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ZUMBA FAMILY

Zumba teacher survives rare cancer, students wait for her return. PAGE 2

TURTLE POWER

County reports record year for turtles. PAGE 8

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Police seek woman missing in Ormondby-the-Sea

Rachael L. Madison

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing woman who was recently staying in Ormondby-the-Sea. Rachael L. Madison, 44, was staying with family after leaving Indiana to distance herself from her estranged husband, 58-yearold Jarvis Madison, according to a Sheriff’s Office spokesman. She was last seen leaving a home on Rivocean Drive sometime between 1:30 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 27, to go for a jog on the beach. She never returned, the spokesman said. She was last seen wearing a pair of men’s Navy-blue basketball shorts, a light-colored jacket and blue/ black, slip-on, Skechers shoes. Call the Sheriff’s Office at 3230151.

Remains found in wooded area The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a hunter discovered human remains in a wooded area near Broadway Avenue and Atlantic Road on Nov. 25. The Sheriff’s Office Major Case Unit is investigating. The area is near Ormond Beach but is in Volusia County jurisdiction.

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Restored and adored PAGE 3: Ormond man finds and restores father’s lost ’77 Corvette PAGE 19: Young and old enjoy antique car show PAGE 20: Antique cars cruise down Granada for Gaslight Parade


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Zumba teacher survives rare cancer, students wait for her return

Every Wednesday when they would have been meeting for class, Linda Flynn’s Zumba students got together and prayed for their teacher.

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Linda Flynn teaches Zumba Gold at Moose Lodge No. 1263 in Ormond Beach every Wednesday.

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Every day that Linda Flynn was going through cancer treatment, she got a positive message from Glenda Moore on Facebook reminding her that it was going to be a good day. “And it always was,” Moore said, smiling. One of Flynn’s original Zumba Gold students, Moore was among

a handful that continued to meet every Wednesday at 11 a.m. while Flynn was in treatment in Gainesville. In February, Flynn was diagnosed with peri-urethral cancer, a rare malignancy with a 60% survival rate. But it was caught early enough, and the Zumba instructor said going through treatment wasn’t as bad as she expected. “I think being in shape and having a positive attitude helped,” she said. “I took my last test two

months ago, and I was cancerfree.” Throughout the few months she was in treatment, Flynn’s students refused to have a sub teach her class, and instead met up every week to have lunch and pray for her. “It made me feel fantastic,” Flynn said. “It made me warm and wanted. It gave me motivation to come back and return their dedication.”

“She can’t get rid of us,” Moore said. “We just love her.” Flynn teaches Zumba Gold, a lower-intensity class for older adults, at 11 a.m. every Wednesday at Moose Lodge No. 1263 at 601 W. Granada Blvd., and at 11 a.m. every Thursday at The Casements.

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A Corvette finds its way home Paul Messick and the team at the Auto Clinic of Ormond spent the past three years fixing up the vehicle.

Photos by Emily Blackwood

Paul Messick in his dad’s 1977 corvette

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aul Messick and his father have two things in common: the same name and a love for Corvettes. When Messick was 2, his father bought a bright red 1977 Corvette that would be in his life a lot longer than he could have ever predicted. His father drove it until Messick took over in high school. In 1995, Messick’s father traded in the Corvette for a newer one in New Symrna Beach, and Messick’s father died just a few years later. After two decades passed, Messick was browsing old cars

on Craigslist when he stumbled upon a 1977 red Corvette in New Symrna Beach. Though it was similar to the car his father had, he thought there was no way it could be the same one. “My mom found the original VIN number on an old insurance card,” he said. “Then I found a receipt with my dad’s name on it under the jack of the car. It was definitely his.” Messick could only describe the car’s condition as a “basket case,” desperately in need of repairs. He took it to the Auto Clinic of Ormond. “It was barely running,” said co-owner Sam Hall. “We had to give him the bad news that the

frame was rusted through. But he found a full frame online in Texas that was shipped over to us.” Hall and his team spent the next three years cleaning the car up and giving it upgrades like a new engine and a six-speed transmission. Hall said this isn’t the first major car project he’s taken on. “Everyone wants the car they drove in high school,” he laughed. Messick said he wishes his father was here to see the car restored to its former glory. “He probably would call me an idiot for doing all this,” Messick laughed, “but I’m sure he’d like to see it.”

Sam Hall and Paul Messick

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The interior of the car before the restoration

The restoration of the interior included digital gauges and a new stereo.

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The Casements, located at 25 Riverside Drive, is a 9,000 square-foot historical home, once the winter home of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., and is listed on the National Register of historic places. It has been the Cultural Center for the community for the past 30 years. The Casements Guild volunteers provide daily tours (Monday-Friday 10 AM - 3:30 PM; Saturday 10-11:30 AM) and operate a gift shop. Large group tours by appointment only (386-6157009). The home has many rooms that are used for various classes (dance, art, exercise) and a kitchen used for cooking classes. The facility can be rented for weddings, socials, memorials, business meetings and seminars.

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When Michael Tirpak was on his way to Guatemala, he prayed to God to meet someone who would help him adjust to the unfamiliar territory he was about to see for the first time. On the second day of his trip, he met Matilda. “She was really special,” he said of the young girl. “She was super energetic and really positive. I remember one day we were walking through her community, and the last stop was her house. She didn’t want me to see where she lived because she was really poor.” Tirpak said most of his visit was spent around children and people who were happy to see him, and that he didn’t see that side of poverty until that moment with Matilda. “It was really impactful for me to see how she reacted to show-

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Port wine for breakfast + seven hours of Christmas shopping = total disaster I’m no hero ... but I kinda am.

Observer “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.” FRIEDRICH HAYEK “Road to Serfdom,” 1944

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’ll be the first to admit that most holidays seasons, I fall behind. Last-minute tree picking, decorating and present shopping have been my personal traditions for who knows how long. But not this year. This year, I broke the cycle. Saturday morning, I woke up with two goals in mind: 1) to get all my Christmas shopping done, and 2) to not set foot inside a crowded mall. It was also Small Business Saturday, so I also wanted to attempt to buy all my gifts at local businesses, avoiding crowds altogether. Being the responsible, organized person I am, I knew I could handle it. (Spoiler alert: If I could ever handle anything, I wouldn’t have a column.) Not wanting to backtrack, I came up with a map in my head (mistake No. 1), starting with the shops closest to the beach and working my way back down Granada. I first stopped by Gaslamp Gift Gallery to tell

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my friend Kristin of my master plan. Being the supportive big sister I’ve never had, she wished me luck — after joining me for a Port wine and pancake tasting at Bon Gourmet. Having two or four samplings of wine at 10:17 a.m. might have been mistake No. 2. After grabbing some gifts at Gaslamp (and having them professionally wrapped by Kristin because I have yet to

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Brittny Lowe, Victoria Cattell Bass and Erin Taylor had a tent out at Frame of Mind's Shop Small Market. Lowe owns Bloom Guru and Twin Flame Collective, Bass owns Pangari Jewelry and Taylor harvest honey with her business Art.Plant.Love.

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master the art of tying bows), I bounced around beachside, making at least seven U-turns because, unsurprisingly, the map I made in my head was very off. Around 1 p.m. things started to get sleepy. As it turns out, wine has the opposite effect of

a latte. Already spending too Publishers of The Palm Coast much money on other people Observer (I’m such a good person), I Palm Coast Observer, LLC resorted to the sugar cookies P.O. Box 353850 left out by True Love Boutique. Palm Coast, 32135 I stumbled back into Gaslamp to give Kristin an update, and pick up one more item that I had forgotten to LETTERS buy. TO THE EDITOR “You look tired,” she said sympathetically after offering Send letters to editor@ me a marshmallow. Needless to ormondbeachobserver. say, I was not looking forward com. The editor may to the crash from this fourmake changes for clarity hour sugar rush. and length. Include first In my mind, I had five stops and last name and city of left before I was done. Always residence. one to overdo it — and then regret overdoing it — I slowly nixed a few difficult ideas, made some simple adjustments and went to just one more store. Seven hours, five sugar cookies, half an old bagel, 15 U-turns and one car nap later, I was home. My body felt defeated, but inside I was victorious. For the first time in my entire life, I had beat Christmas. Now hopefully Kristin will agree to wrap the rest of my OrmondBeach Observer.com presents.

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Realty Pros merges with Prudential, breaks ground on new Granada office The office is set to open by the summer of 2017. EMILY BLACKWOOD COMMUNITY EDITOR

Realty Pros Assured and Prudential Transact Realty merged earlier this month, adding a commercial real estate division and a new 3,000-square-foot office to the company. "The phone call I got from Sheriff (Guindi, former broker and owner of Prudential) was one of the most exciting phone calls I've had in a long time," said Realty Pros Assured Broker Bill Navarra. "Buzzy Porter and I were over the moon when he called."

The merger brought in a new commercial division to the company, that is currently finalizing a lease on a space on beachside in Daytona Beach. The residential agents merged with the Realty Pros office in Ormond-by-theSea. Realty Pros is also building a new office on West Granada Boulevard that will include their title company and a training center. A dental practice and an eyeglass doctor with retail will also share the space.

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LUCKY DAY 1:19 p.m. — 1900 block of 11th Street. Possession of Heroin and Narcotics Paraphernalia. An officer clocked a car going 74 mph in a 45 mph zone on radar. After the stop, the officer noticed a strong odor of burnt marijuana coming from the car. The suspect said there was no marijuana in the vehicle and it smelled that way because he and his buddy smoked a joint in the car at his buddy’s house. Conducting a search based on the marijuana smell, the officer found a baggy with three smaller baggies containing a white powder in the suspect’s sock. The victim said, “I forgot that was even there.” He said the officer was lucky to find it on him. Unused syringes were found in the car and the white powder tested positive for heroin. He was transported to jail. MYSTERIOUS VISITOR 12:31 p.m. — 600 Block of Main Trail Burglary. The couple said they were upstairs putting up curtains in a house they planned to rent out. While working, they heard the door open and close downstairs. When they went downstairs later, they saw that the woman’s purse that was on the kitchen counter was gone. They said contractors had been coming in and out of the house. LOCKS CUT 10:05 p.m. — 200 Block of South Atlantic Avenue Car Break. The victim went to

his truckand discovered his 16-foot Stihl pole saw was missing from the bed. It had been chained down but the padlock had been cut. The saw was valued at $750 and the lock at $25. MORE LOCKS CUT 8:16 a.m. — First Block of Coolidge Avenue Stolen Vehicle. The victim returned home and found his boat with 90-HP motor and trailer missing. The 17-foot boat was worth $25,000 and the trailer was worth $2,000. He said he had three padlocks attached to the tongue of the trailer. One of the locks was cut and the victim found it on the driveway. The boat had a fish finder valued at $692.24 and a trolling motor at $1,229.99.

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A BANNER DAY 10:37 a.m. — 800 Block of South Atlantic Avenue Burglary. The restaurant manager said one of the white banners was missing from the rear deck which overlooks the ocean. He said a video from a building next door showed three juvenile males entering the restaurant parking lot from the beach approach. It later showed them getting back onto the beach approach and one had a white banner. At that point, they skateboarded across State Road A1A and into the neighborhood. The banner was valued at $200.

BRIEFS County reports record year for turtles Volusia County’s beaches were visited in record numbers by sea turtles this year. From May to October, 676 sea turtle nests were made in the dunes. (Each nest contains about 100 eggs.) This is the second highest nesting year on record for the most common sea turtle species in Florida, the loggerhead. Volunteers and staff counted 667 loggerhead nests in 2016. The highest year on record, 2012, had 885 nests. In addition to the loggerhead nests, four greens, four leatherbacks and one rare Kemp’s ridley nests were also counted, according to Volusia County sea turtle expert Jennifer Winters, “While our season officially ended Oct. 31, Hurricane Matthew abruptly brought the season to an end Oct. 7, when the high surf from the storm washed away the remaining 13 nests we had on the beach,” Winters said. Along with the record number of sea turtle nests, there were a record number of washback sea turtles: more than 1,200. Washbacks are hatchlings that made their way off shore but were washed back in. Many were washed back because of the high surf caused by the hurricane. The washbacks were kept in rehab facilities to recuperate and then released back into the ocean in cooperation with Florida Fish and Wildlife. Call 238-4668 or visit volusiaseaturtles.org.

Get a card from Santa Santa’s making his list and checking it twice at Volusia County’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Division. As part of an annual tradition, recreation employees will send personalized postcards from Santa to children up to age 12. Parents can have their children added to Santa’s mailing list by sending the child’s full name and address to elves@volusia.org by Dec. 12.

Ornaments will benefit hospice The Halifax Health — Hospice annual Tree of Remembrance Holiday Collection of ornaments and collectibles will be available to shoppers from noon to 7 p.m. (5:30 p.m. Sunday) at the Volusia Mall from Nov. 19 through Dec. 24. This collection includes angel tree toppers, handcrafted beach-themed ornaments, the annual Always in Our Hearts ornament, peace dove and butterfly ornaments, plush Teddy bears and more. Items can be purchased with a donation varying from $10 to $500. Proceeds will support the Halifax Health-Hospice Patient Memorial Fund. In recognition of each purchaser’s donation, by their request, a loved one’s name will be placed on a signature memory/honor tag and put on the Halifax Health — Hospice Tree of Remembrance located inside the Volusia Mall, near JC

Penney. Visit halifaxhealth.org/hospice or call 425-4747.

Kids can go to Busch Gardens Children ages 11 to 15 can enjoy a county-sponsored trip to Busch Gardens on Friday, Dec. 17. The trip is coordinated by Volusia County’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Division, which will provide adult chaperones, according to a press release. Register from 2 to 6 p.m., Dec. 7 and 8, at the Strickland Park Recreation Center, 1698 Strickland Range Road, Daytona Beach. Children who attend Holly Hill School can register at the school. The cost is $80 per child and the deadline to pay is Dec. 9. Refunds will not be issued because the tickets must be purchased in advance. The bus will leave from Robert Strickland Park, Daytona Beach, at 8 a.m. and return at midnight. Visit volusia.org/recreation or contact David Hinson at dhinson@volusia.org or 7365953, Ext. 12663.

Debris update The city’s contractors were expected to complete the second and final pass of debris collection on Nov 29. On Nov. 30, Waste Pro will resume normal yard waste operations. At the close of business on Nov. 27, 8,468 loads (417,777 cubic yards) had been collected in 48 days. Call 676-3220.

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Heather Mischle doing her favorite yoga pose, “the lotus.”

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A Mainland senior demonstrates yoga during a national academic conference. EMILY BLACKWOOD COMMUNITY EDITOR

Just as the lotus flower blooms through muddy water, Heather Mischle blooms through her own stresses and circumstances to succeed. The Mainland High School senior is on track to graduate with her associate degree at Day-

tona State College as well as her diploma. She is the ambassador of the academy of communications and multimedia technology at Mainland, and just went on her third all-expenses paid trip as a student ambassador for the Ford Next Generation Learning team. Needless to say, she has a lot going on. Thankfully, she has her weekly yoga classes with

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ESPA starts holiday tradition with ‘Christmas Carol’ The dance studio will also be holding a toy drive. EMILY BLACKWOOD COMMUNITY EDITOR

The European School of Performing Arts is starting a new holiday tradition with its debut performance of the Charles Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol,” at the Peabody Auditorium in Daytona Beach. Held at 2 p.m. Dec. 4, the performance will feature ESPA dancers, performers from Daytona Playhouse and musicians from the Central Florida area. The dance institution has been in the community for almost 40 years, and will also be participating in the Tiny Tim’s Toy and Food Drive benefiting the Children’s Home Society of Florida and Halifax Urban Ministries. “We are raising awareness and supporting two nonprofits that directly help the community ESPA has been a part of for almost 40 years,” said ESPA Director Germaine Bledsoe. “We are asking our audience attendees to support these non-profits by either choosing a child off the holiday tree or bringing an unwrapped gift or non-perishable food item to the performance.” A Victorian Family Christmas Tea with a cast meet-and-greet will be held in the Rose Room following the performance. Tickets for both the performance and

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This was supposed to be the year Mainland would finally overcome its playoff nemesis, Miami Central, to advance to the Class 6A state title game for the first time since winning it all in 2004. Though the Bucs missed Central, which didn’t make the playoffs, another Miami team — Carol City — dashed their championship aspirations. The Bucs suffered their worst loss (33-7) in four years and may have lost their best opportunity to win a state title for a while. Their senior class has finished two of the last four regular seasons undefeated, and they went 35-8 over their high school careers. Some of Mainland’s top seniors included Maurice Headen, Jason Colubiale, C.J. Wilson, Chad Davis, R.J. Stokes, Keylon Kennedy and Roman Mack. Star quarterback Denzel Houston and star safety Cyrus Fagan will create big holes for the Bucs to replace going forward. Houston has statistically led the area in all major statistics for the last three years, going over SEE ERA PAGE 12

ou spoiled me for the first three years of my journalism career. How many sports writers can say they began their career covering someone of your caliber? I first saw you when you were warming up moments before your first quarterback start against DeLand in 2014. I’m not sure any of us imagined what you would accomplish. In that game you accounted for over 200 yards and three touchdowns. A career night for some players, that became your typical stat line. For three seasons, you accounted for at least two touchdowns in each game you played except the last, where you got injured and left in the first quarter. That’s exceptional. Then, there’s your talent. You left so many defenses frustrated, thinking they had you boxed in for a sack, only to have you elude every defender for a gamechanging touchdown run or pass. That never ceased to amaze me. In my years, I’ve seen great high school players and championship teams. But I’ve never seen the level of talent you showed on a weekly basis. You could’ve played in many other positions and still would’ve been a star. Instead, you starred at quarterback, accounting for 124 touchdowns in three seasons. You led the Bucs to two undefeated regular seasons and 36 wins, including seven playoff victories. Your most impressive victory may have come in the 2014 playoffs, when Mainland trailed Edgewater 21-0 at halftime. Once teams go down by at least 17, I assume they’ll lose. With Mainland, I didn’t take one factor into account: You were playing. You led the Bucs to a 30-28 comeback victory, and I never doubted you after that. While great players may arise in the next few years, I don’t know if football coverage will be the same without you. You guaranteed me an entertaining performance, and you delivered. I’m glad that you will be furthering your playing career at the next level. I’m sure you will excel as a wide receiver. With all of that said, Denzel Houston, thank you for three years of incredible memories and photographs, and I wish you nothing but the very best in your future.


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From world sports to Seabreeze sports Meet Billy Gahagan, the new athletics director at Seabreeze High School. JEFF DAWSEY SPORTS EDITOR

Fresh off his 10th Olympics as NBC broadcasting’s equipment manager, Billy Gahagan met with Seabreeze admiration and was hired as the new athletics director, replacing Stephen Gold, who had recently retired. Gahagan is no stranger to the school or community. He’s coached football and/or baseball at Seabreeze, Spruce Creek and Father Lopez Catholic, helping kids get into college. He taught and held other responsibilities at Seabreeze. Gahagan also hosted Volusia’s High School Huddle on WDSC (working with Steve Allen), and he has worked as the physical education teacher at Osceola Elementary School. He also co-founded Axios Sports Management, a Florida-based sports agency. “I was thrilled and honored that they would want me to be in a position like this,” Gahagan

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Mary Ann Echelberry, of Ormond Beach, poses with the 1973 Dodge Dart she restored.

Young and old cruise in for 59th antique car show WAYNE GRANT NEWS EDITOR

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t was a day for memories as lovingly restored cars were on display Nov. 26 at Fortunato Park for the 59th Birthplace of Speed Antique Car Show. Produced by the Volusia Region Antique Automobile Club of America, no modified or custom cars were allowed. Bob Traul came across a 1953 Olds convertible, the same model his dad owned when he was a boy. “I can picture it sitting in the driveway,” he said. He pointed out a feature that has faded with history: The headlights a u to m a t i c a l ly dimmed from the

bright setting when another car approached. Mary Ann Echelberry, of Ormond Beach, was showing her 1973 Dodge Dart, which she restored. She said she enjoyed seeing people come up to her car and getting a sparkle in their eye. “That’s the reward of owning an old car,” she said. But the

George and Jean Lavatelli were from New Jersey. They have an antique car themselves and have participated in the Gaslight Parade.

show was more than just adults getting nostalgic. Michael Nichols, known as the Nascar Whiz Kid, was enjoying seeing how cars were made in the old days, along with his grandparents, Nancy and Clark Mead.

Nichols’ Twitter and other social media accounts, NascarWhizKid, show photos of him with NASCAR drivers; and there are YouTube videos of him interviewing drivers. “I know everything about NASCAR,” he said. “It’s my life.”


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The future of the FIG Farm Restaurant owners hope the garden encourages other people to learn more about gardening. EMILY BLACKWOOD COMMUNITY EDITOR

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Zachary Mims, Meryl Frappier and Bobby Frappier

should be growing food instead of lawns.” “What we grow, we eat,” Meryl Frappier smiled. “It’s a labor of love.”

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The other day, Meryl Frappier picked a ripe eggplant from the garden behind her restaurant, FIG. She gave it to chef Zachary Mims, and he made her fried eggplant parmesan for dinner. In her own words, it was “pretty cool.” “I call it my FIG Farm,” she said. “I know it’s not a farm, but I’m from New York City, and that’s about the size of our farms.” Scallions, broccoli, chives and 27 other different kinds of plants made their home on the small plot of grass next to the restaurant’s parking lot back in August. Owners Meryl Frappier and Bob Frappier, along with Mims, started the garden with the goal of growing fresher food and encouraging the rest of the community to do the same. The garden survived Hurricane Matthew, and its gardeners hope to expand their plot to include fruit trees in the near future. “It’s therapeutic,” Meryl Frappier said. “Plus we all like doing it, and it’s kind of a moral issue.” “We’re about three generations in on not knowing how to feed ourselves,” Mims said. “We rely on the system to feed us. We


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‘Right Lines and Circles’ opens at the museum Dec. 2 COMMUNITY EDITOR

The exhibit “Right Lines and Circles” will be on display from Dec. 2 through Jan. 15 at the Ormond Beach Memorial Art Museum and Gardens. The visual journey of geometry, color, and pattern that reflects personal identity, life, nature, and emotion features the artwork of Maria Shell, Patrick Schmidt, and Gregory Johnson. A free reception open to the public will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 2. Maria Shell started her journey in fabric and sewing when she was 4 years old and continued expressing herself through her writing and journalism degrees. Her career came full circle when she moved to Alaska and pursued quilting full time as an artist. In her artwork, “Color Grids,” Shell uses “fabric patterns from the last 100 years” to explore emotion with color and print. “Limiting the pattern but manipulating the line, color, and shape can produce dynamic results,” she says, “and evoke deep emotion from the viewer.” Patrick Schmidt has been involved with art his entire life. He started college as a music major, and when he took a drawing course in college, it “changed his definition of art.”

He holds a masters degree in fine art from Central Michigan University, and his current work is a visual exploration of pattern, line and color. Schmidt uses the digital world to inspire his artwork as he uses pattern as a metaphor to “explore cultural, social, and personal identity in the digital age.” He finds image patterns, inspired by ancient and contemporary archetypes, and reduces them to a simple line drawing. He then overlays several colorful abstract images on top of the original line drawing. Sculptor Gregory Johnson views “life as a journey that comes full circle.” Born in Chicago, his interest in art started an early age. At 5, he went from “smoothing dirt in a tree well, to now smoothing stainless steel, in his sculptures,” he said. Johnson has always been detail-oriented and enjoys “building unique things that challenge the mind and boundaries.” He started his career focusing on figurative themes cast in bronze and stainless steel. His sculptures are in museums, universities and public collections throughout the United States; his Vietnam War Memorial sculpture located in the Ormond Memorial Gardens was commissioned after

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HOLIDAY BLOCK PARTY 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Granada Plaza Shopping Center, 247 E. Granada Blvd. Hosted by Young Professionals Group Ormond. From Granada Plaza to LuLu’s Oceanside Grill. Door prizes and appetizers.

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a nationwide search of artists. Johnson explores similar themes of emotion from his figurative pieces as in his new contemporary sculptures. His new work focuses on geometric shapes and segmented circle forms that depict or suggest things that we see and are familiar with but cannot touch or quantify. Inspired by curves depicted in life and nature, he “likes how they meander, cross over each other, and are more happily found in nature than straight lines.” His emphasis in the circle as a thematic symbol portrays presence in everyday life. Johnson will showcase a variety of his contemporary sculptures with this theme at the “Right Lines and Circles” exhibit. The Ormond Memorial Art Museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily and noon to 4 p.m. on the weekends. The gardens, which contain architectural tributes to veterans, are open daily until dusk. Admission is a $2 donation.

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Annual Tour of Homes will include house where Ormond was first named in 1880 The Ormond Beach Historical Society hopes to preserve the history of the original New Britain colony. EMILY BLACKWOOD COMMUNITY EDITOR

In a time where new development and the future of the city is on everyone’s minds, the Ormond Beach Historical Society is asking everyone to look back. This 10th-annual Tour of Homes focuses on the history of New Britain, an area where restorers like Bill Jones are looking to renovate and expand in the next five years. While OBHS Board of Directors member Joyce Benedict is all for improving the town, she and the rest of the society are worried the city’s history is in danger of being forgotten. “History is disappearing so fast in our town,” she said. “We want to protect our history.” “It’s important for children to know where all this came from,” Past OBHS President Diana Simmons said. “Our stories from the past need to be told.” Stories like The Dix House, an 18th-century home where settlers from the original New Britan Colony came together in 1880 to create a charter for their new town, and renamed Ormond, in honor of the Ormond family who had a plantation nearby. The house was also home to one of the first marriages in the community in 1879. The home was intended to be remodeled into a bed and breakfast in 2007, but city residents

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The Dix House is one of the stops on the Tour of Homes, Dec. 10.

rejected the idea out of fear of the traffic it would bring. The home was purchased by Chobee and Becky Ebbets who are working to preserve its history. They even have a copy of the handwritten minutes from the meeting where the founding fathers drew their own seal to make it an official document. “It’s really one of the most famous homes in the county,” said Chobee Ebbets, an attorney at Ebbets Law. “It remained pretty much untouched for about 100 years.” Though it was rebuilt in 2007 for a commercial business, the Ebbetses have used the additional rooms and large kitchen to their

advantage by turning the property into a family compound. “We love history, and we’re very happy to live here,” he said. In terms of the fear of preservation when redevelopment takes place, Chobee Ebbets said he’s not afraid of men with good intentions — like his client, Bill Jones — will do. “Look at Rose Villa,” Chobee Ebbets said. “He’ll never get his money back from that, but he restored it to its magnificence. I know he’s not going to knock down anything with historic value. So I’m not afraid of the development on these streets.”

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Ten homes from the late 18th and early 19th century in the original New Britain neighborhood will be featured on this year’s Tour of Homes. The entire route is 1.2 miles, and a limited number of shuttle buses will be available. The restrooms at the Anderson-Price Building will be open. Stops include: n The Anderson-Price Memorial Building, 1916 n Veranda Salon, the 1870s n Pilgrims Rest Baptist Church, 1865 n Rose Villa Restaurant, the early 1900s n Ormond Yacht Club, 1910 n The Martin Home, the early 1920s n Cartwright/Needham Home, the early 1900s n Rodriguez Home, 1928 n McNary Home, 1885 n The Dix House, 1978 The event is held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec., 10. Cost is $25 in advance and $30 the day of the event. Call 677-7005 for tickets.

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Prestwick at Plantation Bay, of Daytona Beach, sold 795 Aldenham Lane to Claudia Ruffing, of Ormond Beach, for $235,000. Built in 2016, the villa has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,510 square feet.

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house in the Ormond Terrace neighborhood was the top real estate sales transaction for Oct. 9 to Oct. 15 in Ormond Beach and Ormond-by-theSea. Jill Stephenson, Robert Eardley, Holly Jenkins and Suzanne Raponi sold 597 N. Beach St. to Ranjana Bhana, of Ormond Beach, for $1,116,000. Built in 1968, the house has five bedrooms, four baths, a fireplace, boat dock, boathouse, swimming pool and 4,513 square feet.

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ORMOND BEACH Frederick Baumann Jr., of Ormond Beach, and Melissa Baumann, of Spring Lake, Michigan, sold 20 Nicholas Drive to Christian and Kathrin Rennebeck, of Ormond Beach, for $400,000. Built in 1964, the house has three bedrooms, three baths, a fireplace, swimming pool and 2,696 square feet. It sold in 1996 for $129,500. Ryan and Bianca Deising sold 112 Willow Bend Lane to Amber Long, of Ormond Beach, for $160,000. Built in 1979, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, two fireplaces and 1,783 square feet. It sold in 2001 for $100,000.

Carissa Oculto, of Daytona Beach, sold 260 Pine St. to RL and DL Partners LLC, of Ormond Beach, for $150,000. Built in 2015, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,497 square feet. It sold in 2015 for $165,000. Space Coast Credit Union, of Melbourne, sold 679 Wellington Station, Unit 30, to Janaan Schall, of Ormond Beach, for $68,000. Built in 1988, the condo has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,090 square feet. It sold in 1995 for $41,700. Breakaway Trails Richard Zubrod sold 9 Creek Bluff Way to Jason and Silvester Diaz, of Ormond Beach, for $238,000. Built in 1994,

the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and 2,114 square feet. It sold in 2003 for $194,000. Ormond Lakes Russell Barker, of Ormond Beach, sold 32 Stoney Ridge Lane to John and Sandra Beatty, of Ormond Beach, for $240,000. Built in 2001, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 2,074 square feet. It sold in 2009 for $207,000. Plantation Bay Prestwick of Plantation Bay, of Daytona Beach, sold 804 Aldenham Lane to Robert Huhn and Phyllis Pucci, of Ormond Beach, for $238,735. Built in 2016, the villa has three bedrooms, three baths and 2,086 square feet.

Mark and Mary Haskin, of Vero Beach, sold 1245 Crown Pointe Lane to Vito and Patricia MondeIli, of Ormond Beach, for $220,000. Built in 2005, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,932 square feet. It sold in 2010 for $164,000. Tomoka Estates Ronald Kay, of Cary, North Carolina, sold 1082 Indigo Road to Carol and Willie Cooks, of Ormond Beach, for $185,000. Built in 1980, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and 1,576 square feet. It sold in 1985 for $74,000. Trails South 40 John and Lucille McDowell, individually and as trustees, sold 111 Horseshoe Trail to Ronald and Susan Goldberg, of Ormond Beach, for $159,000. Built in 1983, the house has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,283 square feet. It sold in 2012 for $125,000.

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Bradley and Melanie Smith, of Canton, Georgia, sold 18 Carol Road to Starr Real Estate LLC, of Ormond Beach, for $100,000. Built in 1953, the house has two bedrooms, one bath and 1,005 square feet. It sold in 1997 for $49,000.

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Jennie Neal and Donna Carter, of Topton, North Carolina, sold 10 Lynnhurst Drive to Betty Maxwell, of Ormond Beach, for $96,000. Built in 1974, the condo has two bedrooms, 1.5 baths and 930 square feet. It sold in 2012 for $78,000.

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A little work will go a long way with this solid block home on a large corner lot! So close to the river! Home features 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, tile floors, and a new AC system! Yard is fenced in back with 2 sheds. Great starter home and location for under 100k! Price: $90,000. Call Patti Banchi at 386-235-6467

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Janet Hershey, of Daytona Beach, sold 4 Sea Grape Terrace to Stephen Baker and Melinda Middleton-Baker, of Ormond Beach, for $265,000. Built in 1979, the house has three bedrooms, two baths a fireplace, swimming pool and 1,771 square feet. It sold in 1993 for $115,000.

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Nelda Anest, individually and as trustee, sold 8 Wisteria Drive to Anita and Edwin Poole, of Ormond Beach, for $205,000. Built in 1965, the house has three bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace, swimming pool and 1,592 square feet. It sold in 1976 for $42,900.

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Mary Williams, Jonathan Wilson and Helen Beckoff, of West Hartford, Connecticut, sold 1183 Ocean Shore Blvd., Unit 6020, to Eric and JoEllen Askloff, as trustees, for $271,000. Built in 1995, the condo has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,198 square feet. It sold in 2003 for $286,000.

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Timothy and Janet McMichael sold 3806 Islamorada Drive to Shawn and Jenifer Kelly, of Ormond Beach, for $320,000. Built in 2000, the house has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,631 square feet. It sold in 2011 for $176,000.

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Jerry and Linda Valcik, individually and as trustees, sold 1155 Ocean Shore Blvd., Unit 607, to Gwynne and Patricia Maurer, of Debary, for $350,000. Built in 1971, the condo has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,065 square feet. It sold in 2005 for $350,000.

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Ronald Slotin, individually and as trustee, and Steven Slotin sold 1051 Ocean Shore Blvd., Unit 705, to Peter Mauriello, of Winfield, Illinois, for $250,000. Built in 1982, the condo has two bedrooms, two baths and 1,200 square feet. It sold in 1986 for $100,000.

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NEW IN box: Interior & exterior fixtures, lighting fixtures. 386.437.7058 386.437.7058 & bathroom fixtures, $100. Chandeliers TIFFANY CHANDELIER, $100. Misty Harbor-size 386.437.7058 TIFFANY CHANDELIER, $100. Mistyroaster, Harbor-size 14, women’s coat, $30. New electic $20. 14, women’s coat, $30. New electic $20. TIFFANY CHANDELIER, $100. Mistyroaster, Harbor-size 386.439.6202 386.439.6202 14, women’s coat, $30. New electic roaster, $20. TIRES- GOODYEAR, SIZE - P225/60R16.H VIVA 386.439.6202 SIZE - P225/60R16.H VIVA 2TIRES(QTY =GOODYEAR, 2) - $80. .386.793.5516. Items Under $200 For Sale 2 (QTY =GOODYEAR, 2) - $80. .386.793.5516. TIRESSIZE - P225/60R16.H VIVA TODDLER GIRLSROLLING bike, pink, twin $25. bed, Toddler Electric CUSTOM-MADE $110. Cast 2TODDLER (QTY = 2) GIRLS - $80. bike, .386.793.5516. pink, $25. Toddler Electric car, Disney, $25. Wheelchair, brand new, $25. iron table w/2-chairs, $70. White small microwave, car, Disney, $25. bike, Wheelchair, new, $25. TODDLER GIRLS pink, $25.brand Toddler Electric 386.847.9370 $20. 386.445.4462 386.847.9370 car, Disney, $25. Wheelchair, brand new, $25. TV CREDENZA/DRESSER, $20. Queen sleigh FREE! SANYO 27” TV, not a flat screen. 386.847.9370 TV CREDENZA/DRESSER, $20.computer Queen sleigh bed, $20. Refrigerator, $15. Large desk, 386.446.9318 bed,CREDENZA/DRESSER, $20. Refrigerator, $15. Large desk, TV $20.computer Queen sleigh $20. 386.864.1381 LOVE BIRDS. Rehoming $25.computer Peach &desk, Red $20. $20. 386.864.1381 bed, Refrigerator, $15.fee Large WATERFORD CRYSTAL 4-brandy glasses, 12 oz headed birds,good home only. $20. 386.864.1381 WATERFORD CRYSTAL 4-brandy glasses, 12 or oz size $50/each. Call or message 904-392-4488 Michael 386-931-9159 size $50/each. Call or message 904-392-4488 or WATERFORD CRYSTAL 4-brandy glasses, 12 oz email barbaracooper44@aol.com. NEW IN box: Interior & exterior lighting fixtures. email$50/each. barbaracooper44@aol.com. size Call or message 904-392-4488 or WHIRLPOOL WHITE dishwasher, 2 months old, Chandeliers & bathroom fixtures, $100. email barbaracooper44@aol.com. WHIRLPOOL WHITE dishwasher, 2 months old, $200. 386.585.7965 386.437.7058 $200. 386.585.7965 WHIRLPOOL WHITE dishwasher, 2 months old, CRAFTSMAN 5HP tiller, $100. $75, NC rock big pile TIFFANY CHANDELIER, Misty Harbor-size $200. 386.585.7965 CRAFTSMAN 5HP$30. tiller,New $75, NC rock big$20. pile $35, leave message (386) 569−5507 14, women’s coat, electic roaster, $35, leave message CRAFTSMAN 5HP (386) tiller, 569−5507 $75, NC rock big pile 386.439.6202 BATHROOM CABINET Never used, Gold, $35, leave message (386) 569−5507 BATHROOM CABINET Gold, Mirrored, new $170, asking (386) used, 627−8021 TIRES- GOODYEAR, SIZE$40 -Never P225/60R16.H VIVA Mirrored, new $170, asking $40 (386)used, 627−8021 BATHROOM CABINET Never Gold, 2 (QTY = 2) $80. .386.793.5516. CORN HOLE Bags Meets ACA regs. Custom. Set Mirrored, new $170, asking ACA $40 (386) 627−8021 CORN HOLE Bags Meets regs. Custom. Set of 8 bags $29. U pick colors TODDLER GIRLS bike, pink,386−523−7201 $25. Toddler Electric of 8 bags $29.$25. U pick colorsACA 386−523−7201 CORN HOLE Bags Meets regs. Custom. Set car, Disney, Wheelchair, brand new, $25. DELL LAPTOP E1505 wind 7 Pro, case, batteries, of 8 bags $29. U pick colors 386−523−7201 386.847.9370 DELL LAPTOP 7 Pro, batteries, charger, like new,E1505 askingwind $120 (386)case, 627−8021 charger, like new, asking $120 (386)case, 627−8021 DELL LAPTOP E1505 wind 7 Pro, batteries, TV CREDENZA/DRESSER, Queen sleigh DISHWASHER WHIRLPOOL$20.dishwasher in charger, like new, asking $120 (386) 627−8021 bed, $20. Refrigerator, $15. Large computer desk, DISHWASHER WHIRLPOOL dishwasher in bisque. Good condition. $100 (386) 503−4084 $20. 386.864.1381 bisque. 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TABLE TV and Components Items Under $200 For Sale TV$195 and Components 2TABLE shelves, Newer (386) 445−3972 Garage/Moving/Estate 2 shelves, (386) 445−3972 Sales TABLE TV$195 and Newer Components WHITE PVC will remove damaged 2WHITE shelves,FENCING $195 Newer 445−3972 ANNUAL CRAFT Fair &(386) Bake sale, Dec. 3rd, 9amFENCING PVC will remove damaged fence,$50,call Bill (386) 246−8683 2pm. Several local vendors, handmade Faith fence,$50,call Bill (386) 246−8683 WHITE FENCING PVC will removecrafts. damaged Lutheran Church, 2010 West Granada Blvd, Orfence,$50,call Bill (386) 246−8683 Boats mond Beach Boats DICK BOGER YachtBoats Sales YARD SALE, 8am-2pm. 35 Sycamore Circle, SatDICK BOGER Yacht Sales Demand for large clean yachts exceeded our urday. Household items andhas decor, christmas Demand for large clean yachts has exceeded our DICK BOGER Yacht Sales brokerage inventory. decor, more. brokerage Demand forinventory. largefor clean yachts has exceeded our We have buyers 30’ to 50’ yachts, We have buyers fornow 30’ -toFree 50’ yachts, brokerage inventory. Power & Sail - List appraisals Team Up- Today Classifieds Power & buyers Sail List -With Free appraisals We have fornow 30’Coast to 50’Agent yachts, Bob Updegrave Palm Bob Updegrave Palm Power & Sail - List nowCoast - FreeAgent appraisals (386) 449-9161 radiowaves11@att.net 386-492-2784 (386)Updegrave 449-9161 Palm radiowaves11@att.net Bob Coast Agent (386) 449-9161 radiowaves11@att.net

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