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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: 11-16-2012
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The Apopka ChiefNovember 16, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top left of the page about Ty Parker stepping down as the head football coach at Wekiva High School. He leaves after a disappointing 1-9 sea son this year and an 1843 overall record. Parker began the Wekiva pro gram when the school opened. An immedi ate search has already begun to replace him, while Parker is weighing his future options. Q. Where will the Apopka Blue Darters play in the Apopkas 13th straight playoff appearance. Univer sity won the District 8A-3 title, while Apopka was the runner-up in District 8A-4.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Ty Parker, the only head football coach in Wekiva High Schools six years of existence, resigned Monday, November 12, after a 1-9 season. The schools principal, Dr. Elise Gruber, and athletic director, Lamarr Glenn, began an immediate search this week and, as of Wednesday, November 14, Glenn had received about 20 resumes for the position, some from Orange County, he said. Parker acknowledged the bad season va, but said, When your boss asks for your resignation, you give it. It was mutually agreed upon, Gruber said. Coach Parker was disappointed not to have the success he wanted or we wanted. It was an act of grace and further indication of his commitment to our program that he did resign. Leadership is knowing what your strengths and weaknesses are. I have the utmost respect for Ty Parker and his integrity and his willingness to take on the challenges of starting a program. I appreciate everything thats happened here, Parker said. We put a foundation down, I believe. I appreciate Elise giving me an opportunity where most people wouldnt. Gruber and Glenn will accept resumes from potential coaches through November 30. After that, Glenn will go over the resumes, checking references and backgrounds, and then By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff round playoff opponents Apopka (8-2) may have considered earlier in the season, the University Cougars (7-3) probably were not one of them. But, thanks to a 40-26 victory over Timber Creek, the Cougars are the District 8A-3 champs and will host the Blue Darters today, Friday, November 16, in a Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 per person, as set by the Florida High School Athletic Association. University has a $3 parking fee, said UHS athletic director Janet Wolbert. Those with exact change may purchase game tickets at the far right of the ticket booth in or der to speed up the process, she said. Apopka fans should go to the visitors side of the stadium by moving to the right and around past the scoreboard after entering the stadium. It was a surprise when University beat Timber Creek, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. That right away tells you they must be pretty good. dable opponent. They look big and physical. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff The preseason exists and most teams like to play exhibition games before the regular season for a very good reason. When Lake Brantley met Wekiva at Mustang gymnasium as a part of the Wekiva Tip-Off Classic Tuesday, November 15, it was obvious the teams had played this season. For three quarters, the two teams put together short stretches of forcing their strengths on the other to produce smooth, productive play. But there was also just as much choppy, inaccurate and imprecise play from the two teams. In the end though, it was the Mustangs who found the formula to make enough consecutive plays when the time for the game to be decid ed had come, to secure the 5744 victory. What we take out from this game is we found a way to gain the lead, Wekiva coach Scott Williams said. We then increased it and closed out the game when the criti cal moment came. And we did it with different players. It wasnt just one or two players. That shows maturity. We got some big rebounds and Due to a change in schedule, the Apopka Recreation Departments annual Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run and Walk Saturday, December 1, beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. A free childrens run will begin at This is an un-timed, un-scored fun run, said Lorena Potter, Parks and Recreation Department manager. There will be a toy collection to will receive a commemorative Reindeer Run tshirt. In the spirit of holiday merriment, the eight fastest male and female reindeer (runners) will clock for your time. The cost to pre-register is $15 plus a new, ticipants may pre-register at the Northwest Recreation Complex Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m.5 p.m.; at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Avenue, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; or online at www.apopka.net. Participants may also register on the day of the event for $20 plus a toy. Students, age 11 and older, may register for $10. Come run or walk for a great cause and make a difference in the life of a child this holiday season, Potter said. For safety reasons, baby joggers/strollers, bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates and dogs will be prohibited from the racecourse. The use of headphones is discouraged. For more information, call 407-703-1784 or visit www.apopka.net. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff During Apopkas winning streak, its been the offense that has propelled the Blue Darters to the forefront. The defense a pair of shutouts, but it was the offense that had everyones attention, scoring more than 54 points a game during the streak. The tables were turned in against Palm Bay Bayside, as the Apopka defense gave up just one touchdown and that after an Apopka turnover en route to a 24-7 victory over the Bears Friday, November 9, on Senior Night at Roger Williams Field. The defense played great, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. The Blue Darters were led by senior linebacker Garrett Spek, who had 11 total tack les. Defensive lineman Johnny Robinson contributed with nine tackles, while linebacker Billy Caughell and defensive back Rakeem Smith each had eight tackles for the Blue Darters. Offensively, Apopka (82) didnt score at the same rate it had over the past six games, but still managed to control the clock, rushing for 267 yards. Daquon Isom was the star of the game for the Blue Darters, gaining 174 on 16 carries, scor ing twice on runs of 51 yards runs of at least 11 yards. Im glad we could run (fullback) trap, Darlington said. It was good to see Isom have a good game. Bayside (4-6) moved the ball through the air, as their quarterbacks were a combined 27-of-46 for 252 yards, but only one score. Apopkas J.J. Simmons had an intercep tion in the fourth quarter. The Bears gained only 62 yards on the ground on just 19 attempts, but even several of those runs were designed passing plays in which the Apopka defense forced the quarterback to scramble. The Blue Darters began the game passing the ball, but established the run as the game went on and went to it heavi ly in the second half after quar terback Zack Darlington was injured early in the third quar ter. The Darters threw for 95 Although it wont count on the regular-season record, there was no lack of smiles from the Apopka High boys basketball team Tuesday, November 13, as the Blue Darters took an easy 65-39 victory over the Rockledge Raiders in Matt Rutas The game was played at Wekiva High School as part of the Mustangs two-day preseason event. In addition to Apopka, Wekiva, and Rockledge, Lake Brantley was part of the event. I was pleased with the effort, Ruta said. The (fast) pace is what we like. That pace included a lot of fast-break points for the Blue Darters who began the game on a 10-0 spurt and then grew a 28-16 lead to 50-16 with a 22-0 streak stretching from the second quarter to the third. We Who: Apopka Blue Darters (8-2 overall; Dist. 8A-4 runner-up) (7-3 overall; Dist. 8A-3 champion) When: Today, Fri., Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m. Where: University Why:Cost: $8 at the gate Parking: $3 per vehicle Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com ParkerTy Parker resigns as Wekiva football coachApopka faces University as postseason begins See PLAYOFFS Page 8B See P ARKER Page 6B Defense leads the way as Blue Darters continue win streakApopka rips Rockledge, 65-39, in preseason basketball gameJohnny R obinson leads the way as Apopka defenders corral Baysides K ory Schick during the Blue Darters 24-7 victory. See DEFENSE Page 6B Wekivas Nathan Powell is fouled by Lake Brantleys John Mooney, as he drives for a lay-up during the Mustangs 5744 victory over the Patriots in the rst night of the preseason Tip-Off Classic hosted by Wekiva.Mustangs overcome Brantley in preseason contest See WEKIVA Page 8B See D AR TER S Page 8BReindeer 5k run/walk set for Dec. 1Apopka coach Matt R uta talks to his players during a timeout in the rst half of the 65-39 victory.

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 3B Commenting about a man who just lost his job is not easy, but when its a man you respect, its even tougher. When Wekiva athletic director Lamarr Glenn sent out a press release early this week that Ty Parker would no longer be the head football coach for the Mustangs, it was the fulinevitable as Wekiva suffered through its 1-9 season. No, it wasnt just the one win in 10 games this season that caused the change, but this likely was going to be a watershed season and it wasnt a good one in any way, shape, or form for Parker and the Mustangs. he came to Apopka to be the defensive backs coach. He later became Apopkas defensive coordinator and then was the interim head coach for three games, including a playoff game. During that time as interim head coach, I saw Parker hold the Apopka High football program together. Ive written this before, but it bears repeating that his character and integrity were the glue that kept the Blue Darters from absolutely imploding. That month or so told me all I needed to know that Parker would be a successful head coach one day. No, it didnt work out on and the Mustangs, but I guarantee everything was done in the right manner. Ty Parker is like the rest of us in that hes human and makes plenty of mistakes, but hes a man of integrity and thats as high a compliment as I can give him. I understand why Principal Elise Gruber and Glenn decided to make the move. While acknowledging Parkers team needs more wins and that will likely come only with a change. But, I also know that Parker is a good football coach somewhere else. That will likely be as an assistant, but I am hoping it will be in our area, so that some youngsters in Central Florida will have ball knowledge, but his integrity. Could he land back at Apopka High? Sure, but that may or may not be the best for him. Time will tell, but I do know one thing: Ty Parker will do whats best for his family, including his wife, Melissa, and their 3-year-old daughter, Priyanna. I certainly wish him the best, both personally and professionally. Time for some hoops years, I will be covering Apopka High boys basketball. Its amazing how young even the coaches look these days, but thats pretty typical for me these days in any sport. coach in Matt Ruta and he brings plenty of energy to the team that is full of seniors. He has 10 12th graders on the rosson may be his best for a little while. Hes had success wherever hes been and I think hell be successful here long-term, but its going to take a lot of work from him and the players. The Darters are led by Joe Chealey, who signed this week with College of Charleston, you that the Blue Darters are much deeper than just him. preseason, a 65-39 victory over Rockledge, I was impressed by Deion Fields and Haleem Brown. Others also had good games, but those two guys had pretty solid nights. District 8A-3 is a tough one, but I am expecting not and-nail for a playoff berth, but the Wekiva Mustangs will be in the mix, too. Coach Scott Williams has had a solid program and is exseason behind Josh Filmore, a senior point guard, who signed with the Southeastern Louisiana Lions. The teams will meet December 5 at Wekiva and December 21 at Apopka. I am looking forward to both games. Through the years, the teams have played very competitive contests. Apopka at University This is normally the space where I write that I have never picked playoff games and that Im not going to start doing it this season. However, Ive changed my mind and decided to not only offer a pick for this game, but I am changing my method, as I will just pick a point spread and not a score. The game itself pits a team built on speed (Apopka) against one built on power (University). Through the years, the Cougars and Blue Darters have met just six times in football with Apopka winning all the games. Like most high school teams these days, the Cougars run out of the shotgun, but they dont run the spread offense. In fact, they run a lot of power with two tight ends and they even throw in an H-back sometimes, so its closer to the single wing than to the spread even though they run it from the shotgun. The Cougars are big and strong, but I dont think they can match Apopkas team speed. Dare I say it might be like a Big 10 team vs. an SEC team? We all know how that would end. And, I do think it will be like that. The biggest chance for University to win would be for its offense to control the ball and the clock. Long timeconsuming drives that end in points could lead to a University win. If Apopka turns the ball over and has numerous penalties, that will also aid Universitys cause. And that is a bigger cause for concern because the Blue Darters have shown a propensity to lay the ball on the ground and commit silly false start or defensive offsides penalties at times this season. If Apopka stays away from turnovers and penalties, playoff game since 2009. If not, it could be a close game. I really think the Blue Darters will dominate on the edge and in the passing game. A solid defensive effort must accompany that. If University running back Shadon Seabrook has a big game, it will be a bad night for Apopka. Seabrook will get some yards, but he wont run wild like he did against Timber Creek, as the Apopka defense continues to improve. Meanwhile, the Apopka offense will put up a goodly amount of points, utilizing its team speed to win. Apopka by 17 If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. Please send The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. In the October 26 edition of The Apopka Chief Duane K. Schutt, formerly of Apopka who now lives in North Carolina, was listed as being arrested for larceny. He was not the person arrested as another man In the period from November 5-11, the Apopka Police Department received 618 calls for assistance, responded to 12 crashes, issued 28 trafrests. Of these arrests, 12 were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with trespassing on school grounds, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, damage property-criminal mischief-$200 and under, disturbing peace-breach of peace, burglary unoccupied dwelling unor weapon. The following individuals were arrested and charged: William Mark Stephens, 54, 39 W. 3rd St., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Stephanie Bivens, 58, 219 Mountain Dr., Babson Park, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. Kila Filiatrault, 26, 2140 Wolf Ridge Ln., Mt. Dora, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Emanuel L. Hernandez, 23, 308 Summerset Dr., Apopwithout violence, fraud impersonate-false ID given to law Danny Sidders, 43, 961 Counts Crest Cir., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Nathan E. Starling, 27, 321 Blacktail Ct., Apopka, possession drugs-controlled substance without prescription, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Victoria Woodard, 22, 314 Rochelle Ave., Sanford, possession drug controlled substance without prescription. Charles Burke, 48, 1638 Route 9 South, Howell, N.J., larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Elmer Escalante, 27, 1142 Timberline Rd., Apopka, battery-touch or strike, resist oflence. Daniel Prouty, 67, 3700 Chuluota Rd., Orlando, driving or drugs. Ruben Dario Betancur, 22, 639 Fallen Oak Cv., Apopka, passport forged-alter bank bill note-check draft. Jalen Dixon, 18, 1845 Page Leigh Cir., Apopka, burglary unoccupied dwelling unarmed X 2. Christopher Negron, 20, 1201 Yvonne St., Apopka, fraud-illegal use of credit cards-use more than 2 times, fraud impersonate-use ID of 10-20 others without consent. Steven Dwayne Mort, 50, 103 Holderness Dr., Longwood, warrant X 2, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, contempt of court-criminal contempt of court. Walther Bonilla, 26, 800 Georgia Ave., Apopka, operate vehicle without drivers license. Stephanie A. Riley, 43, 236 Nob Hill Cir., driving unor drugs, driving with license suspended 1st offense, driving with license expired. David J. Fallon, 29, 1165 S. Central Ave., Apopka, larceny-2nd degree 1st offense. Michael Anthony Brigham, 25, 718 Magnolia St., Apopka, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Matthew W. Smith, 23, 2715 Annandale Ave., Orlando, arm or weapon. Police Beat Updated 10/10/12 Piedmont-Wekiva Rd. Errol Estate entrance) Downtown 400 N. Park Ave. (across from Fla. Hosp.) (Plymouth) store by mail) (across from The Apopka Chief) Would You Like Extra Copies? You may purchase The Apopka Chief at the following locations in and around ApopkaNew Location: 400 N. Park Avenue, Apopka Wekiva Springs Rd. Plymouth-Sorrento Rds (Across from Checkers, Highway 441 Orange St. in Plymouth (near 429) corner of Apopka Blvd. Wekiva Springs Rd. 2691 Highway 441 Welch Rd. (Publix center) (downtown) N. Park Ave. (Hwy 441, in Victoria Plaza Parking Lot) Plymouth/Sorrento Rd Apopka Blvd. Roger Williams center) and Hwy 441 Wekiva Rd. (beside Lowes) 8/23/12If you bought a paper every week, you would pay $26 annually, BUT you may subscribe for only $18 per year in Orange County and it will be delivered with your mail! 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From time to time, as space allows, The Apopka Chief will print cartoons generated by Bert Rummel, who, along with his wife Pam and children, has been a resident of Apopka since 1999. Rummel expresses his own humorous life experiences through Bertram, a cartoon character created and developed by him in 2003. If Bertram puts a smile on someones face, then my cartoons and artwork are a success, said Rummel.Lil Pigskins

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 4B Blue Darters celebrate Senior Night with 24-7 victory over BaysideChandler Cox runs the ball for the Blue Darters as he played much of the second half at quarterback for the injured Zack Darlington. R unning back Daquon Isom had a big night for the Blue Darters, rushing for 174 yards and two touchdowns on just 16 carries. After J.J. Simmons (l) stripped the ball from Baysides Lucious McK ay, he ran the ball back about 30 yards with the help of Garrett Spek (2) and R akeem Brown. During the Senior Night activities, offensive linemen K elby Bevelle (r) and K aleb Bevelle were accompanied by their parents Willis and Ciaren Bevelle. Wekiva running back R yan Watson nds some room in the Evans defense during the nal game of the regular season. Defensive back Darien Cashe cant quite get to the pass, as Evans wide receiver Tony Stevens snags it. Stevens is a Florida State commit.

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 5B R odney Brown drives through the lane during the scrimmage held following a slam dunk competition and 3-point shooting event. Haleem Brown keeps his eyes on the basket as he ies through the air during the scrimmage. Justin Storr shoots the ball during the scrimmage that followed the slam dunk event and 3-point shooting competition. With emcee Steve Schwarze looking at the numbers, the slam dunk competition judges show their scores. The preseason event drew plenty of students and community members Thursday, November 8, to Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium. Apopkas rst home game will be F riday, November 23, at 5 p.m. against Sarasota Riverview High. Donning an old-school Chicago Bulls jersey, Haleem Brown slams home a dunk during the event held Thursday, November 8, at Joe A. Sterling Gymnasium on the AHS campus.AHS boys basketball team holds special preseason event

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 6B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A long season usually means, for whatever reason, teams are powerless to correct mistakes and there are too many scenarios in which the team falls behind early. That is how the season began in August for the 1-9 Wekiva football team and how it ended Friday, November 9, against playoffbound Evans. The Trojans won by a 35-0 score. We told he players to go out and to keep playing, Wekiva coach Ty Parker said. Obviously, we have had a long season, but a team doesnt want to end the season without giving any effort. Every time a team faces an opponent, it wants the game to be a game. Im not sure we did that, but we did play with a better effort. However, we gave some effort from the beginning, but it wasnt until we were down 21-0 we gave it our best. That has been the story all season. We fall behind and then play with our best effort. Wekiva received the opening kickoff and played with the effort which was missing when it faced hometown rival Apopka in the annual Tater Bowl the previous Friday. But on the second play from scrimmage, what has become a familiar sight for the Wekiva faithful, materialized again, a fumble. Cornerback Julius Jones picked up the loose ball and rambled 24 yards into the end zone to score and put Evans ahead for good just a little more than a minute into the game. Wekiva was then held to a three-and-out and forced to punt. Six plays later, quarterback Levar Robinson scored on Marquise Hill added another touchdown with 4:30 left yard touchdown rush. Evans gained possession of the ball at Wekivas 7-yard line when a screen pass was attempted and intercepted by Dante Thomas. The other two Evans touchdowns were a one-yard rushing touchdown by Brandon English and a spectacular catch and run into the end zone by FSU commit Tony Stevens. Both were scored during the third quarter. The rushing touchdown by English capped off the opening drive of the second half which covered 56 yards. With 2:18 left in the third quarter, Robinson rolled to his right and threw a line-drive type pass over Stevens head on the right hashmark. Stevens and the defensive back jumped at the same time at Wekivas 35. But Stevens reached his hands out at the highest point of the pass and snagged the ball over the outstretched hands of the defender as well as out of the air while moving from his right to left in one motion as he ran a crossing pattern. Also as a part of the same motion with which he caught the ball, as he came down, he turned his body towards the end zone. Facing the end zone with the ball, he was several yards behind the other defensive backs and ran the remaining 35 yards without anyone close enough to tackle him. They are an undermanned team which have struggled through a long season, Evans coach Chip Gierke said about the Mustangs. They came out, Those people will be brought in for interviews the week of December 10 with a new head coach hired before the schools two-week break over Christmas and New Years. That person, hopefully, will start in January, at the second semester, Gruber said. What were looking for is an experienced head coach, somebody whos got a pretty darn good record. This is not a place to grow, she said. Its got to be someone whos going to build on the integrity that Ty Parker built on. She also wants someone with a strong track record. Im not going to look at age as a factor; Im going to look at experience as a factor. The teaching position for the new head coach will be dehead coach will help determine his assistants, who may or may not be any of the current Wekiva assistant football coaches. Hopefully, he will want to work with a couple of the excellent assistant coaches we have now, Gruber said. Parker was hired by Gruber to begin the Wekiva football program, coming to coach the Mustangs after serving as the defensive coordinator for the Apopka Blue Darters. Wekiva was a natural progression for me coming from Apopka High School, Parker said. The ability to put my imprint, footprint, on a program and start a program is something that many coaches would never be able to say they did. The beautiful thing about it was it was still in Apopka. For that, I will always be, in my heart and mind, a Wekiva Mustang, just as I cannot discount the years I was an Apopka Blue Darter. I dont regret any choice I made, as far as being a Blue Darter or a Mustang. Parker was 18-43 in his six seasons as the Mustangs head coach. His most successful season was in 2010 when Wekiva was 6-5, defeating Freedom 4928 in the Larry Gergley Bowl in Winter Park after recording a 5-5 regular-season record. Afseniors in the school or on the team, the Mustangs were 4-6 in 2008, defeating University 43season victory. Two weeks latdistrict game, whipping West Orange, 58-14, in a contest that represents the largest margin of victory for the Mustangs and the most points scored by Wekiva in a game. While Parker will remain a teacher at Wekiva for the time being, the long-term future is still up in the air, he said. Right now, my mind and my heart are telling me to sit still for a minute, lets see what happens, Parker said. That will be different for me. It may be time for me to do of value? What is the value? Everything in my bones is telling me to relax for a minute and lets see. Both his wife, Melissa, and his father told him that when one door closes, another one opens. Knowing you have the support of your family no matter what happens is huge. Normally, Parker said, he is pro-active when it comes to career issues. The uncertainty is a little nerve wracking, but its a little exciting because you dont know whats around the corner. Gruber has offered Parker a chance to teach a legal studies class at Wekiva because he holds a law degree. yards and a score on 10-of14 passing. Bayside did have one interception in its own end zone when the play wasnt run correctly. Everything was wrong, coach Darlington said. It was just a comedy of errors there. Apopka also had a pair of fumbles early in the third periinitial play of the third quarter and it led to Baysides only touchdown. The second Apopka fumble came just two offensive plays later, but the Apopka defense stiffened once the Bears reached inside the 10yard line, holding Bayside out of the end zone for six plays inside the 10. The Apopka offense picked up the momentum after the Blue Darters stopped Bayside on the Apopka 8-yard line on fourth and goal, driving 92 yards in 13 plays with Isom ending the drive on his 26-yard scoring run. Chandler Cox, substituting at quarterback for Zack Darlington on all but two of the plays drives, had 22 yards rushing on the march that took 7:15 off the clock and ended with Isoms run just 48 seconds into the fourth quarter. Brett Wilson added the extra point to give the Blue Darters a 24-7 lead. Chandler did a good job stepping in and playing, coach Darlington said. He just kept running the offense. Wilson also got the scoring under way for Apopka as the Blue Darters opening drive of the game stalled on the Bayside 14-yard line. Wilsons 30ers a 3-0 lead, something they would never relinquish. Both teams played well defensively until Isom broke for a 51-yard touchdown run on possession of the second period. Wilsons extra point with 9:30 left in the second gave the Blue Darters a 10-0 lead. Thats the way the score Ray Ray Smith for a 19-yard touchdown. Wilsons PAT gave Apopka a 17-0 lead going into the locker room at halftime, which was a much more comfortable margin than the 10-0 lead it appeared would be the halftime bulge. While the early third quarter was not kind to Apopka with the two fumbles, the Blue Darters settled down enough to win their seventh straight contest to end the regular season.Bayside Apopka First downs 17 19 Rushes-yards 19-62 35-267 Passing yards 252 95 Com-Att-Int 27-46-2 10-14-1 Fumbles-lost 3-2 2-2 Penalties-yards 2-20 9-44 Bayside 0 0 7 0 7 Apopka 3 14 0 7 24 Ap-Wilson 30 FG, 7:32 1st; Ap-Isom Smith 19 pass from Darlington (Wilson kick), 0:00 2nd; B-Andre 6 pass from McKay (Baron kick), 10:34 3rd; Ap-Isom 26 run (Wilson kick), 11:12 4th. Individual statistics Bush 2-16; Evarts 4-14; Harrell 3-11; Benjamin 1-3. Apopka-Isom 3-(-3). Passing: Bayside-Evarts 13-230, 129; McKay 14-23-1, 123, 1TD. 1-1-0, 1. Andre 5-34, 1TD; McKay 2-27; Johnson 3-14; Tyson 1-5; Benja1TD; Hendrickson 3-40; Blocker 2-5; Isom 1-1. A-1,500 Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Wekivas Reggie Brown carries the ball for some of his game-high 62 rushing yards during the game against Evans. Ty Parker said he will take time before deciding what he will do next professionally.played hard and fought. They half. But the two early touchdowns set the tone and put us in the position of controlling the game. It was basic football and what we coaches preach all the time. Turnovers and mistakes are usually the difference. The two turnovers were caused by great tackling and being opportunistic when they occur is a part of our game plan. We tackle with that intent. The interception was a great read by Dante. It was pretwas a huge momentum swing before the game really got under way. The second turnover kept it that way. And it was important because it stopped them half ended. Teams dont want opponents to have momentum carrying into the second half. It was solid way to end the season and go into the playoffs. But it is not just the coaching. The players have played great and trusted the coaches. Robinsons performance ular. He was 9-of-12 for 197 yards and a touchdown. Steyards and the touchdown. career as a Wekiva Mustang by rushing for 62 yards on 14 carries, which was the game high. Chip has done a great job at Evans, Parker said. He and his coaching staff have turned the program around. They have gone to the playoffs two years in a row. This game was a demonstration of them deserving to go the playoffs. But our season was more about us and what we have failed to do. Wekiva Evans First downs 14 7 Rushes-yards 47-126 20-156 Passing yards 27 197 Com-Att-Int 1-3-1 9-12-2 Fumbles-lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-yards 5-35 6-50 Wekiva 0 0 0 0 0 Evans 21 0 14 0 35 E-Julius 24 fumble return (Escoberun (Escobedo kick), 7:19 1st; E-Hill 7 run (Escobedo kick), 4:33 1st; EEnglish 1 run (Escobedo kick), 9:24 son (Escobedo kick), 2:18. 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By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff was the head coach of the Apopka girls basketball program, her teams compiled a record of 103-44 (.700 winning percentage). That success of the FHSAA postseason tournament, one of ment was the 2009-10 division championship as Apopka upset an undefeated Dr. Phillips team in lyst for the victory. However, since that triumph, the Blue Darters have had a combined record of 18-31 and have exited stage left during each of the last two as the last of the players who were members of gram continued to bring in talented and skilled players during the last two years, but almost all were freshmen and there were no upperclassmen. Now, after each player has taken her share of harder-than-usual bumps and bruises while learning the ropes of varsity play, the program appears ready to return to its previous status as a legitimate team to be discussed among the powers of the sport. The last two years, we have had the skill and talent, Jenkins said. This is an area with a lot of athleticism, so we should always talent and level of skill, which is how teams are built. However, the issue was we didnt always use it consistently over the last two seasons, because we lacked experience. And that is why we are expecting this to be a season like the ones we had before 2010-11. The core of this years team has been playing together for at least three years. They have the experience of playing at the var nament fundraiser for the Zell wood Community Center will be held Saturday, December 8 at the Zellwood Station Golf and Country Club 2126 Spillman Drive, Zellwood. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and teeoff is at 8 a.m. What an exciting year its been for the center. We have built a brand new playground and resurfaced our tennis courts, said Denny Shiver, an organizer of the event. The cost is $240 per four some, which includes lunch and door prizes. Shiver said there would be prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive, and the winners. To date, organizers need hole sponsors ($75 per hole) and businesses to offer donations of their products or ser items. For information, call 321303-0582, 407-625-1503 or email aarontbarrett@aol.com. Like Apopka, University limped out of the gate with a 1-2 record, but then won six le last week. However, thats where the similarities end as Apopka downed Palm Bay Bayside, 24-7, and University fell to West Orange 47-21. Darlington said the Cougars run a unique scheme on offense you dont often see. Its a shotgun offense, but they use a lot of double tight ends. Its a lot more power running than you normally see out of prepare for. They remind me of Stanford the way they run power, but they are in the gun. er that Apopkas defense will have to get ready for will be running back Shadon Seabrook. The senior ran for more than 300 yards in the 40-26 victory over Timber Creek. Universitys defensive coordinator is Tom Paolucci, who served a few seasons as Apopkas defensive backs coach. On defense, they look like an even front and they are very aggressive on defense. Darlington said Paoluccis time on Apopkas staff shouldnt give the former Apopka assistant much of an advantage. Were doing a lot of stuff differently now than when Paolucci was here. This will be just the fourth playoff appearance in school history for the Cougars and the ka, it will be the 13th straight postseason berth, but Apopka hasnt won a playoff game since a 7-0 win over Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast in 2009. The winner will advance The Apopka-University winner will face the survivor of the Olympia-Timber Creek contest. Apopka would play at Olympia, but host Timber Creek, while University would host either Olympia or Timber Creek. That second-round playoff contest will be Friday, November 23, at 7:30 p.m. can play in spurts, no doubt, Ruta said. It was more than just a spurt, as the Blue Darters didnt allow a Rockledge point from 4:12 left in the second period to the 4:45 mark of the third period. Ty Dix fueled that deci sive run with 11 points, while Deion Fields, who scored six the game, tallied six points during the 22-0 stretch. Haleem Brown added four and Joe Chealey hit a 3-pointer during the game-deciding run. For the game, Fields and Brown tallied 14 points each with Dix adding 11. Chealey, who signed this week with College of Charleston, scored 9. Others hitting the scoring column for the Blue Darters include Jason Elicier (6 points) and Montay Thompson, Breck, Storr and Rosario with 2 points each. The Blue Darters dominat ed the boards, especially on the offensive end, pulling down a staggering 20 offensive rebounds. Fields led the Darters with seven boards. He also had eight steals to lead the Darters, who had 14 steals as a team. Apopka had 10 turnovers and nine assists. Fields and Rosario each had a block for the Darters. After Apopka jumped out to the 10-0 early lead, the Raiders narrowed it to 16-10, but couldnt get closer and the ter on a 6-0 run to take a 2210 lead after one period. In the second quarter, Apopka began its 22-0 run, ending the period on a 11-0 streak, as Dix hit a 3-pointer just beating the halftime buzzer to give the Blue Darters a 39-16 lead. Once Apopka built the third-quarter lead to 55-20, the running clock began and Ruta substituted heavily, as the starters left the game and never returned. Apopka led 59-25 after three periods. The Blue Darters played the second game of the preseason event Thursday, November 15, against Lake Brantley past press time. game of the year will be Friday, November 23, at Apopka as the Blue Darters will host the Sarasota Riverview Rams in a rare 5 p.m. start time. Apopka will be back at Wekiva High Saturday, November 24, where the Darters will face the Osceola Kowboys in a 9:30 p.m. game as part of the Metro vs. Florida two-day event. baskets from Ruben Monroe, Jabari Grant, Nate Powell, and Malcolm Stevenson. We obviously didnt play our best throughout the game and had inconsistency. Both teams looked like season. But we made the plays down the stretch when the game had reached its decisive stretch of time. Despite the bad play, it is still a nice feeling and comfort to know we can make the plays which win games down the stretch. With 6:14 left in the game, the Patriots were holding a 40-39 lead. But when the Mustangs swung the ball to the weak side of its offense, Josh Filmore was open and promptly buried a 12-foot jumper from the left tangs a 41-40 lead and they would never trail in the game again, although the Patriots did tie it up, for 18 seconds. On its next possession, Wekiva swung the ball around its perimeter again and then opened up the baseline as Filmore drove it and followed his jumper with a drive and a layup to increase the lead to three. The Patriots passed the ball to John Mooney on the left side of the free throw line as he was moving into the lane. He slashed through the lane and scored a basket. He was also fouled while he slashed through the lane. He tied the game at 43-43 with the successful free throw. But it would only be a reprieve for Lake Brantley as the Mustangs rambled off the next eight points of the game, which would be the deci sive stretch of time during the game. A driving lay-up by Jabari Grant, which was once again set up by reversing the ball to the opposite side of the offense, gave the Mustangs the lead for good with 4:50 left. A six-foot leaning jumper from the right baseline by Malcolm Stevenson followed. The pass which set up Stevensons position on the baseline came from the left corner of the court. Wekiva stole the ball as Lake Brantley tried to bring it up the court on the next possession and Willie Car michael scored on a lay-up under the basket. Attempting to pass the ball to the top of the key, for the third time out of four possessions, Lake Brantley turned the ball over. With the interception, Wekiva then began a fast break which ended with Ruben Monroes lay-up off an offensive rebound. The eight points were decisive because they were scored quickly, in only 2:53. The Patriots stopped what became an 8-0 run with a free throw, cutting the lead to 51-44 with 1:35 left in the game. But it was the only point the to close out the game with a 14-1 run. We were very shaky with our ball-handling and passing, Williams said, We turned the ball over 25 times. It kept us from maintaining any type of continuity on offense. Defensively. we were good in stretches, but committed too many bad fouls. We believe it was because this was our than that. That was not who we will be. What happened during the fourth quarter and the run occurred because of the difference in our play. We didnt settle for shots dur ing the fourth quarter. We werent settling which led to more quality shots because we were more aggressive against the pressure. When I look at the shot chart, I expect the number in paint to be much higher during the fourth quarter. The offense and defense playing the way it did is also attributable to being a step too slow on defense and a step too quick on offense. Part of the learning process is to know when the team has created a quality shot for itself and to know when to be a little bit more patient. Since we were doing that more as the game progressed, we did learn something. Free throws were not impor tant for Wekiva just because it closed out the game with them, but they were also an important difference as a whole. The Mustangs converted 16-of-19 from the charity stripe. The same amount of points came from free throws for Lake Brantley, but 30 were attempted. Although it was clearly showing of the season, the Mustangs still held scoring 19 itself. Wekiva was also balanced as four players tallied over 10 points, which is an important goal for the team this season after its ability to do so was limited during 2011-12. Grant was the games leading scorer with 12 points. Another 11 points were put in the basket by Filmore, Powell and Carmichael. The Patriots and the games lead ing scorer was Cooper, who totaled 13 points. Mooney also put together an 11-point game. Obviously, we didnt play our best game, Williams said. But the Patriots are a good team every year. cally do a good job with the motion offense, which means we got a victory over a quality opponent. Grant was particularly important for us and played well. He played the way we expect him to play this season based on what we see from him during the off-season. He brought a lot of energy and was active. He made a lot of plays for us on both ends of the court, with and without the ball. game tied at 9-9. The Mustangs took a 27-24 lead into halftime. Apopka and Rockledge also played in the Wekiva Tipoff Classic. They faced each other in the opening game on Tuesday. Apopka won by a 65-39 score. The other games took place Thursday, November 15, past press time. Apopka played Lake Brantley in the opening game. Wekiva and Rockledge closed out the event. for the Mustangs will be part of the Metro vs. Florida Challenge Friday, November 23, and Saturday, November 24, which Wekiva hosts each year. There are nine games on Friday and eight on Saturday with Fridays contests starting at 10 a.m. and Saturday at 10:30 a.m. The Mustangs are scheduled to take on Bartow Friday at 7:15 p.m. and will play Lake Minneola Satur day at noon. Tickets are $10 per day or $15 for a two-day pass. Apopka Blue Darters girls volleyball player Denise Belcher (c, front) signed with the University of Florida womens volleyball program to play for the Gators next year. Sitting next to her are her father, Dennis, and her mother, K athy. In the back are, (l-r), AHS head volleyball coach Jamie Lillethorup, assistant coach Dwayne Harris, assistant coach Cindy Anderson, and AHS Principal Doug Guthrie. Belcher inks with Florida Wekiva Mustangs boys basketball player Josh F ilmore (c, front) signed with the Southeastern Louisiana mens basket ball team to play for the Lions next year. Sitting with him in front are, (l-r), Jean Maxwell, grandmother; Michelle F ilmore, mother; Eva F ilmore, grandmother; and F reddie F ilmore, grandfather. In the back are, (l-r), Scott Williams, WHS boys basketball coach; Dr. Elise Gruber, WHS principal; and Lisa Montgomery, WHS assistant athletic director. Blue Darters look to rebuild girls basketball programJenkins See AHS Page 9B Continued from page 1BWekiva: Darters: Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BPlayoffs: This is Apopkas 13th

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By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Darters boys basketball coach Matt Ruta, having a roster laden with 10 seniors is a blessing, but only because his players have been coachable. This is the third new situation Ive stepped into and its the easiest transition from a players standpoint. They have bought in (to his coach ing style) and that is unique. For the most part, they do what I ask and have a great attitude about it. Im excited about this group. They have really good (player) leadership. They work very hard. I feel like its a group thats hungry, Ruta said. In this case, if hunger is created by advancing to the regional playoffs, then the Blue Darters are starving. For a school that was a top basketball power in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, the past 30 years have been a drought for the Blue Darters. Its been since 1979 that an Apopka High boys basketball team advanced past the district tournament. We want to play in the (regional) playoffs, Ruta said. That may be ambitious for the group coming back. Leading the way for the Blue Darters is senior Joe Chealey, a 6-foot-2 point guard. He signed an NCAA Division I basketball scholarship with College of Charleston Thursday, November 15, after committing to the Cougars earlier this fall. Joe is our most skilled kid. He is what we call a true point guard, but he can score it and will score it, Ruta said. More than anything hell get us into our spots, where we need to be. Hes really focused on this year. Hes very focused on this season and accomplish ing the things we want him to accomplish. Also forming the core of Darters are Ty Dix, Deion Fields, and Haleem Brown. Montay Thompson and Willie Denison may also see starting time, but should see plenty of playing time, whether starting or not. As most Apopka basketball teams lately, the Blue Darters have precious little height and will rely on athleticism to win games. Im personnel-driven, Ruta said, but I feel we can play fast. I want to play fast. I would rather play fast if we can, and I think we can. Offensively, spacing is a big thing we talk about to create different mismatches. Well want to push, he said. Defensively, whether were in fullcourt or half-court, we want to play really hard but disciplined. We will pressure the basketball and mix defenses in. We wont be vanilla, but well play mostly man-to-man (defense). The Blue Darters will continue to be in very competitive District 8A-3, facing perennial powers Olympia and West Or ange, along with Ocoee and hometown rival Wekiva. are competitive. Are we good enough to beat them? Yeah, but they are good enough to beat us. I feel like there is a lot of parity in our district and the Metro (Conference), Ruta said. Olympia and West Orange both lost some top players from last season, but both expect to reload, not rebuild, and Ocoee is a program on the rise. Wekiva counters with its own Division I-signee point guard in Josh Filmore. Dr. Phillips is probably the best team in the Metro, along with Evans, Freedom, and Jones. Theres not a night off. Theres no team I look on this schedule and say, there is a (sure) win, but theres not a team we cant beat. Rutas wife, Natalie, is an Apopka High grad and Ruta played basketball at The First Academy in Orlando, in addition to serving as an assistant coach there prior to getting the Sherwood job, so coming to Apopka is a bit like coming home. He came to Apopka High from North Florida Christian where he was head coach for two years. Prior to that, he was at Sherwood Christian Academy in Albany, Ga. Ruta compiled a 77-29 record in those four years, but the competition at a large public school has him looking for ward to the season. The competitor inside of me is excited about our group, he said. It will be fun to have every game be a challenge. While the Blue Darters played their preseason games this week, easily defeating game Tuesday, November 13, and playing Lake Brantley in the second game Thursday, November 15, past press time, Apopka will open the regular season Friday, November 23, in a 5 p.m. home game against the Sarasota Riverview Rams. The Blue Darters will play the Osceola High Kowboys Saturday, November 24, at 9:30 p.m. as part of the Metro vs. Florida event at Wekiva High School. The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 9B sity level and with each other. They have been playing AAU during the off-season and some of them play on the same team. At the start of the 2010-11 season, three freshmen were starting. We have only one senior starting this year. So we think of the team as still fairly young. But the rest of the starters are those same freshmen who are now juniors and have been playing both varsity and AAU for three years. They know what to do, both how to run the offenses and defenses. They know what to do to be in the condition required to play the kind of game we do. We should be in a different place and so far we are. Throughout its history under Jenkins, Apopka has won with basketballs version of a pound-and-ground, philosophy of defense-generates-offense concept. half-court trapping defense as its primary weapon in creating pressure and up-tempo, open-space basketball. When properly executed, the sysforces offenses to put it on the ground. Their set offense is a man-to-man system called the 41. However, Apopkas bread-and-butter scoring comes from its package of various motion offenses. The whole range of screens, as well as pick-and-rolls are relied on often. Like the defense, Apopka tries to keep the ball and players constantly moving around the perimeter when the team is on offense in an attempt to tire the opponent out, so quick passes can then be made into the paint to set This team is the same as all the others, Jenkins said. We have never had height, but we have always had athleticism, which is the basis for how we play the game. We want to pressure the opponent into mistakes and score in transition. That kind of defense requires the ability to run and strength. When a team has athleticism, it can run. When it has strength, it can trap, cut the court into small areas and use double or even triple teams. Our skillpiece is how we play defense and use it to generate points. Because we havent been able to consistently use our skill and tal ent productively over the last couple er to win the way we did before, we as we have in the past. The plays we run and how we play offense and defense wont be quite the same. But the general concept of what we want to do will be. That will not change, behave. We will continue to play the same kind of defense to generate offense. And the centerpiece of what we do defensively is traps and presses to pressure opponents into making mistakes. With the subtlety of how the team plays defense, the most tangi ble change this team is making is the conservative 2-3 zone as its base defense. Or at least it started the season with the 2-3 zone as its base defense. However, the players will continue to use the programs trademark style of trapping and pressing as it will be included as a part of the 2-3 zone. Apopka will also employ the array of halfcourt and full-court traps/presses out of that zone. The team can also consistentcould score in double digits, which was the other important component of winning and goes hand-in-hand with the defensive concept. We also, once again, have the capability to consistently get doubledigit scoring from at least three players, Jenkins said. It takes at least three players scoring double digits to win and we have a group of playpoints for the others to help the team win. We also have a group of players who can pick up the points if someone is having an off-night. So we have a team which doesnt have to rely on the same three players to score. It could be a different group of three every night. It is important to have at least three players who can score in the double digits, but within that component, it is also important for a team to have more than the same three players score. The only senior in the starting lineup is off-guard Desaray Morss. She is joined in the backcourt by Brittney Chambers, who will be where the offense starts from as the point guard. Chambers natural position is the off-guard, but she has handled the point guard position the last two years because her skills are transferable to handling the ball. As usual, the post players will play the center/forward position as more of a committee than any one as milla Jackson will be the primary post players. Jacksons responsibili ties are more in tune with a center, but the scheme calls for all the players to overlap in where they are on the court and responsibilities, even the guards with the post players. The other starter is Courtney Gay, who transferred from Wekiva. She plays both of the guard positions. The rest of the eight-man rotation which Apopka will begin the season with is senior Shantomyia Smith, junior Miya Allen, and freshman Cier ra Taylor. All are guards and will be counted on to give Chambers a rest or allow the team to move her back to the off/scoring guard position to create a change of pace the opponent has to deal with. Sophomore post player Tabisha Figaro and freshman Taylor White round out the roster. encing the teams won-lost record the last two years is free throws. With a percentage under 50 the last two years, Jenkins installed several new drills into practices and the percentage has risen. How much it does during the course of the entire season is still yet to be seen, but the improvement in practice is encouraging as if a team cant improve in practice it wont do it during regular season games. As always, the regular-season and her staff always envision their role as molding a team into one whose ability to play the programs style of ball peaks during the postseason. The team not only takes on all of its District 8A-3 rivals twice, but 11 Metro Conference foes, all of which their division. The other district mem bers are Wekiva, West Orange, Ocoee, and Olympia. West Orange is the defending district champion. Olympia earned the second FHSAA postseason tournament regional berth as the eventual state champion, Dr. Phillips in the tournament. Dr. Phillips is on Apopkas 2012-13 schedule. Apopka also plays in the Jim Clark Classic in late December and the MLK Classic in January. We believe strongly in this group of players, Jenkins said. The question is if and when they do the same. We like the way the team has started. The team cant be afraid to make mistakes. If they arent afraid and learn from them, I like the opportunity of turning the belief we have in them into wins. Our game is all about boxing out, rebounding and making those good outlet passes which start transitions. The team has the skills and been through the learning curve the last two years. This season, the players are going through the process of doing them by memory, being conditioned like they are natural instincts. We return to where we were by progressing through that stage and we play such a feel the time has come, but we still have to play the games and do it. Continued from page 8B Can you believe this weather we are havin? The weather is great and so is the Folks are on the water and they are catchin plenty of specks, which is crappie for our northern friends. Most of the lakes in our area are producin some nice catches, but some of the lakes are really hot. Im gettin reports from lakes up near Gainesville. These two lakes are very popular, and they can be very productive durin certain times of the year. One of the lakes is called Orange Lake and the other is known as Lake Lochloosa. They are connected by a canal called Cross Creek. Folks of water and they are catchin plenty of specks. Brightly colored jigs tipped with a minner have been workin the best. Lake Monroe is still producin some great catches of specks. Most of the specks are still in deep water, and you can catch em on jigs tipped with a minner. Lake Jesup, Lake Woodruff, and Lake Harney are really good lakes to catch a mess of specks in, too. Some of the lakes in the Harris Chain are good spots to catch some specks in, also. Lake Carlton, Little Lake Harris, Dead River, and Lake Dora are all producin some nice specks. You need to be in about 6 ft. to 8 ft. of water. Good colors for jigs are pink, lemon-orange, chartreuse, and the red rooster, which is a gold Gold-colored ice jigs are wor kin, too. You need to make sure you tip your jig with a minner, and you should be good to go. You have a lot of options for catchin some specks, so get hot as the specks but the Harris Chain has been good for some nice bass. Most of the bass are bein caught on swim-baits, Rat-L-Traps, spinnerbaits, and shallow-runnin crankbaits. You can catch some nice bass on shiners in the mouth of the canals, and in the residential canals. You can also catch some the heavy cover with plastic worms. Junebug and Junebug with a bluetail have been good colors to use. The bass are in their pre-spawn pattern, so they before they go on the beds. The Butler Chain and the Conway Chain have been good for catchin some nice schoolin-size bass. Most of the bass are bein caught with top-water baits, Zoom Flukes, and plastic worms. You need to look for The Kissimmee Chain has been good for bass, too. the mornin with plastic toads, and frogs around the cover and doin real good. If we get some rain this week, you need to look for some movin water. gin around those areas feeddads comin into the lakes. Fish noisy top-water baits, and RatL-Traps in those areas for some good results. If we keep gettin cooler weather and the wind doesnt get too bad, we should have few weeks. Ill see ya next week. Tip of the week: go speck Save a few and good luck! Apopka High boys basketball team begins new season with new coachMatt R uta is in his rst year as the Apopka High School boys basketball coach. During a special preseason basketball event at AHS for students and the community, Apopka point guard Joe Chealey leaps over Jevric Blocker as part of the dunk contest.AHS: As usual, Blue Darters play in a very tough district with 4 other teams

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 10B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Even though Tommie success. We have to change the said. To do what my staff did one season is 17 and the most the gaudiest of those statistics pionship. which have both man-to-man season. a necessity we do it at Wekiva. in a position to win. That is a coaching staff as having a nice sition. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff championship meet. Wekistate championship meet was championship meet was the the state championship. The season ended with a match-up among the state upset when the team does that. The state championship At the state championship The Mustangs defeated seed and defending champi team which defeated Wekiva in They tend to go handin-hand but at the state championship was disappointment in not winning the state champion sponded by making adjustTommie Butts . new WHS coach Classi cation: #_____ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ (10) __________ __________ __________ __________ ...Gobble gobble... The Apopka Chief & The Planter Classified Ad Special $100Per Week* (*10 words or less. One item per ad. Cash only. Must be prepaid by Tuesday noon of the week that it runs. For items under $100 only. Price must be in ad. If ad needs to be billed, then regular pricing applies.) or Visit us online atwww.TheApopkaChief.comEasy and Convenient: Place your Ad online at or FAX: 407-889-4121Call now and take advantage of our

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Exp. 11/30/12 Rolling Hills Community Church, RCAWorship: Sunday, 9:30 am Sunday School: 11 am4407 Orange Blossom Trail, Zellwood, Florida 32798 Part of the Zellwood community for over 30 years, we offer a traditional Reformed service in a warm and reverent environment. All are welcome. 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. Call Church Office For Information On The Ladies Bible Study and Men's Breakfast Bible Study. 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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 13BRotary Calendar now available For the second year, the Apopka Rotary Club will sponsor fundraiser calendars that feature art by Apopka-area students. The new calendars were available this past week. The calendars will be available through different youth said Bill Spiegel, founder of the event. We are still coordinating which groups and where. It is likely that they will be available at some businesses around town such as BankFirst, CF Insurance, Optical Eyeland, Fairwinds Credit Union and others. We will be selling them again at the Christmas Parade and different community events through the end of the year. We are still looking for more youth groups who would like to participate in Spiegel said any youth orgaThey dont have to be ing out a form that is available online. The calendar will include the Orange County Public Schools calendar and federal holidays. There will be a download Google Calendar of the OCPS schedule available on the website as well. Artwork was submitted by students at Wolf Lake Elementary, Wolf Lake Middle, Apopka High, Wekiva High, Piedmont Lakes Middle, Apopka Memorial Middle, and Maitland Montessori School, Spiegel said. The coupons in the calendars really turned out great and Spiegel said. There are hundreds of dollars in coupons and easily $50 in coupons just from the food providers. The coupons are all for either a percentage off, buy-one-get-one-free, or free apThe coupons providers inCaffe Positanos, McDonalds, Golden Wok Buffet, Firehouse Subs, Beef O Bradys, Froggers, Chilis, Papa Johns, Brunswick Lanes, Congo River Golf, Patricios Hair Studio, Uptown Barbers, Wekiva Dental, Optical Eyeland, and St. Germain Chiropractic Clinic. 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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 14B How does a Thanksgiving Sweetly, of course, with a big beautiful Thanksgiving pie for dessert. Sweet potato pie and pumpkin pie typically have special places reserved for them on this autumn-harvest holidays tables. Apple pie is another popular choice of the season. Mincemeat pie seems to be associated with both the Thanksgiv well, thats a perfect choice anytime, or for something different, try a chess pie. Enjoy the celebrative pie recipes below. May your Thanksgiving 2012 be an unforgettable and very special day! Recipe from New Vision Community Churchs Feeding the Flock tatoes size can) pie crust. Blend well. Pour into pie crust and bake for 45 minutes. Recipe from The New Good Ole Boys Cook Book Pecan Layer: mashed Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In large bowl, stir together all ingredients for the cans, until well blended. Stir in pecans. shell. Bake 40-50 minutes or until it isnt soupy. For the sweet potato layer: While egg whites. Add the milk. Beat the egg whites until stiff, gradually adding the sug400 degrees for 10 minutes. Then lower heat to 350 degrees and bake until no longer soupy. Using a spatula, remove sweet potato each pecan pie. Bake pie at 350 degrees until inserted straw comes out clean. Each layer of this pie will be very distinctive. Serve hot with whipped topping or ice cream or just with a fork. Recipe from New Vision Community Churchs Feeding the Flock pumpkin densed milk Bake at 375 degrees for 50-55 minutes. Recipe from Lets See Whats Cookin Cinnamon with cinnamon. Sprinkle over top of pie. Pour canned milk over top. Bake at 350 degrees until apples are tender and topping is brown. Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks Place sliced apples in unbaked pie shell. Sprinkle apples with lemon juice. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes, then reduce to 350 for about 25 minutes until apples are tender. Recipe from Home Sweet Habitat apples bine reserved juice with enough water to measure one-fourth cup. Spread apples in pastry-lined eight-inch pie plate. Pour of aspartame, cornstarch, cinnamon and nutmeg. Dot with butter. Top with remain ing pastry. Seal edge and cut vents. Bake at 425 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes or until brown. Recipe from Home Sweet Habitat 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell into pie shell. Bake at 350 degrees until center is set. Recipe from Home Sweet Habitat Press pecans into side and bottom of pie shell. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes or until light brown. Let stand until cool. Beat cream cheese and confecpare whipped topping according to package directions, using half a cup of low-fat milk and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla and beating until stiff peaks form. Spread over cream SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Bapinclude Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628.MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Ministry offers Free Meal : The Open Heart Kitchen presented by day of each month. From noon to 889-4464. Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:00 p.m. 5:55 p.m., at the The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts sibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonare 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 Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20Walk and Talk: 8:00 a.m. 9:00 886-4231 for more information. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City meetings open to the public. SubGFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. at Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. 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.WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts sibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a noncall 407-886-1147. Crafts & Chatter and Board Games: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of Call 407-703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: proximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: ery Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* City Council Meeting: 8:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, change with notice. For info., call THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: Community Center, 519 S. Central Call 407-880-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. night will feature drawings, prizes, For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407-814-9678. 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 EVENTS Camp Scooter: The Orange vision will host Camp Scooter during the holidays for youth in grades K-5 at the following locations: tion is now open and continues ungins November 19, and continues food stamps $20. For more information, visit www.OrangeCounCross-country Race: Saturday, November 24, at 1:00 p.m., at the teers are needed for the event. Early registration is open now at www.Flying-Colors-Sports.com. For more information, call 513orssports.com. Giving Thanks to Farmworkers: Florida, will be held Tuesday, November 27, from 6:30 p.m. 8:30 per corporate sponsor. For more information, call 407-886-5151 or email cdudd44@hotmail.com. Reindeer 5K Fun Run and Walk: Saturday, December 1, beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Due to a change in schedule, the The cost to pre-register is $15 plus Loaves & Fishes. Participants may register at the Northwest Recrefrom 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. or at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Apopka Christmas Parade: Fowill hold the 36th annual Parade on December 8, from 10:00 a.m. noon. For information about the parade, call Deviese at 407-8864331. Sign up now for your parade entry! Kiwanis Club Meeting: 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 information, contact Stuart HarClub of Orlando: be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in Septemwives are also welcome to attend. Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809.Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Tuesday of every month, The meeting is for men who have information about the disease. For more information, call Till at 407341-1826. Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City els, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises! The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email rie.averybayer@aol.com.ONGOING EVENTS Utility Bill Payment Assistance : SENIORS ages 60+, can get onetime assistance per season with past due utility bills, October 1 4464 or 407-694-1405. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: day, Wednesday and Friday at Kit 407-948-5603 for details. Bridge Games and Classes: EvDuplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-315-9934 or Seniors Meals on Wheels: is 8982. Hospital Health Course Offered : The Living Healthy Program at 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, citsurveys, 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: continue to collect old cell phones Ministry Collecting Toys: Exthat assists local charities with provisions, is currently collecting toys for Christmas in September. In October, the charity offers the opportunity to adopt a family for the holidays. The organization is also collecting travel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, dents. For more information, call 800-962-2622. Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: 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 Orange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of November! Go to www. and register for event. If you are right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunStore, call 407-880-8881 or 407696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. ********** more info, call 407-886-1441. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-835-7323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) UPCOMING & ONGOINGEVENTS CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Belly Dance Classes : 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 should wear comfortable clothing. Call 407-703-1631, for information.Tennis Programs : Held at the Northwest Recreation sacademy.com/.CANCELLED GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. 889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City CounCode Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. City Council Meeting: 1:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. 703-1704. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 meetings open to the pubnotice. For info., call City Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: of the month at 12:00 noon, at the cheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-8895305. CLOSED FOR THE 4th!Balling For Jesus: at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand Outreach, a noning travel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation.org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, email City Council Meeting: 8:00 p.m. City Council Cham

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 15B EDITH W. WRIGHT, 91, Apopka, died Tuesday, November 6. Mrs. Wright worked in counseling. She was born in Cairo, Georgia. Survivor: daughter, Frankie D. Wright, Apopka. TERRY DUNHAM, 72, Apopka, died Friday, November 2. Mr. Dunham was retired from General Motors. He was born in Howell, Michigan. After retirement in Central Florida, he worked for Engineering Analysis as a product-liability investigator. He was considered the expert on Buicks and wrote the 600-page book The Buick: A Complete History. Survivors: wife, Jeanne; daughters, Terrilyn Hauneby, Orlando, Traci Garde, Atlanta, Ga.; four grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Apopka. JOHN WILLIAM DAVIS JR., 85, Apopka, died Thursday, November 8. Mr. Davis was a lineman with the Orlando Utilities Commission for 27 years. Born in Murphy, North Carolina, he moved to Central Florida in 1949. He was an Army veteran and member of the Moose Club. He was Baptist. Survivors: daughters, Terri Blakesee, Janet Roberson; sons, John C., Lee A. and Brad Naylor; 11 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Apopka.Obituaries See OBITUARIES Page 16BApopkans invited to Thanksgiving feast The First Baptist Church of Apopka will hold their 29th annual community Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at 441 S. Highland Avenue, Apopka. In the past we have fed 500-700 each year including homeless and needy families, elderly individuals who are unable to leave their homes, several group homes, senior citient homes and couples who do said Sally Newman, Thanksgiving coordinator. We will be serving a free, fully homeThe meal is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Apopka and is open to the public. For more information, call 407-886-2628 or email fbc@ fbcapopka.net. The Zellwood United Methodist Church Fall Harvest Festival will hold a special Thanksgiving service and potluck on Sunday, November 18. The service begins at 10 a.m. the potluck dinner follows, See CHURCH Page 16B Add Your Church To Our List. Call 407-886-2777 Your Ad Here! Call Today! 407-886-2777 AME St. Paul AME 407-889-4464 Apostolic Apostolic Church of Jesus 407-886-2556 Assembly of God Apopka Assembly of God 407-886-2806 Markham Woods Assembly of God 407-774-0777 Baptist Apopka First Baptist 407-886-2628 First Antioch Missionary Baptist Church 407-963-5398 First Baptist Church of Mount Dora 352-383-4179 First Baptist Church of Sanlando Springs 407-788-6801 First Baptist Sorrento 352-383-2241 First Baptist Church of Sweetwater 407-862-3893 First Baptist Church of Tangerine 352-383-7920 First Baptist Church of Zellwood 407-889-0509 Forest Avenue Baptist Church 407-886-4374 Fountain of Life Baptist Church of Apopka, Inc. 407-814-8322 Hope Baptist Church 407-886-6980 Lockhart Baptist Church 407-295-1133 Magnolia Baptist Church 407-880-4575 Northside Baptist Church 407-884-4443 The Church of Oak Level 407-656-1523 Pleasant View Baptist Church 407-886-6717 Riverside Baptist Church 407-295-3850 Rosemont Baptist Church 407-299-8885 Springs Community Baptist Church 407-889-2240 St. Lukes Full Gospel Baptist Church 352-735-9199 Trinity Baptist Church 407-886-2966 Unity Missionary Baptist Church 407-814-9111 Wekiwa Springs Baptist Church 407-886-7864 Bible Bear Lake Bible Chapel 407-563-3931 2395 Apopka Boulevard Suite 200, Apopka 407-886-2626 Aint No Smelly with Shelle y sShelle y s Septic Tanks104 E. Ponkan Rd. Apopka, FL 32712Barbara Shelle y Vice PresidentDay or Night (407) 889-8042 Lake Co. Residents ( 352 ) 383-5775 Commercial & Residential Garage Doors & Openers www .jbmathews.com 407-656-1289 YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS 175 E. MAIN ST. APOPKA Peace of Harmony Holiness ChurchPastor Watt Jones, Jr.321-558-6733750 S. OBT, Ste. 126, Orlando, FL 32805www.cdbaby.com/cd/elderwatt GENERAL REPAIR SERVICEBuilding & A/C Maintenance Remodels & Renovations Appliance & A/C Repairs Electrical ServiceCall for all your repair needs!(407) 774-2300 grs5750@yahoo.com 174 Semoran Commerce Pl., Ste. 121 407-886-9500For all y our pr inting needs Shren Y eager 49A East 3rd Street, Apopka 407-880-3167 Like a good neighbor State Farm is ther e. Apopka Aluminum & Screen Inc.Glass Rooms, Screen Rooms, Room Additions, Carports Concrete W ork, Pool Enclosures 15140 U.S. Highway 441 Eustis 352-343-2400 Vann Ganna wa y Che vr olet500 E. Altamonte Dr ., Suite 200 Altamonte Springs 407-260-0440 T ricia A. Madden, P .A.Free Consultation No Reco very W AL-MAR T 1700 S. Orange Blossom T r. Apopka407-889-8668 Tom s Forklift Service s ax: 407-886-9555 1000 Ocoee Apopka Rd., Apopka Tom Bo PROOF APPROV AL 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 ADVER TISER: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.The Center of Faith Chur ch, Inc. A F amily MinistryServices:Sun. 10 a.m., Sun. 6 p.m. Thurs., 7:30 p.m.James Hicks, Pastor ApopkaPh. 407-886-3434 Wholesale Hermann Engelmann Greenhouses, Inc.RF0066455232 W Michael Gladden Blvd. Apopka, Florida 32703 Attend your place of worship this weekMAR VIN C. ZANDERS FUNERAL HOME407-886-3388 Hwy 436/441 Way of Grace Ministries The F amily PlaceService Times Sunday 10 am & 6 p m Wednesday 7 pm 8550 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd., Apopka Daniel W. Mattox, P astor 407-292-9998 3122 Laughlin Road Zellwood Celebrating 50 years Apopka Auto Upholstery48 W. 4th Street, Apopka(behind Advance Discount Auto)In business 35 yearsCharlene & Paul Fitzgerald, Owners APOPKA OFFICE SUPPLY407-889-4455400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712A O S One Accord Christian ChurchSunday Service 11:15 Wed 7:00 PMUniting all Nations for Christ7301 Edgewater Drive Orl 32810 407-523-3002 Carmen Hernandez Sales Representative Ray Morrison President Products18040 US Hwy. 441 Mount Dora Celebrating 40 Years of ServicePediatric Care: 618 S. Forest Ave. Family & OB Care: 225 E. 7th St. Dental Care: 210 E. 7th St. Bryan Nelson 10 N. Park Ave., Apopka Quality Service at reasonable prices from a family that cares! 420 W. Main St., Apopka James R. Loomis, Funeral Director 407-880-1007 Stephen R. Lareau Serving Apopka Since 1980 Fuel Service-Oil-Kerosene Diesel-Lubrication Oil 1100 S. Hwy. 441 (PO Box 987) Specializing in Submersible & Turbine Pumps Apopka Well & Pump, Inc. Apopka: 407-886-1273 Lake County: 352-483-0779 All Seasons Pest Control435 W. Main Street Apopka, FL 32712 1140 E. SR 436, Ste 1028, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 407-339-0770 www.longschristian.comWhy should you advertise your product or service here?Newspaper readers are ACTIVE CONSUMERS!As a group they have tremendous buying power.When you advertise in this section you get the best of both worlds: low-cost ads AND targeted advertising!Maximize your marketing dollars by FOCUSING your advertising campaign on a concentrated market! FL Lic # HHA21293096Focus your advertising. Your Ad Here! Call Today! 407-886-2777Add Your Church To Our List. Call 407-886-2777Catholic St. Francis of Assisi 407-886-4602 St. Marys (Protectress) Ukrainian Charismatic Episcopal Ascension Church, CEC 407-880-9555 Christian Christ Centered Christian Church 321-331-0036 Journey Christian Church 407-884-7223 Round Lake Christian Church 352-735-LOVE Christian Science Christian Science Church 407-389-4200 Church of Christ Apopka Church of Christ 407-889-2636 Church of Christ of Plymouth 407-886-1466 Church of Christ of West Orange 407-656-2770 Tri-City Church of Christ 407-920-1757 10th Street Church of Christ 407-884-4835 Church of God Church of God of Prophecy 407-814-7170 Church of God of Zellwood 407-886-3074 Church of God Templo Victoria 407-889-0555 Grace Street Church of God 407-298-9188 Park Avenue Worship Center 407-886-2696 Sorrento Church of God 352-735-4245 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Apopka Ward 407-880-9877 Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit 407-886-1740 Faith and Word Word of Life 407-886-7427 Full Gospel Millenium of Glory 407-814-0041 New Covenant Perfecting Ministries 407-880-8898 Holiness St. Matthew Holiness 407-889-2274 Independent True Temple of God 407-880-8181 Interdenominational New Vision Community Church 407-886-3619 Northwest Community Church 407-578-2088 One Accord Christian Fellowship Church 407-523-3002 Jewish Congregation of Reform Judaism 407-645-0444 Lutheran St. Paul Lutheran 407-889-2634 Methodist First United Methodist 407-886-3421 Bear Lake United Methodist 407-862-1531 Zellwood United Methodist 407-889-4426 Moravian Rolling Hills Moravian Church 407-332-8380 Nazarene Calvary Church of 407-889-2148 Non-Denominational Center of Faith Church for All People 407-464-9375 Church on the Edge 407-869-1133 Dayspring Community Church 407-814-4996 Everlasting Covenant Christian Center 407-884-8598 Compass Community Church 407-880-6110 Faithworld Center 407-292-8888 Freedom Fellowship 407-299-6311 Freedom Ministries 407-886-6006 Grace Gospel Church 321-438-4554 Happy Hill Ministries 407-889-0583 The City of Destiny 407-298-5770 New Life Praise Worship Center 407-880-3421 New Beginning Worship Center 352-455-9173 Rejoice in the Lord Ministries 407-814-7643 Sabbath Grace Fellowship 407-970-6535 Sorrento Christian Center 352-735-4447 Spirit of Life Christian Church 407-886-4570 Tangerine Community Church 352-383-4173 The Shabach Church 407-445-1230 Victory Church World Outreach Center 407-889-7288 Pentecostal Church in the Son 407-246-0001 House of God 407-886-7492 Prince of Peace Pentecostal Missionary Church, Inc. 407-889-9269 The Pentecostals 407-889-3802 Way of Grace Ministries 407-292-9998 Presbyterian First Presbyterian of Apopka 407-886-5943 Reformed Church in America Rolling Hills Community Church 407-886-7664 Seventh-day Adventists Apopka Seventh-day Adventist 407-889-2812 Forest Lake 407-869-0680 Franco-Haitian 407-296-4368 Genesis Spanish 321-436-6551 Maranatha Seventh-day Adventist 407-290-1800 Mount Olive 407-886-0430 Orlando Filipino Seventh-day Adventist 407-292-9210 Pine Hills 407-291-4816 Plymouth-Sorrento 407-884-0595 Unity Unity Church of Christianity 407-295-9181If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14 AM 950 WTLN Life Changing Radio (See message above.) (See message below above church list.) Saying Grace Saying Grace For everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving, for it is made holy by the word of God and prayer. 1 Timothy 4:4-5 The act of saying grace before meals is common to most cultures, and has its roots in antiquity. The common Catholic grace which runs Bless us, O Lord, and these thy gifts, which we are about to receive, from thy bounty, through Christ our Lord, Amen is found in the Gelasian Sacramentary, a Catholic service book which dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. An even simpler grace is the prayer which runs Lord, bless this food to our use and us to Thy service, and make us ever mindful of the needs of others. If you grew up saying grace before each meal, as I did, you may have become deaf to the meaning of the words. We are often struck most when we hear a prayer or a poem for the rst time. When I recently heard an even simpler version of the above prayer, i.e., Bless this food to our use and us to thy service, I was moved by its simplicity. Growing up Catholic, however, and hearing the Catholic grace every single day of my life, I grew numb to that prayers many facets and deeper meaning. Only recently did I nd renewed meaning in the prayer, when I realized that the relatively short prayer contains three separate prayers, a prayer of petition (Bless us, O Lord), a prayer of Thanks (implicit in the words gifts and bounty), and a prayer of exaltation (through Christ our Lord). There are many ways to say Grace, and perhaps the simplest way is to bow your head and thank God for His goodness. Christopher Simon (See message above.) (See message below above church list.) Saying GraceSaying GraceFor everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving, for it is made holy by the word of God and prayer. 1 Timothy 4:4-5 The act of saying grace before meals is common to most cultures, and has its roots in antiquity. The common Catholic grace which runs Bless us, O Lord, and these thy gifts, which we are about to receive, from thy bounty, through Christ our Lord, Amen is found in the Gelasian Sacramentary, a Catholic service book which dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. An even simpler grace is the prayer which runs Lord, bless this food to our use and us to Thy service, and make us ever mindful of the needs of others. If you grew up saying grace before each meal, as I did, you may have become deaf to the meaning of the words. We are often struck most when we hear a prayer or a poem for the rst time. When I recently heard an even simpler version of the above prayer, i.e., Bless this food to our use and us to thy service, I was moved by its simplicity. Growing up Catholic, however, and hearing the Catholic grace every single day of my life, I grew numb to that prayers many facets and deeper meaning. Only recently did I nd renewed meaning in the prayer, when I realized that the relatively short prayer contains three separate prayers, a prayer of petition (Bless us, O Lord), a prayer of Thanks (implicit in the words gifts and bounty), and a prayer of exaltation (through Christ our Lord). There are many ways to say Grace, and perhaps the simplest way is to bow your head and thank God for His goodness. Christopher Simon LOOMIS Funeral Home(l-r) Steven Loomis, James R. Loomis and James "Bob" Loomis420 W. Main St., Apopka407-880-1007When considering pre-need or at-need arrangements, call for lowest price quote.Family Owned & Operated Do you have church news you would like us to publicize? Use Our Online Forms www.theapopkachief.comCall The Apopka Chief at 407-886-2777, fax 407-889-4121, or email news@theapopkachief.com

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rfntbn tbbt f frr f f rf fnt b bb b b b b b b bbb bb b b rffnt n rrn b bb b b b b b f b b b b b b r r rr r r r r rr r r bnb nt r r r r r b r b b r f r r r r r r rf n n t b b r n tt b r b n b n t b t n tf n b b t n r b tn b b b r r r r r n b n n t bb b r b b b r r r r b b r tt rr b r b b r r tn t n rn f n b b t b t rbb r r b rr b r r b n t n bb b r r fn n tt n b n t t t r t n tt nb n fr t tt n t r tr t n nr n tt n t n r r t nb n fn t n tt nb n r n r trt n r rf r fnftbr f f n f f n n f n r rf rf f nr n n n rf r n r n n t n t n r r r n n r r n r r n tr n f r tt rr r f ttt t nntn rfnftt bt t rt t r rr r rfn nt f bf f n t bt tr fn nt n fr t t n tn tn t f tn btf r n fn f f b f n fnr n t t f f f tn t tn r nt n rn f rn t fr t nn t f ft trt fn f t n f t ff n tt r tn fr rn tn rf bf n ntn r r b t t t n nb n t t t t t t r fr n fn fnt bfft ff ftt tff fttt fft nnt rtfn ttf ftb b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b b bb bb b b b b b b b b bb b b b rtf nffnf nfb r f ntbt bb nnn f r n n r f n n r n r n r r fntb nn r r fntb n r f ntfn nn r f ntfn n r t nn r t n r nn fntb nn r nn fntb t t t f tf r n n r n r n n b r f n n r f r n n n t t t t r nnbbbb bt f t n f t n t n t t t r t nt fn t r t rr f r ttbt tt rfntt bb rt r r f n t btn b r r n t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n r t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t t t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn r f ntb r n nn rn nn rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b t r f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb br n bnbn r b n n nf b b tr n bb bn nftbbt nb n n n n rn 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 tr n n bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r n bn br n fbnrb tbbb r f ntb n n r f n n r n 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 nrfbb brn bnb n r b n n nfbtrn b nnf tbbt nb n n f r rn b 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 tr n n bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r n bn br n fbnrb tbbb b r f ntb b f nnn f n n r f nt tb tb t t b n b f tf f f f f f f b fn bbbt t n tb nt b ttb tb t t b b tb b tb t b tb b n t t t t b t t t tb tb n bt n n n n b tb t b t n t n t t b ttb n tb b n tb b ntb tb t n b n t f tt b tbb t ff r t t b n t t n b tb t tb b t t b n b t b t b n b tb ttb t bt n bt tb tb b n tb b tb t t t t n tttb t b b n b tb n n n tttb ntb t t ntb t t nntn f t r f ntbb r rr rfntb tt r rntb rf f r nf n n n n r n b r b n r f r n n nn n n f n r n r f r tt t t t ntn t t n r rf rf n f rtt ffr f r f t r r r rf n tb bt ff bb n t tbbb r ff ntbbb nb r f r fb fr b f f r r r f r r r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f t b b r r t t n t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r n r ff ntbbb b b f r b f f r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f n b b t r r r t t n t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r n r ff ntbbb b r b r r b b r r f r b f f r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f b b r r t t n t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r t r ff ntbbb ttb r r r f f rb r b r f r b f f r rr f nrtt brt f r rr r r r r f r r r r f n f b b r r t t t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntbbb nb b f b r r f r rf b f r b f f r f b b f r r b r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f f b b b b nnn r r t t n t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r rfntbb tttnbt f f f f rr rf n r tbfr f n tn n r ntbn rf f bf r f ntbbtttnbt n nf n bf rf n rf nf tnbr bf f b rbfb rf r frf n br r f rf nf n n b n b rf b n r r rf nf nn nrf rn nn r nf nnbf b n r n bf rb tbfrfnb r r r n r r r r r f b n b nr r r n nn nt 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 n bf nr nf tnbr rbbf tnbrrn brrbr bfr n nfrrbr rbfr n rrfr f nrfnr r rt nf r bnrb bnntbn b r fntb f f r r fr r ff rrf n f trbbf f rb n b n n r f f n n f n f t b f f rb n r nr f n f nr n f t t f f t f t t tt f f n f n f f bnf fn n nb f nn n f n nb nn n f n f trbbf f rb n b n nr f f n n f n n n fnf nfnf nn r f f f r r tr r r r nr f f n f f n f fnbbnfn n n ff n nr f f n n n nr n nn n f ff f nf bfn f nr nrnr f fn nf f n n f n nr n nrb nr f f n n bf f ff n rnr n f n nb ffrfr nffn t t f r tr fnnf n nf rnf trtbt t r f ntbb b r rr nnn f r r rr 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 t t n n t t t t tt b t t t t t 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 tr n n bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r n bn br n fbnrb tbbb b

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r fntbt bbt n f f fr r fr r f f n rffn ft b rffn ft f n n n bb b f b bbr f r r r r nbb r r tbtr b t r r t n nfrt ffrff t n r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r nf n trtbt b r fntbt bbtb nt f f fr r rr f f n f rfntbt ff rfntbt f t f t n t tr r r b b r r r nbb r r tbtr fb f b ft ffnr r tb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r bb fn n trtbt r fntbt bbb n f f fr r ff rr f f n ff r r f fnf tbbnf f f n bf b f f n r f r f nb t f bf bfr n n bf r nr nb r f n n r n bf bf f t tf fbnf n bf n br r r b b r r nf b n f f f n f n fnf nf f b nbb f r r tbtr nf n n t n n f f f btb f nr n r f fn f t tf n f nf f t bf n n f n nf f n bff tbn f f ttn r f r n fnr n b bf f nrn r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f f fr r rr f f n ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf f b b f f b f f f t tr r r b b r r nbb r r tbtr frr r frr r br bff nftn f f fb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r fbr ffr n trtbt r fntbb tbnt f f f r f r f f ff r r r r r ffr r f f ff t f rtt f r f n t bf t t f f t r b n t t bt br f r n t b n r n n f tb nbbr f f r r b nbn r r f r f r bbtt r r ntbnr nf r f f n f r t r n t n r r f n r r f r bt b t t bb b b br f bt r r r r r r r n r f btr r ntb t ntr r rbb b b bnrntbn b r fntbt bb n f f fr r r r f f n f b f rbbt f r f n t bf t f f t r b n t t bt br f r n t b n r n n f r f r r r r f r f r nbb r r tbtr nf r f f n f r t r n t n r r f n r r f r bt b t t bb b b br f bt r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r b bb n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f f fr r rr f f n ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf f b b f f b f f f r r r b b r r nbb r r tbtr frr r frr r br bff nftn f f fb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r fbr ffr n trtbt r fntbt bb n f f fr r r r f f n f r r r f fnf tbbnf f f n b f b f f n f nb t f bf bf n n bf n nb f n rn n bf bf f t tf fbnf nbfn b r f r r r r nf b n f f f n f n fnf nf f b nbb f r tr tbtr nf n n t n n f f f btb f n n f fn f t tf n f nf f t bf n n f n nf f n bff tbn f f ttn f n fn r n b bf f nn r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r r n trtbt r fntbt bbtt n f f fr r frfr r f f n t r bbb f r f n t b r b b f t b b b f f t b t f t t bt br r r b b r r f f nbb r tr tbtr rt f r t r f r b f t b t f f r r t f r f f b b b f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f f fr r f rr f f n f r ff nttn b r ff nttn b f n tt tt t r ff r r t bb r r nbb r r tbtr r tt r tt n r t t t ntt r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r ftt n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f f fr r rr f f n f rfnt r ff rfnt r f bb b b b b b b f b f tt b b r b rbf rb f f r r ttr ttf b f rb r rb b b bb rb r r r b b r r b b b b b bb b b nbb b r r tbtr b b b b b f f b b b b b b b b b b b bb b b r nftt b nftt bf t bt b t ftnt r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n n trtbt r fntbt bbtt n f f fr r frfr r f f n f rf f rf f f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b nt b nt n n b fb n b b f nt f b b fb n n nt n nbn bnb t r r r b b r r bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbn bn nt t nbb nt r tr tbtr bn b b b b n n nt nt b b nt ntb nt n b nt bn nt n b b nt b bn nt b nn b n n rt b t f r nt f b nb ff fr fb n nf fbb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r f ff n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f f fr r rr f f n b frb f r f n t b r b b f t b b b f f t b t f t t t r f f r r t r r f f nbb r tr tbtr rt f r t r f r b f t b t f f r r t f r f f b b b f b r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt btt n f f fr r fr r f f n f rff f rff f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b nt b nt n n b b n b b f nt b b b n n nt n nbn bnb btr f r r r r bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbn bn nt t nbb nt r tr tbtr bn b b b b n n nt nt b b nt ntb nt n b nt bn nt n b b nt b bn nt b nn b n n t b t nt b nb b n n r bb r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r r b n trtbt r fntbt bb n f f fr r rr f f n rf rf f nt bt n t n t n t b n r r t t r t r rt r n t t t r r r n b b t t r t b r f r r r r t t n nn t tn t t n n nbb n r r tbtr t t t b t t n b n t t n nt n b b t n t n b t t n t t n t bt n bbt rn n t t t tt r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt btt n f f fr r frr f f n rfntb f f f nt f f f ntnt f f tr f r r r r r nbb r tr tbtr f f n nfnt nfnt f nntnbt r nn nn r t fn r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r ttnttt n trtbt t r fntbt b n f f fr r ffr r f f n ff rff f rff f ntbn bn n nt b n n nt b ff nt b nt n n b b n b b ff nt b b b n n nt n nbn bnb br f r r tb r r bn b n nt ttn b n bt nbn bn nt t nbb nt r tr tbtr bn b b b b n n nt nt b b nt ntb nt n b nt bn nt n b b nt b bn nt b nn b n n t b t ff nt ff b nb r fb nf n f bbff r r r r r r r t r f br r b tbr r r n trtbt r ff ntb r f r f n t bn bbnt r f r f ntbbrtbt r r ff r f r f r f rr r f rf rf f rf r r r n nn r t rr r f ntbn n btfr t tb f r n f nbt ntb t nt n btt b bnttbb r bbn

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rfnntftb r r r r fbf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf fbt rfnntftb r r r r ftf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tntn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr fbtf ff rffnfftbb r r r r bf rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b nn n t fnn nf r r f f ttntt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r fn bn n ffr fnf ftbb rfnnttbt r r r r r rr rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf fbt rffnnfttb b r r r r bt rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b bbt ftf f fnn ntf r r f f ttnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r fn bn tn ffr ftnf fb r f ntb n rtt nn rr nn r tt f n rrn fn n rnn t rf ntb n t tn t ntn r br n n r n t t n t r n r n t r r ntt r t r f t n f t r nrt t n n b t b t t r nr t n n t r nnn n b f b bb b b b b b b f r n n t t b br n t nr rn n bb b rb bb trb bf tb rfnnttbb b r r r r r rrrrr r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r ft bt nt n ffr ftf fbf rfnnttbb r r r r r fft rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t bnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttbbt r r r r r r r ft rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ftf f rfnn ttbt r r r r fff rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f n n n n btt n n b ftt tf n n n n r f f f tnnrn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt n n r r ft t nt n n ffr b ftf fbt rfnnttb b r r r r r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf f rf ntb n n nn n n n rr n nn n t t t t r ffrfrnrtr b r f rnrtr f r rf f rf r f f rf ffrr tff rnrtr f f fff rff f f r r f r r f r f rf f r f ff frff bb r r ff f r f tr f f f r rf r t t t r t t t t t t tt t t t t ff f n t ffr f r r f f f ff tfr ffrf r r f nr rf r r rf tf f r frf f f f tr f f f f r rf r f f r t f fn ftf f t f frf f r f ff frf r frfr f r b fn b bb ffn fnf t rfnnttbf r r r r r b r r r r r r rr rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt bt n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tb nt b n b bffr ftf ff rfnntftbff r r r r r fbfb rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrtt f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttfbb r r r r tbt b r r ffbt rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n tt t n n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnntrr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r b r bft t nt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttb r r r r r r n rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b n n n n ffb n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r r ft t nt n ffr ftf fbff rffnftfb t r r r r b rf nt f ttbnn f f f f f b bb ff ffb fnn nf r r f f ttntrtr f f n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r bt r tfn bn n ffr fnf fb

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rfntt bb r r f n t btn b n t t tn t t r f t r tr f b n r n t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt bb r rr r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t t r f t r tr f b n rn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r f n t btn b r r n t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n r nn t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t t t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t r t f t r tr f b n r t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t t t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbb rt r r f n t btn b n t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n r t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t t t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b rt rt rt r f n t btn b r r r n t t tn t t r f t r tr f b n rnn t t t t t nnn nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb t r r f n t btn b r n t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n r t t t t t nnn nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t t r f t r tr f b n rn t t t t t nn nt nfbb r nb f t t t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r tr f b n r t t t t t nnn nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r r f n t btn b r n r t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n rn t t t t t nnn nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r tr f b n rn t t t t t nnn nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bbb rr r f n t btn b r n t t tn t r t f t r tr f b n rn t t t t t nn nt nfbb r nb f t t t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt b r rr r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r tr f b n rn t t t t t nnn nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t t r f t r tr f b n r t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbnb r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t r t f t r tr f b n rbn t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn

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r ff nttbn f r f r r f r f f r rr f r r r n rr f nrtt brt f r br r r r r f r r r r f r n r r t t tntn t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf n t t nt r nntn bt rfntt b t r f n t btn b r r r n t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n r n t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn r ff ntbbb b r b r r b f b b b b fr b f f r b b f r r b r rr f nrtt brt f r r r r r f r r r r f b b r r t t n t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntb bn r r f b f f fr f f r f f r r r b rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f f r r t t nbb t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf nb n tb r bbb r ff ntbbb nb r f r fb fr b f f r b f r r b r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f r b b r r t t n t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntbbb nb b b f b rb b fb f b r r rrb f b r r b r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f r rb b b n f r r t t n t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r rfntt bn r f n t btn b r n r t t tn t t f t r t r f b n r nn t t t t bb n 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 f n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r tr f b n r t t t t t n nfbb r nb f t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn r ff ntbb tbn fr f f r b n rr f nrtt brt f r r r r r f r r r r f f bt r r t t ntbn t rr t tr t fff f t r t tf n bt t nt bb r bnntbn bt r ff ntb r r f r f n t bn bbnt r f r f ntbbrtbtn r r ff r f r f r f rr rf f rf rf f rf r r n bn r t rr r b f ntbn n btfr t tb f r n f nbt ntb t nt n btt b bnttbbb r bbn r fntb b fr r ff ff ff ff ff b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f fr f rr fr nt br n tr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r tr f f nr f nr r f r f n tr f r f n 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 fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f r f fff f r ffr fr nb r f r r r n t br f f f r f f f ff f r rt brbb nt rfntt bnn rr r f n t btn b n t t tn t r t f t r tr f b n r t t t t t n tn nfbb r nb f t t t t t t f b b b b n n n n t r n b n tn n ntt t bf t n t t t t b t f r t n t r b f b t r t t t b t f n n n b b n t t n r b b tnb t t bfttt nnbn rf ntbb tt fr b t f f r f n t nb n b b b t fb b b n b t n b f b n b b n f n n n b b f n n ft r n n n n b t t t n t b t n b r n n b n fb b n b b bb r f ntb b n nn nn n 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 bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b n b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb br n bnbn r b n n nf b tr n b n nftbbt nb r bb 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 tr n n bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r n bn br n fbnrb tbbb b r f ntbb r rr nnn f r r rr fn fn fn rfntb b r t ntr b r n r n n r f r tt t t t ntn t t b bn b fr n bt ft rtt bb btbbt b ft b b t t t t b tbbb rf rff f nt btn tbf f fb f n fftb bf tbff f bf f ffbbff f f n f f n nn fnf ntnn nt n ntn nn n n nnn n b n n f n f n b nt f fnn b n nn ftbff ff b bf b ff f bf tbff bf ffbtbtb bbfb t rfntb rfntbf tbnbf f bf rtbftt rfn bbrtf bf n bf rf nf bf b nb b fft n btn tb f b b btbf nnbft nb nf ttnb nb bt n rtfntfn rbtb rbn tt

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rfnttb 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 bb nbn t t 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 f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn n rfnttb 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 rn t t t bb nbn t t 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 f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn n rfnttbb 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 bb nbn t t 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 f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn n rfnttbb 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 bb nbn t t 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 f n n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn n r f ntb ff f r f r rf 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 f tf f 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 r r r r f r f rf n r f f f r f t f f f f t bf n t bt r r f r r r f r n n f r f ntb ff f r f 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 f tf f 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 r r r r f r f rf n r f f f r f t f f f f t bf n t bt r r f r r r f r n n f r ff ntb n t bn bbnt r f r f nttbrtt r r ff r f r fr f r r b n bbb f r t rr r f ntn nb tfr t t f r n f nt nt t nt n tt b nttnn r bbn rfnttb b f rrt 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 rnbb t t t bb nbn t t 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 f n f n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn n rfnttbn f 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 rb t t t bb nbn t t 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 f n f n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn n rfntt bnn r r r f n t btn b n t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rnn t t t t bb n 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 n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nbn n r fntbt f ff r r r r ff fr n f f f r fr n tb f rr r b b r f r brr rr tr f f r br r f r b b r b r rttt r b b r r r r n br r r fr f r r r rr r fbr r f f n frf n fnft n bfr r r r frr b rr rr bb rbbf rtbt t rfntt bbn t r f n t btn b n t r t tn t t f t r t r f b n rnb t t t t bb n 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 n n n b b n t t t n r b b t nb t t bfttt nbn n rfnttbn f r r r rt r 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 rnb t t t bb nbn t t 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 f n f n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn n rfnttbn f r r r rt r 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 rnbbn t t t bb nbn t t 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 f n f n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn nb rfnttbbn b f r t r fr f ntb r f f r r f r fr n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnb t t t bb nbn t t 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 f n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn nn rfnttbb f rrr 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 rnb t t t bb nbn t t 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 f n f n nf ff ff n r b b tnb t f nbn nn

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r ff ntbbb nb f fr b f f r r r f r f f r r r rr f nrtt brt f r nt r r r r f r r r r f f b n r r t t t rr t tr t t fff f f r t tf b n n tb b r f rn tbn ntn tt t t ft t t tt f tt tr ttr r n r r b b b tr n b b f b r t bb bbr nt n n t t rfrntb b n rnf tn rtb 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 rtf f n rtf fbnbf tbfn btbtntt f t nt rft nb tbf nf ttr nbt t nt bnt n 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 f n f b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtb b b n r t r f r t t r f r t f r n bf bf t f r r 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 fn nf bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn rn br rfntt bbb r r f n t btn b r n t t tn t r t f t r tr f b n rbn t t t t t nn nt nfbb r nb f t 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The Apopka ChiefNovember 16, 2012, Page 1B See the story at the top left of the page about Ty Parker stepping down as the head football coach at Wekiva High School. He leaves after a disappointing 1-9 season this year and an 1843 overall record. Parker began the Wekiva program when the school opened. An immediate search has already begun to replace him, while Parker is weighing his future options. Q. Where will the Apopka Blue Darters play in the Apopkas 13th straight playoff appearance. University won the District 8A-3 title, while Apopka was the runner-up in District 8A-4.SportsBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff T y Parker, the only head football coach in Wekiva High Schools six years of existence, resigned Monday, November 12, after a 1-9 season. The schools principal, Dr. Elise Gruber, and athletic director, Lamarr Glenn, began an immediate search this week and, as of Wednesday, November 14, Glenn had received about 20 resumes for the position, some from Orange County, he said. Parker acknowledged the bad season va, but said, When your boss asks for your resignation, you give it. It was mutually agreed upon, Gruber said. Coach Parker was disappointed not to have the success he wanted or we wanted. It was an act of grace and further indication of his commitment to our program that he did resign. Leadership is knowing what your strengths and weaknesses are. I have the utmost respect for Ty Parker and his integrity and his willingness to take on the challenges of starting a program. I appreciate everything thats happened here, Parker said. We put a foundation down, I believe. I appreciate Elise giving me an opportunity where most people wouldnt. Gruber and Glenn will accept resumes from potential coaches through November 30. After that, Glenn will go over the resumes, checking references and backgrounds, and then By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff round playoff opponents Apopka (8-2) may have considered earlier in the season, the University Cougars (7-3) probably were not one of them. But, thanks to a 40-26 victory over Timber Creek, the Cougars are the District 8A-3 champs and will host the Blue Darters today, Friday, November 16, in a Kickof f is set for 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 per person, as set by the Florida High School Athletic Association. University has a $3 parking fee, said UHS athletic director Janet Wolbert. Those with exact change may purchase game tickets at the far right of the ticket booth in order to speed up the process, she said. Apopka fans should go to the visitors side of the stadium by moving to the right and around past the scoreboard after entering the stadium. It was a surprise when University beat Timber Creek, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. That right away tells you they must be pretty good. dable opponent. They look big and physical. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staf f The preseason exists and most teams like to play exhibition games before the regular season for a very good reason. When Lake Brantley met Wekiva at Mustang gymnasium as a part of the Wekiva Tip-Off Classic Tuesday, November 15, it was obvious the teams had played this season. For three quarters, the two teams put together short stretches of forcing their strengths on the other to produce smooth, productive play. But there was also just as much choppy, inaccurate and imprecise play from the two teams. In the end though, it was the Mustangs who found the formula to make enough consecutive plays when the time for the game to be decided had come, to secure the 5744 victory. What we take out from this game is we found a way to gain the lead, Wekiva coach Scott Williams said. We then increased it and closed out the game when the critical moment came. And we did it with different players. It wasnt just one or two players. That shows maturity. We got some big rebounds and Due to a change in schedule, the Apopka Recreation Departments annual Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run and Walk Saturday, December 1, beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Jason Dwelley Parkway, Apopka. A free childrens run will begin at This is an un-timed, un-scored fun run, said Lorena Potter, Parks and Recreation Department manager. There will be a toy collection to will receive a commemorative Reindeer Run tshirt. In the spirit of holiday merriment, the eight fastest male and female reindeer (runners) will clock for your time. The cost to pre-register is $15 plus a new, ticipants may pre-register at the Northwest Recreation Complex Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m.5 p.m.; at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Avenue, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; or online at www.apopka.net. Participants may also register on the day of the event for $20 plus a toy. Students, age 11 and older, may register for $10. Come run or walk for a great cause and make a difference in the life of a child this holiday season, Potter said. For safety reasons, baby joggers/strollers, bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates and dogs will be prohibited from the racecourse. The use of headphones is discouraged. For more information, call 407-703-1784 or visit www.apopka.net. By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff During Apopkas winning streak, its been the offense that has propelled the Blue Darters to the forefront. The defense a pair of shutouts, but it was the offense that had everyones attention, scoring more than 54 points a game during the streak. The tables were turned in against Palm Bay Bayside, as the Apopka defense gave up just one touchdown and that after an Apopka turnover en route to a 24-7 victory over the Bears Friday, November 9, on Senior Night at Roger Williams Field. The defense played great, Apopka coach Rick Darlington said. The Blue Darters were led by senior linebacker Garrett Spek, who had 11 total tackles. Defensive lineman Johnny Robinson contributed with nine tackles, while linebacker Billy Caughell and defensive back Rakeem Smith each had eight tackles for the Blue Darters. Of fensively, Apopka (82) didnt score at the same rate it had over the past six games, but still managed to control the clock, rushing for 267 yards. Daquon Isom was the star of the game for the Blue Darters, gaining 174 on 16 carries, scoring twice on runs of 51 yards runs of at least 11 yards. Im glad we could run (fullback) trap, Darlington said. It was good to see Isom have a good game. Bayside (4-6) moved the ball through the air, as their quarterbacks were a combined 27-of-46 for 252 yards, but only one score. Apopkas J.J. Simmons had an interception in the fourth quarter. The Bears gained only 62 yards on the ground on just 19 attempts, but even several of those runs were designed passing plays in which the Apopka defense forced the quarterback to scramble. The Blue Darters began the game passing the ball, but established the run as the game went on and went to it heavily in the second half after quarterback Zack Darlington was injured early in the third quarter. The Darters threw for 95 Although it wont count on the regular-season record, there was no lack of smiles from the Apopka High boys basketball team Tuesday, November 13, as the Blue Darters took an easy 65-39 victory over the Rockledge Raiders in Matt Rutas The game was played at Wekiva High School as part of the Mustangs two-day preseason event. In addition to Apopka, Wekiva, and Rockledge, Lake Brantley was part of the event. I was pleased with the effort, Ruta said. The (fast) pace is what we like. That pace included a lot of fast-break points for the Blue Darters who began the game on a 10-0 spurt and then grew a 28-16 lead to 50-16 with a 22-0 streak stretching from the second quarter to the third. We Who: Apopka Blue Darters (8-2 overall; Dist. 8A-4 runner-up) (7-3 overall; Dist. 8A-3 champion) When: Today, Fri., Nov. 16, 7:30 p.m. Where: University Why:Cost: $8 at the gate Parking: $3 per vehicle Radio: WBZW-1520AM, www.1520thebiz.com ParkerTy Parker resigns as Wekiva football coachApopka faces University as postseason begins See PLAYOFF sS Page 8B See pP ARKER Page 6B Defense leads the way as Blue Darters continue win streakApopka rips Rockledge, 65-39, in preseason basketball gameJohnny RR obinson leads the way as AA popka defenders corral Baysides KK ory Schick during the Blue Darters 24-7 victory. See D EFEEFE NS EE Page 6B Wekivas Nathan Powell is fouled by LL ake Brantleys John Mooney, as he drives for a lay-up during the Mustangs 5744 victory over the Patriots in the rst night of the preseason TipO O ff Classic hosted by Wekiva.Mustangs overcome Brantley in preseason contest See wW EKIVA Page 8B See D ARAR T ER ER S Page 8BReindeer 5k run/walk set for Dec. 1 AA popka coach Matt RR ut a talks to his players during a timeout in the rst half of the 65-39 victory.

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 3B Commenting about a man who just lost his job is not easy, but when its a man you respect, its even tougher. When Wekiva athletic director Lamarr Glenn sent out a press release early this week that Ty Parker would no longer be the head football coach for the Mustangs, it was the fulinevitable as Wekiva suffered through its 1-9 season. No, it wasnt just the one win in 10 games this season that caused the change, but this likely was going to be a watershed season and it wasnt a good one in any way, shape, or form for Parker and the Mustangs. he came to Apopka to be the defensive backs coach. He later became Apopkas defensive coordinator and then was the interim head coach for three games, including a playoff game. During that time as interim head coach, I saw Parker hold the Apopka High football program together. Ive written this before, but it bears repeating that his character and integrity were the glue that kept the Blue Darters from absolutely imploding. That month or so told me all I needed to know that Parker would be a successful head coach one day. No, it didnt work out on and the Mustangs, but I guarantee everything was done in the right manner. Ty Parker is like the rest of us in that hes human and makes plenty of mistakes, but hes a man of integrity and thats as high a compliment as I can give him. I understand why Principal Elise Gruber and Glenn decided to make the move. While acknowledging Parkers team needs more wins and that will likely come only with a change. But, I also know that Parker is a good football coach somewhere else. That will likely be as an assistant, but I am hoping it will be in our area, so that some youngsters in Central Florida will have ball knowledge, but his integrity. Could he land back at Apopka High? Sure, but that may or may not be the best for him. Time will tell, but I do know one thing: Ty Parker will do whats best for his family, including his wife, Melissa, and their 3-year-old daughter, Priyanna. I certainly wish him the best, both personally and professionally. Time for some hoops years, I will be covering Apopka High boys basketball. Its amazing how young even the coaches look these days, but thats pretty typical for me these days in any sport. coach in Matt Ruta and he brings plenty of energy to the team that is full of seniors. He has 10 12th graders on the rosson may be his best for a little while. Hes had success wherever hes been and I think hell be successful here long-term, but its going to take a lot of work from him and the players. The Darters are led by Joe Chealey, who signed this week with College of Charleston, you that the Blue Darters are much deeper than just him. preseason, a 65-39 victory over Rockledge, I was impressed by Deion Fields and Haleem Brown. Others also had good games, but those two guys had pretty solid nights. District 8A-3 is a tough one, but I am expecting not and-nail for a playoff berth, but the Wekiva Mustangs will be in the mix, too. Coach Scott Williams has had a solid program and is exseason behind Josh Filmore, a senior point guard, who signed with the Southeastern Louisiana Lions. The teams will meet December 5 at Wekiva and December 21 at Apopka. I am looking forward to both games. Through the years, the teams have played very competitive contests. Apopka at University This is normally the space where I write that I have never picked playoff games and that Im not going to start doing it this season. However, Ive changed my mind and decided to not only offer a pick for this game, but I am changing my method, as I will just pick a point spread and not a score. The game itself pits a team built on speed (Apopka) against one built on power (University). Through the years, the Cougars and Blue Darters have met just six times in football with Apopka winning all the games. Like most high school teams these days, the Cougars run out of the shotgun, but they dont run the spread offense. In fact, they run a lot of power with two tight ends and they even throw in an H-back sometimes, so its closer to the single wing than to the spread even though they run it from the shotgun. The Cougars are big and strong, but I dont think they can match Apopkas team speed. Dare I say it might be like a Big 10 team vs. an SEC team? We all know how that would end. And, I do think it will be like that. The biggest chance for University to win would be for its offense to control the ball and the clock. Long timeconsuming drives that end in points could lead to a University win. If Apopka turns the ball over and has numerous penalties, that will also aid Universitys cause. And that is a bigger cause for concern because the Blue Darters have shown a propensity to lay the ball on the ground and commit silly false start or defensive offsides penalties at times this season. If Apopka stays away from turnovers and penalties, playoff game since 2009. If not, it could be a close game. I really think the Blue Darters will dominate on the edge and in the passing game. A solid defensive effort must accompany that. If University running back Shadon Seabrook has a big game, it will be a bad night for Apopka. Seabrook will get some yards, but he wont run wild like he did against Timber Creek, as the Apopka defense continues to improve. Meanwhile, the Apopka offense will put up a goodly amount of points, utilizing its team speed to win. Apopka by 17 If a law enforcement agency charges you with a crime and this paper reports that information, please notify us within 90 days if the charge is later dropped or if you are found not guilty by the court. After verifying the information, we will be happy to publish it. Please send The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. In the October 26 edition of The Apopka Chief Duane K. Schutt, formerly of Apopka who now lives in North Carolina, was listed as being arrested for larceny. He was not the person arrested as another man In the period from November 5-11, the Apopka Police Department received 618 calls for assistance, responded to 12 crashes, issued 28 trafrests. Of these arrests, 12 were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with trespassing on school grounds, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, damage property-criminal mischief-$200 and under, disturbing peace-breach of peace, burglary unoccupied dwelling unor weapon. The following individuals were arrested and charged: William Mark Stephens, 54, 39 W. 3rd St., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Stephanie Bivens, 58, 219 Mountain Dr., Babson Park, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 2nd offense. Kila Filiatrault, 26, 2140 Wolf Ridge Ln., Mt. Dora, larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Emanuel L. Hernandez, 23, 308 Summerset Dr., Apopwithout violence, fraud impersonate-false ID given to law Danny Sidders, 43, 961 Counts Crest Cir., Apopka, battery-touch or strike. Nathan E. Starling, 27, 321 Blacktail Ct., Apopka, possession drugs-controlled substance without prescription, possession and/or use of drug equipment. Victoria Woodard, 22, 314 Rochelle Ave., Sanford, possession drug controlled substance without prescription. Charles Burke, 48, 1638 Route 9 South, Howell, N.J., larceny-petit theft 2nd degree 1st offense. Elmer Escalante, 27, 1142 Timberline Rd., Apopka, battery-touch or strike, resist oflence. Daniel Prouty, 67, 3700 Chuluota Rd., Orlando, driving or drugs. Ruben Dario Betancur, 22, 639 Fallen Oak Cv., Apopka, passport forged-alter bank bill note-check draft. Jalen Dixon, 18, 1845 Page Leigh Cir., Apopka, burglary unoccupied dwelling unarmed X 2. Christopher Negron, 20, 1201 Yvonne St., Apopka, fraud-illegal use of credit cards-use more than 2 times, fraud impersonate-use ID of 10-20 others without consent. Steven Dwayne Mort, 50, 103 Holderness Dr., Longwood, warrant X 2, possession marijuana not more than 20 grams, contempt of court-criminal contempt of court. Walther Bonilla, 26, 800 Georgia Ave., Apopka, operate vehicle without drivers license. Stephanie A. Riley, 43, 236 Nob Hill Cir., driving unor drugs, driving with license suspended 1st offense, driving with license expired. David J. Fallon, 29, 1165 S. Central Ave., Apopka, larceny-2nd degree 1st offense. Michael Anthony Brigham, 25, 718 Magnolia St., Apopka, larceny-grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. Matthew W. Smith, 23, 2715 Annandale Ave., Orlando, arm or weapon. Police Beat Updated 10/10/12 Piedmont-Wekiva Rd. Errol Estate entrance) Downtown 400 N. 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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 4B Blue Darters celebrate Senior Night with 24-7 victory over BaysideChandler Cox runs the ball for the Blue Darters as he played much of the second half at quarterback for the injured Zack Darlington. RR unning back Daquon II som had a big night for the Blue Darters, rushing for 174 yards and two touchdowns on just 16 carries. AA fter J.J. Simmons (l) stripped the ball from Baysides LL ucious Mc K K a y, he ran the ball back about 30 yards with the help of Garrett Spek (2) and R R ak eem Brown. During the Senior Night activities, offensive linemen KK elb y Bevelle (r) and KK aleb Bevelle were accompanied by their parents Willis and Ciaren Bevelle. Wekiva running back RR y an Watson nds some room in the EE vans defense during the nal game of the regular season. Defensive back Darien Cashe cant quite get to the pass, as EE vans wide receiver Tony Stevens snags it. Stevens is a F F lorida State commit.

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 5B RR odney Brown drives through the lane during the scrimmage held following a slam dunk competition and 3-point shooting event. Haleem Brown keeps his eyes on the basket as he ies through the air during the scrimmage. Justin Storr shoots the ball during the scrimmage that followed the slam dunk event and 3-point shooting competition. With emcee Steve Schwarze looking at the numbers, the slam dunk competition judges show their scores. The preseason event drew plenty of students and community members Thursday, November 8, to Joe AA Sterling Gymnasium. A A popkas rst home game will be F F rida y, November 23, at 5 p.m. against Sarasota R R iverview High. Donning an old-school Chicago Bulls jersey, Haleem Brown slams home a dunk during the event held Thursday, November 8, at Joe A A Sterling Gymnasium on the A A HS campus.AHS boys basketball team holds special preseason event

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 6B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff A long season usually means, for whatever reason, teams are powerless to correct mistakes and there are too many scenarios in which the team falls behind early. That is how the season began in August for the 1-9 Wekiva football team and how it ended Friday, November 9, against playoffbound Evans. The Trojans won by a 35-0 score. We told he players to go out and to keep playing, Wekiva coach Ty Parker said. Obviously, we have had a long season, but a team doesnt want to end the season without giving any effort. Every time a team faces an opponent, it wants the game to be a game. Im not sure we did that, but we did play with a better effort. However, we gave some effort from the beginning, but it wasnt until we were down 21-0 we gave it our best. That has been the story all season. We fall behind and then play with our best effort. Wekiva received the opening kickoff and played with the effort which was missing when it faced hometown rival Apopka in the annual Tater Bowl the previous Friday. But on the second play from scrimmage, what has become a familiar sight for the Wekiva faithful, materialized again, a fumble. Cornerback Julius Jones picked up the loose ball and rambled 24 yards into the end zone to score and put Evans ahead for good just a little more than a minute into the game. Wekiva was then held to a three-and-out and forced to punt. Six plays later, quarterback Levar Robinson scored on Marquise Hill added another touchdown with 4:30 left yard touchdown rush. Evans gained possession of the ball at Wekivas 7-yard line when a screen pass was attempted and intercepted by Dante Thomas. The other two Evans touchdowns were a one-yard rushing touchdown by Brandon English and a spectacular catch and run into the end zone by FSU commit Tony Stevens. Both were scored during the third quarter. The rushing touchdown by English capped off the opening drive of the second half which covered 56 yards. With 2:18 left in the third quarter, Robinson rolled to his right and threw a line-drive type pass over Stevens head on the right hashmark. Stevens and the defensive back jumped at the same time at Wekivas 35. But Stevens reached his hands out at the highest point of the pass and snagged the ball over the outstretched hands of the defender as well as out of the air while moving from his right to left in one motion as he ran a crossing pattern. Also as a part of the same motion with which he caught the ball, as he came down, he turned his body towards the end zone. Facing the end zone with the ball, he was several yards behind the other defensive backs and ran the remaining 35 yards without anyone close enough to tackle him. They are an undermanned team which have struggled through a long season, Evans coach Chip Gierke said about the Mustangs. They came out, Those people will be brought in for interviews the week of December 10 with a new head coach hired before the schools two-week break over Christmas and New Years. That person, hopefully, will start in January, at the second semester, Gruber said. What were looking for is an experienced head coach, somebody whos got a pretty darn good record. This is not a place to grow, she said. Its got to be someone whos going to build on the integrity that Ty Parker built on. She also wants someone with a strong track record. Im not going to look at age as a factor; Im going to look at experience as a factor. The teaching position for the new head coach will be dehead coach will help determine his assistants, who may or may not be any of the current Wekiva assistant football coaches. Hopefully, he will want to work with a couple of the excellent assistant coaches we have now, Gruber said. Parker was hired by Gruber to begin the Wekiva football program, coming to coach the Mustangs after serving as the defensive coordinator for the Apopka Blue Darters. Wekiva was a natural progression for me coming from Apopka High School, Parker said. The ability to put my imprint, footprint, on a program and start a program is something that many coaches would never be able to say they did. The beautiful thing about it was it was still in Apopka. For that, I will always be, in my heart and mind, a Wekiva Mustang, just as I cannot discount the years I was an Apopka Blue Darter. I dont regret any choice I made, as far as being a Blue Darter or a Mustang. Parker was 18-43 in his six seasons as the Mustangs head coach. His most successful season was in 2010 when Wekiva was 6-5, defeating Freedom 4928 in the Larry Gergley Bowl in Winter Park after recording a 5-5 regular-season record. Afseniors in the school or on the team, the Mustangs were 4-6 in 2008, defeating University 43season victory. Two weeks latdistrict game, whipping West Orange, 58-14, in a contest that represents the largest margin of victory for the Mustangs and the most points scored by Wekiva in a game. While Parker will remain a teacher at Wekiva for the time being, the long-term future is still up in the air, he said. Right now, my mind and my heart are telling me to sit still for a minute, lets see what happens, Parker said. That will be different for me. It may be time for me to do of value? What is the value? Everything in my bones is telling me to relax for a minute and lets see. Both his wife, Melissa, and his father told him that when one door closes, another one opens. Knowing you have the support of your family no matter what happens is huge. Normally, Parker said, he is pro-active when it comes to career issues. The uncertainty is a little nerve wracking, but its a little exciting because you dont know whats around the corner. Gruber has offered Parker a chance to teach a legal studies class at Wekiva because he holds a law degree. yards and a score on 10-of14 passing. Bayside did have one interception in its own end zone when the play wasnt run correctly. Everything was wrong, coach Darlington said. It was just a comedy of errors there. Apopka also had a pair of fumbles early in the third periinitial play of the third quarter and it led to Baysides only touchdown. The second Apopka fumble came just two offensive plays later, but the Apopka defense stiffened once the Bears reached inside the 10yard line, holding Bayside out of the end zone for six plays inside the 10. The Apopka offense picked up the momentum after the Blue Darters stopped Bayside on the Apopka 8-yard line on fourth and goal, driving 92 yards in 13 plays with Isom ending the drive on his 26-yard scoring run. Chandler Cox, substituting at quarterback for Zack Darlington on all but two of the plays drives, had 22 yards rushing on the march that took 7:15 off the clock and ended with Isoms run just 48 seconds into the fourth quarter. Brett Wilson added the extra point to give the Blue Darters a 24-7 lead. Chandler did a good job stepping in and playing, coach Darlington said. He just kept running the offense. Wilson also got the scoring under way for Apopka as the Blue Darters opening drive of the game stalled on the Bayside 14-yard line. Wilsons 30ers a 3-0 lead, something they would never relinquish. Both teams played well defensively until Isom broke for a 51-yard touchdown run on possession of the second period. Wilsons extra point with 9:30 left in the second gave the Blue Darters a 10-0 lead. Thats the way the score Ray Ray Smith for a 19-yard touchdown. Wilsons PAT gave Apopka a 17-0 lead going into the locker room at halftime, which was a much more comfortable margin than the 10-0 lead it appeared would be the halftime bulge. While the early third quarter was not kind to Apopka with the two fumbles, the Blue Darters settled down enough to win their seventh straight contest to end the regular season.Bayside Apopka First downs 17 19 Rushes-yards 19-62 35-267 Passing yards 252 95 Com-Att-Int 27-46-2 10-14-1 Fumbles-lost 3-2 2-2 Penalties-yards 2-20 9-44 Bayside 0 0 7 0 7 Apopka 3 14 0 7 24 Ap-Wilson 30 FG, 7:32 1st; Ap-Isom Smith 19 pass from Darlington (Wilson kick), 0:00 2nd; B-Andre 6 pass from McKay (Baron kick), 10:34 3rd; Ap-Isom 26 run (Wilson kick), 11:12 4th. Individual statistics Bush 2-16; Evarts 4-14; Harrell 3-11; Benjamin 1-3. Apopka-Isom 3-(-3). Passing: Bayside-Evarts 13-230, 129; McKay 14-23-1, 123, 1TD. 1-1-0, 1. Andre 5-34, 1TD; McKay 2-27; Johnson 3-14; Tyson 1-5; Benja1TD; Hendrickson 3-40; Blocker 2-5; Isom 1-1. A-1,500 Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Wekivas Reggie Brown carries the ball for some of his game-high 62 rushing yards during the game against Evans. Ty Parker said he will take time before deciding what he will do next professionally.played hard and fought. They half. But the two early touchdowns set the tone and put us in the position of controlling the game. It was basic football and what we coaches preach all the time. Turnovers and mistakes are usually the difference. The two turnovers were caused by great tackling and being opportunistic when they occur is a part of our game plan. We tackle with that intent. The interception was a great read by Dante. It was pretwas a huge momentum swing before the game really got under way. The second turnover kept it that way. And it was important because it stopped them half ended. Teams dont want opponents to have momentum carrying into the second half. It was solid way to end the season and go into the playoffs. But it is not just the coaching. The players have played great and trusted the coaches. Robinsons performance ular. He was 9-of-12 for 197 yards and a touchdown. Steyards and the touchdown. career as a Wekiva Mustang by rushing for 62 yards on 14 carries, which was the game high. Chip has done a great job at Evans, Parker said. He and his coaching staff have turned the program around. They have gone to the playoffs two years in a row. This game was a demonstration of them deserving to go the playoffs. But our season was more about us and what we have failed to do. Wekiva Evans First downs 14 7 Rushes-yards 47-126 20-156 Passing yards 27 197 Com-Att-Int 1-3-1 9-12-2 Fumbles-lost 1-1 0-0 Penalties-yards 5-35 6-50 Wekiva 0 0 0 0 0 Evans 21 0 14 0 35 E-Julius 24 fumble return (Escoberun (Escobedo kick), 7:19 1st; E-Hill 7 run (Escobedo kick), 4:33 1st; EEnglish 1 run (Escobedo kick), 9:24 son (Escobedo kick), 2:18. 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By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff was the head coach of the Apopka girls basketball program, her teams compiled a record of 103-44 (.700 winning percentage). That success of the FHSAA postseason tournament, one of ment was the 2009-10 division championship as Apopka upset an undefeated Dr. Phillips team in lyst for the victory. However since that triumph, the Blue Darters have had a combined record of 18-31 and have exited stage left during each of the last two as the last of the players who were members of gram continued to bring in talented and skilled players during the last two years, but almost all were freshmen and there were no upperclassmen. Now after each player has taken her share of harder-than-usual bumps and bruises while learning the ropes of varsity play, the program appears ready to return to its previous status as a legitimate team to be discussed among the powers of the sport. The last two years, we have had the skill and talent, Jenkins said. This is an area with a lot of athleticism, so we should always talent and level of skill, which is how teams are built. However, the issue was we didnt always use it consistently over the last two seasons, because we lacked experience. And that is why we are expecting this to be a season like the ones we had before 2010-11. The core of this years team has been playing together for at least three years. They have the experience of playing at the var nament fundraiser for the Zellwood Community Center will be held Saturday, December 8 at the Zellwood Station Golf and Country Club 2126 Spillman Drive, Zellwood. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and teeoff is at 8 a.m. What an exciting year its been for the center. We have built a brand new playground and resurfaced our tennis courts, said Denny Shiver, an organizer of the event. The cost is $240 per foursome, which includes lunch and door prizes. Shiver said there would be prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive, and the winners. T o date, organizers need hole sponsors ($75 per hole) and businesses to offer donations of their products or seritems. For information, call 321303-0582, 407-625-1503 or email aarontbarrett@aol.com. Like Apopka, University limped out of the gate with a 1-2 record, but then won six le last week. However, thats where the similarities end as Apopka downed Palm Bay Bayside, 24-7, and University fell to West Orange 47-21. Darlington said the Cougars run a unique scheme on offense you dont often see. Its a shotgun offense, but they use a lot of double tight ends. Its a lot more power running than you normally see out of prepare for. They remind me of Stanford the way they run power, but they are in the gun. er that Apopkas defense will have to get ready for will be running back Shadon Seabrook. The senior ran for more than 300 yards in the 40-26 victory over Timber Creek. University s defensive coordinator is Tom Paolucci, who served a few seasons as Apopkas defensive backs coach. On defense, they look like an even front and they are very aggressive on defense. Darlington said Paoluccis time on Apopkas staff shouldnt give the former Apopka assistant much of an advantage. Were doing a lot of stuff differently now than when Paolucci was here. This will be just the fourth playoff appearance in school history for the Cougars and the ka, it will be the 13th straight postseason berth, but Apopka hasnt won a playoff game since a 7-0 win over Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast in 2009. The winner will advance The Apopka-University winner will face the survivor of the Olympia-Timber Creek contest. Apopka would play at Olympia, but host Timber Creek, while University would host either Olympia or Timber Creek. That second-round playoff contest will be Friday, November 23, at 7:30 p.m. can play in spurts, no doubt, Ruta said. It was more than just a spurt, as the Blue Darters didnt allow a Rockledge point from 4:12 left in the second period to the 4:45 mark of the third period. T y Dix fueled that decisive run with 11 points, while Deion Fields, who scored six the game, tallied six points during the 22-0 stretch. Haleem Brown added four and Joe Chealey hit a 3-pointer during the game-deciding run. For the game, Fields and Brown tallied 14 points each with Dix adding 11. Chealey, who signed this week with College of Charleston, scored 9. Others hitting the scoring column for the Blue Darters include Jason Elicier (6 points) and Montay Thompson, Breck, Storr and Rosario with 2 points each. The Blue Darters dominated the boards, especially on the offensive end, pulling down a staggering 20 offensive rebounds. Fields led the Darters with seven boards. He also had eight steals to lead the Darters, who had 14 steals as a team. Apopka had 10 turnovers and nine assists. Fields and Rosario each had a block for the Darters. After Apopka jumped out to the 10-0 early lead, the Raiders narrowed it to 16-10, but couldnt get closer and the ter on a 6-0 run to take a 2210 lead after one period. In the second quarter, Apopka began its 22-0 run, ending the period on a 11-0 streak, as Dix hit a 3-pointer just beating the halftime buzzer to give the Blue Darters a 39-16 lead. Once Apopka built the third-quarter lead to 55-20, the running clock began and Ruta substituted heavily, as the starters left the game and never returned. Apopka led 59-25 after three periods. The Blue Darters played the second game of the preseason event Thursday, November 15, against Lake Brantley past press time. game of the year will be Friday, November 23, at Apopka as the Blue Darters will host the Sarasota Riverview Rams in a rare 5 p.m. start time. Apopka will be back at Wekiva High Saturday, November 24, where the Darters will face the Osceola Kowboys in a 9:30 p.m. game as part of the Metro vs. Florida two-day event. baskets from Ruben Monroe, Jabari Grant, Nate Powell, and Malcolm Stevenson. We obviously didnt play our best throughout the game and had inconsistency. Both teams looked like season. But we made the plays down the stretch when the game had reached its decisive stretch of time. Despite the bad play, it is still a nice feeling and comfort to know we can make the plays which win games down the stretch. With 6:14 left in the game, the Patriots were holding a 40-39 lead. But when the Mustangs swung the ball to the weak side of its offense, Josh Filmore was open and promptly buried a 12-foot jumper from the left tangs a 41-40 lead and they would never trail in the game again, although the Patriots did tie it up, for 18 seconds. On its next possession, Wekiva swung the ball around its perimeter again and then opened up the baseline as Filmore drove it and followed his jumper with a drive and a layup to increase the lead to three. The Patriots passed the ball to John Mooney on the left side of the free throw line as he was moving into the lane. He slashed through the lane and scored a basket. He was also fouled while he slashed through the lane. He tied the game at 43-43 with the successful free throw. But it would only be a reprieve for Lake Brantley as the Mustangs rambled off the next eight points of the game, which would be the decisive stretch of time during the game. A driving lay-up by Jabari Grant, which was once again set up by reversing the ball to the opposite side of the offense, gave the Mustangs the lead for good with 4:50 left. A six-foot leaning jumper from the right baseline by Malcolm Stevenson followed. The pass which set up Stevensons position on the baseline came from the left corner of the court. W ekiva stole the ball as Lake Brantley tried to bring it up the court on the next possession and Willie Carmichael scored on a lay-up under the basket. Attempting to pass the ball to the top of the key, for the third time out of four possessions, Lake Brantley turned the ball over. With the interception, Wekiva then began a fast break which ended with Ruben Monroes lay-up off an offensive rebound. The eight points were decisive because they were scored quickly, in only 2:53. The Patriots stopped what became an 8-0 run with a free throw, cutting the lead to 51-44 with 1:35 left in the game. But it was the only point the to close out the game with a 14-1 run. We were very shaky with our ball-handling and passing, Williams said, We turned the ball over 25 times. It kept us from maintaining any type of continuity on offense. Defensively. we were good in stretches, but committed too many bad fouls. We believe it was because this was our than that. That was not who we will be. What happened during the fourth quarter and the run occurred because of the difference in our play. W e didnt settle for shots during the fourth quarter. We werent settling which led to more quality shots because we were more aggressive against the pressure. When I look at the shot chart, I expect the number in paint to be much higher during the fourth quarter. The offense and defense playing the way it did is also attributable to being a step too slow on defense and a step too quick on offense. Part of the learning process is to know when the team has created a quality shot for itself and to know when to be a little bit more patient. Since we were doing that more as the game progressed, we did learn something. Free throws were not important for Wekiva just because it closed out the game with them, but they were also an important difference as a whole. The Mustangs converted 16-of-19 from the charity stripe. The same amount of points came from free throws for Lake Brantley, but 30 were attempted. Although it was clearly showing of the season, the Mustangs still held scoring 19 itself. Wekiva was also balanced as four players tallied over 10 points, which is an important goal for the team this season after its ability to do so was limited during 2011-12. Grant was the games leading scorer with 12 points. Another 11 points were put in the basket by Filmore, Powell and Carmichael. The Patriots and the games leading scorer was Cooper, who totaled 13 points. Mooney also put together an 11-point game. Obviously we didnt play our best game, Williams said. But the Patriots are a good team every year. cally do a good job with the motion offense, which means we got a victory over a quality opponent. Grant was particularly important for us and played well. He played the way we expect him to play this season based on what we see from him during the off-season. He brought a lot of energy and was active. He made a lot of plays for us on both ends of the court, with and without the ball. game tied at 9-9. The Mustangs took a 27-24 lead into halftime. Apopka and Rockledge also played in the Wekiva Tipoff Classic. They faced each other in the opening game on Tuesday. Apopka won by a 65-39 score. The other games took place Thursday, November 15, past press time. Apopka played Lake Brantley in the opening game. Wekiva and Rockledge closed out the event. for the Mustangs will be part of the Metro vs. Florida Challenge Friday, November 23, and Saturday, November 24, which Wekiva hosts each year. There are nine games on Friday and eight on Saturday with Fridays contests starting at 10 a.m. and Saturday at 10:30 a.m. The Mustangs are scheduled to take on Bartow Friday at 7:15 p.m. and will play Lake Minneola Saturday at noon. Tickets are $10 per day or $15 for a two-day pass. AA popka Blue Darters girls volleyball player Denise Belcher (c, front) signed with the Univ ersity of FF lorida womens volleyball program to play for the Gators next year. Sitting next to her are her father, Dennis, and her mother, KK a thy. II n the back are, (l-r), AA HS head volleyball coach Jamie LL illethorup, assistant coach Dwayne Harris, assistant coach Cindy AA nderson, and A A HS Principal Doug Guthrie. Belcher inks with Florida Wekiva Mustangs boys basketball player Josh FF ilmor e (c, front) signed with the Southeastern LL ouisiana mens basketball team to play for the LL ions next year. Sitting with him in front are, (l-r), Jean Maxwell, grandmother; Michelle FF ilmor e, mother; EE va FF ilmor e, grandmother; and FF r eddie FF ilmor e, grandfather. II n the back are, (l-r), Scott Williams, WHS boys basketball coach; Dr. E E lise Gruber, WHS principal; and L L isa Montgomery, WHS assistant athletic director. Blue Darters look to rebuild girls basketball programJenkins See AA HS Page 9B Continued from page 1BWekiva: Darters: Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BPlayoffs: This is Apopkas 13th

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By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Darters boys basketball coach Matt Ruta, having a roster laden with 10 seniors is a blessing, but only because his players have been coachable. This is the third new situation Ive stepped into and its the easiest transition from a players standpoint. They have bought in (to his coaching style) and that is unique. For the most part, they do what I ask and have a great attitude about it. Im excited about this group. They have really good (player) leadership. They work very hard. I feel like its a group thats hungry, Ruta said. In this case, if hunger is created by advancing to the regional playoffs, then the Blue Darters are starving. For a school that was a top basketball power in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, the past 30 years have been a drought for the Blue Darters. Its been since 1979 that an Apopka High boys basketball team advanced past the district tournament. W e want to play in the (regional) playoffs, Ruta said. That may be ambitious for the group coming back. Leading the way for the Blue Darters is senior Joe Chealey, a 6-foot-2 point guard. He signed an NCAA Division I basketball scholarship with College of Charleston Thursday, November 15, after committing to the Cougars earlier this fall. Joe is our most skilled kid. He is what we call a true point guard, but he can score it and will score it, Ruta said. More than anything hell get us into our spots, where we need to be. Hes really focused on this year. Hes very focused on this season and accomplishing the things we want him to accomplish. Also forming the core of Darters are Ty Dix, Deion Fields, and Haleem Brown. Montay Thompson and Willie Denison may also see starting time, but should see plenty of playing time, whether starting or not. As most Apopka basketball teams lately, the Blue Darters have precious little height and will rely on athleticism to win games. Im personnel-driven, Ruta said, but I feel we can play fast. I want to play fast. I would rather play fast if we can, and I think we can. Of fensively, spacing is a big thing we talk about to create different mismatches. Well want to push, he said. Defensively, whether were in fullcourt or half-court, we want to play really hard but disciplined. We will pressure the basketball and mix defenses in. We wont be vanilla, but well play mostly man-to-man (defense). The Blue Darters will continue to be in very competitive District 8A-3, facing perennial powers Olympia and West Orange, along with Ocoee and hometown rival Wekiva. are competitive. Are we good enough to beat them? Yeah, but they are good enough to beat us. I feel like there is a lot of parity in our district and the Metro (Conference), Ruta said. Olympia and West Orange both lost some top players from last season, but both expect to reload, not rebuild, and Ocoee is a program on the rise. Wekiva counters with its own Division I-signee point guard in Josh Filmore. Dr Phillips is probably the best team in the Metro, along with Evans, Freedom, and Jones. Theres not a night off. Theres no team I look on this schedule and say, there is a (sure) win, but theres not a team we cant beat. Ruta s wife, Natalie, is an Apopka High grad and Ruta played basketball at The First Academy in Orlando, in addition to serving as an assistant coach there prior to getting the Sherwood job, so coming to Apopka is a bit like coming home. He came to Apopka High from North Florida Christian where he was head coach for two years. Prior to that, he was at Sherwood Christian Academy in Albany, Ga. Ruta compiled a 77-29 record in those four years, but the competition at a large public school has him looking forward to the season. The competitor inside of me is excited about our group, he said. It will be fun to have every game be a challenge. While the Blue Darters played their preseason games this week, easily defeating game Tuesday, November 13, and playing Lake Brantley in the second game Thursday, November 15, past press time, Apopka will open the regular season Friday, November 23, in a 5 p.m. home game against the Sarasota Riverview Rams. The Blue Darters will play the Osceola High Kowboys Saturday, November 24, at 9:30 p.m. as part of the Metro vs. Florida event at Wekiva High School. The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 9B sity level and with each other. They have been playing AAU during the off-season and some of them play on the same team. At the start of the 2010-11 season, three freshmen were starting. We have only one senior starting this year. So we think of the team as still fairly young. But the rest of the starters are those same freshmen who are now juniors and have been playing both varsity and AAU for three years. They know what to do, both how to run the offenses and defenses. They know what to do to be in the condition required to play the kind of game we do. We should be in a different place and so far we are. Throughout its history under Jenkins, Apopka has won with basketballs version of a pound-and-ground, philosophy of defense-generates-offense concept. half-court trapping defense as its primary weapon in creating pressure and up-tempo, open-space basketball. When properly executed, the sysforces offenses to put it on the ground. Their set offense is a man-to-man system called the 41. However, Apopkas bread-and-butter scoring comes from its package of various motion offenses. The whole range of screens, as well as pick-and-rolls are relied on often. Like the defense, Apopka tries to keep the ball and players constantly moving around the perimeter when the team is on offense in an attempt to tire the opponent out, so quick passes can then be made into the paint to set This team is the same as all the others, Jenkins said. We have never had height, but we have always had athleticism, which is the basis for how we play the game. We want to pressure the opponent into mistakes and score in transition. That kind of defense requires the ability to run and strength. When a team has athleticism, it can run. When it has strength, it can trap, cut the court into small areas and use double or even triple teams. Our skillpiece is how we play defense and use it to generate points. Because we havent been able to consistently use our skill and talent productively over the last couple er to win the way we did before, we as we have in the past. The plays we run and how we play offense and defense wont be quite the same. But the general concept of what we want to do will be. That will not change, behave. We will continue to play the same kind of defense to generate offense. And the centerpiece of what we do defensively is traps and presses to pressure opponents into making mistakes. W ith the subtlety of how the team plays defense, the most tangible change this team is making is the conservative 2-3 zone as its base defense. Or at least it started the season with the 2-3 zone as its base defense. However, the players will continue to use the programs trademark style of trapping and pressing as it will be included as a part of the 2-3 zone. Apopka will also employ the array of halfcourt and full-court traps/presses out of that zone. The team can also consistentcould score in double digits, which was the other important component of winning and goes hand-in-hand with the defensive concept. W e also, once again, have the capability to consistently get doubledigit scoring from at least three players, Jenkins said. It takes at least three players scoring double digits to win and we have a group of playpoints for the others to help the team win. We also have a group of players who can pick up the points if someone is having an off-night. So we have a team which doesnt have to rely on the same three players to score. It could be a different group of three every night. It is important to have at least three players who can score in the double digits, but within that component, it is also important for a team to have more than the same three players score. The only senior in the starting lineup is off-guard Desaray Morss. She is joined in the backcourt by Brittney Chambers, who will be where the offense starts from as the point guard. Chambers natural position is the off-guard, but she has handled the point guard position the last two years because her skills are transferable to handling the ball. As usual, the post players will play the center/forward position as more of a committee than any one as milla Jackson will be the primary post players. Jacksons responsibilities are more in tune with a center, but the scheme calls for all the players to overlap in where they are on the court and responsibilities, even the guards with the post players. The other starter is Courtney Gay, who transferred from Wekiva. She plays both of the guard positions. The rest of the eight-man rotation which Apopka will begin the season with is senior Shantomyia Smith, junior Miya Allen, and freshman Cierra Taylor. All are guards and will be counted on to give Chambers a rest or allow the team to move her back to the off/scoring guard position to create a change of pace the opponent has to deal with. Sophomore post player Tabisha Figaro and freshman Taylor White round out the roster. encing the teams won-lost record the last two years is free throws. With a percentage under 50 the last two years, Jenkins installed several new drills into practices and the percentage has risen. How much it does during the course of the entire season is still yet to be seen, but the improvement in practice is encouraging as if a team cant improve in practice it wont do it during regular season games. As always, the regular-season and her staff always envision their role as molding a team into one whose ability to play the programs style of ball peaks during the postseason. The team not only takes on all of its District 8A-3 rivals twice, but 11 Metro Conference foes, all of which their division. The other district members are Wekiva, West Orange, Ocoee, and Olympia. West Orange is the defending district champion. Olympia earned the second FHSAA postseason tournament regional berth as the eventual state champion, Dr. Phillips in the tournament. Dr. Phillips is on Apopkas 2012-13 schedule. Apopka also plays in the Jim Clark Classic in late December and the MLK Classic in January. W e believe strongly in this group of players, Jenkins said. The question is if and when they do the same. We like the way the team has started. The team cant be afraid to make mistakes. If they arent afraid and learn from them, I like the opportunity of turning the belief we have in them into wins. Our game is all about boxing out, rebounding and making those good outlet passes which start transitions. The team has the skills and been through the learning curve the last two years. This season, the players are going through the process of doing them by memory, being conditioned like they are natural instincts. We return to where we were by progressing through that stage and we play such a feel the time has come, but we still have to play the games and do it. Continued from page 8B Can you believe this weather we are havin? The weather is great and so is the Folks are on the water and they are catchin plenty of specks, which is crappie for our northern friends. Most of the lakes in our area are producin some nice catches, but some of the lakes are really hot. Im gettin reports from lakes up near Gainesville. These two lakes are very popular, and they can be very productive durin certain times of the year. One of the lakes is called Orange Lake and the other is known as Lake Lochloosa. They are connected by a canal called Cross Creek. Folks of water and they are catchin plenty of specks. Brightly colored jigs tipped with a minner have been workin the best. Lake Monroe is still producin some great catches of specks. Most of the specks are still in deep water, and you can catch em on jigs tipped with a minner. Lake Jesup, Lake Woodruff, and Lake Harney are really good lakes to catch a mess of specks in, too. Some of the lakes in the Harris Chain are good spots to catch some specks in, also. Lake Carlton, Little Lake Harris, Dead River, and Lake Dora are all producin some nice specks. You need to be in about 6 ft. to 8 ft. of water. Good colors for jigs are pink, lemon-orange, chartreuse, and the red rooster, which is a gold Gold-colored ice jigs are workin, too. You need to make sure you tip your jig with a minner, and you should be good to go. You have a lot of options for catchin some specks, so get hot as the specks but the Harris Chain has been good for some nice bass. Most of the bass are bein caught on swim-baits, Rat-L-Traps, spinnerbaits, and shallow-runnin crankbaits. You can catch some nice bass on shiners in the mouth of the canals, and in the residential canals. You can also catch some the heavy cover with plastic worms. Junebug and Junebug with a bluetail have been good colors to use. The bass are in their pre-spawn pattern, so they before they go on the beds. The Butler Chain and the Conway Chain have been good for catchin some nice schoolin-size bass. Most of the bass are bein caught with top-water baits, Zoom Flukes, and plastic worms. You need to look for The Kissimmee Chain has been good for bass, too. the mornin with plastic toads, and frogs around the cover and doin real good. If we get some rain this week, you need to look for some movin water. gin around those areas feeddads comin into the lakes. Fish noisy top-water baits, and RatL-Traps in those areas for some good results. If we keep gettin cooler weather and the wind doesnt get too bad, we should have few weeks. Ill see ya next week. T ip of the week: go speck Save a few and good luck! Apopka High boys basketball team begins new season with new coachMatt RR uta is in his rst year as the AA popka High School boys basketball coach. During a special preseason basketball event at AA HS for students and the community, AA popka point guard Joe Chealey leaps over Jevric Blocker as part of the dunk contest.AHS: As usual, Blue Darters play in a very tough district with 4 other teams

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 10B By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Even though Tommie success. W e have to change the said. To do what my staff did one season is 17 and the most the gaudiest of those statistics pionship. which have both man-to-man season. a necessity we do it at Wekiva. in a position to win. That is a coaching staff as having a nice sition. By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff championship meet. Wekistate championship meet was championship meet was the the state championship. The season ended with a match-up among the state upset when the team does that. The state championship At the state championship The Mustangs defeated seed and defending champiteam which defeated Wekiva in They tend to go handin-hand but at the state championship was disappointment in not winning the state champion sponded by making adjustTommie Butts . new WHS coach Classi cation: #_____ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ (10) __________ __________ __________ __________ ...Gobble gobble... The Apopka Chief & The Planter Classified Ad Special $100Per Week* (*10 words or less. One item per ad. Cash only. Must be prepaid by Tuesday noon of the week that it runs. For items under $100 only. Price must be in ad. If ad needs to be billed, then regular pricing applies.) or Visit us online atwww.TheApopkaChief.comEasy and Convenient: Place your Ad online at or FAX: 407-889-4121Call now and take advantage of our

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 12B Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 12B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 13B of this newspaper. PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address 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. The Place Where Quality Exceeds PriceInvites you to try our most popular, Italian and American Cuisine in the quiet and lovely atmosphere of our restaurant.Seating is limited. Please RSVP for parties of 6 or more.Only Authentic Italian Restaurant in downtown Apopka Carry out and free delivery service available Not valid with any other offers. Must present coupon. Exp. 11/30/12 Rolling Hills Community Church, RCAWorship: Sunday, 9:30 am Sunday School: 11 am4407 Orange Blossom Trail, Zellwood, Florida 32798 Part of the Zellwood community for over 30 years, we offer a traditional Reformed service in a warm and reverent environment. All are welcome. 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. Call Church Office For Information On The Ladies Bible Study and Men's Breakfast Bible Study. 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. Any Sub Combo(Sub, Chips, and Drink)Must present coupon. Not valid with any other offer. Expires 11/30/12.3309 E. State Road 436 Suite 1013 Apopka, FL 327031608 W. Orange Blossom Trail Apopka, FL 32712 $2 OFF Fresh Homemade & Simply Delicious! DAILY SPECIALS BREAKFAST, LUNCH OR DINNER 10% OFFDine-in Only. Not valid with any other specials. Exp. 11-30-12. 407-788-1888 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. Family DinerOPEN 7 DAYS BREAKFAST & LUNCH Thurs. Fri., & Sat. 6:30AM 8:30PM Thank You For Your Support Celebrating 5 Years Valid Monday thru Friday Only. Medicare Open EnrollmentOCTOBER 15 DECEMBER 7MARK YOUR CALENDAR! 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. Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders Florida Department of Elder AffairsFLORIDA SHIP Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders Florida Department of Elder AffairsFLORIDA SHIP Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders Florida Department of Elder AffairsFLORIDA SHIP Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders Florida Department of Elder AffairsFLORIDA SHIP October THIS IS THE TIME TO:1-800-96-ELDERFind us on FacebookSe Habla Espaol (800-963-5337) Golden Wok BuffetAll You Can Eat Includes NEW Sushi Bar1099 West Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka 10% OFFDinner & LunchNot VALID on Fri., Sat. & Sun. dinner buffet. Located in Victoria Plaza TO GO BOX Lunch $5.85$8.00 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. $9.99Includes Sushi & Crab TAKEOUTLunch $6.69 $8.99$9.9999Not valid with any other coupon or discount. Exp. 11/30/12Growing up in a family that was both entrepreneurial and built on more ing heritage, it seems Fire- founders were destined to start Fire. Of course they tried other things along the way to their American dream rock n roll, real tree farming. But everytheir path led them to Fire. Nearly 17 years later, with more than 500 Firerestaurants in 31 states, they are convinced theyre doing a few things right. People come back when theyre treated well, and fed even better. Turns out, people absolutely LOVE the same things does the best meats, cheeses, and toppings Firehouse People come back again and again because, unlike other sub places, steams their meats and cheeses, then stuffs a serving thats way over code on one of their toasted private recipe sub rolls. Its a winning ravenous appetites and the value conscious alike. At of hot, cold, and specialty subs served on your choice of white or wheat sub rolls. One of the most popular specialty subs is the Hook & Ladder Sub with smoked turkey breast, Virginia honey ham, and melted Monterey Jack, served Fully involved loaded complete with mayo, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onion, and a dill spear on the side. Another favorite is the dar Brisket with USDA choice beef brisket smoked for 10+ hours, melted cheddar, and special sauces. Kids combos are also available for the little ones. is not just about subs. They also serve a fantastic is a blend of romaine and iceberg lettuce topped with bell pepper, cucumber, red onion, tomato, provolone, sliced egg, and your choice of meat. Also available is award All Freestyle machine that althirst with 120+ brands from the fountain of the future. also offers catering services. Let their crew feed yours with platters of cold subs, salads, and desserts. Ask the cashier for a catering menu today. station, LETS EAT. niently located Firehouse in Apopka. They are located at 3309 E. State Boulevard), 407-331-7827. And they are also located at 1608 W. Orange Blossom Trail in the Home Depot Plaza, 407-464-3624. You can also check them com. AdvertisementVisit the two Firehouse Subs located in Apopka at 3309 E. State Road 436, Suite 1013, (corner of 436 and Hunt Club Boulevard), and at 1608 W. Orange Blossom Trail in the Home Depot Plaza. Visit Firehouse Subs and see why their story has got some serious meat to it Dining &Entertainment Guide Dining & Entertainment Guide Dining &Entertainment Guide LUNCH BUFFET $6.99Mon. Sat.: 11:00 am 3:30 pm DINNER BUFFET $9.99Mon. 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Chef Lin, His Family & Staff invite you to join them for theServing Asian Udo Noodle SoupFormerly Super Buffet10% OFFThanksgiving Day BuffetLunch & Dinner Not Valid Thanksgiving DayIncludes Steamed Lobster and all your traditional favorites11:00 am9:00 pm Formerly Super Buffet h h h e e e f f f L L L i i i n n n Largest Asian Buffet in Apopka Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Everday Dinner Buffet Including: Oyster, Blue Crab, Rib-eye Steak, Frog Legs, Craw Fish, Appetizer, Soup, Salad Bar, Fruit, Dessert and Ice Cream Chef Lin, His Family & Staff invite you to join them for the Chef Lin, His Family & Staff invite you to join them for the Formerly Super Buffet Formerly Super Buffet C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C h h h Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Now Open Under New Ownership, Come Experience The Difference Downtown Apopka, Next to BankFirstT: 407.464.3888 F: 407.464.3887 Apopkas Only Hibachi Grill ALL YOU CAN EAT!Over 200 Items All Day, All You Can Eat Includes Steamed Lobster and all ALL YOU CAN EAT!

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 13BRotary Calendar now available For the second year, the Apopka Rotary Club will sponsor fundraiser calendars that feature art by Apopka-area students. The new calendars were available this past week. The calendars will be available through different youth said Bill Spiegel, founder of the event. We are still coordinating which groups and where. It is likely that they will be available at some businesses around town such as BankFirst, CF Insurance, Optical Eyeland, Fairwinds Credit Union and others. We will be selling them again at the Christmas Parade and different community events through the end of the year. We are still looking for more youth groups who would like to participate in Spiegel said any youth orgaThey dont have to be ing out a form that is available online. The calendar will include the Orange County Public Schools calendar and federal holidays. There will be a download Google Calendar of the OCPS schedule available on the website as well. Artwork was submitted by students at Wolf Lake Elementary, Wolf Lake Middle, Apopka High, Wekiva High, Piedmont Lakes Middle, Apopka Memorial Middle, and Maitland Montessori School, Spiegel said. The coupons in the calendars really turned out great and Spiegel said. There are hundreds of dollars in coupons and easily $50 in coupons just from the food providers. The coupons are all for either a percentage off, buy-one-get-one-free, or free apThe coupons providers inCaffe Positanos, McDonalds, Golden Wok Buffet, Firehouse Subs, Beef O Bradys, Froggers, Chilis, Papa Johns, Brunswick Lanes, Congo River Golf, Patricios Hair Studio, Uptown Barbers, Wekiva Dental, Optical Eyeland, and St. Germain Chiropractic Clinic. For more information or to order online, visit www.RotaryCalendar.com.Robert Krohn, 13, sixth from left, a member of Boy Scout Troop 880, and friends helped build a ramp as part of an Eagle Scout project for Apopka cartoonist Bert Rummel (fourth from right) on Saturday, November 10. Pictured are, (l-r) Nick Cary, Phil Peterson, Austin Robertson, Dean Leatherbarrow, Glen Krohn, Krohn, Christopher Henry, Rummel, Bob McDermmont, Ben Rives and Earnst Nitzsche. Boy Scout builds ramp for Eagle badge Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 12B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 13B of this newspaper. **See Players Club for complete details. Must be at least 21 years old and a Seminole Players Club member to participate. Valid ID required. Management reserves all rights. Offers are nonnegotiable, non-transferable and must be redeemed in person at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tampa. Offer is for the slot and gaming machine of your choice. 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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 14B How does a Thanksgiving Sweetly of course, with a big beautiful Thanksgiving pie for dessert. Sweet potato pie and pumpkin pie typically have special places reserved for them on this autumn-harvest holidays tables. Apple pie is another popular choice of the season. Mincemeat pie seems to be associated with both the Thanksgivwell, thats a perfect choice anytime, or for something different, try a chess pie. Enjoy the celebrative pie recipes below. May your Thanksgiving 2012 be an unforgettable and very special day! Recipe from New Vision Community Churchs Feeding the Flock tatoes size can) pie crust. Blend well. Pour into pie crust and bake for 45 minutes. Recipe from The New Good Ole Boys Cook Book Pecan Layer: mashed Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In large bowl, stir together all ingredients for the cans, until well blended. Stir in pecans. shell. Bake 40-50 minutes or until it isnt soupy. For the sweet potato layer: While egg whites. Add the milk. Beat the egg whites until stiff, gradually adding the sug400 degrees for 10 minutes. Then lower heat to 350 degrees and bake until no longer soupy. Using a spatula, remove sweet potato each pecan pie. Bake pie at 350 degrees until inserted straw comes out clean. Each layer of this pie will be very distinctive. Serve hot with whipped topping or ice cream or just with a fork. Recipe from New Vision Community Churchs Feeding the Flock pumpkin densed milk Bake at 375 degrees for 50-55 minutes. Recipe from Lets See Whats Cookin Cinnamon with cinnamon. Sprinkle over top of pie. Pour canned milk over top. Bake at 350 degrees until apples are tender and topping is brown. Recipe from Favorite Recipes of Sweetwater Oaks Place sliced apples in unbaked pie shell. Sprinkle apples with lemon juice. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes, then reduce to 350 for about 25 minutes until apples are tender. Recipe from Home Sweet Habitat apples bine reserved juice with enough water to measure one-fourth cup. Spread apples in pastry-lined eight-inch pie plate. Pour of aspartame, cornstarch, cinnamon and nutmeg. Dot with butter. Top with remaining pastry. Seal edge and cut vents. Bake at 425 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes or until brown. Recipe from Home Sweet Habitat 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell into pie shell. Bake at 350 degrees until center is set. Recipe from Home Sweet Habitat Press pecans into side and bottom of pie shell. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes or until light brown. Let stand until cool. Beat cream cheese and confecpare whipped topping according to package directions, using half a cup of low-fat milk and 1/2 teaspoon vanilla and beating until stiff peaks form. Spread over cream SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18Beginning Racewalking Program: 8:05 a.m. 9:00 a.m., at the The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886F.U.S.I.O.N. Childrens Club: 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., at The First Bapinclude Bible study, craft time, and singing for ages 5 years through 5th grade. For more information, call First Baptist at 407-886-2628.MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19 Ministry offers Free Meal : The Open Heart Kitchen presented by day of each month. From noon to 889-4464. Beginning Racewalking Program: 5:00 p.m. 5:55 p.m., at the The program is for people age 12 and older, and is free. Pre-registration is required by calling 407-886T.O.P.S Chapter #114: Weigh-in is 6:45 p.m., and the meeting starts sibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a nonare 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 Commerce building. For more information, call 407-880-3855 or TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20Walk and Talk: 8:00 a.m. 9:00 886-4231 for more information. Watercolor Painting Class: SENIORS. 9:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. City Call 407-703-1741 for more information. Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: the month at 12:00 noon, at Errol Estate Golf & Country Club, 1355 space for luncheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-889-5305. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City meetings open to the public. SubGFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. at Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. 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.WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21T.O.P.S Chapter #646: Weigh-in is 8:30 a.m. and the meeting starts sibly. TOPS Club, Inc. is a noncall 407-886-1147. Crafts & Chatter and Board Games: 10:00 a.m. for SENIORS. This is an informal gathering of Call 407-703-1631 for information. Cards & Bridge: 10:00 a.m. for or bring in some friends and start your own. Call 407-703-1631 for information. Tiny Tales Rhyme Time for You and Baby: proximately 15 min. every Wed. For infants birth to 18 months, OCLS North Orange Branch.* Toddler Time: ery Wed., Especially for children ages 18 to 36 months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* Storybook Fun for Your Little One: Recommended for children ages and last approximately 30 minutes. OCLS North Orange Branch.* City Council Meeting: 8:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, change with notice. For info., call THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22Walking Club: SENIORS 8:00 for information. Apopka Rotary Luncheon Meeting: Community Center, 519 S. Central, Call 407-880-0335 for information. Motorcycle Night: 6:00 p.m. night will feature drawings, prizes, For information, call 407-880-3351 or 407-814-9678. 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 EVENTS Camp Scooter: The Orange vision will host Camp Scooter during the holidays for youth in grades K-5 at the following locations: tion is now open and continues ungins November 19, and continues food stamps $20. For more information, visit www.OrangeCounCross-country Race: Saturday, November 24, at 1:00 p.m., at the teers are needed for the event. Early registration is open now at www.Flying-Colors-Sports.com. For more information, call 513orssports.com. Giving Thanks to Farmworkers: Florida, will be held Tuesday, November 27, from 6:30 p.m. 8:30 per corporate sponsor. For more information, call 407-886-5151 or email cdudd44@hotmail.com. Reindeer 5K Fun Run and Walk: Saturday, December 1, beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m., at the Northwest Recreation Complex, 3710 Due to a change in schedule, the The cost to pre-register is $15 plus Loaves & Fishes. Participants may register at the Northwest Recrefrom 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. or at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 N. Forest Apopka Christmas Parade: Fowill hold the 36th annual Parade on December 8, from 10:00 a.m. noon. For information about the parade, call Deviese at 407-8864331. Sign up now for your parade entry! Kiwanis Club Meeting: 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 information, contact Stuart HarClub of Orlando: be held every third Tuesday of each month starting in Septemwives are also welcome to attend. Harrison at 407-886-1922 or Ellen Paul at 407-696-4809.Man to Man Prostate ACS Cancer Support Meeting : Held the second Tuesday of every month, The meeting is for men who have information about the disease. For more information, call Till at 407341-1826. Saturday Night Cruise: Held the last Saturday of every month, from 5:00 9:00 p.m., at Roc City els, 10% off Cruiser meals, great food, shopping, 50/50, prizes and surprises! The Compassionate Friends (TCF) of Apopka, bereavement held on third Thursday of month, at same time and location and will usually last 60-90 minutes. For info, call 407-209-9980, or email rie.averybayer@aol.com.ONGOING EVENTS Utility Bill Payment Assistance : SENIORS ages 60+, can get onetime assistance per season with past due utility bills, October 1 4464 or 407-694-1405. Personal Wellness & Management Coach offering Free Camp: day, Wednesday and Friday at Kit 407-948-5603 for details. Bridge Games and Classes: EvDuplicate Bridge Club, 510 W. card game in the world. Newcomers are always welcome. For more serious and experienced Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons at 1:15 p.m. For more information, call 352-315-9934 or Seniors Meals on Wheels: is 8982. Hospital Health Course Offered : The Living Healthy Program at 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, citsurveys, 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: continue to collect old cell phones Ministry Collecting Toys: Exthat assists local charities with p rovisions, is currently collecting toys for Christmas in September. In October, the charity offers the opportunity to adopt a family for the holidays. The organization is also collecting travel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, dents. For more information, call 800-962-2622. Computer Classes in both English and Spanish: 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 Orange Branch* for more details. Habitat Volunteers: Sign up to month of November! Go to www. and register for event. If you are right, and sign up for Covenant Place. We need help hanging doors, installing trim, prep for painting, painting, landscaping, and cleaning for occupancy! To volunStore, call 407-880-8881 or 407696-5855 to sign up for information on assisting Covenant Place. ********** more info, call 407-886-1441. www.ocls.info. To reserve a space, call 407-835-7323.Community Events Calendar For community events, fundraisers, and non-profit organizations. To send info, fax 407-889-4121 or email ads@theapopkachief.com.To purchase a subscription to The Apopka Chief, call 407-886-2777. or Visit the Web site at $18/52 issues-Orange County ($23 out of county) UPCOMING & ONGOINGEVENTS CANCELLED HAPPY THANKSGIVING!Belly Dance Classes : 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., at the Fran Carlton Center, 11 should wear comfortable clothing. Call 407-703-1631, for information.Tennis Programs : Held at the Northwest Recreation sacademy.com/.CANCELLED GFWC Apopka Womans Club General Meeting: 7:00 p.m. 889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City CounCode Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. City Council Meeting: 1:30 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 E. 703-1704. GFWC Apopka Womans Club Board Meeting: Commerce. Please RSVP to 407-889-2872. Code Enforcement Hearing: 7:00 p.m. City Council Chambers, City Hall, 120 meetings open to the pubnotice. For info., call City Foliage Sertoma Club Meeting: of the month at 12:00 noon, at the cheon, call by the Friday before, or for information, call 407-8895305. CLOSED FOR THE 4th!Balling For Jesus: at Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Gym. For information, call Ministry Needs Personal-sized Hygiene items: Extended Hand Outreach, a noning travel-sized hygiene products, such as shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant and soap, visit www.thebigpotatofoundation.org. For more information, call 800-962-2622, email City Council Meeting: 8:00 p.m. City Council Cham

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The Apopka Chief, November 16, 2012, Page 15B EDITH W. WRIGHT, 91, Apopka, died Tuesday, November 6. Mrs. Wright worked in counseling. She was born in Cairo, Georgia. Survivor: daughter, Frankie D. Wright, Apopka. TERRY DUNHAM, 72, Apopka, died Friday, November 2. Mr. Dunham was retired from General Motors. He was born in Howell, Michigan. After retirement in Central Florida, he worked for Engineering Analysis as a product-liability investigator. He was considered the expert on Buicks and wrote the 600-page book The Buick: A Complete History. Survivors: wife, Jeanne; daughters, Terrilyn Hauneby, Orlando, Traci Garde, Atlanta, Ga.; four grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Apopka. JOHN WILLIAM DAVIS JR., 85, Apopka, died Thursday, November 8. Mr. Davis was a lineman with the Orlando Utilities Commission for 27 years. Born in Murphy, North Carolina, he moved to Central Florida in 1949. He was an Army veteran and member of the Moose Club. He was Baptist. Survivors: daughters, Terri Blakesee, Janet Roberson; sons, John C., Lee A. and Brad Naylor; 11 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Loomis Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Apopka.Obituaries See OBITUARIES Page 16BApopkans invited to Thanksgiving feast The First Baptist Church of Apopka will hold their 29th annual community Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at 441 S. Highland Avenue, Apopka. In the past we have fed 500-700 each year including homeless and needy families, elderly individuals who are unable to leave their homes, several group homes, senior citient homes and couples who do said Sally Newman, Thanksgiving coordinator. We will be serving a free, fully homeThe meal is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Apopka and is open to the public. For more information, call 407-886-2628 or email fbc@ fbcapopka.net. The Zellwood United Methodist Church Fall Harvest Festival will hold a special Thanksgiving service and potluck on Sunday, November 18. The service begins at 10 a.m. the potluck dinner follows, See CHURCH Page 16B Add Your Church To Our List. Call 407-886-2777 Your Ad Here! Call Today! 407-886-2777 AME St. Paul AME 407-889-4464 Apostolic Apostolic Church of Jesus 407-886-2556 Assembly of God Apopka Assembly of God 407-886-2806 Markham Woods Assembly of God 407-774-0777 Baptist Apopka First Baptist 407-886-2628 First Antioch Missionary Baptist Church 407-963-5398 First Baptist Church of Mount Dora 352-383-4179 First Baptist Church of Sanlando Springs 407-788-6801 First Baptist Sorrento 352-383-2241 First Baptist Church of Sweetwater 407-862-3893 First Baptist Church of Tangerine 352-383-7920 First Baptist Church of Zellwood 407-889-0509 Forest Avenue Baptist Church 407-886-4374 Fountain of Life Baptist Church of Apopka, Inc. 407-814-8322 Hope Baptist Church 407-886-6980 Lockhart Baptist Church 407-295-1133 Magnolia Baptist Church 407-880-4575 Northside Baptist Church 407-884-4443 The Church of Oak Level 407-656-1523 Pleasant View Baptist Church 407-886-6717 Riverside Baptist Church 407-295-3850 Rosemont Baptist Church 407-299-8885 Springs Community Baptist Church 407-889-2240 St. Lukes Full Gospel Baptist Church 352-735-9199 Trinity Baptist Church 407-886-2966 Unity Missionary Baptist Church 407-814-9111 Wekiwa Springs Baptist Church 407-886-7864 Bible Bear Lake Bible Chapel 407-563-3931 2395 Apopka Boulevard Suite 200, Apopka 407-886-2626 Aint No Smelly with ShelleysShelleys Septic Tanks104 E. Ponkan Rd. Apopka, FL 32712Barbara Shelley Vice PresidentDay or Night (407) 889-8042 Lake Co. Residents ( 352 ) 383-5775 Commercial & Residential Garage Doors & Openers www.jbmathews.com 407-656-1289 YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT AGENT FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS 175 E. MAIN ST. APOPKA Peace of Harmony Holiness ChurchPastor Watt Jones, Jr.321-558-6733750 S. OBT, Ste. 126, Orlando, FL 32805www.cdbaby.com/cd/elderwatt GENERAL REPAIR SERVICEBuilding & A/C Maintenance Remodels & Renovations Appliance & A/C Repairs Electrical ServiceCall for all your repair needs!(407) 774-2300 grs5750@yahoo.com 174 Semoran Commerce Pl., Ste. 121 407-886-9500For all your printing needs Shren Yeager 49A East 3rd Street, Apopka 407-880-3167 Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Apopka Aluminum & Screen Inc.Glass Rooms, Screen Rooms, Room Additions, Carports Concrete W ork, Pool Enclosures 15140 U.S. Highway 441 Eustis 352-343-2400 Vann Gannaway Chevrolet500 E. Altamonte Dr., Suite 200 Altamonte Springs 407-260-0440 Tricia A. Madden, P.A.Free Consultation No Recovery WAL-MART 1700 S. Orange Blossom Tr. Apopka407-889-8668 Toms Forklift Service s ax: 407-886-9555 1000 Ocoee Apopka Rd., Apopka Tom Bo 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.The Center of Faith Church, Inc. A Family MinistryServices:Sun. 10 a.m., Sun. 6 p.m. Thurs., 7:30 p.m.James Hicks, Pastor ApopkaPh. 407-886-3434 Wholesale Hermann Engelmann Greenhouses, Inc.RF0066455232 W. Michael Gladden Blvd. Apopka, Florida 32703 Attend your place of worship this weekMARVIN C. ZANDERS FUNERAL HOME407-886-3388 Hwy. 436/441 Way of Grace Ministries The Family PlaceService Times Sunday 10 am & 6 pm Wednesday 7 pm 8550 Clarcona-Ocoee Rd., Apopka Daniel W. Mattox, Pastor 407-292-9998 3122 Laughlin Road Zellwood Celebrating 50 years Apopka Auto Upholstery48 W. 4th Street, Apopka(behind Advance Discount Auto)In business 35 yearsCharlene & Paul Fitzgerald, Owners APOPKA OFFICE SUPPLY407-889-4455400 N. Park Ave., Apopka, FL 32712A O S One Accord Christian ChurchSunday Service 11:15 Wed 7:00 PMUniting all Nations for Christ7301 Edgewater Drive Orl 32810 407-523-3002 Carmen Hernandez Sales Representative Ray Morrison President Products18040 US Hwy. 441 Mount Dora Celebrating 40 Years of ServicePediatric Care: 618 S. Forest Ave. Family & OB Care: 225 E. 7th St. Dental Care: 210 E. 7th St. Bryan Nelson 10 N. Park Ave., Apopka Quality Service at reasonable prices from a family that cares! 420 W. Main St., Apopka James R. Loomis, Funeral Director 407-880-1007 Stephen R. Lareau Serving Apopka Since 1980 Fuel Service-Oil-Kerosene Diesel-Lubrication Oil 1100 S. Hwy. 441 (PO Box 987) Specializing in Submersible & Turbine Pumps Apopka Well & Pump, Inc. Apopka: 407-886-1273 Lake County: 352-483-0779 All Seasons Pest Control435 W. Main Street Apopka, FL 32712 1140 E. SR 436, Ste 1028, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701 407-339-0770 www.longschristian.comWhy should you advertise your product or service here?Newspaper readers are ACTIVE CONSUMERS!As a group they have tremendous buying power.When you advertise in this section you get the best of both worlds: low-cost ads AND targeted advertising!Maximize your marketing dollars by FOCUSING your advertising campaign on a concentrated market! FL Lic # HHA21293096Focus your advertising. Your Ad Here! Call Today! 407-886-2777Add Your Church To Our List. Call 407-886-2777Catholic St. Francis of Assisi 407-886-4602 St. Marys (Protectress) Ukrainian Charismatic Episcopal Ascension Church, CEC 407-880-9555 Christian Christ Centered Christian Church 321-331-0036 Journey Christian Church 407-884-7223 Round Lake Christian Church 352-735-LOVE Christian Science Christian Science Church 407-389-4200 Church of Christ Apopka Church of Christ 407-889-2636 Church of Christ of Plymouth 407-886-1466 Church of Christ of West Orange 407-656-2770 Tri-City Church of Christ 407-920-1757 10th Street Church of Christ 407-884-4835 Church of God Church of God of Prophecy 407-814-7170 Church of God of Zellwood 407-886-3074 Church of God Templo Victoria 407-889-0555 Grace Street Church of God 407-298-9188 Park Avenue Worship Center 407-886-2696 Sorrento Church of God 352-735-4245 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Apopka Ward 407-880-9877 Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit 407-886-1740 Faith and Word Word of Life 407-886-7427 Full Gospel Millenium of Glory 407-814-0041 New Covenant Perfecting Ministries 407-880-8898 Holiness St. Matthew Holiness 407-889-2274 Independent True Temple of God 407-880-8181 Interdenominational New Vision Community Church 407-886-3619 Northwest Community Church 407-578-2088 One Accord Christian Fellowship Church 407-523-3002 Jewish Congregation of Reform Judaism 407-645-0444 Lutheran St. Paul Lutheran 407-889-2634 Methodist First United Methodist 407-886-3421 Bear Lake United Methodist 407-862-1531 Zellwood United Methodist 407-889-4426 Moravian Rolling Hills Moravian Church 407-332-8380 Nazarene Calvary Church of 407-889-2148 Non-Denominational Center of Faith Church for All People 407-464-9375 Church on the Edge 407-869-1133 Dayspring Community Church 407-814-4996 Everlasting Covenant Christian Center 407-884-8598 Compass Community Church 407-880-6110 Faithworld Center 407-292-8888 Freedom Fellowship 407-299-6311 Freedom Ministries 407-886-6006 Grace Gospel Church 321-438-4554 Happy Hill Ministries 407-889-0583 The City of Destiny 407-298-5770 New Life Praise Worship Center 407-880-3421 New Beginning Worship Center 352-455-9173 Rejoice in the Lord Ministries 407-814-7643 Sabbath Grace Fellowship 407-970-6535 Sorrento Christian Center 352-735-4447 Spirit of Life Christian Church 407-886-4570 Tangerine Community Church 352-383-4173 The Shabach Church 407-445-1230 Victory Church World Outreach Center 407-889-7288 Pentecostal Church in the Son 407-246-0001 House of God 407-886-7492 Prince of Peace Pentecostal Missionary Church, Inc. 407-889-9269 The Pentecostals 407-889-3802 Way of Grace Ministries 407-292-9998 Presbyterian First Presbyterian of Apopka 407-886-5943 Reformed Church in America Rolling Hills Community Church 407-886-7664 Seventh-day Adventists Apopka Seventh-day Adventist 407-889-2812 Forest Lake 407-869-0680 Franco-Haitian 407-296-4368 Genesis Spanish 321-436-6551 Maranatha Seventh-day Adventist 407-290-1800 Mount Olive 407-886-0430 Orlando Filipino Seventh-day Adventist 407-292-9210 Pine Hills 407-291-4816 Plymouth-Sorrento 407-884-0595 Unity Unity Church of Christianity 407-295-9181If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. 2 Chronicles 7:14 AM 950 WTLN Life Changing Radio (See message above.) (See message below above church list.) Saying Grace Saying Grace For everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving, for it is made holy by the word of God and prayer. 1 Timothy 4:4-5 The act of saying grace before meals is common to most cultures, and has its roots in antiquity. The common Catholic grace which runs Bless us, O Lord, and these thy gifts, which we are about to receive, from thy bounty, through Christ our Lord, Amen is found in the Gelasian Sacramentary, a Catholic service book which dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. An even simpler grace is the prayer which runs Lord, bless this food to our use and us to Thy service, and make us ever mindful of the needs of others. If you grew up saying grace before each meal, as I did, you may have become deaf to the meaning of the words. We are often struck most when we hear a prayer or a poem for the rst time. When I recently heard an even simpler version of the above prayer, i.e., Bless this food to our use and us to thy service, I was moved by its simplicity. Growing up Catholic, however, and hearing the Catholic grace every single day of my life, I grew numb to that prayers many facets and deeper meaning. Only recently did I nd renewed meaning in the prayer, when I realized that the relatively short prayer contains three separate prayers, a prayer of petition (Bless us, O Lord), a prayer of Thanks (implicit in the words gifts and bounty), and a prayer of exaltation (through Christ our Lord). There are many ways to say Grace, and perhaps the simplest way is to bow your head and thank God for His goodness. Christopher Simon (See message above.) (See message below above church list.) Saying GraceSaying GraceFor everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving, for it is made holy by the word of God and prayer. 1 Timothy 4:4-5 The act of saying grace before meals is common to most cultures, and has its roots in antiquity. The common Catholic grace which runs Bless us, O Lord, and these thy gifts, which we are about to receive, from thy bounty, through Christ our Lord, Amen is found in the Gelasian Sacramentary, a Catholic service book which dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. An even simpler grace is the prayer which runs Lord, bless this food to our use and us to Thy service, and make us ever mindful of the needs of others. If you grew up saying grace before each meal, as I did, you may have become deaf to the meaning of the words. We are often struck most when we hear a prayer or a poem for the rst time. When I recently heard an even simpler version of the above prayer, i.e., Bless this food to our use and us to thy service, I was moved by its simplicity. Growing up Catholic, however, and hearing the Catholic grace every single day of my life, I grew numb to that prayers many facets and deeper meaning. Only recently did I nd renewed meaning in the prayer, when I realized that the relatively short prayer contains three separate prayers, a prayer of petition (Bless us, O Lord), a prayer of Thanks (implicit in the words gifts and bounty), and a prayer of exaltation (through Christ our Lord). There are many ways to say Grace, and perhaps the simplest way is to bow your head and thank God for His goodness. Christopher Simon LOOMIS Funeral Home(l-r) Steven Loomis, James R. Loomis and James "Bob" Loomis420 W. Main St., Apopka407-880-1007When considering pre-need or at-need arrangements, call for lowest price quote.Family Owned & Operated Do you have church news you would like us to publicize? Use Our Online Forms www.theapopkachief.comCall The Apopka Chief at 407-886-2777, fax 407-889-4121, or email news@theapopkachief.com

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rfntbn tbbt f frr f f rf fntbbbb b bb bb bbb bbb b rffnt nrrn b bb bb b bb f bbb bb b r r rrr rr r rr r r bnbnt r rr r r b rbb r f r r rr r r rf nn tb brn tt b r bn b n tb tn tf n bbt n r b tn bb brr r rrn bn n t bb br b b br rr rb br tt rrb r b br rtn tn rn f n bbt bt rbb r r brr br r b n tn bb br r fn n tt nb n t t t rtn ttnb n frt ttn t r tr tn nr n tt n t n rr t nb n fn tn ttnb n r n r trt n rrf rfnftbr ffnf fnn fn rrfrf fnrn nn rfrn rnntn tnr rr nn rr nrr ntr n f r tt rrrf ttt t nntn rfnftt bt t rtt r rr r rfnntfbff ntbttrfn ntn frt tntntntf tnbtf rn fnf fb fnfnrnt tfff tnttnr ntnrnfrn tfrtnnt ffttrt fnftnf tffntt rtnfrrn tnrfbfn ntn rrb t t t n nb nt t t t t t r fr n fn fnt bfft ff ftt tff fttt fft nntrtfn ttf ftb b bb b b b b b b b bb bb b b bb b b b b b b b b b b bb b bb bb bb b bb b b b b b bbb bb rtf nffnf nfb r f ntbt bb nnnfr nn r fn nr nr nr r fntb nnr r fntb nr f ntfn nnr f ntfn nr t nnr t nr nn fntb nnr nn fntb ttt f tf r n n r n r n n br fn nr f r n n n t tt t r nnbbbb bt ft nf t n t n t t t r t ntfnt r t rrf r ttbt tt rfntt bb rt r r fntbtnb r r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn r f ntb rn nn rn nn rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nnb nnbt rfrftn nfntrbbf rfrft brrb bbftrfbnb bttbnrr nrfbbbr nbnbnrbnn nfb btr n bb bn nftbbtnb nnnn rn nr f fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trrtfb bn n trnn bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r nbnbrn fbnrb tbbb r f ntb nn rf nn r n nn rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntrbb f rfrft br rbbbftrfbbn bnbnb bttbnrr nrfbbbrnbnb nrbnn nfbtrn bnnf tbbtnb nn f r rnb nr f fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfb r rftrrb b rb trrtfb bn n trnn bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r nbnbrn fbnrb tbbb b rf ntb b f nnn f n n rf nttbtb ttbn b f tf fff f f fb fn bbbt t ntbntb ttbtbt t bbtb btbtb tbb nt t tt bt tttb tbnbtnn n nbtb tbt ntntt bttb ntbbn tb bntbtbt nbnt f ttb tbbt ff r ttbn t tnbtbt tbbt tbnb tbtb nb tb ttbtbt nbttb tbb ntb btb tt ttn tttb tbb n btbn nntttb ntbtt ntbt t nntn f t r f ntbb rrr rfntb ttr rntb rf f r nf n n nn r nb rb n rf r n nnn n n f n r nr f rtt tt t ntn t t n rrfrf nf rtt ffr f r f trrr rfntb bt ff bbn t tbbb r ff ntbbb nb r f r fb fr b f f r r r f r r r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f tb b r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r n r ff ntbbb b b f r b f f r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f n b b t r r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r n r ff ntbbb b r b r r b b r r f r b f f r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f b b r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r t r ff ntbbb ttb r r rf f rb rb r f r b f f r rrfnrtt brtfr rr r rr rf rr rr f n f b b r r t t t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntbbb nb b f b r r f r rfb f r b f f r f b b fr r b r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f f b b b b nnn r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r rfntbb tttnbt f f f f rr rfnrtbfr fntnn r ntbn rffbf rf ntbbtttnbtn nfnbfrfn rfnftnbrbf fbrbfbrf r frfn brrfrfnf nnbn brfbn rrrfnf nnnrf rnnnr nf nnbfb nrnbfrb tbfrfnb rr rn r r r r r f bnbnrr rn nn nt fnfrbbfrf bfbff nnnrb rfnrfn nfrnrn bffrrb bbfbrr r rbrn nbfnr nftnbr rbbf tnbrrn brrbr bfrn nfrrbr rbfrn rrfrf nrfnr rrt nf r bnrb bnntbn b r fntb f f r r fr r ff rrfnftrbbff rbnbnn rffnn fnft b f frb nrnr fnfnr nft t ff tftt tt ff nf nff bnffnn nbfnn nfnnb nn n fnf trbbffrbn bnnrff nnfn n n fnf nfnf nn rff fr r trrr r nrffn ffnf fnbbnfnnn ff n nrffnn n nrnnnn f fffnf bfnf nrnrnr ffn nf f nnfn nr nnrb nr ffnnbf f ff nrnr nf n nb ffrfr nffn t t fr tr fnnf nnf rnf trtbt t r f ntbb b rrr nnnfr rrr nn rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntrbb f rfrft brrb bbftrfbbnb nbnbb ttbnrrn rfbbbrnbnbn rbnnnf btrn bnnftbbt nb tt nn t tt tttb t tt tt fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trrtfb bnn trnn bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r nbnbrn fbnrb tbbb b

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n n n r ffnftbrrb rnnbr nfnnbr nf b r tbb nn rnr rfnnnnfffnr rbrnn rbbbfn rfnnbb nrb nnbr nn rnrb brrnn rbn nfbrbrn nnr fnnfn frrn fbbrrf rnbrfn r nrb rbbrnfn t nbrrn tn rbnnbr n r nfnrff rr rbrnn nbrr brrb fnrrnrb rnbr r rnnbrnn rr nbnr brnnnnn nnnfr rr rnrnn brnrn rn nn nr rbnnbr n rrbrfn n bbn rrr nbrn nrnf fnbbrr rrbrf n rrnnr b r nrf b r fntbn tbt ff f f frf ff rff f f rf ffntbbbnbfb fbfbbnf tfbbtff bftnfntf bb b nntt ntntt bntnb rffftbf rbrf nfbfbf tbfnbbb tbttf btnbfrt brtfttf bfrfb bbbrtf brfbtnf tbbrtbtnfb bttfttr rbrbtr btnbfttf bbttfr fbrtfft fftbbr tftrb ft brfb f tnbt btff rtbrtt btffb bf brf fb bbftt trrbfrt bnntbn b r fntbb f rr r r ffr ff ff f fffftr frr ff f rfrr rrnttbtb rrrr rrrrrnr bttrrrr tf rfr f rbbrr b b b ffbb rrfr brr frbr rrnrfb rrr frrbb rfrrnrb ttbrfrnr rrrf rb r f rr r r f frr f r frr fr fr rrbr rrr frrrf f r nrrr r ffrb r rfrfr r frrr r rrnrbtt rb t rfff rbr rb rn br rrrrbt rrr rt t nrrf trtbt rfntbn tntn f f f f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnrf rffbf r fntbntntn 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rtnn rf n rfn rn fr b tt t t t t brrf nbbn brnn n tnbrr rb frn frnrf bfr nrb rfr nf frn nfnrbfb t nrrnfbr brbbnfrfr nnrbnfbfnnr bbrbfrnnbf nfnrfbrfn nnnnnbbnfn rbfrbrfrnf rnnbfrnrf nrfnf nnrf fbrfn tnbrr rrr nn n r rrfnbbr nfbbffnbrbnfb bn nrrrfbrf rnrrbfn nbbrbrn rnfbrbnf rb bnrb r r f r fn tn nb nn nn nr r tnb rbr nb nn rfnrtbfrf ntnnrn rffbfr nbf bbnn bbrbbbfrfn rfnftnbrbf rfnr fbrr rrbfbrf frf bnb rfbnr nfbrbffbfr rnfb rrnrf rnnnnf rn nnbfbn rnbfrbtbfr f br r rf n rfr n rr n rfr n fr f t n n n b tt t t t t brrf nbbn brnn n tnbrr rb frn frnrf bfr nrb rfr nf frn nfnrbfb t nrrnfbr brbbnfrfr nnrbnfbfnnr bbrbfrnnbf nfnrfbrfn nnnnnbbnfn rbfrbrfrnf rnnbfrnrf nrfnf nnrf fbrfn tnbrr rrr nnn rrrfnbbr nfbbffnbrbnfb bn nrrrfbrf rnrrbfn nbbrbrn rnfbrbnf rb bnrb r rfnntfffb t r r r r r r f r r r bt rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tntttn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbft rfntt bbbn r rt r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn rnn t t t t t nnn nfbb 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r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n f f f f rfrntbtrrrf trbtb rbrf rbrft nrfbtrtbr bbtrb t rf bbbtrb tbrrfnbnbr rtrtr b ttrf r r rr rtrrfffr rbbfrbr rrfftb nbb rf r rtbtr r bbbb nb rbrrftbntb rfrfbrfrf nbnbrbrfr rfntr rfrbrf trrbnt rrfnnf rf brb bt tr r bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b n trtbt r fntbt tb frrr ff ff ff rfnftbnbfn ntbbnf tttt ftbbbnf b ttnf b fbfbt ffttb tbftbbt b btb bnbftnt bbnb ntnb nbnbb tnrbr bfrr f f b f r bb rf f frf frt rff r r r ffrt rfr f ff rff t bfbf nbb bbr bb bnb tbb rbt n ff frff ff bfrnbt nbtnt bbbttbb rrtnrb tbfttb bnbbfbrbnbt btnnntn btbbtb ftnbfnt bftbfbfn ttftbb n nbbfnf bfrrtb frbttntb btb nfrrtnnn tnbft bbr fnrbr bnntbn btn r fntbt bbb n f ffr r fffr r rr f f n fffr r fr bbf rt f rf nt bftf ft rbntt btbrfrn tbn rn n f rf r r rr f rf r nbb r rtbtr nfrf fnf r trnt nr r fnr rf r bt b t t bb b b brf bt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b bb n trtbt r fntbb tbt frrr ff ff rfnftbtf tbbbnf btt nf bfbfb tfft tbtbftb btb btb bnbftnt bbnb ntnb nbnbb tnrbr frr f f bf r bnf bb rf f frf frt rff r r r ffrt rfr f ff rff t bfbf nbb bbr bb bnb tbb rbt n ff frff ff bfrnbt nbtnt bbbttbb rrtnrb tbfttb bnbbfbrbnbt btnnntn btbbtb ftnbfnt bftbfbfn ttftbb n nbbfnf bfrrtb frbttntb btb nfrrtnnn tnbft bbr fnrbr bnntbn bt rfntbn ttnt rrr f f f f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnr tntbn rffbf r fntbnttnt nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf rbfb frf rfnbrrf rfnfnn bnbrf bnrr ffr rnf nnbfb nrnbfrb tbfrfnb bb r b r b r r r r f bnbnrr rn nr nnn fnfrbbf rf bfbf f nnnr b rfnrf n nfrnrn bffr rb bbfbrr r rbr n nbf rf nftnbr btfn tnbrrn nfnrbfb rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn bt r ff ntbbb ntb f r b rf rnt rnb r tt b f ttbt ttt f b t b b f ttbt tt t btb f rfntbn ttb rrr f f rr f f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnr tntbn rffbf r fntbnttb nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf rbfb r f rfrfnbr rfrfnf nnbnb rfbnr r f frrnf n nbfbnr nbfrbtbfr fnb n r n r f bnbnrr rn n nnn fnfrbbf rf bfbf f nnnr b rfnrf n nfrnrn bffr rb bbfbrr r rbrnn bf rf nftnbr btfn tnbrrn nfnrbfb rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bnntbn bt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r frr f f n f rff ntb rff ntb f t t t tt rft t tr r r bb rr b nbb r rtbtr tt r t t t b r bfr t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r nfff n trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r r r f f n ff rf rf f ntbnbnnnt bn nntb nntb ntnn bbnb b ntb bbn nntn nbnbn b t rf r r rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r rtbtr bn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt nt bnb b n n bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r f n trtbt t r fntbt bb nt f ffr r frr f f n rfn tb trr n tbb f nn t n b ttr r r bb rr nbb r rtbtr r r n nrrt nt rr r r r rrt rf brrtb btbr r r frn rr n trtbt b r fntbt bbtt n f ffr r frfr r f f n rf ntb rf ntb f t trfr t tt rfrffrr tt b tttr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr tt f nftrfr n ftrfr nt fffb rff rff r trfr rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r f n n trtbt b r fntbt bbb nt f ffr r fr r f f n f r rf nttbb f rrf nttb f t t ttt r r r bb rr n nbb r rtbtr t rtt r tt ttt n tt tt n t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r tt n trtbt rf ntbb bt f r ff f f rfnrttrb frtfnnn rnt ffr nn nn rfrfnrf nfbrfnnrbr rfnn nrf nrnffr tbnrfrnn ntrrtnf rbnt nnfnb rnfrttrb frtfn bf f f f f rf fbnfrtfrff fntr rfbnrfnb nfrnrn fftrrtf rbrr rrbnnt nfrrrn rrn trnnt nfbnrf nn nrr nf rt r r r frf rf nr f f f rft f bfff btbfnb ttb nr tftbt bb r fntbt bb nb f ffr r r r f f n f rf ntb r f rf ntb r f n n tt tnt tt ttt t b ttr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr t r r rn n n rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n r n trtbt r fntbt bbt n f ffr r rr f f n f f rfrntbtrrrf trbtb rbrf rbrft nrfbtrtbr bbtrb t rf bbbtrb tbrrfnbnbr rtrtr b b trff r r tbb rr rtrrfffr rbbfrbr rrfftb nbb rf r rtbtr r bbbb nb rbrrftbntb rfrfbrfrf nbnbrbrfr rfntr rfrbrf trrbnt rrfnnf rf brb bt tr r bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r frr f f n f r f f r f f ntbtn t nt rnt bn ttt t nt tt nbb tt t br r r bb rr ttnnnt tnt tnn nbb n r rtbtrt tt bt tnb nttnntn bbtnt nbt tnttn tbt nbbtn ffn tt fr f t ttr rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bb nb f ffr r r r f f n f r fn tb n r fn tb n f b t n tr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr t tt t t ft f t ftt t rn t rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r t fn n trtbt r fntbt bb nb f ffr r r r f f n rfntb rfntb f b bbbfft tbr r r bb rr nbb r trtbtr b btb btb bbbfn bb bb ftb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r btt n trtbt r ff ntb n t bn bbnt r f rfnttbrttb rr ffr fr ff rf ntt r f rr nbbbn btb nn nt r t rrr f ntn nb tfr t t f r n f nt nt tnt n tt b nttt r bbn

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r fntbt bbt n f ffr r fr r f f n rffn ft b rffn ft f nn n bb bf b bbrf r r rr nbb r rtbtr b t rrt n nfrt ffrff t n rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r nf n trtbt b r fntbt bbtb nt f ffr r rr f f n f rfntbt ff rfntbt f t f t n ttr r r bb rr r nbb r rtbtr fb f b ft ffnr r tb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r bb fn n trtbt r fntbt bbb n f ffr r ff rr f f n ff r r f fnftbbnfff nbfb ffnr frfnb tfbfbfr nnbfrnr nb rfn nrnbf bffttf fbnfnbf n br r r bb rr nfbnfffn fnfnf nffb nbb f r rtbtrnf nn tn nfffbtb fnrnrffnf ttfnfnf ftbfn nfnnff nbfftbn ffttn r f r nfnr nb bf f nrn rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f ffr r rr f f n ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf f bb f fb ff f ttr r r bb rr nbb r rtbtr frr rfrr rbr bff nftn f f fb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r fbr ffr n trtbt r fntbb tbnt fff r fr ff ff rr r r r ffr r f f ff t frtt f rf nt bfttf ft rbntt btbrfrn tbn rn n f tbnbbr ff r r b nbn rr f rf r bbtt r rntbnr nfrf fnf r trnt nr r fnr rf r bt b t t bb b b brf bt rr r r r rrn rf btrrntb tntr r rbb b b bnrntbn b r fntbt bb n f ffr r r r f f n f b frbbt f rf nt bftf ft rbntt btbrfrn tbn rn n f rf r r rr f rf r nbb r rtbtr nfrf fnf r trnt nr r fnr rf r bt b t t bb b b brf bt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r b bb n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f ffr r rr f f n ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf ff rfr fnftnrfb rtf f bb f fb ff f r r r bb rr nbb r rtbtr frr rfrr rbr bff nftn f f fb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r fbr ffr n trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r r r f f n f r r r f fnftbbnfffnb fbf fn fnbt fbfbfn nbfn nb fnrn nbfbf fttffbnf nbfn b rf r r rr nfbnfffn fnfnf nffb nbb f r trtbtr nf nn tnn fffbtb fnnffnf ttfnfnf ftbfn nfnnff nbfftbn ffttn f nfn r nb bf f nn rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r r n trtbt r fntbt bbtt n f ffr r frfr r f f n t r bbb f rf ntbr b bf tbb bfftb tf t t bt br r r bb rr f f nbb r trtbtr rtf rtr fr bftb tf fr rtf rf f b b b f b rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r f rr f f n f r ff nttn b r ff nttn b f ntt tt tr ff r r t bb rr nbb r rtbtr r tt r tt n r t t t ntt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r ftt n trtbt r fntbt bbtt nb f ffr r rr f f n f rfnt r ff rfnt r f bbbbb b bbf bfttb brbrbf rbff rrttr ttfb frbr rbbb bbrb r r r bb rr bbbb bbb bb nbb b r rtbtrb bbb bffbbb bbb bb bbb bb bbr nftt b nftt bf t bt bt ftnt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n n trtbt r fntbt bbtt n f ffr r frfr r f f n f rf f rf f f ntbnbnnntb nn ntb ntb ntnnb fbnb b fntfbb fbnn ntnnbn bnb tr r r bb rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r trtbtr bn bb b bnnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nnrtbt f rntf bnb ff fr fb n nf fbb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r f ff n trtbt r fntbt bb nt f ffr r rr f f n b frb f rf ntbr b bf tbb bfftb tf t t tr ff r r t rr f f nbb r trtbtr rtf rtr fr bftb tf fr rtf rf f b b b f b rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt btt n f ffr r fr r f f n f rff f rff f ntbnbnnntb nn ntb ntb ntnnb bnb bf ntbb bnn ntnnbn bnb btrf r r rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r trtbtr bn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt nt bnb b n nr bb rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r r b n trtbt r fntbt bb n f ffr r rr f f n rf rf f ntbtn t nt nt bnrr ttrt rrtr nt ttrr rnbb ttr t b rf r r rr ttnnnt tnt tnn nbb n r rtbtr t tt btt nb nttnntn bbtnt nbt tnttn tbt nbbtrn n tt t tt rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r fntbt btt n f ffr r frr f f n rfntb f f fnt f ff ntnt ff trf r r rr r nbb r trtbtr ff n nfnt nfnt f nntnbt r nn nn rt fn rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r ttnttt n trtbt t r fntbt b n f ffr r ffr r f f n ff rff f rff f ntbnbnnntb nn ntb ffntb ntnnb bnb bff ntbb bnn ntnnbn bnb br f r r tb rr bnbnntttnb nbtnbn bnntt nbb nt r trtbtr bn bb bb nnnt ntbbntntbnt nbntbn ntnb bntbbnnt bnnb nntbt ff nt ff bnb r fb nf nf bbff rr r r r rrt rfbr rb tbr r r n trtbt r ff ntb r f r f n t bn bbnt r f rfntbbrtbt rr ffr fr f rfrr r frf rf frf r rr n nn r t rrr f ntbn n btfr t tb f r n f nbt ntb tnt n btt b bnttbb r bbn

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rfnnttbt r r r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnrn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbf rffnftnfb b r r r r bnbt r fn rfntfttbnn ff fff b fft fnn nf r r f f ttntnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r fn nbtbnb ffr ftbnf fbb rffnftbf b r r r r r r fbt rfntfttbnn ff fff b fft fnn nf r r f f ttnttr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r fn nbtbnb ffr ftbnf fbn rfnntttbb b r r r r r r bfb r fb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnbtb n ffr fbtf fbb rfnntftb r r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n bf fbn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tntn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbb rf ntb f bbb rf nft tbnf tnn f rn rff bftn rf f t nn r nr nft nn ntn b b n n rn rn nt n b b b b b b b b fb bb bbb n n f rrf f bn bnf rt f nn bb rfnnttbff r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnntt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf ffb rfnn ttbb r r r r ftb rfntfttbnn ff ff f n n n n tt bbn n ftt tf n n n n r f f f tnn ff n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt n n r r ft tbnt n n ffr b fbtf ft r f nftbt bbb r f rf r n rrr nrtr b rr nr r r r r r rbf n br b b tb t rf nn ff nn n nbbbb n nb n f n trr rrn tb rr rnn br nnnr rn n r tr rf r n n rr rf f ff r rn nttbt rfnntftb r r r r btb r f r bb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bffb n n n ftt tf n r n r f f tntnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf f r f f fntb b r r ffrr r f f rfnrtbfrfn tnnrn rffbfr nnbb nnbfbbrb bbfrfnrfnf tnbrbft brbfbrft rf r frfrbn brfbn rrnrf rnnnrf nftnbrr nfrn nnbfb nrnbfrb ntbfrfn b r r r f f rtbtr f r r n nn rfnt tt t t t t t rbrnn brnn tnbrrn brfnr bn nfnrbfb fbrfn b nbrfnr brbtnbr nfnrbfb rfntrb nbnfrbb bbrr nnbfnn t t bnrb trtbt t r ff ntbn tbn f r r r r r rf f f r r b n rffrntfbfrnrf bbb f nftfbrf nfbtffbrfrnbnb fffftnbn ffnrbt rffffbf nbnrbffr bnfbrf nbnf ffbf rnnf nnbntrf rnnbnrnf fbfnrfftnb fnbrnfrf fnbrf nbtfrnftfn b nff rbrfbrfnb nb fffftnb n ffnrbt rfff fbf nbnrbf fr bnfbrf nb nt ffbf rnnf nnbn tr frnnb nr nftfnffb fftnbrf fnf tfbtftnbfnb fnnb b nrt ffnn bbtbf ff nnnnrnb bffbf btnt nrfnf bnntbn b r f ntb t rn nn nnnfr n n n rfntb nn n rfntb n br b rftt nn n br b rftt n t rfnn nn n t rfnn n nntt rfntb nn n nntt rfntb rrr f rf t rnr n r nr f r rr r r nn r b fr f brnbn r n b rfnb r r t r nr rfnbrbt nbb r bbttf ntn ttb rfnntfffb r r r r r r r f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r f f tnttt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ffb rff nftbnf r r r r rr r ff rfntfttbnn ff ff f ntn t fnn nf r f f f ttntrnt ff n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt r tbr bfn tnn ffr b fnf ft r f r n tb b f f ff tt r tt nt rt t rfnrftbnrf brftbbtbnbn brbtrbtnbb rftbfbbtfrbn fb nnbt rfrftnrfb nfntrbbf rbrf rft bbbftrfrb bbnbb rftbttbnr bbnfrbbfffr rnfbbbt trbrnrfbb brnbnbnnfb trnrfrbn nftbbtnbr bnfrtfrt bf nr r rf t rf brbt trrtfb bnn trnnbb nbbb ntrr r bbbftbrn bftbrnrf bbbbfbrb nbrbb rfr bbnfb bftbrn nfbnrf t b t b bb t t t bnrb bb rfnnttfbb r r r r r r t f rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ff

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rfntt bn r r r fntbtnb r n t ttn t tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bb nt 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 fn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfnnttbf t r r r r r r bf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n n ftt tbf n r n r f f tnntn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf f rfnntttbt bt r r r r r fb b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n fb fn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fb rfntt bb r r fntbtnb r nt ttn t 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 fn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn b rffnfttb b r r r r tt rfntfttbnn ff fff b bfftb fnn nf r r f f ttntrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bfn ntn ffr ftnf ft rr f ntb b fr n fr n rrfnt rbbrft brtt tfrr frb nfnfnt b fnn b ft rbr bbbbr frbt r r r rr r rbb bbb r b rbrb brbb b brr fnfnfn fn r bb r b t t b b bb t frf rrr frfb bt b nb frb t rb brbb rfnnttbb r r r r r r fbfbbf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n b bftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf ft rfnntftbt r r r r f b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n bbn ftt tf n r n r f f tntnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf f rfntt bbbn t rrt r fntbtnb n tr ttn tt f t r tr f bn r n t t t t bb nt 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 fn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r fntbtnb n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r nb t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn r fntb t ff frff fff ffr ff fr ffb r f b f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt nrfr trbr f r n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt f tr nt f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr fr r rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt brbb rfntbn tbt f f fff f rr rfnrtbfr fntnnr ntbn rff bf rfntbn tbtnnf nbfrfnrf nftnbrbf f b rbfbrff b frf nbrrfrf nfnnb nbrfb nrrrfnf nnnrf rnnnr nf nnbfb nrnbfrb tbfrfnb r r r r rr f bnbnrr rn btn fnfrbbf rf bfbf f nnnr b rfnrf n nfrnrn bffr rb bbfbrr r rbrnn bfnr nftnbr rbbf tnbrrn brrbr bfrn nfrrbr rbfrn rrfrf nrfnr rrt nf r bnrb bnntbn b rfnnttfbf b r r r r fb r fb r r bb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n f fn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnttr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnbtb n ffr fbtf fb rfntt bb rr rr r fntbtnb n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rnb t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r fntbtnb r r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r nbn t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfnnttfbb r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n bffb n n nb ftt tf n r n r f f tnntr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fb r fntb tt rr ff f fff fff ffbn r b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt f rr r rf r br f r n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt f tr nt t t 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 brbb t

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rfnntftb r r r r fbf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbt rfnntftb r r r r ftf rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tbf n n r n r f f tntn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr fbtf ff rffnfftbb r r r r bf rfntfttbnn ff fff b nn n tfnn nf r r f f ttntt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br fn bnn ffr fnf ftbb rfnnttbt r r r r r rr rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tnnnr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbt rffnnfttb b r r r r bt rfntfttbnn ff fff b bbtftf f fnn ntf r r f f ttnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br fn bntn ffr ftnf fb r f ntb nrtt nn rr nnr ttf n rrn fn nrnn t rfntb n ttn t ntn rbr n nr n t tntrn rnt rrntt rt r ftn ft rnrtt nn bt bt tr nrt nnt rnnn n b f bbb b b bb b b frnn ttb brntnr rnn bbb rb bb trb bf tb rfnnttbb b r r r r r rrrrr r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br ft btnt n ffr ftf fbf rfnnttbb r r r r r fft rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n ftt tf n n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttbbt r r r r r r r ft rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt btn n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf f rfnn ttbt r r r r fff rfntfttbnn ff ff f n n n n btt n n b ftt tf n n n n r f f f tnnrn ff n f nt f nnt rnr f nt fn rtnrtt n n r r ft tnt n n ffr b ftf fbt rfnnttb b r r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnnrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf f rf ntb nn nnn n n rr nnn nt tt t r ffrfrnrtr brfrnrtr frrff rfrf frfffrr tffrnrtr fffff rffff rrf rrfr frffrf fffrff bb rrff frftrf ffrrf r ttt rt tt tt ttt ttt t fff n t ffrfrr fffff tfrffrf rrf nr rfr rrftf f r frfff ftr ffff rrf r ffrtf fn ftf ftffrffr ffffrf r frfr fr b fn b bb ffn fnf t rfnnttbf r r r r r b r r rr r r rr rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt btn n b ftt tf n n r n r f f tnnt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tbntb n b bffr ftf ff rfnntftbff r r r r r fbfb rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tntnrtt f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttfbb r r r r tbt b r r ffbt rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n tt tn n bftt tf n n r n r f f tnntrr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r br bft tnt n ffr ftf ff rfnnttb r r r r r r n rfntfttbnn ff fff b n n n n ffb n n f ftt tf n r n r f f tnn f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r r ft tnt n ffr ftf fbff rffnftfb t r r r r b rfntfttbnn ff fff b bbff ffb fnn nf r r f f ttntrtr f f n f nt f nnt rnrf nt fn rtnrtt r btr tfn bnn ffr fnf fb

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rfntt bb r r fntbtnb n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn r n t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt bb r rr r r fntbtnb r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r fntbtnb r r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r nn t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbb rt r r fntbtnb n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b rt rt rt r fntbtnb r r r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rnn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb t r r fntbtnb r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r fntbtnb r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r r fntbtnb r nr t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bn r r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bbb rr r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn b rfntt b r rr r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt bb r r r r r fntbtnb r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn r t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn n rfntt bbnb r r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn rbn t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn

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r ff nttbn f r f r r f r f f r rr f r r r n rrfnrtt brtfr br r rr rf rr rr f r n r r t t tntn t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf n tt nt r nntn bt rfntt b t r fntbtnb r r rn t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r n t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn r ff ntbbb b r b r r b f b bb b fr b f f r b b fr r b r rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f b b r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntb bn r r f b f f fr f f r f f r r r b rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f f r r t t nbb t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf nb n tb r bbb r ff ntbbb nb r f r fb fr b f f r b fr r b r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f rb b r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r r ff ntbbb nb b b fb rb b fb f b r r rrb fb r r b r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f rrb b b n f r r t t n t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r rfntt bn r fntbtnb r nr tt tnt tf t r tr f bn r nn t t t t bb nt 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 fn n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nnbn rfntt b r r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t n nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn r ff ntbb tbn fr f f r b n rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f fbt r r t t ntbn t rrt tr t fff f t r t tf n btt nt bb r bnntbn bt r ff ntb r r f r f n t bn bbnt r f rfntbbrtbtn rr ffr fr f rfrr rf frf rf frf rr n bn r t rrr bf ntbn n btfr t tb f r n f nbt ntb tnt n btt b bnttbbb r bbn r fntb b fr r ff ff ff ff ff b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f fr f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt rtr ff nr f nr rf rfntr f r f n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt 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 brbb nt rfntt bnn rr r fntbtnb nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn r t t t t t ntn nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nnbn rf ntbb tt fr b t f f rfn tnbnb bbt fbbb n b tn bf bnbb nf n n n b bf n nft r n n n n bt tt n tb tn br n n b n fb b n b b bb r f ntb b nnn nn n nn rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntr bbf rfrft brrbbbftrf bbnbnb nbbttbnr rnrfbbbr nbnbnrbnn nfbtr nbn nftbbtnb r bbr n rf fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trrtfb bnn trnn bb btnrbt rn bbnfb brffb rb r nbnbrn fbnrb tbbb b r f ntbb rrr nnnfr rrr fn fn fn rfntb b rtntr b r n rn n rf rtt tt t ntn t t b bn b frn bt ft rtt bb btbbt b ft b b t t t t b tbbb rf rfffntbtntbf ffbfn fftbbftbfff bff ffbbfff f n f fn nn fnf ntnn nt n ntn nn n n nnn n b n nf n f n b nt f fnn b n nn ftbff ffbbfb ff fbftbffbf ffbtbtb bbfb t rfntb rfntbf tbnbf fbfrtbfttrfn bbrtf bf n bfrfnf bf bnb bfftn btn tbfbb btbfnnbft nb nf ttnb nb bt n rtfntfn rbtb rbn tt

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r f ntbnttnt f ff ff ff f f f f f r fr rffn tffffbr tftf frft rfn fff rfr fff bb t tf b t ffb b fb bb ftftf ff nbnnf frf tffn tffftff ffftf fff bbtt bntbnf fffrf ftn rftffftft tttf ffn rftfff ffrrf n bff fnf ft rf ff fnf ft rf rf frftfn tf ftffn ftffn ffnf ft rff ntbn rfb rf ffrb bb b bbrf ftb fb fb b f tb n fn tb nrf fntbn rfbrf ffr bbb f tbn b fb brf ffr rfff rbb bn f ntb rfb ff rf ffr rfff rbb bn rff ntb n fntb nrf ftb n rff tb rfftb rf ftb rff tbn rfftb nb bb ffbb bbb fb fb rf nf tbr n b n bnn nn tbb r bb br f tb r nr b b n n tbb f f brf nr b b tbb b n bn n bn n b nn b n tb bf r n rb b tb rf r n b n b tbb br b rfnt bnt ftf ftn ftnf tnnbn fntnfn tnfntn fb nttn t ftrfn tnffb nt tnt ft fnf tfntn fntnf bn bnt t tttt f ntnttf ntnf bnt bnn fntnf bftrf ntbn t ftf nf ntnf fb ntbn t ftrf ntbn t ftf ftn rftnf tnnbn fntnfn tnfntn fb nttn t ftrfn tnffb n ttnt ftfn f tnfft r tr tr nbnfntn fntn fbn bnt t ntn ttfntn fntn fbn bn tt tfn bnfn fn tnfn f ntn ttfnbn fntnf bn bnt rfn bnfn rfntn fnf r b ttt fntf btft t t tntft nfntnn tttfn fn nrftn t rfrnrtbr tt tt bt tttt tt bnt b tt nrr tftff r rtt rt tr r rrt t rrt r rtrr nrrrn t n rtr tttrrtr t rrrntr nn nrrr ft rrt rrr rrn nnnf n rfntt bnn r r r r fntbtnb n tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rb t t t t bb nt 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 n n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nbn n rfnttb f rfnfrn tb rr ff frf f tf b bfb nr rn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbn f rr rr rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbnn b r f r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn rfntnbb ntb r f rr rr rf rr rr rr rrr rr rf r r rrrr r rrrr r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r rrfr rrb rf f r rrfrnt brntr rrr rnt ttttt rr nt f nn rb b r r nt tb r r f r rtt tt tt rnt t rtr t trt t t trr fr nt tr nt t f f fr frn t n r rr r r r rrrf r b rr r fr tn nbnr r rb b r r rrr rb ttf tnt tt rfnttb f rrt r rfrf ntb n rffr rfr fr 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn rfnttbnn b r f rfnfrn tb t tr f ffr ff tf b bfb nr rn 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 bfn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nbn nb rfnttbnn f r rr 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nnb rfnttb f t rfrf ntb n n n rffr rfr fr 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn rfnttbbbn r f r rfrf ntb 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 ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn r fntb btb fn r r ff frr rr f rrfnrtb frt btr rr rft rt rfttt rff fr r tr tr r n fr rtt r ttt r tbb f fff ffrrf b ff f br ff tt rr t r ft r tft b fb rrf rt rb f f r rtbt t r ff ntbn tbnt f r f f r fr r r b n rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr bf t b rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr b rf bntbn bn rfntbbtt bt rrt rrr rrrr rr rrrrt r r rrrr r r btr f r fr r bbnf f rfnrtbrfrfff trtff rttt n nn nn nn fbfrtr rfrbfr bffrfb b rt rt r r b r f trrfrbftf rrbrtrr brfrrftrt bfbf bfbtfr trrttbt rrbr rrtbbf btrrt bbfbtbr bffrrbbfb rrbt frrfrf rbrrrtrbr fbfbtfrbr brrrrrbtr rbrrfrrbft rrbrrfrbf rbfrbbf fftr rfbt n bfr rrbb n rr r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f bb b rfnt bb rb r br brt t frfb tn btbn r n r rbn btt t bt r rfntb bb t rrtt rbbb nfnfn fn nf ffnnfn fnfn fn ffnfnf fnnf ffnnfn fnf tr rfntbb b

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rfnttb f r rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttb f rfrf ntb n n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbb f rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbb f rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rf ntb ff f r f r rf rfntb rfr rf tbr bnr rrnnrn brrfrb brrr rr ntnnrtb nbrtfbr rrnrrrrf rrbb bn rrrrn rbbrnnb rf f tf f rf nbrf frt ffrr frr nrrrf r rrrnr nnr rfrr rrnrr rrnr bnrrnr rrt nrrrf rnfrrr nrnnrbr frn rnrrrn fr n rrrb rfnrf r r r r frf rf nrf f f rft f ff f tbfnt btr r f r rr f r n n f rf ntb ff f r f f rfntb rfr rf tbr bnr rrnnrn brrfrb brrr rr ntnnrtb nbrtfbr rrnrrrrf rrbb bn rrrrn rbbrnnb rf f tf f rf nbrf frt ffrr frr nrrrf r rrrnr nnr rfrr rrnrr rrnr bnrrnr rrt nrrrf rnfrrr nrnnrbr frn rnrrrn fr n rrrb rfnrf r r r r frf rf nrf f f rft f fff tbfnt btr r f r rr f r n n f r ff ntb n t bn bbnt r f rfnttbrtt rr ffr fr fr f rr bn bbb f r t rrr f ntn nb tfr t t f r n f nt nt tnt n tt b nttnn r bbn rfnttb b f rrt r rfrf ntb n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnbb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbn f r rfrf ntbn rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfntt bnn r r r fntbtnb nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rnn t t t t bb nt 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 n n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nbn n r fntbt fffrr r r ff fr nff f rfrn tbf rrr bbr f rbrr rr tr ffr br r f r bbr b r rttt r b b r r r rn brrr frf r r rrr r fbr r ff n frf n fnftn bfr rr r frr brr rr bb rbbf rtbt t rfntt bbn t r fntbtnb n tr ttn tt f t r tr f bn rnb t t t t bb nt 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 n n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nbn n rfnttbn f rr r rtr rfrf ntb n n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbn f rr r rtr rfrf ntb n n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnbbn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nb rfnttbbn b f rt rfrf ntb rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn rfnttbb f rrr rfrf ntb n r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn

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rfnttbbb rr f r 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nnn rfntbtt bbnt r f rr rr rr t b rt r r r r rrr rrrrt rrrt rrrrrr rt rrrr r f r rrfrnt brntr rrr rnt ttttt rr nt b rrr f r r r f bnf bnnt rtt tt tt rnt t rtr t trt t t trr fr nt tr nt t f f fr frn t n r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f bb bn r ff ntbntbnt r r f r f f r r f r r f fr r r b n r rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr n n rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr b rf bntbn bn rfntt bbb r r fntbtnb r nr t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nbn nn rfnttbb n r f r rfrf ntb n rffr rfr fr 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 ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nb rfnttbnn f rr rr rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbn f t r rfrf ntb rffr rfr fr 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfntt bbnn rr t rrr r r fntbtnb r r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nbn n r f ntb nrtt t ft tf f n n nnn t t nn rfnrftbbbf nbnbrbtrbt rftbfbbt frbn nbnnb trfrft nnfntr bbf brfrft fr fr rbbbbftrf bbnbnb nbbttbnr nf r rnrfb bbrnbnbnb nnftbbtnb rbnfrtr frtbffrftbf rbfnf ntrn n t t b nnt t n t trrtfb bnbn trnnb b rbb ntrrn nfbnrf bnfnrtb bnf bnrb rfnttbn f r r rfnfrn tb t r r ff frf f 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 bfn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nbn n rfntt bn r rt r r fntbtnb nr t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn rn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nbn n rfnttbbb r 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 ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn rfntbbtt nbt rrt rrr rt r f r rrbt f r rrr rrr rr rfr r f f r f rrf r fn ftbbbt t b rrf rr bb bb bftb bt t r br r f t tbbtbb tbb rf b b bbt btbr bbb t b fbftb bbtb rbbb bb bbnb tb tbb ftb rbb fbfbtftb rf frfr tfb r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f bb bnb rfntb f fffn rf rn ntbrr n r rr r n rrr b f n f f n n t t t n tf f t t t rt t r r r rb bf bbfb ft ff r ff ntbbb nb f fb b f f rfn tbt rr fr r nr r r rr b b b rr fr r nr n r r r n r n t frr t b rf rfnttb tttbn r f f f f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnrn rffbf r fnttbtttbn nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf r f brbfbrf rfrf nbrrf rfnfnn bnbrf bnrfbfnf ntn r rrnrf rnnnnn bfbnr nbfrbtbfrf nb r r b r f bnbnrr rn b nn fnfrbbfrf bfbff nnnrb rfnrfn nfrnrn bffrrb bbfbrr r rbrnn bfrfnf tnbr rfnfrf tnbrrn rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bntn bn rfnt bb rb r br brt t frfb tn btbn r n r rbn btt t bt r rfnt fb n fnf ffnfn ff ffnnfn ff ffn ffnnfn f f fn ffnfnf nfnfn f f f ffnnfn fffn f ffnnfn fffn f ffnnf f ffnfnfn f ffnnfn ffnf ffnnfn ffnf ffnnfn ffnf fnf n n ffnnfn ffnf fnf nf tr t

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r ff ntbbb nb f fr b f f r r r f r f f r r r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f f b n r r t t t rrt tr t t fff f f r t tf b n ntb b r f rn tbn ntntt tt ftt t tt ftt tr ttr r n r rbb btrn bbfbr t bbbbr ntn n t t rfrntbb nrnftnrtb frfnbbf bnttbft n bfrbrfbbbr nfrbtntffnt rtbfnft ntbnt rtffnrtf fbnbftbfn btbtntt ftntrft nbtbfnfttr nbttntbnt n nftntbb nnftffnt rtbfbrfb bbbntb ffnnttnr btnbfntf fnfnb tbfnf btf ffbnbfbtn rnftnrtbb b nr t r f rt t rfr t fr n bfbf tf r r 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 fn nf bbftfntb rbfnnttr rb bnn ntn rn br rfntt bbb r r fntbtnb r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn rbn t t t t t nnnt nfbb rnb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nbn nn r fntb btt fr r f b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt rrr rf r tr f r n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt f tr nt t t f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr fr r rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt rbb b rfnn tbtt rr rr n r fntbtnb nn n tr ttn tt f t r tr f bn r n n n n b bn n ftt rtb n f n n n tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n n n n r ttbn t n n bfttt bt rfntt b r r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nbn nb r ff ntbb f r r fr b f f r fb r rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f ttf b b b nt tt fb b n b r r t t tn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tf b b b ntt bt b nn r ntn n r f ntb nrtt nn rr nnr ttf n rrn fn nrnn t n nnrn n nn rnn t nn rfnrfttrbfr tfr rfffr nn nn rfrfn nfbnrf rfrf fr r frfn nn nrnf rr tbnrfrnn ntnnf nbrnfr ttrbfrtfbf rffrf nfbnrn n t t b nnt t n t brrf nn rbnnt br nrrn nfbnrf nfnr nf nr rfntt bbb r r fntbtnb r nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t t nr bbt nb t t bfttt nbn nn rfnttbn f rrr rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r 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 ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n r fntbt bb r r r r r r r r r r f rfnftbtbt ftbbbnft tbnn nrbrnf ttbftbbt bt bbnbtrnbt tttnt nfrfnbnt btrbrbt nbbbb nttnfn tnn nnrbt brbrtnbn nt r rff fr r trf rtfr br r t bfbf nbb ffrf r rnf bf rnb bt nnb bnt tbb rbt br btnbt tbt ff fb bfrnbt nbtnt bbbttbb rrtnr bt bfttbbn b bfbrbnbtb t nnntnbt bftnbt ttfbb tbb rbt t bbtnb bf rbnbft bf tbbr fnrbr rtbt b rfntt bn rr r r fntbtnb r r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn rnn t t t t t nnn nfbb rnb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t t tbt fn n n b b n t t n rb btnb t t bfttt nbn nn rf ntb f fnn nnn rn nn nrr rnnn n fnn n nn tttt ttt t rfrnrtr br rfrnrtr rrnrtr frr rr rrr trnrtr f rf frr rfrr rr rf rfrf rtr frr r tt tt ttt nt tt ttt ttt t tn tt rrr ftrr rr nr rrf rrt r r ftr frrf r rt n t trr r r frr r n n n t rf ntb nnnb bbb rfnt b b ntnttf b n ftb bfnt b b b bb b b b fr r ft r bb b bb fr r r fftn r r n r b ntn b r f rtn b rr bt bb nt bf bfff bf b bb rrrfn tfnb rrrn rf b fn frfb rf r r rffbf f fbr rfntb fbtt ff ft nt trbtt t n bfrn f rfn n b f rf f nr f f rf f nr f f b f nr f f f nr f f fr f nr f fff bntb b rfnt bb rb r br brt t frfb tn btbn r n r rbn btt t bt r rfntbn bbb btt rtr trb bb f ffnnf ffnnfn fnff ffnnfn fnff ffnf tr rfntbb bb r fr rnttb tnbn f fr r r rr rfnrttrbfr tfnnnr rfrbff rn nnn rfrfn nfbnr nrf nrrnffr r r rtnfrbn tnnf nbrn frttrbfr tfn tbr f r brrf nn rrbnnt fbnfrtfrff fntr rfbnrfnb nfrnrn fftrrtf brbrr r rrrr nfnrf fnr nrr nf bnrrnfr rbnfrfbrnt tnrnffnnrr fnfbnrf rfnnnbnn nnfnrfrrf rnfrnn ntfrn nfbnnr fnnf rbnbnnn nr nrftr n rn r rb nr bntn bn rfntbt tnb f f f f rr rfnrtbfrf ntnnrn rffbf rfntbttnb nnfnbfrf nrfnftnbr bf fbrbfbrf rf ntt r frfnbr rfrfnf nnbnb rfbnr fbfnf bb ntbnrrr nrfrnn nnnbfb nrnbfrb tbfrfnb n rr r r rb r r f bnbnrr rn bnb nn fnfrbbfrf bfbff nnnrb rfnrf n nfrnrn bffrrb bbfbrr r rbrn nbfrf nftnbr rfnfrf tnbrrn rrfrf nrbrff rbrft nf r bnrb bntbn bt

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r f r n tb tt nt nt t rfnrtbfrf ntnnr rffbfr n bfbbnn bbrbbbfrfn rfnftnbrbf t rrbf brf frfr bnb rfbnr nfbrbffbfr rnfb rrnrf rnnnnf rntr nnbfbn rnbfrbtbfr f f b r rr rb rb rrt tt t t t t brrf nbbn brnn n tnbrr rb frn frnrf bfr nrb rfr nf frn nfnrbfb t bt b bb t t bnrb r ff nttbt ntt r r fr f f r f r f r r r n rrfnrtb trtfr rr br rr rf rrb rr f ntf f t f r r tb t nntn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tfb bb n t t nt bntn btb r ff ntbt tbt nttb nttb r r r r r r r b n rrfnrtb trtfr rr br rr rf rrb rr f bn t nbt nbt t r nnn r r r tb t nntbn t rrt tr t t fff f f r t tfb bb n bt t nt bb bntbn bbt r fntb tb fr r f f b f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f r ff f ff ffr f rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt tttttr rnt trtr f r rf brf rfr f r n rtt tt tt rnt t rtrt t rtt t trr fr nt f tr nt t t f fr frn t n t f ff fr rf rf fff f r ffr fr nbr fr r rntbr ff f r f f fff f r rt rbb b r ff nttb b f f r f f r f rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f b f r r t t nntn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tf n tt bnt r ntn n r ff ntbb ttn r r r f r f f r r fr r r b n rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f f f bb r r t t nntbn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tf n btt nt bb r bntbn bb r ff nttb r r r r f f rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f t r f t r f r t t nbntn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tf n tt nt r bntn b r ff ntbb ttn f f r f f r r fr r r b n rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f bnn nbttbtb btn r r t t nntbn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tf n btt nt bb r bntbn bnt r ff ntbb tbbn f r f f r r f r r r b n rrfnrtb trtfr rr br rr rf rrb rr f n t t r r tb t nntbn t rrt tr t t fff f r t tfb bb n bt t nt bb bntbn bt r ff ntbb r r fb r b f f r b b fr r r n t rrfnrtb trtfr br rr rf rrb rr f nt b nn r r tb t ttnt t rrt tr t t fff f f r t tfb bb b t n b t b nn ntnt nnt r ff nttbt rf r f f r rrfnrtb trtfr br rr rf rrb rr f t nt r r tb t nbntn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tfb bb n t t nt bntn b r ff nttb t f r r rrfnrtt brtfr r rr rf rr rr f tb r r t t nntn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tf n tt bnt r ntn nn r ff nttbb f r f f r n rrfnrtb trtfr br rr rf rrb rr f t r tb t nntn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tfb bb n t tb nt ntn r ff nttb tt f r r n rrfnrtb trtfr fr br rr rf rrb rr f t f r r tb t nntn t rrt tr t fff f f r t tfb bb n t tb nt ntn r fnttb tttn ff f f f fr r fntb bbn bn rb nt ffr f nt b bb rb t tb b nt t bbn f f ffr f r f r rf ffr ffr f ntb f r ff f f frr r frrr b bntn bn r ff ntbbb n b b b b f f rf rf f f ff ff fr b f f r r r b b b fr r b r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f b b b tn tnn r b r r t t t rrt tr t fff f f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r t r ff ntbbb ntb f r b f f r b b fr r r rrfnrtt brtfr nt r rr rf rr rr f b b b b b n b rb r f b r r t t t rrt tr t fff f f t r t tf b b b n n tb b r

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rfntt bnn r rrt r r fntbtnb n nr nt ttn t tf t r tr f bn rb t t t t bb nt 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 n n n b b n t t t n r bbt nb t t bfttt nbn n rfnttb f rrt r rfrf ntb n rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r nn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbn f r r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbbb f r r rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n r f nnt tb rrf tntn t t rfntb rfr rf tbr bnr rrnnrn brrfrb brrr rr ntnnrtb nbrtfbr rrnrrrrf rrbb bn rrrrn rbbrnnb rf tfn r t r t rf nbrf frt ffrr frr nrrrf r rrrnr nnr rfrr rrnrr rrnr bnrrnr rrt nrrrf rnfrrr nrnnrbr frn rnrrrn fr n rrrb rfnrf fr ft tft f r nf tf nt tttt brf ttr ft rnt b tft ft f nr t ttt ftfr n tf tn n n rfnttbbbbn f rr r rfnfrn tb r rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr r t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f rr f bfn r rt r tn t n r n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbbn f r rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn nn rfnttbbb f r rfrf ntb rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnn t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n n nf ff ff n rb btnb t f nbn n rfnttbbn f rrr rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnb t t t bb nbnt t nfbb rnb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf rr r ftrfff n f n rb btnb t f nbn n r f nnt tb rrf tntn rfntb rfr rf tbr bnr rrnnrn brrfrb brrr rr ntnnrtb nbrtfbr rrnrrrrf rrbb bn rrrrn rbbrnnb rf tfn r t r t rf nbrf frt ffrr frr nrrrf r rrrnr nnr rfrr rrnrr rrnr bnrrnr rrt nrrrf rnfrrr nrnnrbr frn rnrrrn fr n rrrb rfnrf fr ft tft f r nf tf nt tttt brf ttr ft rnt b tft ft f nr t ttt ftfr n tf tn n n r fntbt ff frr r r ff rr nff rfrn tbf rrr bbr f rbrr rr tbr f r r rf r trbr f r bbr fr tbr rt r b b r r r rn brrr frf r r rrr r fbr r ff n frf n fnftn bfr rr r frr brr rr bb rbbf rtbt t r f ntb nrn ntnt tnn t tt tt t rfnt brrnt f r rrr trnt fr fr fr f rfr bb ff trfr r t t tt tt t t ttt t tt rr t r r rf tr rn f trr f trr f frt nt rt r rrr f r b nr b bb n n t rf ntbb bbb r fntbbt tbbt tt bt nb bnnbbb tnbtbt tb btn nbt btbbt tbbnbt bbtt btbtnb bt r bb tbbt tbttt tt b nbt nb ff f bbb tbt tbttt t n btnb tbnt b br tbb btbt nbtb btbt bbb r tnbbt ttbr bb btbt nrt bb rffn tfbftbbf bt tbbfbbb b bbr r rbrbbfb bbr bbfnn nbr r bbbftbfr nbr r bfftbbb r bff tbbbttr bf bbbb r rfbfbftb bbbbbb btbn tffb bbnbbb tbbffn bbffbbfnt bbbbbb tfftbnttb bfftbb ftbbffb rffntbtfn bnn rffntbb nb rrfrr ffrtn bbrr rrfrb nbfbr frrrt bn bbfrnntr tr r r r rrffrr r rfntbn n rfrn rfntrrnb rrrrnrrtrr rnntrrrrt rrrfntrrbb rtrrfrt bnfnntrrb rrffftrrfnffrt nrrftrr nrftrrnrt ntrrr brffftrrr rnftbbbbnrrrrt rrbtbtb bbbbbbbb btbbfrnnnt tbff fn r rf fntb ntbfbfnfbb ttbbtbt f r brr bttbb tbttbt rbbttbttfbt btbttrt btbrrbrbt nbb rfn rtbrfnntrbr rrrbnr r nntnnnn fr rrr nrfn n rfr frnftb fbtt fbbt r rf f r t r ffntbrb nrrf tbbr nrrn n t rn nnf f bt rfrrn ftttf rr b bff bb tt rfr frnftb fbtt fbbt r rf f r t r ffntbrb nrrf bbbr bnr frrfn nff rr b bff bb tb rfntb rfntbf tbnbf fbfrtbfttrfn bbrtf fb rnbfrf nfbfbnf nb bfftn btn tbfb bbtbf nnbft nbnf ttnb nfnbbt n bn rbtb rbn tf rfntb rfntbf tbnbf fbfrtbfttrfn bbrtf bfrfnf bf bnfnb bfftn btn tbfbb btbfnnbft nb nf ttnb nfnbbt bfn rbtb rbn tt r f ntbrr r n tt rf ntbnbn bbbbnf nbnb b r bnb r r r f tbnnbb nntbn nbbbn ntbnn bbnbtbnt bb nnn nntn ntbnbn tbnntb bbbbbnn bnnntf tbnbn ntnbf tntn bbn bb bnbf nbnbnbnt nbnb ntbn bbnt nbntf bnnnbntbn ntnnntnb tntnb n bbbnn bnbbnntbn bntnnn ntbnntbb nnntbnbnt bbnbnnt nb bnntb nntntnbn rfrrn trrf btrbr rnbrfr trrrr rrrfr br f rt br tb bbn rtrn r nr rbbt rtrbrr rb r tbtf rtf trbtr bbtrbrb btt nt tb n nrrbt rr rrn brrr nfnr b rbrffr rfn rbrtn bn bnt bbr rrrb trrf rr trr rrbn brf rb nnr rbb t rrrr b bb btf rtr rtf trt frrf nrrn rrbb brftr b rrft rrf ntr br rbr br rf bf r fn tb bb b b tr b b tb b tt btb rt