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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. 3 www.HometownNewsIRC.com en-USFriday, Sept. 14, 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. 15 en-US en-US St. Sebastian River en-US Cleanup:en-US 9-11 a.m., south en-US end of the U.S. 1 bridge in en-US Sebastian. Volunteers of all en-US ages are needed to assist in en-US the cleanup. No advance en-US registration. Meet at 9 a.m. en-US opposite Moore's Point en-US County Park, just north of en-US Erling Lane. en-US For more en-US information, call (772) en-US 202-0501 or emailen-US Info@fssr.en-US org. en-GB en-GB National Estuaries Day en-GB Celebration:en-GB 9 a.m. to noon, en-GB Environmental Learning en-GB Center, 255 Live Oak Drive, en-GB Vero Beach. Admission is en-GB $5 for adults and children en-GB age 12 and older, $3 for en-GB ages 2-11, free for younger en-GB children, ELC members, en-GB and with proof of financial en-GB need. For canoeing and en-GB water activities wear close-en-GB toed water shoes. Bring a en-GB picnic if you wish. en-GB For more en-GB information, visit en-GB www.en-GB discoverelc.org/national-en-GB estuaries-day.htmlen-US en-US Art Club:en-US 10:30 a.m., en-US North Indian River County en-US Library, 1001 Sebastian en-US Blvd., Sebastian. Led bys art en-US teacher Miss Jennifer, first en-US through fifth graders will en-US create a piece of art using en-US different media each time. en-US Registration is required. en-US For en-US more information, contact en-US Patti Fuchs at (772)-770-en-US 5060, Ext. 4132, oren-US pfuchs@en-US irclibrary.orgen-USCommunity en-US Calendar en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY The School Disen-US-en-US trict of Indian River County will hold a public en-US hearing on Sept. 25 at 6 p.m. to review the new, en-US 67-page Positive Climate and Discipline Code of en-US Student Conduct Handbook 2018-2019.en-US The draft was created by a committee of about en-US 40 members of the community including parents en-US and education professionals.en-US According to a message from Superintendent en-US Mark Rendell that introduces the draft, the code en-US is intended to promote a safe and orderly school en-US environment where staff and students thrive in en-US positive learning and work environments where en-US they feel safe, supported, and celebrated.en-US The code addresses rights and responsibilities en-US of both students and parents, and includes specifen-US -en-US ic sections covering numerous areas including en-US attendance, dress code, drugs, weapons, bullying en-US and harassment.en-US The dress code includes some new provisions en-US that are not intended to go into effect until the en-US 2019-2020 school year. One new dress code proen-US-en-US vision says Clothing and accessories will contain en-US no words or graphics, except for authorized en-US school-approved clubs and activities.en-US Another new provision says that hats and sunen-US -en-US glasses may only be worn for P.E. activities, recess, en-US or other specific circumstances when authorized en-USNew Code of Conduct en-US for public schools en-USTown en-US Council, en-US residents en-US seek bike en-US lane en-USINDIAN RIVER SHORES As part en-US of an A1A renovation project in Indian en-US River Shores, the Florida Department of en-US Transportation wants to build a new en-US sidewalk. The Town Council of Indian en-US River Shores and most residents who en-US attended an Aug. 23 meeting, however, en-US would prefer a bike lane.en-US About 70 residents packed the chamen-US -en-US bers for the meeting. Most of them en-US opposed the sidewalk.en-US The crowd at the meeting was to en-US address the A1A Project, which is for en-US remilling and resurfacing, with the addien-US -en-US tion of a sidewalk on the east side, said en-US Town Clerk Laura Aldrich. The overen-US -en-US whelming majority was against the sideen-US -en-US walk as part of the project. Only three en-US residents present were in favor of having en-US a sidewalk on the east side of A1A.en-US Representatives for Senator Debbie en-US Mayfield and Representative Erin Grall en-US were in attendance, and they said that en-US FDoT was waiting for correspondence en-US from town officials. The Town Council en-US decided to send that letter, expressing en-US strong opposition to the sidewalk and a en-US request to enhance bicycle safety with a en-US wider bike lane.en-US The overwhelming majority of the en-US attendees and the unanimous vote of en-USA Day of Caring en-USSeeen-US en-US CODEen-US page 5 Vero Beach en-USHigh School en-US student Maya en-US Tupek, 16, en-US drops hygiene en-US products into en-US a volunteers en-US plastic bag en-US during United en-US Way of Indian en-US River Countys en-US annual Day of en-US Caring on en-US Saturday, en-US Sept. 8. en-USAnthony Inswastyen-US staff photographeren-USSeeen-US en-US BIKEen-US page 2en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com en-USINDEX Classified 12 Crossword en-US11 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 friendly, energetic en-US dog? Visit the Humane en-US Society en-USMEET CHAMP 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 2 en-USCouncil addressed two major parts of the en-US project: 1) alter the proposed plan to remove en-US the sidewalk along the east side of A1A, and en-US 2) widen the shoulders of the roadway to en-US allow for six foot or seven foot bike lanes, en-US Mayor Thomas Slater wrote on behalf of the en-US Town Council.en-US The Town of Indian River Shores is en-US almost completely built out, and our popuen-US-en-US lation is growing very slowly. The current en-US use of the sidewalk on the west side is relaen-US-en-US tively low and could handle considerably en-US more foot traffic now and in the future.en-US Mayor Slater said that the current bike en-US lanes are too narrow, only four feet, and they en-US are used extensively.en-US The real safety danger in Indian River en-US Shores is bike-related, Mayor Slater said. en-US Riders need more room to ride safely.en-US Mayor Slater acknowledged that, accorden-US -en-US ing to the FDoT, the portion of A1A with a en-US current speed limit of 50 miles per hour is en-US too fast for any safe bike lane, and might en-US require the speed limit to be reduced.en-US In Secretary OReillys letter to Represenen-US -en-US tative Grall, he mentioned there is a section en-US of 50 mph roadway on A1A and that there is en-US no acceptable shoulder width at that speed, en-US Mayor Slater said. If necessary, the town en-US will assist in taking action to have the speed en-US reduced to 45 mph to facilitate a seven foot en-US shoulder in that area.en-US I cannot state more strongly the clear en-US desire of the entire Town Council and the en-US vast majority of Indian River Shores resien-US -en-US dents to not build the unneeded sidewalk, en-US and the insistence to improve the safety for en-US cyclists by adding the needed width to the en-US bike lane, Mayor Slater concluded.en-US As of press time, the town had not yet en-US received a response to its request.en-US Ms. Aldrich also informed Hometown en-US News that the town has chosen a new Town en-US Manager, Tim Day from Naples. Mr. Day en-US will begin work on Sept. 17, replacing curen-US -en-US rent Town Manager Rob Stabe.en-US Residents can meet Mr. Day at the next en-US regular Town Council meeting on Thursen-US -en-US day, Sept. 20 at 3:30 p.m.en-US For more information on any Indian River en-US Shores issues, call (772) 231-1771 or visit en-US www.irshores.com.en-US The Vero Beach Police Department visiten-US-en-US ed with City Council at the end of August to en-US update the community on School Resource en-US Officers. Vero Beach Police Chief David en-US Currey posted similar information on the en-US departments Facebook page. The officer en-US profiles were also distributed through the en-US Next Door app. en-US Chief Currey said the installation of en-US School Resource Officers at public schools en-US is a response to the shootings at a school in en-US Parkland.en-US There is no mission more important en-US than the safety of our children in the comen-US -en-US munity, said Chief Currey. We have peren-US -en-US sonally hand selected each officer based on en-US their experience, education, and certificaen-US -en-US tions to not only protect the students but to en-US also continue to create and maintain relaen-US -en-US tionships within the community.en-US VBPD officers have been assigned to en-US Beachland Elementaen-US-en-US ry, Rosewood Magnet, en-US and Saint Helens en-US Catholic School. St. en-US Helens is paying for en-US its SRO, and about en-US half the cost for the en-US other two schools is en-US coming from the en-US school district.en-US Recently all three en-US officers have attended en-US training to become en-US School Resource Offien-US-en-US cers, said Chief Currey. It is with great en-US pride that we bring in the new school year en-US creating new bonds within the community. I en-US would like to tell the parents that have their en-US children attending these schools our agency en-US will do everything we can to create a posien-US -en-US tive learning environment while also mainen-US-en-US taining complete safety on campus from en-US bell to bell.en-US Captain Kevin Martin attended the City en-US Council meeting to en-US give an overview of en-US the qualifications of en-US each officer.en-US Officer Charles en-US McFarland, assigned en-US to Beachland Elemenen-US -en-US tary School, is a en-US 20-year veteran of the en-US department and has a en-US Bachelors Degree en-US from Florida State in en-US Psychology, said en-US Capt. Martin. Hes en-US already made some inroads with kids over en-US there, asking to open their juice boxes, so en-US hes having a good time. Everything at en-US Beachland looks pretty good, its locked en-US down pretty solid, so no issues there at all.en-US Officer McFarland is a prior detective en-USthat has always had a knack for teaching, en-US added Chief Currey. Throughout a majorien-US-en-US ty of his career Officer McFarland has en-US trained younger officers on policies and en-US procedures as well as en-US police tactics. Officer en-US McFarland has en-US numerous hours on en-US how to handle active en-US shooters and is patrol en-US rifle certified. Officer en-US McFarland has also en-US been awarded Officer en-US of the Year from the en-US agency. In the near en-US future, Officer en-US McFarland will also en-US be attending DARE.en-US Officer Megan Dewitt is a 17-year veteren-US -en-US an, and she is assigned to St. Helens School, en-US said Capt. Martin.en-US Officer Dewitt has detective experience, en-US as well as holding multiple law enforcement en-US certifications for DARE, RADKIDS (a en-US self-defense class for children), and RADen-US-en-US WOMEN (a self-defense class for women), en-US said Chief Currey. Officer Dewitt has AREA'S BEST BUSINESS REVIEW Presented by: Metro News All Rights Reserved. 1-918-234-7768Spending more and buying less? Maybe you should be shopping at WALMART in Sebastian, where your dollar goes a lot further! Conveniently located at 2001 US-1. phone (772) 589-8528 ; this full line department store offers something that most other stores cant compete with the areas very lowest prices on EVERYTHING Food to feed your family, toys to entertain your children, school supplies, sporting goods, tools, and auto accessories. Nearly every little thing you can think of! Most regular retail department stores feature full retail prices. At WALMART, this is not the case! 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en-US 3 en-USSEBASTIAN What do you get when en-US you combine art, baking, and social activen-US -en-US ism? In Sebastian, the answer is A Kitchen en-US Of Her Own, a new culinary boutique en-US opening soon.en-US Shari Pierce is a professional artist with a en-US passion for working to stop violence against en-US women. Since 2007, she has had exhibitions en-US all over the world regarding violence to en-US women.en-US One day it dawned on me that not everyen-US -en-US one understands or has access to art, but en-US food is the way to the heart. It crosses all en-US gender, cultural, social and economic en-US boundaries, Ms. Pierce told Hometown en-US News. It is a basic necessity and a true pleaen-US-en-US sure that all humanity shares in common. So en-US I had the idea to turn my art studio into a en-US kitchen.en-US A Kitchen Of Her Own, which Ms. Pierce en-US calls AKOHO for short, will be a takeout en-US bakery/coffee shop. Most important, it will en-US be a gathering place and information en-US resource devoted to Ms. Pierces passion for en-US empowering women.en-US AKOHO is a fully operational kitchen en-US that will function as a meeting place, worken-US -en-US shop and creative space to raise awareness en-US and help eliminate violence against women en-US and girls in our community. From my expeen-US-en-US rience of working with victims of violence, en-US women want to help other women and tell en-US their stories but often they do not have the en-US strength to do it alone or the space to do so. en-US The kitchen will support itself by selling en-US baked goods to the public, caterings and en-US fundraisers.en-US AKOHO will serve coffee, croissants, en-US homemade pastries, quiche, fresh juices, en-US waffles, pies and desserts, paninis, and salen-US-en-US ads. The menu will be seasonal and rotate en-US with a few staples. Ms. Pierce will also offer en-US catering and personal cooking/meal planen-US -en-US ning for private clients. en-US My cooking and baking background is en-US inspired by 15 years of living in Germany en-US with a love for the Mediterranean kitchen.en-US Its a place to raise awareness about vioen-US -en-US lence against women. Its a place for people en-US to come and get resources or just be a voice en-US in the community. And I will have fresh en-US juices, pastries, coffee, and a lot of gourmet en-US items Ive come to like in Europe that are en-US hard to find here.en-US The name comes from a Virginia Woolf en-US quote: What a woman needs is a room of en-US her own to create.en-US So much of what happens in the home, en-US both positive and negative, revolves around en-US the kitchen and food, and how you interact en-US with your family, Ms. Pierce said. I thought en-US it was a perfect name for what I want to do, en-US to empower and encourage. I want it to be en-US both a non-threatening place for people to en-US come for information, and also some great en-US pastries and fresh food.en-US Conceptually, she thought it would be en-US perfect to have AKOHO right next to Pauls en-US Guns, whose owner Paul Trefzer she en-US describes as incredibly supportive of her en-US efforts.en-US I was here visiting my mother, and I hapen-US -en-US pened to meet Paul and we became good en-US friends. Paul has been a great supporter of en-US this project. Financially, it couldnt have en-US happened without his help. He is working en-US hard to eliminate violence against women in en-US the community so its actually a great fit.en-US Another person who helped Ms. Pierce en-US refine and improve her concept is Mindi en-US Fetterman, founder of The Inner Truth en-US Project in Port St. Lucie.en-US The Inner Truth Project is a nonprofit en-US that offers services to survivors of sexual en-US violence, allowing them to share their expeen-US-en-US riences in a safe environment. The Inner en-US Truth Project is committed to eliminating en-US the shame and secrecy of sexual abuse, vioen-US -en-US lence or rape.en-US When I first started the project, one en-US organization recommended I contact Mindi en-US Fetterman. I called Mindi and told her my en-US idea. She said the one thing we dont have in en-US our center that we always wanted to have a en-US kitchen where we could all cook together, en-US and sit down and have meals together. en-US When she said that it was a big confirmation en-US of my idea. I will be working hard to raise en-US funds for her center, and hope that she and en-US the women she works with will be coming en-US here and well have dinners together.en-US At first, Ms. Pierce will do all the baking. en-US Once she gets all the right resources and en-US licenses in place, she hopes to be able to en-US allow the community to use the kitchen.en-US I figured I could support this space by en-US serving the things that I like to make, gouren-US -en-US met cakes and pastries, and people could en-US come here. Eventually I hope to use the en-US space and the kitchen as a tool to reach out en-US to the community. A lot of people like to do en-US things like bake cookies for the troops, and I en-US envision this as a place where they can come en-US and do those things together.en-US Im an artist with a cooking addiction, so en-US for me, turning my studio into a kitchen is en-US an art project itself, a performance installaen-US -en-US tion. Over time, because of my connections en-US in the art world, I will be bringing different en-US artists from around the world that are doing en-US social projects. en-USAKOHO can be reached at 772-571-5880. en-US It is located at 9090 North US Highway 1 en-US Wabasso/Sebastian next to Pauls Guns and en-US Rock City Gardens.en-US For more information about Shari Pierce en-US and her artwork, visit en-US www.sharipierce.com. Shari Pierce en-USsees her new en-US A Kitchen Of en-US Her Own as a en-US merger of en-US art, cooking, en-US and advocaen-US -en-US cy for en-US women.en-USStaff photo by en-US Mike Winikoffen-USArtist opens kitchen en-US to empower womenen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com

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en-US 5 en-USby the principal.en-US Other new provisions ban capes, leggings, en-US jeggings, and pajamas.en-US The code bans all tobacco products en-US including vaping, clove cigarettes, and all en-US smoking devices from all school board-en-US owned properties, facilities, and at any en-US school board-sponsored event, 24 hours a en-US day/365 days a year, for students, district en-US personnel, and visitors. Students are prohiben-US-en-US ited from possessing or using tobacco proden-US -en-US ucts during school-sponsored events whethen-US-en-US er on or off district property.en-US Students are prohibited from possessing, en-US storing, making, or using a weapon, includen-US -en-US ing a concealed weapon, in a school safety en-US zone and in any setting that is under the en-US control and supervision of the district for en-US school activities, including property leased, en-US owned, or contracted by the district, a en-US school-sponsored event, or in a district en-US vehicle.en-US Students are required to immediately en-US report knowledge of weapons and threats of en-US violence by students and staff to the builden-US -en-US ing principal.en-US Exceptions include items pre-approved by en-US the principal as part of a class or individual en-USArrests listed were made September 2 en-US through September 9en-USIndian River en-US County Sheriffs Officeen-USMichael Didanio, 37, 8656 104th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, felony failure to appear. en-US Christopher Lott, 17, 133 Sandling Drive, en-US Winter Haven, grand theft auto. en-US James Giddens, homeless, Vero Beach, en-US felony petty theft.en-US Marquis Johnson, 41, Vero Beach, felony en-US battery domestic violence.en-US Victoria Beuttell, 34, 460 9th Place, Vero en-US Beach, two counts possession of controlled en-US substance.en-US Jessica Dollins, 38, 534 5th Street, Vero en-US Beach, utterance of forged bills/check/notes, en-US scheme to defraud financial institution, en-US deposit with intent to defraud, petty theft en-US (2nd degree). en-US Christopher OBuckley, 39, address en-US unknown, grand theft auto.en-US Sean Aikens, 41, 3975 47th Street, Vero en-US Beach, introduction of contraband into jail en-US facility. en-US Noe Montiel, 18, 10023 Esperanza Circle, en-US Fellsmere, armed robbery with deadly en-US weapon.en-US Brandon Volger, 36, 916 Yew Street, en-US Micco, felony theft.en-US Finn McCool, 43, 4055 41st Avenue, Vero en-US Beach, violation of felony probation.en-US Jason Mullis, 33, 9435 S. Ocean Drive, en-US Jenson, battery by strangulation.en-US Deon Phillips, 36, 4531 38th Court, Vero en-US Beach, violation of felony probation, posen-US-en-US session of cocaine.en-US Austin Lemay, 21, 46 North Willow en-US Street, Fellsmere, possession of marijuana en-US over 20 grams.en-US Destin Thomas, 34, 460 8th Place, Vero en-US Beach, grand theft less than $5,000. en-US Tabatha Cook-Swanson, 40, 3235 Courten-US-en-US land Boulevard, Deltona, three counts of en-US grand theft (3rd degree), three counts of en-US utterance of forged bill/checks/drafts, crimen-US-en-US inal use of persons identification. en-US Michelle Cox, 35, 8548 Lake Vista Court, en-US Orland, grand theft (3rd degree), utterance en-US of forged bills/checks/drafts. en-US Jennifer Curry, 41, 516 21st Street, Vero en-US Beach, two counts of possession of oxycoen-US -en-US done, two counts of grand theft (3rd en-US degree).en-US Justin Bowman, 24, 1040 Greenwood en-US Boulevard, violation of felony probation, en-US possession of methamphetamine. en-US Refugio Juvenile, 16, 8465 104th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, aggravated assault with a deaden-US -en-US ly weapon. en-US Mateo Villaseca, 26, 1212 Sea Hunt Drive, en-US Vero Beach, possession of a controlled suben-US-en-US stance. en-US Clyde Reed, 35, 955 16th Place, Vero en-US Beach, violation of probation, grand theft of en-US a motor vehicle. en-US Marshall Ellis, 29, 1304 N 12th Street, en-US Fort Pierce, child abuse.en-US Jeramiah Pittman, 29, 1135 18th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, sale/deliver of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance within 1000 ft of worship structure, en-US possession of cocaine.en-US Joshua Decker, 35, 701 Periwinkle Drive, en-US Sebastian, purchase of a controlled suben-US -en-US stance, possession of a controlled substance. en-US Donald Baker, 48, homeless, Vero Beach, en-US possession of methamphetamine, driving en-US with license suspended/revoked.en-USVero Beach en-US Police Departmenten-USJose Martinez, (address redacted), Vero en-US Beach, lewd and lascivious molestation en-US (victim 12 years of age or younger).en-US Clyde Reed, 57, 1774 43rd Avenue, Vero en-US Beach, felony theft. en-US David Miensma, 38, (address redacted), en-US abuse of child without great bodily harm. 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. 14, 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-USComplimentsen-USToday a paper was left at our driveway. I en-US sat down and read it. I want to extend my en-US appreciation to Donald Rodrigue for his en-US article on charter school issue, the election, en-US and for offering the board vacancies. Well en-US written.en-USOne-eyed drivingen-USWell, there is one thing that drunk drivers en-US do that texting drivers don't bother to do. en-US They keep at least one eye on the road at all en-US times.en-USGratefulen-USWhile in a convenience store on Septemen-US -en-US ber first, I was trying to operate a coffee en-US machine and my old cane kept slipping and en-US landing on the floor. A kind gentleman with en-US a big smile picked it up for me. I explained en-US that the troublesome cane once had a wrist en-US band that had long since worn off and I en-US hadn't found a lasting solution. "Well, I en-US won't be needing mine, soon. Why don't I en-US bring it in from my car and trade for yours?"en-US Before I could get over my surprise, he en-US returned with a brand-new cane with a en-US well-padded handle and a very sturdy wrist en-US band. This is the sort of kindness we need to en-US pass on. Whether it's a smile where you see a en-US frown, a helping hand, or the kind of activen-US -en-US ism that makes this world a better place, en-US we'll all be better off for the effort.en-US Thank you, kind sir. I've already paid it en-US forward.en-USEnforce littering lawsen-USThe trash and cigarette butts being left on en-US our beaches and roadways is really unbearen-US -en-US able. There are laws on the books regarding en-US littering, I wish they were enforced. I think en-US some of our tax money would be well spent en-US on some police and beach safety personnel en-US whose job is, while not completely specific en-US to, focused on littering.en-US It is all too common to see a smoker casuen-US -en-US ally toss a butt on the ground or stick it in en-US the sand on the beach. Ugggh. You only en-US need to have a roving beach patrol stop en-US when they see someone smoking on the en-US beach. The clouds of smoke are easy to spot. en-US When the person is done with their cigaen-US-en-US rette, usually in a minute or so, observe what en-US they do with the butt. If it goes in an ashtray en-US or empty bottle or pocket, great! If it goes on en-US the beach, issue a ticket.en-US The revenue collected from this would en-US more than pay the wages of police and beach en-US safety and keep the beaches and roadways en-US cleaner. Could be a win, win, no?en-USCat owners called outen-USI am an animal lover and would never en-US hurt any. My fondness is for dogs and wonen-US -en-US der why cats do not have the same rules, en-US such as staying on their owner's property, en-US walking on a leash, etc. It is not in the anien-US-en-US mal's best interest to be roaming at any time en-US but especially at night. If you do not want en-US the cat in your house why do you have one?en-US I am tired of cats urinating on my house en-US especially the front door, chasing and killing en-US small animals such as birds, doves, squirrels, en-US lizards, etc. I love watching small animals, en-US all in my back yard, and my dog has never en-US chased any of them because they are not en-US never out there at the same time.en-US So, please cat owners think of all the other en-US small animals that want to live and have fun en-US in a yard.en-USNo left turnen-USTwice today I witnessed vehicles coming en-US out of the plaza on the NE corner of Monteen-US -en-US rey and US #1 onto Monterey going West en-US and causing obstructions to the flow of trafen-US-en-US fic. The first vehicle was an A/C van that en-US blocked the traffic until everyone stopped to en-US let him make the illegal left hand turn. The en-US second vehicle (which surprised me very en-US much) was a Martin County Sheriff vehicle en-US who also impeded the flow of traffic just to en-US enable him to make an illegal left hand turn en-US and get into the lane he needed so that he en-US could return to the Sheriff's department en-US further west on Monterey (there was no en-US urgency, no flashing lights, just didn't want en-US to go to the proper exit and make the proper en-US turn to return to the Sheriff's department).en-US Because of this plaza having traffic turnen-US-en-US ing from US #1 onto Monterey going East, en-US the sign at the exit near Pei Wei says "NO en-US LEFT TURN" so as to not impede the flow en-US of traffic turning from Monterey to US #1 or en-US the traffic turning onto Monterey from US en-US #1 and maybe causing an accident.en-US I am so appalled by inconsideration of en-US first the A/C van and then to have the Sheren-US -en-US iff's Department do the same illegal turn, en-US setting an example of disobeying the law. en-US This is why our young people of today have en-US no respect for authority. Why should they, en-US when the authority who should be setting en-US the example, ignores the law.en-USFighting robo callsen-USIn response to the reader who is being en-US bombarded with robo calls. Go online to en-US nomorobo.comen-US and register your phone en-US number. Its free for landlines and $1.99 per en-US month for smartphones. No gimmicks. en-USWorks like a charm. We love it. The phone en-US will ring one time and then disconnect. I en-US can put up with that!en-USReducing panicen-USThere is a very useful free app for your en-US cell phone. There also is a live feed on their en-US website. They are also on Facebook. It is zip en-US code specific. It might help the writer and en-US readers who are concerned by storm panic. en-US "Florida Storms" is powered by Florida en-US Public Radio Emergency Network. [FPREN] en-US It provides tropics updates, evacuation/trafen-US -en-US fic information, weather, alerts, maps, radar, en-US radio feeds and more.en-USSome adviceen-USA recent plea asked on how to deal with en-US telephone solicitations. In short why are you en-US answering the phone? The call back method en-US is very effective. Caller ID is helpful as it en-US identifies friends, important vendors/cusen-US-en-US tomers and relatives. As for calls you dont en-US recognize simply let them go to voicemail. en-US A phone with call memory will allow recall en-US of unknown numbers. When I call back a en-US solicitation usually the following occurs: 1. en-US the line is dead (no answer); 2. the marketen-US -en-US ing company announcement answers your en-US call and asks if you wish to be removed from en-US their call list (very handy); 3. a live person en-US answers but this is rare and they do not usuen-US -en-US ally get call backs and are off script. At my en-US business we keep a call log on a spreadsheet en-US and this is a great way to ID repeat solicitaen-US -en-US tions (offenders). Sammie en-USSchulman, en-US 17, and Alice en-US Riley, 15, of en-US Vero Beach en-US High School, en-US sort through en-US tote bags at en-US Saturdays en-US annual en-US United Wway en-US Day of Caring en-US event.en-USAnthony Inswastyen-US staff photographeren-USHelping out

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en-US 7 en-USSEBASTIAN The Sebastian en-US River Area Chamber of Comen-US -en-US merce Health & Wellness Comen-US -en-US mittee will host an Opioid Crisis en-US Summit on Friday, Sept. 21, 1-4 en-US p.m., at the City of Sebastian en-US Council Chambers. en-US The meeting, which is open to en-US the general public, will provide en-US information about opioid and en-US prescription drug abuse, and resources to en-US aid in the prevention and treatment of opien-US -en-US oid/prescription drug addiction and abuse.en-US The agenda will be divided into two parts. en-US The first half, called Understanding the en-US Problem, will include presentations on the en-US physiology of opioid addiction, pain/medien-US-en-US cal treatment, family member testimony, en-US law enforcement, and legal issues.en-US The second half, called Finding a Soluen-US-en-US tion, will cover levels of care and treatment en-US options, counseling, prevention, and legislaen-US-en-US tion. One section will include testimony en-US from a person in recovery.en-US Presenters will include Liana K. Urfer, en-US M.D., Psychiatry, Dr. Harold Cordner, Floren-US -en-US ida Pain Management Associates, Sebastian, en-US Anesthesiology/Pain Management, Fellsen-US-en-US mere Police Chief Keith Touchberry, attoren-US -en-US ney Nicole Menz, Brett Hall, Executive en-US Director, IRC Mental Health Collaborative, en-US Frances Watford, Director of Nursing, Treaen-US -en-US sure Coast Community Health, Carrie Lesen-US -en-US ter, LMHC/Addiction Specialist, Substance en-US Awareness Center of IRC, Erin Grall, Florien-US -en-US da State Representative, District 54, and en-US George Lynch, Pastor, Recovery Church.en-US According to the Centers for Disease en-US Control, the most common drugs involved en-US in prescription opioid overdose deaths are en-US Methadone, Oxycodone (such as OxyConen-US -en-US tin), and Hydrocodone (such as Vicodin).en-US The CDC says that opioids can be used to en-US treat severe pain after surgery or injury, or en-US in conjunction with cancer treatment. Howen-US -en-US ever, recent years have seen a sharp increase en-US in the use of prescription opioids for the en-US treatment of chronic, non-cancer pain, such en-US as back pain or osteoarthritis. This trend, en-US the CDC says, brings serious risks, and the en-US agency notes a lack of evidence about their en-US long-term effectiveness.en-US The CDC is calling for improved methen-US -en-US ods for treating pain. More than 191 million en-US opioid prescriptions were written for en-US patients in the United States in 2017, with en-US wide variation across states. Providers in the en-US highest prescribing state, Alabama, wrote en-US almost three times as many prescriptions en-US per person as those in the lowest prescribing en-US state, Hawaii.en-US In the United States as a whole, the averen-US -en-US age number of opioid drug deaths per en-US 100,000 people is 19.69. Floridas numbers en-US are higher, with 22.9 drug deaths per en-US 100,000 people. Indian River County, with en-US 21.1 drug deaths per 100,000 people, is en-US lower than the Florida average but higher en-US than the U.S. average.en-US According to the CDC, risk factors for en-US prescription pain reliever abuse and overen-US -en-US dose include obtaining overlapping preen-US -en-US scriptions from multiple providers and en-US pharmacies, taking high daily dosages of en-US prescription opioid pain relievers, having en-US mental illness or a history of alcohol or en-US other substance abuse, living in rural areas, en-US and having low income.en-US Anyone who takes prescription opioids en-US can become addicted. Up to one in four en-US patients receiving long-term opioid therapy en-US struggle with addiction. In 2016, more than en-US 11.5 million Americans reported misusing en-US prescription opioids in the prior year.en-US The summit is sponsored by the Indian en-US River County Medical Society and Suben-US -en-US stance Abuse Free Indian River.en-US The City of Sebastian Council Chambers en-US is located at 1225 Main Street, Sebastian. en-US For more information call (772) 589-5969, en-US emailen-US info@sebastianchamber.com, en-USor visit en-US www.SebastianChamber.com. 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 en-USChamp is a six and a half-year old neutered male black and white en-US mixed breed dog who came to the Humane Society in February. en-US This handsome guy is friendly with people. Hes great going on en-US walks. Champs favorite activity is playing tug-of-war with heavy-duen-US -en-US ty rope toys. If youre looking for fun and exercise, check him out! en-US Are you up to the challenge? Dont forget he IS the Champ! 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-USOpioid Crisis Summit en-US Sept. 21 in Sebastianen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com

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en-US 8 en-UStrained countless women and children to en-US defend themselves and to notice strangers en-US that may seem out of place. Over the years en-US Officer Dewitt has taken great pride in en-US teaching DARE to all three schools that we en-US will be assigning officers. Officer Dewitt has en-US also trained newer officers on policies, proen-US -en-US cedures, and police tactics. Officer Dewitt en-US has also been trained on how to handle en-US active shooter scenarios.en-US Officer Randal Slattery, 13 years with the en-US Department, is at Rosewood Elementary en-US School, said Capt. Martin. He has a Bacheen-US -en-US lors Degree in Mathematics from Palm en-US Beach Atlantic College. He was at Roseen-US -en-US wood all of last year.en-US Officer Slattery holds multiple law en-US enforcement certifications as being a fireen-US -en-US arms instructor, as well as instructor techen-US -en-US niques, and is DARE certified, added en-US Chief Currey. Officer Slattery also assists en-US training our current police force in active en-US shooter, firearms qualifications and familen-US -en-US iarization. Prior to entering law enforceen-US-en-US ment, Officer Slattery was a math teacher.en-US The VBPD has also assigned two backup en-US SROs, in case one of the three primary offien-US -en-US cers is sick, has to go to training, or has a en-US vacation day. Those are Officer Brad Kmetz, en-US who has been with the department for 11 en-US years, and Sgt. David Puscher, a 26-year veten-US-en-US eran of the Vero Beach Police Department.en-US All of these officers are very well educaten-US -en-US ed, and educated in Florida, said Capt. en-US Martin. Any security issues that we have, en-US theyre bringing to the attention of the staff. en-US The Chief and I visited the staff last week, en-US and theyre all extremely pleased and happy en-US to have the officers there.en-US presentation, or as theatrical props used en-US under adult supervision. The exception en-US does not apply to working firearms or to en-US any ammunition.en-US In accordance with the Gun Free Schools en-US Act of 1994, any student who is deteren-US -en-US mined to have brought a firearm to school, en-US to any school function, or onto any en-US school-sponsored transportation will be en-US expelled, with or without continuing eduen-US -en-US cational services, from the students regular en-US school for a period of no less than one full en-US year, and will be referred to mental health en-US services identified by the school district en-US and the criminal justice or juvenile justice en-US system.en-US Under the section regarding student en-US groups, the code bans any gang or gang-reen-US -en-US lated activity and prohibits membership en-US or participation in the organization or en-US operation of any fraternity, sorority, or en-US other secret group.en-US The code places a responsibility on the en-US schools themselves regarding all forms of en-US bullying and harassment. One provision en-US says Schools shall appropriately identify, en-US report, investigate, and respond to situaen-US -en-US tions of bullying, harassment, cyberbullyen-US-en-US ing, sexual cyberbullying, hazing, dating en-US violence and abuse, bias behavior, and en-US gang-related activities of any type. This en-US applies whether incidents occur on school en-US grounds, at school-sponsored events, en-US through school computer networks, off en-US school grounds, or in any way have an en-US impact on school safety and positive school en-US climate.en-US Regarding wireless communication en-US devices like cell phones and tablets, the en-US code spells out when a student can or cant en-US use such devices. Whenever devices are en-US allowed to be used, The student must conen-US -en-US nect to the district Wi-Fi to access the en-US Internet during classroom instruction even en-US if they have their own data plan in complien-US -en-US ance with CIPA (Childrens Internet Proen-US-en-US tection Act). en-US Students are not allowed to download or en-US stream any audio or video without teacher en-US permission.en-US Additional provisions of the new code en-US reference discipline including suspension en-US and expulsion, searches and seizures, and en-US due process rights of students.en-US The public hearing to discuss the Code en-US of Conduct will be held Tuesday, Sept. 25, en-US 2018, at 6 p.m. during the District School en-US Board Business Meeting at the J.A. Thompen-US-en-US son Administrative Center, Joe N. Idlette, en-US Jr. Teacher Education Center, 6500 57th St., en-US Vero Beach.en-US The agenda will be published one week en-US before the meeting at en-US www.indianriveren-US -en-US schools.org/2018-2019-meetings.en-US To see a draft of the Code of Conduct, en-US visit en-US www.indianriverschools.orgen-US then look en-US under the section called Attachments and en-US click on Code of Conduct Draft Public en-US Hearing 9-25-18. FREE DIGITAL MARKETING SEMINAR Media GroupDate: Tuesday, October 2nd Time: 9am 11am Continental Breakfast Venue: Hilton Garden Inn PGA Village Port St. Lucie 8540 Commerce Centre Drive Port St Lucie, FL 34983RSVP with your local Hometown News Consultant or contact Amanda Tucker at 772-465-5656 or atucker@hometownnewsol.com Code en-USFrom page 5en-USSchoolen-USFrom page 2

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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-US en-US Firefighter Combat Challenge:en-US en-US Competition event that encourages en-US firefighter fitness and demonstrates the en-US profession's rigors to the public. Wearing full en-US gear, firefighters race head-to-head as they en-US simulate the physical demands of real-life en-US firefighting by performing a linked series of en-US five tasks including climbing the five-story en-US tower, hoisting, chopping, dragging hoses en-US and rescuing a life-sized, 175-pound victim en-US as they race against themselves, their en-US opponents and the clock. The event will also en-US incorporate a Treasure Coast CrossFit en-US challenge bringing an additional estimated en-US 200 physical fitness competitors to the en-US event. The public is encouraged to attend. en-US Free admission, with food trucks, vendors, en-US and special displays at the Manatee en-US Observation & Education Center along with en-US the first-ever photography exhibit by Rusty en-US Wiles, a St. Lucie County firefighter and en-US nationally recognized minimalist en-US photographer at the A.E. Backus Museum & en-US Gallery. en-US For schedule and information, visit en-US www.FirefighterChallenge.com. 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 ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USKeep track of your week, Aries. Review your en-US schedule frequently. You never know which en-US learning experiences will come your way. en-US Think about how they make you feel.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, your mind is buzzing like a bee and it en-US can be challenging to find some time to relax. en-US Do not worry, your thoughts will soon put you en-US on the path you need to take.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, some hectic mornings may be on the en-US horizon. Schedule meetings in the afternoon en-US when you are ready and have full brain power en-US in effect.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USThings may seem tight and rigid this week, en-US Cancer. That just means it is up to you to lighten-US-en-US en things up. Consider a few jokes to put en-US coworkers in a good mood.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USLeo, you need to look at your emotions intelen-US-en-US lectually this week; otherwise, your feelings en-US may be hard to discern. Think through actions en-US before you put them in motion.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USPrepare for some surprises this week, Virgo. en-US Processes will be introduced either by you or en-US someone close to you, with interesting results. en-US This is your time to excel.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USLife is going well for you in most respects, en-US Libra. But there is always room for a little en-US improvement. Now is a great time to take en-US advantage of good fortune and push ahead.en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USScorpio, this week you are likely working out en-US something important in your mind that can en-US help clarify your emotions. The answer you get en-US may be different from what you expected.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USBe careful not to overdo things this week, en-USHoroscopesen-USVBMA features three diverse en-US art exhibits en-USVERO BEACH Two of the three en-US spectacular VBMA exhibits are closing en-US over the next ten days, so now is a great en-US time to visit our local arts jewel.en-US Closing Sept. 16 is the amazing en-US Astronomy Photographer of the Year en-US show in the Holmes Gallery. This exhien-US -en-US bition features fifty phenomenal phoen-US-en-US tographs chosen from entries to the en-US international Astronomy Photograen-US-en-US pher of the Year competition.en-US Each year, the Royal Observatory in en-US London judges submissions from en-US around the world in categories such as en-US aurorae, galaxies, moon, sun, people Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 11en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 11en-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 2018 en-US VERO BEACHen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 9en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com Photo courtesy of VBMA en-USJoseph Stella, Joy of Living, 1940, Oil on en-US canvas, museum purchase with funds en-US provided by the Athena Society, 2018.en-USSeeen-US en-US EXHIBITSen-US, page 10 Romare Bearden, Jazz II Deluxe, 1980, Serigraph on paper, en-USGift of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Gibson

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en-US 10 en-USand space, planets, comets and en-US asteroids, skyscapes, and stars en-US and nebulae. A panel of curators, en-US astronomers, and artists chose en-US winners from 3,800 entries taken en-US by photographers in 91 countries. en-US This year the judges received en-US images of Uranus and asteroids en-US for the first time.en-US Visitors will see images such as en-US Mercury crossing the sun, the en-US Aurora Borealis reflected on the en-US sea in Iceland, and a starry sky en-US over a glacier in Argentina.en-US Closing Sept. 23 is Post-War en-US Impressions: Printmaking in the en-US United States after World War II, en-US in the Titelman Gallery. This en-US exhibition features a wide-rangen-US-en-US ing selection from the museums en-US own collection of American prints. Well-en-US known artists such as Andy Warhol, Romare en-US Bearden, Alexander Calder, and Jasper en-US Johns, plus lesser-known artists Warrington en-US Colescott, Larry Dinkin, Elizabeth Murray, en-US Judy Pfaff, and John Wilde are all on display.en-US This exhibition offers the opportunity to en-US learn about many different printmaking en-US techniques including cellocut, collograph, en-US etching, intaglio, lithograph, serigraph, viten-US -en-US reograph, woodcut, and steam iron.en-US The third current exhibit, in the en-US Schumann and Stark Galleries through Jan. en-US 13, is 150 Years of Painting and Sculpture en-US from the Permanent Collection.en-US American and global contemporary art en-US from the mid-19th century to the present en-US day includes Isabel Bishop, Harold Gregor, en-US Kenneth Noland, John Sloan, and Jack en-US Tworkov, in addition to new VBMA acquien-US -en-US sitions by Waldo Peirce, Joseph Stella, and en-US Marguerite Zorach. The exhibition will en-US include works that are rarely on view, en-US including paintings by Patrick Archer, en-US Pierre Daura, and Ren Portocarrero and en-US sculpture by Paul Granlund and Louise en-US Kruger.en-US The VBMA is open Monday through Saten-US -en-US urday, 10 a.m.:30 p.m., and Sunday, en-US 1:30 p.m. Admission is free for members, en-US children under 18, and active military with en-US valid ID. Others: adults $10, seniors en-US (65yrs+) $9, students with ID $5, adult en-US group tours (15 or more) $9; tour with a en-US docent $30 per docent.en-US On Sept. 22, everybody visits free, as the en-US VBMA celebrates Museum Day.en-US For more information call (772) 231-0707 en-US or visit www.vbmuseum.org.en-US The Vero Beach Museum of Art is located en-US at 3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach. Exhibits en-USFrom page 9 Photo courtesy of VBMA en-USIn Autumn Dance, Kamil Nureev en-USArthur en-US Hansen of en-US Fort Pierce en-US took along en-US his copy of en-US Hometown en-US News to en-US Westminen-US -en-US ster Abbey en-US in England. en-US Thanks for en-US taking us en-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 was en-US taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line.en-USTouring with the Townies

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en-US 11 en-USSATURDAY, SEPT. 15en-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 barbeen-US-en-US cue, 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 Saturday Afternoon STEAM Talks:en-US A en-US Year Full of Stars with Planetarium Director en-US Jon U. Bell at 4 p.m., Hallstrom Planetarium, en-US IRSC main campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort en-US Pierce. Get a preview of some upcoming sky en-US events, including a total lunar eclipse on Jan. en-US 20, 2019, plus some great views of the en-US moon and planets, and information about en-US the new season of planetarium shows. en-US Treasure Coast Astronomical Society will en-US provide telescope viewing after the presentaen-US -en-US tion, if weather permits. Free, public is en-US welcome. en-US For information, visit en-US www.irsc.edu.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, catered by 14 Bones en-US BBQ, with live entertainment and dancing to en-US the sounds of the Ladies of Soul. Tickets are en-US $50 per person. en-US For more information, call en-US (772) 794-1005 or visiten-US www.GYAC.net.en-USSUNDAY, SEPT. 16en-GB en-GB 'Pines of Rome:'en-GB Presented by the en-GB Space Coast Symphony Orchestra at 3 en-GB p.m., Vero Beach High School Performing en-GB Arts Center, 1707 16th Street, Vero Beach. en-GB Featuring Fuchs' Eventide: Concerto for en-GB English Horn and Orchestra, and Respighi's en-GB Pines of Rome and Roman Festivals. en-GB General admission tickets are $25 in en-GB advance; free for ages 18 and under. en-GB For en-GB tickets, call (855) 252-7276 or visiten-GB http://en-GB spacecoastsymphony.org/event/pines-of-en-GB rome-2/en-USTUESDAY, SEPT. 18 FRIDAY, SEPT. 28en-GB en-GB Parachuting Championships:en-GB Skydive en-GB Sebastian, 400 Airport Dr. W, Sebastian. en-GB Skydive Sebastian hosts the 2018 USPA en-GB National Parachuting Championships. en-GB Accuracy Landing, Canopy Formation and en-GB Canopy Piloting competitions.en-GB For daily en-GB schedules and registration visit en-GB www.en-GB skydiveseb.com/nationals-2018/.en-GBWEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19en-GB en-GB Talk Like a Pirate Day:en-GB 2 p.m., Main en-GB Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. Ahoy en-GB Mateys! You too can talk like a pirate with en-GB Mango Languages. Try Mango Languages en-GB FREE Pirate Language Course, learn about en-GB pirate history, stay to create your own pirate en-GB booty and more. Costumes encouraged. en-GB For en-GB more details, contact Jessica at (772) 770-en-GB 5060, ext. 4121 or en-GB jmatthews@irclibrary.orgen-USTHURSDAY, SEPT. 20en-GB en-GB Teen Taste Test: Oreo Challenge:en-GB 3 en-GB p.m., Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero en-GB Beach. Take a blind taste test of Oreos and en-GB guess their flavors. Prizes will be awarded for en-GB the most accurate palate. en-GB For more en-GB information, contact Jessica at (772) 770-en-GB 5060, ext. 4121 or en-GB jmatthews@irclibrary.orgen-US en-US A Lecture on the Indian River Lagoon:en-US en-US 6 p.m., Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero en-US Beach. Join us for an overview of the issues en-US affecting the Indian River Lagoon, including en-US current conditions, where to find more en-US information, and what you can do. Presented en-US by Kathleen Hall of the Indian River Lagoon en-US National Estuary Program. en-US For more details, en-US contact Jessica at (772) 770-5060, ext. en-US 4121, or en-USjmatthews@irclibrary.org Answers Located in the Classied Section 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-USSagittarius. You may want to jump right in to a en-US gym workout or financial project. Its good to en-US be exuberant, but exercise caution, too.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USIt is challenging to prevent your temper from en-US getting the best of you sometimes, Capricorn. en-US But hostility is not the way to handle a sticky en-US situation.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USAquarius, dont be surprised if one day this en-US week you wake up with inspiration that wasnt en-US there the night before. Keep an eye out for en-US strokes of genius.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USSometimes you are prone to acting on en-US impulse, Pisces. This week you need to align en-US your head and heart on the same plane to en-US forge ahead.en-USScopesen-USFrom page 9en-USOuten-USFrom page 9

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