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Arts notes - Beaches
Artist Retreat inspires exhibit Discussion about a weekly painting session and a request for a birthday gift to get away and paint for a few days morphed into a four-day artist retreat that inspired new ideas, stirred creativity and planning of future trips. Creative results of the four-day artist retreat will be on display during the month of ...
Community notes - Beaches
Brevard schools featured in the Florida Power-Library Schools Program The statewide recognition of Florida Power-Library School is awarded to schools that involve their school faculty members in developing and implementing outstanding library media programs, focused on student achievement. After a rigorous review, including site visits, eight Br...
Military notes - Beaches
Austin D. Ouellette Air Force Airman Austin D. Ouellette graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Ouellette is the son of Mark and Amber Ouellette of Indialantic. He is a 2011 graduate of Melbourne High School. Miles C. Schneider Army Pvt. Miles C. Schneider has graduated from basic comba...
Access KSC launch pad for the first time
For Hometown News For the first time in the 50-year history of Kennedy Space Center, NASA has begun allowing public visitors to tour one of the launch pads from which the space shuttles and Apollo Saturn V moon rockets were launched. The "KSC Up-Close: Launch Pad Tour," the latest to open of three special Kennedy Space Center 50th anniversary ra...
Arts notes - Melbourne
Artist Retreat inspires exhibit Discussion about a weekly painting session and a request for a birthday gift to get away and paint for a few days morphed into a four-day artist retreat that inspired new ideas, stirred creativity and planning of future trips. Creative results of the four-day artist retreat will be on display during the month of ...
Community notes - Melbourne
Melbourne Community Orchestra accepting new members The Melbourne Community Orchestra is seeking string and percussion players who wish to join the all-volunteer group. The dynamic orchestra is comprised of 50-plus musicians ranging from student players to adult hobbyists and full-time professionals. Named "Orchestra in Residence" for the city ...
Military notes - Melbourne
Christopher A. Navia Army Pvt. Christopher A. Navia has graduated from the Fire Support Specialist Advanced Individual Training course at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. Pvt. Navia is the son of Rodrigo and Sandra Navia of West Melbourne. He is a 2008 graduate of Fryeburg Academy, Maine. Stephen P. Fitzsimmons Air Force Airman Stephen P. Fitzsimmo...
Obituaries
Callie Anderson Callie Anderson, 4, of Melbourne, died Tuesday, July 10, 2012. Arrangements by Beach Funeral Homes, 4999 N. Wickham Road, Melbourne. Benny W. Pinto Benny W. Pinto, 82, of Palm Bay, died Wednesday, July 18, 2012. Arrangements by Davis Seawinds Funeral Home & Crematory, 560 Montreal Ave., Melbourne. Charles Raymond Grimes ...
Arts notes - north Brevard
'Advertised Paranoia' exhibit at the King Center Brian Bo, founder of the Mini Prophets, is showcasing his collection of wall hangings in the Harris Gallery of the King Center for the Performing Arts. This 12-piece show, called "Advertised Paranoia," is a series of mixed-media collages. Open to interpretation, they are a study on the effects of ...
Community notes - north Brevard
Bronze Star presented to reserve rescue commander U.S. Air Force Reservist Lt. Col. Timothy Davis, 920th Rescue Wing, was presented the Bronze Star Medal June 2 during a wing commander's call for his meritorious service while serving as the commander, 26th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan from June 1, 2011, to Sept. 30, ...
Military notes - north Brevard
Todd A. Hohn Todd A. Hohn has been selected for promotion to the rank of colonel in the U.S. Air Force. Col. Hohn is the commander of 16th Airlift Squadron at Joint Base Charleston, S.C. He has served in the military for 17 years. He is the son of Roger and Linda Hohn of Niceville. His wife, Kathy Byrd-Hohn, is the daughter of Robert and Anne B...
Arts notes - Palm Bay
Artist Retreat inspires exhibit Discussion about a weekly painting session and a request for a birthday gift to get away and paint for a few days morphed into a four-day artist retreat that inspired new ideas, stirred creativity and planning of future trips. Creative results of the four-day artist retreat will be on display during the month of ...
Community notes - Palm Bay
Let the Humane Society help you with the loss of your pet While the Central Brevard Humane Society cannot take away the pain when a pet passes on, they understand the loving and unconditional relationship an individual shares with their pet and what it means to face losing that "special friend." The passing of a pet is hard enough without havin...
Military notes - Palm Bay
Jonathan L. Perkins Air Force Airman Jonathan L. Perkins graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Airman Perkins is the son of Paul and Tina Perkins of Palm Bay. He is a 2011 graduate of Florida Air Academy, Melbourne. Chet E.W. Flynn Army National Guard Pfc. Chet E.W. Flynn has graduated from O...
Utilities department advises customers about solicitation for water line insurance
Palm Bay Utilities Department would like to inform its customers and residents about a recent letter they may have received from an area air conditioning, electrical and plumbing contractor recommending homeowners obtain "water service line coverage." This letter and the services offered through the letter are in no way associated with the city o...
Arts notes - Suntree/Rockledge/Viera
Artist Retreat inspires exhibit Discussion about a weekly painting session and a request for a birthday gift to get away and paint for a few days morphed into a four-day artist retreat that inspired new ideas, stirred creativity and planning of future trips. Creative results of the four-day artist retreat will be on display during the month of ...
Community notes - Suntree/Rockledge/Viera
Health First Health Plans receives highest accreditation Health First Health Plans has been awarded an accreditation status of "Excellent" - the highest possible level - from the National Committee for Quality Assurance. Health First Health Plans has received this top rating for both its commercial and Medicare plans for the third consecutive t...
Hurricane food safety tips from the Department of Agriculture
Keeping food safe and accessible should be a part of families' hurricane preparation tactics For Hometown News The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service is urging residents of coastal states to plan ahead this hurricane season and minimize the potential for foodborne illness in the event of power outages, flooding...

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