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Vero Beach, FL - Ed. 2010.10.14
     
   
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$25 for $50 of merchandise @ Penelope's Boutique
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                 $50$25     $25Full Hourglass ImageOct 16, 2010

Don't miss out on today's FLASH Deal and the chance to update your style... or purchase for a friend or loved one allowing them to awaken theirs... or you 'Male FLASHERS,' this would be a 'Flash-tastic' way to win some brownie points when you walk in the door tonight!  Penelope's is an upscale contemporary boutique providing the newest fashions from New York and Los Angeles! You can also use today's coupon to check out the jewelry, handbags, and accessories! At Penelope's, you get it all and you will enjoy the home-town service from owner/proprietor, Libbie Ely, who will assist you with all of your needs. Penelope's is partnering with FLASH and will soon be bringing you 'FLASH Fashion Tips.' Celebrate the collaboration with us and enjoy this incredible 50% off 'Deal'! Deals will only be available for purchase until midnight on Saturday! Buy now and you too will be on your way to stylin' the best this season!

Spread the word and tell your friends, text your BFF, tweet away and post on Facebook!  Great things are meant to be shared...and this is a great thing! Multiple FLASH Deals can be purchased by submitting separate transactions. 5% percent of all proceeds will go to support breast cancer research!

This coupon is good on any and all merchandise purchased by November 30, 2010.

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Rev. MICHAEL WARD
Is a Positive person!

"Preach the Gospel at all times and when necessary, use words."  


A Vero Beach resident since the age of 5, Michael Ward has a long history of making a positive impact within our community. Many non-profits have benefited from Michael's involvement including the Treasure Coast Kiwanis where he recently received an award for 24 years of perfect attendance! Other charities include: Riverside Theatre (former member of the Board of Directors), The Source, Indian River County Children's Services (former grant review committee member), and the Women's Refuge of Vero Beach (former advisory board member).
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This level of service is remarkable and  yet astounding when you learn that Michael works two separate demanding, full-time (over-time) professions: as a Certified Public Accountant with Curtis, Ward & Associates and as the Rector of St. Mark's Anglican Church! He's been equally active within the Diocese  including chairing the diocesan Board of Examining Chaplains. He's a founding member of the Society of St Anthony dedicated to a life of prayer, ongoing conversion, study, and service. He seems to embody the quote  attributed to St. Francis of Assisi that he says is his greatest inspiration: "Preach the Gospel at all times and when necessary, use words."
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After 26 years as a CPA, Michael is answering the call toward even greater involvement with the church and will be retiring at the end of the year! Michael has been married to his wife Sheila for 21 years and together they have a six year-old daughter, Sarah, pictured above.  Team Flash wishes Michael a happy and relaxing so-called 'retirement.' Though we are not sure that 'retirement' is the right word. Why the uncertainty?  First, his advice to others is to find what one is passionate about and pursue it with everything one has. Second, in reply to the question asking about his greatest accomplishment, he states: "I suppose that remains to be seen!"  Well...chapter two sounds like it is going to be equally as exciting! On behalf of many, Team FLASH would like to thank you for all you have given to our community. We are eternally grateful!

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DO YOU JUST LOVE A MARCHING BAND?
Then you won't want to miss

Crown Jewel Marching Band Festival

marching band 

The Vero Beach High School Band will host the 29th Annual Crown Jewel Marching Band Festival on Saturday, October 16th at the Citrus Bowl Stadium.  This annual gathering of some of the finest high school bands in Florida is presented in a preliminary and finals format.  The Preliminary competition begins at 10:00 a.m. and the Finals Competition begins at 6:30 p.m.  Tickets are $12 for both preliminaries and finals.  Tickets for the Finals competition are $10/person and tickets will be sold at the Stadium Gate only.  For more information, please call 772-564-5537 or visit the Crown Jewel Festival website at www.crownjewel.vero-beachfl.us.  
  

 
TWO CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS
CREATIVE WRITING
8-week Creative Writing Workshop
Wednesdays, October 27 - December 15

Writing Your Family History
Tuesdays, November 2 - 23

*All workshops meet 6-8:30 p.m. at the Cultural Council in Vero Beach. Visit
 www.writebynight.net for details and registration.
 
THE EXCHANGE CLUB - FAMILY DAYS BOWLING NIGHT
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      Kelly Spears              Bob Schlitt and                  Wacky Bowling Loser        Wacky Bowling Winner
         takes a break                   Andrew Kennedy                   Crista Porpiglia               Jenny Frederick presents
         from bowling                  Andrew Kennedy                 with Jenny Frederick            Valerie MacMillan  
                                                                                                                    
Recently the Exchange Club enjoyed a night of fun with their families at the new Vero Bowl Lanes and Lounge. Not only did they play traditional games but they also put a twist on things with 'wacky' bowling games. The Exchange Club meets for lunch at Culinary Capers each Wednesday at noon and the meetings feature programs on a wide range of business, government , civic, charity, personal, and professional topics. The Exchange club works for the prevention of child abuse and provides the community with programs in youth activities, service, and Americanism. For more information contact the Exchange Club president Andrew Molloy at (772) 473-4416 or visit the website.
 
CONGRATULATIONS!
We have THE BEST right here!

Congratulations to Tom and Anne Michaels owner/operators and the team at Champion Home Health Care  for being selected "The Best of Vero Beach Award" in the Home Care Services category by the United States Local Business Association for the third year in a row.  This is no small feat and is a prestigious award based on client interviews, community participation and in service evaluations...Not to mention that less than 2% of the recipients ever enjoy consecutive selection as "The Best Of' winner. WOW..Team FLASH and our community are so proud of Champion..The Champions in home health care!  BRAVO!     

champion home health care

If you know of anyone in need of home health Care services, give Tom and the team at Champion Home Health Care a call. You will be glad you did. Their slogan "Providing Care is our Business, Caring is our Nature" is so much more than a slogan to these people. It is a company wide philosophy. Every Champion Aide, every Nurse, and every Staff Member cares about every client, every hour, of every day.
 Who else would you ever want to entrust with your loved one?
 Call 772-257-0442 or visit  www.championhome.com/vero.html

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FREE SCREEN ON THE GREEN AT POINTE WEST    SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16TH @ SUNSET 
 
wallace & gromitBring a blanket  or chairs and come out and enjoy the cooler weather we have been having while watching an outdoor movie under the stars. What could be more fun? The movie is Wallace & Gromit "The Cures of the Were-Rabbit." and is free and open to the public! This Family Movie Night is presented by the Indian River County Recreation Department and Pointe West. Contact Scott Seeley for more info. 772-226-1720 or email scseeley@ircgov.com Point West is located at 1900 Pointe West Drive in Vero Beach.
 

AUDITIONS FOR SEUSSICAL, JR.

Saturday, October 16, 2010
 10:00 am
Riverside Children's Theatre
 

RIVERSIDE THEATRE

Riverside Children's Theatre will be holding auditions for its winter production of "Seussical, Jr.." Auditions are open to ages 8 and up and will take place at the Agnes Wahlstrom Youth Playhouse, 3280 Riverside Park Drive, Vero Beach. Performance dates are February 4-26, 2011. This show will also travel to the Junior Theatre Festival in Atlanta January 14-16. Those auditioning will be asked to prepare 16 measures of a musical theatre song and be dressed comfortably to dance.

For more information on these and other Riverside Children's Theatre programs, contact the theatre at 772-234-8052. Riverside Children's Theatre is the educational arm of Riverside Theatre, Inc.


The 2nd Annual Oktoberfest
octoberfest 
 Presented by the Junior League of Indian River

October 16th

3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Pointe West 

 

Tickets - $5.00 (Children 3 and under free!)

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The day will be filled with fun games, German beers, German food, live music and entertainment. There will be a free kinder-garden, arts & crafts area for kids. Prepay & register for the Corn-hole Tournament complete with cash prizes. ($30 per team)  Beer and wine will be sold at $4 per glass. All proceeds from the 2010 Oktoberfest event will benefit The Whole Child Connection and other Community Impact Projects. For additional information, tickets or to register for the Corn-hole Tournament call 772-563-9287 or email JLIndianRiver@gmail.com.

    

 

volunteers neededVOLUNTEERS NEEDED
 HEALTHY START BEACHSIDE 1/2 MARATHON

Saturday, October 16th@ Riverside park - 5:45 a.m.

 

Call for Volunteers! Duties include but not limited to:  Cheering, handing out water to runners, volunteer & runners registration tables, handing out goody bags, directing runners on course, set-up and take-down, hanging signage, communications, manning ice and water stations, setting up tables and chairs, etc. Contact Darlene Forage at dforage@plumbagovs.org or call 772-257-8193. 

CANDIDATE DEBATE

Tonight @ 5:30 at the Emerson Center 

 

debateThis event is sponsored by The League of Women Voters and the Harvard, Yale, and Princeton Clubs.  General admission ticket price is $10.  All proceeds will be donated to The United Way of Indian River County with directed gifts to the Treasure Coast Food Bank, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, and the American Red Cross.  Debate will feature :

 

● Internationally respected keynote speaker, David M. Smick, author.

● Frank Alcock, PH.D. and Fulbright Scholar will present the pro's and con's 

   of all 6 proposed constitutional amendments.

● Lesley Blackner, author of amendment 4, and Ryan Houck, recognized 

   leader of the opposition will debate amendment 4. 

● Debate between Scott Maddox and Adam Putnam, candidates for

   Commissioner of Agriculture.  Tickets may be purchased online at

   www.theemersoncenter.org or by calling  778-5249.

 

 

WE GIVE BOOKS

THE PEARSON FOUNDATION 


BOOKSThe Pearson Foundation has a new book program called We Give Books.  It is for a great cause and free to you!  Every time you read a book online to your child/children, a book will be donated to a leading literacy group of your choice on your behalf.  They have already donated almost 30,000 books.  For more info. and to get started, please click on

http://www.wegivebooks.org/p/how-it-works  



NBA TELEVISED GAME SCHEDULE
 
nbaOkay,...in the past few weeks we have given you the website schedules for College football  as well as the NFL. Now we have one for you basketball fans! This site gives you the week by week schedule for the televised games and there are a lot!  We expect many eyes will be following the so-called "dream team" of the Miami Heat with Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh. Since Cleveland is still angry over Bosh's departure, you might want to mark your TV calendar to watch the first game between the two teams on Dec. 2nd. It promises to be a really 'Heat-ed' match!
 
Note: In the top right hand corner of the site, you can enter your favorite team and it will bring up the schedule of your choice. 
  

                          
 

STAR PARTY

Sebastian Inlet State Park

This Saturday, October 16, 2010, 7:30 p.m.

 star gazing

Star Party hosted by the Indian River Astronomical Society. Gaze at the stars at the Day Use Area, located 1/2 mile south of the Sebastian Inlet bridge, on the east side of A1A. Powerful telescopes provided or bring your own.

  • Note* Weather and clouds permitting
  • Regular park admission fees apply 
TIME TO RENEW YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE?
IF SO CHECK OUT WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO TAKE WITH YOU!
 
DRIVERS LICENSEWe have recently heard grumbles from fellow 'Flashers' who went to renew their driver's license. They were surprised to learn that they had not brought the newly required documents with them. The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles enforced stricter requirements  for licenses issued or renewed after Jan, 1, 2010. You can no longer just turn over your old license. Instead you have to submit several documents as proof of citizenship, Social Security number and address. This includes a Certified Birth Certificate or Passport, as well as proof of your S.S. number, and two official  proofs of your current address like a Voter's Registration Card  or Vehicle Registration form.  For complete information on the documents required, click on the website below. 

http://www.gathergoget.com/checklist/index.php 



VIDEO OF THE WEEK
you tube
JOHN WAYNE DOES THE JITTERBUG!

john wayneIf you loved John Wayne like 'Team FLASH' loved John Wayne you'll enjoy this video of a younger Wayne dancing, ... very much  out-of-character for 'the Duke'!
(Hey,- you can't be great at everything, right?)


http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=YjEJTbf7mWQ&feature= fvwJohn
2010-2011 Emerson Center Florida Humanities Series
"BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE
 An Up-close Look at the First Floridians
presented by Fredric M. Hitt
Thursday, October 21, at 7 p.m. 
1590 27th Avenue
 hitt 
Author Fredric Hitt lives on the River of the Sun. In modern times it is called the St. Johns River, and flows northward through Central Florida until it reaches the Atlantic Ocean near Jacksonville, Florida. He shares his love of the river with earlier inhabitants who disappeared from the face of the earth three hundred years before he was born.  Hitt has been published in traditional and internet magazines. His stories have appeared in Going Places, the AAA magazine, Finest Fishing.com and other magazines. His novels, Wekiva Winter, Beyond the River of the Sun and The Last Timucuan have received numerous honors, awards and a Florida Historical Society presidential citation. The Timucuans were probably the Indians who greeted Ponce de Leon on his 1513 arrival in Florida. Come hear and learn more next Thursday!

 

Exciting Telecast at Saint Edward's School
National China Town Hall from Beijing

 
Saint EdwardsSaint Edward's School has been chosen as one of 50 sites nationwide to present CHINA Town Hall, a live telecast from Beijing presented by the National Committee on United States-China Relations. The program will take place on Monday, October 18, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.in the Waxlax Center for the Performing Arts on the Saint Edward's campus, 1895 Saint Edward's Drive in Vero Beach. The event is free and open to the public.

   

  
RECIPE OF THE WEEK
EASY NO CLEAN-UP 'POT- LESS' ROAST
  HERE'S ONE YOUR'RE GONNA LOVE - LOVE - LOVE!
recipe 
 3-4 lb. chuck roast
1 envelope dried onion soup
1 can condensed mushroom soup
4 T. A-1 sauce
Assorted Vegetables: Potatoes, Carrots, Onions
 
Line a roasting pan with enough aluminum foil to fold over meat. Spread A-1 sauce over entire surface of meat. Next, evenly sprinkle contents of onion soup envelope and then spread mushroom soup on top. Place vegetables in foil and draw edges of foil together and seal. Roast at 350 degrees for 2 (for smaller roast) to 3 hours. The ingredients blend together to make a delicious gravy, so you could certainly plan on serving mashed potatoes or rice instead of including potatoes with the veggies. (It's even good as an open face hot sandwich on top of a slice of fresh bread - yum!).....And no pot to wash!   
   
HEALTH TIP
 
apple

      IT'S APPLE SEASON!     
Here are some facts you may not know!
 
You've heard that an apple a day will keep the doctor away and maybe it's true!  A report from the University of Illinois on apple nutrition describes the many health benefits of apples and recommends to get the full benefit they should be eaten raw and unpeeled. Along with Vitamins A and C, apples are a source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber such as pectin actually helps to prevent cholesterol buildup in the lining of blood vessel walls, thus reducing the incident of arterio- sclerosis and heart disease. The insoluble fiber provides bulk in the intestinal tract.

OTHER BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  • A good source of antioxidants, a group of chemicals that scavenge and neutralize unstable molecules called free radicals. Free radicals, which can wreak havoc on cells and tissues and appear to play a role in the onset of heart disease and prostate, colon and other cancers.
  • Contain chemicals which help protect the brain from dementia and Alzheimer's
  • Phenolics, found in apples, protect the nerve cells from neurotoxicity.
  • Acidicy makes an ideal product to help clean and whiten teeth.
  • The Washington State Apple Commission recommends eating 3 apples a day, preferably before meals, if you are trying to lose weight. Supposedly, you can lose 1/2 pound a week even if you do not change your caloric intake or activity level. If you try this and it works...Let us know!



AUTO INSURANCE RATES VARY BY STATE

auto insuranceA recent survey by Insure.com revealed (surprisingly) that Louisiana has the highest insurance  in the country with an average annual cost of $2510. Michigan was second with $2098. Florida came in at number 25 with $1453. Maine was the lowest with $902, slightly lower than Vermont and Ohio which were also under $1,000.

The results came from a study that collected average auto insurance rates for more than 2,400 vehicles, based on ten ZIP codes per state and rates from six large carriers, with averages calculated nationally and for each state. Check out the survey by clicking here.

SAVINGS TIP OF THE WEEK!
 
piggy bank 
 
'THRIFT SHOPPING' IN VERO BEACH
 
It's always fun to look around in a Thrift Shop, and we have lots of them in Indian River County as well as nearby in St. Lucie and Brevard. We know several gals who have saved tons of money on children's clothes at these spots. Kids grow so fast that many of the items displayed are as good as new! They can also be good spots to pick up whole sets of china and glassware and even furniture in good condition. (We know one Mom who furnished her daughter's apartment at college almost entirely from thrift stores!) So, if you want to go bargain shopping, click this website for a directory of all the Thrift Shops in the area.                                           
 
 
SUPPORT OUR HUMANE SOCIETY 
MAKE A $5.00 DONATION
 
RECEIVE A 25% OFF SHOPPING PASS TO MACY'S
Purchase your shopping pass by calling Connie 772-388- 3331 ext. 26 or come by the shelter or purchase at Macy's the day of event from the Humane Society's table.
 
shop for a cause

MORE NEWS FROM THE HUMANE SOCIETY 
Cat vaccination clinic set for October 17th
 
cat-vetThe Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County (HSVB & IRC) will be sponsoring a rabies vaccination clinic for cats on Sunday, October 17th from 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. The clinic is open to Indian River County residents facing financial hardship and will be held at The Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County, located at 6230 77th St., Vero Beach. The cost for vaccination is $10 per cat. Three-year rabies vaccinations can be administered for the same fee but cat owners must provide documentation that their cat was previously vaccinated against rabies. IRC animal licenses also available. 1 yr=$10 for spayed or newtered cats  or $20 for an unsterilized cat.
 
Attendees must show current proof of Indian River County residency. Copies of any previous vaccination records are helpful. For more information call (772) 388-3331 ext. 31. 

 Children's Art Festival


Children's Art FestivalWhy not give Betsy Nolan of 'Team FLASH a call. Betsy has recently joined our team. We are sure that you will love Betsy as much as we do! She is eager to help you promote your business and/or service on FLASH. We can help design and create copy that will entice our 'Flash Subscribers'!  Give Betsy a call to find out about the different advertising opportunities that exist. 

Contact:
Betsy Nolan - (772) 539-1752 /
betsybish@live.com  
  
 MEETING CALENDAR
community calendar 
REGULARLY  SCHEDULED  MEETINGS: 
 
  Send us an email. We will be happy to include your information.
  • The Exchange Club Of Indian River Meets every Wednesday at Culinary Capers, 737 22nd Street and is a 501(c)3 that raises funds for child abuse prevention programs. Contact Andrew Malloy for more information. (772) 473-4416
  • The Indian River Genealogical Societymeets monthly on every second Tuesday, September through May, at 9:30 AM in the large first floor conference room of the IRC Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach.  All IRGS general meetings are free and open to the public.  For more information check the website www.irgs.com.  
  • Vero Beach Computer Group General Monthly Meeting September 13, 7:00-8:30 pm at Board of Realtors, 2182 Ponce de Leon Circle; Special Interest Groups meet in History Room, Main Library; Phone:772-569-4289;  www.verobeach.com/theverobeachcomputergroup; membership $20, all kinds of computer help and interests
  • Indian River Corvette Club Monthly General Membership Meeting at C.J. Cannon's at the Airport, 737 22nd Street - Vero Beach at 5:30/dinner and 6:30 meeting on the second Thursday of every month. www.ircorvettes.com
  • Vero Beach Orchid Society meets on the 3rd Thursday each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Garden Club of Indian River county 2526 17th  Ave.,  www.verobeachorchidsociety.org, BRING A FRIEND!
  • The Vero Beach Art Club Business meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm, with a 1/2 an hour social that begins at 6:30. Meetings are held in the Leonhart Auditorium, Vero Beach Museum of Art. The public is cordially invited to attend. A guest artist demonstration, presentation or other special feature makes for an enjoyable function. 772-231-0303. Notice: The first meeting for the 2010-2011 season begins Thursday, October 7, 2010. www.verobeachartclub.org/clubinfo.php?id=4 
  • Taxpayers Association, Indian River County, Inc. Is a Not-For-Profit Corporation that meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at Joey's Bistro, Corner of 20th Street and Indian River Boulevard, Vero Beach. Arrive by 11:45a. Invocation at 12:00 noon. Phone: 772-567-9567. www.verobeach.com/taxpayers
  • Rotary Club Of Vero Beach meets Thursdays at the Quail Valley River Club,2345 Highway A1A from 12:00 to 1:15. ww.rotaryclubofverobeach.com/Home.html
  • Treasure Coast Kiwanis  meets every Wed. morning at 7:00 am to 8:10  at C J Cannon's by the airport. http://www.verokiwanis.com/ 
  •  Direct Sales Women's Alliance Networking event once a month at Woody's Sebastian located at 13600 U.S. Highway 1, Sebastian, FL 32958. Start time is 6:30 P.M.  Next meeting is Oct. 19th, 2010. For more information call Mori 772-633-9914 or email lac321@dswa.org.
  • Florida Master Naturalist Program at the ELC from September 21 - November 4 (most Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-8 pm. $225/person www.MasterNaturalist.org (772) 589-5050  
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14TH
 
** CANDIDATE DEBATE at 5:30 at the Emberson Center - sponsored by The League of Women Voters and Harvard, Yale, and Princeton Clubs - $10 - debates on constitutional amendments and candidates for Commissioner of Agriculture. Tickets $10 - may be purchased online at   www.theemersoncenter.org or by calling  778-5249.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16TH
 
** Oktoberfest -  The Junior League of Indian River is hosting the 2nd annual Oktoberfest on Saturday October 16th from 3 - 7 pm. Featuring: German Beers, German food, Live music and Entertainment, Kinder Garden Play Area free for Kids, Arts & Crafts Vendors. New this year - Cornhole Tournament with cash prizes. General Admission $5.00  

** Shop For A Cause - The Humane Society is providing 25% discount certificates to Macy's for a $5 donation to the Humane Society. Call Connie to participate!  772-388-3331 ext. 26

** AUDITIONS FOR SEUSSICAL JR - 10 a.m. at the Agnes Wahlstrom Youth Playhouse at Riverside Park. For more information, call 772-234-8052.

**  29TH Crown Jewel Marching Band Festival  - Vero Beach High School Band will host the event at the Citrus Bowl Stadium.  Some of the finest high school bands in Florida will participate. The Preliminary competition begins at 10:00 a.m. and the Finals Competition begins at 6:30 p.m.  Tickets are $12 for both preliminaries and finals.  Tickets for the Finals competition are $10/person and tickets will be sold at the Stadium Gate only.  For more information, please call 772-564-5537 or visit the Crown Jewel Festival website at www.crownjewel.vero-beachfl.us.

** STAR PARTY @ Sebastian Inlet State Park - 7:30 p.m.

Star Party hosted by the Indian River Astronomical Society, at the Day Use Area, located 1/2 mile south of the Sebastian Inlet bridge, on the east side of A1A. Powerful telescopes provided or bring your own. Note* Weather and clouds permitting. 

 

 ** Farmers Market Beachside - 8am to noon Corner of Ocean Drive & Dahlia Lane Across from Humiston Park - regular park admission fees apply.


**  Camp Chrysalis -  Many children need the help and support of others after a loved one dies.  VNA hospice provides that assistance through Camp Chrysalis, a bereavement day camp for children ages 7 - 12 scheduled for October 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at LaPorte Farms in Sebastian.  Enrollment deadline is October 8.  For additional information, please contact Tracy Soethe at tsoethe@vnatc.com or 772-978-5553.

** THE WORLD'S LARGEST FLOTILLA will travel to Ft. Pierce starting at 9 a.m. and arrive at Turning Basin at 12 noon. www.marinecleanupinitiativeinc.org/Flotilla_Signup.html

** The Captain's Cookout at Marina Square Park, Ft. Pierce from 2-10 p.m. Childrens Activities - Food - Beer - Wine - Music - Raffle

** FREE SCREEN ON THE GREEN AT POINTE WEST - the movie Wallace & Gromit "The Cures of Were-Rabbit" will be showing at sunset for free. Contact Scott Seeley for more info - 772-226-1720 or email scseeley@ircgov.com
 
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17TH 
** 4TH annual Bowl to Build benefiting Habitat for Humanity. $30/person and individual and 5 team registrations are welcome - Registration includes 3 games and shoe rental and games will begin at Vero Bowl at 1:45. Check-in begins at 1:00. Call Debbie for more info (772) 562-9860 ext. 232

MONDAY, OCTOBER 18TH 
** HEALTHY START BEACHSIDE 1/2 MARATHON - 5:45 A.M. - Volunteer needed - contact Darlene Forage at forage@plumbagovs.org or call 772-257-8193 

** CHINA Town Hall live telecast from Beijing at 7 p.m. in the Waxlax Center for the Performing Arts at St. Edwards - FREE

 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21ST
** "BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE" - An Up-close Look at the First Floridians presented by Fredric M. Hitt at 7 p.m. at 1590 27th Ave.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 25TH
** Fall Festival on October 25 featuring hayrides and a scarecrow contest.  LaPorte Farms is located at 7700 129th St., Sebastian, FL  32958.   Call 772-388-824 for more information.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27TH,
** Creative Writing Workshop begins - from 6-8:30 for 8 weeks (until December 15) at the  Cultural Council. Visit
www.writebynight.netfor details and registration.   

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30TH
** German Dinner / Redeemer Lutheran Church and Preschool, Vero Beach   4-7 PM / Adults - $10, Children 6-12 are $5, and Children 5 & under are free.
Sponsored by Homeless Family Center.

** Farmers Market Beachside - 8am to noon Corner of Ocean Drive & Dahlia Lane Across from Humiston Park

 
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