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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. 18 www.HometownNewsBrevard.com en-USFriday, Nov. 16, 2018 MELBOURNEWEST MELBOURNE en-US @HometownNewsBrevard @hometownnewsbrevard @HometownNewsBre en-USINDEX Adoptable 16 Classified 18 Crossword en-US17 Horoscopes en-US11 Obituaries 17 Out & About 11 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6en-USOliver loves to meet en-US new people, go on long en-US walks and go to bed en-US early en-USPEOPLE PLEASER en-USCATCH AND RELEASEen-USArie caught an over slot en-US en-US releasing it after snapen-US-en-US ping a picture with it PET OF THE WEEK 18 CATCH OF THE WEEK 16 TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES 17 en-USTHIS IS HOWIE DO ITen-USBackstreet Boy Howie en-US Dorough takes a peek en-US at what's new while en-US sailing away on a cruise Call or visit local office for a quote 4100 W Wickham Rd # 101 Melbourne, FL 32935 Phone: (321) 253-9100 EXPECT SOMETHING MORETM INSURANCE PROTECTION WHEN YOU NEED IT. CASH BACK WHEN YOU DONT.Insure your auto through AAA and earn cash back for each policy term that you are claim free. Contact us for details about our CLAIM-FREE REWARDS.Optional feature that is available for additional cost. Coverage, discounts and savings are subject to eligibility requirements, terms and conditions. Insurance underwritten by one of the following companies: Auto Club Insurance Association, MemberSelect Insurance Company, Auto Club Group Insurance Company, Auto Club Property Casualty Insurance Company, Auto Club South Insurance Company, Auto Club Insurance Company of Florida or non-affiliated insurance companies. the Auto Club Group. All rights reserved. 18-IA-2202D FL LC 9/18 (321) 265-3459 | www.HippoRoof.com Lic.#CCC1329209 en-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-USThings to do at the en-US Suntree/Viera Library:en-US Fridays: en-US Quiltingen-US Seaside Piecemakers from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. the second en-USand fourth Fridays of the en-US month. en-US Monday: en-US Library en-US Evening Book Club from en-US 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. the en-US second Monday of the en-US month.en-US Tuesday: en-US Story time at en-US 10 and 11 a.m. (for age 2 en-US years and older with an en-US adult).en-US Non-Fiction Book Club from 3 to 5 p.m. th e fourth en-USTuesdays of the month.en-US Friends of the Suntree/en-US Viera Library meet at 3 en-US p.m. every third Tuesday in en-US the conference room.en-US Wednesday: en-US Library en-US Book Discussion Group en-US from 10 to 11:30 a.m. the en-US MELBOURNE Its easy to take en-US most things in life for granted. Whethen-US-en-US er its sight, sound or walking on two en-US legs, one day it can be taken away and en-US be sorely missed.en-US Krystal Gambrel was an athletic en-US 15-year-old high school student, doing en-US cartwheels and playing outside when en-US one night she experienced bad chest en-US pains. A trip to the emergency room en-US revealed more than just a heart muren-US -en-US mur, and more tests showed that what en-US Ms. Gambrel had was hypertrophic en-US subaortic stenosis.en-US Now 31 years old, Ms. Gambrel has en-US spent the last 16 years going to and en-US from her Melbourne home to Orlando en-US for doctors appointments at the Florien-US -en-US da Hospital. She depends on her fianen-US -en-US c, Jason, to drive her to appointments, en-US as she can no longer do that herself.en-US Its a lot for anyone to go through, en-US but being 15 and going through high en-US school and other things, it was a lot to en-US take in, Ms. Gambrel said.en-US Once her sister graduated high en-US school in that same year, Ms. Gambrel en-US dropped out of high school and began en-US taking adult education classes, but her en-US condition often kept her home and she en-US eventually stopped that, too.en-USResident en-US in critical en-US need of en-US heart en-US transplant Alex Schierholtz/Staff photographer en-USRay Shockley, of Melbourne and veteran of the Marine Corps, watches the en-US Melbourne Veterans Day Parade go by on Nov. 10, in Downtown Melbourne.en-USBREVARD COUNTY Another election en-US day has come and gone, and Brevard County en-US still remains red despite democratic efforts to en-US change the tide.en-US The hotly contested races for Floridas goveren-US -en-US norship, its commissioner of agriculture and en-US Democrat Bill Nelsons decades-old senate seat en-US are grabbing national headlines amid lawsuits en-US from both Sen. Nelson and Floridas sitting Gov. en-US Rick Scott, whos already claimed victory over en-US the sitting senator and accused him and certain en-US South Florida elections supervisors of fraud. en-US Sen. Nelson began the sparring contest the en-US day after the election, accusing Gov. Scott of preen-US -en-US maturely declaring victory with less than a 5 en-US percent lead and demanding a recount. Irreen-US -en-US gardless of the senators demands, Florida law en-US requires a recount when the margin is less than 5 en-US percent. As of Sunday Nov. 11, Gov. Scotts lead en-US over Sen. Nelson had shrunk to less than 15,000 en-US By Brittany Mulliganen-US en-US and Donald Rodrigueen-USBMulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-USGeneral Election ends up en-US in recount in major racesen-USState senator, Governor and agriculture Commissioner all up to recounten-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USBMulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB ELECTIONen-GB page 4en-USVeterans roll callen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB HEARTen-GB page 8 en-USNEXT LAUNCHen-USDec. 4, 1:38 p.m. EDT: A en-US SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will en-US launch the 18th Dragon spaceen-US -en-US craft mission to deliver cargo en-US to the International Space en-US Station. en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 3

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2 INTEGRITY MEDICAL HEARING 306 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne, FL 32901 (321) 327-5922 Come in for your: FREE Hearing Evaluation FREE Earwax Exam FREE 30-Day TrialRobert Lawless H.A.S., Michael Lawless H.A.S., Colton Lawless P.E.T. Let our Family help your family Expires 11/21/18 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S We Work With Most Insurance Companies! COME IN FOR YOUR FREE HEARING EVALUATION Celebrate Thanksgiving by Hearing Ones. Cannot be combined with any other oer. Limit one per customer. 3 DAYS Thanksgiving Day Turkey.Must present a 40db hearing loss and bring loved one for Familiar Voice Recognition. One gift card per person. 11/19, 11/20, & 11/21/2018

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3 en-USfourth Wednesday of the month.en-US Knitting Sit & Stitch from 1 to 3 p.m. en-US the first and third Wednesdays of the en-US month.en-US Group Art Talk from 1 to 3 p.m. the en-US first Wednesdays of the month.en-US Story time at 4:30 p.m. (for age 2 years en-US and older with an adult).en-US Thursday: Story time at 10 and 11 a.m. en-US(for age 2 years and older with an adult).en-US Neighbors Book Club from 2 to 4 p.m. en-US the third Thursday of the month.en-US All events take place in the Suntree, en-US Viera Public Library, 902 Jordan Blass en-US Drive, Melbourne. For more information, en-US call 321-255-4404.en-US Things to do at the Port St. John en-US Library:en-US en-US Fridays:en-US Yarn Club, 2 to 4 p.m. (All ages en-US and abilities welcome)en-US Mondays:en-US Yarning for a Cause, 10 a.m. en-US to 1 p.m.; Master Gardener, 2 to 4 p.m. en-US (bring problem plant sample)en-US Tuesdays:en-US Senior Games, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (bring your favorite game and lunch en-USor a snack); SHINE Serving Health en-US Insurance Needs of Elders, noon to 3 p.m. en-US (1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, call 321-222-7981 en-US for an appointment)en-US Wednesdays: en-US Life Skills Training, 4 to 5 p.m. en-USThursdays:en-US STIR Story Time for en-US Independent Readers, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. en-US (pre-registration is required)en-US Saturdays:en-US Overeaters Anonymous, 9:30 en-US to 10:30 a.m. For more information, call en-US 321-633-1867.en-US Enjoy a Knight out:en-US The Knights of en-US Columbus Council 7408, at 6725 Babcock en-US St., Malabar, has a few events for the en-US family.en-US Mondays:en-US Enjoy Bingo. Doors open at 5 p.m. and Bingo goes from 6 to 10 p.m. en-USFood is sold from 5 to 7 p.m.en-US Fridays:en-US Enjoy dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. en-US Menu includes fish, hamburgers, fish en-US sandwiches, soup, salad and desserts.en-US Dinner and dancing:en-US Elks Lodge No. 1744 welcomes Elks and guests to en-UStheir lodge, 211 S. Nieman Ave., en-US Melbourne, for Dinner and Dance Night en-US on Fridays. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and dancing starts at 6:30 p.m. with en-USlive music. For more information about en-US room rentals or scheduled activities, call 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 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 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! BREVARD COUNTY On Nov. 6, en-USresidents showed up to the polls and en-US voted in favor or against amendments and en-US revisions affecting local and nationwide en-US change.en-US The results are as follows:en-US For Amendment 1 Increase Homeen-US -en-US stead Property Tax Exemption: 161,512 en-US voted yes and 113,036 voted no.en-US For Amendment 2 Limits on Properen-US -en-US ty Tax Assessments: 184,783 voted yes en-US and 87,356 voted no.en-US For Amendment 3 Voter Control of en-US Gambling in Florida: 190,626 voted yes en-US and 86,931 voted no.en-US For Amendment 4 Voting Restoration en-US Amendment: 169,813 voted yes and en-US 107,153 voted no.en-US For Amendment 5 Supermajority en-US Vote Required to Impose, Authorize, or en-US Raise Taxes of Fees: 184,210 voted yes en-US and 88,537 voted no.en-US For Revision Amendment 6 Rights of en-US Crime Victims, Judges: 166,576 voted en-US yes and 107,112 voted no.en-US For Revision Amendment 7 First en-US Responder and Military Member Survien-US -en-US vor Benefits; Public Colleges and Univeren-US -en-US sities: 170,558 voted yes and 101,828 en-US voted no.en-US For Revision Amendment 9 Prohibits en-US Offshore Oil Drilling and Gas Drilling; en-US Prohibits Vaping in Enclosed Indoor en-US Workplaces: 185,194 voted yes and en-US 88,676 voted no.en-US For Revision Amendment 10 State en-US and Local Government Structure and en-US Operation: 174,159 voted yes and en-US 93,383 voted no.en-US For Revision Amendment 11 Properen-US -en-US ty Rights; Removal of Obsolete Provision; en-US Criminal Statutes: 157,000 voted yes en-US and 103,270 voted no.en-US For Revision Amendment 12 Lobbyen-US -en-US ing and Abuse of Office by Public Offien-US-en-US cers: 212,747 voted yes and 58,318 voted en-US no.en-US For Revision Amendment 13 Ends en-US Dog Racing: 197,544 voted yes and en-US 78,399 voted no.en-US For Cocoa Beach Building Height en-US Charter Amendment 1: 3,788 voted yes en-US and 3,297 voted no.en-US For Cocoa Beach Cleanup Charter en-US Amendment 2: 5,952 voted yes and en-US 1,012 voted no.en-US For Malabar MSTU Participation Refen-US-en-US erendum 1: 1,416 voted yes and 201 en-US voted no.en-US For Melbourne Police Headquarters en-US Referendum: 18,065 voted yesfor en-US bonds and 14,523 voted no against en-US bonds.en-US For Palm Bay Economic Development en-US Referendum 1: 29,765 voted yes and en-US 13,920 voted no.en-US For Palm Bay Bonds for Road Improveen-US -en-US ment Referendum 2: 29,203 voted yesen-US for bonds and 14,771 voted noagainst en-US bonds.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.voteen-US -en-US brevard.comen-US .en-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 1en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB CALENDARen-GB, page 10en-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-USElection results for the 2018 amendments

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4 rfrfntbtbbbb To care for and nurture the human spirit one resident at a time. rfntbrfr frbrntb rbStimulating all senses, calming, reminiscence and bonding experiences between resident and caregiverLocally owned and currently under construction in the Suntree, Melbourne arearfrft rfnr rf rtbffte oce is located inside Suntree Internal Medicine atbfbbfbbbfbbb votes out of more than eight million cast, a en-USmargin of only 0.15 percent. en-US Floridas 67 counties will have until en-US Thursday, Nov. 15 to submit their machine en-US recounts, and if the margin remains the en-US same in the senate race, it would also trigen-US -en-US ger a hand recount. The states supervisors en-US of elections would then have three days to en-US personally inspect ballots with overvotes en-US or undervotes. The more complicated sceen-US -en-US nario is not expected for the governors en-US race where Republican Ron DeSantis en-US 0.41-percent lead over Tallahassee Mayor en-US Andrew would not meet the 0.25 percent en-US threshold for a manual recount.en-US As far as Floridas race for commissioner en-US of agriculture, Fort Lauderdale attorney en-US and Democratic candidate Nicole Nikki en-US Fried led Republican challenger Rep. Matt en-US Caldwell by a mere 2,914 votes as of 8:20 en-US p.m. Nov. 8 for the seat of outgoing Agrien-US -en-US culture Commissioner Adam Putnam. en-US That minute difference has also triggered en-US a mandatory machine recount. en-US The results are as follows:en-US For Representative in Congress, District en-US 8, Bill Posey (Rep) won with 167,546 votes en-US against Sanjay Patel (Dem), who had en-US 112,836 votes.en-US For Governor and Lieutenant Governor, en-US Ron DeSantis (Rep) won with 162,106 en-US votes against Andrew Gillum (Dem), who en-US had 114,767 votes.en-US For Attorney General, Ashley Moody en-US (Rep) won with 168,278 votes against Sean en-US Shaw (Dem), who had 104,945 votes.en-US For Chief Financial Officer, Jimmy en-US Patronis (Rep) won with 164,993 votes en-US against Jeremy Ring (Dem), who had en-US 110,493 votes.en-US For Commissioner of Agriculture, Matt en-US Caldwell (Rep) won with 158,915 votes en-US against Nicole Nikki Fried (Dem), who en-US had 117,035 votes.en-US For State Senator, Dist. 4, Tommy A. en-US Wright (Rep) won with 58,844 votes en-US against Melissa Mel Martin (Dem), who en-US had 41,517 votes.en-US For State Representative, Dist. 50, Rene en-US Coach P Plasencia (Rep) won with en-US 20,851 votes against Pam Dirschka (Dem), en-US who had 11,379 votes.en-US For State Representative, Dist. 51, Tyler en-US Sirois (Rep) won with 44,674 votes against en-US Mike Blake (Dem), who had 32,682 votes.en-US For State Representative, Dist. 52, Thad en-US Altman (Rep) won with 57,840 votes en-US against Seeta Durjan Begui (Dem), who en-US had 32,912 votes.en-US For State Representative, Dist. 53, en-US Randy Fine (Rep) won with 42,143 votes en-US against Phil Moore (Dem), who had en-US 34,358 votes.en-US For Board of County Commissioners, en-US Dist. 2, Bryan A. Lober (Rep) won with en-US 31,248 votes against Victoria J. Mitchner en-US (Dem), who had 23,480 votes.en-US For Board of County Commissioners, en-US Dist. 4, Curt Smith (Rep) won with 40,115 en-US votes against Matthew Fleming (Dem), en-US who had 24,708 votes.en-US For Canaveral Port Authority, Dist. 5, en-US Robyn Hattaway (Rep) won with 72,472 en-US votes against Maurice J. Boudreau (Dem), en-US who had 42,130 votes.en-US For School Board Member, Dist. 2, en-US Cheryl McDougall won with 25,582 votes en-US against Charles Parker, who had 23,690 en-US votes.en-US For School Board Member, Dist. 5, en-US Katye Campbell won with 26,064 votes en-US against Kelly Damerow, who had 19,652 en-US votes.en-US For city of Cape Canaveral Mayor, Roben-US -en-US ert E. Hoog won with 2,134 votes against en-US Buzz Petsos, who had 1,903 votes, and en-US Byron Greene, who had 677 votes.en-US For city of Cocoa Mayor, Jake Williams en-US Jr. won with 2,468 votes against Clarence en-US Whipple Jr., who had 2,108 votes, and en-US Larry W. Sinclair, who had 1,949 votes.en-US For city of Cocoa City Council, Dist. 1, en-US James Alex Goins won with 887 votes en-US against Laura J. Houston, who had 539 en-US votes.en-US For city of Cocoa City Council, Dist. 4, en-US Lorraine Koss won with 1,036 votes en-US against Jeri Blanco, who had 558 votes.en-US For city of Cocoa Beach Commission, en-US Seat 4, Skip Williams won with 3,659 votes en-US against Tim Tumulty, who had 3,153 en-US votes.en-US For city of Cocoa Beach Commission, en-US Seat 5, Mike Miller won with 4,023 votes en-US against Loi McKinley, who had 2,466 en-US votes.en-US For town of Malabar Town Council, en-US Dist. 2, Brian Vail won with 184 votes en-US against Laura Mahoney, who had 137.en-US For town of Malabar Town Council, en-US Dist. 3, Steve Rivet won with 197 votes en-US against Derek Ports, who had 131 votes.en-US For city of Melbourne City Council, en-US Dist. 2, Mark LaRusso won with 15,530 en-US votes against Betty More, who had 14,829 en-US votes.en-US For city of Melbourne City Council, en-US Dist. 4, Debbie Thomas won with 19,314 en-US votes against Andrea Fant, who had 10,971 en-US votes.en-US For city of Melbourne City Council, en-US Dist. 6, Julie Sanders won with 16,237 en-US votes against Teresa Lopez, who had en-US 13,449 votes.en-US For town of Melbourne Beach Commisen-US-en-US sioner (3 year) (vote 2), Sherrie Quarrie en-US and Steve Walters won against Joyce D. en-US Barton and Olyne Elizabeth Libby en-US Brown-Broc.en-US For town of Melbourne Beach Commis en-US-en-US sioner, Corey Runte won with 1,177 votes en-US against Katherine Wilborn, who had 618 en-US votes.en-US For town of Melbourne Village Mayor, en-US Heidi A. Salmon won with 266 votes en-US against Rand Carroll, who had 195 votes.en-US For city of Palm Bay City Council, Seat en-US 4, Kenny Johnson won with 24,454 votes en-US against Thomas L. Gaume Jr., who had en-US 17,439 votes.en-US For city of Palm Bay City Council, Seat en-US 5, Jeff Bailey won with 22,636 votes against en-US Aaron Parr, who had 17,966 votes.en-US For city of Titusville City Council, Seat en-US 5, Jo Lynn Nelson won with 11,242 votes en-US against Steven G. Heisler, who had 7,219 en-US votes.en-US For city of West Melbourne City Counen-US-en-US cil (vote for 3), Andrea Young, John Ditten-US -en-US more and Daniel Batcheldor won against en-US Tracy Hudson-Frantzis and Bill Mettrick.en-US For Sebastian Inlet, Dist. 5, Lisa Leger en-US Frazier won with 59,178 votes against en-US David A. Pasley, who had 34,235 votes, en-US and Adam Byrn Tritt, who had 23,516 en-US votes.en-US For Soil and Water Conservation, en-US Group 2, James E. Sloan won with 115,183 en-US votes against George Allen Cowart, who en-US had 108,598 votes.en-US For Soil and Water Conservation, en-GBElectionen-USFrom page 1en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB ELECTIONen-GB page 11

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5 en-USMelbourne Police Departmenten-US Phillip Rivera, 23, of Orlando, was arrested en-US Nov. 1 and charged with possession of marijuaen-US -en-US na under 20 grams, possession of drug paraen-US -en-US phernalia, use/possession/manufacture of paren-US-en-US aphernalia to transport drugs, and violation of en-US drivers license restrictions. en-US Laron Debose, 29, of Melbourne, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 3 and charged with trafficking a conen-US-en-US trolled substance up to 4 grams and less than en-US 30 kilograms, false ID given to law enforcement en-US officer, fraudulent use of credit card to obtain en-US money/goods/services, grand theft larceny en-US over $300 and less than $5,000, possession of en-US marijuana under 20 grams, resisting officer en-US without violence, and use/possession of ID of en-US another person without consent. en-US Michal Fiedler, 43, of Palm Bay, was arrested en-US Nov. 3 and charged with burglary of an unoccuen-US-en-US pied dwelling unarmed, criminal mischief over en-US $200 and less than $1,000, and resisting officer en-US without violence. en-US Damion Marquis, 37, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with felony battery en-US (2en-US nden-US or subsequent offense).en-US Billy McAdams, 24, of Melbourne, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 3 and charged with aggravated en-US stalking, and violation of injunction protection en-US as domestic violence. en-US Joseph Pace, 50, of Melbourne, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 3 and charged with felony battery by en-US strangulation. en-US Michael Tolivert, 20, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with possession en-US of cocaine with intent to sell/manufacture/deliven-US -en-US er, possession of cocaine, possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, and resisting officer without en-US violence. en-US Robert Figueroa, 23, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 4 and charged with grand theft of en-US a motor vehicle, grand theft larceny over $300 en-US and less than $5,000, and petty theft 2en-US nden-US en-US degree larceny (1en-US sten-US offense). en-US Robert Lopez, 47, of Melbourne, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 4 and charged with possession of a en-US controlled substance. en-US Selvin Morales, 40, of Melbourne, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 4 and charged with aggravated battery en-US as domestic violence. en-US Cayleigh Cavanaugh, 19, of Palm Bay, was en-US arrested Nov. 5 and charged with leaving a en-US scene of a crash involving bodily injury. en-US Andrea Costantini, 50, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 5 and charged with battery on a en-US law enforcement officer/firefighter/EMT, resisten-US -en-US ing officer with violence as aggravated assault, en-US and resisting officer without violence. en-US Rena Walker, 38, of Palm Bay, was arrested en-US Nov. 5 and charged with possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, possession of heroin, and en-US possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Steven Chinn, 26, of Melbourne, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 6 and charged with aggravated assault en-US as domestic violence, battery by strangulation en-US as domestic violence, battery as domestic vioen-US-en-US lence, and false imprisonment as domestic vioen-US-en-US lence. en-US Dontavis Dotson, 30, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 7 and charged with aggravated en-US battery on a pregnant woman as domestic vioen-US -en-US lence. en-US Kevin Mixon, 36, of Cocoa, was arrested en-US Nov. 7 and charged with leaving the scene of en-US crash involving injury other than serious bodily en-US injury, driving under the influence, driving while en-US license suspended with knowledge (2en-US nden-US en-US offense), leaving scene of crash with property en-US damage, refusal to submit to DUI test after en-US license suspended, and resisting officer without en-US violence. en-US Donald Porter, 47, of Cocoa Beach, was en-US arrested Nov. 7 and charged with aggravated en-US battery with a deadly weapon. en-US West Melbourne Police Departmenten-US Mathew Rindge, 34, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with possession en-US of a controlled substance, possession of a legen-US-en-US end drug without prescription, and possession en-US of drug paraphernaliaen-US Tia Shreve, 41, of West Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with possession en-US of a controlled substance, possession of a legen-US-en-US end drug without prescription, and possession en-US of drug paraphernalia. en-US Rashard Frye, 22, of Miami, was arrested en-US Nov. 4 and charged with possession of forged en-US notes/bills/checks or drafts, and utterance of en-US forged bill/check/draft or note. en-US Catravis Hudson, 22, of Miami, was arrested en-US Nov. 4 and charged with utterance of forged en-US bill/check/draft or note. en-US Jose Rendon, 42, of Palm Bay, was arrested en-US Nov. 4 and charged with battery by strangulaen-US -en-US tion. en-US Allen Russell, 34, of West Melbourne, was en-USarrested Nov. 4 and charged with utterance of en-US forged bill/check/draft or note. en-US Travis Allen, 32, of Indialantic, was arrested en-US Nov. 7 and charged with possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, possession of methampheten-US -en-US amine with intent to sell/manufacture/deliver, en-US trafficking of methamphetamine 14 grams or en-US over, and possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams. en-US Coral Neel, 26, of Indialantic, was arrested en-US Nov. 7 and charged with possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, defrauding an innkeeper less en-US than $300, possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams, possession of methamphetamine with en-US intent to sell/manufacture/deliver, trafficking en-US methamphetamine 14 grams or over, and posen-US-en-US session of drug paraphernalia. en-US Brevard County Sheriffs Officeen-US Andrew Capley, 20, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 1 and charged with possession en-US of marijuana over 20 grams, possession of en-US marijuana with intent to sell/manufacture/deliven-US -en-US er, possession of drug paraphernalia, and posen-US-en-US session of a controlled substance. en-US Christopher Downs, 32, of Merritt Island, was en-US arrested Nov. 1 and charged with possession en-US of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, en-US and trespassing on school grounds. en-US Zachary Kelly, 31, of Rockledge, was arresten-US-en-US ed Nov. 1 and charged with driving while en-US license suspended with knowledge (3en-US rden-US or suben-US-en-US sequent offense), possession of marijuana en-US under 20 grams, and possession of drug paraen-US -en-US phernalia. en-US Malik Mingo, 21, of Merritt Island, was arresten-US -en-US ed Nov. 1 and charged with aggravated assault en-US as domestic violence, aggravated battery as en-US domestic violence, burglary with assault or baten-US-en-US tery, and criminal mischief over $200 and less en-US than $1,000 (subsequent offense). en-US Ami Obrien, 38, of Cocoa, was arrested Nov. en-US 1 and charged with child abuse without great en-USPolice Reporten-USEditors note: en-US This is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law. For complete daily arrest lists en-US from the Brevard County Sheriff's Office, go en-US to en-US http://bit.ly/HometownArrestsToday. See en-GB en-GB CRIMEen-GB page 12

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en-USFIT radio, something foren-US everyoneen-USJust wanted to say how lucky we are in en-US this area to have Florida Institute of Techen-US -en-US nologys radio station. If you havent en-US tuned in, try it. It has a genre for everyen-US -en-US one. I even stream it when not in the area. en-US Thank you to FIT and to all of the harden-US -en-US working volunteer DJs who make it hapen-US -en-US pen! en-USSpectrum service worseningen-USWe totally agree with the last week rant en-US in regard to Spectrum. Were sick of it, but en-US what can we do? So many things go wrong en-US and there are at least three or four Specen-US -en-US trum trucks on our street daily. The cost en-US of the lousy service is horrible. We started en-US out with the company at $145 and we now en-US pay $182.47. Nothing has improved. In en-US fact, things keep getting worse. What is en-US the Please Wait thing that appears on en-US the TV screen at least four or five times a en-US week? Why does it always seem to interen-US -en-US rupt when its the good part of the show? en-US What can we do? Can we petition someen-US -en-US one to get rid of them? But who? Please, en-US somebody, come up with an idea.en-USDerelict vessels an eyesore en-US en-USHere we go again. The county finally en-US got rid of all the derelict vessels along our en-US shores and already I see another new one en-US aground on the west shore of the Banana en-US River behind Island Restaurant, south of en-US Island Lincoln Mercury in Merritt Island. en-US The owner needs to be responsible for en-US removal. I dont want to hear that they en-US dont know who it belongs to. All vessels en-US have a hull identification number. A little en-US research will find out who owns it. Anothen-US -en-US er excuse is I sold it and dont know who en-US now owns it. You own it unless you can en-US legally prove it was sold and to who. This en-US is a disgraceful sight. en-USRed light creates jamen-USI would like to know who did the traffic en-US study to determine a red light was needed en-US at the intersection of Palm Bay Road and en-US Riviera/Dunlap Drive. en-US All you did was create a traffic jam on en-US Palm Bay Road.en-USWhere is roadway improvement?en-USPalm Bay now has been able to issue a en-US $150,000 bond which is to be paid for by en-US the property owners of this city for supen-US -en-US posed Road & Infrastructure improveen-US-en-US ments. en-US Having lived in Port Malabar in 1969 en-US on Cable Lane, I cannot remember a time en-US that Port Malabar Boulevard, from U.S. 1 en-US to Palm Bay Road, has ever been comen-US -en-US pletely repaved. I could be mistaken, howen-US -en-US ever, I have not been able to find any clear en-US evidence that the project ever was done. en-US As for the city councils Aug. 2 discusen-US -en-US sion concerning rezoning Babcock and en-US Eldron streets, Babcock Street, south of en-US Malabar Road, has never been repaved. It en-US is unthinkable to increase growth along en-US these roads and yet have been allowed to en-US deteriorate to where they are nearly en-US impassable by vehicles now, especially en-US motorcycles, as it is extremely dangerous.en-US What has happened to all the money en-US collected from the taxpayers of the city of en-US Palm Bay to maintain our streets and en-US infrastructure to this point? en-US One would have to perform an audit on en-US their own in order to get the correct inforen-US -en-US mation as the city has been very unhelpen-US -en-US ful. en-US Regardless, refer to the article that the en-US new tax for Palm Bays $150,000 bond en-US could show up as early on the November, en-US 2019 tax bills as reported in the daily en-US paper on Nov. 7.en-US This whole bond issue seems to have a en-US rancid stench about it. Should the resien-US-en-US dents of Palm Bay be surprised?en-USFelons and votingen-USFor anyone disappointed about the en-US amendment for the restoration voting en-US rights of felons, here are a couple of things en-US you should think about.en-US Number one, if they quit paying taxes, en-US depending on the amount, theyll be a en-US felon again. Also, they should be out of en-US trouble for a minimum amount of time en-US after they have done their time, paid their en-US restitution or whatever.en-US A person who commits a felony, espeen-US-en-US cially a violent one, is not the best of our en-US citizens. They lose the right to have fireen-US -en-US arms, to vote and other things. I am all for en-US second chances, but people have to try en-US hard to stay out of trouble.en-USNo vote, no taxesen-USReading about the fourth amendment en-US on the ballot brought to mind one of the en-US principles of our founding fathers.en-US Taxation without representation is tyren-US -en-US anny. If you are a U.S. citizen and denied en-US your right to vote for whatever reason en-US (age, criminal background, etc.), you en-US should also lose your obligation to pay en-UStaxes.en-USCooler roads prevailen-USWhy is it some of the roads are paved en-US with a light colored asphalt mix and othen-US -en-US ers are getting blacktopped?en-US Dont the roads get hot enough around en-US here? Is it that much cheaper to pave the en-US road with blacktop? We pay plenty in en-US taxes. Any little thing to cool things off en-US here helps, like shade, lighter colored en-US roadways and select clearing of shade en-US trees during construction. What are these en-US builders thinking of, other than profit? Its en-US time people started to wake up and speak en-US up. It is later than you think, folks say en-US something. Do something. Before its all en-US blacktopped. 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 ............. 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Editorial AssistantPhone (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, NOV. 16, 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 Alex Schierholtz/Staff photographeren-USEau Gallie High School wide receiver No. 5 Jarrad Baker Jr., senior, en-US directs traffic during the Eau Gallie High School at Heritage High en-US School playoff football game on Nov. 9. The Commodores lost en-US with a score of 38-17.en-USRight of way

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8 321-394-9340 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 Krystal Gambrel, en-USpictured with her en-US dog Rambo, is in en-US need of a heart en-US transplant, which en-US can cost up to $1 en-US million. An online en-US fundraising camen-US-en-US paign has been set en-US up to help off-set the en-US costs.en-USPhoto courtesy of Krystal en-US Gambrelen-US I was just having too many issues with en-US my heart, Ms. Gambrel said. Im not able en-US to do anything. I stay at home with my en-US puppies, watching movies or playing en-US video games or doing photography.en-US Ms. Gambrel is supported by her fianc en-US and two Chihuahuas that she lives with, as en-US well as her family members who keep in en-US touch.en-US In the past 16 years, Ms. Gambrel has en-US undergone three open-heart surgeries, en-US had two defibrillators put in, and currenten-US -en-US ly has a mechanical mitral valve.en-US Now, her doctors say she needs a heart en-US transplant and Ms. Gambrel said she is en-US hopeful to receive one sometime next en-US year.en-US According to Ms. Gambrels donation en-US page, the cost of an average heart transen-US-en-US plant begins at $1M. While Medicare will en-US cover up to 80 percent of the transplant, en-US Ms. Gambrels secondary insurance will en-US cover the remaining 20 percent.en-US A donation page has been set up to help en-US cover follow-up care and anti-rejection en-US medication, which shell need for the rest en-US of her life.en-US At the time of publication, only $1,210 en-US has been covered from her $20,000 goal.en-US I was very athletic, Ms. Gambrel said. en-US I used to run track and play basketball. I en-US was always outside, always running en-US around. It was very depressing to be told I en-US couldnt do that anymore.en-US She continued, Im hoping with a en-US transplant I can do everything to go outen-US -en-US side, spend time with my family, go on en-US adventures; actually being able to live life en-US instead of just sitting and watching it go en-US by.en-US Ms. Gambrel is currently working on en-US creating fundraising events, which will be en-US shared on her Facebook page.en-US For more information, or to donate, en-US visit en-US http://give.transplants.org/site/TR?pxen-US-en-US =1034921&fr_id=1040&pg=personalen-US.en-GBHearten-USFrom page 1

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10 QUALITY COMPUTER REPAIR AT AFFORDABLE PRICESWe make house calls and office calls... ...We come to youSpaceCoastTech.Co@gmail.com 772-783-8230 | Space-Coast-Tech.com Mention this ad for $ 10 OFF of Repairs Location: We come to you. Owner: Rex Petrechko Phone: (772) 783-8230 Website: www.space-coast-tech.com Hours of Operation: Sunday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. What separates your business from its competition in the county? I specialize in board-level component repair, which means that in some instances I can repair the components of a machine instead of being constrained to only replacing parts. This saves my customers time and money. Customer service is the core of my business, and our key business model is to ensure that each of our customers receive a high-quality repair at a fair price. For the convenience of my customers, I work around their schedules and will come to your home or business, even repairing some issues remotely. Why did you open your business? I opened the business because I have worked for many computer repair shops over the years, and I simply felt that I could do it better. In todays world, computers have become our personal assistants and its very important that customers have a technician on their side that they can trust to deliver the highest quality repair. I take pride in my work and in each repair. I wanted to have my own business that operates under high-quality standards that I have created for myself. What are your top-selling items/services? Apple products such as MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs and iMac, etc. For those who have not done business with you, why should they? I have the dedication to take time on each repair to diagnose the underlying issue and fully discuss repair plans with my customers before any work is done. Each of my customers are important to me and I am constantly researching new technology issues and trends so that I am knowledgeable and prepared. My customers are a valuable resource to me, so I make sure that I am a valuable resource to them.Space Coast Tech offers quality service Artist receives award of national scale en-USBREVARD COUNTY The Space en-US Coast was recently represented in an art en-US show of national scale when local artist en-US Grace Leal, who resides in Cocoa, was en-US selected to receive an award for her collage en-US Adhesions.en-US The piece a grouping of nine 9 x 9 inch en-US works on paper was one of 11 that won en-US the National Collage Societys 2018 Juried en-US Show, which garnered 221 entries from 41 en-US states and five countries.en-US While notification of the award came in en-US October, the piece became available in an en-US online exhibit at www.nationalcollage.en-US com/2018 Nov. 1 and will remain there en-US until Oct. 1, 2019.en-US Mrs. Leal, whose completed pieces en-US include paintings, collages, monotypes, en-US sculptures and mixed-media installations, en-US works in several media because the conen-US -en-US tent in her work needs to be expressed in en-US different ways, at different times, her weben-US -en-US site notes.en-US Adhesions, partially developed with a en-US technique involving cleaning products, en-US was created during a poignant physical en-US experience that carried over into the artists en-US work.en-US Around the time I was making Adheen-US -en-US sions I was dealing with a surgical proceen-US -en-US dure, and the word kept coming up during en-US my doctors visits, Mrs. Leal said. I imagen-US -en-US ined the real, physical adhesions to look en-US like the ones I drew, making the real ones, en-US perhaps, a little less threatening.en-US This work was the result of a fun day of en-US playing with my goodfriend Nancy Seib, en-US also an artist, Mrs. Leal added. We had en-US heard of a cleaning product called [Citra en-US Solv] that when applied to pages of old en-US National Geographics would dissolve the en-US ink on the page and create interesting en-US abstract textures.en-US Months later, looking for an idea to en-US make a work to apply to the National Colen-US -en-US lage Society Juried Show, I resurrected en-US these papers, Mrs. Leal continued. I tore en-US them and combined them into organic en-US shapes and added drawings with acrylics, en-US pencils and inks.en-US Born in Havana, Cuba, Mrs. Leal has en-US lived in Brevard County for more than 30 en-US years and has exhibited her work throughen-US -en-US out the state, country and the world.en-US This global influence has had an impact en-US on the artists work; yet, she acknowledges en-US the role Florida has played in her life and en-US her career.en-US Every time you travel somewhere you en-US realize how different, and yet how similar en-US we all are, Mrs. Leal said. You assimilate en-US the tastes, the smells, the light, the colors en-US and the shapes, the cadences of different en-US languages, and you internalize it all, someen-US -en-US times without even realizing it. All these en-US experiences influence your life and your en-US art.en-US There are many opportunities to exhiben-US -en-US it all over the U.S. but when I exhibit in en-US Florida and go to en-US openings here, I en-US always find old en-US friends and feel at en-US home, Mrs. Leal en-US added.en-US The National en-US Collage Society en-US 2018 Juried Show en-US Award is one of en-US many awards Mrs. en-US Leal has received en-US in the past.en-US Along with en-US being a Signature en-US Member of the en-US National Collage en-US Society, Mrs. Leal en-US is also a member of en-US the Wednesday en-US Group, a group of en-US professional en-US women artists en-US from Brevard en-US County; Ten en-US Women in Art,a en-US group of profesen-US -en-US sional women arten-US -en-US ists from Central en-US Florida; and the en-US Florida Artists en-US Group,a group of en-US professional artists from all over Florida.en-US Though she is not currently showing any en-US work locally, Mrs. Leal is represented by en-US Magasin in Aspen, Colorado, and will be en-US part of an exhibition with the Wednesday en-US Group at the Fifth Avenue Art Gallery in en-US Melbourne in June.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.graceen-US -en-US leal.com.en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown News Photo courtesy of Grace Leal en-USLocal artist Grace Leal received a National Collage en-US Society 2018 Juried Show Award for her piece en-US Adhesions, which became available in an online en-US exhibit at en-US www.nationalcollage.com/2018 Nov. 1. 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11 Art Show Sat. & Sun. 9am-5pm 150 Juried ArtistsLive Music till 11pmBands Playing Friday 6pm 11pm AND all day Saturday till 11 Sunday till 5 Love Valley ~ Radio Romance ~ Aquanuts ~ Ron Teixeira & Kenny Cohen ~ Clockwork Knotwork Mark Aaron James ~ Katty Shack ~ Delgado ~ Hot PinkSaturday Student Art Competition!Free Hands On Kids Zone Saturday & Sunday Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot Pink A Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our Sponsors Title Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our Sponsors Title Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Music Schedule Friday, Nov. 236:00 Love Valley 9:00 Radio RomanceSaturday, Nov. 2411:00 Aquanuts 1:30 Ron Teixiera & Kerry Cohen 4:00 Clockwork Knotwork 6:30 Mark Aaron James 8:00 Katty ShackSunday, Nov. 2510:00 CBHS Band 11:30 Delgado 2:00 Hot PinkA Special Thank You to Our SponsorsTitle Sponsor 2018 Title Sponsor Expanded thrift store to boost basic needs en-USBREVARD COUNTY Those in search en-US of a great bargain or a unique item may find en-US what theyre looking for at any of the Sharen-US -en-US ing Center of Central Brevards three thrift en-US store locations.en-US But the plan is for the centers recently en-US relocated and expanded Merritt Island thrift en-US store, which has some new features for en-US shoppers, to also give the organization a en-US greater ability to assist people in times of en-US need.en-US The new location, at 95 E. Merritt Ave., in en-US the Home Depot Plaza, opened to the puben-US -en-US lic Oct. 29. en-US At 15,000square feet, the store has more en-US than double the space of its previous locaen-US -en-US tion on State Road 520, which opened six en-US years ago, also with the goal of generating en-US funds for the centers basic needs programs.en-US The previous store had become so full, en-US however, that people often had to walk en-US sideways, David Brubaker, the centers en-US president and CEO.en-US Over that six years, it was very well en-US received, Mr. Brubaker said. We were able en-US to generate funds, but we grew so exponenen-US -en-US tially over time that it was really getting en-US crowded. Maybe a year and a half ago we en-US started the discussion about how we could en-US increase our sales at that location. It came en-US down to needing a bigger space.en-US Also over that time, the center which is en-US marking its 40th anniversary this year en-US observed a decline in available grant money en-US and a decrease in monetary support from en-US and churches and individuals.en-US Yet, the organization needed a way to en-US continue to fund its basic needs programs, en-US which include a food pantry, community en-US kitchen, weekend food packs for children, a en-US cold night shelter, and provision of clothing en-US and household items to local residents who en-US cant afford them. en-US Our mission is as busy as its ever been, en-US Mr. Brubaker said. We continue to serve en-US thousands of people each year who come to en-US our door. Its all about financial stability and en-US being able to exist.en-US So what really what got us going was en-US how we can create this en-US thrift store to generate en-US funds to continue to meet en-US the needs of what weve en-US got here, Mr. Brubaker en-US added.en-US The new store location en-US features a furniture comen-US -en-US ponent and is now open en-US for seven days a week en-US instead of six and for lonen-US -en-US ger hours each day.en-US Were excited to be in en-US that location, Mr. Bruen-US -en-US baker said. Weve worked en-US hard to get there. Its a en-US clean, bright store, and en-US again, it all ties back to en-US raising funds for our basic en-US needs programs.en-US The centers location at en-US 7720 N. Wickham Road opened in July, also en-US as a result of the organizations plan to en-US strengthen its funding sources.en-US The new Merritt Island store location is en-US open Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. en-US and Sunday, noon to 6 p.m.en-US The center will send a truck and volunen-US -en-US teers to pick up donations five days a week, en-US Mr. Brubaker noted.en-US For more information, visit en-USwww.sharingen-US -en-US center.org.en-US By Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown News The Sharing en-USCenter of en-US Central en-US Brevard en-US opened its en-US new Merritt en-US Island thrift en-US store to the en-US public Oct. en-US 29.en-USPhoto by Jamie en-US Desena-McFaren-US -en-US land en-USGroup 4, Jonathan Schuman won with en-US 139,093 against John Philip Olivadoti Jr., en-US who had 83,427 votes.en-US For Barefoot Bay Trustee (vote for 3), en-US Randy Loveland, Joseph B. Klosky and en-US Luann E. Henderson won against Frank en-US Cavaliere, Brian Lavier and Hurrol Brinken-US -en-US er.en-US For Heritage Isle Community Developen-US-en-US ment District Supervisor, Group 2, Jon M. en-US Smallegan won with 1,161 votes against en-US Roger Teurfs, who had 570 votes.en-US For Viera East Community Developen-US-en-US ment District Supervisor, Group 1, David en-US Bedwell won with 2,487 votes against Jusen-US-en-US tin Murrell, who had 1,880 votes.en-US For Viera East Community Developen-US-en-US ment District Supervisor, Group 2, W. en-US Paul McCarthy won with 3,258 votes en-US against Ronald M. Rysztogi, who had en-US 1,140 votes.en-US For Supreme Court retain Lawson, en-US 174,104 voted yes and 74,452 voted no.en-US For District Court of Appeal retain en-US Eisnaugle, 154,168 voted yes and 92,551 en-US voted no.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.voteen-US -en-US brevard.comen-US .en-GBElectionen-USFrom page 4

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12 en-US EAU GALLIE A candlelight vigil will en-US be held to commemorate the 30th Annien-US -en-US versary of World AIDS Day on Saturday, en-US Dec. 1. The event will start at 5:30 p.m. at en-US Eau Gallie Square located at Highland Aveen-US -en-US nue and Eau Gallie Boulevard in Melen-US -en-US bourne. en-US The World AIDS Day Committee invites en-US members of the Brevard community to join en-US in a World AIDS Day Candlelight Vigil en-US commemorating those who have lost their en-US lives to HIV/AIDS and providing solidarity en-US and support for those living with HIV.en-US This years theme is Know your Status. en-US The selection of this theme will emphasize en-US that even though significant progress has en-US been made in the HIV/ AIDS response en-US since 1988, it is important to continue with en-US prevention efforts and reach out to people en-US living with HIV who do not know their staen-US-en-US tus so that they can be cared for. In Brevard en-US County, confidential testing is offered at en-US the Department of Health, while free and en-US confidential testing is available from orgaen-US-en-US nizations like Project Response and Unconen-US -en-US ditional Love, Inc.en-US The national percentage of people who en-US may have HIV and not know they have en-US HIV has been reduced nationwide from en-US 25-percent to approximately 14-percent, en-US said Guy Piscione, Education and Outen-US -en-US reach Program Manager for Project Outen-US -en-US reach. This means that more people in the en-US U.S. are aware of their HIV status than a en-US few years ago. en-US The joint United Nations Program on en-US HIV/AIDS estimates that 36.7M people are en-US currently living with HIV/AIDS worldwide en-US with an estimated 1.8M individuals becomen-US -en-US ing newly infected each year. en-US Data for Florida indicates that the state is en-US number one for new HIV infections, numen-US -en-US ber one for people living with HIV and that en-US the city of Orlando ranks sixth among U.S. en-US cites for the highest rate of new HIV diagen-US -en-US noses. en-US Florida Health Charts reported that, as en-US of 2017, 1,666 residents in Brevard County en-US who are diagnosed with HIV/AID. en-US According to Mr. Piscione, one in four en-US new HIV infections occur in ages 13-29. en-US The highest rate is between ages 19-25. en-US Eleven to 12 percent of new HIV transmisen-US-en-US sion are attributable to IV needle sharing en-US behaviors. en-US According to a 2016 FL HIV Surveilen-US -en-US lance Study, published by the Florida en-US Department of Health in 2018, there is an en-US estimated 135,986 people living in FL who en-US are diagnosed at HIV positive, 114,772 en-US were diagnosed without previously knowen-US-en-US ing they were HIV positive. en-US WAD was first observed on Dec. 1, 1988 en-US and has been commemorated annually en-US since as a day to expand and strengthen the en-US global effort to stop the spread of HIV/en-US AIDS. It also provides a worldwide opporen-US -en-US tunity to support people living with HIV, en-US and to remember those who have died en-US from any AIDS-related illnesses.en-US The Florida HIV/AIDS Hotline can be en-US reached at 1-800-FLA-AIDS. For informaen-US -en-US tion of testing and preventative treatment, en-US visit en-US www.projectresponse.org.en-US en-US For more information on the event, conen-US -en-US tact Jo Shim, of the Space Coast World en-US AIDS Day Committee, at (321) 636-4493.en-US Image courtesy of Space Coast World AIDS Day Committeeen-USA vigil for World AIDS day commemorates those who died from the en-US disease. Space Coast to hold vigil on World AIDS Day en-USBy Josh Whiteneren-USFor Hometown Newsen-USbodily harm as simple assault, and battery as en-US domestic violence. en-US Stephen Potter, 57, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 1 and charged with murder withen-US -en-US out premeditation (2en-US nden-US degree). en-US Darius Van Buren Serman, 33, of Orlando, en-US was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with possesen-US -en-US sion of a controlled substance, possession of en-US marijuana under 20 grams, and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia with residue. en-US Lesley Stuart, 59, of Locus Valley, NY, was en-US arrested Nov. 1 and charged with grand theft of en-US a motor vehicle. en-US Sebastian Tenorio-Molina, 23, of Palm Bay, en-US was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with trafficken-US -en-US ing heroin up to 4 grams and less than 30 kiloen-US -en-US grams, possession of a controlled substance, en-US and possession of drug paraphernalia. en-US Kristen Wooten, 29, of New Smyrna Beach, en-US was arrested Nov. 1 and charged with grand en-US theft shoplifting over $300 and less than en-US $5,000, and use of anti-shoplifting control en-US devise countermeasure. en-US Katrina Deoliveira-McGinnis, 29, of Merritt en-US Island, was arrested Nov. 2 and charged with en-US sale of opium or derivative, and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia. en-US Cody Ford, 30, of Cocoa, was arrested Nov. en-US 2 and charged with dealing in stolen property, en-US false ID given to law enforcement officer, en-US obtaining merchandise/money with false en-US receipt, and retail theft over $300 (subsequent en-US offense). en-US Jeffery Hirschkorn, 43, of Rockledge, was en-US arrested Nov. 2 and charged with scheme to en-US defraud less than $20,000 as false pretenses, en-US and use/possession of ID of another without en-US consent. en-US David Holland, 26, of Mims, was arrested en-US Nov. 2 and charged with possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, possession of marijuana en-US under 20 grams, and possession of drug paraen-US -en-US phernalia. en-US Kristin Karichko, 26, of Cocoa, was arrested en-US Nov. 2 and charged with grand theft of a motor en-US vehicle, and possession of marijuana under 20 en-US grams. en-US Dion Khan, 45, of Palm Bay, was arrested en-US Nov. 2 and charged with possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, trafficking methampheten-US -en-US amine 14 grams and over, and possession of en-US drug paraphernalia. en-US Carl Strickland, 32, of Cocoa, was arrested en-US Nov. 2 and charged with possession of cocaine, en-US possession of cocaine with intent to sell/manuen-US -en-US facture/deliver, sale/manufacture/delivery of en-US counterfeit controlled substance, and resisting en-US officer without violence. en-US Brandon Boggess, 36, of Melbourne, was en-GBCrimeen-USFrom page 5 en-GBSeeen-GB en-GB CRIMEen-GB page 15 en-US321-768-1744.en-US Things to do at the Satellite Beach en-US Public Libraryen-US Tuesdays:en-US Gentle Yoga, 4:30 p.m. Bring en-US mat/towel and comfortable clothes. $5 per en-US class. en-US Wednesdays: en-US Children story time, en-US "Mother Goose on the Loose" from 9:30 en-US a.m. 10:30 p.m. Sign up required. Ages 15 en-US mons. to 3rd birthday. en-US Junior Builders Club: 3:30 p.m. for ages 5 en-US and up, challenges building using LEGO en-US toys. en-US Dinner and dancing:en-US Elks Lodge No. 1744 welcomes Elks and guests to en-UStheir lodge, 211 S. Nieman Ave., en-US Melbourne, for Dinner and Dance Night en-US on Fridays. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 7 p.m. and dancing starts at 6:30 p.m. with en-USlive music. For more information about en-US room rentals or scheduled activities, call en-US 321-768-1744.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-GBCalendaren-USFrom page 3

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Nasa Plaza 835 S. Babcock Street Melbourne, FL 32901 321-722-6521 For Reservations GIVEans November 22, 2018 1:00-9:00 pm$19.95 PP INCLUDES DESSERT ROAST TURKEY, STUFFING, MASHED POTATOES, SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE, CORN CASSEROLE, GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE, CORN, ROLLS AND CHOICE OF APPLE OR PUMPKIN PIEALL MADE WITH LOVE FROM OUR SCRATCH KITCHEN 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 Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-GBOuten-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout Interfaith organizations join for en-USUnited in Thanksgivingen-USARIES Mar 21/Apr 20en-USTake a few extra moments to think things en-US through before making any important decien-US-en-US sions, Aries. Knee-jerk reactions are not the en-US way to go at this time. Careful planning is the en-US key.en-USTAURUS Apr 21/May 21en-USTaurus, direct all of your attention toward a en-US certain project. Even as you worry about other en-US things being forgotten, you realize the imporen-US -en-US tance of prioritizing.en-USGEMINI May 22/Jun 21en-USGemini, you are juggling so many things right en-US now, and you may feel like youre being pulled en-US in 100 directions. Slow down and figure out en-US what takes precedence.en-USCANCER Jun 22/Jul 22en-USOthers are eager to hear some of your words of en-US wisdom, Cancer. You usually know just what to en-US say in a given situation. Prepare your thoughts en-US carefully.en-USLEO Jul 23/Aug 23en-USLeo, you may need to brush up on certain skills en-US if you want to sail through a particular task en-US that comes your way late in the week. Get en-US some help if need be.en-USVIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22en-USVirgo, once you set your mind to something, en-US there is nothing you cannot accomplish. Your en-US attention to detail is top notch, but dont let en-US perfection distract you.en-USLIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23en-USLibra, putting family first has always been your en-US priority and that will continue in the weeks en-US ahead. Others notice your efforts and apprecien-US-en-US ate them.en-USSCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22en-USMultitasking can be your undoing, Scorpio. en-US You want to accomplish so much, but you must en-US try to balance your time instead. Clean the en-US clutter from your schedule.en-USFor the complete Out & About listings, go en-US to en-US bit.ly/OutAndAboutHTN.en-US Friday, Nov. 16en-US en-US White Circle Gallery hosts gallery in Viera: en-US White Circle Gallery will be hosting their first en-US annual gallery night at The Avenue Viera, en-US 2261 Town Center Ave., Ste 103 Friday, Nov. en-US 16 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be presenting   a varie ty of international worlden-USrenowned contemporary artists and guests en-US will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase   original works that include oil and en-USacrylic paintings, sculptures, and limited en-US editions. Admission is free. For more en-US information, call 718-877-3159.en-USSaturday, Nov. 17en-US Beethoven No. 5 at King Center: en-USBeethoven's en-US No. 5 will be performed at the King Center en-US on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. Students en-US from all three orchestras in the Brevard en-US Symphony Youth Orchestra program will join en-US us for a Side-by-Side performance of the en-US final movement of Vaughan Williams's en-US Concerto Grosso a work written for en-US performers of varying skill levels from en-US beginner to professional.The concert closes en-US with the most instantly recognizable en-US symphony ever written Beethoven's en-US monumental Symphony No. 5. Tickets start en-US at $36. For more information, call 321-242-en-US 2219 or go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-US en-USArtWorks Festival in Melbourne:en-US en-USThe 22nd en-US Annual ArtWorks of Eau Gallie Fine Arts en-US Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday, en-US November 17 and 18 from 10 a.m. 5 p.m. en-US both days. This festival is located along en-US Highland Ave. and St. Clair Street in en-US Melbourne's Eau Gallie Arts District. en-US ArtWorks features original art for sale and en-US artists creating new works of art in their en-US booths. High school artists from Brevard en-US schools will be on St. Clair Street. Artists en-US from the Brevard Achievement Center and en-US Promise In Brevard will also be on St. Clair en-US Street. The Authors for Authors annual en-US "Meet the Authors" Book Fair and the en-US Brevard Porcelain Artist Show will be in the en-US Eau Gallie Civic Center. ArtWorks Festival is en-US for art lovers, casual festival-goers, and en-US families. No pets please at ArtWorks. For en-USHoroscopesen-USBREVARD COUNTY In the wake en-US of the massacre at the Tree of Life Synaen-US-en-US gogue in Pittsburgh, residents, more en-US than ever, need events to tie one another en-US in unity.en-US In less than a week, thousands of en-US Americans will gather in celebration of en-US Thanksgiving, pausing to reflect on what en-US they are thankful for.en-US Brevard residents and visitors are en-US invited to attend a hopeful event meant en-US to inspire and give a deeper cultural en-US understanding of all the different faiths en-US that are found in our country.en-US United in Thanksgiving is a free en-US event hosted by a variety of local interen-US -en-US faith organizations, and is scheduled to en-US take place at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 19 en-US at Temple Israel of Brevard, 7350 Lake en-US Andrew Drive, Viera.en-US Pastor Jahn, Mohammed Samara and en-US I came together last year for the first time en-US in this community to hold a service of en-US unity and thanksgiving for our three en-US Abrahamic faiths, said Rabbi Patricia en-US Hickman of Temple Israel of Brevard. Photo courtesy of Judith Vaughn Photography en-USFaith leaders hold hands in a display of solidarity for United in en-US Thanksgiving: an Interfaith Celebration of Gratitude.en-GBSee en-GB UNITY page 17en-USBy Brittany Mulliganen-USbmulligan@hometownnewsol.comen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 18en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB SCOPESen-GB, page 18en-USFRIDAY, NOV. 9, 2018 en-US MELBOURNEen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSBREVARD.COM PAGE 13

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14 SATURDAY DECEMBER 1st9:00 a.m.Limited Seating. RSVP Required.$14.95 Per Adult $9.95 Children under10 Free! Children under 3plus tax and service charge per person Call 321-504-7771 for reservations Tradewinds at Duran Golf Club7032 Stadium Parkway Viera, FL 32940www.DuranDining.com Breakfast with Santa Breakfast with SantaSanta Story Time Sing Christmas Songs Free pictures with Santa OPEN 7 DAYS OPEN Thanksgiving Day November 22 3160 W. New Haven Ave. West Melbourne, FL Phone: 321-802-6888 Fax: 321-802-6889 Per Person Turkey, Ham & The Fixins All Day Feast $ 14.99 UPCOMING SHOWS THIS WEEK: 1800 W. Hibiscus Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32901 (321) 953-3388 $5.00per person NOV. 18 & Nov. 21 2pm & 7 pmHOME ALONE (1990) Fantastic Beasts Instant Family Widows The Grinchoaks10.comCHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL MOVIES & SHOW TIMES Overlord VegFest to cater to growing interest in health en-USBREVARD COUNTY As Space en-US Coast VegFest has grown each year, the en-US fourth annual event promises to be en-US bustling with something of interest to en-US attendees of all ages who are interested en-US in plant-based diets, environmental en-US awareness or those who just want to try en-US something new.en-US Organized by the nonprofit Healthy en-US Planet of Brevard, the festival is set for en-US 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18 at en-US Riverfront Park in Cocoa Village.en-US Admission is free.en-US Along with the wide variety of vegan en-US food for purchase, VegFest will feature en-US live music, cooking and fitness demonen-US -en-US strations, guest speakers, yoga and a en-US new addition for the 2018 event, a kid en-US zone.en-US The unprecedented level of demand en-US for vendor spots this year, as noted on en-US the events website, has led to an en-US expanded base of participants selling en-US prepared food, produce, cosmetics, en-US nutritional supplements and other en-US items.en-US The format for 2018 is similar to en-US previous years but the number of venen-US -en-US dors has increased dramatically to well en-US over 100 (in 2017 there were less than en-US 70), said Rich Williams, VegFest orgaen-US -en-US nizer, who is also on Healthy Planet of en-US Brevards board of directors.en-US Likewise, attendance increased sigen-US-en-US nificantly over the years.en-US In 2015, there were an estimated en-US 4,000 attendees. The following year, en-US organizers estimated 6,000, and last en-US year, 8,000.en-US Guests will have the opportunity to en-US enjoy vegan menu selections from en-US returning and new food vendors such en-US as Bacon Snack Factory, Ben & Jerrys en-US ice cream, Oh My Cod Vegan Seafood en-US Company, Speedy Weenie hot dog cart, en-US Tamale Co., Taste of India, Wicked en-US Good Coffee and many more.en-US Among other speakers on the agenen-US -en-US da, Sally Scalera will present Living en-US Soils = Nutritious Food at 11 a.m.; en-US Ellen Jaffe Jones will present Vegan en-US Sex at 1:15 p.m.; and Victoria Moran en-US will present How I Learned to Bypass en-US the Drive Through and Fall in Love en-US with Leafy Greens at 3:15 p.m.en-US Additionally, there is an extensive en-US schedule of kid zone activities for en-US younger guests in attendance.en-US We want to give everyone, regarden-US -en-US less of their dietary preferences, the en-US opportunity to experience everything en-US that a plant based life style has to offer, en-US and provide them with the chance to en-US listen to speakers and representatives en-US of the plant-based movement who will en-US show why adopting a plant based diet en-US can be beneficial for ones personal en-US health as well as promoting respect and en-US kindness to the animals with whom we en-US share the planet, Mr. Williams said.en-US A plant-based diet also reduces the en-US environmental damage that results en-US from many practices in the animal en-US agricultureindustry, Mr. Williams en-US added.en-US The spectacular growth of the en-US event, as well as events like it in other en-US parts of Florida and elsewhere in the en-US U.S., shows that this message resonates en-US with consumers who are recognizing en-US the importance of choosing healthier en-US options, Mr. Williams continued. A en-US recent study in the U.K. showed that 1 en-US in 8 people are now either vegan or en-US vegetarian so this is no longer a en-US fringe movement.en-US For more information and a full en-US schedule of events, visit en-US www.spaceen-US -en-US coastvegfest.org. Image courtesy of the Healthy Planet of Brevard en-USThe Healthy Planet of Brevard will host its fourth annual Space Coast en-US VegFest Sunday, Nov. 18 at Riverfront Park in Cocoa Village. This new en-US event logo was created by Short & Sweet Creative in August.en-USBy Jamie Desena-McFarlanden-USFor Hometown News

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15 Thanksgiving at ONLY $18.95 WEEKLY SPECIALS NOVEMBER 18TH NOVEMBER 24THMON. FRI. 9AM 6:30PM SAT. 9AM-6PM SUN. 10AM-4PM 7856 Ellis Rd. Melbourne 321-308-0275 Wine for Thanksgiving DinnerCK Mondavi Wine (All Types) ..................................$3.49 Motto (All Types) ................................$5.99 Reg. $11.99 Clos Du Bois Lightly Bubbled Chardonnay ..............$7.95 George Duboeuf 2018 Beaujolais Nouveau .............$9.99 George Duboeuf 2018 Beaujolais Nouveau Rose .....$9.99 Rodney Strong Chalk Hill Chardonnay $10.99 Reg. $16.99 10% OFF12 BOTTLES OF WINE OR MORE! Wacky Weekend Deals Sales Valid Sat. & Sun. ONLY November 17th & November 18thWhile supplies last. No holds or rain checks. Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast (10 lb) ......... $11.50 Peruvian Sea Bass .......................................$8.50 lb Pork Brasciole .............................................$4.95 lb Smoked Kielbasa .........................................$2.95 lb Idaho Potatoes (5lb bag) ................................ $2.50 Kitchen & DeliMonday, November 19th is going to be the last day to place your Thanksgiving catering order. Find a copy of our catering guide on our website at www.downtownproduce.com. Call in your order at (321)308-0275 or visit our deli counter! *** Thanksgiving Breakfast made easy! Pre-order a Downtown Produce Quiche to enjoy with your family while you prepare for the day! ProduceNorth Carolina Sweet Potatoes .......................37 lb Yellow and Green Zucchini Squash ...................77 lb Broccoli Crowns ..............................................87 lb Cauliower ............................................$1.47 head Fr esh Amish Turkeys have arrived! Sold at $1.79 lb Sold on a rst come, rst served basis! Hurry in before we run out. Meats & Seafood London Broil ................................................$4.97 lb Atlantic Salmon Fillets .................................$6.97 lb House Made Breakfast Sausage ....................$2.97 lb House Made Hot or Mild Italian Sausage ........$2.97 lb Refrigerated GroceryFree Range Jumbo Brown Eggs (Dozen) ..............$3.77 Ready to bake Pie Crust (2pk) ............................ $3.47 Sunny Morning Whipped Light cream (15oz) ......$2.47 Minerva Amish Salted Roll Butter (2lb) ..............$9.97 Closed on Thanksgiving Day! Add color to your Thanksgiving with Mums en-USWen-USith the thoughts of Thanksgiven-US -en-US ing in our near future, fall en-US Mums come to mind. Garden en-US Mums come in many colors and styles. en-US Garden Mums are a staple to the holiday en-US season and represent the end of summer en-US and the beginning of fall. Mums are actualen-US -en-US ly fairly easy to grow and can withstand en-US both low and high humidity situations. en-US Mums can actually mimic the look of en-US other flowers such as the smaller flower of en-US a daisy (Daisy Mums) or the larger and en-US fancier varieties that can almost look like en-US roses. You can get Chrysanthemum plants en-US in almost every color but blue.en-US Mums have been around for a long time en-US and I am sure that many of you have en-US helped your parents or grandparents en-US display these colorful gems during the en-US holidays. Most of the varieties that we use en-US here in North America are simply known en-US as Garden Mums with the botanical en-US classification of Dendranthea grandifloen-US -en-US rum. About 80 percent of all garden Mums en-US are sold during the fall and early winter. en-US The reason that these colorful plants burst en-US into bloom in fall is because the shorter en-US days, cooler temperatures and longer en-US nights all contribute to the triggering en-US mechanism that causes these plants to en-US burst into color. Since this winter is going en-US be an El Nino winter, the forecast is for a en-US wet and cool winter season in Florida. This en-US should be great weather for Mums and en-US other winter flowers that love cooler en-US temperatures!en-US Many people simply buy their Mums in en-US the fall already in bloom from retailers. en-US Others like to plant their own plants and en-US watch them mature and bloom in their en-US own gardens. If you decide to try planting en-US your own, do so in the spring so the root en-US systems can have a chance to get well en-US established to ensure a happy, healthy en-US plant. en-US Mums should be planted in a location en-US that will get only a half-day of sun or en-US slightly less. This is especially true in the en-US areas south of Vero Beach. The areas north en-US of Vero Beach will probably have better en-US results with growing Mums in your garden en-US as the harsh effects of the sun are slightly en-US lessened. You can ensure you will get more en-US flowers in the fall if you pinch back the top en-US inch or so of growth about every three en-US weeks until about mid July. This process en-US will help to promote heavy flowing in the en-US fall. Please note you only do the above en-US process if you plan on growing and en-US maintaining your garden Mums on a year en-US round basis.en-US Mums will grow in a variety of soils as en-US long as it is well drained. Mums do not en-US require a lot of fertilizer but will appreciate en-US a light feeding about once a month with a en-US water-soluble fertilizer such as Miracle en-US Gro. It will also help if you stake your en-US plants, as this will help them to support en-US themselves and keep the heavy Florida en-US rains from knocking them over.en-US If you plan on only using your Mums as en-US a potted decoration for the holidays, many en-US of the same rules will apply. Keep the plant en-US in a bright, well-lit area of the house and en-US do not let the plant get too dry between en-US watering cycles. Remember that potted en-US plants will dry out much faster then plants en-US that are placed in the ground. A/C will also en-US have an impact on your plant's moisture en-US level.en-US As you can see, having and taking care en-US of Mums does not have to be difficult. en-US Growing and viewing these plants can en-US have so many rewards that any work en-US involved in keeping them looking nice will en-US be well worth it.en-US Joe Zelenak has more than 30 years en-US experience in gardening and landscape. en-US Send e-mails toen-US hometowngarden@gmail.en-US com en-US or visit his website, en-US www.hometownen-US -en-US garden.com. GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK en-USarrested Nov. 3 and charged with possession of en-US a controlled substance, driving while license en-US suspended (2en-US nden-US offense), possession of drug en-US paraphernalia, and use of false ID to adversely en-US affect others. en-US Laron Debose, 29, of Melbourne, was arresten-US-en-US ed Nov. 3 and charged with trafficking a conen-US -en-US trolled substance up to 4 grams and less than en-US 30 kilograms, false ID given to law enforcement en-US officer, fraudulent use of credit card to obtain en-US money/goods/services, grand theft larceny en-US over $300 and less than $5,000, possession of en-US marijuana under 20 grams, resisting officer en-US without violence, and use/possession of ID of en-US another person without consent. en-US Joshua Drabyk, 38, of Merritt Island, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with possession of en-US a controlled substance. en-US Emmanuel Hudson, 29, of Deland, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with fraudulent en-US use of a credit card to obtaining money/goods/en-US services, and use/possession of ID of another en-US without consent. en-US Efrain Reagan, 28, of Rockledge, was arresten-US-en-US ed Nov. 3 and charged with battery by stranguen-US-en-US lation as domestic violence, and simple assault en-US with intent to do violence as domestic violence. en-US Michael Tolivert, 20, of Melbourne, was en-US arrested Nov. 3 and charged with possession of en-US cocaine with intent to sell/manufacture/deliver, en-US possession of cocaine, possession of a conen-US -en-US trolled substance, and resisting officer without en-US violence. en-US Russell Wozniak, 39, of Cape Canaveral, en-US was arrested Nov. 3 and charged with battery, en-US battery by strangulation as domestic violence, en-US and tampering in misdemeanor proceedings.en-US Michael Aiken, 31, of Cocoa, was arrested en-US Nov. 4 and charged with aggravated battery as en-US domestic violence, battery as domestic vioen-US -en-US lence, and false imprisonment as domestic vioen-US -en-US lence. en-US Sharod Brooks, 22, of Merritt Island, was en-US arrested Nov. 4 and charged with possession of en-US cocaine, resisting officer without violence, and en-US trespassing on park/recreational facility without en-US permit when closed.en-GBCrimeen-USFrom page 5

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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 Due to the unavailable for r f rfrrrntbtr *Source: Savings are the monthly premium difference between the plan with the highest premium and the plan with the lowest Plan F premium for women age 65 in certain ZIP codes on the eHealth platform, according to an October 2017 eHealth analysis. eHealth Medicare is operated by eHealthInsurance Services, Inc., a licensed health insurance agency that sells Medicare products. In NY and OK, we do business as eHealthinsurance Agency. This is a solicitation of insurance. Not connected with or endorsed by the U.S. government or federal Medicare program. Savings are not guaranteed. r nt frnr fn Arie Anderson, 16, en-USof Melbourne en-US Beach, caught this en-US red fish in the river en-US near Sebastian en-US Inlet. The fish was en-US over slot, so no time en-US for measurements. en-US It was immediately en-US released so there en-US was no stress to the en-US fish. en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Space Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting a en-US photo 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!en-USBREVARD COUNTY The Breen-US -en-US vard Humane Society will host its en-US 21st Annual Critter Run, a motorcyen-US -en-US cle poker run, on Sunday, Nov. 18. All en-US proceeds from the ride will benefit en-US homeless animals in their care.en-US Riders will leave from the Brevard en-US Humane Societys Cocoa Adoption en-US Center at 1020 Cox Road in Cocoa en-US with the first bike departing at 10 en-US a.m. and last bike out at 11:30 a.m. en-US From there, riders will enjoy a scenic en-US trek with three stops for card pulls en-US prior to reaching their final destinaen-US-en-US tion at H & D Roadhouse at 1811 E. en-US Merritt Island Causeway in Merritt en-US Island. That stop will include a post-en-US run after-party complete with food, en-US prizes, live music, an auction and a en-US 50/50 drawing.en-US Those who cant make the run are en-US still welcome to attend the after-party en-US as well as purchase game sheets and en-US pull a hand at the end.en-US Unfortunately, there will be one en-US person noticeably missing again this en-US year, Sally Frey, who passed away last en-US September. A staunch supporter of en-US the Brevard Humane Society and en-US their adoptable animals, Sally is a key en-US organizer of the event since its conen-US -en-US ception.en-US Sallys passion may have been en-US mostly for the animals, but she also en-US loved to ride, said Theresa Clifton, en-US Executive Director of the Brevard en-US Humane Society. This run is conen-US-en-US tinuing on as Sally would have wanten-US -en-US ed. It is a beautiful way to continue en-US honoring her memory while also aiden-US -en-US ing a deserving cause. en-US The cost of the Critter Run is $7 en-US per hand or two for $10. An extra en-US card pull will be given to participants en-US who bring a pet related item from the en-US organizations wish list to the Cocoa en-US Adoption Center at the time of regisen-US -en-US tration. en-US The event concludes with the last en-US bike in at 4 p.m. Cash prizes will be en-US given for Best and Worst Hand, in en-US addition to a Mystery Hand, ensuring en-US everyone has an opportunity to win.en-US To register for the Critter Run, riden-US -en-US ers must arrive between 10 a.m. and en-US 11:30 a.m. the day of the event. All en-US motorcycles and cars are welcome. en-US For more information, contact Theen-US -en-US resa Clifton at (321) 3024828 or visiten-US en-US www.brevardhumanesociety.com.en-USHumane Society revs en-US up annual Critter Runen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsml@hometownnewsol.com

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17 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! 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 Howie Dorough of the en-USBackstreet Boys holds en-US a copy of the en-US Hometown News en-US while sailing back en-US from Nassau on the en-US Backstreet Boys en-US 2018 cruise in May, en-US with the newspapers en-US Associate Managing en-US Editor Brittany en-US Mulligan. en-USAre you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-US take us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one en-US (or more) of our Brevard County residents reading the Hometown News in a unique en-US or exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the en-US Bahamas, 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 en-US and include your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of en-US where the photo was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject en-US line. en-US Let's see how many places we can go!en-USTouring with the Townies en-USThis year we have expanded to include en-US many other faith communities. I believe en-US this is unique for Ben-US revard County and en-US will help us all to be united in truth and en-US love.en-US The evening will feature a celebration en-US of unity through stories, songs and en-US reflection as guest speakers facilitate disen-US-en-US cussions with attendees. An interdenomen-US -en-US inational choir will perform O Give en-US Thanks and after, all will gather to enjoy en-US food of various religious traditions.en-US Because hatred, fear and intolerance en-US can spread like a cancer, we feel called to en-US respond with strength in solidarity, said en-US Julie Rogers-Martin of Eastminster Presen-US-en-US byterian Church. Our faiths teach us en-US that gratitude is a first step to healing en-US and when we are grateful together we are en-US a powerful force. When others know en-US they are not alone, that we stand togethen-US -en-US er, we are all made stronger.en-US Pastor David Jahn of Advent Lutheran en-US Church added, Gathering together and en-US lifting up our need to support one anothen-US-en-US er and encourage one another blesses en-US everyone, but especially those who have en-US been oppressed or persecuted. The en-US strong message of this event is that we do en-US far more than tolerate each other, we celen-US -en-US ebrate and support each other.en-US VITAS Hospice Chaplain Rosalie Noren-US -en-US man-McNaney discussed how the inauen-US -en-US gural United in Thanksgiving event at en-US Advent Lutheran Church in 2017 was an en-US overwhelming success.en-US The first United in Thanksgiving en-US ignited a spark of hope and connection, en-US Rev. Norman-McNaney said. It was evien-US -en-US dent by the turnout and the overwhelmen-US -en-US ing response that people wanted to be en-US seen as a part of the beautiful American en-US mosaic rather than being marginalized en-US and separate.en-US In todays culture, the norm is fear and en-US prejudice, according to Pastor Jahn. He en-US explained that because there are so few en-US opportunities to learn about different en-US faiths, many people tend to have a limiten-US -en-US ed or distorted view of what people of en-US different faiths actually think.en-US We hope attendees will be inspired to en-US experience the love, sense of community en-US and solidarity they feel between people en-US who understand God so differently, Pasen-US -en-US tor Jahn said. We hope they will learn en-US that religious agreement is not a prereqen-US -en-US uisite to true unity and caring communien-US -en-US ty. We hope they will get to have meanen-US -en-US ingful conversations with many who are en-US from a very different faith tradition than en-US their own to see for themselves that we en-US are all a part of the one human family.en-US Rev. Norman-McNaney said the event en-US is an affirmation to all that, we are on in en-US spirit and that we are all Americans en-US regardless of our race, ethnicity, lanen-US -en-US guage, age, gender or sexual orientation, en-US faith beliefs or ability... we have more in en-US common than differences, and we each en-US have value and worth as Americans.en-US Rabbi Hickman added, My prayer is en-US that all will come away from this event en-US not only with hope in their hearts but en-US also a deeper sense of knowing that we en-US are not alone. That we are a strong and en-US vibrant community who can pray togethen-US -en-US er despite our difference, in love, gratien-US -en-US tude and faith.en-US For more information, call (321) 259-en-US 8515 or visit en-US www.facebook.com/Adventen-US-en-US LutheranChurch.en-US en-GBUnityen-USFrom page 13

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18 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! en-US Is your pet worthy of the spotlight?en-USHometown Newsen-US will be the judge of that. en-US We are asking our readers to submit photos of their beloved pets, as part en-US of our Pet of the Week Contest. The winner for the week will have his or en-US her pet displayed in our newspaper, while also being qualified to become en-US the Hometown News Pet of the Year! Email a photo of your pet (one entry en-US per owner) that is at least 1 MB in size to en-US yourphotos@hometownnewsol.en-US comen-US. en-US en-US Write PET OF THE WEEK CONTEST in the subject line, and in the body en-US of the email, please include the following information:en-US Name of peten-US Ageen-US Breeden-US Three of your pets favorite things to doen-US Pet owners full name and hometownen-US Phone number (in case we have questions)en-USThis is Oliver. Oliver en-US is an 11 month old en-US Toy Yorkie. Oliver en-US loves everyone he en-US meets. He brings so en-US much love and joy en-US into peoples hearts. en-US He also likes taking en-US long walks and going en-US to bed in the early en-US evenings for the night. en-US Oliver is owned by en-US Roe Annicchiarico of en-US Melbourne. attention to detail is top notch, but dont let per en-US-en-US fection distract you.en-USLIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23en-USLibra, putting family first has always been your en-US priority and that will continue in the weeks ahead. en-US Others notice your efforts and appreciate them.en-USSCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22en-USMultitasking can be your undoing, Scorpio. You en-US want to accomplish so much, but you must try to en-US balance your time instead. Clean the clutter from en-US your schedule.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21en-USFamily affairs move to the forefront this week, en-US Sagittarius. A spouse or a child is in need of assisen-US-en-US tance, and you must set aside the time to help en-US amid your other responsibilities.en-USCAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20en-USThings have started to settle down a bit for you. en-US Capricorn. Thats a welcome change from the haren-US -en-US ried pace youve been keeping of late. Enjoy the en-US respite.en-USAQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18en-USAquarius, its taken a few months for you to find en-US your groove, but you are in a zone and standing on en-US solid ground. Enjoy the smooth sailing thats en-US ahead.en-USPISCES Feb 19/Mar 20en-USListen to what others are telling you, Pisces. You en-US have always been good at accepting advice and en-US now is the time to heed others wisdom.en-GBScopesen-USFrom page 13 en-USmore information visit en-USwww.en-US artworksofeaugallie.organdwww.facebook.en-US com/artworksofeaugallie.en-US en-US en-USFestival of trees: en-USThe Junior League of en-US South Brevard Inc. will host The 34th en-US annual Festival of Trees Friday, Nov. 17 from en-US 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Viera Regional Park en-US Community center located at 2300 Judge en-US Fran Jamieson Way in Melbourne. The event en-US will feature adorned trees, vendors, and en-US photos with Santa. Cost of attendance is $5 en-US per person, children 2 and under are free. en-US Tickets can be purchased at the door or en-US online. For more information, call 315-529-en-US 2325.en-USSunday Nov. 18en-USen-US'Crowns' comes to Henegar Center: en-USThe en-US musical play "Crowns" opens Friday, Nov. 9, and continues through Sunday, Nov. 18, at en-USThe Henegar Center, 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. en-USFor ticket information, call 321-723-8698 en-US or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US.en-USKennedy Space Center group discount: en-USThe en-US Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is en-US offering Florida residents a discounted en-US "Floridian-Four" admission package for en-US $159 for four guests until Nov. 18. The en-US special discount saves $65 with an en-US additional $5 saved with online ticket en-US purchases in advance. For more information en-US and downloadable coupon visit en-USwww.en-GB Seeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 19en-GBOuten-USFrom page 13

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19 Celebrate Your Loved Ones with a Memorial Ad For more information call Catherine at or email ccawthon@hometownnewsol.com BREVARD COUNTY The Sharing en-USCenter of Brevard and Special Olympics, en-US Florida, and local schools are collecting en-US Christmas gifts and items needed for a en-US new campaign aimed at aiding the less en-US fortunate in Brevard County. en-US Both nonprofits, as well as some schools en-US in Brevard County, will come together at en-US Riverside Park in Cocoa Village on Sunen-US-en-US day, Dec. 16 from 2 7 p.m. for a culmien-US -en-US nating event to celebrate the first Fill a en-US Capsule for Christmas Giving Fest camen-US -en-US paign. en-US Students across the county are currenten-US-en-US ly creating their Missions to Mars, along en-US with capsules that will collect basic en-US hygiene items and Christmas presents. en-US The campaign is an effort to provide those en-US in the community who may struggle to en-US obtain basic necessities.en-US The schools are going to be able to win en-US scholarships for the most creative misen-US -en-US sions and most items collected, Heather en-US Richards, Vice President of Resource en-US Development for the Sharing Center of en-US Central Brevard, said.en-US According to Ms. Richards, there is en-US approximately $4,500 available in scholaren-US -en-US ships for participating schools. en-US Businesses and organizations across the en-US county will participating as well. Particien-US -en-US pating business, Indian River furniture, en-US will be donating a living room furniture en-US set to be raffled off at the event. en-US At the Giving Fest, their capsules will en-US be set up with their mission logs and a en-US presentation to go along with it, Ms. en-US Richards said. There are two capsules, en-US one for their school and one for a partneren-US -en-US ing business.en-US Brevard schools is taking the opportuen-US-en-US nity to share their talents of organizing en-US and creating Mars missions, showcasing en-US robotics and rocket teams, while helping en-US the community in the process.en-US Dr. Mark Mullins, Brevard county en-US Superintendent stated Put me to work en-US when asked to help host the community en-US effort. en-US The Sharing Center of Central Brevard en-US has been working to help those in the en-US local area struggling to obtain food, awaen-US-en-US ter, shelter, and more for over 40 years. en-US The Special Olympics has been providing en-US those in the community with intellectual en-US disabilities the opportunity of human en-US connection and the novelty to learn and en-US grow beyond their own expectations for en-US over 40 years as well.en-US For more information, call (321) 631-en-US 0306 or visit www.sharingcenter.org.en-US By Josh Whiteneren-USFor Hometown News en-USKennedySpaceCenter.orgen-US.en-USMonday, Nov. 19en-US en-USMannheim Steamroller returns: en-USMannheim en-US Steamroller will perform Monday, Nov. 19, at en-US the Maxwell C. King Center for the en-US Performing Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road. en-US The starting time has yet to be announced. en-US Tickets start at $99. For more information, en-US call 321-242-2219 or go to en-USwww.kingcenter.en-US comen-US.en-USTuesday, Nov. 20en-US en-USA festival of lights: en-USThe Space Coast en-US Light Fest will run from Tuesday, Nov. 20 en-US through Jan. 1 at Wickham Park located at en-US 2785 Leisure Way, Melbourne. More than en-US 3 million twinkling holiday lights will ignite en-US the night sky at Wickham Park from 6:30 en-US p.m. to 10:30 p.m. This family oriented en-US celebration features shimmering lights en-US and animated displays and draws more en-US than 15,000 vehicles annually. No cost for en-US attendance.en-USSaturday, Nov. 24en-US en-USNight Sounds concert series: en-USThe Florida en-US Department of Environmental Protections en-US Sebastian Inlet State Park will hold the en-US Nights Sounds concert series on Saturday, en-US November 24, 2018. Hosted by the Friends en-US of Sebastian Inlet State Park, the concert en-US will showcase Souljam. Souljam is a five-en-US piece band that plays extended versions en-US of rock n roll jam music. Playing cover en-US tunes of the Grateful Dead, Phish and the en-US Tedeschi Trucks band with a few original en-US songs mixed in. Creativity, self-expression en-US and the joy of their music radiates through en-US their sound and vibe.The concert will take en-US place at the pavilions on Coconut Point, en-US located on the south side of Sebastian en-US Inlet. The concert is free with regular park en-US entry fees. For more information call 321-en-US 984-4852 or visit en-US https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/en-US Sebastian-Inlet.en-US en-USSip and Strollen-US: Shop Small Sip and en-USStroll en-US will take place in Cocoa Village located at en-US 308 Brevard Avenue in Cocoa Saturday, en-US Nov. 24 from 4-8 p.m. Guests may sample en-US wines, enjoys treats and take advantage en-US of merchants special deals. Merchants en-US are offering beer tasting as well. Tickets en-US are cash only and $20 in advance or $25 en-US night of event (after 3 PM). Attendees will en-US receive a Sip & Stroll commemorative wine en-US or beer glass, shopping bag and a map of en-US the participating merchants. Must be 21 or en-US older. For more information, call 321-631-en-US 9075. en-US en-USMelbourne tree lighting: en-USMelbourne Main en-US Street and The Henegar host a very special en-US night in Downtown Melbourne Saturday, en-US Nov. 24 for the lighting of the holiday tree en-US and celebrate the start of Candlelight en-US Shopping with Santa, carolers, live en-GBOuten-USFrom page 18en-USSchools, nonprofits help for those in needen-GBSeeen-GB en-GB OUTen-GB page 19

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20 Answers Located in the Classied Section Obituaries en-USMary T. Warden-USMary T. Ward, 90, of Melbourne, died en-US Monday, Oct. 29, 2018.en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USArnold "Artie" Notaroen-USArnold "Artie" Notato, 69, of Melen-US-en-US bourne, died Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018. en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USGina A. Rigsbyen-USGina A. Rigsby, 74, of West Melen-US -en-US bourne, died Friday, Nov. 2, 2018.en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USDaniel J. O'Halloranen-USDaniel J. O'Halloran, of Melbourne, en-US died Friday, Nov. 2, 2018.en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USFrank P. Bagley Jr.en-USFrank P. Bagley Jr., 62, of Melbourne, en-US died Friday, Nov. 2, 2018.en-US Arrangements were made by Brownlie en-US Maxwell Funeral Home and Crematoen-US-en-US ry.en-USMichael G. Larkoen-USMichael G. Larko, 86, of Melbourne, en-US died Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018.en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USPatricia Haldeman Ewell Eysteren-USPatricia Haldeman Ewell Eyster, 90, of en-US Melbourne, died Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018.en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USEthelyn J. Proutyen-USEthelyn J. Prouty, 88, of West Melen-US-en-US bourne, died Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018.en-US Arrangements were made by Ammen en-US Family Cremation and Funeral Care.en-USentertainment, craft making for kids, free en-US horse and carriage rides and much more. en-US The event will take place at 2004 Vernon en-US Place in Melbourne. From 5-6 p.m. children en-US and their families will have the opportunity en-US to create a holiday craft and interact with en-US The Henegar's cast of Willy Wonka. The en-US tree lighting ceremony beings at 6 p.m. en-US Admission is free and open to all ages. en-US en-USLight Up Viera parade: en-USCelebrate the 6th en-US Annual Light Up Viera Holiday Parade with en-US family and friends on Saturday, Nov. 24. en-US Fireworks begin at 6 p.m., with the parade en-US immediately following. The event will feature en-US food vendors, entertainment, floats and en-US marching bands. For more information, visit en-US the Viera Community Institute Facebook en-US page for all updates. en-USWednesday, Nov. 28en-US en-USThe Modern Gentlemen visit Melbourne: en-USThe Modern Gentlemen will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesda y, Nov. 28, at the en-USMaxwell C. King Center for the Performing en-US Arts, 3865 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne.en-US With the stylings of classic vocal groups en-US such as The Four Freshmen and The Hi-Los, en-US they blend todays sound of a Michael Bubl en-US times four to create the ultimate vocal en-US experience for all ages. Tickets start at $27. en-US For more information, call 321-242-2219 or en-US go to en-US www.kingcenter.comen-US.en-US en-USAgnus Dei in two locationsen-US: en-US Wednesday, en-US Nov. 28, James Boyles the Brevard Chorale en-US and Vocal Choral Ensemble will present en-US "Agnus Dei" at 7:00 PM at The Great en-US Outdoors RV-Nature & Golf Resort in en-US Titusville. The concert is free of charge and en-US will be held at the resort's Community en-US Church at 144 Plantation Drive, Titusville. en-US Agnus Dei, narrates the Christmas story in en-US an original composition melded with en-US traditional carols. The second performance en-US of Agnus Dei is on Saturday, Dec. 1 at 7:30 en-US p.m. at the Simpkins Fine Arts Auditorium at en-US Eastern Florida State College at 1519 en-US Clearlake Road in Cocoa. Admission to en-US Agnus Dei at EFSC is $10 for adults and en-US seniors; $5 for students. For more en-US information call 321-501-0833 oren-US visit en-US www.BrevardChorale.orgen-USFriday, Nov. 30en-USen-US'Willy Wonka' sweetens Henegar lineup: en-USThe musical "Willy Wonka" opens Friday, en-US Nov. 30, and continues through Sunday, Dec. 16, at The Henegar Center, 625 E. en-USNew Haven Ave., Melbourne. Shows are at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. en-USSundays. For ticket information, call 321-en-US 723-8698 or go to en-US henegar.orgen-US en-USMadrigal Singers recreate tradition: en-USSt. en-US Timothy Madrigal Singers invite guests as en-US they recreate the traditions of Merrie Olde en-US England with a feast and festivities. The en-US feaste will be presented Nov. 30th and en-US December 1st in the fellowship hall of St. en-US Timothy Lutheran Church located at 1903 en-US Croton Road, in Melbourne. Doors open at en-US 6:30p.m., the festivities beginning promptly en-US at 7:00. Admission is $35.00 a person with en-US children 10 and under, $15.00. Each table en-US will seat 8, and buyers are limited to 16 en-US tickets each. Phone orders for tickets will be en-US accepted but tickets must be picked up en-US within 48 hours. Early ticket purchase is en-US advised, because the event is typically a en-US sellout. For more information, call 321-259-en-US 3443.en-GBOuten-USFrom page 19

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24 BEFORE AFTER BEFORE AFTER AFTER BEFORE BodyWise SpecialistsDr. Regina M. Kaufmann 201 Fourth Ave., Indialantic, FL 32903www.bodywisespecialists.com321-729-4243 SEE A SLIMMER YOU with CoolSculpting Call Cathy, our Coolsculpting expert with over 30 years experience in body sculpting.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 procedure is FDA-cleared for the treatment of visible fat bulges in the sub2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S CoolSculpting is an FDA-cleared treatment that uses controlled cooling to eliminate stubborn fat without surgery and little or no downtime.Cut Your Treatment Time in HALF with Dual CoolSculptingQ: How much time does it take? A: 2 areas can now be treated in 35 minutes vs. 70 minutes. Q: Where does the fat go? A: Once the treated fat cells are crystallized (frozen), the body naturally processes the fat and eliminates these dead cells. Once the treated fat cells are gone, theyre gone for good. Q: When will I see results? A: While some patients may see results as early as 3 weeks after their session, most dramatic results are usually seen 1-3 months after treatment. Actual BodyWise Specialists patients