Do you have good circulation in your legs?
People have peripheral arterial disease when the arteries in their legs become narrowed or clogged with fatty deposits or plaque.
When leg arteries harden and become clogged, blood flow to the legs and feet decreases. Less blood reaches the muscles in the legs, which makes them hurt. This is like angina, which makes the heart muscle hurt.
PAD is often ignored, since many people think the pain or aching in their legs is related to aging or arthritis.
As a result, many people with PAD do not know they have it and do not get treatment.
It is important to discuss any leg or thigh pain you may be having with your healthcare provider.
If you have PAD, your risk of suffering a heart attack can be six times higher than normal, even if you don't have leg symptoms.
Finding and treating PAD early can help keep your legs healthy, lower your risk for heart attack or stroke, and save your life and limbs.
Take a moment to answer these PAD screening questions:
Are you younger than 50 years of age, have diabetes and at least one other cardiac risk factor - history of smoking, abnormal cholesterol or high blood pressure?
Age 50 years or older and have diabetes?
Age 50 years or older and a former or current smoker?
Age 65 years or older?
Do you have one or more PAD symptoms?
Fatigue, heaviness, tiredness or cramping in your leg muscles (calf, thigh or buttocks) that occurs during activity, such as walking, and goes away when you stop and rest.
Foot or toe pain at rest that often disturbs sleep
Skin wound or ulcers on your feet that are slow to heal (or that do not heal for 8-12 weeks)
If you answered yes to any of these risk factors, you are encouraged you to attend a free PAD screening at Parrish Medical Center.
The Ankle-Brachial Index test takes 30-40 minutes, and you are only required to remove your shoes and socks. You will be screened by a cardiovascular healthcare professional.
Call Parrish Medical Center at (321) 268-6150 to make an appointment.
Free ABI testing for PAD is performed on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons at PMC, , 951 N. Washington Ave., Titusville; and Friday afternoons at Parrish Health & Fitness Center, 2210 Cheney Highway, Titusville.
For more information visit www.parrishmed.com or call (321) 268-6110.
New planet candidates found
NASA's Kepler mission has announced the discovery of 461 new planet candidates.
Four of the potential new planets are less than twice the size of Earth and orbit in their sun's "habitable zone," the region in the planetary system where liquid water might exist on the surface of a planet.
Based on observations conducted from May 2009 to March 2011, the findings show a steady increase in the number of smaller-size planet candidates and the number of stars with more than one candidate.
Since the last Kepler catalog was released in February 2012, the number of candidates discovered in the Kepler data has increased by 20 percent and now totals 2,740 potential planets orbiting 2,036 stars. The most dramatic increases are seen in the number of Earth-size and super Earth-size candidates discovered, which grew by 43 and 21 percent respectively.
The new data increases the number of stars discovered to have more than one planet candidate from 365 to 467.
Today, 43 percent of Kepler's planet candidates are observed to have neighbor planets.
The Kepler space telescope identifies planet candidates by repeatedly measuring the change in brightness of more than 150,000 stars in search of planets that pass in front, or "transit," their host star.
At least three transits are required to verify a signal as a potential planet.
Candidates require additional follow-up observations and analyses to be confirmed as planets. At the beginning of 2012, 33 candidates in the Kepler data had been confirmed as planets. Today, there are 105.
The complete list of Kepler planet candidates is available in an interactive table at the NASA Exoplanet Archive. The archive is funded by NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program to collect and make public data to support the search for and characterization of exoplanets and their host stars.
For information about the NASA Exoplanet Archive, visit http://exoplanetarchive.ipac.caltech.edu/index.html.
For information about the Kepler Mission, visit http://www.nasa.gov/kepler.
Vendors sought for crafts and plant sale
Brevard County Parks and Recreation will host a Spring Craft and Plant Sale at Wickham Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 9. The fair will be held inside the park, 2500 Parkway Drive in Melbourne.
Wickham Park is currently seeking craft vendors, food vendors and local nurseries or novice plant propagators who wish to participate in the event.
Vendor spaces, 10-foot-by-10-foot, are available for $21.20 each. Spaces are located in an uncovered grassy area. Tables will not be provided.
To request a registration packet via email, fax or U.S. Postal Service, contact Tabitha Niemann at email@example.com.
Packets are also available for pickup at the Ranger Station inside Wickham Park or can be downloaded online at www.brevardcounty.us/ParksSouth.
The deadline to register is Monday, March 4.
For more information, call Wickham Park at (321) 255-4307 or visit www.brevardcounty.us/Wickham or www.facebook.com/BrevardWickhamPark.
Healing families - healing communities
Parrish Medical Center employees recently raised more than $113,600 in their fifth annual employee giving campaign.
Co-chaired by Ryan Hieronymus, registration and scheduling interim director, and Sheryl Shelley, who works in the clinical equipment department, the PMC Circle of Giving Committee rallied employees and selected a signature project that reaches out to the community.
The campaign supported a wellness package consisting of four projects: a new Healing in Motion van - a transportation program that helps patients get to their hospital appointments or gives them a ride home after a hospital stay; new lift equipment to safely transport patients; a third-floor fitness area upgrade for care partners; and Telehealth Monitoring equipment to remotely monitor patients to keep them healthy and prevent readmissions to the hospital.
All four projects focus on increased wellness for the community and PMC employees.
For more information, contact (321) 269-4066 or visit parrishmedfoundation.com
Beachside facilities available
The city of Satellite Beach has indoor and outdoor facilities for activities and for rent.
Pelican Beach Clubhouse: capacity 70
Pelican Beach Park pavilions: six, capacity 12-70
Skatepark: soccer and football fields
Dog Park: walking trail
DRS Community Center: gymnasium, game room, meeting rooms and dance studios
DeSoto Recreation Comples: tennis and racquetball courts
Samsons Island Nature Park: 52-acre park accessible by boat with public transportation Sundays
Hightower Beach Park: educational boardwalk - dune crossover
For more information, call the Satellite Beach Recreation Department 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday at (321) 773-6458 or visit www.satellitebeachrecreation.org.
Scholarships to be awarded
The Doctors Lawyers Weekend Warriors have announced that it will be awarding three $1,000 scholarships on April 1.
The scholarships, in the name of "Mama G" (Lorraine Guthrie), will be for deserving Brevard and/or Indian River students, who intend to pursue education in fields, dear to Mama G.
Mama G was a surf photographer, a devoted mom and a supporter of surfers at Sebastian Inlet.
Applications for the scholarships must be received by March 1.
For more information, call Jack A. Kirschenbaum at (321) 727-8100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sustained long-term climate warming
NASA scientists say 2012 was the ninth warmest of any year since 1880, continuing a long-term trend of rising global temperatures.
With the exception of 1988, the nine warmest years in the 132-year record all have occurred since 2000, with 2010 and 2005 ranking as the hottest years on record.
NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, which monitors global surface temperatures on an ongoing basis, recently released an updated analysis that compares temperatures around the globe in 2012 to the average global temperature from the mid-20th century.
The comparison shows how Earth continues to experience warmer temperatures than several decades ago.
The average temperature in 2012 was about 58.3 degrees Fahrenheit (14.6 Celsius), which is 1.0 F (0.6 C) warmer than the mid-20th century baseline. The average global temperature has rose about 1.4 degrees F (0.8 C) since 1880, according to the new analysis.
Scientists emphasize that weather patterns always will cause fluctuations in average temperature from year to year, but the continued increase in greenhouse gas levels in Earth's atmosphere assures a long-term rise in global temperatures.
Each successive year will not necessarily be warmer than the year before, but on the current course of greenhouse gas increases, scientists expect each successive decade to be warmer than the previous decade.
For images related to the data, visit http://go.nasa.gov/10wqitw.
New store coming to mall
Melbourne Square Mall has announced the unveiling of its new retail concept, Express.
Slated to open in the fall of 2013, shoppers can browse through a selection of both men's and women's stylish jeans, dress pants, dresses, outerwear and more.
Express is the must-have sexy, sophisticated fashion brand for work, the weekend or going out.
Located near Dick's Sporting Goods, the new 7,644-square-foot store will also offer a denim lab dedicated to young fashion-forward men's and women's denim apparel.
Express operates more than 600 stores across the United States and Canada and can be found online at www.express.com.
Medical center elects officers
Parrish Medical Center's board of directors, in accordance with its bylaws, held an election of officers during its January board meeting.
The election resulted in the following office appointments:
Herman Cole Jr., Col., United States Air Force (ret.), chairman; Robert L. Jordan Jr., vice chairman; Peggy Crooks, treasurer; Billie Fitzgerald, secretary; and J.J. Parrish III, member-at-large.
In addition to the board officers, the nine-member board of directors includes Jerry Noffel, Maureen E. Rupe, and newly appointed Stanley E. Retz, CPA and Ashok Shah, MD.
Newly appointed to the Parrish Medical Center board of directors through appointment by the Brevard County Board of Commissioners and the Titusville City Council were Stanley E. Retz, CPA, and Ashok C. Shah, MD.
For more information, visit www.parrishmed.com.
Volunteer coordinators needed for program
The American Cancer Society has an urgent need for volunteer coordinators to manage the Road to Recovery program's daily drivers in Brevard County.
The Road to Recovery program is operated by volunteers who drive local cancer patients to and from lifesaving chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments.
The society needs volunteer coordinators to match patients with drivers and schedule trips to and from treatments.
An integral part of treating cancer successfully is making sure cancer patients receive their treatments, but many find making transportation arrangements is a challenge.
The American Cancer Society provided more than 3,100 cancer patients with rides to treatment in Florida last year.
If you or someone you know can help this program continue to get patients to their treatments, call Gina Becker at (407) 581-2535 or email email@example.com.
Center gets new artistic director
The Henegar Center for the Arts in Downtown Melbourne has announced that Hank Rion of Indialantic will join the staff as its artistic director, effective mid February, initially on a part-time basis.
He will assume the position full-time in mid-May.
Mr. Rion has extensive education and experience in all aspects of theatrical production.
He is currently director of the drama department in the Satellite High School Fine Arts Academy, where he has directed the award -winning program for more than five years.
Previously (2001-07,) he was an assistant professor at the College of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City, N.C. He served as its Fine Arts Department chairman from 2003 to 2005.
He has performed in several national tours, including "Grease" and "42nd Street."
He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts - theater arts - from Valdosta State University and his master of fine arts in directing from the CUNY- Brooklyn College.
For more information, call (321) 537-0531, (321) 723-8698 or visit www.henegar.org.
The Henegar Center for the Arts is at 625 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
Classroom volunteers needed
Junior Achievement of Central Florida is seeking business and community members to serve as classroom volunteers for students in middle and high schools. JA mentors educate students about financial literacy, work readiness, entrepreneurship and the importance of the free enterprise system.
Volunteer opportunities are available at three levels and require approximately one-hour per week for five-to-seven sessions, depending on the program.
Training is held monthly.
For more information, contact Rachel Whitmire at (407) 898-2121, Ext. 30, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
'Valentines for Seniors' program
The aim of this program is to help develop in the youth an appreciation and respect for seniors, while at the same time, bringing a little joy and happiness into their daily lives. This kind act of service will help bridge the gap between these generations and hopefully bring both youth and seniors together for this special day.
This program began 12 years ago by the North Brevard Seniors And Law Enforcement Together Council in partnership with the North Brevard Elementary Schools.
It was such a success that the Central and South SALT Councils jumped on board seven years ago and are now delivering more than 3,000 cards countywide to nursing homes, senior assistance facilities, hospitals and day care facilities.
Brevard County TRIAD identifies and develops programs to address the needs and safety of senior citizens.
TRIAD is formed by an agreement between the
Sheriff's Office, area chiefs of police, the State Attorney's office, along
with public and private organizations.
For more information, call (321) 749-5945.
Call for visionary concepts
NASA's Space Technology Program is looking for visionary advanced concepts.
This year's annual call for NASA's Innovative Advanced Concepts Program is seeking proposals for revolutionary concepts, with the potential to transform future aerospace missions.
NASA expects to fund about 15 proposals in this year's Phase I process. Those selected may receive as much as $100,000 for nine months of study to advance the innovative space technology concept and help NASA meet current operational and future mission requirements.
Selection announcements are expected this summer.
The solicitation is open to all United States citizens and researchers working in the United States, including NASA civil servants.
The number of awards will depend on the strength of proposals and availability of appropriated funds.
This NASA early investment and partnership with creative scientists, engineers and citizen inventors will pay huge technological dividends and help maintain America's leadership in the global technology economy.
To view the NASA research announcement for this solicitation and for more information about NIAC and NASA's Space Technology Program, visit www.nasa.gov/niac.
Art committee needs volunteer
The District Five Commission Office is looking for a volunteer to fill an opening for the Art in Public Places Advisory Committee.
The Art in Public Places Advisory Committee makes recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners to the selection of works of applied art.
You do not need to live in District Five, and there are no specific qualifications, but an interest in art would be helpful.
The Art in Public Places Advisory Committee meets on the second Thursday of every month. A term is for one year.
If you are interested in being appointed to this board, contact the District Five Commission Office at (321) 253-6611.
Softball season announced
Introducing a challenging 51-game slate, Florida Tech head softball coach Val Silvestrini has released the 2013 schedule.
The schedule, which includes 20 home games, will feature 11 opponents, who played in the 2012 NCAA Division II tournament.
The Panthers begin the season with three straight tournaments.
The first comes in the first-ever Peach Belt Conference-Sunshine State Conference Challenge beginning Feb. 2. The Crimson and Gray will match up against four opponents in a two-day span, including three NCAA tournament teams from 2012 in Armstrong Atlantic State, Columbus State and North Georgia.
The following weekend, FIT will again hit the road, this time traveling to Clearwater, for the Eckerd College Tournament, which includes a contest against regional opponent Flagler. Flagler was a national championship participant last season after winning the Southeast Super Regional at 39-20 overall.
The Panthers will finish the three-tournament opening slate with the University of Alabama - Huntsville Charger Chillout, beginning Feb. 15 in Decatur, Ala.
In total, the Panthers will play on the road the first 15 games of the season.
The first home game will come more than 20 days into the season on Feb. 23, with a doubleheader against Webber International at Nancy Bottge Field. The squad will remain at home for a doubleheader the following day against Flagler. Three days later, the Panthers will again go on the road, this time to begin conference play against Tampa.
FIT will close out the schedule with a home series against Barry. The final game of the regular season, on April 21, will represent senior day for four seniors in Kara Dickinson, Lindsy Dugan, Kyla Palaschak and Erica Tollett.
Coach Silvestrini is now entering her fourth season at the helm of the Panthers. She is assisted by Jillian Lafrance, Caurie Miller and former Panther Sarah Oram.
For more details about the 2013 schedule, visit www.floridatechsports.com/softball/schedule/.
Grant provides disabled students with disabilities a better chance
Students with intellectual disabilities will have a better chance for living independently and finding employment, thanks to a new state grant that Brevard Community College has received.
The $15,000 allocation will fund a program called "Together" that teams the college with Brevard Public Schools to assist disabled students 18-22 years old.
Using academic and social mentors, the students will have the opportunity to audit classes, get involved in student clubs and participate in Student Government Association events.
The goal is to help them learn employable skills through BCC's vocation programs and use social interaction on campus to improve their ability to live independently.
For more information on the "Together" program, email email@example.com or call (321) 433-7008.
LEAD Brevard announces leadership awards
LEAD Brevard has announced the "2013 LEAD Brevard Leadership Awards," featuring the ninth annual "4 Under Recognition," to be held on Friday, March 1 at the Studio Theater at the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne.
The "4 Under 40 Recognition" showcases the many young adults who are working to make a positive impact in Brevard County through their leadership and commitment to community service.
LEAD Brevard will also recognize the 2013 recipients of the Rodney S. Ketcham Leadership Icon Award and the Leadership Brevard Distinguished Alumni Award.
Finalists for the recognition of '4 Under 40' are: Steven Allender, Allender & Allender; Sky Beard, Early Learning Coalition of Brevard; Bradley Evers, Harris Corporation; Aliona Groh, Embraer Executive Jets; Elizabeth Huy, EDC of Florida's Space Coast; J. Travis Kerr, Architects in Assoc. Rood, Zwick & Kerr, Inc.; Tiffany Nail, NASA/Kennedy Space Center; Amar Patel, Brevard Achievement Center; Julie Roslin, EDC of Florida's Space Coast; Alex Rudloff, TEDx; Sarah Soliven, student, Melbourne High School; and Rachad Wilson, Brevard Public Schools/Endeavour Elementary.
From more than 50 nominations, finalists were chosen by a group of independent community leaders based on the following criteria:
o Demonstrate excellence, creativity and initiative in their business or profession
o Provides valuable service by contributing time and energy to improve the quality of life for others in the community
o Clearly serves as a role model for others, personally and professionally
o Are younger than 40 on Jan. 1 and live or work in Brevard County
o Showcases a commitment to his/her personal/professional development
Individual seating for the gala and awards presentation is $49 per person. A reserved block of 10 seats is available for $450.
Reservations and pre-payment are required by Monday, Feb. 25.
Individual seating reservations and payment can be made online at www.LEADBrevard.org or by calling (321) 632-8222.
For more information, contact Melissa Breckenridge at (321) 632-8222 or email Melissa@LEADBrevard.org.
Surfers rescue loggerhead sea turtle
Sea turtles have survived for more than 150 million years, however, marine reptiles are threatened by humans, who are competing for their natural habitat.
This is especially true in Florida, which hosts the highest number of nesting sea turtles in the continental United States.
Recently, the Sea Turtle Preservation Society received a phone call from a surfer at Spessard Holland Park saying that a sick or injured sea turtle was on the beach.
When STPS receives a call, a trained volunteer, authorized by Florida Fish and Wildlife, to conduct stranding and salvage activities is dispatched.
If the turtle is alive, the stranding volunteer is authorized to take the turtle to one of Florida's sea turtle rehabilitation centers.
The Loggerhead stranded at Spessard Holland Park was transported to Sea World, where it will be examined, given appropriate medical treatment; and when it is well enough, will be returned to the sea.
If you find a sea turtle on the beach that appears to be ill or injured, do not return it to the water or try to administer first aid. If it is a hot sunny day, provide shade for the turtle or cover the turtle with a wet towel. Sea turtles are reptiles and need to breathe air to live. Do not place them in a bucket of water.
For sea turtle emergencies, call the Sea Turtle Preservation Society Emergency Number at (321) 206-0646.
Advisory committee volunteer needed
The District Five Commission Office is looking for a volunteer to fill an opening for the Environmentally Endangered Lands Program Recreation and Education Advisory Committee.
The program provides recommendations for public access, passive recreation and environmental education on EEL Program-managed conservation lands
Committee members need to live in District Five and should have an interest in outdoor recreational uses on public lands.
The EELs Program Recreation and Education Advisory Committee meets quarterly. A term is for one year.
Former editor joins 2-1-1 Brevard
Belinda Stewart of Melbourne, a former editor at Florida Today, has joined 2-1-1 Brevard Inc. as communications manager.
Ms. Stewart started at the newspaper in 2003, as assistant metro editor and became metro editor in 2006, supervising local news reporters and editors. She left Florida Today in 2011.
Ms. Stewart also is former managing editor of the Iowa City (Iowa) Press-Citizen and assistant manager editor of the Rockford (Ill.) Register-Star.
At 2-1-1 Brevard, she will lead marketing, grant writing, social media and other communications initiatives. She also will serve as spokeswoman.
2-1-1 Brevard is a United Way-supported nonprofit that operates a telephone-based help line offering information, referral and crisis intervention 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Funding also comes from the Florida Department of Children and Families, Brevard County and other sources.
For more information, call (321) 631-9290, Ext. 224.
Junior League accepting scholarship applications
The Junior League of Central & North Brevard, a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 organization, is currently accepting applications from high school students for its 2013 scholarship program.
The Thomas Oliver Brown Memorial Scholarship and the Junior League of Central & North Brevard Scholarship are available to high school students accepted to attend an accredited two-year or four-year college or university in the United States as a full-time student.
Applications, with supporting documents, are due March 22.
Visit the league web site at www.brevardjuniorleague.org for complete details and to download an application form.
The scholarships are awarded in the amount of $500 each and recognizes Central & North Brevard County students who demonstrate a commitment to voluntarism.
A JLCNB scholarship representative plans to attend each recipient's school award ceremony in May.
The Junior League of Central & North Brevard has been serving Brevard County since 1967.
Voyagers visit animal center
The Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center of Brevard County recently welcomed 15 members of the Citrus Counsel, Voyager Service Unit, Troop No. 1140 for a tour of the facility.
The informational visit covered topics necessary for the girls to earn their "pet badge."
Emergency Veterinarian Dr. Verena Faure, together with internal medicine specialist Dr. Paula Levine, welcomed the girls and shared with them information about the veterinary careers and what it's like to work in an emergency/specialty veterinary facility.
The girls then experienced a tour of the full facility, under the guidance of Dr. Faure.
The highlight of the tour was the opportunity for the troop to see the use of the hyperbaric oxygen chamber, which is engineered specifically to treat pets.
The Animal Emergency and Critical Care Center of Brevard, located at the southwest corner of Eau Gallie Boulevard and Croton Road in Melbourne, offers emergency/specialty services for pets 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is always a veterinarian on the premises, using state-of-the-art imaging equipment to handle emergency and specialty care needs.
The telephone number for the center is (321) 725-5365.
Resources for seniors, veterans, caregivers
Since its inception in 1995, the Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation Inc. (Joe's Club Adult Day Care) has constantly monitored the needs of seniors, veterans and their caregivers in Brevard County and responded with the appropriate solutions to satisfy these voids.
In January, the Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation launched a "Purple Balloon Elder Friendly Service Directory," an all-inclusive web site, to provide seniors, veterans and their caregivers access to more than 4,000 potential service organizations in Brevard County, targeting four major categories:
o Healthare providers,
like assisted living
facilities, hospice, etc.
o Outpatient providers,
like rehab therapy,
o Doctors by discipline
o Elder helper local
The Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation invites the more than 400,000 seniors, veterans and their caregivers in Brevard County to take a virtual tour of the "Purple Balloon Elder Friendly Directory System" and see for themselves just how easy it is to get a one-stop solution in greatly improving their quality of life.
For more information, visit purpleballoon.org or call (321) 684-2859.
College receives auto tech accreditation
The National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation has announced that Brevard Community College is the first auto technology program to achieve accreditation, under the new NATEF automobile accreditation standards.
BCC has re-certified as a master level training program and has held NATEF accreditation since 1986.
The 2012 automobile accreditation is now a three-tier accreditation model, with a maintenance and light repair level, an automobile service technology level and the master automobile service technology level.
BCC offers more than 100 two-year associate degree and certificate programs, and will soon change its name to Eastern Florida State College to reflect its expanding mission to offer four-year bachelor degrees starting in August.
Fire and rescue promotes members
Following an extensive and competitive process, Brevard County Fire Rescue has announced the promotion of six firefighters to the rank of lieutenant, and one lieutenant to the rank of district chief.
Fire Chief Larry Collins presented promotional badges and helmets to the firefighters in a formal badge pinning ceremony held at the department's headquarters in January.
Promoted to lieutenant were: Jeffrey Butler, Timothy Hall, James Parker, Michael Destafano, Christopher Monroe and Sean Ryan.
Promoted to district chief is: Richard Connor.
For more information, call Brevard County Fire Rescue at (321) 633-2056.
Local flag design winner chosen
Breanna Powell, a sophomore at Heritage High School in Palm Bay, was recently chosen as the Youth Art Month Flag Design winner for the state of Florida.
Breanna's artwork was selected from more than 250 entries from students in grades K-12.
She is the student of art teacher Leslie Raulerson.
Breanna's winning design will be made into a 3-foot-by-5-foot flag and flown at the annual National Art Education Association Convention in March in Ft. Worth, Texas.
To see her winning flag design, visit www.faea.org.
For more information, contact Bridget Geiger, art resource teacher for the school district at Geiger.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cookbooks saving lives
The United True Order Cancer Service No. 66 has published its first cookbook to help pay for more mammograms for medically uninsured women and men.
The cookbooks are available at: Creative Energy Salon, 2137 N. Courtenay Parkway, Merritt Island; Touch of Class Dry Cleaners, 351 E. Merritt Island Causeway, Cocoa Beach; and Precision Hair Salon, Winn-Dixie/Wal-Mart Plaza, Indian Harbour Beach.
For more information, call (321) 452-1044.
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