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Hometown news (Vero Beach, FL). 2007.

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Hometown news (Vero Beach, FL). 2007.
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VERO BEACHWABASSO BEACHSIDE Vol. 16, No. 1 www.HometownNewsIRC.com en-USFriday, Aug. 31, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsIndianRiver @hometownnewsirc @HometownNewsIRC $1.00 Bradley H. Reiner, DMD Hagen Hastings, DMD REINER FAMILY DENTISTRY Caring Dentistry for the Entire Family DENTAL SERVICES INCLUDE Invisalign Root Canals Children 2 years & up Crown & Bridge Nitrous Oxide to Reduce Anxiety Veneers & Bonding Dental Implants Extractions Tooth Colored Fillings Partial Dentures Dentures Laser Surgery for Periodontal Disease (LANAP) 3975 20th Street Suite 2th Vero Beach 772-564-0724 View Lanap Video @ www.yourcosmeticdentist.com$50 OFFComprehensive Exam & Full Mouth Series of X-rays. New Patients Only. Oer Expires 9-30-18(Oer not valid with Insurance or any other coupons)The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other service. Examination or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination, or treatment. D0150, D0210 FREE Dozen Eggs1414 16th Street, Vero Beach, FL 32960(772) 410-9422Produce Market Ariston Infused Olive Oils & Balsamic Vinegars Organic Teas Fruits Vegetables Seafood Old Florida Products Organic Produce Now AvailableMonday Friday 10am-6pm Saturday 10am 5pm Queenbeesproducemarket.com(WITH THE PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE) W/ this ad. Coupon not valid W/Delivery. Exp 9-30-18 SATURDAY, SEPT. 1 en-US SUNDAY, SEPT. 30en-US en-US Hunger Action Month en-US 2018: en-US Everyone knows that en-US feeling of an empty stomach. en-US The feeling of running on en-US empty is a reality for 42 en-US million Americans and en-US nearly 100,000 live on the en-US Treasure Coast. In our en-US community, 1 in 7 people en-US face that feeling on a regular en-US basis. Without that fuel and en-US nutrition, people dont have en-US the energy to focus, learn, en-US grow, and succeed. This en-US September, the Treasure en-US Coast Food Bank is asking en-US everyone to come together to en-US help end hunger. The Hunger en-US Action Month calendar is en-US filled with some ways you can en-US help. en-US For more information, en-US call (772) 489-3034 or see en-US the calendar online at en-US https://stophunger.org/en-US event/hunger-action-en-US month-2018/en-USSATURDAY, SEPT. 1en-US en-US Native plant nursery en-US maintenance volunteers en-US needed:en-US 8-10 a.m., 8500 en-US Picos Road, Fort Pierce. The en-US Ocean Research & en-US Conservation Association is en-US seeking volunteers to help en-US with the native plant nursery, en-US located at the IFAS en-US Aquaculture Research and en-US Extension Facility. en-US Maintenance includes en-USCommunity en-US Calendar en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY The Indian en-US River County branch of the NAACP and the en-US School Board of Indian River County have en-US reached an agreement to move forward towards a en-US fully-integrated school system.en-US While the agreement was signed by both sides en-US on Aug. 24, the levels of enthusiasm are decidedly en-US different. The School Board is far more celebraen-US-en-US tory than the NAACP.en-US This is a great day for Indian River County, en-US said SDIRC School Board Chairman Shawn Frost. en-US On behalf of the entire Board, we are excited that en-US we have reached an agreement in partnership en-US with the NAACP. The Board has remained unanien-US -en-US mously committed to this accomplishment. This en-US begins a new era of uniting as a community.en-US Indian River NAACP Branch President Tony en-US Brown sounded optimistic, saying in his news en-US release This agreement marks a new day, and a en-US new beginning, in addressing the long-lingering en-US issues in the decades-old school desegregation en-USSchool Board, NAACP declare en-US desegregation progress en-USCity moves en-US closer to en-US selling golf en-US course en-USVERO BEACH The emotional en-US debate over the sale of City of Vero en-US Beach assets continued at the Aug. 21 en-US City Council meeting. The Council en-US voted 3-2 to enter negotiations with en-US developer Mark Hulbert to sell the old en-US Dodgertown Golf Course.en-US Councilmembers Laura Moss and en-US Tony Young led the effort to slow down en-US the sale, and both voted against the en-US beginning of negotiations with Mr. Hulen-US-en-US bert. en-US Mayor Harry Howle, Vice-Mayor en-US Lange Sykes, and Councilmember Val en-US Zudans all voted in favor.en-US Before the meeting, Councilmember en-US Moss had contacted former Counen-US-en-US cilmembers who had been involved in en-US the purchase of the property to solicit en-US their opinions, and she read some of en-US their comments into the record.en-US Councilmember Moss read a letter en-US from Mary Beth McDonald, former en-US Mayor of Vero Beach, in which Ms. en-US McDonald said that although she supen-US -en-US ports the city selling the land because it en-US never appreciated as anticipated, The en-US financial offer of $2.1 million for 35 en-US acres of very valuable city land that Mr. en-US Hulbert has offered is wholly inadequate en-US and should not be seriously considered. en-US In my opinion, City Council members, en-US in accepting such a low-ball offer, would en-US essentially be giving the land away to en-US this developer, and would be ignoring en-US their fiduciary responsibility to the city en-US residents and taxpayers. I feel the City en-US Council should table this issue until a en-USA fuzzy friend en-USSeeen-US en-US PROGRESSen-US page 4 Indian River County en-USYouth Livestock and en-US Horticulture held en-US their 2018 AG en-US Bonanza on Saturen-US -en-US day, Aug. 25 at the en-US Indian River County en-US Fairgrounds in Vero en-US Beach. Local & en-US regional 4H and FFA en-US students attended en-US two-hour clinics en-US throughout the day en-US on topics ranging en-US from poultry, goats, en-US and horticulture.en-US Here, Jacob Sugg, 4, en-US carries around a en-US large rabbit at en-US Saturdays AG en-US Bonanza.en-USAnthony Inswastyen-US staff photographeren-USSeeen-US en-US COURSEen-US page 8en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 8 en-USINDEX Classified 11 Crossword en-US8 Horoscopes en-US9 Out & About 9 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 LOOKING FOR A HOME 7 en-USWould you like to meet en-US a playful, mellow cat? en-US Visit the Humane en-US Society en-USMEET QUAZZIE en-USIN SEASON 7en-USOur In Season calendars have en-US space for your festivals, en-US concerts, art shows, and more en-US from late Sept. to next April en-US you just need to send in the en-US info by Sept. 1. Learn how! en-USLAST CALL FOR EVENTS! en-USELECTION RESULTS en-USWe hope you expressed your en-US opinion by voting! en-US Due to our press deadlines, en-US we will have results online en-US Wednesday and results in the en-US print edition for Sept. 7.

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en-US 3 en-USTREASURE COAST During the en-US recent Tax-Free weekend on Aug. 3 5, en-US Bealls Stores continued their partnership en-US with Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Florien-US -en-US da by donating a percentage of apparel en-US sales from the junior, guys and kid departen-US -en-US ments. en-US We believe in the mission of local Boys en-US & Girls Clubs chapters throughout Florien-US-en-US da and we enjoy continuing our tradition en-US of being involved in our local community en-US organizations, said Matt Beall, Senior en-US Vice President and Chief Merchandising en-US Officer for Bealls Stores, Inc. Because of en-US our loyal guests who choose to shop at en-US their local Bealls Store, we are proud to en-US support the Boys & Girls Clubs and their en-US work in communities around the state. en-US Bealls Stores announced that $9,250.74 en-US will be donated to regional Boys & Girls en-US Clubs chapters throughout the state; each en-US stores proceeds will be donated to their en-US local corresponding chapter. en-US The Boys & Girls Clubs in Florida en-US served over 130,000 youth last year. There en-US are over 240 club sites from Pensacola to en-US the Keys with 14 clubs on Florida military en-US bases, and one residing on a Native Ameren-US -en-US ican reservation. This is possible through en-US the hard work of our dedicated staff and en-US volunteers, and of course through exciting en-US partnerships with businesses such as en-US Bealls Stores, said Daniel Lyons, Florida en-US Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs Executive en-US Director. Wed like to thank Bealls Stores en-US and their guests for this generous en-US donation as we continue to positively en-US impact youth in our state. en-US To learn more about the Florida Allien-US-en-US ance of Boys & Girls Clubs, contact Daniel en-US Lyons, Florida Alliance of Boys & Girls en-US Clubs Director at (772) 263-2723. en-US To learn more about Bealls Florida, en-US contact Karen Filips, Bealls Stores, Inc. en-US Director of Communications and Comen-US -en-US munity Affairs, at (941) 744-4375 or email en-US KarenF@beallsinc.com. en-USNative plant nursery en-US maintenance help neededen-USThe Ocean Research & Conservation en-US Association is seeking volunteers to help en-US with the native plant nursery, located at the en-US IFAS Aquaculture Research and Extension en-US Facility. These native plants are being grown en-US to support ORCAs Living Lagoon Program, en-US which partners with community and school en-US groups to help rehabilitate impaired shoreen-US -en-US lines along the Indian River Lagoon.en-US Volunteers are needed on Saturday, Sept. en-US 1, from 8-10 a.m., at 8500 Picos Road, Fort en-US Pierce. Learn more about this habitat restoen-US -en-US ration program and the importance of these en-US native plants, as you assist with nursery en-US maintenance.en-US Maintenance includes watering plants, en-US weeding and pruning, propagating plants, en-US planting new plant species in pots and en-US maintaining the nursery inventory. Learn en-US more online: en-USwww.teamorca.org/restoren-US -en-US ative-efforts.htmlen-US Please bring sunscreen and a reusable en-US water bottle. To volunteer, please RSVP to en-US volunteer@teamorca.orgen-US or call (772) 467-en-US 1600. en-USTown hall with Laura Mossen-USA Town Hall with Laura Moss will be held en-US on Friday, Sept. 7 at 5 p.m., hosted by the en-US Vero Beach Chamber of Commerce, which en-US is located in the historic Masonic Lodge at en-US 1959 14th Avenue in the heart of downtown.en-US From my vantage point on City Council, en-US I see an unmet need for a meaningful diaen-US -en-US logue between City government and the en-US City itself the people. I hope to address en-US that need through "Town Hall. It will offer en-US the community an opportunity to interact en-US with me and with each other in a way that en-US does not currently exist, states Councilen-US -en-US woman Laura Moss.en-US Moss plans to make a brief presentation en-US about a current issue facing the City then to en-US ask and answer questions about the Citys en-US major issues. Interaction is highly encouren-US -en-US aged. I envision it as a lively, engaging en-US forum for dissemination of valuable inforen-US -en-US mation about our Citys future and the free en-US exchange of ideas among us. High-energy, en-US free-wheeling, and upbeat. My hope is that en-US all walk away feeling the better for it, says en-US Moss.en-US Town Hall with Laura Moss is intended en-US to create a synergy with Gallery Stroll, en-US which is held on the first Friday of every en-US month from 5-8 p.m. by the art galleries linen-US-en-US ing 14th Avenue and environs and is coordien-US-en-US nated by Gallery 14. Gallery Stroll is one of en-US many art events promoted by Cultural en-US Council (en-USwww.cultural-council.orgen-US). en-US Light fare and refreshments will be proen-US-en-US vided by Wild Thyme Catering. Musical en-US entertainment will be provided by Savannah en-US Wylde of 772 Entertainment.en-US The event is open and free. For more en-US information about this event, visit www.ver en-US-en-US ochamber.com.en-USCommunity notes Heavy Duty Welded Deck Heavy Duty Fabricated Frame MOORE MOTORS 772-569-8220 5135 US HWY 1, VERO BEACH Parts & Service For Everything We Sell Patented Automatic Park Brake System Comes with a 3 year factory warrantyAuthorized Dealer Zero Turn, Zero Down, Zero % Interest 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Starting at $2899 rrfrrfrfrr ntbft nntbtn AFFORDABLE NON-LAWYER SOLUTIONS, INC.ftfrt 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Smart technology installed: Ultra violet lights for clean air Surge protector from summer lightning Internet Wifi thermostats to monitor your A/C at home or away Air cleaners Air Conditioning System Maintenance $97.00 for twice a year plansExpires 8-30-18Residential CommercialCAC 1814730Sales, Service, Repair & Maintenance... Call today! 772-778-4026website: www.alanac.com | email: alanac@bellsouth.net 795 8th Ct. 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en-US 4 en-UScase.en-US However, speaking to media after the en-US signing ceremony, Mr. Brown hedged.en-US Theres mixed emotions, Mr. Brown en-US said. Its not celebratory, as some would en-US perceive it. Were just getting to the table to en-US do what we should have done 50 years ago, en-US and a minimum of 23 and a half years ago.en-US In 1964, the School Board was sued in en-US federal court for operating a segregated sysen-US -en-US tem of public schools. In 1967, the Southern en-US District of Florida court issued a desegregaen-US-en-US tion order requiring the school district to en-US place students into schools without regard en-US to race or color by 1968. The order includen-US -en-US ed a variety of requirements to achieve en-US desegregation of students, teachers, and en-US other staff.en-US In 1994 and 1995, that order was expanden-US -en-US ed when the NAACP brought it back before en-US the court. The 1994 and 1995 orders specien-US -en-US fied percentages of new hires that would en-US need to be minorities, including non-inen-US -en-US structional positions and coaching staffs. en-US The court also required efforts by the disen-US -en-US trict to improve the academic performance en-US of minority students, and to make percenten-US-en-US ages of minority students in schools consisen-US -en-US tent with the percentages of minority resien-US -en-US dents.en-US In 2015 and 2016, the School Board, en-US Superintendent Mark Rendell, and the Indien-US-en-US an River County NAACP had meetings en-US seeking to reach agreement on what has en-US been accomplished and what still needed to en-US be done. No consensus was reached.en-US The agreement now reached declares en-US progress in a few areas, what is called paren-US -en-US tial unitary status. It sets forth the proceen-US -en-US dure to address the remaining issues.en-US The NAACP has never approved of the en-US partial unitary status approach.en-US This is a byproduct of the 1994 agreeen-US -en-US ment which had 10 or 11 elements, Mr. en-US Brown said. They took out three elements, en-US and this is partial unitary status. I feel it en-US dilutes the effectiveness of the whole order. en-US To me, it was ceremonial.en-US The declaration that the SDIRC has en-US achieved partial unitary status means that en-US the school district has fulfilled some of the en-US obligations of the desegregation order, en-US which would result in those aspects being en-US removed from court oversight. This is the en-US first step toward attaining full unitary staen-US -en-US tus, which would indicate complete complien-US-en-US ance with the desegregation order requireen-US -en-US ments.en-US The agreement establishes a five-member en-US Equity Committee that reports directly to en-US the School Board and will monitor and docen-US -en-US ument compliance with the desegregation en-US order. The Equity Committee has authority en-US to make recommendations to the Board, en-US including recommendations regarding goals en-US and benchmarks for progress.en-US I think its a genesis, but I dont know en-US where it will go, because the concept of the en-US Equity Committee is problematic, because it en-US has too many legs, arms, and appendages, en-US Mr. Brown said. It has to be controlled. If en-US we get the right school board, the right peoen-US -en-US ple involved, I think it can be beneficial. But en-US I also think it should have been stronger. I en-US think it should have put some baselines, it en-US should have put some goals. It was contenen-US-en-US tious toward us; you cant do this, you cant en-US do that.en-US For example, the agreement sets as an en-US aspirational goal that the recruitment/en-US hiring program will seek to reasonably en-US approximate the Florida state-wide racial en-US composition of teachers and other instrucen-US-en-US tional staff at each grade level. The parties en-US recognize that the state-wide figures are en-US used only as an aspirational goal and may en-US not fairly reflect the pool of applicants reaen-US-en-US sonably available for employment in Indian en-US River County.en-US Lets say at a minimum there would be en-US two black teachers at every school, Mr. en-US Brown said. At a minimum. To be told by en-US their attorney that its all right for an African en-US American boy to go from first to fifth grade en-US without ever seeing a black teacher, thats en-US problematic to me.en-US In the agreement, the School Board comen-US-en-US mits to utilize appropriate strategies in en-US attempting to recruit and employ African en-US American teachers and other instructional en-US staff. That includes visiting colleges, unien-US -en-US versities, and career fairs to recruit African en-US American teachers and other instructional en-US staff, with such recruiting to include visits to en-US historically black colleges and universities en-US like Bethune-Cookman University, Florida en-US A&M University, and Florida Memorial en-US University.en-US The district will also expand efforts to en-US identify African American high school stu en-US-en-US dents in the district who would make great en-US teachers, and to work with the teachers en-US union to facilitate the employment of Afrien-US -en-US can American teachers and other instrucen-US -en-US tional staff. Principals will be required to en-US interview a diverse pool of applicants en-US whenever possible.en-US The NAACP and the School Board agreed en-US that the district has achieved unitary status en-US in the areas of facilities, non-instructional en-US staff and administrative staff. They agreed en-US to work with the court to obtain an order of en-US partial unitary status to that effect.en-US Other issues addressed include racial disen-US-en-US parities in discipline and assignment of stuen-US -en-US dents to special education programs, and en-US expanded desegregation oversight for stuen-US-en-US dent assignments among schools, for transen-US -en-US portation, and for extracurricular activities.en-US The parties agreed to an African Amerien-US -en-US can Student Academic Achievement Plan en-US with a goal to eliminate the achievement en-US gap as compared to white students, and the en-US plan shall identify barriers to the academic en-US achievement of African American students; en-US list the strategies, procedures, and/or proen-US -en-US grams that will be implemented to improve en-US the academic achievement of African Ameren-US -en-US ican students and address the identified baren-US -en-US riers; and set measurable goals for the en-US improvement of African American academen-US -en-US ic achievement. The School Districts Afrien-US -en-US can American academic achievement plan en-US shall also address any disparate discipline of en-US African American students and the assignen-US -en-US ment of African American students to speen-US -en-US cial programs, such as the exceptional stuen-US -en-US dent education and Alternative Education en-US programs, including whether such assignen-US -en-US ments exceed state and district averages for en-US other groups.en-US Educational outcomes for African en-US American students in Indian River County en-US have improved greatly in the last three en-US years, said Superintendent Dr. Mark Renen-US-en-US dell. For example, the graduation rate for en-US African American students has risen from en-US 65 to 80 percent. 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en-US 5 en-USPolice report en-USArrests listed were made Aug. 14 through en-US Aug. 20en-USIndian River en-US County Sheriffs Officeen-US Michael Burns, 53, 406 9th Dr., Vero Beach, en-US five counts possession of controlled substance en-US without prescription, introduction of contraband en-US into detention facility, tamper with or destroy en-US evidence.en-US Albert Eugene Burns, 34, 513 Douglas en-US Court, Fort Pierce, possession marijuana over en-US 20 grams, fleeing/attempting to elude police en-US officer.en-US Michael Levern Dawson, 23, 110 Mulch St., en-US Vero Beach, violation of community control.en-US Donald Charles McGrady III, 30, 5795 en-US Ridge Court, Okeechobee, second degree petit en-US theft.en-US Carl Albert Richards III, 42, 561 Benedictine en-US Terrace, Sebastian, third degree grand theft.en-US Pernell Jan Anderson, 38, 6570 86th St., en-US Vero Beach, dealing in stolen property.en-US Ian McPherson, 22, 8665 96th Court, Vero en-US Beach, false imprisonment, tampering with vicen-US -en-US tim, sexual battery.en-US Joshua Gene Koenigsmann, 27, 3356 2nd en-US St., Vero Beach, criminal mischief.en-US John Henry James III, 29, 4740 39th Ave., en-US Vero Beach, sale of cocaine, possession of en-US cocaine.en-US Evral Vincent Birthwright Jr., 36, 736 19th en-US Place, Vero Beach, sale of cocaine, two counts en-US possession of cocaine, possession of conen-US-en-US trolled substance.en-US Hendi Llerena, 29, 3100 W. Rolling Hills Ciren-US -en-US cle, Davie, three counts third degree grand en-US theft.en-US Amber Mae Cathrine Smiley, 33, 82315 en-US 19th Ave. SW, Fort Pierce, DUI fourth or subseen-US -en-US quent offense.en-US Brandon Gregory Kormanec, 28, 106 Indian en-US Ave., Sebastian, two counts violation of comen-US-en-US munity control.en-US Melinda Philbrook, 43, 2146 Baldwin Run, en-US Lady Lake, second degree arson, arson resulten-US -en-US ing in injury, burning to defraud insurer, false en-US info to law enforcement during felony investigaen-US -en-US tion.en-US Brionnah Latavius Williams, 24, 4845 29th en-US Ave., Vero Beach, tamper with or destroy evien-US-en-US dence.en-US Richard Dawayne Simmons Jr., 27, 375 S. en-US Waverly Place, Vero Beach, four counts battery en-US prior conviction.en-US Sharon R. Wolfe, 37, 8445 87th Ave., Vero en-US Beach, possession controlled substance.en-US Glentisha Shawnae Thomas, 20, 915 18th en-US Place, Vero Beach, two counts criminal misen-US -en-US chief.en-US Jonathan Daniel Spircoff, 21, 455 8th en-US Manor, Vero Beach, aggravated battery on en-US pregnant woman.en-US Amber Paige Anderson, 19, 490 14th Place, en-US Vero Beach, grand theft over $300.en-US Christopher Cornelius Tucker, 37, 420 en-US Delores Ave., Port St. Lucie, driving with en-US license suspended.en-US Juan Roberto Claudio, 32, 260 S. Elm St., en-US Fellsmere, three counts violation of probation.en-US Kendrick Jamaar Williams, 39, 1125 9th en-US Court, Vero Beach, possession of cocaine with en-US intent to sell, possession of controlled suben-US-en-US stance.en-US Bobby Sue Black, 23, 206 Davenport Ave. en-US West, Greenwood, S. Car., violation of probaen-US -en-US tion.en-US Kristen Marie Szalmary, 33, 1840 Wooden-US-en-US land Circle, Vero Beach, petit theft.en-US Janina Adriana Amantea, 22, 3765 Palm en-US Ave., Sebastian, violation of probation.en-US Jeffery Thomas Hart Jr., 34, 651 10th St., en-US Vero Beach, flee & elude police officer.en-US Edgar Eduardo Ferral, 26, 3320 49th Lane, en-US Vero Beach, possession controlled substance.en-US Sherman Leon Shelly, 47, 4250 26th Ave., en-US Gifford, first degree murder.en-US Mark Timothy Harris, 29, 240 Chester Ave., en-US Opelika, Ala., violation of probation.en-US Arash Bagherzadeh Khorsandi, 41, 925 Tall en-US Oaks Dr., Sebastian, trafficking heroin.en-US Christine Gail Khorsandi, 36, 925 Tall Oaks en-US Dr., Sebastian, trafficking heroin.en-US Michael Edward Gilbert, 55, 1535 27th Ave., en-US Vero Beach, possession controlled substance.en-US Cameron S. Seaman, 29, no address given, en-US burglary of dwelling.en-US Kyle John Simons, 34, 3285 2nd Place, en-US Vero Beach, aggravated assault/domestic vioen-US-en-US lence.en-US Marshell Denise Williams, 30, no address en-US given, child abuse, child neglect.en-US Corey Maliik Sheffield, 21, 8050 103rd St., en-US Jacksonville, grand theft auto, possession en-US cocaine.en-US Matthew Chase Collins, 24, homeless, en-US aggravated assault on law enforcement officer, en-US resisting arrest with violence, battery on law en-US enforcement officer, give false name while en-US detained, deprive officer of means of communien-US-en-US cation.en-US Michelle Thompson, 45, 31 S. Oleander St., en-US Fellsmere, violation of probation.en-US Natasha Marie Kennedy, 26, 1445 33rd en-US Ave., Vero Beach, violation of probation.en-US Brandi Antonette Rogers, 26, 4305 Metzger en-US Road, Fort Pierce, failure to appear.en-US Joshua A. Myers, 30, 1922 21st Ave., Vero en-US Beach, battery on security officer.en-USFellsmere en-US Police Department en-US Noe Montiel Jr., 17, 10023 Esperanza Ciren-US -en-US cle, Fellsmere, robbery with firearm, commit en-US second degree felony wearing mask or hood.en-USSebastian en-US Police Departmenten-US David D. Sarnelli, 64, 746 Rolling Hill Dr., en-US Sebastian, cultivation of cannabis.en-USVero Beach en-US Police Departmenten-US Leonardo F. Simms, 36, 2355 DeSoto Ave., en-US Vero Beach, violation of probation.en-US Destiny Shaniece Meadows, 28, 630 Valenen-US-en-US cia Circle SW, Vero Beach, possession of en-US methamphetamine.en-US Misty Mae McCoy, 36, homeless, violation en-US of probation.en-USEditors note: en-US This is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law. Full Service Done Right! 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en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, AUG. 31, 2018 en-US VERO BEACHen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 6en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2018, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson ...................................President Vernon D. Smith .................................. Managing Partner Don Hornbeck ..................................... Regional Circulation Manager Flora Wilkerson .................................... Circulation Admin istrator Robin Bevilacqua ................................ Human Resources Annita Ferrante ................................... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton .............................. Credit & Collections Kathy Young ........................................ Major/Natl. 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Paginator Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comVERO en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants and Raves section provides a chance for readers to share their thoughts with en-US other readers. The opinions included are not those of Hometown News or its employees.en-USPlease limit your submissions to 250 words, so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making slanderous or libelous statements. en-USSigns need regulationen-USSeeing the multitude of campaign signs at en-US every turn, in every ditch and all along the en-US roads, causes me to wonder if there are any en-US regulations, and how are they allowed on en-US property not belonging to the candidates?en-US And, who will pick them up afterwards?en-US'There ought to be a law'en-USMany people say there ought to be a law en-US about pounding bass speakers. There really en-US was a law; but no more.en-US After I retired from the New York Police en-US Department, I took a job in 1992 as a law en-US enforcement officer here. At that time, the en-US Florida Motor Vehicle and Traffic Law proen-US -en-US hibited loud music emanating from a motor en-US vehicle, if the music or noise could be heard en-US within a distance of about 20 feet from the en-US vehicle. We enforced that law when necesen-US -en-US sary, writing a uniform traffic citation.en-US Unfortunately, as a result of a lawsuit en-US claiming the law was unconstitutional in en-US that operators of motor vehicles had a conen-US -en-US stitutional right to play music as loud as en-US they wanted to, the court hearing the case en-US agreed. That is why loud music from a vehien-US -en-US cle is not enforced. (Local noise ordinances en-US may apply if at night.)en-US Although I am still a law enforcement en-US officer in my 48th year, all I can do now en-US when some individual, who will likely go en-US deaf in 20 years, pulls next to my patrol car en-US with music blaring, is to look at the operator en-US with a serious face. That usually results in en-US the music being turned down.en-USEnforce littering en-US laws on the beachen-USUnbelievably we still need to remind peoen-US -en-US ple not to litter.en-US We need to take some tax money and post en-US signs at all beach entrance accesses, on the en-US lifeguard stands and throughout the beach. en-US These signs should remind people to clean en-US up their trash and to not use the beach as en-US their ashtray. The signs should also post the en-US minimum fines for littering and most en-US importantly, the law should be enforced by en-US police and beach patrol.en-US The fines collected would help offset the en-US cost of enforcing the no littering law, but en-US more importantly help clean up the beaches. en-US How disgusting is it to see children playing en-US in cigarette butts at the beach or to see all en-US the cigarette butts piled up in the high-tide en-US line.en-USRight of center is Nazismen-USFor those who claim that voting for any en-US candidates "anywhere left of center" means en-US your vote would be one step closer to socialen-US -en-US ism/communism: following that logic, voten-US-en-US ing for anyone anywhere right of center en-US would bring us one step closer to Nazism.en-USEnsure a seniors well-beingen-USHeat exhaustion can sneak up, causing en-US increased body temperature, rapid pulse, en-US headache and fatigue. If you dont get cool, en-US youll dehydrate, possibly suffer a stroke, or en-US worse, die.en-US Of 8,000-plus heat-related fatalities en-US reported annually in the United States, 36 percent are among those age 65 and en-USolder, according to a Centers for Disease en-US Control Heat-Related Illness Survey. Hospien-US -en-US talizations for heat-related symptoms en-US increase for those older than 85.en-US Those with elderly friends, relatives or en-US neighbors are encouraged to take five minen-US -en-US utes to check in on them, particularly in en-US very hot weather. Studies show there are far en-US too few professional caregivers for aging en-US adults, a trend expected to continue for the next 10 years or more, so non-professionals en-USplay a vital role in keeping seniors safe. Given-US -en-US ing just a few minutes of your time to ensure en-US a seniors well-being can be highly rewarden-US -en-US ing. You might even save a life.en-USHelp to reduce media panicen-USYes, if you live in a coastal region in the en-US direct path of a major hurricane, you should en-US probably evacuate.en-US The media and governor had the entire en-US state worked up into a panic for last year's en-US "unprecedented" Irma. Sadly we did not en-US learn from "unprecedented" Matthew in en-US 2016. A hurricane slows down after it hits en-US land, If you live in Orlando and inland comen-US -en-US munities you probably don't need to evacuen-US -en-US ate. The Chicken Little local news and the en-US governor with their whole "get out now!" en-US and "you will die" was way over the top.en-US There were so many people evacuating en-US the highways were clogged for days and gas en-US stations ran out of gas. The people who en-US needed to evacuate, who kept cool and waiten-US-en-US ed to see where the storm was going to hit, en-US now had to hours and hours of traffic jams en-US and the possibility of going through the en-US storm out of gas on the side of the road.en-US Let's be a little smarter for the next one, en-US and by all means evacuate if you want to en-US play it safe, but please, don't let the media en-US sensationalism get us all worked up.en-USIrrigate politely, not the sidewalken-USReally people, your sidewalks are not en-US going to green up so would you stop sprinen-US -en-US kling them? If you cant, could you put your en-US irrigation timer on to water that zone before en-US sunrise, so that dog walkers and children en-US walking to school dont have to walk in the en-US street to avoid your sprinkler, which may be en-US using reclaimed water? (yuck.)en-USWe cant continue to pile up en-US problems for future generationsen-USMy children will never have the same en-US level of comfort that my husband and I have en-US had. I cant even imagine what the future en-US holds for my grandchildren.en-US Climate change may very well change life en-US on earth. Add to that the fact that our retireen-US -en-US ment years are more uncertain today than en-US ever before. Not only have we allowed the en-US economy to implode, weve made sure that en-US the next generations life expectancy is years en-US less than ours.en-US How did we let this happen? I think its en-US apathy. We saw things that were happening en-US but thought that someone else would do en-US something about it. I remember the saying en-US We are the ones weve been waiting for en-US and we didnt even realize it.en-US We cant continue to pile up all these en-US problems for future generations to solve. Do en-US something do anything but get up and en-US make a difference in your community.en-US Just as ripples spread out when a single en-US pebble is dropped into water, the actions of en-US individuals can have far-reaching effects. en-US (Dalai Lama) Local 4H en-USstudent en-US Joseph Bello, en-US 12, pets a en-US piglet during en-US this years AG en-US Bonanza.en-USAnthony Inswastyen-US staff photographeren-USMaking friends

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en-US 7 en-USfold from 7.7 to 21.4 percent. While these en-US increases are very positive, we are not done. en-US Working together with the NAACP, we can en-US build on these gains and ensure that all of en-US our students receive the highest quality eduen-US-en-US cation possible.en-US The School Board and the NAACP agreed en-US to meet every year to review the status of en-US desegregation. The Equity Committee will en-US monitor the district for three years before en-US the School Board can seek unitary status in en-US any remaining areas, and will continue to en-US operate for at least five years. en-US If at the end of three years the District en-US has satisfied the remaining parts of the court en-US order, the District will be entitled to end the en-US desegregation case, the NAACP agreed. If en-US the District has not satisfied the remaining en-US parts of the order, the Indian River NAACP en-US and School Board will discuss an additional en-US period of monitoring in such areas of en-US non-compliance.en-US If this works as planned, it could lead to en-US the end of court oversight of the School Disen-US -en-US trict, after more than 50 years, the NAACP en-US said. And, from the NAACPs perspective, en-US if the effort fails it may provide a record for en-US heightened court oversight or additional en-US relief from the court.en-US Tony Brown said the NAACP is holding en-US out hope that there might be light at the end en-US of the long tunnel. Mr. Brown said the en-US agreement can be a step in the right direcen-US-en-US tion if done right. Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! Fine Line II Collision and PaintWe Aim to Exceed Your Expectations We have built our reputation on fast, courteous, and quality service to our customers.We Accept All Major Insurances9055 16TH PL Vero Beach FL 32966 www.nelineofvero.com 772.299.7483 Orthopedic Foot Conditions IncludingBunions Hammertoes Corns Calluses Heel Pain Ingrown & Fungal Toenails Diabetic Foot Care Arthritis Warts Injuries Custom Orthotics & Diabetic ShoesSame Day Appointments Over 30 Years of ExperienceVERO BEACH 1285 36TH ST SUITE 203 WWW.KALISHFOOTCARE.COM DUAL BOARD CERTIFIED MEDICAL & SURGICAL FOOT SPECIALIST PODIATRIST7725670111 DUAL BOARD CERTIFIED MEDICAL & SURGICAL FOOT SPECIALIST PODIATRIST www.KalishFootCare.com772-567-0111 Thank you for voting us the Hometown BEST! Dr. Kalish and Sta Orthopedic Foot Conditions Including Bunions Hammertoes Corns Calluses Heel Pain Ingrown & Fungal Toenails Diabetic Foot Care Arthritis Warts Injuries Custom Orthotics & Diabetic Shoes Same Day AppointmentsOver 30 Years of Experience 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Vero Beach 1285 36TH ST SUITE 203 en-USQuazzie is a five-year old neutered male orange tabby mixed breed en-US cat. He came to the Humane Society in July. This big, handsome en-US guy previously lived in a home with two other cats. Quazzie is curien-US -en-US ous, and he enjoys being out of his kitty condo to explore the cat en-US room. Hes friendly, but he may get a bit carried away while playing en-US and nibble on you. Quazzie is a mellow dude whod love to plop en-US down next to you on your couch for football season!en-US Call the Humane Society at (772) 388-3331 or visit the shelter at en-US 6230 77th St., Vero Beach. Visit en-USwww.hsvb.orgen-US to see more anien-US-en-US mals for adoption. Looking for a home en-USLast call for In Season! en-USAttention, Treasure Coast nonprofits, en-US studios, galleries, museums, playhouses, en-US historical sites, symphonies, tourist sites, en-US community clubs, support groups and en-US more:en-US The calendar in Hometown News In en-US Season publications this year will cover en-US the end of September through April 2019. en-US For this year, each county's calendar will en-US focus on local events and also include as en-US many area events of general interest as en-US space permits. This means even more en-US exposure for your events, as well as for en-US your organization, so please send in your en-US info early enough we'd love to make en-US sure you're included!en-US The deadline for submission of events en-US to be considered for this will be en-USSaturday, en-US Sept. 1. en-US As a general guide for style, format and en-US length, please look at the weekly calendar en-US and Out & about listings we run each en-US week.en-US Send your calendar items and event en-US schedules by email to en-USnewsfp@hometownen-US -en-US newsol.comen-US. (Please write "In Season" in en-US the subject line of your email.)en-US You can also submit events online at en-US www.hometownnewsirc.com, www.homeen-US -en-US townnewsmc.comen-US or en-US www.hometownen-US -en-US newsslc.com.en-US For more information, call (772) 465-en-US 5656, email us through the address above, en-US or message us through Facebook. en-USProgressen-USFrom page 4

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en-US 8 en-USnew and current appraisal of the property is en-US completed, and other options for the propen-US -en-US erty may be entertained and discussed.en-US City Clerk Tammy Bursick read a letter en-US from former Councilmember Tom White en-US that said in part This property will grow in en-US value back to where it once was, as our comen-US -en-US munity is discovered. Dont give it away.en-US Mayor Howle, who along with Vice-Mayen-US -en-US or Sykes questioned the relevance of the en-US opinions of the former Councilmembers, en-US then said Now that we all know where a en-US council from 13 years ago stands, we can en-US move on to our presentation by Mr. Mark en-US Hulbert.en-US Mr. Hulbert began by noting that residenen-US -en-US tial homes had been removed from his prior en-US proposal.en-US The last time I was here, a component of en-US residential town homes was not popular, so en-US we agreed to take it off of the site plan, Mr. en-US Hulbert said.en-US Mr. Hulberts current proposal, called en-US Dodgertown Urban Center, envisions the en-US mixed use of an urban market, restaurants, en-US professional office space, and other comen-US -en-US mercial uses.en-US I like the idea and Im very interested in en-US the idea, said Council Member Val Zudans. en-US I want to comment on a prior City Council en-US paying $9.9 million for this property. I think en-US it was a huge mistake. If you wouldnt be en-US going out and buying that property today, en-US then you probably shouldnt be owning it. en-US Were not really supposed to be property en-US owners. I think that we should look for what en-US is the best use of this property. I also think en-US its important to recognize that when you en-US have a private business on these properties, en-US commercial businesses in particular, youre en-US talking about tax revenue going forward in en-US the future, not just the sale price of this en-US property. And youre talking about busien-US -en-US nesses.en-US I also think that we are in desperate need en-US of more hotel space in our community. I en-US dont want people doing short term rentals en-US in my neighborhood, and part of the reason en-US they do that is because theres not enough en-US hotel space.en-US Councilmember Moss said the council of en-US 2005 made the purchase of the land in the en-US interests of leaving a legacy of open space in en-US the community. If we sell at such a low en-US price, not only have we lost money, weve en-US lost our open space. That makes no sense.en-US City resident Alma Lee Loy asked the en-US Council to slow down and gauge the opinen-US -en-US ions of the community before proceeding.en-US Our quality of life has been a major en-US ingredient in the development of this special en-US city, said Ms. Loy. We need a specific plan en-US for our recreation areas, green spaces. Now en-US is the time to get a bona fide record of citien-US -en-US zens desires upon which to make decisions.en-US Ms. Loy called for a professional survey of en-US park inventory and citizens opinions to en-US determine what the citizens want regarding en-US green spaces.en-US We need a moratorium until the results en-US of the surveys are available, said Ms. Loy. en-US No changes until the desires of our constiten-US-en-US uents are in hand, adding that those suren-US -en-US veys should be used as a blueprint for future en-US development.en-US I believe land use to be the most importen-US-en-US ant issue facing our city today, summarized en-US Councilmember Moss. Specifically, open en-US space will prove to be the key defining feaen-US -en-US ture in the decades to come and, with water, en-US our most precious resource. It is open space en-US that differentiates us from others and creen-US -en-US ates the context for the civility, gentility, and en-US livability within our beautiful city. We literen-US -en-US ally are able to breathe more freely here as a en-US result of it. One need drive only a short disen-US -en-US tance south to be reminded how precious a en-US place Vero Beach is.en-US Mr. Hulbert said a rough target to start en-US building would be six months, if the conen-US -en-US tract negotiations and discussions with both en-US the city and the county go smoothly.en-US The vote taken was only to allow the city en-US to begin negotiating a contract, not on any en-US specific contract. The City Council could en-US still vote not to accept whatever contract is en-US negotiated. Answers Located in the Classied Section Course en-USFrom page 1en-US watering plants, weeding and pruning, en-US propagating plants, planting new plant en-US species in pots and maintaining the nursery en-US inventory. Please bring sunscreen and a en-US reusable water bottle. en-US To volunteer, please en-US RSVP toen-US volunteer@teamorca.org en-US or call en-US (772) 467-1600. en-USTHURSDAY, SEPT. 6 en-US THURSDAY, OCT. 11en-US en-US Mindfulness class:en-US Six week class will en-US be offered by the Mental Health Association en-US from 11 a.m. to noon, Thursdays through en-US Oct. 11 at the Walk-in Center, 820 37th en-US Place, Vero Beach. Pre-registration is en-US required. $20 per class; pay in advance for en-US all classes, get sixth class free. en-US For more en-US information or to register, call (772) 569-en-US 9788.en-USSATURDAY, SEPT. 8en-US en-US Tunnel to Towers 5k Run & Walk:en-US 7:30-en-US 9:30 a.m., Riverside Park, 3001 Riverside en-US Park Drive, Vero Beach. Race honors the life en-US and death of Stephen Siller, a New York City en-US firefighter who lost his life on Sept. 11, 2001, en-US after strapping on his gear and running en-US through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the en-US Twin Towers. Honor all of those who lost their en-US lives on that day and support first en-US responders and military. The run/walk is en-US 3.43 miles and walking or running are both en-US welcome. There will also be a one-mile en-US memorial walk that day within the park, en-US starting at the same time and place as the en-US run just follow the signs for the walk. The en-US memorial walk is $20 in advance for en-US participants ages 12+; $25 on race day. en-US T-shirts are only guaranteed for the first 300 en-US participants of the walk or the run. en-US For more en-US information or to register, visit en-US www.en-US eventbrite.en-US com/e/2018-tunnel-to-towers-5k-run-walk-en-US vero-beach-registration-42712456106en-US en-US United Way Day of Caring 2018:en-US 8 a.m. en-US to 2 p.m. Show some community love by en-US volunteering for various projects to help en-US nonprofits. The day will start at First en-US Presbyterian Church of Vero Beach, where en-US United Way of Indian River County will en-US announce its goal for their 2018-2019 en-US annual campaign. Volunteers will be en-US assigned to do fun hands-on work on various en-US projects throughout the community. en-US For more en-US information, visit en-US www.unitedwayirc.org/en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 1

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en-US THROUGH FRIDAY, AUG. 31en-US en-US Exhibit:en-US A new exhibit at the Foyer en-US Gallery of Ida Y. Robles will run from July 1 en-US through Aug. 31. Ida Y Robles is a local artist en-US and will be showing her colorful, acrylic en-US paintings on canvas. Her work is figurative en-US with an emphasis on portraits. Her exhibit en-US can be seen from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday en-US through Friday in the Emerson Center, 1590 en-US 27th Ave., Vero Beach. All are welcome. en-US Admission is free. en-USFor more information, en-US contact Ellen Rantz at (772) 581-5904.en-GB en-GB "It's A Jungle Out There!" exhibit:en-GB en-GB McKee Botanical Garden, 350 US Highway 1, en-GB Vero Beach. Journey back to the days of en-GB McKee Jungle Gardens as 24 beautiful en-GB hand-crafted African jungle animals made of en-GB recycled metal, created specifically for en-GB McKee, are on display throughout the en-GB Garden. Lions will peer through the palms, en-GB elephants will stroll silently through the en-GB underbrush joined by giraffes, a hippo, a en-GB zebra and many other jungle dwellers en-GB ranging in size from 3' to 16'. en-GB Call (772) en-GB 794-0601 or visit en-GB www.mckeegarden.org.en-USFRIDAY, AUG. 31en-GB en-GB Downtown Friday: Street party along en-GB14th Avenue in downtown Vero Beach from en-GB 6-9 p.m. on the last Friday of the month. Live en-GB music, food, fun, crafts, more. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 643-6872 or email en-GB info@mainstreetverobeach.org. 778-5461 760 S. US 1 VERO BEACH Mon: Closed Tues-Fri: Breakfast 6:30-11am Lunch 11am-3pm Sat: Breakfast 7:30-11am Lunch 11-3pmSun: Breakfast only 7:30-1pm South Vero Square Shopping Center (Between Publix & Movie Gallery) WE ARE ON VACATION CLOSED TUESDAY 82818 RE OPEN TUESDAY 9418 3 Lessons For $20 INDIAN RIVER BALLROOM (772) 794-9040 845 16th Place Vero Beach Don't Watch e Stars Be One! Want to Dance? your body will follow! ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USAries, you may want to pull the covers over en-US your head and stay in bed all week long, but en-US thats just not possible. If you dust yourself off en-US and get out there, youll get back on track.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USDont lose your patience if you need to repeat en-US yourself a few times before your point comes en-US across to others, Taurus. Eventually, others en-US will start to come around.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, do not worry even if your workload en-US seems overwhelming. Relief is on the way. A en-US hero will swoop in and take some of the en-US responsibility off your shoulders.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USHappy times in your life have you exhibiting en-US good will toward others, Cancer. Maybe youll en-US give a coworker a break or cast some good en-US vibes on a friend.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USIt is important to have goals, but not at the en-US expense of friendships, Leo. If you have to put en-US success over the needs of others, it may not en-US be worth it. Wait until everything jibes.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USHaving a plan in place at all times is your saven-US -en-US ing grace, Virgo. When something unexpected en-US happens this week, you will be able to handle en-US it without breaking a sweat.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USTwo friends or family members may try to put en-US you in the middle of their quarrel, Libra. This is en-US an unenviable situation. Try to remain as neuen-US-en-US tral as possible.en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USThough it may be challenging, spend more en-US time engaging in frivolous activities this week en-US rather than more serious pursuits. Show othen-US -en-US ers you can let loose, Scorpio.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USSagittarius, you may get an inkling that en-USHoroscopesen-USGrunge band Puddle of Mudd en-US brings new lineup to Hirams en-USSEBASTIAN Wes Scantlin, one of the en-US original bad boys of grunge rock, brings his en-US reformed Puddle of Mudd to Capt. Hirams en-US on Sept. 3. en-US The aptly named Resurrection Tour 2018 en-US features the line-up Mr. Scantlin put togethen-US-en-US er in 2014 to revive the band that had broen-US -en-US ken up in 1999.en-US Puddle of Mudd was formed in Kansas en-US City in 1991. The band has sold over seven en-US million albums and has had several hit rock en-US singles including Psycho, Famous, en-US Livin on Borrowed Time and We Dont en-US Have To Look Back Now. Their album en-US Come Clean has sold over five million en-US copies.en-US While we dont want to list all the incien-US-en-US dents that have given Mr. Scantlin a reputaen-US -en-US tion for hard living, trust us, there are plenen-US -en-US ty. Suffice it to say that anything at all can en-US happen at a Puddle of Mudd concert, or in en-US the car on the way to the concert, or at the en-US airport where the band arrives. Or on vacaen-US -en-US tion at Graceland, from which he was en-US banned in 2007 for jumping into Elvis en-US swimming pool.en-US Mr. Scantlin is the only original member en-US in the current version that came together in en-US 2014 with Matt Fuller on rhythm guitar, en-US lead guitar, backing vocals, Dave Moreno en-US on drums, backing vocals, and Michael en-US John Adams on bass, and backing vocals.en-US Wes Scantlin sings lead vocals and plays en-US rhythm guitar. Mr. Scantlin has been ranked en-US in the Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists by Hit en-US Parader magazine. He often tours with en-US Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell, en-US playing acoustic versions of Alice in Chains en-US songs.en-US Joining Puddle of Mudd at Capt. Hirams en-US will be Shallow Side, Tantric, The Veer en-US Union, and Saliva.en-US The show is open to those 16 and over, en-US but minors under 18 must be accompanied en-US by a parent or guardian.en-US General admission tickets are $25 in en-US advance or $30 at the door. Tickets are en-US available at en-US www.hirams.com.en-US This is a rain en-US or shine event. Doors open at 6 p.m., show en-US 6:30-11:30 p.m. Capt Hirams Resort is en-US located at 1606 N. Indian Drive, Sebastian. Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USPuddle of Mudden-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 10en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 11 Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, AUG. 31, 2018 en-US VERO BEACHen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 9en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com

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en-US 10 en-USVERO BEACH The Vero Beach Lifeen-US -en-US guard Association has a full day of fun en-US events scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 2, closing en-US with the Abnormal Barefoot Formal. The en-US central gathering point for the day is Walen-US -en-US dos Restaurant.en-US First up is the Race to the Wreck at 7 a.m. en-US Register on site or in advance at en-USwww.VBLA.en-US orgen-US The Race to the Wreck features a 1,000-en-US yard swim and three-mile paddle. There is en-US an entry fee of $25 to compete.en-US At 4 p.m., the Poker Pub Crawl gathers at en-US Waldos. You dont need to know how to play en-US poker. Youll be guided the whole way. Paren-US -en-US ticipants in the crawl are encouraged to en-US dress for the Barefoot Beach Ball in their en-US wackiest. The crawl will leave Waldos at en-US 4:30 p.m. and parade down Ocean Drive to en-US Vero Beachs favorite beachside bars includen-US -en-US ing Grape and Grind, Orchid Island Brewen-US -en-US ery and the Bungalow.en-US Crawl-goers will then return to Waldos en-US around 6:15 p.m. for free food and music en-US while winners of the poker stroll are en-US announced, and then Beach Ball favorite en-US pastimes like Pin the Whistle on the Lifeen-US -en-US guard, pie-eating contest, and pictures with en-US the mermaids.en-US The Fourth Annual Abnormal Barefoot en-US Formal takes place 6:30-8:30 p.m. Last year, en-US the sold-out event, and guests come dressed en-US in formal attire with a silly spin, everything en-US from bowties with beach trunks to bikinis. en-US This zany barefoot black tie event is fun en-US for the whole family. en-US Guests will be treated to great music, tasty en-US food, beach giveaways, and more. Fun activen-US-en-US ities are planned to keep the mood merry en-US until sunset at 7:41 p.m., when the hunk en-US dunk puts the lifeguards in the water. Then, en-US all in attendance will simultaneously jump en-US in the ocean still dressed in their funky finen-US -en-US ery.en-US All events benefit The Vero Beach Lifeen-US-en-US guard Association. Fundraising for VBLA en-US has allowed the lifeguards to restore 9 a.m.en-US 5 p.m. protection. The VBLA also increased en-US lifeguards and minimized the rolling cloen-US -en-US sures of protected beaches that occur due to en-US understaffing. There are now ATVs at every en-US tower, so the guards can get to those in need en-US faster. en-US The next vital step is for a lifeguard tower en-US at Humiston Beach to greatly increase effecen-US -en-US tiveness and view in one of the busiest beach en-US areas, serving both tourists and residents.en-US Waldos Restaurant is located at 3150 en-US Ocean Dr., Vero Beach. For more informaen-US-en-US tion, call (772) 360-7166 or (908) 797-8725. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11TAPESTRY A TRIBUTE TO CAROLE KINGTHURSDAY, JANUARY 17EARLY ELTON THE ELTON JOHN HITS FROM 1970-1972THURSDAY, JANUARY 31THE LONG RUN PERFORMING THE EAGLES HITSFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE FLEETWOOD MACS RUMOURSTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14THE McCARTNEY YEARS A PAUL McCARTNEY CONCERT EXPERIENCETHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21KARLA BONOFF AND JONATHAN EDWARDSTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28PERFORMER TBATHURSDAY, MARCH 7FULL MOON FEVER A NIGHT OF TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERSFRIDAY, MARCH 15ONE NIGHT IN MEMPHIS CARL PERKINS, JOHNNY CASH, JERRY LEE LEWIS AND ELVIS PRESLEYTHURSDAY, MARCH 21JIMMY WEBB AMERICAN SONGWRITER, COMPOSER & SINGERTHURSDAY, APRIL 4CLASSIC ALBUMS LIVE LED ZEPPELIN I IWEDNESDAY, APRIL 10MAX WEINBERGS JUKEBOX PERFORMING ROCK & ROLL CLASSICS2019 SERIESFOR MORE INFO: 772-234-4412 parisproductionsvero@gmail.com FOR BEST SEATS...BUY NOW! WWW.MUSICWORKSCONCERTS.COM (800) 595-4849All Concerts are at 7 pm at The Emerson Center 1590 27th Ave., Vero Beach, FL Live from Vero BeachSM is a Production of MusicWorks, Inc. & Paris Productions Our Non-prot Partners include: City of Vero Beach Centennial Cultural Council of IRC Hope for Families Center Quail Valley Charities The Emerson Center Printing Sponsor: ABC Printing Screen Sponsor: The Majestic 11 en-USLouise Novello, of Vero Beach, took her copy of Homeen-US -en-US town News to The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas where en-US it really feels like you are in Venice. She attended a en-US family wedding and had a wild June 2nd weekend. en-US Thanks for taking us along! en-USAre you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-US take us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one (or en-US more) of our Treasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique or en-US exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the Bahamas, en-US bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to en-US news@hometownnewsol.comen-US and include en-US your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the photo en-US was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line.en-USTouring with the Townies en-USFull day of beach en-US events Sunday to en-US help lifeguardsen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USFRIDAY, AUG. 31 SATURDAY, SEPT. 1en-US en-US Howl at the Moon Experience Totally en-US Awesome '80s party: en-USShows are at 7:30 en-US p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Howl performances take en-US place on the Waxlax Stage at Riverside en-US Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park Drive, Vero en-US Beach. Howl tickets: $12 for general en-US admission reserved seating; $18-22 per en-US person for reserved table seating. Celebraen-US -en-US tion packages available. en-US Call (772) 231-en-US 6990 or visit en-US www.riversidetheatre.com.en-USTHURSDAY, SEPT. 6en-GB en-GB Classic movies with a 'twist:'en-GB First en-GB Thursday of each month, 2-4 p.m., North en-GB Indian River County Library meeting room, en-GB 1001 Sebastian Boulevard, Sebastian. Free. en-GB Refreshments served, and there will be a en-GB short movie trivia contest with prizes. en-GBCall en-GB (772) 589-1355 or visiten-GB www.irclibrary.org.en-GB en-GB Teen Back to School Night:en-GB 3 p.m., en-GB Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. en-GB Learn about the library's Teen Advisory en-GB Group and upcoming events. Check out the en-GB newly designed young adult (YA) area, enjoy en-GB some snacks, and create altered book art! en-GB Grades 7-12 welcome. en-GBFor more information, en-GB contact Jessica Matthews at (772) 770-en-GB 5060, ext. 4121, or en-GB jmatthews@irclibrary.orgen-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 7en-GB en-GB Friday Matinee Movies:en-GB Noon, Main en-GB Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. Bring en-GB a bag lunch and enjoy a movie and popcorn en-GB on the library. Feature films for adults, first en-GB Friday each month through December. No en-USOuten-USFrom page 9 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 11 Stumps Topping Removals Trimming Pruning Shaping Mangrove Trimming Maintenance ContractsDEAN & TRISH MORALES TRUE NATIVE OWNERS7725630830 7725896660L.I. TREE SERVICE Competitors? Yes! a "few" Competition? "None" EXPERT CARE FOR YOUR TREES HURRICANE DISASTER RELIEF Your Readers Choice Winner for the past 6 Years! R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S FREE ESTIMATES QUALITY GUARANTEED SINCE 1988 LICENSED & INSURED

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en-US 11 en-USchange is ahead, but you cant pinpoint which en-US direction its coming from. Just be at the ready for en-US anything that seems unusual.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USCapricorn, when someone challenges you, its en-US best to not get defensive. This may seem like you en-US are admitting guilt. Instead, do not engage this en-US person much.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USAquarius, when work pressures get to you, its en-US best to take a little time off on the weekend to en-US think about anything but work. Immerse yourself en-US in a hobby.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USTravel plans may be slightly delayed, but theyre en-US not completely off the table, Pisces. Dont worry en-US about having to unpack those bags just yet.en-GBregistration required, free and open to the en-GB public. en-GB Call Hollie at (772) 226-3080.en-GB en-GB First Friday Gallery Stroll:en-GB Galleries and en-GB businesses in historic downtown Vero Beach en-GB participate in this stroll, held from 5-8 p.m. en-GB on the first Friday each month. The stroll is en-GB based along 14th Avenue from 19th Street en-GB to 23rd Street and the surrounding area. en-GB For en-GB more information, call (772) 643-6782 or en-GB visit en-GB www.mainstreetverobeach.org.en-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 7 SATURDAY, SEPT. 8en-US en-US The Comedy Zone Experience:en-US Shows en-US are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., plus free en-US music on Live in the Loop outdoor stage. en-US Comedy performances take place on the en-US Waxlax Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 en-US Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach. $12 per en-US person for general admission reserved en-US seating; $16-18 per person for reserved en-US seating. Celebration and VIP packages also en-US available. en-US Call (772) 231-6990 or visit en-US www.en-US riversidetheatre.com.en-USTUESDAY, SEPT. 11 SUNDAY, SEPT. 23en-US en-US Yankee Tavern:en-US Vero Beach Theatre en-US Guild, 2020 San Juan Ave, Vero Beach. en-USCall en-US the box office at (772) 562-8300 or visiten-US en-US www.verobeachtheatreguild.com.en-USSATURDAY, SEPT. 15en-US en-US National Estuaries Day Celebration:en-US 9 en-US a.m. to noon, Environmental Learning Center, en-US 255 Live Oak Drive, Vero Beach. Enjoy pond en-US dip-netting, quick canoe trips under shaded en-US mangrove tunnels, seining in the lagoon en-US (depending on water level), Critter Fun Facts en-US talk, touch tanks, plus 1-1/2 miles of en-US boardwalks and EcoFIT trails. Admission is en-US $5 for adults and children age 12 and older, en-US $3 for ages 2-11, free for younger children, en-US ELC members, and with proof of financial en-US need.Ven-US isit en-US www.discoverelc.org. rfntbn f r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nrrrfnrtbtrrrrfrrrrrrnrtrrrfnrnrrrfrfnrtbrnf nnnnfrrrt tn Out en-USFrom page 10en-USScopesen-USFrom page 9 en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting en-US a photo of your most recent catch straight from local waters.en-US Email a photo of you with your fish that is at least 1 MB or 300 dpi in size en-US to news@hometownnewsol.com. en-US Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject line, and in the body of the email, en-US please include the following information:en-US Your nameen-US City you live inen-US Age (if 18 or younger)en-US Type of fishen-US Approximate size of fishen-US Area you caught the fishen-US Phone number in case we have questions (will not be printed) Bryson Smith, en-US4, of Port St. en-US Lucie, caught a en-US baby Bluegill in en-US south Port St. en-US Lucie.en-USNice en-US Catch! en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY Impact 100, one of the en-US Indian River Countys most influential granting organizaen-US-en-US tions, is inviting nonprofits to attend an information session en-US Sept. 12. The meeting at Northern Trust in Vero Beach will en-US provide applicants with all the information and resources en-US needed to apply for a $100,000 grant.en-US This begins Impact 100s 11th grant-giving year. Indian en-US River Impact 100 was formed in 2008, with a goal of pooling en-US $1,000 grants from donors to make transformational grants en-US to needy nonprofits. The organization only funds projects en-US that will change the community in significant, meaningful en-US ways.en-US The original goal was to find 100 women to each donate en-US $1,000. That first year, Impact 100 recruited 205 members. en-US Membership has increased to 439 members now, making it en-US one of the largest womens collective giving organizations in en-US the country.en-US Each member contributes $1,000, all of which is distributen-US -en-US ed as grants. Indian River County nonprofits may apply for en-US grants in four focus areas: family, health and wellness, eduen-US-en-US cation, and enrichment and environment.en-US Eligible grants must meet six requirements:en-US 1. Project must be implemented in and serve residents of en-US Indian River County.en-US 2. Requests must be for at least $100,000. Grant projects en-US over $100,000 must show the ability to fund the total projen-US -en-US ect.en-US 3. Recipients must use the funds within two years of grant en-US award.en-US 4. The project must be operational within two years of en-US grant award.en-US 5. Recipients must provide interim progress reports and a en-US final report.en-US 6. If the grant project is going to last longer than two en-US years, there must be clear plans for sustainability.en-US When evaluating proposals, Impact 100 asks four key en-US questions:en-US 1. Does the organization have the strength, capacity and en-US capability to successfully administer the grant?en-US 2. Does the project have high impact?en-US 3. Is the project transformational?en-US 4. Is the project sustainable?en-US All nonprofit organizations serving Indian River County en-US residents are invited to attend the information session. The en-US meeting will provide resources to help applicants submit en-US their grant. The Grant Committee will be on hand to explain en-US the requirements and required documentation.en-US We are excited to kick off the 2018-19 Impact 100 year by en-US meeting and sharing our grants process with local nonprofen-US-en-US its, said Grants Chair Brenda Cetrulo. A transformational en-US grant project is a unique opportunity for nonprofits to think en-US big and make an impact on the community in a distinct way en-US from the traditional, transactional grants. The Nonprofit en-US Information Session is Impact 100s chance to empower the en-US potential grant applicant to submit a grant that meets our en-US rigorous requirements. I encourage all nonprofits to come en-US regardless of where you are in the grant writing process.en-US The information session takes place Sept. 12 from 9-10:30 en-US a.m. at Northern Trusts Community Room, 755 Beachland en-US Blvd., Vero Beach. To register, visit the events page at www.en-US impact100ir.com. en-US For information about eligibility and applying for a grant, en-US go to en-USwww.impact100ir.com.en-USImpact 100 invites new grant applicationsen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com

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