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Hometown news (Sebastian, FL)

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Hometown news (Sebastian, FL)
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SEBASTIAN, GRANTVALKARIA, MI CCO FELLSMERE Vol. 15, No. 30 www.HometownNewsIRC.com en-USFriday, April 13, 2018 en-US@HometownNewsIndianRiver @hometownnewsirc @HometownNewsIRC Bradley H. Reiner, DMD Hagen Hastings, DMD REINER FAMILY DENTISTRY Caring Dentistry for the Entire Family DENTAL SERVICES INCLUDE Invisalign Root Canals Children 2 years & up Crown & Bridge Nitrous Oxide to Reduce Anxiety Veneers & Bonding Dental Implants Extractions Tooth Colored Fillings Partial Dentures Dentures Laser Surgery for Periodontal Disease (LANAP) 3975 20th Street Suite 2th Vero Beach 772-564-0724 View Lanap Video @ www.yourcosmeticdentist.com$50 OFFComprehensive Exam & Full Mouth Series of X-rays. New Patients Only. Oer Expires 4-30-18(Oer not valid with Insurance or any other coupons)The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment for any other service. Examination or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination, or treatment. D0150, D0210 en-GBFRIDAY, APRIL 13en-GB en-GB Coffee with the Mayor:en-GB en-GB 8-9 a.m. en-GBFor more informaen-GB-en-GB tion, call (772) 643-6782, en-GB email en-GB info@mainstreetveren-GB -en-GB obeach.org, en-GB or visit en-GB www.en-GB mainstreetverobeach.org.en-GB en-GB Backstage Tours:en-GB 11 en-GB a.m. and 2 p.m., Riverside en-GB Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park en-GB Drive, Vero Beach. Tickets: en-GB $5, free for Members. en-GB Explore the back stage of en-GB Riverside Theatre with a en-GB guided tour of the various en-GB shops, stand on stage where en-GB the actors perform, and en-GB experience the history of en-GB Floridas largest professional en-GB theatre. en-GB For information, call en-GB (772) 231-6990 or visit en-GB www.en-GB riversidetheatre.com.en-GB en-GB Lunch and Learn with en-GB Master Gardeners of Indian en-GB River County:en-GB Second and en-GB fourth Friday of the month en-GB through May. 12-2 p.m., en-GB Brackett Library, 6155 en-GB College Lane, Vero Beach. en-GB Learn about Florida friendly en-GB landscaping. Bring a bag en-GB lunch, coffee and bottled en-GB water will be provided. No en-GB registration required. Free to en-GB the public. en-GBCall Hollie at (772) en-GB 226-3080 for more informaen-GB -en-GB tion.en-GB en-GB Family Fun Night:en-GB en-GB 5:30-7:30 p.m., Master's en-GB Academy, 1105 58th Avenue, en-GB Vero Beach. Food trucks, en-GB bounce house, family fun en-GB games and competitions, en-USCommunity en-US Calendar en-USVERO BEACH Equal Pay Day is the day en-US beyond Dec. 31 that women must work until to en-US earn the same pay that men earned the previous en-US year for the same work. This year, Equal Pay Day en-US was April 10.en-US From Jan. 1-April 10 of this year, women en-US worked simply to catch up to what they would en-US have been paid last year if men and women were en-US paid equally for the same work.en-US At the encouragement of the American Associen-US -en-US ation of University Women Vero Beach chapter, en-US The Vero Beach City Council recently proclaimed en-US April 10 as Equal Pay Day.en-US The date is a step back from 2017, when Equal en-US Pay Day was April 4. Women must work six days en-US longer in 2018 to catch up to men than they did in en-USWomen still en-US fighting for equal pay en-USREACH en-US program en-US members en-US earn en-US nursing en-US degrees en-USVERO BEACH The Economic en-US Opportunity Councils REACH proen-US -en-US gram helps low income Indian River en-US County residents further their educaen-US-en-US tion. Participants can get assistance to en-US attain their GED, short term vocational en-US training, or complete their Bachelor en-US Degree.en-US Four EOC clients recently graduated en-US with nursing degrees from the Indian en-US River County School Districts Technical en-US Center for Career and Adult Educations en-US Practical Nursing Program. They are en-US Shareen Broom, Joseph Gurecki, Tiffany en-US Wallace, and Briana Morgan.en-US Another four REACH participants, en-US Africa ONeal, Jasmine Louissaint, en-US Laura Rodriquez, and Geyla Williams, en-US received their Medical Assistant certifien-US -en-US cations, also from the Technical Center en-US for Career and Adult Education.en-US We are so proud of our REACH Proen-US -en-US gram participants, whether they receive en-US their GED, a certificate, or a degree, en-US said Angela Davis-Green, Executive en-US Director of Economic Opportunities en-US Council. Applicants selected to particien-US -en-US pate in the REACH Program must en-US exhibit strong motivation to continue en-US their education and increase their famien-US en-USBoat show a success en-USSeeen-US en-US WOMENen-US page 7 Photo courtesy of Megan Hoots en-USAuxiliary Coast Guard engaging with the community at the Vero Beach Boat en-US Show last Saturday and Sunday, presented by M&M Marine Services. Vendors en-US displayed a wide range of boats and recreational vessels. A steady stream of en-US water enthusiasts milled around the rows of tents for most of the day.en-USSeeen-US en-US REACHen-US, page 2 LOOKING FOR A HOME 7 en-USWould you like to meet a en-US handsome, curious young en-US cat? Visit the Humane en-US Society en-USMEET NOAH en-USCATCH 16en-USHave you found great fish in en-US Treasure Coast waters? See en-US one that didn't get away en-US and see how your own prize en-US could be in the paper soon. en-USWHAT A CATCH! en-USTOWNIES 12en-USTouring with the en-US Townies features en-US reader-submitted en-US photos from travels. en-US Lets see how many en-US places we can go! en-USGOING ON A TRIP?en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 2 en-USINDEX Classified 17 Crossword en-US15 Horoscopes en-US11 Out & About 11 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6 en-USENTERTAINMENT 11en-USSinger/songwriter John en-US Flynn headlines a en-US benefit for The Oasis en-US Project on Sunday en-USCONCERT

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en-US 2 en-GBtour Master's Academy. Free, open to the en-GB community, kid-friendly. Food available for en-GB purchase. en-GB For more information visit en-GB www.en-GB mastersvb.org.en-GBFRIDAY, APRIL 13 SUNDAY, APRIL 15en-GB en-GB HO Model Train Display: en-GB Held at McKee en-GB Botanical Garden, 350 US Highway 1, Vero en-GB Beach. Watch as replicas of long freight en-GB trains like the Union Pacific's Big Boy or the en-GB Norfolk and Western's Y6B roll along tracks en-GB through the mountainside, quarries, en-GB industrial city landscapes, a Florida pineapen-GB -en-GB ple plantation, coal mines and more. Hours en-GB on Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14 are en-GB 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and hours on Sunday, April en-GB 15 are noon to 4 p.m. General admission en-GB rates apply. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB www.en-GB mckeegarden.org.en-USFRIDAY, APRIL 13 SATURDAY, APRIL 14en-GB en-GB GFWC Treasure Coast Women Golf en-GB Scramble Scholarship Tournament:en-GB Pub en-GB Dinner & Auction Night Friday, April 13, 6 en-GB p.m. Golf Tournament Saturday, April 14, en-GB 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Entry fee of $90 per en-GB player includes all golf fees, range balls, en-GB continental breakfast, buffet luncheon and en-GB Prizes. Pointe West Country Club, Vero en-GB Beach. Proceeds for scholarships will be en-GB distributed to Indian River County students. en-GB For more information, contact Tournament en-GB Chairpersons Eileen Wood, (772) 828-1418, en-GB or Becky Moon, (772) 766-0050. Email: en-GB TreasureCoastWomen@gmail.com.en-GBSATURDAY, APRIL 14en-GB en-GB Introduction to Genealogy Class:en-GB en-GB Offered at the Indian River County Main en-GB Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. The en-USlys income.en-US REACH is a family self-sufficiency proen-US -en-US gram that provides education, vocational en-US training, and case management. Clients en-US living at or near the poverty level learn to en-US recognize their barriers to self-sufficiency en-US and how to overcome them. REACH helps en-US determined, hard-working people achieve en-US their educational and vocational goals, en-US earn a living wage, and move away from en-US poverty and public assistance to financial en-US self-sufficiency.en-US Financial assistance is provided for tuien-US -en-US tion and other costs related to short-term en-US vocational training and college education. en-US Participants work closely with the case en-US manager to stay on track and meet their en-US goals.en-US With the case manager, clients develop en-US and execute a self-sufficiency plan that en-US includes educational, professional, finanen-US -en-US cial, and personal/family goals. en-US The REACH Program is funded with en-US Community Service Block Grant funds. en-US CSBG funds can only be used for clients en-US earning up to 125 percent of the poverty en-US level. Once a client has a job and earns in en-US excess of 125 percent of the poverty level, en-US EOC uses other sources of funds to conen-US -en-US tinue to assist the client in achieving a liven-US -en-US ing wage and self-sufficiency. EOC raises en-US private funding for this purpose.en-US The application period for the proen-US-en-US grams fall semester will run May 7-11.en-US If interested in participating in the en-US REACH Program, call Wendy Grow at en-US (772) 562-4177, ext. 1113 or e-mail en-US wgrow@eocofirc.net.en-US For more information, or to make a en-US donation, visit en-US www.eocofirc.net.en-USCommunity notes Earn 10% interest Secured by real estate Short or Long term Carlson Family, LLC Marshall Copley 772-882-8149 Successful real-estate Investors since 2005 The Healthy Side of Beauty307 Barefoot Blvd., Suite 1 Barefoot Bay By Appointment only772-388-7698www.nailsnaturally.org | naturalmanipedi@yahoo.;com Nails, Naturally!An American Nail Studio R E A D E R S C H O I C E 2014 2014 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Dr. Larry LandsmanOver 30 Years of Dermatology Experience Private Practice, Miami Voluntary Professor, Dermatology University of Miami Cleveland Clinic of Florida American Academy of Dermatology American Society of Dermatologic SurgeryDetection & Treatment of Skin CancerCosmetic, Surgical & General DermatologyNew Patients Welcomethe Aesthetic DermatologyCenter of Vero Beach 787 37th St. Vero Beach CALL TODAY FOR AN APPOINTMENT 772-562-7546 (SKIN) 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Free HIV, STD testing will be en-USoffered on the Treasure Coast en-US during STD Awareness Monthen-USApril is recognized as STD Awareness en-US Month. This years efforts focus on the relaen-US -en-US tionship between healthcare providers and en-US patients with the theme Treat Me Right to en-US protect patients sexual health as a provider en-US and stand up for your own sexual health as a en-US patient.en-US Syphilis infection rates have spiked in all en-US regions of the country and across almost en-US every ethnicity and age group. Some popuen-US -en-US lations, such as gay, bisexual, and other men en-US who have sex with men, and women are seeen-US-en-US ing higher increases than other groups. en-US Cases of congenital syphilis (babies born en-US with syphilis) are also increasing at an en-US alarming rate. Having syphilis also makes it en-US easier to get HIV and Hepatitis C.en-US To prevent the spread of all STDs, includen-US -en-US ing syphilis, local Florida Departments of en-US Health provide screening, counseling, treaten-US -en-US ment and partner notification services to en-US persons infected with or suspected of being en-US infected with STDs.en-US The only way to avoid syphilis and other en-US STDs is to not have sex. However, if you are en-US sexually active, you can do the following en-US things to lower your chances of infection:en-US Be in a long-term, monogamous relaen-US -en-US tionship with a partner who has tested negaen-US -en-US tive for syphilis and other STDs;en-US Use condoms the right way every time en-US you have sex;en-US Talk to your health care provider about en-US getting testing for syphilis and other STDs en-US or locate a clinic near you for free, fast and en-US confidential testing;en-US If you test positive for syphilis or other en-US STDs, get treated right away and be sure en-US your sexual partner is treated as well to en-US reduce the risk of re-infection.en-US Testing is free for STDs and HIV. No en-US appointment is necessary but a photo ID is en-US needed.en-US For more information on STD Awareness en-USSeeen-US en-US NOTESen-US, page 7en-USREACHen-USFrom page 1 en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 1en-US Seeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 4

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en-US 3 en-USVERO BEACH The first Indian River en-US STEAM Fest is coming to Vero Beach Saturen-US -en-US day, April 14, at the Intergenerational (iG) en-US Recreation Center.en-US The family-friendly STEAM Fest starts en-US with the traditional STEM subject areas en-US science, technology, engineering, and math en-US and adds art.en-US The Rhode Island School of Design en-US started a campaign that says the creative, en-US innovative parts of learning had to be added en-US to STEM to get it right, Kelly Brown, a volen-US -en-US unteer with Vero Beach Academy and one en-US of the organizers of the event, told Homeen-US -en-US town News. They started pushing for the en-US concept of STEAM instead of STEM. When en-US we were planning this festival, we agreed art en-US should be a part of it.en-US STEAM proponents argue that while en-US innovation remains tightly coupled with en-US STEM subjects, art and design will be equalen-US -en-US ly important in the 21st century. They en-US encourage integration of art and design in en-US all levels of education, and seek to influence en-US employers to hire artists and designers to en-US drive innovation.en-US The Indian River STEAM Fest has adopten-US-en-US ed that goal by integrating art with the en-US STEM subjects in many of the presentations en-US at the festival.en-US We partnered with a lot of the art teachen-US -en-US ers in the school district, said Ms. Brown. en-US They loved being included, and they are en-US spearheading the art section of the event.en-US The broader goal is to get children en-US involved in an interactive, hands-on way en-US with each of the STEAM subjects. Over 50 en-US exhibitors indoors and outside and numeren-US -en-US ous sessions throughout the day will en-US encourage children to explore jobs in those en-US fields.en-US Were going to have projects where scien-US -en-US ence, technology, engineering, and math en-US concepts weave into the art itself, so its not en-US just art for arts sake, but emphasizing STEM en-US areas, said Ms. Brown. We would like to en-US expose children to those important fields, en-US because thats where jobs are really growen-US -en-US ing.en-US There are not enough people to fill those en-US jobs, and theres an obvious disparity with en-US girls and people of color in those fields. en-US Bringing those ideas and possibilities to kids en-US will hopefully nurture a desire to have jobs en-US in those fields.en-US Exhibitors were asked to try to make en-US everything hands-on.en-US We wanted to make sure kids can engage en-US at every booth, not just pick up paperwork. en-US We worked really hard with the exhibitors to en-US make sure everything is interactive. For en-US many of the kids, it will be the first time they en-US can engage with these fields hands-on.en-US Weve got enough variety of activities en-US that it will be fun for kindergarten kids en-US through high school. You can learn things en-US from these booths at any age. For example, en-US engaging with the robotics team will be fun en-US and educational for all ages.en-US A proclamation passed by the Indian en-US River County Commissioners designated en-US April 14 as Indian River STEAM Fest Day. en-US That proclamation states that 2.4 million en-US STEM jobs are projected to go unfilled in en-US 2018. Students can advance their prospects en-US in those fields by learning five critical skills en-US through the arts: creativity, collaboration, en-US confidence, cultural awareness and empaen-US -en-US thy, and critical thinking.en-US There will be unique art classes throughen-US-en-US out the day, including Chromatography en-US Flowers at noon, Watercolor Experien-US -en-US ments at 1 p.m., Sumanagashi Marble en-US Painting at 2 p.m., and Wax & Sodium en-US Chloride Resist at 3 p.m., during which en-US participants will explore the reactions of en-US watercolor with crayon and salt to create a en-US unique picture.en-US Riverside Theatre staff and actors will en-US perform two plays, River Rat and Cat and en-US Snow White.en-US A company called Mad Science will presen-US -en-US ent a Fire and Ice Show, demonstrating the en-US properties of fire and combustion by proen-US -en-US ducing a flaming fireball. Demonstrations en-US involving dry ice will explore the science en-US behind the frozen gas.en-US Exhibitors will include FAU Harbor en-US Branch, National Weather Service, Old Vero en-US Ice Age Site Committee, and the IRC Sheren-US -en-US iffs Department CSI Lab. St. Lucie Chrisen-US -en-US tian Robotics will show students how to en-US build and operate a mini bot, and T.E. Schlitt en-US Engineering will demonstrate how to make en-US your own rocket.en-US Only one event will require an extra payen-US -en-US ment on top of the $5 admission fee, and en-US that is a VIP luncheon with astronaut Winen-US -en-US ston Scott for $35.en-US Weve asked astronaut Winston Scott to en-US talk about his experiences in space at a level en-US that children can understand, Ms. Brown en-US said. A lot of that will also be questions and en-US answers, so the kids will get to engage with en-US him and ask him about things theyre interen-US en-USested in. Hes got a great sense of humor and en-US is very down to earth.en-US Admission is $5 per person, children en-US under three free. Food will be available for en-US purchase from Treasure Coast Concessions. en-US Indian River STEAM Fest will take place en-US April 14, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., rain or shine, in the en-US Intergenerational (iG) Recreation Center on en-US Oslo Road at 1590 9th St SW, in Vero Beach. en-US Mad Science shows are at 10:30 a.m. and en-US 2:30 p.m. The Riverside Theatre presents en-US River Rat and Cat at 12:30 p.m. and Snow en-US White at 1:30 p.m.en-US For more information, email en-USindianriveren-US -en-US steamfest@gmail.com en-US or visiten-US www.indianen-US-en-US riversteamfest.com, en-US where you can also puren-US -en-US chase tickets. en-US For updates, follow the event on Facebook en-US at Indian River STEAM Fest. 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en-US 4 en-GBclass is free to the public, but you must sign en-GB up at least 3 days before the first class. en-GB There are three sessions: April 14, April 21 en-GB and April 27 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Sign en-GB up in the main library or call (772) 444-7470. en-GB The sign-up sheet for this class is on the en-GB IRGS table across from the elevator on the en-GB second floor. en-GB You can also sign up online or en-GB find more information at en-GB www.irgs.org.en-GB en-GB Live Like Cole 'Coppala Chase' 5K run/en-GB walk:en-GB Race time is at 7:30 a.m. and the en-GB course is a flat, fast course that travels through scenic Vero Beach neighborhoods en-GBaround The Jungle Club. Entry is $28 after en-GB March 24. Awards go to the top three in each en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY Eight en-US Indian River County students were honored en-US at the 63rd State of Florida Science and en-US Engineering Fair on March 27 at the RP en-US Funding Center in Lakeland, Florida.en-US Students participating in the state science en-US fair received their state bids by first particien-US -en-US pating and placing in the Indian River en-US Regional Science and Engineering Fair on en-US Jan. 27 at Gifford Middle School. The en-US IRRSEF is presented by the Education en-US Foundation of Indian River County, in parten-US -en-US nership, with the School District of Indian en-US River County. The program is funded by en-US grants and private donations.en-US It is so exciting to see the hard work of en-US our teachers and students being recognized en-US at such a high level, said SDIRC School en-US Board Chairman Shawn Frost. Both as a en-US former science teacher and the Board Chair, en-US it makes me proud to be part of a communien-US -en-US ty that places such support and emphasis on en-US achievement in science. These eight SDIRC en-US students have made Indian River County en-US proud with their dedication and accomen-US -en-US plishments. The District is appreciative of en-US our rare synergistic relationship with the en-US Education Foundation and the work we do en-US together for the benefit of our students. en-US Cynthia Falardeau, Executive Director of en-US The Education Foundation of Indian River en-US County, said We are proud of this team that en-US worked hard to advance from the Indian en-US River Regional Science and Engineering en-US Fair, representing the top one percent of stuen-US -en-US dents in the State of Florida.en-US Junior Division:en-US Andrew Bickel, Storm Grove Middle en-US School, 3rd place Behavioral and Social Scien-US -en-US ences.en-US Zachary Hessler, Gifford Middle School, en-US $150 cash award from Robert & Judy Kryger en-US Family; $200 cash award from Society of en-US Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration, Florien-US -en-US da Section; 2nd place Physics and Astronoen-US-en-US my; Nomination to Broadcom MASTERS en-US program.en-US Lucy Long, Storm Grove Middle School, en-US Certificate from United States Department en-US of Agriculture; 2nd place Earth and Envien-US -en-US ronmental Sciences; Nomination to Broaden-US -en-US com MASTERS program.en-US Senior Division:en-US Griffin Wagner, Vero Beach High School, en-US week-long summer research institute valued en-US at $595 from FAU Pine Jog Environmental en-US Education Center; 3rd place Microbiology.en-US Katelyn Wahl and Alexandria Thull, en-US Sebastian River High School, $50 cash en-US award from South Florida Regional Science en-US and Engineering Fair Awards.en-US Jonathan Womack and Sydney Tran, Vero en-US Beach High School, $250 cash award from en-US American Society of Agricultural & Biologien-US -en-US cal Engineering, Florida Section; 2nd place en-US Engineering. 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en-US 5 en-USArrests listed were made March 26 en-US through April 1en-USIndian River en-US County Sheriffs Officeen-USMarcus Dwayne Lovell, 21, 218 13th Lane en-US SW, Vero Beach, violation of probation.en-US Rickesha Denise Lloyd, 20, 4315 27th Ave., en-US Vero Beach, possession controlled substance.en-US Diego De Jesus Agudelo, 26, 1150 19th Ave., en-US Vero Beach, possession controlled substance.en-US Brian Shane Burkeen, 55, 10910 County en-US Road 507, Fellsmere, first degree grand theft, en-US five counts dealing in stolen property.en-US Keiyon Jatavious Gibson, 21, 1171 en-US Schumann Dr., Sebastian, sale, manufacture, en-US delivery, or possession with intent to sell, manen-US-en-US ufacture, or deliver cannabis, unlawful use of a en-US two-way communications device.en-US John Edward Sullivan, 42, 9986 E. Villa Ciren-US-en-US cle, Vero Beach, six counts transmission of en-US child pornography by electronic device or en-US equipment.en-US Tyler Stephen Sigmon, 16, 136 29th Ave., en-US Vero Beach, two counts violation of probation.en-US Kendrick Moore, 22, 5203 NW 23rd St., Lauen-US -en-US derhill, failure to appear.en-US Mustafa Shamsid-Deen, 37, 113 N. SW Danen-US -en-US ville Circle, Port St. Lucie, grand theft motor en-US vehicle.en-US Charles Kenneth Chasteen Jr., 30, 721 24th en-US Place, Vero Beach, violation condition of order en-US of community control.en-US William John Popp Jr., 43, 4235 15th St., en-US Vero Beach, retail theft.en-US Wesley Lee Gamble Jr., 37, 2822 Stoneway en-US Lane, Ft. Pierce, resist arrest with violence.en-US Charles Christopher Hinckley, 34, 1044 en-US Royal Palm Blvd., Vero Beach, burglary of en-US structure, grand theft.en-US James Donald Childers, 46, 7865 93rd Court, en-US Vero Beach, burglary dwelling, burglary of en-US occupied conveyance, grand theft, third degree en-US grand theft.en-US Matt Weston Richardson, 45, 9762 Southen-US-en-US brook Dr., Jacksonville, third degree grand en-US theft.en-US Christopher Remy, 29, 3940 W. Broward en-US Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, failure to appear.en-US Jennifer Marie Maugeri, 38, 1125 Fairfield en-US Lane, Sebastian, possession of Oxycodone en-US without prescription, possession of Xanex withen-US-en-US out prescription, possession of Methampheten-US -en-US amine, introduction of contraband into a detenen-US-en-US tion facility.en-US Camilla Renee Brown, 38, 1466 15th Ave., en-US Vero Beach, tamper with or destroy evidence.en-US Nicole Jean Andrade, 41, 8800 U.S. Hwy. 1, en-US Micco, petit theft, failure to appear, organized en-US fraud, fraudulent use of credit card, permit en-US unauthorized operator to drive vehicle.en-US Melissa Kay Moneyhon, 32, 8775 20th St., en-US Vero Beach, possession cocaine.en-US Ashley Nicole Keliihananui, 27, 2866 58th en-US Court, Vero Beach, grand theft.en-US Cory Craig Smith, 40, homeless, two counts en-US utter forged instrument, forgery.en-US Brian Jeffery Smith, 38, 2500 88th Ave., Vero en-US Beach, aggravated assault with deadly weapen-US-en-US on.en-US Newrika Everlyn Missick, 28, 67 Sonrise en-US Square, Fellsmere, retail theft.en-US Frank D. Chaney, 32, 4741 29th Ave., Vero en-US Beach, possession controlled substance.en-US Tyler Mason Butler, 28, 5800 W. 88th St. N., en-US Sperry, Okla., fugitive from justice.en-US Bailey Alan Hearn, 20, 1144 Lake Miriam Dr., en-US Lakeland, possess marijuana over 20 grams.en-US Corey Lamar Henry Jr., 16, 638 4th Place en-US SW, Vero Beach, fleeing/attempting to elude a en-US police officer.en-US Helen Louise Gatlin, 70, 1232 Newland en-US Road, Elizabeth City, N.C., failure to redeliver en-US leased property.en-US Jack Dean Corggins, 59, 716 19th Place, en-US Vero Beach, aggravated battery with deadly en-US weapon, tamper with or destroy evidence.en-US Lorena Renee Gould, 21, 345 18th Place, en-US Vero Beach, violation of probation.en-US Jaquan Danard Gent, 17, 5990 57th St., Vero en-US Beach, abscond supervision/violation of home en-US detention.en-USSebastian Policeen-USHendi Llerena, 29, 3100 W. Rolling Hills Ciren-US -en-US cle, Davie, grand theft.en-US Justin Tyler Wolf, 25, 1721 NW 104th Ave., en-US Pembroke Pines, grand theft.en-US Victor Coury Batista Pires, 23, 421 24th Ave. en-US SW, Vero Beach, possession Xanax.en-US Travarous Deontay Darling, 22, homeless, en-US possession of controlled substance.en-US Paul Rachon Dawson, 21, 8741 96th Court, en-US Vero Beach, possession of cannabis over 20 en-US grams, possession of firearm while engaged in en-US criminal offense.en-US Iesha Shalay Ramirez, 27, 3231 SW Conen-US -en-US stellation Road, Port St. Lucie, carrying a conen-US-en-US cealed firearm.en-US Tamieka Cherrelle Robinson, 33, 272 Flemen-US-en-US ing St., Sebastian, sale of Hydromorphone, en-US possession of Hydromorphone, unlawful use of en-US a two way communications device.en-US Clesius Delbrun Jr., 30, 272 Fleming St., en-US Sebastian, possession of marijuana over 20 en-US grams, possession of Hydromorphone, posen-US-en-US session of THC extract, possession of Xanax, en-US sale of controlled substance, possession of en-US controlled substance, unlawful use of two way en-US communications device.en-USVero Beach Policeen-USMichael E. Girardin, 62, homeless, criminal en-USmischief.en-US Alan Chester Johnson, 49, 1806 22nd Ave., en-US Vero Beach, violation of community control.en-US Kara Lynn Lambert, 42, homeless, false en-US statement for public aid.en-US Paul Michael Breslin, 23, homeless, burglary.en-US Richard Harold Lebert, 39, 1316 17th Place, en-US Vero Beach, violation of probation.en-US David Lee Smith, 48, homeless, two counts en-US grand theft. Full Service Done Right! Where you are treated like family! 9090 N. US HWY 1 Sebastian, FL Monday Friday 10am-6pm Saturday 10am-2pm Closed Sunday PAULS GUNS WE BUY GUNS $$$$ OR TRADE 77 2-581-0640 DONT WAIT! GET YOUR CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT $50.00 6PM MONDAYS CALL AHEAD TO RSVP $30 OFF GUN PURCHASE WITH COMPLETED CLASS RECEIPT MD AUTO & TIRE 4505 US. 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en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2018 en-US SEBASTIANen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 6en-USRantsen-US & en-USRaves Published weekly by Hometown News, L.C., 5059 Turnpike Feeder Road, Ft. Pierce, FL 34951 Copyright 2016, Hometown News, L.C.Voted # 1 Community Newspaper in America in 2005, 2006, 2007. One of the top 3 in America every year since 2003. Farris Robinson ...................................President Vernon D. Smith .................................. Managing Partner Don Hornbeck ..................................... Regional Circulation ManagerFlora Wilkerson ................................ Circulation Administrator Robin Bevilacqua ................................ Human Resources Isabel Harmon .................................... Account Receivable Annita Ferrante ................................... Credit & Collections Kathy Young ........................................ Major/Natl. 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Paginator Phone (772) 465-5656 Fax (772) 465-5301Classified (800) 823-0466 Rants & Raves (866) 465-5504Circulation Inquiries 1-866-913-6397 circulation@hometownnewsol.comSEBASTIAN en-USGot something to say? en-USEmail the Hometown Rants & Raves at en-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USThe Rants and Raves section provides a chance for readers to share their thoughts with en-US other readers. The opinions included are not those of Hometown News or its employees.en-USPlease limit your submissions to 250 words, so that we can include more entries. en-US Readers are asked to refrain from making slanderous or libelous statements. en-USIm not helping!en-USA certain grocery chain asks me to conen-US -en-US tribute to buy food for the hungry every en-US time I shop there. I finally told them I pay en-US federal income tax which buys the hungry en-US food stamps. I will not pay twice by donaten-US-en-US ing at their store. Let the 50 percent of the en-US people who do not pay income taxes donate en-US at the store.en-USSticker shock at the moviesen-USI recently had the pleasure of taking my en-US two granddaughters to the movies in the en-US daytime but was shocked to see there were en-US no daytime deals. For a child, the price was en-US the same as an adult so our little outing to a en-US movie including a small lunch added up to en-US over $40. Whatever happened to daytime en-US matinees? I would think that more people en-US would take advantage of a cool movie theen-US-en-US ater in the afternoon than being outside all en-US day but at these prices, I can understand en-US why people have to find other things to do. en-US It would be nice to offer movies at an afforden-US -en-US able price so all could enjoy them once in en-US awhile.en-USLife is not fairen-USYou hear it said that until you accept the en-US fact, Life is not fair, you will never be truly en-US happy in life. This Country started by fighten-US-en-US ing against that concept. We have always en-US fought against just giving up against adversien-US -en-US ty no matter how hopeless it seems to be. en-US The slaves fought against unfairness, The en-US Jews fought against it, and now the people en-US bombed with GAS fight against it. People en-US with no availability of Health Care fight en-US against unfairness also. Many people gave en-US their lives and limbs to make right the en-US unfairness and cruelty of the ones in power. en-US If the wealthy get ALL the money and own en-US ALL the food and ALL the medicine in the en-US world do the rest just say; "Oh well, LIFE IS en-US NOT FAIR? Since we are all born on Earth, en-US not by choice, it seems to me that we should en-US ALL have at least the The right to live and en-US at least the chance of happiness. If we have a en-US right to live; then we should also have A en-US right to die, with dignity. A person who has en-US a terminal illness and in extreme pain en-US should not have to suffer and be used as an en-US income source for others in order to have an en-US Off shore account or something else for en-US their happiness. It is that time of year when en-US we should all be reminded of the messages en-US given to us by someone who has the power en-US to create life. It seems to me that we, as en-US HUMANS, really have no power at all and en-US that we are ALL on this short journey in life en-US together. We all must get old and die, that is en-US unfair, but we dont know why we were put en-US here? Maybe life is some sort of TEST to see en-US what kind of SOUL we have?en-USCell phones and car accidentsen-USI dont like the word older. I like mature, en-US and those of you ranting about mature en-US drivers are going to be there sooner then en-US you think.en-US We have a high majority of mature driven-US -en-US ers in Florida; lots of them from other parts en-US of the country, where there are different en-US road rules.en-US I dont like the idea that all you young en-US kids below 50 think we cant drive and en-US should turn in our keys. Aint going to hapen-US -en-US pen, as long as we dont have another choice en-US of good reliable on time transportation en-US available. Believe me, we would if we had a en-US good transportation system but we dont. en-US Yes, we take things more slowly, obey the en-US rules and dont speed when we drive; and en-US that is why most of us drive safely.en-US As for the stats given, I checked them. en-US Pedestrians are top for automobile accidents en-US and death. Age 16-25 is second in line, with en-US cell phones as the major cause. They also en-US noted that cell phones cause over 75 percent en-US of automobile accidents today.en-US Get off your phones, children, and pay en-US attention to the road. Motorcycles was third. en-US The mature group was fourth, and cell en-US phones were not listed as the major cause.en-US I am in the fourth group at age 82. Been en-US driving since I was 16, (66 years), a typical en-US mature driver. I obey the rules, regulations en-US and speeds for driving, even when you en-US youngsters tailgate, honk horns, swerve en-US around me, give me the finger, yell obscenien-US -en-US ties, dart in front of me, make wrong en-US U-turns, etc.en-US What I see the under 50s doing when they en-US drive should gain them a ton of tickets. I en-US counted six tickets on one of my 30-year-old en-US neighbors, as I drove first in front and then en-US in back of them the other day everything en-US from speed to no signals. Unfortunately, no en-US police officer was around to issue them, and en-US that is a problem, because we do not have en-US enough of them to police our roads properen-US -en-US ly.en-US All older cars on the road are not hazards. en-US I drive a classic with 53,000 miles; built in en-US Detroit, Michigan, USA, not China, Japan en-US or Mexico, etc.en-US Just remember, you youngsters, you will en-US get here; and there are people in all age en-US groups who should turn in their keys. There en-US are also people in all age groups who are en-USgood drivers. So, get off the mature group en-US kick.en-US Dont automatically think just because en-US you see gray hair that we are lousy drivers en-US and should turn in our keys at 50. en-US Open letter to all motorcyclistsen-USPlease be aware that the striped zones en-US between or beside the handicapped parking en-US areas are not parking spaces.en-US Many handicapped vehicles are equipped en-US with lifts, ramps or swing-out chairs that en-US require this extra space.en-US Any obstacle to either side of the vehicle en-US could be dangerous or impossible to navien-US -en-US gate.en-US The only two options are to wait until the en-US obstruction leaves or move the vehicle into en-US traffic lanes to load/unload a wheelchair. In en-US case of bad weather, this increases the danen-US -en-US ger.en-US Please be thankful for the few extra feet en-US that you can walk. en-USKeeping the beat Max Knauer, 5, en-USpractices beaten-US -en-US ing the drum on en-US Vero Beach en-US Rowing Clubs en-US Dragon Boat at en-US the Vero Beach en-US boat show, en-US which was held en-US last Saturday en-US and Sunday. en-US Vendors disen-US-en-US played a wide en-US range of boats en-US and recreational en-US vessels. A en-US steady stream en-US of water enthuen-US -en-US siasts milled en-US around the rows en-US of tents for most en-US of the day.en-USPhoto courtesy of en-US Megan Hoots

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en-US 7 en-USMonth, visit the CDCs webpage: en-US www.cdc.en-US gov/features/stdawareness/. en-US To learn more about the departments STD en-US program and services, visit en-USwww.floridaen-US-en-US health.gov/diseases-and-conditions/sexualen-US -en-US ly-transmitted-diseases/index.htmlen-US Free testing will be offered on the Treaen-US -en-US sure Coast: en-US Saturday, April 7, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., en-US Taylor Point Apartments, 4885 38th Circle, en-US Vero Beachen-US Friday, April 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., en-US Rogers Market, 17068 S.W. Palm Beach en-US Street, Indiantownen-US Sunday, April 15, from 12-3 p.m., Pride en-US Fest 2018 at River Walk Center, 600 N. Indien-US -en-US an River Drive, Fort Pierceen-US Monday, April 16, from 3-5:30 p.m., en-US Golden Gate Center, 3225 S.E. Dixie Highen-US -en-US way, Stuarten-US Wednesday, April 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 en-US p.m., Chastain Campus Indian River State en-US College, 2400 SW Salerno Road, Stuarten-US Monday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., en-US Rines Market, 15500 S.W. Trail Drive, Indien-US -en-US antownen-US Thursday, April 26, from 1:30-3:30 p.m., en-US Whispering Pines Park, 800 S.W. Darwin en-US Blvd., Port St Lucieen-US Friday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., en-US FL Dept. of Health in Martin County, 3441 en-US S.W. Willoughby Blvd., Stuarten-US Monday, April 30, from 1-3 p.m., Pioen-US-en-US neer Park, 2901 Avenue M, Fort Pierceen-US Wednesday, May 2, from 2-4 p.m., 46th en-US Ave Villas, 2828 N.W. 46th Ave., en-US Okeechobee 2.50% APY 60 MONTHS Member FDIC www.OculinaBank.com Annual Percentage Yield rate is effective as of February 28, 2018 and subject to change without notice. Minimum $1,000 to Open Penalty for early withdrawal. Fees could reduce the earnings. Wish you had a C.D. where you could increase the rate when the market changes? Take Control with Two Bump Ups during your initial certicate term that allow you to Bump Up your rate to our currently oered 5 year CD rate. Ask your friendly banker for more details. www.OculinaBank.com 2.50% APY 60 MONTHS Member FDIC www.OculinaBank.com Annual Percentage Yield rate is effective as of February 28, 2018 and subject to change without notice. Minimum $1,000 to Open Penalty for early withdrawal. Fees could reduce the earnings. Member FDIC Minimum $1,000 to Open Penalty for early withdrawal Fees could reduce the earningsTwice during the 60 month term you can increase your rate to match our highest 60 month CD rate for FREE.Annual Percentage Yield rate is eective as of February 28, 2018 and subject to change without notice. 2.50% APY 60 MONTHS If our rates increase during your 60 month term, you can Bump Up your rate TWICE to match our highest 60 Month CD rate FREE. Noah is an eight-month old neutered male brown and white tabby en-USmixed breed cat. First people notice his gorgeous, silky fur and en-US how soft it feels. Observe Noah a while, and you will soon see his engaging personality.   He likes to play with wand toys, but not too hard.   Noah wants to be in the middle of everything, curious about en-USwhat is happening. He enjoys people, often coming close for some en-US petting. This fellow is as charming as he is handsome, ready to en-US purr his way into your heart!en-US Call the Humane Society at (772) 388-3331 or visit the shelter at en-US 6230 77th St., Vero Beach. Animals for adoption can be seen on en-US the shelters website en-US www.hsvb.org. en-USLooking for a home en-US2017.en-US According to the National Committee on en-US Pay Equity, the organization that started en-US Equal Pay Day in 1996, the wage gap is even en-US greater for most women of color.en-US Despite efforts across the country, women-US-en-US ens pay has not changed, read an AAUW en-US statement. The gender pay gap is stuck; on en-US average, women have earned 79-80 cents to en-US the male dollar for the last several years.en-US AAUW members who attended the City en-US Council proclamation wore red to symbolen-US -en-US ize that women are in the red, not in the en-US black. They said the gender pay gap negaen-US-en-US tively impacts women, families, and the en-US economy.en-US AAUW will present a Work Smart Worken-US -en-US shop salary negotiation program to help en-US working women understand their value in en-US the workplace, and ask for what theyre en-US worth. The workshop will include informaen-US -en-US tion and practice on conversations about en-US salary.en-US The workshop will be Saturday, April 28, en-US 10 a.m.-noon at the Unitarian Universalist en-US Fellowship Hall, 1590 27th Ave., Vero en-US Beach. The cost is $25, and all working en-US women are invited. Register or get more en-US information at en-US https://verobeach-fl.aauw.en-US net/en-US or search AAUW of Vero Beach on en-US Facebook.en-USWomenen-USFrom page 1en-USNotesen-USFrom page 2

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en-US 8 en-USTREASURE COAST One local organien-US -en-US zation is going all-out for people with disen-US-en-US abilities. EmployU, a nonprofit organization en-US working throughout Florida, helps people en-US with disabilitiesfind gainful employment in en-US whatever capacities they can excel in and en-US attain good jobs that highlight their skills.en-US EmployU staff members help clients with en-US resumes, job applications and meet with en-US businesses to find jobs suited to their en-US strengths.en-US Many businesses, such as Publix employ en-US people with disabilities, but are not in the en-US position to hire more profoundly disabled en-US people. They typically offer bagger positions en-US to the disabled, in many cases, although en-US those are much-appreciated by EmployU en-US staff.en-US But Employment Specialist Susan Marino en-US said there are many businesses in the comen-US -en-US munity that have made a difference by taken-US -en-US ing a chance and investing in other clients. en-US Many of these are privately owned businessen-US -en-US es and not necessarily big corporations, she en-US said. en-US I felt that if we give some positive attenen-US -en-US tion to these businesses, then other local en-US businesses might also be encouraged and en-US motivated to give people with disabilities a en-US chance, Ms. Marino said. I personally en-US work within four counties on the Treasure en-US Coast Indian River, St. Lucie, Okeechobee en-US and Martin counties and have helped hunen-US-en-US dreds of folks find meaningful employment. en-US I feel passionate about helping people find en-US purpose through employment.en-US What many people dont realize is that a en-US disability can occur from birth to death, Ms. en-US Marino added, and some are born with en-US developmental disabilities while others are en-US injured when they experience things like en-US strokes, macular degeneration or accidents en-US that render them unable to do their previous en-US jobs.en-US Vocational rehabilitation has a team of en-US engineers that they can provide to the en-US employers to make accommodations to en-US employees, Ms. Marino said. In some en-US cases, there are devices they can use to overen-US -en-US come their disabilities.en-US For all of these clients, employment proen-US -en-US vides a sense of community and is a great en-US source of socialization, according to a press en-US release. While many people with disabilities en-US live in isolation, employment increases en-US self-esteem and leaves them with a profound en-US sense of gratitude to these companies and en-US long-term commitment to their jobs.en-US Employers are not typically eager to en-US accommodate people with disabilities and en-US we all know what the law is: The Americans en-US With Disabilities Act states that they have to en-US offer opportunities equally, but we all know en-US that is not always the case.en-US Ms. Marino cited a number of clients she en-US has been able to help along the way, includen-US -en-US ing Austin Beers. Hes a 21-year-old young en-US man with dwarfism, high-frequency deafen-US -en-US ness as well as developmental disabilities. en-US He is not able to en-US read, write or comen-US -en-US municate verbally. en-US Hes survived both en-US brain and open-en-US heart surgeries en-US during his short life, en-US but had a big dream: en-US to be a chef. But due en-US to his small stature, en-US issues with dexterity en-US and communication en-US problems, his options were limited at best.en-US Ms. Marino worked with Mr. Beers and en-US helped him develop skills for an eight-week en-US training course that was paid by EmployU en-US at Longhorn Steakhouse in Jensen Beach. en-US He worked with Job Coach Michelle Hanen-US -en-US sen to develop learning skills that could be en-US applied in future employment, and Longen-US -en-US horn has been a long-time partner, working en-US with thousands of students with disabilities.en-US But Kyle Greene of Kyle Gs Prime Seaen-US -en-US food & Steaks on Hutchinson Island, who en-US opened his business in late 2017 has hired a en-US high-functioning client named Willie, who en-US is still working there. en-US I approached Kyle again in February to en-US challenge him with helping Austin en-US withhisdream. I was completely transparen-US -en-US ent and said, Listen Kyle, this is going to be en-US tough, Im not going to lie, Ms. Marino en-US said. And Mr. Greene agreed to meet with en-US Austin and offered him a job on the spot. en-US Mr. Greene also agreed to let me personally en-US provide job coaching for Austin since I have en-US a background in culinary training.en-US In the meantime, Mr. Greene and his en-US entire staff have welcomed Mr. Beers with en-US open arms. He works three days a week, en-US peeling potatoes, wrapping baked potatoes en-US and cleaning scallops, and is a tireless worken-US-en-US er. The staff at EmployU is developing visuen-US -en-US al-aids to help the staff at Kyle Gs with comen-US -en-US munication, since speaking is difficult and en-US vocabulary is limited for him. en-USWell make a picture-book of things Ausen-US-en-US tin will need food, utensils, etc. when a en-US job coach is not available, Ms. Marino en-US added. People with disabilities have ambien-US -en-US tions and dreams, too, and everybody with a en-US disability has the ability to do something en-US and it might be something very small, but en-US through working with Austin I discovered en-US there was a lot he could do and ways that we en-US could teach him and fight for his opportunien-US -en-US ty there.en-US Mr. Beerss mother, Toni, said he is one en-US excited boy, because he loves to work, and en-US he appreciates the chance to shine in the en-US kitchen.en-US Its really benefited him, because he had en-US attended a culinary class in high school and en-US then went to Orlando for a program and en-US was able to get his license to work in the en-US kitchen for disabled children and was able en-US to follow his dreams, Ms. Beers said. Its a en-US chance he would not have gotten were it not en-US for this program.en-US For more information about EmployU and en-US its programs, visit en-USwww.employu.org en-US or call en-US 407-598-0202. we areNOW HIRING GRAPHIC DESIGNER GRAPHIC DESIGNER GRAPHIC DESIGNER Requirements!Working knowledge of basic newspaper prepress & full color printing process Deadline Pressure and shifting priorities In-House Full Time Position 4 days (30-36 hours a week) PsPlease email your resume to opportunity@hometownnewsol.comEOE / We Drug Test rDimensional Color Razor Cuts Perms Foil High or Low Lights Frostings Facial Waxing Shellac Nails Acrylic Nails Pedicuresff nntbf br nb R E A D E R S 1C H O I C E 2015 2016 2015 2016 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S bb rbbfbrfr f bb bbfbrfrf Local organization helps people with en-USdisabilities find jobsen-USBy Gaylon Parkeren-USgparker@hometownnewsol.com Marino

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en-US 10 VERO BEACH The Veterans Council en-USof Indian River County formed the Upward en-US American Veterans Committee in 2012 to en-US help military veterans with emergency liven-US-en-US ing expenses and home repairs.en-US Since 2012, the UAV has spent over en-US $132,000 to assist 207 veterans and their en-US families.en-US The most recent recipients were World en-US War II veteran Harry Lamb and his wife, en-US Gladys Lamb.en-US The Lamb family could not afford repairs en-US to their Vero Beach home. Needed repairs en-US included a broken refrigerator, two broken en-US water heaters, a leaking roof damaged en-US during Hurricane Irma and still covered en-US with a tarp, a broken window, a water damen-US -en-US aged bathroom, an inoperable washer, and en-US no available dryer vent.en-US Mr. Lamb, who is disabled, applied for en-US assistance from the UAV. Veterans Council en-US President Colonel Sam Kouns visited the en-US home and said no person, and especially no en-US veteran, should have to live under such poor en-US conditions.en-US The request was reviewed by the UAV en-US committee, which also confirms the applien-US -en-US cants veteran status. The committee can en-US approve requests up to $3,000. Requests en-US over $3,000 must be voted on by the Veteren-US -en-US ans Council of Indian River membership.en-US The committee approved $3,000 for en-US repairs, and the Military Officers Associaen-US -en-US tion of America added an additional $2,500.en-US The Veterans Council is seeking donaen-US-en-US tions to help it work through a waiting list of en-US 15 Indian River County veterans who need en-US an estimated $102,000 worth of home en-US repairs. The council will also help pay for en-US utility bills, rent, medical expenses, groceren-US -en-US ies, auto expenses, education, and other en-US urgent needs.en-US If you are an Indian River County resien-US -en-US dent and military veteran in need of assisen-US -en-US tance, or if you would like to donate to help en-US these needy vets, contact the Veterans en-US Council of Indian River County at (772) en-US 410-5820, or by email at en-US info@Veteren-US -en-US ansCouncilIRC.org.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.en-US helpIRCvets.org en-US and click Veterans Assisen-US -en-US tance. Photo courtesy of Veterans Council of Indian River County en-US(Left to right) Fred Schoenberg, Rev. Jesse, Gladys Lamb, Harry Lamb, en-US VCIRC President Colonel Sam Kouns, Military Officers Association of en-US America President Lieutenant Colonel James Rannazzisi.en-USVeterans Council en-US helps vets in needen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-GBage division. en-GBFor more information, contact en-GB Margaret Mattingly at (772) 453-2760 or en-GB livelikecole@yahoo.comen-GB en-GB Democratic Women's Club of Indian en-GB River County's annual scholarship en-GB luncheon: en-GB 11:30 a.m., Grand Harbor en-GB Clubhouse, Vero Beach. Educator, lawyer and en-GB cross-cultural communicator Erika Pagano en-GB will be the guest speaker. Now in its 30th en-GB year, the Democratic Womens Club en-GB scholarship program recognizes outstanding en-GB seniors for excellence in academics, en-GB involvement in school activities, dedication en-GB to community service, and commitment to en-GB Democratic principles. Six students will be en-GB awarded $1,000 scholarships as a result of en-GB this years event, which drew dozens of en-GB applicants from Vero Beach, Sebastian River en-GB and Indian River Charter high schools. en-GB Cost en-GB is $25 and reservations are required; emailen-GB en-GB DemLunch@aol.com.en-GB en-GB Birdies for Babies golf tournament:en-GB en-GB Held at Sandridge Golf Club, with a tee off en-GB time of 1 p.m. Fundraiser for the Dancing en-GB with Vero's Stars competition, which en-GB supports the Indian River County Healthy en-GB Start Coalition. Awards & dinner will be held en-GB at Filthy's Fine Cocktails & Beer immediately en-GB following the tournament. Free Pizza & Wings en-GB for all tournament participants along with a en-GB free draft Bud Light. Fees range from $20 to en-GB $400. Email John Kreger at en-GBJohn_Kreger@en-GB yahoo.comen-GB to reserve your tournament spot. en-GB For information on Dancing with Vero's Stars en-GB or the Healthy Start Coalition, call (772) 563-en-GB 9118 or visit en-GB www.irchealthystart.orgen-GB en-GB Surf Fishing workshop:en-GB 1-3:15 p.m., en-GB Sebastian Inlet State Park, 9700 Highway en-GB A1A, Melbourne Beach. Meet at the en-GB Sebastian Fishing Museum. Free (regular en-GB park admission applies). Discussion will en-GB focus on the basics of surf fishing. Learn the en-GB equipment for a productive surf fishing day, en-GB bait, more. Anglers should bring a pen or en-GB pencil and something to take notes on. en-GB Visit en-GB www.floridastateparks.org/park/Sebastian-en-GB Inleten-GB en-GB Patriot Classic Golf Tournament: en-GB Vero en-GB Beach Country Club, 1:30 p.m. shotgun en-GB start. Proceeds benefit the Patriot Athletic en-GB Program. en-GB Register by calling (772) 794-4655 en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 4 en-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 16

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en-USVERO BEACH John Flynn, a singer/en-US songwriter from Delaware often compared en-US to Woody Guthrie and Kris Kristofferson, en-US will headline an April 15 benefit for The en-US Oasis Project at The Heritage Center in en-US Vero Beach.en-US Mr. Flynn is a perfect fit for this benefit, en-US as he has spent his life working to help prisen-US -en-US oners and ex-prisoners, the very people The en-US Oasis Project seeks to help.en-US The Oasis Project is an effort led by en-US Wanda Hinton, Vice President of the Ecoen-US -en-US nomic Opportunity Council of Indian en-US River. It seeks to transform the old Oasis en-US Bar in Wabasso into transitional housing en-US and support for those who have completed en-US prison sentences.en-US Mr. Flynn has since 2004 volunteered at en-US Delawares maximum security state prison en-US as the lead facilitator of an inmate support en-US group. He founded a group called New en-US Beginnings to help released inmates transien-US-en-US tion to freedom.en-US Mr. Flynns long-time friend and occaen-US -en-US sional collaborator Kris Kristofferson has en-US called him an important artist whose work en-US in prisons, rehabs, and halfway houses is en-US distilled into the truth and the beauty of en-US heartfelt and heartwarming slices of life. en-US He has also performed with Arlo Guthrie en-US and Willie Nelson.en-US As for the community effort that will en-US benefit from the concert, volunteers are en-US now in the early stages of refurbishing the en-US Oasis Bar building, a local landmark.en-US The project is so dear to my heart and en-US the hearts of many of my volunteers, Ms. en-US Hinton told Hometown News. We do en-US believe in second chances. The concept of en-US this project is to give back to the communien-US-en-US ty and fix what is broken.en-US Ms. Hinton says the main goal is to focus en-US on the recently released prisoner so they en-US can assimilate back in society and become en-US positive and productive citizens. The puren-US -en-US pose is for each participant to obtain the en-US basic skills of daily living.en-US Participants will be required to take comen-US -en-US puter and cooking classes and work with en-US case management. The plan is for the housen-US-en-US ing to have a strict 7 p.m. curfew, with no en-US drugs, smoking, or alcohol allowed.en-US On the first floor, below the transitional en-US housing, will be a library, kitchen, recreen-US -en-US ation room, and cooking facilities. Ms. Hinen-US -en-US ton calls that part of the project the en-US Empowerment and Improvement Center.en-US The benefit concert at the Heritage Cenen-US-en-US ter in Vero Beach is technically a private en-US event, but you can attend by contacting en-US Indian River Arts & Concerts at en-US tshirt214@en-US aol.comen-US or (772) 528-1534.en-US Doors open at 5 p.m., opening act starts en-US at 6 p.m., and the event will end at about 8 en-US p.m. The Heritage Center is located at 2140 en-US 14th Ave, Vero Beach.en-US For more information about The Oasis en-US Project or to volunteer or donate, contact en-US Wanda Hinton, en-USwhinton@eocofirc.net.en-GBFRIDAY, APRIL 13en-GB en-GB Backstage Tours:en-GB 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., en-GB Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside Park en-GB Drive, Vero Beach. Tickets: $5, free for en-GB Members. Explore the back stage of en-GB Riverside Theatre with a guided tour of the en-GB various shops, stand on stage where the en-GB actors perform, and experience the history of en-GB Floridas largest professional theatre. en-GB For en-GB information, call (772) 231-6990 or visit en-GB www.riversidetheatre.com.en-GB en-GB Dance Composition Recital:en-GB 7 p.m., en-GB Wynne Black Box Theatre, IRSC main en-GB campus, 3209 Virginia Ave., Fort Pierce. en-GB IRSC student choreographers from the area en-GB present their final projects for the dance en-GB composition class, highlighting the skills and en-GB imaginations of beginning choreographers. en-GB Suitable for all ages. Tickets are $5. en-GB Contact en-GB the IRSC box office at (772) 462-4750 or en-GB emailen-GB boxoffice@irsc.edu. en-USFRIDAY, APRIL 13 SATURDAY, APRIL 14en-GB en-GB Howl at the Moon Experience: en-GB Shows en-GB are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Howl en-GB performances take place on the Waxlax en-GB Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside en-GB Park Drive, Vero Beach. More than a dueling en-GB pianos show, Howl at the Moon is a high-en-GB energy music show. Come sing, dance, and en-GB howl as the most talented musicians perform en-GB your favorite rock, pop, and dance hits from en-GB the 80s, 90s, and today. Local musicians en-GB will continue to perform on the free outdoor en-GB stage between Howl performances. Howl en-GB tickets: $22, $20, $18, $16. en-GB Call (772) 231-en-GB 6990 or visit en-GB www.riversidetheatre.com.en-GBFRIDAY, APRIL 13 SUNDAY, APRIL 15en-GB en-GB HO Model Train Display: en-GB Held at McKee 13600 U.S. 1 Sebastian, FL 32958 In the Roseland Plaza 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S (772) 581-5767 www.woodysbarbqsebastian.com Saturday Night Prime Rib Dinner Sun-Thurs 11am to 9pm, Fri & Sat from 11am to 9:30pm with choice of any two sides Catering Available $ 15 99 Early Bird Menu Available Mon-Fri from 3:00pm to 5:00pm 2 for 1 Happy Hour All Day, Every Day! For the Whole Family! Entertainment 730 S Fleming St., Sebastian, FL 32958 772-770-2710 | www.strikezonesebastian.comBowling | Laser Tag | Interactive Arcade | Full-Service Bar & Restaurant | Pool Tables | Darts | AND SO MUCH MORE! Live Music Every 2nd & 4th Friday Night Starting at 7:30pm Free Bingo At the bar every Wednesday 6-9pm MondayFriday 11am 4pm Buy one entree & get 2nd entree at 50% OFF Buy any entre at regular price & get a second entre of equal or lesser value 50% o. Exp 4/30/18 Happy Easter ARIES March 21/April 20 en-USAries, things may seem to be going smoothly en-US when something unexpected pops up out of en-US the blue. Thinking quickly will ensure you do en-US not miss a step.en-USTAURUS April 21/May 21en-USTaurus, you may want to help solve a problem en-US at work, but in this case, it might be best to let en-US others draw their own conclusions. Take a en-US step back.en-USGEMINI May 22/June 21en-USGemini, teamwork is the name of the game in en-US the days ahead. If you learn to work with othen-US -en-US ers, seemingly unsolvable problems can be en-US solved rather easily.en-USCANCER June 22/July 22en-USCancer, your performance at work is a topic of en-US discussion this week. Others recognition of en-US your hard work will provide a confidence en-US boost.en-USLEO July 23/Aug. 23en-USCommunication between you and close en-US friends this week is a breeze, Leo. You are able en-US to tackle quite a number of subjects and may en-US even plan a brief getaway trip.en-USVIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-USVirgo, your week starts out on solid footing. All en-US you need to do is maintain the status quo for en-US the next few days and things will progress in en-US the way that you expect.en-USLIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-USBe proud of the way you are able to remain en-US neutral in complex situations, Libra. This is en-US why others will come to you when they need en-US advice in the days ahead.en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-USScorpio, others may misinterpret your willingen-US-en-US ness to offer an opinion as intrusive. Reassure en-US them that you are just offering help, not trying en-US to pry.en-USSAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-USSagittarius, you are tempted to color outside en-USHoroscopesen-USJohn Flynn concert to benefit en-US transitional housing Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 12en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 12en-USFRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2018 en-US SEBASTIANen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 11en-USDining en-US &en-US Entertainment John Flynn en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com

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en-US 12 en-USthe lines and break all sorts of boundaries. But at en-US this juncture in time, it may be better to play en-US things a bit more moderately.en-USCAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-USCapricorn, if you are serious about your goals, you en-US have to hunker down this week and draw out a en-US plan. Seeing things in black and white will help en-US you set your course.en-USAQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-USAquarius, although it may seem foolish at this en-US point to scale back on your workload, doing so will en-US enable you to focus more intently on specific en-US details and do your best.en-USPISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-USPisces, dont be afraid to go off on your own this en-US week. Sometimes you need some time to think for en-US yourself to get into a zone. Available in Brevard County: Brassie Grille (at Aquarina) $10 for $5 2002 Restaurant $10 for $5 Mi Balconcito $10 for $5 Slack Tide Bar & Grill $20 for $10 UR Hospitality $10 for $5 (DeAngelos by the Sea and Jakes Crab Shack)As easy as 1...2....31. Choose Brevard County 3. Have them mailed to your home! HOT DEAL www.hometownnewsbrevard.com Watch for more sizzling deals! Featured of the Week from Hometown News 2002 Restaurant $10 for $5 SPRING SPECIAL e Best Kept Secret on the Space Coast 18 Hole Executive Course Call the Pro Shop for Information 772-664-3174 1225 Barefoot Bay Blvd Golf Course 2015 2015 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2016 2016 C H O I C E R E A D E R S 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S $35 Includes Golf, Cart, Sandwich & Drink Expires 4/30/18. Bring Coupon Good for 1 to 4 Players Not Valid with any other oer L F A G P T E GOOD FROM MON-FRI 7AM TO 2:00PM SAT & SUN 7AM TO 1:30PM. 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(Police, Sheriffs, Fire Fighters, EMT, Military) All day, ever day! 8685 US Hwy 1, Micco, FL. 772-228-8265 Weekly Comfort Food Menu Starting at $8.95 Saturday Nights Only fish & Shrimp Combo w/French Fries & Coleslaw$13.95 Air Conditioned Waterfront Dining Beer & Wine Dock & Dine Seafood, Steaks & More Hours: Mon-Thurs 11:30-8pm Fri-Sat 11:30-9pm Sun 11:30-8pm /Chubby Mullet Dock and Dine en-USPatrick and Rose Kiernan, from Lake Park-Port St en-US Lucie, took their copy of Hometown News to Cozuen-US -en-US mel, Mexico in March. Thanks for taking us along. en-USAre you a fan of the Hometown News? Well, we are inviting you to en-US take us along on your next adventure. en-US Each week, we will feature a different reader-submitted photo that showcases one en-US (or more) of our Treasure Coast residents reading the Hometown News in a unique en-US or exotic place. Whether you take a trip to the Grand Canyon or a cruise to the en-US Bahamas, bring your Hometown News with you and have someone snap a picture.en-US Email your photo (at least 1 MB in size) to en-US news@hometownnewsol.comen-US and include en-US your first and last name, the city you live in and the location/date of where the photo en-US was taken. Type TOURING WITH THE TOWNIES in the subject line.en-USTouring with the Townies en-USScopesen-USFrom page 11en-GB Botanical Garden, 350 US Highway 1, Vero en-GB Beach. Watch as replicas of long freight en-GB trains like the Union Pacific's Big Boy or the en-GB Norfolk and Western's Y6B roll along tracks en-GB through the mountainside, quarries, en-GB industrial city landscapes, a Florida pineapen-GB -en-GB ple plantation, coal mines and more. Hours en-GB on Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14 are en-GB 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and hours on Sunday, April en-GB 15 are noon to 4 p.m. General admission en-GB rates apply. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB www.en-GB mckeegarden.org.en-GBSATURDAY, APRIL 14en-GB en-GB Indian River STEAM Fest:en-GB 10 a.m.-4 en-GB p.m., IRC Intergenerational Recreation en-GB Center, 1590 9th St. SW, Vero Beach. STEAM en-GB Fest is about innovation, imagination and en-GB having K-12 students & their families explore en-GB the critical fields of Science, Technology, en-GB Engineering, Art, and Math in a fun, exciting en-GB and informal way with over 45 hands-on en-GB experiences, demonstrations, and activities. en-GB Mad Science Fire & Ice Shows at 10:30 a.m. en-GB and 2:30 p.m. STEAM Presentations at en-GB 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 en-GB p.m. and 2:30 pm. VIP Experience: Lunch en-GB with NASA astronaut and retired U.S. Navy en-GB captain Winston Scott. General Admission is en-GB $5 per person. Ages 3 and under are free. en-GB Lunch with an Astronaut is available for ages en-GB 5 and up, $35 per person. en-GBFor more en-GB information, call (772) 562-5904. Visit en-GB www.en-GB indianriversteamfest.com, en-GB or email: en-GBindianriven-GB -en-GB ersteamfest@gmail.com.en-GB en-GB Art By The River:en-GB Sebastian River Art en-GB Club exhibit original works for sale. Riverview en-GB Park, US Hwy. 1 & CR 512. Free Admission. en-GB 10 a.m.-4 p.m., rain day Sunday. en-GB For more en-GB information call Ken, (321) 348-4969.en-GB en-GB Treasure Coast Jazz Society:en-GB The John en-GB DePaola Quintet pays tribute to the Cannonen-GB -en-GB ball Adderly Quintet, 12:30 p.m., The Plaza, en-GB 884 17th St., Vero Beach. John DePaola en-GB brings a warm, improvisational approach to en-GB his trumpet performances. He has toured en-GB with Broadway musicals and symphony en-GB orchestras along with Ray Charles, Frank en-GB Sinatra Jr., and Tony Bennett. The Quintet en-GB features John on trumpet, Dave Mackenzie en-GB on alto sax, Chris Rottmayer on piano, Walt en-GB Hubbard on drums and Charlie Silva on bass. en-GB Net proceeds benefit a music scholarship. en-GB For more information, call (772) 234-4600 en-USOuten-USFrom page 11en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 15

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en-US 14 en-USFORT PIERCE An event that has been en-US ongoing to 14 years now is trading locations. en-US The 14th Annual Treasure Coast LGBT+ en-US PrideFest will be hosted on Sunday, April 15 en-US from noon to 6 p.m. and will be located this en-US year at River Walk Center, 600 N. Indian en-US River Drive in Fort Pierce after moving en-US from the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. en-US For a good span of years, we were over en-US there at the Civic Center, and last year we en-US started shopping around for venues, said en-US Pride of the Treasure Coast Treasurer Cory en-US Pfister. There have been a few years where en-US we were able to bring in some larger nationen-US -en-US al acts, and now were kind of hopping en-US around the Treasure Coast and trying to en-US share some of the love of PrideFest with en-US more people.en-US The first event was simply a pride picnic en-US for families, but it has grown into a huge en-US event that draws thousands throughout the en-US day. en-US It was just an event that was family en-US friendly and the first year there were 500 to en-US 600 people who showed up, so they saw a en-US good thing going and the next year they en-US started the first PrideFest, Mr. Pfister said. en-US Since then, weve just been getting better en-US and better every year. Now, weve had years en-US where weve had 4,500 people.en-US There will be a host of entertainment en-US throughout the day, including live music en-US and live entertainment, such as male and en-US female impersonators. Some of the live en-US music acts will include The Humdingers, en-US Jennell Eve and The Little Things, with live en-US entertainment provided by Kelli Randell, en-US Shelita Taylor, Dominique Taylor, Ashley en-US Peterson and Shantell DCarlo. en-US Mr. Pfister added that the event will posen-US-en-US sibly be hosted at different venues each year, en-US and Pride of the Treasure Coast also would en-US like to expand into Martin or Indian River en-US counties somewhere down the road.en-US Its a day where people can enjoy a day of en-US music, craft vendors and this year we are en-US expanding to two different stages one will en-US have three different local bands and the secen-US-en-US ond stage will have DJ Joshua Atom and en-US many of male and female impersonators, en-US Mr. Pfister said. Right now we have over 50 en-US vendors and its just a good get-together.en-US The new Riverwalk Park will be a beautien-US -en-US ful location for this family friendly event. en-US Now more than ever the community is in en-US need of events like this to bring together en-US persons of all walks of life, said Chrissy en-US Piatkowski, President of Pride of the Treaen-US-en-US sure Coast, Inc. through a press release. en-US All proceeds from the event go back into en-US the Treasure Coast community in the form en-US of donations, support and events that proen-US -en-US mote positive social advancement of the en-US local LGBTQIA community. While the en-US organization did not start this annual event, en-US Pride of the Treasure Coast was created in en-US 2008 and took the reins of the event and ran en-US with it.en-US Vendors en-US will range en-US from food and en-US beverage, arts en-US and crafts and en-US commercial en-US goods to politen-US-en-US ical and relien-US -en-US gious groups, en-US the press en-US release added. en-US While adult en-US beverages will en-US be available, en-US this is a family en-US friendly event en-US and entertainen-US-en-US ment will be en-US held to a high en-US standard of en-US conduct.en-US Beverages en-US will be providen-US -en-US ed by Bottoms en-US Up Beverage en-US and there will en-US be dozens of en-US local craft and en-US food vendors on hand for people to sample. en-US The event is free and open to the public and en-US for convenience there are several nearby en-US parking lots and city garages for attendees. en-US Sponsors include Seacoast National Bank, en-US Jensen Beach Community Church, Tropien-US-en-US cana/PepsiCo, among en-US others. en-US For more information about Treasure en-US Coast PrideFest 2018, please visit en-US http://en-US www.prideofthetreasurecoast.org/pridefen-US -en-US est-2018. The perfect gift for a fun evening with friends See all available gift certificates at:www.HometownNewsIRC.com Gift Certificates50% OFFSave BIG On Local Favorites Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! 150277 (MAIN) Treasure Coast PrideFest relocates to Fort en-USPierce to spread the loveen-USBy Gaylon Parkeren-USgparker@hometownnewsol.com Rianna en-USPetrone, a en-US performer en-US from West en-US Palm Beach, en-US takes center en-US stage during en-US Pride of the en-US Treasure en-US Coast, Inc. en-US 10th annual en-US Pridefest at en-US the Port St. en-US Lucie Civic en-US Center on en-US April 2014.en-USfile photo

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en-US 15 Answers Located in the Classied Section VERO BEACH To celebrate National en-USPoetry Month, three acclaimed and unique en-US women poets will read some of their work at en-US the Laura Riding Jackson Foundations 8th en-US Annual Poetry and Barbeque Sunday, April en-US 15.en-US The fundraiser takes place at the historic en-US Laura Riding Jackson home on the grounds en-US of the Environmental Learning Center. The en-US home is the only Florida Cracker house en-US open to the public in Indian River County. en-US The term Florida Cracker refers to coloen-US -en-US nial-era Florida settlers and their descenen-US -en-US dants.en-US National Poetry Month is widely considen-US -en-US ered to be the largest annual literary celebraen-US -en-US tion in the world. Millions of readers, stuen-US -en-US dents, teachers, librarians, and writers use en-US the commemoration each April to highlight en-US the contributions of poets, their work, and en-US their place in the broader culture.en-US The Jackson Foundation event, called en-US Beyond Water and Walls, features poetry en-US readings by Naomi Shihab Nye, Peggy Ann en-US Tartt, Analicia Sotelo. Each is a well-known en-US recipient of numerous honors.en-US As part of the barbeque, the Laura Riding en-US Jackson Foundation is selling tickets for a en-US raffle basket that includes Poetry and Spirits en-US for six guests at Sextons Treasure Hammock en-US Ranch Fireside Terrace, autographed volen-US -en-US umes of the presenting poets work, a signed en-US Broadside and Poetry volume by Sean Sexen-US-en-US ton, and treats.en-US There will also be a silent auction, readen-US -en-US ings from young local poets, and music.en-US The mission of the Laura Riding Jackson en-US Foundation is to preserve and the home of en-US the late poet and author, and to promote en-US programs that nurture a passion for writing en-US and reading. The foundation presents teen en-US and adult writing workshops at its recently en-US opened Writing Center at 1914 14th Ave. in en-US downtown Vero Beach.en-US The 8th Annual Poetry and Barbeque en-US fundraiser takes place Sunday, April 15, 3-7 en-US p.m. The Jackson Foundation home is locaten-US -en-US ed at the Environmental Learning Center, en-US 255 Live Oak Drive, Vero Beach.en-US Barbeque tickets cost $25. Raffle tickets en-US cost $10 each or three for $25.en-US For more information or to purchase baren-US -en-US beque or raffle tickets, visit en-US www.lauraridingen-US-en-US jackson.com en-US or call (772) 569-6718. en-USCelebrate poetry with barbeque at ELC Naomi Shihab Nye en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-GBor visit en-GB www.tcjazzsociety.com en-GB or email en-GB tcjazzsociety@gmail.com.en-GB en-GB NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet:en-GB 6:30 en-GB p.m., Gifford Community Center, 4855 43rd en-GB Ave., Vero Beach. The Freedom Fund en-GB Banquet is the Indian River County NAACP's en-GB major annual fundraiser. It is used to en-GB recognize people who have made significant en-GB contributions to the local NAACP Branch and en-GB community. Live music by James Broxton. en-GB $45 donation per person. en-GBFor more informaen-GB-en-GB tion or to purchase tickets, ad space or en-GB sponsorships, call Anthony Brown, (404) en-GB 771-3575.en-GBSUNDAY, APRIL 15en-GB en-GB Jackie Robinson Celebration Game:en-GB en-GB Fifth annual celebration of the date in which en-GB baseball legend Jackie Robinson broke the en-GB color barrier in Major League Baseball. The en-GB game will begin at 1:42 p.m., Historic en-GB Dodgertown (Holman Stadium), 3901 26th en-GB Street, Vero Beach. The St. Lucie Mets will en-GB play the Dunedin Blue Jays. Tickets are $6 en-GB each until April 12 and $8 on April 13-15 en-GB (when they will be available only at Historic en-GB Dodgertown). This game usually sells out; en-GB tickets in advance are strongly recommenden-GB -en-GB ed. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB www.en-GB unitedwayirc.org/civicrm/event/en-GB info?id=9&reset=1 en-GB en-GB Treasure Coast PrideFest:en-GB 14th annual en-GB event will be held from noon to 6 p.m., River en-GB Walk Center, 600 N. Indian River Drive, Fort en-GB Pierce. Enjoy live music, live entertainment, en-GB food and craft vendors, tasty beverages, en-GB games, and more. Free admission, public is en-GB welcome. en-GB For more information, visit en-GB www.en-GB prideofthetreasurecoast.org.en-GB en-GB Tea Around the World:en-GB Benefit for en-GB Treasure Health's Pediatric Care Program, en-GB which enhances the quality of life for children en-GB with a chronic or serious illness, and their en-GB families. Enjoy lunch and traditional and en-GB exotic teas from around the world, plus en-GB raffles, an international fashion show, silent en-GB auction, and photo booth. WIll be held from en-GB 1-3 p.m., Pelican Yacht Club, 1120 Seaway en-GB Drive, Fort Pierce. (Doors open at 12:30 en-GB p.m.) Tickets are $50 for adults, $25 for en-GB children (age 16 and younger.) Register en-GB online at en-GB treasurehealth.org/event/tea-en-GB around-world.en-GB en-GB For more information or to en-GB RSVP, contact Agnes Palmer at (772) 403-en-GB 4574 or en-GBapalmer@treasurehealth.org.en-GB en-GB Vero Beach Chamber Orchestra en-GB concert: en-GB 2 p.m., James A. Sammons en-GB Auditorium at the Vero Beach High School en-USOuten-USFrom page 12 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 16

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en-US 16 en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting a en-US photo of your most recent catch straight from local waters.en-US Email a photo of you with your fish that is at least 1 MB or 300 dpi in size en-US to news@hometownnewsol.com. en-US Write CATCH OF THE WEEK in the subject line, and in the body of the email, en-US please include the following information:en-US Your nameen-US City you live inen-US Age (if 18 or younger)en-US Type of fishen-US Approximate size of fishen-US Area you caught the fishen-US Phone number in case we have questions (will not be printed)en-USNice en-US Catch! Ray Fender, from en-USFellsmere, caught en-US and released this en-US 6.94 pounds, 26-inch en-US Largemouth Bass in en-US Lake Kissimmee en-US using 7 Black-blue en-US stick bait. (Picture en-US taken March 17.) en-GBor email en-GBinfo@mastersvb.org. en-USSATURDAY, APRIL 14 SUNDAY, APRIL 15en-GB en-GB Indian River Nautical Flea Market and en-GB Fishing Show: en-GB 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Indian River en-GB Fairgrounds, 7955 58th Ave. Vero Beach. en-GB Displays and commercial marine vendors will en-GB fill the air conditioned expo center and open en-GB air pavilion. Local boat dealers will be on en-GB hand, and private individuals and marine en-GB related businesses will be selling new and en-GB used marine equipment, marine antiques, en-GB new and used boats, fishing tackle, diving en-GB gear, marine artwork. Free parking. en-GB Visit en-GB www.FLNauticalFleaMarket.com.en-GBMONDAY, APRIL 16en-GB en-GB Craft Days:en-GB 4-5 p.m., third Monday of en-GB the month through December 2018, en-GB Brackett Library, 6155 College Lane, Vero en-GB Beach. Make and take craft projects for en-GB adults. New project each month, supplies en-GB provided. No registration is required. en-GB Call en-GB Hollie at (772) 226-3080.en-GB en-GB Master Gardeners Series: en-GB The Master en-GB Gardeners will host a series of Florida en-GB Friendly Landscaping programs on the first en-GB and third Monday at the Main Library, 1600 en-GB 21st Street, Vero Beach, starting at 5:30 en-GB p.m. Gardening is Americas most popular en-GB pastime, especially for Floridians, who enjoy en-GB longer periods of warm weather, perfect for en-GB gardening. Learn about different techniques en-GB to grow your lawn or plants to their best en-GB ability. A variety of topics will be discussed en-GB each session with time to dig into questions en-GB & answers. Programs are open to all ages, so en-GB bring the family along. en-GB For more information, en-GB call Marla at (772) 770-5060, ext. 4121.en-USTUESDAY, APRIL 17en-US en-US Barefoot Bay Health Fair:en-US 10 a.m. to 1 en-US p.m., Building A, Barefoot Bay Community en-US Center, 625 Barefoot Bay Blvd. Produced by en-US community health and senior organizations, en-US the fair is free and open to the public. There en-US will be free food samples, refreshments, en-US giveaways and door prizes, plus educational en-US and interactive displays and a variety of free en-US screenings including blood pressure, en-US memory, and hearing tests. Representatives en-US include government agencies, primary care, en-US home health, long-term care, Medicare and en-US more. Admission, health screenings, and en-US parking are all free. en-US For more information en-US call (321) 773-1454.en-USTHURSDAY, APRIL 19en-GB en-GB MSVB Quarterly Networking Breaken-GB-en-GB fast:en-GB 8-9 a.m. en-GBCall (772) 643-6782, email en-GB info@mainstreetverobeach.org, en-GB or visit en-GB www.en-GB mainstreetverobeach.org.en-US en-US Laugh and Learn:en-US Third Thursdays, at en-US 10:30 a.m., North Indian River County en-US Library, 1001 Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian. en-US Free. en-US For more information contact (772) en-US 713-6030,en-US PlanBsolutions@comcast.net.en-US en-US Vero Beach Elks Lodge sends cookies en-US to soldiers:en-US Homemade or store-bought en-US cookies may be dropped off at 10 a.m. on en-US the third Thursday of every month. Money en-US donations for shipping costs are also en-US appreciated. Bring cookies to Vero Beach en-US Elks Lodge 1774, 1350 26th St. Vero Beach.en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 10en-USSEBASTIAN In celebration of National en-US Emergency Medical Service (EMS) week, en-US Steward Health Care System will host its en-US First National EMS Stewards of the Comen-US -en-US munity Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, en-US May 23 at the Melbourne Hilton Rialto. en-US Steward, which operates three local hosen-US -en-US pitals, including Melbourne Regional Medien-US-en-US cal Center, Rockledge Regional Medical en-US Center and Sebastian River Medical Center, en-US will recognize several Emergency Medical en-US Services providers for going above and en-US beyond in their interactions with patients en-US at each of Stewards community hospitals. en-US To nominate an EMS provider in your comen-US -en-US munity for an EMS Stewards of the Comen-US -en-US munity award, visit http://info.steward.org/en-US emsaward2018-FL.html. Nominations must en-US be received by Friday, April 27, 2018. en-US EMS providers are on the front lines of en-US health care delivery, often helping patients en-US when every second counts, said Brenden en-US Hayden, Director of EMS at Steward Health en-US Care. We encourage all members of the en-US Steward family to nominate outstanding en-US EMS providers in their community to thank en-US them for their lifesaving work. en-US The EMS Stewards of the Community en-US awards show appreciation for emergency en-US medical responders and dispatchers, emeren-US -en-US gency medical technicians, advanced emer en-US-en-US gency medical technicians and paramedics en-US who not only carry out the noble work of en-US caring for others, but do so with a high en-US degree of expertise, professionalism and en-US compassion. An internal committee of phyen-US -en-US sicians, nurses and EMS Managers will en-US review nominations and select recipients for en-US each of the Steward hospitals. en-US About Steward Health Care Steward en-US Health Care, the largest for-profit private en-US hospital operator in the United States, is a en-US physician-led health care services organizaen-US -en-US tion committed to providing the highest en-US quality of care in the communities where en-US patients live. Steward operates 39 communien-US -en-US ty hospitals in the United States and the en-US country of Malta, that regularly receive top en-US awards for quality and safety. The company en-US employs approximately 40,000 health care en-US professionals. The Steward network includes en-US more than 25 urgent care centers, 42 preen-US-en-US ferred skilled nursing facilities, substantial en-US behavioral health services, over 7,300 beds en-US under management, and approximately 1.5 en-US million full risk covered lives through the en-US companys managed care and health insuren-US -en-US ance services. The total number of paneled en-US lives within Stewards integrated care neten-US-en-US work is projected to reach 3 million in 2018. en-US Stewards unique health care service deliven-US-en-US ery model leverages technology, innovation, en-US and care coordination to keep patients en-US healthier. With a culture that prioritizes en-US agility, resourcefulness, and continuous en-US improvement, Steward is recognized as one en-US of the worlds leading accountable care orgaen-US -en-US nizations. en-US The Steward Health Care Network en-US includes thousands of physicians who help en-US to provide more than 12 million patient en-US encounters per year. Steward Medical en-US Group, the companys employed physician en-US group, provides more than 4 million patient en-US encounters per year. The Steward Hospital en-US Group operates hospitals in Malta and states en-US across the U.S. including Arizona, Arkansas, en-US Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Massachuen-US-en-US setts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Utah. en-USSteward Healthcare to host EMS awardsen-USFor Hometown Newsen-USnewsfp@hometownnewsol.comen-USSteward now accepting en-US nominations for en-US exceptional EMS providersen-GBPerforming Arts Center, 1707 16th Street, en-GB Vero Beach. Piano Concerto No. 2 by Camille en-GB Saint-Saens, featuring Dr. Marcos Daniel en-GB Flores, will be performed. Free, donations en-GB are encouraged. The Vero Beach Chamber en-GB Orchestra is composed of an assortment of en-GB local musicians, ranging from high school en-GB students to seasoned professionals. en-GB Call en-GB Ginger Lagemann at (772) 562-6125 or visit en-GB www.verobeachchamberorchestra.org.en-GB en-GB 'Love Changes Everything:'en-GB Presented en-GB by Theatre-Go-Round Dinner Theatre at The en-GB Quilted Giraffe Restaurant, 500 South U.S. 1, en-GB Vero Beach. A tribute to Andrew Lloyd en-GB Webber at his romantic best. Dinner is en-GB served at 4:30 p.m. with show at 6. Dinner en-GB theatre packages include three course en-GB gourmet dinner, show, tax and gratuity at en-GB $65 per person. en-GB For more information, call en-GB (772) 252-9341 or visit en-GB www.theatreen-GB -en-GB gorounddinnertheatre.com.en-GB en-GB Indian River Arts and Concert:en-GB 7 pm. en-GB The Heritage Center, 2140 14th Avenue, en-GB Vero Beach. en-GBVisiten-GB www.veroheritage.org or en-GB facebook.com/VeroHeritage.en-GBMONDAY, APRIL 16en-GB en-GB Symphonic Band Masterpieces:en-GB en-GB featuring the Symphony, Philharmonic and en-GB Symphonic Concert Bands. 7 p.m., Vero en-GB Beach Performing Arts Center, 1707 16th en-GB Street, Vero Beach. en-GB Call (772) 564-5537 or en-GB visit en-GB www.VeroBeachPerformingArts.com.en-USTUESDAY, APRIL 17en-GB en-GB 'Grease' party:en-GB 5 p.m., Brackett Library, en-GB IRSC Mueller Campus, 6155 College Lane, en-GB Vero Beach. Enjoy games, trivia, music, and en-GB more, plus a screening of this classical en-GB musical. Free program. en-GB Call Hollie at (772) en-GB 226-3080 for more information.en-GBTHURSDAY, APRIL 19en-GB en-GB Concerts in the Park:en-GB 5-7 p.m., en-GB sculpture park outside the Vero Beach en-GB Museum of Art, 3001 Riverside Park Drive, en-GB Vero Beach. Featuring Don Bestor. $10 memen-GB -en-GB ber & $12 non-member. Held rain or shine. en-GB For more information, call (772) 231-0707 en-GB or visiten-GB www.verobeachmuseum.org.en-GB en-GB 'A Musical Journey through Florida:' en-GB en-GB Presented by Chris Kahl at 6 p.m., Main en-GB Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. Join en-GB us for a presentation in folk-style that en-GB consists of songs and stories that highlight en-GB the history and culture of Florida. Free and en-GB open to the public. en-GBCall Hollie at (772) en-GB 226-3080 for more information.en-GB en-GB Starlight & Sneakers Garden Party: en-GB Fourth annual benefit for The Arc of Indian en-GB River County. Rock City Gardens, 6-9:30 p.m. en-GB Enjoy delectable hors douvres and cocktails en-GB under the stars in a beautiful setting with en-GB buffet catered by Elizabeth Kennedy and en-GB entertainment by the fabulous Gypsy Lane en-GB Band. $175 per person. en-GBCall Noreen at (772) en-GB 584-9511 or visiten-GB arcir.org.en-USFor complete Out & About listings, go to en-US www.hometownnewsirc.com/calendar en-USOuten-USFrom page 15

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