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Don't give up if insects ca ll your garden home pesticides, both natural and synthetic, may help P ageA10F ree health seminarsThe Treasure Coast Wellness Center is offering Free H ealth Seminars to HOA's (home owner associations), gated/retirement communities and other health conscience groups. There are a variety of topics available with no cost or obligation. In formation will be provided about Diabetes and Thyroid problems, weight loss, skin care and other ailments people are dealing with. The Health Seminars will held at club houses. To schedule a free seminar call (772) 781-4044.Reduced cost spay or neuter event The St. Lucie/Indian River County Chapter of the United Humanitarians will be offering a one day S pay/Neuter Event at Dr. Da n' s Animal Clinic, in Ve ro B each, on June 3. This event is open to all Indian River and St. Lucie County pet owners. F or more information contact United Humanitarians at w care4animals@gmail.co m or call (772) 812-5486 or (772) 467-6709.Y outh football registrationR egistration is currently underway for the fall 2013 season for the Sebastian S harks Youth Football and Cheerleading Association. S ign-ups are on Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Barber St r eet Football Complex upstairs above the concession stand. V isit www.sebastiansharks.com for complete details Dancing event a huge success VERO BEACH Ten local star" dancers, matched with ten local dance instructors, dressed in tinsel and glitter, danced with a lot of confidence as they performed their T ango, Cha-cha, Salsa, Charleston and Lindy Hop on the Riverside Stage during D ancing with Vero's Stars on M ay 11. Emceed by broadcasting veteran Hamp Elliot, and judged by the locally talented Lance Sexton, Donna Roberts M itchell and Adam Schnell, the 600 ticket holders were treated to an evening of unparalleled entertainment presented by local non-profit, I ndian River County Healthy S tart Coalition. The end result was just under $200,000 for the agency, whose mission is to guarantee all Indian River Co unty women access to prenatal care and all infants' access to services that promote normal growth and development. The Mirror Ball trophy went to Plastic Surgeon John Sarbak and his instructor Karren W alter. First runner-up was S heriff Deryl Loar and his instructor Patti Rooney; second runner up was CenterINSIDEDid you know your browser can fill out parts of forms for you? Highwaymen paintings, quilts on display this summer at Museum of Art ENTERTAINMENTB1 CO MP UTE THISA6 FOLK ART IN FOCUS AUTOCO MPLETE IN DEXClassifiedB5 Crossword B4 Gardening A10 Horoscopes B4 Obituaries B5 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 V iewpoint A6Up & coming VERO BEACH V ol. 10, No. 38 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 24, 2013 New programs seek to ease veterans' return to civilian life INDIAN RIVER COUNTY After a military service member has served overseas, transitioning back to civilian life can be challenging, and some organizations in Indian River County are hoping to help make those veterans find their footing faster. The Veterans Council of Indian River County announced an outr each program specifically to help ov erseas veterans who are returning home to the U.S. with networking opportunities, said Marty Zickert, president of the Veterans Council. A ccording to the Veterans Council, one million servicemen and women will return from service ov erseas and more than 80,000 are expected to come to Florida. A retired U.S. Air Force veteran himself, Mr. Zickert knows what it is like to come back from service and try to start "normal" life again. The outreach program will help connect veterans with organizations that support veteran's activities, as well as other areas of life, such as education. "M any of these veterans have little if any civilian experience," Mr. Zickert said in a press release. "They have nonetheless volunteered to serve our country, often under extremely dangerous conditions. We have an obligation to make sure they find a proper and productive role in our community. The council feels duty-bound to ensure that takes place. We are asking all community organizations to join us in our efforts." The Indian River County Chamber of Commerce has already begun working toward that goal with the V eterans Council, announcing the creation of a veterans business advisory committee to organize and provide specific business related r esources, including training on how to find a job in the private sector. Fr ee business workshops will beBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com File photoThe Indian River Rowing Club increased their membership to nearly 100 in June 2011 during the annual National L earn How to Row Day at MacWilliam Park. The club brought eight and 10-man sweep boats and anyone who wanted to learn got to go for a ride. The club will be hosting classes again this year at the C-54 Canal.FELLSMERE Traffic in the canal bordering Indian River and Brevard counties is about to be a little jammed. The Indian River Rowing Club will celebrate National Learn to Row Day on June 1 with free rowing lessons for the general public from 8 a.m. to noon at the C-54 Canal in Fellsmere. "Fr om the proper seat to posture to stroke rhythm, the experienced members of the rowing club will help show people what great exercise and what fun rowing as a sport can be," said Alejandrina Micket, club member. Ms. Micket first got involved with the rowing last year at the free learn to ro w day, and has been an enthusiastic participant ever since. While some people train and row to compete, many people join rowing clubs for purely recreational purposes. "I t' s a combination of low-impact exercise and a social activity for me," Ms. Micket said. While some sports require running or other training methods that have a lot of wear and tear on joints, rowing does not, but that doesn't mean it isn't Bus hub to move in June The main transfer point for the county transit system will move to a temporary hub at the Vero Beach Municipal Airport early next month. The free bus system, GoLine, operated by the S enior Resource Association, will be moving the bus transfer hub from its current location in the parking lot adjacent to the old county administration building to Pr o Flite Drive on the airport property. The Pro Flite Drive transfer hub will be a temporary hub until a permanent hub is constructed on 17th Street near the intersection with the r ailroad tracks which should be completed in two years, said Bob Keating, community development director with the county. Mo ving the hub out of its current location has been on the Vero Beach City Council's r adar for several years Free rowing classes offered for a dayBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com Photo courtesy of Paris ProductionsF rom left, the top three winning couples, second runner-up, Chris Bieber and Stefani Conrado; top winners John Sarbak and Karren Walter; and first runner-up Deryl Loar and Patti Rooney. New partnership turns more trash into treasure INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Waste not, want not. That's the motto of Martin County's Solid W aste Division as they announce a partnership with Vero Beach's INEOS New Planet BioEnergy that will turn vegetative waste into energy in the form of bioethanol and renewable power. "Martin County is committed to being as sustainable and environmental as possible through innovative programs and partnerships like this one," said Pat Yancey, Martin County solid waste administrator. "Using a product that would otherwise be at the end of its life-cycle to create clean energy in this form is remarkable. We're happy to divert this waste to INEOS BioEnergy Center and be part of this world-changing facility that's right here on the Treasure Coast." As of April 1, the vegetative waste that is collected through the county's residential curbside program and delivered by commercial contractors to the Martin County Transfer Facility will be sent to the Indian River BioEnergy Center in Vero Beach. Ma r tin County produces an annual average of 49,000 tons of vegetative waste which will then be converted to 1 million gallons of bioethanol and r enewable power. An exciting new partnership turns the vegetative waste into energy in the form of bioethanol and renewable power. By providing its vegetative waste to the BioEnergy Center, Martin County is doing its part to "think globally and act locally." Converting this waste into clean, renewable energy helps America to achieve more sustainable energy independence.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee D ANCING, A2 By Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee ROWING, A3 See BU S, A3 See RETURN, A7 See TRASH, A7 WEEKEND WEATHERF riday: Par tly cloudy; high: 86; low: 66; high tide: 8:12 a.m.; low tide: 2:15 p.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy; high: 86; low: 68; high tide: 9:05 a.m.; low tide: 3:06 p.m. Sunday: Pa r tly cloudy; high: 84; low: 68; high tide: 9:57 a.m.; low tide: 3:59 p.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com 0672822013INSIDE THIS EDITION! HURRICANE SURVIVAL GUIDE FIG HTING PE STS

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S tate Banker Chris Bieber and his instructor Stefani C onrado. H ighest fundraiser was J ohn Sarbak with a total of ov er $36,000 raised. Best dancer was a tie between A ce Hardware Owner John T almadge and his instructor Amy Trammell and Blondies on Ocean Owner Trish Hickey-Reid and her instructor T om Isola. The other dancing couples included Attorney A dam Chrzan with instructor Terry Greene, non-profit volunteer Page Curtis and instructor Barry Trammell, I nside Track Almanac Publisher Kerry Firth and instructor Joe Wynes, Real Estate Broker Michelle K antzler with instructor Fr eddy Vega, and former Ma y or Mary Beth McDonald and her instructor Robert Scott. Fo r more information,call I ndian River County Healthy S tart Coalition at (772) 5639118. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Whooping Cough, also known as pertussis (Bordetella pertussis), is a serious illness that could potentially affect anyone. In dian River County H ealth Department has r ecently confirmed two adult cases of pertussis. "T wo cases are significant when you take into account the seriousness of this disease, the ease at which it spreads, and the fact that no cases have been confirmed in our county in three years," said Maureen Feaster, Indian River County Health Department nurse consultant and epidemiology supervisor. Pe r tussis is highly contagious. Control and prevention among adults prevents infection in infants and y oung children, in which it is a serious and potentially lifethreatening disease. Adults with pertussis can suffer complications and require hospitalization. Therefore, proper diagnosis, appropriate treatment and prevention are important. A typical case of pertussis starts with a cough, runny nose, sneezing and a lowgrade fever. After one to two we eks, the coughing becomes more severe. Rapid coughing fits can occur that often end with a whooping sound. N ot all cases are typical, which is why Indian River C ounty Health Department encourages residents to see their doctor if they have had a cough for three weeks or more. Pertussis is spread when infected individuals cough or sneeze while in close contact with others. To protect against pertussis, adults are encouraged to get immunized with the Tdap vaccine. Tdap vaccine provides protection from tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. The Tdap vaccine is especially important for health care professionals and anyone having close contact with a baby younger than twelve months. Even if infants are up to date with their vaccines, they are not y et fully protected from this potentially deadly bacterium. This is why the vaccination of adults with whom they have contact is so important. Pe r tussis signs and symptoms may not always mimic what is considered typical, so take an active role in protecting yourself and get vaccinated. 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strenuous and challenging, said Chris Hochreiter, a rowing club member. "Y ou have to build your endurance and stamina," he said. F irst-time rowers will first have the opportunity to watch a safety video and become acquainted with the boats, or shells, and the rowing techniques on land, Mr. H ochreiter said. "O nce they get better acquainted with everything, they'll get into a boat with experienced rower that very day," Mr. Hochreiter said. Ro wing is one of the oldest O lympic sports, but is seeing a resurgence among younger generations, and in this area that is evidenced by the popularity of the Sebastian River H igh School rowing team, he said. The C-54 canal is actually a popular place for out-ofstate college rowing teams, or crew teams, to come and train during the winter. R ollins Boston College and C olumbia University are just two of the schools that have visited the area to train in the S t. Sebastian River and the I ndian River Lagoon when their home training grounds have been too chilly. M any people think that because college students and high school students enjoy the sport, you have to be young to participate in the sport correctly, but that's not the case, said Ms. Micket. "Y ou can be anywhere from 12 to older than 65 y ears old. You do have to be a little active, but it's a lowimpact sport so anybody can try," she said. A few weeks after the learn to row day, anyone that is interested in pursuing the sport further with the Indian River Rowing Club can sign up for a regular class program and become a member, Ms. Micket said. "J ust give it a try on the Learn to Row Day. It's free so yo u' re not going to lose anything," she said. F or more information on the Indian River Rowing Club,visit www.indianriverro wingclub.com. because of complaints from residents about the impact of the hub. The area around the old county administration building has many older homes, some having received historical designation. The neighborhood is known as Original Town, and several residents have spoken out over the past few years against the hub because of the increased pedestrian traffic, crime and garbage. Ka r en Deigl, president and CEO of S enior Resource Association, said the transition would be complete June 3. The move to the airport is going to be fairly easy to transition because of the close proximity to our current location," Ms. Deigl said. R egular riders are already receiving notice that their bus stops may be a little different, she said. The temporary site was approved for a maximum of 24 months and will include three green bus shelters and portable bathroom facilities. While the bus hub is using Pro Flite Drive, it will not be open to through traffic, Ms. Deigl said. The permanent site off of 17th St r eet near the railroad tracks will be more difficult of a transition, but having a plan of action is a good feeling. "I 'm glad I'm not hub-less anymore," she said with a laugh. F inding a suitable site was difficult, Ms. Deigl said. The property needed to be within a certain area of town to be effective for ridership, a certain size and eligible to receive federal money. The permanent site will have hard r estroom facilities, shelters, a maintenance room and potentially a small office space. The next step is to send out r equests for proposals for project, Ms. Deigl said. F or more about the GoLine transit system,visit www.golineirt.com. In dian River Mall and 93.7 The Breeze have teamed up for the 10th year to present the annual Hurricane Preparedness E xpo and Home Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p. m. on Saturday, June 8 in Vero Beach. 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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The United Way of Indian River County announces the election of three new members to its Board of Di r ectors: Dr. David Becker, J ohn F. Beckert and Alan S. P olackwich Sr. "United Way is honored to welcome each of these outstanding new board members," said Chris Loftus, United Way Board Chair. "Each one brings diverse perspectives, exceptional leadership and philanthropic expertise to the vital work we do." Dr David Becker is a 35y ear resident of Indian River C ounty and current retiree. A clinical cardiologist, his most recent private practice was here in Vero Beach and at the Indian River Medical C enter. Dr. Becker served as U nited Way Board Chairman in 1987-88 and was campaign co-chair in 198889. He's served as a trustee of the Indian River Hospital D istrict, eight years as town councilman and vice mayor of Indian River Shores, and is currently a board director of VNA Hospice of the Treasure Coast. J ohn Beckert comes from C onnecticut with a background in the banking industry. He is currently vice-chairman and secretary of the board of directors of Troy Corporation, treasurer and a director of the Atlantic Classical Orchestra and a director of N avy League of the United S tates Treasure Coast Council 334. Alan Polackwich Sr. is county attorney for Indian River County. He's past executive vice-president and general counsel of Riverside National Bank of F lorida, and partner at Clem, Polackwich, Vocelle & Be r g. Mr. Polackwich has served as chair of the board of governors, United Ways of Florida, chair of the United Way of Indian River C ounty board of directors, U nited Way Campaign cochair, chairman of the Compliance Committee and corporate secretary for Indian River Medical Center board of directors, and chairman and member of numerous other community organizations. He has been awarded the Ralph King Award for his long-term service to United Way. U nited Way Board of Di re ctors Officers for 20132014 are Chris Loftus, chair; R andy Riley, chair-elect; M elissa Medlock, treasurer; Scott Alexander, secretary; and Gerry Thistle, past chair. F or more information,call (772) 567-8900 or visit www.unitedwayirc.org. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The United Way of Indian River County Board of Di r ectors voted to grant $30,000 to the Mental H ealth Association for "stabilization funding" at their Ma rc h 19 meeting. This is in addition to the $80,000 already awarded the organization through the annual U nited Way Community In vestment process for Fiscal Year 2012-13. R epresentatives from the Association presented details on the recent activities of the MHA board and staff while requesting the additional financial support. Ken Felten, MHA vice chairman, led the presentation, providing insights into their developing business plan and giving an ov erview of actions taken by the board since the beginning of the year. A ctions taken include; a financial analysis, including both historical and projected operational costs through the end of the curr ent fiscal year; work begun on a fund development plan; progress on an organizational effectiveness audit; and an external communications plan. "O ur board was impressed with the progress made and exceptional commitment already demonstrated by interim CEO, Robert Brugnoli, and the MHA Board of Directors," said United Way CEO, M ichael Kint. "We are looking forward to a bright future for that organization and, as a result, for mental health services in our community." The United Way Board expressed its thanks for the extraordinary effort the MHA Board is giving in service to this community and voted on the funding in support of the excellent work being done. 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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Ha rv est Food & Outreach Center received a proclamation from Vero Beach City Council on April 2, designating the council's support for the nonprofit organization's community-wide collection day that took place April 6 to benefit the S ummer Read & Feed Program. "W e are joining together with several community partners to gather donations of gently used or new books with a positive message appropriate for grades K-12, healthy shelfstable breakfast, lunch and snack food, sugar-free drinks and school supplies," said A ustin Hunt, CEO/founder of Ha rv est Food & Outreach Center. "We appreciate the Vero B each City Council's endorsement for donations for our summer program that provides children at risk for food insecurity and learning loss during the summer school break with enrichment classes, free tutoring, lunch and an afternoon snack daily. Ha rv est Food & Outreach C enter, founded in 2003 by A ustin and Ginny Hunt in Indian River County, provides a holistic, multi-component approach that provides a hand up to those living at or under the 200 percent federal poverty level. The organization's unique model offers a comprehensive three-tiered approach to lifting people out of poverty through a Hunger Relief Program that includes an Emergency Food Box and Cost Share Grocery Program; a crisis center which together stabilizes people in crisis through counseling and active referrals to services; and education and employment opportunity programs that address the source of the problem and provides long-term solutions to those in need. F or more information about Ha rv est's programs,volunteer opportunities,or how to make a donation visit www.harvestfoodoutreach.org or call (772) 778-3977. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The I ndian River County Multi Agency Cr iminal Enforcement unit has had a busy week wrapping up investigations and making arrests. On May 16, a search warrant on a Ve ro B each house led to the arrest of four people on drug or animal abuse charges. A few days prior in Vero Beach, on May 14, another warrant uncovered a variety of drugs, a hand gun and ammunition and animals that appeared to be neglected. At press time, the primary suspect had not y et been arrested and the investigation was continuing. The May 16 search led to the following arrests. Alphonso Phinizee, 37, of 4830 35th Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with animal cruelty, unlawful confinement or abandonment of a dog and possession of marijuana. He was released from jail after posting an $8,000 bond. Charles Stokes, 26, of 4855 32nd Av e ., Vero Beach, was charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana with the intent to distribute and destruction of evidence. R one Jackson, 35, of 4440 26th Av e ., Vero Beach, was charged with possession of marijuana. J omeka Thomas, 27, 4775 38th Circle, Apt. 206, Vero Beach, was charged with possession of marijuana, but was released from jail after posting a $500 bond. The May 16 search and subsequent arrests stemmed from anonymous complaints that indicated the house, 4565 33rd Ave., Ve ro B each, could have been used for selling drugs. D etectives found three adult pit bulls and one puppy. They were described as being in poor condition and had injuries which county animal control officers noted were consistent with dog fighting, a press release said. The dogs were restrained with heavy chains and did not have access to food or water. Before being taken by animal control, two of the dogs had to be tranquilized because of their aggressive nature. At the house, officers seized 28.5 grams of cocaine, both powder and crack, 205 grams of marijuana and $900 in cash. The May 14 search of the house at 3810 44th Place, Vero Beach, led to the seizure of 15 grams of crack cocaine, 1 gram of powder cocaine, 56 ecstasy, 11 grams of methylone, also known as "Molly," 429 grams of marijuana, a handgun, ammunition and drug paraphernalia. Also found on the property were a total of 12 pit bulls, four adult and eight juveniles that appeared to be malnourished and infested with fleas. An investigation into animal abuse charges will be forthcoming, law enforcement said. A nyone with information regarding the 44th Place case is asked to contact the MACE unit at (772) 9781217.To leave an anonymous tip and be eligible for a reward up to $1,000,contact the Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at (800) 273-8477.Police report Arrests listed were made from May 8 to May 14,2013Fellsmere Police Department Kerry Leitrim Callahan, 38, of 88 N.Orange St., Fellsmere, was charged with five counts of grand theft, unlicensed telemarketing, petty theft and giving a false name while detained. Henry Jeovanny Meraz, 30, of 181 S.Oak St., Fellsmere, was charged with child abuse. Quincy Quan Tran, 47, of 437 Pine St., Sebastian, was charged with possession of cocaine, fleeing and eluding and possession of drug paraphernalia.Sebastian Police Department Dan Michael Cummings, 28, of 116 Keystone Drive, Sebastian, w as charged with grand theft, scheming to defraud, conspiracy to commit theft and petty theft. Anthonie Leon Daniel Mazzolini, 21, of 8416 East 98th Ave., V ero Beach, was charged with sale or delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a store.Indian River County Sheriff's Office Sunil Ghay, 50, of 105 38th Court, Vero Beach, was charged with sale and possession of a controlled substance, synthetic cannabinoid, or spice. Joshua Henry Jordan, 30, of 30 Sunset Drive, Sebastian, was charged with third-degree grand theft and dealing in stolen property. Jennifer Lynn Ratliff, 21, of 11133 Airport Drive, Sebastian, w as charged with being a fugitive from justice. Clinton Lloyd, 34, homeless, V ero Beach, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and a possession of drug paraphernalia. Edward William McElhenny, 50, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and manufacturing methamphetamine. Charles Motherhead, 39, of 542 Drawdy Way, Sebastian, was charged with shooting or throwing a deadly missile and criminal mischief. Gerald George Newman, 49, of 4790 85th Place, Wabasso, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Paul James Richardson, 27, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with conspiring to manuf acturing methamphetamine. Angela Christine Story, 32, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. Clint Brandon Story, 30, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. Cesar Ernesto Solis, 26, of 4141 16th St., Apt.2, Vero Beach, w as charged with possession of b uphrenorphine and a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. Kareen Hakeefe Coleman, 22, of 1850 Woodland Circle, Vero Beach, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of false imprisonment and possession of a firearm, ammunition or electric device by a convicted felon. Charles A.Rodgers, 24, of 3972 Lincon Drive, Vero Beach, w as charged with possession of a controlled substance and driving while license suspended with knowledge. Tarus Gerrod Clark, 32, of 4715 34th Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Heather Lynn Dubey, 25, of 591 13th Place, Vero Beach, was charged with organized scheme to defraud, two counts of petty theft, resisting a merchant and resisting arrest without violence. Robert Vaughn Heath, 19, of 2425 84th Terrace, Vero Beach, w as charged with felony criminal mischief, assaulting a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest without violence. Ashely Lynelle Waddell, 28, of 8756 100th Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and receiving money or goods obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card.Editor's note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law.If you have information about a crime, c all Treasure Coast Crimestoppers at (800) 273-TIPS. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 V ero Beach A5 774359 Enjoy the longest running narrated airboat tour on the Treasure Coast! Capt Bobs unmatched narration has been enjoyed by thousands young and old.THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE TOURPlease visit www.airboatadventuretours.comLic and Ins. US Coast Guard Captain Since 1994Please call for reservations GATORS! BABY BIRDS! FUN!774359 774483V ocelle &Berg, LLP(772) 562-8111www.VocelleBerg.comFORECLOSURE DEFENSE 067288 774509 Detectives discover animal abuse, variety of drugs in houseBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com Summer program receives proclamationF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

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One of the nice features that you may have noticed about your computer is its uncanny ability to remember where y ou've been and what you've typed before. Log into the Internet and type a Web address in the address line of your browser and hit enter. Then, after visiting other w ebsites, go back and start typing that Web address again, and you may notice the address appears in the address pull-down menu. Click on it, and off you go. Or, how about any time y ou've filled out an online form? On Windows, you may get a message the first time y ou enter information online asking, "Would you like to turn on auto complete?" Click "yes," and now the computer will remember everything you type into online forms and present them, when appropriate, in a clickable pull-down menu form. F or instance, let's say you want to order something online. You get to the order form page and start entering y our name shipping address, e-mail address, etc., into the form and, since this your first time ordering anything online, you have to fill out each field manually. You finish filling out the form, place your order and everything's fine. Now, as you surf the Internet, you come to another online form. Perhaps y ou are ordering flowers online or booking travel arrangements to Hawaii. N otice that this order form is asking most, if not all, of the same questions as before. As y ou begin to fill this form out and enter your first name in the first name box, you notice y our name appears as soon as you start typing. Same thing happens when you fill in your last name. Y ou'll notice that all of the fields that you filled in before automatically appear for you so you can just click and press tab to tab to the next field (as long as the fields are named the same as on the W eb page where you first typed). It makes entering the same information a snap, as long as it's turned on and you know that it's happening. What about if you want to clear the history list where y our Web addresses are stored, or what if you've made a mistake on a form and now every time you go to type that same field the incorrect information comes up before the correct data? What do you do then? W ell, the controls for this r emarkable form-remembering feature can be found in the Internet options section of Internet Explorer. Launch Internet Explorer and then go to the "tools" menu. Then click "Internet options." The Internet options page opens with the "general" tab in front. It's on this page where you can set y our start or "home" page, or even clear your cookies or temporary files. Be cautious here though. Deleting your cookies can cause some sites, such as banking or portal sites, to forget who you are and make you sign in all over again. N ext, let's click the "content" tab. Here you will find a section called "personal information." It is in this section where we can turn on or off the auto-complete feature, in case you want to disable it or maybe you told it "no" when it asked and you now want to turn it on. Click the "auto complete" button and you are presented with a number of options: Y ou can use auto complete with Web addresses, forms, user names and passwords. Y ou can even tell it to ask you if you want to save passwords instead of automatically saving them for you, which is useful if other people use y our computer. M ade a mistake on a form field or two and want to clear them out so you can have it come up correctly? Click the "clear forms" button and all of the form fields that it has r emembered for you will be forgotten. No w, go back to that pesky field that was always coming up misspelled and enter it r ight. Of course, you'll have to enter all of your other form data, but that's easy enough, just enter it as you encounter it and the computer will r emember. T ake a look around at some of the controls you may be surprised at just how much control over your browser y ou actually have. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be reached at (772) 408-0680 or help@ComputeThisOnline.c om (no hyphens).A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!!CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$300, LINDA VINING OF SOUTHDAYTONA! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 065918WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM A night out to help Harvest CenterPhoto courtesy of J2 Public RelationsEnjoying Simon's Mom's Nite Out celebration are volunteers and sponsors including Deborah Toth and Rachel Parsons, first and third from left, of Talbots; Ursula Gunter of Indian River Mall, second from left; and fourth from left to right, Karen Franke, Darrin Arriens and Miguel Santiesteban, of Treasure & Space Coast Radio. See story, page A7. As storm season approachesOnce again it is hurricane season and little, if any, work has been completed on the storm ditches. Why can't some work be completed to help with drainage? A normal rain storm leaves the ditches standing in water, some never dry. If the commissioners are doing their best, maybe it is time for a change in leadership.P ass the tax exemptionThe proposed additional tax exemption for residents ov er 65 years of age, who have resided within the county for 25 years, should be passed, after the 25-year requirement being dropped. I believe this change is justified, because not only do those 65 years of age no longer have children in the school system, they also do not utilize the ball fields, skate parks etc., regardless of how long they have been residents.Stop living off welfareW ell, if living off the welfare system, or should I say, other people's hard work, is so wonderful, then why do these people have to have 2-3 kids? Is it because they go after that "earned" income credit, and for each kid they have, they get more money from the government through food stamp program? Yeah, I see these people all the time. O h, thanks Fort Pierce, for making us the poverty capitol of S t. Lucie County. You do us proud! Oh, did I mention that when I see people walking with all these kids in tow the miserable face their wearing as well? Boy, living off a government welfare system must be just to get by and that's all yo u' re wishing for yourselves. Oh, did I also mention that if yo u' re on welfare you're basically allowing the government to dictate how you live? Hmm, where's the freedom in that? This is supposed to be a free government. Here are ideas go to a country where they rely on a social government and be a parasite there. The U.S. of A. is supposed to be the land of opportunity, but no one said it would be easy. What are the rules?S omeone please correct me if I'm wrong. Does Florida law state that if you have a handicap placard proudly displayed from your rearview mirror, you no longer have to abide by state traffic laws? In bold letters, printed on the top of the blue placard it states Remove Before Driving,' it obstructs your view. In parking lots with huge, one-way arrows, with a handicapped placard, do you now have the right to enter the wrong way because you see an empty handicapped parking spot only 45 feet from the road? Does having the handicapped placard also mean that y ou no longer have to use directional signals or drive at the posted speed limit? I have to know, because I, too, have a handicapped placard, and I keep mine above the visor in my car. Am I using my placard wrong? If I just leave it on my mirror, flapping in the breeze, obstructing my view, can I now not use directional signals, drive the wrong way on one-way streets and go whatever speed I feel comfortable with? P lease does anyone know the answer? D CF needs to get it togetherI have reported abuse to the Department of Children and Families and they are doing nothing about it. They need to do their job and take care of the children. They don't understand the psychological abuse that a child goes through when they are in an abusive home. Nobody seems to care about these innocent children who have to fend for themselves. I hope somebody from the department sees this rant and does something about it.Modern-day depressionI've heard my parents talk about the Great Depression. As a child, I never understood why it was called "great." It never seemed that great. I've heard the stories about food rations. I heard about how it brought communities together. And now I hear that as a country, we are going to pot. Du r ing my childhood, those stories seemed so distant and nothing more than the way things used to be. But now, as I struggle to make ends meet for my own family, I'm r eminded of the times in which many of our grandparents we re ra ised. As we sink into this modern-day depression, I sure wish I would've taken more notice on how my grandparents made ends meet. There seems to be no light at the end of this tunnel. We are faced with decisions such as a gallon of milk or a gallon of gas; cell phone or cable; electricity or rent. Employers are struggling to make payroll. And those still fortunate enough to call themselves employees are struggling to live from one paycheck to another. B ecause we are all aware that the job market is bleak, we dare not complain about wages that are gone as soon as earned. We know that there is somebody more than willing to take the job we are fortunate enough to have. So how does one get ahead? How can we start to feel at ease? When does the comfort in knowing that having a job means having a roof over your family's head return? I don't suppose, we, nor anyone else, knows the answer to that question. But we can't as a community, start turning on each other. We can't start robbing and stealing from someone who is struggling, as well. We have to start doing for each other. A pinch of kindness and a smile can go a long way.Fixing gun lawsYe s, we need to change our gun laws to fit our times. Too many innocent people are getting killed, especially the y oung ones. Right, it's so easy to get a gun in the United States. Then when someone gets hurt or killed, that's when the covenants want to step up to the plate. I know it's our right to bear arms, but there has to be a tighter control. The laws need to be updated to fit our times. Even the Amendments and Constitution of the United States are outdated. Some government officials don't want to change the laws or make stronger laws, because that means they don't get any kickbacks. So many politicians don't follow the laws themselves. But some people who have done serious crimes should have their second amendments rights taken away. The age should be 25 and up to own a weapon. It seems as a nation we don't learn from our past or events at all. Too many lives are lost behind gun control issues. Let go. Government, do your job. Tell if your life or their life is worth that little to not to pass a stronger Gun Control? What price can you put on a life today?Response to stabbingThe stabbing of 14 people on the Lone Star campus demands a commonsense and meaningful response. The pointed end of all knives should be removed and a flat piece of metal permanently attached perpendicularly to the blade. The pointed end of any knife is not needed and serves no culinary purpose, even for trained chefs. Knife-blade lengths should be limited to 10 inches because that is all a household kitchen requires. Prospective knife purchasers need to be screened for cooking abilities and a required need to possess these potential w eapons.What is the human-elephant conflict?When our president says there is no reasonable way to cut the programs or the bureaucracy of government, he brings into question his judgment, if not his sanity. 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The partnership with INEOS New Planet BioEnergy also provides added benefits by eliminating the need to grind vegetative waste at Martin County's Tr ansfer Facility, which increases efficiency and r educes community impact. It is estimated that when the Indian River BioEnergy C enter begins to operate at full production, eight million gallons of advanced cellulosic bioethanol and six megawatts of renewable power will be produced using renewable biomass including yard, vegetative and agricultural wastes. "We're pleased that Martin County has such a strong commitment to the environment and a willingness to embrace advanced technologies in order to find solutions for waste conversion and improving recycling rates on a regional level," said D avid King, site manager and president of INEOS N ew Planet BioEnergy.Tr ashF rom page A1available to returning veterans who have an interest in becoming entrepreneurs r ather than be employed by a company. A volunteer mentor from the advisory committee, as well as a chamber membership will be available to help veterans kickstart their business plan. "W e are excited about the new program and hope in some way we are able to assist veterans returning to I ndian River County. The Chamber has an excellent corps of active volunteers who, I'm sure, will embrace this new initiative," said Bill P enney, chairman of the chamber board of directors, in a press release. "W e have an important obligation to bring these y oung people to the starting line so they can begin their new lives as productively as possible. They have more than earned their rightful place in the community," Mr. Z ickert said. F or more information about the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce, visit www.indianriverchamber.com. City to host camps www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 V ero Beach A7 067201 067313SILVER € PLATINUM € DIAMONDS € ROLEXWe Offer Top Dollar & Pay CASH IMMEDIATELY! Old € New € BrokenWE BUY IT ALL!702 21st Street € Miracle MileWe Are ALocal Business Here Year Round772-563-0668Ve ro Estate Jewelry, Inc.WE BUY GOLD 067307 774437 Mom's Nite Out benefits Harvest Food & Outreach Center INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Hundreds of women turned out for Simon's Mo m' s Nite Out celebration for an evening of fun and relaxation on Thursday evening on May 9. M oms enjoyed an exciting evening filled with food samplings from more than 15 restaurants and dancing demonstrations. In addition, Talbot's presented a fashion show with models comprised of Ha rv est Food and Outr each Center's board members and friends. The nationally celebrated event was held locally at Simon's Indian River M all to celebrate mothers of all ages and to benefit Ha rv est Food & Outreach C enter's programs, which are focused on providing education and employment opportunities for people in the community living at or below the 200 percent of the federal poverty level. The presenting sponsor was Rethink Varicose V eins. Other local sponsors included: 93.7 The Br eeze, Menz & Battista A ttorneys At Law and Seacoast National Bank. Ha rv est Food & Outr each Center, founded in 2003 by Austin and Ginny H unt in Indian River C ounty, provides a holistic, multi-component approach that provides a hand up to those living at or under the 200 percent federal poverty level. The organization's unique model offers a comprehensive three-tiered approach to lifting people out of poverty through a H unger Relief Program that includes an Emergency Food Box and Cost S hare Grocery Program, a Cr isis Center which together, stabilizes people in crisis through counseling and active referrals to services, Education and Employment Opportunity Pr ograms that address the source of the problem and provides long term solutions to those in need. F or more information about Harvest's programs, v olunteer opportunities,or how to make a donation, call (772) 778-3977 or visit www.harvestfoodoutreach.org. F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com VERO BEACH There is r oom available at the Leisure Square Fitness Center Summer Camps and at Riverside R acquet Complex. Leisure Square is located at 3705 16th St. in Vero Beach. C amps include The Aerial Antics Summer Camp, S ports/Aquatics Summer C amp, Summer Mini Cheer C amp and Riverside Racquet C omplex Tennis Camp. All Leisure Square Camps are for ages 7-13 years old. The Aerial Antics Camp trains for the Circus performance at the end of the summer. "Circus de Colores," Aug. 810 at St E dward's Upper School. I nstruction areas include gymnastics, tumbling, circus aerial and dance. The funfilled camp activities include bowling, skating, other fun field trips and an out-of county trip. Lunch is included every day. The Sports /Aquatics camp offers an excellent opportunity for children to learn fundamental skills in a va r iety of sports including football, basketball, tennis and soccer. Weekly trips and activities include bowling, tennis, swimming, Field Day events and an out-of county trip. The fees are $90 a week for city residents. Inquire about early drop-off and pick-up. Camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 4p.m. The Mini Cheer Camp is a fun-filled week learning cheers, chants, jumps, stunts, dances, tumbling and so much more. The children will be preparing for an exhibition at the end of the w eek. Bring a bag lunch, swimsuit and towel every day. Participants must wear sneakers and will receive a free T-shirt. Limited to 50 participants. Fees are $80 city resident and $95 noncity resident. Riverside Racquet Complex is offering three weeks of T ennis Camp. Michele Modica, the Vero Beach High School Coach will be teaching the basic fundamentals of tennis in a fun-filled environment. The camp will include games, tennis lessons and other fun activities. The camp is for ages 6-13. Campers must bring their own tennis r acquets and water bottle. Dr inks and snacks are available for sale inside the pro shop. The tennis camp is a half-day camp from 9 a.m. to noon. Riverside Racquet C omplex is located at 350 D ahlia Lane. The fee is $80 a w eek. For more information, call (772) 231-4787. C all Leisure Square Fitness C enter at (772) 770-6500 for more information or visit www.covb.org and click City D epartments,then click the R ecreation page.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com ReturnF rom page A1 067276

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY There's no time like the present to begin planning for fun adventures for the kids during summer break. Pa r ents need look no further than the Environmental Learning Center's "Summer E cology Adventures." The ELC knows how to make education fun and it's all right outside your back door on Wabasso Island for kids from pre-K to high school ages. Imaginations will be stretched, minds will be broadened and hearts will be lifted as children experience all the bounty that nature has to offer right here on the Treasure Coast. Se ven summer camp programs, now open for enrollment, run for a week or less each from June 10 to July 20 with costs ranging from $60$395. Discounts are available for members. Thanks to the generous support through the Maggy Bowman Scholarship Fund, limited scholarships are also available for eligible students who are qualified for Indian River County School District's free or reduced lunch program. F or the youngest among us, "Little Wonders" day camp for pre-K to kindergarteners will feature four morning sessions each w eek, from June 10 to July 11, on the ELC campus that will introduce them to the unique natural wonders that thrive along the Indian River Lagoon. "Y oung Explorers," designed for campers entering 1st grade, will teach little wonders about the big world that surrounds them addressing a different theme each day from June 10-13 or J uly 17-20 on the ELC campus. These well-rounded adventures include topics from Habitat, to Ants and Ant lions, Pond and Plants and Pollinators. "A W eek on the Water" consists of two sessions, one each specially tailored to the 4th-5th grade and 6th -7th grade levels. There's lagoon explorations, beach excursions, scavenger hunts, snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, team building and even movie time with snacks and a bowling outing all jam packed into five fun-filled days that will bring pre-teens home tired enough to call it a night before their parents are r eady for bed from June 1014. F or the same age groups there are two customized three-day programs during mid-July that are designed to enlighten and amaze all who hop on board the ELC's bus for the "Island Adventure" or "M arine Safari." Island Ad venture, for 4th and 5th graders, features water safety at the North County A quatics Center, a teambuilding scavenger hunt, a look into our past at McLarty Tr easure Museum, a canoe excursion learning the basics of GPS, exploring the B arrier Island Sanctuary and planting mangrove trees at P elican Island National W ildlife Preserve. F or the 6th and 7th graders adventures ensue at many of the same locales with a special outing to Stuart, where explorers will snorkel at Bath Tub Beach and visit Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center to feed sting rays and see game fish up close. All will enjoy playtime at the Sebastian I nlet. Fr om June 23-27, 8th through 12th grade teens can experience "Wild Water," a five day/four night camping adventure with friends that includes dawn to evening outdoor adventures paddling via kayak to many destinations for a new adventure to unfold each day with cookouts and bussing one day to Stuart to explore the unique waters that engulf the briny shores found only in Martin County. The Environmental Learning Center is a nature center located north of Vero Beach off County Road 510 at the w estern end of the Wabasso Br idge. The center is open T uesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Sa turday from 9 a.m. to noon, and on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults with children under 12 are free. The first Saturday of every month the admission fee is waived. The 64acre island campus includes a Discovery Station with aquariums, a marine touch tank, and exhibits as well as a native plant gardens, selfguided audio tour, picnic facilities, a gift shop and a visitor center. ELC is a nonprofit organization funded by private donations. F or more information about Summer Ecology Ad ve ntures,call (772) 5895050 or visit www.DiscoverELC.org. F riday, May 24, 2013 A8 Vero BeachHometown News T AX TIMEAGAIN!553 27th AVE. SW. 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It is a place where caring professionals and state-on-the-art techn ology come together to offer the patient the very best experience while helping them achieve optimum health. A staff of 16 professionals are ready and waiting to meet all the diagnostic imaging needs a patient might have, including two board-certified radiologists, Dr. Joanne Wernicki and Dr. H. Paul Hatten, Jr. In addition, Dr. Hatten also offers additional qu alifications in neuroradiology. Since 1992, Indian River Radiology has offered the highest-quality services, including an open MRI, CAT scan, ultrasounds, diag nostic x-rays, bone density tests and vertebroplasty. Sometimes, an MRI can be a difficult experience for patients who are claustrophobic, in pain or just anxious about having a med ical procedure done. Indian River Radiology strives to keep the patients comfort in mind, and was the first in the area to offer open, high-field MRIs, so the patient will never have that closed-inŽ feeling, making their experience comfortable and convenient. Another advanced technological achievement the practice uses to keep patients at their healthiest is the bone density testing. Using the finest available equipment, the painless test takes only minutes, and the results are available quickly and professionally read. With the expertise and training of the radiologists, patients can expect to see accurate reports in a timely manner. The team h elping the patient is proficient in all radiological subspecialties, including body imaging, nuclear medicine and cardiac services, to make sure that even the m ost difficult cases receive prompt and proper interpretation. Indian River Radiology works to alleviate and reduce pain in their patients with compression back fractures and arthritis using a customized program. One of the pain management treatments offered is called vertebroplasty, where patients with spinal compression fractures obtain pai n relief. This non-surgical procedure involves injecting medical cement into the damaged area and stabilizing the injury, while allowing the patient to con tinue with their normal activities. To make the experience as stress-free as possible, the staff also offers same-day appointments as well as walk-in services. State-of-the-art care, combined with caring professionals, makes Indian River Radiology the quality choice to have your health care concerns diagnosed. Indian River Radiology is located at 1485 37th St., Suite 107 in Vero Beach. They are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday throug h Friday. For more information, call (772) 569-9745 or go online to www.indianriverradiology.net. IF YOU WANT TO SEE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS SPACE,PLEASE CALL 772-465-5656 HEALTHCARE SPOTLIGHT 067214 HEALTHCARE SPOTLIGHT063198Individualized treatment with a personal healing touchWith more than two decades in the healthcare field in Indian River County, Dr.Giorgio G.Res brings his specialized training in three different areas of personal health together in one convenient location Active Lifestyles Wellness and Performance Center.The only known chiropractor in t he area that is also a physical therapist, Dr.Res has been able to offer his unique treatment of musculoskeletal issues in a professional, one-on-one setting f or more than seven years.With his dedicated skills, the center offers physical therapy, chiropractic care and nutritional counseling to clients looking to improv e their well-being and physical health. Dr.Res believes achieving optimum health and maintaining that health is a choice that many want to make, but they're not sure h ow to begin.At Active Lifestyles W ellness and Performance Center, he has established a different experience, unlike a regular doctor's office, where a person mi ght only have a few minutes of the actual doctor's time before having their information handed off to a different person to finish the visit. Dr.Res enjoys spending time with his clients, and takes pride in handling everything personally.He does this by maintaining a l o w-volume practice, which gives the clients the face-to-face time they need to have their questions answered by someone who wants to sit and talk with them, then t ailor the treatment to meet their specific needs.His hands-on methods have proven to be the answer to many clients'healthcare needs. But Dr.Res'practice goes one step further, and also offers nutrition counseling and supplementation.This avenue of wellness hel ps some clients become less dependent on their medicine, while showing others how to optimize their performance in sports and other activities.With a firm belief that the majority of d iseases and some cancers are preventable by just having a good n utritional diet, Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center is the place to learn how you're client can use nutrition to allow the body to heal itself. According to Dr.Res, "the most important thing I give them in this office is knowledge."He strives to not only help clients wit h their issues, but teach them how to stay healthy by offering a series of classes and workshops addressing a multitude of issues from weight loss to detoxification of the body.His certification in s ports and conditioning, in addition to his personal commitment to ex ercise, means that Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center has the sports-specific knowledge necessary to get someone in the best shape of their life. An increased knowledge of nutrition and exercise, combined with a variety of non-surgical treatments for physical ailments, is the wave of the future of healthcare.And it can all be found at Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center. Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center is located at 1715 37th Place in Vero Beach.They are open from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m.M onday through Friday.For more information, call (772) 978-7379 or go online to www.activelifestylesvb.com or www.activevero.com. Enrollment opens for environmental center's summer campsF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The environmentally aware and proactive recycling group, the Green P atrol, assists the community in the proper disposal of trash and recyclables and often volunteers at nonprofit special events. S hawn Frost and the Green Team provided trash/recycling service last month at the Indian River H abitat for Humanity Cr acker Hoedown to help the Hoedown Committee ensure the trash and recyclables generated by the event underwent proper disposal. Du r ing the Hoedown, which took place in the Sun A viation Jet Center hangar, Sh awn Frost and his Green P atrol zipped around on S egway Scooters, ensuring the trash and recycling containers were emptied promptly, never overflowed and the contents properly handled. After the event, Mr. Frost r eported that 81percent of the trash generated by the H oedown had been recycled, the highest totals the Green Patrol has recorded. Later in the month, during Habitat's HabiTrot 5K event, Frost presented a certificate of appreciation to Hoedown Chairman D avid Taylor and Habitat CEO Andy Bowler. H abitat endeavors to practice good environmental stewardship on the jobsite, in its administrative offices and in the Habitat H ome Center, recycling cans and bottles, office paper, newspaper and corr ugated cardboard, as well as any scrap metal and other items the Home Center ReStore is not able to sell. Habitat also offers a deconstruction program, through which building re novation and deconstruction projects can be channeled through the Home C enter for resale. VERO BEACH Epic M issions, a Vero Beach Missions Ministry, was awarded a major grant from the J ohn's Island Foundation of I ndian River County. P aul Munsie, president of E pic Missions, confirmed the award of a brand new Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Pickup truck and commercial John Deere riding mower from the Foundation. The awards represent more than $33,000 in funding provided by the John's I sland Foundation. As part of the 2013 awards process, the board of the foundation and the interviewing committee determined that Epic Missions provides real services that impact the lives of high risk y outh, families in need, hungry and displaced individuals, those temporarily unemployed and individuals in need in Indian River C ounty. E pic Missions has formed a national network of volunteers from around the U.S.A. and Canada that travel to their missions' base in Ve ro Beach, and serve in the community as volunteers for a week at a time. In 2012 alone, more than 12,000 hours of community volunteers came from the teams that Epic Missions hosts on their property in Ve ro B each. This year, Ms. Munsie expects more than 27,000 hours will be invested in personal volunteer hours by their teams in our community. Many of their teams support local ministries with personnel such as Gifford Youth Center, The S ource, Habitat for Humanity, Harvest Food and Outr each, Feed The Lambs and many more. F or more information, visit www.epicmissions.org. Photo courtesy of Sam BaitaGreen Patrol leader Shawn Frost, second from left, presents a Recycling Award to Habitat CEO Andy Bowler and Hoedown Committee Chairman David Taylor, while Habitat mascot Hamilton the Hammer looks on. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 V ero Beach A9 774345 P auls GunsBUY € SELL € TRADE772-581-0640774350LICENSED AND INSUREDMost Popular Models in Stock Most Ammo & Magazines in stock!Open Monday thru Friday 10am to 6pm Saturday 10am to 2pm9090 North US Hwy 1 € Sebastian(1/4 Mile North of Rt 510) P auls GunsCONCEALED WEAPON PERMIT CLASSES GIVEN CALL FOR MORE INFO. PA YMENTPLANSTHRUCARECREDITMOSTPPO INSURANCEPLANSAREACCEPTEDFREESECONDOPINIONCONSULTATIONNo Insurance? 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Sooner or later, you are going to encounter an insect problem that is going to demand some heavy artillery to conquer. There are many options y ou can use for controlling these pests. Some options use highly toxic pesticides, while there are other, more natural, options that might not be as effective, but are much safer for you and the environment. A couple products that come to mind that used to be available several years ago are Dursban and Diazinon. B oth of these products were the staple in years gone by, but if misused, they were extremely toxic. Because of this, they were both pulled from the market to ensure the safety of consumers. These products have been r eplaced with new and less dangerous counterparts. M any of these new products are made with primarily synthetic py r ethroids, which can include chemicals such as D elta Guard, Talsar and T empo. These chemicals are actually refined from a type of chrysanthemum flower, which makes them more of a natural product that is safer for both the consumer and the environment. Ev en when using these products, it is important to follow all label directions carefully. In addition, do not use more then is necessary because excess amounts can cause damage to the envir onment. W ith all the talk of going natural, many people today are using insecticidal soaps. These products offer good control of many soft-bodied pests such as whiteflies, aphids, mealy bugs, caterpillars and spider mites. People like to use these products because they are far less toxic than many other alternatives. One of the main drawbacks of insecticidal soaps is the chemical has to come in direct contact with the insect in order to kill the pest. Once the spray is dry, it is no longer going to be effective against killing the insects. N ew pests that hatch or arrive on your plants after the solution dries will not be killed. Frequent applications of this type of product are needed in order for it to be effective. This product is not effective for hard-bodied critters such as scale. For these types of insects, you need to use a systemic product such as Blondie systemic granules. S ystemic products work from the inside of the plant. The plant actually absorbs the chemical and the plant becomes poisonous to the bugs that try to drain the juices. Tr eating a vegetable garden for insects can be even more of a challenging task because most people do not want to use highly toxic chemicals on plants they are going to consume. One of the most common chemicals used for garden vegetables is S evin dust, which is also called carbaryl. The product can be applied by using a special duster, or you can often buy it in containers that have a duster spout for easy application. Sevin can also be applied to pets to control fleas, but read package directions. P ersonally, I would do this with caution even though the directions state you can safely do this. I have heard of many people using the dust on their carpets and after a few hours, simply vacuum the dust up. It is very effective against fleas. Always use goggles, a mask and gloves when applying this or any insecticide for safety. S ome people even want to go more organic when it comes to using insecticides. There are some home re medies you can mix up y ourself and experiment with. Let's start out with nicotine. You heard right, nicotine can be highly toxic to certain pests such as aphids, whiteflies and leafhoppers. You can go to a specialty nursery supplier and try to find a nicotine concentrate or you can make nicotine tea" by using chewing tobacco and apiece of old stocking. Put a "wad" of tobacco in a piece of nylon stocking and let it steep as y ou would any other tea. 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add a quarter-teaspoon of pure dish detergent to act as a spreader sticker. Another great home r emedy is made from garlic. G arlic spray can be a great pest repellent and can also be sprayed around your yard to deter mosquitoes. Here's how to make the solution. S oak three ounces of minced garlic cloves in about two teaspoons of mineral oil for 24 hours or so. Then add about a pint of water along with a quarter-teaspoon of liquid soap. Strain the concentrate and store in a glass container. As you are r eady to use the concentrate, mix about two tablespoons in a pint or so of water. You can test your mixture to see how well it performs and make adjustments as needed. When you spray y our plants, do so while the sun is not directly on the plants. Spray the plants thoroughly, and always test spray when you are treating sensitive ornamentals to be sure you get no leaf damage. And you thought garlic was only for pizza! J oe Zelenak has more than 30 years experience in gardening and landscape. S end e-mails to hometowngarden@gmail.com or visit his Web site www.hometowngarden.com. It was a sweep for the men and women of B ethune-Cookman U niversity at the 27th PGA M inority Collegiate Golf Championships presented by Br o wn Capital Management held at PGA Village in Po rt S t. Lucie over Mothers' D ay weekend. Do not be fooled into thinking that because it was a sweep for both teams that the task came easy. The final r ound was filled with plenty of drama, including two playoffs. In the Women's Division, B ethune-Cookman captured the title in thrilling fashion. The Wildcats defeated the University of T exas-Pan American on the very first playoff hole to claim their record 10th ov erall title. The two teams finished the three-round championship with a 909 total and headed out to the 18th hole of the Ryder Course for the playoff. All five members of each team played the hole, with each team taking its best four scores. The Lady W ildcats played the hole in 1-under-par, while Texas P an-American finished with a 1-over-par total. The Wildcats were led by individual medalist Andrea Orozco who finished the 54hole event at 4-over-par 220. In third place in the women's division was Chicago State University with a three-day total of 935. The men's division also saw an exciting finish. B ethune-Cookman made up a four-stroke deficit in the final round and slipped past 36-hole leader TexasP an American to win by a single stroke. Alabama State U niversity finished third, 12 shots back. The Wildcat men, who finished the weekend with an 883 total, were led by freshman Ryan Fricker, who carded a final-round 71 on the Wanamaker Course to cap the comeback and finish third in the Division I medalist race. "W e really didn't play well y esterday and almost let the Championship slip away," said Mr. Fricker. "I was happy to help the team today and it felt good to win this championship in my first appearance." F or Bethune-Cookman third-year head coach, PGA Pr ofessional Scooter Clark, it was a stressful, but r ewarding day. "I t was a very long and stressful day out there," said Mr. Clark. "But both teams r eally grinded and I am just thrilled to take home both titles in this incredible tournament. It is really satisfying." T exas Pan-American's K evin Kirakossian carded r ounds of 74-67-71 to capture the Division I medalist honors. The week's best performance came from Kevin Parker of E dward Waters College in J ackson. Parker carded r ounds of 72-67-71, for a 6under-par 54-hole total. In D ivision II, Lincoln U niversity from Jefferson City, Mo., was lead to its fifth overall title by Steven M allow's 4-over-par performance on the weekend. The Blue Tigers beat T exas A&M by 24 shots, with Vi r ginia State coming in third. In the Men's Independent D ivision, Robert Grant of Alabama State University may have won an exciting three-person playoff to earn the title, but it was his final shot in regulation that had the entire Village talking. The English native holedout from 133 yards for an eagle on the 18th hole to get into a playoff with Justin W atkins of the University of C entral Oklahoma and D aniel Inocencio of UNLV. In the playoff, Grant hit his approach to two-feet, made the birdie and captured the title in his first appearance when Watkins and Inocencio each failed to match his score. "I absolutely pured the shot from 133 yards and saw it hit the flag. Then I saw my teammates go crazy and I knew it was in," said Mr. Grant. "And then to hit another great shot in the playoff was just incredible." Alexis Belton of Texas W esleyan closed with a 74 to win the Women's independent Division title by a single stroke over Texas PanAmerican's Samantha Ga r cia. Vi r ginia State's Zach S mith claimed Division II medalist honors, with an even-par 216 total for the championship. Talladega C ollege captured its second title, winning the NAIA D ivision over Edward W aters College. I've been fortunate enough to have covered this wonderful event for the past several years. The competition this year was, by far, the best I have ever seen at this championship. These young men and women are all a great representatives of our sport, their college and community. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. 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FRIDAY, MAY24 Night Sounds at Sebastian Inlet concert series: 7 -9 p.m. at the pavilion on Coconut Point, located on the south side of the inlet, overlooking the water. 23 T reez will perform a mix of reggae, rock, funk and jazz fused together for a beach sound. Regular park entry fees apply. The park information line is (850) 245-2157.SAT URDAY, MAY25 Cast Net Class: 1 p.m. at the Sebastian Fishing Museum on the south side of Sebastian Inlet State Park. Learn to make, repair and throw cast nets. Regular park entry fees apply. Call (850) 245-2157.MONDAY, MAY27 Memorial Day observance at Veterans Memorial Island Sanctuary: Starts promptly at 9 a.m. Main speaker is Colonel T ony Young, USA, Ret. Color guards from local veterans organizations, plus law enforcement and firefighters. Bagpiper Michael Hyde, U.S. Merchant Marine veteran, will be included in the ceremony. Vero Beach High School Band will perform and local Scouts will be distributing water and programs. Attendance at these events on Memorial Island has increased, so it is recommended to bring your own folding chairs and arrive by 8:30 a.m. The public is invited. Handicapped transportation will be provided from the bridge entrance to the island to the ceremony. F or more information, call Colonel Martin Zickert at (772) 569-9533. Memorial Day Service: 11 a.m. at Memorial Park at TREASURE COAST F or the past several weeks, the Black Box Theatre in Fo rt Pierce has been filled with the sounds of music as youth from throughout the Treasure Coast compete for the opportunity to claim a college scholarship from the Fort Pierce Jazz & B lues Society. On May 28, from 7 to 10 p .m., eight talented musicians, who also happen to be graduating seniors from throughout the Treasure C oast, will be honored with coveted $1,000 scholarships in memory of musicians Tom Omans, Louis Sanzaro and Honesto Villasurda, who donated their time and talent to fulfilling the mission of the Fort Pierce Jazz & B lues Society. F ourteen students from S t. Lucie, Martin and Indian River counties have been bringing their talent and their instruments to T uesday evening Jazz Jams and the Sunrise Black Box Theatre, hoping to impress the judges with their talent, pluck, musicianship, ability to improvise and ov er-all impression. S tudents recommended by local band directors and area high schools submitted an essay outlining their qualifications and goals for the future with regard to their music, and each student was welcomed on the stage to perform two songs with the Jazz Society's professional Jazz Ensemble. Led by noted area educator, Al Hager, a panel of J azz Society professional musicians and educators evaluated the applicants. On May 28, the six students who have been selected to receive scholarships will have another chance to perform with the professionals, among whom they hope to number, and will receive a trophy and honorary membership in the Fort Pierce J azz & Blues Society, which has been providing scholPhoto courtesy of Gorilla MagicP addy King, a senior at Jensen Beach High School, is just one of 14 students auditioning for college music scholarships given by Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society.V ero Beach Dr .B radley H.Reiner1800 43rdAv e.Vero Beach € 564-0724067302€ Less Expensive € Little or No Pain € Often Back To Work The Next Day € Easier & Much Less Stress For Patients F E A R F R E E € S T I T C H F R E E € S C A L P E L F R E EL ANAP:LASERASSISTEDNEWATT A CHMENTPR OCEDURECOMPARED TO TRADITIONAL GUM SURGERY OUR NEW LASER OPTION IS: See a video about LANAP on our websitewww.yourcosmeticdentist.com Out & about VERO BEACH A big pink school bus will ride into town next month, bringing a performance by one of the topmost popular children's book characters of the past 20 years. The Junie B. Jones Stupid Smelly B us Tour will make a stop in Vero B each at the Vero Beach Book Center on June 9 as part of a coast-to-coast tour. The fictional, yet popular, six-yearold Junie B. Jones has more than 55 million copies of the 28 books in the short chapter book series available worldwide in more than a dozen languages. The actors playing the series titular character and Mr. Woo, the bus driver, will perform at each stop on the tour. Junie B. will share the contents of her Big Pink Trunk of Junk in a show-and-tell form, said Nicole A cevedo, the actress who will portray J unie B. in the tour. The performance is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. at the children's store at the Vero Beach Book Center. The book center will be undergoing renov ations through the summer, but will be open and a number of authors are scheduled to appear for book signings this summer. "P hilip Johnny Bob" the stuffed elephant will most definitely make an appearance with Junie B., and event participants will also be able to have their book stamped with an official J unie B. Jones stamp, pose for pictures and take home a souvenir. This tour will be the first time Ms. A cevedo has played Junie B., but already she can tell that the wildly popular book series character has made a definite impact on children. "S he educates them on vocabulary words," Ms. Acevedo said. "She's a very sweet and energetic little girl. Sh e' s very smart and always has an idea up her sleeve." B arbara Park authored the series that hasgrown into an early elementary phenomenon, with children clamoring to read the next book as soon as it arrives. To encourage an enthusiasm for and love of reading, this summer will also mark the launch of the brandnew Junie B. Kids' R eading Club, a press release said. M embers will receive a reading log full of activities, Junie B. quotes, and plenty of pages to record their favorite J unie B. moments, as well as a free copy of the first book in the series Junie B. J ones and the Stupid Smelly Bus. O nline at the Junie B. Jones website, Junie B. fans can test their knowledge with trivia games and can enter to win a visit from the Stupid S melly Bus for next year, the press r elease said. F or more information about events and activities at the Vero Beach Book C enter,call (772) 569-2050 or visit www.verobeachbookcenter.com. Summer museum exhibits feature homegrown' art VERO BEACH Florida landscapes and colorful pieces of fabric will adorn the halls of the Vero Beach Museum of Art this summer. T wo exhibitions, "Along the R oad: Paintings of the Highwaymen" and "Visual Systems: The Quilter's Eye," will open in June and run through S eptember, museum administration said. The paintings of the Highwaymen focus on the beauty of natural Florida through landscapes and nature. The paintings have an established history and following in the Tr easure Coast area, as the art style was conceived by two painters inspired by Fort Pierce painter A.E. "Bean" B ackus, said Jay Williams, museum curator. The exhibition will open on J une 29 in the Holmes Gallery, he said. The Highwaymen were a group of young black painters, largely self-taught, who painted tropical Florida scenes, including birds, palms, brilliant red Poinciana trees in the late 1950s through the 1970s and sold their work along U.S. near Fort Pierce, a press r elease said. "'The Highwaymen' was a term coined in the 1990s, the artists never called themselves that," Mr. Williams said. The exhibition will feature the work of several Highwaymen, but mainly the two original artists, Alfred Hair and Ha r old Newton. The young painters lived in a time when it was difficult for them to find a job because of the color of their skin, but found a way to use their talent and earn money, Mr. Williams said. They developed a rapid way of working and producing paintings while keeping the quality high enough to keep their customers happy," he said. There are 26 painters considered in the original Highwaymen group, and one was a woman, Mary Ann Carroll. All of them were inducted into the Florida Department of S tate Artist's Hall of Fame. As of 2012, 18 of the original artists were still alive, a press r elease said. Though on the surface F lorida landscapes and quilts don't seem to have much in common, there actually is a thread, an artistic brushstroke, that ties the two exhibitions together. They are a different kind of medium, but both come out of the folk roots of America," Mr. Williams said. "B oth are art forms that Smelly pink bus is coming to town Junie B. Jones, a beloved children's book character, will come to life at 2 p.m. on June 9 at a special event at the Vero Beach Book Center. The Junie B. Jones Stupid Smelly Bus T our will include a meet n greet with characters from the book, a performance and a book stamping.Photo courtesy of Marcia CirielloBeloved children's character to visit book centerBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.comQuilts,Florida paintings on display By Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com Scholarship winners to be announcedF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee M USEUM, B2 See WINNERS, B3 Ve ro B eachEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013See OUT, B3

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came from the people doing something in the community, from the ground up," he said. "V isual Systems: The Quilter's Eye," which opens June 8, is all about how art can exist in unexpected places and appear in a wide variety of forms, Mr. Williams said. A lot of the craft-type art, such as metal-working, w eaving, pottery or quilting, we re not considered fine art for a very long time, only within the past 50 years have people begun to see those media as art. The exhibition has been selected from the collection of the International Quilt S tudy Center and Museum at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb., and is the largest publicly held quilt collection in the world, a press release said. Though quilts in the 1900s we re usually made for a functional purpose, to decor ate a bed or to keep warm, individuals that made them we re quite creative and artistic in putting together the patterns and colors, Mr. W illiams said. The earliest quilt in the collection is from 1870 and the youngest quilt will be from 1991. The exhibition will include traditional quilts and contemporary variations on traditional patterns and constructed quilts reminiscent of abstract paintings, a press release said. "I t really shows how quilt makers made creative choices to make a beautiful object that can be looked at as art," Mr. Williams said. F or more information about exhibitions and activities at the art museum,call (772) 231-0707 or visit www.verobeachmuseum.org Photo courtesy of the Vero Beach Museum of Art" Along the Road: Paintings of the Highwaymen" will open at the Vero Beach Museum of Art on June 29. More than 70 paintings of Florida scenes painted in the 1950s to 1 97 0s will be on display through September 29. Pictured: "River Road" by Harold Newton in 1954. The piece is part of the collection of Roger and Pattama Lightle. F riday, May 24, 2013 B2 Vero BeachHometown News 067154 Expires 5/31/132050 US HWY 1 Ft. 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Free philanthropic nominations workshop offered INDIAN RIVER COUNTY A free workshop for any I ndian River County nonprofit organization interested in nominating an individual or business for this y ear's National Philanthropy Day will be held on J une 4 at U.S. Trust, 700 B eachland Blvd. in Vero B each. R egistration and coffee will begin at 8:45 a.m., followed by the workshop from 9 to 10 a.m. There is no charge to attend and the workshop is open to all nonprofit organizations. H osted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Indian River Chapter, this annual Nominations Wo r kshop is designed to provide all the information, tips and insights an organization needs to submit a strong nomination. Attendees will hear directly from colleagues and peers who have navigated the process before and are willing to share best practices. A nonprofit does not have to be a member of AFPIR to submit a nominee. T opics to be covered include how to select a nominee, the process for submitting nominations and guidance on completing the nomination form, understanding the importance of the nomination process for the organization, and how nominating a donor or volunteer can help build and enhance relationships. The workshop officially launches the process of honoring individual and corporate philanthropists and dedicated volunteers, r ecognizing those who shape our community each and every day through their generosity and commitment," said Kerry Bartlett, CFRE, NPD nominations committee chairwoman. That process culminates on Nov. 19 during the N ational Philanthropy Day celebration to be held at the Ve ro B each Museum of Art." Wo r kshop registrations may be made online at www.afpindianriver.afpnet.org or on the AFPIR Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/AFPFan. F or questions about the workshop,call (772) 4921407 or email at kerry@ircommunityfoundation.com.Riverview Park. The VFWand the American Legion will host this memorial service. Sebastian Elks Memorial Day Family Picnic: Starts at noon, members and guests are invited. Hamburgers, hotdogs, a dunk tank, shady tents, bounce house, horseshoes, activities for children. Music provided throughout the afternoon by Music by Chuck.' T he Sebastian Elks lodge is located at 731 S Fleming St, Sebastian. Contact the lodge at (772) 589-1516. TUESDAY, MAY 28 Friends of St. Sebastian River meeting: Starts at 7:30 p.m. Alex Gomez of Pure Produce in Micco will give a presentation on the what, why and how of hydroponic gardening at the next meeting of the Friends. The meeting is free and held at the North Indian River County Library, 10 01 Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian. Visit www.fssr.org or call (772) 202-0501. THURSDAY, MAY 30 Free woodcarving demonstration: Joe Miller, president of the Indian River woodcarvers, will demonstrate his work from 1 -3 p.m. at the Sebastian River Art Club Art Center, 1245 Main Street, Sebastian. His work is on display through May 30 at the Art Center, but the show will end with this woodcarving demonstration. Hours are T uesdays, Thursdays and most Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information on Joe Miller, visit www.joemillerwoodcarver.com. F or more information visit www.ArtCenterSRAC.blogspot.com or call (772) 581-8281. Roseland jam session: 25 p.m. at the Roseland Community Center, located at the corner of 129th Avenue and Bay Street. Features local residents who want to keep their musical skills sharp. For more information, call (772) 9 13-2182.FRIDAY, MAY 31 SU NDAY, JUNE 2 20th annual Blue Water Open fishing tournament: Captain's meeting held Friday, May 31 registration at 5 p.m.; meeting at 6 p.m. The tournament itself starts June 1 at 6 a.m. Weigh-in runs from 2-5 p.m. Awards, giveaways and raffles will be held Sunday, June 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Captain Butcher's Marina, 173 0 Indian River Drive, Seba stian. Fo r more information, visit www.bluewateropen.com.SAT URDAY, JUNE 1 SU NDAY, JUNE 2 Treasure Coast Marine Flea Market & Boat Sale: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Indian River Fairgrounds, 7955 58th A ve., Vero Beach. Nautical and marine related merchandise and services, plus art, seafood, fishing supplies, a marine dŽcor area and a shrimp eating contest. Visit www.FLNauticalFleaMarket.com SUNDAY, JUNE 2 IRCHS Dance Showcase 2 01 3: T he Indian River Charter High School presents their annual Dance Showcase at 7:30 p.m. at the Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Center, 1707 16th Street. T ickets are $10 per person and are available at the door. The performance will include classical ballet, lyrical, contemporary, musical theater and jazz forms of dancing. For more information, please contact (772) 567-6600. Sunday market and yard sale fundraiser for Kashi Ashram: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., 11155 Roseland Road, Sebastian. Furniture, large and small appliances, books, clothing, organic foods, baked goods, brunch, raffles.To donate yard sale items or for pickup, call Asha at (772) 940-3394. To enquire about booths, call Sunanda at (404) 3 08-8392. F or more information, call Swami Krishnabai at (772) 913-5184.MONDAY, JU NE 3 Reduced cost Spay/Neuter Event in Vero Beach: T he St. Lucie/Indian River County Chapter of the United Humanitarians will be offering a one day Spay/Neuter Event at Dr. Dan's Animal Clinic in Vero Beach on Monday, June 3. This event is open to all Indian River/St. Lucie pet owners. The rates for this event will be $40 for cats and $60 for dogs. Pets should be at least 4 months old and dogs must weigh between 10-40 pounds. T his service will include spay or neutering, rabies shot, and nail trimming. Plan to reserve your space early. Services will be provided by reservation only and will need to be booked with the United Humanitarians well in advance of this event. F or information about the United Humanitarians or to receive an application call (772) 812-5486 or (772) 4676709, or contact United Humanitarians through email at wcare4animals@gmail.com.TU ESDAY, JUNE4 Headaches and Migraines, A Thing of the P ast' workshop: 6-7 p.m. Free. Alternative Medicine Family Care Center, 3408 Aviation Blvd., Vero Beach. Natural solutions for stress, sinus and tension headaches,migraines, allergies, and menstrual headaches. Call (772) 77888 77 for more information.ONGOING EVENTS PFLAG of V ero Beach, Inc. meets the second Monday and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.Meetings are held at Unity Church, 950 43rd Ave. V ero Beach. F or more information, call (772)778-9835. To have your upcoming event listed here, email newsfp@hometownnewsol.co marships to local students for the past 17 years. J azz Society President Don Bestor Jr. and other members of the Fort Pierce J azz and Blues Society work tirelessly throughout the y ear in an effort to raise money to fund scholarships for talented student musicians and raise the level of cultural influence in the Tr easure Coast area. Those who would like to attend the evening of music, dancing, and celebrating the newest generation of jazz and blues enthusiasts, must arrive early because seating at the B lack Box Theatre is limited. The cost for the evening is $5. The Sunrise Theatre's cash bar will be available for refreshments. F or more information, call (772) 460-JAZZ (5299) or visit www.jazzsociety.org.WinnersF rom page B1 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 Ve ro Beach B3 774305V oted BEST Fishing Boats on the Treasure Coast€ FREE fishing gear, bait & license € Fish cleaned and filleted for you € Discounts for Seniors & KidsInformation & Reservations772-286-1860www.ladystuart.comFishing Daily Year Round€ 5hr Trips $40 € 7hr Trips $50LADYSTUARTIlocated at the Hutchinson Island Marriott Marina, STUARTFORTPIERCELADYlocated at the Fishermans Wharf FORT PIERCE DEEP SEA FISHING 063130100 WOODLANDDRVEROBEACH772-257-6195WE WILLBECLOSINGOURDOORS FORTHELASTTIMEAT THECLOSEOFBUSINESSTHISSATURDAYMAY25THTHANKYOUTOOURREGULARCUSTOMERSWHO SUPPORTEDUSEVERYSTEPOFTHEWAY. YOUWILLSURELYBEMISSEDWE WILLHAVEENTERTAINMENTSTA R TINGINTHEAFTERNOONWE WILLHAVEHAPPYHOURSPRICES STARTINGFRIDAYAT11AM UNTILSA TURDAYATCLOSING WHILESUPPLIESLAST. 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Thanks to a grant from the John's Island Foundation, last fall we were able to start a Y outh Outreach Program for individuals age 15 to 22. Last summer the City of Vero B each, the City of Sebastian and the Indian River County C ommissioners all passed proclamations that the month of July be proclaimed N on-Profit Organizations U nite Month, in honor of The Photo courtesy of SunUp ARCThe clients of SunUp ARC enjoyed the music of the Edden family. The family includes Mom and Dad, Marlene and Roscoe; and in order of age; Beautiful, Roscoe Jr., Unique, Light, twins, Miracle and Truth; and Jonathan.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee FA MILY, B5 OutF rom page B1

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Aries-March 21-April 19T he only limits are those you place on yourself. Be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid. The time is at hand to create new and exciting adventures. T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen life gets confusing, it is time to take a step back, slow down a little and catch a second wind. Life is a balancing act between family, work and social activities. Gemini-May 21-June 21T ake a moment and really g ive thanks for all you have been given in life. A change in attitude changes lives. A great attitude creates miracles.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y our strong spirit is a deep well when needed. It gives you the grit and determination to keep going when you have challenges to face, deal with and overcome. L eo-July 23-Aug. 22K eep the ideas flowing and the light bulbs will continue to turn on in your soul. One good idea spawns others and like attracts like.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y our spirit and desire for change remains strong. Standing strong in your beliefs is the major key to success. Refuse to let others sidetrack you. Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22It is important to make daily affirmations for all the good you have in life. Be thankful daily for the peace, health, abundance, joy and love you have created. Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y ou always come through when the chips are down. It's because of your heart and strong instincts. This is why you are so loved and respected.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Sagittarius is a fire sign. Fire rules the spirit and passions. Yo u were born with a great soul and you know how to use it. When life pulls you down, get back up, shake it off and keep going.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y ou are on a positive roll in life. Keep it going. You have much love, respect and support from family, friends and co-workers. You get back from others what you have living in your own heart. Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y our ability to make wise rather than hasty decisions is a major victory for you. Apply this wisdom to every area of your life and you will continue to see new and g reater rewards coming your way. Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Change is good for you. It happens when you are following your heart and instincts, not your head. No one in the universe has deeper or greater feelings to make it happen than you. F riday, May 24, 2013 B4 Vero BeachHometown News U U S S 1 1 a a t t V V i i s s t t a a R R o o y y a a l l7 7 7 7 2 2 5 5 6 6 9 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4774291$ $1 1 5 5 . 0 0 0 0WITH SUMMER MEMBERSHIPS4 PLAYERS $ $8 8 0 0 . 0 0 0 0ANYTIMEWITH COUPON 18 HOLES INCLUDES CARTEXP5-31-13KIDS$10W/PAYING ADULT 774317CURRENT RATES$25Before 12 noon$20After 12 noon$15Afte r 4pm(All Rates Include Cart and Tax)From US1,turn East onOhio Ave.directly behind TD Bank1600 SOUTH 3RDSt,Fort Pierce 772-465-8110ForMoreInfoOrToScheduleYourTeeTime JUNIORGOLFSUMMERCAMPJune 17,2013 thru July 5,2013 Call the Golf Shop for Details 067305 064804 Swing ThroughParadise Swing ThroughParadiseAquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club 7500 S. Highway A1A € MelbourneBeach € Call (321) 676-8923 for tee times. Or book online at AquarinaGolf.comSublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Enter the WeeklyFree FoursomeSweepstakes! Call or visit AquarinaGolf.com for Detailsafter 3 pmW elcome To Aquarina CountryClub! Play at Great Summer Rates! $1500Present This AdAsk about Cool Summer Memberships!with cart 067275Answers located in Classied Section 774503 774504 774501 May 24 Horoscopes

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S un Up Center and ARC merging to become SunUp ARC. We are very proud of what we have accomplished this past year." The clients of SunUp ARC all agreed that the highlight of the day was getting to meet the Edden Family. Consisting of mom, dad and their seven children, they sang, danced, played a multitude of musical instruments and entertained to a full house. S unUp ARC operates on three campuses, two in Vero B each and one in Sebastian. S unUp ARC is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 agency, dedicated to meeting the needs of people with developmental disabilities in Indian River County. F or more information,call (772) 562-6854,Ext.219. Obituaries Vicki Jo StottlemireV icki Jo Stottlemire, 66, of Vero Beach, died May 9, 2013. S he was born in Richmond, Ind., and lived in Ve ro B each for 13 years. S he is survived by her husband, James; a daughter, Cheryl; a son, R ussell; a sister, Judith, and a brother, Timothy. 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Low rates.Apply Now By Phone! 800-568-8321 wwwlawcapital.com IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND FOR INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE:ESTATE OF RICHARD T.WALSH, Deceased.CASE NO. 312013CP000455 NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the Estate of Richard T. W alsh, Deceased, whose date of death was March 30, 2013, is pending in the Circuit Court for Indian River County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 2000 16th Avenue, Vero Beach, Florida 32960. The names and addresses of the P ersonal Representative and the P ersonal 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 THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DA TE 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 THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 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 first publication of this Notice is May 24, 2013. P ersonal Representative: Richard T.Walsh, Jr., 3939 Ocean Drive, Unit C-207, Vero Beach, Florida 32963 Attorney for Personal Representative:David F. Albrecht, Esquire, Florida Bar No.160218, P.O. Box 2258, Vero Beach, FL 32961-2258 T elephone:(772) 5673424 Pubs:May 24, & May 31, 2013NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINSHead to the mountains! Book your vacation today;even the family pet is welcome! Nightly, W eekly & Monthly. rentals. 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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 ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DA YS 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 DA TE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO 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 first publication of this notice is May 24, 2013. P ersonal Representative: Lenira Oliveira Ferris a/k/a Lenira Oliveira Luges 259 Bimini Cay Circle, Vero Beach 32966 Attorney for Estate/Pers Rep:E.Steven Lauer, P. A.3426 Ocean Dr., V ero Beach, Florida 32963 P.O.Box 643343, V ero Beach, FL 329643343 Tel:(772) 234-4200 F ax:(772) 234-4249 e-service:eslpa@verolaw. org, E.Steven Lauer, Florida Bar.No.232076 Pubs:May 24, & May 31, 2013 PORT ST.LUCIE LIVE THE LIFE YOU LOVE Look into beautiful La Buona Vita 55+ small comm, large clubhouse, heated pool, etc.All doublewides 2/2 $149.00 mthly maintenance fee. Concord International/ Hawkins Realty, Call Bob 772-485-1038hawkinsflrealty@gmail.com 054229WE CAN HELP YOU SELL YOUR PROPERTY!!Choose 2 newspapers from our 15 Local C ommunity Papers! 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Dont give up if insects ca ll your garden home pesticides, both natural and synthetic, may help P ageA10F ree health seminarsThe Treasure Coast Wellness Center is offering Free H ealth Seminars to HOAs (home owner associations), gated/retirement communities and other health conscience groups. There are a variety of topics available with no cost or obligation. In formation will be provided about Diabetes and Thyroid problems, weight loss, skin care and other ailments people are dealing with. The Health Seminars will held at club houses. To schedule a free seminar call (772) 781-4044.Reduced cost spay or neuter event The St. Lucie/Indian River County Chapter of the United Humanitarians will be offering a one day S pay/Neuter Event at Dr. Da n s Animal Clinic, in Ve ro Beach, on June 3. This event is open to all Indian River and St. Lucie County pet owners. F or more information contact United Humanitarians at w care4animals@gmail.co m or call (772) 812-5486 or (772) 467-6709.Y outh football registrationR egistration is currently underway for the fall 2013 season for the Sebastian S harks Youth Football and Cheerleading Association. S ign-ups are on Tuesday and Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Barber Str eet Football Complex upstairs above the concession stand. V isit www.sebastiansharks.com for complete details Dancing event a huge success VERO BEACH Ten local star dancers, matched with ten local dance instructors, dressed in tinsel and glitter, danced with a lot of confidence as they performed their T ango, Cha-cha, Salsa, Charleston and Lindy Hop on the Riverside Stage during D ancing with Veros Stars on M ay 11. Emceed by broadcasting veteran Hamp Elliot, and judged by the locally talented Lance Sexton, Donna Roberts M itchell and Adam Schnell, the 600 ticket holders were treated to an evening of unparalleled entertainment presented by local non-profit, I ndian River County Healthy S tart Coalition. The end result was just under $200,000 for the agency, whose mission is to guarantee all Indian River Co unty women access to prenatal care and all infants access to services that promote normal growth and development. The Mirror Ball trophy went to Plastic Surgeon John Sarbak and his instructor Karren W alter. First runner-up was S heriff Deryl Loar and his instructor Patti Rooney; second runner up was CenterINSIDEDid you know your browser can fill out parts of forms for you? Highwaymen paintings, quilts on display this summer at Museum of Art ENTERTAINMENTB1 CO MPUTE THISA6 FOLK ART IN FOCUS AUTOCO MPLETE INDEXClassifiedB5 Crossword B4 Gardening A10 Horoscopes B4 Obituaries B5 Out & AboutB1 P olice Report A5 V iewpoint A6Up & coming VERO BEACH V ol. 10, No. 38 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, May 24, 2013 New programs seek to ease veterans return to civilian life INDIAN RIVER COUNTY After a military service member has served overseas, transitioning back to civilian life can be challenging, and some organizations in Indian River County are hoping to help make those veterans find their footing faster. The Veterans Council of Indian River County announced an outr each program specifically to help ov erseas veterans who are returning home to the U.S. with networking opportunities, said Marty Zickert, president of the Veterans Council. A ccording to the Veterans Council, one million servicemen and women will return from service ov erseas and more than 80,000 are expected to come to Florida. A retired U.S. Air Force veteran himself, Mr. Zickert knows what it is like to come back from service and try to start normal life again. The outreach program will help connect veterans with organizations that support veterans activities, as well as other areas of life, such as education. M any of these veterans have little if any civilian experience, Mr. Zickert said in a press release. They have nonetheless volunteered to serve our country, often under extremely dangerous conditions. We have an obligation to make sure they find a proper and productive role in our community. The council feels duty-bound to ensure that takes place. We are asking all community organizations to join us in our efforts. The Indian River County Chamber of Commerce has already begun working toward that goal with the V eterans Council, announcing the creation of a veterans business advisory committee to organize and provide specific business related r esources, including training on how to find a job in the private sector. Free business workshops will beBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com File photoThe Indian River Rowing Club increased their membership to nearly 100 in June 2011 during the annual National L earn How to Row Day at MacWilliam Park. The club brought eight and 10-man sweep boats and anyone who wanted to learn got to go for a ride. The club will be hosting classes again this year at the C-54 Canal.FELLSMERE Traffic in the canal bordering Indian River and Brevard counties is about to be a little jammed. The Indian River Rowing Club will celebrate National Learn to Row Day on June 1 with free rowing lessons for the general public from 8 a.m. to noon at the C-54 Canal in Fellsmere. Fr om the proper seat to posture to stroke rhythm, the experienced members of the rowing club will help show people what great exercise and what fun rowing as a sport can be, said Alejandrina Micket, club member. Ms. Micket first got involved with the rowing last year at the free learn to ro w day, and has been an enthusiastic participant ever since. While some people train and row to compete, many people join rowing clubs for purely recreational purposes. I t s a combination of low-impact exercise and a social activity for me, Ms. Micket said. While some sports require running or other training methods that have a lot of wear and tear on joints, rowing does not, but that doesnt mean it isnt Bus hub to move in June The main transfer point for the county transit system will move to a temporary hub at the Vero Beach Municipal Airport early next month. The free bus system, GoLine, operated by the S enior Resource Association, will be moving the bus transfer hub from its current location in the parking lot adjacent to the old county administration building to Pr o Flite Drive on the airport property. The Pro Flite Drive transfer hub will be a temporary hub until a permanent hub is constructed on 17th Street near the intersection with the r ailroad tracks which should be completed in two years, said Bob Keating, community development director with the county. Moving the hub out of its current location has been on the Vero Beach City Councils r adar for several years Free rowing classes offered for a dayBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com Photo courtesy of Paris ProductionsF rom left, the top three winning couples, second runner-up, Chris Bieber and Stefani Conrado; top winners John Sarbak and Karren Walter; and first runner-up Deryl Loar and Patti Rooney. New partnership turns more trash into treasure INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Waste not, want not. That's the motto of Martin County's Solid W aste Division as they announce a partnership with Vero Beachs INEOS New Planet BioEnergy that will turn vegetative waste into energy in the form of bioethanol and renewable power. "Martin County is committed to being as sustainable and environmental as possible through innovative programs and partnerships like this one," said Pat Yancey, Martin County solid waste administrator. "Using a product that would otherwise be at the end of its life-cycle to create clean energy in this form is remarkable. We're happy to divert this waste to INEOS BioEnergy Center and be part of this world-changing facility that's right here on the Treasure Coast." As of April 1, the vegetative waste that is collected through the countys residential curbside program and delivered by commercial contractors to the Martin County Transfer Facility will be sent to the Indian River BioEnergy Center in Vero Beach. Mar tin County produces an annual average of 49,000 tons of vegetative waste which will then be converted to 1 million gallons of bioethanol and r enewable power. An exciting new partnership turns the vegetative waste into energy in the form of bioethanol and renewable power. By providing its vegetative waste to the BioEnergy Center, Martin County is doing its part to "think globally and act locally." Converting this waste into clean, renewable energy helps America to achieve more sustainable energy independence.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee D ANCING, A2 By Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee ROWING, A3 See BU S, A3 See RETURN, A7 See TRASH, A7 WEEKEND WEATHERF riday: Par tly cloudy; high: 86; low: 66; high tide: 8:12 a.m.; low tide: 2:15 p.m. Saturday: Par tly cloudy; high: 86; low: 68; high tide: 9:05 a.m.; low tide: 3:06 p.m. Sunday: Par tly cloudy; high: 84; low: 68; high tide: 9:57 a.m.; low tide: 3:59 p.m. W eather courtesy of www.weather.com 0672822013INSIDE THIS EDITION! HURRICANE SURVIVAL GUIDE FIGHTING PESTS

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S tate Banker Chris Bieber and his instructor Stefani C onrado. H ighest fundraiser was J ohn Sarbak with a total of ov er $36,000 raised. Best dancer was a tie between A ce Hardware Owner John T almadge and his instructor Amy Trammell and Blondies on Ocean Owner Trish Hickey-Reid and her instructor T om Isola. The other dancing couples included Attorney A dam Chrzan with instructor Terry Greene, non-profit volunteer Page Curtis and instructor Barry Trammell, I nside Track Almanac Publisher Kerry Firth and instructor Joe Wynes, Real Estate Broker Michelle K antzler with instructor Freddy Vega, and former May or Mary Beth McDonald and her instructor Robert Scott. Fo r more information,call I ndian River County Healthy S tart Coalition at (772) 5639118. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Whooping Cough, also known as pertussis (Bordetella pertussis), is a serious illness that could potentially affect anyone. In dian River County H ealth Department has r ecently confirmed two adult cases of pertussis. T wo cases are significant when you take into account the seriousness of this disease, the ease at which it spreads, and the fact that no cases have been confirmed in our county in three years, said Maureen Feaster, Indian River County Health Department nurse consultant and epidemiology supervisor. Per tussis is highly contagious. Control and prevention among adults prevents infection in infants and y oung children, in which it is a serious and potentially lifethreatening disease. Adults with pertussis can suffer complications and require hospitalization. Therefore, proper diagnosis, appropriate treatment and prevention are important. A typical case of pertussis starts with a cough, runny nose, sneezing and a lowgrade fever. After one to two we eks, the coughing becomes more severe. Rapid coughing fits can occur that often end with a whooping sound. N ot all cases are typical, which is why Indian River C ounty Health Department encourages residents to see their doctor if they have had a cough for three weeks or more. Pertussis is spread when infected individuals cough or sneeze while in close contact with others. To protect against pertussis, adults are encouraged to get immunized with the Tdap vaccine. Tdap vaccine provides protection from tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. The Tdap vaccine is especially important for health care professionals and anyone having close contact with a baby younger than twelve months. Even if infants are up to date with their vaccines, they are not y et fully protected from this potentially deadly bacterium. This is why the vaccination of adults with whom they have contact is so important. Per tussis signs and symptoms may not always mimic what is considered typical, so take an active role in protecting yourself and get vaccinated. 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strenuous and challenging, said Chris Hochreiter, a rowing club member. Y ou have to build your endurance and stamina, he said. F irst-time rowers will first have the opportunity to watch a safety video and become acquainted with the boats, or shells, and the rowing techniques on land, Mr. H ochreiter said. O nce they get better acquainted with everything, theyll get into a boat with experienced rower that very day, Mr. Hochreiter said. Ro wing is one of the oldest O lympic sports, but is seeing a resurgence among younger generations, and in this area that is evidenced by the popularity of the Sebastian River H igh School rowing team, he said. The C-54 canal is actually a popular place for out-ofstate college rowing teams, or crew teams, to come and train during the winter. R ollins Boston College and C olumbia University are just two of the schools that have visited the area to train in the S t. Sebastian River and the I ndian River Lagoon when their home training grounds have been too chilly. M any people think that because college students and high school students enjoy the sport, you have to be young to participate in the sport correctly, but thats not the case, said Ms. Micket. Y ou can be anywhere from 12 to older than 65 y ears old. You do have to be a little active, but its a lowimpact sport so anybody can try, she said. A few weeks after the learn to row day, anyone that is interested in pursuing the sport further with the Indian River Rowing Club can sign up for a regular class program and become a member, Ms. Micket said. J ust give it a try on the Learn to Row Day. Its free so yo u re not going to lose anything, she said. F or more information on the Indian River Rowing Club,visit www.indianriverro wingclub.com. because of complaints from residents about the impact of the hub. The area around the old county administration building has many older homes, some having received historical designation. The neighborhood is known as Original Town, and several residents have spoken out over the past few years against the hub because of the increased pedestrian traffic, crime and garbage. Kar en Deigl, president and CEO of S enior Resource Association, said the transition would be complete June 3. The move to the airport is going to be fairly easy to transition because of the close proximity to our current location, Ms. Deigl said. R egular riders are already receiving notice that their bus stops may be a little different, she said. The temporary site was approved for a maximum of 24 months and will include three green bus shelters and portable bathroom facilities. While the bus hub is using Pro Flite Drive, it will not be open to through traffic, Ms. Deigl said. The permanent site off of 17th Str eet near the railroad tracks will be more difficult of a transition, but having a plan of action is a good feeling. I m glad Im not hub-less anymore, she said with a laugh. F inding a suitable site was difficult, Ms. Deigl said. The property needed to be within a certain area of town to be effective for ridership, a certain size and eligible to receive federal money. The permanent site will have hard r estroom facilities, shelters, a maintenance room and potentially a small office space. The next step is to send out r equests for proposals for project, Ms. Deigl said. F or more about the GoLine transit system,visit www.golineirt.com. In dian River Mall and 93.7 The Breeze have teamed up for the 10th year to present the annual Hurricane Preparedness E xpo and Home Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p. m. on Saturday, June 8 in Vero Beach. 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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The United Way of Indian River County announces the election of three new members to its Board of Dir ectors: Dr. David Becker, J ohn F. Beckert and Alan S. P olackwich Sr. "United Way is honored to welcome each of these outstanding new board members," said Chris Loftus, United Way Board Chair. "Each one brings diverse perspectives, exceptional leadership and philanthropic expertise to the vital work we do." Dr David Becker is a 35y ear resident of Indian River C ounty and current retiree. A clinical cardiologist, his most recent private practice was here in Vero Beach and at the Indian River Medical C enter. Dr. Becker served as U nited Way Board Chairman in 1987-88 and was campaign co-chair in 198889. He's served as a trustee of the Indian River Hospital D istrict, eight years as town councilman and vice mayor of Indian River Shores, and is currently a board director of VNA Hospice of the Treasure Coast. J ohn Beckert comes from C onnecticut with a background in the banking industry. He is currently vice-chairman and secretary of the board of directors of Troy Corporation, treasurer and a director of the Atlantic Classical Orchestra and a director of N avy League of the United S tates Treasure Coast Council 334. Alan Polackwich Sr. is county attorney for Indian River County. He's past executive vice-president and general counsel of Riverside National Bank of F lorida, and partner at Clem, Polackwich, Vocelle & Berg. Mr. Polackwich has served as chair of the board of governors, United Ways of Florida, chair of the United Way of Indian River C ounty board of directors, U nited Way Campaign cochair, chairman of the Compliance Committee and corporate secretary for Indian River Medical Center board of directors, and chairman and member of numerous other community organizations. He has been awarded the Ralph King Award for his long-term service to United Way. U nited Way Board of Di re ctors Officers for 20132014 are Chris Loftus, chair; R andy Riley, chair-elect; M elissa Medlock, treasurer; Scott Alexander, secretary; and Gerry Thistle, past chair. F or more information,call (772) 567-8900 or visit www.unitedwayirc.org. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The United Way of Indian River County Board of Dir ectors voted to grant $30,000 to the Mental H ealth Association for stabilization funding at their Ma rc h 19 meeting. This is in addition to the $80,000 already awarded the organization through the annual U nited Way Community In vestment process for Fiscal Year 2012-13. R epresentatives from the Association presented details on the recent activities of the MHA board and staff while requesting the additional financial support. Ken Felten, MHA vice chairman, led the presentation, providing insights into their developing business plan and giving an ov erview of actions taken by the board since the beginning of the year. A ctions taken include; a financial analysis, including both historical and projected operational costs through the end of the curr ent fiscal year; work begun on a fund development plan; progress on an organizational effectiveness audit; and an external communications plan. O ur board was impressed with the progress made and exceptional commitment already demonstrated by interim CEO, Robert Brugnoli, and the MHA Board of Directors, said United Way CEO, M ichael Kint. We are looking forward to a bright future for that organization and, as a result, for mental health services in our community. The United Way Board expressed its thanks for the extraordinary effort the MHA Board is giving in service to this community and voted on the funding in support of the excellent work being done. 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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Ha rv est Food & Outreach Center received a proclamation from Vero Beach City Council on April 2, designating the councils support for the nonprofit organizations community-wide collection day that took place April 6 to benefit the S ummer Read & Feed Program. W e are joining together with several community partners to gather donations of gently used or new books with a positive message appropriate for grades K-12, healthy shelfstable breakfast, lunch and snack food, sugar-free drinks and school supplies, said A ustin Hunt, CEO/founder of Ha rv est Food & Outreach Center. We appreciate the Vero B each City Councils endorsement for donations for our summer program that provides children at risk for food insecurity and learning loss during the summer school break with enrichment classes, free tutoring, lunch and an afternoon snack daily. Ha rv est Food & Outreach C enter, founded in 2003 by A ustin and Ginny Hunt in Indian River County, provides a holistic, multi-component approach that provides a hand up to those living at or under the 200 percent federal poverty level. The organizations unique model offers a comprehensive three-tiered approach to lifting people out of poverty through a Hunger Relief Program that includes an Emergency Food Box and Cost Share Grocery Program; a crisis center which together stabilizes people in crisis through counseling and active referrals to services; and education and employment opportunity programs that address the source of the problem and provides long-term solutions to those in need. F or more information about Ha rv ests programs,volunteer opportunities,or how to make a donation visit www.harvestfoodoutreach.org or call (772) 778-3977. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The I ndian River County Multi Agency Cr iminal Enforcement unit has had a busy week wrapping up investigations and making arrests. On May 16, a search warrant on a Ve ro Beach house led to the arrest of four people on drug or animal abuse charges. A few days prior in Vero Beach, on May 14, another warrant uncovered a variety of drugs, a hand gun and ammunition and animals that appeared to be neglected. At press time, the primary suspect had not y et been arrested and the investigation was continuing. The May 16 search led to the following arrests. Alphonso Phinizee, 37, of 4830 35th Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with animal cruelty, unlawful confinement or abandonment of a dog and possession of marijuana. He was released from jail after posting an $8,000 bond. Charles Stokes, 26, of 4855 32nd Ave ., Vero Beach, was charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana with the intent to distribute and destruction of evidence. R one Jackson, 35, of 4440 26th Ave ., Vero Beach, was charged with possession of marijuana. J omeka Thomas, 27, 4775 38th Circle, Apt. 206, Vero Beach, was charged with possession of marijuana, but was released from jail after posting a $500 bond. The May 16 search and subsequent arrests stemmed from anonymous complaints that indicated the house, 4565 33rd Ave., Ve ro Beach, could have been used for selling drugs. D etectives found three adult pit bulls and one puppy. They were described as being in poor condition and had injuries which county animal control officers noted were consistent with dog fighting, a press release said. The dogs were restrained with heavy chains and did not have access to food or water. Before being taken by animal control, two of the dogs had to be tranquilized because of their aggressive nature. At the house, officers seized 28.5 grams of cocaine, both powder and crack, 205 grams of marijuana and $900 in cash. The May 14 search of the house at 3810 44th Place, Vero Beach, led to the seizure of 15 grams of crack cocaine, 1 gram of powder cocaine, 56 ecstasy, 11 grams of methylone, also known as Molly, 429 grams of marijuana, a handgun, ammunition and drug paraphernalia. Also found on the property were a total of 12 pit bulls, four adult and eight juveniles that appeared to be malnourished and infested with fleas. An investigation into animal abuse charges will be forthcoming, law enforcement said. A nyone with information regarding the 44th Place case is asked to contact the MACE unit at (772) 9781217.To leave an anonymous tip and be eligible for a reward up to $1,000,contact the Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at (800) 273-8477.Police report Arrests listed were made from May 8 to May 14,2013Fellsmere Police Department Kerry Leitrim Callahan, 38, of 88 N.Orange St., Fellsmere, was charged with five counts of grand theft, unlicensed telemarketing, petty theft and giving a false name while detained. Henry Jeovanny Meraz, 30, of 181 S.Oak St., Fellsmere, was charged with child abuse. Quincy Quan Tran, 47, of 437 Pine St., Sebastian, was charged with possession of cocaine, fleeing and eluding and possession of drug paraphernalia.Sebastian Police Department Dan Michael Cummings, 28, of 116 Keystone Drive, Sebastian, w as charged with grand theft, scheming to defraud, conspiracy to commit theft and petty theft. Anthonie Leon Daniel Mazzolini, 21, of 8416 East 98th Ave., V ero Beach, was charged with sale or delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a store.Indian River County Sheriffs Office Sunil Ghay, 50, of 105 38th Court, Vero Beach, was charged with sale and possession of a controlled substance, synthetic cannabinoid, or spice. Joshua Henry Jordan, 30, of 30 Sunset Drive, Sebastian, was charged with third-degree grand theft and dealing in stolen property. Jennifer Lynn Ratliff, 21, of 11133 Airport Drive, Sebastian, w as charged with being a fugitive from justice. Clinton Lloyd, 34, homeless, V ero Beach, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and a possession of drug paraphernalia. Edward William McElhenny, 50, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and manufacturing methamphetamine. Charles Motherhead, 39, of 542 Drawdy Way, Sebastian, was charged with shooting or throwing a deadly missile and criminal mischief. Gerald George Newman, 49, of 4790 85th Place, Wabasso, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Paul James Richardson, 27, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with conspiring to manuf acturing methamphetamine. Angela Christine Story, 32, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. Clint Brandon Story, 30, of 1913 22nd Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. Cesar Ernesto Solis, 26, of 4141 16th St., Apt.2, Vero Beach, w as charged with possession of b uphrenorphine and a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. Kareen Hakeefe Coleman, 22, of 1850 Woodland Circle, Vero Beach, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of false imprisonment and possession of a firearm, ammunition or electric device by a convicted felon. Charles A.Rodgers, 24, of 3972 Lincon Drive, Vero Beach, w as charged with possession of a controlled substance and driving while license suspended with knowledge. Tarus Gerrod Clark, 32, of 4715 34th Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Heather Lynn Dubey, 25, of 591 13th Place, Vero Beach, was charged with organized scheme to defraud, two counts of petty theft, resisting a merchant and resisting arrest without violence. Robert Vaughn Heath, 19, of 2425 84th Terrace, Vero Beach, w as charged with felony criminal mischief, assaulting a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest without violence. Ashely Lynelle Waddell, 28, of 8756 100th Ave., Vero Beach, was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and receiving money or goods obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card.Editors note: This is a list of arrests,not convictions, and all arrestees are presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty in a court of law.If you have information about a crime, c all Treasure Coast Crimestoppers at (800) 273-TIPS. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 V ero Beach A5 774359 Enjoy the longest running narrated airboat tour on the Treasure Coast! Capt Bobs unmatched narration has been enjoyed by thousands young and old.THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE TOURPlease visit www.airboatadventuretours.comLic and Ins. US Coast Guard Captain Since 1994Please call for reservations GATORS! BABY BIRDS! 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One of the nice features that you may have noticed about your computer is its uncanny ability to remember where y ou've been and what you've typed before. Log into the Internet and type a Web address in the address line of your browser and hit enter. Then, after visiting other w ebsites, go back and start typing that Web address again, and you may notice the address appears in the address pull-down menu. Click on it, and off you go. Or, how about any time y ou've filled out an online form? On Windows, you may get a message the first time y ou enter information online asking, "Would you like to turn on auto complete?" Click "yes," and now the computer will remember everything you type into online forms and present them, when appropriate, in a clickable pull-down menu form. F or instance, let's say you want to order something online. You get to the order form page and start entering y our name shipping address, e-mail address, etc., into the form and, since this your first time ordering anything online, you have to fill out each field manually. You finish filling out the form, place your order and everything's fine. Now, as you surf the Internet, you come to another online form. Perhaps y ou are ordering flowers online or booking travel arrangements to Hawaii. N otice that this order form is asking most, if not all, of the same questions as before. As y ou begin to fill this form out and enter your first name in the first name box, you notice y our name appears as soon as you start typing. Same thing happens when you fill in your last name. Y ou'll notice that all of the fields that you filled in before automatically appear for you so you can just click and press tab to tab to the next field (as long as the fields are named the same as on the W eb page where you first typed). It makes entering the same information a snap, as long as it's turned on and you know that it's happening. What about if you want to clear the history list where y our Web addresses are stored, or what if you've made a mistake on a form and now every time you go to type that same field the incorrect information comes up before the correct data? What do you do then? W ell, the controls for this r emarkable form-remembering feature can be found in the Internet options section of Internet Explorer. Launch Internet Explorer and then go to the "tools" menu. Then click "Internet options." The Internet options page opens with the "general" tab in front. It's on this page where you can set y our start or "home" page, or even clear your cookies or temporary files. Be cautious here though. Deleting your cookies can cause some sites, such as banking or portal sites, to forget who you are and make you sign in all over again. N ext, let's click the "content" tab. Here you will find a section called "personal information." It is in this section where we can turn on or off the auto-complete feature, in case you want to disable it or maybe you told it "no" when it asked and you now want to turn it on. Click the "auto complete" button and you are presented with a number of options: Y ou can use auto complete with Web addresses, forms, user names and passwords. Y ou can even tell it to ask you if you want to save passwords instead of automatically saving them for you, which is useful if other people use y our computer. M ade a mistake on a form field or two and want to clear them out so you can have it come up correctly? Click the "clear forms" button and all of the form fields that it has r emembered for you will be forgotten. Now, go back to that pesky field that was always coming up misspelled and enter it r ight. Of course, you'll have to enter all of your other form data, but that's easy enough, just enter it as you encounter it and the computer will r emember. T ake a look around at some of the controls you may be surprised at just how much control over your browser y ou actually have. S ean McCarthy fixes computers.He can be reached at (772) 408-0680 or help@ComputeThisOnline.c om (no hyphens).A6 THIS WEEKS LUCKY THIS WEEKS LUCKYBUMPER STICKER VEHICLE Is this your license plate number? Go to the nearest HTNOffice to verify by noon Tuesday.GET YOUR BUMPER STICKER TODAY! STOPBY ANY OFFICEOR CALL!!!CONGRATULATIONS TOLASTWEEKS WINNEROF$300, LINDA VINING OF SOUTHDAYTONA! I My VOLUSIA CO. 386-322-5900 BREVARD CO. 321-242-1013INDIANRIVER/MARTIN/ST LUCIE CO.772-465-5656 065918WIN$100 WIN$100This W eeks Prize This W eeks Prize VIEWPOINTFRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013 HOMETOWN NEWS WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM A night out to help Harvest CenterPhoto courtesy of J2 Public RelationsEnjoying Simons Moms Nite Out celebration are volunteers and sponsors including Deborah Toth and Rachel Parsons, first and third from left, of Talbots; Ursula Gunter of Indian River Mall, second from left; and fourth from left to right, Karen Franke, Darrin Arriens and Miguel Santiesteban, of Treasure & Space Coast Radio. See story, page A7. As storm season approachesOnce again it is hurricane season and little, if any, work has been completed on the storm ditches. Why cant some work be completed to help with drainage? A normal rain storm leaves the ditches standing in water, some never dry. If the commissioners are doing their best, maybe it is time for a change in leadership.P ass the tax exemptionThe proposed additional tax exemption for residents ov er 65 years of age, who have resided within the county for 25 years, should be passed, after the 25-year requirement being dropped. I believe this change is justified, because not only do those 65 years of age no longer have children in the school system, they also do not utilize the ball fields, skate parks etc., regardless of how long they have been residents.Stop living off welfareW ell, if living off the welfare system, or should I say, other peoples hard work, is so wonderful, then why do these people have to have 2-3 kids? Is it because they go after that earned income credit, and for each kid they have, they get more money from the government through food stamp program? Yeah, I see these people all the time. O h, thanks Fort Pierce, for making us the poverty capitol of S t. Lucie County. You do us proud! Oh, did I mention that when I see people walking with all these kids in tow the miserable face their wearing as well? Boy, living off a government welfare system must be just to get by and thats all yo u re wishing for yourselves. Oh, did I also mention that if yo u re on welfare youre basically allowing the government to dictate how you live? Hmm, wheres the freedom in that? This is supposed to be a free government. Here are ideas go to a country where they rely on a social government and be a parasite there. The U.S. of A. is supposed to be the land of opportunity, but no one said it would be easy. What are the rules?S omeone please correct me if Im wrong. Does Florida law state that if you have a handicap placard proudly displayed from your rearview mirror, you no longer have to abide by state traffic laws? In bold letters, printed on the top of the blue placard it states Remove Before Driving, it obstructs your view. In parking lots with huge, one-way arrows, with a handicapped placard, do you now have the right to enter the wrong way because you see an empty handicapped parking spot only 45 feet from the road? Does having the handicapped placard also mean that y ou no longer have to use directional signals or drive at the posted speed limit? I have to know, because I, too, have a handicapped placard, and I keep mine above the visor in my car. Am I using my placard wrong? If I just leave it on my mirror, flapping in the breeze, obstructing my view, can I now not use directional signals, drive the wrong way on one-way streets and go whatever speed I feel comfortable with? P lease does anyone know the answer? D CF needs to get it togetherI have reported abuse to the Department of Children and Families and they are doing nothing about it. They need to do their job and take care of the children. They dont understand the psychological abuse that a child goes through when they are in an abusive home. Nobody seems to care about these innocent children who have to fend for themselves. I hope somebody from the department sees this rant and does something about it.Modern-day depressionIve heard my parents talk about the Great Depression. As a child, I never understood why it was called great. It never seemed that great. Ive heard the stories about food rations. I heard about how it brought communities together. And now I hear that as a country, we are going to pot. Dur ing my childhood, those stories seemed so distant and nothing more than the way things used to be. But now, as I struggle to make ends meet for my own family, Im r eminded of the times in which many of our grandparents we re ra ised. As we sink into this modern-day depression, I sure wish I wouldve taken more notice on how my grandparents made ends meet. There seems to be no light at the end of this tunnel. We are faced with decisions such as a gallon of milk or a gallon of gas; cell phone or cable; electricity or rent. Employers are struggling to make payroll. And those still fortunate enough to call themselves employees are struggling to live from one paycheck to another. B ecause we are all aware that the job market is bleak, we dare not complain about wages that are gone as soon as earned. We know that there is somebody more than willing to take the job we are fortunate enough to have. So how does one get ahead? How can we start to feel at ease? When does the comfort in knowing that having a job means having a roof over your familys head return? I dont suppose, we, nor anyone else, knows the answer to that question. But we cant as a community, start turning on each other. We cant start robbing and stealing from someone who is struggling, as well. We have to start doing for each other. A pinch of kindness and a smile can go a long way.Fixing gun lawsYe s, we need to change our gun laws to fit our times. Too many innocent people are getting killed, especially the y oung ones. Right, its so easy to get a gun in the United States. Then when someone gets hurt or killed, thats when the covenants want to step up to the plate. I know its our right to bear arms, but there has to be a tighter control. The laws need to be updated to fit our times. Even the Amendments and Constitution of the United States are outdated. Some government officials dont want to change the laws or make stronger laws, because that means they dont get any kickbacks. So many politicians dont follow the laws themselves. But some people who have done serious crimes should have their second amendments rights taken away. The age should be 25 and up to own a weapon. It seems as a nation we dont learn from our past or events at all. Too many lives are lost behind gun control issues. Let go. Government, do your job. Tell if your life or their life is worth that little to not to pass a stronger Gun Control? What price can you put on a life today?Response to stabbingThe stabbing of 14 people on the Lone Star campus demands a commonsense and meaningful response. The pointed end of all knives should be removed and a flat piece of metal permanently attached perpendicularly to the blade. The pointed end of any knife is not needed and serves no culinary purpose, even for trained chefs. Knife-blade lengths should be limited to 10 inches because that is all a household kitchen requires. Prospective knife purchasers need to be screened for cooking abilities and a required need to possess these potential w eapons.What is the human-elephant conflict?When our president says there is no reasonable way to cut the programs or the bureaucracy of government, he brings into question his judgment, if not his sanity. Something called the African Elephant Conservation grant cost the taxpayers $3.8 million last year. It is designed to decrease human-elephant conflict. Is this an essential government function? 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The partnership with INEOS New Planet BioEnergy also provides added benefits by eliminating the need to grind vegetative waste at Martin County's Tr ansfer Facility, which increases efficiency and r educes community impact. It is estimated that when the Indian River BioEnergy C enter begins to operate at full production, eight million gallons of advanced cellulosic bioethanol and six megawatts of renewable power will be produced using renewable biomass including yard, vegetative and agricultural wastes. "We're pleased that Martin County has such a strong commitment to the environment and a willingness to embrace advanced technologies in order to find solutions for waste conversion and improving recycling rates on a regional level," said D avid King, site manager and president of INEOS N ew Planet BioEnergy.Tr ashF rom page A1available to returning veterans who have an interest in becoming entrepreneurs r ather than be employed by a company. A volunteer mentor from the advisory committee, as well as a chamber membership will be available to help veterans kickstart their business plan. W e are excited about the new program and hope in some way we are able to assist veterans returning to I ndian River County. The Chamber has an excellent corps of active volunteers who, Im sure, will embrace this new initiative, said Bill P enney, chairman of the chamber board of directors, in a press release. W e have an important obligation to bring these y oung people to the starting line so they can begin their new lives as productively as possible. They have more than earned their rightful place in the community, Mr. Z ickert said. F or more information about the Indian River County Chamber of Commerce, visit www.indianriverchamber.com. City to host camps www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 V ero Beach A7 067201 067313SILVER PLATINUM DIAMONDS ROLEXWe Offer Top Dollar & Pay CASH IMMEDIATELY! Old New BrokenWE BUY IT ALL!702 21st Street Miracle MileWe Are ALocal Business Here Year Round772-563-0668Ve ro Estate Jewelry, Inc.WE BUY GOLD 067307 774437 Moms Nite Out benefits Harvest Food & Outreach Center INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Hundreds of women turned out for Simons Mo m s Nite Out celebration for an evening of fun and relaxation on Thursday evening on May 9. M oms enjoyed an exciting evening filled with food samplings from more than 15 restaurants and dancing demonstrations. In addition, Talbots presented a fashion show with models comprised of Ha rv est Food and Outr each Centers board members and friends. The nationally celebrated event was held locally at Simons Indian River M all to celebrate mothers of all ages and to benefit Ha rv est Food & Outreach C enters programs, which are focused on providing education and employment opportunities for people in the community living at or below the 200 percent of the federal poverty level. The presenting sponsor was Rethink Varicose V eins. Other local sponsors included: 93.7 The Br eeze, Menz & Battista A ttorneys At Law and Seacoast National Bank. Ha rv est Food & Outr each Center, founded in 2003 by Austin and Ginny H unt in Indian River C ounty, provides a holistic, multi-component approach that provides a hand up to those living at or under the 200 percent federal poverty level. The organizations unique model offers a comprehensive three-tiered approach to lifting people out of poverty through a H unger Relief Program that includes an Emergency Food Box and Cost S hare Grocery Program, a Cr isis Center which together, stabilizes people in crisis through counseling and active referrals to services, Education and Employment Opportunity Pr ograms that address the source of the problem and provides long term solutions to those in need. F or more information about Harvests programs, v olunteer opportunities,or how to make a donation, call (772) 778-3977 or visit www.harvestfoodoutreach.org. F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com VERO BEACH There is r oom available at the Leisure Square Fitness Center Summer Camps and at Riverside R acquet Complex. Leisure Square is located at 3705 16th St. in Vero Beach. C amps include The Aerial Antics Summer Camp, S ports/Aquatics Summer C amp, Summer Mini Cheer C amp and Riverside Racquet C omplex Tennis Camp. All Leisure Square Camps are for ages 7-13 years old. The Aerial Antics Camp trains for the Circus performance at the end of the summer. Circus de Colores, Aug. 810 at St E dwards Upper School. I nstruction areas include gymnastics, tumbling, circus aerial and dance. The funfilled camp activities include bowling, skating, other fun field trips and an out-of county trip. Lunch is included every day. The Sports /Aquatics camp offers an excellent opportunity for children to learn fundamental skills in a var iety of sports including football, basketball, tennis and soccer. Weekly trips and activities include bowling, tennis, swimming, Field Day events and an out-of county trip. The fees are $90 a week for city residents. Inquire about early drop-off and pick-up. Camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 4p.m. The Mini Cheer Camp is a fun-filled week learning cheers, chants, jumps, stunts, dances, tumbling and so much more. The children will be preparing for an exhibition at the end of the w eek. Bring a bag lunch, swimsuit and towel every day. Participants must wear sneakers and will receive a free T-shirt. Limited to 50 participants. Fees are $80 city resident and $95 noncity resident. Riverside Racquet Complex is offering three weeks of T ennis Camp. Michele Modica, the Vero Beach High School Coach will be teaching the basic fundamentals of tennis in a fun-filled environment. The camp will include games, tennis lessons and other fun activities. The camp is for ages 6-13. Campers must bring their own tennis r acquets and water bottle. Dr inks and snacks are available for sale inside the pro shop. The tennis camp is a half-day camp from 9 a.m. to noon. Riverside Racquet C omplex is located at 350 D ahlia Lane. The fee is $80 a w eek. For more information, call (772) 231-4787. C all Leisure Square Fitness C enter at (772) 770-6500 for more information or visit www.covb.org and click City D epartments,then click the R ecreation page.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com ReturnF rom page A1 067276

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY Theres no time like the present to begin planning for fun adventures for the kids during summer break. Par ents need look no further than the Environmental Learning Centers Summer E cology Adventures. The ELC knows how to make education fun and its all right outside your back door on Wabasso Island for kids from pre-K to high school ages. Imaginations will be stretched, minds will be broadened and hearts will be lifted as children experience all the bounty that nature has to offer right here on the Treasure Coast. Se ven summer camp programs, now open for enrollment, run for a week or less each from June 10 to July 20 with costs ranging from $60$395. Discounts are available for members. Thanks to the generous support through the Maggy Bowman Scholarship Fund, limited scholarships are also available for eligible students who are qualified for Indian River County School Districts free or reduced lunch program. F or the youngest among us, Little Wonders day camp for pre-K to kindergarteners will feature four morning sessions each w eek, from June 10 to July 11, on the ELC campus that will introduce them to the unique natural wonders that thrive along the Indian River Lagoon. Y oung Explorers, designed for campers entering 1st grade, will teach little wonders about the big world that surrounds them addressing a different theme each day from June 10-13 or J uly 17-20 on the ELC campus. These well-rounded adventures include topics from Habitat, to Ants and Ant lions, Pond and Plants and Pollinators. A W eek on the Water consists of two sessions, one each specially tailored to the 4th-5th grade and 6th -7th grade levels. Theres lagoon explorations, beach excursions, scavenger hunts, snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, team building and even movie time with snacks and a bowling outing all jam packed into five fun-filled days that will bring pre-teens home tired enough to call it a night before their parents are r eady for bed from June 1014. F or the same age groups there are two customized three-day programs during mid-July that are designed to enlighten and amaze all who hop on board the ELCs bus for the Island Adventure or M arine Safari. Island Ad venture, for 4th and 5th graders, features water safety at the North County A quatics Center, a teambuilding scavenger hunt, a look into our past at McLarty Tr easure Museum, a canoe excursion learning the basics of GPS, exploring the B arrier Island Sanctuary and planting mangrove trees at P elican Island National W ildlife Preserve. F or the 6th and 7th graders adventures ensue at many of the same locales with a special outing to Stuart, where explorers will snorkel at Bath Tub Beach and visit Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center to feed sting rays and see game fish up close. All will enjoy playtime at the Sebastian I nlet. Fr om June 23-27, 8th through 12th grade teens can experience Wild Water, a five day/four night camping adventure with friends that includes dawn to evening outdoor adventures paddling via kayak to many destinations for a new adventure to unfold each day with cookouts and bussing one day to Stuart to explore the unique waters that engulf the briny shores found only in Martin County. The Environmental Learning Center is a nature center located north of Vero Beach off County Road 510 at the w estern end of the Wabasso Br idge. The center is open T uesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Sa turday from 9 a.m. to noon, and on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults with children under 12 are free. The first Saturday of every month the admission fee is waived. The 64acre island campus includes a Discovery Station with aquariums, a marine touch tank, and exhibits as well as a native plant gardens, selfguided audio tour, picnic facilities, a gift shop and a visitor center. ELC is a nonprofit organization funded by private donations. F or more information about Summer Ecology Ad ve ntures,call (772) 5895050 or visit www.DiscoverELC.org. F riday, May 24, 2013 A8 Vero BeachHometown News T AX TIMEAGAIN!553 27th AVE. SW. 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It is a place where caring professionals and state-on-the-art technology come together to offer the patient the very best experience while helping them achieve optimum health. A staff of 16 professionals are ready and waiting to meet all the diagnostic imaging needs a patient might have, including two board-certified radiologists, Dr. Joanne Wernicki and Dr. H. Paul Hatten, Jr. In addition, Dr. Hatten also offers additional qualifications in neuroradiology. Since 1992, Indian River Radiology has offered the highest-quality services, including an open MRI, CAT scan, ultrasounds, diag nostic x-rays, bone density tests and vertebroplasty. Sometimes, an MRI can be a difficult experience for patients who are claustrophobic, in pain or just anxious about having a medical procedure done. Indian River Radiology strives to keep the patients comfort in mind, and was the first in the area to offer open, high-field MRIs, so the patient will never have that closed-in feeling, making their experience comfortable and convenient. Another advanced technological achievement the practice uses to keep patients at their healthiest is the bone density testing. Using the finest available equipment, the painless test takes only minutes, and the results are available quickly and professionally read. With the expertise and training of the radiologists, patients can expect to see accurate reports in a timely manner. The team helping the patient is proficient in all radiological subspecialties, including body imaging, nuclear medicine and cardiac services, to make sure that even the most difficult cases receive prompt and proper interpretation. Indian River Radiology works to alleviate and reduce pain in their patients with compression back fractures and arthritis using a customized program. One of the pain management treatments offered is called vertebroplasty, where patients with spinal compression fractures obtain pain relief. This non-surgical procedure involves injecting medical cement into the damaged area and stabilizing the injury, while allowing the patient to continue with their normal activities. To make the experience as stress-free as possible, the staff also offers same-day appointments as well as walk-in services. State-of-the-art care, combined with caring professionals, makes Indian River Radiology the quality choice to have your health care concerns diagnosed. Indian River Radiology is located at 1485 37th St., Suite 107 in Vero Beach. They are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday throug h Friday. For more information, call (772) 569-9745 or go online to www.indianriverradiology.net. IF YOU WANT TO SEE YOUR BUSINESS IN THIS SPACE,PLEASE CALL 772-465-5656 HEALTHCARE SPOTLIGHT 067214 HEALTHCARE SPOTLIGHT063198Individualized treatment with a personal healing touchWith more than two decades in the healthcare field in Indian River County, Dr.Giorgio G.Res brings his specialized training in three different areas of personal health together in one convenient location Active Lifestyles Wellness and Performance Center.The only known chiropractor in the area that is also a physical therapist, Dr.Res has been able to offer his unique treatment of musculoskeletal issues in a professional, one-on-one setting for more than seven years.With his dedicated skills, the center offers physical therapy, chiropractic care and nutritional counseling to clients looking to improve their well-being and physical health. Dr.Res believes achieving optimum health and maintaining that health is a choice that many want to make, but theyre not sure how to begin.At Active Lifestyles W ellness and Performance Center, he has established a different experience, unlike a regular doctors office, where a person might only have a few minutes of the actual doctors time before having their information handed off to a different person to finish the visit. Dr.Res enjoys spending time with his clients, and takes pride in handling everything personally.He does this by maintaining a l o w-volume practice, which gives the clients the face-to-face time they need to have their questions answered by someone who wants to sit and talk with them, then tailor the treatment to meet their specific needs.His hands-on methods have proven to be the answer to many clientshealthcare needs. But Dr.Respractice goes one step further, and also offers nutrition counseling and supplementation.This avenue of wellness helps some clients become less dependent on their medicine, while showing others how to optimize their performance in sports and other activities.With a firm belief that the majority of diseases and some cancers are preventable by just having a good n utritional diet, Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center is the place to learn how youre client can use nutrition to allow the body to heal itself. According to Dr.Res, the most important thing I give them in this office is knowledge.He strives to not only help clients with their issues, but teach them how to stay healthy by offering a series of classes and workshops addressing a multitude of issues from weight loss to detoxification of the body.His certification in sports and conditioning, in addition to his personal commitment to exercise, means that Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center has the sports-specific knowledge necessary to get someone in the best shape of their life. An increased knowledge of nutrition and exercise, combined with a variety of non-surgical treatments for physical ailments, is the wave of the future of healthcare.And it can all be found at Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center. Active Lifestyles Wellness & Performance Center is located at 1715 37th Place in Vero Beach.They are open from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m.M onday through Friday.For more information, call (772) 978-7379 or go online to www.activelifestylesvb.com or www.activevero.com. Enrollment opens for environmental center s summer campsF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.com

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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The environmentally aware and proactive recycling group, the Green P atrol, assists the community in the proper disposal of trash and recyclables and often volunteers at nonprofit special events. S hawn Frost and the Green Team provided trash/recycling service last month at the Indian River H abitat for Humanity Cr acker Hoedown to help the Hoedown Committee ensure the trash and recyclables generated by the event underwent proper disposal. Dur ing the Hoedown, which took place in the Sun A viation Jet Center hangar, Sh awn Frost and his Green P atrol zipped around on S egway Scooters, ensuring the trash and recycling containers were emptied promptly, never overflowed and the contents properly handled. After the event, Mr. Frost r eported that 81percent of the trash generated by the H oedown had been recycled, the highest totals the Green Patrol has recorded. Later in the month, during Habitats HabiTrot 5K event, Frost presented a certificate of appreciation to Hoedown Chairman D avid Taylor and Habitat CEO Andy Bowler. H abitat endeavors to practice good environmental stewardship on the jobsite, in its administrative offices and in the Habitat H ome Center, recycling cans and bottles, office paper, newspaper and corr ugated cardboard, as well as any scrap metal and other items the Home Center ReStore is not able to sell. Habitat also offers a deconstruction program, through which building re novation and deconstruction projects can be channeled through the Home C enter for resale. VERO BEACH Epic M issions, a Vero Beach Missions Ministry, was awarded a major grant from the J ohns Island Foundation of I ndian River County. P aul Munsie, president of E pic Missions, confirmed the award of a brand new Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Pickup truck and commercial John Deere riding mower from the Foundation. The awards represent more than $33,000 in funding provided by the Johns I sland Foundation. As part of the 2013 awards process, the board of the foundation and the interviewing committee determined that Epic Missions provides real services that impact the lives of high risk y outh, families in need, hungry and displaced individuals, those temporarily unemployed and individuals in need in Indian River C ounty. E pic Missions has formed a national network of volunteers from around the U.S.A. and Canada that travel to their missions base in Ve ro Beach, and serve in the community as volunteers for a week at a time. In 2012 alone, more than 12,000 hours of community volunteers came from the teams that Epic Missions hosts on their property in Ve ro Beach. This year, Ms. Munsie expects more than 27,000 hours will be invested in personal volunteer hours by their teams in our community. Many of their teams support local ministries with personnel such as Gifford Youth Center, The S ource, Habitat for Humanity, Harvest Food and Outr each, Feed The Lambs and many more. F or more information, visit www.epicmissions.org. Photo courtesy of Sam BaitaGreen Patrol leader Shawn Frost, second from left, presents a Recycling Award to Habitat CEO Andy Bowler and Hoedown Committee Chairman David Taylor, while Habitat mascot Hamilton the Hammer looks on. www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 V ero Beach A9 774345 P auls GunsBUY SELL TRADE772-581-0640774350LICENSED AND INSUREDMost Popular Models in Stock Most Ammo & Magazines in stock!Open Monday thru Friday 10am to 6pm Saturday 10am to 2pm9090 North US Hwy 1 Sebastian(1/4 Mile North of Rt 510) P auls GunsCONCEALED WEAPON PERMIT CLASSES GIVEN CALL FOR MORE INFO. PA YMENTPLANSTHRUCARECREDITMOSTPPO INSURANCEPLANSAREACCEPTEDFREESECONDOPINIONCONSULTATIONNo Insurance? No Problem, ask about our PLATINUM MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNT PROGRAM. 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Sooner or later, you are going to encounter an insect problem that is going to demand some heavy artillery to conquer. There are many options y ou can use for controlling these pests. Some options use highly toxic pesticides, while there are other, more natural, options that might not be as effective, but are much safer for you and the environment. A couple products that come to mind that used to be available several years ago are Dursban and Diazinon. B oth of these products were the staple in years gone by, but if misused, they were extremely toxic. Because of this, they were both pulled from the market to ensure the safety of consumers. These products have been r eplaced with new and less dangerous counterparts. M any of these new products are made with primarily synthetic pyr ethroids, which can include chemicals such as D elta Guard, Talsar and T empo. These chemicals are actually refined from a type of chrysanthemum flower, which makes them more of a natural product that is safer for both the consumer and the environment. Ev en when using these products, it is important to follow all label directions carefully. In addition, do not use more then is necessary because excess amounts can cause damage to the envir onment. W ith all the talk of going natural, many people today are using insecticidal soaps. These products offer good control of many soft-bodied pests such as whiteflies, aphids, mealy bugs, caterpillars and spider mites. People like to use these products because they are far less toxic than many other alternatives. One of the main drawbacks of insecticidal soaps is the chemical has to come in direct contact with the insect in order to kill the pest. Once the spray is dry, it is no longer going to be effective against killing the insects. N ew pests that hatch or arrive on your plants after the solution dries will not be killed. Frequent applications of this type of product are needed in order for it to be effective. This product is not effective for hard-bodied critters such as scale. For these types of insects, you need to use a systemic product such as Blondie systemic granules. S ystemic products work from the inside of the plant. The plant actually absorbs the chemical and the plant becomes poisonous to the bugs that try to drain the juices. Tr eating a vegetable garden for insects can be even more of a challenging task because most people do not want to use highly toxic chemicals on plants they are going to consume. One of the most common chemicals used for garden vegetables is S evin dust, which is also called carbaryl. The product can be applied by using a special duster, or you can often buy it in containers that have a duster spout for easy application. Sevin can also be applied to pets to control fleas, but read package directions. P ersonally, I would do this with caution even though the directions state you can safely do this. I have heard of many people using the dust on their carpets and after a few hours, simply vacuum the dust up. It is very effective against fleas. Always use goggles, a mask and gloves when applying this or any insecticide for safety. S ome people even want to go more organic when it comes to using insecticides. There are some home re medies you can mix up y ourself and experiment with. Lets start out with nicotine. You heard right, nicotine can be highly toxic to certain pests such as aphids, whiteflies and leafhoppers. You can go to a specialty nursery supplier and try to find a nicotine concentrate or you can make nicotine tea by using chewing tobacco and apiece of old stocking. Put a wad of tobacco in a piece of nylon stocking and let it steep as y ou would any other tea. 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add a quarter-teaspoon of pure dish detergent to act as a spreader sticker. Another great home r emedy is made from garlic. G arlic spray can be a great pest repellent and can also be sprayed around your yard to deter mosquitoes. Here's how to make the solution. S oak three ounces of minced garlic cloves in about two teaspoons of mineral oil for 24 hours or so. Then add about a pint of water along with a quarter-teaspoon of liquid soap. Strain the concentrate and store in a glass container. As you are r eady to use the concentrate, mix about two tablespoons in a pint or so of water. You can test your mixture to see how well it performs and make adjustments as needed. When you spray y our plants, do so while the sun is not directly on the plants. Spray the plants thoroughly, and always test spray when you are treating sensitive ornamentals to be sure you get no leaf damage. And you thought garlic was only for pizza! J oe Zelenak has more than 30 years experience in gardening and landscape. S end e-mails to hometowngarden@gmail.com or visit his Web site www.hometowngarden.com. It was a sweep for the men and women of B ethune-Cookman U niversity at the 27th PGA M inority Collegiate Golf Championships presented by Bro wn Capital Management held at PGA Village in Po rt S t. Lucie over Mothers' D ay weekend. Do not be fooled into thinking that because it was a sweep for both teams that the task came easy. The final r ound was filled with plenty of drama, including two playoffs. In the Women's Division, B ethune-Cookman captured the title in thrilling fashion. The Wildcats defeated the University of T exas-Pan American on the very first playoff hole to claim their record 10th ov erall title. The two teams finished the three-round championship with a 909 total and headed out to the 18th hole of the Ryder Course for the playoff. All five members of each team played the hole, with each team taking its best four scores. The Lady W ildcats played the hole in 1-under-par, while Texas P an-American finished with a 1-over-par total. The Wildcats were led by individual medalist Andrea Orozco who finished the 54hole event at 4-over-par 220. In third place in the women's division was Chicago State University with a three-day total of 935. The men's division also saw an exciting finish. B ethune-Cookman made up a four-stroke deficit in the final round and slipped past 36-hole leader TexasP an American to win by a single stroke. Alabama State U niversity finished third, 12 shots back. The Wildcat men, who finished the weekend with an 883 total, were led by freshman Ryan Fricker, who carded a final-round 71 on the Wanamaker Course to cap the comeback and finish third in the Division I medalist race. W e really didn't play well y esterday and almost let the Championship slip away, said Mr. Fricker. I was happy to help the team today and it felt good to win this championship in my first appearance. F or Bethune-Cookman third-year head coach, PGA Pr ofessional Scooter Clark, it was a stressful, but r ewarding day. I t was a very long and stressful day out there, said Mr. Clark. But both teams r eally grinded and I am just thrilled to take home both titles in this incredible tournament. It is really satisfying. T exas Pan-American's K evin Kirakossian carded r ounds of 74-67-71 to capture the Division I medalist honors. The week's best performance came from Kevin Parker of E dward Waters College in J ackson. Parker carded r ounds of 72-67-71, for a 6under-par 54-hole total. In D ivision II, Lincoln U niversity from Jefferson City, Mo., was lead to its fifth overall title by Steven M allow's 4-over-par performance on the weekend. The Blue Tigers beat T exas A&M by 24 shots, with Vir ginia State coming in third. In the Men's Independent D ivision, Robert Grant of Alabama State University may have won an exciting three-person playoff to earn the title, but it was his final shot in regulation that had the entire Village talking. The English native holedout from 133 yards for an eagle on the 18th hole to get into a playoff with Justin W atkins of the University of C entral Oklahoma and D aniel Inocencio of UNLV. In the playoff, Grant hit his approach to two-feet, made the birdie and captured the title in his first appearance when Watkins and Inocencio each failed to match his score. I absolutely pured the shot from 133 yards and saw it hit the flag. Then I saw my teammates go crazy and I knew it was in, said Mr. Grant. And then to hit another great shot in the playoff was just incredible. Alexis Belton of Texas W esleyan closed with a 74 to win the Women's independent Division title by a single stroke over Texas PanAmerican's Samantha Gar cia. Vir ginia State's Zach S mith claimed Division II medalist honors, with an even-par 216 total for the championship. Talladega C ollege captured its second title, winning the NAIA D ivision over Edward W aters College. I've been fortunate enough to have covered this wonderful event for the past several years. The competition this year was, by far, the best I have ever seen at this championship. These young men and women are all a great representatives of our sport, their college and community. J ames Stammer has been an avid golfer and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years.He hosts the Thursday N ight Golf Show on WSTU 1450-AM.Contact him at stammergolf@yahoo.com. 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FRIDAY, MAY24 Night Sounds at Sebastian Inlet concert series: 7 -9 p.m. at the pavilion on Coconut Point, located on the south side of the inlet, overlooking the water. 23 T reez will perform a mix of reggae, rock, funk and jazz fused together for a beach sound. Regular park entry fees apply. The park information line is (850) 245-2157.SAT URDAY, MAY25 Cast Net Class: 1 p.m. at the Sebastian Fishing Museum on the south side of Sebastian Inlet State Park. Learn to make, repair and throw cast nets. Regular park entry fees apply. Call (850) 245-2157.MONDAY, MAY27 Memorial Day observance at Veterans Memorial Island Sanctuary: Starts promptly at 9 a.m. Main speaker is Colonel T ony Young, USA, Ret. Color guards from local veterans organizations, plus law enforcement and firefighters. Bagpiper Michael Hyde, U.S. Merchant Marine veteran, will be included in the ceremony. Vero Beach High School Band will perform and local Scouts will be distributing water and programs. Attendance at these events on Memorial Island has increased, so it is recommended to bring your own folding chairs and arrive by 8:30 a.m. The public is invited. Handicapped transportation will be provided from the bridge entrance to the island to the ceremony. F or more information, call Colonel Martin Zickert at (772) 569-9533. Memorial Day Service: 11 a.m. at Memorial Park at TREASURE COAST F or the past several weeks, the Black Box Theatre in Fo rt Pierce has been filled with the sounds of music as youth from throughout the Treasure Coast compete for the opportunity to claim a college scholarship from the Fort Pierce Jazz & B lues Society. On May 28, from 7 to 10 p .m., eight talented musicians, who also happen to be graduating seniors from throughout the Treasure C oast, will be honored with coveted $1,000 scholarships in memory of musicians Tom Omans, Louis Sanzaro and Honesto Villasurda, who donated their time and talent to fulfilling the mission of the Fort Pierce Jazz & B lues Society. F ourteen students from S t. Lucie, Martin and Indian River counties have been bringing their talent and their instruments to T uesday evening Jazz Jams and the Sunrise Black Box Theatre, hoping to impress the judges with their talent, pluck, musicianship, ability to improvise and ov er-all impression. S tudents recommended by local band directors and area high schools submitted an essay outlining their qualifications and goals for the future with regard to their music, and each student was welcomed on the stage to perform two songs with the Jazz Societys professional Jazz Ensemble. Led by noted area educator, Al Hager, a panel of J azz Society professional musicians and educators evaluated the applicants. On May 28, the six students who have been selected to receive scholarships will have another chance to perform with the professionals, among whom they hope to number, and will receive a trophy and honorary membership in the Fort Pierce J azz & Blues Society, which has been providing scholPhoto courtesy of Gorilla MagicP addy King, a senior at Jensen Beach High School, is just one of 14 students auditioning for college music scholarships given by Fort Pierce Jazz & Blues Society.V ero Beach Dr .B radley H.Reiner1800 43rdAv e.Vero Beach 564-0724067302 Less Expensive Little or No Pain Often Back To Work The Next Day Easier & Much Less Stress For Patients FEAR FREE STITCH FREE SCALPEL FREEL ANAP:LASERASSISTEDNEWATTA CHMENTPR OCEDURECOMPARED TO TRADITIONAL GUM SURGERY OUR NEW LASER OPTION IS: See a video about LANAP on our websitewww.yourcosmeticdentist.com Out & about VERO BEACH A big pink school bus will ride into town next month, bringing a performance by one of the topmost popular childrens book characters of the past 20 years. The Junie B. Jones Stupid Smelly B us Tour will make a stop in Vero B each at the Vero Beach Book Center on June 9 as part of a coast-to-coast tour. The fictional, yet popular, six-yearold Junie B. Jones has more than 55 million copies of the 28 books in the short chapter book series available worldwide in more than a dozen languages. The actors playing the series titular character and Mr. Woo, the bus driver, will perform at each stop on the tour. Junie B. will share the contents of her Big Pink Trunk of Junk in a show-and-tell form, said Nicole A cevedo, the actress who will portray J unie B. in the tour. The performance is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. at the childrens store at the Vero Beach Book Center. The book center will be undergoing renov ations through the summer, but will be open and a number of authors are scheduled to appear for book signings this summer. P hilip Johnny Bob the stuffed elephant will most definitely make an appearance with Junie B., and event participants will also be able to have their book stamped with an official J unie B. Jones stamp, pose for pictures and take home a souvenir. This tour will be the first time Ms. A cevedo has played Junie B., but already she can tell that the wildly popular book series character has made a definite impact on children. S he educates them on vocabulary words, Ms. Acevedo said. Shes a very sweet and energetic little girl. Sh e s very smart and always has an idea up her sleeve. B arbara Park authored the series that hasgrown into an early elementary phenomenon, with children clamoring to read the next book as soon as it arrives. To encourage an enthusiasm for and love of reading, this summer will also mark the launch of the brandnew Junie B. Kids R eading Club, a press release said. M embers will receive a reading log full of activities, Junie B. quotes, and plenty of pages to record their favorite J unie B. moments, as well as a free copy of the first book in the series Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus. O nline at the Junie B. Jones website, Junie B. fans can test their knowledge with trivia games and can enter to win a visit from the Stupid S melly Bus for next year, the press r elease said. F or more information about events and activities at the Vero Beach Book C enter,call (772) 569-2050 or visit www.verobeachbookcenter.com. Summer museum exhibits feature homegrown art VERO BEACH Florida landscapes and colorful pieces of fabric will adorn the halls of the Vero Beach Museum of Art this summer. T wo exhibitions, Along the R oad: Paintings of the Highwaymen and Visual Systems: The Quilters Eye, will open in June and run through S eptember, museum administration said. The paintings of the Highwaymen focus on the beauty of natural Florida through landscapes and nature. The paintings have an established history and following in the Tr easure Coast area, as the art style was conceived by two painters inspired by Fort Pierce painter A.E. Bean B ackus, said Jay Williams, museum curator. The exhibition will open on J une 29 in the Holmes Gallery, he said. The Highwaymen were a group of young black painters, largely self-taught, who painted tropical Florida scenes, including birds, palms, brilliant red Poinciana trees in the late 1950s through the 1970s and sold their work along U.S. near Fort Pierce, a press r elease said. The Highwaymen was a term coined in the 1990s, the artists never called themselves that, Mr. Williams said. The exhibition will feature the work of several Highwaymen, but mainly the two original artists, Alfred Hair and Har old Newton. The young painters lived in a time when it was difficult for them to find a job because of the color of their skin, but found a way to use their talent and earn money, Mr. Williams said. They developed a rapid way of working and producing paintings while keeping the quality high enough to keep their customers happy, he said. There are 26 painters considered in the original Highwaymen group, and one was a woman, Mary Ann Carroll. All of them were inducted into the Florida Department of S tate Artists Hall of Fame. As of 2012, 18 of the original artists were still alive, a press r elease said. Though on the surface F lorida landscapes and quilts dont seem to have much in common, there actually is a thread, an artistic brushstroke, that ties the two exhibitions together. They are a different kind of medium, but both come out of the folk roots of America, Mr. Williams said. B oth are art forms that Smelly pink bus is coming to town Junie B. Jones, a beloved childrens book character, will come to life at 2 p.m. on June 9 at a special event at the Vero Beach Book Center. The Junie B. Jones Stupid Smelly Bus T our will include a meet n greet with characters from the book, a performance and a book stamping.Photo courtesy of Marcia CirielloBeloved childrens character to visit book centerBy Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.comQuilts,Florida paintings on display By Jessica Tugglejtuggle@hometownnewsol.com Scholarship winners to be announcedF or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee M USEUM, B2 See WINNERS, B3 Ve ro B eachEntertainmentDining &SECTION B WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM FRIDAY, MAY 24, 2013See OUT, B3

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came from the people doing something in the community, from the ground up, he said. V isual Systems: The Quilters Eye, which opens June 8, is all about how art can exist in unexpected places and appear in a wide variety of forms, Mr. Williams said. A lot of the craft-type art, such as metal-working, w eaving, pottery or quilting, we re not considered fine art for a very long time, only within the past 50 years have people begun to see those media as art. The exhibition has been selected from the collection of the International Quilt S tudy Center and Museum at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb., and is the largest publicly held quilt collection in the world, a press release said. Though quilts in the 1900s we re usually made for a functional purpose, to decor ate a bed or to keep warm, individuals that made them we re quite creative and artistic in putting together the patterns and colors, Mr. W illiams said. The earliest quilt in the collection is from 1870 and the youngest quilt will be from 1991. The exhibition will include traditional quilts and contemporary variations on traditional patterns and constructed quilts reminiscent of abstract paintings, a press release said. I t really shows how quilt makers made creative choices to make a beautiful object that can be looked at as art, Mr. Williams said. F or more information about exhibitions and activities at the art museum,call (772) 231-0707 or visit www.verobeachmuseum.org Photo courtesy of the Vero Beach Museum of Art Along the Road: Paintings of the Highwaymen will open at the Vero Beach Museum of Art on June 29. More than 70 paintings of Florida scenes painted in the 1950s to 1 970s will be on display through September 29. Pictured: River Road by Harold Newton in 1954. The piece is part of the collection of Roger and Pattama Lightle. F riday, May 24, 2013 B2 Vero BeachHometown News 067154 Expires 5/31/132050 US HWY 1 Ft. Pier 2050 US HWY 1 Ft. Pier ce, FL 34950 ce, FL 34950772-672-4754 772-672-4754DINEIN ONLY 4pm to 7pm ONLY!!FREE 4 to 7 PM SPECIALSLittle Pecker Hot DogDine in Onlywith Purchase of 1 at Reg.Price $200 OFFPurchase of $10 or More (4-7 PM ONLY)Dine in OnlyWith this Coupon.Not Valid with other coupons or specialsExpires 5/31/13W orlds Most Famous! Foot Long Hot DogsPlus: Burgers,Wings, Pan Pizza & MoreMay SpecialsT uesday: Kids eat FREE under 10 W ith purchase of regular priced menu item W ednesday: 25 Beer 4-7pm Thursday: $5.00 1/2 lb. Burgers 067308Great Lunch Specials That Change Daily!OSLO DINER OSLO DINER T ake OutDine-inStarting at$399Til 10AM Mon-Fri Only$499Starting at...2900 9th Street SW Vero Beach WINN DIXIE PLAZA(Corner of Oslo Road & 27th Ave.)772-794-7587F ax:772-794-1254 772-770-12811605 U.S. HWY1 VEROBEACH774292ALWAYSFREE WIFIFAMILYOWNED& OPERATED FOR(2) TURKEY OR ROAST BEEF CLASSIC (2) CHICKEN SANDWICHESDAILY BREAKFAST SPECIALSKountry Fried Chicken Breakfast Platter $3.59T wo Sourdough Breakfast Sandwiches w/ ham, bacon or sausage for $3.50T wo Ham & Cheese Croissants for $2.75 Exp 5/31/13$400 $400 (2) BEEF -NCHEDDAR$500 $500 $500 $500FORExp 5/31/13 Exp 5/31/13FOR NEW! 960 US Hwy 1 Vero BeachPHONE772-567-4838 FAX772-567-3434774299WITH OVER 200 ITEMSHOURS: OPEN SUN-THURS11AM-9:30PMFRI-SAT11AM-10:30PM Only Hibachi Buffet in TownLUNCH $69511:00 am 3:30 pmDINNER$10953:30 pm Close BIRTHDAY EATFREEWITH PARTY OF 3 OR MOREWith Coupon SENIOR DISCOUNT10% OFFLUNCH or10% OFFDINNERWith Coupon FREE WI-FI 063132 067303CONTACT US FOR YOUR PARTY NEEDS PRIVATE DINING FOR UP TO 50 PEOPLECOMPLIMENTARYPLANNINGONOROFFSITEWa terfront Patio Dining.Live Music Thurs,Fri,Sat & SunV alue Selections.41 Royal Palm Pointe,Vero Beach(772) 569-6865 EAT FOR $8.00From our Lunch MenuFrom our Dinner MenuDINE FOR $9.00 8 OZ NY STRIPWITH 2 SIDES AND SALAD FRIED CHICKEN WITH ALL THE FIXINSMONDAY SPECIAL TUESDAY SPECIAL$10.00 $10.00 FRIED FISH,FRENCH FRIES &COLE SLAWTHURSDAY NIGHT$10.00Choose from 10 Selections Choose from 10 Selections HAPPY HOUR3pm to 6 pm dailyALL DRINKS 1/2 PRICE LATE NIGHTHAPPYHOUR BEGINS 9:30PM 067310F AMILY PACK SPECIALONLY$26.95Serving LUNCH & DINNERFeaturing our own Handmade Noodles!Carry Out Only 067304 772-569-98082046 C Treasure Coast Plaza Miracle Mile Vero BeachOFFwith coupon limit 1 per customer 1 time only Home 0965$500 South Vero Square Shopping Center (Between Publix & Movie Gallery)Mon: Closed TuesFri: Breakfast 6:30-11am, Lunch 1 1am-3pm Sat: Breakfast 7:30-11am, Lunch 11-3pm Sun: Breakfastonly 7:30-1pm0631422FORTUESDAY778-5461760 S. US1 VERO BEACH6:30 -9:00 Must Bring Coupon Exp. 5/27/13 Buy 1 Lunch with 2 Beverages Get The 2nd Lunch FREE DINING & ENTERTAINMENT Photo courtesy the Vero Beach Museum of ArtVisual Systems: The Quilters Eye will open at the Vero Beach Museum of Art on June 9. The exhibition will feature 25 quilts from the collection of the International Quilt Study Center and Museum at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. Pictured: Target, maker and date created unknown.MuseumF rom page B1

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Free philanthropic nominations workshop offered INDIAN RIVER COUNTY A free workshop for any I ndian River County nonprofit organization interested in nominating an individual or business for this y ear's National Philanthropy Day will be held on J une 4 at U.S. Trust, 700 B eachland Blvd. in Vero B each. R egistration and coffee will begin at 8:45 a.m., followed by the workshop from 9 to 10 a.m. There is no charge to attend and the workshop is open to all nonprofit organizations. H osted by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Indian River Chapter, this annual Nominations Wor kshop is designed to provide all the information, tips and insights an organization needs to submit a strong nomination. Attendees will hear directly from colleagues and peers who have navigated the process before and are willing to share best practices. A nonprofit does not have to be a member of AFPIR to submit a nominee. T opics to be covered include how to select a nominee, the process for submitting nominations and guidance on completing the nomination form, understanding the importance of the nomination process for the organization, and how nominating a donor or volunteer can help build and enhance relationships. The workshop officially launches the process of honoring individual and corporate philanthropists and dedicated volunteers, r ecognizing those who shape our community each and every day through their generosity and commitment, said Kerry Bartlett, CFRE, NPD nominations committee chairwoman. That process culminates on Nov. 19 during the N ational Philanthropy Day celebration to be held at the Ve ro Beach Museum of Art. Wor kshop registrations may be made online at www.afpindianriver.afpnet.org or on the AFPIR Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/AFPFan. F or questions about the workshop,call (772) 4921407 or email at kerry@ircommunityfoundation.com.Riverview Park. The VFWand the American Legion will host this memorial service. Sebastian Elks Memorial Day Family Picnic: Starts at noon, members and guests are invited. Hamburgers, hotdogs, a dunk tank, shady tents, bounce house, horseshoes, activities for children. Music provided throughout the afternoon by Music by Chuck. T he Sebastian Elks lodge is located at 731 S Fleming St, Sebastian. Contact the lodge at (772) 589-1516. TUESDAY, MAY 28 Friends of St. Sebastian River meeting: Starts at 7:30 p.m. Alex Gomez of Pure Produce in Micco will give a presentation on the what, why and how of hydroponic gardening at the next meeting of the Friends. The meeting is free and held at the North Indian River County Library, 10 01 Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian. Visit www.fssr.org or call (772) 202-0501. THURSDAY, MAY 30 Free woodcarving demonstration: Joe Miller, president of the Indian River woodcarvers, will demonstrate his work from 1 -3 p.m. at the Sebastian River Art Club Art Center, 1245 Main Street, Sebastian. His work is on display through May 30 at the Art Center, but the show will end with this woodcarving demonstration. Hours are T uesdays, Thursdays and most Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information on Joe Miller, visit www.joemillerwoodcarver.com. F or more information visit www.ArtCenterSRAC.blogspot.com or call (772) 581-8281. Roseland jam session: 25 p.m. at the Roseland Community Center, located at the corner of 129th Avenue and Bay Street. Features local residents who want to keep their musical skills sharp. For more information, call (772) 9 13-2182.FRIDAY, MAY 31 SU NDAY, JUNE 2 20th annual Blue Water Open fishing tournament: Captains meeting held Friday, May 31 registration at 5 p.m.; meeting at 6 p.m. The tournament itself starts June 1 at 6 a.m. Weigh-in runs from 2-5 p.m. Awards, giveaways and raffles will be held Sunday, June 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Captain Butchers Marina, 173 0 Indian River Drive, Sebastian. Fo r more information, visit www.bluewateropen.com.SAT URDAY, JUNE 1 SU NDAY, JUNE 2 Treasure Coast Marine Flea Market & Boat Sale: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Indian River Fairgrounds, 7955 58th A ve., Vero Beach. Nautical and marine related merchandise and services, plus art, seafood, fishing supplies, a marine dcor area and a shrimp eating contest. Visit www.FLNauticalFleaMarket.com. SUNDAY, JUNE 2 IRCHS Dance Showcase 2 013: T he Indian River Charter High School presents their annual Dance Showcase at 7:30 p.m. at the Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Center, 1707 16th Street. T ickets are $10 per person and are available at the door. The performance will include classical ballet, lyrical, contemporary, musical theater and jazz forms of dancing. For more information, please contact (772) 567-6600. Sunday market and yard sale fundraiser for Kashi Ashram: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., 11155 Roseland Road, Sebastian. Furniture, large and small appliances, books, clothing, organic foods, baked goods, brunch, raffles.To donate yard sale items or for pickup, call Asha at (772) 940-3394. To enquire about booths, call Sunanda at (404) 3 08-8392. F or more information, call Swami Krishnabai at (772) 913-5184.MONDAY, JU NE 3 Reduced cost Spay/Neuter Event in Vero Beach: T he St. Lucie/Indian River County Chapter of the United Humanitarians will be offering a one day Spay/Neuter Event at Dr. Dans Animal Clinic in Vero Beach on Monday, June 3. This event is open to all Indian River/St. Lucie pet owners. The rates for this event will be $40 for cats and $60 for dogs. Pets should be at least 4 months old and dogs must weigh between 10-40 pounds. T his service will include spay or neutering, rabies shot, and nail trimming. Plan to reserve your space early. Services will be provided by reservation only and will need to be booked with the United Humanitarians well in advance of this event. F or information about the United Humanitarians or to receive an application call (772) 812-5486 or (772) 4676709, or contact United Humanitarians through email at wcare4animals@gmail.com.TU ESDAY, JUNE4 Headaches and Migraines, A Thing of the P ast workshop: 6-7 p.m. Free. Alternative Medicine Family Care Center, 3408 Aviation Blvd., Vero Beach. Natural solutions for stress, sinus and tension headaches,migraines, allergies, and menstrual headaches. Call (772) 77888 77 for more information.ONGOING EVENTS PFLAG of V ero Beach, Inc. meets the second Monday and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.Meetings are held at Unity Church, 950 43rd Ave. V ero Beach. F or more information, call (772)778-9835. To have your upcoming event listed here, email newsfp@hometownnewsol.co marships to local students for the past 17 years. J azz Society President Don Bestor Jr. and other members of the Fort Pierce J azz and Blues Society work tirelessly throughout the y ear in an effort to raise money to fund scholarships for talented student musicians and raise the level of cultural influence in the Tr easure Coast area. Those who would like to attend the evening of music, dancing, and celebrating the newest generation of jazz and blues enthusiasts, must arrive early because seating at the B lack Box Theatre is limited. The cost for the evening is $5. The Sunrise Theatres cash bar will be available for refreshments. F or more information, call (772) 460-JAZZ (5299) or visit www.jazzsociety.org.WinnersF rom page B1 www.HometownNewsOL.com F riday, May 24, 2013 Ve ro Beach B3 774305V oted BEST Fishing Boats on the Treasure Coast FREE fishing gear, bait & license Fish cleaned and filleted for you Discounts for Seniors & KidsInformation & Reservations772-286-1860www.ladystuart.comFishing Daily Year Round 5hr Trips $40 7hr Trips $50LADYSTUARTIlocated at the Hutchinson Island Marriott Marina, STUARTFORTPIERCELADYlocated at the Fishermans Wharf FORT PIERCE DEEP SEA FISHING 063130100 WOODLANDDRVEROBEACH772-257-6195WE WILLBECLOSINGOURDOORS FORTHELASTTIMEAT THECLOSEOFBUSINESSTHISSATURDAYMAY25THTHANKYOUTOOURREGULARCUSTOMERSWHO SUPPORTEDUSEVERYSTEPOFTHEWAY. YOUWILLSURELYBEMISSEDWE WILLHAVEENTERTAINMENTSTAR TINGINTHEAFTERNOONWE WILLHAVEHAPPYHOURSPRICES STARTINGFRIDAYAT11AM UNTILSA TURDAYATCLOSING WHILESUPPLIESLAST. 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Thanks to a grant from the Johns Island Foundation, last fall we were able to start a Y outh Outreach Program for individuals age 15 to 22. Last summer the City of Vero B each, the City of Sebastian and the Indian River County C ommissioners all passed proclamations that the month of July be proclaimed N on-Profit Organizations U nite Month, in honor of The Photo courtesy of SunUp ARCThe clients of SunUp ARC enjoyed the music of the Edden family. The family includes Mom and Dad, Marlene and Roscoe; and in order of age; Beautiful, Roscoe Jr., Unique, Light, twins, Miracle and Truth; and Jonathan.F or Hometown News NewsFP@hometownnewsol.comSee FA MILY, B5 OutF rom page B1

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Aries-March 21-April 19T he only limits are those you place on yourself. Be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid. The time is at hand to create new and exciting adventures. T aurus-April 20-May 20W hen life gets confusing, it is time to take a step back, slow down a little and catch a second wind. Life is a balancing act between family, work and social activities. Gemini-May 21-June 21T ake a moment and really g ive thanks for all you have been given in life. A change in attitude changes lives. A great attitude creates miracles.Cancer-June 22-July 22Y our strong spirit is a deep well when needed. It gives you the grit and determination to keep going when you have challenges to face, deal with and overcome. L eo-July 23-Aug. 22K eep the ideas flowing and the light bulbs will continue to turn on in your soul. One good idea spawns others and like attracts like.Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22Y our spirit and desire for change remains strong. Standing strong in your beliefs is the major key to success. Refuse to let others sidetrack you. Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22It is important to make daily affirmations for all the good you have in life. Be thankful daily for the peace, health, abundance, joy and love you have created. Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21Y ou always come through when the chips are down. It's because of your heart and strong instincts. This is why you are so loved and respected.Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21Sagittarius is a fire sign. Fire rules the spirit and passions. Yo u were born with a great soul and you know how to use it. When life pulls you down, get back up, shake it off and keep going.Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19Y ou are on a positive roll in life. Keep it going. You have much love, respect and support from family, friends and co-workers. You get back from others what you have living in your own heart. Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18Y our ability to make wise rather than hasty decisions is a major victory for you. Apply this wisdom to every area of your life and you will continue to see new and g reater rewards coming your way. Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20Change is good for you. It happens when you are following your heart and instincts, not your head. No one in the universe has deeper or greater feelings to make it happen than you. F riday, May 24, 2013 B4 Vero BeachHometown News U U S S 1 1 a a t t V V i i s s t t a a R R o o y y a a l l7 7 7 7 2 2 5 5 6 6 9 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4774291$ $1 1 5 5 . 0 0 0 0WITH SUMMER MEMBERSHIPS4 PLAYERS $ $8 8 0 0 . 0 0 0 0ANYTIMEWITH COUPON 18 HOLES INCLUDES CARTEXP5-31-13KIDS$10W/PAYING ADULT 774317CURRENT RATES$25Before 12 noon$20After 12 noon$15Afte r 4pm(All Rates Include Cart and Tax)From US1,turn East onOhio Ave.directly behind TD Bank1600 SOUTH 3RDSt,Fort Pierce 772-465-8110ForMoreInfoOrToScheduleYourTeeTime JUNIORGOLFSUMMERCAMPJune 17,2013 thru July 5,2013 Call the Golf Shop for Details 067305 064804 Swing ThroughParadise Swing ThroughParadiseAquarina Country Club Aquarina Country Club 7500 S. Highway A1A MelbourneBeach Call (321) 676-8923 for tee times. Or book online at AquarinaGolf.comSublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Sublime Golf IsJust 5 Minutes North of Sebastian Inlet Enter the WeeklyFree FoursomeSweepstakes! Call or visit AquarinaGolf.com for Detailsafter 3 pmW elcome To Aquarina CountryClub! Play at Great Summer Rates! $1500Present This AdAsk about Cool Summer Memberships!with cart 067275Answers located in Classied Section 774503 774504 774501 May 24 Horoscopes

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S un Up Center and ARC merging to become SunUp ARC. We are very proud of what we have accomplished this past year. The clients of SunUp ARC all agreed that the highlight of the day was getting to meet the Edden Family. Consisting of mom, dad and their seven children, they sang, danced, played a multitude of musical instruments and entertained to a full house. S unUp ARC operates on three campuses, two in Vero B each and one in Sebastian. S unUp ARC is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 agency, dedicated to meeting the needs of people with developmental disabilities in Indian River County. F or more information,call (772) 562-6854,Ext.219. Obituaries Vicki Jo StottlemireV icki Jo Stottlemire, 66, of Vero Beach, died May 9, 2013. S he was born in Richmond, Ind., and lived in Ve ro Beach for 13 years. S he is survived by her husband, James; a daughter, Cheryl; a son, R ussell; a sister, Judith, and a brother, Timothy. 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All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against Decedents Estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF 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 DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.The date of first publication of this Notice is May 24, 2013. P ersonal Representative: Richard T.Walsh, Jr., 3939 Ocean Drive, Unit C-207, Vero Beach, Florida 32963 Attorney for Personal Representative:David F. Albrecht, Esquire, Florida Bar No.160218, P.O. Box 2258, Vero Beach, FL 32961-2258 T elephone:(772) 5673424 Pubs:May 24, & May 31, 2013NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINSHead to the mountains! Book your vacation today;even the family pet is welcome! Nightly, W eekly & Monthly. rentals. 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All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DA YS 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 decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DA TE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO 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 DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is May 24, 2013. P ersonal Representative: Lenira Oliveira Ferris a/k/a Lenira Oliveira Luges 259 Bimini Cay Circle, Vero Beach 32966 Attorney for Estate/Pers Rep:E.Steven Lauer, P. A.3426 Ocean Dr., V ero Beach, Florida 32963 P.O.Box 643343, V ero Beach, FL 329643343 Tel:(772) 234-4200 F ax:(772) 234-4249 e-service:eslpa@verolaw. org, E.Steven Lauer, Florida Bar.No.232076 Pubs:May 24, & May 31, 2013 PORT ST.LUCIE LIVE THE LIFE YOU LOVE Look into beautiful La Buona Vita 55+ small comm, large clubhouse, heated pool, etc.All doublewides 2/2 $149.00 mthly maintenance fee. Concord International/ Hawkins Realty, Call Bob 772-485-1038hawkinsflrealty@gmail.com 054229WE CAN HELP YOU SELL YOUR PROPERTY!!Choose 2 newspapers from our 15 Local C ommunity Papers! 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F riday, May 24, 2013 B8 Vero BeachHometown News FINANCING AVAILABLE MUST PUT SALES TAX DOWN. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. PRICES AND FREE OFFERS ARE NOT VALID ON PRIOR PURCHASES. FREE OFFERS AND NO INTEREST OFFERS ARE NOT VALID ON NEGOTIATED PRICES. MILITARY, POLICE, FIRE DEPARTMENT, INTERNET DISCOUNT CANNOT BE COMBINED OR USED ON AD ITEMS OR COUPONS. SOME ITEMS ARE ONE OF A KIND AND CANNOT BE PUT ON LAYAWAY. SOME PICTURES ARE FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSE ONLY. SAME DAY DELIVERY PURCHASE TO STUART, PORT ST LUCIE, FORT PIERCE, OR VERO MUST BE MADE BY 3 PM. NO SUNDAY OR HOLIDAY DELIVERIES .The OriginalMon-Fri 10am-8pm Sat 10am-6pm Sun 12-5pmALWAYS IMITATED NEVER EQUALED2822 S. U.S. #1, Ft. Pierce(772)466-7022The Original FREE EASY LAYAWAY NO TIME RESTRICTIONS NO INTEREST!!!FREE067153 FINANCINGAVAILABLE SAME AS CASH AND REGULAR REVOLVING ACCOUNTS Apply for your Discount Furniture Credit Card Today!DISCOUNT FURNITUREfrom $498 BONDED LEATHER ROCKERSWIVEL RECLINERWITH STORAGE OTTOMAN $278FROM $258RECLINER FROM $179RECLINERS INCLUDES: DRESSER, MIRROR, 2 NIGHTSTANDS, FULL/ QUEEN HEADBOARD AND CHEST CHOICE OF 5 COLORSPRESENT COUPON AT THE TIME OF PURCHASEall 6 pieces for CHESTS$78from TV STANDSWide Varietyfrom$48DAYBED with INTERSPRINGand MATTRESSfrom$198 NO CREDIT CHECK OPTION AVAILABLE CLICK CLACK SOFA BED ALL FOR $798$586 FOOT BOOKCASEFROMINCLUDES: DRESSER, MIRROR, NIGHTSTAND,QUEENPADDEDTRUEPLATFORMBEDAND SPRINGAIRQUEENPILLOWTOPMATTRESS $159 LARGEST MATTRESS RETAILEROVER 45 DIFFERENT MATTRESSES TO CHOOSE FROMCHOICE OF 4 COLORS 2 PIECE SETPILLOW TOPTWIN SET..from$159FULL SET..from$189Q UEEN SETfrom$219KING SET..from$319$349SOFA ANDLOVESEATTWIN MATTRESS.from $85TWIN SET..........from $138FULL SET..........from $159Q UEEN SET.......from $199KING SET...........from $288 TAKE 33% OFF 2NDLAMPWHEN YOU PURCHASE FIRST LAMP WHILE THEY LASTBLOWOUT PRICED $898 NOW$598DUAL RECLINING SOFA INCLUDES SOFA & LOVESEAT NOW$798WITH THIS COUPON RECEIVE A 3 PIECE TABLE SET T AKEANADDITIONAL$500 OFFWHENYOUPURCHASETHISSOFA, LOVESEAT, COCKTAILTABLEANDENDTABLE R R E E A A L L W W O O O O D D$ $6 6 9 9 9 9DRESSER, MIRROR, QUEEN SLEIGH HEADBOARD, FOOTBOARD, RAILS AND 1-NIGHTSTAND *YOUR CHOICE BLACK OR CHERRY COLOR CHOICE OF BLACK OR BROWN$ $9 9 9 9 8 810 PIECE PACKAGESOFA, LOVESEAT, FAUX MARBLE COCKTAIL T ABLE, 2-END TABLES, FAUX MARBLE COUNTER TABLE AND 4-STOOLSPOWER LIFTRECLINERS POWR LIFT $548NOW IN STOCK!