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County begins process to hire next manager. Also, sheriff misbehaves. PAGE 3
Officials: We are one month into hurricane season. Are you ready? PAGE 3 INSIDE LOW-INCOME STRUGGLE
Community assessment shows residents see employment as top concern among low-income Volusia families. PAGE 2
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Port Orange Library hosted a dance party — and stuffed animal sleepover. PAGE 5
Two injured after small plane crashes Two occupants of a small airplane were injured on Thursday, July 5, when their plane crashed at Spruce Creek Fly-In. Volusia County sheriff’s deputies responded to the crash on Cessna Boulevard. A 911 caller said the plane had crashed in the area of the runway and had burst into flames. He said witnesses were working to pull the occupants out of the plane. The pilot, 61-yearold John Wilson of Port Orange, was airlifted to Orlando Regional Medical Center with critical injuries. The passenger, 35-year-old Matthew Simmons of Port Orange, was taken to Halifax Health Medical Center for treatment of non-lifethreatening injuries.
Helen Shackelton says hello to Suzie Q, a surprise visitor.
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What Suzie Q can do for you Miniature ‘therapy’ horse visits Port Orange’s CountrySide Lakes. PAGE 5
Patriotic Port Orange A Fourth of July celebration was held at City Center. Photo by Nichole Osinski
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Problems in employment faced by low-income families in Volusia County is a major concern for residents who responded to a 2018 Volusia County community assessment survey. The results of the survey, which had a total of 230 respondents,
ous issue. The survey showed that the majority of people felt a cause for employment issues was lack of jobs being created. A majority also felt that there is a lack of living wage jobs being created within the community. As for employment among the county’s youth, 32.09% of respondents felt that a lack of job opportunities for youth is a serious issue while just over 20% felt it was a moderately serious issue and 27.91% thought it was an extremely serious issue.
of employment among youth in order to gain skills or income was, around 39% answered they thought this was extremely serious while 4.37% responded that it was not at all serious. The issue of jobs was ranked on a scale from one to five. “If you look on there, there’s a lack of living wage jobs created in the community,” Human Services Manager Clayton Jackson said. “And on a scale from one, being not serious, to five, being very serious, it scored a 4.18.” Respondents also indicated that individuals having a low net worth is another extremely seri-
were brought up during a Human Services Advisory Board meeting on Tuesday, July 10. In addition to the issue of employment, respondents ranked housing as the second most important area followed by support services. More than 180 people listed employment as a top issue. When asked how serious they thought the problem of adults being unemployed and not earning a living wage was, more than 50% of respondents answered it was extremely serious while less than 1% thought it was not at all serious. Then when asked how serious they thought lack
Two thirds of survey respondents have been a Volusia resident for at least 10 years.
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It’s hurricane season. Do you have a plan? Last year, there were five county schools that were used for special needs sheltering. NICHOLE OSINSKI COMMUNITY EDITOR
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After Dinneen, County Council wants more transparency — and an audit The Volusia County Council has begun the process to hire a new county manager. JARLEENE ALMENAS NEWS EDITOR
The Volusia County Council has begun the process of hiring a new county manager in the wake of Jim Dinneen’s sudden “retirement” — and County Council Chair Ed Kelley is advocating for more public involvement. The discussion was brought up during the council meeting on July 10, and council members tossed around ideas about how they would like the search to be conducted. The council focused on the need for facilitators, consultants and requests for information during the nationwide search. Staff was directed to bring back a solicitation in a future meeting to show council members what might be sent out to consultant. “There’s nothing un-transparent about using this in a public setting,” Kelley said. “I think going into this process what we’re looking to be able to do — we’re going to be able to have facilitator services also developing the process of what we all want in a manager, accomplished along with what the timeline is and what we have to do from step A to H.” The search for Dinneen’s replacement will likely take months, council members pointed out. Kelley said the first point of action would be to establish a timeline. He suggested the new county manager come on board at the start of next year, after the elections and once the new council is sworn in. “You’re going to be the one that will help determine what that decision is,” Kelley said to Councilwoman Heather Post, who raised some concern about selecting a candidate from a consultant’s list. “We all will.” There are four seats up for election: Districts 1,3, 5 and at-large. In the meantime, Interim County Manager George Recktenwald will receive additional compensation for his work. On top of a 4% raise for being the active county manager, Recktenwald’s salary will increase by 5%.
COUNTY COUNCIL ADDRESSES SHERIFF MIKE CHITWOOD’S RADIO REMARKS Several Volusia County Council members condemned recent remarks made by Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood during a radio interview with Marc Bernier, especially one in which the sheriff said the only thing Councilwoman Deb Denys “knows about policing is where the fur-lined handcuffs are on her headboard.” The conversation was spurred by a discussion on the Volusia County Sheriff’s department budget, and Denys said she reviewed the Sheriff’s Department’s budget and that it was her understanding that Chitwood had received all the money he requested for personal services, which she said funds all the positions in the department, including the vaFORMAL SEND-OFF FOR DINNEEN?
Though Dinneen is now vying for a new position as Pinella’s County administrator, County Councilwoman Joyce Cusack said the Dinneen chapter is not yet closed in Volusia County. She requested the council give Dinneen a “proper” send-off — a celebration during to thank him for his 12 years of service. “We have better manners than how we sent Dinneen away,” Cusack said. Cusack said that the way Dinneen left, amid controversy regarding the Medical Examiner’s Office and buried impact fee studies, could affect the recruitment process for a new county manager. Post commented that she believed the council was done dealing with Dinneen’s retirement, but Cusack disagreed. “The chapter is not closed,” Cusack said. “The folk that I represent — none of them — did not have a chance to say goodbye and thank him. Those that don’t want to do that, they don’t have to.” MORE TRANSPARENCY
Councilwoman Billie Wheeler asked the council to consider conducting an internal audit in the aftermath of all the issues
cant ones. If this is incorrect, Denys said she encourages Chitwood to meet with her to discuss the issue. “I don’t know law enforcement, but I care about the safety of my constituents,” Denys said. Councilwoman Heather Post said she did not condone “inflammatory rhetoric” and said the comment about Denys was ridiculous and unnecessary. “We’re all professionals,” Post said. “We’re all expected to act professionally.” Councilman Pat Patterson said he was agitated by Chitwood’s “pay-to-play” comments on the interview as well. He said if Chitwood thinks there is something illegal going on in the County, he should investigate.
“I’m a little frustrated with those comments,” Patterson said. “I think it was just out of line, but a lot of things he says are out of line.” Chitwood did not attend the County Council meeting, but did voice his opinion on the backlash from his comments on social media. “If the powers that be devoted half as much time and effort to truth and transparency as they have expended complaining about what Mean Mike Chitwood said, we wouldn’t be in this fight,” wrote Chitwood on Facebook in a post containing the Daytona Beach News-Journal story on the subject. “The people of Volusia County have been fed up for years — I’m just one of the first with a platform.”
“We have better manners than how we sent Dinneen away." JOYCE CUSACK, County Councilwoman At-Large
that have come up in the past few months. She said she wasn’t trying to questioning anything, or accusing staff of conducting business improperly. “This is a way that we can all be able to speak out for questions that are asked to us from the public,” Wheeler said. During her final comment, Denys also said she wants to make sure that the county starts on a stable foundation. She agreed with Wheeler about performing an audit, but a forensic one to look at internal controls and identify weaknesses. Wheeler mentioned a change in budget transfers in the name of transparency, specifically one section of the code that allows the county manager to transfer any amount between service centers. She said she would like to consider more stringent controls of these transfers. Kelley said he thought they already did that, and asked what transfers they don’t have knowledge of. “You don’t know what you don’t know,” Denys said to Kelley.
The Atlantic has seen its first hurricane of the 2018 season. Beryl, which was downgraded to a tropical storm from a Category 1 hurricane this weekend, has a 50% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone over the Bahamas during the next five days, according to the National Hurricane Center. And while Florida may only see remnants of the storm, Volusia County officials are still working to educate the public, especially those with any special needs, about having an emergency plan. Denise Ayers, Volusia Department of Health’s executive community health nursing director, said that last year there were five county schools used as shelters during the storms. She encouraged residents with special needs to register; last year brought in multiple people who were looking for last-minute sheltering. “Last year, we had many individuals who maybe resided further south and were going to selfevacuate but because of shortages of gas, bottlenecks in roads, ended up sheltering here,” Ayers said. “You never know 100%; that’s why everyone should have a plan.” According to Volusia County spokeswoman Shelly Szafraniec, there are 942 residents in Volusia County’s Special Needs Registry. Last year, there were 426 residents seeking shelter in Volusia County Special Needs Shelters. Ayers said that what people need to remember is the main goal of the shelters is to keep people safe and that the facilities work as a supplement, meaning that if individuals have special requirements, such as a low-sodium diet, they should understand that the shelters have limited resources. Ayers said that year-to-year it is always busy when it comes to emergency management due to the number of residents who plan on staying at home but then decide to seek out the safety of a shelter. According to Szafraniec, Volusia County Emergency Management plans and prepares all year to respond to disasters, including tropical storms and hurricanes. She added that they work with all of the municipalities, the Volusia County School Board and the Florida Department of Health in Volusia County, as well as other local, state and federal organizations. And the majority of people staffed at the shelters come from these entities as well. Ayers said that there are very few volunteers. As for this year, Ayers said the goal is to always be prepared for whatever may happen and to ensure that every person knows his or role role in the event of an emergency. “We want to have a well-oiled machine,” Ayers said. “We want to make sure we can be in the shelter the moment emergency management says we need to be there. We want to make sure the shelter runs efficiently.”
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Port Orange Police investigating ‘suspicious death’ at Canal View Boulevard The Port Orange Police Department detectives are currently investigating a suspicious death at 860 Canal View Blvd. The Port Orange Police Department Detective Division, with the assistance of the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Crime Scene Unit and the Volusia County Medical Examiner’s Office, concluded the on-scene investigation at Canal View Boulevard at about noon on Friday, July 6, and determined the death was not the result of any criminal activity. The deceased was identified as Michael Vincentz, 58, who recently moved to Port Orange. Vincentz’s family has been informed of his passing and will contact the VCME’s office regarding funeral arrangements.
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Health officials issue advisory for mosquito-borne illnesses The Florida Department of Health in Volusia County has announced that mosquitoborne disease activity has increased across Volusia County. Two cases of eastern equine encephalitis have been confirmed in a horse and a donkey, and several sentinel chicken flocks and an emu also have tested positive for the EEE infection. No human cases have been reported. However, the risk of transmission to humans has increased, the DOH stated.
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When the residents at CountrySide Lakes were told someone by the name of Suzie Q would be visiting them on Friday, July 6, they asked Life Engagement Director Stephanie Lynch what the visitor would be doing. Lynch said Suzie Q “does a little bit of everything.” Was Suzie Q an entertainer?
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Probably a singer, like most other live entertainment Lynch arranges at CountrySide Lakes. However, Lynch is also one for surprises. The residents were all smiles when they saw Suzie Q walk into the building: a miniature horse outfitted with sneakers and wearing sparkly purple wings. The therapy horse made her way around the room, nuzzling
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“If we are to build a better world, we must remember that the guiding principle is this — a policy of freedom for the individual is the only truly progressive policy.”
Nicole Chase and M.J. Souch promote conservation and self esteem through Mermaid Adventures. NICHOLE OSINSKI COMMUNITY EDITOR
Port Orange resident M.J. Souch remembers visiting Weeki Wachee Springs as a child and watching the mermaids. She would stand there mesmerized and thinking that someday, she would be doing this. Several states away, in Pennsylvania, another little girl named Nicole Chase and her family were frequently near the water and would spend two weeks in the summer boating and swimming. Both of the little girls grew up and started families of their own. Souch became a photographer, and Chase moved to Central Florida, where she become frustrated with her office job at a call center. She felt trapped and wished she could be outside. “I was so depressed because of the job wearing me down to the point of suicide,” Chase said, adding that she began to wonder, “What can I do to get out of this? What can I do to bring joy into my life?” Chase realized that what she loved was being in the water. Then, last summer, Chase bought a mermaid tail. The fun experience of swimming as a mermaid made an immediate positive effect in Chase’s life, and she soon realized that she wanted to share that same joy with others. Not far away, Souch was taking
photos of rescued animals for the Marine Science Center in Ponce Inlet. That work encouraged her passion for conservation and protecting the animals and ocean where she lived. Then, at the beginning of this year, Chase brought her children to the beach before walking across the street to a gift shop. She began talking with the person at the register about her idea to create a way for other people to have mermaid adventures while helping the community when she was told she should meet another woman with a similar passion who was visiting the shop at that moment. That person was M.J. Souch. According to Chase, the meeting was meant to be. The day the two met, Chase gave Souch her first mermaid tail, and they started not only a new friendship but a new joint venture — Mermaid Adventures. MERMAID ADVENTURES
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the experience also encompasses education. Souch said that when they attend events they also teach the importance of taking care of the planet and making that extra effort to pick up litter and throw away trash. “We just try to drive home that this is our world that we share with so many things that are important,” Souch said. But teaching about conservation is only one part of their plan. The other is being actively involved with cities and participating in events like beach cleanups. “We’re starting to plan a movement to keep Daytona clean and working with [the city] to keep Port Orange clean,” Chase said. “And we are connected with the community and the cities and [want] to be a driving force for conservation and be aware of what you’re doing.”
The women have added another aspect to Mermaid Adventures: They want people who put on a tail to love themselves. Souch said that she has met people who told her they would try out a tail when they lost weight; Souch herself said she at first she had reservations about trying on a tail after having a baby but realized there was no reason to be hesitant. Now she wants the people they work with to have confidence in themselves and instead use the tails as a way to promote self-love. “We just want to make an impact, that’s our goal — to leave a footprint,” Chase said. “Being a part of our community, loving our community, that is our biggest thing, that is our goal, to just share the fun and the magic of being a mermaid.”
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hen Bethany McClelland and the rest of Florida’s Special Olympics team first set foot on the University of Washington’s football stadium for the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics USA Games, the moment surpassed her expectations. Thousands of people packed the stadium around her. Almost everyone waved signs and banners, and every single fan in attendance cheered on the athletes with so much passion that it moved McClelland, a special education teacher at Spruce Creek High School, to tears. “It was crazy,” she said. “For me, the whole time, I was just trying not to cry because it was overwhelming to see how happy the athletes were.” Bethany McClelland was joined by her husband and fellow Special Olympics coach, Cameron McClelland, and Spruce Creek students Hannah Harrison, Curtis Fisher, Caleb Keirstead and Marina Shaker. Fisher competed in the standup paddleboarding competition. Fisher, facing several other racers, had to paddle one mile. Nearly halfway through the race, he fell off his board. With his family and numerous other fans cheering him on, Fisher scrambled to climb back on his board. His arms burned as he continued to paddle toward the finish line. “But I had a lot of strength left in me,” he said. Fisher finished with a time
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medal. Caleb Keirstead, who competed in golf skills, finished fourth in the event, while Shaker and her unified partner, Harrison, participated in the youth leadership experience. In addition to the athletic competitions, the athletes also got to experience independence. They stayed in the university’s brand new dorm rooms, woke up, got ready for the day and met with their respective coaches all on their own. The level of independence her athletes showed gave Bethany McClelland chills. “It’s priceless to see that,” she said. “That’s one of my favorite things about the Special Olympics: They really do promote independence.” Throughout the entirety of the Games, which took place July 1-6, the McClellands were in awe of the athletes’ perseverance.
“For me, the whole time, I was just trying not to cry because it was overwhelming to see how happy the athletes were.” BETHANY MCCLELLAND, a special education teacher at Spruce Creek High School
“These kids, they don’t let anything stop them,” Bethany McClelland said. “Their attitude and their outlook on everything, they’re so positive.” Cameron McClelland still has a pin he received at the Games — one of the many memories of the friendships formed that he’ll continue to hold onto. It reads: Inclusion is the revolution. “That was one of the main mottos of the Games,” he said. “That’s what it all comes back to.”
Spruce Creek’s Caleb Keirstead waves a flag at the USA Games’ opening ceremony.
Curtis Fisher and Caleb Keirstead pose with their medals from the Special Olympics USA Games.
thletic recruiting at the high school level can land a program in a lot of trouble. The FHSAA defines athletic recruiting as “any effort by a school employee, athletic department staff member or representative of a school’s athletic interests to pressure, urge or entice a student to attend that school for the purpose of participating in interscholastic athletics.” Article 36-4-1 of the FHSAA handbook states: “Athletic recruiting is a gross violation of the spirit and philosophy of educational athletics. Athletic recruiting is unethical and unsporting conduct, and is forbidden by FHSAA Bylaws.” But at the same time, the FHSAA goes on to state in its handbook that academic recruiting, which attracts students to a school based upon its total educational and extracurricular program, is permissible. But here’s the catch, schools are not allowed to use academic recruiting as a guise for athletic recruiting. Really? Let’s pretend schools don’t already abuse academic recruiting that way for a second. To allow one form of recruiting and not the other is a double standard. Before I continue, there are definitely some shortcomings with allowing high school athletic recruiting. There’s coaches enticing players with additional benefits, top teams poaching talent from smaller schools and, not to mention, the funding limitations of poorer schools. But all that aside, why is athletic recruiting in and of itself considered “unethical,” at least anymore so than academic recruiting? Why is recruiting one school’s most talented athlete so much worse than recruiting that same school’s brightest student? Personally, I don’t think it is. An athlete should be allowed the freedom to enhance his or her athletic ability at a better program the same way a student should be allowed to improve his or her academic standing. Athletic recruiting already occurs in high school, and it has for a long, long time. I don’t think it will ever be deemed legal by the FHSAA, but I do think defining one form of recruiting as unethical while the other as permissible is hypocritical.
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“It’s a time to celebrate with family and celebrate being in the United States and what we have and to be grateful.” MARGIE DRISCOLL
PORT ORANGE OPEN WATER SWIM When: 8 a.m. to 10:20 a.m. Where: Aunt Catfish’s on the River Details: Participants can start off with the 500-yard swim or try their hand at the 1,000-yard distance. Anyone training for a 70.3 can try the 1.2 mile distance, while those training for a 140.6 or those who just want a great swimming challenge can go for the two lap 2.4 mile challenge. All swims will be on the marked course in the Halifax River. The course will be marked with buoys approximately every 250 yards. Volusia County Lifeguards will be on hand. Call 265-4110.
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A Fourth of July celebration was held at Port Orange’s City Center.
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t this year’s Fourth of July celebration at Port Orange’s City Center, the area around the lake was full of people, many decked out in red, white and blue, enjoying the evening as well as the company of friends and family. While waiting for Wednesday’s main event of fireworks at 9 p.m., some people relaxed on picnic blankets on the grass while others enjoyed live music at the stadium and browsed the display of cars lining the pathway. And for each person, the day had its own personal meaning for why they were celebrating. For Josh Hernandez, the day was an opportunity to celebrate the country’s forefathers and what they achieved. For Margie Driscoll, July 4 was also about spending time with loved ones. “It’s a time to celebrate with family and celebrate being in the United States and what we have and to be grateful,” Driscoll said. “Because that’s what we’re grateful for, so it kind of brings it all together.” Jeff Babiez, a veteran, said he
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PORT ORANGE FAMILY YMCA TRIATHLON When: 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Where: Aunt Catfish’s on the River Cost: Starts at $62 Details: The YMCA Tri-Y Triathlon is open to athletes at various fitness levels, from beginners to experienced thriathletes. There will be a free full breakfast buffet provided by Aunt Catfish’s on the River, and all participants will receive dry fit shirts and finisher medals. The course will begin with a 500-yard intracoastal swim, followed by a 12-mile bike ride down Atlantic Avenue and a 4-mile run over the Dunlawton Bridge and down Riverside Drive. Call 314-8583. KCFT FUNDRAISER DINNER When: 5 p.m. Where: Port Orange Fraternal Order of Eagles Cost: $10 Details: The Port Orange Auxiliary is extending a lending hand with a Kids Can Fish Too fundraiser dinner. The $10 dinner will include chicken, homemade mac and cheese and string bean salad, as well as a cash bar and a cooler raffle. Call 756-3673.
A “live” Statue of Liberty at the Port Orange July 4 celebration.
has seen the meaning of the day change from mainly focusing on the country’s independence to having more of an emphasis on honoring the men and women who have served their country. One of those men, Barry Hall, who was at City Center with his wife, Idilia Hall, saw the holiday as not just a single day but a remembrance of all the events and people that have led to this annual celebration. “It means everything to me; I’m a very patriotic American,” Hall said. “I spent 22 years as an Air Force brat, 23 years active Air Force and another 27 as a veteran in Port Orange. It means everything in my life.”
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DISCOVERFEST When: 11 a.m. Where: Kenneth W Parker Performing Arts Center Details: July is National Parks and Recreation Month, and, to celebrate, the city of Port Orange is holding DiscoverFest at the Kenneth W. Parker Amphitheater in the City Center Complex. The event is a way to bring an end to the summer and embrace the start of a new school year with a fun new event that features a career scavenger hunt, educational presentations, giveaways, school supplies, music, food vendors and discovery. Visit port-orange. org/july.
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KIDS’ DAY AT TOTAL VISION OF PORT ORANGE When: 9 a.m. to noon Total Vision Eye Health Associates Port Orange Details: Total Vision Eye Health Associates will be hosting the three-hour annual Kids’ Day Event for children to receive free vision screenings as well as have the chance to dress up as their favorite superhero. There will be a face painter and giveaways all morning. Call 767-4449.
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BUSINESS OBSERVER LOCAL HOSPITALS RANK HIGH FOR TECH DEPARTMENTS Adventist Health Systems, which includes local Florida Hospitals, and Halifax Health are both included in the 2018 list of top 100 organizations in the nation for workers in information technology. Computerworld, a national digital magazine for IT professionals, surveys companies and employees across the country to compile the list. The list of 100 Best Places to Work in IT is based on benefits, career development and training programs. Halifax Health ranked
fifth on Computerworld’s list of mid-sized organizations with 1,001 to 4,999 employees. Adventist Health System ranked 53rd among large organizations with more than 5,000 employees. Visit computerworld.com
SUPPORT ROTARY CHARITIES The Rotary Club of Downtown Ormond Beach is sponsoring a Minute to Win It challenge 2-4:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 28, at Fletcher’s Irish Pub, 393 W. Granada Blvd. Cash prizes will be awarded. Proceeds will support service projects such
as opioid counseling, mentoring at Osceola Elementary and other charities. Purchase tickets online for $25 until June 30, then $30 thereafter. Tickets will be $35 at the door. For tickets, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/minute-to-win-it-challenge-tickets-46148767205.
BABY-FRIENDLY HOSPITAL Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center is the only hospital in Volusia County to earn the BabyFriendly designation from BabyFriendly USA Inc., a global program
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Summit Hospitality Management Group has announced the appointment of Androse Bell as general manager of the new Hard Rock Hotel Daytona Beach. Bell was promoted from director of rooms. Bell earned a bachelor’s degree in hospitality management from Bethune Cookman University and a master’s degree in business from Keiser University. He previously worked at the Shores Resort and Spa. Visit www.hardrockhoteldaytonabeach.com.
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he top selling residence for June 3-9 in Port Orange and South Daytona was a house with 1,244 square feet. Jon Garner, individually and as representative, sold 112 Venetian Way to Dionisio and Correne Campbell, of Port Orange, for $550,000. Built in 1961, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a boat dock and boat house. It sold in 1971 for $26,000. square feet. It sold in 1994 for $145,500.
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PORT ORANGE Ashton Lakes Rosemary and Paul Bowman sold 6214 Tortoise Creek Lane to James Brodick, of Port Orange, for $310,000. Built in 2004, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a swimming pool and 2,181 square feet. It sold in 2014 for $289,000. Bayridge Keith and Barbara Wigle sold 812 Bayridge Lane to Dennis Laswell, of Port Orange, for $370,000. Built in 1985, the house has three bedrooms, three baths, a fireplace and 2,681 square feet. Countryside Thomas Reiter and Bart Reiter, of Island Park, New York, sold 962 Smokerise Blvd. to Steven and Betty Smith, of Port Orange, for $265,000. Built in 1994, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,994
George and Terri Cravens, of West Palm Beach, sold 835 Clear Lake Drive to William and Gena Hilger, of Port Orange, for $242,000. Built in 1989, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and 2,039 square feet. It sold in 2017 for $229,000. Hamlet Breckenridge Property Fund 2016 LLC, of Redondo Beach, California, sold 909 Whiporwill Drive to Douglas and Michelle Walker, of Port Orange, for $229,950. Built in 1984, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace, swimming pool and 1,541 square feet. It sold in 1993 for $80,000. Harbor Oaks Carl and Judith Knuelle sold 5808 Riverside Drive to Kenneth and Mary Quattrone, of Alleghany, New York, for $207,500. Built in 1984, the
house has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,395 square feet. It sold in 2005 for $255,000. Harbor Point Dwight and Doloris Black, of Daytona Beach, sold 1263 Harbour Point Drive to Thomas and Sandra Martin, as trustees, for $195,000. Built in 1979, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and 1,295 square feet. It sold in 2016 for $154,200. Laurelwood Nadine Sirjane, of Fair Haven, Vermont, sold 742 Larado Drive to Craig and Valerie Smith, of Port Orange, for $155,000. Built in 1984, the manufactured home has three bedrooms, two baths, a swimming pool and 1,428 square feet. It sold in 2015 for $38,000. Not in Subdivision Earl and Sharlene Brady, of Lexington, Kentucky, sold 830 Airport Road, Unit 710, to Hayrettin and Ayfer Tarhan, of Port Orange, for $155,000. Built in 2005, the condo has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,351 square feet. It sold in 2016 for $130,000. Oakland Park Jeffrey and Kathleen Koontz, as trustees, sold 424 Nash Lane to Chad Kirby and Jacklyn Gonzalez, of Port Orange, for $310,000. Built in 1998, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a swimming pool and 2,129 square feet. It sold in
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2014 for $247,500. Sunset Cove Barry and Tracy Lusk sold 3834 Sunset Cove Drive to Nicholas and Nicole Kubik, of Port Orange, for $269,500. Built in 2007, the house has four bedrooms, 2.5 baths and 2,988 square feet. It sold in 2007 for $285,400. Venetian Way Jon Garner, individually and as representative, sold 112 Venetian Way to Dionisio and Correne Campbell, of Port Orange, for $550,000. Built in 1961, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a boat dock, boat house and 1,244 square feet. It sold in 1971 for $26,000. Vineyards Aaron and Abby Soltz, of New Smyrna Beach, sold 1491 Nappa Drive to Brady and Christie Benishek, of Port Orange, for $290,000. Built in 1996, the house has four bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a swimming pool and 2,046 square feet. It sold in 2012 for $170,000. Waters Edge Susan Farmer and Dennis Kapalko, of Valrico, sold 6605 Mansour Lane to Stephen and Julie Guleff, of Port Orange, for $275,000. Built in 2003, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,921 square feet. It sold in 2003 for $161,645.
Port Orange, sold 807 Sanders Road to Stephen and Marilou Brown, of Port Orange, for $237,500. Built in 1993, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a swimming pool and 1,620 square feet. It sold in 2015 for $163,000.
SOUTH DAYTONA Alex James and Charlann Wriak, of South Daytona, sold 942 Pineapple Road to Steven and Elizabeth Baie, of South Daytona, for $262,500. Built in 1969, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a swimming pool and 1,586 square feet. It sold in 2014 for $105,000. Stephen and Kenice Grand, of Ormond Beach, sold 700 Largo Way to Joyce Owens and Cheryl McGrath, of South Daytona, for $181,500. Built in 1960, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,488 square feet. It sold in 2006 for $181,500. James and Christina Shultz sold 2272 Garfield Drive to Stanley Longstreet and Bradley Barkby, of Sturgis, Michigan, for $140,500. Built in 1987, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,248 square feet. It sold in 2003 for $123,000. John Adams, of Adams, Cameron & Co. Realtors, contributed to this report.
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AUTO! lOAded! not $24,260…not even $18,970… Plus tax, title and $899 dealer fee. Stock# C182931
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HARD TO FIND!
2012 Cadillac CTS Luxury Package 37k miles Stock#C182561 ................ $16,977 2017 Honda Civic Si 11k miles Stock#T184521 ........................................ $23,977 2016 Ford Expedition Platinum Stock#T186611 ........................................ $39,977 2015 Ford Super Duty F-250 4x4 Lariat Gas Stock#T18352A .................. $41,977
AS ADvERTISED $$$!
2003 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Cream Puff, Low Miles Stock#P9945 ......$4,977 2008 Hyundai Elantra SE Low Miles Stock#T185951 ..................................$5,977 2009 Hyundai Elantra 67k miles Stock#C183211 ........................................$6,977 2014 Ford Fiesta SE 36k miles Stock#T180371 ...........................................$8,977 2012 Ford Fusion Stock#R98482 .................................................................$8,977 2012 Honda Civic LX Auto Stock#R98981 ....................................................$8,977 2016 Chevrolet Cruze LTD Stock#T184141 ............................................... $10,977 2012 Ford Fusion SE 28k miles Stock#DT434022 .................................... $11,977 2010 Chevy Traverse AWD 2LT Stock#T185381 ........................................ $11,977 2012 Hyundai Tucson AWD GLS Stock#T184491 ....................................... $12,977 2012 Ford Escape LTD 45k miles Stock#DT43404R ................................. $13,977 2014 Ford F-150 Regular Cab Stock#C184751 ......................... Reduced! $13,977 2015 Ford Escape SE Auto Stock#T184481 .............................................. $14,977 2016 Hyundai Tucson SE Stock#T180701 ................................................. $15,977 2009 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4x4 115k miles Stock#DT434111 ........... $16,977 2013 Ford Explorer Limited Stock#T185692 ............................................ $19,977 2014 Ford Mustang GT Premium 46k miles Stock#DT434101 .................. $23,977 2015 Ford F-150 XLT Loaded Crew Cab Stock#T184251 .......................... $24,977 2016 Ford Edge Titanium AWD Loaded Stock#T184531 ........................... $25,977 2014 Ford Expedition Limited Stock#T186261 ......................................... $28,977 2016 Dodge Ram Rebel Crew Cab Stock#C184111 .................................. $35,977 2015 Ford Expedition 4WD Limited Stock#R9940 .................................... $37,977 2015 Ford F-150 Platinum Stock#T186481 .............................................. $38,977
MENTION THIS AD AND RECEIvE $500 MORE FOR YOUR TRADE! Must present $500 trade offer during time of sale. Prior sales excluded. Offer good day of ad.
1150 Palm Coast Pkwy SW • Palm Coast
2017 TOYOTA corolla asking price:
mAke us An Offer… AnY Offer!
not $22,590…not even $19,590… Plus tax, tag, title, recon certification and $899 dealer fee. Stock#P8610.
SaVE ToDaY! 2008 Toyota Prius Hybrid Package 5 86k miles ...........................................$7,977 2012 Toyota Camry SE 73k miles ...............................................................$11,977 2016 Chevrolet Cruze LTD LT 20k miles .....................................................$11,977 2015 Toyota Corolla S 40k miles ................................................................$12,977 2007 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited 82k miles ...............................................$12,977 2015 Toyota Camry LE 77k miles ...............................................................$13,977 2013 Toyota RAV4 XLE 97k miles ...............................................................$13,977 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE 54k miles .................................................$13,977 2017 Toyota Corolla LE 11k miles ..............................................................$14,477 2017 Toyota Corolla LE 3k miles .................................................................$14,777 2016 Jeep Patriot 75th Anniversary 25k miles ..........................................$14,977 2014 Honda CR-V LX 55k miles .................................................................$14,977 2015 Kia Optima EX 23k miles ...................................................................$15,977 2017 Ford Fusion SE 18k miles ..................................................................$16,477 2016 Toyota Camry SE 20k miles ................................................................$17,477 2017 Buick Encore Preferred 9k miles .......................................................$17,977 2017 Hyundai Sante Fe SE 32k miles ....................................................... $19,977 2016 Toyota Camry XSE 11k miles .............................................................$19,977 2016 Ford Escape Titanium 33k miles .......................................................$20,577 2016 Toyota Prius Three 27k miles .............................................................$20,977 2015 Chevy Equinox LT 13k miles .............................................................$20,977 2016 Toyota Camry XSE 29k miles ..............................................................$21,477 2017 Chrysler 300S 25k miles ...................................................................$21,877 2014 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner 56k miles .................................................$24,977 2017 Toyota Sienna L 21k miles .................................................................$24,977 2016 Lexus ES 350 V6 Sedan 44k miles ....................................................$26,977 2016 Lexus IS 350 F Sport 16k miles ........................................................$32,977 2017 Lincoln MKC Black Label 20k miles ..................................................$33,977 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport 13k miles ..................................................$37,977 2016 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro 26k miles ....................................................$41,977 2017 Dodge Charger SRT 392 14k miles ...................................................$43,977 2015 Ford Super Duty F-250 SRW Crew Cab Platinum 4x4 V8 66k miles ....$44,977
Over 50 Certified tOYOtAS in StOCk StArting frOm OnlY $9,950! dAYtOnAtOYOtA.COm
451 North Nova Rd • Daytona Beach
2017 fOrd FUSIoN S
All offers plus tax, tag, title, registration and $899 dealer fee. See dealer for all details. Offers subject to change without notice. Offers not to be combined. Offers based on all in-stock inventory. Photos for illustration purposes only.