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Title: Hometown news (Sebastian, FL)
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Publication Date: May 22, 2009
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Project gets
COmmunitY
im act award

The Indian River Cham-
ber of Commerce Board of
County Commissioners'
city of Vero Beach and
Entegirise Florida were
recently recognized for
"outstanding achievement
in economic develop-
ment" for Project Osprey,
retaining Piper Aircraft in
Vero Beach, according to a
chamber press release.
Due Consultirig, pub-
lisher of "Trade & Industry
Developmen emaguarnd

chamber officials said.

wTshtehe ridproJ
ect recognized for a com-
munity impactewed and

projects that received the
accolade out of more than
1,000 applications.
The award is highlighted
in the MarchlAprilissue of
"Trade & Industry" ai;td is
available. online at
www.tradeandindustry-
dev.com.

Freedom sK .
in Vere Beach
benefitsseniorS
Runners and walkers are
invited to participate in
the second annual Free-
dom 5K Run and Walk on
May 25 at Riverside Park in
Vero Beach. Proceeds will
benefit!" .rhe senior
Resdurce Association g,
BecAuse the semor
Resource Association's
March for Meals event in
March was rained out,
walkers who planned on
entering that event may
now participate in the
Freedom SK. u
Prizes will be awarded to
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Friday:Scattered
4 thunderstorms; high: 85;
/ Iow: 11; high tide: 7:02
am.; low tide: 1:09 p.m.
Saturday:Scattered
thundersth an ; high 57;
a.m.; lo tide: 1:58 p.m.
Sunday: Scattered thunderstorms; high:
a 72; high tide: 8:44 a.m. low tide:
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Shores Park to the northern point of
John's Island during the Indian
River County Commission meetmg
oriMayl2.
The vote was met with applause
around the meeting chamber.
Penny Chandler, executive direc-
tor of the Indian River Chamber of
Commerce, was pleased with the
decision, as well.
"They went in the right way, in
my opinion," said Ms. Chandler.
"To have an equal opportunity
for all of them to bid on the project
was great. Our position was that it
should be a bid project that is fair


and really compares
the bids, like apples
to apples, like Com-
missioner. Wesley
Davis said," Ms.
Chandler said.
The decision was
not the course of
action recom-
mended by staff,
but commissioners thought it
was fairer.
County staff recommended that
commissioners allow local and
miners to participate in a request
for-proposal for emergency beach


By Jessica Tuggle
ituggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY-
County beaches will be re-nour
ished as soon as possible, county
commissioner's say, and both
upland sand miners and offshore
dredging companies will battle it
out in the bidding process.
Commissioners voted unani-
mously to allow local sand supply
ersto compete in the bidding
process for beaches that encom-
pass almost 7 miles.from Treasure


re-
nourishment, while
offshore sand providers do the
actual bidding on the project after
See REJECT, A2


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com :
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
I Owning their own busi-
ness, setting their own
work hours and being their
own boss is part of the
American dream for some;
but no one says that it is
easy.
The Indian River Cham-
ber of Commerce works
together with the Service
Corps of Retired Execu-
tives to help small busi-
ness owners,< and aspiring
entrepreneurs, get good
footing
SCORE offers four work-
shops on a regular- basis
with the Indian River and
Sebastian River Area
chambers, including how
to start a small business,
understanding Florida
sales tax, managing your
businesses cash and an
excellent business plan.
On June 9, the Latin
Business Council of the
Indian River County
Chamber will work with
SCORE representatives to
present "Pasos Para Empe-
sar Un Negocio," a steps to
start a small business
workshop for Spanish-
speaking entrepreneurs at
the Indian River Chamber.
Spanish translators will
be on hahd during the
workshop to ensure con-
cepts arid ideas are con-
veyed accurately.


According to the U.S.
Census Bureau, Hispahics
are the largest ethnic
group who speak a second
language in the county.
The workshop will cover
startup filixdamentals,
such as business planning
and marketing, and then
deal with the nuts and
bolts of everyday business,
such as- licensing, taxes
and incorporation, said an
experienced SCORE coun-
selor,
Tom Spear, a SCORE
counselor from Vero
Beach, said those with
aspirations, of starting
their own small business
often. start off on the
wrong foot, because they
don't think through their
starting steps.
"I call the (presentation)
'plan do,' because so many
people do, but don't plan
and then they fail," said
Mr. Spear.
Mr. Spear said some sta-
tistics he has seen show
that anywhere from 50 to
80 percent of small busi-
ness within five years fail,
which he. attributes, in
part, to poor 'planning
from the get-go.
"The statistics aren't
good for new small busi-
nesses. I've never seen
them less than 60 per-
cent," Mr. Spear said.
Failing at a small busi-
See WORKSHOP, A2


Cliff Partiow/staff photographer
The firSt BounceTacular to benefit the Samaritan Center was held in Riverside Park
May 2. Fifteen different bounce houses,.some equipped with water slides, helped
beat the heat. Fifte-year-old Trevor Osbahr, of Sebastian, rides one of the giant
water slides.


nomenal show and music,"
Mr. Osbahr said.
After meeting with Mr.
Springsteen, keyboardist
Danny Federici, and others
in the E Street Band, Mr.
Osbahr was impressed
with their attitudes.
"I got some autographs
out back and we talked for
a while and I was amazed
with how nice, humble and
down-to-earth a. guy
Danny was," Mr. Osbahr
said.
When Mr. Federici died
in April 2008 of melanoma,
a form of skin cancer, the
dangers of sun exposure
took on a different iflean-
ing for Mr. Osbahr and his
f S ce Danny died, I've
really changed how I've
handled going out in the
See FAN, A7


By Jessica Tuggle
ituggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN May is
national skin cancer
awareness month and one
sebastian mail is taking a
creative Approach to raise
awareness of the disease by
writing a tribute song to a
favorite artist who died last
year.
.Dreiv Osbahr, a live-year
Sebastian resident, is a
longtime Bruce Spring-
steen fan and has been to
about 20 concerts in the
past 30 years.
He recounts his first
exposure to Mr. Spring-
Steen's music as an acci-
cn r odn a at e
test.
"I took a friend with me
to the concert and was
blown away by the phe-


Cliff PartIow/staff photographer
Robin Graves, background center, with the Natural Resources Board, watches as Emily
Batory, left, her mom, Camille and sister, Amy, vote for their favorite and most creative
bird houses on Earth Day in Riverview Park. Sebastian, Pelican Island and Fellsmere
elementary schools entered two-dozen painted finalists of the 101 houses built and
donated by Sebastian carpenter Eric Reul.


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Commissioners mject pmposal

They vote to open sand bid to upland, offshore vendors


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Indian River County will be accepting bids to replace sand along al-mile stretch of beach
from Wabasso south to John's island.


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the work permits are obtained.
Staff would then compare the numbers and see which
company overall would be the best deal, said Jonathan
Gorham, coastal resource manager.
None of the commissioners thought that keeping upland
and offshore providers separate in the process was a good
idea.
It's not fair to the upland miners," said Commissioner
Peter O'Bryan.
For the upland miners to show their hand and prices
before the offshore providers made their bids, was not going
to be an option, Mr. O'Bryan said.
Consultant Michael Walter warned that the 3CEion may
result in'a longer wait time unal 1)ew sand reap sphe
beach, estimating a departure from the November start
datetosometimeinJanuary2010.
For more information about upconung county coments-
sion meetings, caU (772) 226-1490, or risit ivww.iregot.com..


Friday, May 22, 2009


Hometown News


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the top ten in the nation
were; Amber Foote of Port St.
Lucie for financial services;
Franklin Hudson and Carlos
Martinez of Port St. Lucie for
entrepreneurship; Ashley
King of Fort Pierce, Donna
Lane of Hobe Sound, Sasha
Ramirez-Acosta of Port St.
Lucie and Holly Zarnowiec of
Palm City for business ethics;
Lisa Soesbe of Port St. Lucie
for retail merchandising; and
Don Wilks of Port St. Lucie for
hospitality marketing/man-
agement. .
Other participating IRSC
students were: Elizabeth
Fries of Palm City, Kat Jastr-
jembskaia of Port St. Lucie,
Krista Marr of Vero Beach
and Lam Nguyen of Vero


Beach.
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of careers. Delta Epsilon Chi
program maintains a strong
focus on business-related
areas such as marketing,
management and entrepre-
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IRSCoffersfour-yearbach-
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well as two-year associate's
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TREASURE COAST Sev-
eral Indian River State Col-
lege students took home top
honors at the 2009 Delta
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Career Development Leader-
ship Conference in Anaheim,
Calif. .
Hundreds of college and
university students from
across the nation competed
against each other in various
business events.
IRSC student, Helena
White of Port St. Lucie,
placed third in her individual
event for Human Resource
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SCORE is made up of
retired businessmen and
women, many umes com-
pany executive, with
years of experience to
share. .with people just
starting out in business.
"It's interesting work,"
said Mr. Spear.
"My part is to inform
peo leha id help them suc-
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Earn complete list of the"
SCORE u workshop offered
at the Indian River and the
Sebastian River Area
chambers, visit,
www.score308.com.
For more. information
about the Indian River
Chamber of Cqmmerce,
visit www.indianriver-
chamber.com
For more information
about the Sebastian River
Area Chamber, visit
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ness is not only hard
financially, but emotional-
ly.
"Who wants to realize
that they've failed at any-
thing?" he said.
Planrting ahead can
elimingle or lessen the
stress of a small .business
startu and that is what
SCORE is dedicated to
commune to build a
house, do you stitrt con-
struction without a plan?
"Planning is not some-
thing we don't do as a part
of our normal lives, when
we buy a car, remodel a
bathroom or a kitchen,
albeit at different levels,
but for some reason,.peo-
ple don't see that when
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and Natalie Gomez, 6,
admire the wild flowers in
GartdheeNG mOtt
from the Fellsmere City
Council, along with mem-
bers of the Fellsmere Farm
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Workers Association,
were also at the garden
that day to gather
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Friday, May 22, 2009


from the prescription bot-
tle and rinse lightly. To
drop .off prescription bot-
t1es, visit Bay Street Phar-
macy 88 Home Health Care,
located at 7746 Bay St.,
Sebastian.
Exercise classes
Offered .
Qi gong at Riverview
Park in Sebastian, next to
he long dock, Fridays 6:15
p.m. and Sunday 7 a.m.
Walking qi gong at
Wabasso Beach, where
State.Roast 510 meets the
ocean. Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 7 p.m.


Qi gong for mind, body
and spirit at Kashi Studio
on Roseland Road. Satur-
days at 8 a.m., and Tuesday
at 10 a.m.
All classes cost $7. For
more information, call
(722) 581-2629 or e-niail
namaste52bellsouth.net.

Tips on disaster
@880188
. The Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian
River County has pub-
lished a new brochure on
disaster planning for pet
owners,
The brochure covers top-
ics including pet identifi-
cation, determining if you
and your pets live in a
surge zone, pet supplies
needed if someone must
eiracuate with their ani-
mals and how to create a
pet first aid kit.
The free.brochure can be
obtained by., visiting the
Humane Society at 6230
77th St., Vero Beach, by call-
itig the shelter at (772) 388-
3331,,Ext.18.


lesterol? Are you interested
in losing weight or just
interested in improving
your overall health?
Outpatient nutrition
counseling is a one-on-
one service provided by
licensed, registered dieti-
tian located in the. diag-
nostic center at Sebastian
River Medical Center.
To make an appoint-
ment, call (772) 589-5000.

League meetingS
Scheduled
The La Leche League is a
nonprofit organization
whose mission is to help
mothers breastfeed
through mother-to-moth-
er stipport.
The La Leche League of
the oTreasure duat; meets
indifferent locations from
Palm City to Sebastian.
Mothers with their nursing
babies, and mothers-to-
be, are welcome.
For directions to meet-
mgs, or more information,
call Sophy at (772) 233-
1883.

Group posts
presentations
to Internet
The.Indian River County
offers presentations on the
Internet, created and nar-
rated by agents pn agricul-
ture, envirqnrnefital horti-
culture, pond
maintenance, irrigation, 4-
H. and storm water pollu-
tion. The list of available
presentations will contin-
ue to grow.
Visit the Web P site
http:Hindian.ifas.uff.edu.
for updates.


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Group offers help
with grief
New Beginnings, a group
established to assist peo-
ple 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 Begimiings is an
informal but helpful expe-
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People are invited to
attend any or all meetings.
There is no registraUpn
and no cost.
For more information,
call (772) 465-1100.


Recycle old
pill bottleS
Bay Street Pharmacy and
Home Health Care and
Keep Indian River Beautiful
are providing our local
nonprofits with opportuni-
ties to eliminate opera-
tional expenses when pos-
sible.. By providing
reusAble iterns, from KIRB's
ReUse Exchange Center,
organizations such as the
Humane Society and HALO
can reuse clean prescrip- _
tion bottles for animals
waiting to be adopted. To
ensure that donations are
reusable; remove the label


Try 8 Water ClaSS
8184U8tic CORIGF
The North County
Aquatics Cent6r is offering
Aquanautics, a water fit-
ness class, designed to
strengthen and firm mus-
cles, improve cardio and
respiratory function and
increase flexibility.
Other benefits include
better balance and coordi-
nation. Participants bene-
fit from the water.with less
strain on the bones and
joints. Exercise move-
ments are choreographed
to music. The classes are
offered Tuesday afid
Thursday, from 10-11 a.m.
Fee is $4 per class or a
punch card for eight class-
es for $28
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Jensen Beach, was charged
with giving a false name to a
pawnbroker and dealing in
stolen property. *
Lori J. .Parks, 41, 7575
129th St., Roseland, was
charged with failure to
appear in court.
. Jamie L. Plummer, 24, 72
Royal Oak Court, No. 204,
Verg Beach, was charged
with child abuse, resisting
arrest with violence and
misdemeanor charges of
two counts of battery
domestic violence and
resisting an arrest without
violence. .
Edward William McEl-
henny, 46, 1166 Sixth Ave.,
Veto Beach, was charged
with violation of probation.
He was on probation for
driving while license sus-
pended, habitual offender,
and four counts of attempt-
ing to obtain controlled sub-
stances.
Kellie AnnVan Dalen, 38,
331 Eighth Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
simple neglect of an elderly
or disabled adult.
> Dennis Dean Dodson,
32, homeless, was charged
with felony petit theft.
Jason Henry Rodrigues,
25, 7555 58th Ave., Vero
Beach, was. charged with
posses iion of oxycodone
and a misdemeanor charge


of use or possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Crawford Murray, 36, 138
SNA Admiral Circle, Apt. A.,
Sebastian, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for grand
theft.
Edgar Luna Ramos, 20,
1807 S. 28 St., Fort Pierce,
was charged with trafficking
and possession of cocaine.
Jack Dean Stuart, 56, 236
Carsons Springs Road, New-
port, Tenn., was charged
with possession of con-
trolled substances, Xanax
and oxycodone.
*Arnanda Rae Isaacs, 25,
285 Jacaranda Ave., Palm
Bay, was charged with.pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, Xanax.
*Douglas Alexander
Macrae, 50, 1200 Poitras
Drive, Vero Beach, was
charged with driving under
the influence with priors
and misdemeanor charges
of violation of probation
and refusal to submit to
testing with priors.
Sotirios Hantzos, 22, 126
Whippoorwill Drive, Palm
Coast, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.
Brandon S. Silvers, aka.
Chris Alleri Silvers, 24, 1708
Highridge Road, Lake
Worth, Texas, was charged


Editor's note: This is a list

of da tsa noteconvictions'
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a court
oflaw.
Sebastian
Police Department

Mitchell Wayne Platt, 21,
1340 Tradition Circle Apt.
102, Melbourne, was
chargedwithmanufactur-
ing methamphetamine
and possession of listed
chemicals.
Paul Arnold Wolff, 30,
8085 133rd Place,. Roseland,
was charged with posses-
sioh of a short-barrel shot-
gun, possession of listed
chemicals and manufactur-
ing methamphetamine. .
Westy D. Richards, 18,
9090: 86th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with destruc-
tion of evidence and a mis-
demeanor charge of posses-
sion of marijuana.
Craig Stossel, 54, 558
Barber St., Sebastian, was
charged with trafficking in
oxycodone, morphine and
Adderall.
Leesa L. Elliby, 46, 1509
Quiescent Lane, Sebastian,
was charged with domestic
violence battery on a person
65 or older. .


with violation of probation
for battery on a law enforce-
ment officer and a misde-
meanor charge of providing
a false name while lawfully
detained.
Berle Franklin Hickman,
50, 8915 103rd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of marijuana
and.a misdemeanor charge
of possession of parapher
nalia.
Joshua Paul Whitely; 18,
2190 55th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of controlled sub-
stances, roxycodone and
suboxone without a pre-
scription.
.* Sabrina A. Johnson, 23,
716 North 20th St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with


two counts of felony petit
theft.
Charlie James Jr., 49,
2535 47th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with worthless
check, grand theft and com-
munication fraud.
Francisco Vazquez, 21,
1715 30th Ave., Verci Beach,
was charged with burglary
of a. dwelling and grand
theft.
Florida
.
Highway Patrol
Brian A. Pryor, 28, 9871
Riverview Drive, Micco, was
charged with being a habitual
trailic offender and misde-
nicanor charges of attached
tag not assigned and no vehi-
cle registration.


area. tuning methamphetamine,
ation, possession of listed chemi-
(772) cals and possession of a
short-barreled shotgun.
Also arrested was Mitchell

d Joan ci 1,t t j 0 T
.
n bourne and charged with
meth manufacturing metham-
phetamine and possession
of listed chemicals.
Police -Mr. Wolff's two children,
d and who lived in the.home, are
h mak- now residing with an uncle
island in Breyard County, accord-
ing to Detective Theo
30 was Robinson, a meritber of the
me on Sebastian Police Depart-
Rose- ment and DEA task force
nufac- officer.


Indian River County
For more inform
call Emily Jarrett at
469-2056.

Two men jaile
On charges o
manufacturing 8

The Sebastian
Department arrested
charged two men wit
ing crystal trieth in Ro
oriMay11.
Paul Arnold Wolff,
arrested at his ho
8085 133rd Place in
landonchargesofma


a.m.-noon on July 18. Cost
is. $24. Students should
bring photographs and
scissors, and may bring an
album and -embellish-
ments.. Supplies will be
available to purchase from
the workshop instructor.
*An unarmed security
officer D class will run
June 1-12. Students will
attend class 6-10 p.m.,.
Monday-Fridayfor-two
weeks. Cost is $98.
*Free GED preparation
classes are available at the
Aduk Educalion School in


Vero, Sebastian River High
School arid at the Simon
Mall site on Tuesdays And
Thursday, from 5:30-8:30
p.m.
The course schedule is
available at the office, area
Libraries and on the Web at
www.indiartriverschools.o
rg Gift certificates are
available. Free GED prepa-
ration classes are avail-
able.
AdidtEducation is located
at 1426 19th St. in Vero
Beach. For more informal.
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Sean Vincent Nabors, 21,
3537 Northwest 73rd Way,
Carol Springs, was charged
with driving while license
suspended and misde-
meanor charges of unlawful
license tag and license sus-
pended.
William Anthony Ford,
' 21, 5746 37th St., 32966, was
chargedwithchildabuse.
David Richard Gabbert,
49, 935 17th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft.
David Roger Swartwood,
52, 2130 Spyglass Lane, Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony driving while license
suspended.
Alfred Davis, 68, 5715
59th Drive, Vero Beach, was
charged *with aggravated
batterydomesticviolence.
James Willie Byrd, 25,
1890 Woodland Circle, No.
104, Vero Beach, was
charged with using worth-
less checks. .
Dustin A. Critce, 21, 16
N.. Cypress St.,' Fellsmere,
was charged with giving
false information to a pawn-
broker and dealing in stolen
property. .
Sean Loren Bradley, 21,
.1711 Northeast 16th Drive,


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running categories; which
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Grocery cart consideration

I st would like to say there ate a lot of angry people out

I grocery shop at Wal Mar1. I try and go early to get a close
parkmg space. I can't tell you how many times I came across
a space that someone left a shoppEng car t in it. }ou either
get out oftlie car, or-find another space. Why would a.per-
son do that? Are they dial angry or just plain mean? A little
consideration for the next shopper would be nice.

Re: picture's on IDs
In regards to a rant about lining new cards for food
stamps with picture IDs on them; it's time for the state of
Florida to ge[ with the program.
Lam originally from New York, whete it's a requirement to
have your phota on your Medicaid, card to get any type of
assistarice. I had to prove who I was and the type of assis-
lance needed. [I surely does cu t dolit on fraud-
I.chuckle every time 1 see how Florida does business. It's
amazing this state has lasted this long. Things are so back-
wards down here it's unreal:
Ma be the lattinakers, police; etc. down here should take
a trip uli to the Empire State afid see how things are run. I
see sheriffs, police cars all running around, yet there seems
to be more violence here in Florida than in Newirork.. Why
is that?

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The lawmakers pass another htw allowing the police to
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5EleMFUI SifUatiORS IOf
people with strong attach-
ment to pets.
Researchers even say
that heart attack patients
with pets may have bel[er
survival rates than those
who do.not.
The Huniane Society,
\vb ic h offers ma ny ti ps on
finding the right per for
-our family, says that "pets
aren't jitst good friends,
they fire good medicine."
. Don't be surprised if
your doctor says, "get a cat
and call ine in the morn-
ing!"
.Iloo is becoming more
trusting, and I told my
grief counselor that "he *
would come arokmd in his
owIrtime, at his own
pace."
She skeadme to eat

that I could be speaking of
myself, as well. Boo and I
were brought together for
a reason.
Visit the Humane
Society on the Web at
www.hsus org/pets.


for d o y's
HealthCare"magazine and
a member of the Nationa
Association of Science
Writers. E-mail questions
to skoppel@bellsouth.net.


oo ls helping me heal.
Two weeks ago, I had
to make the wrench-
ing decision to have my cat
euthanized.
He was diagnosed with
lung cancer shortly after
Roy died last fall and had
beeli steadily declining. His
death brought my grief
right backup t and I just felt that I needed
some new life.
Although it's not neces
scarily recommended that
you get a new pet immedi-
ately, myvet had an
abandoned young cat that
heeded a home.Inamed
him Boo, after one of Roy's
'-te expmseions Ma
things were going well, hed
say they were "tickety-boo."
Boo must have had a
had fe ch use he easib;

I have spen a time talking to
him as he hidess letting him
hear the sound of my voice,
waiting patiently for him to
kndw that I will take care of
him.
Whileftook him home to
help nie, helping him has
made me feel better. I am

by the American
Per Products Alanufactur-
ers Association revealed
that fi2 percent ofAtherican
households have pets and
research has suggested for


a dog is a grear converst-
tion starter. .
, Afewyears ago, we took
in a dachshund puppy we
found in the sueetWhile .
we searched for its owner
or a good home, I tookhihi
put for walks several times
a day. Someone always
stopped to talk to me or pet
him.Wefaundhimahome
with other dachshund
puppies, but I remember
holy friendly ei eryone was
to him and to me.
Pets have long served as
companion animals,
traveling to hospitals and
itursing homes to visit with
patients. There are benefits
to the elderly, patients at
home andearegivers as
well.
Linet te Hart, an.associ-
refe or thdUititrer-

School of verer mary
Medicine reports, on
WebMD, that studies have
shown pets have a calming
effect on Alzheimer's
patients and cats, which are
less work than dogs, ease
the burden of isolation.and
stress for care givers.

Bdingingiplets to hoss ital
established practice.
Other studies pointio
lowei rates of depression in
patients with AIDS and,
lower blood pressure in


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many years that owning a
pet has both physical and
psychological benefits.
For kids, pets can help
ach a sense of tesponsi-d
ty, empa loyalty an
caring for something other
ha emse s. d Icpm
kid ntrol th ht
Re nt studi h e n
shown that kids who grow
up in households withfurry
pets, stich as dogs or cats,
or on farms, where they are
exposed to large aninials,,
have a lower risk of allergies
mSd a thmhaave shown kids
with a pet at horne have
stronger immune systems
and are less likely to niiss
school. Early exposure tp
animals exposed them to
more infections, and the
exposure boosted their
immune systems, giving
them as much as nine extra

dal pta o2ee rcise
buddies for kids, the s'ame
thing holds true for grown-
ups. A brisk walk with a dog
is great exercise and many
people have foundivalking


that on a regular basis;
enough for me to actually
give it a try.
You see I have (or had)
this old keyboard that I
used constantly. Between
all the keys was gtmk and
gook that a surface wipe
across the top of the keys
never touched.
.Iwanted the keyboard
clean, but didn't want to
have to get in there and
scrub in between all the
keys, so (after reading
many examples of people
td tth uccexp
the thing and loaded it up
with a load of dishes.
I ran it through a normal
cycle and boy, did that
keyboard ever look clean
do t tdh s

odw e Ilef ta lugged
week and then, the
moment of truth.
When Iwas absolutely
sure the keyboard was dry, I
plugged it back into the
computer and turned it on.
No response except a
"keyboard error" message
on boot up.
Now I have a nice, clean,
totally useless keyboard
(which was what I expected
iri the first place).
Now before you go
deciding that I'm an idiot
for trying it in the first
place, keep in mind that
(being in the computer


business) I have probably
about 10 to 15 old, spare
keyboards lying around
and I triedsthis in the
interest of science.
If it worked, Iwould be
typing now on a squeaky
clean keyboard, but since it
didn't work, no problem, I
just reconnected the spare
that lused while the
"dishwasher ekper iment"
keyboard was drying and
werit on with mi life.
Ar really dirty key-
boards, you may just want

to consider replacing therb
Bas ey ards today
can be had for under $20,
bitt if you really want a
keyboard ygu can throw in
e we I no d

luecTs tao shwasher
safe."
In fact, they advertise
keyboards and mice that
are dishwasher safe, so, if
you are determined to have
' the cleanest keyboard
possible, that may be the -
way to go.
Me? I'll just stick withmy
disinfecting wipes and
leave the dishwasher for
the dishes.
SeanMcCarthyjires
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens].


hey say the average
computer keyboard is
a hotbed of bacteria,
more imsanitary than even
the nastiest of public
restrooms.
Itow, I don't know who:
"they" are, but taking a look
at my keyboard, I can only
guess what kinds of germs
have decided to take up
residence thdre.
Think about it for a ,
minute; we spend all day.
long, every day, sitting in
front of these things with

d to(Fro d nmbs,
coffee drips, etc., accumu-
late betWeen the keys on a
daily basis
I have no problem
believing "them" when they

"Teth the so odm
with an bact

'"they" are.
So what do we do about
it? How does one keep the
keyboard clean without a
lOt of hassle?
BASIC Cleallin ls eas I
USe a mild detergent and a
SOft lint-free cloih for a
basic wipe down and a can
Of compressed air to blow
Out anything stuck between
the keys.
To actually disinfect the
keyboard, I use those
disinfecting wipes that you
can find in most supermar-
kets or drugstores.
I do all of my cleaning


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a on
with the computer turned
off because you can't wipe
the keyboard down (espe-
cially if you are giving it a
thorough cleaning) without
pressing the keys, and you
clon't want to be sending
the computer a bunch of

Yanu g d oF
knows what; you'll end up
te ng your computer to
do
There are a lot of tips
online regarding keeping
u b adt Ir inde

sugd lest dtha y may
caution against and that's
tossilig your keyboard into
the dishwasher.
Yes, there are people out ,
there who have done this
with no problem, but
(unless you have a spare
and don't mind destroying
the keyboard you are trying
to clean) I wouldn't re com-
mend it,
I know, because I tried it
and it didn't work (isn't that
a surprise?).
At a glance, the idea
sounds crazy, but there are
enough stories out there
froin people who do just


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Sponsorship of event called into question
Totheeditor

It is to my great dismay that I write this letter. .
In cleaning up after the wonderful Zumba "Party in the
Park" event thatTve had at Riverside Park this past week-
end, I discovered a couple "flyers" that wereapparently
circulated to:the public, either before or during our event,
by another local Zumba company called ZumbaWorks.
The flyers were coupons for a free pass to the Zumba
*Works studio, and entitled the bearer of the pass to enter
Our fundraiser for tree. The flyer was misleading, in that a
person reading it could only assume that the event for the
Education Foundation was sponsored by ZumbaWorks.
On thbcoupon, it read "The Education Foupdation of
Indian River County Fundraiser" with the ZumbaWorks
logo right underneath.
First, our CityFit- sponsored event was not in any way .
associated with ZumbaWorks, nor was it an idea generated
by or derived from any associations with ZumbaWorks.
While we appreciate the good intention of ZumbaWorks
to help us spread the word, we do not appreciate the ,
misrepresentation that our event was coordinated by,
ftinded by or in any way partners with ZumbaWorks.
This idea originated and was executed by CityFit Outdoor
Fitness Camps, and the generosity of its wonderful Zumba
ins cn oureventwastosuppprtourZumbainstruc-

rors and drive subsequent business to their locations, not
allow other Zumba companies to come and market theLr
own businesses.
11 is our intent to continue building on our first Zumba
Party in the Park and develop this into a great community- ,
wide fundraiser.
IwouldsuggestthatZumbaWorksforegoanyfuture
efforts to mislead or misrepresent themselves as part of this
effort-
It causes confusion in the marketplace, which is fairly
common ground for pursuing additional action.

JillPrice
Indian River Cpunty
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Friday, May 22, 2009


The Humane Society
of Vero Beach and
Indian River County held its
annual blessing
of the animals
last Saturday.
Jim and Anna Lewis of Sebast-
ian, had their dogs Lady and
Benjamin, along with the ashes
of two other pets blessed by the
Rev. Susan Bubbers. The bless-
ing is held
in conjunction with
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make donations in honor of
Danny for melanoma
research by Danny's doctor,"
he said.
Because he doesn't play an
Instrument, or have a
recording studio, Mr. Osbahr
partnered with Bob Stephen
of Vero Beach to compose
and arrange the .music.- Mr.
Stephen has a personal
recording studio ift his home
called The Music Fort Stu-
dios. .
Currently, Mr. Osbahr is
spreading the word about
his musical nussion by word
of mouth through family
and friends both in and out
of state.
Right now, that's all I've
been able to do, but maybe


one thing that could come of
this is that we can form a
band to sing this song in dif-
ferent places," said Mr.
Osbahr.
Mr. Osbahr also said that
he is in contact with Mr. Fed-
erici's doctor, Paul Chapman
at the Sloan-Kettering Call-
cer Center in New York to let
him know about -the song
and the efforts to direct peo-
ple to the Web site for cancer
researchdohations.

For more information, e
mail Drew Osbahr at big-
drew@bellsouth.net or visit
the official Danny Federici
cancer fund Web site,
www.dannyfund.org.


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to be aware
of the dan-
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at we 5-year-old
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capital heard the
this is song for the first time, he
mem said, 'Dad, I think the folks
are really going to like it,' and
posed that put a big smile on my
ute to face," said Mr. Osbahr.
button "My main goal with this
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PALM BAY Famsly takes top priority at Bethesda on
Turkey Creek.
It is a full-service assisted-living community, owned
and operated by Bethesda Senior'Care inc.
Owner Linnie DiGiacomo said she and her family -
including her husband, Robert, daughter, Lauren, and
son, Nick have owned the facility for the past six years.
"Our whole goal is to try to respect our residents' pri-
vacy and the abilities
they have," Mrs.
DiGiacomo said. "We
encourage their inde-
pendence, to get
them to feel that this
is trre for tohn key
Creek, 2800 Fordham
Road N.E., is on a -
shaded, 18-acre site
adjacent to the creek.
"It's been here for ,
ages," Mrs.
DiGiacomo said of the facility. "It was started by the
Hungarian Baptist Federation of Nprth America."
The facility "has a quiet, serene atmosphere" is
licensed for 75 apartments and has 70 residents, she
said. She and her family plan to expand the facility with
22 new apartments in the early summer months.
"The new section will have private or semi-private
rooms," Mrs. DiGiacomo said. It will also have a memo-
ry care unit for residents who are in the later stages of
dementia or Alzhelmer's. .
"Currently, about 20 percent of our residents are in the
early stages of dementia or Alzheimer's, Mrs.
DiGiacomo said. "But you wouldn't khow it uness you


sat down and talked with them for quite awhile."
The costfor residents starts at $1,900 per month.
Mrs. DIGiacomo said residents who qualify for a
Medicaid diversion program can receive state assis-
tance toward the cost of their care.The monthly cost
includes utilities, housekeeping, laundry service and
many other services. "We provide care at an affordable
rate," Mrs. DiGiacomo said.
The residents can count on
24-hour care at the facility,
which also has a hospice pro-
gram.
"They live here until God calls
them home," Mrs. DiGiacomo
sa e said she and her staff
are very close to the residents.
Residents receive three chef-
prepared meals, plus snacks
,-,. and beverages daily.
.. Bethesda on Turkey Creek
also has a hair salon and
offers an array of social and recreational programs.
For example, residents are taken to community sites
and events, such as the holiday lights at Wickham Park
and Melbourne Municipal Band concerts.
Residents also like visiting the facility's dock on
Turkey Creek, where they can fish or feed fish and tur-
tIes, read a book or just sit back and enjoy the sereni-
ty.
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raffle prizes were awarded to
participants.
The<$10 ticket price provid-
ed a great work out and the
opportunity to win the prizes
froin Subway, Island Skin
Care, Carrabba's, Calvetti,
Coastal Floors & Granite,
Waldo's at the Driftwood
Resort, Nail Art, Bootlegger's
Mobile Barteirder, Kath
Japanese Restaurant, Dori,
Cassara Chiropractic Center,
Italian Grill, Beach Bum Art
Gallery, Amalfi Grille and Tea
& Chi.
Event sponsors were: Schu-
mann Printing, DJ Kevo & the
Reality Movement Reggae
Band, Jenn Croont/Island
Images) Cassara Chiropractic
and MauiWowi:
"We had-such a good time
putting on this everit that we
plan on hosting a monthly
'Party in the Park'. We think it
is a fun way to get the com-
munity to, support out stu-
dents and teachers." said Ms.
Price.
To learn more, visit
www.cityfitflorida.com. To
attendaZumba woikoutcon-
ract ("??.l 532-1881. Pbr more
information abour the foun-
v i s: i t
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For Hometown News .
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
-, Outdoor. Fitness Camp
organized a Zumba party on
April 25 at Riverside Park to
raise money for the Education
Foundation.
The group of Liz Bowler,
Lucy Church, Ana Creel,
Tiffany Kleckner and Jill Price,
owner and operator of City Fit,
recruited sponsors, door
prizes and more than 75 par-
ticipants, to raise $1,000.
The funds will be used to
support the Snedker
Exchange, the School Supply
Fund, Great Ideas grants arid
the Indian River regional sci-
ence and engineering fair
program.
Developed by Ms. Price, the
one-of-a-kind fundraiser
combined health and well-
ness with the fast moving
Zumba beat.
ZumbafusesLatinrhythitis
and easy-to follow moves, to
create a dynarrtic fitness pro-
giam. The fitness workout
feaEures salsa, merengue,
climbia and raggaetop
rhythms.
During the course of the
two-hour event, more than 15


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Republicans, whom you think are all racists,
or Rush Limbaugh or harah Palin or Newt
Gingrich, as y our letter shows that you your-
self are probably a white racist.
Calling people names because you do not
agree with them is so childless. These are all
good people who care that their country is
goingtohellinahandbasket.
For your information, I would have, wel-
comed a black or white president, as long as
he had common sense..It is very striange.gipt
when anyone contradicts your opungns
they are called"racists."

1910?0 On Obama

What do you mean Obama "will shoti up
for work?" You voted for. someone who is
hardly in the While House.
He is constantly traveling about the coun-
tr\, being photographedinHawaiipandsout
of Washington, Mtill campaigning irrthany
states, on a date with his wife, eating ham-
burgers al a hamburger joint. on
This news is so heartwarming.isn'r it?
Regarding his expressing himself in an
ar ticulate manner, have you ever heard him
withouthis[eleprompter? It'sone"uh"after
another. I can't even liarch-him talk-arly=
more.
it is asinine ro say that anyone wan Pres-
ident Obama to fail. iffis dbingthAt offMA
own. is


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(oupon. That's 1 inch largest
than a 3-inch by: 54inch
index card. It giwe anyone
who paid for admission>to
the Indian River County
Education fundraiser a freer
class altour experise.
The front of thocoupoli
simply said "Good for one
free pass at the 14th Avenue
Dance Studio, Monday
through Friday 5:30-6:30
p.m., Monday,..Wednesday
so ridgy 4:14-5,:15 ting g8agg-
day,9-10 a.m., expires: it'ine
28, 2009. The Education
Foundation of IRC
Fundraiser, Limit one, per

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::w.z mbaWorks.cp
Sandra (772) 532-9276, Scott
(772) 532-9277."
The back of the
coupon said: "Clur classes
always have TWO to FIVE
instructors at each class, so
. those new to Zumba get
plenty of attention and
come up to speed quickly!
YOU Cant im ne RS
impact and excitement that
multiple instructors nysikd
on a class."
That is the complete and
entire content of the
coupon.
a So, when Jill Price writes
in her letter the coupon
"entitled the bearer of the
pass to enter our fundraiser
for free" and "that a person
reading it could only
assume that the event for


Works" and "we do not
appreciate the misrepresen-
tation that our event was
coordinated by, funded by
or in any way partnered with
ZumbaWorks and "efforts by
Others caused confusion in
the marketplace" one can
only wonder what her agen-
da might be.
Efforts by ZumbaWorks
were responsible for 17 paid
entries or $170 for the
fundraiser.


her letter to


.The only thing she did
with the facts is misrepre-
sent them. Here are the
indisputable facts.
The "flier" in question was
actually a -l-inch by 5-inch


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rom pag A6
pull you over and issue a ticket for not wear.
:
ing a seatbelt. .
Long ago, they made a law for "impeding
6 traffic," which they don't enforce, so then
they had to create another law to stop the
problem for impeding traffic that is now for
road rage or aggressive driving. ,
if they enforced the first law, there would
not much call for the new law, considering
that if you didn't impede traffic there would
be very little road rage.
Then they created the law that kids 16 and
tinder must iveat it bike helmet. I live half a
block from a middle school, where every kid
sholild be 16 or under, and on any giveri day
if 100 kids ride by on a bike, maybe five have
a helmet.
There's a 15 mph speed limit the school
buses don't follow, but I never see them
pulled over.
Maybe the lawmakers should make a law
that only allows file donuts per day, so the
cops can enforce all the other laws.
Maybe these lawmakers are just trying to
\justify your tax dollar being spent on all
theseun-enforcedlaws.

Not all Republicans are racists

I will not go into your rant about the


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From page AS
Sandra and Scort Redfield
of Zumbaworks respond: It's
ironic that 1111 Price used the
word "facts" in the tide of


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Festival

m

memones
Memorial Day
weekeird is a time
to remember the
ultimate sacrifice made by
the.men and women of our
armed services and .
celebrate the freedom they
fought to protect.
A moving tribute to our
fallen soldiers, plus a
three-daymusicalcelebra-
tion, is all part of the Earl's
Hideaway second annual
Riverfront Music Festival in
Sebastian which kicks off
on Saturday, May 23 and
runs through Monday, May
25 at 1405 Indian River

Dr va onally-acclaimed
bands will rock the river-
front at 405 Indian River .
Drive at this free music
festival which also feattires
food, craft vendors, display
booths, raffles and give-
aw s
heSebastianLiotts
Club will be on hand to
assist mth ally

ip red, which includes
the "Paws for Patriots,,
which tr
d admgs for vis am
impaired veterans. e -
citib also supports a --
children'scamp for the

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representatives will
participate in official .
Memorial Day ceremomes
and a Special Forces
contingent will sell raffle
tickets to give wounded
veterans aspecialOrlando
vacation
T'he festivity b ri with
ies egi
a motorcycle ride to Earl's
for a wreathl4ying ceremo-
ny- *
Event organizers ask
those interested in partici-
pating in the bike run meet
at 11:30 a.m. at the Appli-
ance Direct parking lot at
CR 512 and Fleming Street,
where riders will form up
ahd leatre approximately
12:15 m
According to event
organizer Franni Howe-
Soixthern, the ride will be
made by American Legion
Riders of Florida who will
conduct the wreath laying,
as well as by other area
bikers.


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 5-22-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
Live each day like there is no
:-,sA isRaanm
then goes to work and takes
action to turn them into real-
ities. You must always have a
dream and a vision to feel
fulfilled: Your love of life then
makes you want to share the
bounty with thdse you love.
This is why you are the
leader of the zodiac.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
.One of your greatest gifts is
tenacity. You never give up,
even in the face of adversity.
When you find a second
wind and move forward,
nothing can stop you. You
say, "I can and I will." Then
you do. This is triue victory
-::::,7.;;.*,
orie door closes a new and
better one is waiting to be
opened.
Gemini-May 21-June 31
A lighter touch goes a long
way. Refuse to let the earthly,
petty stuff get tinder your
skin. Wake up each day feel-
like t
h liengeyoua u o any
through with flying colors,
Just be sure to make a little
quality time for yourself each
day. You are important too,
you know. Keep on commu-
flicatippyewettuth:

Ancer-June22-July22
You have 4 special blessing
on your life. You are always
there when family and
friends .need you. You. truly
are an angel on the earth.
You hold fast to the old-
fashioned traditions, but you
also keep up with the times.
This adaptability gives you an
edge. If you aren't happy
with certain things, you
know how to tweak them
until they are right.

too-July 23-Aug. 22
You have made a number of
important changes this year,
There are several niore still
to come. You have found
ways to have more fun. Your
creative pages are flowlog.
Your stress level has gone
down. Keep on using your
heart and instincts more
than your thinking when
making decisions. This
insures success in all you do.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
S eakin from the* beart
alpw rks fo 'It
afs wo r you.
See SCOPES, B2


-c.
Photo courtesy of Cathy Guinn
Seated are Caf6 1901 owners Pilar ahd James Noonan. In back, from left to right: Val Dorvilias, Chef Edmond Pren.
di, Andrea Gonskey and Pearl Brachfeld.
a a
CA 1901 selves unique, Havorful dishes


.
only 81e best ingredients,
making everythingg 'on
premises" from scratch.
Out first course was a
cup of fresh chicken rice
soup ($2.50).The soup was
alivewithacitrusyflavor
coming from fresh lemon.
.Other popular soups,
which change daily, are
butternut squash and cel-
ery/bleu cheese;
Mrs. Noonan brought us
the French omelet, $6;95.
Bright green strands of
chives rest_ sp top of1he
egg dikh, whick was titled
with roasted lowpremises)
tomatoes, creamy goat


cheese and more of the
herb, making this dish a
pleasure to the eye and
palate. The eggs were ten-
der, fluffy and perfectly
cooked by Chef Edmond
Prendi
ThsNoonans sell a lot of
their "special" pancakes,
and after 'trying one, we
were sold.
The consistency is more
like a moist cake than the ,
flitffier version usuallY
served, not to mention the
topping a bpwl Of
homemade blueberry pre-

Seel901,B2


We were greeted by own-
ers Pilar and James Noo-
nan, who opened the
downtown cafe in Decem-
ber 2008.
Mr. Noonan, a fornier
contractor in West Palm
Beach, wanted to do
something different, so he
and his wife and three chil-
dren moved to Vero Beach
because they liked the
community.
The Noonan's unique
menu was a collaborative
effort with their fgelid,
neighbor and mentor,
John's Island Chef Alberto
Cortbz. The Noonans use


By Cathy Guinn
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH ---Walking
into Cafe 1901- in, Vero
Beach is like entering a
NewYorkCitybistio.
The warm, spice-colored
walls are adorned with
bold photos of the area
and the room is sparkling
clean. ?
191y friend, Christopher
and I, strolled in at 11 a.m.
one weekday, arguing
about whether to order
breakfast or lunch, so we
decided to go for a bitof
both.


SATURDAY, MAY 23-M6NDAY, MAY 25
Earl's second annual Riverfront
Music Festival and Memorial Day .
celebration will be held at Earl's
Hideaway, located at 405 Ipdian River
Drive, Sebastian. The three-day musical
extravaganza will feature Memorial Day
ceremonies and commemoration on
May 23 followed by more than 12
bands playiiig the best in rock, blues
and country-style music. The event is
free and will feature food, fuit, give-
aways, raffles, craft vendors and more. '
For more information call(772) 589-
. 5700 or visit online at www.earishide-'
away.com.
THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 24

"Opal is a Diamond" is the final
show of the season at the Vero Beach
Theatre Gisild, 2020 San Juan Ave, in
Vero Beach.The comedy is about
"diamond in the rough" surrounded by
the town% tarnished politicians. Written


by playwright John Patrick, "Opal,"
plciyed by Margaret Frazer, and her
friendly neighbor Rosie, portrayed by
Nancy Malinos, take matters into their
own hands when three smooth-talking
politicians. finagle endorsements. When
Opal retaliates by rallying support for
her car)didacy, foul play provides a
"means to an end." Tickets are $18 and
$20. Students 18 and under are half
price and groups of 20 or more are
discounted. For more information, call
(772) 562-8300 pr visit oriline
www.verobeachtheatreguild.com.
The Indian River County student
exhibition 2009 continues through May
24 in the rtiusedm's Studio;Gallery.
Exhibition admission is free for this 24th
annual everit, which features artwork
created by the county's public and
private school students under the
guidance of the area art educators The
Vero Beach Museum of Art is lbcated at
3001 Riverside Park Dritibin Vero.Beach.
For more information, call (772) 231.
070Z ;


The Vero Beach Museum of Art
presents "Body Language: TQe Figure
in Sculpture" through May 24 in the
Alice abd lim Beckwith Sculpture Park.
Twelve examples of bronze sculptures
celebrating the human figure will be
featured in diverse presentations. The
Museum of Art is located at 3001
Riverside Park Drive in Vero Beach. For
more information, col (772) 231-0707

THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY,31
The Artists Guild Gallery's second
annual Invitational Art Exhibit
featuring a variety of works will be .
feature throughout the month of May.
The gallery is located at 44 Royal Palm
Pointe in Vero Beach. For more informa-
tion, col (772) 299-1234.
SUNDAY, JUNE 7
The Social Justice Film Selhis is
presented to the community by the
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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
aT. ex t snfr nd
en to the ublic. For more
ITformationPolithe Cultural
councilot (772) 770-4857


Scorpion Oct. 23-Nov. 21
Give thanks daily and know
that you are continually fed
and protected by the unlim-
ited good in the universe.
You have many wonderful,
loving friends. You see the
good in others they way they
see it in you. You live each
day to the fullest. This is the
true meaning of life and your
most priceless possession,

[Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
recognize others when they
do sim le kind acts. Now,
? le
two peop are appy.
kind word and pat on the
backare powerful forces for
good and greater thao mon-
etary rewards much of the
time. It makes others -treas-
ure you. It creates love,
respect, honor and loyalty.
This is human dignity at its
finest. You have life's true
riches.


Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
Fill your life each day with
things that give you pur-
pose: peace, love, health,
abundance, faith and joy.
Then share with others
from this abundant well.
Make time for your self to
heal, refresh and be
inspired. This is your day.
This is life at its best and
the source of true happi-
ness. Yours is a majestic life
well lived.
1 Tucker b brin
ames can elp g
joy and renewed hope in
your life. Call (772) 33+
9487 or e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com for details
andpaces. Dontforgettogo
to personalspiritguide.com
and sign up for your free
weekly inspirational mes-
sage. Until next time, never
give up on your dream, your
pwpose and your passion.
Keep on keepmg on.


Capricorn-Dec.22-lan. 19
Stay focused on your ideals.
The light of truth runs strong
In your spirit. It is the one
quality that motivates you to
action more than any other.
Your inner strength is what
carries you safely through the
storms of life. You have many
new opportunities to learn,
change and grow. All good
things are on their way. Get
ready and enjoy.

Aquarius-Jan.20-Feb.18
The universe continues to
show you favor. You listen.
Your mind is clear. Your heart
is open and your spirit is
strong. You are an open
channel for the greatest truth
and creativity. Be generous
with those whos have helped
you on the journey. Find
humor in small thin s. This
makes you vibrantly a Ive arid
makes others want .to do
even more.


THROUGH JULY 2009


Riverside Children's
Theatre, 3280 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach.
Summerstage'O9auditions
for "Big River" at the Agnes
WahIstrom Youth Playhouse,
May 29 at 4 p.rn. and May 30
at 2 p.m., for ages 12 and (Ip.
Auditions for "Honk, Ji:,"
ages 8 and up, May 30 at 2
p.m., Agnes WahIstrom Youth
Playhouse. Performed at
Waxlax StagbJuly 16-12, 17-
'D liat ," nne Morton
Theatre June 25-26 at 11 a.m.
See OUT, B3


sells for $7.95.
For pastrami lovers, try
the pastrami Panini, served
with caramelized onions
and Swiss cheese for $7.95.
Turkey junkies can try the
turkey club on a croissant
with avocado, roasted toma-
toes and bacon for $7.95.
Vegans can choose the
grilled veggie sandwich on
ciabatta bread, also $7.95.
Sandwiches and burgers
are served with sides, such
as fresh fruit salad, fries,
potatosaladorcoleslawn e
Cafe 1901 in downtown
Vero Beach is a welcome
addition to the increasingly-
upscale dining district, and
offers unique, wonderfully-
executed dishes which
please both the eye and the
palate.
Cafe 1901 is located at
1901 14th Ave., Vero Beach.
Hours are 7:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m., Monday through Fri-
day, and 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday. Call
(772) 774-8489.


eggs the old-fashioned way;
in a pan of boiling water
with a touch of vinegar, so
the egg doesn't dissipate. No
poaching ring, to
microwave contraption, no
fancy kitchen gadget "as
seen on TV." At $6.95, this
Benedict is top notch.
Another breakfast item
that cannot'be missed is the
corned beef hash. The beef
is shaved from a slow-
cooked brisket and joined
with a medley of peppers,
onions and herbs to make
this the real deal. The good
news is breakfast is served
all day.
Lunch is popular with the
downtown crowd.
"We have a lot of offices
dining in for lunch or pick-
ing tip lunch, especially our
salads," says Mr. Noonan.
With a blue cheese, bacon
and toasted pine nut salad
($7.50), a classic Cobb
($8.50) and Caesar ($6.95),
we opted for the popular
Waldorf salad ($8.50).


Mixed greens came piled
}xigh with red apples, dried
cranberries, grapes, goat
cheese and best of all, can-
died walnuts, which wqre
just sweet enough.
Drizzled with a honey
Dijon vinaigrette, it. was a
treat to enjoy.
The Cafe's most popular
burger, the "Cafe 1901," was
next. We had the sliders:
mini-sized, with three on a
plate. This burger comes
with Gruyere cheese, a
chipotle mayonnaise, and
killer red onion compote
that I'm still dreaming
about. .
Mr. Nootlan caramelizes
red onion adds fresh tar-
ragon, juniper berries and
other herbs for this savory
topping. .
Another savory sandwich,
the chicken Provencal, is on
foccacia bread and covered
with roasted tomatoes,
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SRAL officer.'Japswill be u But festivalgoers won't alMvid Shelley & Bluestone
played A gyqijgst will ,,111ave to!'hootit" to.Earl's, .at84tannand Mike Zitom.
sihg "God Bless America." Mrs. Howe-Southern said bacl(athp.m.
Following the ceremony, Free limousine trans- But wait, there's more.
the inusical festivities and portion to and from all On Monday, the festival
celebration begin. public parking spots to. concludes with the Steve
The entertainment line- Earl's will be provided by Thorpe Blues-Band at 2
up includes some of the JJ's Hot Rayi Limousines on p.in. followed by Big Bill
nation's top acts, including Saturday and SundaY Morganfield at 3 p.m.
JP Soars & The Red Hots "People can come with Music festival promoting
who recently took top their lawn chairs and when veteran, Mrs. Howe-
honors at the 2009 Interna- they park, look for signs for Southern, who also books
tonal Blues Challenge in the Earl's shuttle," Mrs. musical acts at Earl's, looks
Memphis. Howe-Southerusaid. forward to the event.
The event promises to be Saturday's entertainment "We're trying to bring the
a second success, Mrs. line-up begins at 1:10 p.m.
Howe-Southern said. with Raiford Starke; Diddley comm t e for
"Last year's event drew Squat at 3 p.m.; the Sean
about 5,000 people over the Chambers Band at 4:30 music and also let them
weekend, and I hope to p.m.; nationally-acclaimed know that Earl's is a fun
double that this year. Albert Castiglia at 7 p.m. place to go.
"We'll have rock and roll, and a return by Raiford We want to show our
some country, swing, blues Starke at 9 p.m. feeling ofhonor and
and blues that are good, all- Keeliyour dancing shoes support to our veterans,
around dancing music and handy, because the fun she said.
it's going to be fantastic," continues on Sunday at
she said. 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. Billy For more information,
Free parking for the event C. Wirtz; Mike Zito at 2:45 call (772) 801-6099.
will be available at nearby p.m.; GinaSicilia at 4 p.m.; For limousine ride
public areas;including award-winning JP Soars & assistance, call (772) 643-
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"Art Sheridan of the
American Legion Riders has
taken the ball and run with
it on this and has been the
chief organizer of (Ameri-
can Legion) posts coming
m.
"I couldn't have done it
without him," Mrs. Howe-
Southern said.
Once the riders have
assembled at Earl's, a
commemorative ceremony
will commei1ce at 1 p.m.
and include a benediction,
oilicial honor guard anti the
wreath laying, by a Navy


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From page 81
Unitarian Universalist Fellow-
ship of vero Beach located at
1590 27th Ave. will conclude
its third season at 7 p.m. with
a film about the green
economy and the interface
between poverty and environ-
mental issues. Feathund in the
film is van Jones, t oun er
of Green for All and current
special advisor to the White
House Council on Environ.
mental Quality for Green Jobs,
Enterpriseandinnovation.
There is no charge for the
screening of the film, which is
open to the public. No
reservations are required. A
discussion will follow the film.
For more information, cal
(772) 778-5880.
THROUGH JULY 15
The Cultural Council of
Indian'River County pres-
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serves pulled off of a shelf
loaded with jars of hortie-
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me to my: grandmother's
cellar, which was always
stocked with canned good-
ies. (You can purchase a jar
for your own cupboard.)
Always in search of the
perfect eggs Benedict, I
couldn't resist trying theirs,
especially after finding out
Chef Prendi makes his own
hollandaisesauceaparityin
most restaurants. (Most use
a powdered base, rendering
it grainy.)
Not only did he deliver on
the sauce, which was the
palest of yellows, velvety
smooth and subtly citrus,
he may be the best "poach-
er" I've ever met.
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runny, the white, soft and
voluminous, not watery.
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Delta Blues music Tuesday
nights by Ernie Southern.
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p.m. This show is suitable for
children ages 5 and up and
tickets are $8.
For more information call
(772) 231-6990 or (772) 234-
8052.
NOW THROUGH FALL 2009
The Vero Beach Museum
of Art announces free
admission to all art exhibits
now through fall. All visitors
are asked to stop at the front
visitor'is desk to pic up a
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hours are Monday through -
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. and Sundays from 1-4:30
p.m. The museum will be-
closed on Mondays, Memoripl
E)ay through Labor Day. The
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3001 Riverside Park Drive in
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most of the time live in
these three dimetisions. It
could be called the "world-
ly" side of life.
The fourth dimension is
"the spiritual nature" This
is the realm of the soul and
home of the angels.
The fifth dimension is the
universe itself, light and the
"source" of every thought,
feeling and created form.
The universe is electrical by
nature.We see this energy
in a thunder and lightning
storm.
I have met a number of
people living in the.three
dimensional world, who Are
doing the work of angels.
The way to identify these
special souls is that they
have found a deep and
meaningful purpose f6r
their lives.
Their greatest joy doesn't
come from material
possessions. The source of
h i essisinthe
Teachers, healers,
counselors, visionaries,
artists and communicator
of die written and spoken
word, among others, give
hopeandpromiseanda
sense of joy by the way they


earth, give thanks and show
gratitudly. It opens up the, .
heart and takes us higher m
our own soul's.evolution-i
There-is greatness living
in you right now yearning to
be set free. You can do it. It's
your destiny. Go inside, find
your angel, brmg it out and
set it free. Now, your life is
justified and all is well for
all your earthly days. The
sweetest news is th6 best is
yet to come.
James Thcker can help
bring joy and renewed hope
m your life. A personahzed
astrology chart, private
reading, exciting home or
office party, inspirational
group talk or past life
regression are justa few of
thesliecialservices he offers.
Ca If772) 334-9487or e-
malljtuckxyz@aol.com for
details and prices. .
Don't forget to go to
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and sign upfor your free
weekly inspirational
message.


live their lives;
They are the peacemak-
ers who want everyone to
be happy. The angels can be
recognized by the great
amount of unconditional
love and light they send out.
Many live a simple, natural
life, without the need for
extravagant lifestyles
beyond their means.
They live in abundance,
not lack. Abundance starts
with a visiottand the ability
to manifest and create the
provisions needed to feel
safe, and have plenty left to
share with others in need.
Angels on the earth are
calm, relaxed souls who live
in faith mstead of fear. Their
cup is half full rather than
half empty and there is
more on the wa.y.
Thfs natural f low of
positive energy keeps the
angAls safe and protected
because of their olyn
guardians and spirittid
connections. These are the
happy oiles. Look up to
people who hate these
divine qualaries. They are
the angels living on the
ear th. They should be our
role models.
te cels sa ides,
they were our grandmoth-
ers and grandfathers and
ancestors who came before
and put their ageless
wisdom m our hearts and
. soulsforallourdays.
When you see an angel on


There are five levels and
dimensions of energy
thatwe are aware of
and recogmze.
In addition, there are
highly-evolved souls who
travel through many
dimensions and live an
ungrounded existence at .
perhaps higher levels of
vibration.
Some students of the
deeper mysteries claim
there is a lower world,
where the lost souls live in
the underworld, as well.
An example oftlie
different levels of energy for
example, can be under-
stood with the spectrum of
light. The human eye range
can see the seven basic
colors: red, orange, yellow,
green, blue, indigo and
violet
However there are levels
below, suchas infrared
below and ultra-violet,
' above that can't be seen
ivith the eye, but can be felt
at the sub-conscious level.
There is a range of sound
waves the human ear can
pick up. But helow this
threshold, there are the
long, sonar waves. Above
hfla a that
dogs and o er animals can
hear and we cannot. 4 dog
whisde js a goodexample of
this
The first dimension of the
fivelevelscanbestbe .
described as the "physical
Eso aea'C'oor'ems."
physical body and other
forms.
Theseconddimensionis
What I call, "the conscious
midd." It is our regular level
of thinking, analysis and
reasomng. The seat of this
power resides mostly in the
left brain. It is the level
where two plus two have to
equal four to be valid.
.The third dimension is
s ghTh sb{saindi en ous-
love, emotions, feelings,
sensmg and what we call
"the heart." Most of us,


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come back to me with great
success stories on this
simple secret. A good
garden retailer will have
Epsom salts included with
their plant food mix.
One other tip if you are
,planning on feeding your
lawn: If you decide to use a
weed and feed, be sure to
get the right one for your
lawn.
Typically, blends that use
atrazine as the active
herbicide will be for the St.
Augustine variety of
grasses, while products
contalmng 24D willbe
primarily for lawns with
bahia grass.
In addition, do not use
weed and feeds beyond late
June, as some products
may cause your lawn to
look burnt.

Joe Zelenak has 28 years
experience in gardemng
and landscape. Send e-
mails to hometowngar-
den@gmail.com or visit his
Web site at www.home=
towngarden.com.


Phosphorous is the
second number listed on
your bag. This element is
necessary for plant health
and for flower and fruit
production. When you
want to help your plants
bloom, you want a food
that contains a higher
amount of this element and
a low amount of nitrogen.
Potassium, also known as
potash, is the third number
on your bag. This element
is necessary for proper root
development. Potash can
help plants establish a good
root system that can help
the plant during periods of
drought stress. '
In addition to the three
ingredients listed above,
trace elements are also
important for plarit or lawn
growth.
Iron is often a desirable
ingredient if yott are
feeding acid-loving plants,
such as ixoria, azalea and
gardenia plants.
Some formulas will dig
deeper and contain trace
amounts of zinc, copper or


manganese. Manganese is a
good trace element to look
for in a citrus blend, for
example.
Magnesium is another
trace element you might
want to look for ma plant
food blend. This elexilent is
useful for greening up the
leaves of plants, such as
roses, tomatoes and palm
trees. A simple and inex-
pensive way to add this -
element to your plants is by
adding Epsom salts to your
soil.
For a 3-gallon potted
plant, use about a quarter
cup and sprinkle around
the plant. Water in after
applying.
You can do this about
once a month for preven-
tive maintenance or more
often if your plants need a
boost. There is a wide array
of plants that can benefit
from this simple trick
including ixoria, gardenia,
palms and hibiscus, along
with nany common indoor
tropical.
I have had many people


the package (for example:
16-4-8) represent the
contents of each of the
above nutrients. Each one
of the ingredients serves a
different purpose and that
is why you can find so
many different blends and
types of products at your
retailer.
For example, most lawn,
fertihzers contain a larger
first number nitrogenn) and
the second (phosphorous)
and third (potassium) will.
be lower.
The reason is lawns need
plenty qfnitrogen to keep
that lush, green color and
maintain healthy growth.
The other elements,
although still needed, are
not required in such large
quantities.
Another good example is
food for flovirering plants. In
this case, you want the see
the seconclnumber (phos-
phorous) higher than the
first and third.
This type of blend is
desirable when you w'ant
your plants to bloom.


Wthiix the next few
weeks, we should
start to see at least
a small increase in the
amount and frequency of
afternoon showers as we
approach our classic "rainy
season "
Once this transition
finally takes place, our
water-starved plants and
lawns will again begin to
sprout to life.
Since many of our lawns
are in a state of stress from
the drought,.they will need
some extra TLC when the
rains finally arrive.
Most of us have put off
applying our spring dose of
lawn food because of the
extremely dry conditions.
Before you apply your next
dose of plant food, read all
about what the numbers
mean in the following
tutorial. .
Al)Iplant foods and
fertilizer products contain a
certain percentages of
nitrogen, phosphorous and
potassium.
The numbers you see on


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TREASURE COAST
Since the American Recov-
ery aed Reinvestment Act
of 2009 passed in February
2009, Workforce Solutions
has been preparing to
effectively implement the
rnulti-component program
to preserve and create jobs,
promote economic recov-
ery and assist Americans
most impacted by the eco-
nomic recession.
As a result, development
experts have made training
for adults more accessible,
provided youth with more
optionster receonecting to
education- and Araining
opportunities, and provid-
ed indNiduals seeking help
with the support they need
to .address issues such as
childcare and transporta-
tion.
As the company moves
forward, it faces a market
where there are five work-
ers for every Job.' It is
preparing to spend nearly
$5.15 million ilL stimulus
funding where it will have
the greatest impact on the
ranks of Treasure Coast .
unemployed workers.
With 80.3 percent of the


inundated with resumes,"
said Gwenda Thompson,
. president.
"We can significantly
streamline the employee
recruitment process
through our bank of
employee candidates that
run the full spectrum of
qualifications. We qualify
and screen candidates
prior to the interview
process, saving employers
time and ensuring that the
right candidates are
matched with each posi-
tion,"shesaid.
The program can also
help employers take their
business to the next level
~5'" analyzing an employefs
wortforce needs 'arid cu
atomizing services and pro-
grams according to .the
employer's goals.
Workforce Solutions, also
known its the Workforce
Development Board of the
Treasure Coast, is a private,
nonprofit corporation that
coordinates workforce
solutions for Indian River,
Martin, Okeechobee and
St. Lucie counties.

For more information,
visit www.yourworkforces-
olutions.com or call (8887
4U2-Hire.


ARRA budget allocated to
training the unemployed
and retooling today's work-
force for the future, the
greatest challenge will be
to ensure th6 workforce is
trained for jobs that will be
available when the training
is complete.
"It is the board's respon-
sibility to keep up with
data, since we don't want to
flood the market with
trained people where jobs
don't exist," said Rochelle J.
Daniels, an attorney and
expert in workforce devel-
opment law. .
"And on the other side of
that coin, we don't want to
traiti people FA fields where
we have existing 'layoffs.
The key to developing the
right training programs is
to not look at filling current
jobs, but asking what are
the jobs that will be avail-
able when the economy
picks up and being vision-
ary about putting the tight
training in place," she said.
The greatest need at this
time for Workforce .Solu-
. tions continues to be the
number of jobs available.
"With a ratio of unem-
ployed workers to jobs at
5:1, employers looking to
fill jobs on their own are


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Higher amounts of phos-
phorous will help enhance
the blooming process,
while lower nitrogen levels
will not cause surge growth
in the plant.
Nitrogen will be the first
number on the bag. This .
ingredient helps give your
lawn alush, green color
and will enhance the
growth process.
After properly applying
lawn food, you will see a
noticeable increase in the
frequency of times you will
need to mow your lawn.
Be advised, however, that
sometimes too much of a
good thing can be a prob-
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nitrogen to your plants can
cause them to "burn" and
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in Sebastian for 12 years.
She was a member of St.
Luke's Catholic Church and
the SOKOL Club.
. She is survived by a sis-
ter Pavla- compamon
Alfred; and many nieces
and ne hews
ments b Sea-
rrange
winds Funeral Home & Cre-
mato

Frederic Robert Zaun
Frederic Robert Zaun, 86,
of Sebastian, died May 9,
2009.
He was born in Grafton,
Wis., and lived-in Sebastian


for 24 years.
He was a truck salesman
and pilot.
He was a member and
past president of the Kiwa-
nis Club, the Rotary Club,
the Boca Raton Chamber of
Commerce and the Optimist
Club.
He served in the U.S.
Army during World War II.
He is survived by a son,
Robert; two daughters, Peni
and Barbara; a brother,
Ralph and eight grandchil-
dren.
Arrangements by Strunk
FuneralHome.
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to
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Johanna Gould, 81, of
Sebastian, died May 5, 2009.
She was born in New York
and lived in Sebastian for 10
years,
She was a member of Park
Place book club in Sebast"
ian, and worked for the Unit-
ed Nations and UNICEE
She is survived by a broth-
er, John and several nieces
andnephews.
Arrangements by Seawinds
Funeral Home & Crematory.


sisters, Dolly and Mary.
He is .survived by two
sons, Francis and William;
six grandchildren and one
great-grandson-
Memorial contributions
may be made to VNA Hos-
pice Foundation, 1110 35th
* Lane, Vero Beach, FL 32960.
Arrangements by Sea-
winds Funeral Home & Cre-
matory.

Marta Stastny .
Marta Stastny, 82, of
Sebastiah, died May 9,
2009.
She was born w in the
Czech Republic and lived


attend this interactive, fun-,
filled weekly get together.
*Edge JR is a children's
ministry for K-6th grade
every Wednesday night at 7
p.m. and on Sunday at 9:30
a.m. All children are wel-
come to this fun-filled, high- -
ly interactive program;
admission is free. .
*Children, women and
adult Sunday school classes
are held every. Sunday
morning at 9:30 a.m. and a
worship service- begins at
10 5e tl men are invited to
the Meds Groudp meeting on
ern ay gs
at 5 p.m.; iipcoming date is
May31.
*Fried D en is the fda-
ture spe rCe r n r
evemng.
Their Reward" is the current
teaching series at the 6 p.m.
Bible study. All are welcome
to attend.
Newcomers are welcome
at New Life Baptist Church,
located at 725 Conimerce
Center Drive, Suites C, D & E,
Sebastian. For additional
information, call Pastor Bill
Brothers at (772) 473-3614
,
Vero Beach
Chush-ef ChrLst
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*Praise and Wordup is
held every Sunday at 9:30
a.m. Bible classes for all ages
follodrworship.,Childcareis
available durmg worship for


infants through age 2 in our
nursery room.
)*Sunday night services
begin at 6 .pm. Classes are
available for all children and
studerits from infant to 12th
grade.
*Wednesday night classes
begin at 7 p.m. Classes are
available for all ages-
*Children's Bible hour is
for preschool children ages
2 thru 5 and is held durmg
Sunday morning worship
services.
m outhtu iisnanaadc
th* tionals lock-ins,
tr
dinners, con onns sd
yo
one bstatee u
the events and activities that
take place for youth.
*Lads to Leaders/Lead-
eretteseis aup f rTe c
PdePkin70m of God and
. help them to develop their
overall leadership potential
Vero Beach Church /f
Christ. is located on State
Road 60, at 3306 20th Street.
For more information, call
(772) 567-2465 or visit
w w w. verobeachchur -
chofchrist.com.
-
- *
Kmg's Baptist Church
*A quilting group meets
9:30 a.m. every Friday in
Room 121 atthe church.
Newcomers are always wel-


come and there is no charge
to participate.
*Awana, a Bible-based
program with extra empha-
sis on Scripture memory for
children ages 3 through the
sixth grade is held every
Wednesday evening at 6
p.m. Teens in grades 7-12
are invited to X-treme Lives,
a time of worship and small
group Bible study, on
Wednesday evenings from
6-7:30 p.m. Adult Bible
study begins at 6:30 p.m.
eveYTu gd t are invited
to the new "20 Something"
class at 9 a.m. on Sundays.
The Bible class focuses on
issuesandchallengesfacing
young adults as they contin-
ue education or start a new
career; it meets in room 125.
**Sunday worship services
are held at 9 a.m. and10:30
a.m. with an evening service
at 6 p.m. At 5 p.m., children
in first through sixth grades
are invited to participate in
children's choir where they
learn basic music skills and
perform songs and musi-
cals. They nicet in the
Awana Auditorium; every-
one is welcome and there is
no cost.
The drird -isGocated- at
3235 S8th Ave., Yerodeach.1
For more information, call
(772) 567-5850 or Disit
inww.kingsbaptist.org.

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Friday, and Saturday, from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. For more
information, call the shop at
(772) 581-8155.
. The church is located one
block northofMain Streetat
1405 Louisiana Ave., Sebast-
ian. For more information,
call the church office at (772)
589-5656.

RIVerSide Church

*Open prayer meeting is
held every Tuesday from
mt the &
and pray as long as you
want. On Tuesday evenings
at 7 p.m., the Men's Group
meets for discussion of the
word and fellowship.
*Oneighty Youth Group,
an evening of music, fun,
games and a Bible service at
the church, forstudents in
grades 6-12 begins at 5 p.m.
every Wednesday. Admis-
sion is free and free trans-
portation is available in the
Sebastianarea.
*Mpact Girls' Club, a
Christian club for girls in
kindergarten through 12th
grade, meets at the church
6:30 p.m., Thursday evemng
meetings. The girls learn
about cooking,. camping,
crafts,> conununig, ,mis'.
sions, friendship, overcom-
ing peer pressure, careers
and purity.
*A chapter of Royal
Rangers, one of America's
largest and foremost adven-
ture, camping and mentor-
ing programs for boys and
young men in grades.one
through 12, meets 6 p.m.
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Frances L. "Fran" DuBois
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April 30, 2009.
She was born in New
Britain, Conn., and lived in
Barefoot Bay for 15 years.
She was a member of St.
Luke's Catholic Church in
Barefoot Bay.
She is survived by her
husband of 53 years, Gas-
ton; a son, Rhys; a brother,
Joseph and two sisters,
Ellen and Beverley.
Arrangements by Strunk


immanuel Church

*Stipport group/celebrate
recovery, a support group
for hurts, habits and hang-
ups meets every Thursday at
6 p.m. for dinner, 6:45 p.m.
for meeting. Donations are
accepted for dinner.
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*A study, the 12 steps for
Christians, a Bible study for
multiple addictions, will be
held on Mondays, starting at
7 p.m. at the church. .
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evenings at 7 p.m. in the
church fellowship hall.
*Storehouse Food Pantry
is open on Wednesday's
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or more information, call
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is located methe coradroof
Church Street and Central
Avenue in Micco.

FirstPresbyteris*In
Church of Sebastian
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are invited to the 10 a.in,
Sunday worship, service.
Communion is served 011
the first Sunday of every
m ie study is held Mon-
day evenings at 7 p.m. Call
John Blaga at (772) 589-4290
for more information on this
study.
*Adult Sunday school and
youth classes at 9 a.m. Chil-
dren's Sunday school starts
at 10 a.m. Following the chil-
dren's message.
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Thrift Shop is open for busi-
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*The community is invit-
ed to "A Course in Mira-
,cles" led by Chris Williams
every Monday evening at 6
p.m.
On Tuesday evenings at
7 p.m. Eide Monahan
instructs a one hour
gyrokinesis class. The tech-
nique incorporates breath-
ing and fluid yoga move-
reenn the youopen and
*Qi gong class, an
ancient Chinese system of
postures, exercises, breath-
ing techniques, and medi-
tation is held 10:30 a.m.
every Wednesday.
*On Thursday evenings
at 6 p.m. there is a one
hour reiki class. Reiki is a
Japahese technique for
stress education and relax-
ation that promotes heal-
ing,
*Sunday morning, wor-
ship celebration is held at
9:30 and 11 a.m. Childcare
is available for both servic-
es and children's classes
are held every Sunday at
11a.m.
For more information'
Call'f772) 562 1163ror visit
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Newcomers are always
welcome at Unity Center of
Vero Beach. The church is
lopatedat95043rdAve.,Vero
Beach.

New Life
BaptiSt Church
*The ladies' ministry
invites the women of the
emtimnug t p nM y
24.
*Edge Student Ministries,
the church's youth ininistry
meets every Wednesday
evemng from 6-8 pm. There
are lots of new activities;
admission is free and the
evening is packed with
games, snacks and fellow-
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of church affiliation, in
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saymgs.
United Way distributed
the cards through its
workplace campaigns
during the fall annual
campaign, as well as
direct mail and all
participating phanna-
cies.
"We have been aggres-
sive in distributing these
cards. We want everyone
who can use it to have
one. It can save families
money," said Mr. Kint.
The FalitilyWize card
can save participants
about 30 percent on drug
purchases. The program
does not have any age or
income restrictions, and
people with insurance
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Discount cards can be
obtained from the United
Way office at 1836 14th
Ave., in downtown Vero
Beachduringbusiness
hours.
Those with Internet
access can also print a
cardbyvisiting theWeb
site at ,
www.FamilyWize.com, as
well as look up drug
priced and the list of
participating filiarma-
cies.
The survival guide can
be downloaded at -
wwu a copy of the guide can
be picked up at the
United Way offices during
business hourd, 19fonday-
Friday, 9 a:m.-5 p.m.


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY- The United Way of
Indian River County
released a "Recession
Survival Guide" aimed to
assist those facitig *
economic crisis.
Listirig food banks,
utility bill and medical
assistance, as well as
other social services, the
guide is intended to
provide families with a
a detailed explanation df
where they can turn to
access services in the
atea. .
"So many in our county
are feeling the effect of
the recession, we felt it .

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programs available in our
county," said Michael
Kint, United Way CEO.
The guide is part of a
neir fablily financial
stabilifyinitiativefrom
United Way that focuses
on increasing income.
building savings and
stabilizing family
finances.
One of the first pro-
grams of the initiative
was the introduction ot
the FamilyWize discoun
prescription cards. Since
:its introduction, more
than 7,062 claims have
been filed, saving resip
dents.more than $144,545
in prescription costs.
That makes the courity
the leader in the state in
terms of both claims and


"It really is a unique and fun job,"
said Colleen Flaher ty. store manager.
"You meet all kinds, of fascinating
people, from the clients whb'come in
everyday, to the collectors to the
once-and-awhile shoppers. You end
up becoming really good friends with
alot of the locals, shaking community
news, family events and so on," she
said. . .
. Proceeds from Dasie Thrift Shop
will support the Dasie Hope Center iix
Wabasso. The center is focused on.
educational and fun after-schoolpro-


grams for the children who might
Otherwise go home to empty houses. 2
Dasie.Thrift Shop is located on U.S.
1 in Wabasso, a few blocks north of
CR 510 (in front of the ICOA Camp-
ground).
Those interested in volunteering
can call (772) 589-3535 or visit
www.DasieHope.com.
Dasie Thrift Shop is located Volun-
teers are needed Monday-Saturday, 9
a.rn.-3 p.m.
For- more information, call (772)
940-3356.


For Hometown News
News@homelownnewsol.com
WABASSO Dasie Thrift Shop is at
need of volunteers tohelp orgamze
merchandise. That has been donated
to the stoie. The grand opening will
take place June 6. -
Volunteers are needed iri the fol-
lowing areas:. receiving, sorting,
hanging, steam cleaning, tagging,
researching and pricing merchan-
dise, fundraising and volunteer
ambassador.


For Hometowis News
News@hometownnewsol.com
,
INDIAN RlYER COUlyTY
--- Big Brothers Big Sisters
of indian River County and
Boys and Girls Club of
Indian River County are
collaborating to present
GEM: golf, education and
mentoring to children- irt
Indian-River County.
1 ThE program, prhich
provides academic assis-
tance, one-to-one mentor-
ing and an opportunity to


The event will include a
kids' putting competition
at 3:30 p.m., before ending
with a 5:30 p.m. cocklail
hour.
The cost is $30 per play-
er, which includes tourna-
ment awards and hors
d'ouvres.
To register to participate
Aw the tournamyp gI
( .".2L299-744il,.
To become a mentor or
to learn more, about Big
Brothers Big Sisters, call
(772) 770-6000.


learn golf with a carmg
mentor, will tee bff in Indi-
an.River County this sum-
mer,
To helyi educate the
community about the pro-
gram, Dyer Auto Mall will
hold a June 18th golf tour-
nament at Saridridge Golf
Club, located at 5300 73rd
St., Vero Beach.
The scramble format of
the 9-hole charity tourna-
ment will begin with regis-
tration at 2 p.m. and a
shot-gun start at 3 p.m. .


For Hometown News
News@homelownnewsol.com
The Department of Agri-
culture recently designated
24 Florida counties, includ-
ing St. Lucien Martin and
Indian River, as primary
natural disaster areas as a
residtof thecold.weather
and freezing temperatures
that occurred from Jan. 20-
23.
This designation makes
farm operators in both pri-
mary and contiguous coun-
ties eligible to be considered
for assistance from the Farm
Service Agency, granted eli-
gibility requirements are


Based on this review,
IJSDA determined there
were sufficient production
losses to warrant a secretari-
al natural disaster designa-
tion.
Agricultural groups that
were affected by the January.
freeze should contact their
localUSDAFarm.Service
Agency.
The Treasure Coast USIM
FarmServiceAgencyislocat-
ed at 8400 Picos Road, Suite
101,FortPierce.
The local FSA Agent is
Mark Tomsic and he can be
reached at (772) 461-4546 or
by e-mail at
mark.tomsic@fl.usda.gov.


met.
This assistance includes
FSA emergency loans and
the SupplementalcRevenue
Assistance Program, which
was approved as part of the
Food, Conservation and
Energy Act of2008.
FSA will colisider each
application on its own
merit, by taking into
account the extentoflosses,
security available and
repayment ability.
At the urging of Florida
GoveCharlie Crist, the USDA
reviewed loss assessment
reports along with addition-
al information submitted by
the Farm Service Agency.


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