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PORT ORANGE PONCE INLET
SOUTH DAYTONA A DAYTONA BEACH SHORES


NEVER
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& Veterans memorial
to go up in Ponce
Inlet
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Notes

Cattle Baron's Ball
scheduled
Denim & Diamonds, the
Volusia & Flagler Cattle
Barons Ball, benefiting the
American Cancer Society,
will be held from 6 to 11
p.m., Saturday, June 18, at
the Daytona 500 Club at the
Daytona International
Speedway.
Tickets are $100. The event
will be hosted by Leslye Gale
of Magic 107.7 and Volusia
County Sheriff Ben Johnson.
Chair people of the event are
Paul Hoover, Marisol
Moreno, Dr. Beverley Gris-
som and Daytona Beach
Police Chief Mike Chitwood.
There will also be a live
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FRIDAY-


Ponce Inlet appoints Planning


Board chair to town council


By Michael Salerno
For Hometown News


PONCE INLET - Officials selected
the chairman of the Planning Board
to fill a vacancy on the Town Council
for five months.
Gary L. Smith was appointed to
Town Council Seat 3, which opened
up when Tom Rutledge vacated the
seat to become mayor following the
resignation of Kris Derr.
Mr. Smith, 72, was one of six appli-
cants to express interest in the vacan-
cy, the third over the past six months.
Prior to Ms. Derr's resignation last


month, Tony Goudie and Barbara
Davis resigned their seats.
He will serve until Nov. 17, when a
new council will be sworn in. Partly
due to the temporary appointments,
all five council seats are up for elec-
tion; Mr. Smith told officials during
the meeting he filed to run for the
mayor's seat.
A full-time resident of Ponce Inlet
since 2006, Mr. Smith has 40 years of
professional experience, divided
between the private sector and coun-
ty government.
He spent 24 years working for sev-
eral companies in land development


and construction S .-
positions and 16 N
years working for
Broward County's t and Lasts and Las
Public Works ME
Department, serv- - 7
ing 11 of those
years in the Envi-
ronmental Engi-
neering Division before
becoming director of project man-
agement and construction.
Responding to a question from
Councilman Don Romanik, Mr.
Smith said the one thing he hopes to
help resolve as a councilman is the


Town's
ongoing litigation with
Pacetta concerning plans to develop
16 acres of property along Front


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The Williamson
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project in Port
Orange may be the
last Volusia County
road project taken
on for a while due
to budget cuts.


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Road projects stopped in their


tracks by money shortfalls


By Heather Harter
For Hometown News
VOLUSIA COUNTY-
Continued budget woes
are causing road con-
struction and mainte-
nance projects to come
to a screeching halt.
"There is no money for
any new road construc-
tion," said Dave Byron,
Volusia County's Com-
munity Information
Director.
The coffers used for
road work projects are
now running on empty.
The two avenues the
county uses to fund


roads - gas taxes and
building impact fees -
have both been impacted
by the economy. People
are driving less due to
higher gasoline prices,
which affected gas tax
revenue. The housing
bust has continued, and
limited new construction
has reduced impact fees
designated for road
repairs.
The county maintains
a five-year road plan with
the projected work that
needs to be completed in
that time period. It is a
working plan, and cur-


rently shows unfunded
road projects of more
than $176 million.
Among the projects that
the county has had to
halt include the Hand
Avenue extension and
the four laning of Taylor
Road and Tymber Creek
Road. The projects on the
five-year plan are in vari-
ous stages of planning,
from permitting to engi-
neering.
Gerald Brinton, Direc-
tor of Engineering and
Construction for the
county's Road and Bridge
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City officials


respond to scandal


By Michael Salerno
For Hometown News
SOUTH DAYTONA - Offi-
cials fear the corruption
charges against former
mayor Ron Clifton and for-
mer special magistrate
Jerome Mitchell may affect
how citizens view their city
representatives.
Mr. Clifton and Mr.
Mitchell are charged with
accepting bribes of $5,000
each last year in exchange for
reducing city code enforce-
ment liens on the River Club
Condominiums. Federal offi-
cials say Mr. Clifton later
accepted an additional
$2,500 for agreeing to help
reduce Volusia County tax
liens, and lied to the FBI
about his role in the case.
City leaders condemned
the actions of both former
officials, while encouraging
citizens to maintain their
trust in the City Council.
Councilwoman Lisa
O'Neal said the situation
affects officials' ability to do
their job.
"(The citizens) elect peo-
ple to do the right thing and
he didn't do the right thing,"


Ms. O'Neal
said. "I hope
they can
look at every
one of us
and see we
are account-
able for our
own actions.
We are not
responsible
for what Yarborough
happened."
M s
O'Neal, wife
of the late
m a yMor
Blaine
O'Neal, was
appointed to
fill the
vacancy on
the City
Council left
by her hus-
band's death O'Neal
and Mr.
Clifton's ascension to the
mayor's seat in April 2010.
At the time, Mr. Clifton
said his leadership would
mirror Mr. O'Neal's; that he
shared a similar vision for the
city.
But Ms. O'Neal said Mr.
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tax dollars here in the county
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Council meeting, Ms. Riddel
and other members of
FAITH presented a proposed
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tracts if they employ local
residents. County Council
member Carl Persis was sup-
portive of the proposed ordi-
nance.
"I feel that we owe it to our
businesses and residents
here in Volusia County to
implement it," he said in an
interview after the meeting.
The council rejected the
proposed ordinance without
a vote, but agreed to seek a
way to create competitive
preferences for companies
that employ the county's res-
idents. The council directed
County Manager Jim Din-
neen to set up meetings with
staff, employers and others
to examine ways to craft a
local-hiring preference sys-
tem.
A sticking point of the pro-
posed ordinance was a
tiered preference system
based on the U.S. Census
Bureau's data regarding
areas of highest unemploy-
ment. The proposed ordi-
nance identified the five
areas of highest unemploy-
ment in the county and
would have given compa-
nies that hired residents of
those areas more preference
in getting county contracts
than those that hired resi-
dents in other parts of the
county.
The areas include the
blocks between Main Street
and Oakridge Boulevard east
of Ridgewood Avenue, where
the U.S. Census Bureau
reports unemployment at
28.8 percent; the blocks
between Nova Road and
Ridgewood Avenue just
south of International
Speedway Boulevard (27.5
percent unemployment);
the east side of Ridgewood
in the blocks between
Orange Avenue and Beville
Road (23.5 percent unem-
ployment) and the area just
north of International
Speedway Boulevard
between Nova Road and
Ridgewood Avenue (24.7
percent unemployment).
Council Chair Frank
Bruno and others rejected
the tiered-preference sys-
tem. He said unemployment
exists everywhere in the
county, and any ordinance
had to address the problem
evenly.


"Basically we want
to keep tax dollars
here in the county
and the region
and clean up
some of the blighted
neighborhoods
of high
unemployment"


Joyce Pearce-Riddel
FAITH


"I believe the intent is
good," he said at the meet-
ing. "We need to get all of our
residents in Volusia County
employed."
Rev. Dr. L. Ronald Durham
said FAITH hopes to work
with the county as it crafts a
revised ordinance.
"I believe we have to table
with whoever the other par-
ticipants are and come up
with an acceptable hiring
preference for Volusia Coun-
ty," he said.
Rev. Durham noted that
the local social-justice
organization with more than
20 member churches has
studied other counties' and
cities' local-hiring prefer-
ence ordinances for about
three years.
"We were asked to put
something together when
we first approached the
County Council with the
concept," he said. "We did
exhaustive researching on
what we felt would be a solu-
tion to unemployment for
our county. At this point
what we need to do is to
make sure (Ms. Riddel), or
someone else, is at that table
to draft an acceptable
replacement."
Ms. Riddel said she hopes
the county will find ways to
encourage companies to
hire from the areas of high-
est unemployment.
"They incubate drug traf-
ficking, prostitution, crime
and other problems," she
said. "Give opportunities to
those neighborhoods to start
training and hiring, and we
could turn those neighbor-
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SHARK BITE CAPITAL


boasts 'World's Safest Beach'


Summer is at hand, and it is time
for Volusia County to begin in
earnest defending its title as the
shark bite capital of the world.
Locals and tourists are doing their
part by hitting the beach in record
numbers. The sharks are also cooper-
ating by taking their usual place
behind the breakers.
It has long been my contention that
our unique natural environment is
responsible for the high number of
bites.
The Mosquito Lagoon south of
Ponce Inlet is one of the world's most
prolific breeding grounds for fish and
crustaceans. On the outgoing tide, all
of those tasty morsels are washed out
of the inlet and north and south along
our beaches. The sharks are well aware
of this bounty and gather to feed.
When you add this to the fact that
we have the nation's longest stretch of
public beach, you are bound to have
encounters.
Many of those encounters take place
along New Smyrna Beach's north
shore. That area is filled with swim-
mers and surfers each day throughout
our long summer.
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I find it hard to reconcile that with the
parallel title of shark bite capital.
Most of the bites inVolusia County
are minor and don't even require a trip
to the doctor, and the ones that do are
usually repaired with a few stitches.
We don't normally see the carnage
that was depicted in the movie "Jaws."
When that movie came out in 1975, it
changed everything for us and the
sharks.
Budding directorial genius Stephan
Spielberg, while trying to deal with a
mechanical shark that would not
perform, managed to turn a simple
concept into a masterpiece of sus-
pense that would have made Alfred
Hitchcock proud.
If the fake shark had worked proper-
ly and been clearly visible throughout
the film, "Jaws" might have turned out
to be more of a comedy. Instead,
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Never again would we be comfort-
able in the ocean. Before that movie, I
enjoyed night fishing in the surf by
wading out to my armpits to cast.
Once I saw "Jaws," that was over.
The sharks did not fare well either.
People began to kill them for no other
reason than the bad impression left by
the movie. Luckily, the furor has
receded some, and the sharks are not
under the same pressure they were in
the '70s and '80s.
Another contributing factor to our
incidence of local shark bites is the
lack of water clarity along area beach-
es. When feeding, small sharks will hit
anything that moves, and at times,
that is human feet and hands. In the
clear water of the Keys or Florida's west
coast, sharks can recognize that
people are not a food source.
Ten for the year is considered high,
and in many years, the number of
local shark bites is closer to five.
My advice to you is to avoid the
water in early morning or late evening
when fish are more likely to be on the
prowl for food.
Enjoy the beach, forget "Jaws" and
revel in the fact that
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An illustration of the proposed Ponce Inlet Veterans Memorial at Kay & Ayres Davies
Lighthouse Park.


Ponce Inlet memorial to be


complete by Veterans Day


By Michael Salerno
For Hometown News


PONCE INLET - Bill
Wester is just one of many
military veterans who call
Ponce Inlet home, yet the
town does not have a
memorial that recognizes
their service.
"We don't have one (a vet-
erans memorial), but we
have a lot of veterans," said
Mr. Wester, a retired lieu-
tenant colonel of the U.S.
Marine Corps who earned a
Silver Star and three Purple
Hearts during the Vietnam
War.
But that situation will be
rectified by the time Veter-
ans Day rolls around this
November when the Ponce
Inlet Veterans Memorial
Association, a nonprofit
formed last year as an effort
to plan, construct and
maintain a veterans memo-
rial in Ponce Inlet, erects a
monument at Lighthouse
Park.
The memorial will have
room for 1,000 commemo-
rative brick pavers contain-
ing inscriptions recognizing
the efforts of veterans.


Construction will begin
following a groundbreaking
ceremony scheduled to be
held at the park on June 30
at 11 a.m. The monument
will have its grand opening
on Nov. 11 -Veterans Day.
Mr. Wester, 68, who today
is an active member of the
Ponce Inlet Lions Club,
banded with fellow resi-
dents and veterans to
encourage the town to rec-
ognize their service to their
country. The Town gave the
green light to the project at
an April 21 Town Council
meeting.
He said the project would
have no impact on the tax-
payers. The Ponce Inlet Vet-
erans Memorial Foundation
is paying for the construc-
tion of the monument and
will be responsible for main-
taining it, he said.
Port Orange-based com-
pany S.A.T. Development is
the builder, said Margi
Richard, the Town's develop-
ment review clerk.
"They have their permits
in place and they have a
groundbreaking scheduled
for the end of this month,"
she said.


Mr. Wester served three
tours in Vietnam, starting
out as an infantry officer in
Da Nang. He rose through
the ranks to become lieu-
tenant colonel before he
retired from the Marine
Corps in 1987.
His actions during the
Vietnam War earned him a
Silver Star and three Purple
Hearts.
Enemy forces attacked
Mr. Wester's platoon one
night in September 1969,
killing the executive officer
and severely wounding a
platoon commander.
Mr. Wester responded by
urging his men to direct fire
on the enemy. Although his
platoon gained fire superi-
ority, the enemy retaliated,
and the ensuing bombard-
ment left Mr. Wester seri-
ously wounded.
Still, he refused medical
treatment and decided
instead to continue direct-
ing his unit until the enemy
was defeated.
"I was just doing my job,"
he said, downplaying the
medals he received for his
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Memorial
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bravery.
Ponce Inlet's veterans communi-
ty have fought in wars as far back as
World War II and as recently as the
Persian GulfWar, Mr. Wester said.
Veterans Day was chosen as the
date for the grand opening, he said,
because of the holiday's signifi-
cance to veterans. He said Veterans
Day is celebrated on Nov. 11 to
mark the anniversary of the signing
of the armistice that ended hostili-
ties between the Allies and Ger-
many inWorldWar I.
About 25 brick pavers have been
sold so far, and Mr. Wester is receiv-
ing anywhere between two to three
orders a day as more people learn
about the memorial plans.
The initial layout calls for 400
inscribed bricks. Ed Jackson, a
member of the Veterans Memorial
Association, said his group plans to
add additional bricks to the memo-
rial on Memorial Day and Veterans
Day of each year.
Pavers can be purchased for $100
each on the Town's website,


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has room for 1,000
commemorative
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Photo courtesy of
Bill Wester
www.ponce-inlet.org. Inscriptions
on each 12-by-12-inch brick can
contain up to nine lines of copy
and 25 characters per line.
"We're looking to get support
from folks who want to recognize
their family members," Mr. Wester
said. "I talked to a lady who's buy-
ing a commemorative brick for her
brother ... he'll have a nice recogni-
tion of his efforts."
Members of the Veterans Memo-
rial Association are also looking to
encourage local businesses to
donate money to the project, he
added.
Mr. Wester said he would pur-
chase a brick paver in memory of
his father, who served in World War
II, and is considering purchasing
another brick to pay tribute to
friends he served with in Vietnam
who were killed during the war.
He said the veterans' memorial
would commemorate the actions
of all war veterans.
"All of us gave some but some of
us gave all," he said. "That's what
this memorial is all about ... it's
about everybody."
Lighthouse Park is located at
4931 South Peninsula Drive.


Police


report

Editor's note: This is a list of arrests, not
convictions, and all arrestees are presumed
innocent unless or until proven guilty in a
court of law.

Port Orange
Police Department

*Michael Allen Fuhrman, 35, of 737
Barlow Circle, Port Orange, was arrested
on June 7 on charges of failure to prop-
erly register as a sex offender. Bail was
not set.
*William David Hurst, 49, of 5277 S.
Ridgewood, Lot 101, Port Orange, was
arrested on June 10 on charges of
domestic battery. Bail was not set.
*Jeffrey Steven Daniele, 25, of 1107
Blueberry Drive, Port Orange, was
arrested on June 10 on charges of fraud-
ulent use of a credit card. Bail was set at
$1,500.

South Daytona
Police Department

*Jennifer Arlene Thoma, 29, of 2111
Brian Ave., South Daytona, was arrested
on June 10 on charges of possession of
cocaine and a scheduled II controlled
substance. Bail was set at $5,500.

Volusia County
Sheriff's Office

*Robert John Fisher, 46, of 1783
Creekwater Blvd., Port Orange, was
arrested on June 7 on charges of manu-
facturing of cannabis, possession of
over 20 grams of cannabis and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bail was set at $3,000.
*Kyle Joseph Clark, 22, of 206 S. Venet-
ian Way, Port Orange, was arrested on
June 8 on charges of sale of cannabis.
Bail was set at $2,000.
*Jonathan Michael Quevedo, 22, of
206 S. Venetian Way, Port Orange, was
arrested on June 8 on charges of posses-
sion of a scheduled II and IV substance
and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bail was set at $9,500.
*Robert Joseph Matassa, 21, of 6401
Whit Court, Port Orange, was arrested
on June 10 on charges of unarmed bur-
glary of an unoccupied dwelling and
grand theft. Bail was set at $3,000.


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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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Who pays for signs?

My comments relate to the sections of the roadside that
businesses adopt for the purposes of keeping the area
picked up. A sign goes up to let the public know about this. I
would like to know if the businesses pay for the sign. I ask
this because it appears very often there seems to be no
maintaining of the area. The purpose of the sign seems to be
free advertising. What department is in charge of this?
Editor's Note: Many states, counties and even cities have
adopt-a-road programs. It's according to who is in charge of
the particular road as far as how the program works and
which department runs it.

Pick up your butts

For all you nasty smokers, who think the beach is a big
ashtray, I wish I knew who you were, so I could collect all the
butts and dump them on your living room floor. Don't be a
butt; pick up your butts, so some child playing in the sand
doesn't dig them up.

Thanks to the Elks for their service

Special thanks to Port Orange Elks Lodge No. 2723 for all
their super services and kindness helping homebound peo-
ple.

Why aren't power lines being buried?

Currently, fiber optics are being buried alongA1A south of
Dunlawton Avenue in Daytona Beach Shores, so I am told,
and I wonder why the planners did not think about burying
the power lines at the same time. I am sure that in the near
future they will think about doing just that and proceed to
tear up the roadway again.

Response from: Fred G. HiattJr., community services direc-
tor City of Daytona Beach Shores

It seems that the person who submitted the rant may be a
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tona Beach Shores has just completed a huge project that
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Port Orange sings
her heart out
during the'Seniors
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recently.
This September,
the facility will host
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ton (North) to the city limits at Frazar Road. In addition to
placing these lines underground, we also closed up all
unused curb cuts (driveways), installed brand new widened
sidewalks, and installed a new (city owned) street light sys-
tem that includes decorative poles with attractive city ban-
ners. Our City Council has been adamant and has worked
diligently to make sure this overall theme is extended
throughout the entire city.
As such, our last phase of this project has now moved to
the section of South Atlantic Avenue that is located south of
Dunlawton (as well as a small section of Dunlawton itself).
This last phase is much more complicated as we are reduc-
ing the number of lanes (road diet) from five to three. On
the East side of the new street, there will be a 12-foot wide,
meandering, multidirectional trail/sidewalk. At Emilia, the
trail will cross over to the west side of the road and will con-
tinue south to the city limits. This section will only be eight
feet wide. As part of this project, we are installing a new
stormwater system for the County, partnering with the City
of Port Orange to replace their water main, and also replac-
ing/repairing the city's sewer line infrastructure.
Lastly and more to the point of your question, all of the
overhead utility lines (power, cable, phone, fiber) along this
section of roadway will be placed underground. Additional-
ly, this section will have the same decorative street light sys-
tem with the attractive banners. We hope to have South
Atlantic completed before Christmas.


Why isn't there more Edgewater coverage?

I am writing to complain about the lack of coverage about
anything in Edgewater. When is the Hometown News going
to remove Edgewater from its title? I have been getting the
Hometown News since it started printing a few years ago
and recently, I never see anything about Edgewater. I could
be wrong, but I think it has been as least three months since
any type of news coverage about anything on in Edge-
water has been seen in the Hometown News or for that mat-
ter any other newspaper. No special events? No City Coun-
cil meeting summaries? No news of anything good or bad
happening in Edgewater. Does nothing happen in Edgewa-
ter or does the Hometown News just fail to cover Edgewa-
ter? Is the City Council even meeting to discuss anything at
all? Aren't budget hearings coming up soon? Shouldn't the
residents of Edgewater be informed of what's going on in
this town? Or maybe the City Council and City Manager
carefully filter and censor all information coming out of City
Hall so as to keep everyone carefully uninformed? What's
going on here? Either Edgewater is not doing anything or
the Hometown News is failing to cover it. Which is it?
Editor's note: While we have had feature stories and photo-
graphs out of Edgewater recently, the writer is correct: we
have not had many news stories. We apologize and are work-
ing to correct that. We havejust brought on a new writer who
lives in Edgewater and will be covering the Edgewater City
Council meetings and other news coming out of the city.


Letters


Boardwalk is smelly, old and dated

I have lived here for 37 years and in that time the board-
walk has gone from family fun spot to a squalid retch on
life support. It is time for the people responsible, the Pas-
palakises and the Petras, among others, to get out of the
way. They are the ones responsible for allowing their prop-
erties to stagnate and to allow the seedier elements to
move in. You go down to the boardwalk and it's as though


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From page Al
to Cancer Kids program.
To make a reservation, e-mail
robin.mozingo@cancer.org or call (386)
274-3274, Ext. 5851.

Classes offered

The City of Port Orange Parks &
Recreation Department is offering the
following classes during the summer
months: ballroom dance, country line
dance, dog obedience, jazzercise,
Zumba, Tai Chi and yoga.
There are many clubs to join includ-
ing: horseshoe, duplicate bridge, con-
tract bridge, women's club bridge, Knit
Wits, Sons of Italy and the Port Orange
retirees.
New instructors are needed for
beginning Spanish and computer
classes.
For more information, call (386) 756-
5391.

Theater summer
camp offered

Center Stage Theatricals will hold a
five-day camp for ages 5 to 9 featuring a
performance of "If You Give A Pig A
Pancake."
The group will also be producing the
musical "13," a pop rock musical for
ages 11 and older; beginning with a
two-week workshop August 1 to 12.
For information on Center Stage The-
atricals and summer enrollment, call
(386) 322-5812 or visit www.Center-
StageTheatricals,com.


nothing has changed since the '80s. The same tired dirty
amusements, same peeling paint, same smelly floors and
same indifferent under-paid transient staff. A change is
needed and that change is long overdue. Oh, and a ferris
wheel and bungee ride aren't progress. These rides could
go in the parking lot of the mall and get more business.

Vince Colucci
Ormond Beach


Driver safety class offered

The Sunshine Safety Council will
conduct a "Coaching the Mature Drive"
course, which meets Florida require-
ments for an auto liability insurance
discount for licensed drivers 55 and
older.
The course will be held from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m., Saturday, June 18 and Wednes-
day July 13. The Sunshine Safety Coun-
cil is located at 150 N. Beach St., Day-
tona Beach.
The cost is $10.
To make a reservation or for more
information, call (386) 253-6400 or
(800) 467- 7327, Ext. 123.

Learn to Swim program
needs sponsors

The Daytona Beach Leisure Services
Learn to Swim Program for neighbor-
hood kids is need of sponsors.
The Learn to Swim program is a pro-
gram aimed to teach area children how
to swim and practice water safety while
in and around pools. Currently, there
are eight classes filled with children
from the surrounding neighborhoods,
but due to the lack of sponsorships that
maybe the only swimming lessons
offered.
In order to offer more classes at the
Aquatic Center an estimated $1,200 is
needed to cover scholarships for kids
for the next five week session, begin-
ning June 25 and the third session slat-
ed to began in August.
There are approximately 50 kids on
the waiting list for session two and the
center has started a waiting list for ses-
sion three.
For more information or to make a


donation, call (386) 671-4006 or (386)


donation, call (386) 671-4006 or (386)
671-3426.

Early Learning Coalition
receives donation

Daytona Kiwanis has made a $1,000
donation to Early Learning Coalition of
Flagler &Volusia counties.
There are 31 Early Learning Coali-
tions in Florida under the direction of
the Agency for Workforce Innovation
and the Office of Early Learning. The
Early Learning Coalition of Flagler and
Volusia Counties works in conjunction
with private, faith-based and public
school programs serving children from
birth to five years old.
For more information or to join, call
(386) 852-1525 or (386) 334-2865.

Audubon Society to meet

The Halifax River Audubon Chapter
will meet at 7 p.m., Monday, June 20, at
Sica Hall, 1065 Daytona Ave., Holly Hill.
"Uplands" will be presented by
Randy Sleister, manager of Land Man-
agement for Volusia County.
Refreshments will be served at 6:30
p.m. Admission is free. Guests are wel-
come.

Korean War veterans to meet

The next meeting for the local chap-
ter of the Korean War Veterans Associa-
tion 189 will be at 1 p.m., Tuesday, June
21, at of VFW Post 3282, 5810 S.
Williamson Blvd., Port Orange.
The lunch cost is $5.99.
The meeting will start at 2 p.m. Geri
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CIRCLE OF LOVE


Quilting circle
offers warmth
for both
recipients and
members

By John Bozzo
For Hometown News
DAYTONA BEACH - Stitch
by stitch, some "Classy, Crafty
Ladies" provide relief for the
needy and an uplifting social
haven for themselves.
About 15 women meet
weekly at the Dickerson Com-
munity Center to work on
sewing, crocheting, knitting
and quilting projects for nurs-
ing home residents, the
homeless and earthquake
survivors in Haiti.
"We had two men," said
Wilma Hawkins, who runs the
Senior Oasis program for the
city's Leisure Services Depart-
ment, "but they dropped off."
Blankets, lap warmers,
hats, quilts, clothing and
other items are made through
the efforts of the women, who
not only supply the labor, but
pay for their own materials
and often add toiletries for
the needy who receive their
products.
Efforts expanded recently
to make pillowcase dresses
for women and girls in earth-
quake-ravaged Haiti.
"We sew for charity," said
Ms. Hawkins, a 35-year veter-
an in the Leisure Services
Department. "The things we
make, we donate to different
places."
Ms. Hawkins said her
expertise is sewing, but as
with many of the other
women, she picked up new
skills, learning from the other
participants.
"I learned how to make knit
hats," she said. "With this
group, I've learned how to do
a lot of things."


Above: Juanita Minton,
left, of Port Orange looks
on as Irma Jamison, center,
of Daytona Beach and
Wilma Hawkins, right, of
Daytona Beach use knitting
looms to make hats for the
homeless during a gather-
ing of the Classy, Crafty
Ladies Sewing Club at the
Dickerson Center in
Daytona Beach recently.
Right: Tonya Laughlin of
Daytona Beach makes a
baby quilt.
Photos by Randy Barber
staff photographer
Asked what the key is to
making a knit hat, Ms.
Hawkins said, "patience."
The idea for the sewing,
knitting, crocheting and quilt-
ing came from participants in
the city's Senior Oasis pro-
grams.
"I just had people who
wanted to have programs
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going on," Ms. Hawkins said.
"I asked what they wanted
and this was it."
The women socialize while
they work, she said, but the
conversation invariable turns
to where to get materials for
their projects on sale.
Bettie Caswell, an Ormond
Beach resident in her 60's, has
participated in the group for a
year.
For Ms. Caswell, who
retired here 11 years ago from
New Jersey, where she worked
as a health services training
supervisor, the sewing pro-
gram provides a useful outlet.
"I get the satisfaction of giv-
ing back to the community,"
Ms. Caswell said. "This takes a
lot of time.
She also appreciates the


companionship.
"I really enjoy it, the social-
ization," Ms. Caswell said.
"We have a group of ladies
that works together real well.
We teach each other. If one
crochets and the other does-
n't, we teach her."
Ms. Caswell said she sug-
gested the sewing group add
pillowcase dresses for Haiti as
one of their projects. Her
inspiration was a program
about making pillowcase
dresses for Africa on the cable
news channel, MSNBC.
"I said, 'We can do this for
Haiti,' " Ms. Caswell said.
"We're making pillowcase
dresses. They're not all made
out of pillowcases. Some are
made out of pillowcases, but
the majority are not. We're just
making them out of a simple
pattern."
Group president Gloria
Nedd, who came up with the


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Bettie Caswell of Ormond
Beach cuts fabric for a
pillowcase dress during a
gathering of the Classy,
Crafty Ladies Sewing Club
at the Dickerson Center in
Daytona Beach recently.

Randy Barber
staff photographer
name Classy, Crafty Ladies, is
a Daytona Beach resident
who retired from Halifax
Medical Center after 27 years
as a nurse. Several years ago
she was making quilts with
Church Women United when
someone told her about the
group at Dickerson.
"I would come over to show
the ladies how to make lap
covers," Ms. Nedd said. "I
brought another lady who
knew more about making
quilts."
Ms. Nedd said the Classy,
Crafty Ladies is like a group of
sisters, enjoying each other's
company, giving each other
advice, sharing skills and
encouragement.
"My favorite thing to make
is baby blankets," Ms. Nedd
said. "I have a favorite kind I
like to call Teddy bear. You can
see the outline of the Teddy
bear I crochet."
The ladies also make some-
thing called "no sew" blan-
kets. They put two pieces of
material together, cut the
material into strips and tie the
tops and bottom strips
together to make blankets.
"Most of the enjoyment, I
think, is giving away every-
thing we make," Ms. Nedd
said. "That's our enjoyment-
giving. We really enjoy the
look on a patient's face when
we give them a blanket."
For more information on
the Senior Oasis programs,
call the Daytona Beach
Leisure Services department at
(386)299-2994.






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By Patrick McCallister
For Hometown News
DAYTONA BEACH - It's
the sort of news that Kate
Abels has waited to hear for
21 years. Someone who, like
her, has a spinal cord injury,
stood up and walked with
the help of new medical
technology.
The Christopher and
Dana Reeve Foundation,
along with the National
Institutes of Health, recently
announced that research
scientists succeeded in
helping a paraplegic to
stand and walk.
Ms. Abels, who is para-
plegic, said she was happy
to hear the news, even if it
never benefits her personal-
ly because of the amount of
atrophy in her muscles. As
president of disAbility Solu-
tions for Independent Liv-
ing in Daytona Beach, a
nonprofit that assists dis-
abled residents, Ms. Abels is
surrounded by many people
the breakthrough can help.
"I was injured in 1990, and
didn't think I'd make it 21
years later," Ms. Abels said.
"The whole duration, I've
been watching all the dis-
coveries."
Researchers at the
Louisville Frazier Rehabili-
tation Unit, using experi-
mental epidural electrical
stimulation with an
implanted device, success-
fully mimicked the brain's
signals past Rob Summer's
spinal cord injury to help
initiate repeated voluntary
movements of the ankles,
knees and hips.
In a phone interview, Mr.
Summers, 25, said he hopes
his medical successes, with
a combination of experi-
mental epidural electrical
stimulation and intense
physical training, inspire
everyone to be more appre-
ciative of what they can do
with or without disabilities
and to live fuller lives.
"My biggest message is


about hope and inspiring
people to live the best that
they can be now, and in the
future," he said.
Mr. Summers, who was
struck by a car in a hit and
run accident in 2006, now
stands for about an hour a
day in a controlled setting
without direct assistance.
He still needs considerable
support to make stepping
movements. Additionally,
the experimental therapy
that started in 2009 has
helped Mr. Summers regain
lung function, body temper-
ature regulation, and greater
bowel and bladder control,
along with some sexual
function.
According to the Reeve
Foundation, about 1.3 mil-
lion Americans have spinal
cord injuries. The injuries
cause varying levels of dis-
comfort and paralysis, from
quadriplegia - paralysis of
all limbs and torso, and
paraplegia - paralysis of
the lower extremities, to
ambulatory- able to walk
and do other activities, but
usually with a great deal of
weakness and pain. Men are
about twice as likely to have
spinal-cord injuries as
women, and the leading
cause by far is vehicular
accidents.
The Florida Department
of Health's Brain and Spinal
Cord Injury Program reports
that about 500 Floridians
are spinal-cord injured
every year. The state draws
many wheelchair users,
because of its flat terrain,
and abundance of buildings
constructed after the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities Act
established accessibility
standards. That was in 1990.
Dr. Susan Harkema, pro-
fessor of neurological sur-
gery at the University of
Louisville, and director of
research at Frazier Rehabili-
tation Institute is one of the
lead researchers working
with Mr. Summers. She said
with his successes showing


The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation,
along with the National Institutes of
Health, recently announced that research
scientists succeeded in helping a paraplegic
to stand and walk.


promise for epidural electri-
cal stimulation, researchers
will test it on four others
who share similar traits.
"The next step is to repeat
this in people who are simi-
lar to Rob (Summers)," she
said.
Mr. Summers remained
athletic after his injury five
years ago, has a supportive
partner, and as a former col-
lege baseball player and
now day trader is accus-
tomed to keeping successes
and failures in perspective.
Dr. Harkema said if there's
repeated success with the
experimental treatment,
researchers will test it on
others with different levels,
types, and longevities of
spinal-cord injuries. She
said the electrical stimula-
tion therapy isn't a cure for
paralysis due to spinal cord
injury, but is helping scien-
tists understand the circuit-
ry better. She said an ulti-
mate cure will likely be a
regimen of different thera-
pies, not a single "silver bul-
let."
Ms. Abels participated in
research studies after her
injury. The side affects were
devastating, but temporary.
She has much admiration
for people such as Mr. Sum-
mers who are willing to risk
gains they've worked for to
help researchers advance
toward better therapies for
function recovery and a cure
for spinal-cord injuries.
"It's a risk," she said. "He
took a risk to not only help
himself but the rest of the
SCI community."
Tom Bird runs the Halifax
Neuroscience SCI Support
Group at the Halifax Med-
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said hope is often a rare
commodity for people with
disabilities, and too often
they choose to wait for med-
ical breakthroughs instead
of acclimating to and
excelling despite their dis-
abilities.
"A lot of time people think
I'm not going to do any-
thing," he said. "I'm not
going to go get a job, I'm not
going to go out. I'm not
going to do anything until
something comes along and
I'm cured."
Mr. Bird said it's impor-
tant for people with disabili-
ties to be excited about new
research and expanded
therapies, but to remain
active in the meantime.
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Halifax Neuroscience SCI
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Clifton did not live up to that
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city."
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council members' actions
because of what happened.
"It makes me sick when
people like Ron Clifton take
advantage of the office and
the people's trust," she said.
She did not become suspi-
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tigating a city official was
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assumed the two events were
related.
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Long said they had no knowl-
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in any illegal activity while
they were serving on council
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the scandal - which he said
hits close to home because
Ron Clifton graduated from
Stetson and the Clifton fami-
ly retains close ties to the
DeLand college.
Mr. Clifton's parents, Dr.
Ron Clifton, Sr. and Gwili
Clifton, are alsoStetson grad-
uates. Dr. Clifton, a former
diplomat with the U.S. Senior
Foreign Service, worked as
director of Stetson's Celebra-
tion campus in Osceola
County from 1997 to 2005.
A press statement from
Stetson's website shows the
Cliftons donated $50,000 in
2006 to fund scholarships for
Daytona State College stu-
dents who transfer to Stetson
for their Bachelor's degrees.
Dr. Bailey said we are living
in a time where citizens hold
"great distrust" and "para-
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officials, a common phe-
nomenon during times of
economic turmoil.
He said corruption is more
common at the local level
than in the state and federal
level because decisions


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made by municipal boards
could translate to significant
monetary benefit.
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code enforcement can mean
hundreds of thousands,
even millions of dollars," he
said.
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corruption problem, he said,
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of accountability that pro-
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limiting the power of local
officials. Without checks on
municipal leaders, Dr. Bailey
said, "something not so
good is going to happen."
Dr. Bailey said both Mr.
Clifton and Mr. Mitchell
must pay the consequences
for their actions.
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somebody in his prime
going to federal prison," he
said, but because Mr. Clifton
and Mr. Mitchell agreed to
plead guilty to the charges,
they "have to pay the piper."
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phone calls, and when Mr.
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Port Orange/Ponce Inlet
So. Daytona/Daytona Beach ShoresAl


New club brings together women who need travel companions


By Heather Harter
For Hometown News

VOLUSIA COUNTY -
Yes, women can go see
great sites, visit world-
famous museums and eat
fabulous meals alone, but
wouldn't it be more fun for
them to do those things
with a companion? Not to
mention safer and cheaper.
That's what Marian
Blessing thought, so she
has started a new club in
Volusia County that will
help bring like-minded
female travelers together.
The New Adventures
Women's Travel Club will
hold its first meeting on
Thursday, June 30 at 6 p.m.
at the Casements, 25 River-
side Drive, Ormond Beach.
Ms. Blessing, an inde-
pendent travel consultant,


Road
From page Al

Department said that once
the current Williamson
Boulevard construction
project is complete, there
will be no more road proj-
ects started.
"There were strong
expectations that projects
in the engineering phase
would go forward, but
there is no projected fund-
ing available for the con-
struction of any projects,"
Mr. Brinton said. "Road
resurfacing will also not be
maintained at the levels we
have in the past."
This may become a "crit-
ical" situation, officials say.
Mr. Brinton said he gets
several calls from residents
regarding road problems in
their districts.
"I return approximately
three calls per week to
advise concerned residents
that we may not be able to
attend to the needs of their
neighborhood roads," Mr.
Brinton said.
Carl Persis, District 4
councilman, says that the
road issues are becoming a
critical issue in the county.
"During the last six
months I have received
requests from people
about the conditions of
roads in their respective
areas," Mr. Persis said.
"With the gas tax revenue
diminishing and no state
assistance, the mainte-
nance of our roadways is
becoming a critical con-
cern. We have to use our
limited road maintenance
dollars to repair the most
traveled and most dam-
aged roads."
Ormond-by-the-Sea resi-
dent Stevan Simmons is
concerned about the con-


Lost
From page A10
exactly how they look that
day.
*Positive reinforcement:
Speak with your child about
stranger danger, and
remind them of the impor-
tance of staying with you.
Sometimes children do
get lost, and it is easy for
parents and guardians to
forget what to do in this
scary situation. Many pub-
lic places have standard
procedures of what to do
when a child is missing, so
make sure authorities and
the venue's management
are notified that the child is
lost.
*If you are at home,
search your house first
before going outside. Check
closets, laundry baskets and
piles of clothes, in and
under beds, in large appli-
ances, in vehicles and other
areas where the child may
hide or play.
*If you still can't find the
child in the home, call 911
to notify them and let them
know if you feel the child is
in any danger. Police
departments would rather
be aware of the situation
and called back when the


decided to start the club
after hearing from several
local women that they had
no one to travel with.
"Many of these women,
either by choice or circum-
stance, find themselves
with the desire to travel but
without a traveling com-
panion," Ms. Blessing said.
The group is forming as a
social club, allowing mem-
bers to interact and discov-
er suitable companions.
Ms. Blessing says the club
will host guest speakers
from tour companies and
educational lecturers who
can report on world desti-
nations. It is her hope that
the once a month network-
ing opportunity will lead
members to discover suit-
able travel partners and
build friendships.
Port Orange resident


tinued deterioration of
roads in the northern end
of the county. He has
noticed numerous pot-
holes along local roads, he
said.
"I'm sure if we see a
storm hit here this season,
we will see where our roads
are weakest," Mr. Simmons
said.
Warren Pike, Public
Works Director for the City
of Port Orange, says his city
is being impacted by the
county's budget woes.
"The county's challenges
have caused us to prolong
our paving program," Mr.
Pike said.
"Instead of completing
the program in 18 to 20
years, we have had to
stretch out our paving
work over a 25 year plan."
Mr. Pike warns that the
longer cycle may cause
roads to break down
beyond the ability to sim-
ply repair or resurface.
"Over time some roads
might have to be rebuilt,"
he said
Mr. Brinton said that
going forward, the county
will only be repairing roads
that the engineering
department deem neces-
sary to prevent structural
failure of the base material
of the roadways. "Base fail-
ure," he said, means having
to put in a whole new road-
way.
County Council member
Joie Alexander said the
complaints about road
repairs will become a com-
mon topic of concern
going forward.
"The issue we have right
now is there is a perception
in people's mind that our
capacity for road building
has not been affected by
cuts because we have done
such a good job up to this
point," she said. "The


child is found, rather than
wasting valuable minutes to
find the child. Time is cru-
cial once a child has been
separated from you.
*Stay calm. Screaming the
child's name won't help you
locate the child any faster if
they are not close by. Plus,
yelling the child's name
could lure the wrong type of
person to your child who
may be screaming back for
you.
*Make sure the phone
number your child knows,
preferably a cell phone, is
on and is receiving a signal.
Also, be sure to have a close
family member or neighbor
near your home phone so
that you can stay in the area
where the child was last
seen.

Just like any other emer-
gency plan, it is important
to review and practice your
family's strategy if a child
gets lost. Children can be
better prepared to know
what to do in the situation,
and will feel more confident
that they will be reunited
with their family if they
understand the family's
"lost" procedures.
-Keith Kepler
AlliedBarton vice presi-
dent and general manager


Marie Riley thinks the club
will fill a need for many of
the area's older residents.
"While I have my daugh-
ter to travel with, I do know
of many women who wish
they could take a trip, but
their husbands had trav-
elled during their profes-
sional careers and just do
not want to travel in retire-
ment," Ms. Riley said.
Rosalee Bernstien of
Ormond Beach shares a
similar sentiment. She
says that she has more of
an adventurous spirit than
her husband and is looking
forward to finding like
minded women to travel
with.
"I know other women
who are recently widowed
and this club will provide
opportunities for them as
well," Mrs. Bernstien said.


problem is that we have
lost our ability to do what
has been successful and
over time we will see an
erosion in quality and
capacity and then we will
get more complaints."
Finding alternative fund-
ing is difficult, officials say.
Federal dollars require
plans be made to higher
standards, which would
cost the county more in the
planning stage and provide
no guarantee of financial
support. The Dunn Avenue
extension project was paid
for with federal stimulus
dollars, but was the only
project that met the "shov-
el-ready" requirement to
receive that funding.
Mr. Brinton said the
stalled road projects on the
five-year plan will go right
back to the planning stage
they were in if economic
conditions change and
money becomes available.
Two projects that will
definitely go forward are
bridge projects - the
replacement of the Orange
Avenue drawbridge and
repairs to the Turnbull Bay
Road bridge. These proj-
ects have just received
funding from the Florida
Department of Transporta-


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Susan Unsinger, travel
consultant with AAA's Day-
tona Beach office says she
sees a high need for a club
of this nature in Volusia
County.
"We often see single trav-
elers looking for a way for
us to pair them up with a
companion or add them to
a group trip," Ms. Unsinger
said.
Ms. Unsinger said many
of the requests for traveling
partners are financially
motivated.
Ms. Blessing said that
travel pricing is often
structured on double occu-
pancy, making it cost pro-
hibitive for many women
to travel alone.
"By traveling with other
like minded club members
women maybe able to save
money while making


tion through the Federal
Bridge Replacement fund.
Work on these projects will
begin by 2014.


friends and discovering
new and exciting destina-
tion," Ms. Blessing said.
For more information


about joining The New
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Farmton
From page Al
der received $750, accord-
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Supervisor of Elections
office.
Ms. Alexander expressed
outrage that anyone would
think her vote could be
bought. She supported the
Miami Corp. plan because
the number of homes pro-
posed was trimmed by
6,000 and the conservation
area was increased by
10,000 acres from the orig-
inal plan. She said carving
Farmton into ranchettes
(previously, Miami Corp
considered the construc-
tion of 1,700 "ranchette"
homesites from 10 to 25
acres in Volusia and 2,306
sites of five acres in Bre-


vard) would be an environ-
mental disaster. Miami
Corp. also must provide
jobs to proceed with devel-
opment, possibly by
attracting corporations to
transportation corridors,
she said.
"I looked at it as a plan,"
Ms. Alexander said. "I feel
sometimes we fail to plan,
or plan to fail."
She expects the plan to
change when details are
worked out in the years to
come.
"What we're looking at
today, will not be what
we're looking at in the
future," she said.
Ms. Northey described
the Farmton vote as one of
her toughest as an elected
official. To decide, she said
she asked herself what


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kind of Volusia County will
exist in 2060 for her grand-
child. She said she was
impressed with the land
devoted to conservation in
the plan, water resources
to be available, clustering
of construction and jobs to
be provided. Also, except
for some construction
near the Restoration proj-
ect in Edgewater, there will
be no development on the
Farmton Tree farm for 20
years.
"In effect, a building
moratorium has been
placed on this land and
can only be lifted when,
and only if, Farmton meets
the needs test," Ms.
Northey said in a written
message. "They cannot
build the first home if the
need is not there."

. .1


What about
the water?

Miami Corp. plans to
form a water utility to sup-
ply water to the proposed
development.
A new test, Miami Corp.
officials say, shows Farm-
ton is served by a separate,
distinct underground
water source.
"There had been no test-
ing for water in this area,"
said Mr. Storch, the Miami
Corp. attorney. "Testing
revealed a significant
water resource at Farmton
that (the) St. Johns (River
Water Management Dis-
trict) did not know about."
Ms. Herrin scoffed at
Miami Corp.'s plan to
establish a water utility to
serve not only its 25,000
homes and four million
square feet of commercial
space, but also at least
some development in
Edgewater, without caus-
ing environmental harm.
"I'd like someone to tell
me how a water utility
there (in the Farmton Tree
Farm) is not going to affect
wetlands," Ms. Herrin said.
"The whole area is sur-
rounded by wetlands."
Miami Corp. will require
construction standards to
cut water consumption
and re-use treated waste-
water for irrigation, Mr.
Storch said.
Another big issue of
concern to environmental-
ists is that nearly 24,000
acres of the Farmton Tree
Farm is set aside as a wet-
lands mitigation bank.
Developers who pro-
pose construction that
would destroy wetlands in
one place, must pay to set
aside wetlands elsewhere,
in approved areas called
wetlands mitigation
banks, like the one on the
Farmton property. Wet-
lands mitigation fees in
Florida can run more than
$50,000 an acre.
"It is the largest mitiga-
tion bank in the United
States," said Mrs. Herrin,
of Edgewater Citizens for
Responsible Development.
"It has importance in the
state and nation."
For the Miami Corp. plan
to go ahead, the company
might need permission to
reduce the mitigation bank
because construction is
not allowed near wetlands
mitigation areas, accord-
ing to Volusia County
Council agenda docu-
ments.


The Farmton Mitigation Ban
nation.
The cost of
development

Another concern among
critics is the cost to tax-
payers for the Miami Corp.
development.
Mr. Storch asserts the
developer will pay all
development costs.
"I'm not aware of any
additional costs to taxpay-
ers," he said.
School construction to
service the projected new
population could exceed
$200 million, according to
Volusia County Schools.
"We're not planning on
building anything out
there," said Saralee Morris-
sey, Volusia County
Schools planning director.
"If something happens
sooner than later, we
would not have any ability
to fund it. They would have
to fund it."
Before Miami Corp.
could build more than
roughly 2,200 homes, an
agreement must be
worked out on school con-
struction between the
company and the School
District.
Volusia County Council-
man Andy Kelly, who voted
against the Miami Corp.
plan, remains skeptical of
Mr. Storch's claim. The
public could be on the
hook for $60 million for
roads during the first of
three proposed construc-
tion phases, Mr. Kelly said.
"Potentially no taxpayer
cost - that isn't a fact,"


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taxpayers is a statement in
the agreement with Miami
Corp. that the county
reserves the right to
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based on the availability of
funding, he said.
"We will need to hold
their feet to the fire the
whole way to make sure
they follow through on
everything they prom-
ised," Mr. Kelly said.
But he worries a future
County Council might not
hold Miami Corp. to its
promises.
Mr. Kelly supports the
clustering approach as a
smart strategy to protect
the land. Miami Corp.'s
plan just doesn't go far
enough, he said.
He appreciates the
promise to provide jobs,
but wonders how that will
happen.
Peace in this land war
should come when Miami
Corp. submits detailed
plans in the future, Mr.
Kelly said.
Future negotiations on
detailed plans should
include reducing the num-
ber of homes and commer-
cial development, while
increasing the land put
into conservation, Mr.
Kelly said. Up to now, there
hasn't been enough give
and take.
"There was no, 'let's
work it out' . . . It went
from zero to 100 in noth-
ing flat, with nothing in
between," Mr. Kelly said.


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Fennimore will be the fea-
tured speaker. She will be pre-
senting AARP United Health
Care Medicare Choice PPO
Medicare Advantage Plan.
This has a zero dollar premi-
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20 percent that Medicare
does not cover. It has dental,
vision and a fitness club
membership included.
The general public is invit-
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To make a reservation, call
(386) 761-0912.

Palmetto Club to hold
open house

The Palmetto Club sum-
mer open house will be held
at 10 a.m., Tuesday, June 21, at
1000 S. Beach St., Daytona
Beach.



Council
From page Al
Street into a mixed-use work-
ing waterfront.
"I think it's been getting
out of hand," he said.
"Instead of trying to get
together, it seems we're com-
ing apart."
Mr. Smith believes the
Town Council must reach a
compromise with Pacetta
property owners Simone and
Lyder Johnson and end the
litigation as soon as possible.
In addition to Pacetta,
Councilman Scott Meacham
wanted to know applicants'
opinions on two other con-
troversial town issues, the
noise ordinance and the sign
ordinance.
Agreeing with the consen-
sus of councilors that the
noise ordinance needs to be
revisited, Mr. Smith believes
the ordinance should be
changed to reflect that police
should issue a verbal warn-
ing before a written citation
is issued.
He did ask, however, why
businesses "keep cranking
up that darn bass."
"They (business owners)
have a lot of control over the
annoyance that the bass cre-
ates, and they can do some-
thing with their volume but
they seem reluctant to try to
do that," he said.
That was the basis for his
vote in favor of suspending
the amplification license for
Jerry's Pizza and Tiki Bar at a
recent Planning Board hear-
ing, he said.
Mr. Smith said he consid-
ers the proposed sign ordi-
nance too restrictive because
the size of some signs, such
as real estate signs from
Adams Cameron placed near
the Fisherman's Village con-
dominiums, are so small that
a person cannot read the sign
from inside a motor vehicle.
"The Town is in a conflict
that we approve a business
entity but the sign ordinance
doesn't allow the sign to be
big enough to adequately
advertise what we've
approved to be in business
there," he said.
Mr. Smith hopes he can
bring about positive change
as councilman.
"I believe that I can provide
knowledge and leadership to
solve problems and con-
tribute to the future of Ponce
Inlet," he said.


There will be card playing
and lunch will be served at
noon. Donation is $12.
To make a reservation, call
(386) 767-5398.

Plant society to meet

The Florida Native Plant
Society Pawpaw chapter will
meet from 7 to 9 p.m., Tues-
day, June 21, at Grace Luther-
an Church, 338 Ocean Shore
Blvd., Ormond Beach.
The speaker will be Susan
Young.
The subject will be hiking
and kayaking Florida's
springs. Ms. Young will be
presenting photos and video
clips from kayaking and hik-
ing around Florida's springs.
These might include the Sil-
ver, Juniper, Oklawaha,
Alexander, Rainbow, Wekiva
and Blue Springs.
This event is free to the
public.
For more information, call


(386) 212-9923.

Sea Services group has
luncheon meeting
The FRA Branch 335 will
have a luncheon and meeting
on June 23 at the Port Orange
VFW Post 3282 on 5810 S.
Williamson Blvd.
The branch will pay for
each member and a guest.
The luncheon will begin at 1
p.m. followed by a short
meeting.
Anyone who has honorably
served in the Navy, Marines
or Coast Guard is qualified to
join.
For more information, call
(386) 852-7773 (386) 788-
5382 and leave a message.

Irish-American Club to
hold party

The Irish-American Club of


Greater Daytona is holding an
Irish Shenanigans Party at 4
p.m., Sunday, June 26, at the
Pelican Bay Country Club,
North Clubhouse, 350 Pelican
Bay Drive. The public may
attend.
All tickets are $19.95.
There will be a pork roast
dinner, dessert, coffee and
tea.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Tommy & Annette
Doyle playing the best of Irish
and American music.
There will be a cash bar,
Irish dancers and a 50/50 raf-
fle. Seating is limited. Tickets
will not be available at the
door.
Deadline for reservations is
June 22.
Doors will open at 3:30 p.m.
For tickets call, (386) 265-
4670, or (386) 760-1288.

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*"Footloose:" Cinematique
of Daytona will show "Foot-
loose" outdoor at the band-
shell in Daytona Beach. The
movie will start at dusk.
Snacks and beverages,
including popcorn, hot dogs,
candy and sodas will be sold.
For more information on
Cinematique, movie sched-
ules, reviews of the films
being shown, details on
membership and donations to
the not-for-profit organization,
visit www.cinematique.org or
call the box office at (386)
252-3118.
*Cinematique: "First
Beautiful Thing" will be shown
from June 17-30. This film is
Italian with English subtitles.
"White Irish Drinkers" will play
until June 23. For more
information on Cinematique,
movie schedules, reviews of
the films being shown, details
on membership and dona-
tions to the not-for-profit
organization, visit www.cine-
matique.org or call the box
office at (386) 252-3118.
*"A Doll's House": Daytona
State College's School of
Music, Entertainment and Art
presents "A Doll's House," a
three-act drama by Henrik
Ibsen. Nightly performances in
the Goddard Performance Hall
(Building 230) continue
through Saturday, June 18. A
matinee performance is
scheduled for Sunday, June
19, at 2:30 p.m. Admission is
free to Daytona State College
students as well as Volusia
and Flagler county students;
all others $8 per person or $15
for two. Tickets are available
in advance at the Daytona
State Box Office located in the
Theater Center (Building 220)
on the Daytona Beach
Campus at 1200 W. Interna-
tional Speedway Blvd. Box
Office Hours are Wednesday
to Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. For more information call
(386) 506-3042.
*Wine Down: The Ormond
Beach Historical Society will
hold a "Wine Down" from
5:30-7:30 p.m., Friday, June
17, at Anderson-Price Memori-
al Building, 42 N. Beach St.,
Ormond Beach. Admission is
$25 per person, which
includes two complimentary
drinks and hors d'oeuvres.
Musical entertainment will be
provided by Gailforce. Tickets
are available at the MacDon-
ald House, 38 E. Granada
Blvd., Ormond Beach, by
phone at (386) 677-7005, or
at the door. Proceeds benefit
the historical society.
www.OrmondHistory.org.
*Daytona Gospel Fest: This
event will be held Friday June

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Come spend an evening with Alice


By Jeannine Gage
gage@hometownnewsol.com
DAYTONA BEACH - Shake-
speare's phrase "All the world's a
stage" was taken very literally by
playwright Alice Gerstenberg.
Many of the mostly one-act plays
she wrote in the early part of the
20th century could be performed
just about anywhere. "The Pup-
peteer," for example, takes place
solely on a staircase.
Ms. Gerstenberg, a native of
Chicago, was a pioneer of the Little
Theater movement. She believed
everyone should be able to per-
form and see plays, no matter their
lack of access to theaters or money
for elaborate productions. Ms.
Gerstenberg also saw these inex-
pensively produced plays as a


means of fundraising for commu-
nities wanting to found little the-
aters.
Carrie Van Tol is a fundraiser and
director at the Daytona Playhouse.
She recently stumbled upon Ms.
Gersternberg's work and found out
about her involvement with com-
munity theater.
She was inspired.
"I realized that if it weren't for
the efforts of those such as (Ms.
Gerstenberg), there would be no
community theater to enjoy
today," Ms. Van Tol said.
To honor Ms. Gerstenberg, and -
appropriately - raise a little money
for the Playhouse, a three-night
engagement called "An evening
with Alice - a Night of One Acts"
will be presented June 17-19.
"I don't think that many people


have really heard of Alice Gersten-
berg," Ms. Van Tol said, "so creat-
ing this production was the perfect
chance to celebrate the writings of
this woman as well as the origin of
community theater."
In the spirit of "access for all,"
tickets are priced at only $7.
Ms. Gerstenberg's most signifi-
cant contribution to the little the-
ater movement is her founding of
the Playwright's Theatre of Chica-
go (1922-45), which was designed
to offer the local playwright an
opportunity to produce plays,
according to novelguide.com. But
it was not just her work in theater,
but also her work for theater that
makes Ms. Gerstenberg so popular
still.

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The Club Scene


*Angell & Phelps Cafe:
Guitar Virtuoso Brad Sayre will
perform from 7-10 p.m.,
Friday. Angell & Phelps Cafe is
located at 156 S. Beach St.
Daytona Beach. For more
information, call (386) 257-
2677
*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.
There is a $3 cover. For more
information and a full events
schedule, visit the website at
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Groups of four ladies receive a
bottle of complimentary
champagne. Caffeine Bistro &
Wine Bar is located at 49 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. For more information,
call (386) 672-7277
*Chillin' Out: This restau-
rant serves custom burgers
and wings, and beer on the
beach. Chef Chase serves up
Baja fresh food daily made to
order. There is oceanfront
seating with entertainment
Friday and Saturday night.
Happy Hour specials are
Monday through Thursday
from 5-7 p.m. Chillin' Out is
located at 2986 Ocean Shore
Blvd. in Ormond Beach. For
more information call (386)
310-4826.
*Daytona Beach Moose
Family Center: The Moose
holds a Sunday breakfast


buffet from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Ballroom dancing with Big
Band music is held at 3 p.m.
each Sunday. Bingo is held
from noon-3 p.m. each
Wednesday. Sunday breakfast
ballroom dancing and bingo
are open to the public. The
Moose also holds weekly
dances that are open to
members and guests. The
Moose is located at 601 W.
Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 673-8722.
*The Dish Tavern & Grill:
Live entertainment is held
Saturday evenings from 8-11
p.m. Acoustic guitarist Pat
Crawford will play Classic
Rock on June 18. The Dish
Tavern & Grill is located at
1185 W. Granada Blvd., Suite
1, Ormond Beach. For more
information or reservations,
call (386) 672-3567.
*Down South Philly's: Herb
Lubansky on drums, with


trumpeter Sal Ronci and key-
boardist Lenny Galasso will
perform from 7-10 p.m.,
Thursday, June 23. The band
blends classic jazz, swing,
Latin and big band favorites
with a touch of rhythm and
blues and ballads. Down
South Philly's is located in the
Countryside Shopping Mall
Center at the Southwest
corner of Dunlawton Avenue
and Nova Road in Port
Orange. For information, call
(386) 304-1111.
*Five O' Clock Charley: The
band will be performing rock
and roll, blues and country
hits from 1-5 p.m., Friday and
Saturday at the Hawaiian Inn
Beach Resort pool deck. The
band will be performing from
7-10 p.m., on June 18, at the
Moose Family Center, 601 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach. The band will perform
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. each
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 6-17-2011


Aries-March 21-April 19
Your greatest gift is a strong
spirit. Never give up. When
the chips are down, you can
always hang in there, give
110 percent and do the
right things needed to sur-
vive and thrive. The stress of
the past year or so will
begin to ease soon. You will
see life and finances gradu-
ally easing by the fall. Keep
on keeping on.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Coming back to your cre-
ative self insures a renewal
of present and future happi-
ness, growth and success.
You have done your work.
It's time to play. You have so
much promise and poten-
tial. Your wisdom, life expe-
rience and desire will now
continue you on and up to
your greatest dreams. If you
don't love it, don't do it.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Your positive attitude has
brought you safely through
many of life's challenges. It
will continue to guide you
in the future. Failure is not
an option with you. Keep
honing your talents and
skills. This will prepare you
for new conquests. Your
natural passion for life is
like a beacon for other
thirsty souls who admire
you.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
You thrive under pressure.
Make sure it is the creative
kind. When others around
you are falling apart, you
keep going. Life works easi-
er if you replace the joy in
your heart each day. Do
something nice for you
every day. Now, your pow-
erful presence is felt by oth-
ers who feel inspired just
being around you.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Courage is one of your
greatest assets. The others
are loyalty, honesty and
compassion. You are always
there for your friends. You
don't cut corners. You have
a keen sense of justice. You
give it your all when your
heart is in it. All these won-
derful gifts continue to
advance you in life. Sounds
like royalty to me.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Recent successes make you
want to do even more in
life. You can do it. Be sure
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Out
From page B1
17, at New Mt Zion Missionary
Baptist Church, 515 Dr. Mary
McLeod Bethune Blvd.,
Daytona Beach. Come and
experience the ministry of
CIRYL, The praise and worship


of Danny Green and the dance
of Angels of Praise. Doors
open at 5 p.m., pre-show starts
at 5:30 p.m. Admission is free.
For more information, visit
www.praiseworthyevents.org.
*Daytona Playhouse: "An
Evening with Alice," a night of
one act plays will be held at 8
p.m., June 17 and 2 p.m., June


19, at Daytona Playhouse, 100
Jessamine Blvd., Daytona
Beach. General admission
Tickets are $7. Step back to the
Roaring '20s when flappers
and the bob hair cut hair were
in fashion. Theatre was full of
hope and fresh ideas, experi-
mentation was encouraged.
Enjoy an evening of four one


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acts by Alice Gerstenberg, an
American playwright and
pioneer in the little theater
movement. The Box Office
opens two hours before the
show. For more information,
call (386) 255-2431 or visit
www.daytonaplayhouse.org.

SATURDAY, June 18
*Bandshell: RhythmPhocus
will perform at 7 p.m.,
Saturday at the Bandshell in
Daytona Beach. The Friends of
The Bandshell will present this
free concert. For more
information, visit www.dayton-
abandshell.com/upcoming.ht
ml.
*Hot Rods On The Hill: This
event will be held from 8:30
a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, June 18,
at Hollyland Park in Holly Hill.
The River Cruisin' Parade starts
at 8:30 a.m. There will be a car
show, food, beverages, prizes
and free entertainment.
Registration is $10 per vehicle.
Free dash plaques to first 150
vehicles registered. For more
information, call (386)248-
9441.

SUNDAY, June 19
*Cinematique: "I AM" will
be shown at 2 p.m., Sunday,
June 19. A non-fiction film that
poses two practical and
provocative questions: what's
wrong with our world, and
what can we do to make it
better? The filmmaker behind
the inquiry is Tom Shadyac,
one of Hollywood's leading
comedy practitioners and the


creative force behind such
blockbusters as "Ace Ventura,"
"Liar Liar," "The Nutty Profes-
sor," and "Bruce Almighty."
However, in "I AM," Mr.
Shadyac steps in front of the
camera to recount what
happened to him after a
cycling accident left him
incapacitated, possibly for
good. Though he ultimately
recovered, he emerged with a
new sense of purpose,
determined to share his own
awakening to his prior life of
excess and greed, and to
investigate how he as an
individual, and we as a race,
could improve the way we live
and walk in the world. There
will be a film discussion
afterward. For more informa-
tion on Cinematique, movie
schedules, reviews of the films
being shown, details on
membership and donations to
the not-for-profit organization,
visit www.cinematique.org or
call the box office at (386)
252-3118.

MONDAY, June 20
*Afternoon at the movies:
The Port Orange Regional
Library will offer the film "Harry
Potter and the Deathly
Hallows, Part I," at 2 p.m. in
the library auditorium, 1005
City Center Circle. Part 1
begins as Harry, Ron and
Hermione set out on their
perilous mission to track down
and destroy the secret to
Voldemort's immortality and
destruction - the Horcruxes.
The film is rated PG 13 and is


146 minutes. For more
information, call (386) 322-
5152, Ext. 4.

TUESDAY, June 21
*Poetry: Tomoka Poets
present Ormond Beach poet
Mitzi Coats, June 21 from 7-9
p.m. at Java Jungle, 4606 Clyde
Morris Blvd, Port Orange.
Following her reading the mic
will be open to all poets.
Admission is free. For more
information, call (386) 760-
8969.

WEDNESDAY, June 22
*Walk: The Happy Wander-
ers Fun Walk will be held at 6
p.m., on Flagler Avenue in New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 788-
4026, (386) 676-9863 or visit
www.happywanderersfl.org.
*Short films: Oscar-
nominated short films- live
action will be shown at 10
p.m., June 21. Scheduled to be
shown: "The Confession" -
United Kingdom; "The Crush"
- Ireland; "God of Love" -
U.S.A; "NA WEWE" - Belgium;
"Wish 143"-United Kingdom.
These films are not rated. For
more information on Cinema-
tique, movie schedules,
reviews of the films being
shown, details on membership
and donations to the not-for-
profit organization, visit
www.cinematique.org or call
the box office at (386) 252-
3118.
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For Hometown News
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Brian Cyr is an
acclaimed abstract artist
who was outed in the mili-
tary in 1991 for being gay.
He will bring his work to
the James Harper Fine Arts
Gallery in Ormond Beach
on Saturday, June 18.
An artist reception will
be held at 6 p.m. at 44 W.
Granada Blvd., Ormond
Beach.
The event will move
across the street to Caf-
feine at 9 p.m., for a fash-
ion show.
Mr. Cyr's journey took
him from extreme bullying
and periods of homeless-
ness to a discovery of a
true gift as an abstract
artist.
Having been featured in
successful auctions in New


York and Chicago, Mr. Cyr
was also featured in a
remodel on Long Island at
the Marshall Fields estate,
& was chosen by GLAAD to
be one of the top 100
artists of 2010 who impact-
ed the gay community.
He was also chosen as
one of only 30 artists in the
world to create a piece for
Veuve Clicquot Cham-
pagne.
He is taking his art to the
next level with his intense
designs applied to apparel,
mobile devices and laptop
skins. Ultimately, he looks
to further his success and
help those in need as well
as speak out against all
forms of discrimination.
For more information,
call (386) 235-4264 or visit
www.jhfinearts.com.
-James Harper Fine Arts
Gallery


Agatha Christie
movie series
planned

The Port Orange Region-
al Library will hold "A
Novel Destination: The
Agatha Christie Summer
Movie Series."
Participants will read the
book and watch the movie.
This summer, join the
library staff at 2 p.m. on
Thursday afternoons as
Agatha Christie's detec-
tives solve mysteries at
exotic locales around the


world.
*June 23 - "Evil Under the
Sun"
*June 30 - "Murder on the
Orient Express"
*July 7 - "The Mirror
Crack'd"
*July 21 - "Death on the
Nile"
*July 28 - "Ten Little Indi-
ans"
The Port Orange Region-
al Library is located at 1005
City Center Circle. For
more information, call
(386) 322-5152.

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Scene
From page B1
Thursday, at Pirana Grille, 241
N. U.S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach. For more information,
visit
www.fiveoclockcharley.com.
*Fletcher's Cigar Bar &
Social: Tuesdays is Beer Club.
There is free New Craft beer
every Tuesday (half of every
beer Every Tuesday.) Cost is
$15 monthly or $150 annually.
Thursday night is poker night.
There is no buy-in, free to play.
Fletcher's Cigar Bar & Social is
located at 1220 Hand Ave.,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, call (386) 677-
2700 or visit www.fletcherscig-
arbar.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.
Frappes North To make
reservations, call (386) 615-
4888 or visit the website at
www.frappesnorth.com.
*The Garlic: Blues and Jazz


musicians perform seven
nights a week. Mark "Muddy-
Harp" Hodgson plays the blues
Friday and Saturday, 7-11 p.m.,
and 6-10 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday. Sunday is Father's
Day featuring the Sounds of
Sinatra with the Marc Monte-
son Quartet and special guest
Sid Blair on sax and flute, 6-10
p.m. in the courtyard, no cover.
Thom Chambers takes the
stage Monday 6-10 p.m.
Broadway show tunes and
standards with Michael Lamy at
the piano 6-10 p.m. The Garlic
is located at 556 E. Third
Avenue, New Smyrna Beach.
For more information call
(386) 424-6660.
*Inlet Harbor: Les B Fine will
perform at 1 p.m., Friday. Then
2 Now hits the stage a 6 p.m.,
Friday. Caribbean Posse will
perform at 1 p.m., Saturday.
Rockit will perform at 6 p.m.,
Saturday. Steve Hageman will
perform at noon, Sunday.
Parallel will perform at 5 p.m.,
Sunday. Eddie Uzzle will
perform at 5 p.m., Monday.
Mike Caso will perform at 5
p.m., Tuesday. Greg Cardino
will perform at 5 p.m.,
Wednesday. Steve Hagemen
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.
*Julian's Steak and Seafood


House: Retro dining, dancing
and entertainment is held
Wednesday to Sunday. Doug
Strong The One Man Show

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From page B3
plays from 7-10 p.m. each
Thursday in the Leopard
Lounge. Julian's is located at 88
S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach.
For more information, call (386)
677-6767.
*LuLu's Oceanside Grill: A


5K Fun Run is held from 6-7
p.m. each Tuesday. Admission is
$10. Participants may walk, bike
or ride the 3.5 miles. The route
changes each week. Included in
the $10 admission are two
beers and light appetizers after
the walk. The $10 fee benefits
Ormond Beach Main Street.
LuLu's Oceanside Grill is located
at 30 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond


Beach.
*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-
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*Original First Turn Steak-
house: The Chris Hiatt Experi-
ence will perform from 6-10
p.m., Friday and Saturday.
Karaoke with Twisted Sistaz will
be held Friday. Carl B. will
perform from 4-8 p.m., Sunday.
A comedy auction will be held
from 7-11 p.m., Tuesday.
Reuben Lounge Lizard will
perform from 5-9 p.m., Tuesday.
The Chris Hiatt Experience will
perform from 6-10 p.m.,
Wednesday. Karaoke with
Twisted Sistaz will be held from
7-11 p.m., Wednesday. An open
jam with Sam Church will be
held from 6-10 p.m., Thursday.
Original First Turn Steakhouse is
located at 5236 S. Ridgewood
Ave., Port Orange. For more
information, call (386) 788-
5434 or visit www.firstturnsteak-
house.com.
*Peanut's Restaurant &


Sports Bar: Baby Punch Face
will perform Friday and Saturday
at 9 p.m. There will be a '80s
dance contest on Friday.
Participants should wear '80s
fashions. Texas Hold' em is
played at 6 p.m. each Monday
and Thursday and 4 p.m.
Saturday. A comedy auction
with Big Tom is held at 7 p.m.
each Tuesday. Peanut's is
located at 421 Flagler Ave., New
Smyrna Beach. For more
information, call (386) 423-
1469.
*Peter's Wine Shop: Wine
Events are held each week.
Girlfriends Get Together is held
from 4-7 p.m. each Wednesday.
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,


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*Roadside Tavern. Karaoke
with "Rhonda" will be held from
9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday. Saturday
Rock Star Karaoke with DJ
Felony will be held from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Monday Karaoke with
"Tommy C" will be from 9 p.m.
to 1 a.m. Tuesday Karaoke with
"Andrea Lynn" will be from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday will
have Live Music with "Yikes"
(acoustic) from 7 p.m. to 10
p.m. Karaoke with DJ Felony will
be held on Thursday from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Roadside Tavern
is located at 3400 S. Nova Road,
Port Orange. For more informa-
tion call (386) 763-3800.
*Seabreeze Coffee Connec-
tion: A hand drum circle is held
at 8 p.m. each Wednesday at
315 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona
Beach. For more information,
visit
www.drumcircle.meetup.com/3
27.
*Toni & Joe's Patio: Five
Island Steel duo performs
Caribbean music 1-4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday. Tim Frye
will be on acoustic guitar from 4
-7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday
and 2-5 p.m. Monday through
Friday.Toni and Joe's is located
at at 309 Buenos Aires Ave.,
New Smyrna Beach. For more



Alice
From page B1
"Her plays are a humor-
ous commentary on high
society and, although
they were written in the
1920s, the plays still have
relevant themes today,"
Ms. Van Tol said.
Ms. Gerstenberg's play
"Overtones" was heralded
as representing a new for-
mula in theater. Today it
is still seen as a forerun-
ner of later psychological
drama by major play-
wrights, including
Eugene O'Neill, who
acknowledged its influ-
ence on his work, accord-
ing to novelguide.com.
"The Pot Boiler" (later
titled "Dress Rehearsal"),
a comedy about the pre-
tensions of conventional
theater, and "Fourteen," a
light satire on the petti-
ness of high society din-
ner parties, along with
Overtones-all appearing
in Gerstenberg's second
collection, "Ten One-Act
Plays" (1921)-are Ger-
stenberg's most popular
plays. They have
appeared in numerous
anthologies of one-act
plays and have been pro-
duced by little theaters all
over the U.S., England,
and Australia, according
to the website.
Daytona Playhouse's
production is 4 one-act
vignettes based on Ms.
Gerstenberg's works.
Twenty volunteer actors
will take the stage. Ms.
Van Tol both directs and
produces.
"I have enjoyed working
on this show because it is
an opportunity to bring
new stories and styles of
acting to the Daytona


what you would experi-
ence during the regular
season, and that makes it
both a challenge and a
joy."

Ms. Van Tol said the
good example set by Ms.
Gerstenberg makes all of
her hard work easier.
"Community theater is
about people coming
together and working
towards a common goal,"
she said. "I am fortunate
to have found good mate-
rial to work with and a
very talented cast and
crew to bring this vision
to life."
An evening with Alice -
a Night of One Acts" will
be presented June 17 and


18 at 8 p.m. and June 19 at
2 p.m. Tickets are $7. For
more information, call
(386) 255-2431 or visit
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Ask dad to create menu for Father's Day fantasy feast


ather's Day is a special
day at our house. My
husband is an amazing
guy who adores his four
children and he deserves a
special gift, though he
simply prefers a good meal.
The dinner this year is one
that he's requested himself.
It's his Father's Day Fantasy
Feast! So when I asked him
to come up with a special
menu of what he'd like to be
served this Father's Day, this
is what he decided would
make him happy:
Grilled Octopus
Assorted French Cheeses
St. Emilion Bordeaux,
1976
Garden Salad with dried
cranberries
Filet Mignon and Lobster
Tails
Chocolate Mousse
Being of Greek descent, he
enjoys Greek-style grilled
octopus, often with a small


Arts
From page B3
Library to hold
storytellers club
Children entering third
through fifth grade in the
fall of 2011 may register for
the Storytellers Club at the
Port Orange Regional
Library. Participants
should meet in auditorium
one at 3 p.m., Tuesday,
June 21.
Participants will choose
stories, learn them, and
then tell them during the
last Florida Library Youth
Program on July 27.
The theme is "One World,
Many Stories." Choose
from many types of stories,
such as: Noodlehead,
String, Tangram Tales, and
Storyboard.
The Port Orange Region-
al Library is located at 1005
City Center Circle. For
more information, call
(386) 322-5152.


HOMETOWN
CHEFS

ELAINE PITENIS


glass of ouzo. It's a classic
image that comes to mind
when many think of Greece:
sitting at a taverna by the
seaside, with a plate of
freshly grilled octopus. It's
delicious, and you can
create the same atmosphere
at home.
Years ago when my
husband was president of a
corporation in France, his
palate was influenced by
some of the finest foods in


p


the world. The assortment of
cheeses he chose for his
Fantasy Feast were Brie de
Meaux, Camembert, and
Chevre (goat) cheese served
with French bread. The wine
that he loves best is Saint
Emilion 1976 and it goes
great with the French cheese
assortment. He would order
this wine when making sales
calls in the Bordeaux region
of France, which is now
worth more than $400 a
bottle.
He loves a good garden
salad with oil and vinegar
dressing, with a handful of
dried cranberries on top.
The main course, Surf and
Turf, is what we served at


our wedding 22 years ago.
Filet mignon is simply the
best cut of meat known to
man. Filet mignon can be
prepared dozens of different
ways, but my husband's
favorite way is with a rub of
Montreal Steak spice and
grilled 3 minutes on both
sides until just pink in the
middle. The lobster has to
be Maine lobster, and
reminiscent of the dozens of
lobsters we devoured the
first year we were married.
He loves his lobster steamed
with a little drawn butter -
nothing else.
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WEDNESDAY, June 22
*Abbott & Costello's "Jack
And The Beanstalk:" This film
will be shown at 10 a.m.,
Wednesday, June 22. In this
1952 classic film, Abbott and
Costello's musical version of
the classic fairytale. This
children's story is about a
young boy who trades the
family cow for magic beans.
Note: the film begins in
sepiatone, then changes to
color, like "The Wizard of Oz."
For more information on
Cinematique, movie schedules,
reviews of the films being
shown, details on membership
and donations to the not-for-
profit organization, visit
www.cinematique.org or call
the box office at (386) 252-
3118.
*Music for Healing:
Sponsored by the Port Orange
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. The public may
attend. Instrumental musicians
are needed. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 761-9129.

THURSDAY, June 23
*Opera Video Club: The club
will show "Edgar" the opera by
Puccini sung in Italian with
English subtitles, at noon,
Thursday at the Daytona Beach
Shores Council Chambers'
activity room, 3048 S. Atlantic
Ave. "Edgar" is 157 minutes.
Admission is free. For more
information, call (386) 767-
6967.
*Dance camp recital: The


Children's Music Theatre
Dance Camp recital will be
held from 7-9 p.m., June 23,
at the Ormond Beach Perform-
ing Arts Center, 399 N. U.S.
Highway 1, Ormond Beach.
Tickets are $5 each. For more
information, call (386) 676-
3375.

UPCOMING EVENTS
*Ballet: The Volusia Acade-
my of Ballet will perform "Toy
Box" from 7-9 p.m., Saturday,
June 25, at the Ormond Beach
Performing Arts Center, 399 N.
U.S. Highway 1, Ormond
Beach. Tickets are $15 each.
For more information, call
(386) 756-7667
*Jazz Concert: The Sal Ronci
Swing Band, featuring vocalist
Linda Cole, will perform at the
Kenneth. W. Parker Amphithe-
ater in the Port Orange City
Center on June 26, from 6 to
7:30 p.m. The band will
perform swing, big band, R&B,
boogie woogie, jump and jive
ala Louis Prima, and other high
energy, upbeat favorites. All of
this tempered with timely
placed ballads such as "The
Very Thought of You," "When I
Fall In Love," and "Imagina-
tion."
*Big Band Concert: Sal
Ronci Big Band with Karen
Allen's Fourth of July Big Band
Concert will be held from 7 to
9:30 p.m., Monday, July 4 at
the Bandshell in Daytona
Beach. Admission is free. The
18-piece big band will begin at
7 p.m. with a presentation of
some of the most famous
tunes from the Swing Era.
Nearly all of the popular big
bands of that time are
represented in this program.
The band will perform original
arrangements of the greatest
and most celebrated bands of
the '30s, '40s, and '50s
including: Count Basie, Duke
Ellington, Harry James, Artie
Shaw, Benny Goodman, Les
Brown, Tommy Dorsey, and
Glen Miller. This program
comprises perhaps the most


complete and diverse array of
Big Band classics performed by
a single band on one stage, in
this area. For this special event,
the band will spotlight the
most popular recordings of the
Glenn Miller Orchestra, which
were most famous during the
World War II Era. The program
will also feature a sing-a-long
of George M. Cohan's famous
songs.
*Vince Carter Charity Golf
Classic: This event will be held
at 8:30 a.m., Sunday, July 17, at
LPGA International This will be
a scramble format and include
a full breakfast and lunch. Cost
is $150 per golfer. Proceeds to
benefit the Volusia Flagler
YMCA and the Embassy of
Hope Foundation Scholarship
Fund For information, visit
www.vincecarterl 5.com or call
(386) 239-8215.
*Vince Carter Youth
Basketball Academy: This
academy will be held from July
18-22, at Vince Carter Athletic
Center, Mainland High School.
Session one is for boys and
girls ages 8-12 and will be held
from 8 a.m. to noon. Session
two is for boys and girls ages
12-17 and will be held from 1
p.m. to 5 p.m. Cost is $200 per
camper. Lunch is not included.
For information, visit
www.vincecarterl 5.com or call
(386) 239-8215.

ONGOING EVENTS
*American Legion Post 17:
Roast pork dinner will all the
fixings will be served from
4:30-6:30 p.m., Friday. Cost is
$7. Breakfast is served from 8
to 11 a.m. each Sunday.
Spaghetti, salad and garlic
bread is served from
4:30-6:30 p.m. each Thursday.
Post 17 is located at 619 Canal
St., New Smyrna Beach.
*American Legion Post 270:
Each Monday from 5-7 p.m. is
taco night. Wednesday wings
are served all day. Each Friday
from 5-7 p.m. is a fish fry with
entertainment. Post 270 is
located at 119 Howes St., Port


Orange. For more information,
call (386) 788-6800.
*Art Walk and Wine Walk:
This event is held from 10
a.m.-6 p.m. the fourth Saturday
of the month on Flagler
Avenue, New Smyrna Beach.
The wine walk portion of Art
Walk runs from 1-6 p.m. and
offers a progressive wine
tasting along the avenue
where participants can taste
their choice from more than
50 showcased wines for $20. A
monthly punch card drawing
features a prize donated by
one of the four sponsoring
galleries. For more information
about Art Walk, call (386) 428-
1770, or visit www.flagler-
gallerygroup.com
*Cracker Creek's Pirate
Cruise: Featuring the Pirates of
Spruce Creek, cruises are held
at 1 p.m. each Saturday and
Sunday at 1795 Taylor Road,
Port Orange. Costumed pirates
create a live, interactive
experience as young bucca-
neers learn navigation, pirate
weaponry, knotting or rope
tying and pirate lingo, all the
while searching for the lost
treasure at Spruce Creek.
Pre-registration is required by
calling (386) 304-0778. Canoe
and kayak launch and rentals,
guided eco-history Pontoon
boat tours and golf cart tours
of the conservation nature
trails also are available. For
more information, visit the
website at www.OldFloridaPi-
oneer.com or send an e-mail
to crackercreek@OldFloridaPi-
oneer.com.
*Cruise night: East Coast
Cruisers hold a cruise night
from 4-8 p.m. the second
Saturday of each month on
Canal Street in New Smyrna
Beach.
*Daytona Metropolitan
Bridge Club: Duplicate Bridge
is played Monday through
Saturday at 600 Driftwood
Ave., Daytona Beach. For the
schedule, call (386) 255-7744
or visit the website at
www.DaytonaBridge.org.
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be presented at 10:30 a.m.
each Thursday at Unitarian
Universalist Society, 56 N.
Halifax, Ormond Beach. News
and analysis will be covered.
Coffee and donuts will be
served. The public may attend.
*Edgewater Farmer's
Market: The farmer's market
is held from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.,
each Saturday at 1108 S.
Ridgewood Ave., (corner of
U.S. Highway 1 and Turgot
Avenue). For booth space, call
(386) 424-2485.
*Edgewater Fire-Rescue
Bingo: Games begin at 6:30
p.m. each Tuesday at the Fire-
Rescue Association Fire Hall,
2616 Hibiscus Drive. Two
games have $100 jackpots. The
facility is non-smoking. snacks
and soft drinks are available for
purchase. All proceeds benefit
the Fire-Rescue Association's
various causes. For more
information, call (386) 424-
2445.
*Elks: The Elks Lodge holds
lunch from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.,
Monday to Friday, soups, salad
and sandwiches are served.
The lodge holds a spaghetti
dinner with or without
meatballs or sausage from 5-7
p.m., each Tuesday. Cost is $7
per person. Elks bingo begins
at 1 p.m. on Sundays and 6:30
p.m. on Thursdays. Dinner and
dances are held from 5-10
p.m. each Friday. The facility is
non-smoking, food and soft
drinks available for purchase.
All proceeds benefit the Elk's
sponsored charities, at 820 W.
Park Ave., Edgewater. For
more information call (386)
427-2512.
*Game Day: The Port
Orange Regional Library will
hold game day at 4 p.m. each
Monday in the teen zone,
1005 City Center Circle.
Checkers, Tri-Ominos, Scrab-
ble, Othello, Mastermind, Clue,
Risk, Monopoly Cards and
more will be played. For more
information and registration,
call (386) 322-5152 Ext 4.
*Historical Bus Tours: The


Ormond Beach Historical
Society will present this two-
hour scenic historical bus tour,
which includes the Ormond
Scenic Loop, Fairchild Oak,
Three Chimneys Sugar Mill
Ruins, Ormond Indian Mound
and historic homes along the
way at 9:45 a.m. A knowledge-
able tour guide will interpret
the 30 sites on the route.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $7
for ages 7-12, and can be
purchased at the OBHS
Welcome Center, 38 E.
Granada Blvd. or by phone
using Visa or Master Card.
Reservations are required as
space is limited. Bus tours
leave from The Casements
parking lot, 25 Riverside Drive,
at 9:45 a.m. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 677-7005 or
visit www.ormondhistory.org.
*Marine Discovery Center:
Mosquito Lagoon eco-tours
and kayak tours and rentals
are available daily from the
Marine Discovery Center, 116
N. Causeway, New Smyrna
Beach. For times, call (386)
428-4828.
*Lilian Place: Lilian Place
Historic House is now open.
Guided tours will be available
every Sunday from 1-4 p.m. at
111 Silver Beach Ave., Daytona
Beach. Tours are $5 for non-
members, and free for
members. For more informa-
tion, call (386) 299-4974 or
visit www.heritagepreserva-
tiontrust.org.
*Museum of Arts &
Sciences: The museum has a
new visible storage building.
This state-of-the-art 4,400
square foot addition will
display important works from
the museum's collection in a
glass-fronted, open storage
format and contain art and
artifacts not currently on
exhibit. The Museum of Arts &
Sciences is located at 352 S.
Nova, Road, Daytona Beach.
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Market: This market is held
from 8 a.m.-1 p.m., each
Thursday. At Rockerfeller
Gardens, 25 Riverside Drive,
Ormond Beach. For more
information, visit
www.ormondbeachfarmers-
makret.com or call (386) 451-
2138.
*Ormond Beach Historical
Society Welcome Center and
Museum: This is the "Gateway
to the Ormond Scenic Loop"
featuring historical photo-
graphs, a 20-minute DVD, and
interpretive panels that reveal
the rich and diverse history of
the Ormond Beach area.
Located in the 1895 MacDon-
ald House, the welcome
center features information
about the Timucua Indians,
the Spanish and British
Colonial Periods, early pioneer
settlers, the Hotel Ormond,
"Birthplace of Speed", and
John D. Rockefeller. Hours are
10 a.m -3 p.m. Tuesday to
Saturday. Admission is Free.
The welcome center and
museum is located at 38 E.
Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach.
For more information, call
(386) 676-7005 or visit
www.ormondhistory.org.
*Peninsula Woman's Club:
A luncheon followed by bridge
or canasta will be held from 11
a.m. -3 p.m., Thursdays, at 415
S. Peninsula Drive, Daytona
Beach. The cost is $10. For
more information, call (386)
760-0487
*Piggotte Community
Center: Cards and game
playing is held from 1-3 p.m.
each Monday and Thursday at
the center. There is no cost.
Participants can bring their
cards and games. The center is
located at 504 Big Tree Road,
South Daytona.
*Port Orange Elks Lodge
No. 2723: The lodge holds its
weekly bingo on Mondays at
6:30 p.m. and Fridays at 11:30


a.m. Bar Bingo is held at 6:30
p.m. every Wednesday. A
sandwich menu is available.
Italian meals are served on
Thursday from 5 p.m. to 8
p.m. Spaghetti, lasagna, chef
salad and a special are served.
Music is provided for dancing
and karaoke from 6:30 p.m. to
9:30 p.m. The Friday night Fish
Fry, priced at $6.95, is one of
four dishes served from 5:30
to 8:30 p.m. Music for dancing
is provided from 6:30 to 9:30
p.m. There is a sandwich
menu available Monday to
Friday from noon to 2 p.m.
and on Saturdays from 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m. and a DJ is on hand
to provide music. Card groups
meet to play hand &foot, bid
euchre and pinochle on both
Monday and Thursdays at 11
a.m. and Wednesday evenings
at 6:30 p.m. A shuffleboard
league meets on Monday
evenings at 6:30 p.m. and
table pool is played on
Tuesday afternoons. The
Ladies Auxiliary holds a
luncheon and card partythe
second Tuesday of each
month beginning at 11 a.m.
Port Orange Elks Lodge,
located is located at 5207 S.
Ridgewood Ave., Port Orange.
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From page B1
to chart a course, three, six,
12 months down the road.
Then take it a day at a time
and move it forward. Instill
this goal and dream orient-
ed direction in the hearts of
close friends and you will
continue to reap great
rewards. Great job.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
See, it works when you
pace yourself. Remember
last week. This keeps you
balanced. You are calmer
and your spirit remains
strong. The extra energy
gained should be used to
keep your body, mind and
heart working a high
level. You have mastered
life. Keep this direction
and things will work out
as if by magic.

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Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Sagittarius is ruled by
Jupiter. Jupiter is the plan-
et of joviality and abun-
dance. Do things that are
fun and profitable. Then
share with and teach oth-
ers how you do it. Take
care of the most impor-
tant details first. Lesser
things can wait. This is not
procrastination. It is the
wise use of your time.
Happiness depends on it.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Your love of life is at a


new high. It will continue
to increase. You feel at
peace with the world for
the first time in ages. Stay
focused and on the high-
er, easier path. You have
earned it. Don't worry
about the small stuff. Now
everything you want will
fall in place like clock-
work. You are so very
deserving of life's best.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You have done much soul
searching this year. You
set new and higher goals.
They are progressing. The
fall should bring even
more fun and rewards.
This is not the best time to
start new projects but to


push existing ones for-
ward. Stay on this focused
path and work off top pri-
orities. Life is so much
simpler this way.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You are running fully
extended. The best time to
do that is when you see
the finish line just ahead.
Try to pace yourself to pre-
vent burnouts along the
way. Only go all out when
there is a deadline to
meet. Your strong sense of
responsibility will sweep
you on to wonderful
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Sad situation: another local bait shop bites the dust


The shrimp in the Halifax
are conspicuously absent thus
far. I suppose the phenome-
nal shrimp run of 2010 has
spoiled me, but I keep expect-
ing to see the cast netters on
the river any day.
Last year, the June run
began in early May and didn't
stop until well into 2011. That
was an unbelievable run. In
an average year, we get
shrimp during parts of June
and July and then it's over
until around Thanksgiving.
Last year while trying to fig-


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ure out what caused so many
shrimp to float down the river,
I wrote about the old cracker
belief that the shrimp run is
directly proportional to the
hatch of the wooly caterpil-
lars. If there is any truth in
that, then we are in for a poor


shrimp season because the
hatch was way off this spring.
Last year, the roads around
High Bridge were coated as
though they had been freshly
oiled due to all of the worms
that had been run over. This
year left barely a stain, and
even that was very short lived.
Conversely, the bait fish run
this spring was major. Mullet
and menhaden poured up the
Halifax and Tomoka rivers,
bringing with them tarpon,
snook, trout and reds. We also
had a nice blue crab hatch


around the Basin.
All of that was bound to lead
to good fishing, and it did.
Now even the long-missing
jacks have returned. These
days, it is hard to fish north of
Granada without getting your
line stretched.
If you have not been up
High Bridge way for a while,
then you might not know the
bait shop has closed once
more. That is a sad commen-
tary. We desperately needed
that store open.
I am pretty certain that the
place was the victim of local
fishing methods. As I have
said many times, the profit
from the sale of shrimp will
only pay a bait shop's over-
head. Those businesses must


sell tackle and other items to
turn a profit.
Although the ramps at High
Bridge are some of the busiest
in the county, the bait shop
sells little tackle and not too
many shrimp. Fishing at High
Bridge has evolved to be
almost exclusively based on
swimming a free lined live
mullet.
The mud flats in that area
abound with big red fish.
Almost every boat that
launches first strikes out to
cast net bait. With each boat
providing its own bait, there is
no sale at the bait shop. Too
bad.
I sincerely hope someone
steps up to try it anew. With all
of that boat traffic, there must


be some way of succeeding.
In the meantime let's all
support the tackle shop of our
choice. We can't do it without
them and shouldn't have to.
Sure, out of necessity their
prices might be a buck or two
higher, but that won't kill any-
one.
Take care of your favorite
bait store and they will contin-
ue to take care of us. Each of
us who fish or sell bait is in this
thing together.
Dan Smith has fished the
waters of Volusia County for
more than 40 years. E-mail
questions and comments to
fishwdan@att.net. His book, "I
Swear the Snook Drowned," is
available for $10.95 at (386)
441-7793.


Out
From page B7
(386) 767-8572.
*Port Orange Singles
Dance: Dances are held each
Thursday Night at the Port
Orange VFW, 5830 S.
Williamson Blvd. Doors open
at 6 p.m. Dance will be held
from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. There
will be mostly country, rock,
and pop music. For more
information, call (386) 227-
5050 or visit SinglesEv-
entsWorld.com.
*Youth Sailing Instruction:
Co-Ed youth 14 and older can
learn to sail every Wednesday
night and some weekends in
New Smyrna Beach. Join Ship


Feast
From page B5


egg whites with the cream
of tartar until foamy.
Gradually add two table-
spoons of sugar and
continue to beat until stiff
peaks form. Set aside. In
another large bowl, whip
the heavy cream, the
remaining one tablespoon
of sugar, and vanilla extract
until soft peaks form.


495 Sea Scouts at New
Smyrna Beach Boat and Ski
Club, 242 N. Causeway at the
boat ramp. Look for the Blue
building. Visit us any Wednes-
day 6 p.m. Kids 14 to 19 learn
about safe boating then hop
aboard 14-foot Capri sailboats
for hands on lessons. The
group competes four times a
year around the state with
other youth on sailing vessels
of all sizes. This is a year round
program in its 11 th year here
in New Smyrna Beach. The fee
is $20 per year to join and
participants hold car washs
and fix donated boats to raise
funds for out of town regattas.
For more information, call
(386) 423-9134 or (386) 427-
1572.


Remove the chocolate
mixture from the refrigera-
tor, and stir a couple of
spoonfuls of the beaten egg
whites into the chocolate
mixture to lighten it, and
then fold the remaining
whites into the chocolate
mixture, gently but thor-
oughly. Fold in the whipped
cream.

Spoon the chocolate
mousse into six individual
serving dishes or glasses.
Cover and refrigerate for a


*VFW Post 3282: The post
holds specials throughout the
week. Tuesday is barbecue
night $5 per plate. Fast Eddie
will perform music. Thursday is
big burger night. A fish fry is
held each Friday for $7.75.
Karaoke with by Michael
Leone will be held from 7-11
p.m. Each Saturday is steak
night for $10. Karaoke with by
Michael Leone will be held from
7-11 p.m. The post is located at
5810 S. Williamson Blvd. in Port
Orange. For more information,
call (386) 761-721Z
To include an event on the
Hometown News Calendar,
send an e-mail to
volnews@hometownnewsol.c
om. For more information, call
(386) 322-5900.


couple of hours. Chocolate
mousse can be served with
an additional dollop of
whipped cream, fresh
raspberries, or shaved
chocolate.

Makes 6 servings. Prepa-
ration time 20 minutes.


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Notice is hereby given
that on 7/1/2011 at 10:30
am the following mobile
homes will be sold at
public auction pursuant to
FS. 715.109: 1972
CYPR #3F72FF34297.
Last Tenant: David Roger
Bartlett. Sale to be held
at MHC Lighthouse Point
LLC, 155 Spring Dr., Port
Orange, FL 32129
813-241-8269 Pubs: 6/17
& 6/24/11

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JUNE 28, 2011
Personal property of the following tenants will be
sold at public auction to the highest bidder tc
satisfy a rental lien in accordance with Florida
Statutes, Section 83.806 and 83.807. Contents
Misc. & household goods. Viewing at time of sale
anly The owners or their agents reserve the right
:o bid on any unit and also to refuse any bid. The
auction will be held on-site at the following
facilities and times:
2:00 PM - BIG TREE DEPOT
409 Big Tree Road, South Daytona,
386-788-6068: Scott M Demers #1007
Magee #7295, Andrea Weatherspoon #6101
Melvin Dean McCoy #2012, Awsam Mitwally
#1033, Christine Myers #20
2:45 PM - NOVA DEPOT
3742 Nova Rd., Port Orange, 386-763-4710:
William Mosier #0522, Sharon Silvey #2100,
Steve Cafarelli #0177, Eve Petoh #0069
3:15 PM -WESTPORT DEPOT
5889 S. Williamson Blvd., Port Orange,
386-763-2290: Heidi Lowe-Oberg #0747, David J
Hoffman #1504, Tracy Neals #0544, Joseph S
Duffie, Atlantic Lawn Service #1701 1984 Fore
Mustang sold as-is for parts only
4:00 PM - PORT ORANGE DEPOT
4061 S. Nova Rd., Port Orange, 386-763-4707
Arnold Erickson #K0514, Virgina Fontana #L0640
Chelsie Lacey #H0240, Jessica Leszewsk
#L0628, Brenda Mamone #R1219, Alan McAnany
#H0201T, Boditch Poku #A1407, Mathew
Chamness #10336D, Charles Burchfield #N0845
Rick Kaliszewski #H0209, Julie Beth Tully
#G0132, Georgia McFarlane #N0824
The above Tenants have been given proper
notice fourteen days prior to the first publication oi
:his Notice of Sale, that the Owner will enforce a
statutory lien on the property located in their
respective unit of the above mentioned
self-storage facilities Pubs: June 10, & June 17, 2011


Randy Barber/staff photographer
Bobby Williams of Creekside Middle School performs during the 14th annual Lakeside
Jazz Festival at Veterans Memorial Park in Port Orange recently. The school was one of 73
middle, high school and university jazz bands performing during the two-day event. Each
jazz band was adjudicated by a panel of university jazz educators along with awards
given during the competition.

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46" PROJECTION TV by
Hitachi. Fairly good cond.
$75/obo. 386-682-5059.
A/C, w/ Remote $50, Mi-
crowave $25, George
Foreman Rotisserie, $25,
Cradle,$30 386-788-5420
AB ROCKET - The Ulti-
mate Machine! New $65.
386-252-8220
AIR COND., Portable
Royal Sovereign, 10,000
btu w/ casters, like new
$200 386-428-0368
Air Conditioner, window
w/remote, $95; Massage
pad w/rollers for back,
$45. 386-767-5840.
ANIMAL CAGE, Ig Cage
w/ Metal Tray $25
386-308-4436 Pt. Orange
BANJO, Global 4008,
8ood cond. needs strings
150 386-763-3011
BAR BISTRO Set, w/ 3
Bar Stools, $65, Hand
Trolly $80 both in good
condition 386-409-0159
BELT BUCKLE, Wells
Fargo, by Tiffany and
Co., $85; Guitar, $65.
386-506-9378.
BICYCLE, GIRLS, 12"
Huffy Seastar, purple and
blue $30, 386-760-7228
BICYCLE, ladies 26"
roadmaster mountain
bike 10 speed nice $30
386-748-9969 Ormond
BRASS SCULPTURE,
Jimmy Hendrix, excellent
cond. $200 386-788-2621
CAMPER TOP, Alumi-
num Leer from '06 GM
Truck 6' $150
412-289-1660 Pt. Orange
CAT DOOR, sliding glass
doors, insulated glass cat
door w/ vinyl framing Gd.
Cond. $49 386-441-5254
CHAISE LOUNGE, like
new hardly used paid
$800 asking $200 obo
386-957-4322 Volusia
COFFEE TABLE & End
table, glass, great condi-
tion $150, 386-527-8331
COMP. MONITOR, Dell
17" LCD $30, kybrd, web-
cam, spkrs & brother 5in1
printer $30 386-882-8069
COMPUTER DESK, Lg.
$45, Picture Mate $20,
Silk Bamboo Tree 5', $25
386-299-6569 Pt. Orange
COOLER, Plug in Cooler,
Coleman $50 obo
386-871-0521 Edgewater
COUCH, Tan 3 cushion
leather lazy boy w/ reclin-
ers attached great cond.
$200 386-338-2092
DINING SET w/ 2 leaves
& 4 chairs w/caster whls
Octagon shaped. Maple.
$100. 386-238-1171.
DINING TABLE, Smoke
Glass $50, Christmas tree
from Martha Stewart w/
stand $25 386-383-8512
DOG CARRIERS, $20 &
$15, Golf Balls, 100 For
$20 386-898-5543


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CEMETERY LOT
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(Ormond Bch) Veteran's
Section. 1 site-dbl depth.
2 custom built vaults &
bronze memorial. Will
Sacrifice for $9,000/obo.
386-304-0399.
DAYTONA MEMORIAL
2 spaces, 2 vaults w/
bronze marker, value
$6,200 asking $4,000
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Will sell any number
Valued at $3000 + each
will sell for much less
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beach side. Value is
$3000. Will sacrifice for
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11am-3pm

Held at Ritter's
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(Port Orange-Corner
of Clyde & Herbert)

Donations accepted
to raise money for
their trip to the
100th Year Anniversary
of the Girl Scouts in
Savannah, GA.



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DOG CRATE medium to
large, black metal, like
new $35 386-441-6127
DOG KENNEL Medium,
24x18x21. New, $40.
386-295-8724
DRESSER, antique mar-
ble top w/ matching mir-
ror frame, solid wood
$100 386-427-1671
DRESSER, light oak, col-
onial style w/ mirror $100,
digital conv. box w/ re-
mote $35 386-402-1756
DRILL PRESS, Floor
Model 16 speed w/ extras
$90 386-677-9808
DRYER, Electric, Large
Capacity, Excellent Con-
dition.$95.00 Can Deliv-
er, 386-689-3019
DRYER, electric, Maytag.
almond. Excellent condi-
tion. $95. 386-299-5450.
END TABLES, 2 square
tables, maple wood bot-
tom w/ glass top & lamp
$50 obo 386-314-1784
ENTERTAINMENT CTR.,
3 Piece black w/ smoke
glass doors $125 obo
386-423-2332 Edgewater
EXERCISE BALL, Wght
Wtchrs Belly,Butt&Thighs
w/ Stabilizer Ring, Pump
&DVD $15 386-761-8454
EXERCISER, Multi use,
call for more details $50
386-423-1765 N.S.B.
FOLDING TABLE, $30
Brentwood China, Cot-
tonwood Pattern Svc. for
8 386-673-8214 Ormond
FUTON- Double, new
cover $125. Incline Ta-
ble $75. 386-615-0915
GAS GRILL, w/ Tank
$65, Juicer, Jack La-
Lanne $65 both like new
condition 386-748-8624
GLASS TABLE w/ 4
Wooden Chairs $100 like
new, Microwave $30, Mini
Refrig. $45 386-254-4814
GOLF BALLS, used 200
count $40 386-788-0586
GOLF CLUB - Taylor
Made Burner 2.0 Rescue
new condition, $100.
386-615-5483
GRILL, Weber, 2 Patio
white vinyl lounges &
chair all good. cond. $60
386-676-1363 Ormond
GT MUSTANG PARTS,
front bumper, rocker trim,
trunk fin & spring lower
kit $200 386-689-1287

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HUTCH - Lighted, dark
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storage underneath, $200
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KINDLE, Wireless, free
3G, white, leather case
$69. Girl's Bike w/ helmet
$39. 386-760-2177.
KING MATTRESS, 3 pc
imperial elegance,in orig.
protective covers, quilted
satin $135 386-427-8480
KITCHEN SET, Child-
ren's, kitchen table w/ 2
matching chairs, childs
rocker $50 407-340-5193
KITCHEN SET, Table, 4
Chairs on casters + extra
leaf. White. $150obo.
219-689-6429 (NSB)
LAPTOP, Acer Aspire
10" has windows XP w/
carrying case, hardly
used $150 386-871-6604
LAWN MOWER, Crafts-
man 6.5 hp like new
$150, House Shutters
$50 for all 386-441-2004
LUGGAGE, HARTMAN,
tan, garment bag w/hook,
tan accessory bag organ-
izer $40 386-304-5496
MATTRESS, Hospital
Bed 80 inches long,
Good Condition $40
386-423-9760 N.S.B.
MOTORCYCLE SEAT,
'08 OEM Harley Davidson
Sportster Seat, new con-
dition $68 386-383-4653
OAK TABLE w/ Glass
$65, Shoei Helmet w/
Earphones $50
386-334-3253 Daytona
ORGAN PLAYER, Casi-
no, Synchro CTK551
$85, Mountain Bike $40
386-451-9135 Ormond


PATIO TABLE 38x60
alum w/ glass top $40,
bird bath 2pcs $15
386-295-9255 Pt. Orange
PATIO TABLE- With 4
chairs, 60x34 beige
excellent condition $50
386-756-4809
PET CARRIER, Cat /
Dog,Large, excellent con-
dition. $20. 386-345-4768

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 7TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FORVOLUSIA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: The Estate of PATRICIA E. MCCLURE
a/k/a PATRICIA E.VARNER
Decedent.

Case No.: 2010-10411 PRDL
NOTICE OF ACTION
COMES NOW the Petitioner, LEE B. GARTNER,
by and through the undersigned attorney and files
this Notice of Action as to the beneficiaries, known
and unknown, heirs, known and unknown, and any
person or persons having an interest in the estate
of Patricia McClure whose last known address
was unknown as of the date of her death which
occurred July 1, 2007 and found Patricia E.
McClure a/k/a Patricia E. Varner being born No-
vember 17, 1969 and who died in Florida on July
1, 2007. You are hereby notified that an Amended
Petition for Administration without Will has been
filed in the above estate by Lee B. Garner, as Peti-
tioner, who has an interest in the estate as the at-
torney for J.G. Wentworth, who is a creditor of the
estate, and has made a request to be appointed
as Personal Representative of the estate and that
Lee B. Gartner has also filed in the above refer-
enced estate an Amended Petition to Waive Bond
of Personal Representative and it is further indi-
cated that this matter is pending in the Probate
Division of the 7th Judicial Circuit in and for Volu-
sia County, Florida under case number
2010-10411 PRDL, and this Notice of Action has
been filed against all known and unknown heir and
beneficiaries and/or any person or persons taking
under this estate including but not limited to the
following.
Raymond Curtis Varner, 4095 Vancouver Ave.
Cocoa, FL 32926 - Patricia Holliman, 1341
George Ave., Gulfport, MS 39503 - Mark McClure
314 S. Cardington Cir., Wichita, KS 67209 - Louis
K. Sanders, 1035 Winter Springs Blvd., Winter
Springs, FL 32750 - Charles Varner, 3100 Carlisle
St. Dallas, TX 75204 - William Varner, Jr. 1865
SW Highway 17, Arcadia, FL 34269 All known and
unknown potential beneficiaries are being notified
that this Amended Petition for Administration
Without Will and Amended Petition to Waive Bond
of Personal Representative has been filed against
the beneficiaries, both known and unknown to-
gether with legal heirs advising that you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, on Lee B. Gartner, PA. located at 5561 N.
University Drive, Suite 103, Coral Springs, FL
33067, counsel for Petitioner and file the original
of such written defenses with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court, Probate Division, at 101 N. Alabama
Ave., Deland, FL 32724, on or before twenty (20)
days after the first publication to take place in the
6/21/2011. This matter is pending in the Circuit
Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit in and for Volusia
County, Florida. The property in question is not
real property, but relates to an estate of the dece-
dent. If you fail to proceed as set forth herein, the
Court may enter its Order granting the Amended
Petition For Administration Without Will and
Amended Petition to Waive Bond of Personal
Representative for the relief demanded in such
Petition. Dated this 6th day of May 2011. Clerk of
the Circuit Court: Diane M. Matousek, Deputy
Clerk Pubs: May 27, June 3, June 10, June 17
2011


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Trim Outs - Honey Do
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Lic./Ins. 386-235-5726.

SEWING/INTERIOR
Cushion Covers - Sheets
& Drapes. Home or Boat.
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important decision that
should not be based solely
on advertisements Before
you decide, ask the lawyer to
send you free written infor-
mation about their qualifica-
tions and experience
Under Florida law,
non-lawyers are permitted to
sell legal forms & kits & type
in the factual information pro-
vided by their customers
They may not, however, give
legal advice


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6871 S ATLANTIC AVE
Awesome oceanfront property with
Upper level master suite with stunning
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Entertaining. Tastefully furnished.
891 WINDOVER COURT
1ST floor unit in low rise building
w/vaulted ceiling, spacious master,
fireplace, patio.Walk to beach or the
community pool, spa, clubroom.
$1000/mo
2145 VILLA WAY
Awesome 3 bdrm with separate
Den or office. North beach area with
Full use ol Minorca amenities.
Over 2,000 sq it of living area. Light
And bright. Upgraded features..
$2300/mo
436 BOUCHELLE
2 bdrrV 2 bth on the tip of
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Split bedroom plan, glass enclosed
porch, gourmet kitchen, upgrades
throughout.
$1800n/mo
444 BOUCHELLE
Furnished 2 bdrm, corner Unit with
great river views.Large master suite,
split plan.Light and bright.
$1400/mo
456 BOUCHELLE
Spacious 2 bdrm facing the water.
Split plan, Ready lor quick occupancy.
$1200/mo
608 S. ATLANTIC
3 level beauty large bdrms,Game room
on lower level Ieading out To poolpaatio
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looks ocean. Upgrades. Available July.
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636&1/2 FAULKNER
1 & 2 Idrm units available. Renovated
new appliances.Good parking.
$525-625/mo
318 SHANGRI-LA CIR
2 bdrm/ 2 bth, enclosed Florida room,
Split plan, new carpeting, garage,
treed lot
$750/mo
2319 ORANGE TREE
2 bdrrm 2 bth in mint condition with
Spacious master suite, enclosed
Patio, great kitchen. Covered parking.
And extra storage shed.
$800/mo
2910 SABAL PALM DR
2 bdrm/2 bth in mint condition. Large
Bedrooms, screened room, fully
garage.
$850/mo
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES
3423 S. PENINSULA
2 bdrm townhome with spacious L
Master which has it's own balcony
extra parking, front patio Covered
parking in rear. Walk to the beach.
$875/mo
PORT ORANGE
1853 FOROUGH CIR
Water's edge beauty, 3 bdrm/2 bth,
enclosed Florida room,Gourmet
kitchen, large master suite.Patio over-
looking the water. Pet OK.
$1450/mo


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PORT ORANGE - Furn.
bedroom w/TV share
kitchen, laundry & pool
privileges. No pets. Ref's
$500/mo. 386-760-9595






New Smyrna Beach
Bouchelle Island. 3br/3ba
with covered parking &
scrn'd porch. Incl: W/D &
all apple. $189,900 or rent
$1,200/mo. (long term)
386-426-0667.



BOAT DEALS!!
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$99 +1st MOS. RENT
MOVES YOU IN!
DAYTONA BEACH
Morristown Apts. offers
2br/2ba.....$685/mo. and
1 bdrm.....$585/mo. Inci:
cable/lawn/pest/garbage
Between Big Tree and
Beville on Clyde Morris.
386-760-1243.


Now accepting applica-
tions for Rental Housing
designed especially for
Age 62+. Rent based on
Income. 386-255-9113 or
TDD SVC: 800-955-8771
EHO. 1031 Fourth Street,
Daytona Bch, FL 32117.





BUNNELL
GAMBIA WOODS
APARTMENTS
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1, 2 & 3 bdrm.
Apts. Call 386-428-8749
orTDD 1-800-955-8770.
DAYTONA 1/1, First
floor. Freshly painted.
Walk to beach. No pets
$450/month (water
included) 386-283-3595/
386-283-5286





DAYTONA BEACH
Serving adults 62+ or
mobility impaired.lbr/lba
Income based rent. EOH.
Handicapped Accessible
386-255-2622 TTY
1-800-955-8771





Oceanview 4 Locations
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utilities included, fur-
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Just Steps to Beach. 3
different size units start-
ing at $150 weekly &
$595monthly Looking
for long term tenants.
No increase in rates for
Special Events.
386-322-8383 / 767-7141



DIRECT OCEANFRONT
Vero Beach "The Gables"
Like new 2/2 4th fl. 2 min
walk to town. Spectacular
views, 1 month minimum.
$2000/mo 401-742-7756





EDGEWATER PARK
APARTMENTS
Now Accepting Applica-
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room Apts. 386-428-8749
TDD 1-800-955-8770.
EDGEWATER
WATER
INCLUDED!!!
Quiet, clean, large, furn/
unfurn. 1 bdrm on river.
Docks & fishing pier.
Close to shopping. Boat
slips available.
386-423-6212


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- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE


Holly Hill

OPEN HOUSE
Sat. June 18th
9am-1pm

Holly Forest
55+ Community
1000 Walker St. #164

_bd/2ba for $19,900*
FREE Month's Rent
if closed by 6/30/11!

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BEACHSIDE POOL 3 or
4br Ormond ranch,cul-de
-sac, new paint, roof, a/c,
lanai, fruit trees, courtyard,
wood firs. Mary K Sicilian
REALTOR.386-677-4444

BEAT THE BANK!
Be a winner...
STEAL ONE OF THE
FOLLOWING AS A
SHORT SALE:
PORT ORANGE
4BR contmp, isl ElK,
fam rm, lanai, greenbelt.
$159,900.
ORMOND-
Incredible POOL & Lanai
w/pavers, 3/2, LR, ElK &
Fam rm, fence $129,000.
HOLLY HILL-
3/2, Wood firs, Fam rm
$59,000-
Own less than rent!
Mary K Sicilian g
REALTOR.
386-677-4444

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DAYTONA - Cute 2bdrm
central heat & air, car-
port, 837 Kingston Ave.
$55,000 with $3000/down
$500/mo. Call Modern
Realty 386-253-7449
HOLLY HILL - 3bd/2ba.
Drive by 608 Walker St.,
E-Z Qualifying, $5K down
$600/mo. Vacant, move
in today! Call Modern Re-
alty 386-253-7449






ORMOND BEACH
3br/2.5ba with fireplace
and brick courtyard. New
fence. Investors: will
consider lease back.
$107,000. 386-290-8433.





LAND LIQUIDATION
20acres $0/Down,
$99/mo. ONLY $12,900.
Near Growing El Paso
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BY OWNER!
EDGEWATER
2br/2ba, all appliances,
sunroom, large shed,
lake view, gated, 55+, 2
pools, 2 clbhses, ICW
boat ramp, 2 fishing
piers, $25,900/obo, Ron,
386-314-3892.
EDGEWATER
Semi-furn'd dblwde in
55+ park. Move-in cond.
2br/2ba/2-car carport.
Roof over. A/C. Fridge.
Stove. Laundry rm. Extra
large shed in back yard.
$15,000. 386-423-1378.


SOUTH DAYTONA
Manufactured home, own
the land & the home.
2BR/1BA dining room,
kitchen, scrn'd porch &
utility shed. Tile in kitch-
en & bath, carpet in liv-
ing. $42,000 includes
land. Call 304-972-2900
or 386-767-3066
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At
KINGS LAKE
A Premier
55+ Manufactured
Home Community
Conveniently located
in DeBary, FL





Like New!
Over 1,100 sq.ft. s
Lakeview, Spacious
2 Bed/ 2 Bath

Kings Lake offers
Professional on-site
Management, many
Planned activities &
Endless amenities!






Offer Expires 6/30/11
Act Now! EHO


ORMOND BEACH
Life Village. '84 refurb.
14'x60'. All electric. Incl:
appl. & W/D. Scrn'd rm.
Carport. Shed. Reduced.
$8000/neg.386-677-7360


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Lake Condos & Lots
Priced @ Foreclo-
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terest bank terms. 2Acre
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1-866-434-8969 ext103.
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2bd/2ba MH well/septic, 2
RV sites,crprt,barn,creek
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325-1381; 479-232-5210.
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SWIM SPA LOADED!
Brand New with Warran-
ty, 3 Pumps, LED lighting,
Ozone Deluxe Cover,
maintenance free cabinet.
Retails for $18,900. Sacri-
fice $8995. Can deliver.
727-851-3217
CLASSIFIED ROCKS!


MANATEE RIVER
ACREAGE
2 Acres with well & elec-
tric. Canal in rear, ideal
for RV-motorhome.
$100,000. Owner fi-
nancing. 740-260-2282
NC ASHE COUNTY
Woodland Shores 3+/-
acres premium building
lot. 320 ft road frontage.
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ral spring, located near
Jefferson Landing Re-
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336-659-5299
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UNIQUE ITEMS: Revers-
able Quilts/ Afghans/ Pla-
cemat Sets, cloth pocket
books, Children's Play
Items,etc. VERY LOW
PRICES! 386-767-5933
CLASSIFIED ROCKS!
386-322-5949


NORTH FLORIDA LAND
Lafayette County. Plant-
ed Pine, hardwood bot-
toms, road frontage,
great hunting.
*27 Acres $2300/acre.
*48 Acres $1900/acre.
*79 Acres $1900/acre.
Call 352-867-8018
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FORECLOSURES -
Lender Liquidation
25 Homesites
Originally $35,000/each,
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HOLLY HILL - lbr/lba,
smi kitchen & living, $375
/mo, tenant pays utilities.
117 High St. Modern
Realty 386-253-7449
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
CREEKSIDE
APARTMENTS!
Single story lbr/lba.
W/D hook-ups. Private
patios & lots of storage.
386-423-0602. Mention
code HTN for our
Move-in Special!





NEW SMYRNA BEACH
55+. Unfurn., 2/1 cottage
in quiet comm. Gas heat,
stove & hot water heater.
Window A/C units. $400/
mo. 1st + security dep.
(incl: water/ sewer and
garbage) 386-428-9052.
New Smyrna Beachside
Quiet, unfurn. 2br/ 1ba on
2nd Fir. Steps to Beach
& Flagler Ave. Long term.
NO Pets! $700/mo. +
dep. 386-689-7046.





SOUTH DAYTONA
Renovated, furn., ocean
front studio w/porch. King
-size bed. Tiled, step-in
shower. $850/mo. (inci:
util./cbl.) 386-576-3155.



DAYTONA BEACH boat-
ers delight 822 Donnelly
Place 3-br/2-ba open
floor plan recently updat-
ed, wood/tile floors new
apple's, near marina, boat
launch, mooring avail
$1000/mo 386-747-3916
DAYTONA BEACHSIDE
3/2/1 Lrg fenced yrd, cen-
tral air/heat, tile firs thru-
out, family rm, pet friend-
ly North of Sea Breeze
near Ortona school, quiet
neighborhood $950/mo +
secuirty. 386-677-8888
NEW SMYRNA BEACH
212 Inwood Ave. 2br/1ba.
Huge living rm & dining
area. Eat-in kitchen. W/D
hook-up. Very Ig. fenced
yard. $725/mo. + deposit.
386-314-9805.
EEMI


LISTING
NEW SMYRNA BEACH-
Beautiful home Venetian
Bay 3/2/2, with all appli-
ances, granite counter-
tops, tiled floors in living
area, carpet in bdrms,
small pool, alarm, win-
dow treatments & much
more. $1350/mo + se-
curity includes lawn, pool
maintenance & pest con-
trol 609-641-0307
Ormond Beach - Hunt-
er's Ridge 2400sf. 4bdrm
home with living & dining
rooms, $1600 + security
deposit. 843-290-7600



RE
ORMOND BEACH
Bear Creek. Recently
renovated 2-bdrm/2-bath
w/carport. EVERYTHING
IS NEW!! Incl: all appli-
ances W/D. Fresh paint
in/out. C/H/A. Close to
everything! $750/mo+sec
386-492-7548/ 275-4583.

ORMOND BEACH
BREAKAWAY TRAILS,
59 Carriage Creek Way,
3br/2ba elegant POOL
home on cul-de-sac, de-
signer remodeled, granite
counters, enclosed end-
less pool, $1600mo in-
cludes pool service lawn,
pest. FLS. 386-677-8888

RIVERFRONT
ORMOND
BEACHSIDE,
4/4,Remodeled, pool,
dock $3950/mo.
LAKEFRONT-
4/3 Remodeled ranch
on 2.5 acres, circle drive,
fpl, lanai $2K/mo.
WALK TO RIVER
4/2 Eat-In-Kit. Wood firs,
porch $995/mo.
NORTHBROOK |
ORMOND 3/2 co
Ranch, LR,DR, Fla L'
&fam rm, eik, $1250/mo.
DAYTONA
3/2 ElK, Fam rm, fenced
yd, new paint $895/mo.
CALL
386-846-2405


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- Watercraft


'95 SEA DOO Speedster
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12' ALUMINUM V hull &
trailer, 2005 3-1/2 hp
Johnson motor. All exc
cond. $1250. Will sell
motor sep. 386-314-2408


Sharp
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2006, 50hp evinrude
motor, lots of accessories
$5,500. 614-313-6220 In
Daytona Beach.
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YOU SAWTHEIR AD IN
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$500. 386-672-3966.
Pontoon $14,995 2011
20' 40HP Honda, Vinyl
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