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Publication Date: January 30, 2009
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JOE ZELENAK
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Vol. 6, No. 21


Piper CEO gives
update to county
commissioners

Piper Aircraft CEO Jim
Bass gave a report on the
economic state of the com-
pany and usage of incentive
funds to county commis-
sioners during a Jan. 20
meeting.
Approximately $10 mil-
lion of a $32 million incen-
tive package offered to
Piper to stay in Vero Beach
by the county and state
have been received by the
aircraft company.
Mr. Bass' presentation
demonstrated that funds
have been used to install
safety equipment, repair
hurricane-damaged build-
ings, correct water drainage
problems, purchase tools
and equipment for produc-
tion, improve facilities for
customer deliveries, reno-
vate old infrastructure and
strengthen facilities to meet
building codes to support
emergency relief efforts
during a crisis.
The CEO also confirmed
to county commissioners
that 150 employees, which
he said was 12 percent of
the Piper workforce, were
laid off from the company
in December because of the
current economic situation.
The CEO reiterated the
company's commitment to
the community, including
continuing scholarship pro-
grams for high school stu-
dents, 'working together
with the Indian River Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce
to bring in new companies
to the area, and partnership
with the American Cancer
Society. ,,
Mark .Miller, company
spokesman, said that. in
2008, combining annual
pay and goods and services,
Piper spent approximately
$62.1 million in Indian
River County helping to
See BRIEF, A10



LITTLE PATRON


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Red-light cameras not


Public hearing scheduled
for early February meeting

By Jessica Tuggle eras have been beneficial
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com in reducing accidents in
other cities and would also
VERO BEACH An be valuable to Vero Beach.
ordinance, which, if "The stats show that
passed, would allow city these cameras on red-
officials to have cameras lights will reduce traffic
installed at certain inter- accidents," said Chief
sections to catch cars that Dappen.
run red lights, was a topic The chief reported that
of great discussion during most studies showed a 30
the Jan. 20 Vero Beach City percent reduction in acci-
Council meeting. dents in intersections
Vero Beach Police Chief where cameras were locat-
Don Dappen said during ed.
the meeting that the cam- Studies also showed a


Service


mentality is


priority for


new sheriff

By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Less than
one month into his term as Indian River
County's new Sheriff,
Deryl Loar, is optimistic
about his future with the
Sheriff's Office and the
direction he will lead it.
His goals include mak-
ing the office more trans-
parent to the public and
keeping customer serv-
ice as a high priority.
"As a -constitutional
officer, like a sheriff, or Deryl Loar
the clerk of courts, or the
supervisor of elections, you are elected
by the people and you work extremely
hard for the people," said Sheriff Loar.
"If you don't, the people won't re-elect
you. We need to be responsible and
responsive and transparent and we are
making changes and making significant
strides in that direction already," the
sheriff said.
A. revamped, more user-friendly Web
site is in the works as part of the trans-
parency vow..
Customer service will be a catch phrase
for the IRCSO for many months to come,
said Sheriff Loar.
"We are a customer service driven
organization," he said.
See SHERIFF, AIO


green-lit for Vero yet


"halo 'effect" in intersec-
tions where the cameras
were not installed;
In effect, the intersec-
tions with cameras caused
people to become more
observant of traffic laws at
other intersections as well,
further diminishing acci-
dents.
"I can't put a police offi-
cer at every intersection,
but this allows me to use
one officer at (the inter-
sections with cameras)
and one police officer will
determine if an infraction
occurred," said Chief Dap-
pen.
According to the chief,


the cameras would take
photographs of vehicles'
license tag numbers of
cars that appear to have
run the red light.
A traffic citation and fine
would then be issued to
the person who owns the
vehicle. No points would
be issued toward the vehi-
cle owner's license.
Councilwoman Debra
Fromang had many ques-
tions for the chief and his
advisors, but stated that
she would be open to lis-
tening to more informa-
tion about the ordinance.
"This is a very serious
piece of legislation and I


don't just want a money
generator for, the city,"
said Ms. Fromang.
Julie Dominguez, a resi-
dent, had a positive out-
look on the proposed ordi-
nance.
"I believe it would be an
asset to our community,
because the goal is about
trying to prevent any sort
of fatality," said 'Ms.
Dominguez.
Her daughter, Ashleigh,
and friend, Donald Van
Geoder, both students at
Indian RiVer Charter High
School, also attended the

See CAMERAS, A2


Family fun


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
From left, Elijah Brennan, 12, Trevor and James Gallagher, both 13, try their best to get the farthest
along their lanes while being tied to a giant rubber band during the Master's Academy Family Fun
Fest last Friday evening. The annual fundraiser, complete with a chili cook-off, games and food for
the kids; was planned as something that the whole family could enjoy and not break the bank.


Pruitt backs former state


rep for senate seat


Says Joe
Negron is right
man for job
By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST- In
seeking to become state
senator, former State Rep.
Joe Negron has one
powerful weapon in his
arsenal: State Sen. Ken
Pruitt.
Sen. Pruitt, R-Port. St.
Lucie, sponsored a
breakfast last week for Mr.
Negrqn and unequivocally
endorsed the Stuart
Republican's bid to replace
him as senator in District
28.
During the breakfast at
the Hilton Garden Inn,
Sen. Pruitt, who is not
seeking re-election in


2010, said Mr. Negron "has
a public servant's heart"
and "has shown the ability
to lead and get the job
done..."
"Aileen (Mrs. Pruitt) and
I are giving Joe Negron our
enthusiastic support," Sen.
Pruitt said.
Thus far, Mr. Negron is
the only announced
candidate seeking to
replace Sen. Pruitt. District
28 includes all of Martin
County, most of St. Lucie
County, the southern part
of Indian River County and
parts of Okeechobee and
Palm Beach counties.
Mr. Negron, a former
state representative who
served three terms from
'2000 to 2006, unsuccess-
fully sought to replace
former U.S. Rep. Mark
Foley in 2006.
One of the reasons Sen.


Pruitt said he supports Mr.
Negron is that he is not
"one of those flashy
'politicians," Sen. Pruitt
said.
Mr. Negron wanted to
hold the breakfast, as well
as others in the future,
with the main purpose to
meet people, instead of
raising money, Sen. Pruitt
said.
He said Mr. Negron
worked hard for the area
and was instrumental in
obtaining money for the
public safety complex at
Indian River County and a
facility for seniors in
Martin County.
And as state representa-
tive when the state was
receiving a lot of revenue,
'Mr. Negron worked to put
some of it in reserve with


See SENATE, A8


Mahayla Cooley, 10, of
Vero Beach, takes her
best jump to see how
high she can get on'the
Velcro Wall at the
Master's Academy
Family Fun Fest last
Friday evening. One of
the highlights of the ,
evening was a mound of
real snow, lots and lots
of inflatable houses, face
painting, food and fun.






Cliff Partlow
staff photographer


Changing the world,


one penny at a time

Students raise funds to support
education of children overseas


By Jessica Tuggle
ituggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH Educa-
tors in two schools in Vero
Beach are teaching their
students the value of
money and about helping
others.
Saint Edward's Middle
School and Liberty Magnet
Elementary have both
raised money for a pro-
gram called "Pennies for
Peace," which helps edu-
cate children in the moun-
tainous regions of Pakistan
and Afghanistan.
Combined, the schools
have raised more 'than
100,000 pennies, or $1,000
for the program.
"I think this is a wonder-


ful program," said
Gabrielle McFall, a fourth
grader at Liberty Magnet.
"When I first heard
about it I really wanted to
help, so I told my mom and
found as many pennies as I
could," said Gabrielle.
"The pennies can really
help people, because the
Central Asia Institute uses
it to build schools in places
like Pakistan and
Afghanistan and teach
boys and girls how to
read,'" said Gabrielle.
Central Asia Institute is a
nonprofit organization
that promotes and sup-
ports community-based
education, especially for


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Indian River educators favor review of No Child Left Behind


By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Harry La Cava, superin-
tendent of the Indian River
County School District, said
he favors accountability for
schools
But Mr. La Cava, and other
Treasure Coast educators and
education officials, say the
Obama administration
should review some aspects
of the No Child Left Behind


Act, such as uniformity. They
talked about the federal edu-,
cation act, after former Presi-
dent George Bush, before
leaving office, called for the
new administration to keep
the legislation.
The act, which was
approved in 2002, sets stan-
dards in reading and mathe-
matics and requires that
states test students to deter-
mine their progress in meet-
ing those goals.
Schools that fail to meet the


standards face possible
penalties, including loss of
funding.
Mr. La Cava said he favors a
review to determine what is
working and what isn't.
He said some adjustments
may be needed and
expressed concerns about
lack of uniform standards
and academic achievement
targets that change each year.
The program also should
include rewards ifdistricts are
meeting the challenge, he
said.
Mr. La Cava favors an
"incentive reward for teach-
ers'in those classrooms trying
to do the job that needs to be
done," he said.
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"I'm a strong believer in accountability. However, there are significant
issues with the current Nb Child Left Behind Act that must be addressed
in order for NCLB to provide an accurate reflection of how schools are
performing in meeting the academic needs of all children.

Beth Kline, president
Indian River County Education Association


dent of the Indian River
County Education Associa-
tion, said she has no problem
with schools being held
accountable.
"We have to be realistic in
our expectations," she said.
She said one problem is
that the act isn't fully funded,
making it more difficult to
meet those expectations.
Extra help, such as tutoring
for students who are having
problems meeting the stan-
dards, is needed, she said.
"It takes money to do that,"


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meeting as part of their
local government studies.
"I think it (red light cam-
eras) is a good thing,
because while you can't
prevent all accidents from
happening, you can detect
who is running red-lights
and who is causing acci-
dents," said Ashleigh.
"It's a deterrent to poten-;
tial speeders and red-light
runners and if it could
potentially prevent some-
one running a red-light
and causing an accident
and preventing a fatality,
it's totally worth it," said


she said.
Martin County Superinten-
dent of Schools Nancy Kline
said she agrees with account-
ability for schools.
"I'm a strong believer in
accountability," Ms. Kline
said. "However, there are sig-
nificant issues with the cur-
rent No Child Left Behind Act
that must be addressed in
order for NCLB to provide an
accurate reflection of how
schools are performing in
meeting the academic needs
of all children."


Ms. Dominguez.
Rusty Bragg, a resident
who spoke out against the
ordinance during the pub-
lic comment time, said he
is very concerned about
getting ticketed if other
people drive his car and
run red lights.
"If someone else-is using
my car and they just take a
picture.of my license plate,
I'm gonna get the ticket,
but I didn't do it," said Mr.
Bragg.
City officials cited a case
made in a U.S. Appeals
court that decided driver's
are "vicariously liable" for
running a red light, but
that's not enough for Mr.
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be addressed, she said, is lack
of consistent requirements
for reaching adequate yearly
progress, the accountability
measure of the act.
"Since each state submits
its .own adequate yearly
progress plan, some plans are
less rigorous than others," she
said.
"This disparity causes
unfair, comparisons of the
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See CHILD, A4


"I'm not given any
recourse, not allowed any
redress," said Mr. Bragg.
"What .am I gonna do,
argue with a camera? I'd
like to be able to confront
my accusers. Why should I
be responsible for my car's
entire use? I'm not satisfied
with the answers they
gave," said Mr. Bragg.
There will be a public
hearing on the issue on
Feb. 3 during the city coun-
cil meeting, which begins
at 9:30 a.m.

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By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com

SEBASTIAN Jane and
David Patterson found the
perfect way to spend their
weekend after several
chilly weather days soak-
ing up the sun outside the
Sebastian Riverfront Fine
Arts and Music Festival.
"We've had a great time,
bought a couple of paint-
ings, enjoyed the music and
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Patterson.
Thousands of art afi-
cionados from Titusville to
Stuart came to Sebastian for
the festival on Jan. 24 and
25.
Clay, copper, paintings,
wood, metal, glass and
many other media were
used in the art show, now, in
its eighth year.
"The quality of this show
will rival any on the south-
eastern seaboard," said
Lisanne Monier, director of
the festival.
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artists had to submit slides
featuring their work before
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show.
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ticipated in the juried art
show, most from Florida,
the director said.
Live music and food ven-
dors rounded out the show
and gave visitors the oppor-
tunity to shop and relax in
the sunshine.
"This is awesome," said
Beth Mitchell, executive
director of the Sebastian
River Area Chamber of
Commerce.
'After the cold 10 days we
had, people wanted to get
out and now the crowds are
phenomenal," she said.
Though many artists used
the same mediums for their
art forms, no two artists had
identical pieces. -
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plants into the wet surface,
leaving behind impressions
of nature.
"It started off as just a
hobby of mine. I did it on
See ARTSY, A12


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which way to go next during the Sebastian Fine Arts and
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY- The
American Cancer Society of Indian
River County was the recipient of the
Dyer Difference Award.
This award salutes a nonprofit or
organization in Indian River County
that is making a difference in the
community.
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along with $3,000, to help promote
the American Cancer Society's two


Relay for Life events. They take place
on April 3 and 4 at the Citrus Bowl in
Vero Beach and at Riverside Park on
April 17 and 18 inVero Beach.
Relay For Life is the American
Cancer Society's signature activity. It
offers everyone in a community an
opportunity to participate in the
fight against cancer. Teams of people
camp out and take turns walking or
running around a track or path. The
relays are overnight events and up to
24 hours in length. People from all
walks of life have fun, while raising
much-needed funds to fight cancer


and raise awareness of cancer
prevention and treatment.
"Our 12 managers make this
decision each month as a team, and I
am so pleased to be able to say it was
a unanimous vote to support these
events," said William Dyer.
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For Hometown News
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VERO BEACH Greg
Mortenson, executive
director and co-founder of
Central Asia Institute and
author of The NewYork
Times bestseller, "Three
Cups of Tea: One Man's'
Mission to Promote Peace,
One School at a Time," will
present two lectures about
his mission inVero Beach.
As of September 2008,
he has established more
than 78 schools that
provide education to more
than 28,000 children in
Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The lectures will be held
at the Emerson Center at


the Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship on Feb. 10 at 4
p.m. and 7 p.m. A catered
reception will be held at
5:15 p.m.
Tickets are available for
both the reception and the
lectures. Cost is $50 for the
catered reception and $50
for attendance to the
lecture. Proceeds for the
reception will go solely to
benefit the Central Asia
Institute. Lecture ticket
sales will be shared
between the Emerson
Center, the Laura (Riding)
Jackson Foundation and
the Central Asia Institute.
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girls, in Pakistan and
Afghanistan, according to
the organization's Web site.
One of the nonprofit's
co-founders, Greg Morten-
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cling the idea and estab-
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"We're an international
baccalaureate school and
we celebrate all cultures,
and to have something like
'Pennies for Peace' fits
right in with what we're all
about. We're very proud of
how extremely generous
they've been," said Princi-
pal Klaus.
"Saving money, saving
pennies, you canrbe a part
of something bigger and
good and be a caring per-
son, because that's what
life's all about," she said.
Students collected the
pennies in small jars in
classrooms and large, 5-
gallon jars in the hallways.
At Saint Edward's, one
class of seventh graders
decided to hold a bake sale
to raise more pennies for
the cause.
"Just in that one day, the
children raised $68," said
Tricia Oswald, a seventh-
grade homeroom teacher
at Saint Edward's.
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able to help these kids,"


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said Karly Krasnow, a sev-
enth grader.
"Each penny symbolizes
one pencil and shows that
even collecting 1 cent can
really make a difference,"
she said.
Seventh-grader Zack S.
Mayo noted that having
schools in remote villages
could be a big help toward
the overall development of
the countries.
"I think it's important for
kids in Pakistan to have an
education like us, because
they are eventually going
to grow up and if they have
a better education, they
can get a better job and
better support their fami-
ly," said Zack.
"Some people have
amazing talents," said
Grey Coleman.
"If a girl living over there
has a talent for writing and
she gets the chance to read
and write, she could be'
able to use her writing gift
to help the people in her
village and communicate
with the whole world," said
Grey, also a seventh grader.
Elizabeth Thomason,
director of communica-
tions at Saint Edward's,
said the enthusiasm of the
children has really made
the project successful.
"They have really
embraced the project and
run with it and you can see
the results," said Ms.
Thomason.
Greg Mortenson will
speak to both schools dur-
ing his visit in Indian River
County before giving two
lectures at the Emerson
Center inVero Beach.
For more information
about Pennies for Peace or
the Central Asia Institute,
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Police report


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
of law. ,
Vero Beach Police
Department
Christina Gomnez-Alman-
za, 21, 9345 128th St.,
Fellsmere, was charged with
sale and possession of oxy-
codone.
John Anton Brown Jr., 19,
3785 47th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with grand theft.
Dennis Lee Sanders, 50,
1105 36th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
of a controlled substance,
oxycodone.
JamaalVachone Edwards,
25, 6165 85th St., Wabasso,
was charged with possession
of a controlled substance,
cocaine and a misdemeanor
charge of possession of mari-
juana.
ZachariPaulWalls, 23,540
Eighth Place, No. 304, Vero
Beach, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, methadone, and a
misdemeanor charge of pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia.
* Cedric Deon, Anderson,
19, 1255 26th St., No. 16, Vero
Beach, was charged with traf-
ficking in oxycodone and a
misdemeanor charge of pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia.
James Brian Faircloth, 33,
1040 Momringside Drive, Vero
Beach, was charged with
aggravated battery.
Diane McGrady Kunisch,
45, 2050 11th Ave., No. 3, Vero
Beach, was charged with sale
and possession of oxy-
codone.
John Sal Giallombardo,
33, 2260 15th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with sale and
possession of oxycodone.

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Sheriff's Office
'Jessica Olivia Forde, 19,
1205 12th Court, Southwest,
Veto "Beach,; was charged
with aggravated assault with


'a deadly weapon.
Markella Carrie King, 39,
2055 82nd Ave., Lot 440, Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony robbery and robbery
with a weapon.
Brenda Simmons Davis,
43, 106 Larchmont Terrace,
Sebastian, was charged with
child abuse and a misde-
meanor charge of, reckless
driving.
Steven Lee D'Andrea, 20,
524 Seventh Lane, S.W, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine, sale or
delivery and possession of
oxycodone.
John Richard Manz, 38,
8720 129th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with failure to
appear in court on charges of
falsely impersonating an
officer, disorderly intoxica
tion,. open container viola-
tion, assault, trespassing and
resisting an officer without
violence.
Katrina Lashera Mor-
timer, 22, 4250 S. Cypress
Green Lane, Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation. She was on pro-
bation for driving while
license revoked, habitual
offender. .
Sunshine Laura Beatty,
21, 13960 Encantardo Circle,
Fort Pierce, was charged with
failure to appear in court on
charges of possession of
alprazolam and oxycodone.
Jessie T. Samilo, 18,
homeless, was charged with
grand theft auto.
Marlon Davis, 21, 3106
Jaunita Ave., Fort Pierce, was
charged with possession of
marijuana with intent to sell.
Jason Rodriguez, 25, 7555
58th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with sale or delivery
and possession of oxy-
codone.
Diego A. Penaloza, 18,
3527 Wiles Road, Apt. 106,
Coconut Creek, was charged
with fleeing or attempting to
elude law enforcement. .
Yeison D. Gutierrez, 20,
1000 Country Club Drive,


Apt. 208, Margate, was
charged with fleeing or
attempting to elude law
enforcement.
Ricardo Montanez, 24,
19463 Colorado Circle, Boca
Raton, was, charged with
fleeing or attempting to
elude law enforcement.
Andrew Restrepo, 19,
4647 Southwest 12th Court,
Deerfield Beach, was
charged with fleeing or
attempting to elude law
enforcement.
Clifford Lamar Jamison,
48, 112 Cardinal Drive,
Sebastian, was charged with
aggravated assault with a
deadlyweapon.
David Robert Hughes, 18,
1455 90th Ave., No. 144, Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of a conveyance
and a misdemeanor charge
of second-degree petit theft.
Gordon Jack Crittendon,
48, 240 Kingsport Drive, N.E.,
Concord, N.J., was charged
with felony driving under the
influence and misdemeanor
charges of driving while
license permanently revoked
and refusal to submit to a
chemical or physical test.
Tiffany Gould, 25, 319
15th St., Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
operating while driver's
license revoked for habitual
traffic offender.
Tyler G. Delabruere, 25,
2196 32 Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation. He ,was on prpba-
tion for possession of alpra-
zolam, third-degree grand
theft and two counts of pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a valid pre-
scription.
Britney Nicole Washing-
ton, 22, 533 Valencia Circle,
S.W, Vero Beach, was
charged with third-degree
grant theft and two counts of
worthless checks.
Christopher Grant Coop-
er, 44, 11330 Natures Trail,
Southwest, Stoutsville, Ohio,
was charged with failure to


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appear in court on charges of
fleeing or eluding lights and
siren, driving under the
influence, driving while
license suspended and leav-
ing the scene of an accident
causing property damage.
Monica Joyce Greene, 31,
135 27th Ave., Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
-with violation of probation.
She was on probation for
tampering with evidence.
Melody Malinda Sosa, 25,
929 Louisiana Ave., Sebast-
ian, was charged with viola-
tion of probation. He was on
probation for grand theft.
Darius D. Reynolds, 18,
4346 45th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with tampering
with a witness and a misde-
meanor charge of battery.
Gary Jan Anderson, 27,
4795 30th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with using a
firearm during a felony.
Gregory Brian Chalker Jr.,
26, 3142 Torrence Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged with third-
degree grand theft.
Andrew Bryan Gwinn, 24,
525 Pointe Lane, Vero Beach,
was charged with trafficking
in and sale or delivery of oxy-
codone and two counts ,of
possession of oxycodone.
Burnell Heiges Emlet, 21,
2636 Paloma Drive, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of and sale or
delivery of oxycodone.
Ronnie Allen Bradfield,
22, homeless, was charged
with violation of probation.
Jeremy Michael Neff, 26,
Vero Beach, was charged
with lewd or lascivious
molestation, victim 12 or
older and defendant 18 or
older and possession of child
pornography.
Joshua Shannon Rhoad-
es, 19, 1815 Barber St., Sebas-
tian, was charged with bur-
glary of. a dwelling with
assault or battery.
Troy E. Hulbert, 40, 5147
Sherman Road, West Palm
Beach, was charged with sex-
ual battery.
Timothy Robert Hase, 39,
802 Riviera Ave., Sebastian,
was charged with violation of
probation. He was on proba-
tion for driving while license
suspended.


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Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
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accuracy.

Re: Make it safe for bikers

Please set the record straight: if you're on the road, ride in
the same direction as traffic. People are confused enough
about bicycles. The law in Florida is: Roadway Position (Sec-
tion 316.2065, ES.)
"A bicyclist who is not traveling at the same speed of other
traffic must ride as close, as practicable to the right hand curb
or edge of roadway. A bicyclist may leave the right-most por-
tion of the road in one of the following situations: when pass-
ing, making a left turn, to avoid hazards, or when a lane is too
narrow for a bicycle and a car to share it safely. A bicyclist
operating on a one-way street with two or more traffic lanes
may ride as close to the left-hand edge of the roadway as
practicable. Riding in single file is required except on bike
paths or parts of roadways set aside for the exclusive use of
bicycles, or when two people riding side-by-side within one
lane will not impede traffic flow."
You must ride with the flow of traffic. Ther e are parts of the
U.S., usually very rural, without cross streets, where they
require you to face traffic. Please check your local traffic laws.

Why drive foreign cars?
This is about the congressional hearing on the automakers.
They were criticized about using their private jets. But a lot of
senators, etc., drive foreign cars. Why do they drive foreign
cars on tax dollars? Why can't they drive American cars?

Inauguration too expensive
I'm seeing that the Inauguration was reported to be a very
expensive event. I thought that maybe the new president-
elect would just have a private ceremony for family and
friends and save all that money.

What happened to the birds and the bees
In answer to what happened to the birds and the bees: It's
the Floridians who are so ungrateful for the fresh air. That
have to smoke and use smoke pits. They have to spray for.
green.grass. And all of the cats are multiplying, so they kill the
cats. And the bees are dead because of all of the spraying. I
don't understand Floridians that are so ungrateful for every-,
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More on inauguration

The inauguration was such a waste of time and energy,
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and co-workers. It's easier
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Getting wirelessly connected the easy way'
W"Ath the availability window telling you that order to printi dtui du-\
] of lotw-cost, fi^ ^ COMPUTE there is awireless connec- met (this is known'as
V wireless routers, THIS tion available and do you "sneaker net" r.7 '
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jumping on the wireless OK and off you go. understand the full ,
bandwagon. For machines that didn't potential of their wireless
If you just got a new come equipped with built router and completely '
"wireless ready" laptop, or in wireless, the solution is miss its abilityto not only
have more than one the hot spot. adding an external wireless distribute anInternet '
computer in the house that. The easiest computer to card. They come in many connection to all the
you want to share your configure would be the styles, but the easiest type machines in the house, but
Internet connection with, a desktop machine, since it's seems to be the little USB to share printers and pass
wireless router is just the still (presumably) right wireless connectors. They files back and forth
thing to get you started. next to the router. Simply can plug into the USB port between machines.
The wireless part of the connect the network cable on either a desktop After making a few ,
equation completely that was connected to the machine or the USB port adjustments to each
removes the hassle of cable or DSL modem into on any,laptop. machine, not only does
having to be tethered to one of the jacks on the Once the connector has everyone get to use the
your Internet connection. router and that machine been set up according to. Internet at the same time,
With no physical con- should be good to go. That the installation instruc- but now you've got your-
nection, you are free to machine doesn't even have tions, then that machine self a nice, powerful local
"surf the'net" from where- to connect wirelessly, will automatically see the ,area network.
ever you are most comfort- because it's close enough wireless hotspot and ask Most people seem to
able in your home. You can to plug in directly. It could you if you want to connect. focus on the Internet
carry your laptop from the be connected wirelessly, Now, everyone in the connection-sharing aspect
kitchen to the living room* but since the first comput- house can surf the'net at of the wireless router. The,
to the study. No more er is usually so close, it's the same time, and there things that you cando with
being glued to one place in often easier to connect isn't a wire that everyone is several machines net-
the house because that's directly than to do away dragging around the worked together often
where the Internet connec- with that hard-wired house. doesn't even get a second
tion is. connection. It's the other But is that all a wireless thought, and people don't
A wireless router solves machines in the house that router is good for, just even know the potential
problems by creating a can take advantage of the sharing the Internet? they are sitting on.
wireless "hot spot" (a wireless connectivity I'm often surprised when So what kinds of things
"cloud" of Internet access offered by the router. I go somewhere to help can you do when your,
that any wireless enabled Most new laptop com- with a system and find that machines are all connect-
computer can connect to). puters these days are a house has a wireless ed by a router? Well, I think
It's just a matter of coming equipped with a router set up with two or I'll tackle that subject in
plugging the router into built in wireless card. That three computers all another column. Until
the cable or DSL modem, means (after you set up connected to the Internet then, happy computing.


following the router's setup
guide (usually a very easy
process) and voila, instant
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The next step is connect-
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- McKee Botanical Garden
will auction a Peter Deil-
mann seven-night European
River cruise on Feb. 28 at the
Frabel, Fire & Ice benefit.
The trip is donated by
Prestige Travel and Diane
Burda. Two winning bidders
will be able to choose from


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cruise for 2009 or 2010 (sub-
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Tickets to Fribel, Fire &
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$250 contributor level, and
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Fire & Ice ticket holder will
be randomly selected to
receive a signature Frabel
wavy bowl as a gift.
For tickets and informa-
tion call (772) 794-0601.


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For Hometown News
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The following stu-
dents from Florida
Institute of Technology
were named to the
Dean's List for the fall
semester, which ended
in December.
* David Chesnutt, of
Vero Beach, a mechani-
cal engineering major.


* Stuart LoPresti, of
Vero Beach, a physics
major.
To be included on the
Dean's List, a student
must complete 12 or
more graded credits in a
semester with a semes-
ter grade point average
(GPA) of at least 3.4.
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Technology is located in
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because we have it, we don't
have to spend it all."
"He just quietlyand
methodically put that
money away in the reserves
for a rainy day, and now it's a
rainy day. He didn't get a lot
of fanfare for that," Sen.
Pruitt said. .
But that effort has left
Florida in a better position
than many other states, he
said.
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an attorney inWest Palm
Beach, pledged that, if
elected, St. Lucie County-
would be important to him.


He said he would have a
senate office in St. Lucie
County. ,
With the state facing
funding cuts, he said that
education in kindergarten
through 12th grade would be
his top priority.
He also stressed the
importance of the business
community in maintaining
the economy.
Mr. Negron said he would
continue efforts to make the
Treasure Coast the Research
Coast by seeking to bring in
more research companies.
He said he supports equal
opportunity for all.
"I want my daughter to'
have the same opportunities
as my two boys," Mr. Negron
said.
He said he is seeking the
position because he cares
about the community and
believes he can do an
.effective job representing
families and businesses. '
Should further budget
cuts be needed, he said, he
would look for programs,
that impact the fewest
people.
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counseling programs, which
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From page Al
boost the local economy,
and approximately $90.5
million in Florida.
"That's a pretty good
return on investment," said
Mr. Miller.
A statement in the con-
tract requires Piper to retain
a certain number of
employees in order to be eli-
gible for the funds, or they
would have to repay a por-
tion as a penalty. That could
potentially be avoided,
however, by Piper request-


ing an extension.
Mr. Bass said the second
payment of funds would be
sought at a later date, after
the economy improves.

New environmental
lecture series for
adults

The Environmental
Learning Center in Wabasso
announced the start of a
new series of environmental
lectures specifically geared
toward adults.
The lectures will cover
topics such as marine mam-
mals, beach conservation,
local agriculture and vari-
ous aspects of living green,
such as solar power and rain
barrel use.
The seminars require
advance registration and
cost between $10 and $35 to
attend.
For a complete list and
description of lectures, call
(772) 589-5050 or visit
www.elcweb.org.


Sheriff
From page Al

"Our customer may be a
person whose car has been
stolen, whose home has
been burglarized or maybe
they are currently incarcer-
ated. Even though they are
incarcerated, they are
afforded the same rights as
you and I, it doesn't mat-
ter," the sheriff explained.
"My vision is to focus
more on customer service
to the public and to
employees internally," said
Sheriff Loar.
One of the areas internal-
ly that the sheriff will be
focusing on in the coming
months is employee train-
ing.
"I want to make sure that
the men and women are as
best trained as possible,"
said Sheriff Loar.
"The better trained they
are the more confidence
they have. The more confi-
dence they have, the better
decisions they will make


and they will work more
efficiently. That is the key to
customer service," he said.
Not only is the responsi-
bility of taking care of Indi-
an River County residents
and their needs important
to Sheriff Loar, but so is
keeping the area attractive
for new residents. *
"Before people move
their family somewhere, to
Indian River County, nowa-
days, they go online and
they are looking for three
things: a good education
system, public .safety or
crime trends and com-
merce," said the sheriff.
"They want to know, is it
a safe community, can I
start and sustain a business
there, are there job oppor-
tunities and will my kids be
safe?" he said.
."I am responsible for the
safety of the 17,000 chil-
dren in the public school
system in Indian River
County, and if we don't
keep the crime down, com-
merce isn't going to hap-
pen. I am committed to


those responsibilities," said
Sheriff Loar.
Standing out in the com-
munity and lending a hand
where needed is also on the
sheriff's agenda.
"We -are looking to get
more deputies involved in
the community and I am a
big proponent of mentor-
ing young men and young
women because they are
the future of this communi-
ty," said Sheriff Loar.
"What happens too often
is that the young boys and
girls in the community
don't trust and are skeptical
of law. enforcement. The,
message that 'law enforce-
ment is your friend,' is an
area we have to develop,"
said the sheriff.
Though Sheriff Loar will
bring change to Sheriff's
Office, he feels fortunate to
be able to relate to all his
deputies.
"I understand where the
.old timers have been,
because I've been in the
business for 20 years, but I
also know where the young


ones want to go," said the
sheriff.
Among the new pro-
grams the sheriff wants to
establish is a low-risk
offender re-entry program.
"For those offenders that
are low-risk and have made
poor decisions, once their
time in jail is over, they're
free to go, but to where?"
said Sheriff Loar.
"I would like to see a
public-private partnership
with incentives to business
to sponsor a low-risk per-
son after they get out,
because if they go back to
living the life they were
before, they'll be back and
it costs taxpayers $88 per
day to kdep them in jail," he
said.
Lowering the jail popula-
tion would save county tax-
payers a Significant
amount of money, but low-
risk offenders need a
chance to do something
different, said the sheriff.
"No one has afforded
them that in the past," said
Sheriff Loar.


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It's easy to forget about your septic tank when it is buried out of sight and out of mind somewhere in the
yard of your home. Uritil, that is, it becomes full and creates a smelly problem or otherwise malfunctions.
Let Reliable Septic & Services do your dirty work! Fully equipped to provide prompt, professional and
sanitary service for all types of septic tank cleaning and repair, this reliable firm uses a number of innovative
tools and equipment to locate and properly repair your septic tank.
Whether you've moved to a previously constructed home, or have simply forgotten where your septic tank
was installed, Reliable Septic & Services has the ability to locate its exact position and they are capable
of preventing unnecessary destruction of sidewalks, walkways and other obstructions and save on costly
labor expenses by going directly to the source of the problem in a matter of minutes. They have a variety
of methods to correct your septic tank problems.
They are fully insured for your protection and efficiently equipped with the most modem equipment
available. The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local -Business Update suggest that you call
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Billy's Bounce House
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Ayowqe whiohaseyver been; round 4qhildren:,agree rt one thing -kids love to jump around and play. So,
what better way for them tojdurin rpund and have the time of their life on than a high-quality moonwalk
.from Billy's Bounce House? They are your one-stop shop for moonwalks or other inflatable rentals.
With an extensive inventory of inflatables at Billy's Bounce House, you will find moonwalks featuring
well-known characters such as Superman, Sponge Bob and many others. Water slides, castles, obstacle
courses;.Cotton Candy and Sno-kone makers are just a few of the many options available to you at Billy's
Bounce House.
Inflatable rentals can be used for any occasion, providing hours of entertainment for the kids and a relaxing
break for the adults. Liven tip your next birthday party, charity event, church function, school function,
picnic, carnival or block party!
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that if you're planning a
function that kids will be attending be the talk of the town...with a fun moonwalk fromfi Billy's
Bounce House! Phone them at(772) 519-2467.
Amerigas Propane
Amerigas Propane has been heating homes and providing vita energy for many years. Providing a
reasonably priced, effective form of energy, they are allowing more people the opportunity to discover the
advantages that propane can bring to their lives.
Amerigas Propane, located at 5075 US Highway #1 in Vero Beach, delivers propane as a safe and efficient
alternative to natural gas for essentially the same purpose. They safely transport their propane in its liquid
form, and allow their customers full access to it in'places where.natural gas is not readily accessible. Not
only is the propane at Amerigas Propane warranted safe by Mother Nature, but it is also governed by
safety regulations, Which are strictly adhered to. Homes everywhere rely on them to heat and illuminate
their homes, warm their water, and fire up their gas grills. They offer propane as a healthy alternative to
natural gas, promoting the'safety ofthfeatmosphere.
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business. Update suggest that you call Amerigas
Propane today at (772) 567-4394 for more information about their quality products and services.
Complete Alarm Inc.
Call For FREE Estimate
Whether you need a burglar alarm or fire protection, give your family more than a security system -- give
them peace of mind with Complete Alarm. Offering the latest security systems to residents and businesses
of the tri-county area, they sell, install and service residential and commercial security and surveillance
systems that can protect your home or business every minute, every day.
You will feel safe knowing that their 24-hour Central Station monitoring program is watching over your
home or business. Day and night, they keep a watchful eye on the status of your security system and stand
ready to summon the appropriate authorities should any police, fire or emergency need arise. Complete
Alarm only sells top of the line technologically advanced security and surveillance systems to the residential
and commercial market at fair and affordable prices, because everyone needs security, and should be able
to have it.
These security specialists can explain the many features and options available to help customize your
system to fit your needs today and tomorrow. You will have the confidence of knowing that everything
you value is safely guarded just the way you want, by superior, advanced equipment you can rely on for
many years to come. Let Complete Alarm install'a custom system to suit your hqme or business.
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you stop by Complete
Alarm, Inc., located at 633 Sebastian Blvd in Sebastian or call them at (772) 581-1997 for all of your
security needs. 1
DaVita Dialysis

"He/She Gives Life"
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with kidney disease, you may be feeling overwhelmed, hopeless
and lost. You are not alone!
DaVita Dialysis, located at 2150 45th St., Suite 102 in Vero Beach, phone (772) 567-2529 is the preferred
dialysis center in this area for guidance and direction and education in this time of need. They assist
patients and their families to cope with the physical, mental, and emotional impact of end stage renal
disease (ESRD) on their lives. Every patient with End Stage Renal Disease has different medical problems
and personal needs, and DaVita Dialysis recognizes this and tries to match those needs with the most
appropriate form of dialysis.
The staff has extensive experience in the education and treatment given under direction of a physician,
who is an experienced Nephrologist. They empower patients and their families facing all stages of kidney
disease to regain control of their lives, enabling them to overcome fears and problems of the complex
disease with renewed hopes and dreams of the future. They also provide community education at no cost to
the public. We provide in center Hemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis and now, Nocturnal Dialysis. We have
the only nocturnal program in the local area. Simply call for the details and request the service.
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call Davita Dialysis
at (772) 567-2529, and take advantage of their services.


South Beach Pizzeria
Take Out or Delivery
Whattayakiddin me???. The best pizza in town? Forget about it!! It's at South Beach Pizzeria, conveniently
located at 1621 South Ocean Dr. in Vero Beach, phone (772) 231-1110.
Why is it the best??? Simple.. .they start with the very finest, freshest ingredients, put them together on the
freshest dough and add their authentic Italian tomato sauce.
Part of the secret is their ovens. You simply cannot duplicate the "baking environment" at home that they
create in their ovens. The wonderful atmosphere in their restaurant, coupled with the friendliest service in
town, only adds to the enjoyment of that great pizza. They also feature South Beach Pizzeria, also prepared
with the freshest ingredients, and given the same care and attention to detail as their famous pizza.
Delivery is available, or you can call ahead and have your steaming hot pizza or other special meal ready
for pick up.
So, if reading this review has made you hungry for a hot, delicious pizza, (like it has the writer!), call or stop
by South Beach Pizzeria. Their hours are Sunday-Thursday 10-8 and Friday-Saturday 10-9.
The editors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update are sure that you'll become a "regular"
at South Beach Pizzeria!!!
Napa Auto Parts
Indian River Auto Parts
Napa Auto Parts, located at 2400 12th Avenue in Vero Beach, phone (772) 562-6552, and at 8734 20th
StWeet in Vero Beach, phone (772) 778-1130, is the area's one-stop shop for car, truck, heavy-duty trucks
and equipment parts and accessories. Their parts range from a single spark plug to a re- manufactured
engine from their fully equipped machine shop. They have all of the right parts you need at the right
price!
With an extensive inventory of parts for foreign and domestic makes and models, including SUVs and
trucks, their body parts selection includes headlight and taillight bulbs, mirrors, engine parts, reflectors,
tune-up kits and many other auto parts needed for repair or upgrade. They can make hydraulic hoses for all
types of equipment. They can help any car repair shop, body shop, mechanic, used car dealer and hobbyist
find what they're looking for.
Napa Auto Parts will continue to strive to provide the best products, with the best customer service, at the
best possible prices. Their experiencedstaff.will help make your parts and accessory shopping easy, quick:
and simple. They will find the information and resources for the projects you're working on and get you
what you need to get the job done right ..
The editors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update are pleased to. tell all of our many
readers that Napa Auto Paris is dedicated to giving you what you deserve!
Bobbys Plumbin
Don't Live With A Drip
If you are looking for experienced, professional
plumbing services, where the fixtures are always top-
quality and the customer comes first, call Bobby's
Plumbing. Locally owed and operated by lifetime
Song residents of Vero Beach, they have been providing
primary gol expert services in the areas of: repair, service and
installation of all plumbing fixtures for your l ome or
7 : ,' .... office since 1975.
Bobby's Plumbing, located at 2340 12'" Avenue in Vero Beach (One block east of US 1 and one block
north of Royal Palm Boulevard) and can be reached at (772) 567-0485 or (772) 231-2284. Bobby's
Plumbing understands the importance of selecting quality plumbing fixtures which are made to last, that
is why they have a showroom stocked with all the top brand name fixtures in pluming today. You can trust
Bobby's Plumbing to supply and service what they sell.
Their technicians have all been trained to the highest standards with total customer satisfaction as the
primary goal. Rest assured Bobby's Plumbing is licensed, and insured, providing service to all of Indian
River County.
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call Bobby's
Plumbing Inc. today for all your plumbing needs at (772) 567-0485 or (772) 231-2284! Visit their
website more information on products, service and more at www.bobbysnlumbing.com "We are
working while you are sleeping" always offering 24-hour emergency service.
Jacks Complete Tree Service, Inc.
Your Trees Are My Business From Limb To A Complete Trim
Well-shaped and trimmed trees are a direct reflection of your neighborhood and you. At Jacks Complete
Tree Service, they go "out on a limb" to achieve a professional appearance, while serving practical
purposes.
Trimming and pruning beautify and enhance not only the tree, but also the grass coverage beneath the
tree. Thinning the tree's crown and canopy allow much needed light to penetrate and revive dead grass
previously shaded by themthick leaves of overgrown branches. Removing deadjimbs also reduces the risk
of certain microorganisms that ultimately prove fatal to a tree.
Trimming allows passage for sidewalks and clearance trimming can extend the life of your roofand guttering
tremendously. They have the skill and equipment required to remove a tree that threatens the foundation of
your property or interferes with power lines. Jacks Complete Tree Service takes special care with trees
that must be removed, insuring the highest degree of safety and leaving a natural appearance in the absence
of the tree. Choose Jacks Complete Tree Service for your removal services and you'll never know it was
there. They provide service that is fully insured with prices that won't "saw" into your budget.
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call Jacks Complete
Tree Service, Inc. at (772) 569-9218 for your free quote today!

Academies of Cosmetology, Inc.
Locations in Ft. Pierce, Port St. Lucie, Vero Beach
The cosmetology industry is an exciting, adventurous and creative field that could be the opportunity you've
been searching for. Academies of Cosmetology, Inc. provides all of the essentials for their students to
become licensed Cosmetologists under the requirements of the State of Florida Board of Cosmetology.
At Academies of Cosmetology, Inc., you will learn all phases of cosmetology, including hair cutting,
styling, permanent waving, color, salon management, facials, manicures, and all other related course
material. Their instructors pride themselves in helping students acquire the knowledge and necessary skills
to enter the field of hair design, nail technology and facial technology.
They work with students, teaching them beyond the basics of Cosmetology. Identifying the diverse needs
of our community helps enable their students to achieve the knowledge and skills necessary to enhance their
career opportunities now and in the future! Come join the exciting world of cosmetology!
The authors of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you let Academies of
Cosmetology, Inc help you build your creative skills and become a professional in the beauty business.
Call them at (772) 464-4885 or (772) 528-7127, today for further information and financial assistance
programs that could be available for you! Their schools are located at 3028 S. US Highway I in Ft.
Pierce, 719 17th Street in Vero Beach and 7644 S. US Highway in Port St. Lucie. Stop by and visit
their newly renovated Fort Peirce location!


Deuces Wild Tattoos and Piercing "Your Imagination Is Our Limit"
Stop by and visit Deuces Wild Tattoos and Piercing at 600 6th Ave in Vero Beach, phone (772) 794-3880. Give them a chance to link their creativity with yours to create the perfect tattoo for you. Their objective
is to maintain a customer commitment to quality and modem tattoo and sterilization equipment for many years and a deep love for the sacred art of tattooing. Deuces Wild Tattoos and Piercing is well equipped to
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Not only do they specialize in tattoos, but also body piercing. Day after day, thl'y pierce many belly buttons, tongues, eyebrows and much, much more. They carry a vast selection of extraordinary body jewelry to
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They believe in low and reasonable prices. Their goal is to do a large volume of business, so that they can keep the quality high and the prices low.
Much of their popularity is due to the attention paid to every detail. No matter what your preference in body art, the Writers of this 2009 Winter Edition Local Business Update suggest that you contact
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Religion notes


Immanuel Church
Support group/ cele-
brate recovery, a support
group for hurts, habits and
hang-ups meets every
Thursday at 6 p.m. for din-
ner, 6:45 p.m. for meeting.
Donations are accepted for
dinner.
Celebrate Recovery is a
Biblical 12-step program
that provides help for hurts,
hang-ups, and habits. Din-
ner starts at 6:15 p.m. and is
optional; $3 donation. Meet-
ing starts at 7 p.m.
For more information, call
(772) 562-3185. Immanuel
Church is located at 455 58th
Ave., Southwest, Vero Beach.

First Presbyterian
Church of Vero Beach
Author Ricki Pepin will
discuss her book, God's
Health Plan, which includes
Biblical secrets for lasting
health on Feb. 6 at 2 p.m. at
First Presbyterian Church,
Vero Beach. A tea with the
author will follow. This event
is being hosted by the
Church's Presbyterian
Women organization. /
For reservations call (772)
562-9088. First Presbyterian
Church, Vero Beach is locat-
ed at 520 Royal. Palm Blvd.,
Vero Beach.

Living Lord
Lutheran Church
Household items rum-
mage sale Jan. 30 31, from
8 a.m. -1 p.m. A large variety
of good, gently-used house-
hold items. No clothing. The
church is located at 2725
58th Ave., Vero Beach. Visit
www.LLLchurch.com for
more information.


at 7 p.m., the Men's Group
meets for discussion of the
Word and fellowship.
Oneighty Youth Group,
an evening of music, fun,
games and a Bible service at
the church, for students in
grades 6-12 begins at 5 p.m.
every Wednesday. Admis-
sion is free and free trans-
portation is available in the
Sebastian area.
Mpact Girls' Club, a
Christian club for girls in
kindergarten through 12th
grade, meets at the church
6:30 p.m., Thursday evening
meetings. The girls learn
about cooking, camping,
crafts, community, mis-
sions, friendship, overcom-
ing peer pressure, careers,
and purity.
A Chapter of Royal
Rangers, one of America's
largest and foremost adven-
ture, camping and mentor-
ing programs for boys and
young men in grades one
through twelve, meets ,6
p.m. every Friday.
Sunday Worship Service
is held at 8:15 a.m. and 10:45
a.m. Kingdom Kids for chil-
dren in grades K-5 is held at
the same time; this program
.includes Bible lessons kids
can understand and apply
to their lives plus games,
prizes.
Ivan Parker will appear in
concert on Jan. 23 at .the
Riverside Church. The free
concert begins at 7 p.m.; a
love offering will be
received.
Newcomers are welcome at
Riverside Church, located at
11205 Roseland Road, 2
miles west of U.S. 1, in Sebas-
tian. For additional infor-


Riverside Church
Open prayer meeting is
held every Tuesday from
noon to 2 p.m. Youarewel-
come to come to the church
and pray as long as you
want. On Tuesday evenings


mation, call (772) 589-7825.

New Life
Baptist Church
Edge Student Ministries,
the church's youth ministry
meets every Wednesday
evening from 6 to 8 pm.
There are lots of new activi-
ties; admission is free and
the evening is packed with
games, snacks and fellow-
ship. All students, regardless
of church affiliation, in
grades 6-12 are welcome to
attend this interactive, fun-
filled weekly get together.


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admission is free.
* Children, women, and
adult Sunday school classes
are held every Sunday
morning at 9:30 a.m. and a
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A12 'Vero Beach Hometown News


Religion
From page Al 11
tional breakfast and fellow-
ship at 7:30 a.m. The pro-
gram is hosted by three-
time Super Bowl Champion
Brent Jones and will feature
Bart Starr, Tony Dungy,
Anthony Munoz, and Der-
rick Brooks, players from
both 2009 Super Bowl
Teams. This live event will
be viewed on the large
screen in the Worship Cen- -
ter. Admission is free but
tickets are required; dona-,
tions for breakfast are
appreciated.


For tickets, visit
www.KingsBaptist.org or
stop the Church.
* Mark Cahill, teacher and
author of One Thing You
Can't Do in Heaven and One
Heartbeat Away will be at
King's Baptist Church on
Feb. 7 and 8. The communi-
ty is invited to his 7 p.m.
presentation on Saturday.
Mr. Cahill will also be the
distinguished guest speaker
at Sunday's 9 a.m., 10:30
a.m. and -6 p.m. worship
services; everyone is wel-,
come to attend.
A Quilting Group meets
9:30 a.m. every Friday in.
Room 121 at the church.


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Newcomers are always wel-
come and there is no charge
to participate.
* Awana, a Bible-based
program with extra empha-
sis on Scripture memory for
children age 3 through the
6th grade is held every
Wednesday evening at 6'
p.m. Teens in grades 7 -12
are invited to X-treme Lives,
a time of worship and small
group Bible study, on
Wednesday evenings from
6-7:30 p.m. Adult Bible
study begins at 6:30 p.m.
every Wednesday.
Young adults are invited
to the new "20 Something"
class at 9 a.m. on Sundays.
The Bible class focuses on
issues and challenges facing
young adults as they contin-
ue education or start a new
career; it meets in room 125.
SundayWorship Services are
held at 9 a.m. andlO:30 a.m.


with an evening service at 6
p.m. At 5 p.m., children in
1st through the 6th grade
are invited to participate in
Children's Choir where they
learn basic music skills and
performance of songs and
musicals. They meet in the
Awana Auditorium; every-
one is welcome and there is
no cost.
Newcomers are always
welcome at King's Baptist
Church, 3235 58th Avenue,
Vero Beach.
For additional informa-
tion, call (772) 567-5850 or
visit www.kingsbaptist.org

Financial Peace
University

The 13-week program
taught by Dave Ramsey, has
helped more than 750,000
families positively change


their financial future. FPU
classes will be held in Vero
Beach at: Kings Baptist
Church located at 3235 58th
Ave., Vero Beach. The classes
will begin Tuesday, Feb. 3, at
6:30 p.m. Call (772) 778-9171
or brianhayes@bellsouth.net
for more information or to
register.
The Crossing Community
Church located at 1198 901h
Ave., Vero Beach. The classes
will begin Feb. 4, at 6 p.m.
Call (772) 778-9820 or bell-
flower@comcast.net for
more information or to reg-
ister.

Unity Center
of Vero Beach

*Sunday morning Worship
Celebration is held at 9:30
and 11 a.m. Childcare is
available for both services


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and Children's Classes are
held every Sunday at 1 la.m.
* Florida native, artist and
songwriter, Mike Davis will
perform a free concert at 7
p.m. on Jan. 30. Admission
is free; a love offering will be
accepted.
* February's Sacred Cine-
mas will feature "The Opus"
on Feb. 6, and "Moses Code"
on Friday, Feb. 20. Both
movies will begin at 7:30
p.m. and discussion group
will follow. Admission is $5.
For more information, call
(772) 562-1133 or visit
www.unityofvero.com.
Newcomers are always
welcome at Unity Center of
Vero Beach. The church is
located at 950 43rd Ave., Vero
Beach.

Asbury United
Methodist Church

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rummage/bake sale on Feb.
14, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the church. Various items
will include good used
clothing, linens, small
household appliances, dish-
es, books, crafts, costume
jewelry, knickknacks, toys,
games and lots of other
treasures. plenty of homemade baked
goodies. Everyone is invited.
1708 43rd Ave., Vero Beach,
For more. information, call
(772) 562-9232.

Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship

Social Justice film series,
documentary about Ameri-
ca's religious-environmental
movement on Feb. 1, start-
ing at 7 p.m. Free. Unitarian
Universalist Fellowship of
Vero Beach, 1590 27th
Avenue. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 778-5880.


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From page A3

the weekends, and did
shows, but now I've been
doing it full-time," said Mrs.
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"This was a very natural-
thing for us because we,
both love to work with clay
and plants," she said. ,
They. enjoy going to art
-shows in Florida and other
states, but enjoy having a
local show-to attend.
"This show is very nice,:
and it's so close to home,"
said Mrs. Meyer.
Robert Johnson, a metal
smith from Sebastian who is
also president of the not-
for-profit Sebastian River-
front Fine Arts and Music
Festival, also showed his
wares, which ranged from
small hooks to large garden
sculptures .
A portion of the funds
raised. by the organization
will be donated to help art
classes in Sebastian elek
mentary schools, said Mr
Johnson.
"We're giving money to
the schools in Sebastian for
art supplies, because pro-
grams have been cut so
badly that they need help,"
said Mr. Johnson.
Having a large art show in
Sebastian is a big boost to
the economy, said the presi-
dent.
"The hotel rooms in town
are booked, all the restau-
rants are packed, it's a great
event for the businesses in
Sebastian," he said.
'"It was incredible," said
Ms. Monier.
"We, had the biggest
crowd that we have ever
had. People there were just
everywhere," said Ms.
Monier.
The cost of organizing the
event, approximately
$20,000, was shared
between the city and the
not-for-profit, Ms. Monier
said.
"The two main reasons
we did it was to promote the
city and for cultural
enhancement, which is why
we brought in high quality
art," said the director.
"Without the city, we
could not do it, and their
dollars were well spent,"
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Obituaries


Otto William 'Bill'
Lampe

Otto William "Bill"
Lampe, 79, of Vero Beach,
.died Jan. 8, 2009.
He was born in
Venezuela and moved to
Vero Beach in 1979'.
He worked as a world-
wide troubleshooter for
Gulf Oil in Reston, Va. and
started Owl & Associates in
Vero Beach.
* He is survived by his wife
of 56 years, Barbara; two
daughters, Kathleen and
Cynthia; a sister, Aline;
three grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in
death by his brother,
Edward.
Memorial donations may
be made to the VNA Hos-
pice House, 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, FL
32960.

Arrangements by Cox-
Gifford-Seawinds Funeral
Home and Crematory.

Anthony J.
Caracciolo

Anthony J. Caracciolo,
91, of Vero Beach, died Jan.
15,2009.
He was born in Port
Chester, N.Y., and lived in
Vero Beach for 27 years.
He was a member of Holy
Cross Catholic Church in
Vero Beach.
He is survived by his son,
Anthony; two daughters,


Mary and Terri; three
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in
death by his wife, Theresa

Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home and Crema-
tory.

Samuel Watson
Page Jr.

Samuel Watson Page, Jr.,
94, died Jan. 17, 2009.
He was born in .Green-
wood, S.C., and lived in
Vero Beach for 21 years.
He was a medical doctor
for 41 years in Miami and
the Ocean Reef Club in Key
Largo.
He was a member of First
Baptist Church of Vero
Beach, the Fellow Ameri-
can College of Physicians,
Florida Medical Society,
Southern Medical Society,
American Medical Associa-
tion, American Therapeu-
tic Society, American Soci-
ety of Internal Medicine
and the Kiwanis Club of
Miami.
He is survived by two
daughters, Carolyn and
Rebecca; a brother, George
and five grandchildren.
He was preceded in
death by his wife, Edrie.

Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home and Crema-
tory.

Claire Brierley


Claire Brierley, 90, died
Jan. 18, 2009.
She was born in Flan-
ders, N.J., and lived in Vero
Beach for 19 years.
She is survived by two
sons and two grandsons.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Harry.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.

Ernest G. 'Ernie'
Beck

Ernest G. "Ernie" Beck,
78, of Vero Beach, died Jan.
19, 2009.
He was born in Micco


and lived in Vero Beach for
35 years.
He was manager of Sieg-
fort Oil Company in Des
Plaines, Ill.
He was a member of
Friendship Christian Com-
munity in Sebastian, the
Indian River Antique Auto
Club, National Thunder-
bird Club and was a former
member of the Indian
River Volunteer Ambulance
Squad.
He served in the U.S. Air
Force during the Korean
War.
He is survived by a sister,
Pauline; friend, Marilyn;
several nieces and
nephews and many close


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Memorial contributions
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32978.

Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.

Tanya Powell

Tanya King Powell, 66, of
Vero Beach, died Jan. 18,
2009.
She was born in
Moorestown, N.J., and
movedto Vero Beach seven
years ago.
She was of the Christian


faith.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 30 years, Charles; a
stepson, Thomas; a sister,
Nancy and a brother, Scott.
Memorials contributions
may be made to VNA Hos-
pice of Indian River County,
1110 35th Lane, Vero Beach,
FL 32960.

Arrangements by Cox-Gif-
ford-Seawinds Funeral Home
and Crematory.


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to have a lush, green
lawn all year long. Unfortu-
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be a real challenge.
In our area there are two
types of lawns that the /
majority of Floridians share:
St. Augustine and Bahia.
Most people have the
Floratam variety of St.
Augustine grass.
Before I get into winter
lawn maintenance, I would
like to talk a little about
Floratam grass. The Flo-
ratam variety of St. Augus-
tine grass was introduced to
Florida in 1973 and is used
almost exclusively to other
grasses.
Floratam grass has many
advantages to other types of
lawns. It is very adaptable
and can thrive in a wide
range of soils and environ-
mental conditions. It does
well in Florida's intense
sunlight. This type of lawn is
also relatively chinch bug
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Floratam is also a fast
grower that can fill in empty
areas of your lawn fairly
quickly. The thickness of the
lawn also helps to control
weeds.
Bahia grass, on the other
hand, offers some disadvan-
tages over its rival.
During the growing
season, it produces large
seed heads and over time,
the lawn can thin out, which
will allow'weeds and other
wild grasses to take over. It
also needs a large amount
of iron, or the grass will
yellow during the spring
and fall. It also has a very
course texture. .
Now let's talk about
keeping it green. During the
winter months, all lawns
cah have times when they
thin out or just do not grow
as rapidly as they do during
the remaining times of the
year. This can cause bare
spots and browning. This
can be especially problem-
atic after a freeze or heavy
frost.


One way to ensure your
lawn stays green looking
and limits the intrusion of
weeds is to over seed with
rye grass. When you over
seed with ryegrass, you help
keep that green look all
winter long. When the
warmer weather arrives, the
ryegrass will dye out and
your lawn will again fill in
very nicely for the remain-
der of the growing season.
As the ryegrass dies off, it
acts as a natural fertilizer as
it decomposes in the soil.
If you have a Bahia lawn,
you may have to over seed
with Bahia grass seed in the
spring. If you have a Flo-
ratam lawn, you can fill in
patches with grass plugs.
Remember, Flotatam is not
available in seed form.
Proper watering and
fertilizer is also essential to
a healthy lawn. Always keep
your lawn evenly moist.
Under watering as well as
over-watering can both
cause problems, such as
drying out or fungus, for
example.
A regular fertilizer
program is essential for a
lush green lawn. You should
apply a good quality, slow
release lawn food about
once every three months.
February is an excellent
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feed product has the
advantage of both feeding
your lawn and getting rid of
annoying weeds. Care
should be exercised when
choosing weed control
products because you can
only use certain herbicides
on certain lawns.
If you have a Floratam
lawn, be sure you choose a
product that contains
Atrazine. This is a safe
herbicide for use in St.
Augustine variety grasses.-If
you have Bahia grass,
choose a product with 2.4D
or an equivalent. Use of the
wrong herbicide can have
very undesirable effects.
Always apply your
fertilizer according to the
package directions and
always use a spreader. Never
-try to apply lawn food by
hand.
With a little care-and
some work, you too can
have a green lawn year-
round. I hope this informa-
tion useful as well as
informative.

Joe Zelenak has 26 years
experience in gardening and
landscape. Send e-mails to
gardennook@bellsouth.net
or visit his Web site at
www.hometowngarden.co
m. He is also available to
answer plant questions at
Sears Essentials in Stuart.



Obituaries
From page Al 3
Agnes V Walker, 86, died
Jan. 19,'2009.
She was born in
Hawthorne and lived inVero
Beach for 47 years.
She was a ward clerk at
Indian River Memorial Hos-
pital, retiring in 1990.
She was a member of For-
est Park Baptist Church in
Vero Beach.
She is survived by three
sons, Roger, Tony and
Richard; a daughter, Sue; a
brother, Floyd; 18 grandchil-'
dren, 25 great-grandchil-
dren and' 18 great-great-
grandchildrenii
She" 'was preceded- in
death by her husband, Lon- -
nie; a son, Larry; a daughter,
Myrtice and two brothers,
Jimmy and J.W.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Visiting
Nurse Association & Hos-
pice Foundati6n, 1110 35th
Lane, Vero Beach, FL 32960.

Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.







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being of our community, more than 11,ooo members,
of our community were immunized against flu and
pneumonia between September and January.
Thank you for partnering with the VNA,
and we hope to see you at one of our
Shoo the Flu clinics next year!


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of scrap booking at the
Vero Beach Community
Center on Jan. 31, from 9
a.m.- midnight.
The fee for an 8-foot
table is $20 per person and
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space. Only oneperson
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vendors on hand for last
minute items that may be
needed to complete a


scrapbooking page. The
vendors that will be at the
No Frills Crop will be:
Forget Me Not Crop and
Shop, Scrapbook Barn.
These vendors carry a wide
variety of products from
tools to beautiful paper. If
you are not able to attend
the crop just stop by and
shop.
To be a part of this event
stop by the Community
Center and fill out all of
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The Vero Beach Commu-
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2266 14th Ave., Vero Beach.
For more information call
(772)-770-6517 or visit
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Going back for more after a cruise


Many of our clients
who have returned
from cruises want
to book a tour or a hotel
stay to the areas they have
visited. I did this after my
very first cruise (many
years ago) from New York
to Bermuda. We berthed
for a few days in Hamilton
but could not get enough.
As soon as we returned
home, my friends and I
booked a flight and resort
stay for a few months later.
We toured the entire island
on our next stay and met
and mingled with the
locals. It was great fun.
Europe, especially the
Mediterranean,'is becom-
ing increasingly popular in
this phenomenon. The
client might have flown
into Barcelona and board-
ed a cruise ship for a
seven- or 10-night cruise
along the Mediterranean
coast, but felt there was so
much more to see in each
port they visited.
When they visited Rome
via the port of Civitivecchia
(approximately 45 minutes
away) they only had a few
hours to see this exciting,
romantic, and historical
city. They wished they had
more time. In hindsight,
they could have looked for
a cruise from Civitivecchia
and spent a few days in
Rome before boarding the
cruise. They could then
cross Rome off their lists of
must-see cities.
Returning they start
looking at options to see
more of what they just
touched upon. There are sc
many options fortouring
and to narrow it down to a
manageable time can be


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TREASURE COAST -
Focusing on international
business and economics,
Indian River State College
study abroad in China
provides an opportunity
to understand one of, the
world's fastest growing
economies.
The two-week program
includes visits to Beijing,
Xi'an, Shanghai and Shen-
zhen. Participants will
tour Chinese companies,
the Shanghai Stock
Exchange and a special


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challenging. It would be
helpful to make a list of
what is a must see.
Tours can be so enlight-
ening, but some can be fast
paced. It would be impor-
tant to take into considera-
tion what your physical
abilities are.
If you are in need of a
walker or scooter to get
around, some of the old
cities would be extremely
difficult. In fact, most tour
companies do not allow
scooters, European busses
are just not big enough for
them. Walking over ancient
cobblestone streets can be
very difficult for those in
need of a walker. This is
important to know before
you pay for your travel
plans.
a Each tour, whether it is
with a large group or
smaller, more intimate
group, generally has an
experienced tour director
who is fill of information
on the historical aspects.
Others might have a local
expert come aboard to take
you through their towns
and countryside, all the
while speaking of the local
culture and lore.
Tour companies also
combine tours and cruises
where you will have the
constant company of the
tour director who meets
you at your starting point
and stays with you during
the cruise portion and all


of the tour. Certainly any
travel issues you might
have can be taken care of
by the tour director.
Northern Europe has the
added benefit of having
rivers to cruise along to see
the inner workings of the
great cities of Europe.
These rivers, just like the-
Mississippi, have bustling
cities along the route. You
can plan a river cruise or
take a tour that includes
the river cruise along such
rivers as the Rhine, Seine
and the Danube. See the
changing cultures from
Germany to Switzerland,
Austria, Hungary, Croatia,
Romania and Bulgaria.
This is great for those
with physical issues. One %
does not have to be con-
stantly on the move. When
you get to port, you can
choose to stay aboard or
venture out into the port
towns and villages. Many'
include shore excursions.
Ocean cruising is one
way to see various coun-
tries, but of course, that is
only the tip of the iceberg
(so to speak). You can tap
into the varying cultures,
but touring is where you
feel the heartbeat of the
people and their everyday
lives.
In some places you may
never get enough. Hopeful-
ly, you will leave filled with
many memories of your
stay. If not, go back! Go
back for more of what you
really enjoyed.
If you enjoyed the
German beer hall, you may
want to go back and visit
during Oktoberfest that
actually runs during the
month of September.


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Al 8 Vero Beach Hometown News Friday, ~anuary 30, 2009


Doing his part


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Carl. Ballerstein, of Vero Beach, gets a high-five from IRC Solid Waste Disposal District
managing director Himanshu Mehta, for strapping an old TV and a box of disposable
batteries to his scooter and delivering them tp the Electronics Recycling Event at the
Indian River Mall last Saturday. Julianne Price, right, is with the county's environmental
health department and she was on hand to monitor the recycling of mercury.


Rants
From page A6
while babies and mothers
lack decent food and hous-
ing. Why didn't the govern-
ment hand out money to the
poor instead of having such
a lavish event? Our people
are in need of a responsible
government. The inaugura-
tion laughs at those who are
trying to make it in this
country.

I thought it wasn't
about race?
I can only say one thing;
now Obama is saying now
his race is getting more
opportunities. I thought
this election wasn't about
race. This government is
going downhill. We won't
last another 25 years. I live
in a country without a pres-
ident. What a sad thing.
Control your pit bulls
This is a complaint about


pit bulls running loose and
attacking citizens and keep-
ing them prisoners in their
mobile homes. Why are the
owners letting them do that?

Bad ending to
inauguration
I as well as countless oth-
ers watched the inaugura-
ti6n. It was. something' to
behold. One thing that both-
ered that me was the awful
rendition of a beautiful
American song, and the
other thing was the awful
tirade at the end of the bene-
diction. Why end in such a
horrible way?

Public inauguration
celebrations
When voting time comes
along, they call you. But
when it's time to celebrate
the election, why not have
large screen TVs so! we
could all come together and
celebrate? That would have
been nice.


Study
From page A17,
economic zone in
Shenzhen.
They will also have
the chance to interact
with Chinese university
students.. International
economics and busi-
ness in China will
enable students to visit
historic landmarks,
including the Great
Wall and enjoy Chinese
food and culture during
the May 18 through
June 1 trip.
Participants will
complete assignments
and earn up to nine col-
lege credits related to
their study .abroad
experiences.
The program is coor-
dinated by Maria Davis,
assistant professor of
economics and Herb
Ricardo, associate pro-
fessor of business.
For more informa-
tion, call (866) 792-
4772.


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THURSDAY, JAN. 29
The Emerson Center
Humanities Series presents
"Florida's Wacky History
and Why You Should Care"
at 7 p.m. Speaker Eliot Klein-
berg is a native Floridian who
writes extensively about the
state. This presentation, as
well as others in the Humani-
ties Series, is free to the pub-
lic. The Emerson Center is
located at 1590 27th Ave. at
the corner of 16th Street in
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 778-5249.

FRIDAY,JAN. 30
Florida songwriter Mike
Davis will perform at Unity
of Vero Beach at 7 p.m. in a
free concert that will feature
music to rock the spirit. A
love offering will be accept-
ed. The Unity Center of Vero
Beach is located at 950 43rd
Ave. in Vero Beach. For more
information, call (772) 562-.
113.

FRIDAY, JAN. 30-
SATURDAY, JAN. 31
A book sale will be held
by the Friends of the North
Indian River County Library
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fri-
day and from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. on Saturday. This special
sale will be conducted in the
library's meeting room and
will include all types of books
and paperbacks. The library is
located at 1001 Sebastian
Blvd. For more information,
call (772) 589-1355.

SATURDAY, JAN. 31
A 2009 Super Bowl cele-
bration at King's Baptist
Church is set for 7:30 a.m.
and will include a traditional
breakfast and live satellite
program hosted by former
Super Bowl champion Brent
Jones. Featured will be play-
ers from Super Bowl 2009
teams. Admission is free, but
tickets are required and
donations for breakfast are
appreciated. Tickets may be
obtained at the church locat-
ed at 3235 58th Ave. in Vero
Beach. For more information,
call (772) 567-5850.
"Egypt: Gift-of the Nile"
will be presented by Milt
Thomas at 10 a.m. in the first
floor meeting room of the
'Indian River County. main
library. This audio-visual pro-
gram will explore the pyra-
mids, Sphinx and other fea-
tures of Egypt's 5,000-year
history. This program is free
and open to the public. For
more information, call JVarla
at (772) 770-5060, Ext.
4121.
See OUT, B2


Photo courtesy of Rita Zeigler,
Rita Zeigler's 'Heading for Bermuda' will be part of a show at the A.E. Bean Backus Gallery in Fort Pierce on display
through Valentine's Day..


Artists seascapes to be part of show


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
FORT PIERCE In
Christopher Cross' Gram-
my Award-winning song
"Sailing" he sings "the can-
vas can do miracles, just
you wait and see."
Vero Beach artist Rita
Ziegler whose paintings
often feature sailboats -
works her own miracles
with canvas using paint
rather than the wind.
The best of her recent
nautical-themed works
will be exhibited at the A.E.
"Bean" Backus Gallery in


Fort Pierce beginning Jan.
21 through Valentine's Day
in a show entitled "Varia-
tions."
Mrs. Ziegler's works will
be displayed in a grouping
she calls "Down to the Sea
and Ships." The show will
highlight the varied tech-
niques, media and subject
matter of participating
artists.
Two, hundred artists had
submitted work and quali-
fications in hopes of being"
chosen for the show and
Mrs. Ziegler was one of
only five artists finally
selected to exhibit.


"They liked my work and
I was quite honored to be
picked from more than 200
submissions. I'm looking
forward to the show," Mrs.
Ziegler said.
A native Philadelphian
and former Connecticut
resident, Mrs. Ziegler stud-
ied advertising and archi-
tectural design, as well as
technical illustration. She
earned a degree in busi-,
ness management and
after a 20 -year career in
technical illustration,
decided to finally explore a
freer, more creative side of
art.


Mrs. Ziegler and her
husband, George, owned a
fishing .boat on Long
Island Sound and she
found artistic inspiration
from the beauty of the sea
and the grace of sailing
vessels.
The primary focus of her
paintings became
seascapes and sailboats
which she initially painted
in watercolors.
But after joining a plein
air art group, which paint-
ed outdoors on location,
Mrs. Ziegler began experi-
menting with oils. She took
See SEASCAPES, B2


Columnist: Green is new red, white and blue


Thomas Friedman is guest at the Emerson's spe


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
It's time for a "revolution" and
Thomas. Friedman, Pulitzer Prize-
winning columnist for The New York
Times, best-selling author and lec-
turer isn't referring to the rallying cry
of an old Beatles song.
Mr. Friedman spoke recently
before sold-out audiences of 1,600 at
The Emerson Center's Celebrated
Speakers Series.
He discussed his latest book, "Hot,
Flat and Crowded: Why We Need a
Green Revolution And How it Can
Renew America" a treatise on how
America "lost its groove" and could
reclaim it via energy technology,
which he claims will be "the next
industrial revolution."
Mr. Friedman asserts that Sept. 11,


2001 "knocked us off our game."
"We are not the United States of
fighting terrorism. Sept. 11 is not my
day. My day, our day, is the Fourth of
July," Mr. Friedman said.
After the downfall of the Soviet
Union and the loss of our biggest
competitor, America'became "a little
fat, dumb and lazy and our govern-
*ment doesn't work anymore," Mr.
Friedman contends.
Issues of immigration, energy,
health care and the environment are
major problems confronting the
United States.
The American political system has
become "a system that can't solve
any big multi-generational prob-
lems," Mr. Friedman said.
But lest one think that Mr. Fried-
man is more pessimist than pragma-
tist or optimist, he said Yankee inge-


aker series.
nuity is alive and
well.
"This country is
still exploding with
entrepreneurship
and that's a sign to
me of a country
that's alive."
Finding answers to Friedman
climatic and energy
problems are crucial and won't be
painless. But, solutions and action
are heeded, he said.
"The weather gets weird. The hot
places get hotter, the cold colder and
the wet, wetter," Mr. Friedman said.
A crowded planet and people liv-
ing like Americans is also stretching
global resources, Mr. Friedman
warned.

See GREEN, B2


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 1-30-2009


Aries March 21-April 19
.Aries the ram lives on the
higher slopes of life. This
gives you a clear vision. You
can see further ahead than
most. This gives an edge
when new opportunities
arise. Your natural competi-
tive spirit is always ready to
take on new challenges.
Decisive action always pro-
duces, positive result when
you stay focused on your.
dream.

Taurus -April 20-May 20
Stay strong in your own
beliefs, but continue to listen
to trusted advisors as well.
When you ask for advice
from a trusted friend you
honor them. This shows that
you are coming from the
heart and not the ego. This
brings respect, encourage-
ment and hope. Your
courage in the face of adver-
sity is one of your strongest
assets.

Gemini May 21-June 21
Act decisively on your imme-
diate goals and plans. Your
inherent sense of responsi-
bility will guide you as need-
ed. Keep a lighter approach.
When you get upset, it usial-
ly is caused by expecting oth-
ers to do things your way
and they don't. Face life's
challenges head on when
they happen. They are step-
ping stones toward your true
greatness.

Cancer June 22-July 22
Make it a point to do some-
thing nice for someone every
day. When you make 'some-
one else happy, the joy
comes back tenfold to you.
You were born with a great
heart It is your destiny to do
this. Then, when you are psy-
ched up, use this extra ener-
gy to motivate you in your
own quest for happiness.
You were born for this quali-
ty of life.

Leo July 23-Aug. 22
Affirm every day that you are
fed and protected by the uni-
verse?. Feeling thankful for
the many wonderful friends
who grace your personal and
professional life is what
brings you so much joy. You
see the good in others. They
see it in you. This is a won-
derful life and to be desired
above great riches. You have
found the true meaning of
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Doors open for dinner at 4:15
p.m. and the show is at 6 p.m.-
Early reservations are encour-
aged. The theatre is located in
the Best Western Hotel locat-
ed on State Road 60 west. For
more information, call (772)
567-8321.
FRIDAY, FEB. 6
Artists Guild Gallery pres-
ents "Paul R. Davis: Marine
Artist Extraordinaire" with an
opening reception from 5 to 7
p.m. at the gallery located .at
44 Royal Palm Pointe in Vero
Beach. Mr. Davis' works will
be on display through Feb. 28.
He is known for his unique
techniques with oils and
glazes, reminiscent of Old
* Dutch masters. The reception
is free and open to the public
and will feature refreshments,
live music and works by other


Green
From page B1
The increasing demand
for energy and natural
resources requires "more
sustainable" lifestyles, he
said.
At the same time, there is
mass extinction of plants
and animals taking place on
a daily basis, Mr. Friedman
said.
"We are the first genera-
tion who will have to think
like Noah and have a strate-
gy to save the last two pair of
more and more species," he
said.
But if such doomsday
probabilities are disconcert-
ing enough for some to give
up, then Mr. Friedman also
offered hope to rally the
troops.
"That's a list of incredible
opportunity masquerading
as unsolvable problems.
Abundant, safe, cheap elec-
trons and molecules will
solve the problems.
"The next great global
industry is energy technolo-
gy: E.T.," Mr. Friedman said.
And the country which
leads the charge to find new
energy solutions "has to be
the United States ofAmeri-
ca," he said. e
Tied to it all, he explained,
are energy and geo-political
implications in which the


gallery artists.
For more information, call
(772) 299-1234.
SATURDAY, FEB. 7
Costa d'Este Beach Resort
executive Chef David
Rodriguez will conduct a
cooking demonstration at
McKee Botanical Garden from
10 to 11:30 a.m. The class fee
is $25 for members and $30
for non-members. Space is
limited. The garden is located
at 350 U.S. 1 in Vero Beach.
For more, information or to
make a reservation, call (772)
794-0601.
- Emerson Center's Celebrpt-
ed Speakers Series continues
with Nina Totenberg who will
speak at 4 and 8 p.m. Individ-
ual tickets for the series remain
at $65 per person. Ms. Toten-
See OUT, B3


price of oil has affected the
pace of freedom world-
wide.
"Green" may sound like a
liberal, hippie-dippy, tree-
hugging approach to energy,
Mr. Friedman said. But that
would be an erroneous
assumption, he noted.
"Green is the new red,
white and blue," he said.
Wind, solar, geo-thermal
and even nuclear power
sources should be developed
by what Mr. Friedman calls
"shaping the market"
through prices, laws, stan-
dards and regulations which
make existing, dirty and rela-
tively cheap petroleum-
based fuels undesirable
despite higher prices for new
energy sources.
"Have you ever been to a
revolution where nobody got
hurt? That's not a green revo-
lution, that's a party," he said.
With 6 billion people on
the planet, it should be a col-
lective solution, he said.
"The future is our choice,
not our fate. Either we get
our democracy to work or
we'll be a build-absolutely-
nothing-near-anything
nation. And we have exactly
enough time starting right
now," he concluded.
* For more information
about programs at The Emer-
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Seascapes
From page B1
fine arts classes at art cen-
ters and studied with master
artists, to further refine her
technique.
As a seasonal resident of
Vero Beach, Mrs. Ziegler
joined the Vero Beach Art


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Club. In 2005, the( 2iegler
moved permanently to Vero
Beach and she has main-
tained a high profile and
level of involvement with
the area's art community.
"The process of painting
seascapes on canvas tran-
scends me into a peaceful
zone. The turmoil of the day
evaporates and. I engulf
myself in the scenes that
unfold," she said.
The AE. Backus Gallery &
Museum is a 5,000 square-
foot visual arts facility open
to the public. It is located at
500 N. Indian River Drive ih
Fort Pierce.
For more information
about the show, call (772)
465-0630.
For information about
Mrs. Ziegler's art; call (772)
567-6229.


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dent. The Emerson Center is
located at 1590 27th Ave. at
the intersection of 16th Street.
For more information about
the series and tickets, call
(772) 778-5249.
The. Garden of Art gallery
presents "Florida's True
Beauty, Landscapes by
Dorothy Starbuck" with an
opening reception from 4-9
p.m. at the gallery, 8905 U.S. 1
in Wabasso. The public is invit-
ed to enjoy and gallery's gar-
den surroundings and view
works by Ms.. Starbuck and
other gallery artists. Ms. Star-
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day workshop on painting
Florida landscapes in oils at
the gallery Feb. 9-11 from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. Events are free
and open to the public. For
more information about
events or classes, call (772)
589-7889.


Scopes
From page Bi
Virgo Aug. 23-Sept 22
Your love. of life, nature and
the universe is evident in the
increased health and happi-
ness of recent months. You
are at your best when you
set lofty goals and bring
them to fulfillment. You are
never content with medioc-
rity. You were born to excel.
Your life is an inspiration to
others. You do it so well.

Libra Sept 23-Oct.22
As your spirit rises, so does
your mental and physical
strength. Your. thinking is
keen. Your heart is open and
your spirit is strong. You have
more spiritual blessings than


you can handle. You handle
daily challenges better than
anyone. Why? Because you
are the sign of balance. You
keep us all in focus. The
future looks bright. Thanks.

Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21
You are at a turning point in
life. The next three months
should show a mending of
the old ways and a renewal
of your spirit. You are about
to shine in 2009. Just about
everything you try will work
out in positive ways. It is a
great blessing. Spirit loves
you and wants great happi-
ness for you in every way.
Feast and enjoy.

Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21
There is much change hap-
pening around you. Your job


is to stay calm and refuse to
let the world toss you.
around. When you do this -
and refuse to get upset -
you have mastered life and
are now fully on the spiritual
path. When this happens the
universe will open the flood-
gates of abundance and
bring you riches beyond your
greatest dreams.

Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19
You have just come through
a time of recharging and
focus. You now have a wider
view of your course of action.
This edge, along with your
natural strong instincts, will
always result in positive out-
comes. Your victories out-
weigh your losses. This
makes you a winner in the
game of life. You are very,


very special.

Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You are at your- best when
you set divinely-inspired
ideas into forward motion
and create exciting new reali-
ties. For this to happen you
must be focused on a cause
that makes you and others
happy. Don't worry about the
outcome. Keep inspiring
yourself and others, and the
end result will be more than
you ever dreamed possible.

Pisces Feb. 19-March 20
Continue to rise up from
earthly restrictions and trans-
form yourself into the beauti-
ful, free-spirited creature you
truly are. Release any restric-
tive bonds of the past, open
your heart and soar like a


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Refuse to accept mediocrity.
Stay close to your passion
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Stars." The event will take
place, March 14, at the
Vero Beach Elks Hall.
Committee members,
along with local dance
instructors, Joe and Shari
Tessier, owners of the 14th
Avenue Dance Studio,
invited female and male
instructors to donate 15
. hours of dance instruction,
and performance.to
dancers.
Dancers known to the
Vero Beach community,
agreed to dedicate time to
practice and perform, and
will secure $1,000 in
donations. Dance styles
will include tango, East
Coast swing, West Coast
swing, waltz, cha cha, and
salsa.
Participating in compe-
tition are: Tatiana Dyer,
owner of Dyer Chevrolet
and Dyer Mazda, with
partner James Martin of
the 14th Avenue Dance
Studio; Donna Fabean,
director of Women's
Health Care Indian River
Medical Center, with
partner Aaron McKenna of
Swing Sebastian; resident
Pamela Director, with
partner Joe Tessier of the
14th Avenue Dance
Studio; Laura Kelley,
program director of the
Lifelong Learning Insti-
tute at Indian River State
College, with partner Joe
Wyhes of Desire .to Dance;
Kathryn Collins, former
-Vero Beach Magazine
social editor and commu-
nity nonprofit volunteer,
with professional dancer
Jim Bennett; Steve Pfi-
ester, co-owner of
Longevity Fitness Club
and Spa inVero Beach,
with partner Shari Tessier
of 14th Avenue-Dance,
Studio; Vinnie Parentela,
proprietor of Gold Coast
Landscape Lighting in
Vero Beach and co-
chairman of the Citrus
Gala & Cattle Barons Ball,
with Michele Holm of
Swing Sebastian; resident
Patti Rooney, with Bob
Kane of Dance on Space
Coast; and Tom Lowe,
owner of Rock City
Gardens, with Karren
Walter of the Indian River
Ballroom.
Tickets will be $100 per
person, which includes
opening seating around
the dance floor, one drink
coupoxi, hors d'oeuvres
and desserts, as well as
open dancing at the
conclusion of the evening.
Those interested in
sponsoring the event may
contact the Healthy Start
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Friday, Jan. 30
The Ladies Club of MOAA
(Military Officers Association of
America) will hold a luncheon
at 11:30 a.m. at Oak Harbor.
For information, call (772) 234-
3002.
Gifford Aquatic Center
Teen Bash; all Middle School
students are invited to come
out relax, dance, and hang out
with their friends by the pool.
At the door cost will be $3 per
student. Purchase, advance
tickets at the Gifford Aquatic
Center by Jan. 28. Advanced
tickets will cost $2 per student.
* Must have proof of school ID
or fall semester schedule. 7
-10 p.m. For more information
call (772) 770-5312.

Friday, Jan. 30 -
Sunday, Feb. 1,
Sebastian Gun and Knife
Show, American Legion Post
189, 807 Louisiana Ave.,
Sebastian. Friday, 1-5 p.m., Sat-
urday, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., Sunday,
10 a.m. 4 p.m. Admission $2.
Concealed weapons class,
Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Class cost $65. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 696-5182.

Saturday, Jan. 31

Scrap-booking at the Vero
Beach Community Center Crop
from 9 a.m.- midnight. The
Vero Beach Community Center
is located at 2266 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach. Call for costs. For
more information, call (772)-
770-6517.

Sunday, Feb. 1
Super Bowl sales tq benefit
the Humane Society at both of
its thrift shops from 11 a.m. -
3:00 p.m. Shops are located at
4445 20th St., Vero Beach and
441. Sebastian Blvd (County
Rd. 512). For more information
call (772) 567-2044 or (772)
589-0323. Those interested in
volunteering, call (772) 388-
3331, Ext 20.

Monday, Feb. 2 -
Wednesday, Feb. 4
The Wings of Freedom
Tour of the World War II Vin-
tage Boeing B-17 Flying
Fortress, Consolidated B-24
Liberator and North American
P-51 Mustang will be on dis-
play at the Vero Beach Munici-
pal Airport starting at 9 a.m.
Adults $12, Children $6. Flights
also available. For more infor-
mation, e-mail
hchaney@collingsfoundation.o
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Tuesday, Feb.'3
"Time, Winds & Brass"
concert in the Performing Arts
Center at Vero Beach High
School starting at 7 p.m. Tick-
ets are $10 for the upper Mez-
zanine level and $12 for the
lower Orchestra level.. Call
(772) 564-5646 to reserve a
seat.

Thursday, Feb. 5
Master Gardener lecture
series will be held from 7 to 9
p.m. at the Indian River County
Extension Service, 1028 20th
Place, Vero Beach. Topic: Green
grass without spending a lot.
Seating is limited, so pre-regis-
tration is required. For more
information, call (772) 770-
5031.

Saturday, Feb. 7
Night Sounds at the Sebast-
ian Inlet State Park, 9700 South
AIA, Melbourne Beach. Con-
cert series begins at 7 p.m.
Free. For more information, call
(321) 984-4852.
St. Sebastian Chapter,
DAR, will meet from 9:30 a.m.
-12:30 p.m. at the Roseland
Community Center, 12973
83rd Ave., Sebastian. Friends,
prospective new members and
visiting DAR members are invit-
ed to attend. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 388-0352.
LoPresti Speed Merchants
will hold its monthly first Satur-
day pilot seminar and charity
breakfast at 9 a.m. $5 donation
for breakfast buffet goes to
benefit a charity. For more
information, call (772) 562-
4757.
Monday, Feb. 9

Indian River Bromeliad


Society meeting will be held at
the Indian River County Main
Library, 1600 21st St., Vero
Beach, at 7 p.m. Group meets


second Monday of
month. Learn about these
exotic and beautiful F
their cultivation, speaker:
field trips, and educa
activities. For more inf
tion, call (772) 713-600
(772) 460-2069.

Wednesday, Feb. 11
Barefoot Bay Home
er's and Hobby craft
presents its annual fa
show fundraiser. Tickets
$12 in advance. Barefoo
Community Center, Bid
625 Barefoot Bay Blvd. I
open to the public: 9:30 a
p.m. For more informatio,
(772) 663-6792.

Thursday, Feb. 12
The Vero Beach It
Women's Auxiliary Club
local volunteers will be
ing at 11 a.m. to ship cc
to the Soldiers in Iraq
Afghanistan. Donations
welcome for packing mat
and shipping costs as w
baked cookies, which ca
dropped bff on the day
event at the club, locat
1600 16th Ave, Vero Beac
more information, call
778-1522.

Monday, Feb. 16
Photography Worl
Series with lunch, from
p.m. at Cafe 1901, in d
town Vero Beach. Space i
ited so call (772) 643-69
reserve a seat.

ONGOING EVENTS
Pelican Island Nat
Wildlife Refuge host g
beginning bird watching
on Saturdays from 8-11
The volunteer-guided tou
visit Bird's Impoundmen
and the newly reopened
tennial Trail. The tours w
through March 2008.
reservations are required
more information, call
refuge at (772) 562-390:
275, or visit fws.gov/peli
land/events
Italian-American Wa
erans, Post No.3 and6Wor
Auxiliary, located at 2500
Ave., Vero. Beach, holds
ness meetings at 7 p.m., c
second Wednesday of
month. Social meeting


each held at 6 p.m., on the fourth
easy, Wednesday of the month.
lants, New members welcome. For
s, fun information, call (772) 231-
tional 5673 or (772) 770-2558.
orma- The Vero Beach Railroad
07 or Station, located in downtown
Vero Beach, was originally built
in 1903. It is on the National
Register of Historic Places, and
is open Monday through Friday
.mak- from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Visitors
club can tour the exhibit center, and
shion get a glimpse of the local histo-
s are ry from prehistoric times
t Bay through World War 11. There is
[g. A, a model train display that
Doors offers panoramic views of his-
i.m.-1 torical sites in Indian River
n, call County. The Railroad Station is
located at 2336 14th Ave., Vero
Beach. For more information,
call (772) 778-3435.
Indian River County His-
talian torical Society preserves the
b and artifacts, sites and structures
meet- related to Indian River County
cokies heritage, and offers maps and
Sand directions to sites of historic
s are interest throughout the county.
trials The society is housed in a 1903
/ell as Vero Beach Train Station, locat-,
an be ed at 2336 14th Ave., Vero
of the Beach, and is open Monday,
ed at Wednesday and Friday, 10
-h. For a.m.-1 p.m. For more informa-
(772) tion, call (772) 778-3435.
The Heritage Bluegrass
Band performs every Tuesday
night, from 7:30-10 p.m. There
is no admission charge and
sop donations are appreciated.
shop Light refreshments are avail-
1 3 able. The Heritage Center is
lown- located at 2140 14th Ave., Veto
s lim- Beach.
?94 to Vero Beach Museum of Art
features exhibitions of interna-
tional, national, and state
importance are shown
throughout the year in four gal-
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Hello smart shoppers.
I have some impor-
tartt information to
share. Do you rotate the
foods in your pantry the
way the supermarkets are
supposed to do, or do you
do what I have done, put
new packages in the front
and wind up using them
first?
Pancake mix, biscuit mix,
cake mix, etc. have expira-
tion dates just as all other
foods. They can develop
mold, which is toxic to
some.
While reaching in my
pantry for a cake mix, I was
shocked to see I had seven
boxes of cake mix; I just
can't pass up the specials.
My eye caught the expira-
tion date on one; 2007,
another 2008 and if you can
believe it, one was 2005.
Baking mixes can be used
for a few months after the
date, but years? Many times
things don't rise properly
but sometimes you're
playing with fire. Buy
baking soda or powder in
the smallest container
available. Before you know
it, it has expired.
Dairy products can last
for days after the suggested
date, your nose knows.
C4qttage cheese and sour
cream can last for months
past the date if they haven't
been opened, but once
opened, use immediately.
Once a product is frozen,
the date doesn't count.
A reader requested
fettuccine Alfredo made the
healthy way; it's been eons
since it last was published,
so here you go.





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ROMANCING
THE STOVE
with the
Grammy Guru
ARLENE BORG

Experts say this sauce is
just about as bad for you as
biting into a stick of butter. I
will give you both the
original and my low fat
version.

FETTUCCINE
ALFREDO
serves 4 to 6
Thanks to a chef I have
the recipe. Not only did he
use almost half a stick of
butter for each serving,
along with the cream and
cheese, he also thickened it
with egg yolk.
Egg yolk is often used as a
thickening agent, but it is
tricky to work with..I do not
use egg yolk, not only
because it adds more fat
and cholesterol, but also
because I've found a little
cornstarch blended with
water or milk will accom-
plish the same thing with
much less effort.
1 package fettuccine
1 pint (2 cups) heavy
cream or light cream
4 tablespoons butter
1/2 to 3/4-cup imported
Parmesan cheese
Salt and pepper
1 level tablespoon
cornstarch (optional)
1/4-cup milk (optional)
Cook fettuccine accord-
ing to package directions,
adding a little oil to the
water to prevent the
noodles from sticking .
together.
In a medium-size sauce
pan, melt butter. Add
cream. Raise heat to .-
medium high and cook
until cream reduces and
becomes the cornsistency of
lightly whipped dream. Add
cheese and season with salt
and pepper. Be sure td keep
the heat low to prevent


sticking.
If you.want a very thick
sauce, mix about 1/4-cup of
milk with cornstarch; heat
until thickened and add to
the cream mixture.
Drain fettuccine and
place in deep bowl. Top
with the sauce and enjoy. Be
sure to have extra Parmesan
cheese available to be
passed around.

FETTUCCINE
ALFREDO
low fat
serves 4 to 6
1 package fettuccine
2 rounded tablespoons
butter substitute
1 cup fat-free sour cream
1 cup evaporated skim
milk, undiluted (or fat-
free half and half)
1/2 to 3/4-cup imported
Parmesan cheese
Cook fettuccine accord-
ing to package directions,
following instructions in
recipe for regular fettuccine
Alfredo.
In medium-size
saucepan, melt butter
substitute. Add remaining
ingredients, season with salt
and pepper and whisk until
smooth.
Warm, do not boil.
Drain pasta and place in
deep bowl. Pour on sauce.
Serve with extra cheese.

PEACH MELBA (NIB)
serves 2
This dessert was created
at the turn of the 19th .
century by Chef Escoffier in
honor of opera singer Nellie
Melba. It can be fat free if
you use fat-free ice cream or
frozen yogurt and sugar free
if you use a sugar substitute
instead of sugar.
GLAZE

3 tablespoons sugar
3 tablespoons water
1/2-teaspoon vanilla
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The last frontier the human spirit


T he accepted belief in
America is that the last
frontier is in outer
space.
We have conquered the
mountains, the deserts and
the seas. Where do we go
from here?
I believe that outer space
exploration has much value.
The knowledge gained has
been tremendous. But the
price that has been paid is
enormous as well, in human
life and money.
But I believe the true last
froritier still waiting to be
explored is the universe
within our selves. When we
live an inner directed life,
then out of our dreams,
visions and inspirations we
begin to create and manifest
our reality and true purpose.
The exploration of our inner
self and true destiny is sorely
underdeveloped at this time
in human history.
My belief is that beyond
the sea, desert, sky and outer
space there is a far greater
unexplored inner space that
is the domain of the human
heart and spirit. When we
move toward this vast
frontier of spirit we begin to
get glimpses of our true
nature and purpose.
There is an ancient saying,
"without a dream, the
people perish." What is the
real dream of every living
soul at birth? To live a life of
purpose, love, peace, health
and long life, abundance,
faith, joy, creativity and
freedom.
Living a life of war and
destruction sooner or later
will do us in. This is anti-
human. We are not sup-
posed to kill each other
through greed, anger and
fear. What is your dream?
We have it in us to become


r4%6URA


the person we want to be.
Inside this inner universe is
a genius crying to be set free.
Everyone has a true purpose.
Finding it and setting it free
should be the number one
priority of every living soul.
There is always room to
grow when you search for
deeper meaning. No one
knows it all. How do we
make these changes?
It begins by looking inside
our hearts and taking an
inventory of the things that
make us happy or unhappy
and writing these things
down. Life is based on the
pleasure principle, not pain.
Then begin to stop feeding
the painful ones and find
ways to release them.
Sometimes it begins with
forgiveness of our selves and
others. The main focus of life
should not be on money or
land or other property, These
are the effects of life not the
causes. The happiest people
are the ones who have'a
cause and purpose living in
their hearts that helps others
bridge the gap between
struggle and freedom.
The main law is what we
sow, we reap back multi-
plied. So in the giving we
receive. What is your cause?
Don't leave home or live
your life without it. True


happiness depends on it.
True riches live within the
heart and soul. Bring them
out, set them free and let
them multiply.
Second, make a written
plan and commitment to
your dream. If the first one
doesn't work, make a new
one until you get it right.
Mother Earth gives second
chances.
The first thing we should
do when we wake up each
morning is show gratitude
and thanks for the gift of life
itself. Then help someone
with a greater need than
your own. This is the source
of true happiness. Refuse to
get stuck in the same old rut.
The universe within is
unlimited with ways to
serve. Step out in faith.
Become all you came here to
become.
It reminds me of the story
of the two men who were
fishing on the riverbank.
One man was catching fish.
When he, caught a small one
he kept it, but whenever he
caught a large one he threw
it back. This went on for a
while and the other fisher-
man got inquisitive. So he
walked down the bank and
asked the other man, "Why
do you keep the small ones
and throw the large ones
back?"
The man replied, "I only
have a 10-inch frying pan."
Is your frying pan too
small?
Change your thinking and
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From page B6
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When a recipe is not in
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The Stove with the
Grammy Guru," send
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Out
From page B3
2009 at the Vero Beach
Museum of Art will feature
"A Day in Italy" from 10 a.m.
tp 4 p.m., a host of events that
are free and open to the pub-
lic. Art exhibitions will be on
display, as well as an art in
bloom display. A floral design
demonstration is set for 11
a.m. and a special Italian pup-
pet show performance for
children by Paul Mesner will
be held at 12:30-2:30 p.m.
Studio classrooms will feature
free, hands-on children's art
activities and Italian food and
refreshments will be available.
The museum is located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 231-0707 or
visit online at www.ver-
obeachmuseum.org.

FRIDAY, FEB. 20-FEB. 22
The Vero Beach High
School Performing Arts
Department presents "The
King '& I" by Rodgers & Ham-
merstein. Performances will
be at 7: 30 p.m. on Friday and


Saturday and at 2 p.m. on
Sunday in the school's Per-
forming Arts Center located at
1707 16th St. in Vero Beach.
The cast includes nearly 100
students from kindergarten
through high school. Tickets
are $10 for the upper level and
$12 for the lower level. All
seats are reserved. For more
information or to order tickets,
call the box office at (772)
564-5646.

ONGOING EVENTS
Master artist workshops at
the Vero Beach Museum of
Art are offered to area artists
who wish to refine their artistic,
approaches.
"Watercolor Landscapes" by.
Robert O'Brien on Jan. 23, 24
and 25 is for intermediate to'
advanced watercolor artists
who will explore landscape
painting with a day devoted to
working on location "en plein
air." Cost is $355 for members
and $375 for non-members.
"Landscape and Marine
Painting in Oil or Acrylics" by
Charles Gruppe Jan., 30, 31 and
Feb. 1. The workshop for
beginning to advanced stu-
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conducted on location and in
the studio. Cost is $355 for
members and $375 for non-
members.
"Altered Porcelain" by Leah
Leitson Feb. 7 and 8 for stu-
dents proficient on the wheel.
Will explore ways to manipu-
late the form and surface of
freshly thrown pots. Cost is
$235 for members and $255
for non-members.
"Sogetsu Ikebana," the
Japanese art of flower arrange-
ment, will be held Saturday,
Feb. 14 from 1:30-4 p.m. by
Soei Chieki Mihori. Cost is $80
for members, $90 for non-
members; this includes all
plant material and supplies.
"The Art of Saggar Firing" Feb.
28, and March 1 by Brenda
McMahon. Workshop partici-'
pants will learn the philosophy
and technique behind saggar
firing. Students are asked to
bring one to five small bisque
pots, freshly picked organic
material for the firing and a
"saggar" container. Details are
available upon registration.
Cost is $235 for members and
$255 for non-members.
"Classical Still Life Painting in
Oil" by James Sulkowski March


6, 7 and 8 for beginning and
advanced artists. Cost is $415
for members and $435 for
non-members.
"East Meets West: Chinese
Brush Painting and Watercolor
Workshop" by Lian Quan Zhen,
March 23-27, for intermediate
to advanced students. A kit of
Chinese painting materials will
be available for $45. Cost is
$570 for members and $590
for non-members.
The Vero Beach Museum of
Art is located at 3001 Riverside
Park Drive. For more informa-
tion or to register, call Ellyn
Giordano at (772) 231-0707,
Ext. 116.
2009 Emerson Center's
celebrated speakers series
tickets are on sale for the pop-
ular sell-out series, that has
brought internationally
acclaimed speakers to Vero
Beach. National Public Radio's
legal affairs correspondent
Nina Totenberg will be the
second speaker, on Feb. 7.
Juam Williams, an Emmy
Award winning writer and
radio/television commentator
will speak Feb. 28. Concluding
the series will be Pulitzer Prize
winning author and historian
David McCullough on, March,


21.
Subscriptions are now avail-
able at $220 for all.four speak-
ers at either 4 p.m. or 8 p.m.
performances. There is limited
seating availability for the 4
p.m. presentations and handi-
capped individuals are
encouraged to reserve their
seats for 8 p.m. Single tickets
are $60 each.
The Emerson Center at the
Unitarian Universalist Fellow-
ship of Vero Beach, is located
at 1590 27th Ave. in Vero
Beach at the intersection of
27th Avenue and 16th St. Call
the box office at (772) 778-
5249 to make reservations or
visit online www.theemerson-
center.com.
Vero Beach Opera 2008-
09 season:
"Don Pasquale" with Metro-
politan Opera star Paul Plishka
in the title role on Saturday,
Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m., Vero
Beach High School Performing
Arts Center. Tickets $30, $40,
$50 and $100.
"Musical Extravaganza"con-
cert, Roman Ortega-Cowan
with Zoltan Racz, accordionist,
Frankie Holliday, guitarist,
Sunday, Feb. 15, 3 p.m. the
Waxlax Center at Saint
Edward's. Tickets $20.
Deborah Voight returns,
Tuesday, March 3, 7:301 p.m.,
Waxlax Center. Tickets $30,
$40 And $50.
Internationally renowned
soprano, Susan Neves, Satur-
day, April 4, 7:30 p.m. the
Waxlax Center. Joining her will
be tenor Robert Chafin. and
basso Luiz Ottavio Faria. Tick-
ets $30, $40 and $50.
For tickets, call the box
office at (772) 778-1070. For
additional information, call
See OUT, B9


Spirit
From page B7
change your life. Dream
big dreams. Break the
chains that bind you.
Free your spirit and fly
like the butterfly and the
eagle. It doesn't matter
your level of education,
experience or breeding.
You can have a better life.
It's all a matter of
choices. Go inside and
find the true last frontier.
You can do it true
happiness depends on it.

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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


Calendar
From page B5

at 3001 Riverside Park Drive,
Vero Beach. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 231-0707
Vero Beach Green Market
is held every Tuesday from 3-
7 p.m. Find plants, fruits and
vegetables, seafood, herbs,
coffee, freshly made, donuts,
hand milled soaps, lotions,
teas, and on occasion, artisan
sausages and cured meats,
fresh local eggs, home made
doggie treats, and much
more. The market is located
at the corner of 14th Avenue
and 21st Street in front of the
Heritage Centre.
Guided Kayak Tours: Visi-
tors paddle along the Indian
River Lagoon .and enjoy
nature* at its tropical best.
They can experience the thrill
of close encounters with dol-
phins, manatees and exotic
birds. The guide.is a master
naturalist and U.S. Coast
Guard captain. Cost is A47
each for a 2-1/2 hour tour.
Reservations are required.
Space is limited to 12 partici-
pants. For more information
call (772) 234-3436.
Indian River Citrus Muse-
um,tells the story, and pre-
serves the artifacts, photo-
graphs and memorabilia of
the pioneers who established
the most distinguished citrus
fruit in the world. Open Tues-
day through' Friday 10 a.m.-4
p.m., in the Heritage Center,
2140 14th Ave., Vero Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 770-2263.
McKee Botanical Garden
is an 18-acre botanical garden
listed on the National Register
of Historic Places. and


endorsed by The Garden Con-
servancy. This lush Florida
hammock offers a diverse
botanical collection, as well as
several restored architectural
treasures, the Hall of Giants
and Spanish Kitchen. Self-
guided tours are available
Tuesday through Saturday
from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sun-
day from noon-5 p.m. It is
closed Mondays and major
holidays. Admission is $6 for
adults, $5 for seniors and
$3.50 for children. It is located
at 350 U.S. 1, Vero Beach. It
also has a gift shop, library
and caf6. For more informa-
tion, call (772)'794-0601, or
www.mckeegarden.org.
McLarty Treasure Muse-
um features treasures discov-
ered from ancient Spanish
ships wrecked in 1715, off of
Indian River County's coast.
Open seven days a week from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is
$1 for ages 6 years and older.
Located at 13180 AIA, Vero
Beach, north of County Road
510. For more information,
call (772) 589-2147.
Environmental Learning
Center: An elevated board-
walk creates a trail through a
mangrove forest, a butterfly
garden, native plant garden,
wet labs and more. Also there
will be canoe tours, work-'
shops and other activities. It's
open daily with one-hour
tours offered throughout the
week. There is no admission
charge. Visitors can also see
the Florida cracker-style home
of poet Laura Riding Jackson
on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to
noon. The Center is located at
255 Live Oak Drive, Vero
Beach, south of the Wabasso
Bridge. For more information
call (772) 589-5050, or visit
www.elcweb.org.


ORCA: Enjoy the Oslo
Riverfront Conservation Area,
350 acres along the Indian
River Lagoon in southern Indi-
an River County. The trail sys-
tem takes you through a vari-
ety of distinct natural
communities. A canopy of live
oaks, orchids, wild coffee
bushes,. mangrove' wetlands
and wildlife are part of the
experience. There is a bird
watching observation plat-
form and tower and the "Awe-
some Pine," the largest slash
pine tree in the world. Park is
open daily from dawn to
dusk, with weekly and
monthly-guided nature walks.
There is no admission charge.
For more information, call
(772) 778-7200, Ext. 173.
St. Sebastian River Buffer
Preserve: Hiking, jogging,
walking and nature study are
permitted throughout the pre-
serve, except in areas posted
as closed or restricted. Access
point is off County Road 512,
just west of Sebastian Middle
School. The preserve is open
for daily use only, except for
overnight camping by permit.,
Horseback riding is allowed
on Wednesday. Contact the
Preserve Office to make
camping reservations and
obtain a permit at (321) 953-
5004.
Environmental Viewing
Area gives a close-up view of
manatees and other wildlife
during the winter months.
Limited' parking is available;
see signage. It is west of the
Vero Beach Municipal Power
Plant on Indian River Boule-
vard, near the 17th Street
Bridge, in Vero Beach.


Out
From page B8
the Vero Beach Opera at
(772) 569-6993 or visit
www.verobeachopera.org.
Riverside Children's The-
atre auditions for upcoming
productions -will continue
.through April 2009. For a
schedule of productions, audi-
tion dates and other informa-
tion, call (772) 234-8052 or
visit online at www.river-
sidetheatre.com.

ART GALLERIES

ArtsMojo Gallery and
Showroom, 8802 North U.S.
1, in the Wabasso Plaza just
north of CR 510. (772) 589-
5454.
Artists Guild Gallery, 44
Royal Palm Pointe, Vero
Beach. Hours: 11 a.m,-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, Saturday. 11
a.m.-3 p.m. Call (772) 299-
1234 or visit artists-
guildgalleryverobeach.com for
- upcoming events.
The Gallery at Windsor,
10680 Belvedere Square, Vero,
Beach. By appointment only.
(772) 388-4071
Gallery 14, 1911 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach. (772) 562-5525.
The gallery is presenting "Fab-
ulous February," with works by
noted sculptor Cathy Ferrell
and New York fashion illustra-
tor/designer/artist Audrey
Schilt, beginning Feb. 2-28.
Ms. Ferrell's show, entitled.
"Florida Calling: Sea, Sky and
Land sculpture by Cathy Fer-
rell," will feature Florida's
abundant seal life. Ms. Schilt
served as Ralph Lauren's con-


ceptual artist for 22 years and
included fashion designs for
many celebrities' dresses. Her
show will give an inside look
into the world of a renowned
fashion designer.
The Laughing Dog Gallery,
2910 Cardinal Drive, Vero
Beach. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Saturday. (772) 234-
6711
Lin Roller Menard Gallery,
2919 Cardinal Drive, Vero
Beach. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon-
day-Friday. (772) 231-5050
Tiger Lily Art Studios and
Gallery, 1903 14th Ave., Vero
Beach. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday. (772) 778-3443
The Garden of Art, 8905
U.S. 1, Sebastian. Hours:
Monday through Saturday, 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. (772) 589-
7889.

BARS AND CLUBS

Bodega Blue, 2115 14th
Ave., Vero Beach.
Clubhouse Bar and Grill,
4000 Atlantic Blvd., Vero
Beach. Ladies night on
Wednesday, karaoke on Fri-
days. Join us for poker on.


Thursdays and Sundays. (772)
794-0011
Earl's Hideaway Lounge
and Tiki Bar, 1405 Indian
River Drive, Sebastian. Live
Delta Blues music Tuesday
nights by Ernie Southern.
(772) 589-5700, (772) 388-
2597 or online www.earl-
shideaway.com.
Kelley's Irish Pub, 484
21st St., B, Vero Beach, pres-
ents a Friday night sing-along
in the piano bar. (772) 567-
3838
Long Branch Saloon, 2199
Seventh Ave., Vero Beach.
Karaoke at 8:30 p.m. on Sun-
day, Monday and Wednesday.
Live music on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. Live DJ on Tues-
day night. (772)-569-40'75
Riverside Cafe, 1 Beach-
land Blvd., Vero Beach, Live
entertainment. (772) 234-
5550
.Undertow, 1931 Old Dixie
Highway, Vero Beach, presents
live music on weekends. For
more information on upcom-.
ing performances, visit restau-
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VERO BEACH -When
talking about his boys
basketball team, it's easy
for head coach Chuck
Loewendick to get a little
defensive.
That's just the way his
teams play.
"Overall, we've been
very good," Loewendick
said. "Sometimes it just
depends on who we're
playing."
While the Indians have
displayed the type of
tenacity on defense that
has become a staple of
Loewendick's 21-year
tenure, three games stick
out in particular this
season.
In December, Vero
Beach played Port Char-
lotte and put on a defen-
sive clinic, limiting their
opponents to seven
points. The Indians scored
52.
On Jan. 13, Vero Beach
held a 39-18 halftime lead
before cruising to a 72-32
win over District 6-6A foe
Eau Gallie. After surren-
dering 11 points in the
first quarter, the Indians'
stifling defense held Eau
Gallie to seven points in
each of the final three
frames.
"It was a great effort,"
Loewendick said.
Vero Beach followed that
up with another historic-
making effort the follow-
ing night. Taking on a
good Port St. Lucie team,
the Indians held the
Jaguars to their lowest
offensive output in the
school's 20-year history in
a 66-18 win.
It was the fifth time this
season that Vero Beach
had allowed less than 40
points and moved the


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Vero Beach High School's Shemiye'McLendon takes it to
the basket during practice last Thursday afternoon.


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"Coming into this
season, I had no real
expectations (offensively)
because we only had one
player back with a lot of
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Offense
From page B10
that best describes the
play of Shemiye McLen-
don would be an exclama-
tion point. The senior has
established himself as one
of the top players in the
area over his three seasons
on varsity.
"I think he's the best
player on the Treasure
Coast," Loewendick said.
"He's come a long way.
"He has over 1,000
points in his career. He's
really developed into an
all-around game."
From the outset of the
season, McLendon's play
on the court support
Loewendick's sentiments.
The 17-year-old helped
Vero Beach move to 2-0
with a stellar performance
against St. LucieWest
Centennial.
McLendbn scored a
game-high 25 points,
nailing three 3-pointers
and going 10-for-10 from
the free-throw line.
Against Eau Gallie, he
again topped all scorers
with 31, almost half of
which came from.3-point


range. McLendon also
added six assists and five
rebounds.
"He's really shown great
leadership," Loewendick
said. "He's really grown as
a player."
McLendon credits his
improvement to his coach
and teammates.
"It's been great," McLen-
don said. "I knew we had a
young team and that we
wanted to come out and
win as many games as we
could.
"We've picked it up a lot
and done a lot better
defensively."
Although Vero Beach
won their most recent
game agianst Palm Bay,
Loewendick feels the
Indians are even better
than their 13-6 record
indicates. A fact he hopes
will play out as the district
tournament approaches.
"We've lost four games
by two points," Loewen-
dick said. "We've been in
every game.
"I'm extremely happy
with the improvement
we've made. We've gotten
better as the season has
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Ready, set, shuffle


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Vero Beach resident Sherri Weese shows off her style dur-
ing the Vero Beach open shuffleboard tournament last
Thursday. Professional and amateur teams gathered at
the downtown shuffleboard courts for the annual tourna-
ment. The next tournament will be Feb. 19-21. For more
information call (772) 299-7351.


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Vero Beach Shuffleboard Club president Pat Kester
endures the cold temperatures as he shoots late in the
match.


Receptionist named employee of the year


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST Katherine
Fryer, a receptionist for United for
Families, was awarded the United for
Families Employee of the Year on Dec.
12 during the organization's annual
holiday luncheon.
"Katherine is the first contact the
community has with United for Fami-
lies," said Christine Demetriades
United for Families chief executive
officer. "I only hear wonderful things'
about her calm, caring and profes-


sional.manner when people seeking
help call us."
"She is dedicated to children, and
she volunteers to work every United
for Families event," Ms. Demetriades
said. "She is simply a Wonderful per-
son, and I am so happy she was recog-
nized for her many fine qualities."
Ms. Fryer began working for United
for Families in April 2007. Before that,
she worked for Treasure Coast Hos-
pice as a secretary receptionist.
"I was totally surprised and so
proud," said'Ms. Fryer. "I'm just doing
the job that I normally do. I had no


idea how much people appreciated
it."
Ms. Fryer received a gift basket and
two complimentary tickets to United
for Families' annual gala, Le. Bal
Masque.
United for Families is the, commu-
nity-based 'care agency that coordi-
nates and oversees child-welfare serv-
ices in St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River
and Okeechobee counties.
For more information, or to con-
tribute, call (772) 398-2920 Ext. 298, or
visitwww.unitedforfamilies.org.


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Photo courtesy of Sam Baita
Jeff Copeland, district manager of Publix Supermarkets,
presents a $25,000 check to Indian River Habitat for
Humanity president Ahdy Bowler on behalf of Publix
charities.


Photo courtesy of Indian River Estates
Members of the Indian River Estates cabinet are aiming to help build a new WillowBrooke Court facility to replace the current skilled nursing
structure. The nonprofit retirement community is home to more than 800 older adults, and offers independent villas, apartments, assisted living
and long-term care. '



Residents aim for new facility


For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY- Led by Cynthia
Kinsella, individuals from Indian River Estates,
East and West comprise the cabinet for the
resident-driven portion of a capital campaign
for a newWillowBrooke Court, which will
replace the current skilled nursing structure


located on the Vero campus.
"We are extremely honored and excited to
participate in this very worthwhile project that
will have a huge and lasting impact on our
residents as well as on many generations to
come," said Dr. Kinsella, cabinet chairwoman.
Prior to moving to.Florida, Dr. Kinsella served as
director of nursing at both Bellevue and Mount
Sinai Hospitals in New York. Dr. Kinsella has


served on numerous hospital boards as a
chairwoman and trustee and continues as an
active member of the Governor's Council on
Excellence in Long Term Care.
This nonprofit, fully accredited continuing care
retirement community is home to more than
800 older adults age 62 and beyond, and offers
independent villas, apartments; assisted living
and long-term care.


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INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY McKee Botanical
Garden is hosting a
moonlight stroll along
garden pathways, fol-
lowed by a candlelight
dinner for two at Chelsea's
at the gardens. McKee.
Frabel's "Reflections of
Glass on Water" exhibit
will be illuminated.
On Feb. 14, Chelsea's at
McKee is offering a spe-
cial Valentine's Day menu
that includes a compli-
mentary glass of wine, for
$95 per couple.
For those who wish to
walk through the garden,
evening stroll hours are 6-
8 p.m. and regular general
admission fees will apply
($7/adults, $6/seniors
members free).
For more information,
call (772) 794-0601 or visit
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New golf equipment



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t's the most wonderful
time of the year! The
moment that we writers
wait for all year long is
upon us. Yes, I know it's
only January, but I've beep
waiting since this past
January.
While you're enjoying
that steaming cup of coffee
this morning, I am off in
Orlando toiling away at the
2009 PGA Merchandise
Show. As you relax in the
comfort of your own home,
or the 19th hole after a
pleasant round, I am
working. Yes, I said Aork-
ing.
I'm marching up and
down aisles of golf equip-
ment, accessories, balls,
apparel and much, much
more. I'm hitting and
testing all kinds of clubs
and trying out teaching
aides in a tiring effort to
find the best of these items
and report my findings to
you.
Held in the Orange
County Convention Center
each January, the mer-
chandise show takes up
every square inch of the
Center's 1 million-plus
square feet of floor space.
More than 10 miles of
carpet are laid out to form
the aisles between
exhibitors.
This, with the economy
in its current state, could
be a tad lean. Usually I
have invites from several
manufacturers to come to
parties and dinners or
media outings. This year,
I'm still waiting.
Fortunately, Tour Edge is
again kicking off theweek
with a multi-media golf
day.
For the past several
years, my friends at Tour
Edge have field a golf
outing and demo.day the
day before the show starts.
It alloWs us to play a little
golf, test out some great
equipment, enjoy'some'
fine food and drink arid set
a wonderful mood for the
rest of the week. It's always
been a great way to kick
things off.
Last year's big news was
adjustability. Several
companies introduced
drivers that allowed golfers
to switch out shafts in an
effort to find the perfect
one or adjust for condi-
tions before play. I don't
think it came close to
catching on, mostly thanks
to the steep initial cost.
One item that seems to
be getting some early hype
this year has been GPS.
There are now several
companies that have a line
of hand-held units that use
global positioning satellites
to give golfers accurate
yardages to an assortment
of targets on the course.
Ping returns after a long
hiatus to celebrate its 50th
birthday at the show. The
company will introduce
several new 50th anniver-


or even still around. With
GOLF times as tough as they are,
JM FS the little guys tend to get
JAMES hurt the fastest. I hope that
STAMMER many of the friends I have
made over the years are
here this week.
Every year I find many
sary-themed products, items that our local shops
including a new putter that or golfers would miss if not
copies the original Al that for my tireless efforts. I
started the company consider it my calling and
While Taylor Made will duty to find those and
not be on the show floor, report back to you.
they are planning a Please, hold the.
cocktail party across the applause. There is no need
street and will unveil the to thank me. I do all of this
2009 lineup to us there. because of the deep love in
With regard to apparel, my heart for our game.
the use of moisture Sometimes, one must
wicking materials and make sacrifices for the
breathable fabrics will good of the sport and the
continue to dominate. The needs of his fans. Stay
best news for us is that the tuned over.the next few
technology has become weeks as I fill you in on all
less expensive to use and the latest and greatest for
more available, making \2009.
these items more afford- Now if you'll excuse me, I
able. The hot fabric this really must to get back to
year looks to be made of work. Dang, my cigar went
coconut or bamboo. out! Where did I set my ice-
Golf bags are becoming cold beer? Hey, who turned
lighter and easier to carry down the thermostat on
than ever before. For those the hot tub? Is it just me, or
wishing to walk without is the picture on that 50-
carrying, an ,entirely new inch television a little too
generation of pull and sharp? Hello, room service?


push carts is h er e.
For those who wish to
play in the rain, there are
even completely water-
proof bags this year.
What could be most
interesting is seeing just
how many of the smaller
companies are exhibiting


James Stammer has been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night.
Golf Show on WPSL 1590-
AM radio station. Contact
him at
jstammer@yahoo.com.


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VERO BEACH "King of
the Court" men's doubles
tennis tournament will be
held at Riverside Racquet
Complex at noon on Feb.
21. Check in is at 11:30 a.m.
Pre-registration applica-
tions are mandatory and
are due Feb. 18.
The first 12 teams to
register will be in the
tournament. There is room
available, so secure your
spot now and sign up. The
fee is $10 per person.
Applications can be
picked up at Leisure Square
(3705 16th St.), Vero Beach
Community Center (2266
14th Ave,) and Riverside
Racquet Complex Tennis
Pro-Shop at Riverside Park
(350 Dahlia Lane).
There will be prizes for
the winners. Those having
trouble finding a partner
can call the complex.


The mixed doubles
tennis tournament will be
held March 21 and an
adult/junior tennis tourna-
ment on April 18.


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about the tennis tourna-
ments or sponsoring an
event, contact (772) 231- -
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2010 seasonal rental 772-468-2333 Special $350 Moves you Call Tom 863-983-8064 Vii
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Sport Trax 4 wheeler, low MPG, Good tires, strong Flatbed Service. ful
miles, very clean, looks & engine. Runs great. Cars Boats, 5th wheels, einw
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nclo|aded, al1$7,850g original, Oextra <.' w/h, queen bed, tow bar,
AMC GREMLIN 1977 nice 7,850o Bc $23,000 615-957-2906
Great shape, auto, A/C. 7 Vr .__ see photos online at
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Black 4800 miles Like loaded. Good condition. BACKHOE 780 Case.
new $37,000. $1500 Call772-778-2480 1973 Runs good. No IN THE CIRCUIT
772-713-3027 CEVY I L breaks. Big machine. Will COURT FOR INDIAN
772-713-3027CHEVYIMPALA2002 get the'job done. $8,900 RIVER COUNTY,
OLDSTORONADO sedan 3.4L V-6 engine 863-763-2692 FLORIDA
Brougham 1977, 68k mi. automatic. 31K miles. All PROBATE DIVISION
Orig. owner.'77-06. White power. Like new $6500 H, File No. P2008-0670
w/red interior. Orig. inv. & 772-342-7506 IN RE: ESTATE OF IN
window sticker. $6,500 ANNETTE M. SIANA, DI
OBO (828) 442-7540. MERCEDES SLK350 HARLEY DAVIDSON Deceased., Di
O o e 2005 hard top cony, Anniversary Read King,' NOTI.ETO
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72 Cutlass Supreme asking $23,995 OBO Customized $15,000 The administration of the TI
factory air. Original owner 772-979-0935 772-473-7364 estate of ANNETTE M. es
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ext, cloth interior. V-6. 100 Ann. edition, 15K mi. security number is in
Excellent condition. Black Asking $6500 xxx-xx-1228, is pending
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Trans Am 2002. MITSUBISHI GT Spyder HRE nHERITAGE Indian River County, th
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one made. 2,780 miles, roon, loaded! 18,895, Springer 2003 Aniv the address of which is Bi
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(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
Is January 30, 2009.
Personal Representative:
LOUIS J. SIANA
944 Crestmont Road
Bryn Mawr,. PA 19010
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Shannon Banitt
Florida Bar No. 17792
Rossway Moore & Taylor
5070 N. Highway A1A,
Suite 200, Vero Beach,
Florida '32963 Telephone:
(772) 231-4440
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800-082 P3-0466 I
IN THE CIRCUIT,
COURT FOR INDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
S FLORIDA .
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: P2008-0682
N RE: ESTATE OF
ANA MYLENE COX.
eceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
he administration of the
state of DANA MYLENE
OX f/k/a DANA M. DAY,
ceased, File Number
2008-0682, is pending
the Circuit, Court for
dian River County,
orida; Probate Division,
e address of which is
O Box 1028, Vero
each, FL 32960. The
times and addresses of
e personal
presentative and the
personal representative's
torney are,. set forth
eloew.
LL INTERESTED
ERSONS ARE
OTIFIED THAT: ,
ecedent and other
ersqns having claims or
amends against
ecedent estate,
eluding unmatured,
contingent or
nliquidated claims, on
hom a copy of this
notice is served must file
eir claims with the this
ourt WITHIN THE
ATER OF THREE
ONTHS AFTER THE
ATE OF THE FIRST
UBLICATION OF THIS
OTICE OR THIRTY
AYS AFTER THE
ATE OF SERVICE OF
COPY OF THIS
OTICE ON THEM.
II creditors of the
ecedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against the
ecedent's estate
eluding unmatured,
ontingent or
nliquidated claims, must
e their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
ATE OF THE FIRST
UBLICATION OF THIS
OTICE.
LL CLAIMS NOT SO
ILED WILL BE
OREVER BARRED.
he date of the first
publication of this Notice
January 23, 2009.
ersonal Representative:
ICKEY G. COX
20 Bellamy Trail
ebastian, FL 32958
attorney f6r Personal
epresentative:
ARRYL J. JAOOBS,
SQ.
935 32nd Ave.
ero Beach, FL 32960
72-562-7979
lorida Bar No. 0874401
ub: January 23, &
anuary 30, 2009

LEGAL
NOTICES
Due in our
office Monday
at Noon
for Friday
Publication
1-800-823-0466


GB Pursuit, 35' '05, class
'A, Ford V-10, dual slides,
18K/mi., extras, extw,
non smoker, $51,000
/OBO. 321-768-6403
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR INDIAN
RIVER COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Fila No. P2009-0026
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DONALD MCCLOUD
JACKSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Donald
McCloud Jackson,
deceased, whose date of
death was December 29,
2008, is pending, in the
Circuit Court fdr Indian
River County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 2000
16th Avenue, Vero
Beach, Florida 32960 or
P.O. Box 1028, Vero
Beach, Florida 32961.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 'DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON,
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION 'OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this notice
is January 30, 2009.
Personal Representative:
Debra Lynn Harrick
435 38th Square, SW
Vero Beach, Florida
32968
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Marie S. Conforti, Esq.
Attorney for Debra Lynn
Harrick
Florida Bar No. 22436
Univest Building
2770 Indian River Blvd,
Suite 310
Vero Beach, FL
32960-4297 Telephone:
(772) 257-0421
ax: (772) 569-9303
Pub: January 30, &
February 6, 2009


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cul-de-sac. WID tile
thru-out. Screen Porch,
Catalina Oaks. $900/mo.
1st mo + sec No
smoking. Pets under 20
Ibs OK 561-801-5928
VERO BEACH Furnished
or unfurnished 2- br
cottage totally refurbished
in a great location for
shopping & 5 mins, to
beach. Includes W/D,
great backyard & total
privacy. Water, lawn
, maint & trash pick-up inc.
It's a clean, fresh as new
or real. Must see. No pets
or smokers. $895. Call
772-559-5755


VERO BEACH- Furn.
efficiency, conv located to
all shopping & 5 mins to
beach. Inc. W/D & all
utilities. It's a rare must
see. Great backyard w
privacy. $695/mo. Yrly or
seasonal. 772-559-5755
to see or for info. No pets
or smokers,



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townhouse, section 8 ok.
fresh paint, small pets ok,
$645/mo. 954-224-0622
or 772-882-0338


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Mint cond. Prime US Hwy
1 location. 4,000sf, land-
mark corner. 2.5ac.
Lease $8.00/sqft or sale
$799K. 4mo Free Rent.
772-489-0180
VERO BEACH Retail
Spaces Avail. 450-800sf.
Prime Location US Hwy 1
Est. center. 2mo. Free
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.
P-2009-0010
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GREGORY W.
SULLIVAN, Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of GREGORY W.
SULLIVAN, deceased,
File Number
P-2009-0010, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Indian River County,
Florida, Probate Division,
Sthe address of which is
P.O. .Box 1028 Vero
Beach, Florida 32961.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a -copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM. '
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF. FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITH BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
'THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this notice is
January 23, 2009.
Personal Representative:
JUDITH A. SULLIVAN
5250 E. Harbor Village
)Drive, Unit 201
Vero Beach, FL 32967
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
William N. Kirk, Esq.
Gould Cooksey Fennell,
PA.
979 Beachland Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Florida Bar No. 0619531
Pub: January 23, &
January 30, 2009
LEGAL
NOTICES
Due in our
office Monday
at Noon
for Friday
Publication
1-800-823-0466


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1995. Good gas mileage
Exc. Transmission &
motor. $750. Call
772-564-0171 Iv mess


DODGE RAM 1988
D-150 Longleed with cap.
V-8, 5.2 liter. Red, good
condition. i $1000/obo






IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.
P-2009-0014
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN H. SUTHERLAND,
JR., Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the
Estate of JOHN H.
SUTHERLAND, JR.,
deceased, File Number
.P-2009-0014, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Indian River County,
Florida,. Probate Division,
the address of which is
P.O. Box 1028 Vero
Beach, Florida 32961.
The names and
addresses of the
personal representative
and the personal
representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All .creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate or
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A, COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM. .
All other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITH BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. The
date of first publication of
this notice is
January 23, 2009.
Co Personal
Representatives:
MARDELLE E.
SUTHERLAND
4573 Alder Drive
Port Orange, FL 32127
NORTHERN TRUST,
N.A.
BY: JUDIE BEAUMONT,
Vice President
755 Beachland
Boulevard, Vero Beach,
FL 32963
Attorney for Co-Personal
Representatives:
William N. Kirk, Esq.
Gould Cooksey Fennell,
PA.
979 Beachland Blvd.
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Florida Bar No. 0619531
Pub: January 23, &
January 30, 2009


FORD WINDSTAR LX
'03 Safety rated #1,
47K.mi., Excellent Condi-
tion. Only $6,999.
321-505-2258


WELLS CARGO 2005
Trailer 6'-x 4',-Ver.y..good
condition. $800 cell 772-
538-0959 or 772-567-9400






The Indian River County
Hospital District will hold
a Chairman's Meeting on
Tuesday, February 3,
2009 at 9:00 a.m. in the
Vero Medical Suite Bldg.,
Suite 203, 1155 35th
Lane, Verb Beach, FL
32960. The public is
invited. If a person
decides to appeal ,any
matter discussed at these
public meetings, he or
she will need a record of -
the proceedings, and for
such purpose, he or she
may need to insure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings is made,
which record includes the
testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is
to be based. Pub:
January 30, 2009


LEGAL NOTICE: On
Monday February 16,
2009, at 9:30 a.m.', the
following vehicles will be
sold at public auction to,
pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
One (1) 1993 Niss VIN#
1N4EB32AOPC706391
Mike's Wrecker Vero
Pub: January 30, 2009
LEGAL NOTICE: On
Tuesday February 10,
2009, at .9:30 a.m., the
following vehicles will be
sold at public auction to
pay for towing/storage
owing against them:
One (1) 1995 Strn VIN#
1G8ZG528XSZ365359
Old Dixie Highway -
Jerry's Wrecker-Vero
Pub: January 30, 2009
Notice of Public Sale,
Notice is hereby given
that on 2/15/2009 10:30
am the following vehicles
will be sold for towing &
storage charges pursuant
to F.S. 713.78.
1990 NISS
JN1RZ26A4LX009548
1994 MITS
JA4MR51M7RJ006577
2001 CADI
1G6KD54Y81U208344
ALL Sales to be held at:
B&D Towing & Mobile
Auto Salvage Inc. 2204
2nd St. SW Vero Beach
FL 32962 772-201-9566 .
Leinor reserves the right
to bid. Pub: Jan. 30, 2009









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