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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: 06-01-2012
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apopka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Apopka
Coordinates: 28.676075 x -81.510618 ( Place of Publication )
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Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Jun. 7, 1950-Dec. 26, 1956> also have numbering of: West Orange news.
General Note: Description based on: Vol.1,no. 12 (Jun. 7, 1950).
General Note: Issues for <1998>-published
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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 2AAll About Apopka The Apopka ChiefEstablished 1923 (USPS 545-440) The Apopka Chief is published every Friday and entered as Periodicals, postage paid at Apopka Post OfThe Apopka Chief newspaper is published by Foliage Enterchanges to The Apopka Chief The Apopka Chief www.theapopkachief.com, news@theapopkachief.com City of Apopka Telephone Numbers Orange County Telephone Numbers Other Area Numbers of Note 911 www.apopka.net Elections Supervisor Fire/Rescue Property Appraiser Utilities 911 U.S. Senators 1-202-224-3041 U.S. Representatives State Representatives State Senators Orange County Public Schools Superintendent Miscellaneous The Apopka Chief Museum looking forward to the collaborative effort with have been working to develop funding plans for network and a lot of hard work has gone into provide a statewide guideline for how the inspecApopka were given the option to participate in tion Strategies Study, which has been ordered, is of sale inspection is allowed unless the proand presents a sanitary nuisance, it will fail the By Sherry Brunson tor Trail will open today, Friday, June 1, with a rack, a playground and a rustic board with trail three phases, is located on an old levee in the lurk in nearby waters and that the large reptiles dinner and ask their owners to keep their pets on a and scraped it with a grader, wet it down and then Overhanging shelters with picnic tables are also planned for the trail, and hikers are encourThe sites offer electricity, showers, water, and There is usually a good breeze off the lake Apopka Loop Connector Trail opening on north shore of Lake Apopka Continued from page 1A Continued from page 1ASeptic: New law gives authority to countiesParkway: Agencies will build their own portions 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. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. WEKIVA RIVERWALKWEKIVA SPRINGS RD, APOPKA June 1-3 $6 MOVIES All DaySunday Only 3D MOVIES NOW AVAILABLE!MEN IN BLACK 3D (PG13) 1:20; 4:00; 7:10; 9:50 THE AVENGERS 3D (PG13) 4:10; 10:35 SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN (PG13) 1:30; 4:20; 7:15; 10:10 MEN IN BLACK (PG13) 1:50; 4:30; 7:40; 10:20 CHERNOBYL DIARIES (R) 2:00; 7:50; 10:15 BATTLESHIP (PG13) 1:10; 4:15; 7:20; 10:25 WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOURE EXPECTING (PG13) 1:05; 3:50; 7:00; 9:40 THE AVENGERS (PG13) 1:00; 7:30 DARK SHADOWS (PG13) 1:40; 4:40; 7:45; 10:30 THE DICTATOR (R) 4:50 All interested parties may appear and be heard with respect to this hearing. Please be advised that, under State law, if you decide to ap peal a decision made with respect to this matter, you will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, which record includes a testimony and evidence upon the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americ ans with Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk's Office at 120 E. Main Street, Apopka, Florida 32703, Telephone (407) 703 -1704, not later than fi ve (5) days prior to the proceedings. Apopka City Council Jay Davoll, P.E. May 25, 2012 & June 1, 2012 Community Development Director G: \ Shared \ 402 0 \ PLANNING_ZONING \ Annexations \ 12 Cycles 1 \ 1st AD 1 4 Page d 136481 NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2261-2264 NOTICE is hereby given that the property owners noted below and shown in the attached vicinity map have made application, in accordance with Florida Statutes 171.044 and the Apopka Code of Ordinances, Part III, Land Development Code, Article XII, Section 12.04.00, to the City of Apopka City Council, for ANNEXATION of the properties shown in the following map: MAP FOR REFERENCE ONLY AND NOT TO SCALE ORD. NO. ITEM NO. OWNERS NAME LOCATION 2261 1 Z ELLWOOD PROPERTIES, LLC NORTH OF FUDGE ROAD AND EAST OF HERMIT SMITH ROAD PARCEL ID: 36 20 27 0000 00 039 2262 2 ZELLWOOD PROPERTIES, LLC NORTH OF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AND WEST OF HERMIT SMITH ROAD PARCEL ID: 36 20 27 0000 024 2263 3 THE BELL TRUST SOUTH OF HOG S HEAD ROAD AND WEST OF HERMIT SMITH ROAD PARCEL ID: 01 21 27 0000 00 047 2264 4 RICHARD P. WELKER JEFFREY M. WELKER TRUST NORTH OF KEENE ROAD AND EAST OF STANFORD ROAD PARCEL ID: 22 21 28 0000 00 108 PARCEL ID 22 21 28 0000 00 117 The proposed annexations, as indicated in the map of this advertisement, may be inspected by the public in the City of Apopka Community Development Department, and/or the office of the City Clerk, at 120 E. Main Street, Apopka, Florida (Apopka City Hall). NOTICE is he reby given that public hearings to consider the future adoption of ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2261 -2264 will be held by the City of Apopka City Council at its regularly scheduled meetings in the City Council Chambers of the Apopka City Hall on Wednesd ay, June 6, 2 012, beginning at 1:30 P.M. and Wednesday, June 20, 2012 beginning at 8:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as possible. NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2261-2264 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. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. Central Florida's Professional Sod Installers

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 3A The legislative appropriation has provided a great opportunity to begin to resource in the heart of Florida and provide oped by a cooperative effort of the Florida breaks are installed to protect the plantings, opportunities will provide greater public landing will be created through dredging and encourage the public to get out there strategically placed to concentrate sport Grants will also be solicited which would enable innovative technology to be Apopka ecology and re-establish the highSchool will sponsor a proThe reason for this is that realizing that the current buildI have been approached on and off school grounds in hearing how this current buildZellwood and have listened to stories about friends and relaAdditionally, donated capsule or display cases, which will be showcased in the new bers and friends will have the opportunity to stroll through regarding the construction School will be held Tuesday, known as the Apopka Ninth Public Schools will attend to update parents and other interested individuals about the tary School, which is located at Rk. 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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 Friday June 15. 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 that will 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 our being able to do that. Campers are instructed by the basketball coaching staff of Wekiva and its players. The program has been stateranked for the entirety of each of the last three seasons and compiled a combined 51-30 (.630) 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, defense 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 amount of minutes. Several contests are another featured 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 tshirt and basketball. All of the money which is raised summer program, Williams said. Between June 1 and July 1, we (Wekiva varsity team) will be playing in a summer league and partici pating in three weekend camps. We will play about 30 games altogether. The summer program is a vital part of our overall program and it costs between $2,500 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 oppor tunity to be around the younger chil dren 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. Enrollment is limited to 60 campers and last year was a sell-out. For more information, contact coach Williams at 1-863-521-1120 or scott. williams@ocps.net. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Spring practice for Wekivas 2012 football team ended on Thursday, May 24, exactly the way it is supposed to, with its spring game against Lake Minneola proving what its strength is and what it has to improve on if it is to move past where it is now. The Mustangs won by a 24-14 score over the Hawks despite seven fumbles bles lost and an interception), because the power of its running game overwhelmed Lake Minneolas defense and the Hawks had their own issues. Lake Minneola turned the ball game bogged down, the Mustangs punted the ball to the Hawks. However, it turned out to be the best situation for the Mustangs as, on Lake Minthe game, Wekivas Dequan Harvey smashed into the offensive line and then running back Walteze Collier, jarring the ball loose. Harvin picked up the line of scrimmage and rambled 37 yards down the left sideline to give Wekiva a 7-0 lead it would never relinquish. On its next possession, the Hawks were once again hamstrung by their inability to block as quarterback Ricardo Housen was tackled at the line of scrimmage on a quarter back draw and fumbled. Wekiva once again took the opportunity and ran with it, literally. The Mustangs put together a 13-play drive which moved the ball from the Wekiva 29 to Lake Minneolas 5 and consumed 6:31 off the clock. Although the Mustangs the score still upped the lead to 10-0. Wekiva ran the ball 10 plays on the 13-play drive. The Mustangs running game systematically exposed the weakness as with a combination of power and strength, the Wekiva offensive line pushed the Hawks back at the line of scrimmage repeatedly and then the ball-carriers did the same when they hit the line of scrimmage. Wekivas lead was upped to 16-0 with lightning-quick precision. With 8:42 left in the second quarter, quarterback Bart Bell completed a 55-yard pass to Derrol Dillard. Running down the left sideline, By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff The visiting team rules in the ApopkaDaytona Beach Seabreeze series, and the spring game Wednesday, May 30, between the Blue Darters and Sandcrabs at Daytonas Municipal Stadium was no exception as Apopka The Class 8A Blue Darters dominated the Seabreeze made more of a game out of it in the second half, but the Class 6A Sandcrabs couldnt overcome Apopkas big halftime lead. Immediately after the game, Apopkas Rick Darlington and Seabreezes Marc Beach were complimentary of each others programs. The Apopka ChiefJune 1, 2012, Page 1B See the story and picture at the bottom of the page about the Apopka Little Leagues Top Team tournaments. Despite rain earlier in made ready for play on Tuesday, May 29, as the league determined its Top Team champions in the major, minor, and coach-pitch leagues. the District 23 tourney.Q. The Wekiva and Apopka football teams both endteams meet in the fall? Sports By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff With the regular season now completed and its cham pions determined, the Apopka Little League begins its pursuit of the District 23 champion ships. This weekend, Apopkas champions play in the Top Team tournament, which pits the champions of each league which are members of District 23 against each other. At the end of June, District 23 begins its all-star tournament. Those teams are made up of the best players in each league as voted by their coaches. The winners advance to the section tournament. The section champs advance to the state event, which is followed by the regional tournament and, Series for the older groups. The Apopka Little League major league all-star squad won the U.S. championship in 2001. The league receiving one charter has completely changed everything for us, especially playing outside the league, Little League president Gary Odom said. Our teams are much stronger now because we no longer have to divide the best talent equally among two teams. It is all on one team. It will help us for the top team championship, but it will also be even more important for the Spencer Hancock of the Apopka Little League major league Red Sox slides in safely as Cubs catcher Peter Penwarden waits on the throw. The Red Sox won the leagues Top Team tournament with an 8-6 victory over the Cubs. See BASEBALL Page 3BApopka Little League squads begin Top Team district tourneyWekiva, Apopka have successful spring endingsMustangs defeat Lk. MinneolaDarters have strong 1st half in 22-7 victory over SeabreezeWekiva boys basketball will host summer camp June 11-15Sam Jallah fends off a Lake Minneola defender who is trying to strip the ball from his grasp. Wekiva coach Scott Williams will host the summer camp. Apopka running back Ray Ray Smith scoots past several Seabreeze defenders in Apopkas 22-7 victory over the Sandcrabs. See WEKIVA Page 6B See APOPKA Page 7B

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 3B all-star tournament. (Formerly) With the two teams, we had to split the talent and we couldnt move players from one league to the other. If a player was on an American League team, then he/she had to play on the American AllStars and the same for the National League. Having one league made the teams more balanced, so the games were much closer and that, of course, forces the players to become better players. We played a championship tournament this year which will also be important for us. There were more opportunities to improve for both the teams and players, but it also forced the players and teams to become better. Each team played as a learning tool to get ready for where we are now. This years Apopka teams which will be playing for the Florida District 23 Little League baseball championships are Braves (minors, 9-10), Red Sox (majors, 11-12), Braves (juniors, 13-14). Apopkas Pink softball team will also be playing for the championship. The minor Braves defeated the Rays by a 3-2 score to advance. That game was scoreless after four innings. The Red Sox took the majors championship by an 8-6 score over the Cubs. It was a huge accomplishment for the Red Sox as the Cubs sported a 19-0 record coming in to the championship game. The juniors do not have a championship tournament and therefore by season standings, the Braves claimed the division championship. The same was true of the Pink softball team. The coach-pitch age division also played its championship game Tuesday, May 29. The Phillies claimed the championship by virtue of a 9-0 victory over the Cubs. However, there is no top-team district championship for that age group. The championship tournament was great, Odom said. All the games were close, which means the players got that experience of playing close games in elimination situations. That is what they will be facing at the Top Team tournament, close games which will be decided by a couple of plays late in them. We think we will do well because of all those factors. This is the strongest we have been in awhile. We feel all of the teams are capable of winning the district championship and bringing home the banner. As far as our strengths, the pitching has been outstanding this year. All of the teams go two starting pitchers deep and most of them are three deep. It stood out among the whole league, but of course, it is the best at the top, so if it stood out among the whole league, the top teams are even better. The other general areas of hitting and the pitching was a little bit below the year, it has reached that same level. We feel we are strong in all areas of the game this year, and as far as on This years Top Team District 23 tournament schedule began Thursday, May 31, past press time. The Braves (minors) played at 6 p.m. That game was followed by the majors taking the on Saturday and Monday (except the softball). The Braves (juniors) play at 6 p.m. today, Friday, June 1 and then also play on Saturday and Tuesday. All games except for the softball teams are at Maitlands Little League baseball complex, located on Keller Avenue. The softball team will be playing at Oviedos Little League complex, which is located off King Road. Continued from page 1BThe coach-pitch Phillies won their Top Team tournament on Tuesday, May 29, defeating the Cubs for the Apopka Little League championship. Shown are, (l-r), front row, Garrett Hebert, Robert Gonzalez, Gavin Adams, Dylan Kirkland, and Adam Johnson. Middle row, Brandon Johnson, Jake Carter-Palmer, Dumas Wiercioch, Amaury Pierce, Leo Wentzel, and Logan Chapman. Back row, coaches Billy D. Johnson, Derek Kirkland, and Brad Meridith. Josh Zellak is all smiles as he rounds third base on his way home after slugging a home run in the Red Sox 8-6 win and... ...his teammates are all smiles as they wait on him to get to home plate. The Red Sox will now represent Apopka Little League in the District 23 Top Team tournament. The minor league tournament championship game had plenty of action, as shown here when the Rays Eric Wright prepares to slide toward home plate as the Braves catcher Chris Medlock waits on the throw. Medlock got the throw in time to tag Wright out in the Braves 3-2 victory over the Rays. 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If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil League

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Cynthia Love is a soccer referee, and on Sunday, May 27, she was the referee for the St. Andrews football clubs Memorial Cup played at the Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka. Its an annual game played by St. Andrews to honor the legacy of those who were a part of their family and to raise funds for children charities. As always, she was the gatekeeper decisions regarding the laws of the game, and the person who was most responsible for the And all of it is rooted in her ability to develop strong relationships with those involved. But, for Tom Wirt, the relationship he has with Love did not begin as two people who are involved in the same arena of life or because of a common interest. The relationship began with the hope of being and has been the same as a get-out-ofjail-free-card for him. Unable to do some of the most basic and everyday acts, the quality of his life was gradually declin ing because his kidneys werent functioning. That is until a little over two years ago when Love felt the call to donate a kidney and chose her cross-country friend to be the recipient. I was more concerned about having to take time off from work, especially since I am essentially an indepen dent contractor, Love said. I dont work in a 9-5 or reguThe Apopka Triple Threat U10 Arsenal girls soccer team enjoyed great success in tournament play since the beginning of the year. The local squad participated in eight The team started off the year by winning the Ormond Beach Invitational tour nament championship in January while playing up an age group. Their next tournament would be the Brevard Fall Challenge where the Apopka team once again played in the event. Their success continued into February as the girls participated in the Disney Presidents Day Shootout where they won the championship in their age group playing in the highest division. In April, the team won the Orlando Easter Challenge in Apopka, and contin ued their winning ways with two addition al tournament championships at the Joey Uvalle Classic and the Ormond Beach Live tournament in early May. In the middle of May, the Arsenal girls won the fourth annual Nike Champions Cup in Apopka to earn their sixth championship of the year as they competed in the highest (Gold) division. As the tournament season came to an end, the local squad rounded off their season at the Disney Memorial Day Soccer the highest division available for their age group. nament season with 26 wins, 3 draws, and only 4 losses. This was a great achieve ment for the team, but more importantly, it was a fantastic opportunity for the girls to play and enjoy the game they love with their teammates while making new friends along the way said coach Naji Khouri. Playing for the Triple Threat Arsenal were Jaiden Thomas, Kami Switters, Janae Torres, Erica Treadwell, Madison Tryon, Elizabeth Walls, Sydney Cox, Grace Hiner man, Cameryn Wigmore, Lanie Grimando, Brooke Schulz, Kara Haas, Makenna Kramer, Macy Laszaic, Riley Rojahn, and Bella Recinos. unteer based organization dedicated to promoting youth soccer and providing quality soccer training and education to youths in our area. The programs are open to all youths U5-U15 regardless of experience or background. The clubs mission is to make soccer available to all children who want to play. Visit http://www.TripleThreatFC. com for club information opportunities. See KIDNEY Page 11B Linked arm in arm as they celebrate a victory, Apopka Triple Threat U10 Arsenal team members are, (l-r), Janae Torres, Macy Laszaic, Lanie Grimando, Bella Recinos, Kami Switters, Makenna Kramer, Erica Treadwell, Brooke Schulz, Sydney Cox, and Grace Hinerman.As Kara Haas is about to score, teammate Sydney Cox backs her up. Grace Hinerman controls the soccer ball with her knees. U.S. Army veteran and Asian languages expert Richard Hackworth is one of seven men selected to be featured in The movie is called The Warriors Quest and is a documentary about modernday masters of ancient martial arts. Hackworth, who teaches the Korean martial arts of Taekwondo and Hapkido at the Horizon Center in Apopka, was chosen after the movies producer saw him on the World Martial Arts TV Show. The movie is about everyday people who just happen to also be martial arts experts. The movie feature a Tennessee minister, a grandfather, a nurse, a machine shop owner, a lawyer, a school bus driver, and Hackworth who is a writer. The movies producer, Kevin Huston said: The idea worlds most dangerous men arent who you would think. We want to show that real mar tial artists dont take steroids in the movies. They are ordinary people with extraordinary skills. Huston went on to say: Hackworth was an excel American to be appointed to the Grand Masters Counsel in Korea and has earned Hall of Fame awards in 16 categories. Richard Hackworth said that he enjoys teaching children and families and wants to give come bullying and have a successful life. To celebrate his latest accomplishment, Hackworth is offering a free week of training to all Apopka residents. He can be reached by e-mail at thehori zoncenter@gmail.com. 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 for the car wash is a minimum of $5 per vehicle. Its crunch time in the NBA. Four teams are left in the race for the championship, and this weeks match-up to watch is Miami vs. Boston. In fact, for many years, the Boston Celtics have been in the running for an NBA championship, which prompted local radio show host Roger Franklin Williams to invite Celtic great Dave Cowens to join the Talkin Old School radio program this Saturday, June 2 from 11 a.m.-noon on 740 The Game. Williams is a 1975 graduate of Apopka Memorial High School. During his career in the NBA, Cowens was named CoRookie of the Year in 1971 and he was also selected as NBA MVP in 1973. Additionally, he was MVP of the 1973 NBA All-Star Game and was named to the NBA 50th anniversary All-Time Team. Cowens career was characterized by allout intensity at both ends of the court. He was regarded by many as the Best Defensive Rebounder in NBA history (9+ per game, all-time record). He scored more than 13,000 points and has more than 10,000 rebounds during his NBA career. The Celtics retired his No. 18 jersey. He began his coaching career by serving as a combined player/coach for the Boston Celtics during the 1978-79 season, He served as assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs from 1994-1996, before going on to become head coach of the Charlotte Hornets in 1996. He also served as head coach of the Golden State War riors from 1999 to 2001. Prior to his professional career, Cowens attended Florida State University from 1967 to 1970. At FSU, he scored 1,479 points in 78 games, averaging 19 points per game. He still ranks among Florida States top 10 all-time scoring leaders and still holds the record for career rebounds. As with the Celtics, Cowens jersey was retired at FSU. During his career with the Boston Celtics, Dave Cowens intense, bare-knuckle, blue colOld School, Williams said. Im very pleased that NBA Hall of Famer and Boston Celtics legend Dave Cowens will join me on Talkin Old School to share his insights on the Celtics-Heat Series with Talkin Old School listeners, and to reminisce about his extraordinary career. In addition to the interview with Cowens, Williams will speak with UCF Director of Basketball Operations Brendon Suhr, a former Orlando Magic, Detroit Pistons and U.S. Olympic Team assistant coach from 11-11:15 a.m. Suhr will discuss the Orlando Magic coaching situation and give his insights about the NBA playoffs. Suhr was the lead assistant on the 1987 and 1988 NBA Champion Detroit Pistons and the 1992 Gold Medal winning U.S. Olympic basketball team, also known as the Dream Team. Suhr is the author of the just released book, Chuck Daly Coaching U a compilation of Dalys coaching philosophies along with inside accounts of Dalys career coaching highlights. Williams will also speak with Jim Flanagan, a national tional sales manager for Nautilus Industries, who will be on the show. Fans of the Talkin Old School radio program know that Williams features in-depth interviews with sports legends from back in the day, as well as hard-edged commentary on contemporary sports from a perspective that honors the old school ethos of hard work, teamwork and respect for the game, in his hour-long weekly sports radio program. Talkin Old School combines interviews with national cus on the teams local fans are passionate about, such as the University of Florida Gators, Florida State University Seminoles and University of Central Florida Knights. Talkin Old School also includes a regular Old School Knights feature with Kaley Budnik. The show will also stream live on the stations Web site at http://www.740thegame.com. Williams also posts frequent updates on his Twitter page (@ Tebow_Defender), YouTube Tebow Truth channel, as well as his Facebook page. 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 particular ly awesome about this race is that partici pants 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 four-mile 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 will go to and protect the Wekiva River system. The Friends of the Wekiva River idea that 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. Weve found that people really like the idea and either want to participate or 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 event. We munity 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 407-8842023, email wekivawaterrace@gmail.com or visit wateradventurerace.weebly.com. Richard Hackworth of Apopka will appear in a martial arts movie named The Warriors Quest.

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 6B Dillard caught the ball around the 20-yard line and ran untouched into the end zone, as he had a two-step advantage on the defensive back. It was the punt. We have been emphasiz ing throughout spring practice to the defense to be more aggressive than we have the last few years and to stand its tangs coach Ty Parker said. We have not only been talking about the need for the defense to hold the fort, but to also contribute. We are putting in a new offense and because of the low number of coaches, we have had to do it piece by piece. The defense this spring and at least for the start of the regular season, has been counted on to do that. Getting that (early) turnover and then converting it into points was exactly what we needed. It set the tone and gave us a cushion to work with. We put ourselves in a couple of bad positions and that shows we still have work to do, but tonight, that early lead created by the defense gave us enough to withstand the mistakes and those mistakes leading to their offense gaining a rhythm and then yards. The key was the offense controlled the clock and their offense had several three-and-outs for almost the turnover. On the possession before Wekivas second touchdown, the ball was fumbled on three consecutive plays. Lake Minneola recovered the third fumble, but was forced to punt after only three plays on the ensuing possession. Wekiva commit ted a fourth fumble with a little over three minutes left in the second quarter and once again disaster was averted as Ter rance Ross intercepted the ball as Lake Minneola attempted a wide-receiver pass. The Mustangs possession again ended with a turnover as Bell threw the ball to Hakeen Tompkins and also, yet once again, disaster was avoided as the defense held Lake Minneola to a three-and-out. However, as is always the case, the fumbles eventually caught up to Wekiva. With 33 time. It took Lake Minneola only three plays to put the ball into the end zone. After a 34yard pass completion to Jahmari Walden and a 17-yard run by Collier, Jones connected with Marvin Hart in the end zone for 18 yards. Hart caught the 18-yard pass on a stop and turn move in the front corner of the end zone, jumping in front of the defensive back. Giving up the touchdown mage didnt have that much to do with the outcome of the game, Hawks coach Corey Brinson said. It put us in the position of being behind, but we bounced back and got back into the game. What really caused us to lose was turning the ball over three times in the red zone. It is something that coaches say over and over, but thats because games are usually decided by the most basic elements of football and the simplest reasons. When teams take care of the football, they win. Then they secured the victory with that power running game. It was brutal when the game came down to who was more physical and they shut the door. It wore us down just enough we couldnt stop it when we had to during the fourth. It ate up the clock during the second half. We fell behind by a 16-0 score, but we fought back and through the mistakes. However, we just coming back. While Wekivas effort was of the second half was enough to do that and as Brinson pointed out, it was centered around the power running game. The drive took 13 plays, covered 71 yards and ate up 6:28 of the clock. It began with a four-yard run by Watson and down run. In between, all but 10 of the yards were gained on the ground. The Mustangs converted a total of three third downs. Wekiva ran basic single-wing plays for most of the drive, running Watson up the middle and getting Reggie Brown to the outside. On the following possession, Lake Minneola drove the ball from its 28 to Wekivas 3-yard line where it attempted a screen to the left side. The ball was initially tipped by Sam Jallah and then intercepted by a diving Reggie Brown. On its next drive, Lake Minneola fumbled the ball at the Mustangs 8-yard line. However, with 7:10 left in the game, Jones completed a 39-yard pass to Julian Gordon. That pass was also initially tipped by one of the other wide receivers as it was overthrown due to the pressure on the quar terback. But the ball bounced through the air right into the hands of Gordon, who was per fectly positioned to nab the ball at the 10 and then run into the end zone. Lake Minneola was facing a fourth-and-15 after Jones had been sacked. But, it was only a measure of respect for the Hawks, as the Mustangs then held onto the ball for 10 plays. It did not score and the drive ended because of a fumble, but 5:01 was taken off the clock as the Mustangs ran the ball on eight plays and it was moved from its 20 to the Hawks 35. A 19-yard pass completion from Bell to Damon Patterson was the big play as Wekiva had been backed up to its 9-yard line after a holding penalty. Lake Minneola then commit ted an encroachment penalty to The Mustangs never had yards for a new set of downs The door for whatever oppor tunity still existed for a Lake Minneola victory was slammed shut with the drive. We fumbled the ball seven times, Parker said. That is a result of a lack of focus, not a lack of being unable to run the offense, but we like what the offense did when it didnt fumble the ball. It showed it could move the ball. That is encouraging and something we are going to build on especially considering we did what we did with only 15 days of putting in the offense. The fact that Lake Minneola is only a second-year school which did what it did when it got its offense going should be considered. To see them doing what they did heading into only their second year is scary for the rest of the football commu nity. What the power running game did is also very impor tant. When (Wekiva offensive coordinator Charles) Nassar took over the offense, I showed him Watson and Scott. He said he couldnt see them being our featured running backs because they are so big. But, he worked with them and saw they are quick and agile to go with their strength. Tonight, coach Nassar had the game plan which put them in the position to use those attributes and they ran with it, literally. Watson, Scott and Bell combined to run the ball for 133 yards on 37 carries. Bell completed 10-of-19 attempts for 194 yards. He threw one interception and a touchdown. Lake Minneola was led statistically by Collier, who gained 101 yards on 16 carries. Jones completed 6-of-9 passes for 123 yards and threw two touchdowns and no intercep tions. We have a daunting task in front of us (the 2012 schedule), Parker said. And obviously, we have more work to do. The fumbles have to stop, the right direction to becoming a championship contender and a playoff regular. Wekiva LM First downs 22 12 Rushes-yards 51-205 26-130 Passing yards 194 175 Com-Att-Int 10-20-2 10-19-2 Fumbles-lost 7-5 3-3 Penalties-yards 6-48 9-70 Wekiva 10 6 8 0 24 Lk. Minn. 0 7 0 7 14 W-Harvin 37 fumble return (Var1:06; W-D. Dillard 55 pass from Bell (kick failed) 8:42 2nd; LM-Hart 18 pass from Jones (Mortlock kick) :06.7 2nd; W-Watson 5 run (Watson from Jones (Mortlock kick) 7:10 4th. Individual statistics son 14-44, 1TD; Bell 11-37; Jallah 4-27; Brown 4-13; Team 4-0. Lake Minneola-Collier 16-101; Housen Jones 3-(-9). Passing: Wekiva-Bell 10-19-1, 194, 1TD. Jernigan 0-1-1, 0. Lake Minneola-Jones 6-9-2, 123; Housen 4-11-0, 52, 1TD. Receiving: Wekiva-Patterson 4-74; D. Dillard 3-63, 1TD; Rutz 1-42; Bargaineer 1-10; Ross 1-5. Lake 1TD; Walden 1-34; Hart 1-18, 1TD; Williams 1-17; Jernigan 1-12; McTigue 1-5. Continued from page 1BWekiva: Turnovers were a big problem for both Mustangs and Hawks The pigskin is loose after one of several fumbles between the two teams, however, on this play, Lake Minneola recovered its own fumble in Wekivas 24-14 victory on Thursday, May 24. With Sam Jallah leading the way, quarterback Bart Bell looks for a hole in the Lake Minneola defensive front. Wekiva linebacker Ernie Davis reaches for a Lake Minneola runner during the rst half of the Mustangs 24-14 spring game victory. After Dequan Harvin returned a fumble 37 yards for a score, he celebrates with assistant coach Steve Ogden. Reggie Brown was one of multiple ballcarriers for Wekiva in the spring game. New offensive coordinator Charles Nassar signals in the play for the Mustangs. Head coach Ty Parker talks to his kickoff team just prior to the contest.

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 7B I always like playing Marcs teams, they have class and play hard, Darlington said. Its fun to play against Marc and his team. That was a hard-fought game, Beach said. The visitor has always won. Under these two head coaches, the teams have never met in the regular season, but have played several times in the spring and in fall Kickoff Classics. Traditionally a running team, Apopka came out in the spread offense with quarterback Zack Darlington, son of the head coach, throwing the ball with plenty of accuracy. He ing a helmet to the back, threw three incompletions, two of which were night 12-of-15 for 140 yards and three touchdowns. The Blue Darters also ran effecthe night with 156 yards on 33 attempts. We did well, and we mixed it up pretty good, coach Darlington said. As they have for many years, the Sandcrabs ran the spread offense exclusively, but ran out of it more effectively than they passed. Under a constant rush from the Apopka front seven, quarterback Connor Blair had a rough evening, hitting 8-of-16 passes for just 57 yards. He was sacked six times by the Apopka defense. Blair suffered one interception on a brilliant play by Apopka cornerback J.J. Simmons, who tipped the ball to himself while defending a Seabreeze receiver. Charles Nelson was the offensive star for Seabreeze, rushing for 102 yards on 22 carries. But, the Apopka defense kept the Sandcrabs out of the end zone as the only Seabreeze score came when Apopka punter Brett Wilson dropped a snap while standing in his own end zone. Stephan Brown recovered for the Seabreeze touchdown with three seconds remaining in the third quarter. Ironically, the Blue Darters also scored points on a dropped punt snap when Seabreezes Gaston Hayworth couldnt handle a low snap and booted the ball out of the end zone for an Apopka safety to keep the Blue Darters from falling on it for a touchdown. That gave Apopka an 8-0 lead The Blue Darters took control of the contest on the next play from scrimmage, as after Seabreezes free kick following the safety, Darlington found Ray Ray Smith over the middle, hitting the rising sophomore in stride for a 57-yard scoring play. Wilsons extra point gave the Blue Darters a 15-0 lead with 1:10 still Apopka scored on its opening possession of the game, driving 60 yards in eight plays when Darlington found Jacob Wittrock over the middle for a 12-yard touchdown pass with extra point try was wide right. The Sandcrabs had opened the game with a solid drive of their own, but it stalled when Robert Greathouse sacked Blair for an eight-yard loss. Defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler led the Darters with three solo sacks, including a big 16-yard sack on fourth down in the fourth period as the Sandcrabs were threatening late in the game. Defensive back Rakeem Smith also impressed for the Blue Darters. He had several tackles, including stopping Nelson one-on-one several times. came with one minute remaining in the second period when, running out of the I-formation, the Blue Darters drove 80 yards after a missed SeaSmith was the workhorse at tail the drive. However, Zack Darlington also gained 12 yards on one carry, while fullback Chandler Cox netted 27 yards on two attempts, including one carry for 23 yards that had a pair of nifty jukes to get the ball to the Seabreeze 4-yard line. Apopka scored two plays later when Darlington found Rio Macrena on a four-yard pass. Wilson added the extra point to give the Darters a 22-0 lead. Even though it was only a spring game, Rick Darlington said his team needed to taste victory after last seasons uncharacteristic 6-5 season that outster from the playoffs. Weve been losing. We want to get back to winning. It was important to try to get a win. Continued from page 1BApopka: Blue Darters sacked Seabreezes quarterback six times Blue Darters topple Seabreeze 22-7 behind balanced attackRunning back Jevric Blocker stiffarms Seabreeze linebacker Josh Stevens during the rst half of Apopkas 22-7 victory over the Sandcrabs. Apopka quarterback Zack Darlington runs away from Seabreeze linebacker Scotty Harris. Darlington hit his rst 12 passes and ended up passing for 140 yards and three touchdowns. Jeff St. Hillaire (l) and J.J. Simmons tie up Seabreeze receiver Raushod Floyd (top). Apopka head coach Rick Darlington talks to his son and quarterback, Zack Darlington, while calling a play in the rst half of the 22-7 Apopka victory on Wednesday, May 30. With defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler (r) leading the way, the Apopka defense wraps up Seabreeze quarterback Connor Blair. Quarterback Zack Darlington (6) and receiver Jacob Wittrock (r) celebrate their 12-yard touchdown pass. Ray Ray Smith stiffarms Josh Stevens on one of his 10 rushes. He led the Darters in rushing with 50 yards.Staff photos by John Peery

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 8BJune will bring us Flag Day, Fathers Day and in a day of summer. The eclectic collection of recipes below is suitable for celebrating any or all of these important events. fancy, and then enjoy cooking up that creative cuisine during these cool early June days. 20, signaling another years start of Florida weather almost always as hot as the Fourth of July. Food preparation will always be with us, of course, but this coolness wont, so treasure the joy of cooking in this current cool comfort with fresh air and refreshwindows while that brief opportunity lasts Enjoy all these recipes as well, especially this most interesting and differcake into a candied fruitcake. HORTENSE PARKERS CARROT FRUITCAKE Recipe from Cooking With Friends II 1-1/2 cups chopped nuts 1 cup chopped mixed candied fruit 1 cup chopped dates 1 cup raisins 2 cups sugar 1-1/2 cups vegetable oil 4 eggs 2 teaspoons baking powder 2 teaspoons baking soda 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon salt Confectioners sugar icing (optional) Combine nuts, fruit, dates and raisins mixing bowl, combine sugar and oil; mix well. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Combine baking powder, baking soda, gradually add this mixture to the sugar mixture, beating unto smooth. (Batter will be stiff.) Fold in carrots and fruit mixture. one hour and 20 minutes or until cake tests done. Cool for 15 minutes before wire rack. Drizzle with confectioners sugar icing when cake is cooled, if you wish. Recipe yields 12 to 16 servings. KAREN MUSSERS TEX-MEX DIP Recipe from Errol Membership Recipes 2 small cans bean dip 2 to 3 ripe avocados 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup sour cream 1/2 cup mayonnaise 3/4 package taco seasoning 2 small tomatoes, seeded and chopped 1/2 cup black olives, chopped 8 ounces Cheddar cheese, grated 1 bag Tostito chips the bean dip side-to-side. Peel and mash the avocadoes and add the lemon juice, top of the bean dip, leaving 1-inch of the bean dip showing around the edges of the platter. Mix the sour cream, mayonnaise and taco seasoning and add this to the platter as a third layer, leaving 1-inch of the previous layer showing. This may be done several hours before serving. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Just before serving, sprinkle with a bowl of Tostito chips. GALE GRIMMS EASY CHEESY QUICHE SQUARES Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 8 eggs 1 teaspoon baking powder 3/4 teaspoon salt 1-1/2 cups cottage cheese 4 cups (1 pound) shredded Monterrey Jack cheese (or 2 cups Jack and 2 cups Cheddar) 1/4 cup chopped bell pepper (or one small can chopped green chilies) Beat eggs for three minutes. Combine peppers. Pour into greased 13 x 9-inchpan. Bake at 350 for 35 to 40 minutes. Let quiche cool some before cutting into squares. SANDY BOVES ROASTED POTATOES WITH CHIVES, BACON AND BLUE CHEESE Recipe from Preserving the Big Potato 12 small Yukon Gold potatoes 2 teaspoons plus 1/8 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 1/2 cup crumbled Maytag blue cheese 4 slices applewood-smoked bacon, cooked until crisp and crumbled 1 tablespoon minced chives Preheat oven to 350. Place potatoes in a large saucepan. Cover with cold water and bring to a boil. Add 2 teaspoons salt. Cook until tender, about 20 minutes. Drain. When potatoes are cooled, slice a small piece from the top and the bottom of each potato. Transfer potatoes to a medium bowl. Toss with oil and the remaining 1/8 teaspoon salt and the freshly ground pepper. Place potatoes on a baking sheet. With a paring knife, score top of each potato. Top each with equal amounts of blue chives and serve. MARY JO GOODWINS EGGPLANT CREOLE Recipe from Treasure and Pleasures 1 medium to small onion 1 medium to small eggplant 3 to 4 zucchini 2 stalks celery 2 cups canned tomatoes 1 small green pepper (optional) Olives Parmesan cheese or buttered bread crumbs for topping 2 to 3 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoon brown sugar 1 teaspoon salt Wash and slice zucchini. Cook in salted water until just tender. Drain. Pare, slice and cut the eggplant into small cubes. Cook sliced eggplant in salted water, as the zucchini was cooked, till tender. Do not let either vegetable get mushy. Dice the celery and cook as above, mix. Add tomatoes, salt and sugar and cook until thickened. Arrange zucchini, eggplant and celery in buttered casserole. Pour tomato mixover the tomato mixture. Cover with Parmesan cheese or buttered breadcrumbs. Dot the top with butter. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. (This is better if made the day before and baked on the day of serving it, the recipe contributor wrote in a footnote.) TONI LAPIERRES APPLE FRITTERS Recipe from Feeding the Flock 2 apples, peeled, cored and sliced Bowl of salt water 1/2 a lemon 1/2 pint cider Pinch of salt 1 tablespoon butter 2 eggs Cooking oil for deep frying Powdered sugar and cinnamon in a shaker Place cored apple slices in salt water to preserve their color. Drain off the water lemon juice. Beat the cider into the sifted and butter. (Batter should be consistency of thick cream.) Rest the batter a little. Dip apple slices in batter and deep fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towel and sprinkle with powdered sugar and cinnamon. (Cinnamon may be omitted if you prefer just the powdered sugar sprinkling.) NORA KINNISONS SAUERKRAUT SALAD Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 2 cups chopped sauerkraut 1 cup chopped onion 1 cup chopped celery 3/4 cup sugar 1 small jar pimiento 1/2 of a chopped green pepper Mix together all ingredients. Refriger ate overnight, covered. Drain and serve.Celebrate Junes many events with these eclectic recipes Zellwood Elementary School One Last Look Around, Wednesday, June 6, 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m., at 3551 Washington St., Zellwood. To include a brief ceremony in the cafeteria, memory cards, and walls where family members can write their names and sentiments. Call Principal Frank Mattucci for information, 407-884-2258. Old school demolition to take place on Wednesday, June 13. Soccer stars to be at Apopka Library June 7, at 4 p.m. Meet these soccer stars in person, said Tammy Erikstrup, branch manager. They will share how they became professional soccer players and show off their skills. For information, call 407-8357307. Food Truck Round-Up: Thursday, June 7, 5:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m., at Kit Land Nelson Park. Along with the great food there will also be a live performance from guest artist. For more information visit http://www.facebook.com/ApopkaFoodTruckRoundUp.oodTruckRoundUpBridge Games and Classes: Every Monday and Friday morning at 9:15 a.m., at the Lake County Duplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. Key Ave., Eustis. Learn or play the most popular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-315-9934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. Ministry Needs Pillows and Socks: Extended Hand Outtion in Apopka that assists local charities with provisions, is in need of pillows and socks for area shelters and homeless. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation. org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. Hospital Health Course Offered : The Living Healthy Program at Florida Hospital Apopka designed to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call 407625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citisurveys, preventive health care presentations, and several other programs and services. They can be taught in English or Spanish. For information or a complete list, call 407-836-9081 or email OCZellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell ment. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of June! Go to www.habitat-apopka.volunteerhub.com and register for event. If you are new, register by clicking on the right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the 407-880-8881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. Seniors Meals on Wheels: is looking for volunteer drivers. The routes are open Monday through Friday, each route taking about an hour. Anyone who can give an hour once a week, please call 407-615-8982.The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement ka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park Avenue, Apopka. Meetings will be held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email rie.averybayer@aol.comFRIDAY, JUNE 1Registration for Youth Flag Football: Last Day Friday, June 1st, the Apopka Recreation Department is holding registraleague. For boys and girls ages 6 12. Fees are $90 for City residents and $125 for non city residents. Registration is available online at www.apopka.net or at Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. For information, call 407-703-1784.SATURDAY, JUNE 2 SUNDAY, JUNE 3Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at nolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Baptist Church of Apopka. Activities include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628.MONDAY, JUNE 4 APOPKA JOB FAIR, noon 4 p.m., Fran Carlton Center, 11 Forest Avenue, Apopka, sponsored by the City of Apopka, the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, and the new University of Central Florida Business Incubator. More than 200 positions available from participating employers: the City of Apopka, CenturyLink,. Wawa, Inc., (convenience store and deli), McDonPanera Bread and others. Come wear suitable business attire and bring resumes. Call the Chamber of Commerce at 407-886-1441 for information. Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:30 p.m. 6:25 p.m., at nolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weighin is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organiheld at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407-3120849, or go to www.tops.org. Toastmasters Open House 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the Apopka Area ing. Open to adults over 18 who are interested in improving their communication skills. Members will be available to answer quetions, and everyone is invited to see a complete and free Toastmaster meeting. For more information, call 407-765-2629 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, JUNE 5Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: of the month at 12:00 noon, at Ave., Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Balling For Jesus: 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott mone@aol.com. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Rock Springs Elementary School public meeting for update on school construction 6 p.m., at RSE temporary home at 800 N Wells St., also known as the Ninth Grade Center. Staff from Orange County Public Schools will attend to update parents and other interested individuals about the construction of the permanent site at 2400 Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. Call Jessma Lambert, OCPS Facilities Department at 407-317-3700, for more information.WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weighin is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organiAndrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-8861147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults 703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-7031631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages free and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: 11:15 a.m. noon, and from 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Magnolia Park classroom, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. Music, music theory and group performance will be taught. The classes are free, although an RSVP is requested. For more information, call 407886-4231. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 6:30 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Lacrosse Program : 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, off Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. For more information, call Laurie Holmes at 407-889-2421, or visit the website at www.apklaxclub. uslaxteams.com. Yoga Class: 7:45 p.m. 8:30 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $6 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.THURSDAY, JUNE 7Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central in Apopka Call 407880-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawplain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407814-9678. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.************Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, 180 E. Main St., Apopka. For more info, call 407-886-1441. *(OCLS) Orange County Public Library North Orange Branch Address: 1211 E. Semoran Boulevard, Apopka 436 (Semoran) and Thompson Road. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-8357323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county)

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 9B 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 Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-8862777. In the period from May 21-27, the Apopka Police Department received 620 calls for assistance, responded to 4 tions, and made 21 arrests. Of nile arrests. The juveniles were charged with battery-touch or strike, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams and loitering or prowling. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Larry Lee Odums Jr., 29, 311 Bluff Ln., Apopka, trespassing occupied structure or conveyance. Theresa Roysum Edens, 49, 511 Credo St., Longwood, alcohol or drugs. Douglas Joseph Holland, 42, 1300 Canterbury Rd., Winter Park, driving under the inDuan Sanders, 27, 432 Spinnaker Dr., Orlando, battery sisting with violence. Victor De Jesus, 29, 932 Silvertip Rd., Apopka, driving or drugs. Mark B. Smith, 38, 2008 Lauren Rd., Apopka, warrantOrange County Sheriffs Ofor drugs. Miguel A Sanchez, 41, 17417 Marsh Rd., Winter Garden, driving while license suspended. Michelle Raisner, 26, 14962 Perdido Dr., Orlando, alcohol or drugs. Jeremiah Richard Tilley, 19, 2007 Picnic Ln., Apopka, warrant-Charlotte Countylewd lascivious battery/molestation. Jasper Miles Jr., 51, 302 W. 13th St., Apopka, violation of municipal ordinance-open container, possession cocaine paraphernalia. Robert Lee Lovett, 49, 504 Lakebridge Ln., Apopka, alcohol or drugs, hit and run/ driving with license suspended with knowledge. Christopher Harrison, 34, 197 Earl St., Apopka, burglary to dwelling/injury from arson. Oscar Joel Crenshaw, 32, 316 Breezeway Dr., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Adam Dwayne Clark, 18, 1051 Bavarian Way, Apopka, operating vehicle without valid drivers license, possession marijuana less than 20 grams. Jimmy Adonay Renderos, 35, 748 White Ivey Ct., Apopka, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams, possession and/or use of drug equipment. A free skills camp for football players and cheerleaders will be held Saturday, June 9, at Williams Park beginning at 8 a.m. The event is open to the ister. For football players, the camp is for ages 6-17, while for cheerleaders, it is open to kids ages 6-12. Among those who will be teaching football skills are a handful of former Apopka High School football players who went on to play in college and the NFL. Included are: Sammie Smith (Florida State, Miami Dolphins), Rogers Beckett (Marshall, San Diego Chargers), and Aaron Jones (Eastern Kentucky, Pittsburgh Steelers). 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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 10BBy Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff Chad Cribb, an acoustic guitarist and vocalist (http://www. youtube.com/user/ChadCribb Music) who plays alternative folk music, will provide the entertainment at the June Apopka Food Truck Round-Up on Thursday, June 7, from 5:30-9 p.m. at Kit Land Nelson Park 10 N. For est Ave., Apopka. Cribb, 29, a 2001 graduate of Apopka High School, said he began playing the guitar through a challenge from an AHS English class. I have been playing the guitar for 10 years, Cribb said. I started when I was told I had to learn something I always wanted to learn, but had put off, in Sue Beechums English class (at AHS). I have been singing since I was a little kid. I love it I just love doing it. Cribb, who currently waits tables at Sam Sneads in Maitland and is an entertainment design technology student at Valencia College, said he has per formed most Friday evenings at the Hunt Club Tijuana Flats restaurant for the past year. Food trucks featured this month will be Blue Bayou, a new cajun-style truck, from ServeAll Catering in Sanford; Eclectic Kitchen, which serves a variety of new-American foods; Burger Culture, a gourmet burger truck from Tampa; and also from Tampa, Jimmy Meatballs, which serves several varieties of meat balls, in subs or individually, said Ashley Greene, event coor dinator. To add more variety to the summer months, were offer ing Tampa trucks in the mix with our featured trucks. This allows us the opportunity to stand out from other food events in Or lando and Central Florida and bring more folks to Apopka. Next months featured truck will be Fat Tortillas from Tampa, a Southwest burrito and taco truck (http://www.facebook.com/Fat Tortillas). The usual 11 trucks will be on site, which are the Yum Yum Truck, C&S Brisket Bus, the Treehouse Truck, The Crooked Spoon, Big Wheel Mobile Food Truck, Monsta Lobsta, The Crepe Company, Sunset Ice, the Korean Taco Box, Gastro Truck, and the Winter Park Fish Company. CenturyLink is sponsor of the event. ers: Parking is free in Edwards Field. Bring cash. While some trucks accept credit cards, not all do. Try something different. To get the full food truck experience, try a main course from one truck, a side item from another, and a dessert from another. Tables and chairs are provided by the city of Apopka, but if you want to make a picnic out of it, bring a blanket since tables are often occupied. Some people bring lawn chairs. Be prepared to wait in lines, as food is freshly prepared. This is not fast food, but rather a restaurant on wheels. Pets are not allowed in Kit Land Nelson Park. Check the pages of each truck and what their specials will be. For more information, call 407-703-1777 or visit http:// www.facebook.com/Apopka FoodTruckRoundUp.By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff Ongoing renovations are happening at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, Apopkas 40 lane bowling center, at 2160 Semoran Boulevard. monitors with new software and anima tions, and new 46-inch televisions, said Mary Ann LaRusso, sales director. They are located between every pair of lanes. LaRusso said many of the sports fans who come to the bowling center enjoy being able to watch the Orlando Magic and other games, as well, at the same time while they bowl. The new monitors have a small keypad so they are much sleeker and easier to use, LaRusso said. We can put photos in company party. We also play music videos, especially during the Cosmic Bowling. We can also play the chicken dance during birthday parties. The new animation is lots all that the software can do. It has a lot of neat features. It can tell you the speed of your bowling ball as it is rolling toward the pins. The bowling software was devel oped specially by the Brunswick Product Division. The big screens arent the only change. The actual bowling lanes have glow in the dark surfaces that enable the during the Cosmic Bowling, LaRusso said. The Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, which opened in 1987, includes an arcade, a snack bar and a lounge, and employs approximately 30 people, LaRusso said. It to the restrooms are one of the next projects. The bowling center is also the home of bowling teams from Apopka, Wekiva and Ocoee high schools. All proceeds are given to military veterans through the Bowlers to Veterans Link (www.bowlforveterans.org) during the centers Bowl for Freedom Nights, which feature 50-cent bowling (shoe rental $3.99) on June 21, July 19 and August 23, from 9 p.m. until closing, LaRusso said. We like to give back to the community. Brunswick Bowling Centers nation wide, has a goal of $100,000 for the veter ans group. For more information, call 407-8809090 or visit www.brunswickzone.com. Love is in the air for Florida black bears. Breeding season for bears runs from June to July, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is reminding homeowners that bears are moving around, for aging for food and looking for mates. According to FWC bear management program coordinator Dave Telesco, the agency is seeing an increase in calls about bears in neighborhoods around the state. The animals are lured into neighborhoods to feast on unsecured trash. His best advice: Do not feed the bears because it is also illegal to feed bears in Florida. Problems arise when bears have access to peoplerelated food sources such as pet foods, garbage, barbecue grills, birdseed or livestock feed, Telesco said. Bears learn very quickly to associate people with food, and this puts the animals at increased risk of illegal kills or crossing highways and getting hit by vehicles. Black bears normally are too shy to risk contact with humans, but their strong food drive can overwhelm these instincts. Residents can help these bears move on, so they If people remove the attractants, the bears will stay where we want them to stay in wooded areas and not enter urban and suburban neighbor hoods, Telesco said. Properly storing and secur ing garbage is a proven method of discouraging bears. Barbecue grills should be stored in a secure place, such as a garage or a sturdy shed when they are not in use (typically evenings). Keep garbage cans secure and only place them outside on the morning of pickup, rather than the night before. People can encourage their neighbors, community or local government to use bear-resistant trash conout where to get them, go to MyFWC.com/Bears and select Brochures & Other Materi als. Another way people can help is to feed pets indoors or bring in dishes after feeding, Telesco said. Relocating bears is not always the best option, Telesco explained. Most bears do not stay where we put them, and more than half of the bears we move just end up causing conIf you see a black bear, remain calm. Dont run. Walk calmly toward a building or vehicle and get inside, Telesco said. If you have children or pets, bring them inside. Once you are in a secure location, encourage the bear to leave by banging pots and pans, blowing a car or air horn or whistle. The more stressful a bears encounter with you, the less likely it is to come back. If a bear is in a tree, leave it alone. Remove people and dogs from the area. The bear usually will come down and leave when it feels safe, which is typically after dark. If the bear is threatening the safety of humans, pets or livestock or is causing property damage, report it to the FWC at 888-404-FWCC (3922). more about living with black bears at MyFWC.com/Bear. Frequently asked questions about bears Q. How many bears are there in Florida? id population estimates total 2,500 to 3,000 bears statewide. Bears currently live in eight relatively isolated areas. While some populations appear to be doing well, others are still recovering. Q. What do I do if I see a bear? A. If you encounter a bear at close range, remain standing upright, back up slowly and speak to the bear in a calm, assertive voice. Do NOT feed or intentionally attract bears. If a bear eats something on your property, take note of what it is and secure it once the bear leaves. NEVER approach or surprise a bear. If you see a bear from a distance, enjoy the experience, but do not move toward the bear. If you are close, do not make any sudden or abrupt movements. Back way slowly and be sure the bear has an obvious escape route. If you are in your yard: Make sure you are in a safe area and that the bear has a clear escape route. Then, make noise or bang pots and pans to scare the bear away. Do NOT turn your back, play dead, climb a tree or run. Back away slowly into the house or a secure area. Avoid direct eye contact. Bears and many other animals may view this as aggressive behavior. Report any bear that is threat ening the safety of humans, pets or livestock to the FWCs Wildlife Alert hotline, 888404-FWCC(3922) (see the contact us page). Cell phone users can call *FWC or #FWC. Q. Are black bears fast runners or good climbers? A. Absolutely! Bears can run up to 35 mph and climb 100 feet up a tree in 30 seconds! Do NOT run or climb a tree when you encounter a bear. Dont run. Running triggers a chase instinct in many animals, including bears. You cant outrun a bear. Dont climb a tree. Bears are excellent tree climbers. Mother black bears often send their cubs up a tree when they sense danger. You dont want to end up in a tree with a couple of cubs above you and a mother bear below you! If a bear chases you, youll just end up fending off a bear in a tree rather than on the ground. Dont play dead or turn your back on the bear. Back away slowly, make sure the bear has a clear escape route. Stop and hold your ground if your movement away seems to irritate instead of calm the bear. If bears feel threatened, they may clack their teeth to gether, moan, blow, huff or paw the ground. The bear is showing you that it is as uncomfort able with the situation as you are. These are not indications of aggressive intent or an imminent attack. Truly predatory or aggressive black bears are eerily silent. Q. What do I do if the bear stands up on its hind legs? A. If the bear stands up, this is NOT an aggressive behavior. The bear is only trying to see you are and assess whether or not you are a threat. Back away slowly, making sure the bear has a clear escape route. Q. What do I do if a bear comes toward me or attacks? A. If the bear paws the ground, huffs and puffs, clacks and snorts, or runs directly at you but stops before reaching you and returns to where it started, it is trying to scare you off. If you stand your ground, the bear will likely stop and move away. No matter what happens, do not run away. Continue slowly backing away, talking and holding up your arms. The bear may charge or vocalize several times until it is comfortable turning its back on you and leaving. While there have been no predatory bear attacks on people in Florida, more than a dozen people have been bitten and scratched by bears defending themselves, cubs or food sources. If a black bear attacks you: Fight back aggressively. People in other states have successfully fended off black bear attacks using rocks, sticks or even their bare hands. Bears are wild animals and must be respected. Even though they are typically quiet and shy animals, they have the potential to seriously harm humans. Do not take unnecessary risks. All-sport passes for the 2012-2013 school year at Apopka open. Fred Priest, Apopka High athletic director, said the allsport passes, which will be good admission for all home sports events at AHS other than postseason playoffs, cost $50 per per son 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 avail able 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. Brunswick Wekiva Lanes has undergone renovations that include new televisions and a new scoring system. The center opened in Apopka in 1987. Chad Cribb, a 2001 Apopka High School graduate, will provide music for the June 7 Food Truck Round-Up.June and July are the main mating months for the Florida black bear.

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 11B daily basis in the sense there is some place the employee goes to every day. With that said, the decision to donate the kidney wasnt much of one. I just felt from the beginning it was the right thing to do and what I should be doing. I really felt there wasnt any other decision to be made. There are so many people who need others generosity and I was in a position to do it. They are people who are deal ing with circumstances beyond their control, not because they made bad decisions, so I did it. The journey to the deci sion actually began at home. While one of her twin nephews was in his mid-30s, he was diagnosed as being diabetic. That led to his kidneys failing him and his requiring dialysis three times per week. Love offered to donate a kidney to the nephew, but hers were not a match for him. The test to determine if a kidney is a suitable match for the donor is based on blood type and antibodies. However, the experi ence inspired her to see if she could help someone else. She signed up to become a donor on matchingdonors.com. There are 93,000 people every day who are on the list of needing a new kidney, Love was for my nephew. It went far beyond the tangible need for dialysis three times a week. It affected the rest of his day and his life in general. After the dialysis, his day was over. It tired him out to the point he needed to rest for most of the remain der of the day. I believe we are here to help others, so I thought since I have gone this far, why who would be a match and increase his or her quality of life. I talked to a lot of people and prayed about it, and the more I did, the more I felt at peace. I even talked to someone who donated a kidney. After several would-be-recipients got in touch with Love, she was contacted by Wirt and the two struck up a friendship. And she decided to donate her kidney to him. This time she ester, Minn., and was tested at the Mayo Clinic in December 2009. She also met Wirt and his wife. She returned in February to undergo the surgery. The surgery was performed on February 17, 2010. Wirt, who is in his early 60s, is a father for about two years due to his medical condition. The process in its simplest description consists of two parts. First the kidney is removed from the donor and then it is placed in the body of the recipient. In order for the process to work, the kidney has to be placed in the recipient as soon as it is removed from the donor. So while the kidney is being removed from the donor, the recipient is being prepped in the same room. Love said she was extremely sore from the surgery immediately after it, as she had a four-inch incision in her abdomen. Although sore, the next morning, Love was already on the road to recovery. She was released from the hospital and four days later she began walking as a means of cardio exer cise, which was a part of her daily routine. She spent a week in the Rochester area. Then she spent two weeks at her sisters (the mother of her nephew) house in Indiana. She returned to Florida four weeks after the surgery weeks. The recovery period usually takes about six weeks. I believe I gained a lot giving Tom a kidney, Love said. Because of the kidney, Tom has those things in his life which give it quality. A couple of days after the surgery, he ate couple of years. It isnt a big thing, but one which makes a difference. When someone has to live life without being able to do this or that, something is taken away from it. To be able to give someone that ability to live his life with quality again, words cant explain it. To see and hear the joy in other people which comes from being able to do those little things again are truly an experience which is satisfying and makes the donor feel he or she is contributing something. than I gave. The experience of being able to say that only are here to help others and to focus on what I can do, instead of what others havent done for me or what hasnt happened in life. In fact, I was walked down the aisle at my wedding by Tom, that in itself far outweighs what I gave up. She married her longtime boyfriend last month. Her sons love for the game of soccer pushed her to become a referee. Initially she was involved with the coach ing and management aspect of the sport. But she didnt know anything about soccer. So she could help her sons further their development as soccer players she wanted to learn as much as she could about the sport and in particular what is called the laws of soccer within the sports community. She determined the best way to learn and understand the sport, from its generalities to enroll in and take referee classes. Although the original intent was to enroll in and take referee classes so she could coach, she quickly fell in love with being a referee. I like refereeing so much better than coaching, Love said. I did not have any knowledge of the sport and being a referee allows me to apply all that I have learned since then in a way which shows an understanding of the sport and what it has to offer, as opposed to applying strategy and tac tics in a team-centered focus. I have always been a very active and physical person, and being a referee allows me to do that. of standing on the sidelines. I really love to exercise and as a referee, I am constantly running. As far as my responsibili a referee. My job as a referee is to create an opportunity that the game is won or lost by the actions or lack of actions of the players. The referee is supposed to manage and control the game in a way which doesnt prevent the players from feeling they won or lost the game. When a player comes to me after a game and says I did a good job of refereeing, they are saying thanks for letting them decide the game, even if they are on the losing team. No player should feel they didnt win or lose a game. Love moved to Central Indiana and became a member of the FHSAA, Intercollegiate and the Central Florida Soccer League. As a member of the Central Florida Soccer League, which oversees referees in the area, she refereed several games St. Andrews played in while settling into the area and developed a relationship with the team, as well as its players. She also had a close relation ship with a couple of the players who had died. In order to do what I said a referee is supposed to and purpose of a referee, he or she has to have good relationships with teams and players, Love said. So, the players asked me to referee the Memorial Cup and it is something I am honored to do. I look forward to it. I want to honor those who have passed on, as well. It is another way for me to give back. It is not as big as giving a kidney, but still means just as much because relationships and honoring my friends who died are important to me. Similar to the Ryder Cup in golf or the NHLs all-star game, the game uses a U.S.A. vs. world format. The world team won by a 6-1 score this year. The game was started to honor Eric Palimieso. A mem ber of St. Andrews FC and a Marine who died on April 2, 2006 while serving in Iraq. Since then, the purpose of the game has been expanded to include several other members of the St. Andrews family who have passed on. Loves nephew has since received a kidney and is able to live a normal life, including no symptoms of diabetes. 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rfnntttb b r r r r r fft r r rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n bbtt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnbtb n ffr ftf fb rfnntttb r r r r r rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf fbb rfnnttfbf r r r r bb r r r r bt rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf fb rffnftb bb r r r r r b r r bn r ff rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n bbnn tn t fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r fn nt bbnb t t tffr fnf fb r fntbb tt fff f ff rr r r r r r rf rr r r r r fr ffr r r rffr ffr fr fr rfr f f r rr rr r b f rf ntb tt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r btr br f ff f f r r r n r r n f rf n tt b tt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r btr r ff f f r r r n r r f rf n ttt btt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r tr tr f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n t btt r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t tt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r tr nr f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n t b r n n r n n t t nt t nt t tn b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r bbnr t r f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n ttt b r n n r n n t t n tt nt t tn t nt b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r tbr r f ff f f r r r n r r f rf ntbn r n n r n n t t nt t nt t tn n b n n n n bbtt n r ntbnr r fr f r btr r f ff f f r r r n r r f rf n t btt tt b tt ttt btt t b tt t b ttt b tbn ff fr r f ff ff r r r r n r f tr r ntb tnt r rbb n t tt r r t n brntbn bn rfnntttbt bt r r r r fb rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n fb f n n b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf f rfnntttbft r r r r r ff ft r r b r f rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t nt n ffr ftf f rffnntfb b r r r r r r r tt rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n bbnn n fnn nf r r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r t r fn tn bbnb ffr fnf fb rf ntb n r n r n r r n n b nn nn r n nnb t t t tt t t t t n t t r rt t t tt tt r t t b rf r rntb rf t b bb rf b r r r frf b r r r b bb r b r b r r n tt r r r br r r rbbrf r r br t b t t nt nt b t t t t t tt b bb t t t t t t tb b r r r r r r f r r n b b b r fr n b b f r br r r b rb f b r r rf b fbb r r b rbrrn r n t brr tt b br bb r f ntb n n f n nr n r r n r n f n n t t nt t t ntt tt tt t t t n t t t t t t t tt tt t t rf rfntb rf bf t b b bf t t t t r t t b n t n t b b b t b n b n b bnb tb f b b b tt fb rr n tbf n tt t t n t t t t t t t t t t t tt t t t tt tt t t t t t t t t t t t t t tt t t t t bttf r f r n tb b f nt n fr n t rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rf f bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnb r bf r rbfb rf frf b n b rf b n r nfb r bffbf r r nf b r r nrf rn nn nf r n f nn bf b n r nbfrbtbfrf r r b r b n r f t t t t t t t brr f nb bn brnr n tnbrr r r tt nnrf rnfbt nf t n fnrbfb n r r nf b r brbb n f rf r nnrbnf bf n n r bbr bf r n nbf n f n r fb r fn n n n n nbbnf n rbf rbrf r nf r nn bfrn rf n rf nf nn rf f nn rfn tnbr r rrr n n n rrrf n bbr nf bbf fnb rbnf b b n n rrrf b rf r n r rbf n nb brb r n r nfbrbnf rb bnrb rffnftb r r r r r r tn rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n nn n b fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r tb r bfn tn n ffr fnf fbbb r fntbt bbt ff fr r f f r r f f f f f ff ff ff fr ff tbbf f rr f nrtb f r t t r r r r ft r rt r ft t t r r f f r r br r n tb r r tt r t tt rb rr t t b b f f f f f f f t t rr tt r r ft r tft f n r r r t r f tbr r r tbr b tbr t r bb r bb b rr f r t r f f r rtbt t r f ntb n n f n n r n n r n f n n rr nn r n nn t nt t nt t t nt r nt t nt t r nt t t t tt tt n t t t rfn tb b n r b nn r r r r r f tt r b r bn r n rrf r n rn r n n r f t r b n b b b b n r n b b r b r n b n b n b b r t b tftf b r fntbt bbb nn fff r f f r f f f r rf ntbn t ntbn rftt ntbn t t bt b t f f f f t f f r nn ffbbbb b f t t n b t n tt t n t b t tb btbbn bb fn tbt

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rffnftffb r r r r r nft rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n bnn b fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt fr f trr r tf r bftr r r t r tfn n n ffr fnf ftt rfnnttffft bt r r r r r ff r rn ft t r r r tt rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t nt n ffr ftf f rfnnttfbb r r r r r b rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n n b fbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf fb rffnftb b r r r r f rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n t ftfb f fnn ntf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r fn n tn ffr fnf ftt rffnftbnf r r r r r r tfn rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n ntn t fnn nf r r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt fr f trr r tf r bftr r r tb r bfn tn n ffr fnf fbb rfnntttbb b r r r r rr f rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf fbf rffnftnbn r r r r r f rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n t ftf f fnn ntf r r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r fn nb tn b b bffr fnf ftb rfnntttbb r r r r r ffb f ft rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n n b ff n n f ftt tf n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf f rfnnttfttb r r r r r r fb rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n f f n n b b ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf f rfnntttbb b r r r r r bff rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n f f n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnftnfb b r r r r r fbf rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n f ft fnn nf r r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r fn n btbnb ffr fnf fbtt rffnftbbt r r r r r r tfbfn rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n nn tt fnn nbf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt fr f trr r tf r bftr r r r fn nb tn b b bffr fnf fttf rfnnttfbf b r r r r r r bb rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n f f n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnftbf b r r r r r nbff fbf rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n f ft fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r fn n btbnb ffr fnf fbt rfnntttb b r r r r r fbbf rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n n n n f f n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r r ft t bnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnfttb b r r r r r r fb rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n bf ftb fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r b r bfn n tn ffr fnf ftbt rffnftbn r r r r r tb r b rf rf nrr tbt b tb t tbf f f f f n fb f b fnn ntf r r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt frt f trr r tf r bftr r r b r fn bnt n t t tffr fnf fn r f nftbt f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnb n r b n n nf b tr n t b nnf tbbt nb r f f bnf rf rf fb b f b n b rb rf nb rf b nb nfb r n b trb n b bftbf b r r f tr rb b rb trr tfb bnb n tr n r bbnfb brffb rb n t

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f tn t tn r nt n rn f rn t fr t nn tf ft trt fn f t n f t n tt r t n fr rn tn rf bf nntn t fb n t ff nf b fn t t t t t r nnnb fnf fnf bfft fft nnt rtfn ttf ftb b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b b bb bb b b b b b b b b bb b b b rtf nfnf n r f ntb nnn r r bbb nnn f rf rr fr n n n tb tb n r b n nn n b f n n r n n rn nnn n r n nnb n b n b t f f n n nn b rn rn bn n n r n r n r rr frn rn rn n t t tf tf f f f f t tftt f f t ff t f f ft t t ft f f ftt n n n nb n t f f n b rf r r n n f rr rr nf b r f nftbb btttt r f r ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntrb bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb br n bnbn r b n n nf b t tr n tbt b nnf tbbt nb t r t t r f bnf rf rf fb b f b n b rb rf nb rf b nb nfb r n b trb n b bftbf b r r f tr rb b rb trr tfb bnb n tr n r bbnfb brffb rb n tbt r f ntb bbb r f nntb b r b t b b b b t b b b b t f tr f fr t r t f r f rf r t t ttr f fr t r t r t t fr r f t rt f f ffff tr ttn f r f b t fr f f f tr rff b rb fnnt f b f t b r b b r f ntbb bbb r f f n n n rf ntbn b bn n f b nb nt f n nfn f f f f r f b bn ntb t bn tb bbn b b f nb nn b n n bn bnn nf b t b n b n n b b b bn bn n bn b nt b nt nt nt n n f nt bf n bnn bn nt bn nt b bn n bbn nt b nt bn n tb b b nt n nt b bb bn b b n b b nt b bn t b b f bn n b f nbn nt b nn bn n n n nt nb bnb b nbn nt bn b b n nt r b n b b f bn bn b tf n bbb f bn nt n bn nt n nt t bbb ntb b b tb b b ttbt ftbt r fntb bnbn ff f f ff f ffb r f f fff f f b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt bbr fr f r r f r f tr f 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 t br f f f r f f f ff f r rt trbb rf f n t fbf tb b f b t tbb f b b b b bn f tb br f b b tb b b r f b b b b b r f r b b b b b b r f r b f tb b b r f rfbf bftb b b b b b b b t b n tf f b b b n b b b tbb f f n b b f fb b fn t bbb bb b t f f tb n t tb b f f tb b ftbb ffb rffntbtfn n r fn tb r f nt b bt r tt n nttntn f brr rr b b ff b fbf t nn t t n t nn t n t t b n nt n n t n t n t n n n t n t t tn rtt r r rfr r n tn f nrt b t tn f n bn n t r bn r b t t nnt b br f f bt t ff bt tf n rff rt rbff ff t f f bt frf r r trtn t tt b tn n n t n t n r bn btntnnt ntttnrn n r f r n tt b b n n t tb t tf t tb f b n tb b t t fntb btt b bb f t ff n r f rfr r n tn ntfb b bt n t t nt b f t f b b ttb br f b b b b bb t n bttb b fbb ffn b b f bfbrnt b bb bt t t b t b nt f t btnbtntb tbbbtft n r fntb r fn t b tn nn b nnn f r r bf rr n b n n n b n n n t n n n n b n n n n nn r r ff n t b t r r fr r r f n f f b b bff ffff b fb fbf f tb t ttbfbff tb rfntb r b rf nr ntrb f f rn t f nnt rb rn f bf fn n rn trf brf rn ff f bf fn rr n 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 rrf f ntbbbtnn f f f ff ff tbb f f rfn nt f b t f f bn t t tr bfnb rn fb f b rn n f bfnb f fb n b fr t t n n tn t n n bf n fb t f tn tbf r fn fb fb f bfnr t n n tn r nt n rn fb rn bb t fr fn tf ft tr t fn f tn tbf fn t n tbt n tt brb tn fr rn tn rfb b t f bn ntn b f f f n t tn f f r f f f tf frtn f brfn t br f fttbfnt tb nt fnfn nr tb t f nnb fn t trn nt t nt n trt t nf frrrnf fr tnfn n tt bfnt f rt r f tn tntr f n fbt tbf fn frn bfr t t rbb tn fff t bfn t nr tn fnt n n t n rbb fff r rr nfbfrtf f ttf bf fn fbt tbf tf f tbfft nnt rtfn tnfb bf t fr rtf ttbt tt 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 r f nn ft ft b b n nt bf n nr b n nt r ft f nt t bfn n fnt bbt fbt tn n ff fb r fntbt bttb rr r r f rr ff rf n r tbfr f n tn n r tr tbt rf f bf f n tbtbttb n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f f ff r r b rbfb rf f ff f rf r r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r fbf nf tr tbt r r r nrf rn n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb r f r r f tr f tb tr f r b n r r r n ttr rt 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 brrr r b r n r bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn n fnrbfb rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r n rtbt t rrf f ntbbb f ff f f f tbb f r f f rf n rf tb n r fr tbf n n bn b trbt rft rf tb bbf rb trbt r rft bfb bt f rb n n b n n b f tr f rft n rfb nf ntr b bf rf rft rft r b bbftrf b n b n b n b b rft b ttb n r r n rfbb brn bnbn r rfb nf ntr r nf b tbt b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt tb n fr tbf n t f tt f n b f n r b r bnf r tr n 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r fntb b nb f f fr r rr f f n f f f frtt f r f n t b t b f f b r t b b b r f r t b t r t tf b br f r r r r f r f r nbb r tbr tbtr tf r ff t f r b r t b t r r f t r r f r tb tb b r f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r fntb b nb f f fr r rr f f n bttr f rbb f r f n t b t b f f b r t b b b r f r t b t r t tf r f r r r r f r f r nbb r tbr tbtr tf r ff t f r b r t b t r r f t r r f r tb tb b r f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r fntb bbt n f f fr r f f rr f f n f rfntbb f rfntbb f n bb n f bb t ttr f r r r r nbb r tbr tbtr bb bb n nft rffr b b b ntbb r r r r r r r t r f br r tb b tbr r r rtt b n trtbt r fntb bt n f f fr r ffffr f rr f f n ffffr f f r ff ff ff f f r f n t b tb b f t b b b f f t b t f t t b t tr f r r tb r r f f nbb r tbr tbtr rt f r t r f r b f t b t f f r r t f r f f tb t b b f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r fntbb tbb n f f f r f r f ff r r r r r rr f f f rf fntb n nf rf fntb n nf f b r bbb t tr f r r bb b r r bbtt r ntr ntbn b b f f frt rfr t r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb nt nbrntbn bt r f ntb rr tntt n rn tntt t f f nnn n t t nn rf n rf tb bbf n bn b rb trbt rftbfb btfrb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf b rf rft r b b bbf trf b b n b n b n b 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 n t t b n n t t n t trr tfb tr n r rbb ntrrn n fbnrf bnfnrtb bnf bnrb r fntb bb n f f fr r fr r f f n btf rt f r f n t b t b f f b r t b b b r f r t b t r t tf br f r r r r f r f r nbb r tbr tbtr tf r ff t f r b r t b t r r f t r r f r tb tb b r f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r f ntb nn tt ntt t t tt ntt t n t trt ttt rt tt ttt trt tt nt tt t t n n rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb nf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b r n f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t nt n frb t n rfb f rb nt frb nt f b fbf f rfb f rb nt frb f b n nf r fbnb ntb nt f fn t nt n ffnbt n nbn trf nf n rf t tbf b b tfn f b nf nt f n tnb tntn b t nt bnt nf n nffn n nbt tn r tn nt r rtbntn nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nb fntff nf nb t b b n rt b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtbbb t t n t t t t t tt t t t t bf bf nfntf f fnt nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb bf t f bf t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bf b t b rfr rt f b n nt bf bnt b f fb tf n b nb b tt rb n n bt n nbf b n t nf nt b b fnt b nb b ft b nb tt n n nbt b nfbnb t b f t r tbnb rfb tbfnbt nb fb fnt tr rb fnt fn bt tb nbf bnt t n ff b b f t nft f nf n nb b n n fntbt nnf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn n r f ntb ft r r r n frnn n f r f n tbt bb r r r r r rr r n br n r r r r r r br br r f f n b fb rb r n r n b r r nrr r r r r r r rr r r r r tbt tb n bbr rbbt r r bb btf r r r n r r r b n r r r br r r n b rr brbb r fntbt bb nb f f fr r frrr f f n fff rr ff rr f fnf tbbnf f f n bf b f f n n rr f nb t f bf bf n n bf n nb rr f n n n bf bf f t tf fbnf nbfn t tr f r r r r nf b n f f f n f n fnf nf f b nbb f r tbr tbtr nf n n t nnf ffb tb f n n f fn f t tf n f nf f t bf n n f n nf f n bff tbn f f ttn nrr fnrr n fn rn b bfr f r 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r fntb ff r r r r ff r f f f ff r r f ffff r rrfn tbt bn fbb r bn ffbt ttnrrr ttnfr b ttn b bb t btt r f f r f r f r f r n r rb tb rnr b t b t ttt b tb tb tt tb t tb bt b ttb tb t b b tbt tb b b b t r b t r b n ttb tb t t b t tb t t t r fnnr tb rn r tb tb tttttb b r rr rr r t r fntbb t r f f f fr r ff frff tbb r r f fr f f f fr f f f f ff r r fffff tr f f rfntb ff b b ff t b r f f f r r r f r f r f r n b r rtt r t f b t b t b b f f f r nf t f t b b b rr t f f b b ff trtbt rfntbt bn r rr rr r r r r rrr rr r rrnttb f frf f r rf nt b r f n b nf n b rfn f b fn b n fb b n f f t b fn nt f n n nbn ff ff n nn b f f f tf fb ft t b bff nn fn rfn b r r b r nnn n r r r r r r r r r f tb f b n n f ff tn n n b t b rf ntbr f r r rr r r r r r t r rf n n fb n n b nf rfn tf nft t r ffrfn f rtf fbfb b f n f r bt t nt bbf fb nbntbn b r fntbt bb n f f fr r rr f rf n ff bff 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 t r f r r 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 fntbt bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n tbff tb rb 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 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 t r fntbn ttn f f f r f r f ff r r r r r rr f rf f ntb nb b f ntb nb b n f tb tnr f r r bb b r r n n r n b t n b bn f r r r r r r n r f btr r r t ntr r r bb f f f f rtbbnb t nbrntbn b r fntbn ttn f f f r f r f ff r r r r r rr f rf nt f nt b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b f t nr f r r bb b r r b rb t t b t b b b b b b b b b b b f r r r r r r n r f btr r r t ntr r r bb f f f f r nbrntbn b r fntb b r fr rf r f f fff f f ffff f ffff f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f ff ff r f rr fr nt br n tr br rt n tr ft r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r f ff f r f r nr r fr f r f 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 t br f f f r f f f ff f r rt brbb n r fntbt bbb nn fffr f f rf f nf nf rfntn nf bbr rfn f rfntn f bbr rfn r r r f f f n f f f n n f f bttbb bbttbb bn n bttttbbbb nn ffbbbb b t r r r f r tr t rr r r r r t fnt t tb btbbn bb fn btt ttbt r f ntb nnn b r r bbb r f ntbf t r f ntbf t b r r f t r t r r t nf r t b t r b t r r rr t r b r t nf r ff f fb r r tb t r r ftb tn b ff n ttnttb r b r tb t r n f fb t t t t r bb b b rnttb t n b fn b t n r f n r n nn b r ff ntbbb nnb r r f r b b f f r b r b f r r b r rfn tb t r r f r r n r r r r r r n b r r f r r n r n r r r n r t n t f rr b rf r fntbt bb fffr f r n f r nf rfrntb f f f f f t f t t f f f f nn ffbbbb bf f r fnn r f r r n fnt t tb btbbn bb fn nn ttbt b r f ntbb bt f r f f f f rf n r ttrb fr tf n n n r 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 f r f f f f t f r f n bt r f ft 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 ntb ft rr r n nn n f r f n t bfb ff n r r n rnn r nrn rn r rn nbr r f r r br br r r n r tn n r n b r r tnrr r r r n rn r r rnrn nr n r r r bf n bfb t t rnn rffb nr r bff r r r n r r r b n r r r br r r n ff rr brbb r fntb t ff r r r ff r f ffff r rfntbbtt bnf rftt r rfrbttbtt bnfrr b tb b t bt nt n f tr r r r r f br f r n f r rb b t btb rr n f n bt tb tt btb b t btt bt tt t b n tb t tt b b f bt tt t fr b nb fr ttt f f b n b bt t n t n bt tb b t bt r r t f frr btb btt b t rrfr r t r f f ntb f tn n r t nbnn rbn bbnt ff r ff f r rf rntf t bt t r tr tf bttnf t nf rf tf tnr f f r ff f f r f fr fr ffr f ff f r f f r f r f r r f rrnf t rf t r n t r t tb t nf bf nb rf t n tf n nr n t t rnfnb b rt f t r n n r r rf tnnfr n tb n t n bt n tf rnfnb b rt f t nnr rb tnrbrnf rrnf t bt nb rfnftrnft nntf tf n ntrnb nnbr r fntbb tbtt r r f r ff f r rfn tbrr bb n b r f n tb tt ntr t f b b f f r btr f r b tr b r r b rbb bt b t b b rr bb b tr ntr rb b r t r t t t b t b rt b rt tt r b t rrrt t t tb nbrntbn b

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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 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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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 2AAll About Apopka The Apopka ChiefEstablished 1923 (USPS 545-440) The Apopka Chief is published every Friday and entered as Periodicals, postage paid at Apopka Post OfThe Apopka Chief newspaper is published by Foliage Enterchanges to The Apopka Chief The Apopka Chief www.theapopkachief.com, news@theapopkachief.com City of Apopka Telephone Numbers Orange County Telephone Numbers Other Area Numbers of Note 911 www.apopka.net Elections Supervisor Fire/Rescue Property Appraiser Utilities 911 U.S. Senators 1-202-224-3041 U.S. Representatives State Representatives State Senators Orange County Public Schools Superintendent Miscellaneous The Apopka Chief Museum looking forward to the collaborative effort with have been working to develop funding plans for network and a lot of hard work has gone into provide a statewide guideline for how the inspecApopka were given the option to participate in tion Strategies Study, which has been ordered, is of sale inspection is allowed unless the proand presents a sanitary nuisance, it will fail the By Sherry Brunson tor Trail will open today, Friday, June 1, with a rack, a playground and a rustic board with trail three phases, is located on an old levee in the lurk in nearby waters and that the large reptiles dinner and ask their owners to keep their pets on a and scraped it with a grader, wet it down and then Overhanging shelters with picnic tables are also planned for the trail, and hikers are encourThe sites offer electricity, showers, water, and There is usually a good breeze off the lake Apopka Loop Connector Trail opening on north shore of Lake Apopka Continued from page 1A Continued from page 1ASeptic: New law gives authority to countiesParkway: Agencies will build their own portions 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. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. WEKIVA RIVERWALKWEKIVA SPRINGS RD, APOPKA June 1-3 $6 MOVIES All DaySunday Only 3D MOVIES NOW AVAILABLE!MEN IN BLACK 3D (PG13) 1:20; 4:00; 7:10; 9:50 THE AVENGERS 3D (PG13) 4:10; 10:35 SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN (PG13) 1:30; 4:20; 7:15; 10:10 MEN IN BLACK (PG13) 1:50; 4:30; 7:40; 10:20 CHERNOBYL DIARIES (R) 2:00; 7:50; 10:15 BATTLESHIP (PG13) 1:10; 4:15; 7:20; 10:25 WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOURE EXPECTING (PG13) 1:05; 3:50; 7:00; 9:40 THE AVENGERS (PG13) 1:00; 7:30 DARK SHADOWS (PG13) 1:40; 4:40; 7:45; 10:30 THE DICTATOR (R) 4:50 All interested parties may appear and be heard with respect to this hearing. Please be advised that, under State law, if you decide to appeal a decision made with respect to this matter, you will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, which record includes a testimony and evidence upon the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk's Office at 120 E. Main Street, Apopka, Florida 32703, Telephone (407) 703-1704, not later than five (5) days prior to the proceedings. Apopka City Council Jay Davoll, P.E. May 25, 2012 & June 1, 2012 Community Development Director G:\Shared\4020\PLANNING_ZONING\Annexations\12 Cycles 1\1st AD-1-4 Paged 136481 NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2261-2264 NOTICE is hereby given that the property owners noted below and shown in the attached vicinity map have made application, in accordance with Florida Statutes 171.044 and the Apopka Code of Ordinances, Part III, Land Development Code, Article XII, Section 12.04.00, to the City of Apopka City Council, for ANNEXATION of the properties shown in the following map: MAP FOR REFERENCE ONLY AND NOT TO SCALE ORD. NO. ITEM NO. OWNERS NAME LOCATION 2261 1 Z ELLWOOD PROPERTIES, LLC NORTH OF FUDGE ROAD AND EAST OF HERMIT SMITH ROAD PARCEL ID: 36 20 27 0000 00 039 2262 2 ZELLWOOD PROPERTIES, LLC NORTH OF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AND WEST OF HERMIT SMITH ROAD PARCEL ID: 36 20 27 0000 024 2263 3 THE BELL TRUST SOUTH OF HOG S HEAD ROAD AND WEST OF HERMIT SMITH ROAD PARCEL ID: 01 21 27 0000 00 047 2264 4 RICHARD P. WELKER JEFFREY M. WELKER TRUST NORTH OF KEENE ROAD AND EAST OF STANFORD ROAD PARCEL ID: 22 21 28 0000 00 108 PARCEL ID 22 21 28 0000 00 117 The proposed annexations, as indicated in the map of this advertisement, may be inspected by the public in the City of Apopka Community Development Department, and/or the office of the City Clerk, at 120 E. Main Street, Apopka, Florida (Apopka City Hall). NOTICE is hereby given that public hearings to consider the future adoption of ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2261-2264 will be held by the City of Apopka City Council at its regularly scheduled meetings in the City Council Chambers of the Apopka City Hall on Wednesday, June 6, 2012, beginning at 1:30 P.M. and Wednesday, June 20, 2012 beginning at 8:00 P.M. or as soon thereafter as possible. NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2261-2264 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. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. Central Florida's Professional Sod Installers

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 3A The legislative appropriation has provided a great opportunity to begin to resource in the heart of Florida and provide oped by a cooperative effort of the Florida breaks are installed to protect the plantings, opportunities will provide greater public landing will be created through dredging and encourage the public to get out there strategically placed to concentrate sport Grants will also be solicited which would enable innovative technology to be Apopka ecology and re-establish the highSchool will sponsor a proThe reason for this is that realizing that the current buildI have been approached on and off school grounds in hearing how this current buildZellwood and have listened to stories about friends and relaAdditionally, donated capsule or display cases, which will be showcased in the new bers and friends will have the opportunity to stroll through regarding the construction School will be held Tuesday, known as the Apopka Ninth Public Schools will attend to update parents and other interested individuals about the tary School, which is located at Rk. 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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 Friday June 15. 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 that will 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 our being able to do that. Campers are instructed by the basketball coaching staff of Wekiva and its players. The program has been stateranked for the entirety of each of the last three seasons and compiled a combined 51-30 (.630) 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, defense 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 amount of minutes. Several contests are another featured 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 tshirt and basketball. All of the money which is raised summer program, Williams said. Between June 1 and July 1, we (Wekiva varsity team) will be playing in a summer league and participating in three weekend camps. We will play about 30 games altogether. The summer program is a vital part of our overall program and it costs between $2,500 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. Enrollment is limited to 60 campers and last year was a sell-out. For more information, contact coach Williams at 1-863-521-1120 or scott. williams@ocps.net. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Spring practice for Wekivas 2012 football team ended on Thursday, May 24, exactly the way it is supposed to, with its spring game against Lake Minneola proving what its strength is and what it has to improve on if it is to move past where it is now. The Mustangs won by a 24-14 score over the Hawks despite seven fumbles bles lost and an interception), because the power of its running game overwhelmed Lake Minneolas defense and the Hawks had their own issues. Lake Minneola turned the ball game bogged down, the Mustangs punted the ball to the Hawks. However, it turned out to be the best situation for the Mustangs as, on Lake Minthe game, Wekivas Dequan Harvey smashed into the offensive line and then running back Walteze Collier, jarring the ball loose. Harvin picked up the line of scrimmage and rambled 37 yards down the left sideline to give Wekiva a 7-0 lead it would never relinquish. On its next possession, the Hawks were once again hamstrung by their inability to block as quarterback Ricardo Housen was tackled at the line of scrimmage on a quarterback draw and fumbled. W ekiva once again took the opportunity and ran with it, literally. The Mustangs put together a 13-play drive which moved the ball from the Wekiva 29 to Lake Minneolas 5 and consumed 6:31 off the clock. Although the Mustangs the score still upped the lead to 10-0. Wekiva ran the ball 10 plays on the 13-play drive. The Mustangs running game systematically exposed the weakness as with a combination of power and strength, the Wekiva offensive line pushed the Hawks back at the line of scrimmage repeatedly and then the ball-carriers did the same when they hit the line of scrimmage. W ekivas lead was upped to 16-0 with lightning-quick precision. With 8:42 left in the second quarter, quarterback Bart Bell completed a 55-yard pass to Derrol Dillard. Running down the left sideline, By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff The visiting team rules in the ApopkaDaytona Beach Seabreeze series, and the spring game Wednesday, May 30, between the Blue Darters and Sandcrabs at Daytonas Municipal Stadium was no exception as Apopka The Class 8A Blue Darters dominated the Seabreeze made more of a game out of it in the second half, but the Class 6A Sandcrabs couldnt overcome Apopkas big halftime lead. Immediately after the game, Apopkas Rick Darlington and Seabreezes Marc Beach were complimentary of each others programs. The Apopka ChiefJune 1, 2012, Page 1B See the story and picture at the bottom of the page about the Apopka Little Leagues Top Team tournaments. Despite rain earlier in made ready for play on Tuesday, May 29, as the league determined its Top Team champions in the major, minor, and coach-pitch leagues. the District 23 tourney.Q. The Wekiva and Apopka football teams both endteams meet in the fall? Sports By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff W ith the regular season now completed and its champions determined, the Apopka Little League begins its pursuit of the District 23 championships. This weekend, Apopkas champions play in the Top Team tournament, which pits the champions of each league   which are members of District 23   against each other. At the end of June, District 23 begins its all-star tournament. Those teams are made up of the best players in each league as voted by their coaches. The winners advance to the section tournament. The section champs advance to the state event, which is followed by the regional tournament and, Series for the older groups. The Apopka Little League major league all-star squad won the U.S. championship in 2001. The league receiving one charter has completely changed everything for us, especially playing outside the league, Little League president Gary Odom said. Our teams are much stronger now because we no longer have to divide the best talent equally among two teams. It is all on one team. It will help us for the top team championship, but it will also be even more important for the Spencer Hancock of the Apopka Little League major league Red Sox slides in safely as Cubs catcher Peter Penwarden waits on the throw. The Red Sox won the leagues Top Team tournament with an 8-6 victory over the Cubs. See BASEBALL Page 3BApopka Little League squads begin Top Team district tourneyWekiva, Apopka have successful spring endingsMustangs defeat Lk. MinneolaDarters have strong 1st half in 22-7 victory over SeabreezeWekiva boys basketball will host summer camp June 11-15Sam Jallah fends off a Lake Minneola defender who is trying to strip the ball from his grasp. Wekiva coach Scott Williams will host the summer camp. Apopka running back Ray Ray Smith scoots past several Seabreeze defenders in Apopkas 22-7 victory over the Sandcrabs. 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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 3B all-star tournament. (Formerly) With the two teams, we had to split the talent and we couldnt move players from one league to the other. If a player was on an American League team, then he/she had to play on the American AllStars and the same for the National League. Having one league made the teams more balanced, so the games were much closer and that, of course, forces the players to become better players. We played a championship tournament this year which will also be important for us. There were more opportunities to improve for both the teams and players, but it also forced the players and teams to become better. Each team played as a learning tool to get ready for where we are now. This years Apopka teams which will be playing for the Florida District 23 Little League baseball championships are Braves (minors, 9-10), Red Sox (majors, 11-12), Braves (juniors, 13-14). Apopkas Pink softball team will also be playing for the championship. The minor Braves defeated the Rays by a 3-2 score to advance. That game was scoreless after four innings. The Red Sox took the majors championship by an 8-6 score over the Cubs. It was a huge accomplishment for the Red Sox as the Cubs sported a 19-0 record coming in to the championship game. The juniors do not have a championship tournament and therefore by season standings, the Braves claimed the division championship. The same was true of the Pink softball team. The coach-pitch age division also played its championship game Tuesday, May 29. The Phillies claimed the championship by virtue of a 9-0 victory over the Cubs. However, there is no top-team district championship for that age group. The championship tournament was great, Odom said. All the games were close, which means the players got that experience of playing close games in elimination situations. That is what they will be facing at the Top Team tournament, close games which will be decided by a couple of plays late in them. We think we will do well because of all those factors. This is the strongest we have been in awhile. We feel all of the teams are capable of winning the district championship and bringing home the banner. As far as our strengths, the pitching has been outstanding this year. All of the teams go two starting pitchers deep and most of them are three deep. It stood out among the whole league, but of course, it is the best at the top, so if it stood out among the whole league, the top teams are even better. The other general areas of hitting and the pitching was a little bit below the year, it has reached that same level. We feel we are strong in all areas of the game this year, and as far as on This years Top Team District 23 tournament schedule began Thursday, May 31, past press time. The Braves (minors) played at 6 p.m. That game was followed by the majors taking the on Saturday and Monday (except the softball). The Braves (juniors) play at 6 p.m. today, Friday, June 1 and then also play on Saturday and Tuesday. All games except for the softball teams are at Maitlands Little League baseball complex, located on Keller Avenue. The softball team will be playing at Oviedos Little League complex, which is located off King Road. Continued from page 1BThe coach-pitch Phillies won their Top Team tournament on Tuesday, May 29, defeating the Cubs for the Apopka Little League championship. Shown are, (l-r), front row, Garrett Hebert, Robert Gonzalez, Gavin Adams, Dylan Kirkland, and Adam Johnson. Middle row, Brandon Johnson, Jake Carter-Palmer, Dumas Wiercioch, Amaury Pierce, Leo Wentzel, and Logan Chapman. Back row, coaches Billy D. Johnson, Derek Kirkland, and Brad Meridith. Josh Zellak is all smiles as he rounds third base on his way home after slugging a home run in the Red Sox 8-6 win and... ...his teammates are all smiles as they wait on him to get to home plate. The Red Sox will now represent Apopka Little League in the District 23 Top Team tournament. The minor league tournament championship game had plenty of action, as shown here when the Rays Eric Wright prepares to slide toward home plate as the Braves catcher Chris Medlock waits on the throw. Medlock got the throw in time to tag Wright out in the Braves 3-2 victory over the Rays. 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If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil League

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Cynthia Love is a soccer referee, and on Sunday, May 27, she was the referee for the St. Andrews football clubs Memorial Cup played at the Northwest Recreation Complex in Apopka. It s an annual game played by St. Andrews to honor the legacy of those who were a part of their family and to raise funds for children charities. As always, she was the gatekeeper decisions regarding the laws of the game, and the person who was most responsible for the And all of it is rooted in her ability to develop strong relationships with those involved. But, for Tom Wirt, the relationship he has with Love did not begin as two people who are involved in the same arena of life or because of a common interest. The relationship began with the hope of being and has been the same as a get-out-ofjail-free-card for him. Unable to do some of the most basic and everyday acts, the quality of his life was gradually declining because his kidneys werent functioning. That is until a little over two years ago when Love felt the call to donate a kidney and chose her cross-country friend to be the recipient. I was more concerned about having to take time off from work, especially since I am essentially an independent contractor, Love said. I dont work in a 9-5 or regu The Apopka Triple Threat U10 Arsenal girls soccer team enjoyed great success in tournament play since the beginning of the year. The local squad participated in eight The team started off the year by winning the Ormond Beach Invitational tournament championship in January while playing up an age group. Their next tournament would be the Brevard Fall Challenge where the Apopka team once again played in the event. Their success continued into February as the girls participated in the Disney Presidents Day Shootout where they won the championship in their age group playing in the highest division. In April, the team won the Orlando Easter Challenge in Apopka, and continued their winning ways with two additional tournament championships at the Joey Uvalle Classic and the Ormond Beach Live tournament in early May. In the middle of May, the Arsenal girls won the fourth annual Nike Champions Cup in Apopka to earn their sixth championship of the year as they competed in the highest (Gold) division. As the tournament season came to an end, the local squad rounded off their season at the Disney Memorial Day Soccer the highest division available for their age group. nament season with 26 wins, 3 draws, and only 4 losses. This was a great achievement for the team, but more importantly, it was a fantastic opportunity for the girls to play and enjoy the game they love with their teammates while making new friends along the way said coach Naji Khouri. Playing for the Triple Threat Arsenal were Jaiden Thomas, Kami Switters, Janae Torres, Erica Treadwell, Madison Tryon, Elizabeth Walls, Sydney Cox, Grace Hinerman, Cameryn Wigmore, Lanie Grimando, Brooke Schulz, Kara Haas, Makenna Kramer, Macy Laszaic, Riley Rojahn, and Bella Recinos. unteer based organization dedicated to promoting youth soccer and providing quality soccer training and education to youths in our area. The programs are open to all youths U5-U15 regardless of experience or background. The clubs mission is to make soccer available to all children who want to play. Visit http://www.TripleThreatFC. com for club information opportunities. See KIDNEY Page 11B Linked arm in arm as they celebrate a victory, Apopka Triple Threat U10 Arsenal team members are, (l-r), Janae Torres, Macy Laszaic, Lanie Grimando, Bella Recinos, Kami Switters, Makenna Kramer, Erica Treadwell, Brooke Schulz, Sydney Cox, and Grace Hinerman.As Kara Haas is about to score, teammate Sydney Cox backs her up. Grace Hinerman controls the soccer ball with her knees. U.S. Army veteran and Asian languages expert Richard Hackworth is one of seven men selected to be featured in The movie is called The Warriors Quest and is a documentary about modernday masters of ancient martial arts. Hackworth, who teaches the Korean martial arts of Taekwondo and Hapkido at the Horizon Center in Apopka, was chosen after the movies producer saw him on the World Martial Arts TV Show. The movie is about everyday people who just happen to also be martial arts experts. The movie feature a Tennessee minister, a grandfather, a nurse, a machine shop owner, a lawyer, a school bus driver, and Hackworth who is a writer. The movies producer, Kevin Huston said: The idea worlds most dangerous men arent who you would think. We want to show that real martial artists dont take steroids in the movies. They are ordinary people with extraordinary skills. Huston went on to say: Hackworth was an excelAmerican to be appointed to the Grand Masters Counsel in Korea and has earned Hall of Fame awards in 16 categories. Richard Hackworth said that he enjoys teaching children and families and wants to give come bullying and have a successful life. T o celebrate his latest accomplishment, Hackworth is offering a free week of training to all Apopka residents. He can be reached by e-mail at thehorizoncenter@gmail.com. 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 for the car wash is a minimum of $5 per vehicle. It s crunch time in the NBA. Four teams are left in the race for the championship, and this weeks match-up to watch is Miami vs. Boston. In fact, for many years, the Boston Celtics have been in the running for an NBA championship, which prompted local radio show host Roger Franklin Williams to invite Celtic great Dave Cowens to join the Talkin Old School radio program this Saturday, June 2 from 11 a.m.-noon on 740 The Game. W illiams is a 1975 graduate of Apopka Memorial High School. During his career in the NBA, Cowens was named CoRookie of the Year in 1971 and he was also selected as NBA MVP in 1973. Additionally, he was MVP of the 1973 NBA All-Star Game and was named to the NBA 50th anniversary All-Time Team. Cowens career was characterized by allout intensity at both ends of the court. He was regarded by many as the Best Defensive Rebounder in NBA history (9+ per game, all-time record). He scored more than 13,000 points and has more than 10,000 rebounds during his NBA career. The Celtics retired his No. 18 jersey. He began his coaching career by serving as a combined player/coach for the Boston Celtics during the 1978-79 season, He served as assistant coach for the San Antonio Spurs from 1994-1996, before going on to become head coach of the Charlotte Hornets in 1996. He also served as head coach of the Golden State Warriors from 1999 to 2001. Prior to his professional career, Cowens attended Florida State University from 1967 to 1970. At FSU, he scored 1,479 points in 78 games, averaging 19 points per game. He still ranks among Florida States top 10 all-time scoring leaders and still holds the record for career rebounds. As with the Celtics, Cowens jersey was retired at FSU. During his career with the Boston Celtics, Dave Cowens intense, bare-knuckle, blue colOld School, Williams said. Im very pleased that NBA Hall of Famer and Boston Celtics legend Dave Cowens will join me on Talkin Old School to share his insights on the Celtics-Heat Series with Talkin Old School listeners, and to reminisce about his extraordinary career. In addition to the interview with Cowens, Williams will speak with UCF Director of Basketball Operations Brendon Suhr, a former Orlando Magic, Detroit Pistons and U.S. Olympic Team assistant coach from 11-11:15 a.m. Suhr will discuss the Orlando Magic coaching situation and give his insights about the NBA playoffs. Suhr was the lead assistant on the 1987 and 1988 NBA Champion Detroit Pistons and the 1992 Gold Medal winning U.S. Olympic basketball team, also known as the Dream Team. Suhr is the author of the just released book, Chuck Daly Coaching U a compilation of Dalys coaching philosophies along with inside accounts of Dalys career coaching highlights. W illiams will also speak with Jim Flanagan, a national tional sales manager for Nautilus Industries, who will be on the show. Fans of the Talkin Old School radio program know that Williams features in-depth interviews with sports legends from back in the day, as well as hard-edged commentary on contemporary sports from a perspective that honors the old school ethos of hard work, teamwork and respect for the game, in his hour-long weekly sports radio program. T alkin Old School combines interviews with national cus on the teams local fans are passionate about, such as the University of Florida Gators, Florida State University Seminoles and University of Central Florida Knights. Talkin Old School also includes a regular Old School Knights feature with Kaley Budnik. The show will also stream live on the stations Web site at http://www.740thegame.com. Williams also posts frequent updates on his Twitter page (@ Tebow_Defender), YouTube Tebow Truth channel, as well as his Facebook page. 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 four-mile 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 will go to and protect the Wekiva River system. The Friends of the Wekiva River   idea that 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 or support it.   W e 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 event.   W e munity 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 407-8842023, email wekivawaterrace@gmail.com or visit wateradventurerace.weebly.com. Richard Hackworth of Apopka will appear in a martial arts movie named The Warriors Quest.

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 6B Dillard caught the ball around the 20-yard line and ran untouched into the end zone, as he had a two-step advantage on the defensive back. It was the punt. W e have been emphasizing throughout spring practice to the defense to be more aggressive than we have the last few years and to stand its tangs coach Ty Parker said. We have not only been talking about the need for the defense to hold the fort, but to also contribute. We are putting in a new offense and because of the low number of coaches, we have had to do it piece by piece. The defense this spring and at least for the start of the regular season, has been counted on to do that. Getting that (early) turnover and then converting it into points was exactly what we needed. It set the tone and gave us a cushion to work with. We put ourselves in a couple of bad positions and that shows we still have work to do, but tonight, that early lead created by the defense gave us enough to withstand the mistakes and those mistakes leading to their offense gaining a rhythm and then yards. The key was the offense controlled the clock and their offense had several three-and-outs for almost the turnover. On the possession before Wekivas second touchdown, the ball was fumbled on three consecutive plays. Lake Minneola recovered the third fumble, but was forced to punt after only three plays on the ensuing possession. Wekiva committed a fourth fumble with a little over three minutes left in the second quarter and once again disaster was averted as Terrance Ross intercepted the ball as Lake Minneola attempted a wide-receiver pass. The Mustangs possession again ended with a turnover as Bell threw the ball to Hakeen Tompkins and also, yet once again, disaster was avoided as the defense held Lake Minneola to a three-and-out. However as is always the case, the fumbles eventually caught up to Wekiva. With 33 time. It took Lake Minneola only three plays to put the ball into the end zone. After a 34yard pass completion to Jahmari Walden and a 17-yard run by Collier, Jones connected with Marvin Hart in the end zone for 18 yards. Hart caught the 18-yard pass on a stop and turn move in the front corner of the end zone, jumping in front of the defensive back. Giving up the touchdown mage didnt have that much to do with the outcome of the game, Hawks coach Corey Brinson said. It put us in the position of being behind, but we bounced back and got back into the game. What really caused us to lose was turning the ball over three times in the red zone. It is something that coaches say over and over, but thats because games are usually decided by the most basic elements of football and the simplest reasons. When teams take care of the football, they win. Then they secured the victory with that power running game. It was brutal when the game came down to who was more physical and they shut the door. It wore us down just enough we couldnt stop it when we had to during the fourth. It ate up the clock during the second half. We fell behind by a 16-0 score, but we fought back and through the mistakes. However, we just coming back. While Wekivas effort was of the second half was enough to do that and as Brinson pointed out, it was centered around the power running game. The drive took 13 plays, covered 71 yards and ate up 6:28 of the clock. It began with a four-yard run by Watson and down run. In between, all but 10 of the yards were gained on the ground. The Mustangs converted a total of three third downs. Wekiva ran basic single-wing plays for most of the drive, running Watson up the middle and getting Reggie Brown to the outside. On the following possession, Lake Minneola drove the ball from its 28 to Wekivas 3-yard line where it attempted a screen to the left side. The ball was initially tipped by Sam Jallah and then intercepted by a diving Reggie Brown. On its next drive, Lake Minneola fumbled the ball at the Mustangs 8-yard line. However with 7:10 left in the game, Jones completed a 39-yard pass to Julian Gordon. That pass was also initially tipped by one of the other wide receivers as it was overthrown due to the pressure on the quarterback. But the ball bounced through the air right into the hands of Gordon, who was perfectly positioned to nab the ball at the 10 and then run into the end zone. Lake Minneola was facing a fourth-and-15 after Jones had been sacked. But, it was only a measure of respect for the Hawks, as the Mustangs then held onto the ball for 10 plays. It did not score and the drive ended because of a fumble, but 5:01 was taken off the clock as the Mustangs ran the ball on eight plays and it was moved from its 20 to the Hawks 35. A 19-yard pass completion from Bell to Damon Patterson was the big play as Wekiva had been backed up to its 9-yard line after a holding penalty. Lake Minneola then committed an encroachment penalty to The Mustangs never had yards for a new set of downs The door for whatever opportunity still existed for a Lake Minneola victory was slammed shut with the drive. W e fumbled the ball seven times, Parker said. That is a result of a lack of focus, not a lack of being unable to run the offense, but we like what the offense did when it didnt fumble the ball. It showed it could move the ball. That is encouraging and something we are going to build on especially considering we did what we did with only 15 days of putting in the offense. The fact that Lake Minneola is only a second-year school which did what it did when it got its offense going should be considered. T o see them doing what they did heading into only their second year is scary for the rest of the football community. What the power running game did is also very important. When (Wekiva offensive coordinator Charles) Nassar took over the offense, I showed him Watson and Scott. He said he couldnt see them being our featured running backs because they are so big. But, he worked with them and saw they are quick and agile to go with their strength. Tonight, coach Nassar had the game plan which put them in the position to use those attributes and they ran with it, literally. W atson, Scott and Bell combined to run the ball for 133 yards on 37 carries. Bell completed 10-of-19 attempts for 194 yards. He threw one interception and a touchdown. Lake Minneola was led statistically by Collier, who gained 101 yards on 16 carries. Jones completed 6-of-9 passes for 123 yards and threw two touchdowns and no interceptions. W e have a daunting task in front of us (the 2012 schedule), Parker said. And obviously, we have more work to do. The fumbles have to stop, the right direction to becoming a championship contender and a playoff regular. W ekiva LM First downs 22 12 Rushes-yards 51-205 26-130 Passing yards 194 175 Com-Att-Int 10-20-2 10-19-2 Fumbles-lost 7-5 3-3 Penalties-yards 6-48 9-70 W ekiva 10 6 8 0 24 Lk. Minn. 0 7 0 7 14 W -Harvin 37 fumble return (Var1:06; W-D. Dillard 55 pass from Bell (kick failed) 8:42 2nd; LM-Hart 18 pass from Jones (Mortlock kick) :06.7 2nd; W-Watson 5 run (Watson from Jones (Mortlock kick) 7:10 4th. Individual statistics son 14-44, 1TD; Bell 11-37; Jallah 4-27; Brown 4-13; Team 4-0. Lake Minneola-Collier 16-101; Housen Jones 3-(-9). Passing: Wekiva-Bell 10-19-1, 194, 1TD. Jernigan 0-1-1, 0. Lake Minneola-Jones 6-9-2, 123; Housen 4-11-0, 52, 1TD. Receiving: Wekiva-Patterson 4-74; D. Dillard 3-63, 1TD; Rutz 1-42; Bargaineer 1-10; Ross 1-5. Lake 1TD; Walden 1-34; Hart 1-18, 1TD; Williams 1-17; Jernigan 1-12; McTigue 1-5. Continued from page 1BWekiva: Turnovers were a big problem for both Mustangs and Hawks The pigskin is loose after one of several fumbles between the two teams, however, on this play, Lake Minneola recovered its own fumble in Wekivas 24-14 victory on Thursday, May 24. With Sam Jallah leading the way, quarterback Bart Bell looks for a hole in the Lake Minneola defensive front. Wekiva linebacker Ernie Davis reaches for a Lake Minneola runner during the rst half of the Mustangs 24-14 spring game victory. After Dequan Harvin returned a fumble 37 yards for a score, he celebrates with assistant coach Steve Ogden. Reggie Brown was one of multiple ballcarriers for Wekiva in the spring game. New offensive coordinator Charles Nassar signals in the play for the Mustangs. Head coach Ty Parker talks to his kickoff team just prior to the contest.

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 7B I always like playing Marcs teams, they have class and play hard, Darlington said. Its fun to play against Marc and his team. That was a hard-fought game, Beach said. The visitor has always won. Under these two head coaches, the teams have never met in the regular season, but have played several times in the spring and in fall Kickoff Classics. T raditionally a running team, Apopka came out in the spread offense with quarterback Zack Darlington, son of the head coach, throwing the ball with plenty of accuracy. He ing a helmet to the back, threw three incompletions, two of which were night 12-of-15 for 140 yards and three touchdowns. The Blue Darters also ran effecthe night with 156 yards on 33 attempts. W e did well, and we mixed it up pretty good, coach Darlington said. As they have for many years, the Sandcrabs ran the spread offense exclusively, but ran out of it more effectively than they passed. Under a constant rush from the Apopka front seven, quarterback Connor Blair had a rough evening, hitting 8-of-16 passes for just 57 yards. He was sacked six times by the Apopka defense. Blair suffered one interception on a brilliant play by Apopka cornerback J.J. Simmons, who tipped the ball to himself while defending a Seabreeze receiver. Charles Nelson was the offensive star for Seabreeze, rushing for 102 yards on 22 carries. But, the Apopka defense kept the Sandcrabs out of the end zone as the only Seabreeze score came when Apopka punter Brett Wilson dropped a snap while standing in his own end zone. Stephan Brown recovered for the Seabreeze touchdown with three seconds remaining in the third quarter. Ironically the Blue Darters also scored points on a dropped punt snap when Seabreezes Gaston Hayworth couldnt handle a low snap and booted the ball out of the end zone for an Apopka safety to keep the Blue Darters from falling on it for a touchdown. That gave Apopka an 8-0 lead The Blue Darters took control of the contest on the next play from scrimmage, as after Seabreezes free kick following the safety, Darlington found Ray Ray Smith over the middle, hitting the rising sophomore in stride for a 57-yard scoring play. W ilsons extra point gave the Blue Darters a 15-0 lead with 1:10 still Apopka scored on its opening possession of the game, driving 60 yards in eight plays when Darlington found Jacob Wittrock over the middle for a 12-yard touchdown pass with extra point try was wide right. The Sandcrabs had opened the game with a solid drive of their own, but it stalled when Robert Greathouse sacked Blair for an eight-yard loss. Defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler led the Darters with three solo sacks, including a big 16-yard sack on fourth down in the fourth period as the Sandcrabs were threatening late in the game. Defensive back Rakeem Smith also impressed for the Blue Darters. He had several tackles, including stopping Nelson one-on-one several times. came with one minute remaining in the second period when, running out of the I-formation, the Blue Darters drove 80 yards after a missed Sea Smith was the workhorse at tailthe drive. However, Zack Darlington also gained 12 yards on one carry, while fullback Chandler Cox netted 27 yards on two attempts, including one carry for 23 yards that had a pair of nifty jukes to get the ball to the Seabreeze 4-yard line. Apopka scored two plays later when Darlington found Rio Macrena on a four-yard pass. Wilson added the extra point to give the Darters a 22-0 lead. Even though it was only a spring game, Rick Darlington said his team needed to taste victory after last seasons uncharacteristic 6-5 season that outster from the playoffs. W eve been losing. We want to get back to winning. It was important to try to get a win. Continued from page 1BApopka: Blue Darters sacked Seabreezes quarterback six times Blue Darters topple Seabreeze 22-7 behind balanced attackRunning back Jevric Blocker stiffarms Seabreeze linebacker Josh Stevens during the rst half of Apopkas 22-7 victory over the Sandcrabs. Apopka quarterback Zack Darlington runs away from Seabreeze linebacker Scotty Harris. Darlington hit his rst 12 passes and ended up passing for 140 yards and three touchdowns. Jeff St. Hillaire (l) and J.J. Simmons tie up Seabreeze receiver Raushod Floyd (top). Apopka head coach Rick Darlington talks to his son and quarterback, Zack Darlington, while calling a play in the rst half of the 22-7 Apopka victory on Wednesday, May 30. With defensive lineman Isaiah Buehler (r) leading the way, the Apopka defense wraps up Seabreeze quarterback Connor Blair. Quarterback Zack Darlington (6) and receiver Jacob Wittrock (r) celebrate their 12-yard touchdown pass. Ray Ray Smith stiffarms Josh Stevens on one of his 10 rushes. He led the Darters in rushing with 50 yards.Staff photos by John Peery

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 8BJune will bring us Flag Day, Fathers Day and in a day of summer. The eclectic collection of recipes below is suitable for celebrating any or all of these important events. fancy, and then enjoy cooking up that creative cuisine during these cool early June days. 20, signaling another years start of Florida weather almost always as hot as the Fourth of July. Food preparation will always be with us, of course, but this coolness wont, so treasure the joy of cooking in this current cool comfort with fresh air and refreshwindows while that brief opportunity lasts Enjoy all these recipes as well, especially this most interesting and differcake into a candied fruitcake. HORTENSE PARKERS CARROT FRUITCAKE Recipe from Cooking With Friends II 1-1/2 cups chopped nuts 1 cup chopped mixed candied fruit 1 cup chopped dates 1 cup raisins 2 cups sugar 1-1/2 cups vegetable oil 4 eggs 2 teaspoons baking powder 2 teaspoons baking soda 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon salt Confectioners sugar icing (optional) Combine nuts, fruit, dates and raisins mixing bowl, combine sugar and oil; mix well. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Combine baking powder, baking soda, gradually add this mixture to the sugar mixture, beating unto smooth. (Batter will be stiff.) Fold in carrots and fruit mixture. one hour and 20 minutes or until cake tests done. Cool for 15 minutes before wire rack. Drizzle with confectioners sugar icing when cake is cooled, if you wish. Recipe yields 12 to 16 servings. KAREN MUSSERS TEX-MEX DIP Recipe from Errol Membership Recipes 2 small cans bean dip 2 to 3 ripe avocados 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup sour cream 1/2 cup mayonnaise 3/4 package taco seasoning 2 small tomatoes, seeded and chopped 1/2 cup black olives, chopped 8 ounces Cheddar cheese, grated 1 bag Tostito chips the bean dip side-to-side. Peel and mash the avocadoes and add the lemon juice, top of the bean dip, leaving 1-inch of the bean dip showing around the edges of the platter. Mix the sour cream, mayonnaise and taco seasoning and add this to the platter as a third layer, leaving 1-inch of the previous layer showing. This may be done several hours before serving. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate. Just before serving, sprinkle with a bowl of Tostito chips. GALE GRIMMS EASY CHEESY QUICHE SQUARES Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks 8 eggs 1 teaspoon baking powder 3/4 teaspoon salt 1-1/2 cups cottage cheese 4 cups (1 pound) shredded Monterrey Jack cheese (or 2 cups Jack and 2 cups Cheddar) 1/4 cup chopped bell pepper (or one small can chopped green chilies) Beat eggs for three minutes. Combine peppers. Pour into greased 13 x 9-inchpan. Bake at 350 for 35 to 40 minutes. Let quiche cool some before cutting into squares. SANDY BOVES ROASTED POTATOES WITH CHIVES, BACON AND BLUE CHEESE Recipe from Preserving the Big Potato 12 small Yukon Gold potatoes 2 teaspoons plus 1/8 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground pepper 1/2 cup crumbled Maytag blue cheese 4 slices applewood-smoked bacon, cooked until crisp and crumbled 1 tablespoon minced chives Preheat oven to 350. Place potatoes in a large saucepan. Cover with cold water and bring to a boil. Add 2 teaspoons salt. Cook until tender, about 20 minutes. Drain. When potatoes are cooled, slice a small piece from the top and the bottom of each potato. Transfer potatoes to a medium bowl. Toss with oil and the remaining 1/8 teaspoon salt and the freshly ground pepper. Place potatoes on a baking sheet. With a paring knife, score top of each potato. Top each with equal amounts of blue chives and serve. MARY JO GOODWINS EGGPLANT CREOLE Recipe from Treasure and Pleasures 1 medium to small onion 1 medium to small eggplant 3 to 4 zucchini 2 stalks celery 2 cups canned tomatoes 1 small green pepper (optional) Olives Parmesan cheese or buttered bread crumbs for topping 2 to 3 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoon brown sugar 1 teaspoon salt W ash and slice zucchini. Cook in salted water until just tender. Drain. Pare, slice and cut the eggplant into small cubes. Cook sliced eggplant in salted water, as the zucchini was cooked, till tender. Do not let either vegetable get mushy. Dice the celery and cook as above, mix. Add tomatoes, salt and sugar and cook until thickened. Arrange zucchini, eggplant and celery in buttered casserole. Pour tomato mixover the tomato mixture. Cover with Parmesan cheese or buttered breadcrumbs. Dot the top with butter. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. (This is better if made the day before and baked on the day of serving it, the recipe contributor wrote in a footnote.) TONI LAPIERRES APPLE FRITTERS Recipe from Feeding the Flock 2 apples, peeled, cored and sliced Bowl of salt water 1/2 a lemon 1/2 pint cider Pinch of salt 1 tablespoon butter 2 eggs Cooking oil for deep frying Powdered sugar and cinnamon in a shaker Place cored apple slices in salt water to preserve their color. Drain off the water lemon juice. Beat the cider into the sifted and butter. (Batter should be consistency of thick cream.) Rest the batter a little. Dip apple slices in batter and deep fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towel and sprinkle with powdered sugar and cinnamon. (Cinnamon may be omitted if you prefer just the powdered sugar sprinkling.) NORA KINNISONS SAUERKRAUT SALAD Recipe from Sharing Our Finest Cookbook 2 cups chopped sauerkraut 1 cup chopped onion 1 cup chopped celery 3/4 cup sugar 1 small jar pimiento 1/2 of a chopped green pepper Mix together all ingredients. Refrigerate overnight, covered. Drain and serve.Celebrate Junes many events with these eclectic recipes Zellwood Elementary School One Last Look Around, Wednesday, June 6, 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m., at 3551 Washington St., Zellwood. To include a brief ceremony in the cafeteria, memory cards, and walls where family members can write their names and sentiments. Call Principal Frank Mattucci for information, 407-884-2258. Old school demolition to take place on Wednesday, June 13. Soccer stars to be at Apopka Library June 7, at 4 p.m. Meet these soccer stars in person, said Tammy Erikstrup, branch manager. They will share how they became professional soccer players and show off their skills. For information, call 407-8357307. Food Truck Round-Up: Thursday, June 7, 5:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m., at Kit Land Nelson Park. Along with the great food there will also be a live performance from guest artist. For more information visit http://www.facebook.com/ApopkaFoodTruckRoundUp.oodTruckRoundUpBridge Games and Classes: Every Monday and Friday morning at 9:15 a.m., at the Lake County Duplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. Key Ave., Eustis. Learn or play the most popular and talked about card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced players, games are held Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-315-9934 or visit lakeduplicate.com. Ministry Needs Pillows and Socks: Extended Hand Outtion in Apopka that assists local charities with provisions, is in need of pillows and socks for area shelters and homeless. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation. org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, email extendedhandapopka@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/extendedhandoutreach. Hospital Health Course Offered : The Living Healthy Program at Florida Hospital Apopka designed to help those with chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and more. Call 407625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease self-management courses. Free Educational Hands-On Programs: The Orange County Fire Rescue Department offers free programs such as CPR, citisurveys, preventive health care presentations, and several other programs and services. They can be taught in English or Spanish. For information or a complete list, call 407-836-9081 or email OCZellwood Garden Club: Members continue to collect old cell ment. Call 407-886-5023 for pick up. Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: Available daily or weekly at OCLS North Orange Branch.* Classes are: Computer Basics, Excel, Word Resume Writing, Email for Seniors, ELLIS English Lab, Word, Online Job Searches, Power Point, Internet, Open Lab, How to use a mouse and keyboard, etc. Call OCLS North Orange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of June! Go to www.habitat-apopka.volunteerhub.com and register for event. If you are new, register by clicking on the right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the 407-880-8881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. Seniors Meals on Wheels: is looking for volunteer drivers. The routes are open Monday through Friday, each route taking about an hour. Anyone who can give an hour once a week, please call 407-615-8982.The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement ka Assembly of God, 951 N. Park Avenue, Apopka. Meetings will be held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email rie.averybayer@aol.comFRIDAY, JUNE 1Registration for Youth Flag Football: Last Day Friday, June 1st, the Apopka Recreation Department is holding registraleague. For boys and girls ages 6 12. Fees are $90 for City residents and $125 for non city residents. Registration is available online at www.apopka.net or at Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. For information, call 407-703-1784.SATURDAY, JUNE 2 SUNDAY, JUNE 3Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at nolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Baptist Church of Apopka. Activities include Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628.MONDAY, JUNE 4 APOPKA JOB FAIR, noon 4 p.m., Fran Carlton Center, 11 Forest Avenue, Apopka, sponsored by the City of Apopka, the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, and the new University of Central Florida Business Incubator. More than 200 positions available from participating employers: the City of Apopka, CenturyLink,. Wawa, Inc., (convenience store and deli), McDonPanera Bread and others. Come wear suitable business attire and bring resumes. Call the Chamber of Commerce at 407-886-1441 for information. Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:30 p.m. 6:25 p.m., at nolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886-4231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weighin is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organiheld at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407-3120849, or go to www.tops.org. Toastmasters Open House 7 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the Apopka Area ing. Open to adults over 18 who are interested in improving their communication skills. Members will be available to answer quetions, and everyone is invited to see a complete and free Toastmaster meeting. For more information, call 407-765-2629 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, JUNE 5Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: of the month at 12:00 noon, at Ave., Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City of Apopka Fran Carlton Center. Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Balling For Jesus: 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Play basketball at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Bobby Scott mone@aol.com. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Rock Springs Elementary School public meeting for update on school construction 6 p.m., at RSE temporary home at 800 N Wells St., also known as the Ninth Grade Center. Staff from Orange County Public Schools will attend to update parents and other interested individuals about the construction of the permanent site at 2400 Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. Call Jessma Lambert, OCPS Facilities Department at 407-317-3700, for more information.WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weighin is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, cial weight-loss support organiAndrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-8861147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults 703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-7031631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: At 10:15 a.m., lasts approximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: At 10:45 a.m., every Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: At 11:15 a.m. every Wed. Recommended for children ages free and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Recorder Music Classes: 11:15 a.m. noon, and from 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Magnolia Park classroom, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. Music, music theory and group performance will be taught. The classes are free, although an RSVP is requested. For more information, call 407886-4231. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 6:30 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784. Lacrosse Program: 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, off Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. For more information, call Laurie Holmes at 407-889-2421, or visit the website at www.apklaxclub. uslaxteams.com. Yoga Class: 7:45 p.m. 8:30 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $6 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.THURSDAY, JUNE 7Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-8864231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central, in Apopka Call 4078 80-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawplain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407814-9678. Apopka Assembly of God ZUMBA Dance Fitness: 7:00 p.m. at the Apopka Assembly of God. Cost is $4 for members and $7 for non-members. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www.aaog.tv. Fran Carlton ZUMBA Dance Fitness Center: 7:15 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center. $5 per class, pay as you go. For information, call 407-703-1784.************Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce, 180 E. Main St., Apopka. For more info, call 407-886-1441. *(OCLS) Orange County Public Library North Orange Branch Address: 1211 E. Semoran Boulevard, Apopka 436 (Semoran) and Thompson Road. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-8357323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at www.theapopkachief.com. $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county)

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 9B 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 Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-8862777. In the period from May 21-27, the Apopka Police Department received 620 calls for assistance, responded to 4 tions, and made 21 arrests. Of nile arrests. The juveniles were charged with battery-touch or strike, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams and loitering or prowling. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Larry Lee Odums Jr., 29, 311 Bluff Ln., Apopka, trespassing occupied structure or conveyance. Theresa Roysum Edens, 49, 511 Credo St., Longwood, alcohol or drugs. Douglas Joseph Holland, 42, 1300 Canterbury Rd., Winter Park, driving under the inDuan Sanders, 27, 432 Spinnaker Dr., Orlando, battery sisting with violence. Victor De Jesus, 29, 932 Silvertip Rd., Apopka, driving or drugs. Mark B. Smith, 38, 2008 Lauren Rd., Apopka, warrantOrange County Sheriffs Ofor drugs. Miguel A Sanchez, 41, 17417 Marsh Rd., Winter Garden, driving while license suspended. Michelle Raisner, 26, 14962 Perdido Dr., Orlando, alcohol or drugs. Jeremiah Richard Tilley, 19, 2007 Picnic Ln., Apopka, warrant-Charlotte Countylewd lascivious battery/molestation. Jasper Miles Jr., 51, 302 W. 13th St., Apopka, violation of municipal ordinance-open container, possession cocaine paraphernalia. Robert Lee Lovett, 49, 504 Lakebridge Ln., Apopka, alcohol or drugs, hit and run/ driving with license suspended with knowledge. Christopher Harrison, 34, 197 Earl St., Apopka, burglary to dwelling/injury from arson. Oscar Joel Crenshaw, 32, 316 Breezeway Dr., Apopka, driving while license suspended 1st offense. Adam Dwayne Clark, 18, 1051 Bavarian Way, Apopka, operating vehicle without valid drivers license, possession marijuana less than 20 grams. Jimmy Adonay Renderos, 35, 748 White Ivey Ct., Apopka, possession of marijuana less than 20 grams, possession and/or use of drug equipment. A free skills camp for football players and cheerleaders will be held Saturday, June 9, at Williams Park beginning at 8 a.m. The event is open to the ister. For football players, the camp is for ages 6-17, while for cheerleaders, it is open to kids ages 6-12. Among those who will be teaching football skills are a handful of former Apopka High School football players who went on to play in college and the NFL. Included are: Sammie Smith (Florida State, Miami Dolphins), Rogers Beckett (Marshall, San Diego Chargers), and Aaron Jones (Eastern Kentucky, Pittsburgh Steelers). 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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 10BBy Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff Chad Cribb, an acoustic guitarist and vocalist (http://www. youtube.com/user/ChadCribbMusic) who plays alternative folk music, will provide the entertainment at the June Apopka Food Truck Round-Up on Thursday, June 7, from 5:30-9 p.m. at Kit Land Nelson Park 10 N. Forest Ave., Apopka. Cribb, 29, a 2001 graduate of Apopka High School, said he began playing the guitar through a challenge from an AHS English class. I have been playing the guitar for 10 years, Cribb said. I started when I was told I had to learn something I always wanted to learn, but had put off, in Sue Beechums English class (at AHS). I have been singing since I was a little kid. I love it I just love doing it. Cribb, who currently waits tables at Sam Sneads in Maitland and is an entertainment design technology student at Valencia College, said he has performed most Friday evenings at the Hunt Club Tijuana Flats restaurant for the past year. Food trucks   featured this month will be Blue Bayou, a new cajun-style truck, from ServeAll Catering in Sanford; Eclectic Kitchen, which serves a variety of new-American foods; Burger Culture, a gourmet   bur ger truck from Tampa;   and also from Tampa,   Jimmy Meatballs, which serves several varieties of meatballs, in subs or individually, said Ashley Greene, event coordinator. To add more variety to the summer months, were offering Tampa trucks in the mix with our featured trucks. This allows us the opportunity to stand out from other food events in Orlando and Central Florida and bring more folks to Apopka. Next months featured truck will be Fat Tortillas from Tampa, a Southwest burrito and taco truck (http://www.facebook.com/FatTortillas). The usual 11 trucks will be on site, which are the Yum Yum Truck, C&S Brisket Bus, the Treehouse Truck, The Crooked Spoon, Big Wheel Mobile Food Truck, Monsta Lobsta, The Crepe Company, Sunset Ice, the Korean Taco Box, Gastro Truck, and the Winter Park Fish Company. CenturyLink is sponsor of the event. ers: Parking is free in Edwards Field. Bring cash. While some trucks accept credit cards, not all do. Try something different. To get the full food truck experience, try a main course from one truck, a side item from another, and a dessert from another. Tables and chairs are provided by the city of Apopka, but if you want to make a picnic out of it, bring a blanket since tables are often occupied. Some people bring lawn chairs. Be prepared to wait in lines, as food is freshly prepared. This is not fast food, but rather a restaurant on wheels. Pets are not allowed in Kit Land Nelson Park. Check the pages of each truck and what their specials will be. For more information, call 407-703-1777 or visit http:// www.facebook.com/Apopka FoodTruckRoundUp.By Sherry Brunson Apopka Chief Staff   Ongoing renovations are happening at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, Apopkas 40 lane bowling center, at 2160 Semoran Boulevard.                 monitors with new software and animations, and new 46-inch televisions, said Mary Ann LaRusso, sales director. They are located between every pair of lanes. LaRusso said many of the sports fans who come to the bowling center enjoy being able to watch the Orlando Magic and other games, as well, at the same time while they bowl. The new monitors have a small keypad so they are much sleeker and easier to use, LaRusso said. We can put photos in company party. We also play music videos, especially during the Cosmic Bowling. We can also play the chicken dance during birthday parties. The new animation is lots all that the software can do. It has a lot of neat features. It can tell you the speed of your bowling ball as it is rolling toward the pins. The bowling software was developed specially by the Brunswick Product Division. The big screens arent the only change. The actual bowling lanes have glow in the dark surfaces that enable the during the Cosmic Bowling, LaRusso said. The Brunswick Wekiva Lanes, which opened in 1987, includes an arcade, a snack bar and a lounge, and employs approximately 30 people, LaRusso said. It to the restrooms are one of the next projects. The bowling center is also the home of bowling teams from Apopka, Wekiva and Ocoee high schools. All proceeds are given to military veterans through the Bowlers to Veterans Link (www.bowlforveterans.org) during the centers Bowl for Freedom Nights, which feature 50-cent bowling (shoe rental $3.99) on June 21, July 19 and August 23, from 9 p.m. until closing, LaRusso said. We like to give back to the community. Brunswick Bowling Centers nationwide, has a goal of $100,000 for the veterans group. For more information, call 407-8809090 or visit www.brunswickzone.com. Love is in the air for Florida black bears. Breeding season for bears runs from June to July, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is reminding homeowners that bears are moving around, foraging for food and looking for mates. According to FWC bear management program coordinator Dave Telesco, the agency is seeing an increase in calls about bears in neighborhoods around the state. The animals are lured into neighborhoods to feast on unsecured trash. His best advice: Do not feed the bears because it is also illegal to feed bears in Florida. Problems arise when bears have access to peoplerelated food sources such as pet foods, garbage, barbecue grills, birdseed or livestock feed, Telesco said. Bears learn very quickly to associate people with food, and this puts the animals at increased risk of illegal kills or crossing highways and getting hit by vehicles. Black bears normally are too shy to risk contact with humans, but their strong food drive can overwhelm these instincts. Residents can help these bears move on, so they If people remove the attractants, the bears will stay where we want them to stay in wooded areas and not enter urban and suburban neighborhoods, Telesco said. Properly storing and securing garbage is a proven method of discouraging bears. Barbecue grills should be stored in a secure place, such as a garage or a sturdy shed when they are not in use (typically evenings). Keep garbage cans secure and only place them outside on the morning of pickup, rather than the night before. People can encourage their neighbors, community or local government to use bear-resistant trash conout where to get them, go to MyFWC.com/Bears and select Brochures & Other Materials. Another way people can help is to feed pets indoors or bring in dishes after feeding, Telesco said. Relocating bears is not always the best option, Telesco explained. Most bears do not stay where we put them, and more than half of the bears we move just end up causing con If you see a black bear, remain calm. Dont run. Walk calmly toward a building or vehicle and get inside, Telesco said. If you have children or pets, bring them inside. Once you are in a secure location, encourage the bear to leave by banging pots and pans, blowing a car or air horn or whistle. The more stressful a bears encounter with you, the less likely it is to come back. If a bear is in a tree, leave it alone. Remove people and dogs from the area. The bear usually will come down and leave when it feels safe, which is typically after dark. If the bear is threatening the safety of humans, pets or livestock or is causing property damage, report it to the FWC at 888-404-FWCC (3922). more about living with black bears at MyFWC.com/Bear. Frequently asked questions about bears Q. How many bears are there in Florida? id population estimates total 2,500 to 3,000 bears statewide. Bears currently live in eight relatively isolated areas. While some populations appear to be doing well, others are still recovering. Q. What do I do if I see a bear? A. If you encounter a bear at close range, remain standing upright, back up slowly and speak to the bear in a calm, assertive voice. Do NOT feed or intentionally attract bears. If a bear eats something on your property, take note of what it is and secure it once the bear leaves. NEVER approach or surprise a bear. If you see a bear from a distance, enjoy the experience, but do not move toward the bear. If you are close, do not make any sudden or abrupt movements. Back way slowly and be sure the bear has an obvious escape route. If you are in your yard: Make sure you are in a safe area and that the bear has a clear escape route. Then, make noise or bang pots and pans to scare the bear away. Do NOT turn your back, play dead, climb a tree or run. Back away slowly into the house or a secure area. Avoid direct eye contact. Bears and many other animals may view this as aggressive behavior. Report any bear that is threatening the safety of humans, pets or livestock to the FWCs Wildlife Alert hotline, 888404-FWCC(3922) (see the contact us page). Cell phone users can call *FWC or #FWC. Q. Are black bears fast runners or good climbers? A. Absolutely! Bears can run up to 35 mph and climb 100 feet up a tree in 30 seconds! Do NOT run or climb a tree when you encounter a bear. Don t run. Running triggers a chase instinct in many animals, including bears. You cant outrun a bear. Don t climb a tree. Bears are excellent tree climbers. Mother black bears often send their cubs up a tree when they sense danger. You dont want to end up in a tree with a couple of cubs above you and a mother bear below you! If a bear chases you, youll just end up fending off a bear in a tree rather than on the ground. Don t play dead or turn your back on the bear. Back away slowly, make sure the bear has a clear escape route. Stop and hold your ground if your movement away seems to irritate instead of calm the bear. If bears feel threatened, they may clack their teeth together moan, blow, huff or paw the ground. The bear is showing you that it is as uncomfortable with the situation as you are. These are not indications of aggressive intent or an imminent attack. Truly predatory or aggressive black bears are eerily silent. Q. What do I do if the bear stands up on its hind legs? A. If the bear stands up, this is NOT an aggressive behavior. The bear is only trying to see you are and assess whether or not you are a threat. Back away slowly, making sure the bear has a clear escape route. Q. What do I do if a bear comes toward me or attacks? A. If the bear paws the ground, huffs and puffs, clacks and snorts, or runs directly at you but stops before reaching you and returns to where it started, it is trying to scare you off. If you stand your ground, the bear will likely stop and move away. No matter what happens, do not run away. Continue slowly backing away, talking and holding up your arms. The bear may charge or vocalize several times until it is comfortable turning its back on you and leaving. While there have been no predatory bear attacks on people in Florida, more than a dozen people have been bitten and scratched by bears defending themselves, cubs or food sources. If a black bear attacks you: Fight back aggressively. People in other states have successfully fended off black bear attacks using rocks, sticks or even their bare hands. Bears are wild animals and must be respected. Even though they are typically quiet and shy animals, they have the potential to seriously harm humans. Do not take unnecessary risks. All-sport passes for the 2012-2013 school year at Apopka open. Fred Priest, Apopka High athletic director, said the allsport 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. Brunswick Wekiva Lanes has undergone renovations that include new televisions and a new scoring system. The center opened in Apopka in 1987. Chad Cribb, a 2001 Apopka High School graduate, will provide music for the June 7 Food Truck Round-Up.June and July are the main mating months for the Florida black bear.

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The Apopka Chief, June 1, 2012, Page 11B daily basis in the sense there is some place the employee goes to every day. With that said, the decision to donate the kidney wasnt much of one. I just felt from the beginning it was the right thing to do and what I should be doing. I really felt there wasnt any other decision to be made. There are so many people who need others generosity and I was in a position to do it. They are people who are dealing with circumstances beyond their control, not because they made bad decisions, so I did it. The journey to the decision actually began at home. While one of her twin nephews was in his mid-30s, he was diagnosed as being diabetic. That led to his kidneys failing him and his requiring dialysis three times per week. Love offered to donate a kidney to the nephew, but hers were not a match for him. The test to determine if a kidney is a suitable match for the donor is based on blood type and antibodies. However, the experience inspired her to see if she could help someone else. She signed up to become a donor on matchingdonors.com. There are 93,000 people every day who are on the list of needing a new kidney, Love was for my nephew. It went far beyond the tangible need for dialysis three times a week. It affected the rest of his day and his life in general. After the dialysis, his day was over. It tired him out to the point he needed to rest for most of the remainder of the day. I believe we are here to help others, so I thought since I have gone this far, why who would be a match and increase his or her quality of life. I talked to a lot of people and prayed about it, and the more I did, the more I felt at peace. I even talked to someone who donated a kidney. After several would-be-recipients got in touch with Love, she was contacted by Wirt and the two struck up a friendship. And she decided to donate her kidney to him. This time she ester, Minn., and was tested at the Mayo Clinic in December 2009. She also met Wirt and his wife. She returned in February to undergo the surgery. The surgery was performed on February 17, 2010. Wirt, who is in his early 60s, is a father for about two years due to his medical condition. The process in its simplest description consists of two parts. First the kidney is removed from the donor and then it is placed in the body of the recipient. In order for the process to work, the kidney has to be placed in the recipient as soon as it is removed from the donor. So while the kidney is being removed from the donor, the recipient is being prepped in the same room. Love said she was extremely sore from the surgery immediately after it, as she had a four-inch incision in her abdomen. Although sore, the next morning, Love was already on the road to recovery. She was released from the hospital and four days later she began walking as a means of cardio exercise, which was a part of her daily routine. She spent a week in the Rochester area. Then she spent two weeks at her sisters (the mother of her nephew) house in Indiana. She returned to Florida four weeks after the surgery weeks. The recovery period usually takes about six weeks. I believe I gained a lot giving Tom a kidney, Love said. Because of the kidney, Tom has those things in his life which give it quality. A couple of days after the surgery, he ate couple of years. It isnt a big thing, but one which makes a difference. When someone has to live life without being able to do this or that, something is taken away from it. To be able to give someone that ability to live his life with quality again, words cant explain it. T o see and hear the joy in other people which comes from being able to do those little things again are truly an experience which is satisfying and makes the donor feel he or she is contributing something. than I gave. The experience of being able to say that only are here to help others and to focus on what I can do, instead of what others havent done for me or what hasnt happened in life. In fact, I was walked down the aisle at my wedding by Tom, that in itself far outweighs what I gave up. She married her longtime boyfriend last month. Her sons love for the game of soccer pushed her to become a referee. Initially she was involved with the coaching and management aspect of the sport. But she didnt know anything about soccer. So she could help her sons further their development as soccer players she wanted to learn as much as she could about the sport and in particular what is called the laws of soccer within the sports community. She determined the best way to learn and understand the sport, from its generalities to enroll in and take referee classes. Although the original intent was to enroll in and take referee classes so she could coach, she quickly fell in love with being a referee. I like refereeing so much better than coaching, Love said. I did not have any knowledge of the sport and being a referee allows me to apply all that I have learned since then in a way which shows an understanding of the sport and what it has to offer, as opposed to applying strategy and tactics in a team-centered focus. I have always been a very active and physical person, and being a referee allows me to do that. of standing on the sidelines. I really love to exercise and as a referee, I am constantly running. As far as my responsibilia referee. My job as a referee is to create an opportunity that the game is won or lost by the actions or lack of actions of the players. The referee is supposed to manage and control the game in a way which doesnt prevent the players from feeling they won or lost the game. When a player comes to me after a game and says I did a good job of refereeing, they are saying thanks for letting them decide the game, even if they are on the losing team. No player should feel they didnt win or lose a game. Love moved to Central Indiana and became a member of the FHSAA, Intercollegiate and the Central Florida Soccer League. As a member of the Central Florida Soccer League, which oversees referees in the area, she refereed several games St. Andrews played in while settling into the area and developed a relationship with the team, as well as its players. She also had a close relationship with a couple of the players who had died. In order to do what I said a referee is supposed to and purpose of a referee, he or she has to have good relationships with teams and players, Love said. So, the players asked me to referee the Memorial Cup and it is something I am honored to do. I look forward to it. I want to honor those who have passed on, as well. It is another way for me to give back. It is not as big as giving a kidney, but still means just as much because relationships and honoring my friends who died are important to me. Similar to the Ryder Cup in golf or the NHLs all-star game, the game uses a U.S.A. vs. world format. The world team won by a 6-1 score this year. The game was started to honor Eric Palimieso. A member of St. Andrews FC and a Marine who died on April 2, 2006 while serving in Iraq. Since then, the purpose of the game has been expanded to include several other members of the St. Andrews family who have passed on. Love s nephew has since received a kidney and is able to live a normal life, including no symptoms of diabetes. 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