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Vol 6, No 41 Your Local News and information Source wwwHometownNews com Friday, July 10, 2009
Vol. 6, No. 41 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, July 10, 2009


HOW WEIRD
IS THAT?!
SEAN MCCARTHY




surfing the Web and
you are bound to find
stories that are just too
bizarre to be true.
Here's a sampling,
edited for length. And
remember, just because
it's online doesn't mean
it's true!
From www.sfgate.com:
Woman on tracks to 'clear
her mind,' hit by train.
Birmingham police said a
woman told them police
she was lying on the
tracks "to clear her mind"
when the train
approached.
From
www.news.yahoo.com:
Man says bear mugged
him for his Italian sand-
wich. A northwestern New
Jersey man said he was
mugged in his driveway
by a sandwich-craving
bear.
From www.msnbc.com:
Cabbie sprays deodorant
to repel attacker. Police in
suburban Chicago say a
taxi driver who didn't have
Mace handy when he was
attacked by a knife-
wielding passenger
instead disarmed the man
with a can of aerosol
deodorant.
From www.Chron.com:
TV image has viewer
calling for help. Firefight-
ers were called to the
house of an elderly
woman early Thursday
after she reported her
television set was burn-
ing.
They found, instead,
that the TV was tuned into
a station that in the early
morning hours, aired the
constant image of a
fireplace. "The fire was
extinguished with the
press of a button," police
said in a statement.
From
See WEIRD, A2



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Obituaries A7 Travel B4
Out & About B2 Viewpoint A6


IRSC offers how-to


tips on social media


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com

INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY Technological
advances have made it
possible for even the lit-
tle guys to market their
brands to the masses at
little or no cost, business
experts say.
With the rise in popu-
larity of social media,
such as Facebook and


Twitter, small business
owners can adapt and
make it work to their
advantage in the market-
ing world, said Jan
Pagano, associate dean
of the corporate and
community training
institute at Indian River
State College.
"My background is in
business and marketing
and I know that getting a
See SOCIAL, A2


Residents,

officials,

brainstorm for

town's future


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
FELLSMERE Growth is
on the mind of Fellsmere's
elected officials and resi-
dents, but the key phrase for
everyone is: without sprawl.


On On
June WWl
3 0
the city hosted a duui
Town Design workshop, a
brainstorming session to
develop ideas for growth.


Cool ride


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
C.J. Countryman, 9, of Sebastian, spends part of his summer playing in the kid's pool at waterslide at the North
County Aquatics Center. In the morning, daycare centers, such as The Learning Nest, take kids to the pool as part
of their summer program.




Passports pose no problems



for congressional staff


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY- A 92nd birthday only
comes around once, and
not everyone gets to cele-
brate it.
Eva "Ellie" DeStephan
wanted to celebrate turn-
ing 92 in style on a
Caribbean cruise.
There was just one prob-
lem: the passport agency
wouldn't accept her birth
certificate because it was
issued when she was 35
years old.
But with the help of Rep.
Bill Posey's staff, less than
24 hours before the cruise
ship left port, Ms.
DeStephan had all of her
paperwork in order and
was ready to board.
"The federal govern-
ment is growing larger by
the day and sometimes it's
hard for folks to work the
bureaucracies by them-
selves," said Rep. Posey, R-
Rockledge.
"My office has made it a
priority to help folks navi-
gate their way through the
different federal agencies
and to work with them to
resolve the various issues


they are having with a par-
ticular government
department," he said.
Marilyn Angel, Ms.
DeStephan's care provider,
said they began applying
for passports in late
March, but the passport
for Ms. DeStephan was
rejected, because her birth
certificate from New Jersey
said it was a delayed cer-
tificate of birth.
"We went on a cruise for
her 91st birthday and she
loved it and she wanted to
go back again this year,"
said Ms. Angel.
"But this year, the pass-
port laws have changed
and I knew that, so I
applied for her passport
but they wouldn't accept
it," she said.
"Ellie and her six siblings
were born in a Jersey home
by a midwife and she never
got a birth certificate. The
certificate we have was
issued when she was 35
and signed by her mother
with an 'x,' along with a
witness, but Ellie has slight
dementia and cannot
remember why she got one
then, either," Ms. Angel
said.
After doing more


Photo courtesy of Ellie DeStephan
Ellie DeStephan, left, celebrated her 92nd birthday on a
cruise with her caretaker, Marilyn Angel. Here, they
pose on board the ship. Caseworkers from the office of
Rep. Bill Posey, R-Rockledge, helped Ms. Angel work
through red tape to get a passport for Ms. DeStephan.


research, Ms. Angel said
she discovered the type of
cruise they had booked
would allow her charge to
board with the birth cer-
tificate only. She tried to
get the paperwork back,
but found calling the pass-
port agency was very diffi-
cult. She ended up leaving
several messages with dif-
ferent people.


"Those people there are
surrounded by steel walls,
you can't get through, so I
called the congressman's
office," Ms. Angel said.
Stephanie Kotzum, a
caseworker, worked dili-
gently with Ms. Angel to
figure out the status of her
paperwork and request
that the papers be shipped
See PASSPORTS, A2


The
workshop, which was
See FUTURE, A4


New law


underlines


seat belt


safety
By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- New state legislation
passed into law last week,
and local law enforcement
officials are already on the
job enforcing it.
Before June 30, law
enforcement officers were
only allowed to issue seat
belt citations if drivers were
pulled over for another
moving violation, initially.
With the new law, seat
belt violations became a
primary charge and the fine
is $93.
The National Highway
Traffic and Safety Adminis-
tration estimated that in
2008, 83 percent of people
riding in a vehicle had seat-
belts on during the day.
According to a NHTSA
release, every 1 percent
increase in people using
seatbelts saves 270 lives.
See SAFETY, A7



Plan now


for tropical

storms
By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The imminent arrival of
hurricanes and other natu-
ral disasters may not be
something humans can
control, but they can con-
trol how well they prepare
for them, said disaster
experts at a hurricane pre-
paredness forum on June
30.
Congressman Bill Posey,
R-Rockledge, hosted a hur-
ricane preparedness forum
in Vero Beach to encourage
Indian River County resi-
dents to stay ahead of disas-
ter by preparing and plan-
ning now.
Speakers included repre-
sentatives from the Ameri-
can Red Cross, the Small
Business Development
Center, Florida Division of
Emergency Management,
Indian River County Emer-
gency Management and the
National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administra-
tion.
"If you can imagine the
pictures of Homestead in
1992, it looked like Hiroshi-
ma," said John King, direc-
See PLAN, A2


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From page Al
relationship market, build-
ing relationships with your
customers is very impor-
tant," said Ms. Pagano.
The CCTI provides train-
ing to area businesses and
community members
through classes and train-
ing seminars to help build
better businesses.
"In the past, big business
was the only one who
could afford really good
advertising, because it is
expensive," said Ms.
Pagano.
"Now with Facebook and
LinkedIn and blogs, small


Passports
From page Al
back as quickly as possible.
Ms. Kotzum has personal-
ly worked more than 10
passport cases in the past six
months and she believes
that because of the new law,
passport agencies are strug-
gling to keep up with the
demand.
"We are able to contact


and big businesses are on
the same level, same play-
ing field, to target group
markets and drive people
to Web sites," she said.
Facebook and Linkedln
are online social network-
ing sites.
An upcoming class, Face-
book and Linkedln pro-
mote and grow your busi-
ness for free, will be held at
the Schumann Center on
the IRSC Mueller campus
in Vero Beach on July 13
from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The class will also be held o
July 21, at the IRSC Chas-
tain Campus in Stuart.
The cost per class is $39
and space is limited.
Kim Albritton, a small


the passport agency when
there are some hang ups,
and the individual has tried
but couldn't get through, or
there is an emergency situa-
tion," said Ms. Kotzum.
"We encourage folks to
apply for their passport now,
even if they are not consider-
ing going anywhere out of the
country, because you never
know when an emergency
will come up," she said.
Some people can work


business owner who leads
many of the social media
seminars and classes, said
many are reluctant to use
social media, because they
don't think their market
uses those services.
"In the studies I've been
seeing, the 34 to 55 age
group experienced 264
percent growth recently on
Facebook and that is the
fastest growing population
on Facebook," said Ms.
Albritton.
"If you're selling hearing-
aids, and you don't think
that age group using them is
online, you may be right, but
the people that will be buy-
ing those hearing aids, prob-
ably will be," she explained.


through their issues directly
with the agency, usually
when the agency requires
additional information, indi-
viduals will have the best
access, Ms. Kotzum said. But
it's cases such as Ms.
DeStephan that require addi-
tional help, she said.
"Stephanie was absolutely
wonderful and without her I
don't think we would have
been able to go on the cruise
for Ellie's birthday," said Ms.


Nonprofits are another
group that can benefit from
using social media because
of its versatility and free
access, Ms. Albritton said.
The classes at IRSC
include hands-on comput-
er time, which makes
applying the instruction
learned in class that much
easier, Ms. Pagano said.
"It's just another market-
ing media, and the best
part is that small business-
es can take advantage of it
for free," Ms. Albritton
said.

For more information,
call CCTI at 1 (888) 283-
1177, or visit
www.irsc.edu/ccti.


Angel.
Celebrating her birthday
on the Freedom of the Seas
was definitely worth the wait,
both ladies agreed.
"I loved it," said Ms.
DeStephan. "A cruise is the
best way to travel."

For more information, call
(772)778-3534 or visit
http://posey.house.gov/con
stituentservices/passportin-
formation.htm.


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for the county, of the devas-
tation left by Hurricane
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Evacuation plans and
plans for food and water are
all necessary and good, but
he advised that important
papers also be included in a
disaster plan scenario.


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"You're not going to want
to leave insurance paper-
work at home, you want
that on your body and you
need someone to contact
outside of the storm," he
said.
A new feature of the Flori-
da Division of Emergency
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Vero Beach Mayor Sabe
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"Florida is recognized as
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One element of the forum
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during a disaster on the
county Web site, www.irc-
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"If you're out of the area,
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is going on near your
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Teens on a mission .


Dylan Gomez of Sebastian
United Methodist Church,
takes paint and roller from
Abbey Sosnoskie, a
member of the youth
ministry of Highland Park
United Methodist Church
of Dallas, while Caroline
McDaniel, also of Dallas,
looks on. The youth
ministry group spent the
last week of June in Indian
River County painting the
Sebastian church and
Emmanuel Church in Vero
Beach.













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About 50 kids from the
youth ministry of Highland
Park United Methodist
Church in Dallas converged
on Indian River County to
do work on some area
churches. Sebastian United
Methodist Church housed
the ministry, and in return,
the group painted the
church and outbuildings.
The Rev. Richard A. Jones,
left, took a photograph of
the group before they left
June 26.
Cliff Partlow
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HTN garage sale


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For Hometown News
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Turn unwanted stuff into
cash this weekend while sup-
porting a good cause and
interact with a few wild ani-
mals, too.
The second annual Home-
town News community yard
sale, benefiting Molly's
House, will be held July 11
from 8 a.m.-noon at Home-
town News headquarters in
Fort Pierce.
Jungle Adventures Nature
Park and Zoo, based in
Christmas, will have staff and
animals on hand. Safari
Todd, and members of the
education department, will
provide animal interaction,
along with conservation edu-


cation briefs during the
event. There will be opportu-
nities for photos.
Molly's House provides
temporary housing for
patients and families receiv-
ing medical care on the Trea-
sure Coast.
For a $35 tax-deductible
fee, individuals, businesses
and vendors receive a 10-foot
by 10-foot booth to display
items at the event.
"If people take a booth for
$35, then anything they take
in is theirs to keep," said
Louise Murtaugh, executive
director of Molly's House.
Ms. Murtaugh encourages
the community to take
advantage of the yard sale, as

See GARAGE, A7


Future
From page Al
held at Marsh Landings
Restaurant in Fellsmere,
had a great turnout from
the community and offi-
cials, said Rochelle Lawan-
dales, Fellsmere's planning
consultant.
"The focus really is
design, and one of the
things the speakers showed
us (was) ways of organizing
roads and land uses of both
private and public spaces in
ways that makes a walkable
and sustainable communi-
ty, which is our goal," said
Ms. Lawandales.
"We have to know take
what we've learned and
translate it to our area and
how it can work here," she
said.
Your Town Design work-
shops are organized and
funded by the National
Endowment for the Arts.
Fellsmere was awarded a
grant from the NEA to pay
for the workshop. It is the
first town in Florida to qual-


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Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
Jacob Carrol of Palm Bay gathers up his fishing poles and tackle box and heads for his
truck as a thunderstorm comes in from the southwest, across Stick Marsh and farm 13,
to the Fellsmere Grade Recreation Area. Another long-term project in the works to
improve Fellsmere, will be an adding some 10,000 acres of marsh to this already-popu-
lar fishing area.


ify for a workshop.
The program is designed
specifically to help small
rural towns and communi-
ties facing change, grow in a
way that retains their her-
itage and history, but helps
make them more economi-
cally successful and keeps
them from falling into a
sprawling growth pattern.
The design program has
been in place since 1991
and has been applied in
more than 50 communities
across the United States
including cities in Hawaii,
Montana, Rhode Island,
Georgia and Texas.
In addition to slide lec-
tures and presentations by
experienced architects,
planners and designers,
there were large sheets of
tracing paper and brightly-
colored markers and pen-
cils to help attendees to
visualize their ideas with
simple, hand-drawn graph-
ics.
Richard Hawks, one of


the founders of the pro-
gram and the chairman of
landscape architecture at
the State University of New
York, stressed the impor-
tance of using graphics to
effectively communicate
ideas for community plan-
ning and growth.
"A good picture of a proj-
ect, or a change, is worth
1,000 words, because
graphics can contribute to a
shared understanding," Mr.
Hawks said.
One area workshop par-
ticipants focused on
designing was 157 acres
surrounding the Whisper-
ing Pines subdivision and
Habit for Humanity homes.
Participants outlined
places where road access is
poor,
"It's fun to do now with-
out worrying about money
and ordinances," said
Councilwoman Sara Sav-
age.
"We really need more
access to (County Road)


512. That's a big issue and
we'd like a commercial
incubator, a place for peo-
ple to start their own small
businesses in an affordable
place," she said.
Another goal for the area
is to establish a community
center and recreation area,
Councilman Joel Tyson
said.
The ideas that come out
of the meeting are definite-
ly for the long-term, Mr.
Tyson said.
"For the immediate
future, we just had an
emergency council meeting
to approve a $2 million
grant application to expand
our water treatment plant
and get a sewer system just
east of Broadway, so busi-
nesses can hook up on that
side of the street," said Mr.
Tyson.
"If we could get that, it
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Nominations are being
accepted to recognize phil-
anthropic leaders in the
community on National
Philanthropy Day, Nov. 18.
The Association of
Fundraising Professionals,
Indian River Chapter, is
hosting its fourth annual
awards ceremony honoring
individuals and businesses
that have made significant
contributions to philan-
thropy in Indian River
County.
The event will be held at
the Vero Beach Museum of
Art.
Award categories include:
outstanding individual phi-
lanthropist, outstanding
corporate philanthropist,
volunteer fundraiser of the
year and unsung hero.
The nominating process
is open to AFP members
and nonmembers. All non-
profit agencies are encour-
aged to participate. Organi-
zations have until July 31 to
submit their completed
application packet.
AFP represents 30,000
development professionals
in more than 200 chapters
throughout the world,
working to advance philan-
thropy through advocacy,
research, education and
certification programs.
The AFP Indian River
Chapter was formed in
March 2006 and currently
represents more than 60
members, fosters develop-
ment and growth of
fundraising professionals
and promotes high ethical
standards in fundraising.
For more information, call
(772) 794-0701 or e-mail
ginny@irlt.org.


Editor's note: This is a list
of arrests, not convictions,
and all arrestees are pre-
sumed innocent unless or
until proven guilty in a
court of law.
Sebastian Police
Department

Elizabeth Ann Griffin,
36, 531 Wimbrow Drive,
Sebastian, was charged
with possession of a con-
trolled substance, cocaine,
constructive possession of
hashish and a misde-
meanor charge of posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.
Daidrein B. Benson, 34,
531 Wimbrow Drive,
Sebastian, was charged
with being a convicted
felon in the custody of a
firearm and an electronic
weapon, possession of a
controlled substance,
hashish, and a misde-
meanor charge of posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia.
Mary Ellen Kinchen,
32, 11025 Mulberry St.,
Sebastian, was charged
with violation of proba-
tion. She was on probation
for grand theft.
Hugh Jay Zaplin, 57,
691 Melrose Lane, Sebast-
ian, was charged with
aggravated assault and a
misdemeanor charge of
improper exhibition of a
dangerous weapon or
firearm.

Indian River County
Sheriffs Office

*Alexander Antonio
Brenes, 26, 1355 West 44th
Place, Hialeah, was charged
with criminal use of per-
sonal identification, grand
theft, scheme to defraud
and a misdemeanor charge
of resisting an officer with-
out violence.
Daniel E. Cain, 37,
homeless, was charged
with grand theft auto and


misdemeanor charges of
driving while license sus-
pended with knowledge
and refusal to submit to
testing.
Bobby Joe Johnson, 30,
7756 100th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of a controlled
substance.
Gary Lee Franklin, 50,
5060 Fairways Circle, Vero
Beach, was charged with
child abuse.
Tia Denicea Gavin, 29,
4826 33rd Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation. She was on
probation for making a
false statement for public
aid.
Jennifer Marie Reascos,
32, homeless, was charged
with failure to appear in
court on charges of grand
theft.
Jesse Chip Landers, 19,
1826 Ninth St., Vero Beach,
was charged with auto bur-
glary and a misdemeanor
charge of resisting arrest
without violence.
Dustin Cody Waters, 19,
8300 67th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
burglary of an occupied
dwelling and grand theft.
William A. McCarthy,
43, 962 Sixth St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of parole for two
counts of robbery with no
gun or deadly weapon.
Clint Robertson Curtiss,
aka Clinton Guzman, 38,
34730 Tipton Road, Dade
City, was charged with
dealing in stolen property
and misdemeanor charges
of giving a false name while
detained and resisting an
officer without violence.
Akeem King, 23, 1360
17th Court Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
sale or delivery of cannabis.
Lakenya Nicole Bristol,
27, 4216 20th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon and resist-
ing an officer with violence.
Eligha Lewis Pryor Jr.,


34, 5735 60th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.
Albert Perry Young, 20,
801 Roseland Road, Sebast-
ian, was charged with traf-
ficking in cocaine.
John Byrd, 30, 2539
Spence Drive, Palm Bay,
was charged with failure to
appear in court on charges
of possession of oxycodone
and use or possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Ashley Ann McKee, 25,
134 South 19th Circle S.W.,
Vero Beach, was charged
with fraudulent use of cred-
it card and grand theft.
*Christopher Andrew
Hill, 28, 4922 Owens Ave.,
Grant, was charged with
violation of probation and
a misdemeanor charge of
driving under the influ-
ence.
Tyrone Nelson, 27, 401
Monument Road, Apt. 167,
Jacksonville, was charged
with trafficking in
hydrocodone and posses-
sion of alprazolam.
Crystal Michelle Cam-
pos, 26, 202 E. 12th St.,
Millersburg, Ky., was
charged with delivery of a
controlled substance.
Eddie D. Wright, 33, 420
Eades Drive, Irvine, Ky., was
charged with trafficking in
oxycodone.
James E. Hunt, 29, 5320
Lower Cane Creek Road,
Stanton, Ky., was charged
with trafficking in oxy-
codone.
Rebecca Kay Steele, 37,
140 N. Helme Place, Day-
tona Beach, was charged
with trafficking in oxy-
codone and a misde-
meanor charge in posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
*Troy E. Hulbert, 40, 5147
Sherman Road, West Palm
Beach, was charged with
aggravated assault with
intent to commit a felony.
Edward J. Martin, 41,
2620 Larkin Road, Booth-
wyn, Pa., was charged with
aggravated stalking threat
and violation of probation.


He was on probation for
battery.
Jenny Maria Cada, 46,
1581 Balfour Point Drive,
Apt. D, West Palm Beach,
was charged with conduct
in enterprise through pat-
tern of racketeering.
Tycha Eulette Relford,
29, 4440 29th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
four counts of lewd or las-
civious battery and con-
tributing to the delinquen-
cy or dependency of a
child.
Randal Lee Harper, 26,
8871 Burma Road, Lake
Park, was charged with
fleeing and eluding lights
and sirens and misde-
meanor charges of posses-
sion of marijuana and pos-
session of a drug
paraphernalia.
*Russell Lee "Looney
Tune" McKinnon Jr., 22, 516
Fifth St. Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
fleeing and eluding a law
enforcement officer and a
misdemeanor charge of
driving while license sus-
pended with knowledge
*Dawn Grace Knoblauch,
47, 9935 Nicole Drive,
Micco, was charged with
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer.
Candice N. Nesby, 22,
1860 Woodland Circle, Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation. She
was on probation for felony
retail theft.


Onike James, 22, 7041
Northwest 21st St., Sunrise,
was charged with burglary
of a dwelling.
Michael Asa Black, 17,
2240 Northwest Sunrise,
Fort Lauderdale, was
charged with burglary of a
dwelling.
Steven Barry Lachen-
myer, 62, 801 Lorca Ave.,
Sebastian, was charged
with violation of probation.
He was on probation for
carrying a concealed
weapon and discharging a
firearm in public.
Juan Carlos Gonzalez,
17, 2865 First St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
attempted armed robbery
while wearing a mask and
burglary of a dwelling with
an assault or battery while
armed and masked.
Donald James Grimley,
76, 119 Mabry St., Sebast-
ian, was charged with
aggravated assault.
*Christopher James
Baker, 32, 1925 16th Ave.,
No. 314, Vero Beach, was
charged with felony petit
theft.
RalphWilliamson Jr., 35,
1909 North Ave., E., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
failure to appear in court
on charges of driving while
license suspended.
*Aaron David Bronson,
24, 2025 Fifth St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for two
counts of felony petit theft.


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Code enforcement

What about outside storage in residential areas? There
are old cars and boats and furniture all over the place. The
people at code enforcement should get out of their office
and ride around the county, and not just wait for com-
plaints. Those who complain are threatened, so they don't
complain. They could just sit in their air-conditioned cars
and pick an area of the county and look at what's going on.

Revise system

I have a son who's incarcerated in Miami. He was sen-
tenced to 27 years. He had no weapons or drugs. It was a
racketeering charge. He has filed motions to have his sen-
tence reduced, but they've done nothing. He doesn't
deserve this sentence. But they've done nothing. I'm very
disturbed by the system.

No kids at the bar

What happened to the state laws on alcohol? Aren't they
supposed to be watching what goes on at places that serve
alcohol?
I was at a restaurant and there was a child at the bar. They
serve food to children while others drink. Where are the
MADD mothers?

Too much Michael

Why, when Michael Jackson died, did every news channel
have it on all the time? A black entertainer dies and that's all
they can cover? What happened to Farrah Fawcett? I didn't
care for him, anyway.

Religious channel

Why have they taken the religious channel EWTN off the
TV? It's a shameful that they would take that channel off the
TV. There are a lot of seniors who want to watch that chan-
nel at home.
Now you have to get a box, and some of us can't afford
one. I really like that Catholic channel. My husband wants
to watch what he wants to watch, and now I can't see that
channel.

Health care plans

This is a comment on the new health care plan. Are we
this stupid that we can't stand up and tell the powers that be
what we want?
We'll be the ones paying for their plan. They will get to go
to the best doctors while we continue to suffer.

National health care

If you think it is smart for the government to take over the
nation's health care system, consider the care currently
being provided to our servicemen and women by the Veter-
ans Administration.
The VA admits the backlog of claims continues to grow
and is approaching 1 million. Many of these young people
have been severely wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.
While the bureaucrats struggle to catch up, some injured
vets are being forced into paying their medical bills using
their own personal credit cards.

What are kids learning?

One half of public school seniors do not recognize the
names of Winston Churchill or Joseph Stalin nor can they
locate the half-century in which WorldWar I occurred.What
does this tell about the state of the nation's public schools?

Fly a flag

Our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan are risking their lives
to protect our freedoms.
Wouldn't it be nice if locally, we were awash in American
flags this Independence Day as a demonstration of our
appreciation that this nation is both great and free?
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Celebrating our independence


An estimated 2,000 people lined Indian River
Drive last weekend for Sebastian's July 4th *
parade. The nearly mile-long cavalcade of I
veterans groups, floats, politicians and the
Sebastian River High School Band, helped
kick off a full day of events. Above: Brianna
Bass, 8, and Ava Dillard, 2, both of Sebastian,
watch as the parade passes by. Right:
Sebastian resident Bill Herndon, a member
of the American Legion, salutes the flag, as
members of the Marine Corps League pass
with colors.

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Dispelling a few common computer myths


here are a lot of myths
surrounding comput-
ers out there, some
based on reality, some based
on "the way technology used
to be" and some based on
plain old fear and paranoia.
Some computer myths
tend to be so prevalent that I
often see veteran computer
users falling prey to some of
them.
This week I thought I
would try to dispel some of
these myths.
The first myth is, "if you
connect to the Internet, you
will immediately become a
target for some hacker who
is out to steal your identity."
This myth is born out of
paranoia and misinforma-
tion. We have all seen the
stories in the news, about
some hacker getting caught
accessing some big compa-
ny database or about some
poor people getting their
identities stolen, but the fact
of the matter is, most
hackers just aren't interested
in you.
Hackers tend to go after
"big" targets, such as
corporate databases, and
don't spend too much time
hunting individual end
users.
But that's not what the
Internet security software
companies want you to
think. There is a big market
for computer security


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTHY


programs and firewall
software, but if it's not
configured or installed
correctly (which is most of
the time) it can bring your
machine to a crawl and still
leave you vulnerable.
As long as you have an up-
to-date anti-virus program
installed and running, and
have all the current operat-
ing system updates
installed, you should be safe
plugging your machine into
the Internet.
If it's identity theft you are
worried about, I would be
more concerned about all
those big corporate entities
out there that already have
your personal information
on file.
It's databases such as
those that are the real
targets. Why take the time
to hack into one user's
machine for one identity,
when there are so many
other systems out there that
hold thousands (even
millions) of identities in
their databases?
Another common myth
is, "regularly defragging my
hard drive will make it run


faster."
This myth has its origins
from the way technology
used to be. Sure, if you are
running an old 486
machine withWindows 95
and a 1 gig hard drive,
defragging it periodically
will clean things up a bit
and give you a noticeable
increase in performance.
If, on the other hand, you
are running something a
little more modern (any
machine built within the
last five years) defragging
the hard drive all the time
to increase performance is
often just a waste of time.
Any increase in perform-
ance gained by defragging
will typically be un-notice-
able. Sure, it's nice to see all
those red areas turn blue
when you do defrag a
modern machine, but don't
be fooled. You aren't gaining
much. I will concede that
running defrag periodically
to "tidy up" is good practice,
but it's not the cure-all that
some people still think it is.
The next myth comes
from unclear advertise-
ments that some computer
manufacturers run.
Many ads today for new
computers tout their
systems as being "wireless
ready" right out of the box.
And, to a degree, this may
be true, with things such as
WiFi chips being built into


motherboards, but the
thing the ads tend to leave
out (or bury in fine print) is
that you need to be in an
area of wireless service for
it to work.
If you don't have wireless
Internet access and are
contemplating buying a
new computer that's
wireless ready, because you
are under the impression
that it will connect to the
Internet right out of the
box, you are about to make
a mistake.
All this "wireless ready"
stuff means is that you
won't need any extra
hardware to connect to an
existing wireless service. It
doesn't mean that you can
just turn it on and be online
as some people have been
led to believe.
In order for these systems
to work, they need to be in
a wireless "cloud;" either
your own wireless service,
DSL or cable plugged into a
wireless router, or a public
wireless hotspot, such as
those found in many
hotels, airports and coffee
shops.
I hope this helps and
until next week, happy
computing.
Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680
or help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).


Summer is a good time for small changes


It's summertime, a good
time to think about ways
to relax, even for a little
while.
While vacations and spa
visits may be out of reach for
a lot of us, there are things
we can do to take mini-
breaks to help take some of
the pressure of daily life and
send it packing for a little
while.
I found these tips, which
I've adapted, in a pamphlet
from the YWCA of Greater
Pittsburgh.
Yes, I am still going
through boxes and clearing
things out; it's a resolution
that will probably take all
year. Sometimes, though, I
come across some useful
things.
Instead of starting a diet,
pick one thing that you will
not eat for one week and see
how it makes you feel. If
you're successful, do it for
another week and perhaps
take away something else, or


ALIVE
P & WELL
1,-- .. _* SHELLEY KOPPEL



substitute a fruit or veg-
etable for the item you've
removed.
Do one thing you're
afraid to do. It doesn't have
to be sky-diving. Join a
group, speak to the person
next to you at the gym or try
an exercise class. If it doesn't
work out, try something
else.
Nurture yourself. Get a
massage or a manicure. If it's
not in your budget, how
about a polish change? Even
a nice hand cream can make
you feel pampered. Feeling
pampered is a state of mind.
It doesn't have to cost a lot of
money.
Do a new exercise that
seems fun and challenging.


Try yoga or tai chi or take a
dancing class.
Learn something new
and exciting about yourself.
As I have mentioned before,
I really love my yoga classes.
What has surprised me is
how strong and flexible I am.
Find new ways to laugh
at stress and at yourself.
*Walk in the park with a
pet or a child. We have
beaches here. If you don't
have a pet or a child, reach
into your inner child and
remember how much fun it
used to be to walk in the
sand, pick up shells or wade
in the water.
Go on a date with
yourself at least once a
month. Even if you only go
out for coffee, taking time
for yourself is important to
refresh your mind and
spirit.
Ask for help when you
need it and feel strong doing


* Do something fun for


someone else or the
community. Giving back is a
great way to banish the
blues. Thinking about
bringing a smile to someone
else also brings one to you.

Shelley Koppel is unable to
endorse specific treatments
for disease. Any protocolsfor
treatment or testing she
discusses are accepted
standards of medical
practice as recommended by
agencies such as the Ameri-
can Academy ofPediatrics or
the American Cancer Society.
When she draws from
personal experience, those
are her experiences and are
not medical recommenda-
tions.

She is the former editor of
"Today's HealthCare"
magazine and a member of
the National Association of
Science Writers. E-mail
questions to skoppel@bell-
south.net.








Friday, July 10, 2 0 0 9 w w w .H hometown NewsOL.com Sebastian River Area Al


Betty Lee Wilson

Betty Lee Wilson, 66, of
Micco, died June 18, 2009.
She was born in Ellwood
City, Pa., and lived in Micco
for 14 years.
She was a home health
aide.
She attended First Baptist
Church of Barefoot Bay and
the Community Church of
Micco.


Safety
From page Al

"A majority of statistics
show that in almost 50 per-
cent of accidents, you wear
your seat belt, it can save
your life," said Deputy
Luther
"This is not about writing
tickets," said Sheriff Deryl
Loar in a press release. "It's
about saving lives."
The revenue collected
from the new law will be
used for road improvement
projects throughout the
state.
Deputy Luther also


Garage
From page A4

opposed to holding individ-
ual garage sales because,
"collectively, it will draw a
larger crowd, so there will
be more people and more
opportunity to sell their
items."
Additionally, Hometown
News is sponsoring a raffle
featuring items donated by
local businesses and com-
munity members.
So far, items have been
donated by Wal-Mart, St.
Lucie Battery & Tire, Heath-
cote Botanical Gardens,
Savanna Club Golf Course,


She is survived by two
daughters, Elizabeth and
Anita; a son, Peter; two
sisters, Margaret and
Sharon; three brothers,
Alfred, David and Richard;
nine grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, Pedro.
Memorial ,ount ii1tiont
may be made to The Gideon
Memorial Bible Chairman,


stressed that using child
safety seats is extremely
important, as well.
"A big problem all over is
that children are not prop-
erly buckled in their seats,"
said Deputy Luther.
"Most children can't fas-
ten themselves, because
they are too small, and if
they are not securely in
their seats, in an accident,
they become rockets, mis-
siles, with no chance of sur-
viving a crash," he said.
Florida child restraint
laws requires children 3 and
younger be secured in a fed-
erally-approved, child-
restraint seat. Children 4 to
5 must be secured by either


Wada Wash car wash,
McKee Botanical Gardens,
A Day of Delight Spa and a
$50 gift certificate to White
City Mercantile.
All money raised from
raffle sales will also benefit
Molly's House.
"Last year's event raised
$1,000, so we hope we can
raise at least that much and
more this year," Ms.
Murtagh said.
Those who can't partici-
pate are encouraged to
donate anything from gift
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Theadora 'Teddy'
Mather

Theadora "Teddy"
Mather, 79, of Micco, died
June 28, 2009.
She was born in Lake


a federally-approved child
restraint seat or safety belt.
The driver is responsible
for buckling up the child
and the fine for violation is
$143, a Sheriff's Office press
release stated.
Other new laws that took
effect July 1 include:
Sexual offenders and
predators will now be
required to register their
home and cellular tele-
phone numbers.
Individuals on the sexual
offender and predator list
will now also include those
convicted of traveling to
meet a minor to engage in
unlawful sexual behavior.
The law also says sex


Placid, N.Y., and lived in
Micco for 20 years.
She was homemaker, a
member of the American
Legion, and a life member
of the VFW and DAV.
She is survived by her
husband of 27 years,
Clifton; two children and
one grandchild.
Arrangements by Strunk
Funeral Home & Crematory,
Sebastian.


offenders who transmit
harmful material, using a
computer or other electron-
ic device, to minors outside
of Florida can be prosecut-
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Law enforcement offi-
cials can collect DNA sam-
ples from individuals arrest-
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The old law only required
certain people convicted of
felony or certain misde-
meanors to submit a DNA
sample.
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expand the size of the state's
current DNA database and
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Aren't you amused by all the cry-babies expecting "some-
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Did he hold them up at gunpoint and take their money?
Of course not. Had they ever heard of "caveat emptor?" Of
course they had. Had they ever heard "If it sounds too good
to be true, it probably is?" Of course they had. Did those
warnings apply to them? Of course not. They're different.
If they had been total winners, would they have cheated
on their taxes? What do you think? There's a strange attitude
in this country today.
Everybody expects to be a winner, no matter how stupid
they act. Everybody from GM, AIG and investment idiots
expects to do foolish things and when they lose, they expect
"somebody" to make up the losses. And who is that "some-
body"?
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but not


forgotten

hey say death comes
in threes. But in the
world of entertain-
ment, it seems to be coming
in a torrent these past few
weeks, with the deaths of
several iconic figures, as
well as some lesser-known
personalities.
The sudden deaths of
Michael Jackson and
pitchman Billy Mays were
shockingly unexpected for
two who were only 50.
David Carradine's hang-
ing death under question-
able circumstances that
suggested auto-erotic
strangulation was more
bizarre than the characters
he played.
Farrah Fawcett's passing
at age 62, after a lengthy
battle with cancer, was
expected, but no less
mourned.
Octogenarian Ed McMa-
hon lived a full life, and his
longtime presence, via
television and Publisher's
Clearinghouse sweepstakes
contests, seemed inter-
twined with our own.
"My Little Margie" actress
Gale Storm is best remem-
bered by those older than
55. Her role as the funny,
meddlesome daughter of
highly-eligible widower still
lives on in our memories of
earlyTV.
The trend-setting,
ground-breaking music and
dance that was Michael
Jackson's will probably
never be replicated. He
broke through racial and
musical barriers to become
one of the most influential
and highly-regarded
performers who ever graced
a stage.
Many grew up listening to
four decades of his music,
through his evolution as the
young lead man in the
Jackson Five to his solo
career as the King of Pop.
His influence and fame
were global, and if the
genius of his ability was
often overshadowed by his
bizarre lifestyle and even
stranger appearance, then
perhaps his death will bring
things back into balance.
His musical accomplish-
ments are irrefutable.
"Thriller," released in late


See VIBE, B6


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer
A landmark entertain-
ment venue is hosting an art
design competition that will
meld the best in fine and
performing arts.
Riverside Theatre invites
artists from throughout the
Treasure Coast to submit
designs for the theatre's
2009-10 art design competi-
tion.
The winning entry will be
used on Riverside Theatre's
promotional and sale items
such as T-shirts, coffee
mugs, posters and other


merchandise.
A portion of the T-shirt
sale proceeds will be ear-
marked for Riverside Chil-
dren's Theatre scholarship
fund for underprivileged
children.
There is no entry fee and
the contest is open to any
student, hobbyist or profes-
sional artist age 15 and older.
According to event organ-
izer Eric Paris, director of
guest services and sales at
Riverside Theatre, the com-
petition is a good way to
broaden the theatre's pres-
ence.
"We're trying to get even


more involved in the com-
munity, as well as improve
the merchandise we sell
during the year. We want to
get the artists involved," he
said.
Mr. Paris noted the com-
petition was the first of its
kind for Riverside Theatre.
"We've never done it
before and the theater has
been using its standard star
design on everything. We're
hoping to get some good
submissions," Mr. Paris said.
Ten finalists will be select-
ed and the winner chosen by
a jury of local professionals.
Each of the finalists will


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Roadside Restaurant really has it all

Good food, good value in family atmosphere


By Cathy Guinn
For Hometown News
SEBASTIAN The
Roadside Restaurant. I
drove by the place many
times and saw loads of cars
in the parking lot, no mat-
ter what time of day. My
father and I decided to
check it out one early
evening.
At 5 pm, with an ample
lot already full of cars, we
pulled into the unassum-
ing building and saw the
specials on the outside
board.
With dinner specials
such as prime rib and pan-
seared sea scallops, both
priced at $9.95, and dark
cherry chocolate chocolate
cake and apple crisp both
at $1.75, we raised our


brows in disbelief: "How
good could this be at these
prices?"
We were about to find
out as owner and chef
Larry Peters was happy to
wipe his brow and hands
long enough to tell us
about the food and the his-
tory.
A Michigan native, Mr.
Peters grew up working in
his mom's restaurant and
later became a dairy dis-
tributor there.
Delivering dairy to local
restaurants sometimes
entailed waiting for the
owners to finish cooking,
so Mr. Peters offered a
helping hand on the cook-
ing line to expedite his
deliveries.
Alas, a chef was born,
and locals can rest assured


that Mr. Peters not only
makes everything from
scratch, from the soup and
entrees, down to the cakes,
pies, cobblers and his
creamy homemade ice
creams, but is also the only
chef cooking three menus
daily.
Chef Peters' manager,
"AD" (Aunt Deb) seated us
in a comfortable booth
and introduced us to our
smiling waitress, Angie
Gantz.
Ms. Gantz started us off
with a cup of crab corn
chowder ($2.25) and a
baguette of hot sourdough
bread.
The soup hit our tongues
with a smoky sweetness
from the corn and freshly-
roasted red peppers and
delivered a kick of heat at


the end. The crab pieces
offered a nice oceanic
saltiness to this memo-
rable dish.
My father and I looked at
each other with raised
brows yet again, and said:
"Wow, this is a good soup!"
We marveled at the tasti-
ness and value of this
delightful opener. The
soups change daily, and
include creamy spinach
Florentine, New England
clam chowder and beef
barley ($2.25 cup, $3.75
bowl).
Next, Angie brought us a
plate of the beer-battered
onion rings ($4.95). I'm not
usually a fan of anything
fried, however the sweet
Vidalia onions were thick
and nicely browned in a
See ROADSIDE, B2


receive two complimentary
tickets to the preview per-
formance of the Riverside
Theatre 2009-10 first show
of the season, "25th Annual
Putnam County Spelling
Bee."
The winning artist will
receive a one-season sub-
scription to the theatre's
Mainstage season, a T-shirt
and poster of their winning
design, a feature article on
the competition and artist in
the theater's show program
and an opportunity to show-
case a piece of art in the the-
atre.
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The Artists Guild Gallery
opening reception for "Art
Goes Green!" will be held
from 5 to 7 p.m. at the gallery
located at 44 Royal Palm Point
in Vero Beach. Free and open
to the public and will feature
unique artworks created with
recycled materials. Refresh-
ments will be served.
For more information, call
(772) 299-1234.

FRIDAY, JULY 10-
SUNDAY, JULY 18
Riverside Children's
Theatre production of "Honk,
Jr.," an updated ugly duckling
story from the Hans Christian
Anderson classic tale, will be
presented on the Waxlax Stage
of Riverside Theatre, 3280
Riverside Park Drive in Vero
Beach. Directed by Kevin
Quillinan, with music direction
by Deborah Quillinan. Perfor-
mances on July 10, 11 and 17
are at 7:30 p.m. and July 11,
12 and 18 at 1:30 p.m. The
show is suitable for family
audiences of all ages and the


Roadside
From page B1
light batter.
Since my father, Bill, is
writing a guitar rock ballad
called "Red Meat Rules," and
my mother is a huge fan of
sea scallops, we decided to
try each of the specials.
I'm crazy about rare
steaks. Whether it's Pitts-
burgh rare or black and
blue, I want my steak to
walk to the table on its own.
I decided to break tradition
and order my prime rib


musical is set in the English
countryside and features Ugly,
a duckling who discovers his
inner beauty when he
becomes a swan, and other
avian and barnyard creatures.
Tickets are $8.
For more information or to
reserve tickets, call the box
office at (772) 231-6990 or
visit online at www.river-
sidetheatre.com.

SATURDAY, JULY 11
The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents a one-day
print workshop with artist
Mary Segal from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. The workshop entitled
"Focus on Flowers" is a
monotype print process, in
which participants will print
directly from fresh flowers and
other botanical materials to
create original prints. Non-
toxic, water-based inks will be
used and participants will
complete several images or a
series of related images. This
workshop is suitable for all
levels, with no prior printing
experience required, although
a familiarity with drawing


medium rare, and waited in
trepidation for the steak to
be delivered.
Much to my surprise, my
meat came with a perfect
pinkish red center, little fat
to be found, and melted in
my mouth. The au jus was
so full of flavor that I drank it
at the end of my meal.
The pan-seared scallops
were carmelized, swam in a
sea of butter, garlic and Ital-
ian parsley and were tender
and sweet.
Chef Peters also brought
us a crab cake ($10.95) and a
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materials will be included and
students should bring a lunch
and beverage. Cost is $150 per
student and $140 for museum
members.
To register or for more
information, call Ellyn Gior-
dano at (772) 231-0707, Ext.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 15
The Vero Beach Museum
of Art's summer art trip
reservations are now being
taken for a day of art and
theater on Wednesday, July 15.
Participants will travel from the
museum via motor coach to
West Palm Beach to see a one-
of-a-kind exhibition entitled
"Disney: The Music Behind the
Magic" at the Norton Museum
of Art. The exhibition explores
Disney's innovative use of
music. A gourmet lunch will be
served at Manalapan's
Callaro's restaurant followed
by a performance of the
musical "Some Kind of
Wonderful" playing at Florida
Stage. The price for the all-
inclusive trip is $189 per


a spicy sweet remoulade.
Using lump crab meat and a
filler made from crab tidbits,
this dish will delight crab
cake lovers.
Other popular entrees are
filet mignon ($9.95), parme-
san-crusted pork chops
($9.95), black bean chicken
($10.95), a colossal column
of grilled chicken over black
beans and rice, topped with
veggies, meatloaf ($6.95)
and grilled ham steak with
glazed pineapple ($7.95).
The early bird menu is
$6.75 (from 3-5:30) and
includes baked tilapia,
country-fried steak and
chicken cordon bleu, and
include two sides with
bread.
For dessert, Chef Peters
brought us his famous
homemade maple walnut
ice cream for starters.
A dense delight, better
than my grandmother's ver-
sion made from her "old as
the hills" rock salt hand
grinder, Chef Peters told us
the secret is in making it
with a gelato machine.
With flavors such as rum
raisin and fresh strawberry,
the Roadside is a pit stop for
many patrons coming in
solely for this frozen fix.
We ate our ice cream
alongside a warm apple


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THE NEXT STAGE PRODUCTION .......................


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For more information, call
Dane Roberts at (772) 231-
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THROUGH JULY 15
The Cultural Council of
Indian River County presents
"A Fabulous Foursome"
featuring the art of Judy
Burgarella, Sue Gwinn, Barbara
Landry and Rita Ziegler on
view through July 15 at the
Indian River County Court-
house located at 2000 16th
Ave., downtown Vero Beach.
The exhibit is free and open to
the public. For more informa-
tion, call the Cultural Council
at (772) 770-4857

THROUGH FRIDAY, JULY 24
Riverside Children's
Theatre summer program for
children ages 4-7, called
Beginning Stages, will have an
"It's a Small World" theme for
the weekday enrichment
program held from 9 a.m. to
noon. Each week of the five-
See OUT, B3


cobbler ($1.75), covered
with a buttery thick layer of
brown sugar topping, and a
piece of "taffee apple" pie
($2.75), which tasted like its
namesake: an apple dipped
in warm caramel and nuts.
The dark cherry chocolate
chocolate cake (double
chocolate) was doubly dark
and topped with a smooth,
shiny ganache (melted
chocolate and heavy
cream), and, at $1.75, is
worth loosening that final
belt notch.
The Roadside also serves a
$4.99 blue plate special daily
from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The BPS
includes pigs in a blanket,
stuffed peppers, lasagna,
tenderloin beef stew and
crab cakes.
Breakfast is served daily
from 7 a.m. Sunday brunch
is served from 8 a.m.-1:30
p.m. and costs $6.79.
After sampling the food,
my dad and I came to the
conclusion that it's still pos-
sible to find good-quality
food at good prices and in a
family-friendly atmosphere.

The Roadside Restaurant
is located at 10795 U.S. 1,
Sebastian. Hours are 7 a.m.-
8 p.m., Tues.-Sat.; 7a.m.-2 p.
m. Sunday and Monday. Call
(772) 581-2623.


Design
From page B1
Submissions must depict
Riverside Theatre in general
and feature the 2009-10
Mainstage season of shows. A
short description of each
show is available for interest-
ed artists.
Images must be submitted
on a CD in PDF, EPS, JPEG or
TIFF format. Images may be
in color or black and white
and must be 8 inches by 10
inches at 300 dpi.
Interested artists must fill
out a registration form and
submit their artwork by Fri-
day, Aug. 7.

For more information, call
(772) 231-5860, Ext. 226 or e-
mail eparis@riversidethe-
atre.com.


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Last week, I shared one
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Anytime you match a
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two free items instead of
one. And what's better than
getting one product free?
Getting two for free, of
course.


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to love this: buy one, get
one free coupons.
When you use a BOGO
coupon during a sale in
which the same items are
also part of a BOGO sale at
the store, you will buy none
and get two for free.
This one can be a little
difficult to understand at
first, so I will break it down
using an actual example
from a recent sale.


My store had a certain
brand of shampoo on sale
BOGO in their weekly flier.
This shampoo is regularly
$4.99 a bottle. During this
sale, a shopper will pay
$4.99 for the first bottle
and get the second bottle
free. If I gave the store
$4.99 in cash, how many
bottles of shampoo would I
take home? Two.
Here's where the fun
begins. I've also got a
coupon from the newspa-
per that states buy one
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In the fine print on the
coupon, it states that when
my store redeems this
coupon for reimburse-
ment, they will receive the
price of the shampoo, "up
to $4.99 in value."
Did you catch that?
Without even paying
attention to the BOGO
wording on the coupon,
instead look at the value.
It's worth $4.99. Giving this
coupon to the cashier is
just like giving them $4.99
in cash. And with the
shampoo on sale for $4.99
BOGO, I can take two
bottles to the register and
"pay" for them with my
$4.99-value coupon. I've
"purchased" none and take
home two for free.


In my coupon classes,
this topic tends to raise a
lot of questions. Of course,
audiences get very excited
when they learn another
easy way to get things for
free. But some people get
tripped up a little bit with
over-thinking these
coupons.
In one class, someone
spoke up and felt they
should get four bottles for
free, because the shampoo
is already on sale BOGO at
the store, and the coupon
states "buy one shampoo,
get one free."
But it doesn't work that
way (and the store cashier
will take issue with that
incorrect viewpoint, too).
Truly, the BOGO wording
on the coupon is irrelevant
when you are using the
coupon during a sale in
which those items are
already BOGO at the store.
What we, as shoppers,
are looking at is the actual
value of the coupon.
Because the coupon has a


value of $4.99, it's just like
handing the store that
same amount in cash.
I've touched on this in
previous columns, and it's
important to mention it
again. Think of your
coupons as cash, because
they are. They represent
money to you and your
store. And when you start
thinking of them as cash, it
helps you visualize why
you can "buy" items that
will ultimately be free with
a coupon.
Next week, I've got yet
another coupon secret to
share, and it, too, involves
BOGO sales.

Jill Cataldo, a coupon
workshop instructor, writer
and mother of three, never
passes up a good deal.
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through literature and music.
Beginning Stages is an
introduction to the perform-
ing arts program, which uses
age-appropriate literature
and music with a showcase
performance for parents
each Friday. The fee is $85
per session and the theatre
has scholarships available.
For more information, call
the Riverside Children's
Theatre office at (772) 234-
8052.

THROUGH FRIDAY, JULY 31
S"Art Goes Green!" at the
Artists Guild Gallery
throughout July, as gallery
artists showcase works
created from recycled
objects including glue, sticks,
paint, feathers, fabric,
hardware and more. Newly-
installed traditional art will
also be on display in a wide
array of mediums and styles.
The exhibit is free and open
to the public. The Artists
Guild Gallery is located at 44


Royal Palm Point in Vero
Beach. Summer hours are
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and on Saturday from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information, call
(772) 299-1234.

THROUGH JULY 2009
Riverside Children's
Theatre, 3280 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach. "Big
River" will be performed at
Anne Morton Theatre at 7:30
p.m., July 24, 25 and 31; also
at 1:30 p.m. July 25, 26 and


Aug. 1. Appropriate for ages
7 and up.
For more information call
(772) 231-6990 or (772)
234-8052.

SATURDAY, AUG. 1
SThe Vero Beach Art Club
has issued a call to artists
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Onmond Beach


By Suzanne Grill
For Hometown News
At the turn of the 20th
century, Ormond Beach
was known as a warm
weather playground for the
rich and famous, but you
don't need to be a Rocke-
feller to enjoy fun summer
days in their old stomping
grounds.
With a diverse mix of
natural beauty and historic
charm, Ormond Beach,
just north of Daytona
Beach in Volusia County, is
the perfect spot for a one-
or two-day respite.
The famous Ormond
Loop is a designated Flori-
da Scenic Highway 33
miles of protected riverside
and interior landscapes
with many points of access
and scenic pull-out spots.
Along the Loop are plenty
of free or inexpensive
parks, outdoor activities,
cultural and historical
sites, shops, and restau-
rants to satisfy everyone in
the family.
Begin at the corner of
Granada Boulevard (State
Road 40) and Beach Street,
traveling north.
Starting out in the cool-
ness of early morning is
best (parks open at 8 a.m.),
and don't forget to bring
your hat, sunglasses, sun-
screen, insect repellant,
sturdy shoes and a camera,
since there will be many
great photo opportunities.
More than 150 plant
species and loads of
wildlife including deer, tor-
toises, birds and butterflies
inhabit Bulow Creek,
Tomoka, and North Penin-


sula State Parks, all with
entrances on the Loop. All
three parks have designat-
ed Great Florida Birding
Trails, so pack your binoc-
ulars and checklist if you
plan on birding.
Tomoka State Park offers
hiking and biking trails,
camping, picnicking, and a
boat ramp, plus points of
interest such as the Tomo-
ka Mounds and Middens,
an archaeological site
made up of burial mounds
and shell middens, evi-
dence of the area's early
Native American settle-
ments. The Fred Dana
Marsh Museum hosts a
collection of this local
sculptor's works and a vari-
ety of natural and histori-
cal exhibits. Park Services
Specialist John Lohde said
all park activities are high-
lighted on the Web site at
www.floridastateparks. org
and brochures are avail-
able at the park entrance.
He suggests calling ahead
to reserve campsites.
Follow the Loop east,
along Walter Boardman
Lane, southeast to High-
bridge Road, and instead of
traveling down John
Anderson Drive, go straight
through to A1A and enjoy
all the coastal route has to
offer. There are many vista
points and small local
parks. You can stop and
enjoy the beach at any
access point, and satisfy
your hunger and thirst at
any number of fresh
seafood restaurants, many
of which are oceanfront or
offer ocean views.
If you make it back down
to Granada Boulevard


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Destination Daytona in Ormond Beach hosts many venues from concerts to Bike Week events.


before you've eaten, you'll
find even more dining
choices including Thai
Erawan, Lulu's Oceanside
Grill and Billy's Tap Room,
a local landmark. Shopping
opportunities abound on
the beachside and include
Granada Gourmet, Bikini
Co., Adornments and sev-
eral other specialty shops.
Continuing west along
Granada from the main
shopping district, you'll
see the MacDonald House,
home to the Ormond
Beach Historical Trust,
which in addition to pho-
tographs, video, and other
exhibits, offers trolley
tours to more than 30 local
sites.
Then there's the Ormond
Memorial Art Museum and
Gardens, with its changing
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dens, with nature trails,
fish ponds and a recently
restored painter's cottage.
Sitting regally on the
riverfront is The Case-
ments, the famous former
home of millionaire and
philanthropist John D.
Rockefeller, a historic
treasure on the banks of
the Halifax River. Unfortu-
nately it is currently closed
for renovations, but its
massive garden area is
open after its own recent
renovation and many arts-
related events are planned
here throughout the year.
A newer attraction in
Ormond Beach is Destina-
tion Daytona, Bruce Ross-
meyer's 150-acre Harley
Davidson Mecca. Located
where U.S. 1 meets 1-95
(Exit 273), it is home to the
area's largest Harley David-
son dealership, several
restaurants, bars, shops, a
hotel and outdoor concert
venue.
Special events at Desti-
nation Daytona include a
Biker Block Party on the
first Saturday of the month
with live music, a bike
show, free BBQ and a vari-
ety of vendors. A Swap
Meet on the second Sun-
day of the month is free. It's
like a giant garage sale -
bikes, cars, antiques, craft
items you never know
what you will find for sale.
New this year, Destina-
tion Daytona presents its
Arts & Crafts Fair on the
third Sunday of the month,
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in


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The Ormond Beach Scenic Loop and Trail is a 30-mile
loop traversing some of the most beautiful and diverse
natural scenery of northeast Florida.


the shade of the Coca-Cola
Pavilion. Admission is free,
and proceeds from vendor
fees benefit Camp Boggy
Creek for children. Upcom-
ing fairs are July 19, Aug. 16
and Sept. 20.
A variety of nighttime
events are also planned for
the Pavilion. Tickets are
available at Ticketmaster,


Destination Daytona and
other locations. (Visit
www.daytonahd.com or
www.daytonabeachcon-
certs.corn.)

For more information on
Ormond Beach, visit
www.ormondchamber.co
m or
www.ormondbeach.org.


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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The Boys &
Girls Clubs of Indian River County recent-
ly received a $3,000 donation from the
Exchange Club of the Treasure Coast.
The donation will provide scholarships
for 10 children to attend the Boys & Girls
Club's summer program.
The Boys & Girls Club offers a wide vari-
ety of programs and activities for kids,
ages 6 to 18 every weekday during the
summer at its three clubhouse locations,
two in Vero Beach and one in Sebastian.
In addition to participating in national-
ly-recognized programs such as SMART


Girls, Passport to Manhood and Money
Matters, members are engaged in reading
clubs, arts and crafts, sports, and games
and also enjoy going on field trips.
The club provides important programs
in a safe, positive environment every day
after school and administers the Youth
Volunteer Corps, a teen community serv-
ice outreach program for youth ages 11-
18.
The Exchange Club is an all-volunteer,
national service organization for men and
women who are dedicated to preventing
child abuse and helping the community
be a better place to live and raise children.
For more information, call (772) 299-
7449 or visit www.bgcirc.org.


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Two recipes for chicken in a Latin-American style


Hello, smart shoppers.
I am slowly trying to
come back from my
open heart surgery to
remove a large aneurysm in
my aorta. It seems like it's
taking forever.
Chicken is the dinner of
the day. We're going to make
two Latin-American
dinners.
Chicken is the most
versatile of meats. It's low-
fat (sans skin), and inexpen-
sive.
When buying a whole
chicken, remove the bag
inside the body. You did
know there is a bag of
giblets, (neck, etc.) in the
chicken? Please don't feel
insulted. I knew someone
who thought the chicken
came already stuffed.
It's not a sale when there's
more fat than meat. I
purchased a large package
of chicken legs and thighs a
while ago. When my mom
removed the skin and fat,
her wedding band and
engagement ring, which she
couldn't get off for more
than 30 years, came off.
That's how much fat that
chicken contained.
Remember bad experi-
ences like that, report them


to the store manager, and
don't make the same
mistake twice.
Rinse the chicken and
remove any fat you can.
Soak in cold salted water for
about 1 hour; this is called
"bleeding the chicken." It
makes the meat taste
fresher.

ARROZ CON POLLO Y
GANDULES
(CHICKEN WITH RICE
AND PIGEON PEAS)
Serves 4

A few years ago I wanted
to do something different
with chicken, different and
easy. I searched through my
cookbooks and couldn't find
a recipe for Spanish-style
chicken and rice. I remem-
bered a rice recipe my
Mexican friend Lucy made,
and I used what she taught
me to make my dish.
Lucy has since gone to be


with the Lord, but she lives
on in my memory. She used
a seasoning called sazon
goya con azafran. You will
find it in the Latin-Ameri-
can section of the super-
market. It's a seasoning that
comes in a box. The box
contains several packets.
Remember, the recipe is
an original. If any of my
Latin-American readers
have a recipe to share, I
would be delighted.
I added gandules for extra
texture and protein. Make it
as hot or mild as you
choose.

Chicken parts, allow at
least 2 pieces per person
1 tablespoon extra virgin
olive oil, canola oil or
cooking spray
1 large onion, wedged and
sliced
4 large cloves garlic,
chopped
4 large bell peppers, half
red, half green or any
combination
1 15-1/2 ounce can of
whole tomatoes
2 cups chicken broth,
homemade or canned
2 packets sazon seasoning
1 teaspoon oregano
7 or 8 sprigs fresh Italian


parsley (chopped) or 2
tablespoons, dried
Salt and pepper to taste
Few shakes crushed red
pepper
1 16-ounce can gandules
(found in Latin-American
section)
1 cup raw white rice

Remove skin and fat from
chicken. Do not use wings
for this dish. Save them for
another time. Soak chicken
as explained.
Cut and seed peppers,
slice and set aside. In a large
skillet that has a tight-fitting
cover, sautO chicken lightly
in oil or cooking spray.
Remove chicken and set
aside.
Add onions and garlic to
skillet and saute until
golden. Smash tomatoes
and add with juice, season-
ings and broth. Cook about
10 minutes.
Return chicken to skillet,
cover and cook about 20
minutes. Add rice, gandules
and peppers. Cover and
cook until rice is tender and
peppers are tender-crisp.
Add more broth or water if
necessary.
NOTE: If you prefer to use
brown rice, cook it half-way


before adding to the skillet.

KIM'S CHICKEN OLE
Serves 6
Regular or low fat

This can be a very high-fat
or low-fat meal, depending
on your choice of cream
cheese and chips. Kim
insists the only salsa to use
is Pace and the only chips to
use are Doritos. These
choices I leave up to you.

2 whole boneless chicken
breasts
2 8-ounce packages
cream cheese (regular,
light or fat free)
1 small jar salsa (mild,
medium or hot)
1 bunch scallions (green
onions), thinly sliced,
tops and all
Nacho cheese chips
(regular or low fat), about
1 to 1-1/2 cups, crushed

Trim all fat and nerve
from breasts. Separate lobes
and cut each in half by
holding your hand atop the
breast and slicing it in half
to make a thin cutlet.
Mix softened cream
cheese, salsa and scallions


together. Stuff and roll or
fold each fillet. Place seam
side down in casserole.
Cover and bake in a 350-
degree oven for about 45
minutes. Top with crushed
chips. Serve with rice.
NOTE: Try Success-brand
brown rice. It cooks in 10
minutes.

When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook, "Romancing The
Stove 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 additional book ($15
plus $2). Send to: Arlene M.
Borg, 265 S. W Port St. Lucie
Blvd, No. 149, Port St. Lucie,
FL 34984.Check, money
order, Visa, Master Card or
Paypal accepted or visit
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Fountain of youth


College names new head coach


On Father's Day, a
dear long-time
friend, master
decorator and designer
Sandy Patterson of Vero
Beach took me out to
lunch.
We had a grand time. She
inspired me to pursue my
dream of helping my
readers, clients and friends
to continue to pursue new
ways to increase health,
happiness and longevity.
Sandy, thanks for all the
wonderful, inspiring ideas
and the time we shared.
May your life be long,
happy and healthy. No one
is more deserving.
Wikipedia says the
fountain of youth is a
legendary spring that
reputedly restores the
youth of anyone who
drinks its waters.
The most famous story is
that of Ponce de Leon, who
is accredited with the
discovery of Florida in 1513
near St. Augustine, while
searching for it. There is
much debate on where he
first landed. Some histori-
ans think it could be as far
south as Melbourne. He
soon sailed further south
and landed around Miami
and searched the Florida
Keys.
At the time, he was
governor of Puerto Rico
and growing older. He was
looking for gold. Much of
the riches he found went
back to his sponsor,
Ferdinand, the king of
Spain. Legend says he was
also searching for a spring
that yielded living waters
and would restore his
youth if he drank it.
Eventually, he did find
warm mineral springs near
Port Charlotte. Whether


SPIRIT
GUIDE
JAMES TUCKER


this was the eternal spring
is not recorded in history.
He was not the first in
recorded history to search
for the fountain of youth.
The search goes way back.
Herodotus, an ancient
Greek historian of the fifth
century, B.C., mentions a
spring in the land of the
Ethiopians. He thought the
reason the Ethiopians lived
long lives was because of
the water they drank from
this spring.
There is talk of Alexander
the Great coming upon a
healing spring in his
travels. Franklin Roosevelt
made regular trips to Warm
Springs, Ga., to bathe in
and take the waters. A
healing spring exists in
Arkansas, near the Ozark
Mountains, that reportedly
has restorative powers.
In the past few years,
much new research and
discovery has been focused
on breaking old drinking
and eating habits to return
us to healthy living.
We live in a quick-fix
world today. The quick fix
is an attempt to cover up
the hunger, pain, fear and
sadness that we have
allowed to take over our
lives and separate us from
feeling nurtured, safe,
happy and free and follow-
ing the heart.

See SPIRIT, B6

There is a much better
way to live. It begins with


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST-John
Picchiarini has been named
head men's basketball coach
at Indian River State College.
Coach Picchiarini has
accepted the challenge of
succeeding the 2009 Nation-
al Junior College Athletic
Association Hall of Fame
coach, Mike Leatherwood,
after his retirement Aug. 1.
Coach Leatherwood has
been the Pioneer's coach for
37 years.
Coach Picchiarini has
served as an assistant coach
at IRSC since the 2006-07


season. He was the head
boy's basketball coach at Port
St. Lucie High School from
1994-2003, and spent one
year as the head boy's basket-
ball coach at John Carroll
High School 1993-94 com-
bining a career record of 150-
132 with five state regional
appearances, four in the last
five years, at Port St. Lucie
High School.
He won two district titles in
1999 and 2003; went to two
state regional semifinals
2001-02, 2002-03 and a 5A
Final Four appearance in
1998-99 with record of 30-4.
Coach Picchiarini earned
his bachelor's degree from


California University in
industrial arts/technology
education in 1987.
The university is an NCAA
Division II school. He was a
two-year letterman, then
served as graduate assistant
and men's basketball coach,
before moving to St. Lucie
Countyin 1989.
He earned his master's
degree in exercise science
health promotion/sports
psychology from California
University in 2008.
He brings 20 years of
coaching experience, as well
as working elite evaluation
camps around the country,
including Five-Star, West


Coast All Stars, Blue Chip,
Metro Index, Shoot for Stars
and university camps at
Louisiana State University,
Florida, Pittsburgh, Robert
Morris and Notre Dame.
Coach Picchiarini has also
been a color analyst for
WSTU 1450 AM and WPSL
1590 AM, an ESPN affiliate,
which covers high school
basketball on the Treasure
Coast.
Coach Picchiarini is a
native of Belle Vernon, Pa. He
is married to Kelly, who is a
cardiac ICU nurse at Martin
Memorial Hospital. They
have a 7-year old son,
William.


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Religion notes


Immanuel Church

*Support group/celebrate
recovery, a support group for
hurts, habits and hang-ups meets
every Thursday at 6 p.m. for din-
ner, 6:45 p.m. for meeting. Dona-
tions are accepted for dinner.
*Celebrate recovery is a Biblical
12-step program that provides
help for hurts, hang-ups, and
habits. Dinner starts at 6:15 p.m.
and is optional; $3 donation.
Meeting starts at 7 p.m.
For more information, call (772)
562-3185. Immanuel Church is
located at 455 58th Ave., South-
west, Vero Beach.

Micco Community Church

*A study, the 12 steps for Chris-
tians, a Bible study for multiple
addictions, will be held on Mon-
days, starting at 7 p.m. at the
church.
An open discussion "Coffee
and Christ," on Tuesday evenings
at 7 p.m. in the church fellowship
hall.
Storehouse Food Pantry is
open on Wednesdays from 10
a.m.-1 p.m.
For more information, call (772)
202-4096. The church is located on
the corner of Church Street and
CentralAvenue in Micco.

First Presbyterian
Church of Sebastian

*Newcomers and visitors are
invited to the 10 a.m. Sunday
worship service. Communion 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 more
information on this study.
Adult Sunday school and
youth classes at 9 a.m. Children's
Sunday school starts at 10 a.m.
following the children's message.
Friendship Crossroads Thrift
Shop is open for business on
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information, call the
shop at (772) 581-8155.
The church is located one block
north of Main Street at 1405
Louisiana Ave., Sebastian. For
more information, call the church
office at (772) 589-5656.

Riverside Church

Open prayer meeting is held
every Tuesday from noon to 2 p.m.
You are welcome to come to the
church and pray as long as you
want. On Tuesday evenings at 7
p.m., the Men's Group meets for
discussion of the word and fellow-
ship.
Oneighty Youth Group, an
evening of music, fun, games and
a Bible service at the 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.
Mpact Girls' Club, a Christian
club for girls in kindergarten
through 12th grade, meets at the
church 6:30 p.m., Thursday
evening meetings. The girls learn
about cooking, camping, crafts,


community, missions, friendship,
overcoming peer pressure, careers
and purity.
A chapter of Royal Rangers,
one of America's largest and fore-
most adventure, camping and
mentoring programs for boys and
young men in grades one through
12, meets 6 p.m. every Friday.
Sunday worship service is held
at 8:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. King-
dom Kids for children in grades K-
5 is held at the same time. This
program includes Bible lessons
kids can understand and apply to
their lives, plus games and prizes.
Newcomers are welcome at
Riverside Church, located at 11205
Roseland Road, 2 miles west of U.S.
1, Sebastian. For additional infor-
mation, call (772) 589- 7825.

New Life Baptist Church

Edge Student Ministries, the
church's youth ministry meets
every Wednesday evening from 6
to 8 pm. There are lots of new
activities; admission is free and the
evening is packed with games,
snacks and fellowship. All stu-
dents, regardless of church affilia-
tion, in grades 6-12 are welcome to
attend this interactive, fun-filled
weekly get together.
Edge JR is a children's ministry
for K-6th grade every Wednesday
night at 7 p.m. and on Sunday at
9:30 a.m. All children are welcome
to this fun-filled, highly interactive
program; admission is free.
Children, women and adult
Sunday school classes are held
every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m.
and a worship service begins at
10:45 a.m.


Gentlemen are invited to the
Men's Group meeting on alternate
Sunday evenings at 5 p.m.
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 Baptist Church, located at 725
Commerce Center Drive, Suites C, D
& E, Sebastian. For additional
information, call Pastor Bill Broth-
ers at (772) 473-3614.

King's Baptist Church

*A quilting group meets 9:30
a.m. every Friday in Room 121 at
the church. Newcomers are always
welcome and there is no charge to
participate.
Awana, a Bible-based program
with extra emphasis on Scripture
memory for children ages 3
through the sixth grade is held
everyWednesday evening at 6 p.m.
Teens in grades 7-12 are invited to
X-treme Lives, a time of worship
and small group Bible study, on
Wednesday evenings from 6-7:30
p.m. Adult Bible study begins at
6:30 p.m. everyWednesday.
*Young adults are invited to the
new "20 Something" class at 9 a.m.
on Sunday. The Bible class focus-
es on issues and challenges facing
young adults as they continue
education 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 in


children's choir where they learn
basic music skills and perform
songs and musicals. They meet in
the Awana Auditorium; everyone
is welcome and there is no cost.
The church is located at 3235
58th Ave., Vero Beach. For more
information, call (772) 567-5850 or
visit www.kingsbaptist.org.

Unity Center of Vero Beach

The community is invited to
"A Course in Miracles" led by
Chris Williams every Monday
evening at 6 p.m.
On Tuesday evenings at 7 p.m.
Eide Monahan instructs a one
hour gyrokinesis class. The tech-
nique incorporates breathing and
fluid yoga movements to open
and strengthen you.
Qi gong class, an ancient Chi-
nese system of postures, exercis-
es, breathing techniques, and
meditation, is held 10:30 a.m.
everyWednesday.
On Thursday 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 cel-
ebration is held at 9:30 and 11
a.m. Childcare is available for
both services and children's
classes are held every Sunday at
lla.m.
For more information, call (772)
562-1133 or visit www.unity-
ofvero.com.
Newcomers are always welcome
at Unity Center of Vero Beach. The
church is located at 950 43rd Ave.,
Vero Beach.
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From page B3
enthusiasts and sell their
artwork. This event kicks off
the Vero Beach Art Club
season and is widely promot-
ed and advertised. The
selection process is open to all
talented artists living in Vero
Beach who meet certain
requirements and who are
willing to make their homes
accessible to the public. The
application fee is $20 and the
deadline to enter is Aug. 1.
Those interested may pick up
an application form at the Vero
Beach Art Club offices located
at the Vero Beach Museum of
Art at 3001 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach or by
calling (772) 231-0303 for
more information.

THROUGH SATURDAY, SEPT. 19

SVero Beach Opera and the
Majestic Theatre present
"Met Summer Encores" in
high-definition, showing of


some of the best of the
Metropolitan Opera's pro-
grams. Tickets for each
performance are $12 for adults.
The summer series line-up
includes "Eugene Onegin" by
Tchaikovsky on July 18; "La
Boheme" by Puccini on Aug. 8;
"La Fille Du Regiment" by
Donizetti on Aug. 22; "Barber
of Seville" by Rossini on Sept.
12; and "Madame Butterfly" by
Puccini on Sept. 19. All encore
performances begin at 10 a.m.
Tickets are available at the
Majestic Theatre box office
located at 940 14th Lane off
U.S. 1 in Vero Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 770-0773.

THROUGH OCT. 25

The Vero Beach Museum
of Art presents "Rooted in
Tradition: Art Quilts from the
Rocky Mountain Quilt
Museum" in its Homes Gallery
in an exhibit sponsored by the
Patricia M. Patten endowment.
There is no admission charge
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the museum's other
summer/fall exhibitions. The
exhibit chronicles the history of
art quilts from 1980 to the
present in a movement which
brought the quilts from the
bed to the wall. Sixty-four
quilts in the collection reflect
the change from traditional
repeated block designs to
more free-spirited, edgy art
forms. The Vero Beach
Museum of Art is located at
3001 Riverside Park Drive in
Vero Beach.
For more information, call
(772) 231-070Z

NOW THROUGH FALL 2009

The Vero Beach Museum of
Art announces free admission
to all art exhibits now through
fall. All visitors are asked to stop
at the front visitor's desk to pick
up a complimentary admission
ticket for admission. Museum
hours are Monday through
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. and Sundays from 1-4:30
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Day. The Museum of Art is
located at 3001 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach.
For information, call (772)
231-0707

ART GALLERIES

Artists Guild Gallery, 44
Royal Palm Pointe, Vero Beach.
Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-
Friday, Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Call (772) 299-1234 or visit
artistsguildgalleryverobeach.co
m for upcoming events.
SGallery 14, 1911 14th Ave.,
Vero Beach. (772) 562-5525
The Laughing Dog Gallery,
2910 Cardinal Drive, Vero
Beach. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Saturday. (772) 234-
6711
Lin Roller Menard Gallery,
2919 Cardinal Drive, Vero
Beach. (772) 231-5050
Tiger Lily Art Studios and
Gallery, 1903 14th Ave., Vero
Beach. (772) 778-3443.

BARS AND CLUBS

Capt. Hiram's Resort, 1580
U.S. 1, Sebastian. For a look at
the full entertainment lineup,
visit www.hirams.com. (772)
589-4345
Earl's Hideaway Lounge
and Tiki Bar, 1405 Indian
River Drive, Sebastian. Live
Delta Blues music Tuesday
nights by Ernie Southern.
(772) 589-5700, (772) 388-
2597 or
www.earlshideaway.com.
*Kelley's Irish Pub, 484 21st
St., B, Vero Beach, Friday night
sing-along in the piano bar.
(772) 567-3838
Long Branch Saloon, 2199
Seventh Ave., Vero Beach.
(772) 569-4075
Marsh Landing, 44 N.
Broadway St., Fellsmere:
Folk/acoustic duo HairPeace
every Saturday, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Call for other entertainment
schedules. (772) 571-8622.


Spirit
From page B5
turning away from the
dependency on dead food
and drink and getting back
to basics.
The four fundamentals of
good health are: lots of
oxygen, drinking high pH,
alkaline water, eating high-
pH, living alkaline foods
and positive thinking.
This translates into
pumping our lungs
through exercise and daily
walking, eating fresh, living
fruits and vegetables and
letting hope spring eternal
through believing that we
can fulfill our dreams.
If you need to eat meat,
eat fish, turkey or chicken,
white meats, hopefully,
raised in the water or on
the ground. When we eat


Vibe
From page B1

1982, remains, at 50 million
copies sold, the best-
selling record album of all
time.
Shortly afterward,
though, Mr. Jackson's
physical appearance began
to change. It seemed he
wanted and needed to be
someone else.
Though he was heralded
for his musical accom-
plishments, Mr. Jackson's
lightened skin, straight-
ened hair and endless
rhinoplasties seemed to
indicate a rejection of his
race.
Many believed he was
bleaching his skin in an
effort to be "white." I, too,
wondered, until I saw a
time-line video of Michael
from the mid 1980s to the
present.
The irregular pigmenta-
tion and whitening,
resulting from a skin
condition known as
vitiligo, is plainly evident in
a series of close-up shots.
His former make-up
artist noted that the
condition, which his
paternal grandfather also
had, began to manifest
around the time "Thriller"
was released and quickly
exacerbated, requiring
make-up to even out his
skin tone.
But his subsequent use
of eye makeup and lipstick
plus his breathy, girlish
voice conveyed a possible
dissatisfaction with his
gender.
His repeated rounds of
plastic surgeries left him
disfigured and almost


beef, we are drinking the
blood of the cow. Yuk.
Next and foremost, make
time each day to fantasize,
dream, envision and still
the conscious mind.
Go inside, find the
fountain of youth. It is your
spirit. When you do it say,
"Yeah. Eureka! I have found
it. I have found the true
fountain of youth."
It's been inside us all
these years screaming to be
set free. Let it out and set it
free. The reward will be an
awesome, long and healthy
life for all your days and
years to come. Is this
exciting or what?
The fountain of youth
has been inside us all our
days. Now we have it. Let's
celebrate. The sweetest
news is the best is yet to
come.
I have recently created a


alien-like in appearance.
Allegations of child
molestation nearly ended
his career, and most
assuredly harmed it. He
seemed to be self-destruct-
ing before our eyes.
Who was Michael
Jackson? Sadly, he became
"Wacko Jacko," as dubbed
by the British press. I doubt
we shall ever know the real
Michael, but it would
appear he wrestled with
deep inner conflict, while
needing to express his
creative talent and genius.
Better, I think, to remem-
ber him through his music
and dance, because his
showmanship, at least, was
unimpeachable.
Ms. Fawcett represented
a quintessential ideal of
American beauty. Blonde,
beautiful and buff, she had
a toothsome smile that was
a dentist's dream. Cancer
took away her famed
blonde locks and life, but
not her resolve to fight with
grace and dignity until the
end.
"Hi, Billy Mays here" was
the familiar, high-volume
introduction to the late
pitchman's commercials
for any number of unnec-
essary, but useful products.
He was a shill extraordi-
naire and a likeable
huckster. And apparently,
we bought whatever he
was selling, judging from
his success.
They are gone now. Like
so many other famous, as
well as faceless, unknowns
from our time.
And so we remember
those departed icons. I
think it's the way each
generation's memories
ultimately evolve into
nostalgia.


water ionizing machine
called the fountain of
youth. It creates ionized,
alkaline water that helps
bring the pH into balance. It
is now available by calling
(772) 334-9487, e-mailing
jtuckxyz@aol.com, or
writing ames Tucker, 4550
N.E. Indian River Drive,
Jensen Beach, Fl, 34957for
details. Also, ifyou want an
astrology chart, contact me
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Don'tforget to go to
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message.
Until next time, never
give up on your dream, your
purpose and your passion.
Keep on keeping on.


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$72,500 712-299-3252


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washer. Avail. Now! 6 or
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VERO BEACH 1912
23rd Ave. Large 1 bdrm,
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W/D, shed, carport. Must
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$15,000 772-563-4888



COLORADO RANCH:
BANK FORECLOSURE!
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2
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VERO BEACH 3/1 Cen-
trally located. Section 8
OK. W/D hookups, tile &
hardwd firs. Very clean.
$775/mo 772-321-1689
VERO BEACH 55+ Villa
Mar Furnished 2-br/2-ba.
1st floor. Florida room,
Annual lease. Comm
pool & clbhse. $700/mo
+ security 772-569-2354
VERO BEACH lakeview
3/2/1 furn, all appl. freshly
painted, tile, all
amenities. 5 min to beach
& town. $900/mo
772-321-4045
VERO BEACH Luxury
1br apt, high ceilings,
part until incl, CHA, Cen-
trally located. New paint.
$525/mo 772-643-8826
VERO BEACH- 55+
Vista Harbor. 1-br/1.5-ba.
Gorgeous view Will
furnish. No pets $550/mo
3 month minimum.
772-633-1417
VERO BEACH- Clean
Studio efficiency w/tiled
floors in park like setting.
All utilities included at
promotional rate of
$495/mo. 772-473-4855 /
567-0054 Broker.


AFFORDABLE
VERO BEACH: Call for
specials! 1br from $475,
2br from $600 incl
water/sewer, Tile, New
appl. Near Beach, Park &
Restaurant 772-563-0013



PORT ST. LUCIE West:
Lake Forest PTE 3/2/2
Pvt water setting, Com-
munity pool, walk to
stores, dining, etc.
$965/mo incl. cable/ lawn
maint. Possible lease op-
tion. 772-201-1205


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PALM BAY Restaurant:
Great location, 2000sqft,
All equipment included.
$80,000 321-626-6631


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GEORGIA QUIET,
COUNTRY LIVING.
3acre to 6acre lots. No
traffic/red lights. Only 20
mins. to the large city of
Dublin. Owner financing
$110/mo. For pictures:
678-644-0547

GEORGIA RIVER
FRONT PROPERTY -
5-1/2 acres in Tattnall
County, between Collins
and Lyons on Hwy 292,
good roads, approximate-
ly 200ft frontage on beau-
tiful unsoiled Ohoppee
river, only $55,000 with
10% down and owner fi-
nancing 912-427-7062 or
Cell #912-269-9349

GEORGIA Very Beauti-
ful high and dry lots
cleared and grassed with
beautiful trees in country
setting, located between
Claxton and Lyons on
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tract with $1000 down
and owner financing or
discount for cash.
912-427-7062 or Cell#
912-269-9349
GEORGIA North Georgia
Mtns. Ellijay Blueridge,
Brand New 2/2 cabin on
.77ac, Private Comm.
Wood firs, New appl.,
fireplace, near rivers, raft-
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$170K, asking $125,000
Will help obtain financing
561-512-5550 see photos
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GEORGIA: UPSON Co.,
155 AC $3,250/ac. Great
timberland investment
tract, excellent hunting,
gently rolling, near Flint
River. 478-987-9700
St. Regis Paper Co.

MACON GEORGIA
2,3& 4BR HOMES.
Near 1-75. Move-In-
Ready! Remodeled. New
Carpet/Paint, Cabinets.
Safe Communities,Low
taxes.Starting @ $54,900
Owner Financing -
Low Down No Credit
Check. 706-364-4200


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Bay. Like new 2/2,
carport. All new ceramic
tile, scrn rm $675/mo
772-664-3940/ 473-1392

VERO BEACH Furnished
or unfurnished 2-br
cottage with den totally
refurbished in a great
location for shopping & 5
mins. to beach. New
appliances including
W/D, great backyard &
total privacy Water, lawn
maint & trash pick-up inc.
It's a clean must see. No
pets or smokers.
$895/mo.772-559-7550




SEBASTIAN Tri-plex
Completely remodeled
1/1 Screened Lanai. A/C,
So Indian River Dr.
$650/mo. 863-983-8064

VERO BEACH
Triplex 2036 19th St. #2.
2/1 Terrazzo fl, C/A/H
(20th Ave to 19th St., turn
West) nr Rt 60. $425/mo
& $170/mo Trade, or
$595/mo 772-569-5904





FORT PIERCE- Country
Cove 2/1, unfurn, $560/
mo + utilities. Month to
Month Deposit required.
Valerie: 772-807-0883





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Fishing. Near Gulf and
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or cell 352-356 -1099
NC MOUNTAINS
2.5ACRE HOMESITE.
Spectacular view.
High altitude. Easily
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Secluded. Bryson City
$39,950.
Owner financing. Call
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com
NC MOUNTAINS
2.5ACRE HOMESITE.
Spectacular view.
High altitude. Easily
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Secluded. Bryson City
$39,950.
Owner financing. Call
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Tennessee, Crawford:
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16ac w/Cabin & River
$139,000
180ac w/Creek $299,000
255ac River, Creek &
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20-acre Ranches, Near
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VIRGINIA
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Beautiful stream,
buildable property New
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service, road.
50acre tract &
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321-508-0320
WESTERN KENTUCKY
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Tracts. Hunting &
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FORT PIERCE near
downtown, 16 units 2/1
built 1986, 1.49 acres,
15,580 sq ft. $699,995
assumable loan Jeff Klein
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El CAMINO 1978 LT1
with headers, Qudra Jet,
700R4 Trans. PS, PB,
A/C. Real nice, Real fast!
$15,900 772-473-2413 IR
see photos online www.
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ad # 36859
Ford Sunliner: 56' Conv,
Red/White, 292 Auto,
Skirts, Continental kit,
wide white walls. $35,000
OBO 386-212-5117
MILITARY JEEPS
1953-54, 1956 & 1966
Parade ready. 772-
597-2999 772-631-5188
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CHRYSLER Conquest
TSI 1987 138K. Every
thing works. Cold A/C.
Meticulous maintenance
Original owner. $2500/
obo 321-768-9702 see
photo online at www.
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ad # 36814
DONATE A car today to
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8593
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FORD FIVE HUNDRED ,
2005, Silver, leather, sun-
roof, climate control, all
power, Michelin hydro-
Edge tires, 59,000 mi, full
Ford Warranty asking
$10,200 772-567-4100




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SPECIAL
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set up in a 55+ retirement
park. $0 down $0 interest
$575 per month, includes
payment on trailer lot and
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772-359-5231
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SAFARI TREK 1998 62K
miles. Great layout,
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$19,500 772-463-7442
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KAYAK- & accessories-
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rod holders, paddle,
retractable rudder,
anchor, kayak cart. Good
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x 32.5" 56 Ibs. All for
$799 Kelly 772-539-2672




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