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Business news - Beaches
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Posted: 2013 Dec 06 - 06:20

NASA awards contract

NASA has selected Millennium Engineering and Integration Company of Satellite Beach to provide support to the Ground Systems Development and Operations Program at the Kennedy Space Center.

The cost-plus-fixed-fee contract includes a base period, four option periods and an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity component.

The contract will begin in February 2014, following a 30-day phase-in period.

With all options and ID/IQ included, the total potential contract value is $97.2 million, and the potential performance period is five years.

GSDO provides support to NASA's Orion spacecraft and Space Launch System rocket.

The contract work includes ground and spaceflight systems planning and design; project management and integration; operations, integration and analysis; technical requirements development; management and compliance; and cost, risk and schedule integration and analysis.

Subcontractors to Millennium are Avatar Technologies of Melbourne, Booz Allen Hamilton of McLean, Va., All Points Logistics LLC of Merritt Island and Red Canyon Engineering and Software of Denver.

For information about NASA and agency programs, visit http://www.nasa.gov.

Top producers and sales associates

Barbara C. Wall and Nancy R. Taylor, broker/owners of Prudential Sterling Properties, would like to congratulate their top producers for October: top listing associates Lynn Raymond and Joanne Infurna and top sales associate Lynn Steffen.

Prudential Sterling, founded in 1982, services all of Brevard and Indian River Counties.

Offices are located in both Indian Harbour Beach and Vero Beach.

Call (321) 768-7600 for more information.

Crosswinds honored as Nonprofit Organization of the Year

Crosswinds Youth Services, Inc., has been chosen as the Nonprofit Organization of the Year by the Titusville Chamber of Commerce.

The award was presented at the Chamber's Business of the Year Awards Luncheon at the Holiday Inn Titusville/Kennedy Space Center Nov. 13th.

Crosswinds was selected for this award for exemplifying a high standard of commitment to the community, the welfare of its employees and good customer relations.

In April 2014, Crosswinds Youth Services will celebrate 40 years as a safety net for youth and families in crisis.

Last year, Crosswinds touched the lives of over 3,000 of Brevard County's most vulnerable young people and their families, the same local population that the organization has remained committed to for nearly four decades.

Crosswinds Youth Services, Inc., is a nonprofit organization with its campus in Cocoa.

For more information about Crosswinds and its programs, call (321) 452-0800 or visit www.crosswindsyouthservices.org.

Aquarina Country Club announces new general manager

Aquarina Country Club, an 18-hole Melbourne Beach golf course and grille open to the public, has announced that noted PGA pro Tom Zellers has accepted the position of director of golf and general manager.

Mr. Zellers's leadership experience in the golf industry extends for more than three decades.

He has been honored five times as a PGA Chapter Player of the Year and has been nationally recognized by the prestigious PGA President's Council On Growing The Game for his outstanding teaching accomplishments.

A community-owned enterprise, Aquarina Country Club offers a number of membership programs designed to fit nearly every golfer's needs and budget, as well as attractive daily fee pricing.

Its Brassie Grille features a diverse menu and full bar, and serves as a congenial watering hole for beachside residents, as well as players.

The club is known for its welcoming atmosphere, and is an ideal setting for golfers of all ages and abilities.

Winding from the Atlantic dunes to the Indian River Lagoon, past live oak groves, mangrove marshes, and 11 serene lakes, this par-62 challenge can truly be called "nature's course."

Four years ago, the homeowners of the surrounding community of Aquarina purchased the then-closed course from a private operator and have since invested a great deal of hard work and money to restore it.

The results have been impressive.

Residents are confident that Tom Zellers will help them achieve their long-term ambitions of sustained excellence.

For more information, visit www.aquarinagolf.com or call (321) 676-8923.




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