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Vol. 6, No. 46 Your Local News and Information Source www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, August 14, 2009


HOW WEIRD
IS THAT?!
SEAN MCCARTHY


Spend any time 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 news.aol.com:
Woman, 75, drives 2 miles
on bridge wrong way.
Police said a 75-year-old
woman drove the wrong
way on New York's Tappan
Zee Bridge. State police in
Tarrytown said the woman
entered the highway
Sunday morning and drove
north in the southbound
lanes of the bridge. She
drove about 2 miles before
she was stopped.
Another from
news.aol.com: Obese Texas
inmate hides gun in flabs
of fat. An obese inmate in
Texas has been charged
after officials learned he
had a gun hidden under
flabs of his own flesh.
George Vera, 25, was
charged with possession of
a firearm in a correctional
facility after he told a guard
at the Harris County Jail
about the unloaded 9mm
pistol. Vera was originally
arrested on charges of
selling illegal copies of
compact discs, the Hous-
ton Chronicle reported.
The 500-pound man was
searched during his arrest
and again at a city jail and
county jail, but officers
never found the weapon in
his rolls of skin.
From SFGate.com: Man
blames cat for child porn
download. Florida investi-
gators say a man accused
of downloading child
pornography is blaming
his cat. A Jensen Beach
resident is charged with 10
counts of possession of
See WEIRD, A5



POOL PARTY


Get away from the heat
at the end-of-summer
splash event


Organization aims to combat


childhood obesity, improve health


By Michelle Gentile
For Hometown News
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY In an
effort to challenge childhood obesi-
ty and children's diabetes, a grass-
roots organization, Growing Healthy
Kids, has planted a seed in hopes of
reforming children's eating and
health habits.
"It is something that can be con-
trolled, but is running rampant,"
said Nancy Heinrich, founder. "We
need a shift in our thinking and chil-


dren's relationship to food."
The organization is focused on
getting kids outside, planting gar-
dens and coaxing nutritious food
from the earth. The goal is not only
to plant some 200 gardens, but teach
kids about the value of food and the
earth's bounty.
"Pediatricians are screaming for
help," said Ms. Heinrich. "Kids are
not just overweight, but they are
being diagnosed with type 2 dia-
betes before the age of 15, which sta-
tistics show shortens their lifespan


"'7'


Cliff Partlow/statt photographer
Dogs for Life board member Eleanor Bengyak relaxes with Mitzi, a spaniel rescued from
Noah's Ark, at the off-leash park last Friday. Soon, thanks to a grant, she and park mem-
bers will enjoy a newly expanded 4.5 acre park.


By Michelle Gentile
For Hometown News
VERO BEACH A local
off-leash dog park is
expanding with the help of
a Florida lottery winner.
Wanting to remain
anonymous, a devoted
dog lover generously gave
a sizable donation of
$200,000 to Dogs for Life, a
nonprofit pet assistance
organization and new
owners of a dog park.
Dogs for Life founders
were on the verge of losing
the park for good when
they were unable to raise
$275,000 needed to buy
the property. Within a
matter of a week they were
back up and running.
"We were literally within
one week before we had to
close up shop when a pri-
vate individual gave us the
funds to buy the property,"
said Shelly Ferger, founder
of Dogs for Life.
The good Samaritan was
a 2002 Florida Lotto win-
ner with a soft spot for
puppies.
"She wants to remain
anonymous, but it was so
gracious and unexpected,"
said Ms. Ferger. "We try to
give to the community by
providing dog training for
people who need assis-
tance dogs and a safe
property for people to
exercise their dogs. Our
supporters gave back to us
when we needed them."
The park, which opened
in 1999, and has given an
area for approximately


9,000 dogs in the county to
romp and roam around,
has plans to expand.
The first phase of the
expansion project will add
2 acres of land for patrons
and additional member-
ships, which in turn, keep
the park open and operat-
ing.
The second phase will
add bathrooms, an office
and possibly, a pavilion.
Al Turner, Dog Park
Foundation Committee
chairman, estimates the
park expansion project
will cost approximately
$60,000, of which $46,000
has been raised or
pledged.
With the additional
acreage and memberships
available, the cost of a
yearly membership went
down from $300 to $250.
The park not only offers
a place for dogs to exer-
cise, it is also home to
training assistance dogs
for those with hearing
impairment, disabilities
and other ailments.
"We train hearing dogs
to hear smoke alarms, a
door knock, a telephone
ringing," said Ms. Ferger.
"We also train dogs to help
people who may be
unsteady on their feet,
pick up something that
has dropped and even
place a an emergency 911
call."
What is unique about
this training facility, said

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minutes in the water.


Teens aging out of


foster care get help

Transition center to open in January


By Michelle Gentile
For Hometown News
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- A new program on the
horizon is giving Treasure
Coast foster kids some future
options.
Out of the approximately
500,000 children in foster
care in the U.S., statistics
show that about 20,000 age
out at 18 and lose much of
their aid.
The Children's Home Soci-
ety in Indian River County is
currently building a youth
transition center to help
these children by providing
eight independent living
apartments for up to 20
youths and training on such


things as life skills, finding
stable jobs and general sup-
port, which for them hasn't
been easy.
"These kids are different.
They've never had stability or
learned simple life skills, like
managing a bank account.
Some have been in 20 differ-
ent foster care homes and
then they turn 18, they're on
their own," said Dee Ben-
jamin, development special-
ist for the Children's Home
Society. "We are so excited
about this new center where
we'll have counselors, train-
ers, life coaches to give these
kids a hand up."
The facility will serve Trea-

See FOSTER, A5


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- lip u Teom i nn -- OBITUARIES


Hazel H. Reeves
Hazel H. Reeves, 88, of Sebastian,
died July 30, 2009.
She was born in Sioux City, Iowa, and
lived in Sebastian for 24 years.
She worked for the U. S. Post Office
for 20 years.


She was a member of Sebastian
United Methodist Church.
She is survived by a son, Lawrence;
two daughters, Virginia and Carol; a
sister, Elouise; four grandchildren and
nine great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Lawrence.


Memorial contributions may be
made to Sebastian United Methodist
Church, P.O. Box 780328, Sebastian, FL,
32958.
Arrangements by Strunk Funeral
Home and Crematory.
For Hometown News


Donation
From page Al
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"A wonderful part of the
program is that the client
becomes the dog trainer,"
said Ms. Ferger. "It's a sort of


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work of people all working
to the same goals."
She added that because
many people cannot afford
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they actually rescue dogs
that may otherwise be put
to sleep and train them at
home.
"You can train a dog for all
different tasks and they real-
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legs and emotional support
for their owners," said Ms.
Ferger. "There is something
in training we call 'the
magic' and it's that unex-
plainable thing that hap-
pens between dog and indi-
vidual."
Presently, the park can
accommodate 300 dogs and
memberships. Organizers
are now starting to offer
short-term payment plans
for those who can't readily
come up with membership
dues.
Any dog must be pre-
approved, spayed, neutered,
up-to-date with vaccines
and social.
"We really offer people a
clean, safe environment for
your pet," said Sharon Mar-
shall, vice president, Dogs
for Life. "The park is very
important to the communi-
ty. It provides a place for not
only dogs to get together
and socialize but for people
too."
For more information visit
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Dodge, Jeep lines
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By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY When
Chrysler Corporation officials
announced they were filing for bank-
ruptcy and closing hundreds of deal-
erships around the country this year,
Jay Campana was more than a little
concerned, especially because he's
the owner of the only Chrysler dealer-
ship between Melbourne and Palm
Beach.
His worries were allayed a month
ago, when he learned his business
would stay open, in part, because of
his customer satisfaction rating, sales
and location.


Health
From page Al
Growing Healthy Kids is a
partnership between the
Vero Beach Kiwanis Club
and the Boys and Girls Clubs
of Indian River County. Their
goal is to build a county-wide
network of children's victory
gardens for children ages 6-
12.
"The program will teach
children everything from
growing a fresh tomato to
eating local and healthy pro-
duce," said Donna Vernon of
Growing Healthy Kids. "The


On an exciting note, the Vero Beach
dealership was awarded Dodge and
Jeep franchises because of those
excellent sales and customer ratings,
and Mr. Campana hopes the new lines
will kick the business back into high
gear.
And it couldn't come at a better
time, as the state unemployment rate
continues to inch up and folks are still
feeling the pinch of a worrisome
economy.
In an e-mail interview, Mr. Cam-
pana discussed the change and his
plans for the future.
"The new Chrysler Corporation and
Vero Beach Chrysler Jeep Dodge are
stronger than ever," he said.
"With the Vero Beach dealership
being the only surviving dealership
between Melbourne and Palm Beach
(Stuart Jeep had previously closed) we


program works by teaching
kids how to make good deci-
sion that will stay with them
for life."
Another aspect of this new
organization is providing at-
risk children stability. An
unfortunate number of these
children have parents who
may be incarcerated or
who've lost their homes.
"When I first sat down with
the staff at Youth Guidance
Center, I wanted to see if we
could plant gardens at the
children's homes," said Ms.
Heinrich. "But some of these
children move as much as
once a month, so the idea of


decorating pots and plants
they can take came about."
Everything Outdoors Gar-
den Shop on Old Dixie High-
way in Vero Beach is set to
plant one of the first gardens
at the end of September, and
the Sebastian Girls and Boys
and South County Boys and
Girls Club are slated to plant
additional vegetable gardens
in the fall.
In a further effort to posi-
tively influence the health
habits of the local children,
Ms. Heinrich and Ms. Vernon
hosted a mastermind group
and are teaming with local
restaurants, such the Italian


have introduced ourselves to thou-
sands of new customers," he said.
Mr. Campana said 15 additional
staff members have been hired, sever-
al from dealerships in the area that
closed, to fill positions in sales, parts
and service.
"The additional business is going to
allow us to offer an even better level of
customer service, including better
training, state-of-the-art tools and the
ability to offer innovative programs,"
said Mr. Campana.
Some of the programs include an
express lube center for quick oil
changes, a discount tire center and
service and parts available on Satur-
days.
"This will also give us the ability to
give back even more to the local com-

See FRANCHISES, A10


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effort to boost the health of
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"It's empowering kids to
learn and then to teach what
they've learned," said Ms.
Heinrich. "It's people helping
people, one garden at a
time."
The kick-off event will be
held at the Sebastian Boys
and Girls Club on Tuesday,
Oct. 13.
For information, contact
Nancy Heinrich at (772) 453-
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Police report


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

John William Mcbride,
43, 2473 Madden Ave., SW,
Palm Bay, was charged with
possession of drug para-
phernalia, giving a false
name while detained and
driving with suspended
license.

Indian River County
Sheriffs Office

Ugochukwu Kennedy
Bobmanuel, 32, 999 NE
167th St. Apt. 319, N. Miami
Beach, was arrested for vio-
lation of probation for pos-


session of a fictitious driver
license/identification and
giving a false name when
arrested and detained.
Paul Roland Briggs, 52,
6545 Martinique Way, Vero
Beach, was charged with
criminal violation of a
domestic violence injunc-
tion.
Crista Harriel, 20, 1860
38th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
battery.
Gamaliel De La Cruz, 22,
184 Mytle St., Fellsmere, was
charged with aggravated
battery of a pregnant
woman.
Scott Allen Hoff, 19, 3840
Church St., Micco, was
charged with possession of
alprazolam.
Dennis Anthony Pizano,
19, 4055 41st Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony possession of mari-
juana, more than 20 grams.


*Brian Shayne Scurlock,
27, 4100 Redwood Drive,
Fort Pierce, was charged
with the sale or delivery of
Oxycodone.
Crista Denise Harriel, 20,
1860 38th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravat-
ed battery and criminal mis-
chief.
David Kelly Brewster, 67,
1901 Grand Club Blvd., Fort
Pierce, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for grand
theft, counterfeit license
plate and forgery.
Douglas Lloyd Swayze,
62, 1690 North 42nd Circle,
Vero Beach, was charged
with criminal violation of a
domestic violence injunc-
tion.
*Sierra Anne Lieffort, 22,
2125 14th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with forging
bills or promissory notes,
uttering a forged bill, check


or draft and grand theft.
Jonathan Randall Lott,
25, 1135 36th Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
grand theft and burglary.
Dominique Morce, 20,
16 N. Cypress St., Fellsmere,
was charged with violation
of probation for burglary of
a structure.
Alfredo Olguin Salinas,
19, 5096 45th St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of Ecstasy, mari-
juana and drug parapherna-
lia.
Kathy Doreen Bryant, 53,
3832 19th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation for tampering
with evidence.
Jimmy Lee Carson, 24,
5224 River Hill Drive,
Tampa, was charged with
revoked license, DUI and
felony failure to return
property.
Amanie Jean, 43, 3977
King Place, Vero Beach, was


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charged with grand theft
and worker's compensation
fraud.
Star Marie Salvadore, 46,
374 Sunshine Drive, Apt. 2,
Coconut Creek, was charged
with retail theft in concert
with others.
Michael Valentine King,
37, 2446 13th Ave. South-
west., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
assault and domestic vio-
lence.
Michele Denise Wag-
oner, 32, 191 Woodcrest


Drive, Fort Pierce, was
charged with tampering or
destroying evidence, pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescrip-
tion, possession of drug
paraphernalia and driving
with a suspended license.
Jarrod Lee Walker-Turn-
er, 24, 899 Tappen Court
N.E., Vero Beach, was
charged with robbery with a
deadly weapon and
attempted murder.


Agency seeking school supplies


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY The
Source, an agency that helps the
needy in Indian River County, is hold-
ing its annual school supply drive.


Foster
From page Al
sure Coast youth from Indian
River, Martin, St. Lucie and
Okeechobee counties. It is
expected to be completed on
CHSVero Beach campus.
Having already raised $3.3
million, the center is eligible
to receive a $500,000 grant
from the Kresge Foundation.
The foundation challenged
center leaders to raise $1.2
million by June 30, 2010.
Kresge will award the final
$500,000 needed to reach the
$5 million capital campaign
goal to build and endow the


The agency is donating supplies to
area families who are having a hard
time making ends meet, let alone
buying needed school supplies, shoes
and clothing.
The Source is calling on those in the
community who can help with this


center.
The challenge grant has
been Kresge Foundation's sig-
nature funding method for
more than eight decades.
Through the program, the
foundation encourages non-
profit organizations to find
innovative ways to strengthen
their base of community sup-
port, promote board and staff
diversity, and build much-
needed momentum to raise
funds during a recession.
"We are extremely grateful
to the Kresge Foundation for
helping the Children's Home
Society finish out the home-
stretch of this campaign,"
said Lawrence Brooks, execu-


tive director of the Children's
Home Society of the Treasure
Coast.
"The project has evolved
into a collaborative, commu-
nity-wide effort to meet the
needs of this underserved
population. Youths who are
aging out of foster care, have
been abused, neglected or
forgotten. We are honored
and delighted Kresge is
behind it."
Bill Bryant and Associates
is building the center and a
hard hat party and tour is
scheduled for November,
with the facility's grand open-
ing in January.
"This is so exiting and really


effort.
Items such as supplies, clothes,
money or gift cards can be dropped
off at 1015 Commerce Ave., Vero
Beach.
Online donations can be made to
www.iamthesource.org.


needed for these children.
They turn 18 have little skills,
no training, no money and
their government aid stops,"
said Ms. Benjamin. "A lot of
the children end up on the
streets and homeless. The
youth center will act as a safe
place for these at-risk youths
and can help them develop
into productive positive
members of the community."
The center is still in need of
volunteers, donations and
simple things, such as
kitchenware, toiletries and
other household items.
For more information or to
donate, visit www.youthtran-
sitioncentertc.com.


Weird
From page Al
child pornography after
detectives found more
than 1,000 images on his
home computer.
Another from
SFGate.com: Alaska mom
sentenced for letting son,
7, drive. An Alaska
woman who let her 7-
year-old son drive while
she was passed out drunk
in the passenger seat has
been sentenced to 20
days in jail.
District Court Judge
Raymond Funk also
sentenced the 37-year-
old mother to three years
of probation and six
months of Alcoholics
Anonymous meetings.
She has three previous
convictions for drunken
driving. A neighbor called
troopers in May after
seeing a young boy
driving a car with a
passenger passed out.
From news.durango-


herald.com: Man faces
$30,000 bill for falsely
reporting crash. A man
who authorities said was
drunk when he called 911
to falsely report a plane
crash in southwest
Colorado faces more than
a hangover. La Plata
County Sheriff's officials
said they plan to recover
$30,000 from the man,
which is the estimated
cost authorities spent
responding to the report.
The man, 59, was
arrested on suspicion of
false reporting after 50
emergency workers
responded to a call from a
man who said his arm
was severed in a plane
crash. The caller said up
to 12 other people on the
flight died. Investigators
said they traced the call
to the suspect.

Sean McCarthy writes
the Compute This com-
puter column and can be
reached at Sean@Com-
puteThisOnline.com.


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Stop asking for money

At Christmas, I made some donations in honor of my
deceased siblings. I'm not rich, but I thought I would try
to give back. But now, I'm getting things in the mail from
all over asking for money. They don't tell you about the
company, they just want your money. And usually it's a
company you'd never even pick to send money to.

What's going on?

What happened to the rants and raves? Has the paper
changed? Are you not the same, independent newspaper
you used to be?
Editor's note: We're still the same newspaper, but the
rants and raves have been dwindling of late. Readers?

Don't waste money

Plaxico Burress had a gun in the nightclub and shot
himself. The country wants to take him to court and take
him to trial. Why not fine him and send him to a rehab
center with Michael Vick? We don't need someone in the
NFL who carries a gun.

More on doors

This is about the stores having one door open and one
door locked. I have two arms, but only one works. If I
have packages, I have a hard time getting into the store.
There should be a law that makes both doors stay
unlocked.

Honeymoon's over

The honeymoon for a new president usually lasts for
about 100 days and President Obama has gotten pretty
much everything he has wanted during that time.
The tide may be turning with the publication of a
Washington Post/ABC News poll showing approval of his
handling of health-care reform has fallen below 50 per-
cent for the first time.
He talks about a "broken system" and denies his plan
is a government takeover, however it is obvious the gov-
ernment would step forcefully between you and your
doctor.

Keep convicts in jail

Time after time there are reports of our police risking
their skins as they apprehend a violent criminal and
subsequently discover that some lenient judge or some
parole board had let the individual out of prison where
he had been placed for a previous crime.
It makes us wonder why our justice system is unable to
protect the victims.
A woman has just been caught and is pleading guilty
to 12 counts of identity theft, 10 counts of insurance
fraud, three counts of forgery and related offenses.
Is anyone surprised that we now learn she is a chronic
offender? She was released on probation after being sen-
tenced for a series of similar crimes.
Within one week she was back at her old tricks.

Leave us alone

Despite little evidence to prove their claims, big gov-
ernment safety advocates have for years been attempt-
ing to mandate more laws about how the rest of us
should live our lives. They are attempting to force us all
to wear seatbelts while driving cars and trucks.
They have already been successful in lobbying every
state to force young children to wear seat restraints, but
that is only a start.
Now they are going after the rest of us, despite sensible
people claiming we should be free and do not need oth-
ers to tell us how to live.




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Giving kids their


T his year, the swine flu
has been in the news
so much that it's easy
to forget the routine and
very important immuniza-
tions kids need as they get
ready to go back to school.
Back to school means
making sure that your
child's immunization record
is accurate and up-to-date.
Before a child in Florida
can enter a public or private
K-12 school, pre-school
childcare facility or family
day care home, he or she
must have a "Blue Card,"
form DH 680, Florida
certification of immuniza-
tion. This is required under
Florida law, to protect them
and other children from a
variety of diseases.
Charles Alexander, chief
of the Bureau of Immuniza-
tion for the Florida Depart-
ment of Health, would like
to remind parents that
children entering kinder-
garten will need to provide
documentation of two
chickenpox immunizations
for this coming school year
or documentation of history
of the disease.
Pre-teens and adoles-
cents should now receive
two new immunizations.
The first is Tdap, which
provides protection against
tetanus, diphtheria and
pertussis, or whooping
cough. Tdap is now required
for students entering


seventh grade. This vaccine
replaces the previous
required dose of Td vaccine
The second recommen-
dation is the meningococc
(meningitis) vaccine, which
is suggested for adolescen
11-18 and especially for
students entering college
and living in dormitories.
The rate of meningitis, a
inflammation of the lining
of the brain, is twice as hig
for students who are 17-2(
as it is for the overall U.S.
population, so this is an
added prevention for
students living in dorms.
Additionally, the human
papillomavirus vaccine, o
HPV is recommended for
girls and young women 9-
26. This important new
vaccine works to help
prevent serious diseases
that may lead to certain
types of cervical cancer.
If you've just moved to
Florida, you can take your
children's records to a
physician or county health
department and have the
records transferred to the
"Blue Card."
For a list of immuniza-
tions required by Florida,


required vaccines
you can go to the Depart- for immunizations up to
ment of Health's Web site: The vaccines are provide
www.immunizeflorida.org, by the government and
for a complete list. given by your doctor at n
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the recommendations of a Medicaid, you may have t
variety of sources, including pay an administration fee
the U.S. Public Health for each injection and/or
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A few questions about memory


A week or so ago I
found this message in
my Outlook Express
inbox:
"Hello. For three days
now, at this time of day, I get
a notice that'virtual
memory is too low' and
Windows is increasing it.
Then something about
paging file.
"Why don't I just add a lot,
so that it doesn't have to do
it every day? Another
question: what is the
difference between actual
memory and virtual
memory?"
The more I thought about
my reply, the more I
thought this exchange
might make an interesting
column. So, this is in reply
to the "guy who writes to me
without signing his name."
OK, so for the last three
days at about the same time
your machine generates a
"virtual memory too low...
adjusting" message, which
tells me you likely have
more going on in the
background than you are
aware of. You may be able to
free up some resources if
you close any still open (but
minimized) windows.
The next time you get that
virtual memory message try
this: open your task manag-
er (by either right clicking
the task bar and then
clicking task manager or by


COMPUTE
THIS
SEAN MCCARTHY


pressing CTRL+ALT+ DEL
and then clicking the task
manager button).
In task manager, click the
performance tab. This is
where your computer's
"speedometer" and "RPM"
gauges are kept and should
be one of the first things we
want to look at in trying to
correct our virtual memory
issue.
At the top left, we see a
bright green percent bar
graph that fluctuates up and
down as we watch. This tells
us how much CPU or
"brainpower" the computer
is using at any given second.
The moving graph to the
right is a historical graph of
just how hard the computer
has been thinking over the
last few minutes. You may
actually have two or more of
these usage history graphs if
your machine is a dual or
quad core; then there is a
graph for each.
The next "set of gauges"
are PF usage (page file) and
PF usage history, similar to
the CPU usage history
above. And under these
graphs you will see some


statistics.
What we want to look at is
our PF usage and compare
it to how much total
physical memory is listed.
My rule of thumb has
always been to try to keep
the PF usage lower than the
amount of physical memo-
ry listed.
See, the page file is an
area on the hard drive set
aside for virtual memory,
which is simulated memory
used when the system
maxes out the available
physical memory. Virtual
memory is way slower than
physical memory, so we
want you use as little of it as
possible so we try to keep
the page file usage as low as
possible.
Of course this is simpli-
fied explanation of what is
going on but the gist of it
remains: the less virtual
memory (page file) we use
the better.
So how do we use this
knowledge to our advantage
and why can't we just throw
more memory at it? Well, we
can add more ram (physical
memory) but that won't
make the overall issue go
away. We need to clean out
all the background tasks
that are straining the
machine and see if we can
"lighten the load" somehow.
In task manager click the
processes tab and then the


"show processes from all
users" checkbox.
Next, click the view pull
down menu and click select
columns and make sure
virtual memory size is
checked. Click OK and now
the task manager should
have a new "VM size"
column. If you click the
column header (click right
on the words "VM size") all
of the processes listed will
sort according to how much
virtual memory they are
using.
Sort the column with the
highest at the top and you
can see at a glance what the
top "resource hog" applica-
tions are and, more impor-
tantly, end stubborn
processes right here with
the "end process" button.
We can save our data,
then close open windows,
watch the processes list and
see what disappears.
And if necessary, we can
manually "kill" those
processes using a lot of
virtual memory.
Again, this is a really
simplified explanation of
what's going on, but these
steps can be useful in
regaining control of a
stubborn machine.
Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOn-
line.com (no hyphens).










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Staff photo by Jessica Tuggle
Jean Johnson, manager of Got Organic? produce and seafood store in Sebastian, stocks her store with fresh produce
and seafood every day. Ms. Johnson hopes to get approval to accept food stamps at the store within the next few
months.


Store offers quality fruit, veggies,


seafood at competitive prices


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN Crisp
apples, juicy watermelon,
sweet peaches and bright
red tomatoes are just a few
of the tasty foods available
at Got Organic? in Sebast-
ian.
The family-owned small
business carries fresh fruits
and vegetables, as well as
seafood.
Jean Johnson, new man-
ager of the produce store,
said fresh food is brought to
the store every day.
"We get fresh fish in every
day and it's sealed and does-
n't lie on the ice, so there is
no smell to deal with," Ms.
Johnson said.
Bahamian conch, yellow-
tail snapper, cod and mahi-


mahi, as well as Canadian
sea scallops, frog legs and
calamari are a few of the
offerings at the store.
"Some people don't know
how to cook fish, but when
they come in they want to
try. I try to help them by car-
rying products that will go
along with seafood or to
help prepare the meal, too,"
said Ms. Johnson.
Ms. Johnson also person-
ally selects the produce sold
in the store.
"Whenever I go to pick
produce up, if it doesn't look
good or what I taste isn't
good, I won't get it," she
said.
"I get as much as I can
that is locally grown, then
state, then the U.S., but
some things, like bananas, I
have to order from other


countries. Because I get
most of my produce from
the growers, I don't have to
pay the warehouses and dis-
tributors, so that helps keep
my prices down," Ms. John-
son said.
Another benefit of buying
from growers is the produce
doesn't go through several
temperature changes
between freezers and stor-
age trucks, said Ms. John-
son.
"The food is much fresher
and will taste better longer,"
she said.
The store, while named
Got Organic?, does not carry
a large selection of certified-
organic produce, but all the
fruits and vegetables are
grown without pesticides,
Ms. Johnson said.
"Not enough people really


want the certified organic
right now," she said.
Since she became the new
manager, Ms. Johnson has
submitted paperwork to be
able to accept food stamps.
Several customers had
approached her about it,
and she thought it would be
great for her customers.
"I know people are having
a hard time, and at least if I
(can accept food stamps),
they'll have a choice of
where to get produce,
because not too many
smaller stores have them,"
she said.
Got Organic? is located at
741 Sebastian Blvd., Sebast-
ian. Hours are 9 .m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Saturday
and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Sunday. For more informa-
tion, call (772) 388-1009.


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For those families feeling
the pinch of a downtrodden
economy, there's no reason
to give up the family vaca-
tion this year. Instead, take a
staycation in beautiful Mel-
bourne, nestled along the


shores of the Indian River
Lagoon.
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Super-couponing secret:
smaller-size items are often
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Buying the smaller size of a
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understand why, because it
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pack" of refills or just the
largest package we can
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you'll need to buy that item
less often if you buy a
larger size, but you're also
likely to spend much more
than you need to.
When we have a fairly
high-value coupon,
applying it to the relatively
lower price of a smaller-
size item will often result in
a significantly lower per-
ounce cost. I know that this
surprises many people. It
surprised me, too, as I
became a more experi-
enced shopper.
Over time, I noticed
many of the items I was
able to bring home for free
or for pennies were usually
in smaller-size packages
than their so-called "value"
or larger counterparts.
Adding to the confusion,
the larger packages often
tout in big, bold letters that
they are the better buy.
A few examples will help
you understand why this
works.
A certain brand of
aluminum foil is on sale at
my local store. The 70-
square-foot box is $3.79


and the 20-square-foot box
is 99 cents. With a coupon
that states "$1 off any
aluminum foil," I have my
choice as to which size box
I'd like, the larger or the
smaller. While my dollar
coupon will, indeed, give
me a discount on the larger
box, the smaller box will be
free. And I prefer free any
day.
The rule of thumb, that
it's better to buy the
smaller size, especially
holds true when we stack a
store's coupon and manu-
facturer's coupon. With the
two coupons, we receive an
even larger discount on an
item.
For example, baby wipes
are on sale at my store this
week. The plastic tub
contains 77 wipes and it's
on sale for $2.99. The
"value-pack" of baby wipe
refills contains 231 wipes
and it's on sale for $5.99.
My store offers a $1.50
store coupon good on any
size wipes. I also have a $1
manufacturer coupon for
the wipes. Stacking these
coupons gives me $2.50 in
savings on either size item.
With the coupons, the
plastic tub with 77 wipes
will cost just 49 cents. The
"value-pack" refill will cost


me $3.49 using the same
coupons. The "value-pack"
contains three 77-count
wipe packages; that works
out to about $1.16 for each
77-wipe package. I'd spend
more than twice as much
on baby wipes if I pur-
chased the larger, so-called
money-saving size.
An even easier example
involves coupons for items
that come in a trial or
travel size.
A $1 coupon good for
any-size deodorant will
certainly give you a dis-
count on a full-size
deodorant. But a 99-cent
travel size will be free using
the coupon.
Again, anytime a coupon
states it will work on any
size product, remember
trial and travel sizes are
included. Free always
makes better financial
"cents" than spending
more than we have to.
Jill Cataldo, a coupon
workshop instructor, writer
and mother of three, never
passes up a good deal.
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ances at the Maxwell C. King
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Arts on the Melbourne cam-
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College; "Treasure Island," at


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Arts through Aug. 30; and an
art exhibit featuring graffiti
art at Brevard Art Museum in
downtown Eau Gallie.
"Treasure Island," based
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dence at India Day Saturday,
Aug. 15, at Melbourne Audi-
torium. The event will fea-
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fashion show, live music and


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Indian cuisine. For informa-
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bourne, through Aug. 30 for
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Outdoor recreation
includes swimming, sailing,
surfing, diving, boating and
fishing. Anglers looking for
"the big one" can pursue
snook, tarpon, shark, floun-
der, bluefish and sea trout.
Fishing licenses are required
when fishing from both the
shore and on the water.
The list of activities for
family outings goes on and
on, said Mr. Galy.
"So many of our travelers
come from Florida, and our
beaches, hotels, restaurants
and shopping are a big
draw," he said. "There's so
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BARBARA
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Life

lessons

from

musical

legends
I'm going to see "my"
guys, the musical
legends who have
inspired me to sing along
for two-thirds of my life.
Forty years after they
made their debut at
Woodstock, and nearly 24
years after I interviewed
one band member in a
West Palm Beach jail,
Crosby, Stills & Nash will
take the stage in concert at
the King Center in Mel-
bourne.
We're all older now, lots
older. But the spirit that
came alive during the '60s,
and reached its apex at
Woodstock has resided in
baby boomers ever since.
The "Summer of Love"
in 1967 was the defining
time for the Age of Aquar-
ius. The notions of peace
and love were at the
forefront of youthful
ideology.
An unpopular war in
Vietnam and the accom-
panying draft led to
increasing unrest on
college campuses and in
the streets of America.
Sentiments were polarized
between those who
supported the war and the
mainly young people who
did not.
It was a time of tremen-
dous social and philo-
sophical upheaval and
uninhibited behavior
prevailed. It was a coun-
terculture revolution.
Music, too, was under-
going major changes with
the advent of the "psyche-
delic" era.
There was a belief we
would change the world
into a much better place.
Such ideology looks good
on paper, but even adher-
ents found themselves at
odds with each other.
And truth be told, much
of the hippie/yippie
leadership, Abbie Hoff-
man, Jerry Rubin, Mark
Rudd and others jockeying
for power among them-
selves, eventually "sold
out" or embraced the
establishment they
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Photo courtesy of Larry Staley
Kids frolic in the pool on a typical day at the Gifford Aquatic Center. The center will be hosting a Back to School


Splash on Saturday, Aug. 22, at 10 a.m.


End of summer pc


By Barbara Yoresh
Entertainment writer


VERO BEACH It's
going to be the coolest
party of the summer sea-
son.
The Gifford Aquatic
Center is hosting a day of
fun for the entire family
with an end of summer
"Back to School Splash"
event on Saturday, Aug.
22 at 10 a.m.
The swim facility, locat-
ed at 4895 43rd Ave. in
Vero Beach, may be the
county's best-kept secret
that event organizers and
center staffers want to
share with everyone.
Located adjacent to the
Gifford Youth Activity
Center, the pool complex
is the result of the efforts
and philanthropy of com-
munity activists, includ-
ing members of the Pro-
gressive League of Gifford
and the Johns Island


Foundation that recog-
nized the need for a swim
training facility for the
Gifford neighborhood.
The Gifford Aquatic
Center's main purpose
has been teaching pool
safety and swimming
courses to youngsters
and residents who subse-
quently enjoy the pool's
recreational amenities.
Constructed in large
part through donated
funds, the aquatic center
opened in 2001 and
boasts a walk-in activity
pool and children's
spray/play deck, as well
as a water slide.
The 100-foot by 75-foot
heated pool features a
zero-depth entry, which
deepens at the far end to
about 5 feet.
Six lanes are designated
for lap swimmers and the
178,500-gallon pool can
host about 150 swim-
mers.


ool party
The Gifford Aquatic
Center operates under
the auspices of the Indian
River County Recreation
Department and is man-
aged by Larry Staley.
The "Back to School
Splash" gives youngsters
and families a final sum-
mer fling before the onset
of school.
This year's event is a
cooperative venture
planned and hosted by
center staff and the Gif-
ford Pool Committee, a
group of volunteers dedi-
cated to promoting the
center's facilities to the
public.
According to Mr. Staley,
the purpose of the annual
end-of-summer party is
two-fold.
"It gives kids something
of a big boost as they go
back to school. And by
having the Splash, the
Gifford Aquatic Center
gets exposure and lets


planned
folks know it's here for
use," Mr. Staley said.
Use of the pool is cru-
cial, Mr. Staley said,
because county budget-
ary cut-backs threaten to
close the pool for increas-
ingly extended periods
during the cooler
months.
"We're trying to edu-
cate people and let them
know we need them to
patronize the pool. Rev-
enue generation and
attendance are impor-
tant. If you don't use it,
you're going to lose it,"
Mr. Staley noted.
The "Back to School
Splash" party is touted as
a day of "fun, food and
folly" for families.
Admission is $1 in
advance and $1.50 on the
day of the event at the
door. Food concession
items will also be avail-


Out & about


FRIDAY, AUG. 14
The Downtown Dine &
Design Summer Sizzler
Stroll will host its second
event from 5-8 p.m. in the
Vero Beach historic down-
town neighborhood of 15th
Avenue to Old Dixie Highway
and 20th to 18th streets.
Visitors will receive a sticker to
affix to a card while shopping
at participating merchants
that will later be entered into
a $50 cash prize drawing,


once 16 or 21 stickers are
collected. While strolling,
visitors will enjoy the music of
The Groove smooth jazz.
Additionally, merchants have
donated raffle prizes which
will be sold before and during
the event. Proceeds will be
donated to the Vero Beach
Main Street and the Cultural
Council of Indian River
County. For more information
and a list of participating
merchants, call (772) 770-
4857.


SATURDAY, AUG. 15
*"Disco Night Fever," a
fundraising costume dance
party presented by the Vero
Beach Museum of Art, is set
for 6:30-10 p.m. Relive the
'70s with platform shoes and
leisure suits while you enjoy
the disco sounds of Gypsy
Lane, featuring musicians
from The Village People. The
evening will include dance
and costumes contests, a
raffle and more. Cost is $50


per person and includes hors
d'oeuvres, complimentary
beer and wine and a cash
bar. These events are sold out
each year so reserve early.
Call Jill Rubin Siegel at (772)
231-0707, Ext 190 to reserve.

SATURDAY, AUG. 22
Gifford Aquatic Cen-
ter's "Back to School
Splash" event begins at 10
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a.m. and will feature food,
folly and, of course, plenty of
wet fun at a party for the
entire community. Everyone
is invited to attend and help
support the pool and keep it
open. This family get togeth-
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Lessons
From page B1

previously rejected with
such vehemence.
Years passed. The tie-
dyes, beads and peace
symbols were exchanged
for business suits, briefcas-
es and baby carriages. The
"hippies" had, to a very
great extent, become like
their parents.
But the beat goes on. We
lived and hopefully,


sion tickets are $1 each and
$1.50 the day of the event.
All proceeds will be used for
youth scholarships and to
support pool programs. Tax
deductible contributions are
also accepted and new or
gently used uniforms are
needed for students entering
middle school. The Gifford
Aquatic Center is located at
4895 43rd Ave. in Vero
Beach. For more information,
call Larry Staley at (772)
770-5312.


learned.
Our music goes on, too.
Forty years later, the
songs of Crosby, Stills &
Nash still have resonance
and deep meaning for us.
I also have a personal
love for CS&N that goes
beyond their timeless
music.
In 1985, David Crosby
was a drug-addicted rock
star sitting in the Palm
Beach County jail awaiting
extradition to Texas on a
weapons charge.
I was 35, living in the


FRIDAY, SEPT. 4

Riverside Children's
Theatre auditions for the fall
touring production of "The
Nightingale" will be held at 4
p.m. for youngsters ages 12 and
older. This production is
adapted from the tale by Hans
Christian Andersen and will tour
to the Florida Theatre Confer-
ence in Lakeland on Nov. 14, as
well as to area schools.
Auditions will also be held at
the same time for the Senior
Performance Ensemble, a new


West Palm Beach area and
unemployed from a neck
injury I had sustained in a
car accident.
I very badly wanted to
write for a local newspaper
and in Crosby's incarcera-
tion, I saw an opportunity
to meet a music legend
and write a story.
I dressed very conserva-
tively and visited the jail
on the day he was allowed
to have visitors. Surpris-
ingly, he agreed to see me.
Also there to see him was
a scrawny-looking young


group at Riverside for ages 12
and older, which will be
performing at functions at the
theater, as well as in the
community at large. Those
auditioning will be asked to sing
16 measures of a song. Both
groups will meet as classes.
"The Nightingale" will rehearse
on Friday beginning Sept 11,
from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuition is $150.
The Senior Performance
Ensemble will meet on
Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m.
Tuition is $85. For more
information, call (772) 234-


woman with bad teeth,
accompanied by a plat-
inum blonde, pleasant-
faced woman of approxi-
mately the same age.
After going through
security checkpoints, I was
taken to cubicle seating
areas partitioned by thick
glass. I sat down and
moments later, I was
looking through the glass
at the ravaged face of a
rock icon.
He smiled and we spoke.
He asked for my help and I
was stunned that even in
his drug-addled state he
would think I could be of
any help to him whatsoev-
er.
I told him I would try
when he asked me to write
to the judge in Texas to ask
for clemency and drug
treatment.
I met the unkempt
woman, who was his


8052.
NOW THROUGH SEPT. 4

Members of the Vero
Beach Museum of Art receive
discounted admission to the
2010 International Lecture
Series when they make
reservations to attend all four
lectures. Members pay $180
for the lectures, which are held
on Monday at 4:30 p.m. and
followed by a reception with
the speaker. The general public
may also attend the lectures
for a cost of $240 for the four


equally drug-addicted
girlfriend and her blonde
sister. They, too, asked for
my help and we exchanged
contact information.
Days later, I wrote and
submitted a piece about
Crosby and my jailhouse
interview with him.
Unbelievably, no other
media representative had
done likewise.
My story was printed
and a month later, I was
offered a full-time writing
position with that newspa-
per.
I wrote to the Texas
judge and later sent a copy
of my letter and article to
Crosby's manager.
A year later, I met
Graham Nash at aWest
Palm Beach solo concert
and we spoke about
Crosby's plight. I gave
Nash a peace symbol
button and asked him to


lectures. This year's lectures
begin Feb. 15, 2010 with the
presentation "Why the Arts
Matter" by acclaimed poet and
former chairman of the
National Endowment for the
Arts, Dana Gioia. Other lectures
include presentations by
author/educator Sarah
Thornton, journalist Ulrich
Boser and actress, author and
film maker Isabella Rossellini.
For more information about
the series, call Angela Fallon at

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give it to Crosby for luck.
In 1987, Crosby was
released, joined band
mates Nash and Stephen
Stills and went out on tour.
I met up with him
backstage in Fort Laud-
erdale and was warmly
embraced by him and Jan
Dance, who later became
his wife and was also
"clean."
Her teeth had been fixed
and she nearly glowed with
health and joy. She recog-
nized me immediately and
thanked me profusely. I
still have pictures of us all
backstage in celebration.
Did we change the
world? Probably not. But
we can still try each day to
make it a better place.
On Aug. 24 I'll listen to
the CS&N songs I've heard
most of my life and know
that love, peace and hope
are alive and well.


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(772) 231-0707, Ext. 136 or
visit online at www.verobeach-
museum.org.

THROUGH SATURDAY, SEPT. 19

*Vero 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 "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 informa-
tion, 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
to view this exhibit or any of
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 informa-
tion, call (772) 231-0707

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
p.m. The museum will be
closed on Mondays from
Memorial Day through Labor
Day. The Museum of Art is
located at 3001 Riverside Park
Drive in Vero Beach. For more
information, call (772) 231-
0707.

ART GALLERIES
Artists Guild Gallery, 44
Royal Palm Pointe, Vero Beach.
Call (772) 299-1234 or visit
www.artistsguildgalleryver-
obeach.com for upcoming
events.
* The Gallery at Windsor,
10680 Belvedere Square, Vero
Beach. By appointment only.
(772) 388-4071.


* Gallery 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
* Tiger Lily Art Studios and
Gallery, 1903 14th Ave., Vero
Beach. (772) 778-3443.

BARS AND CLUBS

Bodega Blue, 2115 14th
Ave., Vero Beach.
* 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.
* Riverside Cafe, 1 Beach-
land Blvd., Vero Beach, Live
entertainment. (772) 234-
5550

To have your upcoming
event listed here, contact
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From page B1
able for purchase at $2.50
for a combo meal of hot
dog, chips and soda; $1.50
for a hot dog and chips
and sodas at 50 cents each.
All proceeds from the
event will go toward schol-
arships for youngsters and
other pool support pro-
grams.
Because back to school
is an expensive time for


parents trying to clothe
and equip returning stu-
dents, the party is also
accepting new or gently
used school uniforms for
middle-school students.
Anyone wishing to make
a tax-deductible donation
to the event is asked to
make checks payable to:
the Progressive Civic
League of Gifford, which is
a 501-3c organization.
Benefactors may also
purchase tickets for
youngsters who cannot


afford admission to the
event.
All donations and checks
may be brought to the Gif-
ford Aquatic Center any
weekday between 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
The public is invited to
attend, enjoy the food and
festivities and help support
efforts to keep the Gifford
Aquatic Center open.
For more information, to
buy advance admission
tickets or to make a dona-
tion, call Larry Staley at
(772) 770-5312.


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By Michelle Gentile
For Hometown news

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The school that cost
$37.6 million to build opens
this fall and 850 students
will buzz with excitement as
they are the first to walk the
halls and occupy the freshly
painted classrooms at
Storm Grove Middle School.
The community has been
anticipating the new school,
the fourth middle school in
the district, and parents,
teachers and students got a
glimpse of the environmen-
tally friendly building last
week.
"A lot of attention was
paid to the architecture of
the building," said Sean
Sringly, band director. "The
ceilings in the classroom are
not flat they are curved. I've
never seen anything like it,
but it really brings in the
natural light, therefore,
using a lot less power."
During the conceptualiz-
ing stage, administrators
and a community advisory
committee felt it important
to stress going green and
paid a lot of attention to the
school's energy efficiency
and recycling efforts.
Although, the school does


not carry the official desig-
nation of the Leadership in
Energy and Environmental
Design rating, advisors say
it was designed with the
environment in mind.
"The building of a school
in a greener fashion is new
to our district," said Princi-
pal Shawn O'Keefe. "We are
very excited and proud to
be a part of this."
There are five buildings
on campus. Three of the
buildings are dedicated to
sixth-, seventh- and eighth-
graders, and each building
highlights a state-of-the-art
science laboratory. A sundi-
al created by Proctor Con-
struction sits in the new
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dents how to tell time based
on the location of the sun.
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The media center show-
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outside to the courtyard.
The river whimsically ends
at a cistern that collects
rain- water, which is
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lights are dim. Make sure that babysitters and relative familiarize themselves with the list.
Once you have filled in the appropriate numbers it is time to practice with your children.

Teaching Your Child How to Call for Help
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- The Indian River County
Health Department and the
Gifford Health Center are
offering free immunization


clinics for those entering
kindergarten and seventh
grade.
Participants must bring
immunization records if
they have never received
shots at either clinic before.
Immunizations will be at


the Health Department,
1900 27th St., Vero Beach
on Aug. 19 from 1-4 p.m.
and Aug. 21, from 1-4 p.m.
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day, from 8-11 a.m.
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
-A Youth Guidance Kickoff
for Kids mentor mixer will
take place Sept. 13, starting
at noon at the Club at Pointe
West, 7500 14th Lane, in


Vero Beach.
The event is an opportu-
nity for individuals to about
consider becoming men-
tors, making a positive
impact in a child's life.
The mixer will include
NFL football on big-screen
televisions, raffle prizes, tail-


gate munchies, a 50/50 raf-
fle, games and adult bever-
ages available for purchase.
The primary purpose of
Youth Guidance is to match
its 700 at-risk K-12 children
with volunteer mentors 17
or older.
Those interested in learn-


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Cost for the event is $10
and reservations can be
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- Jessica Frederick of Vero
Beach was awarded a $1,000
college scholarship from


Riverside Bank.
Students attending either
a two or four-year post-sec-
ondary school were eligible
to apply.
Ms. Frederick was select-
ed based on her academic
goals, community service
and written essay about why
she feels she deserves the
money.
Ms. Frederick plans to
attend the University of
Central Florida and pursue
a degree in nursing. Her
ultimate goal is to become a
nurse practitioner in pedi-
atrics.
She's well on her way, as
she's already received her
certification in nursing
assistant through the Health
Occupational Students of
America program at Vero
Beach High School.
Ms. Frederick has volun-
teered with organizations
such as March of Dimes,
Walk America, Race for the
Cure, Turtle Trax Walk,
Exchange Club of Indian
River, Habitat for Humanity
and many others.


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SCHOOL OPENS
Monday, August 24th, 2009
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY BUS
SCHEDULES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE
FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

WAL-MART 5555 20th St., Vero Beach, FL.
WAL-MART 2001 US 1, Sebastian, FL.
TARGET 5800 20th St., Vero Beach, FL.
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY -
1600 21st Street, Vero Beach, FL.
NORTH COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY -
1001 CR 512, Sebastian, FL.
BUS SCHEDULES WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE
OF THE SCHOOL YOUR STUDENT ATTENDS, ON THE WEB SITE
OF YOUR STUDENT'S SCHOOL, AND ON THE INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT'S WEB SITE
at: www.indianriverschools.org
Click on Transportation, then Bus Routes
You may also contact the transportation department directly
at the following numbers:
772-978-8801 772-978-8802 772-978-8803


772-978-8811 772-978-8816
772-978-8825


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692-9017


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VERO BEACH Efficien-
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Clean, wood firs. Lots of
character. 772-473-0071
VERO BEACH 2/1.5 2nd
fl, patio, liv/din rm, all
appl. Close to IR Hospital
& beaches. $600/mo
(water & trash incl) 1st
mo rent FREE. No Pets
772-473-1960
VERO BEACH Down
town furnished studio
$550/mo. Includes
utilities. References
required. 772-778-2455
VERO BEACH Luxury
1br apt, high ceilings,
part util incl, CHA, Cen-
trally located. New paint.
$535/mo 772-643-8826


1ET 10 NW
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VERO SMALL EFFI-
CIENCY with own ga-
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new gated comm, pool,
tennis, gym Non smoker
$475/mo utilities includ-
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MICCO SEBASTIAN 55+
2/1.5 carport & shed.
Park with pool and
clubhouse. New paint &
carpet. Small pet OK.
$9,800 609-432-4274
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Doublewide. Updated
2br/2ba new carpet in
master, 80/20 park, pets
welcome, across from
pool & amenities,
77 Royal Palm Circle,
Port Orange Must See to
appreciate, $15.500
231-218-0281 SEE PHO-
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Doublewide, some
furnished, new air. 55+
Park Place. $9900
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Lot rents $300/mo RV
Sites w/full hookups $15/day
Monthly/Seasonal RV Storage
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Park Mgr.
407-283-5277


GRANT: 2006, 4/3
w/pool, 1.5ac, $1300/mo
lease option or contract.
7100 Hacienda Dr.
321-205-3503

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
SEBASTIAN Highlands
3/2/2 tile thru-out. Small
pet OK. No smoking.
Screen Porch. Reduced
to $850/mo. F/S
772-321-4496
VERO BEACH 2, 3 & 4
bedroom houses starting
at $500/mo. Inquire at
772-562-2631







NEW SMYRNA BEACH,
2/2.5, 2 story W/D, priv
patio, walk to beach/ res-
taurants. $1000mo, $500
deposit 407-617-9565



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




VERO BEACH- Beautiful
Countryside 40+ Mobile
Home Park. Many
amenities. 2/2 dblwd.
$600/mo + utilities, sec
yr lease. Possible option
to buy 207-215-3186 or
772-321-9834


your res or vacn ome.
Rentals & lots will pay all
cost + income for life
$150,000 cash was
$215,000 Warren
321-243-4434
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starting at $99,000. You
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GEORGIA LAND
Incredible investment,
acre to 20acres
Starting @ $3750/acre.
Washington County near
Augusta. Low taxes,
beautiful weather. Seller
financing w/easy terms
from $179/mo.
706-364-4200

LAKE ACCESS Bargain!
1.7 AC- $12,900 Free
Boat SLIPS (was
$29,900) Unbelievable
deal! Beautiful hardwood
setting w/ deeded access
to private lake. Enjoy
common area w/ boat
ramp, pavilion, picnic
area & hiking trails. On
paved rd w/ utils. Excel-
lent financing. Won?t
last, call now (888)
792-5253, x.3120. www.
indianlaketn.com

LAND SALE NOTICE:
VIRGINIA MTNS
Closeout Sale!- 2.5 acres
with pond near stocked
trout stream, near state
park, $29,500, must sell.
Bank financing.
1-866-789-8535

NC MOUNTAINS
2.5ACRE HOMESITE.
Spectacular view.
High altitude. Easily
accessible. Paved road.
Secluded. Bryson City.
$39,950.
Owner financing. Call
Owner 1-800-810-1590
www.wildcatknob.com


VERO BEACH- Modern
office for rent. 600, 800 or
1000 square feet avail-
from $8.00 per square ft.
Close to US 1. Call
772-567-1137




Rent to Own!
Port St Lucie: 296 SW
Bridgeport Dr, 2/2/1, tile
floors throughout, CHA
$725/mo Option to buy
$79,000 with only $3,000
down. Also avail as refu-
lar rental. Lex
561-715-1768 View pic-
tures at:
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Package. Exc cond.
$12,500 321-482-5759


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