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Title: The Apopka chief
Uniform Title: Apopka chief (Apopka, Fla. 1988)
West Orange news
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; cm.
Language: English
Publisher: John E. Ricketson
Place of Publication: Apopka Fla
Publication Date: 05-25-2012
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Apopka
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Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Jun. 7, 1950-Dec. 26, 1956> also have numbering of: West Orange news.
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The Apopka ChiefMay 25, 2012, Page 1B See the story and picture at the top of the page about the spring football game the Apopka Blue Darters will play on Wednesday, May 30, in Daytona Beach. The Blue Darters will play the Daytona Beach Seabreeze Sandcrabs at Municipal Stadium. Kickoff for the contest is scheduled for 7 p.m. The game will end spring football practice for both squads. Q. When will the Wekiva High School basketball summer camp be held? A. Coach Scott Williams and the Mustangs will hold the camp June 11-15. The camp is designed to teach youngsters the fundamentals of basketball and then to test their learning in games throughout the week of the camp. In addition to the Wekiva coaches, the Mustang players will help teach the campers.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff When the regular season kicks off on August 31 for high school football teams in Florida, few, if any, players or coaches will remember the score from their respective spring games. But, when the Apopka Blue Darters take on the Daytona Beach Seabreeze Sandcrabs next week, Apopka coach Rick Darlington says winning the spring game will be a higher priority than normal. I dont put all the importance on winning a game, much lately. My point is, weve been losing way too much and we need to get back to winning, he said. Last year, the Blue Dartall record, suffering a second during Darlingtons 10 seasons as AHS coach. The Blue Darters and Sandcrabs will tangle Wednesday, May 30, at 7 p.m. at Municipal Stadium, 3777 LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach. For the Apopka fans who make the trek down Interstate 4 to the game, the offense the Blue Darters run could be almost anything. Although the Darters have worked a lot this Though rivals during the high school soccer season, two Apopka-area girls played together on a club soccer team and last weekend won their second state cup championship. Apopka High Schools Selena Jaimes and Wekiva Highs Paxton Sickler teamed Black U17 squad to the Florida Youth Soccer Associations state cup title in their age division. The two local soccer players were inthe state cup, which were played Saturday, May 19, and Sunday, May 20, respectively. 3-0 with Sickler scoring two of the three goals. In the championship contest, the Krush played a team that had made it to the title game the previous three years, winning 2-0. Sickler continued her scoring binge, in, and then Jaimes helped seal the deal, yards that took one bounce and hit the top crossbar of the goal and came back to a teammate, who was able to put the ball into the back of the net. Jaimes and Sickler have been playing four of those years. They have moved on to title was in 2008 with a U14 Inter-United Soccer Club team. Their team nearly won that state cup, as well, but lost on the sevtion by the opposing goalkeeper in the championship game. In 2009, playing for the Rush Soccer scored on a penalty kick after a handball was called in the goal box. connected with one of her forwards on a pin-point pass for a goal and the team won 2-1. Darryl Knight, a 2011 Wekiva High School graduate, was the starting catcher for the Seminole State College baseball team this season and was named the Mack Blythe Outstanding Freshman of the Year for the Raider baseball team. The award is given in honor of the students accomplishments on and graduated from Wekiva in 2011, had a .270 batting average for the Raiders, and he led the team in home runs (7), RBIs (31), and walks (28). Knight was second on the team in runs scored (29). Knight plans on pursuing a business degree at Seminole State College of Sanford with the intent to play professional baseball. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff The summer is a time for basketball players and teams to hone their skills. Perhaps the best option for those who fall into that category in the Apopka area is the Mustangs Basketball Camp. Hosted by Wekiva High School and its head basketball coach, Scott Williams, the camp will take place from Monday, June 11 through This is not day care, Williams said. In terms of a basketball camp, this is as good a development and instruction as there is in the area. The campers will learn the fundamentals of basketball and how to apply them. If someone is interested in basketball, at any level, this is a camp which get the most bang for the buck. We are very conscious of the cost. I am a parent myself and I have to deal with the same thing. I know what it feels like and that the par ent is always looking for a good price. We feel we do a good job of the camp measur ing up and providing it at a good price. We are proud of us being able to do that. Campers are instructed by the basketball coaching staff of Wekiva and its players. The program has been state-ranked for the entirety of each of the last three seasons record during that time. Guest speakers will also be a part of the instruction as each day, a presentation by one of them will be made. Campers will be instructed about the skills of shooting, passing, ball-handling, rebounding, defensive three-on-three play, and one-on-one moves. In addition, each camper will have the opportunity to play in a minimum of seven games. Two divisions of teams will be formed according to age, 8-10 and 11-13. All campers will play an equal number of minutes. Several contests are the other featured Apopka athletes will not have to leave the city to par ticipate in a triathlon. A new triathlon, called W.A.T.E.R. (Wekiva Apopka Tri-Adventure Environment Race) will be Saturday, June 2, at 7:30 a.m. Registration is advised by 7 a.m. State Rep. Bryan Nelson of Apopka has been involved in the planning of the event. Im thrilled to announce that we are putting on an adventure race on June 2nd, he said. We have coordinated this event because we wanted to commemorate the Wekiva River now being designated as a Wild and Scenic River. What is particularly awesome about this race is that participants will canoe down the Wekiva River. The race is much like a triathlon, except with canoeing instead of swimming. Participants will begin at the four-way stop at the Northwest Recreation Complex off Jason Dwelley Parkway in Apopka with a fourmile run to Kings Landing. Participants will then canoe nine miles to Wekiva Island, at 1014 Miami Springs Drive, Longwood, jump on their bicycles and cycle the 13 miles back to the Northwest Recreation Complex. With this community event, we hope to give everyone an opportunity to have fun and engage with the natural resources we have here in West Orange, Nelson said. Proceeds from this event of Wekiva River, a non-profit organization that works to preserve and protect the Wekiva River water system. The Friends of the Wekiva River are the only woman from Nelsons ofRepresentative Bryan Nelson had that was sparked by the Wekiva River now being designated as a Wild and Scenic River. His staff liked the idea so we jumped on it and got the ball rolling. Weve found that people really like the idea and either want to participate In a story about a woodbat youth baseball team in the May 18 edition of The Apopka Chief we stated the team was tle League. While some of the people involved with the woodbat team are also involved with the Apopka Little League, the Apopka Little League. We regret the error. Darters will travel to Daytona Beach for spring gameApopka quarterback Zack Darlington (6) tosses a pass over the outstretched hand of defensive lineman Deon Lowman Thursday, May 17, during the Blue Darters annual Blue and White intrasquad game. See DAR TER S Page 9BWHS grad honored at collegeDarryl Knight . honored at Seminole St.Wekiva basketball team to host summer campLocal soccer players team up to win state cupWekiva coach Scott Williams (l) will host the annual summer camp June 1115 at Wekiva High. Selena Jaimes kicks the ball during an Apopka High School soccer game this season. Paxton Sickler runs toward the ball during a Wekiva High School soccer game earlier this year. See CAMP Page 12BCorrectionNew type triathlon scheduled for June 2 See TRIATHLON Page 3B

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Akileah Kiki Baxter has been perhaps the most noticeable face to don the Wekiva Mustangs uniform as a part of the girls basketball program during its still fairly short history. Its point guard, she has played the most visible position and controls the offense. The program will have a void ter, her time as a Wekiva player has been a stepping-stone to a spot on the girls basketball team at Palm Beach State College. She signed her letter of intent to play for the university on Wednesday, May 23. Located in Lake Worth, Palm Beach State College was founded in 1933 as Floridas I chose Palm Beach because I will have the opportunity to see a lot of playing time, Baxter said. They went 25-2 last season, so they are already a program which the best is expected of. I am not walking into a rebuilding situation. I dont have that pressure. My job is to continue that success and take it to the next level. The team itself plays an up-tempo, fastpaced style and the goal is to take a lot of shots. They push the ball and the mentality is to open player as close to the basket and shoot as quickly as possible so the opponent wont be able to get into position for the rebound. I have always played for teams and for coaches who play that way. The skills which make up that kind of play and style are the ones I possess. Because it is a two-year program, I will also see a lot of playing time. I will be competing for the starting point guard position my freshman year. Palm Beach State plays in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I and is a member of the Southern Conference. The college mascot is the Panther and the colleges colors are green and gold. Kristen Ruffo is the womens head basketball coach. The Panthers went undefeated (10-0) in Southern Conference play. Their season ended with a loss to Pensacola in the state A four-year starter for the Mustangs, Baxters most notable parts of her game are a quick release, speedy ball-handling, and court awareness, the essential skills of a team which plays the fast pace, up-tempo goal attempts. I also bring a love for the game and a high-energy personality and a lot of support on the court, Baxter said. Those are intangibles needed for the style to be successful. Also, I am a point guard and in general, teams can never have enough of them, but it is very important for a team which is always pushing the ball up the court. Baxter has yet to decide on a major or career, but she is leaning towards physical education or sports management. Palm Beach State College has a highly respected business administration program, which will give her the education to pursue a bachelors degree in sports management. Kiki will do well, Caroline Baxter, her mother, said. She will be successful both academically and as a basketball player. She has prepared all her life for this, but in particular, she has taken the time to plan her future during high school and she has improved her skills to be at a college level. She will do the same at Palm Beach. She has shown hard work has paid off. There was a time the process was slow, but she never gave up and it continued to move along. Both of her parents are very proud of her. She has earned everything. She has been a great example to both of her brothers, Ollie and Kenny. We are very proud of her being an example as well. As her time at Wekiva comes to an end, Baxter said has been what has made her good enough for Palm Beach State to want her to play for the school. I have had a great time at Wekiva, Baxter said. I have loved playing with my teammates every minute and I have loved playing basketball for the school. What I will always Mustang is playing with my teammates. The other seniors and I have been playing together since we were students at Piedmont Lakes Middle School. This is a program which is moving forward. They will have better years in the future and we had a big hand in getting it to that point where it is ready to make that move. I will always be proud of that and look forward to seeing the program become a championship one. I will definitely come back as much as possible to see it and help out where I can, but for now I am looking forward to August and beginning to get ready for the season. The Apopka High School girls volleyball program will be having a car wash on Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fifth Third Bank (corner of Rock Springs Road and Welch Road). The suggested donation is $5 per vehicle. All-sport passes for the 2012-2013 school year at Apopka High are being sold open. Fred Priest, Apopka High athletic director, said the all-sport passes, which will be good admission for all home sports events at AHS other than postseason playoffs, cost $50 per person and the forms for the passes are available throughout the summer into next school year, Priest said. In addition to the individual passes, there are passes available for families that will admit four people to any Apopka High home athletic contest. Those passes will cost $175 each. For families with more than four people, additional passes will be available for $45 each. Priest said the passes will save money in the long run for those who attend AHS athletic events. He said admission to every home athletic contest throughout the year would cost about $650. The passes are aimed not only at community members, but AHS students, Priest said. We want to make it affordable to our students so they can support our teams, he said. Those who plan to attend all six home varsity football games at the school this fall will get an even better bargain, he said. For an additional $14, you get the rest of the year (in all sports). Thats a no-brainer to me, Priest said. He said the school would continue to sell a booster pass for $60, which would include a reserved seat for all home varsity football games, as well as admission to all other home athletic contests at AHS. Wekiva athlete Kiki Baxter signs to play basketball at Palm Beach State CollegeJoining Kiki Baxter (c) for her signing ceremony on Wednesday, May 23, are her father, Kenneth Baxter and mother, Caroline Baxter. In back is Lamarr Glenn, Wekiva athletic director.Apopka High School selling all-sport passesor support it. We have plans for this to be an annual event that will incorporate Lake Apopka as well as the Wekiva River in the future. It is a fundraiser, but largely it is a community way to bring the community together and increase awareness about the wonderful natural resources we have here in Northwest Orange County. Those interested in participating may visit www.wateradventurerace.weebly.com and complete the form online or print off a hard copy. The registration fee is $25. Checks can be mailed to WATER, 10 N. Park Ave., Apopka, 32703, and made out to the Apopka Community Trust (please write WATER in the memo). For more information, call 407-884-2023, email wekivawaterrace@gmail.com or visit wateradventurerace. weebly.com. Continued from page 1BTriathlon: Event will grow in years to come AHS volleyball to hold car wash Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 12A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. 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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff In 2009 Apopka High boys volleyball came to an end as several athletes graduated. The Blue Darters challenged state power Bishop Moore for district supremacy and, in the process, became a top team in its own right. Several Blue Darters went onto college as pacted their teams toward developing reputations of being winning programs. Three years later, perhaps Apopkas most that group of athletes as 2009 AHS graduate Neil Stanley recently signed with Erskine College. Located in Due West, South Carolina, Erskine College states its mission is to providing an excellent liberal arts education in a Christcentered environment where learning and biblical truth are integrated to develop the whole person. cally to what the student gains, the college is committed to the principle that facts and values learning and faith are inseparable. I feel Erskine is exactly what college or university should be for the student, Stanley said. It is a small college which provides a good atmosphere for learning. And for the athlete, it goes even further providing a good atmosphere to learn while developing skills for the sport he or she plays. The relationships among all the people are very good. The student-to-teacher ratio is good and I was impressed with how the coaches and athletes interact. I was also impressed with how the teachers and administrators interacted. There is a commitment to God and the team at the college. Competing in the NCAAs Division II and the Conference Carolinas, the schools athletic department consists of 15 sports. The 2012-13 season volleyball program. Mens volto the roster of programs during the past four years. Erskine will be the seventh school to sponsor mens volleyball in Conference Carolinas. Derek Schmitt was named coach. He served as the head womens volleyball coach at Southern Wesleyan University from 2005-2010 before becoming an assistant coach at Clemson University last season. The 1995 graduate of Eastern Nazarene College coached at his alma mater from 2002-2005. It is very exciting to be a Stanley said. It is an opportunity to be a part of history, to shape the program from the ground up. That played a role in my decision as well. The coach seemed to like the fact I am a little bit older than most of the players. So I feel it is a some strong leadership from its players. As an older student, I I expect the team to have explosiveness and power, espeThat is something which I spehave talked to the coach a little bit. We discussed that difference between the women and mens game, and how much it affects each, so that is an emphasis for coach and we talked about it being a focus in building the team and program in general. We will have at least three players over six feet tall. So, it is already an inherent component. Stanley, who is 6 ft., will be joined by the 6 ft., 2 in. Corey Marks (setter). The school also signed two other players who are over 6 ft. 2 in. Marks played for Archbishop Edward McCarthy in Southwest Ranches. He was a four-year starter for the varsity team and his team advanced to the state championship game during match. He was named to the years he played boys volleyball for McCarthy. Stanley has played with Marks on several occasions and stressed he was very excited to do it again as teammates in college. The two have talked several times since they signed their letters of intent and are looking forward to seeing what a lineup with four talented players over six feet can do as well as being a part of it. He was a major asset to our program, especially the and teams. Apopka coach Jamie Lillethorup said about Stanley. That is obvious since he was a starter and the offense ran through him. But for as much talent as we had, we would not have been able to be considered a state contender without him. His ability to hit the ball was invaluable. He gave us that little extra something and allowed us to have an element of power to our game. He has the perfect skill set for an outside hitter; his jumping ability combined with his athleticism is very strong. But, he is also the perfect team player and that was what made him invaluable. He played the libero position during 2008 because that was the position we needed him to play that season, and he did so without any reservations even though he wanted to play outside hitter. He can jump over 11 feet and, as such, plays above the net. He can touch the ball at a higher point than most players. That makes him valuable from a skill standpoint, but his desire to be a team player is just as important, starting with him being able to play all the positions, especially since he program. He comes from a family of high character and he is the same. Following in his familys graduated from the emergency medical technology program at Seminole State College since his graduation from Apopka High School in 2009. Although undecided, he is leaning towards pursuing a bachelors degree in pre-med, which prepares students to have of the medical aspect of EMT work. He is also considering for the city of Due West. The All are volunteers. Since graduating from Apopka High, Stanley has continued his volleyball career, as well, playing in multiple beach volleyball tournaments and winning several of them. Hello Folks, some rain and we could stand to get some more. Our lakes and ponds are desperate for water, so keep prayin for rain. If you can get on the water, bigger chains like the Harris Chain and the St. Johns River If you want to catch some pansteady in our area. Captain Lynda reports that the folks in her area are catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers. The shellcrackers are really bitin in Lake Monroe. Folks are catchin limits of shellcrackers on crickets and red worms. Most folks are Monroe for em. You can ususee a smooth slick on the water and the closer you get to that slick, you will start to smell em. When all that comes together, you are on em, so anhave kids, take them with you; they will have a blast. You will stay busy puttin on worms and crickets all day, until you run out of bait. I have been gettin great reports from Lake Jesup, too. lake. You can also catch a mess of shellcrackers in Big Lake Harris and Little Lake Harris. Folks are catchin some nice shellcrackers around the pad Harris Chain has been real good, too. Most of the bass are bein caught on Rat-L-Traps early in the mornin. If you see with a plastic toad or a swimbait. The Gambler Big Easy has been workin best around the St. Johns River has been good, in the river along the shoreline and the shellbeds in the curves and bends of the river. Look for some schoolers early in the mornin. Once the early mornin bite is over, try dropshottin the shellbeds. You can also use a Carolina rig on the shellbeds. Good colors have been junebug and watermelon red glitter. Folks are also catchin of the St. Johns River, too. baits and night-crawlers. You the Wekiva River. Again, stinkbaits and nightcrawlers are workin the best. Well, I hope you get a week. See ya next week. Tip of the week: shellcrackers on the beds. Save a few and good luck! The Apopka Triple Threat U10 Arsenal girls soccer team continues its winning ways. The team participated in the fourth annual Nike Champions Cup on May 19-20, held at the Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka, and won the championship in the highest (Gold Division) bracket for their age group. This makes six championships for the year; three full-sided and three 3v3 tournaments. play, the Arsenal team faced FC Americas Premier Black team. The local squad started the a little tentative, but found the minutes of the game. FC America responded shortly after to even the score at one apiece. The Arsenal squad regrouped quickly and went on a scoring whistle sounded, the score was 7-1 in their favor. In the second pool match, the Arsenal girls faced Gainesville Soccer Alliance Blue team. The Arsenal girls dominated the game as they kept the high-pressure attack on throughout the game to put away the visitors from Gainesville 5-0. The Arsenal girls would face Brandon FCs Blue team in the third pool match, a team they had faced before at Disney last May where they drew 0-0. Although the local team started out slowly, they were able to manage a 2-0 lead by halftime. Several minutes into the second half, the Arsenal team gave up a goal on a defensive error to bring them closer to equalizing. However, the Arsenal girls did not waver as they struck again to put the visitors away 3-1. with a 3-0 record, the Arsenal in the bracket and would face the second seeded Brandon FC Blue team in the championship for a rematch. The championship match versus the Brandon team started in a disastrous fashion for minutes into the game, the ball struck an Arsenal players hand inside the 18-yard box, giving the Brandon team a penalty kick. The Brandon team did not waste the opportunity and took a 1-0 lead early as they converted. Undeterred, the Arsenal team responded valiantly, not only to even the score quickly, but also to go on a scoring spree as they put away the team from Brandon 6-1 to win the Nike Champions Cup. Playing for the Triple Threat Arsenal team were Janae Torres, Erica Treadwell, Sydney Cox, Grace Hinerman, Lanie Grimando, Brooke Schulz, Kara Haas, Riley Rojahn, Macy Laszaic, and Bella Recinos. This was a great effort with all players contributing to our success. The girls dominated their bracket as they outscored their opponents by a 21-to-3 margin. The defense was great all weekend allowing only three goals, two of which were simply bad luck, and the talized on the majority of the opportunities they created. Once again, it was great watching the girls play the beautiful game of soccer, have fun, and enjoy one another, said coach Naji Khouri. The next event is Disneys Memorial Day Soccer Shootout at ESPNs Wide World of Sports later this month. Visit http://www.TripleThreatFC. com for club information and tryouts schedule. 2009 Apopka High graduate signs to play college volleyballApopka girls youth soccer team wins its sixth tournament Showing off their rst place medals are, (l-r), front, Sydney Cox, Bella Recinos, Macy Laszaic, Riley Rojahn, and Lanie Grimando. Back, Grace Hinerman, Brooke Schulz, Janae Torres, Kara Haas, and Erica Treadwell. See COLLEGE Page 5A **See Players Club for complete details. 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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 5B If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. to The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407886-2777. In the period from May 14-20, the Apopka Police Department received 933 calls for assistance, responded to 12 tions, and made 22 arrests. Of these arrests, two were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were charged with battery-touch or strike and warrant-grand theft motor vehicle with a mask failure to appear. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Wilson Conrado, 21, 1033 Aspen Way, Apopka, no valid drivers license. Oscar Joel Crenshaw, 32, 316 Breezeway Dr., Apopka, writ-contempt of court. Thomas Greene, 18, 164 Ulysses Dr., Apopka, aggravated assault. Michael Wayne Foster, 35, no address given, driving undrugs. Dustin N. Everson, 28, 2036 Jefferson Ave., Sanford, warrant-Indian River Countyviolation of parole. Jaime Lynn Hudson, 23, 705 Eagle Ave., Longwood, warrant-Orange County Sherproperty. Natalie Keck, 31, 25146 Niblic St., Sorrento, grand theft $300 less than $5,000, drug possession-controlled substance without prescription, possession of cannabis less than 20 grams, resisting without violence. Sarah Post, 30, 1480 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, possession controlled substance without prescription, larcenypetit theft 1st degree $100 less than $300. Aryn N. Biederman, 21, 1851 Smoketree Cir., Apopka, alcohol or drugs, driving with license suspended, batterytouch or strike, leaving scene of accident with damage. Jeffrey Torres, 38, 12406 Sophiamarie Loop, Orlando, driving with license suspended with knowledge. Otis L. Jackson, 54, 4412 Conley St., Orlando, larcenygrand theft $300 less than $5,000. Leonard Armstead, 48, 4624 Carter St., Orlando, larceny-grand theft $300 less than $5,000. Antonio Bueno, 44, 1586 Kelly Park Rd., Apopka, driving while license suspended with knowledge. Edwin A. Mercado, 39, 1613 Boulder Creek Ct., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon. Cathie Bolack, 59, 4826 Lighthouse Cir., Orlando, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Rex William Albin, 55, 55 E. 2nd St., Apopka, larcenypetit theft 2nd degree 3rd or subsequent offense. Jose N. Castillo, 46, 1227 rant-Orange County Sheriffs statement. Shaun Michael Bowman, 23, 2543 Haas Rd., Apopka, alcohol or drugs. Armando A. Canterochavez, 27, 1072 Timberline struction without violence. Milton J. Del Rio Febles, 20, 811 Nicole Lee Cir., Apopka, hit/run leave scene of crash involving damage to property. Nikki Smith Jr., 18, 16 Christiana Ave., Apopka, violence, aggravated batterycause bodily harm, no drivers license, driving with license suspended.Police Beat He has also been coaching for Top Select Volleyball Academy. Playing beach volto control the ball as far as where I am hitting it and the actual motion of hitting it, Stanley said. There are only two players (on beach volleyball teams), so the players have to do a better job of controlling the ratively and literally. That was a big plus to the coaches at Erskine. I think it was the element of what I offer which pushed them over the fence. 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One plate of lasagna is very much like the one before it and the one to come after it, for that matter. And the endless processions of all things Italian get tedious through over-exposure. In order to break away from the pack, an Italian restaurant has to offer something new and different, or it has to do the classics so well that they seem new and fresh. Vincents Italian Restaurant has done just that! out in the dishes served at Vincents Italian Restaurant are out of this world. Homemade sauces, meatballs, gnocchi, pizza dough, dressings, and desonly comes from authenticity and tradition. The homemade food and sauces served are second to none. Italian cuisine enthusiasts can enjoy some of delicacies right here, close to home. As the restaurant owners, Vincent and Josephine Folgores philosophy is as easy as it is straightforward: Use the best ingredients as simply as possible and serve them with fanfare and pleasure. 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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 7BMemorial Day is for remembering and honoring people we cared about who have passed on. Originally and patriotic expression of gratitude for our dead killed while defending their fellow Americans from enemies determined to destroy our democracy and us. More recently, family and friends and others dear to us but no longer with us also sometimes are remembered just as much by us on Memorial Day. Our community cookbooks and sometimes this column, too keep alive in memory recipes contributors we remember and care deeply about after they have passed from our sight and our lives. Unexpectedly seeing our family members or friends recipes and names in a community cookbook brings them back to us via memories and remembrances of times past, back when they were still here with us. When recipes of our deceased loved ones are included among the recipes of other very much still vibrantly alive folks, as often happens in this column and in our community cookbooks, there may be even a stronger more celebrative sense of having the missing ones still here among least. That is a very special part of what Memorial Day is for and about. It brings our missing loved ones back to us again briefly, even if only via memory and our missing their being among us. Celebrate Memorial Day with the great recipes below that may bring back memories for you of some very special Apopkans we once knew. KIT NELSONS JOSEPHINE LANDS BEEF A LA MODE Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 3 to 4-pound beef shoulder roast 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup vinegar 3 to 4 onions 1 bay leaf Several whole cloves Tomatoes (optional) Salt and pepper (amounts to your taste) Brown the beef clod in drippings. When brown on all sides, add one or two cups water and about one-half cup of vinegar. When beef has boiled about one hour, add three to four onions, a bay leaf and several whole cloves. (Tomatoes may be added at this point also.) About half an hour before beef is a little fat. Add salt and pepper and more vinegar if you wish. Serve with mashed potatoes, rice or noodles. MAE CHUSTZS HILLBILLY STEW Recipe from Fran Carlton Seniors Cookbook 1 pound ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped 1 large can Campbells vegetable soup 1 package biscuits (in dairy case) In skillet, fry ground beef and onions. Remove excess fat. Pour in small casserole and add vegetable soup. (Do not add water to can of soup.) Place biscuits on top and bake in oven according to directions on biscuit package. Brown the biscuits. Remove from oven. Turn biscuits over, return to oven and brown top of just-turned-over biscuits. POUND CAKE IN MEMORY OF MARGUERITE BRONSON Recipe from Cooking With Friends II 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon mace 1-3/4 cup butter 1 pound confectioners sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon almond extract 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract Preheat oven to 325. Grease a 10salt and mace twice and set aside. Cream the butter, add sugar slowly and the eggs utes. Immediately remove cake and cool on a cake rack. Dust with powdered sugar. ALICE BETH MINERS OXFORD MISSISSIPPI PEA CASSEROLE Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 1/2 stick butter or margarine 2 stalks celery, sliced 3 or 4 spring onions, sliced 1 can mushrooms, sliced 1 can water chestnuts 1 package frozen green peas 1/2 teaspoon Accent 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder Dash of spice Parisienne Saute onions and celery in butter or margarine until golden. Drain mushrooms and chestnuts and save juice. Add to celery and onions. Cook peas. Drain juice from peas and reserve it to add to liquid. and seasonings. Alternate layers of peas and vegetable mixture in greased casserole dish, ending with vegetable mixture. Add thickened liquid. Top with cracker crumbs. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. KIT NELSONS FLOATING ISLAND Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 3 eggs, separated 1 quart milk 1 to 2 tablespoons cornstarch, mixed with a little warm water 1/2 cup sugar Nutmeg (amount of your choice) Mix milk, egg yolks and sugar. Warm mixture, then add cornstarch and thicken egg whites with a little sugar. Put custard in bowl and drop beaten egg whites on top. Sprinkle a little nutmeg on whites. Chill. JANET CONNELLYS SOUTHERN FRIED GREEN TOMATOES 1 medium green tomato per person Salt Pepper White cornmeal Bacon drippings Slice tomatoes about 1/4-inch thick. Season with salt and pepper and then coat both sides with cornmeal. In a large skillet, heat enough bacon drippings to coat the bottom of the pan and fry tomatoes until lightly browned on both sides. SIS PITMANS FLORIDA ORANGE BREAD 3/4 cup orange rind, slivered 1-1/2 cups sugar 1-1/3 cup water 3 tablespoons butter 1-1/3 cups orange juice 3 eggs, well beaten 4 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon soda 2 teaspoons salt Remove thin orange rind and cut into thin slivers. Combine sugar and water. Add rind. Stir constantly over heat until minutes. The peel and syrup should measure 1-1/3 cups. Add butter and stir until melted. Add orange juice and beaten eggs. Sift dry ingredients together into mixing bowl. Add the orange mixture and mix just enough to moisten ingredients. Batter should be lumpy. Bake in greased and lined 9x5x3-inch loaf pan at 325 deTurn on rack to cool. ALICE BETH MINERS POTATOES DELMONICO Recipe from Preserving The Big Potato 9 medium sized red potatoes 1 teaspoon dry mustard 1 cup heavy cream Dash of pepper 1/2 pound sharp Cheddar cheese, grated 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1 cup milk Dash of nutmeg Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Peel and grate potatoes and place in a buttered 1-1/2-quart casserole. In a 1-quart saucepan, combine cheese, mustard, salt, pepper, nutmeg, cream and milk. Stir over low heat until cheese melts. Pour over potatoes. Do not stir. Bake, uncovered, for 45 to 60 minutes. This can be assembled in advance and refrigerated, covered. Bring to room temperature and bake as directed above.Celebrate Memorial Day with these great-tasting recipes Registration for Youth Flag Football: call 407-703-1784. Bridge Games and Classes: Soccer stars to be at Apopka Library 7307. Apopka Job Fair to be at Fran Carlton Center 407-886-1441. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: Ministry Needs Pillows and Socks: Hospital Health Course Offered Free Educational Hands-On Programs: Zellwood Garden Club: MemComputer Classes in both English and Spanish: Habitat Volunteers: Seniors Meals on Wheels: FRIDAY, MAY 25Flea Market and Plant Sale: SATURDAY, MAY 26Flea Market and Plant Sale: Wilderness Trust program at Saturday Classic Car Night: SUNDAY, MAY 27Beginning Racewalking Program: F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: MONDAY, MAY 28Happy Memorial Day!Zellwood Memorial Day Service: Apopka Memorial Day Service: Beginning Racewalking Program: T.O.P.S Chapter #114: TUESDAY, MAY 29Walking Club: Watercolor Painting Class: SEmation. Balling For Jesus: Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 WEDNESDAY, MAY 30T.O.P.S Chapter #646: 1147. Crafts & Board Games: a.m. Cards & Bridge: Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: Branch.* Toddler Time: Storybook Fun for Your Little One: Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: Lacrosse Program : Yoga Class: THURSDAY, MAY 31Walking Club: Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: Motorcycle Night: Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: ********** Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com. to The Apopka Chief $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county)

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 8B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff With the spring game at Lake Minneola being the most substantial evaluation of spring practice, the annual intrasquad contest is also very critical for the Wekiva Mustangs football program. The spring game was played Thursday, May 24, past press time, while the intrasquad scrimmage was held Thursday, May 17. Held with a low-key theme, the intrasquad game was done so as a means of preparing and setting the team up face Lake Minneola as it continues to acclimatize itself to the restructuring of the coaching staff. The scrimmage went well, Parker said. Because we are low (in terms of numbers) on the coaching staff, we havent run practices like (we will in the) fall. We have had to piece together the information, so that was what we were focused on and the coaches never know how it will work out until we are playing a game. We were pleasantly surprised with how far along we are and in particular with the transition of a new offensive coordinator. Most importantly, the next focus during spring is the game against Lake Minneola. With what we did in the intra dence heading into the game against Lake Minneola. We are seeing that the pieces are coming together. Having to piece together the information, it is hard to tell if the pieces are coming together. We have to measure where we are by considering the sum of the whole. We cant measure based on each individual part. We saw that the sum of the whole has become very solid. During the scrimmage lined up against the secondstring defense and vice-versa. Both offenses had three possesstring defense stopped the offense twice. Scoring twice is a good percentage, Parker said. In that situation, the defense isnt expected to stop the offense. Nor is the second-string offense supposed to score, but the fact the second-string offense scored and the second string was able to stop the offense says something about themselves. They are better than what we thought and are ready to contribute. As spring practice began, the two positions which had the most uncertainty were the running back and linebacker. The team does not have a running cant time at the varsity level. That lack of experience is a concern for any team, but for Wekiva, it especially sticks out practice, the program has had a reputation for standout running backs and depth at the position. With that scenario, Sam Jallah and Ernie Davis have been inserted into the offensive line-up at the running back slot. Both have played strictly on defense during their time at Wekiva, Jallah as a defensive back and Davis as a linebacker. Both will play on both sides of the ball this year. Last year, Ryan Watson was moved from the offensive Scott is the other running back this year. Cameron Rutz, Quontarius Thomas, Teddy Atkins, and James Zachery will line up at linebacker this year along with Davis. Rutz is the only player on that list who has seen any varsity time, but he has participated in only a handful of plays due to injuries. Parker and his staff are very happy with the play of both units and while there is still work to be done, they are spring practice began with is no more after the intrasquad game and that thought continues into the game against Lake Minneola. The coaching staff also felt the performance of the offensive line was positive, as Parker said the offense moved the ball fairly well, including scoring twice. The starting offensive line consists of Devon Cooper, Ryan Lewis, Jamal Taylor, Khani Rozier, and Demarius McMillian. The starting defensive line is made up of Keenan Payne, Warren Owens, Dequan Harvin, and Sergio Kilpat rick. Jallah, Terrance Ross, Reggie Brown and Errol Dillard make up the secondary. To win that game, we need to get more consistent, Parker said about the contest at Lake Minneola. We showed a lot of what we need to win dur ing the intrasquad game and it was again a solid performance, but this is against an opponent in a win-loss situation. They are similar to us four years ago. They will be much better this year because it will be their second. They are already showing a lot of improvement and their skill players are good enough to win games by them selves. The level of their skill players is far above that of an expansion program. They drew their athletes from the East Ridge and South Lake areas. Consistency leads to balance and games are won when there is balance as a whole on both offense and defense. It means more points on offense and less on defense. Lake Minneola uses a spread offense and a three-man front on defense, alternating between three and four line backers.Spring football practice ending for Wekiva Mustangs The Mustangs completed spring practice Thursday, May 24, with a game at Lake Minneola past press time. Wekiva assistant coach Bryan Gary gets his point across following a play during practice this week. Steve Ogden, Wekiva assistant coach, holds up the Lake Minneola plays so the scout team offense can see what they are supposed to run for the Wekiva defense. Assistant coach Jay Cvetko instructs a defensive player as the Mustangs were getting ready to play Lake Minneola in the spring game. During practice this week for the spring game, there was plenty of hard hitting as the Mustangs held their drills in the sunshine each afternoon. Head coach Ty Parker talks to his defense while there was a break in the action. The Wekiva scout team offense was running plays that the Mustangs expected Lake Minneola to run.

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 9B spring on installing the double-wing offense, but theyve also worked on running the shotgun and the I-formation. Long-time Apopka fans will remember the double-wing offense as the one the Darters ran in 2001 when they defeated Miami Northwestern 34-16 for the Class 6A state champi onship. I cant even predict what well run, Darlington said. I could tell you the blocking schemes and even the passing routes, but I dont know what formation well use. Im putting the game plan together this week. His defense, however, can count on the Sandcrabs running its tradi tional spread offense, as it has done for many years under coach Marc Beach. Seabreeze has been utilizing the spread offense run out of the shotgun formation for more than 10 years. Through the last few years, the Blue Darters and Sandcrabs have played several times in spring games and preseason Kickoff Classics. Traditionally, the visiting team has done very well. Theyre fun to play because theyre good in what they do, Dar lington said about the Sandcrabs. He and Seabreeze coach Beach have been friends for several years. Hes a classy guy. While Darlington may not have determined what offensive formation he will run, he knows what he wants from his team, no matter the look. I want to go on offense and not turn the ball over, and execute well. I want to see good fundamentals, he said. I dont want it to look like a typical mish-mash spring. Defensively, Apopka will run its traditional 4-3 defense, but Seabreezes spread offense will put pressure on Apopkas linebackers to not only play the run, but cover the pass, as well. On defense, I want to us run to the ball and tackle well, Darlington said, adding that there are two or three positions still open at linebacker and Darlington said the teams will play live special teams action throughout the game with returning place kicker and punter Brett Wilson doing most of the kicking for the Blue Darters. Tyler LHeureux could also see some action at kicker, Darlington said. The spring game at Seabreeze follows the annual Blue and White game the Darters played Thursday, May 17. No score was kept as the teams were divided with the Blue being all defensive players and the White team having all the offensive players. The No. 1 offense faced off with the No. 1 defense, as well as the No. 2 and No. 3 teams doing the same. Darlington said the defense had the better of it, but that can be attrib uted to the Apopka defense having total knowledge of the plays run by the Apopka offense. Its hard to move the ball on your defense when they see the same thing every day. One positive for the Blue Darters since spring practice kicked off on May 1 is the lack of major injuries. anyone out. Weve been fortunate with injuries thus far. But, thats the way it needs to be for this team, he said, so the players can advance to where they need to be when they open the season August 31 at Dr. Phillips. have a long way to go. We have lots of room for growth, Darlington said. ends with the game in Daytona Beach, Darters will get together before fall practice starts on August 15, as summer conditioning workouts are scheduled to begin June 18. After starting preseason practice on August 15, the Blue Darters will host the Citra North Marion Colts on August 24 in the preseason Kickoff Classic. Last season, the Blue Darters lost not only two halves in a preseason jamboree to North Marion and Gainesville Buchholz, but then started the regular season 0-3. The schedule, however, features the same teams, although the Darters will play North Marion in a full preseason game rather than facing two teams for two quarters each. The regular season starts when the Blue Darters travel to Dr. Phillips to face the host Panthers. Then, which has six contests at home during the regular season. The Blue Darters will host the Lake Brantley Patriots on September 7 before their open date occurs on September 14. Then, its back to action for the son when the Olympia Titans visit Roger Williams Field. The Hialeah Miami Lakes Trojans, one of two Miami-Dade County teams making a second-straight visit to Apopka, will play the Darters on September 28. The Ocoee Knights, under new head coach Dale Salapa, is expecting to be better for the 2012 season and they will play at Apopka on October 5 in a District 8A-3 game. The annual Homecoming contest is set for October 12 when the Blue Darters host the North Miami Beach home games. Its on the road for three consecutive games with two of them being Thursday night contests. The West Orange Warriors will two Thursday games, as Apopka will play there on October 18 in a District 8A-3 game. The Edgewater Eagles will host the Blue Darters a week later on October 25. of the season for the Darters will be played at hometown rival Wekiva when the Mustangs host Apopka on November 2. The regular season closes out at home for Apopka when the Palm Bay Bayside Bears visit for a November 9 game. Continued from page 1BDarters: Apopka placing more emphasis on winning its spring game Blue and White game gives players some competitive actionRunning back Robert Thomas stiff-arms linebacker Ryan Hobbick to keep him from making the tackle. Punt returner Jevric Blocker cradles the ball as Chandler Cox and Saverio Macrena cover the punt. Placekicker Brett Wilson (29) converts an extra point kick during the Blue and White game played Thursday, May 17, at Roger Williams Field. Two of Apopkas top players, offensive lineman Dazzie Morris (l) and defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler, battle for position. Four offensive linemen stick together as they sit on the bench. Shown are, (l-r), Kelby Bev elle, Dazzie Morris, Sam Janetzke, and Martez Ivey. Rakeem Smith catches a pitch from quarterback Zack Dar lington while playing running back. After catching a pass, Chandler Cox (r) prepares to be hit by defensive back Ben Bascom early in the Blue and White game on Thursday, May 17.Staff photos by John Peery

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By Ramona Whaley Golden Chief Correspondent School administrators in Russia and new countries formed out of the former Soviet Union are begging for Bibles. The Russian educators want to use the Bible in their schools as a teaching tool. They believe the Bible is the best resource for instructing students about ethics. Gerald (Jerry) Starling and his wife Marion, the Apopka couple who provided this information, are helping provide those Bibles for Russia along with other biblical instruction materials. The Starlings are close neighbors of The Apopka Chief, but their outreach positively changes peoples lives on another continent faraway from this community. They work through an international ministry, the Eastern European Mission (EEM). A 72-year-old retiree, Jerry Starling is an Eastern European Mission (EEM) regional representative. Marion Starling supports the Eastern European Missions work, as well as the Womens Eastern European Mission (WEEM). Jerry Starlings primary role with the Eastern European Mission is as an educational speaker. He informs Americans about Eastern European Missions purpose and seeks funding support from this regions churches to help continue the EEMs work. I go to the churches for contributions, he said. My work is to visit churches and to talk to individuals about opportunities we have and to encourage their help and support. I dont twist arms., he said. I just tell the story and people get excited. It is the most interesting ministry I have been in, and I have been in ministry of one kind or another all my life, he said. I have been in this ministry since June 2007. ropean Mission when he was an elder at Northeast Church of Christ in East Pointe, Michigan, which is near Detroit. I was working as chaplain in a church-related nursing home. My mission was to visit congregations and keep them informed about what was going on at the nursing home from June of until I retired at the end of . During that time, a guest speaker talked to the congregation about the Eastern European Mission, Starling said, and when he found out Id be retiring to Florida, he said, Jerry, I need help, somebody to be there all the time. That visitor to the Starlings former church up north was a snowbird who speaks about EEM to Florida churches in the winter. A few months later, an EEM coordinator called Jerry Starling and offered a staff position. Coming to Florida to work for the Eastern European Mission was a homecoming for Gerald Starling. He in Ocoee in 1940, he was brought to Apopka as a baby by his parents. He is a 1956 graduate (kindergarten through senior year) of the Mount Dora Bible School, and Alabama Christian College (now Faulkner University), from which he graduated as a history, English and secondary education major in 1958 before his 1960 graduation as an education major from Harding University in Searcy, Alabama. The Starlings moved from Michigan back home to Apopka because he wanted to be near his parents, Philip and Ruth Starling. His parents have lived in Plymouth for 50 years in the house they built in 1962. His father was a fruit picker in an Apopka grove. Eastern European Mission was organized in 1961, which happens to be the same year the Berlin Wall went up, Jerry Starling said. Between then and the fall of the wall, six to eight million copies of the Bible or portions thereof have been delivered to Eastern European, he said. We have a very large press in Vienna, Austria. It is the source of our operation. Eastern European Mission started out as smugglers back in the 1960s, he said. Back then, smuggling in Bibles was the only way for the Eastern European Mission to get those precious forbidden books and other spiritual literature to those there who wanted and needed them in their mid-century communist USSR. ure numbers, he said, all of it coming out of the Eastern European Missions budget. Twenty-eight years into our existence, Starling said, things changed. That was when EEM was allowed to Gerald (Jerry) Starling is an educational speaker for Eastern European Mission. Hes been with this ministry since 2007.Golden ChiefA FOCUS ON SENIOR CITIZENS The Apopka ChiefMay 25, 2012, Page 10B See BIBLES Page 13B PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. 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Velveeta, cut into 1/2 inch cubes 1 can (10 oz.) Ro-Tel Diced tomatoes & green chiles, undrained 1/2 cup milk Cook macaroni as directed on package, Drain. Microwave Velveeta and Ro-Tel in large microwaveable bowl on HIGH 5 minutes or until Velveeta is completly melted, stirring after 3 minutes. Stir in milk. Add macaroni to Velveeta sauce, stir to evenly coat. NOTE: You can add 2 cloves of chopped garlic, some chopped green pepper, and garnish with chives. I used the ORIGINAL Ro-tel which is medium spicy, but Ro-tel also comes in a MILD (which is milder than the Original) and it also comes in HOT, so the choice is up to the cook. Apopkans help provide Bibles to the former Soviet Union

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 12B activity, including competition in dribbling, Mikan drill, free throw, hot shot, and shootout, which are scheduled to be held during the week. Each camper also receives a free t-shirt and basketball. All of the money which is raised from the camp is used to Williams said. Between June 1 and July 1, we (Wekiva varsity team) will be playing a summer league and participate in three weekend camps. We will play about 30 games altogether. The summer program is a vital part of our overall program and $3,000. That is a lot of money for families of players. This helps reduce that cost and makes it more affordable for the players to get the opportunity they need to play. For our players, it (the camp) is a great experience. It is an opportunity for them to give back to the community. They can impact the lives of younger children positively. They can participate in a form of community service. The players enjoy that opportunity to be around the younger children and to pass on what they know. The same is true of the campers. And, again, if the camper is interested in basketball and playing organized basketball, it is an opportunity for them to develop and improve their skills. It is a situation for both us and the campers to get what each needs. The literature states great individual attention will be given to each camper and the goal is for every camper to gain a better knowledge of the game of basketball while having a fun experience doing it. The cost is $90 if registered before June 11. The cost is $100 at the door. Enrolland last year was a sell-out. For more information, contact scott.williams@ocps.net.The Wekiva Mustangs baseball program held its annual postseason banquet and several awards were presented to players. In the picture above left, the Wekiva junior varsity team players who won awards are, (l-r), Dan Richard, coaches award; Jose Rodriquez, defensive most valuable player; Juan Rodriguez, offensive most valuable player; and Logan Gilbert, highest grade point average. In the picture above right, the Wekiva varsity players who won awards are, (l-r), Brodie Burch, defensive most valuable player; Tyler Gilbert, pitching most valuable player and highest grade point average; Austin McWhite, coaches award; and Kevin Brantley, offensive most valuable player. Wekiva High baseball team gives out year-end awards The Apopka-based Future Rebels 18U Gold team took rst place in the USSSA Kissimmee Showdown tournament May 19-20. The Future Rebels Gold team beat out the Lady Scorpions 6-1 in the championship game to win the showcase. Players and coaches shown are, (l-r), front row, Rachel Hodges, Cassidy Close, Madison Gorman, Evelynn Arguellas, Christal Cruz, and Cassie Pesce. Back row, coach Todd Verkennes, coach Dale Aldrich, Brooke Aldrich, Jessica Reid, Rebecca Snyder, Autumn Hanners, Jasmine Rodriguez, Emily Munyon, coach Rochelle Peterson, and coach Jose Arguellas. Not pictured is Rachel Minier. Apopka softball team wins tournament Camp: Enrollment limited to 60 Continued from page 1B Flag Folding CeremonyHOW TO FOLD THE AMERICAN FLAG e ag folding ceremony described by the Uniformed Services is a dramatic and uplifting way to honor the ag on special days, like Memorial Day or Veterans Day, and is sometimes used at retirement ceremonies. HERE IS A TYPICAL SEQUENCE OF THE READING: (Begin reading as Honor Guard or Flag Detail is coming forward). e ag folding ceremony represents the same religious principles on which our country was originally founded. e portion of the ag denoting honor is the canton of blue containing the stars representing the states our veterans served in uniform. e canton eld of blue dresses from left to right and is inverted when draped as a pall on a casket of a veteran who has served our country in uniform. In the Armed Forces of the United States, at the ceremony of retreat the ag is lowered, folded in a triangle fold and kept under watch throughout the night as a tribute to our nations honored dead. e next morning it is brought out and, at the ceremony of reveille, run aloft as a symbol of our belief in the resurrection of the body. (Wait for the Honor Guard or Flag Detail to unravel and fold the ag into a quarter fold--resume reading when Honor Guard is standing ready.) As an Army and Navy custom, the ag is lowered daily at the last note of retreat. Special care should be taken that no part of the ag touches the ground. e Flag is then carefully folded into the shape of a tri-cornered hat, emblematic of the hats worn by colonial soldiers during the war for Independence. In the folding, the red and white stripes are nally wrapped into the blue, as the light of day vanishes into the darkness of night. is custom of special folding is reserved for the United States Flag alone. FIRST FOLD e rst fold of our ag is a symbol of life. To properly fold the Flag, begin by holding it waist-high with another person so that its surface is parallel to the ground. SECOND FOLD e second fold is a symbol of our belief in the eternal life. Fold the lower half of the stripe section lengthwise over the eld of stars, holding the bottom and top edges securely. THIRD FOLD e third fold is made in honor and remembrance of the veteran departing our ranks who gave a portion of life for the defense of our country to attain a peace throughout the world. Fold the ag again lengthwise with the blue eld on the outside. FOURTH FOLD e fourth fold represents our weaker nature, for as American citizens trusting in God, it is to Him we turn in times of peace as well as in times of war for His divine guidance. Make a triangular fold by bringing the striped corner of the folded edge to meet the open (top) edge of the ag. FIFTH FOLD e fth fold is a tribute to our country, for in the words of Stephen Decatur, Our country, in dealing with other countries, may she always be right; but it is still our country, right or wrong. Turn the outer (end) point inward, parallel to the open edge, to form a second triangle. SIXTH FOLD e sixth fold is for where our hearts lie. It is with our heart that we pledge allegiance to the SEVENTH FOLD e seventh fold is a tribute to our Armed Forces, for it is through the Armed Forces that we protect our country and our ag against all her enemies, whether they be found within or without the boundaries of our republic. EIGHTH FOLD e eighth fold is a tribute to the one who entered in to the valley of the shadow of death, that we might see the light of day, and to honor mother, for whom it ies on mothers day. NINTH FOLD e ninth fold is a tribute to womanhood; for it has been through their faith, love, loyalty and devotion that the character of the men and women who have made this country great have been molded. TENTH FOLD e tenth fold is a tribute to father, for he, too, has given his sons and daughters for the defense of our country since they were rst born. ELEVENTH FOLD e eleventh fold, in the eyes of a Hebrew citizen, represents the lower portion of the seal of King David and King Solomon, and glori es, in their eyes, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. TWELFTH FOLD e twelfth fold, in the eyes of a Christian citizen, represents an emblem of eternity and glori es, in their eyes, God the Father, the Son, and Holy Ghost.When the ag is completely folded, only a triangular blue eld of stars should be visible. When the ag is completely folded, the stars are uppermost, reminding us of our national motto, In God we Trust. (Wait for the Honor Guard or Flag Detail to inspect the ag--after the inspection, resume reading.) After the ag is completely folded and tucked in, it takes on the appearance of a cocked hat, ever reminding us of the soldiers who served under General George Washington and the sailors and marines who served under Captain John Paul Jones who were followed by their comrades and shipmates in the Armed Forces of the United States, preserving for us the rights, privileges, and freedoms we enjoy today. ag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. ______________________ e triangular folding is continued until the entire length of the ag is folded in this manner. ______________________

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 13BSoccer game will honor those who have died, raise fundsdistribute its Bibles with per mission of the authorities. We are convinced there was a spiritual element in that, which we attribute to our God, he said. Even before Gorbachev lost his position as head of Russia government in 1989, we were able to participate openly and with permission in Red Square. After the fall of communism, we were able to do even more. We were able to provide Bibles and study courses for mission groups willing to go into the old puppet states of the old Soviet Union and into Russia itself. Sometime in the mid1990s, we were approached by a minister of education in the Du Altitia region of Siberia, which is a long way from Moscow. He wanted something to use in his schools in Balnaul, the capital city of Altitia Province, something that would inculcate character and a sense of ethics and morality, and he wanted it to be spiritually based. We provided this minister with a character-building cur riculum guide for his teachers and students and we conducted seminars for his teachers on how to use these guides, seminars for up to a hundred teachers at a time. Then, this minister of education, Dr. Vladimir Skovorodnikov, said, We need the Bible explained. Translations were available, but they needed explanation. The texts and seminars are very good, Jerry Starling said, but they all assumed a degree of familiarity with the Bible. We duction to the Bible. We dont have the means, Eastern European Mission regretfully had to tell the minister of education. Find it! he said. He (the minister of education) had never become a communist, Jerry Starling said, He was too convinced by the evidence of divine creation for it to be an accident and he was convinced the God of Israel is the true God and that Jesus is his son. This was not anticipated. We didnt seek it, but we came home and had a series of meetings in Houston, for several days discussing this and how to do it. OK, we said, lets go to our churches, to our brother hood, and say we have this opportunity, we cannot do it; it is beyond our budget and abilities, but could you ask your congregations? lar Sunday on the last Sunday in August 1998 was a major success that brought in more than $1 million for the Bible explanation project needed by Prime Minister Dr. Skovorodnikov for his people. (Million Dollar Sundays are now raising closer to $2 million.) Volunteer Michael Armour wrote a new simpler version of the introduction to the Bible. He wrote it in English, 247 pages. His Newcomers Guide To The Bible has been translated into 20 languages for the 20 nations of the old Soviet Union. Eastern European Mission is a Church of Christ project aided by other denominations, churches and individuals. 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Exchange Earn extra Ca$h... $ell your $tuff here!!www.theapopkachief.com classifieds@theapopkachief.comBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff With Memorial Day on Monday, May 28, there will be services this weekend across the country to honor those who have given their lives while serving in the Armed Forces. But, with one of their own as the impetus, an Apopka group of soccer players will honor those who have fallen in a different and special way, as well as those who are a part of the organizations family. Hosted by St. Andrews FC (football club), the sixth annual Memorial Cup will be held Sunday, May 27, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. The Memorial Cup was originally established in honor of Eric Palmisano for the ulti and the contributions he made to St. Andrews FC. On April 2, 2006, he died while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was a member of the First Transportation Unit which was a part of the First Marine Logistics Group. It supports the First Marine Expeditionary Force. When we found out Eric had died in the line of duty, we immediately felt it was impor tant and necessary to honor his memory, Keith Hayter, president of St Andrews FC said. He meant a lot to the team. He wasnt just a face. Everyone knew him and St. Andrews today is what it is in large part due to his contributions, in both our game accomplishments and To honor him, we thought it was important to continue to follow what was important to him. Since then, several other members of the St. Andrews FC family have also passed on and their contributions to both whom they were close to and the football club are important, and we want to honor all of them. Palmisano was engaged to Claire Kohake, who also plays for St. Andrews FC (on a different team). His unit was based out of Camp Pendleton, located near San Diego, Calif. was held during Memorial Day weekend in 2006. Since then, several members of the St. Andrews Football Club family have died and the game is held to also honor their lives, their contributions to the football club and their legacies. In addition to Palmisano, the game is held in memory of Chris Levitt, Alicia Areseneault, Jeremy Bullas, Mike Ruschak, Johnathan Cooke, Rosie Kohake (mother of Claire), Kate Irwin (mother of Rob). They will also be honored with a moment of silence before the start of the game. Palmisano was very involved with childrens chari ties and so the football club focuses on raising money for them. Each year the Memorial Cup has been held, a childrens charity has been selected as reThis year, the funds raised from the game are being donated to the New Hope for Kids. Since 1996, New Hope for Kids has been helping Central Florida children in need. The groups purpose is to bring hope, healing and happiness to children and families suffering from grief, loss or life-threat ening illnesses. New Hope for Kids achieves this through two programs. The Center for Grieving Children helps children and families cope with the feelings of grief and loss after the death of a loved one. Childrens Wish grants wishes to children, ages 3-18 who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Eric was close to chil drens charities through his entire life, Hayter said. So it was natural for us to pursue that course when honoring him and what his life meant. He brought that belief to the club and it is something we hold onto today The game pits the U.S vs. ROW (rest of the world). The American teams roster consists of players who were born in the United States. The other team is made up of players who were born in other countries. As is standard soccer format, two, 45-minute halves will be held. The format is the same as golfs Ryder Cup or the NHLs all-star game. A story unto itself, Cindy Love will serve as the referee. She donated one of her kidneys to a stranger. Her sons will also don the whistle and stripes. A buffet and postgame celebration will be held at St. Andrews Tavern, 1119 SR 436, Altamonte Springs. A prize drawing will also be held. The team will also be hosting two attempts at the Guinness Book of World Records to raise funds. The St. Andrews Tavern will attempt to break the record for the longest doubles match for darts on June 1. At the same time, the Copper Rocket (located on the cor ner of Lake Avenue and U.S. Highway 17-92 in Maitland) will try to break the singles record, which is 36 hours. The proceeds raised will also be donated to New Hope for Kids. We want to thank the city of Apopka and the Fields of Fame, Northwest Recre ation Complex for letting us use the facility every year for the game, Hayter said. It is where we train and the city of Apopka has been so good to us. We welcome everybody to come to the game and the buffet.from page 10BBibles

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r fntbt bbtt n f f fr r rr f rf n f ff f n tbn tn nn t bn nt tn t nt n n n nnn tnn tnn n n nn n tt b n tttnntt t tn t t tn t n n n n nnbnbn n n tbnn n n nn b n t n t t nn t tn t n nn ntn n n bn nf b t tr r r b b r r t n n n nn t n n nn t n t t r tn nn n n t t t n n t bn n b t n n t n n n tbnn nn bn n nn t t n n tn n ntn nn t ntbnnn ntt n nn ntn nt t nn f nn r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n trtbt r fntb nb ffr ff rf f fff b r fffr b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f ff ff r f rr fr nt br n tr t rt n tr ft r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt bnr r r tbr n r r r n rt t t t t t r nt br t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n tbr f f f r f f f ff f r rt brbb n r fntbn ttn f f f r f r ff r r r r r rr f rf nntb f f nntb n f b bnnr r r tb tb r r n t n r n t t n n tf r r r r r r n r f btr r r t ntr r rbb f f f f rn f nbrntbn b r fntbt bb nb f f fr r frrr f rf n f ntb r r ntb r r f br f r r r r b r n n n nn b nn fb b r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rt t n trtbt r fntbt bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n ntb bt n rb f ntb bt n rb b f b tr r r b b r r t r t n b b t f b r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rnn n n trtbt t r fntbt bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n f tf n tbn tn nn t bn nt tn t nt n n n nnn tnn tnn n n nn n tt b n tttnntt t tn t t tn t n n n n nnbnbn n n tbnn n n nn b n t n t t nn t tn t n nn ntn n n bn nf btr r r b b r r t n n n nn t n n nn t n t t r tn nn n n t t t n n t bn n b t n n t n n n tbnn nn bn n nn t t n n tn n ntn nn t ntbnnn ntt n nn ntn nt t nn f nn r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n trtbt r fntbn ttnt f ff r f r ff f f rr r r r frr f rf f ntb f tn r ff r r n tt r r r t t t tt t tt f r r r r r r n r f btr r r t ntr r rbb f f f f rnttb n f nbrntbn b r fntbt bbt n f f fr r ff rr f rf n ff ntb ff ntb f b r f r r tb r r r b b b bb b bb f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rt tb n trtbt r fntbt bbt nb f f fr r frr f rf n f nt b t r nt b t r f r ff r r t bb r r b t r t b t f b r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rn n trtbt r fntbt bb nb f f fr r frrr f rf n ntb t f ntb t f t br f r r r r r tt tt t b t f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rbt bttn n trtbt b r ff ntbbb r b r r b bt f r b f f r rr f nrtt brt f r r r r r f r r r r f f r r t t t rr t tr t fff f r t tf b b b n n tb b r r f ntbb btb f r f f r f f rf n r ttrb fr tf n n n r n f f r n n n n r f rf n rf nfb rfn nr n n br r f n rf n r r r rt nf rb n f nn f nb r n f r ttrb fr tfn b f f f ttf r f f f n b bf ftt fb nf rtf rf f f nt r rfb n rf nb nf r n r n ff t r rt f rbrr r rb n rb nfr rrn rrn n fbnrf nn nr r nf rt f f f n f f f f t f bf f f b tbf f f nr tftbt r f ntt tbt f rr f f rf n r ttrb fr tf n n n r b f f r n n n n r f rf n rf nfb rfn nr n n br r f n rf n r r r rt nf rb n nnf nb r n f r ttrb fr tf n nf f f n f f rf r f fbnn fb nf rtf rf f f nt r rfb n rf nb nf r n r n ff t r rt f rbrr r rb n rb fr rrn rrn n fbnrf nn nr r nf rt f f f f f f f n f tf f f t bnbtbf f f nr nfntn b rfnttb t rn rr rr rr r r r r r rrnttn rr r rrnttn f frf f r rf nt b r f n tt nf n t rfn f fn ft t t t t f n f fn nb f n n nt n ff ff n nn f f f bf f f b b ff nn fn rfn t t r r b r nnn n r r r r r r r r r f b t nbf n f ff bn n n b rf nbr f r r rr r r r r r t r rf n n f n n nf rfn tbf nfb b r ffrfn ft rbft ff f n f r t t b nt f f nntn r f ntb f f n n n rf nrnt n bb f b b b b f b b b b b b b b bb b f b f b f f b b bbb rf b b b b f tf nn tf f f f tf b f f bf bf tf tf n bfb n rt b b b b b b b bb b b n t b n n b r t rt bb bb b n nb b n b b b b bb b b b b b nb b b n r tb n n rb t ntn t fn b bbb b b bb b b b b bb b b f n b n n b rb b b bb b b b b b b b b b bb rb bnb f tb

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r f ntb n rtt nn rr nn r tt f n rrn fn n rnn t n nn n n f n n t r n tt n nn nn t nn rf n rf tb bb f n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf b rf rft fr fr fr r b b bbftrf b b n bnbnb b ttb n r nf r r nrfbb brn bnb n b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt r fr tbf f rft bf rb f nf ntrn n t t b nnt t n t trr tfb bnb n tr n r rbb ntrrn n fbnrf bnfnrtb bnf bnrb rfntbb b f f ff f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r nn ntbn rf f bf r f ntbbb n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf f r r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf n ntbn r r r nrf rn nn nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr fnb bt r r n r bnt bnb r f b n b nr r r n nt n f nf rbbf rf bf bf f n n n r b rf n rf n nf r n r n b ff r rb bbf b r r r r b f r n r bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n fnrbfb rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb nbntbn btb r ff nttb tb r f r f f r r rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r r r f tb f n nt r r t b t ntn n b f r ntn t rr t tr t fff fr f r t tfb bb n t tb nt b b b nntn tn r ff ntbbb bb f r b f r b f f r b b f r r b r b rr f nrtt brt f r r r r r f r r r r f b n nbn r r t t t rr t tr t fff nrf f r t tf b n n tb b n r fntb b f f f fr r ff frff tbbr r r r ff r r f fff bbbbbbr r fffff tr r rffntb tt r t rfr ttn rf ff fbttt rfr b t t t t f t r r f r r f r b f r n t r rtb n t t ff n n r b b b t t n tt bb t b t btt t tt b t bt bt tt b b b r t tt t rf rf ttt r r t bt bt t t bt t b f f t b f rfr t bb n t bb t b frr b trtbt b r f f fntbt bbtb f f f f ff ff f f ff f f ff f fff r ff ff f rf ntb rf r r f t br b n r rr nn r nb r r f r b br r r r r nt nn r tb nb r t f br rrn r r r rf r rbb b n rr r r n rbb r nnb rf b f f f t t f r n br f f r t f f rr f r r n nr r nrf n r rnf r r nr r r n r bn r r n r r r t nr rr f rnf r r r nr nn r br f r n rnr rr n f r n r r r b rf nrf n ttbt b r fntb r r r r rr r n r r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr r f f r r r f f r r f r b b r f r r rt r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf fftft n bfr rbbf trtbt b r fntb btt r r r r frr n ff f r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr f r r r r f r f r b b r bbtf r rtt r b b r r fb n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf fftft n bfr rbbf trtbt b r fntb b r r r r rr nf r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr r r fr r f fr br br f r f r b b r ff rr r t r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf fftft n bfr rbbf trtbt b r fntb b r r r r rr n fff r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr r r fr r f fr br br f r f r b b r ff rr r t r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf fftft n bfr rbbf trtbt r fntb t r r r r rr n r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr bbr f tr r f r fr f f r f f r r b b r tr r r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf fftft n bfr r r r frr b rr rr bb rbbf trtbt t r fntb t r r r r rr n ff r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr bbr f tr r f r fr f f r f f r r b b r tr r r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf fftft n bfr r r r frr b rr rr bb rbbf trtbt r ff ntbbb nb b b b b r f r b f fb b b r b b f r r b r r rfn tb t r r f r r n r r r r r r r r f r r n r n r r r n r t n t f rr b rf n r ff ntbbb nb b fb r f b b b f f r b b f f r b r f f r r b r f rfn tb t r r f r r n r r r r r r b n r r f r r n r n r r r n r t n t f rr t b rf r ff ntbbb ntb f f b b f f r b b f f r r r b f b f r r b r f rfn tb t r r f r r n r r r r r b b t n b r r f r r n r n r r r n r t n t f rr t b rf r fntb bb ff r r f r r ff f r ff r f rf fff f ffff tr frr ff f r f r r r n tb t rr r r ttt f r f r f r r r n f f n n rrfr r r f r r r rrf rr rf rr tt n r f r tbt r f rr r r r f r r f f f r f r f r f r r f r fr r r r r r r t fr r r f f r r rr r f fr t r r f r f r r f r rr r rnt r t rff f r r r t r r rtt rr rrbb rrrbttbt r t btt rrf trtbt r fntbb btbt f f f f ftbbr r f r ff f fffff tr frr ff f r f r r r n tb t rr r r tttt f r f r f r r r nn tt f f n r rfr r r f r r r rrf rr rf rr tt n r f r tbt r f rr r r r f r tr f r r r f r r f r f r r f r fr r r r r r r t fr r r f f r r rr r f fr t r r f r f r r f r rr r rnt r t rff f r r r t r r rtt rr rrbb rrrbttbt r t tb rrf trtbt r f ntb nn r fn n r n nn rf n r ttrb fr tf n n n r b b f f r n n n n r f rf n rf nfb rfn nr br r f n n n rf n r b nf r r r rt nf rb n nnf nb r n f r ttrb fr tfn nn n b nn b rn r n r n r f fb nf rtf rf f f nt r rfb n rf nb nf r n r n ff t r rt f rbrr r rb n rb bfr rrn nrrn n fbnrf nn nr r nf rt nr bbb b rfnt bnt rf nt b n f br fr bn ntr r f f r fntb btt r r r r frr nf r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr f r r r r f r f r b b r bbtf r rtt r b b r r fb n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f n frf fftft n bfr rbbf trtbt b

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r ff ntbbb tb r b b f r b f f r b f r r b r b rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r r r f b r n b t f f b r f b f tn r r b r r r b n n n tnn n n rb r r r b b b r n b t f f b r f b f tn r r r r t t n n b n n n tnn n n rb b r r r n f b b r b n b t f f b r f b f tn r r r r t t n b n b r r r f r b r b n b t f f b r f b f tn r r r r t t t b b r r r b r b n b t f f b r f b f tn r r r r t t n t b n n tnn n n n n r t b t n n f t rr t tr t fff f r t tfb bb b n n tb b t nn r fntbb ff bf r r r t r r rbtr bb r f f nt nb b t r b r b t b bt r r b f b f b r tb f b fr tt btt nt tb f b r r b ftf r f b b b r f br f r bbn b f b bb r ftb tb b b b fbtb btf btfbfr f r f b t t r b r r r r t f r ffn f f r b tbnb b f r bnt f b bb rfr bf b t ff r b r t b f f b f r tf b b b f nf f fbb f b f nbt bb bf b r ff r b r bbfttf b bbr b b nbnb tt r f f r bnt f b bb r f bf b t ff r b r t bf f b f r tf tf tb b b f nff b bf fbb f b b f tf bn b f nffr nbt bb bf b r r ff n b r t bf f bf rtf bbb n f f br t b br n f b btf f fbr ff bf ff rb f bb tt br fbr f r b n f f b f bfb b b f b f tbbr bt bb b f fb fr bb b f ftr f b b f fn f b bt fnb r f n b bfr fbb tt b b bnfr br fb b r f b r nfb f b bb b f fb b nf ff f fttb nnt br br fbr f r b bnf n f nf f bt b bb tt t n fbb f f b bb b bfr tt nnbbr bbbr n ttr b b r nn nn nt tt b f f bb b b tt b n fnb f f b bb b f f b b fnbf f b bt fnb r t f tb f b r bnbr nntb b f bb f r b r br btb r tr bt f bb fr f f bt f nnfbr f f b btf f b f br f f b bft f r bb f br tt ttbr ttbr t b ttfr bt r tfbr nfr ff fnr tr btbfr br r f br bb tr t br b fb b fb f br b ntbr t br nb f br bbr tf tbr nbr ntr t b r b fbr bbfr b r fbr b bbr bfr ff b tt ttf f t nb tt bb tt r fnbf btbb tb b bf b bt f b nfb fbbffb ftb f n f b bt fnb b tt b b tt f n f b bt fnb fr ff bf bt f b b fnbf f tt f nff f b bt fn b r tt n bb b nt nb f f btbf b br ffr bb f nb f f ff f n fbb f b bt fnb tt n bb b tbbr nbr nn f t bbb f f nt fnffr f r b f fb fb bt f fb bt b btb f b b btfnbr n fbb f b f tt f nff f b bt fnb tt f ff f b f f ft bbbr b fr br bb fr tb f tb bb b b t b b b f fbr bb f b r b btb f b bbtfnbr n fb br tbr tb f b f b bt fnb f nbft n fnb tfb b bf tt f b bb f f b bb ttb b b b bt b f br f tt nnfb f fbr n f b bt tt b bbr b b f fb t f br t br t btt b r ff f f b b b br f b f b n fnb b nb bbf b b f bt b bbt f nb r r fntb t r tnnb rfr rfnrtbtbnbr nb rr t t r b t b r r r r f f b r nbr r t t nb nf r b b b b nbr n r t nb rr r t f b nn r n rr b rr bnr nbnn b n t b rfnr tb n rn b rr bf b t r f fbbr t b r f b f b f b f r r b b t b bf b f t t r fb b tb n t b r n f b bf rf n b b t rn r t n r r r r b fr rf b t n t b r t b n t f r f r r rf r b r nrr r frrrfr r fntb t fff rr r r r rr ff rrf n f tfb frb r n tn bnr f f n n t f n f f f f r n nr nr f n f nr tbn f t bf f f f f f nr b n nr bb bb n f n f f nfb fbn bn nfnbnn f n r nbbn n f n f tfb frb r n tn bnr f f n n t f nn n nr bfntbnf nn r f r r br r nr f f n f fb n f fnnfn n n ff n nr f b f n n n nr n nn n f ff bf nf b fn f nr nrnr f bfn tbnf f n n f n nr n nr nr f f n n f fbb ff bn rnr n f n f tffrfr tbnffn f n nf f r bfntbnf n nbf rbnf trtbt r fnttbt fn f r r fr rr r f rr f nrtb f r t bt r r r r ft rt r fttt r ff r r ttbtr r n ttb r r r t tt r nr t b b f ff f f fr r f f f f ttr f f rr f r t rb f f r t r ft r tft b fb n trt t r fntb ttb r ntnnr f r ntnfb rfnt b b b b ttf r fn t t bb b b b f r ft b t f t t tr f nf f n nn n ff t t n nn nfn nntb tn t f t t n fnr t nr f n fffn f n n t n t t nb t f nn nn tnt nnb t nn n n t n t t n t n t t n f nb t f n tn t n nr tf nn t tn f f t bb n fn f n fn t n f n t nt f n n t nb n br tf f f n t tn nr n n n f ftf t n t tn f tf tb f n t t f n ftr f t t nfb ft r bbb frrfn r rf ntb bn f f f r f nt b r bb b b t b b b t f b f ff f f n b b b b bb r f b t f r b b n n tb b b bb b b bb b r b b b b b bb b nbb bb b b b b bb b b b b bb nn r fnt n bn b bbbtb b bb r fntb t nn ntn f fn nn ntnb fn nn n ft r fr nnrtbr rf n t n rb rb b r n r rf rb fnn f r r tt rn nn n r r btn r r fr b t rt t rf n rb tr fr nrrr t f t f t t t f nf f n nn n ff t t n nn nfn n ntb tn t f t t n fn t n f n fffn f n n t n t t nb r t f nn nn tnt nnb r t nn n n t n t t n t n t t n f nb r t f n tn t n n tf nn t tn f f t bb n fn f n fn t n f n t nt f n n t nb n b tf f f n t tn n n n n f ftf t n t tn f tf tb f n t t f n ft f t t nfb t bt btnrf fnf r f ntb r rf ntb n b b f f ttb n rb tr t nt tb t bt t t bt b rf ttbrb t nt tb t b tf nn ntr b tn ttb tr t tb tb f nt tnn f bt btb tr t b ntr tn r b tf rf fntbn b t bbfrbt bf nn f b tnbnb r fr ntb tbtb n tn bt ttn rfr f tn bb tn n b t r fnr n tnb fn nb nr tnnr b nb r br nr nb r r r r r n r n b b b n b fn nt nb br tr t r n nr b nbt b b nf fn rt t nb r n b b b nr nb tnb tb n b nt fnr r nbr b nt nb b tnb bf nr rt t nb r nb b tb nb trb r n tnb b t r r fnrnbnr rr r r nt nb nr b f b rb nrb b nr br r nn brnnb ntbt r f r n tt b b n n t tb t tf t tb f b n tb b t t fnt rb fb brr t b t f fnf rf n tb r tb t f r f f r r r rrfntf ffb r rtnbtb t rtf fff rtn bf rr fffffr r r r r r f r r r rrr r t bn rf f n tfbf tb b f b t tbbfbb b b n f b b r fr r b b b b r fr r b f bb bn b rb r f b b fb b r f b f b b b b r f r b f rbb f b r f b rb f n b b r f r b n f tb b b b r f b n f tb b b b r f rfbf b f tb b b b b b b b t bntffb b b n b b b tbb f f n bb ffbbfn t b b b b b b t f f tb n t tb b f f tb b f t b b ffb rffntbtfn rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf b n bf rf nf bf b bfnn nb b fft n btn tb f b b btbf nnbft nb nf ttnb bfnn nb bt bfnn f tfbtf n tbf rbtb fbn r rfr frnftb fbtt fbbt r rf f r t r ff n t b rb nr rf bbr brrf r f n f rr n ff ff rnnr f r r b b ff bbb t rfn rt b n f n f n t tn rr b n r n n t n f t ttttt rtt t ft t t r t b t f r t ft t rtn b t r rf r f ntnnb n bt t rff nt r brbrf r rbb r f rfr r n tn ntfb b bt n t t nt b f t f b b ttb br f b rt rn rt r b fttt b r rn rt rb t n f fr t f fbb fff t t b bfbrnt b bb bt t t b t b nt f t btnbtntb tbbbtft n rffn tb n b r fr frr b n bbr fr rr f n bfbr r rr n r n bbr t fr rr t n bbr tfr rr r n fbbfr ffr frr t t n bbr f fr frr r n bbr ffr frr b r n bbr fr frr 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The Apopka ChiefMay 25, 2012, Page 1B See the story and picture at the top of the page about the spring football game the Apopka Blue Darters will play on Wednesday, May 30, in Daytona Beach. The Blue Darters will play the Daytona Beach Seabreeze Sandcrabs at Municipal Stadium. Kickoff for the contest is scheduled for 7 p.m. The game will end spring football practice for both squads. Q. When will the Wekiva High School basketball summer camp be held? A. Coach Scott Williams and the Mustangs will hold the camp June 11-15. The camp is designed to teach youngsters the fundamentals of basketball and then to test their learning in games throughout the week of the camp. In addition to the Wekiva coaches, the Mustang players will help teach the campers.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff When the regular season kicks off on August 31 for high school football teams in Florida, few, if any, players or coaches will remember the score from their respective spring games. But, when the Apopka Blue Darters take on the Daytona Beach Seabreeze Sandcrabs next week, Apopka coach Rick Darlington says winning the spring game will be a higher priority than normal. I dont put all the importance on winning a game, much lately. My point is, weve been losing way too much and we need to get back to winning, he said. Last year, the Blue Dartall record, suffering a second during Darlingtons 10 seasons as AHS coach. The Blue Darters and Sandcrabs will tangle Wednesday, May 30, at 7 p.m. at Municipal Stadium, 3777 LPGA Blvd., Daytona Beach. For the Apopka fans who make the trek down Interstate 4 to the game, the offense the Blue Darters run could be almost anything. Although the Darters have worked a lot this Though rivals during the high school soccer season, two Apopka-area girls played together on a club soccer team and last weekend won their second state cup championship. Apopka High Schools Selena Jaimes and Wekiva Highs Paxton Sickler teamed Black U17 squad to the Florida Youth Soccer Associations state cup title in their age division. The two local soccer players were inthe state cup, which were played Saturday, May 19, and Sunday, May 20, respectively. 3-0 with Sickler scoring two of the three goals. In the championship contest, the Krush played a team that had made it to the title game the previous three years, winning 2-0. Sickler continued her scoring binge, in, and then Jaimes helped seal the deal, yards that took one bounce and hit the top crossbar of the goal and came back to a teammate, who was able to put the ball into the back of the net. Jaimes and Sickler have been playing four of those years. They have moved on to title was in 2008 with a U14 Inter-United Soccer Club team. Their team nearly won that state cup, as well, but lost on the sevtion by the opposing goalkeeper in the championship game. In 2009, playing for the Rush Soccer scored on a penalty kick after a handball was called in the goal box. connected with one of her forwards on a pin-point pass for a goal and the team won 2-1. Darryl Knight, a 2011 Wekiva High School graduate, was the starting catcher for the Seminole State College baseball team this season and was named the Mack Blythe Outstanding Freshman of the Year for the Raider baseball team. The award is given in honor of the students accomplishments on and graduated from Wekiva in 2011, had a .270 batting average for the Raiders, and he led the team in home runs (7), RBIs (31), and walks (28). Knight was second on the team in runs scored (29). Knight plans on pursuing a business degree at Seminole State College of Sanford with the intent to play professional baseball. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff The summer is a time for basketball players and teams to hone their skills. Perhaps the best option for those who fall into that category in the Apopka area is the Mustangs Basketball Camp. Hosted by Wekiva High School and its head basketball coach, Scott Williams, the camp will take place from Monday, June 11 through This is not day care, Williams said. In terms of a basketball camp, this is as good a development and instruction as there is in the area. The campers will learn the fundamentals of basketball and how to apply them. If someone is interested in basketball, at any level, this is a camp which get the most bang for the buck. We are very conscious of the cost. I am a parent myself and I have to deal with the same thing. I know what it feels like and that the parent is always looking for a good price. We feel we do a good job of the camp measuring up and providing it at a good price. We are proud of us being able to do that. Campers are instructed by the basketball coaching staff of Wekiva and its players. The program has been state-ranked for the entirety of each of the last three seasons record during that time. Guest speakers will also be a part of the instruction as each day, a presentation by one of them will be made. Campers will be instructed about the skills of shooting, passing, ball-handling, rebounding, defensive three-on-three play, and one-on-one moves. In addition, each camper will have the opportunity to play in a minimum of seven games. Two divisions of teams will be formed according to age, 8-10 and 11-13. All campers will play an equal number of minutes. Several contests are the other featured Apopka athletes will not have to leave the city to participate in a triathlon. A new triathlon, called W.A.T.E.R. (Wekiva Apopka Tri-Adventure Environment Race) will be Saturday, June 2, at 7:30 a.m. Registration is advised by 7 a.m. State Rep. Bryan Nelson of Apopka has been involved in the planning of the event. Im thrilled to announce that we are putting on an adventure race on June 2nd, he said. We have coordinated this event because we wanted to commemorate the Wekiva River now being designated as a Wild and Scenic River. What is particularly awesome about this race is that participants will canoe down the Wekiva River. The race is much like a triathlon, except with canoeing instead of swimming. Participants will begin at the four-way stop at the Northwest Recreation Complex off Jason Dwelley Parkway in Apopka with a fourmile run to Kings Landing. Participants will then canoe nine miles to Wekiva Island, at 1014 Miami Springs Drive, Longwood, jump on their bicycles and cycle the 13 miles back to the Northwest Recreation Complex. W ith this community event, we hope to give everyone an opportunity to have fun and engage with the natural resources we have here in West Orange, Nelson said. Proceeds from this event of Wekiva River, a non-profit organization that works to preserve and protect the Wekiva River water system. The Friends of the Wekiva River are the only woman from Nelsons of  Representative Bryan Nelson had that was sparked by the Wekiva River now being designated as a Wild and Scenic River.   His staff liked the idea so we jumped on it and got the ball rolling.   W eve found that people really like the idea and either want to participate In a story about a woodbat youth baseball team in the May 18 edition of The Apopka Chief, we stated the team was tle League. While some of the people involved with the woodbat team are also involved with the Apopka Little League, the Apopka Little League. W e regret the error. Darters will travel to Daytona Beach for spring gameApopka quarterback Zack Darlington (6) tosses a pass over the outstretched hand of defensive lineman Deon Lowman Thursday, May 17, during the Blue Darters annual Blue and White intrasquad game. See daDA R tT ER sS Page 9BWHS grad honored at collegeDarryl Knight . honored at Seminole St.Wekiva basketball team to host summer campLocal soccer players team up to win state cupWekiva coach Scott Williams (l) will host the annual summer camp June 1115 at Wekiva High. Selena Jaimes kicks the ball during an Apopka High School soccer game this season. Paxton Sickler runs toward the ball during a Wekiva High School soccer game earlier this year. See CAMP Page 12BCorrectionNew type triathlon scheduled for June 2 See T RR IATHLON Page 3B

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 3B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Akileah Kiki Baxter has been perhaps the most noticeable face to don the Wekiva Mustangs uniform as a part of the girls basketball program during its still fairly short history. Its point guard, she has played the most visible position and controls the offense. The program will have a void ter, her time as a Wekiva player has been a stepping-stone to a spot on the girls basketball team at Palm Beach State College. She signed her letter of intent to play for the university on Wednesday, May 23. Located in Lake Worth, Palm Beach State College was founded in 1933 as Floridas I chose Palm Beach because I will have the opportunity to see a lot of playing time, Baxter said. They went 25-2 last season, so they are already a program which the best is expected of. I am not walking into a rebuilding situation. I dont have that pressure. My job is to continue that success and take it to the next level. The team itself plays an up-tempo, fastpaced style and the goal is to take a lot of shots. They push the ball and the mentality is to open player as close to the basket and shoot as quickly as possible so the opponent wont be able to get into position for the rebound. I have always played for teams and for coaches who play that way. The skills which make up that kind of play and style are the ones I possess. Because it is a two-year program, I will also see a lot of playing time. I will be competing for the starting point guard position my freshman year. Palm Beach State plays in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I and is a member of the Southern Conference. The college mascot is the Panther and the colleges colors are green and gold. Kristen Ruffo is the womens head basketball coach. The Panthers went undefeated (10-0) in Southern Conference play. Their season ended with a loss to Pensacola in the state A four-year starter for the Mustangs, Baxters most notable parts of her game are a quick release, speedy ball-handling, and court awareness, the essential skills of a team which plays the fast pace, up-tempo goal attempts. I also bring a love for the game and a high-energy personality and a lot of support on the court, Baxter said. Those are intangibles needed for the style to be successful. Also, I am a point guard and in general, teams can never have enough of them, but it is very important for a team which is always pushing the ball up the court. Baxter has yet to decide on a major or career, but she is leaning towards physical education or sports management. Palm Beach State College has a highly respected business administration program, which will give her the education to pursue a bachelors degree in sports management. Kiki will do well, Caroline Baxter, her mother, said. She will be successful both academically and as a basketball player. She has prepared all her life for this, but in particular, she has taken the time to plan her future during high school and she has improved her skills to be at a college level. She will do the same at Palm Beach. She has shown hard work has paid off. There was a time the process was slow, but she never gave up and it continued to move along. Both of her parents are very proud of her. She has earned everything. She has been a great example to both of her brothers, Ollie and Kenny. We are very proud of her being an example as well. As her time at Wekiva comes to an end, Baxter said has been what has made her good enough for Palm Beach State to want her to play for the school. I have had a great time at Wekiva, Baxter said. I have loved playing with my teammates every minute and I have loved playing basketball for the school. What I will always Mustang is playing with my teammates. The other seniors and I have been playing together since we were students at Piedmont Lakes Middle School. This is a program which is moving forward. They will have better years in the future and we had a big hand in getting it to that point where it is ready to make that move. I will always be proud of that and look forward to seeing the program become a championship one. I will definitely come back as much as possible to see it and help out where I can, but for now I am looking forward to August and beginning to get ready for the season. The Apopka High School girls volleyball program will be having a car wash on Saturday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fifth Third Bank (corner of Rock Springs Road and Welch Road). The suggested donation is $5 per vehicle. All-sport passes for the 2012-2013 school year at Apopka High are being sold open. Fred Priest, Apopka High athletic director, said the all-sport passes, which will be good admission for all home sports events at AHS other than postseason playoffs, cost $50 per person and the forms for the passes are available throughout the summer into next school year, Priest said. In addition to the individual passes, there are passes available for families that will admit four people to any Apopka High home athletic contest. Those passes will cost $175 each. For families with more than four people, additional passes will be available for $45 each. Priest said the passes will save money in the long run for those who attend AHS athletic events. He said admission to every home athletic contest throughout the year would cost about $650. The passes are aimed not only at community members, but AHS students, Priest said. We want to make it affordable to our students so they can support our teams, he said. Those who plan to attend all six home varsity football games at the school this fall will get an even better bargain, he said. For an additional $14, you get the rest of the year (in all sports). Thats a no-brainer to me, Priest said. He said the school would continue to sell a booster pass for $60, which would include a reserved seat for all home varsity football games, as well as admission to all other home athletic contests at AHS. Wekiva athlete Kiki Baxter signs to play basketball at Palm Beach State CollegeJoining Kiki Baxter (c) for her signing ceremony on Wednesday, May 23, are her father, Kenneth Baxter and mother, Caroline Baxter. In back is Lamarr Glenn, Wekiva athletic director.Apopka High School selling all-sport passesor support it. We have plans for this to be an annual event that will incorporate Lake Apopka as well as the Wekiva River in the future. It is a fundraiser, but largely it is a community way to bring the community together and increase awareness about the wonderful natural resources we have here in Northwest Orange County. Those interested in participating may visit www.wateradventurerace.weebly.com and complete the form online or print off a hard copy. The registration fee is $25. Checks can be mailed to WATER, 10 N. Park Ave., Apopka, 32703, and made out to the Apopka Community Trust (please write WATER in the memo). For more information, call 407-884-2023, email wekivawaterrace@gmail.com or visit wateradventurerace. weebly.com. Continued from page 1BTriathlon: Event will grow in years to come AHS volleyball to hold car wash Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 12A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. 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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff In 2009 Apopka High boys volleyball came to an end as several athletes graduated. The Blue Darters challenged state power Bishop Moore for district supremacy and, in the process, became a top team in its own right. Several Blue Darters went onto college as pacted their teams toward developing reputations of being winning programs. Three years later, perhaps Apopkas most that group of athletes as 2009 AHS graduate Neil Stanley recently signed with Erskine College. Located in Due West, South Carolina, Erskine College states its mission is to providing an excellent liberal arts education in a Christcentered environment where learning and biblical truth are integrated to develop the whole person. cally to what the student gains, the college is committed to the principle that facts and values learning and faith are inseparable. I feel Erskine is exactly what college or university should be for the student, Stanley said. It is a small college which provides a good atmosphere for learning. And for the athlete, it goes even further providing a good atmosphere to learn while developing skills for the sport he or she plays. The relationships among all the people are very good. The student-to-teacher ratio is good and I was impressed with how the coaches and athletes interact. I was also impressed with how the teachers and administrators interacted. There is a commitment to God and the team at the college. Competing in the NCAAs Division II and the Conference Carolinas, the schools athletic department consists of 15 sports. The 2012-13 season volleyball program. Mens volto the roster of programs during the past four years. Erskine will be the seventh school to sponsor mens volleyball in Conference Carolinas. Derek Schmitt was named coach. He served as the head womens volleyball coach at Southern Wesleyan University from 2005-2010 before becoming an assistant coach at Clemson University last season. The 1995 graduate of Eastern Nazarene College coached at his alma mater from 2002-2005. It is very exciting to be a Stanley said. It is an opportunity to be a part of history, to shape the program from the ground up. That played a role in my decision as well. The coach seemed to like the fact I am a little bit older than most of the players. So I feel it is a some strong leadership from its players. As an older student, I I expect the team to have explosiveness and power, espeThat is something which I spehave talked to the coach a little bit. We discussed that difference between the women and mens game, and how much it affects each, so that is an emphasis for coach and we talked about it being a focus in building the team and program in general. We will have at least three players over six feet tall. So, it is already an inherent component. Stanley, who is 6 ft., will be joined by the 6 ft., 2 in. Corey Marks (setter). The school also signed two other players who are over 6 ft. 2 in. Marks played for Archbishop Edward McCarthy in Southwest Ranches. He was a four-year starter for the varsity team and his team advanced to the state championship game during match. He was named to the years he played boys volleyball for McCarthy. Stanley has played with Marks on several occasions and stressed he was very excited to do it again as teammates in college. The two have talked several times since they signed their letters of intent and are looking forward to seeing what a lineup with four talented players over six feet can do as well as being a part of it. He was a major asset to our program, especially the and teams. Apopka coach Jamie Lillethorup said about Stanley. That is obvious since he was a starter and the offense ran through him. But for as much talent as we had, we would not have been able to be considered a state contender without him. His ability to hit the ball was invaluable. He gave us that little extra something and allowed us to have an element of power to our game. He has the perfect skill set for an outside hitter; his jumping ability combined with his athleticism is very strong. But, he is also the perfect team player and that was what made him invaluable. He played the libero position during 2008 because that was the position we needed him to play that season, and he did so without any reservations even though he wanted to play outside hitter. He can jump over 11 feet and, as such, plays above the net. He can touch the ball at a higher point than most players. That makes him valuable from a skill standpoint, but his desire to be a team player is just as important, starting with him being able to play all the positions, especially since he program. He comes from a family of high character and he is the same. Following in his familys graduated from the emergency medical technology program at Seminole State College since his graduation from Apopka High School in 2009. Although undecided, he is leaning towards pursuing a bachelors degree in pre-med, which prepares students to have of the medical aspect of EMT work. He is also considering for the city of Due West. The All are volunteers. Since graduating from Apopka High, Stanley has continued his volleyball career, as well, playing in multiple beach volleyball tournaments and winning several of them. Hello Folks, some rain and we could stand to get some more. Our lakes and ponds are desperate for water, so keep prayin for rain. If you can get on the water, bigger chains like the Harris Chain and the St. Johns River If you want to catch some pansteady in our area. Captain Lynda reports that the folks in her area are catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers. The shellcrackers are really bitin in Lake Monroe. Folks are catchin limits of shellcrackers on crickets and red worms. Most folks are Monroe for em. You can ususee a smooth slick on the water and the closer you get to that slick, you will start to smell em. When all that comes together, you are on em, so anhave kids, take them with you; they will have a blast. You will stay busy puttin on worms and crickets all day, until you run out of bait. I have been gettin great reports from Lake Jesup, too. lake. You can also catch a mess of shellcrackers in Big Lake Harris and Little Lake Harris. Folks are catchin some nice shellcrackers around the pad Harris Chain has been real good, too. Most of the bass are bein caught on Rat-L-Traps early in the mornin. If you see with a plastic toad or a swimbait. The Gambler Big Easy has been workin best around the St. Johns River has been good, in the river along the shoreline and the shellbeds in the curves and bends of the river. Look for some schoolers early in the mornin. Once the early mornin bite is over, try dropshottin the shellbeds. You can also use a Carolina rig on the shellbeds. Good colors have been junebug and watermelon red glitter. Folks are also catchin of the St. Johns River, too. baits and night-crawlers. You the Wekiva River. Again, stinkbaits and nightcrawlers are workin the best. Well, I hope you get a week. See ya next week. Tip of the week: shellcrackers on the beds. Save a few and good luck! The Apopka Triple Threat U10 Arsenal girls soccer team continues its winning ways. The team participated in the fourth annual Nike Champions Cup on May 19-20, held at the Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka, and won the championship in the highest (Gold Division) bracket for their age group. This makes six championships for the year; three full-sided and three 3v3 tournaments. play, the Arsenal team faced FC Americas Premier Black team. The local squad started the a little tentative, but found the minutes of the game. FC America responded shortly after to even the score at one apiece. The Arsenal squad regrouped quickly and went on a scoring whistle sounded, the score was 7-1 in their favor. In the second pool match, the Arsenal girls faced Gainesville Soccer Alliance Blue team. The Arsenal girls dominated the game as they kept the high-pressure attack on throughout the game to put away the visitors from Gainesville 5-0. The Arsenal girls would face Brandon FCs Blue team in the third pool match, a team they had faced before at Disney last May where they drew 0-0. Although the local team started out slowly, they were able to manage a 2-0 lead by halftime. Several minutes into the second half, the Arsenal team gave up a goal on a defensive error to bring them closer to equalizing. However, the Arsenal girls did not waver as they struck again to put the visitors away 3-1. with a 3-0 record, the Arsenal in the bracket and would face the second seeded Brandon FC Blue team in the championship for a rematch. The championship match versus the Brandon team started in a disastrous fashion for minutes into the game, the ball struck an Arsenal players hand inside the 18-yard box, giving the Brandon team a penalty kick. The Brandon team did not waste the opportunity and took a 1-0 lead early as they converted. Undeterred, the Arsenal team responded valiantly, not only to even the score quickly, but also to go on a scoring spree as they put away the team from Brandon 6-1 to win the Nike Champions Cup. Playing for the Triple Threat Arsenal team were Janae Torres, Erica Treadwell, Sydney Cox, Grace Hinerman, Lanie Grimando, Brooke Schulz, Kara Haas, Riley Rojahn, Macy Laszaic, and Bella Recinos. This was a great effort with all players contributing to our success. The girls dominated their bracket as they outscored their opponents by a 21-to-3 margin. The defense was great all weekend allowing only three goals, two of which were simply bad luck, and the talized on the majority of the opportunities they created. Once again, it was great watching the girls play the beautiful game of soccer, have fun, and enjoy one another, said coach Naji Khouri. The next event is Disneys Memorial Day Soccer Shootout at ESPNs Wide World of Sports later this month. Visit http://www.TripleThreatFC. com for club information and tryouts schedule. 2009 Apopka High graduate signs to play college volleyballApopka girls youth soccer team wins its sixth tournament Showing off their rst place medals are, (l-r), front, Sydney Cox, Bella Recinos, Macy Laszaic, Riley Rojahn, and Lanie Grimando. Back, Grace Hinerman, Brooke Schulz, Janae Torres, Kara Haas, and Erica Treadwell. See COLLEGE Page 5A **See Players Club for complete details. 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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 5B If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. to The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407886-2777. In the period from May 14-20, the Apopka Police Department received 933 calls for assistance, responded to 12 tions, and made 22 arrests. Of these arrests, two were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were charged with battery-touch or strike and warrant-grand theft motor vehicle with a mask failure to appear. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Wilson Conrado, 21, 1033 Aspen Way, Apopka, no valid drivers license. Oscar Joel Crenshaw, 32, 316 Breezeway Dr., Apopka, writ-contempt of court. Thomas Greene, 18, 164 Ulysses Dr., Apopka, aggravated assault. Michael Wayne Foster, 35, no address given, driving undrugs. Dustin N. Everson, 28, 2036 Jefferson Ave., Sanford, warrant-Indian River Countyviolation of parole. Jaime Lynn Hudson, 23, 705 Eagle Ave., Longwood, warrant-Orange County Sherproperty. Natalie Keck, 31, 25146 Niblic St., Sorrento, grand theft $300 less than $5,000, drug possession-controlled substance without prescription, possession of cannabis less than 20 grams, resisting without violence. Sarah Post, 30, 1480 E. Semoran Blvd., Apopka, possession controlled substance without prescription, larcenypetit theft 1st degree $100 less than $300. Aryn N. Biederman, 21, 1851 Smoketree Cir., Apopka, alcohol or drugs, driving with license suspended, batterytouch or strike, leaving scene of accident with damage. Jeffrey Torres, 38, 12406 Sophiamarie Loop, Orlando, driving with license suspended with knowledge. Otis L. Jackson, 54, 4412 Conley St., Orlando, larcenygrand theft $300 less than $5,000. Leonard Armstead, 48, 4624 Carter St., Orlando, larceny-grand theft $300 less than $5,000. Antonio Bueno, 44, 1586 Kelly Park Rd., Apopka, driving while license suspended with knowledge. Edwin A. Mercado, 39, 1613 Boulder Creek Ct., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon. Cathie Bolack, 59, 4826 Lighthouse Cir., Orlando, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Rex William Albin, 55, 55 E. 2nd St., Apopka, larcenypetit theft 2nd degree 3rd or subsequent offense. Jose N. Castillo, 46, 1227 rant-Orange County Sheriffs statement. Shaun Michael Bowman, 23, 2543 Haas Rd., Apopka, alcohol or drugs. Armando A. Canterochavez, 27, 1072 Timberline struction without violence. Milton J. Del Rio Febles, 20, 811 Nicole Lee Cir., Apopka, hit/run leave scene of crash involving damage to property. Nikki Smith Jr., 18, 16 Christiana Ave., Apopka, violence, aggravated batterycause bodily harm, no drivers license, driving with license suspended.Police Beat He has also been coaching for Top Select Volleyball Academy. Playing beach volto control the ball as far as where I am hitting it and the actual motion of hitting it, Stanley said. There are only two players (on beach volleyball teams), so the players have to do a better job of controlling the ratively and literally. That was a big plus to the coaches at Erskine. I think it was the element of what I offer which pushed them over the fence. 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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 7BMemorial Day is for remembering and honoring people we cared about who have passed on. Originally and patriotic expression of gratitude for our dead killed while defending their fellow Americans from enemies determined to destroy our democracy and us. More recently, family and friends and others dear to us but no longer with us also sometimes are remembered just as much by us on Memorial Day. Our community cookbooks and sometimes this column, too keep alive in memory recipes contributors we remember and care deeply about after they have passed from our sight and our lives. Unexpectedly seeing our family members or friends recipes and names in a community cookbook brings them back to us via memories and remembrances of times past, back when they were still here with us. When recipes of our deceased loved ones are included among the recipes of other very much still vibrantly alive folks, as often happens in this column and in our community cookbooks, there may be even a stronger more celebrative sense of having the missing ones still here among least. That is a very special part of what Memorial Day is for and about. It brings our missing loved ones back to us again briefly, even if only via memory and our missing their being among us. Celebrate Memorial Day with the great recipes below that may bring back memories for you of some very special Apopkans we once knew. KIT NELSONS JOSEPHINE LANDS BEEF A LA MODE Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 3 to 4-pound beef shoulder roast 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup vinegar 3 to 4 onions 1 bay leaf Several whole cloves Tomatoes (optional) Salt and pepper (amounts to your taste) Brown the beef clod in drippings. When brown on all sides, add one or two cups water and about one-half cup of vinegar. When beef has boiled about one hour, add three to four onions, a bay leaf and several whole cloves. (Tomatoes may be added at this point also.) About half an hour before beef is a little fat. Add salt and pepper and more vinegar if you wish. Serve with mashed potatoes, rice or noodles. MAE CHUSTZS HILLBILLY STEW Recipe from Fran Carlton Seniors Cookbook 1 pound ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped 1 large can Campbells vegetable soup 1 package biscuits (in dairy case) In skillet, fry ground beef and onions. Remove excess fat. Pour in small casserole and add vegetable soup. (Do not add water to can of soup.) Place biscuits on top and bake in oven according to directions on biscuit package. Brown the biscuits. Remove from oven. Turn biscuits over, return to oven and brown top of just-turned-over biscuits. POUND CAKE IN MEMORY OF MARGUERITE BRONSON Recipe from Cooking With Friends II 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon mace 1-3/4 cup butter 1 pound confectioners sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon almond extract 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract Preheat oven to 325. Grease a 10salt and mace twice and set aside. Cream the butter, add sugar slowly and the eggs utes. Immediately remove cake and cool on a cake rack. Dust with powdered sugar. ALICE BETH MINERS OXFORD MISSISSIPPI PEA CASSEROLE Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 1/2 stick butter or margarine 2 stalks celery, sliced 3 or 4 spring onions, sliced 1 can mushrooms, sliced 1 can water chestnuts 1 package frozen green peas 1/2 teaspoon Accent 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder Dash of spice Parisienne Saute onions and celery in butter or margarine until golden. Drain mushrooms and chestnuts and save juice. Add to celery and onions. Cook peas. Drain juice from peas and reserve it to add to liquid. and seasonings. Alternate layers of peas and vegetable mixture in greased casserole dish, ending with vegetable mixture. Add thickened liquid. Top with cracker crumbs. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. KIT NELSONS FLOATING ISLAND Recipe from Treasures and Pleasures 3 eggs, separated 1 quart milk 1 to 2 tablespoons cornstarch, mixed with a little warm water 1/2 cup sugar Nutmeg (amount of your choice) Mix milk, egg yolks and sugar. Warm mixture, then add cornstarch and thicken egg whites with a little sugar. Put custard in bowl and drop beaten egg whites on top. Sprinkle a little nutmeg on whites. Chill. JANET CONNELLYS SOUTHERN FRIED GREEN TOMATOES 1 medium green tomato per person Salt Pepper White cornmeal Bacon drippings Slice tomatoes about 1/4-inch thick. Season with salt and pepper and then coat both sides with cornmeal. In a large skillet, heat enough bacon drippings to coat the bottom of the pan and fry tomatoes until lightly browned on both sides. SIS PITMANS FLORIDA ORANGE BREAD 3/4 cup orange rind, slivered 1-1/2 cups sugar 1-1/3 cup water 3 tablespoons butter 1-1/3 cups orange juice 3 eggs, well beaten 4 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon soda 2 teaspoons salt Remove thin orange rind and cut into thin slivers. Combine sugar and water. Add rind. Stir constantly over heat until minutes. The peel and syrup should measure 1-1/3 cups. Add butter and stir until melted. Add orange juice and beaten eggs. Sift dry ingredients together into mixing bowl. Add the orange mixture and mix just enough to moisten ingredients. Batter should be lumpy. Bake in greased and lined 9x5x3-inch loaf pan at 325 deTurn on rack to cool. ALICE BETH MINERS POTATOES DELMONICO Recipe from Preserving The Big Potato 9 medium sized red potatoes 1 teaspoon dry mustard 1 cup heavy cream Dash of pepper 1/2 pound sharp Cheddar cheese, grated 1-1/2 teaspoons salt 1 cup milk Dash of nutmeg Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Peel and grate potatoes and place in a buttered 1-1/2-quart casserole. In a 1-quart saucepan, combine cheese, mustard, salt, pepper, nutmeg, cream and milk. Stir over low heat until cheese melts. Pour over potatoes. Do not stir. Bake, uncovered, for 45 to 60 minutes. This can be assembled in advance and refrigerated, covered. Bring to room temperature and bake as directed above.Celebrate Memorial Day with these great-tasting recipes Registration for Youth Flag Football: call 407-703-1784. Bridge Games and Classes: Soccer stars to be at Apopka Library 7307. Apopka Job Fair to be at Fran Carlton Center 407-886-1441. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: Ministry Needs Pillows and Socks: Hospital Health Course Offered Free Educational Hands-On Programs: Zellwood Garden Club: MemComputer Classes in both English and Spanish: Habitat Volunteers: Seniors Meals on Wheels: FRIDAY, MAY 25Flea Market and Plant Sale: SATURDAY, MAY 26Flea Market and Plant Sale: Wilderness Trust program at Saturday Classic Car Night: SUNDAY, MAY 27Beginning Racewalking Program: F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: MONDAY, MAY 28Happy Memorial Day!Zellwood Memorial Day Service: Apopka Memorial Day Service: Beginning Racewalking Program: T.O.P.S Chapter #114: TUESDAY, MAY 29Walking Club: Watercolor Painting Class: SEmation. Balling For Jesus: Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 WEDNESDAY, MAY 30T.O.P.S Chapter #646: 1147. Crafts & Board Games: a.m. Cards & Bridge: Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: Branch.* Toddler Time: Storybook Fun for Your Little One: Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: Lacrosse Program: Yoga Class: THURSDAY, MAY 31Walking Club: Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: Motorcycle Night: Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: ********** Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com. to The Apopka Chief $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county)

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 8B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff W ith the spring game at Lake Minneola being the most substantial evaluation of spring practice, the annual intrasquad contest is also very critical for the Wekiva Mustangs football program. The spring game was played Thursday, May 24, past press time, while the intrasquad scrimmage was held Thursday, May 17. Held with a low-key theme, the intrasquad game was done so as a means of preparing and setting the team up face Lake Minneola as it continues to acclimatize itself to the restructuring of the coaching staff. The scrimmage went well, Parker said. Because we are low (in terms of numbers) on the coaching staff, we havent run practices like (we will in the) fall. We have had to piece together the information, so that was what we were focused on and the coaches never know how it will work out until we are playing a game. We were pleasantly surprised with how far along we are and in particular with the transition of a new offensive coordinator. Most importantly, the next focus during spring is the game against Lake Minneola. With what we did in the intradence heading into the game against Lake Minneola. We are seeing that the pieces are coming together. Having to piece together the information, it is hard to tell if the pieces are coming together. We have to measure where we are by considering the sum of the whole. We cant measure based on each individual part. We saw that the sum of the whole has become very solid. During the scrimmage lined up against the secondstring defense and vice-versa. Both offenses had three possesstring defense stopped the offense twice. Scoring twice is a good percentage, Parker said. In that situation, the defense isnt expected to stop the offense. Nor is the second-string offense supposed to score, but the fact the second-string offense scored and the second string was able to stop the offense says something about themselves. They are better than what we thought and are ready to contribute. As spring practice began, the two positions which had the most uncertainty were the running back and linebacker. The team does not have a running cant time at the varsity level. That lack of experience is a concern for any team, but for Wekiva, it especially sticks out practice, the program has had a reputation for standout running backs and depth at the position. W ith that scenario, Sam Jallah and Ernie Davis have been inserted into the offensive line-up at the running back slot. Both have played strictly on defense during their time at Wekiva, Jallah as a defensive back and Davis as a linebacker. Both will play on both sides of the ball this year. Last year, Ryan Watson was moved from the offensive Scott is the other running back this year. Cameron Rutz, Quontarius Thomas, Teddy Atkins, and James Zachery will line up at linebacker this year along with Davis. Rutz is the only player on that list who has seen any varsity time, but he has participated in only a handful of plays due to injuries. Parker and his staff are very happy with the play of both units and while there is still work to be done, they are spring practice began with is no more after the intrasquad game and that thought continues into the game against Lake Minneola. The coaching staff also felt the performance of the offensive line was positive, as Parker said the offense moved the ball fairly well, including scoring twice. The starting offensive line consists of Devon Cooper, Ryan Lewis, Jamal Taylor, Khani Rozier, and Demarius McMillian. The starting defensive line is made up of Keenan Payne, Warren Owens, Dequan Harvin, and Sergio Kilpatrick. Jallah, Terrance Ross, Reggie Brown and Errol Dillard make up the secondary. T o win that game, we need to get more consistent, Parker said about the contest at Lake Minneola. We showed a lot of what we need to win during the intrasquad game and it was again a solid performance, but this is against an opponent in a win-loss situation. They are similar to us four years ago. They will be much better this year because it will be their second. They are already showing a lot of improvement and their skill players are good enough to win games by themselves. The level of their skill players is far above that of an expansion program. They drew their athletes from the East Ridge and South Lake areas. Consistency leads to balance and games are won when there is balance as a whole on both offense and defense. It means more points on offense and less on defense. Lake Minneola uses a spread offense and a three-man front on defense, alternating between three and four linebackers.Spring football practice ending for Wekiva Mustangs The Mustangs completed spring practice Thursday, May 24, with a game at Lake Minneola past press time. Wekiva assistant coach Bryan Gary gets his point across following a play during practice this week. Steve Ogden, Wekiva assistant coach, holds up the Lake Minneola plays so the scout team offense can see what they are supposed to run for the Wekiva defense. Assistant coach Jay Cvetko instructs a defensive player as the Mustangs were getting ready to play Lake Minneola in the spring game. During practice this week for the spring game, there was plenty of hard hitting as the Mustangs held their drills in the sunshine each afternoon. Head coach Ty Parker talks to his defense while there was a break in the action. The Wekiva scout team offense was running plays that the Mustangs expected Lake Minneola to run.

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 9B spring on installing the double-wing offense, but theyve also worked on running the shotgun and the I-formation. Long-time Apopka fans will remember the double-wing offense as the one the Darters ran in 2001 when they defeated Miami Northwestern 34-16 for the Class 6A state championship. I cant even predict what well run, Darlington said. I could tell you the blocking schemes and even the passing routes, but I dont know what formation well use. Im putting the game plan together this week. His defense, however, can count on the Sandcrabs running its traditional spread offense, as it has done for many years under coach Marc Beach. Seabreeze has been utilizing the spread offense run out of the shotgun formation for more than 10 years. Through the last few years, the Blue Darters and Sandcrabs have played several times in spring games and preseason Kickoff Classics. Traditionally, the visiting team has done very well. Theyre fun to play because theyre good in what they do, Darlington said about the Sandcrabs. He and Seabreeze coach Beach have been friends for several years. Hes a classy guy. While Darlington may not have determined what offensive formation he will run, he knows what he wants from his team, no matter the look. I want to go on offense and not turn the ball over, and execute well. I want to see good fundamentals, he said. I dont want it to look like a typical mish-mash spring. Defensively Apopka will run its traditional 4-3 defense, but Seabreezes spread offense will put pressure on Apopkas linebackers to not only play the run, but cover the pass, as well. On defense, I want to us run to the ball and tackle well, Darlington said, adding that there are two or three positions still open at linebacker and Darlington said the teams will play live special teams action throughout the game with returning placekicker and punter Brett Wilson doing most of the kicking for the Blue Darters. Tyler LHeureux could also see some action at kicker, Darlington said. The spring game at Seabreeze follows the annual Blue and White game the Darters played Thursday, May 17. No score was kept as the teams were divided with the Blue being all defensive players and the White team having all the offensive players. The No. 1 offense faced off with the No. 1 defense, as well as the No. 2 and No. 3 teams doing the same. Darlington said the defense had the better of it, but that can be attributed to the Apopka defense having total knowledge of the plays run by the Apopka offense. Its hard to move the ball on your defense when they see the same thing every day. One positive for the Blue Darters since spring practice kicked off on May 1 is the lack of major injuries. anyone out. Weve been fortunate with injuries thus far. But, thats the way it needs to be for this team, he said, so the players can advance to where they need to be when they open the season August 31 at Dr. Phillips. have a long way to go. We have lots of room for growth, Darlington said. ends with the game in Daytona Beach, Darters will get together before fall practice starts on August 15, as summer conditioning workouts are scheduled to begin June 18. After starting preseason practice on August 15, the Blue Darters will host the Citra North Marion Colts on August 24 in the preseason Kickoff Classic. Last season, the Blue Darters lost not only two halves in a preseason jamboree to North Marion and Gainesville Buchholz, but then started the regular season 0-3. The schedule, however, features the same teams, although the Darters will play North Marion in a full preseason game rather than facing two teams for two quarters each. The regular season starts when the Blue Darters travel to Dr. Phillips to face the host Panthers. Then, which has six contests at home during the regular season. The Blue Darters will host the Lake Brantley Patriots on September 7 before their open date occurs on September 14. Then, its back to action for the son when the Olympia Titans visit Roger Williams Field. The Hialeah Miami Lakes Trojans, one of two Miami-Dade County teams making a second-straight visit to Apopka, will play the Darters on September 28. The Ocoee Knights, under new head coach Dale Salapa, is expecting to be better for the 2012 season and they will play at Apopka on October 5 in a District 8A-3 game. The annual Homecoming contest is set for October 12 when the Blue Darters host the North Miami Beach home games. It s on the road for three consecutive games with two of them being Thursday night contests. The West Orange Warriors will two Thursday games, as Apopka will play there on October 18 in a District 8A-3 game. The Edgewater Eagles will host the Blue Darters a week later on October 25. of the season for the Darters will be played at hometown rival Wekiva when the Mustangs host Apopka on November 2. The regular season closes out at home for Apopka when the Palm Bay Bayside Bears visit for a November 9 game. Continued from page 1BDarters: Apopka placing more emphasis on winning its spring game Blue and White game gives players some competitive actionRunning back Robert Thomas stiff-arms linebacker Ryan Hobbick to keep him from making the tackle. Punt returner Jevric Blocker cradles the ball as Chandler Cox and Saverio Macrena cover the punt. Placekicker Brett Wilson (29) converts an extra point kick during the Blue and White game played Thursday, May 17, at Roger Williams Field. Two of Apopkas top players, offensive lineman Dazzie Morris (l) and defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler, battle for position. Four offensive linemen stick together as they sit on the bench. Shown are, (l-r), Kelby Bevelle, Dazzie Morris, Sam Janetzke, and Martez Ivey. Rakeem Smith catches a pitch from quarterback Zack Darlington while playing running back. After catching a pass, Chandler Cox (r) prepares to be hit by defensive back Ben Bascom early in the Blue and White game on Thursday, May 17.Staff photos by John Peery

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By Ramona Whaley Golden Chief Correspondent School administrators in Russia and new countries formed out of the former Soviet Union are begging for Bibles. The Russian educators want to use the Bible in their schools as a teaching tool. They believe the Bible is the best resource for instructing students about ethics. Gerald (Jerry) Starling and his wife Marion, the Apopka couple who provided this information, are helping provide those Bibles for Russia along with other biblical instruction materials. The Starlings are close neighbors of The Apopka Chief, but their outreach positively changes peoples lives on another continent faraway from this community. They work through an international ministry, the Eastern European Mission (EEM). A 72-year-old retiree, Jerry Starling is an Eastern European Mission (EEM) regional representative. Marion Starling supports the Eastern European Missions work, as well as the Womens Eastern European Mission (WEEM). Jerry Starlings primary role with the Eastern European Mission is as an educational speaker. He informs Americans about Eastern European Missions purpose and seeks funding support from this regions churches to help continue the EEMs work. I go to the churches for contributions, he said. My work is to visit churches and to talk to individuals about opportunities we have and to encourage their help and support. I dont twist arms., he said. I just tell the story and people get excited. It is the most interesting ministry I have been in, and I have been in ministry of one kind or another all my life, he said. I have been in this ministry since June 2007. ropean Mission when he was an elder at Northeast Church of Christ in East Pointe, Michigan, which is near Detroit. I was working as chaplain in a church-related nursing home. My mission was to visit congregations and keep them informed about what was going on at the nursing home from June of until I retired at the end of . During that time, a guest speaker talked to the congregation about the Eastern European Mission, Starling said, and when he found out Id be retiring to Florida, he said, Jerry, I need help, somebody to be there all the time. That visitor to the Starlings former church up north was a snowbird who speaks about EEM to Florida churches in the winter. A few months later, an EEM coordinator called Jerry Starling and offered a staff position. Coming to Florida to work for the Eastern European Mission was a homecoming for Gerald Starling. He in Ocoee in 1940, he was brought to Apopka as a baby by his parents. He is a 1956 graduate (kindergarten through senior year) of the Mount Dora Bible School, and Alabama Christian College (now Faulkner University), from which he graduated as a history, English and secondary education major in 1958 before his 1960 graduation as an education major from Harding University in Searcy, Alabama. The Starlings moved from Michigan back home to Apopka because he wanted to be near his parents, Philip and Ruth Starling. His parents have lived in Plymouth for 50 years in the house they built in 1962. His father was a fruit picker in an Apopka grove. Eastern European Mission was organized in 1961, which happens to be the same year the Berlin Wall went up, Jerry Starling said. Between then and the fall of the wall, six to eight million copies of the Bible or portions thereof have been delivered to Eastern European, he said. We have a very large press in Vienna, Austria. It is the source of our operation. Eastern European Mission started out as smugglers back in the 1960s, he said. Back then, smuggling in Bibles was the only way for the Eastern European Mission to get those precious forbidden books and other spiritual literature to those there who wanted and needed them in their mid-century communist USSR. ure numbers, he said, all of it coming out of the Eastern European Missions budget. Twenty-eight years into our existence, Starling said, things changed. That was when EEM was allowed to Gerald (Jerry) Starling is an educational speaker for Eastern European Mission. Hes been with this ministry since 2007.Golden ChiefA FOCUS ON SENIOR CITIZENS The Apopka ChiefMay 25, 2012, Page 10B See BIBLES Page 13B PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. 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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 12B activity, including competition in dribbling, Mikan drill, free throw, hot shot, and shootout, which are scheduled to be held during the week. Each camper also receives a free t-shirt and basketball. All of the money which is raised from the camp is used to Williams said. Between June 1 and July 1, we (Wekiva varsity team) will be playing a summer league and participate in three weekend camps. We will play about 30 games altogether. The summer program is a vital part of our overall program and $3,000. That is a lot of money for families of players. This helps reduce that cost and makes it more affordable for the players to get the opportunity they need to play. For our players, it (the camp) is a great experience. It is an opportunity for them to give back to the community. They can impact the lives of younger children positively. They can participate in a form of community service. The players enjoy that opportunity to be around the younger children and to pass on what they know. The same is true of the campers. And, again, if the camper is interested in basketball and playing organized basketball, it is an opportunity for them to develop and improve their skills. It is a situation for both us and the campers to get what each needs. The literature states great individual attention will be given to each camper and the goal is for every camper to gain a better knowledge of the game of basketball while having a fun experience doing it. The cost is $90 if registered before June 11. The cost is $100 at the door. Enrolland last year was a sell-out. For more information, contact scott.williams@ocps.net.The Wekiva Mustangs baseball program held its annual postseason banquet and several awards were presented to players. In the picture above left, the Wekiva junior varsity team players who won awards are, (l-r), Dan Richard, coaches award; Jose Rodriquez, defensive most valuable player; Juan Rodriguez, offensive most valuable player; and Logan Gilbert, highest grade point average. In the picture above right, the Wekiva varsity players who won awards are, (l-r), Brodie Burch, defensive most valuable player; Tyler Gilbert, pitching most valuable player and highest grade point average; Austin McWhite, coaches award; and Kevin Brantley, offensive most valuable player. Wekiva High baseball team gives out year-end awards The Apopka-based Future Rebels 18U Gold team took rst place in the USSSA Kissimmee Showdown tournament May 19-20. The Future Rebels Gold team beat out the Lady Scorpions 6-1 in the championship game to win the showcase. Players and coaches shown are, (l-r), front row, Rachel Hodges, Cassidy Close, Madison Gorman, Evelynn Arguellas, Christal Cruz, and Cassie Pesce. Back row, coach Todd Verkennes, coach Dale Aldrich, Brooke Aldrich, Jessica Reid, Rebecca Snyder, Autumn Hanners, Jasmine Rodriguez, Emily Munyon, coach Rochelle Peterson, and coach Jose Arguellas. Not pictured is Rachel Minier. Apopka softball team wins tournament Camp: Enrollment limited to 60 Continued from page 1B Flag Folding CeremonyHOW TO FOLD THE AMERICAN FLAG e ag folding ceremony described by the Uniformed Services is a dramatic and uplifting way to honor the ag on special days, like Memorial Day or Veterans Day, and is sometimes used at retirement ceremonies. HERE IS A TYPICAL SEQUENCE OF THE READING: (Begin reading as Honor Guard or Flag Detail is coming forward). e ag folding ceremony represents the same religious principles on which our country was originally founded. e portion of the ag denoting honor is the canton of blue containing the stars representing the states our veterans served in uniform. e canton eld of blue dresses from left to right and is inverted when draped as a pall on a casket of a veteran who has served our country in uniform. In the Armed Forces of the United States, at the ceremony of retreat the ag is lowered, folded in a triangle fold and kept under watch throughout the night as a tribute to our nations honored dead. e next morning it is brought out and, at the ceremony of reveille, run aloft as a symbol of our belief in the resurrection of the body. (Wait for the Honor Guard or Flag Detail to unravel and fold the ag into a quarter fold--resume reading when Honor Guard is standing ready.) As an Army and Navy custom, the ag is lowered daily at the last note of retreat. Special care should be taken that no part of the ag touches the ground. e Flag is then carefully folded into the shape of a tri-cornered hat, emblematic of the hats worn by colonial soldiers during the war for Independence. In the folding, the red and white stripes are nally wrapped into the blue, as the light of day vanishes into the darkness of night. is custom of special folding is reserved for the United States Flag alone. FIRST FOLD e rst fold of our ag is a symbol of life. To properly fold the Flag, begin by holding it waist-high with another person so that its surface is parallel to the ground. SECOND FOLD e second fold is a symbol of our belief in the eternal life. Fold the lower half of the stripe section lengthwise over the eld of stars, holding the bottom and top edges securely. THIRD FOLD e third fold is made in honor and remembrance of the veteran departing our ranks who gave a portion of life for the defense of our country to attain a peace throughout the world. Fold the ag again lengthwise with the blue eld on the outside. FOURTH FOLD e fourth fold represents our weaker nature, for as American citizens trusting in God, it is to Him we turn in times of peace as well as in times of war for His divine guidance. Make a triangular fold by bringing the striped corner of the folded edge to meet the open (top) edge of the ag. FIFTH FOLD e fth fold is a tribute to our country, for in the words of Stephen Decatur, Our country, in dealing with other countries, may she always be right; but it is still our country, right or wrong. Turn the outer (end) point inward, parallel to the open edge, to form a second triangle. SIXTH FOLD e sixth fold is for where our hearts lie. It is with our heart that we pledge allegiance to the SEVENTH FOLD e seventh fold is a tribute to our Armed Forces, for it is through the Armed Forces that we protect our country and our ag against all her enemies, whether they be found within or without the boundaries of our republic. EIGHTH FOLD e eighth fold is a tribute to the one who entered in to the valley of the shadow of death, that we might see the light of day, and to honor mother, for whom it ies on mothers day. NINTH FOLD e ninth fold is a tribute to womanhood; for it has been through their faith, love, loyalty and devotion that the character of the men and women who have made this country great have been molded. TENTH FOLD e tenth fold is a tribute to father, for he, too, has given his sons and daughters for the defense of our country since they were rst born. ELEVENTH FOLD e eleventh fold, in the eyes of a Hebrew citizen, represents the lower portion of the seal of King David and King Solomon, and glori es, in their eyes, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. TWELFTH FOLD e twelfth fold, in the eyes of a Christian citizen, represents an emblem of eternity and glori es, in their eyes, God the Father, the Son, and Holy Ghost.When the ag is completely folded, only a triangular blue eld of stars should be visible. When the ag is completely folded, the stars are uppermost, reminding us of our national motto, In God we Trust. (Wait for the Honor Guard or Flag Detail to inspect the ag--after the inspection, resume reading.) After the ag is completely folded and tucked in, it takes on the appearance of a cocked hat, ever reminding us of the soldiers who served under General George Washington and the sailors and marines who served under Captain John Paul Jones who were followed by their comrades and shipmates in the Armed Forces of the United States, preserving for us the rights, privileges, and freedoms we enjoy today. ag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. ______________________ e triangular folding is continued until the entire length of the ag is folded in this manner. ______________________

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The Apopka Chief, May 25, 2012, Page 13BSoccer game will honor those who have died, raise fundsdistribute its Bibles with permission of the authorities. W e are convinced there was a spiritual element in that, which we attribute to our God, he said. Even before Gorbachev lost his position as head of Russia government in 1989, we were able to participate openly and with permission in Red Square. After the fall of communism, we were able to do even more. We were able to provide Bibles and study courses for mission groups willing to go into the old puppet states of the old Soviet Union and into Russia itself. Sometime in the mid1990s, we were approached by a minister of education in the Du Altitia region of Siberia, which is a long way from Moscow. He wanted something to use in his schools in Balnaul, the capital city of Altitia Province, something that would inculcate character and a sense of ethics and morality, and he wanted it to be spiritually based. W e provided this minister with a character-building curriculum guide for his teachers and students and we conducted seminars for his teachers on how to use these guides, seminars for up to a hundred teachers at a time. Then, this minister of education, Dr. Vladimir Skovorodnikov, said, We need the Bible explained. Translations were available, but they needed explanation. The texts and seminars are very good, Jerry Starling said, but they all assumed a degree of familiarity with the Bible. We duction to the Bible. W e dont have the means, Eastern European Mission regretfully had to tell the minister of education. Find it! he said. He (the minister of education) had never become a communist, Jerry Starling said, He was too convinced by the evidence of divine creation for it to be an accident and he was convinced the God of Israel is the true God and that Jesus is his son. This was not anticipated. We didnt seek it, but we came home and had a series of meetings in Houston, for several days discussing this and how to do it. OK, we said, lets go to our churches, to our brotherhood, and say we have this opportunity, we cannot do it; it is beyond our budget and abilities, but could you ask your congregations? lar Sunday on the last Sunday in August 1998 was a major success that brought in more than $1 million for the Bible explanation project needed by Prime Minister Dr. Skovorodnikov for his people. (Million Dollar Sundays are now raising closer to $2 million.) V olunteer Michael Armour wrote a new simpler version of the introduction to the Bible. He wrote it in English, 247 pages. His Newcomers Guide To The Bible has been translated into 20 languages for the 20 nations of the old Soviet Union. Eastern European Mission is a Church of Christ project aided by other denominations, churches and individuals. 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Exchange Earn extra Ca$h... $ell your $tuff here!!www.theapopkachief.com classifieds@theapopkachief.comBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff W ith Memorial Day on Monday, May 28, there will be services this weekend across the country to honor those who have given their lives while serving in the Armed Forces. But, with one of their own as the impetus, an Apopka group of soccer players will honor those who have fallen in a different and special way, as well as those who are a part of the organizations family. Hosted by St. Andrews FC (football club), the sixth annual Memorial Cup will be held Sunday, May 27, at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. The Memorial Cup was originally established in honor of Eric Palmisano for the ultiand the contributions he made to St. Andrews FC. On April 2, 2006, he died while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was a member of the First Transportation Unit which was a part of the First Marine Logistics Group. It supports the First Marine Expeditionary Force. When we found out Eric had died in the line of duty, we immediately felt it was important and necessary to honor his memory, Keith Hayter, president of St Andrews FC said. He meant a lot to the team. He wasnt just a face. Everyone knew him and St. Andrews today is what it is in large part due to his contributions, in both our game accomplishments and To honor him, we thought it was important to continue to follow what was important to him. Since then, several other members of the St. Andrews FC family have also passed on and their contributions to both whom they were close to and the football club are important, and we want to honor all of them. Palmisano was engaged to Claire Kohake, who also plays for St. Andrews FC (on a different team). His unit was based out of Camp Pendleton, located near San Diego, Calif. was held during Memorial Day weekend in 2006. Since then, several members of the St. Andrews Football Club family have died and the game is held to also honor their lives, their contributions to the football club and their legacies. In addition to Palmisano, the game is held in memory of Chris Levitt, Alicia Areseneault, Jeremy Bullas, Mike Ruschak, Johnathan Cooke, Rosie Kohake (mother of Claire), Kate Irwin (mother of Rob). They will also be honored with a moment of silence before the start of the game. Palmisano was very involved with childrens charities and so the football club focuses on raising money for them. Each year the Memorial Cup has been held, a childrens charity has been selected as re This year, the funds raised from the game are being donated to the New Hope for Kids. Since 1996, New Hope for Kids has been helping Central Florida children in need. The groups purpose is to bring hope, healing and happiness to children and families suffering from grief, loss or life-threatening illnesses. New Hope for Kids achieves this through two programs. The Center for Grieving Children helps children and families cope with the feelings of grief and loss after the death of a loved one. Childrens Wish grants wishes to children, ages 3-18 who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Eric was close to childrens charities through his entire life, Hayter said. So it was natural for us to pursue that course when honoring him and what his life meant. He brought that belief to the club and it is something we hold onto today The game pits the U.S vs. ROW (rest of the world). The American teams roster consists of players who were born in the United States. The other team is made up of players who were born in other countries. As is standard soccer format, two, 45-minute halves will be held. The format is the same as golfs Ryder Cup or the NHLs all-star game. A story unto itself, Cindy Love will serve as the referee. She donated one of her kidneys to a stranger. Her sons will also don the whistle and stripes. A buffet and postgame celebration will be held at St. Andrews Tavern, 1119 SR 436, Altamonte Springs. A prize drawing will also be held. The team will also be hosting two attempts at the Guinness Book of World Records to raise funds. The St. Andrews Tavern will attempt to break the record for the longest doubles match for darts on June 1. At the same time, the Copper Rocket (located on the corner of Lake Avenue and U.S. Highway 17-92 in Maitland) will try to break the singles record, which is 36 hours. The proceeds raised will also be donated to New Hope for Kids. W e want to thank the city of Apopka and the Fields of Fame, Northwest Recreation Complex for letting us use the facility every year for the game, Hayter said. It is where we train and the city of Apopka has been so good to us. We welcome everybody to come to the game and the buffet.from page 10BBibles

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r fntb b f ffr rf b r fb f ffr fff ff ff ff fr f f f ff f rfnt bftt t ttt ftt b br ft r r bbt tt rtb f tt tt rtb f tt t t btbb rb t ttbr n rb btt rbt bfnt btrff f b r b br rbt bt trb br trtr tt t rt rb t r t ft trbrt t tr bb tt trbr t trbr nr ft ff tf f bbb b ttbt t r fntb b f ffr rf b r fb f ffr fff ff ff ff fr f f f ff f rfnt bftt t ttt ftt b br ft r r bbt tt rtb f tt tt rtb f tt t t btbb rb t ttbr n rb btt rbt bfnt tf t r b br rbt bt trb br trtr tt t rt rb t r t ft trbrt t tr bb tt trbr t trbr nr ft ff tf f bbb b ttbt t r ff ntbbb bb fn b r bb b b b f r b b f f r rb fr rb rb rrfnrtb trtfr b rrr rf rr r rf fb n t n r r tb t n f r t rrt tr t fff nfr f r t tfb bb b n ntb b t n r ff ntbbt rb r b fr b b fb f b r fr rb r b rrfnrtb trtfr b rrr rf rr r rf b tn r r tb t n n f n t rrt tr t fff f f r t tfb bb b n ntb n b tn r ff nttb tnn f f f f fr f f r r rrfnrtb trtfr b rrr rf rr r rf r n nnn r b f r tb t ntn n f ntn t rrt tr t fff nrf f r t tfb bb n t tb nt bnntn n r ff ntbbb b fb b frb r fr b b fb f b r rrfnrtb trtfr br rr rf rrb rr f b n r r tb t n t rrt tr t fff rt f r t tfb bb b n ntb b t n r ff ntbbb tb fb fb fb r b f fb b b r b f f b b fr rb rb rrfnrtb trtfr b rrr rf rr r rf f f n r r tb t n n f t rrt tr t fff f r t tfb bb b n ntb b t n r ff nttbbbb f r f f r r r fr r r n rrfnrtb trtfr b rrr rf rr r rf b tn nnn r tb t ntn n nf ntn t rrt tr t fff f r t tfb bb n t t nt nntn rff nftfb r r r r r tffn rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr bnn b fnn nf r r b r rb nnnnb rr b nrfnfb r bnf f br n rb nnn r tr tfn nn ffr t ftnf ft r ff ntbbb rff rr fb b fb r b f fb b b r b rb b fr rb r b rrfnrtb trtfr b rrr rf rr r rf n r r tb t n f r t rrt tr t fff f r t tfb bb b n ntb b t n r ff ntb r r n t bn bbnt rf rf ntbftb ff f f f nf fnn f f n rnn r bn r r r r r n fff n n nbtb nn tf rr n frt nr b tb rb bn b f nn r fntb t ff frff f f f ff f ffttr r r fffff r frr ff f rfrrr rrnrtbtb rrrrr rrrt tbtrrrr tfr fr fr rr tff rrfr rrf rrr rnrf rrrfrr bbr f rtrf rnrrr rf r rf r r f rr f r frr frfr rrr rrr frrrf fr nrrrr ffrr rfrfrr frrr r rbtbt r bt rfff rr r bbrn r r rrrrt rrr rtb tt nrrf rt t rffnftbn r r r r ntb rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t fbf b fnn ntf r r r rb nnnb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r br fn bntnt t tffr fnf fbt rf ntbb btt fnf f f n nfnnf n rfntbfrnff rf t n t r b b t f tfr tf f f f rfn t b ffnnt trnfnn rrntrbrrfn r tt tn bbrrrf tbb t b t tftbt t r fntb b f ffr rf b r fb f ffr fff ff ff ff fr f f f ff f rfnt bftt t ttt ftt b br ft r r bbt tt rtb f tt tt rtb f tt t t btbb rb t ttbr n rb btt rbt bfnt brff f b r b br rbt bt trb br trtr tt t rt rb t r t ft trbr t t tr bb tt trbr t trbr nr ft ff tf f bbb b ttbt t r ff ntbbb n f f f fr b b fb f b r rrfnrtb trtfr b rrr rf rr r rf f b n nn r r tb t n n f t rrt tr t fff f r t tfb bb b n ntb b t n

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rfnnttb r r r r r b r bb r r bf b r r b r r bbbt r r ftbbf rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n n ff n n bbn ftt tf n r n r r rb nffb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf f rfnnttbb t r r r r r b r bb r r r r r r fbtb r r fb rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n bbtt tn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbnbtb n ffr ftf fbb rfnttb ttbn rr rrr r rr rr rrrntt nrr r f f f r rf nttfb n nn rfn tn r rt rrt nrt rn rbn t ntn rt ntt n n nn t n rrnr r tnnnn tnn nn ntn tnn t rf nttfb nn n bnnn n f n n nb tnn nn r r rrr r r rr tr rf rntrr t n n t n n n n r nnn n n rntr t n n t n r r r n nn tn n tt nn t nn nrt bnntn rfnn ttbb r r r r t r b r t rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr n n n n tt bbn n ftt tf n n n n r r b r rb nffb rr b nrfnfb r bnf f br n rb nnn n n r r ft tbnt n n ffr t ftf fbb rfnntttb r r r r b rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n bff fnf ftt tf n r n r r rb nfb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ft rfnnttbb r r r r r bf r r b r r tb r bbff rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n f fn n b bftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ff rfnnttfbf r r r r r bbt rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n f fn n b bftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnnb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf f rfnnttfbt r r r r r r r rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r r rb nfnb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbb b r r r r r r ffft r r btff rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r br ft btnt n ffr ftf f rfnntttb r r r r rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nfffb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tnt n ffr ftf f rfnnttbtb t r r r r fft rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n tt btn n b ftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf f rfnnttfbt r r r r r b rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n f fn n ftt tbf n n r n r r rb nfnb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf ft rfnntttb b r r r r r fb rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n bbtt tn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbnbtb n ffr ftf fbbf rfnnttbff r r r r r r f r r t rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r r rb nffnnb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf f rfnnttfbb r r r r f rfnfrnntbb b bbr rr rr t n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnffb r r b nrfnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn r br bft tnt n ffr fbtf f rfnftt bnft t t t t rfnt rfnt bbb br b f r nt ft rr r rrnb rbr rfn r bb r t f n btf t nn f b nffnf nb r fntb b ff ff rr r r r r ff rrfnftfbfrb rntnbnrf fnntf nff f fr nnr nrfnfnr tbnf ftbnfn nnnfnbf f fn nt t ff nf fn ft ff n ff fnrbn nrbbbbn fnff nfb fbnbnnf nbnnf nrnbbn n fn ftfbfrbr ntnbnrffn ntfn n n f bfntbnf nn brf fftr tr trtbr r nrffn ffbnf fnnfnnn ff n nrfbfnn n nrnnnn f ffbfnf bfnf nrnrnr fbfn tbnf f nnfn nr nnr nr ffnnf fbb ff bnrnr nf n f tffrfr tbnffn fn nf fr bfntbnf nnbf rbnf trtbt

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