Hometown news (Vero Beach, FL). 2007.

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VERO BEACHWABASSO BEACHSIDE Vol. 16, No. 7 en-USFriday, Oct. 12, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsIndianRiver @hometownnewsirc @HometownNewsIRC 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 @$50 OFFComprehensive Exam & Full Mouth Series of X-rays. New Patients Only. Oer Expires 10-30-18(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 THE PURCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE) W/ this ad. Coupon not valid W/Delivery. Exp 10-30-18 en-USVERO BEACH The upcoming Vero Beach en-US City Council elections are in flux, with a lawsuit en-US set to determine the fate of two candidates who en-US were temporarily removed from the ballot, Linda en-US Hillman and Brian Heady.en-US Following the conclusion of the qualifying en-US period, and after being informed they had qualien-US -en-US fied, Ms. Hillman and Mr. Heady were removed en-US from the ballot, because some forms in their files en-US that were supposed to be signed did not have sigen-US -en-US natures. Both candidates claim that they signed en-US the forms, and that those forms were reviewed by en-US City Clerk Tammy Bursick, who told them their en-US paperwork was complete.en-US The first question is whether the two candien-US -en-US dates signed their forms in all the necessary placen-US -en-US es. Second, did signed forms disappear from their en-US files at the City Clerks office? Third, what would en-US the election Canvassing Board do about it? en-US Fourth, what would the City Council do about en-USCity Council race may not en-US be decided in November en-USCity delaysen-US golf course en-US decision en-USVERO BEACH The City of Vero en-US Beach is determined to sell the former en-US Dodgertown Golf Course, a 35-acre paren-US -en-US cel adjacent to the larger Historic Dodgen-US-en-US ertown complex owned by the county. en-US What is uncertain is whether the city en-US will sell the land to a private developer, en-US who would build a hotel and other busien-US -en-US nesses, or to the county, which would en-US consider multiple options including preen-US -en-US serving the land as a park.en-US Faced with two similarly priced offers, en-US the Vero Beach City Council has deciden-US -en-US ed to pause, reflect, and reconsider.en-US At the Oct. 2 Council meeting, the en-US City Council voted 3-2 to pause, in the en-US words of Vice Mayor Lange Sykes. Mr. en-US Sykes was the only councilmember to en-US change his position from that expressed en-US at the Sept. 4 meeting.en-US Mayor Harry Howle and Counen-US -en-US cilmember Val Zudans remained in en-US favor of selling to a developer. Counen-US -en-US cilmembers Laura Moss and Tony Young en-US remained opposed.en-US Also left on the table, at least tempoen-US -en-US rarily, is an offer from the county.en-US The golf course was built in 1966, en-US during segregation, to allow black baseen-US-en-US ball players training with the Dodgers in en-US Vero Beach to have a place to play. Part en-US of its history is that Jackie Robinson en-US played there. It was Indian River Counen-US -en-US tys first public golf course.en-US The city bought the land for almost en-US $10 million in 2005. The most recent en-US appraisal was for $3.5 million in 2015.en-US Developer Mark Hulbert offered $2.1 en-US million. The city appeared poised to en-US accept Mr. Hulberts offer, until the en-US county stepped in on Sept. 4 and offered en-US $2.4 million. Later that evening, Mr. en-USReady to mow en-USSeeen-US en-US COUNCILen-US page 3 Anthony Inswasty/staff photographer en-USThe Kindergarten Readiness Collaborative of Indian River County held the en-US annual Touch A Truck event Saturday, Oct. 6 at the Indian River County Fairen-US -en-US grounds in Vero Beach. Children got to honk horns and explore a variety of en-US vehicles. Here, Colton Darnell, 3, plays around on a John Deere tractor from en-US Everglades Farm Equipment.en-USSeeen-US Gen-USOLFen-US page 7en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Mike en-USINDEX Classified 14 Crossword en-US13 Horoscopes en-US9 Out & About 9 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USCOMMUNITY CALENDAR See en-UScommunity en-US events on en-US page 9 and en-US online at en-US hometownen-US-en-US LOOKING FOR A HOME 7 en-USWould you like a en-US playful, active young en-US cat? Visit the en-US Humane Society en-USMEET SARABI 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? ENTERTAINMENT 9 en-USStill planning your en-US weekend? There's a corn en-US maze to wander through en-US if you need a taste of fall en-USENTER THE en-US CORN MAZE




3 en-USthe Canvassing Boards decision?en-US Now theres a fifth question what will en-US the court say?en-US Jumping to the end of the story, the Vero en-US Beach City Council decided on Oct. 3 that en-US the Nov. 6 election will proceed without en-US either Ms. Hillman or Mr. Heady on the balen-US -en-US lot. The council rejected the Canvassing en-US Boards recommendation to put the two en-US candidates back on the ballot and, if necesen-US -en-US sary, hold a special election in December. en-US Instead, Ms. Hillmans law suit will be heard en-US in court by the 19th Judicial Circuit, with no en-US guarantee as to when it will be decided or en-US how it will affect the November election.en-US Throughout the dispute, both Ms. Hillen-US -en-US man and Mr. Heady have maintained that en-US they are certain they filed the proper, signed en-US forms.en-US This is not the first time theres been a en-US missing document, Mr. Heady told the en-US Canvassing Board. Its not Lindas responsien-US-en-US bility, its not my responsibility, for the care, en-US control, and custody of the file. I can also en-US tell you with 100 percent certainty that I en-US know there were people other than Tammy en-US in those files. And I can tell you with 100 en-US percent certainty that other people had copen-US -en-US ies made of stuff that was in those files. Did en-US they put the right copies back? Or is that en-US signed copy now someplace in their folder? en-US Did they put a signed copy in the copy en-US machine and forget to take it back out, and en-US is that copy now trash, gone? I dont know. en-US Heres what I do know: the evidence is clear en-US that Linda Hillman came before the City en-US Clerk ... and filled out all the forms that were en-US required, sat down with the City Clerk and en-US she said yes, Ms. Hillman, raise your hand en-US INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The Indien-US -en-US an River County Real Men Wear Pink team en-US is close to their goal of raising $35,000 for en-US the American Cancer Society.en-US Money raised during the challenge goes en-US towards ACS breast cancer initiatives, en-US including research, patient services, and en-US education about screenings and risk reducen-US-en-US tion.en-US Real Men Wear Pink candidates commit en-US to wear pink throughout October, raise en-US awareness through social media networks, en-US and raise a minimum of $2,500.en-US At the end of the first week of the event, en-US the 16 Indian River County participants had en-US raised $28,893 towards the $35,000 goal.en-US Way out in the lead was Dan Chappell of en-US Seacoast Bank with $12,503. Nicholas Ruten-US-en-US ledge of Indian River Podiatry was holding en-US second place with $7,191.en-US Next came Mark Heyer of Classic Car en-US Wash & Detail Center at $3,085, followed by en-US Harry Howle of Gottzmann Insurance en-US Group with $1,170.en-US Alan Dritenbas of Walking Tree Brewery en-US has raised $910.en-US My father passed away last year after en-US fighting cancer for a couple years, said Mr. en-US Dritenbas. Its devastating watching someen-US -en-US one you love most in the world fight this teren-US -en-US rible disease and lose. One of our Walking en-US Tree team members is currently fighting en-US breast cancer. Shes an amazing person with en-US a huge heart. She recently had surgery and en-US was right back at work the next week. Her en-US dedication and positivity is my fuel to raise en-US as much money as I can.en-US In 2015, breast cancer impacted our lives en-US when my wife was diagnosed, said Andrew en-US Trilla of Indian River Medical Center, who en-US has raised $878. We found out she had trien-US -en-US ple negative stage 2b breast cancer. She was en-US diagnosed a second time in 2017 with triple en-US negative stage 1 breast cancer. She has been en-US in remission since September 2017. We en-US leaned on the American Cancer Society for en-US their support and services. My wife utilized en-US the Look Good Feel Better Program and en-US received a free wig. They also provided rides en-US to treatment through Road to Recovery and en-US recommended support groups in our area.en-US Other than skin cancer, breast cancer is en-US the most common cancer in women. en-US According to the ACS, about 268,670 new en-US cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagen-US-en-US nosed in 2018, up from 252,710 in 2017. en-US About 63,960 new cases of carcinoma in situ en-US (CIS) will be diagnosed in women. CIS is en-US non-invasive and is the earliest form of en-US breast cancer.en-US While breast cancer incidence rates are en-US highest in non-Hispanic white women, en-US according to the ACS, breast cancer death en-US rates are highest in African American en-US women.en-US I am an eight-year breast cancer survivor en-US and know firsthand what it is like to fight en-US this terrible disease, said Harold Schwartz, en-US who has raised $466. In supporting the en-US American Cancer Society, we hope that we en-US will see a cure in our lifetime.en-US To see all the Indian River County Real en-US Men and donate to one or more, visit en-US http://en-US For more information about Real Men en-US Wear Pink of Indian River County, contact en-US Jenny Davis, (772) 562-2272 x2406, en-US jenny.en-US en-US Donations with a note indicating which en-US Real Man to be credited can also be mailed en-US to American Cancer Society, ATTN: Real en-USMen Wear Pink of Indian River County, en-US 3375 20th St Ste 100, Vero Beach, FL 32960.en-US Cancer information and advice is availen-US -en-US able 24 hours a day at (800) 227-2345. 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4 en-USto take the oath. And the reason we take the en-US oath ahead of time is because when election en-US day happens, and youre the top vote getter, en-US youre an elected official. Youre already en-US sworn in Tammy has already taken care of en-US that.en-US If Tammy thought there was a form that en-US wasnt signed, she would have stopped it and en-US we would have signed the form.en-US In fact, at one point ... Tammy called me en-US up and said hey Brian, somebody was in en-US your file and they said a form was missing, en-US and Tammy said can you come back in and en-US fill the form out? This was before the qualien-US -en-US fying period ended. I went in, Tammy gave en-US me the form that was missing. There was en-US nothing else missing. Tammy didnt make en-US any mistake. The only thing Tammy knows en-US is that at some point after the qualifying en-US period somebody she knows who, I dont en-US somebody came up to her and said the file en-US was missing a paper.en-US The question isnt whether or not Linda en-US or myself didnt properly qualify. The real en-US question is: where the hell is the signed en-US copy?en-US Ms. Hillman recounts a similar story.en-US On July 9, when I came in to file my en-US papers, I filled out all of the forms except for en-US my signatures. I came in with my treasurer, en-US we handed the papers over to Tammy, and en-US as she looked at each paper she handed it to en-US me to sign. Each paper she handed me, I en-US signed. I handed them back. Every single en-US paper was signed. I went to the bank to open en-US my campaign account. I came back with my en-US treasurer and also with my PR woman. en-US Tammy looked at the form, the treasurer en-US signed the form, we handed it to her, and en-US she then asked for a check, which in your en-US statutes says that before she can accept a en-US check, and before she can give me the oath, en-US those forms have all got to be filled out and en-US signed. Which she verified. We both en-US myself and my treasurer asked Tammy is en-US everything there? Tammy said everything en-US is here. Now we went to the oath. Those en-US papers were there. All of them. Tammy en-US looked at them, she had to verify all of them. en-US So where did they go?en-US I knew I signed all forms. I knew Tammy en-US verified those forms. I was 100 percent sure en-US of that.en-US I got a call ... stating that I was disqualien-US -en-US fied because those forms were not filled en-US out.en-US Im being disqualified because someen-US -en-US body went into my files, and that somebody en-US publicly acknowledged that, at the August en-US 21 City Council meeting, that he in fact copen-US -en-US ied my file, printed my file, and took a en-US screenshot of my files. And its the same peren-US -en-US son that called Tammy to say my paperwork en-US was not complete.en-US The Vero Beach Elections Canvassing en-US Board consists of City Clerk Tammy Buren-US -en-US sick, City Attorney Wayne Coment and City en-US Manager Jim OConnor. Also present at the en-US boards Sept. 20 meeting to discuss the issue en-US was Assistant City Attorney Kira Honse.en-US This board has very limited authority en-US and powers, Mr. Coment said. Even if we en-US find that in fairness the missing signatures en-US should have been pointed out to the candien-US-en-US dates, this board doesnt have the authority... en-US one of the problems we have is the Supervien-US -en-US sor of Elections, Mrs. Swan, has already sent en-US out the overseas ballots. Because of that, the en-US names were missing, Mrs. Hillman and Mr. en-US Heady. Even if we decided we should forgive en-US that out of fairness, this board doesnt have en-US the authority to order the Supervisor of en-US Elections to put names back on the ballot, to en-US delay an election, to void the current slate of en-US candidates, to have a special election.en-US Were limited. We can look at the law and en-US look at the documents and say the persons en-US are qualified or theyre not qualified. Thats en-US as far as we can go.en-US Linda Hillman told the Canvassing Board en-US that City Clerk Bursick told her before the en-US deadline that everything was there. I can en-US only rely on the clerk to verify those. I would en-US like to know why at 10 of 5 I was told everyen-US -en-US thing was there, everything was fine.en-US Mr. OConnor asked the City Clerk if she en-US could certify that she received the paperen-US -en-US work.en-US I had received the papers, Ms. Bursick en-US replied. I had no idea that some of the docen-US -en-US uments were not signed until somebody en-US pointed it out to me.en-US A resident, Sharon Gorry, asked if the en-US files were kept locked and if there were camen-US -en-US eras. Ms. Bursick replied that they were not en-US locked and there were no cameras.en-US Ms. Bursick said that she did definitely en-US have all the documents from both candien-US -en-US dates, but she didnt know if they were all en-US properly signed. I did remember going en-US through each one of the documents.en-US Resident Megan Hoots raised the possien-US -en-US bility of foul play.en-US Is the city of Vero Beach going to take en-US seriously the possibility that these docuen-US-en-US ments and files were sabotaged at the city en-US level from the inside in order to keep these en-US two candidates off the ballot on the eve of a en-US very important election? Ms. Hoots asked. en-USThis election will tip the balance between en-US an agenda of selling the city of Vero Beach en-US and an agenda of keeping the city of Vero en-US Beach intact.en-US The Canvassing Board concluded that the en-US two candidates should be put back on the en-US ballot, but that only the City Council could en-US make that final decision. They moved to put en-US them back on the ballot as qualified candien-US-en-US dates and set a special election.en-US When that decision went to the City en-US Council on Oct. 3, the council rejected it en-US and decided to leave the election as is until a en-US court tells them otherwise. Councilmember en-US Tony Young was on the losing end of a 4-1 en-US vote against holding a special election.en-US Resident Shelley Adelle, who attended the en-US meeting and wanted the council to set a en-US public hearing, was upset.en-US Everyone but Col. Young voted unanien-US -en-US mously to kill the option of the public hearen-US -en-US ing, in favor of using the judicial process to en-US work this out, Ms. Adelle said. So instead en-US of putting any skin in the game, standing up en-US and having a moral backbone, now the en-US courts get to decide.en-US Ms. Hoots concluded that the council was en-US doing its best to avoid any public input on en-US the decision.en-US We were here since 3 p.m., Ms. Hoots en-US said. At 10 p.m., when we actually discussed en-US the city council elections, there were 12 peoen-US -en-US ple in the room. They pushed the conversaen-US -en-US tion to the middle of the night public en-US comment was opened at 10:30 p.m. about en-US four people commented. And then, they had en-US the option to have a public hearing on the en-US 16th, and they voted not to have that. In my en-US opinion, this was very carefully orchestrated en-US to have as little public comment as possible.en-US Where the story stands today: there will en-US be a Vero Beach City Council election on en-US Nov. 6, and it will not include Ms. Hillman en-US and Mr. Heady, even though the Canvassing en-US Board says they are properly qualified. At en-US some point, the court will reach a decision, en-US which may or may not impact the results of en-US that Nov. 6 election by ordering a new speen-US-en-US cial election. 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! 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5 en-USArrests listed were made September 30 en-US through October 7en-USIndian River County en-US Sheriffs Departmenten-US Robert Stanley Pressley, 27, 9345 103rd en-US Avenue, Vero Beach, possession of a conen-US-en-US trolled substance with intent to sell.en-US Jermaine Mortimer, 35, 4725 40th Aveen-US -en-US nue, Vero Beach, trafficking cocaine.en-US Norris Rogers, 24, 1296 10th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, grand theft.en-US Brian Dosio, 50, 3329 10th Street, Vero en-US Beach, felony battery by strangulation en-US domestic violence, hinder communication en-US to 911. en-US Mathew Downing, 38, 1985 24th Place en-US SW, Vero Beach, aggravated assault with a en-US deadly weapon.en-US Richard Roberts, 30 Armory Street, en-US Wakefield, MA, violation of felony probaen-US -en-US tion. en-US Caril Martin, 58, 3204 Harborwood en-US Road, Salem, VA, possession of a controlled en-US substance.en-US Darrnell Williams, 38, 1145 11th Court en-US SW, Vero Beach, possession of cocaine.en-US Joy Seedanee, 36, (address redacted), en-US sexual battery.en-US Luis Perez, 17, 7866 101st Avenue, Vero en-US Beach, armed burglary of dwelling/strucen-US -en-US ture, grand theft. en-US Andres Rodriguez, 14, 525 13th Place, en-US Vero Beach, possession/display of a weapon en-US on school property.en-US Anthony Judon, 25, homeless, grand en-US theft auto, fleeing/attempting to elude a en-US police officer. en-US Michael Dusek, 24, 8135 102nd Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, possession of controlled suben-US-en-US stance. en-US Grant Casey, 29, 834 Pine Shadow Aveen-US -en-US nue, Rockledge, possession of buprenoren-US -en-US phine. en-US Michael Hocker, (age redacted), en-US (address redacted), grand theft of a firearm, en-US giving false information to pawnbroker, en-US dealing in stolen property. en-US Charles Harrington, 32, 2055 82nd Aveen-US -en-US nue, Lot 511, Vero Beach, burglary of dwellen-US-en-US ing, third degree grand theft, giving false en-US information to pawnbroker, dealing in stoen-US -en-US len property. en-US Javonte Lewis, 24, 1048 Booker Street, en-US Fellsmere, fleeing and eluding. en-US Tanard Johnson, 26, 5004 La Salle Street, en-US Fort Pierce, burglary of dwelling with en-US assault or battery. en-US Mary Elliot, 36, homeless, Sebastian, en-US attempting criminal use of personal ID en-US information. en-US Noah Yates, 17, 6109 Graysen Square, en-US Vero Beach, possession of marijuana over en-US 20 grams, possession of marijuana with en-US intent to sell/manufacture/ deliver, possesen-US -en-US sion of controlled substance. en-US Michael Bales, 47, 1936 1st Place, Vero en-US Beach, battery of law enforcement officer/en-US firefighter/EMT.en-US Todd Twitchell, 49, 2442 4th Place, Vero en-US Beach, burglary of occupied dwelling.en-US Eric Forbes, homeless, Vero Beach, posen-US -en-US session of ecstasy/MDMA.en-US Terri Redstone, 50, 1710 6th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, worthless checks over $150. en-US Shelby Wakefield, 23, 650 10th Street, en-US Vero Beach, third degree grand theften-US Heather Grey, 33, 1715 20th Street SW, en-US Vero Beach, two counts of violation of feloen-US -en-US ny probation.en-US Dane Delpezzo, 64, 925 Jackson Way, en-US Fort Pierce, third degree grand theft. en-US Craig Taylor, 33, 4305 33rd Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, fleeing/eluding police officer.en-US Alexus Buckner, 24, 1960 4th Avenue, en-US Vero Beach, aggravated assault with deadly en-US weapon.en-US Richard Garmon, 15, 725 19th Street, en-US Vero Beach, possession of a firearm by en-US minor, possession of firearm in school en-US grounds.en-US Javonte Barnes, 26, 7127 Harbor Heights en-US Circle, Orlando, two counts grand theft laren-US -en-US ceny over $300 and less than $5,000.en-US Tammy Blackwill, 58, 812 SE 14th en-US Court, Deerfield Beach, violation of felony en-US probation.en-US Adam Rusch, 20, 1341 SE Bayharbor en-US Street, Port St. Lucie, fleeing/eluding police en-US officer with lights/siren.en-USVero Beach en-US Police Department en-US Elizabeth Keenan, 59, 2480 8th Avenue en-US SW, Vero Beach, violation of probation en-US (possession of cocaine).en-US Henry Chambliss, 41, 5790 59th Aveen-US -en-US nue, Vero Beach, grand theft larceny over en-US $300 and less than $5,000.en-US Kayla Hazellief, 24, 4422 1st Street SW, en-US Vero Beach, violation of felony probation.en-US Latravius Barber, 30, 1734 14th Avenue en-US #B, Vero Beach, violation of felony probaen-US-en-US tion.en-USFlorida en-US Highway Patrolen-US William Cobb, 66, 2775 N. Wickham en-US Road Unit A206, Vero Beach, failure to en-US stop/remain at crash involving serious bodien-US en-USly injury hit and run. rfn tbrb tnn Spadas16th Place90th Ave. I-95S.R. 60 Exit 147 n f t r Full Service Auto Repair We install3 Years/100,000 Miles Parts & Labor Nationwide Warranty 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S rrfrrfrfrr ntbft nntbtn AFFORDABLE NON-LAWYER SOLUTIONS, INC.ftfrt 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Police report en-USEditors note: en-US This is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law.


en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, OCT. 12, 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-USDiversityen-USI want to clear up a popular misconcepen-US -en-US tion among some. When we say "Evangelien-US-en-US cals" support Trump we are only talking en-US about slightly more than half of the en-US Non-Hispanic White Evangelical voters in en-US this nation. The vast majority of Non-White en-US Evangelicals and a majority of Hispanic en-US Evangelicals, of all races, (Hispanics come in en-US all races) voted against Trump. Black Evanen-US-en-US gelicals voted against Trump three to one. en-US As true Christianity goes Trump left a lot to en-US be desired. en-US What's more, most of America's voters en-US voted against Trump which is why he lost en-US this nation's popular vote by 3 million votes. en-US We must remember, not all Christian en-US believe Pro-Life ends at birth, many of us en-US believe Pro-Life continues after birth and en-US anybody looking to end Pro-Life sustaining en-US healthcare instead of expanding it, the way en-US Trump and the Republicans are looking to en-US do, is definitely not truly Pro-Life, they're en-US lying to themselves. We didn't leave the en-US GOP, the GOP left us.en-USPopular vote vs. en-US Electoral Collegeen-USFive times in U.S. history the Electoral en-US College chose the president. The people en-US the popular vote was ignored. en-US Twice a presidential candidate that won en-US the popular vote winner but lost the Electoren-US -en-US al College vote won both popular and Elecen-US -en-US toral College votes in a later election. en-US (Andrew Jackson 1824 & 1828; Grover en-US Cleveland 1885 & 1893).en-US March 4, 1877 a Sunday, was the date that en-US Rutherford B. Hayes 19th president of the en-US United States, was to take the oath of office. en-US The election and a question of 20 electoral en-US votes created such divisiveness that outgoen-US -en-US ing President Grant feared insurrection so en-US Hayes oath of office was taken March 3, in en-US secret, in the Red Room of the White House. en-US He again took the oath on the East Portico en-US of the Capitol, in public, March 5. en-US We witnessed the Gore-Bush debacle and en-US are suffering the results of the Electoral Colen-US -en-US lege vote giving the election to Trump en-US despite Clinton's over 3 million popular vote en-US win. en-US Make this year the year to give the vote en-US back to the people. Abolish the Electoral en-US College.en-USBrightlineen-USI read with interest the article about en-US Brightline and not much community en-US response. I think the community has en-US responded quite emphatically that a train en-US going through the middle of Stuart 32 times en-US a day would not only be a disruption, but a en-US dangerous one at that. I did attend the meeten-US -en-US ing with a neighbor under the impression en-US we would get a chance to speak but after an en-US hour or more of listening to only "where a en-US station would go," we left. The issues of the en-US hospital being on the "wrong" side of the en-US tracks and the amount of times and speed of en-US the train going through downtown were not en-US discussed. Their representatives from en-US Orlando were there praising the train every en-US step of the way but not acknowledging that en-US the money that has been secured has been en-US done behind the scenes. en-US There were some people there in favor of en-US it. Brightline apparently feels that if they en-US offer a station, people will warm up to the en-US idea. That is NOT going to happen with en-US most of the residents. There is no reason en-US they cannot move the tracks to the west of en-US 95 where it will not have a direct effect on en-US our city, traffic, downtown, etc. The point en-US they were trying to make is that it would en-US bring more business to Stuart. At what cost en-US would this be to our downtown residents en-US and businesses? There is a school downen-US -en-US town that uses the Lyric Theatre for an en-US escape route if anything ever happened at en-US that school. Can you imagine children tryen-US-en-US ing to cross the tracks when or if this ever en-US happened? en-US There are so many reasons this is not a en-US good fit for our beautiful downtown. These en-US need to be vetted before they start dangling en-US a station in front of people to get them to en-US agree to it. If they really want input, they en-US should have a meeting to listen to the citien-US -en-US zens and what they have to say. en-US The effects of this decision will forever en-US change this city and needs more vetting. en-US When asked, after being asked twice, they en-US acknowledged residents would be responsien-US-en-US ble for the safety, security and responsibility en-US for accidents and funding for quiet zones. en-US This clearly needs more transparency.en-US Nothing has changed. This will decimate en-US our small city. People move here to get away en-US from all that noise, crowds and now Brighten-US -en-US line is bringing it right to our front door. en-US Anyone who agrees to this will not get my en-US vote in the future. Anyone who says it is a en-US "done deal" and there is nothing we can do en-US will not get my vote. We must fight to keep en-US this "the Most Beautiful CIty in the US." en-USPizzaen-USMy wife and I have traveled by car all over en-US North America. We've sampled every type en-US of food popular to that area. I have to say en-US that the pizza here in south Florida is not en-US very good. We have tried many small pizza en-US shops but have been disappointed. It comes en-US down to a matter of preference but I have en-US heard repeatedly the same opinion from en-US other people. When we do buy a delivered en-US pizza we get it from a national chain. It en-US seems like they use recipes from areas of our en-US country that taste the best.en-USLive clerks vs. abandoned, en-US overstuffed cartsen-USTo the ranter who stated "I go back into en-US the store, fill my cart to the brim with non-en-US food items and then leave it. At least one of en-US the few employees left in the store might get en-US some overtime pay for putting stuff back":en-US Please stop this passive-aggressive time en-US wasting abusive tactic. First, in order to get en-US overtime, a person must work a full 8 hour en-US day/40 hour week. Most, if not all, retailers en-US intentionally schedule the employees at less en-US than fulltime to avoid paying benefits. Just en-US ask a live clerk next time you check-out. en-US Second, finding an abandoned overstuffed en-US cart means nothing to the store manager en-US they may not even be notified. Want to en-US make a difference? Take the time to speak to en-US the store manager, or district management en-US or, even better, write (email) the corporate en-US headquarters with your direct complaint/en-US comment.en-US My guess is the reason you prefer a live en-US clerk is either your a creepy old man who en-US likes to 'flirt with' (harass) the live clerk or en-US you are a grumpy old woman who likes to en-US 'vent to' (verbally abuse) the live clerk. en-US Please consider getting therapy/treatment to en-US stop this passive-aggressive behavior. The en-US live clerks, your friends and family members en-US and the rest of normal human kind would en-US appreciate it. Sidney Federi en-US-en-US ci, 4, climbs en-US into the operaen-US -en-US tors seat in en-US one of Sims en-US Crane & en-US Equipments en-US crane trucks.en-USAnthony Inswastyen-US staff photographeren-USGetting a better look


7 en-USHulbert increased his offer to $2.43 million. en-US The City Council had then decided to wait en-US until the next Council meeting on Oct. 2 en-US before making a decision. Now that decision en-US has been delayed indefinitely.en-US Former Indian River County commisen-US-en-US sioner Alma Lee Loy spoke passionately en-US about preserving the land and preventing en-US development.en-US The highest use has one definition, and en-US that is the man who wants to sell something en-US and put the money in his pocket, said Ms. en-US Loy. The other definition of the best use is en-US the one whos going to leave a legacy for the en-US people that come in the future.en-US You cant put a price tag on parks. You en-US cant put a price tag on fresh air. You cant en-US put a price tag on the things that have meant en-US so much to the people in this community for en-US so long.en-US The more parks we have, the more oxyen-US -en-US gen we have. The more green space we have, en-US the more people that can enjoy being outen-US -en-US side and being healthy. ... Our quality of life en-US has been a major ingredient in the developen-US -en-US ment of this something special city.en-US County Administrator Jason E. Brown, in en-US a memo to County Commissioners, suggesten-US -en-US ed that the county offer to purchase either en-US the entire property, or half. Mr. Browns prien-US -en-US mary concern was to maintain the ability to en-US use the golf course as overflow parking for en-US events at the main Historic Dodgertown en-US property.en-US Major League Baseball has indicated to en-US county staff that they want to ensure that en-US there is adequate parking for major events en-US (5,000+ attendance) at Dodgertown similar en-US in scale to the Jackie Robinson Game, beneen-US -en-US fit concerts (Jake Owen), and the St. Helens en-US Harvest Festival, Mr. Brown said. As you en-US know, the county currently has an agreeen-US -en-US ment with the city that allows Historic Doden-US -en-US gertown to use the Dodgertown Golf Course en-US for parking as needed. This right could be en-US jeopardized if the property is sold and develen-US -en-US oped.en-US There has been significant opposition en-US from the public to selling this land for develen-US -en-US opment, Mr. Brown added. This seems to en-US be derived from the history of the parcel as en-US well as concerns about development vs. en-US open space.en-US Mr. Brown also felt that the county could en-US beat the developers offer while still getting a en-US good deal for taxpayers.en-US The sale price currently offered ($2.1 en-US million) seems relatively low based upon en-US current market conditions and an appraised en-US value of $3.5 million, Mr. Brown said. The en-US language in the sale contract restricting en-US development is not well defined. County en-US staff has concerns about potential incompaten-US-en-US ible uses adjacent to Historic Dodgertown.en-US While Mr. Brown felt that buying half the en-US property would meet the parking needs en-US desired by the county and MLB, the county en-US decided to make the $2.4 million offer on en-US the full property.en-US In September, the City Council appeared en-US split on which offer to accept. Some seemed en-US inclined to accept the countys slightly lower en-US offer in order to preserve the history and en-US open space of the parcel. Others appeared en-US ready to move on to develop the property en-US for commercial use.en-US Now, with Vice Mayor Sykes at least temen-US -en-US porarily joining those opposed to commeren-US -en-US cial development, the future of Dodgertown en-US Golf Course remains uncertain. Mr. Sykes' en-US position did not seem to be anti-developen-US -en-US ment. Rather, he seems to want to be sure en-US the Council is carefully examining every en-US angle. 795 8th Ct. Vero Beach, Fl 32962 772-794-9061FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS OCTOBER SPECIAL$12900$9999 COOLANT FLUSH TRANSMISSION FLUSH WITH COUPON WITH COUPON 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-USSarabi is a one-year old spayed female tortoiseshell mixed breed en-US cat. Shes sugar and spice with a dash of sass. Her eyebrows are en-US enviable, as is her energy level. She is playful, curious and advenen-US-en-US turous. Sarabi will pause and enjoy being petted, but she prefers en-US that you dont pick her up. This agile and entertaining girl will bring en-US lots of love and laughter to your 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-US www.hsvb.orgen-US to see more anien-US-en-US mals for adoption. Looking for a home en-USGolfen-USFrom page 1


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en-GBFRIDAY, OCT. 12 SUNDAY, OCT. 14en-GB en-GB Indian River Bird & Nature Art Show:en-GB en-GB Fourth annual event will be held at the en-GB Sebastian River Art Club, 1245 Main Street, en-GB Sebastian. The event includes a plein air en-GB paint out, juried art show with all works en-GB available for purchase, a featured speaker en-GB presentation on Saturday from 3:30-4:30 en-GB p.m. in the Ramp Lounge at Capt. Hiram's en-GB Blackfins Restaurant, and sunset wine and en-GB cheese cruise to Pelican Island. The art show en-GB will be held in the Sebastian River Art Club en-GB Gallery on Friday from 6-8 p.m., on Saturday en-GB from 9 5 p.m., and on Sunday from en-GB 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Events are free, except for en-GB the sunset cruise, which requires advance en-GB registration. en-GB Call (772) 202-0697, visit en-GB www.firstrefuge.orgen-GB or en-GB TreasureCoastBirdartshow.en-GBFRIDAY, OCT. 12 SATURDAY, OCT. 13en-GB en-GB Howl at the Moon Oktoberfest en-GB Nights:en-GB 7:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Waxlax en-GB Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside en-GB Park Drive, Vero Beach. High-energy music en-GB show with your favorite rock, pop, dance hits en-GB from the 80s, 90s, and today. Local en-GB musicians play on the free outdoor stage en-GB between Howl performances. Tickets: $12-en-GB $22. en-GB Call (772) 231-6990, visit en-GB www.en-GB, OCT. 13en-GB en-GB The Great Halloween Costume Swap:en-GB en-GB 1-4 p.m., Indian River County Main Library, en-GB 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. Donate your en-GB gently used costumes at any of the IRC en-GB Library branches and receive a Swap Ticket en-GB to use at the event. Costumes for all ages en-GB and sizes are welcome and will be accepted en-GB through Wednesday, Oct. 10. On the day en-GB of the event, swap tickets are required to en-GB participate from 1-3 p.m. (One costume per en-GB ticket.) From 3-4 p.m., the event is open to en-GB all, one costume per person in attendance. en-GB Enjoy games and treats while you shop. en-GB For en-GB more information, call Hollie at (772) 226-en-GB 3080, ext. 4550, or Jessica at (772) 770-en-GB 5060, ext. 4121.en-GB en-GB Oktoberfest:en-GB Vero Beach Elks Lodge, en-GB 1350 26th Street (east of U.S. 1), Vero 931 12th Street, Vero Beach (772) 213-8549 TREASURE COVE ARCADE 1239 S. US Hwy 1 Vero Beach (772) 226-5199 Random Drawings throughout the day! Bring this ad in for $5.00 FREE play! with your rst $20.00! AJs Arcade Now open 24 hours! NEW LOCATION NOW OPEN Visit us 10 Times & Get $10 FREE Play Like us on Facebook For more Promotions Hours: Monday Sunday 7am 11pm ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USAries, it is remarkable what you can accomen-US -en-US plish if you just focus. Without any distracen-US -en-US tions, tasks that have been piling up can disen-US -en-US appear in an afternoon.en-US TAURUS April 21/May 21en-US Take the initiative on a project and you could en-US be surprised at just how much that will work in en-US your favor, Taurus. It's time to get out of the en-US shadows and into the spotlight.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US Gemini, after a few early bumps, things will be en-US smooth sailing for you for the remainder of the en-US week. This is the perfect time to kick up your en-US feet and put it on auto pilot.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US An opportunity to escape the humdrum of the en-US week and really let loose presents itself this en-US week, Cancer. Just keep your eyes on the prize en-US until that moment arrives.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US A misunderstanding has the potential to alter en-US your course, Leo. Take this unforeseen develen-US -en-US opment in stride and things will ultimately en-US work out.en-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Virgo, there is always a master plan and en-US sometimes you are not privy to all the informaen-US -en-US tion that illustrates that. Be patient until all is en-US revealed to you in the coming days.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US Libra, information you received may not have en-US been entirely accurate. You have to parse out en-US the facts from the fiction to get the true story. en-US This may take a little time.en-US SCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Something you believe to be irreparable can en-US be fixed after all, Scorpio. This is good news en-US and will spark a beneficial change in your outen-US -en-US look.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US Learning a new skills is always helpful, Sagiten-US -en-US tarius. Do not be afraid of new knowledge. en-USHoroscopesen-USCorn maze to hold two non-profit en-US fundraising weekends en-USVERO BEACH One year after Hurrien-US-en-US cane Irma caused cancellation, the Counen-US -en-US tryside Citrus Corn Maze returns, with two en-US non-profit fundraising weekends.en-US The corn maze is open now through Nov. en-US 4. On the weekend of Oct. 13-14, a portion en-US of all paid admissions will be donated to en-US The Buggy Bunch, a Christianity-based en-US non-profit that supports mothers and famien-US -en-US lies.en-US On the weekend of Oct. 27-28, a portion en-US of proceeds will benefit the Vero Beach en-US Centennial Celebration McWilliams Park en-US Restoration Project. This years corn maze en-US theme celebrates Veros Centennial.en-US Since we first started the corn maze, we en-US have always had at least one weekend desigen-US-en-US nated as a fundraiser, said Cheryl Roseen-US-en-US land, whose family owns and operates en-US Countryside Citrus and the corn maze. en-US Were a part of this community, and we en-US want to support it however we can.en-US Its like any other maze you would see on en-US paper, only it is larger-than-life-size and set en-US in a cornfield, said Ms. Roseland.en-US The maze is open weekends 10 a.m.-5 en-US p.m. Admission is $12 per person (three en-US and under are free), plus tax, and includes en-US kiddie train rides, corn crib barnyard ball en-US zone, the new jumping pillow and more. en-US Some activities require an additional puren-US -en-US chase. Food and beverages are available for en-US purchase.en-US The Countryside Corn Maze is located at en-US 6325 81st St., Vero Beach. en-US For more information, visit en-US www.countryen-US-en-US en-US or call (772) 581-0999. Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USThe 2018 Counen-US -en-US tryside Corn en-US Maze features a en-US Vero Beach en-US Centennial en-US theme.en-USPhoto courtesy of en-US Countryside Corn Mazeen-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 11en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 10 Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, OCT. 12, 2018 en-US VERO BEACHen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 9en-USFor Hometown


10 en-USEmbrace all of the information you can get to en-US improve yourself.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US Capricorn, mistakes happen no matter how careen-US-en-US ful you are. How you recover from the situation is a en-US true indication of the person you are. Show humilen-US -en-US ity and grace.en-US AQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-US Aquarius, you may have to change your communien-US -en-US cation tactics when dealing with a particular peren-US -en-US son. A rift that can be resolved through calm and en-US considerate discussion.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US Pisces, it may take a little time, but with patience en-US you can tackle a difficult project that has had you en-US bogged down. Don't procrastinate. L PUnited Methodist ChurchSunday Oct 21st 4:00 PM5405 Turnpike Feeder Road Fort Pierce FL POT LUCK Dinner Available Aer the Show Bring your favorite dish if you with to attend the pot luck! Theres no cost to you! CALL (844) 701-9145 INDEPENDENT LIVING ASSISTED LIVING MEMORY CARErrrrf rntbr bbbrn rbrbfreerSENIOR LIVING SOLUTIONSrbbrr r r br rr rr brr brb rb en-USGreta Wester of Hobe Sound took her copy of Homeen-US -en-US town News with her to volunteer in a school in Tanzaen-US-en-US nia, Africa. 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-USVERO BEACH -Pre-sale discount ride en-US tickets will be going on sale on Monday, en-US Oct. 15, as St. Helens students will begin en-US Pre-sales for the 2018 St. Helens Harvest en-US Festival which will be held Thursday, Nov. en-US 15 through Sunday, Nov. 18 at Historic en-US Dodgertown in Vero Beach to begin The en-US Centennial Celebration of St. Helen Cathoen-US -en-US lic Church.en-US St. Helens will be selling the discounted en-US tickets to help raise money for their school. en-US The tickets are $1 each if bought prior to the en-US festival or $1.25 each once the festival en-US begins.en-US This year long St. Helen Catholic Church en-US celebration is in conjunction with The City en-US of Vero Beach Centennial.en-US St. Helens parishioners provide over 25 en-US games and drawings, festival food and the en-US Midway featuring approximately 20 rides en-US for adults, teens, and children of all ages en-US from Deggeller Attractions of Stuart. The en-US Lady Bug Boutique will feature hand crafted en-US gifts.en-US St. Helens Harvest Festival food will feaen-US -en-US ture; Cuban sandwiches, fried pickles, en-US chicken and beef kabobs, chicken parmeen-US -en-US san, hamburgers, French fries, turkey en-US drums, pulled pork, pizza, Philly cheese en-US steak sandwiches, cotton candy, fried dough, en-US corn-on-the-cob, fried Oreos, tacos, Dip N en-US Dots, sausage, peppers and onions, sweet en-US tea, Coca-Cola products, and much more.en-US For more information about this years Fesen-US -en-US tival, please contact the St. Helen School en-US Office at (772)-567-5457 or 2018 Harvest en-US Festival Chairperson, Matt Grall, at (727)-en-US 631-4172, or Co-Chairperson, Melissa en-US Frandsen, at (772)-538-4563.en-USDiscount ride tickets en-US for St. Helens Harvest en-US Festival available Oct. 15en-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USScopesen-USFrom page 9


11 en-GBBeach. Cocktails at 5:30 p.m., hall opens en-GB at 6 p.m., Bavarian dinner at 6:30 p.m. en-GB schweinebraten (Roast Pork Sauerbraten), en-GB warm German potato salad, red cabbage, en-GB bratwursts and sauerkraut, plus Bavarian en-GB dessert & coffee, with Oktoberfest Bier on en-GB tap. Oompah & American music from 7-10 en-GB p.m., sing & dance with The Sophisticats. en-GB Tickets are $20 and only available in en-GB advance; limited to 200 seats. en-GB See en-GB Bartenders or call Lodge after 1 p.m. at 562-en-GB 8450.en-GB en-GB Sunset Saturday Night concert:en-GB 5:30-en-GB 8:30 p.m., Humiston Park on Ocean Drive, en-GB Vero Beach. Band TBA. Hosted by Vero en-GB Beach Oceanside Business Association. No en-GB coolers, please. en-GB Call (772) 532-7983, visiten-GB en-GB concert-series. Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 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 10-30-18Residential CommercialCAC 1814730Sales, Service, Repair & Maintenance... Call today! 772-778-4026website: | email: 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S 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) GALLEY SPECIAL ......$7.29 ON THE GO SANDWICH..$3.75 TREASURE CHEST...$8.99 S.O.S.....$5.99 FRESH START BREAKFAST..$3.50Must bring in coupon 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 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) Taylor en-USLovejoy, 17, en-US caught a en-US 35-inch en-US snook en-US behind en-US Manatee en-US Island in en-US Fort Pierce.en-USNice en-US Catch! en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY The Ecoen-US -en-US nomic Opportunities Council of Indian en-US River County will be hosting a Head Start en-US Community Read Week from Oct. 22-26. en-US EOC is inviting members of the community en-US to come to a Head Start classroom in either en-US Indian River or Okeechobee County and en-US read to the children.en-US In 2017, 37 volunteer readers participaten-US -en-US ed.en-US With just a half hour of your time, you en-US can truly brighten these childrens day and en-US help them develop a love for reading, said en-US EOC Executive Director Angela Davis-en-US Green.en-US Head Start is a free, full-day and full-year en-US early childhood development program for en-US at-risk, low-income children three to five en-US years old. Head Start prepares children for en-US school readiness. The program provides en-US comprehensive education, health, nutrition, en-US dental, and family engagement services to en-US improve the physical, social, emotional, and en-US intellectual development of children.en-US All EOC Head Start Centers have earned en-US the National Association for the Education en-US of Young Children accreditation. en-US EOC is a community action agency serven-US -en-US ing Indian River and Okeechobee Counties. en-US EOC works to transition at-risk individuals en-US and families from poverty to self-sufficiency en-US through its agency programs and public/en-US private partnerships. EOC has a successful en-US track record of providing high-quality proen-US-en-US grams and services to economically disaden-US -en-US vantaged children and families. en-US If interested in volunteering to read, conen-US -en-US tact Nancy McCurry to schedule a date, en-US time, and location. Nancy can be reached by en-US phone or text at (772) 205-7650 or email at en-US For more information, or to make a donaen-US -en-US tion, visit en-US needed for en-US Community Read Weeken-USFor Hometown en-USOuten-USFrom page 9en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 13 en-GBRants en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GB en-GBRaves en-GBGot Something en-GB en-GB to Say?en-GBemail your Rant or Rave to:en-GB


12 en-USCommunities Connected for Kids is a en-US non-profit organization that contracts with en-US the state of Florida to provide child welfare en-US services, and to deliver the system of care in en-US Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, and en-US Okeechobee counties.en-US Around the winter holidays, a big focus of en-US the organization is to provide new toys to en-US children in foster care. The Making Christen-US -en-US mas Bright program, in partnership with en-US Guardians for New Futures, is now in its en-US 18th year, and they are looking for new en-US sponsors. en-US Sponsors can be individuals, small or en-US large businesses, churches, academic or en-US social groups, families, or neighborhood en-US groups. All you have to do is collect new en-US toys.en-US CCK Director of Community Relations en-US Christina Kaiser started the gift-giving proen-US -en-US gram 18 years ago, when she worked with en-US the Florida Dept. of Children and Families.en-US We have had a lot more children come en-US into the system over the last few years, so en-US every year we need more sponsors, Ms. en-US Kaiser told Hometown News. We really en-US want to invite the community to join us in en-US this project.en-US The children who come into our care are en-US all children who have been abused, abanen-US -en-US doned, or neglected, said Ms. Kaiser. That en-US doesnt necessarily mean the child has been en-US removed from a home. There could be seren-US -en-US vices in the home, or maybe the child has en-US been removed from the home and placed en-US into a foster home or group care, or living en-US with an aunt or an uncle. The unifying charen-US -en-US acteristic is that there was some kind of en-US abuse, neglect, or abandonment that en-US brought them into the system.en-US There are several ways that the public can en-US participate in Making Christmas Bright.en-US There are two main ways people can be en-US sponsors, Ms. Kaiser said. The first is to en-US conduct a general drive. They might have en-US their employees, customers, neighbors, or en-US church members bring any kind of gift for en-US children ages 0-18. They collect them, then en-US we schedule a time when I come pick them en-US up to get them distributed to our kids.en-US The traditional way people participate is en-US through direct sponsorship. I get a list of en-US children, and each childs three wishes. I get en-US those from all of our case managers from all en-US four counties. I compile those lists into one en-US master list, and then I break that list up en-US among all our sponsors.en-US Some churches or businesses decide to en-US sponsor by, for example, taking on 20 chilen-US -en-US dren. I would give you a list of 20 children, en-US their first name, and the three things that en-US they want for Christmas. Then you or your en-US business or church coordinate your own toy en-US drive among your members or employees.en-US Some groups make angel ornaments to en-US hang on a tree, and then each person picks en-US an angel, gets the gift, and brings it back. All en-US gifts should be new and unwrapped.en-US We need to make sure the gifts are en-US age-appropriate, Ms. Kaiser said. Our fosen-US-en-US ter kids have a lot of sensitivities, and our en-US case managers make sure each kid gets an en-US appropriate gift.en-US Also, for this event, we make sure all the en-US gifts are new. This is the one time per year en-US where we insist on new toys, so they get new en-US toys at Christmas.en-US Despite the programs name, it is not limen-US -en-US ited to children in families that celebrate en-US Christmas. Ms. Kaiser said the program en-US seeks to bring joy to children of all different en-US backgrounds and beliefs.en-US Thats not difficult for us to navigate. en-US Our case managers work with these kids en-US and their families on a very personal, reguen-US -en-US lar basis, so they know if the child or family en-US celebrates a different holiday. The child will en-US still get a gift. Usually the case manager en-US gives the gift to the parent, so the parent can en-US surprise the children with them. Whatever en-US holiday the family celebrates, they will have en-US a gift to help them celebrate.en-US Making Christmas Bright aims to provide en-US gifts for about 1,100 children this year. More en-US than 60,000 gifts have been collected since en-US the program began in 1999. The average en-US wish list is about 15 children.en-US This year the program has more than 40 en-US sponsors already, but Ms. Kaiser says they en-US always need more. We get a lot of kids who en-US come into care between now and December, en-US so we want to make sure we have enough en-US gifts for them as well. We have a really good en-US success rate, but we always need every bit of en-US what we get. Thats why the general drives en-US are so important, where people arent shopen-US -en-US ping for a specific kid. Those toys often go en-US to the kids who came into the system after en-US we created the lists for specific kids.en-US Ive been doing this for a long time, and en-US it always surprises me how much more we en-US need. No matter how much we have, we en-US always need more. And, both here and en-US nationally, there has been an uptick in chilen-US -en-US dren needing care, in part because of en-US increased substance abuse like opioids.en-US What makes this program different from en-US a lot of other programs is that we come and en-US pick up from you. You dont have to figure en-US out how to get all your co-worker or congreen-US -en-US gants gifts collected and transported to us. I en-US arrange a time and come to you with a big en-USbox truck to pick everything up.en-US Ms. Kaiser brings all gifts to their service en-US center. The case managers gather the approen-US -en-US priate gifts, which they distribute during en-US their December visits to their children or to en-US the families, so they can play Santa Claus.en-US For more details, contact Christina Kaiser en-US at (772) 528-0362 or en-US Christina.Keiser@ccken-US-en-US Sebastian Craft Club Juried Show (non-profit)supporting local charitiesRiverview Park US1 & CR Join Us On Join us on October 13th Rain date October 14th 10am-3pm 2018 2018 C H O I C E 1R E A D E R S R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 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 Check Out Our Up-Coming Events We Invite All To Attend31st Annual Treasure Coast Amateur Championship October 13-14 6th Annual Bela Nagy, Sr. Memorial Tournament October 27 Dick Bird Treasure Coast Team Championship November 10-11Please visit our website at: for fee times or more information 5300 73rd St. Vero Beach 772-770-5000 FALL FESTIVITIES PLACE YOUR FALL FESTIVITIES WITH rffrnftbb JOIN US FOR AN AFTERNOON OF OPEN HOUSES AT VILLAGE GREEN! WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17TH...1 For more information call 772-232-7222 FALL FESTIVITIES Help make the holidays bright for foster children en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USPhoto courtesy of Communities en-US Connected for Kidsen-USVolunteer driver Mike Kaiser.


13 Answers Located in the Classied Section en-GBTC & Sass:en-GB 6-9 p.m., Elks Lodge, 731 en-GB Fleming Street, Sebastian, presented by The en-GB EL-DOEs of Sebastian Elks #2714. Dance to en-GB the hits of the 60s, 70s 80s & 90s along en-GB with todays hits. Tickets are $10 and can be en-GB purchased (via cash or check) at the Lounge en-GB Wednesday through Friday from 5-6 p.m. en-GB Bring your own snacks and your dancing en-GB shoes. en-GB Call the Lodge at (772) 589-1516en-USTHROUGH SUNDAY, OCT. 14en-US en-US Patten Community Gallery Exhibition:en-US en-US Featuring the Vero Beach Art Club Invitationen-US -en-US al. Exhibit on display Sept. 8 through Oct. 14. en-US Vero Beach Museum of Art, 3001 Riverside en-US Park Drive, Vero Beach. en-US For more informaen-US-en-US tion, call (772) 231-0707 or visit en-US www.en-US, OCT. 14en-GB en-GB Great Duck Derby:en-GB Sixth annual benefit en-GB for Treasure Coast Community Health will en-GB be held from 12-4 p.m. at Captain Hiram's, en-GB Sand Bar, Sebastian. 5,000 yellow ducks will en-GB be launched into the Indian River Lagoon en-GB at approximately 2 p.m. and race their way en-GB towards the shore. The first duck to enter en-GB the finish gate will be declared the grand en-GB prize winner; prizes for the first, second and en-GB third place ducks. Each duck adopted helps en-GB TCCH to provide high quality, cost-effective en-GB comprehensive health care to more than en-GB 19,500 adults and children per year. en-GBFor en-GB more information or to adopt a duck, visit en-GB en-GB No Tail Left Behind:en-GB Coldwell Banker en-GB hosts the Humane Society of Vero Beach en-GB and Indian River County's pet adoption en-GB event. 12-4 p.m., Walking Tree Brewery, en-GB 3209 Dodger Road, Vero Beach. Enjoy fun, en-GB food and adoptable pets looking for 'furever' en-GB homes. Also on site will be food trucks, art en-GB and pet booths, raffle prizes, a face painter en-GB and more. Help local shelter animals and en-GB meet a new family member. en-GB Visit en-GB, OCT. 16en-GB en-GB Bring Your Own Pumpkin Party:en-GB 6 p.m., en-GB Bjorkman Room, Brackett Library, 6155 en-GB College Lane, Vero Beach. Bring your own en-GB pumpkin and we will supply everything you en-GB need to carve, paint and decorate it. Snacks en-GB provided. Free program but registration is en-GB required. en-GB For information, contact Hollie at en-GB (772) 226-3080 or en-GB hjenkins@irclibrary.orgen-USVERO BEACH There are hundreds of en-US dogs and cats available for adoption through en-US local animal shelters. To help raise awareen-US -en-US ness and funds, and to promote adoptions, en-US Coldwell Banker is sponsoring adoption en-US events Oct. 13-14 throughout the Treasure en-US Coast.en-US On Oct. 14, from noon-4 p.m., the comen-US -en-US pany will sponsor No Tail Left Behind at en-US Walking Tree Brewery in Vero Beach.en-US There will be adoptable pets from The en-US Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian en-US River County, plus vendors, food trucks, art en-US and pet booths, raffle prizes, and a face en-US painter. In addition to adoptions, the event en-US will raise money to help shelter animals.en-US The shelters new mobile adoption unit en-US will be on display for the first time.en-US People can help by donating the cost of en-US adoptions. Donations can be made on the en-US Facebook page of Coldwell Banker Paradise en-US Adopt A Pet. Coldwell Banker is donating en-US $1,500 in each county.en-US Donations of pet food and supplies or en-US cleaning supplies also needed. Bring to any en-US Coldwell Banker office, or to the adoption en-US event at Walking Tree Brewery.en-US HSVB operates one of only three open en-US door animal shelters on Floridas east coast. en-US They welcome all homeless pets, regardless en-US of health, age, behavior, or potential for en-US adoption.en-US The Humane Society of Vero Beach and en-US Indian River County is located at 6230 77th en-US St., Vero Beach. The Adoption Center is en-US open daily 9 a.m.-4 p.m., and 9 a.m.-6 p.m. en-US on Tuesdays. Animals are available for en-US introductions from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. and until en-US 5 p.m. on Tuesdays.en-US For more information about HSVB, call en-US (772) 388-3331, or visit en-US en-US oren-US en-US The Indian River County contact for the en-US Coldwell Banker Pet Adoption Event is Shaen-US -en-US lyn Warren, (614) 323-8047.en-US Walking Tree Brewery is located at 3209 en-US Dodger Rd, Vero Beach. For more informaen-US -en-US tion about Walking Tree Brewery, call (772) en-US 217-3502 or emailen-US info@walkingtreebrewen-US-en-US Tony, Trouble, en-USand Nala (left to en-US right) were all en-US adopted from en-US The Humane en-US Society of Vero en-US Beach and en-US Indian River en-US County.en-USStaff photo by en-US Mike Winikoffen-USNo Tail Left Behind pet adoption event Sunday en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USOuten-USFrom page 11en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14


14 en-GBWEDNESDAY, OCT. 17en-GB en-GB Art Talk: en-GBNoon, Vero Beach Museum of en-GB Art, 3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach. en-GB Dusseldorf vs. Leipzig tour, led by docents, en-GB focusing on select artworks from the en-GB exhibition Made in Germany: Contemporary en-GB Art from the Rubell Family Collection. en-GB Included in paid admission; free for en-GB members. Space is limited; register in en-GB advance. en-GB Call (772) 231-0707, ext. 136, or en-GB visiten-GB en-GB Sebastian Area Historical Society en-GB program:en-GB How local Sebastian man, Jack en-GB Salmela, saved the space program will be en-GB presented by Gordon Patterson, Professor en-GB of History at Florida Institute of Technology. en-GB 6 p.m., North Indian River County Library, en-GB 1001 Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian. Free, en-GB public is welcome to attend. Refreshments en-GB are provided and an opportunity to interact en-GB with the speakers is provided after each en-GB presentation. en-GB Call the historical society at en-GB (772) 581-1380, emailen-GB, or visit en-GB, OCT. 18en-GB en-GB Gemstones & Chakras:en-GB Join spiritualist en-GB Alyssa Medina and psychic reader Kathryn en-GB Flanagan as they present Metaphysical en-GB Enlightenment for Personal Growth, 2-4 en-GB p.m., North Indian River County Library, 1001 en-GB Sebastian Blvd, Sebastian. Free. en-GBCall (772) en-GB 589-1355 or visit en-GB www.irclibrary.orgen-GB en-GB Art & Film:en-GB Made in Germany Films: en-GB Showing Wings of Desire. 4:30 p.m., Vero en-GB Beach Museum of Art, 3001 Riverside Park en-GB Drive, Vero Beach. Space is limited; must en-GB register in advance. Included with paid en-GB admission; free for members. en-GB Call (772) 231-en-GB 0707 or visiten-GB en-GB Cork, Canvas & Company:en-GB 6-8:30 p.m., en-GB Vero Beach Museum of Art, 3001 Riverside en-GB Park Drive, Vero Beach. Themed painting en-GB evening for adults. Bring your own wine and en-GB light hors d'oeuvres. $30 per person. Space en-GB is limited. en-GB For more information, call (772) en-GB 231-0707 or visiten-GB, OCT. 19 SATURDAY, OCT. 20en-GB en-US National Wildlife Refuge Week en-US Celebration:en-US 9 a.m. to noon, both days. Stop en-US by the Pelican Island National Wildlife en-US Refuge, located at A1A and Jungle Trail, on en-US Friday or Saturday, Oct. 19-20, between 9 en-US a.m. and noon. Refuge volunteers will be on en-US hand along the Centennial Trail to answer en-US your questions. We will also offer tram rides en-US to the Joe Michael Overlook. en-US For more en-US information about the refuge, visit en-US www.fws.en-US gov/refuge/PelicanIsland/.en-GB en-GB The Comedy Zone Oktoberfest en-GB Nights:en-GB Showcase of professional touring en-GB comedians on the Waxlax Stage at Riverside en-GB Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park Drive, Vero en-GB Beach, with local musicians performing en-GB outdoors, Live in the Loop. Scheduled en-GB comedians for these dates are The en-GB Tennessee Tramp and Jerry Harvey. Comedy en-GB shows are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. en-GB Comedian showcase tickets: $12-$18. en-GB For en-GB information, call (772) 231-6990 or visiten-GB en-GB rf rfnnfrtb rfrbbfbnr 145Wanted f r r f f ffbfrnnn fn ft f f ftfrn bff f f fftbfbr f f fttfftn f fftbtft 132SpecialNotices f ttfnfnt 131Personals rfntbn f r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nfntbfnntnnnnnnrfntntrfntnnttffnnnnttrfntnnnfnnrfnnnrtntrfnrtbrnf nnnnfrrrt tn fb rfnrfnn b nbnf rfnfrr fbf f tfbfbrrr bf 205Antiques/ Collectibles/Art n f fb f nt ff rtrtrt brbr fr n t 201GarageSales MERCHANDISEMART rfnntbbbt b nbbf f fbbftfbnbn bb 234BuildingSupplies &Equipment f b nbfn bbrffbt brffrr f tbf rfnft nb bb n trfrtf bfbf n rfrrftn nb tb b rfntftn tb bt rfnnfr b rf t rfrbrftt 230Bargains:$200 orless bfbbbf tbb rbb frftbf 225Auctions fb rfnrfnn 205Antiques/ Collectibles/Art nbft t tb bbfnrfnrr rr n f f ttfbfbn fbb bbbb bb rn ffttt n bbf ntf r f ffnnrfr f nbbb rbbb rfbfr fbbfrfr nf bf f frfnnt fbfbr bb rb ntt f ffftbb f nnfnrfr 270Medical Equipment&Supplies bn tb nt f f fbbfft 255Electronics 299miscNATIONAL Ads rf f f f tbb ffrfbr b f 275MiscItems b b bb tb fbbfnfbr bbb bb bb bb rn fnntftr f f f n rf nnfttfnr fnff r f f fbbftnfnn 270Medical Equipment&Supplies r fbf fbbftbf f nb nt f b ffrnfntn f f fnnfrrf 299miscNATIONAL Ads bf ff tbb fnnfnfbb bf f tbb fttftnf b rb f fffrt 275MiscItems r nbff f f fnnfrbfr nbff f f ffrnfntn f f fnnftbfnn nf bf f fft n f nbrf f ffbfbn fbfb bb rb nt t nnfnftnb 299miscNATIONAL Ads b t tb t r bb fffrr bfbn r ffttr f fbb tbbb f t fbbfnfb r f f fbbftfr f f f f f fbbfrnfnbn fffb f b f f fbbftbfrrn b f f fbbfrnfb b f f fttfrft ffnnft 299miscNATIONAL Ads Out en-USFrom page 13


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