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Title: The West Orange times
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Language: English
Publisher: Winter Garden Times, Inc.
Place of Publication: Winter Garden Fla
Creation Date: October 20, 2005
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Opinion
        page A 4
    Section A: Business
        page A 5
    Section A: Winter Garden
        page A 6
        page A 7
        page A 8
        page A 9
    Section A: Ocoee
        page A 10
        page A 11
    Section A: Windermere
        page A 12
    Section A: Dr. Phillips
        page A 13
    Section A: Social
        page A 14
    Section A: Entertainment
        page A 15
        page A 16
    Section B
        page B 1
    Section B: Sports
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
    Section B: Golf
        page B 5
    Section B: Schools
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
    Section C: Classifieds
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Blood drive at
Alpha Army Navy
Alpha Army Navy World will
host its monthly blood drive with
Florida's Blood Centers this Sat-
urday, Oct. 22, from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. at 13032 W. Colonial Drive,
Winter Garden. For more infor-
mation, call George Skiba at 407-
877-9530.

W.G. Utilities
landscaping
seminar is Oct. 23
The Winter Garden Utilities
Department is sponsoring a free
landscaping seminar at Tanner
Hall, 29 W. Garden Ave. Partici-
pants will learn techniques on how
to prepare and protect their land-
scaping and discover low-main-
tenance landscaping tips to help
their yard look its best year-round.
The program is being present-
ed by Florida Yards & Neighbor-
hoods this Sunday, Oct. 23, from
1-4 p.m. For details or to reserve
a seat, call 407-654-2732.

Annual Butler Chain
Conservation meeting
set for this Thursday
The community is invited to at-
tend the annual meeting of the
Butler Chain Conservation Asso-
ciation this Thursday, Oct. 20, at
Windermere Elementary School.
The event will get underway with
a social time and refreshments at
6:30 p.m. The meeting will begin
at 7 and features Teresa Watkins
of Florida Yards and Neighbor-
hoods as the guest speaker. There
will be door prize giveaways.
For more information, call Lucy
Cogswell at 407-876-3340.

Fall Festival at Church
of the Lakes Oct. 22
The Presbyterian Church of the
Lakes is planniffg its annual Fall
FeSti al for Saturday, Oct, 22,
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event
will feature something for every-
one in the family and items for
sale for every age group. Booths
include crafts, homemade jams,
jellies, pickles and baked goods, a
white elephant sale, used toys and
children's clothing, food conces-
sions and children's activities. For
more information, call Doris Tin-
dall at 407-293-1283. The church
is at 4700 Lincoln Ave., Orlando.

Library hosts 'Meet
the Author' panel of
teen fiction writers
The community is invited to lis-
ten to a panel discussion by pub-
lished writers of teen fiction this
Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Winder-
mere Library beginning at 2 p.m.
Edward Bloor, the author of
Tangerine; Alison Jackson, who
wrote Crane's Rebound; and
Olympia High School student Jor-
dan Wagner, author of Nightmare
Awakened, will describe their writ-
ing and publishing experiences.
For more information, call the
branch at 407-876-7540.

Fun Day, rummage
sale, pumpkin patch at
Windermere Union
Windermere Union Church,
United Church of Christ, 436 Oak-
dale St., will have a rummage sale
this Saturday, Oct. 22, from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. with lots of bargains. All
proceeds will go to church pro-
jects.
The same day, the church's
preschool will have a Fun Day
from noon to 4 p.m. There will be
a bounce house for the kids,
hayrides for all and a bake sale.
Also, pumpkins will be sold
from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 20, through Sunday, Oct. 30.
The proceeds will be used for a
new preschool facility.
For details, call 407-876-2112.

Movie Lover's Club
has Halloween theme
The Windermere Library will
host its new gathering of the
Movie Lover's Club this Thurs-
day, Oct. 20, at 6:30 p.m. The
event will feature "spooktacular"
horror movies. There will be no
tricks, but patrons are advised to
be prepared for a special treat. In
addition, the fantasy and horror
artwork of award-winning local
artist Mike Conrad will be on dis-
play that evening. For more in-
formation, call the branch at 407-
876-7540.


Warriors take Shield
West Orange came out
victorious in the inaugural
Battle for the Shield football
game held last Thursday at
WOHS. The Warriors beat the
Ocoee Knights 23-0. West
Orange will possess the shield
trophy until next year's game.
Winter Garden and Ocoee
craftsmen donated their time
and efforts to help construct

the shield last week. The new
rivalry featured many Ocoee
and West Orange players who
were teammates last year at
WOHS. Many members of the
Knight coaching staff also
served under West Orange
Head Coach Tim Smith during
previous seasons.

Photo by Andrew Bailey


Gulf coast evacuee


find homes in Trail


By Michael Laval

Winter Garden is considering mak-
ing changes to its Trailer City Densi-
ty Reduction Plan in order to allow
Hurricane Katrina evacuees to stay at
the city-owned mobile home park.
The City Commission voted 4-0
during last Thursday's meeting at Tan-
ner Hall to approve the first reading
of a proposed ordinance that would
eliminate parts of the controversial
five-year plan passed last December.
Mayor Jack Quesinberry was not pre-
sent during last week's meeting. The
elected officials will decide on the mat-
ter following a public hearing set for
Nov. 10.
Residents of Trailer City voted ear-
lier this month against allowing needy
residents of Winter Garden's adopted
town of Waveland, Miss., from join-
ing their community. Many of those
who voted "no" cited fears that just a
few Waveland refugees could bring a
crime wave to Trailer City.
City Commissioner Rod Reynolds,
however, announced that he had met
with Trailer City residents on the pre-
vious night (Oct. 12) and witnessed


CALVIN SANDERS


them vote unanimously to welcome
Waveland residents to stay in some of
the trailer park's vacant homes.
Among 10 unoccupied trailers cur-
rently owned by the city, only six are
in acceptable living condition, ac-
cording to City Manager Michael Boll-
hoefer.
In drafting the proposed ordinance,
Bollhoefer changed clauses in the Den-
sity Reduction Plan that required mo-
bile homes purchased by the city to be
removed from the park within 60 days.
Reynolds and commissioners Theo
Graham and Carol Nichols, though,
sought further changes to the ordi-
nance that, if passed, could reverse the
City Commissign's 2004 decision to
bring Trailer Citpinto compliance with
city fire codes by reducing the number
of mobiles homes from 159 to 80 by
Dec. 31, 2009. This would be accom-
plished by removing trailers that were
voluntarily sold to the city by its own-
ers.
"You don't want to bring these peo-
ple in and then tell them they've got an
axe hanging over their heads," said
Nichols.
Part of the existing ordinance that


BREVIN WALKER


Winter Garden tots

joining Buddy Walk

for Down syndrome
By Amy Quesinberry

Two Winter Garden children 18-month-old Calvin Sanders and
8-month-old Brevin Walker and their families will join others this
Saturday for the mile-long Buddy Walk at Lake Eola. The event is held
to promote awareness and acceptance of people with Down syn-
drome, including Calvin and Brevin.
The Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida hosts the walk
annually in downtown Orlando. Participation has grown to almost
1,000 family members and friends who support the inclusion of peo-
ple with Down syndrome in their community and place of employ-
ment.
This year's Buddy Walk is Oct. 22; registration begins at 8 a.rh. Re-
freshments, entertainment and lunch are included in the $10 registration
fee. Participants can also pre-register online at www.dsacf.org.
In a friendly competition between the two families, participants
can register under Team Calvin or Team Brevin.
Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings is serving as master of ceremonies and will
walk that morning. She has been a strong advocate for children
throughout her public service career. She secured state funding to
add an exceptional education component to the planned University
of Central Florida Academy for Teaching, Learning and Leadership.
It was later named the Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Insti-
tute.
Calvin and his entire family Brian and Angelina Sanders, old-
er brother Devin and fellow triplets Ashton and Bryce will take part

(See Walk, 3A)


es might


ler City
deals with Trailer City states that when
the plan expires at the end of 2009,
the City Commission will decide
whether to keep the park open, con-
tinue its Density Reduction Plan or
vote to close the park.
"I would like to see that part re-
moved or reworded," Graham said of
the part that mentions park closure. "It
would remove the cloud hanging over
there."
Graham added that the city should
still work to resolve Trailer City's code
violations but suggested that Winter
Garden adopt the current state fire code
in place of the city's more stringent
code.
The commissioners agreed to elim-
inate parts of the ordinance that re-
quire reducing Trailer City to 80 mo-
bile homes and provide for the possi-
ble phasing out the park in 2010. Lan-
guage in the ordinance mandating that
Trailer City's density must be reduced
in order to conform to zoning and fire
safety regulations would be changed.
The changes decided upon last
Thursday must be ratified by another
vote at the next City Commission
meeting.


Windermere faces
-Grant-funded
improvements to Lake
Down Park could be
delayed by new court
proceeding.

By Kathy Aber

Windermere obtained a grant for
$50,000 three years ago from the
Florida Recreation Development As-
sistance Program to make improve-
ments to Lake Down Park. Last
month, the town obtained an exten-
sion on the original grant deadline of
Oct. 31 and now has until Jan. 31,
2006, to complete the improvements.
But three residents have put the


Reading Reindeer needs your help
Nine weeks remain
in annual literacy
campaign.


By Kathy Aber


Since last week's launch of the
annual Reading Reindeer drive, do-
nations by check, books and com-
mitments have started coming in.
For eight years, a couple from
Hyde Park in Winter Garden have
been faithful supporters of The
West Orange Times book collec-
tion for needy children. Each year,
their check has been the first do-
nation to arrive.
In addition, a national accounts
manager for Houghton Mifflin has
notified the Times that he will drop
off several cartons of new books
later this week.
And Ocoee High School Princi-
pal Mike Armbruster, a strong
Reading Reindeer supporter since
1998, announced his continued
commitment.
Reading Reindeer is looking for
3,000 new books for children up


new challenge in
timely completion of this project in
jeopardy.
Keena Lee and John and Carol
Root, three of the plaintiffs in the Lake
Down lawsuit, filed an Administra-
tive Petition against the Florida De-
partment of Environmental Protection
last week challenging the town's ex-
tension on the grant.
Richard Brightman, the attorney for
the Roots and Lee, advised Town At-
torney Cliff Shepard and Town Coun-
cil members before the filing of his
clients impending action. He also had
offered that his clients would forego
filing the petition if the town would
agree to certain concessions.
Shepard rejected the offer after con-
sulting with lawyers Tom Wilkes and
Rick Mitchell, who are representing the


through age 12 with a deadline of
Dec. 22. These books will be dis-
tributed to needy children in West
Orange County as gifts for Christ-
mas.
There are six drop-off locations:
the Times office, 720 S. Dillard St.,
Winter Garden; the-West Orange
Chamber office, 12184 West Colo-
nial Drive, Winter Garden; and the
four local libraries, West Oaks,
Windermere, Winter Garden and
Southwest. Donations by checks
can be mailed to the Times office ad-
dress.
For more information on the pro-
gram or ways to help, call Kathy
Aber at 407-656-2121.


lakefront dispute
town in the lakefront dispute. He sub-
sequently advised the council at its
regular meeting last Tuesday that the
concessions could have impacted the
pending lakefront litigation.
He told The West Orange Times
Tuesday that the Roots and Lee had
met with some of the council mem-
bers to discuss their concerns before
taking legal action and he is hopeful
the situation can be resolved.
"We are in the process of seeing if
we can work something out," said
Shepard.
The attorney said it is his under-
standing that the three plaintiffs do
not oppose the park improvements or
the use of the grant funding but think


(See Windermere, 16A)


Photo by Kathy Aber
Suspended pumpkin patch
A close look at the Huffman's house will get a returned stare from 50 pairs of pumpkin eyes. This unusual
display by Kristy and Mark Huffman of Magnolia Street in Windermere was photographed at dusk last Tues-
day.


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Obituaries


The West Orange Times pub-
lishes obituaries of the West
Orange area free of charge.
Deadline for information is
Monday at 4 p.m. We will also
include funeral arrangements if
the funeral is to take place on
or after our publication date. In-
formation may be brought by
the office or mailed to 720 S.
Dillard St., Winter Garden
34787; faxed to 407-656-6075;
or sent by e-mail to
wotimes@aol.com.

SUSIE BEATRICE CALHOUN.87,
Winter Garden, died Thursday, Oct.
13. Born in Gadsden, Ala., she was
the eldest daughter of Julia and Web-
ster Calhoun (former mayor of Ocoee).
Survivors: brothers, Ross, Cocoa, Her-
bert, Milton; sisters, Frances Jones,
Mildred Simmons, both of Orlando;
numerous nieces and nephews. Col-
lison Carey Hand Funeral Home, Win-
ter Garden Chapel.
JOE GONZALES, 55, Ocoee, died
Thursday, Oct. 13. Central Florida Di-
rect Cremation Service, Orlando.
GRACE ELAINE HINDEL, 64, Win-
ter Garden, died Thursday, Oct. 13.
Collison Carey Hand Funeral Home,
Winter Garden Chapel.
BERNARD DWIGHT KELLER, 81,
Winter Garden, died Oct. 12. Allen J.
Harden Funeral Home, Mount Dora.
JEAN KENNEDY, 73, Ocoee, died


Saturday, Oct. 15. She was born in
1932 in Johnstown, Pa. She was a li-
censed practical nurse and a past
member of the Lions Auxiliary. Sur-
vivors: husband, Fred Kennedy; sons,
Jerry (and Sharon) Halloway, Jim (and
Pat) Halloway; daughter, Darlene Hal-
loway; brothers, Coy Walker, Steve
Walker; sister, Rose Dean; 6 grand-
children; 12 great-grandchildren.
Woodlawn Funeral Home.
EDDIE MAE JOHNSON KING, 99,
Winter Garden, died Oct. 9. Born in
Edison, Ga., in 1906, she moved to
Winter Garden in 1924. She married
the late Joseph King II in 1926, and
they had 8 children. She was a mem-
ber of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Win-
ter Garden. Marvin C. Zanders Fu-
neral Home, Apopka.

MARIA ELENA LUNA, 31, Ocoee,
died Oct. 7. A Community Funeral
Home & Sunset Cremations, Pine
Castle Chapel, Orlando.
DAVID MADDOX, 63, of Salt Springs
and formerly of Ocoee, died July 9.
Born in Cot-
tondale, he
moved to
Central Flori- i
da in 1945. He
was Baptist
and worked in .
construction.
He was a vet-
eran of the
U.S. Army ,
having served ..
in the famed .
101st Air-
borne Division. Survivors: sons,


Local police and fire reports


Winter Garden
police report
The Winter Garden Police Depart-
ment reported 529 calls for service
from Sept. 30-Oct. 6:
Arrests Adult. 20; juvenile, 2:
Robbery-2
Sexual battery-1
Child abuse--1
Domestic violence-3
Assault/battery-4
Burglary, residential and business-
6
Vehicle thefts-1
Thefts-17
Criminal mischief-1
Drug violations-1
DUI-4
Vehicle accidents-17
Alarms-37
Officer self-initiated activity-Foot
patrols, 98; security checks-592.

Ocoee police report
The Ocoee Police Department re-
ported 593 calls for ser\ ice Oct. 7-13:
33 Arrests-17 adult males, 5 adult
females, 12 juvenile males, 4 juvenile
females.
False alarms-19
Assault/battery-7
Burglary, residential & business-
8
Burglary, vehicle-5
Child abuse-8
Criminal mischief-5
Drug violations--
DUI-1
Robbery-1
Thefts-26
Vehicle accidents-40
Vehicle thefts-6
Alarms, total-32
Death/suicide/traffic homicide-2
Disturbances-1 19
Missing/runa" ay juvenile-7.

OFD weekly report.
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 70 calls for assistance.dur-


Sign up for Head Start
Meals are available at no charge to
children enrolled in the Head Start
program in Orange County. Locally,
the program is at Maxey Elementary
School. 1100 E. Maple St., Winter
Garden. For information, call 407-
836-659,0.

Visit downtown
W.G. museums
Downtown Winter Garden has sev-
eral museums honoring the city's his-
tory..The Winter Garden Heritage
Museum is at 1 N. Main St. There is
no admission. For information or to
schedule a tour for large groups, call
407-656-5544. The Winter Garden
History Center is downtown on West
Plant Street. For information, call
407-656-3244. The Central Florida
Railroad Museum is at 101 S. Boyd
St. For information, call 407-656-
0559.

Alzheimer's caregiver
support groups
The Greater Orlando Alzheimer's
Association sponsors two caregiver
support groups in Winter Garden.
They take place at Golden Pond Com-


Michael, Mount Dora, Aaron, Ocoee;
mother, Myrtle Boner, Ocoee; brother,
Paul (and Danya), Ocoee; sister, Iris
(and Ray) Noah, Gadsden, Ala.; sev-
eral nieces and nephews. He was pre-
ceded in death by his father, Herman,
his wife, Paula, and his son, Daniel.
ROSA MELANIA QUANT, 68, Ocoee,
died Oct. 11. Woodlawn Funeral
Home, Gotha.
CHARLES ROBBINS REID JR., 56,
Ocoee, died Sunday, Oct. 16. A Com-
munity Funeral Home & Sunset Cre-
mations, Pine Castle Chapel, Orlan-
do.
EDWARD SMITH, 66, Ocoee, died
Friday, Oct. 14. Woodlawn Memorial
Park & Funeral Home, Gotha.
ELYSE TERRY, 10, and IAN TERRY,
8, of Windermere, died Oct. 10. Both
were students at Windermere Ele-
mentary School and were champi-
onship gymnasts, earning numerous
state and regional awards. Elyse was
active in horseback riding. lan excelled
at baseball as a player in the Winder-
mere Little League. Both played on
the same co-ed soccer team at the
Roper YMCA in Winter Garden. Both
were involved in music, studying pi-
ano and singing in the children's choir
at the Presbyterian Church of the
Lakes. Survivors: mother, Leigh Ann
Terry; grandparents, Carl and Carole
Engle, Windermere, Margaret Her-
man, Shamokin, Penn.; aunts, uncles,
cousins, extended family and friends.
A memorial service was held Satur-
day, Oct. 15, at the Presbyterian
Church of the Lakes, Orlando.


Support theater
renovation process
The Winter Garden Heritage Foun-
dation is restoring the old (1935)
movie theater at 160 W. Plant St. A
capital campaign has been established,
and donations are being accepted.
Donor cards are available at the Win-
ter Garden History Center, 32 W. Plant
St. For more information, call 407-
656-3244.


ing the period of Oct. 6-12:
Fire-1
EMS-37
Vehicle accidents-6
Hazardous materials--4
Public service-21
False alarms-1
City calls-62
County calls-7
Windermere calls-1.


Windermere police
report for September
The Windermere Police Department
reported 923 calls for service from
Sept. 1 through 30 as well as:
Incident reports 28
Traffic Stops 287
Citations 137'
Courtesy Notices 144
Business checks 40 per night
Alarms 35
Assistance to public 302
Accidents 2
Arrests 11
Field Interrogation Reports 0
Parking tickets 1
The 11 arrests resulted in 13
charges, including the following: DUI,
warrant, possession of metham-
phetamine, battery on law enforce-
ment officer, resisting with violence
and sanitary nuisance.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 68 calls for assis-
tance during the period of Oct. 9-15:
Fires-3
Emergency medical calls-56
Auto accidents-2
Automatic fire alarms-1
Public assist-0
Hazardous conditions-1
Miscellaneous-5.


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Philip Karr, entertainment professional, dies


Philip Karr surrounded himself
with top talent in his career as a tal-
ent agent, casting director and ex-
ecutive producer in New York, Los
Angeles and Orlando. His clients
included John Travolta, Sela Ward,
Halle Berry, Rita Moreno and Brit-
ney Spears.
Karr, 58, Windermere, died Oct.
9 of a sudden heart attack in
Hanover, N.J. He was an acclaimed
entertainment professional with
more than 40 years of experience
in the field.
"Philip was an extraordinary per-
son, both selfless and genuine," said
his wife of 28 years, Amy Allen
Karr.
Karr was executive director of
Solitaire Entertainment Inc.,
founder of Philip Karr Talent Man-
agement and artistic director of the
L.A. Acting Workshop in Ocoee.
His Oscar, Emmy, Golden Globe
and Tony award-winning clients
have appeared in hundreds of fea-
ture films, television series, com-
mercials and Broadway shows.
These include American Dreams,
Mama Mia!, Cinderella, Spin City,



Donations needed
for woman in coma
Winter Garden resident
Wanda Sue Gibson, 52, is crit-
ically ill and on life support at
Health Central hospital in
Ocoee. She is currently in a
coma. Gibson, a nanny to a lo-
cal family, attended both
Ocoee Elementary and Ocoee
High School.
Because this illness has oc-
curred when she had no med-
ical coverage, her friends are
raising funds for her care. A
trust fund has been set up at
Sun Trust Bank, 10331 W.
Colonial Drive, Ocoee, FL
34761. Donations, as well as
prayers, would be greatly ap-
preciated.


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Winter Garden, FL 34787
407-877-6700
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PHILIP KARR
Party of Five, Seinfeld, Batman,
Pulp Fiction, West Side Story,
Frasier, The Young and the Rest-
less, ER, The Bold and the Beauti-
ful, I Know What You Did Last Sum-
mer, Once and Again and Just Shoot
Me.
As a prestigious talent agent, Karr


developed thousands of actors for
television and feature films. Dan-
ny DeVito, Kevin Costner, Whit-
ney Houston, A.J. McLean, Justin
Timberlake, Mandy Moore and
Brittany Snow are also among the
many stars he has represented.
As a personal manager, Karr
helped to create the careers of
Heather Locklear, Tiffani-Amber
Thiessen and Jennifer Love Hewitt.
He touched the lives of so many,
not only in the entertainment in-
dustry, but locally as well, by help-
ing to teach and coach lacrosse at
West Orange High School. He was
known for always putting other peo-
ple's needs before his own.
In addition to his wife, he is sur-
vived by his children, Jesse and
Melissa, both of Windermere; his
mother, Stella Karr of Laguna
Woods, Calif.; and his sister, Ann
Grodin of Beverly Hills, Calif.
Graveside services were held last
Wednesday, Oct. 12, at Beth Israel
Cemetery in Woodbridge, N.J.


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NOTICE OF COMPREHENSIVE

PLAN AMENDMENT

The City Commission of Winter Garden, Florida, pro-
poses to adopt the following ordinance:

ORDINANCE 05-56

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN'S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO COMPLY
WITH THE WEKIVA PARKWAY AND PROTECTION
ACT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVID-
ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

If approved, this amendment will make text changes that
will bring the City's Comprehensive Plan into compli-
ance with the Wekiva Parkway and Protection Act. A
public hearing before the Planning and Zoning Board
on this ordinance will be held on November 7, 2005 at
6:45 p.m. This public hearing will be held in the Com-
mission Chambers located at City of Winter Garden
City Hall, 251 W. Plant Street, in Winter Garden, Flori-
da.

Another public hearing to consider transmitting this or-
dinance to the Department of Community Affairs for
review will be held by the City Commission on Novem-
ber 10, 2005 at 6:30 p.m. This public hearing will be held
in Tanner Hall located at 29 West Garden Avenue in
Winter Garden, Florida.

This ordinance may be inspected by the public be-
tween the hours of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. at the Winter
Garden City Hall or by contacting Mark Cechman at 656-
4111 (ext. 2272) 270 West Plant St. Winter Garden, FL
34787 for more information. Interested parties may
appear at the meeting and be heard regarding this or-
dinance. Any persons wishing to appeal a decision of
the City Commission should ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made. Written comments
will be accepted before or at the public hearing.


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Thursday, October 20, 2005 The West Orange Times 3A


The West Orange Chamber Leadership Class of 2005 completed its 8-month program with a helicopter ride
over West Orange County. The class named 'Quest' is comprised of 21 business leaders.

West Orange Chamber Leadership Class completes 8-month program


The West Orange Chamber Lead-
Sership Class of 2005, named "Quest,"
included 21 business leaders who re-
cently completed an eight-month pro-
gram to educate them on ways to serve
and improve the community.
The group participated in eight dy-
namic monthly sessions that involved
lectures, tours, hands-on experiences
and behind-the-scenes activities. Top-
ics include education, environment,
profiles of West Orange, media com-
munications, healthcare and the legal
system and government.
The leadership program also has a
final class project in which the group
organizes an event or program that
benefits the West Orange community.
This year the class decided to collect
books to donate to the Maxey Com-

Ocoee police sponsor
annual poker run to
benefit toy giveaway
The Ocoee Police Department host-
ed the Fourth Annual Ocoee
Founders' Day Poker Run for mo-
torcycles and classic cars. This year's
event was the largest to date, draw-
ing 188 participants and raising just
over $4,500 for the Police Depart-
ment' s Holiday Toys for Tots in Need
program. In the past, this toy drive
has been able assist approximately
250 needy families and put holiday
toys in the hands of more than 400
children. The program was also able
to provide school supplies, clothing
and food baskets to other families in
need.
If you live in the city of Ocoee and
need assistance from the Holiday
Toys for Tots in Need program, you
must pre-register by Dec. 2. To reg-
ister, you must have a valid driver's
license or Florida identification card,
proof of residence (a city of Ocoee
water bill) and a birth certificate and
Social Security Card for each child.
The program is limited to children
under the age of 12.
Donations of money or unwrapped
new toys may be dropped off at the po-
lice station on Bluford Avenue at any-
time prior to Dec. 16. The police are
also happy to pick up donations.


Walk
(Continued from front page)
in the festivities this weekend.
Brevin will have a crew there as
well. Planning to walk the mile again
this year are his parents, Molly
Hatcher and Chad Walker, plus some
of their siblings; Chad's parents,
John and Cindy Kirby and Clifford
and Carla Walker; Molly's mother,
Mindy Hatcher, and her grandpar-
ents.
Angelina Sanders and Molly
Hatcher have become friends and
talk regularly. Occasionally, they get
the boys together.
The National Down Syndrome So-
ciety established the national walk
in 1995 to celebrate Down Syn-
drome Awareness Month in Octo-
ber. It helps raise the funds neces-
sary to develop innovative and ef-
fective programs for education, re-
search and advocacy.
Last year's walk raised more than
$35,000.
Down syndrome is a genetic con-
dition that occurs in one out of every
800-1,000 live births. It is the most
frequently occurring chromosomal
disorder and affects more than
350,000 people in the United States
alone.
For more information about the
Central Florida association, call 407-
540-1121.


munity Center library that is current-
ly being renovated. This project is
called Quest for Knowledge.
"This program is a great opportu-
nity to network with peers and meet
other business leaders in our commu-
nity," said Thomas Eastwood, asso-
ciate vice president for Morgan Stan-
ley.
The class of 2005 included the fol-
lowing participants: Dana Barrett
Smith of Regions Bank; Cindy Bell
of Health Central Paramedic Service;
William Dills of First Commercial
Bank; Eastwood; Doug Ellerbe of
Progress Energy; Warren Emery of
Amber Electric; Ron Garrison of Mor-
gan Stanley; Tracy Henderson of Mc-
Cree Inc.; Dr. Frann Kelley of Cor-
porate Performance Institute; George


Kramer of Glatting Jackson Kercher
Anglin Lopez Rinehart Inc.; Felicia
Lewis of AmSouth Bank; Catherine
Livingston of Lownes Drosdick
Doster Kantor and Reed P.A.; Linda
McKellar of Signature GMAC Real
Estate; Darla Miller of Miller Sellen
Conner and Walsh; Dianne Southwell
of Plaudits; Lori Tyson of Step2 Tech-
knowledgies Inc.; Wayne Weger of
Castle and Cooke; Robert Williams
of Health Central; Keith Yocum of
Manheim's Florida Auto Auction of
Orlando; and Frank Zito of SunTrust
Bank.
The Chamber is now accepting ap-
plications for the West Orange Lead-
ership Class of 2006. If you are inter-
ested in participating, contact Preya
Shivdat at 407-656-1304.


City of Ocoee to open fall grant cycle


The fall cycle for the city of
Ocoee's Community Merit Awards
Program opens Nov. 1. These awards
are financial grants made to organi-
zations whose members include
Ocoee residents and business people.
The grants are made to acknowledge
excellence and to further the bene-
fits these local organizations bring to
the Ocoee community.
Applications for the Community
Merit Awards are accepted twice a
year. The upcoming 2005 fall cycle
opens Nov. 1 and closes Nov. 30.
The applications are then reviewed
and ranked by the Merit Awards Re-
view Board, a group of Ocoee resi-
dents appointed by the City Com-
mission. This board makes a recom-
mendation to the City Commission
as to which applications to fund. The
elected officials then make the final


decision.
Applications will be available be-
ginning Nov. 1 on the city's Web site,
www.ci.ocoee.fl.us, or at the City
Hall reception desk. Completed ap-
plications should be mailed or
dropped at City Hall to the attention
of the Community Relations Divi-
sion.
For this first grant cycle, a total of
$5,000 is available. The maximum
grant award is $500.
The next grant cycle will open
April 1,2006. Organizations may ap-
ply for grants during both funding
cycles each year. However, only one
application per organization per cy-
cle will be accepted.
For more information on the Ocoee
Community Merit Awards Program,
call Community Relations Manager
Tonya Elliott at 407-905-3109.


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Annual Butler Chain
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set for this Thursday
The community is invited to attend
the annual meeting of the Butler Chain
Conservation Association this Thurs-
day, Oct. 20, at Windermere Elemen-
tary School. The event will get un-
derway with a social time and re-
freshments at 6:30 p.m. The meeting
will begin at 7 and features Teresa
Watkins of Florida Yards and Neigh-
borhoods as the guest speaker. There
will be door prize giveaways.
For more information, call Lucy
Cogswell at 407-876-3340.


Ocoee police
set Walk Away
from Drugs
The Ocoee Police Department
will host the city's first Walk Away
from Drugs Walk this Saturday,
Oct. 22, at 9:30 a.m. to kick off Red
Ribbon Week (Oct. 23-31). Red
Ribbon Week is designed to pro-
mote a drug-free lifestyle.
The half-mile walk will start at
Ocoee Middle School and end at
the Ocoee Gazebo at Starke Lake.
The first 250 participants will re-
ceive red "Proud to be Drug Free"
silicone wristbands.
Instead of a sign-in sheet at reg-
istration, the police will have a six-
by-four-foot "Pledge to be Drug-
Free" sign-in banner. The elemen-
tary school that has the most par-
ticipants will be able to display the
pledge banner at their school. This
will assist in reinforcing the mes-
sage taught by Officer Christine
Zornan, the local DARE instruc-
tor.
In order to meet the need for vol-
unteers, the Ocoee police will have
the assistance of volunteers from
several clubs at Ocoee High
School.
School Resource Officer Jim
Berish is also coordinating with.
Ocoee Middle School to tie this
walk in with its regularly sched-
uled Red Ribbon week contest. The
Rotary Club of Ocoee is donating
U.S. Savings Bonds to the OMS
contest winners.


Town OK's rezoning for Oakland Park


By Amy Quesinberry

The Oakland Town Commis-
sion has rezoned 66.5 acres from
residential and agricultural to
Planned Unit Development,
paving the way for a mixed-use
development in Oakland Park
that will include 175 dwelling
units and 57 garage apartments.
Last Tuesday's vote was 4-1,
with Commissioner Bill Dudzin-
ski, who had previously ex-
pressed concern about the street
widths, still in opposition.
Oakland Park is a 258-acre
community that lies in both Win-
ter Garden and Oakland. Four of
the five phases are in the Oak-
land town limits.
Homes will be built in one of
five architectural styles all
maintaining the historic charac-
ter of the town along tree-lined
rural streets near strategically
placed pocket parks.


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officials learned the following:
Florida's Blood Centers will
set up its Bloodmobile at the Oak-
land Heritage Day on Oct. 29.
Connie Joiner will give the
historic tour at the Heritage Fes-
tival since Jon and Kay Vander-
Ley, who previously agreed to
lead the tour, are moving to Lees-
burg. Joiner is the daughter of
Grover Tubb, for whom the
Town Center fountain is named.
Tubb moved to Oakland in 1921
and held every position available
in Oakland before his death in
1976.
Commissioner Mona Phipps
is trying to obtain a grant for the
Little White House because it is
representative of a historic Crack-
er-style house.
The St. Johns River Water
Management District will make a
presentation at the next commis-
sion meeting (7 p.m. Oct. 25).


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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 20, 2005


Opinion


The restoration of Lake Apopka from science to nature


Reprinted from the Friends of Lake Apopka
newsletter, "Making it Clear. "
After years of neglect, Lake Apopka has be-
gun a healing process. The restoration has been
underway for several years now and following
some bumps in the road, is finally taking off-
ecological conditions are improving and Apop-
ka should be shedding the title of "Florida's most
polluted large lake." The phosphorous levels in
the lake are fairly steady at levels in the 70ppm
range. This is a great improvement over earlier
readings of more than
200ppm, though there is still
progress to be made to reach "' F
the goal of less than 55ppm. RIEN
Nutrients have always been
the big problem for the lake,
causing the algae blooms
and the resulting discol-
oration of the water. The St.
Johns River Water Manage-
ment District (SJRWMD),
which has responsibility for
the restoration, is using a sci-
ence-based, multi-pronged
strategy to restore the lake
and the surrounding wet-
lands.
The first and most impor-
tant step was to reduce the
amount of nutrients entering .
the lake from the farms, .,,
which made up 97 percent -
of the external wastewater -
entering the lake. This was
accomplished with the 1996
Lake Apopka Improvement rL E S "r o I
and Management Act that
granted funding for the
SJRWMD to buy the farmland surrounding the
north shore. The act also set phosphorous dis-
charge limitations, which reduced the amount
of phosphorous loading to the lake.
Next, the restoration program had to address
the pollution already in the lake: how to remove
it in a cost effective manner and minimize its
availability to the algae. Many strategies were
evaluated, but only two chosen; construction of
a wetland filter (Marsh Flow-Way) and har-
vesting gizzard shad.
The Marsh Flow-Way, alongside the Apop-
ka-Beauclair Canal, receives lake water via grav-
ity and removes particles and associated nutri-,
ents as the water flows through it. The clear wa-
ter plume leaving the flow-way is very obvious
when seen from the air. Since its beginning in
2003 the Flow-Way has removed tons of sus-
pended solids, nitrogen and phosphorus.


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The gizzard shad removal program also helps
remove phosphorous and reduce nutrient recy-
cling. These shad feed on bottom mud and as-
sociated fauna, and their waste encourages al-
gae by returning phosphorus and nitrogen to the
lake. The shad, labeled 'phosphorous pumps,'
recycle nutrients from the lake bottom and make
them available to the algae living in the water col-
umn. In addition, by removing the shad from
the lake, the phosphorous in their bodies is also
removed. To date, more than 12 million pounds
of the rough fish, which is
equivalent to about 30,000
D 0 F pounds of phosphorous,
S F have been removed from the
lake through this method.
As the restoration of Lake
Apopka progresses the Dis-
trict continues to examine
possibilities for public ac-
cess. Clay Island is a perfect
example of the many recre-
ational benefits the area has
to offer. FOLA is working
with staff for an entrance
into Clay Island off of C.R.
455, now a designated
Scenic Byway, which is not
far from the Ferndale Pre-
serve. There is also poten-
tial for wildlife viewing op-
portunities on the Duda
farms where flooded marsh-
es have created habitat for
mass numbers of birds. Im-
proving public access will
A T r ( >N be critical to realize the eco-


Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


Patient grateful to emergency workers


To the Editor:
A couple of months ago, I was being transported from
the nursing home where I reside to Health Central hos-
pital for tests. While being transported, our van was in-
volved in an accident with a pick-up on Colonial Drive.
I was in a wheelchair and was thrown out of the
wheelchair (even with a seat belt) onto the floor. I hit
my head on a seat and landed on my side. Although I
didn't realize what was happening, someone called 911.
The paramedics and fire rescue personnel were there
quickly and were very helpful. I can't begin to say how
concerned they were, how gentle and caring and calm-
ing they were. They talked to me, telling me everything
they were doing, and helped me to relax through a very
scary situation.


Prior to my move to a nursing home, I also had sev-
eral incidents and required transportation to a hospital.
The paramedics from the fire station on [County Road]
535 were usually the ones to respond and always treat-
ed me with kindness.
So often we complain about a bad situation and we
forget to say thanks for the help we receive. I want to
say thank you to all of the paramedics who helped me that
day and to all those who help many of us during difficult
and sometimes traumatic accidents. Their expert train-
ing and conscientious attitude has saved so many lives,
sometimes risking their own to do so.
Janice Green
Colonial Lakes Nursing Home
Winter Garden


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nomic benefits of nature-
based tourism.
FOLA and Orange Audubon continue to work
with staff to look at long-term opportunities for
an environmental education center on site. FOLA
is also working with the district to secure access
across the farms to connect the Lake Apopka
Loop Trail. We encourage the district to improve
existing, significant wildlife viewing opportu-
nities, which will benefit Florida's residents and
tourist alike. These efforts will help tell the sto-
ry of Lake Apopka's restoration, which is be-
coming an example of how citizen support and
good public policy combined with sound scien-
tific principles and an adaptive management ap-
proach is leading to the restoration of a heavily
degraded 50,000-acre ecosystem.
Learn more about the Friends ofLake Apop-
ka at the Oakland Heritage Festival Oct. 29 at
Speer Park from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. Boat tours of
Lake Apopka will be available.


From our archives

Old Times


65 years ago
Work on the new Methodist Church in Winter Gar-
den is in progress. The Rev. Shuler Peele is very much
pleased and said, "It may not be the largest church in
Florida but will be one of the most beautiful in the
state."
The Winter Garden City Council has appointed J.B.
Rodgers Jr. municipal judge. The idea of having a mu-
nicipal judge without police or political connections
will materially aid the police in enforcing the local or-
dinations, according to Mayor Harter. Being on a salary
basis instead of fees will eliminate some of the criti-
cism regarding municipal court.

60 years ago
A.C. Valdes has been released from the U.S. Army
and has returned to Winter Garden.
Dan McKinnon has returned to New York City fol-
lowing a 10-day leave with his mother, Mrs. Dan McK-
innon.
Sgt. Cecil Dees is in Winter Garden on a short fur-
lough % ith his wife and children.
Mr. and Mrs. S.J. Williams of Winter Garden now
have three sons serving in the U.S. Navy: Francis, now
in his third year at the U.S. Naval Academy; TM/3c
Loren is in the Pacific; and Y3/c Samuel. formerly at
the Western Union at Bradenton, is now stationed at
Banana River.

55 years ago
The Lakeview High School senior class with an en-
rollment of 74 students has elected the following offi-
cers: Robert Freeman, president; Ron Clonts, vice pres-
ident; Elizabeth Osborn, secretary; and Alvin Smith,
treasurer.
Thomas R. Sewell of Winter Garden was promoted
to the rank of private first class upon graduation from
Marine "boot camp." He climaxed his recruit training
by winning the marksman medal.


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30 years ago
"Miss Josie" Johnston was entertained on the occa-
sion of her 90th birthday by Professor Jose and Rosita Mar-
tinez at their home in Lakeland. Miss Josie lives with
her daughter, Nell, in Winter Garden.
Two gunmen abducted Mervin Lee from his home and
forced him to open the safe at the Florida Power office
in Winter Garden where he is district manager. They left
his wife, Beverly, bound and gagged. After the robbery,
Lee was tied up and left by his car on Avalon Road with
instructions on where to find the keys after a period of
time a happy ending to a frightening experience.
The Women's Club of Sand Lake Hills held a fashion
show at Windermere Town Hall featuring fashions by
"Those Girls" and narrated by Glenna Bardoe.

25 years ago
George R. Bailey, publisher of The Times was installed
as president of the Florida Press Association at its fall con-
vention held in Lakeland. Presenting Bailey with the of-
ficial gavel was outgoing FPA president Charles T. Brum-
back, president of the Orlando Sentinel Star.
Four 1980 graduates of West Orange High School are
recipients of softball scholarships at Valencia Commu-
nity College: Jane Fulmer, Kathy Bagwell, Benna
Cawthorn and Babs Smith. This is the first time any high
school has produced that many scholarship winners from
one class.

15 years ago
A community meeting was held to plan the establish-
ment of a Daily Bread program for the needy. Ocoee
United Methodist Church has offered its facilities, and
its pastor, the Rev. David Day, has been named chairman
of the committee.
Winnie and Arnold Palmer are hosting an evening at
the Isleworth Country Club to help raise funds for the
Franklin Chase Library in Windermere.


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Business


Local men named as

restaurant site selectors


Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery
and Grill, a fast-food chain that re-
cently opened its first restaurant in
West Orange County, has tabbed
longtime commercial real estate and
hospitality specialists and Winder-
mere residents Jim Densmore and
William Pellatt of Signature Realty
Commercial as its exclusive site se-
lectors for its continued Central
Florida expansion.
Densmore and Pellatt were in-
strumental in the New York-based
chain's initial thrust into Central -
Florida with the Oct. 1 opening of
the first Golden Krust in the Man-
darin Plaza in Ocoee. Golden Krust
owner Zorida Pritipal said the two
local residents will now play an
even greater role in future site de-
cisions.
Golden Krust specializes in
Caribbean cuisine and has more
than 100 franchises in operation
across nine states. The next Central
Florida location being targeted,
Densmore said, is Kissimmee,
which could have an operating
Golden Krust by early next year.
Densmore and Pellatt have or-
chestrated a 10-year lease with two
five-year options for approximate-
ly 1,650 square feet of build-to-suit
space in Kissimmee.
"We have several other locations
.in the area under consideration that
'are perfect for this popular dining
concept," said Pellatt. "Golden
Krust is a broad-appealing concept
that has been well-received wher-
ever it's been introduced."


WILLIAM PELLATT


Townhomes at
Westyn Bay for sale
Transeastern Homes an-
nounced recently that addition-
al units at its Townhomes at
Westyn Bay in Ocoee will be
released for sale in the coming
months. Townhomes at West-
yn Bay is currently more than 50
percent sold out.
Units in the community,
which is located on the south
shore of Lake Apopka, are
priced from the mid- to high-
$200s and offer between 1,400
and 1,600 square feet of living
space.
To help buyers personalize
their new home, Transeastern's
interior designers have devel-
oped several pre-packaged up-
grade options that include co-
ordinated cabinetry, appliances
and carpeting selections.
"The townhomes in Westyn
Bay are as unique as they are
beautiful," said Bob Hilliard,
Transeastern's Orlando division
president. "Buyers really seem
to enjoy this simplified way of
creating a beautifully coordi-
nated, customized interior."
The 172-unit Townhomes at
Westyn Bay community will
have its own pool and cabana,
plus residents receive full ac-
cess to all amenities at Traneast-
ern's adjacent Westyn Bay de-
velopment, such as walking
trails, a new pool and cabana
and tennis, volleyball and bas-
ketball courts. Both Transeast-
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The Rosen Shingle Creek, the
newest property owned and operated
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largest private sector construction pro-
ject in the southeastern U.S. and one
of the top 10 projects in the country.
Harris Rosen, president and CEO of the
company, announced that construc-
tion is on schedule and the resort will
open Sept. 30, 2006, as planned.
The topping off is a ceremony that
represents when the last structural el-
ement has been placed on a building.
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the highest point of the structure to
signify growth and prosperity. Rosen,
however, decided to put a spin on the
tradition.
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have placed a palm tree on top of our
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Volunteer at HCP
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and greeting visitors at the front desk.
The Activities Department needs help
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other activities.
Volunteers can also donate season-
al decorative items to help liven up
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residents. To help, call Susan Young
at 407-296-1628.


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from the Orange County Convention
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Engineered Homes
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Engineered Homes and its
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$25,000 to the American Red
Cross to benefit the victims of
Hurricane Katrina.
The locally owned home-
builder, which is developing
Forest Trails in Ocoee,
pledged $19,000, and its em-
ployees kicked-in another
$6,000.
"We know the money will
be put to good use," said Mar-
ilyn Anderson, Engineered
Homes director of marketing.
"It's our way of being a good
neighbor and showing we
care."


Hold your event
at Tanner Hall
Tanner Hall on Lake Apopka is
available for rental for events on week-
ends and weekdays. For more infor-
mation, call the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department at 407-656-4155.
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compensate for less-than-attractive condi-
tions or credit the buyers at the closing for
needed repairs. This approach is only at-
tractive to buyers who are looking for a
bargain and have the time and skills to fix
up a property. Most buyers can't visualize
a home's potential, have little remodeling
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thought of such a project.
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to buyers and other Realtors. You may
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6A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 20, 2005



Winter Garden


Hope, Legacy schools dedicating

building then hosting festival


Community center getting library
Members of Boy Scout Troop 210, some of their parents and residents in the community pitched in Oct. 8
for the 1s' renovation day at the Maxey Community Center library in Winter Garden. They sorted old library
books, moved furniture and prepared the walls for painting. Helping out were, I-r: front, Alex Kittendorph,
Monique Bollhoefer, DVM, Annie Gooch; 2nd row, Robbie McKenna, Brandon Singh, Michael Hughes (who
won the drawing of a roll of quarters), Russell Schieferstine, Chris Hughes; 3rd row, Margie Gooch, Chris
Ernst, Andrew Gooch, David Ernst; back, John Risper, Lisa McKenna, Brent Love, Mohid Mirza, Alex Del-
gado, Tim Newlon, Randy Newlon and Brian Schieferstine. Afterward, the group headed over to the Win-
ter Garden Pizza Co. for lunch. Leadership West Orange Class of 2005 will hold a book drive called 'Quest
For Knowledge' and will collect 500 new books to be donated to the community center's library. This will
double the books currently in the facility. Renovations are taking place every Saturday this month with the
goal of completing the work by the end of October.


Elks plan 2nd
turkey shoot
The Winter Garden Elks will hold
its annual turkey shoots at the lodge
Nov. 19 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Shots
are $2 each, and several guns will be
available. The public is invited to par-
ticipate.
A concession stand will be open for
food and beverages. The lodge is at
700 S. Ninth St., Winter Garden. Pro-
ceeds from the shoot will benefit the
many Elk charities.

W.G. Library programs
For information on programs of-
fered at the S.C. Battaglia Memorial
Winter Garden Library, call 407-656-
4582. The new library is at 805 E.
Plant Street in Winter Garden.
The library offers more than 25
computer classes per month, ranging
from computer basics to advance
classes, such as Word, Excel and Pow-
erPoint.
Tiny Tales is presented Wednes-
days at 10:15 a.m. to infants from birth
to 18 months.
Toddler Time is Wednesdays at
10:45 a.m. for children 18-36 months.
Storybook Fun for those ages 3-5
is Wednesday at 11:15 a.m.


Health Expo at
New Horizons church
New Horizons Christian Church
and Fit-4-Sports are cosponsoring.a
community Health Expo on Saturday,
Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 616
S. Dillard St., Winter Garden.
The community is being invited to
stop by for free screenings and to ask
health questions of vendors, attend
seminars and win door prizes. The
event is free.
The Bloodmobile will be accepting
donations as well.
Vendor space is available. For more
information, call Joanne at New Hori-
zons Christian Church, 407-654-5050,
or Loretta at 321-438-0838.

Teddy Bear Tea
Pre-schoolers ages 3-5 are invited to
the city of Winter Garden's first Ted-
dy Bear Tea. The social event is Mon-
day, Oct. 24, from 10-11:30 a.m. at
Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Ave.
The event is free of charge for all
pre-schoolers, parents and teddy bears.
Guests will enjoy tea, cakes, face-
painting, crafts, storytime and a spe-
cial surprise guest.
For more information, call the rec of-
fice at 407-656-4155.


History Center plans
women's exhibit
The downtown Winter Garden His-
tory Center is featuring 100 years of
Winter Garden women in an exhibit
ongoing through January.
Anyone who knows a local woman
- living or deceased who they
think should be included is asked to call
the History Center at 407-656-3244.

VFW offers
youth contests
West Orange VFW Post 4305 and
Ladies Auxiliary are inviting students
to enter contests.
The Voice of Democracy is for stu-
dents in ninth through 12th grades.
This year's theme is "How I Demon-
strate My Freedom."
The Patriots Pen is for students in
sixth through eighth grades. This
year's theme is "Who AreToday's
Patriots?"
The entry deadline for these con-
tests is Nov. 1.
The Americanism coloring contest
is for elementary students. The entry
deadline is Dec. 1.
For more information on these con-
tests, call the post at 407-656-3078 or
407-656-5586.


Dunk tanks, face painting, game
booths, food, fun and more will be
available to all who attend Hope
Charter and Legacy High schools'
fall festival Oct. 22 from 11 a.m. to
3 p.m. The festival is a fund-raiser
following the 10 a.m. dedication of the
schools' new building.
The festival is a combination of
games, activities, live entertainment
and food. The game booths are spon-
sored by each classroom. Activities

W.G. Rec plans
50-and-over events
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment has scheduled events and
trips for adults 50 and older. RSVP
by visiting the rec office, 1 Surprise
Drive. For more information, call the
rec at 407-656-4155.
Gina Vigeant is a certified instruc-
tor for chair exercise for active adults.
Men and women are welcome to attend
at the Old Fire Station Recreation Cen-
ter, 127 S. Boyd St. The cost is $25
per month for classes on Tuesdays and
Friday from 11 a.m. to noon. Wear
comfortable clothing and bring a bot-
tled water and brown-bag lunch.
In the Harry P. Leu Gardens Hor-
ticulture Therapy Program, guests
can learn about different plant genus
or topics each Wednesday and take
home a plant. The cost is $1 for trans-
portation to Leu Gardens in Orlando.
Guests will leave at 9:45 a.m. and re-
turn at 1 p.m. Lunch is not included,
so guests should eat a snack before-
hand.
The West Orange Page Turners
Literary Book Club meets the sec-
ond Monday of each month (except
holidays) from 2 p.m. till about 5 p.m.
at the Old Fire Station Rec Center.
The book for October is The Yearling
by Pulitzer Prize winner Marjorie
Rawlings. Light refreshments will be
served.


will include bounce houses, pump-
kin decorating, pony rides and a state-
of-the-art kayak simulator. Guests
from the fire and police departments
will also make an appearance.
Several bands and local artists will
perform, and there will be karaoke
for the children. For lunch and
snacks, there's barbecue, hotdogs,
Sno-cones, popcorn and boiled
peanuts. Private venders will also dis-
play their wares and services.

AARP to meet
AARP Chapter 3697 will meet
Monday, Nov. 1, at 1 p.m. at the Hyde
Park Clubhouse on West Colonial
Drive in Winter Garden. Annual dues
are $2. The guest speaker will be a
Walgreen's pharmacist.
Reservations for the Christmas lun-
cheon at Steak 'N' Ale will be taken
at this meeting. Candidates for the
new board of directors will be cho-
sen. Canned and boxed foods will be
collected for the Christian Service
Center, and books for underprivileged
children will be accepted for The West
Orange Times' Reading Reindeer lit-
eracy drive.
For more information, call Mary
Black at 407-656-8315 or Esther
Braswell at 407-905-9802.

Volunteer at HCP
on Saturday
Health Central Park needs vol-
unteers on Saturdays answering
phones and greeting visitors at the
front desk. The Activities Depart-
ment needs help with arts and
crafts, entertainment and other ac-
tivities.
Volunteers can also help at home
by donating their time creating or
donating seasonal decorative items
to help liven up the wings and
brighten the days of the residents.
To help, call Susan Young at 407-
296-1628.


All proceeds will go directly to
benefit the children in their class-
rooms by fulfilling the teachers' wish
lists. All activities require tickets that
can be purchased on the day of the
event, and the festival is open to the
public.
The children are excited about their
first community event on their new
campus. For more information on the
event, contact Lori Swope in the
school office at 407-656-4673.

News of the
American Legion
The Hugh T. Gregory American Le-
gion Post 63 has planned a number of
events and programs for the coming
months. For more details, contact the
post chairman at 407-656-3838 or fle-
mi43@peoplepc.com.
High school students can partici-
pate in the National High School Or-
atorical Contest.
Florida Boys or Girls State pro-
grams are for 1 1th-graders with an un-
weighted 3.5 or higher GPA.
The Sons of the American Legion
will open a haunted house for chil-
dren age 6 and older Oct. 28-31 from
7-11 p.m. at the post home.
The post will open its restrooms to
the public, sell hamburgers, hotdogs
and cold drinks and accept sponsor-
ships for all American Legion pro-
grams during the Historic Downtown
Merchants Guild Festival in Novem-
ber.

Road 1 bike
safety program
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is offering a bike safety
course taught by a Florida Bicycle As-
sociation League-certified instructor.
It was set to begin this Wednesday,
Oct. 19, and is open to ages 14 to
adult. The cost is $35 for city resi-
dents and includes a certificate after
course completion. For more infor-
mation, call the rec at 407-656-4155.


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Thursday, October 20, 2005 The West Orange Times 7A


Carreker home

from African

mission
Brad Carreker is on a year's fur-
lough from his work as a teacher at
Rift Valley Academy in Kijabe,
Kenya. He recently spoke to the con-
gregation of the First Baptist Church
of Winter Garden about his mis-
sionary service in Africa.
Rift Valley Academy is affiliated
With the Africa Inland Mission based
in New York. Carreker has taught
children of missionaries in Africa
for the past four years. He will re-
turn to Africa next July for another
four years of teaching service.
While in the United States, he is
working as a 10th-grade biology
teacher at Ocoee High School.
Carreker grew up in Winter Gar-
den and graduated from West Or-
ange High School in 1991. He grad-
uated from Western Carolina Uni-
versity in 1995 with a bachelor's de-
gree and from Columbia Interna-
tional University in 2000 with a mas-
ter's degree in secondary education.


Winter Garden Heritage Museum


The Howard girls sisters June Howard Mizell (above, front left) and
Joan Howard Teal Griffin and their daughters, Julie Teal, Belinda Mizell
and Janet Teal (from left), reminisce about growing up at the old Howard
Dairy on West Colonial Drive. It was located west of Stage Stop Camp-
ground. Belinda is related to the 19th century Florida Cracker Cowboy
Bone Mizell, immortalized in the painting of renown American artist
Frederick Remington (below).


BRAD CARREKER


W.G. Utilities
landscaping
seminar is Oct. 23
Winter will be here before you know
it. To get prepared, residents can at-
tend a free landscaping seminar spon-
sored by the Winter Garden Utilities
Department. Participants will learn
techniques on how to prepare and pro-
tect their landscaping and discover
low-maintenance landscaping tips to
help their yard look its best year-round.
The program is being presented by
Florida Yards & Neighborhoods at
Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Ave., Win-
ter Garden, on Sunday, Oct. 23, from
1-4 p.m. For more information or to
reserve a seat, call 407-654-2732.

Allums graduates
from Army course
SArmy Pvt. Richard D. Allums has
graduated from the Quartermaster and
Chemical Equipment Repairer Ad-
vanced Individual Training course at
SAberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen,
Md.
The course is designed to train sol-
diers to perform direct and general sup-
, port maintenance on chemical equip-
ment, quartermaster machinery, air
heaters and special purpose equipment..
' Students are trained to maintain and
I repair electrical and mechanical systems
on fuel heaters, pumps, filters, gener-
Sators, water purification and decon-
tamination systems, and laundry wash-
ers and dryers.
Allums is the son of Melissa A. Al-
lums of Hyde Park in Winter Garden.

Citrus label show
in W.G. Nov. 19-20
Citrus label collectors and dealers from
Small over the state will converge in Win-
ter Garden Nov. 19-20 during the Win-
Ster Garden Art Festival. The Winter Gar-
Sden Heritage Foundation is sponsoring
the citrus label show and sale in con-
junction withthe two-day festival along
Plant Street.
The sale hours are 10 a.m. to 6 pm. Sat-
urday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. For
details about being a vendor at this show,
call the foundation at 407-656-3244.


Birth Place plans breast cancer program


Jennie Joseph, a licensed midwife at
The Birth Place and women's health
advocate, will conduct a program on
natural approaches to breast cancer
prevention. The free seminar will be
presented Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Participants in the Breast Cancer
Prevention Seminar can expect to
learn about the latest innovations in
natural approaches to breast health,


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and the technology of thermography
for breast screening. There will be in-
formation on local resources and help-
ing agencies, as well as fact sheets and
borchures.
The Birth Place is at 1150 E. Plant
St., Suite F, in Winter Garden. For
more information or to reserve a seat,
call 407-574-2930.


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Rotary welcomes new member
Winter Garden Rotarians welcomed new member John Hutchinson of
the Urology Diagnostic Centers Inc. to their most recent meeting.
Hutchinson is the clinical director of a mobile ultrasound unit that main-
ly performs prostate, kidney and bladder ultrasounds. The unit travels
to 30 doctors' offices and hospitals in the Central Florida area. Pic-
tured (1-r) are Winter Garden Rotary President Rodney Jolley, Hutchin-
son and Rotarian Bill Richardson, who sponsored Hutchinson. For
more information on the Rotary club, go to http://wintergardenrotary.org/.
Hutchinson told Rotarians that prostate cancer is the No. 2 killer of
men and that with early detection it can be cured with radiation and
medication.


Oakland Heritage Festival is Oct. 29


Oakland is expecting a really large
crowd at its eighth annual Heritage
Festival on Oct. 29. The all-day cel-
ebration taking place from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. includes historic
tours, live entertainment, vendor
booths, contests, children's activities,
a silent auction, food and snacks and
a tree planting to celebrate the
town's designation as a Tree City
USA.
The event was set up years ago to
give neighbors a chance to meet one
another "among the oaks" of Speer
Park for music and conversation.
The festival is traditionally held in
the park named for the first settler,
James Gamble Speer, who arrived in
the area in the 1850s as a member of
the Indian Removal Commission.
Though incorporated in 1887,
Oakland was established nearly four
decades before with six Indian vil-
lages and four Indian trading posts.


Vendors can
sign up for
Oakland festival
Vendor applications are still being
accepted for the 8th annual Oakland
Heritage Festival. It is set for Saturday,
Oct. 29, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Speer
Park and is a family-oriented event
with live entertainment and activities.
Applications can be downloaded
from the Oakland Nature Preserve
Web site: oaklandnaturepreserve.org.
For more information, call 407-905-
0054.


First United Methodist
Learning Center plans
huge children's sale
First United Methodist Learning
Center will hold a Huge Children's
Sale on Nov. 4 and 5 from 8 a.m. to
noon. The sale items include chil-
dren's toys, clothes and furniture. Pro-
ceeds from the sale will benefit the
preschool.
The church is located at 125 N.
Lakeview Ave., Winter Garden. For
more information, call Patty Tate at
407-656-9228.

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When Speer lived here, Oakland
was a loosely designated area be-
tween Lake Apopka and John's
Lake and two or three miles east and
west.
The town will display artifacts at
the Historic Town Hall (once the
Oakland Bank) during the festival.
To complement the historic mem-
orabilia, former Mayor Jon Van-
derLey and his wife, Kay, will leads
guests on a guided history tour of
the town. The trip through Oak-
land's past will conclude at Historic
Town Hall, which recently under-
went major renovations.
Festival attendees can also take a
ride in Bob Montgomery's Model
A Ford or go on an hour-long guid-
ed boat tour of Lake Apopka. Boat
tours will leave every 30 minutes,
and tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for
children 12 and under.
The annual chili cook-off and


dessert bake-off will continue this
year. Entry forms are available at
Oakland Town Hall and on the Web
site: oaktownusa.com.
There will be live music by South-
Side, the Goldenaires and Dominic
Gaudious. The Oakland Avenue
Charter School PTO is sponsoring a
costume parade, and there will be
children's activities.
A silent auction will offer items
such as stays at area resorts, gift bas-
kets, golf passes and gift certificates
to area businesses, and raffle tickets
will be sold for $1 each or six for
$5 for a chance to win a pair of bi-
cycles valued at $600.
Proceeds from the boat tours,
silent auction and raffle will bene-
fit ONP.
Information about the Heritage
Festival is available through Town
Hall and the Oakland Nature Pre-
serve.


Top racers
The Boy Scouts of America's Rolling Hills District held its annual
Pinewood Derby on Oct. 8. The race featured dozens of cars made
from blocks of pine and handcrafted by Cub Scouts from throughout the
region. The overall winners were, I-r, 1st place, Matthew Bardin; 2nd
place, Nicholas Cox; and 3rd place, Kyle Fourner.


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fax Email
Address
City State Zip
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Youth or children's Group Commercial or Business Entry
Antique or Specialty Vehicle Band, Vocal or Performance

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Ocoee


12th Annual Ocoee Founders' Day draws crowds to 3-day festival


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Photos by Mary Anne Swickerath
Allison Lemaster, almost 4, of Ocoee enjoyed the merry-go-round at the 12th Annual Ocoee
Founders' Day, which drew big crowds to the 3 days of activities Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day. With her was her grandfather, Don Lemaster.


Stephanie Denmark, 7, of Ocoee had on her
Founders' Day T-shirt and had her fishing pole
in hand before trying her luck in the Fab Five
Family Fishing Tournament.


Ocoee friends Taylor Garrett (left), 6, and Taylor Berry, 5, enjoyed the
many children's activities at this year's Ocoee Founders' Day.


Vicki Raduenz of the Woman's Club of Ocoee helped host the Founders' Day student art show
at the clubhouse.


The Ocoee High Band made its 1st in-town appearance in the Ocoee Founders' Day Parade.


The Central Florida Fair entered the biggest float in the Ocoee Founders' Day Parade Saturday that traveled down Blu-
ford Avenue.


Sherry Wise (left) and Karen Dodge of the Crawford Tire Relay for Life
Team sold cancer-related jewelry for the West Orange Relay for Life
and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


Melissa Singh, volunteer services coordinator at Health Central, gave
out balloons at the hospital's food booth at Founders' Day.


Lisa Dutton of Shieldwolf Scenic demonstrated Santa-painting at the
Ocoee Founders' Day Arts and Crafts Fair sponsored by the Ocoee
Historical Commission on the grounds of the Withers-Maguire House.


The Ocoee Chapter of the Red Hat Society added lots of color to the
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Thursday, October 20, 2005 The West Orange Times 11A


Line dancing in Ocoee
Line dance classes are held each
Wednesday and Friday morning
from 9-10:30. Evening classes are
held every Thursday except on the
second Thursday. Classes on Thurs-
day are as follows: beginners from
6-7:30 p.m. and intermediate to ad-
yanced classes from 7:30-9 p.m. Do-
'nations are accepted.
, This is a fun way to exercise and
work out at the same time. Please
wear leather sole shoes or something
comfortable.
These lessons are held in the
Ocoee Community Center behind the
old fire station and the Withers-
Maguire House. For more informa-
tion, call Glenda Marshall at 407-
. 294-9048.

Alzhiemer support
group at Summerville
Summerville at Ocoee, an assist--
ed-living and memory-care resi-
dence, will conduct a monthly fam-
ily support group on the last Thurs-
day of every month.
The group's goal is to provide
help to those who are faced with the
struggles and demands of caring for
a person with Alzheimer's disease
or other memory-care issues. The
. support group is sponsored by the
, Alzheimer Resource Center.
2 Summerville at Ocoee is located
at 80 N. Clarke Road in Ocoee. For
more information or to RSVP for
the next meeting, call 407-843-
1910.
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Lions Club turkey
shoots underway
The Ocoee Lions Club is hosting
'its annual turkey shoots this fall.
1The remaining dates are Oct. 22,
Oct. 29 and Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. to
approximately 4 p.m. in the field
just south of the West Orange Girls
Club complex on Ocoee-Apopka
Road.
The cost is $2 per shot, and a
turkey will be presented to the win-
ner of each round.
The Lions will have hamburgers
and hot dogs for sale, and all funds
raised will be used for the club's
r community projects, such as food
baskets and support of the visual-
and hearing-impaired.

Fall cleanup
In Ocoee
, The annual fall cleanup for Ocoee
residents will be held on two Satur-
days: Nov. 12 and 19 (Nov. 12 for
Those with MNonday/Thursda\ garbage
collection days and No\. 19 for those
S\ith Tuesda./Friday garbage collec-
rion da\ s).
Items, such as furniture, appliances.
carpeting and grills, are to be put curb-
side b\ 7 a.m. on the day of collec-
Ston. No car part. no tires. no haz-
Sardous \\aste and no yard waste are
allow. For more information. call 407-
905-3170.
;Painting classes
at Vignetti Center
S' There are openings available in
the painting classes sponsored by the
Ocoee Parks and Recreation De-
. apartment at the Jim Beech Recre-
ation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road,
-each Wednesday from 9 a.m. until
Soon.
For more information, call 407-
905-3183.

Teen dances for Ocoee
-students
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department sponsors teen dances for
Ocoee students ages 10-14 on the first
and third Friday of every month from
8-11 p.m. at the Jim Beech Recreation
Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road. The
Cost is $5.
For more information, call Lori
Horn at 407-905-3182.

:.Summerville seeks
Volunteers
Summerville at Ocoee, an assist-
'.ed-living and memory-care resi-
tdence, is seeking volunteers to as-
-,ist with events, outings, bingo,
Crafts, games and other activities, as
Swell as provide musical entertain-
"'ment.
S nFor more information, call Betty
Phillips and Kwanza Bryant at 407-
299-2710.


MVP Neighborhood Matching Grants
application cycle opens in Ocoee


The city of Ocoee's Most Valuable
Partnerships (MVP) Neighborhood
Matching Grants Program will open
its 2005-06 cycle this November. Ap-
plications will be available online at
the city's Web site,

Pinochole card group
needs players
The pinochole card players, who
meet at the Ocoee Community Center
each Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30
a.m. to noon, are inviting more people
to join their group.
The Community Center is located in
the Ocoee Municipal Complex on
Bluford Avenue. For more information,
call the Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department at 407-905-3183.


New Civitan members
At the West Orange Civitan's annual installation banquet and membership meeting, 5 new members signed
up. Bonnie Stanley (from left), Bonnie Segal, Darlene Rhodus, Reba White and Pat Ferguson accepted the
invitation to join on the spot after hearing about many of the rewarding activities and projects Civitan is in-
volved in. Harry Herzig (in front), son of member Kerry Herzig, received a special award from exiting Pres-
ident Sheila Adams for being such a great addition to the club and for speaking at a meeting about soccer.
West Orange Civitan has a full calendar of fall/winter activities planned in addition to preparing for its An-
nual Tea Party Extravaganza on Feb. 4.


Youth basketball registration begins
Registration is underway at the Jim Beech Recreation Center for the
Ocoee Parks and Recreation Department's youth basketball league
starting in January 2006. Signups will continue through Oct. 31. The
league is for players 17 and under and is divided into four age divi-
sions.
In each division, there will be six teams with a maximum of 10 play-
ers per team competing in a 10-game season. There will also be a post-
season championship tournament.
The cost is $60 for the season and includes shirts, basketballs and an
awards ceremony. Also needed are two volunteer coaches per team.
Please pay by check or money order.
For more information, call 905-3100, Ext. 5002.


Tiny Tots registration
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department has begun registration for
its Tiny Tots progranm,at the Jim Beech
Recreation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims
Road.
The program for children ages 3-5
is held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday from 9:30 to 11:45 a.m. at
the Beech Center and features learn-
ing activities, seasonal crafts, games
and snacks. The cost is $20 a week.
Classes will begin Monday, Nov.
7. For more information, call Drixie
or Lease at 407-905-3100, Ext. 9-
5003.


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Bereavement support
at St. Pauls in Ocoee
VITAS Innovative Hospice Care
offers bereavement support groups to
anyone who has experienced the loss
of a loved one. These groups offer un-
derstanding, useful information and
sharing with others who are grieving.
An ongoing general grief support
group will be held Mondays from
6:30-8 p.m. at St. Pauls Presbyterian
Church, 9600 W. Colonial Drive in
Ocoee. This group is led by staff from
VITAS Innovative Ho:pice Care
To register or for more information,
call Maureen at 407-691-9549.


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American Legion
meets at Vignetti
Recreation Center
The Ocoee American Legion Post
109 is now located at the Vignetti
Recreation Center at 1906 Adair St.
in Ocoee while the post is undergo-
ing construction. The Vignetti Rec
Center will continue as the meeting
place until the end of the year. The
meetings are held on the second Fri-
day of each month at 7 p.m.
Anyone who has a son, daughter,
mother, father, brother or sister, hus-
band or wife serving in the military
qualifies for a Blue Star Banner. Those
whose zip code is 34761 can call Post
109 to receive a banner. For more in-
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at 407-877-6057.

Autistic and Related Dis-
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A free Autistic and Related Dis-
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and disabilities from 6-7 p.m. each
Tuesday night at Jim Beech Recre-
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12A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 20, 2005



Windermere


It's a girl!
Philip and Amy Beaulieu of Orlan-
do are the parents of a baby girl, Alex-
is Dale Beaulieu, born Aug. 3 at
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
and Women in Orlando. The baby
weighed 7 pounds 8 ounces and mea-
sured 20.5 inches in length at birth.
Grandparents are Doug and Britta
Hooker of Windermere and Pete and
Ronda Beaulieu of the Conway area in
Orlando.


Alden Harak, a student at Windermere Union Preschool, hugs a stuffed
animal while resting among the pumpkins that will be on sale from Oct.
20-30 at the church.

Fun Day, pumpkin sale at Windermere Union


Windermere Union Church, United
Church of Christ, 436 Oakdale St., will
have a rummage sale Saturday, Oct. 22,
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with lots of bar-
gains. All proceeds will go to church
projects.
SThe same day, the church's preschool
will have a Fun Day from noon to 4
p.m. There will be a bounce house for


the kids and hayrides for all. The day's
events also include a bake sale.
In addition, pumpkins will be sold
from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct.
20, through Sunday, Oct. 30. The pro-
ceeds will be used for a new preschool
facility.
For more information, call 407-876-
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The Central Florida Women's League will hold its 5th annual Upscale Rummage Sale this Saturday at
Camp Down. Members (I-r) Ann Lemis, Sandra Reckell, CFWL President Howell Anne Edwards, Sue Good-
win, Carolyn Franklin and Lynn Ferguson are pictured in front of a truck filled with items for the sale. Do-
nations of items for the sale will be accepted this Thursday, Oct. 20, at Camp Down.

Upscale Rummage Sale set for Camp Down this Sat.


The Central Florida Women's
League is planning its 5th annual Up-
scale Rummage Sale, and this year
the event is moving to a new location.
Organizers say that the change of
venue is due to the increased popu-
larity of the sale among area shoppers,
along with more donated items. Pre-

Library hosts 'Meet the
Author' panel of teen
fiction writers
The community is invited to listen
J to a panel discussion by published
writers of teen fiction this Saturday,
Oct. 22, at the Windermere Library
beginning at 2 p.m.
Edward Bloor, the author of Tan-
gerine; Alison Jackson, who wrote
Crane's Rebound; and Olympia High
School student Jordan Wagner, au-
thor of Nightmare Awakened; will de-
scribe their writing and publishing ex-
periences.
For more information, call the
branch at 407-876-7540.

Join the Movie Lover's
SClub at library
The Windermere Library will host
its new gathering of the Movie Lover's
Club this Thursday, Oct. 20, at 6:30
p.m.
The event will feature "spooktacu-
lar" horror movies. There will be no
tricks, but patrons are advised to be
prepared for a special treat. In addi-
tion, the fantasy and horror artwork
4 of award-winning local artist, Mike
Conrad, will be on display that
evening.
For more information, call the
branch at 407-876-7540.
Open gym for adult
co-ed volleyball
First Baptist Church Windermere
is sponsoring an open gym for ad-
vanced co-ed volleyball from Oct.
13 through Nov. 10 on Thursdays,
from 7-9 p.m. There will be two
courts available, and no fees are re-
quired.
The church is located at 300 Main
St. in Windermere. For more infor-
mation, call Tom Burnett at 321-436-
7615.


viously, the sale has been held at Win-
dermere Town Hall. This year the sale
will take place at Camp Down on
Main Street in Windermere on Satur-
day, Oct. 22, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The sale will include like-new art-
work; clothing for men, women and
children; shoes; small electronics;

Little League plans
Halloween fund-raiser
Windermere Little League will host
its annual Halloween fund-raiser on
Friday, Oct. 28, from 7-11 p.m. A lo-
cation for the adults-only party will be
announced later. Organizers are cur-
rently looking for silent and live auc-
tion items, including restaurant cer-
tificates, attraction tickets, autographed
items, jewelry, artwork, rounds of golf,
photography sessions. For details, call
Anne Richie at 407-299-6284 or e-
mail her at akrichie@aol.com.


housewares; and more.
In addition to the sale items, soft
drinks, burgers and hot dogs will be
available.
Donations of new or used items in
good condition can be dropped off for
the sale at Camp Down on Thursday,
Oct. 20.


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1st Baptist donates to Dollars for Nurses
First Baptist Church Windermere hosted a dinner and silent auction on Aug. 25 to support Health Central
Foundation's School Nurse Program, which financially supports more than 30 local school nurses. On Oct.
1, the church in partnership with Health Central Foundation presented a check for approximately $17,000
to representatives of 5 local elementary schools to support the nurses at each facility. The funds will pro-
vide a portion of the salary for school nurses at Dillard Street, Lake Whiney, Oak Hill, Windermere and
Sadler elementary schools.


Baptist churches host
'Trunk or Treat' event
Windermere Baptist Church, Lake
Buena Vista Baptist Church and Win-
dermere Community Church are invit-
ing the community to the annual
Trunk or Treat event on Monday, Oct.
31, at Windermere Community
Church.
There will be unlimited games and
activities for games from 5-9 p.m.,
and the cost is $5 per child. Food and
drinks will be available for purchase.
Children will be able to Trunk or Treat
from family friendly decorated car
trunks from 6-8 p.m. at no charge and
to sign up for door prizes that will be
given away throughout the party. Pro-
ceeds from the event will benefit a
hurricane relief program called Kat-
rina's Kids.
For more information, call the
church office at 407-876-2234. Win-
dermere Community Church is locat-
ed at 8464 Winter Garden-Vineland
Road.

Huge garage sale for
OHS Choral Dept.
The Olympia High School Choral
Department will hold a giant garage
sale Saturday, Nov. 19, beginning at
7:30 a.m. at the school. The commu-
nity is invited to attend. For more in-
formation, call the school office at
407-905-6400.

Support group for
those chronically ill
Area residents are invited to a free
support group for people with chron-
ic illnesses, including liver diseases
and hepatitis C, at St. Luke's United
Methodist Church. The group meets the
fourth Monday of each month from
7-9 p.m. For more information, call
the church office at 407-876-4991 or
Katie at 407-351-5582. The church is
located at 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando.


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bers can attend meetings at 8:30 a.m.
on Saturday for weigh-ins and then
stay for discussion sessions that last
approximately 30-45 minutes. Every
week there is a new topic on nutrition,
activity, healthy habits and successes
to celebrate. Individuals do not have
to join to attend. For more informa-
tion, call 1-800-651-6000 or go to
weight.watchers.com.


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'An Evening of Dance'
Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
in Windermere will present "An
Evening of Dance" Saturday, Oct. 22,
at 7 p.m. at the Lake Eola Amphithe-
ater in downtown Orlando. The per-
formance is free of charge and will
feature dancers, choreographers, stu-
dents from other dance schools and
guest artists from Orlando and sur-
rounding communities. The community
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Dr. Phillips


Southwest Library
sponsors Healthy
Connections classes
The Orange County Library Sys-
tem is sponsoring an 18-month pro-
ject called Healthy Connections. It
is funded by the National Library of
Medicine under a contract with the
University of Maryland, Baltimore.
The program is a series of com-
puter classes demonstrating how to
find information on a variety of
health topics by searching health
databases and local resources on the
Internet. Participants should be com-
fortable with computer basics.
Registration is required; partici-
pants should call the appropriate li-
brary. All of these programs are free
for OCLS, cardholders. The fee for
others is $10.
The Southwest Library will host a
program called Menopause on Mon-
day, Oct. 31, from 7-8:30 p.m.
For more information or to regis-
ter, call the branch at 407-835-7323.

Southwest Book Club
meets on 3rd Wed.
The Southwest Book Club meets
on the third Tuesday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Southwest Library in
the meeting room, and community
residents are invited to join the group
at any meeting.
,. The group will discuss Breaking
Ground by Daniel Libeskind on Nov.
15 and To Kill a Mockingbird on Dec.
20.
For more information on upcoming
meetings, call Sandy Mayer, librarian
at the Southwest Library, at 407-835-
7323 or e-mail
mayer.sandy@ocls.info.


Single group meets in
Lake Buena Vista area
Single adults are invited to meet
other singles for dinner from 6-8
p.m. on the first and third Wednes-
day of the month at Shoney's restau-
rant, 12204 Apopka-Vineland Road,
Orlando.
For more information, call Bar-
bara at 407-931-2373 or Scott at
321-278-6032.

Local quilt club invites
new members
Area residents are invited to join
Land of Cotton Quilters for weekly
meetings on the first and third Tues-
day of each month from 19 a.m. to 2
p.m. Participants are asked to bring
whatever quilting projects they are
working on; irons, cutting boards and
machine space will be provided. The
club is for new and experienced quil-
ters.
For meeting location and more in-
formation, e-mail Kim Lippy at
_KimLippy@aol.com_ or go to
www.geodities.com/landofcot-
ton2002/.

Fall Festival at Church
of the Lakes Oct. 22
The Presbyterian Church of the
Lakes is planning its annual Fall Fes-
tival for Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. This event will fea-
ture something for everyone in the
family and items for sale for every
age group.
Sale items include homemade
jams, jellies, pickles and baked
goods and crafts. In addition, there
will be a white elephant book, a car
wash and a sale of used toys and
children's clothes organized by Lit-
tle Fishes Preschool. Food conces-
sions include hot dogs, hamburgers,
soft drinks, South African pancakes
and chili. There will be special ac-
tivities for children. For more in-
formation, call Doris Tindall at 407-
293-1283.
The church is located at the inter-
section of Lincoln Avenue and Con-
roy-Windermere Road, just east of
Chain of Lakes Middle School.

Evening worship for
young adults, college
students and singles
College students, singles and
young adults are invited to come to
a late night worship experience that
will include the study, "The Minor
Prophecies of the Blue Monkey."
Acclaimed artist, Angelo Ballestero,
will lead the worship on Wednes-
days at 10 p.m.
The service will take place at
Lake Buena Vista Baptist Church,
which is located on State Road 535
next to the Grand Cypress golf
course.
For more information, call 407-


876-2234 or visit the Web site at
fttp://www.thevista.org/.


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Vista Toastmasters
meets weekly at
Southwest Library
Vista Toastmasters Club 7250
is meeting weekly at the South-
west Library, 7255 Della Drive,
off Dr. Phillips Boulevard. Meet-
ings take place each Thursday
from 6:45-8 p.m. Guests and per-

spective members are welcome at
any time, and everyone is encour-
aged to arrive early at 6:30 p.m.
to network and socialize.
New members are welcome, and
there is no charge. For more in-
formation, go to
http://www.tut.com/vista.htm.
The purpose of the club is to
help members become better
speakers and leaders while enjoy-
ing the process. Toastmasters In-
ternational is the world's largest
educational organization devoted
to communication and leadership
development.
For more information on the or-
ganization or specific meeting lo-
cations, call Joan at 407-654-3396.


Republicans to
meet
The Southwest Orange
County Republicans meet
the fourth Monday of the
month at 7:30 p.m. at J.J.
Whispers, 4732 Kirkman
Road, Orlando. For more in-
formation, call 407-903-
5031 or send an e-mail tojb-
gop@cfl.rr.com.
The group registers voters
and encourages voters to
help elect candidates.


CFWL greets new
members at luncheon
The Central Florida Women's
League held the 2nd luncheon
of its fiscal year at Fleming's
restaurant in Winter Park.
Through several events each
year, the league raises funds
to support scholarships and
local charitable groups. Above,
the CFWL welcomed new
members at the luncheon. New
members and their sponsors
(1-r) are President Howell Anne
Edwards, Cindy Rosenbloom,
Lisa Goodmaster, Karen
Smith, Lolly Brady, Mala
Khanna, Janet Thompson and
Jennifer Young. At left, the
luncheon speaker, Dr.
Lackman (at right in photo), a
professor of music theory and
composition at Rollins College,
is pictured with member Gayle
Wirtz. Lackman also serves as
interim director of the Festival
of Orchestras.


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The Kickoff Rally for the Relay for
Life at Dr. Phillips High School last
month was a great success. More
than half of the team sites are al-
ready reserved for the Relay to be
held in the DPHS stadium April 7-
8, 2006.
Volunteers are still needed to head
up a number of committees.
A meeting for new teams is sched-
uled for Nov. 15. Teams can regis-
ter online at the American Cancer
Society Web site. For more infor-
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leadbek@ocps.kl2.fl.us or Mr.
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3215. The Relay is a two-day
overnight event held at DPHS to
raise funds for the American Cancer
Society.


St. Luke's UMW
prepares for annual
Holiday Bazaar
St. Luke's United Methodist Wom-
en is working hard on preparations for
its annual Holiday Bazaar that is
scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 12. The
sale will take place at the church, lo-
cated at 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando.
For more information, call the
church office at 407-876-4991.


Southwest Library
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Storybook Fun for Your Lit-
tle One is offered weekly at 12
Orange County Library System
locations, including the South-
west Library Thursdays at 11:15
a.m.
These free programs are
recommended for children ages
3-5 and younger, lasting about
20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and ani-
mal tales, flannel and big book
stories, rhymes, songs and po-
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Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for
You and Baby is presented
Thursday at 10:15 a.m. This
program is especially for infants
from birth to 18 months and lasts
approximately 15 minutes.
Groups, families and child-
care providers are welcome to
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Social


Somerset-Cornelius wedding held


Vincent and Edna Johnson were married in 1935.


Amy Lynn Cornelius and William
Brian Somerset were joined in mar-
riage July 2 at First Baptist Church of
Orlando with the Rev. Steve McFarland
officiating. The bride is the daughter of
Mick and Donna Cornelius of Sioux
Falls, S.D. The bridegroom is the son
of Larry and Cheryl Somerset of Win-
ter Garden.
Given in marriage by her father, the
bride wore a white Oleg Cassini gown
with intricate bead work and sequins
on the bodice and full-beaded straps.
The dress had a scalloped bottom and
was accented with lace, beads and se-
quins and had a detachable train that
matched the dress in, all details. She
wore a simple veil and carried a bou-
quet with Casablanca white lilies and
pink Anna roses and accented with
caspia and wax flowers.
Dr. Angela Law of Omaha, Neb.,
attended her sister as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Briana Somerset,
sister of the groom, and Kirsten Hill,
both of Winter Garden; and Jessie An-
dersen of Orlando. They all wore Geor-
gett crepe sleeveless empire-waist
gowns in Victorian lilac. Their bou-
quets were of Casablanca lilies ac-
cented with caspia and wax flowers.
Honorary flower girl was Zoe Law,


niece of the bride, and flower girl was
Ashley Kinsey. Hayden Hale of St.
Cloud, cousin of the groom, was ring
bearer.
Benjamin Hill of Winter Garden
served as best man. Groomsmen were
Christopher Somerset of Winter Gar-
den, brother of the groom; Mark Law
of Omaha, brother-in-law of the bride;
and Rick Kinsey of Lake Mary.
Soloist was Briana Somerset, sister
of the groom.
A reception was held in the banquet
hall at the Winter Park Farmers' Mar-
ket. David and Virginia Hale of Win-
ter Garden and Jennifer Kuester of Or-
lando assisted with the hospitalities.
Out-of-town guests included Edgar
and Gladys Weiss of Badger, S.D.,
maternal grandparents of the bride;
and Myrtle Cornelius of Clark, S.D., pa-
ternal grandmother of the bride.
Brian is the grandson of Ann Hale
of Winter Garden and the late Joseph
Hale. Bill Irvine of Winter Garden
served as Brian's honorary grandfa-
ther. Following a wedding trip to
Gatlinburg, Tenn., the couple now
lives in Orlando.
On Sept. 9, Amy and Brian were
honored with a reception in Sioux Falls
at the Cherry Creek Banquet Room.


Annual Butler Chain
Conservation meeting
set for this Thursday
The community is invited to at-
tend the annual meeting of the But-
ler Chain Conservation Association
this Thursday, Oct. 20, at Winder-
mere Elementary School. The event
will get underway with a social time
and refreshments at 6:30 p.m. The
meeting will begin at 7 and features
Teresa Watkins of Florida Yards and
Neighborhoods as the guest speak-
er. There will be door prize give-
aways.
For more information, call Lucy
Cogswell at 407-876-3340.

Habitat seeks
volunteers and
committee members
West Orange Habitat For Human-
ity is looking for people to serve on
its various committees: Publicity,
Fund-raising, Nurturing, Building
and Site Selection. Call 407-656-
4452 for details.
The group also needs volunteers
to help on the work site, locate fam-
ilies and buildable sites, phone oth-
er volunteers or photograph the
progress.
To help, call the Habitat volunteer
hotline at 407-262-3277.

Items needed for
Service Center
The West Orange Christian Service
Center is in need of volunteers, cloth-
ing and food for its Family Emergen-
cy Services program. Items needed
are small household items; protein
food such as peanut butter, canned
meats, macaroni and cheese, canned
vegetables, soup, rice and powdered
milk; and infant items such as formu-
la, diapers and baby food.
Take donated items to the Christian
Service Center, 300 W. Franklin St.,
Ocoee.


Halloween Parade and
Storytime set for Sat.
The Windermere Parks and Recre-
ation Committee is sponsoring a Hal-
loween Costume Parade. All partici-
pants are invited to meet at the bas-
ketball courts in town square at 9:45
a.m. to begin the parade at 10 a.m.
Trick or treat goodies will be dis-
tributed to parade costumed children.
In addition, there will be a short Hal-
loween program.
To volunteer to help, call the town
office at 407-876-2563.

Getting married?
The West Orange Times will run
your engagement and wedding an-
nouncement on the social page. Forms
are available at the newspaper office,
720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden.
Deadline is the Friday prior to the
Thursday issue.
For more information, call 407-656-
2121.


16 years have come and gone
SO fast! And you're still as
special today as you were the
first day we saw you.

Happy Sweet 16
Nicole
Love,
Mom, Dad & Austin


The Johnsons are celebrating 70 years of marriage.


70 years
Vincent and Edna Johnson of Or-
lando celebrated their 70th wedding
anniversary Saturday with family
Their children planned an evening of
dinner and dancing at the Bahia
Shrine with approximately 150 fam-
ily and friends and music by the Fri-
day's Knights band.
Prior to the celebration, their
daughter and son-in-law, Rita and
John Corbell of Louisville, Ky., along
with the Corbells' daughter and
son-in-law, Rhonda and Tom Corri-
gan, celebrated the Corbells' 50th
wedding anniversary with a trip to
Cancun. They returned to Orlando to
celebrate with Rita's parents.
Also attending were the Johnsons'
son and daughter-in-law, Charles and
Peggy Johnson of Windermere, and
another daughter, Nancy Horton of
Winter Garden.


together
Grandchildren in attendance were
Ken and Kathy Horton of Carmel,
Ind., Chris and Janet Horton and
Anissa and Stan Jensen, all of Win-
ter Garden, Vince and Sandra Hor-
ton of Louis\ ille, Kelly Johnson of
Orlando and Tim Johnson of Mel-
bourne. Granddaughters Becky and
Holly of Louisville were unable to
attend.
Vincent and Edna lived in
Louisville until 1974. He was a boil-
ermaker for 32 years, retiring in 1972.
He served in the Navy in 1944-45
aboard a Navy destroyer.
When he worked for Babcock &
Wilcock as a boilermaker, the John-
sons were sent to Surinam, South
America, to % ork the Alcoa plant
from 1966-68.
In 1974, they moved to Winter Gar-
den. They moved to Orlando in 1984,


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To receive a free monthly ihforma- ,
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25th anniversary celebration
Richard and Mary Ann (Dinan) Bartlett celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Aug. 9. The couple
met Aug. 13, 1977, and were married 3 years later at St. Emery's Church in Fairfield, Conn. They were life-
long residents of Fairfield until moving to Ocoee 3 years ago. The anniversary celebration with family and
friends was held on Church Street in Orlando and had a 1920s theme. The Bartlett family at the party: (I-r)
Michael, David, Colleen, Richard, Tara and Mary Ann.


West Orange Seniors to meet Oct. 20


The West Orange Seniors will
meet for their monthly potluck lun-
cheon this Thursday, Oct. 20, at
noon in the Ocoee Community Cen-
ter. The members are asked to bring
a dish to share and their money for.
the casino boat trip on Saturday,
Oct. 22. This trip is filled, reports
Frances Watts, club president.
Six Seniors enjoyed lunch at


CiCi's Pizza on West Colonial
Drive last Thursday before meet-
ing again at the Community Cen-
ter to discuss the club's annual
Thanksgiving and Christmas cele-
brations.
The Christmas luncheon will be
held Dec. 10 at Sanford Plaza in
Sanford. Developer John Remson


cheon and stage show. Teresa Cow-
ell, a former city of Ocoee em-
ployee, helped arrange the festivi-
ties. The only Cost for members will
be a $5 transportation fee.
The Seniors offer get-well prayers
to Dorothy Dollar and Evelyn Burn-
gasser and were happy that mem-
ber Helen Esposito's son is home


is treating the Seniors to a free lun- from his tour of duty in Iraq.


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Antique Car Rides Hay Rides

Children's Activities & Costume Parade

SLocal History Tours

Live Music by The Goldenaires & SouthSide

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SDessert and Chili Cook-off Contests

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Thursday, October 20, 2005 The West Orange Times 15A


Entertainment


Tickets still available
for 'The King and I'
The lavish new production of
Rodger's & Hammerstein's The King
and I will make a return to the Carr
Performing Arts Center Oct 25-30.
The show stars Stefanie Powers as
Anna and Ronobir Lahiri as the King.
Director is Baayork Lee.
Based on the real life adventures of
the English widow, Anna Leonowens,
and the 1944 novel, Anna and the King
ofSiam by Margaret Landon, the play,
is a tale about a clash of customs, set
in the capital city of Bangkok.
Tickets are $34 to $62 and are avail-
able at the SunTrust Broadway in Or-
lando Box Office, TD Waterhouse Box
Office and all Ticketmaster locations.
SFor details, call 407-839-3900 or
visit www.ticketmaster.com.

Championship for
Rubik's Cube solvers
Some of the world's best Rubik's
Cube solvers will compete Nov. 4-6 in
the World Rubik's Cube Game Cham-
pionship at Disney's Pop Century Re-
sort at Walt Disney World Resort.
These "speed cubers," as they are
identified in Rubik's parlance, will
twist and turn the iconic puzzle in a
variety of timed challenges. The cham-
pionship, which coincides with the
cube's 25" anniversary in the United
States, includes the traditional three-
by-three-by-cub competition, four-by-
four-by-four competition and five-by-
five-by-five contests, and more un-
usual events like blindfolded cubing,
6ne-handed cubing, foot cubing and
even underwater cubing.
For more information, go to ru-
biks.com.

New play at REP
focuses on literacy,
racial harmony
The Orlando Repertory Theatre's sec-
ond production of its 2005-06 season
is Salt and Pepper, a new play by play-
wright Jose Cruz Gonzalez that tackles
issues surrounding family, friendship
and illiteracy with grace and intrigue.
The setting is the Southwest in the
-"early 1940s. Salt and his brother, Andy,
* li% e\\ ith their grandfather, who can't
read or write and is ashamed to tell any-
one. His silence has a devastating ef-
ffct -nicne boys. When Andy leaves for
-.\ ar. Salt turns to a new friend, Pepper,
for support.
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voraciously. Together they discover a
Past revealed inan old boxof mysteri-
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Kennedy Center's New Visions/New
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acting group include Jade Staschke, Noah Johnson, Conner Green,
Iman RahmanKhah, Gabby Diaz, Felicity Rhymes, Kiara Perez, Tris-
tan Saltonstall, Max Freeman and Robert Zehr.


Lilo, Stitch, Pluto join
Mickey for breakfast
Some new character friends have
joined Mickey Mouse for break-
fast at Ohana at Disney's Polyne-
sian Resort. Say aloha to Lilo,
Stitch and Pluto, and good-bye to
Chip, Dale and Goofy.
A hearty breakfast, including is-
land-style breads, scrambled eggs,
bacon and breakfast sausage, is-
land potatoes, biscuits, Mickey
waffles, fresh juices, milk and cof-
fee, is served up family style along
with character fun daily from 7-11
a.m. The restaurant is located on
the second floor of the resort's
Great Ceremonial House.
The cost is $17.99 for guests
ages 10 and older and $9.99 for
ages 3-9. Reservations can be made
by calling 407-WDW-DINE.


Luncheon with
designer Carmen
Marc Valvo Nov. 2
Neiman Marcus Orlando and the
ArtEvents Council of the Mennello
Museum of American Art invite the
community to a fashion presentation
and luncheon with designer Carmen
Marc Valvo to view his evening col-
lections.
The event will take place Wednes-
day, Nov. 2, from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
on the second floor of the Neiman
Marcus store at the Mall at Millenia.
Tickets are $100 per person, and pro-
ceeds from the event will benefit the
Friends of the Mennello Museum.
Checks should be payable to: the
Friends of the Mennello Museum
and sent to Maritza Martinez, 36 W.
Pine St., Suite 106, Orlando, Fla.
32801.
For more information, call the mu-
seum at 407-246-4278.


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during the 30th annual Festival of the
Masters Nov. 11-13.
More than 200 honorees from art
festivals around the country will show-
case painting, photography, glass
works, sculpture, printmaking, draw-
ing, jewelry and, for the first time, dig-
ital art. Live entertainment and chil-
dren's activities also will be part of
the weekend event.
Festival guests can also experience
culinary offerings and dance to live
music. Pleasure Island will feature live
bands on the West End and Hub stages.
Hours for the festival are 9:30 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m. daily, Nov. 11-13. There
is no charge for admission or parking.
For more information, call 407-824-
4321 or visit disneyworld.com/art.

Holy Land Experience
begins new schedule
The Holy Land Experience Min-
istries has decided to close to the
public on Sundays effective Oct. 16.
Dr. Dan Hayden, executive direc-
tor, said: This decision to close on
Sunday has long been under dis-
cussion at the Holy Land Experience,
and we have decided to give our staff
the opportunity to spend that day in
worship and with their families. We
will be working to rescheduled any
Sunday commitments after that date,
and it is our intention to honor any
prior Sunday obligations."


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continues through Nov. 13 at Epcot


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around Epcot during the final weeks of
the Epcot International Food and Wine
Festival at Walt Disney World Resort
through Nov. 13.
The six-week long festival has fea-
tured some 100 wineries, celebrated
chefs, wine schools, seminars, beer tast-
ings, kids activities and elaborate dinners.
The final lineup of the nightly Eat to the
Beat concert series includes Chubby
Checker and the Wildcats (Nov. 1-4),
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DPHS students volunteer in Winter Garden
Members of the Air Force JROTC class from Dr. Phillips High School,
led by Lt. Col. Sharon A. Branch, volunteered their services at Health
Central Park in Winter Garden on Oct. 10. The students helped out
with landscape management of some of the courtyards by trimming
trees and weeding flowerbeds, among other tasks. Last month, they as-
sisted with cleaning out the aquariums and birdcages. Their work is
greatly appreciated by Health Central Park residents and staff and re-
flects the spirit of ROTC, which includes citizenship, service to the com-
munity and social responsibility.


County accepting hazardous waste at collection site
Orange County is holding a com- mum), household and vehicle batter-
munity collection event for the proper ies, flammable liquids, paint thinner
disposal of hazardous and electronic and stripper, brake fluids and antifreeze,
waste on Saturday, Oct. 22. Items are computers and printers, DVD and CD
being accepted at the Orange County players, telephones, fax machines,
Services Building on North Rock VCRs, keyboards and televisions.
Springs Road north of Orange Blos- If containers are leaking, pack them
som Trail. in a larger container with an absorbent
The following items will be accept- material, such as cat litter, to soak up
ed: chemicals (pool, photography and leaks. Do not mix materials into a sin-
any unknown), varnish and stains, gle container. Label the material. Only
waste oil, pesticides, drain cleaners, waste from Orange County homes will
solvents, paint, cleaning fluids, chem- be accepted. For details, call the Or-
istry sets, automobile and furniture pol- ange County Utilities Solid Waste hot-
ish, propane tanks (20-pound maxi- line at 407-836-6601.


Windermere
it could lead to "more improvements
in that area that is in dispute."
Lake Down Park, which is locat-
ed at the end of Fifth Avenue and
Lake Street on Lake Down, is adja-
cent to the shoreline of Lake Down
at issue in the pending lawsuit that is
scheduled for a summary hearing be-
fore Judge Cynthia McKinnon on
Nov. 28. The Roots and Lee, along
with five other residents, are suing
the town to obtain ownership of an
easement that lies between their
properties and Lake Down.
With the FRDAP grant, the town
is planning to rebuild the dock in the
park, install landscaping along Fifth
Avenue and Lake Street, clean up
and revegetate the shoreline, install
a picnic table, park benches and trash
receptacles and rope off an area from
the end of the dock to the shore for
swimming.
Windermere has revised its plans
for the park several times since re-
ceiving the grant. In fact, Town Man-
ager Cecilia Bernier said Monday,
the town had relocated the dock
about 10 feet at the Roots request.
She explained that the Orange
County Environmental Protection
Division recently approved the dock
at Lake Down Park but she is still
waiting for the paperwork. The next
step is obtaining a county building
permit, which could take 17 days. In
addition, a lakeshore-clearing per-
mit is required before construction
can begin.
Windermere has a contract for
$8,000 with Hodgskins Outdoor Liv-
ing Inc. to build the dock.
Once the paperwork is complete,
Bernier said the council could de-
cide to build the dock with town
funds and then seek grant funding as
a reimbursement if the dispute has
not been resolved.
Grant funding from FRDAP in-
cludes a provision that the improve-
ments must be open and available to
all residents.
Town attorney Shepard said Tues-
day he did not know if the lawsuit
brought last week by the Roots and
Lee had been assigned to an admin-
istrative hearing officer or law judge
yet because Windermere is not offi-
cially named as a party in the law-
suit. The suit challenges the DEP's
extension of the grant.
On another matter, the council
unanimously adopted a new law per-
taining to sexual offenders who have


been convicted of offenses against
individuals 16 years of age or
younger. The law provides for com-
munity notification.
In other business, the council:
approved holding an adult ad-
venture race at 3 p.m. the Friday af-
ter Thanksgiving for town residents
as requested by resident Pat Cole-
man. Resident Mike Tormey is in
charge of organizing the event. A
cookout in Town Square will follow
the race.
listened to John Fitzgibbon,
chairman of the Long-range Plan-
ning Committee, describe the com-
mittee's preliminary concept for a
bike path master plan for the town. He
said the committee hopes to connect
existing sidewalks to new paths to
create pedestrian walkways and bike
paths to the downtown area from the
north, south and east. He said the
committee hopes to have drawings
available for the November meeting.
heard a report from Bob Sprick,
chairman of the Celebration Com-
mittee, that a parade with marching
bands is being planned for Dec. 10
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. as an official
ribbon-cutting ceremony and cele-
bration to conclude the downtown
renovation project. The parade will
feature former Mayor John Luff as the
grand marshal, other former mayors
and dignitaries, the 140-member
Olympia High School Marching
Band, color guard, antique cars, fire
engines, children with decorated bi-
cycles, floats and horses. There will
be a brief ceremony at noon and an
art show with at least 15 exhibitors,
along with refreshments. The Tree
Board is planning to give away trees
at the event.
on the recommendation of the
Parks and Recreation Committee,
approved the installation of park
benches, trash containers and a pic-
nic table for Lake Down Park to be
installed after the lakefront land dis-
pute is resolved.
heard a report from downtown
project manager Don Greer report-
ed that the roadwork on Main Street
in the four-block business district is
90 percent complete. Traffic resumed
on Main Street on Oct. 1, and Greer
said that in about three weeks the re-
mainder of the work contracted with
Gibbs and Register should be done.
By Thanksgiving, he said, the land-
scaping and irrigation work would
also be complete. The final hookup


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of underground electric lines and
street lights by Progress Energy
might not be finished until early next
year, Greer said, explaining that the
utility company had been called out
of state to help with repairs from hur-
ricane damage. "We don't have an
ending date on that," said Greer, but
it will "probably be done in January."
under the consent agenda, the
council voted to approve a right-of-
way use agreement for Jon Pahlow
and Larry Pahlow of 48 Main St., a
contractor surety bond for Pat Cole-
man at 606 Forest St. and a home oc-
cupation license for Robyn Alligood
of 226 Butler St.; denied a variance
request by Tim and Gail Lincoln at
216 Main St. on the recommenda-
tion of the Development Review
Board; and re-appointed Mayor Gary
Bruhn to the West Orange Chamber
Board


Fashion show,
luncheon are Oct. 22
at Maxey Center
The Central Florida Young at Heart
Seniors are sponsoring a Fall Fashion
Show and Luncheon Banquet this Sat-
urday at the Maxey Community Cen-
ter, 830 Klondike St., Winter Garden.
Guests are encouraged to bring a
household item for the hurricane vic-
tims. Donations will also be accepted.


Founder's Day
Celebration at St. Paul
A.M.E. Church
The East Winter Garden Community
Development Corp. is observing its
first Founder's Day Celebration this
Friday, Oct. 21, at the St. Paul A.M.E.
Church, 330 Center St., Winter Gar-
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Winter Garden, Florida Thursday, October 20, 2UUb


Local surgeon realizes his dream of opening


By Mary Anne Swickerath

"This is what a doctor's office should look like," said Fran
while giving a tour of his newly opened high-tech health ce
which is part of the same facility as his surgical practice ac
do Regional Sand Lake Hospital, is the realization of Dr.
of bringing a medical-based wellness program to the comn
"I know how to make people healthier," he said, and he
gether and equipped his center with the latest health and fitne
chines in order to do this.
What makes the center unique, he explained, "is the or
tion between a medical doctor and a doctor of exercise phys
together to instill in our patients an athletic mindset and pr
ior modification necessary for patients to focus on their he
"We emphasize education and use scientific instrument:
precise measurements of metabolism, body composition an
al physiological testing that are the basis for customized n
cise prescriptions. The outcome is a program that is much
than a generic, one-size-fits-all approach to weight loss."
Dr. Campisi, a board-certified Fellow of the American
geons, has had a private practice in general surgery for 22
of the Windermere area, he is an active member of the Am
General Surgeons, the American Society of Abdominal Sur,
ange County Medical Society. In addition, he has held the
man of the Sand Lake Hospital Department of Surgery.
Two key members of his wellness team are Thomas J. Fis]
Heather M. Young.
Dr. Fisher earned his bachelor's in psychology from the U
tral Florida and Master of Science degrees in counseling ps
man development and exercise physiology before complete
in curriculum and instruction in exercise sciences. He is a
and conditioning specialist and a certified rehabilitation cc
teaches sports and fitness and physical education at UCF.
Young, the case manager at Dr. Campisi's new health c
ate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science de
ministration and an additional degree in respiratory therapy.
arship athlete at FSU, running track and cross country, an
at Sand Lake Hospital with intensive-care and spinal-cord-
These three professionals work together to assess an in
risks, fitness level and body composition (fat vs. muscle mas
function and physiology.
They develop exercise prescriptions derived from the tes
offer individualized nutritional consultation, including ec
choices and meal planning.
The exercise program depends on a patient's fitness. Tho:
sedentary will begin with daily walking. The nutrition couns
the patient having to write down everything eaten until the ne
journal (which continues) is analyzed and forms the basis c
To be effective, a health program has to retest, reassess a


Heather M. Young with the BOD POD, the high-tech s
mass by means of air-replacement technology.


a unique health center

port system, and this is what this center is set up to do. It is not a gym; the
only machines are for testing purposes.
ik Campisi, M.D., The most high-tech assessment instrument the center uses is the BOD POD,
enter. This center, which precisely measures percentages of body fat and lean tissue. This new
cross from Orlan- piece of equipment is now mainly on university campuses and in large gyms
Campisi's dream very few have been placed in physicians' offices.
unity. A second piece of diagnostic equipment is the VO2 Metabolic Analysis
has put a team to- System that measures a patient's resting metabolic rate and endurance lim-
ess diagnostic ma- its which basically tells you how good a shape you are in.
As a patient at the health center follows the nutrition and fitness prescrip-
igoing collabora- tions, his or her progress is carefully charted and verified by these machines
biology who work and their computer printouts. Weekly visits to the center provide consultations
omote the behav- with different members of the team, who offer direction, advice and encour-
-alth goals. agement.
s that provide the Helaine Wiedner, who is employed in on-line communications at Disney,
id other function- joined the program last summer as one its first patients.
nutrition and exer- "When I started, I couldn't walk my dogs around the block," she told The
i more successful West Orange Times.
But just recently, she walked the entire distance around the lake at Epcot
i College of Sur- with no trouble after faithfully following her exercise regimen and after a
years. A resident significant weight loss.
erican Society of "That was a big plus for me," she said and added that she feels so much bet-
geons and the Or- ter after losing 22 pounds.
position of chair- She joined the program because of Dr. Campisi's enthusiasm and has stayed
with it because she has learned so much about good nutrition and has re-
her Jr., Ph.D., and ceived so much encouragement.
"Everyone at the center is so positive, and I get one-on-one counseling," ''
University of Cen- she said.
ychology and hu- She now knows how dangerous excess weight can be, and she is deter-
ing his doctorate mined to improve her overall health and fitness. She finds it helpful to be
certified strength tested by the BOD POD because it shows exactly how many pounds of fat
counselor. He also she is losing and how many pounds of lean muscle she is gaining infor-
mation she can't get from a scale. Frank Campisi,
enter, is a gradu- This system is set up as a support system," said Dr. Campisi. "I am interested
enger, in spts ad- in delivering good medical care; and, as a surgeon, I am trying to create a pro-
Sghee wan spts a gram that doesn't fail."
e ws a s What he is doing, he said, is making this physician-guided program ac-
d she has worked
d she has worked cessible to the community. People don't need fad diets or radical surgeries .
-injury patients. to lose weight. They need to take control of their own health..
dividual's health "We have the knowledge, we have the license to help people improve their.
s), cardiovascular health," he said. "We can help them realize they have bad habits and teach
sting they do and them how to correct them, in order to ultimately avoid the consequences of
sting they do and severe diseases secondary to obesity and disuse, such as strokes and heart
education on food attacks."
The center offers both a 13-week program and a 52-week program. The year-
se who have been long program includes 32 office visits for a cost of $2,500. The 13-week pro-
eling begins with gram fee is $1,200.
,xt visit. This food Dr. Campisi feels if he has a patient in the center for 13 weeks, he and his
f the eating plan. staff can put that patient on the road to better fitness, better health.
nd provide a sup- "It takes a good deal of time and
personal attention," he said, and he
understands that it is hard for physi-
cians to do this in their daily practice.
"But I'm here to take back what a
doctor can be to patients with these
S problems. The medical system has to
":: change. It has to be proactive rather
1-- than reactive," he added. "I feel as if
I was called to do this."
Dr. Fisher, when asked why he be-
,came involved with Dr. Campisi at

sion."
SI.' -i He spends much of his time teach-
'-'- ..- ing and training elite athletes, many
i- : of whom go on to compete profes-
sionally.
S. Dr. Campisi's center offers con-
S sultations with serious runners and Thomas J. Fisher
o- -ther athletes, but most of the patients at the health cer
S.- "now involved are those who need to
S -', : begin a fitness and/or weight-loss pro-
S..'.. .: gram and Dr. Fisher finds it hard-
er to convince them to do the physi-
S' .- cal work they need to do than it is to
S'. ,:. ." prescribe training for the athletes.
He said he has to teach the serious
Athletes not to overtrain because the
fact is that strenuous exercise is not al-
ways the most efficient exercise.
S "Our bodies don't respond to a
*. huge effort," he explained. "Our bod-
ies respond to persistence. Most peo-
ple fail because they work too hard.
They need to invest for the rest of
their lives. We're talking about chang-
ing perspectives and, ultimately,
lifestyles."
But he has found working with the
patients at Dr. Campisi's center to be
unusually rewarding because they can
produce clear results so quickly. This
is different than fine-tuning a high-
level college athlete.
"I have seen a huge difference in
some of the patients I have worked
with here," he said. "I tell them there's
an athlete in everyone trying to get
out and that in this life you're either
a spectator or a participant." Heather M. YouI
The retesting process using the di-
agnostic machines shows the patients
: exactly how much progress they are nostic tools to ass
making. guesswork."
"' Heather Young, the caseworker, One patient, wh
also feels strongly about her work at betic and still a
the center, important health i
"I think it's important that people part of the program
take care of themselves before any Dr. Campisi des
serious illnesses can come up," she tients are not just
.-* said. "Some surgeries can be avoid- are taught how to
ed altogether. This is basically pre- One of his man
:,- .- -- ventative medicine. It's much more risks as diabetes,
.* ;. than a quick fix." he wants to show
S One of the patients she's been The official nan
S. .. : .''-:-" working with lost 20 pounds of fat Dr. Campisi want
'.. ,--: weight in two and a-half months. That only a few month:
-..^.. -- ,.--: is gratifying, she said, adding, "It's "You can only h
c.: nice to see a change in the patients' at- tention we give th
-C .7._ :titude and self-esteem. That makes more staff and op,
me feel great." The center is loi
systemm for measuring and tracking body fat and lean The best thing about the center, she on the south side
explained, is that "we have the diag- 354-1202.


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sess the patient's needs on an individual basis. This is not

hen sent for blood tests, found out he was a borderline dia-
nother was diagnosed with serious thyroid problems. These
issues were discovered during the screening process that is
m.
cribes the counseling as specific, scientific and flexible. Pa-
told they need to lose weight and to become more fit, they
achieve these goals.
tras is "Fat is not benign," meaning it leads to such health
cancer and heart disease. In short, fat makes you sick, and
people how to get healthy and stay healthy.
ne of the center is the Campisi Health Care Centers because
ts to continue to duplicate this first center, which opened
s ago.
have so many patients in a center like this because of the at-
em," he explained. "So, as one center fills up, I plan to hire
en new centers."
cated at 7236 Stonerock Circle, just off Turkey Lake Road
of Sand Lake Hospital. For more information, call 407-


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2B The West Orange Times Thursday, October 20, 2005 2


Sports


Warriors win Battle for the Shield; DP wins 4th in a row, Olympia falls at home


By Michael Laval

The Warriors and Knights renewed
an old football rivalry between Winter
Garden and Ocoee last Thursday when
West Orange won the inaugural Battle
for the Shield game. Dr. Phillips beat
District 5 foe Cypress Creek for its
fourth consecutive win. Olympia lost
at home to District 4 opponent Apopka.

West Orange vs. Ocoee
The West Orange defense made a
statement last Thursday in dominating
a young Ocoee program to take the first
battle in what promises to be a great ri-
valry for many years to come.
The Warriors held Ocoee to negative
57 yards of total offense. The Knights
finished with just 2 passing yards and mi-
nus-59 rushing yards on the night. The
Warrior defense allowed just one first
down for the entire game.
"Our defense broke two school
records [fewest rushing yards and least
total yards allowed] so naturally we are
very excited about how our guys
played," said WOHS Head Coach Tim
Smith.
Senior linebacker Mark Ray led West
Orange with 10 tackles and 3 sacks.
Durell Solomon added 5 tackles and 1
sack, while Kevin Dacosta racked up 4
tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble and 1
fumble recovery. Travis Mathews (3
tackles) also forced an Ocoee fumble.
Kicker Alex Buxbaum opened the
scoring for West Orange in the first
quarter with a 40-yard field goal.
Buxbaum also averaged 42 yards per
punt throughout the game.
West Orange scored again in the sec-
ond and third quarters on touchdown
runs by Dale Jones (56 yards, 14 car-
ries) and Solomon (44 yards, 8 carries),
plus a 15-yard touchdown pass from
Mike Lowery to tight end Pat Shaw for
a final score of 23-0.
Not to be outdone, the Ocoee defense
fought hard to hold the Warriors to 161
total yards and 8 first downs. The
Knights had a solid game plan in place,
thanks to defensive coordinator Dur-
wood Dry, who coached the West Or-
ange offense the previous three seasons.
Ocoee Head Coach Greg Dailer also
served as an assistant on Smith's staff be-
fore this year. Last Thursday's game
featured many Ocoee and West Orange
players who were once teammates at
WOHS.
The loss dropped Ocoee to 1-5 over-


West Orange Head Coach Tim Smith (right) accepts the shield that will serve as the trophy for the Battle
for the Shield football game between West Orange and Ocoee high schools. Tom Burnett (center), owner
of Florida Metal Craft in Winter Garden, welded the shield into shape. Bill Richardson (left) of the Sign Fac-
tory in Ocoee placed lettering on the shield to spell the team mascot names. The Warriors beat the Knights
last Thursday 23-0.


all and 0-2 in District 4 competition.
The Knights look for a win on the road
this Friday at Evans.
Although West Orange carries a 1-5
overall record, last week's win gives
the Warriors a 2-1 district record. The
top two teams in the district will quali-
fy for the playoffs. West Orange cur-
rently sits in third place in District 4 be-
hind East Ridge and Apopka. The War-


riors face the Apopka Blue Darters Oct.
28, but they must first get past rival
Olympia this Friday.

Dr. Phillips
The Dr. Phillips Panthers continue to
be the surprise team of 2005. Having
taken over a team that went winless last
year, new Head Coach Kevin Pettis has
led DP to four consecutive wins for a


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5-2 overall record. The Panthers sit atop
the District 5 standing with a 3-0 record.
For the third straight week, Dr.
Phillips came from behind to beat its
opponent Last Friday, the game-winning
play came against Cypress Creek on a
58-yard touchdown run by Michael
Davis in the fourth quarter. Davis finished
with 133 yards rushing on 13 carries.
DP and Cypress Creek traded field
goals in the second quarter to take a 3-
3 tie into half time. Dr. Phillips kicker
Brad Smith split the uprights from 37
yards out.
The Panthers fell behind 9-3 in the
third quarter when Cypress Creek scored
but failed to convert the extra-point kick.
Dr. Phillips responded with a 13-play
drive that spanned nearly five minutes.
DP quarterback Chris Wilkes picked up
his first touchdown pass of the year by
hooking up with tight end Davion Hol-
man on a 16-yard score to cap the drive.
Another failed extra-point attempt left
the game tied at 9-9.
The two teams held each other in
check until Davis broke loose on the
game-winning score with about five
minutes remaining in the game.
The Panther offense racked up more
than 300 yards for the night. Chris Smith
(6 tackles), Holman (6 tackles) and Re-
cardo Wright (7 tackles) led the Dr.
Phillips defense. Wilkes set a school
record in the second half with a 67-yard
punt.
Dr. Phillips travels this Friday to play
Freedom. A win would clinch DP's first
playoff berth since 2002. Regardless of
the outcome of Friday's game, though,
an Oct. 28 showdown with Boone will
determine the District 5 champion.

Olympia
District 4 power Apopka over-
whelmed the Titans on their home field
last Thursday night, cruising to a 29-0
victory.
The Blue Darters dropped 13 points
on the scoreboard before the Olympia of-
fense could even take the field. Derrick
Rouse of Apopka returned the game's
opening kickoff 92 yards for an early
7-0 lead.
On the ensuing kickoff, Apopka used
a surprise pooch kick that caught
Olympia special teams players off guard.
Apopka players recovered the live ball
to take possession at the Olympia 35-yard
line. The Darters then drove through the
Titan defense and scored on a 3-yard
run. Olympia's Michael Lockley
blocked Apopka's extra-point kick.
Before the close of the first quarter,
Apopka rushed for another touchdown
to extend its lead to 20-0. A second-
quarter touchdown and a third-quarter
field goal by the Blue Darters closed
out the scoring.
"We did not have our best perfor-
mance against Apopka," said Olympia
Head Coach Bob Head. "We started off
really bad in our specials teams units.
"You can't win big games like that,"
Head said about giving up the early lead.
"Ball security is our main focus, and we
just didn't take care of the ball."
Sean Westphal led the Titan defense
with 13 tackles. Lockley added 10 tack-
les, including one for a loss, and 1
blocked kick. Head credited the play of
offensive linemen Derek Parker and
Mark Shaffer.
Olympia (3-4, 1-1) will look to snap
a two-game losing streak this Friday
when it hosts rival West Orange.


DP softball smacks
The DP varsity slowpitch softball
team whipped Ocoee 5-1 last week
to up its season record to 9-2. Dara
Boudreau went 2-3 with an RBI. Tara
Santiago was 2-3 at the plate with a
double. The victory marked the
team's ninthwin in its last 10 games.
The Lady Panthers crushed West
Orange 15-0 last week to improve to
8-2 on the season. Susie Stimmel set
the tempo for the game with a 3-run
homer in the first inning. Umpires
called the game after four innings by
mercy rule.
The Dr. Phillips varsity girls vol-
leyball team fell last week to the
state's No. 3-ranked team. The Lady
Panthers lost to Edgewater 21-25, 19-
25, 25-23, 20-25. Lauren Maki led
DP with 8 kills and 7 digs. Kelly
Boone added 10 assists.
The team fell to 17-8 on the season
after losing to Timber Creek last week
by a score of 18-25, 23-25, 25-21, 25-
20, 15-17. Marcela Garces led the
Lady Panthers with 18 kills and 8
digs.
Jessica Nassau's 15 kills and 5
blocks powered the varsity girls to a
25-20, 26-24, 25-20 win last week
over Master's Academy. Marilu
Greyling led DP defensively with 12
digs.
The DP junior varsity girls vol-
leyball team swept Edgewater last
week, winning by a score of 25-10,
25-21. The J.V. team improved to 14-
4 on the season. Erin Ferguson, Grace
Walters, Christen Langley, Kalei
Ellsmore and Lauren Tami all stood
out for the Lady Panthers.
The J.V. Lady Panthers thumped
Master's Academy 25-10, 21-25, 15-
9 to close out its season with a 15-4
record. Anne Marie Pereira and Wal-
ters were named the players of the
game.
The Panther freshman football
team capped its most successful sea-
son in more than six years by rallying
to tie Cypress Creek last week. The
team finished with a 4-1-1 record.
Rolando Carrero's 70-yard touch-
down pass to Devorris Riggins, fol-
lowed by a successful 2-point con-
version, cut Cypress Creek's lead to
10-8 just before half time. The Bears
extended their lead in the fourth quar-
ter, but a 4-yard touchdown run by
DP's Jeremy Wright plus another 2-
point conversion tied the game for
good at 16-16.
The Di Phillips varsity girls golf
team finished in second place in the
district tournament held last week at
Marriott Grande Pines. Yu Lee shot a
team-low 76. Valarie Lounsberry and


The Ocoee High School freshman
football team defeated West Orange
27-6 last week to finish its season
with a 3-2 record. Doug Roach rushed
for more than 100 yards and 3 touch-
downs. Malcolm Lee led the Knights
on defense. Denard Love added an
interception. Josh Brooks scored on a
diving touchdown catch from quar-
terback O.J. Hightower. Ryan Wilder
rotated with Hightower at quarter-
back.
The Knight varsity boys bowling
team beat Evans 1,869-1,569 last
week. Every member of the Ocoee
team bowled at least one game. Andy
Shilling led the Knights with a high
game of 184. The team takes on Jones
on Thursday at Sky Bowl on South
Orange Blossom Trail. The Knights
will compete Nov. 2 in the district
tournament at Casselberry Lanes and
Nov. 3 in the Metro Conference tour-
nament held at the University of Cen-
tral Florida.
The Ocoee varsity slowpitch soft-
ball team beat Dr. Phillips 5-0 last
week. The Knights were set to play
Wednesday against Boone at 4 p.m.
The Knight varsity boys swim
team picked up its first victory of the
season by beating University last
week. Ocoee's medley relay team of
Alex Kane, Nick Jackowski, Kurt
Gunter and Aaron Fan beat the school
record in their event by five seconds.
Brandon Grantier broke the school
record in the 500 freestyle by 13 sec-
onds.
The Ocoee varsity girls volleyball


West Orange, Ocoee
Lauren Atcheson each hit 84, while
Honesty Biggers came in with 87.
The DP varsity boys golf team
took third place at the district tour-
nament last week at Black Bear Golf
Club in Eustis. The Panthers com-
peted without their top golfer Mike
Stern. Mario Miranda led DP with a
low round of 72, which tied for the
tournament lead. Anthony Ramirez
shot 83.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys soc-
cer team began tryouts Monday at the
stadium field. Due to the high number
of students trying out, they are being
dividing into two sessions. Those with
last names beginning with letters A
through M will try out from 3-4:30
p.m. Students whose names begin
with N through Z will take the field
from 4:30-6 p.m. All players must
have cleats, shin guards and a stamped
EMT card.
The DP varsity boys and girls
swim teams beat Apopka last week.
Both teams improved to 3-2 on the
season.
Maddy Flores (100 fly, 200
freestyle), Alex Greenhill (500
freestyle), Nicole Gaynor (200 IM,
100 backstroke) and Elysia Dytrych
(100 breaststroke) all captured first
place in their respective events for a
109-61 win.
Austin Ward (200 freestyle),
Rubens Cardoso (200 IM), Brian
Gilliam (50 freestyle), Julien Auge
(100 freestyle), David Syrett (100 fly,
500 freestyle) and Chad Brandt (100
backstroke) all took first place to lead
the boys team to a 107-61 win.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys bowl-
ing team (4-7) fell to West Orange
2,735-2,317 last week. Rob Conrad
rolled a team-high 565 for the Pan-
thers.
The DP varsity girls bowling team
(4-6) also lost to West Orange by a
score of 2,216-1,955. Meaghan Rear-
don bowled a team-best 211.
Members of the Dr. Phillips varsi-
ty wrestling team competed in the
Lakeland Open tournament last week-
end. Carlos Morales and John Cow-
an each captured first place in their
weight classes. Steven Silva and
Zared Ali-Kanhai both took second
place. Jorge Benzaquen (third place)
and Justin Kemp (fifth) also had
strong performances.
The DP varsity boys cross-coun-
try team competed last weekend in
the Lake BraqtileN Classjic. Senior
John SulliJan rdn a personal-best ume
to finish 20' overall. Sophomore Ryan
Dey had DP's.second best showing
of the day.


team beat Evans 25-12, 25-11, 25-14.
Brittney Swope returned from a knee
injury to record 10 kills and 2 aces.
Kimberly Corbitt played aggressive-
ly throughout the match. Stephanie
Jimenez had 10 assists, and Ardelia
Morris added 12 kills.
The Knight junior varsity girls
volleyball team defeated Evans 25-
22, 25-9 last week. Brian Jones had 4
kills, while Courtney Tarpley had 7
aces. The J.V. Knights finished their
season with a record of 4-12.
The Ocoee varsity boys basket-
ball team's first practice is set for Oct.
31. The first game of the season will
be held Nov. 17 at Timber Creek vs.
Dr. Phillips.
The Ocoee varsity girls basket-
ball team begins practice Oct. 24. The
first game for the Lady Knights is set
for Nov. 9 at home against Oak Ridge.
The Knight varsity boys soccer
team began practicing Monday. The
first game for Ocoee will take place
Nov. 8 at Jones.
The Ocoee varsity girls soccer
team is preparing for its first game of
the season, set for Oct. 25 at South
Lake High vs. West Orange.
The Ocoee High Athletic Boosters
Club held its elections last week.
Members chose Pat Buckles (presi-
dent), David Simpson (vice presi-
dent), Kim Hendrixon (secretary) and
Barb Simpson (treasurer) to serve the
club for this school year. The Boost-
ers Club's fund-raiser, the Disney golf
tournament, will take place Thursday
through Sunday.


150 walkers/runners compete
in Ocoee Founders' Day race


The annual Ocoee Founders' Day
Louis Fazio Jr. 5K Walk and Race
drew 150 participants on Oct. 8. The
top three male runners were Clarence
Calloway in first, Fred Costantini in
second and Jon Wolff in third.
The top three female runners were
Iris Lockhart in first, Ky Ann Ehrhard
in second and Becky Sompel in third.
Among the walkers, Otis Patton
was the first-place male, followed by
Tim Fischback and Scott Taylor. For
the females, Nancy Parker placed


first, Mary Reid second and Ronda
Jones third.
Earning the most applause cross-
ing the finish line was Louis Fazio
Jr., for whom the walk is named. He
was honored for his courageous par-
ticipation, despite a crippling dis-
ability, and for the large sums of mon-
ey he raises each year in this event,
which benefits the Health Central
Foundation School Nurse Program
and the West Orange High track pro-
gram.


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Ladyhawks win softball tournament


The West Orange Girls Club La-
dyhawks U-16 girls fastpitch softball
team won the U-16 division tourna-
ment held Oct. 8-9.
The Ladyhawks went 4-1 during
'the tournament to improve their sea-
son record to 13-4-1. The team lost


its first game, then got on a roll to win
four in a row. Shahlisa Shirley and
Stephanie Kiele both batted above
.500 for the tournament to lead the
Ladyhawks offensively.
Laney Tucker hit .444 with 4 RBIs
for the weekend, including a home


run in the championship game. Kait-
lyn Carey, Lauren Pitstick, Cheryl
Snyder and Brittany Schneider all con-
tributed with solid offensive and de-
fensive performances. Taylor Faw-
bush pitched for a 3-2 win in the final
game.


Olympia runners
The Olympia Lady Titan girls cross-country team finished second out of 39 teams at a statewide meet ear-
lier this month in Dade City. Gathered together are teammates (1-r): Rachel Goldberg, Lelyn Knowlden,
Kristen Webley, Katie Carbiener, Madison Kite, Lauren Smith, Randi Reed and Coach Theresa Reynolds.


Celebrating their recent tournament championship are Ladyhawks (1-r): front, Brittany Schneider, Cassie Sustik,
Stephanie Kiele, Shahlisa Shirley, Laney Tucker; back, Kaitlyn Carey, Taylor Fawbush, Mandy Turner,
Ashley Jolly, Courtney Sheldon, Lauren Pitstick and Cheryl Snyder.


Foundation Academy sports update


The Foundation Academy varsity
girls volleyball team (13-7) disman-
tled West Oaks Academy last week
to extend its winning streak to six
games. Foundation came away with
a 25-20, 25-10, 25-7 win. During its
winning streak, Foundation has won
13 straight games.
The Foundation varsity boys and
girls cross-country teams competed
.Oct. 5 in the East Ridge Invitational.


Kristin Rucker (fifth place) and Emi-
ly Roebke (10'h) led the girls team.
Robert Smith paced the boys to fin-
ish 12" overall. The teams also raced
Oct. 7 in the Disney Invitational.
Rucker took second place with a
school-record time of 22:39. Smith,
Rivers Bradford, Roebke, Adam
Reeves, Cole Abell and Christine
Worley all ran their fastest times of
the season.


Classes at Winter Garden Rec


SThe Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activities for children
and adults. For more information,
call the rec office at 407-656-4155.
Pre-registration is requiredfor most
events.
* Tennis lessons Beginner and
intermediate classes are for adults and
youth ages 5 and older at the Chapin
Station courts on Tuesday evenings
and Saturday mornings according to
age and skill level. Classes run six
weeks and cost $30 (5-7 years old),
$54 (ages 8-14) and $84 (15 to adult).
Water aerobics-- Classes are
Tuesday and Thursday evenings from
6:30-7:30. Saturday classes are from


9-10 a.m. There is a one-time initial
registration fee of $5. Cost is $7 for
one class with multi-class discount
cards available. Register at
Farnsworth Pool during class.
Yoga Join yoga instructor
Sheila Scott at the Old Fire Station
Rec Center. Classes are Mondays and
Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m. Cost is
$10 per class for city residents, $11 for
others. A discounted six-class rate
and private instruction are available.
Bird-watching Go bird-watch-
ing at Lake Apopka. Bird checklists,
plus binoculars and a field guide, are
also available to borrow free of
charge.


Olympia, Dr. Phillips boys golf t
advance to state, take 1st, 2nd ir
S The Class 2A, Region 3, boys golf place. Other DPHS sc
tournament was held at Black Bear thony Ramirez, 76; M
G olf Club in Apopka on Monday. 77; and Brad Marti
When play concluded on the par- DPHS' third straig]
72 course, the teams from Olympia FSHAA State Finals,
and Dr. Phillips high schools were tied looking to capture the
at 294. Both teams headed off for a State Championship i
sudden-death playoff in which the Olympia is maki
lowest scores for each team are used straight trip to the Sta
to determine the outright champion. finished in the runner-u
Olympia won the extra hole but both State Finals in 2002 an
teams will advance to the state tour- State Champion in 20
nament in Port St. Lucie beginning on The next closest tear
Tuesday. day's regional tournma
. Eric Cole of OHS was the medalist posted by the team fr(
with a score of 68, and Brandon
Ramirez of DPHS was the tournament
runner-up with 70. His DPHS team-
mate Mike Stem shot 71 for third


Youth basketball
registration begins
Registration is underway at
the Jim Beech Recreation
Center for the Ocoee Parks
and Recreation Department's
youth basketball league start-
ing in January 2006. Signups
will continue through Oct. 31.
The league is for players 17
and under and is divided into
four age divisions.
In each division, there will
be six teams with a maximum
of 10 players per team com-
peting in a 10-game season.
There will also be a post-sea-
son championship tournament.
The cost is $60 for the sea-
son and includes shirts, bas-
ketballs and an awards cere-
mony. Also needed are two
volunteer coaches per team.
Please pay by check or mon-
ey order.
For more information, call
905-3100, Ext. 5002.


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Open gym for adult
co-ed volleyball
First Baptist Church Windermere is
sponsoring an open gym for advanced
co-ed volleyball from Oct. 13 through
Nov. 10 on Thursdays, from 7-9 p.m.
There will be two courts available, and
no fees are required.
The church is located at 300 Main
St. in Windermere. For more infor-
mation, call Tom Burnett at 321-436-
7615.

IUS Patriots
beat Seminole
The West Orange IUS Patriots soc-
cer team won its second game of the
season last weekend against the
Seminole Thunder by a score of 3-
1.
Mar Cirilo pulled a hat trick, scor-
ing all three Patriot goals. Brianna
Lemerise, Brooke Wigmore, Jesse-
nia Barragan, Marla Hernandez,
Kallee Miller, Cindy Buchner, Abbey
Baron, Lauren Green and Rasha
Roberts all played strong defense.
Goalkeeper Alyssa Kaminski made
several stops to keep Seminole at bay.
The IUS Patriots play Saturday at
Central Winds Park versus the CFU
Hawks.

Calvary defeats
Eastland Christian
The Calvary Christian School in
Winter Garden beat Eastland Chris-
tian School 15-12. The teams kicked-
off last Friday at Colonial High
School.
Freshman running back Zach Bish-
op of Ocoee led the Cougars with 191
yards rushing on 23 carries. Sopho-
more linebacker Tim Anglea of Win-
dermere anchored the Calvary defense
with 12 tackles. Junior defensive line-
man Cole Bishop added 3 quarterback
sacks.
The win improved Calvary's record
to 6-2. The Cougars play again Fri-
day at 7 p.m. at Walker Field in Win-
ter Garden.


Gotha Grizzlies wrap-up season
The Gotha Middle School Grizzlies boys soccer team finished its season with a 6-1-1 record. The team earned
a banner for its school for winning the Cluster Championship and qualifying in the A division. Members of
the 2005 Grizzlies are (l-r): front, Marcus Georges, Stevie Gross, Jihad Fort, Nicholas Stepp, Timmy Gross,
Bobby Ertle, Kevin Madyda, Garrett Lentz, James Cooper; back, Brian Connelly, Blake Burnett, Sam Her-
rejon, Tomas Cerda, Aaron Neff, Coach Kevin Wiedecker, Shane Hotalen, Michael Plummer, Robert Kirk-
wood, Josh Fusan and Tyler Perez. Not pictured: John Hunter Spears.


Montverde volleyball
topples Trinity Prep
The Montverde Academy Lady Ea-
gles varsity volleyball team beat Trin-
ity Prep last week by a score of 25-
16, 25-7, 23-25, 25-27. Seniors Brit-
tany McNally, Daryan Lashley and
Diana Frasier all performed well in
their final game at Montverde.

Health Central Walkers
at West Oaks Mall
Health Central Walkers is a free
walking program at the West Oaks
Mall in Ocoee. Participants may join
the program Monday through Friday
from 7-10 a.m. Once they are registered
walkers, they may walk at any time
during mall hours. Participants log
the amount of miles they walk and
will earn prizes as they accumulate
mileage. For details, call Health Cen-
tral Wellness at 407-296-1496.


Palmer, Jamie Holzworth, Kenny
Smith, Corey Boos and Shelby Smith
all placed first in their respective
events.
The WOHS varsity girls bowling
team continued its dominance with a
victory over Dr. Phillips. The win
improved the team's record to 11-0.
The Warrior varsity boys bowl-
ing team also beat the Panthers last
week to improve to 9-2 on the season.
Collin Solomon finished with a 289
overall score.
The West Orange varsity boys
basketball team will begin tryouts
Oct. 31 at 4:30 p.m. Conditioning
will continue Mondays and Wednes-
days at 3:30 p.m. until the tryout
date.
The WOHS varsity girls basket-
ball team will also hold tryouts Oct.
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In district play last week, the War-
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ish in fourth place. West Orange was
led by junior Kyle Long (78), fresh-
man Jacob Mast (78), sophomore Ian
Hamilton (88) and sophomore Kris
Coronado (88). Their team score was
good enough for the Warriors to ad-
vance to the state regional playoffs,
where they will be led by Long and
Mast.
The West Orange junior varsity
football team beat rival Ocoee 36-6
last Wednesday. The J.V. Warrior
defense forced 5 Ocoee turnovers.
West Orange travels Thursday to
play at Winter Park. The WOHS
freshman football team lost its
showdown with Ocoee by a score of
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Golf


C&W Trucking plans
golf event for Shriners
Hospital in Tampa
C&W Trucking is hosting its 4th
Annual Golf Classic, Drive for a Cure,
on Oct. 22 at Diamond's Players Club
in Clermont. The tournament is a ben-
efit for Tampa Shriners Hospital for
Children.
Organizers are currently looking
sponsors. The cost for a Gold Spon-
sorship is $2,500 and includes four
golfers and signage at the tournament.
The Silver Sponsorship is $1,000 and
includes four golfers and signage. A
Bronze Sponsorship is $500 and in-
cludes signage on one hole.
To become a sponsor, send dona-
tions to C&W Trucking Inc., c/o Bill
Creeden, 703 Hennis Road, Winter
Garden, FL 34787 or call Creeden at
407-877-2600, Ext. 224.

Register for golf clinic
with W.G.Rec
TheWinter Garden Recreation De-
partment is now registering for a three-
week golf clinic. Bring a friend and
practice your swing at the clinic,
which will be held at the West Orange
Country Club once a week for three
weeks.
The clinic will cover an introduc-
tion to the game of golf, etiquette and
the rules of the game. Taught by a golf
professional, the course will also teach
how to develop a pre-shot swing, part
and full swing motion and more.
The clinic begins Tuesday, Nov. 1,
and is open to participants ages 10 to
adult. The cost is $100 for city resi-
dents.
Call the rec office at 407-656-4155
for more information.


Golf tournament
to support WOHS
baseball program
The West Orange High School
baseball programwill host its second
annual golf tournament Sunday, Nov.
27. The scramble event is scheduled
for Diamond Players Club in Cler-
mont with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. The
entry fee is $65 per player and $260 for
a foursome. Special tournament spon-
sorships are available.
For those interested in being a ma-
jor sponsor, there will be a private
clinic hosted with PGA instructor Bri-
an Mogg of Mogg Performance Cen-
ter at Keene's Pointe.
Mogg was named a Top 100 Teach-
er for 2005-06 by Golf Magazine and
is an accomplished swing coach. He
has helped two PGA Tour players,
Bart Bryant and Brad Faxon, to vic-
tories in 2005. Mogg will play nine
holes with each of two major sponsor
foursomes.
Dinner, awards and an auction and
raffle will follow immediately after
the tournament.
For more information or to regis-
ter, call or e-mail Coach Jesse Marlo,
WOHS head coach, at 407-905-2400,
Ext. 2262 or marloc@ocps.com. In-
terested individuals can also call Paul
or Elaina Fontana with the WOHS
Booster Club at 407-905-5626 or e-
mail at pafontana5@hotmail.coom.


Grand Cypress
hosting golf event as
part of KnightFest '05
As part of the University of Central
Florida's KnightFest 2005, Oct. 29-
Nov. 5, Grand Cypress golf Club will
hold a golf tournament.
The event will begin with registra-
tion at 6:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov.
2. Play will get underway with a shot-
gun start at 7:30 a.m. The entry fee if
$95 per person for members of the
UCF Alumni Association and $115
for non-members. Hole sponsorships
are available for $600 and include four
players and signage.
For more information on Knight-
Fest events, call the UCF Alumni As-
sociation at 407-823-2586 or go to
www.ucfallumni.com.



Ocoee Golf Assoc.
meets at Ocoee
Community Center
The Ocoee Golf Association,
a group established in 1983 and
made up of golfers of all skill
levels, meets the second Thurs-
day of each month at 7:30 p.m. in
the Ocoee Community Center,
near City Hall.
Tournaments are held the third
Sunday of each month at 8 a.m.
at various golf courses around
the area. Awards are given for
low-gross and low-net scores in
five flights determined by hand- .
icaps. A membership initiation
fee is $10, and yearly dues are
$30.


For details, call 407-656-2669
or go to the Website at OCOEE-
Golf.TriPod.com.


Woods, O'Meara, Bryant take aim at

2005 Funai Classic this week at Disney


Three West Orange County
professional golfers whose names
are engraved on Disney Classic
trophies are among the PGA Tour
players committing for the 2005
Funai Classic at Walt Disney
World Resort, which begins this
Thursday on Disney's Magnolia
and Palm courses.
Tiger Woods, the No. 1 golfer
in the world and a two-time win-
ner at Disney (1996 and 1999), is
entered for this week's event, as
are 1991 winner Mark O'Meara
and 1995 champion Brad Bryant.
They are among 144 pros
shooting for shares of a Funai
Classic record purse of $4.4 mil-
lion. The winner of the 72-hole'
event, which concludes Sunday,


earns $792,000.
With Woods, 2003 champion
Vijay Singh and Retief Goosen
all entered, the field features three
of the current top five players in
the official world golf ranking -
who are also among 10 players
from the recent Presidents Cup
slated to play Disney. Among the
others: Central Florida's Chris Di-
Marco, who sealed the U.S. vic-
tory in Virginia.
Spectators headed to the tour-
nament should park at Epcot ($9).
Shuttle transportation to the tour-
nament entrance will be provid-
ed. Tournament tickets ($30 per
day) may be purchased at the tour-
nament entrance, located at the
Shades of Green Resort.


Pat Neel Invitational at WOCC


West Orange Country Club is host-
ing the 23rd annual Pat Neel Invita-
tional Tournament Friday through Sun-
day, Nov. 11-13.
The entry fee is $150 for the 54-hole
event and includes tee gifts, refresh-
ments on the course, lunch during tour-
nament play and awards.
Participants must be male amateur
golfers at least 18 years old with a cer-
tified handicap. All flights will play 54
holes with approximately 12 players
per flight. The flights will be deter-
mined at the completion of 36 holes.
The lowest medal score determines the
tournament champion regardless of
flight.
Awards will be made in gift certifi-


cates from the WOCC pro shop. The
prize breakdown per flight based on
132 players will be $250, $150 and
$100 in merchandise certificates. The
overall champion will receive a $500
merchandise certificate and a trophy.
Complimentary practice rounds are
available Tuesday through Thursday,
Nov. 8-10.
For this year's event, the low man in
each flight will be rewarded. Non-mem-
bers will receive a three-month trial
membership from Dec. 1, 2005 through
Feb. 28,2006. Members will receive a
$50 gift certificate to the pro shop.
For more information, call Stew Mc-
Comb, head professional, at 407-656-
4882, Ext. 402.


Playing for the Olympia High School boys varsity golf team (1-r) are Mike Harman, Alex Donaldson (3rd place
finisher overall in district play), Eric Cole (1st-place and district medalist), Josh Seale (scored 77 in district
play) and Zach Wright with Coach Jerry Gallman. Not pictured is James Byrd, who finished 4th overall in
last week's district tournament.

Olympia High boys and girls win district golf titles


Olympia High School added two more
district titles last week as its the boys
and girls golf teams both won district
championships.
The boys team won the district tour-
nament by 18 strokes with great perfor-
mances by all players. Eric Cole and
Alex Donaldson tied with even par 72
for top individual scores, along with a
player from Dr. Phillips High.
After a sudden death playoff, Cole fin-
ished first and Donaldson finished third.
James Byrd shot one over par, 73, to


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Join WO Kiwanis tournament and play with pro athletes


The West Orange Kiwanis Club is
hosting its annual golf tournament at
Stoneybrook West Country Club on
Friday, Dec. 2. Area golfers are in-
vited to come out and play with local
professional athletes. Participants will
play with current and former baseball
and football players. Foursomes and
individual players are welcome.
*Sponsorships are currently avail-
able. For more information or to reg-
ister, call Loretta Lynn at 321-438-
0838 or 407-654-8810 or e-mail


crossque@earthlink.net. Interested in-
dividuals can also visit the WO Ki-
wanis Web site at www.westor-
angekiwanis.org.
The WO Kiwanis meets weekly on
Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. at the IHOP
in Winter Garden. The organization
has 501.c3 charitable status. Proceeds
from the tournament will benefit local
youth programs, including Edgewood
Children's Ranch, Lakeview and
Ocoee middle schools and Every
Child a Swimmer.


Cadillac Invitational event set for
Diamond Players Club on Nov. 11


Massey Cadillac has partnered with
the National Kidney Foundation of
Florida to bring the Cadillac Invita-
tional Tournament to Diamond Players
Club inn Clermont on Friday, Nov. 11.
Participation in this event is open to
any amateur golfer. The tournament is
the premiere amateur golf scramble in
the country. Each member of the win-
ning team receives a round-trip airline
ticket anywhere in the continental Unit-
ed States, courtesy of Northwest Air-
lines.
Players become eligible to compete
with 130 other tournament winners in
the Cadillac Invitational National Finals
at Pebble Beach Resort in Monterey,
Calif.


Other prizes include Callaway clubs
and golf balls, Etonic golf shoes, golf
apparel and Cadillac custom golf trav-
el bags.
Area golfers are invited to join
Massey Cadillac and the NKF in the
event at Diamond Players Club on Nov.
11.
The entry fee for a foursome is
$1,250 and includes golf, golf shirt,
lunch, player gift bags and awards ban-
quet. Any golfer who test drives a
Cadillac will receive a dozen Callaway
golf balls. All proceeds from this vol-
unteer event will benefit the NKF of
Florida.
For more information or to register,
call NKF of Florida at 800-927-9659.


finish fourth overall.
Coach Jerry Gallman commented,
"No, that's not a mistake, Olympia
golfers finished first, third and fourth."
Josh Seale rounded out the scoring
with 77.
The Titan boys advance to the Re-
gional Tournament Monday, Oct. 17, at
Black Bear Golf Club.
The girls team also won the district
championship for the first time in four
years, and Titan Monica Kelsey was the
school's first-ever girls district medal-


ist with a score of 75.
Anne Sprick was third with 77,
Kendall Wright was fourth with 83 and
Jessy Tang came in tied for fifth but lost
in a scorecard playoff. Hannah Griffin
was seventh with 87.
Coach Kim Payne said last Thursday
said she was extremely proud of her team
because its score was one of the three
best in the state in district play. She also
noted that all three of those teams were
scheduled to compete in the same re-
gional tournament Oct. 18 in Sebring.


Coach Kim Payne proudly holds the district trophy won by the Olympia High School varsity girls golf team
last week. Pictured with her are golfers (1-r) Carly Brewer, Jessy Tang, Anne Sprick, Monica Kelsey, Kendall
Wright and Hannah Griffin. Kelsey was Olympia's 1st-ever district medallist with a score of 75. Sprick was
3rd overall with 77, Wright was 4th with 83 and Tang came in tied for 5th but lost in a scorecard playoff. Grif-
fin was 7th with 87.





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upon Forbes, Say
SLynn Forbes, school secretary, was
recently recognized as the Support
Person of the Year. She helped open
both Chain of Lakes and Southwest
middle schools. The staff says she
is a joy to be around with her beau-
tiful smile and caring disposition. No


job is ever too much for Forbes; she
readily agrees to help in any way she
can.
Jimmy Say has been named Teach-
er of the Year. He is a literacy teach-
er and loves working with students
and seeing them improve. This year
he has also taken over the TV pro-
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bOcoee High School Principal Mike Armbruster (left) congratulates Trung
'Nguyen for being chosen the 1s' Elks Club senior of the month. Also pic-
Stured is Laura Vittum who is responsible for starting and continuing this
Recognition program through the Winter Garden Elks Lodge. The Elks
S program recognizes 8 seniors (4 males and 4 females) monthly through-
S out the year. Each recipient receives a certificate/plaque and a check
for $50. They also will have the opportunity to receive on of two $2,000
scholarships the Elks offers at the end of the school year. Two win-
ners will be selected, 1 male and 1 female.


nouncements. He and the news crew
meet daily to plan and tape the news.
The staff says he has a great attitude
and is always willing to help both stu-
dents and teachers.
Chain of Lakes is fortunate to have
these two fine people on its staff, and
everyone wishes them both good
luck in the district competition.

Crafters needed for
WOHS Renaissance
festival Oct. 29
The West Orange High School Re-
naissance is hosting a craft and art fes-
tival Saturday, Oct. 29. Crafters, church
groups, organizations, community
clubs and businesses are invited to pur-
chase a 12-foot by 12-foot booth. To re-
serve space, call Kelly at 321-299-4486
or e-mail her at tranthk@ocps.net.
The group is especially looking for
crafters who specialize in furniture,
toys, artwork, pottery, jewelry, quilting
and knitting. Booths are available both
indoors and outdoors for $20 a booth.

Scholarship available for
community college
The Lake-Sumter Community Col-
lege Foundation Inc. is now accepting
applications for student scholarship
requests for the spring 2006 semester.
There are 147 scholarships totaling
$77,500 available for all types of stu-
dents. Applications are obtainable at
all three LSCC campuses in Leesburg,
Sumterville and Clermont or via the
LSCC Web site at www.lscc.edu. The
deadline for submitting applications
is Oct. 31 at 4:30 p.m.
These scholarships are made possi-
ble through the generous support of
donors from the community.
For more information about receiv-
ing scholarships or scholarship dona-
tions, call 352-365-3518.


The Student Council at Thornebrooke helped with a recent hurricane-relief fundraiser by organizing a 'fa-
vorite hat day.' Students paid $1 to wear a hat for a day, and the funds raised were added to the total
amount donated by the school. Pictured are Student Council members and administrators with an enlarged
check to the American Red Cross.

Ocoee-Middle


Students at Ocoee Middle wait anxiously for their Word of the Day Round Up reward. Every Friday, students
are randomly chosen to demonstrate that they have written all their words for the week for Word of the
Day, which are content-based vocabulary words. This schoolwide initiative helps students come in contact
with new vocabulary words, and they are assessed bi-weekly.


Teach-In 2005
Teach-In 2005 is approaching, and
Ocoee Middle is inviting parents, com-
munity members and businessmen
and women to take part in this com-

LSCC offers security
officer training courses
Lake-Sumter Community College
will offer two courses that meet state
requirements for those in the security of-
ficer profession. Both classes will be
offered on LSCC's South Lake Campus
in Clermont.
A 40-hour course will meet Monday
through Friday, Oct. 24-28, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. As of July 1, 1989, Florida
Statute 493 requires 40 hours of pro-
fessional training for all Class D license
security personnel applicants. This
course is designed and approved by the
Florida Department of State, Division
of Licensing and meets this require-
ment. Cost of the course is $151.
A 16-hour course is offered Thursday
and Friday, Oct. 27-28, from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. for those who have only 24 hours
of the classroom hours required for
Class D Security Officer license and
need to complete the additional 16
hours for renewing their license. Cost
of the course is $62.
To register for either'course, call 352-
365-3556.


munitywide effort. The event is
Wednesday, Nov. 16. This is a per-
fect opportunity for adults to show chil-
dren they care by donating an hour or
two.


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though they don't start until Jan. 5. In- Jan. 4, the selection of classes, days and in November. After that, students can
Creases in enrollment make it more im- times decrease each day. register.
,portant than ever to start the applica- To complete the admission process, All registration information except
Stion process early, the LSCC staff suggests applying, sub- for class schedules, is available online
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The 3rd-grade class at Lake Whitney Elementary 'camped out' at school. Mrs. Barker's class wore camp-
ing gear and binoculars, told stories, made S'mores and read camping books. They even had a make-be-
lieve campfire and tent, and parents came in to tell their own campfire stories.


Oakland Avenue Charter School has implemented a schoolwide character education program that focus-
es on building core virtues, such as respect, responsibility and fairness. One of the new and exciting ac-
tivities included is Student of the Week recognition. Pictured are Principal Juan Colon and Guidance Coun-
selor Lisa Radesi with the Oct. 3 students of the week.



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S- i. ---' groups, under the direction of Edith
Young, performed its Fall Concert
.r "on Oct. 3.Sixth-grade Beginning
IL Chorus, Show Choir, 7th- and 8th-
Sgrade Mixed Chorus and 7- and
8th-grade Treble Chorus partici-
pated in the performance for fam-
:. ily and friends. Pictured (l-r) are
(in front) Brooke White, (2nd row)
: Rachel Skibicki, Taylor Howl,
S-" Melissa Dorff, Jessica Smith,
Kelsey Meyerson, and (in back)
Corianne Dennison, Mollie Cas-
tle, Kaitlyn Goodman, Elise Knu-
towski, Roxy Fresonke, Paige
Sterner, Kayla Shoener and
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Photo by Pablo Sierra
The Westside Tech ESOL students recently visited downtown Winter Garden. Pictured (1-r) are (front row)
S Christial Geffrard of Haiti; teacher Barbara Pennington; Aura Guedez of Venezuela; Yuk NG of China;
Maria Alatorre of Mexico; Eva Milian and Eunice Milian of Venezuela; and (in back) Winter Garden Police
Officer James McLeod, Amenete Jacob and Anotte Gedeon, both of Haiti; Yalitza Flecha of Puerto Rico;
S and Maria Leon of Cuba.


Westside Tech ESOL
students visit downtown
Winter Garden
Many exciting programs are offered
daily at Westside Tech on Story Road in
Winter Garden. Recently one of the three
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other
Languages) classes visited downtown
Winter Garden.
Students are all adults from different
countries, and they work very hard to
learn the English language.
The tour began with an orientation by
City Manager Mike Bollhoefer at City
Hall, and Winter Garden Police Officer
James McLeod was the official escort
for the morning.
He led the group to the Planning and
Zoning Department where they were
warmly welcomed. This was an inter-
esting stop for the group since everyone
was interested in the large maps on the
walls where they were able to locate their
homes. Many questions were asked and
answered.
The.next stop was the police station,
where McLeod gave an informative talk
in the briefing room and introduced Po-
lice Chief George Brennan, who posed for
photos with the students. Can you imag-
ine the amazement of these adults who
come from Cuba, Colombia, China at
being able to have photos taken with the
police chief?


The K5 class at Victory Christian Academy in Ocoee recently enjoyed a visit from registered nurse Anna
McCosker during a community helper study on nurses.


Winter Garden Police Chief George Brennan poses for a photo with
Pablo Sierra, who is from Colombia. The ESOL students from Westside
Tech were thrilled to visit City Hall and tour the police department, Plan-
ning and Zoning Department and Winter Garden Heritage Museum,
along with lunch at Choctaw's.


The group enjoyed lunch at Choctaw's,
and every menu item was read and pro-
nounced many times. The class' assign-
ment was to speak and converse in En-
glish throughout the day. The favorite
dish ordered was collard greens, and
blackberry cobbler was experienced for
the first time to the delight of everyone.
Then, the group toured the Winter Gar-


den Heritage Museum and was excited to
get a look inside the caboose.
Overall the day was a great success.
Actually, the experience was also re-
warding for the teacher, who said, "You

can't really appreciate our country until
you see it through the eyes of people who
have never experienced the freedoms we
just take for granted."


First-grade students at Citrus Elementary celebrated Johnny Appleseed's birthday by reading books about
him, watching a video, completing sequencing activities, making apple trees, weighing and measuring ap-
ples and making applesauce. Each class also graphed results of apple taste tests. Above, Wade Duffus,
Tyler Bornemann, Karymar Alicea and Ashly Kinney from Mrs. Jackson's class make apple prints by us-
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The honors anatomy and physiology and biology classes at Founda-
tion Academy recently traveled to Tampa to the MOSI Museum to take
a first-hand look at the Bodies Exhibition. This exhibition is a display of
20 cadavers in various stages of dissection, which provides a once-in-
a-lifetime opportunity to view real human bodies, study the structure and
learn about various body functions. Each body system was highlight-
ed, including the circulatory, muscular and skeletal systems. The stages
of fetal development and all of the internal organs are shown in the ex-
hibit. Students and chaperones were accompanied by Dr. and Mrs.
Cox, who provided expert knowledge in the form of mini lessons at the
stations in the exhibit. At the end of the tour, students had the oppor-
tunity to hold a real brain, heart or liver that had been preserved. Ev-
eryone who participated, even the squeamish, was taken with the
exquisiteness the human body.


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Dillard Street Elementary School hosted a Family Math Night for 3rd-
through 5'h- graders on Oct. 4. The goal of the program was to teach
parents strategies they could use at home that might increase their
child's math proficiency and FCAT score. Parents learned education-
al math games that are part of the Everyday Math series adopted by
Orange County Public Schools last year. The parent participation and
turnout was an all-time high for Family Math Night. Third-grade teach-
er Mrs. Dunagan shows family members how to play games that im-
prove their children's math skills during the evening program.


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Built in 1924, the Lowry building was razed last week to make room for
construction of Montverde Academy's new lower school. The Lowry
building has served as space for classrooms, administration and most
recently as the infirmary. The new building will provide space for 2 sec-
tions of each grade in the lower school in time for opening next fall.
For more information, please call 407-469-2561.


Windermere Prep kindergartner Max Freeman won the Knowledge
Center 'Dragon Breath Mints' Family Contest. Knowledge Center Director
Helene Valentine looks on as Freeman holds the bowl of mints.


Contest winner
Windermere Prep kindergarten stu-
dent Max Freeman was named the
winner in the recent WPS Knowledge
Center "Dragon Breath Mint" Family
Contest.
He had to guess the number of
mints it would take to quell a dragon's
bad breath as represented by the num-
ber of mints in a large fish bowl on dis-
play at the Knowledge Center. His
guess of 401 won him a $20 Book Fair
gift certificate. It also won his teach-
er, Emily Blomquist, a $10 gift certifi-
cate.


The contest was held on Confer-
ence Day during the annual fall
Scholastic Book Fair. Families were
encouraged to visit the fair in the
Knowledge Center's new location with-
in the new classroom neighborhood,
which opened in August.
'This year's Book Fair sales far sur-
passed those of previous years due
to the enthusiasm of students and par-
ents, said Helene Valentine, the
Knowledge Center director. "As a re-
sult, our school will receive more than
$7,500 of new books and teacher re-
sources from sales from the fair."


There's no need to wait for kindergarten to learn to read. Reading readi-
ness skills are enjoyed every day at Oakland Preschool. In addition, the
school utilizes 'learning centers' and uses the WEE Learn curriculum.
Pictured is 3-year-old Isaac Titus sharing a story with friends Adie White
and Collin Bishop-Karney (from left). For information, call Debby
Aldridge, director, at 321-438-1465.


Wi -erer


The Boy Scouts Honor Guard from Den 4, Pack 225, led the opening
ceremony at the Windermere Elementary Open House. Parents had an
opportunity to receive construction updates on the latest renovation
project and visit with their children's teachers. Pictured are: (back row)
Kelvin Muniz, Hayes Hartog and Charles Martini; and (front row) Luke
Hardeback and Anthony Schultes.


Books needed
The ESOL Department at Lakeview
Middle School needs children's books
written in Spanish, Chinese and Ko-
rean languages. To make a book do-
nation, call Evelyn Villalba at 407-877-
5010, Ext. 268 or bring the books to the
school office. The school is located at
1200 W. Bay St., Winter Garden, Fla.
34787.

Lakeview Basketball schedule
for 2005-06
Monday, Oct. 31, girls 6th grade,
against Robinswood at home at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 2, boys 6th grade,
against Apopka at home at 5 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 7, girls 6th grade,
against Piedmont Lakes, at home at 5
p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 9, boys 6th grade,
against Ocoee at home at 5 p.m.
No game Nov. 14.
Wednesday, Nov. 16, boys 6th
grade, at Robinswood at 5 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 21, girls 6th grade at
Apopka at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 28, boys 6th
grade at Piedmont Lakes at 5 p.m.
The tournament is scheduled for
Nov. 30 and Dec. 5, 7, and 10 with
times to be announced.

New Partner in Education
Interface Financial Group signed on
as a new Partner in Education for
Lakeview Middle School. The faculty,
staff and students thank the compa-
ny for the partnership and gift certifi-
cates.


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Southwest Middle School has completed its successful magazine fund-raiser, bringing in more than $20,000
to support school programs. Students who sold at least 12 subscriptions by the 1st turn-in day, or a total of
20 during the drive, were treated to a limousine ride and lunch at CiCi's Pizza in Lake Buena Vista. Sixth-
graders Katherine Breese, Amanda Pietrzak, Ashley Diedirch, Amy Labrecque, Jecoliah Pratt, Tina Huang,
Shelbi Sellers, Viana Segarra and Parisa Moradi (from left) are some of the 46 students who reached this
goal.


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Administrator Andy Jackson congratulates West Orange High's Warriors of the Month for October (1-r) Bri-
ana Gulley (freshman), support person Sondra Morris, Mark Heiss (sophomore), Brittany Frey (junior) and
teacher Vernon Hair. Not pictured is senior Melanie Winter. Students receive a $10 gift card to AMC Movie
Theater, and adults receive a $20 gift card to Olive Garden.


School Advisory Council
The function of the West Orange
High School Advisory Council is to
advance quality educational op-
portunities for all students and to
foster school and community rela-


tionships.
Meetings are held the first Tues-
day of every month at 7 p.m. in the
media center. All meetings are
open to the public, and member-
ship is encouraged. The SAC has


many important functions, such as
working on school improvements,
school budget and school recogni-
tion.
For more information, call John
Linehan at 407-905-2414.


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Announcements

ABSOLUTE LAND AUC-
TION. Cleveland county, NC.
Lawndale community. 50
miles west of Charlotte, NC.
Tracts 10 to 28 acres, open and
wooded land with creek
frontage. Perfect for horses.
Auction Nov. 5, 10am held at
Burns Sr. High School. See
details at www.woltz.com or
call 800/551-3588 for
brochure. Woltz & Associates,
Inc., Brokers & Auctioneers
(NC#7560) Roanoke, VA.
fcan20

AUCTION NOVEMBER 15,
10am. 226+/- acres, irrigated,
farm equipment, steel ware-
house. 10% BP Rowell Auc-
tions, Inc. 800/323-8388.
www.rowellauctions.com.
GAL AU-C002594. fcan20

CLASSIC ROCK & Blues
band for hire. "LAST
CHANCE". Call Tom @
407/721-4056 or Jim @
407/697-0224. 10/27jb

MEALS ON WHEELS is
looking for volunteers for
Winter Garden area. Please
call Madeline 407/654-5161
ext. 28 or 407/295-9248. tfn

OCTOBER BEAD FESTS.
Oct. 29th, 30th. Ft. Myers,
Clarion Hotel. Announcing
Palm Beach Gardens Nov. 4th,
5th, & 6th Amara Shrine Tem-
ple. Bead, PMC & wire wrap!
ping classes available. Info at
www.OctoberBeadFests.com
or 866/667-3232. fcan20

ONE CALL STANDS BE-
TWEEN YOUR business and
millions of potential cus-
tomers. Place your ad for just
$450 (25 words) $10 each ad-
ditional word and your ad will
be placed in 150 papers. Call
The West Orange Times at
407/656-2121 and ask Jackie
about placing an ad thru Flori-
da Classified Advertising Net-
work. tfn


030
Personal

IMMEDIATE CASH! US
Pension Funding pays cash
now for 8 years of your future
pension payments. Call
800/586-1325 for a free, no
obligation estimate, www.us-
pensionfunding.com. fcan20

HUNT ELK, RED Stag,
Whitetail, Buffalo. Season
opens 3/31/06. Guaranteed
hunting license, $5. We have
a no-game, no pay policy. Call
days 314/209-9800. Evenings
314/293-0610. fcan20

WE CAN REMOVE negative
credit from credit reports. Li-
censed, bonded and members
of Florida West Coast Better
Business Bureau. Over 10 yrs.
in business, www.creditre-
pairtoday.com. 866/wow-my-
credit. fcan20.


035
Schools and
Instruction

EARN DEGREE ONLINE
from home. Medical, Busi-
ness, Paralegal, computers, job
placement assistance. Com-
puter & financial aid if quali-
fy. 866/858-2121. www.on-
linetidewatertech.com. fcan20


040
Business
Opportunities

ALL AREAS 4K + business-
es. Florida-business-
broker.com. BDR Business
Brokers. DeArmond Realty.
407/654-7979. 11/3bd

ALL CASH BUSINESS. Lo-
cal candy vending route. $50k
/yr. potential. Includes 30 ma-
chines + candy, $9,895.
800/704-5414.
HO5002327523. fcan20

ALL CASH CANDY route.
Do you earn $800/day? 30 ma-
chines, free candy. All for
$9,995. 888/629-9968.
B02000033. Call us. We will
not be undersold. fcan20

ARE YOU LOOKING for an
avenue to impact your future?
If so, I have a business pro-
posal that pays you 5 ways.
Please call 407/287-9538,
407/948-6783.10/27pc

AUTO REPAIR SHOP busi-
ness for sale. For more infor-
mation contact 407/877-8063
or 407/808-2306. 10/20hk

LOCAL VENDING ROUTE.
Soda, snacks, candy, juices,
water, great equip. and loca-
tions. Financing available


w/$7500 down. Call 877/843-
8726. B02002-037. fcan20

ORANGE COUNTY CHOP-
PERS distributors needed for
OCC Energy drink product.
$15,000 req'd. for inventory.
Protected teryiroty &TV ex-
posure. You can't lose.
888/216-5831. fcan20

SERIOUS EN-
TREPRENEUR? This is it.
Most powerful compensation
plan on the planet. No selling.
Not MLM. Proven way to earn
a very substantial income. Call
800/775-0723. www.Win-
Window.com. fcan20


050
Health/Diet/Beauty

IS STRESS RUINING your
life? Read Dianetics by Ron
L. Hubbard. Call 813/872-
0722 or sent $7.99 to Dianet-
ics, 3102 N. Habana Ave.,
Tampa, FL. 33607. fcan20


070
Lost and Found

LOST: GOLDEN RETREIV-
ER. (Ginger) 1 yr. old, female,
Ocoee M. School area. Very
upset child's pet. 321/228-
3757. 10/20re





100
General Office

OFFICE HELP one day-a-
week. Must know computer.
Winter Garden. 407-656-2434.

ADMIN. ASST. FOR con-
struction co. General office
duties. Experienced in con-
struction preferred. Fax re-
sume to 407/656-0524.
10/20cfl

BOOKKEEPER. QUICK-
BOOKS A must, construction
helpful, full time, bi-lingual
helpful. Fax resume with
salary requirements. 407/905-
8152. 10/13sr

CLERICAL/SECRETARY,
part-time, may lead to full
time, proficient in Microsoft
Office, Forefront a plus. Apply
in person 8-4 or fax resume to
407/656-7979. 10/20ae

CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES. Win-
ter Garden. FT, previous call
center/customer service expe-
rience req'd. Exc. computer
skills, detail & deadline ori-
ented. Team player. Fax or
email resume 407/654-8451
or patricial@djbimports.com.
tfndjb

RECEPTIONIST/APOPKA.
Bilingual, good phone, typing,
computer skills. Fax resume
407/886-5304. EOE. 10/13hip

SECRETARY/DISPATCH-
ER. P/T, 32 hrs p/wk. Will
train. 407/656-2624. tfncs


105
Domestic

HOUSEKEEPER. FIT. Qual-
ity Health Care Center is look-
ing for a housekeeper to join
our housekeeping team. Day
shift, health and dental bene-
fits are available. Apply in per-
son at 12751 West Colonial
Drive in Winter Garden. Ap-
plicant will undergo back-
ground check and drug test
upon hiring. EOE, Drug Free
WorkPlace, 10/13qhc

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
WITH a professional house-
cleaning company for MA-
TURE, ENERGETIC home-
makers. Start $9.00/hr. NO
nights or weekends. Each ap-
plicant needs a car. Drug free
workplace. Winter Garden.
Call 407/877-7738 after 9:00
a.m. 10/27cc

LOOKING FOR THE best
house cleaners, full or part
time. Best pay plan. Call Bet-
ter Home Cleaning 407/290-
6188. 10/27bcs

NANNY HOUSEKEEPER
needed in Ocoee, $250/wk.
Tues-Sat. Noon to 8 p.m. Must
have own car. Experienced,
references. Reliable and trust-
worthy. Two children, mother
in home. 407-466-8244.
11/11mb


110
Crafts/Skills/Trade

AUTO TECH. BUSY inde-
pendent repair facility now hir-
ing. 407/293-0723.10/13bas

CARPENTRY FRAMERS
WANTED. Paid weekly, ex-
perience needed. Tel: Bob
321/228-5295 or 407/299-
7086. 10/20bec


GENERAL:
010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
030 PERSONALS
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
090 MISCELLANEOUS
EMPLOYMENT:
100 GENERAL OFFICE
105 DOMESTIC
110 CRAFT/SKILLS/TRADE
120 LABOR
130 MEDICAL
132 LEGAL
135 PROFESSIONAL
136 RELIGIOUS
140 RESTAURANT/HOTEL/MOTEL
150 RETAIL
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY
160 MISCELLANEOUS
165 PART-TIME
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


MERCHANDISE:
200 ITEMS FOR SALE
220 COLLECTIBLES
240 GARAGE/YARD SALE
280 ITEMS WANTED
PETS:
300 ANIMALS FOR SALE
340 FREETO GOOD HOME
380 PET SERVICES & SUPPLIES
VEHICLES:
400 AUTOS FOR SALE
401 TRADES
405 ACCESSORIES
410 AUTO PARTS
420 AUTO SERVICES & REPAIR
430 TRUCKS & VANS
440 RVS& TRAVEL TRAILERS
450 MOTORCYCLES
455 EQUIPMENT
460 BOATS
470 BOAT PARTS
480 VEHICLES WANTED


SERVICE:
500 MEDICAL & HEALTH
505 DETECTIVE
510 FLORAL & HOME
PHOTOGRAPHY
515 MUSIC & PHOTOGRAPHY
520 ACCOUNTING
/BOOKKEEPING
525 INSURANCE
530 CHILDCARE
540 CLEANING
550 MOVING & HAULING
560 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
570 LAWN & TREE
575 TOWING
580 REPAIRS
585 MISCELLANEOUS
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT:
600 HOMES
610 CONDO & TOWNHOUSE
620 APARTMENT & DUPLEXES
625 ROOMS/EFFICIENCY
630 ROOMMATES


640 WAREHOUSE
650 COMMERCIAL
655 INCOME PROPERTY
670 VACATION
690 MOBILE HOME
695 WANTED
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE:
700 HOMES
710 CONDO &TOWNHOUSES
720 COMMERCIAL
730 WATERFRONT
740 LOTS& ACREAGE.
750 OUT-OF-STATE
760 MOBILE HOMES
770 REAL ESTATE WANTED
800 SCHOOL & INSTRUCTION
810 REAL ESTATE WANTED
820 MISCELLANEOUS


FOR CLSIIE 3D CALL 0765*221o AX 47-66-675 DEDLIE:3UESAY O


CARPENTERS/HELPERS
custom framing, exp. Steve
321-228-3248.

CDLA OTR DRIVERS
teams, .50 cpm solos .34 cpm.
100% drop & hook. Health
benefits, assigned equipment
req. 1 yr. OTR Hazmat & dou-
bles. 321/202-4406. fcan20

COMMERCIAL CON-
STRUCTION PUNCH-Out.
Must have experience in dry-
wall, metal framing, carpen-
try, etc. Must have own tools
and valid DL. Starting @ $14
per hour. 407/264-0100.
11/31c

DELIVER FEMA RV'S for
pay. A national RV delivery
service has immediate needs
for qualified contractors to de-
liver "new" RV trailers from
factories and dealers to hurri-
cane relief sites. This is a great
way for you to help the vic-
tims. Please log on today:
www.horizontransport.com.
fcan20

DISPATCHER: CLER-
MONT' BASED trucking
company seeks Dispatcher
with excellent customer ser-
vice skills. Exp. with comput-
erized system a plus, must pos-
sess good communications
skills. Bi-Lingual a plus. Ex-
cellent benefits. Fax resume to
407/656-6853 or e-mail
lsims@titanamerica.com.
E.O.E. 10/20t.

DRIVER. CLASS A local,
equip, transport. Needs some
mechanic skills. Clean MVR
$12/hr. WG Grassing
407/877-0709. 11/10wgg

DRIVER. SOD, CLASS A.
Local, clean MVR $40k plus
benefits. Off road and forklift
exp. req'd. WG Grassing
407/877-0709. tfnwgg

DRIVER-COVENANT
TRANSPORT. Excellent pay
& benefits for experienced
drivers, 0/0, solos, teams &
graduate students. Bonuses
available Refrigerated now
available. 888/morepay
(888/667-3729). fcan20

DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL-
Class B. Central Fl. Ready
Mix. Call 352/394-1878.
tfncfrm

DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL
required. Apply in person:
Johnsons Wrecker Service,
500 Wilmer Ave. Orlando. No
phone calls. tfnj.

DRIVER-NOW HIRING
qualified drivers for central Fl.
Local & national OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps, great ben-
efits, competitive pay & new
equipment. Need 2 yrs. exp.
Call Bynum Transport for
your opportunity today.
800/741-7950. fcan20

EXP. CLASS A drivers. In
state food service delivery.
Sun/Fri. nights. Lifting re-
quired. Food service or bev-
erage exp. a plus. $500 signing
bonus. Accuracy bonus, 401k,
pd. holidays & vacations. Call
Nicole @ Kelly Foods, Winter
Garden. 407/654-0500. tfnkf

EXPERIENCED ROOFERS
& Laborers wanted. Call
407/656-3169. 11/10sr

FRAMERS NEEDED IM-
MEDIATELY. Great pay &
benefits. Experience required.
Call 407/383-8416. 10/20sn

F/T & P/T STUFFERS need-
ed at our location near Winter
Garden. Fax 407/654-8451.
tfndjb

HEAVY TOW-TRUCK op-
erator. Experience req'd. Class
A CDL required. Apply in per-
son. 500 Wilmer Ave. tfni.

GOLF COURSE WORKER.


FT/PT work. Apply in person:
2501 McKinnon, Windermere.
Golf privileges available. Hrs.
5am-lpm. 407/876-1814. tfn-
wcc

IMMEDIATE OPENING
FOR satellite installer. Must
have truck and tools. 2 yrs.
exp. required. 352/394-1478.
10/13dsc

INSTALLATION ASSIS-
TANT NEEDED for natural
gas company in Winter Gar-
den. This position involves
piping duties, as well as some
service functions. Experience
desired but will train the right
applicant. Competitive pay
and benefits. Call Dahlia @
407/656-2734, ext. 113, or
email dahlia@lakeapopkanat-
uralgas.org. EOE. tfnang

LABORER/DRIVER Class D
license required. Full-time.
Needs clean driving record.
Excellent pay and benefit
package. Guaranteed salary.
No experience needed. Will
train. Apply in person at Qual-
il Vaults, 751 S. Bluford
. Ave., Ocoee. 9-4. 10/13qv

LEAD OPERATOR. WE will
train you on our laser engrav-
ing machine. Must be reliable,
& have good attention to detail.
You will be responsible for su-
pervising up to 4 employees
in production operations. 1 yr.
supervisory exp. preferred. FIT
w/benefits. Please fax work
history to Mr. Wehmeier
407/654-8451. tfndjb

MAINTENANCE DIREC-
TOR. Quality Health Care
Center in Winter Garden is
120-bed, 5-star Skilled Nurs-
ing Facility. We are looking
for a Maintenance Director
with a minimum of 5 years ex-
perience required in Florida
regulations in
fire/safety/AC/electrical/plumb
ing. Excellent salary + benefits
with bonus potential. Fax re-
sume to 407/877-2639.
EOE/DFWP. 10/20qhc

PRODUCTION WORKERS
NEEDED. For 1st & 2nd
shifts in W.G. area. FIT w/ben-
efits. Fax 407/654-8451. tfnd-
jb

RACHELiS COLLISION
CENTER seeking experienced
I-CAR auto body and paint
techs. Due to increase in busi-
ness we are looking for addi-
tional help at our Oakland lo-
cation. Call 407-905-2885 or
fax/e-mail resume to 407-905-
2887 or
employment@rachelscolli-
sion.com.

S/E & 3-state run. T/T drivers.
Home weekends. Mileage pay,
benefits, 401k. Trainees wel-
come. Miami area-exp. req. 21
min/age/Class A CDL. Cy-
press Truck Lines. 800/545-
1351 fcan20

STABLE CAREER. IMME-
DIATE openings. Positions
available for exp. CDL hold-
ers. Also company funded
truck driver training offered.
Financial assistance for hurri-
cane victims. 877/prime-job.
www.primeinc.com. fcan20

SCALE HOUSE CON-
TROLLERS, Loader Opera-
tors and Laborer. Rinker Ma-
terials is currently seeking a
Scale House Controller, Load-
er Operator and Laborer for
our Tulley Durarock Plant. We
are also seeking a Loader Op-
erator and a Scalehouse Con-
troller for our Center Hill
Plant. Operators must have
some heavy equipment expe-
rience and tha ability to per-
form routine maintenance. Pri-
or industrial experience pre-
ferred. Excellent pay and ben-
efits package available! Please
apply in person or call: 530
West Kings Hwy, Center Hill,
FL 352-796-3522, Ext. 5.
EEO/DFW.


TOW TRUCK DRIVER.
Class D CDL, must live in
West Orange County.
407/656-2624. tfncs

WATER DAMAGE TECH-
NICIAN. ServiceMaster has
immediate openings. Exp. a
plus, but will train. Must have
a clean driving record/drug
free workplace. 352/243-1763
or fax resume 352/243-4531.
10/13sm

WINTER GARDEN APART-
MENT Community looking
for FT maintenance/grounds
helper. $9/hr. + benefits. Call
407/656-7162 for more infor-
mation. EOE. tfnisa


130
Medical

CHAIRSIDE ORTHO AS-
SISTANT: Position is avail-
able immediately and experi-
ence is needed. Approx 36
hours per week with excellent
benefits and salary. Please fax
resume to 407-909-3004.

STERILIZATION TECH:
Looking for a hard working
team player wanting to learn
the dental field. Experience
would be a plus, but will train
the right person. Excellent
salary and benefits. Fax re-
sume to 407-909-3004.

FRONT DESK. Medical of-
fice in Ocoee. Bilingual pre-
ferred. Fax resume to 407/226-
9804.10/20od

MEDICAL ASST. FOR der-
matology practice in Ocoee
and Orlando. Bilingual pre-
ferred. Fax resume to 407/226-
9804. 10/13od

ORTHODONTIC ASSIS-
TANT NEEDED. Universal
Studios area ortho office seeks
chair side assistant. Exp pre-
ferred, but will train the right
person. Exc: salary & bene-
fits. Call 407/363-4800 or fax
resume to 407/876-6085.
10/27drg

ORTHO CHAIRSIDE ASST.
Exp. preferred, F/T, approx.
36 hrs. p/wk. Needs to be a
team player, exc. salary and
benefits. Please call 407/909-
3003 or fax resume to
407/909-3004. 11/10dro

PT MEDICAL-RECEP-
TIONIST in Ocoee area. Fax
resume to 407/296-1018.
10/20ks

STERILIZATION TECH:
F/T position available, exp. a
plus, but will train the right
person. Fax resume to
407/909-3004. 11/10dro


135
Professional

THE TOWN OF OAKLAND
is seeking applicants for a
Dean for the Oakland Charter
School. Interested applicants
should submit letter of appli-
cation, resume and the names
and telephone numbers of
three references to:

Town of Oakland
Attn. Town Manager
P.O. Box 98
Oakland, FL 34760

Full job description may be
viewed at http://www.oak-
townusa.com. Closing date is
October 31, 2005. The Town
is an equal opportunity em-
ployer.

NOW HIRING CDA certified
Teachers & Director. Full-time
position. 407/877-3332.
10/201b

POLICE OFFICER: OAK-
LAND Police Department.
Must be 21 yrs old, US citi-
zen, high school
diploma/GED. Associate's De-
gree preferred, no convictions


involving domestic violence,
perjury or other felonies or re-
lated misdemeanors. Benefits
include 11 paid holidays, va-
cation, training, overtime, re-
tirement, medical & life in-
surance plans. Contact Mrs.
Guthrie at 407/656-9797 for
application. EOE. 10/20too

WINNING ATTITUDE! CSR
w/440 needed for small insur-
ance office. Insurance profes-
sional with excellent customer
service skills in addition to ex-
cellent written and verbal com-
munications skills. Possess
strong computer/data entry
skills and telephone skills.
Must have office experience,
detail oriented, research skills,
strong initiate and ability to
work with a "team" concept.
Experience preferred 1-2
years. Contact Victorina
321/356-7529. 10/27vm


140
Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

CHEF/COOK FULLTIME
experienced cook for busy
Winter Garden caft. Great
working hours. Call Melanie
at 407-905-5718.

DELI COOK. GOOD hours,
good pay, Experience pre-
ferred. Cashier, good pay,
some exp. preferred. 4 days
p/wk Food service at the auto
auction. Call 407/947-6327 for
appt tfnafs

Dishwasher & light prep.
Needed during daytime for
Winter Garden cafE. Call
Melanie at 407-905-5718.

EXPERIENCED HOST &
SERVERS. 18 yrs. old & up.
Apply in person: Ginza
Japanese Steakhouse, Inc.
8933 W. Colonial Dr., Ocoee.
407/523-8338. 10/27gs_


160
General
Employment

CONSTRUCTION HELPER
NEEDED for natural gas com-
pany in Winter Garden. Com-
petitive pay and benefits. Call
.Dahlia @ 407/656-2734, ext.
113, or email
dahlia @lakeapopkanatural-
gas.org. EOE. TFNIang

ESCORT. QUALITY
HEALTH Care Center in Win-
ter Garden is looking for es-
corts to accompany our resi-
dents to medical appointments
outside our facility. Trans-
portation will be provided by
the facility. The escort will be
scheduled and paid per ap-
pointment. Please submit your
application at 12751 West


Colonial Drive in Winter Gar-
den. 10/20qhc

EXP. OFFICE & kennel help.
P/T & F/T. Apply in person
Puppy Dreams Pet Hotel, 703.
S. Vineland Rd., W.G.
10/27pd

LOOKING FOR great bene-
fits with a great working en-
vironment? The Roper YMCA
Family Center is growing and
needs PT/FT staff in Mainte-
nance, Custodial & Child De-
velopment. Come by at 100
Windermere Rd., Winter Gar-
den for an application or call
407/656-6430 for more info.
10/27rymca

MOVIE EXTRAS, ACTORS
& models. Make $75-
$250/day. All ages and faces
wanted. No exp. req'd. FT/PT.
800/714-7565. fcan20



SCALE HOUSE
OPERATOR
& LABORER
Rinker Materials is cur-
rently seeking a Scale
House Operator for our
Tulley Durarock Plant.
Candidates must be able
to operate heavy equip-
ment, perform routine
maintenance and cross-
train into different areas
of the mining environ-
ment. Prior industrial ex-
perience preferred. Also
how hiring for a Labor-
er. Please apply in person
at:
1600 Johns Lake Rd.
Clermont, FL
EEO/DFW



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10 Immediate Openings
Great Pay.
Great Benefits.
Great Hometime.
6Mo. T/T Experience &
Class A CDL Required.



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Call Doug Today at:
1-800-587-1964
epestransport.com


200
Items for Sale


Central Florida's largest
distributor of Ceramics
Tile, Porcelain, Traver-
tine, Slate and other
products is having a

TWO-DAY
BLOWOUT SALE!
Saturday, October 22
8:00am 4:00pm
Sunday, October 23
12:00pm 4:00pm

Trinity Tile Group Orlando
4337 Dardanelle Drive
Orlando, FL 32808
407-521-6655


ALL STEEL BLDGS. Up to
50% off. Engineered for hur-
ricane coast! Ship factory di-
rect for quick delivery. 24x30
up to 100x200. Call now.
800/499-6401, Eddie. fcan20

BRAND NEW MEN'S moun-
tain bike. Trek 4300 Alpha su-


Asst. Finance Director
Bldg. Inspector I & II
Code Enforcement Officer
Engineering Inspector II
Groundskeeper
Instrument Control Tech
Mechanic II
Solid Waste Operator

Additional openings and
applications are available
online at www.cwgdn.com
or apply in person at

City Hall 251
W. Plant St., Winter
Garden, FL 34787
The City of Winter Garden is an
equal opportunity employer.


165
Part-Time

NURSERY ATTENDANT.
To provide child care for chil-
dren 0-5 yrs. in a controlled,
Christian environment of love
and acceptance during church
services at Salem Lutheran
Church. Hours are Sunday
mornings from 7:45 am-12:15
pm. Christmas and Easter will
involve extra services. Must
be at least 18 years old, CPR
knowledge is desirable, and
needs to clear background
checks. $10 per hour. Contact
Eric Schubert at 407/962-
0846. 10/27sl

PROFESSIONAL HOUSE-
CLEANING COMPANY
now hiring! $9/hr. plus pd.
mileage. Mon.-Fri, daytime
only. Each applicant needs a
car. Drug free workplace. Call
407/877-7738 after 9 a.m.
10/20ce

PARTIME DELIVERY driv-
er needed. Call for informa-
tion. 407-877-8889.




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care le.u-ning center in Winier Giuden seeks
enthu-iastic indi dualjs h'? are conunitted
to the education of N 'ung
children
Full ume and part Lime position, are
a aljable in infant and roddler room'n
CDA preferred but not requLred
\''lll our ebille to tour r r center and
learn more about Children's Lighthouse
and tihu e\citng rrunJuri Lof People of Faith
Church.

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Bethesda Lutheran Homes
and Services, Inc. EOE

Needs enthusiastic, cheerful individuals

Part-Time and work as needed
for rewarding work
w/people w/disabilities
1 yr. experience in care giving or 30 hrs.
related college, or combination. Valid
driver's license/good driving record.

Ph: 1 800 220-0423 ext. 4044
Fax: 281-351-5897
pmorrison@blhs.org 102705


per light aluminum, size:
19.5", Tires: Bontrager Con-
nection Trail 26 x 2.0", 8 '
speed, $300. Call 407/877-
0702. 10/20cb

BUILDING SALE. "Last
chance". 20x26 now $3955;
25x30 now $5700; 30x40,
$8300; 40x60, $12,900. Many
others. Meets 140 mph higher
avail. One end included. Pio-
neer 800/668-5422. fcan20

(2) RASCAL SCOOTERS,
$500 each. Excellent condi-
tion. Debi, 407-656-5438.

CORRUGATED STEEL
ROOFING for Barns, Boat
Docks, Shops, etc. Also Cul-
vert Pipe: 15"x20,' 18"x20'.
Surplus Steel & Supply, Inc.
Apopka. Call for pricing.
407/293-5788. tfnss.

BABY CRIB and changing
table. Maple Spindle style.
Mattress included. $100. 407-
654-3394. 10/20r

METAL ROOFING. SAVE i
$$$ buy direct from manufac-
turer. 20 colors in stock with all
accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery available. A
Toll free 888/393-0335.
fcan20

PAINT SPRAYERS, camper,
2 smokers, ladders. Too much
to list. 407/877-3140. ll/10fd

PIANO. GEORGE STECK
cabinet. Nice tone, $500. Call
407/376-7202. 10/13ec

RUG. INDIA KASHAN Ori-
ental. 12'x18'. New, never
used. Hand made. New
Zealand wood. Ivory w/blue
& pink pastel flower pattern.
$2200. MUST SELL-MAKE
ANY REASONABLE OF-
FER. 407/654-7718. tfnjd

SOFA, LOVESEAT, CHAIR
w/ottoman, beige w/blue de-
sign, plus 2 table lamps. Exc.
cond. $500. 407/876-8945.
10/13ig/

TRAMPOLINE. $75.
407/656-9554 or 407/697-
2386. 10/20ma

WROUGHT IRON
KITCHEN set w/4 chairs,
$150; 2 patio sets, $50 &
$120; crib, $45, ceiling fan,
$20. 407/469-3224. 10/13dk


240
Garage/Yard
Sales







Clothing, toys, equipment,
maternity. 30 families.
Oct. 21-Oct. 23
Fri & Sat 9am-2pm
Sunday llam-2pm
Butler Bay Rec. Center
11465 Park Ave.
Windermere
Info. 407-247-8804


COMMUNITY YARD
SALE, Weekend of Oct. 22 or
Nov. 5, (due to Wilma) 8-4
p.m. In Lakeview Village, (E.
Flewelling & Ocoee Hills Rd.)
Sale to benefit survivors of
hurricanes Katrina & Rita, and
now possibly Wilma. Spon-
soredby Keller Williams Clas-
sic Realty, 3300 S. Hiawassee
Rd. Orlando, FL. 32835. For
more information, call Sandra
Akers @ 407-923-1199.

OCOEE Multi-family yard
sale. Sat Oct. 22.7 a.m., 1234
Russell Dr.

WINTER GARDEN 300 S.


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SALE DUE TO HEALTH, 15
-gallon spray tank, 150 lb. fer-
Stilizer spreader. Chain saws,
PVC lawn chairs, misc furni-
ture, unusual decorative table,
misc. 407-656-2285.
WINDERMERE GROVES
Fri. & Sat. 8-1. Lamps, toys
clothes. Proform treadmill.
$100. Noritake dishes, $100.
YARD SALE Saturday &
Sunday, 1938 Clarcona-Ocoee
Rd., 11/5 mi. North of Silver
Star. Household items, cloth-
ing, wheelchair, large avaca-
S dos, 407-748-6558. 8/20m

280
Items Wanted
DONATIONS NEEDED!!
Helping Kids Thrift & Gift
needs your donations. We will
gladly accept your donations of
used furniture, collectibles,
household items, books and
gently worn clothing. We pro-
S vide financial assistance to
S The Children's Wish Founda-
Stion and The Center for Griev-
ing Children. We'd be happy to


Woodland St. Sat. Oct. 22, 8
a.m. to 1 p.m.
WINTER GARDEN 107 Tra-
ditions off of Bay St. Furni-
ture, clothing. A little bit of
everything. Wed, Thur, Fri 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. 10/20
FALL FESTIVAL West Or-
ange Baptist Church, Oakland,
200 S. Tubb St., Nov 5, 2005
from 12-3. Free fun on big in-
flatable slide & moonwalk,
horse rides, hayrides, games;
small charge for BBQ lunch
and bake sale. Bluegrass and
gospel music by performing
goup Sonrise.
GARAGE SALE Boys clothes
0-2T, toys, king bed,
tables/chairs, misc. Everything
must go! 2712 Cabemet Circle
in the Vineyards Subdivision
near the new Ocoee High
School.


pick up your donation. To
schedule a pick-up, please call
407/648-8393. Your donations
help a child, tfn
HOPE CARTER SCHOOL
THRIFT STORE NEEDS
YOUR HELP Cooler weather
is upon us and we are in need
of warm clothing. There are a
lot of people who come to our
store for the winter with fam-
ilies with no warm clothing.
We need winter coats, fleece
jackets, polo and sweat pants
and long sleeve shirts for men.
CAN YOU HELP? 67 Dillard
St. Winter Garden, 407-877-
9777.
WE BUY GOLD, diamonds
and any broken jewelry &
watches. 407/296-6999. tfns



JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing
SCRAP
BATTERIES
500 EACH

510 E. HWY 50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588


300
Pets

ENGLISH MASTIFF. 3 yr.
old male. Champion lines He
only needs 3 points for his
championship. He is health
tested. Great with kids, house
broken, obedience trained.
Does not like other male dogs.
$2500. 352/793-8737.
10/271s
1 + YR. OLD bare-eyed Cock-
atoo. Small, quiet and very
loving. Cage included. $600.
407/697-2114. 11/3se


340
Free to Good
Home
LARGE 3-YEAR-OLD Fe-
male Cat, white/multi-colored,
declawed, fixed. Prefer older
children/adults. 407-287-9749.
2-YEAR-OLD Female Guinea
Pig. All black with cage. 407-
287-9749.

430
Trucks & Vans
2001 HONDA PASSPORT.
Exc. cond. 62k miles. Leather
interior. $9900. 407/295-
5318. 10/27pc.
1999 FORD E150 cargo van.
Auto, 6 cyl., a/c, new tires.
$2600.407-654-4045.

440
RV's and Travel
Trailers
1999 HOLIDAY RAMBLER
Vacationer motor home, 32'
(no slides). 17,000 miles. Exc.
cond. Generator, powerjacks.
$33,000, obo. 407/656-3751.
10/27jk

460
Boats

21i ROBALO 193 C.C. Sport-
fisher. i98 Mercury EFI do4
Proformance trailer, many ex-
trafs, 407-656-5438.






500
Medical & Health
IN HOME HEALTHCARE.
Specializing in bathing & re-
habilitation. Certified Nursing
Assistant. Harlys Home
Health, 407/654-7855 or


321/436-2629. 10/27hhh

528
Legal

ALL ACCIDENTS & injury
claims. Automobile,
bike/boat/bus, animal bites,
workers compensation,
wrongful death, nursing home
injuries. Protect your rights.
A-A-A Attorney Referral Ser-
vice 800/733-5342. fcan20
DIVORCE $275-$350 covers
children, etc. Only one signa-
ture req'd. Excludes govt. fees.
Call weekdays. 800/462-2000,
ext. 600. 8am-7pm. Alta Di-
vorce, LLC. Established 1977.
fcan20
NEED A LAWYER? All
criminal defense & person an
injury. Felonies, domestic vi-
olence, misdemeanors, DUI,
traffic, auto accident, wrong-
ful death. "Protect Your
Rights" A-A-A Attorney Re-
ferral Service. 800/733-5342.
fcan20

530
Childcare
CHILDCARE IN MY Ocoee
home. Up to 5 yrs. Flex. hrs.
Will work weekends. Exc. ref-
erences. Teresa 407/654-3412.
11ll/lltk
CHILDCARE IN MY home.
Ocoee area. 30 yrs. exp.
$100/wk. 407/293-5676.
10/20jk
CHILDCARE PROVIDED in
my Ocoee home. Infants and
up (baby sizes) 407-656-9282
OR 407-491-3677.

540
Cleaning
HANDS IN CARE house-
keeping & more. General
cleaning, deep cleaning, run-
ning errands, etc. Free estimate


call Linda 321/689-7783.
10/271w
HOUSECLEANING. IF
YOU need any cleaning done,
I'll clean your Clermont home.
352/223-8981. 10/27sw
PROFESSIONAL WINDOW
CLEANING. Home or office.
23 yrs. experience. White
Glove Cleaning. 407/656-
8439. 10/20wgc
HOME OR OFFICE Low
prices! Excellent references.
6 days/wk. Please call Al-
isa/Janet at 407-448-4290.

560
Home
Improvement


WELL DRILL
PUMPS
Smith Brothers
Marshall Farms Rd.
OCOEE
656-5883 or
656-4394
Licensed Bonded
Water or no Pay
Servicing all of Central Florida


S.E. Dollen, Inc.
Winter Garden longest es-
tablished electrical con-
tractor serving
Central FL since 1983.
All Service Techs are
LICENSED
Journeymen and Master
Electricians.
For professional results
and competitive rates call
407-656-5818
EC 13001719

HANDYMAN SERVICE
AVAILABLE. Drywall, trim
work, carpentry, painting,


pressure washing, custom tile
work, kitchen cabinetry work,
etc. 321/388-1330. 11/lOrp

580
Repairs

ALL BRAND APPLIANCE
Repair. We service refrigera-
tors, ice-makers, washers, dry-
ers, ranges, stoves, and more.
35 yrs. experience. Same day
service. 2 yr. warranty. No ser-
vice charge with repair.
407/259-9514. 10/27abar
APOPKA APPLIANCE.
COMPLETE in home service.
Full 2 yr. warranty on all parts.
Honest, dependable & rea-
sonable prices. 407/886-2255,
407/497-7458. Used appli-
ances available. 11/3da







600
Homes for Rent
BRAND NEW. 4/2/2 in Win-
ter Garden. 2,003 sq.
ft.$1500/mo. Call 407/810-
8268 for details. 10/20bs
OCOEE AREA Off Wurst Rd.
3/1 CHA, fenced back yard.
$850/mo. (first and last and
security. 321-229-4103.

610
Condo & Town
Homes

WINTER GARDEN. LOW-
EST price for best value in
Daniel's Landing. 2/2.5, up-
grades, water view in back,
W/D incl., basic cable con-
nection, alarm, clubhouse
w/pool, fitness ctr., 1320 sq.
ft. $1050/mo. 954-854-6943.
10/27pr


625
Rooms/Efficiency
EFFICIENCY APTS FOR
rent. By week. 407/656-8124.
tfnrs
ROOM WITH PRIVATE
bath near Health Central. One
person, no pets. Background
check. $135/wk. plus electric-
ity. Owner/broker. 407/425-
2225. 10/20hs

630
Roommates
ROOM FOR RENT. Cler-
mont. Near Target. Responsi-
ble, non-smoker. Gated.
Garage entry. Own bed/bath.
Female preferred $395/mo in-
cludes all. $250 deposit.
407/877-9450. 10/20rl

640
Warehouse
BOAT & RV Storage. $50 a
month. 321/948-0211.
11/3mpb

650
Commercial
FOR RENT: 2700 sq. ft. of-
fice/warehouse in Countyline
Industrial Park. Dock high.
Great location. Call 352/394-
5364. tfnclp
LIVING WATERS
CHURCH. 120 West McKey
St., Ocoee. Full use of church
facility available during week-
day nights and weekends.
Contact Ken Artigas at
407/877-5970, ext. 206.
10/271wc
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
space. 1300 sq. ft. Brand new,
great location. Good Homes
& Old Winter Garden Rd.
407/851-1261. 11/3dpa
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
SPACE in Oakland. 370 sq.
ft./$675 incl.utilities. Call


407/656-8211. 10/13jdp
31 S. Main St. 2nd floor of-
fice spaces avail. Starting @
$350 a month. 407/656-6420.
tfnc

670
Vacation
"MOUNTAIN GETAWAY"
Murphy, North Carolina. 2
bed, 2 bath w/loft log cabin
available for weekly or month-
ly. Come and enjoy our fall fo-
liage. Call Sheri 407/468-
2025. 11/3wrg







700
Homes for Sale
BEAUTIFUL 4/3 in gated
lakefront community.
$399,900. Motivated sellers!
Call Dana, Main Street, Real-
tors 407/716-5505. 10/20dt
HOME FOR SALE-Oakland.
3/2/2, 1962 total sq. ft. Split
BR plan. Screened porch/pool
area, heated pool/spa. 12x16
workshop/shed. Separate well
for irrigation. Large lot/priva-
cy fence. Reduced $369,900.
Please call 407/656-8432, pre-
qualified applicants only,
please. 10/20jd
SAVE YOUR HOUSE. Stop
foreclosure now. We can help
in most any situation. 407/293-
9190. 10/13js
CLERMONT, 3/2/2 plus
screened patio w/large fenced
yard on quiet cul-de-sac street.
1246 sq. ft. in Lake Crescent
Pines. $219,900, available for
quick close. Call Anette Luck,
Luck Realty Group, Inc. 407-
832-LUCK (5825).


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Serving West Orange Since '82 .
Phone (407) 656-6812
FAX (407) 656-6830

Quality service at
MasseyS y a reasonable price
Paint & Body Shop
Michael D. Massey 2 Ct o
Owner 249 Capital Court
TFN Ocoee, FL 34761


Ph: 407-877-0709

Fax: 407-877-3486"

Winter Garden Grassing, Inc.
M/WBE ENTERPRISE since 1980

Commercial Seeding and Sodding
Residential Pick Up and Delivery
Hay Seed Bahia St. Augustine,* Bermuda
-St. Augustine by the piece-
532 N. Bluford Ave, Ocoee, FL 34761


www.wintergardengrassing.com


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* Walkways Driveways
*Pool decks *Siding *Stucco
* Fencing Concrete Patios

BVI Specialties
407-427-4744 12805


Alliance Mortgage Banking Corp-.w bL
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Levittown, New York 11756

Victor Cisneros 111705
Senior Loan Officer
Office: (516) 470-9444 Fax: (516) 520-4182
Cell: (407) 489-1872 Email: salesinfo@ambcmtg.com
Se Habla Espanol
LICENSED MORTGAGE BANKER NY. NJ, CT, FL. GA. PA, OH. MI BANKING DEPARTMENTS
LICENSED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CORPORATIONS OF CALIFORNIA UNDER CRMLA


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Buy online 24/7 Tickets Anywhere Anytime
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Concerts Theater NBA NFL MLB NCAA

1-888-521-9667
Fax: 1-407-654-4238
Email: sales@sstickets.com
CEO: Bill Sydnor, Jr.'


David Coe SAND DOLLAR REALTY
Realtor OF ORLANDO, INC
25 years in West Orange County
Full Service & Investor Friendly Realtors
www.davidecoe.com
Cell: 321-287-4263
Fax: 321-234-9269
Office: 407-389-7318
SEmail: dekoh@yahoo.com



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> Residential & Commercial
> Family Owned & Operated
> Licensed & Insured

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If it's not exceptional it's not acceptable


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Certified A/C Technician


State Certified
Lic. #CAC 1814018


AIR CONDITIONING PROBLEMS?
Call Us Anytime
The A/C Service Professionals
L.A.C. Sales/Service

407-948-8219
If it's not exceptional it's not acceptable


KEYS MADE LOCKS REPAIRED
EMERGENCY OPENINGS


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Residential Commercial TFN
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Mobile 407-761-0793 Shop 407-656-8240
130 CHARLOTTE ST WINTER GARDEN, FL 34787


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We are a Full Service Roofing Contractor
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Book Keeping
Computer Support
Management Consulting

Email: slpllc@earthlink.net Ph. 407-656-8296
Mobile: 407-484-8036 Fax 407-656-0506
P.O. Box 132 Oakland, FL 34760 1027



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Shingle Build-Up One Ply
5 Year Workmanship Warranty on New Roofs
1 Year Warranty on Repairs



Interior & Exterior
Drywall Texturing & Power Washing
Free Esltmates Licensed & Insured c
Tom 407-491-0232

TFN
AVERY'S FREE
Home Improvement Estimates
Specializing in Remodeling
* Pressure Washing & Painting Residential
& Commercial Tile & Carpentry Door &
Window Installation
SDrywall Texturing James Cardwell
rr' 407-656-8579
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AVAILABLE SERVICES
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MOLDING DECKS DRYWALL
PRESSURE WASHING BATHROOM REPAIR
LAMINATED WOOD FLOOR
Owned A Operted by: a locfirejighter
NVeedhelp areoud th hse? Call us.
407.489.0116 352.242.9265


710
Condo &
Townhouses
WINDTREE GARDENS
CONDO. 2/2, split floor plan
pool, tennis court. Live in or
investment. 2nd floor.
$129,900. 407/909-1311.
10/27dr
WINDTREE GARDENS
CONDO. 2/2, split floor plan,
2nd floor. Pool & tennis court.
New carpet & paint. $125,000.
321/228-9826. 10/201c

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lot zoned R1A in Oakland.
Just under 1/2 acre. Call
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terms. 10/20kv
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$56,000. Beautifully wooded
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50 miles S. of Atlanta off I-
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478/994-5900. 10/20da
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BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
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cool beautiful peaceful moun-
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& investments. Cherokee
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for free brochure 800/841-
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BEAUTIFUL SW
GAINESVILLE/Paynes.
Prairie/Hwy. 441. 20+ divid-
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for sale by owner. Auction
10/23/05. Info. rip@bell-
south.net. 352/256-2247.
fcan20
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GATED community, deep wa-
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golf, tennis, proposed pool and
fitness. 1 acre homesites from
the mid 70's. 877/266-7376.
www.cooperspoint.com.
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$99,900. Beautifully wooded
parcel on deep boatable water
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nancing. Call now 800/732-
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5th & 6th. Spectacular new
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Call now. 800/564-5092 x
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& large public lake nearby, 2
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800/262-4187. fcan20
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trees on Yung Mtn. 1-15 acres,
from $25,000 to $89,000. Per-
fect for log cabin. 800/699-
1289 or www.riverbend-
lakelure.com. fcan20
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canyons, trees, rolling hills,
wildlife. Enjoy hunting, hik-
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Power, great access. 100% fi-
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acres plus, 90 miles of shore-
line. Never before offered with
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counts, 90% financing. Call
800/709-5253. fcan20
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down. 2007 completion and
immediate furnished condos
minutes from Ft. Lauderdale
Beach. $209k + up. Great
rental investment. Realtor
877/468-5687. fcan20
SERENE MOUNTAIN
GOLF homesite. $342/month.
Breathtaking views. Upscale
golf community set amid Dye
designed 18 hole course in
Carolina mountains. Near
Asheville, NC. A sanctioned
Golf Digest School teaching
facility. Call toll free 800/334-
3253 x 974. www.cherokee-
valleysc.com. Price $69,900,
10% down, balance financed at
4.94 fixed, 24 month balloon,
OAC. fcan20
SOUTH COASTAL GEOR-


GIA $149,900 for a 2+ acre
deepwater marsh lot $224,900
for a 3+ acre oversized deep-
water lot 45 min. from Jack-
sonville/15 min. from St. Si-
mon's. Call today for appt.
Exc. financing avail. 877/GA-
Ocean x 708. fcan20
SOUTH COASTAL GEOR-
GIA 3+ acres deepwater ocean
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month!* 45 min. from Jack-
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mon's. Call today for appt.
Exc. financing avail. 877/GA-
Ocean x 703 *monthly pymt.
of $240.32 based on $59,900
purchase price w/10% down
payment of $5990, $53,910 fi-
nanced at 5.19% fixed (APR
of 5.55 includes 1% origina-
tion fee) for 3 yrs. 35 month-
ly payments of 240.32 w/final
payment of $53,910. Offer
void where prohibited by law.
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TENNESSEE-LAKESIDE
acreage. New community. 1+
acre homesites from the 30's.
Private boat slips-limited
availability. Lake access/boat
ramp. Close to downtown
Chattanooga. 866/292-5769.
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TENNESSEE WATER-
FRONT SALE! 2.4 acre wa-
terfront $9900. Dockable
building lots from $14,900.
Cabin package $54,900. Call
now. 866/770-5263, ext. 8.
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OLINA mountains. Cool air,
views, streams, homes, cab-
ins, acreage. Free brochure of
mountain property. 800/642-
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Peachtree St., Murphy, NC
28906. www.realtyofmur-
phy.com. fcan20
WHITEWATER LIVING IN
the Tennessee Smokies. Gat-
ed waterfront community river-
front and mountain views
avail. Prices starting low as
$46,900. Final phase limited
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IN THE GENERAL
COURT OF JUSTICE
DISTRICT COURT
DIVISION
04 CVD 19416
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
MECKLENBURG COUNTY
ARISLEYDA DIAZ,
Plaintiff
V.
ADOLFO GONZALEZ GUSTA-
VO,
Defendant.


NOTICE OF SERVICE
OF PROCESS BY
PUBLICATION
To: Adolfo Gonzalez Gustavo
Take notice that a pleading seeking
relief against you has been filed on
November 11, 2004 in the above-
entitled action. The nature of the
relief being sought is as follows:
that Arisleyda Diaz be granted an
absolute divorce from Adolfo Gon-
zalez Gustavo.
You are required to make defense
to such pleading not later than Oc-
tober 31, 2005 and upon your fail-
ure to do so the party seeking ser-
vice against you will apply to the
court for the relief sought.
This the 21st day of September,
2005.
Stefan R. Latorre (Attorney for
Plaintiff)
2629 Central Avenue
Charlotte, North Carolina
10/6, 10/13, 10/20/05

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 48-2005-CP-002391-O
Division: 1
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARCELYN L. GORDON a/k/a
MARCELYN LORENE GOR-
DON,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Marcelyn L. Gordon a/k/a Marce-
lyn Lorene Gordon, deceased,
whose date of death was July 31,
2005; File Number 48-2005-CP-
002391-0, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 425 N. Orange
Avenue, Orlando, FL. 32801. The
names and addresses of the Per-
sonal Representatives and the Per-
sonal Representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent, or
unliquidated claims, on whom a


copy of this Notice is served must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent, or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is October 13, 2005.
Is/ William R. Gordon
WILLIAM R. GORDON
Personal Representative
1882 Turnberry Terrace
Orlando, Florida 32804
/s/ Carter A. Bradford
CARTER A. BRADFORD
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
Florida Bar No.: 0008183
304 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando, Florida 32801
Telephone: 407/423-3401
Fax: 407/422-2870
10/13, 10/20/05
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, IN AND FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: PR05-1215
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHRISTOPHER Q. HERRICK,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CHRISTOPHER Q. HERRICK,
deceased, whose date of death was
February 15, 2005; is pending in


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the Circuit Court for Orange Coun-
ty, Florida, Probate Division, File
No.: File Number PR05-1215,
the address of which is 425 N. Or-
angc Avenue, Orlando, FL. 32801.
The names and addresses of the
Personal Representatives and the
Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, or unliqui-
dated claims, and who have been
served a copy of this notice, must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
unmatured, contingent, or unliq-


uidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS. NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AF-
TER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is October 13, 2005.
/s/ Janet Herrick
Janet Herrick
Personal Representative
/s/ Brendan F. Linnane
Brendan F. Linnane
636 West Yale Street
Orlando, Florida 32804
Florida Bar No: 324728
407/472-0698
Attorney for Petitioner
10/13, 10/20/05


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
Sly's Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell vehicles pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes that on 11/01//05 10:00
a.m. at 119 5th St., Winter Garden,
Fl. 34787-3613. Sly's Towing &
Recovery reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and/or all bids.
86 VOLVO, 4DR. #
YV1FX8849G1047277
95 PLYMOUTH, VAN #
2P4GH2535SR241918
96 CHEV, 2DR. #
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4C The West Orange Times Thursday, October 20, 2005


lot size to allow a lot less than
5,000 sq. ft. and to the side yard
building setback to allow a 5 ft.
side yard.
The request will be heard by the
Board of Zoning Adjustment and
Appeals at the following time and
Place:
Date: November 3, 2005
Where: Town Center Meeting Hall
220 North Tubb Street
Time: 7:00 P.M.
A copy of the proposed amend-
ments may be inspected at the
Town of Oakland Town Hall dur-
ing regular business hours at 220
Tubb Street, Oakland, Florida. All
hearings are open to the public.
Any interested party is invited to of-
fer comments about this request at
the public hearing or in writing to
the Town of Oakland, PO Box 98,
Oakland, FL. 34760, or by e-mail
to lbalsavage@town.oakland.fl.us.
Any party appealing a land use de-
cision made at a public hearing
S must ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which
includes the evidence and testi-
mony that is the basis of the ap-
peal.
The time and/or location of pub-
lic hearings are subject to change.
Changes are announced at the ini-
tial scheduled hearing. Notice of
any changes will not be published
or mailed.
Any person needing special ac-
commodations to attend a.public
hearing must contact Linda Bal-
savage, Town Clerk, at 407/656-
1117, at least 24 hours beforethe
meeting.


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 48-2005-CP-002516-
0
PROBATE DIVISION

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
MARGUERITE L. RUSSO
Deceased.
The Administration of the Estate
of Marguerite L. Russo, Deceased,
file number 48-2005-CP-002516-
0, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
425 North Orange Avenue, Or-
lando, FL. 32801. The names and
addresses of the Personal Repre-
sentative and the Personal Repre
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
Creditors of the decedent must file
claims against the Estate with the
Court within the time preiod as set
forth under Florida Statute 733.702
and Florida Statute 733.710, or be
forever barred.
Publication of this notice has begun
on October 20, 2005.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Toni M. Catafano
1420 Francis Ave.
Orlando, FL. 32806
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
/sl Edward R. Gay
Edward R. Gay, Attorney
Fl. Bar No.: 342084
1516 East Concord Street
Orlando, Florida 32803
407/898-1871
407/897-7042 (telefax)
10/20, 10/27/05

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute", Chapter
865.09, Florida Statutes, will reg-
ister with the Division of Corpo-
rations, Florida Department of
State, Tallahassee, Florida, in the
State of Florida, upon receipt of
proof of the publication of this no-
tice, the fictitious name, to with:
Music Unlimited
under which I am engaged in busi-
ness at 2133 San Jose Blvd., in the
City of Orlando, Florida 32808.
That the party interested in said
business enterprise is as follows:
Shirlita Bolton
Dated October 11,2005 at Orange
County, Winter Garden, FL.
34787.


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 05CA-226
DIVISION
D & F FINANCIAL SERVICES,
a general partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.


ROBERT J. MITCHELL and
BARBARA A. MITCHELL, hus-
band and wife, BARBARA ED-
WARDS, individually, ADVEN-
TIST HEALTH SYSTEM/SUN-
BELT, INC. d/b/a FLORIDA
HOSPITAL, a Florida corporation,
COUNTY OF ORANGE, ASSO-
CIATES FINANCIAL SER-
VICES COMPANY,INC., a Flori-
da corporation, AMY J.
MITCHELL, individually, AN-
DRE BAPTISTE, individually,
AMSOUTH BANK, a Foreign
corporation, and HAPPY ACRES
CHILD CARE, INC., a dissolved
Florida corporation.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO
FLORIDA STATUTE
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated October 6, 2005, in the
above-styled cause, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
at the Orange County Courthouse,
425 North Orange Avenue, Room
350, Orlando, Florida 32801, at
11:00 a.m. on Friday, November
4, 2005, the following described
property:
Lot 27, MEADOWBROOK
ACRES, according to the Plat
thereof as recorded in Plat Book
V, Page 105, Public Records of
Orange County, Florida.
DATED this 11 day of October,
2005.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
ORANGE COUNTY, CIRCUIT
COURT
By: /s/ Mayra'Cruz
Deputy Clerk
10/20, 10/27/05


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned pursuant to the "Ficti-
tious Name Statute", Chapter
865.09, Florida Statutes, will reg-
ister with the Division of Corpo-
rations, Florida Department of
State, Tallahassee, Florida, in the
State of Florida, upon receipt of
proof of thepublication of this no-
tice, the fictitious name, to with:
Committee For 1559
under which I expect to engage in
business at 3700 34th St., in the
City of Orlando, Florida 32805.
That the party interested in said
business enterprise is as follows:
A. Tom Harb
Dated October 12, 2005 at Orange
County, Winter Garden, FL.
34787.


PUBLIC AUCTION
1991 GREAT DANE
1GRAA9621MW034701
AUCTION DATE: 10/24/05 @
8:00 am
AUCTION LOCATION: 1075 E.
Story Rd.,
Winter Garden, FL.
AVANT'S TOWING AND RE-
COVERY
407/295-0208

NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles will be sold
at Public Auction for cash to satisfy
lien pursuant to F.S. 713.78 on
10/28/05 at 0800.
93 HOND,
1HGCB7174PA001749
02 CHEV, 1G1NE52J42M588242


87 DODG,
1B3BE46K4HC313865
88 FORD,
1FMCU12T4JUC74354
03 DODG, ID4GP25B83B305807
HUGHES TOWING & RECOV-
ERY
103 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM
TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL. 32805
407/425-9999


RAINBOW TITLE & LIEN, INC.
3389 Sheridan Street, PMB 221
Hollywood, FL. 33021
954/920-6020

NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc., will
sell at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suant to Chapter 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes on November 3,
2005 at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS
LOCATED*
1998 ISUZU, VIN #
4S2CK58W1W4363989
2001 SATURN, VIN #
1G8ZK52701Z301576
1995 FORD, VIN #
IFALP6247SH154727
2002 CHEROLET, VIN #
1GIJC524127247295
2000 PONTIAC, VIN #
IGMDX13EXYD212723
1994 FORD, VIN #
3FARP13JXRR121215
1992 MAZDA, VIN #
JM3LV5225N0413394
1999 FORD, VIN #
1FAFP6635XK145601
1998 TOYOTA, VIN #
4T1BF18B3WU268184
1990 MERCURY, VIN #
1MECM50U9LG649078
1994 MERCEDES, VIN # WDB-
GA51E8RA159373
1997 NISSAN, VIN #
IN4BU31D6VC250919
2000 FORD, VIN #
IFTYRIOC1YPCI9948
Located at: 151 TAFT
VINELAND ROAD, ORLANDO,
FL. 32824 Orange
Any person (s) claiming any in-
terest (s) in the above vehicles con-
tact: Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc.,
954/920-6020.
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction.
LIC.# AB-0001256

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on November 4, 2005
at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth
Road, Orlando, FL. 32807 for the
towing and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78. Terms are cash.
1994 DODGE INTREPID
Vin # IB3ED56TXRF191852
MD Towing reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and all bids.

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
ON 10/31/05 @ 8:30 AM AT
RALPH JOHNSON 24 HOUR
WRECKER SERVICE, 11409 W.
COLONIAL DR., OCOEE,
FLORIDA. THE FOLLOWING
VEHICLES WILL BE SOLD
FOR CASH. SOME OF THE VE-
HICLES POSTED MAY HAVE
ALREADY BEEN RELEASED
AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SAL-
VAGE SALE.
93 PONT, 4D
VIN # 1G2JC54T4P7524805


RALPH JOHNSON'S WRECK-
ER SERVICE RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR RE-
JECT ANY AND ALL BIDS.
RALPH JOHNSON'S WRECK-
ER SERVICE RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO BID. BIDDING BE-
GINS AT THE AMOUNT
OWED. ALL VEHICLES SOLD
AS IS. NO WARRANTY IS AND
NO GUARANTEE OF TITLES.
CALL 407/656-5617.

CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
The City Commission of the City
of Winter Garden will hold a Pub-
lic Hearing, at a Regular Meeting
to be held on Thursday, Novem-
ber 10 at 6:30 p.m., at Tanner Hall,
29 W. Garden Ave., Winter Garden,
FL, in order to consider the Sec-
ond Reading and adoption of the
following ordinance:
ORDINANCE NO. 05-55
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF WINTER GARDEN, FLORI-
DA AMENDING ORDINANCE
04-78; ELIMINATING THE RE-
QUIREMENT THAT MOBILE
HOMES PURCHASED BY THE
CITY MUST BE REMOVED
FROM THE PARK OR EX-
CHANGED FOR ANOTHER
MOBILE HOME WITHIN THE
PARK; ELIMINATING THE RE-
DUCTION OF MOBILE HOMES
TO 80; ELIMINATING A RE-
VIEW OF THE DENSITY RE-
DUCTION PLAN AFTER FIVE
YEARS; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY AND AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.
Said ordinance may be seen in the
City Clerk's Office, City Hall, from
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. You are advised
that if you decide to appeal any de-
cision made by the City Commis-
sion at such hearing, you will need
a record of the proceedings, and
for such purpose you may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which in-
cludes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is based.
Any persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodations should
submit a written request to the City
Clerk, 251 W. Plant St., Winter
Garden, FL 34787 or phone (407)
656-4111, Ext. 2254 at least 48
hours prior to the meeting. Kathy
Golden. City Clerk.
10-27-05

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 48-2005-CP-002455-0
Division: Probate Division
In Re The Estate Of:
IVA M. JOHNSON
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS

The formal administration of the
Estate ofIVA M. JOHNSON,, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2005-CP-
002455-0, has commenced in the
Probate: Division of the Circuit
Court, Orange County, Florida, the
address of which is 425 North Or-
ange Avenue, Orlando, Florida
32801. The names and addresses
of the Personal Representative and
the Personal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate on


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ASSEMBLY OF GOD

NEW LIFE WORSHIP CENTER
2342 Hempel Ave, Gotha
(407)578-5882
Rev.Basil Savoie, Pastor
www.newlifeworshipcenter.org

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
890 S. Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, FL 407-656-3949
Pastor Grady Rusell


BAPTIST

BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
671 Beulah Road, Winter Garden
(407) 656-3342
Pastor G. Steve Rice.
www.beulahfl.com

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631 S. Dillard St. Winter Garden,
FL.
Alan Benson, Pastor/President
(407) 656-3001
Awana/Patch (Summer program)
Calvary Christian School
K-3-12th

FIRST BAPTIST OF MONTVERDE
17409 87th St.
Montverde, FL 34756
(407) 469-4569
Pastor Jonathan G. Winningham
fbcmontverde@peoplepc.com
Sunday Worship 9:00 am:
Montverde Academy Service
Celebration and
Praise Services:
9:45 am and 11:00 am
Small Groups and
Sunday School:
9:45 am and 11:00 am
Wednesday 6:30 pm:
Prayer and Education

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
Two service locations:
* 800 N. Pine Hills Rd.
407-293-4571
English-Wed. Mid-Week Worship
6:30pm. Spanish Sun.
11am & Wed. 6:30pm.
Haitian Sun. 11am, 7pm, &
Wed. 6:30pm
Deaf Ministry Filipino Ministry
* Awana's 3 yr-8th gr.
* 8800 W. Colonial Dr. Ocoee
(at Good Homes) Sunday
Worship 9:30am or 11am
Also Deaf, Spanish, Haitian,
Filipino, and Vietnamese
communities.
For details, 407-293-4571 or
www.fbccf.net

OAK LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
10564 2nd. Avenue, Ocoee
(407) 656-1523
Dr. Walter M. Fowler, Pastor


STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
611 West. Ave., Ocoee
Pastor Jeff Pritchard
(407) 656-2351 Email:
slbchurch@yahoo.com

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
And Christian Academy
1601 A.D. Mims Rd. Ocoee FL.
Rev. Bradley T. Phillips,
Pastor/Administrator
(407) 656-3097

WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb St., Oakland, FL.,
"Where Jesus Reigns Supreme"
(407) 656-9749
www.westorangebaptist.org

WEST ORLANDO BAPTIST
CHURCH
& CHILD DISCOVERY CENTER
429 & Plant St.
Winter Garden, FL.
407-905-9508


CATHOLIC

RESURRECTION CATHOLIC
CHURCH
1211 S. Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden. 407-656-3113


CHRISTIAN

NEW HORIZONS CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
616 S. Dillard St, Winter Garden.
407-654-5050
Worship 10:30 am.
Philip Walter, Minister
NewHorizonsChristianChurch.org

CHURCH OF CHRIST
1450 S. Daniels Rd. Winter
Garden, FL 34787 407-656-2770
Minister -Mark Smith.
9:00 am Sunday School.
10 am Worship. 6:30 pm
Evening Worship.


CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

SOUTHWEST CHURCH
Roper YMCA. 100 Windermere
Rd. Bible Hr. 9:15am. Worship
Serv.10:30am.
Tom Welch, Pastor. 407-903-
1384


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
OF CLERMONT
Clermont, Fifth and Minneola
streets-


Sunday service is at 10:30 a.m.
Details: (352) 217-2899


CHURCH OF GOD

GARDEN CATHEDRAL CHURCH
OF GOD
1001 W. Plant St. Winter Garden
407-656-1855.
Sunday School 9:30
Worship 10:30, 6pm.
Wed. Svc. 7:30pm, Youth,
Men's & Women's Ministries.
www.GardenCathedralCOG.org

OCOEE CHURCH OF GOD
1105 N. Lakewood
Pastor Steve Davis
(407) 656-8011


COMMUNITY

OASIS COMMUNITY CHURCH
Meeting at:
West Orange Charter School,
Oakland Ave, Oakland, FL.
11:00 am Worship Service.
Website:
WWW.OASIS-CC.ORG
407-905-4931

HARVEST CHURCH
Gathers Sundays at 10:05am at
Lake Whitney Elementary School
1351 Windermere Rd.
Come as you are. 407-383-3022
www.harvestfl.org

WESTPOINT FELLOWSHIP
CHURCH
Gathers for worship on Sundays
at 9:30am and 7:00pm @ Whis-
per Oaks Elem. on Stoneybrook
West Pkwy. Come as you are.
Dress is casual.
For info. and directions:
www.westpointchurch.oirg'or call
321-287-6271


EPISCOPAL


CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On the corner of Main St. and
Tilden. (407) 656-3218
Sunday services at 8AM,
10:30AM & 7:00PM with Sunday
School for all ages at 9:30. Child
Care &Youth Ministry.

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
ASCENSION
4950 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd. Or-
lando, FL 32819. 1 block south of
Conroy-Windermere Rd. on right.
407-876-3480
Sunday Services 8:30am and
10:30am. Sunday School 9:30am
for all ages with childcare.
www.ascension-orlando.org


My mind was "wondering" all over the room. I won-
der if we get a break after this speaker. I wonder if I
have enough change to get a caffeine-pumped soda to
keep me awake during the next one. I wonder if that
guy over there knows my name. Suddenly something
the speaker said grabbed me!! I had not heard one word
until he said "If you think God has left you, guess who
moved?" What? Did I hear him right? I had been think-
ing ever since I got on this retreat that God must be
with everyone but me! I figured I would just ride this
one out and sorta go along for the ride. I couldn't seem
to focus on anything any of the speakers said. I
thought I was listening to the speakers and to God, but
frankly I was not hearing anything from either one. It
felt like God had moved far away from me. So what
was this guy saying? I tuned back in to hear him say,
"God is unchanging, unmovable. He will not walk
away from you. Even His name is proof that He cannot
leave you. Immanuel, God is with us." The speaker


INTERDENOMINATIONAL

CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH
5425 South Apopka-Vineland Rd.
9:45 AM, Sunday-School,
11:00 AM, Worship Service.
www.christcommunitychurch.cc
407-909-9495


JEWISH

CONGREGATION SINAI,
CLERMONT
635 West SR. 50, Ste. B
For services info. call
352-243-5353 or
www.conoregationsinai-cler-
mont.ora


LUTHERAN


PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd,
Winter Garden
8:30am & 10:45am
407-877-3937
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOfFaith.ORG

ZION NEW LIFE LUTHERAN
Paul Faust, Pastor
Worship Service
8 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School Bible Study 9:15
Corner of Hempel & Gotha Rd,
Gotha


METHODIST

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lakeview Avenue
407-656-1135

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Office 1Methodist Church .
iPlant St.
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Colonial Dr. tN

Rev. Russell Belcher


went on to say it is not in the nature of God to change
or move. He is the same every day. Unlike me; I
change who I am, what I want, where I want to go and
what I want to do a thousand times a day. I am not
very consistent except to say I am consistently incon-
sistent. If God doesn't move, how did I get out here all
by myself? Could it be my attitude about my circum-
stances or maybe my attitude about God?
When you feel out of God's presence, retrace your
steps. First, where were you the last time you were
sure you did feel God's presence? Was it when you
were at church, reading your Bible, at a retreat with
the right attitude? Next, ask God to show you where
you turned away. Ask for forgiveness for turning away
from God. Last, be assured by God's words from the
Bible, "Never will I leave you, never will I forsake
you." (Hebrews 13:5) Next time you feel alone and
with out God, remind yourself who moved.
ADV.


8:00 Brief Traditional, 9:00
Contemporary, 10:00 Sunday
School, 11:00 Traditional,
5:00pm TNT Youth Group,
7:00pm Contemporary & Gospel.

OCOEE OAKS UMC
201 S. Clarke Road, Ocoee, FL.
9:00am Traditional 10:00am SS
11:00am Contemporary. Monday
night services at 7:00pm. Pastor
Ernie Post
407-293-0700

ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd.,
Dr. William S. Barnes,
Senior Pastor
Assoc. Pastor Rev. Beth M.
Farabee
Dr. David Stephens
407-876-4991
Worship Services 8, 9:30 and
11:00am. Contemporary Worship
5:30pm.


NON-DENOMINATIONAL

HORIZON COMMUNITY CHURCH
Corner of McKinnon Rd. and
Lake Butler Blvd, 1 mile west of
Windermere
Elementary School. 10:30 am
Worship Service. 407-656-6044

UNITY CHURCH OF
CHRISTIANITY
4801 Clarcona Ocoee Rd. Orlan-
do, FL 32810 Ph. 407-295-9181
Worship Service 9:15 & 11am
Rev: Bob Marshall
info@unityccorlando.org


NAZARENE

FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
245 Beulah,Winter Garden;
Rev. Rick Page. 877-7735


PRESBYTERIAN

OAKLAND PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL


407-656-4452
www.oaklandpres.org
Near exit 272 off the FL Turnpike
Worship at 8:45 am and 11 am
Sunday School for all ages at
9:45am.
Nursery provided during worship
Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr., Pastor
Call about our preschool &
summer camps

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF
THE LAKES, USA
Conroy-Windermere Rd. @
Lincoln Ave.
Sunday School 9:00AM, Worship
10:30 407-291-2886
Worship on Wed. 7:00 7:30 PM
"Come hear the Gospel"
Rev. Ferdinand Brits
www.pcol.org


PENTECOSTAL

GRACE WORSHIP CENTER
1132 E. Plant St. Winter Garden.
(407) 656-3727
Pastor Rick Faircloth


UNITED CHURCH
OF CHRIST

WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
United Church of Christ
436 Oakdale St. Windermere, FL
34786 (Corner of 5th Ave. &
Main St) Phone 407-876-2112
www.windermereunion.org


Southwest Church
Meeting @ Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

Hwy 50


FL Turnpike
Marshall
Farms Rd.

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Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
TomWelch. Pastor
407-903-1384

W. Hwy 50
at Dillard


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10:30 am Worship Service 407-656-6044
Hwy50 Ocoee



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800 S. Dillard St
Winter Garden 34777-1047
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Winter Garden
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Winter Garden
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Remodeled. Security system, screened patio. Huge play house with
slide and swing set. Mature landscaping. Large yard. Built in
entertainment center with fireplace. $330,000.
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55 North Dillard St
To Settle Estate!
Combination Medical,
Professional downstairs,
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Over 3600 sf heated/cooled,
lots of parking, nice mature
landscape. $499,500.
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WEST AREA
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15072 Spinnaker Cove
Golf front 4/2 in gated
Community!
$479,900


1233 Montheath Circle
No rear neighbors! Large
master with great view!
$360,000


1301 Montheath Circle
Large kitchen, split bed-
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$316,500


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NORTH WINTER GARDEN
-.^ ,3br/l 1/2ba home,
lots of character,
hardwood floors,
ceramic, remodeled
bath, patio over-
looks lush fenced
backyard. Asking $199,500..

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$2loo 0113


CLERMONT GATED COMMUNITY
In Four Corners area. South
S 'Clermont, 3 br home built in
.' .1999. Central air, 2 car garage
.... and all gas appliances. De-
sirable location has 3 com-
munity pools, playground and
tennis court. A must see @
$247,500.

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N ce ramic tile and interior
Spaii. large family room
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4 bedroom, 3 bath pool home. 2 ensuile bathrooms,
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as a residence or a short term rental. $325,000
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This beautiful 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath.
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separate shower. Walk-in closes in
all bedrooms. Large eat-in kitchen
with Bay window with pool view. _
acre lot with mature landscaping.
$390.000.
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WHY PAY RENT???
3 BDRM., 2 BA. FORMAL LIVING AND DINING, FAMILY ROOM,
SCREENED PORCH WITH VINYL WINDOWS, 1 ATTACHED 2 CAR
GARAGE AND 1 UNATTACHED GARAGE IN BACK YARD WITH
STREET ACCESS, NO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION!!! THIS IS A
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ING ROOM, KITCHEN OTHER FLOORING IS CERAMIC TILE AND
CARPET. ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD... LOCATED IN PRIMA
VISTA...MUST SEE!!! ASKING ONLY $244,900


LOWEST PRICE IN SUBDIVISION!!!
WHAT A BEAUTY...LOCATED IN GATED COMMUNITY, 4 BDRM., 3
BA., FOYER, FORMAL LIVING & DINING; BREAKFAST NOOK, FAM-
ILY ROOM, KITCHEN WITH ISLAND, INSIDE LAUNDRY, MSTR.BDRM
WITH SITTING AREA LOCATED ON FIRST FLOOR, PLUS GUEST
BDRM. & BATH. 2ND FLOOR HAS 2 BDRMS. BONUS ROOM & BATH.
3 CAR GARAGE!!! THIS IS A MUST SEE!!! ASKING ONLY $399,900.


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BREAKFAST NOOK, VERY OPEN KITCHEN, BONUS ROOM, INSIDE
LAUNDRY ROOM, ONLY 3 YEARS OLD AND OVER 2500 SQ. FT. OF
JUST LIVING AREA!!! WHAT A BUY! OWNER HAS BEEN TRANS-
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KITCHEN APPLIANCES AND WINDOW COVERINGS ALL STAY!! ALL
OF THIS FOR AN ASKING PRICE OF ONLY $314,900.






THE ULTIMATE IN ELEGANCE!!!
AN ABSOLUTE BEAUTY!!! THIS IS A MUST SEE!!! THIS HOME
SHOWS BETTER THAN A MODEL!!! THIS IS IN TOP MOVE IN
CONDITION... 3 BDRM., 2 BA., MARBLE FLOORING IN FOYER,
DINING, & KITCHEN!!! PLUSH NEW CARPET IN BEDROOMS...
THE FIREPLACE IN THE LIVING ROOM IS A MASTER PIECE. SLID-
ING GLASS DOOR LEAD TO SCREENED LANAI AND PRIVACY
FENCED YARD. ASKING ONLY $279,900.





PRICED TO FIT YOUR BUDGET
TAKE A LOOK ATTHIS TODAY... FORMAL LIVING AND DINING, FAM-
ILY ROOM WITH BEAUTIFUL BRICK FIREPLACE, BREAKFAST NOOK,
INSIDE LAUNDRY, ALL APPLIANCES & WINDOW COVERINGS STAY.
GORGEOUS CERAMIC TILE, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, SLIDING GLASS
DOORS LEADING TO COVERED PATIO & FENCED YARD. WALK TO
THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL. ASKING ONLY $289,900.


On Oswalt Rd. While the waters up the price
down. Only $219,000 for this beautiful piece o
property.

Call David Buscall, GRI
407-923-2626 evenings 407-654-4800
Realty Associates davidbuscall@earthlink.net


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SA.2$YEARS IN BEAUTIFUL DOWN TOWN WINDERMERE '4,


STONEYBROOK WEST
Immaculate home. barely hlied in and used for vacationing. Lennar built "The Carlisle" floorplan. New
ever thing, carpet. appliances, light figures ++. Been the furnishings can be sold Courtnard ga.age. pri-
vate gated community. with ever thing at .our fingertips. 4 bedroom/2 bath. 2.155 SQ FT. 2 car garage
Call Becky Le\ is 407 721-9935. Asking 1409.000


ONLY IN OLDE WINDERNIERE! "
Quaint 3/2 cottage on popular treed street in the T:own on the Mo' e
- Windermere' Lake %ieu and lake access Call Suzi Karr or 1,J. L Pi,

5454 Ask.ng $795.00Jt.


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LAKE ROPER DELIGHT! SHOWS BEAUTIFULLY
THREE bedroom 2-1/2 bath home on ULTRA-LARGE parcel with double attached garage and a single de-
tached garage %\ ith a "Bonus Room Ne' pool \ ith papers, and lots of other great touches. This home is lo-
cated close to eCerything, and is a skier's delight PRICE REDUCTION. NOW $820.000. Call Becky Le\% is
1407 1721-9935 or Suzi Karr 1407) 595-5258


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SCui..im desigried and bluJ e.e:u-rie e- ltae or
BJv' FOUR hedroomue.- FOUR. biahroom-. plu
of the Master Sule. and H-nmie Officie v ilh bu
.in Windoe'.s. Gourmei Ktchen. Fla Sicreen
js unequalled 3-car. ;ide enri-' garage. andi
ACRE of g found ilh a' b.eu t.ful pool and m
A king $1].625.01U0 Ples-e .:aJ Suzi Kjn tfor
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RENTAL
PROPERTIES


CITRUS OAKS
GOTHA
3 bedroom 2 bath home in
Citrus Oaks. Tile through-
out the li\ ing areas. family
room, dining room and 1
car garage. Quaint setting
in great location. Asking
$1.195. per month includes
la\\ n service. Community
Pool. Contact Becky Lewis
407 721-9935.


AKE BUTLER
na.iuccd ground s' ith pnleC [ike ac ce i.
L ikES dr( l-th r- :i l.; hie [TcC I Thi h. .me -
-.iih K-P Of-Lhc-linlle ETRYTHINGj( T%% 0
ruidicn. L(-. i d-Iz n lr -.tehe E\FFRN-
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--25 .r Bec, Letk' 417 7'1.JL)&.


PARK RIDG
This loIlc Wilndermere Eistae leces n
nature foliage and on oer one acre of pr
ft home not including 4.0011 sq ft of entei
i..he' include hardv..ood. grand cherr. Stiu
with c.tceding iaier feature Bediro.n
Call Beck- Le 4-1" '- 21 -l35 or Brand
and .our o" n pnm ate sho' ing


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WALKER POND FARIM HORSE LOVER'S DREAM PROPERTY!
FIVE acres \w ith every thing a horse farm should hae' Designer 6-stall barn with Tack Room and wash
area .. Separate storage barn for the tractor and has...Fenced and cross-fenced and a training arena....Lovely
all brick 4/3 home with hard\tnood floors and man, other upgrades. Secluded but yet still close to everything.
Asking $1.5M. Give Suzi Karr a call. and we'll meandei on out to see this fine property\ 1407i 595-5258.








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thingg I be desired Nestled amon g DOWNTOWN HIGHRISE
-,pern. It accommodates thiL 9.61.1i'0 Hi2h rise condo opponumt in do%, ntow n Orlando' Gorgeous iew s, of
erainmnenL'balcon. spac. Cuiomn fin- Orlando s sks line and Lake Eola from the Il th floor corner unit: 2'2.
irace. e\ouc mniarbles. grat.nie. lap p.ol 1
,<' 5 bath, Lid t.. epar.ie kitchens 1.759 f Paiquet floors Dual balcones. Pool. fitness center. 24-hr secu-
don Parterson -1. 2T6-73S3 for detiaJl rit and concierge. Parking and storage included Contact Penne,
La rence 407 353-7019 or Bngette Hicks 407' 247-6555


TUSCANY ARCHITECT IN BEAUTIFUL
SKR OFFERING DOWNTOWN WINDERMERE!
RA IERE! Immnuiacul:ate home _.ilh designer tou.hes .hioughout Cu'tom stone "orkL. srun
n pond i[h' on omi e'iev s er .i aue r, rung selecuon,. grauie tps. ae.tjies applhance.s and o.anng ceilings name just BEALUTIFUL UNIQUE THREE-LE EL HOIlME
jia POWDER ROOM E'ercise Runm ol a few o' the inan e n .ippoinmienits this proper offers Msier Suite 32;5 plus 3.062 square feet of 1i ing area with soanng ceings. open umque floor-
ilL-in. Briziliari Cherr, hjrdood M .ir- nocloseis Formal [i'ing and dining roonims.tud.cate and tlanul loom All un- plan. E\panie glass doors and w windows Lakefront on Lake Luct.
in rbunjdirce. nd a -.urr,.und s,-iemnthi dei 4500 Square feet ol true lj ing area.Outdoorquie pqaradiecomplete v.ith e\- Southern ming at its best with large front porch and private patio. Nin-
his bejuecul hAonme inI 'u Ye er oe tic fanis.. pool. atierfA'l and surnmer kitchen See our rtual tour at v% % beck- utes to shoppuie and restaurants. Garage has huge workshop area that can
itnn iie dree in and .HO b<.oiet tn lev i' com Call Sharon Ziomek407 402-3-95 or Becki Le,. is 407 21 -9935 for be used foi storage. Plus more. more, more. Call Sharon Ziomek 407 402-
oa showing Asking $l1.-l9c.(00 3495 or Ken Tyndall 407 538-2%61. Asking $524.900.
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