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Vol. 4, No. 45 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, December 4, 2009


Port Orange Fire Rescue urges


caution during the holidays


Hi Hometown News
readers,

Fire officials
investigate
gift shop fire
We hope you had a safe
and happy holiday weekend
though it was marred by
some troubles in Daytona
Beach Shores when a beach
gift store caught fire just
before Thanksgiving. The
blaze erupted in the 2100
block of South Atlantic
See BRIEF, A9


By Jeannine Gage
gage@hometownnewsol.com
PORT ORANGE -While the rest
of us are busy this time of year
with shopping, decorating and
food preparation for the holidays,
fire departments around the
country are extra busy too -
fighting fires.
Holiday lights, candles, live
trees and cold weather all add to
the risk of home fires.
"The number of fires go up this


time of year," said Fire Depart-
ment spokeswoman Tonya Gilar-
di, "so we're trying to let everyone
know they need to be extra cau-
tious."
For the second year, Port
Orange Fire Rescue is promoting
fire safety during the holidays
with its "Keep the Wreath Green"
program.
The wreaths serve as a visual
reminder of the importance of fire
prevention. They will be on dis-


play for the month
of December at
each of Port
Orange Fire-Res-
cue's five fire sta-
tions. Each time
firefighters
respond to a resi-
dential fire within
the City of Port Orange,
light bulb will be replace
red one to remind citizen
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Rhiahnon Evans, 7, (left)
and her friend Alexandra
Badalato, 7, of Port
Orange enjoy the sweet
sights of the Rotary
Gingerbread Magic display
at the Volusia Mall recent-
ly. More than 50 ginger-
bread houses will be on
display through December
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catalogues Florida art

By Suzanne Grill rating 150 -- -
For Hometown News years I
decided to
VOLUSIA COUNTY A new organize a
book written by a local art expert m aj o r L
does something no other book has exhibit to
done before: catalogues the impor- tour the -. i
tant art of Florida from a 100-year state and a
period beginning in the late 19th book to *
century. accompany
"Reflections: 100 Years of Painting the exhibit."
in Florida 1865-1965," featuring the The idea
largest private collection of Florida- was well
based art, is now available at the received and Gary Libby
Museum of Arts & Sciences in Day- the project
tona Beach. was on its way.
Gary Libby, art historian, author There were no significant Florida
and director emeritus of the muse- pieces in major collections, and just
um, presented his latest book and finding them was a task. Mr. Libby
six-year labor of love to a large remembers wondering why no one
group of previewers who attended a had attempted to catalogue the
free discussion at the City Island Florida works before him.
Library Auditorium last week. Searching libraries and online
Mr. Libby's book is drawn from didn't produce much information.
the expansive Florida art collection He eventually hooked up with "a
of local residents Cici and Hyatt very wealthy couple from Jack-
Brown (Chairman of the Board, sonville who wanted to collect Flori-
Brown and Brown Insurance), da art," Mr. Libby said. So one
whose more than 2,400-piece col- evening they came down and "we
election highlights Florida's natural had a conversation in my dining
beauty, famous landmarks, and a room." That visit led to the Vickers
few portraits. Collection and one of Mr. Libby's
A lack of information on Florida first books.
art and artists prompted Mr. Libby Then fate smiled on Mr. Libby a
to want to catalog what he knew had second time. Cici and Hyatt Brown
to be a large body of work. When he came to see the Vickers Collection
started out, "there was really noth- exhibit and got interested in Florida
ing written on Florida (art) before art. They bought two very early
1995," he said. "So the year of 9the
museums sesquicentennial cele- See ART, A8


Port Orange police


seeking accreditation


For Hometown News
volnews@hometownnewsol.com
A team of assessors from the
Commission on Accreditation for
Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.
will arrive in Port Orange on Satur-
day, Dec. 12, to examine all
aspects of the Port Orange Police
Department's policy and proce-
dures, management, operations
and support services, Assistant
Chief of Police Wayne M. Miller
said.
Verification by the team that the
Port Orange Police Department
meets the commission's state-of-
the art standards is part of a vol-
untary process to gain accredita-
tion a highly prized recognition
of public safety professional excel-
lence. The Port Orange Police
Department has to comply with
463 standards in order to gain
accredited status, first earned in
May 2004.
As part of the on-site assess-
ment, agency personnel and
members of the community are
invited to offer comments at a
public information session from 7
to 9 p.m., Monday Dec. 14, at the
Port Orange City Council Cham-
bers located at City Hall, 1000 City
Center Circle.
If for some reason an individual
cannot speak at the public infor-
mation session but would still like
to provide comments to the
assessment team, they may do so


by telephone.
The public may call (386) 506-
5988 on Sunday Dec. 13, between
the hours of 2 and 4 p.m.
Telephone comments as well as
appearances at the public infor-
mation session are limited to 10
minutes and must address the
agency's ability to comply with the
standards.
Assistant Chief Miller said the
assessment team is composed of
public safety practitioners from
similar, but out of state agencies.
The assessors will review written
materials, interview individuals
and visit offices and other loca-
tions where compliance can be
witnessed.
Once the assessors complete
their review of the agency, they
report back to the full commis-
sion, which will then decide if the
agency is to be granted accredited
status.
Accreditation is for three years,
during which the agency must
submit annual reports attesting
continued compliance with those
standards under which it was ini-
tially accredited.
For more information regarding
Commission on Accreditation for
Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc.
please write the Commission at
10302 Eaton Place, Suite 100, Fair-
fax, VA 22030-2215; or call (800)
368-3757 or e-mail
calea@calea.org.


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Get 'lit up' in Port Orange

The city of Port Orange will hold its tree
lighting ceremony and community choir
celebration at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5.
This event brings the community togeth-
er for a night of holiday classics and is the
traditional kickoff of the Christmas season
in Port Orange.
Church choirs from throughout Port
Orange form the community choir.
From the stage of the Kenneth W. Parker
Amphitheater, Mayor Allen Green and the
City Council will light the official Port
Orange Christmas tree.
Lighting of the tree signals the appear-
ance of Santa Claus, who traditionally stops
by to wish everyone a happy holiday and
bring a special gift for the little kids.
For more information, call (386) 506-
5851.

Port Orange Christmas
parade Dec. 6

Now in its 32nd consecutive year, the Port
Orange Christmas parade will be at 2 p.m.,
Sunday, Dec. 6. The theme for the parade is
"Christmas Around the World."
This community event is full of decora-
tive floats and bands. The parade begins at
Nova Road and heads east along Dunlaw-
ton Avenue to Orange Avenue.
Port Orange's pogTV channel 199 will
tape the parade for airing at a later date.
DVD copies of the parade will be available
for $12 by calling (386) 506-5501.

Ponce Inlet to hold first
Christmas parade

The town of Ponce Inlet will hold its first
Christmas parade at 1 p.m., Saturday, Dec.
5.
The parade will begin at Harbour Village
Boulevard and South Peninsula Drive and
will go toward the Ponce Inlet lighthouse, at
4931 S. Peninsula Drive.

Ponce Inlet to hold children's
Christmas party

The Children's Activity Committee of
Ponce Inlet and the Ponce Inlet Police Ath-
letic League will hold its annual Christmas
tree lighting and children's Christmas party
at 6 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5, at the fire depart-
ment.
Santa will arrive at 6:15 p.m. at the com-
munity center. Participants should bring
their own cameras to take pictures with
Santa.
Bring a blanket and a chair and watch the
movie "Prancer" at 7:30 p.m., at the tennis
courts at Timothy Pollard Park. Compli-
mentary hot chocolate and popcorn will be
served.


New, unwrapped toys for Halifax Urban
Ministries will be collected, as well as non-
perishable food items for "The Bread Man."
For more information, call (386) 322-4190
or (386) 236-9160.

Local law firm to serve as
drop-off for Toys for Tots

In addition to marching bands, clowns
and cheerleaders, this year's Port Orange
Christmas Parade from 2 to 4 p.m. Dec. 6,
will feature a float sponsored by the law
firm of Rue & Ziffra.
The float, which will include a collection
box for toys donated to Toys for Tots, will
pass in front of Rue & Ziffra's Port Orange
office on Dunlawton Avenue, where
employees will be busy cooking and serving
free hot dogs, hamburgers and other foods.
A Toys for Tots collection box is also set up
at the firm's office in Port Orange.
For more information, call (386) 788-
7700.

Flu shots still
available

The seasonal flu vaccine is still available
at the South Daytona Fire Department,
1672 S. Ridgewood Ave.
Medicare Part B (with card) will be
accepted.
For those citizens not using Medicare, the
cost is $25 cash or check. No other insur-
ance will be accepted.
Flu shots are available from 8 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., Monday thru Friday and 10 a.m. to 2
p.m., Saturday and Sunday while supplies
last

Transportation survey available

The Volusia County Metropolitan Plan-
ning Organization is developing a 2035
Long Range Transportation Plan that con-
siders needed improvements for Volusia
County and Flagler and Beverly Beaches in
Flagler County.
The MPO is currently seeking input from
all members of the community to help cre-
ate a plan that considers the diverse needs
of residents. The survey should take less
than 10 minutes to complete.
The survey can be found at www.volusia-
countympo.com.

Ponce Inlet holds food and
dry goods drive

The town of Ponce Inlet will hold the
"Heart of Ponce Inlet" food and dry goods
drive for soldiers, residents, children and
pets until Thursday, Dec. 31.
Items may be dropped off at town hall
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday, at 4300 S. Atlantic Ave.; the police
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Molly Wojcik of the Spruce
Creek Jazz Combo per-
forms with fellow musi-
cians during a fundraising
dinner at the Port Orange
Eagles recently. The band
needs money for a trip to
Europe in the spring.


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SCHS band heading for Eumrope in the spring


Still raising
money for
scholarships
for some
members
By Suzanne Grill
For Hometown News
Not many teenagers get
to take a 10-day trip to
Europe with 200 or so of
their closest friends and do
something they love per-
form.
But that's exactly what
Spruce Creek High School
band and color guard
members are looking for-
ward to a few short months
from now.
Andrew Kidd, director of
bands at Spruce Creek for
more than 20 years, has
made the trip before, and
invites the students to
share his enthusiasm for
world travel.
"I am very much into
International travel, "Mr.
Kidd said. "I love exposing
the kids to it. I have taken
the Jazz Band to China and
London in the past. I think
I've made about five trips
in the last 10 years."
The students will tour
Holland, Austria and Ger-
many, making stops to per-


form lively American-
Olympics- and John Phillip
Sousa-themed concerts in
Amsterdam, Rothenberg,
Koln and Munich. They are
scheduled to take the
Sound of Music Tour while
in Austria. Also on their
itinerary is a somber con-
cert at the Dachau Con-
centration Camp. The stu-
dents will perform a
musical ceremonial piece
they wrote themselves in
front of the Jewish Memor-


recession," Mr. Kidd said.
"We've asked more of the
community, and asked the
students for a stronger
commitment too."
Most of the trip's higher
costs have come from the
airlines.
"We are going to rent
equipment there," Mr.
Kidd explained, "because,
believe it or not, it's cheap-
er than taking it all with
us."
Isaac Isais, a drum


"Raising money has definitely been more diffi-
cult this year because of the recession. We've
asked more of the community, and asked the
students for a stronger commitment too."

Andrew Kidd
SCHS Band Director


ial Chapel.
Although the group has
conducted many fundrais-
ing events, including Ger-
man-themed dinners at
the local Eagles, American
Vets and Elks Clubs, they
are still raising money for
scholarships for deserving
students, especially to
cover the extra cost of tak-
ing luggage and band
instruments.
"Raising money has defi-
nitely been more difficult
this year because of the


major, said the trip has
caused lots of excitement
among band members.
"When we were told last
year that we were gong on
this trip, we were really
fired up and just carried
the flyers around with us to
remind ourselves that it
was really happening,"
Isaac, a junior, said. "It's all
anyone ever talked about
was saving money to go to
Europe. I'm doing extra
work around the house
and made a deal with my


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parents about my grades."
Above all his excitement
though, is the anticipation
of up-close learning about
real history.
"I am definitely looking
forward most to the
Dachau Memorial Con-
cert," Isaac said. "I love
history and to learn about
everything that went on
there it's heart breaking,
so I'm really honored to
play there."
Erin Kidd, a senior and
Band Captain (and daugh-
ter of Andrew) plays tenor
sax in the marching band
and clarinet in the sym-
phonic band. The Kidds
are a musical family, she
explained.
"I have been to Europe, a
few years ago with my par-
ents, but it was an arts
trip," she said. "We visited
galleries and museums
and churches. It should be
really fun to go now with
my friends and classmates.
I'm really looking forward
most to performing in a S crb I
foreign country and repre-
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after a city home suffered an electrical
fire.
"We want to do one better this year and
keep it totally green," Ms. Gilardi said.
Several factors contribute to holiday
fires including decorations overloading
the home's electrical system, live trees
that become dry and extremely flamma-
ble, and open candle flames. But the No. 1
cause, Ms. Gilardi said, is not holiday-
related, but weather-related.
"The biggest culprits are space heaters,"
she said. "People use them too close to
combustible or leave them on all night."


Dry trees are also a major problem, Ms.
Gilardi said.
"People don't know what to look for,"
she said. "When you're buying a tree, if the
needles are loose and come off in your
hands, you're already starting out with a
dry tree."
Even if a healthy tree is bought, many
people forget to keep it watered.
"You have to be very cautious," Ms.
Gilardi said.
The Keep the Wreath Green program
also includes daily fire safety tips for the
month of December. They can be found
on the fire department's Web site by going
to www.port-orange.org, choosing the fire
department link, and clicking on the
wreath for the tip of the day. The tips will
also run in the Hometown News.


Holiday fire safety tips
Dec. 1 Prior to buying a live tree, test its
freshness by pulling along a small branch.
If the needles fall away in your hand, the
tree is already too dry.
Dec. 2 Prior to buying an artificial tree,
make sure the tree bears a UL label of
approval and be certain the tree is made
of fire retardant materials.
Dec. 3 To keep a live tree fresh cut 1-2
inches from the bottom to expose fresh
wood and place it in water. Make sure
your tree stand can hold water. Check the
water level every day, and add water as
needed. Do not place trees near sources
of heat like radiators, space heaters or
heating ducts.
Dec. 4 Use candles with care. Keep can-
dles out of the reach of children and pets.
Burn candles inside a 1-foot circle of safe-
ty, free of anything that can ignite. Use
sturdy candleholders that will not tip over.
Never leave a burning candle unattended.
Dec. 5 Make sure all holiday lights are
UL labeled and inspect them prior to use.
If possible, use LED lights since they burn
cooler. Check each set of lights for broken
or crushed sockets, frayed or bare wires,


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or loose connections. Discard all dam-
aged lights.
Dec. 6 When hanging holiday lights,
either on your tree or outside, make sure
you follow the manufactures guidelines
on how many strands can be connected
together. Usually it is not more than 3.
Make sure you do not overload electrical
outlets or circuits. Do not run power cords
underneath rugs or carpets.
Dec. 7 When decorating, remember not
to block stairways, doors, or windows.
Remember to always unplug lights and
extinguish candles before leaving the
house or going to bed.
Dec. 8 Design a plan for your home and
your family. Make sure every one under-
stands exactly what to do and where to go
in an emergency. Also, make sure you
have enough smoke alarms.
Dec. 9 Know two ways out of every room
and practice them to make sure you all
exits are clear of clutter and windows can
be opened.
Dec. 10 Make sure you crawl low under
smoke and feel closed doors for heat. If
you come to a door that is warm, find
another way out.


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Church announces
winter schedule
Our Lady of Hope
Catholic Church has
announced its winter mass
schedule.
The new schedule will
begin on Saturday, Dec. 5,
and will be in effect until
the last Sunday in March
2010.


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day at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. and
Sunday morning at 7:30
a.m., 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Our Lady of Hope Church
is located at 4675 S. Clyde
Morris Ave., Port Orange.
For more information, call
(386) 788-6144 or visit the
Web site
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law.
Port Orange
Police Department
*Christopher J. Howell, 40,
of 5082 Orange Blvd., Port
Orange, was arrested Nov. 20
on charges of criminal mis-
chief. Bail was at $3,500.
*Christina Lynn Hall, 25, of
405 Leslie Drive, Port Orange,
was arrested Nov. 22 on
charges of grand theft. Bail
was set at $2,500.
*Scott Thomas Gettel, 21, of
3750 Gatewood Drive, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov. 22
on charges of possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon
and carrying a concealed
firearm. Bail was set at $2,500.
*Michael Timothy Dunbar,
21, of 820 Wildwood Circle,
Port Orange, was arrested
Nov. 24 on charges of dealing
stolen property. Bail was set at
$1,000.
*Herbert Mahlon Bassler,
41, of 140 Stuart Circle, Port
Orange, was arrested Nov. 26
on charges of retail theft and
possession of Alprazolam.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Jay J. Riehl, 52, of 5347
Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange,
was arrested Nov. 26 on
charges of trafficking in Oxy-
codone. Bail was not set.

South Daytona
Police Department
*Dawn M. Curry, 42, of 405
Banana Cay Drive, No. D,
South Daytona, was arrested
Nov. 20 on charges of posses-
sion of narcotics. Bail was set
at $2,000.
*Steven E Kent, 30, of 2444
Yale Road, South Daytona,
was arrested Nov. 23 on
charges of carrying a con-
cealed firearm. Bail was not
set.
*Jennifer Melissa Turkaly,
21, of 2110 S. Palmetto Ave.,


Above: Carrisa Leffel, 4, of
Port Orange walks a Shar-
pei/Shepherd mix named
Honey at the newly
opened Seemor Memorial
Dog Park in Port Orange
recently. The park is locat-
ed at the All Children's
Park on Spruce Creek
Road in Port Orange. The
park is named after Port
Orange resident David
Dixon's service dog,
Seemor, who died of can-
cer recently. Mr. Dixon is
an activist for local trans-
portation and disability
issues.

Right: Hank, a Yellow Lab,
takes a break from chasing
tennis balls at the park.

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Wanted person:
David Andrew Bainter
Alias:
David A. Bullock
Birth date:
Aug. 6, 1964
Reason wanted:
Fraudulent use
of credit card
Distinguishing Features:
Tattoos on both arms
and left leg
Last known location:
Edgewater
Crime Stoppers of
Northeast Florida is seek-
ing information on the
whereabouts of David
Andrew Bainter, 45.
Bainter was sentenced
to two years of probation
after pleading no contest
in September to one count
of fraudulent use of a cred-
it card. In October, a war-
rant was issued for Bain-
ter's arrest after he was
accused of violating the
terms and conditions of
his probation.
Bainter's last known
address was on Juniper

No. 38, South Daytona, was
arrested Nov. 26 on charges of
uttering a forgery. Bail was set
at $1,500.
Daytona Beach Shores
Police Department
*Crystal Gail Hickman, 31,
of 3064 S. Atlantic Ave., Apt.
11, Daytona Beach Shores,
was arrested Nov. 22
oncharges of armed burglary
of an occupied dwelling, bur-
glary, dealing in stolen prop-
erty and grand theft. Bail was
not set.


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Volusia County
Sheriffs Office
*Angelique Nichole Diehl,
29, of 3780 Clyde Morris
Blvd., No. 706, Port Orange,
was arrested Nov. 24 on
charges of sale and delivery
of cocaine. Bail was not set.
*William James Hayward,
33, of 1018 June Terrace,
South Daytona, was arrested
Nov. 24 on charges of battery
second subsequent offense
(domestic violence). Bail
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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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Why is gas more
in Port Orange/South Daytona?

I have been wondering why Port Orange and South Day-
tona residents have to pay 15 to 25 cents a gallon more for
gas than people in other communities. I travel a lot on the
weekends, and last weekend, I was in Eustis where I saw gas
was 25 cents less than it is in Port Orange and South Day-
tona. I do understand thatVolusia County does have a spe-
cial five-cent tax that a lot of other counties do not charge,
but that does not account for the 20 to 25-cent difference.

Dog Park is nice, but we need more benches

Thank you to the city of Port Orange for putting in a dog
park. They put in a wonderful dog park at the Spruce Creek
Recreation Facility on Spruce Creek Road. There is only one
drawback. They made the little dog park so small that there
are not enough benches for people to seat. Instead of put-
ting in nice wooden benches, like Holly Hill has, they put in
steel benches and they do look pretty. Except, there are only
two benches for the big park and one bench for the little
park. Why couldn't they just forgo the cost of the steel
benches and put in some more wooden benches so people
would be able to sit down? There are maybe 20 or 30 people
who come there at a time. We have to bring our own chairs.
Thank you city of Port Orange for putting in a dog park. We
no longer have to drive 45 minutes. We now have one here.

Share the road doesn't work

I do applaud the City of South Daytona for their inten-
tions of making life in our little city a bit easier with "Share
The Road," reduced speed limit on Reed Canal to 35 mph.
The traffic on Magnolia Avenue is exceeding the speed
limit of 25 mph as we speak. If we can't control the speed on
a thru street, how do we expect to control Reed Canal?
When the traffic monitor for speed was set up on Magnolia,
we stood and watched it register up to 41 mph and would
say the average speed of cars would be 31 mph.
Share the road? We can't share the sidewalk, so how do we
share the road? Common courtesy when meeting someone
on a sidewalk is to stay to your right and share. But no, if you
are meeting some of our teenagers, they do not know what
courtesy means.
Just this morning, we were riding our bikes on the side-
walk on Reed Canal and met three of our young people who
live in the area. When passing, they walked abreast of each
other forcing us off the sidewalk. Of course, we fell and
received some scratches. The drop off of the sidewalk is very
deep and it is impossible to keep your balance if forced
over. We can't get on Reed Canal because the traffic is heavy
and fast. And please, don't expect those drivers to yield to
anything.

Quit complaining

I love the Hometown News, but not all the people are
complaining about dogs on the walkways and a proposed
hotel. It used to be airport noise and a Super Wal-mart.
Can't we all just live in peace?

Why can't we use reclaimed water?

I would like someone to explain to me with some com-
mon sense the reasons for our water restrictions. I am a cer-
tified plant operator. I am certified by the state of Florida in
water and wastewater treatment. I am familiar with the use
of reclaimed water. We cannot use this water but once a
week because of the water restrictions. The news just said
we are in a drought and our yards are turning to dirt. That is
a very valuable resource that is going to waste. If we can't
use the reused water, it has to be discharged to the river. The
water is treated to a very high degree of disinfection and
clarity, but it will have an effect on the marine life because it
will change the salinity and brackishness of the river water.
All the major cities along the east coast of Volusia County
have reclaimed water. Now we can't use it, and I am think-
ing it is because of the St. John's Water Management Dis-
trict. They make a lot of the rules and regulations. Millions
of dollars have been spent by our county, local government
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Letters


Citizens need to get involved

What leaders in Florida are looking out for the middle
class who are being devastated by this economy? Just in
the past few days the headlines have been: "Florida
foreclosures highest in nation," "Unemployment is still on
the rise 11.2 percent," "Employers face a huge jump in
unemployment compensation taxes," "Home building
falls sharply," "Florida's tax system among worse in
nation," and "Citizens insurance premiums will increase
to 11 percent."
Where have all the leaders gone?
Volusia Tax Reform has been in existence since 2006 and
since then we have warned our elected officials what was
going to happen if they did not control their spending and
reduce the tax burden on Floridians. Some have listened,
but the majority have not listened to our early warnings.
Some elected officials are concerned we will be the next
California. Volusia Tax Reform believes we are already the
next California and we are concerned we will become the
next Detroit.
Volusia Tax Reform's budget study has shown how
unsustainable our local government's spending is.
The only way to change is for you the taxpayer to be


the new discharge requirements. Yet we can't use this. If we
get to water our grass with it, it not only brings out grass
back to life. It goes down through the natural disinfection
plan of the Earth and replenishes the aquifer, which was the
purpose to start with.

In response to
'Christmas coming way too soon'

In response to Christmas coming too soon, I agree with
the over commercialization of Christmas in the stores and
on TV. I for one, choose to ignore it.
My family is, like so many others, struggling to pay bills,
find work, etc. In these hard times, I am grateful for what we
"do" have. Good health and a loving family. I teach my 5-
year-old to be grateful. That is what the holidays are about. I
teach him to recycle and free-cycle what we don't need any-
more. There are less fortunate families and we always try to
help them throughout the year.
So for this Christmas holiday, I choose to "ignore" the
greed. With little money we do have, I go to thrift stores and
yard sales to buy presents. I spend time with my family and
we make cookies and make art projects for people.
The holidays are what you make of them. Be happy for
what you "do" have in life, and not what you are without.

In response to
'Volusia County students
need more homework'

I often read this column and have to shake my head. I am
so very grateful that there are wonderful parks where our
children are able to play and skateboard. Children spend all
day in school, which is where they should be learning.
Homework doesn't need to be every single day for hours
after school. Children need to have fresh air and exercise
and time to do what they enjoy. It is a release of energy in a
positive way. Being out in a park is a wonderful way for chil-
dren to do this. They are not being destructive, but learning
skills that develop a strong healthy body, mind, and spirit.
Maybe some people need to remember an old saying all
work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy. Let's try focusing on
what is good in our world and more of it will come to us all.

In response to
'Volusia County students
need more homework'

Whoa! Citing Volusia County Schools for not giving
enough homework as the reason for all the activity at a local
skate park on a school night was definitely incorrect. A
teacher can give all the homework in the world but unless a
student has a family that places a high regard on education,
the skate park will remain a popular nightly hangout.
The blame can be placed on our society. Time has
changed, for when I was a kid I viewed school as my job. I
equated grades with my paycheck, and I would not even
think of leaving home on a school night. Society's homes
need to return to being more than a place for our youth to
eat, bathe, and sleep each night, school or not.


involved. Join our taxpayer budget review committee.
Start attending city and county council meetings.
In order for our government to work properly, we need
you. The citizens are to be the checks and balances of our
government. Please help us save the state of Florida.

Margie Patchett
Executive Director ofVolusia Tax Reform

I shouldn't have to pay taxes for schools

Reviewing our property tax bill for the year 2009, we are
paying $65.24 for schools capital outlay and $274.23 for
school operating for a total of $339.47.
We do not believe we are due to pay these charges. We
do not have children attending the public school system.
We have never had children, so why do we have to pay
these school taxes?
We are sure there are many families in our predicament.
This would be a good class action lawsuit if a lawyer would
take it on and get our money returned.

Ray Boyd
Edgewater


Our schools need our support. More of the public need to
demand that our officials wisely invest our tax funds in the
schools of our children. Look at it as a sound investment in
our future, and cease thinking it's the responsibility of our
teachers to keep kids at home on school nights. If you really
want to make your head spin, venture out shopping on any
given school night, say around 9 p.m. The number of chil-
dren meandering store aisles in the company of an adult
who should know better is simply astounding.

In response to
'Volusia County students
need more homework'

I would like to say seeing students at Bethune Point Park
until 9:30 p.m. does not prove they are not getting homework. I
am a Volusia County teacher. I teach eighth grade, which is
probably about the age group of young teens being observed at
Bethune Point Park. As a teacher, I feel the need to say that I
don't know a middle school teacher that doesn't send home
homework. It is the responsibility of the parents and students
to make sure that homework is completed. I don't feel the
blame belongs on the teachers.
As a parent, I am a responsible parent that makes sure my
young child completes his homework, but I know that is not
always the case. Many students do not have parental supervi-
sion because many parents are forced to work two jobs in order
to keep up with their bills. This is where the supervision is lost
and the kids are out until 9:30 p.m. on school nights.
I must say I think it is a "good thing" that these students have
somewhere to go like Bethune Point Park to practice skate-
boarding. If they don't do it there they are going to do it in
parking lots, shopping plazas and anywhere else they can find
to "shred." I think the city, or whoever paid for the skate park,
made a wise choice to build something for our youth, smart
thinking on their part.
Yes, your tax dollars are going towards the schools. Visit a
school and see your tax dollars at work. I welcome volunteers
and observers into my classroom at anytime. You have every
right to do so. I think you will be amazed how well the tax dol-
lars are "stretched" by teachers so we can do our jobs above
and beyond what is required. I have taken a bit of offense by
the statements in the last paper and felt the need to defend our
teachers. Maybe the skate park should close a bit earlier, say 8
p.m. on school nights, then students could go home and do
their homework that they are supposedly not getting and the
residents around the park would be able to have peace at an
earlier time.

Service dogs are allowed on the beach

I have a service dog. I have talked to the beach patrol and
was told it is fine for me to bring the dog to the beach. We do
clean up after the dog. I am disabled and have been for 10
years. We do keep her on a leash. We were walking her
recently and got nothing but little comments under the
breath, dirty looks and a man telling me that he wanted to
know if the dog law was passed. I explained the rules to him,
and I showed him my service dog credentials. Some people
don't understand that a service dog can be on the beach. I
need this dog. She is a lifesaver. She does numerous things
to save my life.






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Business News


Honest-1 goes green
Honest-1 Auto Care in South Daytona has "gone green,"
promoting environmentally responsible practices that are
important now as more people hold on to their old cars.
Through the H-1 Auto Care Environmentally Sustain-
able Actions Program, the company employs eco-friendly
practices in four primary categories: pollution preven-
tion, recycling, resource conservation and offering and
promoting eco-friendly services to customers
Honest-1 also has introduced a proprietary line of eco-
friendly car fluids that reduce emissions and it offers a
eco-tune up.
In addition, Honest-1 Auto Care has partnered with the
non-profit American Forests, which plants trees in forests
that have been severely harmed by wildfire, pests, devel-
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Learn to deal with holiday stress
Professional Consulting Hypnotist Larry Lunnin will
hold a workshop titled "Turn Holiday Stress into Holiday
Success" at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 14, at The Yoga Center
south of International Speedway Boulevard on A1A.
Participants will learn how to relax and release stress
before it causes mental and/or physical damage.
Cost is $12.
Pre-register is requested. Participants may sign up at
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Drop ins are welcome, but if there are not enough
people signed up ahead of time the class may be can-
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School News

Essay and poster contest winners
announced
AMVETS Post 911 has announced the winners for the
AMVETS Against Drugs and Alcohol Abuse poster and
essay contest.
Primary level, kindergarten to second grade: Thomas
Banks, first place; Cy Hesselton, second place.
Intermediate level: Kaelyn Gilmor, first place; Jace
Bower, second place.
Middle school: Cody Conrad, first place; DJ Frenette,
second place.
High school: Bo Godawa, first place; Brian Lowe, sec-
ond place

VFW contest winners named
The Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Ladies Auxiliary,
Post 3282, Port Orange, recently held its annual "Voice
of Democracy, Patriot's Pen and Teachers of the Year"
awards dinner.
Voice of Democracy is a National Veterans of Foreign
Wars Program brought into local high schools. Students
express their patriotic views in a recorded essay on a
specific theme. This year's theme is "Does America Still
Have Heroes?"
All winners received plaques, award citations, medals
and bonds and State Commander Stephen Surface pre-
sented them with Veterans of Foreign Wars Challenge
Coins.
The winners were:
Spruce Creek High School: Corbin McKeon, first;
Gretchen Krantz, second; Melodie Khosrovani, third.
Atlantic High School: Andrew Ulrich, first.
Mainland High School: Caitlin Sylvia, first; Dylan
Fisher, second; Rima Nathan, third.
The overall Voice of Democracy winner was Andrew
Ulrich, Atlantic High School.
His entry will advance the District 19 level to compete
with Florida's other Districts.
Patriot's Pen is a similar essay competition brought
into middle schools. This year's Patriot's Pen theme is
"When Is The Right Time To Honor Our Military
Heroes?"
The winners were:
Creekside Middle School: Ryan Roberts, first; Myles
Mireles, second; Jennifer Garver, third.
Ryan Roberts' entry will advance the District 19 level
to compete with Florida's other Districts.
Teachers of the Year awards were presented to Mario
D. Ochoa of Spruce Creek High School and Christine
Ames of Cypress Creek Elementary School.
Each received a plaque and an engraved red crystal
apple paperweight.
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High School International
Baccalaureate program, is
also a National Hispanic
Recognition Program
Scholar for 2008-2009, and
is currently a National Merit
Semi-Finalist 2009-2010.
Jeremy is a member of
Creek's Jazz Ensemble, Mu
Alpha Theta, National
Spanish Honor Society and
Art Club. He is the son of
Victor and Sarah Pappa of
Ormond Beach.


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watercolors one of which is
the first painting done of Fort
Matanzas in St. Augustine, a
very rare find that one of the
Browns' consultants found in,
of all places, Sweden.
Mr. Libby explained that
many of the artists whose
work is featured in the art
book whose cover and
design was supervised by
Mrs. Brown herself, came to
Florida on their way to Cuba
or Mexico. Most artists came
from the northeast and the
Midwest, and most were
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Most of them were here in the
winter. The foliage and birds
in the paintings give clues to
the time of year they were
here working.
Mr. Libby had the difficult
task of choosing just 69 works
from the 2,400 pieces in the
Brown's collection. "It was
hard to select those that
would represent a cross sec-
tion of this outstanding col-
lection of art," Mr. Libby said.
But he endeavored to provide
the most accurate informa-
tion on the artists and the
pieces, no matter how
obscure or how deep he had
to dig. Incorporating a socio-
logical background, such as
what was going on after the
Civil War and that post-war
culture, then the expansion of
industrialization, was anoth-
er of Mr. Libby's goals.
William Aiken Walker, an
African-American artist who
fought in the Civil War before
moving to Florida, lived in
Ponce Inlet and traveled
around the state painting.
One of his most famous
works is a portrait of the only
African-American man to
receive permission from the
legislature to be buried in the
now-historic Hastings Ceme-
tery in Ponce Inlet, which at
the time was strictly reserved
for whites.
Famous artist Thomas Hart
Benton's only Florida paint-
ing is in the collection and
featured in the new book. It is
a dramatic portrayal of an
unsuspecting man coming
upon an alligator. Artists
braved life and limb to com-
plete landscapes in our state.
"It was very difficult," Mr.


Libby explained, "to get into
the springs, the Everglades...
they were much less accessi-
ble and hospitable. But you
can still find great joy and cel-
ebration at being in those
beautiful environments."
Naturally, there are many
interesting, beautiful, and
socially and historically
important works in the col-
lection, which Mr. Libby
describes as "the greatest
Florida art by the greatest
artists, and a handful of those
whose stars never really got to
shine." Although it's almost
impossible to choose a
favorite, Mr. Libby did say,
with difficulty, that he
thought "the most exquisite
painting in this collection is
Martin Johnson Heade's early
depiction of the St. Johns
River."
Mrs. Brown chose N.C.
Wyeth's Dance of the Whoop-
ing Cranes, which graces the
book's cover. This painting
was part of a series of illustra-
tions for Florida author Mar-
jorie Kinnan Rawlings' book,
The Yearling. The painting
hung over the mantle in her
Cross Creek home for years
before winding up in Califor-
nia, placed at auction and
purchased by the Browns.
Reflections includes photo-
graphs and bibliographies on
all its featured artists, plus
additional online informa-
tion.
Mr. Libby is currently work-
ing on a three volume series,
The Dictionary of Florida Art.
The book went on sale in
the museum this week and
the exhibit is on display until
May 17, 2010.
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Avenue at the Hurricane Beach
and Sportswear Store about 6:30
p.m. and within minutes the
building was engulfed in flames.
Firefighters worked hard against a
brisk wind to keep other business-
es in the Winn Dixie Shopping
Plaza safe from the flames. The
business was closed at the time
and no one was hurt but the cause
of the fire is under investigation.
Investigators with the state fire
marshal's office at the scene the
day after the fire said their was no
obvious cause, but that the
damage is so significant it could be
a while before they are able to say
whether the fire was an accident or
deliberately set. The owner of the
business refused any comment,
but the property manager told
WESH 2 he had operated the
business for 18 years and didn't
appear to have financial problems,
though many in the area told us
business has been very slow. The
gift store fire is the third to burn on
the beachside this year and
officials say they will look into
whether there is any link. They
estimate the most recent business
loss at more than $250,000.


Three men indicted in
teen's murder
AVolusia County grand jury
returned indictments against three
men accused in the stabbing death
of a teenager on the boardwalk in
Daytona Beach. Raymond North,
23, is charged with first-degree
murder. He allegedly stabbed
Robyn Munsch, 16, in the chest
twice during a fight at the band-
shell a few weeks ago. The grand
jury indicted Dallas Mobbs, 21,
and Carl Beck, 20, with accessory
after the fact in connection to the
murder.

WESH 2 holds 'Share Your
Christmas' food drive
We hope you join us for our
annual WESH 2 Share Your Christ-
mas food drive. We've been doing
it for decades and Central Florida
has been incredibly generous over
the years. For reasons all of us
know, the need is greater than ever.
InVolusia County, we'll be at the
Sunshine Park Mall at 2400 S.
Ridgewood Ave. in South Daytona,
Monday, Dec. 8 and we hope you
can take a moment to drive over
and drop off canned goods, paper
goods, diapers, personal hygiene


needs and anything else you can
think of that will help folks through
the holidays. If you don't have
anything in the cupboard, a Publix
in the shopping plaza is working
with us to make it convenient to
give. I will be there beginning at
5:30 a.m. and we always enjoy
saying hello to visitors and taking
donations. Please, come by and
say hi and help us ensure that
Volusia County residents are cared
for this season. Everything we
collect locally will stay in our area
and fill area food pantries.

Two business
thieves arrested
Daytona Beach police arrested a
pair of thieves they say didn't just
break into businesses to burglarize
them. Investigators said the
suspects broke down walls using
stolen trucks to get access and
think they've been at it for perhaps
two years. When police caught up
with Lavarus Peterkin and Clau-
dious Stallings, they also found
stolen property all over the home
they were staying at on Sunset
Boulevard. Authorities say they
found piles of clothes with the tags
still on them in every corner of the
house. They found cell phones, MP


3 players, stereos, motorbikes and
much more. Most were still in
boxes, ready for sale, according to
police. Investigators said the men
stole at least 17 Dodge trucks over
the years, using them to break
through the walls of businesses,
load up the merchandise and go,
typically dumping the stolen trucks
after each heist. Police won't
elaborate, but said for some reason,
Dodge trucks are easier to steal. The
men are being charged with grand
theft using a motor vehicle, which
caused damage. The stolen vehicle
aspect of the crime carries a greater
penalty on conviction.

Police investigate murder
The day after Thanksgiving,
police in Daytona Beach found
themselves investigating the ninth
murder of the year. James Tolbert,
34, was stabbed in the chest and
shot in the back at his apartment
on Division and Baldwin Lane.
Police said Tolbert was able to run
to a neighbor's apartment before
collapsing. They recovered a
shotgun nearby. Officers are
looking for two men seen running
from the area after the murder, but
they admit they don't have much
of a description. They tell us drugs


and drug paraphernalia were
found inside the victim's apart-
ment, but it's unclear if drugs were
a motive in the murder.

HUM donates 800 turkeys
to families in need
Halifax Urban Ministries and
other charity groups were busy
over the Thanksgiving holiday and
were delighted to be able to give
away more than 800 turkeys and
groceries to folks in need. Pastor
Troy Ray said more people need a
hand this holiday season because
of the economy and that families
who up until this year had man-
aged to provide for themselves are
now looking for help because of
job losses. The faith based min-
istries organization helps with
food and rent assistance and the
need for rent money has skyrock-
eted. Fortunately, donations that
had fallen off last year have
increased this holiday season.
Pastor Ray says it appears those
who have are aware of how
important it is to help those who
have not. The ministries is hoping
that donation efforts keep up
through the Christmas season and
beyond because folks are in need
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Canaveral. She is quite a
vessel.
Much larger than all other
Carnival ships, the Dream
has many firsts for Carnival
and many industry innova-
tions and enhancements.
The Dream is different
from all other Carnival ships
in that it is bigger and has
added features that will
appeal to many cruisers,
whether they are Carnival
fans or not.
As with all their newer
vessels, it was designed by
architect and designer Joe
Farcus who, in my opinion,
is over-the-top in color and
concept however, I also
must say each of his designs
is top notch.
The Dream, I felt, was
more brass and glass than
others, but still with
unimaginable amounts of
color and lines that go from
wavy to geometric and are
lighted in some form or
another.
We entered the Dream on
deck three, right onto the
lowest deck of the 11 story
atrium. There is definitely a
wow factor. You look up
from the atrium floor,
following the glass elevators
up to deck 14, and all you
see are squares of lighted
yellow/gold glass with specs
of a darker bronze. These
lighted squares (sometimes
seen in other shapes) can be
found in various areas
around the ship.
Each floor surrounding
the atrium with its glass
circular stairway that goes
up to deck five has brick-
color banquettes surround-
ing the glass railing so you
can watch entertainment
that goes on throughout the
day in the atrium.
From the atrium going
forward will bring you to the
lowest level of the three
story Encore theatre which
was lovely in its
orange/brick and beige
tones.


We did see a portion of
the show "Dancing in the
Streets" which was an
upbeat musical and dance
ensemble; very enjoyable.
We had a great view, but
there are areas you will need
to avoid due to obstructions
by poles. There is plenty of
seating.
We ate a wonderful lunch
in the Scarlet Restaurant. If
this is indicative of all meals
aboard then there should be
no complaints. The wait
staff was pleasant and
efficient.
Speaking of lunch, while
touring the ship we went by
The Gathering, which is the
buffet on lido deck and
although the food looked
good, there were lines at all
of the food kiosks even
though many folks were off
the ship on excursions. This
might be a concern for me,
however it is a new ship and
a new layout, therefore they
can be excused until
everything falls into place.
On deck four you will find
one of the biggest confer-
ence rooms at sea, with
removable walls so you may
have three meetings at one
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across the middle of the
deck connecting to a lanai
with its spa hot tubs
hanging off both sides of
the ship.
Ocean Plaza offers
entertainment, Plaza Bar
and Caf6. There is both daily
and nightly entertainment.
Walking from the lanai
along the upper prome-
nade, you will come across
Wasabi sushi bar, Caliente
dance club, The Song jazz
bar, Sam's Piano Bar and
onto the 420-seat Burgundy
Lounge; like I said, lots of
action on deck five.
The Dream offers Cloud 9
Spa staterooms and suites,
which gives you private
access, special amenities
and priority reservations.
The room, although pretty
much the same size, has
decor and an overall feeling
of relaxation, as do the
corridors getting to and
from your spa stateroom.
The technology on board
this ship is unbelievable.
Instead of the Internet cafes
on most ships, the Dream
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onboard activities.
You can create blogs for
other, like-minded folks
onboard to share and you
can leave messages for
those in your family or
group to let them know
where you are and what
your plans are, really fun
stuff. The ship has Wi-Fi
almost everywhere on board
and once you sign up (there
is a fee) you can use your
laptop.
The Carnival Dream will
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homeport starting with a
nine-day sailing Dec. 3. She
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alternating Eastern and
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department, 24 hours a day,
at 4301 S. Peninsula Drive;
the fire department, 4680 S.
Peninsula Drive or the com-
munity center from 9 a.m. to
12:30 p.m., Monday,
Wednesday and Friday and
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday
and Thursday at 4670 S.
Peninsula Drive.
Items collected for sol-
diers include: coffee, Chap-
stick, sunscreen, hand sani-
tizer, T-shirts, pens,
stationary, stamps and
phone cards.
Canned goods and non-
perishable items are being
collected. As well as pet sup-
plies.
New, unwrapped toys for
children of all ages are need-
ed.

Pancake breakfast
scheduled

The Atlantic High School
bowling teams will hold a
pancake breakfast fundrais-
er from 8 to 10 a.m., Satur-
day, Dec. 5, at Aunt Catfish's
in Port Orange.
Pancakes, scrambled
eggs, orange juice and cof-
fee will be served.
Tickets are $5 per person
at the door or in advance.


Church holds
open house

All Saints Lutheran
Church will hold an open
house from 1 to 4 p.m., Sun-


day, Dec. 6, at 751 Dunlaw-
ton Ave., Port Orange.
There will be a large dis-
play of a Judean countryside
village/nativity scene and
free refreshments.
For more information, call
(386) 761-9129.

Luminaria sale
planned

The Spruce Creek High
School Bands and Orchestra
will be conducting its annu-
al luminaria sale from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5
and Dec. 12.
The students will be walk-
ing door to door in full uni-
form to solicit the commu-
nity for their support.
Each luminaria kit con-
tains 10 candles, 10 bags,
sand, and instructions.
Donations are $6 per kit.
All proceeds from this sale
will be used to support the
Spruce Creek High School
music program to purchase
new instruments, music,
bus transportation, and
replacement of uniforms.
Donations are tax
deductible.
The luminaries line the
driveways and sidewalks
and are lit on Christmas Eve.
The rain date is Christmas
Night.
For more information call
the music office at (386)
756-7200 Ext. 37754.

Holiday lighting
contest planned

The city of South Daytona
is holding a holiday decora-
tions contest. Residences


and businesses may partici-
pate.
A panel of judges will be
out looking, so decorations
should be completed and lit
byWednesday, Dec. 9.
Winners will be notified in
advance and recognized on
Thursday, Dec. 17, at their
location.
For more information, call
the Parks and Recreation
Department at (386) 322-
3070.

Choirs to
perform Noel

Three community choirs
will be performing the musi-
cal drama "Noel."
The three choirs are from
Covenant United Methodist
Church in Port Orange,
Community United
Methodist Church of Day-
tona and First United
Methodist Church of New
Smyrna Beach.
Performances will be held
at 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 11, at
Riverside Park in New Smyr-
na Beach. Those attending
should bring a chair.
Another program will be
held at 7 p.m., Saturday,
Dec. 12, at Covenant United
Methodist Church in Port
Orange, 3701 S. Clyde Mor-
ris Blvd.
"Noel" will also be per-
formed at 10 a.m., Sunday,
Dec. 20, at Community
United Methodist Church,
616 Harvey Ave., Daytona
Beach.
A donation of $5 will be
accepted.
For more information, call
(386) 290-5207.
Korean War Veterans


to hold Christmas
luncheon

Korean War Veterans
Association of Central Flori-
da East Coast Chapter 189
will hold a Christmas lunch-
eon at noon, Tuesday Dec.
8, at Duff's Original Buffet,
2400 S. Ridgewood Ave. in
South Daytona.
Pastor Mike Salazar will
be the featured speaker. Pas-
tor Mike is the associate
pastor with Thee Garden
International, and he served
in Korea in 1969 with the
Second Army Division.
Former Department of
Florida Korean War Veterans
Association President Bob
Balzer will swear in the offi-
cers for 2010: President
Gene Swarbrick, First Vice
President Bob McGuire, Sec-
ond Vice President Rick
Kennedy, Treasurer Bob
Hawes and Secretary Dee
Hawes.
The public is invited.
There is a charge for the
meal.
The next meeting is at 2
p.m., Tuesday, Jan 19, at
Emory L. Bennett Veterans
Nursing Home, 1920 Mason
Ave., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 761-0912.

Travel club
schedules luncheon

The Port Orange Recre-
ational Travel Club will hold
a luncheon meeting at 11
a.m., Friday, Dec. 11, at the
Palmetto Club in Daytona
Beach.
The club is for people 55


and older.
For more information, call
(386) 322-0786.

Library holds catalog
training class

The Port Orange Regional
Library will hold a catalog
training class at 2 p.m.,
Thursday, Dec. 10, at the
library, 1005 City Center Cir-
cle.
Participants will learn
how to use the SurfCat to
look up the latest movies,
books, audio book titles,
Overdrive downloadable
titles and other materials, to
place reservations, renew
materials online and check
an online account.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152 Ext. 2.

Peaceful protest
time changed

ProActivists of Volusia
County, a non-partisan citi-
zens group, will stand from
3:45 to 4:45 p.m., each Tues-
day afternoon on the corner
of Dunlawton Avenue and
U. S. Highway 1 by the Port
Orange fountain.
They stand for getting out
of Iraq now, Medicare for all
(not the current Democratic
reform bill), peace and other
progressive issues.

Advanced Internet
class offered

An advanced Internri
class will be held at 2 p.m .
Tuesday, Dec. 12, at ihr.
Port Orange Regional


Library, 1005 City Center
Circle.
The free course is
designed to get more
advanced users acquainted
with the new technology
and resources available with
computers and the Internet.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152 Ext. 2.

Boat parade
scheduled

Daytona Beach Police
Chief Mike Chitwood will be
the grand marshal of the
Daytona Beach Christmas
Boat Parade at 6:30 p.m.,
Saturday, Dec. 5.
Brightly lit boats decorat-
ed in holiday themes will
parade south on the Halifax
River starting at the
Seabreeze Bridge, enter the
Halifax Harbor Marina
North and continue to the
South Basin.
There are many good
viewing points along the
river, including the
Seabreeze, Main Street and
Memorial Bridges.

For more information or to
make a reservation, call
(386) 255-7459.





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FRIDAY, Dec. 4
*Movie under the stars: The
Port Orange Family Days
Community Trust will show a
double feature Friday. "Home
Alone" will be shown at 6:30
p.m., and "Elf" will be show at
8:15 p.m. Both films are rated
PG will be shown at the Parker
Amphitheater at the Port
Orange City Center. Refresh-
ments will be available for
purchase.
*"Oliver": The Little Theatre
of New Smyrna Beach will
perform the classic Tony
Award winning "Oliver!" based
on Charles Dickens's well
known Oliver Twist. Evening
Performances will be 7 p.m.,
Friday and Saturday, Sunday
matinees will be at 2 p.m..
Reserved seating is available
for purchase at the box office
by calling (386) 423-1246 or
by visiting in person. Visa,
MasterCard and Discover are
accepted. Tickets are $18 for
adults, $17 for seniors and $9
for students under 18. The box
office is open weekdays from
1-4 p.m. and two hours before
each performance. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1246 or visit the Little Theatre
online at www.NsbPlayers.org.
*Nativity Exhibit: The
Basilica of St. Paul will feature
nativity scenes from around
the world until Tuesday, Dec. 8.
Weekend hours are 9:30 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Week day hours are
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Basilica of
Saint Paul is located at 317
Mullally St., Daytona Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 252-5422 Ext 308.
*Cinematique: "A Little
Romance" will be shown until
Friday, Dec 10, at the Book-
store Cafe, 410 S. Nova Road,
Ormond Beach. The 1979
romantic comedy is rated PG.
Lawrence Olivier and Diane
Lane star in this romance of a
French boy and an American
girl who meet and begin a
little romance. This is a look at
how children behave away
from adults. The film will be
shown at 7 p.m. Friday, 2 p.m.
Saturday, noon Wednesday
and 7 p.m., Thursday. For more
information on Cinematique,
visit Cinematique.org.
SATURDAY, Dec. 5
*Christmas in the Park: The
city of Port Orange will hold its
tree lighting ceremony and
community choir celebration
at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5.
This event brings the commu-
nity together for a night of
holiday classics and is the
traditional kickoff of the
Christmas season in Port
Orange. Church choirs from
throughout Port Orange form
the community choir. From
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Mannheim Steamroller with Chip Davis will perform at the Peabody Auditorium.


Christmas Music of Mannheim


Steamroller comes to Peabody


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
The Christmas Music of
Mannheim Steamroller
by Chip Davis will be per-
formed at 4:30 p.m. and
7:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 11,
at the Peabody Auditori-
um.
Created by Chip Davis,


Mannheim Steamroller's
signature sound is where
classical and modern-day
rock, acoustic and elec-
tronic music meet. Cele-
brate the spirit of the sea-
son with the "18th
century rock band" that
has become one of the
mostpopular and best-
selling acts in the last 30


years.
Over his 28-year career,
Chip Davis has sold more
than 36 million albums.
Of those, more than 20
million albums have
been the Christmas
music of Mannheim
Steamroller.
The newest holiday
release, "Christmas Cele-


bration," is well on its
way to matching and suc-
ceeding the first three
studio Christmas albums
in sales.
Tickets start at $45.
Tickets are available at
the Peabody box office,
charge by phone at (800)
745-3000,or online at
www.ticketmaster.com.


The Club Scene


*The Aquarium: Neil
Freestone will perform
acoustic '80s rock from 5-9
p.m. each Friday. The
Fabulous Slidells perform
classic rock from 4-8 p.m.
each Saturday, and Nancy
Heartline will perform folk
acoustic music from 4-8 p.m.
each Sunday. Aquarium
nightclub hours are from
9:30 p.m.-2:30 a.m., Friday
and Saturday. The Aquarium
is located at 125 Basin St.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 255-
6477 www.AquariumDay-
tona.com.
*Bank & Blues Club:
Daytona Blues Society True
Blues Jam is held at 7:30
p.m. each Wednesday. The
Show Case Act will be held at
8:30 p.m. Daytona Blues
Society "True Blues" Live Jam
open jam session is held
from 10 p.m.-1 a.m. each
Wednesday at 701 Main St.,
Daytona Beach. There is a $3
cover. For more information
and a full events schedule,
visit the Web site at


www.DaytonaBluesSociety.or
g.
*First Turn Steakhouse:
Donnie Bostic and Rhythm
Sharks will perform at 6 p.m.,
Friday at the tiki bar. Early Ray
Borden will perform at 6
p.m., Saturday at the tiki bar.
First Turn Steakhouse is
located at 5236 S. Ridge-
wood Ave., Port Orange. For
more information, call (386)
788-5434 or visit www.first-
turnsteakhouse.com.
*Five O'Clock Charley:
This band will perform rock
'n' roll, blues and country hits
from 5:30-9:30 p.m.,
Saturday at the Ormond
Eagles Club Christmas Party,
190 S. Nova Road, Ormond
Beach. The band will perform
from 7-10 p.m., Wednesday
at the Moose Family Center,
601 W. Granada Blvd.,
Ormond Beach. The band
performs from 5:30-8:30
p.m. each Thursday at Pirana
Grille, 241 N. U. S. Highway
1, Ormond Beach. For more
information, visit www.fiveo-
clockcharley.com.


*Frappes North: Wine
tasting are held at 6 p.m.
the first Tuesday of each
month. Reservations are
required. Live Music Friday
Nights are held from 7-11
p.m. Frappes is located at
123 W. Granada Blvd. in
Ormond Beach. To make
reservations, call (386) 615-
4888 or visit the Web site at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Garlic: Blues and jazz
musicians perform seven
nights a week. "Muddy Harp"
Hodgeson will play the blues
from 7-11 p.m., Friday and
Saturday. He will be joined
by saxophonist Ray Guiser
from 9 to 11 p.m., Saturday.
Sax man Thom Chambers
will also perform from 6-10
p.m., Sunday and Monday.
Pianist and vocalist Michael
Lamy will perform from 6-10
p.m., Tuesday. Mr. Hodgson
will perform from 6-10 p.m.,
Wednesday and Thursday.
The Garlic is located at 556 E.
Third Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 424-6660.


*Inlet Harbor: Les B Fine
will perform from noon-4
p.m., Friday. Then2Now hits
the stage at 5 p.m., Friday
and Saturday. Caribbean
Possee will perform from
noon-4 p.m., Saturday and
12:30-4:30 p.m., Sunday.
Steve Hageman will perform
at 5 p.m., Sunday. Eddie
Uzzle will perform at 5 p.m.,
Monday. Mike Caso will hit
the stage at 5 p.m., Tuesday.
Greg Cardino will perform at
5 p.m., Wednesday. Mr.
Hageman will perform at 5
p.m., Thursday. Inlet Harbor is
located at 133 Inlet Harbor
Road, Ponce Inlet. For more
information, call (386) 767-
5590.
*Java Jungle: Open Mic
Night with Wes Malone is at
7 p.m. each Thursday.
Musicians, authors, singers,
poets and composers are
welcome. Java Jungle is
located at 4606 Clyde Morris
Blvd., Unit 2P, Port Orange.
For more information, call
(386) 760-8969.
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Aries-March 21-April 19
Endurance is one of your
greatest gifts. You are the first
sign in the zodiac. You run
the longest race. We are all
thankful for your strong spirit
and example. We look up to
you and thank you for always
being there. Your fiery nature
lights the way and keeps us
from getting lost. May the
coming holidays be very spe-
cial.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
When life gets overloaded,
take a step back, along with
a deep breath and get a sec-
ond wind. Then refocus and
move forward. Call on family,
friends or loved ones when
you need a helping hand or
friendly voice. That's what
friends are for. You always
give to others. Let it come
back. Now everyone is
happy.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Keep searching for balance.
Stay happy and glowing
inside. It's all about the
choices we make. Find
humor in small things. You
have a sweet inner child.
Your heart is as large and lov-
ing. When you are happy, the
world is happy. Guide your
life toward peace, love,
health and abundance. It's all
that really matters.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your spirit is so strong. Your
heart prevails. People
admire, love and respect
you. There is so much more
you want to do. Stay active
over the holidays, but don't
overdo it. You are a people
person, capable of great hap-
piness and achievement.
When you get fired up and
turned on, this world is a far
better place to be in.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Your life force is so strong
and vibrant. You have a free
flowing connection between
your body, mind, heart and
soul. Use these great gifts to
wind down your work in
2009 and then celebrate and
rejoice over the holidays.
Now is the time to make
plans for the New Year and
start it off on an even higher
path of greatness.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
You have a guardian angel
sitting on your shoulder,
guiding you. The key is to fol-
low your heart, not the head.
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Three talented students named Superstars of Volusia


For Hometown News
Volnews@hometownnewsol.com
Three talented students
were selected as the top
winners at SuperStars of


Volusia 2009 by a panel of
performing arts profession-
als at Mainland High School
on Saturday, Nov. 21.
Nicole Danielle is the
SuperStars of Volusia 2009


first place winner.
She performed "The Girl
in 14 G" as her talent. She is
a home-schooled seventh
grade student and a student
of Janet Rabe-Meyer, a voice


instructor at Daytona State
College. Nicole is a dance
student at South Beach
Dance Studio and has stud-
ied at the Maryland Conser-
vatory of Music. She recently
returned from Los Angeles
where she secured a talent
agent to help her in career
development. She will
choose between a $2,000
cash award and multiple
hours in a recording studio
to complete a vocal CD.
Xavier Durden is the sec-
ond place winner. Xavier is
a senior at Atlantic High
School and an active partici-


pant in the Theatre Arts pro-
gram at the high school. He
performed "Ave Maria" and
"Bring Him Home" from
"Les Miserables." He will
choose between a $1,500
cash award and multiple
hours in a recording studio
to complete a vocal CD.
Leontyne Carter is the
third place winner. Leon-
tyne is a senior at Atlantic
High School and an active
participant in the school's
Theatre Arts program, as
well as taking advantage of
every local performing
opportunity. She sang "Sum-


mertime" from "Porgy and
Bess." She will choose
between a $500 cash award
and multiple hours in a
recording studio to com-
plete a vocal CD.
Presented by the Daytona
Beach Symphony Society,
SuperStars of Volusia is a
performing arts competi-
tion in music, voice, drama
and dance for Volusia Coun-
ty students ages 12 to 18.
For more information
about SuperStars of Volusia
and information about the
symphony society's concert
season, call (386) 253-2901.


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the stage of the Kenneth W.
Parker Amphitheater, Mayor
Allen Green and the City
Council will light the official
Port Orange Christmas tree.
Lighting of the tree signals the
appearance of Santa Claus,
who traditionally stops by to
wish everyone a happy holiday
and bring a special gift for the
little kids. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 506-5851.
*Chistmas parade: The
town of Ponce Inlet will hold
its first Christmas parade at 1
p.m., Saturday. The parade will
begin at Harbour Village
Boulevard and South Peninsu-
la Drive and will go toward the
Ponce Inlet lighthouse, at 4931
S. Peninsula Drive
*Ponce Inlet tree lighting:
The Children's Activity Com-
mittee of Ponce Inlet and the
Ponce Inlet Police Athletic
League will hold its annual
Christmas tree lighting and
children's Christmas party at 6
p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5, at the
fire department. Santa will
arrive at 6:15 p.m. at the
community center. Participants
should bring their own
cameras to take pictures with
Santa.Bring a blanket and a
chair and watch the movie
"Prancer" at 7:30 p.m., at the
tennis courts at Timothy
Pollard Park. Complimentary
hot chocolate and popcorn will
be served. New, unwrapped
toys for Halifax Urban Min-
istries will be collect, as well as
non-perishable food items for
"The Bread Man." For more
information, call (386) 322-
4190 or (386) 236-9160.
*Nutcracker Ballet: Decem-
ber at the Peabody offers the
Civic Ballet of Volusia County
returning with their perform-
ance of the Nutcracker Ballet


at 2 and 7 p.m., Saturday.
Dazzling dancers bring
Tchaikovsky's musical grand
vision to life. Nearly 70 Volusia
County children will perform
on stage, dancing the roles of
Clara, the Prince, snowflakes,
candy canes, angels, mice and
party guests. For more
information, visit
www.PeabodyAuditorium.org
or call (386) 671-3462.
Tickets to all PeabodyAuditori-
um performances can be
purchased at www.TicketMas-
ter.com, by calling (800) 745-
3000 or in-person at the
Peabody Auditorium, located
at 600 Auditorium Blvd.,
Daytona Beach.
*Yard and craft sale: The
Friends of the Edgewater
Library will sponsor a commu-
nity yard and craft sale from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday at the
Edgewater Public Library.
Donations of new or gently
used items are welcomed for
the silent auction to be held
inside the library the same
date.
*Christmas parade: The City
of Holly Hill will celebrate its
50th annual parade, with "A
Golden Christmas" at 10 a.m.,
Saturday. The parade starts at
14th Street and runs south on
U.S. Highway 1 to 10th Street.
There will be a Parade Fest
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at
Hollyland Park, 1082 Ridge-
wood Ave. There will be
crafters, food vendors and a
visit from Santa. For more
information, call (386) 248-
9460.
*Concert: International
musical artist Catherine Imbert
will appear "Live in the Library"
at 2 p.m. Saturday at the New
Smyrna Beach Regional
Library, 1001 S. Dixie Freeway.
Ms. Imbert will present a
medley of holiday music
ranging from classical pieces to
spiritual favorites and tradition-


al Christmas carols. Her
original composition, "Looking
Back," a musical adaptation of
"The Ugly Duckling," will round
out the program. Joining Ms.
Imbert will be two of her
advanced students, Renusha
Indralingam and Tori Giuliani,
on piano, guitar, keyboard and
drums. The performance,
sponsored by the Friends of
the Library, is free and open to
the public. Light refreshments
will be served. For more
information, call (386) 424-
2910 Ext. 111.
*Sidewalk Sale: This event
will be held from 8 a.m. to
noon, Saturday only at Booth's
Bowery 3675 S. Nova Road.
Partial proceeds to benefit Toys
for Tots. They will also be
accepting new, unwrapped
toys and saleable items.
*Pancake breakfast:
Atlantic High School Bowling
Teams will hold a pancake
breakfast fundraiser from 8-10
a.m., Saturday, at Aunt
Catfish's in Port Orange.
Pancakes, scrambled eggs,
orange juice and coffee will be
served. Tickets are $5 per
person at the door or in
advance. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 316-5662.
*Christmas bazaar: Grace
Episcopal Church will hold its
annual Christmas bazaar from
9 a.m.-3 p.m., in the Parish Life
Center, 4110 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Port Orange. There will
be holiday decorations, crafts,
jewelry, baked goods and
more.
*Boat parade: Daytona
Beach Police Chief Mike
Chitwood will be the grand
marshal of the Daytona Beach
Christmas Boat Parade at 6:30
p.m., Saturday. Brightly lit
boats decorated in holiday
themes will parade south on
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Tony winning 'AVENUE Q' comes to Peabody V


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"AVENUE Q" makes its
Daytona Beach debut at
7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 12,
at the Peabody Auditorium.
The Broadway musical is
about real life in New York
City, as told by a cast of peo-
ple and puppets through a
hilariously irreverent, Tony-
winning book and score.
The three-time Tony
Award winning musical,
"AVENUE Q" tells the
story of Princeton, a bright-
eyed college grad who
moves to New York City with
big dreams and a tiny bank
account. The only apart-
ment he can afford is way
out on Avenue Q, where
everyone's looking for the
same things he is: a decent
job, a stable relationship
and a "purpose." Eventually,


Princeton learns to embrace
the ups and downs of city
life and realizes that "the
real world" isn't so bad, after
all!
The New York Times
hailed "AVENUE Q" as "a
breakthrough musical of a
very different stripe. Savvy,
sassy and delicious!" And
Entertainment Weekly
claimed it was "one of the-
funniest shows you're ever
likely to see!"
Due to adult situations
(like full-puppet nudity),
"AVENUE Q" may be inap-
propriate for kids younger
than 13.
For more information on
"AVENUE Q" visit
www.avenueq.com.
Tickets start at $45 and
are available at the Peabody
box office, charge by phone
at (800) 745-3000, or online
at www.ticketmaster.com.


Photo courtesy of Peabody Auditorium
"AVENUE Q" tells the story of Princeton, a bright-eyed col-
lege grad who moves to New York City with big dreams
and a tiny bank account.


Art Notes


Work needed for
photography exhibit
An open call for photog-
raphy is being extended to
Florida artists for an
exhibit to be held Friday,
Jan. 8 to Thursday, Feb. 25,
at the Rose Room Gallery
at the Peabody Auditori-
um, Daytona Beach.
The exhibit will include
works, which explore the
images from past and
present memories of the
evolving Florida culture
from natural habitats
through the construction
and destruction of the
manmade structures defy-
ing Mother Nature and
natural disasters.
Works will be reviewed
and selected by the cura-
tor and her committee.
For more information
and an entry form, e-mail
peabodyexhibit@gmail.co
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"Amy's Wish" opens
at playhouse
The Daytona Playhouse
will perform "Amy's Wish,"
a romantic comedy by Tom
Sharkey.
Performance will be held
at 8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 11
and Saturday, Dec. 12 and
Thursday through Satur-
day, Dec. 17 to 19. There
will also be matinee per-
formances at 2 p.m., Sun-
day, Dec. 13 and Dec. 20.
Romance and comedy
abound when a retired
newlywed, Sam, discovers
the spring water at his
honeymoon retreat has
transformed dear old Amy
into a 19-year-old knock-
out.
His "young" bride
attracts a youthful admirer
while the sheriff becomes
convinced Sam has mur-
dered Amy.
Daytona Playhouse is


located at 100 Jessamine
Blvd., Daytona Beach.
Tickets are $15 for
adults, $13 for seniors and
$10 for youth.
For more information, call
(386) 255-2431 or (877) ACT-
1001 or visit www.dayton-
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for "The Girls of the Gar-
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Auditions will be held at
7 p.m., Sunday and Mon-
day, Dec. 13 and 14, at the
Daytona Playhouse, 100
Jessamine Blvd., Daytona
Beach.
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*Norwood's Restaurant
and Wine Shop: Free wine
tasting are held from 5-7 p.m.
each Friday on the deck and
Saturday in the shop with
complimentary cheeses.
Norwood's is located at 400
Second Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 428-4621.
*Ohana Luau Dinner Show:
This dinner show spectacular
and family-style feast, with a
6:30 p.m. seating, dinner
served at 7:15 p.m. and show
time at 7:30 p.m., is held
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
at the Hawaiian Inn, 2301 S.
Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach


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Seabreeze Bridge, enter the
Halifax Harbor Marina and
continue to the south basin.
There are many good viewing
points along the river, includ-
ing the Seabreeze, Main Street
and Memorial Bridges. Non-
members of the Halifax River
Yacht Club are welcomed to
the private club for this annual
event and may view the
parade from the clubhouse
with a paid reservation for a
$10 hot dog and hamburger
buffet to be served from 6-9
p.m. The club is located at 331
S. Beach St., Daytona Beach.
For more information or to
make a reservation, call (386)
255-7459.
*IMAGES: A Festival of the
Arts annual Holiday Tour of


Shores. Participants will learn
traditional dances with
Polynesian women, warriors
and keikis (children). A flaming
fire knife dance and hula with
audience participation will be
featured. For more information,
call (386) 255-5411, Ext. 186,
or visit
www.myohanaluau.com.
*Peanut's Restaurant &
Sports Bar: Donny Bostic And
Rhythm Sharks will perform at
9 p.m., Friday and Saturday.
Free Bingo and Comedy
Auction is held at 7 p.m. each
Tuesday. Mark River performs
at 8 p.m. each Wednesday.
Peanut's is home to all NFL
and college football. Peanut's is
located at 421 Flagler Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1469.


Homes: This event will be held
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday.
Tour six exclusive New Smyrna
Beach homes decorated for
the holidays by area florists.
The Tour also includes a visit to
the Little Theatre of New
Smyrna Beach. Tickets for the
IMAGES Tour of Homes and
boutique are $20 and are
available at: Atlantic Center at
Harris House, 214 S. Riverside
Drive, New Smyrna Beach;
Atlantic Center for the Arts,
1414 Art Center Avenue, New
Smyrna Beach; BJ's Flowers &
Plants, 917 S. Ridgewood Ave.,
Edgewater; Lindley's Nursery &
Garden Center, 1232 Canal St.,
New Smyrna Beach; New
Smyrna Beach Florist, 121
Flagler Ave., New Smyrna
Beach; Pink Flamingo at Petals,
810 E. Third Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. For more information,
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*Peter's Wine Shop: Wine
Events are held each week.
Girlfriends Get Together is held
from 4-7 p.m. each Wednes-
day. Thursday wine tasting is
held from 5-9 p.m. Guest
wine experts pour and discuss
wine. Peter's Wine Shop
located at 1665 Dunlawton No.
105, Port Orange. For more
information, call (386) 689-
1946, e-mail peter@peter-
swineshop.com or visit
www.peterswineshop.com
*Seabreeze Coffee Connec-
tion: A hand drum circle is
held at 8 p.m. each Wednes-
day at 315 Sea breeze Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. For more
information, visit www.drum-
circle.meetup.com/327.
*Vino 100: The wine tasting
party at Vino 100 Ormond


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Proceeds benefit IMAGES: A
Festival of the Arts juried fine
art show (Jan. 30-31, 2010).
For more information, call
(386) 423-1753.
*New Smyrna Beach
Christmas Parade: The parade
will begin at 4 p.m., Saturday
at the Flagler Avenue beach
approach, going west on
Flagler, over the North
Causeway, south of Riverside
Drive and west on Canal
Street.
*Trunk show and Chinese
auction: Frame of Mind and
MLHC Handbags will be
hosting a trunk show &
Chinese auction at 7 p.m.,
Saturday at Caffeine Bistro and
Wine Bar, 49 W. Granada Ave.,
Ormond Beach. They've invited
vendors from all over the state
to set up and sell one-of-a-
kind handmade fashions and
accessories, ranging from
handbags, knits, jewelry, hair
accessories and clothing.
Instead of charging a vendor
fee they've asked each vendor
to donate an item of $25 or
more for our Chinese
auction. All the money raised
from the auction is going
towards Toys for Tots, they'll
also be accepting toy dona-
tions.

SUNDAY, Dec. 6

*Christmas parade: Now in
its 32nd consecutive year, the
Port Orange Christmas parade
will be at 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec.
6. The theme for the parade is
"Christmas Around the World"
This community event is full of
decorative floats and bands.
The parade begins at Nova
Road and heads east along
Dunlawton Avenue to Orange
Avenue. Port Orange's pogTV
channel 199 will tape the
parade for airing at a later
date. DVD copies of the


Beach will be held from 6-8
p.m., Friday and will feature at
least six different wines.
Guitarist Jim Bryer will perform
during the wine tasting. The
fee for the event is $10 per
person with full credit given
towards any same-day
purchase of $20 or more. There
is no charge for Vino 100 wine
club members. Vino 100
Ormond Beach is located at
175 S. Nova Road. For more
information, call (386) 677-
9800 or visit
www.vino100ormondbeach.co
m.
*Wine Warehouse New
Smyrna Beach: Free wine
tasting are held from 4-7 p.m.
each Friday at 636 Third Ave.
Six wines are tasted. For more
information, call (386) 426-
6133.


parade will be available for
$12 by calling (386) 506-
5501.
*Holiday book sale: The
friends of the Ormond Beach
Library will hold a holiday
book sale from 1- 3:30 p.m.,
Sunday at the Ormond Beach
Library, 30 S. Beach St.
*Walk: The Happy Wander-
ers will hold a 5K/1 OK walk
at 1 p.m., Sunday, Volusia
Mall, Food Court 1700
International Speedway Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. Cost is $3. For
more information, call (386)
788-4026, (386) 676-9863 or
visit
www.happywanderersfl.org.
*Chistmas concert: Corona-
do Community United
Methodist Church will hold its
annual Christmas concert at 5
p.m., Sunday at 201 S.
Peninsula Ave., New Smyrna
Beach. The concert will be a
performance of Vivaldi's
"Gloria'." The church's Chancel
Choir, under the direction of
Anita Wimbish, will be
accompanied by a 12-member
orchestra. The public may
attend. Prior to the presenta-
tion of "Gloria," Yuri Didenko
will perform compositions by
the Russian composer Sergei
Rachmaninov. Mr. Didenko is
professor of piano at the
Moscow Conservatory and
artistic director of the Rach-
maninov Society U.S.A. A free-
will offering will be taken to
help with the expense of the
orchestra and vocal soloists for
the concert.

MONDAY, Dec. 7

*Afternoon at the movies:
The Port Orange Regional
Library will show the film "The
Taking of Pelham 1-2-3" at 2
p.m., Monday in the library
auditorium, 1005 City Center

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Your life path and greatest
happiness comes when you
are serving others. You love to
see everybody well fed and
happy. The more you receive
the more you can give. This is
your harvest of a good life
well lived.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
A lifetime of accumulated
wisdom and experience con-
tinues to move you forward
toward your dreams and
goals. Your decisions are
made on feelings and
instincts and allow you
access to your higher power.
This gives you a distinct edge.
It is the stuff that great souls
use to guide their lives. You


are a great soul.
Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You continue to move for-
ward to new and better days.
You have outgrown old, out-
dated patterns. You aren't
stuck anymore. Your creative
juices are flowing again. Get
restarted on the life project
that has been sidetracked for
a while. You have the bless-
ing of the universe upon you.
You are a free spirit ready to
fly.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
The universe wants to give
you all the energy you need
to make it safely through the
holidays. Yeah! It's time to
celebrate. Call some family
members and friends who
love and miss you. In the giv-
ing we receive back 100 fold.
Get back to your roots.


Renew your life force and
spirit. Watch out world. Here I
come!
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You are doing great. Not
much change is needed. Stay
with your major goals. Your
positive attitude has set you
in an excellent direction. The
holidays will be great and
very exciting for you. You
have overcome life. People
are beginning to tell you how
young you look. Could any-
one be doing better? I don't
think so.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
Family matters will take cen-
ter stage the next few weeks.
Stay true to yourself, but pay
attention to others who need
emotional support. Stay in a
festive mood. A bright atti-


In the red
It's that time of year --for
the United Cerebral Palsy of
East Central Florida's
poinsettia sale.
Here, Tommy Robinson
takes great care in han-
dling the first arrivals with
care. Proceeds from sales
help provide opportunities
for individuals with disabili-
ties, which promote choice,
increase independence and
enhance quality of life.
Poinsettia sale hours are:
Monday thru Friday from
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Saturday from 9 am to 1
pm. For more information,
call (386) 274-6474. The
plant sale is located at the
UCP of East Central Florida
at 100 Jimmy Ann Drive in
Daytona Beach.


tude brings cheer to any
occasion. Gladly give your
support to those who need
you. Return love received
with love given. This justifies
your life.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Stay focused on your main
creative projects. The uni-


verse will reward you with
much increase. Your power of
observation is especially
strong now. Let the holidays
be a time of rejoicing and cel-
ebration for the many bless-
ings this year. Open up the
heart even more and know
that the coming year will be
the best ever.


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W en buying a live
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again; fresh trees seal up
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stand with lukewarm water
for the first time, to which
you have added one aspirin
for a tree up to 7 feet and
two for a larger tree. Add
cold water once or twice a
day thereafter. If the water is
gone, the trunk will seal and
the tree will die.


ROMANCING
THE STOVE
with the
Grammy Guru -
ARLENE BORG -.

I'd like to share with you
how I handled the "I wants"
that go on and on with
children at Christmas. I
explained that many
children throughout the
world didn't have anything,
so moms and dads who


could afford it sent Santa
money for toys their
children wanted so then
Santa could give presents to
the poor children who had
nothing. Now you can
negotiate, choices can be
made and there will be no
disappointments, since they
know how much money you
can afford to send Santa.
Makes sense, doesn't it?
Common sense tells us
that Santa doesn't have time
to set up a tree and he


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certainly doesn't have time
to wrap gifts, especially in
the same paper your kids
saw you buy!
In my family, we celebrate
both Christmas Eve and
Christmas day. Of course we
do, we're Italian! How else
can we become martyrs?
Gifts are exchanged on
Christmas Eve, both to
family members and the
kids. Presents to be
exchanged are wrapped and
placed under the tree. Since
Santa hasn't come yet
"nobody" knows what he
will bring. Try it my way. It
worked for us through four
kids and they kept the faith
longer.
By the way, (God, forgive
me) when my kids said their
friends' parents told them
otherwise, I told my kids
they (the parents) were liars.
Now that I have confessed
my sin, let's get to the
recipes.
This week, we'll cover a
new chocolate chip cookie
recipe (mix up most of the
batters now and freeze
them, quite a timesaver). Be
aware that when I recom-
mend Smart Balance butter
substitute, which works
great in place of butter or
margarine, I'm not talking
about "light." It is too soft
and will not work.

ULTIMATE
CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKIE
This is a superb recipe
and slightly different from
the original.
2 cups plus 2 tablespoons
unsifted, bleached all-
purpose flour
1/2-teaspoon salt
1/2-teaspoon baking soda
1-1/2 sticks unsalted
butter (no substitutes),
melted and cooled 'til


warm (very important)
1 cup brown sugar, 1/2
light and 1/2 dark, firmly
packed
1/2-cup granulated sugar
1 large egg plus 1 yolk
2 teaspoons vanilla
1-2 cups chocolate chips
1/2-cup chopped pecans
or walnuts
Heat oven to 325 degrees.
Adjust oven racks to upper
and lower middle positions.
Mix flour, salt and baking
soda together in a medium
bowl, set aside.
Using an electric mixer,
mix cooled butter and
sugars until thoroughly
blended. Mix in egg, yolk
and vanilla. Add dry ingredi-
ents, mix until just com-
bined. Stir in chips and
nuts.
Chill dough about 1/2
hour. Shape teaspoon-size
pieces of dough into a ball
and place on a cookie sheet
2 inches apart. Do not
flatten.
Bake, swapping cookie


sheets halfway through
baking until cookies are
light golden brown and
outer edges start to harden.
Centers will still be soft and
puffy, 12 to 18 minutes.
Dough can be refrigerated
for two days and frozen for
two months.

KIM'S OATMEAL
COOKIES
When my daughter was in
school, she came home with
this recipe.
It has been a favorite ever
since.
1 cup sifted flour
1/2-teaspoon each of
baking soda, salt and
cinnamon
1 egg
1/2-cup dark brown sugar
(packed)
1/2-cup sugar
1/2-teaspoon vanilla
1 stick (1/2-cup) butter or
substitute, melted and
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Grammy
From page B6

cooled
2 cups old fashioned oats
1 cup raisins
3/4-cup chopped walnuts
Sift together flour, baking
soda, salt and cinnamon;
set aside.
Beat egg together with
sugars and vanilla. Add


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Gradually add flour
mixture, mix well. Add oats,
blend. Add raisins and nuts.
Treat cookie sheets with
cooking spray. Drop batter
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Try something different this holiday


n the past several
columns, I have been
talking about all sorts of
plants that are popular
during the holidays. Today, I
am going to talk about a
couple of plants that just
don't seem to have as much
fame as some of the other
holiday plants.
Although you may find
these varieties are a bit
harder to locate locally, they
are available at some
specialty garden centers.
The cyclamen plant is the
first we are going to talk
about. The blossoms of the
cyclamen twist and turn
almost like the small wings
of a butterfly. The foliage has
a distinct silvery, marbleized
coloring that makes this
plant unique.
These plants are quite
beautiful, but they do
require a lot of care to stay
healthy. The most important
criteria for success are
temperature and moisture.
Cyclamen require low
temperatures to thrive for
any length of time. You must
keep them out of the warm,
outdoor temperatures and
try to keep them in an area
of your house that is cool.
This is tricky, because at the
same time, they also must
be in an area that has ample
light.
Cyclamen also are finicky
about watering. They need
to be watered daily so that


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the soil is kept evenly moist.
Always water your cyclamen
by wetting the soil and not
the plant. Watering the plant
foliage can cause the plant
to rot and die. Since the
plants like humidity, placing
them on a tray filled with
pebbles and water will help
provide the moisture the
plant needs. Feed your
plants monthly with a liquid
plant food designed for
houseplants.
The anthurium plant is
another great plant that is
popular during the holidays
and can make a really nice
holiday table decoration.
These plants can grow in
the most diverse habitats
and do really well in our hot
tropical climate. Unlike the
delicate cyclamen, these
plants will serve well as both
a holiday table decoration
and as an outside potted
plant. These plats are native
to both Hawaii and also in
South America. They are
also readily available at most
local garden centers.
Anthurium are relatively
easy to care for and enjoy.
They have very attractive
foliage and can produce


flowers almost year round.
They prefer a growing
medium that is course and
well drained. The best
mixture is a composite of
peat moss, pine bark and
perilite. These plants like to
be watered completely and
then allowed to dry slightly
before watering again.
Anthurium will grow
either indoors or out and
will do well in very bright
locations. I have had
tremendous luck with my
plants under the protected
overhang of my front porch.
They also require regular
fertilization in order to keep
their lush green foliage and
colorful flowers. Fertilize
using a slow release fertilizer
such as Osmocote for
indoor plants.
Although I have never had
any pest problems with my
plants, they are susceptible
to the usual indoor pests
such as scale, mealy bugs
and aphids.
If problems arise, use a
plant insecticide that is
designed for indoor plants
and be sure to spray all parts
of the plant, especially
under the leaves.
Joe Zelenak has 28 years
experience in gardening
and landscape. Send e-
mails to hometowngar-
den@gmail.com or visit his
Web site www.hometown-
garden.com.


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Trusty jig never fails, catches any fish in the neighborhood


A l Houser and I towed
my skiff up to Bing's
ending, which is in
the little community of "The
Hammock" that straddles
A1A just north of Flagler
Beach.
The inshore estuary there
is as clean and healthy as
any on Florida's East Coast
with an abundance of living
oyster reefs.
It is just a little difficult to
boat the shallow water
between the shells and even
more so when the oysters
are completely submerged,
which is the way we found
it.
My trusty jig was useless
as was my diving Mirro
Lure.
To avoid being constantly
hung up, Al and I went to
our boxes for top water
lures. Sure enough in short
time, we had both caught
and released an undersized


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DAN SMITH


red. Next, Al hooked a larger
one and played it down
until it managed to rub on a
sharp shell and release itself
along with his Jitterbug.
For the next three hours,
we were blanked as I
continued to go back to my
trusty jig and Mirro Lure.
That only resulted in me
spending a lot of time trying
to get free of the oysters.
After finally tiring of that
futile exercise, I poled over
to one of the many islands
that line the Intracoastal
Waterway there. Around the
islands the bottom was
cleaner and I was able to
use my jig.
As I have said many times


nothing beats confidence
and when I am throwing the
chartreuse jig, I feel that if
there is a fish in the neigh-
borhood, it will eat it. As if I
had willed it, I had an
undersized trout on in
seconds. Next, I landed a
keeper trout and a nice
weakfish and then an
undersized red.
All came in rapid succes-
sion and sent Al into his box
for one of my trusty jigs. In a
matter of minutes, Al
entered into a battle with a
26-inch red fish, which I
netted for him. While he was
getting his line ready to get
back into the water, I threw
my jig on top of a small
oyster bar that was sub-
merged under about eight
inches of water.
I could see there was
more reds in the area and
began muttering a few
expletives at my own


ineptness. Poling in to free
my lure would surely spook
up the school. When I was
within 30-feet or so of my jig
I could see three reds move
in on it from the deeper
water behind the reef. With
my jig firmly stuck, a 23-
inch red jerked it free and
swallowed it while the other
two tried to take it away. I
landed that fish. A fish
story? You bet, but, a true
one. The red freed up my jig
and then hooked himself.
My trusty jig works!
With that I am prepared
to make you an offer you
should not refuse. At my
book signing on Saturday,
Dec. 5,1 I will give each
person who buys a books)
two of my chartreuse jig
tails.
This is the ultimate
sacrifice on my part for they
are not available here or
anywhere else in Florida


Feel the difference of a professional course


that I can find. I will be at
The Book Store (D. B. Pickles
plaza) 410 S. Nova Rd.
Ormond Beach From 11
a.m. until 1 p.m. Stop in; get
a book and a couple of my
trusty jigs and let's talk
fishing.


Dan Smith has fished the
waters ofVolusia County for
more than 40 years, e-mail
questions and comments to
apes 123@mybluelight.com.
His book, "I Swear the Snook
Drowned," is available for
$10.95 at (386) 441-7793.


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eek in, week out
we watch the
pros ply their
trade on perfectly mani-
cured and set up courses
all over the world.
We often hear how
difficult it would be for a
recreational golfer to play
well on one of these
tracks. If given the oppor-
tunity, how well do you
think you'd play? You may
be surprised at the answer
I found.
I've had the opportunity
to play a PGA tour venue
prior to the event during a
media outing. This is
usually a couple of weeks
prior to the event and
things aren't quite ready.
When I was in high
school, I played at Bay Hill
a few times the weekend
or two after the event. Just
a week or so ago, I got to
play Disney's Magnolia
Golf Course, just a couple
of days after the pros had
left.
Playing a course set up
to challenge touring
professionals so much
different that what we see
every day. A course
hosting a tour event is on
the brink of disaster. The
greens are stressed from
being cut so close and
rolling so quickly. The
rough is not only long, but
usually lush, just waiting
to grab your club and send
a shot spiraling toward
doom.
The Magnolia Course at
Disney is not known for
being a brutal golf course.
Fifty-one weeks out of the
year it's a resort course,


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designed and set up like
everything on Disney
property, to make visitors
happy. The one week out
of the year that it gets to
show its teeth, it does.
The course is woven
through an abundance of
fragrant, blossoming
magnolia trees. There are
numerous water hazards
and large rolling greens.
From the tees the pros
use, the course plays to
just over 7,500 yards. With
stout length and water at
every turn, the course is a
test of strength and
accuracy.
I had no intention of
playing the course from
the pro tees. In fact, the
starter will warn most
golfers against playing
from them. I chose the
next set of tees, with a
still-challenging length of
nearly 7,100 yards.
I'm not used to playing
course of this length.
Something about hitting
long irons, hybrids or
fairway woods into almost
every green makes my
palms sweat and raises my
score to a humbling
number.
When I watch the pros
play, one thing I notice is
how far their balls roll. I
used to think it had more
to do with the way they
strike the ball, but it has


just as much to do with
the course conditions. The
fairways the pros enjoy
each week are hard and
fast. Magnolia's fairways
were more firm and rolled
faster than the greens I
usually play.
I quickly discover a solid
drive that found the
fairway bound and rolled
to distances I am not used
to. I quickly gained 30 or
more yards on my tee
shots. The problems came
when I missed those
inviting fairways. Drop
your ball in this rough and
you better keep an eye on
it.
Bermuda rough doesn't
have to be long to take a
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stop and disappear,
nestling to the bottom.
Getting your club on the
ball in the rough is not an
easy task.
Controlling the shot
when you do is another
matter. I hit some knuckle
balls out of the rough and
paid a steep price.
Just because you find
the fairway doesn't mean
you've won. The greens
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Romancing

The Stove
by Arlene Borg
the Grammy Guru


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Hometown News


Friday, December 4, 2009


Basketball tryouts set

The Port Orange Police Ath-
letic League will hold compet-
itive basketball try-outs for
boys and girls, 10 and
younger, 12 and younger and
14 and younger.
Try-outs will be held at 6
p.m., Saturday, Dec. 5, at the
Port Orange city gym.
For more information, call
(386) 506-5877.

Blazers and Lady

Renegades fastpitch

softball programs

At the National Softball
Association Fastpitch softball
tournament hosted by the
Blazers Fastpitch organization
in Port Orange recently, the
Blazers brought home tro-
phies in four different divi-
sions and the Lady Renegade
organizations 18u Black team


Out
From page B4

Circle. This film is rated R and
is 123 minutes. Armed men
hijack a New York City subway
train, holding the passengers
hostage in return for a ransom,
and turning an ordinary day's
work for dispatcher Walter
Garber into a face-off with the
mastermind behind the crime.
Denzel Washington and John


brought home the second-
place trophy.
While both local fastpitch
organizations continue to do
well and bring home trophies,
the long-term winners may
just prove to be the future
youth of the area as well as
local business owners. With
the help of the City of Port
Orange and City of Ormond
Beach, Volusia County could
be on its way to becoming a
hot bed for fastpitch softball.
In 2006 only two events
were held in the area, but with
the assistance of the City of
Ormond Beach and the City
of Port Orange in 2009, nine
events were held. The recent
tournament had a total of 41
teams entered and the one
hosted by the Ormond Beach
Lady Renegades in November
drew 43 teams.
The 2010 Mid-Eastern Ath-
letic Conference Softball
Championship is scheduled
at the Ormond Beach Sports


Travolta star. For more informa-
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WEDNESDAY, Dec. 9

*Mystery program: The Port
Orange Regional Library will
hold a mystery program at 3
p.m., Wednesday, at the library,
1005 City Center Circle. This is
a teen advisory board choice
selected especially for those
students 13-17 years of age.
For more information, call
(386) 322-5152.


Complex May 13 to 15, 2010.
This will mark the third
straight year that the confer-
ence has held this event in
Ormond Beach.


Early bird special has

been extended

The Daytona Cubs have
extended a limited-time offer
to purchase 2010 season tick-
ets and save. Between now
and Friday, Dec. 18, a 25-per-
cent deposit from season tick-
et holders will reserve their
seats for the 2010 season or
for anyone to lock in a new
season ticket plan for 2010.
Payment in full is not
required until April 1, 2010.
Fans who renew or pur-
chase new season tickets by
Dec. 18 can get VIP seats for
$425 and general admission
for $320 (same prices as '09).
Plus the early bird special
includes $20 in "Cubs Cash,"


*Meet Santa and Mrs.
Claus: The children's section of
the Port Orange Regional
Library will hold Christmas
with Santa and Mrs. Claus at 2
p.m., Wednesday at the library,
1005 City Center Circle.
Children in kindergarten
through fifth grade are
welcome to come and listen to
stories, make crafts and sing
songs. For more information,
call (386) 322-5152 Ext 4.
*Music for Healing:
Sponsored by the Port Orange


which willbe good for conces-
sions or merchandise in 2010.
Every season ticket holder
has access to a wide variety of
exclusive perks, including a
personal account representa-
tive, ticket discounts, special
merchandise discounts, and
the most flexible ticket
exchange policy in all of
minor league baseball that
allows unused tickets to be
traded for tickets to a future
game. And there is no need to
wait in line because you will
have a ticket to all 70 home
games. New for 2010, full sea-
son ticket holders will have
the opportunity to enter the
ballpark 30 minutes prior to
the official opening of the
gates.
Sign up before Dec. 18 and
save before prices jump up to
$435 for VIP and $325 for gen-
eral admission.
For more information, call
(386) 257-3172 or visit
www.daytonacubs.com.


Ministerial Association, "Music
for Healing: Body, Mind and
Spirit" is held from 12:15-
12:45 p.m. each Wednesday at
the All Saints Lutheran Church,
751 Dunlawton Ave., Port
Orange. Musicians from local
churches and schools present
instrumental music for
peaceful contemplation,
reflection, self-care and
meditation. Judy Brown will
provide the organ music. The
public may attend. Instrumen-
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more information, call (386)
761-9129.

THURSDAY, Dec. 10

*Opera Video Club: The club
will show "Rigoletto," the
opera by Verdi, sung in Italian
with English subtitles, at noon,
Thursday at the Daytona Beach
Shores Council Chambers'
activity room, 3048 S. Atlantic
Ave. The film is 137 minutes
long. Admission is free. For
more information, call (386)


Stammer
From page B9


the pros face are firm
and lightning fast. Not
only does one need to
know how far it is to the
flag, you need to know
where to put the ball on
the green so that you're
not facing a downhill
putt. I found out that it's
much better to have a 10-
foot putt up the hill than
a 4-footer down the hill.
Even short putts are
scary, especially if you
need to start the ball
outside of the hole to
allow for the break. If you
try to "firm" it in and
miss, you could find
yourself two or three
times farther away than
when you started.
Chipping and pitching
are even more fun.
Missing the green in the


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people, etc.) Worth over
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shutter, aluminum, $25,
hurricane clear pannel,
$100 386-409-8744
BASSINET, white wicker,
great cond, $35, infant
car seat Graco 5-22 Ibs,
$20, 386-761-0808
BED, ELECTRIC twin, w/
remote control, optional
side rails great cond.
$199 386-760-1242
BED, TWIN size, roll
away w/ mattress, used
one time, great for guest
$60, 386-663-7515
BEDROOM SET head &
foot board, 2 end tables
& pillow top mattress,
$200 386-402-4949
BIKE, ADULT tri-cycle, 3
wheels, like new, huge
basket, new tires, rides
great $200 386-426-2944
BOOK, X-RAY position
books, 3 volume set, ex-
cellent condition, $19
386-236-8827 VOL
BRIGHTON HANDBAG
Brand new cond with dust
cover & orig box, $200
PIs call 386-868-3103
BUNK BED, futon, black
futon frame bunk bed,
$125, 386-233-0552
BUNK BEDS, black
steel, bottom opens to
double, mattress included
$175, 386-767-1568
CAT LITTER box, self
cleaning, like new, $50
386-345-3065 VOL
CEILING FAN, 52" w/
light, perfect cond, $35,
Computer monitor, flat,
new, $50 386-253-8456
CHEST, BLANKET
chest, $199
386-402-8679 VOL
CHRISTMAS DECOR-
blow up snowman $15.
Animated Teddy Bear
$10. 386-672-3264
CHRISTMAS TREE, 7.5',
prelite, w/ box, $59
386-788-4250 VOL
CHRISTMAS VILLAGE,
victorian, 10 buildings w/
many accessories, $90
386-756-3034 VOL
CLOCK, CUCKOO
Clock, Black forest, $110,
wall regulator clock, $60
386-672-9982 VOL
COFFEE Table beveled
glass top on nautical
metal base, classy, $95
386-441-6563 VOL
COIN WASHER, like
new, complete, ready to
use, $200 386-677-5231
COMPUTER desk, sturdy
w/ slide out drawers, $10,
2 HP printers $15 ea
386-304-1694 VOL
COMPUTER TABLE/
chair, good condition,
hardly used, $20
386-334-0793 VOL
CRUTCHES, forearm
type, new cond, $75 obo,
shower chair, new $50
386-424-1933 VOL
DINING or kitchen set,
round wood like frame
formica table w/ one leaf,
$75, 386-427-8782
DINING ROOM SET -
Oak Table, w/leaf, 76x40,
incl. 6 upholstered chairs,
$175. 386-673-4133.
DINING ROOM table & 4
chairs. Cherrywood finish
Great Condition. $200.
386-756-4774
DISHES, GLASS, 94
pieces Wexofrd glass, w/
large punch bowl w/ cups
$150, 386-308-4512


DISHWASHER, FINEST,
sacrifice $100, refrigera-
tor, side by side, $100
386-788-6735 VOL
DOG CARRIER, medium
size, $15, dehumidifier
$35, 386-409-2234
DOORS, French doors,
stained, 36x80, $185,
leave message
386-255-2571 VOL
DRYER, ELECTRIC
MAYTAG, with cord, exc
cond. $85 386-322-7788
DRYER, GE, 3 cycle
heavy duty, stainless
drum, front loader, works
great,$125 386-478-9869
EDGER, ELECTRIC by
Homelite, nearly new,
used only a few times,
$50, 386-427-0436
ENTERTAINMENT UNIT
55x57, white wicker,
lass door, shelving,
175 386-427-1077
EXERCISER, TONY
Little- the Edge $40,
Dinnete, w/ 4 chr. casters
$65 386-760-3580 VOL
FLOOR CLEANER,
Hoover floor mate, vac-
uums, washes & dries
$60, 386-689-1272
FORMICA LAMINATED
sheet, 48x96, medium
oak, $40 386-671-2676
FREEZER, box 7cuft like
new, white, $150, Lawn
mower, Murray 20" 3.5hp
$50, 386-265-4087
GOAL, BASKETBALL
goal w/ stand, extra net,
25 vanity light, chrome,
$25 386-304-6759
GOLF BAG, coach
collection, dark blue w.
leather trim, like new,
$25, 386-852-5143
GOLF SET, excellent,
$135, 386-761-8127
HEATER, PATIO $40,
medium dog house $30
386-478-3758 VOL
HIGH CHAIR, Graco,
$25, Kettle car $40
386-402-4529 VOL
HOBART MIXER, with
shredder, meat grinder,
dough hooks, beaters,
etc $150 386-760-3937
HOSPITAL BED,
Motorized, Single, 3 diff.
positions $150, Cannon
printer $20,386-214-4278
HOT POINT, smooth top
range, with vent hood,
$199 386-290-2221 VOL
ION COVER, Saturn Ion
front end cover, 18 speed
bike 1 year old, $40 paid
$90, 386-341-2366
KAYAK CART, alum.
$100, dining room set w/
4 chairs & leaf, great
cond.$100 386-409-9179
KAYAK, OCEAN, self
bailing, w/ accessories,
$200, 386-673-8214
KEYBOARD, CASIO, 72
keys, fully loaded,
excellent condition, $55
386-402-1054 VOL
KEYBOARD, electric,
Yamaha, $30, china cab-
inet, $100 386-423-8890
KNIFE, DIVING knife,
brand new, never used,
in original box, w/ sheath
$45, 386-756-1739
LADDER, 6', $20, fold up
card table $10
386-290-8433 VOL
LIGHT, CHRISTMAS
twinkle light, 19 strands,
all works, $5 for all
386-767-4239 VOL


MADAME Alexander's
First Lady series dolls.
$25 each. New in box.
386-846-1698
METAL DETECTOR,
Garrett ace250, used
only twice, $165
386-441-8195 VOL
PAIR OF grab bars, new
in boxes, 2 for $15 set of
bath towels $4
386-481-4772 VOL
PIANO, Rohrbach,beau-
tiful honey color recently
tuned, IncI bench. Great
Cond $199 386-679-4277
PICTURE, HAND paint-
ed w/ flowers in vase,
$10, 26' long, 22" wide
386-304-0056 VOL
POOL FILTER, Sta-
Rite, slightly used w/ new
element, $100
386-562-8558 VOL
POSTER, DALE Earn-
hardt, 4x3, color career
highlights & #3 car $25
386-761-3099 VOL
PRINTER PHOTO
Smart, new still in box,
unopened box, $40
386-405-7605 VOL
PRINTER, CANON,
excellent cond, w/ I Mac
photoshop instruction
book, $25 386-676-1363
PURSES, LADIES, 2,
Coach, $95 for both
386-802-5017 VOL
RAMP/ WINDSHIELD,
Leather jacket, large/
body armour vest, all
$200, 386-761-7257
RANGE, 30", self clean-
ing, works like new, no
dents or rust, glass top,
$100, 386-423-0785
REFRIGERATOR,
Double, GE, w/ ice
maker, $145
386-427-0274
REFRIGERATOR, great
for garage, frost free top
freezer, $60
386-423-1638 VOL
RING, LADIES, size 6.5
- 7, beautiful, sterling sil-
ver, wide band, $15
386-428-3481 VOL
ROCKER, BOSTON, 45
years old, like new, black
w/gold trim $45
386-760-1995 VOL
ROCKERS, 2, brown,
$20 each, 386-427-9474
SAW, CIRCULAR Skill
Saw, 12 amp, new, $25
obo, extension cord $10
386-788-6882 VOL
SEAGATE free agent/
desk, external hard
drives, brand new, $100,
386-427-4663
SKI OUTFITS, mens XL,
ladies L, $125 for both, or
$75 each, 386-677-2330
TABLE, PATIO, 38x60
glass top, 6 chairs, full
cushions, alum. frames,
$65 386-672-4671
TABLE, TILE top, $150
386-334-0697 VOL
Tables: Coffee & two
end tables, marble $75,
Toddler bed w/mattress
$50. 386-679-8007
TREADMILL, $15, cardio
glide $15, kitchen cabinet
doors, white, 27 pieces
$25, 386-304-5445
TREADMILL, like new
condition manual/ auto.
programming, $100
386-295-4714 VOL
TREE, Christmas, artifi-
cial, 6-7' w/ stand/ satch-
el, 3 parts easy assembly
$60 386-441-3784 VOL
TRUNK, Vintage wooden
great for storage of many
items $50, 386-255-3446
TUB, WHIRLPOOL,
white american standard,
5'x36", new never used,
$200, 386-848-5505
TV, 32' Panasonic, DVD/
HS player included $125,
freezer, magic chef, $75,
386-214-1777 VOL
TV, 36" JVC w/ remote,
$125, 386-453-7417
UNIFORMS SETS, 2,
girls, size small, like new,
made by Lindair, maroon
$12 a set, 386-788-2899


VIDEO CAMERA, flip,
brand new, unopened in
box, records up to 60
min. $100 386-756-1739
WASHER, MAYTAG,
oversized capacity, 7 yrs
old, runs good, $50
386-788-6335 VOL
WASHER/ Dryer Maytag,
stacked, good condition,
computer touch control,
$185 386-492-6464
WASHER/ DRYER, $50
each or $80 for both
386-402-1578 VOL
WEIGHT BENCH, very
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assortment of weights
$75, 386-673-3426 VOL
WHEEL CHAIR, manual
with foot rests & tray
table, $100
386-428-2596
WORK STATION, Dell
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rough and trying to stop
that chip near the hole is
a true challenge. I have
an even greater apprecia-
tion for how talented Phil
Mickelson is after a day
trying to get up and
down around these
greens.
In all it was a fun
experience. Toss out a
few disastrous holes, and
I played better than my
handicap. The guys on
tour are truly good. But
give us the same condi-
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it's easier for us to play
better than normal, at
least some of the time.


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golf enthusiast for 30
years. He hosts the
Tuesday Night Golf Show
on WPSL 1590-AM radio
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Creek Fly-In Condo Lovely home in Countryside,
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space for your plane' Bright, kitchen remodeled w/S/S appls,
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price' $155,000. New Listing' 179,900.
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Attention all Nature Lovers & 2.52alHardy Board" Exterior
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come basis, 2/1.5, next to Parking. 2,521 sf under air, 3,351
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$199,900. Listing' $229,900.


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Wow' What a buy in the Fly-In. Lakefront location with
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PORT ORANGE 3/3
porch, utility shed. New
A/C, fireplace, furnished.
Best offer. Will Lease
with option. $64,000/obo
Appt only. 386-837-3571
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Gated, guardhouse, Lots
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100% PRIVACY semi
efficiency, Ormond off
A1A in beautiful home.
Your own entrance, patio,
bath & parking. Cable,
fridge, micro, laundry &
linens. Walk to ocean.
Working adult! Avail Dec.
16th. Dep $400. $600
mo. total 386-441-6766
Daytona Beach 5bdrm
home. minutes from
International/95. Students
welcome.Rooms $440mo
or bi-wkly + $100 deposit.
Utilities, satellite TV, w/d
incl. ALSO, 2bdrm house
good location, Holly Hill
125/wk or $500/mo incls
utilities, w/d, Directv. 386-
527-4677; 523-8786



COCOA BEACH, Ocean-
front 1/1 w/balcony, newly
redone, quiet bldg, Laun-
dry on premise. $750/mo
+ dep 305-318-1853
Daytona Bch Shores Di-
rect ocean front condos,
Furn 1 & 2 bdrm, Long &
Short term. Ted Rugg &
Assoc 386-677-6560

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DAYTONA BEACH Mt
Carmel Apts. 2/1's or
3/1's, all appl. fenced in
yard & laundry rm. Rental
assistance if qualified.
386-255-5076 or TDD
800-955-8771
Daytona Beach 2bd/2ba,
Spectacular river + ocean
views,balcony, beachside
location. Pool, gym, etc.
$1095/mo. 386-527-4677



DAYTONA BEACH Cen-
tral Manor Apts serving
adults 62+ or mobility
impaired. 1br/ 1ba.
Income based rent. EOH,
Handicap accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771
DAYTONA BEACH new-
ly remodeled, lbr/lba,
fresh paint, new floor &
appl., window A/C, as-
signed parking. $550/mo
+ sec 386-793-5575
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Daytona Beach Shores
5th flr.3bd/3ba new paint/
carpet,gated, pools, gym,
riverviews, no smoking,
incl water/cable, partially
furn.$1400.407-247-3327
DAYTONA BEACH, view
of marina, 2br/lba condo,
grand fir., quiet, clean, effi-
cient, non-smoker, good
credit/background req.,
no pets, 1 yr. lease, incl.
w/s/g & cbl. $595/mo. +
$595/sec. 386-212-9809.
DAYTONA BEACH- 2br
Townhouse $650.
C/H/A/, fireplace, new
carpet. Water paid. No
pets. 1 yr lease. $650
dep 212-A First Ave Also
1Br/1Ba $390 Water
paid. No pets. 1 yr lease.
Deposit $390. 148 First
Ave Apt B, 386-846-7243
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
STEPS TO OCEAN
Top fir., Ig. airy 2br/lba
furn., private balcony &
parking, C/A/H, $725/mo
incl. water, 1 yr lease,
512 Phoenix Ave, 386-
383-2828,813-842-2264
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE,
Riverside Condos, River
view, 2 br/2 ba, 2nd fIr., 3
pools, bus route. Walk to
Beach! $850/mo. + sec.,
1 yr. lease. 386-615-1859
Free Week! 4 Locations.
Daytona Beach & Dayto-
na Beach Shores with
Oceanview. All utilities
included, furnished or
unfurnished. Just Steps
to Beach. 3 different size
units starting at $150
weekly & $625 monthly
Looking for long term ten-
ants No increase in rates
for Special Events
386-322-8383 / 767-7141
DAYTONA- 1/1, Avail
12/15. First floor. Walk
to beach. No pets. $450
per month plus security,
includes water.
386-447-5699
NEW SMYRNA
beachside 2/1.5, unfurn,
scr balcony & pool. Walk
to beach & school.
$700/mo. No pets.
386-423-0599
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Direct Intercoastal w/
waterviews. 2/2+ den
w/sofabed. Scrn patio.
Fully furn, Short walk to
beach. Gated comm, In-
let Marina Villa. Pool,
Tennis, $2300/mo Sea-
sonal, long term lease
avail, Call 386-478-9038
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
Mainland 1/1 furnished
with W/D. Non smoker,
no pets. $600/mo, in-
cludes utilities, + dep.
Ref's. 386-423-6917


NEW SMYRNA, on the
Beach Walkway. 1/1
furnished, newly redone,
all utilities including cable
/internet access $250
weekly, long term.
386-689-2886
NEW SMYRNA- 2/2/1
Nice Quite area, Turnbull
Bay golfcourse, partially
furnished,W/D, Screened
in lanai, Available now.
386-478-3890
NEW SMYRNA- Ocean-
view 2/2 1st fir, new tile,
paint, bright, unfurn,
W/D, pool area directly
on ocean $1000/mo +dep
A-1-A RE 386-426-6949
ORMOND BEACH, 1 rm
garage efficiency, 30x30,
fully furn., full kitch. $525/
mo.,lst/last/sec. Incl. cbl/
water/elec. Suitable for 1
person. 386-673-1062.


ORMOND BY THE SEA
Oceanview 2/1/1, CHA,
W/D $700/mo & up
101-105 Town & County
Ln 386-257-3378 James.
ORMOND, west of 1-95.
2bdrm overlooking lake,
completely furnished w/
washer & dryer, 20x20
sunroom, no pets $700.
386-672-1551; 290-0965
Port Orange Villagio at
the Lakes! Gated Luxury
3bd/2ba, w/d, cable, pool,
spa,gym. $1150mo. 386-
428-6988; 781-413-6156



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Lowest Prices in Town! 2/2
& 3/2 still available!
Won't Last Long!
772-581-4440
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SOUTH DAYTONA 1
bedroom Apts. Just Ren-
novated. New Applian-
ces. From $450/mo
386-756-7752
347-693-3466


Vero Bch: Newly re-
modeled 1br from $500
2br from $600 Water &
Sewer incl. Sm Pets ok.
Near Bch. 772-563-0013

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DAYTONA BEACH 3/1
923 Essex Road.
Children & small pets
OK. $750/mo $750
sec. 386-290-4373
DAYTONA BEACH: 2/1
CHA, fenced yard, Ig
storage shed, $650/mo +
Dep, 805 Forest Ln, Mod-
ern RE 386-253-7449
EDGEWATER 3bdrm,
large fenced yard. New
Metal Roof & Windows,
Upgraded Kitchen, All
Ceramic Tile. $800, 1st,
last + sec. 386-690-1373
EDGEWATER: 3br/2ba/2
1 yr old, fenced yard. Non
smoking. 3428 Umbrella
Tree Dr, $830/mo Avail
12/1 386-424-9775

NEW SMYRNA 2/2/1
1298 Willard Cathedral
ceilings, tile- firs, freshly
painted. All appl's.
$900/mo Owner/ Broker
386-451-6983




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823 FLOUNDER
2/2 riverfront, w/dock Large
screened patio overlooking the
river.
$1300/mo
839 25" AVE
2 bedroom close to the beach,tile
& carpet, carport, washer, dryer
$775/mo
3818 SAXON DR
2 Brm, 2 Ba in Cedar Dunes.
Deck off master, and enclosed
front Patio. Neutral color tones.
Sharp!
$900/mo
2700 N. Peninsula, #222
3 bedroom with outstanding river
views. A spacious unit in gated
riverfront comm. with great
amenities.
$15501mo 0
MAINLAND
627 GLEN DEVON
2/2 with upper level loft which
could be 3 bedroom. Front & rear
decks. Glen Eagle area.
$850/mo
1343 WAYNE AVE
Awesome Tymber Trace property.
Updating throughout. Spacious
Master suite, Volume ceilings,
enclosed Florida room &
screened room with privacy
setting. Comm. pool.
$1175/mo
409 S. ORANGE
Updated 2 bedroom within walk-
ing Distance of Bert Fish. New
carpet, Den, washer/dryer.
Covered parking.
$750/mo.


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DAYTONA BEACH 107
Westwood Drive. Pine
Lakes subdivision. $1300
3-br/2-ba all appliances.
Screened inground pool
privacy fence. 2 car
garage. 828-667-8355


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NEW SMYRNA BEACH,
1307 Magnolia Street,
2br/2ba, laundry room in
garage, fenced backyard,
850/mo. 904-821-5576.
NEW SYMRNA BEACH
$750/mo., 2 br/1.5 ba
house, cen. heat/air,great
rm, eat-in kitchen., attic
storage, 386-426-7901.
ORMOND 1/2 ACRE
3beds/3baths ranch, new
kitchen, fireplace, tile &
wood floors, master deck.
Call 386-846-4616
ORMOND BEACH -
2bedroom home, newly
painted in/out, new kitch.
cabinets w/dishwasher,
new carpet, fenced yard,
shed, w/d hookup in
garage. $775/mo. year
lease. 386-672-6987
ORMOND BEACH -
Plantation Bay, 3bd/2ba
2000sf. home $1250/mo.
1 year lease. Call Realty
Atlantic 386-503-0416
Ormond Beach- 2br/2ba
Open split plan, dining
room, screen porch, dbl.
garage, cul-de-sac, totally
remodeled. $850mo.
386-672-1551; 290-0965


ORMOND BY THE SEA
2BD/1BA, living room,
eat-in kitch., FL rm. utility
rm, washer/dryer, fenced
yard, pet w/dep. $775/mo
386-441-4100; 295-1830


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ORMOND BY THE SEA
2-br/1-ba garage, W/D
Florida room. $775/mo +
sec 386-441-4084 or
386-299-5942
ORMOND POOL HOME
4beds/3.5bath, screened
pool & jacuzzi, big rooms,
tile, new everything. Call
(386)846-4616
PORT ORANGE,
821 Pheasant Run, (off
Hensil) 4,300 sq. ft., pool,
5 car garage, $2,500/mo.
823 Pheasant Run
$5,000/mo., Call Anne
386-295-8638.
RENT WITH OPTION TO
BUY 500 Conrad, New
Smyrna Beach. 2/2/1.5 +
den with wood floors,
fenced yard. $1100/mo
Elmer Real Estate
386-756-4774
RENTED!
I rented my home using
the Hometown News with
1 phone call!
Port Orange S.W.
TITUSVILLE: Fully furn
remodeled 3/3/1 Golf
Course Comm, $895 long
term or $1195 short term
incl water, cable & trash.
Bkgrd ck 651-335-2749



ORMOND BEACH -
Plantation Bay. Gated.
Immaculate unfurn town-
house, 2bed/2bth/2 car.,
screen porch, rent $945
Immed. 386-437-8139



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Celebrate MARDI GRAS!
2/12/10-2/19/10,
Sleeps 4 Asking $700.
Call 321-773-4205
NORTH CAROLINA
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1-6 Bedrooms, fully
equipped chalets & town
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1-800-368-7404
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ST. AUGUSTINE BCH
Oceanview Condo fr $99/
nite $779/wk, Ocean front
house fr $199 nite $1399/
wk, Ocean front wedding
$359 or Historic Dist fr
$129 Discount cruises
$289pp. 904-825-1911
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PORT ORANGE- Holiday
special $1000 move-in.
2/1.5 clean. New carpet,
wood & tile floors.
Stacked W/D. Comm
pool. Ideal for student or
sm family 386-314-4071
SO DAYTONA Town
house/condo. 2-br/1.5-ba
Excellent cond New paint
& carpet. $600 monthly
1st & last 386-566-7568



$450 FIRST MONTH +
security dep. $750/mo
new. Tile floors. 3-br/2-ba
+ Florida room Palm
Coast 386-334-1881 or
630-212-9166
ORMOND BEACH 2Br/
1Ba w/ laundry Fenced
yard, walk to shops, Qui-
et cul-de-sac, $700/mo +
sec 386-566-2341






PORT ORANGE/South
Daytona area on private
lot. 2-br/1-ba extra clean.
W/D included. $650/mo.
386-451-5180
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OAK HILL 2/1 mobile
home, clean, quiet park,
$460/month plus deposit.
Eric 386-589-3358
SOUTH DAYTONA-
Lakeview Estates 55+
Friendly & active park.
w/screened porch on the
water. 2/1.5, big florida
room, new laminate floor-
ing & kitchen counter-
tops, W/D, carport for 3
cars, fully furnished incl
52"HDTV Low lot rent,
$25,000. 906-202-2901



DELI Complete deli in
the European Village
Resort, Palm Coast. Incl.
all equip. & furn. Great
for franchise or fast food
$1800mo. 718-747-7747


HOLLY HILL: 244 Ridge-
wood, Ave, Office build-
ing, Free standing, Re-
modeled, full bath &
kitchen Approx 800sqft
Must see! $750/mo
386-255-5520/589-3620

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HOLLY HILL: Retail or
Office, 1100 sqft, Nova
Rd, High visibility Lease
incentives by owner.
Great rates.
386-566-0422
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RENT WITH OPTION TO
BUY- South Daytona,
1609 South Segrave St
1500sf Free standing-
corner lot, Rent negotia-
ble. Elmer Real Estate
386-756-4774





NSB Quail Hollow, 55+,
all new! 2br/2ba, rent
furn. $675/mo. & 1st/last
/$200/sec. or buy $28K/
obo, Incl. water/pool/club
house. 386-427-9178







S DAYTONA: Nova/Bev-
ille, 600sqft Boat, Car,
RV Etc, 11'x11' overhead
door. End of year special!
$295/mo incl electric
386-566-0422



S DAYTONA: Owner
Special! S Nova Rd 600,
900, 1200, 4000, 6750 or
8000sqft. Lease incen-
tives. Great Rates.
386-566-0422

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1978 CORVETTE, silver FORD SEDAN, 1934, 2
anniversary, all options, door, Sharp! Big Block
mint condition, covered Street Rod! $35,000.
and garaged last 19 386-848-5597/848-4199
years. $16,500/obo.
386-761-7081 _-No =__

$2,995 DODGE Ram
2500 Cargo Van. New
white paint & tires.
Automatic, A/C, V8.
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16' BOWRIDER w/trailer.
85hp Yahama, trim tilt,
depth finder, runs great.
well maintained. Needs
work.$995. 386-439-4690

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1995 BAYLINER, Ciera
Model 2350, full Bayliner
pkg. + many extras. Kar-
avan tandem trailer, Full
galley w/stand-up head.
Very good cond. $12,000.
914-964-5734
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CADILLAC Fleetwood
Brougham, 1994, rear
wheel drive, Ithr int., 350/
375hp eng., new tires,
$2,995. 386-295-8046.
CAVALIER Z24, soft-top
convertible, '99. Garage
kept. 2.4 liter engine, 64K
miles, 31mpg, $5,800.
330-314-5409.
CHEVY MALIBU, 2000.
Gold, clean, 4-door, cold
AC, automatic, AM-FM
stereo, 184K mi., $2,800/
obo. 386-763-2402.
DODGE RT CHARGER,
Hemi, 2007 Fully loaded.
Inferno red, exc cond,
Custom rims. 37K mi,
$18,000. 321-636-9248
LINCOLN TOWNCAR,
2000, Ithr int., cold AC,
garage kept, runs perfect,
high hwy mi., $4,500/obo.
386-402-8098.


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$ELL
SATURN ION II, '06, 15K
mi. cold A/C, 1 owner,
garage kept, like new
cond. inside/out, have all
service records, $8,250/
obo. *Must See to
Believe*. 386-761-1907.


BLOWN HEAD gasket?
State of the art 2- part
carbon metallic chemical
process Repair yourself.
100% guaranteed. 866-
780-9038 or 866- 750-
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CADILLAC PARTS 1941
to 1954 Body & engine
parts; some rare and
hard to find. 386-672-
7366 or 386-453-6677



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'07 HARLEY DAVIDSON
Softail Springer Classic,
black pearl, 4,500 mi.,
many extras, $14,900/
obo. 386-290-4831
2007 SCOOTER, 260CC,
Liquid cooled engine,
automatic, 2-seater. Less
than 400 mi. $1,600/obo.
386-253-9834
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
Dyna Street Bob, '07,
3800 mi., silver denim
paint, Screamin Eagle
mufflers, detachable wind
shield, saddlebags, Lady
ridden, located in Port
Orange, must sell.
$11,500. 317-498-4567
HONDA VTX 1300R, '04
x-tra chrome, windshield,
bags, whitewalls, sharp!
$3,495. 386-441-9487 or
386-523-4894.


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SUZUKI INTRUDER, '01,
800CC, good cond, runs
perfectly. Must Sell!
$2,400/obo (new phone
#) 386-795-2348

WANTED JAPANESE
Motorcycles Kawasaki,
1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ90
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1972-1976,KZ1000
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(1982,1983),Z1R, S1-250
S2-350,S3-400, H1-500,
H2-750, Honda CB750
(1969-1975) Suzuki
GS400,GT380, Cash
paid, free nationwide
pickup. 800-772-1142,
1-310-721-0726




2004 FORREST RIVER
Wild Wood Travel Trailer,
38ft, sliding glass door, 2
slide-outs, new carpet &
tires, exc. cond $17,900.
386-467-8691/423-361-
2087


SPECIAL
37' PILGRIM 2006 Park
Model Trailer 2-br/1-ba
set up in a 55+ retirement
park. $0 down $0 interest
$499 per month, includes
payment on trailer & lot
and insurance. $18,000
772-359-5231
305-247-4021
FORT PIERCE 55+ RV
Park $310/mo + utilities.
Great location close to
beach, and shopping.
772-359-5231
305-247-4021

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CHRYSLER, 2004 Town
& Country Minivan, Ltd
Edition, 71K mi, sunroof,
leather seats, exc. cond.,
$7,500. 386-871-8890
FORD F-150 1994 Van
98K miles, 302 V8 4-
speed auto, aluminum
roof racks, tow hitch &
many tool shelves, I give
up $900 386-427-4563


GMC SONOMA PICKUP
2000, Fire Engine Red
flare side, ice cold a/c,
hard tunnel cover, 4 cylin-
der stick. Only 52K miles
Like new $3,900.
906-202-2901



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hangared. It has never
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include LX interior/
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GOOD INVESTMENT!
Holly Hill, Near River!
House/ double detached
garage plus garage
Apartment Each; 2-
Bedrooms 1- Bath Living/
Dining Rooms, Large
Sun Porches. $220,000
386-615-0901 386-212-
2562.
LAND SALE NOTICE:
VIRGINIA MTNS
Closeout Sale!- 2.5 acres
with pond near stocked
trout stream, near state
park, $29,500, must sell.
Bank financing.
1-866-789-8535
MISSISSIPPI: 200 to
10,000acres Delta Farm-
land, Highly improved.
5% or better return plus
growth. 662-686-7807
Dean Land & RE John or
David 800-LANDSEL
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N. FLA LAND- Lafayette
County. Planted Pine,
hardwood bottoms, road
frontage, great hunting.
*26 Acres $2900/acre.
*29 Acres $2800/acre.
*27 Acres $2700/acre.
Call 352-867-8018
NC MOUNTAINS- Brand
New! $50,000 Mountain
Top tract reduced to
$19,500! Private, near
Boone area, bank financ-
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