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T T SEBASTIAN RIVER AREA






. 6, No. 29 Local News and Information Sourcewww.HometownNewsL.com Friday, April 7,200

Vol. 6, No. 29 :Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, April 17, 2009


County gets gold
'green' award

Environmentally-friendly
initiatives have garnered
Indian River County a rare
award from the Florida
Green Building Coalition,
Green Local Government.
At last Tuesday's County
Commission meeting, offi-
cials from the FGBC pre-
sented a gold certification
award for green practices in
the county.
The evaluator for the
award was the Florida Solar'
Energy Center.
According to the press
release, only three other
counties in Florida have
achieved gold status.
Himanshu Mehta, man-
aging director of the Indian
River County Solid Waste
Disposal District, said in a
press release that green
building standards have
been imposed on new gov-
ernment buildings .in the
form of green cleaning.and
maintenance practices.
Other efforts to increase
environmental conscious-
ness have included encour-
aging environmentally-
preferable purchasing
programs, maintaining an
electronic database of all
building energy code com-
pliance documents and
instituting a local green
building awards program.
For more infi'r,iatiion
about the county's green ini-
tiatives, visit
www.ircgov.com/green/ind
Sex.htm..

Workshop offered
for nonprofits
The Indian River chapter
of the Association of
Fundraising Professionals
invites all nonprofits to a
special information session
on nominating philanthro-
pists for awards.
The free session will take
See BRIEF, A8


NEW CHAMBER


Cutting the ribbon on the
new Indian River County
Chamber of Commerce

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WINNING ENTRY


Signs, slogan in the works


for promoting Sebastian


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN The lagoon,
shops and small-town atmos-
phere, in other words, all the
charms of Sebastian, will soon be
on display for tourists driving
along Interstate-95.
During the April 10, Sebastian
City Council meeting, city man-
ager Al Minner gave a status
update on a move to get Sebast-
lan noticed with billboard adver-
tisements.
The first step in pulling the
marketing campaign together is
securing a professional to come
up with the initial concept, said
Mr. Minner.
"Since the last meeting, we


have worked vigorously to make
sure we get the best product,"
said Mr. Minner.
"We want to put our best foot
forward, and I felt that the best
thing to do is to bring in a profes-
sional firm to help," he said.
A budget of $40,000 was grant-
ed to Mr. Minner by the City
Council to work on the billboard
project, and the initial cost of'
bringing in a marketing profes-
sional is estimated at $3,000, said
the city manager.
Paris Productions, an advertis-
ing, public relations and promo-
tions -firm based in Vero Beach,
will work to create. graphics and
slogans to make Sebastian stand
out in the memory pf drivers on
the highway.


Federal cigarette


tax hike hurting


businesses


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
T R E A S U R E
COAST/SEBASTIAN -
They say smokers gotta'
smoke, but nowadays,
smokers are feeling a tight
pain whenever they do
and it's not coming from
their 'chests, it's coming
from their wallets.
A new federal tax rate
increase and a price
increase by major tobacco
:1njinuIf, u'til i'r have
mnean a decrease in ciga-


rette sales across the-
board and -it's affecting
small business, owners on
the Treasure Coast.
The national 62 cent tax
increase was designed to
cover costs for expanding
the state's Children's
Health Insurance Pro-
gram.
Some small business
owners around the Trea-
sure Coast are seeing a
decrease in cigarette sales
that range from 10 to 25
percent.
See TAX, A2


Hometown News


online now
From Staff Reports
hometownnewsol.com
Hometown News has
recently added a nlew fea-
ture to its online compo-
nent,- www.hometown-
newsol.com: "a
commenting link.
Online readers .can now
go to, the end of a story,
and type a comment into
the dialog box under
"Add New Comment."
Below the comment
box are boxes asking for
your name, e-mail
address and Web site
address (optional.):
After you complete the


interactive
information in the boxes,
you can click on the but-
ton marked "Post com-
ment." Once your com-
ment is approved by the
.editors, it will be posted
to the Web site.
Note: In the box that
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may type in whatever
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posted with your com-
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you put in your actual
name, that is the name
that will show up on the
Web site.

See ONLINE, A3


Mr. Minner said
the firm was
selected by him
for this project
without a com-
petitive bid.
The actual
implementation
of the billboard design
will be handled through a com-
petitive bid process, Mr. Minner
added. Two or possibly three
strategically-located signs are in
the plans.
"The billboards will advertise
where we want people to live,
work, play and patronize," said
Mr.-Minner.
"We're trying to promote Sebas-
tian, to get the name out there,
because there is a real desire on


the
part of the council,
especially in this economic cli-
mate, to help local business," he
said.
Mr. Minner said he expects
Paris Productions would have a
product to present to the City
Council in four to six weeks.
Mayor Richard Gillmor said he
was encouraged by the progress
See SLOGAN; A4


Breakfast buddies


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
At first, Sophia Turner, 2, of Sebastian seemed reluctant to visit with the Easter Bunny,
but.later came around to the possibility.that maybe, he might have some goodies for
her. She apd about 100 others went to the GFWC Sebastian River Junior Women's Club
for the second annual breakfast with the Easter Bunny.


Ivo David's
creation
was
selected as
this year's
Hibiscus
Festival
poster


Friday: Partly cloudy;
high: 77; low: 60; high
tide: 2:44 p.m.; low tide:
9:10 p.m.
Saturday: Partly cloudy;
high: 80; low: 62; high
tide: 3:48 p.m.; low tide:
10:11 p.m.
Sunday: Partly cloudy; high: 82; low: 64;
high tide: 4:52 p.m.; low tide: 11:07 p.m.
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Donated food distributed all over county


Photo provided by Jon Pine
Club Change volunteers gather non-perishable goods for
needy families at the at Mel Fisher's Treasures, the Seba-
sitan collection point. From left: Nichole Harris (Club
Change secretary), John Restivo and Connie James.


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
,INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The tables were piled
high with assorted non-
perishable foodstuffs at the
April 11 Snowbird Food
Drive.
Little blue boxes of mac-
aroni and cheese, tall cans'
of scarlet spaghetti sauce,
as well as boxes of crackers
and cookies and cereal and
cans of fruits and veggies,
filled dozens of boxes.
The drive, which was run
by Club Change of Indian
River County, a project of
the Florida Democratic
Party, collected the food for
four feeding programs in
.the county: The Source,


Roseland Ecumenical Food
Pantry, Indian River Food
Pantry and the Backpack
Buddies program.
"This is the first time we
have included the Back-
pack Buddies program,
because we just found out
about them and when we
heard what they do, we had
to help them out," said Jon
Pine, president of Club
Change.
Backpack Buddies is a
feeding program used in six
county schools to provide
nourishment over the
.weekend for students who
may not have regular meals
outside of school.
Cindy Scherpf, who has a
mentoring program at
Treasure Coast Elementary,


noticed some children
would clean their plates
after their free breakfast on
Monday and then wait at
the. garbage cans to take
leftovers from their'peers.
"It was then that I knew I
needed to do something,"
said Ms. Scherpf, Backpack
Buddies program director.
Volunteers at the schools
fill the backpacks with food
for the children, who then
take it home on Friday and
return the backpack on
Monday.
"Any food that we get is
helpful, but especially, we
try to have those foods that
the child can serve and pre-
pare themselves, like cere-
als, macaroni and cheese
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Roseland resident Rose Wilson, left, gets a pack of cigarettes last week from Suraj Nayak,
manager of the Sebastian Shell Station.


Tax
From page Al
Surai Nayak, manager of
the Sebastian Shell station
and convenience store on
U.S. 1 and County Road 512
Eastbound, said that ciga-
rette carton sales alone
have dropped nearly 50
percent, from 50 cartons
per day to about 23 per day.
'"We sold quite a lot'
before the price went up,
but now, people are trying
to cut down and are trying
to quit, so they are not buy-
ing as much," said 'Mr.
Nayak.
"Everybody is saying that
they can't afford it any-
more."
Customers who came
into the store to pay for
their, gas and decided to


pick up some cigarettes,
too, were visibly taken
aback at the prices of the
cartons, but paid the price
anyway.
The federal tax took
effect on April 1, but sever-
al weeks earlier in March,
major tobacco companies
raised product prices in
anticipation of the tax
increase.
Because of the rising
Cost, customers have
begun to make adjust-
ments to their smoking
habits, Mr. Nayak said.
"The less expensive ciga-
rettes, like 305s, we are
buying more of because
more people want them
now," he said.
Customers looking for
deals, such as buy-one, get-
one offers, have also
increased, said Mr. Nayak.


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"As a person, I like the
policy, but not as a busi-
nessman,"'said Mr. Nayak.
In Tallahassee, lawmak-
ers in the Senate are con-
sidering raising the state
cigarette tax from 34 cents
per pack to $1.34 per pack.
If the tax goes into effect,
it will make business falter
again, said Vero Beach gas
station and convenience
store owner, Gene Duffy.
"It'll just compound the
issue, that's what it will do,"
said Mr. Duffy.
"It's too soon to tell
exactly how bad it will be,"
he said.
'Currently, Florida is
ranked 46th out of all the
states in terms of cigarette
.taxes, according to charts
created by the Campaign
for Tobacco Free Kids.
New Jersey has the high-
est state tax at $2.58 per
pack and South Carolina is
the lowest at. 7 cents per
pack.
Campaign for Tobacco
Free Kids is an organization
dedicated to keeping chil-
dren safe from the harmful
consequences of tobacco.
Roland Mintz, owner of
The Brass Pipe in Fort
Pierce, a cigar and tobacco
shop, has been serving cus-
tomers on the, Treasure
Coast from Sebastian to
Stuart for more than 32
years and has seen the
industry go through many
changes.
Less' than 10 years ago,
his tobacco sales fell 50'
percent in one year as a
result of prices increases
from the tobacco industry.
and raised taxes..
"It's never recovered,"';
said Mr. Mintz.
Though the ,federal tax
increase primarily impact-
ed cigarette sales, other
tobacco products
increased in price, too.
People who have decided'
to roll their own cigarettes
in an attempt to save some
money are also being
impacted.'
"People that smoke, are
always going to want to
smoke," said Mr. Mintz.
"I think we may see an
upswing in pipe tobacco
smoking because it's still
probably the least expen-
sive way to smoke," he said.
The next thing that is
going to happen, said Mr.
Mintz, is a tax on sodas.
"There's a ton of money
they could make even if
they imposed a half-cent,
tax on every soda. That's.
where they're going to go
next," he said.


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Bank continues support of babies


For Hometown News
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TREASURE COAST The
March of Dimes, Treasure
S Coast division, announced
that Seacoast National Bank
is the premier sponsor for
the 2009 March for Babies in
Indian River, Martin, Okee-
chobee and St. Luciecoun-
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said Pam Crowley, executive
director of March of Dimes,
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addition to forming one of
the largest teams in each
county, employees also


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donate their time and talent
throughout the year to
ensure the success of all of
our fund raising events."
Seacoast National Bank
recently received three top
honors from the organiza-
tion in 2008.
Mary Shaffer, assistant
branch manager and Dee
Armes, loan officer, were
honored individually as Vol-
untrers of the Year for St.
Lucie and Martin counties,
respectively.
Seacoast was also recog-
nized at the premier Spon-
sor of the Year for its com-
mitment and support for the
March of Dimes premature
birth awareness campaign


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throughout the year, includ-
ing corporate sponsorship
and employee participation
in the March for Babies and
Bikers for Babies.
"As a community bank, we
encourage our employees to
join together as a team to
support March of Dimes
and help build awareness of
premature birth throughout
the Treasure Coast commu-
nities that we serve," said
Tom Wilkinson, Treasure
Coast president of Seacoast
National Bank.
The March of Dimes is
dedicated to reducing the
number of babies born early
and/or too small. Programs
focus on education about


the signs of pre-term labor
and research into the caus-
es.
Three March for Babies
events are planned for this
spring.
The St. Lucie County walk
will be held on April 18,
beginning and ending at
IRSC/FAU joint campus at
St. Lucie West.
The Martin County walk
will be held on April 25,
beginning and ending at
Memorial Park in'downtown,
Stuart.
The Indian River County
walk will be held on May 2,
beginning and ending at
Riverside Park in Vero
Beach.


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Marine research


is meeting topic


this month


For Hometown News
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VERO BEACH The
public is invited to the
Pelican Island Audubon
Society's April 20 meet-
ing featuring Valerie
Paul, ,director of the
Smithsonian Marine Sta-
tion in Fort Pierce.
Ms. Paul will present a
program on marine envi-
ronmental research and
education at the Smith-
sonian Marine Station.
The meeting starts at
7:30 p.m. at the Vero
Beach Community Cen-
ter, 2266 14th Ave., Vero
Beach.
The marine station is a
center for research and
education in the marine
sciences, specializing in
studies of biodiversity
and ecology of the
marine and estuarine
ecosystems of sduth
Florida.
The Smithsonian's
National Museum of Nat-
ural History administers
the station, which serves
as a field station that
draws up to 120 top sci-
entists and students each
year from the Smithson-
ian and collaborating
institutions around the
world.
The station provides a
variety of educational
programs to the public,
including the ecosystems
exhibit, where visitors
can explore six different
*Florida marine habitats
and learn about the com-


plexity and importance
of marine ecosystems.
The largest aquarium is
a model of a Caribbean
coral reef. Other displays
include living models of
seagrass, mangroves,
estuarine and near shore
habitats, as well as a
Sdeepwater Oculina coral
reef.
Ms. Paul served on the
faculty of the University
of Guam Marine Labora-
tory from 1985-2002. Her
research interests
include marine chemical
ecology, marine plant-
herbivore. interactions,
coral reef ecology and
marine natural produc:is.
She has published more
than 175 svcii-inic
papers and book chap-
ters and edited a brok on
marine chemical e i.:lugy.
The Pelican land
Audubon society is ,a
local, chapter 'of the
National Audubon Soci-
.ety,, dedicated to the
preservation and protec-
tion of animals,, plants
and natural communities
in Indian River County
through advocacy, edu-
cation and public aware-
ness through monthly
meetings, field trips and
other programs.
The public is always
invited to attend and
those interested are
encouraged to join the
society.

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and soups," said Ms.
Scherpf.
More than 100 children
currently participate in the
program, including students
at Treasure Coast, Sebastian
River, Pelican Island Vero
Beach and Fellsmere ele-
mentary schools.
The program originated in
Bowie, Texas, and has,
spread around the country
because of its success.
"The. children in Texas
showed a 20 percent
improvement on their stan-
dardized test scores after
participating, in the pro-
gram," said Ms. Scherpf.


"If a child is hungry, they
will not be able to focus,
they won't be able to learn
and may be tired," she said.
The timing of the drive
was to target the many win-
ter residents who may be
heading north for the spring
and summer months, said
Mr. Pine.
"We've had both snow-
birds and regular residents,
but it was definitely the right
timing for the snowbirds to
clean out their pantries
before heading back home,"
said Mark Manera, a volun-
teer at the drive.
Jan Keith, who has worked
with the Roseland Ecumeni-
cal Food-Pantry since 2001
and has been the director
since 2004, was.very grateful


"They are always so thankful and excited to
have the food to feed their families.

Jan Keith
Roseland Ecumenical Food Pantry


for the contribution of 10
large boxes of food.
When the pantry first was
organized, the volunteers
gave out about 30 boxes a
month. In March, Ms. Keith
said more than 500 boxes
were given to needy fami-
lies.
"The need seems to be
growing every day," said Ms.
Keith.
Though there are some
people who come and try to


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made in the billboard proj-
ect, and urged expediency
in the matter.
"If you can make this.
happen in less than 60
days, that will make us
happy," said .Mayor Gill-
mor:
Another idea designed
to stimulate local econo-
my and bring people into
Sebastian is a local
farmer's market.
Council members
agreed the products they'd
like.to see sold in the mar-
ket would be those pro-
duced by residents of the
area, not products sold by.
a "middleman."
"What I don't want is to
see a guy from Fort Pierce
drive his truck down to
,Plant City, then. drive up
here to sell them," said
Councilman Eugene Wolff.
Some items that would


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beat the system, most of the
people who use the pantry
are in genuine need, said
Ms. Keith.
"They are always so
thankful and excited to have
the food to feed their fami-
lies," she said.
"I feel very honored to do
this work. I worked in the
medical field before retiring,
so I'm not nursing now, but I
am feeding people," said
Ms. Keith.


be acceptable to sell at the
farmer's market, besides
fresh produce, include
breads, homemade can-
dles, even fish.
"Natural products," said
Councilwoman Andrea
Coy.
The location and fre-
quency of the markets
were discussed in the
meeting, but nothing was
finalized.
Mr. Minner says he
expects the location will
dictate the frequency of
the markets
Mr. Minner, said he
would be opening up
requests for proposals
soon and hopes to present
a recommendation to the
City Council within four to
six weeks.
For more information on
upcoming meeting agen-
das, call (772) 589-5330, or
visit www.cityofsebast-
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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
oflaw.
Sebastian
Police Department

Kenneth Louis Stossel,
48, 1845 Robalo Drive, Apt.
D105, Vero Beach, was
charged with trafficking
oxycodone and a misde-
meanor charge of driving
while license suspended
with knowledge.

Indian River Shores
Police Department

Lisa Mae Werren, 44,
2326 86th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
being a fugitive from justice.

Indian River
Sheriffs Office

Jermaine Antonia Mor-
timer, 25,4725 40thAve.,Vero
Beach, was charged with
attempted aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon.
Lakenzie Lontrell Brown,
22, 4536 33rd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with vio-
lation of probation. He was
on probation for carrying a
concealed weapon.
Leonard DeanWeaver, 47,
8885 100 Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with driving
while license suspended,
habitual offender and a mis-
demeanor charge of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
* Gerald Richard
McCarthy, 45, West 76 St.,
New York, N.Y., was charged
with domestic violence bat-
tery on a person over 65 years
of age.
Ricky Allen Jackson, 49,
9955 138th Ave., Fellsmere,
was charged with third-
degree grand theft.
David Frank Martin, 40,
957 Sable Lane, Rockledge,
was charged with two counts
oflewd orlascivious molesta-
tion, offender 18 ot older, vic-


tim 12 to 16, lewd or lascivi-
ous battery and lewd or las-
civious conduct.
Arthur Thompson III, 21,
520 20th Place Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with failure to appear in
court on charges of fleeing or
eluding.
Johnny Price, 39, home-
less, was charged with bur-
glary and aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon.,
Takessa Ushawn Lewis,
32, 7645 129th St., Vero
Beach, was charged with sale
and possession of cocaine.
Raymond James Jackson,
40, 2859 Colbert Cir, Mel-
bourne, was charged with
failure to appear in court on
charges of possession of
cocaine and use or posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Dennis Lee Sanders, 50,
1105 36th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with trafficking
in oxycodone.
RamiroVarela Jr., 31, 4495
25th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with fleeing or elud-
ing a law enforcement officer
and a misdemeanor charge
of resisting an officer without
violence.
Nikkole May Dierling, 23,
12345 Hamilton Road, Pal-
metto, Ga., was charged with
being a fugitive from justice.
Drew Robinette Lind-
berg, 32, 3119 Ashford
Square, Vero Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation, possession of
cocaine, methadone and
alprazolam and a misde-
meanor charge of possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Joseph Edward "Joey"
Barker, 29, 225 S. Orange St.,
Fellsmere, was charged with
grand theft.
Sean Tyson Erts, 26, 919
Fork Road, Stuart, was
charged with violation of
probation. He was on proba-
tion for first-degree petit
theft.
Gloria Burton, aka Gloria
Burton Mayes, 55, 1900 N.
Congress Ave., West Palm
Beach, was charged with fail-
ure to appear in court -on
charges of worthless check
obtaining property and a
nlisdcImeanor charge of vio-
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RogerAntonioWilson, 18,
2285 14th Ave., Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with carrying a concealed
firearm.
*Murvin Thomas, 23, 486
Rolling Hill Drive, Sebastian,
was charged with possession
of cannabis and violation of
probation. He was on proba-
tion for driving while license
revoked.
Brian Steven Mantis, 60,
1734 Pointe West Way, Vero
Beach, was charged with vio-
lation of probation. He was
on probation for driving
while license suspended with
knowledge.
Kyle Robert Tankersly, 21,
3375 66th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with failure to
appear in court on charges of
grand theft.
Terrance Bernard Parrish,
34, 3306 Greenwood Ave.,
West Palm Beach, was
charged with driving while
license suspended, prior
conviction.
Oscar Kizar, 46, 355 Fid-
dlewood Road, Vere Beach,
was charged with reckless
driving causing damage or
injury.
Derek McKemy, 25, 644
29th Ave., Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of a dwelling with
assault or battery.
Antonio Terrell Williams,
24, 3880 17th .Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with vio-
lation of probation, grand
theft-auto, tampering with
evidence, and misdemeanor
charges of disorderly intov-,


cation and driving while
license suspended with
knowledge. He was on pro-
bation for robbery.
Suzanne Marie Ward, 26,
5180 85 St., Vero .Beach, was
charged with possession of
oxycodone.
Brittany Nichole Samp-
son, 19, 8845 64th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with fail-
ure to appear in court on
charges of third-degree
grand theft.
Jenith Rakiel Walker, 27,
389 Hanford Road S.W, Palm
Bay, was charged with pos-
session of cocaine and a mis-
demeanor charge of posses-
sion of cannabis.
Ryan Lee Padgett, 18,
8230 95th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with trafficking
in oxycodone and two counts
of sale or delivery of ecstasy
and two counts possession of
ecstasy, possession of and
sale or delivery of cannabis..
Bradford Clifford Cour-
son, 24, 446 Marlin Circle,
Barefoot Bay, was charged
with high-speedwanton flee-
ing and driving while license
suspended, habitual traffic
offender, forcible felon.
Loreley B. Villella, 52,
5705 N. Andrews Ave., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
deriving support from pro-
ceeds of prostitution.

Florida Highway
Patrol
*Stephen Gary Gerber, 41,
2446 57th Circle, Vero Beach,
was charged with driving
under the influence.


Trot to raise money


for scholarships


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Indian River Habitat for
Humanity's second annual
HabiTrot to Higher Educa-
tion 5K event will take
place April 25, starting at 7
a.m. at South Beach Park.
Pre-registration is $20.
Registration on the morn-
ing of the event is $25.
The first 150 people to
register are guaranteed to
event T-shirts. There will


be drawings, entertain-
ment and food. There will
be one water station .along
the route.
Awards will go to top
male and female finishers,
plus the first three finish-
ers in all age categories.
All proceeds will go to
Habitat's scholarship pro-
gram, which provides
scholarships for qualified
children of Habitat home-
owners.
For more information, call
(772) 562-9860, Ext. 229.


Classes for.


adults offered


INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- General education
diploma preparation
classes are available at the
Adult Education School in
Vero Beach, Sebastian
River High School and
starting April 21, at the
Simon Mall site. Hours are
Tuesday and Thursdays,
from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Call
(772) 564-4970.
SAn armed security offi-
cer G class will run June
15-22. Students will attend
class 6- 10 p.m., Monday-
Friday for one week and
then spend the following
Monday at the range. Cost
is $152.
A four-hour beginner
scrapbooking workshop
will be held from 9 a.m.-


noon on May 9. Cost is
$24. Students will need to
bring photographs and
scissors, and m'ay bring
albums and embellish-
ments. Supplies can be
purchased from the work-
shop instructor.
A sewing class will begin
in May.
The course schedule is
available at the office, at
area libraries, and on the
Web at www.indianriver-
schools.org.
Adult Education is locat-
ed at 1426 19th St., down-
town Vero Beach. English
speakers of other lan-
guages and GED prepara-
tion classes are offered for
free.
For more information,
call (772) 564-4970.


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SCriminals on the street

-A convicted drug dealer is being held for trial on charges
of aggravated assault and other offenses after police said he
Wvas armed with a semiautomatic handgun in a struggle
with an officer.
-'Forturiately, the officer was wearing his bulletproof vest
with a trauma.plate and as a result, he was not injured, but
the question remains, why was this dangerous convict per-
miitted to roam our streets?

A personal view on the president

Editor's note: This is a response to 'Obama is Everyone's
president, printed April 3.:
Yotrare correct on two fronts only: Obama.is our presi-
dent, (like it or not) arid the people who were boisterous on
those two occasions were very rude.
But maybe, like myself, they are sick and tired of hearing
what a great president Obama is. They are smart enough to
know the majority of the American people voted him in,
only because they were bush walked by his sly and obvi-
ously crooked campaign. He used the Association of Com-
munity Organizations for Reform Now to drum up crooked
voter registrations. He rani on "change," but he didn't tell-
anyone what the change would be. Thus, we now have a
president who is going along with the European countries,
trying to change our laws and our currency.
He is releasing Guantanamo prisoners to who knows
where. Some, if not most of these prisoners, are people who
tried to kill Americans.wherever they could find them. In
fact, one of the prisoners said just this week that he will take
a month off and then rejoin the Taliban and kill every Amer-
ican he. can..
-Obama is against water boarding to make prisoners talk.
What about our soldiers and prisoners over in Iraq who
were beheaded and set bn fire? They weren't given the
option of water hoarding.
What about the stimulus package and the budget pack-
age? He is' saddling our grandchildren and great-grandchil-
dren with trillions of debt.
What about increasing the taxes.on energy, which would
have every American household pay thousands of a year for
those taxes?
;He will not drill for oil on our coasts, even though the
price of oil keeps rising.
He. doesn't say anything about building more nuclear
plants, which are cleaner and less expensive than the.oil
from the Arabs. ,
SHe was a senator for onl \ one year when he campaigned
for the office of president, so he has no experience torun a
country. How sad is that?
SHis cabinet is made up of people who didn't even pay
their income taxes until theywere nominated.
Hewants to. nationalize our health system when every
country that has this system tells us how bad it is.
I could go on and on.
SI don't consider Obama my president just because the
majority of the blind and confused people voted for him.
George Bush was ny president, whom I voted for, even
though I was a democrat atthe time.
By the way, I switched parties when the democrats and
leftists started to go to the far left just before Obama came.
along. I could see through them like a piece of saran wrap.
George Bush kept us free and safe for seven years before
he got out of office. He fought for our freedom so the terror-
sist wouldn't rerurri to our soil.and attack us again. This cer-
tainly won't happen with Obama in office. He seems'to be
cozying up to our enemies.
The thing that irks mie the most is that President Bush was
maligned and spat upon by the leftists and most democrats.
They tried to stop everything he ever tried to do to make
this country great.
Wh do you feel that the conservatives don't have a right
tb do the same to Obama if they don't like what he's doing?.
I feel that Obama, the leftists and the Democrats have put
us in the awful predicament we are in today.
SSure, some of it was caused during the Bush administra-
tion, but Obama has made everything worse.
Please don't say that Obama has been in office for only a
month, because what he has done so far is far worse than'
the situation we iere in before he came into office.
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Very little wind and a light fog settled, over the Indian River Lagoon early Saturday morning, making conditions just
right for fisherman looking for the big one.



Driuginteractions can be serious


Iwas recently taking my
meditation and looked
down to see three pills
that looked exactly the
same in my hand.
I really hadn't been
paying atenion and '
didn'tknow if I'd taken out
the right combination of
two of one pill and one of
the other. I took out the
vials, pulled out a pill from
each and compared the
numbers on each tablet to,
make sure I had it right.
The experience reminded'
me how important it is to
know what you're taking,
why you're taking it, what
the correct dosage is and
whether it interacts with
food or other medications.
I did some research and
found out that there are
many drugs that shouldn't
be taken together and even
foods that can cause
problems when mixed with
drugs or supplements.
The Duke Uni\versity
"Health News" newsletter
for April 2009 lists seven
potentially life-threatening
combinations.
They include Dilatrate,
used for heart disease and
Viagra, used for hyperten-
sion and erectile dysfunc-
tion; Sporanox, prescribed
for fungal infections an
Zocor, used for high.
cholesterol; Eldepryl, used
for Parkinson's disease and
SDemerol, used for pain;


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& WELL
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Sand Flomax, used for:
enlarged prostate and
Viagra, used for erectile
dysfunction.
However, the list doesn't,
stop there. Michael Bihari,
on the Web site about.com,
reminds readers that over-
the-counter medications
and supplements can cause
problems as well.
Many people know that
combiningaaspirin and
blood-thinners, such as
Coumadin or Plavix, can
cause excessive bleeding.
'Did you know that gingko
Sbiloboa can cause bleeding
if taken with aspirin?
SNeither needs a prescrip-
tion, but the combination
can produce serious side
effects. ,
Some antacids can
interfere iith the absorp-
tion of antibiotics; the
labels often note that they
shouldn't be taken at the
same time. The same is true
of dairy products.
SVegetables containing :
vitamin K, such as broccoli,
kale and spinach can
decrease the effectiveness
of the blood thinner
Coumadin.
Alcohol mixed with over-


the-counter anti-inflam-
matory and pain medica-
tions, such as aspirin,
ibuprofen and acetamino-
phen (Tylenol) can increase
the risk of stomach bleed-
inig or liver damage.
In addition, taking
several medications with
acetaminophen atone time
- for a cold or other
symptoms can lead to
liver damage, and even
death.
Even grapefruit is not
risk-free. Dr. Bihari reports
that more than 50 prescrip-
tion.drugs are affected by
grapefruit and grapefruit
juice. It inhibits an enzyme
in the intestine that breaks
down certain drugs. More
of the drug enters the blood
stream and you may get.too
much of a good thing.
. While drugs for many
conditions, including
abnormal heart rhythm,
allergies, anxiety, epilepsy,
enlarged prostate and pain
can be affected by grape-
truit juice, stations, used to
treat high cholesterol and
calcium-channel blockers,
used to treat hypertension
and heart disease, are the
ones most likely to cause
problems when combined
with grapefruit juice.
The doctor suggests .
several measures (o prevent
drug interactions:
*When taking a new
prescription, find out
exactly how and when to


take it and if there are any
interactions.
*Tell your. doctor or
pharmacist about any
supplement you take.
*Read the label and insert
about drug interaction.
*Make a list of everything
you take and review it with
your doctor and pharma-
cist.
*Try to use onepharma-
cy, so there is a record of
what you take.
*Dont be embarrassed to,
ask questions. You are'
better safe than sorry

In response to my recent
series on strokes, I was
inforimed4hat the STO.
Stroke Society, a partner-
ship of the Visiting Nurse
Association of Florida,
Lawnwbod Regional
Medical Center and PGA .
Golf Club, meets on the.
first Thursday of each ,
month from 5-7:30 p.m. It
is open to the public and
patients, caregivers and the l
general public are wel-
come. The group meets at I
PGA Golf Club, 1916 Perfect
Drive, Port St. Lucie. Space
is limited. Call (800) 382-
3522. *,

'Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare"n magazine and
a member of the National -
Association ofScience
Writers. E-mail questions to
skoppel@bellsouthnet.


Multiple computers can share devices


M any people don't
realize the full
networking poten-
tial their wireless hot spot
presents, and are still :
walking files back and forth
across the house on a disk
("sneaker net") to use a
printer, scanner or whatever.
I thought thisweek I'd go
over more details on what
Kinds of things are possible
and how to get started.
Let's say you have three
Different computers in the
house,'all connected to the
Intemet using a wireless
router.
S.-'All three machines "see"
the Internet just fine, but
only one of them is connect-
ed to a printer. At this point,
if you were surfing the net on
one of the two machines not
connectpdto tthe printer,
.and wanted to print aWeb
page or an e-mail (or any file
for that matter), the only
options you have are to save
the file to a disk and walk it
over to the machine con-
nected to the printer, open
the fileand print it.
I suppose you could e-
mail the file to the other
machine, but instead, let's
just consider "sharing" the
printer like we share the
Internet, Then, all the
computers in the house
could access the printer just
as if they were connected
directly to that machine.
Wouldn't that be nice?


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTHY



The first thing we need to
do to set this up is make sure
that all the machines are in
the same "workgroup."
If your machines are all
running Windows XpE and
you haven't changed
anything network related,
then you may already be set
up correctly.
Let's say that instead of
having three XP machines to
connect, you have one XP
machine, one Windows 2000
machine and one running
Windows 98.
We'll start with the XP box
first. Right click your "my
computer" icon, and then
click properties. Next click
the "computer name" tab.
The page that opens will
have a computer descrip-
tion, full computer name'
and a workgroup field.
Whatever is in the work-
group field, write that down
(or, you can change itby
clicking the change button,
just be sure to write down
whatever you change it to
because you're going toneed
it).
Next, go to the Windows
2000 box and right click.that
my computer icon. Next,


click properties and then
click the network identifica-
Stion tab. There you should
see the full computer name
and the workgroup listed. If
the workgroup does not
match what ,ou wrote
Down, click the properties
button and change the
workgroup field to match
w' whatever you wrote down,
click OK, apply, then reboot.
When the machine wakes
;back up, it will be in the
same workgroup.
e Next, we'll look at the
Windows 98 box. Instead of
right clicking the my
computer icon, right click
the network neighborhood
icon instead. Then click the
identification tab. Here you
will find the computer name,
workgroup and description
fields. Again, make sure the
workgroup matches what
you previously wrote down,
click OK, then reboot.
SOK,'so now all three
machines are in the same
workgroup. We have to share
the printer so the other
machines can print to it. On
.the computer that has the
printer physically attached
to it, click start, go to control
panel and double click the
printer icon.
Next, right click the printer
you want to share and click
sharing. Make sure the "share
this printer" button is clicked,
and write down the share
name. Once the printer is


shared on the network, then .
it becomes available for all i
the other computers to use.: .
,The next step is to go to
the other two machines and 2
connect them to that shared
printer over the network.
These steps vary a litme
from operating system to
operating system, but it's
basically the Same, whether e
you are usingWindow'\s Vista,,
XP or 2000 or 98.
Go to.the control-panel
and double click printers.
Next, double click the add
printer icon. Click the next
button and select network
printer, rather than.local
printer. Click next, and then
browse to find the printer in
the workgroup.
Your workgroup should be
listed under entire network,
and you should see the
computer narhe that's
sharing the printer, and then
the printer itself. Highlight
that printer and click OK.
Now, these directions are
sketchy and generic, but the
concept is there.
Connecting to a shared
printer is fairly simple, if you
use these steps as a guide-
line. Connecting to other
resources is, again, a subject
for another column.

Sean McCathy fixes
computers. He'can be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOnline.c.
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Remembering your ABCs can save your life


t sounds almost too
simple to be true, but the
same little song that got
you through kindergarten
could now save your life.
Best of all, you don't even
have to be able to carry a
tune to use this tool.
Every 67 minutes, some-
one dies of melanoma, a sad
statistic that does not have to
be.
According to the American
Academy of Dermatology,
skin cancer is the most
prevalent of all types of
cancer and affects more than
1 million Americans every
year. ,
If your childhood included
lazy days at the beach or lots
of time in sun, you will want
to practice your ABCs and
regularly inspect your body
for any skin changes, even
minor ones.
It's easy to become familiar
with your skin. After all, it's
been with you your whole
life. Be sure to look for:


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A-Asymmetry: moles or
pigmented spots that are
unevenly matched in size,
shape, color or thickness.
.B Border irregularity: if
the edges of your moles or
spots are ragged, scalloped or
poorly defined, you need to
have them checked by a
board- certified dermatolo-
gist
SC- Color: moles or spots
that are not even in color, or
appear even slightly mottled,
are a sign that you should see
a board- certified dermatolo-
gist.
.D -Diameter and
difference: think of the size of
a pencil eraser from those
days when you were learning
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larger than the size of a pencil
eraser, bleeds, itches or looks
different from all the others
you've acquired, pickup the
phone and put your mind at
ease.
E- Evolution or change
in the lesion: any change in a
previously unchanging mole
or pigmented spot should be
reported to your dermatolo-
gist.
This year, tens of thou-
sands ofAmericans will
develop melanoma, the most
deadly of all skin cancers.
Thousands of them will die
from the disease. This is
tragic, as melanoma is
usually curable'when caught
in its early stages.
How to catch skin cancer


early?You guessed it; it's as
simple as remembering your
ABCs.
Treasure Coast Dermatol-
ogy wants to make sure you
enjoy your children, grand-
children and even the great-
grandkids, as well as the
neighbors, friends and loved
ones you've collected
through the years.
If you've never checked
your skin before, let today be
the dayyou shed your clothes
and stand in front of the
mirror singing your ABCs.
It may seem a little funny
to be doing it, at least the first
time, but it may be the song
that saves your life.
Drs. Tim loannides and
Jonathan Sanders are board
certified by the American
Board ofDermatology and
are Fellows of theAmerican
Societyfor Mohs Surgery. They
can be reached at '(877) 870-
3376 (DERM) orgo to
www.tcdermatology.com.


Chamber celebrates grand opening


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Indian River County
Chamber of Commerce cel-
ebrated the grand opening
of its new facility with tours
and a ribbon- cutting cere-
mony on March 26.
"The new building is a
tribute to the business com-
munity and to the many
people who contributed to
the chamber's capital cam-
paign," said Bill Curtis,
chamber chairman of the
board. "This chamber facili-
ty will serve the community
for years to come and brings
with it the technology and
the professional atmos-
phere that says our commu-
nity values the significance
of the business community."


The new 5,106-square-
foot building, fully-
equipped with state-of-the-
art technology and a
dedicated business resource
center, was designed and
built by two local Vero
Beach firms, Gregory John
Burke Architect and Bill
Bryant & Associates.
Many, other Indian River
County firms worked on the
building as subcontractors.
"The chamber leadership
is proud to have supported
our local community
through the.construction of
our new facility," said Penny
Chandler,' chamber presi-
dent. "Dollars spent in our
community, continue to get
spent over and over again,
which helps to nurture a
See CHAMBER, A8


Photo courtesy of the Indian River Chamber of Commerce
From left: Richard Gillmor, Sebastian mayor; Scott Melan-
son, Fellsmere chief of police; Bill Curtis, chairman of the'
chamber board of directors; Tom White, Vero Beach vice
mayor; Alma Lee Loy, chamber capital campaign hon-
orary chair; Deryl Loar, Indian River County sheriff; Bill
Troxell, Orchid Island councilman; Gerard Weick, Jndian
River Shores councilman; Karen Deigl, capital campaign
co-chairwoman; Wesley Davis, commission chairman and
Jay Hart, capital campaign co-chairman.


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TY- In honor of"be kind.
to animals" week, May 3-
9, Dogs for Life, a tax-
deductible, nonprofit
organization will offer a
free dog obedience class
to the'public on.May 9, at
10 a.m. at the off-leash
dog park, located on the
corner of 12th Street and
16th Avenue in Vero
Beach.
The week was created
in 1915 by the American
Humane Association to
encourage compassion
toward animals.
Dogs for Life suggests
the following to show
appreciate for animals:
Always report any
suspected animal abuse
or neglect.
Adopt pets from an
animal shelter.
* Spay or neuter pets
and -encourage friends
and family to do the
same.


Readers earn treats


For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY Local students who
read books over the sum-
mer break can earn free
ice cream, thanks to Indi-
an River Federal Credit
Union's annual summer
reading program, which
runs June 3-Aug. 24.
Participate can pick up
a reading card at the Indi-
an River Federal Credit
Union office (available
late May).
Participants must read
three books and write a
25-word summary ,of
each one. A librarian will


initial the reading card.
Reading cards and the
Three book summaries
can be taken to either
Marble Slab Creamery,
6480 20th St, Vero Beach,
or Paradise Ice Cream,
661 Sebastian Blvd.,
Sebastian, to be
redeemed.
Indian River Federal.
Credit Union has. two
locations: 2800 20th St,
Vero Beach and 11638
U.S. 1, Sebastian. Both
offices are open Monday-
Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
and Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
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Spend quality time
with a pet, such as join-
ing the off-leash dog park
or attending a dog obedi-
ence class.
Make sure pets have'
an identification tags or
microchips.
Plant flowers that will
attract butterflies or
hummingbirds.
*Speak out about the
importance of respecting
animals.
Membership to the off-
leash dog park requires;
that a dog be inoculated,
neutered and social.
Annual membership fee
is $250, with a second dog
from the same household
costing $50. No govern-
ment funds are received .
Dog-park memberships,
help support the cost of
training hearing and serv-
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unteers with dogs for pet-
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Indian River County.
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healthy local economy."
The new facility, rebuilt
in its original downtown
Vero Beach location, is sup-
ported through a capital
campaign that has been
supported by hundreds of
private donations from


local businesses and foun-
dations. .
Currently in the final $1.5
million phase, the chamber
has reached nearly $1.35
million in pledges.
"The new building repre-
sents what the chamber's
leadership envisioned for
the future of Indian River
County," said Alma Lee Loy,
honorary campaign chair-
.womari.


"This "facility provides
our community with an
inviting gateway for com--
merce and provides an
atmosphere in which our
business community w,'
continue to grow and
thrive."

To make a donation to 'he
capital campaign or learn
more about the new ftcilit:.
call (772) 567-3491. .


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801 Wellness Way, Suite, 103 Sebastian, FL 32958
Phone (772)388-1740
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place on April 22 from.8 a.m.
to 9:30 am. at McKee Botani-:.
cal Garden.
National Philanthropy
Day is Nov. 19 and with this
workshop, rionprofits ..can
learn how to nominate local
philanthropists for recogri-.
tion.
"It's a great way for non-
profits to show their love for
the donors and volunteers
who are near and dear to
their. organization," said
Cynthia Falardeau, execu-
ti\e director of the Educa-
tion Foundation of Indian
River,County.
For more information
about the Association of
Fundraising Professionals,
visit www.afpnet.org.


Rants
From page A6
One more point. I 'have
two grandsons in the mili-
tary, a marine who has been
in Iraq, and a sailor who has
been to the Persian Guilf
twice. !I also.have a grand-
daughter who was in the
U,S. Navy when Iraq'war
started. Mll three have be'enl
proud to serve their country
under President Bush.
I resent it when you say that
you are a true American only
if you accept Obama. Unless,


High school
renaming vote
postponed
,The:'Vero Beach school
board has decided to post-
pone a decision on renam-
ing Vero Beach High
.School in honor of band
leader James Sammons. -
The vote to approve or
disapprove renaming the
Vero Beach High School
Performing Arts Center the'
James L. Sammons Perfor-
maing .Arts Center was
slated for April 14, but was
moved to May.26, accord-
ing to an announced agen-
da addendum.
For more information
about upcoming school
board agenda items or
minutes, visit www.indian-
riverschools.org.


and until Obama changes his
policies to serve Americans
better will I consider him my
president. '

Cheaper to
operate overseas

One of the nation's largest
chemical companies. Rohm &
Haas, is cutting jobs in the'
U.S. At the same time, it
Maintains facilities in Viet-
nam,' Turkey, Russia and
China, and: is expanding a
plant in Taiwan. Thisis so sad.
.It is understandable, 'how-


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ever, as it is cheaper to operate
overseas. Our shortsighted
government taxes production
here at' one of the highest
rates on earth.

Outrage at spending
SIt is an understatement to
say the current bunch in
charge of our government in
SWashington is guilryo of wildly
exravagant spending.
One outrage from along list
of costly items is a $2 billion
increase in the subsidN for
childcare, however,. there
seems to be little outcry about
the huge deficit we are leaving
for our children and grand-
children.

Benefits from
delayed justice

SThere is an old but true say-
ing that justice delayed isjus-
tice. denied. However, the
lawyers enjoy the current sys-
*tem of ridiculous delays,
because they benefit finarih
cially by the unending
appeals and needless delays.


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Friday, April 17, 2009

Enjoy live music
in Sebastian

Riverview Park in Sebast-
ian will be rocking' and
rolling this week as the pop-
ular concert-in-the-park
series continues with spe-
cial guests, The Nite Life.
The April 17 concert will
last from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m,:
with a short intermission. :
Lawn chairs and blankets
are encouraged.
Popcorn and other food
and refreshments will be
available for purchase dur-
ing the event.
The event is sponsored bW
the city of Sebastian, the
SSebastian River Area Cham-
ber of Commerce, Nlel-'
Sbourne International Air-
port and RBC Bank.
For more information, call
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The Academy for the Per-
forming Arts presents its
annual Kaleidoscope Con-
cert at 7:30 p.m at the Com-
munity Church, 1901 23rd St
in Vero Beach. The free con-
cert will feature fast-paced
musical variety performed by
some of the area's finest
artists in classical, jazz, rock
and pop styles. The concert is
free and open to the public. A
lasagna dinner will be served
at 6:30 p.m. prior to the con-
cert for a charge of $8 for
adults, $4 for children and
$22 for a family of four or
more.
For dinner reservations call
(772) 562-7265.
FRIDAY, APRIL 17
A Concert in the Park at
Riverview Park in Sebastian
will be held from 5:30 to 8
p.m. on the Indian River
Lagoon and feature rock 'n
rollers 'The Nite Life. The
public is invited to attend this
free concert which is spon-
sored by the city of Sebastian,
the Sebastian River Area
Chamber of Commerce and
several businesses. Sugar
Shack will sell food and
refreshments and the Lions
Club of Sebastian will sell
popcorn.' During intermission,
attendees will bave a chance
to win giveaways from local
businesses. Bring a lawn
chair or blanket.
For more information, call
(772) 589-5969.
FRIDAY, APRIL 17 &
SATURDAY, APRIL 18
The 2009 Hibiscus Festi-
val presented by the city of
Vero Beach to benefit Main
Street'Vero Beach, Vero Her-
itage and the Indian River
County Historical -Society will
be held today in historic
downtown Vero Beach on'
14th Avenue between 21st
and: 23rd Streets. Festival'
hours are from 9 a.m. to 8:30
p.m. A wide assortment of
activities and entertainment
will take place throughout
the day.
For more information, visit
online at www.mainstreetver-
obeach.org or call (772) 567-
2897 or (772) 234-4412.
SATURDAY, APRIL 18
The aclaimned play "Wit"
will be performed at the,
Waxlax Center for the Per-
forming Arts at 7:30 p.m. in
the second of two perform-
ances. The Saint Edward's.
School Theatre Department is
presenting the 1998 Pulitzer
Prize-winning play' by Mar-
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Winning festival poster selected


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH -The Hibiscus Festi-
val is an annual tradition in Vero
Beach, held each mid-April to cele-
brate the city's historic downtown,
increase awareness for that area and
raise funds for nonprofit organiza-
tions that work toward downtown
preservation, growth and revitaliza-
tion.
The two-day event will be April 17
and 18 and each year, the festival fea-
tures a poster competition among
local artists to commemorate the
event.
In cooperation with festival organ-
izers and the Cultural Council of Indi-
an River County, local artists are invit-
ed to submit poster designs which
incorporate a hibiscus and other per-
tinent downtown or local features.
This year's winning entry was sub-
mitted by Ivo David, an Italian-born
artist andVero Beach resident.
Mr. David's entry, his first in the
poster contest, was chosen from eight
submissions and features a whimsical
festival scene, which includes down-
town historic buildings and even a lit-
tle dog on aleash.
The work painted in oils is done in a
style reminiscent of Impressionist
and post-Impressionist masters, such
as Monet andVan Gogh. A prominent
use of yellow tones is a signature
aspect of Mr. David's works, which
convey joy through color and subject
matter.
A modern day Renaissance man,
Mr. David is also a poet and the
founder of a European artistic move-
ment called "The Fusionism '56." His
works have been exhibited intera-
tionally as well as locally at the A.E.
"Bean" Backus Museum in Fort Pierce
and the Vero Beach Museum of Art.
He comes from an artistically-gifted
family and was first taught to paint by
his father, Arduino David, a fine-arts


-Photo courtesy of'Beverly Paris
Ivo David of Vero Beach, the 2009 Hibiscus Festival poster design contest
winner, with his award-winning entry,


painter.
; There's also a new book about the
artist/writer by 0. Tanelli entitled
"The Fusionism of Ivo Da\id: A
Search for Freedom in Art."
A recent phone conversation
revealed a man as cheery as his paint-


when the townspeople acknowledge
my work. This is a beautiful little city
,and it's a pleasure to work here," Mr.
David said.
His artistic creativity began by age
4.
"I eat, breathe and sleep art," he


ings.
"It's always a great honor for me See FESTIVAL, B2


What it means to be male in America


Play explores contrast of coaching
styles in baseball context


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
VERO BEACH L Ameri-
ca's love affair with baseball.
began in the 1800s and
evolved to become our
nation's favoritepastime.
"Rounding Third," a com-
edy by Richard Dresser
about Lintle League baseball.
Sis set to hit a home run with
audiences when it opens
April 16 on the Stark Main-
stage at Riverside Theatre.
Directed and cast byAllen
D. Cornell, the theater's pro-
.ducing artistic director
"Rounding Third" stars two
accomplished, .New Yokk
City-based actors, who
assume the roles of two
decidedly different Little
League coaches in a kind of
"The Odd Couple". on a
baseball diamond.
But Coach Don (played by


Noah Racey) and his assis-
tant Michael (played by Jef-
frey C. Wolf) are no Oscar
Madison and Felix Ungar
despite their disparate per-
sonalities and philosophies
on what it means to be male
inAmerica.
The play follows the Little
League season to its climac-
tic championship game,
while the coaches engage in
philosophical and personal
tugs-of-war.
. Don is a blue-collar, "win-
at-all-costs" warrior,, whose
son is the team's star'pitcher.
His tough coaching tech-
niques and machismo are a
turn-offto Michael, a corpo-
rate executive and widower,
whose klutzy son has never
played baseball.
Michael believes the kids
should just be having fun
and put aside the cutthroat
competition.


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Photo courtesy of Stephanie LaBella
Jeffrey C. Wolf and Noah Racey portray dueling base-
ball coaches in 'Rounding Third,' which opens at River-
side Theatre on April 16.


The show's stars spoke
recently about their respec-
tive roles.
"It's where two forces
meet and we embody the
two sides of what it is to be
competitive and what it is to
be a man. It's archetypal in
that we're supposed to be all
we can be," Mr. Racey said:
Mr. Wolf noted that the


differences between the two
coaches become immedi-
ately evident.
"At the top of the show, we
see polar opposites of two
men playing baseball and
teaching the game of life.
"Winning is the key for
Don, and Michael sees it as a


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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 4-17-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
Making a little quality time
for yourself will recharge
your batteries quicker than
anything else you could do.
This down times planning
time. Make a list of the most
important things you want to
do in the next three months.
This makes the commitment.
Then act on the commit-
ments to create the realities.
Now success is assured.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Stay cool when others
around you are losing it.
Pace yourself and move for-
ward toward your daily,
weekly, monthly, quarterly or
yearly goals) Without a posi-
tive goal, it's easy to get stuck
or sidetracked on unimpor-
tant things that offer no
reward for the time, effort or
energy expended. Your suc-
cess depends on it.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
This is your time of the year.
The spring is when you come
alive. You are. ir your ele,
ment and very protected. It's
time to create new visions
and ideas and set them into
motion. Release old, outdat-
ed things from your life.
Make firm plans for the next
12 months. You have started
your new year with a bang.
Now, keep it going.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
See, it's working. Being open
.with yqur feelings and speak-
ing from your heart has
earned the respect and
cooperation from those clos-
est to you. Now that you are
feeling more support and
security, it is time to make
new plans. Youdon't have to
do all the work anymore. It is
time to ask for help and give
others a chance to help cre-
ate the fun.

Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
All the hard work is paying
off. Your aggressive work
ethic is an inspiration to
everyone around you. You
are a tireless worker for the
visions and causes that live
in your spirit. You care about
family, friends and associ-
ates. You can always be
counted on to come through
when the chips are down.
Great job, Leo.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Life is going so good that
occasional challenges are
met with ease. Your track


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said with a chuckle.
Mr. David admitted that
his prominent use of yellow
tones in his art is thematic.
"I'm a happy-going guy,


and this work conveys a
happy message," he said.
His winning Hibiscus Fes-
tival design has been made
into posters measuring 18
inches by 24 inches, which
sell for $15, and postcards,
measuring 5 inches by 7
inches, for $3.


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organizations, including
Main Street Vero Beach, Vero
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The main festivities are
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Streets in that vicinity will
be closed to traffic during
certain hours and festival
goers are reminded there is
no parking available on
those streets.
For more information
about the Hibiscus Festival,
contact Milt Thomas at (772)
567-2897 or Beverly Paris at
(772) 234-4412 or visit online
at www.mainstreetver-
obeach.org.


Male
From page B1
special activity for his son and
to have fun, because there's
plenty oftime to be the cap-
tains of their own little ships,"
Mr. Wolf said.
Lest one think the play is
strictly about baseball, it clev-
erly reveals at least one
human trait common to both
genders: the tendency to
staunchly believe in the cor-
rectness of a position on
issues and the struggle once
realizing that perhaps we are
wrong.
"They're both archetypes
that people can hookinto and
relate to. Ultimately, finding
the middle ground between
the two is the answer," Mr.
Wolf said.
Despite different approach-
es to the game and life, both
fathers want what is best for
their sons and the team.
"We're trying to take care of
our kids. and we're trying to
hand them something that is
-true; this is what life is.
"During the play, we go
through changes and I've
learned a lot from playing
Don,"Mr.Raceysaid.
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can society has "broken the
molds in the past 30 years of
what we're supposed to be
and what men and women
are expected to accomplish."
Although the sons and
other Little Leaguers are
never on stage, Mr.Wolf notes
they are central to the play.
"There are kids involved,
none of which the audiences
ever see. But they're right up
front in the play," Mr. Wolf
said.
Although neither actor is a
father, both have nieces and
nephews and friends with
children, who have made
them aware of what setting an
example means and how the
play deals with that issue.
"Kids learn from watching
you (adults) be who you are.
Fault and blame are a big part
of Don's modus operandi, but
he's trying to teach the lessons
of life through baseball," Mr.
Racey said.
Both coaches' undergo an
epiphany when life's circum-
stances shake their core
beliefs.
"The obstacles that drop in
front of them cause them to
change," Mr.Wolf said.
"It's a really funny play, but
there is also awesome com-
mentary on being a man, a
parent and being alive. Just so
many layers," Mr. Racey
added.
Both men had high praise
for the playwright's finesse in
switching between comedy
and drama."
"We try to get out of the
way of the playwright's
words," Mr. Wolf said with a
laugh.

"Rounding Third" opens
April 16 and plays through
May 3 at Riverside Theatre
located at 3250 Riverside Park
Driven Vero Beach.
Tickets are $20-$50 and per-
formances are Wednesday
through Saturday at 8 p.m.
with matinees at 2 p.m. on
Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday. For .more informa-
tion, call the box office at (772)
231-6990.


A FEAST FIT FOR A KING

by Julie Cleveland for Hometown News
A perfect description of'what you will find at Chef Lin's Asian Buffet
The 4 buffet tables, 3 of them two sided,,the sushi bar, the Mongolian Grill and Barbecue Grill'boast
over 200 items daily.'

The salad table carried everything from fruit salad to cream puffs. There were bananas bathed in fruit
sauce, slices of apple pie and a cream pie. Chocolate pudding, ice cream and other confections were
just waiting for you to get to the dessert part of the meal.

The main tables carried oysters, crab legs, crispy crabs, frog legs, dumplings, fried dumplings, mus-
sels, crispy shrimp, popcorn shrimp, coconut shrimp, fried fish, and white and fried rice. Tables were.
piled high with salmon steaks, sesame chicken, bourbon chicken, beef Wellington, glazed mushrooms,
stuffed mushroom, vegetable lo mien, Chinese doriuts and too many other things to mention.

The Alaskan crab legs werethe most popular piece.on the buffet and were the most apt to be out at
any given time. The staff works very hard to keep the tables all full and it is only a short wait before
you have plenty more legs to dive into. I sampled a leg and it appeared to have been steamed without
any seasoning which allowed the natural flavor of the sweet meat to. stand on it's own. They provide
drawn butter for you to dip the meaty legs into if you so desire.

The grills are a nice touch and they allow you to order other items when you come in. When we were there, the sign at the entrance encouraged you to
order your rib eye steak in advance and they would make it a part of your buffet meal.

I did not order anything from the grill but there was a line of folks who did. The food is cooked in front of you and to your order. One of the interesting spe-
cials that they were preparing was Peking duck with pancakes.

It.was a constant stream of people in the buffet area, the plates were always being filled and the serving trays were always ,in a state of refilling.

Sushi loVers can delight in the offerings of California rolls, Philadelphia rolls, tuna, and many other delicacies.

Chef Lin takes great pride in his food and he continually monitors the buffets. If he sees that a food is not very popular, then he tries something different. If
he sees that a food is popular, then he makes sure the he carries that item at all times.

Chef Lin purchased the building at 1850 US Hwy 1 and has been open for approximately a year and a half. He has had a lot of success in the past with
his restaurants and still has an Asian Buffet in Chattanooga, TN that has received rave revues from diners in the area.

Chef Lin's has a party room that can accommodate up to 80 of your closest friends and they offer a discount on parties over 6 and has specials for those
who wish to celebrate their birthdays with them.

This wonderfully family friendly buffet is an excellent place to enjoy a lot of food at a reasonable price. There are three dining rooms so they never run out
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calendar

FRIDAY, APRIL 17
*Come out and enjoy an
evening on the Indian
River Lagoon from 5:30-8
p.m. at Riverview Park in
Sebastian. Food and
music. Bring a lawn chair
and blanket. For more
information, call (772)
589-5969.

FRIDAY, APRIL 17-
SATURDAY APRIL 18
*The Hibiscus Festival
will be held in historic
downtown Vero Beach,
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Exhibits, entertainment,
food and fun.
*U.S. Navy Armed
Guard and Merchant
Marine meeting for
veterans who served in
World War II. Marsh
Landing Restaurant at 44
North Broadway,
Fellsmere. Call (772) 571-
0230 for time.

SATURDAY,
APRIL 18
Community Health &
Water.Safety Day: 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Free event
hosted by the County
Recreation Department at
the North County Aquat-
ics Center, located at 9450
95th St., Sebastian. Health
screenings, water safety
presentations, a moon-
walk for kids, face paint-
ing, a DJ and raffle draw-
ings. Pool-entrance and all
activities are free; bring a
suit, sunscreen and a
towel.
*Riverside Racquet
Complex's first adult-
junior tennis tournament
begins at noon. For Junior
ages 8-1'4, and adults 18
and over. To enter, pie-
registered at Riverside no
later than April 13. The
cost is$10 per person. For
more information, call
(772) 231-4787.
See CALENDAR, B5 ,,,._.


Retirement community raises

money for the United Way


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Indian River Estates, a
retirement-life community,
recently hosted an Italian
feast, raising nearly $2,000
to support the local United
Way of Indian River Coun-
ty.
Jennifer Jones, director df
workplace and corporate
giving, served as greeter
and George Bryan, execu-
tive director, along with his


staff, served up the pasta
and offered raffle prizes to
more than 100 United Way'
supporters.
Currently there are 42
programs sponsored by the
United Way of Indian River
County.
Santa's for Seniors, one of
Ms. Jones' favorite projects,
provided more than 250
homebound seniors hand-
delivered holiday gifts.
"So many of our resi-
dents volunteer within the


greater Vero Beach area,
that we figured this would
bea nice way to give back
to Indian River .County,",
Mr. Bryan said.
"Since we are a faith-
based, nonprofit, full-
accredited, continuing-
care retirement communi-
ty, part of our mission is to
serve seniors whether they
live in the community or
not."
For more information,
call (772) 770-0058.


Obituaries


Michael Joseph
Chandler
Michael Joseph Chandler,
67, of Micco, died March 27,
2009.
He was born in Mount'
Holly, N.J., and lived in
Micco for 20 years.
He is survived by his wife
of 50 years, Elizabeth; a son,
Michael; two daughters, Eli-
cia and Candida; seven
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Francis and
Margaret and two brothers,
Sonny and Harry.
Donations may be direct-
ed to a cancer society of the
donor's choice.
Arrangements by All
County Funeral Home & Cre-
matory Treasure Coast
Chapel.

Thomas lames
Colletti, Sr.
Thomas James Colletti, Sr,
S75, of Sebastian, died April 2,
2009.
He was born in James-


burg, N.J., and lived in
Sebastian since 1972.
He was the owner/opera-
tor of Collettii Brothers in
Jamesburg and Toms River,
N.J.
He was a member of St.
Sebastian Catholic Church,
and the Italian-American
Club in Sebastian.
He is survived by Sur-
vivors include his wife of 56
years, Helen; three sons,Vin-
cent, Stanley and Thomas; a
daughter, Christine; 16
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by a brother, Vincent.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home.

Betty Ann Keithl
Betty Ann Keith, 69, of
Sebastian, died April 5,2009.
She was born in Miami,
.and lived in Sebastian for
eight years.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 54 years, Richard; a
daughter, Yvonne; a son,
Kenneth; a brother, Oliver;
five sisters, Melba, Linda,
Lydia, Elaina and Alice and
two granddaughters.


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garet Edson. Tickets are $10
for adults; $5 for seniors and
students and may be pur-
chased at the center box
office a half-hour prior to the
performance. Proceeds from
the production will be donat-
ed to the school's effort to
raise funds for the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life
of the Beaches. For more
information, call Jennifer
Patty at (772) 492-2371.
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
SA free theater seminar
with George Carabin will be
held at 3 p.m. by the newly-
formed Fellowship Readers,
Theatre group at the Unitari-
an Universalist Fellowship of
Vero Beach. The presentation
will be held in Fellowship
Hall, 1590 27th Ave. and light
refreshments will be served.
Attendees are asked to park
on the south side of the
building and enter through
Door G. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 778-5880.
APRIL 25 THROUGH MAY 24
The Indian River County
student exhibition 2009
opens at the Vero Beach
Museum.-of Art on Saturday,
April 25 and continues
through May 24 in the muse-
um's Studio Gallery. Exhibi-
tion admission is free for this
24th annual event which fea-
tures.artworks created by the
county's public and private
school students under the
guidance of the area art edu-
cators. The exhibition will be
judged by artist and museum
art school educator Linda
Badgely. An awards ceremo-
ny, open to friends, family
and museum members will
be presented at 6:15 p.m. on
Friday, April 24 followed by
an artist's reception. The Vero
Beach Museum ol Art is locat-
ed at 3001 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach. For more
Information, call (772) 231-
0707.


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Mastering the bars


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Six-year-old Ava Rondeau of Sebastian makes her way across the mon-
key bars at Riverview Park last Saturday. She was among the nearly
1,000 parents and children who took part in the Sebastian Easter egg
hunt earlierin the day.


Macular degeneration
seminar offered
A complimentary seminar on the
latest treatments for macular
degeneration will be held Tuesday,
April 21, at 5:30 p.m. at the Florida
Eye Institute Retina Center, 2750
Indian River Blvd.,Vero Beach.
The featured speaker will be reti-
nal specialist Thomas A. Baudo.
He will explain the difference


Scopes
From page B1
record is well known: You
always take care of oth-
ers around you first. You
just know instinctively
what to do next. You take
care of the moment and
let go of the past. You
have created a wonderful
example of mastery over
life and something we all
can learn froi. Thanks.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
You deserve the best in
life because you give the
best. You are a.high mind
in the zodiac. This is why
you were chosen to be
the sign of balance. It
gives you an edge in
making right decisions.
This gift was given to you
at birth, and is your most
valuable possession. It's a
strong gift that keeps you
moving safely through all
of life's challenges.
Scorpio-Oct.23-Nov.21
You are a winner in life.


between wet and dry macular
degeneration and discuss the
recent technological advances that
have made it possible for a wider
range of patients to be treated.
Ifyou would like to attend, reserve
a seat by calling (772) 569-9500 or
register directly through the Web site
atwww.fleye.com.
Group offers help
with grief


Why? Because you have a
strong sense of your gifts
and talents and use them
consistently. Your positive
sense of self and inner
guidance is always lead-
ing and propelling you in
the right direction.
Release anything that
would diminish your
energy and you will con-
tinue to lead a charmed
life.
Sagittarius-
Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Take time to feed your
emotional needs each
day, so you don't end up
feeling sad inside. The
three most important.
things for you are to have
joy in your soul, love in
your heart and hope and
purpose in your life. Let
this joy pour out into
every area of your life
and bring new and better
magic to all you are guid-
ed to meet.
Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan 19
When you feel extra
stress, it comes from


thinking too much and
procrastinating. Let your
visions, dreams and
inspirations guide you
and us. Direct us toward
the desires in your heart.
This is you at your best.
Keep a lighter touch. Your
joy, humor, love and
hope are greatly desired.
We all need your special
loving gifts.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You are one of the most
respected signs in the
universe. Why? Because
you respect everyone.
SYou are the great peace-
maker. Your health,
abundance and emotion-
al well being all hinge on
your personal happiness.
When you are happy, the
world around you is
happy. Never lose sight of
the positive effect you
have on people.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
One of your main chal-
lenges is to find ways to
maintain good health
and balance in your


New Beginnings, a group estab-
lished to assist people in resolving
their grief over the death of a loved
one, meets every Monday at 7 p.m.
at Redeemer Lutheran Church 900
27th Ave., Vero Beach.
New Beginnings is an informal
but helpful experience in grief reso-
lution. People are invited to attend
any or all meetings. There is no reg-
See NOTES, B6


active life. You must do
things every day to main-
tain this balance. It starts
by taking care of your
own emotional and
physical needs. There is
just no way to scream at
you loud enough to get
your attention and hope
you do this.
Star visions
James Tucker can help
bring joy and renewed
hope in your life. A per-
sonalized astrology
chart, a private reading,
an, exciting home or
office party, an inspira-
tional group talk or a
past life regression are
just a few of the special
services he offers. Call
(772).334-9487 or e-
mail. jtuckxyz@aol.com
for details and prices.
Don't forget to go to per-
sonalspiritguide.com
and sign up for your free
weekly inspirational
Message. Have a starry
week, everyone.


Calendar
From page B3

WEDNESDAY
APRIL 22
*Purse party at RBC
Bank, 958 20th Place, Vero
Beach frorh 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Cost: $10 each with a
purse donation $15
without a purse donation.
SBring fetu.ie'a'nd geilly -
'lised hanff,. marked
for sale, and shop the
man\ handbags of friends
and acquaintances. RSVP
to (772) 453-5727 or e-
mail
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and Neurology
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Check your equipment before getting back into the swing


Many Florida golfers
take the winter off.
Between crowded
tee sheets and higher prices,
many of us choose to let our
games hibernate.
By now, some of you are
dusting off your clubs in
anticipation of that first
round since late last year. If
you plan to play your best
golf this spring and sum-
mer, it's important that your
equipment be up to the
task.
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look at your clubs. Examine
the heads, grips and shafts.
Most importantly, make
sure that they are as ready to
play as you are.
Start with your grips.
Grips are probably the
most overlooked part of a
club. Since the grip is the
only place that you actually
contact the club, your grips
must be in good shape for
you to maintain control and
hit good shots.
If your grips are simply
dirty, wash them off. It's a
good idea to wash your
grips every couple of weeks
in soap and water. Between
the dirt and oil on your
hands and the dirt and dust
that settle into your golf
bag, you'd be surprised how
much crud you need to
remove.
If your grips are hard or
show wear in spots from
where you hold the club,
then it's time for replace-
ments. When you replace.
your grips, take a look at
your hand size in relation-


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ship to the grip size. Proper-
ly-sized grips are an easy
change to make and one
that will make you a more
consistent player.
Larger grips take your
wrists out of your swing and
may help if you're hitting an
ugly hook. Smaller grips will
help promote a release and
get rid of a push or fade.
Think about making sure
that all of your grips, except
for your putter, are the
same. This is one way to
allow your hands to have
the same feel with every
club in the bag.
The shafts are next.
Check for rust. Surface
rust can be removed with
WD-40 or a No. 2 pencil. If
the rust returns, it's time to
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fails. A more serious shaft
problem would be a dent or
ding in a steel shaft. These
make the shaft weak and
inconsistent, and should be
replaced to avoid snapping
it during a swing.
Make sure that none of
your shafts are loose: To test
your shafts, grab onto the
head with one hand and the
grip with the other and
twist. Any movement or
squeaks indicate a loose
head. Shafts can become
loose through normal play,
especially if you store your
clubs in your car. Extreme
heat or cold can cause the
epoxy to break down.
You want all of your shafts
to have a similar flex. If all of
your irons' shafts don't
match, the playability.of
one club to the next could
be compromised.
With graphite shafts,
check to make sure the
shafts aren't wearing where
they touch the top of your
golf bag. Over time, many
graphite shafts will have a


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
'-The Indian River County
Chamber of Commerce
and Indian River State Col-
lege are hosting a business
export seminar on April 24,
from 8:30 a.m,-noon.
The seminar, entitled
"Business Opportunities in
International Trade," will
be held at the Richardson
Center, located at the Indi-
an River State College
Mueller campus in Vero
Beach. IRSC is co-sponsor
of the e ent. .
The cost to tiicnd tlih:
sn sminax,, is,."$25, \\hjch
includes all resource
materials and refresh-
ments.
Reservations will be
taken through April 21,
and can be made by call-
:ing the chamber at (772)
S567-3491, Ext. 110, (888)
S283-1177 or on-line at
w-u \.irsc.edu,'ccti.


worn patch from rubbing
against the bag. A good.
solution is using covers that
protect that area or a bag
designed to protect graphite
shafts.
How do the clubheads
look? Clean out the grooves
with a brush. The buildup of
dirt in the grooves prevents
the club from imparting the
proper spin on the ball. A
ball with little or no spin
acts like a knuckle ball in
the air and doesn't pene-
trate the wind or fly very far.
Lastly, check the loft and
lie. Clubs can get out of
alignment through normal
play. A two-degree change
in loft can mean as much as
S10 yards in distance. A
properly-lofted set will not
have any.distance gaps. Ever
wonder why you hit your
Ssix-iron the same distance
as your seven? Maybe their
lofts are nearly the same.:
A club that sits too flat will
cause the'toe to dig in,
opening the clubface giving
you a slice or fade. A club


that sits too upright will
allow the heel to dig in,
closing the clubface,
producing a hook.
If you're not sure how to
check all of these items
yourself, call your favorite
shop. Most shops charge a
small fee to adjust your
clubs for loft and lie, and
many will check them for
free when replacing your
grips. New grips typically
cost less than $10 installed
and your entire set can be
re-gripped in under an
hour.
This weekend, take some
time to check your clubs
and get them ready for the
season. Who knows, maybe
your swing isn't what needs
to be fixed.
James Stammer has'been
an avid golfer and golf
enthusiast for 30 years. He
hosts the Tuesday Night Golf
Show on.WPSL 1590-AM
radio station. Contact him
atjstammer@yahoo.com.


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Indian River group,
Voluntary Organizations
Active in Disaster, will
conduct its annual table-
top exercise during a
monthly meeting on May 6
at 8:30 a.m. in the United.
Way of Indian River Coun-
ty conference room, 1836
14th Ave., Vero'Beach.
The organization was
formed with the idea of


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istration and no cost.
For more information, call
(772)46511100.


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Bay Street Pharmacy and
Home Health Care and Keep
Indian RiverBeautiful are pro-
viding our local nonprofits
with opportunities to elimi-
nate operational expenses
when possible: By providing
reusable items, from KIRB's
ReUse Exchange Center,
organizations such as the
Humane Society and HALO
can reuse clean prescription
bottles for animals waiting to
be adopted. To ensure that


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sharing ideas and
resources during disaster
planning and recovery.
Membership is free..
The group meets on the
first Wednesday of every
nionth. Each meeting fea-
tures a presentation by a
member organization, rel-
evant discussions and an
opportunity to meet and
network with other volun-
teer organizations.
SFor more information,
call (772) 567-8900, Ext. 20
or visit www.ircvoad.org.


donations' are reusable,
remove the label from the pre-
scription bottle and rinse
lightly. To drop qff prescrip-
tion battles, visit Bay Street
Pharmacy & Home Health
Care, Idcated at 7746 Bay St.,
Sebastian.


Qi gong at Riverview Park
in Sebastian, next to the long
dock, Fridays 6:15 p.m. and
Sunday 7 a.m.
Walking qi gong at Wabas-
so Beach, where State Roast
510 meets the ocean. Tuesday
and Thursday at 7 p.m.
Qi gong for mind, body
and spirit at Kashi Studio on
Roseland Road. Saturday at 8
am., andTuesday at 10 a.m.
All classes cost$7. For more
information, call (722) 581-
2629 or -mailnamaste52bell-
south.net.


Humane Society
offers tips on
S disaster planning
W 'The Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County has published a new
brochure on disaster plan-
e ning for pet owners.
The brochure coverstopics
including pet identification,
determining if you and your
pets live in a surge zone, pet
supplies needed if someone
must evacuate with their ani-
mals and how to create a pet
first aid kit.
Get a free brochure by visit-
ing the Humane Society,
located at 6230 77th St., Vero
Beach, by calling the shelter
at (772) 388-3331, Ext. 18

Aquatic center class
The North.County Aquatics
Center is offering Aquanau-
tics, a water fitness class,
designed to strengthen and
firm muscles, improve cardio
and respiratory function and
increase flexibility.
Other benefits include bet-
ter balance and coordination.
Participants benefits from the
water with less strain on the
bones and joints. Exercise
movements are choreo-
graphed to music. The classes
are offered Tuesday and
Thursday froml0-11 a.m.
The fee is $4 per class or a
punch card is available for 8
classes for $28
For more information, call
(772) 581-7665.


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itI Feetual Far Housing VERO BEACH: Furn & 2Bri28a with Nriw appi
Law which rmare, II Ille Unfurn, Annual & Sea. in l'I.:ren Ar. ai a nil,,,.
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cable retigeraior. micro-
wave pool. Pel i:4,1l -Ei
$225/1* 772.589.4546
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PORT ST. LUCIE
320 NW Heather
3,2,2, $157,900.
Se peLot only)
$11500
2432 Lkewood 3,2,1
$'49,900 '
498 Eyerly, 3,2,2 Brick
Home w/ pool
$74,900
Several Lots
as low as $14,100
OPEN HOUSE
567 NW Marion,
Sunday 12-4 pm.
FORT PIERCE
1805 S. 29th, 2,1
$26,500
212 N. 39th, 3,1
S$29,900
2224 N. 53rd, 2,1
$24,500
2400 S. Ocean #811,
1,1.5 $106,000
STUART
4425 Circle Way, 2,2
$44,900
4432 Circle Way, 2,2
$44,900 -
PALM CITY
4557 Cherokee, 5,3,2
w/Guest Home
5 Acres .$329,000







SATELLITE BCH 3/2-1/2
1c gar, Lg living & Dining
rooms. Gourmet S/S kit.
cherry cabinets, Ex-
tremely spacious. New
roof/ ac, all new -flooring.
$159,900. 678-98,4-1115




BAREFOOT BAY- 1173
Barefoot Circle, canal lot
,50 .x 115. Golf course
across' the street.
$55,000 772-770-9475

LIQUIDATION. PRICING
Okeechdbee 10 and 80
acre ranchiettes 'starting
at only $8995/acre!
That's 50%. off mkt value!
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Motivated &,only 6 left!
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561-385-7888
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finish log cabin shell
w/loft &basement,
includes acreage
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VERO BEACH Grove
Isle 55+ g'tedt corom
1400+s4 ft. 2/2 1st fl.
Nkwly' ujpra.e-i Ille
Irirou.hCul La 1(ftU l .'il,
.iew pol ,:lut'rr'oui e.
nature trail to-intracoastal.
*ir,:,.',siel, r.: ,..am
S,050rrmo 'i .'9d.2.62- t'

VERO BEACH Luxury.
1br apt, ,high ceilings,
part until incl, CHA, Cen-
trally located. New paint.
$549/mo 772-6.438826

VERO BEACH V.sta
Royale 55. 49.105
Woodland Or. 1/1 5
ground floor w/screened
porch, w/d in bldg. clean
& bright, all amenities
$500/mo (cable included)
+1 mo sec. no 'pets
600i 38-3429
VERO .BEACH- Clean
S3i,,:, efficiency w/tiled
litj'r in park like setting.
'ii utilities included at
pr.:.rrm olori31 rdal of
t49Slmo 772-47-- 76.5 /
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specials Ibr's from
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$15,900., $159/mo. Near
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Back Guarantee. Roads/
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2-br/2-ba 55+ furnished
appl's, newly renovated.
FL rm carport, Condo fee
$76/mo incl cable, lawn.
$75,900 321-951-8691
MELBOURNE MOBILE
Homes. 2BR from $2500
to .$18,000 "Broadview
55+, Post Road. Tan-
tara, .All family. Near
schools and shopping.
Office 321-259-3522
Park mgr.407-283-5277
MELBOURNE, WATER-
FRONTI 2/2 Immaculate
Condition! Must Seel 55+
park w/comm. pool, ac-
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407-375-6992; 291-1458
MELBOURNE: Only
$2995 3/2 12"x60" All
New: CHA, vinyl siding,
skirting & concrete drive-
way. Adult park.
866-797-6106
MICCO: Adult park. Extra
clean, well maintained, 2-.
br/.5-ba, furn. New vinyl
roof, 2 sheds, FL room.
.Storm windows thru-out.
Pool, clubhduse, .fishing
dock.' Asking. $10,500.
$800/mo rent. 904-814-
7508/692-2600
ROSELAND- New 31/2
iQ a.:re Pad. for 22' x
40' garage. Owner'
financing available: 7965
:128th Ct. $105,000.
772-473.4402
STUART- 55+ 2-br/2-ba,
central air, Florida room,
large living room &
kitchen:. Screen house,
carport, shed, on corner
lot,$10K. 772-600-5273,
VERO BEACH 3/2 split
floor plan, Florida Room
overlooking waterfront,
spectacular. sunsets, fur-
nished 'Super main-
tained. Music Sc' Home
Warranty asvaiabi' M.,ace
Offer! r'clc.n Rs-aei.
ML6003. .-.-.
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TITUSVILLE 2/2 45+ '05
Dblwide w/lndian River
View, end lot, custom
closets. Heat pump, Oak
kit, all appls, low lot rent.
$75,000 712-299-3252
VERO BEACH- 1300sf of
great living New roof in
04/06 Solid roof over car-
port, screened porch w/
beautiful waterview. 2/2
Furn, wood shutters in LR
& DR. Gated Comm.
Owner will hear dll offers.
Action Resales ML#600c
www.actionresales.com
Call Joyce 772-567-8206
VERO BEACH- Minutes
from the beach! Well
kept, 2/2, parquet fir in FI
rm, Calif closet in master
All Appliances 5 yrs
young. Action Resales
ML# 6001.
www.actionresales.com
Call Joyce 772-567-8206

VERO BEACH: Anxious
seller. Own your own lot
in 55+ comm. New Furn
2/2, fi room., Considering
all offers. Financing avail-
able. 866-605-7255




162 ACRES LAFAY-
ETTE CO. FLA. Planted
Pine, Hardwood Bottoms.
Road Frontage & Great
Hunting. $3700/acre.
Southern Pine Planta-
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near Waresboro on
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beautiful trees..
,$22,500.00 for complete
package.. 912-427-7062
Cell# 912-269-9349
GEORGIA QUIET,
COUNTRY'LIVING;
3acre to, acre' lots. .No
traffic/red lights. Only 20
mins. to large city of
Dublin. Owner financing
$110/mo. For pictures:
'678-644-0547 :
LAND IS.STILL THE
BEST INVESTMENT,
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$49,000, 5% 'down pay-
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352-542-7835 cell
352-356-1099
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$99,500..Bank financing.
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includes lawn, maint.
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mi. Great shape. Asking
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