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Students get mail
if0m White House

Students at the Dasie
Bridgewater Hope Center
foctised on the election
during 2008 and even sent
personal letters to the
Obama family after the
inauguration,
To their delight, five
months after moving into
the White House, first lady-
Michelle Obama sent a
reply and autographed
photos to Dasie Hope.
She thanked the stu-
dents for their interest in
their new life and home,
and reminded them the
WhiteHouse full his

Americans.
She encouraged the stu-
dents to visit www.white-
house.gov and www.white-
househistory.org to learn
more about the White
House.
For rhore information
about the Dasie Bridgewa-
ter Hope Center. call (772)
321-1329.

Run/walk
set in Sebastian

The Substance Abuse
Council of Indian River
County is hosting the first
annual Compete to Defeat
Drfigs 5k run/walk on July
4 in Sebastian,
Fees per entrant are $20
in advance and 525 on
race day. Shirts are. gigar-
anteed for the first 150
registrants.
The Substance Abuse
Council is a nonprofit
organization working
toward eliminating sub-
stance abuse ih the com-
munity, by offering drug
prevention and education


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Planning Council, based in Stuart.
"It's bigger than just .us," said
Penny Chandler, chamber director.
Other cities and counties along
the East Coast are getting behind
the resolution because of the possi-
ble long-term benefits, said Ms.
Chandler,
A resolution passed by the Indian
River County Chamber of Com-
merce Board of Directors, and those
passed by other cities as well,,
requests that Gov. Charlie Crist and
Stephanie Kopelousos, Florida
Department of Transportation sec-
retary, prioritize the Jacksonville to


* Miami project, Ms.
Chandler said.
"Right now, the fed-
eral government is
looking for projects
4
at local levels for the
stimulus package
money and they
want projects sent
to thern to consid-
er," she said.
"Transportation up and down the
coast, especially in a state like Flori-
da, where tourism is a majority
source of income, it would be really
beneficial to our cities," said Ms.


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The
Indian River Chamber of Com-
merce and other cities on the Treas
sure Coast, including Sebastian and
Vero Beach, supports a resolution to
prioritize an intercity rail project as
part of the federal economic stimu-
lus package for Florida.
The project, known as the interci-
ty rail component of the FEC corri.
dor project from Jacksonville to
Miami, is being pushed to the fore-
front by the Treasure Cqast Regional


Chan-
dler.
"It would be huge. The long-term
benefits are what we are looking at.
See TRAINS, A3


services.


information,


Cliff PartIow/staff photographer
Earl's Hideaway held its second annual Riverfront Music Festival complete with Memorial Day ceremonies by local
veteran's groups. The three-day event began Saturday with dozens of motorcycles being escorted down Indian
River Drive by law enforcement. Guest speaker James 'Patches' Watson, commander of the American Legion Post
39, left, Stands in silence during the closing ceremony, alongside bagpiper Niichael Hyde.


w is 1 .9 in u
call list for up to 50 people
in the U.S. and Canada.
More can be added for a
small fee. .
When it is time for the
birth, all parents have to
do is dialing, type in their
user identification infor-
mation and the inessage
goes out.
The package includes
caller ID, so recipients
know.who the call is com-
ing from, and if ilill leave a
message on voicemail or
message machine if they
do not pick up.
Mr. Verne spent the past
two years developing the
concept and this past year,
t it int *
FAs hiousether services
ned ularity, Mr.
Crne wasp ked about an
option for birth announce-
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mh tbHAdasknowe ho
hectic if can be
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ad her bnaby, newdmo
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tag of i h such recep-
tionist tn Homerown Na-s'
Fort Pierce gaffice.
"It wouldve been help-
fail, but I was really sick in
the hospital (ffom the
anesthesia), so I dbn't
think it could've have
mattered because I could-
n't speak to anyone any-
way. If I had (had) a natural
birth that would've been
good," said Ms. King,
Area hospitals contacted
for comment were, not
familiar with the product
yet. ..
Indian River Medical
Center could not com-
ment, as they have not
beeh given a presentation
or used the system, but
"overall, we think it's an
interesting concept," said
spokeswoman Betsy Whis-
man.
Martin Memorial Health
Systems was unable to
comment ...as we don't
generally make product
endorsements, wrote
Scott Samples, public
information coordinator
for MMHS.
Companies that have
See WORD, A2


By Sarah StovNeer Jacobs

When schools need to
alertstudentsaboutsome-
thing, they use the public
address system.
When cities, counties or
other agencies want to
alert residents, they use
radio and television.
Now they can also use
thetelephone.
Cities and corporations
have already started using
a new service offered by a
Florida company that
allows messages to be sent
to cell phones or land lines.
simultaneouslY
Hometown News has
used itto help with circula-
tion verification.
BirthCall is the latest
Offering under the parent
company GlobalCall
Enterprises, run by Naples
FOSident Shawn Verne.
The company offers var-
iOus adaptations of a call
systemthatgeneratesmul-
tiple simultaneous calls
from alist'
BirthCall allows new
parents to record a mes-
sage shortly after a baby is
b n to let everyone know


ucts.
We have sottle good rules,
but not all rules and regula-
tionstiteverycorneroflndian
River County," said Chairman
Davis.
This will sprinkle a little bit
of common sense into the
ordinance," he said.
In the terms of the
approved change, the county
administrator or his designee
would have to approve atem
porary suspension to allow a
business owner to receive the
certificates ofoc pancymeven
not pass inspection.
County staff noted the
terms were temporary sus-
n on en bou
ness omer would still have to
ao p 0 oar anme
of 90 d
Con ssioners did not

s ad, lePvin the cd s
to the coun administra-
up ty
tor or his designee.

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By lessica Tuggle
jtliggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
--- In a unanimous vote, Indi-
an River County Commis-
sioners decided to change an
.ordinancetoallowbusinesses
to open, even if there are a test.
minor changes thGE Mill need
to be made to property.
Landscaping issues alpne,.
which have been brought up
repeatedly in commission
meetings, willno longer debly
new businesses from obtain-
ing certificates of occupancy
and oe g shop
Contymadministrator Joe
Baird said 90 percent ofthe
time, delays are caused
because of landscaping prob-
lems
Cl airman Wesley Davis
often used the example of
trees being 5 inches shorter
than the required height of 6
feet, as a reason that one busi-
ness owner was denied a cer-
tificate of occupancy, even
though he had already hired
employees and ordered prod-


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By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN It looks
a like the third year was
the charm for teachers
and fourth-grade stu-
dents at Treasure Coast
Elementary during the
written portion of FCAT
The school, which has
the highest concentra-
tion of fourth-graders in
the county, posted high
gains in the fourth-grade
FCAT writing results,
data from the Florida
Department .of Educa-
.
tion show.
Last school year, only
61 percent of Treasure
Coast Elementary fourth
graders scored 3.5,
which is a passing score
on the test. This yea'
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In addition to Birthcall, some of the
other services offered by GlobalCall
enterprise run by Naples resident
hawn Verne are as follows:
MyPatientCall, whicb lets doctors'
offices remind patients of appointments.
- Andrew Ress, a plastic surgeon in Boca
Raton, has praise for MyPatientCall. His
office has used the program for about six
weeks, and while they are still getting
used to it, Dr. Ress and his staff have
'already heard positive feedback from
patients, he said. .
"So far the response from patients has
been very good. It's not robotic or
intrusive, ir's my voice. So many of these
types of things are obnoxious, (but) this
isn't. It's easy to use," said Dr. Ress.
MyCustomerCall, which allows
retailers to remind a customers about
events or special offers. .
MyFanCallywhich is used by enter-
ers to send messages to their fans.
Country singer Amber Leigh, the first
entertainer to sign up for MyFanCall,
uses (561) 111- 1111 as her caller ID, so
her fans all know the number, wrote Mr.
Verne in an e-mail. .
GlobalCall also has contracts with
cities.
For instance, the city of Lauderdale's
recreation.department uses its OneCall-
TellAll program.
The service is used by coaches to let
arents know about game cancellations
chan s
ft lias so been used by Hometown


News t9 notify newspaper carriers all-at .
once when papers were in, rather than
spending time making numerous calls.
The phone messaging service was
started as a way to spread the word
quickly in emergency situations, such as
Sept. 11, said Mr. Verne.
Cities have alreadyfourid the service
useful in emergencyscenanos, even
though it has onlybeerraround about a
year.
Key West's Police Departmern decided
to try it and found it effective when
Hurricane Ike threatened the area last
September.
David Smith of the professional
standards division of the Key West Police
Department was impressed with the ,
service and penned this letter to Mr.
Verne.
"After the storm passed, the police
department held a debriefing session to
evaluate our performance during it. The
most respunding comment was regard-
igg the emergency notification call
system," Mr. Smith wrote.
"The EOC commander for the City of
Key West, the:City Mansiger, Chiefof.
Police and all of the personnel spoke
with thought the system was extremely
useful and informative...In our discus-
sions, it is clear this system is a valuable
.
tool in mass communication and can be
used for a variety of incidents, to include
those that are weather related," he wrole.

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dial a phone, you can do it,'
said Mr.Verne.
While the company con
tines to expand its services,
Mr. Verne will continue
working on the patent
process. The technology waf
just approved for a U.S. and
international patent, he said.

To view an example ofhou
the services work, visi
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more information, contact
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moves, which might be
offered in the near future,
Mr.Verne said.
For now, parents-to-becan
sign-up for BirthCallor it can
be purchased as a gift.
Users do not have to worry
about clogging up phone
lines, since the system is
designed to do massive
announcements. It can liter-
ally do over 7 million calls
* and is very scalable, such as
Google, said Mr.Verne.
As high tech as the actital
System may be, the services
are not. There is no hardyvare
or software to buy or install.
"It's easy to use. If you can


"It's hard to write about
things you've never experi-
enced, but we try to expand
their level of knowledge by
reading and looking at pic
& .centives
the teachers used on a regu-
lar basis to encourage their
students were reading
essays out loyd to peers.
other teachers and even th&
principal.
Priticipal ark) Drigail
wasjustgreatatlisteningto
the kids read their essays iri
his office," Ms. Casino said.
"Some of our boys always
thought that going to the
office was what happened
when you were bad, but now
they were excited to go there
and have people listen and
respond to what they wrote,"
she said.
Boosting their students'
confidence in their writing
skills has really beezi a major
factor in better scores this
vear, the teachers said.
We do foster a love for)
writing iteTe and we 'W '
them to get out of it thatit's
lifelong skill," said teach
Catherine.Crinigan.
More FCAT results will b
available in the comin
weeks and can be accessed o
the Florida Department a
Educations iteb sire a
http:Hical.fldoe.org.


word choice. .
"This year, all the teachers
tised the same writing strate-
gies and even traded papers
that the children had writ-
e h tMthse sc rd
writing about, and how they
were writing," said Ms. Cas-
clo.
' The teachers went back to
the basics.of writing to help
their'students writebbetter,
starting with how to write a
strongseiltenceMs.Cascio.
"We said they had to stop
their baby talk, and none of
this starting every sentence
with'I,'allthetimewecallit
the 'I-I-I's," she said with a
smile.
Fourth-grade students are
given 45 minutes to read
their FCAT writing prompt,
which tells the reader the
topic, then organize and
write their essay, which is
ustially four to live para-
graphs. '
Students never know what.
thetopicisgoingtobeahead
of time, so teachers practice
@ving writing prompts
throughout the year, said
teacher Denise Pescho.
To prepare her students
for \writing about a wide
variety of subjects, some of
which they may never have
experienced, before, Mered-
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seen presentations or are
familiar with it are enthusi-
astic.
"It's been pretty receptive
so far by companies we've
contacted," saidMrVerne.
In fadt, BiittiCall already
has a workii1g relationship
with a company that prints
birth announcements and
that company, as wellas oth-
ers, have suggested Mr.
Verne branch into engage-
ment announcements as
well as job promotions or


ROSURS
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that number jumped to a 95
p el t i al Debo-
rah Berg attribute the aca-
demic success of the stu-
dents to the hard work of
the six fourth-grade teach-
ers and aspecial.corisultant,.
in lapng a solid writing
Foundation tor the students.
"They've really worked
hard together as a team to
t these results and we're
ryproud,"saidMs.Berg.
Sharon Cliscio, a retired
assistant principal from Pel
ican Island Elementary and
FOrmer teacher, was brought
in RS 8 Writing specialist to
help teachers with imple-
menting successful writing
strategies,
"For a while, writing was
the last area in curriculum to
be taught, too many years in
my opinion. It was taught
using whatever method the
leficherfoukfdo, or thought
best, aiid there really was no
clear structure." she said.
Ms. Cascio helped intro-
daice a." wi-iting reaching
method called "Six Trails,
that breaks writing into six
steps: idea, organization,
conventions, (including
punctuation, spelling and
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ult education classes scheduled
r Hometown News Other computer classes Thursday evenings, and alter
ews@hometownnewsol.com include: Windows Vista, start- nate Saturdays.
mg June 9, Word Intermediate A course in investing fu
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY and Excel Intermediate damentals is being offered o
Adult Education, a division beginning July 1, QuickBooks June 12, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m
f the Indian River County beginning June 22, digital Cost is $28.
School District, offers the fol- photography beginning June The course schedule i
lowing classes: 2, publisher beginning July 7, available at the office, are
An introduction to com- and computer maintenance libraries and on the Web a
uters class will be held on andsecuritybeginningJune9. www.indianriverschools.org.
Jime 20, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. An armed security officer Gift certificates are avail
ind the cost is $33. G class will take place June 15- able. Free GED preparation
I Introductiori and Win- 22, from 6-10 p.m. The follow- classes are available.
dows Vista will be offered on ing Monday it will take place Adult Education is locate
es days and Thursdays from at the range. Cost is $152. at 1426 19th St. in Vero Beach
I-3p.m., May26-June 18. Cost The culinary program will a For more information, ca
i $68. offer classes on Tuesday and (772) 564-4970.


other commercial businesses
may only use 40 percentof
the area. ;
LED signs are permitted in
the county as well, but also
are limited to 40 percent sign
area coverage.
Gene Waddell, aVero Beach
resident, was pleased the
county did not change the
ordinance, as it would have
opened the door to "gaudy"
signs. .
"I think (the ordinance) has
served us very well," said Mr.
Waddell. .
"The intersection at the
Indian River Mall is very busy
and still, that area doesn't
look full of signs. To make a
permanent change in a tem-
porary situation because of


the economy is not good. If
you want to look like Kissim-
mee, than change that ordi-
nance," he said.
County staff looked into
changing the ordinance in
response to a request from a )
businessman who wanted a
different'type of sign for his
business to attract more
attention.
The businessman was able
to use a different t e of sign
to suit his purposes -without
needing the ordinance
change.
For more information
about upcoming County
Commission meetmgs or
agendas, visit
www.ircgov.com.


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om page Al
.If the county administrator
cleclines to give the temporary
suspension, business owners
can appeal the process direct-
ly to county commissioners
during a regularly-scheduled
meeting, with the possibility
ofcallingaspecialmeetingfor
that purpose.
In another 5-0 vote, com-
missioners decided to leave
the.county's sigh ordinance as
Is.
- Currently, changeable copy
signs, such as church signs or
gasoline pnce signs, are
allowed to fillup 80 percent of
the area, while industrial and


ect run close to $125 million,
putting trains in place for
the 100-mile trek from Jack-
sonville to West Palm Beach,
Ms. Delany said.
Once in West Palm, the
passenger train would con-
nect to an existing route
from there to Miami.
The total length of the
project would be 350 miles,
but it would also include.an
opportunity to link to a
national rail going from New
orkato ,Miaini, said Ms.
"It really comes at a time
when people are looking to
take cars off of the highway,"
said Ms. Chandler.

ingM e ts xsc
lehteandidate for thestimu-
his funding.


"Because of the work that
has already been done on
this project back in 2001, the
project is nearly shovel-
ready. It has a defined corri-
dor, has great economic
benefits afid train transit is
an environmentally-friendly
way to travel," said Ms.
Delany
"It's very consistent with
state and national initiatives
with reducing carbon foot-
print and improving a green
p ine s ed. state and
As of press time, there is
no set date for awarding the
stimulus money.

ab Tt t eoreTre nCenn on
Regional Planning Council, i
visitwww.tcrpc.org.


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It would be there forever, it
would promote tourism in
our area and stimulate the
economy in the cities," she
said.
" The current plan is a
revival of a rail plan that was
proposed in 2000-01, but
was put on the backburner,
primarily because of lack of
I le funds esmTdeaKim
Coast Regional Planning
Council.
- It's back at the forefront
with the money from the
so spmackage up ovail-
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land elementary schools.
"We were thrilled to hear
that elementary studefits
wanted to do their part to
rebuild the center," said
HollyDill, the center's exec-
utive director.
"These children are so
important to the mission of
the ELC as the future stew-
ards of our natural
resources, and their contri-
butions to the fire fund
illustrates how important
111e center is to them," she


said.
Lightning struck the cen-
ter on June 30, 2008
destroying the wet lab, a
classroom and bathrooms.
The center is located on an
island in the Indian River
Lagoon.
Volunteers and staff have
conducted a full schedule
of classes and programs
continued throughout the
year. -
To date,. the center's fire
fund, added to insurance


payments, has topped $1.2
million.
Projections for new con-
struction, along with
replacement exhibits and
furniture, bring the finan-
cial needs to $17 million.
The center's mission is to
provide comprehensive
environmental education-
that will instill an under-
standing of the natural,
World, and motivate partic-
ipatits to be active stewards
ofnaturalresotarces!


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
-- Five area elementary
schools raised more than
$8,500 through individual
read-a-thons held this
spring, to support the Envi-
ronmental Learnitig Center
fire fund.
Participating schools
included Liberty Magnet,
Treasure Coast, Citrus,
Dodgertown And Beath-


informal but helpful experi-
ence in grief resolution.
People areitivited to atterid
any or all meetings.
There is no registration
and ixo cost.
Fo more information, call
(772065-1100.

Exercise
Ci85S95 Offered

Qi gong at..Riverview
Park in Sebastian, next to
the long dock, Fridays 6:15
p.m.and-Stmday Ta.m.
Walking qi gong at
Wabasso Beach, where State
Roast 510 meets the ocean.
Tuesday.and Thursday at 7
p.m
Qi gong for mind, body
audapitit at Kathi.Studio on
Roseland Road. Saturday at
8 a.m., and Tuesday at 10
a.m.
All classes cost $7.
For more information, call
(?22) 581-2629 or e-mail
namaste52bellsouth.net. .

Recycle old
pill bottleS
Bay Street Pharmacy and
Home Health Care and Keep
Iridian River Beautiful are
providing local nonprofits
with opportunities to elimb
nate operational expenses


when possible.
By providing reusable
items, from KIRil's ReUse
Exchange Center, .organiza-
tions such as the Humane
Society and HALO can reuse
clean prescription bottles
for animals waiting to be
adopted. .
To ensure that donations
are reusable, remove the
label from the prescription
bottle and rinse lightly.
To.drop off prescription
bottles, visit Bay Street Phar-
macy & Home Health Care,
located at 7746 Bay St.,
.Sebastian.

TipS On disaster
.planning
The Humane Society of
Vero Beach and Indian River
County has published a new
brochure on disaster plan-
ning for pet owners.
The brochure covers top-
ics including pet identifica-
tion, determining if you and
your pets live in a surge
zone, pet supplies needed if
someone must evacuate
with their animals 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 calling the
shelter at (772) 388-3331,
Ext.18.


Obituaries
Miles S. Oakley Jr.
Miles S. Oakley Jr., 79, of Barefoot
Bay, died May 1, 2009.
He was born in Mahopac, N.Y., and
lived in Barefoot Bay for 21 years.
He was a surveyor.
He played for the Barefoot Bay over~
60 softball league. .
He was preceded in death by his
wife, Marion.
He is survived by his companion'
Margaret; a sister; three children;
seven grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. e
Donations may be made to Wuesthoff
B ard Hospice andR ia (eea
32940. Arrangements by Strunk Funeral
Home and Crematory, Sebastian.

Rick A. Haskins
Rick A. Haskins, 27, of Sebastian,
died May 12, 2009,
He was born in Vero Beach.
He had attended Vero Beach High
School and worked for the state
department of corrections for four
years. .
He is survived by his father, Albert;
mother and stepfather, Vickie -and
Scott; three sisters, Jessica, Angela and
Alison; a brother, David; paternal
grandmothers, Helen and Donna;
paternal grandparents, Walter and
Tina; niaternal great-grandmother,
Victoria and many aunts, uncles and
cousins.
Donations may be made to an ani-
mal cause or charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Seawinds Fimeral
Home & Crentatory.


Mary Del Buone
Mary Del Buono, 87, of Barefoot
Bay, died May 12, 2009.
She was born in Ludlow, Mass., and
lived in Barefoot Bay for 25 years. .
She was a member of St. Luke's
Catholic Church, and a former mem-
ber of the Italian-American and the
Polish-American clitbs.
She is survived by her son, Freder-
ick; two daughters, Lucille and Bar
bara; two brothers, Edwin and John;
three sisters, Celia, Sophie and Jean,
four grandchildren and eight eat-
grandchildren.
ods mayHbe rnade to 1 trz
Parkway, Palm Bay, FL 32905.
Arrangements by Strunks Funeral
Horne

James H. Acker Jr.

James H. Acker Jr., 62, of Sebastian,
died May 12, 2009..
He was born in Vero Beach.
He worked as a vocational rehabili-
tatiop counselor in Florida and
Nortly Carolina.
He was a member of the Knights of
Columbus and was past Grand
Knight of the Vero Beach Council-
He is survived by his wife, Diane;
two sons, John. and Christian, par-
,ents, James and Tean; two brothers,
David aud Mark and a sister, Melissa.
Dortations inay be sent to St. Helen
Catholic Church, 2000 20th St., Vero
Beach, FL32960.
sitinds Funeral Home and Crernatory.


John J. Gnacinski

John J. Gnacinski, 68, of Sebastian,
died May 15, 2009.
He was born in Erie, Pa., and lived
in Sebastian for 14 years.
He retired from Hammermill Paper
Company
He was a former member of the
Sebastian Golf Club.
He was preceded in death by a son
John; a brother, Raymond and a sister,
Dorothy
He is survived by his wife of 35
years, Leola; four sons, Mark, David,
emoc2 aanndd al ri twondaug
grandchildren.
Arrangements by Seawinds Funeral
Home & Crematory.

Anneliese Ekblad-Brandt *
Anneliese Ekblad-Brandt, 80, of
Sebastian, died May 15, 2009.
She was born in Germany and lived
in Sebastian for 18 years.
She was the site manager at the sen-
ior center in Port Elizabeth, N.J.
She was a cosmetologist, a member
of the Alliance Church of Sebastian,
and the American Legion, Nabb-Leslie
Post No. 82.
She is survived by her husband, Karl;
a brother, George; four sisters, Anna,
Marga, Wanda and Marrita.
Donations may be made to the
AlteimerParkinsonAssociation oflndi-
an River County, 2501 27th Ave., Suite
A-8,VefoBeachFL32960.
Forl1ometown News


Group offerS
help with grief
New Beginnings, a group
established to assist people
in resolving their.grief over
the death of a loved one,
meets every Moriday at 7
p.m. at Redeemer Lutheran
Church 900 27th Ave., Vero
Beach.
. New Beginnings is an


Ify 8 Water ClaSS
at aquatic center
The North County Aquat-
ics Center is offering Aqua-
nautics, a water fitness
class, designed to strength-
en and firm inuscles,
improve cardio and respira-
tory fuixction and increase
flexibility
Other benefits include
better balance and coordi-
nation. Participants lietiefit
froin the water with less
strain on the bones and
Joints. Exercise movements
ate choreographed to
music. .The classes are
offered 'lllesday and Thurs-
day, from 10-11 a.m.
Fee is $4 per class or a
punch card for eight classes
for $28.
For more information, call
(772) 581-7665.

Medical center
OfferS Outpatient
HUtid00 COURSeling

Do you have diabetes,
hypertension or high cho-
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 dietitian
located in the diagnostic
center at Sebastian River
Medical Center.
To make an appointment,
call (772) 589-5000.

League meetings
scheduled
The La Leche League is a
nonprofit organization
whose mission is to help
mothers breastfeed through
mother-tp-mothersupport.
The La Leche League of
the Tleasure Coast meets in

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Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees ark pre-
sumed innocent unless or
untilprovenguiltyinacourt
oflaw.
Sebastian Police
Department
Mark William Groepler,
54, 637 Wimbrow Drive,
Sebastian, was charged with
purchase of narcotics, mari-
6 juana and possession of
marijuana. -
*WilliamElliottMcElrath,
0 20, 481 Warren St., Sebast-
ian, was charged with selling
or distributing narcotics,
marijuana and possession
marijuana.

Fellsmere Police
Department
b Ruben Cardoza, 36, 120
S. Mulberry St., Fellsn1ere,
was charged with aggravat-
ed assault domestic vio-
lence.

Indian River County
Sherirs Office

i Marcus Devon Richard-
son, 25, 2531 North 29th St.,
\ Sebastian, was charged with
robbery wigi a deadly
weapon,
Katie Lynn Wolff, 32,


Crystal Laurice Oates,
22, 1870 Woodland Circle,
Apt. 204, Vero Beach, was
charged with burglary of a
dwelling with assault and a
misdemeanor charge of
criminal mischief.
Giffard Ruthvan Bullen,
31, 13108 Hatherton Circle,
Orlando, was charged with
insurance fraud, false claim
for insurance benefits,
attempted theft and injuring
or tampering with a vehicle.
Andrea J. Jockell, 22, 358
14th St., Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged .with
aggravated assault, domes-
tic violence and a misde-
meanor charge of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Frank M. Giacobbi, 60,
7724 Ligonier Court, Orlan-
do, was charged with racket
peering, conspiracy to com-
mit racketeering and grand
theft.
Mackenzie Lee Bryan,
30, 1323 Cownie Lane,
Sebastian, was charged with
violation of probation. She
was on probation for pos-
session of cocaine and driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed, habitual offender.
Clausio Javier, 34, 1011.
15th Ave., Scottsbluff, Neb.,
was charged with being a
habitual.traffic offender, dri-
ver's license expired more
than four months arid sus-
pendedwithknowledge.
John Brian Smith, 50, 550


8085 133rd Place, Roseland,
was charged with child neg-
lect.
Jennifer B. Gutierrez, 29,
1945 Southwest 24th Place,
Vero Beach, was charged
with aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon. .
Sean Thomas Pszczola,
26, 4135 48th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
failure to appear in court on
charges of a non-compli-
ance hearing on drugs and
sale, delivery, manufactur-
ing ahd possession of oxy-
cotinwithintent.
*Edward Mulgrew, 56,
2908 Eagle Nest Way, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with vio-
lation of probation. He was
on probation for organized
fraud, uttering a forged
.instrument and criminal use
of personal identification
information.
Hilary Suzanne Crowley,
29, 110 Drake Way, Sebast-
ian, was charged with for-
gery, uttering a forged
instrument, criminal, use of
personal identification
information and a misde-
meanor charge of second-
degree petit theft.
Dionne Barrow, 19, 5885
59th Drive, Veto Beach, was
charged with grand theft of
a motor vehicle.
Kyle D. Taylor, 21, 3997
King Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
marijuana with intent to


sell, tampering with evi-
dence and a misdemeanor
charge of two counts of
resisting arrest without vio-
lence.
Lee A. Clark, 55, 4895 34
Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
cocaine, felony petit theft
and a misdemeanor charge
of possession of drug para-
phernalia. .
April Marie Kirouac, 34,
9495 127th. Ave., Fellsmere,
was charged with residential
burglary.
Angelo M. Messina, 34,
1410:26th Court, Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with aggravated battery
domestic violence. .
. Robert Michael Camp-
bell, 46, 6636 Upper 183rd
Court, West Rosemont,
Minn., was charged with
being a fugitive from justice
for violation of terms of pro-
bation. He was on probation
for absconding from in-
patient treatment.
Tyrone Davis, 29, 4170
46th Lane, Vero Beach, was
charged with burglary and
aggravated battery, domes-
tic violence. .
Frederick James Lewis,
50, 9765 Flemming Grant
Road, Micco, was charged
with possession with intent
to deliver marijuana.
Jerry Maurice Sanner, 40,
homeless, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.


13 Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
driving while license sus-
pended/habitual offender,
being a forcible felon and a
misdemeanor charge of
driving. while license sus-
pended. .
Robin Lynn Haas, 22,
2175 15 St., Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of a conveyance
and misdemeanor charges
of battery and criminal mis-
chiebthea Chambliss, 35
4475 27th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravat-
ed battery domestic vio
lence.
Claudia. Ann Rich, 50,
234 Skelly Drive, Rocldedge,
was charged with violation
of probation. .She was on
probation for criminal use
of personal identification
information.
Talius Lamor Sliatiks, 19,
1796 S.W. Erie St., Port St.
Lucie, was charged with


third-degree grand theft.
- Tomaris McDuffie, 22,
802 North 25th St., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended, fleeing and eluding
lights and sirens, burglary of .
an occupied dwelling and
violation of probation. He
was on probation for pos-
session ofco.caine.
*Christopher Chadd
Emmons, 24, no address
given, was charged with
uttermg a forged 1 mstru-


Florida Highway
Patf01
Travaris Ronchone Land,
31, 706 S. Boston Court,
Demand, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended.
4 Ted William Smith, 48,
1121 Charles St., Aurora, Ill.,
Was charged with high-
speed Beeing andlelpding.


Participants are encour-
aged to bring their own
instruments for a jam ses-
slon.
STAlWINA, a troupe from
the Boys 'and sGirls teen
club will be among the per-
formers during the kickoff
party.
Students in grades 6-12
are invited to participate in
the weekly programs on
Wednesday in the Teen
Creative Characters pro-
grant.
For more information,
calh::0772)h770-5060, Exts
41213. 5 :


Items such as styrofoam -egg car-
tons, craft supplies, tile (full or bro-
ken pieces), cigar boxes, neckties,
clothespins and wme corks m addi-
tion to fabric and paint chip saltiples
are accepted.
To make, a donation, drop off
items at the ReUse Exchange Center
in Sebastian on Tuesdays.
Re-usable items can also be
dropped off at Habitat for Humanity
on. U.S. 1 or the Senior Resource
Association on 6th Avenue and 14th
StreetinVeroBeach.
To shop for free, re-usable materi-
als, difit KIRB's ReUse Exchange Cen-
te loyaty at }255 Main St., Sepast-
ranz qqll (772) 388-5472.e.,


Police report


.
Bnef
From page Al
contact the Substance
'4buse Council at (772) 770-
4811. '

7000 MUSIC MIXef
.
at the library
The Indian River County
Main Library will kick off
the teen summer. months
program with a music
mLier on \fednesda lunt-
17 from 2-4 p.m. o


0 OS
From page A4
different locations from Palm City to
Sebastian. Mothers with their nursing
babies, and mothers-to-be, are wel-
come.
For directions to meetings, pr more
. information, call Sophy at (772) 233-
1883.

Organization recycles items
Keep Indian River Beautiful is ask-
- ing local businesses and individuals
mate donate.Hosweated, reusable rriaterg
rials to the,8eUse Exchange.Geriter.


Group posts
presentations to Internet
The Indian River Cotinty Exten-
sion Service now offers presenta-
tions on the Internet, created and
narrated by agents on agriculture,
environmental horticulture, pond
maintenance, irrigation, 4-H and
storm water pollution. The list of
available presentations will contin-
ue to grow.
Visit the Web site
http://iidian.ifas.ufl.edu for
updates.
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Prepaing your kids for hurricane season


Letters

We're here to stay

To the editor:

This is a special communique from Vero Beach Lin-
coln-Mercury: We appreciate the concerns our cus-
tomers have expressed to us about our future as reported
by the news media. We are very happy to report that our
dealership is here to stay. You can still depend on our
dealership to continually provide you, our loyal cus-
tomers, a stress-free environment to pttrchase your new
or used vehicle and provide you with ourtward-winmng
service on all makes and models for years to come.
Again, thank you for your loyalty for the past 34 years.
We are excited about the next 34.

David and Bill Williamson
Owners, Vere Beach Lincoln-Mercury

E<(itor's note* In the "In Brief" section of the ifay 18 edi-
tion ofHometown News, an item mentioned a number of
local ai4to dealerships that may hade potentially been
affected by Chrysler's recent announcement to close dolon
789 of its dealerships. Vero Beach Lincoln-Mercury owners
David and Bill Williamson sent the following piessage to
IIometown News to clanly that their store, which.also
carries the Jeep brand, is not dosing. Hometown News
regrets any confusion that may have resulted from the ini-
tial report.







Got something to say?

Call the Hometown Rants & Raves line at

465-5504
or e-mail neaks@homelownnewsol.com.
Callers are asked to refrain from making slanderous
statements. Statementsoffact will be checked for accura-
cy.


OW OWn, spee erS

Ilive oh Papaya Circle in Barefoot Bay and have for years.
I feel the need to com plain about the speeders that go 40-45
mph down our 25 mph road. We like to walk down the road
and walk our pets: And especially those who have sheriff
stickers on your cars. You should follow the laws. too.Ifyou
can't abide by our rules and laws, then maybe you should
live somewhere elie.

Don't judge a student by skin color

To the illegall Aliens at School" ranter, did you ask them if
they are illegal? Or is it because they have brown skin, so
they must be? Have you not heard of green cards? As fatas
closing the borders, your ex-president turned a blind eye
for eight years, so corporate farms arid ranches had cht-ap.
labor. Don't blame the new guy, he's trying to clean up all
the mess left by the previous incompetents.

NIOre about Illegal studentS

I would like to tell the person that wrote about the illegal
aliens in schools: what are they so:upset about? If the bor-
ders were closed, thell grear-grear grandparents wouldn't
have been allowed to get in to this coun try. You should have
been with those children who drowned in the water todaY
Every child deserves a chance.
Editor's note: These are in response to the rant Illegal
aliens at school," printed Alay 15.


Place blame on r ht person

We are in deficit due to billions for an illegal war, and the
deregulation of the financial industry, started by Reagan
and finished by Bush. Maybe the finger should be pointed
at the real culprits, the GOP in power in Washington, D.C.,
not the current president who's dealing with the garbage
that was left by them for him.

Rio many lawsuits

Aman goes into a bar, gets intoxicated,1eaves and drives
his Jeep Wrangles; off the road and the crash kills him. Need
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Assoaation, gets
lunch ready for
members of the
adult da care
program at the
Sebastian Senior -
Center last Friday.
Adult da care, social
entire and Meals on
WheelSafe juSt a feW
of the programs
offered at the center.
For inote inferina-
tion, call (772) 388-
5827









Cliff Partlew
staff photographer


assembling a kit to pass the
time, whether you evacuate
your home or remain. It
could include: .
*A few favorite books,
crayons and paper. .
*Puzzles, a board game, a
deck of cards.
*TWo favorite small toys,
dolls or action figures or
stuffed animals.
*A favorite blanket and
pnow;
*Photos of family and
pets.
*Other specialiteins that
will be a comfort.
Both the DOH and the
Florida Institute for Family
involvement, which helps
families with special needs
children, suggest keeping al
of a child's important
information together,
including a photo, birth
certificale, medical and
immunization record, list of
medications and contact
information.
Perhaps this is something
you and your children can
do together, making a .
booklet fbr each child that
they can decorate and
personalize. Store each one
inawater-proofzip-locked
bag, and put it with your
hurricane kit so you won't
forget to take it. If your child
takes medication, make
sure you have at least
several weeks of niedicine.


It is also a good idea to
limit access to television if
there is bad news bemg
replayed again and again. ,
This is true for all sorts of
news and not just hurri-
canes. So much of the news
is bad; try to limit viewing,
especially for younger
children.
If children or teens see
scenes of death and devas-
tation; talk to them in an
age-appropriate manner
and watch for symptoms of
depression, such as sleep
disturbance, lack of interest
in activities or substance
abuse.
For school-age children
and teens, suggest some-
thing they can do to help,
such as having lemonade
stand or a car wash to raise
money for kids in need.
Nowis also a good time to
watch for sales on canned
and packaged goods such as
tunavegetablesbreakfast
bars and evaporated milk or
long-life milk, such as
.Parmalat. Buying a little at a
time,.of1sale, will help your
budget and help you stay
out of long lines.
Ifyouhaveaninfantor
young child, check with
your doctor before a change
of diet:When you finish a
container or soda or juice,
See ALIVE, A8 ,


It's hard to believe that we
are talking about hurri-
canes again!
While we have had some
calm seasons, we have aR
learned that we need to
prepare our homes and take
responsibility for ensuring
we have supplies to get us
through, at the very least, a
few days withoui'power
There are many free
guides for hurricane
preparedness available,
including the one Home-
town Newi produces for the
Attlerican Red Cross; so I
thoughtlwould focus on
kids and how hurricanes
and other disasters affect
them.
After Hurricane Katrina,
we were all shocked to
dficover how vulnerable
children are ina disaster,
both physically and emo-
tionally.\Ve were dismayed
at pictilres of parerits
franticallysearchingfor
childreafromwhom they
were separated.
Now is a good time to sew
name tapes in;the clothing
of young children, including
the name and number of a
contactpersonoxitsideof
the area, so if phone service
is disrupted, a family
member or friend can take
the call and know the child
is safe.
Michaelklaney, division


ALIVE


.
director for prevention and
intervention in the Florida
Department of Health,
offers suggestions for
creating a family disaster
plan and handling the stress
a disaster such as a hurri-
cane places on families and
children.
Children fear that they
will be separated from their
family or left alone or that
someone will be hurt or
injured.Try to allay fears
while remaining realistic.
, "Yoil can never fully
prepare for a natural
disaster and you don't want
to instill a heightened sense
of anxiety." said Dr. Haney.
"The key iigood commu-
trication with your kids. If
you see something on the
news, talk with them about
how they feel and how they
think others are feeling. Talk
about what you would do if
somethinghappeneclin
your community and
reassure them that you will
do everything you can to
keep them safe!
The Department of
Health recommends


thebuilt-inWindowsview
options.
OKsotheprogramis
great for consolidating your
digital images into one
screen, but what else is it
good for? This may seem
like overkillif youthave:
managed to keep all your
digital images in one place
(such as your pictures
folder), but is the program
good for anything else?
Well, the answer to that is
an enthusiastic yes. ,
Picasa allows you to do
some basic editing of your
pictures without having to
launch another program.
Double click on one of the
thumbnail images, and the
picture loads into Picasa's
editing screen.
Now, remembers I said
this was a "basic" photos
editor. You won't be able to
do some of the advanced
stuff that a more in-depth
editor, such as PhotoShop
or Paint Shop Pro will let
you do, but it's a start.
Picasa will let you "clean
up" it picture in the most
ordinary ways with just a
click of a button.
It will let you remove that
evil "red eye" you get from
flash photography, straight-
en pictures and brighten


darkimages.Itletsthe
computer take its best shot
atautomaticallycleaning
up photo, according to
howit thinks the picture
should look.
Just click the "I'm feeling
lucky" button, and the
programwilladjust the
picture for the best opti-
mization. It visually does a
pretty good job.
Not happy with the
results? No problem. Click
the "undo" button, and the
picture reverts back to the
way it was before.
Picasa also makes
printing a breeze, allowing
you to print niultiple sizes
(up to 1,000 percent of the
original, spanned over
several pages), collages and
proof sheets,(hard copies of
yout thumbnail images).
The program will also
allow you to e-mail images
*
properly with just the click
ofa button. It re-sizes the
picture and optimizes it for
e-mail and sends it in a
universal format (.jpg).
This eliminates the
frustration you can run into
using other programs that
send to e-mailin a propri-
etary format or send the
pictures overly large.
See COMPUTE, A8


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r 1 ni t\ pieca n
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Rants
From page A6
proof that we have too many lawsuits? Some imscrupulous lawyers, denying the man was
at fault, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit agairist the owners of the property where the
accident occurred, which is quite unbelievable, because the toxicology report indicates the
man's blood was nearly three times over the legalliinit for intoxication,

QUESti0Ring fantS
Here are two questions about recent Rants and Raves: "What are teachers teaching:"
Where can I find the direct quote from National Bureau of Economic Research? I have
searched, but do notksow the exact title ofthe paper the writer was referring to.
And illegal alicils running around at school? How didthe writer know that the childrezi
running around were illegal? While brevity is important, sources and confirmation is more
important.
Editor's note: This is in tespohse to"Whatare teachers teaching?" printed May 8. The writer
didn't give the specific name of the paper and there are literally hundreds of papers on the
NationalEconomicBureau'sWebsitedealingwithediscdtionissues.Nordidheorsheprovide
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a sense of hope and
=:moneyand
personal possessions in
the world will not make us
truly happy without
becoming fruitful and
sharing happiness with
ther
o s. do it. It's th
u can I e
great secrebiivihng n your
sou since kn thaybel
t etFafe 11 's te re
tru er a ime to
go on the real search for
happiness. This isthe
priceless treasure living
Inside you this very
minute.
My greatest wish is that
you go on this most sacred
journey. Create hope with
positive thinking. Open
the fountain of love in
your great heart. Keep on
keeping on until you find
the supreme joy and bliss.
Then bring it out and set it
free. Your life is now
justified. You have found
your true spirit and are
using it to multiply,
survive and thrive. The
angels would be proud.
James Tucker can help
bring joy and renewed
hope in your life. A person-
alized astrology chart,
private reading, exciting
home or office pariv.
inspirationalgrouptal/c of
pa .life regression are just
a felt* of the set dices he
offers. Call (772.1 33-1-9487
or e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com for
details and prices.
Don't forget to go to
personalspiritguide.com
and sign up for your free
weekly inspirational
.message.
Patchington in the
Harbour BayPlaza at3762
S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart, is
conducting the first
summer psyc ic s oppzng
experience on June 3 from
11a.m.-4p.m.
Until next time, never
give up on your dream,
*your purpose and your
passibli.K eff&#kb&/Vikifoo
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11ancient manu-
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tance of the basic law of
survival of the soul: be
fruitful and multiply,
Everything created in
physical form starts with a
.. .
seed. This is true of a
human child, a flower in
the garden, events or
things we wish to create in
our lives that bring joy and
fulfillment.
The happiest people are
those who are passionate
and have a burning desire'
cause and deeper purpose
guiding their lives. At this
time in human evolution, .
maybe 5 or 10 percent of
people have found the
true purpose they were
born to fulfill.
An old.story says that
when human life was
created, the guardian
angels were debating
where to place the soul.
One angel said, "Let's -
place it on the highest
mountain." /
The others said, "No.
Humans are basically
good, but because of their
greed, will find it and
destroy it,, .
Another angel said,
"Let's place it in the
middle of the largest
desert.,,
The others said, "No, .
that won't work either.
They will eventually find it
arid destroy it.,,
A third angel said, "Let's
place it in the riddle of
the deepest, widest sea."
The otliers said, "No,
that won't work either.
, They will eventually find it
there, too, and destroy it.',
The fourth angel said, "I
know the perfect spot.
Let's place it deep within
the soul of man himself.
That's the last place he wiH
ever think to look."
All the othei; angels
agreed.Andsoitis.
Life in all its form
consists of three key
..elements: spirit, soil and
seed.
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kets. Search online for places
that hire teens.
Know your business. If
you want to work for a spe-
cific employer or are offered
an interview, find out as
much possible about that
business. Your knowledge is
sure to impress during an
interview.
First impressions matter.
Dress for success and be as
professionals possible. It is
best to be over-dressed or
"too professional" than not
enough. At the very least,
teens should wear clean,
pressed, well-fitting slacks
and dress shirts with clean,
appropriate shoes. '
Learn how to apply for a
job and prepare to hear
"no." Learn.how to complete
an application, prepare a
resume (even if you don't
have formal work experi-
ence) and make sure it
includes addresses, phone
numbers and other contact
information needed. And
remember: no one gets
accepted everywhere they
go. If an employer says they
don't need meone right
nowa-eply by saying, "If you


change your mind, please
give me a call. Iwillleave you
a copy ofmy resume.
Practice interviewing.
Practiced answers to routine
questions will help you
sound more professional
and you'll be less intimidat-
ed should the employer ask
something for which you are
not prepared.
Follow-up with employ-
ers. If you have an interview,
thank the employer and ask
when you might hear about
the job, so you can follow-up
if you don't hear back by that
time. Immediately send a
thank-you letter and rein-
. force why you would be best
for the position..
Be a good employee. Once
you're hired, always arrive on
time and show up everyday,
listen to instructions and be
a positive team player.
Oftentimes, one summer job
can.1ead to next year's sum-
mer job. I
Grades count. Get the best
grades possible. Sometimes
employers have to choose
between a .few candidates
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TREASURE COAST -
Teens who want to land a
summer job should begin
their search now, during
May.
According to job place
ment specialists at Work-
force Solutions, there are
fewer jobs available this year
compared to the number of
applicants and beginning a
search early, will help secure
employment.
"We are currently looking
at a 5:1 ratio of job seekers to
available job positions," said
Gwenda Thompson, presi-
dent of Workforce Solutions.
"It is more important than
ever for teen job jobseekers
to be well prepared for avery
competitive job market this
summer."
Workforce Solutions rec-
ommends the following tips.
for teen jobseekers:
Look everywhere, .talk to
everyone. Tell everyone you
know you are looking for a
job, even local businesses
you patronize, such as video
stores, banks or local mar-


power by whatever name
we call it. It is the life force
that is eternal and con-
stantly going through the
circles of birth, rebirth
and transformation,
The second element is
the soil, womb or soul. All
of these could be called
the growing medium. The
soil is the medium for
v station. The womb is
t medium for human
and most forms of animal
life, taki into considera-
h nbird tile
tion t at s, rep s
and other forms of life are
created from eggs or ova.
Then there is the soul.
This is the source of the
deeper mysteries that we
struggle trying to under-
stand in our journey
through life.
Life is sacred and
valuable in all its forms.
Self-reliatice and a deeper
understanding of the
mysteries should be the
No. 1 priority in every
human life on earth. The
real hunger we feel inside
will.never be satisfied
alone with the pursuit of
money. power. fame or
mater sal possesildns.
The deepest hunger is to
find our true purpose, go
inside, turn our thoughts
and ideas into the seeds of
desire for inner happiness,
impress them on the
subconscious mind and
sur nd them tao s rit.
creation, be fruitful and
multiply, hans in the
balance 8
The h iest eo le are
those who love to share
their lives and make
others h p as well. It
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FRIDAY, MAY 29
*The public is invited to a
book signing and discussion
at Indian River Estates ACT5
Retirement Community, at
1:30 p.m. in Vero Beach.
Authors from T he Indian
River Genealogy Society will
discuss the history and
.developmen(of.IndiaaRiver
County through pierule
postcards and their newly
released book The History ..
of IradiacoRiver Count\:".The
eventistree.Thelifecare
comnium11' is located'tivo
miles east of 1-95 on the
north side of Highway 60.
For more information. call
(772) 770 -0058.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
Recession Survival
Workshop starting at 5:15
p.m. at the Gifford Youth
Actituv Center at -1875 43rd
Ave., Vero Beach. The
workshops are free and open
to the public, snacks and
childcare are provided.
M trials, including the
recently updated and revised
"Recestion Surfital G uide"
will be made available for
free. Those interested in
attending should RSVP to
(772) 567-8900, Ext11..

THURSDAY, JUNE 4

*James Grippando will-
host a talk, question and
answer session, and auto-
gs;aph for his novel, latentt to
Kill," at the Vero Beach Book
Center, 2145 lildian River
Blvd., Vero Beach, At 7 p.m.
Event is free and own to the
public. For tnme informa-
tion, or to reserve auto-
graphid books, call[772)
569-2050, or (88/?) 732-3226. .


1.0,? A7
vbo seem the same. Getting
good grades can help you
standout as the "one "
Volunteer. Although it's
[ou to get experience on
your resume, you can par-
ncipate in commumty acov-
ities gndlor volunteer to
improve your resume. These
activities will make you
shine in the eyes of some-
one looking for employees.
Get assistance with your
search. Besides telling
e due you knok; Work-
force Solutions offers free
assistance with Writing
resumes, practicing inter-
view skills and looking foi
open positions.
To learn more, visit your-
workforcesolutions.com.
Workforce Solutions is a
private, nonprofit corpora-
tion whosebmission is to pro-
oe th u e di c
tion of workforce 'develop-
ment activities and services
in the four-county area,
including1ndian River Mar-
tin, Okeechobee and St. Lucie
counties


discotiWed from ancient
Spanish ships wrecked in
1715. off of Indian River
County's coast. Open seven
days a week from 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Admission is 51 for ages
6 years and older. Located at
13180 Al 1, vero Beach,
north of Coun [v Road 510.
For more information, call
17."21 589-21 1,".
*Environmental Learning
Center: Art elevated board-
walk creates trail through a
mangrole forest, butterfly
garden, native plant garden,
wetlabsandmore.Also*
there are canoe tours,
workshops and other
acti .one-hour tours offered.
throughout the week. There
is no admission charge.
Visitors can also see the
Floridacracker-stylehome
pSoae au m Jacksa
noon. The center is located
at 255 Live Oak Drive, Veto
Bhach, south of the Wabasso
Bridge. For knore information
call (772) 589-5050, or visit
www.elcweb.org.
*ORGA* Enjoy the Oslo
Riverfront Conservation
Area, 350 acres along the
Indian River Lagoon in
southern Indian River
County. The trail system
takes you through a variety of
distinct natural communi-
ties. A canopy of live oaks,
orchids, wild coffee bushes,
mangrove wetlands and
wildlife are part of the
experience. There is a bird
watching observation
platform and tower and the
"awesome pine," the largest
slash pine tree in the world'
Park is open daily from dawn
to dusk, with weekly and
monthly-guided nature
walks. There is no admission
charge. Call (772).778-7200,
Ext. 173


.
*Boating safety course for
the novice and expenenced
boater, from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
. at 1245 Alain Street, Sebast-
lan. Cost 1 535. For infoima-
tion, call 0 2.158.9-5823.
Dance Space Spectacu-
lar will be held at the Vero
Beach High School Pertorig-
ing Arts Center at I p.m. and
7 p.m. Tickets are $18 and ar
on sale at each studio and
will be available at the door.
Allseatingisreserved.The
Vero Beath High School
Performing Arts Center is
located gt 1707 16th St.,Vero
Beach. For rnore inform
tion. call (?"'2) 56?-0006 or
the Sebastian srudio at I. 22)
228-9002.

ONGOING EVENTS
*Pelican Island National
wildlife Refuge host guided
beginning bird watching
tours on Saturdays from 8-11
a.m. The volunteer-guided
tours will visitBird's
Impoundmenfitail and the
newly reopened Centennial
Trail. The toixrs will run
through March 2008. Flo
reservations are required.
For more information, call
the refuge at (772) 562-3909,
Ext.275, or visitfws.gov/peli
canislandlevents
*Indian River Citrus
Museum tells the story and
preserves the artifacts,
photographs and memora-
bilia of the pioneers who
established the most
. distinguished citrus fruit in
the world. Open Tuesday
through Friday 10 a.m.-4
p.m., in the Heritage Center,
2140 14th Ave., Vero Beach.
For more information call
(772) 770-2263,


ht e arti acts, s tes an
structures related to Indian
River County heritage and
offers maps arid directions to
sites of historic interest
throughout the county The
society is housed in a 1993
Vero Beach Train Statioh,
located at 2336 14thAve.,
Vero Beach; and is open
MondayWednesday and
Friday, 10 a.m.-1p.m.For
more information. call 6772)
,-78-3&45.
*VeroBeachMuseumof
Art features exhibitions of
international, national and
state irnportaxice are shown
throughout the year in four
galleries. The museum also
houses a gift shop store and
is theilargest teaching ,
museumschoplinFlorida.It
'ps iro atr e v30 1BRivelrs
rnore information, call (772)
231 -old," .
*McKeb Botanical Garden
is an 18-acre botanical
garden listed on the National
Register of Historic Places
and endorsed by.the Garden
Conservancy. This Florida
hammock offers a diverse
botanical collection, as well
as several restored architec-
. tural treasures, the Hall bf
giantss and Spanish Kitchen,
Self-guicled tours are
availableThesday through
Saturday from 10 a.m.-5
p.m., and Sunday from
noon-5 p.m. It is closed
Monday and rnajor holi-
days. Admission is $6 for
adults, $5 for seniors and
$3.50 for children. It is
located at 350 U.S. 1, Vero
Beach. It also has a gift shop,
library and caf6. Call (772)
794-0601, or www.mckeegar-
den.org.
*McLartyTkeasure
Museum features treasures


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From page A6
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rinse it out well and fill it
with water. Even if you don't
use it for drinking, have
supplies foriperson
hyF OTe ink on
about hurricane prepared-
ness, visit the Web site of the
Department of Health at
www.doh.state.fl.us.
Let's hope we don't need
to use the information in
the near future, but let's be
prepared.
ShelleyKolipel is the
former editor of"Today's
HealthCare" magazine and a
memberoftheNational
Association ofScience
Writers.E-mailquestions to
skoppel@bellsouth.net.


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Sean McCarthy fixes computers.
He can be reached at (772) 408-
0680 or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


digital pictures, go to the Web -
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click the "take a tour of Picasa"
link near the bottom of the page;
you may be surprised at just how
powerful this program actually is.


photos into any sequence you
like, and create sci-een savers,
photo CDs, special slide shows
and more.
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FRIDAY, JUNE S

*Splash party for middle
School students at the North
County Aquatic Center trom
7-10 p.m Students can enjoy
music, pizza, and prizes
while dancIng on the dec k
for a cost of $3 per person.
Advance tickets are available
at the North Couis Aquatic
Center by lune 4 for 52. Pre-
sale tickets wB be on sale
May 26-fune 4. Students
ediust have proof of school ID
orcurrentachoolsemester
schedule foi entrance into .
the event.For more inform&-
tion, call 72) 581-7865.
*"A Touchofthe'Itopics"
by gallery member I)awn
Mill; will have an opening
recepnon from 5-7 p.m.
Exhibitwillbeopenfrom a
June 1- Juhe 30. The Galle
is located at 44 Royal Palm
Poin1, Vero Beach. Hours:
Wednesday, Thursday, *
Friday, 11a.m.-3 p.m.,
Saturday 11 a.m.-2 p.m. For
more information, call (772)
299- 234, or.visit
www.artistsguildgallery\rer-
obeach.com. -
SATURDAY JUNE 6
r
*LoPiesti SpeedMer-
chant's First Saturday of the
Month Fly-in event will start
at 9 aan.with breakfast,
followed by guest host
speaker Scott Smith of Aspen
'Avionics from 10-11:30 a.m.
This month's event will
benefit the Friends of Saint
Sebastian River. Flyin, walk
in, or drive in at theVero
Beach Airport, north ranips
I OPresti Hangar, 2620
Airport North Drive. All
. welcome. Fo more informa-
tion call (772) 562-4757.


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She became an icon of
the late 1970s with
mane of tousled
blonde hair, toothsome
smile and wholesome
beauty that made men
weak-kneed and women
green with jealousy,
She was one of "Charlie's
Angels" a hit TV show and
though she left the show
after one season, her
quintessential California .
girl mystique has endured
to this day.
But as I write this,
Farrah Fawcett, 62, lies in
a California hospital room
dying of rectal cancer

ihidh a ad e
according to news reports,
Only a miracle will save
her.
a That luxurious iong hair,
her trademark, is gone,
according to her long"
time partner, actor Ryan
O'Neal.
The gutsy glamour girl
shaved her own head
leaving only the bangs
when chemotherapy made
her hair begin to fall out.
And if she can mitster .
even a hint of that once
gleaming smile, it would
seem incongruous on a
face gaunt from the ravage
ofdisease
Asifthebattleforlife
were not bad enough. the
progression of her illness,
Ireatmentsanddeteriolat-
Ing condition hate been
closely reported by the
press.
The cruelly of cancer is,
as many know, 4 heavy
load a bear for the
patient and loved ones.
For the process to unfold
so publicly is nearly
unfathomable
News re orts note '
however, that she is
bearing up under the
added strain with grace'
dignity and resolve.
The Texas-born actress
attended the University of
Texas before leaving to
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Week of 5-29-2009
Aries-March 21-April 19
You know what you want, so
the challenge is already half
met. Now is the time to take
action to set your dreams
underway. If you do, abun-
dance will be .the outcome.
Keep on keeping on. Never
give up. Quitting is not in
your vocabulary. Go inside,
find this magic, bring it out
and set it free. You are now
on the winning side of life.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
Life is good. You continue to
make steady, forward
progress. You are so accom-
plished. Just don't go too
fast. Maybe it's time for a
break. Slow down a little.
Make a list of your top priori-
ties. Leave lesser ones alorie.
Catch a second wind .and
then move forward with
gusto. You are a role model
and a true inspiration to all
who know you.

Gemini-May 21-lune 21

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projects forward. It's time to
make your causes known.
Sow new seeds and ideas
and grow.new flowers and
causes. You are Gerflini, the
great communicator of the
writtqp and spoken word.
Speak your truth arid let your
desires be known.
Cancer- June 22-July 22
Your emotional capacity is so
enormous. You are more
powerful than you realize.
Your love of spirit, friends
and family is legend. You
keep us all together. Just be
sure to create a little positive
movement and rhythm in
your life as well. You are
important too you know.
New rewards are on the way.
Be open to receiving them.
Leo-July23-Aug.22
Pay a lot of attention to
details right now. It is better
to be over prepared than
under. Go ahead. Take action
on your causes and move
thern forward. They will take
root and grow because of
paying attention and taking
care of the details first. Now
let your actions speak along
with your words and remark-
able results are on the way.

Virgo-Aug.23-Sept.22
Your determination is conta-
gious. ,You never give up.
This is a wonderful gift. You
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Photo courtesy of Dawn Mill
'River Reflections,' an oil paintirig by Dawn Mill, is part of 'A Touch oi the Tropics,' an art exhibit at the Artists Guild
Gallery in Vero Beach, featuring works by Ms. Mill. An opening reception will be held froin 5-7 p.m. on Friday,
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Art show has touch of a tropical feel


She is presently an
instructor at the Vero
Beach Museum of Art and
the Vero Beach Senior
Resource Center. She also
.teaches art as a volunteer
at Highlands Elementary
School. -
She is considered by
her peers And art critics
to be a master of oils,
acrylics and watercolors
and her award-winning
works have appeared in
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Gallery, located at 44
Royal Palm Point in Vero
Beach, off Indian River
Boulevard,. is presenting
the art show featuring
works by Dawn Mill, a
renowned painter and art
instfuctot at the Vero
Beach Museum of Art.
The opening reception
for the show, which will
be on exhibit at the
gallery from June 1
through June 30, is Fri-
day, June 5, from 5 to 7


p.m.
The public is invited to
attend this free event to
meet the artist and view
other works on display by
gallery artists and con-
signors,
Ms. Mill earned her
bachelor of arts degree at
the University of Central
Florida w in Orlando, and
also studied at a Rollins
College in Winter Park, as
well as al the Orlando Art
Museum.


Barbara Yoresh
tertainment writer
VERO BEACH Tech-
nically speaking, the
Treasure Coast is not a
tropical climate zone, Btit
the area's semi-tropical
lushness, plus locales fur-
ther south and in the
Caribbean, has inspired a
summertime art show
that celebrates "A Touch
of the Tropics."
The Artists Guild


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainmentwriter
The snowbirds have pretty much
returned to their northern summer
nests and the harried pace of winter
season activities has mercifully
slowed to more reasonable sched-
ules.
For many year-round residents of
the Treasure Coast, the spring and
summer months are the best time to
enjoy a host of outdoor activities as
well as cultural and entertainment
opportunities.
Local music venues also keep on-
going programs of live entertain-
ment for your listening pleasure and
there are several special themed
events planned, as well.
Check these entertainment pages
and listings often throughout the


sumnierfor thelatestschedules.
For those who want to explore
their own creative talents, the Vero
Beach Museum of Art is presently
offeritig registration for its simmer
art classes, which begirr June 15.
Author/educator Suzanne Fox will
offer two creative writing classes at
the museum including "Book Pub-
lishing Basics" to be held Saturday
Jime 20 or Saturday Aug. 8 and "De-
Clutter Your Creativity" on Saturday,
July 18.
For those who want to refine their
drawing and painting Malls, area
artist/instructors Elise CArter. Dawn
Mill, Dawn MUer, Vickie Marsarigo,
Marlene Evans Putnam and Kathy
Staiger offer a comprehensive list of
classes working in various media.
Ceramics instructor Sean Clinton
will explore the process of raku and


help students learn techniques to
fostertheirowncreativestyle.
Instructor Mary Segal will offer a
one-day monotype workshop focus-
ing on the use of fresh.flowers in
print making.
For more information, call the Vero
Beach Museum of Art at (772) 231-
0707,Ext.116.
The ever-popular "Downtown Fri-
day" events return twice this sum-
mer to :historic downtown Vero
Beach. ,
Wowntoted Eriday's Bike Night" is
set for Friday, June 26 from 5;30 to
8:30 p.m. and will feature live music,
motorcycles, children's activities,
food, beverages and furi for the
entire family centered on 14th Street
between 20th and21st Streets.
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ity. this area, further south and soothe and speak to our
Another < painting enti- the Caribbean area," Ms. need for the wildness of
tied "River Reflections" Mill said. ., pristine nature.
portrays a primeval view of Her appreciation for Fortunately for us, artists
s arid shimmering .waters and tropical settings and including Ms. MBs recog-
e widely reflectell trees. foliage ha@ grown and nize our longing for sereni-
rs around Human figures are miss- developed during the 25 ty in a jumbled, fast-paced
ad. ing from these inviting set- years she has lived in the world. Gazing at these
of display tings to give art viewers an area. paintings gives one a joyful
, entitled opportunity to imagine "I (finally) fell in love respite from everyday life. e
t Adams themselves in the depicted with palm trees but I used "Painting to me is like '
scenes. to think of them as looking breathing; I have to do it. I
painting, "I hope people see the like Pophicle sticks. have to get all those won-
be drawn feeling that is here in Vero "But each one is so dif- derful ideas out of my head
vista of a Beach, Florida, and the fervent. I'm also fascinated for people to enjoy and I
ch leads, tropics and visualize them- by flowers and foliage, and have so many ideas that I
sthway; to selves there," Ms. MW said. I lean to things in much just can't, paint fast
ba porch She. noted she is con- more graphic and realistic enough," Ms. Mill said.
a person stantly inspired by the way than in the abstract,"
area's natural beauty. Ms. Mill said. For more information
world has "I'm inspired when I look These works are easily about 'H Touch of the Trop-
I and we around to views just within identifiable as the most ics," call (772) 299-1234\or
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old-time chose the-title "A Touch of views within a tropicall w w w ar l .Ists -p
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paintings using her nude body as a
brush.
She had an out-of-wedlock son
named Redmond with Mr. O'Neal in
1985 and that apparently troubled
young man is presently in jail on
drug charges.
Mr. O'Neal has also had his rom-i s
with the law and cancer.
Ms. Fawcett, in all her form<
blonde and beautiful glory, i
bald, terminally-ill cancer p
who is bedridden and wait a
miracle or to meet her maker.
Quite some time ago, I learned that
it is unwise to ever envy anyone else.
And as I sometimes say, the grass is*
always greener elsewhere until you
have to mow the lawn.
I hope Farrah gets the miracle that
her loved ones and fans want for her,
It is almost beyond comprehension
to remember her as "angel" Jill,
Munroe and recall that swimsuit
poster and juxtapose those images
with her present condition.
She was, is, an icon who 30-plus
years ago personified the American
ideal of beauty.
And we who watched her meteoric
rise to fame will remember our
blonde "angel" and be reminded that
beauty and life are fleeting and so
very precious.


cancer later in their careers in a '
somewhat bizarre triumviral associ-
ation. .
Ms. Smith and Ms. Jackson have,
thus far, survived. It would seem that
Ms. Fawcett brill not.
I envied her looks once, and I am
sure I was not alone in that.
Although she was older than I am,
she had that hair, those teeth and
that lissome body on which fat
would find no foothold, even into
her later years.
When one is a short-haired
brunette with "roundness," it is not
hard to covet such resplendent
ectomorphic beauty.
But here we are all these years .
later. I am still short-haired, now
graying and round, but I am healthy,
thank God. I lio longer envy her but
rather, gite thanks for all that is good
in my life.
In the interim, her life and career
hit some incredible highs as well as
some reputation ruining lows.
At times, she appeared to have
gone off the deep end of life with
what appeared to be drug or alcohol
use that left her discombobulated
during several television show
appearances.
In her late 40s, she posed for
"Playboy" magazine and produced


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pursue a modelinglacting career.
The golden girl met an equally
golden boy in Lee Majors who
attracted attention during a stint on
the TV show "Big Valley" starring
Barbara Stanwyck and later as the
"Six Million Dollar Man." ,
The two married in 1973 as their
respective careers were about to
skyrocket and it is perhaps that fame
and demands of career that drove
the final wedge into their marriage
by.1982.
She attained world renown in the
late 1970s, when she posed in a red
bathing suit for a poster.
Abolit 8 million posters were sold,
and not since Betty Grable had
similarly posed for a WWII poster
had there been such a stir.
Women copied her feathered, long
hairstyle and men tacked up the
poster on walls to ogle and dream.
Some references to her report that
from 1976-77 Ms. Fawcett Was the
station's leading female star and as I
recall, she was.
Hei'Charlie's Angels" co-stars and
friendsJaclyn Smith and Kate
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Scopes
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always have a vision and a
dream. You are the eternal
optimist, always giving oth-
ers the benefit of the doubt.
Your spiritual and emotional
growth has been great this
year. Be open and read the
signs that much increase is
on the way. You are so
deserving,

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
Your continuing belief and
faith in others is the spark
that keepsyour heart open.
Your greatest joy comes
when your family and
friends are safe and happy.
You have courage. like few
others. Your joy, love and
faith are the foundation and
tools that ide ur life
This iritua radar ntinues
spd th h all of
dgus e you roug
s storms.

Scorpio-Oct.23-Nov.21
You have universal protec-
tion. At the last minute,
when it seems like it may
not work out, a ray of light
comes from your spirit to
light your way and lead you
on to victory in your quest,
Keep your visions strong and
ground your ideas by writing
them down. Now the uni-
verse will go to work and
increase your greatest
desires.

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Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You continue to create a
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have had it m you all along
to do great work like this.
You know how to make the
magic happen. It all comes
from mspirations from the
universe, rising up through
the soul and an open heart,
and poppmg mto the mind.
You are the deepest master
of this greatest divme pm-
ciple.
Star visions
James Tucker can help bring
joy and renewed hope in
your life. A personalized
astrology chart, private read-
ing, exciting .home or office
party, inspirational group
talk or past life regression
are just a few of the special
services he offers. Call (772)
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James Tucker and Chantel
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Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Short- and long-term suc-

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ing a new project, check
with your inner guidance. If
it feels like fun and you
want to do it, proceed for-
ward. If you are undecided
and feel struggle, don't act.
Using the instincts and
inner guidance insures
positive results, if you are
open and trusting '
-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
YoCapr oe activities are
speeding up. What used to
take a year to accomplish
now takes three to six
rhonths or less. Why?
Because of your spintual
and universal growth. No
more jumping around on
less important things. Con-
sult your closest friends
and advisors before making
major decisions. Major suc-
cess is now on the way,

A4uarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You have the fire and desire
to get the job done. This is
no time to rest on your lau-
rels. Start each day with
passion, determination and
the attitude that you have
all the tools to move for-
ward. Your life is an adven-
ture. Stay excited and moti-
vated. You are on a quest of
discovery of life's greatest
and richest rewards.


"Totally Teen Summer Sizzler" begins with a
music mixer kick-off party is set for 2-4 p.m.
for teens in grades six through 12. The program
is the first in a summer weekly series for teens
and will feature live music, refreshments and
more. The program is conducted in partnership
with the Boys & Girls Club and will feature
diverse events each Wednesday at the county's
main library, located at 1600 21st St. In down-
town Vero Beach. For more information, cal
Marla at (772) 770-5060, Ext 4121.

SATURDAY, JUNE 20

McKee Botanical Garden's fifth annual
Water Lily celebration is set for 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. The event is open to the public. Garden
and landscape enthusiasts are mvited for an
educational and fasanating morning of garden
tours, water lily viewing, guest lectures, demon-
strations, plant displays and more. Regular
admission fees apply. From 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
coffee and croissants and a self-guided stroll to
view night blooming lilies is available for $5 for
garden members and $10 for hon-members'
Reservations are requested. McKee Botanical
Garden is located at 350 U.S. I in Vero Beach.
General admission fees are $7 for adults, $6 for
seniors, $4 for children ages 5-12. Members of
the garden receive free admission. Hours of
operation are Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to
5 p.m.; Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. and closed
Monday. For more information, cal (772) 794-
0601 or visit www.mckeegarden.org.

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 Joily 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, call
the Cultural Council at (772) 770-4857.

THROUGH Jill.Y 2009
Riverside Children's Theatre, 3280.
Riverside Park Drive in Vero Beach.
Summerstage '09 auditions for "Big River" at
the Agnes Wahistrom Youth Playhouse, May 29
at 4 p.m. and May 30 at 2 p.m., for ages'l2
and up. The show will be performed at Anne
Morton Theatre at 7:30 p.m., July 24, 25 ancI
31; also at 1:30 p.m. July 25, 26 and Aug. 1.


THROUGH SUNDAY, MAY 31
The artists Guild Gallery's second annual
Invitational Art Exhibit featuring a variety of
works will be featured throughout the month of
May. The gallely is located at 44 Royal Palm
Pointe in Vero Beach. For more information, call
(772) 299-1234.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3
The Southeast Gallery of Photographic Art
located at 1446 19th Place, Suite 100 in
downtown Vero Beach is presenting a "Sea &
Shore Photography Exhibit" and artists' recep-
tion from 7-9 p.m., which is open to the public.
The exhibit will be on display from June 1
through July 31 and will encompass underwa-
ter, nauticatand coastal photographic interpre-
tations in more than 30 images by 14 photo-
graphic artists. Refreshments will be served. For
more information, call(772) 643-6994 or (772)
834-5828 or visit online at www.southeast-
galleryofphotographicart.com.
SUNDAY, JUNE7
The Social Justice Film Series is presented
to the community by the Unitarian Universalist
Fellowship ofVero 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 environmental
issues. Featured in the film is Van Jones, the
founder of Green for All and current special
advisor to the White House Council on Environ-
mental Quality for Green Jobs, Enterprise and '
Innovation. 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 inore information, callp72)
778-5880. -

SAFURDAY, JUNE 13
-The ammal Dance Space Spectacular .
show will be held at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the
Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Center,
located at 1707 16th St. Dance performance
styles will include jazz, ballet, lyrical, modern,
tap and hip-hop. Tickets are $18 and all seating
is reserved. For more information, call the Vero
Beach Dance Space studio at (772) 562-0006
or the Sebastian studio at (772) 228-9002.

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Cubanelle peppers ,
3 cups plain bread
crumbs
Three cloves garlic,
minced
One can flat fillets of
anchovies with oil
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped; or 1
tablespoon, dried
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
1/2-cup canola oil

Cut stem end off pep-
pers, remove seeds, wash
and drain.
Mash or chop the
anchovies and add tb the
remaining ingredients,
along with the anchovy oil.
Loosely stuff peppers,
getting the bread crumb
mixture as far down into .
the tip as possible.
Fry peppers in small
amount of canola oil or try
this method for an easy
and much lower-fat
version. Place stuffed .
peppers in a baking dish.
Drizzle with oil and bake,
uncovered, at 375 degrees
for 30-40 minutes, turning
once.


Note: I do not use olive
oil in this recipe; the flavor
is too strong,

STUFFED ZUCCHINI

Regular and low fat
Serves 2-3
Zucchini makes an
unusual and delicious
entree when stuffed. Little
meat goes a long way.
Two medium-sized
zucchini
1 tablespoon extra virgin
olive oil
1/2-pound "fat-free"
freshly ground beef, or
half ground beef and half
Italian sausage removed
from casing
Five whole scallions
(green onions chopped
One large clove garlic,
finely chopped
One large egg or two egg
whites
Two 1-inch-thick slices of
day-old Italian bread
One handful grated
Romano cheese
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Editor's note: This column
originally appeared May30,
2008.
Hello, smart shoppers:'
I hope you had
good week. A reader
request for stuffed peppers
made me think. To get kids
to eat vegetables, simply .
stuff 'em!
Enjoy and see you next
week.

STUFFED PEPPERS
Serves four to six

Everyone has a different
recipe for stuffed peppers.
Mine is an Italian recipe
with a twist.
. My family likes a lot of
gravy with everything. As
I've told you before, never
throw leftover meat

.yu e been d, it freezes
great. If you don't have any
frozen gravy, use prepared,
packaged or canned, low
fat

Four large, sweet bell '
peppers, any color
1 pound fresh ground


"fat-free" beef
Two large eggs, or equiva-
lent egg substitute; or
three egg whites
Two medium clothes
garlic, chopped
1 teaspoon salt
1/2-teaspoon black
pepper
Five or six sprigs fresh
Italian parsley, chopped;
or 1 tablespoon, dried
Handful grated Romano
cheese
4 tablespoons rawwhite
nee

Note: When using fresh,
"fat-free" beef, add 1-2
tablespoons olive oil. .
Cut peppers in haf, .
lengthwise, remove stem .
and seeds, or cut tops off,
remove the seeds and stuff
them whole. Ilirefer them.
halved.
Mix the remaining.
ingredients together. Stuff
peppers loosely. Place in
pan, top with satice..

SAUCE
.
One 14-ounce can whole.
tomatoes


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with the
Grammy Guru
ARLENE BORG

One medium onion,
chopped
1/2-teaspoon garlic
powder
1/2-teaspoon salt
1/2-teaspoon pepper
1 to 2 cups gravy

Chop tomatoes and add
liquid to remaining ingredi-
eats. Whisk together
thoroughly; spoon over
peppers. Cover with foil,
and bake at 350 for about 1
hour; these are delicious ,
with rice.

CUBANELLE
STUFFED PEPPERS
This recipe is from my
internal grandma. The ,
ingredients are unusual.
The flavor is amazing;
superb at a party.
.
15 large or about 20 small


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adult librarian. the sounds of your favorite
sub ,iaied activities for discosongs.
younger children emalso Itk=augreat way to2redivA
being planned and will be the 1970s, recapture all the
announced. dancing, fun of "Saturday
"We'll do a different event Night Fever" (though per-
every Wednesday and so far, haps without John Travdita's
we have three bands coming white leisure suit) arid be a
for the Music Bash kick-off part of a great costume
on Jutie 17,'; Ms. Goodman party to benefit the muse-
said. um.
A Tickets are $50 per person
gamelimprovi ation/drame and include a wide assort-
day is set for June 24 fol- ment of hors d'oeuvres and
lowed by a "Great Debate" complimentary beer and
on July 1; a creative arts wine.
project oh July 8; Hallpween Last year's event was a
in July sit for July.15; a July complete sell-out with a
22 talent show and a waiting list. Museum mem-
karaoke pizza party on July bers will receive invitations
29. m July and the public is also
Registration is requested welcoine to attend.
for the events and refresh- Foimoreinformationcall
ments will be served. (772) 231-0707.
For more information, dall Riverside Theatre will
Marla at (772) 770-5060, Ext., offer summer comedy.zone
4121. stand-up comedy perform-
Following its overwhelm- ances and Riverside Chil-
ingly successful dren's Theatre has a host of
Beatles/Magical Mystery summer events..and classes
Tour-themed fundraising for yoting thespians.
party last summer, organiz- For more information
ers at the Vero Beach Muse- about specific dates and
unt of Art are planning events, call Riverside The-
another fun-filled, musical atre at (772) 231-5860;
bash with "Disco Night Riverside Children's Theatre
1
Fever" on Saturday, Aug. 15 at (772) 234-8052 or visit ]
from 6:30 to 10 p.m. both venues online at
Break out those platform willw.riversidetheatre.com.


On Friday, July 31, a new
theme "ITowt(townFriday's
summerin the arewin
undoubtedly make f baby
boomers recall the 1966
chart block-buster by the
Lovin' Spoonful entitled
"Stinimer in the City."
The center of fun will con-
verge one block north of the
usual action to the fiont of
-the Heritage.Center on 14th
Street and the fun will enjoy
extetided holirs from 3:30 to
8:30 p.m.
Childrenwillbeinvitedto
attending their swimsuits,
while the Vero Beach Fire
Department hoses them
down while the children
slide ohinflatables. .
Qther activities wilt
include a display by Busch
Wildlife, as well as an ice
cream social, Christmas in
July market and a farmer's
market earlier in the day. ,
for rnore information, call
the Main Street Vero Beach
office at (77?) 480-8353.
'Tweens- and teens in
grades six through 12 will
enjoy a / "Summer Sizzler
Music Mixer" kickoff party
on Wednesday, June. 17 at
the Indian River County
Main Library located at 1600
21st St. in downtown Vero
Beach.
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welcome. For more information,
call (321) 388-9047.
Humanists at Barefoot Bay
meets the second Saturday of
every month at the South Main-
land Library, 7921 Ron Beatty
.Blvd., Micco, at 2 p.m. All compas-
sionate and critical thinkers are
invited.
For more information, call (772)
664-0170, or e-mail
downcast go@bellsouth.nete
TOPS 641: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly, Chapter No. 641 meets


every Thursday at the Roseland
Fire Department, located on 129th
Court, off Roseland Road in Sebas-
tian. Weigh-in is from 7:45 to 8:30
a.m..and the meeting starts at 8:30
a.m. For information call (772)-
589-8445.
TOPS 470: Take Off Pounds
Sensibly, Micco Chapter No. 470
meets every Friday at 10:30 a.m. at
the South Mainland LibrAry, 7921
Ron Beatty Blvd., Micco, next to
Barefoot Bay. New members are
always welcome. For more infor-


nation, call (772) 388-3984.
Rotary Club of Sebastian
meets at 12:15 p.m. every Thurs-
day at Sebastian River Medical
Center, 13695 U.S. 1, Sebastian,
For more information, call (772)
360-5837or visit www.sebastianro-
taryclub.org.
Quilting bee: Join the ladies of
Christ the King Lutheran Church
for quilting the second and fourth
Wednesday everymonthat9:30

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at 777 37th St., Suite D-105, Vero
Beach, on the second and fourth
'Wednesdays of each month, from
6 to 7:30 p.m. Family members
and loved ones are also welcome
. to attend. For more information,
call (772) 569-9788.
Treasure Coast Archeological
Society for Treasure Hunting and
Metal Detecting .meets the first
Wednesday of each month at 7:30
p.m. in the North County Indian
River Library on County Road 512
in Sebastian. Anyone interested is


day evening at 6 p.m.
On Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m. Eide
Monahan instructs a one hour gyrpkinesis
class. The technique incorporates breathing
and fluid yoga movements to open aird
strengthen you.
Qi gong class, an ancient Chinese system
of postures, exercises, breathing techniques,
and meditation, is held 10:30 a.m. every
Wednesday.
OliThursday evenings at 6 p.m. there is a
one hour reiki class. Reiki is a Japanese tech-
nique for stress reduction and relaxation
that promotes healing.
Sunday morning worship celebration is
' held at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Childcare is avail-
able for _both services and children's classes
are held every Sunday at 11a.m.
For more information, call (772) 562-1133
or visitwww.unityofvero.com.
1Yewcoriters are always welcome at Unity
Center ofVero Bedch. The church is locatedat
950 43rdAve., Veto Beach.

New Life Baptist Church

Edge Student Ministries, the church's
yoilth minis try meets every, Wednesday
evening from 6 to 8 pm. There are lots of
new activities; admission is free and the
evemng is packed with games, snacks and
fellowship. All students, regardless of church
affiliation, in grades 6-12 are welcome to
at end this interactive, fun-filled weeldy get
together.
Edge JR is a children's Triinistry for K-6th
grade every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. arid
on Sunday at 9:304.m. All children are wel-
come to this fun-filled, highly interactive
prograin;.admission is free.
Children, women and add Sunday


at 9 a.m. Children's Sunday school starts at
10 a.m. following the children's message.
Friendship Crossroads Thrift Shop is
qpen for business on Tuesday, Thursday, Fri-
day, and Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For
niore information, call the shop at (772)
581-8155.
The church is located one block north of
Main Street at 1405 Louisiana Ave., Sebasti
ian. For more information, call the church
ofice at (772) 589-5656.

. . RIV0tSide Church

Open prayer meeting is held every Tues-.
day froni noon to 2 p.m. You are welcome to
come to the church arid 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
niusic, fun, gaines and a Bible service at thy
church, for students in grades 6-12 begins at
5 p.m.,every Wednesday. Admission is free
and free transportation is available in the
Sebastian area.
10pact Girls' Club, a Christian club for
girls in kindergarten throup 12th grade,
meets at the church 6:30 p.m., Thursday
evening meetings. The girls learn about
cooking, camping, crafts,..community, mis-
signs, friendship, overcoming peer pressure,
careers and purity.
A chapter of Royal Rangers, one of
America's largest and foremost adventure,
camping and mentoring programs for boys
and young nien in grades one throxigh 12,
meets 6 p.m. every Friday.
Sunday worship service is held at 8:15
a.m. and .10:45 a.m., Kingdom Kids for chil-
dren in grades K-5 is held at the same time.
This program includes Bible lessons kids
can understandand qpplyto their lives, plug


games and prizes.
Newcomers are welcome at Riverside
Church, located at 11205 Roseland Road, 2
miles west of U.S. 1, Sebastian. For addition-
al information, call (772) 589-7825.

King's Baptist Church
.
A quilting group meets 9:30 a.m. every
Friday in Room l21 at the church.Newcom-
ers are always welcome and there is no
charge to participate.
Awfma, .a Bible-based program with
extra emphasis oh Scripture memory for
children ages 3 through the sixth grade is
held every Wednesday evening at 6 p.m.
Teens iix grades 7-12 are invited to X-treme
Litres, a time of worship and small group
Bible study, on Wednesday evenings from 6-
7130 p.m. Adult Bible study begins at 6:30
p.m. every Wednesday.
Young adults are invited to the new "20
Something" class at 9 a.m. on Sundays. The
Bible class focuses on issues addichallenges
facing young adults as they continue educa-
tion or start a new career; it meets in room
125.
Sunday worship services are held at 9
a.m. and 10:30 a.m. with an evening service
at 6 p.m. At 5 p.m., children in first through
sixth grades are invited to participate m
children's choir where they learn *basic
music skills and perform songs and musi-
cals. They meet in the Awana Auditorium;
everyone is welcome and there is rio cost.
The church is located at 3235 58th Ave.,
Vero Beach. For more information, call (772)
567-5850 or visitwww.kingsbaptist.org.
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Sound, call (772) -165-5656 or
(800) 823-0466. .
When a recipats not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook, "Romericing The
Store with the Grammy
Guru,"send $17.50. For,
multiple books sent to one
address it's $3.50 S&Hfor one
book, add $2 postage for each
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The Sebastian Fishin' Chic's
meet the last Thursday of the
inonth, at the Sebastian Entertain-
ment Center. For more informa-
tion,9c4a611 Mic elle lhar eg at
794-9900, or Karen Herndon, at
(772) 633-2043.
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immanuel Church

Support group/celebrate recovery, a
support group for hurts, habits and hang-
ups meets every Thursday at & p.m. for dm-
ner, 6:45 p.m. for meeting. Donations are
accepted for dinner.

pr a a e li f ts ep
ups, and habits. Dinner starts at 6:15 p.m.
and is optional; $3 donation. Meeting starts
at 7 .m
Fop more information, call (772) 562-3185.
Immanuel Church is located at 45558thAve.
Southwest, Vero Beach.

MICCO COmmunity Church

A study, the li steps for Christians, a
Bible study for multiple addictions, will be
held on Mondays, starting at 7 p.'m. at thh
chfh en discussion "Coffee and Christ,"
oRTues yhe nings at 7 p.m. in the church
Storehouse Food Pantry is open on
Wednesday hom.10 a.m.-1 p.in.
For more information, call/772) 202-4096,
The church is located on the corner ofChurch
Street and CentralAvenue in Micco.

Fif5t Presbyterian
Church of Sebastian.

Newconiers and visitors are invited to
the 10 a.m. Sunday worship service. Com-
munion is served on the first Sunday of
every month..
Bible study is held Monday evenings at 7
p.m.. Call John Blaga at (772) 589-4290 for
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Use a soft-sided, six-pack
size cooler for your toi-
letries. When you get to
your warm destination, '
empty it in your room and
use it for cold drinks.
Pack a small flashlight.
Cruise cabins and hotel
rooms can be dark at night,
Hint: put batteries in
backward until you need
the flashlight.
Put shoes in plastic bags.
It keeps your clothes
smelling fresh.
If you're going on a
cruise, pack a power strip.
Th li ted
ere are very mi
outlets in the stateroom.

Keep healthy
while traveling
.
Always carry dismfectant
wipes, especially when
traveling with children.
Wipe down the tray table
before using it.
If you get chilly when
flying, bring a small throw
and pillow with you. The
airlines do not generally
clean theirs between
flights (and they are no
longer free, if they are even
available). '
Wear closed shoes (with
socks) and keep them on
your feet
Pack a first-aid kit and
include aspirin/Tylenol
and sold remedies, in the
event you cannot acquire
theni where you are going,
not to niention the cost.
Before your trip, eat
plenty of vegetables and
fruit (the more rawthe
better).
And make sure you take
your vitamins, especially a
dose of vitamin C.

Patty Toppa is a travel
consultant with Gadabout
Ravel. She can be reached
at patty@cruisetravel-
tours.com or www.cruise-
traveltours.com.


keep the credit card
telephone numbers there
as well. This is a quick way
to access the information
and make the call to the
credit card company to
cancel your cards.

Purchase travel
IRSUF8HC0

Just make sure it covers
overseas emergencies. In
an emergency, you will be
so happy you have it.
If you have an emer-
gency, make sure you keep
all receipts and diagnosis
information from the
treating physician, along
with all contact irdlorma-
h
la tae eaci acn acave
b
num er.

Packin8

There are so many great
.tips out there and more
come in daily as people
find easier ways of packing,
Place belts around the
circumference of you?
suitcase rather than hurled
up.
Put small objects in
shoes. _
Roll others for easier
packing and to help keep
wrinkles away-
Use plastic zip-lock bags
and separate underwear
from T-shirt'sIf your bag
needs to be searched, you
don't have them all over the
place. Also, the bags can be
used to separate dirty from
clean.
If yoil bring your own
pnow and small blanket,
put them in a space-saver
bag that rolls up.
Pack some of your
clothes myour compan- *
ion's bag, and some OE
theirs in yours. If a bag gets
lost, at least you will both
have something to wear.


Wth the ever-
changing travel
industry, there are
more tips from travelers all
over the world.
Some are things we
would never think of, but
most are common sense.
Frequent travelers thank-
fully share their thoughts
and ideas. Here are some
oldies but goodies and
maybe some you never
thought of.

Checking throu h
security

Keep a plastic, zip-locked
b
eo e a
conditioner, liquid soap,
lotions, hand sanitizer, etc.,
can be pre-packed for all of
your future flights. Using a .
slightly larger bag helps
when you add your last-
minute liquids, such as
make-up, contact solutions
and medications. Carry
extra plastic bags with you.
Carry an empty water
bottle with you, and fillet
after you get through
becurity.Pillit atawater
bubble andbringit on
board with you.
Make sure you stay with,
your carry-on bag as it goes
through the scanner. Do not
allowit to go through until
you are ready to walk
through.
che a f sfli e
lines get longer andloriger
at the security checks.
Use TSA-approved locks
onyourluggage.Ifyour
luggage is chosen to be
searched, they can open it
withoutbreakingit. Great
hinth e-inailthe combina-
tion to your e-mail account
Ifyouforgetit, justpullup
your e-mail..

Keeping safe .
Keep cash and valuables


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them," she said.
Lightning struck the center
on June 30, 2008 destroying
the wet lab, a classroom and
bathrooms. The center is
located on an island in the
Indian River Lagoon.
Volunteers and staff have
conducted a full schedule of
classes and programs contin-
ued throughout the year.
To date, the center's fire
fund, added to insurance
payments, has topped $1.2
million.
Projections for new con-
struction, along with replace-
ment exhibits and furniture,
bring e financial needs, to
The center's mission is to
provide comprehensive envi-
ronmental education that
will instill an understanding
of the natural world, and
motivate participants to be
active stewards of natural
resources.


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Five area elementary
schools raised more than
$8,500 through individual
read-a-thons held this spring,
to support the Environmen-
tal Learning Center fire fund.
Participating schools
included Liberty Magnet,
Treasure Coast, Citrus,
Dodgertown and Beachland
elementary schools.
"We were thrilled to hear
that elementary students
wanted to do their part to
r e cente said H
director.
"These children are so
important to the mission of
the ELC as the future stew-
ards of our natural resources,
and their contributions to the
fire fund illustrates how
important the center is to


on your persons. For
international travel, make
sure you have a color copy
of your passport, along
with your credit card
information in a complete
ly separate area..
If traveling with a
companion, each of you
should have a co of the
othe eoesa
ay'
stolen 5en other will
Make sure you leave a
copy of your exact itinerary
with someone at home.
Also when traveling
abroad, be sure to have all
emergency numbers with
you, i.e., local U.S. ,
embassy, police, etc., along
with your own personal ,
emergency contacts in the
event of an emergency.
You may even want to
register with the State
Department online. In the
event of an emergency,
they will help contact you
if there is a family emer-
gency at home or help
your family find you. They
will not give out informa-
tion on your whereabouts
without your express
uniss rme -

https://travelregistration.st
ate v.
M e sure you fill out
emergency information on
your passport and sign it.
Scan your passport and
credit card information
and e-mailit to yourself. If
you lose any qf them, you
will have access in your 4
Web-based e-mail
account. You can even e-
mail it to a U.S. embassy,
which will be trying to help
you. Also, make sure you


ian. For more information,
call (772) 569-0760.
Democratic Club of
Barefoot Bay- Meets the
fourth Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. in Building
D-E at the Golf Course in
Barefoot Bay. For more
information, call (772) 664-
3895.
Asthmatics meets on
Monday at 4:30 p.m., in the
South mainland community
center, .3700 Allen Ave.,
X4icco. Cost is $5 per class.
t Chels ubomeets the
mon from 4 to 6 cat
the North Indian River
County Library, 1001 Sebas-
tian Blvd., Sebastian..Open
to all ages.
Ainerican Cancer Soci-
ety, North Indian River,
board of directors meeting
is held on the third Thurs-
day of the month at noon at
Seacoast National Bank,
11. S. 1, Sebastian.


p for infants though age 2 in our nursery
ooni -
Sunday night services begin at 6 pm.
Classes are available for all children and stu-
dents from infant to 12th grade.
: Wednesday night passes begin.at 7 p.m.
Classes are available for all ages.
Children's Bible hour is for preschool
chHdren ages 2 thru 5 and.is held during
Sunday mornmg worship services.
Youth group is an active mix of students
in grades 6 thru l2. ,
Devotionals, lock-ins, dinners, mission
trips, youth conventions and monthly state-
wide youth gatherings are just a few of the
events and activities that take place for
youth,
Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes is a pro-
gram to help prepare youth for service in the
kingdom of God and help them to develop
theif overall leadership potential.
Vero Beach Church of Christ is located on
State Road 60, at 3306 20th St. For more
information, call (772) 567-2465 or visit
www.verobeachchurchofchrist.com.

-ForHometownNews


school classes are held every Sunday morn-
ing at 9:30 a.m. and a worship service begins
at 10:45 a.m.
Gentlemen are invited to the Men's
Group meeting on alternate .Sunday
evenings at 5 p.m.; upcoming date is May
31.
Fred Diven is the featured speaker every
Sunday evening. "A Christian and 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 Bap-
tist Church, located at 725 Commerce Center
Drive, Suites C, D & E, Sebastian. For addi-
tional information, call Pastor Bill Brothers
at (772) 473-3614.

Vero Beach Church of Christ
Praise and Worship is held every Sunday
at 9:30 a.m. Bible classes for all ages follow
worship. Childcare is available during wor-


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11 589-7117.
m con, cad (772) Computer
Users Club meets at 7 p.ni.
the second Wednesday of
each month at the North
County Library, 1001 Coun-
ty Road 512, Sebastian. For
more information, call (772)
388-5248.
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The Indian River County
Council on Aging with the
Visiting Nurse Association
offers a support group to
help care givers cope with
the day-to-day care of a
loved one. The group meets
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Law anicn makE If Ille- $100/wk or $400/m.:. $750/month. Rennicy home772-5 7-1700 stores, 1, din
gal to.diditertise any pref- securely 7'2-5695234 Realtors772-562-5015 $985/mo incl.
erence I.mirallows or dis- VERO BEACH So No maint. Possible
cr.mrnabor. trased on smoking alcohol dange SEBASTIAN Updated tion, 772-201-
race sex nana.cap fam- Sernor adull looking ro 2Br/2Ba with .New appl.
deal status or nal.c.nal on- snare furn pool home in kitchen. All amenities, SEBASTIAN
gin or any intention to J.650;me ??2-531-0752 (clubhouse, pool, tennis) wrt.ceplace tile
make such preference, $850lmo.772-538-0031 peer., lull h
IImalahon or ascremana- a . = rs..:.- negr.t..:.r
toon in addllion, the Fa.r SEBASTIAN- Spacrous to shopp.r.g
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brbals discremmanon Unfurn Annual & Sea- SPECIAL 1 ONLY $200. 772-532-5722
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presssor. We *.11 not not 5-150 10 $5500 army *restrictions a ly PRESERVE corner los .;.:.
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persons are herby in- 3bdrm/2bath 1st floor, OSLO tile throughout
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2, & 3 BR apts avail now 12 monin leasp, $889/mo PERFECT PRICE
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FORT PIERCE: Inlel VERO BEACH $550 VERp BEAC
House 55* 1/1 furr. 1st Mon Fri 9-6 Sat 10-5 'urn mra r...,m
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101 Nice quiet area, good
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males,, 2 males. 1st
shots. Great companion
$700 321-255-2480
Classified 800-823-0466


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HOMING PIGEONS
Young birds read : for
sale. Pure white 6 to
$10 each. 772-879-2830
772-240-1435
Classified 800-823-0466


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males, first shots,
wormed, $500 each
call Mary 772-287-3580
Classified 800-823-0466


WHITTIER, NC: Smoky
Mtns, 3.49ac pvt cove
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Fort Pierce
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Great location, 950sqft, 2
rhea doors almost

$1695/mo 772-521-5111


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GEOh an 7drBe
. clear and ,grassed with
beautiful tre1ss in count
Icated bet ry
tting, 0 ween
Caxton and Lyons on
tHact t2 0 dop
find owner financmg or
discount for ? cash
912-427-7062 or Coll#
912- ER ABL.t)E

RIDGE MOUNTAINS
On 4RemainingI
aecdrlbleuntqu sttrseaon
county water pristine
location on Cutcane Rd.,
$39,000. Seller financing
Avail.706-364-4200
LAKEFRONT BAltGAINI
135 acres was $269,900,
now only $1 '9900 flice
ly wooded:-v.Ira dock.able
deep waterfroilt on Warri-
or Lake. Perfect for out-
door recreation/ hunting/
fishing. Convenient ac-
cess 1-20..Excellent fi-
080Gint.Call800-564-
5092 ext 1495
LAND IS STILl THE
BEST INVESTMENT -
Stop los g money in the
EMSsto& OtnLadke EXICO
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100Acres for $79,000
wl10% down & nocredit

ec 7 1 a ailable
(1-877-772-4452)


MURPHY NORTH Caro-.
ling Homes and Land!!
New Lig Home I with
property $139k. Free Bro-
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Mountain Land w/ Owner
Financing. www.exitmur-
N CAROLINA Asheville
100 Acres 1 of a kind
mountain prop. Prgracy
trout stream. Eask
mmits Agen$399,0
1-828-684-8706
N CAROLINA Blowing
Rock/BGo edW Jeffecrrseon

M s, frpoapy roa8d0
g utilities. $195,000
407-321-2007
NANTAHALA Real Es-
tate Co National Geo-
graphic & ABC News has
rated this as a #1.summ-
er deestinatim! La. .
water raftinal Located in
Beautout r.10n elevation
western Norm Carolina
surrounded by the Nanta
hala Nat'I Forest. Only
G. halts 1NE uAtlan
side Asheville, NC & 30
minutes NE of Murphy,
PristineLakeLake/River
frobt mountain view,
large tracts 866-218-8439
www.nantabalaproperties
.com
NC MOUNTAINS
Two-Acre Homesi e
r ewS echtaularsit 1
Easily secessible
Secluded Pased road
B e
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e nDatSALE F10Stac s
995 do
at $49,000, $ H
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cell 352-356 -1099.
NC MOUNTAINS
Wua ersoN ter Cool
inish log cabin shell
w/loft &basement,
includes acreage
$89,900. Mountain&
waterfront homesites
fromn 0 0.
828-247-9966 (Code41)


Panama Real Estate
eh i B clots, 1/2acre
$45,000/ea. Only 2 left!
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239-220-4502
SMOKY MOUNTAINS
eeuGatlnabnudrgup T
acres breathtaking
mountain views, deeded
lake access;paved rapsi
$39 00. se ,300/dowil
$288/mo. Photos + more'
www.golandworkscom
TENNESSEE 460.19
Acres Atop Cumberland
Plateau.WithinMinutes
of 3 F.1sio. Giles. Over a
Mile at Blub Frontage.
Beitutiful Hardwood Tim
ber & Pine Plantation.
$3,000/Acre 831-946-
5263 www.pineycreeklic

VIRGINIA MTN LAND
SAVE THOUSANDS
2.5 acres with pond with
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Call 1-866-789-8535


CIE West: VERO BEACH 412 Large
PTE 3/2/2 rooms, New tile floors,
ting, Corn- .newly pairited Interior.
walk to Laundry room, carport)
ing, etc. $850/mo772-567-6989'
cable/ lawn
e lease ,op- VERO BEACH Pardidise
1205 Park off 90th Ave
3-br/2-ba, wid, tile
CBS 3/2/1 thru-out. New Home
floors, scr Move right in. $900/mo
wn service 772-473-7614
t..:..:..T cles -
1900!mo VERO BEACH- Bgautiful
or cell girivate cottage. Great
neighborhood. Ready to
Move In. $650/mo, '+
TIAN F/S, Utilities ipcl. Move Iri
3/2/2 today 772-299-1304
rcular drive,
ewitnted for
h porcelain
t and new N Tri-
ntr SEBASTIA plex
f 90 2 i S ed m de Cd
$950/mo. 863-9 064 r

10W .wH9thSt.00
H 2-t;r/2-ba 21 Terrazzo fl, central
e carport AiM .20:r. Are to 19th st,
h Pers OK lurr. West; near route 60.
P.S:.I ten.< $525 & $70/mo Trade, or
99--1589 $595/mo 772-589-5904








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FLORIDA. Palm I-serter
Home 3Drliba 3.ngle
w.de introduelory Model
),?Wan.:. WAC 10 mos
els to choose from on
your lot.800-622-2832 I
VERO BEACH In Town
Special $450. ibdrm,
Unfurn. Sewer/water incl-
Small pet Ok. 1228 24th
St.772-473-0071


BI
15 gyg
BAREFOOT BAY golf
course and waterview
Larce deck, 2-br/2-ba.
L. new. No smokers.
$850/mo772-321-3069
Affordable 8 Ettactive .
Hometown News
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TITUSVILLE 1 Month
FREEl *with this ad.J
Offices rom 150-4Q00sf
Totally renovated wlview
of cape Canaveral. co
Br@ers welcome. Call
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NC BEECH MOUNTAIN
oeT h id
Kitchen Tosor TVs.
Cool and Safel
$704 0eo tPFl7eek
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NORTH CAROLINA
. MOUNTAINS
Discounted rates
available, including Pet
Dfrl s6ur
Call mmo eser your
Fos tals
1-800-723-7341
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$99n $779/wk, House
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Oceanfront wedding $359
nite, or Historic Dist from
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4 Executive Suites


excellent condition. All the
1956 CHEVY 210 Qnly rest fair to moderate.
62K brig miles. 4-door, $750. Call 4 teave mes-
6cyl, straight shift. sage 772-564-0171
Beautiful car blue &
white, no rust. Garaged DONATE A Car today to
$12,000 386-322-4409 to si OOK help children & their fami-
1973 PLYMOUTH Duster Iles suffering from Can-
318 engine, Needs For Cars, cer. Free Towing. Tax
restoration. $900 Trucks, Vans, Deductlble. Children's
772-473-7614 SLIV's, and RV's Cancer Fund of America,
AA Inc. www.cofoa.org
1-800-469-8593
Affordable & reliabid HONDA ACCORD EX
Hometown NeWS 2002 sedarl 4-door Auto
CLASSIFIEDSI 772-562-6343 60K miles. V-6 3.0L Cold
8001823-0466 772-321-5455 iS to36- 32cond..


9 Z1 9 0
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250, S2-350, S3- 400,
H1-500, H2-750, Cash
Pald, Free Nationwide
Pick Up 800-772 -1142 or
310-721-0726.
WANTED JAPANESE
Motors cles Kawasaki,
Z1-900 (KZ900) 1972-
1976, KZ1000 (1976-
1980), KZ1000R (1982-
1983), Zl R 81-250,
S2-350, S3-400, H1-500,
H2-750, Honda Ch750
(1969- 1975), Susuki
GS400, GT380, Cash
Paid, Free Nationwide
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miles, auto, all power
$10,500.772-473-7614
TOYOTA PRIUS 2008
21k miles. Clean, silver
witif grey cloth interior,
$17,500 772-971-6230



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ed to *purchisel 401 V8
engine, 61'-66', Four BBL
Nall Head design. GM
series 400 h dramatic
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DOiNdAeTnE F gh nA Di
tes. Fast, Free Towing,
Call 7 days/week. Non
-runners ok. Tax Deducti-
ble. Call Juvenile Diabe-
tes Research Founda-
tion.1-800-578-0408
DONATE. YOUR Car
Free Towing. "Cars for
uct y Cond i rea
Center.800,597-9411
WANTED JUNK CARS
Running or not $200 &
up. We pay cashi 24-hrs.
Call 321-631-0111
Call Classified
800-823-0466


37' PILGRIM 2006 Park
Model Trailer 2-br/1-ba
set up in a 55+ retirement
park. $0 down $0 interest
$575 per month. Includes
payment on trailer lot and
Insurance. $18,000
772-359-5231
305-247-4021


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