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Vol. 8, No. 36 Your Local News and Information Source * www.HometownNewsOL.com Friday, June 3, 2011


HOW WEIRD
S IS THAT?!
7 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. Remember,
just because it's online
doesn't mean it's true!
From king5.com: Craigslist
ad boasts home's pot
growing amenities
A Craigslist ad for a house
in North Bend, Wash., plays
up the home's features,
including a greenhouse
perfect for growing marijua-
na. The ad did not provide an
address for the house, but
described it as "great for
running your own business."
Owners asked for $4,000 a
month to rent or $500,000 to
start a short sale. The listing
mentioned a greenhouse on
the 6.5 acre property several
times.
"Green house is set up for
specially growing marijuana
growing, flowers, veggies,"
the ad read.
The ad also touted a
workshop "with several
offices and rooms set up to
start plants and wood
working" and a kitchen with
double ovens. The ad also
listed four bedrooms, three
and a half baths, a storage
outbuilding, RV hookups and
central heat among its other
features.
The Craigslist post is no
longer up. It was flagged for
removal.
From
NBCPhiladelphia.com:
Burglar steals beers, sleeps
on couch
A 63-year-old Long Neck,
Del., woman woke up to find
a burglar sleeping on her
couch, police said.
The woman woke up at 7
a.m. to find her front door
open and a man - who had
drunk multiple cans of her
beer - snoozing, police said.
The burglar woke up and
ran out of the house with a
beer still in his hand after the
woman told him she was
calling the police. Upon
arrival, state troopers found
the man had cut a screen on
the woman's porch to get into
the house.
While canvassing the
neighborhood, police saw a
man matching the victim's
description of the burglar
walking along School Lane
and still drinking a beer.
See WEIRD, A8


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Police Report A5
Rants & Raves A6
Star Scopes BI
Viewpoint A6


New owner gets OK to clean up


eyesore set for demolition


Condemned house
to be remodeled

By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY - A
burned out house in Vero Lake
Estates scheduled for demolition this
year will instead be remodeled and
prepared for a family to reside in
once again.
Terry Schlitt of Vero Beach suc-


cessfully petitioned the Indian River
County Board of County Commis-
sioners last week to reverse their
decision to demolish a house on a
piece of property in Vero Lake
Estates that he and his family recent-
ly acquired through a county auc-
tion.
The house, which is located at
8715 103rd Ave., Vero Beach, caught
fire in 2008, destroying the interior of
the home and sections of the roof,
Mr. Schlitt said.
The three-bedroom, two-bath


sioners declared it --R U-awaleWSOL
needed to be demolished and placed the
a lien on the property for the cost of county for a total of
the demolition. $8,500, according to county staff.
The demolition contract for the Commissioners were initially reti-
home had already been awarded in a
package bid with two other houses in See DEMOLITION, A7


New pediatric office


opens in Sebastian

Area fifth graders decorate rooms


with paintings
By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN - Parents
of sick children in the
Sebastian area have a new
place to go for health care
services.
The not-for-profit
organization, Treasure
Coast Community Health,
opened a new pediatric
office in the Village Square
area in Sebastian on U.S. 1
and plans to serve chil-
dren of the uninsured and
underinsured in the area.
The d6cor of the new
office space is bright and
vivacious with acrylic
paintings on canvas made
by local fifth-grade class-
rooms adorning the walls.
During last week's open


house events, visitors
voted for their favorite
painting and the majority
of visitors chose "An Apple
A Day," made by Summer
Maldonado's fifth-grade
class at North County
Charter School Elemen-
tary.
The theme for all of the
paintings was "The Best
Doctor's Office Ever," and
all of the classes interpret-
ed the theme in various
ways, from iPhone appli-
cations, to an aquatic
waiting room to a garden
theme.
The winning class will
receive a pizza party, said
Vicki Soule, CEO of TCCH.
The office is the first
See PEDIATRIC, A4


Nonagenarian celebrates 25


years of living life at care facility


Cliff Partlow/staff photographer
From left back row: Eleanor Doelling, Ruth Moore, Mary Turner, Ruth Skinner, Vining
Skinner and Wendy Bushong. Indian River Estates East resident services manager. Cen-
ter row from left: Edith Stock, Ethel Howe and June Oetzel. Front row from left: Ethel
Douglas, Christine Van Wart, Jan Hughes and Gertrude Quayle. The group celebrated
being pioneer residents 25 years ago last week with a remembrance party and a photo.


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH - Ruth
Moore may be 90 years
old, but she still drives to
church and out to eat and
lives in the same apart-
ment she has lived in for
the past 25 years.
Mrs. Moore doesn't
worry about the future
however, because her
home at Indian River
Estates East in Vero Beach
is a continuous care facili-
ty and no matter what her
health concerns may be,


whether she can be inde-
pendent or will need extra
care, she is assured all her
needs will be met.
Her apartment is deco-
rated from floor to ceiling
with her collections of
teddy bears and nesting
dolls, collections that have
grown through the years
with gifts given to her by
friends she has met during
her lifetime, including
neighbors at Indian River
Estates.
"I have no complaints,"
Mrs. Moore said about life
in the continuous care


facility.
Mrs. Moore is one of 14
remaining "pioneer resi-
dents" that still live in the
community, which cele-
brated 25 years of service
to the Indian River County
community last week.
Wendy Bushong, direc-
tor of resident services,
also celebrated the 25-
year anniversary as she
continues in the position
she has held for that land-
mark span.
She laughs as she
recounts the first few
See NONAGENARIAN, A3


From left, Cindy Gibbs,
Colette Heid, Daria Gibbs,
4 and Vicki Soule, Treasure
Coast Community Health
CEO, were on hand at the
open house of the new
Sebastian TCCH pediatric
clinic at 1 Village Square
Plaza last Thursday
evening.


















Cliff Partlow
staff photographer


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By Jay Meisel
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TREASURE COAST-
Dawn Schauman has had
nightmares about a day in
October 1993 when she was
attacked by a bull shark
near Vero Beach, she
recalled last week.
Then six-months preg-
nant, she was in the water
when the shark slammed
into her and spun her
around.
Fortunately, she made it
back to shore and her baby
ended up being OK.
Ever since then, Ms.
Schauman has been
involved in efforts to make
people aware of the dangers
of sharks. She's been inter-
viewed by national maga-
zines, such as "Time" and
appeared on CNN.
Locally, she started a web-
site that allows people to
post messages warning oth-
ers about the presence of
sharks.
With technology having
advanced in the ensuing 15
years, she has created a pro-
gram called My Community
Watch that allows police
departments, schools,
homeowners' associations
and others to instantly pro-
vide information alerts to
those who have signed up
for the service.
Treasure Coast Crime
Stoppers announced
recently that it plans to use
the system.
Treasure Coast Crime


Stoppers pays for tips lead-
ing to arrests in criminal
cases.
"It came about as an out-
reach effort to expand the
eyes and ears of the public,"
said Ken Wilson, head of
Crime Stoppers.
"We want to reach people
who are very mobile and
who can receive alert mes-
sages on their cell phones."
Mr. Wilson said it's anoth-
er way Crime Stoppers can
help solve crimes.
One example of an alert
would be a description of a
vehicle a suspect is driving,
he said. They also may alert
people of criminal activity
in their area, he added.
The system isn't yet up
and running for Crime
Stoppers, but is expected to
be in the next few weeks, he
said.
Ms. Schauman said the
alert system is available
nationwide and that some
schools and other organiza-
tions in other states are
using it, including the
Oceanside Police Depart-
ment in California.
Any organization that
needs to notify its members
of meetings or other events
can use it, she said. They
just go on the website, type
in the message and those
who have signed up receive
it instantly, she said.
Those who receive the
alerts will sign up for them
through a participating
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organization.
In some cases, people
will be able to register for
free to receive the alerts.
Other organizations may
charge a small monthly
fee.


Mr. Wilson said Crime
Stoppers was hoping to
pay for use of the system
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tions so those who receive
the alerts would not be
charged.
When everything is
ready people will be able
to sign up at www.mytcc-
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Exchangites George Blythe, Nancy Gollnick, Jenny Frederick and Eric Menger display the
proclamation of March 27 as National Exchange Club Day.


Clubs celebrate anniversary


For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- To commemorate the
100th anniversary of the
founding of National
Exchange Club, Indian River
County Commissioners pro-
claimed that March 27 be
recognized as National
Exchange Club Day.
The proclamation urged
citizens of the county to rec-
ognize the past and ongoing
contributions of National
Exchange Club and to sup-


port local Exchange Clubs.
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more than 700 clubs with
more than 22,000 members
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of local communities, mak-
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the community with pro-
grams in youth activities,
service, Americanism and
child abuse prevention.
Five of those clubs are in
Indian River County, includ-
ing the Exchange Clubs of
Fellsmere, Indian River,
Sebastian, Treasure Coast
and Vero Beach.
Eric Menger, member of
the Treasure Coast club, is
the 2009-11 president of the
Florida District, made up of
28 clubs throughout the
state.
Exchangites attending the
proclamation included
Robert Paugh, Treasure
Coast president and Indian
River members George
Blythe, Aaron Bowles, Jenny
Frederick, Nancy Gollnick
and Jan Binney.
For more information, call
(772) 532-6132 or visit
www.floridadistrictex-
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www.nationalexchange-
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Nonagenarian
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years on the job and recalls
how "green" she was, some-
thing the residents didn't
have the heart to tell her at
the time.
Now when she organizes
day trips to the theater or
extended trips, such as
cruises, the residents loving-
ly call her "mother" for the
care and concern she has for
them.
Mrs. Moore moved into
the retirement community
25 years ago with her hus-
band, Dick, who is now
deceased.
"Dick was 16 years older
than me, and he wanted a
place where we could be
cared for if anything hap-
pened, and 25 years ago, he
said it's time. He went and
did quite a lot of research
and saw what he liked here
and we moved here from
Vista Royale," Mrs. Moore
said.
When they first moved in,
the apartments were all
completed, but the hallways
were still uncarpeted and
the dining hall wasn't com-
pleted, Mrs. Moore said.
Mrs. Moore enjoys spend-
ing time in her apartment
with her cat, Pepper, a
recent adoptee from the
Humane Society of Vero
Beach and Indian River
County. She also serves as
volunteer hospitality chair-
woman on a rotating basis
and volunteers as a "friendly
visitor" in the wards of the
medical facility on campus,
WillowBrooke Court.
While there, she visits
with residents being cared
for various ailments, includ-
ing dementia.
While her husband was ill
and before he died, he, too,
was cared for at Willow-
Brooke Court and she
enjoys giving back to her
own community by taking
time with the residents
there.
"I talk with them, and they
talk to me. We also sing
songs, hymns and they
know all the words," Mrs.
Moore said with a smile.
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Indian River Estates pioneer resident Ruth Moore, center, kisses Eleanor Doelling left,
goodbye, before pushing Christine Van Wart back to her room last Friday morning. The
three women are part of the original group who signed on 25 years ago when the facility
opened.


positive outlook on her
faith, which keeps her
strong and in good spirits.
She says that life in Indian
River Estates is the best
choice she and her husband
made.
"It's just a peace of mind,"
she said.
"It's like living in an apart-
ment, only better," Mrs.
Moore said, before correct-
ing herself to say, "it's like
living on a cruise ship for 25


years and even longer."
The attention, respect and
care she has received has
left her with words of praise
for the facility.
"I've been living on a
cruise ship for 25 years and
haven't been seasick once,"
she joked.
Indian River Estates is
part of ACTS Retirement-
Life Communities, the
largest not-for-profit owner,
operator and developer of


Ruth Moore, left, shares a
laugh with Mary Turner,
not shown, during a photo
session with the Indian
River Estates pioneer
residents last Friday
morning.










Cliff Partlow
staff photographer
continuing care communi-
ties in the U.S., providing
independent living resi-
dences for people ages 62
and above with guaranteed
access to assisted living and
skilled nursing care services,
usually on the same cam-
pus.
For more information
about the continuous care
facility, visit www.actsretire-
ment.org and search for Vero
Beach.


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For Hometown News
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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
- An adult culinary pro-
gram is being offered on
Tuesday and Thursday
evenings and all day on
Saturday. Class runs from
Aug. 18-Dec. 20 and suc-
cessful students will leave
with the skills and certifi-
cates needed to work in
the food industry.
A Spanish class will run
June 7-June 30. Students
will attend class from 6-9
p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thursday.
A phlebotomy class will
take place Aug. 30-Nov. 12.
Students will attend class
on Tuesday and Thursday
from 6-9 p.m. This pro-
gram is for students cur-
rently working in the med-
ical field.
A medical assistant pro-
gram will be offered this
fall. This class will run Aug.
18-Oct.14 and will cover


anatomy, universal pre-
caution, patient care skills,
insurance billing, patient
charting, phlebotomy,
ECG and more.
Those interested should
prepare for a rigorous pro-
gram that will require
commitment and hard
work. This is a fast-paced
program and students
should consider this full -
time obligation carefully
prior to enrolling.
Students will attend
class Monday to Friday
from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Stu-
dents are then expected to
complete reading and
homework assignments
outside of the classroom.
After successful comple-
tion of the program, stu-
dents may choose to sit for
the national certified clini-
cal medical assistant
exam.
An Internet/e-mail class
will be offered June 18
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Intermediate Word will


be available June 11 from 9
a.m.-4 p.m.
A digital camera class
will be held on June 24
from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Excel will take place on
Tuesday and Thursdays
from 6-8 p.m. and from
June 7-June 30.
All classes cost between
$32-$68.
An unarmed security
officer D class will run July
11- 22. Students will
attend class 6-10 p.m.,
Monday- Friday for two
weeks.
Consult a full course
schedule for times, dates,
and course fees. The
course schedule is avail-
able at the office, at area
libraries, and on the web
at www.indianriver-
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District, is at 1426 19th St.,
Vero Beach.
For more information,
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office to in the county to
just address pediatric
needs.
Mai Tran will be the
physician working out of
the office, moving from the
Fellsmere office.
TCCH is a federally quali-
fied health center, and the
only one in Indian River
County, said Colette Heid,
public relations and grant
development writer.
As such, the organization
maintains the highest qual-
ity standards required for a
health center and com-
pared to the Florida aver-
age, TCCH scores very well,
she said.
As a federally qualified
health center, the organiza-
tion provides quality
healthcare to members of
the community regardless
of their status with insur-
ance companies and ability
to pay. Their target patients
are those who are unin-
sured or underinsured, but
that is not a limiting factor
on who they will treat,
directors said.
"We are not a free clinic
and we're not just for poor
people," said Ms. Soule,
addressing a common mis-
conception among the
public.
Uninsured patients are


seen on a sliding payment
scale, based on patient
income and family size, or
federal poverty guidelines.
The organization also
accepts insurance from
third-party insurance com-
panies, Florida Healthy
Kids, Medicare and Medic-
aid, worker's compensation
and various other plans,
she said.
The organization relies
on subsidies from federal,
state and local govern-
ments and grants to cover
the cost of the uninsured.
About 15,000 patients
were served at the TCCH
locations last year, and
approximately one-third of
those patients were chil-
dren, said Linda Costa,
TCCH CFO.
The new office has three
exam rooms, a triage room
and office space for the
doctor and staff.
TCCH also offers a small
in-house pharmacy for dis-
pensing the medications
prescribed by the physi-
cian.
The hours for the new
office will be Monday and
Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30
p.m.; Tuesday, 8 a.m. to 7
p.m.; Wednesday. 8 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. and Friday, 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
For more information
about Treasure Coast Com-
munity Health in Sebastian
or to make an appointment,
call (772) 257-TCCH (8224)
or visit www.tcchinc.org.


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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

* Athena Sullivan, 38, 1480
Schumann Drive, Sebastian,
was charged with dealing in
stolen property, two counts
of burglary and two counts
of grand theft.
* Andrew Joseph Hallock,
27, 620 Mulberry St., Sebast-
ian, was charged with mak-
ing or throwing a destruc-
tive device.
*Geoffrey Thomas Adams,
28, 103 B Admiral Circle,
Sebastian, was charged with
cultivation of marijuana.
* Patrick Robert Brazill, 47,
1302 Laconia St., Sebastian,
was charged with trafficking
in oxycodone and conspira-
cy to engage in trafficking.
*Gregory Mark Gibson, 27,
945 Louisiana Ave., Sebast-
ian, was charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance, oxycodone and a
misdemeanor charge of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Loren Lee Moscovich, 31,
581 Brookedge Terrace,
Sebastian, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for pos-
session of oxycodone.

Fellsmere
Police Department

*Sequan Lutonius Jones,
20, 62 Sonrise Square,
Fellsmere, was charged with
sexual battery of a person in
familial custody, victim
between 12 and 18.


Indian River County
Sheriffs Office

*John Henry Brown, 63,
3984 47th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine and a misde-
meanor charge of posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
*Curtis Delancy, 33, 2413
Second Court S.E., Vero
Beach, was charged with
introduction of contraband
into a detention facility.
*Jarrett Daniel Dempsey,
33, 75 47th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with third-
degree grand theft, commu-
nications fraud and fraudu-
lent use of a credit card.
*Leroy Ford, 61, 4265 32nd
Ave., Vero Beach, was
charged with two counts of
tampering with or destroy-
ing evidence and a misde-
meanor charge of shoplift-
ing/retail theft.
*Danville Ray Little, 44,
P.O. Box 262, Lackey, Ky., was
charged with possession of
oxycodone.
*Chad Hunter Martinez,
19, 612 Indian Lilac Road,
Vero Beach, was charged
with being a fugitive from
justice.
* Heather J. McKenzie, 37,
8020 24th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with felony
battery on a law enforce-
ment officer, resisting arrest
with violence and misde-
meanor charges of disrup-
tion of a school function
and resisting arrest without
violence.
*Brittany Starr Pastir, 21,
1135 12th Court Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with possession of oxy-
codone and a misdemeanor
charge of possession of drug
paraphernalia.
* Charles Riggins, 26, 2365


10th Road Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
violation of probation.
*Joshua Daniel Sain, 27,
4360 Saint Johns Ave., Jack-
sonville, was charged with
possession of cocaine and
trafficking in oxycodone.
* John Brian Smith, 52, 746
18th St., Apt. 119, Vero
Beach, was charged with
sale and possession of oxy-
codone and giving false
ownership or identification
information to a dealer.
*John Darryl Vacey, 21,
1834 27th Ave. Southwest,
Vero Beach, was charged
with violation of probation.
He was on probation for
attempted burglary of a
structure.
*James Monroe Walton,
50, 5871 Corso Court, Port
St. Lucie, was charged with
possession of methadone.
* Roger Lee Wesley, 28, 724
18th Place, Vero Beach, was
charged with grand theft,
felony battery on a law
enforcement officer, resist-
ing arrest with violence and
misdemeanor charges of
shoplifting/retail theft, two
counts of resisting arrest
without violence and resist-
ing a merchant.
*Rigoberto Almanza, 35,
9875 87th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with posses-
sion of a firearm, ammuni-
tion or electric device by a
convicted felon and failure
of a sex offender to report
changes of providing an e-
mail address or instant mes-
saging name to the Depart-
ment of Highway Safety
Motor Vehicles or Sheriff's
Office.
* Verita Newton Bailey, 55,
4555 41st Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with aggravat-
ed battery on a person older
than 65 and a misdemeanor
charge of abuse of 911.


* Joseph John Lusardi, 40,
14 Hunters Ridge Road,
Ionia, N.Y., was charged
with fleeing and eluding.
* Antonio William Magaro,
33, 112 Mercury Court, Apt.
107, Indialantic, was
charged with tax fraud.
*Anthone Jermaine Taylor,
18, 4755 33rd Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
shooting or throwing a
deadly missile.
*Mark Buchanan Tinney,
29, 2433 19th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and a
misdemeanor charge of
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Erik Peter Cardace, 32, 2
Tosca, Fort Pierce, was
charged with robbery and a
misdemeanor charge of
driving under the influence.
*Kyle Brandon Chandler,
24, 2430 16th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of marijuana.
*Marlon Carlynton Clarke,
33, 3071 Northwest 43 St.,
Apt. 8, Lauderdale Lakes,
was charged with tampering
with or destroying evidence
and a misdemeanor charge
of possession of marijuana.
* Gilbert Figueras Medida,
35, 11931 Southwest
Knightsbridge Lane, Port St.
Lucie, was charged with vio-
lation of probation. He was
on probation for third-
degree grand theft, posses-
sion of a counterfeit pay-
ment instrument, resisting
an officer without violence
and resisting a merchant.
*Jacob Matthew Wooley,
27, 856 99th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
felony battery with a prior
conviction.
*James Rudolph Brown,
57, 1276 44th Ave., Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of cocaine and a


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phernalia.
*Darrell Frederick Derby,
39, 4220 13th Place, Vero
Beach, was charged with
driving while license sus-
pended, habitual offender.
*Jennifer Eunice Reyes,
25, 1884 Suydan St. Ridge-
wood, N.Y., was charged
with two counts of uttering
a forged or counterfeit bill.
*Giffard Ruthvan Bullen,
33, 1487 Depew St. S.W.,
Palm Bay, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for issuing
worthless checks.
*Deryck Michael Lance,
32, 7002 Bayard Road, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
violation of probation. He
was on probation for resist-
ing an officer without vio-
lence.
*Colleen Monroe, 43, 229
15th St. Southwest, Vero
Beach, was charged with
possession of buphrenor-
phine, introduction of con-
traband into a detention
facility and misdemeanor
charges of driving under the
influence and refusal to sub-
mit to testing.
*Rebecca Anne Donnini,


37, 5150 Garden Hills Circle,
West Palm Beach, was
charged with violation of
probation. She was on pro-
bation for third-degree
grand theft.
* MichaelW. Ferguson, 41,
1535 28th Ave., Vero Beach,
was charged with violation
of probation. He was on
probation for third-degree
grand theft.
* Chantel Paige Stiffen, 24,
1825 18th St., Vero Beach,
was charged with two
counts of violation of proba-
tion. She was on probation
for trafficking in stolen
property and giving false
information to a pawnbro-
ker.
*Patricia Louise Winfrey,
33, 5107 Deanna Lane, Fort
Pierce, was charged with
purchase or possession of a
controlled substance.

Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation

*David Eugene Gay, 58,
535 Plymouth St., Vero
Beach, was charged with
obtaining or attempting to
obtain a controlled sub-
stance by fraud.


Indian River County
Chamber of Commerce


Tourism Award Presented to Mary Jayne Kelly

The Chamber's annual Tourism Division Award
recognizes a member of the community who has
positively impacted the county's tourism industry.
The 2011 Tourism Award recipient is Mary Jane Kelly.
Mary Jayne recently resigned her post as Executive
Director of the Cultural Council of Indian River
County.

When Mary Jayne was hired by the Cultural Council
of Indian River County in 2002 she was asked to
improve the council's local relationships and that she
did! Until her recent resignation, Mary Jayne
established positive relationships throughout the
community and has been a valued team player with
the county's tourism marketing efforts.

During her career with the Cultural Council Mary
Jayne was a staunch advocate of our county's cultural
events and venues, never passing an opportunity to
help market and promote them. We are sorry to lose
her leadership but we do wish her well in her retire-
ment or her coming endeavors.


"Understanding Florida Sales Tax"

The Indian River County Chamber of Commerce in
cooperation with SCORE and the IRSC SBDC will
present the workshop "Understanding Florida Sales
Tax" on Wednesday, June 15, from 10:30 a.m. to Noon
at the Chamber offices. The workshop will be
conducted by SCORE Counselor Tom Spear.

Topics that will be covered are:
* What is Taxable
* Registration and "Resellers Certificates"
* Responsibilities and Procedures
* Great Information for Consumers Too
* Enterprise Zone Exemptions
Mr. Spear has his B.S. Engineering at Case Western
Reserve University and MBA at University of Michigan.
For 32 years, he held a variety of business and
technical positions with Ford Motor Company
Product Development, 29 years as an executive. Spear
has been an adjunct business instructor at Indian
River Community College and is a counselor with
SCORE and the Small Business Development Center.

Call the Chamber office at 772-567-3491 ext 110 to
register or visit www.score308.com . There are a
limited number of reservations available.
There is no fee.


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Anna Valencia
1766 29th Ave., Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 494-2200 www.valenciasview.com
Coastal Car Care
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864 21st Street, Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 492-9787 www.coastalcarcare.com
Vero Beach 32963 Media, LLC
Milton R. Benjamin, Publisher
4445 North A1A, Vero Beach, FL. 32963
(772) 559-4187 www.VeroBeach32963.com
eData Systems, Inc.
Jose Mourao
593 27th Ave SW,Vero Beach, FL. 32968
(772) 618-4748 www.e-data-systems.com
Paleo Discoveries, LLC
Fred Mazza
6540 36th Ln., Vero Beach, FL. 32966
(772) 539-7005 www.paleodiscoveries.com
RE/MAX Beach and Beyond
AndyVan Os
603 17th St., Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 563-0101

Saint Vincent de Paul
Paul Kuvshinikov
5480 85th St.,Vero Beach, FL. 32967
(772) 589-3338 www.mysvdp.org
Orchid Island Ace Hardware
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615 Beachland Blvd., Vero Beach, FL. 32963
(772) 231-4603 aceverobeach@att.net
IntuitivEMR,Inc., dba Azzly
Coletta Dorado
2700 Beachland Blvd.,Ste.308,
Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 567-0206 www.azzly.com
Send Out Cards
DoreenValley
(772) 766-4633
www.sendoutcards.com/doreenvalley
Staples, The ('ii, .... .i.I1/Store
Kim Munro
1191 US Hwy 1,Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 563-4940 www.staples.com
Spence Construction Services, LLC
Patrick Spence
1375 35th Ave., Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 643-3455
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715 17th St., Vero Beach, FL. 32960
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The Color Experience
Kim Hubbard
3406 Aviation Blvd., Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 569-3645 www.thecolorexperience.net
Emergency Services & Reconstruction
Virginia Lindstedt
7355 Commercial Cir, Unit lA, Ft. Pierce, FL.
34951
(772) 403-3633 www.esrfl.com
Kilted Mermaid
Linda Moore
1937 Old Dixie Hwy.,Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 569-5533 www.kiltedmermaid.com
IntuitivEMR,Inc., dba AZZLY
Coletta Dorado
2770 Indian River Blvd.,Ste. 308,Vero Beach,
FL.32960
(772) 567-0206 www.azzly.com
The Kings Highway General C,,I ii . i, i.., Inc.
Terry Edwards
5837 Sunberry Cir., Ft. Pierce, FL. 34951
(561) 255-8644 T ,I I ... , I I I.... , ,I ..
Treasure Coast Eye Associates, PA.
Dr. Brice Roselli
333 17th Street, Ste. G,
Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 978-0845
www.treasurecoasteye.com
Woof Gang Bakery
Danica David
2048 Treasure Coast Plaza,
Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 778-9663
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Hoskins, Turco, Lloyd & Lloyd
Beth Butcher
1850 37th St., #C,Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 794-7774 www.HoskinsTurco.com
America's Best Cleaning & Property
Management
Heidi Lourie
150130th Ave., Vero Beach, FL. 32960
(772) 299-4878 BrianLourie@aol.com
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Chamber of Commerce

(772) 567-3491
www.IndianRiverChamber.com


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mber Testimonials
'As a new arrival to Vero Beach, I didn't know anyone.
Every time I attended a Chamber event, I meet many
other local business owners. I can't tell you how many
valuable relationships I have developed through these
events. I have also walked out of many of these events
with new business!"
Paul Lytle
EmbroidMe
"Several years ago, my wife and I moved ourselves and
our website design business to Vero Beach. We didn't
know anyone and we didn't have any local clients. Upon
arrival, I joined the Indian River County Chamber and
faithfully attended the networking breakfasts and after
hours mixers. Since then, our business has grown dra-
matically from new clients that I met through Chamber
functions and from people referred to us by my Chamber
colleagues. For our business, membership in the
Chamber has been invaluable and I highly recommend it
for other businesses who wish to grow."
Steve Schwartz, President
PD-go! Website Design
www.pdgo.com
"It is a relief to know while I am busy with the day to day
operations of a business the chamber staff and volun-
ti. .i..1..i. . I" '" , - i.'. i. i ....1 working hard on our
behalf for local economic development, tourism, and
legislative issues. Our membership investment is an
insignificant amount compared to the direct benefit our
business and county receives in return."
Jeff Schlitt, Vice President
Schlitt Services


CALENDAR OF EVENTS


June 1
Noon
YPN (21-39) Young
Professionals Network
Luncheon
The Mandarin
398 21st St.

June 2
8 am
Governmental Issues
Committee
Chamber Board Room
1216 21st St.

June 14
4 pm
Tourism Division
Chamber Board Room
1216 21st St.


June 15
9:30 am
SCORE Workshop -
Understanding Florida
Sales Tax
Chamber Board Room
1216 21st St.

June 20
3:30 pm
Chamber Board Meeting
Chamber Board Room
1216 21st St.

June 23
5:00-7:00 pm
Business After Hours
CenterState Bank
801 20th Place


June 15
7:45 am
GMTC Networking
Breakfast
Heritage Center
2140 14th Ave

Please make your reservations by calling
the Chamber office at 772-567-3491 ext 110


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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2011 * HOMETOWN NEWS * WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSOL.COM


Pay attention to what


your mouse tells you


One of the things that
I've noticed over the
years is that it's real
easy to forget to pay atten-
tion to what the mouse is
doing.
With everything else that
happens on a typical
computer, it's easy to get
distracted by all the other
"stuff" that's going around
the pointer and you end up
missing clues that your
mouse is trying to tell you.
A lot of people don't
realize just how precise and
instrument the mouse really
is. The very tip of the
pointer, when pointed at
objects just so, will often
reveal clues that can be used
to help you do whatever it is
that you are trying to do. The
secret is to pause at an
object and see if something
happens.
Many times, objects on
computer screens, such as
buttons, icons and such, will
respond not just when
clicked, but often when the
mouse just passes over.
These "mouse-overs" can be
the source of many a hint to
help you on your way.
You may have noticed
while browsing the Internet
that some things on web-
sites change as you move
your mouse around.
Sometimes a button will
change color or a pictures
title will appear if the mouse
is held over it for long
enough. If your mouse
passes over a link, the
pointer may change from an
arrow to a pointing finger.
In Windows programs,
buttons, menus and con-
trols often brighten as your
mouse passes over them to
give you a visual clue you are
now pointing at a clickable
control. There, again, the
secret is to pass your mouse
slowly over an object and
pay attention in order to see
anything.
The reason I keep harping
on that is sometimes I work
with someone who just can't
resist the urge to wiggle that
mouse. Every time some-
thing's loading or we're
trying to work out how to do
something, he's moving the
mouse all over the screen.
Many times we'll be trying
to work out a procedure but
with that mouse flying all
over, we can't get any
thinking done. But, as soon
as the mouse stops, and we
start pointing at things and
pausing and start paying
attention to our mouse, we
start to make progress.


So what are some of the
clues to watch for when your
pointer passes over some-
thing?
Well, one of the things that
you'll likely see is your
pointer will turn into a
double-sided arrow. If you
will notice, when the very tip
of your pointer moves over
the very edge of certain
objects (such as the edge of
a window), the pointer will
sometimes turn into a
double-sided arrow. This is
your computer's way of
telling you that you can
stretch whatever it is that
you are currently pointing
at. All you have to do is click
and hold while it's a double
arrow and you should be
able to change the size that
object just by dragging the
mouse.
In many Microsoft
programs such as Internet
Explorer, Outlook Express
and Word, holding your
mouse over buttons and
controls will often yield a
small pop-up window with a
short, two- or three-word
description of the control.
The thing is, many times this
little pop-up doesn't appear
for a second or so, so if
you're all over the place with
the mouse, you just may
miss it.
In things such as word
processors or e-mail
programs, you may notice
the mouse turns into this
oversized capital "I." This
pointer is called the "I
beam," and its shape is
specifically designed to get
right between the letters.
When your pointer turns
into an I beam, that's your
clue that the part of the
screen you're pointing at is
for typing.
Yeah, there sure is a lot on
a computer that can serve to
distract you. One of the best
ways to stay on track is to
pay attention to what your
mouse is pointing at, take it
easy and follow your mouse.
Many times the answers that
you are looking for are right
under your pointer.

Sean McCarthy fixes
computers. He can be
reached at (772) 408-0680 or
help@ComputeThisOnline.c
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In response

The "Read the Manual" rant prompted me to write.
When making a U-turn on U.S.1, a sign next to the green
left arrow reads U-turn must yield to vehicles making a right
turn onto U.S.1.
On my last U-turn there (I had the green arrow, which to
me, means I have the right of way) I saw that the right turn
lane onto U.S.1 has a green arrow the same time I have a
green arrow.
How can opposite lanes of traffic both have the right of
way at the same time?

Advantages to bank

There maybe some advantages to having an independent
central bank run by Wall Street professionals who can keep
their distance from politicians, but these advantages are
few.
When people are at the apex of such banks, they are par-
ticularly vulnerable to deceitful, political types.
When everything runs smoothly, these institutions lum-
ber forward at great risk from the Washington power bro-
kers.
When things go badly, you can be sure politicians will
deny any involvement and try to cast blame on everyone
but themselves.

Take the lead

It would be nice if Florida, for once, would take the lead in
positive reforms.
Too often, we seem to move ahead only after everyone
else has long since done so.
The issue of holding public school teachers accountable
is a case in point. Several states have already proposed or
passed laws to overhaul or eliminate tenure.
Some time ago, President Obama said, "It is time to start
regarding good teachers and stop making excuses for the
bad ones."
We agree, and it is time for our state legislators to take
action.

A statement from Reagan

"The deficit doctors have their scalpels out all right, but
they're not poised over the budget. That's as fat as ever and
getting fatter. What they're ready to operate on is your wal-
let."
That is a statement by Ronald Reagan. It is as timely
today as when he said it.

What about UN money?

Lots of talk about cutting spending on government servic-
es here in the U.S. No doubt, such reforms are necessary.
But what about all the money we spend on the United
Nations?
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former chief of the Interna-
tional Monetary Fund, got into trouble but what is more
interesting is that he had compensation of $500,000 per
year.
American taxpayers pay one-third of all UN expenses.
That money might very well be better spent right here at
home.

Not the right time


Arnie Schwichtenberg, a
90-year-old Navy veteran
of the attack on Pearl
Harbor in 1941 is greeted
by Edward Norman of
Barefoot Bay, a U.S. Navy
veteran following a Memo-
rial Day recognition service
at the National Navy UDT-
SEAL Museum Monday,
May 30 in Fort Pierce.


















Mitch Kloorfain
chief photographer


us agree with the statement: "Immigrants today are a bur-
den on our country because they take our jobs, housing and
healthcare."
President Obama wants to grant amnesty to the illegals.
We have massive unemployment. Many of us are in distress.
Now is not the time to put an anvil around the American
worker's neck.
Use the website

I do believe that the website vitals.com (I don't use www)
could help many in choosing a doctor. You just have to enter
his or her name and the ZIP code and you can find reviews
and ratings of that doctor.
I would hope that more people would use this site and
enter praises or complaints so the general public could have
a view on how their doctor or potential doctor is. If I would
have read the comment on my doctor I would have found
another one.

Around the country

I recently had the privilege of touring our beautiful coun-
try, first in a train, traveling up and down the east coast, then
in a bus, back and forth to Arizona.
Along the east coast, I was warmed by the homey appeal of
small towns and in the southwest, awed by mountains rising
from the desert. However, in city after city, I was struck by the
numerous abandoned factories and businesses.
These crumbling buildings with their broken windows
look like the aftermath of a war. The same applies to empty
stores in downtown areas, dotting the land like ghost towns.
I would wager that there has been a war, but it did not take
place in the battlefield. It took place in boardrooms and in
the halls of Congress, where decisions were made to out-
source our jobs, for cold, hard profit and trade deals that
favor other nations. This has left hard-working Americans to
lose jobs, resulting in homes lost to foreclosure and children
left to do without.
But in this high stakes chess game of the rich and power-
ful, we are not helpless pawns. We can fight back with the
"power of the purchase."
I do this whenever I go to the store by reading labels and
buying products that proudly proclaim, "Made in the USA."
In the process, I have noticed surprising things.
For example, why do some stores sell chop meat contain-
ing meat from other countries? Why go through all the trou-
ble and expense of importing beef when we have so many
cattle right here in the good old USA?
The resulting "meat melange" has a stringy texture and an
inferior taste.
Also, considering the abundance of Florida's orange
groves, why do some brands of orange juice contain juice
from far-away places, where sanitation standards might not
meet ours? Orange juice made only from Florida oranges
gets my vote and earns my purchase.
Looking down at us from their ivory towers, some politi-
cians and business people spit the word "protectionist" like it
is a curse. To me, it is a badge of honor. We protect our loved
ones and homes. Protecting our jobs and children is a part of
this.
Buying one American product at a time, we can rebuild the
nation's economy and ensure our children's future.

Stop the double talk

Double talk by politicians is not new, but today's crop in
our nation's capitol has taught Americans to be skeptics.
Simply said, we cannot believe them.
Notice that President Obama almost never uses the word
"spending" when he talks about record deficits and shovel-
ing money into government black holes. He uses the word
"investments" because it sounds softer. We need straight
shooters in Washington.

We can't keep spending this way

Federal education spending is growing at a dangerous
rate. The reality is that Washington cannot continue to dou-
ble and triple the budgets for government programs.
Even the modest Republican reforms would still leave
these programs at near record levels.
Historically low SAT scores and the increasing number of
failing public schools show that more money doesn't mean
student achievement.
Since 2005, SAT scores have dropped in math, writing and
spelling.


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Nursing agency names


associate of the quarter


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INDIAN RIVER COUTNY
- The Visiting Nurses Asso-
ciation named Glenda Grady,
nurse practitioner, as its
Associate of the Quarter.
Ms. Grady was selected by
her peers for delivering high
standards for service excel-
lence by placing the health
and well being ofVNA associ-
ates as her No. 1 priority.
Ms. Grady has worked as
the VNAs associate wellness
coordinator since August
2010, and has implemented
several wellness programs
including the associate well-
ness health fair, weight
watchers and on-site Zumba
classes. She conceptualized
and manages the programs
along with the associate well-
ness clinic.
"I am honored to be select-
ed as Associate of the Quar-
ter. I am so grateful to be a
part of the VNA, and I look
forward to strengthening
wellness within our organi-
zation," said Ms. Grady.
"I was thrilled when Glen-
da decided to join the HR
team and still am because of
her passion about wellness,"
said Rosalie Webster, vice
president of human


Demolition
From page Al
cent to give Mr. Schlitt the
opportunity to remodel the
property because the con-
tract had already been
awarded, and for fear that the
remodel project would be
out another two years, leav-
ing the house vacant, but Mr.
Schlitt assured them his plan
was to begin the project on or
about June 13 and he had
ready cash available for it.
He also contacted the
demolition company, Red-


Photo courtesy of the Visiting Nurses Association
Glenda Grady was named the Visiting Nurses Association Associate of the Quarter.


resources and professional
development.
"Glenda loves what she
does as our associate well-
ness coordinator, ARNP and
it shows in the level of service
she provides to her clients,"
Mrs. Webster said.
"Her commitment to align
wellness with our HR strate-


mark Construction, and
made certain the county's
standing and reputation
would not be impacted by
the county withdrawing the
most expensive of the three
demolition projects.
Mr. Schlitt said he would
use the company to do a par-
tial teardown on his property
and the company was OK
with that.
Before the commissioners
agreed to withhold the dem-
olition, Mr. Schlitt had to
prove the exterior walls of the
home would be structurally
sound and his finances were


gies is right on target. Glenda
is so professional and is very
conscientious in everything
that she does; her wellness
events, to her input at various
committees or when inter-
acting with associates, she is
the best and so deserving of
Associate of the Quarter," she
said.


sufficient to complete the
project in a timely manner.
Mr. Schlitt's presentation
to the commissioners
showed that he expected to
spend about $80,000 on the
project to get the home back
in order, which would give
him an approximate return
on investment of 13.5 per-
cent after it was sold.
By returning the house to
livable status, Mr. Schlitt said
it would benefit the commu-
nity and county by enhanc-
ing curb appeal, provide a
safer environment and be a
small step in rebuilding the


Since 1975, the VNA has
been committed to bringing
skilled, compassionate and
cost-effective home health
care to Indian River County
patients.
For more information about
VNA services, call (772) 567-
5551 or visitwww.vnatc.com.


economy.
He expects to have the
project complete by Oct. 1.
The commissioners agreed
with him and were glad to
find an alternative to destroy-
ing the house.
"Get 'er done," said Com-
missionerWesley Davis.
"Come back with a tax bill,"
Commission Chairman Bob
Solari said with a laugh.
For more information
about upcoming county gov-
ernment meetings, visit
www.ircgov.com.


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Paul Hickman

Paul Hickman, 68 of
Sebastian, died May 18,
2011.
He was born in Harbor-
ton, Va., and lived in Sebast-
ian since 1998.
He is survived by his wife
of 42 years, Patricia.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Ralph and
Laura; a brother, Daniel and
a sister, Jean.
Arrangements by Sea-
winds Funeral Home and


Weird
From page Al
Bradley M. Furchak of
Millsboro, Del., was arrested
on charges of burglary, theft,
drug possession, criminal
mischief and drunk on the
highway.
He is being held at Sussex
Correctional on $2,250
secured bond.
From nj.com: Umpire
tracks missing cell phone to
wrong spot, charged with
assault
A youth baseball umpire
struck out at a man he
thought had taken his cell
phone and was arrested on
charges of simple assault and
disorderly conduct.


Crematory.

Sara O'Connel
Selling

Sara O'Connel Svelling, 74,
of Sebastian, died May 20,
2011.
She was born in Bangor,
Maine, and lived in Sebast-
ian for 37 years.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by her hus-
band of 55 years, Arnold;
two sons, Kris and Arnold;


Carl Ippolito, 52, ofWest
Amwell Township believed
his cell phone was stolen
from his car, which had been
parked on North Union
Street.
He used an application on
his son's phone to track his
missing cell phone to the
towpath between Elm and
Cherry streets, police report-
ed.
Near Niece's Lumber he
found Brent Johnson, 27, of
East Brunswick talking on an
iPhone and confronted him.
Police said Johnson tried to
walk away, but Ippolito
grabbed his shirt, pulled the
younger man to the ground
and punched his head and
body. Johnson's chin was cut.
Ippolito later learned he


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two daughters, Esther and
Kristine; 13 grandchildren
and eight great-grandchil-
dren.
She was preceded in death
by her parents, John and
Esther and a brother, Jeff.
Arrangements by Sea-
winds Funeral Home and
Crematory.

Pasquale Lonardo

Pasquale Lonardo, 76, of
Sebastian, died May 20,
2011.


had inadvertently left his cell
phone in the snack shack at
the baseball field, where he
had been umpiring a youth
baseball game, police said,
and it was still there.
From sfgate.com: Com-
pressed air turns trucker into
human balloon
A New Zealand truck driver
said he blew up like a balloon
when he fell onto the fitting of
a compressed air hose that
pierced his buttock and
forced air into his body at 100
pounds a square inch.
Steven McCormack was
standing on his truck's foot
plate when he slipped and
fell, breaking a compressed
air hose off an air reservoir
that powered the truck's
brakes.
He fell hard onto the brass
fitting, which pierced his left
buttock and started pumping
air into his body.
"I felt the air rush into my
body and I felt like it was
going to explode from my


Rants
From page A6
Still pouring money
into the post office

Unbelievable as it may
seem, our post office has
awarded the postal union a
four-year contract with a 3.5
percent wage increase, plus a


He was born in Provi-
dence, R.I., and lived in
Sebastian for 17 years.
He was a member of St.
Sebastian Catholic Church.
He is survived by his wife
of 24 years, Elizabeth; four
daughters, Linda, Terri, Deb-
bie and Lori; two sons
Steven and Bill; three sisters,
Quilda, Camille and Paula
and two grandchildren.
He was preceded in death
by two sons, Pasquale and
William.
Arrangements by Seawinds
Funeral Home & Crematory.


foot," he told local media
from his hospital bed in the
town ofWhakatane, on North
Island's east coast.
"I was blowing up like a
football," he said. "I had no
choice but just to lay there,
blowing up like a balloon."
McCormack's workmates
heard his screams and ran to
him, quickly releasing a safety
valve to stop the air flow, said
Robbie Petersen, co-owner of
the trucking company. He
was rushed to the hospital
with terrible swelling and
fluid in one lung.
Doctors said the air had
separated fat from muscle in
McCormack's body, but had
not entered his bloodstream.
McCormack, 48, said his
skin felt "like a pork roast"
crackling on the outside but
soft underneath.

Sean McCarthy can be
reached at help@Com-
puteThisOnline.com (no
hyphens).


cost-of-living raise starting
after 2012.
For decades, the post
office has been drowning in
red ink. For decades, the
politicians have voted to bail
them out.
Post office management
continues to plod along and
will not change unless the
politicians change it. It may
be time to change the politi-
cians we elect.


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New eatery features laid-back atmosphere,


homemade dishes


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
SEBASTIAN - Riverfront
Chill and Grill in Sebastian,
with a beautiful view of the
Indian River, has a little
something to keep every-
one in the family happy.
The restaurant, though
only open for six months,
has already begun to make
a name for itself with
southern-style barbeque
and fresh fish dishes from
chef and owner, Scott
Birch.
The most popular item
on the menu is unique and
tasty fish tacos. The blend
of seared fresh tuna, home-
made chile sauce with gen-
erous toppings of avocado,
shredded cabbage and
pickled red onion makes
for a spicy and delicious
combination.
Each ingredient compli-
ments the other, making for
a savory, spicy and satisfy-
ing meal not available any-
where else in Sebastian.
The fish used in the taco
can be changed upon


request, Mr. Birch said.
Riverside Chill and Grill,
located right next to Earl's
Hideaway on Indian River
Drive, is not a bar, like
some of the other estab-
lishments along that busi-
ness strip, but rather, a laid
back family friendly restau-
rant.
"A lot of people that pass
by think we're another bar
that serves food, but really,
we're a restaurant that
serves great homemade
food that happens to have a
small bar, which most of
the time is used for people
waiting to be seated," Mr.
Birch said with a smile.
Barbeque aficionados
will love the offerings on
Mr. Birch's menu, which
include a hearty smoked
brisket sandwich, pulled
pork, smoked turkey, ribs
and pulled chicken sand-
wiches.
"People have told me
they think our brisket is the
best in town," Mr. Birch
said.
The brisket sandwich is
See EATERY, B3


Riverfront Chill and Grill
server, Angel Krug, and
chef and owner, Scott
Birch, welcome guests
to the family friendly
barbeque and fresh fish
restaurant in Sebastian.



















Staff photo by
Jessica Tuggle


Summer theater gets kids acting, singing, dancing


By Jessica Tuggle
jtuggle@hometownnewsol.com
VERO BEACH - River-
side Children's Theatre will
be bustling with activity this
summer and the communi-
ty is invited to take part.
Every summer, the chil-
dren's theater puts together
various plays for communi-
ty youth to perform, from
elementary-age students to
high school and returning
college students and this
year is scheduled to include
new fantasy adventures,
reinvented classics, Broad-
way hits and a beloved Dis-
ney favorite.
Three performances of
Disney's "The Little Mer-
maid Jr." are scheduled for
June 17 and 18. Tickets are
available for the 1:30 p.m.
performance on June 18
and the 4 p.m. performanc-
es on both days.
Tickets are $8 and the
play will be in the Annie
Morton Theatre at River-
side.
Riverside Children's The-
atre Next Stage group, chil-
dren ages 8 to 15, is one of
the first theater programs in
the country to perform this
new musical in a reader's
theater-style performance,
or dramatic script reading,
with live accompaniment, a
press release said.


The Riverside Rascals,
made up of students ages 8
to 12, will perform "Back to
the Future," a journey
through time performing
songs from some of the
biggest Broadway hits in
history. Songs from shows
such as "Grease," "The Lion
King" and "Annie" will be
featured in performances
on July 1 and 2.
Tickets are available for
the three performances on
July 1 and July 2 at 1:30 p.m.
and also July 1 at 7:30 p.m.
on the stage in the Annie
Morton Theatre. Tickets are
$8.
Rehearsals have already
begun for the first Summer
Stage '11 theater series, a
performance of a fantasy
adventure written by Roald
Dahl, author of favorite
children's books, "James
and the Giant Peach" and
"Charlie and the Chocolate
Factory."
The play will be based on
Mr. Dahl's book, "The
Twits," and will be a mixture
of singing, dancing, theater,
slapstick and audience par-
ticipation, a press release
said.
Performances will be held
in the Waxlax Theatre of
Riverside Theatre on July 8, 9
and 10 at 1:30 p.m. and also
July 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are
$10.


File photo
Shannon Maloney of Vero Beach plays the Cat in the Hat in the Riverside Children's
Theatre production of 'Seussical Jr.' in February. Summer programs at the theater offer


classes in dance, acting and singing.
The grand finale of the Indian River County stu-
Summer Stage '11 series will dents will perform the musi-
be a production of "The cal with a mixture of rock,
Wiz," a retelling of the story gospel and soul music and
of Dorothy in the Land of Oz tell the well-known story in
that was stylized with gospel a modern setting with songs
and R&B songs and first such as, "Ease On Down the
done with an all-black cast. Road," "Home" and "Don't
The Broadway production Nobody Bring Me No Bad
of "The Wiz" won seven News."
Tony awards, including Best Performances will be held
Musical in 1975. at the Annie Morton Theatre


on July 22, 23, 29 and 30 at
7:30 p.m. and July 23, 24, 30
and 31 at 1:30 p.m. Tickets
range in price from $12 to
$18. Student tickets are half
price.
For more information
about upcoming events at
the Riverside Children's The-
atre, visit http://river-
sidetheatre.com.


STAR SCOPES
James Tucker
Week of 6-3-2011


Aries-March 21-April 19
Sometimes dreams are
slow in coming. Never lose
hope or give up. Future
success calls for you to
hang in there and keep
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Sweet rewards are on the
way. It takes patience,
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faith in the universe. Go
with these virtues and
winning is assured.

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Keep your spirit strong and
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and better will soon be on
the way.

Gemini-May 21-June 21
Fear, doubt and indecision
all live in the shadow of
the mind. The mind has a
dual nature. First impres-
sions are always the best
before fear and doubt set
in. A positive Gemini
refuses to let negative
thinking overrule the heart
and soul. Do what is right
and the universe will mul-
tiply it and bring it back
tenfold. Be fearless.

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universe this week: say
this out loud each morn-
ing. "My life is filled with
love, peace, health, abun-
dance, faith and joy. I have
everything I need to be
happy. I gladly share this
abundance with everyone.
This is my day. I surrender
my will to the universal
will. I am blessed and
more is on the way."

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active now. When you stay
focused on your top goals
and take action, positive
results are sure to follow.
Just be patient and look
for the signs that they are
blessed and beginning to
grow. You are an exciting
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B2 * Sebastian River Area Hometown News Friday, June 3, 2011


Out & about


SATURDAY, JUNE 4

* Literacy tutor training
workshop: Literacy Services
of Indian River County, a
United Way nonprofit agency
partner, is providing a free
workshop (snacks provided)
to train prospective tutors to
become volunteer tutors,
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
Vero library. RSVP by calling
(772) 778-2223.
* LoPresti First Saturday
charity breakfast will benefit
By the River, the area's
independent living communi-
ty for low-income seniors.
Host author/pilot Howard
Keefe, a renowned winning
race pilot, will share stories. A
book signing will follow for
personalized autographed
copies of "Galloping on
Wings." The event will be at
the Sebastian Airport off Main
Street, with a hot and fresh
breakfast at 9 a.m. and
presentations from 10-11:30
a.m. Demo rides will be
available. $8 suggested
donation. All are welcome.
For more information about
By the River and tours of the
community, call (772) 388-
5858.
* The community is invited
to a retirement and roast for
Dale Klaus, principal of
Liberty Magnet Elementary,


from 4-8 p.m. at Mulligan's
Grille & Raw Bar, 1025
Beachland Blvd, in Vero
Beach. For more information,
call (772) 564-5300.
* National Learn to Row
Day on June 4 at MacWilliam
Park from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
Everyone interested in the
sport of rowing is welcome.
The first 25 new members will
receive a free T-shirt. For more
information, call (772) 539-
1752 or visit www.indianriver-
rowingclub.com.

SATURDAY, JUNE 4-
SUNDAY, JUNE 5
* Vero Beach Gun, Knife
and Outdoor Gear Show at
the Indian River County
Fairgrounds. This event will
take place on Saturday from 9
a.m.- 5 p.m. and on Sunday
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. There will
be outdoor gear, hunting
products, new and used
firearms and many other
items. The fee is $6 for adults
and under 14 is free. For more
information, call (772) 228-
6045 or visit www.patriot-
shows.com.

SATURDAY, JUNE 11

* "Vegas meets Branson" in
comedy and song featuring
Pat Capuzzi, a Las Vegas


comedian for more than 20
years, and Trey Dees, winner
of Bransons' 2010 CD of the
Year, will be together for a
show at St. Sebastian Church,
Sebastian. For ticket informa-
tion, call (772) 589-5790 or
visit www.stsebastian.com.
* The annual Dance Space
Spectacular show will be
held at the Vero Beach High
School Performing Arts Center
at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dance
styles performed will include
jazz, ballet, lyrical, modern,
tap and hip hop. Tickets are
$20 and are on sale at the
VBHS box office and will be
available at the door. All
seating is reserved. To
purchase tickets, call (772)
564-5537. Visa and Master-
Card are accepted. Visit
www.dancespacevero.com for
more information. The Vero
Beach High School Perform-
ing Arts Center is located at
1707 16th Street, Vero Beach.
* Beach blanket sock hop:
The Oceanside Business
Association sunset Saturday
night concert series presents a
beach blanket sock hop with
music by the Beach Cruisers,
from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at
Humiston Park on Ocean
Drive in Vero Beach. Featured
charity is Youth Guidance. For
more information, visit
www.VeroBeachOBA.com.


SATURDAY, JUNE 18

* The Democratic Women's
Club of Indian River County
will hold a potluck luncheon
on at the Indian River County
Main Library in the Multi-
Purpose Room. The luncheon
begins at 11:30 a.m. and
featured guest speaker will be
Rev. Denny Hart of the Indian
River NAACP. For more
information, call (772) 234-
3473 or e-mail
linmacd@gmail.com.

ONGOING EVENTS
* Sunset Saturday night
concerts: The Oceanside
Business Association of Vero
Beach's Sunset Saturday night
concerts moves to Humiston
Park and Ocean Drive April 9
through November. The IDOL
GOSSIP Swing/Big Band will
perform from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
It's free, bring your friends
and family. For more informa-
tion, visit www.VeroBeachO-
BA.com.
* Sunset at the Plaza
sponsored by Mulligan's
Beach House will have arts,
crafts, live music, kids eat free
and more every Thursday
from 5-8 p.m. at the Vero
Beach Mulligan's, 1025
Beachland Blvd., Vero Beach.


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 entertainment
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.earlshideaway.com.
* Kelley's Irish Pub, 484
21 st 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.
* Morrissey's Irish Pub, live
music every Saturday night
from 8 p.m.-midnight. 740 S.
Fleming St., Sebastian. (772)
589-1238.
* Riverside Cafe, 1 Beach-
land Blvd., Vero Beach, Live
entertainment. (772) 234-
5550
* Stax Restaurant, 1931
Old Dixie Highway, Vero
Beach has live music every
Friday and Saturday night. Call
(772) 563-8414 for band
information.

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*The GFWC Treasure
Coast Women meet the
first Monday of each
month at the Community
Center, 2266 14th Ave., at 7
p.m. Women over 18 are
welcome. This is a commu-
nity service volunteer
organization and that pro-
motes fellowship among
women. For more informa-
tion, visit www.gfwctrea-
surecoastwomen.org


*Exchange Club of Indi-
an River meets Wednes-
days from noon-1 p.m. at
Culinary Capers, 737 22nd
St., Vero Beach. This civic
club is a group of men and
women working together
to make the community a
better place to live. For
more information, call
(772) 532-4398, e-mail to
bluewateropen@gmail.co
m, or visit, www.exchange-
clubofindianriver.or and
www.bluewateropen.org.
*The Sebastian Fishin'
Chic's meet the last Thurs-
day of the month, at the
Sebastian Entertainment
Center. For more informa-
tion, call Michelle Barkley,
at (772) 473-9462, Kristen
Beck, at (772) 794-9900, or
Karen Herndon, at (772)
633-2043.
*The Mental Health
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offices at 777 37th St., Suite
D-105, Vero Beach, on the
second and fourth Wednes-
days of each month, from 6
to 7:30 p.m. Family mem-
bers and loved ones are
also welcome to attend. For
more information, call
(772) 569-9788.
*Treasure Coast Archeo-
logical Society for Treasure
Hunting and Metal Detect-
ing meets the first Wednes-
day of each month at 7:30
p.m. in the North County
Indian River Library on
County Road 512 in Sebast-
ian. Anyone interested is
welcome. For more infor-
mation, call (321) 388-
9047.
*Humanists at Barefoot
Bay meets the second Sat-
urday of every month at the
South Mainland Library,
7921 Ron Beatty Blvd.,
Micco, at 2 p.m. All com-
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*TOPS 641: Take Off
Pounds Sensibly, Chapter
No. 641 meets every Thurs-
day at the Roseland Fire
Department, located on
129th Court, off Roseland
Road in Sebastian. Weigh-
in is from 7:45 to 8:30 a.m.
and the meeting starts at
8:30 a.m. For information
call (772)-589-8445.
*TOPS 470: Take Off
Pounds Sensibly, Micco
Chapter No. 470 meets
every Friday at 10:30 a.m.
at the South Mainland
Library, 7921 Ron Beatty
Blvd., Micco, next to Bare-
foot Bay. New members are
always welcome. For more
information, call (772) 388-
3984.
*Rotary Club of Sebast-
ian meets at 12:15 p.m.
every Thursday at Sebast-
ian River Medical Center,
13695 U.S. 1, Sebastian. For
more information, call
(772) 360-5837 or visit
www.sebastianrotaryclub.o
rg.
*Quilting bee: Join the
ladies of Christ the King
Lutheran Church for quilt-
ing the second and fourth
Wednesday of every month
at 9:30 a.m. Christ the King
is located at 1301 Sebastian
Blvd., Sebastian. For more
information, call (772) 589-
7117.
*Personal Computer
Users Club meets at 7 p.m.
the second Wednesday of
each month at the North
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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT


Great homemade salad dressings


Hello, smart shoppers,
hope you had a good
week.
Before we begin, I'd like to
try and answer a reader's
question concerning the
white goopy stuff that
appears when cooking
salmon.
I asked my son, Guy, and
his answer is you're cooking
the fish too long and that
stuff is the fat. Stop cooking
before it appears or remove
it with a brush or paper
towel.
Let's face it, it's summer-
time, time for light, quick
meals. Salads with "good for
you" dressings is my pick for
this week.
Last week I introduced
you to great websites that
duplicate famous restaurant
specialties just check out
copy-cat recipes.
This week it's Olive
Garden's house dressing.
Have you ever noticed
how many people seem to
appear to be working real
hard at cutting the fat and
watching their diet? Do you
ever wonder why according
to reports, Americans are
getting heavier than ever?
Why do you suppose that's
happening?
Fat soothes the soul and
fills the tummy. Because
something is low fat doesn't
mean you can eat twice as
much. Calories count for
something and common
sense has to play an impor-
tant part in lifestyles. Didn't
we know that?
Many of us are hitting
those wonderful salad bars
in restaurants. Greens are
good for you and fat free,
right? That may be so, but
when you scoop on globs of
that wonderful, creamy


Clubs
From page B2
County Library, 1001 Coun-
ty Road 512, Sebastian. For
more information, call
(772) 388-5248.
*COPE Support Group:
The Indian River County
Council on Aging with the
Visiting Nurse Association
offers a support group to
help caregivers cope with
the day-to-day care of a
loved one. The group meets
the third Thursday of every
month from 10 to 11 a.m. in
the Presbyterian Church,
1405 Louisiana Ave., Sebas-
tian. For more information,
call (772) 569-0760.
* Democratic Club of
Barefoot Bay: Meets the
fourth Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. in Building


Scopes
From page B1

Virgo-Aug. 23-Sept. 22
Call in favors from friends
when needed. It's the giv-
ing and receiving that cre-
ates balance in life. You are
on a positive roll. Set your
heart on the right course
and follow it through to
completion. Life doesn't
get much better than this.
You are like a beacon
always searching for
greater ways to love and
serve. Keep it up.

Libra-Sept. 23-Oct. 22
A daily search for wisdom
is one of your greatest
strengths. A continuing
search for life's deeper
meanings drives you in
your quest. New doors of
opportunity are beginning
to open. You are on an
upward spiral. Your health
is good. Your mind is clear
and you are motivated.
Look out world, here I
come.

Scorpio-Oct. 23-Nov. 21
What are you waiting for?
Remove any obstacles
from your path and move
forward. The living bril-
liance in your heart and
spirit are ready to awaken
and carry you to great new
heights. Kindle the flames
of your new interests. Your
burning desires are ready
to give birth and manifest


ROMANCING
THE STOVE
with the
Grammy Guru
ARLENE BORG

dressing you are many
times getting the equivalent
in fat of a prime-rib dinner.
A friend of mine, many
years ago, ran a diet clinic.
She said fill the ladle with
dressing, then pour out
most of it and just use those
last drippings to top your
salad.
Doesn't sound too
appealing, does it? You have
three choices: use an oil and
vinegar dressing, make one
of my low-fat dressings and
bring it with you when you
eat out or bring along one of
those oddly thick yuckk)
bottled, fat-free dressings.
I created my own bleu
cheese dressing and
recently made it low fat. No
way to make it fat free since
bleu cheese is high in fat,
but by using a small amount
of cheese, you can make an
allowable dressing.
Thousand Island dressing
is another favorite and the
original was not a mixture of
ketchup, mayonnaise and
relish. I found a copy of the
original many years ago.
The chef on a ship in the
area of the Thousand
Islands used what he had on
hand to create the dressing,
thus the name.
The 1,000 Islands are a
group of islands in the St.
Lawrence River in New York
state. They lie in a 40-mile
stretch of the St. Lawrence
as it leaves Lake Ontario.
They are formed when the
river flows over the low hills


D-E at the Golf Course in
Barefoot Bay. For more
information, call (772) 664-
3895.
*Asthmatics meets on
Monday at 4:30 p.m., in
the South mainland com-
munity center, 3700 Allen
Ave., Micco. Cost is $5 per
class.
*Chess Club meets the
first and third Monday each
month from 4 to 6 p.m. at
the North Indian River
County Library, 1001
Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian.
Open to all ages.
* American Cancer Soci-
ety, North Indian River,
board of directors meeting
is held on the third Thurs-
day of the month at noon at
Seacoast National Bank, U.
S. 1, Sebastian.
*Man-to- Man North
Indian River, prostate can-


new awesome results. Let
the magic happen.

Sagittarius-Nov. 22-Dec. 21
Your judgment has never
been better. Why? Because
you are listening to and
trusting your instincts. They
always speak the truth. It is
your spirit connection.
Patience is the key along
with trust and faith. Con-
tinue to live in the
moment. The past is the
past. I have so much to
look forward to. Thank you,
universe.

Capricorn-Dec. 22-Jan. 19
Many important decisions
are looming in the future.
Be very clear and explore
the many possibilities
before settling on the final.
Your happiness hinges on
this. Make decisions based


of the Canadian shield,
which extends southeast
into NewYork. Thank you,
World Book Encyclopedia!
Enjoy your salads and
delicious dressings. See you
next week.

BLEU CHEESE
DRESSING
Regular and low fat

1 cup mayonnaise
(regular, low fat or fat free)
1 cup sour cream (regular,
low fat or fat free)
1/2-teaspoon garlic
powder
1 teaspoon parsley flakes
1/2-teaspoon salt
1/4-teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon lemon juice,
fresh or bottled
1-2 ounces crumbled bleu
cheese or more to taste

Place all ingredients,
except bleu cheese, in a
blender and blend until
smooth. Place in container
and stir in bleu cheese.
Mixture will be thick. Do
not thin at this time. Cover
and refrigerate at least two
hours. If mixture is still too
thick, thin with a little milk.
This will keep in refrigerator
for at least two weeks.

THOUSAND ISLAND
DRESSING
Regular and low fat

1 cup mayonnaise
(regular, low fat or fat free)
3 (or more) tablespoons
chili sauce*
1 chopped hard boiled
egg
1 teaspoon chopped
green pepper
2 teaspoons chopped


cer support group, meets
the first Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m. at the
Sebastian River Medical
Center dining room, 13695
U.S. 1, Sebastian

CLASSES
* The Sebastian Commu-
nity Center, located at 1805
N. Central Ave. in Sebastian
will have the following
dance lessons:
Swing dance lessons will
be held at on the second
Saturday of each month,
taught by instructors Jerry
Morrison and Michele
Holm at 7 p.m. For all levels
of dancers. Open dance fol-
lows the lesson at 8 p.m.
Admission is $10, and
includes entry to the dance
that follows. Snacks will be
provided and water is avail-


on what feels right. The
time is right for change.
Immense progress can
now be made. Go for your
dreams. Great happiness is
on the way.

Aquarius-Jan. 20-Feb. 18
You are in a happy place.
Make positive choices on
who and what you bring
into your life. Continue to
identify areas that need
attention and take action
as needed. You are amaz-
ing when challenged. You
are on the way to new and
higher places. Your spirit
shines the brightest when
you are helping others
realize their dreams.

Pisces-Feb. 19-March 20
You have a strong powerful
mind, but your best results
come when you follow


pimento olives
1 teaspoon chopped fresh
chives or 1 teaspoon dried
1 teaspoon parsley flakes

*Ketchup may be substi-
tuted; for that, add 1
tablespoon lemon juice or
white vinegar.
Mix all together, cover
and chill for several hours
before serving. If dressing is
too thick, add a little water.

OLIVE GARDEN
HOUSE DRESSING
(NI B)

8 ounces Paul Newman's
Vinegar and Oil dressing
1 clove garlic, peeled and
minced
1/2-teaspoon dried basil
1/2-teaspoon dried
oregano
1 tablespoon sugar or
equivalent amount sugar
substitute

Place ingredients into the
bottle of dressing; shake
well. Refrigerate 24 hours
before using.

When a recipe is not in my
cookbook it will have (NIB)
next to the title.
For an autographed
cookbook send $20 ($15-
book, $1-tax, $4 for shipping
and handling) For multiple
books sent to one address it's
$4 S&H for I book, add $2
postage for each additional
book ($15 plus $2). Send to:
Arlene M. Borg, 265 S. W Port
St. Lucie Blvd, #149, Port St.
Lucie, FL 34984. Check or
money order accepted or
visit the Vero Beach Book
Center.
Visit my website:
www.romancingthestove.net


able for purchase.
Swing dance lessons for
beginners will be held
every Wednesday night,
taught by instructors Jerry
Morrison and Michele
Holm at 7:30 p.m. Interme-
diate class at 8:30 p.m. No
partners necessary. The
class is $10 per class or $16
for both. The Sebastian
Community Center is
located at 1805 N. Central
Ave., Sebastian.
For more information call
(772) 532-2800.
*Yoga classes will be
offered at the North Indian
River County Library on the
third Wednesday of each
month from 4-5 p.m., with
instructor Babaji Spina
from the Kashi School of
Yoga. Admission is free and

See CLUBS, B6


your heart and instincts.
You were born with wise
judgment and a great
sense of fairness. Refuse to
let stress wear you down
and burn you out. Daily
take a step back, along
with a deep breath, get
your second wind, move
forward and win.

- James Tucker


Eatery
From page B1
served on a large, soft roll
and can handle lots of
meats, toppings and satu-
ration from barbeque
sauce if necessary. The
end result is a finger-
lickin' good sandwich.
His method of prepar-
ing the smoked meats is a
long process, but worth it
for the flavor and texture
of the meat when it is
done.
Instead of smoking the
meat for a while, and then
steaming it until it falls off
the bone, his smoked
meats remain intact, but
full of rich flavor, he said.
Serving fresh fish pur-
chased from local busi-
ness Indian River Seafood
is also a big attraction, Mr.
Birch said.
The fresh fish comes in
daily and he enjoys
preparing new dishes
with whatever the catch of
the day is.
Recently, he added crab
cakes to the menu for a
limited time and can't
make enough of them.
"I really can't keep them
in the house. People just
love them. I don't use any
filler, so it's just the crab,
no bread," Mr. Birch said.
Mr. Birch, who has been
in the restaurant industry
for about 30 years, said
this is the first time he's
been able to make what-
ever he wants in the
kitchen. He takes advan-
tage of that by trying new


dishes on weekends and
even takes suggestions
from customers.
"The menu will con-
stantly evolve from week
to week with specials,
because I get bored. We
will continue to have the
basics, but sometimes, I'll
have eclectic things, like
Italian on there," Mr.
Birch said with a grin.
The entire restaurant is
air conditioned, but has
many windows allowing
for lots of natural light
and a spectacular view of
the waterfront, which will
be perfect for the hot
summer months, Mr.
Birch said.
"You will feel like you're
outside, but you'll really
be inside," he said.
From the tile floors to
the tables with picnic-
style tablecloths and
paper towel holders, the
environment in Riverfront
Chill and Grill is relaxed,
comfortable and welcom-
ing.
"You don't have to drive
to Melbourne or to Vero
for nice different food at a
decent price. Stay right
here in Sebastian," Mr.
Birch said.

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Indian River Drive in
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Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9
p.m., Friday and Saturday
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SEBASTIAN - Rose Brick-
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B6 * Sebastian River Area Hometown News Friday, June 3, 2011


Which trees are


hurricane resistant?


A th the forecast of an
above-average 2011
Hurricane season,
planting trees and shrubs
that have a high degree of
wind resistance is almost
crucial.
Also, you need to be sure
your existing trees are ready
for the onslaught of tropical
storm or hurricane force
winds.
The first thing to do is to
prune any dead or diseased
foliage from the plant. You
also should prune your tee so
it has a lower center of
gravity. You can achieve this
by pruning some of the
branches from the top of the
tree.
When you prune trees and
make the foliage of the tree
less dense, it will not cause as
much wind resistance and
will give the tree abetter
chance of surviving high
winds.
Another point of concern
is a trees' root system. If a
plant has a deep, healthy root
system, the tree will stand a
better chance of surviving
the storm without toppling
over.
To achieve this, be sure to
fertilize on a regular basis
and maintain a balanced
watering schedule. All the
above will help develop a
deep, healthy root system.
The best trees to plant in
your yard for good wind
resistance are trees that are
native to our region, such as
the foxtail palm, tipochina,
bottlebrush, live oak, crepe
Myrtle, magnolia and I also
have had good luck with
traveler's palm.
My traveler's palm sur-
vived several hurricanes,
although the delicate leaves
had a lot of shredding.
Once the tree is pruned


GARDEN
NOOK
JOE ZELENAK


back after a storm, it grows
back well in a couple of
months.
One of the worst trees to
plant is the queen palm
because the root systems are
so shallow, the tree blows
over easily.
If you mow your own lawn,
you know some of the
challenges you face to get
that great, lush, sculptured
look.
In order to have your
mowing experience a
success, your mower itself
needs to be in tip-top
condition.
The first thing to do is be
sure you use fresh gas. If you
plan on storing your gas in a
large container for an entire
season, be sure to use a fuel-
stabilizer. This will keep the
fuel fresh for six months or
more instead of the usual 30
days. Follow the directions
on the fuel stabilizer bottle.
Next check the mower
deck and the blade. Clean the
bottom of your deck on a
regular basis and remove any
debris that might accumu-
late. This is especially
important if you use your
mower to mulch the grass
clippings. If you have an old
blade, replace it. A new,
sharp, well-balanced blade
will cut your grass blades
with a nice even texture and
not rip the grass like a dull
blade might. The result will
be a beautiful carpet of
freshly cut turf.
There are several things
you can do to extend the life


GPS could improve your game


of your mower and ensure it
starts when you want it to.
Probably the most
important is changing the oil.
Change your mower oil at
least every six months and
even more often if you use it
for commercially or mow
several lawns weekly.
If you buy a new mower, it
is important to change the oil
the first time after about 10
hours of use. This is to ensure
you are not re-circulating any
metal chips that maybe
present in the new engine
before it is broken in.
After the initial oil change,
you can then follow the
regular schedule. This rule
also applies to generators,
weed wackers and almost
any tool that uses a small
gasoline engine.
The air filter is another hot
spot that is often overlooked.
A dirty filter can cause
stalling, hard starting and
rough idle. If you experience
engine problems, this is the
first place you should check.
Finally, check your
sparkplug. A worn or dirty
plug can cause a multitude of
problems from hard starting
to not starting at all.
A common problem is
adding too much oil to the
crankcase. Overfilling the oil
can lead to smoking, oil
clogging the air filter and
stalling. Always fill only to the
full mark on the dipstick.
Some mowers have a
relatively foolproof system
where you simply fill the oil
reservoir until you visually
see the oil topping out.
Always follow the instruc-
tions for your particular
mower.
Joe Zelenak has 28 years
experience in gardening and
landscape. Send e-mails to
hometowngarden@gmail.co
m.


Most new cars have
it. Your cell phone
has a chip for it.
You can even go down to
the local electronics store
and pick up a tracking
device that has it.
The "it" to which I am
referring is a global posi-
tioning satellite system or
GPS.
In today's high-tech
world, people all over the
planet are using GPS,
whether they realize it or
not. The system uses an
array of satellites orbiting
the Earth to pinpoint
locations within a couple of
feet and smart golfers are
using this same technology
to improve their games.
For the recreational
golfer, the advent of the GPS
system has been a God-
send. Since we cannot
afford or even find a golf
course with caddies, it can
be time consuming and
tedious work to find out
yardages while playing the
course. With GPS, golfers
get more information than
even the best caddie could
provide, for a fraction of the
cost.
In the past, I had a GPS
unit. The unfortunate draw-
back to some company's
products is their "require-
ment" that you pay a yearly
fee to keep the unit up-to-
date or to download the
course you plan to play.
Once my initial year passed,
the unit became a paper
weight.
Fortunately, one compa-
ny is changing this. Golf-
Buddy (www.golfbuddy-
global.com) is perhaps the
best and most economical
GPS systems for golf. With
five models to choose from
and a world-wide course
library, anyone can find a
GolfBuddy GPS unit to fit
his or her needs.
In addition to units that


store up to 40,000 golf
courses, each GolfBuddy
unit comes with no activa-
tion or annual fees. Once
you purchase the unit, you
just turn it on and play.
I few months ago, I put
the GolfBuddy World unit
through its paces and
compared it to my laser that
I'd been using. I have been a
tough convert from laser to
GPS, but I think GolfBuddy
may have convinced me
that I truly need and can
rely on their products to
improve my game and make
my rounds more enjoyable.
My shock- and water-
resistant unit came with
courses from across the
globe already pre-loaded. In
fact, the unit is so smart that
when I turn it on as I arrive
at the course, it figures out
where I am and what course
I am about to play. As you
play, the unit automatically
advances to the next hole
and will even keep your
score.
One huge advantage of
GPS over laser, is the ability
to know the distance to
objects that you cannot see
or that are too flat for a laser
to pick up. Fairway bunkers,
water hazards and other
targets are all programmed
in and the yardage to get to
or get over them is dis-
played.
If you want to cut a corner
on a sharp dogleg at a
course you've never played
before, it helps to know if
there is a hazard waiting
around that corner and how
far you need to hit the ball
to clear it.
Another great feature of


Clubs
From page B3

open to the public. For
more information, call
(772) 589-1355.
*Sebastian Senior Cen-
ter: The Sebastian Senior
Center, 815 Davis St. Live
music Tuesday through Fri-
day from 9-11 a.m.
Refreshments will be
served. Classes of interest:
Monday: nutrition
bingo meets at 10 a.m.;
Mahjong classes meet at
12:30 p.m.; art class meets
at 1 p.m.; Weight Watchers


meets at 5 p.m.; Tuesday:
mindful breathing meets at
1 p.m.; lectures on wellness
1 p.m;. Wednesday: chi-
kung meets at 11 a.m.; crib-
bage and pinochle meets at
12: 30 p.m.; Friday: TOPS
meeting at 8 a.m.; Weight
Watchers meets at 9 a.m.;
Sing-a-longs with Bill and
Jane at 9:30 a.m. For more
information, call (772) 469-
2062.
* Kashi Ashram 11155
Roseland Road, Sebastian.
For more information, (772)
589-1403, (800) 226-1008, or
visit the website
www.kashi.org.


* Kali Natha yoga: Based
on yoga's ancient roots, this
type of yoga is for everyone.
Monday, Tuesdays and
Wednesday at 6 p.m.,
Thursday at 8:30 a.m., Fri-
days at 8 a.m., Saturdays at 9
a.m. and 4 p.m. and Sundays
at 9 a.m.
* Kirtan (devotional
chanting): Tuesdays at 7
p.m. Donations accepted.
* Meditation: Wednesdays
at 7 p.m. with Swami Mok-
sha Ram.
* Interfaith service: Satur-
days at 6 p.m. with May Jaya.
Vegetarian meal follows at 8
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LEXUS ES300- 1999
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