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Mail carriers .will be
picking up more than just
mailgon blay 9. during the
post office's armual
nationwide Stamp Out
Hunger food drive cam-
paign.
Residents can place
non-perishable food items
(no glass containers) in a
bag by their mailboxes
before the mail is usually
delivered. A letter .carrier
or a volunteer will pick up
the food.
The food will be distrib-
uted among local feeding

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Table Soup Kitchen, the
Ecumenical Food Pantry
and The River Fund.
Stamp Out Hunger is the
largest one-day food drive
in the nation. It is held
annually on the second
Saturday in May in all 50
states, the District of
Columbia, Puerto Rico and
theVirgin Islands.
lit 2008- -3.1 million
pounds of food were cpl-
lected across the nation,
post office officials said.

New thrift store
opening in center
The Dasie Bridgewater
1-iope Center is preparing
to open a new thrift shop
in fune and is looking (R
products to fill the shelves.
t he thrdr shop <*.ill b
located at 8860 U.S. 1 In
Yero Beach.
The center is requesting
donations of gently-used
iterns, including clothing,
house wares, sports equip-
meht and furniture.
A beachside collection
drop-off tent will be se up
on May 2, from 9 a.m. until
2 Ji.m. at the Merrill Lynch
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Busy morns


with Minor League Base-
ball was in the works in a
press conference on April
.22.
While the fields of
Dodgertown may stay
quiet a while longer,
county and MiLB officials
are eager to finish the
contract and get the ball
rolling on bringing base-
ball back to the stadium.
"Ladies and gentlemen,


history is being made here
to Dodgertown today, the
missing piece of Indian
River County will be
filled," said Commissioner
Wesley Davis.
"We're very excited in
the city of Sebastian for
this news, because Vero
Beach is our neighbor and
this can help our tourism
industry and help us show
off our lovely jewel, the


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY Baseball fans may
once again dream about
cheering at baseball
games in Holman Stadi-
um. And those dreams are
one step closer to being
realized, after county
administrator Joe Baird
announced that a contract


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Sebas-


ait n River, with the foot
traffic," said Sebastian
City Councilwoman, Dale
Simchick.
Dodgertown has been
quiet since last year, when


the
Los Angeles Dodgers
played their last spring
training game there. For
See PASTIME, A4


Cliff PartIowistai photographer
From left: Hibiscus Children's Center special projects' assistant Ranae Roberts, left, of Sebastian, family advocate
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Jackie Lindgren of Vere Beach Brooke Lindgren, 8 and Christina Lindgren, wave and show their support during the
Blue Ribbon Bridge Walk last Friday. The evetit helped raise awareness of the nearly 6,000 child abuse cases that
happen On the TreaSUie COaSt eVery year.


By Jay Meisel
Meisel@hometownnewsol.com

TREASURE COAST
When Rebecca Morgan of
Vero Beach was 16, she said,
she faced an uncertain
future after.being removed
from her mothers home
andplacedinfostercare.
But thanks to a United for
Families program, she said,
she is attending college-and
an r taondb pmeosaerso 4
dren.
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would probably still be
Do rical
work at United for Families,
while taking classes.
More than 100 other chil-
dren in foster care in St.
Lucie, Martin, Indian River
and Okeechobee counties
share similar experiences,
said Le h Ann Gilcher, the
Road tio Success program
supervisor
But the program faces
possible state budget cuts,
and the number of foster
children who are eligible for
the assistance in attending
college has increased fron
23 last year to 48 this year,


Ms. Gilcher said.
To support the program
and raise awareness, the
Teeing Off Fore Kids Charity
Golf Tournament will be
held at 1 p.ni. on May 8 at
Harbour Ridge Yacht and
Country CliIb in Palm City.
Registration is $125 per per-
son or $450 for a golf four-
.some.
Those interested in par-
a ng e name
program can go to
www.unitedforfamilies.org.
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th mCoc snum nTed
cation and helps them set
up their first apartments,
Ms. Gilcher said.
Most of those teenagers
do not have family to which
they can turn to for help, she
said.
Such was the case for Ms.
Morgan, who is now 21.
She said she had lived
with her father in Michigan.
Eventually, Ms. Morgan
said, her mother brought
her to Florida.
One day when she didn't
go to school, social services
See PROGRAM, A2


Cliff Partfow/staff photographer
Interview Room 2 at Sebastian Police Department is now a children's interview r00m.
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Child's mtelview mom at.
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police station ready for use


- more than 100 hours of
work by the Sebastian
River Junior: Wotnan's
Club, children will feel
more relaxed and com-
fortable during their inter-
views. .
"It's one of those things
we put together and hope
we never have to use, but
in the real world, you have
to," said Teddy Hulse, a
club member who coordi-
nated the project with the
police department.
Brightly colored murals


have been painted on
three walls in the room in
child-friendly themes
such as race cars, .fairy
tales and ocean life.
The artwork was com~
pleated by members of the
Junior Woman's Club, and
the other items were
donated by the club as
well, said Ms. Hulse.
A small wooden table
and chairs provide a work-
space for an officer to sit
and intact with a child,
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By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Teddy
bears, action figures, cas-
tles and crayons aren't the
USual dicor at a police sta.
tion, but the Sebastian
POlice Department is
proud of its newly remod-
eled children's interview
room.
The small room used to
be as bare and colorless as
the adult interview room
down the hall, but after


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By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Indian River Shores
Public Safety Department
was one of four agencies
in Florida to receive
accreditation earlier- this
year by the Commission
for Flqrida Law Enforce-
ment Accreditation.
The department joins
the Iredian Rivel County
Sheriff's Office, Vero
Beach Police Departinent
and Sebastian Police
Department as accredited
agencies in the county.
While the public safety
department encompasses
fire, EMS and police serv-
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Hometown News


A2 Sebastian River Area


"I felt emotionally abused, outcast arid mis-
treated because I felt like I had no control over
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my 8.

Rebecca Morgan
Road to Success participant


The very next Saturday,
May 16, the Great Stiides:
Taking Steps to Cure Cystic
Fibrosis walk-a-thon will
take place in Royal Palm
Pointe Park in Vero Beach.
Great Strides is the
largest fundraising event
produced by the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation.
The walk will be 10 kilo-
meters, or 6.2 miles long,
Children's activities, food
and other events will pro-
vide fun for the whole fam-
ily on walk day.
Fof more information,
call Tina Smith at (772)
473-3569.


children, hot meals and a
summer camp.
For more information,
call the Dasie Bridgewater
Hope Center at (772) 589-
3535, or visit the Web site at
www.dasiehope.com.
.
Pla walk to benefit
CyStic fibrosiS
Bounce houses, food,
drinks and much more will
keep you and your family
entertained at the Fun Day
benefit for cystic fibrosis
on May 9, at the South
County Park in Vere Beach.


contacts and the knowl-
'\edge of the well-being of or
location of my brothers. I
felt emotionally abused,
outcast and mistreated
because I felt like I had no
control over my life," Ms.
Morgan added.
Then, she said, she was
.placed in a foster home
where she felt like part of
the family.
Eventually the Road to
Success Program led her to
go to college, something


that she never had envi-
sioned, she said.
The Road to Success pro-
gram also has given her
access to people who gave
, her advice when she need-
ed it most, she said.
She's currently about to
graduate from Indian River
State College with an asso-
ciate degree in social work
and wants to get a bache-
lor's degree from Florida
Atlantic University, she
said.


"VWe're showing


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completely voluntary pro-
edurl% The accreeditaedon
after which time each
agency move prove that
they have maintained
those standards to be re-
accredited, said Ms. Hall.
Assessors from around
the state come and evalu-

sthe or nizationofp

eprar naet on," sais eking
Hall.
"For example, one of the
policies could be how to
draft, approve and execute
a warrant," said Ms. Hall.
"In the files, I would
need to show the assessors
our policy and examples of
how we have used it," she
said.
The one-year-old build-
ing housing the public
safety department came
about as a result of going
through the accreditation
pmeess ne orders toeme
the commission as well,
said Ms. Hall. While the

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accriebditaeion bsu dna da
priority, she said
Through the aceredita-
tion process, a clear delin-
eation between heads of
the different divisions was
established; the law


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We ft (Ol OWing theSe
standards and
feWOrked our policies
and we're doing what
We are Supposed to
be doing"

Charlime Hall
Accreditation manager


Capt. Rob Stabe, while the
fire and EMS division is
handled by Lieutenant
Nick Schaumann.
There have been visible
improvements in the wrork
of the officers, said Ms.
Hall.
"Our response time has
gotten much better, our
a d ph n ch t d
we've got a guy on the
road, he is there quick, the
e e,' dMneHon the
For more .information
about the Indian River
Shores Public Safety
Department, call (772)
231-1771 or visit
www.irshores.com/viewis
88/19163/Public'-Safety-


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ices, only the law enforce,
ment division qualifies for
this accreditation, said
accreditation manager
Charlene Hall.

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t ahnoost le anhigh

ment," said Ms. Hall.
"We're showing the pub
lic and other law enforce-
ment that we're following
these standards and
reworked our policies and
we're doing what ve are
supposed to be doing," she
said.
Being an accredited
organization means that
offices are held to a high-
2 er standard of knowledge
on policies and proce-
dures, said Ms. Hall.

'Yoou can aasbkojustoabout
our policies and they'll be
able to tell you about it

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they #tp pen to know

may not be something we
use very often, they wHI
know exactly where to find
it," said Ms. Hall.
The accreditation
process, which can take


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building on the corner of
Beachland Boulevard and
Highway A1A.
Donations are tax
deductible and receipts
will be given at the drop-
off location. Pick-up
requests are available for
large items by calling the
Dasle Hope Center.
All of the proceeds from
the store will go toward
operating the center,
which provides more than
12 free, daily programs for


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investigated, and that led
to she and her brothers
entering foster care.
"My parents, sublmgs and
I all feared the system, but
this was truly one of the
best things that could have
happened to my brothers
al ddn'It fb aa a d
beginning I was truly
blessed in the end," she
said during a United for
Families luncheon in Port
St. Lucie last week.
. Nonetheless, she said,
leaving her home, although
it was not an ideal situa-
tion, was scary.
"During that period of
time, I was without clothes,


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Long-time Indian
River County lifeguard
Dan Elward looks out
over the newly
opened Wabasso
Beach Park last Friday.
The park, which was
destroyed by
Hurricanes Frances
and Jeanne, was
rebuilt during the last
nine months at a cost
of nearly $900,000.







Cliff PartIow
staff photographer


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ta ny sE
icated to companion. ani-
fm e auttr at I
abandoned, lost or mistreat-
ed," said Chalmers Morse,
Humane Societ executive
director.
Participants are asked to .
arrive by 8:30 a.m. to register
their pet for the ceremony. -
Pet owners who cannot
bring theirpetmaysubstitute
aphotographfortheblessing.
Following the service, stail
and volunteers will be avail-
ab o e tcoh e
t pth I eea eedn
make any contribution possi- .
ble toward the Humane Soci-
ety's spay/neuter fund.
Donations'of supplies such
as sheets, towels and blan-
kets for the animals housed
at the shelter are also appre-
ciated.
For more information, call
(7727388-3331, Ext.12.


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Vero aHh elnSd Riv
County invites members of
the community and their
companion animals to the
annual blessmg of the ani-
malsonMay9, at9a.m.
The service will be held at
the volunteer pavilion locat-
ed at 6230 77th St., Vero
Beach. -
Theblessingisheldincon-
junction with "Be Kind to
Animals Week," a nationally-
rt oh ead w cele rating
pdo the protection of
This year's service will be
conducted by the Rev. Dea-
con Lew Gwynn and the Rev.
SusanBubbers.
During this non-denomi-
national event, each attend-
ing animal will be blessed
andreceiveamedallioncom-
memorating the blessing.
Non-pet owning medibbis of


years. The funds have
helped support four
group homes, a sheltered
workshop, educational
and recreational pro-
grams transportation
and respite care for those
with disabilities in the
co tmunity. ARC is a
h The r uar n sinner
For sesa vart om s for a
ties of 5 or more, call
\(772) 231-5409. The
restaurant is located in
SextorrPlazaiit the end of
Beachland Boulevai-d,
just east of A1A, in Vero
Beach.
For more information'
call (772) 562-6854, Ext
235;


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INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY The 27th annual
OceanGrillnighttoben-
efit the Abilities Resource
Center, will be held May
5
'Profits from. the
evoenittigds tomeA C te
many programs for the
developmentally dis-
abled in Indian River
County.
The public is invited to
help the less fortunate in
the community live a
better life.
The annual dinner has
netted ARC more the
(125,000 over thelpalit 25


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A4 Sebastian River Area


Hometown News


Ms. Hulse.
They also participate with
law enforcement in a project
called WHALE, which helps
police to identify children in
car seats if an adult is unable
to speak after a vehicle acci-
dent.
The interview room, while
not complete, is a helpful
new element to the station,
Officer Marcinik said.
"As it is, it's awesome,"
said Officer Marcinik.
"Now we just gotta keep
the cops out of here," he
joked.
For more information
about the Sebastian River
Junior Woman's Club, call
(772) 388-2773 or visit
www.gfwesebastianjrs.org.


together.
"If you look at the other
interview room, it's very
sterile, non-distracting and
very intimidating for a
child," said Officer Marcinik.
"It's already bad enough
that kids are afraid of cops
now, at least in here they can


be brought down to a more
comfortable level," he said.
Already two children have
been interviewed in the
room, said Officer Marcinik.
In the following months,
the club plans to help pur-
chase recording equipment
to be installed in the room,
said Ms. Hulse.
"We're also going to try
and get the recording certi-
fied so it can be presented in
court," she added.
Children are interviewed
by the police for a variety of
reasons, said Officer
Marcinik. Some may be wit-
nesses to a crime, others
may be victims. *
Helping children is a big
part of the club's goal, said


"The advantage of having
this place is that a kid can
come in here and feel more
comfortable, play with the
toys and find a comfort level
before talking with an offi-
cer," said Ms. Hulse.
"Sometimes a stuffed ani-
mal will work wonders," she


said.
A television and DVDs and
videos are also in the room
to entertain the children.
Officer Steve Marcinik,
police spokesman, said the
department was pleased
with how the children's
interview room came


Cliff Partlew/staff photographer
Indian River Chamber of Commerce tourism and develop-
ment director Lori Burns, and Sebastian City Council-
wornan Dale Simchick, react to news that Minor League
Baseball still be taking over the Dodgertown facilities.


his desire to be "O'Malley-
like" in policies and proce-
dures once the contract is
signed and official, in ref-
erence to Walter O'Malley,
former Dodger president,
known for his care for the
community's relationship
with the baseball teams
and facilities.
"This is the right thing
for us to do to become a
..steward and a custodian of
the Dodgettaivri fapielity
aridive take thift very seri-
ously," said Mr. O'Connor
amid cheers and applause.
Craig Callan, who
recently retired after 30
years with the Dodger
organization, willreturn to
take on the task of running
the facility once again,
In the coming months,
Mr. Callan will stay busy
working with the MiLB
staff and brainstorMing
with them about programs
to bring to Vero Beach.
In addition to youth, Lit-
tle League and other ama-
teur baseball tournaments
and showcases, MiLB is
also considering letting a
new, small football league,
the United Football
League, use the facilities in
the fall.
Mr. Baird said during
negotiations, the MiLB
expressed willingness to
interview and consider
former Dodgertown
employees when they
begin the hiring prpcess.
According to the prelim-
inary improvementacosts
for the tenant agreement,
distributed at an April 21
commissioner's meeting,
MiLB officials requested
lights be added to four
practice fields. The MiLB
also requested that to of
the half-fields usually used
for training, be converted
to youth-dimensioned
playing fields.
The comparison
between the improvement
costs paid by the county
versus what the Billfimbre
Orioles desired showed a
$25.5 million difference,
from $29.5 million to $4
million,
The MiLB has more than
250 clubs in 44 states with
29 in Florida.

For more information
about upcoming Indian
River County Commission
meetings or agendas; visit
www.Iregov.com.
war more information
about Minor League Base-
ball, visit www.minor-
leaguebasebalLcom.


Pastime
From page Al
more than 60 years
Dodgertown had hosted
the boys of summer. Late
last year, a deal to bring
the Baltimore Orioles ball-
club.to Dodgertown broke
down. Since then, the
fields have been quiet.
According to officials,
amateur baseball teams
boulfbe using the facili-
ties as soon as spring 2010.
Commissioner Peter
O'Bryan commended both
Mr. Baird and Vero Beach
city manager Jim Gabbard
on their hard work and
said the MiLB was the
"most absolutely best ten-
ant to bring in to carry on
the tradition at Dodger-
town."
The business model of
the MiLB is heavily based
on integrating and invest-
ing into the community,
said Pat O'Connor, presi-
dent and CEO of MiLB.
"It's a people's business,"
said Mr. O'Connor,
"We want to honor the
tradition of the Harvest
Festival, the high school
bands ahd Dodgertown
Elementary School. It's
what we do and it's how we
do it," he said
According to Mr. O'Con-
nor, the MiLB desires to
retain arid promote the
rich history of Dodger..
town baseball, including
the name, but it may need
to be a variation on the
name because of copyright
laws.
Naming the facility His.
toric Dodgertown was one
of the options mentioned.
Mr. O'Connor described

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From page Al
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st charged with driving while
s, license suspended, habitual
e traffic offend e Daughe
or 18 233 89th Ave Ve o
rt -'
Beach, was charged with
seven counts of burglary of a
conveyance, fraudulent use
of a credit card, three counts
of third-degree grand theft,
burglary of an occupied
- dwelling, second-degree
., petit theft and a misde-
meegr penetharege of first-
Jefferson Dean Springer,
42, 10325 92nd St., Vero
s Beach, was chargedwithbat-
tery on a law enforcement
oilicer and a misdemeanor
charge of resisting an officer
without violence.
Bonnie Marie Bowen, 28,
5 3044 Sixth St.,Nero Beach,
s was charged witly giving false
o information to a pawnbroker.
f Deja Danyelle Petit Frere,
21, 418 N. 13th St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
depositing with. intent to
defraud.
Cari Gage Carson. 28,
a 2413 Second Coun 5.E.. Vero
- Beach, was charged with fail-
- ure to appear in court on
, charges or second-degree
d peril theft, fraudulem use oia
f credit card and tolgery
- receipts.
e Todd Allan Hasan, 44,
o 1573 Dewirl Lane, SebasElan,
o was charged with felony petic
f theft.*:
- Carin Lin Berry. -10. 3990
r 47th Place, \ero Beach, was
charged with being it fugitive
fromjustice.
Edward William Mcel-
henny, 46, 6216 Sixth Place,
a Vero Beach, was charged
with driving while license
il suspended, habitual traffic
offender and a misdemeanor
s, charge of resisting an officer
t, withoutviolence
h Rocky Lavel.Bishop, 29,
2 555 13th Place, Vero Beach,
waschargedwithburglary.
9 Pamela O. Bryant, 32,
e, 4416 35th Ave., Vero Beach,
y was charged with aggravated
battery domestic violence
with a deadly weapon.
James Simmons, 59, 199
Glendale Court, Pineland,
S.C., was charged with con-
2 tracing without a license
s duringastateofemergency.


Editor's note: This is a li
of arrests, not conviction
and all arrestees are pr
sumed innocent unless
until proven guilty in a cou
of law.
Sebastian Police
Department
Averyl Sedora LeonaVan
horn,20,104HinchmanAve
a cl1hcTseed
ended.
*Leviticus"Levi"Taylor,23
4385 23rd Court, Gifford, wa
chargedwithfelonybattery.
*Fellsmere Police
Department
Lori J. Parks, 41, 757
129tif St. Roseland, wa
charged \\ub failure t
appear in coun on charges o
possession of cocaine.
lodian River County
Sherirs Office
a
Jamis.Clifford 1)aker, ak
Michael E. Perha, 29, home
less, was charged with driv
ing while license suspended
habitual traffic offender an
misdemeanor charges o
possession of drug parapher
nalia and giling a false nam
while detained. He was als
charged with failure t
appearing court on charges o
driving while licenses sus
ended, habitual offended
and felony petit theft.
*DanaFrancesMcGill,22
920 S. LakesWayVero Beach
was charged with introduce
tion of contraband into
detention facility and a mis
demeanor charge of reta
theft.
Donald Alan Desroche
48, 108 N. Magnolia Stree
Fellsmere, viras charged wit
sexual battery on a person 1
orolder,
Shawn A. Smith, 26, 276
Cherokee Ave., Fort Pierc
was charged with robber
withadeadlyweapon.
Danny Tkoy Curry, 39
4455 35th Ave., Vero.Beach
was charged with felony bat
terywithprior conviction.
Terry Lee Sanain. 28. 20
iteen Te'rra e, Sebastian, wa


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May 15 (BP) 10-11:30
a.m., Indian River Mall,
6200 20th St., Vero Beach
May 15 (BP) 12-1 p.m.,
Our Father's Table Soup
Kitchen, 4221 28th Ave.,
Vero Beach
May 18 (BP/BS) 8:30-10
a.m., Perkins Medical Sup-
ply, 4005 20th St., Vero
Beach
May 18 (BP) 11 a.m. to
1 p.m., VNA Hidden Trea-
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- Beach
May 19 (BP/BS) 8-10
a.m., Christi's Family Fit-
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May 19 (BP) 10:30 a.m.
to noon, Vero Beach Senior
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Senior Center, 815 Davis
St., Sebastian
May21 (BP/BS) 8:30-10
a.m., Gifford Youth Activity
Center, 4875 43rd Ave.,
Vero Beach
May 21 (BP/BS) 9-11
a.m., VNA Hidden Trea-
, sures, 656 21st St., Vero
Beach

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sures, 656 21st St., Vero
Beach
May 26 (BP/BS) 9-11
a.m., Staples, 1191 U.S. 1,
Vero Beach
May 26 (BP/BS) 9-11
a.m., VNA Hidden Trea-
sures, 656 21st St., Vero
Beach
May 28 (BP) 11 a.m. to
1 p.m., North Indian River
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Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian
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Southwest, Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
assault and possession of a
firearm by convicted felon.
Frank J. Sisco, 21, 6075
U.S. 1, Grant, was charged
with criminal use of personal
identification information,
fraudulent use of a credit
card, third-degree grand
theft and communication
fraud.
Velecia A. Collins, aka
VeliciaCollinsValeaaCollins,
27,125N.LimeSt.,Fellsmere,
was charged with sale and
possession' of cocaine, and
possession of, and sale or
deliveryof ecstasy.
Bonme Jean Broadrick,
55, 10106 Mat Drive, ludi-
anapolis, Ind., was charged
with third-degree grand
theft.
Akeem Alajuwon King,
23, 956 10th Court South-
w.est, Vero Beach, was
chargedwithbeinglihabitu-
al traffic offender.
Robert Amburgy, 4 651
Jenkins.St., Sebastian, was
charged with driving under
theinfluencewithpnors.
FlOrida Highway
P8tf0
Nicholas J: Hiatt, 24, 5560
Andalusia Ave., De Leon
Springs, was charged with
possession of cocaine, two
counts of tampering withevi.
dence and bemg a habitual
traffic offender,
*AbelSerrano,24,109Tw-
tiedove Lane, Statesville,
N.C., was charged with pos-
session of marijuana and
trafficiangincannabis.


Donald T. Hinga, 38, 166
46 Ave., Vero Beach, was
-charged with tampering with
evidence and a misde-
meanorchargeofpossession
of drug paraphernalia.
Larry T. Hughes, 23, 8415
91st Ave., Vero Beach, was.
charged with failure to
appear in court on charges of
burglary.
Matthew Dean Went-
worth,43,8065101stSt.,Vero
Beach, was chargedwithcar-
rying a concealed firearm
and a misdemeanor charge
of driving while license sus-
pended.
Ramona Cooper,. 41,
15810 Northwest 19th Ave.,
Opalocka, was charged with
failUTO 10 appetir in court on
charges of uttering a forged
bill, check pr draft,
, Kim Sneed, 43, 3830 46th
St., Vero Beach, was charged
with corruption by threat
againstapublicservantanda
misdemeanor charge ofdriv-
ing without a valid driver's
license.
Drucklla Griflin, 45, 3116
43rd St., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated bat-
tery and misdemeanor
charges of trespass and dis-
orderlyintoxication.
James Bryant III, 25, 3991
47th St., Vero Beach, was.
charged, with robbery by
snatching. n .
Ryan Elwain Delance, 28,
1955- 16 Lape, Vero Beach,
was charged with possession
ofacontrolledsubstanceand
a misdemeanor charge of no
motorcycleendorsement.
Laurence Edward Lher-
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EpS 10f MOMS 10 take can of themselves


Another personal view

The recent, epic rant, "A personal view on the president,"
is nothing more than a laundry list of the vaguest of vague
generalities and right-wing talking points.
Obama is against water boarding? So is about 75 percent
of the CIA and probably 80 percent of American citizens.
There is no evidence the torture of controlled drowning
provided us with information of any consequence. The vic-
tim of such torture, of any torture, is likely to say anything
his captors want to hear just to stop the torture.


The author rails at President Obama for not drilling "on
our coasts, even though the price of oil keeps rising," and in
the next sentence, berates the president because "he does-
n't say anything about building more nuclear plants; which
are cleaner and less expensive than the oil from the Arabs."
The author can't have it both ways. Any oil we find.off-
shore won't be any cleaner than the oil from Arabia. So. if it
is cleanliness that is the concern, the sooner we are offol,
regardless of origin, the better.
As for the nuclear optiork, the cost of constructingfiren
five new plants is far greater at an annual rate extending
perhaps a decade past coming online thansthe continued
use of oil over the same period.
Also, there is no consensus on the best and safest way to
dispose of stucleai waste.
Having said that, I would encourage the development
and use of nuclear extergy, and I am sure our president, who
has vowed to put science ahead of politics on stich matters
- which is a much needed change of course from the flat-
earth Bush view of the world and Congress will look long
and hard at nuclear energy for our future.
The author said our president's cabinet is,"madeup" of
people who didn't even pay their incometaxes until they
were nominated.
The tax problems of a few members have been public
fodder for some time, but the author implies the cabinet is
rjfe with 1;ax-dodgers, tarting prie and all with the same
brush.
"He wants to nationalize our health system, when
every country that has this system tells us how bad it is."
I'm sorry, but a bit of evidence is needed here. Just say-
ing this bald-faced lie will not make it true. The usual
argunieht, that we will have to wait in line for health
care, already is at play here in our patchwork set up;
Example: a friend of mine in his 70s entered a hospital
in RenopNev., recently, suffering from app end ie i [is. He
was put "on hold" pending observation. No one seemed
to care about his pain And discomfort, until his appen -
dix ruptured.. That emergency finally brought action.
Could that episqde have played any worse in Canada,
France, Germany or England? I don't know, but I doubt
it. National health care is a dream that goes back to the
New Deal, and the main thrust of every program ----
those that failed lilRA afid those that succeeded Social
Security- was security. Security was Franklin D. Roo-
sevelt's watchword, which led to bank and securities
regulations and even the G.I. Bill at the end ofWorld War
U.
We hale never accepted national health as an lastru-
merit of secun ty, for whatel er reasons, bu t la seems clear
that the health and well being $1e. security of our citi-
zens, is not something that belongs in the marketplace,
an rettlutn o police departments, fire departments

Lalso have a nephew in the Army. He is a professional,
serves the country and follows orders regardless of who
is president. That has been his word to us, and he has
served three tours in Iraq, thanks to President Brish., I
assume the author's grandchildren, who are in service, -
have the same, professional attitude.

Tax day

I hope everyone did their duty on April 15 and paid their,
taxes. We have Jots of illegal aliens depending on our tax
mon
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still black, so I press thh
onfoff switch on the front
of the monitor and, sure ..
enough, an image starts to
appear and, voila. The
computer is now tulli on. 's
Now not all computers
hate that switch in the back
that caused all that trouble
for me, and if you leave the
monitor on alfthe time, it
will put itself to "sleep
when the computernself is
off and wake back up when
the computer is on.
So, let's recap.
First, the onloff switch
on the monitor usually only
turns the monitor dht-the-
computer itself will usually
have its owirpower button.
Second, the industry has
takento marking power
switches with Os and 1s to
represent on and off.
Third, sometimes there's
a master power switch in
the back of the can that
needs to be in the one (on)
positiortin order for the
power switch m the front to
work.
What about turning it off,
you may be asking? Well,
that's another story alto-
gether.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He cap be
reached at (772) 408-0680
orhelp@ComputeThisOti-
line.com (no hyphens).


On mine, I see a button
in the lower right hand
corner of the CD drive.
That's notit, that's for
opening the CD drawer. To
the right of my drive, I see
two more buttons. One is
"recessed" (making it
difficult to hit accidentally)
and that one is marked
"reset." That's a reset -
button for when your ,
computer freezes (which
they all do at one point or
another)-
To the right of that is
another button, and this
,one is marked with the
universal computered/off
.gphol, a circle .Al with a
line sticking out of the top
of it (1). That's it. That's the
computers onioff switch.
9So to turn it on, Ipress it
and nothing happens. What
cquld possibly be wrong? I'
take a quick glance at the
back of my machine and .
find yet another switch, this
o g ne t w 'sed
marked with a 1/0.
And it happens to be in .
the 0 (off) position. I tuin
that switch.so that it's in the
1 (on) position and go back
to the front of the coinputer
and press the on/off switch
again and bingo. Lights
start flashing and drives
start whirring and it looks
likewe'reinbusiness.But
wait again. The monitor is


SEANU M\CCARTHY


"That's great, but how do I
turn it.on?"

u wouldn't behave
how many times I
hear that question. I
know,.to us "veteran"
computer users that may
sound like asillyquestion,
but it's not.
Really, thinkaboutitfor a
minute. Let's say that you
have never used a comptit-
er before. Many times the
documentationwillsay
"turn the powet omikbut
will often not tell you which
switch to throw. Talk about
frustrating!
The problem stems from
the fact that there are so
many buttons on a com
puter that it can be easy for
a new user to get confused
was to which on is the on/off
switc .see, most keyboards

have 110 keys (buttons)
and most of them do more
dran one funchon (ifyou
press them in combination,
such as using the shift key
on the typewriter) further
complicating the issue.
Off the keyboard, there
are even more buttons and
switches to-consider.
Onthe"can"(theCPUor
hard drive as if is often


. am
called) there are also a
number of buttons or
switches in the front, and -
sometimes there la a switch
in the back that has to be
lur ned on before the-
buttons in the front work.
Adding to the confusion,
there is also at least one
switch on the front of the
-monitor ilou know that.
like thing w1we \ou
see, or monitor, everything
that is happening in the ..
computer) but, as many
people have found out,
that's not necessarily it
either. That button will
usually tunt the monitor on
and off, but the computer
itself t ill usualli hate its
m tt 5.115 just a
If you look closely at the
switches on your machine,
you will usually find a
switch that is marked with
either a "0/1" or a circle
with a line sticking out of
the top of it. That's the.
industry short hand for
"on/off."
So, let's take alook at the
switchesonihefrontofa
typical computer,


Get moving: Physical
activity relieves tension
and helps the mood by
releasing endorphins that
give a sense of well-being.
If mom has trouble getung
started, how about
offering to be a walking
liuddy or.give her some
walking tapes? ; .
Talk to friends: A social
network is important in
keeping you grounded
and reminding you that
yott're riot alone.
Doni deal with stress
iriuithealthy ways,
including drinking,
smoking, over-eating or
using drugs.
Set limits: Make a list
of the things you have to
do and the ones lou want
to do. Figure out what is
realistic in a day. Set limits
for yourself and others
and say no if it's best for
you. ..
Set limits on cell
phone use. Unlessyou're
on call for brain surgery,
do you really have to be
available to everyone
24/7? We managed before,
without them. Declare
parts of each day celf-
phone free. You can pick
up messages later.
You can encourage mom


to do 1of these things
and get her started.
Perhaps she's always
talked about painting. Get
her a kit for blother"s Day
or give her the gift of
lessons. Many women
don't feel right takirig time
.for themselves. Let her
know that what she wants
is important to you. That s
a wonder ful gift.
Finally, if you are a mom
and you've been put [mg
pffthat mammogram or
colon screening, give
yourself and your family
the gift of your life.
If your mom puts it off,
encourage her b\ letting
her know how much frou
want her to stay around
for a long time.
Happi Mother's Day to
all mothers everywhere .
and a special shout-otit to
my mom, LillianKoppel.
r more mformatiqu on;
stress. mu the Florida
Department of Health itbb
sitewww.doh.slate.fl.u s.
.
Shelley Koppel is the
former editor of "Today's
HealthCare"magazine and
a member of the Natidnal
Association of Science
Writers. E-mail questions
to skoppel@bellsouth.net.


other's Day is
about a week
away, and if
you'relookingfor some-
thing really special tosdo
for your mom, think about
helping her reduce stress.
The Florida Department
of Healtly has a special
section devoted to
women's health issues.
Stress. not surprisingly. is
a serious health issue.
Women are often juggling
family, jobs, money .
management and worries
and responsibilities for
keeping a household
running. Sometimes
there's help; often there
isn't,
Stress can trigger
changes in the bpdy that
effect overall health,
leading to obesity and
perhaps diabetes and
cardiovascular disease,
high blood pressure,
depression and anxiety,
higher risks of asthma and
arthritis flare-ups and
Other conditions.
Managing stress is
something we all need to .
do. As Mother's Day
approaches, here are
some ways to reduce
stress. '
*Relaxation: Whether


re lto mu ic
importantrt to unwind.
*Make time for yourself-
and don't fee guilty. Try to
set aside 15 minutes each
day to do something nice
for.yourself, such as a
bubble bath or walk. If
you're thinking about
moin, a nice gift would b
a card wrapped up with
an IOU for time each day
or week when everyone
agrees that mom's time is
special, just for her-
Sleep is so important
and a lack of sufficient
sleep is being implicated
in more and more illness-
es. Get at least seven
hours.
Eat right. Fuel your
body With fruits, vegeta-
bles, whole grains arid
proteins. Caffeine and
sugar.are temporary fixes
that won't provide the
nutrients and energy you
need to get through the
day.


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STAR SCOPES


FRIDAY, MAY 1
Acclaimed cellist Mike
Block will perform at the
Vero Beach High School
Performing Arts Center at
7:30 p.m. and will donate all
the proceeds to the Vero
Beach Orchestra Boosters, a
nonprofit organization which
supports public school
orchestra programs. Tickets
are $12 for orchestra seats
and $10 for mezzanine seats.
Tickets may be purchased at
the center's box office from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays
and Thursdays. The center is
located at 1707 16th St., vero
Beach, on the campus of
Vero Beach High School. For
more information, call (772)
564-5646.

MAY I THROUGH MAY 31
-TheArtistsGuild
Gn itetnsa dE inbTtd
featuring a variety of works
will be featured throughout
the month of May. An
Opening reception is set for
Friday, May 1 from 5-7 p.m.
The gallery is located at 44
Royal Palm Pointe in Vero
Beach. For more information,
col(772)299-1234.
SATURDAY, MAY 2
The 18th annual Sebast-
ian River Chamber of
CommerceGolfTournament
will be held beginning at 7:45
a.m. at the Sebastian Munici-
pal Golf Course. A luncheon
o e ocuer amoen/t. ere
are several levels of sponsor_
ship and participation ,
available. The cost per player
is $65 which includes 18 holes
of golf with a cart, range balls,
a goody bag, coffee, donuts,
lunch and an opportunity to
ns z st fcu7d is-
. er of the year. Col(772) 589-
5969 for more information-

SATURDAY, MAY 2 -
SUNDAY, MAY 17
-"Scotland Road,"a play by
Jeffrey Hatcher, concludes the
2008-09 Waxlax Second
Stage Season at Riverside
Theatre. This production. I .
features a modern-day young
woman in 19th century
clothing who is found floating
tohnea I ith I
rescued, she says only one
word: Titanic" Solving the
mystery of this enigma is
unfolded during the play.
Tickets are $30-$34. Perfor-
mances are held Tuesday
through Saturday at 8:15 p.m.,
and Wednesday, Saturday and


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Pay a lot of attention to
details right now. It's better
to be over-prepared than
under. This starts with creat-
ing new causes and then act-
ing on them to bring them to
life. The odds of success are
in your favor when you fol-
low through on the action,
The universe wants you to
succeed. You will be amazed
at the results,

Taurus-April 20-May 20
When a strong first impres-
sion rises from your .soul,
raise it up, write it down,
take action and see positive
results happen. Few things
can hold you back when you

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Have a kind word for cind do
something nice for someone
every day. The joy you give
comes back multiplied, you
know. When you are psyched
up and feeling good, life
flows easier because of your
strong human values. Forgive
others when needed. These
aredivinehumanvirtuesend
part of your heritage when
you use them.
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You deserve the best in life
because you give the best.
Your good heartedness is the
talk of the zodIac. If it isn't
fair for everyone, you don't
want to be involved. This is
your greatest blessing. Oth-
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insights into truth are treas-
ures that continue to amaze
all your friends. Thanks for
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in life. You live by truth. Best
of all is that ou have the
cour to sYaonudref t

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your life. You live close to the
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See SCOPES, B6


Photo by Cathy Guinn
The staff at La Fonda restaurant includes blisboy Josue Sanchez (front), son of owner Carmen Sanchez, who's
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Eately offers authentic Mexican cuisme


to this stand alone building
two years ago to offer aban-
quet room and dancing.
, Our server, Mimi
Rodriguez, greeted us with a
basket of tri-colored chips
and fresh salsa. In the cor-
ner, there is a cozy bar
where owner Gerardo Mar-
tinez makes a world class
mojito. There is also a wide
variety of margarita and
the popular tequila tasting
is a regular event at La
Fonda.
I chose ceviche as my
appetizer, and at $8, the
Jiortionis large enough for a
meal.
Chef Frank Martinez uses
black grouper, fresh key
lime juice, cilantro,
jalapeno and onion for this
bright and tangy first


course. I liked it so much
that I went back. the next
day for another order.
Other appetizers include
jalapeno .cheese dip ($4),
sweet potato fries served
with guacamole and sour
cream ($5) and tamales
filled with pork ($4).
We chose ourentrees
from the house specials and
were offered soup or salad
with the meals. Chef Mar-
tinez made a black bean
soup that night, and it was
sweetandfullofflavor.
My entree wds the
cochinita pibil, a fork-ten-
der pork, marinated in
Seville orange juice and
achiote, a nutty seed with a
kick, used in Mexican dish-
es. The pork is then slowly
cooked in banana leaves.


The meat, smothered in the
rendered marinade and
resting on top af the bnght
green banana leaves, was
served with poblano rice
(rice sprinkled with slices of
grilled pobiano peppers). At
$15, the portion was
enough for two meals, and
is no doubt considered
"comfort food" in its place
of origin, the Yucatan
Peninsula.
With more than 14.fish
and seafood dishes to
choose from, my father
decided to go for the Ver-
acruz-style red snapper for
$17. His moist, red snapper
fillet was surrounded by at
least 10 sauteed tiger
shrimp and.nestled next to

See MEXICAN, B2.


By Cathy Guinn
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH From
Flamenco dancers to salsa
lessons and Mariachi
bands, dinner at La Fonda
offers more than authentic
Mexican cuisine.
Myfatherandlhadreser-
vations oil a Friday and
walked past a glistening,
wooden dance floor .into
the spacious dining room
adorned with .brightly
painted vialls reminiscent
of central Mexico, the native
country of the Martinez
family, owners and opera-
tors of the restaurant.
Formerly located on 14th
Avenue in Vero, the Mar-
tinez family moved La
Fonda, which mearts bistro,


to let your gtiard down and
removed.
"Theater is such a won-
derful diversion from the
everyday world and'it cele-
brates just being alive. We
all need some entertain-
ment in our lives," he said,
He noted that the
through the community's
generous support, area
residents have a "high-end
cultural opportunity in our
backyard.
I believe in the shows I
picked for next year.
It will be a really well-
balanced season and I'm
looking forward to it," he
said.
The 2009-10 season
opens in October with off-,
Broadway's longest run-
ning show "I Love You,


You're Perfect, Now
Change," a.comedy about
love and relationships.
In November, "This
Wonderful Life," adapted
from Frank.Capra's classic
film "It's a Wonderful Life,"
will showcase 34 charac-
ters in a one-man tour de
force that captures the
essence of life and all there
is to celebrate.
"The theatricality of : it
will be special," Mr. Cor-
nell promised.
Iconic jazz vocalist Ella
Fitzgerald will be thb sub-
ject of "Ella" set for a New
Year's Eve opening. The
show chronicles her hum-
ble beginnings as a poor
girl from a broken home
who became one of the
most heralded performers


of all time.
"This show is a known
entity and has been a phe~
nomenon everywhere it's
been shown. She and the
songs were so potent; she's
unforgettable," Mr. Cornel
said.
On Feb. 4, the Broadway
blockbuster "42nd Street,,
is set to replace previously
scheduled "The Rainmak-
er.,,
According to Mr. Cor-
nell, theater patrons were
so captivated by this sea,,
son's "La Cage aux Folles
that they requested anoth-
er big, lavish musical for
next year's line-up, despite
the cost of severalhundred
thousand dollars to cast,


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainmentwriter

VERQ BEACH -
Although the final curtain
hasn't yet fallen on this
season, Riverside Theatre
officials are already look-
ing ahead to the 2009-10
line up of shows.
Next season will provide
another showcase of
diverse performances that,
are intended to be uplift-
ing and edifying, as well as
entertaining in these try-
ing times, said Allen Cor-
nell, Riverside's producing
artistic director.
"We hope people will
make theater a part of their
lifestyles. This is a place
you can come and allow
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tournament will be held at
the Sebastian Municipal
Golf Course on May 2, with a
shotgun start at 7:45 a.m.
Following the tourna-
ment, there will be lunch


and an awards presentation.
The chamber is seeking
gold and silver sponsors,
hole sponsors and players.
Cost per player is $65,
which includes 18 holes of


golf with a cart, range balls,
a goody bag, coffee, donuts,
lunch and an opportunity to
win prizes.
For more information or to
sign up, call (772) 589-5969.


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licks of frosting, which was a
blend of whipped heavy
cream, cocoa and heaven.
Other sweets served are
flan for $4, churros for $5,
and apple pie tacos for $5.
As we finished our
desserts, the dance floor
came to life with free salsa
lessons, offered by 14th Ave
Dance Studio owners, Joe
and Shart Tessier. They pro-
vide free lessons every sec-
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restaurant.
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become part of the on-stage
action.
"This is just a fun, fun
example of what a musical's
all about. It's new and it's
fresh," Mr. Cornell said.
He encouraged area resi-
dents not familiar with
Riverside Theatre to treat
themselves to the experi-
ence of live performance.
'Come and be surprised.
Maybe this is the place you
can expand your horizons in
a non-threatening way. You
can feel energized and get
away from the negativity of
what's going on in the
world,' Mr. Cornell said.
Special ticket packages are
available and first time sub-
scribers are of fered two-for-
one pricing. For more infor-
mation, call (772) 231-6990.


tions. The Friday evening
performances will feature the
jazz band, concerto competi-
tion winners and the advanced
symphonic band. Saturday will
showcase the show choir and
mixed choir during the day and
advanced chorale groups in
the evening. The high school
drama ensemble, led by Dee
Ros rdob ep senatngrosup
on Saturday. Sunday will
feature the high school drum
line, led.by Brandon Putzke, as
well as the school's symphony
orchestra and the Fighting
Indians band will present a
special "Year in Review"
concert. Outdoor drink and
food vendors, a bake sale, face
painting, balloons and other
activities and door prizes will
be featured. Admission is $10
per day or $15 for all three .
days with proceeds supporting
the high school's performing
arts department. Forinforma-
tion or to purchase tickets, col
the box office at (772) 564-
5646 on Tuesday and
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 24

7The Indian River County
student exhibition 2009
openedrattheVero Beach
Museum of Art on April 25 and
continues through May 24 in
the muselim's Studio Gallery.
Exhibition admission is free for
this 24th annual event which
features artworks created by
the county's public and pnvate
school students under the
guidance of the area art
educators. The Vero Beach
Museum of Art is located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach. For more informa-


tion, call(772) 231-0707.
The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents "Body
Language: The Figure in
Sculpture" in the Alice and
Jim Beckwith Sculpture Park.
Twelve examples of bronze
sculptures celebrating the
human figure will be featured
in diverse presentations. The
MOusle e iArt s lf vde
Vero Beach. For more informa-
tion, cal(772) 231-070Z

THROUGH JULY 15
The cultural Council of
Indian River County presents
"A Fabulous Foursome"
featuring the art of Judy
Burgarella, Sue Gwinn,
Barbara Landry and Rita
Ziegler on view through July
15 at the Indian River County
Courthouse located at 2000
16th Ave., downtown Vero
Beach. The exhibit is free and
open to the public. For more
information, cal the Cultural
Council at (772) 770-485Z

THROUGHJULY2009
Riverside Children's
Theatre, 3280 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach. For more
information call (772) 231-
6990 or (772) 234-8052.
"The Adventures of Peter
Rabbit," May 1 at 10 a.m. and
7 p.m., and and May 2-3 at
10 a.m. Tickets are $8. Show
is suitable for children ages 5
d
anA fue festival of the
.spnng
performing arts for children is
set for May 16 from 10 a.m.
to-3 p.m.for children ages 4
and up.


Summerstage '09 auditions
for "Big River" at the Agnes
Wahlstrom Youth Playhouse,
May 29 at 4 p.m. and May 30
at 2 p.m. for ages 12 and up.
Performed at Anne Morton
Theatre at 7:30 p.m., July 24,
25 and 31; also at 1:30 p.m.
July 25, 26 and Aug. 1-
Appropriate for ages 7 and .
upAudit' for "Honk, Jr "
Ions .,
ages 8 and up, May 30 at 2th
p.m., Agnes Wa trom You
Playhouse. Performed at
Waxiax Stage Ju y 10-12, 17-
D liable,' nne Morton
Theatre Ju 25-26 at 11
ne a.m.
and June 27 at 1:30 and 7
p.m. This show is suitable for
children ages 5 and up and
tickets are $8.
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stage and produce such a
theatrical extravaganza.
On opening night of
"Rounding 3rd" the final
show of the season, Mr. Cor-
nell noted that despite the
Foundering economy, River-
side Theatre had enjoyed its
best season in its history and
theater benefactors had
already raised more than
$150,000 to bring "42nd
Street" to the Stark Main
stage for next season.
"The 25th Annual Putnam
County Spelling Bee" will
close out the season from
March 25 through April 11
and enthrall audiences who
are given an opportunity to


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Sunday matinees at 2:15 p.m.
No matinee on Sunday, May 3.
For more information, cal
(772) 231-6990 or visit online
otwww.riversidetheatre.com.

THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY lb
The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents the exhibi-
tion Marc Petrovic: Naviga-
tors in the Schumann Gallery'
wh ou s thichaesthetics
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that evokes ideas of travel,
geography, personal journeys,
expenences, the passage of
time and communication.
Using hot glass and mixed-
media el ents, Petro cat h
o en wo in a series e
develops from a confluence of
experiences and ideas. The.
Vero Beach Museum of Art is
located at 3001 Riverside Park
Driite in Vero Beach. For more

10n ti call 7o2t) 231-
ww.verobeachmuseum.org.

FRIDAY, MAY 15 -
SUNDAY, MAY 17
The Vero Beach High
School "Hidden Treasures"
Performing Arts Festival
begins on May 15, frotn 5-9
p.m., and continues Saturday
from 1-9 p.m., and finishes up
Sunday, 1-5 p.m., at the
school's Performing Arts Center
located at 1707 16th St. in liero
Beach. Three days of award-
winning, family entertainment ,
will feature band, orchestra,
choral and dramatic presenta-


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in this stateroom gets free Ben &
ferry ice cream during their cruise,
Great comeback Royal Caribbean!
There are two specialty restau-
rants Chops Grille, a steakhouse
and Portofino Italian dining on
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also has a nominal fee ($3.95 per
person, including gratuity) but well
worth it in my opinion. The burgers,
fries and shakes are to die for.
Fares for the Freedom of the Seas
range from $699 (plus government
taxes) per person, based on double
occupancy (September sailings).
Quite a value when you see what
you get on board.
Not everything is an extra cost,
, such as the ice show, which was
one of the best shows I have ever
seen. It's incredible what they can


do on ice. You will need tickets, but
they are free, you just go at a
certain time to get your tickets for
the show. It's definitely worth
seeing.
On May 4, the Canaveral Port
Authority is hosting a sail-a-
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Seas sails out of the port, and has a
invited the public to join them at
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party for the ship's first bon voyage.
There is free admission to the
event.
We welcome the Freedom of the
Seas to Port Canaveral. Take
advantage of.sailing out of easily-
accessible Port Canaveral.

Patty Toppa is a travel consultant
with Gadabout Travel. She can be
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to's Pizza (an after-hour hot spot).
The promenade staterooms are
double occupancy (with the
exception of the accessible state-
room) and have windows from
ceiling to window seat, a great value
m my opimon.
Interesting story; there was
somewhat of an "oops" in the design
on the promenade, which turned
out to be quite the spectacle.
Above Ben & Jerry's there is a life-
sized figure of the Ben & Jerry's cow.
However, if you happen to be in a
particular promenade stateroom
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family ocean view staterooms sleep
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As on theVoyager-class ships, the
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