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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: 09-21-2012
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Apopka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Apopka
Coordinates: 28.676075 x -81.510618 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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SEPTEMBER 21 The day before the 9/11 anniver sary and the Muslim Broth erhoods madcap reply to Obamas bowing and scraping policy toward Islam, friend and Christian author Robert Morley sent me a very telling copy of an e-mail describing what is unfolding in Israel and Muslimania. The original e-mail, dated 9/10, was from Scott Simpson, the brother of a former Navy Seal, now a minister, who has been living in Jerusalem for the past 20+ years. Simpson wrote that he had received a call from his brother the previ ous night, and he told him he was sending his family back to the U.S. immediately due to what he was seeing and being told by his military contacts there and in the U.S. military. Israels largest underground military base, and he is seeing military activity beyond any thing he has seen there in over 20 years; i.e., a massive rede ployment and protective tactics are underway. In just the two previous days, he watched anti-aircraft deployment throughout Jeru salem, including three mobile units. And, very large armored columns are speeding toward the Sinai where Egypt (read: Muslim Brotherhood) has ad vanced armored columns. His brother also said that a real clincher took place two days before when he saw hundreds of Israeli Defense Force soldiers at the Wailing Wall. And, as he was leaving the area, at least 20 military buses, full of soldiers, passed by on their way to the Wall. He had never seen this before in over 20 years. Simpson stated that usu er knows more than he shares, and he has never been an alarmist. Word has just come through that the violent dem onstrations by Muslims have spread to Indonesia on the other side of the world where Obama attended a school that required all students to be Muslims. For those who skipped geography, Indonesia is north of Australia and south of the Philippines. I think that the term worldwide violence can now be applied. Im sure this is where his recent statement that The Muslim call to evening prayer is the sweetest sound in the world, was originally in spired. A recent piece by Fox News commentator and syndi cated columnist Charles Krauthammer, pooh-poohed all the previous nonsense about the reasons the Muslims, espe cially Iran, would not launch a nuclear attack on Israel despite their leaders constant, publicly expressed desire to wipe Israel off the face of the Earth. Ditto for the newly elected Egyptian leader, Muslim Brotherhoods Mahamoud Badie, who has publicly expressed the same objective. For some strange reason (Yeah, sure), our mainstream media has refused to attri bute this to Badie throughout the attacks on our Cairo em bassy and continues to support Obamas nonsense about some obscure video insult to Mo hammed from last July. Krauthammer decries the comparison of our 40 years of mutual deterrence with the So viet Union with Irans potential attack as complete non sense. He writes: For all its global aspirations, the Soviet Union was intensely national ist. Iran sees itself as an instru ment of its own brand of Shiite millenarianism the messianic In last weeks article, I reviewed the three different types of committees in Flori da that can be formed to col lect and spend money in an election. Frequently, these tac tics are confused with what is done on the federal level. On the federal level, they have what are called political action committees (PACs), and frequently they are the sponsors of the commercials you see on TV and will continue to see until Election Day in Novem ber. Companies on the feder al level cannot contribute to candidates, but can to PACs. Companies can form their own PAC as well. For example, Political Action Committee. PAC is an umbrella term for a variety of entities that report to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) or the IRS. Since 2010 and the Federal SuUnited vs. FEC, corporations and labor unions can make un limited contributions to PACs. These PACs have since been called Super PACs because of their unlimited contributions. Today, Id like to discuss how Super PACs and 501(c) (4)s can work together to use corporate dollars to affect elec tions. Super PACs and 501(c) al functions and frequently they work together as a pair. For example, Karl Roves PAC, American Crossroads, is paired with Crossroads GPS, a 501(c)(4). 501(c)(4)s are far more restricted in the activi ties and media that they are al lowed to produce. They can not actively support or oppose any particular candidate, but they can educate the public. So, a 501(c)(4) sends out an ad that says something like, Representative Smith is sup porting Medicaid cuts for the disabled and elderly. Call Rep resentative Smith at 555-5555555 and tell him you want to keep Medicaid as it is. They cannot however send out an ad telling you to un-elect Rep resentative Smith because he voted for Medicaid cuts. So, if a 501(c)(4) is so limited in their electoral activities, why do advocates use them when they can use Super PACs? 501(c)(4)s do not have to dis close their donors until after the election. Super PACs have to disclose either monthly or Northwest Orange County is home to any number of en vironmental treasures. Wekiwa Springs State Park, Blue Sink, Rock Springs at Kelly Park, and the Lake Apopka North Shore Restoration Area are just a few of the jewels available for residents and vis itors to enjoy. Pine Plantation is a natu ral setting at 1350 Haas Road in Apopka. The property has been many things in agricul ture during the last century, concluding with a pine tree citrus groves. Orange County owns 40 acres of the Pine Plantation. The State of Florida owns an additional 344 acres of the plantation. The Pine Planta tion discussion brings us to National Public Lands Day. National Public Lands Day is our nations largest volunteer effort to improve publically owned land and the experi ence we have on the land we all own. The sixth annual Nation al Public Lands Day happens on Saturday, September 29. It is expected that on that date more than 170,000 volunteers will participate at more than The local event begins ue until noon. The program is sponsored by the Wekiwa Springs State Park and Orange County Environmental Protec tion Department (EPD). Staff from the State Park and Or ange County EPD will give presentations at the site on the different plants and animals found on the property. Then comes some work. The volunteers will be asked to help by picking up debris and removing invasive plant species that staff will identify. We promise that there will be no back-breaking la bor. Further, the effort will be worthwhile for the improve ment and preservation of the property. If you wish to volunteer in advance or would like ad ditional information, you may contact Beth Jackson with Or may also arrive that morning What: National Public Lands Day. Where: 1350 Haas Road, Apopka, FL. When: a.m. until noon. Be there! Our position This Week In Gods Word Mema SaysWhat is prime election issue? Its Israel, stupid! The Chief may be moving, but our heart is still deep in ApopkaN.P.L. Day expects 170,000 volunteersCampaigns will spend $2 billion by Nov. 6 Publisher John Ricketson General Manager Neoma Knox Editor John Peery Reporters Richard Corbeil Sherry Brunson Neal Fisher Photographer Tammy Keaton Marketing Director Jackie Trefcer Advertising Anita WalkerThe Apopka ChiefThe Apopka ChiefA weekly newspaper founded in 1923 September 21, 2012, Page 4A Apopka Event of the Week QuotableZellwood Elementary, the communitys newest renovated school will have an open house for area residents on Saturday, September 29, from 3-5 p.m. at 3551 N. Washington Street, Zellwood. For more information, call Kathy Putnam at 407-317-3774.National Public Lands Day is our nations largest volunteer effort to improve publi cally owned land and the experience we have on the land we all own. Orange Co. Commissioner Fred Brummer on National Public Lands DayOpinionWhosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels. Mark 8:38. Theres a big difference in having to have your way and being allowed to express your own opinion. Throughout the life of a community such as Apopka, there are changes we all experience. Well, except that John Land is still the mayor. One of the changes for us at the newspaper is that we are moving our of at least twice before. When we open for business on Monday, September 24, well be in our which is directly across the street from Apopka Memorial Middle School. The enue and on the north side of Laurel Street. The Park Avenue building has been from our building at 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, near the intersection with Bradshaw Road. This building will be torn down and on that site will be built a Wawa convenience store. Headquartered in Wawa, Penn., the company known for its fresh ly made sandwiches, is expanding rap idly in Central Florida, from Tampa to Daytona Beach, and is already build ing a store on the east side of Apopka on U.S. 441 near the intersection with Piedmont-Wekiwa Road/Hiawassee Road. surprisingly, we moved to this site from we had been for many years. That pre 130 S. Park, where a bank now sits at the northwest corner of Park and Sec ond Street. of The Apopka Chief was located on Park Avenue just south of U.S. 441 back in the 1940s. Who knows, the newspaPark Avenue some other time in its his tory. While its important that this news paper has a very visible site that is also easily accessible to the community of Apopka, our philosophy of covering our community doesnt change. No matter mains buried deep in Apopkas community and culture. We know that you depend on us to whether its on the school front, at City Hall, or inside our local churches and You can be sure that our goal con tinues to be to always give you the in formation you need to become an in terested and committed member of the Apopka community. Fairly soon, we will hold an open house so that the community may stop proud of the new site, but we are most proud of our strong commitment to you and this community. See NELSON Page 5A See CORBEIL Page 9A Send letters to the editor online at www.theapopkachief.com, mail: The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka, 32704 or email: news@theapopkachief.comInclude your full name, address, and daytime telephone number so we can verify the letter and discuss any questions we have. Your address and phone number will not be printed.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 5A quarterly. Unlike 501(c)(4)s, Super PACs can buy ads that are very straightforward regarding who or what issue they oppose or support. Rarely is the name of a Super PAC a clue as to what politicians, political parties, or issues/causes it supports. For example, the Priority USA Action Super PAC supports the re-election of President Barack Obama. This Super PAC, however, is not directly connected with the president and he does not endorse their ads. As such, determining the agenda of a PAC and the sponsorship it receives is less than straightforward. Where Priority USA Action is supporting the President but is not connected to him, there are PACs that are sponsored by elected politicians that support their political endeavors or that of others. Gabby PAC, for instance, was formed by Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords to support various candidates for Neither candidate has accepted matching funds from the government, which would have capped their spending at $20 million each for the general election and $10 million for the primary. Between the funds in their campaign accounts, supporting PACs, and supporting 501(c)(4)s this election will spend close to $2 billion dollars before the No$1,940,000,000 more than the matching contribution limit, and more money spent than any presidential election combined. Continued from page 4ANelson: Super PACs have unlimited contributionsBy Christine Moore School Board Member The key indicator in any childs classroom success is the quality of instruction delivered by a teacher. The School Board and Superintendent believe the es it represents are critical to achieving the highest levels of teacher quality. As OCPS continues to focus on a district strategy of One Vision One Voice, curriculum and instructional team leaders spent a half day this summer planning future support for our ers, (master teachers) exceptional student education teachers, and English Language Learner teachers, planned a road map and created a strong support system. In addition, our Back-toSchool Professional Development Conference brought together over 13,000 educators and over 100 exhibitors for a full day of learning and networking. The curriculum and instructional teams endeavored to deliver top-notch professional development for our classroom teachers. Some of the speincluded sessions on Advanced Placement coursework, the new Common Core or national standards, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and Inclusive Education, including special needs children as much as possible in a regular education classroom. Professional development was also offered to resource teachers on new areas of the for teacher evaluations. This training highlighted additional design questions, which are being implemented throughout the district. Answering these questions will assist teachers in improving their overall quality of instruction. What will I do to help students effectively interact with new knowledge? What will I do to engage students? and acknowledge adherence and the lack thereof to rules? What will I do to establish and maintain effective teacher/ student relationships? The Exceptional Student Education Department also led thirteen professional development sessions at the Back-toSchool Conference as well. They included sessions on inclusion, meaningful assesscant disabilities, unlocking accommodations, improving outcomes, and many more. The district even held a recent board work session on Exceptional to improve the quality of services to students with special needs. Of course, there are budget constraints, so improvement will likely focus on improved teacher training and transition plans for children moving from high school to successful adult lives. The elected position of a school board member is impor-Quality of instruction key indicator in any childs classroom successtant to a community. School Board members assist with constituent (parent and community) issues and set policy for a district. The Superintendent is responsible for hiring and training staff and the daily operation of the district. The downtown cendistrict coordination, provision of cost-effective operational services, and providing tools and aides for teachers and students. tioned in this article, the district sional development for teachers and staff. As always, if there is anything I can do for you, Editor: Every week in an act of masochism, I turn to Richard Corbeils column in The Apopka Chief. Most times, I dont make sionally, I force myself through the entire article and have once before written to the Chief in response to Mr. Corbeil. Seven years ago, I defended the Harry Potter series against Mr. Corbeils charges of an evil slippery slope to witchcraft akin to Ted Bundy starting at soft-core porn and escalating to serial murder. Last Friday, Mr. Corbeil reprintwith a new introduction. I have two points of complaint with the introduction. First, Mr. Corbeil refers to our President as President Hussein Mr. Obamas middle name, Mr. Corbeil has employed the rhetorical device of framing to get his reader to draw connections to other perceptions of the name Hussein-like Sadam Hussein, or the Islamic implications, or simply the foreignness of the name. Mr. Corbeil seems to ask dent Obama is not like us and, through the blatant disrespect of referring to the President by anything other than his given name, that otherness is worthy of scorn and suspicion. If only the Presidents mother had had the good sense to name him George or Robert. Second, Mr. Corbeil marvels at the reception of Former President Clintons DNC speech given his previous transgressions. He proclaims, A great speechmaker and convincer!? So was Adolf Hitler! Now, President Clinton has his shortcomings, as do all of us, but equating him to a man who systematically murdered more than six million Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, and political dissidents while waging a gruesome war across the European continent and farther is a stretch of the most absurd lengths. Such a comparison is far beneath the bounds of intellectually honest discussion. The reprinted article was a preposterous conspiracy theory unworthy of debate. I was recently asked by someone how I could consider voting for President Obama even though hes a Socialist. I relayed this conversation to my father, a Republican, who shook his head and said, people resort to labels and name calling when they are unable to intelligently debate the issues. If The Apopka Chief wishes to promote a conservative point of view, as is its prerogative, I recommend cuss political issues in a manner more worthy of the good city of Apopka. Katherine Smith ZellwoodWriter has two points of complaint Apopka FREEBREADLOAF OFwith a minimum $10.00 purchase with this coupon.(Offer Expires 10/28/12) 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. ** I wrote the following May, 2009, showing that the more things change, the more they remain the same. If were ever to re-gain our balance as a nation, we need to understand that if you dont get whats been happening, and is getting worse under Obamas administration, then God help us! Do your part, please WAKE UP! The following is from a May 11, 2009 column written by George Will: In 1937, columnist Walter Lippmann, deploring the rise of authoritarian collectivism, lamented that in order to be taken seriously a politician or theorist had to have proposals to magnify the power of public tiply their intervention in human affairs. Paul A. Rahe, a historian and political philosopher at Hillsdale College, in his new book Soft Despotism, Democracys Drift, notes that, long before 1937, we were warned. In DeTocqueville anticipated people being governed by an immense, tutelary power determined to take sole charge of assuring their enjoyment and of watching over their fate. It would be a power absolute, attentive to detail, regular, provident and gentle, aiming for our happiness but wanting to be the only agent and the sole arbiter of that happiness. It would, Tocqueville said, provide people security, anticipate their needs, direct their industries and divide their inheritances. It would envelop society in a network of petty regulations -complicated, minute and uniform. But softly: It does not break wills; it softens them, bends them, and directs them until people resemble a herd of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd. Perhaps the one thing that would make what Toqueville said even more accurate would be to point out the absence of God in the equation. For decades now, our government has tried to legislate God out of existence; or at least into irrelevance. But, suddenly as of January 20th this year they appear to have changed their minds. used to be about whether God even exists. Apparently they now agree He does exist, and the new question is which Democrat actually is God. That may seem a little far-fetched, but for some reason, seeing what theyre already doing, and what theyre saying theyll do in the future made me think of the 23rd Psalm. I see in them a perverted version of it that goes like this: 1) I, (), am your shepherd. You shall not want. 2) I will provide you with a place to sleep; I will provide a (false) sense of peace. 3) I wont restore your soul, only bend it; I will lead you in the path I deem righteous for my 4) When you walk through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, my National Health Plan will determine when youll get to the other side. You need fear nothing, for you have me; My laws and administrative staff will comfort you. 5) I will prepare a table before you in the very presence of your terrorist enemies. You have appointed me, and anointed me; the money in my 6) Surely good times and entitlements will follow you all the days of your life, and you will dwell in the Land of Lost-Liberty forever.Modern-Day Shepherds IIComments Welcomenews@theapopkachief.com Patti BanksonThe Way I See It Patti BanksonSponsored byApopka Of ce Supply437 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka 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. Medicare Open EnrollmentOCTOBER 15 DECEMBER 7MARK YOUR CALENDAR! 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By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff The Apopka ChiefSeptember 21, 2012, Page 1B See the Olympia vs. Apopka preview story in the middle of this page. The game has determined the Dis trict class 8A-4 champion the last three seasons. Also, as the previous three years, both teams meet while ranked in the top-10. Q. Who did the Apopka girls volleyball team de District 8A-3 standings? A: Perennial state championship contender Olympia High School fell to Apopka in four sets. Apopka is now 4-0 in district play.SportsBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Dr. Phillips 88 and 67 yard touchdowns overcome Wekivas game planApopka readies for clash of favorites without DarlingtonHard-luck Wekiva and West Orange meet in district openerReggie Brown found Dr. Phillips defense as good as advertised, but still managed to gain enough to give Wekiva a lead for most of the rst half. See WEKIVA Page 6B The Darters will be counting on Jevric Blocker (above) and Chandler Cox to ll in for injured quarterback Zack Dar lington. Blocker will line up at running back when not at quarterback. Finally: Darters produce biggest victory towards capturing titleApopkas ability to create mismatches in Denise Belchers favor lead to 17 kills for the outside hitter in their win against Olympia. See DARTERS Page 4B See APOPKA Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff See OPENER Page 4BWho: Wekiva Mustangs (0-3 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) at West Orange Warriors (1-2 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m. Where: West Orange High Schools Raymond J. Screws Stadium Why: District 8A-4, Metro Conference game Who: Olympia Titans (1-2 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) at Apopka Blue Darter (1-1 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m. Where: Apopkas Roger Franklin Williams Stadium Why: District 8A-4, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 3B It may be getting into the nitty-gritty portion of the high school football season, but the Apopka Blue Darters girls volleyball team is commanding some attention for itself. Coach Jamie Lillethorups team was undefeated heading into a match against hometown rival Wekiva on Thursday, September 20, past press time. And the biggest victory of the season for the Blue Darters came last week against the Olympia Titans when Apopka won 3-1. many seasons that Apopka has beaten the always-powerful Titans. It also gives the Blue Darters a leg up in the race for the top seed for the District 8A-3 postseason tournament. Getting the top seed gives a team what should be an easier path most other sports, the top two teams in each district move on to the regional tournament. But each district winner plays the runner-up from the next district. In District 8A-3s case, the district runner-up will likely be paired up against the Boone Braves, which is expected to win District 8A-4. Boone just defeated Winter Park, which means a lot in girls volleyball. The Wildcats are traditionally one of the top programs in the state. Not only is the victory over Olympia important for Apopka in the standings in the district race, but it is also a big Darters. When you have a team that has always beaten yours, a victory over that nemesis can launch your team to even great er things. Your team must not bask in the glory of that big victory, but move on, continu ing to improve and meet every challenge of the season headon. Coach Lillethorup has upgraded both the girls and boys volleyball programs at Apopka High School, and this girls team looks to be his best at AHS. Denise Belcher is leading the way, as she has for a couple of years now, but the University of Florida commit has plenty of help, especially from some freshmen who are proving to be outstanding players. Those athletes, combined with the other solid players on the squad, have not only this season to grow and improve, but the seasons ahead, as well. Tough matchup It was one of the best teams in the state that the Wekiva Mustangs football team faced last week when they hosted the Dr. Phillips Panthers. Even without starting quarterback Alton Meeks, the Panthers are an impressive dence that, no matter the situation, they are going to come out on top. You must just be better than Dr. Phillips to beat the Panthers. They arent going to beat themselves. The biggest improvement that Dr. Phillips has made over the past couple of seasons is its defense. The Panthers are solid everywhere there. They proved it to me when they beat Apopka by 17 points in the season opener. Wekiva had an early lead against the Panthers, but, unfortunately for the Mustangs, it didnt last and Dr. Phillips took control of the game en route to the 28-8 victory. Wekiva at West Orange This week begins district in District 8A-4 and 0-3 Wekiva must hit the road to face 1-2 West Orange in an effort to colson. While West Orange lost its ing fashion, the Mustangs were falling by less than one score, as well. This past week, the War riors got the break they needed as Colonial popped up on the schedule, allowing the War riors to cruise to an easy 48-6 win. Dont read too much into that, as the Grenadiers are a sure victory to a program that has decent athletes. Wekiva desperately needs a victory over the Warriors to get their season untracked, not only for the district race, but for the overall season. A win over West Orange of everyone involved with the Wekiva program and would align the Mustangs to rebound to get a solid season. I just dont know that the to pull out a victory over West Orange. The Warriors, despite the two early losses, are an improving program and seem to be ready to challenge for a playoff spot. Wekiva needs this game in more ways than one, but it will be a tough one to get. The score will be West Orange 22-Wekiva 16. Olympia at Apopka I am sure both of these teams think they are improved over last season, and, in certain respects, I think that is correct. However, there are still plenty of questions looming ahead. For Apopka, the obvious question is whether Zack Dar lington will be healthy enough to play, and, if he can, will he be effective. If he cant, how will Chandler Cox and Jevric Blocker perform in his stead? Cox and Blocker are both very good football players, but playing quarterback and lead ing the team is not something you learn overnight. Even the best quarterbacks dont hop right into the action and act like theyve played there for years. Cox has played a little at quarterback for the Blue Darters, subbing for Darlington last year against Olympia and this year in the second half of the preseason game against North Marion. In both cases, he did well, but that doesnt make up for a full year of experience. It will take a full team effort for Apopka to defeat Olympia, much like they had in the victory over Lake Brantley two weeks ago. That effort begins especially with the guys up front on offense. If Apopkas offensive line can open some holes for Cox, Blocker, Ray Ray Smith, Daquon Isom, and others, it will give the Blue Darters a great shot at defeating the Titans. Plus, if Apopkas offense can grind out the clock, going on long drives that end in touchdowns, it will keep the which will go a long way toward the Blue Darters coming away with a victory. But, you cant expect the Apopka offense to be at its peak with Darlington like ly not playing, and that means the defense must also take up the slack as it did against Lake Brantley. While the Titans run a completely different offense than did the Patriots, as they love to throw the ball, Apopka must still stop the Olympia running game so that their effective passing game isnt that much more powerful. You dont want a passing team to be able to run the ball, too. Last year, two huge turnovers were the difference, as Apopka outgained the Titans, but still lost. The winner of this game has been the district champ for the past three seasons. I expect the same out of this game. Coming into this game, Apopkas strength is its defense, while Olympias is its offense. The difference may come down to whether Apopkas offense can best the Olympia defense. A ball-hogging offense will be the best friend for the Apopka defense. The score will be Apopka 24-Olympia 21. Victory over Olympia is team effort for girls volleyball teamBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff On Saturday, September 8, the U11 Apopka Ragamufwasnt just a new season for the soccer club. It was also a new era as it played under the guidance of three new coaches on its staff. The new era began with as successful an outing as possiof its game during the weekend, by 3-0 and 3-1 scores. What a great start to the season, Apopka coach Kim Newsome said. I am really excited about coaching this very talented young group of girls. Playing FC America in its opening game, Madison Tryon received two pinpoint passes from Cameryn Wigmore the back of the net. The passes opened the net up for the goal. Wigmore then notched the hat trick for assists as she set up Brooke Schulz for the teams third goal late in the second half, which put the game out of reach. While the offense over powered the opponent in its played a strong game too. The coaches described all but one of the opponents opportunities to score as marginal and it was stopped. The scoring opportunity ended with a great save from goalie Erica Treadwell. She stretched out horizontally to catch the ball as it was heading towards the lower right-hand corner of the goal. The next day, the team met Orlando City and once again played a complete game resulting in another impressive victory. Tryon and Wigmore once the heart of the opponents defense as the players paired up to score the opening goal. The The lead was then extended to two goals when Lanie Grimado took possession of the ball deep in the Ragamufbled through the opponents defense and onto the doorstep of the goal. But this game was not to be a shutout and a challenge ensued as OCS answered the the lead to 2-1 with a goal off a corner kick. Just minutes later, it then looked like the game was going to be tied and OCS was continuing its momentum as the forwards put together a run resulting in a hard-liner of a shot which appeared destined to the net. But Treadwell came up huge again when she was called on. She extended her body ver tically to deny the goal. After holding OCS for the most part without offensive opportunities after the save by Treadwell, Apopka broke through to put the game away. Schulz lined the ball past the outstretched hands of the OCS goalie into the upper right-hand corner during the games closing moments. The coaches also compli mented the efforts of Madison Cozzi, Kammi Switters, Janae Torres and Beth Walls. Newsome comes to the Apopka High School and under Doug Matthews, who earned his 300th career coaching victory last season and has claimed six district championships. She also played for the Inter United Soccer Club. After graduating from high school, she played for Polk State and then the University of Central Florida. She continued her career, playing for national, Olympic developmental programs as well as professional teams (the New Jersey Sky) She is currently the coach of the Orangewood Christian girls soccer program. The team brought on Kar ry-Ann Bates as its assistant. She is also a former Inter United Soccer Club and Polk State player. However, she competSee ERA Page 11B Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 12A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons gener ated 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. 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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 4B one of several important goals which make up the bigger, big picture. We want to win the district championship and win in the FHSAA postseason tournament. Beating Olympia is big, but it is big because it is the team which has to be beaten to accomplish those bigger, big picture goals. We also are no longer the program on the rise. We are the program. We went district play. So we cant be satwhat we set out to do this year. But as the Blue Darters coach, it is very satisfying. extended its lead to three several times during it. On several occasions, Olympia cut the lead to one point, but Apopka responded with ar least two of their own each time. That is until Apopka reached set point at 24-22. Olympia scored two consecutive points to tie the game at 24-24. Both teams then traded points to send the set into overtime. In the sport of volleyball, sets are won by two points. If tied at 25-25, the teams continue to play until one earns consecutive points. At the beginning of the second set, Apopka once again took a lead. This time it was by four points and it was extended to seven. The margin stayed between four and seven the rest of the way. Once again, Apopka prevented an Olympia run which would have cut the lead to less than four every time the opportunity was created and controlled the play throughout. The third set was the only stretch of play in which Olymout of rhythm and scored critical points. Olympia ripped four aces en route to a 6-0 lead. Apopka did rally and tied the game at 12-12, but it took too much out of Apopka to sustain the momentum and its play. However, that stretch of points was the catalyst for the Blue Darters during the fourth out how to counter-attack what created open spaces after the Titans made adjustments to the original attack. The lead was once again taken by Apopka, but it was never more than three. And it was about midway through the set. Olympia scored three in a row to tie the game. The two teams then traded back-to-back points as it reached its conclusion. Apopka led 24-23. Both teams then took turns scoring consecutive points. The Titans held a 27-26 lead, but then Apopka scored set and end the match in their favor. Olympia is experienced and used to winning, Lillethorup said. They are wellcoached. In addition, it is a hostile environment, very loud and the fans are raucous. We responded every time we needed to in that environment. That was also very satisfying, but more importantly it was huge toward us showing we are lewas critical. A teams odds of winning a match greatly inVolleyball is a game of momomentum. Also the odds go up because of the philosophy it is easier to play from ahead rather than behind. But it was the second set which won the game. We were in control of that set and it forced Olympia to win all three of the remaining sets. It takes a lot out of a team to be close, but not to be able to win either. We made some mistakes and bad plays too. But every time we responded with consecutive points, and our play was real strong when we did that. We got good starts in both of those sets. It gave us the momentum and the room to make a few mistakes. It also put them on their heels, strategy wise. Standout Denise Belcher scored 17 kills. Another 14 were registered by Nicole Dominguez as the Blue Darters strategy was to put two blockers on the Titans numberone hitter. It was only average in its effectiveness. However, it opened up Belcher to score as she was posted on Olympias number-two blocker. It also led to the Blue Darters having two attackers on each rotation, which consistently created the mismatches which are the basis for scoring points. Our success during the fourth set after the start we had, had a lot to do with the second set, Lillethorup said. We felt a sense of control after winning the second set, even though we lost the third. Our energy was high. We focused on closing out the set and in particular getting those two points when the game came down to the conclusion. We had a relentless mentality of not letting the ball hit the ground during the fourth set and in particular the conclusion of the match. We could have gotten out of synch and our game, but we didnt let it happen. In the past we had about two good players who made up Olympia is built like that this year. We made the most of it when we were able to get the ball to their blockers who arent one of the two or three good players. They were ineffective against our attack at the net. We didnt play our best volleyball, but we survived the capped off by this victory. It is an emotional moment for our seniors after coming so close several times. We know we can beat anybody now. But we also were in a tough match, which means we can also get beat. Again, it is something of a breakthrough, but we cant get complacent. We still have to be the team improving the most. ter Chip Petree took over the program, it still struggled for a couple of years. Last year, they Now they are trying to have two winning seasons, like us. Petree took over the procord, its best in 12 years. West Orange defeated competition and as an expansion team, as expected. However, the series quickly shifted to Wekivas favor as Petree was establishing himself as the coach and his staffs way of doing things as well as playing football. West Orange was the team which a win could be penciled in on the schedule. Wekiva made sure the script went as it should have, winning the next three games in the series, Even during the 2009 season when Wekiva won only two games, one of them was against West Orange and it was a shutout. But then a disappointing loss last season, which was one of the key watershed moments on the negative side during district game and set the stage for what was described earlier in this story. The Warriors are now using a pro-multiple set on offense and a combination of a three and four-man front on defense. Although not as intense, the Warriors use the same blitzkrieg, quick-to-the-pointof-attack philosophy as Dr. Phillips. Ball control and using the clock comes after that. It lost 19 players from last season, but returned nine starters on both sides of the ball. Another similarity to the Mustangs is close losses. West Orange began the season ranked in the premier poll for Central Florida at numgame to Boone by a 37-34 score in double overtime. It then fell in another heartbreaker, a 31to the already frustrating losses was the fact both Boone and Freedom are also ranked in the son came last week against CoOut of the Warriors promultiple set comes a deep core of receivers and all of the teams best have Division-I talent, senior Vernon Marshall, junior Garrett Johnson and juhim as doubtful. Against Lake Brantley, the Blue Darters went strictly with the single-wing offense, something they werent really planning on using this year after running it nearly exclusively But, while that and an outstanding defensive effort by the Blue Darters were enough to pick up the victory over Lake Brantley, coach Darlington said his offense must expand the playbook at least some, even if his son cant go at quarterback. Learning the logistics of playing quarterback in his stead has been Chandler Cox, along with Jevric Blocker. Cox normally plays fullback, while Blocker is a running back, who also plays some wide receiver. Cox also serves as the Blue Darters long snapper on punts and placekicks. Weve been running our We dont want to do just single wing, coach Darlington said. Chandlers got to manage the plan. We want somewhat of a sic stuff. The jurys still out. It anything revolutionary. Weve got to keep it pretty simple. out there throwing it around. No matter who is at quarterback for Apopka, the guys up front on the offensive line will likely determine who comes out on top in this game. The play of the offensive have to win the game for us, Darlington said. They have to is a crucial part of the game. If Apopkas offensive line opens up enough holes for the Darters running game, that not only puts points on the board for Apopka, but keeps the Olympia offense on the sideline. Oh, yes, Olympias offense. While the Blue Darters are concerned about how their own offense will go, they must also be prepared for Olympias potent passing attack. Its led by sophomore Deondre Francois. They like to throw it, Darlington said about Olympias offense. They throw it about 65 percent of the time. The quarterback is a sophomore and hes very impressive, very poised, really cool. He throws it really well. Theyve got four good receivers. Numthe ball well, too. Hes a good player. In other words, Apopka defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson has his hands full against a very good offense for the second game in a row. Hell have a lot of different looks for them, Darlington said about Rolson. You cant let them get the running game going. If you let a passing team get the running game going, youre in serious trouble. Depending upon the situation, Rolson will bring pressure or drop more men back into coverage, Darlington said. Overall, Darlington said he thinks the Titans are better on offense this season, but not as good on defense as they were last year. The numbers bear that points in just three games, an contest, but the Titans have allowed 92 in those same games, nearly 31 points per outing. Olympia opened the seaEdgewater. They then fell to ter the Panthers defeated Apopka, 35-17. The Titans lost to Freedom was idle.Apopka: Offensive line will determine outcome against OlympiaDarters: win against Olympia satisfying but Apopka still improving Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1Bbrother, Hayden, lines up under center and has averaged over 150 yards passing through Jernigan has taken over the bulk of rushing the ball. However, he is recovering from an injury which occurred against weeks ago. Defensively, Winston Chasting is a standout on the line. But he is not alone. Corey Vereen has caused just as many problems for offenses as he often comes up to the line from his outside linebacker position. It has continued into this season. They are also Division-I prospects. Coaches dont always measure progress by tangible results and for Wekiva that is the case as it played its best game last week against Dr. Phillips. This was the case, even though the loss to Dr. Phillips was the biggest of this season so far, in terms of the point difference and was actually the only one of the three losses which was more than one touchdown. The Mustangs best game means an old-school running game which controls the clock as well as possession of the ball through a power-rushing attack. Against the Panthers last week, the Mustangs used it to Panthers did not take the lead until 2:07 was remaining during touchdown by Eric Harrell began the comeback, which has been Wekivas downfall. Close games are one thing, but losing them because of a handful of bad plays is another thing. And that is exactly the most tangible measurement of what has prevented the Mustangs from earning a victory. It is often said the difference between losing and winning teams is those handful of plays. Against Dr. Phillips, the next two touchdowns came on the play after a lost fumble and yard jaunt. Falcons, two touchdown passes which covered over 60 yards and two lost fumbles were the difference. The Mustangs also fumbled the ball four other times. Although, they were recovered, the plays were wasted. Against Horizon, the theme was four interceptions and two fumbles as well as a passing touchdown during the fourth quarter which accounted for over 60 yards. We executed well against the Panthers, Parker said. Now the goal is to sustain it and the focus is to prevent the long plays. It is hard to measure what we gained when measuring ourselves against opponents like Dr. Phillips, but measuring ourselves against ourselves, we did a better job last week. We are continuing to sustain controlling the clock and the game much better than we had previously. But again, we still need to get better at it to play our game. We are a work in progress, but we are closer than we have been as we enter the district. We ran the offense slowly against the Panthers. It wont be quite to that extent against the Warriors, but it will still be the same style. There are cerit just like the Panthers do. It is no secret, the offense we run is what slows theirs down. It will take a repeat performance by Reggie Brown to make it happen. Against East River, Brown put up 172 yards on the ground. He followed it Phillips, which against the defense of the states number one team is somewhat equivalent. He was complemented by Watson set up the lone touchdown. Watson practically dragged the entire defense from the line of scrimmage. The team also expects its Richard Scott, to return to the lineup against West Orange. We will rely heavily on Brown again, Parker said. He is our workhorse and we expect him to have an impact. We also will be handing the ball to Watson and Scotts return will help us. He gives us the depth we need to run the offense we do. We cant put the ball on the ground and we cant allow the big play defensively. It is fundamental football, but we have given them up and they have cost us games. Fumbles are called momentum-killers or shifters for a reason. We havent done a good job on the transition when it happens, either. That also has to get better. And this week, we are challenging the secondary. It is supposed to be our strength on defense, because it is all seniors. But they have let the important long pass completions wiggle through. We have given up those touchdowns simply because of secondary busts on the coverages. Continued from page 1BOpener: Return of players will add depth to offense as Mustangs face Warriors Vote online at: TheApopkaChief.com ATTENTION BUSINESS OWNERS:Only OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER BALLOTS be entered to win. 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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 6B Continued from page 1BWekiva: DP Wekiva First downs 12 10 Rushes-yards 26-242 45-156 Passing yards 11 63 Com-Att-Int 3-5-0 8-16-0 Fumbles-lost 0-0 0-2 Penalties-yards 12-91 2-5 DP 0 14 7 7 28 Wekiva 8 0 0 0 8 W-Brown 3 run (Brown run), 4:16 1st. DP-Harrell 88 run (Buckner kick), 8:15 2nd; Harrell 9 run, 2:07 2nd. DP-Gaines 69 run (Buckner kick), 10:55 3rd. DP-Harrell 30 run (Buckner kick), 8:52 4th. Individual statistics Rushing: DP Harrell 14-133 2 TD; Gaines 3-105 TD; Maloney 3-4; Ma. Marshall 2-3; Mike 1-0; Mo. Marshall 1-(-3); Team 2-0. Wekiva Brown 25-84 TD; Watson 7-38; Jal1-1; Patterson 1-(-2). Passing: DP-Maloney 3-5-0 11. Wekiva-Bell 8-16-0, 63. Receiving: DP Proctor 2-7; Ma. Marshall 1-4. Wekiva Patterson 5-44; Bargaineer 1-11; Dillard 2-8. Mustangs give their fans a charge against Dr. Phillips Quarterback Bart Bell drops back to pass during the second half of the game. Wekiva called upon everyone on offense to topple Dr. Phillips, including safety Terrance Ross. Reggie Browns punting was the catalyst for Wekiva gaining the eld position advantage and subsequently its early lead. Trailing during the second half, Wekiva went to the pass much more. But Damoun Patterson and the other receivers found it hard to gain yardage. Reggie Brown gained 84 rushing yards the old fashioned way, he earned it with physical runs. This is one of the few plays he ran to the outside. Even with the defense playing its best game of the season, head coach and defensive coordinator, Ty Parker, had to ready the troops for adjustments. Long touchdown passes were part of the story during Wekivas rst two games, but Yawn Coleman and the secondary limited Roderick Proctors yards. The brass section of the matching band lights up the crowd as it plays its part during the halftime show. The Air Force JROTC, as it always does before home games, as a part of the pregame festivities, presents the nations colors to the fans standing in the crowd. Principal Dr. Elise Gruber is always one to join Wekiva students when school spirit is on display. Another familiar sight was a host of tacklers preventing short passes from becoming long gains the few times Dr. Phillips did go to the air.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 7BPhotos by Tammy Keaton, of The Apopka Chief Staff Caleb Lunneen eyes the end zone as he outruns the Windermere Bobcats, eventually scoring for the Apopka Raptors. All-in-all it is a good day for Apopka against Windermere Blue Darters Senior Midget victory has plenty of actionTiny Mites and Jr. Pee Wees run to victory against Sanford Earlier in the day, the Apopka Blue Darters Jr. Pee-Wee and Tiny Mites teams also earned victories against their opponents from Seminole. Pictured left, during the Jr. PeeWee game, Sylvester Jones looks to pick up a block as he cuts back against the Seminole defender while the team runs a rushing play. Pictured right, during the Tiny Mites game, K eegan Coomer tries to shake the tackle of the Seminole defender as the play produces open-eld space ahead of him. On Saturday, September 8, the Apopka Blue Darters faced the Sanford Seminoles. The organizations are members of Pop Warner Football and rosters are age appropriate. The last game of the day pitted the two senior midget teams, which are made up of the oldest players and Apopka won. Pictured top left, Demetri Burch waits on the block of Anton Wynn as he looks upeld for room to run. The Darters defense converge, pictured bottom left, on the Seminole ball-carrier as he tries to lunge forward for extra yards. Anton Wynn, pictured right, attempts a eld goal as the Seminole defender tries to time his jump in an effort to block it. Burch is the holder. Team players are, front row(l-r), Bella Recinos, Ahrianna Kitson, Grace Hinerman, Emma Bruinsma, Macy Laszaic, Leilani Nichols and Meghan Simon. Players in the back row are, (l-r), Manny Ledezma, Hunter LaJeunesse, Jonan Berrios, Gabe Stalnaker, Tyler Boreske, Jacob Lloyd and Alonso Reyna. Not Pictured is Makenna Kramer.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 8B Treasures and Pleasures, a 446page cookbook published in 1990 by the Presbyterian Womens group of the First Presbyterian Church in Apopka, is the source of this weeks recipes. Janet Connelly was chairman of the churchs cookbook project. Sharon Bray, Marj Beckert, Ina Burgust, Kit Nelson, Dottie Andrews, Sis Pitman and Kathy Wellington were the cookbook committee. Enjoy the recipes below from this community cookbook that indeed has proven to be a great treasure through the years. JUDY GREENS MOMS BEST CINNAMON ROLLS 1 package frozen Bridgeport Parker House rolls Cinnamon (amount to your taste) 1 package butterscotch (non-instant) pudding mix 1 stick butter 1 cup brown sugar cup nuts (optional) Spray oil in a bundt pan. Sprinkle cinnamon. Add Parker house rolls. Sprinkle on pudding. Melt one stick of butter and one cup brown sugar in saucepan and pour over all. Sprinkle on one-half cup chopped pecans (optional). Let rise to top of Bundt pan. Bake for 25 minutes at 325 degrees. Turn immediately from oven onto platter. PATRICIA HOOPERS CINNAMON ROLLS cup whole milk cup sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons salt cup Crisco 2 packages dry yeast cup very warm water 2 eggs, beaten Scald milk and stir in sugar, salt and shortening. Cool to lukewarm. Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir until dissolved, then stir into the lukewarm milk mixture. Add beaten eggs and three cups of the elastic. Place in a greased bowl and brush top with soft shortening. Cover and let rise in a warm place until double in bulk, about one hour. Punch down and turn out onto a lightly into an oblong 14 x 9 inches. Brush lightly with melted butter. Sprinkle each half with three-fourths cup sugar and 2 teaspoons cinnamon. Roll up as if for jelly roll, makCut into nine equal pieces. Place cut-sideup about one inch apart on greased baking pan. Cover and let rise until doubled in bulk. Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. Recipe yields about two dozen cinnamon rolls. JANET CONNELLYS FLORIDA FRENCH TOAST 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup orange juice teaspoon orange peel, grated 1 teaspoon cinnamon 10 slices raisin bread 1-1/2 cups vanilla wafers (33 wafers), Butter or margarine Maple syrup Combine eggs, cinnamon, orange juice and orange peel. Dip raisin bread into egg mixture and then into vanilla wafer crumbs, coating both sides. Fry on both sides in two tablespoons butter or margarine till golden brown. Add additional butter, as needed, each time more bread is added. Serve with butter and maple syrup. Recipe yields four LIZ WILLIAMS WALNUT DATE BARS 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup butter 3/4 cup brown sugar 1 egg teaspoon vanilla 2 cups confectioners sugar, sifted 2 teaspoons orange juice and rind cup chopped walnuts cup chopped dates the butter with the brown sugar until light Beat well. Stir in dry ingredients, blending until smooth. Mix in dates and walnuts. 7 x -inch pan and spread evenly. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 30 minutes. Cool a few minutes in pan before removing and cooling completely on cake rack. Walnut date bars may be iced with a frosting of butter mixed with sugar and orange juice to spreading consistency. MYRT HUBBARDS STUFFED FRENCH TOAST WITH STRAWBERRY SAUCE 1 loaf bread (French or other) 10 eggs 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1-1/2 cups half-and-half cup maple syrup 8 tablespoons butter, melted Cube bread and layer half in 12 x 8-inch pan. Cut cream cheese into small pieces and scatter across bread. Cover with remaining bread cubes. Mix eggs, half-andhalf, maple syrup and melted butter together well. Pour evenly over bread cubes and press bread cubes down to soak up egg mixture. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes. Serve with fresh strawberry sauce. Recipe serves eight to ten. TOM DORMANS POPOVERS 1 cup milk cup canned milk 1 egg Dash of salt and lots of pepper 1/2 teaspoon garlic 1 teaspoon onion 1/2 teaspoon sugar tency. Fry popovers in deep fat. BETH WALTERS SOUR CREAM PANCAKES 1 egg, well beaten 1 cup sour cream teaspoon baking soda teaspoon salt cup(or more, if needed) milk Beat egg. Combine with sour cream and milk. Pour batter into skillet or on griddle and cook pancakes on both sides till done. SIS PITMANS FLORIDA ORANGE BREAD 3/4 cup orange rind, slivered 1-1/2 cups sugar 1-1/3 cups water 3 tablespoons butter 1-1/3 cups orange juice 3 eggs, well beaten 4 teaspoons baking powder teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons salt Remove thin orange rind and cut into very thin slivers. Combine sugar and water. Add rind, stirring constantly over heat until sugar (The peel and syrup should measure 1-1/3 cups.) Add butter and stir until melted. Add orange juice and beaten eggs. Sift dry ingredients together into mixing bowl. Add the orange mixture and mix just enough to moisten ingredients. Batter should be lumpy. Bake in 9 x 5 x 3-inch greased and lined 325 degrees. Turn on rack to cool. Recipe yields one loaf. MARY LOU GRUPPS PEAR BREAD cup butter 1 cup sugar teaspoon baking soda 1/4 cup yogurt, buttermilk or sour cream 1 cup coarsely chopped pears, cored and peeled 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg Cream the butter and gradually beat in the sugar. Beat in the eggs one at a time. Combine dry ingredients and add to egg mixture alternately with the yogurt. Stir in pears and vanilla. Pour into a buttered 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Enjoy these recipes from Treasures and Pleasures cookbook Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley.Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comPlease send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712Please send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712or send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712 MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili!We know shed love to hear from you!Visit: www.theapopkachief.comWe know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.com Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comor send them to: MMM........Chili!The Apopka Chiefand The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22Spaghetti Dinner: The United Methodist Men will hold the dinner at 6:00 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church of Apopka, 201 S. Park Ave., Apopka. Tickets are available from any of the United Methodist Men or by calling the church. Cost is $6 for adults and $4 for children. For information, call fumcapopka.com.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. 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, SEPTEMBER 24 Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:30 p.m. 6:25 p.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407312-0849, or go to www.tops.org. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. 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 at 407com. Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings will be held every fourth Tuesday, at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. For more information, contact Stuart Harris at 407-889-5305; 591 N. Park Ave., #996, Apopka. 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 nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-886-1147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults who enjoy playing board games or creating projects. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 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 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 407-886-4231. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central in Apopka Call 407-880-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407-814-9678. 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 nonmembers. 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.UPCOMING EVENTSMens Beast Feast: Saturday, September 29 at 5:00 p.m. at Lockhart Baptist Church, 7601 Edgewater Drive, Orlando. Speaker: Former Florida State Legislator, Bob Hattaway. $10 per person. Please RSVP to 407-2951133 by September 25. 20th World Bromeliad Conference: Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29, from 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., and Sunday, September 30, from 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Caribe Royale Resort and Conference Center, in Orlando, hosted by the Florida Council of Bromeliad Societies. For more information, call Mr. Jay Thurrott, at 386-761-4804, or Family Funtastic Day and Gospel Music Celebration : Presented by New Beginnings Worship Center and Victory Cowboy Church, Saturday, September 29, at New Beginnings Worship Center, 4490 N. Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. Activities will include a yard sale, fun kids games, contests, great food and awesome entertainment. All ily. For information or to donate to the event or yard sale, please call Karen Janus at 407-703-4434. Club of Orlando: Meetings will be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Primrose Dr., Orlando. Active duty wives are also welcome to attend. For information contact Marty Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Tuesday of every month, from 6:30 8:00 p.m., at the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. The meeting is for men who have prostate cancer, or would like more information about the disease. For more information, call Till at 407-341-1826. Zellwood Historical Society Meeting: Meetings are held the last Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Historical Society Museum and Library, 3160 Union St., Zellwood. Open to all Zellwood residents that have a desire to join. For more information, call 321-277-4587. Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City Diner, in the Wekiva Riverwalk Plaza. Music by Laurie, Queen of the Hop! Open to all makes and models, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises!ONGOING EVENTSAfter-School Youth Program : The New Journey Youth Center program for youth, ages 12-19, that will offer tutoring in academics, art, beginning Tuesday, September 4, from 1:00 6:00 p.m., at the John H. Bridges Community Center, Building A, 445 W. 13th St., Apopka. Cost is $30 per teen, per month and $10 for a New Journey Youth Center T-shirt and membership card. A daily snack is included in the cost. Volunteers and speakers are also needed. For more information, call Yarbrough at 407-9709263 or visit www.newjourneycenter.org. Apopka Dance Program Registration : The city of Apopka Dance program invites residents and nonresidents to sign up for this season. Instruction is offered to girls and boys in tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, combination classes for children under 7 years of age. Also offered is a Tiny Tots class for 3 year olds where the little one will learn the basic movements of dance. Parents are also invited to sign up and have fun with their little one in the new Mommy & Me creative movement class for toddlers 18 months and older. Registration will continue through October 1st or until ister online at www.apopka.net or in person at either the Fran Carlton Center or the Northwest Recreation Complex. For more information, call 407-703-1784. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: 6:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Kit Land Nelson Park. Call Jennifer, 407-948-5603 for details. Bridge 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. 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 407-6158982. Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand tion in Apopka that assists local charities with provisions, is in need of two stoves, a bike and a window air conditioning unit, for those in need. They are also collecting travel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, much of which is handed out to students going back to school. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation.org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, 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 407-625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease selfmanagement 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 phones for the Sheriffs Department. 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 the month of September! 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, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-880-8881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka 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 ************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 407-835-7323. raisers, 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) T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407886-1147.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 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 hapThe Apopka Chief 32704, or call the newsroom In the period from September 10-16, the Apopka Police for assistance, responded to 11 these arrests, four were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with battery-touch or strike, aggravated assault with weapon and robbery. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Welch Rd., Apopka, arson, 2nd degree. Dustin Ray Craft, 30, 333 W. Welch Rd., Apopka, driving while license suspended-habitual offender, burglary unoccupied structure unarmed, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Miguel Angel Salazar, 24, tery-touch or strike. Emmanuel Lopez, 20, 1517 Sunset View Cir., Apopka, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Molly A. Odell, 47, 612 E. 1st St., Apopka, cocaine possession. 51 Longhorn Dr., Apopka, possession controlled substance without prescription. Ashley Webb, 19, 3619 Anna Dr., Apopka, operate vehicle without drivers license. Dustin Neal Everson, 29, 2036 Jefferson Ave., Sanford, out of county warrant. Enrique Espericueta, 40, grand theft motor vehicle, larceny-petit theft 1st degree more than $100 but less than $300, Christopher S. Brickley, 23, 25 S. Wekiva Springs Rd., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 1st degree more than $100 but less then $300. Regina Lynn Crumity, 22, 22, 46 M.A. Board St., Apopka, warrant-failure to appear. Deanna Ellen Austin, 44, alcohol or drugs X 2 with 3rd violation. Mykal Anthony Walden, 21, 5110 Rosamond Dr., Orlando, driving while license suspended 1st offense.Police Beat The Florida Bandmasters Association will present Band Festival on Saturday, November 3, at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, and the group is asking individuals and businesses in the community to pitch in to make the event possible. More than 20 local high school marching bands and 700 middle-school students will perform the Star-Spangled Banner at the event. Each high school band will be rated by a panel of adjudicators that will give valuable written and verbal critiques to assist with the further development of their performance. Members from both Apopka and Wekiva high school marching bands will be among the 4,500 participants from Central Florida. More than 5,000 parents and supporters also come out to watch the event. the Patrons Page of the program of the event with a $249 or less donation. Patrons who donate $250 will receive a halfpage ad and those who donate $350 will receive a full-page advertisement. The Florida Bandmasters ganization of band directors and supporters of school band programs in Florida. For more information, email to hannah.jennings@ ocps.net or bernard.hendricks@ocps.net.Apopka and Wekiva bands seeking funds INTERSECTION OF SR 436 AND SR 434, IN KOHLS SHOPPING CENTER. 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. 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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 10B Apopka Chief Staff The folks at the Wekiva-Middle St. Johns-Tomoka Marsh Aquatic Preserves are passionate about the natural beauty that surrounds the Wekiva Wild and Scenic River System and they work hard to preserve it. Their passion has translated into a desire to share those resources with others, who may not know about the beauty in their own backyard, and enable them to experience it for themselves. As a result, they have created the Wekiva cal school groups. for the program is Piedmont Lakes Middle School. During the program, 300 students from the school 100-125 students per day will attend an allday program that will feature manned by senior park biologists, park rangers and guides and interpreters from the Wekiva Wilderness Trust. There will be one teacher or chaperone for each 10 students. The students will be divided into groups of 20 students. The park offers countless educational opportunities for visits by groups of all ages to learn about the history, geography, ecology and environment of the area, said Virginia Oros, Wild and Scenic River Ambassador with the Florida Department of Environmen tal Protection. The park is in every sense a living classroom and the ideal place for students vironment is all about and the role they have in helping to protect and preserve it. Oros said visits by school groups are encouraged and welcomed. They also qualify for free admission. In the 40 years since the park gates opened, tens of thousands of school children have enjoyed an educational and fun visit to the park, Oros said. A tailor-made itinerary can be provided to suit a groups par ticular needs. Last year more than 33,000 people visited the parks nature center which is run by the Wekiva Wilderness it citizens support group that supports the work of the park. Oros, who has a BA degree from the University of Florida in special education, has volunteered approximately 1,000 hours as a member of the WWT and is on the technical advisory team for the Friends of the Wekiva River. During the programs, she will discuss groundwater, anatomy of a spring and aquatic life including birds, plants and animals, which make up the biodiversity of the aquatic ecosystem. The guides and interpreters from the WWT are available to discuss all aspects of the park and conduct programs and walks of varying duration while senior park biologists and park rangers are able to talk in more detail about these things if required. They are all trained interpreters skilled at speaking to groups of all ages. Activities can range from visits to the nature center, guided walks of varying lengths, programs covering the springs, Florida aquifer and watershed; identifying animal tracks and so on. If a class is studying a particular subject, we can probably tailor a program to include various elements of it. Despite the water environment, the area is very safe. There has never been a serious accident in the spring or surrounding area, Oros said. are on duty at all times and a visit to the park poses no threat at all. The park has plentiful restroom facilities, and pavil ions and picnic areas for lunch. Recreational opportunities include walking, swimming, canoeing and kayaking, and all of these can be incorporated into a program for what would be a very memorable day in the park. The parks, which cover more than 41,000 acres and provide a natural corridor for wildlife extending all the way north to the Ocala National Forest, include Wekiwa Springs State and Lower Wekiva River PreThe parks, collectively known as the Wekiva River Basin cated in Lake, Orange, and Seminole Counties, approximately 20 miles northwest of Orlando. The Wekiva River Basin State Parks are important not only because they are a magily developed urban area, but because they display 19 distinct natural habitats, more than any other state park in Florida, Oros said. It is a second magnitude spring that pumps out 43 million gallons of fresh waof 11,000 Olympic-size swimportant role in the hydrology of the region.New ECO program will get students out of classroom, into nature The programs set up by the Wekiva Wilderness Trust (WWT) will feature ve different nature stations manned by biologists, rangers and guides. Park workers will use nature as a living classroom. Recently, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation calls from excited motorists on Highway 19 in the Ocala National Forest reporting a bear sitting alongside the busy road. They were concerned it was sick or would get hit by a vehicle. When a biologist went to check it out, she discovered a very natural activity: The bear was sitting off the shoulder of mouth as fast as it could. Fear ing the bear might be hit by a car or truck, the biologist tried to chase it into the woods to a safer eating spot. Instead it ran up a nearby oak tree and, after balancing precariously on thin branches, began eating every Were beginning to get lots of calls from people in both rural and urban areas reporting what they think is a sick or hurt bear because it plops itself down for extended periods and casually eats grass, acorns, ber ries, insects really any natural food nearby, said Susan Carroll-Douglas, wildlife assistance biologist for the FWCs Northeast Region. In autumn, bears in Florida begin a natural process of putting on fat stores for the winter. To do this, they require around 25,000 calories a day and will eat anything thats convenient. The easier it is to get, the better they like it. It takes a lot of acorns, berries, grass, insects and leaves to make 25,000 calories a day, said Mike Orlando, assistant bear program coordina tor for the FWC. But bears arent fussy, and they are very smart. Its much easier and tastier to consume that many cal ories by eating food like gar bage, pet food, livestock food and birdseed that people leave readily available. What does all this mean to the average central Florida resident, besides serious problems for themselves, their family, pets and the bears unless they make some adjustments? If you live in most counties in central Florida, you very likely live in bear country. You may see bears frequently, or not at all, but they are living near by. During this time of year, even those who rarely or nevtheir yard or walking around the neighborhood munching on acorns and other natural foods, said Carroll-Douglas. This is not a cause for alarm, but people need to know what to look for and what they should do if they have seen or suspect bears are nearby. First, look for signs of an unseen visit by a bear. Signs include garbage strewn all over the place, bird feeders ripped down and seed eaten, livestock or pet food raided, acorns disappearing, footprints that look oddly human-like, and large piles of fecal material, also called scat, of garbage, corn, and other foods, said Orlando. Next, if you see a bear or signs of one, take action to discourage it from hanging around. If one is in your yard, the FWC recommends making a lot of noise to disturb the bear and make it move on. Car horns, air horns, banging pots and pans, noisemakers and yelling can all be effective. Its also imperative to get rid of or securely store any source of food that would keep it coming back for more, day after day, week after week, and month after month. In other words, if you have garbage outside, lock it up; if you have bird feeders up, take them down; if you feed pets outside, pick up the food ished, said Orlando. nally call to complain about a bear tell us they like the bears coming around and dont mind picking up the garbage, or let ting the bears eat the pet food. They just dont like it when the same bears walk into garages, break into screen rooms or hover around school bus stops, said Carroll-Douglas. When the bears do these things in search of more food, the people want them gone. It is critically important for people to understand the ramthe bears when bears are allowed access to human-provided food. It is hard to convince people that a seemingly benign action like letting the bears eat and tolerating bears in and around their homes creates a nuisance problem with dire consequences. If you suspect or see a bear, it is your responsibility to implement a plan that will foil the bears attempt to get easy food, Orlando said. There are many proven methods avail able, and were happy to talk to you about them. People can call the FWCs in Ocala at 352-732-1225 or check out many valuable tips and methods online at MyFWC.com/Bear. Allowing bears to eat and hang around can mean potential injury to humans and near certain death for bears, Car roll-Douglas said. Its hard for us to make people under stand the correlation between the food source they supply and the nuisance problems they ultimately experience. Its everyones responsibility to do the right thing to help ensure the future of the Florida black bear. Weve had three or four incidents in the past couple of years in our area where bears have bitten or scratched humans. Every single case involved human-provided food, and in the situations where we were able to catch the bear, we had to kill it, said Orlando. The following free classes are available at the Oakland Nature Preserve, 747 Machete Trail, Oakland. Science Saturday Turtles and Tortoises of Florida, Saturday, September 22, 10 a.m. The 2012-2013 Science Saturday program kicks off with Bill Murray, president of the Central Florida Turtle and Tortoise Club, lecture on turtle and tortoises native to Florida and how their populations are doing in the wild. Information will also be available on maintaining a healthy habitat. Garden of Weedin Volunteers, Join this devoted group of volunteers to work on restoration projects at the Preserve. It is a rewarding experience that will give you an opportunity to learn about Floridas natural systems from group leader and Master Naturalist Jackie Rolly and Master Gardener Ken Ricklick. A small group that does an amazing job! Insect Lecture, Saturday, October 6, noon Join Christy LeDuc for a lecture on Florida insects followed by a fun adventure exploring the Preserve for all kinds of small creatures with a catch and release safari. Get Out and Take a Hike, Saturday, October 13, 2 p.m. The weather is cooling down and fall is in the air. Trained specialist Shane Over street will lead a guided tour through Oakland Nature Preserve and out to the boardwalk on the shore of Lake Apopka to explore the upland trails. Community Volunteer Workday, Saturday, October 20, 9 a.m. Does your student need volunteer hours? This is a great way to earn needed community service hours while helping the Preserve with various projects such as restoration, ground maintenance, and a variety of other duties. Families and groups are welcome to come out and help. Wear closed-toed shoes and bring water. Gloves and tools will be provided. Oakland Heritage Festival, Saturday, October 27, 10 a.m.4 p.m. The City of Oakland invites the public to Speer Park fun to celebrate their natural and cultural history. The event will include food, music, vendors, a guided boat tour on Lake Apopka, childrens activity corner, historical, cultural, and wildlife presentations, and more. Visit the event website at OaklandnaturePreserve.org. For more information, call Mona Phipps at 407-9050054 or email director@oaklandnaturepreserve.org. ... The following interpre tive programs, presented by the Wekiva Wilderness Trust, will be at 10 a.m. at the Wekiwa Springs State Apopka. Saturday, September 15 Basic survival techniques Saturday, September 22 Prescribed burns explained Saturday, September 29 *Walking Wekiva How to get the most out of the trails Saturday, October 6 *Floridas endangered wildlife. Saturday, October 13 *Protecting Floridas water ways and water resources. Saturday, October 20 *Walk Back in Timean all day re-enactment event. Fun for everyone.Florida bears are very active this season The Florida black bear may nd its food in your backyard. Photo courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.Free classes offeredWekiva Wilderness Trust will present interpretive programs Saturdays Members of the Apopka High school cross country team are, (front row, l-r) Jessica Lear, Megan Berenis, Micaela Oster, Antonella Bellini and Reina Nunez; (middle row, l-r), Courtney Houvouras, Sarah Riggs, Taylor Lorenz, Kirschline Fleuristal and Naomi Forbes, (back row, l-r), Jesus Barajas, Patrick Fitzgerald, Juvon Treasure, Robert Sandstorm, Austin Clark, Artom Pimerov, Justin Osana, Kenneth Johnson, and Geovanni Maldando. Not pictured are Jordan Williams, Juan Carmona and Robert Barajas. Cross country team spreads its wings A golf tournament to benin Seminole County and Greater Apopka will be on Saturday, rol Estates Golf Club, 1355 Er rol Parkway, Apopka. Registra The event will feature a four-person scramble with shotgun start. There will also be closest to the pin and longest goodie bags given during the event. A buffet lunch will be included. For more information, call or email Chris.francis55@ya hoo.com.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 11B Hello Folks, It was another great weather was great and so was the water and they are havin a and shellcrackers havent slowed down much and some folks are getting their limits. The lakes that run off the St. Johns River have produced Most of the lakes like Lake Woodruff, Lake Dexter, Puzzle Lake, and Lake Monroe have Harney and Lake Jesup have been good, too. the pads, under tree-tops with red worms and crickets. If you can catch some grasshrimp, bluegills really love em, and they will bite em every time. Captain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers in The Harris Chain. The usual places like Dead River, Haines Creek, 9th Street Canal, just to name a few. shade, you should be able to locate some bluegills. If you 3 to 5 feet of water, you should action. good on the river. Most of the bass are feedin in the mouth of the feeder creeks, or in the mouth of the canals feedin into movin water, you should be able to catch some nice bass. You can catch em on swimbaits, spinnerbaits, plastic worms, and Rat-L-Traps. Lots of folks, includin myself, love to catch bass on topwater. If you have some type of prop, or poppin topwater lure give it a try. Its a blast watchin those bass bust on top of the water. and ladies, the seawall in Lake Monroe and up at Crows Bluff area of the river has been producin a mixed bag of bluegills, shellcrackers, and been a good spot to catch some bluegills and shellcrackers as well. Make sure you got plenty of red worms, and crickets. You dont want to get up in the river and start catchin a bunch of bluegills and run out of bait. Folks are still catchin Wekiva River and the St. Johns River. Most folks with nightcrawlers and small domestic shiners. Folks are catchin a few specks in Lake Dorr in the Ocala Forest. Most of the specks are bein caught on jigs tipped with a minner. You need to get down the bottom. I also wanted to mention that if you put your boat in at Lake Monroe at the I-4 Bridge, you might write down these dates. They are goin to start construction on the railroad bridge on September 28, which is a Friday. The waterway under the bridge will be closed for navigation goin north on the river. The bridge is scheduled to reopen on Monday, October 1. So, in essence, that area of the river will be inaccessible. You will have to put in at Highbanks or Crows Bluff area of the river. Well, thats it for this week, I hope you get a week, or over the weekend. The weather has been beautiful. See ya next week. Tip of the week: grass shrimp for bluegills. Save a few and good luck. ed for Lake Brantley High School and transferred to Florida Southern University (Lakeland) for her last two years of college. The teams training duties are being handled by Autumn Browning. She scored 119 goals and 56 assists playing for Winter Park and was the states player of the year at the conclusion of her senior year. Her college career was made up of Southern Methodist University and USF. She has also played for national, Olympic developmental and professional teams, including in Norway. Vince Crampton returns as the teams goalie trainer. He has worked with the goalies for several years and is known throughout Central Florida for his abilities in that area. Continued from page 3B Era: Browning to handle trainingThe U11 Apopka R agamufns are, (back row, l-r), coach Kerry-Ann, Erica Treadwell, Janae Torres, Kammi Switters, Lanie Grimando, coach Kim Newsome, (front row, l-r), Brooke Schulz, Beth Walls, Madison Tryon, Madison Cozzi, and Cameryn Wigmore. The city of Apopka Dance Program invites residents and non-residents to sign up for dance classes. Instruction is offered to girls and boys for tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, acrobatics, and lyrical. Also offered is a Tiny Tots class for three-year old chil dren. They will learn the basic movements of dance. Parents are also invited to sign up for Mommy and Me creative movement class for toddlers 18 months and older. Also offered is a new Intro to Dance class for children ages seven and older with no dance experience. Students will learn the basic technique of a variety of styles. All classes meet once per week for one hour at the Fran Carlton Center located at 11 N. Forest Ave. Mommy and Me classes meet once per week for 30 minutes of instruction at a reduced class fee. Classes started on Monday, September 10. 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r fntbt bbbt r r f fr r f ff r r f ff r r f r r f rr f nrtb f r t bt r r r r ft rt r fttt r f r r tr r r t tt r t b f f b f f f f f t t rr t rrn ft r tft b fb r fttrtbt r f r n tb f nt r tt t rf n r tbfr f n tn n r r rf f bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf t 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 n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr f r b r r r f t t t t t t t brr f nb bn b r n n tnbrr rb fr n f rn rf bfr n rb rfr nf fr n n fnrbfb t b t b bb t t bnrb b r f r n tb b f nt nrt t rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rfr rf f bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf t 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 n nn bf b n r nbfrbtbfrf r r r f t t t t t t t brr f nb bn b r n n tnbrr rb fr n f rn rf bfr n rb rfr nf fr n n fnrbfb t b t b bb t t bnrb b r f r n tb tt nt n t 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 tnbr 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 n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfr f r r r f t t t t t t t brr f nb bn b r n n tnbrr rb fr n f rn rf bfr n rb rfr nf fr n n fnrbfb t b t b bb t t bnrb bb r f r n tb tt nt r t t rf n r tbfr f n tn n r r rf f bf r n bf b b n n bbr b b bf rf n rf nf tnbr 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 n nn bf b n r nbfrbtbfrf r b r r f t t t t t t t brr f nb bn b r n n tnbrr rb fr n f rn rf bfr n rb rfr nf fr n n fnrbfb t b t b bb t t bnrb b r f ntb f r r r f n fn t rfrnt tb n f f nt tf n tf n b b t f rt brft b t t rn f rt n bf fn brt bfn f t nt n nr r nn nf nb rf f t nt n b n bbf bn tb nf t nt t f b brft tb t t n t f bf n tf b n nt bfnff nbf b b nt n ntf b tbf t bb f f bft t bft n f f bfnrttbt f f f f r f n f f f n f f f t n f f f f t bf f f n nnf f fbtf rtbrft t n b t f f btt nnf tn f b ttbf bfnt tf f bnrt tnrf n b n rbn bf btb rfnnttbb b r r r r r ff r r f rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n n fb f n n bn ftt tf n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fbt r fntbt bbb n f f fr r ffr r f rf n f nntb nt n n f b r f r r r r n t n r n t b n tn t f t r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rn f fttrtbt r fntbt bb n f f fr r f ffrr f rf n f ff ntb t ff f ntb t ff ntb t ff ntb t fff ntb t t t f b b b b b b b t n t r bbb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bbr r r r tbt f t t r t n b t t f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rt nn f fttrtbt t r fntbt bb n f f fr r frr f rf n ff f n t br r b t b r t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t n t t f tr r r b b r r t t t t t r t t t t t t t b t nt b b fb r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r f fttrtbt r fntbt bbb n f f fr r r r f rf n f nntb t n n f b btr r r b b r r n t n r n t b n tn t f t r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rn f fttrtbt r fntrb r f t t t ttft f r r b f r nnfr rb r f f r r nt b fb rb t b r t b b b f r ff t t b b f r b b f f tnn tt tt fn b f nt n f nt tt b fn nt t f n t tfr b b b t r rtfnnrn ft ntnrt f t tn b rfbf f f f b t f r b r t b t r r f t t r t r f tr b b b b b nb b trr r r nnnbfb b r fntbt bbb n f f fr r r r f rf n n tt bn r n tt bn r t t f t r r r b b r r t b t r t b n b t nn bnt b f b r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rnnntnn nnn f fttrtbt r f ntb f nnn n r n n n rn n n rr r n nn n f nn nnn t t tt t t t nt t t t t nt t tt t t n t t t t n n rfrntb b nrnftnrtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b r n f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt nrt tf rt tf ttt r nrt tf nt ttt r rt tf bnb fn ttt tntb ttt tntb nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n bf b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtbbb t t tt nt t t t t t tt t t t t t bf bf n t 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 b n t nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn rn n r f ntb n n f n n n n n rr nnr n nn t t t nt t t t t n t t n n rfrntb b nrnftnrtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb f n f t ntb nt tn fn fn fn bnt rb nbn nt fbn bf t bfnbt b t n tt f nbf tntn t nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nr bt nb fntf f nf nb t b b n bf b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtb b b t t t nt t t t t tt t t t t t bf bf nt t t 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 b n t nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn rn n r f r n tb f f f f tt r tt b nt t rf n rf tb n b btb n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n f b n n b tr frftnrfbnf ntr b bf r b rf rft b bbftrf b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn bnbn nf b tr n nbb b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt fr t bf r r b r f t trr tfb bn n tr n bbb nbbb ntrr r bbbftbr n bftb rn rf bbbbfbrb n brbb rfr bbnfb bftbr n n fbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb b rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf bn bf bn bf rf nf bf b nf nb b fft n btn tb f b b b tbf nnbft nb nf ttnb nfnbbt n tf rbtb bn t rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf n nf bf rf nf bf b bf nb b fft n btn tb f b b b tbf nnbft nb nf ttnb nb bt n n n rbtb bn r

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rfnnttfbf r r r r r r r t r r b rn bbf rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf fb rfnnttb r r r r bf rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n n f f n n b bn ftt tf n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf fbf rffnftbf b r r r r r btb rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n f ft fnn nf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r fn n btbnb ffr fnf fb rfnntttb b r r r r r btb rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r ft t bnbtb n ffr ftf fb rfnntfffbt b r r r r r r bb rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n bf fb n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf f rfnnttbff r r r r r ff rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ftf f rfnnttbf r r r r r r r t r r tft r bt rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fb r fntbt bbb n f f fr r ffr r f rf n f n tb f n tb n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n f b tr f r r r r n n n n n r n n n tn n n n b n t nt f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rtttt t n fttrtbt r f r n tb b f f f f tt r tt nt t t rf n rf tb n bbtb n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f f b n n b tr f rft n rfb nf n tr b bf rbrf rft b bbftrf b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn b nbn nf b tr n nbb b nn f tbbt nb r b nfrtfrtbf r r b r f t trr tfb bn n tr n bbb nbbb ntrr r bbbftbr n bftb rn rf bbbbfbrb n brbb rfr bbnfb bftbr n n fbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb b r ff ntbbb b r b fb r b f f b r r r b b f r r r rr f nrtb t rt f r rr b r r r r f r r b r r f fb n t r r t b t n t rr t tr t nt fff nt f r t tfb bb b n n tb b t t r ff ntb n t r f f r f r bn bbnt r r f f r f r rfntt f bb b r r b b b r r b b b fr nn nnt b b b n b b b b b b f f b b bbbn r ff ntb n t f f bn bbnt rffnn t tbb b r r b b b f r b b b t n r n n b b b n b b b b b b n ftt f tt t b nnn bt bbbn r f r n tb b tt nt f f t t rf n rf tb n b btb n bn b rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n f b n n b tr frftnrfbnf ntr b bf r b rf rft b bbftrf b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn bnbn nf b tr n nbb b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt fr t bf r r r f t trr tfb bn n tr n bbb nbbb ntrr r bbbftbr n bftb rn rf bbbbfbrb n brbb rfr bbnfb bftbr n n fbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb b r f ntb n rtt nn rr nn r tt f n rrn fn n rnn t tn n ntrnn fn n n rnr frn n frn rf nf n n rf nrtfbr ff tfb rrr rr tf tfb rrr tt tf tf f rfr ftnnr f tr ffbn rr frt ft f f t rr r nt f f r r r tf rr f f f bttr rrr tf t f t ttf r rtf f tr rtf f f rf r tt f tr t tr f tf r tr fn bt tr r f t ft rtr rf r rr f t ttf r f rtr tr rtr ftrbr rt b r rtr r nt f f tr rr rr trft rr r tr r f t ft t ft f t f rftr tft rtr rfr n r fntbt bbt ff r r ff f ff r r f ffff tr rfntb bfnn nr bfnn rfn bfnn r trn b b btr f r fr r f f r tr f r r f f r f f n t r rtt rr b ffn f b b n nrf b fnr ftnff n b b b r r r nrn rnfftn fttrtbt r fntbt b r r r r frr nff ff r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr tr f fr f r f b r fr f r b b r tr r r b b r r r r n b r r fr f r r rrr r fbr r f n frf n fnft n bfr r r r frr b rr rr bb rbbf fttrtbt r ff ntbn tt r r r r b n rfnt nbnnbt n f tn bt n f n ft nt ft tbn nnn b b rn fn t fnnb br rn nt f rb ft f ntnfrnt nffrn bb ft n n f bn fnt b tbn nnrfn bbn brb rbt f rn tbbffrbfbn rn t n f rb t fnnb nb b ft ft nft n f ftn b rn ff bntbnt fnt fb f bn f b f n ft tn fn ft nt b b rn fn t fnnb br rn nt f rb ft f ntnfrnt nffrn bb ft n n f bn fnt b t ftb nnrfn bbn brb rbt f rn t bbf f rb fbn n b n n nt n b f ft rn t nbn nn b rn fb ft nbbf f rb f ntfrnbt bft nnt brrnfrbn nbnntbn b r fntbt bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n f f f r b 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 tbr 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 fttrtbt

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rffnftb r r r r r r bn tft rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n ft f b tb fbnn bnf r r b b f f t rt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r tb r fn tn bn ffr bfbbnfb ft rfnnttb r r r r r bf r b rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n ff fnf ftt tf n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf f rfnnttb r r r r r tb bt rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fb rfnntttbb r r r r r r bb rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf fb rfnnttbf r r r r r r r bff rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbb b r r r r ftff rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbb r r r r r b rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf fbb rfnnttbb t r r r r bftt rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r ft t bnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnftb n r r r r t r r fbft rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n tf fbt fnn nf r r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r t r tfn n bn ffr fnf fbn rfnnttb r r r r r r bff tt rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fbf rfnnttb r r r r r b rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttb r r r r r ft r bbt rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fbf rffnftbbn r r r r r fnn rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n nn n fnn ntf r r b b f f t rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r fn n btn ffr fbnf fb rfnnttbt r r r r nr b r b bf rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 rrrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fb rffnftb b r r r r r r ft rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r r fn n tn ffr fnf f rfnnttbt r r r r b r r t rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf f f f f n n n n bf fb n n ftt tf n n r n r b b f f t rrrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf fbb r fnfttbtf rt r r f r nn tb n f t f r r r r b br b t fnf nrn n t n ttr fnf fnf nbf rfnnttb r r r r fb rf r f nrr tbt b t bt t bf 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 rrt b b f f b b rt bf rt f trr r tf r bftr r tb b tb r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fb

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rfnttbbnn f rr t rrr r r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t t nn n nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttb f r f nfr n tb tr t t t r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r r b t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f rr f b f n nnr rt tn t n r n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttbbn f r r r r f nfr n tb tr tr f f fr f f t f b b f b n r r t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f rr f b f n nnr rt tn t n r n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn n rfntt bbn r f n t btn b r n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rnb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn n rfntt bbnn rrr r r f n t btn b r n n r t t tn t t f t r t r f b n r t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn n rfntbtt t rrt rr r rt rrr bt f rt rrt r bt rt r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r f r rr fr nt br n tr rr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt t rr r b r f bbbrr f bnn rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt f f fr fr n t n t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f rbbnbb n r f ntb n n f n nr n r r n n nn n n n tt tt n n rfrntb b nrnftnrtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt ttn nfnt f tf n bt t nt fntn nf nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n bf b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtbbb t n t t t t tt t t t t t bf bf tt t 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 b n nrtfnr nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn rn n r f ntb n n n rn n n nn n n n nn nnr n nn n t t tt n n rfrntb b nrnftnrtb f rf nb bf b nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b r n f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt nt f nbft f nt f n rtb n bt t nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nr bt nb fntf f nf nb t b b n bf b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtb b b t t t n t t t t t r t t t t tt t t t t t t bf bf t 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 b n nrtfnr nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn rn n r f ntb n n n n nn f n rn n n n f n nn nn nn r n r n n rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb f rf nb rrb nttbf tn b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f f nt rtb fn f t ntb nt bn nf tntb b n nf tf fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n bf b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtbbb n n r n rn n r f nb n 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 b n nrtfnr nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn rn n r ff ntbtbb nb b b r r fb f rb f b f b rr f nrtb t rt f r b r r r r f r r b r r f b n b r r t b t t rr t tr t nt fff nt f r t tfb bb b n n tb b t tn rfntbb tttb f f ff f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rf f bf r f ntbb tttbn nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbf b rf r f 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 n n nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb b r rb r r bt bb r r f b n b nr r r n t 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 r n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn brrbr r fr n nfrrbr rbfr n rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb rnbnntbn bb rfntbtt bbt f frf rt r f trf rr f trf r rrrr r rrrr r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r r r t r r r f r rr fr nt br n tr f r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt b t r r r f bnb rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt f f fr fr n t n t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f rbbnbb n rfntbtt nt f frf rt r f rr r rrrr r rrrr r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr rt rrrt r fr rrrt f f r rr fr nt br n tr f r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r r b r f b bnn rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt f f fr fr n t n t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f rbbnbb n rfntbtt t frfff f ft rf r f rt rrrr r rrrr r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r t rt rt r f f r rr fr nt br n tr f r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt bn bn t t t r r nn bb r t r t r f r bnb rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f tr nt f f fr fr n t n t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f rbbnbb nn rfntt bbn rrr r r r f n t btn b n n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rbb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn r fntbt f f f r ff f f ffff f ffff f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f r f f rr fr nt br n tr rr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt br r f r nr f r n rt t t t t t r nt t rtr t t r t t t t rr f r nt f 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 fbbtrbb tb

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rfntt bb r r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rn t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfnttbb n r f r r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r fr n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f r n t t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttbbbn r f r rf r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbbbn r f rr r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnn tb r rttr r rff rntb frbb b tn t tn n n rrbtrt r rff rntb rb n frbb t r r nbt tbtf n btn t b t n nt n bnb trt r rtb t n f r nt rfrb fb t f fb nb n nt b nrt fnbr r n n n n tt t n n b ftt r t n f n n n r f rrbt r rn n bn t n r n nbtt b r t bt nn n frbtb rttn rn b tn tn f bt t rf r fnbr btb tbnt r rtn t nt fbrtbtbtbr f t nbbrf bt t fn tbntbtnn n b frbtb rttn n bbrtf tn rtn tn b r rft bff tn rrbt n t n fb rbtfrbt r r rf tb nt t r t brrn n rn n tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr n n n r t t n t n n fbrb rt rfnttbn f r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnn t t t t t t nn n nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttbn f r fr f ntb n n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnnn t t t t t t nn n nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttb f r r r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r fr n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rbn t t t t t t nn n nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttb f rrr r r r fr f ntb n n n r f f r r f r fr n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t t nn n nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfntt bbn r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r t r f b n r t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfntt bn rff rntb frbb b tn t tn n n rrbt rt r rff rntb rb n frbb t r r nbt tbtf n btn t b t n nt n bnb trt r rtb t n f r nt rfrb fb t f fb nb n nt b nrt fnbr rb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t r f rrbt r rn n bn t n r n nbtt b r t bt nn n frbtb rttn rn b tn tn f bt t rf r fnbr btb tbnt r rtn t nt fbrtbtbtbr f t nbbrf bt t fn tbntbtnn n b frbtb rttn n bbrtf tn rtn tn b r rft bff tn rrbt n t n fb rbtfrbt r r rf tb nt t r t brrn n rn n tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t n r b b t nb t t fbrb rnnnbn rfntt bn rff rntb frbb b tn t tn n n rrbt rt r rff rn tb rb n frbb t r r nbt tbtf n btn t b t n ntn bnb trt r rtb t n f r nt rfrb fb t f fb nb n nt b nrt fnbr r n t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t r f rrbt r rn n bn t n r n nbtt b r t bt nn n frbtb rttn rn b tn tn f bt t rf r fnbr btb tbnt r rtn t nt fbrtbtbtbr f t nbbrf bt t fn tbntbtnn n b frbtb rttn n bbrtf tn rtn tn b r rft bff tn rrbt n t n fb rbtfrbt r r rf tb nt t r t brrn n rn n tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t n r b b t nb t t fbrb rnnnbn n rfntt bn rff rntb frbb b tn t tn n n rrbt rt r rff rn tb rb n frbb t r r nbt tbtf n btn t b t n ntn bnb trt r rtb t n f r nt rfrb fb t f fb nb n nt b nrt fnbr rb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t r f rrbt r rn n bn t n r n nbtt b r t bt nn n frbtb rttn rn b tn tn f bt t rf r fnbr btb tbnt r rtn t nt fbrtbtbtbr f t nbbrf bt t fn tbntbtnn n b frbtb rttn n bbrtf tn rtn tn b r rft bff tn rrbt n t n fb rbtfrbt r r rf tb nt t r t brrn n rn n tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t n r b b t nb t t fbrb rnnnbn rfntt bbbbn r f n t btn b n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n r t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfntt b r rrr r r f n t btn b n r r r n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n r t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn

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r f f fntbb fffr fn fn n fn ff rf n rf tb n b btb n bn b rb trbt bbb bfb bt f rb n f b n n b tr f rft n rfb nf ntr b bf r b rf rft b bbftrf b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn bnbn nf b tr n nbb b nnf tbbt n b r b n f rt fr t bf t rff f f f bb b f f b bt f f bt tt tb f f b f b f r f f n r f f ff f r r f f f f fr rffn trr tfb bnb n tr n bbb nbbb ntrr bftb rn rf bbbbfbrb n brbb rfr bbnfb r bbbftbr n bftbr n n fbnrf n t n f t b tbt n fn t fb bt r fntb bb ff r r ffr ffr ff ffr ff f fr ff r r f fr r r f f fff tr fr r ff f r f r r r n tb tt rr r r tn f r f r f r r r n n n n nn f f nn n n n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n nn n n n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n rrfr n n r r f r r r rrf rr rf rr n r f r tt r f rr r r r f r tbr r r r f fr tr br f r f r f rr f r fr r r r r r r fr r r f f r r rr r f nfr r r f r f r r f r rr r rrrrtt r t n rff f r r r n r r r rr rrbbt rrrbb rt t rnrf fttrtbt t rfnttbb f r r r r r fr f ntb n n n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f r b t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbbb f r r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbbbb f r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f r t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbb f tr r fr f ntb n n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn b rfnttbbb f r r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbn r f r r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f r t t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbb f r r f nfr n tb r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rn t t t t t t nn n nfbb r nb f t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f rr f b f n nnr rt r tn t n r n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbn r f rr r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn b r f ntb r nn rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b b f rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttb n r r n rfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n b nnf tbbt nb n r n rn r n 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 bn n trnb bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb fbnrb n rfnttbn f r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn b rfnttbb f r r r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rb t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf rr r ft r f f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn rfntt bbnn r f n t btn b r n r t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t n b n tn n n t t t bftn t t t tbtf r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t bbn n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfntt bbbn rrt rff rntb frbb b tn t tn n n rrbt rt r rff rntb rb n frbb t r r nbt tbtf n btn t b t n nt n bnb trt r rtb t n f r nt rfrb fb t f fb nb n nt b nrt fnbr rbb t t t t bb nbn t t nfbb r nb t f t t t r f rrbt r rn n bn t n r n nbtt b r t bt nn n frbtb rttn rn b tn tn f bt t rf r fnbr btb tbnt r rtn t nt fbrtbtbtbr f t nbbrf bt t fn tbntbtnn n b frbtb rttn n bbrtf tn rtn tn b r rft bff tn rrbt n t n fb rbtfrbt r r rf tb nt t r t brrn n rn n tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t n r b b t nb t t fbrb rnnnbn rfnttbn r f rt r f nfr n tb r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r r bn t t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f rr f b f n nnr rt tn t n r n r b b tnb t f rnnnbn

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rfntbb f f fr f f f r fr tt n r fr n t b rf rf f r rf r f b f b f f r f f f fb f f f r f f f f f f f rf f n f r f r t ff r fr f rtbt nt t r fntb nffnt n f f tttffn f nb ft r fr nnrtbr rf n t n rb rb b r n r rf rb fnn f r r b b rn nnnr r btn r r fr r t rt t rf n rb btr 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 bbn trfrb bt btnrf nnnf r f ntb nnn bbb b t b rf n tbt f r f r r tn n nb tn b nnn b bb t f f f ff f r r f f r b ff f r f f r bt t rf ttbt f tn fn f frn r f f bbbf rbb fftb fbbb bb f r ff rf bbb r fnnttnbt r t t r rt r rfn nt f bf n t bt tr fn n n fr t t n tn tn t f tn btf r n fn f f f n fnr n t t f f f tn t tn r nt n rn f rn t fr t nn tf ft trt fn f t n n f t nt n tt r tn fr rn tn rf bfnntn r r bt bb r bnf fb fnn bfft fft nnt rtfn ttf ftb ff ftt tff ftt 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 fnfbfnf nbf r fnttnbn r t t r r rfn nt f bf f n t bt tr fn bf f f r bt tr f fn n tn n fr t t n tn tn t f tn btf b r n fn f b f b f n fnr n t t f f f tn t tn r nt n rn f rn t fr t nn tf ft trt fn f t n n f t nt n tt r tn fr rn tn rf bfnntn r tb t ff nn bn fn t nf nn bnf fbn t nf bf t n t b b n n nnn b f n t ffn n nf n f f t n fn t n b t t r f b bf fnn bfft fft nnt rtfn ttf ftb ff ftt tff fttt 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 fnffnf nbf rfntbb ttt f f ff f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r nn ntbn rf f bf r f ntbbttt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf r rr f b rbfb rf r f r 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 nn bf b n r n bf rb tbfr f nb r r n r t r t r r f b n b nr r r n tr 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 r n bf rf nf tnbr rfnfr f tnbrrn brrbr r fr n nfrrbr rbfr n rrfr f nrbrf f rbrft nf r bnrb rnbnntbn bn r fntb bb f rfnft b t t t ft b b bnf t t bn n nnr brnf t t bft b bt t tbt nbb t rnbt t t t n t nfrfn b n t b t r br bt n b b b b n ttn fn t n n n nr bt b r br t nb nn t t f r ff f t ttft ff n t f r ff f f ff n f b t b fbf n b r ttt nf bf nttn b bt tn b bbnt tf tbb rbt br fnrbr ftttbt t r f r n tb f f f f r tt nt r tt t rf n rf tb n r fr tbf n n bn b rft bb rb trbt rft bfb bt f rb n f b n n b tr f rft n rfb nf ntr b bf r b rf rft b bbftrf b b b n b b rft b ttb n r bb nf rb bfff r r nf b bbt trb r nrfbb brn bnbn nf b tr n nbb b nnf tbbt nb r b n f rt fr t bf r r r b r f t trr tfb bn n tr n bbb nbbb ntrr r bbbftbr n bftb rn rf bbbbfbrb n brbb rfr bbnfb bftbr n n fbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb b r f ntb nnn b bbb rf nftbt nrfr b b b rnf b b b bb b b b r t t t rn t t t bb b b b r t t t t t t t t t t b t f nf b b rf b bff ft bbrnr bnffr bnrn b bbb r f f fntbt t fr r r n nr nr n ff n rf rfntrbnf fnnrntt b f frn fff fnfrf t t f tnnf t r n r r r r f r tbbr f r tr f r r f ff r f f n f r r b r r r n tnrf r nf r t t r ffbf nf trr r bft b nf rnnrt f r fttrtbt b r f nnt tb t t nr f t t nr t t tt fnn rt t r tnt n t t t tt fnn rt t r rf ntb rf r r f t br b n r rr nn r n b 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 r r t n rt t r f n br f f r t f f rr f r r nr rr f r r r r n r n nr r f r r r r nr r r r n r bn r r n r r r t nr rr f rnf r r r nrnnr br f r n r nr rr n f r n r r r b rf nrf f t tf t f r n f t f nt ttt t b r f tt r f t r n t b t ft f t f nr t t tt ft f r n t f t n n n t r f nnt tb f f t t t nt rr tt r t tt ttt f tnt n ttt f tt ttt f rf ntb rf r r f t br b n r rr nn r n b 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 n t t r t r r t r f n br f f r t f f rr f r r nr rr f r r r r n r n nr r f r r r r nr r r r n r bn r r n r r r t nr rr f rnf r r r nrnnr br f r n r nr rr n f r n r r r b rf nrf rfn f t tf t f r n f t f nt ttt t b r f tt r f t r n t b t ft f t f nr t t tt ft f r n t f t n n n t rfntbbb nb rn frf rb r rr rrr rr b r rr brr rrb rrr b f rr rb rr f f rr r f r nr t b r t brt bb r t t r b t t r rb rb b r r r t t rbrbb r rt bb r r t brt r b b n b b f rf t r rb b r r r t b r r r br r b rbt r t r r r f b r br r r rb r t rr t brr br t nrb rbrtf b rb r br rt t r f rfr r n tn ntf b t n t bt nt f bt f b tt b br f b r t r f b brn nbnbrn f n r b t nrb n fttt ffn rt r r t f t t n rt r b rn f f b nr tr f t frnt b t t t t nt f bt btntnt ttft n rf f n t fbf tb b f b t tbb f b b b b f tb b r btbb b b b rb r r r b bf b fb r r b t b b r b tb b b b b rb r rfbf b f tb 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 b b b b b b t f f tb n t tb b f f tb b ftbb ffb rffntbtfn ntnn rf n tnn b rn b f f f f r f n rbbr nn br r nnr bnr b tbtt r r fn tb f ntb r br r bb ttbbtbt f rt b tt b b t b tt b t b b t tb t tr b t b t b t t t b t b b b t ffbb r rf n tnn b n f f r f rrrnr b ntbnn rffn tb 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SEPTEMBER 21 The day before the 9/11 anniversary and the Muslim Brotherhoods madcap reply to Obamas bowing and scraping policy toward Islam, friend and Christian author Robert Morley sent me a very telling copy of an e-mail describing what is unfolding in Israel and Muslimania. The original e-mail, dated 9/10, was from Scott Simpson, the brother of a former Navy Seal, now a minister who has been living in Jerusalem for the past 20+ years. Simpson wrote that he had received a call from his brother the previous night, and he told him he was sending his family back to the U.S. immediately due to what he was seeing and being told by his military contacts there and in the U.S. military. Israel s largest underground military base, and he is seeing military activity beyond anything he has seen there in over 20 years; i.e., a massive redeployment and protective tactics are underway. In just the two previous days, he watched anti-aircraft deployment throughout Jerusalem, including three mobile units. And, very large armored columns are speeding toward the Sinai where Egypt (read: Muslim Brotherhood) has advanced armored columns. His brother also said that a real clincher took place two days before when he saw hun dreds of Israeli Defense Force soldiers at the Wailing Wall. And, as he was leaving the area, at least 20 military buses, full of soldiers, passed by on their way to the Wall. He had never seen this before in over 20 years. Simpson stated that usu er knows more than he shares, and he has never been an alarmist. W ord has just come through that the violent demonstrations by Muslims have spread to Indonesia on the other side of the world where Obama attended a school that required all students to be Muslims. For those who skipped geography, Indonesia is north of Australia and south of the Philippines. I think that the term worldwide violence can now be applied. Im sure this is where his recent statement that The Muslim call to evening prayer is the sweetest sound in the world, was originally inspired. A recent piece by Fox News commentator and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer, pooh-poohed all the previous nonsense about the reasons the Muslims, especially Iran, would not launch a nuclear attack on Israel despite their leaders constant, publicly expressed desire to wipe Israel off the face of the Earth. Ditto for the newly elected Egyptian leader, Muslim Brotherhoods Mahamoud Badie, who has publicly expressed the same objective. For some strange reason (Y eah, sure), our mainstream media has refused to attribute this to Badie throughout the attacks on our Cairo embassy and continues to support Obamas nonsense about some obscure video insult to Mohammed from last July. Krauthammer decries the comparison of our 40 years of mutual deterrence with the Soviet Union with Iran s potential attack as complete nonsense. He writes: For all its global aspirations, the Soviet Union was intensely nationalist. Iran sees itself as an instrument of its own brand of Shiite millenarianism the messianic In last week s article, I reviewed the three different types of committees in Florida that can be formed to collect and spend money in an election. Frequently, these tactics are confused with what is done on the federal level. On the federal level, they have what are called political action committees (PACs), and frequently they are the sponsors of the commercials you see on TV and will continue to see until Election Day in November. Companies on the federal level cannot contribute to candidates, but can to PACs. Companies can form their own PAC as well. For example, Political Action Committee. P AC is an umbrella term for a variety of entities that report to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) or the IRS. Since 2010 and the Federal Su United vs. FEC, corporations and labor unions can make unlimited contributions to P ACs. These PACs have since been called Super PACs because of their unlimited contributions. T oday, Id like to discuss how Super PACs and 501(c) (4)s can work together to use corporate dollars to affect elections. Super P ACs and 501(c) al functions and frequently they work together as a pair. For example, Karl Roves PAC, American Crossroads, is paired with Crossroads GPS, a 501(c)(4). 501(c)(4)s are far more restricted in the activities and media that they are allowed to produce. They cannot actively support or oppose any particular candidate, but they can educate the public. So, a 501(c)(4) sends out an ad that says something like, Representative Smith is supporting Medicaid cuts for the disabled and elderly Call Representative Smith at 555-5555555 and tell him you want to keep Medicaid as it is. They cannot however send out an ad telling you to un-elect Representative Smith because he voted for Medicaid cuts. So, if a 501(c)(4) is so limited in their electoral activities, why do advocates use them when they can use Super PACs? 501(c)(4)s do not have to disclose their donors until after the election. Super PACs have to disclose either monthly or Northwest Orange County is home to any number of environmental treasures. Wekiwa Springs State Park, Blue Sink, Rock Springs at Kelly Park, and the Lake Apopka North Shore Restoration Area are just a few of the jewels available for residents and visitors to enjoy. Pine Plantation is a natural setting at 1350 Haas Road in Apopka. The property has been many things in agriculture during the last century, concluding with a pine tree citrus groves. Orange County owns 40 acres of the Pine Plantation. The State of Florida owns an additional 344 acres of the plantation. The Pine Plantation discussion brings us to National Public Lands Day. National Public Lands Day is our nations largest volunteer effort to improve publically owned land and the experience we have on the land we all own. The sixth annual National Public Lands Day happens on Saturday September 29. It is expected that on that date more than 170,000 volunteers will participate at more than The local event begins ue until noon. The program is sponsored by the Wekiwa Springs State Park and Orange County Environmental Protection Department (EPD). Staff from the State Park and Orange County EPD will give presentations at the site on the different plants and animals found on the property. Then comes some work. The volunteers will be asked to help by picking up debris and removing invasive plant species that staf f will identify. W e promise that there will be no back-breaking labor. Further, the effort will be worthwhile for the improvement and preservation of the property. If you wish to volunteer in advance or would like additional information, you may contact Beth Jackson with Or may also arrive that morning What: National Public Lands Day Where: 1350 Haas Road, Apopka, FL. When: a.m. until noon. Be there! Our position This Week In Gods Word Mema SaysWhat is prime election issue? Its Israel, stupid! The Chief may be moving, but our heart is still deep in ApopkaN.P.L. Day expects 170,000 volunteersCampaigns will spend $2 billion by Nov. 6 Publisher John Ricketson General Manager Neoma Knox Editor John Peery Reporters Richard Corbeil Sherry Brunson Neal Fisher Photographer Tammy Keaton Marketing Director Jackie Trefcer Advertising Anita WalkerThe Apopka ChiefThe Apopka ChiefA weekly newspaper founded in 1923 September 21, 2012, Page 4A Apopka Event of the Week QuotableZellwood Elementary, the communitys newest renovated school will have an open house for area residents on Saturday, September 29, from 3-5 p.m. at 3551 N. Washington Street, Zellwood. For more information, call Kathy Putnam at 407-317-3774.National Public Lands Day is our nations largest volunteer effort to improve publically owned land and the experience we have on the land we all own. Orange Co. Commissioner Fred Brummer on National Public Lands DayOpinionWhosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh in the glory of his Father with the holy angels. Mark 8:38. Theres a big difference in having to have your way and being allowed to express your own opinion. Throughout the life of a community such as Apopka, there are changes we all experience. Well, except that John Land is still the mayor. One of the changes for us at the newspaper is that we are moving our of at least twice before. When we open for business on Monday September 24, well be in our which is directly across the street from Apopka Memorial Middle School. The enue and on the north side of Laurel Street. The Park Avenue building has been from our building at 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, near the intersection with Bradshaw Road. This building will be torn down and on that site will be built a Wawa convenience store. Headquartered in Wawa, Penn., the company known for its freshly made sandwiches, is expanding rapidly in Central Florida, from Tampa to Daytona Beach, and is already building a store on the east side of Apopka on U.S. 441 near the intersection with Piedmont-Wekiwa Road/Hiawassee Road. surprisingly we moved to this site from we had been for many years. That pre 130 S. Park, where a bank now sits at the northwest corner of Park and Second Street. of The Apopka Chief was located on Park Avenue just south of U.S. 441 back in the 1940s. Who knows, the newspa Park Avenue some other time in its history. While it s important that this newspaper has a very visible site that is also easily accessible to the community of Apopka, our philosophy of covering our community doesnt change. No matter mains buried deep in Apopkas community and culture. W e know that you depend on us to whether it s on the school front, at City Hall, or inside our local churches and Y ou can be sure that our goal continues to be to always give you the information you need to become an interested and committed member of the Apopka community. Fairly soon, we will hold an open house so that the community may stop proud of the new site, but we are most proud of our strong commitment to you and this community See NELSON Page 5A See CORBEIL Page 9A Send letters to the editor online at www.theapopkachief.com, mail: The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka, 32704 or email: news@theapopkachief.comInclude your full name, address, and daytime telephone number so we can verify the letter and discuss any questions we have. Your address and phone number will not be printed.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 5A quarterly. Unlike 501(c)(4)s, Super PACs can buy ads that are very straightforward regarding who or what issue they oppose or support. Rarely is the name of a Super PAC a clue as to what politicians, political parties, or issues/causes it supports. For example, the Priority USA Action Super PAC supports the re-election of President Barack Obama. This Super PAC, however, is not directly connected with the president and he does not endorse their ads. As such, determining the agenda of a PAC and the sponsorship it receives is less than straightforward. Where Priority USA Action is supporting the President but is not connected to him, there are PACs that are sponsored by elected politicians that support their political endeavors or that of others. Gabby PAC, for instance, was formed by Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords to support various candidates for Neither candidate has accepted matching funds from the government, which would have capped their spending at $20 million each for the general election and $10 million for the primary. Between the funds in their campaign accounts, supporting PACs, and supporting 501(c)(4)s this election will spend close to $2 billion dollars before the No$1,940,000,000 more than the matching contribution limit, and more money spent than any presidential election combined. Continued from page 4ANelson: Super PACs have unlimited contributionsBy Christine Moore School Board Member The key indicator in any childs classroom success is the quality of instruction delivered by a teacher. The School Board and Superintendent believe the es it represents are critical to achieving the highest levels of teacher quality. As OCPS continues to focus on a district strategy of One Vision One Voice, curriculum and instructional team leaders spent a half day this summer planning future support for our ers, (master teachers) exceptional student education teachers, and English Language Learner teachers, planned a road map and created a strong support system. In addition, our Back-toSchool Professional Development Conference brought together over 13,000 educators and over 100 exhibitors for a full day of learning and networking. The curriculum and instructional teams endeavored to deliver top-notch professional development for our classroom teachers. Some of the speincluded sessions on Advanced Placement coursework, the new Common Core or national standards, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and Inclusive Education, including special needs children as much as possible in a regular education classroom. Professional development was also offered to resource teachers on new areas of the for teacher evaluations. This training highlighted additional design questions, which are being implemented throughout the district. Answering these questions will assist teachers in improving their overall quality of instruction. What will I do to help students effectively interact with new knowledge? What will I do to engage students? and acknowledge adherence and the lack thereof to rules? What will I do to establish and maintain effective teacher/ student relationships? The Exceptional Student Education Department also led thirteen professional development sessions at the Back-toSchool Conference as well. They included sessions on inclusion, meaningful assesscant disabilities, unlocking accommodations, improving outcomes, and many more. The district even held a recent board work session on Exceptional to improve the quality of services to students with special needs. Of course, there are budget constraints, so improvement will likely focus on improved teacher training and transition plans for children moving from high school to successful adult lives. The elected position of a school board member is impor-Quality of instruction key indicator in any childs classroom successtant to a community. School Board members assist with constituent (parent and community) issues and set policy for a district. The Superintendent is responsible for hiring and training staff and the daily operation of the district. The downtown cendistrict coordination, provision of cost-effective operational services, and providing tools and aides for teachers and students. tioned in this article, the district sional development for teachers and staff. As always, if there is anything I can do for you, Editor: Every week in an act of masochism, I turn to Richard Corbeils column in The Apopka Chief. Most times, I dont make sionally, I force myself through the entire article and have once before written to the Chief in response to Mr. Corbeil. Seven years ago, I defended the Harry Potter series against Mr. Corbeils charges of an evil slippery slope to witchcraft akin to Ted Bundy starting at soft-core porn and escalating to serial murder. Last Friday, Mr. Corbeil reprintwith a new introduction. I have two points of complaint with the introduction. First, Mr. Corbeil refers to our President as President Hussein Mr. Obamas middle name, Mr. Corbeil has employed the rhetorical device of framing to get his reader to draw connections to other perceptions of the name Hussein-like Sadam Hussein, or the Islamic implications, or simply the foreignness of the name. Mr. Corbeil seems to ask dent Obama is not like us and, through the blatant disrespect of referring to the President by anything other than his given name, that otherness is worthy of scorn and suspicion. If only the Presidents mother had had the good sense to name him George or Robert. Second, Mr. Corbeil marvels at the reception of Former President Clintons DNC speech given his previous transgressions. He proclaims, A great speechmaker and convincer!? So was Adolf Hitler! Now, President Clinton has his shortcomings, as do all of us, but equating him to a man who systematically murdered more than six million Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, and political dissidents while waging a gruesome war across the European continent and farther is a stretch of the most absurd lengths. Such a comparison is far beneath the bounds of intellectually honest discussion. The reprinted article was a preposterous conspiracy theory unworthy of debate. I was recently asked by someone how I could consider voting for President Obama even though hes a Socialist. I relayed this conversation to my father, a Republican, who shook his head and said, people resort to labels and name calling when they are unable to intelligently debate the issues. If The Apopka Chief wishes to promote a conservative point of view, as is its prerogative, I recommend cuss political issues in a manner more worthy of the good city of Apopka. Katherine Smith ZellwoodWriter has two points of complaint Apopka FREEBREADLOAF OFwith a minimum $10.00 purchase with this coupon.(Offer Expires 10/28/12) 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. ** I wrote the following May, 2009, showing that the more things change, the more they remain the same. If were ever to re-gain our balance as a nation, we need to understand that if you dont get whats been happening, and is getting worse under Obamas administration, then God help us! Do your part, please WAKE UP! The following is from a May 11, 2009 column written by George Will: In 1937, columnist Walter Lippmann, deploring the rise of authoritarian collectivism, lamented that in order to be taken seriously a politician or theorist had to have proposals to magnify the power of public tiply their intervention in human affairs. Paul A. Rahe, a historian and political philosopher at Hillsdale College, in his new book Soft Despotism, Democracys Drift, notes that, long before 1937, we were warned. In DeTocqueville anticipated people being governed by an immense, tutelary power determined to take sole charge of assuring their enjoyment and of watching over their fate. It would be a power absolute, attentive to detail, regular, provident and gentle, aiming for our happiness but wanting to be the only agent and the sole arbiter of that happiness. It would, Tocqueville said, provide people security, anticipate their needs, direct their industries and divide their inheritances. It would envelop society in a network of petty regulations -complicated, minute and uniform. But softly: It does not break wills; it softens them, bends them, and directs them until people resemble a herd of timid and industrious animals, of which the government is the shepherd. Perhaps the one thing that would make what Toqueville said even more accurate would be to point out the absence of God in the equation. For decades now, our government has tried to legislate God out of existence; or at least into irrelevance. But, suddenly as of January 20th this year they appear to have changed their minds. used to be about whether God even exists. Apparently they now agree He does exist, and the new question is which Democrat actually is God. That may seem a little far-fetched, but for some reason, seeing what theyre already doing, and what theyre saying theyll do in the future made me think of the 23rd Psalm. I see in them a perverted version of it that goes like this: 1) I, (), am your shepherd. You shall not want. 2) I will provide you with a place to sleep; I will provide a (false) sense of peace. 3) I wont restore your soul, only bend it; I will lead you in the path I deem righteous for my 4) When you walk through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, my National Health Plan will determine when youll get to the other side. You need fear nothing, for you have me; My laws and administrative staff will comfort you. 5) I will prepare a table before you in the very presence of your terrorist enemies. 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By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff By John Peery Apopka Chief Staf f The Apopka ChiefSeptember 21, 2012, Page 1B See the Olympia vs. Apopka preview story in the middle of this page. The game has determined the District class 8A-4 champion the last three seasons. Also, as the previous three years, both teams meet while ranked in the top-10. Q. Who did the Apopka girls volleyball team deDistrict 8A-3 standings? A: Perennial state championship contender Olympia High School fell to Apopka in four sets. Apopka is now 4-0 in district play.SportsBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Dr. Phillips 88 and 67 yard touchdowns overcome Wekivas game planApopka readies for clash of favorites without DarlingtonHard-luck Wekiva and West Orange meet in district openerReggie Brown found Dr. Phillips defense as good as advertised, but still managed to gain enough to give Wekiva a lead for most of the rst half. See WEKIVA Page 6B The Darters will be counting on Jevric Blocker (above) and Chandler Cox to ll in for injured quarterback Zack Darlington. Blocker will line up at running back when not at quarterback. Finally: Darters produce biggest victory towards capturing title AA popkas ability to create mismatches in Denise Belchers fav or lead to 17 kills for the outside hitter in their win against Olympia. See DA rtRT E rsRS Page 4B See ApopAPOP KA Page 4B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff See OP EE N EE R Page 4BWho: Wekiva Mustangs (0-3 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) at West Orange Warriors (1-2 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m. Where: West Orange High Schools Raymond J. Screws Stadium Why: District 8A-4, Metro Conference game Who: Olympia Titans (1-2 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) at Apopka Blue Darter (1-1 overall; 0-0 Dist. 8A-4) When: Today, Friday, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m. Where: Apopkas Roger Franklin Williams Stadium Why: District 8A-4, Metro Conference game Cost: $6 at the gate

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 3B It may be getting into the nitty-gritty portion of the high school football season, but the Apopka Blue Darters girls volleyball team is commanding some attention for itself. Coach Jamie Lillethorups team was undefeated heading into a match against hometown rival Wekiva on Thursday, September 20, past press time. And the biggest victory of the season for the Blue Darters came last week against the Olympia Titans when Apopka won 3-1. many seasons that Apopka has beaten the always-powerful Titans. It also gives the Blue Darters a leg up in the race for the top seed for the District 8A-3 postseason tournament. Getting the top seed gives a team what should be an easier path most other sports, the top two teams in each district move on to the regional tournament. But each district winner plays the runner-up from the next district. In District 8A-3s case, the district runner-up will likely be paired up against the Boone Braves, which is expected to win District 8A-4. Boone just defeated Winter Park, which means a lot in girls volleyball. The Wildcats are traditionally one of the top programs in the state. Not only is the victory over Olympia important for Apopka in the standings in the district race, but it is also a big Darters. When you have a team that has always beaten yours, a victory over that nemesis can launch your team to even greater things. Your team must not bask in the glory of that big victory, but move on, continuing to improve and meet every challenge of the season headon. Coach Lillethorup has upgraded both the girls and boys volleyball programs at Apopka High School, and this girls team looks to be his best at AHS. Denise Belcher is leading the way, as she has for a couple of years now, but the University of Florida commit has plenty of help, especially from some freshmen who are proving to be outstanding players. Those athletes, combined with the other solid players on the squad, have not only this season to grow and improve, but the seasons ahead, as well. Tough matchup It was one of the best teams in the state that the Wekiva Mustangs football team faced last week when they hosted the Dr. Phillips Panthers. Even without starting quarterback Alton Meeks, the Panthers are an impressive dence that, no matter the situation, they are going to come out on top. You must just be better than Dr. Phillips to beat the Panthers. They arent going to beat themselves. The biggest improvement that Dr. Phillips has made over the past couple of seasons is its defense. The Panthers are solid everywhere there. They proved it to me when they beat Apopka by 17 points in the season opener. W ekiva had an early lead against the Panthers, but, unfortunately for the Mustangs, it didnt last and Dr. Phillips took control of the game en route to the 28-8 victory. Wekiva at West Orange This week begins district in District 8A-4 and 0-3 Wekiva must hit the road to face 1-2 West Orange in an effort to col son. While West Orange lost its ing fashion, the Mustangs were falling by less than one score, as well. This past week, the Warriors got the break they needed as Colonial popped up on the schedule, allowing the Warriors to cruise to an easy 48-6 win. Dont read too much into that, as the Grenadiers are a sure victory to a program that has decent athletes. W ekiva desperately needs a victory over the Warriors to get their season untracked, not only for the district race, but for the overall season. A win over West Orange of everyone involved with the Wekiva program and would align the Mustangs to rebound to get a solid season. I just dont know that the to pull out a victory over West Orange. The Warriors, despite the two early losses, are an improving program and seem to be ready to challenge for a playoff spot. W ekiva needs this game in more ways than one, but it will be a tough one to get. The score will be West Orange 22-Wekiva 16. Olympia at Apopka I am sure both of these teams think they are improved over last season, and, in certain respects, I think that is correct. However, there are still plenty of questions looming ahead. For Apopka, the obvious question is whether Zack Darlington will be healthy enough to play, and, if he can, will he be effective. If he cant, how will Chandler Cox and Jevric Blocker perform in his stead? Cox and Blocker are both very good football players, but playing quarterback and leading the team is not something you learn overnight. Even the best quarterbacks dont hop right into the action and act like theyve played there for years. Cox has played a little at quarterback for the Blue Darters, subbing for Darlington last year against Olympia and this year in the second half of the preseason game against North Marion. In both cases, he did well, but that doesnt make up for a full year of experience. It will take a full team effort for Apopka to defeat Olympia, much like they had in the victory over Lake Brantley two weeks ago. That effort begins especially with the guys up front on offense. If Apopkas offensive line can open some holes for Cox, Blocker, Ray Ray Smith, Daquon Isom, and others, it will give the Blue Darters a great shot at defeating the Titans. Plus, if Apopkas offense can grind out the clock, going on long drives that end in touchdowns, it will keep the which will go a long way toward the Blue Darters coming away with a victory. But, you cant expect the Apopka offense to be at its peak with Darlington likely not playing, and that means the defense must also take up the slack as it did against Lake Brantley. While the Titans run a completely different offense than did the Patriots, as they love to throw the ball, Apopka must still stop the Olympia running game so that their effective passing game isnt that much more powerful. You dont want a passing team to be able to run the ball, too. Last year, two huge turnovers were the difference, as Apopka outgained the Titans, but still lost. The winner of this game has been the district champ for the past three seasons. I expect the same out of this game. Coming into this game, Apopkas strength is its defense, while Olympias is its offense. The difference may come down to whether Apopkas offense can best the Olympia defense. A ball-hogging offense will be the best friend for the Apopka defense. The score will be Apopka 24-Olympia 21. Victory over Olympia is team effort for girls volleyball teamBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff On Saturday, September 8, the U11 Apopka Ragamuf wasn t just a new season for the soccer club. It was also a new era as it played under the guidance of three new coaches on its staff. The new era began with as successful an outing as possi of its game during the weekend, by 3-0 and 3-1 scores. What a great start to the season, Apopka coach Kim Newsome said. I am really excited about coaching this very talented young group of girls. Playing FC America in its opening game, Madison Tryon received two pinpoint passes from Cameryn Wigmore the back of the net. The passes opened the net up for the goal. Wigmore then notched the hat trick for assists as she set up Brooke Schulz for the teams third goal late in the second half, which put the game out of reach. While the offense overpowered the opponent in its played a strong game too. The coaches described all but one of the opponents opportunities to score as marginal and it was stopped. The scoring opportunity ended with a great save from goalie Erica Treadwell. She stretched out horizontally to catch the ball as it was heading towards the lower right-hand corner of the goal. The next day, the team met Orlando City and once again played a complete game resulting in another impressive victory. Tryon and Wigmore once the heart of the opponents defense as the players paired up to score the opening goal. The The lead was then extended to two goals when Lanie Grimado took possession of the ball deep in the Ragamuf bled through the opponents defense and onto the doorstep of the goal. But this game was not to be a shutout and a challenge ensued as OCS answered the the lead to 2-1 with a goal off a corner kick. Just minutes later, it then looked like the game was going to be tied and OCS was continuing its momentum as the forwards put together a run resulting in a hard-liner of a shot which appeared destined to the net. But Treadwell came up huge again when she was called on. She extended her body vertically to deny the goal. After holding OCS for the most part without offensive opportunities after the save by Treadwell, Apopka broke through to put the game away. Schulz lined the ball past the outstretched hands of the OCS goalie into the upper right-hand corner during the games closing moments. The coaches also complimented the efforts of Madison Cozzi, Kammi Switters, Janae Torres and Beth Walls. Newsome comes to the Apopka High School and under Doug Matthews, who earned his 300th career coaching victory last season and has claimed six district championships. She also played for the Inter United Soccer Club. After graduating from high school, she played for Polk State and then the University of Central Florida. She continued her career, playing for national, Olympic developmental programs as well as professional teams (the New Jersey Sky) She is currently the coach of the Orangewood Christian girls soccer program. The team brought on Karry-Ann Bates as its assistant. She is also a former Inter United Soccer Club and Polk State player. However, she competSee ERA Page 11B Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 12A of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 3B of this newspaper. 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. 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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 4B one of several important goals which make up the bigger, big picture. We want to win the district championship and win in the FHSAA postseason tournament. Beating Olympia is big, but it is big because it is the team which has to be beaten to accomplish those bigger, big picture goals. We also are no longer the program on the rise. We are the program. We went district play. So we cant be satwhat we set out to do this year. But as the Blue Darters coach, it is very satisfying. extended its lead to three several times during it. On several occasions, Olympia cut the lead to one point, but Apopka responded with ar least two of their own each time. That is until Apopka reached set point at 24-22. Olympia scored two consecutive points to tie the game at 24-24. Both teams then traded points to send the set into overtime. In the sport of volleyball, sets are won by two points. If tied at 25-25, the teams continue to play until one earns consecutive points. At the beginning of the second set, Apopka once again took a lead. This time it was by four points and it was extended to seven. The margin stayed between four and seven the rest of the way. Once again, Apopka prevented an Olympia run which would have cut the lead to less than four every time the opportunity was created and controlled the play throughout. The third set was the only stretch of play in which Olymout of rhythm and scored critical points. Olympia ripped four aces en route to a 6-0 lead. Apopka did rally and tied the game at 12-12, but it took too much out of Apopka to sustain the momentum and its play. However, that stretch of points was the catalyst for the Blue Darters during the fourth out how to counter-attack what created open spaces after the Titans made adjustments to the original attack. The lead was once again taken by Apopka, but it was never more than three. And it was about midway through the set. Olympia scored three in a row to tie the game. The two teams then traded back-to-back points as it reached its conclusion. Apopka led 24-23. Both teams then took turns scoring consecutive points. The Titans held a 27-26 lead, but then Apopka scored set and end the match in their favor. Olympia is experienced and used to winning, Lillethorup said. They are wellcoached. In addition, it is a hostile environment, very loud and the fans are raucous. We responded every time we needed to in that environment. That was also very satisfying, but more importantly it was huge toward us showing we are lewas critical. A teams odds of winning a match greatly inVolleyball is a game of momomentum. Also the odds go up because of the philosophy it is easier to play from ahead rather than behind. But it was the second set which won the game. We were in control of that set and it forced Olympia to win all three of the remaining sets. It takes a lot out of a team to be close, but not to be able to win either. We made some mistakes and bad plays too. But every time we responded with consecutive points, and our play was real strong when we did that. We got good starts in both of those sets. It gave us the momentum and the room to make a few mistakes. It also put them on their heels, strategy wise. Standout Denise Belcher scored 17 kills. Another 14 were registered by Nicole Dominguez as the Blue Darters strategy was to put two blockers on the Titans numberone hitter. It was only average in its effectiveness. However, it opened up Belcher to score as she was posted on Olympias number-two blocker. It also led to the Blue Darters having two attackers on each rotation, which consistently created the mismatches which are the basis for scoring points. Our success during the fourth set after the start we had, had a lot to do with the second set, Lillethorup said. We felt a sense of control after winning the second set, even though we lost the third. Our energy was high. We focused on closing out the set and in particular getting those two points when the game came down to the conclusion. We had a relentless mentality of not letting the ball hit the ground during the fourth set and in particular the conclusion of the match. We could have gotten out of synch and our game, but we didnt let it happen. In the past we had about two good players who made up Olympia is built like that this year. We made the most of it when we were able to get the ball to their blockers who arent one of the two or three good players. They were ineffective against our attack at the net. We didnt play our best volleyball, but we survived the capped off by this victory. It is an emotional moment for our seniors after coming so close several times. We know we can beat anybody now. But we also were in a tough match, which means we can also get beat. Again, it is something of a breakthrough, but we cant get complacent. We still have to be the team improving the most. ter Chip Petree took over the program, it still struggled for a couple of years. Last year, they Now they are trying to have two winning seasons, like us. Petree took over the procord, its best in 12 years. West Orange defeated competition and as an expansion team, as expected. However, the series quickly shifted to Wekivas favor as Petree was establishing himself as the coach and his staffs way of doing things as well as playing football. West Orange was the team which a win could be penciled in on the schedule. Wekiva made sure the script went as it should have, winning the next three games in the series, Even during the 2009 season when Wekiva won only two games, one of them was against West Orange and it was a shutout. But then a disappointing loss last season, which was one of the key watershed moments on the negative side during district game and set the stage for what was described earlier in this story. The Warriors are now using a pro-multiple set on offense and a combination of a three and four-man front on defense. Although not as intense, the Warriors use the same blitzkrieg, quick-to-the-pointof-attack philosophy as Dr. Phillips. Ball control and using the clock comes after that. It lost 19 players from last season, but returned nine starters on both sides of the ball. Another similarity to the Mustangs is close losses. West Orange began the season ranked in the premier poll for Central Florida at numgame to Boone by a 37-34 score in double overtime. It then fell in another heartbreaker, a 31to the already frustrating losses was the fact both Boone and Freedom are also ranked in the son came last week against CoOut of the Warriors promultiple set comes a deep core of receivers and all of the teams best have Division-I talent, senior Vernon Marshall, junior Garrett Johnson and juhim as doubtful. Against Lake Brantley, the Blue Darters went strictly with the single-wing offense, something they werent really planning on using this year after running it nearly exclusively But, while that and an outstanding defensive effort by the Blue Darters were enough to pick up the victory over Lake Brantley, coach Darlington said his offense must expand the playbook at least some, even if his son cant go at quarterback. Learning the logistics of playing quarterback in his stead has been Chandler Cox, along with Jevric Blocker. Cox normally plays fullback, while Blocker is a running back, who also plays some wide receiver. Cox also serves as the Blue Darters long snapper on punts and placekicks. Weve been running our We dont want to do just single wing, coach Darlington said. Chandlers got to manage the plan. We want somewhat of a sic stuff. The jurys still out. It anything revolutionary. Weve got to keep it pretty simple. out there throwing it around. No matter who is at quarterback for Apopka, the guys up front on the offensive line will likely determine who comes out on top in this game. The play of the offensive have to win the game for us, Darlington said. They have to is a crucial part of the game. If Apopkas offensive line opens up enough holes for the Darters running game, that not only puts points on the board for Apopka, but keeps the Olympia offense on the sideline. Oh, yes, Olympias offense. While the Blue Darters are concerned about how their own offense will go, they must also be prepared for Olympias potent passing attack. Its led by sophomore Deondre Francois. They like to throw it, Darlington said about Olympias offense. They throw it about 65 percent of the time. The quarterback is a sophomore and hes very impressive, very poised, really cool. He throws it really well. Theyve got four good receivers. Numthe ball well, too. Hes a good player. In other words, Apopka defensive coordinator Jeff Rolson has his hands full against a very good offense for the second game in a row. Hell have a lot of different looks for them, Darlington said about Rolson. You cant let them get the running game going. If you let a passing team get the running game going, youre in serious trouble. Depending upon the situation, Rolson will bring pressure or drop more men back into coverage, Darlington said. Overall, Darlington said he thinks the Titans are better on offense this season, but not as good on defense as they were last year. The numbers bear that points in just three games, an contest, but the Titans have allowed 92 in those same games, nearly 31 points per outing. Olympia opened the seaEdgewater. They then fell to ter the Panthers defeated Apopka, 35-17. The Titans lost to Freedom was idle.Apopka: Offensive line will determine outcome against OlympiaDarters: win against Olympia satisfying but Apopka still improving Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1Bbrother, Hayden, lines up under center and has averaged over 150 yards passing through Jernigan has taken over the bulk of rushing the ball. However, he is recovering from an injury which occurred against weeks ago. Defensively, Winston Chasting is a standout on the line. But he is not alone. Corey Vereen has caused just as many problems for offenses as he often comes up to the line from his outside linebacker position. It has continued into this season. They are also Division-I prospects. Coaches dont always measure progress by tangible results and for Wekiva that is the case as it played its best game last week against Dr. Phillips. This was the case, even though the loss to Dr. Phillips was the biggest of this season so far, in terms of the point difference and was actually the only one of the three losses which was more than one touchdown. The Mustangs best game means an old-school running game which controls the clock as well as possession of the ball through a power-rushing attack. Against the Panthers last week, the Mustangs used it to Panthers did not take the lead until 2:07 was remaining during touchdown by Eric Harrell began the comeback, which has been Wekivas downfall. Close games are one thing, but losing them because of a handful of bad plays is another thing. And that is exactly the most tangible measurement of what has prevented the Mustangs from earning a victory. It is often said the difference between losing and winning teams is those handful of plays. Against Dr. Phillips, the next two touchdowns came on the play after a lost fumble and yard jaunt. Falcons, two touchdown passes which covered over 60 yards and two lost fumbles were the difference. The Mustangs also fumbled the ball four other times. Although, they were recovered, the plays were wasted. Against Horizon, the theme was four interceptions and two fumbles as well as a passing touchdown during the fourth quarter which accounted for over 60 yards. We executed well against the Panthers, Parker said. Now the goal is to sustain it and the focus is to prevent the long plays. It is hard to measure what we gained when measuring ourselves against opponents like Dr. Phillips, but measuring ourselves against ourselves, we did a better job last week. We are continuing to sustain controlling the clock and the game much better than we had previously. But again, we still need to get better at it to play our game. We are a work in progress, but we are closer than we have been as we enter the district. We ran the offense slowly against the Panthers. It wont be quite to that extent against the Warriors, but it will still be the same style. There are cerit just like the Panthers do. It is no secret, the offense we run is what slows theirs down. It will take a repeat performance by Reggie Brown to make it happen. Against East River, Brown put up 172 yards on the ground. He followed it Phillips, which against the defense of the states number one team is somewhat equivalent. He was complemented by Watson set up the lone touchdown. Watson practically dragged the entire defense from the line of scrimmage. The team also expects its Richard Scott, to return to the lineup against West Orange. We will rely heavily on Brown again, Parker said. He is our workhorse and we expect him to have an impact. We also will be handing the ball to Watson and Scotts return will help us. He gives us the depth we need to run the offense we do. We cant put the ball on the ground and we cant allow the big play defensively. It is fundamental football, but we have given them up and they have cost us games. Fumbles are called momentum-killers or shifters for a reason. We havent done a good job on the transition when it happens, either. That also has to get better. And this week, we are challenging the secondary. It is supposed to be our strength on defense, because it is all seniors. But they have let the important long pass completions wiggle through. We have given up those touchdowns simply because of secondary busts on the coverages. Continued from page 1BOpener: Return of players will add depth to offense as Mustangs face Warriors Vote online at: TheApopkaChief.com ATTENTION BUSINESS OWNERS:Only OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER BALLOTS be entered to win. 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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 5BWekiva High School Athletic Director, Lamarr Glenn (l) and Wekiva High School Principal, Dr. Elise Gruber (r), present Christine Moore (c), Orange County Public Schools board member, with a plaque for her contributions and dedication to Wekiva High School. Christine Moore receives award 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. BOOST YOURCAR'S PERFORMANCE THIS FALL. Copyright 2011 Michelin North America, Inc. All rights reserved. F.P.O. F.P.O. F.P.O. Let our family-owned-and-operated tire center take care of all of your tire and service needs. F.P.O. F.P.O. F.P.O. F.P.O. F.P.O. F.P.O. 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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 6B Continued from page 1BWekiva: DP W ekiva First downs 12 10 Rushes-yards 26-242 45-156 Passing yards 11 6 3 Com-Att-Int 3-5-0 8-16-0 Fumbles-lost 0-0 0-2 Penalties-yards 12-91 2-5 DP 0 14 7 7 28 Wekiva 8 0 0 0 8 W-Brown 3 run (Brown run), 4:16 1st. DP-Harrell 88 run (Buckner kick), 8:15 2nd; Harrell 9 run, 2:07 2nd. DP-Gaines 69 run (Buckner kick), 10:55 3rd. DP-Harrell 30 run (Buckner kick), 8:52 4th. Individual statistics Rushing: DP Harrell 14-133 2 TD; Gaines 3-105 TD; Maloney 3-4; Ma. Marshall 2-3; Mike 1-0; Mo. Marshall 1-(-3); Team 2-0. Wekiva Brown 25-84 TD; Watson 7-38; Jal1-1; Patterson 1-(-2). Passing: DP-Maloney 3-5-0 11. Wekiva-Bell 8-16-0, 63. Receiving: DP Proctor 2-7; Ma. Marshall 1-4. Wekiva Patterson 5-44; Bargaineer 1-11; Dillard 2-8. Mustangs give their fans a charge against Dr. Phillips Quarterback Bart Bell drops back to pass during the second half of the game. Wekiva called upon everyone on offense to topple Dr. Phillips, including safety Terrance Ross. Reggie Browns punting was the catalyst for Wekiva gaining the eld position advantage and subsequently its early lead. Trailing during the second half, Wekiva went to the pass much more. But Damoun Patterson and the other receivers found it hard to gain yardage. Reggie Brown gained 84 rushing yards the old fashioned way, he earned it with physical runs. This is one of the few plays he ran to the outside. EE ven with the defense playing its best game of the season, head coach and defensive coordinator, Ty Parker, had to ready the troops for adjustments. Long touchdown passes were part of the story during Wekivas rst two games, but Yawn Coleman and the secondary limited Roderick Proctors yards. The brass section of the matching band lights up the crowd as it plays its part during the halftime show. The AA ir Force JROTC, as it always does before home games, as a part of the pregame festivities, presents the nations colors to the fans standing in the crowd. Principal Dr. EE lise Gruber is always one to join Wekiva students when school spirit is on display. AA nother familiar sight was a host of tacklers preventing short passes from becoming long gains the few times Dr. Phillips did go to the air.

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  The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 7BPhotos by Tammy Keaton, of The Apopka Chief Staff Caleb Lunneen eyes the end zone as he outruns the Windermere Bobcats, eventually scoring for the A A popka Raptors. All-in-all it is a good day for Apopka against Windermere Blue Darters Senior Midget victory has plenty of actionTiny Mites and Jr. Pee Wees run to victory against Sanford EE arlier in the day, the AA popka Blue Darters Jr. Pee-Wee and Tiny Mites teams also earned victories against their opponents from Seminole. Pictured left, during the Jr. PeeWee game, Sylvester Jones looks to pick up a block as he cuts back against the Seminole defender while the team runs a rushing play. Pictured right, during the Tiny Mites game, KK eegan Coomer tries to shake the tackle of the Seminole defender as the play produces open-eld space ahead of him. On Saturday, September 8, the AA popka Blue Darters faced the Sanford Seminoles. The organizations are members of Pop Warner Football and rosters are age appropriate. The last game of the day pitted the two senior midget teams, which are made up of the oldest players and AA popka won. Pictured top left, Demetri Burch waits on the block of AA nton Wynn as he looks upeld for room to run. The Darters defense converge, pictured bottom left, on the Seminole ball-carrier as he tries to lunge forward for extra yards. AA nton Wynn, pictured right, attempts a eld goal as the Seminole defender tries to time his jump in an effort to block it. Burch is the holder. Team players are, front row(l-r), Bella Recinos, AA hrianna KK itson, Grace Hinerman, EE mma Bruinsma, Macy Laszaic, Leilani Nichols and Meghan Simon. Players in the back row are, (l-r), Manny Ledezma, Hunter LaJeunesse, Jonan Berrios, Gabe Stalnaker, Tyler Boreske, Jacob Lloyd and AA lonso Reyna. Not Pictured is Makenna K K ramer.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 8B Treasures and Pleasures, a 446page cookbook published in 1990 by the Presbyterian Womens group of the First Presbyterian Church in Apopka, is the source of this weeks recipes. Janet Connelly was chairman of the churchs cookbook project. Sharon Bray, Marj Beckert, Ina Burgust, Kit Nelson, Dottie Andrews, Sis Pitman and Kathy Wellington were the cookbook committee. Enjoy the recipes below from this community cookbook that indeed has proven to be a great treasure through the years. JUDY GREENS MOMS BEST CINNAMON ROLLS 1 package frozen Bridgeport Parker House rolls Cinnamon (amount to your taste) 1 package butterscotch (non-instant) pudding mix 1 stick butter 1 cup brown sugar cup nuts (optional) Spray oil in a bundt pan. Sprinkle cinnamon. Add Parker house rolls. Sprinkle on pudding. Melt one stick of butter and one cup brown sugar in saucepan and pour over all. Sprinkle on one-half cup chopped pecans (optional). Let rise to top of Bundt pan. Bake for 25 minutes at 325 degrees. Turn immediately from oven onto platter. PATRICIA HOOPERS CINNAMON ROLLS cup whole milk cup sugar 1-1/2 teaspoons salt cup Crisco 2 packages dry yeast cup very warm water 2 eggs, beaten Scald milk and stir in sugar, salt and shortening. Cool to lukewarm. Dissolve yeast in warm water. Stir until dissolved, then stir into the lukewarm milk mixture. Add beaten eggs and three cups of the elastic. Place in a greased bowl and brush top with soft shortening. Cover and let rise in a warm place until double in bulk, about one hour. Punch down and turn out onto a lightly into an oblong 14 x 9 inches. Brush lightly with melted butter. Sprinkle each half with three-fourths cup sugar and 2 teaspoons cinnamon. Roll up as if for jelly roll, makCut into nine equal pieces. Place cut-sideup about one inch apart on greased baking pan. Cover and let rise until doubled in bulk. Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. Recipe yields about two dozen cinnamon rolls. JANET CONNELLYS FLORIDA FRENCH TOAST 2 eggs, beaten 1 cup orange juice teaspoon orange peel, grated 1 teaspoon cinnamon 10 slices raisin bread 1-1/2 cups vanilla wafers (33 wafers), Butter or margarine Maple syrup Combine eggs, cinnamon, orange juice and orange peel. Dip raisin bread into egg mixture and then into vanilla wafer crumbs, coating both sides. Fry on both sides in two tablespoons butter or margarine till golden brown. Add additional butter, as needed, each time more bread is added. Serve with butter and maple syrup. Recipe yields four LIZ WILLIAMS WALNUT DATE BARS 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup butter 3/4 cup brown sugar 1 egg teaspoon vanilla 2 cups confectioners sugar, sifted 2 teaspoons orange juice and rind cup chopped walnuts cup chopped dates the butter with the brown sugar until light Beat well. Stir in dry ingredients, blending until smooth. Mix in dates and walnuts. 7 x -inch pan and spread evenly. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 30 minutes. Cool a few minutes in pan before removing and cooling completely on cake rack. Walnut date bars may be iced with a frosting of butter mixed with sugar and orange juice to spreading consistency. MYRT HUBBARDS STUFFED FRENCH TOAST WITH STRAWBERRY SAUCE 1 loaf bread (French or other) 10 eggs 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1-1/2 cups half-and-half cup maple syrup 8 tablespoons butter, melted Cube bread and layer half in 12 x 8-inch pan. Cut cream cheese into small pieces and scatter across bread. Cover with remaining bread cubes. Mix eggs, half-andhalf, maple syrup and melted butter together well. Pour evenly over bread cubes and press bread cubes down to soak up egg mixture. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 minutes. Serve with fresh strawberry sauce. Recipe serves eight to ten. TOM DORMANS POPOVERS 1 cup milk cup canned milk 1 egg Dash of salt and lots of pepper 1/2 teaspoon garlic 1 teaspoon onion 1/2 teaspoon sugar tency. Fry popovers in deep fat. BETH WALTERS SOUR CREAM PANCAKES 1 egg, well beaten 1 cup sour cream teaspoon baking soda teaspoon salt cup(or more, if needed) milk Beat egg. Combine with sour cream and milk. Pour batter into skillet or on griddle and cook pancakes on both sides till done. SIS PITMANS FLORIDA ORANGE BREAD 3/4 cup orange rind, slivered 1-1/2 cups sugar 1-1/3 cups water 3 tablespoons butter 1-1/3 cups orange juice 3 eggs, well beaten 4 teaspoons baking powder teaspoon baking soda 2 teaspoons salt Remove thin orange rind and cut into very thin slivers. Combine sugar and water. Add rind, stirring constantly over heat until sugar (The peel and syrup should measure 1-1/3 cups.) Add butter and stir until melted. Add orange juice and beaten eggs. Sift dry ingredients together into mixing bowl. Add the orange mixture and mix just enough to moisten ingredients. Batter should be lumpy. Bake in 9 x 5 x 3-inch greased and lined 325 degrees. Turn on rack to cool. Recipe yields one loaf. MARY LOU GRUPPS PEAR BREAD cup butter 1 cup sugar teaspoon baking soda 1/4 cup yogurt, buttermilk or sour cream 1 cup coarsely chopped pears, cored and peeled 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 eggs 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/8 teaspoon nutmeg Cream the butter and gradually beat in the sugar. Beat in the eggs one at a time. Combine dry ingredients and add to egg mixture alternately with the yogurt. Stir in pears and vanilla. Pour into a buttered 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour. Enjoy these recipes from Treasures and Pleasures cookbook Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley.Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comPlease send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712Please send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712or send them to: The Apopka Chief and The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712 MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili! MMM........Chili!We know shed love to hear from you!Visit: www.theapopkachief.comWe know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.com Does your group or organization have a cookbook or some favorite recipes theyd like to share?Send them to us and well forward them to Ramona Whaley. We know shed love to hear from you! Visit: www.theapopkachief.comor send them to: MMM........Chili!The Apopka Chiefand The PlanterRECIPES, 439 W. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, FL 32712 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22Spaghetti Dinner: The United Methodist Men will hold the dinner at 6:00 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church of Apopka, 201 S. Park Ave., Apopka. Tickets are available from any of the United Methodist Men or by calling the church. Cost is $6 for adults and $4 for children. For information, call fumcapopka.com.SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. 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, SEPTEMBER 24 Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:30 p.m. 6:25 p.m., at the Orange County Parks Magnolia Park, 2929 Binion Rd., Apopka. The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-8864231. For park information, visit www.orangecountyparks.net. T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are currently held at Radiant Life Church, 3151 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd. For information, please call 407312-0849, or go to www.tops.org. Toastmasters: 7:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m., 180 E Main St., Apopka, in the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or 407-880-9595 or visit www.Apopkatoastmasters.org.TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for more information. Come Walk n Talk. 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 at 407com. Kiwanis Club Meeting: Meetings will be held every fourth Tuesday, at 6:00 p.m., for dinner or 6:30 p.m., for the meeting only, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. For more information, contact Stuart Harris at 407-889-5305; 591 N. Park Ave., #996, Apopka. 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 nonmembers. For more information, call 407-886-2806 or visit www. aaog.tv.WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonsupport organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407-886-1147. Crafts & Board Games: 9:30 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of senior adults who enjoy playing board games or creating projects. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. Come and join the fun, or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 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 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 407-886-4231. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 a.m. City of Apopka. Will meet at Magnolia Park. Call 407-886-4231 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: 12:00 Noon, V. F. W. / Apopka Community Center, 519 S. Central, in Apopka. Call 407-880-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. at Porkies BBQ, 256 E. Main St., Apopka. Every Thursday night will feature drawings, prizes, trophies and just plain showing off. For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407-814-9678. 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 nonmembers. 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.UPCOMING EVENTSMens Beast Feast: Saturday, September 29 at 5:00 p.m. at Lockhart Baptist Church, 7601 Edgewater Drive, Orlando. Speaker: Former Florida State Legislator, Bob Hattaway. $10 per person. Please RSVP to 407-2951133 by September 25. 20th World Bromeliad Conference: Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29, from 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., and Sunday, September 30, from 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m., at the Caribe Royale Resort and Conference Center, in Orlando, hosted by the Florida Council of Bromeliad Societies. For more information, call Mr. Jay Thurrott, at 386-761-4804, or Family Funtastic Day and Gospel Music Celebration : Presented by New Beginnings Worship Center and Victory Cowboy Church, Saturday, September 29, at New Beginnings Worship Center, 4490 N. Rock Springs Rd., Apopka. Activities will include a yard sale, fun kids games, contests, great food and awesome entertainment. All ily. For information or to donate to the event or yard sale, please call Karen Janus at 407-703-4434. Club of Orlando: Meetings will be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in September through May, from 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m., at the Elks Club, 12 N. Primrose Dr., Orlando. Active duty wives are also welcome to attend. For information contact Marty Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. To reserve space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Tuesday of every month, from 6:30 8:00 p.m., at the **Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce. The meeting is for men who have prostate cancer, or would like more information about the disease. For more information, call Till at 407-341-1826. Zellwood Historical Society Meeting: Meetings are held the last Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m., at the Zellwood Historical Society Museum and Library, 3160 Union St., Zellwood. Open to all Zellwood residents that have a desire to join. For more information, call 321-277-4587. Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City Diner, in the Wekiva Riverwalk Plaza. Music by Laurie, Queen of the Hop! Open to all makes and models, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises!ONGOING EVENTSAfter-School Youth Program : The New Journey Youth Center program for youth, ages 12-19, that will offer tutoring in academics, art, beginning Tuesday, September 4, from 1:00 6:00 p.m., at the John H. Bridges Community Center, Building A, 445 W. 13th St., Apopka. Cost is $30 per teen, per month and $10 for a New Journey Youth Center T-shirt and membership card. A daily snack is included in the cost. Volunteers and speakers are also needed. For more information, call Yarbrough at 407-9709263 or visit www.newjourneycenter.org. Apopka Dance Program Registration : The city of Apopka Dance program invites residents and nonresidents to sign up for this season. Instruction is offered to girls and boys in tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, combination classes for children under 7 years of age. Also offered is a Tiny Tots class for 3 year olds where the little one will learn the basic movements of dance. Parents are also invited to sign up and have fun with their little one in the new Mommy & Me creative movement class for toddlers 18 months and older. Registration will continue through October 1st or until ister online at www.apopka.net or in person at either the Fran Carlton Center or the Northwest Recreation Complex. For more information, call 407-703-1784. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: 6:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Kit Land Nelson Park. Call Jennifer, 407-948-5603 for details. Bridge 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. 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 407-6158982. Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand tion in Apopka that assists local charities with provisions, is in need of two stoves, a bike and a window air conditioning unit, for those in need. They are also collecting travel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, much of which is handed out to students going back to school. For the drop-off locations, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation.org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, 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 407-625-7048 to learn more about free chronic disease selfmanagement 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 phones for the Sheriffs Department. 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 the month of September! 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, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunteer in the Apopka Habitats Re-Store, call 407-880-8881 or 407-696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement organization to meet 7 p.m., Apopka 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 ************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 407-835-7323. raisers, 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) T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. Take Off Pounds Sensibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a cial weight-loss support organization. Meetings are held at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 9913 Bear Lake Rd., Apopka. For information, please call 407886-1147.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 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 hapThe Apopka Chief 32704, or call the newsroom In the period from September 10-16, the Apopka Police for assistance, responded to 11 these arrests, four were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with battery-touch or strike, aggravated assault with weapon and robbery. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Welch Rd., Apopka, arson, 2nd degree. Dustin Ray Craft, 30, 333 W. Welch Rd., Apopka, driving while license suspended-habitual offender, burglary unoccupied structure unarmed, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Miguel Angel Salazar, 24, tery-touch or strike. Emmanuel Lopez, 20, 1517 Sunset View Cir., Apopka, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Molly A. Odell, 47, 612 E. 1st St., Apopka, cocaine possession. 51 Longhorn Dr., Apopka, possession controlled substance without prescription. Ashley Webb, 19, 3619 Anna Dr., Apopka, operate vehicle without drivers license. Dustin Neal Everson, 29, 2036 Jefferson Ave., Sanford, out of county warrant. Enrique Espericueta, 40, grand theft motor vehicle, larceny-petit theft 1st degree more than $100 but less than $300, Christopher S. Brickley, 23, 25 S. Wekiva Springs Rd., Apopka, larceny-petit theft 1st degree more than $100 but less then $300. Regina Lynn Crumity, 22, 22, 46 M.A. Board St., Apopka, warrant-failure to appear. Deanna Ellen Austin, 44, alcohol or drugs X 2 with 3rd violation. Mykal Anthony Walden, 21, 5110 Rosamond Dr., Orlando, driving while license suspended 1st offense.Police Beat The Florida Bandmasters Association will present Band Festival on Saturday, November 3, at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, and the group is asking individuals and businesses in the community to pitch in to make the event possible. More than 20 local high school marching bands and 700 middle-school students will perform the Star-Spangled Banner at the event. Each high school band will be rated by a panel of adjudicators that will give valuable written and verbal critiques to assist with the further development of their performance. Members from both Apopka and Wekiva high school marching bands will be among the 4,500 participants from Central Florida. More than 5,000 parents and supporters also come out to watch the event. the Patrons Page of the program of the event with a $249 or less donation. Patrons who donate $250 will receive a halfpage ad and those who donate $350 will receive a full-page advertisement. The Florida Bandmasters ganization of band directors and supporters of school band programs in Florida. For more information, email to hannah.jennings@ ocps.net or bernard.hendricks@ocps.net.Apopka and Wekiva bands seeking funds INTERSECTION OF SR 436 AND SR 434, IN KOHLS SHOPPING CENTER. 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. 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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 10B Apopka Chief Staff The folks at the Wekiva-Middle St. Johns-Tomoka Marsh Aquatic Preserves are passionate about the natural beauty that surrounds the Wekiva Wild and Scenic River System and they work hard to preserve it. Their passion has translated into a desire to share those resources with others, who may not know about the beauty in their own backyard, and enable them to experience it for themselves. As a result, they have created the Wekiva cal school groups. for the program is Piedmont Lakes Middle School. During the program, 300 students from the school 100-125 students per day will attend an allday program that will feature manned by senior park biologists, park rangers and guides and interpreters from the Wekiva Wilderness Trust. There will be one teacher or chaperone for each 10 students. The students will be divided into groups of 20 students. The park offers countless educational opportunities for visits by groups of all ages to learn about the history, geography, ecology and environment of the area, said Virginia Oros, Wild and Scenic River Ambassador with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The park is in every sense a living classroom and the ideal place for students vironment is all about and the role they have in helping to protect and preserve it. Oros said visits by school groups are encouraged and welcomed. They also qualify for free admission. In the 40 years since the park gates opened, tens of thousands of school children have enjoyed an educational and fun visit to the park, Oros said. A tailor-made itinerary can be provided to suit a groups particular needs. Last year more than 33,000 people visited the parks nature center which is run by the Wekiva Wilderness it citizens support group that supports the work of the park. Oros, who has a BA degree from the University of Florida in special education, has volunteered approximately 1,000 hours as a member of the WWT and is on the technical advisory team for the Friends of the Wekiva River. During the programs, she will discuss groundwater, anatomy of a spring and aquatic life including birds, plants and animals, which make up the biodiversity of the aquatic ecosystem. The guides and interpreters from the WWT are available to discuss all aspects of the park and conduct programs and walks of varying duration while senior park biologists and park rangers are able to talk in more detail about these things if required. They are all trained interpreters skilled at speaking to groups of all ages. Activities can range from visits to the nature center, guided walks of varying lengths, programs covering the springs, Florida aquifer and watershed; identifying animal tracks and so on. If a class is studying a particular subject, we can probably tailor a program to include various elements of it. Despite the water environment, the area is very safe. There has never been a serious accident in the spring or surrounding area, Oros said. are on duty at all times and a visit to the park poses no threat at all. The park has plentiful restroom facilities, and pavilions and picnic areas for lunch. Recreational opportunities include walking, swimming, canoeing and kayaking, and all of these can be incorporated into a program for what would be a very memorable day in the park. The parks, which cover more than 41,000 acres and provide a natural corridor for wildlife extending all the way north to the Ocala National Forest, include Wekiwa Springs State and Lower Wekiva River PreThe parks, collectively known as the Wekiva River Basin cated in Lake, Orange, and Seminole Counties, approximately 20 miles northwest of Orlando. The Wekiva River Basin State Parks are important not only because they are a magily developed urban area, but because they display 19 distinct natural habitats, more than any other state park in Florida, Oros said. It is a second magnitude spring that pumps out 43 million gallons of fresh waof 11,000 Olympic-size swimportant role in the hydrology of the region.New ECO program will get students out of classroom, into nature The programs set up by the Wekiva Wilderness Trust (WWT) will feature ve different nature stations manned by biologists, rangers and guides. Park workers will use nature as a living classroom.   Recently the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation calls from excited motorists on Highway 19 in the Ocala National Forest reporting a bear sitting alongside the busy road. They were concerned it was sick or would get hit by a vehicle. When a biologist went to check it out, she discovered a very natural activity: The bear was sitting off the shoulder of mouth as fast as it could. Fearing the bear might be hit by a car or truck, the biologist tried to chase it into the woods to a safer eating spot. Instead it ran up a nearby oak tree and, after balancing precariously on thin branches, began eating every W ere beginning to get lots of calls from people in both rural and urban areas reporting what they think is a sick or hurt bear because it plops itself down for extended periods and casually eats grass, acorns, berries, insects really any natural food nearby, said Susan Carroll-Douglas, wildlife assistance biologist for the FWCs Northeast Region. In autumn, bears in Florida begin a natural process of putting on fat stores for the winter. To do this, they require around 25,000 calories a day and will eat anything thats convenient. The easier it is to get, the better they like it. It takes a lot of acorns, berries, grass, insects and leaves to make 25,000 calories a day, said Mike Orlando, assistant bear program coordinator for the FWC. But bears arent fussy, and they are very smart. Its much easier and tastier to consume that many calories by eating food like garbage, pet food, livestock food and birdseed that people leave readily available. What does all this mean to the average central Florida resident, besides serious problems for themselves, their family, pets and the bears unless they make some adjustments? If you live in most counties in central Florida, you very likely live in bear country. You may see bears frequently, or not at all, but they are living nearby. During this time of year, even those who rarely or nevtheir yard or walking around the neighborhood munching on acorns and other natural foods, said Carroll-Douglas. This is not a cause for alarm, but people need to know what to look for and what they should do if they have seen or suspect bears are nearby. First, look for signs of an unseen visit by a bear. Signs include garbage strewn all over the place, bird feeders ripped down and seed eaten, livestock or pet food raided, acorns disappearing, footprints that look oddly human-like, and large piles of fecal material, also called scat, of garbage, corn, and other foods, said Orlando. Next, if you see a bear or signs of one, take action to discourage it from hanging around. If one is in your yard, the FWC recommends making a lot of noise to disturb the bear and make it move on. Car horns, air horns, banging pots and pans, noisemakers and yelling can all be effective. Its also imperative to get rid of or securely store any source of food that would keep it coming back for more, day after day, week after week, and month after month. In other words, if you have garbage outside, lock it up; if you have bird feeders up, take them down; if you feed pets outside, pick up the food ished, said Orlando. nally call to complain about a bear tell us they like the bears coming around and dont mind picking up the garbage, or letting the bears eat the pet food. They just dont like it when the same bears walk into garages, break into screen rooms or hover around school bus stops, said Carroll-Douglas. When the bears do these things in search of more food, the people want them gone. It is critically important for people to understand the ramthe bears when bears are allowed access to human-provided food. It is hard to convince people that a seemingly benign action like letting the bears eat and tolerating bears in and around their homes creates a nuisance problem with dire consequences. If you suspect or see a bear, it is your responsibility to implement a plan that will foil the bears attempt to get easy food, Orlando said. There are many proven methods available, and were happy to talk to you about them. People can call the FWCs in Ocala at 352-732-1225 or check out many valuable tips and methods online at MyFWC.com/Bear. Allowing bears to eat and hang around can mean potential injury to humans and near certain death for bears, Carroll-Douglas said. Its hard for us to make people understand the correlation between the food source they supply and the nuisance problems they ultimately experience. It s everyones responsibility to do the right thing to help ensure the future of the Florida black bear. W eve had three or four incidents in the past couple of years in our area where bears have bitten or scratched humans. Every single case involved human-provided food, and in the situations where we were able to catch the bear, we had to kill it, said Orlando. The following free classes are available at the Oakland Nature Preserve, 747 Machete Trail, Oakland. Science Saturday Turtles and Tortoises of Florida, Saturday, September 22, 10 a.m. The 2012-2013 Science Saturday program kicks off with   Bill Murray, president of the   Central Florida Turtle and Tortoise Club, lecture on turtle and tortoises native to Florida and how their populations are doing in the wild. Information will also be available on maintaining a healthy habitat. Garden of Weedin Volunteers, Join this devoted group of volunteers to work on restoration projects at the Preserve. It is a rewarding experience that will give you an opportunity to learn about Floridas natural systems from group leader and Master   Naturalist Jackie Rolly and Master Gardener Ken Ricklick. A small group that does an amazing job!   Insect Lecture,   Saturday October 6, noon Join Christy LeDuc for a lecture on Florida insects followed by a fun adventure exploring the Preserve for all kinds of small creatures with a catch and release safari. Get Out and Take a Hike, Saturday, October 13, 2 p.m.   The weather is cooling down and fall is in the air. Trained specialist Shane Overstreet will lead a guided tour through Oakland Nature Preserve and out to the boardwalk on the shore of Lake Apopka to explore the upland trails. Community Volunteer Workday, Saturday, October 20, 9 a.m.   Does your student need volunteer hours?   This is a great way to earn needed community service hours while   help ing the Preserve with various projects such as restoration, ground maintenance, and a variety of other duties. Families and groups are welcome to come out and help. Wear closed-toed shoes and bring water. Gloves and tools will be provided. Oakland Heritage Festival, Saturday, October 27, 10 a.m.4 p.m. The City of Oakland invites the public to Speer Park fun to celebrate their natural and cultural history. The event will include food, music, vendors, a guided boat tour on Lake Apopka, childrens activity corner, historical, cultural, and wildlife presentations, and more. Visit the event website at OaklandnaturePreserve.org. For more information, call Mona Phipps   at 407-9050054 or email director@oaklandnaturepreserve.org. ... The following interpretive programs, presented by the Wekiva Wilderness Trust, will be at 10 a.m. at the Wekiwa Springs State Apopka. Saturday, September 15 Basic survival techniques Saturday, September 22 Prescribed burns explained Saturday, September 29 *Walking Wekiva How to get the most out of the trails Saturday, October 6 *Floridas endangered wildlife. Saturday, October 13 *Protecting Floridas waterways and water resources. Saturday, October 20 *Walk Back in Timean all day re-enactment event. Fun for everyone.Florida bears are very active this season The Florida black bear may nd its food in your backyard. Photo courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.Free classes offeredWekiva Wilderness Trust will present interpretive programs Saturdays Members of the Apopka High school cross country team are, (front row, l-r) Jessica Lear, Megan Berenis, Micaela Oster, Antonella Bellini and Reina Nunez; (middle row, l-r), Courtney Houvouras, Sarah Riggs, Taylor Lorenz, Kirschline Fleuristal and Naomi Forbes, (back row, l-r), Jesus Barajas, Patrick Fitzgerald, Juvon Treasure, Robert Sandstorm, Austin Clark, Artom Pimerov, Justin Osana, Kenneth Johnson, and Geovanni Maldando. Not pictured are Jordan Williams, Juan Carmona and Robert Barajas. Cross country team spreads its wings A golf tournament to benin Seminole County and Greater Apopka will be on Saturday, rol Estates Golf Club, 1355 Errol Parkway, Apopka. Registra The event will feature a four-person scramble with shotgun start. There will also be closest to the pin and longest goodie bags given during the event. A buffet lunch will be included. For more information, call or email Chris.francis55@yahoo.com.

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The Apopka Chief, September 21, 2012, Page 11B Hello Folks, It was another great weather was great and so was the water and they are havin a and shellcrackers havent slowed down much and some folks are getting their limits. The lakes that run off the St. Johns River have produced Most of the lakes like Lake Woodruff, Lake Dexter, Puzzle Lake, and Lake Monroe have Harney and Lake Jesup have been good, too. the pads, under tree-tops with red worms and crickets. If you can catch some grasshrimp, bluegills really love em, and they will bite em every time. Captain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin plenty of bluegills and shellcrackers in The Harris Chain. The usual places like Dead River, Haines Creek, 9th Street Canal, just to name a few. shade, you should be able to locate some bluegills. If you 3 to 5 feet of water, you should action. good on the river. Most of the bass are feedin in the mouth of the feeder creeks, or in the mouth of the canals feedin into movin water, you should be able to catch some nice bass. You can catch em on swimbaits, spinnerbaits, plastic worms, and Rat-L-Traps. Lots of folks, includin myself, love to catch bass on topwater. If you have some type of prop, or poppin topwater lure give it a try. Its a blast watchin those bass bust on top of the water. and ladies, the seawall in Lake Monroe and up at Crows Bluff area of the river has been producin a mixed bag of bluegills, shellcrackers, and been a good spot to catch some bluegills and shellcrackers as well. Make sure you got plenty of red worms, and crickets. You dont want to get up in the river and start catchin a bunch of bluegills and run out of bait. Folks are still catchin W ekiva River and the St. Johns River. Most folks with nightcrawlers and small domestic shiners. Folks are catchin a few specks in Lake Dorr in the Ocala Forest. Most of the specks are bein caught on jigs tipped with a minner. You need to get down the bottom. I also wanted to mention that if you put your boat in at Lake Monroe at the I-4 Bridge, you might write down these dates. They are goin to start construction on the railroad bridge on September 28, which is a Friday. The waterway under the bridge will be closed for navigation goin north on the river. The bridge is scheduled to reopen on Monday, October 1. So, in essence, that area of the river will be inaccessible. You will have to put in at Highbanks or Crows Bluff area of the river. Well, thats it for this week, I hope you get a week, or over the weekend. The weather has been beautiful. See ya next week. T ip of the week: grass shrimp for bluegills. Save a few and good luck. ed for Lake Brantley High School and transferred to Florida Southern University (Lakeland) for her last two years of college. The teams training duties are being handled by Autumn Browning. She scored 119 goals and 56 assists playing for Winter Park and was the states player of the year at the conclusion of her senior year. Her college career was made up of Southern Methodist University and USF. She has also played for national, Olympic developmental and professional teams, including in Norway. Vince Crampton returns as the teams goalie trainer. He has worked with the goalies for several years and is known throughout Central Florida for his abilities in that area. Continued from page 3B Era: Browning to handle trainingThe U11 AA popka RR agam ufns are, (back row, l-r), coach KerryA A nn, Erica Treadwell, Janae Torres, Kammi Switters, Lanie Grimando, coach Kim Newsome, (front row, l-r), Brooke Schulz, Beth Walls, Madison Tryon, Madison Cozzi, and Cameryn Wigmore. The city of Apopka Dance Program invites residents and non-residents to sign up for dance classes. Instruction is offered to girls and boys for tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, acrobatics, and lyrical. Also offered is a Tiny Tots class for three-year old children. They will learn the basic movements of dance. Parents are also invited to sign up for Mommy and Me creative movement class for toddlers 18 months and older. Also offered is a new Intro to Dance class for children ages seven and older with no dance experience. Students will learn the basic technique of a variety of styles. All classes meet once per week for one hour at the Fran Carlton Center located at 11 N. Forest Ave. Mommy and Me classes meet once per week for 30 minutes of instruction at a reduced class fee. Classes started on Monday, September 10. 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rffnftb r r r r r r bn tft rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n ftf btb fbnn bnf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r tbr fn tnbn ffr bfbbnfb ft rfnnttb r r r r r bf r b rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n ff fnf ftt tf n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br bft tnt n ffr ftf f rfnnttb r r r r r tb bt rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb rfnntttbb r r r r r r bb rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n n bff n n f ftt tf n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf fb rfnnttbf r r r r r r r bff rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbb b r r r r ftff rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttbb r r r r r b rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n f fn n b bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf fbb rfnnttbb t r r r r bftt rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n bbtt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r r ft tbnbtb n ffr ftf fb rffnftb n r r r r t r r fbft rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n tffbt fnn nf r r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r tr tfn nbn ffr fnf fbn rfnnttb r r r r rr bff tt rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fbf rfnnttb r r r r r b rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb rfnnttb r r r r r ft r bbt rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fbf rffnftbbn r r r r r fnn rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n nn n fnn ntf r r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r r fn nbtn ffr fbnf fb rfnnttbt r r r r nr b r b bf rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb rffnftb b r r r r r r ft rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n tftfb f fnn ntf r r b b f ft rt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r r fn ntn ffr fnf f rfnnttbt r r r r b r r t rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br bft tnt n ffr ftf fbb r fnfttbtf rt r rf rnntb nft fr rrr bbr b t fnfnrn n t n ttr fnf fnf nbf rfnnttb r r r r fb rfrfnrr tbtbt btt bff fff n n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r b b f ft rrt b bf f bb rt bf rt f trr rtf r bftr r tb btb r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb

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rfnttbbnn f rr t rrr r rfrf ntb n r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttb f rfnfrn tb tr ttt rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr r b t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnnr rt tn t n r n rb btnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttbbn f r r r rfnfrn tb tr tr f ffr ff tf b bfb nr r t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnnr rt tn t n r n rb btnb t f rnnnbn n rfntt bbn r fntbtnb r n tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rnb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn n rfntt bbnn rrr r r fntbtnb r n nr tt tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn n rfntbtt t rrt rrr rt rrr bt f rt rrt r bt rt r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r f r rrfr ntbrntr rr rrr rnt ttttt rr nt t rrr b r f bbbrrf bnn rtt tt tt rnt t rtr t trt t t trr fr ntf tr nt f f fr frn t n t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f rbbnbb n r f ntb n nfn nr nrr n nnn n n n tt tt n n rfrntbb nrnftnrtb frfnbbf bnttbft n bfrbrfbb brnfrbtnt ffntrtbfn ft ntb ntttnnfntf tfn bttntfntnnf nftntbb nnftffntrtb fbrfbb bbntbff nnttnrbtnb fntffnf nbtbb nbfb tfffbn bfbtnrnftn rtbbb tn tt tt tt ttt tt bfbf tt t ntnbrfntftn ffbnbbftf bftnftr nrfbtntbfb n tftntntt bfbtbrfrrtf bnntbfbnt b ffbtfnbnb bttrbn nbtnnbfb n tnfntbb fntbnb bftbnb ttnn nbtbnfbnbtb ftrtbnb rfbtbfnbtnb fbfnttrrb fntfn bt tb nbfbnttn ff bbftnft fnfn nbbbn nrtfnr nf bbftfntb rbfnnttr rb bnn rn n r f ntb nnn rn nnnn n nnnn nnr nnn n t t tt n n rfrntbb nrnftnrtb frfnbbf bnttbft n bfrbrfbbbr nfrbtntffnt rtbfnft ntbntntf nbftfntf nrtbn bttnftntbb nnftffnt rtbfbrfb bbbntb ffnnttnr btnbfntf fnfnb tbbnbf btf ffbnbfbtn rnftnrtbb b t ttn ttt t t rtt tt tt t ttt tt bfbf t ntnbrfntftn ffbnbbftf bftnftr nrfbtntbfb n tftntntt bfbtbrfrrtf bnntbfbnt b ffbtfnb nb bttrb n nbtnnbf b n tnfntbb fntbnb bftbnb ttnn nbtbnfbnbtb ftrtbnb rfbtbfnbtnb fbfnttrrb fntfn bt tb nbfbnttn ff bbftnft fnfn nbbbn nrtfnr nf bbftfntb rbfnnttr rb bnn rn n r f ntb nnn n nn fn rn nn nf nnn nnnn rn r n n rfrntbb nrnftnrtb frfnbrrb nttbftn bfrbrfbbb rnfrbtntff ntrtbfnft ntb nt bn nftntbb nnftffntrtb fbrfbb bbntbff nnttnrbtnb fntffnf nbtbb nbfb tfffbn bfbtnrnftn rtbbb n n r n rn n rf nb n ntnbrfntftn ffbnbbftf bftnftr nrfbtntbfb n tftntntt bfbtbrfrrtf bnntbfbnt b ffbtfnbnb bttrbn nbtnnbfb n tnfntbb fntbnb bftbnb ttnn nbtbnfbnbtb ftrtbnb rfbtbfnbtnb fbfnttrrb fntfn bt tb nbfbnttn ff bbftnft fnfn nbbbn nrtfnr nf bbftfntb rbfnnttr rb bnn rn n r ff ntbtbb nb b b r r fb f rb f b fb rrfnrtb trtfr br rr rf rrb rr f b nb r r tb t t rrt tr t nt fff nt f r t tfb bb b n ntb b t tn rfntbb tttb f f ff f rr rfnrtbfr fntnnr rf fbf rfntbb tttbnnf nbfrfnrfnf tnbrbf f brbf brf r f r frfn brrfrfnf nnbn brfbn rfbfnf n ntbnrrr nrfrnn n nnbfb nrnbfrb tbfrfnb br rb r rbt bbr r f bnbnrr rn t fnfrbbfrf bfbff nnnrb rfnrfn nfrnrn bffrrb bbfbrr r rbrn bfrf nftnbr rfnfrf tnbrrn brrbr rfrn nfrrbr rbfr n rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb rnbnntbn bb rfntbtt bbt f frfrt r f trf rr f trf r rrrr r rrrr r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r r r t rr r f r rrfr ntbrntr f r rrr ntttttt r rnt bt r r r f bnb rtt tt tt rnt t rtr t trt t t trr fr ntf tr nt f f fr frn t n t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr r t f rbbnbb n rfntbtt nt f frfrt r f rr r rrrr r rrrr r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr rt rrrt r fr rrrt f f r rrfr ntbrntr f r rrr ntttttt r rnt r r r b r f b bnn rtt tt tt rnt t rtr t trt t t trr fr ntf tr nt f f fr frn t n t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f rbbnbb n rfntbtt t frfff f ft rf r f rt rrrr r rrrr r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r t rt rt rf f r rrfr ntbrntr f r rrr ntttttt r rnt bn bn t t t r rnn bb r t r t r f r bnb rtt tt tt rnt t rtr t trt t t trr fr ntf tr nt f f fr frn t n t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f rbbnbb nn rfntt bbn rrr r r r fntbtnb n n tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rbb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn r fntbt ff f r ff f f ffff f ffff fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f r f f rrfr ntbrntr rr rrr rnt tttttr rnt br r f rnr f r n rtt t tt tr nt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr ntf f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr frr rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt fbbtrbb tb

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rfntt bb r r r fntbtnb r n tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfnttbb n r f r rfrf ntb n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r n t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttbbbn r f r rf rfrf ntbn r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbbbn r f rr rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnn tb r rttr r rffrntbfrbbb tnttnnn rrbtrt rrffrntbrb nfrbbtrrnbt tbtfnbtntbtnnt nbnb trt rrtbtnfrnt rfrbfbtf fbnbnntb nrtfnbr r n n n n tt tn n b ftt rt n f n n n rfrrbtr rnnbntnr nnbtt brtbtnnn frbtbrttn rnbtntn fbttrf rfnbrbtb tbntrrtntnt fbrtbtbtbr ftnbbrfbttfn tbntbtnnn bfrbtbrttnn bbrtftnrtntn brrftbfftn rrbtntnfb rbtfrbt rrrf tbnttr t brrnn rnn tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr n n n r ttn t n n fbrb rt rfnttbn f rfrf ntbn r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn n rfnttbn f rfrf ntbn nr ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnnn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttb f r r rfrf ntbn rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rbn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttb f rrr r r rfrf ntbn n n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfntt bbn r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfntt bn rffrntbfrbbb tnttnnn rrbtrt rrffrntbrb nfrbbtrrnbt tbtfnbtntbtnnt nbnb trt rrtbtnfrnt rfrbfbtf fbnbnntb nrtfnbr rb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t rfrrbtr rnnbntnr nnbtt brtbtnnn frbtbrttn rnbtntn fbttrf rfnbrbtb tbntrrtntnt fbrtbtbtbr ftnbbrfbttfn tbntbtnnn bfrbtbrttnn bbrtftnrtntn brrftbfftn rrbtntnfb rbtfrbt rrrf tbnttr t brrnn rnn tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t nr bbt nb t t fbrb rnnnbn rfntt bn rffrntbfrbbb tnttnnn rrbtrt rrffrn tbrbnfrbbtr rnbttbtfnbtntbt nntnbnb trt rrtbtnfrnt rfrbfbtf fbnbnntb nrtfnbr r n t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t rfrrbtr rnnbntnr nnbtt brtbtnnn frbtbrttn rnbtntn fbttrf rfnbrbtb tbntrrtntnt fbrtbtbtbr ftnbbrfbttfn tbntbtnnn bfrbtbrttnn bbrtftnrtntn brrftbfftn rrbtntnfb rbtfrbt rrrf tbnttr t brrnn rnn tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t nr bbt nb t t fbrb rnnnbn n rfntt bn rffrntbfrbbb tnttnnn rrbtrt rrffrn tbrbnfrbbtr rnbttbtfnbtntbt nntnbnb trt rrtbtnfrnt rfrbfbtf fbnbnntb nrtfnbr rb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t rfrrbtr rnnbntnr nnbtt brtbtnnn frbtbrttn rnbtntn fbttrf rfnbrbtb tbntrrtntnt fbrtbtbtbr ftnbbrfbttfn tbntbtnnn bfrbtbrttnn bbrtftnrtntn brrftbfftn rrbtntnfb rbtfrbt rrrf tbnttr t brrnn rnn tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t nr bbt nb t t fbrb rnnnbn rfntt bbbbn r fntbtnb n tt tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfntt b r rrr r r fntbtnb nr r r nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn r t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn

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r f f fntbb fffr fn fn n fn ff rfnrftbnb btbnbnbrb trbtbbb bfbbtfrbn fb nnbtr frftnrfbnf ntrbbf rb rfrft bbbftrf bbbnbb rftbttbnr bbnfrbbfffr rnfbbbt trbrnrfbb brnbnbnnfb trnnbbb nnftbbtnb rbnfrtfrt bf trff f f fbb bf f bbt f f bttt tb f f b fb f r f f n rf fff fr r f fff fr rffn trrtfb bnbn trnbbb nbbb ntrr bftbrnrf bbbbfbrb nbrbb rfr bbnfb r bbbftbrn bftbrn nfbnrf n tn f tb tbt n fn t fb bt r fntb bb ffr r ffr ffr ff ffr fff fr ff rrf frr r ff ffftr fr r ff f rfrrr ntbttrrr rtn fr fr fr rrnnn nnn ffnnn nn n nn n n n n nnn n nn n nn nn nnnn nnnn nnn n nnn n nnn nrrfr nnrrf rrr rrf rrrfrr nr frttrf rrrr rf r tbrr r r f fr trbrf r f r frr frfr rrr rr r frrrf fr rrrr fnfrr rfrfrr frrr r rrrrtt r t nrfff rr rn r r r rrrrbbt rrrbb rt t rnrf fttrtbt t rfnttbb f r rr r rfrf ntb n nn rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r b t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbbb f r rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbbbb f rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbb f tr rfrf ntbn n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn b rfnttbbb f r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbn r f r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbb f r rfnfrn tb rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr rn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnnr rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfnttbn r f rr rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn b r f ntb r nn rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntrbb f rfrft brrb bbftrfbbnb nbnbb ttbnrrn rfbbbrnbnbn rbnnnf b trn bnnftbbt nb n r n rn r n rf fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnb trb nbbftbfb r rftrrb b rb trrtfb bn n trnb bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb fbnrb n rfnttbn f rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn b rfnttbb f rr rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rb t t t t t n nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f rnnnbn rfntt bbnn r fntbtnb r nr tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt bbn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt rnnnbn rfntt bbbn rrt rffrntbfrbbb tnttnnn rrbtrt rrffrntbrb nfrbbtrrnbt tbtfnbtntbtnnt nbnb trt rrtbtnfrnt rfrbfbtf fbnbnntb nrtfnbr rbb t t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb t f t t t rfrrbtr rnnbntnr nnbtt brtbtnnn frbtbrttn rnbtntn fbttrf rfnbrbtb tbntrrtntnt fbrtbtbtbr ftnbbrfbttfn tbntbtnnn bfrbtbrttnn bbrtftnrtntn brrftbfftn rrbtntnfb rbtfrbt rrrf tbnttr t brrnn rnn tfn bbfbb nr nfrfnbr t t t nr bbt nb t t fbrb rnnnbn rfnttbn r f rt rfnfrn tb rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr r bn t t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb f t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfnnnr rt tn t n r n rb btnb t f rnnnbn

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rfnnttb b r r r r f bf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf ft rfnnttb r r r r rn b rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnt n ffr fftf fbf rfnnttb r r r r r fft rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n btt n n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf f rffnftfb r r r r ftn rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t bnn bfnn nf r r r rb nnnnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r tr tfn nn ffr ffnf f rfnnttb b r r r r r r r t r rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bbtt tn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnbtb n ffr fftf fbbbt rfnnttbbff r r r r r r r r f r r r r fft r r bf r tft rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r r rb nfnnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnt n ffr fftf f rfnntftbff r r r r r ftf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnnnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnntftb r r r r ff r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnnttbb b r r r r r r r r b r r r r r bb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br ft btnt n ffr fbftf f rfnnttbb r r r r r fftt r r r fbbt rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br ft btnt n ffr fbftf f r fntb bb nb f ffr r ff frr f f n f fr b f rf nt btf ft rntt b trfrn tn rn n f r r r bb rr f rf r nbb rrtbtr nf rffbn f rtrnt nr r fnr rf br t bt t bb b b rf t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b n ftrtbt r ff ntbn ttb rf b n rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr b r rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr t b rf bnbntbn b rfnntftb r r r r rr r ft r r t r r fbft rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r r rb nfnffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnt n ffr fftf fb rfnnttbt r r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbntb n b bffr fftf ff rffnftbf r r r r r n rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t nn n tfnn nf r r r rb nnnnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r tr tfn nbn ffr ffnf fbf rfnnttbt r r r r r fttt r r f ttt bb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n ff fnf ftt tf n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f

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rfnnttbt r r r r r r b r r bfff rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnntftb r r r r r r bbb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r r rb nfnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnntfftt b r r r r r r r r r r r r r rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnntftbt r r r r bb bf r r fb r fb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n ff n n bbn ftt tf n r n r r rb nfnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnt n ffr fftf fbt rfnnttbt t r r r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf ff rfnnttb r r r r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnnttbtt r r r r tb rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tbnt n ffr fftf f rffnftb t r r r r r r r bntf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t fbf b fnn nf r r r rb nnnfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br fn bnttnt ffr fbfnf ftttt rfnnttbt r r r r r bf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br bft tnt n ffr fftf f rfnnttb b r r r r bf rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nffb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br ft btnt n ffr fbftf ff rfnntfffb t r r r r r rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r r rb nfnnfnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r r ft tnt n ffr fftf ffb rfnnttbt r r r r r r f rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r r rb nfb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br ft btnt n ffr fbftf f rffnntbb r r r r r fn rfnfrnnt bbb bb rr rrr t tfb ft bfnn nf r r r rb nnb r r b r fnfb r bnf fbr n rb nnn b b r br fn bnn ffr fbfnf f r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n ff rfnttt f ff rfnttt f bbbbb bb bfbf tb bnbnbf rnbffn ntntt rfbrf rnbnnb bbbb nb tt tr r r bb rr bbbb b bbbb nbb b r brtbtrb bbb bffbbb bbb bb btbb bb bbn bft bbf t bf rrttt r ttr btt br rft rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r rtt rr n ftrtbt r fntb b nb f ffr r rr f f n tttf rb f rf nt btf ft rntt b trfrn tn rn n f bbtr r r bb rr f rf r nbb rrtbtr nf rffbn f rtrnt nr r fnr rf br t bt t bb b b rf t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b n ftrtbt r ff ntbn tbb r r f f r r r f f r b n rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr bf fbbf tnn n rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr t b rf bnbntbn b r ff ntbn tt fr f r b n fr rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr rt rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr t b rf bnbntbn b

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