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en-US 1 SEBASTIAN, GRANTVALKARIA, MI CCO FELLSMERE Vol. 15, No. 37 www.HometownNewsIRC.com en-USFriday, June 1, 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 6-30-18(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-GBSATURDAY, JUNE 2en-GB en-GB Free Admission Day:en-GB 9 en-GB a.m. to noon, Environmental en-GB Learning Center, 255 Live en-GB Oak Drive, Vero Beach. First en-GB Saturday every month. en-GB For en-GB more information, call (772) en-GB 589-5050 or visit en-GB discoven-GB -en-GB erELC.org.en-GBSUNDAY, JUNE 3en-GB en-GB Animal Disaster en-GB Responder Training:en-GB 10 en-GB a.m.-3 p.m. $45. Learn how en-GB to help animals during and en-GB after disasters. Humane en-GB Society of Vero Beach and en-GB Indian River County, 6230 en-GB 77th St., Vero Beach. en-GBFor en-GB more information, call (772) en-GB 388-3331.en-USMONDAY, JUNE 4 en-US FRIDAY, JULY 27en-GB en-GB Environmental Learning en-GB Center Summer Camps:en-GB en-GB Various camps offered June en-GB 4-July 27, for Pre-Kindergaren-GB -en-GB ten through 8th grade, on en-GB Wabasso Island in the Indian en-GB River Lagoon. The ELC is en-GB located at 255 Live Oak en-GB Drive, Vero Beach. en-GBFor more en-GB information, call Naturalist en-GB Sarah Christopherson, (772) en-GB 589-5050 x 108, or visit en-GB www.discoverelc.org/en-GB summer-camps.html.en-USCommunity en-US Calendar en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY Florida Power en-US & Light Company announced that the Blue en-US Cypress Solar Energy Center in Indian River en-US County and the Loggerhead Solar Energy Center en-US in St. Lucie County started producing power as of en-US early March. en-US Thanks in part to this increased solar power en-US generation, FPL says customers will immediately en-US see a decrease in their bills of approximately $3.35 en-US per month for a typical 1,000-kWh residential en-US customer.en-US The decrease is not due exclusively to the solar en-US plants. In another cost-saving and pro-environen-US-en-US ment move, in January FPL retired the St. Johns en-US River Power Park, the largest of three coal-fired en-US plants FPL is phasing out.en-US We are committed to advancing affordable en-USSolar paying dividends en-US for FPL customers en-USSebastian en-US doubles en-US stormen-US water fees en-USSEBASTIAN The Sebastian City en-US Council voted May 9 to raise stormwater en-US fees.en-US According to the city, the purpose of en-US the resolution that the council adopted en-US unanimously is to generate an additionen-US -en-US al $1,000,000 for the Sebastian Stormen-US -en-US water Utility Fund by increasing the en-US Equivalent Residential Unit fee from $5 en-US per month to $10 per month, doubling en-US total stormwater revenues to $2,000,000. en-US The increase is due to a need to stabilize en-US the stormwater fund balance, generate en-US additional revenue which will help the en-US city continue stormwater maintenance en-US programs, replace equipment, and preen-US-en-US pare for future capital investment.en-US This increase will be effective en-US throughout the corporate limits of the en-US City of Sebastian. The stormwater fee is en-US collected by the Indian River Tax Colen-US-en-US lector on the annual tax bill. Failure to en-US pay the assessment will cause a tax ceren-US -en-US tificate to be issued against the property en-US which, the city warned, may result in a en-US loss of title.en-US In arguing for the increase, City Manen-US -en-US ager Joe Griffin said Sebastian has fallen en-US behind on major stormwater projects. en-US He said doubling the stormwater fee en-US would, over time, pay for a potential $18 en-US million seawall project.en-US Mr. Griffin added that if there is a seaen-US-en-US wall failure, it would take about two en-US years to receive permit approval and ten en-US years to replace the seawall. If council en-USBeachside dining en-USSeeen-US en-US SOLARen-US page 9 Anthony Inswasty/staff photographer en-USPeter, Jasmine and 17 month old Maeve Keefe enjoy a meal on the beach at en-US this years lionfish cook-off. en-US See more photos, page 4.en-USSeeen-US en-US STORMen-US page 7en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com LOOKING FOR A HOME 7 en-USWould you like to meet a en-US friendly, playful, cuddly en-US cat? Visit the Humane en-US Society en-USMEET AUGGIE en-USCATCH 13en-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 15en-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-USHurricane season has en-US begun, make sure you en-US plan ahead! For advice, en-US read our guide online at en-US www.hometownnewsirc.en-US com/special/ en-USLOOK ONLINEen-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 7 en-USINDEX Classified 17 Crossword en-US16 Horoscopes en-US11 Out & About 11 Police Report en-US5 Viewpoint en-US6

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en-US 3 en-USINDIAN RIVER COUNTY Residents en-US packed the Indian River County School en-US Board meeting on May 22, most opposing en-US the superintendents decision to stop paying en-US for busing to after school programs at Gifen-US -en-US ford Youth Achievement Center, Dasie en-US Bridgewater Hope Center, and the Boys & en-US Girls Clubs.en-US A letter sent from the school district to en-US the leadership of those organizations read, en-US in part, Students that are currently particien-US -en-US pating in your program will continue to be en-US provided transportation through the end of en-US the current school year, however, once the en-US annual agreement expires at the end of the en-US 2017-2018 school year, courtesy rides will en-US no longer be provided. Please accept this leten-US-en-US ter as timely notification of the school disen-US -en-US tricts decision to non-renew the transportaen-US -en-US tion agreement.en-US According to figures provided by Jennifer en-US Idlette, the school districts Transportation en-US Director, the annual amounts in question en-US include roughly $8,800 for Dasie Hope, en-US $27,350 for GYAC, $8,550 for the Vero en-US Beach Boys & Girls Club, $19,800 for the en-US Sebastian Boys & Girls Club, and $14,165 en-US for the Fellsmere Boys & Girls Club. The en-US annual total for the estimated 268 students en-US using the bus service is about $78,670.en-US When the school board meeting began at en-US 6 p.m., the room was packed with parents, en-US teachers, and nonprofit representatives who en-US wanted to speak and had filled out speaker en-US cards. Board discussion of this item began at en-US about 7 p.m., with public input not starting en-US until after 9 p.m., well after many hopeful en-US speakers had left, unheard.en-US School Board member Laura Zorc en-US appeared as the momentary hero of the en-US nonprofit groups, receiving praise from en-US speaker after speaker for meeting with them en-US and seeking a solution that would continue en-US the busing.en-US Superintendent Dr. Mark Rendell said en-US that the free transportation to the nonprofen-US -en-US its had been identified by Ms. Idlette as a en-US potential area for savings. Dr. Rendell said en-US that Ms. Idlette had informed the three nonen-US -en-US profits last spring that the district would no en-US longer be able to provide this service at no en-US cost.en-US Before this decision is finalized by the en-US superintendent and the director of transen-US-en-US portation, I wanted us to have a board disen-US -en-US cussion of the cause and effects of the en-US defunding of the nonprofit transportation en-US courtesy stops, Ms. Zorc said.en-US After carefully looking into the cause and en-US effects of this cut, I am hopeful that we can en-US collectively seek other options for savings en-US and cuts with lesser impact on students. I en-US ask that we completely abandon the idea of en-US defunding the nonprofit transportation as en-US an option.en-US Ms. Zorc then outlined the important en-US benefits to the community of all three nonen-US -en-US profits.en-US Long-term, is this budget cut worth the en-US price? she asked. For our at risk students, en-US making the dream work means the entire en-US community coming together in partneren-US -en-US ship.en-US Ms. Zorc added that providing courtesy en-US transportation to these nonprofits after en-US school, providing mentoring, tutoring, and en-US after school supervision in a safe, loving, en-US and learning environment, was an example en-US of the board and school system playing its en-US part. She said the $78,000 was a small price en-US to pay for the immeasurable amount of lifeen-US -en-US long benefits our students are receiving, en-US adding that the three organizations have a en-US combined waiting list of nearly 200 stuen-US -en-US dents, who they cant serve due to lack of en-US funding.en-US Adam Bollinger, Chairman of GYAC, said en-US that when Ms. Idlette presented the figures en-US to the group, she said take it or leave it. en-US There is no conversation about this, it is en-US just being jammed down our throat, Mr. en-US Bollinger said. Mrs. Zorc is the only one en-US who has decided to actually meet with us en-US and talk about these things.en-US Anthony Brown, head of the Indian River en-US County NAACP, seized on a discussion en-US from earlier in the evening about the disen-US -en-US tricts legal fees. Referring to the ongoing en-US lawsuit over school desegregation and other en-US incomplete mandates from the federal en-US court, Mr. Brown said Youre close to a milen-US -en-US lion dollars playing with me but youre cryen-US -en-US ing over $78,000.en-US Youre talking about 12 years youve had en-US this contract (where the nonprofits were en-US supposed to be charged), Mr. Brown said. en-US Im talking about 50 years youve had a en-US contract you didnt live up to. So lets not en-US play this game.en-US Dasie Hope, GYAC, and Boys and Girls en-US Clubs take care of the least of our children. en-US Your school board would not be doing as en-US well as it is doing academically and socially en-US without these programs. You owe them. en-US This is socially wrong, economically wrong, en-US spiritually wrong.en-US Elizabeth Thomason, Executive Director en-US of the Boys & Girls Club of Indian River en-USCounty, said her organization has had a very en-US positive relationship with the school disen-US-en-US trict.en-US We provide an extension of the school en-US day by helping children complete their en-US homework and participate in quality proen-US-en-US gramming with caring staff and volunteers, en-US Ms. Thomason said, listing many benefits of en-US their programs to the performance of stuen-US -en-US dents in school.en-US We provide this service to the children en-US who need us most, including hiring a full en-US time career counselor to work with at-risk en-US high school youth, to supplement what she en-US said were overworked and understaffed en-US guidance counselors. Ms. Thomason said en-US their goal was to help kids graduate on time en-US and with a plan for the future. Charging us en-US for transportation will diminish our ability en-US to provide quality programs. In the upcomen-US -en-US ing school year we are providing a rent-free en-US place for the school district to work with en-US suspended students, despite the cost that we en-US will incur. We have no intention of passing en-US these costs along to you, because we see you en-US as a partner.en-US As the agenda item was a discussion en-US item and not an action item, no vote was en-US taken, meaning that the superintendents en-US decision to start charging the three organien-US -en-US zations for bus service will take effect with en-US the beginning of the next school year. FREE ESTIMATES!!! Repair Specialists Metal Roof Experts Fast Free Roofing Inspections & Estimates 772-208-3697GOT LEAKS? 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en-US 4 AREA'S BEST BUSINESS REVIEW Presented by: Metro News All Rights Reserved. 1-918-234-7768Spending more and buying less? Maybe you should be shopping at WALMART in Sebastian, where your dollar goes a lot further! Conveniently located at 2001 US-1. phone (772) 589-8528 ; this full line department store offers something that most other stores cant compete with the areas very lowest prices on EVERYTHING Food to feed your family, toys to entertain your children, school supplies, sporting goods, tools, and auto accessories. Nearly every little thing you can think of! Most regular retail department stores feature full retail prices. At WALMART, this is not the case! Here you get the service you want, the quality you look for, and prices you can afford! Open 24 hours, they can meet all of your needs at any given time day or night. If youre shopping for appliances or furniture, WALMART offers you the kind of quality you deserve. We, the editors of this 2018 Area's Best Business Review offer this suggestion to the people in our area: So, whether or not you need a big grocery shopping trip, get your tire changed or pick-up a prescription, do what smart shoppers domake WALMART your one-stop shopping headquarters for the best products, the largest selection and the ultimate in everyday bargains! Delivery & Installation Nails, Naturally!An American Nail Studio 307 Barefoot Blvd., Suite 1 Barefoot Bay 772-388-7698Makes a Great Fathers Day Giftwww.nailsnaturally.org | naturalmanipedi@yahoo.;com DE-FEET Your Callous!By Appointment onlyCallous Eliminating Pedi or Single TreatmentJUNE SPECIAL SAVE $5! Full Pedi: $35 Single Treatment: $13 CALL TODAY Without the use of blades, cheese graters or drills, this delicate, safe and pleasant treatment completely removes cracked, hard calloused skin giving an extraordinary softness to your feet! Above: en-US Non-native fish & en-US wildlife biologist Kelly en-US Gestring demonstrates en-US anatomy and proper en-US cleaning of lionfish en-US during this years Sebasen-US-en-US tian Lionfish Festival.en-US Right:en-US Colette Carey en-US picks up a dish from en-US Cobalt restaurants table en-US at the annual Sebastian en-US Lionfish Festival.en-USPhotos by Anthony Inswastyen-US staff photographer The third annual Sebastian en-USLionfish Festival kicked off en-US last Sunday at Captain en-US Hirams Sand Bar on the en-US Indian River. Eventgoers were en-US treated to a Lionfish Cook-off en-US by six restaurants, live music en-US from The Day After, and eduen-US-en-US cational demonstrations on en-US the invasive species by Florien-US -en-US da Fish & Wildlife Conservaen-US -en-US tion Commission experts. en-USTasty, dangerous fishen-USChef en-US Alejandro en-US Wong of en-US The Wave en-US restaurant en-US at Costa d en-US Este cooks en-US up his en-US version of en-US Lionfish at en-US this years en-US Sebastian en-US Lionfish en-US Festival.

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en-US 5 en-USArrests listed were made May 14 through en-US May 20en-USIndian River County en-US Sheriffs Officeen-USBrian Leonard Williams, 35, 6420 86th en-US Lane, Vero Beach, attempted murder, failure en-US to appear.en-US Jamal Levon Riggins Jr., 19, 764 5th Place, en-US Vero Beach, first degree murder, five counts en-US attempted murder, possession firearm/en-US ammo/electric device by convicted felon, en-US shoot or throw deadly missile, violation of en-US probation.en-US Jonathon Devon Clark Baker, 33, 4655 en-US 32nd Ave., Vero Beach, driving with license en-US suspended, habitual offender.en-US Steven Carlisle, 22, no address given, kiden-US -en-US nap imprisonment.en-US Donald Edward Anglin, 36, 1285 12th en-US Court, Vero Beach, burglary dwelling/en-US structure/conveyance with assault and baten-US -en-US tery.en-US Corrine Shonte Lydia Hall, 32, 4835 38th en-US Circle, Vero Beach, possession controlled en-US substance.en-US Kaylie Elizabeth Wilmot, 27, 116 14th en-US Ave., Vero Beach, possession controlled en-US substance without prescription.en-US Sarah A. Ladouceur, 36, 802 Concord St., en-US Vero Beach, fraudulent use of credit card, en-US second degree petit theft.en-US Sunshine Laura Beatty, 30, homeless, posen-US -en-US session of controlled substance without preen-US -en-US scription.en-US Nathalie Naitai Desouza, 26, 20806 109th en-US Ave., Queens Village, N.Y., failure to appear.en-US Solomon Joseph Russ, 17, no address en-US given, lewd or lascivious act.en-US Conner Thomas Ruf, 18, 641 Lawson St., en-US Sebastian, delivery of controlled substance.en-US Robert Jay Summerall, 53, 1654 26th en-US Ave., Vero Beach, flee and elude.en-US Matthew Dean Suriano, 21, 430 12th en-US Road, Vero Beach, possession of marijuana en-US over 20 grams, possession THC, possession en-US with intent to sell or deliver.en-US Christopher M. Lahanse, 38, 3735 W. en-US New Haven Ave., Melbourne, two counts en-US failure to appear.en-US Lakeria Antawanette Leonard, 17, 101 en-US Dahl Ave., Sebastian, sale, manufacture, en-US delivery, or possession with intent to sell, en-US manufacture, or deliver Buprenorphine, en-US trafficking cocaine.en-US Darius Danard Reynolds, 28, 4346 45th en-US Ave., Vero Beach, petit theft.en-US Ronald Charles Deel, 56, 1015 Commerce en-US Ave., Vero Beach, sex offender failure to en-US register.en-US Brian Kenneth Russell, 24, 1263 Wateren-US -en-US way Dr., Barefoot Bay, battery domestic vioen-US -en-US lence by strangulation.en-US Kevin St. John Stadelman, 50, 1015 Comen-US -en-US merce Ave., Vero Beach, battery on person en-US over 65.en-US Kevin Antonio Odom, 43, homeless, buren-US -en-US glary dwelling.en-US Austin Issiah Colson, 18, 116 Duban St., en-US Sebastian, failure to appear.en-US Jason Michael Dustin, 34, 1217 Driften-US-en-US wood Ave., Clearwater, armed burglary en-US dwelling, structure, or conveyance, second en-US degree grand theft, possession firearm/en-US ammo/electric device by convicted felon, en-US dealing in stolen property, giving false en-US information to pawn broker.en-US Colandro Peters, 46, 113 Gotham Dr., Ft. en-US Pierce, violation of probation.en-US Raul Adbiel Santiago, 40, no address en-US given, resist arrest with violence.en-US Detravious Tashard Gordon, 17, 4420 en-US 34th Court, Vero Beach, failure to appear, en-US abscond supervision/violation of home en-US detention.en-US Zeogery Bruno Castro Jr., 28, 3256 U.S. 1, en-US Hobe Sound, aggravated assault.en-US Nicole Leeann Metts, 34, 485 28th Court, en-US Vero Beach, violation of probation.en-US Larina Elisabeth Washington, 36, 1015 en-US Commerce Ave., Vero Beach, failure to en-US appear.en-US Richard Charles Beecher Jr., 51, 9066 en-US 104th Ave., Vero Beach, burglary.en-USSebastian Police Departmenten-USDavid Clinton Wilder, 30, 2303 N. 15th en-US St., Ft. Pierce, warrant revoking pretrial en-US release.en-US Mark T. Crane, 37, 1012 Foster Road, en-US Sebastian, aggravated assault.en-USVero Beach Police Departmenten-USAidan Padraic Brook, 26, 1120 Truman en-US Ave., Key West, burglary.en-US Richard Gregory Thompson, 28, homeen-US -en-US less, retail theft.en-US Brittany Anne Norair, 32, 105 49th Ave., en-US Vero Beach, possession controlled suben-US -en-US stance.en-US Thomas Solomon, 32, no address given, en-US two counts trafficking in illegal drugs, posen-US -en-US session of MDMA with intent to sell, posen-US -en-US session of cocaine with intent to sell, two en-US counts possession of controlled substance en-US with intent to sell. Full Service Done Right! Where you are treated like family! Police report en-USEditors note: en-US This is a list of arrests, not en-US convictions, and all arrestees are presumed en-US innocent unless or until proven guilty in a en-US court of law.

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en-US 6 en-USVIEWPOINTen-USFRIDAY, JUNE 1, 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 2018, 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 Annita Ferrante ................................... Account Receivable Amanda Wheaton .............................. Credit & Collections Kathy Young ........................................ Major/Natl. Accounts ManagerJulie Cleveland ...............................Major/National Advertising Consultant Amanda Tucker ................................... Office Mgr/Comm.Relations Alan Nelson ......................................... Sales Manager Mercedes Lee-Paquette ..................... Production Manager Heather Donaldson ............................ Inside Sales Manager Angie Daniels ...................................... Inside Sales Assistant Carol Deprey-Zelenak ......................... Inside Sales/Classified Kayla Evans ......................................... Inside Sales/Classified Johnnetha Moody ............................... Private Party Sales Consultant Anna-Marie Menhenott ...................... Managing Editor Mike Winikoff ...................................... Staff Writer Sarah Callender .................................. 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-USFar too earlyen-USCan someone please tell me why it's en-US necessary to mow one's lawn before 9 a.m.? en-US My retired neighbor regularly starts before en-US eight thirty, recently it's seven thirty. Despite en-US four sides of the property to mow, the choen-US -en-US sen area is directly outside our bedroom. en-US Fine, the master bedroom was moved. It en-US made very little difference, the noise is en-US just too loud to sleep through. Any attempt en-US to discuss this would only end with the en-US neighbor walking away. How does one justien-US-en-US fy a total lack of consideration for anyone?en-USHave some respect for en-US other living creaturesen-USWe have a lot of wildlife here displaced by en-US construction. Please slow down on the roads en-US and watch out for our little innocents. I had en-US to bury a young painted turtle yesterday en-US morning that had its shell crushed by some en-US motorist who was obviously not paying en-US attention.en-US You can look at your cell phone all you en-US want once you get to your destination. Get en-US with the program and have a little respect en-US for other living creatures who are just trying en-US to get by.en-USNo inspectionsen-USYou don't want automobile inspections in en-US Florida. I moved from a state that had en-US inspections. Although there were legitimate en-US places that gave tickets, there were also en-US crooked ones. You don't want that here.en-USNo checks?en-USI just came back from the pharmacy and I en-US went to pay by check. The machine would en-US not accept it. I had the money. I called the en-US bank to verify that I did. I had a sizable bank en-US balance. Businesses are blocking out accepten-US -en-US ing checks and forcing us to use our credit en-US cards. Then we get charged interest. I don't en-US think that should be legal. I wish businesses en-US would accept checks.en-USProposed budget cuts can en-US only make one go hmmen-USWhile everyone is listening to Russia/payen-US-en-US offs drama ... also read about the proposed en-US coming budget cuts due to our 21 trillion en-US debt. I'm not opposed to all of them, but en-US these caught my attention:en-US $800 million cut to Medicare/Medicaiden-US $6.96 billion cut to children's health en-US programen-US $40.8 million cut to public and Indian en-US housingen-US $10 million cut to the EPAen-US $179.1 million cut to Federal Highways.en-US Hmm . .en-USContact FPL for survey to find en-US out about high power billen-USIf you're bothered by a high electric bill, en-US contact FPL at (800) 342-5375 and request a en-US "free" onsite home energy survey. They will en-US figure it out.en-USDomestic violence a bigger en-US problem than society admitsen-USI really wish society would take the proben-US-en-US lem of domestic violence a lot more seriousen-US -en-US ly. I think all these mass shootings can be en-US attributed to domestic violence.en-US I wish more attorneys would start stepen-US -en-US ping up on more pro bono cases. en-US And I really wish there was no more en-US domestic violence but there is and someen-US -en-USAnthony Inswasty/staff photographeren-USKathy Philbrick loads up her tray with a dish from Yellow Dog Caf en-US at the annual Sebastian Lionfish Festival. thing more needs to be done. en-USGet informed by viable sources en-US before sharing political viewsen-USFirst I am not a Democrat nor a Republien-US -en-US can. I am a registered independent.en-US To the people who rave about President en-US Trump, I suggest looking up the word naren-US -en-US cissist and see all the symptoms that fit him en-US perfectly.en-US Then pick a source to fact check his en-US claims. Your choice. Just not Fox News. en-US Some source that you believe to be unbien-US -en-US ased.en-US Then if you are honest and well-informed en-US about government policy, I welcome your en-US views.en-USIncoming group of youths are en-US the next 'great generation'en-USJust when I had given up hope along en-US comes a new generation. They are eneren-US -en-US gized. They are going to Tallahassee and en-US Washington. They are lobbying, marching en-US and demonstrating. They will vote.en-USSecond Amendment needs to en-US be amended, understandableen-USIt's time to rewrite the Second Amenden-US-en-US ment. As it stands: "A well regulated Militia, en-US being necessary to the security of a free en-US State, the right of the people to keep and en-US bear Arms, shall not be infringed."en-US It is confusing and was written before en-US assault weapons became popularized and en-US protected by the NRA. It sounds as though en-US only the well-regulated militia (the National en-US Guard?) should have the right to bear arms.en-US Lets at least have a law that is understanden-US-en-US able.en-USElected officials must be jailed en-US for delaying dispensariesen-USThe people legally voted on marijuana en-US being made legal for medicinal purposes, so en-US why are our elected officials and county en-US commissioners getting away with blocking en-US the people's decision to get these organizaen-US -en-US tions starting it up and going?en-US These people that should follow the laws en-US that are breaking the laws, and that are not en-US allowing marijuana dispensaries after a year, en-US should be rounded up and put in jail.en-US These people are breaking the law. This is en-US a law people voted on. It's disgraceful. en-US Someone should stop them. When are they en-US going to wake up?en-US What do they think they can do? Anyen-US-en-US thing they want to? They can't. It's the voten-US -en-US ers' right to demand to put these dispensaen-US-en-US ries out before 2018. It was voted on in 2016. en-USTasty lionfish treats

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en-US 7 en-USdid not spend the money now, they would en-US have to spend it later.en-US Mayor Jim Hill noted that stormwater has en-US been the biggest issue in Sebastian since at en-US least 1999. Council Member Ed Dodd said en-US that stormwater problems in the city are the en-US result of 30 years of neglect, and that the en-US infrastructure must be addressed now to en-US alleviate the cost and time required for street en-US repairs. Mr. Dodd said that the biggest proben-US -en-US lem is neighborhood drainage, and that the en-US best way to address that is for the city to en-US assume responsibility for the entire system en-US and fix it.en-US Residents speaking at the public hearing en-US had mixed feelings. Opponents of the raise en-US focused on the burden to residents who are en-US on a fixed income. Others asked that the en-US raise be increased gradually over time, rathen-US-en-US er than all at once.en-US Supporters of the raise argued that drainen-US-en-US age and seawall problems have been neglecten-US-en-US ed for too long, and that the result would be en-US not only neighborhood improvements, but en-US also improvements to the health of the en-US lagoon.en-US Resident Russell Herrmann said that en-US untreated stormwater runoff is the states en-US leading source of water pollution, and that en-US the economic value of the lagoon was also en-US tied to the value of real estate.en-US Tim Glover, President of the Friends of St. en-US Sebastian River said his group supported en-US the increase.en-US The increase, which begins in October, en-US applies only to residences. The City Attoren-US -en-US ney said determining the rate for businesses en-US would be a separate process. 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 rfntb Oceanfront 3814 sf 5 bedroom, 4 bath. East 56 balcony=amazing ocean views. North and West sunset balcony. Two living dining rooms. Eat-in Kitchen-wood cabinets, Corian counters, 2 refrigerators and sink areas. Two oceanfront Master suites with full baths. 2 garages, 2 enclosed garageports. Boardwalk to Wide accreting beach. Heated pool, spa, tennis, clubhouse, exercise room.b3150 N Highway A1A #501 Je and Ginny Mitchell Cell: 772-202-9083 b r MONDAY, JUNE 4 en-US FRIDAY, AUG. 3en-GB en-GB Aerial Antics and Sports/Aquatics en-GB Summer Camps:en-GB City of Vero Beach Rec. en-GB Dept., at Leisure Square, 3705 16th Street, en-GB 9 weeks. en-GBFor more information call (772) en-GB 567-2144 or visit en-GB www.covb.org en-GB or Facebook en-GB @COVBRecreationDepartment.en-USTUESDAY, JUNE 5en-US en-US Senior Tech Day:en-US 11 a.m., Main Library, en-US 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. Swim with the en-US sharks with virtual reality! Take fun pictures en-US with our Green Screen! Learn new dance en-US moves with X Box 360! Master the art of en-US selfies! Bring your device and download a en-US free eBook! Free and open to the public, no en-US registration is required. en-US For more en-US information, contact Hollie at (772) 226-en-US 3080 or en-US hjenkins@irclibrary.orgen-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 7en-US en-US Sebastian Police Visit:en-US 10:30 a.m., en-US North Indian River County Library, 1001 en-US Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian. Families are en-US invited to meet their local law enforcement en-US officers when we get a visit by the Sebastian en-US PD Community Outreach Trailer and other en-US officers.Registration is not required; open to en-US all ages. en-US For more information, contact Patti Auggie is a four-year old neutered male black and white tabby en-USmixed breed cat who came to the Humane Society early in May. en-US He is inquisitive, carefully checking out new people and toys in the en-US room. A friendly guy, Auggie enjoys being petted. He avoids cat en-US drama by just walking away. This handsome dude, an easygoing en-US feline, is ready to make his moveinto a warm, loving household en-US like yours!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-USCalendaren-USFrom page 1en-USStormen-USFrom page 1 en-USSeeen-US en-US CALENDARen-US, page 17

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en-US 9 en-USclean energy the right way, said FPL Presien-US -en-US dent and CEO Eric Silagy. We are building en-US some of the lowest-cost universal solar ever en-US in the country, which keeps costs down for en-US our customers. The completion of these en-US newest plants demonstrates that it is possien-US -en-US ble to be both clean and affordable, bringing en-US numerous economic and environmental en-US benefits to our customers and the commuen-US-en-US nities we serve.en-US The FPL Blue Cypress Solar Energy Cenen-US-en-US ter is the second solar center in Indian River en-US County. It will generate 74.5 megawatts of en-US solar energy per year.en-US FPL says its average bill, about $99 per en-US month, is now more than 30 percent below en-US the national average of $139 per month, and en-US 20 percent lower than the Florida average of en-US $120 per month.en-US When the solar panels were installed in en-US July, 2017, Florida Audubon Executive en-US Director Eric Draper told Hometown News en-US that his organization gives an enthusiastic en-US thumbs-up to FPLs growth in solar energy.en-US Our members love what FPL is doing en-US with these solar facilities all over the state, en-US said Mr. Draper. Solar uses no water. Water en-US is one of our biggest challenges, so we have en-US to come up with things like this. This is not en-US just an electricity issue, this is a water issue.en-US With this site and the seven others that en-US were doing, we will be tripling the amount en-US of solar that well be installing here in Florien-US -en-US da, said Mr. Silagy. Its an amazing thing to en-US see these sites come out of the ground in just en-US a few short months.en-US Combined, Mr. Silagy said, the eight new en-US solar plants will produce megawatts of en-US solar energy. Thats enough power for en-US 120,000 Florida homes.en-US Florida Audubons director also emphaen-US-en-US sized the benefits to the environment.en-US The land around these power plants proen-US-en-US vides a great opportunity to take fields that en-US for a long time have been producing good en-US agricultural products, and give a little of that en-US back to nature, Mr. Draper said. Florida en-US Audubon has entered into an agreement en-US with FPL at these solar sites to create en-US bird-friendly and pollinator-friendly habien-US-en-US tats. Imagine that field full of birds and buten-US -en-US terflies and dragonflies and all the beautiful en-US creatures nature made. Its not just about en-US water and electricity. Its also about producen-US-en-US ing beautiful habitat for birds and butterflies en-US and people.en-US FPL now has 14 solar plants in operation en-US across Florida in what it calls one of the en-US largest expansions of solar energy in U.S. en-US history. The company is the largest generaen-US -en-US tor of solar energy in Florida. The result, the en-US company says, is lower customer bills than a en-US decade ago.en-US The eight FPL solar plants that came on en-US line in 2018 are projected to generate more en-US than $100 million in customer savings en-US during their operating lifetime, over and en-US above the cost of constructing and operaten-US -en-US ing the plants.en-US In addition, FPL is developing a new baten-US-en-US tery storage technology that would expand en-US the benefits of solar even further. By increasen-US -en-US ing solar energy storage capacity, one of the en-US greatest challenges to solar energy, FPL says en-US it will be able to increase the amount of solar en-US energy a plant can deliver to the grid by en-US more than half a million kilowatt-hours per en-US year.en-US Once the battery storage technology is en-US perfected, FPL predicts that solar will proen-US -en-US vide more energy nationwide than coal and en-US oil combined.en-US FPL is also installing small-scale solar en-US arrays throughout the state, most funded by en-US voluntary resident contributions. In April, en-US the Sebastian City Council approved a new en-US solar project to be installed at the Splash Pad en-US at Riverview Park.en-US The agreement was made under FPLs en-US SolarNow program, which FPL describes as en-US an easy way to bring clean solar energy to en-US your communities.en-US Our SolarNow program allows customen-US-en-US ers to voluntarily contribute $9 a month to en-US support solar projects in the community, en-US said FPL Senior Product Development en-US Manager Anuj Chokshi. We utilize those en-US contributions to build solar projects within en-US the service territory at no cost to our hosts. en-US In Sebastian, we have over 100 residents en-US currently participating in the program. en-US FPL customers may volunteer to support en-US the program by paying the $9 fee on their en-US monthly bill. Customers may also choose to en-US not participate.en-US The Solar Canopy will use solar panels to en-US capture sunlight and generate electricity en-US that is fed into the local grid.en-US FPL President Silagy noted how far Florien-US-en-US das solar industry has come, winning conen-US -en-US verts along the way.en-US We continue this march in a new direcen-US -en-US tion for how we produce power, despite the en-US fact that it hasnt always been popular, Mr. en-US Silagy said. In 2001, FPL burned more oil en-USthan any utility in America to generate elecen-US-en-US tricity, 41 million barrels of oil. All of it was en-US imported. Much of it came from places that en-US frankly dont support the United States. en-US Places where we send our finest young men en-US and women to go and defend our oil interen-US -en-US ests. We made a decision as a company that en-US we were going to change the way that we en-US produce power. We made a decision that we en-US were going to embrace new technologies en-US and wean ourselves off of foreign oil.en-US Over time, weve changed, quite a bit. en-US Last year we burned almost no oil at all. We en-US switched to domestically produced natural en-US gas, we expanded our nuclear facilities, and en-US we moved to solar. Because of that, we dont en-US have to rely on bringing oil in from places en-US where we shouldnt have to be fighting for en-US it.en-US For more information, visit en-US www.FPL.en-US com/solar. FREE SUBSCRIPTION FREE DELIVERY MORE CIRCULATION MORE READERS MORE RESULTS! Call us at 866.913.6397or go to our website www.HometownNewsIRC.com ** Going out of town? Still want the paper? No problem! Call us at the toll free number below for details! EOE, we drug test Please send resume to: opportunity@hometownnewsol.com and address to Anna-Marie Menhenott, Managing Editor. Hometown News benets include medical, dental, vision and life insurance and a 401k plan. Entry-Level Staff Writer / Reporter Hometown News is independently owned and consistently rated one of the best community papers in the country. We are currently seeking an entry-level Sta Writer / Reporter to write approximately eight stories per week covering Martin and St. Lucie counties. Qualied candidates must have a strong desire to report on community news, government, schools, and local events for our weekly product. Candidates must have a degree in journalism, English, communication or related elds. Candidates must have at least two years eld experience. A successful candidate should possess: An in-depth knowledge of AP Style Strong Writing Skills Active Listening Skills Time Management Skills Ability to follow leads Ability to gather information from relevant sources Ability to interact and speak with the public Ability to interact with members of local government Ability to maintain a professional appearance and demeanor Ability to accurately document and report information Ability to establish and maintain positive work relationships Ability to perform required tasks while adhering to company policies and procedures Ability to adhere to strict deadlines. Local dignitaries en-UShelp FPL President en-US Eric Silagy install en-US the first Treasure en-US Coast solar panel.en-USStaff photo by en-US Mike Winikoffen-USSolaren-USFrom page 1

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en-US 10 en-USSen-USomeone, please, turn off the faucet. en-US Tell Mother Nature that we have had en-US enough rain! While we will now see en-US greener fairways and lakes with water in en-US them, we will also lose 50 yards of roll on en-US our drives (insert sad face here).en-US As the rain washed out yet another en-US planned round, one of my buddies en-US wondered aloud why it is that some courses en-US or holes drain well and others do not. Most en-US of us dont ever think about what is under en-US the course. The myriad of catch basins and en-US drainage pipes installed before the first en-US blade of grass grew on the course is usually en-US of no concern. When the rains do fall, en-US however, all of these work in concert with en-US the design of the course to rid each hole of en-US water as quickly as possible. en-US My late friend, Charles Ankron, was an en-US internationally acclaimed golf course en-US architect. I used to do some side work for en-US him and I remember asking him that very en-US question.en-US There are three factors that affect course en-US drainage, he explained. Site, soil and the en-US client. en-US The first factor, site, varies from course to en-US course. Some courses are located in areas en-US with little rainfall, strong drying winds and en-US an abundance of sunshine. Of course these en-US courses drain well.en-US In Florida, courses are normally subject en-US to a lot of rain, and while we do have strong en-US winds and abundant sunshine, we suffer en-US from high humidity. The evaporation rate is en-US much lower than youd expect. We also en-US suffer from not having much elevation en-US change. Water simply has no desire to run en-US anywhere.en-US Soil content is next. The greater the en-US amount of topsoil that a course has, the en-US better it can handle a downpour. Topsoil en-US will absorb a large amount of water, and the en-US thicker that layer, the more water the en-US course can handle. en-US However, it is the subsurface soil stratum en-US has the biggest influence on course en-US drainage. A course with a sandy subsurface en-US will have an excellent absorption rate. A en-US course with a very sandy sub-base course en-US can stay open when some of the exclusive en-US private clubs in the area have to shut down. en-US Thats because it absorbs water so well.en-US Courses unlucky enough to have a hard en-US subsurface, such as marl or sandstone, will en-US need more lakes, more storm drains and en-US more collection areas for the water that the en-US course will shed during a storm or wet en-US season. en-US Probably the biggest factor, aside from en-US nature, is the client. If the course owner or en-US developer has the money and is sensitive to en-US the golf course, he or she may be willing to en-US spend the money needed to design and en-US build a good drainage system. If the owner en-US simply wants an amenity for the housing en-US development, then chances are that money en-US will not be spent and the course wont drain en-US well.en-US If the soil can en-US absorb an inch of en-US rainfall and it rains en-US two inches, the en-US ground is fighting a en-US losing battle. The high en-US points of the course en-US will absorb the first en-US inch and then the en-US second inch will flow en-US downhill. As that en-US water flows to a low en-US point or a catch basin, en-US it grows exponentially en-US adding itself to the en-US water already en-US accumulating downhill.en-US Most architects use many more drains en-US now than 15 or 20 years ago. I remember a en-US total renovation that Ankrom did where he en-US added 220 additional drains to to capture en-US water. The original early 1970s design had en-US water running a thousand feet before en-US finding a drain. That was changed so that en-US water ran no more than a hundred feet.en-US Modern architects also use nature to help en-US drain the course. Sand retention areas and en-US waste areas have become quite popular. en-US Lakes are used to do three things, disperse en-US water, generate fill for building the course, en-US and storm water storage.en-US The fairways and rough arent the only en-US places that a golf course architect works to en-US drain water from the course. The greens of en-US a modern course have a complicated en-US drainage system built into them as well. en-US Todays modern green is topped with 12 en-US inches of custom topsoil. Under that is four en-US inches of gravel followed by a herringbone en-US system of drainpipes set 20 feet apart. The en-US water that makes it to the drainpipes is en-US taken to a lake, swale, dry well or other low en-US point well away from the green. en-US Thanks to modern irrigation, courses are en-US kept very lush. Unfortunately, sometimes en-US very hard rains follow this and simply adds en-US too much water to the equation.en-US For now Im happy to see the rain. We en-US can always use a few drops. I just need en-US Mother Nature to turn it off by the en-US weekend.en-US James Stammer has been an avid golfer en-US and golf enthusiast for nearly 40 years. He en-US hosts the Thursday Night Golf Show on en-US WSTU 1450-AM. Contact him aten-US stammeren-US -en-US golf@yahoo.com. Save hundreds of dollars every week with coupons & discounts from our local advertisers! Your local news and information source We can help you grow as a business and a reader! We invite you to call for your FREE subscription or FREE consultation. 78,450 delivered weekly. 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Be a little stingy en-US around sensitive people.en-US GEMINI May 22/June 21en-US Gemini, this week may be off to a bumpy start, en-US but you are perfectly capable of turning things en-US around in a hurry. Just don't race too far en-US ahead without a plan.en-US CANCER June 22/July 22en-US Cancer, you are heading in the right direction, en-US but you may have to fine-tune the destination en-US this week. Your intended romantic target may en-US not be the perfect fit.en-US LEO July 23/Aug. 23en-US Planning and project management seemingly en-US takes over your life, Leo. Just when you think en-US there is no time for fun, an exciting opportunien-US -en-US ty falls in your lap.en-US VIRGO Aug. 24/Sept. 22en-US Virgo, your creative muse has come calling en-US and you can't resist her siren's song. Dabble en-US in any artistic or craftsy project you can get en-US your hands on in the next few days.en-US LIBRA Sept. 23/Oct. 23en-US People often see you as even-keeled, Libra. en-US But tempers may flare this week if you don't en-US get your way. Others should watch when en-US you're fired up.en-USHoroscopesen-USSebastian Tiki Bar & Grill en-US offers fun, waterfront view en-USSEBASTIAN If youre looking en-US for a place to have fun in Sebastian en-US without spending a mint, you en-US should try the Sebastian Tiki Bar & en-US Grill.en-US Located on nearly three wateren-US -en-US front acres with a dock on the river, en-US and great views, the Sebastian Tiki en-US Bar is a relaxing place to hear good en-US music or make some of your own.en-US The Sebastian Tiki Bar & Grill en-US was opened in 2011 by three en-US friends and longtime Sebastian en-US residents, John Campbell, Chris en-US Pinson, and Dawn Biehl. It is on en-US the property that used to house en-US Suzys Tiki.en-US The friendly staff, full liquor bar, en-US low prices, and gorgeous view of en-US the river will keep you coming en-US back again and again. One visit en-US and youll see why their motto is en-US Where the locals stay and visitors en-US come to play!en-US Mondays are Open Jam Night en-US from 6-10 p.m. with Dave Scott, en-US Lee Miller, and Tony Rodriguez. en-US Wednesdays feature DJ Brian, 6-10 en-US p.m. But the real crazy times come en-US on Karaoke night, every Thursday en-US from 6-10 p.m. The generous en-US drinks will help you build up the en-US courage to belt out your finest.en-US The best in live local music hapen-US -en-US pens every Friday and Saturday en-US from 7-11 p.m., and every Sunday en-US at 2-6 p.m. Recent shows have en-US included local favorites like Ladies en-US of Soul, Tumbleweed, and the Jacks en-US Band.en-US Sebastian Tiki Bar & Grill is en-US located at 1130 Indian River Dr., en-US Sebastian. Hours are Sunday to en-US Wednesday, 10 a.m.-11 p.m., en-US Thursday to Saturday, 10 a.m.-1 en-US a.m.en-US For more information, call (772) en-US 388-1080. To see the live music en-US schedule, visit en-UShttp://sebastiantiki.en-US com/events/. en-US Visit them on Facebook aten-US www.en-US facebook.com/sebastiantiki/. Out en-GB en-GB&en-GB en-GBabout en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 1en-GB en-GB Friday Matinee Movies:en-GB Noon, Main en-GB Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. Bring en-GB a bag lunch and enjoy a movie and popcorn en-GB on the library. Feature films for adults will be en-GB shown on the first Friday each month en-GB through December. No registration required, en-GB free and open to the public. en-GB Call Hollie at en-GB (772) 226-3080 for more information.en-GB en-GB First Friday Gallery Stroll:en-GB Galleries and en-GB businesses in historic downtown Vero Beach en-GB participate in this stroll, held from 5-8 p.m. en-GB on the first Friday each month. The stroll is en-GB based along 14th Avenue from 19th Street en-GB to 23rd Street and the surrounding area. en-GB New artwork is on display each month in a en-GB lively gallery reception atmosphere. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 643-6782 or visit en-GB www.mainstreetverobeach.org.en-GB The en-GBVero Heritage Center is opening up en-GB for local artistsen-GB for the First Friday Gallery en-GB Stroll. Any local artist not having a spot in a en-GB downtown gallery is welcome to secure a en-GB space inside the Heritage Center for only en-GB $25. en-GB Call Debbie Avery at (772) 770-2263 or en-GB email en-GB davery@veroheritage.org.en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 2en-GB en-GB The Comedy Zone Experience:en-GB Shows en-GB are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., plus free en-GB music on Live in the Loop outdoor stage. en-GB Comedy performances take place on the en-GB Waxlax Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 en-GB Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach. Riversides en-GB showcase of professional comedians touring en-GB the comedy circuit on the Waxlax Stage and en-GB local musicians on the Live in the Loop en-GB stage. Comedians are Mr. Showtime David en-GB Scott and Steve Miller. Tickets for comedian en-GB showcase: $18, $16. en-GBFor information, call en-GB (772) 231-6990 or visit en-GB www.en-GB riversidetheatre.com.en-GBSATURDAY, JUNE 2en-US Photo courtesy of Sebastian Tiki Bar & Grillen-USThe Sebastian Tiki Bar & Grill features generen-US -en-US ous drinks, friendly staff, and one of the nicest en-US views in town.en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 12en-US Seeen-US en-US SCOPESen-US, page 13 Dining en-US&en-US Entertainmenten-USFRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 en-US SEBASTIANen-US WWW.HOMETOWNNEWSIRC.COM PAGE 11en-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.com

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en-US 12 VERO BEACH This weekend is a great en-UStime to check out Kilted Mermaid in downen-US -en-US town Vero Beach.en-US The neighborhood craft beer and wine en-US bar features more than 25 wines and 80 craft en-US and import beers and a funky, eclectic atmoen-US -en-US sphere. Weekend nights often spotlight en-US some of the best Florida bands.en-US On Friday, June 1, from 8-11 p.m. its the en-US music of The Copper Tones. The South en-US Florida band calls their music Soulgrass, a en-US mix of soul, bluegrass and rock. Most of the en-US band members play multiple instruments, en-US with Stefanie Smerkers on vocals, guitar, en-US and banjolele, Dyllan Thieme on upright en-US bass, vocals, and mandolin, Daniel Gootner en-US on guitar, ukulele, and dobro, and drummer en-US Andy Annoied. The Copper Tones won Fort en-US Lauderdale Magazines Best Live Act of en-US 2017, which led them to a spot opening for en-US Los Lobos.en-US Kilt the Messenger appears Saturday, June en-US 2, 8-11 p.m. Like The Copper Tones, Kilt the en-US Messenger members Bob Youhas, Annie en-US Padnuck, Jim Turner, Haley Youhas, Dave en-US Nelson play a wide variety of instruments en-US including guitars, bagpipes, viola, mandoen-US-en-US lin, banjo, trumpet, accordion, and drums, en-US creating a novel mix they call Celtic Punkaen-US -en-US billy.en-US Kilt the Messenger started in 2009 on the en-US Space Coast, and they have become known en-US for incredible performances that sound like en-US nobody else.en-US On Sunday, June 3, Drag-O drag queen en-US bingo returns from 7-10 p.m. Hostess Kelli en-US Randell and drag queen bingo have become en-US a hit at Kilted Mermaid. Come out for en-US laughs, beer, wine and of course, a good en-US time.en-US Every Wednesday starting at 8:30 p.m. is en-US Open Mic night with Dylan Thiebeau. en-US Thursdays are Trivia Night with Jason en-US Grounds start at 8:30 p.m., with a chance to en-US win gift cards.en-US Kilted Mermaid also has some great food, en-US including three varieties of the best humen-US-en-US mus in town. Food is served until at least 10 en-US p.m. every night.en-US Hours are 5 p.m.-1 a.m. Wed. Sat., and en-US until 11 p.m. Tues. and Sun., closed Monen-US -en-US days.en-US Kilted Mermaid is located at 1937 Old en-US Dixie Highway, Vero Beach. For more inforen-US -en-US mation, call (772) 569-5533 or visit en-US www.en-US kiltedmermaid.com.en-US For more about The Copper Tones, visit en-US www.thecoppertonesmusic.com. en-US For more about Kilt the Messenger, visit en-US www.facebook.com/kiltthemessenger1/.en-USPhoto courtesy of The Copper Tonesen-USThe Copper Tones, Fort Lauderdale Magazines Best Live Act of 2017, en-US visit Kilted Mermaid Friday, June 1, 8-11 p.m. Rockin weekend at en-USKilted Mermaiden-USBy Mike Winikoffen-USmwinikoff@hometownnewsol.comen-GB en-GB Mommy Son Dance:en-GB 6-8:30 p.m., iG en-GB Center, 1590 Ninth Street S.W., Vero Beach. en-GB Daddies and daughters arent the only ones en-GB that get to dance! This is for Mommies and en-GB their little boys to come have a fun filled en-GB evening with dancing, dinner, games, prizes en-GB and a picture keepsake to take home. Cost: en-GB $40 per Mommy and son, $10 for each en-GB additional sibling. en-GBFor more information, call en-GB (772) 226-1732 or visit en-GB www.ircrec.com en-GB or en-GB www.irciG.com.en-GB en-GB Bunfest 2018:en-GB Seventh annual event en-GB will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The en-GB Kane Center, 900 S.E. Salerno Road, Stuart. en-GB Enjoy a day focusing on rabbits, guinea pigs en-GB and their fans, presented by the Humane en-GB Society of the Treasure Coast. Features en-GB a critter spa, bunny playground, vendors en-GB with specialty items for rabbits and guinea en-GB pigs, adoptable animals, glamour photos, en-GB educational seminars, a childrens zone, en-GB raffles and silent auction, and a rainbow en-GB bridge memorial wall. Admission is $5 en-GB per person; ages 10 and under admitted en-GB free. Any extra donations help the Humane en-GB Society care for the smallest creatures at en-GB the shelter. en-GB For more information, visiten-GB www.en-GB southeastbunfest.org.en-GBTHROUGH SUNDAY, JUNE 3en-GB en-GB Exhibition:en-GB 'Paul Outerbridge: New Color en-GB Photographs from Mexico and California, en-GB 1948-1955.' The Vero Beach Museum of Art, en-GB 3001 River Park Drive, Vero Beach. A en-GB pioneering master of color photography, Paul en-USOuten-USFrom page 11 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 13

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en-US 13 en-USSCORPIO Oct. 24/Nov. 22en-US Scorpio, cater your plan and speech to the audien-US-en-US ence receiving it. You can gain more support if en-US your message is well-received. Figure out new en-US ways to communicate.en-US SAGITTARIUS Nov. 23/Dec. 21en-US You do not have an argumentative nature, Sagiten-US -en-US tarius. So when you're bothered, it is probably for en-US a good reason. Don't come out ready for a fight; en-US instead, focus on mediating.en-US CAPRICORN Dec. 22/Jan. 20en-US Capricorn, your energy is all over the map, so it en-US may be best to schedule any major meetings or en-US presentations for another time when you are more en-US up to the task.en-US AQUARIUS Jan. 21/Feb. 18en-US Aquarius, it may seem like you're feeling extreme en-US highs or lows. Soon things will settle down. Enjoy en-US some well-deserved escapism for the time being.en-US PISCES Feb. 19/March 20en-US This week you will have the ideal blend of patience en-US and passion, which has people lining up to be on en-US your team, Pisces. Heavy Duty Welded Deck Heavy Duty Fabricated Frame MOORE MOTORS 772-569-8220 5135 US HWY 1, VERO BEACH Parts & Service For Everything We Sell Patented Automatic Park Brake System Comes with a 3 year factory warrantyAuthorized Dealer Zero Turn, Zero Down, Zero % Interest 2017 2017 C H O I C E R E A D E R S Starting at $2899 en-USScopesen-USFrom page 11en-GB Outerbridge explored the quirky intersection en-GB of two cultures in his photographs of Mexico en-GB and California during the 1940s and 1950s, en-GB gathered together for the first time in this en-GB exhibition. Dismissed as too commercial en-GB during the 1960s and 70s, these exciting en-GB works of art focusing on everyday people at en-GB airports, tourist destinations and pool en-GB parties, were recently rediscovered by en-GB scholars and curators. Exhibit runs from Jan. en-GB 20 through June 3. en-GBFor more information, en-GB call (772) 231-0707.en-GBSUNDAY, JUNE 3en-GB en-GB "On The Road Again,"en-GB travelling the en-GB summer with the Treasure Coast Chorale. 7 en-GB p.m., The First Baptist Church of Vero Beach, en-GB 2206 16th Ave., Vero Beach. en-GB For more en-GB information visit en-GB www.treasurecoastchorale.en-GB org en-GB or call (772) 567-4341.en-US en-US Wine, Film + Fashion:en-US 11 a.m. to 4 en-US p.m., Vero Beach Outlets, 1824 94th Drive, en-US Vero Beach. Fashion and shopping event in en-US partnership with the Vero Beach Wine + Film en-US Festival. Enjoy beverages and hors d'oeuen-US -en-US vres, fashion shows, special discounts from en-US participating stores, more. en-US For more en-US information, visit en-US verobeachoutlets.com.en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 7 SUNDAY, JUNE 10en-GB en-GB Vero Beach Wine & Film Festival:en-GB Third en-GB annual wine and film festival offers four days en-GB of cinematic and gastronomic pleasure and en-GB supports the next generation of filmmaking en-GB excellence. VBWFF hosts filmmakers from en-GB around the globe and screens 75+ indeen-GB -en-GB pendent films. VBWFF benefits Suncoast en-GB Mental Health Center. en-GB For more information en-GB contact Jerusha Stewart, en-GBcontact@vbwff.en-GB com, en-GB (772) 925-9110 or visit en-GB www.vbwff.en-GB com.en-USOuten-USFrom page 12en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 14 en-USHelp us celebrate one of the Treasure Coasts most popular pastimes by submitting en-US a 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 Catch! Rick Abbarno of Snug en-USHarbor Lakes caught this en-US 7 lb largemouth bass en-US recently in Micco.en-GBRants en-GB en-GB & en-GB en-GB en-GB en-GBRavesen-GBGot Something en-GBto Say?en-GBGet it en-GB o your en-GB chest!en-GBKeep it pithy en-GB en-GB and honest email to: en-GB newsfp@hometownnewsol.com

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en-US 14 en-USThe food that helped win D-Dayen-USDen-US-Day, June 6, was a very special en-US moment in history when 160,000 en-US troops landed on the beaches of en-US Normandy, creating the turning point for en-US the allies in WWII. en-US To accomplish this great victory, the allies en-US needed a special food that had to be en-US light-weight, nutritious and have the ability en-US to generate lots of energy to keep the troops en-US ready to fight. The Hershey Chocolate Co. en-US was approached in 1937 to create what was en-US later called the D ration bar. It had to be en-US high in energy, withstand high heat, and en-US weigh 4 ounces.en-US What they created isnt the Hershey bar en-US we know today, which is wonderful. The en-US bar created for the troops was a blend of en-US chocolate, sugar, cocoa butter, skim milk en-US powder and oat flour. The mixture was so en-US thick, it had to be hand molded at first. The en-US bar was like a chocolate brick that had to be en-US shaved with a knife to be eaten. The worst en-US part was the taste, which was extremely en-US bitter because of the chocolate and oat flour en-US recipe. en-US Later, during the war, a tropical blend en-US was created for the Pacific Campaign. en-US Fortunately because sugar was used to give en-US quick energy to the troops, caramels, en-US orange and lemon-flavored powdered en-US drinks with lots of sugar were included in en-US the troops rations. Hershey produced more en-US than 3 billion bars for the war effort. en-US I am sure after the war, veterans couldnt en-US wait to eat Hershey chocolate kisses again. en-US Its amazing how something that tasted so en-US bad helped win the war. en-US Chocolate is the number one dessert in en-US the world with a history that dates back to en-US the ancient Aztec and Mayan civilizations. en-US It seems the first time chocolate was used en-US in war was by Hernando Cortez when he en-US conquered Mexico. The Mayans would en-US make a chocolate drink from ground cacao en-US beans (cocoa beans), chile peppers and en-US water whipped until frothy. Cortez is en-US reported to have required all of his troops en-US to drink the chocolate mixture daily as an en-US energy booster. en-US During the Revolutionary war, medics en-US would give the drink to wounded soldiers en-US to help with their recovery. Thomas en-US Jefferson was so impressed with the en-US chocolate drink he predicted it would en-US replace tea and coffee in America. In the en-US early 20th century, members of expeditions en-US to the North and South Poles drank hot en-US chocolate to provide warmth, nutrients, and en-US energy boosts.en-US OK, so it gives you energy and nutrients, en-US but thats not why we eat it today. We eat it en-US because it taste soooo good. Place a piece of en-US milk chocolate in your mouth and feel it en-US start to melt and you get that burst of sweet en-US and bitter creaminess. WOW! Now we en-US know it makes a great dessert, too. en-US If it wasnt for the Italians, who started en-US adding sugar to chocolate, we might be still en-US drinking a bitter drink. But did you know en-US chocolate is used to make some savory en-US dishes taste great as well? Try my chocolate en-US sauce. You might be surprised! Its good on en-US steaks, chicken or pork.en-USCOSTAS CHOCOLATE SAUCEen-USIngredients en-US 1 tablespoon unsalted butteren-US 2 cloves garlic, minced smallen-US 1/2-cup chicken or beef stocken-US 1/2-cup heavy cream or half & halfen-US 2-3 ounces semi-sweet chocolate, en-US chopped en-US Your choice, a splash of bourbon, en-US whiskey or vodkaen-US 1 tablespoon hot sauce, more if you like it en-US hotteren-US Salt and pepper to tasteen-US Directionsen-US In a sauce pan, saut garlic in butter over en-US medium heat for 1-2 minutes; dont burn. en-US Add stock and continue cooking for 1 en-US minute. Add preferred alcohol and cook 1 en-US more minute. Add heavy cream, chocolate en-US and hot sauce. Cook until it starts to en-US thicken. If it gets too thick, add a little en-US stock. Salt and pepper to taste.en-US Costa Magoulas is dean of the Mori en-US Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary en-US Management at Daytona State College. en-US Contact him at (386) 506-3578 or en-US magoulc@en-US daytonastate.edu. CHEF COSTA'S en-USCOOKING CORNERen-USCOSTA MAGOULAS en-USTax collectors west office en-US offers new servicesen-US en-US The Tax Collectors office is pleased to announce a parten-US -en-US nership with IdentoGO by IDEMIA, to help local citizens en-US obtain expedited screening at airports around the country. en-US The Tax Collector Indian River Countys West Office in en-US Vero Beach will now be able to enroll Florida customers for en-US State Licensing, Certification, or Employment requireen-US-en-US ments, TSA Pre-Check, the Transportation Worker Identifien-US-en-US cation Credential (TWIC) and the Hazardous Materials en-US Endorsement Threat Assessment Program (HME): en-US State fingerprinting includes agencies like Department en-US of Children and Families (DCF), Department of Financial en-US Services (DFS), Health Care Providers (AHCA), Departen-US-en-US ment of Health, Florida Board of Bar Examiners, and others. en-US TSA Pre-Check is a program that allows travelers to en-US enjoy a fast and efficient screening experience at U.S. airen-US -en-US ports. Once approved for TSA Pre-Check, travelers do not en-US need to remove their shoes, liquids, laptops, belts and jacken-US -en-US ets as they go through security. There are more than 450 en-US TSA Pre-Check lanes at over 200 U.S. airports. The cost of en-US enrollment in the program is $85 and is good for five years, en-US that breaks down to just $17 per year. en-US The Transportation Worker Identification Credential, en-US also known as TWIC, is required by the Maritime Transen-US -en-US portation Security Act for workers who need access to en-US secure areas of the nations maritime facilities and vessels. en-US The Hazardous Materials Endorsement Threat Assessen-US -en-US ment Program conducts a threat assessment for any driver en-US seeking to obtain, renew and transfer a hazardous materials en-US endorsement on a state-issued commercial drivers license. en-US Appointments are filling up fast. Customers are strongly en-US encouraged to start the application process online and en-US schedule an appointment at en-US https://universalenroll.dhs.gov/. en-US For more information about all services provided by the en-US Tax Collectors offices, visit en-USwww.irctax.com. en-USTCCHs 25th anniversary Classic Golf en-US Tournament to be held June 16en-USIn celebration of their 25th anniversary, Treasure Coast en-US Community Health (TCCH) will host the 25th Anniversary en-US Classic Golf Tournament fundraiser on Saturday, June 16.en-US The tournament will be held at the scenic Bent Pine Golf en-US Club, located in Vero Beach. It will be held as a flighted, four en-US person scramble and will include a reception following the en-US tournament; prizes for the winning teams in each flight as en-US well as closest to the pin and hole in ones; and goody bags en-US for each player. Hors doeuvres will be served during the en-US reception and a cash bar will be available for beverages. In en-US addition to prizes, participants will also have the opportunien-US-en-US ty to participate in a 50/50 raffle (the winner need not be en-US present).en-US Organized by TCCH, the 25th anniversary Classic will en-US raise funds to provide accessible, cost effective, quality, comen-US -en-US prehensive healthcare to all persons regardless of their en-US socioeconomic circumstances. At TCCH we will not refuse en-US any patient due to their inability to pay, stated Vicki Soule, en-US CEO of TCCH. We rely heavily on local donations and en-US fundraisers in order to provide comprehensive, affordable en-US medical, dental and behavioral health services to all memen-US -en-US bers of the community.en-US For information on participating as a player or sponsor, en-US contact Dennis at (772) 257-8224, ext. 8-201, or visit TCCHs en-US Facebook page at en-US www.facebook.com/tcchinc/ en-US for more en-US information.en-US To schedule an appointment at one of TCCHs six (6) Indien-US -en-US an River County sites, call (772) 257-8224 or visiten-US www.tcchien-US-en-US nc.org.en-USLiteracy Services tutor workshops coming upen-USDid you know 1 in 5 adults struggle with literacy? You can en-US make a difference and become a volunteer tutor, helping en-US people learn to read and write in English. en-US Volunteer tutoring sessions run 2-3 hours per week, you en-US choose the day and time. Tutoring sessions are always held en-US in a public facility. Free training workshops are required.en-US Literacy Services will be offering these training worken-US -en-US shops at the Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach, on en-US four upcoming dates: en-US Tuesday, June 12 9 a.m. en-US Thursday, Aug. 30 9 a.m.en-US Tuesday, Oct. 16 9 a.m. en-US Saturday, Dec. 1 9 a.m. en-US For more information, call (772) 778-2223 or email en-US info@en-US literacyservicesirc.org. en-US The Literacy Services office is located en-US in the lobby of the Main Library.en-USCommunity notes en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8en-US en-US Drive-In Movie:en-US 10:30 a.m., Main en-US Library, en-GB 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. en-US Families are invited to join us for a Drive-In en-US movie. You bring a big box, the library will en-US provide the materials needed to transform it en-US into a car. After decorating our cars, we'll en-US park and watch a movie. Refreshments en-US provided. en-US For more information, contact Patti en-US Fuchs at (772) 770-5060, ext. 4132, or en-US pfuchs@irclibrary.orgen-US en-US Treasure Coast Wind Ensemble annual en-US concert:en-US 7 p.m., Vero Beach High School en-US Performing Arts Center, 1707 16th Street, en-US Vero Beach. This concert will include en-US featured soloist Jacob Craig at the piano. en-US Admission is free; donations are appreciaten-US -en-US ed. This years concert, entitled British en-US Invasion, features both standard and en-US challenging wind band repertoire by British en-US composers including Gustav Holsts Second en-US Suite in F for Military Band, Ralph Vaughan en-US Williams Toccata Marziale, and Sun Paints en-US Rainbows on the Vast Waves by David en-US Bedford. A smaller group of chamber winds en-US will perform Trevelyan Suite by Malcolm en-US Arnold and Homages Concerto for Piano and en-US Winds by Edward Gregson featuring Jacob en-US Craig at the piano. en-US For more information, en-US contact Page Howell, Founder and Conducen-US-en-US tor, at (772) 564-5413 or en-US Page.Howell@en-US indianriverschools.org.en-USFRIDAY, JUNE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 9en-US en-US Howl at the Moon Experience:en-US Shows en-US are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Howl en-US performances take place on the Waxlax en-US Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside en-US Park Drive, Vero Beach. More than a dueling en-US pianos show, Howl at the Moon is a high-enen-US-en-US ergy music show. Come sing, dance, and en-US howl as the most talented musicians perform en-US your favorite rock, pop, and dance hits from en-US the 80s, 90s, and today. Local musicians en-US will continue to perform on the free outdoor en-US stage between Howl performances. Howl en-US tickets: $22, $20, $18, $16. en-US For information, en-US call (772) 231-6990 or visit en-US www.riversideten-US-en-US heatre.com.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 9en-US en-US World Knit in Public Day:en-US 1 p.m., Main en-US Library, en-GB 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. en-US Knitters unite! Bring your knitting, crochet, en-US cross stitch or other project and enjoy a en-USOuten-USFrom page 13 en-USSeeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 15

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en-US 15 Above: en-US Wendy Howard & en-US 4 year old Keira McGinty en-US watch a mother Osprey en-US and her chicks in their en-US nest during one of the en-US Environmental Learning en-US Centers Pelican Island en-US Pontoon Boat Excursions en-US in the Indian River.en-US Right:en-US Wood storks cover en-US the canopy of Pelican en-US Island National Wildlife en-US Refuge.en-USPhotos by Anthony Inswastyen-US staff photographeren-USAbove:en-US Charlie Halberstam listens en-US as ELC nature guide Chuck Toll en-US uses a turtle shell to teach particien-US-en-US pants about Indian River wildlife at en-US Wednesdays Pelican Island Ponen-US-en-US toon Boat Excursion.en-USThe Environmental Learning en-US Center in Wabasso provides en-US weekly tours to Pelican Island, en-US the first designated Wildlife en-US Refuge in the United States. en-USLearning about nature en-USSuzann en-US Moritz of en-US Sebastian en-US visited en-US Dollywood en-US in Pigeon en-US Forge, en-US Tenn. en-US Thanks for en-US taking us en-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-USrelaxing day. There will be some needles and en-US yarn for those who would like to try. Meet en-US new friends and learn new techniques! en-US Refreshments provided. Open to all ages. en-US For en-US more information, contact Hollie at (772) en-US 226-3080 or en-US hjenkins@irclibrary.orgen-GB en-GB Daoist Tantra Meditations (Nei Gong) en-GB Workshop:en-GB hosted by Self Nurturing & en-GB Healing Club, 1-4 p.m., True Balance Energy en-GB Center, 8800 US 1, Ste. 1, Sebastian. Nei en-GB (inner) Gong (alchemy) is a system of ancient en-GB spiritual practices. Two experienced Nei en-GB Gong teachers will lead you in meditations en-GB that harness your sexual energy for the en-GB purpose of developing a powerful energy en-GB body. These exercises and techniques help en-GB to cultivate this energy body for self-healing, en-GB spiritual development, and personal en-GB transformation. The fee is $45 and includes en-GB refreshments. Reservations required. en-GB For en-GB reservations or more information, call/text en-GB Joane at (772) 559-0866 or visit en-GB www.en-GB truebalanceenergycenter.com/events.en-USTUESDAY, JUNE 12en-US en-US Bad Art Create and Show:en-US 2 p.m., Main en-US Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. Teens en-US are invited to get creative and make the en-US tackiest and most unconventional art en-US possible. Various types of materials will be en-US provided. After all the pieces are completed, en-US they will be put on display and all particien-US-en-US pants will vote on the "Worst" Art. Prizes will en-US be awarded. en-US For more information, contact en-US Patti Fuchs at (772) 770-5060, ext. 4132, or en-US pfuchs@irclibrary.orgen-US en-US Open Mic:en-US 6 p.m., en-GBBrackett Library, en-GB 6155 College Lane, Vero Beach. en-USShare your en-US poetry and short stories loud and proud. en-US Teens and adults welcome. en-US RSVP to Hollie at en-US (772) 226-3080.en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 14en-US en-US Mashed Potato Players:en-US 10:30 a.m., en-US North Indian River County Library, 1001 en-US Sebastian Blvd., Sebastian. This Summer in en-US "Space Rockers" audiences are crew en-US members on the Space Shuttle Potato with en-US Capt Quaisar & Mr Zenith blasting off on a en-US funny mission into outer space and learning en-US that books are fun for everyone. No registraen-US -en-US tion required, open to all ages. en-US For more en-US information, contact Patti Fuchs at (772) en-US 770-5060, ext. 4132, or en-US pfuchs@irclibrary.en-US orgen-US en-US Armchair Travel Series:en-US 2 p.m., Brackett en-US Library, 6155 College Lane, Vero Beach. First en-US Stop: Australia and New Zealand with Bill en-US Metakes. Discover new places without ever en-US leaving your chair. Local travelers share their en-US adventures with you! No registration is en-US required. en-US For more information, contact en-US Hollie at (772) 226-3080 or en-US hjenkins@en-US irclibrary.orgen-USFRIDAY, JUNE 15 SATURDAY, JUNE 16en-GB en-GB The Comedy Zone Experience:en-GB Shows en-GB are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., plus free en-GB music on Live in the Loop outdoor stage. en-GB Comedy performances take place on the en-GB Waxlax Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 en-GB Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach. Riversides en-GB showcase of professional comedians touring en-GB the comedy circuit on the Waxlax Stage and en-GB local musicians on the Live in the Loop en-GB stage. Comedians are Spanky Brown and en-GB Kevin White. Tickets for comedian showcase: en-USOuten-USFrom page 14en-US Seeen-US en-US OUTen-US page 16

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en-US 16 en-GB$18, $16. en-GB For information, call (772) 231-en-GB 6990 or visit en-GB www.riversidetheatre.com.en-GBSATURDAY, JUNE 16en-GB en-GB 14th Annual Waterlily Celebration:en-GB en-GB McKee Botanical Garden, 350 US Highway 1, en-GB Vero Beach, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Come enjoy en-GB the magnificent and colorful display of the en-GB state's largest collection of waterlilies en-GB including 20 new varieties of day and night en-GB blooming species, lotus, and Victoria en-GB waterlilies and other aquatic plants. Plant en-GB experts will have repotting demonstrations, en-GB sales and will be on hand to answer any en-GB questions. Vintage garden accents will be on en-GB sale as well. Summer admission rates apply: en-GB May through September: $10 Adults, $9 en-GB Seniors, $5 Children ages 3-12. McKee en-GB members and children under 3 free. The en-GB last admission ticket is sold at 4 pm.en-GB For en-GB more information, visiten-GB www.mckeegarden.en-GB org en-GB or call (772) 794-0601.en-USTHURSDAY, JUNE 21en-US en-US Bucky & Gigi Show:en-US 10:30 a.m., North en-US Indian River County Library, 1001 Sebastian en-US Blvd., Sebastian. In 2018 Bucky & GiGi of en-US Cirque du Jour present "Cruisin' Into Comedy" en-US for the Summer Reading Program. Their en-US unique style combines circus skills, physical en-US comedy, dance, mime, juggling, magic and en-US more for children of all ages. You'll even see en-US the world's smallest harmonica played by en-US GiGi! And families will be thrilled to see their en-US performing canine Zeus in action with a en-US musical piece that will delight both young en-US and young at heart. No registration required, en-US all ages welcome. en-US For more information, en-US contact Patti Fuchs at (772) 770-5060, ext. en-US 4132, or en-USpfuchs@irclibrary.orgen-USFRIDAY, JUNE 22en-USen-US Visit with the Treasure Coast Mermaid:en-US en-US 10:30 a.m., Main Library, en-GB1600 21st Street, en-GB Vero Beach. en-US Families are invited for Mermaid en-US stories, photo opportunities, and a meet and en-US greet with Bridgette, the Treasure Coast en-US Mermaid. en-US For more information, contact en-US Patti Fuchs at (772) 770-5060, ext. 4132, or en-US pfuchs@irclibrary.orgen-USFRIDAY, JUNE 22 SATURDAY, JUNE 23en-US en-US Howl at the Moon Experience:en-US Shows en-US are at 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Howl en-US performances take place on the Waxlax en-US Stage at Riverside Theatre, 3250 Riverside en-US Park Drive, Vero Beach. More than a dueling en-US pianos show, Howl at the Moon is a high-enen-US-en-US ergy music show. Come sing, dance, and en-US howl as the most talented musicians perform en-US your favorite rock, pop, and dance hits from en-US the 80s, 90s, and today. Local musicians en-US will continue to perform on the free outdoor en-US stage between Howl performances. Howl en-US tickets: $22, $20, $18, $16. en-US For information, en-US call (772) 231-6990 or visit en-US www.riversideten-US-en-US heatre.com.en-USTUESDAY, JUNE 26en-US en-US DIY Zombie Make-Up & Parade:en-US 2 p.m., en-US Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. en-US Teens will learn how to apply shockingly en-US realistic injury and zombie make-up using en-US items you can find in your own home. After en-US the tutorial, the Zombies will parade en-US downtown and back to the library for en-US refreshments. Teens are encouraged to en-US dress appropriately if they plan to attend the en-US parade portion of the program. en-US For more en-US information, contact Patti Fuchs at (772) en-US 770-5060, ext. 4132, or en-US pfuchs@irclibrary.en-US orgen-USTHROUGH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27en-GB en-GB Spring Gallery Rotation of the en-GB Galleries:en-GB First Presbyterian Church, 520 en-GB Royal Palm Blvd., Vero Beach. Featured local en-GB artists include Keith Mills, Susan Lavender, en-GB and George Pillorg. Tours available and en-GB meet the artists. Light refreshments will be en-GB served in the Eleanor T. Smith lounge. Free. en-GB Works will be on display from April 4 June en-GB 27. An opening reception will be held Sunday, en-GB April 22, from 35 p.m. The Galleries are en-GB open for viewing from noon-3 p.m., Mon.en-GB Thurs. Guided tours are available Wednesen-GB -en-GB days between 3-5 p.m. Admission is free. en-GBFor en-GB more information, contact Ginger Lagemann en-GB at (772) 562-9088 or en-GB ginger@firstpresvero.en-GB org.en-GBFRIDAY, JUNE 29en-GB en-GB Downtown Friday: Street party along en-GB14th Avenue in downtown Vero Beach from en-GB 6-9 p.m. on the last Friday of the month. Live en-GB music, food, fun, crafts, more. en-GB For more en-GB information, call (772) 643-6872 or email en-GB info@mainstreetverobeach.org.en-USSATURDAY, JUNE 30en-US en-US Burgers & Brews 2018 An American en-US Heritage Celebration: en-US 1-9 p.m., hosted by en-US United Against Poverty of Indian River County en-US along 14th Avenue in downtown Vero Beach. en-US Live music featuring Ballyhoo!, East Harbor en-US and Ladies of Soul will be playing throughout en-US the day and night. Specialty cuisine, a variety en-US of brews, family-friendly games, local street en-US vendors, a local celebrity dunk tank and free en-US lawn seating will be available for guests to en-US enjoy. Slider tasting and best burger en-US competitions, apple pie eating contest, more. en-US For VIP ticket information call (772) 770-en-US 0740 and ask for Staci or purchase them on en-US Eventbrite.en-US en-US For more information on Burgers en-US & Brews visit en-US www.BurgersAndBrews.orgen-USTHROUGH FRIDAY, AUG. 31en-GB en-GB "It's A Jungle Out There!" exhibit:en-GB en-GB McKee Botanical Garden, 350 US Highway 1, en-GB Vero Beach. Journey back to the days of en-GB McKee Jungle Gardens as 24 beautiful en-GB hand-crafted African jungle animals made of en-GB recycled metal, created specifically for en-GB McKee, are on display throughout the en-GB Garden. Extended now on display through en-GB Aug. 31. en-GBFor more information, call (772) en-GB 794-0601 or visit en-GB www.mckeegarden.org.en-USONGOING EVENTSen-USen-US Museum Art School Adult Fall, Winter, en-US and Spring Term Classes:en-US A range of classes en-US will be offered through May 25 at the Vero en-US Beach Museum of Art, 3001 River Park en-US Drive, Vero Beach. en-USFor information, call (772) en-US 231-0707 or visit en-US www.verobeachmuseum.en-US org.en-US Craft Club of Sebastian:en-US Artists and en-US crafters are welcome. Meets September en-US through April on the third Thursday of each en-US month from 2-3 p.m. at the North Indian en-US River County Library on County Road 512 in en-US Sebastian. en-US tVisit en-US www.sebastiancraftclub.en-US com/ Answers Located in the Classied Section Out en-USFrom page 15

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en-US 17 en-USFuchs at (772) 770-5060, ext. 4132, or en-US pfuchs@irclibrary.orgen-GB en-GB Diabetes class:en-GB 4-5 p.m., Main Library en-GB (in the history room), 1600 21st Street, Vero en-GB Beach. Free class on diabetes for people en-GB who have just been diagnosed as well as for en-GB people who have had diabetes for years but en-GB may have difficulty managing it. en-GBFor more en-GB information, call educator Noreen Williams en-GB at (321) 615-1901.en-GBSATURDAY, JUNE 9en-US en-US Sling Along with Me:en-US 10 a.m., North en-US Indian River County Library, 1001 Sebastian en-US Blvd., Sebastian. Infants through 6 year olds en-US are welcome to join in the songs and stories en-US as we learn the art of child wearing. Little en-US ones are encouraged to bring their own dolls en-US to learn how to "wear" their babies, too. en-US Contact Patti Fuchs at (772) 770-5060, ext. en-US 4132, or en-USpfuchs@irclibrary.org.en-US en-US World Knit in Public Day:en-US 1 p.m., Main en-US Library, en-GB 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. en-US Knitters unite! Bring your knitting, crochet, en-US cross stitch or other project and enjoy a en-US relaxing day. There will be some needles and en-US yarn for those who would like to try. Meet en-US new friends and learn new techniques! en-US Refreshments provided. Open to all ages. en-US For en-US more information, contact Hollie at (772) en-US 226-3080 or en-US hjenkins@irclibrary.orgen-USMONDAY, JUNE 11 FRIDAY, JUNE 15en-GB en-GB Vacation Bible School:en-GB 6-8:30 p.m. en-GB Cornerstone Baptist Fellowship, 1091 en-GB Schumann Dr., Sebastian invites kids aged en-GB 5-12 to launch into Hyperdrive. Kids will en-GB discover Jesus from Eternity Past to Eternity en-GB Future as the Time Travellers enjoy songs, en-GB dramas, crafts-science, games, missions, en-GB and free suppers each day. en-GB Contact Ms. en-GB Janet, (772) 589-7012. Pre-register at en-GB www.en-GB cbfsebastian.worthyofpraise.org. rfntb n rnntb n n nn nnn nn nn 131Personals rfn ttb b n nnnb n b n 108Classes/Lessons rfntbn ftnnn r rfnftrb rnf rn fnnn nrrnf nfr tnnr r rfnn rnnnnfr n f nrrfntbtrrrfrntfnrrrnrrfrfnrtbrnf nnnnfrrrt r tt b rt nb tn nb f btttr f n tn nt nnnb bt t tn r n nn n f f n nn nn n nb nn 132SpecialNotices t n nn nn nnn t nn nn nn 205Antiques/ Collectibles/Art MERCHANDISEMART t t nnn n tttn b b nn br bn 145Wanted n nn n nn ntn tttnn 132SpecialNotices n nn tn tft ffn ttft t nn f f nt t n 230Bargains:$200 orless t t tt nnn nn n n nttt 205Antiques/ Collectibles/Art n nn nnn nn nn 270Medical Equipment&Supplies tf n f nf fnn 255Electronics t rf rtt nn nb ttttftn 234BuildingSupplies &Equipment t tn 230Bargains:$200 orless 299miscNATIONAL Ads ffrnr nn nn n nb nn 270Medical Equipment&Supplies 299miscNATIONAL Ads tbrff fn t f nbn nn nn ntn n 270Medical Equipment&Supplies 299miscNATIONAL Ads trfrr b r b n n nb 270Medical Equipment&Supplies en-USPoisonous plants to be aware ofen-USIen-USf you look around your yard and en-US neighborhood, you will find ornamental en-US plants of almost every size, shape and en-US color. What you dont know about some of en-US these common plants can be deadly. Some en-US parts of the ornamental plants or flowers in en-US your yard may contain deadly poison. The en-US most susceptible to being harmed by these en-US plants are children and pets. en-US One of the most toxic and common en-US poisonous plants is the Oleander. The en-US Oleander plant contains a deadly heart en-US stimulant that resembles the prescription en-US drug digitalis. If a child eats a single leaf or en-US two from this plant it could be deadly. en-US There have been several instances where en-US people have died from eating meats that en-US were roasted from a wood fire that en-US contained Oleander twigs or branches. en-US Dieffenbachia, which is a common en-US tropical that many of us have in our homes, en-US is also a highly toxic plant. All parts of this en-US plant are poisonous. If eaten, the plant can en-US cause intense burning and irritation of your en-US mouth. The plant can be deadly if enough en-US swelling occurs to block your airway. You en-US should always wash your hands after en-US handling this or any of the listed poisonous en-US plants.en-US Another surprising plant is the Azalea. en-US All parts of the Azalea plant can be toxic if en-US ingested. The symptoms include nausea en-US and vomiting along with difficulty in en-US breathing and possibly coma. The end en-US result can be fatal. Even the berries of en-US Jasmine plants can be toxic. They can cause en-US digestive problems along with nervous en-US system disorders. en-US The foliage from oak trees can be toxic en-US but the effects are gradual. If foliage is en-US ingested, it can slowly affect your kidneys. en-US You need to ingest a substantial amount for en-US severe poisoning to occur. Lantana, which en-US is commonly used by many as a colorful en-US ground cover, is another specimen that is en-US toxic if ingested. Acute poisoning can cause en-US hemorrhagic diarrhea and rapid heart rate.en-US Although this list includes some of the en-US most common plant varieties, there are en-US many more that could be added to this list en-US including Milkweed, Narcissus, Daffodil, en-US poison Oak, Purslane and Snow on the en-US Mountain. Bear in mind that just because en-US some of your favorite plants can be toxic if en-US ingested, common sense and keeping these en-US plants out of the reach of small children and en-US pets can totally avoid tragedy. en-US We have talked a lot about common and en-US seemingly innocent plants that can be toxic en-US but here is one plant that many people en-US think is deadly poisonous but in reality, it is en-US harmless. The plant I am referring to is the en-US Poinsettia. The Poinsettia plant is one of the en-US most widely produced plants in the en-US country. During the holidays, almost every en-US household has at least one Poinsettia en-US adorning their dcor. Fear not, as todays en-US commercially distributed varieties are not en-US poisonous. en-US There are some people, however, that en-US may get a mild allergic reaction to the milky en-US sap if it comes in contact with their skin. en-US The affected areas can be washed with soap en-US and water to remove the sap if irritation en-US develops. Poinsettia plants are not a serious en-US risk for animals although it is always best to en-US keep any plant out of the reach of pets if en-US they like to chew plants.en-US Finally, there are also several common en-US houseplants that can be toxic to animals en-US and children. Probably the most common is en-US the Philodendron. The toxic part is the en-US leaves. If ingested, it can cause burning of en-US the lips and mouth and can also cause en-US contact dermatitis if the plant juice contacts en-US the skin. Similar symptoms can occur with en-US Pothos, Golden Pothos and Devils Ivy. en-US If you have any ideas or topics you might en-US like me to cover, e-mail me at the address en-US listed below. If you would like your question en-US and answer to be considered for printing in en-US the column, please let me know in your en-US e-mail. See you next week!en-US Contact Joe Zelenak at en-UShometownen-US -en-US garden@gmail.com en-US or visit his website en-US www.en-US hometowngarden.com. GARDEN NOOK en-USJOE ZELENAK en-USCalendaren-USFrom page 7

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