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Apopka police are looking for a black male in his mid to late 20s after the CFE Federal Credit Union, 847 S. Orange Blossom Trail, was robbed Tuesday, June 10, just before 3 p.m. The man is 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-11 and was dressed in a short sleeve purple polo shirt with a striped vest over the shirt. He handed an envelope to the teller with written directions to put money in the envelope. The teller complied and the man left the credit union. No weapon was seen or implied, police said. Police arrived and searched for the man without success. Those with information are asked to call 407-703-1771 or 1-800423-TIPS. Credit union robbed This week Section A Section B Section C Section DPublic Notices ....... 2A Opinion ............. 4A-5A Chamber gala ........ 8A Sports .................... 1B Legal ads ......... 8B,9B ..... 10B-12B Service Dir. ... 11B,12B Lifestyle ................. 1C Dining & Ent .......... 3C Bus. Rev .......... 6C-8C Legal ads ........ 9C,10C Legal ads ....... 1D-12D The Apopka ChiefVolume 92 Number 24Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, June 13, 2014 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief InsideGod Bless AmericaSportsSee the 100th anniversary edition of the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerces annual report inside. A local man has won his fourth consecutive professional bout. See page 1B. Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Report To The Community By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Wekiva High School, which has had only one principal since opening its doors in 2007, will be getting a new leader soon. Michele Erickson, 54, has been named to replace Dr. Elise Gruber, who will move to be the No. 2 per son in the North Learning Community until December when she plans to retire. Im just thrilled to be here, Erickson said. Its a great school. Im re ally anx ious to get start ed. I plan on Monday morning to meet with the leadership team. Erickson comes to Wekiva High from Edgewater High of Orlandos College Park area. She has worked with Orange County Public Schools for her entire career, starting in 1982. Prior to Edgewater, Erickson was principal at Glenridge Middle School in I have been in the junior high, middle school and high schools as a teach er, SAFE coordinator, assistant principal, and principal, Erickson said. All three of her chil dren are products of Orange County Public Schools, she By Roger Ballas Apopka Chief Staff Apopka resident and mother, Missy Touchet, has not been very happy since she received a letter May 1 informing her that her children are losing school bus transportation to Apopka Elementary School. All parents and guardians of students living in Lake Doe, Lake Doe Cove and Country Landing received the same let ter notifying them of the Orange County School Boards decision to eliminate the bus route serving the school. The area is within two miles ruled that the walking route from the neighborhoods, which includes along U.S. Highway 441 and its crossing with State Road 451, are not hazardous. In a letter mailed to Touchet from Cyndi Mendezi-Tindal, senior administrator for scheduling and GIS development in transportation services for OCPS, it stated, in part, that representa tives of various local governments and the school board conducted a review of the hazardous walking conditions report and concluded that the walk is now safe or would be by the start of school in the fall. Students losing bus service were at the following bus stops: Lake Doe Boulevard and West Marshall Lake Drive at the east end, Lake Doe Boulevard and Winding Cove Avenue, Lake Doe Boulevard and West Mar shall Lake Drive at the west end, Winding Cove Avenue and Dunn Cove Drive, Dunn Cove Drive and Lake Hill Place, Dunn By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Mayors Task Force, which held its second meeting Thursday, June 12, will likely change soon. After discussion about the Sunshine Law and the possibilcommittees about various topics at its meeting this week, the group agreed to have Mayor Joe Kilsheimer come up with a proposal that would likely change the groups focus. If we continue to have the Mayors Task Force and I would like to continue in some form or another by the next meeting, well have more of a shape and a By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff The Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce capped its 100th-year celebration Saturday, June 7, with a black-tie gala that not only noted the groups annual award winners, but honored former Mayor John H. Land for his 62-plus years of service to the community. It went really well. It was a per fect evening, said Paul Seago, Chamber president. It was great not to just recognize our award winners, but to honor Mayor Land. That was the best part of it. Being able to do that was just a small token to show how much the community appreciates all hes done over the years. It was our pleasure to put that on. Except for one three-year term in the late 1960s, Land was Apopkas mayor from 1950 until April 22. Thats when hear from Apopka citizens about not only package alcohol sales on Sunday but other areas of the citys alcohol-sales ordinance will be held Tuesday, June 24, at 7 p.m. at the Apopka Community Center/ VFW, 519 S. Central Avenue. Mayor Joe Kilsheimer, who will preside over the meeting, said his proposal on Sunday alcohol sales will be just one point of any discussion. During the mayoral campaign earlier this year, Kilsheimer proposed that package alco hol sales begin at noon on Sunday. New principal begins at Wekiva High SchoolErickson John Land (l) accepts the renamed John H. Land Community Service award from Paul Seago, Chamber president, as Heather Baker, Chamber chairman, and Jeff Welch, Chamber ambassador, look on.John Land honored by Chamber at its annual awards banquetPublic will have a chance to air views on citys alcohol ordinance See WEKIV A Page 3A See BUS Page 7A See G ALA Page 8A See ALCOHOL Page 9AOrange County Public School ofcials say this intersection is now safe for elementary school children to cross when there are crossing guards.Mayors Task Force may change directionMayor K ilsheimer talks to task force members about the Sunshine Law. See CITY Page 9A PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 2A All About Apopka(USPS 545-440) The Apopka Chief is published every Friday and entered as Periodicals, postage paid at Apopka 1879. The Apopka Chief newspaper is published by Foliage Enterprises, Inc., every Friday at 400 North master: Send address changes to The Apopka Chief, The Apopka Chief is a consistent award-winning community weekly newspaper and a member of the Florida Press Association. The and 1988, the only three-time winner. Letters to the editor are welcome, but must be signed and include a daytime telephone number, address,, letters. www.theapopkachief.com, news@theapopkachief.com City of Apopka Telephone Numbers Orange County Telephone Numbers Other Area Numbers of Note ............................ .................. .......................... ............ ............ .................... .......................... Fire (non-emerg.) .............. ......... ....................... Police (non-emerg.) ........... 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The Apopka ChiefEstablished 1923By Roger Ballas sioner of Education Pam Stewart recently recognized Florida for improved student performance on state assess ments in reading, mathemat ics and science. I applaud teachers and school leaders for their fo cus on increasing student ac ademic performance, said Florida students and teachers continue to dem onstrate they are working hard and are meeting high er standards, said Patricia of the Foundation for Flor idas Future. As a state, we set the bar higher for what students should know to bet ter prepare them for success. That transition over the past few years has not been an easy one, but its an important one, and our kids are achiev ing. We are on the right track and need to continue work ing to get all Florida students performing at grade level or higher. In reading (grades three through 10), the percent of all students performing at or went up by one percentage two percentage points since performing at or above grade level has increased by three percentage points; African American students had a twopercentage point increase. In math (grades three through eight), the percentage of students scoring at grade level or higher remained un all, students in grades three through eight made a one percentage point increase for those performing at or above Level 4 since last year. Stu dents in subgroups for Af rican American, White and English Language Learners all made a one percentage point increase in the percent age of those performing at grade level or higher. graders achieving grade lev el or higher on the science exam went up by one per centage point overall since last year. Students in grade eight made a two percent age point increase in the per cent of those achieving grade level or higher on the science exam. The percent of both Af ic eighth graders achieving grade level or higher on the sci ence exam went up by two percentage points. The scores released ics, with the exception of the released later this month, and school grades are to be re leased in July. the seven assessment areas a four percentage point in and eighth graders improved by two percentage points in science. Overall, statewide stu dent achievement improved in most of the assessment ar pared to last year, students improved in reading by one percentage point in grades 4, In math, students im proved by two percentage points in grade 4 and one per and 7. For science, students across the state improved two percentage points in grade 8 and one percentage point in grade 5. Locally, in Apopka area provement. Note that the per centage number indicates the percentage of students who passing level, on that particu lar test that particular day. Re sults are in no particular order among schools listed. In science, grade 8 re Grade 5 results are: Zell wood Elementary, 48 per percent; Rock Springs Ele mentary, 57 percent; Apopka Elementary, 50 percent; and Phyllis Wheatley Elementary, In writing, grade 8 re School, 55 percent; Piedmont Grade 4 results are: cent; Lovell Elementary, 55 cent; Zellwood Elementary, cent; and Wolf Lake Elemen tary, 77 percent. In mathematics, grade 4 results are: Zellwood Ele Lake Elementary, 79 percent; cent; Lovell Elementary, 49 cent; Apopka Elementary, percent. Grade 5 results are: Wolf cent; Lovell Elementary, 51 cent; Zellwood Elementary, Phyllis Wheatley Elementary, 44 percent. Grade 7 results are: Pied dle School, 50; and Apopka Grade 8 results are: percent; Piedmont Lakes School, 49 percent. Grade 9 results are: percent. In reading, grade 4 re sults are: Wolf Lake Elemen Springs Elementary, 54 per cent; Rock Springs Elemen ementary, 48 percent; Phyllis Wheatley Elementary, 49 per cent; Zellwood Elementary, Elementary, 45 percent; and Lakeville Elementary, 55 per cent. Grade 5 results are: Lakeville Elementary, 54 per cent; Zellwood Elementary, percent; Apopka Elementary, 51 percent; Phyllis Wheatley percent. percent; Piedmont Lakes Grade 7 results are: percent; Piedmont Lakes School, 50 percent. Grade 8 results are: percent; Piedmont Lakes Grade 9 results are: percent. Grade 10 results are: percent. Barbara Jenkins said, We are very pleased with the writ ing results this year thanks to phenomenal students, teach ers and principals. Our high schools did especially well as we provided district-wide support. And, I am happy that our fourth and eighth graders also showed improvements. In the third-grade reading rose 15 percentage points or in reading. Next year, a new as sessment based on the Flori da Standards will replace the dards for mathematics and English language arts stress a broader approach for stu dent learning, including an increased emphasis on ana lytical thinking. With the new and more rigorous standards, a new assessment was needed to measure student progress. Floridas recent academ ic gains have received nation al attention. The Sunshine in the nation for educational Florida has the highest graduation rate in the nation past decade, the number of Florida graduates participat ing in AP courses has more than doubled, and the number of low-income graduates tak ing AP courses has increased tenfold. And, Floridas gradu percentage points over the To learn more about the FCAT scores improve in area, around state NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2366-2370 NOTICE is hereby given that the property owners noted below and shown in the attached vicinity map have made application, in accordance with Florida Statutes 171.044 and the Apopka Code of Ordinances, Part III, Land Development Code, Article XII, Section 12.04.00, to the City of Apopka City Council, for ANNEXATION of the properties shown in the following map: (THIS MAP IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT TO SCALE) Publish: The Apopka Chief 148574 ORD. NO. ITEM NO. OWNERS NAME LOCATION 2366 1 A.TANNER SCHOFIELD III CATHLEEN P. SCOFIELD NOR TH OF ONDICH ROAD AND WEST OF PLYMOUTH SORRENTO ROAD PARCEL ID: 01 20 27 0000 00 032 2367 2 KIMBERLY A. BUCHHEIT SOU TH OF SWAIN ROAD AND WE ST OF MT. PLYMOUTH ROAD PARCEL ID: 05 20 28 0000 00 005 2368 3 BRUCE ROSS SOUTH OF WELCH ROAD AND E AST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 34 20 28 0000 00 021 2369 4 LOUIS R. HABNER JR. DIANN HABNER NORTH OF TANGLEWILDE STREET AND WE ST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 03 21 28 0000 00 086 2370 5 ADVENTIST HEALTH SYSTEMS/ SUNBELT, INC. ON OCOEE APOPKA ROAD, SOUTH OF STATE ROAD 414 AND E A ST OF STATE ROAD 429 PARCEL ID: 20 21 28 0000 00 0 4 3, 20 21 28 0000 00 045 & 20 21 28 0000 00 047 The proposed annexations, as indicated in the map of this advertisement, may be inspected by the public in the City of Apopka Community Development Department, and/or the office of the City Clerk, at 120 E. Main Stree t, Apopka, Florida (Apopka City Hall). NOTICE is hereby given that public hearings to consider the future adoption of ORDINANCE NUMB ERS: 2366-2370 will be held by the City of Apopka City Council at its regularly sche duled meetings in the City Council Chambers of the Apopka City Hall on Wednesday, June 18, 2014, beginning at 8:0 0 P.M. and Wednesday, July 2, 2014 beginning at 1:3 0 P.M. or as soon thereafter as possible. All interested parties may appear and be heard wi th respect to this hearing. Please be advised that, under State law, if you decide to appeal a decision made with respect to this matter, you will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerks Office at 120 East Main Street, Apopka FL 32703, Telephone: 407 -703-1704, no less than 48 hours prior to the proceeding. Apopka City Council Jay Davoll, P.E. JUNE 6, 2014 & JUNE 13, 2014 Community Development Director NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2366-2370 ORD. NO. ITEM NO. OWNERS NAME LOCATION 2366 1 A.TANNER SCHOFIELD III CATHLEEN P. SCOFIELD NOR TH OF ONDICH ROAD AND WEST OF PLYMOUTH SORRENTO ROAD PARCEL ID: 01 20 27 0000 00 032 2367 2 KIMBERLY A. BUCHHEIT SOU TH OF SWAIN ROAD AND WE ST OF MT. PLYMOUTH ROAD PARCEL ID: 05 20 28 0000 00 005 2368 3 BRUCE ROSS SOUTH OF WELCH ROAD AND E AST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 34 20 28 0000 00 021 2369 4 LOUIS R. HABNER JR. DIANN HABNER NORTH OF TANGLEWILDE STREET AND WE ST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 03 21 28 0000 00 086 2370 5 ADVENTIST HEALTH SYSTEMS/ SUNBELT, INC. ON OCOEE APOPKA ROAD, SOUTH OF STATE ROAD 414 AND E A ST OF STATE ROAD 429 PARCEL ID: 20 21 28 0000 00 0 4 3, 20 21 28 0000 00 045 & 20 21 28 0000 00 047 The proposed annexations, as indicated in the map of this advertisement, may be inspected by the public in the City of Apopka Community Development Department, and/or the office of the City Clerk, at 120 E. Main Stree t, Apopka, Florida (Apopka City Hall). NOTICE is hereby given that public hearings to consider the future adoption of ORDINANCE NUMB ERS: 2366-2370 will be held by the City of Apopka City Council at its regularly sche duled meetings in the City Council Chambers of the Apopka City Hall on Wednesday, June 18, 2014, beginning at 8:0 0 P.M. and Wednesday, July 2, 2014 beginning at 1:3 0 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible. All interested parties may appear and be heard wi th respect to this hearing. Please be advised that, under State law, if you decide to appeal a decision made with respect to this matter, you will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerks Office at 120 East Main Street, Apopka FL 32703, Telephone: 407 -703-1704, no less than 48 hours prior to the proceeding. Apopka City Council Jay Davoll, P.E. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 3A Christopher Ploch of Apopka has been named to the Concordia University, St. Pauls (Minn.) Deans List for the spring 2014 semester. Ploch is a sophomore major ing in sports management. Students with a grade point average of 3.5 or high er are recognized for superior academic performance by be ing named to the Deans List. Founded in 1893, Con cordia University, St. Paul is a liberal arts university.said. The timing of Grubers retirement also affect ed the timing of the change of leaders for Wekiva High. She will retire at the end cember. So as not to have a change in leadership in the middle of the school year, Gruber was promoted to the position of executive area director under Dr. Bill Gordon, superintendent of the North Area Learning Community. This was not a promotion that I sought, Gruber said. It was a good district decision. It allows Wekiva to not have an interrup tion in mid-year. I couldnt be happier in the timing for Michele. From that per spective, this is good. But dont think that Gruber wont miss the school she saw literally grow from the ground up. From my perspective, Im going to miss Wekiva tremendously, she said. Seeing the walls of something go up; seeing it liter trees to what it has become, it is the third most impor tant thing Ive ever done outside of raising a beauti ful daughter and having a wonderful marriage. Ive loved every minute of Wekiva. I really do love the school. Thats what will be hard. Erickson doesnt anticipate any issues getting used to her new school. I think its going to be a very smooth transition, Erickson said. I have a good background in her (Grubers) philosophy. Im ready to hit the ground running. Im in transition and packing up from Edgewater. The students and their work in the classroom are her top priority, Erickson said. My basis for every decision is what is best for the kid. Im student-cen tered, she said. Im also a arts and athletics. I support all the student activities. I work with teachers to provide them with the best tools I possibly can. Thats always my core focus. Erickson said she is not looking to make any major changes. ness is learning neighbor hoods where Wekivas students live. agenda is to get acclimat ed to the community, Er ickson said. Its a very diverse population, which is outstanding. Having a diverse community gives the students a lot of opportunity to meet different types of kids. Extracurricular activ ities, including athletics, are also important to the school, she said. Thats the icing on the cake, Erickson said. I just love football season. When I hear the band practicing at band camp, theres just a pep in my step. Thats really an exciting time. I have three state rings from (team state championships at) Edgewater. I expect to see Wekiva continue in the direction that were going with the girls basketball team. The football team is in good hands and the per forming arts are on the upswing. She wants to be accessible. I have an open door policy, Erickson said. I am quick to return phone calls and emails. I hope to have an opportunity to meet people in the commu nity. Erickson said she has learned from a DUI arrest in August 2012. It is absolutely history. I can say that Ive made that mistake and others. If you make mistakes and learn from them, you dont ever repeat them. Despite living in southeast Orlando, Erickson says by 5:45 each morning and doesnt leave until the early evening. Unless, of course, there is a school function to attend that evening. Gruber says she is leaving Wekiva High with a solid leader. Ive known Michelle since I came to Orange County, Gruber said. She leads with a good amount of passion. I think she is community driven and student-performance driven. Im leaving Wekiva in experienced hands. It makes me feel very good to know it is in such hands. 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Editors note: This Fathers Day tribute to her late father Murray S. King was sent by Melanie King of Apopka. The King family is known to many who have lived in Apopka for sever ly about Murray King, the sentiment would certain love for fathers of many people. My dad was born at a time when you worked hard, and if you worked hard, you would make it and become a success. He was a success at many things. To me, it was by staying at his job for 32 years and with no acci dents. Another success was being married for 48 years to my mom. He was as good as it gets. My dad meant a lot to me and always will. He My mom wanted my sis ter and me to have a rela tionship with our dad that was special. He made you feel special. He was one of a kind from what is called The Old School. The values he taught me were respect your elders, work hard and be on time. Oh, boy, on time was impor tant to him. He would be at an appointment a 1/2-hour early no matter where it was. As far as work goes, it was to help others, be in formed of your job, be the best you can be and be an example. My dad was a Christian and he taught me to have faith and love God like he did. Some of my best memories with him would be going to Rock This week, Id like to spend some time talk ing about recent efforts that have been made to re duce the wait list periods for disabled individuals in our state. During this past session, the legislature was able to pass the governors 2014-2015 budget in which the governor made it a pri ority to provide $1.14 bil lion for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) and $20 million in funding to reduce the number of people on the APD waiver waiting list. The APD annually serves more than 50,000 Florid ians with autism, cerebral tual disabilities, Down syn drome, and Prader-Willi syndrome. In this article, I would like to discuss the details of this portion of the bud get and how it will have a positive impact on those individuals and our state. The APD maintains a waiting list for enroll ment on the waiver since more individuals with de velopmental disabilities need these services than there are slots and resourc es available. The waiting list is maintained by cat egories of need so that in dividuals with the greatest need have highest priority. The money that has been set aside for the APD in the budget will be used to en roll about 1,260 individu als into the APD Home and Community-Based Servic es (HCBS) Medicaid waiv er so they can pay for ser vices in their local commu nities. The APDs HCBS waiver is a joint state-fed eral program that helps to serve individuals who suf fer from disabilities such as autism and cerebral pal sy by allowing them to stay in their local areas rather than sending them to more expensive facilities. Governor Scotts budget proposal also includes $1 million to assist people on the waiver waiting list who have indicated that they want to go to work. This is the second year the governor has recommend ed funding to serve the Imagine a scenario of 6-yearolds walking along the south side of U.S. Highway 441 east to the intersection with State Road 451 (formerly known there as SR 429), then crossing U.S. 441 to get to their school at Apopka Elementa ry. Then, imagine them reversing that trek in the afternoon. Sounds ludicrous, doesnt it? But, thats exactly what the bureaucrats with the Transportation Department of Orange Coun ty Public Schools want to have Apopka kids do. They say it is now OK for kinwith older elementary school kids, to walk from the Lake Doe-area neighborhoods to Apopka Elemen tary School. They are saying that the extension of Vick Road to con nect it with U.S. 441 and SR 451 makes the walk a non-hazardous one for the youngsters. Huh? Because that intersection is now functioning, the walk along the south side of U.S. 441 from Lake Doe Boulevard to SR 451 is not hazardous? Were sorry that no one on staff at the newspaper enough common sense to know that the walk is no more safe now than it has been over the years that the school system has been pro viding the courtesy bus. There are no sidewalks along that portion of U.S. 441. If there were, it would be a better situ along at 50-60 m.p.h., a side walk wont protect a kindergartner should a distracted driver veer even slightly off the four-lane highway. Fortunately, the situation is not ent Missy Touchet is concerned. keep the bus for the students in her neighborhood. She has kept this in the public. School Board member Chris tine Moore will speak with trans something that can be done. While have decided to pull the bus route, a vote of the School Board could overturn that decision. We hope that logic and com mon sense will prevail in this mat ter. Its very hard to fathom a 5or 6-year-old walking along U.S. 441 only to then have to negotiate crossing the road with or without a crossing guard. Our position The Apopka ChiefThe Apopka ChiefA weekly newspaper founded in 1923 June 13, 2014, Page 4A Apopka Event of the Week QuotableHe was one of a kind from what is called The Old School. The values he taught me were respect your elders, work hard and be on time. Oh, boy, on time was important to him. Melanie King, Apopka tribute to her father, Murray S. KingOpinion This Week In Word Mema Says For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. For in this we groan, earnestly desiring to be clothed upon with our house which is from heaven. II Corinthians 5:1 and 2. Our bible is our mirror of truth. See FATHER Page 6A See NELSON Page 6A Publisher John Ricketson General Manager Neoma Knox Editor John Peery Reporters Richard Corbeil Roger Ballas Neal Fisher Photographer Tammy Keaton Marketing Director Jackie Trefcer Advertising Anita Walker JUNE 13 -So, whats your pick for the biggest act of anti-Americanism by the Obamanation this week? Letting dozens of veterans die from stall ing vitally needed treat ment, swapping the return of an Army traitor and de serter for the release of the Taliban generals from the Gitmo prison, or the U.S. acceptance of the creation of a new Palestinian gov ernment to include the ter rorist Hamas organization? From a constitution al violation viewpoint, Obamas action on Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl broke the law which Obama, himself, had signed, which requires that Congress must be consulted and giv en 30 days to consider any war prisoner releases or trades. Obama not only didnt give Congress 30 days, he didnt consult them at all; an action certainly ex ceeding a misdemean or, and when you consid er this was the release of change for a proven desert er, and quite likely, a trai tor, I dont think you can eliminate high crimes from this presidential ac tion. This is especially true if you consider the tremen dous hostage risk this in sane presidential act has imposed on all Americans, with highest risk on those in foreign countries. Typical of Obamas reaction to criticism and accusations of security be trayal by this Taliban Trophy, was Secretary of State Jean Francois Kerrys rebuttal use of, Its baloney. This so reminded me of my years in Massachusetts during Kerrys reign as attorney general under the governorship of Mike Dukakis in Taxachusetts especially the baloney part. You can relax, says Kerry. The authorities in Qatar will watch them carefully, he assures us. This tiny country is a mere 4,247 square miles, about half the size of Israel. In any motorized vehicle, you can be out of there in 60 minutes, into Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates or the Persian Gulf. And, they havent had an election since 1970. Taliban visitors will an swer to one man, Sheik Hamad bin Khalif al Thani. They have a parliament but, again, no elections. For myself, the most disastrous Obama betray al of both Israel and us last week was his accep tance of the new Palestin ian government established in agreement with terror ist group Hamas, which usurped the Gaza Strip from Palestine in 2007. Ever since, Israel and Hamas Gaza have been at See CORBEIL Page 6AOCPS transportation department wants children to negotiate busy highwaysLegislature passes Governors budget My father, my friend, Murray S. KingPrinciple ignored, dangerous precedent establishedHow long can we accept betrayal of our troops, vets and closest ally? Editor: Team Kilsheimer used a legal technicality last week to increase the may ors salary to $150,000 per year. In doing so, they have ignored a long-established principle and have estab lished a dangerous prece dent. What principle? Amer icans are fundamentally opposed to allowing their own salaries. This concept is best illustrated in the 27th Amendment to the US Constitution which con tains one very simple sen tence; No law varying the compensation for the ser See PRINCIPLE Page 5APictured above are Murray S. King, (l), and his daughter Melanie King.The Miles-A-Head For All Our Fallen Angels, (F.A.O.F.A.), will host a nonviolent peace march in South Apopka to proclaim Peace in Our Streets and Stopping The Violence.The event is set for Saturday, June 21, from 9 a.m. to noon For more information about location, call 407-880-8163.

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 5A vices of the Senators and Representatives, shall take effect, until an election of Representatives shall have intervened. Oh yes, mem bers of Congress can increase their salaries, but the increase does not take effect until after the next opportunity for the voters to vote them out. Similarly, the Apopka City Charter contains the following provision in Section 2.03, No change in the compensation ordi nance for a city commis sioner shall become ef fective until the duties of [sic] commencement of the terms of commission ers elected at the next regu lar election, provided that such election follows the adoption of such law or ordinance by at least six months. While this pro vision only applies to the salaries of the commission ers, the principle is clear: any change to the salaries take effect after the next election. What dangerous prec edent? Imagine this sce nario: One of the two com missioners who voted to increase the mayors salary, for whatever reasons, is suddenly unable to con tinue to serve on the City Council. He or she is re placed. One of the two council members who vot ed against the $150,000 salary decides to change the salary to a more fair, reasonable and appropri ate amount of $75,000. One member makes this motion. The other member seconds it. The vote could be three in favor and two opposed. Motion passes. Salary is now $75,000. Until and unless the City Charter is changed, the mayor may serve at the pleasure of the voters, but he is paid at the pleasure of the commissioners. Dale Fenwick Apopka Editor: The mayor shall re ceive the salary established for the mayor in the annu al budget. Sec. 2.04 of the City Charter. ors salary boils down to the sentence above. So, I went to the city website and pulled up the 255-page On page 44 of that bud get, it lists expenses for the are only two people in the or and a secretary. It then lists the amount for person nel services of $106,900 and an additional $33,000 city covers. Sadly, there is not a separate line item that distinguishes the salary only for the mayor. Since end until September 30, I would think that the cur rent mayors salary, whatever it is, should also cover the new mayor. When the line item amount for the mayor should be indicat ed, and would be approved as part of the overall bud get approval process. If the powers that be had consult ed the Apopka governing documents regarding the mayors salary, the emo tional and divisive discus sion that took place at last weeks meeting would not have happened. The Apopka Chief demands that since the salary of $150,000 seems excessive, the salary should hold at least through Mayor Ks tion again, is part of the an nual budget process, and should not be arrived at capriciously or arbitrarily. ure out of thin air, which seems to have happened last week. The discussion also showed loud and clear, that despite calls for unity, our City Council remains divided into two teams, as the Chief correctly pointed out. What a shame! How will this city ever hope to attract the kinds of busi nesses that are needed to grow our town and attract the kinds of people we need right now? Do not think that businesses are not seeing and hearing how all this played out and thinking that Apopka does not seem to be able to get its act together. Apopka has always maintained a strong may or-form of government. Let me repeat that: strongmayor form of govern ment, not strong city-ad ministrator form of gov ernment. No disrespect intended toward Mayor Land, and he tried as hard as he could, but during the last several years, Mayor Land relied more and more on the city administrator for the day-to-day perfor mance of what are essen tially the mayors duties, as spelled out in the City Charter. Its time to remind the city administrator and our City Council, including Mayor Kilsheimer, of the type of city government the citizens of Apopka want. And, that the balance of power that will support the strong-mayor form of government must be restored, immediately. A city of in decision and power strug gles, one divided against itself, will not stand. Barb Zakszewski ApopkaThe strong-mayor form of government must be restoredPrinciple: Charter clear on salaries Continued from page 4A www.theapopkachief.com Your Opinion Counts! Send a letter to the Editor atCelebrating over 19 years of service to the Apopka Area! 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Instead, he says, theyre coming here to reunite with family members already here and because smugglers guarantee theyll get them into the countryand because they believe that if they can get into the country, they can stay. Looks like theyre right. As bad as this is now, its expected to get much, much worse. Theres increase from 2011, when 6,560 unaccompanied alien minors crossed the border. This year its estimated to be 90,126, and 147,000 in 2015. (Memo from Border Control Deputy Chief, Ronal Vitiello) THE BIG QUESTION: What are we supposed to do with them? One answer has been to house them in military bases in Texas, California and Oklahoma, where they are being kept in chain-link holding centers, with food, beds, and showers in very short supply. Unlike Mexican citizens, these children just cant be returned to their homes, so theyre turned over to HHS, which releases them to family or friends. Theyre supposed to go through immigration courts, but the vast majority of them never do, and every day hundreds of illegal immigrants are dropped off at bus stations, or street corners, in Tucson and Phoenix. On June 6, Arizonas Governor Jan Brewer said, Im disturbed and outraged that President Obamas administration continues to implement this dangerous and inhumane policy. President Obamas response to this crisis is to do what he always does: spend more money. Hes asked for an additional $1.4 BILLION to handle this wave of illegal immigrants. And, thats just for this year. Those who want more security at the border, of course, wont see that any time soon, because, even at the current level of kids coming in, with more expected in the future, the Border Patrol agents cant be at the border theyre too busy doing paperwork, feeding and moving these illegal alien children. Oh, and did I mention babysitting? 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 7A Cove Drive and Lake Doe Boulevard, Country Landing Boulevard and Country Villa Court, 1736 Country Terrace Lane, and Country Terrace Lane and Country Landing Boulevard. Problem alleviated? According to informa tion supplied by OCPS and Engineering department, the intersection at U.S. 441 and State Road 451 was what was deemed hazardous. The extension of Vick Road to U.S. 441 to form an intersection with SR 451 alleviated the problem, ofIn June 1991, a hazard was established by OCPS having to cross the entire roadway for entrance to State Road 451 with a trafper hour. On April 17, during a review process, it was found that the new road construction was complet ed between U.S. 441 and Vick Road. Students now only have to cross one enhour and does not warrant The recommendation was made to discontinue the bus route. It was also noted in the report that the city of Apopka would review for additional signage and crossing guards. On the OCPS Transportation Team website, it states that, Elementary students who reside within two miles of their assigned school may receive OCPS school bus transpor tation if they do not have a pedestrian route from their home to school that is free Further, the Orange County School Board has for many years supported an effort to expand the number of the named hazards in FS has been adopted. The website also states, A reasonable walking distance for any student who is not otherwise eligible for transportation pursuant to Section 1011.68, Florida Statutes, is any distance not more than two miles between the home and school, or one and one-half miles between the home and the assigned bus stop. Such distance shall be measured from the closest pedestrian entry point of the property where the student resides to the closest pedestrian entry point of the assigned school building or the assigned bus stop. Touchet said keeping the bus route in place is for the safety of very young children having to walk along and cross U.S. 441 at rush hour in the morning. Sidewalks are hardly going to ensure the safety of these young children walking parallel to speedleast a half-mile, she said. Sidewalks are only one of several hazards. The crossing where the 451 toll road meets 441 at the turn lane is a blind spot for walkers. These children who are just learning decision-mak ing are being asked to cross without a crosswalk light in a blind area of speeding cars making last-minute decisions to speed up and change lanes to go into the turn lane to enter the 451. States hazardous conditions The state criteria for determining hazardous conditions is: a) Walkways parallel to the road. *1. It shall be considered a hazardous walking condition with respect to any road along which students must walk in order to walk to and from school if there is not an area at least 4 feet wide adjacent to the road, having a surface upon which students may walk without being required to walk on the road surface. In addition, whenever the road along which students must walk is uncurbed and has a posted speed limit of 55 miles per hour, the area as described above for students to walk upon shall be set off the road by no less than 3 feet from the edge of the road. subparagraph 1. do not apply when the road along which students must walk: a. Is in a residential area which has little or no tranwhich the volume of trafper hour, per direction, dur ing the time students walk located in a residential area and has a posted speed limit of 30 miles per hour or less. (b) Walkways perpendicular to the road. It shall be considered a hazardous walking condition with respect to any road across which students must walk in order to walk to and from school: ume on the road exceeds the rate of 360 vehicles per hour, per direction (including all lanes), dur ing the time students walk to and from school and if the crossing site is uncontrolled. For purposes of this subsection, an uncontrolled crossing site is an intersection or other designated crossing site where signal is present during the times students walk to and from school. ceeds 4,000 vehicles per hour through an intersec tion or other crossing site controlled by a stop sign nal, unless crossing guards during the times students walk to and from school. be determined by the most ing study conducted by a state or local governmental agency. Doing her homework So far, Touchet has collected crash reports from along what would be the walking route for the elementary students, and has requested red-light tick et numbers from the intersection. She is turning over information she gathers to Apopka city attorney Frank Kruppenbacher and City Administrator Richard Anderson, who have both promised to look into the matter. Touchet is garnering support from other communities not affected by the bus route. So far, OCPS board member Christine Moore, in whose district the school is located, has maintained a matter-of-fact opinion on the issue. The district must try to keep money in the classroom, Moore stated recently in an emailed response to The Apopka Chief The state only reim dollar for transportation. Parents always have the right to walk or ride with their children and/or drive them to school. While it is culty to have services taken away, the district must prioritize funding in the classroom. Touchet countered, She (Moore) lives in Apopka and should be well aware of how dangerous this proposed walking area is. This is truly the most dangerous walk to school in Apopka. Choosing to save money over the safety of kids is the most ridic ulous argument that can be made. Moore did reply to Touchet in an email late Wednesday, June 11, that she has scheduled a ridealong with the transporta tion chief for next Wednesconsider (on) my concerns alone, Moore stated. If not, I may need to bring a motion to the (OCPS) board. Moore suggested to Touchet that she could also request to speak to the (school) board about the hazardous busing (and request) a continuation, as well. I am hopeful I can get a one year extension. You would be more productive by focusing on the school board for now. The city (of Apopka) is not the best vehicle at this time. At a recent City Council meeting, Touchet appealed for help from the commissioners. I know you all dont run the schools, but can somebody help us? she asked. They want our kids to cross rail road tracks and some major four-lane highways to get to school. Mayor Joe Kilsheimer told her he would have staff look into it. Kruppenbacher spoke up and said that he believes the state has an oversight committee to review school districts that end bus routes and suggested that be given a look. Momentum is building for Touchets cause, but she remains wary. I understand that there will be two crossing guards to help navigate this but three are needed for this inter section, she said. The rail road tracks coming out of the neighborhood are unsecured and do not have a safe passage over them without walking directly across the tracks which in itself has many safety hazards not limited to passing trains but tripping and fall ing or needing to walk on around these tracks. This is a separate request that needs to be made to the CSX railroad. In addition, Touchet said she has other serious concerns. There are black bears in and around Lake Doe, and I have identi fenders/predators along the routes. What are we supposed to do? OCPS response Michael Eugene, OCPS, addressed the question in a statement to The Apopka Chief. The OCPS School Board has also proactively set expectations for interagency work to address safe walking issues that fall outside of those stated in Florida statutes for physical hazards. OCPS complies with statutory requirements regarding sex offenders, and works closely with Orange County and municipal governments in their responsiment, law enforcement and animal control. While the responsibilities fall under the purview of other governmental agencies, OCPS wants to ensure concerns of parents are proactively addressed. Regarding special exemptions, Eugene said, The OCPS School Board has gone farther than the requirements under Flor ida statutes for hazards to ensure all students are provided the same protections. Making additional deci sions regarding the provision of services is a matter of policy and budget consideration. Apopka Police Capt. Jerome Miller, who coordinates placement of school crossing guards within the city, said he is not sure what will be needed at the intersections as of yet. I do know this: I need a number of crossing guards for all the citys intersections, Miller said. Miller encourages cit izens to help. I ask that anyone interested in helping, please go to the citys website and apply for a (crossing guard) job. clock. The OCPS board members should be set to approve a new operat ing budget sometime in July. The state Legisla ture could amend the busing statutes if they wanted to, but Im not counting on that. The lawmakers in Tallahassee cannot possibly know every hazard (here in Apopka). Eugene concluded his statement with, Concerned parents may want to discuss Florida statute with their respective state representative, and discuss safe walking routes with their local county, municipal, law enforcement, and animal control representatives. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 8A Joe Kilsheimer was sworn-in after defeating Land in a runoff. But, Kilsheimer was among the approximately 350 people who joined the festivities at the Apopka Community Center/ VFW. We heard so many times the VFW looked the best its ever looked, Seago said. The former mayor said he was grateful for the honors he was given at the event which lasted just under three hours. I thought it was great. Of course, I appreciate it very much, Land said. I thought it was well done. I heard a lot of people say it was entertaining. People didnt get bored. It was a great event for the community center and VFW. I heard so many remarks about how nice it went off. I certainly appreciated it very much, including all of the people who showed up and visited with me. It was great from my standpoint and my family enjoyed it very much, as well. Seago said Carmen Ruiz Ore, the Chambers special events coordinator, worked hard on the event, along with several commu nity volunteers. The room was transformed because of Carmen, Modean (Heaton), and Kathy Hopper. Linda Laurendeau was out there. Also, there were Marilyn Ustler McQueen and Sharon Broadway, a ton of volunteers, he said. Catered by Steve Gunter and his crew of Highland Manor/Dubsdread, the dinner included a salad, a chicken entre with potatoes and green beans, as well as minicupcakes from Bs Cupcakes. Seago said the planning for the event went on for a while, including last year when there was speculation that Land would retire rather than run for another term. When he ran, but didnt win, the Chamber decided to combine its annual awards banquet with a tribute to the long-time mayor. The program was interspersed with honors to Land and the awards given to the winners. There was also lots of music, including songs sung by Jennifer Ustler, Mark Wright, and Doug Bankson and his daughter, Victoria. We knew we wanted to do ter, to make it more entertaining, Seago said. The singers were great. When Jennifer Ustler sang (Battle Hymn of the Republic to honor Lands military service), I looked around and saw a lot of people dabbing tears from their eyes. I was happy with the entire evening and I think Mayor Land was, too. It was all so nice, Land said. It would be hard to pick one (presentation) I liked best. Certainly, all of them touched my heart very much, that and all the people who came by and visited with me. In my heart, they were up front. In addition to the tributes to Lands time as mayor, he won one of the Chambers awards that will now carry his name, as Land was given the Community Ser vice award that is now named the John H. Land Community Ser vice Award. Brent Hill of CenturyLink was named the Businessman of the Year, while Sheila Norton, owner of Bs Cupcakes, landed the Businesswoman of the Year honor. Hollis Kendall, a private ininstructor, won the Rising Star award, while Ralo Flores, owner of DJs Unlimited, took home the Burnie Roberts Outstanding Chamber Member award. A new award, the CenturyLink Innovative Business of the Year award went to Collins Manufacturing. One of the tributes given to Land was an honorary doctorate degree given by Dr. Dan Tyler of International Seminary. Paul and everybody at the Chamber I thank so much for putting it on, Land said. I hope people expressed that to them. They did a great job. Continued from page 1AGala: Program included awards and tributes to former Mayor John LandApopka Chamber of Commerce honors Land, its annual award winners Sheila Norton, (c), owner of Bs Cupcakes LLC, accepts the Businesswoman of the Year Award from Wendy Kurtz, Chamber former chair; and Paul Seago, Chamber president. Brent Hill (r) of CenturyLink accepts the Businessman of the Year Award from Heather Baker, Chamber chair; and Paul Seago, Chamber president. Ralo Flores (l) accepts the Burnie Roberts Award from presenters Carmen Ruiz Ore and Jeff Welch. Jennifer Ustler sings Battle Hymn of the Republic in honor of John Lands military service during World War II as former military, police, and re ofcers salute. As did many others, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs takes a sele with former Mayor John Land. Doug Bankson and his daughter, Victoria, sang You Raise Me Up in tribute to John Land. Dr. Dan Tyler of International Seminary gives John Land an honorary doctorate degree. These men spoke about John Lands virtues. Shown are, (l-r), Bill Arrowsmith, Bry an Nelson, Richard Anderson, and Shren Yeager. David Rankin spoke by video. Jim Whittaker (speaking) and John Collins (r) accept the Innovative Business Award from Brent Hill (l) and Brad Lomneck.Staff photos by John Peery

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 9A of the scope and the restrictions that we all have to live under to be part of the Mayors Task Force. By this time next week, a week from today, Ill have more of a concrete proposal put together, Kilsheimer said. The Sunshine Law discussion centered on the fact that, as members of a city advisory board, the task force members couldnt, outside of the groups meetings, discuss anything city related with each other. Thats because the task forces scope is so broad that any city issue or situation could come up in even a casual social conversation. As a result, there was a motion by member Alan Byrd to disband the group entirely but that was lat er withdrawn after discussion on the motion centered on making the task force a than a committee that made recommendations to the City Council, which has the Kilsheimer said, are not subject to the Sunshine Law in the same manner in that they form no opinions, but simply gather facts. Task force member Jonathan Till also pointed out that if the task force was disbanded, it would look bad to the public and say to the public that the city didnt want to hear opinions from the public, after all. What Id like the headline to be and Im not trying to write the headline the headline ought to be that were seeking to broaden community engagement, not narrow or not break it down, Kilsheimer said. Were trying to leverage all the big inter ests that have bubbled up in Apopka since the elec tion. Were trying to get our hands around the fact that so many people want to be a part of it. tion will likely come at the groups next meeting, which could likely be lat er this month, which will come after Kilsheimers new proposal. Well come back for a ganizing this group within the week. I certainly made a proposal (during the campaign), but were going into this with a blank slate, Kilsheimer said. The outcome is not going to be predisposed. The discussion will be open and as wide-ranging as possible. Currently, city ordinance allows for no package sales of alcohol on Sunday, although restaurants with 50 seats or more may serve alcohol with food beginning at noon. There are just a lot of angles to which the discussion can take place, the mayor said. One is certainly from our faith-based community for which this is an issue. One angle is our mer chants and retailers who have an interest. One is some of our newer residents who have never understood why Apopka didnt allow (package) alcohol sales on Sunday. All of those different interests ought to be able to come together and have a reasonable discussion about what our community-wide policy ought to be. Kilsheimer said he brought up Force meeting that was held in May. said it was a no-brainer type of issue, Kilsheimer recalled. Why are we even talking about this?, one of them asked, according to Kilsheimer. Why dont we just move forward? But, one of Apopkas older residents and a member of the Mayors Task Force, offered a different viewpoint. cant segment of this community, this is a core-value issue. And you will never shake them from this issue. It goes to their core. For those people, if you steamroll them on this issue, the next question in their mind is, If we get steamrolled on this, what are we going to be steamrolled on next? Then, he said, Abortion clinics?, Kilsheimer said. The newer residents, Kilsheimer said, sat back in their seats, having not heard the issue presented that way before. In addition, one of the pastors on the committee agreed with the state ment. To me, that was a discussion in ty as a whole, Kilsheimer said. Im hoping that that conversation gets recant segment of our community for whom this is a core-value issue. If you engage them in a discussion that acknowledges their values, concerns, their fears, their what-might-happennext kind of stuff, maybe we can then come to some kind of communitywide consensus on what is the right thing to do. The mayor also brought up the economic factors of the issue, saying that after having informal discussions with some managers of supermarkets and grocery stores in the city, he estimates that stores such as Publix, Winn-Dixie and Walmart are losing at least $5,000 in sales each Sunday. Its not just alcohol, its ice, chips, limes. Its all the other things that go with buying alcohol on Sundays, he said. If the ordinance is changed, Kilsheimer said, there could be jobs added due to more income for the stores. The last time the city changed the alcohol sales ordinance was about 25 years ago when the local law was changed to allow restaurants with 50 seats or more to serve alcohol from noon to midnight. The community has grown sigsaid. Maybe the people for whom it was a serious issue, over time, they may have come to change their opinion or feel differently about it. Or maybe because our community is larger, there are more people who feel like we should have alcohol sales on Sunday. Then, there are the mer chants. Theres an economic side to it and then there is the social side of it, the mayor said. City: Kilsheimer said he will come back with a proposal for groups new focus within a week Continued from page 1AMayors Task Force member Alan Byrd (c) speaks as members Steven Placey (l) and Jonathan Till listen.Alcohol: Discussion will be about entire ordinance Shamprea Henderson, of Apopka, graduated from Eastern New Mexico University on May 10. Founded in 1934, Eastern New Mexico University is a state institu tion offering 91 associates, bachelor and master degree options. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 10A Sandra Battaglia will be honored at a ceremony Monday, June 16, as the Education Angel of the Decade for the Apopka Family Learning Center. As part of the ceremo ny, Battaglias name will be engraved on the blocks of the AFLCs entrance. We are very excited about this event, as she was both present and an integral part of the groundbreaking ceremony in 2001, says John Manning, AFLCs CEO. In 1978, Battaglia moved to Longwood, and she owned and operated a bookstore and gift shop for 21 years in Apopka and Altamonte Springs. She retired in 2000. Since landing here, Sandy has spread her angelic wings to serve fami lies in ways that the Apopka Family Learning Center will be forever grateful for, Manning said. Annunciation Catholic Church is her home away from home where she serves with the Council of Catholic Women and as a founding member of the St. Vincent dePaul Society. She served as a member of the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce for 15 years, and for 16 years on the Board of Directors of AFLC. She was board president for 14 of those years. June 16 will be a memorable day for the Apopka Family Learning Center and its Kids in Motion program because Sandy has cast such a wide and creative net to help Apopkas children dream big dreams and work for a brighter tomorrow, Manning said. It all started with Sister Teresa (McElwee) and her work to help those in need in 1977. The Apopka Family Learning Center stands today because Sandy was involved in the capital campaigns which essentially raised approximately $2 million to build the center in order to continue the efforts of Sister Teresas work. June 16 is also the kickoff of our summer camp for 2014, where at least 80 children will have summer programming, themed Everyday Hero, available to them for a minimum of six weeks. We do not want our students to fall behind in August, said Board President Carmen Velasquez. The St. Johns River Water Management Districts website provides action and other resources that can help before, dur ing and after severe storms. began Sunday, June 1. water.com/storm, includes and warnings, river stage cal government emergency contacts. Also includ ed are links to the National Weather Service, Florida Division of Emergency Management and the U.S. Geological Surveys inter active map of current conditions in the state. Floridas many water ways and extensive coastline make the state espeWhen hurricanes and other storms bring high volumes of rain in short periods of Partnerships between the public and government entities are necessary to mini tect personal property and and after storms. The district works closely with local governments year-round to deagement plans and to help communities establish and implement strategies to occur. Local governments are the primary entities responsible for emergency responses during storms, such as implementing stateof-emergency declarations, evacuations and rescue efdisasters. In the event of a tropical storm or hurricane, the district assists local governments by issuing emer gency orders that allow for the pumping of water to allic health and safety are at risk. The district also issues emergency orders to authorize repair, replacement or restoration of public and private property. To prepare for hurricially runs through November 30, property owners can protect themselves and their property by: Keeping debris out of storm drains and ditches; Reporting clogged ditch es to local governments; Cleaning out gutters and extending downspouts at least four feet from structures; Building up the ground around the home to promote drainage away from the foundation; through the National Flood Insurance Program. Debbie Turner of Apopka shows the cake from her retirement party held Saturday, June 7, at the Elks Lodge in Apopka. Turner is retiring only from her job with Orange County Public Schools, but will continue her work with her Debbie Turner Cancer Care and Resource Center, which is located at 711 S. Park Ave., Apopka. Retirement party Apopka Family Learning Center will honor Sandra Battaglia on June 16Shown in a picture from 2006 are, (l-r), Laurel Burns, then-Mayor John H. Land, Sister Teresa McElwee, and Sandra Battaglia.With summer rains, storms, St. Johns water The Rev. Jim Page (front, right) of Calvary Church of the Nazarene of Apopka gave the invocation Tuesday, June 10, at the meeting of the Orange County Commission. Next to Page is Commissioner Fred Brummer of Apopka. In back are, (l-r), Commissioner Pete Clarke, County Mayor Teresa Jacobs, and Commissioner Jennifer Thompson. 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The Apopka ChiefJune 13, 2014, Page 1B See the story and pic ture at the top of the page about the rac ing thrill that Apopka banker David Rankin received when he had a chance last week to take his 1997 GT-1 Camaro on the oval at the historic Indianapo lis Motor Speedway. Rankin practiced on the road course over yard and then got to take his Camaro around the racetrack Q. When do the Apopka Little League allstar teams begin their summer play? teams, the 50/70 (12and 13-year-olds) trict championship tournament, which will be held in Oviedo. The other Apopka Little League teams will start their all-star play SportsBy Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Carrying an average of 225 and already ranked part of lifting the Apopand every day from my my game improving applied and incorporated By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff Harold Smith came to ing the pre-match ceremo for me and my team from gave me the emotion and ed the match made conBy John Peery Apopka Chief Staff opened it to an event like Apopkan drives his race car at Indianapolis Motor SpeedwayApopka banker David Rankin drives his 1997 Camaro last week at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Apopkan Pete Vergos is one of the top youth bowlers anywhere.Local bowler among top youth keglersBoys basketball camp set for AHS for 2 weeks See RACE Page 5B See BOWL Page 5B Craig Duncan, an Apopka High graduate, is lifted by his managers after winning his rst local professional boxing match with a fourth-round knockout. See FIGHT Page 5B PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. Instructions have been followed as closely as possible.

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 3B The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Apopka Raptors youth tackle football and cheer organization is still gearing up for the 2014 football and cheer season. If your child interested in football or cheerleading and you want to prepare them for high school sports, the Apopka Raptors provides a fun, safe, and, educational atmosphere focused on fundamentals, sportsmanship, and community involvement, said Stewart Austin, president of the local organization. Flag football is available for chil dren ages 4-6, and tackle football is available for children ages 7-14. Children ages 4-14 can also participate in competition cheer through its cheer program. This year, the Raptors will be partnering with My Gym Adventures to offer gymnastics, cheerlead ing, and tumbling at a discounted rate to all of its participants. All registration fees include insurance and membership in AAU. Adults and high school-age youths interested in volunteering as coaches and or assistants are free to For more information, visit the Raptors website at www.apopkarap tors.com. All-sport passes for the 2014-2015 school year at Apopka High School are being sold in the schools Fred Priest, Apopka High athletic director, said the all-sport passes, which will be good for admission for all home sports events at AHS other than postseason playoffs, cost $50 per person and the forms for the passes are available said. In addition to the individual passes, there are passes available for families that will admit four people to any Apopka High home athletic contest. Those passes will cost $175 each. For families with more than four people, additional passes will be available for $45 each. Priest said the passes will save money in the long run for those who attend AHS athletic events. He said admission to every home athletic contest throughout the year would cost about $650. The passes are aimed not only at community members, but AHS students, Priest said. We want to make it affordable to our students so they can support our teams, he said. Those who plan to atty football games at the school this fall will get an even better bargain, he said. For just a few dollars more, you get the rest of the year (in all sports). Thats a no-brainer to me, Priest said. He said the school will also sell a booster pass for $70, which would include a reserved seat and special parking for all home varsity football games, as well as admission to all other home athletic contests at AHS. Those passes are limited, Priest said. Priest said cash or checks made out to Apopka High School Athletics will be accepted. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 4B 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 verify ing the information, we will be happy to publish to The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. In the period from June 3-9, the Apopka Po lice Department received 1,069 calls for assistance, responded to 15 crashes, is made 45 arrests. Of these arrests, six were juvenile ar rests. The juveniles were ar rested and charged with bur glary to unoccupied dwell ing unarmed X 4, resist of larceny from building pe tit theft, burglary to occu pied building unarmed X 2, disregard for safety, crimes against person, culpable negligence and marijuana possession. The following individuals were arrested and charged: Abigail Berdeen Derry, 22, 8200 Shubert St., Orlan do, cocaine possession. Kimberly Beth Honaker, 48, 74 Frisco Ct., Apopka, lewd lascivious behavior, molest child 12 years old up to 16 years of age, cruelty toward child. Robert Dean Pruitt Jr., 74 Frisco Ct., Apopka, lewd lascivious behavior, molest child 12 years of age up to 16 years of age, cruel ty toward child, offender 18 years older than victim. Frederick Charles Jackson, 21, 800 George Ave. #11, Apopka, burglary to unoccupied dwelling unarmed, larceny grand theft $300 less than $5,000, dealing in stolen proper ty, fraud impersonate, false ID to second hand dealer, damage property criminal mischief over $200 under $1,000. Rodolfo Guajardo Jr., 21, 460 Lake Bridge Ln. #1127, Apopka, burglary unoccupied conveyance unarmed, grand theft $300 less than $5,000, dealing in stolen property, false owner information, pawn items less than $300. Jessica L. Ballew, 28, 1639 Center St., DeLand, drug possession controlled substance without prescription. Joy M. Robbins, 38, 1100 E. 8th St., DeLand, cocaine possession with intent to sell manufacture deliver. Christopher Smith, 45, 1709 Clarcona Rd., cocaine possession. Heather Adams, 28, 3000 Clarcona Rd. #528, Apopka, warrant. Jeremy Emil Reynolds, 28, 3924 Crosley Ave., St. Cloud, warrant. Cheyanne L. Thompson, 22, 2312 Jackson St., Orlando, warrant. Jeffrey Lamar Coleman, 32, 139 W. 8th St. #7, Orlando, battery on law ener emergency medical tech out violence. Jerry M. Anglin, 35, 6616 Willow St., Zellwood, petit theft-shoplifting. Antonio L. Williams, 34, 5409 Terrell Rd., Tangerine, marijuana possession with intent to sell manufacture deliver, cocaine possession. Steven Jose Zabala, 25, 2022 Vista Ln., Apopka, warrant. Amanda Jo Caskey, 28, 1149 Howell Creek Dr., Winter Springs, drug possession, controlled substance without prescription, drug equipment possession, driving while license suspended. Jennifer Elenor Potter, 29, 1125 S. Apopka Blvd., drug possession. controlled substance without prescription. David B. Miles, 39, 2381 Partnership Hills Rd., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent. Diana G. Matney, 58, 500 Bristol Dr., Altamonte Springs, petit theft-shoplifting. Julius Lee Jackson, 55, 1747 Chatham Cir., Apopence of alcohol or drugs, unlawful blood alcohol level. Jerome Anthony Burke, 47, transient, disor derly intoxication. Robert Jacobsen, 32, 1315 Apopka Blvd., Apopka, driving while license suspended. Christopher Julian Suarez, 19, 1049 Timberline Rd., Apopka, aggravat should have known victim without violence. Chassidy Nicole Odom, 22, 5429 King St., Zellwood, petit theft-shoplifting. Christina Thompson, 26, 740 NW 73rd Ave., um or derivative 4 grams to under 30 kilograms, mar ijuana possession, drug equipment possession, driving while license suspended. Phillip Vernon Walker, 32, 123 Honey Rd., Apopka, warrant. Joan A. Adams, 55, 303 Bluff Ln., Apopka, of alcohol or drugs. Rosemary Guinn Bar ceas, 46, 556 Sparrow Ct., Apopka, warrant. Gabriel R. Raburne, 18, 849 Crepe Myrtle Cir., Apopka, reckless driving. Christopher W. Ever ett, 28, 1819 Summit Chase Ave., Apopka, reckless driving. Kevin Roland Gonzales, 25, 3197 McGuire Rd., Orlando, robbery residence-home invasion withassault, burglary with assault battery, contempt of court, violate injunction protection, domestic violence. Sue Ann Alfrey, 59, 1717 Fairhaven Ct., Apopence of alcohol or drugs. Christopher Clark, 39, 1600 Jaguar Cir., Apopka, driving while license suspended, burglary to unoccupied conveyance unarmed, dealing in stolen property. Donald S. Candy Jr., 34, 3401 Pipes O the Way, Orlando, obstructing justice, evidence destroying, marijuana possession. James Lee McDuffie III, 32, 460 Lake Bridge Ln. #1117, Apopka, battery-simple assault.Police Beat By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff The 2014 Apopka Little League All-Star teams will have a tough act to follow as teams last year advanced to their respective state champi onship tournament and three played in their Section 5 tour nament. However, with a rich tra dition and history of success, Apopkas teams take to the add rather than live up to its predecessors as what was ac complished during 2013 was impressive, but not the ex ception. trict 23 championship tour naments and team represent ing Apopka to play in AllStar competition will be the at Oviedo, that District 23 tournament begins Monday, June 16. Apopka will use a comanager format with Greg Hemming and Chris Thomp son at the helm. Both have been managing Apopka Little League teams for many sea sons. Hemming was the man ger of last seasons Major advanced to the Section 5 championship after capturing the District 23 championship. Thompson is coming out of retirement. At the end of the 2011 season, he retired after guiding the last team he trict 23 championship. He has more than 20 seasons of experience. This years team is not as deep as other teams, es pecially the pitching staff, Hemming said. But we have the talent to win and advance. The quality is comparable. The result is we will have to be more focused and rely on performance as opposed to talent. The past few sea sons we have relied on tal ent more than performance. We could keep going through the line-up because there was so much talent that it was im possible for everyone on the squad to fail to make the big play. Eventually, the talent would give us what we need ed. We dont have that lux ury this season. We can still win, but not like we have in the past. We will have to be more focused on the task at hand, paying more atten tion to the details of winning baseball games. This seasons team will be attempting to up Apopkas consecutive state champion ship tournament appearanc es to two without its two best pitchers, who also hit over .300. Two other players also decided to play in other youth organizations. However, Tyler Adams and Asher Anderson will be on the team. Adams was a member of last seasons dis trict and regional champion ship team. Although it didnt claim the state championship, a challenge. Apopka split its four games in the state tour nament, winning two. Tylers experience come not having the depth, Thompson said. And he leads by example, which is bles we have a void in with the loss of the players. But we also need him to be a more vocal leader this season. We also have gotten some good fortune with Asher Ander on offense. However, he isnt the only player who can go yard. We have seven players who can hit the long ball. nitely more like last years among the three phases of the game. So we can rely on the talent we have on offense a little bit more than the pitch ing and defense. We might fests and put ourselves in the position of winning with our offense. But again, the talent to win on talent alone isnt as deep as it has been in the past, even on offense. The pitch ing is strong enough to keep us in the games and to come up with the big play when we need it. We just cant rely on the pitching staff to do it all the time and overpower the opponent like in the past. Anderson is leading the team with an average of about one-and-a-half home runs per game. Usually, a two-pool for mat is used with the two win ners of the both pools meet ing in a championship game. Each team plays a round-rob in during pool play. District 23 consists of Apopka, Oviedo, Maitland, Lake Mary, Casselberry and There are three rounds which determine the state championship the district, the sectional, and then the state tournament.Hello Folks Well, I believe its summer time in Florida. on June 21, but its gettin pretty hot right now, es pecially if you have been some bass in most of the lakes in our area. Captain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin some bluegills and shell-crackers in The Har ris Chain. Most of the folks Dead River and 9th Street of bluegills in the Apopka Beauclair canals, too. You will need some red worms and some grass-shrimp to catch em. You should try and get on the water as early as possible. Once that ole sun gets up, it gets pretty hot very quickly. Make sure you take along plenty of water to keep yourself hy drated. the Harris Chain has been pretty good early in the mornin. Look for bass to be feedin just off the points in the lakes around submerged hydrilla, and eel grass. You can catch em on shiners, swimbaits, and plastic worms. You will also catch em on shallow-runnin crankbaits. Lake Monroe and the St. Johns River have been good for bluegills and shellcrackers. You will do the pads. Again, red worms and grass-shrimp have been the best baits to use. If you want to catch some bass, try and locate some feeder creeks, where you ter comin into the river from the afternoon rains. bass feedin on the baitbass on swim-baits, shin ers, and plastic worms. Once they quit bustin on lina rig a plastic worm or a lizard in the area if there is a shell-bed in the area. You can also try a Shaky Rig by bouncin it off the bottom, around the shell-bed. You in the deeper holes in the St. Johns River. Most folks bottom. The Kissimmee Chain has been real good for bluegills and shellcrack pads, and around the shellbeds with red worms and has been best real early in the mornin. Folks are get tin on the water early or late in the day just before dark-thirty. Look for run nin water especially after the afternoon rains. The Butler Chain has been good real early in the deep-water areas of the lake just off the shoreline. merged hydrilla in deep water, that seems to be pro ducin some nice bass. You can catch em on plastic worms worked real slowly through the grass and hy drilla. If you cant locate em, move to deeper water and look for drop-offs and deep water holes. There are some deep holes in the chain, and sometimes those bass will get in em to keep cool. They could be hangin on a ledge just off the bottom or just off the bottom of the hole. You to catch em. Also keep an eye out for schoolers. This is the time of year they like to school up so keep a rod with a lip-less crank-bait tied on at all times. They very long so you got to be ready as soon as they come up. been pretty good in Bear Pond in the Seminole For est. You can catch and re lease your bass, but you can catch and keep your Just as a reminder, you water Saturday, June 14, and Sunday, June 15. So, if you have been waitin to weekend would be a good See ya next week. Tip of the week: runoffs. Save a few and good luck! Little League team looks to duplicate last years success Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 3B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 4B of this newspaper.Puzzle Solution

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 5B type. In all, there were 12 classes of cars, he said. You run in your re spective group, Rankin said. I saw some of the oth er cars and thought, Im not sure they put me in the right group. I built my car; what am I doing with yall? Rankin, who has had his share of success on road courses at Daytona and Sebring, drove not only the the Speedway, but negotiat ed 10 laps on the 2.5-mile oval in Indianapolis. On Saturday after noon (June 7), they turned us loose on the oval, Rankin said. I got to drive 10 laps. I hit more than 180 I passed some cars and a couple passed me, Zellwood farmer Hank Scott accompanied Rankin and also spent some time on the road course. On Saturday morning, Rankin practiced and qualthat had been scheduled for Sunday evening. However, he decided to head back home prior to the race because of the iffy weather forecast for Sunday and the long drive back to Central Florida. Rankins racing history allowed him to be among the 715 racers in the various categories out of more than 1,200 who tried to get an invitation to what was billed as the largest motor sports event in the history of racing in this country. There were 715 racers invited and I was honcut of invitations, said Rankin, who is a senior vice president for Old Flor ida National Bank in Apopka. In addition to the time behind the wheel at the Brickyard, Rankin got a chance to meet racing legends Bobby Unser, Par nelli Jones, Janet Guthrie, Lynn St. James, and several others. There was even a concert by 70s rock band Grand Funk Railroad. It was a pretty special event, Rankin said. (with Sean Connelly) champion ships. Those championships were backed up with nine others as he has added a total of 12 more to his resume over the past year. Just for good measure, he has also thrown 50 perfect games (300). What has gotten me to the next plateau or stage as far as turning that knowledge into results is the physical game, Ver gos said. I have expanded my game as far as what I can do. I am not relying on just one aspect or ability. Like any other (both individual or team) sport, the competitors have to be able to adjust to what the opponent is doing. The bowlers play has to suit what each situation and opponent presents. The bowler utilizes his or her strengths while weakening the opponents. I can make that adaptation because I have a more all-around, complete game now. And when it comes to Apopka, we won the state championship because we were the team which had the best all-around, complete game. We played every game and won by utilizing our strengths while weakening the opponents. The Blue Darters featured Vergos as the teams anchor. The championship also capped off an undefeated season at 18-0 which included the Metro Conference championship. of the 16 districts in the state qualify for the state champion ship tournament. The district tournaments use a double-elimination, head-to-head Baker game (each bowler takes a turn throwing one frame in successive order At the 2013 District 7 cham pionship tournament, the last ka and Circle Christian against each other. The outcome of the match up wasnt decided during decided during the 10th frame of two throws for Apopka to still have an opportunity to win. Ver gos was money as he threw three successive strikes to push Apopka to a three-pin victory and into the state championship tournament. Doing that as a freshman who has only gotten better is a scary thought for both individual and high school competition. The fundamentals are the centerpiece of the improvement and knowledge my coaches have discussed, Vergos said. For example, I am more focused and polishing the ability to keep my feet under myself and staying through with the shot (the follow through). Using my strengths while weakening the opponents has gotten better because my scores, according to oil patterns (on the lanes), are more consistent. The scores are about the same regardless of the oil patterns while my opponents are usually more varied. So the oil pattern is always a strength for me, but that is not always the case for the opponent. Even before the game begins, I am already using one of my strengths. But if the oil pattern is one the opponent isnt consistent on, it is a weakness for him. Sean Connelly, his doubles partner, is also well known throughout the state as his name is among the rankings, too. Connelly attends Lake Brantley High School. The 2013 individual state championship saw Connelly as one of the competitors. The 16 bowlers who compiled the highest scores among all the bowlers on every team during the prelim inary round earned berths in the individual championship tournaplace at the 2013 state champion ship tournament. Sean is a great partner and brings out the best in me, Ver gos said. We won because it was a team effort. Both of us bowled well. It wasnt just one of us scor ing high; we both did. The doubles team is a champion, because of each other. Vergos will be competing in the Junior Gold Championships this weekend. Held in his hometown of Buffalo, New York, the tournament is on the same level as the United States Bowling Congress State of Florida Pepsi Tournament, the USBC Junior All Event and USBC Junior doubles championships. have improved lately, too. I truly believe if I keep my head straight, the game is in my destiny. points. The game plan was to set up Smith for the overhand right, Duncan said. (Manager) John (Skully) kept telling me to be patient and the right opening to land it would come. He kept telling me to keep moving and use the jab to set up the big shot, the right over hand which he is prone to opening himself up for. Skully told me to wait until the later moments because Smiths physicality would wear down and I would get stronger. As the match progressed, I saw and felt that he was getting tired and couldnt keep moving like I was. The knockout punch was the result of Smith being too tired to move out of the way of my punches, while the punches I were throwing were done so with more and more force, because I wasnt as tired. Eventually, the two ele ments came together. Smith was stuck in the middle of the ring and he opened himself up for the overhand right. As far as the loca tion of the ring and the position of my body, I was in the perfect position to throw the overhand right. I still had the energy to wind up, punch solidly, where I wanted to and the way I wanted to. He was too tired to absorb it. I said before the match, the fans would see a more polished Craig Duncan, a boxer who was more conscious of his footwork setting up my strengths and more incorporated into the character of how I ter boxer in general. But the train it for just such a moment against Smith. scored the majority of his points gained decreased at the end of the second and third. Not only has Duncan become a more polished boxer which played a centerpiece role in how he fought this time, but he also sensed when the right time had come. When the fourth round began, I felt the time had come to throw the overhand right, but I wanted to make sure, Duncan said. I was ahead on points, had really slowed him down and he didnt have enough to create a situation where he could force the action. I didnt want to give it all back to him by making one bad mistake. I made him wobble dur to knock him down and I had a couple of other opportunities later. So I baited him. Smith was hoping to catch that one right moment and me off guard when I kept my hands low. John was telling me to keep my hands down because Smith was leaving himself open on his left when he tried time he stepped back because he had nothing left to throw a punch or attack with. When he did that, I knew I could deliver the punch I was looking for because he wouldnt be able to get his hands up. The second time he didnt step back, but his left side was open again and he leaned for ward just enough for me to make contact. With the victory, One Punch Boxing is looking to include Duncan in its next promotion, which will take place in about two months. At this time, no details have The support is why I am tory was special, because it was in front of the hometown support and Apopka could see me box. It was exciting for me and those who came to see me. I am so hapIt starts with Bryans Plumbing, who believe in me as my sponsor. I thank Smith for so well. I thank my family. My mom is at the top of the list and my brothers and daughter have been so supportive. My daughter presented me with a sign Friday morning, which was in the back of my mind and motivated ish the victory came. My girlfriend pushed me so hard when I had those moments where I didnt want to train. The UFC gym in Winter Springs, John Skully and Phillip Penson trained me hard and I need to credit them, too. I dont win without them, Duncan said. Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BFight: Race: Bowl: Floridians and visitors a freshwater recreational 15. Florida is the Fishing Capital of the World, and gine for our state, providing jobs from Pensacola to the Keys, Gov. Rick Scott said. These designated lia great opportunity for Floridians to celebrate summer with their families and loved ones, enjoy the freedom of the great outdoors, cast a line and get hooked We hope visitors and residents alike will be able to join in the excitement of this year by participating in ing days, said FWC Chair man Richard Corbett. This is an excellent opportunity to share the fun and togeth the entire family or to introduce someone to a lifelong These four license-free tional Fishing and Boating Week, a national celebra which started June 1 and runs through June 8. The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundations www. TakeMeFishing.org website is a place to learn about events sponsored by businesses and communities during National Fishing and Boating Week, as well identifying recreational tips. September (Sept. 6) and the giving (Nov. 29) have also been designated license2015) have been designat ed a license-free freshwabag limits, seasons and size restrictions apply on these dates. For more information, visit MyFWC.com/Fishing and rules. Learn more about livisiting MyFWC.com/Li cense and clicking on Do I Need One? and Free Fishing Days. The annual Blue Darter Softball Camp will be held Friday, June 20, from For those who register by Sunday, June 15, the cost is $50 and after June 15, the fee is $75. For more information about the softball camp, call AHS assistant coach email him at Michael.Hullinger@ocps. net. Blue Darter Softball Camp set Hoops time Coach Gary Wheeler and his play ers from the Apopka Blue Dart ers girls basketball team held a camp for younger girls this week at Apopka High. In the picture above, girls play a 3-on-3 contest while in the picture at the right, Brandy Holland res the ball toward the hoop ball during shoot ing practice at the camp.

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 6B Girls basketball state title highlights Wekivas yearKyla Allison, shown shoot ing a jump shot in the Class 7A state title game, was named the Class 7A player of the year after the Mustangs won the state championship in that class. Wekiva girls basketball coach Tommie Butts raises his arms in exultation immediately after the Mustangs won the Class 7A state title over the Harmony Longhorns in Butts second season as Wekivas coach. Deondre Fair was the main cog of the Wekiva offense during its 5-5 season. Head football coach Kenard Lang talks to a player during his rst season as coach at Wekiva High. Ray Repaci shows off his runner-up medal for nishing second in the state in individual boys bowling. Jarae Bargaineer, for the second time, was an individual state champion in girls weightlifting, continuing a strong tradition in the sport for the Mustangs. Walfrank Pineiro res the ball toward home plate for the Wekiva Mustangs baseball team. Kristina Brown, quarterback for the Wekiva Mustangs ag football team, res the ball down the eld. Willie Carmichael helps lead the Wekiva boys basket ball team to a regional playoff berth. Roland Wolfe returns a shot for the Wekiva Mustangs during a boys volleyball match against West Orange. Wekivas Hannah Stephens seeks to get around an opponent during a girls lacrosse match. The Wekiva High girls basketball team members and coaches pose for a picture with their Class 7A state championship trophy. The squad was the rst team in school history to win a state title.

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 7BBlue Darters have successful school year in sports The Apopka Blue Darters boys bowling team won the 2013 boys team state championship, the fth team championship in school history. The Apopka girls basketball team shows off their district tournament championship trophy. The team nished the season as the Class 8A, Region 1 runner-up. Showing off their district championship trophy after defeating West Orange is the Apopka Blue Darters softball team. The team nished as regional runner-up. A smiling group of Apopka High ag football players show off their fourth-straight district title trophy. The team nished the season in the state tournament. Pitcher Ronnie May helped lead the Apopka High baseball team to a regional nal appearance. Apopka wrestler Nick Celella raises his hands after a match at the state tournament where he nished fourth. Schylar Lillethorup and the Apopka boys volleyball team claimed the district runner-up spot, Chase Ripper (l) and Ryan Theroux scramble for the ball for the Apopka boys lacrosse team. Scott Williams was named the boys basketball coach at Apopka High after resigning at Wekiva High. Lindsay Sabiston slams the ball for the Blue Darters girls volleyball team during a win over Olympia. For the fth year in a row, the Apopka High girls soccer team won its district tour nament title. Here, the team members and coaches show off the trophy. Running back Robert Thomas led the state in rushing with 2,371 yards as the Blue Darters nished as the Class 8A state runner-up.

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fb b b r n bn rb ff tn rnf r fbfn bbf rnf trb rb rnf bbrb bb fbf f f fn b n r n n fnb bb n b t bb n b n bf bn rnf fbbf nb nfb ntb t n rbf rf bnrfb rf bfbr frfb ff fn b n r nr b rf rbf frfb r n r n ntb fbr bn b brnf r n r ntb fbr rf rnf nf f rbrb nrbr r f b ftf rf b r b n b r rrtbf rbnf r bnb f f brb nn r br b rf nfb nn br f n tb n bnf nb rf r rnf brb bfnrfnfn r n rf r n tb n bn f nb r frfb b f brfntbn bnf nb r nn brf n tb n bnf r bn rfrrrfbbbn r b brb n tb n bnf nb rf r bbf fbfn rf nr b n b brb rfrf nb rf t bn rfrr nf bb nf br rf r nf nrnf br f n tb n bnf nb r tbtb fn bf n tb brb rf tbtb fn nfb n tb brb r b n tbtb fn n tb brb b n rf t n tb n bnf nb rf r n rf nbb f f fn b n r frfb rbf n n brfntbn bnf n b nbb tb tf nf r rbnf rrt bf rbnb nn r b brb bf n rfr nf n rf n tb nrbr b b tb bf tbtb rbfnnrb nrf nb nrfntbnrbr rnf bfbr frfb fbf bf nfb rbf rf r ntb t rf n n r rb brb nff bf n ntb nnf n rfntbnrbr nbb ff frfb nbb n tb rb bnf n n ntb nnf n rf n tb nrbr rf b n r t r tn tr rrb n b nb rf n tb nrbr n n tr r f b tbtb b n bf bbbf nntbnb b bn rfrr br f n rf n tb nrbr tbtb f tb n n r f tnnrt n n tb n bb nf b r nbtb t r n t b rf fb b rt n bfb n rfn f rr rt n bf b n rfn f r nr fn n n nnrnf f rf n r nb nr b b b n b brb rfrf rf nb rf t bn n rr nf bb nfbr ttbnrtb nfr r fntb t r f ft f t t ttftr fr b r br ff r br f tf t t t ttft nfb nnfb rf n tb r fr bf n n bn b bfb b nf fb f rb n f tb n n tb ft r f rf n rfb nf nr tr tb b n tb n b n tb ttb rf b b r tb fb fb nffb r nrfbb brn bnb n nf r r tb tn n r tb n bbbrnn f bnf rf rf fb b f tb n tb rb rf ntb trf tb nb nfb r n tb rb n tb bfbf b r r tf r rb tb rb rbttrnfb bf rnb nrrn bf nrrn nfb nnb rfnbb rfb bfbb n bn rfnnr b r r nb nfbr n fbf nfbr n rffb tb nfbr n bnrtbrn nfbr n nf n nfbr n n fbnrf rfbrtrf bfnf n r b r bnf t r r tn fbb rf r nnrnf f n b n r rb f r n nbbf n bbf n r b bfb r fn n n n n tb n nf n brf rrfb brb nfr f rfb nf nn frn rf bn b rfb nf ntnb rfb bfb b rfn nr r rf f bnr nf n n frn n fr nf bnr nf n tnb ntnb r b b bb r r br r bn b n tbb n rbrrfb n brb nf bbf fn rnf tb b bn b tb tbb n rbrrfb b trf r n r b tbrf n nb r b r n brt tb bbnfr nfbrbb n rn f n tb r tb bn r bn b f r nn rb bn nrfbnf nr r rrb tr brfbnnf bn bf r bn nn rb bn n rfbnf nr tb r bb n tb nt bb n n rf tb nt bb n n rf tr nnf n r rb r bb r nn tnr f r n rf rrbf n tb r nt bb n n rn f n tb r tb bn r bn b f r nn rb bn n rfb nf nr tb nt bb n n rf rf rrb r bb nf tb r rf tb nt bb n n rf rf tb nt bb n n r nnf n tb rrb r n r rrb b n tr brf bnnf bn b f r bn nn rb bn n rfb nf nr nbtb t rrb n bfb r nn bb f nt n n t nt n r tb nt bb n tb nt r n tb ntbr rb n tb ntbr rb bnf nft nt rfb r rfbnf nr n tb ntb n fb n tb ntbr rb n tb ntbr rb n b nf nft nt rfb r f nt b bb fb b nf r rnf tb b fb n r ntbr rb n ntbr rb bb n nffb nt b bb fb bnf r bb n tb nt fb n nt bb n nt r n ntbr rb n ntbr rb n r bnf rf tbf nt b bb fb b nf r rnf r nt fb bb n r fb n ntbr rb n nt br rb n r bnf tbf nt b bb fb bnf r rnf r r fb bb n tb ntbr n fb n rn f n tb r tb bn r bn b f r nn rb bn n rfb nf nr 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rf tr nnf n r rb r bb r nn tn r f r n rf rrbf n tb r nt bb n n rn f n tb r tb bn r bn b f r nn rb bn n rfb nf nr tb nt bb n n rf rf rrb r bb nf tb r rf tb nt bb n n rf rf tb nt bb n n r nnf n tb rrb r n r rrb b n tr brf bnnf bn b f r bn nn rb bn n rfb nf nr nbtb t rrb n bfb r nn bb f nt n n t nt n r tr r n tb ntbr rb n tb ntbr rb n tb ntbr rb n bnf nf t nt rfb r rfb nf nr f nt n r bn b f r nn rb n tb bn n rfb nf nr ntbntbn fbn tb nt rb n tb nt r n tb ntbr r b n tb ntbr rb n bnf nft nt rfb r rfb nf nr f r bb nt bb r bb n r tbfb nffb nt b bb r bb r bb n b n b n tb r fb n b nf tbfb nt bb b bb n b n b n tb b n rf rbbf nb rf r n tb nt bb n tb ntb bb n tb nt rb n tb nt r n tb ntbr r b n tb ntbr rb n bnf nft nt rfb r rfb nf nr bf r r nf bb b n tb ntbr n fb n tb nt r n tb nt brbntbntbr rb n tb ntbr rb n bnf nf t nt rfb r n r f tbfb b r rfb n bb f tbfb nt r rfb n bb f tbfb r r rfb n bb f tbfb nt r rfb n bb n tb ntbrbb n tb nt bb tb bn rn f n tb r tb bn r bn b f r nn rb n tb bn nrfbnf nr rbbf r nfrfb f rrf bb bn b f r bn nn rb bn n rfb nf nr r n r bnfrf rbbf r nfrfb f rrf bb bn b f r bn nn rb r bn nn rb rf b bn b f r bn nn rb bn n rfb nf nrrnr bnf nbbf rf b bb f tb b nrf nbf ff fn b n tr brf nrb rb nf n rn bbb tt fbf r bn b f r bn nn rb bn n rfb nf nr tr brf fbf n bf rb nf n rn bbb tt fbf r bn b f r b n nn rb bn n rfb nf nr tr brf n rnfnnrbr b nf n rn bbb tt fbf r bn b f r bn nn rb bn nrfbnf nr tr brf frff rbbf tt f bf r b nf n rn bbb tt fbf r bn b f r bn nn rb bn n rfb nf nr tr brf frff rbbf rb nf n rn bbb tt fbf r bn b f r bn nn rb bn n rfb nf nr rf tr brf frff rbbf rb nf n rn bbb tt fbf r b t tb nr b b rfrnf b fb b b ttbnrtb nfr r f nftb ff f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n b nnf tbbt nb r f f bnf rf rf fb b f b n b rb rf nb rf b nb nfb r n b trb n b bftbf b r r f tr rb b rb tr n fb trfrrftr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrtrfrrftr r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t b t bf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n t tb r f nftb t ff f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnftbbt nb t b 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 tr n fb trfrrftr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrtrfrrftr r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t b t bf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n t tb r f ntb r t t f rt t t t r r t rfnftb t bt fb nf t ft tb tb nfb nf nt t t tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb t t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t f b n r r tn n bntbtfb t r r r r f t r nn n tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n nt n n t t n t fb fn f b n t t btb tbbfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt r f ntb b r n r f r f rfnftb t bt fb nf t t tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tf b t tb t n t b b t f b n r r tn n b n t bt fb r n b r b n n rr r f n r nn b bb tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt b b b b n n t n t fb fn f b n t t btb tbbfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt bb r f nftb bb f f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b ft tr n b nnf tbbt nb r f f bnf rf rf fb b f b n b rb rf nb rf b nb nfb r n b trb n b bftbf b r r f tr rb b rb tr n fb rbbt ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrrfbbt r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t tb b tbbf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n tbtb r f ntb r t r f f r t f f f f t f f rfnftb t bt fb nf t t tb b b tn f f f t f b tb tb fb t b ntb tb t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t f b n r r tn n bntbtfb f f r f r r r r f b r r r f r f r t r nn n r tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n nt n n t t n t fb fn f b n t t btb tbbfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt r fntb bbt ff r r f r f fr ffr fr fffr fr fr ff r f ff f f f f ff r f f r f f ffftr f rf rrfntbn b bb fr ffr fr ff fr fr fr ff rf rrfntbn b bb t b b b b f f r r f r f r n tt r r n b b n n r b tb t t t t t t tt rf f r r b t br bbbb tt ntnb tb b t tt b rff n tbrtb b

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rfntt bbbnt r r f n t btn b r n r t t tn t t f t r t r f b n rn t t t t bnb t t n fbb r b 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 n n n b t t t n r b nb t b t t bfttt bbn n rfntt bbbt r r rt r 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 t fbb r b 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 bn n n b t t r b b ntnbn t t bfttt nbb bb rfntbtt t r rt r rr rrrr r rr f rrr bt rrt t rrrbt f t bt rt r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr rr r f r rr fr nt br n tr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r r f ff r f bt rt t t t t tbrt r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt br rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f bb n rfntbtt bbbnt r rt r rr rrrr rr bt f rr b r r r r r r rrrr rrrr rr rrrrr r r ff rrr t rr f r rr fr nt br n tr br rt n tr ft r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r r n r r f f bnbtnb rt t t t t t brt r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt br n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f bb nnn rfntbbtt t r ff rrr r f f r rrr rrr r f rr r f f rr bt rt r r r r r rrrr rrrr rr rrrrr r rrr f f rr f r r ff f r rr fr nt br n tr br r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt b f t t t r t r r t t r r r t f r f fb bnbbtb rt t t t t t brt r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt br n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f bb nn rfntbtt nt r f rr b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r ff r t r rr f f r rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt f b t f b r t r t r t r n bbn r f nrrb bnt rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt br rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f bb n r f nftb b ff r r f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnftbbt nb f r f bnf rf rf fb b f b n b rb rf nb rf b nb nfb r n b trb n b bftbf b r r f tr rb b rb tr n fb rftnfnr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrftnfnr r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t b t bf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n t tb r f nftbt bbtt f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b b n b b ttb n r r n rfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnftbbt nb t r f bnf rf rf fb b f b n b rb rf nb rf b nb nfb r n b trb n b bftbf b r r f tr rb b rb tr n fb tbfbf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrt bfbf r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t tb b tbbf n n n n n n n n n n n f bfbf n tbtb rfnttbbbbt f r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f r t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbnnt f r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rn t t t t nn t t fbb r b f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnt bbt 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 n t t n fbb r b 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 bn n n b t t n r b nb tb t t bfttt bbn n r fntb r f r b r r f nnfb rfntbbb n b r r r b r r fnrb t b bb f b r nrrnnnnr b bb r n r r r rn nr nr r t nnn r f fbbr rnnr bb n r rfntb n r r b f f f f f f r r bn r b rrbr r b r rb r nb r r r r r rr r n r r br r rr nbr fnrb nr r r b r r r r r b nn r r b nn b r b r n r fnrbr t b r rn r r nbrf nr fn n nnnr rbn r nr nn r nr nfr rfntbtt nt t rff f fr fr b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r r r rr ft r f r rr fr nt br n tr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt t r r t r r r f b bbt rt t t t t t brt r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt br n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f bb n r fntbt tn ff r r f f fff b n f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f f f ff r ff ff r f ff r f rr fr nt br n tr br rt n tr ft t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r r r f br f r r f r tt r rnb rt t t t t t brt r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt br n t t rt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f rf fff f r ffr frn rfbtr rrt ntr f f f r f f fff f rbb rt bntrntb bn rfr frnftb fbtt fbbt r rf f r t r ff n t b rb nr rf b ftn tnff bbnf f nff r r b b ff tb t

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rfnttbbt f r f nfr n tb t r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r r t t t bb b t t fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f t r rt r tn t n r b nb tb t f bbn nb rfnttbbt f r f nfr n tb r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rbn t t t t nn t t fbb r b f t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f t r rt r tn t n r t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbt f r t 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 r t t t t nn t t fbb r b f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbt f 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 rn t t t t nn t t fbb r b f t r f f f f ft f t t f f f t t f rf f r f r r b t r fftrf r f r r ft r f r tf f t t f f r t fr t f tf r t rf n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnt bbnt r r t r f n t btn b r n n r n t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n r bnn t t t n t t n fbb r b 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 n n n b t t n r b nb tb t t bfttt bbn nn rf nt nb b t ft ft nn ff ff ff f ff ff t rffr n tbntrtrt trft t rfnt bnt r r r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r tr f b n r nnnnn t t t t t fbb r b 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 bn n n b t t r b b ntnbn t t bfttt nbb b rfnt bbbt r r f n t btn b n r t t tn r t t f t r tr f b n r n t t t n t t nt fbb r b 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 n n n b b n t t n r b nb tb t t bfttt bbn nn rfnttbbbt f rt tr 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 rnnbb t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn nb rfnttbbt f r f nfr n tb t r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rnn t t t bb b t t fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f tr rt r tn t n r b nb tb t f bbn nb rfnttbbbt 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 r t t t nn t t t tn fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn nb rfnttbbbt f t r fr f ntb n n n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnn t t t nn t t t tn fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn nbn rfnttbbbt f r rrr r r r f nfr n tb t r t t r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rn t t t nn t t t tn fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f tr rt r tn t n r b nb tb t f bbn nb rfnttbbt f r r r f nfr n tb t tr f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rbn t t t bb b t t fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f t r rt r tn t n r t n r b nb tb t f bbn nb

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rfnt bbt r rr r f n t btn b n tr t tn t t f t r tr f b n r t t t n t t nt fbb r b 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 bn n n b t t n r b nb tb t t bfttt bbn nb rfnt bbt r r r f n t btn b r n tr t tn t t f t r tr f b n r nbn t t t n t t nt fbb r b 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 bn n n b t t n r b nb tb t t bfttt bbn nb rfnttbbnnt f rrr r rrr r r r f nfr n tb t t t r t t t r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rnbb t t t bb b t t fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f tr rt r tn t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbnnt f t r rr r r fr f ntb n n n n n n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnnb t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbnnt f r r rrr r r r f nfr n tb t t r t t r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rn t t t bb b t t fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f tr rt r tn t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbbt f r fr f ntb n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnbn t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbt r r f rr r f nfr n tb r r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rb t t t bb b t t fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f t r rt r tn t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbnt f r fr f ntb n n n r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rnb t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbnbnt r f r rr r r f nfr n tb t t r f f fr f f t f b b f b n r rnnb t t t bb b t t fbb r b f t t f n n n b n br b r r b b r f r n r fr r r f f b f nbfr f f f b f n f b b b f b r f bn n b f b f tr rt r tn t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbt r f r r fr f ntb r f f r r f r f r n r f f tf f f ft f r tff f f f rb t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n rfnttbbt r f r r 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 rbnb t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn nb r fn tb r f nt b bt r tt n nttntn f br f bffb r t rrr f b r t rr br t nn t t n t nn t n t t b n nt n n t n t n t n n n t n t t t n rtt rr rf fn t b b b b fn f r f r b r r fr r br f fnf b r nr rf nn tb tn br r b r r f rb brb r bfn f f rr b f br f fr rrr b r rfr bfr f nb rfbbrrbff n r f r fn n tbff n tb nf n b nnn n n t ffnf r n nn nf rfn nt r fntb f r fff f r r ff f b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f rr fr nt br n tr br r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r r r f r f t r f r bbr rbtb rt t t t t t brt r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt br n t t rt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f rf fff f r ffr frnb rfr rrn tbr f f f r f f fff f r rt brbn ntbt rfnttbbbt f r 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 rn t t t bb b t t fbb r b 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 n n f n t n r b nb tb t f bbn n

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r fntb bbt nb f f fr r r r f rf n f nt tr b r f nt tr b r b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b b f br f r r r r b b b b r b b b b b nb b b b n b f b n bn r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rn nn n rtb b r fntb bbt nt f f fr r fr r f rf n f ntbnn ntbnn f btr ff r r t bb r r r nn nn n b nb f b n n r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rtnn tnnb n rtb b r fntb bb n f f fr r f r r f rf n f n tbn n n n tbn n n b n n b f t tr f f r r tt r r b r n b n t n b n b b t fb b r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rb n rtb b r fntb bbt n f f fr r ffrr f rf n f r b n tbn tn nn t bn nt tn t nt n n n nnn tnn tnn n n nn n tt b n tttnntt t tn t t tn t n n n n nnbnbn n n tbnn n n nn b n t n t t nn t tn t n nn ntn n n bn nf t br r r b b r r t n n n nn t n nnn t n t t r tn nn n n t t t n n t bn n b t n n t n n n tbnn nn bn n nn t t n n tn n ntn nn t ntbnnn ntt n nn ntn nt tn t n nn tn nn ftnn nn tn nn tt r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n rtb b r f nftbb bt ff tbb tbb f r f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnf tbbt nb tb t tt t b 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 tr n fb bff ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rbff n r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t tb b tbbf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n tb r fntb bbt n f f fr r r frr f rf ntb n nb ntb n nb f n b b b b b b r bb tb r r tbbr r fr r btbbbbbr r r r r r r r r bb r r r r tb f r tt btt b t b tn f n t t r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rbntnb ttb n rtb b rfntbtt t r f rfr fr b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr rt f rt rrr f rrt f f r rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r t r n r n r f nn f bnbtnb rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f b nn r f nftbt bb f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnf tbbt nb t f 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 tr n fb rftnfnr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrftnfnr r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t tb b tbbf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n tb r f ntb n n f n n f rr n rr nnr n nn r n r r f t n n n ttt t n n rfnftb t bt fb nf t r tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb n bb tn n bb tn t t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t fb b n r r tn n bntbtfb n r f b n n n t r n r n r f t r nn tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt n t t t n t t r t t btb tbbfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt fnrrt r f ntb b ff nf n f r f nt b r bb b b t b nf t t t n f t t f f n n fn r n n r n b r f r b b f b b b b b b b bb b r b b b b b n f b nbb bb b b b b bb b b b b b f nn rfnbb bn b ffbf b r f ntb nnn f r bbb r f ntb b b b nr b b b n r b nb r n n n r n n r f n f f r fn n f nf n r r r n f n r n n fnfn r tffnr r n f fr fn n f n f r rf n f tff f fn n f fn n nfr nr n tf nr ntf rf f fn n rnb r rf f tn r n n r r nr fr b brrf nb fnrfn r nr r t b r r n nn rt r ffb r b r fntbb f fff r r fffr r ff f rfnrf tbrff rf nnf n bbt b n bn b rb trbt r bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n rfb nf rftn ntr b n b n ttb b frftb b n b b rft b ttb n r r r nf b n r ntb b nn ftbbt nb tr f r r br nr r nr rnb 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 rbtfttrnfb r btn rrn rr bt n ntrnfr n n fbnrf rrftrbbr tb rrftrbbr bbnfb rb bnrb brntb b r f r n tb r b r nrr r nrr rr b r rf ffn rtb bfnrf n t n t n tf ffnn n t ff ff nnrf t fr t rtnr tntf frtrtnrt ntf rn bf t n tn rt t ftnf t nf ff n f bfnnf f fr t rtnr t ntf rn bf t n tn rt t ftn f t nf ff n fbfnnf f fr t rtnr t ffbf ntf rn bf t n tn rt t ftnf t nf ff n f bfnnf f n t tf ff b btn f t t t n t tf n f ntfnn f t nf t tf f f t fnrf n rf n f rf t f f tt t t tn r ffnf f ntn ff tt ttb rt tn t ft f nf t nft tfnf tn t bf tf ff f rtnt rt r fntb fnt t f r trf r fnt r b rn rn rnbn b t bb b b nb r bn t b r b rrfn rfbn nb r nn b tbb r rn r b r rn bn b tbn b nr nb r rn r n b nb n brtbnbrfrrn nbbbtbt rb ttt bbn rtb rn b nb r bn t b b bnbt bt rr nb nr rnt rtfr bb rn b bn r t rn bbn brn b tbnb r brbn t rn b rn b b bn bbn rbntb bbbbn bt r rn b n bb bb b br rn brrnbn b ff f nr ff fnf b f b t r bnrbrn btrbn bfbn tr nb bb rr nrrn tbfrfb bb rf n tbr tn t f n rfn tb r n rb n n b b n t r fnr r t n n r r r nnfb nfn r r t n n b tt tf n t tt rr rrb nb r fr n r r nb b b b b b b rr r f n tfnb r r r n f b fn f rfb r f r r r f fbf f f b r rfn tnnb rt t tft n t n b f rn f f r f b tt nrf tt f nrf tt nrf tt r nrf tt rb nrf tt ff nrf tt r n tt r n tt b nrf rbrtr tnfn nn

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r fntb bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n f nt nt b b rn nt nt b b rn n f ttr r r b b r r n r b b b f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n rtb r fntb bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n nt b nt b f r r r b b r r r t b t f t t r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rnt n rtb r fntb bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n f ntb f f ntb b b f tr r r b b r r b r b n n b b b fb b r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rbn nt n rtb r fntb bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n ntb f f f ntb f b r r r b b r r b r t t n b n f n n r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r nt n rtb r fntb bbt n f f fr r fr r f rf n nt b f nt b f t tr r r b b r r t r b f r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rb b n rtb bb r fntb bbt nb f f fr r r r f rf n f fr f ffr btt f n tbn tn nn t bn nt tn t nt n n n nnn tnn tnn n n nn n tt b n tttnntt t tn t t tn t n n n n nnbnbn n n tbnn n n nn b n t n t t nn t tn t n nn ntn n n bn nf b tr f r r r r t n n n nn t n nnn t n t t r tn nn n n t t t n n t bn n b t n n t n n n tbnn nn bn n nn t t n n tn n ntn nn t ntbnnn ntt n nn ntn nt t n nn tn nn ftnn nn tn nn tt r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n rtb b r fntb bbt nb f f fr r r r f rf n f nnnt b t fff nnnt b t t t t t t t t t t t t t t b t b t t f t t t tr f r r r r t t t t r b t t t b nt t t b t b b t tn f t n tn r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f rnnnn nn n rtb bt r fntb bbt nb f f fr r r r f rf n f f frfr frr b f n tbn tn nn t bn nt tn t nt n n n nnn tnn tnn n n nn n tt b n tttnntt t tn t t tn t n n n n nnbnbn n n tbnn n n nn b n t n t t nn t tn t n nn ntn n n bn nf br f r r r r t n n n nn t n nnn t n t t r tn nn n n t t t n n t bn n b t n n t n n n tbnn nn bn n nn t t n n tn n ntn nn t ntbnnn ntt n nn ntn nt t n nn tn nn ftnn nn tn nn tt r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r f f f f r n rtb b r f nftb bbb ff f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnf tbbt nb r r b bb b bt 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 tr n fb rftnfnr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrftnfnr r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t tb b tbbf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n tb r fntb b f r b b b f nnfb r fn tb bb b r r r b r r fnrb t b f b bbf b r n r r nn nn r b bb r n r rr rn nr nrr t r f fbbr rnnr bb n r r fn tb n r r r r r r f f f f f f r r bn r b rrbr r b r rb r nb r r r r r rr r n r r br r rr nbr fnrb nr r r b r r r r r b nn r r b nn b b r t n r fnrbr r rn t b n r r nbrf nr fn nn nnr rbn r nr nnr ntfn nfr r f ntb nnn bbb rf f n n tbb f f b n b b f b b b f f r f n t f f n t n b b n b t t rt t t t t r t b n bt t rt t t r t rt t t r tf t t t t t t t b bf r t f t r nfb t t b rbffr t n t b f b bb rbt b r fntb r f f f rf n tb b bt b n r n fn f bb f r b n rf b n f f n n f f b n rb n tt t t f n tbt t r fntb btb ff r r f ff fr f ff r f f f r fffff tr frr ff f r f r r r n tb b rr r r btbtb f r f r f r r r n f f n n n rrfr r r fr r r r r f rr rf r r bb n r f b r f rr r r r f r f f r f r f t ttr f r f r r f r fr r r r r r r b fr r r f f r r rr r f fr b r r f r f r r f r rr r f r r rr r r r r r f r r rr r r r r r r r rf r rr rr r r rr f f r r rf r r rr rr r f r r r r rr r rr rb tb bttbt rrtb r rr bbt rff f r r r b r r rbb rr rrtt rrrtbbtb rb tt n rtb rfnntbb ntb rr f f b rb rb r r r r r rrrr rrrr rr rrrrr r r rrr r r rr r rrrb r f f r rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r r r n r tb r r f tr rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r b rr r f r n n bn r r r b b r r r rr r b f n n r f ntb bbb rf ntb bbtr n rt f r t tr nb tr t nt t rb b t r f b tr t f t btr t b t tn nb tr t f t t rb b t nb tf t nt trfb bt r bt t rf r t ft t rttrrrtf b f t nt trfb bt r t n tf trb r nrt tr t fttftb f tft brrtf r bnt bbtr r r n nr rtr f tn n b

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r fntb b f n ff r r fr r r f r r r r r f r r r r fr r n f f ff r rfntb fbr rfrf f r r r r r f r r r r rrf r f fnr fr fffrf fr rf r rfrf n f f f r r rt t f t ff f fr r r r f r r f ntr r br fr fr r f fr f b bfr r r r bfr rf r tr f rf r r tr r r fr r f r fr r f ftr ff r r f r r rtfr f rf r fr f nf f rf rf f r r rf rf f f t r frfr rtf f r f r r nf f rf rf t f r f r f r rf f f f f fr f r r f f f f r f f bf nf r bf bt nr rf rf f t f f f f r r rf rf f r f f f f f rf f fr f r r f f f f f fr f r f f fr f r f f f r f f f f t r f r r r fr f r r fr f f nf n f r r f r fr f r r f frf f r r r b f f frf f f t f f f br f r f r r f f f r r r r r r tr r t r tbr nbb r r t r r r n f f r f fr f f f f f t fr n f f r r fr f f f r t r r f f rf rf f f n rr fnr r r r r r r r t r f br r r b tbr r r n rtb rfntbtt bt frf rt r rr rrr rr rrt r rrbt f r rrr rrr rr rr frr r rrr rrr r t rrf rrfr r rr rt rr r r r rr frr f fr frrr rrr rf t rrr fr rr rfr rr rr r rt rt r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r r rr fr t r rt r f r rr 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fr r fr r r r b t tt frr r fr r r r r r r r r f f r r r r r r rf rf r rf r fr r nt rrb t rrbt bbbbt r frf f r r bntfn nfr r f ntb ntt nn nn t nt rfnftb t bt fb nf t ft tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n t tb tn fn fb tb fn nnt tn n n tb tb b tbn t t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t fb b n r r tn n bntbtfb r r r r f t r nn r tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n nt n n t t n b t fb nr nt t btb tbbfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt bn r f ntb r bbb r f f n n tb f t r b nf t bn f f f f n f f b f n f t t t t t r t t t t r t f f f f f n ft t t r t t r t t t r t r t t t t bf f r r f t r n t fr n t ff rb b r f n t b b r b r b r b r t t fr fb t n b t bn r n r r b n b t t t b t r rfrn tb f b n n f ffnf ff ffnf ffnnfn f fff f f nn tr nfn n r fntb b fnt t bbf r t bbf b rrfn tb nf b b b f b b n f n b r fntb fnt t bbf r tr n rf f b rfnn tb r nr nf b b nr nnr b b nn n 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r fntb b f f f r ff b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f f rr fr nt br n tr brt rt n tr ft t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r f fr r br f f f f r f fr r b f ff ff f f f f f tr f fr f f r br f r r f t f r f tr bb f tt f r bb f f t f b f bt f r f f tr n f f t ff ff f f f r f f b f nb f r f bt f f f t b f bt f r f f tr tn f t b f bt f r ff trtn f t t f b f r f f tr r rbtbb rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt t n t t rt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f rf fff f r ffr frnb rfr rrn tbr f f f r f f fff f r rt rbn ntnbt r fntb bnbn f ff rff f ffff fff brff frff b r ff f b f r r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f r f rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt n f b r r f r nr f r bbf r rbt rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt t n t t rt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f rf fff f r ffr frnb rfr rrn tbr f f f r f f fff f r rt rbn ntnb r fnttb ttnn frrf ff r f f f r r r r r rr rr r rr nr frrf ff f r f r f ff r r f rr fnn tr b rn b r n n n nr b r t n f r r r r bn r n r bn nn f nr nr f r r t br br f tr bbr f r f r r f f f f r f r nbn r n nn r f r rn r r n r r n rn n t r bn n f n b nfnn n r f t tr tr b b f f f f f r r f rff fff f r ffr frn rftr rrt ntr f f f r f f fff f r rf rnt t r fntbb nt f f f r f ff f b f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f f fff r f rr fr nt br n tr t rt n tr ft t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt nr r fr nr f r fr f r tbr rbtbn rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt t n t t rt f fr fr n t n t f f f f r r f rf fff f r ffr frnb rfr rrn tbr f f f r f f fff f r rt rbn ntnn r f nftbb btbtt r f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnf tbbt nb nf t b bbt 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 tr n r rrffrf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrrftfrf r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t tb b tbbf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n tb t r f nftbb btt r f ff f rf n rf tb n fr tbf bfb bt f rb n n b n n b tr f rft n nf ntr b bf rf rft b r r b bbftrf b b b n b b ttb n r r nrfbb brn bnbn r b n n nf b tr n fb b nnf tbbt nb t t b r f bnf rf rf fb b f b n b rb rf nb rf b nb nfb r n b trb n b bftbf b r r f tr rb b rb tr n r rrffrf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrrftfrf r n rn bn b r n n n n nnn n n n n n n n n n nn n f n n n nn n t tb b tbbf n n n n n n n n n n n f rb n tb r f n ntbb b n n rn n nnn bf nn nfnn bf f t rf nn rr n r ff n n f n n r nnnnnfnf nnfn n nn rnn ft nnnn nf t nn rf n r tbfr f n tn n r rf bf tn n r r r n f bf r n n b b n n bbr b b bf rf n nf tnbr bf t t t b rbfb rf r frf r n b rf b n r r nrf rn n nnfrnf r r nnbf b n r n bf rb n tbfrfnb f nn n f f f n bf n bbf n r f t r f fbb b r n r nfnff b tnbrrn ftt t n fnrbfb b f b brbt nf trbb bfrrb rbbnfn n r r nf rbbf r b n f rbfbf r r n r rb b fn r rf r r r n rb n r rb n b fn fb n rf rbfbf f r nf nf n n r r n b ff r rb b fnb b nb rf n bfbrb n f rn rf b brf b brbbb b n r r nf b r brbb n f rf rnnrbnf bf n n rbbr bf b nbf n r fb r fn n n n n nbbnf n rbf rbrf r nfr n bfbrn r n rf f b rfn t nf n bbf n nbf r n n b n b fnb n rbf b n r rbf brb r b n r nb b rb r brtnbrrb bnrb fb r f ntb f rr r bbt t t rfrntbbn tn rtb f rf nb frnf nt tbf t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt ft nt nt b nf tntb b f tnt fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nr bt nb fntf f nf nb t b b n rt b t f f fb n b fb t n tnrtbbb r r r r f t t nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb b f t f b f t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bfb 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 n n nn n n n n n n n b n b n n b n b n n n nt n n t nb b b n n nrbf fnnf nf tnt tr bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn n b rf ntb n n f n n n rn n n nn n n n b rr nn nnnb f f n n nn rrrn nfnn n n b n n rfrntbbn tn rtb f rf nb f nt b nt f f fbbt f rf n nb n nt tb f t n b f rb rfb b b rn f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt nf tntb b f tnt fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb f ntff nf nb t b b n rt b t f f fb n b fb tntnrtbbb n n r n r f t bb tbb nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb b f t f b f t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bfb 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 t tt t t t t t t t b t n b t t b t b t t t t t t nb b b n n nrbf fnnf nf tnt tr bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn t b r fntb btb r ff ff r f fr f fffr r f f fr f rr f nrtb f r t t r r r r ft r rt r ft tt r r tr br r r tt bt t tft r t tt b t nr b b f f f f f f f t t t nr r ft r r tft f bt r b r fff n rtb rfntbbtt t r ff f f rf b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr rr rrrt f f r rr fr nt br n tr n r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r r t r n r f br bnnt rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f b n r f n ntb b nnf nn n n n nn bbf nn nf nnbbf f t n n nnnnf t nn rf n r tbfr f n tn n r n rf bf tn n r r r n f bf r n n b b n n bbr b b bf rf n nf tnbr bf t t t b rbfb rf r f rf r n b rf b n r r nrf rn nn nf f r n r r nnbf b n r n bf rb n tbfr fnb f f n n f n bf n r ft nf fb b f r n f nfnff b tnbrrn ftt t n fnrbfb b b brbt nf trbb bfrrb rbbnfn n r r nf rbbf r b n f rbfbf r r n r rb b fn r rf r r r n rb n r rb n b fn fb n rf rbfbf f r nf nf n n r r n b ff r rb b fnb b nb r f n bfbrb n f rn rf b brf b brbbb b n r r nf b r brbb n f rf rnnrbnf bf n n rbbr bf b nbf n r fb r fn n n n n nbbnf n rbf rbrf r nfr n bfbrn r n rf f b rfn t nf n bbf n nbf r n n b n b fnb n rbf b n r rbf brb r b n r nb b rb r brtnbrrb bnrb fb b r f ntb n n n rfrntb b n tn rtb f rf nb nf nt b nt f f frt f rf n nb f nttb ftn b f rb rfb b b r n f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn ft ntb nt b n nf tntb b f tnt fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nr bt nb fntf f nf nb t b b n rt b t f f fb n b fb t n tnrtbbb tt nn tt t tt t t t t tt t t t tt t t t tt tt t t t t t t f fbf t nt n brf nt ftn f fb nb b f t f b f t nf tr n rfb t ntb fb n t ft nt nt t bfb 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 t tt t t t t t t t t n t t t t t t t t t nb b t n rt tr t nf tnt nttr bbf tfntb rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn bt r f n t b b r b r b r b r t t fr fb t n b t bn r n r r b n b t t t b t r r fn ftb bttt n b nf nr r tr rrbnftb bt r fntbn f btfr r f n t t b n t t t t t r rt t nt t n rt f tt r r t r rt f t t t t r r n tt t n nt nt ft t t nrt tn ftt t t n nt t nrt t rtt t f t tnt t t t t n nrtt t ntt rr bn ntnbb

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r f ntb b r rf f nf bf fbf f n f r rf n f n f f n rfnftb t bt fb nf t t tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tf b t tb t n t b t fb b n r r tn n b nt btfb f f f f f bf r f n r nn f fb tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt f b f bf f bf bf n f n t n t t ntf n tt t btb bfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt t fb b r f ntb tt r b r b t ntt t rfnftb t bt fb nf t t tb b b tn f f f t f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb tt f t t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t fb b n r r tn n bntbtfb nn n nn n n n n nn n n n nn bb n n n n n n nt r nn bb tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt n n nn n n n n n n n b n b n n b n b n n n nt n n t t n t t ntf n tt t btb bfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt n b r f ntb tt r t tr rr t r t tt t rfrntb b nrnftnrtb f rf nb f nt b nt f f t tntb bt b n nb f nt tbf t n n b f rb rfb b b r n f rb t nt f fnt rtb fn f t ntb nt bn nf tntb b f tnt fnt rtb f b rfb b b b nt b f f n n tt nrbt nb fntff nf nb t b b n rt b t f f fb n b fb t n rnf tn rtbbb r r r r r f t f fbf 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 n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n nt n n t nb b b n n nrbf fnnf nf tnt tr rbfnnt tr rb bnn ntn bn rfntbntt b rr f r rf rr r rf rrrrt rr rrrrr rt r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r rt rrrt r rr f rr rrt f f r rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt rr t t r r t nbb bbb r r n t r r f bnb rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b t n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f b n rfntbtt nt r f r rrr rrr r f r fr f t b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r f r rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt rt t r b b r f bnr f bnnt rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b t n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f b nn rfntbtt bt r rt r rr rrrr rr rrrr r bt f f f bt rt r r r r r rrrr rrrr rr rrrrr r r r ft r r f t t r r rf t rrr fr r rr f f r rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt rt r t r b n r f rf bnbbtn rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b t n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f b n rfntbtt b rr t r r r rr rrrr rrr f rr r rrrr r r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r f r rr fr nt br n tr nr r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt br r r b r n r f bbr bn rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f b nnb rfntbtt bt r ff f rf b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r t r rt r t f r rr fr nt br n tr t r r r r nt t tt tt r r nt r b bnf r rr t r r r b r bn r r rr r r t r f t rnb nb r t t r n r f bb rt t t t t t br r t r t r r t t t t t r t t t r tt t r f r nt b t n rt t t f fr fr n t t r r r r r r rrr f r t rr r b f r ntb r r r t t r r r rr r t f b n r fntb r r r r r f r r nfr nnf r f ntbnb nnt r f r f f r b r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r r rb b r b r f f r f f ntb nb b r f r b r r r r r r r r r r r b b f b r b r f b r r b f r r f nbn b fb n b t btn t ttt rr r f f ff bntfn nfr r f n ft bt trr r n n n n n nn fn t n n t rf ntbf rn ff rf rrr b t r t r t n t t b n f n r n ft f n r t f n t b b t b f tt f n t b t n r f fr fnt b f fr r f b f n f f f n frrfbf rnff rrf bf rt b f fr bb r b fr f fr b f t bf n tb b btbbn rbf bt r t b f r ft r ff ffbf r ffb b r f b fr f r ff nfr r ffr nfffb bf b bf rt b f fr bbftff b r bf f frb nf frb bffb f b r f b r ffb b r ff r f f r br b fr b ffb t rr f r ffb rbf bt fr f r rbf fbf ffbf frb r f r f rftfrf fr rbfbt r ftfr nff n rfntbb ntb r r r f nt b r bb b b b n n f t t n f t t f f n n fn r r r b t ff r b b ttt b b b b b b bb b r b b b b b n f b nbb bb b b b b bb b b b b b f nn rfnbb bn b tnnt tt r fntb fnt t bf r tff b bb rfn tnbn r r nb b n n rn nf b b r r r n n b r fntb fnt t brff bb bf r tnf r bbb rf ntb r r f r b b r rb f r nb r r f rf nb bbr b r fntb fnt t f r t ffr r b bb rfrr nt b r b f b t t b b b f r rrf b b t t rr b fr rr b b r f ntb f r r r f r rr r t t rfnftb t bt fb nf t t tb b b tn f f ft f b tb tb fb t b n tb tb t t btbn btb tb fb f n n tb n tn t bb tfb t tb t n t b t fb b n r r tn n bntbtfb r f r r r f t r nn n n tb t f n tb rnbt r r t b b t bf tn nf b tb n t b rnb tb tb b n b nfrfn fbn nt tb tb r r b tn t n rbbn fn t t b tn t nt n n nn n n n n n n n n n n n n n n nt n n t t n t t ntf n tt t btb bfn btb fnttb bf f ntt rtbnnrt bn

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Apopka police are looking for a black male in his mid to late 20s after the CFE Federal Credit Union, 847 S. Orange Blossom Trail, was robbed Tuesday, June 10, just before 3 p.m. The man is 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-11 and was dressed in a short sleeve purple polo shirt with a striped vest over the shirt. He handed an envelope to the teller with written directions to put money in the envelope. The teller complied and the man left the credit union. No weapon was seen or implied, police said. Police arrived and searched for the man without success. Those with information are asked to call 407-703-1771 or 1-800423-TIPS. Credit union robbed This week Section A Section B Section C Section DPublic Notices . .......2A Opinion . .............4A-5A Chamber gala . ........8A Sports . ....................1B Legal ads . .........8B,9B .....10B-12B Service Dir . ...1 1B,12B Lifestyle . .................1C Dining & Ent . ..........3C Bus. Rev . ..........6C-8C Legal ads . ........9C,10C Legal ads . .......1D-12D The Apopka ChiefVolume 92 Number 24Covering the community in the 21st centuryFriday, June 13, 2014 / 50 cents The Apopka Chief InsideGod Bless AmericaSportsSee the 100th anniversary edition of the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerces annual report inside. A local man has won his fourth consecutive professional bout. See page 1B. Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Report To The Community By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff W ekiva High School, which has had only one principal since opening its doors in 2007, will be getting a new leader soon. Michele Erickson, 54, has been named to replace Dr. Elise Gruber, who will move to be the No. 2 person in the North Learning Community until December when she plans to retire. Im just thrilled to be here, Erickson said. Its a great school. Im really anxious to get started. I plan on Monday morning to meet with the leadership team. Erickson comes to Wekiva High from Edgewater High of Orlandos College Park area. She has worked with Orange County Public Schools for her entire career, starting in 1982. Prior to Edgewater, Erickson was principal at Glenridge Middle School in I have been in the junior high, middle school and high schools as a teacher, SAFE coordinator, assistant principal, and principal, Erickson said. All three of her children are products of Orange County Public Schools, she By Roger Ballas Apopka Chief Staff Apopka resident and mother, Missy Touchet, has not been very happy since she received a letter May 1 informing her that her children are losing school bus transportation to Apopka Elementary School. All parents and guardians of students living in Lake Doe, Lake Doe Cove and Country Landing received the same letter notifying them of the Orange County School Boards decision to eliminate the bus route serving the school. The area is within two miles ruled that the walking route from the neighborhoods, which includes along U.S. Highway 441 and its crossing with State Road 451, are not hazardous. In a letter mailed to Touchet from Cyndi Mendezi-Tindal, senior administrator for scheduling and GIS development in transportation services for OCPS, it stated, in part, that representatives of various local governments and the school board conducted a review of the hazardous walking conditions report and concluded that the walk is now safe or would be by the start of school in the fall. Students losing bus service were at the following bus stops: Lake Doe Boulevard and West Marshall Lake Drive at the east end, Lake Doe Boulevard and Winding Cove Avenue, Lake Doe Boulevard and West Marshall Lake Drive at the west end, Winding Cove Avenue and Dunn Cove Drive, Dunn Cove Drive and Lake Hill Place, Dunn By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff Mayors Task Force, which held its second meeting Thursday, June 12, will likely change soon. After discussion about the Sunshine Law and the possibilcommittees about various topics at its meeting this week, the group agreed to have Mayor Joe Kilsheimer come up with a proposal that would likely change the groups focus. If we continue to have the Mayors Task Force and I would like to continue in some form or another by the next meeting, well have more of a shape and a By John Peery Apopka Chief Staff The Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce capped its 100th-year celebration Saturday, June 7, with a black-tie gala that not only noted the groups annual award winners, but honored former Mayor John H. Land for his 62-plus years of service to the community. It went really well. It was a perfect evening, said Paul Seago, Chamber president. It was great not to just recognize our award winners, but to honor Mayor Land. That was the best part of it. Being able to do that was just a small token to show how much the community appreciates all hes done over the years. It was our pleasure to put that on. Except for one three-year term in the late 1960s, Land was Apopkas mayor from 1950 until April 22. Thats when hear from Apopka citizens about not only package alcohol sales on Sunday but other areas of the citys alcohol-sales ordinance will be held Tuesday, June 24, at 7 p.m. at the Apopka Community Center/ VFW, 519 S. Central Avenue. Mayor Joe Kilsheimer, who will preside over the meeting, said his proposal on Sunday alcohol sales will be just one point of any discussion. During the mayoral campaign earlier this year, Kilsheimer proposed that package alcohol sales begin at noon on Sunday. New principal begins at Wekiva High SchoolErickson John Land (l) accepts the renamed John H. Land Community Service award from Paul Seago, Chamber president, as Heather Baker, Chamber chairman, and Jeff Welch, Chamber ambassador, look on.John Land honored by Chamber at its annual awards banquetPublic will have a chance to air views on citys alcohol ordinance See weWE K iI V aA Page 3A See busBUS Page 7A See G alaALA Page 8A See alcoholALCOHOL Page 9AOrange County Public School ofcials say this intersection is now safe for elementary school children to cross when there are crossing guards.Mayors Task Force may change directionMayor KK ilsheimer talks to task force members about the Sunshine Law. See citCIT Y Page 9A PROOF APPROVAL Important to Check the Following Name Address Telephone # Copy/Picture/Logos Expiration Date Please Sign BelowDateApproval/Release to Print Subject to corrections as noted below.MESSAGE TO ADVERTISER:This proof is for your protection. If it meets your approval, please sign and fax back to 407-889-4121. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 2A All About Apopka(USPS 545-440) The Apopka Chief is published every Friday and entered as Periodicals, postage paid at Apopka 1879. The Apopka Chief newspaper is published by Foliage Enterprises, Inc., every Friday at 400 North master: Send address changes to The Apopka Chief, The Apopka Chief is a consistent award-winning community weekly newspaper and a member of the Florida Press Association. The and 1988, the only three-time winner. Letters to the editor are welcome, but must be signed and include a daytime telephone number, address,, letters. www.theapopkachief.com, news@theapopkachief.com City of Apopka Telephone Numbers Orange County Telephone Numbers Other Area Numbers of Note . ............................ . .................. . .......................... . ............ . ............ . .................... . .......................... Fire (non-emer g.) . .............. . ......... . ....................... 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The Apopka ChiefEstablished 1923By Roger Ballas sioner of Education Pam Stewart recently recognized Florida for improved student performance on state assessments in reading, mathematics and science.   I applaud teachers and school leaders for their focus on increasing student academic performance, said Florida students and teachers continue to demonstrate they are working hard and are meeting higher standards, said Patricia of the Foundation for Floridas Future. As a state, we set the bar higher for what students should know to better prepare them for success. That transition over the past few years has not been an easy one, but its an important one, and our kids are achieving. We are on the right track and need to continue working to get all Florida students performing at grade level or higher. I n reading (grades three through 10), the percent of all students performing at or went up by one percentage two percentage points since performing at or above grade level has increased by three percentage points; African American students had a twopercentage point increase. I n math (grades three through eight), the percentage of students scoring at grade level or higher remained unall, students in grades three through eight made a one percentage point increase for those performing at or above Level 4 since last year. Students in subgroups for African American, White and English Language Learners all made a one percentage point increase in the percentage of those performing at grade level or higher. graders achieving grade level or higher on the science exam went up by one percentage point overall since last year. Students in grade eight made a two percentage point increase in the percent of those achieving grade level or higher on the science exam. The percent of both Afic eighth graders achieving grade level or higher on the sci ence exam went up by two percentage points. T he scores released ics, with the exception of the released later this month, and school grades are to be released in July. the seven assessment areas a four percentage point inand eighth graders improved by two percentage points in science. O verall, statewide student achievement improved in most of the assessment arpared to last year, students improved in reading by one percentage point in grades 4, I n math, students improved by two percentage points in grade 4 and one perand 7. For science, students across the state improved two percentage points in grade 8 and one percentage point in grade 5. L ocally, in Apopka area provement. Note that the percentage number indicates the percentage of students who passing level, on that particular test that particular day. Results are in no particular order among schools listed. I n science, grade 8 re G rade 5 results are: Zellwood Elementary, 48 perpercent; Rock Springs Elementary, 57 percent; Apopka Elementary, 50 percent; and Phyllis Wheatley Elementary, I n writing, grade 8 reSchool, 55 percent; Piedmont G rade 4 results are: cent; Lovell Elementary, 55 cent; Zellwood Elementary, cent; and Wolf Lake Elementary, 77 percent. I n mathematics, grade 4 results are: Zellwood EleLake Elementary, 79 percent; c ent; Lovell Elementary, 49 cent; Apopka Elementary, percent. G rade 5 results are: Wolf cent; Lovell Elementary, 51 cent; Zellwood Elementary, Phyllis Wheatley Elementary, 44 percent. G rade 7 results are: Pieddle School, 50; and Apopka G rade 8 results are: percent; Piedmont Lakes School, 49 percent. G rade 9 results are: percent. I n reading, grade 4 results are: Wolf Lake ElemenSprings Elementary, 54 percent; Rock Springs Elemenementary, 48 percent; Phyllis Wheatley Elementary, 49 percent; Zellwood Elementary, Elementary, 45 percent; and Lakeville Elementary, 55 percent. G rade 5 results are: Lakeville Elementary, 54 percent; Zellwood Elementary, percent; Apopka Elementary, 51 percent; Phyllis Wheatley percent. percent; Piedmont Lakes G rade 7 results are: percent; Piedmont Lakes School, 50 percent. G rade 8 results are: percent; Piedmont Lakes G rade 9 results are: percent. G rade 10 results are: percent. Barbara Jenkins said, We are very pleased with the writing results this year thanks to phenomenal students, teachers and principals. Our high schools did especially well as we provided district-wide support. And, I am happy that our fourth and eighth graders also showed improvements. In the third-grade reading rose 15 percentage points or in reading.   N ext year, a new assessment based on the Florida Standards will replace the dards for mathematics and English language arts stress a broader approach for student learning, including an increased emphasis on analytical thinking. With the new and more rigorous standards, a new assessment was needed to measure student progress.   F loridas recent academic gains have received national attention. The Sunshine in the nation for educational F lorida has the highest graduation rate in the nation past decade, the number of Florida graduates participating in AP courses has more than doubled, and the number of low-income graduates taking AP courses has increased tenfold. And, Floridas gradupercentage points over the T o learn more about the FCAT scores improve in area, around state NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2366-2370 NOTICE is hereby given that the property owners noted below and shown in the attached vicinity map have made application, in accordance with Florida Statutes 171.044 and the Apopka Code of Ordinances, Part III, Land Development Code, Article XII, Section 12.04.00, to the City of Apopka City Council, for ANNEXATION of the properties shown in the following map: (THIS MAP IS FOR REFERENCE PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT TO SCALE) Publish: The Apopka Chief 148574 ORD. NO. ITEM NO. OWNERS NAME LOCATION 2366 1 A.TANNER SCHOFIELD III CATHLEEN P. SCOFIELD NOR TH OF ONDICH ROAD AND WEST OF PLYMOUTH SORRENTO ROAD PARCEL ID: 01 20 27 0000 00 032 2367 2 KIMBERLY A. BUCHHEIT SOU TH OF SWAIN ROAD AND WE ST OF MT. PLYMOUTH ROAD PARCEL ID: 05 20 28 0000 00 005 2368 3 BRUCE ROSS SOUTH OF WELCH ROAD AND E AST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 34 20 28 0000 00 021 2369 4 LOUIS R. HABNER JR. DIANN HABNER NORTH OF TANGLEWILDE STREET AND WE ST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 03 21 28 0000 00 086 2370 5 ADVENTIST HEALTH SYSTEMS/ SUNBELT, INC. ON OCOEE APOPKA ROAD, SOUTH OF STATE ROAD 414 AND E A ST OF STATE ROAD 429 PARCEL ID: 20 21 28 0000 00 0 4 3, 20 21 28 0000 00 045 & 20 21 28 0000 00 047 The proposed annexations, as indicated in the map of this advertisement, may be inspected by the public in the City of Apopka Community Development Department, and/or the office of the City Clerk, at 120 E. Main Street, Apopka, Florida (Apopka City Hall). NOTICE is hereby given that public hearings to consider the future adoption of ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2366-2370 will be held by the City of Apopka City Council at its regularly scheduled meetings in the City Council Chambers of the Apopka City Hall on Wednesday, June 18, 2014, beginning at 8:00 P.M. and Wednesday, July 2, 2014 beginning at 1:30 P.M. or as soon thereafter as possible. All interested parties may appear and be heard with respect to this hearing. Please be advised that, under State law, if you decide to appeal a decision made with respect to this matter, you will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerks Office at 120 East Main Street, Apopka FL 32703, Telephone: 407-703-1704, no less than 48 hours prior to the proceeding. Apopka City Council Jay Davoll, P.E. JUNE 6, 2014 & JUNE 13, 2014 Community Development Director NOTICE OF ANNEXATION ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2366-2370 ORD. NO. ITEM NO. OWNERS NAME LOCATION 2366 1 A.TANNER SCHOFIELD III CATHLEEN P. SCOFIELD NOR TH OF ONDICH ROAD AND WEST OF PLYMOUTH SORRENTO ROAD PARCEL ID: 01 20 27 0000 00 032 2367 2 KIMBERLY A. BUCHHEIT SOU TH OF SWAIN ROAD AND WE ST OF MT. PLYMOUTH ROAD PARCEL ID: 05 20 28 0000 00 005 2368 3 BRUCE ROSS SOUTH OF WELCH ROAD AND E AST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 34 20 28 0000 00 021 2369 4 LOUIS R. HABNER JR. DIANN HABNER NORTH OF TANGLEWILDE STREET AND WE ST OF USTLER ROAD PARCEL ID: 03 21 28 0000 00 086 2370 5 ADVENTIST HEALTH SYSTEMS/ SUNBELT, INC. ON OCOEE APOPKA ROAD, SOUTH OF STATE ROAD 414 AND E A ST OF STATE ROAD 429 PARCEL ID: 20 21 28 0000 00 0 4 3, 20 21 28 0000 00 045 & 20 21 28 0000 00 047 The proposed annexations, as indicated in the map of this advertisement, may be inspected by the public in the City of Apopka Community Development Department, and/or the office of the City Clerk, at 120 E. Main Street, Apopka, Florida (Apopka City Hall). NOTICE is hereby given that public hearings to consider the future adoption of ORDINANCE NUMBERS: 2366-2370 will be held by the City of Apopka City Council at its regularly scheduled meetings in the City Council Chambers of the Apopka City Hall on Wednesday, June 18, 2014, beginning at 8:00 P.M. and Wednesday, July 2, 2014 beginning at 1:30 P.M., or as soon thereafter as possible. All interested parties may appear and be heard with respect to this hearing. Please be advised that, under State law, if you decide to appeal a decision made with respect to this matter, you will need a record of the proceedings and may need to ensure that a verbatim record is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerks Office at 120 East Main Street, Apopka FL 32703, Telephone: 407-703-1704, no less than 48 hours prior to the proceeding. Apopka City Council Jay Davoll, P.E. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 3A Christopher Ploch of Apopka has been named to the Concordia University, St. Pauls (Minn.) Deans List for the spring 2014 semester. Ploch is a sophomore majoring in sports management. S tudents with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher are recognized for superior academic performance by being named to the Deans List. F ounded in 1893, Concordia University, St. Paul is a liberal arts university.said. The timing of Grubers retirement also affected the timing of the change of leaders for Wekiva High. She will retire at the end cember. So as not to have a change in leadership in the middle of the school year, Gruber was promoted to the position of executive area director under Dr. Bill Gordon, superintendent of the North Area Learning Community. This was not a promotion that I sought, Gruber said. It was a good district decision. It allows Wekiva to not have an interruption in mid-year. I couldnt be happier in the timing for Michele. From that perspective, this is good. B ut dont think that Gruber wont miss the school she saw literally grow from the ground up. From my perspective, Im going to miss Wekiva tremendously, she said. Seeing the walls of something go up; seeing it litertrees to what it has become, it is the third most important thing Ive ever done outside of raising a beautiful daughter and having a wonderful marriage. Ive loved every minute of Wekiva. I really do love the school. Thats what will be hard. Erickson doesnt anticipate any issues getting used to her new school. I think its going to be a very smooth transition, Erickson said. I have a good background in her (Grubers) philosophy. Im ready to hit the ground running. Im in transition and packing up from Edgewater. The students and their work in the classroom are her top priority, Erickson said. My basis for every decision is what is best for the kid. Im student-centered, she said. Im also a arts and athletics. I support all the student activities. I work with teachers to provide them with the best tools I possibly can. Thats always my core focus. Erickson said she is not looking to make any major changes. ness is learning neighborhoods where Wekivas students live. agenda is to get acclimated to the community, Erickson said. Its a very diverse population, which is outstanding. Having a diverse community gives the students a lot of opportunity to meet different types of kids. Extracurricular activities, including athletics, are also important to the school, she said. That s the icing on the cake, Erickson said. I just love football season. When I hear the band practicing at band camp, theres just a pep in my step. Thats really an exciting time. I have three state rings from (team state championships at) Edgewater. I expect to see Wekiva continue in the direction that were going with the girls basketball team. The football team is in good hands and the performing arts are on the upswing. She wants to be accessible. I have an open door policy, Erickson said. I am quick to return phone calls and emails. I hope to have an opportunity to meet people in the community. Erickson said she has learned from a DUI arrest in August 2012. It is absolutely history. I can say that Ive made that mistake and others. If you make mistakes and learn from them, you dont ever repeat them. Despite living in southeast Orlando, Erickson says by 5:45 each morning and doesnt leave until the early evening. Unless, of course, there is a school function to attend that evening. Gruber says she is leaving Wekiva High with a solid leader. Ive known Michelle since I came to Orange County, Gruber said. She leads with a good amount of passion. I think she is community driven and student-performance driven. Im leaving Wekiva in experienced hands. It makes me feel very good to know it is in such hands. 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Editors note: This Fathers Day tribute to her late father Murray S. King was sent by Melanie King of Apopka. The King family is known to many who have lived in Apopka for severly about Murray King, the sentiment would certainlove for fathers of many people. My dad was born at a time when you worked hard, and if you worked hard, you would make it and become a success. He was a success at many things. To me, it was by staying at his job for 32 years and with no accidents. Another success was being married for 48 years to my mom. He was as good as it gets. My dad meant a lot to me and always will. He My mom wanted my sister and me to have a relationship with our dad that was special. He made you feel special. He was one of a kind from what is called The Old School. The values he taught me were respect your elders, work hard and be on time. Oh, boy, on time was important to him. He would be at an appointment a 1/2-hour early no matter where it was. As far as work goes, it was to help others, be informed of your job, be the best you can be and be an example. My dad was a Chris tian and he taught me to have faith and love God like he did. Some of my best memories with him would be going to Rock This week, Id like to spend some time talking about recent ef forts that have been made to reduce the wait list periods for disabled individuals in our state. During this past session, the legislature was able to pass the governors 2014-2015 budget in which the governor made it a priority to provide $1.14 billion for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD) and $20 million in funding to reduce the number of people on the APD waiver waiting list. The APD annually serves more than 50,000 Floridians with autism, cerebral tual disabilities, Down syndrome, and Prader-Willi syndrome. In this article, I would like to discuss the details of this portion of the budget and how it will have a positive impact on those individuals and our state. The APD maintains a waiting list for enrollment on the waiver since more individuals with developmental disabilities need these services than there are slots and resources available. The waiting list is maintained by categories of need so that individuals with the greatest need have highest priority. The money that has been set aside for the APD in the budget will be used to enroll about 1,260 individuals into the APD Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Medicaid waiver so they can pay for services in their local communities. The APDs HCBS waiver is a joint state-federal program that helps to serve individuals who suffer from disabilities such as autism and cerebral palsy by allowing them to stay in their local areas rather than sending them to more expensive facilities. Governor Scott s budget proposal also includes $1 million to assist people on the waiver waiting list who have indicated that they want to go to work. This is the second year the governor has recommended funding to serve the Imagine a scenario of 6-year olds walking along the south side of U.S. Highway 441 east to the intersection with State Road 451 (formerly known there as SR 429), then crossing U.S. 441 to get to their school at Apopka Elementary. Then, imagine them reversing that trek in the afternoon. Sounds ludicrous, doesn t it? But, that s exactly what the bureaucrats with the Transportation Department of Orange County Public Schools want to have Apopka kids do. They say it is now OK for kin with older elementary school kids, to walk from the Lake Doe-area neighborhoods to Apopka Elementary School. They are saying that the extension of Vick Road to connect it with U.S. 441 and SR 451 makes the walk a non-hazardous one for the youngsters. Huh? Because that intersection is now functioning, the walk along the south side of U.S. 441 from Lake Doe Boulevard to SR 451 is not hazardous? Were sorry that no one on staff at the newspaper enough common sense to know that the walk is no more safe now than it has been over the years that the school system has been providing the courtesy bus. There are no sidewalks along that portion of U.S. 441. If there were, it would be a better situalong at 50-60 m.p.h., a sidewalk won t protect a kindergartner should a distracted driver veer even slightly off the four-lane highway. Fortunately the situation is not ent Missy Touchet is concerned. keep the bus for the students in her neighborhood. She has kept this in the public. School Board member Christine Moore will speak with transsomething that can be done. While have decided to pull the bus route, a vote of the School Board could overturn that decision. W e hope that logic and common sense will prevail in this matter. Its very hard to fathom a 5or 6-year-old walking along U.S. 441 only to then have to negotiate crossing the road with or without a crossing guard. Our position The Apopka ChiefThe Apopka ChiefA weekly newspaper founded in 1923 June 13, 2014, Page 4A Apopka Event of the Week QuotableHe was one of a kind from what is called The Old School. The values he taught me were respect your elders, work hard and be on time. Oh, boy, on time was important to him. Melanie King, Apopka tribute to her father, Murray S. KingOpinion This Week In WordMema Says For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. For in this we groan, earnestly desiring to be clothed upon with our house which is from heaven. II Corinthians 5:1 and 2. Our bible is our mirror of truth. See FATHER Page 6A See NELSON Page 6A Publisher John Ricketson General Manager Neoma Knox Editor John Peery Reporters Richard Corbeil Roger Ballas Neal Fisher Photographer Tammy Keaton Marketing Director Jackie Trefcer Advertising Anita Walker JUNE 13 -So, what s your pick for the biggest act of anti-Americanism by the Obamanation this week? Letting dozens of veterans die from stalling vitally needed treatment, swapping the return of an Army traitor and deserter for the release of the Taliban generals from the Gitmo prison, or the U.S. acceptance of the creation of a new Palestinian government to include the terrorist Hamas organization? From a constitutional violation viewpoint, Obama s action on Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl broke the law which Obama, himself, had signed, which requires that Congress must be consulted and given 30 days to consider any war prisoner releases or trades. Obama not only didn t give Congress 30 days, he didnt consult them at all; an action certainly exceeding a misdemeanor, and when you consider this was the release of change for a proven deserter, and quite likely, a traitor, I dont think you can eliminate high crimes from this presidential action. This is especially true if you consider the tremendous hostage risk this insane presidential act has imposed on all Americans, with highest risk on those in foreign countries. T ypical of Obamas reaction to criticism and accusations of security betrayal by this Taliban Trophy, was Secretary of State Jean Francois Kerrys rebuttal use of, Its baloney. This so reminded me of my years in Massachu setts during Kerrys reign as attorney general under the governorship of Mike Dukakis in Taxachusetts especially the baloney part. Y ou can relax, says Kerry. The authorities in Qatar will watch them carefully, he assures us. This tiny country is a mere 4,247 square miles, about half the size of Israel. In any motorized vehicle, you can be out of there in 60 minutes, into Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates or the Persian Gulf. And, they havent had an election since 1970. Taliban visitors will answer to one man, Sheik Hamad bin Khalif al Thani. They have a parliament but, again, no elections. For myself, the most disastrous Obama betrayal of both Israel and us last week was his acceptance of the new Palestinian government established in agreement with terrorist group Hamas, which usurped the Gaza Strip from Palestine in 2007. Ever since, Israel and Hamas Gaza have been at See CORBEIL Page 6AOCPS transportation department wants children to negotiate busy highwaysLegislature passes Governors budget My father, my friend, Murray S. KingPrinciple ignored, dangerous precedent establishedHow long can we accept betrayal of our troops, vets and closest ally? Editor: T eam Kilsheimer used a legal technicality last week to increase the mayors salary to $150,000 per year. In doing so, they have ignored a long-established principle and have established a dangerous precedent. What principle?   Americans are fundamentally opposed to allowing their own salaries. This concept is best illustrated in the 27th Amendment to the US Constitution which contains one very simple sentence; No law varying the compensation for the serSee PRINCIPLE Page 5APictured above are Murray S. King, (l), and his daughter Melanie King.The Miles-A-Head For All Our Fallen Angels, (F.A.O.F.A.), will host a nonviolent peace march in South Apopka to proclaim Peace in Our Streets and Stopping The Violence.The event is set for Saturday, June 21, from 9 a.m. to noon For more information about location, call 407-880-8163.

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 5A vices of the Senators and Representatives, shall take effect, until an election of Representatives shall have intervened. Oh yes, members of Congress can increase their salaries, but the increase does not take effect until after the next opportunity for the voters to vote them out. Similarly the Apopka City Charter contains the following provision in Section 2.03, No change in the compensation ordinance for a city commissioner shall become effective until the duties of [sic] commencement of the terms of commissioners elected at the next regular election, provided that such election follows the adoption of such law or ordinance by at least six months. While this provision only applies to the salaries of the commissioners, the principle is clear: any change to the salaries take effect after the next election. What dangerous precedent? Imagine this scenario:   One of the two commissioners who voted to increase the mayors salary, for whatever reasons, is suddenly unable to continue to serve on the City Council. He or she is replaced. One of the two council members who voted against the $150,000 salary decides to change the salary to a more fair, reasonable and appropriate amount of $75,000. One member makes this motion. The other member seconds it. The vote could be three in favor and two opposed. Motion passes. Salary is now $75,000. Until and unless the City Charter is changed, the mayor may serve at the pleasure of the voters, but he is paid at the pleasure of the commissioners. Dale Fenwick Apopka Editor: The mayor shall receive the salary established for the mayor in the annual budget. Sec. 2.04 of the City Charter or s salary boils down to the sentence above. So, I went to the city website and pulled up the 255-page On page 44 of that budget, it lists expenses for the are only two people in the or and a secretary. It then lists the amount for personnel services of $106,900 and an additional $33,000 city covers. Sadly, there is not a separate line item that distinguishes the salary only for the mayor. Since end until September 30, I would think that the current mayors salary, whatever it is, should also cover the new mayor. When the line item amount for the mayor should be indicated, and would be approved as part of the overall budget approval process. If the powers that be had consulted the Apopka governing documents regarding the mayors salary, the emotional and divisive discussion that took place at last weeks meeting would not have happened. The Apopka Chief demands that since the salary of $150,000 seems excessive, the salary should hold at least through Mayor Ks tion again, is part of the annual budget process, and should not be arrived at capriciously or arbitrarily. ure out of thin air, which seems to have happened last week. The discussion also showed loud and clear, that despite calls for unity, our City Council remains divided into two teams, as the Chief correctly pointed out. What a shame! How will this city ever hope to attract the kinds of businesses that are needed to grow our town and attract the kinds of people we need right now? Do not think that businesses are not seeing and hearing how all this played out and thinking that Apopka does not seem to be able to get its act together. Apopka has always maintained a strong mayor -form of government. Let me repeat that: strongmayor form of government, not strong city-administrator form of government. No disrespect intended toward Mayor Land, and he tried as hard as he could, but during the last several years, Mayor Land relied more and more on the city administrator for the day-to-day performance of what are essentially the mayors duties, as spelled out in the City Charter. Its time to remind the city administrator and our City Council, including Mayor Kilsheimer, of the type of city government the citizens of Apopka want. And, that the balance of power that will support the strong-mayor form of government must be restored, immediately. A city of indecision and power struggles, one divided against itself, will not stand. Barb Zakszewski ApopkaThe strong-mayor form of government must be restoredPrinciple: Charter clear on salaries Continued from page 4A www.theapopkachief.com Your Opinion Counts! Send a letter to the Editor atCelebrating over 19 years of service to the Apopka Area! 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Theyve been pulled off the border to help with paper work and oversight at detention facilities, leaving wide gaps of the border without patrol. Why? Ill let Tucson Sector Chief Border Patrol Agent Manuel Padilla Jr.s internal Border Patrol email, obtained by Townhall.com, answer that question: Hes calling the situation unprecedented comparable to humanitarian disasters like hurricanes. Hes talking about the unaccompanied illegal immigrant children crisis along our southern border with Mexico, which continues to overwhelm that illegal immigrant children, here without their parents, are being treated and processed as refugees. Hundreds, upon hundreds, are packed into detention centers that look like the dome in New Orleans after Katrina. Its reported that at one Phoenix facility there are only 4 showers for nearly 3 hundred children. Theyre part of a growing gang violence in their countries, something the Guatemala Ambassador to the U.S. denies. Instead, he says, theyre coming here to reunite with family members already here and because smugglers guarantee theyll get them into the countryand because they believe that if they can get into the country, they can stay. Looks like theyre right. As bad as this is now, its expected to get much, much worse. Theres increase from 2011, when 6,560 unaccompanied alien minors crossed the border. This year its estimated to be 90,126, and 147,000 in 2015. (Memo from Border Control Deputy Chief, Ronal Vitiello) THE BIG QUESTION: What are we supposed to do with them? One answer has been to house them in military bases in Texas, California and Oklahoma, where they are being kept in chain-link holding centers, with food, beds, and showers in very short supply. Unlike Mexican citizens, these children just cant be returned to their homes, so theyre turned over to HHS, which releases them to family or friends. Theyre supposed to go through immigration courts, but the vast majority of them never do, and every day hundreds of illegal immigrants are dropped off at bus stations, or street corners, in Tucson and Phoenix. On June 6, Arizonas Governor Jan Brewer said, Im disturbed and outraged that President Obamas administration continues to implement this dangerous and inhumane policy. President Obamas response to this crisis is to do what he always does: spend more money. Hes asked for an additional $1.4 BILLION to handle this wave of illegal immigrants. And, thats just for this year. Those who want more security at the border, of course, wont see that any time soon, because, even at the current level of kids coming in, with more expected in the future, the Border Patrol agents cant be at the border theyre too busy doing paperwork, feeding and moving these illegal alien children. Oh, and did I mention babysitting? While Im talking about children, Happy Fathers Day to my husband Thank you for being such a great dad to our four.Comments Welcomenews@theapopkachief.com Patti BanksonThe Way I See It Patti Bankson He Talks, and Our Money Walks

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 7A Cove Drive and Lake Doe Boulevard, Country Landing Boulevard and Country Villa Court, 1736 Country Terrace Lane, and Country Terrace Lane and Country Landing Boulevard. Problem alleviated? According to information supplied by OCPS and Engineering department, the intersection at U.S. 441 and State Road 451 was what was deemed hazardous. The extension of Vick Road to U.S. 441 to form an intersection with SR 451 alleviated the problem, of In June 1991, a hazard was established by OCPS having to cross the entire roadway for entrance to State Road 451 with a trafper hour. On April 17, during a review process, it was found that the new road construction was completed between U.S. 441 and Vick Road. Students now only have to cross one enhour and does not warrant The recommendation was made to discontinue the bus route. It was also noted in the report that the city of Apopka would review for additional signage and crossing guards. On the OCPS Transportation Team website, it states that, Elementary students who reside within two miles of their assigned school may receive OCPS school bus transportation if they do not have a pedestrian route from their home to school that is free Further, the Orange County School Board has for many years supported an effort to expand the number of the named hazards in FS has been adopted. The website also states, A reasonable walking distance for any student who is not otherwise eligible for transportation pursuant to Section 1011.68, Florida Statutes, is any distance not more than two miles between the home and school, or one and one-half miles between the home and the assigned bus stop. Such distance shall be measured from the closest pedestrian entry point of the property where the student resides to the closest pedestrian entry point of the assigned school building or the assigned bus stop. T ouchet said keeping the bus route in place is for the safety of very young children having to walk along and cross U.S. 441 at rush hour in the morning. Sidewalks are hardly going to ensure the safety of these young children walking parallel to speedleast a half-mile, she said. Sidewalks are only one of several hazards. The crossing where the 451 toll road meets 441 at the turn lane is a blind spot for walkers. These children who are just learning decision-making are being asked to cross without a crosswalk light in a blind area of speeding cars making last-minute decisions to speed up and change lanes to go into the turn lane to enter the 451. States hazardous conditions The state criteria for determining hazardous conditions is: a) W alkways parallel to the road. 1. It shall be considered a hazardous walking condition with respect to any road along which students must walk in order to walk to and from school if there is not an area at least 4 feet wide adjacent to the road, having a surface upon which students may walk without being required to walk on the road surface. In addition, whenever the road along which students must walk is uncurbed and has a posted speed limit of 55 miles per hour, the area as described above for students to walk upon shall be set off the road by no less than 3 feet from the edge of the road. subparagraph 1. do not apply when the road along which students must walk: a. Is in a residential area which has little or no tranwhich the volume of trafper hour, per direction, during the time students walk located in a residential area and has a posted speed limit of 30 miles per hour or less. (b) W alkways perpendicular to the road. It shall be considered a hazardous walking condition with respect to any road across which students must walk in order to walk to and from school: ume on the road exceeds the rate of 360 vehicles per hour, per direction (including all lanes), during the time students walk to and from school and if the crossing site is uncontrolled. For purposes of this subsection, an uncontrolled crossing site is an intersection or other designated crossing site where signal is present during the times students walk to and from school. ceeds 4,000 vehicles per hour through an intersection or other crossing site controlled by a stop sign nal, unless crossing guards during the times students walk to and from school. be determined by the most ing study conducted by a state or local governmental agency. Doing her homework So far, Touchet has collected crash reports from along what would be the walking route for the elementary students, and has requested red-light ticket numbers from the intersection. She is turning over information she gathers to Apopka city attorney Frank Kruppenbacher and City Administrator Richard Anderson, who have both promised to look into the matter. T ouchet is garnering support from other communities not affected by the bus route. So far, OCPS board member Christine Moore, in whose district the school is located, has maintained a matter-of-fact opinion on the issue. The district must try to keep money in the classroom, Moore stated recently in an emailed response to The Apopka Chief.   The state only reimdollar for transportation. Parents always have the right to walk or ride with their children and/or drive them to school.   While it is culty to have services taken away, the district must prioritize funding in the classroom. T ouchet countered, She (Moore) lives in Apopka and should be well aware of how dangerous this proposed walking area is. This is truly the most dangerous walk to school in Apopka. Choosing to save money over the safety of kids is the most ridiculous argument that can be made. Moore did reply to Touchet in an email late Wednesday, June 11, that she has scheduled a ridealong with the transportation chief for next Wednesconsider (on) my concerns alone, Moore stated. If not, I may need to bring a motion to the (OCPS) board. Moore suggested to Touchet that she could also request to speak to the (school) board about the hazardous busing (and request) a continuation, as well. I am hopeful I can get a one year extension. You would be more productive by focusing on the school board for now. The city (of Apopka) is not the best vehicle at this time. At a recent City Council meeting, Touchet appealed for help from the commissioners. I know you all dont run the schools, but can somebody help us? she asked. They want our kids to cross railroad tracks and some major four-lane highways to get to school. Mayor Joe Kilsheimer told her he would have staff look into it. Kruppenbacher spoke up and said that he believes the state has an oversight committee to review school districts that end bus routes and suggested that be given a look. Momentum is building for Touchets cause, but she remains wary. I understand that there will be two crossing guards to help navigate this but three are needed for this intersection, she said. The railroad tracks coming out of the neighborhood are unsecured and do not have a safe passage over them without walking directly across the tracks which in itself has many safety hazards not limited to passing trains but tripping and falling or needing to walk on around these tracks. This is a separate request that needs to be made to the CSX railroad. In addition, Touchet said she has other serious concerns. There are black bears in and around Lake Doe, and I have identifenders/predators along the routes. What are we supposed to do? OCPS response Michael Eugene, OCPS, addressed the question in a statement to The Apopka Chief. The OCPS School Board has also proactively set expectations for interagency work to address safe walking issues that fall outside of those stated in Florida statutes for physical hazards. OCPS complies with statutory requirements regarding sex offenders, and works closely with Orange County and municipal governments in their responsiment, law enforcement and animal control. While the responsibilities fall under the purview of other governmental agencies, OCPS wants to ensure concerns of parents are proactively addressed. Regarding special exemptions, Eugene said, The OCPS School Board has gone farther than the requirements under Florida statutes for hazards to ensure all students are provided the same protections. Making additional decisions regarding the provision of services is a matter of policy and budget consideration. Apopka Police Capt. Jerome Miller, who coordinates placement of school crossing guards within the city, said he is not sure what will be needed at the intersections as of yet. I do know this: I need a number of crossing guards for all the citys intersections, Miller said. Miller encourages citizens to help. I ask that anyone interested in helping, please go to the citys website and apply for a (crossing guard) job. clock. The OCPS board members should be set to approve a new operating budget sometime in July. The state Legislature could amend the busing statutes if they wanted to, but Im not counting on that. The lawmakers in Tallahassee cannot possibly know every hazard (here in Apopka). Eugene concluded his statement with, Concerned parents may want to discuss Florida statute with their respective state representative, and discuss safe walking routes with their local county, municipal, law enforcement, and animal control representatives. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 8A Joe Kilsheimer was sworn-in after defeating Land in a runoff. But, Kilsheimer was among the approximately 350 people who joined the festivities at the Apopka Community Center/ VFW. W e heard so many times the VFW looked the best its ever looked, Seago said. The former mayor said he was grateful for the honors he was given at the event which lasted just under three hours. I thought it was great. Of course, I appreciate it very much, Land said. I thought it was well done. I heard a lot of people say it was entertaining. People didnt get bored. It was a great event for the community center and VFW. I heard so many remarks about how nice it went off. I certainly appreciated it very much, including all of the people who showed up and visited with me. It was great from my standpoint and my family enjoyed it very much, as well. Seago said Carmen Ruiz Ore, the Chambers special events coordinator, worked hard on the event, along with several community volunteers. The room was transformed because of Carmen, Modean (Heaton), and Kathy Hopper. Linda Laurendeau was out there. Also, there were Marilyn Ustler McQueen and Sharon Broadway, a ton of volunteers, he said. C atered by Steve Gunter and his crew of Highland Manor/Dubsdread, the dinner included a salad, a chicken entre with potatoes and green beans, as well as minicupcakes from Bs Cupcakes. Seago said the planning for the event went on for a while, including last year when there was speculation that Land would retire rather than run for another term. When he ran, but didnt win, the Chamber decided to combine its annual awards banquet with a tribute to the long-time mayor. T he program was interspersed with honors to Land and the awards given to the winners. There was also lots of music, including songs sung by Jennifer Ustler, Mark Wright, and Doug Bankson and his daughter, Victoria. W e knew we wanted to do ter, to make it more entertaining, Seago said. The singers were great. When Jennifer Ustler sang (Battle Hymn of the Republic to honor Lands military service), I looked around and saw a lot of people dabbing tears from their eyes. I was happy with the entire evening and I think Mayor Land was, too. It was all so nice, Land said. It would be hard to pick one (presentation) I liked best. Certainly, all of them touched my heart very much, that and all the people who came by and visited with me. In my heart, they were up front. In addition to the tributes to Lands time as mayor, he won one of the Chambers awards that will now carry his name, as Land was given the Community Service award that is now named the John H. Land Community Service Award. Brent Hill of CenturyLink was named the Businessman of the Year, while Sheila Norton, owner of Bs Cupcakes, landed the Businesswoman of the Year honor. Hollis Kendall, a private ininstructor, won the Rising Star award, while Ralo Flores, owner of DJs Unlimited, took home the Burnie Roberts Outstanding Chamber Member award. A new award, the CenturyLink Innovative Business of the Year award went to Collins Manufacturing. One of the tributes given to Land was an honorary doctorate degree given by Dr. Dan Tyler of International Seminary. Paul and everybody at the Chamber I thank so much for putting it on, Land said. I hope people expressed that to them. They did a great job. Continued from page 1AGala: Program included awards and tributes to former Mayor John LandApopka Chamber of Commerce honors Land, its annual award winners Sheila Norton, (c), owner of Bs Cupcakes LLC, accepts the Businesswoman of the Year Award from Wendy Kurtz, Chamber former chair; and Paul Seago, Chamber president. Brent Hill (r) of CenturyLink accepts the Businessman of the Year Award from Heather Baker, Chamber chair; and Paul Seago, Chamber president. Ralo Flores (l) accepts the Burnie Roberts Award from presenters Carmen Ruiz Ore and Jeff Welch. Jennifer Ustler sings Battle Hymn of the Republic in honor of John Lands military service during World War II as former military, police, and re ofcers salute. As did many others, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs takes a sele with former Mayor John Land. Doug Bankson and his daughter, Victoria, sang You Raise Me Up in tribute to John Land. Dr. Dan Tyler of International Seminary gives John Land an honorary doctorate degree. These men spoke about John Lands virtues. Shown are, (l-r), Bill Arrowsmith, Bryan Nelson, Richard Anderson, and Shren Yeager. David Rankin spoke by video. Jim Whittaker (speaking) and John Collins (r) accept the Innovative Business Award from Brent Hill (l) and Brad Lomneck.Staff photos by John Peery

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 9A of the scope and the restrictions that we all have to live under to be part of the Mayors Task Force. By this time next week, a week from today, Ill have more of a concrete proposal put together, Kilsheimer said. The Sunshine Law discussion centered on the fact that, as members of a city advisory board, the task force members couldnt, outside of the groups meetings, discuss anything city related with each other. That s because the task forces scope is so broad that any city issue or situation could come up in even a casual social conversation. As a result, there was a motion by member Alan Byrd to disband the group entirely but that was later withdrawn after discussion on the motion centered on making the task force a than a committee that made recommendations to the City Council, which has the Kilsheimer said, are not subject to the Sunshine Law in the same manner in that they form no opinions, but simply gather facts. T ask force member Jonathan Till also pointed out that if the task force was disbanded, it would look bad to the public and say to the public that the city didnt want to hear opinions from the public, after all. What Id like the headline to be   and Im not trying to write the headline the headline ought to be that were seeking to broaden community engagement, not narrow or not break it down, Kilsheimer said. Were trying to leverage all the big interests that have bubbled up in Apopka since the election. Were trying to get our hands around the fact that so many people want to be a part of it. tion will likely come at the groups next meeting, which could likely be later this month, which will come after Kilsheimers new proposal. W ell come back for a ganizing this group within the week. I certainly made a proposal (during the campaign), but were going into this with a blank slate, Kilsheimer said. The outcome is not going to be predisposed. The discussion will be open and as wide-ranging as possible. Currently city ordinance allows for no package sales of alcohol on Sunday, although restaurants with 50 seats or more may serve alcohol with food beginning at noon. There are just a lot of angles to which the discussion can take place, the mayor said. One is certainly from our faith-based community for which this is an issue. One angle is our merchants and retailers who have an interest. One is some of our newer residents who have never understood why Apopka didnt allow (package) alcohol sales on Sunday. All of those different interests ought to be able to come together and have a reasonable discussion about what our community-wide policy ought to be. Kilsheimer said he brought up Force meeting that was held in May. said it was a no-brainer type of issue, Kilsheimer recalled. Why are we even talking about this?, one of them asked, according to Kilsheimer. Why dont we just move forward? But, one of Apopkas older residents and a member of the Mayors Task Force, offered a different viewpoint. cant segment of this community, this is a core-value issue. And you will never shake them from this issue. It goes to their core. For those people, if you steamroll them on this issue, the next question in their mind is, If we get steamrolled on this, what are we going to be steamrolled on next? Then, he said, Abortion clinics?, Kilsheimer said. The newer residents, Kilsheimer said, sat back in their seats, having not heard the issue presented that way before. In addition, one of the pastors on the committee agreed with the statement. T o me, that was a discussion in ty as a whole, Kilsheimer said. Im hoping that that conversation gets recant segment of our community for whom this is a core-value issue. If you engage them in a discussion that acknowledges their values, concerns, their fears, their what-might-happennext kind of stuff, maybe we can then come to some kind of communitywide consensus on what is the right thing to do. The mayor also brought up the economic factors of the issue, saying that after having informal discussions with some managers of supermarkets and grocery stores in the city, he estimates that stores such as Publix, Winn-Dixie and Walmart are losing at least $5,000 in sales each Sunday. It s not just alcohol, its ice, chips, limes. Its all the other things that go with buying alcohol on Sundays, he said. If the ordinance is changed, Kilsheimer said, there could be jobs added due to more income for the stores. The last time the city changed the alcohol sales ordinance was about 25 years ago when the local law was changed to allow restaurants with 50 seats or more to serve alcohol from noon to midnight. The community has grown sigsaid. Maybe the people for whom it was a serious issue, over time, they may have come to change their opinion or feel differently about it. Or maybe because our community is larger, there are more people who feel like we should have alcohol sales on Sunday. Then, there are the merchants. There s an economic side to it and then there is the social side of it, the mayor said. City: Kilsheimer said he will come back with a proposal for groups new focus within a week Continued from page 1AMayors Task Force member Alan Byrd (c) speaks as members Steven Placey (l) and Jonathan Till listen.Alcohol: Discussion will be about entire ordinance Shamprea Henderson, of Apopka, graduated from Eastern New Mexico University on May 10. F ounded in 1934, Eastern New Mexico University is a state institution offering 91 associates, bachelor and master degree options. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 10A Sandra Battaglia will be honored at a ceremony Monday, June 16, as the Education Angel of the Decade for the Apopka Family Learning Center. As part of the ceremony, Battaglias name will be engraved on the blocks of the AFLCs entrance. W e are very excited about this event, as she was both present and an integral part of the groundbreaking ceremony in 2001, says John Manning, AFLCs CEO. In 1978, Battaglia moved to Longwood, and she owned and operated a bookstore and gift shop for 21 years in Apopka and Altamonte Springs. She retired in 2000. Since landing here, Sandy has spread her angelic wings to serve families in ways that the Apopka Family Learning Center will be forever grateful for, Manning said. Annunciation Catholic Church is her home away from home where she serves with the Council of Catholic Women and as a founding member of the St. Vincent dePaul Society. She served as a member of the Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce for 15 years, and for 16 years on the Board of Directors of AFLC. She was board president for 14 of those years. June 16 will be a memorable day for the Apopka Family Learning Center and its Kids in Motion program because Sandy has cast such a wide and creative net to help Apopkas children dream big dreams and work for a brighter tomorrow, Manning said. It all started with Sister Teresa (McElwee) and her work to help those in need in 1977. The Apopka Family Learning Center stands today because Sandy was involved in the capital campaigns which essentially raised approximately $2 million to build the center in order to continue the efforts of Sister Teresas work. June 16 is also the kickoff of our summer camp for 2014, where at least 80 children will have summer programming, themed Everyday Hero, available to them for a minimum of six weeks. We do not want our students to fall behind in August, said Board President Carmen Velasquez. The St. Johns River Water Management Districts website provides action and other resources that can help before, during and after severe storms. began Sunday, June 1. water.com/storm, includes and warnings, river stage cal government emergency contacts. Also included are links to the National Weather Service, Florida Division of Emergency Management and the U.S. Geological Surveys interactive map of current conditions in the state. Florida s many waterways and extensive coastline make the state espeWhen hurricanes and other storms bring high volumes of rain in short periods of Partnerships between the public and government entities are necessary to minitect personal property and and after storms. The district works closely with local governments year-round to deagement plans and to help communities establish and implement strategies to occur. 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Debbie Turner of Apopka shows the cake from her retirement party held Saturday, June 7, at the Elks Lodge in Apopka. Turner is retiring only from her job with Orange County Public Schools, but will continue her work with her Debbie Turner Cancer Care and Resource Center, which is located at 711 S. Park Ave., Apopka. Retirement party Apopka Family Learning Center will honor Sandra Battaglia on June 16Shown in a picture from 2006 are, (l-r), Laurel Burns, then-Mayor John H. Land, Sister Teresa McElwee, and Sandra Battaglia.With summer rains, storms, St. Johns water The Rev. Jim Page (front, right) of Calvary Church of the Nazarene of Apopka gave the invocation Tuesday, June 10, at the meeting of the Orange County Commission. Next to Page is Commissioner Fred Brummer of Apopka. In back are, (l-r), Commissioner Pete Clarke, County Mayor Teresa Jacobs, and Commissioner Jennifer Thompson. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 3B The Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Apopka Raptors youth tackle football and cheer organization is still gearing up for the 2014 football and cheer season. If your child interested in football or cheerleading and you want to prepare them for high school sports, the Apopka Raptors provides a fun, safe, and, educational atmosphere focused on fundamentals, sportsmanship, and community involvement, said Stewart Austin, president of the local organization. Flag football is available for children ages 4-6, and tackle football is available for children ages 7-14. Children ages 4-14 can also participate in competition cheer through its cheer program. This year, the Raptors will be partnering with My Gym Adventures to offer gymnastics, cheerleading, and tumbling at a discounted rate to all of its participants. All registration fees include insurance and membership in AAU. Adults and high school-age youths interested in volunteering as coaches and or assistants are free to For more information, visit the Raptors website at www.apopkarap tors.com. All-sport passes for the 2014-2015 school year at Apopka High School are being sold in the schools Fred Priest, Apopka High athletic director, said the all-sport passes, which will be good for admission for all home sports events at AHS other than postseason playoffs, cost $50 per person and the forms for the passes are available said. In addition to the individual passes, there are passes available for families that will admit four people to any Apopka High home athletic contest. Those passes will cost $175 each. For families with more than four people, additional passes will be available for $45 each. Priest said the passes will save money in the long run for those who attend AHS athletic events. He said admission to every home athletic contest throughout the year would cost about $650. The passes are aimed not only at community members, but AHS students, Priest said. W e want to make it affordable to our students so they can support our teams, he said. Those who plan to atty football games at the school this fall will get an even better bargain, he said. For just a few dollars more, you get the rest of the year (in all sports). Thats a no-brainer to me, Priest said. He said the school will also sell a booster pass for $70, which would include a reserved seat and special parking for all home varsity football games, as well as admission to all other home athletic contests at AHS. Those passes are limited, Priest said. Priest said cash or checks made out to Apopka High School Athletics will be accepted. 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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 4B 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 to The Apopka Chief, P.O. Box 880, Apopka 32704, or call the newsroom at 407-886-2777. I n the period from June 3-9, the Apopka Police Department received 1,069 calls for assistance, responded to 15 crashes, ismade 45 arrests. Of these arrests, six were juvenile arrests. The juveniles were arrested and charged with burglary to unoccupied dwelling unarmed X 4, resist oflarceny from building petit theft, burglary to occupied building unarmed X 2, disregard for safety, crimes against person, culpable negligence and marijuana possession. T he following individuals were arrested and charged: A bigail Berdeen Derry, 22, 8200 Shubert St., Orlando, cocaine possession. Kimberly Beth Honaker, 48, 74 Frisco Ct., Apopka, lewd lascivious behavior, molest child 12 years old up to 16 years of age, cruelty toward child. Robert Dean Pruitt Jr., 74 Frisco Ct., Apopka, lewd lascivious behavior, molest child 12 years of age up to 16 years of age, cruelty toward child, offender 18 years older than victim. Frederick Charles Jackson, 21, 800 George Ave. #11, Apopka, burglary to unoccupied dwelling unarmed, larceny grand theft $300 less than $5,000, dealing in stolen property, fraud impersonate, false ID to second hand dealer, damage property criminal mischief over $200 under $1,000. Rodolfo Guajardo Jr., 21, 460 Lake Bridge Ln. #1127, Apopka, burglary unoccupied conveyance unarmed, grand theft $300 less than $5,000, dealing in stolen property, false owner information, pawn items less than $300. Jessica L. Ballew, 28, 1639 Center St., DeLand, drug possession controlled substance without prescription. Joy M. Robbins, 38, 1100 E. 8th St., DeLand, cocaine possession with intent to sell manufacture deliver. Christopher Smith, 45, 1709 Clarcona Rd., cocaine possession. Heather Adams, 28, 3000 Clarcona Rd. #528, Apopka, warrant. Jeremy Emil Reynolds, 28, 3924 Crosley Ave., St. Cloud, warrant. Cheyanne L. Thompson, 22, 2312 Jackson St., Orlando, warrant. Jef frey Lamar Coleman, 32, 139 W. 8th St. #7, Orlando, battery on law ener emergency medical techout violence. Jerry M. Anglin, 35, 6616 Willow St., Zellwood, petit theft-shoplifting. Antonio L. Williams, 34, 5409 Terrell Rd., Tangerine, marijuana possession with intent to sell manufacture deliver, cocaine possession. Steven Jose Zabala, 25, 2022 Vista Ln., Apopka, warrant. Amanda Jo Caskey, 28, 1149 Howell Creek Dr., Winter Springs, drug possession, controlled substance without prescription, drug equipment possession, driving while license suspended. Jennifer Elenor Potter, 29, 1125 S. Apopka Blvd., drug possession. controlled substance without prescription. David B. Miles, 39, 2381 Partnership Hills Rd., Apopka, aggravated assault with deadly weapon without intent. Diana G. Matney, 58, 500 Bristol Dr., Altamonte Springs, petit theft-shoplifting. Julius Lee Jackson, 55, 1747 Chatham Cir., Apopence of alcohol or drugs, unlawful blood alcohol level. Jerome Anthony Burke, 47, transient, disorderly intoxication. Robert Jacobsen, 32, 1315 Apopka Blvd., Apopka, driving while license suspended. Christopher Julian Suarez, 19, 1049 Timberline Rd., Apopka, aggravatshould have known victim without violence. Chassidy Nicole Odom, 22, 5429 King St., Zellwood, petit theft-shoplifting. Christina Thompson, 26, 740 NW 73rd Ave., um or derivative 4 grams to under 30 kilograms, marijuana possession, drug equipment possession, driving while license suspended. Phillip Vernon Walker, 32, 123 Honey Rd., Apopka, warrant. Joan A. Adams, 55, 303 Bluff Ln., Apopka, of alcohol or drugs. Rosemary Guinn Barceas, 46, 556 Sparrow Ct., Apopka, warrant. Gabriel R. Raburne, 18, 849 Crepe Myrtle Cir., Apopka, reckless driving. Christopher W. Everett, 28, 1819 Summit Chase Ave., Apopka, reckless driving. Kevin Roland Gonzales, 25, 3197 McGuire Rd., Orlando, robbery residence-home invasion withassault, burglary with assault battery, contempt of court, violate injunction protection, domestic violence. Sue Ann Alfrey, 59, 1717 Fairhaven Ct., Apopence of alcohol or drugs. Christopher Clark, 39, 1600 Jaguar Cir., Apopka, driving while license suspended, burglary to unoccupied conveyance unarmed, dealing in stolen property. Donald S. Candy Jr., 34, 3401 Pipes O the Way, Orlando, obstructing justice, evidence destroying, marijuana possession. James Lee McDuffie III, 32, 460 Lake Bridge Ln. #1117, Apopka, battery-simple assault.Police Beat By Neal Fisher Apopka Chief Staff The 2014 Apopka Little League All-Star teams will have a tough act to follow as teams last year advanced to their respective state championship tournament and three played in their Section 5 tournament. H owever, with a rich tradition and history of success, Apopkas teams take to the add rather than live up to its predecessors as what was accomplished during 2013 was impressive, but not the exception. trict 23 championship tournaments and team representing Apopka to play in AllStar competition will be the at Oviedo, that District 23 tournament begins Monday, June 16. A popka will use a comanager format with Greg Hemming and Chris Thompson at the helm. Both have been managing Apopka Little League teams for many seasons. Hemming was the manger of last seasons Major advanced to the Section 5 championship after capturing the District 23 championship. T hompson is coming out of retirement. At the end of the 2011 season, he retired after guiding the last team he trict 23 championship. He has more than 20 seasons of experience. This years team is not as deep as other teams, especially the pitching staff, Hemming said. But we have the talent to win and advance. The quality is comparable. The result is we will have to be more focused and rely on performance as opposed to talent. The past few seasons we have relied on talent more than performance. We could keep going through the line-up because there was so much talent that it was impossible for everyone on the squad to fail to make the big play. Eventually, the talent would give us what we needed. We dont have that luxury this season. We can still win, but not like we have in the past. We will have to be more focused on the task at hand, paying more attention to the details of winning baseball games. T his seasons team will be attempting to up Apopkas consecutive state championship tournament appearances to two without its two best pitchers, who also hit over .300. Two other players also decided to play in other youth organizations. H owever, Tyler Adams and Asher Anderson will be on the team. Adams was a member of last seasons district and regional championship team. Although it didnt claim the state championship, a challenge. Apopka split its four games in the state tournament, winning two. Tylers experience come not having the depth, Thompson said. And he leads by example, which is bles we have a void in with the loss of the players. But we also need him to be a more vocal leader this season. We also have gotten some good fortune with Asher Anderon offense. However, he isnt the only player who can go yard. We have seven players who can hit the long ball. nitely more like last years among the three phases of the game. So we can rely on the talent we have on offense a little bit more than the pitching and defense. We might fests and put ourselves in the position of winning with our offense. But again, the talent to win on talent alone isnt as deep as it has been in the past, even on offense. The pitching is strong enough to keep us in the games and to come up with the big play when we need it. We just cant rely on the pitching staff to do it all the time and overpower the opponent like in the past. A nderson is leading the team with an average of about one-and-a-half home runs per game. U sually, a two-pool format is used with the two winners of the both pools meeting in a championship game. Each team plays a round-robin during pool play. D istrict 23 consists of Apopka, Oviedo, Maitland, Lake Mary, Casselberry and T here are three rounds which determine the state championship the district, the sectional, and then the state tournament.Hello Folks W ell, I believe its summer time in Florida. on June 21, but its gettin pretty hot right now, especially if you have been some bass in most of the lakes in our area. C aptain Joe reports that the folks in his area are catchin some bluegills and shell-crackers in The Harris Chain. Most of the folks Dead River and 9th Street of bluegills in the Apopka Beauclair canals, too. You will need some red worms and some grass-shrimp to catch em. Y ou should try and get on the water as early as possible. Once that ole sun gets up, it gets pretty hot very quickly. Make sure you take along plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated. the Harris Chain has been pretty good early in the mornin. Look for bass to be feedin just off the points in the lakes around submerged hydrilla, and eel grass. You can catch em on shiners, swimbaits, and plastic worms. You will also catch em on shallow-runnin crankbaits. L ake Monroe and the St. Johns River have been good for bluegills and shellcrackers. You will do the pads. Again, red worms and grass-shrimp have been the best baits to use. If you want to catch some bass, try and locate some feeder creeks, where you ter comin into the river from the afternoon rains. bass feedin on the baitbass on swim-baits, shiners, and plastic worms. Once they quit bustin on lina rig a plastic worm or a lizard in the area if there is a shell-bed in the area. You can also try a Shaky Rig by bouncin it off the bottom, around the shell-bed. You in the deeper holes in the St. Johns River. Most folks bottom. T he Kissimmee Chain has been real good for bluegills and shellcrackpads, and around the shellbeds with red worms and has been best real early in the mornin. Folks are gettin on the water early or late in the day just before dark-thirty. Look for runnin water especially after the afternoon rains. T he Butler Chain has been good real early in the deep-water areas of the lake just off the shoreline. merged hydrilla in deep water, that seems to be producin some nice bass. You can catch em on plastic worms worked real slowly through the grass and hydrilla. If you cant locate em, move to deeper water and look for drop-offs and deep water holes. There are some deep holes in the chain, and sometimes those bass will get in em to keep cool. They could be hangin on a ledge just off the bottom or just off the bottom of the hole. You to catch em. Also keep an eye out for schoolers. This is the time of year they like to school up so keep a rod with a lip-less crank-bait tied on at all times. They very long so you got to be ready as soon as they come up. been pretty good in Bear Pond in the Seminole Forest. You can catch and release your bass, but you can catch and keep your J ust as a reminder, you water Saturday, June 14, and Sunday, June 15. So, if you have been waitin to weekend would be a good S ee ya next week. T ip of the week: runoffs. S ave a few and good luck! Little League team looks to duplicate last years success Solutions to the Crossword Puzzle are found on page 3B of this newspaper. The Crossword Puzzle is found on page 4B of this newspaper.Puzzle Solution

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 5B type. In all, there were 12 classes of cars, he said. You run in your respective group, Rankin said. I saw some of the other cars and thought, Im not sure they put me in the right group. I built my car; what am I doing with yall? Rankin, who has had his share of success on road courses at Daytona and Sebring, drove not only the the Speedway, but negotiated 10 laps on the 2.5-mile oval in Indianapolis. On Saturday afternoon (June 7), they turned us loose on the oval, Rankin said. I got to drive 10 laps. I hit more than 180 I passed some cars and a couple passed me, Zellwood farmer Hank Scott accompanied Rankin and also spent some time on the road course. On Saturday morning, Rankin practiced and qualthat had been scheduled for Sunday evening. However, he decided to head back home prior to the race because of the iffy weather forecast for Sunday and the long drive back to Central Florida. Rankin s racing history allowed him to be among the 715 racers in the various categories out of more than 1,200 who tried to get an invitation to what was billed as the largest motor sports event in the history of racing in this country. There were 715 racers invited and I was honcut of invitations, said Rankin, who is a senior vice president for Old Florida National Bank in Apopka. In addition to the time behind the wheel at the Brickyard, Rankin got a chance to meet racing legends Bobby Unser, Parnelli Jones, Janet Guthrie, Lynn St. James, and several others. There was even a concert by 70s rock band Grand Funk Railroad. It was a pretty special event, Rankin said. (with Sean Connelly) championships. Those championships were backed up with nine others as he has added a total of 12 more to his resume over the past year. Just for good measure, he has also thrown 50 perfect games (300). What has gotten me to the next plateau or stage as far as turning that knowledge into results is the physical game, Vergos said. I have expanded my game as far as what I can do. I am not relying on just one aspect or ability. Like any other (both individual or team) sport, the competitors have to be able to adjust to what the opponent is doing. The bowlers play has to suit what each situation and opponent presents. The bowler utilizes his or her strengths while weakening the opponents. I can make that adaptation because I have a more all-around, complete game now. And when it comes to Apopka, we won the state championship because we were the team which had the best all-around, complete game. We played every game and won by utilizing our strengths while weakening the opponents. The Blue Darters featured Vergos as the teams anchor. The championship also capped off an undefeated season at 18-0 which included the Metro Conference championship. of the 16 districts in the state qualify for the state championship tournament. The district tournaments use a double-elimination, head-to-head Baker game (each bowler takes a turn throwing one frame in successive order At the 2013 District 7 championship tournament, the last ka and Circle Christian against each other. The outcome of the match up wasnt decided during decided during the 10th frame of two throws for Apopka to still have an opportunity to win. Vergos was money as he threw three successive strikes to push Apopka to a three-pin victory and into the state championship tournament. Doing that as a freshman who has only gotten better is a scary thought for both individual and high school competition. The fundamentals are the centerpiece of the improvement and knowledge my coaches have discussed, Vergos said. For example, I am more focused and polishing the ability to keep my feet under myself and staying through with the shot (the follow through). Using my strengths while weakening the opponents has gotten better because my scores, according to oil patterns (on the lanes), are more consistent. The scores are about the same regardless of the oil patterns while my opponents are usually more varied. So the oil pattern is always a strength for me, but that is not always the case for the opponent. Even before the game begins, I am already using one of my strengths. But if the oil pattern is one the opponent isnt consistent on, it is a weakness for him. Sean Connelly, his doubles partner, is also well known throughout the state as his name is among the rankings, too. Connelly attends Lake Brantley High School. The 2013 individual state championship saw Connelly as one of the competitors. The 16 bowlers who compiled the highest scores among all the bowlers on every team during the preliminary round earned berths in the individual championship tournaplace at the 2013 state championship tournament. Sean is a great partner and brings out the best in me, Vergos said. We won because it was a team effort. Both of us bowled well. It wasnt just one of us scoring high; we both did. The doubles team is a champion, because of each other. V ergos will be competing in the Junior Gold Championships this weekend. Held in his hometown of Buffalo, New York, the tournament is on the same level as the United States Bowling Congress State of Florida Pepsi Tournament, the USBC Junior All Event and USBC Junior doubles championships. have improved lately, too. I truly believe if I keep my head straight, the game is in my destiny. points. The game plan was to set up Smith for the overhand right, Duncan said. (Manager) John (Skully) kept telling me to be patient and the right opening to land it would come. He kept telling me to keep moving and use the jab to set up the big shot, the right overhand which he is prone to opening himself up for. Skully told me to wait until the later moments because Smiths physicality would wear down and I would get stronger. As the match progressed, I saw and felt that he was getting tired and couldnt keep moving like I was. The knockout punch was the result of Smith being too tired to move out of the way of my punches, while the punches I were throwing were done so with more and more force, because I wasnt as tired. Eventually the two elements came together. Smith was stuck in the middle of the ring and he opened himself up for the overhand right. As far as the location of the ring and the position of my body, I was in the perfect position to throw the overhand right. I still had the energy to wind up, punch solidly, where I wanted to and the way I wanted to. He was too tired to absorb it. I said before the match, the fans would see a more polished Craig Duncan, a boxer who was more conscious of his footwork setting up my strengths and more incorporated into the character of how I ter boxer in general. But the trainit for just such a moment against Smith. scored the majority of his points gained decreased at the end of the second and third. Not only has Duncan become a more polished boxer which played a centerpiece role in how he fought this time, but he also sensed when the right time had come. When the fourth round began, I felt the time had come to throw the overhand right, but I wanted to make sure, Duncan said. I was ahead on points, had really slowed him down and he didnt have enough to create a situation where he could force the action. I didnt want to give it all back to him by making one bad mistake. I made him wobble durto knock him down and I had a couple of other opportunities later. So I baited him. Smith was hoping to catch that one right moment and me off guard when I kept my hands low. John was telling me to keep my hands down because Smith was leaving himself open on his left when he tried time he stepped back because he had nothing left to throw a punch or attack with. When he did that, I knew I could deliver the punch I was looking for because he wouldnt be able to get his hands up. The second time he didnt step back, but his left side was open again and he leaned forward just enough for me to make contact. W ith the victory, One Punch Boxing is looking to include Duncan in its next promotion, which will take place in about two months. At this time, no details have The support is why I am tory was special, because it was in front of the hometown support and Apopka could see me box. It was exciting for me and those who came to see me. I am so hap It starts with Bryans Plumbing, who believe in me as my sponsor. I thank Smith for so well. I thank my family. My mom is at the top of the list and my brothers and daughter have been so supportive. My daughter presented me with a sign Friday morning, which was in the back of my mind and motivated ish the victory came. My girlfriend pushed me so hard when I had those moments where I didnt want to train. The UFC gym in W inter Springs, John Skully and Phillip Penson trained me hard and I need to credit them, too. I dont win without them, Duncan said. Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1B Continued from page 1BFight: Race: Bowl: Floridians and visitors a freshwater recreational 15. Florida is the Fishing Capital of the World, and gine for our state, providing jobs from Pensacola to the Keys, Gov. Rick Scott said. These designated lia great opportunity for Floridians to celebrate summer with their families and loved ones, enjoy the freedom of the great outdoors, cast a line and get hooked W e hope visitors and residents alike will be able to join in the excitement of this year by participating in ing days, said FWC Chairman Richard Corbett. This is an excellent opportunity to share the fun and togeththe entire family or to introduce someone to a lifelong These four license-free tional Fishing and Boating Week, a national celebrawhich started June 1 and runs through June 8. The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundations www. TakeMeFishing.org website is a place to learn about events sponsored by businesses and communities during National Fishing and Boating Week, as well identifying recreational tips. September (Sept. 6) and the giving (Nov. 29) have also been designated license2015) have been designated a license-free freshwabag limits, seasons and size restrictions apply on these dates. For more information, visit MyFWC.com/Fishing and rules. Learn more about livisiting MyFWC.com/License and clicking on Do I Need One? and Free Fishing Days. The annual Blue Darter Softball Camp will be held Friday, June 20, from For those who register by Sunday, June 15, the cost is $50 and after June 15, the fee is $75. For more information about the softball camp, call AHS assistant coach email him at Michael.Hullinger@ocps. net. Blue Darter Softball Camp set Hoops time Coach Gary Wheeler and his players from the Apopka Blue Darters girls basketball team held a camp for younger girls this week at Apopka High. In the picture above, girls play a 3-on-3 contest while in the picture at the right, Brandy Holland res the ball toward the hoop ball during shooting practice at the camp.

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 6B Girls basketball state title highlights Wekivas yearKyla Allison, shown shooting a jump shot in the Class 7A state title game, was named the Class 7A player of the year after the Mustangs won the state championship in that class. Wekiva girls basketball coach Tommie Butts raises his arms in exultation immediately after the Mustangs won the Class 7A state title over the Harmony Longhorns in Butts second season as Wekivas coach. Deondre Fair was the main cog of the Wekiva offense during its 5-5 season. Head football coach Kenard Lang talks to a player during his rst season as coach at Wekiva High. Ray Repaci shows off his runner-up medal for nishing second in the state in individual boys bowling. Jarae Bargaineer, for the second time, was an individual state champion in girls weightlifting, continuing a strong tradition in the sport for the Mustangs. Walfrank Pineiro res the ball toward home plate for the Wekiva Mustangs baseball team. Kristina Brown, quarterback for the Wekiva Mustangs ag football team, res the ball down the eld. Willie Carmichael helps lead the Wekiva boys basketball team to a regional playoff berth. Roland Wolfe returns a shot for the Wekiva Mustangs during a boys volleyball match against West Orange. Wekivas Hannah Stephens seeks to get around an opponent during a girls lacrosse match. The Wekiva High girls basketball team members and coaches pose for a picture with their Class 7A state championship trophy. The squad was the rst team in school history to win a state title.

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The Apopka Chief, June 13, 2014, Page 7BBlue Darters have successful school year in sports The Apopka Blue Darters boys bowling team won the 2013 boys team state championship, the fth team championship in school history. The Apopka girls basketball team shows off their district tournament championship trophy. The team nished the season as the Class 8A, Region 1 runner-up. Showing off their district championship trophy after defeating West Orange is the Apopka Blue Darters softball team. The team nished as regional runner-up. A smiling group of Apopka High ag football players show off their fourth-straight district title trophy. The team nished the season in the state tournament. Pitcher Ronnie May helped lead the Apopka High baseball team to a regional nal appearance. Apopka wrestler Nick Celella raises his hands after a match at the state tournament where he nished fourth. Schylar Lillethorup and the Apopka boys volleyball team claimed the district runner-up spot, Chase Ripper (l) and Ryan Theroux scramble for the ball for the Apopka boys lacrosse team. Scott Williams was named the boys basketball coach at Apopka High after resigning at Wekiva High. Lindsay Sabiston slams the ball for the Blue Darters girls volleyball team during a win over Olympia. For the fth year in a row, the Apopka High girls soccer team won its district tournament title. Here, the team members and coaches show off the trophy. Running back Robert Thomas led the state in rushing with 2,371 yards as the Blue Darters nished as the Class 8A state runner-up.

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rfnt bbt r rr r fntbtnb r n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn r t t t n t t n fbb rb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t bn n n b t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn n rfntt bt t r r fntbtnb r r nt ttn tr tf t r tr f bn r nbb t t t t t t fbb rb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t bn n n b t t rb bntnbn t t bfttt nbb rfnnttftbtn r r r r fb f rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ffb n n ftt tf n r n r f f ntn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fttf ft rfnntfbn r r r r r tf rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ttt n n ftt tf n r n r f f nnt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br ft btnt n ffr fttfb fbf rfnntttbfn r r r r b rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ttt n n ftt tbf n r n r f f ntnr f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fttf f rfnntfbn r r r r f rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r f f nn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fttf f rfnntfbbn r r r r r bb r bb r ft rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ffb n n ftt tf n r n r f f nn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fttf f rfnntttbfn r r r r r r bb rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ff n n ftt tbf n r n r f f ntn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbntb n b bffr fttf f rfnntttbn r r r r bft fbf rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n tt n n ftt tf n r n r f f ntt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fttf fb rfnnttffbn r r r r r bbf rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ttbtb n n fbtt btf n r n r f f ntnntr f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br ft tnbt n ffr fbtbtf f rfnntfbbn r r r r r r ft rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ttt n n b ftt tf n r n r f f nnt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br bft tnt n ffr fttf fb rffnftbfb r r r r r r t rfrntnnb f ff f b bff f fnn nf r r f f nnnn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r tr tfn nbn ffr fnnf fbt rfnntfbb t r r r r btft rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n bbttt n n ftt tf n r n r f f nrnt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnbtb n ffr fbttf f rfntb rfntbf tbnbf fbfrtbfttrfn bbrtf b fbfrfnf bfbnf nb bfftn btn tbfbb btbfnnbft nbnf ttnb nfnbbt rf nfft rbtb bn fr r frntb nnn f f ff r r fff r ff rnbt ff f rf fr ntbbtt bb bbt tbtbbbt tbb f r r b f rf f fr n f t r r t f rff r rffff f f r r r r f r r t b rrr f r tbnnt t rf ntb nnn f bbb rf fn ntrbff ff brf n fbrf trf ff r r bn r n br nt t t t tt r n tt tt t t tt ttt ft t b f r t f r t t t t tff tf f t f t rf f b r b b

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rfntt bbt rr r fntbtnb n tt tn ttr f t r tr f bn r t t t n t t n fbb rb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t n n n b t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn nn rfntt bbt rr rr rrr r rr r fntbtnb n n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn rn t t t n t t n fbb rb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t n n n b t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn n rfnntttbn r r r r r r f r b rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n bffb n n ftt tf n r n r f f nt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br bft tnt n ffr fttf fbt rfnntfbbn r r r r r t r r fb b bt b rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n bbff n n f ftt tf n r n r f f nntt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br ft btnt n ffr fttfb fbbf rfnntfbn r r r r r ff t r r t r t rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ttt n n ftt tf n r n r f f nn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fttf fb rfnntfbfn r r r r rrr rrr bbb rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n f fbtt btf n n r n r f f nnrn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br ft tnbt n ffr fbtbtf f rfnnttfbn r r r r r b rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n bfbf n n f ftt tbf n r n r f f ntntt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnt n ffr fttf f rfnnfttbf nb r r r r r f rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n tt n n b ft tf n r n r f f nnrrn f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r tr f nt n ffr fttf f rfnntfbtn r r r r b rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ttt n n ftt tf n r n r f f nnt f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br ft btnt n ffr fttfb fbb rfnntttb r r r r r bt rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n ttbtb n n fbtt btf n r n r f f nr f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r br ft tnbt n ffr fbtbtf f rfnnttfbn r r r r tb r r r r r f r r r r r ft r r r r r ffbf r r bt r t rfrntnnb f ff f b n n n n bbttt n n ftt tf n r n r f f ntnr f f frnt f nrt rf n ft ntnn r r ft tbnbtb n ffr fbttf f r f ntb rf r t tn n n n t rfnftbtbt fbnft rtbbb tn ff ftfbtb tbfbtb ntbtb tbt bbbbtbbbb btbtbbbb tntbbnt btbn btbtbfb fn ntbn tntbbtfbt tbtn tbn tfb nrrtnn bntbtfb r r r r f rnn rn n tbtfntbrnbt rrtb btbf tnnfbtbn t brnbtbtbb nbnfrfnfbn nttbtb rrbtnt nrbbnfnt tbtnt nt n n nn nn nnn nn n nn nn n nnt nn t tntfb bt nnt tbtb tbbfn btb fnttbbf f ntt rtbnnrt bn r fntbb bt f fr r ff ff f fffr trr ff f rfrrr ntbtnr rrrrr rbtbrrr rt nnfr fr fr bbrr b ffb b brrfr brr frbr rrrfb rrrfr rbttb rfrbtb rfrrr rrf rb rf fr rf rf br f r frr frfr rrbr rrr frrrf fr rrrr ffrbr rfrfrr frrr r frr rrr brr rrfr rrrr rr rrrr rfrrr rrr rrrf frrrfrr rrrrr fr r rrbtt rr rrrb rtb bbnt nnn rrbt rrr tn rfff rbr rb ttr r r rrrrbnn rrrnn rt tt n tbrtb t r fntb n tnnf nnfntr fr b f nnfb rfntbtt tf ff ftb rftf t tttf rtb f fbtftt ff b b t tnr ffbbrfb tft frfntb br rr r r b r r rr r r ftffft tfft fffftfb ft fff f tfffb bf trft ff fbtf ffffb fft fffft tft n ff rft n t ff tr rff ff f tf ff nfr rrf fntb ff ff f ff b ff f r rf fr ff ff n tbnfn rn bnr bnn n f rff b bnn fr ff ttt n n b r n tb n rfnfff fn bf r nrbn br r fbb r br n nn n tn rf n brrr b fb r tbtb rfntb r b ttr fntb r trntbf fffrfr b bntnffnt f nfntt f nrfffr fr fntntbnb rrnr

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rfntt bbbnt r r fntbtnb r nr tt tnt tf t r tr f bn rn t t t t bnb t t n fbb rb t f t t t tfb bb bn nn nt nbn tnnnt tt bftn ttt tbtfr tntr bf btr t n n n b t t t nr bnbt b t t bfttt bbn n rfntt bbbt rr rt rr r fntbtnb r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t t t t fbb rb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t bn n n b t t rb bntnbn t t bfttt nbb bb rfntbtt t rrt rrr rrrr r rrf rrr bt rrtt rrrbt f t bt rt r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr rr r f r rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt ttttt rr nt r r r f ff rf bt rtt tt ttbrt rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntbr rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f bb n rfntbtt bbbnt rrt rrr rrrr rr bt f rr b r r r r r r rrrr rrrr rr rrrrr r rff rrr t rr f r rrfr ntbrntr br rt ntrft r rr rntttt ttr rnt rrrn r r f f bnbtnb rtt tt ttbrt rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntbr n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f bb nnn rfntbbtt t rff rrr r f f r rrr rrr r f rr r f f rr bt rt r r r r r rrrr rrrr rr rrrrr r rrr f f rrf r rff f r rrfr ntbrntr br rrr rnt ttttt rr nt b f t t t r t r r t t r rr t f r ffb bnbbtb rtt tt ttbrt rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntbr n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f bb nn rfntbtt nt r f rr b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r ff rt r rrf f r rrfr ntbrntr t rrr rnt ttttt rr nt fbt fb rt r t rt r nbbn r f nrrb bnt rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntbr rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr r t f bb n r f nftb b ff r r f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb n nbnnb trfrftn nfntrbbf rfrft brrbbbftrf bbnbb ttbnrr nrfbbbrnbnbn rbnnnf btrnfbb nnftbbtnb f r fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnfb rftnfnr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrftnfnr rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t bt bf nnn n nn nn n nn f rb n t tb r f nftbt bbtt f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntrbbf rfrft brrbbbftrf bbbnbb ttbnrrn rfbbbrnbnbn rbnnnf btrnfbb nnftbbtnb t r fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnfb tbfbf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrtbfbf rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t tbb tbbf nnn n nn nn n nn f bfbf n tbtb rfnttbbbbt f rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbnnt f rfrf ntb n r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t nn t t fbb rb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnt bbt r r fntbtnb r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r t t t n t t n fbb rb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t bn n n b t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn n r fntb r fr b r r f nnfb rfntbbb nb rr rbr rfnrb t bbb fbr nrrnnnnr bbbr nr rr rnnrnr r t nnnr ffbbrrnnr bbnr rfntb n rr b f f ff f f rr bnrb rrbrrbr rb rnbrrr rrrrr nr rbr rrr nbrfnrbnr r rbrr rrr bnn rrbnn brbr n r fnrbr t b rrn rr nbrf nr fn n nnnr rbn rnrnn r nr nfr rfntbtt nt t rff f fr fr b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r rr rrft r f r rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt ttttt rr nt t rrt r r r f b bbt rtt tt ttbrt rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntbr n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f bb n r fntbt tn ffr r ff fff b n f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f ff f ffr ff ff r f ffr f rrfr ntbrntr br rt ntrft tr rr rntttt ttr rnt r rr rf br frr f r ttr rnb rtt t tt tbrt rt r trrt ttt t rtttrtt t r fr ntbr n t t rt f fr frn t n t f f f f r rf rf fff f r ffr frn rfbtr rrt ntrff f r f f fff f rbb rt bntrntb bn rfr frnftb fbtt fbbt r rf f r t r ffntbrb nrrf b ftn tnff bbnf f nff rr b bff tb t

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rfnttbbt f rfnfrn tb t r ff frf f tf b bfb nr r t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n rb nbtb t f bbn nb rfnttbbt f rfnfrn tb r ff frf f tf b bfb nr rbn t t t t nn t t fbb rb f t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n r t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbt f r t rfrf ntb n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t t nn t t fbb rb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbt f rfrf ntbn rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t t nn t t fbb rb f t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnt bbnt r r t r fntbtnb r nn r n t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r bnn t t t n t t n fbb rb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t n n n b t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn nn rf ntnb bt ftftnnfffffff ffff t rffrntbntrtrt trft t rfnt bnt r r r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r nnnnn t t t t t fbb rb f t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t bn n n b t t rb bntnbn t t bfttt nbb b rfnt bbbt r r fntbtnb nr t ttnr tt f t r tr f bn r n t t t n t t nt fbb rb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t n n n b b n t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn nn rfnttbbbt f rt tr rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnnbb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn nb rfnttbbt f rfnfrn tb tr ff frf f tf b bfb nr rnn t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n rb nbtb t f bbn nb rfnttbbbt f rfrf ntb n n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff r t t t nn t t t tnfbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn nb rfnttbbbt f t rfrf ntbnn n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnn t t t nn t t t tnfbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn nbn rfnttbbbt f r rrr r r rfnfrn tb t rt t r ff frf f tf b bfb nr rn t t t nn t t t tnfbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n rb nbtb t f bbn nb rfnttbbt f r r rfnfrn tb t tr ff frf f tf b bfb nr rbn t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n r t n rb nbtb t f bbn nb

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rfnt bbt r rr r fntbtnb ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r t t t n t t nt fbb rb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t bn n n b t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn nb rfnt bbt r r r fntbtnb r ntr t tnt tf t r tr f bn r nbn t t t n t t nt fbb rb ft t t t t tfb bb b nn nn tr nbn tnn ntt tbf tnt ttt btf r tntr bf btr t bn n n b t t n rb nbtb t t bfttt bbn nb rfnttbbnnt f rrr r rrr r r rfnfrn tb t tt rt t tr f ffr ff tf b bfb nr rnbb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbnnt f t r rr r rfrf ntb nn n nn n r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnnb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbnnt f r r rrr r r rfnfrn tb tt rt t r f ffr ff tf b bfb nr rn t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbbt f rfrf ntb nr ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnbn t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbt rr f rr rfnfrn tb rr ff frf f tf b bfb nr rb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbnt f rfrf ntb nn nr ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rnb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbnbnt r f r rr r rfnfrn tb tt rf ffr f f tf b bfb nr rnnb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t fn nn bnbr brr bbrf rnr frrrf fbf nbfr fffb fnfb bb fbrf bn nbfb f tr rt r tn t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbt r f r rfrf ntb r ffrr frf r nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n rfnttbbt r f r r rfrf ntb rffr rfr fr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rbnb t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn nb r fntb rfntbbtrttn nttntn f br f bffb r t rrr f b r t rr br tnntt ntnntn ttbnntnntn tntnnn tntttn rtt rr rffntb bbb fnfrf rbrrfrr brffnfb rnr rf nntbtn brrbrrf rbbrbrbfnff rrbfbrffr rrrbrrfrbfrfnb rfbbrrbff n rf rfn ntbffntbnfnb nnnnn tffnf rnnn nf rfn nt r fntb fr fff f r r ff f b fr r f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f rrfr ntbrntr br rrr rnt tttttr rnt rr r rf r ftr f r bbr rbtb rtt t tt tbrt rt r trrt ttt t rtttrtt t r fr ntbr n t t rt f fr frn t n t f f f f r rf rf fff f r ffr frnb rfr rrn tbrff f r f f fff f r rt brbn ntbt rfnttbbbt f r r rfrf ntbn n rf frrf rfr nr fftff f ftfrtff f ff rn t t t bb bt t fbb rb ft t rf ff fftft tfff ttfrf f rfr rbtr fftrf rfrrft rfrtf fttff rtfr t ftfrt rf n n f n t n rb nbtb t f bbn n

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nfnn n rf t tr trb b f f f f f r rf rff fff f r ffr frn rftr rrt ntrff f r f f fff f r rf rnt t r fntbb nt ff f r f ff f b f rr f fr f r f fffr ffrfr fffrfr frffr fffr f f f fff r f rrfr ntbrntr t rt ntrft tr rr rntttt ttr rnt nrr fr nrf r frf r tbr rbtbn rtt t tt tbr rt r trrt ttt t rtttrtt t r fr nt t n t t rt f fr frn t n t f f f f r rf rf fff f r ffr frnb rfr rrn tbrff f r f f fff f r rt rbn ntnn r f nftbb btbtt r f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntrbbf rfrft b rrbbbftrfbb bnbbttbn rrnrfbb brnbnbnrbn nnfbtr nfbbnnf tbbtnb nf t b bbt r f fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnr rrffrf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrrftfrf rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t tbb tbbf nnn n nn nn n nn f rb n tb t r f nftbb btt r f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nnb nnbtr frftn nfntrbbf rf rftb rrbbbftrfbb bnbbttbn rrnrfbb brnbnbnrbn nnfbtr nfbbnnf tbbtnb t tb r fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnr rrffrf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrrftfrf rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t tbb tbbf nnn n nn nn n nn f rb n tb rf n ntbb b n nrn n nnn bf nn nfnn bf f t rf nn rr n rff n n f nn r nnnnnfnf nnfn n nn rnn ft nnnn nf t nn rfnrtbfrf ntnnr rf bftnnr rrn fbfrn nbbn nbbrbbbfrf nnftnbr bf t t t brbfbrf rfrf rnbrf bnrr nrfrnn nnfrnf rr nnbfbn rnbfrbn tbfrfnb fnn nff fn bfnbbf n rf t rf fbb brnr nfnff b tnbrrn fttt nfnrbfb bf b brbt nf trbb bfrrb rbbnfn nrrnfrbbf r bnfrbfbf r rnr rb bfnr rf rrr n rbnrrbnb fn fbnrf rbfbf frnf nfnnrr n bffrrb bfnbbnb rfnbfbrb nfrnrf b brfbbrbbb bnrrnfb rbrbbnfrf rnnrbnfbfnn rbbrbfb nbf nrfbrfnn n nnnbbnfnrbf rbrfrnfr nbfbrnr nrff brfnt nfn bbfnnbfr n nbnbfnbn rbfbnrrbf brbr bnrnbb rbr brtnbrrb bnrb fb r f ntb f rrr bbt t t rfrntbbn tnrtbfrf nbfrnfnt tbftn bfrbrfb bbrnfrbt ntffntrtbfn ft ntbnt ftntntb nftntbb ftntfnt rtbfbrfb bbbntb ffnnttnr btnbfntf fnfnb tbbnrt btf ffbnbfbtn tnrtbbb r r r rf t t ntnbrfntftn ffbnbbftf bftnftr nrfbtntbfb n tftntntt bfbtbrfrrtf bnntbfbntb ffbtfnbnb bttrbn nbtnnbfb n n n nn nn nnn nnb n bnnb nbn n nnt nn t nbbbn n nrbf fnnf nf tnt tr bbftfntb rbfnnttr rb bnn ntn n b rf ntb nn fnn n rnn nnnn nnb rrnn nnnb ff nn nn rrrn nfnnn n b n n rfrntbbn tnrtbfrf nbfntb ntfffbbtfrf nnbnnt tbftn bfrb rfbbbrnfrb tntffntrtb fnft ntb nt nftntb bftnt fntrtbfb rfbbbb ntbffnn ttnrbtnbf ntffnf nbtbbn rtbt fffbnbfb tntnrtbbb nn r nr f t bb tbb ntnbrfntftn ffbnbbftf bftnftr nrfbtntbfb n tftntntt bfbtbrfrrtf bnntbfbntb ffbtfnbnb bttrb n nbtnnbfb n t t tt tt ttt ttb tn bttb tbt t tt tt nbbbnn nrbf fnnf nftnt tr bbftfntb rbfnnttr rb bnn ntn t b r fntb btb r ff ffr f fr f fffrrf ffr f rrfnrtb frt tr rrr ftr rt rft tt r r tr br r r tt bt t tft r ttt b tnr b b ff f f f f f tttnr r ft r r tft f btr br fff n rtb rfntbbtt t rff f f rf b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr rr rrrt f f r rrfr ntbrntr n r rrr ntttttt r rnt r rt r n r f br bnnt rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b n rf n ntb b nnf nnn n n nn bbfnn nf nnbbf f t n n nnnnf t nn rfnrtbfrf ntnnrn rf bftnnr rrn fbfrn nbbn nbbrbbbf rfnnf tnbrbf t t t b rbfbrf rf rfrn brfb nrrnrf rnnnnf frnr rnnbf bnr nbfrbntbfr fnb ff nn f n bf n rft nf fb bfr n f nfnff b tnbrrn fttt nfnrbfb b b brbt nf trbb bfrrb rbbnfn nrrnfrbbf r bnfrbfbf r rnr rb bfnr rf rrr n rbnrrbnb fn fbnrf rbfbf frnf nfnnrr n bffrrb bfnbbnb rfnbfbrb nfrnrf b brfbbrbbb bnrrnfb rbrbbnfrf rnnrbnfbfnn rbbrbfb nbf nrfbrfnn n nnnbbnfnrbf rbrfrnfr nbfbrnr nrff brfnt nfn bbfnnbfr n nbnbfnbn rbfbnrrbf brbr bnrnbb rbr brtnbrrb bnrb fb b r f ntb n n n rfrntbb ntnrtbf rfnbnf ntbntfffrt frfnnbf nttbftn bfrbrfbbbr nfrbtntffnt rtbfnft ntb ntb nnftntbb ftntfnt rtbfbrfb bbbntb ffnnttnr btnbfntf fnfnb tbbnrt btf ffbnbfbtn tnrtbbb tt nn ttt tt tt tttt tt ttt tt ttt tt tt tt tt ffbf t ntnbrfntftn ffbnbbftf bftnftr nrfbtntbfb n tftntntt bfbtbrfrrtf bnntbfbntb ffbtfnbnb bttrbn nbtnnbfb n t t tt tt ttt tt tn tt tt t t t t t nbbtnrt tr t nftnt nttr bbftfntb rbfnnttr rb bnn ntn 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rf ntb b r rf fnf bf fbf f n f r rfn fn f f n rfnftbtbt fbnft ttbbb tn ff ftfbtb tbfbtb ntbtb tbtbn btb tbfbf nntbn tntbbtf bttb tnt btfb bn rrtnnbnt btfb f f f f fbf rf n rnn f fb tbtfntbrnbt rrtb btbf tnnfbtbn t brnbtbtbb nbnfrfnfbn nttbtb rrbtnt nrbbnfnt tbtnt nt f b f bffbf bf n f n tntt ntfn tt tbtb bfn btb fnttbbf f ntt rtbnnrt t fb b r f ntb tt r b r b t ntt t rfnftbtbt fbnft ttbbb tn fff tfbtbtb fbtb ntbtb ttftt btbn btbtbfb fn ntbn tntbbtfbt tbtn tb tfbb nrrtnn bntbtfb nn n nn nn nnnn nn nnn bb nnn nn nnt rnn bb tbtfntbrnbt rrtb btbf tnnfbtbn t brnbtbtbb nbnfrfnfbn nttbtb rrbtnt nrbbnfnt tbtnt nt n n nn nn nnn nnb n bnnb nbn n nnt nn t tntt ntfn tt tbtb bfn btb fnttbbf f ntt rtbnnrt n b r f ntb tt rttr rr t r t tt t rfrntbb nrnftnrtb frfnbf ntbntfft tntbbtbn nbfnt tbftnn b frbrfbbbr nfrbtntffnt rtbfnft ntb ntbnnf tntbb ftntfntrtb fbrfbb bbntbff nnttnrbtnb fntffnf nbtbb nrtb tfffbnb fbtnrnftn rtbbb r r r r r ft ffbf ntnbrfntftn ffbnbbftf bftnftr nrfbtntbfb n tftntntt bfbtbrfrrtf bnntbfbntb ffbtfnbnb bttrbn nbtnnbfb n n n nn nn nnn nn n nn nn n nnt n n t nbbbnn nrbf fnnf nftnt tr rbfnnttr rb bnn ntn bn rfntbntt b rr f r rf rr r rf rrrrt rr rrrrr rt r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r rt rrrt r rr f rr rrt f f r rrfr ntbrntr t rrr rnt ttttt rr nt rr t t r r t nbb bbbr r nt r r f bnb rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb t n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb f r ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b n rfntbtt nt r f r rrr rrr rf r fr f t b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r f r rrfr ntbrntr t rrr rnt ttttt rr nt rt t r b br f bnrf bnnt rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb t n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b nn rfntbtt bt rrt rrr rrrr rr rrrr r bt f f f bt rt r r r r r rrrr rrrr rr rrrrr r rr ft rr f t t r rrf t rrr fr r rrf f r rrfr ntbrntr t rrr rnt ttttt rr nt rt rt r b n r f rf bnbbtn rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb t n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b n rfntbtt b rr t r r rrr rrrr rrr f rr r rrrr r r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r f r rrfrnt brntr nr rrr rnt ttttt rr nt br r r brn r f bbr bn rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b nnb rfntbtt bt rff f rf b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r t rrt r t f r rrfr ntbrntr t rrr rnt ttttt rr nt rb bnf r rrt rr rbr bnr r rrr r t r f t rnb nbr t t r n r f bb rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb t n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b n r fntb r r r r r fr r nfr nnf rf ntbnb nnt rfr ff rb r r r r rr r r rrr r rrr r rb br b rf frf fntbnb brf r b rr r r r r r rr r r b b f b rbr fb r rb f r rf nbn b fb nb t btn t ttt rrr f f ff bntfn nfr r f n ft bt trr r n n n n n nn fn t n n t rfntbfrn ffrf rrr b t rt r t n ttb nf nr nftf nr tf n t b b t b f ttfn t b t n rffrfntbf frrfbf nfffn frrfbf rnff rrf bfrtbf frbbrbfrf frbftbf ntbb btbbn rbfbtr tbf rftr ffffbfrffb brfbfrf rffnfr rffrnfffbbf bbfrtbf frbbftff brbff frbnf frbbffbf br fbrffb brff rffr brbfrbffb trrfrffb rbfbtfr frrbf fbfffbf frbrf r f rftfrf fr rbfbtr ftfr nff n rfntbb ntb r r rfnt b r bb bb b nn ft tn f t t f fn nfn r r r b t ff r b b ttt bbb b b b bbbr b bb bb n f bnbb bbb b bb bbb bb b bf nn rfnbb bn b tnnt tt r fntb fnt t bf r tff b bb rfntnbn rr nb b n n rn nf b b r r r nn b r fntb fnt t brff bb bf r tnf r bbb rf ntbr r f r bb r rb f r nb r r f rf nb bbr b r fntb fnt t f r tffr r b bb rfrrnt b r bf bt tb b b f r rrf b b t t rrb fr rr b b r f ntb f rr r fr rrr t t rfnftbtbt fbnft ttbbb tn ff ftfbtb tbfbt b ntbtb ttbtbn btb tbfb fnn tbntnt bbtfbt tbtn tbt fbb nrrtnn bntbtfb r f r r r ft rnn n n tbtfntbrnbt rrtb btbf tnnfbtbn t brnbtbtbb nbnfrfnfbn nttbtb rrbtnt nrbbnfnt tbtnt nt n n nn nn nnn nn n nn nn n nnt nn t tntt ntfn tt tbtb bfn btb fnttbbf f ntt rtbnnrt bn

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r f nftbb bt f fff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nnb nnbtr frftn nfntrbbf rfrft brrbbbftrf bnnbnb bttbnrr nrfbbbrnbnb nrbnn nfbtrnfb bnnftbbt nb nn n nnn nnn nn nn nnt nnn nn n nn f fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnr trfrrftr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrtrfrrftr rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t tbb tbbf nnn n nn nn n nn f rb n tb r f nftbt bbbb ff r r f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nnb nnbtr frftn nfntrbbf rf rftb rrbbbftrfbb bnbbttbn rrnrfbb brnbnbnrbn nnfbtr nfbbnnf tbbtnb b tt r f fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnr rrffrf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrrftfrf rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t tbb tbbf nnn n nn nn n nn f rrbtr n tb r f nftbbbtbt r f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrbn nb nnbtr frftnnf ntrbbf rfrft brrbbbftrf bbbnbb ttbnrrn rfbbbrnbnbn rbnnnf btrnfbb nnftbbtnb b r r t t fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnr rrffrf ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrrftfrf rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t tbb tbbf nnn n nn nn n nn f rb n tb rfnt bb rb r br brt t frfb tn btbn r n r rbn btt t bt r rfnt fb ft n f f ff ff ff f ffnfn ffnfn ff n nf fn f ffff ff ff ffnf fnff ff ffn f ffnfn fn ff ffn fnf fn nf ff ff ffnf nfnf ffnf nf tr ftt rf ntb r bbb rf nft tbff n frf ftn ff f rf nnr nn r rt rrnn nr nt nn r nrtn rrn n nr n rnrt n f rn nbf r r fr r rrbn r nt nt fr r r tnrrtn nr nrrtn r b r f nftb bb f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrbn nb nnbtr frftn nfntrbbf rfrft brrb bbftrfbnn bnbbttbn rrnrfbb brnbnbnrbn nnfb ntbnnf tbbtnb fb b r r tb r f br bf fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnr trfrrftr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrtrfrrftr rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t bt bf nnn n nn nn n nn f n t tbt r f nftbt b f ff f rfnrftbnfr tbfbfbbtfrb nn bnnb trfrftn nfntrbbf rfrft brrbbbftrf bbbnbb ttbnrrn rfbbbrnbnbn rbnnnf btrnfbb nnftbbtnb tt r r rf fbnfrfrf fbbfbn brbrfnbrfb nbnfbrnbtrb nbbftbfbr rftrrbb rb trnr rftnfnr ntrrn bbnfb brffb rb rrftnfnr rn rnbnb rn nn n nnnnn n nn nnnnnn nf nn nnnn t tbb tbbf nnn n nn nn n nn f rb n tb tb rf n ntb bb nn f rn nff f t rt r nnr rr n rff fn n f nn r nnnnnfntf nnfn n f bbn n nnnn nn rfnrtbfrf ntnnrtr rffbfr nn bbnnb brbbbfrfn nftnbrbf t brbfb t t rf rfrn brfb nrrnrf rnnnnf rnr rnnbf bnr nbfrbntbfr fnb n f f n f fn rf bnn f fb brnr nfnff b tnbrrn fttt nfnrbfb bf b brbt nf trbb bfrrb rbbnfn nrrnfrbbf r bnfrbfbf r rnr rb bfnr rf rrr n rbnrrbnb fn fbnrf rbfbf frnf nfnnrr n bffrrb bfnbbnb rfnbfbrb nfrnrf b brfbbrbbb bnrrnfb rbrbbnfrf rnnrbnfbfnn rbbrbfb nbf nrfbrfnn n nnnbbnfnrbf rbrfrnfr nbfbrnr nrff brfnt nfn bbfnnbfr n nbnbfnbn rbfbnrrbf brbr bnrnbb rbr brtnbrrb bnrb fb rfntbtt bn t rrt rt r rr rrrrr rrr f r rrrrr r r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r r rt rrr f f r rrfr ntbrntr rrr rnt ttttt rr nt rt r f b rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b n rfntbtt bnnt rff f r b r r r r r rrr rrr rrrr rrr rrr r f r rrfr ntbrntr n r rrr ntttttt r rnt r t r bt r f brf bntb rtt tt ttbr rt r trrtt tt tr tttrtt t r fr ntb n rt t t f fr frn t t r rr r r r rrrf r t rr rb fr ntbr r rt t r r rrr rt f b n rf ntb nnnr r bbb rfn tb b trr rn bt n n n b ttn n t tb ttr r tbtr t t t t rtb trn n rt tr rf t b r n n n t tn t rf b r fntb f n ff r r fr r rr r r r ffr fr r n f f ff rr rfrrnttb fftf t r r r t tttt rt nt rr t t ffr t tttt ft r fr ffttt r fr n tt ttttb ttt ttttt btttt t tttbt ttbttt t tt tt tt tfrtt btt ttttt ttt tttttbt tbtttt ttttt tt tt ttt t tb ft tt ttr ttrt tt ttb ttt tttt r tb ft tt tt t ttrrt ttt trt tff ttt tt ttt ttt f fttt ttt tt frt rffttt fr t ttt ttrt trt trt tttt t t ttt tttt rtrt btrt trttr ttt tt ffft ttt fttt ttr trtbt rttrt trt ttt ttr t tftt ttt tttt rttr ttr tttt t ffrt tt tttt ttt rttt trr t trttt t ttb ttt tb tb tbtbt tt b tt t t tttt ttb tt ttttt ttt rt rtbrtn r rt r rr tt tttt tttt ttt tttt tbt ttt nnt fr nnn tt tt ntt rr r rr r trf brrrb tbr r r n rtb b r ff ntb nb n ff ff ttn rrfnrtb frt tr rrr ftr rr rft tt ff r f r ttt b bnr r r r r t trb fr trbr ft rb trt bft bttnb nbttn bbbbtb tnbtt btttb bnbbbtbnb btnnnttnt btbbb tnbtnt bbbnt tttt bb tnntbt bnttbt tbttb ttnbb tttbttntt ttntnn nbttb btt f f f r t rf ntbb f t f ft r r rfntfbf nrfrfr nnfff nfrnfr nfffff nffr nnnnr rrffff nnnfn rbfrfr nfffrn fr n nfnrfrr ffrnff f nftfnnn n nrnfbfn f nfnfn r nftftf trrfn fbfbf tf fn fnfn rnfr n ttfnnf nff rfnrn rn t fntfnn nbtb tt