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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. 2 www.HometownNewsIRC.com en-USFriday, Sept. 7, 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. 8 en-US en-US United Way Day of en-US Caring 2018:en-US 8 a.m. to 2 en-US p.m. Show some community en-US love by volunteering for en-US various projects to help en-US nonprofits. The day will start en-US at First Presbyterian Church en-US of Vero Beach, where United en-US Way of Indian River County en-US will announce its goal for en-US their 2018-2019 annual en-US campaign. Volunteers will be en-US assigned to do fun hands-on en-US work on various projects en-US throughout the community. en-US For more information, visit en-US www.unitedwayirc.org/en-US en-US Tunnel to Towers 5k en-US Run & Walk:en-US 7:30-9:30 a.m., en-US Riverside Park, 3001 en-US Riverside Park Drive, Vero en-US Beach. Race honors the life en-US and death of Stephen Siller, a en-US New York City firefighter who en-US lost his life on Sept. 11, en-US 2001, after strapping on his en-US gear and running through the en-US Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to en-US the Twin Towers. Honor all of en-US those who lost their lives on en-US that day and support first en-US responders and military. The en-US run/walk is 3.43 miles and en-US walking or running are both en-US welcome. There will also be a en-US one-mile memorial walk that en-US day within the park, starting en-US at the same time and place en-US as the run just follow the en-US signs for the walk. The en-US memorial walk is $20 in en-US advance for participants ages en-USCommunity en-US Calendar en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY Four Indian en-US River County election races remain undecided, en-US with the top two candidates in each heading to a en-US runoff in the Nov. general election.en-US In the School Board District 2 race, the top two en-US vote getters were Jacqueline Rosario, with 30.92 en-US percent, 8,889 votes, and Merchon Green, with en-US 30.75 percent, 8,840 votes. en-US As neither received 50 peren-US -en-US cent, they will face off in en-US November.en-US In the School Board Disen-US-en-US trict 4 race, Teri Barenborg en-US received 42.02 percent, en-US 12,026 votes. Shell face Stacey Klim, who received en-US 35.99 percent, 10,301 votes. en-USFour local races head en-US to November runoffs en-USCounty en-US plans work en-US on unpaved en-US roads en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY As en-US county commissioners debated the en-US maintenance of unpaved roads on Aug. en-US 14, comments from a resident brought en-US the discussion into clear focus.en-US After Public Works Director Richard en-US Szpyrka mentioned big potholes that en-US swallow a car on some of the countys en-US unpaved roads, mostly in rural areas, en-US Henry Kantorski of 103rd St. in Fellsen-US -en-US mere said that was our street.en-US Weve gone through three cars in two en-US years driving back and forth down the en-US road, Mr. Kantorski said. We couldnt en-US wait any longer. So between me and one en-US other homeowner on that street, we paid en-US $1,300. We spent another $1,400 this en-US year on filling in the holes ourselves, en-US and having it graded so emergency vehien-US-en-US cles could at least make it to our properen-US -en-US ty. Four days ago, during the bad thunen-US-en-US derstorm, lightning struck and the en-US preserve right behind our house caught en-US on fire. They wouldnt have been able to en-US get down there if we didnt do the road en-US ourselves at the beginning of this year.en-US The comments of Mr. Kantorski, who en-US said he moved to the property to take en-US care of grandparents who can no longer en-US get around, were an example of the real-en-US life consequences of unmaintained en-US roads.en-US County commissioners have been en-US discussing options for a long-term soluen-US -en-US tion that would improve the current siten-US -en-US uation, where the county does not mainen-US en-USSwing, batter! en-USSeeen-US en-US RUNOFFSen-US page 7 Anthony Inswasty/staff photographer en-USThe Indian River Tribe won their game against the Palm Beach Garden Gamen-US -en-US blers 5-2 on Monday, Sept. 3 at Historic Dodgertowns Labor Day Beach Bash en-US in Vero Beach. Here, Tribe player Jack Carpenter (No. 22) hits into left field. en-US Later, the championship game of the tournament ended in a 2-2 tie, with Doden-US -en-US gertown declaring both the Indian River Tribe and East Coast Xtreme as en-US co-champions of the Labor Day Beach Bash.en-USSeeen-US en-US ROADSen-US, page 4en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 4 en-USINDEX Classified 11 Crossword en-US10 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 shy, affectionate en-US cat? Visit the Humane en-US Society en-USMEET MIDNIGHT en-USVISIT US ONLINEen-USWant to catch up on a en-US favorite columnist or see en-US more pictures and more en-US community news? en-USMISSING A en-US FAVORITE FEATURE? en-USSTAYING IN TOUCH Want to be sure you know what's going on around the en-USTreasure Coast? Email en-US newsfp@hometownnewsol.com en-US with "newsletter" in the subject line.

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en-US 3 en-US 'Shoo the Flu' vaccination en-US clinics began Sept. 4en-USFlu season is already fast approaching, en-US and the Visiting Nurse Association (VNA) en-US is preparing for its 26th season of its annual en-US Shoo the Flu vaccination program. en-US Public vaccination clinics began Sept. 4 en-US and will be held Mondays from 3-5 p.m., en-US and each Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saten-US -en-US urday from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at VNA en-US Hidden Treasures Vero Beach (656 21st en-US Street). en-US At VNA Hidden Treasures Sebastian en-US (11646 US Hwy 1), flu vaccinations will be en-US available Wednesdays and Saturdays from en-US 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. en-US Those who get their flu shot at any of the en-US Hidden Treasures clinics will receive a couen-US-en-US pon to the hospice thrift store for 50 percent en-US off any one item. en-US To receive a flu shot from the VNA, indien-US-en-US viduals should bring their primary insuren-US -en-US ance card. Those without health insurance, en-US or who are unable to afford the cost of a flu en-US shot, can call VNA Community Wellness en-US Manager, Paula Thibideau, LPN, at (772) en-US 978-5524 for more options.en-US The VNA will offer three types of flu vacen-US-en-US cinations: a preservative-free high-dose en-US vaccine, a preservative-free quadrivalent en-US vaccine and a regular quadrivalent vaccine. en-US The high-dose vaccine contains four times en-US the number of antigens and is only for those en-US individuals who are 65 years or older. The en-US quadrivalent vaccine is for individuals 10 en-US years or older and offers broader coverage en-US than the regular flu shot. en-US All VNA flu vaccines are manufactured in en-US the United States, and money raised from en-US the VNAs Shoo the Flu program stays in en-US the community and supports the agency, en-US allowing the non-profit to provide care to en-US anyone in the community who needs qualien-US -en-US ty home health and hospice services, includen-US-en-US ing those who do not have adequate healthen-US -en-US care coverage for much needed care.en-US The VNAs priority is to keep the commuen-US -en-US nity healthy, and the organization encouragen-US-en-US es all area residents to get their flu shot early en-US in the season. A schedule for additional en-USCommunity notes rfn tbrb tnn Spadas16th Place90th Ave. I-95S.R. 60 Exit 147 n f t r trf f fn Full Service Auto Repair We install3 Years/100,000 Miles Parts & Labor Nationwide Warranty Exp 9-30-18 New Patients Only*In the absence of periodontal disease General and Oral Surgery Restoration Implants Prosthodontics Porcelain Veneers Whitening Treatment Expertly Done, Beautifully Aordable FREE!Second opinion Consultation VERO BEACH Vero Beach City Coun en-US-en-US cilmember Laura Moss will hold a Town en-US Hall Friday, Sept. 7, at 5 p.m., in the Masonen-US -en-US ic Lodge in Vero Beach. Then on Monday, en-US Sept. 10, County Commissioner Bob Solari en-US will hold a Town Hall at 5:30 p.m. at the iG en-US Center.en-US This is planned as the first of what hopeen-US -en-US fully will be an ongoing event, Counen-US -en-US cilmember Moss told Hometown News. The en-US inaugural Town Hall with Laura Moss will en-US be hosted by the Vero Beach Chamber of en-US Commerce.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 city en-US itself, the people, said Councilmember en-US Moss. I hope to address that need through en-US the Town Hall. It will offer the community en-US an opportunity to interact with me and with en-US each other in a way that does not currently en-US exist.en-US Councilmember Moss will make a brief en-US presentation about a current issue facing the en-US city, then take 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, Counen-US -en-US cilmember Moss said.en-US The Think Vero First! award will be en-US presented to Barbara Hoffman, CEO of the en-US Cultural Council, for her work in promoting en-US the arts. The Town Hall will coincide with en-US Gallery Stroll, held on the first Friday of en-US every month from 5-8 p.m. by the art galleren-US -en-US ies lining 14th Ave. Gallery Stroll is one of en-US many art events promoted by the Cultural en-US Council.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. The event is free and open to the en-US public. en-US The historic Masonic Lodge is located at en-US 1959 14th Ave. in downtown Vero Beach. en-US For further information about Town Hall en-US with Laura Moss, contact the Vero Beach en-US Chamber of Commerce at www.verochamen-US -en-US ber.com.en-US Then on Monday, Sept. 10 at 5:30 p.m. en-US Indian River County Commissioner Bob en-US Solari will hold a Town Hall to explain the en-US very confusing amendment proposals that en-US will be on the November general election en-US ballot. Commissioner Solari served as a en-US member of the Florida Constitution Revien-US-en-US sion Commission this year, so he was paren-US -en-US tially responsible for the form and substance en-US of the amendments.en-US All members of the public are invited and en-US to attend Commissioner Solaris meeting.en-US The Indian River County iG Center is en-US located on Oslo Road at 1590 9th St. SW, en-US Vero Beach. en-US For more information about the County en-US Commissioners Town Hall, call Commissionen-US -en-US er Assistant Tina Cournoyer at (772) 226-en-US 1440 or emailen-US tcournoyer@ircgov.com.en-USCity Town Hall Friday, County Town Hall Mondayen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTESen-US, page 11

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en-US 4 en-UStain roads that have not been constructed to en-US a maintainable roadway standard, and en-US therefore are designated as unmaintained en-US county roadways.en-US This June, county staff presented to the en-US commissioners a summary of issues faced, en-US including the availability of right-of-way, en-US design and permitting requirements, and en-US the cost for design and construction.en-US The commissioners asked staff to meet en-US with St. Johns River Water Management en-US District to discuss options for permitting of en-US unpaved roadways within unmaintained en-US right-of-ways.en-US In July I met with St. Johns, and after en-US several rounds, we came to a mutual agreeen-US -en-US ment, which is a very good agreement I en-US believe for both parties, Mr. Szpyrka said. en-US We qualify for most of our roads to be en-US exempt from stormwater permitting. I en-US showed St. Johns some videos showing en-US some of the roads were up against such as en-US big potholes that swallow a car, things like en-US that. They understand our plight and they en-US were very receptive.en-US Unmaintained right-of-ways that are en-US exempt from permitting will reduce the cost en-US of design and construction, and in most en-US cases allow the county to construct an en-US unpaved roadway within the current right-en-US of-way or within the current location of the en-US path, 18-foot minimum, travelled by resien-US -en-US dents using the unmaintained right-of-way en-US for access.en-US Each unmaintained right-of-way is difen-US-en-US ferent and will require some type of prepaen-US-en-US ration work prior to the installation of en-US 8-inches of stabilized material. The preparaen-US-en-US tion work could be fill material to fill holes, en-US removal of grass to prepare for installation en-US of the stabilized material, stormwater pipe en-US work to replace or extend existing pipes, en-US stormwater inlets to address drainage issue, en-US and other types of work needed to prepare en-US for the installation of stabilized material. en-US Based on minimum preparation work it is en-US estimated that one mile of an 18-foot wide en-US unpaved roadway can be constructed by a en-US contractor for $50 a linear foot or $264,000. en-US This is a decrease from $65 a linear foot or en-US $343,200 from previous estimates provided en-US to the Board on June 12, which included en-US stormwater treatment.en-US This cost could be further reduced if en-US county forces were utilized to prepare and en-US construct the unpaved roadway. However, en-US due to the limited availability of Public en-US Works staff and equipment, this option en-US would require that ongoing maintenance en-US activities such as failed culvert replaceen-US-en-US ments, roadway paving, drainage mainteen-US-en-US nance, and other special projects would be en-US sacrificed to construct unpaved roadways. en-US This is not recommended, as we have not en-US recovered from the delayed maintenance en-US activities during the economic downturn.en-US One of the issues that we would have to en-US address would be the runoff of the water, en-US Mr. Szpyrka said. Currently the roads runen-US -en-US off onto private property. Thats just the en-US nature of the beast in the county.en-US Mr. Szpyrka presented the commissioners en-US with four options for proceeding. The en-US option he recommended and the commisen-US-en-US sioners approved, according to the staff en-US memo summarizing the proposal, was en-US Option #3 Continue existing roadway en-US maintenance as currently funded by the en-US Transportation Fund: add new maintainable en-US unpaved roadway segments by extending en-US the petition paving/milling process to en-US unpaved roadways with construction costs en-US funded by assessment of 75 percent of the en-US cost to the benefited property owners and en-US 25 percent contributed from the Transporen-US -en-US tation Fund. After construction is completen-US -en-US ed, the maintenance is to be funded by the en-US Transportation Fund.en-US Comm. Susan Adams asked what the proen-US -en-US cess would be if people on an unpaved road en-US wanted improvements. Comm. Adams en-US asked if the residents on that road would be en-US assessed the initial cost.en-US Yes, thats how the process works, and en-US then the road would be maintained by the en-US county moving forward, Mr. Szpyrka en-US replied. The Public Works office would en-US come up with cost estimates, and then if 67 en-US percent of the residents on the road approve, en-US the process would move forward. Mr. Szpyren-US -en-US ka said the cost estimate was a guess that en-US might change based on condition of each en-US road and the materials used. Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 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! COMMUNITY lamplighterhomesfl.com321-254-0303 Lamplighter Village 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S AN AGE QUALIFIEDEasy financing available!500 Lamplighter Blvd. Melbourne, FL 32934 Heated Pool and Spa Fitness 8 Pickle Ball Courts 8 Bocce Ball Courts Key West 18 Hole Mini Golf 8 Shueboard Courts Pool Side BarLamplighter Village is Floridas premier Active Adult Community. Lamplighter Village offers a true resort lifestyle in a beautiful lakefront commu nity. Join your friends at over 70 social activities every month. Come see for yourself why Lamplighter Village has twice been awarded the coveted Readers Choice Award for the best retire ment community on the Space Coast.Resort Amenities Own for the cost of renting! 12+; $25 on race day. T-shirts are only en-USguaranteed for the first 300 participants of en-US the walk/run. en-US For information or to register, en-US visit en-US eventbrite.en-US com/e/2018-tunnel-to-towers-5k-run-walk-en-US vero-beach-registration-42712456106en-US en-US Shell Bagging for Breakwater en-US Construction:en-US 8-10 a.m., hosted by Ocean en-US Research & Conservation Association at 17 en-US 17th Street, Vero Beach. Volunteers will help en-US ORCA bag fossilized shells for the en-US construction of living shoreline breakwaters en-US along impaired areas of the Indian River en-US Lagoon owned by the Indian River Land en-US Trust. Wear tennis shoes and bring en-US sunscreen and a reusable water bottle. en-US Water, snacks and work gloves will be en-US provided.en-US Please RSVP to Andrea call (772) en-US 467-1600 or en-US abeam@teamorca.org.en-US en-US Community Outreach Assistance en-US Event:en-US Hosted by the Economic Opportunity en-US Council of Indian River, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., en-US 8586 64th Drive, Wabasso. Utility assistance en-US Florida Power & Light and City of Vero en-US Beach Utilities. Case managers will be on en-US site for assistance if needed. Clients must en-US meet income guidelines. Priority will be given en-US to clients age 60 years and older, disabled en-US clients, and clients with children in the en-US household under age 5. Refreshments will en-US be served. en-US For more information, call Wanda en-US Hinton at (772) 562-4178, Ext. 1112.en-US en-US Friends & Family Volunteer Day:en-US 9 a.m. en-US to noon, Treasure Coast Food Bank, 401 en-US Angle Road, Fort Pierce. Help sort and pack en-US food for your hungry neighbors at the food en-US bank's Distribution Center. Activities are en-US appropriate for children ages 8 and up. en-US Corporate, church and local groups are en-US welcome! Closed-toe shoes required. en-US For en-US more information, call (772) 446-1752. en-US RSVP online at en-USstophunger.org/volunteer.en-US en-US Sling Along with Me:en-US 10 a.m., North en-US Indian River County Library, 1001 Sebastian en-US Blvd., Sebastian. A 'Mommy & Me' event for en-US those who want to learn more about child en-US wearing. Infants through 6 year olds are en-US welcome to join in the songs and stories as en-US we learn the art of child wearing. Little ones en-US are encouraged to bring their own dolls to en-US learn how to "wear" their babies, too. en-US For en-USRoadsen-USFrom page 1 en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 1en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 5 en-GBWant to keep up-to-date en-GB en-GB weekly on the events en-GB en-GB and news in your area?en-GBSign-up for our en-GB en-GB e-newsletter!en-GB en-GBSimply send an email to:en-GBnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-GB en-GB Writeen-GB NEWSLETTER en-GB in the subject lineen-GBor go to our websiteen-GB en-GBwww.HometownNewsIRC.com en-GBAround Youren-GBe-newsletter

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en-US 5 en-USmore information contact Patti Fuchs at en-US (772) 770-5060, ext. 4132, or en-US pfuchs@en-US irclibrary.org.en-USMONDAY, SEPT. 10en-US en-US Friends of the North Indian River en-US County Library meeting: en-US 11 a.m., Library en-US Conference Room, 1001 Sebastian Blvd., en-US Sebastian. All members and prospective en-US members are encouraged to attend. en-US For en-US more information call (772) 589-1355.en-USTUESDAY, SEPT. 11en-US en-US Indian River Genealogical Society en-US meeting:en-US 10 a.m., Main Library, 1600 21st en-US Street, Vero Beach. Hear Bob Inhoff discuss en-US Thirty Tools I Have Used to Break Down en-US Brick Walls. The business meeting convenes en-US at 10 a.m., followed by light refreshments en-US and the program. The meeting is free and en-US open to the public. Attendees will walk away en-US with a better understanding on how to break en-US down walls preventing them from completing en-US their family trees. en-US For more information, visit en-US www.irgs.org en-USArrests listed were made August 24 en-US through September 2en-USIndian River en-US County Sheriffs Officeen-USClark Watkins, 32, 1025 39th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, robbery, burglary of occupied en-US conveyance. en-US Chandra Smith, 19, 510 8th Manor, Vero en-US Beach, robbery purse/sudden snatching, en-US aggravated battery with deadly weapon.en-US Cristofer Corso, 30, 1946 16th SW Aveen-US -en-US nue, Vero Beach, battery on law enforceen-US -en-US ment officer. en-US Akia Taylor, 23, 4411 28th Avenue, Vero en-US Beach, grand theft auto.en-US Alexis Bryant, 27, 8845 64th Avenue, en-US Wabasso, possession of methamphetamineen-US Pierre Cauvin, 39, 825 28th Avenue, Vero en-US Beach, burglary of dwelling.en-US Jyheem Ross, 15, 3405 West Lake Drive, en-US Fort Pierce, grand theft.en-US Cortez Ash, 26, 1750 38th Street, Vero en-US Beach, felony driving while license susen-US-en-US pended with knowledge, possession of maren-US -en-US ijuana with intent to sell/manufacture/en-US deliver within 1000 ft of church, possession en-US of cocaine. en-US Steven Gatzke, 62, 4370 Doubles Alley en-US Drive, Vero Beach, violation felony probaen-US -en-US tion.en-US Angel Lively, 17, 5080 Fairways Circle, en-US Vero Beach, possession of a controlled suben-US-en-US stance. en-US Todd Fletcher, 33, Vero Beach, possession en-US of a controlled substance.en-US Shannon Carter, 32, 535 Point Lane, Vero en-US Beach, possession of a controlled substance. en-US Kevin Moorer, 44, 2826 SE Santa Barbara, en-US grant theft over $300 and less than $5,000.en-US Sederick Upton, 37, 1053 Lincoln Street, en-US Fellsmere, possession of methamphetamine. en-US Bradley Mohan, 21, homeless, aggravated en-US assault on law enforcement officer.en-US Taylor Hazen, 19, 4206 29th Avenue, Vero en-US Beach, lewd/lascivious molestation -offenden-US-en-US er over 18 and victim12-16. en-US Zachariah Martin, 29, 1136 12th Court, en-US Vero Beach, violation of felony probation.en-US Cristofer Corso, 30, 1946 16th Avenue en-US SW, Vero Beach, violation of probation en-US 3rd degree grand theft. en-US Christopher Mattes, 30, 185 8th Street en-US SW, Vero Beach, felony retail theft in conen-US -en-US cert with others. en-US Jesse Henry Rodrigues, 30, 6485 51st en-US Street, Vero Beach, knowingly driving while en-US license suspended (1st conviction).en-US Zachary Rubino, 33, homeless, Vero en-US Beach, grand theft, felony retail theft in conen-US -en-US cert with others en-US Richard McKemy, 64, 2470 4th Street, en-US Vero Beach, 3rd degree grand theft.en-US Tobias Faison, 28, 4230 32nd Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, delivery of controlled suben-US-en-US stance (Oxy Hydrochloride), possession of en-US controlled substance.en-US Thomas Bowling, 39, 4796 42nd Street, en-US Vero Beach, violation of probation felony en-US offense.en-US Leon Holmes, 64, 4796 42nd Street, Vero en-US Beach, violation of probation felony en-US offense.en-US Leon Homes Jr, 35, 4875 34th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, grand theft over $300. en-US Clinton Fournier, 34, 1542 Ridgley Lane, en-US Sebastian, written threats to kill.en-US Fabiola Palomimos, 36, 1445 17th Court, en-US Vero Beach, exploiting the elderly or disen-US -en-US abled. en-US Frederick Schipke III, 25, 2567 Stocken-US-en-US bridge Square, Vero Beach, two counts feloen-US-en-US ny criminal mischief. en-US Ashley Grant, 26, 7501 NW 21st Street, en-US Sunrise, obtaining or attempting to obtain en-US controlled substance by fraud. en-US Frank Cook, 36, 7330 36th, Vero Beach, en-US two counts possession of cocaine.en-US Andys La Cuz, 29, 625 SW 13th Avenue, en-US Miami, grand theft (3rd degree), utterance en-US of forged instrument. en-USVero Beach Police Departmenten-USCamilla Brown, 39, 1925 5th Court, Vero en-US Beach, tampering with evidenceen-US Leroy Alford, 28, 1928 9th Avenue #3, en-US Vero Beach, possession of controlled suben-US-en-US stance, possession of marijuana as conen-US -en-US trolled substance. en-USPolice reporten-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. 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en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 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-USDestroying oak treesen-USWhen I see an Asplundh truck I know en-US another tree is going to be butchered. I en-US understand FPLs need to maintain their en-US lines, but am I the only one that sees how all en-US the trees are being destroyed? en-US I have had more than one experience with en-US Asplundh and FPL. They do not just trim en-US the trees. They come in and either cut the en-US middle of the tree or they cut the complete en-US side off the tree. They just trimmed my fifth en-US oak tree. I now have a one-sided Oak tree. en-US The other four they took down completely. en-US How sad that is something that has taken so en-US long to grow now has been butchered. Figen-US-en-US ure another way to solve your problem en-US before we have no shade. en-US I will say that FPL did compensate me for en-US the three small trees that were on my propen-US -en-US erty, not on an easement. I would rather en-US have had the trees to provide the shade so en-US my air-conditioner doesnt have to run all en-US the time.en-USToo big to succeeden-USSome political candidates are sending me en-US a mailing each week. This is really annoying en-US when one votes early. Also, the postcards are en-US gigantic. I guess it is to match their egos.en-USSpace Forceen-US en-US It is not a joke but President Trump wants en-US to create a Space Force! They would be en-US responsible for protecting our satellites and en-US material interest we have in space. The creen-US -en-US ation of a Space Force would only result in en-US China and Russia entering in an arms race en-US in space. China and Russia have proposed en-US an international treaty to ban the placement en-US of weapons in space. However, the United en-US States has rejected this offer every time it en-US has been brought up. I would hope that the en-US United States would join China and Russia en-US in banning the placement of weapons in en-US space. However, that is not the action that en-US the United States wants to take at this time. en-US Therefore, I will present arguments for en-US the rejection of Space Force as an indepenen-US-en-US dent branch of the military. First off, the en-US military is not in favor of creating a Space en-US Force. Secretary of Defense James Mattis is en-US opposed to the idea as is the majority of the en-US military leadership.en-US Creating another branch of the military en-US would be very costly. The Space Force would en-US want what goes with each independent en-US branch of the military. For example, the en-US Space Force would want their own college en-US like each branch has now. In addition, by en-US creating another branch of the military, the en-US military bureaucracy would be increasing at en-US a time when efforts are being made to make en-US the military a slim, trim fighting machine.en-US I would suggest that the Space Force be en-US part of the Air Force like the Marines are en-US part of the Navy. The Air Force has been en-US dealing with the responsibility of space thus en-US far. The world would best be served by puten-US -en-US ting forth the effort of keeping weapons out en-US of space. Creating a Space Force would be en-US viewed as a military threat to all nations. Let en-US ALL NATIONS work towards keeping space en-US free of weapons of any kind!en-USGive bicyclists more roomen-USSince there are improvements going on en-US up and down U.S. 1, couldnt the bicycle en-US lanes be widened to maybe six feet?en-US The law states motor vehicles need to give en-US a bicycle three feet of clearance. The existing en-US bike lane is barely three feet wide in most en-US areas. This is not enough room when vehien-US -en-US cles are doing 45 mph (or more often much en-US faster). Factor in cell phone usage, navigaen-US-en-US tion devices and any other number of disen-US -en-US tractions, and it makes for a dangerous ride, en-US particularly with higher posted speed limits. en-US I know as a motorist, if I am traveling in en-US the right lane and I approach a bicyclist in en-US the bicycle lane, in order for me to give the en-US bicycle proper clearance, I need to be almost en-US in the left lane. In fact, unless there is a vehien-US-en-US cle next to me in the left lane, my wheels will en-US be on or over the white dividing lines to en-US safely pass a bicyclist.en-US As a frequent bicyclist on this road, I can en-US tell you some motorists will do the same. en-US Then there are the motorists who dont give en-US an inch. This is why the lanes need to be en-US widened where possible. The new trees are en-US nice, how about making it safer.en-US'There ought to be a law'en-USWhen did the individual right become en-US more important than the rights of the genen-US -en-US eral population? In particular, regarding en-US loud music emanating from a vehicle, or en-US anywhere for that matter. Our courts deciden-US-en-US ed its unconstitutional to have noise limits? en-US Its OK for an individual to play music in the en-US car as loud as they like because its their conen-US -en-US stitutional right?en-US What about my constitutional right to not en-US have to listen to your music? What about the en-US disturbing the peace law? What about the en-US siren from an emergency vehicle I cant hear en-US because of someones right to play their en-US music as loud as they want? What about the en-USmusic playing in my car that I can no longer en-US hear because some jerk thinks me and en-US everyone else wants to hear the trunk raten-US-en-US tling from the pounding bass coming from en-US their car?en-US This seems like another case of more en-US rights for the criminal, and to hell with the en-US victims. How about to hell with the judge en-US who ruled this way and fire him or her and en-US get someone with more common sense.en-USOpen letter to all motorcyclistsen-USPlease be aware that the striped zones en-US between or beside the handicapped parking en-US areas are not parking spaces. Please be en-US thankful for the few extra feet that you can en-US walk.en-US Many handicapped vehicles are equipped en-US with lifts, ramps or swing-out chairs that en-US require this extra space. Any obstacle to en-US either side of the vehicle could be dangerous en-US or impossible to navigate.en-US The only two options are to wait until the en-US obstruction leaves or move the vehicle into en-US traffic lanes to load/unload a wheelchair. In en-US case of bad weather, this increases danger.en-USRobo callsen-USCan anyone tell me how to stop the incesen-US-en-US sant phone calls from robo calls? My phone en-US rings all day long. Calls from all over the en-US country. I get at least 10 a day. Its driving me en-US crazy. Sometimes I dont pick up and someen-US-en-US times I just answer turn on then off. It just en-US dont stop. Is there any way to stop these. I en-US cant even block these numbers because its en-US always a different number and from all over en-US the country. I am on the No Call registry, en-US but that doesnt seem to do any good. Indian River en-US-en-US Tribe first en-US baseman en-US Kody Flynt en-US (No. 11) gets en-US a Palm Beach en-US Gardens en-US Gambler out en-US on a play en-US during Monen-US -en-US days Labor en-US Day game.en-USAnthony Inswastyen-US staff photographeren-USAnd he's out!

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en-US 7 en-USThe School Board District 1 race was won en-US outright by Mara Schiff, who received 51.31 en-US percent, 14,487 votes, to defeat Eugene en-US Wolff, who earned 48.69 percent, 13,750 en-US votes.en-US Both judicial races will go to a November en-US runoff.en-US In the race for County Court Judge, en-US Group 2, Nicole Menz, with 40.46 percent, en-US 12,114 votes, will face Robyn E. Stone, who en-US earned 37.19 percent, 11,135 votes.en-US The top two candidates for Circuit Judge, en-US 19th Judicial Circuit, Group 19 will also face en-US off in November. They were Robert Meaden-US-en-US ows, with 50.34 percent, 14,395 votes, and en-US Nirlaine Smartt, 26.93 percent, 7,700 votes.en-US Here is a complete list of the Primary en-US Elections results for Indian River County:en-US United States Senator (REP)en-US Roque De La Fuente 12.66 percent en-US 2,411 votesen-US Rick Scott 87.34 percent 16,629 votes en-US (statewide winner)en-US Total votes: 19,040en-US Governor (REP)en-US Don Baldauf 0.75 percent 141 votesen-US Ron DeSantis 64.11 percent 12,120 en-US votes (statewide winner)en-US Timothy M. Devine 1.07 percent 203 en-US votesen-US Bob Langford 1.18 percent 224 votesen-US John Joseph Mercadante 0.48 percent en-US 91 votesen-US Bruce Nathan 0.60 percent 113 votesen-US Adam H. Putnam 30.35 percent 5,738 en-US votesen-US Bob White 1.45 percent 275 votesen-US Total votes: 18,905en-US Attorney General (REP)en-US Ashley Moody 65.49 percent 11,494 en-US votes (statewide winner)en-US Frank White 34.51 percent 6,057 votesen-US Total votes: 17,551en-US Commissioner of Agriculture (REP)en-US Matt Caldwell 38.48 percent 6,437 en-US votes (statewide winner)en-US Denise Grimsley 34.01 percent 5,690 en-US votesen-US Mike McCalister 17.12 percent 2,863 en-US votesen-US Baxter Troutman 10.39 percent 1,738 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 16,728en-US Governor and Lieutenant Governor en-US (DEM)en-US Andrew Gillum 25.78 percent 2,641 en-US votes (statewide winner)en-US Gwen Graham 35.12 percent 3,598 en-US votesen-US Jeff Greene 10.55 percent 1,081 votesen-US Chris King 3.06 percent 314 votesen-US Philip Levine 24.04 percent 2,463 votesen-US Alex Lundmark 0.68 percent 70 votesen-US John Wetherbee 0.77 percent 79 votesen-US Total votes: 10,246en-US Attorney General (DEM)en-US Sean Shaw 71.41 percent 6,562 votes en-US (statewide winner)en-US Ryan Torrens 28.59 percent 2,627 votes Hurricane Special Openers with Battery Backup during power outages Wi-Fi Connectivity using your smart phone(reg. $525 ) NOW $425 837 S Kings Hwy Fort Pierce 772-409-4501 30 Years Experience FREE EstimatesLicensed & Insuredwww.doorsandmoretc.com It may be time to replace your Garage Door! 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 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 9-30-18Residential CommercialCAC 1814730Sales, Service, Repair & Maintenance... Call today! 772-778-4026website: www.alanac.com | email: alanac@bellsouth.net 795 8th Ct. Vero Beach, Fl 32962 772-794-9061FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS SEPTEMBER SPECIAL$12900$9999 COOLANT FLUSH TRANSMISSION FLUSH WITH COUPON WITH COUPON en-USMidnight is a two-year old spayed female black mixed breed cat. en-US She had a litter of kittens before being made available for adoption en-US in August. In the big cat room, she is a bit shy and afraid to venture en-US very far out of her kitty condo. Just go over to meet her, and you will en-US see how much she craves and appreciates being petted and loved! en-US Once you pet her, she considers you a friend for life. This affectionen-US -en-US ate little cutie is sure to bring a smile to your face every day!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-USRunoffsen-USFrom page 1en-US Seeen-US en-US RUNOFFSen-US page 8

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en-US 8 en-USTotal votes: 9,189en-US Commissioner of Agriculture (DEM)en-US Nicole Fried 52.48 percent 4,849 votes en-US (statewide winner)en-US Jeffrey Duane Porter 14.48 percent en-US 1,338 votesen-US Roy David Walker 33.03 percent 3,052 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 9,239en-US Circuit Judge, 19th Judicial Circuit, en-US Group 19 (NON)en-US Louis Larsen 22.73 percent 6,501 votesen-US Robert Bob Meadows 50.34 percent en-US 14,395 votesen-US Nirlaine Smartt 26.93 percent 7,700 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 28,596en-US County Court Judge, Group 2 (NON)en-US Nicole Menz 40.46 percent 12,114 en-US votesen-US Kiernan Patrick Moylan 22.36 percent en-US 6,695 votesen-US Robyn E. Stone 37.19 percent 11,135 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 29,944en-US School Board Member District 1 (NON)en-US Mara Schiff 51.31 percent 14,487 votesen-US Eugene Wolff 48.69 percent 13,750 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 28,237en-US School Board Member District 2 (NON)en-US Ruben Bermudez Jr. 10.25 percent 2,948 en-US votesen-US Devon Dupuis 28.07 percent 8,070 en-US votesen-US Merchon Green 30.75 percent 8,840 en-US votesen-US Jacqueline Rosario 30.92 percent 8,889 en-US votesen-US Total votes: 28,747en-US School Board Member District 4 (NON)en-US Teri Barenborg 42.02 percent 12,026 en-US votesen-US Randy Heimler 21.99 percent 6,292 en-US votesen-US Stacey Klim 35.99 percent 10,301 votesen-US Total votes: 28,619en-US For more information on any of the races en-US or the Nov. general election, visit www.en-US voteindianriver.com. 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 en-USBob Fishel, Judy Fishel, Pat Marshall, Bruce Marshall, en-US from Stuart, took along a copy of Hometown News to en-US Seward, Alaska. For two weeks they traveled 2,000 en-US miles in Alaska to view 172 different kinds of birds. 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-USRunoffsen-USFrom page 7

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en-USRIDAY, 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 will be en-GB shown on the first Friday each month en-GB through December. No registration required, en-GB free and open to the public. en-GB Call Hollie at en-GB (772) 226-3080 for more information.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 New artwork is on display each month in a en-GB lively gallery reception atmosphere. en-GB Call en-GB (772) 643-6782 or visit en-GB mainstreetverobeen-GB -en-GB ach.org.en-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 7 SATURDAY, SEPT. 8en-US en-US The Comedy Zone Experience:en-US en-US Showcase of professional touring comedians en-US on the Waxlax Stage at Riverside Theatre, en-US 3250 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach, with en-US local musicians performing outdoors, Live in en-US the Loop. Scheduled comedians for these en-US dates are Drew Thomas and Mark Evans. en-US Comedy shows are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 en-US p.m. Comedian showcase tickets: $12-$18. en-US For information, call (772) 231-6990 or visiten-US en-US www.riversidetheatre.com.en-USSATURDAY, SEPT. 8en-US en-US Sunset Saturday Night concert:en-US en-US 5:30-8:30 p.m., Humiston Park on Ocean en-US Drive, Vero Beach. Band TBA. Hosted by Vero en-US Beach Oceanside Business Association. No 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) HUMP DAY SPECIAL 1 Egg, Potatoes, Toast (Wednesdays) $1.99Expires 9-12-18Must bring in coupon ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USAries, don't hesitate to express the passion en-US you are feeling for a loved one. If you do not en-US share your feelings, others will not know what en-US you are thinking and fail to respond.en-US TAURUS April 21/May 21en-US It's time to trust your instincts, Taurus. When en-US something does not seem on the up and up, en-US you owe it to yourself to speak up. Keep in en-US mind that others may not believe.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US Your romantic life seems to be full of complien-US-en-US cated patterns that could be perceived as en-US obstacles, Gemini. Don't let these things hinen-US -en-US der your relationships. Start making changes.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US Sitting back and not doing much this week en-US will move you nowhere quickly, Cancer. You en-US need to find motivation to be productive and en-US get to the tasks at hand.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US Leo, if you can stay on course, things will en-US move along quite well for you. There are plenty en-US of distractions that may be in your way, but en-US you must look beyond them.en-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Get outdoors and enjoy a walk through the en-US park or a hike, Virgo. It's what you need after en-US being cooped up for too long. Outdoor projen-US -en-US ects also may beckon you.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US Libra, start planning a much-needed vacation en-US right now. And don't forget to look beyond en-US your usual haunts, as there are many other en-US options available as well.en-US SCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Scorpio, you may have a great deal of energy, en-US but you need a plan regarding where to direct en-US it. This may be a good week to spend with en-US friends or family.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US Sagittarius, try not to get swept away by bad en-US habits. Try something new and obtain a fresh en-USHoroscopesen-USThriller 'Yankee Tavern' opens en-US at Theatre Guild Sept. 11 en-USVERO BEACH The Vero Beach Theen-US-en-US atre Guild will open the political and psyen-US-en-US chological thriller Yankee Tavern on Tuesen-US -en-US day, Sept. 11. en-US Set five years after the events of Sept. 11, en-US 2001, the play uses a conspiracy theory to en-US confront our search for closure through en-US endless tall tales.en-US Directed by Jon Putzke, Yankee Tavern is en-US not a story about 9/11, though it serves as en-US the backdrop. The play, filled with mystery en-US and excitement, is an engaging thriller that en-US follows Adam (Brendan Wenger), the young en-US owner of a crumbling New York City bar, as en-US he becomes entrenched in a plot of personal en-US and national significance. While his fiance en-US (Chelsea Wenger) is busy counting the days en-US to their wedding, Adam deals with his dead en-US fathers best friend (Steve Budkiewicz), an en-US aging barfly who believes that everything is en-US a conspiracy.en-US Among all this chaos, a stranger (Jason en-US Miles) enters who knows much more than en-US he should, blurring the lines between conen-US-en-US spiracy theory and reality and forever en-US changing the way these characters relate to en-US the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. en-US The authentic set presents a complete en-US tavern so real, youll want to pull up a stool en-US and order a beer.en-US Tickets are $30 for adults with students en-US half price at all performances. Reservations en-US can be made by phoning the box office en-US (772) 562-8300. Reserved seats can also be en-US purchased on line at verobeachtheatreguild.en-US com. en-US Four-show season tickets at a substantial en-US savings are available through Nov. 18. The en-US remainder of the 2018 season include en-US The Games Afoot or Holmes for the Holien-US -en-US days Nov. 6-18, Miracle on South Division en-US Street Jan. 15-27, A Funny Thing on the en-US Way to the Forum March 12-24, and The en-US Savannah Sipping Society May 7-19.en-US Vero Beach Theatre Guild is located at en-US 2020 San Juan Ave., Vero Beach. For more en-US information or tickets, call the box office at en-US (772) 562-8300. Box office is open Mon.-Fri. en-US 10 a.m.-2 p.m., and one hour before show en-US time. Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USPhoto courtesy of VB Theatre Guilden-USYankee Tavern cast (left to right) Jason Miles (Palmer), Steve Buden-US -en-US kiewicz (Ray), Chelsea Wenger (Janet), and Brendan Wenger (Adam)en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 10en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 11 Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 2018 en-US VERO BEACHen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 9en-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.com ClassifiedCHECK OUT THE www.HometownNewsOL.com en-GBwww.HometownNewsIRC.com

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en-US 10 en-UScoolers, please. en-US For more information, call en-US (772) 532-7983 or visit en-US www.verobeachoba.en-US com/sunset-saturday-free-concert-series.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-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 14 SATURDAY, SEPT. 15en-US en-US Howl at the Moon Glow Party:en-US Two en-US seatings, 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Waxlax en-US Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside en-US Park Drive, Vero Beach. More than a dueling en-US pianos show, this is a high-energy music en-US show. Brighten your evening with glow party en-US favors and come sing, dance, and howl as en-US the most talented musicians perform your en-US favorite rock, pop, and dance hits from the en-US 80s, 90s, and today. Local musicians will en-US perform on the free outdoor stage between en-US Howl performances. Howl tickets: $12-$22. en-US For information, call (772) 231-6990 or visit en-US www.riversidetheatre.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 a en-US morning of educational and fun activities en-US recognizing the U.S. Environmental Protecen-US -en-US tion Agency's designation of the Indian River en-US Lagoon as an "estuary of national signifien-US -en-US cance." Enjoy pond dip-netting, quick canoe en-USVERO BEACH Comedians Drew en-US Thomas and Casey Peruski, co-host of the en-US Casey N Spaz comedy show, take over the en-US Riverside Theatre Comedy Zone Sept. 7 en-US and 8.en-US Born in Jamaica and raised in the Bronx, en-US Drew Thomas lives in Atlanta, where he en-US has been performing at top comedy spots en-US including The Punchline and Funny Farm. en-US His comedic storytelling features relationen-US -en-US ship follies and observations on everyday en-US life and current affairs. en-US Casey Peruski was born in Detroit, en-US though hes spent most of his life in Florien-US-en-US da. He has been a professional comedian en-US for over 17 years. Mr. Peruski was invited en-US to audition for NBCs Last Comic Standen-US -en-US ing, appeared in Comedy Centrals Conen-US -en-US test Up Next, and en-US was a finalist in en-US both the Comedy en-US Central South en-US Beach Festival and en-US Floridas Funniest. en-US He performs en-US many local benefit en-US shows including en-US Treasure Coast en-US Food Banks Out en-US Laugh Hunger.en-US Come an hour en-US early and enjoy a en-US free live concert outside before the comedy en-US show inside. Enjoy a cocktail and a snack en-US or light meal as popular local bands jam. en-US Friday Sept. 7 features the rock and blues en-US of Souljam. Saturday Sept. 8 its the country en-US rock of Casey Raines Band. No Comedy en-US Zone ticket is required to attend the conen-US -en-US certs.en-US Show times are en-US 7:30 and 9:30 en-US p.m., Sept. 7 and en-US 8. Shows last en-US about 80 minutes. en-US Tickets start at en-US $12 for general en-US admission, $16 en-US for premium en-US reserved seating, en-US $36 for the VIP en-US balcony booth en-US (requires minimum of eight guests), and en-US $38 for Celebrate with Us party packages. en-US See the website for details on all packages.en-US Comedy Zone shows take place at the Riven-US-en-US erside Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park Drive, en-US Vero Beach. For more information, call en-US (772) 231-6990 or visit en-US www.riversidetheen-US-en-US atre.com. Answers Located in the Classied Section Adult laughs at Comedy Zone en-USPeruskien-US Thomasen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USOuten-USFrom page 9en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 11

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en-US 11 en-UStrips under shaded mangrove tunnels, en-US seining in the lagoon (depending on water en-US level), Critter Fun Facts talk, touch tank and en-US Discovery Station Interactive Museum & en-US Aquariums, plus 1-1/2 miles of boardwalks en-US and EcoFIT trails. There are also Spoil Island en-US Splash Pontoon Boat trips for an extra fee; en-US reserve a spot online. Admission is $5 for en-US adults and children age 12 and older, $3 for en-US ages 2-11, free for younger children, ELC en-US members, and with proof of financial need. en-US For canoeing and water activities wear en-US close-toed water shoes. Bring a picnic if you en-US wish. en-US For more information, visit en-US www.en-US discoverelc.org/national-estuaries-day.htmlen-US en-US First Responders Fall Cook-Off en-US Festival:en-US 4:30-9:30 p.m., Indian River County en-US Fairgrounds, 7955 58th Ave., Vero Beach. en-US Enjoy live music, libations, homemade en-US barbecue, a cook-off contest for local first en-US responder departments, vendors, games en-US and surprises. All proceeds benefit the first en-US responders of Indian River County. en-US For ticket en-US information, visit en-US www.frfcookoff.com.en-US en-US Starry Night at GYAC:en-US 6:30-10 p.m., en-US Gifford Youth Achievement Center, 4875 en-US 43rd Ave., Vero Beach. Dinner dance will en-US raise funds for the building expansion fund en-US for GYAC. Dinner of chicken and ribs, salad, en-US dessert and beverages, with live entertainen-US -en-US ment and dancing to the sounds of the en-US Ladies of Soul. Tickets are $50 per person. en-US For more information, call (772) 794-1005 en-US or visiten-US www.GYAC.net.en-USperspective, whether the task is large or small. en-US Accept challenges as they come.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US There is no need to go to extremes to get your en-US point across, Capricorn. Listen to other peoen-US -en-US ple's opinions, recognizing that their insight en-US may prove valuable.en-US AQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-US Aquarius, there is nothing wrong with questionen-US-en-US ing the actions of others. This can be a great en-US way to understand others' points of view and en-US fine tune your own.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US All it takes is a little spark and then your motivaen-US -en-US tion will renew, Pisces. It won't take very long to en-US get back on track if you desire it. 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. Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject en-US line, and in the body of the email, 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) Jolie and Bella en-USKlepper, 8 and 5, en-US of Port St. Lucie, en-US caught this crappie en-US in Oak Hammock en-US park.en-USNice en-US Catch! en-USpublic clinics held throughout the commuen-US-en-US nity can be found at en-US www.vnatc.com/fluen-US. en-US For more information on VNA services, en-US please call (772) 567-5551 or visit en-US www.en-US vnatc.com.en-USDocumentary about anxiety to en-US be screened at Emerson Centeren-USIndieFlix is screening a brand-new docuen-US-en-US mentary, Angst: Raising Awareness Around en-US Anxiety. On Saturday, Sept. 22, at 9 a.m., en-US Sunrise Rotary Vero Beach will hold a speen-US -en-US cial screening of the documentary at the en-US Emerson Center to open up a dialogue en-US between local families, community leaders en-US and experts. en-US The event will feature a viewing of the en-US 56-minute film, followed by an informative en-US panel discussion, with special guests, Dr. en-US Mark Rendell, Indian River County Schools en-US Superintendent, Robert J. Brugnoli, Ph.D, en-US .Executive Director Mental Health Associaen-US -en-US tion Indian River County and Jeffrey Shearen-US -en-US er, Tykes & Teens. en-US Producers Scilla Andreen and Karin Goren-US -en-US nick have one goal: to start a global converen-US -en-US sation and raise awareness around anxiety. en-US Through candid interviews, they utilize the en-US power of film to tell the stories of many kids en-US and teens who discuss their anxiety and its en-US impacts on their lives and relationships, as en-US well as how theyve found solutions and en-US hope. Anxiety disorders are the most comen-US -en-US mon mental health challenge in the U.S., en-US impacting 54 percent of females and 46 peren-US -en-US cent of males, with age seven being the en-US median age of onset, according to the World en-US Health Organization. While anxiety disoren-US -en-US ders are highly treatable, only one-third of en-US those suffering receive treatment. Everyone en-US involved in the development of Angst has en-US a personal experience with anxiety from en-US the producers to the interviewees.en-US Free tickets are now available and space is en-US limited. The screening will be held at the en-US Emerson Center on 16th Street and 27th en-US Avenue, Vero Beach, from 9 a.m. to noon. en-US -12 p.m. en-US To reserve tickets, visiten-US www.showclix.en-US com/event/angst-sunrise-rotary-vero-beach en-US or en-US www.facebook.com/en-US events/302028410557757/ en-USNotesen-USFrom page 3 en-USScopesen-USFrom page 9en-USOuten-USFrom page 10en-USTREASURE COAST International en-US Manatee Day is Sept. 7. The date was first en-US observed in Mexico, where the species has en-US been protected since 1921.en-US Save the Manatee Club is using the event en-US to educate about all the dangers facing Floren-US -en-US ida manatees, from boat collisions to red en-US tide.en-US In addition to Save the Manatee Clubs en-US manatee conservation efforts in the U.S., we en-US also assist scientists and educators in the en-US Wider Caribbean, South America, and West en-US Africa with their conservation efforts, said en-US Patrick Rose, Save the Manatee Clubs Execen-US-en-US utive Director and Aquatic Biologist. Funds en-US contributed to the Clubs International Resen-US -en-US cue Fund assist our growing global parten-US -en-US ners.en-US With record watercraft mortality this en-US year along with more than 100 manatees en-US already lost to red tide, we want to ensure en-US that manatees are receiving the help they so en-US desperately require, said Mr. Rose. As in en-US past desperate situations, help is needed en-US from the general public and boaters to assist en-US in reporting sick and injured manatees.en-US As of August 18, there have been 554 en-US manatee mortalities in Florida, which en-US exceeds the total for all of 2017, and 81 of en-US those mortalities were from watercraft collien-US -en-US sions, added Janice Nearing, the clubs en-US Director of Public Relations.en-US Slowing down in manatee habitat and en-US obeying posted speed regulations is the best en-US way to reduce the risk of manatee injury and en-US death.en-US Save the Manatee Club distributes free en-US yellow banners that say Please Slow, Manaen-US -en-US tees Below. Boaters hold the banners up en-US high when they spot a manatee to warn en-US other boaters that manatees are present.en-US There must be a way for Floridians to en-US enjoy boating and recreating on our wateren-US -en-US ways without hurting or killing manatees, en-US said Dr. Katie Tripp, Save the Manatees en-US Director of Science and Conservation. No en-US one spends more time on Floridas waters or en-US better understands the factors that lead to en-US manatee strikes.en-US Dr. Tripp thinks that boaters themselves, en-US by becoming more proactive for manatees, en-US can head off the need for increased law en-US enforcement. Anyone whos getting behind en-US the wheel or handlebars of a vessel needs to en-US be responsible and know what theyre en-US doing.en-US We dont know anyone who intentionally en-US aims to injure manatees during a day of en-US boating, said Dr. Tripp. But terrible injuen-US -en-US ries and suffering occur nonetheless, and we en-US can do better.en-US Red tide is also a deadly danger to manaen-US -en-US tees.en-US Martin County adopted the term en-US Lost Summer in 2013 to describe en-US the disaster caused by discharges en-US from Lake Okeechobee into coastal en-US communities, said Dr. Tripp. Posted en-US signs warned against swimming, en-US fishing, or otherwise coming in conen-US-en-US tact with the water that was covered en-US in guacamole-thick algae. The en-US moniker was unfortunately applicaen-US-en-US ble again in 2016 and now again in en-US 2018.en-US On Floridas west coast, red tide en-US has killed nearly 1,100 manatees over en-US the last 23 years, and because blooms en-US now occur so frequently, they are no en-US longer characterized as unusual mortality en-US events, said Dr. Tripp. The organism that en-US causes red tide is naturally-occurring. The en-US input of human-generated pollution into en-US our coastal waters, which causes that organen-US -en-US ism to bloom and wreak havoc, is far from en-US natural. The same is true for the various en-US algae blooms that have occurred in the Indien-US-en-US an River Lagoon in recent years, resulting in en-US the deaths of manatees, dolphins, fish, and en-US sea birds, and the loss of tens of thousands en-US of acres of vitally-important seagrass.en-US Red tide acts as a neurotoxin, giving en-US manatees seizures that can result in drownen-US -en-US ing. Sick, injured, or orphaned manatees en-US should be reported to the Florida Fish and en-US Wildlife Conservation, because they can en-US often be saved if rescued in time.en-US If manatees exposed to red tide can be en-US moved out of the affected area by trained en-US biologists and stabilized at a critical care en-US facility, their prognosis is often very good, en-US said Dr. Tripp.en-US To report such animals or to alert the en-US FWC to any other hazardous conditions or en-US incidents affecting marine wildlife, call en-US 1-888-404-FWCC (3992). You can also send en-US a text message or email to en-US Tip@MyFWC.en-US comen-US or use VHF Channel 16 on your en-US marine radio.en-US For more information, visit Save the Manen-US -en-US atee Club at en-US www.savethemanatee.org en-US or en-USManatee Observation and Education Center en-US in Fort Pierce aten-US www.manateeeducationen-US -en-USSept. 7 is International Manatee Day By Mike Winikoff en-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com

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