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I. 8, No. 20 YourLocal N ews and Information Source www.Hometow nNewsOL.com Friday, February 11,2011

Vol. 8, No. 20 Your Local News and Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, February 11, 2011


HOW WEIRD
. IS THAT?!
SEAN MCCARTH

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S pend 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 msnbc. msn.com:
Suspect's phone found
charging at scene of
burglary
Police in Maryland
arrested a man after finding
his cell phone charging at
the scene of a burglary.
Now Montgomery
County Police said 25-year-
old CodyWilkins has been
charged in other burglaries.
It began when a homeown-
er's son arrived as a burglar
was going through rooms in
the home. Startled, the
burglar jumped out a
window and fled.
The son called police,
who searched the home
and found a cell phone
charging in an electric
socket. The phone led
police to Willdns.
Police said Wilkins' home
was among those in the
area that lost power last
week when a snowstorm
moved through.
From pressdemocrat.com:
Cheap gas prompts call
to authorities
Authorities said they had
to block vehicles from
entering a gas station near
Santa Rosa after a comput-
er problem had gas there
on sale for 39 cents a gallon,
Sonoma County sheriff's
deputies and the California
Highway Patrol responded
to a traffic jam at the 76
station in Roseland.
Sheriff's Sgt. Kevin
Scanlon described the
scene as a "blockade" as
drivers tried to get in on the
cheap gas. Gas in Santa
See WEIRD, A2



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SSaturday: Partly
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a.m.; low tide: 8:33 a.m.
Sunday: Sunny; high: 70; low. 47; high
tide: 3:44 a.m.; low tide: 9:40 a.m.
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Classified B6 Police Report A5
Crossword B6 Rants & Raves A6
Obituaries A11 Star Scopes B1
Out & About B1 Viewpoint A6


County land-swap deal moves forward


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - A
pair of votes moved the approval of
youth fields at Vero Beach Sports
Village to second base.
Indian River County Commis-
sioners voted 5-0 to accepted a
land-swap deal with the city of Vero
Beach and exchange properties
that would allow the county to
build a cloverleaf of youth fields for


-Minor League Baseball to further
market Vero Beach Sports Village
for year-round activity.
Minor League Baseball represen-
tatives have said on many occa-
sions that the youth fields are criti-
cal to the long-term success of Vero
Beach Sports Village.
Commissioner Peter O'Bryan and
Chairman Bob Solari restated their
objections to the proposed swap,
for reasons that included revocable
parking, licenses, but decided to
vote yes to the proposal in an effort


to demonstrate tean
spirit for the deal.
*We're all hallplay
ers now," Chairmar
Solari said.
The matter will
come before the
board for final
approval and public
hearing later this
month
In a separate
See DEAL, A2


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Kids get needed dental care


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
The Treasure Coast Community Health center on Oslo Road held the first of its kind 'Give Kids a Smile' clinic last
week. Mindy Hall, a dentist in Vero Beach, came up with the idea. On Friday, several area dentists donated their
time at TCCH to help 30 children with fillings, cleaning and pediatric crowns.



Nutritious pet food owners


can make at home


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY - Salmon and rice or
beef and macaroni
topped with tomatoes
sound like good selec-
tions for cats and dogs.
Sebastian veterinarian
Amy Cousino shared
recipes with more than
50 Indian River County
residents interested in
cooking fresh food for
their pets at a special
cooking demonstration
and lecture at the
Humane Society of Vero
Beach and Indian River
County on Feb. 5. .
Tricia Allison of Vero
Beach wants to feed her
cat, Sunny Kat, more
nutritious meals than
processed cat food and
has cooked for Sunny in
the past, but wanted
more inspiration and
instruction.
"There have been so
many pet food recalls,
lately," Ms. Allison said:
By cooking with fresh
meat and non-toxic veg-
etables and providing a
good ratio of proteins to
carbohydrates, and little
to no. seasoning or salt,
people food can be very
healthy for pets, the vet-


Amy Cousino, a
veterinarian and
author of 'How to
Cook for your
Pet,' gave a free
cooking class at
the Humane
Society of Vero
Beach and Indian
S- River County last
...Saturday.


Cliff Partlow
staff photographer


"I think we've lost touch. For so many years,
our dogs and cats ate table scraps and were
fines

Trida Allison
Workshop participant


erinarian told the crowd.
"I love cooking, it's one
of my favorite hobbies,"
Dr. Cousino said.
Dr. Cousino operates
The Cat's Meow Cat Clin-
ic in Sebastian 'and has
written "How to Cook for
your Pet," a cookbook
that includes pet-friendly


recipes and lists of good
and bad foods for pets.
Many participants at
the lecture were excited
to purchase her book.
, "I think we've lost
touch. For so many years,
our dogs and cats ate
table scraps and were
fine. What's nice about


this is you can cook it for
your pet and eat it your-
self, too, if you got used
to it," Ms. Allison said.
Bob and Lise Howard of
Sebastian have pets with
pet allergies. Cooking
their own pet food is' the
best way. they know to
keep their pets healthy.
"We just want a nutri-
tious and balanced meal
for them," Mrs. Howard
said.
Charlotte Mastromet-
teo .of Vero Beach said
their pets are like family
members and their nutri-
tional needs are just as
important as the people
in their family.
Dr. Cousino said broc-
coli, garlic, onions, cin-
namon, peanut butter,
grapes and raisins are
toxic to cats and dogs and
even though some pets
enjoy eating, those foods,
she doesn't recommend
feeding it to them.
"My kids like Twinkies,
but I didn't let them have
them," she said.
Pumpkins, tomatoes,
green beans, squash,
plain yogurt, oatmeal,
apples and bananas are
some of the foods Dr.
Cousino said are easily
digestible by dogs and
See PET, A2


Work to

begin


at skate

park

By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN - A new
office building will soon
be completed at the
Sebastian Skate Park, but
first, the park will close for
construction.
The park is scheduled to
be closed from Feb. 14 and
then re-opened March 7,
city officials said.
. The new office building
will replace a small alu-
minum shed the city
recreation department is
using to check skaters in
and out of the facility.
It is also designed to
provide more cover for
skaters. in case of bad
weather. "The construc-
tion, estimated to cost less
than $50,000, is covered in
the recreation depart-
ment's budget.
While the park is closed,
See PARK, A10



Television

actor to

speak at

prayer

event

By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH - The sev-
enth annual Vero Beach
prayer breakfast will return
to Riverside Park this year.
The breakfast will begin at
7:30 a.m. on Feb. 24 and
include guest speakers,
singers and prayer.
The confirmed keynote
speaker for the event is TV
and movie actor, Kirk
Cameron.
Tickets are available at the
Vero Beach prayer breakfast
website and are $25 per seat.
Mr. Cameron is best
known for his role as Mike
Seaver on the TV sitcom
"Growing Pains" and most
recently for his leading role
as Caleb Holt in the 2008
film "Fireproof."
The actor is a vocal Christ-
ian and has shared his faith
life in many interviews.
Mr. Cameron's next proj-
ect is a documentary film
about the principles that
founded the U.S. brought
See ACTOR, A3


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From page Al
meeting, the city of Vero
Beach also approved the
deal in a 4-1 vote and
requested that easements
issues be settled before final
approval.
In the same meeting, the
commission discussed


whether to continue waiv-
ing five of the county's nine
impact fees to spur eco-
nomic development.
All commissioners agreed
that the impact fee abate-
ment had not proved as suc-
cessful as the commission
had hoped in encouraging
development, but were
divided on whether or not
more time should be grant-



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It was unclear if the issue
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Pet
From page Al
cats and safe to eat.
"If you can get them to
eat it. Cats are finicky
eaters," she said with a
laugh.
For more information
about upcoming lectures,
classes or other opportuni-
ties at the Humane Society
of Vero Beach and Indian
River County, visit
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Weird
From page A1
Rosa is averaging about
$3.36 a gallon. Scanlon told
the Press Democrat of Santa
Rosa the station planned to
close for the night, so the
computer problem could
be fixed.
A station employee
declined to comment on
how much gas was sold at
the 39-cent price.
From azcentraLcom:
Hole-in-the-floor
ashtray apparently leads to
fire
An official in Portland,
Ore., said a house fire that
caused $30,000 in damage
was apparently started by
tenants who were using a
hole in the floor as an
ashtray.
Portland Fire and Rescue
spokesman Paul Corah
said, "That's not careless
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Actor
From page A1
over by the Mayflower pil-
grims. "Monumental" is set
for release in November.
John Bona, founder and
co-chairman of the Vero
Beach prayer breakfast com-
mittee is the executive direc-
tor on the project and has
developed a close relation-
ship with Mr. Cameron and


. smoking, that's stupid
Weird
From page A2
smoking."
He said the caller who
reported the fire Wednesday
also hung up on the 911
dispatcher, then refused to
talk when the dispatcher
tried to call back for more
details. No one was injured.
From mydesert.com:
Customer phoning in
pizza order hears robber
A caller ordering pizza
from a Southern California
pizzeria overheard an
armed robber demanding
money and telephoned
police..
Palm Springs Police
Officer Rhoindi L ng s.ad
the customer was placing


excited about him speaking
inVero Beach.
. "It looks like Kirk's going to
bring in a younger crowd,
too, and through this, I hope
to build a stronger commu-
nity," Mr. Bona said.
Mr. Bona started the local
prayer breakfast after being
inspired at a national prayer
breakfast.
"It's all about glorifying
Christ in a public setting,"
Mr. Bona said.


* the phone order and heard
the commotion at Pizza
Hut. The officer said the
caller heard the suspect
demanding money, so he
notified police. A masked
man with a handgun took
money from the cash
register and fled.
From
NBCConnecticut.com:
Man calls 911 to ask how
much trouble hq could get
into for having pot plant
The problem started
when Robert Michelson
called 911 and asked how
much trouble he could get
into by growing one
marijuana plant, police
said.
The dispatcher.said he
could get arrested. Michel-
son replied "thank you" and
liitg Li|[-. police said Put
he'd madelte c- f t'roin.h.ii,


He said the breakfast is a
way to celebrate with com-
munity members the bond
of faith they share and to
bring together groups of
people to find better ways of
living and to encourage each,
other.
Also present at the break-
fast will be Wintley Phipps,
gospel singer, ordained min-
ister and Vero Beach resi-
dent.
Mr. Phipps has sung for


own home, so it did not
take long for police to find
him and discover for
themselves that the 21-
year-old man was growing
marijuana.
Michelson admitted to
spending a lot of money
online to buy everything he
needed to grow marijuana,
including the seeds.
Narcotics officers found a
small amount of marijuana
and drug paraphernalia
designed for growing and
smoking marijuana.
Michelson was released on
$5,000 bond.
From sfgate.com: Jury
deadlocked over Hamlet's
mock murder trial
A notorious criminal case
that took 400 years to go
before a jury resulted in no
deficnitL ani .. t [o the
quesqun of vhletie[the f


1 Bona of Vero Beach, right,
ds with Marshall Foster and
Cameron, two speakers
duled for the Vero Beach
Ver breakfast on Feb. 24 at 7:30
The three men are on location
mouth, Mass., on Clark's
id, the location of the first
stian church service held by
Mayflower Pilgrims. Mr. Bona
been working closely with the
men on producing a docu-
tary film about the history of
United States and the pilgrims,
numental,' due in theaters in
ember.



o courtesy of
Bona
U.S. presidents and national
prayer breakfasts, as well as
international figures Mother
Teresa of Calcutta and South
African President Nelson
Mandela.
Last year about 1,200 peo-
ple attended the breakfast,
according to a press release.
For more information, call
(772) 778-2832 or visit
http://verobeachprayer-
breakfast.com.


defendant - Hamlet,
Prince of Denmark-- was
sane when he committed
murder. ,
U.S. Supreme Court
Justice Anthony M.
Kennedy presided over a
mock trial at the University
of Southern California. It
gave noted Los Angeles
attorneys an opportunity to
argue for and against the
proposition that Hamlet
was suffering from a mental
disease when he stabbed
Polonius, the adviser to.the
king in the classic Shake-
speare play.
After 20 minutes of
deliberations, 10 jurors
found him sane and two
found him insane.
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reached at helpi.Conm-
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By Jessica Tuggle
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VERO BEACH - McKee
Botanical Garden is cele-
brating 10 years of being
back in Vero Beach and
directors want to share the
party with the public.
In 2001, the garden, for-
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have come together for a
joint fundraiser and 10-year
anniversary celebration, "A
Celebration of Sanctuary,"
on Feb. 26.'
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years since the start of
NASA's primate spaceflight
program, members of which
have found respite at the
150-acre Fort Pierce sanctu-
ary.
While the two organiza-
'tions do not have an ongo-
ing relationship or history
together, admiration and
respect for their respective
missions is evident.
"We don't have a connec-
tion really, but our missions
are very similar and we are
fans of one another," said
Triana Romero, communi-
cations director of Save the
Chimps.
"Our missions are similar
in the preservation of nature
and restoring natural habi-
tats. We are fans of one
another," she said.
"We're delighted to be col-
laborating with Save the
Chimps for this unique
event," said McKee Botani-
cal Garden executive direc-
tor Christine Hobart in a
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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

* Ashley Marie Gruttadau-
ria, 24, 331 S. Wimbrow Drive,
Sebastian, was charged with
theft.
* Stephen Dennis Westbury,
56, 104 Osceola Ave., Sebast-
ian, was charged with driving
while license suspended,
habitual offender.
* Geoffrey Thomas Adams,
27, 101 Turtle Run Drive,
Sebastian, was charged with
aggravated assault domestic
violence.
*Christopher Allen Pyke, 34,
8256 96th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with leaving the
scene of an accident with
property damage.

Fellsmere
Police Department

*Valentin Garza, 44, 26 S.
Mulberry St., Fellsmere, was
charged with felony battery
* Juan Pedro, 44,262 S. Mul-
berry St., Fellsmere, was
charged with felony battery.

Indian River County
Sheriffs Office
* Robert Luther Barnes, 48,
13675 103rd St., Fellsmere,
was charged with three
counts of grand theft and one
count of dealing in stolen


property.
*Reyna Isela Bustos, 26,
1865 40th Ave., Apt. 5, Vero
Beach, was charged with pos-
session of cocaine and a mis-
demeanor .charge of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
-Blake A. Kwek, 22, 1410
25th Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
alprazolam and buphrenor-
phine and a misdemeanor
charge of possession of mari-
juana.
* Melissa Patricia Silver, 29,
491 12th St. Southeast, Vero
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft.
* Gregory Justin Sean Sim-
mons, 22, 4590 36th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with pos-
session of methampheta-
mine.
*Lonnie James Strickland,
34, no address given, was
charged with failure of a sex
offender to secure a driver
license or identification card.
* Robert Allen Swantee, 23,
5421 Isabelle Ave., Port
Orange, was charged with five
counts of aggravated assault
with a deadlyweapon.
* Craig Vincent Taylor, 26,
3000 49th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with carrying a con-
cealed firearm and possession
of a' firearm, ammunition or
electric device by a convicted
felon.
* Brian Joseph Trinkle, 746
PondellaRoad, Apt. 22, N. Fort
Myers, was charged with vio-
lation of probation. He was on
probation for possession of
cocaine, use or possession of
drug paraphernalia and pos-
session of cannabis.
* Billy Lee Knowles, 40, 460
60th Ave., Vero Beach, was


charged with tampering with
or destroying evidence and a
misdemeanor charge of pos-
session of drug parapherna-
lia.
* Ricky J. Arseneau, 44, 6145
Seventh St., Vero Beach, was
charged with dealing in stolen
property, third-degree grand
theft and giving false owner-
ship or identification infor-
mation to a dealer.
* Leah Elizabeth Black, 37,
8476 102nd Court, Vero
Beach, was charged with
obtaining or attempting to
obtain a controlled substance
by fraud.
* Armond Dwight Ricks, 30,
4835 38th Circle, Apt. 207,
Vero Beach, was charged with
fleeing and eluding, uttering a
forged instrument, failure to
appear in court, robbery with
a weapon, aggravated battery
of a law enforcement officer
and misdemeanor charges of
first-degree petit theft and
driving while license sus-
pended, revoked or cancelled.
* Donald Craig Scalf, 32,
6345 Seventh Lane, Vero
Beach, was charged with flee-
ing and eluding and a misde-
meanor charge of willful wan-
ton reckless driving.
* Angenetta Shonta Wayne,
44, 4225 32nd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
attempted burglary of a
dwelling and a misdemeanor
charge of loitering or prowl-
ing.
*James E Anderson, 58,
8560 63rd Ave., Apt. A, Sebast-
ian, was charged with false
imprisonment, battery on a
law enforcement officer,
resisting arrest with violence
and a misdemeanor charge of


battery domestic violence.
* Craig Alan Hubert, 42,
2355 28th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged with
burglary.
* Ryan Paul Ingole, 21, 111
Flint St., Apt. A, Sebastian, was
charged with driving while
license suspended, habitual
offender.
* Doreen C. Jaeger, 45, 1826
Ninth Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
giving false information to a
pawn broker and a misde-
meanor charge of first-degree
petit theft.
* Brian S. Scurlock, 29,4100
Redwood Drive, Fort Pierce,
was charged with tampering
with evidence and a misde-
meanor charge of possession
of drug paraphernalia.
* Shelby Diane Graves, 50,
1809 21st Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation of
probation. She was on proba-
tion for trespass.
* Salatheil Hernandez, 29,
no address given, was charged
with possession of cocaine
and a misdemeanor charge of
possession of drug parapher-
nalia.
* Neil Jay Lemaster, 46, 5290
21st St., Vero Beach, was
charged with driving while
license suspended and mis-
demeanor charges of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia
and first-degree petit theft.
* Jason Lee Nesbitt, 34, 2620
12th St., Vero Beach, was
charged with aggravated
stalking.
*David Jonathan Pendle-
ton, 21, 3612 McLean Ave.,
Vero Beach, was charged with
possession of marijuana and
controlled substances


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klonipin and vyvanse without
a prescription.
* Jason Edward Bayer, 32,
944 Blossom Drive, Sebastian,
was charged with violation of
probation. He was on proba-
tion for sale of a controlled
substance.
* Daniel Lamar Johnson, 42,
2414 Second St. S.W, Vero
Beach, was charged with
third-degree grand theft and
dealing in stolen property.
*- Rebecca Margaret Lath-
rop, 28, 1606 Talbott St., Palm
Bay, was charged with viola-
tion of probation. She was on
probation for possession of
oxycodone with intent to sell
or deliver.
*Ryan James Murphy, 22,
2340 10th Road Southwest,
Apt. 230, Vero Beach, was
charged with possession of
oxycodone and a misde-
meanor charge of possession
of drug paraphernalia.
*Jerry Joseph Shelley, 28,
8455 101st Court, Vero Beach,
was charged with battery on a
law enforcement officer and a
misdemeanor charge of dis-


orderly conduct.
* James Edward Stuberfield,
31, 4785 30th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with giving false
ownership or identification to
a second-hand dealer.
* Leverett Saltonstall Shaw,
64, 5703 Deer Run Drive, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
felony petit theft.

Florida Highway Patrol

*Garrette Lee Collins, ,28,
1027 Lincoln St., Fellsmere,
was charged with tampering
with or destroying evidence,
possession of a controlled
substance and misdemeanor
charges of driving while
license suspended with
knowledge and possession of
marijuana.
. * John William McBride, 45,
2473 Madden Ave. S.W, Palm
Bay, was charged with tam-
pering with or destroying evi-
dence, trafficking a controlled
substance and a misde-
meanor charge of possession
of marijuana.


Milestones
From page A4
press release.
"The supporters of both
our organizations have
shown extraordinary
dedication to the preserva-
tion and restoration of natu-
ral resodies,; and *-we
look forward to celebrating


many more milestones with
them," she said.
Cara Chancellor, director
of marketing for McKee
Botanical Garden, said the
evening, will recognize the
contributions made by the
"space chimps" and will fea-
ture a personal, recorded
message from Jane Goodall,
renovined cicntist. a .lent
auction featuring artwork by


the chimpanzees and
opportunities to speak with
retired NASA astronauts
Scott Carpenter, Robert
Crippen and AlWorden.
A replica of the Mercury
space capsule will also be on
display for participants to
enjoy while having cocktails
and hors d'oeuvres.
No chinmp - il be ini
artiidanci. 1, all tf [he


chimps are in permanent
retirement on the islands in
the Save' the Chimps
acreage, Ms. Romero said. -
The majority of the ani-
mals that come to the sanc-
tuary are from research
facilities, such as the closed
Coulston Foundation bio-
medical research lab inNew
M-he ch.ip. Iire in family"
. The chimps rIe in family


groups on man-made
islands of about 3- to 5-acres
in size. The facility is
equipped to house about
300 chimps and currently
holds more than 250. The
facility is not open to the
public.
Reservations are required
to attend "A Celebration of
.~iaLt u tdry . j'nld art ,
$150. All funds raised will


benefit McKee Botanical
Garden and Save the
Chimps, both nonprofits.

For reservations or more
information about . the
fundraiser, call (772) 794-
0601 or visitwww.mckeegar-
den.org. For more informa-
tion about the chimpanzee
. saethh. i';, � visit
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If there is one "must
have" app for me, it is a COMPUTE
to do list. THIS
Over the last 10 years or , S SEAN MCCARTHY
so, I have come to rely on
the built in to do list (or
the "task" function) of
Microsoft Outlook. What
started as a way to keep Outlook and that was the
track of what e-mails I real issue. I wasn't going to
have yet to reply to abandon Outlook and try
became, over time, a way to use another applica-
for me to keep track of all tion, I needed a-list on my
sorts of errands that pop phone that would sync up
up from day to day. with the list I have in
For e-mails, I click the Outlook and if I couldn't
little red flag on a message find out how to do that
I've just read and an entry then I was going to drop
in my list is automatically the whole issue and just
created. As I go through forget about having my
my in-box flagging mes- list on my phone.
sages, my to do list on the After a little "Google-
right hand side of the Fu," I found a site called
screen slowly fills up with Toodledo
e-mails that I need to (www.toodledo.com)
reply to as well as calendar which, aside from being
events and miscellaneous free, looked like it just
chores like "mail a pack- may solve my problem.
age" or other mundane The key to the whole
tasks that I've thrown on puzzle is its Outlook sync
the list. Then, as I progress tool that is downloadable
through my day, one by for free from the toodle-
one I complete each task do.com website. After
and click the little flag to setting up my free account
mark it complete. and installing the sync
Over time, this has app, I entered my user
pretty much become name and password and
routine for me. I rely on all of my Outlook task
my list for everything and items now showed up on
Outlook was doing just the Toodledo.com website!
fine. But then I got a new As soon as I verified that
phone for my birthday new entries were showing
and although it synced up up on the website and that.
fine with my Outlook entries or changes made
contacts list and calendar on the site were showing
quite nicely, there didn't up on my Outlook task
seem to be any way to get list, I knew I had a winner.
mi to do list to show up I fired up my phone and
on my new phone entered
so, mn dilemmrnia was www.toodledo.com into
how to get my contacts to the web browser. After
sync up with my new entering my username
phone. This task became and password, I was
my obsession as soon as I delighted to see my to do
discovered that I couldn't list in the palm of my
do it! The funny thing was hand. I saved an icon to
that up until the new, my phone's desktop that
phone came along, the brings me right to my
idea of carrying around toodledo.com account and
my list in my phone never now any changes that I
even crossed my mind. make on the phone
But after seeing my phone automatically sync Uip
display the other data with my Outlook back on
Outlook was managing, I the desktop and vice
started thinking about versa. In fact, the thing is
how cool it would be to working so well I may not
have my list where ever I even download the app
went. Toodledo has available
I started my quest in the and save myself the four
usual places; I visited the bucks!
phone's app store and Sean McCarthyfixes
downloaded a few to do- computers. He can be
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Getting a good check-up


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Peter Froehlich, a dentist in Vero Beach, donated his time to help those with dental issues at the 'Give Kids a Smile' clinic
last Friday at the Treasure Coast Community Health center on Oslo Road. Dentists Heidi Turk, the center's dental direc-
tor, and Mindy Hall the organizer, and four other dentists, helped 30 of the most needy children with their dental issues.


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Regarding food-stamp use

I have to respond to the person who complained about
people paying with food stamps.
Things are not always as they seem. I lost a job that paid
$88,000 a year in 2008. My husband is on disability, so I was
the primary breadwinner. Since then, our house has lost
value to the point that it is worth less than what we paid for it
10 years ago, and we are in foreclosure.
'Using all of my retirement money, we tried to start a busi-
ness because at older than 50 years of age, I could not find a
job. We closed that business last fall.
Unemployment benefits have run out. Our credit cards are
charged up to the limit trying to pay our water bill, electric
bill and gas bill, not to buy "extras" like clothing! The "new"
Nissan SUV that I drive was purchased when our income
was more than $100,000 a year and we will probably have to
let it be repossessed because I can't sell enough of our house-
hold goods on eBay to make the next car payment.
I've had exactly two job interviews, with no one even both-
ering to call me back to let me know that they weren't inter-
ested.
I've worked since I was 15 years old. and paid into a system
that I never thought I would need. But now I do need it, and
you knowwhat? I'm damn well going to use it.
So before you judge someone who is using food stamps to
keep their family fed you need to know the story behind it.
The only reason I know the woman in the story wasn't me is
because I've already sold or pawned all my gold jewelry, what
little of itI had.

About Obamacare

The steep price of Obamacare is made worse because tort
reform, the high cost of unnecessary medical procedures,
was not addressed by the authors. The only reason is the
influence of trial lawyers and the campaign dollars they give
to the president and the Democratic party.
Malpractice insurance is a huge cost which doctors and
hospitals pass on to patients. Physicians order extra tests,
not because it is good medicine, but out of fear of lawsuits.

No taxes saved

This is regarding "Inmate monitoring program saves
county mohey."
As our fine law enforcement has found a way to save the
taxpayers $3 million in 2009 for incarceration costs (not,
including the medical money saved), I'm sure we will see our
taxes go down, right? Ha! No way. After all, it is a for-profit
business. So keep those profits rolling in on the taxpayers
back.

Be aware of radicals

In the aftermath of each national crisis of late, I see a pat-
tern of radical groups moving to advance their views, with
half-truths and lies. There is an elitism in their beliefs that
allows them to say that the ends justify the means. These elit-
ist radicals believe that they know best and that the majority
of Americans are so un-evolved that we need.to be con-
trolled. They do not believe that man can govern himself.
They do not believe that we are personally responsible for
our actions. They do not believe we know what is right and
what is wrong.
In their cult-like, bigoted blindness, radicals believe all
who disagree with them must be made to conform to their
narrow-minded mantra at any cost.
All radicals think they are enlightened, when in reality they
are so prejudiced they are willing to deny the natural free-
doms our Constitution provides to all dissenters from their
agendas.
All Americans need to know who they are and what they


believe and not be swayed by the propaganda of the radicals.
Don't be stampeded to give up our freedoms by fear and lies.
Stand America. Don'tbe silent.

We don't need more socks

We need registered voters paying attention to what is hap-
pening, Vietnam vets and now the other war too, being
ignored and even exploited and harassed in the streets.
Yes, they have post traumatic stress syndrome and shell
shock that lasts a lifetime. Yes, they are sick. Who are you who
enjoy hurting sick people? Did you join the police force to be
a bully? Why are you chasing grandmas around at night? Did
you sign up to be an officer as a strategic survival move to
avoid being killed because your family had the money to
make sure it went that way?
How many of my peace-loving brethren did you murder by
sending them to foreign lands 40 years ago? How many more
will you get away with now that 50 years has passed, and
most people have forgotten what happened 50 years ago?
The elder women neyer forget. I am one. Watch out. We are
a powerful group of grey panthers and we ain't got time for
cougaring.
I don't personally know one guy who was drafted in the
1970s who came home again. They were all killed in my
group of small friends. The drafted ones are the killed ones.
The rich guys whose families made sure they went to mili-
tary schools in order to go straight into the better jobs, those
guys are OK and, as usual, are the ones with all the money
and power. These godless, self-sufficient ego-maniacs are
not my cup of tea.
It isn't money that we need. It's not socks.
We need survival gear, the same kind you would need if
your house burned down or blew away. We need flashlights,
batteries, bottled water, gadgets and tools that provide
warmth, heat, light, battery-operated stuff, ground sheets,
sleeping bags, umbrellas. Did I mention sleeping bags?
People, you all have these things stuffing your garages,
multiples of them. I know that you do. Don't wait until spring
to depart from your extra 25 sweatshirts and pants, warm
shoes, long underwear and so on.
It might someday be you standing out there shivering in
the cold.

What would you be willing to boycott?
"Thou shalt not have graven images."
Whatis the golden arches of McDonald's or the giant "w"
in Walmart, a shrine where you give your donations every
Sunday and worship the gods of material stuff?
I don't see people gaily skipping off to church and happily
celebrating the Lord anymore.
They swarm and hoard and are.crazy like ants or bees all
over the shopping malls on both possible Sabbath days Sat-
.urday and Sunday, especially.

How could she be so irresponsible?

I grew up in Arizona. I've been shooting since I was 8 years
old. That doesn't mean that I'm an Annie Oakley or go
around bullying anyone with a gun.
SI am very disgusted with the fact that when Sarah Palin did
the targets over the different people who had been targeted
and Ms. Gifford just got shot, I just can't believe that anyone
could be so irresponsible. She comes off with a lot of people
on her side, but she's a bully.
She stands there. She shoots wolves that are not bothering
anybody with a high-powered rifle out of the side of her heli-
copter. She smiles and shoots a deer that they don't need the
meat from, for God's sake.
To do what she's done, I'd like to see somebody bring
charges against her. I don't think she deserves any of the
publicity she is getting.
The people who were shot did a lot more in their years. I
don't know what she ever did that was good. She's got a big
mouth. She promotes herself, and she's making money.
But tell me what she has actually done that is good?

She gets blamed for everything;
I hope she runs for president

This is pertaining to Sarah Palin. Why is it that the left-wing
is after Sarah Palin? She gets blamed for everything.
I sure hope she runs for president, because she has my
vote. Why don't the people just leave her alone? What are
they afraid of? That's what I want to know.
Does anyone have an answer to that?

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Help is a phone call away


Agency provides answers to non-emergency questions


By Dawn Krebs
dkrebs@hometownnewsol.com
TREASURE COAST - It's
common knowledge that if
law enforcement or medical
help is needed, dial 911.
But what if help is needed
with the electric bill, with
child care, with the loca-
tions of overnight shelters?
What about flu shots, back-
to-school fairs or income-
tax preparation sites?
On the Treasure Coast, the
number to remember is 211.
According to Page Xouod-
ward, community relations
specialist for the agency, 211
is a community help line
that also offers crisis inter-
vention, information assess-
ment and referral. It has
been available to the public
for about seven years locally.
It is a partner agency of the
UnitedWay.
"We gather information
from a variety of agencies to
share with others," she said.
"We offer an assessment,
detailed response depend-
ing on the level of service
the caller needs."
For example, a person
calling could just want to
know where to get help with
their electric bill, while oth-,
ers might need help with
both bills, food and other
basic needs.
"Any age can call, we are
available to all age groups,"


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This is hard to enforce by a downsized
law enforcement community; but it is
the law, nevertheless.
The understanding is that law
enforcement has to actually see the dis-
charge, which makes it impossible to be
everywhere in the community.
So law enforcement has to rely on thea
communities at large to either take clear
video photography of the subjects) or
solve the problem ourselves.


she said.:
In December 2010, the
agency received"2,440 calls
that resulted in 2,256 refer-
rals made to 515 programs
in St. Lucie, Okeechobee,
Martin and Indian River
counties. This branch of the
agency also covers Palm
Beach County.
Ms. Woodward said the
agency is not a direct service
provider.
"We can't give out any
money, only information,"
she said.
The agency's job is two-
fold. The first is providing
necessary information to
the caller. The second is to
working with all the various
health and human service
agencies on the Treasure
Coast to gather the correct
information to provide to
the caller.
"It's a lot of relationships,"
Ms. Woodward said.
When a person calls 211,
one of the first things they
are asked is the ZIP code
where they are located.
"This is so the referral they
are looking is made locally
to them," she said.
There is a live person
staffing the phones 24 hours
a day, seven days a week.
This resource specialist has
.been through more than 80,
hours of training provided
by 211. There are also Span-
ish-speaking resource spe-


cialists available.
At that point, the resource
specialist lets the caller
explain what they need.
"We don't direct the con-
versation, we let them talk,"
she said, adding that all
information gathered was
confidential. "The resource
specialist would then pass
along the contact informa-
tion the caller needs."
Ms. Woodward also said
the agency has the ability to
directly connect the caller
with the person they need
to talk to if it's necessary.
"If the caller seems upset
or there's other factors
involved, we. can make the
call for them, get the right
person and then let them
talk," she said.
She said people should
try to call and get help
before it an issue gets out of
control.
During the call, basic
demographic information is
gathered, but Ms. Wood-
ward says that is to provide
reports to government and
partner agencies so they
can see where services are
lacking.
Currently, there are more
than 3,000 agencies in the
211 database, including
churches, state agencies,
food banks and more.
"The information the
agencies give us is entered
into a database and main-


This makes for continued con-
tentiousness among neighbors, and
could actually contribute to violence
ending in loss of life.
It would be judicious to remind resi-
dents who have repeatedly discharged
these fireworks, hitting roofs and vege-
tation during these dry seasons and hit-
ting cars and boats, etc., that their con-
tinued risk-taking with discharge of
these aerial fireworks puts us all at risk.
Diesel and gas kept on boats and at
residences, dry vegetation and irrespon-,
sible partygoers, make a dangerous mix
for this illegal activity.


trained " Ms. Woodward
said. "Agencies are con-
stantly updating informa-
tion."
She said a lot of churches
have been filling in the gap.
"For example, we try to
keep a listing of all the meal
sites," she said.
The need for the informa-
tion has increased since the
agency was formed.
Between 2009 and 2010,
suicide calls increased 58
percent, domestic violence
calls increased 27 percent
and a need for family shel-
ter increased 20 percent.
"In December 2010, .the
majority of referrals were
for basic needs," Ms. Wood-
ward said.
St. Lucie County had the
most calls, 55 percent, in.
December, while Indian
River County had 22 per-'
cent, Martin County had 19
percent and Okeechobee
County had 3 percent of all
the calls that month.
The most common
request was financial assis-
tance; 934 callers needed
help with this issue.
Despite the variety of rea-
sons for the calls, the
agency's goal remains the
same.
"We're all in it to help peo-
ple," she said.
For more information, call
211 or go online to
www.21 treasurecoast.org


This practice has been the case for
every holiday in our communities for
several years.
It deserves some attention for law
enforcement community and each
home-based community organization.
It is disconcerting to see how much
attention is placed on lawn watering and
dog defecation, and no attention given
to illegal activities that are harmful to
person and property.
One way to handle it might be to stop
selling these illegal fireworks on all
street comers and every retail store in
the community


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pick-up and drop-off area
at the skate park," Mr.
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within the Barber Street
sports complex and during
the school year, is open
Monday through Thursday
from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fri-
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INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY - The Retired and
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offers independent living
programs and compan-
ionship to homebound
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Carl W. Greeley
CarlW. Greeley, 90, of Barefoot Bay, died Jan. 26, 2011.
He was born in Concord, N.H., and moved to Florida in 1985.
He served in the U.S. Army during World War II.
He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Beverly; two daughters, Nancy and Susan; a step-
son, Royce; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Arrangements by Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory in Sebastian.


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- Youth Guidance cele-
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the Boulevard Village and
Tennis Club.
King of the Hill tennis
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gled with mentors and
potential mentors as they
all learned the importance
of being "friends" to a
child.
The mixer allowed cur-
rent volunteers to share
their mentee success sto-
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recruiting individuals to the
program.
A "Match & Mingle" game
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nity to have some fun as
they got to know one
another.
Youth Guidance intro-
duced their new teen men-
toring group, as well as
their community-based
mentorships. The event
also familiarized communi-
ty members with Youth
Guidance and 'its ever-
expanding programs, activ-
ities and services.
The primary purpose of
Youth Guidance is to match
each of its nearly 700 at-risk
K-12 grade children with a
volunteer mentor 21 or
older. Mentors spend just a
. fewv hours a week with their
mrnentee duing l iendsh p-
based activities that they
both enjoy.
The agency is actively
seeking volunteers to serve
as mentors, tutors or peri-
odic volunteers at ongoing
activities for the
unmatched children in the
program, or to provide reg-
ular help in the office.
Youth Guidance is also
looking for partnerships
with businesses, service
clubs and church groups to
pair with their unmatched
children for just one activi-
tyayear.
The Guidance Gallery, a
traveling display board fea-
turing 80 Youth Guidance
children who need men-
tors, is available for organi-
zations or businesses to
display in their lobbies to
help recruit mentors.
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- Nearly 300 guests were on
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Philanthropy Day on Nov. 18
hosted by the Association of
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Health Association, Vero
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Activity Center; PNC Wealth
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corporate philanthropist,
nominated by Vero Beach
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Schwartz, outstanding vol-
unteer fundraiser, nominat-
ed by Indian River Habitat
for Humanity and Todd
Heckman, unsung Hero of
the Year, nominated by Indi-
an River Habitat for Human-
ity.
Additional individual
honorees recognized for
their contributions includ-
ed: the Rev. A.C. "Jack" Diehl
III, Glenn Ireldnd II, Susan
McKay Bromwell, Joanna
Meyers, Warren and Virginia
Schwerin and Mary Beth
Vallar.
Additional corporate
nominees that were recog-
nized included: Conrado
Enterprises of Indian River
County, Marine Bank &
Trust Co. and Panera Bread.
Becky Alien was this year's
mistress of ceremonies.
Money raised from the
event will be reinvested
locally in the AFPIR, which
supports the profession of
fundraising.


Triathlon
From page Al 1
required to use a wide- tire
bike, mountain or BMX
type, because the trail is a
dirt road.
For the swimming por-
tion, participants 6 and
younger may use an
approved floatation device.
, The cost is $10 per child.
Call the aquatic center for
the start time for each age
group.
� Registration begins on
March 1. Register at the
Indian River County Recre-
ation Department, Gifford
Aquatic Center or North
County Aquatic Center.
For more information,
call (772) 770-5312 or visit
www.ircrec.com.


Skills
From page A10
matched with seniors who
have similar interests and
personalities.Volunteers
need only give a minimum
of two hours a week and a
day for training. Training
are held monthly at the Vero
and Sebastian offices.
Volunteers do not need to
be year-round residents, so
long, as they are able, to
maintain contact with their
senior throughout the year.
Homebound seniors in
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FRIDAY, FEB. 11-
SUNDAY, FEB. 12
* "Bye Bye Birdie," Vero
Beach Performing Arts
Center, 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. on
select dates. A musical
featuring the Vero Beach
High School Performing Arts
Department. Website:
www.vbhs.org.

SATURDAY, FEB. 12
* Mended Hearts sup-
port group's second mega-
meeting of the season from
1-3 p.m. at Christ-by-the-
Sea Church, 3755 Hwy. AIA,
Vero Beach. To RSVP, call
(772) 563-4670.
* Modern exotics and
sports cars exhibition,
McKee Botanical-Garden,
Vero Beach, times to be
announced. Website:
www.mckeegarden.org.
* Art show, Riverview
Park, Sebastian, 10 a.m.
Theme: Florida Wildlife.
Presented by the Sebastian
River Art Club. Rain date is
the following Sunday.
Website: www.sebastian-
riverartclub.org
* Fifth annual Race/Walk
for Literacy, Pointe West,
Vero Beach, 8 a.m. Website:
www.literacyservicesirc.org.
* Vero Beach Airport
Aviation Day from 9 a.m.- 4
p.m. Admittance $5 per
person or $10 per family.
Plenty of free parking and
handicapped parking close
to the entrance. A World
War II Mitchell bomber will
be open for inspection and
offering rides. Other aircraft
and a helicopter will be
offering rides. Approximate-
ly 50 different aircraft will
be on show or open for
inspection plus many
different activities and
interesting things to see.
Educational and interesting
for the whole fardily. Food
and drink available. For
more information, visit
eaa99.org or call (772)
978-4930.
* Sebastian River Art
Club's third annual "Trea-
sure Hunt," art show and
sale of original, framed
fine art: Go to the Club
booth, pick up a Treasure
Map, follow the directions
which hopefully will lead to
the Treasure. It's not buried.
Five Treasure Hunters will
win of one of the five
pieces of art donated by
Club members. While
following the map, browse
the artwork exhibitedby Art
Club members. Raindate is
Feb. 15. Free parking is
available. Commissions
from sales fund the Rosalee
Taylor Hume Scholarship.
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Photo courtesy of Connie Utter
Finalists in Vero's Top Chef are, front row, from left: Chefs Jane Faraco, Adrienne Drew and Michele Hennessey.
Back row, from left: Chefs Andrew Keller, Joe Faria and Brian Jones.


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
* INDIAN RIVER COUN-
TY- A sold-out crowd of
more than 240 tasted
culinary creations pre-
pared by 11 local chefs
competing in the Top Chef
qualifying event in Vero's
Top Chef Challenge at the
Clubhouse at Pointe West
on Jan. 31. The events
benefit the Homeless
Family Center.
Moving on o theTop
Chef Challenge are: Chefs
Michele Hennessey, River
Grille; Andrew Keller, The
Club at Pointe West; Brian
Jones, Windsor Club; Jane
Faraco, STAX and Adri-
enne Drew, Catering by
Adrienne Drew. -
They will each prepare
an entr6e for the 175
guests who will attend the


Top Chef Challenge on
Feb. 28 at Quail Valley
River Club. Following the
meal, the attendees and
judges will vote without
knowing which chef
prepared a specific entree.
They will cast their vote for
Vero's Top Chef 2011 based
on presentation, originali-
ty and taste.
The chef participants in
the qualifying event
included: Nick Bradbury,
Quail Valley River Club;
Gregg DeAquair, Dock-ide
Grill; Brian Lavergne,
Disney's Vero Beach
Resort; Raymond Mum-
ford, Costa d'Este; Bradley
Willits, Cobalt and Patrick
Hughes, Riverside Caf6.
Joe Faria, executive chef
at Quail Valley River Club
is the chef coordinator of
the event.
The honorary chair-


woman ofVero's Top Chef
Challenge is one of the
world's bestselling
authors, Debbie
Macomber.
Event sponsors are
George E. Warren Corp.,
"Vero Beach" magazine,
Pointe West, Quail Valley
River Club, Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer &
Preschool, Moulton Layne
PL.,Vero Insurance, Don
and Neda Heeter, Marine
Bank & Trust Company,
RossWay Nloorel) lor &
Swan, BankUnited, Barker
Electric Air Conditioning &
Heating, Inc., Reliable
Septic & Services and New
Vision Eye Center.
The committee, chaired
by Denise Finizio and
Neda Heeter, includes Lara
Fiorelli, Erin McCleery,
Gina Battle, MarilynCase,
Heather Dean, Joe Chiarel-


la, Rebecca Lachance,
Kristen Turcone, Natasha
Seeram and Colleen
Liebert.
The Homeless Family
Center is a partner agency
of the United Way and
Treasure Coast Homeless
Services Council, Inc. The
center is located on 4th
Street and provides
emergency and transition-
al shelter for homeless
families from Indian River,
St. Lucie, Martin and
Okeechobee counties. '
Tickets to Vero's Top
Chef Challenge are sold
out, but those who want to ,
be placed on the waiting
list may call (772) 567-
5537, Ext. 326. Tickets are
$175 per person.

For more information,
visit www.HomelessFami-
lyCenter.com.


Shopping-cart parade, food drive slated


For Hometown News
News@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH - The
second annual Treasure
Coast shopping cart
parade and food drive
will take place April 16 at
3 p.m. at the Hibiscus
Festival -.in downtown
Vero Beach.
. ast year's event raised
more than 6,296 pounds
of fnod
The, event, is seeking
sponsors and ,hosts, for
shopping carts. Partici-


pants pledge to decorate
shopping carts and dis-
play their carts onsite to
collect non-perishable
food leading up to the,
April 16 parade.
Additionally, partici-
pants will display their,
shopping carts all day at
the Hibiscus Festival aqd
at 3 p.m., the shopping
carts will be paraded
through the streets of the
festival and in front of
thousands of spectators
and then hauled off to the
Harvest Food and .Out-


reach Center to benefit
needy families across the,
Treasure Coast.
All non-perishable food
items will be donated to
the Harvest Food & Out-
reach Center to help pro-
vide food and hope to
those in need on the Trea-
sure Coast of Florida.
The Harvest Food &
Outreach Center, found-
ed in 2003, by Austin 'and
Ginny . Hunt, provides
food, crisis services and
programs, and opportu-
nities for education and


employment for hungry
families fighting to break
the cycle of poverty.

For more information
on the Harvest Food &
Outreach Center visit
www. harvestfood-
outreach.org or e-mail
info@harvestfood-
outreach.org.
Those interested can
call (772) 567 0937, Ext.
127, e-mail
justin_tabas@bellsouth.n
et, or visit www.the-
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STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 2-11-2011


Aries-March 21-April 19
Life is going your way. The
key to continuing success is
to listen to and follow your
instincts and heart, not your
head. Your very first impres-
sions are always the best.
Make quality time .for your-
self everyday. Do something
for fun just because you
want to. Let others know
what you need. They will
give it to you. Now everyone
is happy.

Taurus-April 20-May 20
New opportunities are
opening all around you.
How do you know which
ones to pursue? First make a
list. Write them down. Then,
if an opportunity still feels
good in a week or two, take
action. If it doesn't, it wasn't
meant to be. This approach
keeps you from getting side-
tracked on no-win situa-
tions.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
When you give, you give
freely. Learn to feel in your
heart what others need
from you. You have a great
reservoir of love and talent
to draw from. Being sensi-
tive to others' motives keeps
you moving in. the right
direction. Sometimes less is
more. Your very first feeling
is the best guide on wheh to
act and when not to.

Cancer-June 22-July 22
Your positive attitude has
brought you safely through
many past challenges. It will
continue to bring you
through present ones. Keep
honing your skills and tal-
ents. Stay sharp. Keep your
mind and great heart open.
See your projects through to
completion and celebrate
the victories. Life is good.
You make it that way.
Leo-July 23-Aug. 22
Continue moving ahead
with those new ideas. You
have plenty of energy. It's
like you have guardian
angels watching over and
guiding you, With the intelli-
gence, heart and spirit work-
ing so strong, you set a shin-
ing example for others
around you. You are a win-
ner in the game of life.
Thanks for your light and
guidance.

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Balance continues to be the
key to your progress. Take
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SUNDAY, FEB. 13
S*Art in the Park, Humis-
ton Park, Vero Beach, 10
a.m. Outdoor exhibit and
sale of Vero Beach Art Club
member's art. Website:
www.verobeachartclub.org.
MONDAY, FEB. 14
* Valentine's Day dinner,
McKee Botanical Garden,
Vero Beach, times to be
announced. Website:
www.mckeegarden.org.
TUESDAY, FEB. 15
* Cape Town Philharmon-,
ic Orchestra will perform at
Community Church of Vero
Beach starting at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets cost $50. Tickets are
available and may be
purchased by calling (772)
778-1070, or at the door.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16


* Food Addicts in Recov-
ery Anonymous holds
weekly 12-Step meetings for
those having trouble
controlling the way they eat.
Free, no dues or fees.
Wednesday at 10 a.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church,
2365 Pine Ave, room 306,
Vero Beach. For more
information, visit
www.foodaddicts.org
FRIDAY, FEB. 18
* Tiger Lily Art Studios &
Gallery presents 'Six In The
City' from 5-8 p.m. A
special preview day is held
Feb. 17, from 10 a.m.-7p.m.
Tiger Lily is located at 1903
14th Ave., in downtown Vero
Beach. Their hours of
operation are from Tuesday
-Friday 10 a.m.-5 and
Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. For
more information, visit
www.tigerlilyvero.com.

SATURDAY, FEB. 19
* Democratic Women's
Club of Indian River County
will hold its monthly


luncheon beginning at 11:30
a.m. Guest speaker. will be
Dr. Bjorn Tunberg, associate
professor of marine ecology
with the Smithsonian Marine
Station in Vero Beach. The
luncheon is $16 per person
and will be held at C.J.
Cannon's, 3414 Cherokee
Drive in Vero Beach. For
more information, call (772)
559-6281.

MONDAY, FEB. 21
* 'Late Monet: Finding
Meaning in the Mundane:'
The first lecture of the, Vero
Beach Museum of Art's 2011
International Lecture Series
will be presented by art
historian and educator Paul
Hayes Tucker, Ph.D.. All ILS
presentations take place in
the Leonhardt Auditorium,
with two presentations by
each speaker-one at 4 p.m.
and a second at 6 p.m. A
light wine reception with an
opportunity to meet the
speaker will bridge both
presentations, beginning at
5 p.m. in the newly enclosed
Wahlstrom Sculpture


Garden/Laura and Bill Buck
Atrium. The Museum is
located at 3001 Riverside
Park Drive, Vero Beach.
Directions: From 1-95 take
Exit 147, and US 1, take
State Road 60 east towards
beachside, cross the Merrill
P. Barber bridge, then turn
right at the first traffic light
into Riverside Park.
THURSDAY, FEB. 24
* The Senior Resource
Association will present
"Celebrate Love Concert"
at 7 p.m. in the Great Hall at
Trinity Episcopal Church. This
is the second concert of the
season for the Silver Tones
Chorus and will feature
popular favorites like "Can
You Feel the Love Tonight,"
"1 Could Have Danced All
Night" and "Mr. Sandman."
The performance will also
feature two numbers by the
Sweet Basil Dancers.
Admission is a $5 donation
at the door and includes a
reception immediately
following the performance.
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Scopes
From page B1
life one day at a time. You
have many admirers. Savor
the little victories in life, but
don't become too attached
to any of them. More are on
the way. You are an inspira-
tion to many. You are creat-
ing your own brand of
magic. How? By trusting your
own feelings and instincts.
Libra-Sept. 23-Oct.22
As your spirit rises, so does
your mental and physical
strength. Your thinking is


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keen and your overall view
of life is positive. You have
many spiritual blessings. Just
stay focused when faced
with daily challenges and
you will continue to achieve
fine results. Why? Because
you have passion and you
take action.
Scorpio-Odct.23-Nov.21
Gather information from
many sources then bring it
together to form your own
truth. Go within and let your
heart speak to you before
starting new projects.
Answers that may seem out-
wardly unattainable ,will


come together when you fol-
low your heart. Put the
pieces together in an organ-
ized manner and move for-
ward to victory.
Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
You have all the right
answers inside you right
now wanting to be released.
Do not put limitations on
yourself. You have unlimited
power to manifest and cre-
ate life's greatest rewards.
Accept the beautiful being
that you are. Make life an
exciting adventure. Expect
extraordinary results. Much
good is on the way.


Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
No matter what has hap-
pened in the past, life
always gives second
chances. Accept the respon-
sibility for all of life's deci-
sions. When one door shuts,
a better one is waiting to be
opened. Keep a lighter
touch. If it isn't fun, don't do
it. Scattered energy has 'no
way to grow. Keep on keep-
ing on. The best is yet to
come.
Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
New responsibilities are on
the way. Why? Because you
have done such a good job


with the old ones you have
been chosen to handle
more. Your sense of balance
is legendary. You always
know the right things to say
and do. The impulses that
come from the gut instinct
are never wrong. Listen to
this inner glow and your
light will continue to shine.
Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
So what if others don't
agree with your decisions?
It's your life, thank you.
Lighten up a little. You han-
dle family and work respon-
sibilities in a beautiful way.
Just be sure to set priorities


and deal with the most
important things.- first.
Refuse to let the world push
you around. Today is the
best day of ,your life. Don't
forget it.
Special services
For readings, astrology
charts and other services,
call (772) 334-9487, e-mail
jtuckxyz@aol.com. To read.
the Spirit Guide column, visit
myhometownnews.net and
click on counseling and
advice.
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(772) 469-2062.
FRIDAY, FEB. 25-
SATURDAY, FEB. 26
* St. Sebastian Catholic
Church is having its annual
rummage sale from 9 a.m.-2
p.m. There will be house-
hold items, clothing, toys,
collectibles, tools, books,
miscellaneous items and
baked food for sale. Break-
fast and lunch will be
available. The church is
located at 13075 U.S. 1. For
more information, call (772)
581-5525.

ART GALLERIES
* Artists Guild Gallery,
1974 14th Ave., Vero Beach.
Call (772) 299-1234 or visit
www.artistsguildgalleryver-
obeach.com.
* 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. Call (772)
569-4400.
* Capt. Hiram's Resort,
1580 U.S. 1, Sebastian. For a
look at the full entertain-
ment lineup, visit
www.hirams.com. (772)
589-4345
* Duke's Lounge, every
Friday night, alternative
night club. 4700 N. A-1-A,
Vero Beach. 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
Call (772) 231-1600.
* 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.earlshide-
away.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,
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being happily married for
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person in your life. It's not
easy to make a marriage
work for many years but it is
a most worthwhile accom-
plishment. There are times
you love that special
someone to death and there
are times you'd like to put
him or her to death. Just
remember to think "we" and
"us," not "me" and "you."
To be loved you must be
lovable, it is not your right;
it must be earned. It doesn't
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push.
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wants, needs, everything.
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them. Timing is everything
and when anger or resent-
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that is not the time to talk.
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other; once respect is gone,
love is soon to follow.
A candlelight dinner
without the kids, if possible,
is wonderful, especially
when eating out is not
affordable. Make something
easy. Even takeout'is OK. Set
the stage and plan to make
the evening special.
My steady boyfriend (and
future husband) and I spent
the evening of our senior
prom at the Waldorf Astoria
in New York City. What a
magical evening it was as
we danced to the big band.
Our dinner that night was
delicious and I vowed to.
someday make it for my
husband.
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SENIOR PROM
STEAK
Serves 2
1 pound 1-inch thick
sirloin steak or filet
mignon
2 tablespoons extra virgin
olive oil
4 medium cloves garlic,
halved
6 small new potatoes (or 2
medium potatoes),
peeled and cut in 6 pieces
each
1 medium-size jar roasted
red peppers, drained, tear
in large segments
Several sprigs fresh Italian
parsley, chopped, or
1 teaspoon dried parsley
1/2-teaspoon oregano
Salt and pepper to taste
Cut sirloin in 2-inch
pieces, cut the filets in half.
Tenderize the sirloin with
meat tenderizer.
In large skillet, place 1
tablespoon oil. Sautd steak
in hot oil until browned on
outside but still raw inside.
Set aside. Add remaining
tablespoon oil to pan. Sautd
garlic. Lower heat; add
potatoes and brown on all
sides. Add peppers, half the
parsley, oregano and a little
salt and pepper. Cover pan
and cook until potatoes are


just about tender.
Return steak to pan. Add
1/4-cup water. Cover and
cook until steak is done as
you like it. Add remaining
parsley and a little more
water (1/4 cup); heat
through.
Serve this royal feast with
my garlic rolls.

GARLIC ROLLS (NIB)

Spices such as oregano,
parsley, etc. may be added
to the oil.
1 package Parker House
rolls or small frozen
dinner rolls
4 medium cloves garlic,
peeled
1/4-cup extra virgin
olive oil
Chop garlic in a mini
chopper. Add oil and
process until garlic is tiny.
Set aside. Bake rolls in oven
as package directs. When
almost done, brush on
garlic mix. Return to oven
and bake about 2 minutes
longer. The longer garlic
cooks, the milder the flavor.
When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook send $19.50 ($15-
book, $1-tax, $3.50 for
shipping and handling) For
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plus $2.00). Send to:Arlene
M. Borg, 265 S.W. Port St.
Lucie Blvd, #149, Port St.
Lucie, FL 34984. Check or
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- ; Joseph Lindor was
narfied Youth of the Year
during the seventh annual
Boys & Girls Club Youth of
the Year celebration at the
Polish American Club on
Jan, 27.
Joseph is president of the
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He wias one of two nomi-
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ond being Jacob Walton of
the Sebastian Club and a
freshman at Sebastian,
River High School.'
- Jacob plays junior varsity
baseball .and participates
in the ROTC program. He
recently won first place for
his age group in the Boys
and Girls Clubs of Indian
River. County fine arts
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Club members are
judged on the following cri-
teria: service to home and
family; moral character;
community service; school
leadership and service;
academic performance;
service to the Boys & Girls
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essays and public speaking
ability.
Before Joseph accepted
the award, he addressed
the crowd of 145 people.
"I've experienced a lot of
hard times these past few
years," he said. "I lost focus
of my priorities in. life, but
the Boys & Girls Club has
helped me to stay focused
and is leading me to a path
of excellence. I thank the
staff for guiding me in the
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Youth
From page B4
right direction when I did-
n't know what to do or
where to go."
Daniel Fourmont of RBC
Bank, Michael Kint of the
United Way and Carol
Johnson of the Character
Counts Coalition of IRC
and the IRC School Board
were judges for this year's
competition.
Joseph will participate in
a statewide competition, in
which winners receive a
$1,000 scholarship and
participate in a regional
competition. The
statewide competition will
be hosted by BGC of the
Emerald Coast in Fort Wal-
ton Beach.
Five regional winners
will each receive a $10,000
scholarship and compete
at the national level.
The National Youth of
the Year receives up to an
additional $50,000 scholar-
ship and is installed by the
president of the United
States.
BGCA is proud to
announce a new partner-
ship with Marquette Uni-
versity. Youth of the Year
winners on the organiza-
tional, state, regional and
national levels are now eli-
gible to apply for full-
tuition scholarships to
Marquette University.



Out
From page B3
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 entertain-
ment schedules. (772) 571-
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* Morrissey's Irish Pub, live
music every.Saturday night
from 8 p.m.-midnight. 740 S.
Fleming St., Sebastian. (772)
589-1238.
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entertainment. (772) 234-
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Bonaventure Conference JAMES ' water to be found. Of the 36
Center & Spa in Weston. STAMMER holes on the property, all
-- After $100 million in but five have water in play.
- renovations, enhancements The better golfers may
S and improvements to the enjoy the longer East
entire property, this resort with potatoes and aspara- Course. Measuring at 7,001
has everything you need for gus on the side, came yards from the tips and
a weekend that the entire perfectly prepared and playing to a par of 72, there
family will enjoy. delivered to my table. I've is plenty of challenge,
Located just off Inter- had great omelets before, especially when the winds
state-75, a couple miles but this one put all the rest pick up.
from the Sawgrass Mills to shame. The par-3, third hole
Mall, and adjacent to After our hearty breakfast, features a tee shot with a
. Bonaventure Country Club, we were each set to grab our short iron to a green
this property easily received own fun for the day. My girls guarded by a beautiful
117 a thumbs-up from my headed to the mall, and my waterfall in the front.
entire clan. son and I hit the fairways. The fifth hole is one of
The resort features 501 Bonaventure Country the most intimidating par-
British colonial-style Club is one of the oldest 4s that I have ever played.
guestrooms spread over 23 clubs in South Florida. The You must carry water with
acres. Our spacious room East Course, designed by your tee shot and your
1/16/11 offered an additional 400- Joe Lee and completed in approach. The more daring
square-feet of living area, 1969, was a haven for you are off the tee, the
cher's including wet bar, kitch- touring pros back in the day. easier it is to get over the
enette, refrigerator and a Johnny Miller's 63, carded water with your second. It's
with connecting bedroom for the when the pros used to make my favorite hole on the
kids. more money betting among course.
auction The Red Door Lifestyle themselves and playing While shorter than its
point Spa by Elizabeth Arden is against top local players sister, the West Course
just one of the many than they did in tour prize plays to a par of 70, but is
amenities at the Hyatt money, stands as the course just as challenging with the
w Regency BonaVenture. After record, right wind conditions. At
or a day of walking the mall or When it first opened, 6,126 yards from the back,
eting playing golf, a relaxing spa Bonaventure was alone in golfers are not required to
S treatment is just the thing near wilderness. Just a few hit those tour-like 300-yard
'atting " for those weary bones and condos and plenty of . drives to enjoy their round.
muscles, alligators was all that one The course starts off with
export There are also four could find in the area. the most difficult hole, a
writing swimming pools, a nature Three years later, the West 535-yard, par-5 with plenty
trail and several dining Course was added, and of water. The back nine
sse: options all on site. The combined with the relative gives golfers a chance to
dd beaches, dining and seclusion from the outside take risks and pick up a
90rhead nightlife of Fort Lauderdale world, made for a relaxing birdie with a drivable par-4,
are just a short drive away. retreat during the winter and a trio of solid, but short
S .After a wonderful sleep in months. 1\hile it no linger par-3s.
our comtortahle room. ve enio\ s that 'ame secClusion, We boys finished our
S were up and tead\ to go it's still a quiet and relaxing round of golf and returned
early Saturday morning, place to play. to the Hyatt to relax,
SThe Banyan Restaurant at Being a mature course explore the nature trail and
the resort has a Lfmtastic definhiell has its advan- hit the pools.
breakfast menu. k\e had our ages, it features gc nth Ifyou would like.to break
Im choice of the overstocked rolling terrain and man\ away fromyour usual
buffet or a wonderfully mature trees. it's not often I weekend and instead, have a
prepared breakfast from the get to enjoy\ a view from the 'relaxing weekend that
* menu. I decided to try the iee that features large oaks includes golf, shopping and
S seafood omelet. This and flowering trees taller fine eating, contact the
) delicacy. cooked %with than power poles Hyatt Regency Bonaventure
- hrimp crab and ]almnnn Bona\enture gives '-,iou that at (954) 616-1234
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- 'can reach Bonaventure
.. Country Club directly at
'* ' . .*.'--' .(954) 389-2100 or www.golf-
, . bonaventure.com.
..James Stammer has been
airs ..an avid golfer and golf
S. enthusiast for nearly 40
\as , . . - - " . ... years. He hosts the Thursday
............. " -Night Golf Show on WSTU
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utilities, no lease/dep. tal, shopping, beaches.
Call Fountain Resort (water & trash incl) No
772-466-7096 Pets 772-473-1960
HUTCHINSON ISLAND
2BR/2BA; 1971 SF, un- VERO BEACH - Oak
furnished, gated, pool, Park Ter, 2br/2ba, 1st fir,
club house, No Smoking, 55+, 2 mi to *beach- &
No pets, $1000, Credit shopping, clubhouse,
check and refers, pool, tennis, $675/mo +
772-380-0394 Sec. 518-848-1760


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VERO BEACH - Laguna
Unfurn. 2/1 no pets, pool,
clubhouse. $675/mo. Call
407-467-3747
VERO BEACH 55+ 2/2
First floor. Furnished FL
rm, Villa Mar Active
Comm with pool &
clbhse. $700/mo + sec

VERO BEACH 55+ Vista
Royale. Upgraded 2/2
Great Views. Pool
clbhse, activities. Beach-
es & shopping nearby.
$575/mo 772-564-9941 _..
VERO BEACH freshly
painted, clean 2-br/1-ba
Close to MacDonalds.
$575. 772-766-5156
VERO BEACH- Down-
town. Furnished studio
apartment $160 weekly
or $600 monthly.
772-646-2137
61 Aarmnts


ASTOR, FL-
3br/2ba, $750/mo or can
be 4br/3ba, $1000/mo.
FL rm. w/fireplace. Scrn'd
rm. Space for RV/ Boat
or Trailer. 386-677-0116.




ASTOR, FL
3br/2ba, $750/mo or can
be 4br/3ba, $1000/mo.
FL rm. w/fireplace. Scrn'd
rm. Space for RV/ Boat
or Trailer. 386-677-0116.
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CHEVY CORVETTE '65
50 miles since frame off
retro 327ci 350hp Ma-
i:,:,-'black int. "New"
)r,.'-. vette. Numbers
n rii, )1. ,r,. r, -iored to
IJ'.: l i,'d . $55,000'
941.631-8001



FORD RANCHERO GT-
1979- A clean driver. No
jul Insurance only $140
a ear. Asking $3900.
.-_ 713-4363




.FLAWLESS***
FORD T-BIRD. '02. Hard
,:.ri tops. Turquoise w/
:. .i' . int. Garage kept.
L.-.a.ied. 74K mi. Gene,
I n. '500. 904-248-1027
,:4, CE6-467-2149.

BUICK LUCERNE "06
. ' L 3800 engine. Silver,
ira-.j, new tires, 3 year
..., intee 37k miles.
S500 772-879-4751

CHEVY CORVETTE 97
:-.:. Black on Black 68K
,n" /ery good condition.
hr 500/obo 772-713
-? 5i or 508-776-0909 IR

DODGE CALIBER RT
C'C :.Ok mi, sunroof, new
'501 tires, 23 mpg blue 5
yi/00K mi warr loaded
$11,450 772-341-8262

IMPALA, LS '01 Loaded
leather, moon roof, on
star, lumbar seats, ga-
rage kept, great cond.
50/K miles $7000.
772-492-8023


WANTED
Decent Vehicles
1996-2011 Immediate
Cash. Local dealer
will come to you.
S 772-321-5455
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deductible. 1-800-835-
9372 www.cfoa.org


MICCO, COZY. 2-br/1-ba
large oak trees, on 1/2
acre property. $625/mo
First, last, security. 9830
River Dr. 772-589-5180

ROSELAND 2-BR/1-BA
detached garage Possi-
ble 3rd BR $700/mo First,
last & security.
772-589-5180

SEBASTIAN 2-BR/2-BA
Florida room, 1 car ga-
rage & carport. Kit/dining
area, LR. Nice yard. $700
mo 772-589-8410


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HARLEY DAVIDSON 02
Heritage Softail. Ga-
raged. White Pearl. Lots
of chrome. Saddle bags.
$8700 321-505-9422
HARLEY DAVIDSON
DYNA Lowrider 04 mint
condition. Custom paint
extras, 17Kmi garaged
$10,000 772-489-1568
SCOOTERS, Atv's, Dirt
bikes $400 & up Brand
new 49cc - 300cc
La "xw.",l Wholesale to
Al-,, .ih; '317-841-8555
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SCOOTERS- 2 Schwinn,
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new batteries, excellent
cond. will be in Fl till 2/18
Pair $450. 516-901-4006
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WANTED Japanese Mo-
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1980, Z1-900, KZ900,
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PAID. 1-800-772-1142.
1-310-721-0726.

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YAMAHA ROYAL STAR
2000 Tour Deluxe, Xtras,
Low miles, garaged,
chrome leather trunk
$6,500obo 321-431-8110


ST LUCIE WEST furnish-
ed, 4-br/2-ba/2-cg gated
comm. Large pool/spa
$2500/mo. No pets no
smoking Lawn & pool,
maint inc 1-215-493-8115

11NT 1NoW
VERO BCH: Furn & Un-
furn, Annual from $450 &
Seasonal from $1000.
1Br - 4Br Beachside &
Mainland. Paula Rogers
& Assoc 772-231-9121
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GATLINBURG TENN
Smokey Mtn chalet on
trout streams. Hot tubs,
fireplace, limited winter
couple special, 4 nights
$333.33 5 nights $444.44
1-800-404-3370
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Sun Beach Club Vacation
Rental. Avail. Jan., Feb.,
March & April.
$1,550/mo. +. $400/sec. +
tax: Sue Solon @ Grace
Realty, 386-235-4473.


MIGHT
35' 2010 PREMIER trav-
el trailer self contained.
2 slide outs, central air,
W/D, sleeps 6 will deliv-
er. $22,900/obo Cell'
847-489-6193






MOTORHOMES
and
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S Paying j
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i Immedi3leiv
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386-677-5588,

RV'S NEEDED!
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TRAVEL TRAILER &
DIESEL TRUCK: '05-37'
Everest Travel Trailer
w/4 slides, 2 A/C's, fire-
place, 2 "'" king bed,
thr chairs & sofa. And '02
GMC3500 Doormax die-
sel. $45,000/obo for both.
386-316 -1136/ 304-1042
Daytona Area.
CAMPING MEMBERSHIP
LIFETIME!
Camp Coast to Coast
USA/Canada/Florida. $10
er night (full hook-up) Year
Round. Paid $1595, MUST
SELL $595.
1-800-236-0327


VERO BEACH 2-br, all
new appls. New bath, tile
floors thru-out. Nice back
yard. W/D, water, lawn
and . trash , included.
$795/mo 772-559-5755



JENSEN BEACH - 3/1,
NE Rustic Place, newly
remodeled, cntrl heat/air,
fenced yard. city water &
trash, no pets. Proof of
income req. 1 year lease,
FLS. $700. 754-234-7975
Dukane31@yahoo.com

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BMW X3 SERIES SUV
2006 sunroof,.leather, all
power AM/FM/CD
73,000K miles $17,000
772-225-0676


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2br/ 2ba/ 2car detached JENSEN BEACH VERO BEACH 55+ Tan- GEORGIA LAND-
gar. w/apt. on 2.86 acres. 55+ 2br/2ba double, turn, glewood.2-br/2ba carport FINAL LIQUIDATION
-' ,. workshop, pool, hot tub, New appliances, roof & shed, screen porch, part- SALE! Augusta Area,
- ' - auto generator, $338,900 porch. Lrg shed, W/D, ly furnished. Lot maint (Washington Co.) 75%
. ', Larry Brown, Hometown carport, vinyl siding. fee $125. . $45,000. sold, beautiful homesites,
R.E. 301-904-1206. $20,000. 772-225-6958 772-770-4220 lacre-20acres starting @
front, So Hutch- $3750/acre. Wonderful
island Wont last!. PORT ST LUCIE VERO BEACH- Heritage $3750/acre, Wonderul
obo. Remodeled Home in Tradition'2/2 + iMnII N Plantation, 2/1.5 double a, n om $199
Call Realty USA $91,900 Re/Max Master- MELBOURNE 55+ Ac- enclosed front prch. mo
05)607-7886 piec-215e Realty,89 Lyn Marino ve community. Newly Prime lot. Pets OK.
772-215-0089 renovated 2/2 carport en- $6000obo_772-567-8404
PORT ST. LUCIE- SW closed porch workshop, M O , * OCALA SALE OR RENT
between Gatlin & Becker all new apple's. Pool, ten- TO OWN. 2Br/2Ba Home
By owner 3br/2ba/lcg nis, clubhouse. Asking I on 1.4 wooded acres.
ST LUCIE-PGA fully furnished $72,500. $13,000.321"-255-0713 Scrn porch, large patio &
ST LUCIE- PGA fully utoarrange S7B2A0 S 1,0T3255-07+ 3i ARIZONA Big Beautiful garage. RV hookup,
E condo 2/2 fully buyer to arrange financ- SEBASTIAN 55+ on Indi- Lots!$99/mo., $0 down, 79,900 Or rent $750/mo
d, reduced to ing. 772-828-1223 an River. Completley re- $0 interest. Golf Course, nego 321-952-6629
Great Investor VERO BEACH 3/3 Newly furbished. Furn 2-br/2-ba Nat'l Parks. 1-hour from
nity RE/MAX remodeled CBS fenced C/A/H all appls. Pets OK Tucson Int'l Airport. Guar- Own 20 Acres Only
piece Realty Lyn yard, large parking for $22,000/obo. Lot rent anteed Financing. No $129/mo. $13,900 near
772-215-0089 Rv Reduced from $350/mo 772-589-2324 Credit Check! 800-631- growing El Paso, Texas
BEACH - $11K $89,000 to $79,000. 1915 SLC, NEW MOBILE 8164 Code 4050 www. (safest city in America!)
on $55K. Peek of 45th Ave. 772-501-4264 HOME Must be moved. SunsitesLandRuch.com Low down, no credit
From porch of 1st Half Price! $30,000. 24 x Equestrian Community Free map/pictures
2 condo, close to 60, w/carport, 2 Br/ 2 Ba, North Florida,Competition ( 8 6 6 )4 8 5 - 4 3 6 4
restaurants, partly a/c, island kit, Great rm, Quality Equestrian www.sunsetranches.com
stable financial, Bonus rm.478-455-3016 Center. 1 to 6 Acre
nly - $66,500- Ri- A A __ __ nt. 1 il o OWN 20 ACRES Only
Real Estate VERO BEACH - Village omesite, 15 miles of OWN 20 ACRES Only
Green dbl wide, 2br/2ba looped trails. Call for $129/mo. $13,900 Near-
3-1932 HOBE SOUND SUPER carport, lanai, appliance' information packet. Growing El Paso,Texas,
BEACH - Condo 2/2/1 Villa. Newly paint- new roof & A/C! Can be 1-800-545-3501 (Safest City in America!)
PLEASE! ed, new wood firs. Active moved, Best offer GAINESVILLE FL AREA checks, owner r,;,-,n,-,9
first floor, car- 55+ community. Club- 518-585-7907 1 acre building lot walk to Free map/ pictures
small pets permit- house, Pool, Spa. Near_ t
sepainted, newer Beach & Shopping. Ask- VERO BEACH 55+ marina &Suwannee Riv- 8 6 6 - 2 5 7 - 4 5 5 5
glassed porch, ing $110,000, Cell O'Neil Countryside 2-br/2-bac er High and dr $20,000. www.sunsetranches.com
complex, friendly William Day Inc. port, enclosed porch, on Also-ac Marianna FL lot TN FORECLOSURES
vacy - and walk 772-546-7123 / 708-8424 lake. Separate laundry & $10,000 772-398-0547 TLenderLiquidation
thing! Only $54K HOBE SOUND'- Hidden utility 'rooms. Central air, GAINESVILLE, Florida -27 Tennessee Homesites
s Real Estate HOBE SOUND Hidden 3ppli3n-r- .ljut remod- Keystone Heights golf Originally $35,000
-1932 Jewel-- Sugar Sands ViI -,:. ii- , ") 772- community, 1.87 acres, Now ONLY $6,000/each.
-192 Is. Active Adult Comm. 979-4349772-785-9937 336' road frontage, could BIG Discount to buy
2/2/1, with enclosed pa-
tio overlooking the pool, VERO BEACH 55+ Herit- be separated. Reduced! ALL lots. ALL offers
spa,& clubhouse. Close age Plantation must sell $41,500 772-971-1251 considered.TN Financial
A, A to beach & shopping. large dblewide 2/2 2 walk GEORGIA 772-528-3535
$115,000 Ceil O'Neil. in closets Enclosed Fl 1/2+ACRETRACTS 1 .
RY HOME ON William Day Inc. rm/w new wood floor. Tax Season Speciall
nced acres. St. 772-546-7123 / 708-8424 Utility rm w W/D, carport New country subdivision ll i
county. 3-b r/ih-ba -- -82 screen porch, $15,500 just off US1 in Lyons. -
old home. Perfect -/obo Call 772-562-2406 Beautiful, wooded, roads, Hilton Head Island S.
only. Cash138000 HOBE SOUND Rare VERO BEACH 55+ Her- great investment. MH's Carolina-. Marriott Harbor
nl. $138,000 HOBEga SOUND Rare stage Plantation single Welcome. www.Hickory Club at Harbour Town, 2
-0402 Find Sugar Sands 2/2/1 wide completely furn 2/1 HammockProperties.com bedroom & 2 bath units.
$$$$$$$ villa in active adult club-across from clubhouse Starting $500/down, Two units at $10,000
$$$$$$$$$$$ unity. ClPool, spa, club-h & Poker room, pool, tennis $75/month w/owner fi- each 386-756-4774
shopping. $119,900 Call court, Fun adult comm. nancing. 912-585-2174 NORTH CAROLINA
ELL???? Cell ONeil William Da low price of $4750. GEORGIA - Almost 7ac. MOUNTAINS
althe best RE772-708-8424/ 772-559-5755 of land, Telfair County, Discounts available on
llfedesti 772-546-7123. -.- - - paveed road frontage, select properties. Off
sified section 72-56-* ' mostly cleared but nice Season rates begin Feb
he east coast! Please Tell Them... hardwoods, high and dry. 27th End June 9th. Don't
ETOWN NEWS I Saw It In Affordable & reliable $30000.00 or will owner forget monthly summer
ETOWNNEW HOMETOWN NEWS Hometown News finance with $1,000.00 rentals.
ASSIFIEDS! CLA FEDA ED down and $390.00/mo. Foscoe Rentals
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FORD F-350 1993 Dually
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Chrysler Town & Country
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24' RAMPAGE 87 Ex-
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