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Join Beulah Baptist,
Sobiks March 9 in
fight against cancer
The community is invited to
join the Beulah Baptist Church
Relay For Life team and Sobiks
Subs this Thursday between 4
and 8 p.m. Come and enjoy a sub
and thank the folks at Sobiks
(12307 W. Colonial Drive, Peo-
ples Plaza West, Winter Garden)
for their support in the fight
against cancer. A portion of the
sales will be donated to the
American Cancer Society.

Fashion and Jewelry
Show Sunday
Belk's of Ocoee and jewelers
with Premier Designs have
teamed up to provide a day of
fashion and fun for all ages. The
Crawford Tire Relay for Life
Team Fashion and Jewelry Show
will be held Sunday, March 12,
from 2-4 p.m. in Health Central's
Gleason Room. The cost is a $5
donation at the door.
Guest speaker will be Vanes-
sa Echols, and all proceeds will
benefit the American Cancer So-
ciety's Relay for Life.
To buy tickets, call 407-656-
5125 and leave a message if no
one is home. For more informa-
tion, call Donna Soldo at 352-
242-5336 or Melissa Albrecht at
352-267-3757.

Bay Hill Youth Clinic
with Rocco Mediate is
Monday, March 13
The Bay Hill Invitational in-
vites youngsters to a free clinic
with PGA professional Rocco
Mediate on Monday, March 13,
at 4 p.m.
The clinic will take place on
the practice range at the Bay Hill
Club and Lodge and include golf
instructions and rule tips.
All youth attending the clinic
will be served free hot dogs and
Coca-Cola, and those ages 11-
17 will be able to purchase a one-
day admission ucket tp the 2006
Bav Hill Invitational March 13-
19 for $15 each. Children 10 and
under are admitted free.
To participate, enter the club
from.Apopka-Vineland Road
through gates A or B and follow
the signs to parking lot 8.

Windermere Garden
Club meeting Thurs.
includes garden tea
The Windermere Garden Club
will hold its next regular month-
ly meeting on Thursday. March
9. beginning \\ith a business
meeting 9:30 a.m. in Town Hall.
After the meeting, members will
carpool to the home of Sheryle '
McAfee for the Irisin Bloom
Garden Club Tea and a talk by
Jim Thomas of Biosphere Inc.
For more information on the club
orthe meeting, call Sherry Smith
at 407-909-1309. New members
are welcome at any time.

OARS regatta is this
Saturday, March 11,
at Turkey Lake Park
The Orlando Area Rowing So-
ciety (OARS) will host the
OARS Invitational Regatta at
Bill Frederick Park at Turkey .
Lake Park (3140 Hiawassee
Road) this Saturday, March 11.
There will be approximately 30
high school crews from all over
the state and the Southeast, in-
cluding Georgia and Tennessee.
competing.
Races will begin at 8 a.m. and
continue until 5 p.m. There is no
charge for the regatta, however
there is a park entry fee of $4 per
carload.
For park directions, call 407-
299-5594. For information on
O.RS, go to www.oars-on-
line.com.

City schedules free
landscaping seminar
The Winter Garden Utilities
Department is hosting a free
landscaping seminar just in time
for spring. It will be presented
by Florida Yards and Neighbor-
hoods.
The seminar is this Saturday,
March 11, from 9 a.m. to noon at
Little Hall on Lake Apopka. Call
407-654-2732 to reserve a seat.


Local voters will cast their ballots Tuesday


The polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 7
p.m. for the Tuesday, March 14, municipal
elections in Oakland, Ocoee, Windermere and
Winter Garden.

Oakland
In Oakland, incumbent Mona Phipps is be-
ing challenged by Sam Carr for Seat 1. These
two residents faced one another two years ago
in a bid for this seat after Kathy Stark relin-
quished it to run for mayor.
Bill Sullivan had no opposition for Seat 4,
which was vacated by Commissioner Bill
Dudzinski, who has moved to Tennessee to
be closer to family.
Voters will go to a new location for this
election. Instead of the traditional polling place
(Oakland Presbyterian Church), residents will
cast their ballots at the new meeting hall, 221
N. Arrington St.

Ocoee
The ballot for the Ocoee municipal election
on March 14 will feature eight candidates for
three City Commission seats.


The most crowded race, with four candi-
dates, will be for District 2. Commissioner
Scott Anderson, who has occupied that seat
for 10 years, is being challenged by Darrell
Lowery, Janet Shira and Jim Sills.
Two candidates, Joel Keller, and Shelly Si-
mon, are vying for the District 4 commission
seat. Commissioner Nancy Parker declined to
run again for this position.
In District 1, John W. Grogan and Gary
Hood are running to fill the final year of for-
mer Commissioner Danny Howell's term.
Hood was chosen by the City Commission to
complete the second year of Howell's term.
There are two polling places for this elec-
tion. District 1 and District 4 residents will
vote at the Jim Beech Recreation Center, 1820
A.D. Mims Road. Voters in District 2 will cast
their ballots in the Ocoee Community Center.
125 N. Lakeshore Drive.

Windermere
Winderrnere voters will go to the polls Tues-
day, March 14, to elect a mayor and three
Town Council members from a ballot list of


seven candidates. All voting will take place
at Town Hall.
Incumbent Mayor Gary Bruhn is seeking
his second term and is being challenged by
former Mayor Carl Patterson Jr., who served
two terms from 1982-85.
Incumbent Town Council members Ron
Martin and Matt Sullivan are seeking their
second terms on the council. Council Member
Bob Sprick has been serving on the council
since December, when he was appointed to
fill the vacancy created by Fred Pryor's death.
He and candidates Mike Hogan, and Jennifer
Roper are seeking election for the first time.
Voters will cast a ballot for one candidate in
the mayor's race and three council candidates.
In the council race, the candidates who finish
in first and second place will win two-year
terms, and the candidate in third place will
serve one year, the remainder of Pryor's term.
Newly elected officials will be sworn in at
the beginning of next month's council meet-
ing on April 11. The new council is usually
sworn in at the end of the March meeting, but
it is possible election results might not be cer-
tified until after the March 14 meeting time


because of the possibility of provisional bal-
lots.

Winter Garden
Seven candidates are vying for the offices
of mayor and District 1 commissioner in Win-
ter Garden's March 14 municipal election. All
of Winter Garden's registered voters can cast
ballots for mayoral candidates, while only Dis-
trict 1 voters will decide the commission race.
Incumbent Mayor Jack Quesinberry is chal-
lenged by Edward Bowman, current District
1 Commissioner Rod Reynolds and Planning
and Zoning Board member Colin Sharman.
The District 1 race features Bob Buchanan,
Kent Horsley and former three-term Com-
missioner H. Gerald Jowers.
Winter Garden citizens have four different
polling locations. District 1 residents must
vote at Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Ave. All res-
idents can vote for mayor at either Tanner
Hall, the Winter Garden Senior Center (1 E.
Cypress St.) and Stoneybrook West Golf Club
(15501 Towne Commons Blvd).


Adeline Brann of
Palm Beach County will
take up her new position
the last week of March.

By Mary Anne Swickerath

Adeline Brann, who has a couple
of decades of expeince in technical
education, is the new director of West-
side Tech in Winter Garden. The Or-
ange County School Board approved
her appointment at its Feb. 28 meet-
ing. She is taking over for longtime
director Walt Cobb, who retired in
December.
Brann, who will come on board at
. Westside during the last week of this
month, told The West Orange Times
that she accepted the directorship be-
cause it represents such a great op-
portunity for her.
"I've worked for this for 20 years,"
she said.
Originally from Chicago, Brann,
who usually goes by Addie instead of
Adeline, has spent the last three years
as director of the West Technical Ed-
ucation Center in Palm Beach Coun-
ty. Before that she was in charge of
the Adult Education Center at Forest
Hill High School, also in Palm Beach
SCounty.
Besides these administrative jobs,
she has served as-a pri:,gram special-
ist, grant writer and teacher in Palm
Beach County and Chicago tech cen-
ters.
"My passion, my love is technical
education," she said. "I fell in love
with technical education in Chicago."


Brann earned her bachelor's degree
in English literature and education and
her master's degree in literature at
Loyola University in Chicago. She
went on to earn certification in edu-
cation leadership and supervision from
Floricda Atlantic University in Boca
Raton.
When asked what she envisioned
for Westside as its new director, Brann
said she would first spend time be-
coming familiar with its staff and pro-
grams.
"I want to make the transition a pos-
itive one," she said. "I want the staff
to feel secure with me. I'm very re-
spectful of what's been done here, and
I want to work with everyone for what
is the common good always the
students."
She said she is impressed with the
quality of the technical education sys-
tem in Orange County and islooking
forward to being a part of it.
At Westside her goals will include
offering high-skill, high-wage pro-
grams for the students, targeting ways
to improve student completion rates
and, hopefully, seeing Westside grow.
She also believes tech centers have
an important role to play in immigrant
education.
"I have a lot of sympathy with that,"
she said, being the daughter of Irish im-
migrants to the U.S. "Everyone should
have a chance to be a viable and con-
tributing member of the community."
Brann, who has two grown sons and
five stepchildren, said she and her hus-
band, David, also an educator, are ex-
cited about this new chapter in their
lives and are preparing for their move
to West Orange County.


Photo by Michael Laval
DP rallies past Warriors Po y Mae Lava
Rivals West Orange and Dr. Phillips high schools battled on the baseball diamond for the first time this
season. DP's.Blake Kummer (above) safely slides into 3rd base. The Panthers rallied in the final inning to
defeat West Orange 3-2. For more sports coverage and photos, see 1-3B.



Cancer survivor shares hope by

funding purple-ribboned medallions


By Amy Quesinberry

For the third year in a row, a Win-
ter Garden man has offered to pay for
the medallions given to cancer sur-
vivors at the annual West Orange Re-
lay For Life. Bill Harrison is a three-
time survivor and sees this gesture as
"'payback for being here":and being
alive.
Since 1987, Harrison has battled
testicular and prostate cancer and lym-
phoma..The Net\ Hampshire snow-
bird has accumulated nine survivor
medallions since then and will be at this
year's Relay to accept another.
Another medallion, another year
cancer-free.
Harrison hangs his collection on his
rearview mirror each time he drives
a cancer patient to his or her treatment
through the American Cancer Soci-
ety's Road to Recovery program.
"The minute they find out you're a
survivor, they've got all kinds of ques-
tions," he said. "And they're a little
bit more open to you than they would
be with someone who hasn't had it.
They find out they're going through
what you went through."
In addition to participating as a sur-
vivor, Harrison has also volunteered
with the West Orange Relay, shuttling
other survivors from the parking lot


to the field by golf cart.
Another chance to connect with oth-
ers with similar experiences.
Now in its eighth year, the 18-hour
Relay (March 31 and April 1 at West
Orange High School) raises funds for
the American Cancer Society.
This year's theme for the West Or-
ange Relay is "Once Upon a Time."
The overnight event includes fun
games, wacky contests, loud music,
a sunset luminaria ceremony and mov-
ing survivor stories and recognition.
"I think the people really look for-
ward to that part of the ceremony
when they receive their medallion and
people acknowledge them," Harrison
said.
To participate, interested persons
can contact the following committee
member s-
David Laniewski, chair, at
dlaniewski@cfl.rr.com;
co-chair Louis Fazio at
Lou.Fazio @ manheim.com;
Kathy Taylor, team development
and recruitment, at Ktaylor320@hot-
mail.com;
Martha Cooper, survivorship, at
407-656-4647;
Mike Kennington, logistics, at
Kenninm@ocps.net;
Kristina Spear, luminarias,
brindik@ocps.net;


JoAnn Wood, activities and en-
tertainment, at jwoodwoman@ya-
hoo.com.
Participants can register online at
www.acsevents.org/relay/fl/westor-
ange or take their registration fee to
Kathy Taylor in theEdgewater Hotel
in Winter Garden. The sign-up fee is
$100, and teams can select their camp-
sites at tiat time.
Volunteers are needed for all as-
pects of the Relay, from set up to break
down.
Call Laniewski at 407-654-7828 for
information on how to make a dona-
tion or volunteer.to help.
Sam's Club provided a $1,000 grant
that will used toward the luminaria
program. And last week's team cap-
tains meeting brought in $30,000 in
donations.
Eighteen pastors, ministers, fathers
or elders of the church are needed to
help Belhaven College's team fulfill
its goal. The campsite will have a
prayer fountainout front and mem-
bers of the clergy inside the tent of-
fering one-on-one prayers.
To help Dr. Frann Kelley-Rodriguez
and her team, call her at 407-379-
0114, Ext. 1123.
The final team captains meeting is
March 27 at 6 p.m. on the West Orange
High School football field.


Photo by Mary Anne Swickerath
Adeline Brann visited her new office at Westside Tech in Winter Gar-
den for the first time last week.


Oakland appoints canvassing board


By Amy Quesinberry


The Oakland Town Commission
appointed Mayor Kathy Stark, Vice
Mayor Mike Satterfield and Town
Clerk Linda Balsavage to the can-
vassing board for the March 14 mu-
nicipal election. The trio will meet
in the meeting hall at 7 p.m. on Elec-
tion Day to tally the absentee bal-
lots.
In addition, the commission adopt-
ed a resolution outlining the Can-
vassing Board criteria.


According to Balsavage, absentee
ballots have to be counted by ma-
chine instead of hand-counted.
Because the first regular Town
Commission meeting falls on Elec-
tion Day, the commission moved it
to March 7. This was to be a joint
meeting between the commission and
the School Advisory Council at Oak-
land Avenue Charter School.
In other business, the elected offi- a
cials appointed Mario Impellizari of
John's Landing to the Planning and
Zoning Board.


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VIRGINIA LEE "GINNY" CHANEY,
69, Marianna and formerly of Perry,
died Monday, Feb. 27. She was
Protestant and had worked for many
years at the old Skyland Restaurant,
formerly on Highway 19. Survivors:
husband, Gary, Flint, Mich.; sons, Jer-
ry Clemons, Clermont, Tim (and Vick-
ie) Clemons, Bonifay, Ron Murphy,
Lecanto, Pat (and Belinda) Murphy,
Bakersville, N.C.; daughters, Ann
Hundley, Elizabethton, Tenn., Kay
(and Tommy) Griffis, Malone; stepchil-
dren, Laura, Pat, Debbie, Marie; broth-
er, Earl (and Helen) Stanaland, Char-
lotte, Tenn.; 15 grandchildren; many
nieces and nephews. She was pre-
ceded in death by her parents, Jack
Stanaland and the former Ethel M.
Murphy; stepfather, Floyd Holt; and a
great-grandchild, Kaylee Garrett. Joe
P. Burns Funeral Home, Perry; Carl-
ton Cemetery.
HAROLD CONKLIN, 53, Ocoee, died
Wednesday, March 1. Survivors in-
clude family and friends. Collison
Carey Hand Funeral Home, Ocoee.
ARETHA MAE DAWSON, 75, Orlan-
do, died Sunday, March 5. She was
born in Oakland, the 14th child in-a
family of 7 boys and 7 girls. She
moved to.Orlando as a child and at-
tended Jones High School. She
earned money washing and ironing
clothes and later worked as a nurse's
aide. She was also an ordained min-
ister and was a volunteer receptionist
at her son's law office. Survivors: sons,
Sen. Gary Siplin, Gregory Siplin, John-
ny, all of Orlando; daughter, Cathy,
Orlando; brother, Daniel Siplin Sr.,
Tildenville; sisters, Mary Louise Lovett,
Orlando, Minnie McFarland, Tampa;
11 grandchildren. Postell's Mortuary,
Orlando.
JAMIE R! ESCUE, 90, Winter Garden,
died Feb. 27. She was born in Day-
ton, Tenn. She was an automobile fac-
tory worker. She was preceded in
death by Lee Escue. Survivor: son,


Quinten, Winter Garden. Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Gar-
den.
RICHARD J. GLADKOWSKI, 48,
Ocoee, died suddenly Feb. 28. He was
born in Joliet, Ill., in 1957. He moved
to Florida in 1979 and worked in con-
struction for many years. He was a
skilled master in carpentry and worked
as a lineman for OUC. He was a mem-
ber of the Carpenter & Lathers Union
#1765 and a member of the IBEW Lo-
cal 222. Survivors: parents, Theodore
R. and Patricia L. (Hafner) Gladkows-
ki; brother, Ted. A. (and Jody); sisters,
Michele L. (and Pat) Feeney, Cindy L.
(and Gary) Murley; 7 nieces and
nephews. Carey Hand Cox-Parker Fu-
neral Home, Winter Park.
BEVERLY A. HEDRICK, 43, Winder-
mere, died Feb. 28. A Community Fu-
neral Home & Sunset Cremations,
Downtown Chapel, Orlando.
HERBERT ZACHARIAH HENRY, 84,
Orlando, died March 1. He was born in
Comfort Hall, Jamaica, where he mar-
ried Hazel Walters in 1946. He was
trained as a motor mechanic. He and
his wife lived in Jamaica and England
before they moved to New York in
1971. They moved to Miami in 1978,
where they were baptized into the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints. They moved to Orlando in
2004 to live near the church's temple'
on Apopka-Vinelapd Road. In addition
to his wife, he is survived by daugh-
ters Cynthia (and Carl) Hamilton, Ja-
maica, Patricia, 'Houston, Texas,
Zadoo "Leila" Henry, Plantation,
Heather (and Marvin) Genus, Miami;
brother, Reginald, Jamaica;, 7 grand-
children; 2 great-grandchildren. The
viewing is from 5-8 p.m. this Friday,
.March 10, at Collison Carey-Hand Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden. Funeral
services are at 9 a.m. Saturday, March
11, at the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints Chapel, 8450 Silver
Star Road, Ocoee. Bishop Michael


scene matched the tires on Abdool' s
Vehicle. Police also noticed incon-
sistencies in his statement prior to
his confession and arrest.


DANE ABDOOL


Ocoee man charged
with teen's.murder
Winter Garden police have ar-
rested an Ocoee man in connection
with the murder of his 17-year-old
Winter Garden girlfriend.
Dane Abdool. 19, of 1254 Viz-
caya Lakes Blvd., #307, Ocoee,
turned himself in to the W inter Gar-
den Police Department after police
obtained search warrants for his ve-
hicle. residence and place of em-
ploy ment and his parents' residence
and stepfather's business.
Police responded to a car fire on.
Count\ Road 545 earl\ on Feb. 25.
Upon extinguishing the fire, police
discovered a human torso burned be-
yond recognition. Later that morning..
police said. Amelia Sookdeo's moth-
er reported her missing.
Police said Amelia had:left her
home through her bedroom window
sometime during the night; articles
of clothing at the scene were con-
sistent with clothing worn by the
girl.
Abdool originally said he hadn't
seen Amelia for \weeks. police said.
but tire impressions at the crime


Ocoee police report
The Ocoee Police Department re-
ported 684 calls for service Feb. 24-
March 2.
Arrests-20 adult males, 8 adult fe-
males, 14 juvenile males, 9 juvenile
females.
False alarms-18
Assault/battery-11
Burglary, residential:& business-
8
Burglary, vehicle-3
Child abuse-1
Criminal mischief-9
Drug violations-8
DUI-4
Sexual assault/battery-1


Lavoie of the Ocoee Ward will officiate.
Woodlawn Memorial Park, Gotha.
MYRTLE "LUCILLE" SHIVER HOV-
SEPIAN, 92, Winter Garden, died
March 1. She was born in Cairo, Ga.,
in 1913, one of 10 children of the late
Albert Shiver and the late Myrtle Pin-
son Shiver. She was preceded in
death by her first husband, Sam Hov-
sepian, and second husband, Gilbert
Koranda. Survivors: son, John, Win-
ter Garden; daughter, Eva H. (and Bill)
Plant, Woodstock, Ga.; stepdaughter,
Jane Koranda Wood; 4 grandchildren;
5 great-grandchildren; brother, H.B.
(Boots) Shiver, Morriston; many nieces
and nephews. A memorial celebration
of her life is this Thursday, March 9,
at 10 a.m. at the Oakland Presbyteri-
an Church. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home, Winter Garden.
DEIDRE LITTLE HUGGINS, 57, Al-
toona, died Friday, March 3. Born in
Orlando, she moved to Altoona from
Switzerland, Fla., in 1998. She was a
parts manager and was employed by
Carrier Air Conditioning of Orlando for
27 years. Survivors: Bobby; son,
Michael Boyles, Pensacola; stepson,
Bobby Jr., Umatilla; daughters,
Michele Moore, Jacksonville, Carrie
Jones, Clermont; brothers, Mike Don-
ahey, Gotha, Gere Donahey, Ocoee;
5 grandchildren. Memorial donations
can be made to Lake/Sumter Hospice,
12300 Lane Park Road, Tavares
32778-9972. Beyers Funeral Home,
Umatilla.
R.C. KELLER, 66, Winter Garden,
died Feb. 25. A Community Funeral
Home & Sunset Cremations, Down-
town Chapel, Orlando.
BABY MARTIN, Apopka, died Thurs-
day, March 2. Survivors: parents, Car-
la and Marcus Martin, Apopka. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home, Apopka.
SHERON MERCER-HARDY, 51,
Apopka, died Feb. 25. She was a life-


Thefts-19
Vehicle accidents-31
Vehicle thefts-5
Alarms, total-34
Death/suicide/traffic homicide-

Disturbances-138
Missing/runaway adult-3
Missing/runaway juvenile-3.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 50 calls for as-
sistance during the period of Feb.
26 through March 4:
Fires-3
Emergency medical calls-36
Auto accidents-3
Automatic fire alarms-5
Hazardous conditions-0
Miscellaneous-3.


long Apopka resident and graduated
in 1972 from Apopka High School.
Survivors: husband, Richard; children,
Jennell Vanzant, Palmetto, Tony
Hardy, Apopka, Mark Hardy, Ocoee,
Cody Mercer, Sorrento; grandchildren,
Ross, Erica, Zachary, Peanut; mother
and stepfather, Lauraand Eugene
Davis, Apopka; sisters, Sandy Stokes,
Alabama, Donna Davis,; Apopka;
brothers, Eugene Davis, Tony Robin-
son, both of Apopka. Memorial dona-
tions can be made to the local Humane
Society, as Sheron loved animals.
Loomis Family Funeral Home, Apop-
ka.

JOAN S. MOWRER, 70, Winter Gar-
den, died Friday, March 3. Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Gar-
den.

STEPHANIE ANN STRATFORD, 62,
Winter Garden, died Feb. 25. Born in
1943, she was a longtime employee
of Publix Super Markets and was
Lutheran. Survivors: children, Shawn,
Christina Gaskin; father, William Grif-
fith; sister, Alita Totz; grandchildren,
Savannah and Austin Gaskin. Memo-
rial contributions can be made to the
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,
Donor Service, P.O. Box 4072, Pitts-
field, MA 01202. Woodlawn Memorial
Park and Funeral Home, Gotha.

CHARLOTTE S. THOMPSON, 86,
Orlando, died Feb. 26. She was born
in 1928 in Knoxville, Tenn. She moved
to Central Florida from Harriman,
Tenn., in 1969. She was a religious
education teacher and was a member
of the Pine Ridge PCA of Orlando.
Survivors: son, John, Ocoee; daugh-
ter, Mary Thompson Calhoun, Ashville,
N.C.; sisters, Laurette Nunlist, Orlan-
do, Marlene Hildabrand, Albuquerque,
N.M.; brother, Burton Sherrod, San-
ford, N.C. Dobbs Funeral Home, Or-
lando; Chapel Hill Cemetery.


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well as games, a cakewalk, bounce
houses, a slide, concessions, includ-
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much more. The church is located at
436 Oakdale St. in Windermere. For
more information, call 407-909-0464.


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OCPS meeting to
offer info on 2
relief schools for
Lakeview and
Whispering Oak
, Orange County Public Schools is
costing two community meetings to
introduce the status of the new school
design and construction for two re-
lief schools for Lakeview Middle and
Whispering Oak Elementary.
' The first meeting for Lakeview
- is being hosted by School Board
members Karen Ardaman of District
4 and Jim Martin of District 7, Tues-
day, March 21, at 6:30 p.m. in the
Lakeview auditorium. The school is
4t 1200 W. Bay St., Winter Garden.
I The meeting for Whispering Oak
is Thursday, March 30, at 6:30 p.m.
in the WOES cafeteria, 15300
Stoneybrook West Parkway, Winter
Garden. It is being hosted by Ar-
daman.
' The purpose of the meetings is to
share information and update resi-.
dents on the construction of these.
two schools.
A new middle school will be built
ii southwest Winter Garden north of
Lake Hartley and near the newest ex-
tension of the State Road 429 Daniel
Webster Beltway.
SThe elementary school will be built
in the Lakeside Village of Horizon
West east of County Road 535 and
4outh of Chase Road.
SAnyone with questions regarding
these meetings can contact Dennis
oltz of OCPS at 407-317-3974 or
*oltzd@ocps.net..


ONP to benefit
from wine tasting
Salvatore's Gourmet Market and
Caf6 in Clermont is hosting a wine-
t sting event to benefit the Oakland
1lature Preserve on Saturday, March
25, from 2- 5 p.m. Salvatore's is at 151
W. State Road 50.;All proceeds from
Sthe event will be used toward ONP's
construction of its Environmental Ed'
ucation Center.
SThe theme is a "Jellybean Tast-
ing." and combinations of different
flavored jellybeans ll be sampled
and then compared to different vari-
eties of wines This is to help the
taster identify the various aromas and
flavors present in the wines being
tasted.
The cost is $10 and includes tast-
ings of more than a dozen w ines.
The Oakland Nature Preserne is
composed of 128 acres in Oakland
and includes a 2/3-mile boardwalk
to Lake Apopka and various hiking
trails. It is open from sunrise to sun-
set seven da\s a \\ eek.
For more information, call 407-
905-0054 or go to www\ oaklandna-
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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 of-
fer understanding. useful informa-
tion and shanng w ith others \ ho are
gneving.
An ongoing general grief support
group is held Mondays from 6:30-8
p.m. at St. Pauls Presbytenan Church.
9600 W. Colonial Drite in Ocoee.
This group is led by staff from V'I-
TAS Innovative Hospice Care.
To register or for more informna-
tion. call Nlaureen at 407-691-9549.

Southside Christian
youth group needs help
with fund-raising
The youth group. Impact. from
Southside Christian Fellowship in
Winter Garden is raising funds for a
trip to the International Youth &
Children's Conference. in Chat-
tanooga. Tenn.,The conference if
March 17-19.
The youth have held car washes
and bake sales and \\ill have a yard
sale at the church this Saturday at 7
a.m.
Impact is available to L isit any lo-
cal organization wanting a worship
service in music and mime.
To schedule an Impact visit, call
Glen Smith at 407-656-8125. For
more information, call 407-656-
,.6541. ,


Southside Christian Fel-
lowship will have
Guest speaker Sunday
Southside Christian Fellowship in-
\ ites the public to hear a special guest
speaker this Sunday. March 12. Sher-
lock Valle. a Je\%ish representative
%, ho is very knowledgeable about the
turmoil in the \ orld today. will speak
at 10 a.m
The church is located at 1320 S.
Ninth St.. Winter Garden.


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Bloom 'N' Grow Garden Society Inc. members are busy planning the 6'" Annual Spring Fever in the Car-
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Crabtree (Spring Fever chair), Janet Woodcock and Sara Smith. The street festival showcases a wide va-
riety of garden-related vendors, including plants, flowers and garden crafts. Also popular is the KidZone
and butterfly house.


West Orange Habitat breaks ground in Oakland
West Orange Habitat for Humanity broke ground on recently in Oakland for the Reed family. This is the 5th
house sponsored by St. Luke's United Methodist Church and the 18th house for WOHFH. Pictured are (I-
r): Nick Shannin; president of WOHFH; Betty Wilson, coordinator, St. Luke's; Tom Runnels, project man-
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SAn election for a community rep-
resentanie and alternate (as a team for
the Winter Garden area for the Or-
ange County Department of Health
and Family Services Community Ac-
tion Board will be held March 21,
\\which is an extension of the original
date. '
This Community Action Board
ICAB) is advisory to the Board of
County Conmissioners and oversees
the Commurury Action Program as a
volunteer board composed of 24 cit-
izens selected from dree sectors: pub-
lic government. pri% ate business and
industry and comnmunitr representa-


tives.
The elected team is to serve a three-
year CAB District 7 term representing
targeted area constituents in Winter
Garden, Ocoee. Oakland 'and
Tildenville, with local polling sites to
be announced later.
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pro\ ides serv ices. programs, aid and
assistance for targeted area low-in-
come and disadvantaged citizens
through commumnir governmental ser-
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with governmental, private and com-
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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, March 9, 2006


Opinion


In our opinion

Editorials


This has been the most difficult year ever for us
to make endorsements in the Ocoee City Com-
mission elections. That's because so many fine can-
didates, most of them running for the first time,
are seeking office.
In interviews and questionnaires, we found that
all the candidates had something to offer as rep-
resentatives of the citizens. Most of them are well
qualified to serve, and all were responsive, can-
did and cooperative during the campaigning pro-
cess. Thus the difficulty in choosing one for each
race.
In District 1, we think Gary Hood should have
the chance to continue in this seat. He was ap-
pointed six months ago to complete the second year
of Danny Howell's trm, and he has served his dis-
trict well during that time. We feel he would be
an even better commissioner if given the oppor-
tunity to grow in that position.
District 2 has a crowded field of six candidates,
and this race was especially difficult to call. The
top two candidates are Janet Shira and Jim Sills,
and both would make effective commissioners.


Winter Garden is in the midst of its most con-
tentious municipal election in many years.
In the past 12 months, the city has dealt with
controversial issues such as Trailer City and the
Winter Garden Village at Fowler Groves. During
that time Winter Garden has seen the recall from
office of a city commissioner and the firing of its
city attorney. Winter Garden's new city.inanag-
er, ichael Bollhoefer, has been a calming force
through the turmoil of the past year.
Of the four candidates for mayor, Jack Quesin-
berry is our choice to continue guiding Winter
Garden on a path of cultural and economic pros-
perity. Voters should remember that much of what
makes Winter Garden great today,,sich as the
newly renovated don ntown district, was devel-
oped under his leadership. Quesinberrv offers the
most stability and the only proven track record
among his opponents. The support Quesinberry has
demonstrated for the city manager and his staff
is vital to keeping Winter Garden on the right
track. We believe that any candidate whose agen-
da includes dismissing the city manager poses a
dangerous threat to Winter Garden's prosperity.
Colin Sharman. who has been serving on the
Planning and Zoning Board for the past five
months. shows great promise as a future leader
for Winter Garden. He's young, well-spoken and
intelligent. We think his brief involvement in city
government makes it premature to step into the
mayor's seat, although we see Sharman, a Dis-
trict 4 resident, as an obvious candidate to run for
his district's commission seat next year.
Trailer City resident Edward Bowman. while
honest and well-intentioned, is not a good match
for the job of mayor.
The fourth candidate. Rod Reynolds. doesn't
deserve consideration. Since being appointed to the
commission last year. Reynolds has demonstrat-
ed repeatedly that he doesn't have Winter Gar-
den's best interest at heart. When he speaks, res-
idents might as well hear the words come direct-
ly from Doug Guetzloe's mouth. His inability to
reject this political consultant's agenda has driv-
en away some of his closest allies. His campaign
has become such a joke that even his own broth-
er displays an opponent's sign.
And for someone who has been, in business in
downtown n Winter Garden for so many years, his
resume of local involvement is almost non-exis-
tent. His short "bio" lists his membership to the
West Orange Chamber of Commerce. What it
doesn't mention, is that although he has been in
business for 20 years, he joined the Chamberjust
three months ago.
Nlany campaign fliers approved by Reynolds
claim that he voted against a property tax increase.
The truth can be found in the City Commission's
official minutes, which show that Reynolds and the
other commissioners voted unanimously to retain
the city's property tax rate. This shows Reynolds
to be either a dishonest or anincompetent candi-
date. His campaign fliers also manipulate his ap-
pointment letter from the governor to give the im-
pression ihat he received an endorsement, which
prompted Reynolds to receive another letter from


We give the nod to Sills because of his many
years of community volunteering. We don't be-
lieve anyone has more years of dedicated service
on a variety of city boards, from Planning and
Zoning to the Citizen Advisory Council for the,
Ocoee Police Department to the Code Enforce-
ment Board. He has proven his ability to be a
leader and a consensus-builder. He also has a
clear understanding of the role of a commission-
er and would provide a strong and independent
point of view.
District 4 has two first-time candidates, and this
race was also close for us to call. We choose Joel
Keller because of his financial background, a cru-
cial area in city planning, and his demonstrated
effectiveness and deep involvement in public
school issues, including the recent rezonings for
Ocoee High School. He also serves as chairman
of the Citizen Advisory Council for the Ocoee
Police Department and has been a member of the
Planning and Zoning Board since 2002.
We also commend all eight candidates for their
clean campaigns in this election.


the governor's office telling him to cease and
desist.
We also find it ironic that two Winter Garden
landmarks are often prominently displayed on'
Reynolds' campaign materials: the new clock tow-
er and the Heritage Museum building, both do-
nated to the city by Jerry Chicone. What Reynolds
wants residents to believe is that Chicone and oth-
ers are involved with the Heritage Foundation and
Garden Theatre with a secret plan to profit from
it. Hogwash. That just shows how out of touch
Reynolds has been. Where has he been for the
past 20 years?
Mayor Quesinberry is the right choice for Win-
ter Garden.
In the District 1 commission race, we support Bob
Buchanan. He served on the city's Code En-
forcement Board for seven years and currently
sits on the Planninig and Zoning Board. He has
been an active member of the community through
a broad range of organizations for more than 20
years. We believe he has the background and the
proper intentions to be a strong independent voice
on the commission and deserves the support of
the voters in that district.,
Gerald Jowers is also an independent voice with
broad support. While we believe he would serve
Winter Garden well, we note that since he served
on the commission from 1986-88, 1989-91 and
1994-96, his involvement with public service has
declined. We question his passion for serving af-
ter so many years away from the fray.
Also in District 1 is newcomer Kent Horsley, who
we feel was handpicked by the Guetzloe-ites,
much to the, distrust of many Trailer City resi-
dents, who had already offered their support to
Jowers. The Guetzloe-ites apparently don't want
Jowers because he doesn't share the view that
Bollhoefer needs to be fired.
One might think that Horsley, who has no mu-
nicipal government experience, supports the city
manager if you read his responses to the candi-
dates' questionnaire published in last week's edi-
tion of The I\'esi Orange Times.
He said, "I have enjoyed a great working rela-
tionship with Michael since he first assumed the
role of city manager. I have found him to be per-
sonable, attentive and quick responding to citi-
zen concerns and critical issues. I anticipate a con-
tinued pleasant and satisfy ing working relationship
with NMichael."
That's not the way he sounded a few weeks ear-
lier when standing with Reynolds. Guetzloe and
District 4 Commissioner Carol Nichols in Trail-
er City at a meeting for District 1 residents.
Horsley said. "Let's put a voice on that city
council that is not afraid to look anyone in the
eye, including a city manager who apparently has
adopted his predecessor's mannerisms, and let's
put people in there that are not afraid to look 'em
in the eye and say. 'You are not going to do that
to us.
He didn't earn any points at that meeting, and
we believe Horsley has earned as much consid-
eration as Reynolds for election to office in Win-
ter Garden. None.


Phipps gets our
Oakland is in a situation similar to the one it had
with the municipal election two years ago: the
same seat on the ballot and the same two candi-
dates wanting to serve in that seat. This time,
though, one is.the incumbent.
Mona Phipps has shown tremendous energy
in her two years as commissioner, and we feel she
needs another term in office to work on a num-
ber of projects she has been involved in.
We admire her dedication to the town and its


Life in Windermere is not as simple as it
was just a decade ago. Neither are the chal-
lenges facing the town government. New res-
idents are razing 1,000-square-foot camps and
replacing them with homes five times that size.
A citizens' commission is rewriting the outdated
charter. Town codes need a complete over-
haul. A massive stormwater remediation pro-
ject to correct runoff into the lakes in 21 lo-
cations is about to start after three years of
planning. The town staff is overworked and
needs to be augmented, and citizens want to
hold the line on taxes. These are just some of
the immediate town needs.
We believe the current council is well bal-
anced, has an ear for the residents' concerns and
desires and is well ahead of the learning curve.
While mayoral challenger Carl Patterson is
eminently qualified for the job as a former
mayor in the 1980s and long-time town plan-
ner, -we believe his suggested,techniques for
running the town are outdated. Mayor Gary
Bruhn has opened up a much-needed line of
communication for the citizenry with his open
forum at council meetings. This process has qui-
eted down some previous unrest; however,
Patterson has made some valid points. Bruhn
would'do well to restrict the residents from
repetitive and mean-spirited attacks on coun-
cil members and staff. Criticism is fair, but
barbed and vehement diatribes are unwarranted
in a council that recently approved a Civility
-Code (over Bruhn's objection). With reserva-
tions, we believe Bruhn is the better.choice.
As for the council candidates, Ron Martin
and Matt Sullivan have had two years to learn
the mechanics of the Windermere 'system --
no simple feat. The issues are complex.
Martin has shown he can address compli-
.cated and delicate topics head on, when nec-
essary, but in a less-abrasive manner than oth-


Letters to I


OCHD urges parents t
Parents and Guardians of School-Aged Children:

I am writing to remind you all of the impor-
'tance of getting your children immunized. To
those kindergarten parents, please make sure that
your child is in compliance with theFlorida law
S which states that all children entering school must
have the required.childhood vaccinations. The,
immunizations required are five DTaP, four po-
lio, three to four Hepatitis B, two MMR and one
\aricella. There are some variations to the above
Schedule due to late starters or missed doses; how-
ever, if you are unsure if your child is in compli-
ance, you can always call the Orange County
Health Department and ask for the School Health
SProgram at 407-836-7185. One of the nurses or
health support technicians will be happy to help
Vou.
SSixth-grade parents and guardians, before'you
Know if your child will be in seventh grade and
needs to get a Td booster shot, the best advice I
can give you is not to wait for the summer to ar-
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long lines and the stress that comes with trying to
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all of you is that if your child has not had the


vote in Oakland
residents and think her passion for making the right
decision has helped the commission accomplish
many goals.
Oakland has tackled some weighty issues in
past months, ones that will have a huge impact'
on the town, and those projects need the attention
that Phipps is willing to give.
Phipps has shown she can get people to work
together to make positive changes in the town. Her
people skills are an asset to the town of Oakland.


ers. In his first term,,he collected resident in-
put on the need for a public water system, a per-
tinent resource for future, more serious dis-
cussion. He has worked hard to represent the
town's elderly residents.
Sullivan offers the council a much-needed
strong business approach to governing the
town. He is well prepared to address plans forx
the downtown development, submitted less:
than a month ago. He has taken the lead in the
stormwater runoff project that will be ongoing
for years to come. This complicated task is!
one all residents endorse as a significant strat-
egy to protecting the town's greatest asset, the
Butler Chain of Lakes. He is one of the plain-
tiffs in a lawsuit against the town that has a
long and complicated history; we believe res,
idents should put this aside and weigh his skills
and dedication to the town.
Bob Sprick has only served since Decenm-
ber when he was appointed to the late Fred
Pryor's seat. He inherited the responsibility.
for the town manager's annual review a
delicate and controversial task. He handled it
well and has also addressed the friction and
communication issues bet\\ een council mem-
bers and town staff. His skills as an attorney
would be a plus in addressing the charter re'
vision and outcome of the town's lawsuits. In
additionhe has two degrees in environmental
science, added assets in preserving the lakes.
There will be no time for a new council to
catch its breath and get up to speed. So having
knowledgeable town officials ready to bolt
from the'starting ate at the first meeting is.
imperative. All of the incumbents are long-time
residents, committed to preserving the essence
of the town's small-town atmosphere.
Bruhn, Martin, Sprick and Sullivan are the'
best choices to blend Windermere's history
with the changes that come with growth.


the editor


:o get kids immunized
chicken pox (varicella) Vaccine, then I would
strongly suggest you consider having your child
immunized. This disease is still out there, and al-
though most people do not believe it to be a par-
ticularly dangerous disease, they are wrong. There
are many serious side effects that come from
chicken pox not to mention the normal course
of the disease, which has such symptoms as high
fever, unbearable itching (which can cause scar-
ring if scratched), lethargy and more. Why put
your children through this when there is a vaccine
to avoid it? '
Also, remember (as mentioned above with the
kindergartners), Hepatitis B is a required shot foi
entrance into seventh grade. If your child has nev-
er had this series of tree shots spread over a four-
to six-month period, then they will need to begin
this immunization series as well.
Please help us help you keep your children
healthy and safe from unwanted childhood dis-
eases. Itjust takes a few minutes to get this done,
and OCHD has several clinic sites for your con-
venience. Call 407-836-2600 to find the location
nearest you. .
OCHD is leading the way to a healthier Flori-
da.

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Business


Volcano's Coffee Bar and Roastery to erupt in Winter Garden


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Chamber member for December
West Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassador the Rev. Tom
Rutherford (right) recently congratulated Rob Maphis of James A. Cum-
mings General Contractors for winning the Chamber's Member of the
Month Award for December. Maphis was recognized for his work with
the Jewels of Our Schools program.


By Michael Laval

Local coffee lovers can soon enjoy a
new caf6 that boasts its commitment to
serving only the world's finest brews.
Volcano's Coffee Bar and Roastery
is set to open later this month in Winter
Garden at the West Point Commons
Shopping Center on West Colonial
Drive.
The Winter Garden Volcano's will
be the first franchise of the original cof-
fee shop founded in Longwood by Joey
Chase. Rex Currie, a Winter Garden
resident who managed the Longwood
caf6, is the owner of the new local fran-
chise. Michele Sanabira has also left the
original coffee shop to manage the Win-
ter Garden Volcano's.
Volcano's aims to raise the bar when
it comes to the quality of coffee served
at a caf6. Chase said he and Currie au-
dition coffee crops from all over the
world in search of only the finest beans.
The best coffee, Currie said, is grown
at high altitudes in volcanic soil; hence
the name Volcano's.
"We cherry pick the most exclusive
lots of the finest coffees," Chase said.
"We don't want good coffee, only ex-
ceptional coffee."
Volcano's buys coffee beans from 30
different countries, headded..
The quality of coffee crops, like
wines, can vary year to year. Although
coffee, Chase said, is much more so-
phisticated.
"Coffee is the most complex thing
we consume on this planet," he said.
"More than 850 components contribute
to the flavor of coffee."
Equally as important to selecting from
top coffee crops, Currie said, is the pro-
cess and timing of roasting the beans.
While the vast majority of coffee shops
receive shipments of coffee beans that
have already been roasted, Volcano's
does its own roasting on location.
"Most coffee loses 60 percent of its
aroma and flavor two weeks after it's
been roasted," Chase said. "Most peo-
ple drink coffee that's four to eight
weeks old. We don't serve coffee more
than one week old."
Volcano's has developed about 30
different roasting recipes to bring out


Volcano's Coffee Bar and Roastery is set to open soon in Winter Garden. Cafe manager Michele Sanabi-
ra (left), franchise owner Rex Currie (center) and founder Joey Chase stand outside the new coffee shop
on West Colonial Drive.


the best flavor in each type of coffee
bean it serves. Customers can also en-
joy Volcano's coffee at home by buy-
ing ground or whole bean coffees by
the pound at the caf6.
Volcano's coffee is currently served
at Chatham's restaurant in Dr. Phillips
and at Norman's restaurant at the Ritz-
Carlton Grande Lakes Resort in South
Orlando.
While Chase and Currie expect to at-
tract gourmet coffee lovers, Volcano's
is designed to attract a much broader
crowd.
"You can come to Volcano's even if
you're not a coffee drinker," Chase said.
"This will be more than a coffee shop;
it will be a nucleus of the community."
Chase and Currie said Volcano's will
offer a family-oriented environment
along with great food, first-class teas,
frozen coffee beverages and desserts.
Patrons will be welcome to take ad-


vantage of high-speed wireless Internet
access and enjoy special events, such
as poetry readings and specialty coffee
tasting.
A variety of traditional Italian panin-
ni sandwiches, Currie said, will be made
from the freshest ingredients.
Volcano's has New York water
bagels regularly shipped to its cafes from
the Bronx. The bagels, which are sold in
a variety of flavors and also used to
make egg sandwiches, are so popular,
Sanabira said, that they often sell out


by 10 a.m. at the Longwood store. Fresh
muffins, croissants and biscotti will also
be available.
To satisfy your sweet tooth, Currie
said, he personally makes cheesecakes
and more than a dozen flavors of gela-
to from scratch daily.
Look for Volcano's to hold a grand-
opening celebration in early April. Vol-
cano's will be open Monday through
Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday
from 6:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday
from 7 i.m. to 6:30 p.m.


Chamber member for January
West Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassador the Rev. Tom
Rulherford (right) congratulated MetroWest resident Nick D'Uva of High
Line. Inc. for winning the Chamber's Member of the Month Award for
January. The Chamber chose to honor D'Uva for his help in setting up
major Chamber events.


Workforce workshop for seniors


,Wisdom-Works, a new program
that provides assistance to people 55
years and older with finding job op-
portunities, is being offered in Orange
County.
"'The specialized senior job seminar
gives older adults seeking work the
opportunity to meet vwith a volunteer



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Education credits. Qualified college and vo-
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may qualify for a credit. Under the Hope cred-
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tuition and fees paid during the first two years
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available for post-secondary education ex-
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Peer coaching will assist job hunters
with motivational support and access
to employers interested in employing
older adults.
For more information, call Wisdom-,
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RETIREMENT
HOUSING
This year, about one in every eight per-
sons in the United States is considered an
"older" American, according to government
statistics. Seniors comprise a constantly
growing segment of our population. That
means more people are making plans for
housing during their retirement years.
An increasing number of seniors are ex-
pressing a preference to remain in their own
community, close to friends, shopping,
church and other familiar surroundings. But
to do so, many feel they should move to an-
other home -one that will be more com-
fortable and habitable for aging folks.
Aging in place means living in their es-
tablished community where seniors can live
safely irdependenl.% arJ co.mf..rta.blv e-
gaidlee .f age, Lnm.--me cor jbilh I, el Find-
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home must satisfy sensitive integration of
myriad functional and design considerations
for the senior homeowner. They must fitto-
gether into a unified, aesthetically pleasing
whole.
The idea of moving far away to a retire-
ment development is having less appeal in
today's market. Staying close to familiar
surroundings is in. It's never too early to
start planning for retirement years.
If you would like to talk further about
buying or selling real estate, please contact
Libby Tomyn at Century 21 Professional
Group. Call me on my personal message
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Winter Garden


DeArmond wins
Toastmasters award
Brenda DeArmond recently won
a Toastmasters contest. Out of 9
contestants, she took home a first-
place trophy for her impromptu
speech Feb. 20 at Conqueror's
Toastmasters Club in downtown Or-
lando.
Conqueror's has been rated the
No. 1 club in the state and among the
top three clubs in the world.
DeArmond will not compete in
the Division Contest in Winter Park,
representing her club and compet-
ing against nine other speakers. She
has been competing for nine years
and has numerous trophies to prove
it. She said she still has room for
more trophies.
DeArmond feels that public
speaking is very important for ev-
eryone, especially her because she
works every day as a Realtor and
business broker. She is the owner
of Brenda DeArmond Realty in
Winter Garden.


Brenda DeArmond (center) won 1st place for her impromptu speech Feb. 20 at Conqueror's Toastmasters
Club. With her are Jo Ellen Taylor, the 3rd-place winner, and Andy Dooley, who won 2nd place.


The Awana Club of Beulah Baptist Church awarded trophies to winners
of the Grand Prix Pinewood Derby, I-r: front, Sunni Griffin, Brandon
Murphy, Madi Murphy, Chris Cotter; 2nd row, Alex Cotter, Dominique
George, Brook Lindsey, Deanna Glenn, Elizabeth Longshore; 3rd row,
Justin Morgan, Derick Murphy, Julia Longshore, Zeb Griffin, Jarrod
Merriman, Patrick Glenn; back, Timothy Goodwin, Lindsey Silver, Hol-
lie Lewis, Holly Morgan and Scout Westerskov. Not pictured: Gaven Gan-
ley.

Awana students race in Pinewood Derby


The Awana Club of Beulah Baptist
Church held its 7th Annual Grand Prix
recently, and boys and girls from age
3 through fifth grade raced the cars
they made to determine who made the
fastest car. The 60 Pinewood Derby
cars were also judged for design, cre-
ativity, best theme, Awana spirit and
most authentic street car.
Each clubber started with a block
of wood, four wheels and four axles,
which they needed to shape into the car
of their choice. Cars were cut, paint-
ed and decorated at a Pit Party three
weeks prior to the Grand Prix, and
most of the work was done at that
time.
Some cars were built for speed.


Alex Cotter took first place in just 2.9
seconds, Scout Westerskov took sec-
ond, and Madi Murphy took third.
Others were creatively themed or
cut in various shapes. Sunni Griffin
won first place for the most creative car
with her mermaid-shaped vehicle.
Patri6k Murphy went with a "bed of
nails" theme, while Zeb Griffin won
with a cell phone-shaped car. Lind-
sey Silver raced a ladybug, and Der-
ick Murphy sailed a pirate ship.
The races followed a Relay For Life
spaghetti dinner, which was open to the
public.
To get involved in the Awana pro-
gram or for more information, call
407-656-3342.


Rec offers day camp
during spring break
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is offering a day camp dur-
ing spring break March 10-17. The
program is $12 daily for residents, $15
for others and is available weekdays
'from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
It takes place at the Old Fire Sta-
tion Recreation Center and will in-
clude art projects, a St. Patrick's Day
celebration and a field trip to the Cen-
tral Florida Zoo.
For more information or to inquire
about signing up, call the rec office at
407-656-4155.

$10,000 college
scholarship available
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary is seeking ninth-
through 12th-graders for the Young
American Creative Patriotic Art Pro-
gram. To enter, students must create
a positive patriotic depiction on can-
vas or paper. The submission must be
no smaller than 8x10 and no larger
than 16x24.
The deadline to enter is March 29.
For entry details, call 407-656-5586.


Raising money
for Relay
The Crawford Tire Team of the
West Orange Relay For Life held an
adult bown-a-thon recently at
Carter Family Bowl, and 131 par-
ticipants turned out for the fund-
raiser. The team thanks the Carters
and everyone who donated door
prizes. Above, team participants
Teresa Crawford, Gloria Theodore,
Laura Theodore, Sharon Mc-
Gowan, Susan Sullivan, Gina
.Vigeant, Mona Best, Brenda Bass
and Linda Simmon. At right, Julie
Jordan (on left) won the high-wom-
an award with a score of 163, Rex
Hunt scored 223 for the high-man
award (accepted by his daughter,
Brandi Hunt, on right), and Rachel
Jaspan took home the low-bowler
award after scoring a 32.


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Pep rally boosts students before FCAT
Students at Oakland Avenue Charter School participated in a parade
to kick off the recent FCAT testing. An escort from the Oakland Police
.- department led the group down Oakland Avenue (top photo), and the
, students were cheered on by their peers (above).


Memorial Gospel
Choir performing in
spring concert at
St. Paul M.B.C.
St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church
in Oakland is hosting its annual spring
concert featuring the Florida Memo-
rial Gospel Choir from Miami. The
concert is this Saturday, March 11, at
7 p.m. and will also feature other en-
tertainment.
Florida Memorial College alumni
Sand members of the community who
-enjoy gospel music are invited to at-
.tend.
The church is at 413 W. Oakland
:A\e. For more information, call the
Church at 407-877-6616.

,Rotary offers chance
'to win a grill and
Help Relay team
The Winter Garden Rotary Club is
selling raffle uckets to help the Amer-
ican Cancer Society through the club's
West Orange Relay For Life team.
'.. Walter Toole of Ace Hardware has
donated a $499 grill to be raffled off
ait the Relay 'at 10 p.m. March 311.
Tiickets are $5 and can be purchased
S'rom members or at various locations.
;kch as the Winter Garden Heritage
'Foundation. First Commercial Bank,
.. est Orange Chamber of Commerce.
'Hillcrest Insurance or T\\ in Land Ti-

For more details, call Bob Buchanan
at 407-716-1212.

Gardening seminars
at Pounds Motors
Pounds Motor Co. in downtown
-Winter Garden is offering a lineup of
'free classes on Saturdays at 10 a.m.
SEach seminar \ ill provide a different
aspect of do-it-yourself gardening.
SUpconung classes are organic gar-
demung on March 18 arid butterfly gar-
'dening on Nlarch 25.
For details, call407-656-1352.

,City schedules free
landscaping seminar.
The Winter Garden Utilities De-
partment is hosting a free landscap-
ihg seminar just in time for spring. It
\ ill be presented by Florida Yards
and Neighborhoods.
SThe seminar is this Saturday. March
11. from 9 a.m. to noon at Little Hall
on Lake Apopka. Call 407-654-2732
to.reserve a seat.

Blood drive at
C&W Trucking
C&W Trucking Inc. is hosting a
blood drive Saturday. Nlarch 18. from
9 a.m. to noon. Frst-time donors must
bring a photo ID.
The general public is welcome and
encouraged to give blood. C&W is at
S703 Hennis Road, Winter Garden.'

Knitting club ,,
The West Orange Knitters Guild
meets NMondays from 6-9 p.m. at the'
First United Methodist Church of
Winter Garden. 125 N. Lakevie\% Ave.
All knitters and crocheters are \%el-
come to the free class, held in the old
parsonage building near the play-
ground. For more details, call Pam
Stewart at 407-427-0480.

American Legion
honoring deceased
The American Legion Post 63 in
Winter Garden honors deceased et-
erans of the U.S. Armed Forces each
month. The veteran must ha\e re-
ceived an honorable discharge or have
died while in ser% ice. For more in-
formation, contact James Fleming at
Sflemi43aiaol.com.


Student bowl-a-thon
lock-in to benefit
Relay For Life
Students in fourth through eighth
grades are invited to a bowling lock-
in Friday, March 24, at Carter Fami-
ly Bowl. The Relay For Life fund-
raiser is being hosted by the Crawford
Tire Relay team from midnight to 6
a.m. and will be chaperoned by adults.
The.cost is $15 and includes shoes
and unlimited bowling. The snack bar
will be open for food and drink pur-
chases, and the team will have vari-
ous benefit bracelets for sale for $2.,
Children should be dropped off no
later than 11:45 p.m. For more infor-
mation, call Karen Dodge at 407-719-
3133.


La Leche League
offers support
Melissa Hessert is leading a new La
Leche League group in Winter Gar-
den. La Leche League International
is a non-profit volunteer organization
dedicated to providing breastfeeding
help to mothers and babies. Hessert
leads monthly meetings and takes
phone calls at home. Call 407-656-
7878.

American Legion
honoring deceased
The American Legion Post 63 in
Winter Garden honors deceased vet-
erans of the U.S. Armed Forces each
month. The veteran must have re-
ceived an honorable discharge or have
died while in service. For more in-
formation, contact James Fleming at
flenii43@aol.com.

Rec organizing
Softball leagues
Registration continues for the Win-
ter Garden Recreation Department's
2006 spring men's, men's church and
co-ed leagues.
The league runs for 10 weeks. All
teams are awarded trophies at the end
of the season. The registration fee for,
each team is $340 and includes six
new Worth softballs.
The season begins the week of
March 13. The deadline to register is
Friday, March 10.
,For more information, call the rec of-
fice at 407-656-4155.


Rec offers Active

50 programs
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment has programs for its Active
50 and Over Group.'For more infor-
mation on these programs, call the rec
office at 407-656-4155. All take place
at the Old Fire Station Recreation Cen-
ter, 127 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden.
Sign up in person at the rec office, 1
Surprise Drive.
Irish for a day Wear green
March 16 and see a matinee show at
the Youkey Theater in Lakeland. In
concert: Ireland's comedian Hal
Roach, tenor Ciaran Sheehan and pi-
anist Eily O'Patterson. Cost is $33 for
city residents, $35 for others and in-
cludes transportation and show ad-
mission. Lunch is on your own.
Lunch and Learn A represen-
tative from SeaWorld and Busch Gar-
dens will speak on programs and ac-
tivities at the theme park Friday,
March 31, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. Cost is $4. *
Armchair Traveler Travelers
meet from 10 a.m. to noon on the third
Friday of each month. The cost is $2,
and light refreshments are served.
Breakfast Event Club Join the
club for a steady diet of friendship and
healthy eating and discuss current
events and topics of the day. It meets
on the third Tuesday of each month
from 9-11 a.m. Cost is $2 and includes
bagels, muffins, fruit, orange juice,
coffee and tea.
Knife collecting A local guest
speaker will share his fascination with
knife collecting and discuss pock-
etknives Monday, March 20, from 10-
11:30 a.m. There is no charge.
AARP Driver Safety Program---
This two-day course (four hours each
day) is April 20-21 from 9 a.m. to'l
p.m. The cost is $10 and is open to
anyone of any age. Participants should
bring a pencil and pen; class materi-
als will be provided.
Page Turners Literary Book Club
The group meets monthly on the
second Monday from 2-5 p.m. There
is no charge, and light refreshments
are served during the round-robin dis-
cussion.

Kiwanis plans
annual garage sale
The West Orange Kiwanis Club is
hosting its second garage sale to ben-
efit local youth. Anyone wishing to
make a tax-deductible of new or qual-
ity used clothing; furniture, house-
hold items or books can call Todd Pa-
quette at 407-948-8585.
The sale is Saturday, March 25,
starting at 8 a.m., at Jowers Batteries
on West Colonial Drive in Winter
Garden.
Kiwanis is a not-for-profit organi-
zation sponsoring youth in the com-
munity and around the globe through
immunizations, education, leadership
and safety.

Dance planned
for middle-schoolers
Students in middle school are in-
vited to a dance sponsored by the Win-
ter Garden Recreation Department. It
is set for Wednesday, March 15, from
7-11 p.m. at Tanner Hall. Cost is $5.
There will be a deejay and snacks
available for purchase. Pizza will be
sold for $ per slice with proceeds
(and half the ticket proceeds) bene-
fiting the West Orange Relay For Life.
SSchool ID and dress code are re-
quired. Call the rec office at 407-656-
4155 for more information.'

Duplicatebridge
N-S: 1. B. Burch-J. Mitchell 2. R. and
B. Blair 3. Y. Peabody-M. Voorhees 4.
T. and L. Saulino 5. M. and J. Lesnik;
E-W: 1. C. and N. Pavey 2. M. and G.
Czarnecki 3. J. and L. Pylman 4. N.
Fortin-M. Guthrie 5. M. Black-0. Brant-
ley.


Rotarians learn about ONP
Tom Rodriguez (center in back) of the Oakland Nature Preserve and
members of AmeriCorp who worked at the preserve spoke to the Win-
ter Garden Rotary Club recently. A group of 9 young adults from around
the country removed non-native plants from the preserve last month,
and the members expressed their appreciation for the mild weather
and shared information about the program and how it could be canceled
next year because of budget cuts. Before coming to Oakland, the team
helped rehabilitate homes damaged by Hurricane Katrina and worked
on St. Marks' National Wildlife Refuge in Tallahassee. For more on
AmeriCorp, contact Sarah Graham at grahamnonprofit@yahoo.com.
For information on ONP, call 407-905-0054. Go to wintergardenro-
tary.org for details on the club.


Kiwanis guest speakers
West Orange Kiwanis members heard a presentation from Brian Krames
(left) and Richard Bourque (right) of Bankers Life, who shared information
of disability and long-term care, the safest savings plans and how to best
help seniors with their Medicare and related health expenses. Ac-
cording-to the speakers, the average credit card debt in 1997 was
$5,400 and in 2005 was $13,000. With them is Lenny Stark, club pres-
ident. The club meets Wednesdays at 7:30 a.m. at the Winter Garden
IHOP. For more on Kiwanis, call 321-438-0838.


Missionary to speak
at W.O. Baptist
Brad Carreker, a missionary to
Kijabe, Kenya, will speak at the
morning worship service at West
Orange Baptist Church this Sunday,
March 12. He will be accompanied
by Brenda Ca reker. who will sing
prior to the message.
Carreker is a graduate of West
Orange High School, Cullowhee
College in North Carolina and
Columbia International Bible Col-
lege in South Carolina. He was a
Southern Baptist missionary to Israel
for two years prior to going as an
African inland missionary to Ki-
jabe. He has been on'the faculty of
Rift Valley Academy for the past
four years.
He is presently on furlough and
is teaching biology.and chemistry
at Ocoee High School.
The church is at 200 S. Tubb St.,
Oakland. For more information, call
407-656-9749.


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at the first meeting.
The church is at 125 N. Lakeview
Ave., Winter Garden.

VFW activities
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary will meet Monday,
March 13, at 7 p-m. Post 4305 will
meet Monday, March 20 at 7 p.m.,
and nominations will be given for the
coming year officers. The Men's Aux-
iliary will meet Wednesday, March
22, at 6 p.m.
Anyone interested in joining can
visit the post home, 1170 E. Plant St.,
Winter Garden, for details.
VFW urges residents to vote in the
upcoming municipal elections, as "it
is a privilege to vote."


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West Orange Chamber seeking
walkers for SW Relay for Life April 7-8
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce will participate in the
Southwest Relay for Life at Dr. Phillips High School from 5:30 p.m.
on Friday, April 7, through noon on Saturday, April 8. The Chamber
is looking for volunteers to join its Relay team and sign up to walk the
stadium track for one-hour periods through the night. Each walker
also commits to raising $100 for the Relay:
To sign up, call team leader Alice Williams or the Chamber office
at 407-656-1304.


Weekly Weight
Watchers meetings
Windermere Union Church, United
Church of Christ, invites area residents
to participate in weekly Weight Watch-
ers meetings. Visitors and members can
attend meetings at 8:30 a.m. on Satur-
days for weigh-ins and then stay for
discussion sessions that last approxi-
mately 30-45 minutes.
Individuals do not have to join to at-
tend. For details, call 1-800-651-6000
or go to weightwatchers.com.


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who has been devoted to my
re-election campaign. Your
donation of time and resources
and your willingness to display
signs are greatly appreciated.
I look forward to serving
another term as your mayor.


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love it, to support its constitution,
to obey its laws, to respect its flag and


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Ittakes teamwork to tackle the problems that
c6me with growth. As a Commissioner, I
have worked as a team with City Staff and
other Commissioners. The most important
players on the team are you, the citizens of
Ocoee. I enjoy being on the go, meeting with
you at City Hall, on the ball field or in my
front yard. Your concerns are my concerns.
I have never missed a Commission meeting


or workshop. It takes that level of dedica-
tion to make a difference. This election
comes at a critical time, just when we are
making progress in District One. We are
making improvements to roads, parks, and
schools. We can reach our goals if we con-
tinue to work together. It doesn't make sense
to change coaches in the middle of a win-
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View my website at
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I will be honored to continue to serve Ocoee and represent the good people of District One.
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Baker named to
college scout team.
Mississippi College has se-
lected 11 freshmen to join the
Mississippi College Scout
Team (the university's re-
cruitment team), and among
those chosen is Jenny Bak-
er (3rd from right) of Winter
Garden. She and the other
10 will serve the college dur-
ing their 4 years at the school.
Under the advisement of
John Kelly, associate direc-
tor of admissions, these stu-
dents will serve as ambas-
sadors for the university at
preview days, orientations
and special admissions
events, write personal letters
to potential students and give
private tours of the campus.
The college is located in Clin-
ton, Miss., and has a student
population of approximately
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Ocoee


Fashion and Jewelry Show

will benefit Relay for Life


Belk's of Ocoee and jewelers with
Premier Designs have teamed up to
provide a day of fashion and fun for
all ages. The Crawford Tire Relay
for Life Team Fashion and Jewelry
Show will be held Sunday, March
12, from 2-4 p.m. in Health Central's
Gleason Room. The cost is a $5 do-
nation at the door.
Models will display the versatility
of high-fashion Premier Designs with
clothing provided by Belk's. Jewel-


ANN CISNEY

College student
makes dean's list
Ann Cisney of Ocoee was named to
the dean's list at Lee University for the
fall 2005 semester. Students with a
semester grade-point average of 3.4 or
higher are recognized for this honor.
She is the daughter of Glenn and
Teresa Cisney.
Lee University is a comprehensive
four-year liberal arts university located
in Cleveland,-Tenn., approximately 25
miles north of Chattanooga. Founded in
1918, the accredited Christian univer-
'sity has an enrollment of more than
3,900 and offers degrees in 42 majors
in more than 100 programs of study,
as well as 14 graduate programs.


ry will be available for purchase. Raf-
fle prizes will be awarded, and re-
freshments will be served.
Guest speaker will be Vanessa
Echols, and all proceeds will bene-
fit the American Cancer Society's
Relay for Life.
To buy tickets, call 407-656-5125
and leave message if no one is home.
For more information, call Donna
Soldo at 352-242-5336 or Melissa
Albrecht at 352-267-3757.

AARP 2815 meets
Marie Williams chaired last Thurs-
day's meeting of AARP Chapter 2815
at St. Pauls Presbyterian Church in
Ocoee. A representative from the In-
ternational AARP presented the chap-
ter with a plaque in recognition 2815's
30th anniversary this year.
Two members, Mary Jane Shaner
and Marie Grimes, have been in this
chapter for more than 25 years.
The group appointed Mary Black
as hospitality chairman. For the next
meeting on April 6, members A-M
will bring ethnic foods representing
their family backgrounds. Lunch will
be 25 cents a scoop that day.
Celebrating birthdays were Frances
Watts, Marie Grimes, George Claflin
and Carolyn Weigel. Earl and Bar-
bara Walsh were welcomed as new
members.
If anyone member needs more in-
formation about the Medicare pre-
scription program, a number was giv-
en out at the meeting: 1-800-633-
4227.

American Legion meets
at VignettiRec 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.
Those whose zip code is 34761 can
call Post 109 to receive a banner. For
more information, call Adjutant Ed
Bowers at 407-877-6057.


Ocoee High needs
items for Relay for
Life rummage sale
Ocoee High School is plan-
ning a big rummage sale to ben-
efit the West Orange Relay for
Life. Needed are clothes, toys,
furniture, tools and household
items.
When you drop off your do-
nations, your name will be en-
tered into a drawing for vari-
ous items, including theme park
tickets. Items need to be
dropped off at the administration
building prior to March 25.
If you are unable to bring the
items to OHS, you can arrange
for them to be picked up by call-
ing 407-905-3000, Ext. 4231.
This will be a huge sale, but
the school needs the communi-
ty's help to make it a success.
All proceeds will go the Relay
goal of $9,000 for Ocoee High.
In addition to the rummage
sale, there will also be a carni-
val on the same day with food,
games and entertainment. All
of the clubs and organizations
of OHS will be participating.



Rummage sale
at Ocoee Christian
Church March 18
The Christian Women Fellowship
at Ocoee Christian Church, 15 S. Blu-
ford Ave., is hosting a rummage sale
on Saturday, March 18, beginning at 8
a.m. and closing at 1 p.m.
The money raised by the CWF has
supported providing Christmas for spe-
cial education classes at Ocoee and
Gotha middle schools. CWF also sup-
ports the Ocoee Christian Food Pantry
and "A Groupof Angels," who assist
those in need around their homes
throughout the community.
The group also makes lap blankets,
wheelchair bags, ditty bags, scuffs,
bed socks, laryngosopy bibs and caps
for the patients at the Veterans' Hos-
pital in Orlando, Tampa and the VA
nursing homes. Another project for the
women is making costumes for the
Community Passion Play taking place
April 13 as part of Easter Weekend.
For more information, call Betsy
Kirby at 407-656-2010 or visit
www.ocoeechristian.com.


U10 Cyclones win division
The U10 Cyclones recently capped an 8-1-1 record and placed 1s' in the U10 division of the Ocoee Youth
Soccer League. During the tournament, the U10 Cyclones played the U10 Strykers in an exciting game that
ended in a scoreless tie. The game went to a shootout, and the Cyclones won 2-0. Head Coach Neil Queen
said, 'These kids are great. We played against a great team with great coaches, and we all hung in there
and won. I am proud of the kids and was glad to have coached them this season.' The Cyclones were
sponsored by Bright House Networks, and a plaque will be displayed at the company's office in apprecia-
tion of this sponsorship. The team: I-r, in front, Britni Melanson, Yasin Chentouf, Diana Kennedy, Tanner
Claiborne, Travis Queen, April Kenriedy and Katrina Harper and, 2nd row, Mario Guida Jr., Christian Bugara,
Eddie Elizalde, Nick Gallegos, Fernando Gil, Jerrick McLeod and Drew Sanders and, in back, coaches Ab-
dul Chentouf, Neil Queen and Jim Melanson.


Fling will feature fun, food and festivities


By Victoria Laney


Tugger the Jeep and McGruff the
Crime Dog are part of the fun planned
for Ocoee's Safety Spring Fling on
March 25. The Alligator Adventure Fire
Truck will give parents and children
free rides. Ocoee's Fire Department will
present a puppet show. Kidpower Kidz
-will perform live in the park by City
Hall. Those attending can receive free
CDs of Kidpower music, thanks to a
donation by McDonald's Corp.
"Kidpower Kidz put on a great
show," said Martha Lopez Anderson,
chairman of the Child Protection Rec-
ommendation Committee, which is
sponsoring the event.
Free food will include hot dogs do-


Snated by Sysco Foods, buns by Merita
Bread and chips by Frito-Lay. Mc-
Donald's is donating cookies, and 7-11
is providing 300 coupons for free
Slurpees. AmSouth Bank is popping
corn.
Festivities will feature an awards cer-
emony for the Stranger Safety Poster
Contest. Three winners from each grade
will receive goodie bags from Disney
Sports Attractions, gift certificates to
the West Oaks Mall and other prizes.
Everyone attending the Safety Fling
can win door prizes, including bicycles,
Orlando Magic tickets and gift certifi-
cates to Olive Garden, Smokey Bones
and Logan's Roadhouse restaurants.
Chick-fil-A will have its cow and prize
wheel while awarding coupons for food.


The FBI and the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement will present In-
ternet safety seminars. There will be
separate age-appropriate seminars for
parents and children.
Free fingerprinting will be available
using 2,500 kids donated by the Na-
tional Center for Missing and Exploit-
ed Children. Free gunlocks and Eddie the
Eagle Safety workbooks will be dis-
tributed by the Ocoee Police Depart-
ment.
Child safety seats will be inspected
for free, but appointments must be
scheduled through Sgt. Steve McCosker
at 407-905-3160, Ext 3055. Seats which
are no long safe will be replaced at no
charge, thanks to donations by the
American Automobile Association.


State Gymnastic, US National team,
and was alternate for USA Olympic
Team
Work for Disney, received Partners
in Excellence award
Trained MA state officials and
consulted on the creation of state
legislation
Served on many Ocoee Boards
Volunteered as sanction coordinator
for Restorative Justice Program
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* Infrastructure: The roads, sewers, drainage, and parks in District
1 need serious attention
Growth Management: The growth of the city needs to fit with the
city's values and image, needs to pay for top quality services for
residents, and needs to be well planned so as to attract the shops,
restaurants, and services residents want in their community.
Public Safety: Police and fire need adequate staffing, facilities,
equipment and training to best protect Ocoee residents.
Education: Ocoee schools need not lag behind in facilities,
staffing, safety and resources needed to prepare our children for
the future.
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JOHN GROGAN'S PROMISE TO DISTRICT 1
Access: To always listen, research, seek input, and be available to those I serve;
Integrity: To always serve Ocoee residents with distinction and to positively promote
our values and city; and
Work Ethic: To always work hard and fight for District 1 Residents and.their interests

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Evening classes
offered at Ocoee High
Beginning March 20, three evening
classes will be offered at Ocoee High
School through Westside Tech. In-
struction will be available in conver-
sational Spanish, Microsoft Office
computer applications and art (acrylic
and watercolor).
For more information or to sign up,
call 407-905-3000, Ext. 4105, Monday
through Friday from 3:30-7-p.m.

Pinewood Derby-
Challenge planned
for March
The Jim Beech Recreation Center,
1820 A.D. Mims Road, will be the
scene of the 2006 Pinewood Derby
Challenge presented by Boy Scout
Troop 198 on Saturday, March 25.
Registraton and check-in will be held
at 9 a.m., and the first race is sched-
uled for 10 a.m.
There is a $5 entrance fee per car
for each division, and concessionswill
be open. "
The divisions for competition are
Cub Scouts, Boys Scouts, adult lead-
ers, siblings and open.
The first-place winners in each di-
vision will receive $25 and a trophy.
Trophies will also be awarded to the
second- and third-place winners.
For more information or to be a lane
sponsor, call 407-489-2979.

Adult softball registration
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department is holding registration for
men's C and D softball leagues from
now to March 10. The registration fee
is $350, and this includes the $40 ASA
fee.
Space will be limited to six teams per
league, and games will start March
20.
For more information, call Mark
Johnson at 407-905-3100, Ext. 5002.

Adult basketball
registration
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department is taking registrations for
its adult basketball league. Deadline for
registration is March 1. The registra-
tion fee is $350, and limited space is
available.
The league will start March 16.
For more information, call Mark
Johnson at 407-905-3100, Ext. 5002.

LA Acting Workshop
offers Backstage Tour
LA Acting Workshop, in associa-
tion with Solitaire Entertainment, is
now gearing up for the April 20-23
2006 Backstage Tour in Los Angeles.
Registration is no\" underway.
The trip is a unique opportunity for
local actors to meet and audition for
industry professionals who offer their
guidance. ad\ ice and insight into how
to gain the competitive edge in Hol-
]\-\ ood "\ without having to uproot one's
life.
For details, call Amy Allen, director,
at 407-876-0006 or visit www.LAAct-
ing.com or www.BackStageTour.com.


Seniors to visit
Strawberry Festival
On Saturday, March 11, the West
Orange Seniors will take the bus to
the Strawberry Festival in Plant City.
The cost is $15. Those planning to at-
tend need to call Helen Esposito at
407-656-6826. She is the trip coordi-
nator.
Set for Thursday, March 16, is a
Penny Social at the noon luncheon
meeting in the Ocoee Community
Center. Members will bring items to
sell, such as books, dishes, ceramics
and household items no clothes or
shoes.
On Saturday, April 22, the Seniors
will take a trip to thq Mary, Queen of
the Universe Shrine. The bus will
leave from the Community Center at
8 a.m., and the cost is $5. Let Helen Es-
posito know if you plan to go.
For more information, call Frances
Watts, club president, at 407-656-
5622.

Join the Ocoee'
Historical Commission
Interested members of the commu-
nity are-invited to attend the meetings
of the Ocoee Historical Commission
on the second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Ocoee Woman's Club
on Lakewood Avenue.

Woman's Club of Ocoee
rentable
The Woman's Club of Ocoee Club-
house is available for weddings, show-
ers, birthday parties and club meet-
ings. To inquire about availability and
rental rates, call 407-656-7115.

Teen dances for
Ocoee students
The Ocoee Parks andt Recreation
Department sponsors teen dances only
for Ocoee Middle School students 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 $3, and the
student must have a school I.D.
For more information, call Lori
Horn at 407-905-3182.

Ocoee Bulldogs
cheerleading
registrations
The Ocoee Bulldogs will hold reg-
istration for Pop Warner Football
cheerleading on Saturday, March 25,
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for returners and
on Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. for new cheerleaders.
Please have the registration fee of
$65, a copy of the child's birth cer-
tificate, insurance card and a current
photo of the'child.
Physicals will be offered at a later
date.

PTSA meeting
The next meeting of the Ocoee High
School PTSA will be held Monday,
March 6, at 6 p.m. in the schoolme-
dia center.


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Martha Lopez Anderson, chairman of Ocoee's Human Relations/Di-'
versity Board, congratulates Matthew Jackson of Citrus Elementary for
being chosen the top winner of the Black History Month Essay Contest.

Ocoee honors essay contest winners in City Hall
By Mary Anne Swickerath frey) in third.
By Mary Anne Swickerath frey) in third.


Matthew Jackson of Citrus Ele-
mentary was chosen as the writer of the
best over essay for Black History
Month Essay Contest sponsored by
the Ocoee Human Relations/Diversi-
ty Board. He wrote about the life and
work of Shirley Chisolm.
Sixteen winners from five schools
were invited to City Hall last week to
read their essays and receive their
awards.
The winners and their subjects are:
Citrus Elementary-Romello Lewis
(Harriet Tubman) in first, Teodora
Dillard (Madame C.J. Walker) in sec-
ond and Alexis Kamal (Oprah Win-

OGTV rebroadcasts
Ocoee political forum
The political forum held at Ocoee
City Hall last week is being rebroad-
cast on OGTV-Channel on March 9 at
7 p.m. and March 10, 11, 12 and 13 at
1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
SAll eight candidates for the Ocoee
City Commission participated in the fo-
rum, which was sponsored by the
Woman's Club of Ocoee.

Blood Drive in Ocoee
The city of Ocoee is sponsoring a
blood drive on Friday, March 10, from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the old fire station
on Bluford Avenue in front of City
Hall.
. Darden Restaurants is giving away
$10 in gift certificates to every donor.
Other coupons will also be available
to donors.

Square dance lessons
offered Thursdays
Square dancing with the Garden
Patch Squares is offered each Thurs-
day at the Vignetti Recreation Center
from 6-9 p.m. The center is located at
1910 Adair St. in Ocoee.
For details, call Barbara McBride
at 407-889-8558 or 407-256-7354.


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Ocoee Elementary-Giansham
Ganesh (Carter G. Woodson) in first,
Amani Jones (Harriet Tubman) in sec-
ond and Justin Breeden (Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.) in third.
Maxey Elementary-Sondisa Obie
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ra Browne (Carter G. Woodson) in
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Jonathan Menard (Dr. George Edward
Alcorn) in third.
More than 150 essays were sub-
mitted to the contest.

Pop Warner league
needs coaches
The Ocoee Bulldogs Pop Warn-
er Football League is seeking cheer
and football coaches for the 2006
season. The league is looking for
experienced coaches interested in
sharing time and knowledge.with
kids.
The league would also like to hear
from anyone interested in being a
Part of its general board for the 2006
season.
For more information, call Sheri
Adkinson at 407-702-4222 for foot-
ball or Lisa Schifftner at 407-654-
7514for cheerleading or visit the
league's Web site at www.ocoee-
'bulldogs.org.


Christian Service Center to hold
Spring Break Vacation Club
The KidsFOCUS Program at the West Orange Christian Service Cen-
ter announces its Spring Break Vacation Club. All-day adventures are
planned for Friday, March 10, through Friday, March 17, for children
of working parents.
The West Orange Christian Service Center is located 300 W. Franklin
St. in Ocoee.
Call 407-656-6678 for availability and prices and ask for Arthur.


Christian Service Center Thrift Shop
now open on Saturday mornings
the West Orange Christian Service Center Thrift Shop, 300 W.'
Franklin St. in Ocoee, is now open on Saturday mornings between 9
a.m. and noon for local shoppers.
Donations to the thrift shop are only accepted on Tuesdays and Thurs-
day between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Items left outside the building without being accepted by a staff mem-
ber must be disposed of due to frequent and random scavenging.
For more information, call 407-656-6678.

Christian Service Center needs volunteers
The West Orange Christian Service Center, 300 W. Franklin St. in
Ocoee, needs volunteers for its KidsFOCUS Program to help youngsters
with reading, math and spelling for an hour and one half per week.
"All it takes is a willing spirit to become a child's mentor," said Peg
MacDonald, director of the West Orange center.
For more information, call 407-656-6678.

Christian Service Center needs donations"
The West Orange Christian Service Center is asking the community
to please donate the following items that are needed: Kool-Aid juice
boxes, Capri Sun juice boxes, popcorn, spaghetti and spaghetti sauce,'
potato chips, diapers, baby wipes, sunscreen, tissue paper, tempera
paints, copy paper, toilet paper, colored markers, scissors and newsprint
paper.
The center is located at 300 W. Franklin St. in Ocoee. For more in-
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Windermere


Students at Windermere Preparatory School raised nearly $14,000 on
Feb. 10 by participating in the American Heart Association's Jump
Rope For Heart event.


Students at Windermere Elementary School raised $9,500 during their
Jump Rope For Heart event on Feb. 9.

Local schools raise $23,000 for Jump Rope For Heart


Two local schools, Windermere
Preparatory School and Windermere El-
ementary'School, were among the top
fund-raisers in the recent Jump Rope For
Heart campaign.
Students at WPS raised nearly $14,000
to support the American Heart Associa-
tion's mission to fight childhood obesi-
ty, reduce cardiovascular disease and
stroke by promoting physical activity.


WES students raised $9,500 for Jump
Rope For Heart. This program educates
children about health, fitness and the
benefits of regular physical activity while
teaching them the value of community
service.
The funds from both of the local events
will go to lifesaving research, education
and community service programs for the
AHA.


Parsons alumni invited to reunion performance


Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
in Windermere is celebrating its 25th
anniversary this year. The school is
inviting all of its former students to
participate in the annual program in
June by joining others on stage for the


finale.
The program is scheduled for June
4 at 2 p.m. at the Bob Carr Perform-
ing Arts Center in Orlando..
For more information, call the dance-
studio at 407-876-4604.


Windermere Union plans baptism event


Windermere Union Church, 436
Oakdale St., will host a special bap-
tism ceremony this Sunday, March
12, in the continuation of its year of
Homecoming and Housewarming
Celebrations. The congregation is
inviting all those baptized at the
church, as well as others who want
to renew their baptismal covenant to
join either the 9 a.m. traditional or 11
a.m. contemporary praise service that
day.


.This is one of the last Sundays that
the congregation will be worshipping
in its current location since construc-
tion is currently underway for its new
facility on Parkridge-Gotha Road.
The church was founded 90 years ago.
For more information or to be bap-
tized March 12, call Pastor Barton
Buchanan at 407-876-2112. If you
know individuals who were baptized
at the church, contact Debbie at
Snow4ds@aol.com or 407-234-6616,


Windermere Union book group meets at Borders


Windermere Union Church, United
Church of Christ, on 436 Oakdale St.
in Windermere, will continue its
monthly book club with a discussion of
Asassination Vacation by Sarah Vow-
ell. The next meeting is scheduled for
7 p.m. on Monday, March 20, at Bor-
ders bookstore 9441 W. Colonial Dr.
in Ocoee. The group meets in the caf6.
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movie The Incredibles. The commu-
nity is invited to join the book group,
which meets regularly on the third
Monday of each month.
For information, call Pastor Karen
Weekley, the discussion leader, at 407-
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Garden Club plans tea
for March meeting
The Windermere Garden Club will
hold its next regular monthly meeting
on Thursday, March 9, beginning with
a business meeting 9:30 a.m. in Town
Hall. After the meeting, members will
carpool to the home of Sheryle
McAfee for the Iris in Bloom Garden
Club Tea and a talk by Jim Thomas
of Biosphere Inc. Thomas will dis-
cuss bioscaping and aquascaping and
show its results in the landscape and
shoreline improvements at McAfee's
yard.
For more information on the club
or the meeting, call Sherry Smith at
407-909-1309. New members are wel-
come at any time.

OARS regatta set
for Sat., March 11,
at Turkey Lake Park
The Orlando Area Rowing Society
(OARS) will host the OARS Invita-
tional Regatta at Bill Fredrick Park at
Turkey Lake Park on Saturday, March
11. There will be approximately 30
high school crew teams from all over
the state and the Southeast, including
Georgia and Tennessee, competing.
Races will begin at 8 a.m. and con-
tinue until 5 p.m. This regatta is the
largest rowing event planned for the
spring season.
The park is located at 3140 Hi-
awassee Road in Orlando. There is no
charge for the regatta, however there
is a park entry fee of $4 per carload.
Concessions will be available for
breakfast and lunch, as well as snacks
throughout the day. Attendees are en-
couraged to bring lawn chairs and sun-
screen to enjoy a day of competitive
rowing. The park offers excellent
spectator viewing of all events from the
shore of Turkey Lake.
For park directions, call 407-299-
5594. For more information on
OARS, go to www.oars-online.cqm.
OARS is a nonprofit corporation
created to promote the sport of rowing
at all levels of interest. The crew is
comprised of high school students,
both men and women, grades nine to
12. Student athletes represent Dr.
Phillips, Olympia, West Orange,
Ocoee and a variety of private high
schools in the area.

Movie night March 16 at
Windermere Library
The Windermere Library will spon-
sor a family movie night on Thurs-
day, March 16, at 6 p.m. The com-
munity is invited to attend and see the
featured family movie. The library
will host family movie night on the
third Thursday of the month.
For more information, call 407-876-
7540.

LBV Baptist Wed. night
study for young adults
continues through April
Lake Buena Vista Baptist Church
has started a new Bible study, Get
Your Acts Together, that runs through
April 19. The class is a verse-by-
verse, story-by-story look at the Book
of Acts. The program begins at 9 p.m.
each week.
College students, singles and young
adults are invited to this ,late-night,
contemporary worship service with
music by Angelo Ballestero. The
church is located at 11551 County
Road 535 near the Grand Cypress
Golf Course, north of Walt Disney
World.
For more information, call 407-
876-2234 or go to www.thevista.org.


Garden Club plans Crazy Card party
The Windermere Garden Club is plan- jects, such as scholarships at the Uni-
ning its annual Crazy Card Party for versity of Florida for horticulture stu-
Thursday, March 30. Doors will open at dents, grants for needy children to attend
Windermere Town Hall at 10:15 a.m. summer camp and expenses to send high
Lunch will be served at 11:15 a.m., and school students to environmental work-
the crazy card games will begin at 12:15 shops. Throughout the year, the club also
p.m. In addition, festivities include a silent provides floral arrangements to the Win-
auction, door prizes sand raffles. dermere Post Office, the library, local
The card party is open to the public by Hospice patients and area nursing homes
prepaid reservation only. Tickets are $15 and cares for a butterfly garden in Town
per person and can be reserved by call- Square. Annually, the club members dec-
ing Mary Brett at 407-877-2030 or e- orate the town Christmas tree and spon-
mailing her at marybrett@cfl.rr.com. Or- sor Arbor Day activities. It is also sup-
der tickets early because seating is lim- porting the Nehrling Society. Winder-
ited and last year the event was sold out. mere Garden Club meets regularly on
This is the club's only event to raise the second Thursday of each month at
funds for many community service pro- Windermere Town Hall.


Run Among the Lakes April 8


Windermere's Parks and Recreation
Committee in collaboration with Track
Shack will host its fifth annual 5K Run
Among the Lakes on Saturday, April 8,
beginning at Town Hall.
The course for the 3.1-mile run/walk
will meander along the town's unpaved,
hard-packed sand streets under the oak.
canopy and along the lakefront.
The race is an unscored fun run for
runners and walkers of all ages. The top
10 male and female finishers will receive'
awards. No other times will be record-
ed, but participants will be able to get
their times from an overhead clock at the
finish line.
The adult race begins at 8 a.m. fol-
lowed by a children's race at 9:15 am. The
awards ceremony is scheduled for 9:30
a.m.
The kids run is free to all children, who
must register the day of the event. They
will receive finishing ribbons.The first 100
children to register will receive compli-
mentary T-shirts.
The entry fee is $10 for youth younger
than 17 and adults 65 years and older and
$17 for other adults through April 1. The
entry fee from April 2-7 is $20. There is
an additional $1 fee for payment by cred-
it card. The fee on race day is $25 by cash
or check only. Registration forms are
available at the town office.
Runners can pick up race packets,
which include race numbers, T-shirts and
information at Track Shack, April 5-7;
from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and at Town Hall
on race day beginning at 6:30 a.m.


The presenting sponsors are Bogin,
Munns & Munns and Health Central hos-
pital. Other sponsors include Main Street
Realtors, Keene's Pointe, Suzi Karr Re-
alty, Pinnacle Financial, Animal Clinic of
Windermere, As You Like It, The West
Orange Times and Color Wheel paints.
This year's T-shirt will feature an orig-
inal design by Windermere artist Kitty
Osburn.
All participants will enjoy compli-
mentary breakfast sandwiches provided
by Bistro Gourmet at McDonald's, along
with, fruit, orange drink and bottled wa-
ter.
To download a registration form, go
to www.trackshack.com/events. Track
Shack is located at 1104 N. Mills Ave. in
Orlando. For more information, call 407-
893-1160. Volunteers are needed to help
with the event. To help, call Donna Steele
at 407-876-8393. Registration forms are
available at the town office.


Neighborhood
Watch seminar
on March 23
All subdivisions and
homeowners associations
in the West Orange Coun-
ty area are invited to at-
tend a Neighborhood
Watch seminar on Thurs-
day, March 23, from 7-9
p.m. in the fellowship hall
at St. Luke's United
Methodist Church, 4851
S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando.
The program will be
presented by the Orange
County Sheriff's Office
and will be of interest to
everyone in the subdivi-
sion.
The church is located at
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando, just east
of Windermere.
Area residents can also
sign up for a free securi-
ty survey with OCSO
Deputy Nick Cominos on
their residential or com-
mercial property by call
407-667-6205. Cominos
is a homeland protection
specialist and is certified
by the state to do these
surveys which take about
one hour.


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Bay Hill resident earns retirement
planning certificate at Wharton


Michael J. Hanley, a financial pro-
fessional with AXA Advisors LLC in
Orlando, has earned a certificate in
retirement planning from The Whar-
ton School of the University of Penn-
sylvania for attending the At Retire-
ment Program.
Hanley was one of only 50 AXA
Advisors financial professionals par-
ticipating in the inaugural session of
this elite program, and who were se-
lected from more than 3,300 AXA
Advisors financial professionals na-
tionwide.
The Wharton School is recognized
around the world for its academic
strengths at every level of business
education. The retirement education
program is a customized program de-
veloped for AXA Advisors to provide
its financial professionals with inten-
sive training in retirement planning.
"There are currently over 77 mil-
lion baby boomers in the United States
looking at 20-30 years in.retirement,"
said Christopher M. "Kip" Condron,
president and CEO of AXA Finan-
cial. "Without proper planning, they are
likely facing the risk of not having.
enough retirement income.
"We created this program to give
our financial professionals a higher
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best serve the planning needs of this
huge market."
This week-long course included 50
hours of intensive study taught by 10
Wharton School faculty members, and
was led by Dr. Olivia Mitchell, the
International Foundation of Employ-
ee Benefit Plans professor of insur-
ance and risk management and the ex-
ecutive director of the Pension Re-
search Council at The Wharton
School.


Photographers Who Rock exhibit continues at Millenia Gallery


Millenia Fine Art Gallery is pre-
senting an exhibition of three photog-
raphers whose work centers around the
world of Rock artists through March
31.
Not only has their work, over the
course of decades, helped to make rock
bands and singers into stars but their
work had made the photographers into
celebrities as well. Curiously, all three
photographers were born in England.
They are Gered Mankowitz, Graham
Nash and Terry O'Neill.
Mankowitz was born in London in
1946, the son of author and playwright
Wolf Mankowitz. After an education
atseveral progressive schools, he left at
age15 and completed his own educa-
tion. In 1962, he started working for
portraitist Jeff Vickers who provided
him the opportunity to take portraits of
personalities. Mankowitz photographed
the singing duo Chad and Jeremy; one
of his photos was used as the cover of
the duo's first album. This led him to
photograph other artists % ho were his
own age and felt comfortable with him.
After opening his first studio in Lon-
don in 1963, he started photographing
Marianne Faithful and the Rolling
Stones The Stones asked him to ac-
company them to America on their
record-breaking 1965 tour. Ever more
sought after, he has worked with Jinm
Hendrix; Free, Traffic, The Yardbirds,
Slade, Elton John, Kate Bush, Euryth-
mics, ABC, Duran Duran and many
others.
Nash is a contemporary Renaissance.
man. One of the most enduring musi-
cal figures to have emerged from the
1960s, he was a key figure in both the

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Area residents \ ho enjoy singing
are in\ ited to "get on top of the & orld-
and join the Sunshine Singers.
The group entertains at nursing
homes, senior residences and service
clubs in and around Orlando.
Members do not have to know how
to read music. The group does three-
part singing, soprano. second soprano
and alto.
Interested individuals should attend
a practice any Monday at 9:30 a.m. at
St. Luke's United Methodist Church,
4951 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando. The group is not affiliated with
an\ denomination and usually sings
secular music.
For more information, call Mary
Ellen Boice at 407-299-5244 or just
come to a rehearsal.


British Invasion and the.'70s singer-
songwriter era that followed.
As a harmony singer, first with The
Hollies and later with Crosby, Stills,
Nash and Young, his voice is among
the most familiar in two distinct schools
of Rock music. He still records and
tours with CSNY. As a visual artist, he
is a life-long photographer exhibiting in
galleries and museums around the
world. Nash Editions is his own arts
press. Nash's latest book of photographs
is titled Eye to Eye.
The Millenia exhibit will include per-
sonal and evocative photos of.Carol
King, Stephen Stills, Johnny Cash, Joni
Mitchell and Bob Dylan, among oth-
ers.
O'Neill was born in London's East.
End and became a professional jazz
musician at.the age of 14. After doing
military service, he began his photo-
graphic career on the Daily Sketch
(1960-63), after which he went free-
lance for Vogue, Paris Match and
Rolling Stone...
During the 1960s and '70s, he be-
came one of the world's most published
photographers.
His books include Legends (1985)
and Celebrity (2003).
Another previously unseen photo is
of his former companion Martha Stew-
art. The domestic style guru is pho-
tographed riding a motorcycle. And, of
course, the exhibition will include pho-
tos of the Beatles taken in the 1960s.
The gallery is located at 4190 Millenia
Blvd., Orlando, and is open Tuesday
through Sunda\. For more information.
call 407-226-8701 or go to www.Mil-
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Chronic illness
support group meets
on the 4th Monday
Area residents are invited
to a free support group for
people with chronic illnesses,
including liver diseases and
hepatitis C, at St. Luke's Unit-
ed Methodist Church. The
group meets the fourth Mon-
day of each month from 7-9
p.m.
SFor 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.


Dr. Phillips YMCA,
Fresh Market
to host Taste of
the Vineyards
The second annual Taste of the Vine-
yards wine-tasting event to benefit the
Dr. Phillips YMCA Family Center
Scholarship Fund will be held Wednes-
day, March 15, from 7-9 p.m. at The
Fresh Market, 5000 Dr. Phillips Blvd.
Tickets are $30 in advance and can be
purchased at the Dr. P. Phillips YMCA
or by calling 407-595-3645.
Each year, the Dr. P. Phillips YMCA
Family Center begins the task of raising
funds to help subsidize memberships and
program fees for youth and families who
otherwise could not participate in many
of the activities the YMCA provides.
Programs such as swimming lessons,
day camp, youth sports, teen activities,
summer programs or enjoying the ben-
efits of being a member.
"Our goals this year is $100,000," said
Dar Kelly, 2006 scholarship chair for
the Dr. Phillips YMCA Family Center.
This popular event which only dis-
tributes 400 tickets was a sellout last year
and promises to repeat its performance.
Fine wines, heavy hors d'oeuvres and a
silent auction highlight the evening.
"The Fresh Market donates this event
to us and all of the proceeds benefit the
Y's scholarship fund. They are a very
generous community partner and friend
of the YMCA Family Center," said Kel-
ly.
For more information, call 407-351-
9417. Committee members include Wan-
da Brewer, Chairperson Anne Hajek,
Helen Gilroy, Paul Ciambriello and
Michael Hanley.

Southwest Book Club
meets on 3rd Tuesday
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 resi-
dents are invited to join the group at
any meeting.
The group will discuss In Praise of
Slowness by Carl Honore on March 21.
For information on upcoming meet-
ings, call Sandy Mayer, librarian at the
Southwest Library, at 407-835-7323 or
e-mail mayer.sandy@ocls.info.

Local quilt club invites
new members
Area residents are invited to join
Land of Cotton Quilters for weekly
meetings on the first and third Tuesday
of each month from 10 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 quilters.
For meeting location and more in-
formation, e-mail Kim Lippy at Kim-
Lippy@aol.com or go to www.geoc-
ities.com/landofcotton2002/.
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Local Scouts visit television studio
Laverne Magee, reporter and news anchor for WOFL-TV, Fox 35, recently gave a tour of the television
station and news set to Holy Family Cub Scouts.


West Orange Women meets at The Samba Room
The West Orange Women held its February meeting at the Samba Room on Sand Lake Road. Pictured are
the 'birthday girls' with WOW President Jo Ann Anderson (left). The luncheon meeting for this month will
take place March 16 at Bergamo's Italian Restaurarit at The Mercado on International Drive, home of the
.singing waiters. For more information on the organization, call Clarice Drexler at 407-293-5957.


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Social


Lakeview High
Class of 1956
The Lakeview High School Class
of 1956 is holding its reunion April
22 and is still looking for three mem-
bers: R.L. Sweat, Frankie Powell and
Adrian Flippen.
For more information, call Janice
Charles at 407-656-1724 or Joyce
Oliver at 407-295-5094.


LHS Class of '52
The Class of 1952 at Lakeview
High School is planning its annual
spring break at the Dillard House in
Dillard, Ga. The trip is April 23-25.
The class is inviting all Lakeview
High graduates to join in the spring
break adventure. For details, contact
Larry Grimes at 407-656-2223 or la-
grimes@earthlink.net.


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Mom's Club welcomes -


new members
The West Orange Mom's Club is
always open to new members. Al-
though some have lived in the area for
Sears. many members are new in
town or new .t motherhood. Cuirrent
members are from Gotha. Ocoee,
Winter Garden. Oakland, Winder-
mere and West Orlando.
The club has weekly scheduled
plaN dates. monthly Girls Night Out,'
a Caregi\er Co-op/Date Night.
monthly\ business meetings, field
trips 1SeaWorld. the beach and %a-
ter parks;). group events and holiday)
parties. NMosi of the events are sched-
uled on 'ieekdans.
There is an annual membership
cost of $20. A person may attend rwo
acti\ ities or pla\ dates before mak-
Sing a decision about joining. Sum-
mer-break activities are being
planned now for school-aged chil-
dren.
Moms with children of all ages are
n welcome.
SFor more information or for the
Next scheduled play date. contact Re-
nee at 407-522-5845 or at
repps2@'cfl.rr.com


Belgram-Collins engagement
Wenzel and Gayle Belgram of Win- Lakes, in Orlando.
dermere announce the engagement of The couple will honeymoon in
their daughter, Tiffany, to Benjamin Monte Carlo and Italy.
Collins, son of Martin and Susan
Collins of Windermere.
Tiffany graduated from Dr. Phillips
High School in 2000. She is also a
graduate of Palm Beach Community
College. She is currently a communi-
cations manager for ACS Group.
Benjamin graduatedifrom West Or-
ange High School in 1997. He is cur-
rently a student at the University of
Central Florida and is a mortgage bro-
ker at All-Florida Mortgage Centers.
The marriage ceremony will be held '
April 15 at the Ritz Carlton, Grande '



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program produced by Ocoee TV that focuses on the greater West Orange communlty.This Is a half:
hour magazne/talk show targetng all ages and program topics ranging from showcasing local
businesses and restaurants to recreational programs and community events. Growth
management and transportation related matters will also be covered.

Good Living Magazine will now be available to not only Ocoee residents,on Channel 21, but to
all Orange County cable viewers,on Orange TV,Channel 9 and on Vision TV,Channel 98 The first
show of the year will feature a local foundry business Custom Metal in the' Biz Buzz segment,
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Sports


CFCA baseball player signs
Central Florida Christian Academy baseball player Jacob Brigham signed recently to play baseball for the
University of Central Florida. Brigham led CFCA last year with 141 strikeouts in 68 innings pitched. Gath-
ered at the signing ceremony are (l-r): Parents Earl and Robin Brigham, Jacob Brigham and Coach Greg
Fulmer.


Olympia High spring sports update
The Olympia High varsity fast- girls water polo teams both picked
pitch softball team picked up a 2-1 up big wins last week vs. Apopka to
victory last week vs. Freedom. Erin improve to 3-1 on the season. The
Bergdahl knocked in 2 RBIs on a Lady Titans won 11-5 while the boys
fourth-inning triple. Catherine Drew team prevailed 19-11.
singled to score Amanda Opron for Tabatha Charron and Kyra Cham-
the win in the sixth inning, The win bliss scored 3 goals apiece. Calli An-
improved Olympia's record to 5-4 drews provided 1 goal, 1 assist and
overall and 4-1 in district play. 4 steals. The boys were led by Alex
The Lady Titan varsity girls Fresonke (7 goals, 3 assists) and Chip
lacrosse team (3-2) traveled to beat Hawthorne (5 goals, 5 steals).
Tampa Catholic 15-1 last week. The Lady Titans went on to col-
Olympia goals were scored by Kara lect a win over Lyman by forfeit, fol-
Jordan (3), Katie Carbiener (3), lowed by a 12-3 victory against Lake
Samantha Eld (2), Morgan Eld (1), Howell. The boys team beat Lyman
Randi Reed (1) and Carly Garrison 14-8 and crushed Lake Howell 14-2.
(1). Goalie Nora Alvarqnga collect- The Olympia.varsity boys and
ed 10 saves. Jackie Gomatos, Lena girls track and field teams com-
Procopio and Kati Johnston provid- peted last weekend at the Lake Brant-
ed solid defensive play. ley Open. The boys team placed fifth
The Lady Titans continued their overall, while the Lady Titans cap-
hot streak by beating rival West Or- tured second place.
ange 12-10 last week. Olympia ral- Top performers for the girls team
lied after falling behind 10-5 at half- were Raven Richardson (first place,
time. Goals were scored by Carbi- triple jump), Frances Daniels (first
ener (4), Katie Dunn (3), Garrison place, high jump), Kristine Scott
(2), and Jordan (1), Olivia Litvin (1) (first place, 100 meters), Maddie Kite
and Samantha Eld (1). Alvarenga (second place, 800 meters), Emily
recorded 8 saves. Zambito (second place, pole vault),
The Titan varsity boys weightlift- Lelyn Knowlden (second place, 400
ing team recorded a landslide 58-13 meters) and Sesha Robinson (third
victory last week vs. Jones. place, shot put).
Olympia's Justin Coocen, Brice The boys were led by Dexter
Cuibreth, Reggie Denmark, Herby Miller (second place, 400 meters),
Pillant, Sean Westphal, Eric Whit- Embry Peeples (third place, 100 me-
lock, Michael Lockley and Mark ters), Eric Whitlock (third place, 100
Shaffer all placed first in their indi- hurdles), Cam Martin (fifth place,
vidual weight classes. Titans Todd 100 meters), Michael Mathis (fifth
Freeman, Brett Simmons, Sean place, 300 hurdles), Rodger Adams
Futch; Joe DeLisle, Troy Mason.and (sixth place, 800 meters), Marquis
Deandre Dorn each took second Rolle (seventh place, 400 meters)
place. and.Neon Heaven (seventh place,
The Olympia varsity boys and 800 meters).


Bay Hill Youth
Clinic with Rocco
Mediate is Monday,
March 13
The Bay Hill Invitational in-
vites youngsters to a free clinic
with PGA professional Rocco
Mediate on Monday, March 13,
at 4 p.m.
The clinic will take place on
the practice range at the Bay Hill
Club and Lodge and include golf
instructions and rule tips.
All youth attending the clinic
will be served free hot dogs and
Coca-Cola, and those ages 11-
17 will be able to purchase a one-
day admission ticket to the 2006
Bay Hill Invitational March 13-
19 for $15 each. Children 10 and
under are admitted free.
To participate, enter the club
from Apopka-Vineland Road
through gates A or B and follow
the signs to parking lot 8.


Winter Garden Rec offers
Intro to Golf
Winter Garden Rec is offering a
program called Introduction to Golf
for children ages 10 and older that be-
gins March 28. The classes will be
held on three consecutive Tuesdays,
March 28 and April 4 and 11, from 6-
7 p.m.,at West Orange Country Club.
Students will learn thefundamentals
of hitting solid shots consistently and
take home drills to practice in between
classes. The cost is $100 for residents
and $115 for non-residents.
For more information, call the Rec
office at 407-656-4155.


GMS qualifies for championship
The Gotha Middle School girls volleyball team qualified recently to compete in the championship for its di-
vision playoffs vs. Odyssey Middle. The Gotha team consists of (I-r): front row, Annesley MacKinnon and
Niki Reich; second row, Kayla Shoener, Larissa Poidomani, Michelle Labbie, Bree Brasch, Kristie Mac-
Queen; third row, Lyndsay Charlton, Jazmine Pinder, Becca Morrow, Krista Petkov, Imani Brooks, Shan-
na Wyatt, Kyla Smith, Karoline Galvao; back row, Coach Cindi Brasch and Carrie Bergdahl. Not pictured:
Alanna Costello, Melissa Lockard and Michelle Bydalek.


TFA signing
The First Academy football player Tony Patti of Winter Garden committed on National Signing Day last
month-to play football at the Air Force Academy. Patti is TFA's first-ever Division I-A football scholarship
recipient. Gathered at the signing ceremony are (I-r): TFA Headmaster Steve Whitaker, Coach Fred Priest,
brother Nick Patti, father Ed Patti, TFA Athletic Director Jim Scroggins and Pastor Jim Henry.


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OMS volleyball closes winning season
The Ocoee Middle School boys volleyball team wrapped up its season with a 5-3 record and a No. 2 rank-
ing in its division. Gathered on the court are teammates (I-r): front row, David Pace, Salvador Perez, Dy-
lan Conner, Cameron Dotson, Jared Anderson, Garret Crabb; middle row, Taylor Williams, Jay Patel, Dy-
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Register for 3rd annual Adventure Kids Team challenge run and adult adventure race


The date for the Adventure Kids
Team race-has been changed to Sat-
urday, March 25. Area children are
invited to register for the 3rd annual
Adventure Kids Team Adventure
Race on race day beginning at 8 a.m.
Runners can check in at In The
Wake at Fifth Avenue and Main Street


in Windermere from 5-7 p.m. on Fri-
day, March 24, or beginning at 7 a.m.
on Saturday, March 25, in the park on
the corner of Fifth Avenue and Oak-
dale Street.
An adult race is scheduled at 3 p.m.,
also on Saturday, March 25. There
will be an early check in on Friday,


March 24, from 5-7 p.m. at As You
Like It. The check-in on Saturday will,
begin at 7 a.m. in the park at Fifth Av-
enue and Oakdale Street.
For more information or to regis- ,,
ter, go to www.adventurekids.org,
www.active.com or www.adventure-
sportsmanagement.com.







Thursday, March 9, 2006 The West Orange Times 3B


Panther baseball takes on rivals WOHS and Olympia


The Dr. Phillips varsity baseball
-team split its games vs. rivals West
Orange and Olympia last week.
Although Brian Sustersic pitched a
st ng game last Saturday at Olympia,
D's bats couldn't get going as the
P others fell 1-0. Ohmed Danesh fin-
ised 1-for-2 at the plate with a dou-
b e.
pir. Phillips followed up a 14-0
.vxippifg of Oak Ridge last week by
dating West Orange 3-2. With the
gte tied at 2 runs apiece in the bot-
tom of the seventh inning, DP's Blake
KUnmmer led off with a walk. The next
to Panther batters, Btake Pierce and
Brad Hutton, both laid down bunts
that the West Orange infield could not
convert into outs.
Danesh stepped to the plate with
the bases loaded and won the game
wtith a sacrifice fly. Chris Wilkes gave
up 2 runs and struck out 6 Warrior
batters in six innings on the mound.
Sean Haggerty pitched in relief and
got credit for the win.
:The Panther junior varsity base-
bhll team was defeated 10-2 by Tim-
ber Creek last week despite some sol-
idindividual performances. Phillip
Qidman, Mark Nelson, David Jones,
Pil Hartman and Brandon Ramirez
S warz accounted for DP's runs.
cent Rose and Chris Nordman
p hed two strong innings apiece.
|he Dr. Phillips varsity boys ten-
team came up short against a pow-


erful Tampa Jesuit team 5-2 last week.
Eddie Svenda was the lone singles
match winner for DP. Svenda and
Kyle Eastman teamed up to win their
doubles match.
The DP junior varsity girls tennis
team fell to Winter Park 7-1 last week.
Jessica Sunga won her singles match
9-8, including a 13-11 tiebreaker. Lau-
ren Smith, Alyssa Licata, Hilary
Good, Rachel Conway and Mary
Cossey Taliaferro all provided solid
performances.
The Lady Panther varsity fastpitch
softball team won its second game in
a row last week by defeating rival
Olympia 14-7. DP was coming off a
14-4 victory over Gateway.
Cheryl Snyder went 3-for-4 at the
plate with 3 RBIs, while Dani Perrot-
ti added 3 more RBIs. Susie Stimmel,
Kristen Brewer and Katrina Keirsted
each went 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs apiece.
Gillian Lawrick knocked in another
run. Jennifer Tordi went the distance
on the mound to rack up 3 strikeouts.
The DP junior varsity fastpitch
softball team lost to rival Olympia 9-
6 last week despite a fine pitching per-
formance by Lauren Hartman, who
struck out 9 batters. The J.V. Lady
Panthers also fell 5-3 to Boone. Hart-
man recorded 4 strike outs and went
2-for-2 at the plate. Allyssa Mahoney
reached base twice and scored once.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys and
girls track teams competed last Fri-
day in the Lyman Invitational. The


Ocoee baseball rolls through n


The Ocoee High varsity baseball
team topped Seminole High 5-2 last
week behind the pitching of Ralph
Barden, who threw a complete game
with 5 strikeouts. Rashid Mitchell was
3-for-4 with 1 RBI, while Ram
Mitchell went 1-for-2 and knocked in
4 other run. Gary Rausch also added
an RBI.
jThe Knights continued their roll by
defeating Colonial last Friday night.
Ooee pitcher Mike Arsenault record-
ed 5 strikeouts, while Rausch and
Bbbby Garver both went 2-for-3 at
tlie plate.
iThe Ocoee varsity fastpitch soft-
ball team stumbled last \\eek. losing
tliree consecuut e games. The Lady
Knights fell to East Ridge 13-11 de-
spite three home runs by Kristen
Croht e and Jenn Noiseaux.
;Ocoee lost to nval West Orange 1-
0 last Thursday and to Edgewater 7-
6 the following night. Jenn Henry led
th 'fight against Edge\ after ith a 2-
rt home run. Nlegan Squartino,


Sarrior baseball
wThe West Orange High varsity
baseball team suffered a tough loss
lat week to Apopka. After holding a
7-$ lead in the fifth inning, the War-
riors surrendered six runs, leading to
an 8-7 loss.
,West Orange lost another heart-
breaker last week to rival Dr. Phillips.
The Warriors lost 3-2 on a comeback
by the Panthers in the game's final in-
ning. Blake Dietrich pitched well for
five innings, giving up only one run.
West Orange's final game of the week,
vs Edgewater, also ended poorly for
th Warriors. The Eagles rallied from
a C-run deficit in the seventh inning
to6 beat West Orange 5-4.
-The Warrior junior varsity baseball
team pulled off its first win ofthe sea-
s4h last week by beating Cypress.
Creek. Preston Madill and Brian
FArmer contributed,to the win with
slid pitching.
The West Orange varsity boys
lacrosse team fell hard last week.to
Bishop Moore and Olympia. The War-
rinrs lost to top-rated Bishop Moore 15-
1. Senior Shav ne Frost pro\ ided \est
Orange's lone goal of the night.
aRival Olympia handed the Warriors
their second loss of the season 12-5.
Senior Reed Reynolds led West Or-
age with 2 goals and an assist. Ju-
S nibr Tim Keadng added another goal
and an assist. Senior Da\ id Gensler
leI the defense with 10 ground balls.
jThe \Vamror varsity boys and girls

Adult softball registration
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department is holding registration for
mrn's C and D softball leagues from
nlv1 to March 10. The registration fee
is$350. and this includes the $40 ASA

Space will be limited to six teams per
league, and games will start March
20.
For more information, call Mark
Johnson at 407-905-3100, Ext. 5002.

Adult basketball
registration
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department is taking registrations
for its adult basketball league. Dead-
line for registration is March 1. The
registration fee is $350, and limited
Space is available.
*The league will start March 16.
For more information, call Mark
Johnson at 407-905-3100, Ext.
5002,


Crowe and Noiseaux all performed
well at the plate.
The Lady Knight junior varsity
fastpitch softball team came away
with a 3-3 tie vs. East Ridge last week.
Jessica Smothers pitched for 4 strike-
outs, while Danielle Saravo and Por-
sha Forbes provided solid defense.
The Knight varsity boys lacrosse
team defeated Seminole 6-3 last week
for the Ocoee program's first-ever vic-
tory. Chris Santos and Wes Venturi-
no accounted for'3 goals and 2 assists
each. Cory Gross added an assist. Lo-
gan Warr, J.T: Land and Marcus Lane
provided outstanding defensive play.
Goalie Billy Vereb racked up 23
saves, while Blaine Cockcroft col-
lected 8 ground balls.
The boys lacrosse team rolled to a
7-4 victory last Friday over Colonial.
Venturino scored 4 goals, while San-
tos added 2 goals and an assist. Tyler
Chestney closed out the scoring for
SOcoee. Land picked up 2 saves as
goalie.'


I hits losing skid
Water polo teams competed last week-
end in the Wildcat Invitational tour-
nament: The Lady Warriors beat Pal-
metto High 11-3 but fell to Gulliver
High 19-1.
The boys team lost to both Palmet-
to and Gulliver.
The West Orange varsity boys
weightlifting team lost to Apopka 47-
37 last week. Imran Goolmohamed,
Jonathan Hooten arid Kevin Dacosta
won in individual competition.
Coaches have assembled the roster
for the West Orangevarsity boys vol-
leyball team. This year's, Warrior
squad includes Michael Balestri, Joel
Pinero, Jose Rodriguez, Marvin Tilak,
Teekaram Singh, Anthony Restivo,
Michael Serrano, Scott Simonini,
Michael Jamwant, Danilo Burman,
Tyler Fadenrecht, Brian Gains, Daniel
Guck, Jordan Hayes and Varendra
Jamwant.


Lady Panthers placed fourth in the
4x 100-meter relay.
Recardo Wright led the boys team
by finishing second in the 100 meters.
Marty Carr took third place in the 200
meters and Emanuel Thornton fin-
ished third in the 400 meters. Kester
Smith, James Johnson, Carr and
Thornton placed third in the 4x100-
meter relay. In the 1,600 meters, Ryan
Dey cut 13 seconds off his personal-
best time.
The Panther varsity boys
weightlifting team.opened its season
last week with a 57-27 victory over
Edgewater. Pedro Lopez, Mike Sul-
livan, Ralph Brutus, Chris Smith,
Hoku Pratt, Leonard Husenaj, Recar-
do Wright and Jonathan Allard all cap-
tured first place in their respective
weight classes. Jared Mobley and
Jared Vaughn both took home third
place.
The DP varsity boys water polo
team improved to 2-2 on the season
last week by beating Edgewater 12-
8. David Syrett led the Panthers with
5 goals, while Julian Auge scored
three times. Quiciano Albuquerque,
Matthew Greil, Tim McCormack and
goalkeeper Chad Brandt each scored
one goal.
The Lady Panther varsity girls wa-
ter polo team suffered their first de-
feat of the season last week, falling to
Edgewater 10-3. Madeleine Flores
scored twice and Jessica Enns added
DP's final goal.


on-district play
The Ocoee varsity boys tennis
team lost to Edgewater 5-2 last week.
Brian Barnett won 8-2 in No. 1-seed
singles competition. Barnett later
teamed up with Yshean Duty to win
their No. 1 doubles match 8-5. The
Lady Knight varsity girls tennis team
fell 5-1 to Edgewater with Joselyn
Yeager winning her singles match 8-
6.
Both the boys and girls varsity wa-
ter polo teams suffered defeats to
Winter Park last week. Lady Knights
Breann Nuckoles, Brittney Nuckoles
and Lindsay Holzworth and boys Jor-
dan Rawski, Steven Brooks and Kurt
Gunter played well for Ocoee.
The Knight varsity boys weightlift-
ing team won its first match of the
season by beating'Evans 57-28 last
week. Eric Nguyen, Rnen Leon,
Daniel Taglione, Brian George, Erik
Fleming, Donald Rodgers and Markl
Alford were individual winners for
Ocoee in their respect\ e weight class-


\
Rec organizing
softball leagues
Registration continues for
the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department's 2006
spring men's, men's church
and co-ed leagues.
The league rung for 10
weeks. All teams are award-
ed trophies at the end of the
season. The registration fee
for each team is $340 and in-
cludes six new Worth soft-
balls.
The season begins the
week of March 13. The
deadline to register is Friday,
March 10.
For more information, call
,the rec office at 407-656-
4155.


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Olympia lacrosse improves record
The Olympia High varsity boys lacrosse team upped its record to 3-4 recently with a 12-5 victory over rival
West Orange. Assembled together are Titans (l-r): front row, Sean Singh, Michael Thomas, Alex Simpson,
Joey Magner, Ryne Owen, Ryan Matacale, Bobby Barton, Kevin Kim, Will Anoka; back row, Coach Brian
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Golf


Arnold Palmer's grandson to compete in Bay Hill Invitational


Sam Saunders, 18, has caddied in
the Bay Hill tournament for his grand-
father, Arnold Palmer.
Twice he has played in the final
rounds as a marker with Peter Ja-
cobsen and Dicky Pride.
This year, Saunders, a high school
I senior and plus-four amateur, will tee
it up on Thursday, March 16, as a bona
fide member of the championship field
of the Bay Hill Invitational present-
ed by MasterCard.
TournAment officials extended one
of the 30 available special invitations
to the BHI to Saunders just days after

Area golfers invited
Area golfers are invited to join the
Golf Fore Autism tournament Friday,
May 12, at Orange County Nation-
al's Crooked Cat course. Registration
is at 7 a.m., and play will get under-
way at 8 a.m.
The cost is $125 per player or $440
.per foursome and play will follow a
scramble format. The cost includes
beer, soda and water, cigars, lunch
buffet, range balls, greens fee and cart

Register now for
Big Orange Golf
Tournament March 12
The city of Ocoee is sponsoring the
Big Orange Golf Tournament to support
the Big Orange Games for physically
challenged youth on Sunday, March
12, at Green Valley Country Club.
Area golfers are invited to sign up
for the four-person, best-ball scramble
event The entry fee is $50 per player and
includes lunch. Check-in and lunch are
scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. The tournament will kick off with
a shotgun start at 12:45 p.m. There will
be four hole-in-one prizes, and hole
sponsorships are $50.
For more information, call Jim Beech
at 407-656-2669 or Debbie Gallo at
407-905-3100, Ext. 9-5005. The reg-
istration deadline is March 1.

Golf tourney to support
runner to raise funds
for stroke, cancer research
Area golfers are invited to join a
charity golf tournament Saturday,
March 25, at Stoneybrook West Golf
Club to benefit the American Stroke
Association and American Cancer So-
ciety. The entry fee is $100 per per-
son and includes greens fee, range
balls, breakfast, lunch, two drink tick-
ets and a raffle ticket. For $25, players
can purchase a super ticket that in-
cludes two extra drink tickets and two
raffle tickets. Tournament events also
include a silent auction, putting contest
and prizes for closest-to-the-pin and
longest drive.
The entry deadline is March 18. Pro-
ceeds of the tournament will support lo-
cal runner Gina Guzzello who is train-
ing tp run in the Koha Marathon to
benefit the American Stroke Associa-
tion and the Adirondack Marathon to
support the American Cancer Society.
For more information and to regis-
ter, call Gina at 407-758-0325 or Roger
Masterson at 407-877-8533.


the son of Roy and Amy Saunders,
Palmer's daughter and son-in-law,
won the men's club championship on
the tournament course by 17 strokes.
It was the second Bay Hill title for the
Windermere resident and Trinity Prep
student, who plans to pursue his edu-
cation and golf career at Clemson Uni-
versity.
"Sam has displayed his talent
through the past couple of years and
this is an opportunity for a young man
to get out and get some experience in
the game that might not otherwise
come his way," Palmer said. "So,


we'll see how he does with the big
boys. I think that will be great."
Among Saunders' golfing achieve-
ments to date, he won the Florida State
High School championship as a ju-
nior, was medalist at last year's USGA
Junior Amateur, was local medalist
and played in the 2004 U.S. Men's
Amateur at the Winged Foot Club,
site of this year's U.S. Open, and won
several national junior events, in-
cluding the prestigious Sawgrass In-
vitational. He first won Bay Hill's
men's championship when he was a
15-year-old high school freshman.


to Golf Fore Autism at OCN on May 12


rental, ice cold mango-scented towel
service and a personalized bag tag.
Sponsorships are available for
$100, $200 and $500. Proceeds from
the event will benefit the Autism and
Related Disabilities Gym Program in
Ocoee. Tournament organizers are
also looking for door prizes and do-
nations.
There will be four hole-in-one
prizes.


For more information or to regis-
ter, visit the Web site at autism-
gym.org or e-mail Jo-Anne Houwers
at autismgym@ aol.com or call her
at 407-234-7456 or e-mail Alan Moss
at moster2@earthlink.net or call him
at 321-303-7672.
The tournament is sponsored by
The Autism and Related Disabilities
Gym Program Inc. and the Jim Beech
Rec Center.


NW Orange Republican Women plan scholarship golf tournament
The Northwest Orange County Republican Women lunch. Interested individuals can attend the luncheon for
Federated will hold its inaugural golf tournament at $20. The tournament is open to men and women.
Errol Estates Country Club on April 8 beginning at Area golfers are encouraged to register to support
7:30 a.m. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the scholarship program
the Alice Beth Miner Scholarship Fund. For applications and more information, call Robin
The entry fee for the scramble tournament is $70 and McEwen at 407-814-0935 or download an application
includes range balls, golf cart rental and greens fee and at NORWF.org. The reservation deadline is April 2.







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The town of Oakland provided a police escort while Marcia Cason, Oakland Avenue Charter principal, rode
in the fire truck to kick off the 1st FCAT Parade. Kindergarten through 2rd-grade students, family members,
friends and town employees lined the parade route to cheer on the 3rd-, 4th- and 5th-graders, who took the
FCA T this year.

0 ldenvill


* Tildenville Elementary had an FCAT Olympic Parade on the Friday before the FCAT began. The classes
in kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades adopted a 3rd-, 4th- or 5th-grade class and sent them encouraging mes-
sages and treats in the weeks prior to the test. Each team of primary and intermediate classes chose a coun-
try that was competing in the Winter Olympics. The students preparing for the FCAT competed for medals
bypassing FCAT Benchmark tests. The students who passed the mini-tests were recognized during an Olympic
assembly. The 3rd-, 4th- and 5th-grade classes paraded with banners and flags from their.countries.. High-
scoring students from last year's FCAT rode in the cars in the parade. Several Partners in Education were
'part of the parade, including Clemons Produce, the Florida Turnpike Enterprise, WOHS cheerleaders and
SWinter Garden Police Chief George Brennan. The parade was a huge success, and it put the students in
a positive frame of mind for taking the FCAT.


CnrlFrdPr


Ocoee High recently competed in the regional SECME Engineering Contest at the University of Central Flori-
da. The team of Aaron Fan, HaiLong Shen and David Skirh placed 1st in the Mousetrap Car, the Mouse-
trap Car Interview and the Mousetrap Car Essay. Trang Nugen placed 1st in the Mousetrap Car Technical
Drawing. Emily Church placed 1st in the Computer/Web site. Fan and Daniel Jackson placed 2nd in the Load
Bearing Bridge. Sam Montalvo placed 1st in Creativity Bridge, Design Bridge and Craftsmanship Bridge.
The OHS Knights will be competing at USF for the national competition this summer, representing all of Cen-
tral Florida. Pictured are (I-r): SECME sponsor Seth Reichelson and 1st-place winners Skirh, Jackson,
Robinson, Shen and Fan with their trophies.


Ocoee High recently celebrated National Career and Technical Education Week. CTE courses provide ca-
reer pathways for students and prepare them for employment by giving them real-world experiences. The
courses at OHS include business classes, drafting, graphic design, earl9 childhood education, marketing,
TV production, building construction technology and agriculture. A big thank-you goes to the CTE teach-
ers for educating future employees.

Oa e st- 0ea a


The day was just too much for these Oakland Presbyterian preschoolers, who fell fast asleep during a rest
time. It was after an exciting day of activities at their recent pajama party. The students wore their pajamas
to school and brought their favorite stuffed toy for a day of sleepy-time fun. The 3-year-olds are in a class
led by Mrs. Debby, Ms. Lindsey and Ms. Lisa.


Central Florida Prep students in Mrs. Morgan-Ring's Montessori class display their own classic works
,copied from the style of Pablo Picasso. Other Montessori classrooms studied artists Henri Matisse, Mary
Cassat, Edgar Degas and Vincent Van Gogh. Pictured (l-r) are proud artists Emily Ratcliff, Raelin Dagonzo,
'Jeremiah Hicks, Tatyana Chowbay and Delaney Ketts.


;Lakeview High
iClass of 1956,
The Lakeview High School Class of
1956 is holding its reunion April 22
Sand is still looking for three mem-
.bers: R.L. Sweat, Frankie Powell and
Adrian Flippen. For more informa-
ition, call Janice Charles at 407-656-
"1724 or Joyce Oliver at 407-295-
45094.

.LHS Class of'52
makes plans for
spring mountain trip
The Class of 1952 at Lakeview
'High School is planning its annual
!spring break at the Dillard House in
Dillard. Ga. The trip is April 23-25.
The class is inviting all Lakeview
High graduates to join in the spring
break adventure. For details, contact
Lanry Grimes at 407-656-2223 or la-
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gram. To enter, students must create
a positive patriotic depiction on can-
vas or paper. The submission must
be no smaller than 8x10 and no larg-
er than 16x24.
The deadline to-enter is March 29.
For entry details, call 407-656-5586.


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massage therapy classes
: Westside Tech on Story Road in
Winter Garden is now offering a new
evening class in massage therapy
Monday through Thursday from 5-9.
For registration information, call
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Arts 'N April
Oakland Presbyterian Preschool
will have an open house from 2-4 p.m.
on Sunday, April 2, during its annual
Arts 'N April celebration. The com-
munity is invited.
The children have been preparing
for this event for many weeks and are
eager to share their art designs. In
addition to the art displays, a chil-


dren's entertainer will present a show
and do face painting. There will also
be a silent auction and businesses
are encouraged to donate items by
calling Debby Aldridge, director, at
407-656-4452.
During the celebration, parents
looking for a preschool for their children
can meet the staff. The preschool has
small classes staffed with degree


teachers and an assistant in every
class. The WEE Learn curriculum is
used, and many enrichment activities
are provided.
On March 21 at 9:30 a.m., there will
be a meeting for parents to provide
information on the programs offered at
Oakland. Afterward, there will be a
registration opportunity or the 2006-07
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The Spring Lake Elementary Student Council collected socks for the residents of Health Central Park. A
big thank-you goes to the parents, students, staff and community for their support in this drive. Pictured is
the Student Council with the 100 pairs of socks collected.


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in London in close association with
Oxford University. She will also
participate in a second program en-
titled "The Contemporary Middle
East and Empire in the 20th Centu-
ry From Britain's Decline to the
Rise of American World Power."
Velez teaches Advanced Place-
ment World History and is involved
with the national Honor Society and
the Migrant Student Program at the
school. She is also employed by the
University of Central Florida, where
she teaches courses in World History
and Western Civilization.
In 2004 Velez was granted a


scholarship through the Fulbright-
Hayes Program to study in India.
She spent one month in Mumbai
and Chennai; where she was im-
mersed in the culture and history.
In 2005 she was a guest speaker at
the third annual Hawaii Interna-
tional Conference on Arts and Hu-
manities.
Both teachers, upon their return,
will make presentations focusing
on their individual study programs
to the Central Branch of the English
Speaking Union, along with pre-
sentations to the students in their
classes at WOHS and UCF.


The summer of 2006 will be an
exciting time for two West Orange
High faculty members Ken
Rush, director of theater, and Zo-
raida Velez, a social studies teach-
er. They have both recently been
granted scholarships to study in
England.
The scholarships were sponsored
by the Central Florida Branch of the
English Speaking Union of the Unit-
ed States. This is a non-profit, non-
political educational organization
whose mission is to promote schol-
arship and the advancement of
knowledge through the effective use
of English in an expanding global
community.
Rush will spend three weeks at
the Globe Theatre in London par-
ticipating in an intense participato-
ry workshop entitled "Teaching
Shakespeare through Performance."
Participants will be immersed into
the life of this working theater and
will attend three of the Globe's pro-
ductions.
His days will be spent working
with members of the Globe Theatre
Company, whose responsibilities
include design, direction, move-
ment, music, text and voice. He will
also explore how the productions
are conceived and mounted. The
workshop will involve scene work
with the resident directors and cul-
minate with the scenes being pre-
sented on the Globe stage.
Rush has been the director of
WOHS theater since 1998. The
Thespians have consistently been
featured at the annual Florida State
Thespian Festival for their award-
winning one-act play productions. In
2003 West Orange took top honors
at the Florida Theatre Conference
and went on to capture first-place
honors at the Southeastern Theatre
Conference in 2004.
The scholarship Velez received
will involve her in the "Politics and
Society" course at Exeter College


Palm Lake Elementary 1st-grade students recently participated in a hands-on science program presented
by High Touch-High Tech. The program was called 'What's the Matter' and explored the concepts of solids,
liquids and gases. Pictured are students in Mrs. Lewis' class doing their 1st experiment (l-r): Daune Felton,
Thomas George, Collier Witt, Dalton Kirkland and Jenai Jamerson.


Family Christian School students are relieved the pressure is over. The Elementary Spelling Bee finalists
relax after the big competition. The ASCI regional contest was held at Foundation Academy. Pictured are
(l-r): finalists Shantale Ninah, Lindsey Silver, Alyssa McClean, Brook Graham, Lauren Mogg, Madeline
Curnan, Stephen Countryman and Zeb Griffin.


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On April 6, 4 students from Citrus Elementary will participate in an OCPS countywide chorus. This is a se-
lect group chosen for their accomplished singing skills. The students selected are Gabriel Cruz, Joseph Bel-
lochi, Aliyah Salmon and Rachelle Clark. The school is very proud of them and knows they will represent
the school well. The concert will be at 7p.m. at the Orlando Baptist Church.




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Several Windermere Prep families came together to take a cruise aboard the Disney Wonder during the
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Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange County Head Start pro-
gram is enrolling preschoolers ages 3-
5. Parents can register at 407-654-5161.

Awana Club
The Awana Club program for ages
3 (by Sept. 1) through sixth grade
meets Sunday nights from 5:30-7 at .
Beulah Baptist Church, 671 Beulah
Road, in Winter Garden. Call 407-656-
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6B The West Orange Times Thursday, March 9, 2006


WOHS teachers Ken Rush and Zoraida Velez have received scholar-
ships to study in England this summer.


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St. Andrew Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week recently. It was a celebration of many ac-
tivities that coincided with this year's theme Character. Compassion. Values. Pictured are (l-r): Justin Williams,
Elizabeth Repassy, Amy Sandoval, Tarah Wellington, Aline Sommers, J.J. Berish, Kelsey Diggs, Truc Le,
Melanie Collett and Garth Ferguson.

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Students in Mrs. Barbara's and Mrs. Liz's classes at the FUMC Learning Center enjoyed a trip to the Win-
ter Garden Post Office to mail valentines to their parents.


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Girls at Thornebrooke Elementary joined Susie Honis and Ann Dobson in the library 1 evening for Fancy
Story Time. There were plenty of boas and tiaras on hand as the children listened to the story 'Fancy Nan-
cy,' by Jane O'Connor, as well as several other fancy stories.








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Windy Ridge School was honored with a visit from U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings and
Gov. Jeb Bush recently. They visited a 6th-grade science class and a 7th-grade math class. Then Spellings
participated in a round-table discussion with parents, teachers and the principal on the topic of rigor in math
and science. The importance of preparing students for global competitiveness was discussed also. Pictured
are (l-r): Heather Terlecki, 8th-grade math teacher; Spellings; Principal Sarah Concepcion; and Anna Fi-
delo, science teacher.


Whispering Oak Elementary teachers Deborah Kane and Susan Lublin
share teaching strategies they use with ESOL students at a recent
meeting of the PLC.


PLC meets
The Whispering Oak Elementary
Parent Leadership Council (PLC)
met in the media center recently.
The PLC is a group of parents of
Language Enriched Pupils who meet
to learn more about how they can
help their children, discuss school
issues, and make recommendations
to improve the ESOL. (English
Speakers of Other Languages) pro-
gram at the school.
The agenda included information
about the FCAT and the ways par-
ents can help their child at home.
,Deborah Kane,. a first-grade


teacher, and Susan Lublin, a third-
grade teacher, shared teaching
strategies they use with ESOL stu-
dents in their classrooms. Kane
modeled how parents can read with
their children to improve reading
skills effectively.
The next meeting is on Tuesday,
April 4, at 6. p.m. It will.be the first
Multicultural Celebration.
To learn more, visit the PLC Web
site at www.whisperingoak.ocps.net/
PLC.htm. Anyone interested in be-
coming a member can call Marjorie
Zayas, chairperson, at 407-656-
7773, Ext. 4107.


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Mrs. Rodriguez and Mr. Cole's 5th-grade class enjoys working in the
Hope Charter computer lab. Students go there for 30 minutes each
day. Some of the programs they work on include Success Maker and
FCA Tpractice. Pictured are (1-r): Rodriguez, Emili Burns, Tess Bianchi,
Alexis Hartsfield, Charles Ramos, Andrea Harvey and Elizabeth James.
"H6pe Charter and Legacy High invite the community to visit the Web
site at www.hopecharter.org.


Congratulations go to Central Florida.Christian Academy's Caroline and
Robert Pryor for their accomplishments in the District Youth Conference
held recently in Gainesville. 'Carolina took, s' place for the Oratorical
Contest, and Robert was a member of the Brain Bowl Team, which also
placed 1s'. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pryor.


Brain Bowl
After a long absence from the Brain
Bowl competition of the Florida Asso-
ciation of .Christian Colleges and
Schools, Central Florida Christian
Academy took two teams of six to the
event this year. There were 22 teams
from around the state at the competi-
tion in Oviedo.
; Despite not getting an exact copy
of the rules until the morning of the
competition, the CFCA teams brought
much enthusiasm.
The B Team was led by seniors
Aaron Baker, Holly Brown and Jon
Chen. Juniors Daniel, Baker, Kristin
Markle and Joy Williams rounded out
the team.
The A Team was made up of all ju-
niors: David Baker, Daniel Garner, II-
iah Krent, Armita Mashkouri, Alex
Morehead and Mike Nguyen. Alyssa
Jaskot and Warren Gibbs were the re-
quired scorekeeper and timekeeper,
respectively. Jacob Yarborough was
brought in to coach the team.




PTSA to meet
The West Orange High PTSA will
hold a general membership meet-
ing Tuesday, March 28, at 7 p.m. in
the auditorium. Principal Dan Buck-
man and guest speakers will give
an update on the building of the new
WOHS complex. In addition, a nom-
inating committee will be established
for the PTSA officers for the 2006-
07 school year.
Parents, teachers and students
are welcome to attend. Students
who join as a Student Warrior PTSA
member will receive the opportuni-
ty to purchase parking hangars in
advance for the 2006-07 school
year.
For information, visit wowpt-
sa@cfl.rr.com.


Only 10 teams make it into the
championship tournament. After the
first few rounds, it was obvious that
the A Team would make the playoffs.
Despite back-to-back wins to finish off
the round robin, the B Team missed the
playoffs by five points.
After going 5-2 in the first seven
matches in the playoffs, the A Team
was just outside the top three. After a
strong beginning, a light malfunction
and a couple of aggressive near-miss
,answers caused the .momentum to
shift. CFCA lost the match but finished
in a very respectable fourth/fifth/sixth-
place tie.
The students are already planning
to return next year. David Baker, Gar-
ner and Nguyen each scored at least
100 points and were recognized for
their achievement. Morehead was re-
sponsible for'almost 300 points and
received recognition and a trophy. He
came within one question of being the
lead scorer for the entire tournament
portion of the competition.


LMS Guardian Angels
need supplies, clothes
The Guardian Angel Program at
Lakeview Middle School is in need
of basic school supplies and some
clothing to help needy students.
For more information, call 407-877-
5010.

English classes at
Resurrection church
Classes are offered for people need-
ing assistance in English as a second
language. Classes meet on Thursdays
from 7-8:30 p.m. at Resurrection
Catholic Church on State Road 535
in Winter Garden.
For more information, call 407-656-
3113.


Maxey Elementary students in Katrina Summerville's 5th-grade class
are studying microhabitats in science class.




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Kirk Fayniasz, Air Force recruiter speaks to FA middle and high school
Kirk Faryniasz, Air Force recruiter, speaks to FA middle and high school


Eileen Crawford was recognized as Chain of Lakes Middle School Out-
standing Additions Volunteer at the Principal's Breakfast held recent-
ly in the media center. Many parents attended the event. Principal Car-
ol Kindt spoke to the parents about FCAT testing, the School Nurse
Program and other topics. The PTSA sponsored the breakfast and pre-
sented flowers to Crawford, who did an outstanding job organizing the
fund-raiser this year. Pictured are (1-r): Kindt, Crawford and Debbie Be-
tourne, PTSA president.


Career Day
Foundation Academy hosted its first
Career Day recently with many pro-
fessions represented. The middle
school and high school students had
the opportunity to attend four sessions
and were told the requirements for the
careers.
A big thank-you goes to these peo-
ple who took time out of their busy
schedule to speak: Detective Scott
Allen, crime scene investigator Ken


Lininger (WGPD), Greg Laun (pilot),
Officer Jeff Hudson (Fish and Wildlife
Commission), Bob Walsh (paramedic),
Ben Kelly (pharmacist), Tom Hagan'
(chef), Dr. Darrell Alford (dentist), Lin-
da Owens (nurse), Jim Jackson (ani-
mator), Cameron Bradford (building
construction), Dr. Kevin Cox, (ortho-
pedic surgeon), Kent Cartwright (fire-
fighter), Pamela Brady (TV personal-
ity/meteorologist) and Kirk Faryniasz
(Air Force recruiter).


Gotha Middle School orchestra students Alanna Costello (left) and Mal-
lory Marcotte (right) performed before a panel of judges at the annual
Music Performance Assessments held at Dr. Phillips High Feb. 24-25.
Middle and high school students throughout the area participated in
the MPAs. With them is Lynn Rudzik.


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Titan Orchestra excels
t; The Olympia High Titan Orchestra
: performed recently for the Florida Or-
chestra Association District Music Per-
formance Assessment. This is like a
musical FCAT, where the orchestra is
judged by four professional adjudica-
.;'tors and receive a rating of Superior,
,Excellent, Good, Fair or Poor.
Orchestras from around the county
Same to Dr. Phillips High for the per-
formance. The OHS String Orchestra,
S.' 'which is the intermediate level en-
semble of 30 students (more than half
.- .- of which are freshmen) performed
Mozart's "Overture to Lucio Silla,"
Bach's "Sheep May Safely Graze" and
.s a jazzy arrangement of the spiritual,
"Jericho." The ensemble received an
overall rating of Excellent.
S.r The Chamber Orchestra, which is
the advanced level ensemble and con-
sists of 12 students, performed the fi-
Snale from Mozart's "Posthorn Sere-
S,'nade," Faure's lyrical "Pavane" and a
fiery new piece by Soon Hee Newbold
called "Arabian Dreams." The score
sheet was full of A's and plus signs,
and theyreceived an overall rating of
The Assets Leadership Club at Olympia High School collected almost 3,000 donation items for the victims Superior.
of Hurricane Katrina. The items helped victims with health and hygiene products, as well as clothes. A re- The orchestras will be traveling to
lief organization picked up the donations from the school. Pictured are (l-r): Stephen Otto, Radford Parker Atlanta in April to perform in the Her-
and Luke Smith. itage Music Festival.


Congratulations to Martina Young,
an 8th-grader on the Cougar Team
at Ocoee Middle. She recently rep-
resented the schoolin the Orange
County Classroom Teachers As-
sociation Black Caucus Martin
Luther King Jr. Oratorical Contest.
She won 1st place in the middle
school division and won a $200
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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 TOWItNG
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 5 CLSIID ADS C *ALL476622 AX 0-66605* DEADINE:T3ESAY1AM


m or 800/549-1515. fcan9

#1 CORPORATE/SPORTS
apparel franchise. Full train-
ing and support. No exp. need-
ed. Financing avail. Call
800/727-6720. www.Em-
broidMe.com. fcan9





100
General Office

BOOKKEEPER. LOCAL
A/C contractor looking for FT
Bookkeeper to handle
payables, job costing, billing &
collections. Experience with
Word, Excel and Quickbooks.
Comp. salary, benefits, and
flexible schedule. Call Action
Air 407/521-0400. 3/9aa

CUSTOMER SERVICE REP
needed for natural gas com-
pany. Good communication
skills a must. Competitive pay
and benefits. Call Dahlia @
407/656-2734, ext. '113. EOE.
3/91ang

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
orpatricial@djbimports.com.
tfndjb


105
Domestic

PROFESSIONAL CLEAN-
ING STAFF needed. West Or-
landoarea. Weekly paycheck.
Training/transportation pro-
vided. 407/298-6044. 3/30rms


Full or part time. M-F. Each
person must have a car.
English required. Call
Cottage Care after 9am
407-877-7738


110
Crafts/Skills/Trade






Tractors $1.89*/mile.
Straight truck $1.52*/mile.
*Includes FSC & acces-
sories. Cargo vans. 77c.

4h1 Panther IlfS
Transportation, Inc.

800/640-7055
www.pantherii.com 3/9hi


AUTO TECH. EUROPEAN
vehicle repairs; Experience a
plus. ASE certification. Job in-
cludes benefits. Call 407/497-
9134. tfnhl

CONTENT & STRUCTURE
Cleaning.People Needed. Ser-
vice Master: Insurance
Resiorition Cleaning Compa-
nN Must haie valid drier's
jcense & clean driving record.
Drug Free Workplace
352/243-1763 or fa. resume
352/243-4531. 3/17sm

DISPATCHER, DAYS OR-
LANDO area. Exp. preferred.
P/T. 407/656-2624. tfncs
j


Social Services

LifeMasters

Community Services

Coordinators

Lake County

Interested in working fro home and in the local commu-
nity? Interested in the social/community services or
medical field? Come join in our special mission to help
individuals achieve & maintain optimal health.

LifeMasters, a national disease mngmt co. is seeking tem-
porary field employees to assist with field operations in
the Lake County area. We are a well-established & grow-
ing company in the exciting field of disease management.
We educate & monitor participants W/chronic dilnesses to
proacnely improve their health & quality of lile.

Requires 2+ yrs working for a communitr-based busi-
ness operauon, as a social worker a contmunit[ health
posinon, or oiher state government agency pro iding so-
cial/commumry services. Includes locating and linking
paricipanqs n/health care sen ices and community orga-
nizauons. Must be culrarrll sensinve to the local popu-
lation. Bilingual Spanish a+. E\p w/l geriatric popula-
tion highly desired, sohd computer skills.

Compenme pay' Local travel req. w/mileage reimt-
bursemeni. Apply online at wt. .lifemasters.com. e-mail
resume to jobsFL@ lifemasters cor or fax 210-733-
5823. AA/EOE M/F/D/V


1 .I -..Annfl


tT AGENTS

New, Experienced Or
100% Commission Options
Build Your Business And Reputation
With A Company That Wants You To
Stay for Your Career

407-877-8853


DRIVER NEEDED. Delivery
for dry cleaners. Must speak
fluent English or bi-lingual.
407/877-7027. 3/30aoc

DRIVERS-CDL A. Special
orientation pay for experi-
enced drivers. Home week-
ends. Great pay & benefits.
Paid training for school grads.
Cypress Truck Lines, Inc.
www.cypresstruck.cdm.
888/808-5846. fcan9

DRIVERS-CDL A. Special
orientation pay. for experi-
enced drivers. Home week-
ends. Great pay & benefits.
Paid training for school grads.
Cypress Truck Lines, Inc.
www.cypresstruck.com.
888/808-5846. fcan9

DRIVERS-FLATBED,
REEFER & pTR. Recent av-
erage $1.27-$1.47 per mile.
No experience? On the road
training available. 800/771-
6318. www.primeinc.com.
fcan9

DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL
required. Apply in person:
Johnson's Wrecker Service,
500 Wilmer Ave. Orlando. No
phone calls, tfnjw

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. fcan9

DRIVERS-OWNER OPER-
ATORS. Tractors
$1.89*/mile. Straight truck
$1.52*/mile. *includes FSC &
accessories. Cargo vans. 77c.
Panther II Transportation, Inc.
800/640-7055. www.pan-
therii.com. 3/9hi

ELECTRICAL TECHNI-
CIAN NEEDED. Electrical
exp. a must for motor operator,
troubleshooting & installation.
Must have clean driving
record & transportation. Full
time w/overtime. Apopka area.
Call 407/884-5955. 3/9ds

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
bodus. Accuracy bonus, 401k,
pd. holidays & vacations. Call
Nicole @ Kelly Foods, Winter
Garden. 407/654-0500. tfnkf

F/T POOL SERVICE Tech
needed. Will train. Top pay.
Please call 407/654-2131.
3/9as

FIELD TECHNICIANS.
Electric meter change-out field
technicians are needed to work


in the Apopka/Eustis area.
Starting salary $13.50-$15.00.
Must have a valid Florida driv-
er's license, and pass a pre-em-
ployment drug test and crim-
inal background check. Call
407/831-6669 or submit your
resume to
UMS@asplundh.com. UMS-
EOE. 3/16ums

FINISH GRADE BOBCAT
Operator. Exp. only apply.
Good pay & benefits.
407/383-8793. 3/16hls

FLOOR CARE TECH. F/T,
days. Exp. req'd. Apply in per-
son 'or send resume to
HEALTH CENTRAL PARK,
411 N. Dillard St., Winter Gar-
den, FL. 34787. Ph. 407/296-
1620 Fax: 407/296-1639.
EOE. 3/9nas

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

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

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR wall panel production.
Will train. Great benefits. For
further information please call
352/429-7916. 3/23rbp


EMPLOYMENT


OPPORTUNITIES



RECEPTIONIST

Friendly individual w/previous exp as reception-

ist using multi line phone system. Duties will

also include filing, typing, cash handling, word
* processing. Very busy accounting office needs

self motivated individual w/ multi task ability.

Immediate opening for right person. Call Bill

Seidle Chevrolet in Clermont at 352-394-6176.




Bill Seidle Chevrolet

14138 State Road 50 Clermont

(352) 394-6176


SWe're really getting up there.

With more than 100 years in the business, HMSHost is still ascending in status as one of the most
popular providers of name brands for travel and entertainment venues around the globe. We are
currently seeking to fill openings at our hospitality concepts at the Turkey Lake Travel Plaza
(Milemarkeil 263, FlondaTurnpike)


To be considered, forward your resume to:
edwin.fablan@hmshost.com or
marquita.brbwn@hmshost.com


INSTALLERS, SERVICE
TECHNICIANS, and Lami-
nators wanted. Growing Cler-
mont area Kitchen and Bath
Cabinet Company is currently
seeking immediate hire for the
following positions: Installers,
Service Technicians, and Lam-
inators for production shop.
Applicant needs to be self-mo-
tivated and experienced in
their trade. Company offers
good salary, medical benefits,
401k and bonus. Please send
resume to: Fax 352/394-7944
or E-mail Georgia@mar-
garetwoodcraft.com: 3/9mwi

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

OVERHEAD DOOR IN-
STALLERS needed. Com-
mercial construction & weld-
ing experience a plus. Must
have clean driving record and
transportation. Overtime avail-
able. Apopka area. Call
407/884-5955. 3/9fds

Pool Service Route, no expe-
rience necessary, will train.
MANY GREAT BENEFITS.
Must be 21 and have good
driving record. Call 407/294-
9921, 8 to 4, Mon.-Fri. After,
hours, leave message. 3/9pcc

POSITION AVAILABLE IN
family-owned business/com-
puter literate/manual skills.
Knowledge of Ilustrator/Pho-
toshop. 30-40 hrs. flexible.
Must have transportation. Oc-
casional moderate lifting. Call
forinterview 407/656-7986.
3/30tsf

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

PROFESSIONAL HANDY-
MAN NEEDED. Must have
own tools and transportation.,
Provide top quality work for
top quality pay! Please call
Tracy @ 321/287-0860 to set
up an interview. 3/16jc

SMALL ENGINE TECHNI-
CIAN to service and repair


The Orange County Government
is currently hiring:


PARKS SPECIALIST

Perform semi-skilled duties in grounds and building
maintenance duties and/or repair work of County
Parks facilities. Operate specialized equipment, main-
tain grass, fields and trails, clean and maintain re-
stroom, offices and grounds, coordinate partnership
programs with other community organizations and as-
sist park patrons.

Work is usually performed under the general supervi-
sion of a higher graded employee who may directly
supervise the most difficult or technical operations.

Required: High School degree or equivalent and one
year of experience in grounds and building mainte-
nance and repair; or an equivalent combination of ed-
ucation, training or experience. May be required to
possess and maintain appropriate valid Florida com-
mercial driver's license for thetype of equipment op-
erated. Must be able to understand and carry out in-
structions and able to perform job duties under ad-
verse weather conditions.

Apply online at www.orangecountyfl.net or at: Or-
ange County HR, 450 E. South Street, 1st floor, Or-
lando FL 32801. Orange County Government is com-
mitted to providing equal opportunity in employment
and services to all individuals.





Honel
Lending ALTY Of NT.
Home First lending &
Novak Realty of Central Florida, LLC
13335 West Colonial Drive
Winter Garden,.FL 34787
Ph: 407-656-8889
Fax: 407-209-3506

NOW HIRING

Loan Originators Wanted

* You can start before you get your license, as
we are a licensed correspondent mortgage lender
with employee exemption for Loan Originators.
* We provide excellent ongoing training.
* We offer a productive environment and an in-house
real estate company.
* Excellent Orlando, Central Florida Market, office
located in Winter Garden.
Hiring enthusiastic, cheerful individuals
Real Estate Sales positions also available


golf course equipment. Win-
dermere area. $11/hr. plus ben-
efits. Call Donna @ 407/876-
5432 x 2040. 3/16icc

SLY'S TOWING & RECOV-
ERY. Tow truck drivers need-
ed full time and part time.
CDL required. Must live in
Ocoee/Winter Garden area.
Apply in person 119 Fifth St.,
Winter Garden. 3/30str

WANTED: NURSERY
WORKER. Must have valid
Florida drivers license. Bio-
sphere, Winter Garden.
407/656-8277. 3/16b


130
Medical'

NEW PATIENT COORDI-
NATOR. F/T, 36 hrs/p wk.
Ortho/dental exp. preferred.
Personable, enthusiastic team
player needed for this position.
Exc. benefit package avail.
Fax resume to 407/909-3004: ,
3/23dro

RECEPTIONIST-PODIA-
TRY OFFICE. Ocoee. 29
hrs/wk. Comp. skills. 407/578-
9922. tfndl

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. tfndro


135
Professional

ALL-FLORIDA MORT-
GAGE Center is now hiring
licensed mortgage brokers and
experienced loan officers for
the Clermont office. Great
commission splits, 401k, and
health benefits. Please fax re-
sume to 352/404-0020 or call
Richard at 352/241-6060.
3/9afmc

ARE YOU CURRENTLY
getting paid what you are
worth? Growing Allstate In-
surance office needs help!
Exp. preferred, will train right
person. Life Specialist also
needed. Call 407/654-6068,
fax 407/654-6698 or email:
kslingl988@cfl.rr.com.
3/30aic

PRESCHOOL TEACHERS.


K3EK"







2C The West Orange Times Thursday, March 9, 2006


DUE to increased enrollment,
Oakland Presbyterian
Preschool in Oakland, FL. is
accepting applications for
teacher positions for the 2006-
07 school year. Excellent
working conditions and good
pay in a quality environment.
Please fax resume to 407/656-
8201 or call Director Debby
Aldridge at 407/656-4452 or
321/438-1465 for further in-
formation. 3/9opc __
REACH FOR THE stars.
Claim your $2,000 signing
bonus! And Elevate the qual-
ity of life of everyone you see.
Here are the top "10" reasons
why our sales reps love us. 10.
Company paid health benefits.
9. Weekly pay. 8. No slow sea-
sons. 7. Management oppor-
tunities 6. Inflation proof prod-
uct. 5. Recognized household
name 4. 2-3 pre-set quality
appts. daily 3. Interested hot
prospects 2. High as $50 per
completed presentation 1st 90
days. 1. $2,000 signing bonus.
Here's $243,861.41 in "50"
weekly comm. checks paid to
our high earners in "2005.
$7203.22, $6457.22,
$6086.83, $5823.25,
$5716.49, $5521.42,
$5493.00, $5482.26,
$5421.31, $5394.27,
$5378.50, $5373.15,
$5365.70, $5288.05,
$5261.10,$5259.07, $5229.19,
$5118.12, $5080.90,
$5069.42, $5018.81,
$5012.17, $4901.32,
$4884.47, $4815.03,
$4808.71, $4733.24,
$4661.61, $4661.57.
$4604.93, $4547.00,
$4395.50, $4387.75,
$4387.13, $4293.64,
$4273.48, $4246.54,
$4239.96, $4237.70,
$4194.40, $4193.59,
$4152.49, $4148.29,
$4139.60, $4112.01,
$4084.87, .$4054.40,
$4024.24, $3964.28. To claim
your $2,000.signing bonus free


info & program details Call
Catherine McFarland at
888/563-3188. fcan9
SALES TO DISTRIBU-
TORS: We are a local manu-
facturer who sells nation wide
to distributors by case and pal-
let. We need a mature sales
person who can demonstrate
a strong phone presents and
manage their customer base
from beginning to end. Repeat
sales commission on monthly
sales to existing customers. I
want to talk to you if you want
the same success I want. Call
Tom at 407/509-1189 any-
time. 3/9pb

140
Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

COOKIES BY DESIGN now
hiring full & part-time. Bak-
ers, decorator, & drivers to
work Dr. Phillips area. Call
407/903-0230. tfbcbd
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
SERVERS & COOK needed
in historic downtown Winter
Garden. Bert's Moon Cricket
Grille. 407/905-5325.
3/16bmc
SONNY'S REAL PIT Bar-B-
Q is now hiring 'SERVERS at
1500 East Highway 50, Cler-
mont, FL. If interested, please
apply between 2-4 pm, Mon-
day through Thursday (no
phone calls please). 3/9srpb

155
Health & Beauty


HAIRDRESSERS FOR
NURSING home/assisted liv-
ing facilities in Ocoee area.
407/290-8015 leave msg.
3/9bu
NAIL TECH. F/T. New salon
@ Stoneybrook West. Call
407/489-1723. 3/9us

160
General
Employment









Athletic Coordinator P/T
Bldg. Inspector I & II
Bldg. Maintenance
Supervisor
Distribution Tech
GIS Coordinator
Police Dispatcher
Police Officer
Public Service Worker
Recreation Aide P/I
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.


RELIABLE BABYSITTER
WITH reliable transportation.
Call 321/388-5681. 3/91d

SALES PERSON NEEDED.
Will train. Make up to $100k
p/yr. Immediate openings
w/established roofing compa-


ny. 954/444-8538. 3/9cr
VALET PARKING ATTEN-
DANTS wanted. Earn good
$$ while working and having
fun. We have full time/part
time day and evening hours.
Drug and background screen-
ings are required. Please con-
tact Bob at 321/228-2956.
3/16cbj





Plus Commissions,
Bonuses, and Spiffs.
Flexible Hours.
Great Work Environ-
ment. Experience
Necessary.
Call New Business
Service at
407-877-8865



165
Part-Time

BEAUTIFUL WINDER-

MERE CC has immediate P/T
opening for a well organized
person with solid Excel & MS
Word skills (MS Publisher a
plus). You will handle pay-
roll/benefits/AR/AP & misc.
-office. Flair for detail & strong
work ethic will make you suc-
cessful. Pleasant working en-
vir. 24 hrs. p/wk $9 p/hr. Fax
resume to 407/876-0700 or
call 407/876-1112 x 212.
3/16wc

DOG GROOMER. P/T, 2-3
days p/wk. For mobile service
in Southwest Orlando area.
Call 407/340-7636. 3/16sp-
mdg
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. 3/23sl

P/T STUFFERS needed near
Winter Garden thru May 2006.
You can earn great money for
a few hours of work in the late
afternoon or early evening
Mon.-Fri. Good job for col-
lege students needing extra
money. Fax to Mr. Wehmeier
407/654-8451.3/24djb
SWIM INSTRUCTOR. BIG
Fish in little pond. One-man
business expanding slowly and
offering seasonal position
from May-Aug. for teaching
pvt. swim lessons to ages 3 to
12. Lessons and water safety
taught wkdy. mornings and
early afternoons (possible
evenings) in various pools in
SouthWest Orlando as well as
in private residences. Must
have reliable trans. and be
willing to obtain 4 national cer-
tification for swim instruc-
tion/CPR/FA. Must be imag-
inative, energetic, punctual,
responsible, self-motivated,
analytical and planning to at-
tend school OR REMAIN IN
ORLANDO until Oct. 2007.
Good communication skills a
must. Call 407/251-9869.
3/30pk



OItIl^II~~


200
Items for Sale


Beverage-Air Model UCR27
Never used. Still has protective
shipping film. Locking door w/2
keys. 2 adjustable shelves. In-
side thermometer. Great for back
porch, pool deck or boat house.
' Measures 28" tall x 27"wide x
27"deep. Price $375.00.
Interested? Call Paul
407-575-3226


AIR CONDITIONER, GE,
115 volt, 10,500 btu, used only
2 mos. $100. 407/654-0934.
3/9wh
BUILDING SALE! "Rock
Bottom Prices!" 20x30 now
$4100; 25x40 $6200; 30x50,
$9,800; 40x80, $18,400. Ex-
tensive range of sizes and
models. Front end optional.
Pioneer. 800/668-5422. fcan9
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..
CUSTOM MADE WINDOW
valances, Kingston style, neu-
tral color. (1) 150" x 25", (1)
45" x 25". Will take best of-
fer..Roll-top pine desk, $250.
All in exc. cond. 407/905-
9095.3/16pa
DEWALT TOOLS, 2 walk
boards, 12' window slider, Fre-
on/Freon gages, Honda pres-
sure washer 3000 psi, 8 glass
panels 30" x 60", 32' ladder.
407/876-5096. 3/9rms

ELECTRIC RANGE & RE-
FRIGERATOR. $300/both.
407/340-1704. 3/9st


METAL ROOFING. SAVE
$$$ buy direct from manufac-
turer. 20 colors in stock with all
accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery available.
Toll free 888/393-0335. fcan9

ORLANDO TANGELOS AT
Margroff Grove. Across Rt.
50 from West Orange Lumber
Co., Oakland. You pick or I
pick. 407/656-5768. tfnmg
REDUCED!!! RUG. INDIA
KASHAN Oriental. 12'x18'.
New, never used. Hand made.
New Zealand wool. Ivory
w/blue & pink pastel flower
pattern. $1900. MUST SELL-
MAKE ANY REASON-
ABLE OFFER. 407/654-
7718. tfnjd
SNAPPER 28" RIDING
mower. Runs great. $400 firm.
407/656-8239. 3/9wb
TREADMILL. BRAND
NEW. Used very few times.
$250, obo. 407/739-2746.
tfncm

2 COLONIAL LOVE seats,
$30 ea. Broyhill dining room
table, leaf, 6 chairs, china cab-
inet w/light, $450. Colonial
china hutch, $45. White rattan
dinette set w/4 swivel chairs
& glass top table, $75. King
headboard, $15. White rattan
& wicker coffee table w/glass
top, $30. Colonial coffee table,
$20. Call for appt. 407/656-
3785. 3/9cs

240
Garage/Yard Sale
HUGE ESTATE SALE. At
Fowler Groves "Almyra
Farm" 7 Days\from Friday to
SUNDAY, MARCH 3RD -
12TH!! 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
16 room-3 story "Colonial
Dutch" home Arts & Crafts


built in 1922. Four other
homes included. Architectural
items: All to be salvaged before
demolition. Everything from
fixtures to flooring to be sold.
Whatever you buy, you re-
move, at your risk. All items
must be removed by March
14,2006! Bring your trailers &
tools. Everything GOES! Fruit
trees & shrubbery for sale. 175
acre farm established circa
1875. President Chester A.
Arthur signed land grant, Win-
ter Garden, Florida. Available
itmes are Antiques from
1870's to 1960'-1970's col-
lectibles and architectural
items and features for sale.
Civil War era sewing table
with curved bottom drawer,
English cotton two drawer
needle case/sewing box,
1850's O.G. mirror, baskets,
trunks, cedar chest, iron bird
door stop, B & H bookend,
saddle bag, early brown auto-
mobile riding jacket, late
1800's black mourning cape,
skirt & bonnet, fancy late
1800's lacey blouses, dated,
crazy quilts, (10) 1870's-
1920's New Hampshirequilts,
"drunkard's path" and "hole in
the barn", Victorian wall hang-
ing, piano runner with flow-
ers, beaded collar, black jet
beads, black bustle skirt, lots of
trinkets and late 1800's glass-
ware, Mahogany radio and
phonograph, small Mahogany
2 drawer cabinet with 2 mesh
doors on bottom. 1950's hats,
leather tooled purse with bust
of horse, late 1800's picture
frames, books, pictures, lamps,
telephone table, televisions,
1860's rocker, Aladdin Clas-
sic magnifier viewer with large
screen, luggage, kitchen items,
doillies, bisque German Indi-
an doll. Architectural items
and features for sale: L-shaped
stairway and banniser, wood
flooring, crown molding,
raised paneled doors, 3 piece
front door and side lights with
divided panes. Six sets of


French doors, various sizes of
paneled doors approximately
40- all different sizes. Pair of
oval mirror-back prism
sconces, pair of round, dome-
shaped (ceiling) prism fixtures,
Italian tile, 1920's porcelain
tubs, 1920's HAJOCA toilets
(made in Pennsylvania), pair
of swinging pantry doors, bal-
cony, green Arts & Crafts fire-
place tiles, Original horseshoe
shaped, beadbood back but-
lers pantry with wood & glass
panes, wooden floors, old per-
sonal items, custom made
kitchen cabinets, custom made
vanity with teal formicatop,
mirrors, custom made office
desk & cabinets "L" shaped;
Antique brick arched entry and
wall. Bullshed one car garage
w/door. Rembrandt collection
of 50 Sterling coins in 5 draw-
er case. Christmas decorations,
household items, tons of'oth-
er items.
From Hwy. 50 in Winter Gar-
den go South on Hyw. 535 2.3
miles turn left. From Hwy.
429, exit Hwy. 535, go North
1/4 mile, on right. Watch for
yellow direction signs.
Shirley's Antiques handling
sale. Info. 407/383-3619. Visa;
MasterCard, American Ex-
press, Cash accepted! -NO
EARLY BIRDS!! 3/9ta
ESTATE SALE. MARCH 11
& 12. Sat. & Sun. 402 E. Vick
Ave., Oakland. 3/9cm

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dining table w/4 chairs, other
furniture. Household item's;
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down the street from Wal-
Mart & Health Central. Old
Winter Garden Rd. to Rowe
St. to Jane Street. Follow
bright orange signs. 352/242-
2630. 3/9dmc
MOVING SALE. FRI. 3/10
& Sat., 3/11. 8am-lpm. Lots
of.household items & baby girl
stuff. 1604 St. Lawrence (East
end of White Rd). 3/9ha
MULTI FAMILY. WIN-
DERMERE. Household, kids,
tools, construction items. 3/11,
8am. 3205 Wauseon. Comer
ofPark & Windermere Ele-
mentary. 3/9rms
MULTI FAMILY. FRI. & Sat.
March 10 & 11. Oakglen sub-
dv. in Winter Garden. Bed, ap-
pliances, toys and much more.
3/9eb
OUT OF STATE moving sale
throughout house, garage &
patio. Dining furniture, huge
TV, tables, lamps, linens,
tools, toys, kitchen, lots of
misc. Beautiful plants. Fri. &
Sat. Take 535 to stop light @
West Orange Country Club
Rd. at old Winn-Dixie to 4136
Willow Bay Dr. Sale handled
by Finders Keepers of Win-
dermere. 3/9fk
YARD SALE. FRI. 3/10.237
Pennsylvania Ave. Clothes,
plants, etc. 3/9kd

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-
Vid6 financial assistance to
The Children's Wish Founda-
tion and The Center for Griev-
ing Children. We'd be happy to
pick up your donation. To
schedule a pick-up, please call
407/648-8393. Your donations
help a child. tfn
WANTED TO BUY: Lincoln
wheat cents and old coins. Sin-
gle coins, accumulations, en-
tire collections. Littleton Coin
Potmpany since 1945. Call
800/581-2646, e-mail coin-
buy,@littletoncoin.com. Men-
tion'code B8K720. fcan9


WE BUY GOLD, diamonds
and any broken jewelry &
watches. 407/296-6999. tfnsj


JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing
SCRAP
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500 EACH
510E. HWY 50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588


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Pet Services &
Supplies
11 STALL BARN with large
paddocks and pasture. Bath-
room, laundry and round pen.
Starting @ $200, 6th month
free. 407/293-7441. 3/16pt





400
Automobiles
'86 LINCOLN TOWNCAR.
90,000 actual miles. Proceeds
to benefit Bread of Life Fel-
lowship food ministry. $900.
407/654-7777. tfnbol

430
Trucks & Vans
2002 DODGE DURANGO
SLT, V-8, auto, all acces-
sories. $16,000. 407/469-
4429. 3/23pc
1990 MAZDA PICKUP, x-
cab. Exc. cond. 407/877-1011.
3/9ke
1998 TOYOTA TACOMA.
70,316 miles. Single cab, 5
spd. manual, freezing cold
air/heat. $4995. 407/466-
5226. 3/9kw

450
Motorcycles
2000 HONDA SHADOW


SABRE 1100 V-twin, black.
Custom Mustang seat and hard
cases. Only 3,950 miles. Exc.
cond. Garage kept. $5500,
obo. 407/654-7718. tfndd
460
Boat
'04. 14' TRACKER JON boat.
5hp o.b /55 lb. Minnakota.
Depth finder, bilge, lights.
New gal. trlr. Full deck w/car-
pet, gas tank. $2,500, obo.
407/722-2591 Chris. 3/16cc

528
Legal
ARRESTED? ALL CRIMI-
NAL defense. Felonies, mis-
demeanors, state or federal
charges, parole, probation,
DUI, traffic tickets, bond re-
duction. Private attorneys
statewide, 24 hrs. A-A-A At-
torney Referral Svc. 800/733-
5342. fcan9
DIVORCE. $275-$350. Cov-
ers children, etc. Only one sig-
nature req'd. Excludes govt.
fees. Call weekdays 800/462-
2000, ext. 600. (8am-7pm).
Alta Divorce, LLC. Estab-
lished 1977. fcan9

540
Cleaning
HOMECLEANING BY
BOBBY. 407/963-8627,
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ingladyl01.com. 3/16rt
HOUSECLEANING SER-
VICE. RELIABLE & afford-
able for free estimate call
407/758-6993. References
available. 3/9ma

560
Home
Improvement
CROWN MOULDING,
TILE, bathroom repair, lam-
inate flooring, more.
Owned/operated by local fire-
fighter. 407/489-0116,
352/242-9265. 3/9fcs
REPAIR, REMODEL, REN-
OVATIONS & installation
services. Call Handyroo's. Li-
censed/Insured. 407/340-1719.
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Repairs
COMPUTER REPAIR IN
your home. Pick up and drop
off service. Upgrade, trouble
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600
Homes for Rent
BRAND NEW 3/2/2, 1900 sq.
ft., dining, large fam/study.
$1475 p/mo. Lease opt. is
avail. Oakglen subdv.
407/920-2593. 3/9vp
2,000 SQ. FT. 3/2, lakefront
w/fireplace & large screened
porch. Asking $1500 p/mo.
includes water & garbage. Call
Lisa 321/948-9296. 3/16wrg
4/2, NICE QUIET neighbor-
hood in Winter Garden close to
downtown & bike trail. $1200
p/mo., first, last & security.
407/234-6014. 3/23dl


610
Condo &
Townhouses
CITRUS OAK CONDO.
Gotha. 1938 sq. ft. Magnifi-
cent water view. Gated com-
munity near West Oaks Mall.
Pool, 2/2/2, w/d incl. $1400
p/mo. Ref. Immediate occu-
pancy. 407/924-8645. 3/9phi

620
Apts. & Duplexes
FURNISHED ONE BED-
ROOM apt. Central H/A, one
adult. No smoker's or pets!
Clean, safe. $700/month
which includes all utilities.
$350 security. Available
March 22. Call 407/656-4029.
3/9rjmc
1/1 APT. NEWLY refur-
bished. W.G. No pets. $550
p/mo. Within walking distance
to shopping & restaurants in
historic downtown. 407/376-
8763. tfnmec
2/2. BORDEAUX. NEXT to
West Oaks Mall. Attached
garage, fireplace, 1st floor.
$1200 p/mo. S. Schneider, Re-
altor 321/284-6761. 3/9ss

625
Rooms/Efficiency
EFFICIENCY APTS FOR
rent. By week. 407/656-8124.
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METROWEST-CLEAN,
QUIET, furn. bdrm., ameni-
ties. 408 & bus link. $375/all.
407/299-1811. 3/30jl
W/D, KITCHEN privileges,
telephone, cable TV. Hi-
awassee Rd. area. $100/wk.
407/466-0956. 3/9pc
1/1 APT. NEWLY refur-
bished. W.G. No pets. $550
p/mo. Within walking distance
to shopping & restaurants in
historic downtown. 407/376-
8763. tfnmec

650
Commercial
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE: Secretary/reception
area, two office areas, re-
stroom, and storage area lo-
cated in Windtree Profession-


al Center, 13360 W. Colonial
Dr., Winter Garden. Rent $650
p/month plus state tax and
$650 security deposit. Call
Land and Homes Real Estate,
Inc. 407/877-2840. 3/91h
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE. 1500 sq. ft. w/com-
petitive rates. Located at 1735
B. East Hwy. 50, Ste. C. Cler-
mont, FL. 34711. Call Gita
Vyas for more details:
407/447-4270. 3/9fpg
OFFICE WAREHOUSE &
fenced in area for lease.
Downtown Ocoee. Approx.
7400 sq. ft total. Call Charline
407/251-6789. tfncf
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
SPACE for rent. N. Dillard St.
407/656-2812. tfnmab
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
SUITE for rent. 446 W. Plant
St. 407/654-4009, please call
with any questions. 3/9ewr
31 S. Main St. 2nd floor of-
fice spaces avail. Starting @
$350 a month. 407/656-6420.
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670
Vacation
DESTIN, FLORIDA. DI-
RECTLY on the water. New
boutique hotel. Harbor beach,
pool. Steps to finest restau-
rants. Minutes to Gulf, golf,
shopping. Introductory rate.
www.innondestinharbor.com.
800/874-0470. fcan9







700
Homes for Sale
CYPRESS CHASE/gated.
Windermere Elem. In up &
coming Lake Sheen area. 3
br/2ba, tile, granite;, conserva-
tion lot. 9245 Pecky Cypress
Way. $374,900. Remax Town
Centre 407/761-8754. 3/9psr
DOWNTOWN WINTER
GARDEN. 329 Pine St. offN.
Park Ave. 2 bedrooms, 1.5
bath. Cement block, central
heat/air. $162,000. Vacant.


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Owner/Agent 407/656-0991.
3/9rm
FOREST BROOKE. 4 bdrm,
3 ba. 2480 sq. ft. Formal living
& dining, great room, 3 car
garage. Private lot. Built 2005.
Coldwell Banker, Erin Tomp-
kins. 321/231-2262.
erin.tompkins@flori-
damoves.com. 3/16et
LARGE 4 BR., 2 bath home.
532 Garden Heights Dr., Win-
ter Garden. Over 2,000 sq. ft.
L.A. + 2 car garage. Price re-
duced! $320,000. Submit of-
fers. Doris E. Grimes, Realtor
407/656-3010. 3/16dg
MAGNIFICENT VIEW OF
Lake Apopka. This home is
located in historical Winter
Garden. 3 br/ 2 ba, large of-
fice. Pool, spa. Double lot.
Asking $399,000. 407/963-
0826.3/9sm
MUST SEE. Ready to move.
4/3, 2,400 sf. Ocoee. Best
price in town. Immaculate. 1
year warranty. Premium lot.
Excellent location. $363,900.
More info on:
geocities.com/your_next
home. 407/443-0403,


407/484-3186. 3/16pt
OLYMPIA HIGH/GOTHA
Middle. 3 bd/2ba, 2020 sf. 263
Dempsey Way. Park West/Va-
lencia Hills. Huge back yard.
$299,900. Remax Town Cen-
tre. 407/761-8754. 3/9psr
REDUCED! LAKEFRONT
IN Sleepy Harbour on Starke
Lake. 3/2 with private boat
dock. Lots of upgrades and
large lot. Open House Sat.,
March 11th, 10am-lpm. Of-
fered by Jamison Properties,
Inc., Realtors. Call Nanette
Barton direct at 407/592-0409.
3/9nb
WINDERMERE. BELMERE
VILLAGE/gated. 940 Lascala
Dr. 4 bd/3ba. Very private
w/fenced yard, spectacular
pond view. $449,900. Remax
Town Centre. 407/761-8754.
3/9psr
WINTER GARDEN. Open
Sunday 1-4pm. 394 Lake Am-
berleigh Dr. 3/2, plus den,
2200 sf, pool, nearly new. Exit
Realty. Eydie 407/497-6430.
3/9ec
WINTER GARDEN/OAK-


LAND. 3 bed., 2 bath, 1/2 acre
homesite. Quiet community,
best kept secret in West Or-
ange, $280k. Royal Horizons
Realty. 407/656-9320. 3/30er

710
Condo &
Townhouses
CONDO FOR SALE.
Windtree Gardens. 2 bed/2
bath. $129,000. 407/656-
3336. 3/9cm
WATERFRONT CONDO. 2
bedroom, 2.5 bath, pool, dock,
great view. $155,000 make of-
fer, Jillian Properties. Mr. Ted-
er 407/656-0213. 3/9hs

740
Lots and Acreage
REAL ESTATE FOR sale. 5
acres, city water & sewer
available. Clermont area near
Hancock Rd. Reduced
$375,000. Austin Teal Corpo-
ration, Broker 407/448-0572.
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Call for free brochure.
877/837-2288. Exit Realty
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www.exitmurphy.com. fcan9.

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magnificent frontage on Bat-
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Offering deep waterfront
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$59,900. Call.877/929-2837.,
fcan9

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acres on mountain top in gat-
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nearby, paved private access,
$119,500. Owner 866/789-
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no rentals or pets, many ac-
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from $65,900; 2 bdrm. from
$89;900. Cal Elaine King,
Panache Realty, 727,525-
9018,727/321-5028. fcan9

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community bordering a large
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available. Call toda, for an
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; price of $3I.'i: \i. 10% di u n.
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due at the end of 5 \vr Terms
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WATERFRONT LAND
*.SALE' Direct waterfront
parcels Irocm only $9.900. 2
acres dockable with log cabin


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$99,900. all properties are new
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Paved road, underground util-
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Scenic region, views, trees,
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866/365-2825. fcan9

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3/91a


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .
IN AND FOR THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER: 48-2005-CP-
002861-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF


LEO M. WESTMORELAND,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Formal Administration)
The formal administration of the
estate of LEO M. WESTMORE-
LAND, deceased, whose date of
death was September 8, 2005, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
425 N. Orange Avenue, Room
340, Orlando, Florida 32801; File
Number 48-2005-CP-002861-0.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this Notice has
been served must file their claims
with this court WITHIN'THE
LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE TIME
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 es-
tate must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

Notwithstanding the time period
set forth above, any claim filed two
(2) yedtrs or more after the dece-
dent's date of death is barred.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is March 2, 2006.
/s/ Charles C. Westmoreland
Charles C. Westmoreland
Personal Representative
311 14th Street
St. Augustine, Florida 32084
/s/ Ondean B. Balch
Ondean B. Balch
Personal Representative
9004 Reyes Court
Orlando, Florida 32836
/s/ Lynn Walker Wright
Lynn Walker Wright, Esq.
LYNN WALKER WRIGHT, P.A.
2715 Rew Circle, Suite 102
Ocoee, Florida 34761
Florida Bar No.: 0509442
3/2, 3/9/06



PUBLIC NOTICE

To satisfy owners lien for rent due
in accordance with Florida
Statutes, "The Self Storage Facil-
ity Act" (Sections 83.801-83.809),
contents of the leased storage units
(individuals identified below) in-
cluding all personal property con-
sisting of miscellaneous household
items, furniture, clothing, boxes
and other items will be sold at Pub-
lic Auction to the highest bidder
(or otherwise disposed of) at the
following locations and time.


All units are sold "as-is", and must
be paid for in CASH immediately
following the auction. All units ad-
vertised may not be available at
the time of auction in the event of
settlement between owner and ob-
ligated party.
SAFE-T-STORAGE I
300 E. DIVISION
MINNEOLA, FL. 34755
Date: March 17, 2006
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Tenant: Unit
No.
Christopher Shubert B32
Christopher Shubert B42
Kathy Johnson B132
Christopher Shubert B134
Custom Dockside CanvasC15
Charles Dunnigan C109
Brian Tanner E28
Matthew Stevens 1902
Matthew Stevens 1904
SAFE-T-STORAGE II
1970 S. HIGHWAY 27
CLERMONT, FL.34711
Date: March 17, 2006
Time: 8:45 a.m.
Tenant Unit
No.
Wes Flanagan 119
Paul Gonzales 145
Brandon Schaffner 310
Joey Ingram 371
Wes Flanagan 534
Wes Flanagan 574
Wes Flanagan 632
James Boyd 640
3/2, 3/9/06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 48-2006-CP-000458-
0
Division: I
IN RE: ESTATE OF

ALTAGRACIA ASENCIO,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ALTAGRACIA ASENCIO, de-
ceased, whose date of death was
January 9, 2006 is pending in the
Circuit Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division, File
Number 48-2006-CP-000458-O,
the address of which is 425 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Room 340, Orlan-
do, FL. 32801. The names andad-
dresses of the personal represen-
tative and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent
or unliquidated claims, and who
have been served a copy of this no-
tice 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 who have claims
or demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims.
must file their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
All other creditor of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's es-
tate must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATIONOF THIS NO-
TICE.
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 the first publication of
this Notice is March 2, 2006.
Personal Representative
RAFAEL CAMPUSANO
13 Blanchard Street
Apartment 2
East Lynn, Massachusetts 01904
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
DAVID W. VELIZ
Florida Bar No.: 846368
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 103
Orlando, Florida 32804
Telephone: 407/849-7072
3/2, 3/9/06



PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF OAKLAND
CANVASSING BOARD
MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the
Town of Oakland's Canvassing
Board will meet on Tuesday,
March 14, 2006, at 7:00 p.m. in
the Meeting Hall, 221 North Ar-
rington Street. The purpose of the
meeting is to open and tabulate the
2006-Election Absentee Ballots.
Any person with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation should
submit a written request to Linda
Balsavage, Town Clerk, P.O. Box
98, Oakland, FL. 34760, or phone
407/656-1117 x 11 at least 24
hours before the meeting.


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 thaton 3/21/06 10:00 a.m.
at 119 5th St., Winter Garden, Fl.
34787-3613. Sly's Towing & Re-
covery reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
79 CHEV, PU. CCU148A179115
82 DODGE, PU.
1B7KD34R7,CS296750
93 BUICK, ,SW.
1G4BR8379PW402396
93 HONDA, 4DR.
1HGCB769XPA182432
95 KIA, 4DR.
KNAFA1259S5241063
96 HYU, 4DR.


Nlontverde Academy is no\ accepting applications for new positions in our ex-
panding lower school program. Founded in 1912. Montrerde Academi is an in-
dependent. coeducational, college preparatory boarding 17-12) and day school
(PK3-12i situated on 125 acres adjacent to Lake Florence in Montverde. Flori-

da. Expanding on its 25 million dollar campus, Montverde Academr has begun
construction on a new\ 4 million dollar lower school learning center to open in
September of 2006 to house a grow ing lower school student body.



Available teaching positions for September of 2006


PK3 Instructor

Kindergarten Instructor

First Grade Instructor

Third Grade Instructor

Fourth Grade Instructor

Fifth Grade Instructor

High School- Librarian/Media Specialist

Elementary Art Teacher

Elementary/Middle School Phys. Ed. Instructor

Elementary Computer Instructor


Qualifications:
Certified in elementary education
Experience preferred. graduate degree preferred
Benefits:
Competiti e salary commensurate \ ith county scale
Small class size of 20
Tuition remission available for children of full time faculty and staff
125 acre campus, strong endow\ ment
Medical coverage. dental plan available
10%c employer contribution toward retirement


Visit w \w.montverde org for employment application and instructions.


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1G1JC124627182582


RAINBOW TITLE & LIE
3389 Sheridan Street, PM
Iollywood, FL. 33021
954/920-6020

NOTICE OF SAL

Rainbow Title & Lien, It
sell at Public Sale at Auction
lowing vehicles to satisfy I
suant to Chapter 713.78
Florida Statutes on March
at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL C
WHERE EACH VEHIC
LOCATED*

1998 CHEVROLET,
IGNDX03EOWD238296
Located at: 151
VINELAND ROAD, ORL
FL. 32824 Orange
Any person (s) claiming
terest (s) in the above vehic
tact: Rainbow Title & Lit
954/920-6020.
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE
WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles ma
been released prior to auc
LIC.#AB-0001256


RAINBOW TITLE & LIE
3389 Sheridan Street, PM
Hollywood, FL. 33021
954/920-6020

NOTICE OF SAL

Rainbow Title & Lien, Ii
sell at Public Sale at Auctiol
lowing vehicles to satisfy I
suant to Chapter 713.58.
Florida Statutes on March3
at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL C
WHERE EACH VEHICLE
SEL IS LOCATED*
Lot#: 009672 1992 NONI
BRONCO, VIN
1FMEU15H1NLA69408
Located at: TROPICAL
INC.
9900 S. ORANGE BLC
TRAIL, ORLANDO, FL
407/851-3800 Orange
Owner: UNKNOWN
Customer: DENNIS TEl
HUDSON, 2416 BANLE'
CT., ORLANDO, FL. 32:
ORLANDO POLICE DE
BOX 913, ORLANDO, FI
Lien Amount: $4,130.80
a) Notice to the owner o
that he has a right to a hea
or to the scheduled date ol
filing with the Clerk of th
b) Owner has the fight to
possession of vehicle by
bond in accordance with
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c) Proceeds from the sale of the
2DR. vehicle after payment lien claimed
by lienor will be deposited with
the Clerk of the Court

Any person (s) claiming any in-
N, INC. terest (s) in the above vehicles con-
:B 221 tact: Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc.,
954/920-6020
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
.E WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
nc., will been released prior to auction
n the fol-
lien pur- LIC # AB-0001256
Sof the
23,2006
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
)CCUR
CLE IS Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on March 25, 2006, at
8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth Road,
VIN # Orlando, FL. 32807 for the tow-
ing and storage pursuant to F.S. #
713.78. Terms are cash.
TAFT
.ANDO, 1986 CHEVROLET MONTE-
CARLO
VIN # 1GIGZ37H4GR202808
any in- 1990 TOYOTA COROLLA
cles con- VIN# JT2AE94KOL3317441
en, Inc., 1990 MAZDA MX-6
VIN # IYVGD31B4L5217900
1993 ACURA VIGOR
HELD VIN # JH4CC2669PC008536
1994 MERCURY VILLAGER
ay have VIN # 4M2DV 11W9RDJ52340
tion. 1994 CHEVROLET CORSECA
VIN # 1G1LD55M4RY254229
1996 MAZDA PRODEGE
VIN #JMIBB1410T0314487

IN, INC. MD Towing reserves the right to ac-
IB 221 cept or reject any and all bids.


.E NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
"c., will CITY OF WINTER
n thefol-
ien pr- GARDEN, FLORIDA
5 of the
30, 2006 Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the City
of Winter Garden Commission will
)CCUR hold a public hearing on March 20,
EE/VES- 2006 @ 6:30 p.m. oras soon after
as possible to consider the adop-
tion of the following ordinance:
E FORD
# ORDINANCE 06-15

FORD, AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF WINTER GARDEN, FLORI-
)SSOM DA; VACATING THE EAST-
S32837 ERLY THREE FEET OF THE
FIVE FOOT DRAINAGE AND
UTILITY EASEMENT LOCAT-
RREAL ED ADJACENT TO THEWEST-
Y CLUB ERNMOST PROPERTY LINE,
837 LESS 5 FEETONTHENORTH-
PT., PO ERN PROPERTY LINE AND
32802 LESS 12.5 FEET ON THE
SOUTHERN PROPERTY LINE
OF 252 BLUE STONE CIRCLE,
ar lienor WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA;
ring pri- PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
f sale by DATE.
e court.
recover Copies of the proposed ordinances
posting (which includes the legal descrip-
Florida tion in metes and bounds of the
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by the public between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday
to Friday of each week at City Hall
at 251 West Plant Street. For more
information, please contact Kelly
Randall at 407/656-4111 (ext.
2275).
Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed ordinance.
Written comments will be accept-
ed before or at the public hearings.
Any persons wishing to appeal a
decision of the Public body should
ensure a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made.
The meeting will be held at Tanner
Hall, located at 29 W. Garden Av-
enue, Winter Garden, Florida.



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 3/20/06 @ 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.
94 MERC., 4D. VIN #
2MELM75W9RX668125
89 TOYT., 4D. VIN #
4TISV21E1KU015825
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.




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 48-2005-CP-003129-
0
Division: 1
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRED J. CARSTEN, JR.
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Fred J. Carsten, deceased, whose
Sdate of death was October 15,
2005, and whose Social Security


Number is 262-09-5330, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida. Probate Division,
the address of which is 425 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Orlando, FL. 32801.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative 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 on
whom a copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATEOF SERVICEOF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors ofthe decedent
and other persons who have claims
or demands against the decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE (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 March 9, 2006.
Personal Representative
/s/ Terry B. Carsten
Terry B. Carsten
3404 Down East Lane
Windermere, Florida 34786
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
/s/ Keith A. Carsten
Keith A. Carsten
Florida Bar No.: 0141283
101 S. Wymore Road, Suite 440
Altamonte Springs, Florida 32714
407/657-1555
3/9, 3/16/06



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on March 23,2006 @
8:00 AM at 1510 N. Forsyth Road,
Orlando, FL. 32807 for towing &
storage pursuant to F.S. 713.78.
Terms are cash.

1993 SATURN'
VIN # 1G8ZH5596PZ228721

Harley's Towing & Recovery re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and all bids.


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Metrowest Condo for Rent 3/2
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Winter Garden, FL 34787
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Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with an
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Call Jenny Oyola at 407-654-6688.







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This never lived in 4/3 in Ocoee is
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Really nice two story, 5 bedroom 2-1/2 bath
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Winter Park Jewel with beautiful view and only a
5 min. stroll to prestigious Park Ave. Enjoy Park
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Conservation Area; Great Neighborhood; schools
close by; Centrally located
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Brand new. Large 3br/2.5ba.
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Clermont, Florida 34714


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Classic Realty
407-467-2391
407-927-8201


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'407-656-2223


FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
890 S. Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, FL 407-656-3949
Pastor Grady Rusell
BAPTIST
BANANA BAY BAPTIST
1333E. Crown Point Rd.
407-656-8558
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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.
Jay Knolls, Pastor/Presiaerit
(407) 656-3001
Awana/Patch (Summer program)
Calvary Christian School
K-3-12th
" FIRST BAPTIST OF MONTVERDE
17409 87th St.
Mortverde, FL 34756
(407) 469-4569
Pastor Jonathan G.Winningham
fbcmontverde@pedplepc.com
Sunday Worship 9:00 am:
Montverde Academy Service
Celebration and
SPraise Services:
S9:45 am and 11:00 am
SSmall Groups and
Sunday School:
S9:45 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.
S407-293-4571
SEnglish-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. 'coee
(at Good Homes) Sunday
Worship 9:30am or 11 am
Also Deaf, Spanish, Haitian,
;' Filipino, and Vietnamese
c"" 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.
SPhilip Walter, Minister
NewHorizonsChristiahChurch.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


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
EPISCOPAL
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On the corner of Main St. and
Tilden. (407) 656-3218
Sunday services at 8AM, 9:30AM
11AM & 7:00PM with Sunday
School for all ages at 9:30. Child
Care &Youth Ministry.
www.churchoftherhessiah.com
EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
ASCENSION
4950 S. Apopka-Vinelind 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
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


As I See It...
A Comment & Study of the Scriptures Remembering George Gano


"For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of
God." Romans 3:23
"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and
with all your soul and with all your mind and with
all your strength." Mark 12:30
I asked a young lady recently if she knew she
was going to heaven. Her response was, "I sure
hope so! I try to live a good life." So many people
live that way, convinced that if they are just "good"
enough, God will accept them. The truth is that God
doesn't grade on a curve. It doesn't matter what
others are doing, if I am nicer, sweeter, more giv-
ing, more loving than them. It doesn't matter what
anyone thinks aboutme....except God. The stan-
dard against which all of us are measured is JESUS.
I can't measure up, no matter how hard I try. It
doesn't matter what I do to be good, to live a


"good" life. It will NEVER be good enough.
What a relief! I don't have to! You don't have
to! Jesus already lived the perfect life and took my
place and your place on the cross. It's done. The
payment has been made. Our response is simply to
acknowledge our sin and our need for Him, and to
accept that most glorious gift, His forgiveness.
Lord, more than anything I want to love You
like You have commanded me....with all my heart,
with all my soul, with all my mind, with all my
strength; with everything that I am. The truth is I
let other things and other people get in the way of
that. I trust in myself before I trust in You. Help
me to not compare myself to others. Change me,
Father. Help me to love you wholeheartedly.
From the believers at First Baptist Winter Gar-


ADV.


635 West SR. 50, Ste. B
For services info. call
352-243-5353 or
www.congregationsinai-
clermont.org
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
Rev. Russell Belcher
8:00 Brief Traditional, 9:00
Contemporary, 10:00
Sunday School, 11:00 Traditional,
5:00pm TNT Youth Group,
7:00pm Contemporary & Gospel.
Newell St.
Post o First Unitedl
Office 1Methodist Church .
0g Plant St. 0

^ .Colonial Dr. tN


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 Serv. 8, 9:30, 11:00am
Contemporary Worship 5:30pm
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
THE CROSSINGS,
A COMMUNITY CHURCH
Corner of McKinnon Rd. and Lake
Butler Blvd, 1 mile west of Winder-
mere Elementary School. 10:30 am
Worship Service. 407-656-6044
PASSION INTL CHRISTIAN CTR
271 W. Plant St: Winter Garden
Sunday Service 11:00am
Free Dinner after Service
Rev. Jerome & Cynthia Thompson.
Pastors: 407-232-4776
UNITY CHURCH OF
CHRISTIANITY
4801 Clarcona Ocoee Rd. Orlando,
FL 32810 Ph. 407-295-9181
Worship Service 9:15 & 11am
Rev. Bob Marshall
info@unityccorlando.ora
NAZARENE "
FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
245 Beulah,Winter Garden;
Rev. Rick Paae. 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 LAKESi 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



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Singles Dance
(last Saturday of Every Month)
8pm to 11 pm $5.00
Hastings St., Near Kirkman Rd
off West Colonial


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Kevin Clark
14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
407-656-3633


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100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

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