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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main: Business
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    Section A: Main: Winter Garden
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    Section A: Main: Oakland
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    Section A: Main: Ocoee
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    Section A: Main: Windermere
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    Section A: Main: Dr. Phillips
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    Section A: Main: Social
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Class on disaster
preparedness Friday
at Maxey center
The Orange County Health De-
partment Emergency Operations
is working with several other agen-
cies to present disaster prepared-
ness education sessions in area
communities.
One will be held at 10 a.m. this
Friday, March 31, at the Maxey
Community Center, 830 Klondike
St., in Winter Garden.
The session will provide infor-
mation such as what to do in case
of a disaster, preparing a disaster kit,
having an evacuation plan and hav-
ing emergency telephone numbers
on hand.
For details, call Sharon Denton-
Gow at 407-858-1400. The ses-
sion is being presented in cooper-
ation with the Orange County Of-
fice of Emergency management,
Health and Family Services and
the University of Florida Exten-
sion Service.

Meeting set for
relief school for
Whispering Oak
Orange County School Board
Member Karen Ardaman is host-
ing a community meeting to intro-
duce the new school design and
construction for a relief school for
Whispering Oak Elementary.
The meeting is this Thursday,
March 30, at 6:30 p.m. in the
WOES cafeteria, 15300 Stoney-
brook West Parkway, Winter Gar-
den.
The new school will be built in
the Lakeside Village of Horizon
West east of County Road 535 and
south of Chase Road.
For information, call Dennis
Foltz at 407-317-3974.

SW Relay looking
for auction donations
SLet's Ctrl+Alt+Del Canceriis the
theme for this 'ear's Relas For Life
rally at Dr. Philhps High School.
The two-day, overnight event is
set for April 7-S at Bill Spoone Sta-
dium on the school campus, and
organizers have set a goal of rais-
uig $140,000 for the American
Cancer Society.
To date, more than 30 teams
have committed to participate in
this fugid-raising event for support
cancer research:.',
SOrganizers are looking for do-
nations for the silent auction and
baked goods and snacks for the
Survivor's Tent. To help. contact
Steve McKinney at 407-355-3215
or Kathy Leadbeater at 407-355-
3201.

Meet-the-artist event,
exhibit this weekend
The Gallery Ponofino at Ponofi-
no Bay Hotel will host "The Bea-
ties Icons of the Century," an
exhibii showcasing more than 100
rarely seen images from the Hulton
Archive in London this Friday and
Saturday, March 31 and April 1.
The e.hubit will include early im-
ages of The Beades, along with a
wide array of original artwork by
famed Beatles animator Ron
Campbell. The aw\ aid-w inning di-
rector % ill be at the premier of this
e\ ent to answer questions and of-
fer an in-galler art demonstration
from 6-10 p.m. both da\ s Camp-
bell animated the Beatles Ytlo;t
Sublanorinc feature mo\ ie. as % ell
as the group's cartoon sho% for
telet ision. An piece of art can be
hand-dedicated and personalize
during the exhibit

Bedtime stories at
Ocoee branch library
The W\est Oaks Library in Ocoee
is hosting bedtime stories for chil-
dren on Apnl 5 and Aprnl 19 at 7
p.m. Children ate invited to wear
pajamas. bedroom slippers and
bring blankets. Cookies, nulk and
juice are served after the stones.

Come to Gotha for
A Day in the Park
The community is invited to a
fun-filled Day in the Park Satur-
day. April I, from 9 a.m to 3 p.nm.
at the Gotha Community Park.
There will be unique crafts suit-
able for Mlother's Day presents.
accessones and other gift items for
sale. In addition, attendees can reg-
isteC to win door prizes.
The park ii located on Park
Ridge Gotha Road. near Thomne-
brooke Elementary School.


Winter Garden, ne

Gerry Clark wrote in a memo that h<
treated in a hostile and threatening
manner by two elected officials.


By Michael Laval

For the second time in the past nine months, Winter Garuvin i.
lost its city attorney amid a flurry of controversy and finger point-
ing.
Gerry Clark, who sat through his first City Commission meet-
ing just last week, left City Hall Friday morning, seemingly for good.
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fronted in my office in a highly hostile and threatening manner
by one of the City Commissioners of Winter Garden," Clark wrote.
"Earlier in the week, the attorney for one of the Winter Garden City
Commissioners announced on an Orlando radio program state-
ments to the effect that I was either too stupid to know what the
law is, or that I was 'on the take.' "
Clark also cited problems in dealing with a second elected of-
ficial, who was also not named in the memo.
"An additional City Commissioner has been overtly hostile to
me, far beyond what is normal criticism or disagreement con-
ceming ideas or legal opinion," Clark added.

(See Attorney, 16A)

Remembering fallen
classmates
West Orange High School
parents, teachers, students
and administration gathered
Last Thursday at Manheim
[. 7 1 i', -^-' Florida Auto Auction to par-
S'- ticipate in Driving Skills for
*"' ... Life, a program designed to
teach teens how to improve
their skills in hazard recogni-
'. '. ; tion, vehicle handling, space
.- management and speed man-
...... -. agement. The billboard (at left)
-.:l unveiled last Thursday shows
S the names and faces of 4 of,
the 5 WOHS students who
,;: '. died in automobile crashes
Iv- within the past 6 months.
Holding hands in prayer are
q V (I-r): Caitlin Gilson, Kimberly
:4 Scheuerman, Eric Carr and
Beverly Carr. The teens de-
picted on the billboard are (I-
r): Brett Dashnaw, Erica Carr,
SNick Derepentigny and
Adryan Shilling. Students from
Dr. Phillips, Olympia and
Ocoee high schools also par-
ticipated in the program last
Thursday and Friday. For sto-
ry and photos, see 1B.

Photo by Michael Laval


Centenarian hardly acts her age


Sweetie McMillian
dances at her 100th
birthday celebration.

By Amy Quesinberry

Marie "Sweetie" McMillian-
Arnold's birth certificate may say
she's 100. but little else about her does.
i She h% es alone, has a cane to keep
her steady but doesn't really need it.
sings hymns from memory and can
strike a quick pose on cue for a pho-
to.
Sweetie was honored at a birthday\
party March 18 at the Maxey Com-
munity Center, and the room was full
of family members, fellow churchgo-
ers and friends helping her celebrate
The Winter Garden centenarian -
who was also referred to as Mama
Sweetie and Little Mama that after -
Snoon-- stood, cane in hand, and did
a quick dance for the guests. The broad
smile on her face was proof that she
was enjoying every minute of the at-
tentidon.
She alsoshared plans of a 101st.
SbirthdaN celebration next year at the
same location.
Sweetie was born in Newton, Ga.,
in 1906 and moved to Florida when


Ocoee discusses
By Mary Anne Sivickerath

The city of Ocoee is in the process
'of taking over the solid % aste collec-
tion from pri\ ate haulers, and just
% hat rules the city will put into prac-
tice was under discussion at last
week's City Commission meeting.
Public Works Director Bob Zaitooni
presented proposed plans for residents,
including two garbage pickups, one
recycling pickup and one \ ard waste
pickup a week, as has been the cus-


West Orange Relay is Friday


By Amy Quesinberry


Sweetie McMillian-Arnold (back center) of Winter Garden celebrated her
100th birthday with her 3 surviving children: Norris Thompson, Isabel-
la Colquitt (front) and Mary F. Williams.
she was 12. She has called Winter For more than 50 years, Sweetie
Garden her home for 88 years and has worked in the citrus industry, picking
a continuous work history that ended
with her retirement at age 95. (See Sweetie, 16A)


proposed garbage collection rules
tom. changes to the yard waste services
He also presented such proposals would include the collection of up to
as scheduling six collection holidays 10 bags of grass, leaves and clippings
per year. including Christmas, New. and four cubic yards of tree and shrub
Year's Da.l Memorial Day. the Fourth trimmings; This is double the amount
of July, Thanksgiving and Labor Day, that is currently pickedup.
as well as unlimited garbage pickup af- Also proposed is a residential bulk
ter holidays. service once a month instead of the
Also proposed is an at-the-door ser- twice-yearly pickup that has been the
vice for physically challenged resi- rule. Bulk items include appliances,
dents and charging new customers for furniture, carpeting and padding,
their garbage carts.
Zaitooni also reported that proposed (See Ocoee, 16A)


Windermere hires Clermont firm for


-- B&HConsultants of
Clermont will assist
Windermere in applying
its PUD ordinance and
implementing impact fees.

By Kathy Aber

\Windermere's Town Council adopt-
ed a PUD ordinance two years ago
that would govern the type of devel-


opment allowed in its downtown n busi-
ness district, but the to wn does not
have sufficient trained staffto interpret
it.
With the submission of a concep-
tual plan by developer Kevin Azzouz
in February for his property in down-
town Windermere. the council decid-
ed it needed outside help to review his
plans. His company, Kosta Holdings,
o\ ns the current site of Windermere
Union Church, the block behind the
business district on Oakdale Street


planning services
from Fifth to Sixth avenues, the Suzi
Karr Realty property and adjacent
properties where the dentist office and
the old McMurtrey building are lo-
cated.
Azzouz told the council at last
month's meeting that his plans con-
form to the ordinance and its archi-
tectural standards. His plans are pre-
liminary at this stage, but the project
proposal includes five buildings for

(See Windermere, 16A)


Once upon a time, there was a
fund-raising event that brought
folks together from all parts of the
land. It lasted 18 hours and prompt-
ed both tears and laughter. It gave
people a chance to honor their fam-
ily and friends who had won the
battle with cancer and the oppor-
tunity to remember those who did
not.
This year's theme for the West
Orange Relay For Life is "Once
Upon a Time." The annual fund-
raiser for the American Cancer So-
ciety is this Friday, March 31.
Sixty-four teams have been plan-
ning their campsites and are in-
corporating the theme with cos-
tumes, decorations and trinkets
they plan to sell. There should be
quite an air of myths, legends and
fairy tales that night.
The American Cancer Society
fund-raiser is staged all around the
country, including 31 events in


Central Florida (with 18 of those
in Orange County and two in West
Orange County).
The annual Relay at West Or-
ange High was started seven years
ago. The other local Relay is next
weekend at Dr. Phillips High.
The -overnight event raises
awareness and money for cancer
research and combines touching
survivor stories and a sunset lumi-
naria ceremony with loud music,
fun games and wacky contests.
Bill Harrison, a Winter Garden
resident and a three-time cancer
survivor, has paid for the medal-
lions that are given to survivors at
the opening ceremony.
Festivities officially begin at 6
p.m. when survivors are individu-
ally recognized and given their
medallion. Prior to this time, singer
Jacqueline Jones will perform start-
ing at 5 p.m. The Floridians will
sing around 7:45, when survivors

(See Relay, 16A)


Windermere Rotary festival and

boat show set for this weekend


By Kathy Aber

The Windermere Rotary Club's
annual Festival Among the Lakes
promises fun for the whole fami-
ly. The two-day event will take
place at Orlando Utilities' Camp
Down park on Main Street in Win-
dermere this Saturday and Sun-
day, April 1-2, from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. both days. *
. The event has grown in scope
over the years and now features
an extensive boat show presented
by a variety of local dealers, in-
cluding Boat Tree, Southeast Cor-
rect Craft, Tracker Marine and
Parker Boat. In addition, there will
be world-class wakeboard com-
petition on Lake Down, live mu-
sic and entertainment both days,
food concessions, a charity art col-
lection exhibition by Cutting Edge
Communications, a Mercedes-
Benz display, craft booths, a chil-
dren's fair with game booths and
prizes sponsored by Windermere
Elementary School, educational


exhibits and a tree giveaway or-
ganized by the Windermere Tree
Board. Cash prizes of $300, $200
and $100 will be awarded for first,
second and third place, respec-
tively, in the arts and crafts com-
petition this year.
The entertainment lineup on Sat-
urday will feature The Midlife Cri-
sis with sounds of the 1960s, the
acoustic trio Central Services and
The Emerald Trio. Tropical Jazz
(Will Jones and son), Brutha Niel
and The Real Deal and Ashley
Locheed and Bobby Mercer will
appear on Sunday.
Rotarians are selling raffle tick-
ets at the Publix on Maguire Road
and at the Four Corers for a draw-
ing for a 19-foot Regal Bowrider
donated by Boat Tree and valued
at $32,000. The winning ticket will
be drawn at 5 p.m. on Sunday.
Tickets are $10 each and will also
be available at the festival. The
winner's name will be available

(See Rotary, 16A)


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year. Winter Garden had been searching for a full-time city attor-
ney since the firing last June of former City Attorney Lionel Ru-
bio of the Winderweedle law firm.
Commissioner Rod Reynolds made a motion, which was sec-
onded by Commissioner Carol Nichols, at the June 23 meeting to
dismiss Rubio and temporarily replace him with attorney Fred
O'Neal. The commission settled later that evening on retaining
another lawyer from the Winderweedle firm until a new, full-time
city attorney could be selected.
In a memo issued last Friday titled "constructive termination of
my employment by the city of Winter Garden," Clark described
how his relationship with the city came to an abrupt end.
"Late in the afternoon of Thursday, March 23, 2006, I was con-


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-2A The West Orange Times Thursday, March 30, 2006


Obituaries


ROY E. BEATTY SR., 81, Orlando,
died Sunday, March 26. He was born
in 1924 in
Fordsville, Ky.
He was an
aviation sales-
person/pilot,
an avid golfer '
and a member ., ,
of Quiet Bird :- .
men. He was "
a Roman ,
Catholic. He
was preceded B
.in death by his '
wife, Sophie J.
Survivors: children, Roy E. Jr. (arid
Susan), Gayle (and Vic) Treutel, all of
Winter Garden, Lynn (and Jerry) Mey-
ers, Orlando, T.J. (and Deb), Daven-
port, Marilee Beatty-Hale (and David),
Tom (and Christie), all of Stephens,
Ga.; 13 grandchildren; 5 great-grand-
children. Memorial donations can be
made to Florida Hospital Cancer In-
stitute, Breast Cancer Clinical Trials
SResearch, 25601 N. Orange Ave.,
Suite 883, Orlando 32804. Funeral
Mass will be held this Thursday, March
30, at 2 p.m. with visitation from 1-2
at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church,
861 Maitland Ave., Altamonte Springs.
Visitation for friends was set for this
Wednesday, March 29, from 5:30-7
p.m. with a 7 p.m. wake service at
Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Win-
ter Garden, 428 E:.Plant St.
JUDITH A. CELAA died Friday, March
2'4. She was born in Miami and grew
up in Green Cove Springs. She moved
to Orlando in 1970. She worked at the
MetroWest Country Club and loved
gardening. Survivors: children, Virginia
L. Hale, Winter Garden, Michele
Rawles, Oakland, Lisa Olivardia, Or-
lando, Richard Rosenbush, Winter
Garden, Monica Jones, Washington,
D.C.: sister, Kathy Avera, Jacksonville;
5 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild.
Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Win-
ter Garden.
RENUKA CHOPRA, 49, Ocoee, died
March 19. She was born in India in
1956. Survivors: husband, Ravinder;
sons, daughters and grandson, Rohit,
Rajit, Amit, Archana, Kavitha, Kinnari
and Arsh. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home, Lake Ivanhoe Chapel, Orlando
BOBBY GLENN FARMER, 66, Or-
lando, died March 16. He was born in


Oxford, Miss., in 1939. Survivors: son,
Glenn E.; daughters, Clara Sue Davis,
Lila, Oleeta Christian. Marvin C. Zan-
*ders Funeral Home, Apopka; Orlando
Memorial Gardens, Apopka.
JOSE FERNANDEZ, 72, Ocoee, died
March 21. He was a sales manager in
the textbook business. Survivor: wife,
Marta Garcia Fernandez. Central Flori-
da Direct Cremation Service, Orlan-
do.
PAUL WAYNE FOSTER, 74, Winter
Garden, died Wednesday, March 15,
after a long ill-
ness. He was
born in -+.5
Huntsville, -
Ala., in 1931.
He graduated .,
from college in i -.* -
Florence, Ala., 1..
with majors in .
political sci-
ence and his-
tory. Prior to
retirement, he
was a resident
of Ocoee and a teacher at Lakeview
High, Junior High and Middle schools
for more than 30 years. He served dur-
ing the Korean War as a Naval radar
man aboard the cruiser USS
Rochester. He was a former Ocoee
city commissioner for three terms. He
was instrumental in the success of the
Clarke Road project and in, securing
Lynx bus service for the Ocoee area.
When he retired from teaching, he had
his own air-condilioning repair service
and worked for a local funeral home.
He loved flying, traveling, boating,
camping, growing a garden for deer
and the simplicity of living in recent
years in the North Georgia mountains.
Survivors: wife of 50 years,
Genevieve; son, Joseph E. (and Sher-
ry); daughters, Vicki L. (and Jim) Nel-
son, Brenda G. (and Mark) Brownold:
grandsons, Slephen A. Nelson, Adam
L. Nelson, Gabriel P. Foster, Christo-
pher R. Brownold, Evan D. Foster. He
requested that his epitaph be: "Grieve
not for me my friends, for I have feast-
ed at the banquet of the living. I have
had a good life. I have not gone want-
ing." Central Flonda Direct Cremation
Service, Orlando.
IRIE N. GILL, 69, Ocoee. died Thurs-
day, March 23. Orlando Direct Cre-.
mation Service.


NICK JONES, 25, Ocoee, died Sun-
day, March 26. Woodlawn Funeral
SHome, Gotha.

ACCA V. LOFLIN, 93, Winter Garden,
died Sunday, March 26. A Communi-
ty Funeral Home & Sunset Crema-
tions, Downtown Chapel, Orlando.
SHIRLEY McKINNEY, 81, Winter
Garden, died March 20. She was
raised in Marianna and attended
Rollins College, Breneau College and
the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music.
She was math and music and was flu-
ent in Spanish. She was a missionary
and member of Calvary Baptist
Church, Winter Garden, where she
also taught Bible study classes. She
was preceded in death by her hus-
band, James W., son, James, and
grandson, Jonathan. Survivors: sons,
Brooke (and Shannon), Kim, Garth,
Mark; daughter, Carol McKinney Over-
ton; grandchildren, Savannah, Alyssa,
Deryck, Daniel, Elizabeth, Rainey,
Stacey, Josh Overton, Todd Overton;
Brothers, Carroll Pratt Finleyson, John
H. Finleyson. Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
,neral Home, Apopka.
THE REV. JAMES WILLIAM
FLETCHER PHILLIPS, 91, Apopka,
died March 21. He was an ordained
minister for more than 40.years with
the Church of God. He was preceded
in death by his wife, Louise, and
daughter, Joan Darleen. Survivors:
daughters, Colleen Bird, Wanda Ham-
lin, Sheila Folsom, June Gunst; 10
grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren;
brother, Irven; sister, Vera Mai. Memo-
rial donations can.be made to Garden
Cathedral Church of God in Winter
Garden or to the Gideons Internation-
al, P.O. Box 863, Apopka 32704. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter
Garden.

ERLENE H. RICKERSON, 79, Ocoee,
died March 21. Collison Carey Hand
Funeral Home, Ocoee.

SHAHNAZ SAFAVI, 77, Windermere,
died Sunday, March 26. Carey Hand
Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Winter
Park.

JORDAN WILLIAMS, 61, Winter Gar-
den, died Friday, March 24. Gail &
Wynn's Mortuary, Orlando.


Enjoy the weather at Winter Garden's parks
Winter Garden has many city parks Avenue. It has a fenced-in pool IHarold covered picrnc area with a gnll and sev-
available to residents. Bouler Pooll and playground ith pic- eral other covered picnic tables and short
Newton Park, on Garden Aenue nic shelter and basketball courts. Lights board alk Park hours are 8 a.m. to sun-
behind Tanner Hall The park has sev- go off at 10 p.m. There aire no rest dow n. Rest rooms are open %when the
eral picnic tables, a covered picnic area. rooms, park is open.
gnU. fenced-in pla\ ground, large grassy Chapin Station. off the West Orange Maple Street Park, at the comer of
area. Ev o small bridges and a pier o er Trail in northeast Winter Garden. It has Maple and Charles streets. The parkhas
Lake Apopka. Farnsworth Pool is lo- a basketball court. two lighted tennis three lighted basketball courts, tmwo
cated nearby and is open for public courts. a picnic pavilion, a playground three-wall racquetball courts, a tennis-
swimming from Memorial Da. to ear- and rest rooms. It also has the Bloom backboard, a skateboard area w ith three
y vAugust. The park is alas open. and 'N' Grow Garden Societ's Path of Life. ramps and grind rails, a small play-
rest rooms are open during the day and a garden \s ith benches and a path of pet- ground and open field for pla3 ing. Park
on weekends until dusk,. sonalized bricks. The Orange County lights go off at 10 p.m. Rest rooms are-
SVeterans Memorial Park, 420 S. Parks and Recreation office is open not available.
Park Ave. The park has two softball Monday through Friday from 9 a.m., to Tenth Street Pocket Park, at the cor-
fields, four fenced-in tennis courts light- 5 p.m and Saturday) from 10a.m. to 2 ner of 10th and Center streets. This park
ed), a playground. two full-court bas- p.m. has a shelter and picnic area.
ketball courts lighted). sand volleyball Winter Garden Trailhead Station. Centennial Plaza, at the intersection
court and three picnic areas with grills. Plant Street just east of Dillard Street. of Boyd and Plant streets. The center-
Across the street is Sam Williams Lit- There is a playground pavilion for free piece is a water fountain with bench
tie League Complex, with three Little use or for rental, rest rooms that are open swings and the city gazebo The plaza is
League fields, and Walker Field, used for during daylight hours se en days a located in the center of histonc downtown
Pop Warner youth football games. The week, an outside water fountain and two Winter Garden and is within walking
park is open daily until 10 p.m. Rest outside soda machines that take coins distance of restaurants and shops.
rooms are available until the park clos- only. For details, call the Winter Garden
es. Bradford Memonal Park, at the west Recreation Department at 407-656-
Marine Zanders Park. East Klondike end of Division Street. It has one large 4155.

Church now making
Easter eggs for sale.
The members of the Ocoee Church
of God of Prophecy are once again
busy making their famous chocolate-
and-peanut-butter-Easter eggs. The
eggs are available at $3, and also fori
sale are bunn3 lollipops at $1 each.
'Last year, the church raised more
than $4,000 for missions with this
annual project.
To place an order, call 407-656-
4838.


Enjoying the festivities together
Hank Taynor and Hazel Oulette were among the residents of Health Cen-
tral Park who enjoyed a holiday party hosted by the Bloom 'N Grow
Garden Society. Connie King, a pianist, played many favorite songs
and encouraged the group to sing along. The floral arrangements on
each table were provided by Westside Tech.


Local police and fire reports


OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 72 calls for assistance
during the period of March 9-15:
Fire-1
EMS-47
Vehicle accidents-2
Hazardous materials-2
Public service-16
False alarms-4
City calls-68
County calls-3
Winter Garden-0
Windermere calls-1.

OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 82 calls for assistance
during the period of March 16-22:
Fire-1
EMS-57
Vehicle accidents-8
Hazardous materials-0
Public service-14
False alarms-2
City calls-75
County calls-3
Winter Garden-0
Windermere calls-4.

Ocoee police report
The Ocoee Police Department
reported 610 calls forservice March
17-23.
Arrests-27 adult males, 18 adult
females, 5 juvenile males, 2 juve1
nile females.


Rollins Chamber
Singers to perform
concert at Shrine
The Rollins Chamber
Singers under the direction of
Dr. John Sinclair %\ ill perform
at NMar., Queen of the Uni-
verse Shrine on Thursday,
April 20. This 60-member en-
semble performs a wide s an-
eiy of sacred and classical
pieces, both familiar and less-
er know n, including their spe-
cialt poetry te\ts set to
music. These singers have per-
formed extensively on tours
of the East Coast and the
South
The. Shrine is located at
S8300 Vineland Roa'd,' rlan-
do. near Lake Buena Visrta
Tickets are available at the
Shrine Gift Shop and are $10
for adults; children under 12
are free. For directions, call
the Music Department at 407-
239-6600. Ext. 38, or e-mail
shrinemusic@ netpass.com.


Local quilt club invites
new members
Area residents are invited to join
Land of Cotton Quilters for sweeklN
meetings on the first and third Tues-
day of each month from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Participants are asked to bring
whatever quilting projects they are
working on: irons. cutung boards and
machine space will be provided. The
club is for new and experienced quil-
ters. .
For meeting location and more in-
formation. e-mail Kim Lippy at _Kim-
Lippy i' aol.com_ or go to www-'.geoc-
ities.conv/landofctton2002'.


Chronic illness
support group meets
on the 4th Monday
Area residents are invited to a free
support group for people with chron-
ic illnesses, including liver diseases
and hepatitis C, at St. Luke's United
Methodist Church. The group meets
the fourth Monday of each month
from 7-9 p.m. For more information.
call the church office at 407-876-4991
or Katie at 407-351-5582. The church
is located at 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando.


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False alarms-23
Assault/battery-10
Burglary, residential & busi-
ness-2 *
Burglary, vehicle-4
Child abuse-16
Criminal mischief-9
Drug violations-4
DUI-1
Thefts-9
Vehicle accidents-31
Vehicle thefts-8
Alarms, total-43
Death/suicide/traffic homicide-
1
Disturbances-156
Missing/runaway adults-3
Missing/runaway juvenile-4.

Windermere police
report for February
The Windermere Police Depart-
ment reported 937 calls for service
from Feb. 1 through 28 as well as:
Incident reports 17
Traffic Stops 323
Citations 207
Courtesy Notices 119
Business checks 40 per night
Alarms 15
Assistance to public 269
Accidents 1
SArrests 12
Field interrogation reports 2
The 12 arrests resulted in 21
charges, including, the following:
DUI, possession of drug parapher-


nalia, possession of cannabis, driv-
ing with license suspended, war-
rant, no valid driver's license, car-
rying a concealed weapon, viola-
tion of non-resident request for
driver's license, driving while li-
cense revoked, fleeing or attempt-
ing to elude law enforcement offi-
cers, disorderly intoxication and in-
terfering with law enforcement of-
ficer.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 56 calls for as-
sistance during the period of March
12-18:
Fires-4
Emergency medical calls-31
Auto accidents-11
Automatic fire'alarms-2
Hazardous conditions-3
Miscellaneous-5.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 50 calls for as-
sistance during the period of March
19-25:
Fires-2
Emergency medical calls--40
Auto accidents-3
Hazardous conditions-1
Miscellaneous-4.


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Randy Harris (right) is donating one of his kidneys to his nephew, Tim-
othy Mercer of Winter Garden, who he only, recently met.


Teen getting u
A benefit this
Saturday in Winter
Garden will help both
with expenses.

By Amiy Quesinberry

Timoth. Mercer's family has suf-:
fered right along w ith him for nearly
16 \ ears. The Winter Garden teen was
born v, ith underdeveloped lungs and
one kidney that was damaged and,
said grandmother Ann Seffens, "The
doctors told us he wouldn't live
through the night.
"He has beaten all the odds," said
Seffens, who has custody of the boy.
Timothy will have a chance at abet-
ter life Apnl 6 w hen he goes to Tam-
pa General for a kidney transplant -
one donated by an uncle \s ho just re-
cently learned he had a nephew%.
Randy Harris of Greensboro, N.C.,
made a call to Winter Garden a few\
months ago, looking for his brother,
who is Timothy's father; Harris came


ncle's kidney
to Winter Garden, looked up his-
nephew and %v within 30 minutes, Seffens,
said, Uncle Randy was discussing be-,
ing a donor.
The pair were a 94.9 percent match;,
Seffens said Harris was in an acci--
deit some time ago and ended up or
life support. Once removed from life-
support, he fought to-live.
"He said he knew God had given
him this chance," Seffens said. "He's:,
our hero."
Lori Mick and Paul Cummings,
friends of Timothy's mother, Wanda
Mickler, are coordinating a benefit
this Saturday, April 1, starting at 4'
p.m. at Tony's Liquors in downtown
Winter Garden. A variety of restau-
rants and friends are putting together
an all-you-can-eat dinner (for $7), and:
there willbe raffles and karaoke. .
Timothy, who takes virtual-school`
courses online because of his health,'
can expect to be in the hospital 10-14
days. Harris will be out of work re-
cuperating for three months.


THANK YOU WINTER GARDEN
YOUR VOTE INTHE MARCH MUNICIPAL ELECTION WAS GREATLY
APPRECIATED. IT IS ENCOURAGING TO KNOW THAT THE CITIZENS
OF OUR CITY ARE SO ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN OUR GOVERNMENT
AND AWARE OF THE NEED FOR CHANGE.
LET ME NOW ENCOURAGE YOU TO CONTINUE TO MAKE YOUR
VOICE HEARD BY VOTING FOR ROD REYNOLDS IN THE UPCOMING
RUN-OFF ELECTION ON APRIL llth.
SROD RECEIVES lMY FtiLL ENDORSEMENT.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

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FORMER CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR CITY OF WINTER GARDEN


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Thursday, March 30, 2006 The West Orange Times 3A


Planning for Winter Garden's future


When it comes to quality of life,
many Winter Garden residents will
argue that their city has the best in
Central Florida if not the entire
state with a quaint downtown,
walker-friendly neighborhoods, good
schools, reasonable traffic and easy
access to many of the area's attrac-
tions.
SOne local city employee, however,
believes that in making Winter Gar-
den a great place to live, work and
play, there is always room for im-
provement.
S"A great community can't be com-
plete without a quality park and recre-
ation system," said Jay Conn, Winter
Garden recreation director. "People
want safe and attractive places to take
their families, where they can make
good use of their leisure time. De-
velopers recognize this and are in-
corporating parks, recreation facilities
and common areas right into their de-
sign because that is what people are
demanding."
Winter Garden residents now have
an opportunity to have their say as to
what their current.and future tax dol-
lars are spent on when it comes to
parks and recreation facilities. Pub-
lic meetings are being held on April
3 at the Maxey Community Center
and April 5 at Tanner Hall to get in-
put as to what athletic fields, nature
trails, recreation centers, aquatic com-
plexes, museums, events. environ-
mental education facilities and bike
trails should be developed in Winter
Garden.
S Boih meetings w ill be held at 6:30
p.m. and \ ill have free refreshments
for all in attendance. These public
meetings are part of a larger overall
process that has been undertaken to
assure that all Winter Garden resi-
Sdents have a quatlm park and recre-
ation system now and for future gei-
erations.
SWhen he became recreation direc-
tor a little more than a year ago, it
'ias obvious to Conn that many of
the parks were in need of a facelift'
and that new parks needed to be de-
veloped in the southern half of the
city It %as determined that the best
way to move forward w as to devel-
op a master plan that prioritized and
helped to design these projects.
Last fall the City Commission ap-
proted a comprehensive park and
fecreanon master plan that %w would uti-
lize an outside consultant to help
guide the city in park design and de-
'elopment HH1 Inc. from Orlando
was obtained to assist the city.
After completing an analysis of ex-
isting parks and facilities. collecting
data from a random sampling survey
of residents and inter\ iew ing key
West Orange parkland recreation ser-
\ice providers, HHI fished a pre-
liminary report of its findings. These
findings will be presented at the pub-
lic meetings.
Conn. a Winter garden resident
himself, commented on the impor-
tance of how this plan is de eloped:
":It \will guide Winter Garden in its
decision-making through the next
critical 20 years as we reach our


Carolyn Sawyer named
W.O.P.A. chairperson
The West Orange Political Alliance
(IW.O.P A. I announced recent tthat Car-
olyn Sawter of Saw. er & Sawy'er. P.
A.. is the incoming chairman
She has served on the W.O.P.A. board
for six Nears and has been active in man\
community organizations. including the
Dr. Phillips Rotarn Club and the \Vest Or-
ange Chamber of Commerce. She is
board certified in the practice of elder
la\w.
"Carolyn is strong woman comrmt-
ted to our community. and her detailed
approach and her calming effect will be
invaluable in leading the task force for-
ward in ad locating for the quality of life
in our area." said Stephen Precourt, for-
mer W.O P.A chairman.
; In addition to her sen ice oh the board,
Sawyer has served on the Health Central
Foundation Board and the hospital's
board of trustees and on the Florida Bar
Elder Law Executive Council. Sawyer
is a Dr. Phillips resident and is married
to Dr. Tom Sawyer.
Also serving on the board with
Sawyer is Precourt, Kurt Ardaman, Kay
Behrens. Ted DeWitt. Michael Hanley,.
Scott Justice. Jim Karr. John
McReynolds. Dan O'Keefe. Bob
Pereira. Dan Petro. David Svlvester. Jim
Thomas and ex-officio members Stina
D'Uva and Russ Salerno


Valerie Powell, Mary Mazza, Jay Conn and Greg Fallon of the Winter
Garden Recreation Department look over the master plan for recre-,
ational facilities and programs in the city.


build-out population. So much of
what our town will turn out to be for
the next several generations of Win-
ter Garden residents is being written
today in our planning and develop-
ing. We need to assure that we have
the recreation sites in place that we all
need and desire."
There are many benefits that Conn
directly relates to a quality park and
recreation system and a high quality
of life in a community. ,
Conn said: "Studies aie being pro-
duced at dizzying rates that confirm
the fact that regular use of parks and
in'olhement in active leisure acti\ i-
ties can ward off heart disease. dia-
betes. obesity and many other health
ailments. There are also many not-
so-obvious benefits, such as stress-
ieduction. increased self esteem, de-
creased nsk that youth t ill engage
in risk\ behaviors and improved re-
lationships between family' and
friends"
Conn hopes improving the inven-
tor3 of the city's existing recreation
programs and parks will encourage
more residents to become active and
interact n ith others instead of sitting
in front of their TV sets or playing
video games.
Conn said: "Type II diabetes in.
children \ as almost non-e\istent.15
years ago. and it is much more com-
mon today. This is directly at-
tributable to a sedentarN lifestyle."
Communities can also derite q
tremendous economic benefit from
focusing on improt ing quality-of-life
issues Author Richard Florida's best
seller. The Rise cof tie Creative Class.
argues that communities must invest
in arts. culture and leisure amenities
to atnact the high-tech companies
that provide a beneficial economic
base in our new non-industrialized
economy. Conn reiterates that Win-
ter Garden is headed in the right di-
rection.
He said: "Our city manager. like
[Bollhoefer] is really focusing on the
long-term success and interests of
our city. He and our commissioners
understand the importance of main-
taining and improve ing our high-qual-


ity life."
Some of the early findings of the
master plan show that more than 81
percent of Winter Garden households
have a need for recreational trails.
Forty percent of residents do not
know what recreation programs aid
sites are offered. Fifty-three percent
of respondent households have a need
for fitness and wellness programs..
Also, 60 percent of households have
a need for community special events.
* Other potential projects the Recre-
ation Depaiinient is considering in-
clude developing in indooi full-
amTenit recreation center, acquisi-
tion of new paik iacieage. changes to
existing aquatic facilities, tail en-
hancements to connect all areas of
town with the West Orange Trdil. the
development of a senior citizen cen-
ter, developing an outdoor am-
phitheater, new athletic fields for
youth and adults, the addition of new
regional special events and pro id-
ing new resource-based recreation
opportunities.
For more information on the up-
coming meetings or how to participate
in the Winter Garden Park and Recre-
ation Master Plan, call the Recreation
Department at 407-656-4155.
SAll ages of youth and adults are
encouraged to attend these meetings.
The Maxey Cormnunity Cehter is lo-
cated at 830 Klondike St and Tan-
ner Hall is at 29 W. Garden Ave.
SConn'used today's fast-paced so-
ciety to summarize the importance
of recreation- "'Despite our cell
phones, computers, e-mail. Black-
berries and everything else that is:
supposed to make our life easier. we
are actually becoming mote time-
crunched. put when 3 ou tuin 80. I
guarantee you're hot going to re-
member a deadline you missed, one
of the countless presentations you
made or many of your work respon-
sibilities you had when you were
younger. You wiill remember your
child's first hit at a T-ball game. the
big fish you finally landed at \our fa-
Sorite fishing hole or the endless sum-
mers you spent as a kid with your
friends at the city swimming pool."


W.O. Chamber passes local option
rental car surcharge resolution


At the March board of direc-
tors meeting of the West Orange
Chamber of Commerce, the
board passed a resolution in sup-
port of legislation currency und&r
consideration by the state House
and Senate.
This legislation would allow
the voters in each Florida coun-
t% at election time to decide
whether or not to add an addi-
tional $2 rental car surcharge.
This $2 surcharge would be used
in the local area for transporta-
tion issues.
"The Chamber understands the


need for many funding options
to support improt ing our roads.
This legislation %w would allou Or-
ange County voters to decide.if
this would be a logical method
to add to funding." said Pam
Gould. Chamber chairman.
This resolution, as well as an
entire legislature position paper
developed by the governmental
affairs committee and adopted by'
the board, \v ill be brought to Tal-
lahassee on the annual trip in
March. The other issues range
from economic development to
higher education funding.


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Planning a spring festival
Members of Bloom 'N' Grow Garden Society recently prepared floral bouquets to give to the Winter Gar-
den merchants along Plant Street, the site of the April 8 Spring Fever in the Garden. Preparing the bouquets
at Kraft Kreations are, l-r, Dixie Lyons, Eva Meridith, Elaine Jimmerson, Jeanne Corrigan, Ann Wincey,
Marilyn Kelyman and Mary Ann Collings. Each merchant was presented a bouquet and a poster about the
upcoming event.,


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Ann Wincey and Patti Smith greet Todd Nichols, president of the Winter Garden Downtown Merchants As-
sociation, and board member Alex Ramos, and present them with their bouquets.


Health Central's
Health Central's Mlultculural Week
Stas a big success and ended %% ith a Tal-
ent Show case. The teenage volunteers
worked hard on preparations for the
evening. The entire fashion show', which
consisted of two sessions, w as orga-
nized and performed by 12 past, pre-
sent and. hopefully. future volunteers
Previous \ volunteer Amanda Persaud
assisted Elizabeth Robinson, director
of Critcal Care. v\ ith the introducuons
of each performer. while volunteer
Reshma Balmick was the master ofcer-


Multicultural Week is.big success
emounes for the fashion show. Volunteer ter of the super, isor of En. ironmental
Stacy Dukhi performed a medley of Services. danced to an Indian song.
songs. David Cherilus danced to a reg- Environmental Services and J & B
gaeton song and Tiffany Ramjus pro- Grocery in Winter Garden brought in
moted her new dance school. Jhankar. .WestIndian dishes made fr6m scratch.
w ith a performance. Former employee Narabel performed
The evening also included singing, a salsa dance with her partner, Elliot.
dancing and learning about the The Olympia High Step Team ended
Guyanese heritage %w ith a presentation *the show. along % ith Nlanssa Carrio's
by a local Hindu, Pandit Jeet. from the son, \who performed freest le dancing.
In do-Caribbean Cultural Center, and A big thank-you goes to everyone
his wife, Gina Gopie, of the Nirvana who worked to make the week so suc-
Dance Studio. Al.ssa Jodharamn-daugh- cessful.


Health Central Foundation takes on Hollywood
Health Cenual Foundation is host- Medicine and an author, speaker and Hope and Healing is this Thursday,
ing an early e\ ending of fun and infor- entertainer. Through the use of humor. March 30, at 4:30 p.m. at the Winder-
mation with speaker Dr. Neil Shul- he demystifies the practice of medicine mere Country Club. Reservations are
man. also know n as "Doc Holli \w ood" and makes it accessible to ever one. required.
for his role in the production of the hit Shulman has been instIumnental in For more information, call 407-296-
mo\ ie starring Michael J. Fox. creating charitable organizations in- 1837..
The extent marks the kickoff of the volted in increasing understanding be-
Foundation's new\ Society of Hope and teen children in different cultures,
Healing, a group of indi iduals shap- enriching the lives of the elderly nus--
ing the quality of life in the community ing home residents and helping to pro-
through financial git ing. ide needed heart surgery for children
Shulman is an associate professor who could not otherwise obtain it.
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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, March 30, 2006


Opinion


In our opinion

Editorials


Rod Reynolds is not what Winter Garden needs


Less than a year ago, Gov. Bush did the dis-
service to Winter Garden 6f appointing Rod
Reynolds to the City Commission seat vacated
by the recall of Bill Thompson. In an apparent
attempt to avoid controversy, the governor's of-
fice recommended the appointment of a resident
who had done virtually nothing to demonstrate
leadership in the community.
Now, with his ego fed by his "political consul-
tant" and enjoying the newfound power he wields,
Reynolds is ready to parlay his 10 months of gov-
ernment experience into the job of mayor. The
problem is, that in the 10 months he has been
"serving," he has repeatedly sent up "'red flags"
that he's not the man for the job.
SSoon after being seated on the commission.
Reynolds sought approval for laptop computers,
cell phones and health insurance for the com-
missioners. He led the ousting of the city attorney
last June and even suggested replacing him with
Fred O'Neal, an attorney who admittedly had
"sued just about every city during the past 15
years.
.Reynolds voted favorably to approve the mil-
lage rate last fall along with the rest of the.com-
S mission but boasts that'hl voted against a tax in-
crease. And late last year he supported a $10,000
Annual slush fund for each commissioner to pro-
mote meetings then immediately staged a well-
choreographed meeting that was publicized with
a full-color superfluous flier that appeared aimed
more at promoting Reynolds than the meeting.
After sending out the card, \which his photo ap-
peared on twice he coincidently jumped
into the mayor's race the following month.
In another attempt to grandstand and further


theagenda of his "political consultant," Reynolds
carried the flag for a referendum to denounce
light-rail. The commission rightly rejected the
unnecessary referendum, but we can only won-
der how many flags Reynolds will be willing to
carry for his disingenuous friend.
As a mayoral candidate, Reynolds even abused.
his appointment letter in his campaign promo-
tions by inferring that he had been endorsed by the
governor. It was so flagrant that he received a
cease-and-desist letter from the governor's of-
fice.
In his latest abuse of authority, Reynolds was
the commissioner that the new Winter Garden
city attorney, Gerry Clark, was referring.to in his
"Constructive Termination" memo that said "I.
Swas confronted in my office in a highly hostile and
threatening manner by one of the city commis-
sioners." Reynolds said he wasn't hostile, how-
ever coincidently, the Winter Garden Police De-
partment responded to a complaint two days lat-
er in Wintermere Point that Rod Reynolds and
his volunteers were "being belligerent and not
leaving his [complaintant] residence." When the
police arrived Reynolds and his volunteers agreed
to leave the subdivision.
Now that another attorney has been run off..,
, who will want that job? Will Reynolds be satis-
fied only when his buddy O'Neal becomes the
city attorney? Residents of Winter Garden need
to wake up and smell the rat. If Rod Reynolds
becomes mayor ofWiriter Garden he brings noth-
ing to the job except an ego, a history of no com-
munity leadership and the lackof sense to deflect
the outside influence that is so obviously inhis driv-
er's seat. .


The first of two Relay For Life events takes
place this Friday night at West Orange High
School. The American Cancer Society fund-
raiser is a true community event and unites
thousands of people students, co-workers,
cancer survivors, family members, friends,
volunteers for a common cause: cancer.
Maybe you've never been to a Relay; perhaps
you are a regular participant. No matter your


Editor.

Six months ago I w\as appointed unanimously to the
Ocoee City Commission. I appreciated the graciousness
of the commissioners and the many citizens who sup-
ported my appointment. Since then I hae done my best
to serve the citizens of Ocoee. Now the residents of Dis-
trict 1 have given me the opportunity to serve another year.
and I appreciate their confidence.
My family. neighbors and friends were tireless in help-
ing me to run my campaign, and I thank them. I appre-
, ciate John Grogan, who ran a clean race and congratu-
lated me graciously after the ballots were counted. I trust


attendance record, we encourage you to take
a few hours out of your weekend for an abso-
Slutely moving experience. If you can't make
it this Friday, the Southwest Relay at Dr.
Phillips High School is next Friday.
It's an amazing sight to witness so many
people from all walks of life joining together,
laughing, crying and championing for a great
cause.


he will continue to offer his considerable talents to our
city and will work \\ith him to achieve our common
goals. I appreciate the citizens who took the tnme to study
the issues and vote, regardless of which candidate they
supported. The West Orange Times was thorough in their
coverage, and I appreciate the questions they asked all
the candidates and their thoughtful endorsements. We
face many challenges, and I look forward-to working to-
gether to keep Ocoee the Center of Good Living.

Gary Hood
Ocoee City Commissioner
District I


Editor,
I'm a West Orange Ninth-Grade Center alum. I'm at-
tending school at the University of Wisconsin Stout ma-
joring in vocational rehabilitation and minor in coaching.
Now a senior in college graduating in May, I was just won-
dering how things at West Orange are going and to say
all these years later I still think about and miss my days


By A.K; Morris

Do you remember the Winter Garden Theatre lo-
cated at 160 W. Plant St.? For those of you who are
too young to remember, this theater was one of the first
venues in the Winter Garden area to be integrated.
Although in 1940 much of the South was under the
Jim Crow law which relegated that blacks were sec-
ond-class citizens and would amount to nothing more,
than servants and laborers the theater added a "col-
ored only" balcony of about 100 seats. So though not
trulk integrated ith blacks upstairs and %w whites do\\ n-
stairs, this was a history-making event.
Years later, a theater was built on Klondike Street


S55 years ago
Lanrr Cappleman \won first prize a tricycle in the
first age group. 2-4 years. in the Easter Egg Hunt staged
on Lake Apopka by the Winter Garden Lions Club. Dr.
Otho Watford was chairman of the committee.
The Winter Garden Welfare League is sponsoring the
baseball game at Walker Field betw een the Chattanooga
Lookouts and the Washington Senators.
With the opening of the Florida State Legislature in Tal-
lahassee, Orange County's state senator. J.B. Rodgers
Jr.. finds himself "on top of the world" from the stand-
point of committee assignments.

40 years ago
The Winter Garden Laundromat and The Winter Gar-
den Times are about to receive national publicity. The
Automatic Laundra' and Drvcleanmg Digest. which has
a mailing list of thousands of establishments across the
country, will run the pictures of the antique laundry ma-
chines owned by Bill Cook of the Winter Garden Laun-
dromat that were in a recent Times feature story.

35 years ago
Glenn Joiner's 7th birthday parry had an April Fools'
Day theme. The host met his guests at the door with the
greeting "Goodbye, won't you come again?" A cake
made of spinach was first brought to the table, and the
expressions on the children's faces were priceless.
.Another April I story reported a joint meeting of the
Ocoee and Winter Garden city councils where an agree-
ment was made to merge the two municipalities into one
city.

30 years ago
One of the most exciting archeological discoveries
of this century has turned the eyes of the scientific w orld
in our direction. The lead story of the April 1 note
the date issue of The Winter Garden Times reported
the remarkable find of the remains of a Stone Age per-
son in Gourd Neck Springs believed to be as old as 2
1/2 million years with a skull amazingly similar to the one
found recently in Kenya by Richard Leakey. The
painstaking task of remo\ ing the remains required spe-.
cial tools flown in from the Kenya dig and a power shov-
el that could gently remove a ton of silt at one time.
W.T. '"Tommy" Zeigler Jr., president of Zeigler Fur-
niture Co. in Winter Garden, has been indicted on four


at West Orange. The time I spent at the ninth-grade cen-
ter were truly my best high school days and a cherished
experience to value for a lifetime. I did a lot at the school,
and I just want the school to know that I appreciate all
the gifts it gave me to be a better student, athlete and
person.
Bakari Williams


for the colored, and this building still stands today
as the Maxey Community Center.
Last month, a group of students from the Univer-
sity of Central launched a video project to trace the
'history of the theater. They interested many citizens
who were a part of this changing time in history. They
all gave their own personal account of their memo-
ries of this time, which were, at times, painful to re-
call.
Barbara Roper. a trustee with the Winter Garden Her-
itage Foundation, was instrumental in making this
project a reality. The final results of the project will
be placed in the archives at the Winter Garden His-
tory center for public viewing.


counts of murder by an Orange County grand jur. He
is accused of killing his \ ife. Eunice; her parents. Per-
ry and Virginia Edw yards: and a store customer. Charles
Mays.

15 years ago
Dr. Gibbs Ashley. 67, longtime Winter Garden vet-
erinarian. died March 30, 1991. After selling his practice
to Dr. John Miller in' 1985, he continued working part-
time for Miller until 1989.
The newly built Resurrection Catholic Church in Win-
ter Garden appropriately opened its doors March 30 to
celebrate the Easter Vigil Mass.


35 years ago
It was a 'This is Your Life' surprise as an overflow
crowd gathered at Windermere Town Hall to honor
Eunice Parramore (right), a living landmark in the
community. For the past 30 years, she has been
the focal point in Windermere for information, gro-
ceries, gasoline, penny candy and perennial cheer-
fulness at the store that she has run with her hus-.
band, 'Parry.' She is pictured with Helen Chase,
who was in charge of coordinating the program. The
couple is being sent to Sydney, Australia, where
Mr. Parramore has been elected official delegate
to the Rotary International Convention.


Reader concerned with tax rolls additions


SEditor:

On Nov. 15, the Ocoee City Commission authorized
an increase from $16 per month to $19 per month for
the solid waste charges added to your water bill. This
increase has already started as of your February state-
ment. The new city service is anticipatedto start in late
Marchin some areas. Service will be phased in as new
equipment is made available.
Pending a public hearing and a passage of the reso-
lution by the City Commission, beginning in Novem-
ber the charges for-residential solid waste/yard waste pick-
Sup.and for.stormwater\ ill be included in your Orange
County property tax statement as a lump sum non-ad val-
otem tak. This will bean amount of $228 for solid waste
and approximately $84-$90 for stormwater.
.InNo\'vember, the total tax added to your Orange
County. la statement will be approximately $312-$318.
Your mortgage company most likely will go ahead and


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ative balance. In addition, they will add yet another ap-
proximately $28 to your mortgage payment to build up
escrow for the next year's remittance to the city.
The result is that your monthly mortgage will in-
crease by about $56 per month for one year effec-
tively doubling your refuse and stormwater charges.
Please contact your own mortgage company's tax de-
partment for verification. Those who do not have a
mortgage will be remitting an advance payment of $312-
$318.
If you have questions or comments about this, you
should contact the city manager and your commissioner.
If you remain silent, be prepared for your increase.

Henry Morgan
Ocoee


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Business
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Vance Realty Group

awards its sales leaders


A record 21 sales associates from
the MetroWest-based Vance Realty
Group were honored for outstanding
sales achievement in 2005. The com-
pany posted $214.3 million in closed
sales volume'.
Commercial real estate specialist
and MetroWest resident Krish Pillay
Sled the way with a record $23.9 mil-
Slion in closed sales volume and was one
of four to receive the company's pres-
tigious Diamond Service Award for
eclipsing $10 million in annual sales.
Pillay, who was involved with sev-
eral of the company's major com-
mercial transactions last year, barely
edged last year's winner, The Free-
man Group, for top sales honors.
The Freeman Group, which posted
$22.3 million in 2005 sales, is a four-
member family sales team comprised
of Karan Freeman of Gotha, Lisa My-
ers of Windermere and Gloria and Jer-
ry Seigel of Clermont.
Also presented with Diamond Ser-
vice awards were Sam Nguyen ($14.2
million) and the sales team Van-
Pamelen and Associates ($10.6 mil-
lion), which is headed by MetroWest
President Rob VanPamelen.
'L6cal residents Mike Halimeh
(MetroWest), Barbara Killian (Bay
Hill), Mary Abrams (Windermere),
Michael Mansour (Dr. Phillips) and
SPatti Kincaid (Windermere) all,re-
ceived Platinum Service awards for


Signature GMAC gets
top honors at national
conference
Signature GMAC Real Estate,
which has offices in Dr. Phillips,
Ocoee and Windermere, had a strong
showing recently at the GMAC na-
tional business conference in Las Ve-
gas. For the fourth time in the last five
years, the company's relocation divi-
sion, headed by Marilyn LaRosa,
earned top honors.
Signature also boasted two of the
top five first-year real estate sales pro-
fessionals in the GMAC network with
Paul Tangalan and Wendy Landron,
who combined for more than $10 mil-
lion in sales last year.


KRISH PILLAY


posting between $4.5 million and $10
million in closed sales volume.
Abrams also received Vance Real-
ty's 2005 Rookie of the Year award.
MetroWest residents Sasha Hefler
and Mark Leongomez, Denise Rus-
so of Winter Garden, Deidre Mar-
shall of Windernere and Dr. Phillips
residents Rob Molnar and Nancy
Kieu earned Million Dollar Circle
awards for posting between $1 mil-
lion and $4.5 million.


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Subway grand opening
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce helped celebrate the grand
opening recently of the Subway restaurant located at 2468 S. Maguire
Road in Ocoee. Joining Subway employees during the ribbon cutting
ceremony are (I-r): Chamber ambassadors Marie Williams, Carol Cross
and Joan Bailey, Gayle Pryor of Subway (holding scissors) and am-
bassadors Dorcas Dillard, Chesta Hembrooke and Pat Gleason.


MARILYN LaROSA


Ocoee acupuncturist to
hold free wellness
seminars in April'
Dr. David MacIvor, who practices
acupuncture at his Ocoee office locat-
ed at 1151 N. Blackwood Ave., Suite
110; will host a series of free wellness
seminars April 4-6 at the Windermere
Public Library. Each seminar will take
place from 6-7:30 p.m.
Those who attend the April 4 semi-
nar \will learn from Maclhor how.
acupuncture and traditional Chinese
medicine work. The second da. of the
series will co'er pain management.
while the April 6 seminar \ ill focus on
the benefits of Chinese herbal medicine
Acupuncture and traditional Chinese
medicine. NMaclIor said, can help res-
piratory, neurological, digestive and
musculoskeletal problems. as \well as
poor \ ision, high blood pressure, stress
and ear, nose and mouth pain.
Anyone interested in attending the
seminars should call 407-616-1908 to
reserve a seat. The Windermere Pub-
bc Library is located at 530 S. Main St.
in Windermere.

Dorman earns Double
Centurion Producer
award from Century 21
Cenrur) 21 Professional Group, lo-
cated at 2747 S. Maguire Road in
Ocoee. announced that sales associate
Da% id Dorman has earned the Centu-
ry 21 System's Double Centurion Pro-
ducer award for his sales production.
The Double Centurion Producer
aw ard is presented to associates that
earn $380,000 in sales production or
120 closed transaction sides within a cal-
endar year. Dorman was awarded a
Double Centurion statue and lapel pin
recently at the Centuty 21 International
Convention.
"David Dorman is a consummate
professional who time and time again
exceeds the expectations of his clients
in order to provide an unmatched lev-
el of service and peace of mind during
the real estate transaction," said Janie
Zwiefel. broker and owner ot Century
21 Professional Group. "David is a
leader and innovator in more than just
the real estate community, and Centu-
ry 21 Professional Group is extremely
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Members of the West Orange Chamber of Commerce gathered at Steak and Ale, located at 7320 W. Colo-
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working with other Chamber members and invited guests. Enjoying the event are (1-r): front row, Christine
Frawley of Steak and Ale, Chamber Chairman Pam Gould, Nikki Baril of First Payment Systems, Cham-
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The West Orange Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Development Group. hosted a time manage-
ment seminar last month at Stoneybrook West Golf Club. Participating in the event are (I-r): Chamber Pres-
ident Stina D'Uva, Linda Osterberg of Mortgage Solutions, Courtney Dewitt Jackson of McCoy Financial Ser-
vices, Betsy Montague of Mind Your Business and Chamber representative Linda Begley.


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one that is absolutely perfect. To conduct
an efficient and uccessffil search. try the
tollo% ing approach
First, take time to prepare before you start
your house hunt' Sit do n and create a
check list that include all the essentials ta-
tures \ou will evaluate for each property
you look at Include categories such as
property size and setting, number of bed-
rooms/bathrooms, kitchen amenities, prox-
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neighborhood noise Disunguish between
qualities that are non-negotiable (a good
school district for your children) and those
on which you can be flexible (a prefer-
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When you're ready to explore the area,
don't forget your list! Takes notson each
property, and bring a camera to document
the location and "curb appeal" of each
Some Properties tend to become one neb-
ulous blur after the first few hours of house
hunting, so don't rely on your memory.
When you find a home you love, fill out
your checklist objectively, so you can
make your.decision with confidence.
If you would like to talk further about buy-
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6A The West Orange Times Thursday, March 30, 2006



Winter Garden


Chief shares story with young reading club


The Maxey Community Center's
new reading club welcomed Winter
Garden Police Chief George Brennan
as its guest reader on a recent aftei-
noon. He read My Gigantosaurus Book
of Colors to the largest'group yet 13
community children. At the end of the
reading, the youngest children chimed
in to name all the colors in the book.
Following the.reading session, club
members asked questions relating to
Chief Brennan's career. They found
out that he has been a police officer
for 30 years and has been Winter Gar-
den's police chief for two. They also
learned that pepper spray does hurt


and that being handcuffed is uncom-
fortable.
After discussing television shows
on crime scene investigation, Brennan
offered to schedule a day to bring the
city's crime scene investigation van
to the center.
Readers who participated in the last
session were happy to see a picture
and story in The West Orange Times.
The group listened as two club mem-
bers read the article aloud.
To end the session, the club learned
how to operate a digital camera and
took turns snapping photos of each
other. Club members enjoyed this ac-


tivity so much that organizers have
scheduled a photo exhibit project. They
will take pictures of places and things
that interest them, and once the pic-
tures are developed, the club will hold
an exhibit to display their pictures
along with stories explaining their
choice of photos.
The Maxey Community Center's
reading club has changed the meeting
day to Thursdays at 3 p.m. to accom-
modate more children.
There have been numerous submis-
sions to the "name the reading club"
contest, and a winner will be chosen at
the next reading session.


Honored for service
The Hugh T. Gregory Post 63 American Legion made presentations to 2 widows recently. Commander E.
George Engelhardt IV (left photo) presented Eloise Roberson a Post Everlasting Resolution and a Contin-
uous Years Service Certificate for Clyde E. Roberson's 3 years of active participation in the American Le-
gion. At right, Engelhardt presents Marjorie Fasano and John Browning a resolution and 50 Continuous Years
Service Certificate for Donald Fasano's half-century of active participation in the organization.


Allstate award goes to Mullings
Teens Eggcellent Lictrina Mullings of Winter Gar- alarm battery-replacement program
Eggventure set den was awarded the Agency Hands for Ocoee residents.
in the Community Award for her Since 1957, the Ocoee Fire De-
The -Winter Garden commitment to volunteering in the apartment has protected the lives and
Recreation Department is community. With this award comes property of residents and business
hosRetion n Dpartm'ent is a $500 grant from the Allstate Foun- owners.
hosting an Easter adven- dation for the city of Ocoee Fire De- "Allstate believes that it is very im-
ture for middle school stu- apartment, where Mullings volunteers. portant for corporations to take an
dents. The annual Teens She has been involved with rais- active interest in the communities
'Eggcellent Eggventure ing funds and assisting the fire de- they serve," said Phil Lawson, All-
will take place at Veter- apartment to increase fire safety state Florida region field vice presi-
ans Memorial Park on awareness through the Fully Involved dent. "Allstate is proud to support
Thursday, April 13, at 8. Program. This program has enabled such a:worthwhile cause through the
p.m. fotr all sixth-, sev- the department to supply smoke and Allstate Foundation. The grant...will
enth- and eighth-grade carbon monoxide alarms, properly provide much-needed support for the
Students. install the alarms, distribute.educa- work of the city of Ocoee Fire De-
Any interested youth tional materialsandestablishasmoke apartment "
should bring their flash-, .
lights and Easter baskets Programs at the Winter Garden library
and try to find the6 hun-
dreds of ggsthat'v ill be For information on programs of- view Middle School who have dis-
scattered around the park. fered at the S.C.'Battaglia Memo- played % inning projects in the li-
SFollo ing the hunt. there rial Winter Garden Library. call biary relating to the history and her-
will be an egg toss and 407-656-4582. The new\ library is itage of Winter Garden.
egg coloring. at 805 E. Plant St. in Winter Gar- May 25, from 3-4 p.m. children
There is no cost for the den. approximately 6-12 years of age are
Seventh. Spanish computer classes are now invited to a Reading with Radio Dis-
For mdre information, offered at the library. They are April ney program. This 45-minute sto-
S call the rec office at 407- 6, 20, 25 and 29. rytelling program includes a Radio
656-4155. April 5, from 6-8 p.m., the library Disney personality who will read a
will hold a reception for patrons and story, play trivia games and hand
.t he parents and students of Lake- out goods bags.


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Police Chief George Brennan read a story to children in the Maxey Community Center's reading club then".
entertained questions from the members.


PUBLIC NOTICE
WINTER GARDEN CITY COMMISSION

THE REGULAR CITY COMMISSION MEETING OF
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2006, HAS BEEN RESCHED-
ULED TO TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2006 AT 5:30 P.M. AT
TANNER HALL, 29 W. GARDEN AVENUE, WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA.


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14019 W. Colonial.Dr. (Behi nd AnsoIut BankI 407-905-5162


June 10, at 2 p.m.. Child Rescue
Network \ ill present a safety sem-
inar to help parents protect their
children. It teaches parents about
common lures and methods preda-
tors utilize to victinuze children and
provides action plans to educate
children on how to recognize and
react to potentially dangerous situ-
ations.
The library offers more than 90
computer classes per month, rang-
ing from computer basics to advance
classes, such as Word. Excel and
PowerPoint.
Wednesday program for children:
Tiny Tales is presented at 10:15 a.m.
to infants from birth to 18 months.
Toddler Time is at 10:45 a.m. for
children 18-36 months. Storybook
SFun for those ages 3-5 is at 11:15
a.m.

WOHS Class of 1996
The Vest Oranze High School
Class of 1996 is holding its 10-year
reunion Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Or-
ange County National Golf Center and
Lodge.
For more information, call Jill at
352-243-4619.

LHS Class of 1954
The Lake\iew High School Class
of 1954 will hold its 52nd-year re-
union meeting April 8 from 6-10 p.m.
at Winter Garden Pizza Company in
downtown Winter Garden.
For details, call Glenda Martin at
.407-293-7938 or Nadine Kannon at
407-656-4271.


Creating a timeline of West Orange citrus
West Orange High School instructor Cheryl Murray (above, at left) explains to her world-history students.
the facts needed for each decade of a timeline they are creating on local citrus. The students of Murray and
pre-AP English teacher Tommie Witthohn were at the Winter Garden History Center (below) compiling re-
search for the project, which will be placed in the Heritage Museum upon completion.


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Classes at Winter Garden Recreation Department


The Winter Garden Recreation
Department offers activities for
children and adults. For more iin-
ornnation. call the rec office at 407-
656-4155. Pre-iegistration is re-
quired for most events
The Winter Garden Recreation
Department has scheduled actiti- (
ties for adults 50 and older. For.
more information, call the rec at
407-656-4155.
SIntroduction to golf Chil-
dren 10 and up can learn the fun-
damentals of hitting consistently
solid shots and takehome practice
drills in three classes March 28,


April 4 and II. The lessons are
from 6-7 p.m. at the West Orange
Country Club and cost $100 for res-
idents. $115 for others.
Pilates Learn techniques in
stretching and healthy exercise to in-
crease flexibility. cardiovascular
strength and spine alignment. Each
class is $7 and takes place Thurs-
day s from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Little
Hall, 31 ,W. Garden Ave.
STennis lessons Beginner
and intermediate classes are for
adults and youth ages 5 and older
at the Chapin Station courts on
Tuesday evenings and Saturday.


mornings. Classes run six weeks s
and cost $30 15-7 years old), $54
ages 8-14 Iand $84 I 15 to adult
Yoga Join .oga instructor
Sheila Scott at the Old Fire Station
Rec Center. Classes are Mondays
and Thursdays from 6:30-8 p.m
Cost is $10 per class for city resi-
dents, $11 for others. A discount-
ed six-class rate and private in-
struction are available.
Bird-watching Go bird-
watching at Lake Apopka. Bird
checklists, plus binoculars and a
field guide, are also available to
borrow free of charge.


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Thursday, March 30, 2006 The West Orange Times 7A


La Leche League
offers support
Melissa Hessert is leading a new
La Leche League group in Winter
Garden. La Leche League Interna-
tional is a non-profit volunteer orga-
nization dedicated to providing breast-
feeding help to mothers and babies.
Hessert leads monthly meetings and
takes phone calls at home. Call 407-
656-7878 for more information or as-
sistance.

Summer camp
registration for rec
The city of Winter Garden summer
day camp program provides games,
sports, arts and crafts, wacky theme
days, field trips, swimming, crazy
snacks and more. Children ages 5-13
(must have completed kindergarten)
are eligible to attend the camp, host-
ed by, the Winter Garden Recreation
Department.
Registration continues at the rec of-
fice, 1 Surprise Drive, during regular
business hours. Space is limited, and
the summer camp is only open to
Winter Garden residents.
Camp is held.from 7:30 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday through Friday during
the weeks of June 5,, 12, 19 and 26;
and July 10, 17, 24 and 31. Cost is
$60. per week for the first child, $45
for the second child and $30 for each
additional.
A two-week deposit and proof of'
residency are required when register-
ing. Call the rec office at 407-656-
4155 for more information.

AARP to meet
Area seniors are in\ ited to attend'
the next meeting of AARP Chapter
3697 on April 3 at 1 p.m. in the Hyde
Park Clubhouse on West Colonial
Drive in Winter Garden.
'The members \ ith iniuals from R-
Z are asked to bring refreshments to
the April meeting. They are also re-
'minded to bring used postage stamps,
eyeglasses and hearing aids to be gl\-
en to the Lions Club and aluminum
pop tabs to be given to the Ronald
McDonald House.
The Christian Ser\ ice Center has
requested the following supplies: bab.
%% ipes. baby diapers. toilet paper. pa-
per towels, sunscreen. Capn Punch.
Kool-Aid juice. soup. copy paper and,
colored markers.
For more information, call Presi-
dent Esther Braswell at 407-905-0802.

Landscaping seminar
The Winter Garden Utilities De-
partment is hosting a free landscap-
ing seminar this Saturday. April I.
from 9 a.m. to noon in conjunction
with Water Consenr anon Month. It
will be presented by Florida Yards
and Neighborhoods at Little Hall on
Garden Avenue.
Discover tips on what to plant and
where, how much to fertilize, best
ways to afterr managing yard pests
and more.
Call 407-654-2732 to reserve a seat.
The cirt's Utilities Department is
also giving a\wa a limited number of
free rain sensors. Call the number
above for more information or to
schedule a pick-up time.'

Gardening seminars
at Pounds Motors
Pounds Motor Co. in downtown n
Winter Garden is offering a lineup of
free landscaping seminars on Sarurda. s
ar 10 a.m. Each class \\ ill provide a dif-
ferent aspect of do-it- ourself gar-
dening.
Upcoming classes are "Build a
Beautiful Rose Garden" on April 1
and "cool" shade gardening on April
8.
For more information, call 407-656-
1352.

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


Rec offers

Active 50

programs
The Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department has pro-
grams 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 Center, 127
S. Boyd St., Winter Garden.
Sign up in person at the rec of-
fice, 1 Surprise Drive.
Lunch and Learn A
representative from SeaWorld
and Busch Gardens will speak
on programs and activities this
Friday, March 31, from 11:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Cost is $4.
AARP Driver Safety Pro-
gram This two-day course
is April 20-21 from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. The cost is $10 and is
open to anyone of any age.
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 eat-
ing 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.
Page Turners Literary
Book Club The group
meets monthly on the second
Monday from 2-5 p.m. There
is no charge, and light re-
freshments are served.



American Legion
activities for April 8,
The Hugh T. Gregory American Le-
gion Post 63 has planned acid\ iides to co-
incide with the April 8 Spnng Fe'%er in
the Garden.,
The Kiwanis Club will hold apancake
breakfast from 7-11 a.m. inside the post.
Team Eliott will hold a garage sale
benefit for the American Lung Asso-
ciation from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. inside.
The post \will offer lunch from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. It will be cooked on the
front porch and served inside. On the
menu:-chicken and barbecue sand-
wiches, Lauren's shish kebabs, cold
drinks, water, chips and candy. There-
strooms will be open to the pubhc.
The People to People ambassador
from Gotha Middle School will con-
duct a silent auction inside, with a50-
50 draw ing and balloons
The post is on West Plant Sreet in
downto\ n Winter Garden.

Faith Family church
beginning series on
'Purpose Driven Life'
Faith Family Conrlmunity Church
will begin the series "The Purpose Dn\ -
en Life" April 30. It will run through'
June I on Sundais from 9-45-1:30
a.m.
The program is designed to ans\\ er the
question. "What on earth am I here for?"
Together. the participants ill learn
about God's fine purposes for their hles.
Participants \ ill read the 40 daily
readings in "The Purpose Driven Life"
book that ~Ull guide them in their pei-
sonal jourey to discover their life's
purposes.
The church is on the comer ofBeu-
lah and Warrior roads. Call the church
office at 407-877-7735 to sign up'for.
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The Winter Garden Rotary Club
hears from a different guest speaker
each week.
Michele Swanson spoke recently
about her experience volunteering for
Heifer International with her son and
members of her church. Started in
1944 by Don West, it is a non-profit
organization whose themes are "Give
the Gift of Hope" and "Not a Cup but
a Cow."
In the program, hungry families are
given a heifer, goat or chicken and is
taught how to care for the animal and
make money from the milk, cheese or
eggs. The recipients then donate the
first female offspring to another needy
family in the community.
Rotary International is involved in
Romania to help solve the hunger
problem with this program.
Last year, Swanson's church group
raised $5,000, which sent "an ark" to
a needy community. She suggested
that it would be a good way to honor
someone as a gift in his or her name.


BENJAMIN THOMAS McNEILL

It's a boy!
Jeni and Steve McNeill of Orlando
are the parents of a baby boy, Ben-
jagiin Thomas McNeill, born Nov. 1
at Florida Hospital, He weighed 7
pounds, 13 ounces and measured
19.75 inches in length at birth.
Grandparents are Jack and Gloria
Quesinberry of Winter Garden and
Tom and Sue McNeill of Orlando.
Benjamin joins his three older
-brothers: Harrison, Jackson and An-
drew.

WOHS student art on
display at library
The Winter Garden library is dis-
playing the artwo k of West Orange
High School sophomore Morgan
Rees. It will remain on display
throughout April.
SRees was born in Philadelphia-in
1990 and has lived in Orlando for
Sthe past eight years.
"I like to paint m\ moods, I sup-
pose." Rees said. "There really is no
theme yet to my subject matter. I do
use a lot of color in pretty much
vwhate\er I paint. Color expresses
m) subconscious better. It is how I
like to look at things. I'm not going
to say much about each mdi\ dual
piece because I \want to see w hat dif-'
ferent people get out of each paint-
ing, and I am interested in your feed-
back."
The library is located on East Plant
Street.''


Give blood at library
The Winter Garden library is host-
ing a blood drive April 12. The Little
Red Bus will be at the library from -
4 p.m. The facility is on East Plant
Street.
All donors will receive a $10 gift
certificate to Darden Restaurants and
Club Red enrollment when they reg-
ister.
Those who give blood will also re-
cei'e a free mini physical. By giving
one pint of blood, donors can save
three lives.


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Members of the Winter Garden Rotary Club have heard from a variety of guest speakers, including
Michele Swanson, volunteer for Heifer International (in left photo, with her sponsor, Lisa Bennett); and
Carl Plaugher, Orange County fire chief (at center in right photo, pictured with his sponsor, Ralph Sug-
gs, and Bert Roper.


To learn more about Heifer Inter-
national, contact Swanson at 407-566-
1633 or Heifer at 800-698-2511 or
www.heifer.org.
At another meeting, Carl Plaugher,
fire chief with the Orange County Fire
Department, spoke about First Re-
sponse, which is celebrating its 50th


anniversary. Its theme is "Creating
Excellence in Fire Service."
First Response handles accidents
and medical services in the urban, sub-
urban and rural areas of Orange Coun-
ty.
Special operation units include he-
licopter transport, Homeland Securi-


ty, preventing terrorist attacks, smoke
detectors, childhood drowning pre-
vention, hurricanes, 911 emergency
response and auto accidents.
For more information, Plaugher can
be reached at 407-836-9112.
For information on Rotary, go to
www.wintergardenrotary.org.


Citrus Sky at library
Winter Garden City Manager Michael Bollhoefer (left) helped judge a contest to name the mobile hanging
inside the Winter Garden S.C. Battaglia Memorial Library. The mobile is a work of art created by John
Wolfe that depicts oranges hanging on a tree. Present with Bollhoefer at the name unveiling are (from left)
Angela White, Allie White, Wolfe and library branch manager Glenda Houck. The name Citrus Sky was sub-
mitted by Angela White's daughter, Adie, who is not pictured.


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Oakland


Comtois earns
,.national math honor
The United States Achievement
Academy has announced that Jef-
frey Vincent Comtois of Oakland
has been named a national award
winner in mathematics. This award
is a prestigious honor few students
can ever hope to attain. In fact, the
academy recognizes fewer than 10
percent of all American high school
students.
Comtois, who attends Foundation
Academy, was nominated for this
national award by Donna Lagos, a
teacher at the school. Comtois will
appear in the United States Achieve-
ment Academy's official yearbook,
which is published nationally.
"Recognizing and supporting our
youth is more important than ever
before in America's history," said
Dr. George Stevens, founder of the
academy. "Certainly, United States
Achievement Academy winners
should be congratulated and appre-
ciated for their dedication to excel-
lence and achievement."
The criteria for selection are a stu-
dent's academic performance, inter-
est and aptitude, leadership quali-
ties, responsibility, enthusiasm, mo-
tivation to learn and improve, citi-
zenship, attitude and cooperate\ e
spirit, dependability and recom-
mendation from a qualified sponsor.
Jeffrey is the son of Louis and Tra-
cie Comtiis of Oakland and the
grandson of Gerald and Sallie Hone
of Orlando and Vincent Comtois of
Wisconsin.


Snark-A-Snoops Christin Underwood and Trish Sie will perform at Oak-
land Presbyterian Preschool's Arts 'N April Celebration on April 2.


Snark-A-Snoops to be

featured at preschool's

Arts 'N April Celebration


A real treat is in store for the
community during the Arts 'N April
Celebration at Oakland Presbyteri-
an Preschool on Sunday. April 2,
from 2-4 p.m. The Snark-A-Snoops
are coming to perform.
Who are the Snark- A-Snoops?
They are crackpot female scienusts
who conduct kooky experiments in
a giant test tube. Their liBe show is
a manic improvisational blend of
catchy music, dancing. harebrained
humor and table science that young
children can enjoy.
These women ha\e been featured
at the Orlando Science Center, Nlu-
seum of Art. art festival and many
private events. The creators of
Snark-A-Snoops released their first
CD. "Who's Living in This Cave?"
and recently completed a television
pilot and mo\ ie called Grocery Car-
nival, an unforgettable ride through
the scientific process.


In addition to the performance.
the preschool students will turn the
facility into an art gallery of cul-
tural surprises.
There will be refreshments, a
silent auction and an afternoon of
creatively celebrating spring. The
community is invited to enjo\ the
free event and activities.
Information about the preschool
and an opportunity to vie%\ the
classrooms and meet the staff \ ill
also be available. Registration for
the 2006-07 school year is now\
open, and applications are being re-
cei\ ed.
For further information about the
Arts 'N April Celebration or to re-
cei\e a brochure or schedule a pri-
\ate tour of the facilities, call Di-
rector Debby Aldridge at 407-656-
4452 or 321-438-1465. Dr. Robert
Hines Jr. is the pastor of Oakland
Presbyterian Church.


JEFFREY COMTOIS '


Neighborhood Watch
available in Oakland
The Oakland Police Department is
promoting its Neighborhood Watch
crime prevention program for homes
and neighborhoods.
Residents are armed w ith home and
personal safety training. which in-
cludes free home security. surveys.
newsletters, crime prevention litera-
ture and other valuablee information:
block captain training: and special
events for all Watch members.
To start a group with neighbors, call
the Oakland Police Department at 407-
656-9797. Ext. 32.


Town of Oakland
meeting schedule
The following town of Oakland
meetings are regularly held in the
meeting hall on North Tubb Street.
For more information, call Town Hall
at 407-656-1117.
Town Commission, second and
fourth Tuesdays, 7 p.m.
Planning & Zoning Board, third.
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
School Advisory Council for Oak-
land Avenue Charter School, first
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Community Redevelopment, third'
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Parks and Recreation Committee,
fourth Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Meeting hall for rent
Residents and organizations can rent
the Oakland town meeting hall on
North Tubb Street. Rental includes use
of the kitchen facilities and a seating
capacity of 108.
To download a rental contract and
price list, go to the town Website:
www.oaktownusa.com and click on
"meeting hall facility." For more in-
Sformation,call Oakland Town Hall at
407-656-1117.
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Charter school plans spring fling

Saturday, April 8, is the date of Oakland Avenue Charter School's
3rd Annual Spring Fling. It will take place on the school campus, 456
E. Oakland Ave., Oakland, from 2-5 p.m.
The community is invited to attend and participate in the many ac-
tivities that are planned: cake walk, bounce houses, obstacle courses,
games, massages, face painting, pony rides, dunk tank, a silent auction,
raffle and a variety of food.
For more information, call 407-654-2039.
The school is now enrolling for the 2006-07 school year for kinder-
garten through fifth grade. Registration information will be available
that day.


Enrollment continues at Oakland Avenue Charter School


Enrollment for the 2006-07
school year for students in fifth
grade through kindergarten is be-
ginning at Oakland Avenue Char-
ter School. The school is at 456
E. Oakland Ave.


Call 407-654-2039 to arrange
for a tour of the school or go to
the town of Oakland Web site for
enrollment and employment op-
portunities at www.oak-
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Ocoee


Mayor meets with Ocoee Scouts on Election Day
On March 14, election day in Ocoee, Mayor Scott Vandergrift met with Pack 930 Scouts to .discuss citi-
zenship requirements, including the duty and the right to vote. The Scouts also met with the candidates
and were given a city of Ocoee key pin by the mayor. The pack thanks all those who took the time to teach
thiscivics lesson. The Scouts taking part were, I-r, in front, Eric Robinson, Carter Acton, Shawn-Grimal,
Keaton Shine and Richie Burbank and, in back, Mayor Scott Vandergrift, Den Leader Nancy Shine and
Kevin Smith.


Praises and prizes for winners of Stranger Safety Poster Contest


By Victoria Lane.v

Nineteen winners of the Stranger
Safety\ Poster Contest were honored
last Saturday during Ocoee's Safet%
Spnng Fling. Winners were selected
from 1.053 posters subnutted b\ stu-
dents at seen elemental\ schools.
Citrus Elementary \\on the prize for the
most students participating \\ th 603
posters submitted.
"We have so man\ talented students
that it \\ s a challenge to pick the \\ in-
ners." said Marha Lopez-Anderson.
chair of Ocoee's Child Protection Rec-
ommendation Committee that spon-
sored the contest and the Safety Spring
Fling
The \% winners by grade le\ el were:
Kindergarten-Andreas Breeman
of Spring Lake in first, BritneyLamm
of Citrus in second and Alexandria
Schuyler of Spring lake in third.
First grade-Ashmini Persaud of
Citrus in first. Lauren Nlacke\ of
Spring Lake in second and Christina
Biano of Spring Lake in third.
Second grade-Breanne Gilrane of


*Spring Lake in first. Ilana Adame of
Spring Lake in second and Woody
Lanot of Citrus in third.
Third giade-Angelique Carrier of
Citrus in first, Jesus Rosas of Spring
Lake in second and Andrea Urrea of
Citrus in third.
Fourth grade-Adrianna Gilbert of
Citrus in first, Maria: C. Ramos of.
Spring Lake in second and Sidney
'Alencewicz of Spring Lake in third.
Fifth grade-Tommy Denmark and
Michael Fichera of Spring Lake in a
tie for first. Lauren Boulonger of
Spring Lake in second and Emma
Thompson of NletroWest in third.
The \ inning students received prize
packages that included gift certificates
from the West Oaks Mall. Citrus El-
ementary, received an ice cream par-
t) for the entire school, donated by
T.G, Lee Dairy.
The Citrus Elementary faculty non
Memory NMixer software for creating
multi-media memories. Using NMem-
on Mixer, teachers and students can
scan the safety posters and add digi-
tal recordings of the students talking


about safety rules, according to Ker-
ry Hill, CEO of Lasting Impressions
Sfor Paper Inc.
Schools can make a CD for each
student to take home the multi-media
albums created b Melemor MNll\er
Digital files can be sent by e-mail to
relatives. Parents can print pages from
the CD and work with their child to
add personal scrap-booking elements.
such as buttons, brads and bo" s Each
family can combine the pages to make
a unique imemnorN book of their child's
school experience.
Each of the seven elementary
schools won a prize package that in-
cluded arts and crafts supplies, All
My Memories donated BundledBasics
craft kits that include ribbons, slides,
cutouts and other embellishments to
make memory books.
Die Cuts with a View donated
memory albums and Card Kit.in a
Stack sets, including stickers, cards
and printed paper. In addition, schools
won supplies donated by exhibitors
at the Florida Education Technolog%
Conference held in Orlando last week.


West Orange Seniors to
hold annual picnic
The West Orange Senior Crafters
met for lunch at Bennigan's on West
Colonial Drive last Thursday and cel-
ebrated the birthdays of Frances Watts
and Marie Grimes.
After lunch they set to work on
Christmas tray favors for the residents
of Health Central Park and Quality
Health Center in the Ocoee Commu-
nity Center.
The Seniors offer prayers for the
sick, Joseph Zargari and Mary Jane
Shaner.
The club's annual picnic will be
held Thursday, April 20, and it will
be a "Thanks for the Memories Cele-
bration" in honor of James Mobley,
the Seniors' bus driver and cook for the
past 16 years.
All the Seniors are asked to bring a
thank-you card for James, complete
with their memoriesof him.
On Saturday, April 22; the group
will tour the Mary, Queen of the Uni-
verse Shrine. The cost is $5, and the
bus will leave the Community Center
at 8 a.m.

AARP Chapter 2518
to meet April 8
AARP Chapter 2518 will meet Sat-
urday, April 6, at noon at St. Pauls
Presbyterian Church across from the
West Oaks Mall in Ocoee.
Members whose names begin with
the letters A-M are asked to bring eth-
nic dishes for lunch. These will be
sold for 25 cents per scoop.

Ocoee Little League
players hit homers
The Ocoee Little League had two
home-run hitters last week. On March
21, in the Major League game be-
tween the Cardinals and the Pirates,
Eddie Krause of the Cards hit an o\ er-
the-fence home run. During the same
game, Robert White also tagged one
out of the park. The final score was
Pirates 8, Cardinals 7.

Celebrate the library
with Radio Disney
Representatives from RadioDisney
AM 990 will visit the West Oaks Li-
brary in Ocoee on Saturday, April 29,
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to celebrate
public libraries.
There will be games, music and
giveaways and Radio Disney AM 990
personality "Special K" at this event.


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Washington Mutual supports OMS
Darlene Rhodus of the Ocoee Financial Center of Washington Mutu-
al, right, presents Dr. Katherine Clark, principal of Ocoee Middle School,
with a check for $683.04. The school was chosen by many Washing-
ton Mutual customers as part of the WaMoola for Schools program in
which a point is earned every time customers make a purchase with their
enrolled Washington Mutual debit card. At the end of the year, the
points are converted to cash and a check for the points earned is award-
ed to the school.


Palm Sunday Music Program
| at Ocoee Chapel on April 9


By Victoria Laney


Civitan supports Special Olympics
Special Olympics recently held the State of Florida Basketball Cham-
pionship at various Orange County Public Schools, including Ocoee
High. West Orange Civitan Club members volunteered and helped pre-
sent the winners with the gold, silver and bronze medals. Shown with
the medals are Civitan members, I-r, Helen Galloway, Kelly Chambers
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a Palm Sunday Music Program on
April 9 at 7 p.m. at the Ocoee Chapel.
8450 Sil\er Star Road. near Good
Homes Road. The e\ent is free. and
families are welcome to bring young
children
The program will include solo, en-
semble, and musical performances,
according to Vivian Bell of Orlando.
who is the arranger and conductor.
She has been the music chairman of
the Bach Festi\al Choir at Rollins
College. and played the violin in the
Winter Park Concert Orchestra She
was a member of the Florida Sym-
phony, where she sang opera.
"Music is a healing balm that w ill
touch the hearts of those w ho attend
this concert. We have selected music
that is a prelude to the Easter season
and celebrates the niumph of life over
death." Bell said.
Paul Allison. a tenor from Winter
Garden will sing, "Oh Loid. My Re-
deemer." He has performed with the
Floiida Grand Opera Company and
the Orlando Opera Company.
Piano and flute teacher Geraldine
Saucer of Ocoee will play "Abide
With Me" on the flute in an insuu-
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Dasid Pilcher. Ocoee. will sing
"His Hands." and Jack Claiborne.
Ocoee. will sing "Joseph. I Was Not
His Fathet. He Was Mine." Melissa
NMarinello, a soprano from Orlando.
will sing, "I Know That My Re-
deemer Lives."
A male chorus will sing. "I Stand
All Amazed," an ensemble will har-
monize. "I Believe in Jesus Christ."
and a choui will perfonn "MNore Love.
Oh Chnst to Thee." Nancy Irvine v\ ill
be the pianist, and Kaylen Cookson.
MetroWest. will be the organist.
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Orange Christian Service Center. This money was raised by St. Pauls'
missions ministry in an ongoing effort to support the community.


Crawford Tire Team thanks Beef O'Brady's
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Garage sale to benefit 2006 Asthma Walk
Ocoee teenagers have formed donations will be accepted at
Team Elliott to raise funds for the Tiger's Eye Karate, also on Plant
American Lung Association's up- Street, from now through Friday,
coming Asthma Walk, and the team April 7.
fs holding a garage sale on Satur- The funds raised by Team Elliott,
day, April 8, at American Legion whose goal is $3,000, will be used
Post 63 on Plant Street in Winter for education, research and treat-
Garden beginning at 9 a.m. ment. This is the same amount the
Items are needed for the sale, and group raised last year.

American Legion meets at Vignetti Recreation Center
' The Ocoee Amencan Legion Post p.m.
109 is now located at the Vignetti Anyone who has a son, daughter,
Recreation Center at 1906 Adair St. mother, father, brother or sister,
in Ocoee while the post is under- husband or wife sern ing in the mil-
going construction. The Vignetti itary qualifies fora Blue Star Ban-
Rec Center will continue as the ner. Those whose zip code is 34761
meeting place until the end of the can call Post 109 to receive a ban-
year. The meetings are held on the ner. For more information, call Ad-
second Friday of each month at 7 jutant Ed Bowers at 407-877-6057.


Tours each weekend
at Ocoee museum
.The Withers-Maguire House Museum,
located in the Ocoee Municipal Com-
plex on Bluford Avenue. is open each Sat-
hurday and Sunday from 2-4 p.m. Tours
are $3 for adults and $1 for children.
Special group tours with special rates
can be arranged by calling Elizabeth
Maguire at 407-656- 2051.

Teen dances for
Ocoee students
The Ocoee Parks and. Recreation
Department sponsors teen dances
only for Ocoee Middle School stu-
dents on the first and third Friday of
every month from 8-11 p.m. at the
Jim Beech Recreation Center. 1820'
A.D. Nlims Road. The cost is $3,
and the student must have a school
I.D.
For more information, call Lori
Horn at 407-905-3182.

Christian Service Center
needs donations
The West Orange Christian Ser-
vice Center is asking the communi-
ty to please donate the following
items that are needed: Kool-Aid juice
boxes. Capri Sun juice boxes, pop-
corn, spaghetti and spaghetti sauce.
potato chips, diapers. bab \wipes.
sunscreen. tissue paper, tempera
'paints. cop> paper, toilet paper, col-
ored markers. scissors and newsprint
paper.
SThe center is located at 300 W.
Franklin St. in Ocoee.
SFor more information, call 407-
656-6678.

Christian Service Center
Thrift Shop now open on
Saturday mornings
SThe West Orange Christian Ser\ ice
Center Thrift Shop, 300 W. Franklin
St. in Ocoee, is ndso open on Satur-
day mornings between 9 a.m. and
noon for local shoppers.
Donations to the thrift shop are only
accepted on Tuesdays and Thursday
between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
SItems left outside the building with-
out being accepted by a staff member.
must be disposed of due to frequent
find 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 w\ ith read-
ing. math and spelling for an hour and
One half per week.
' "All it takes is a \ killing spirit to be-
come a child's mentor." said Peg Mac-
bonald. director of the West Orange
Center.
SFor more information, call 407-656-
6678.






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Disabilities Program i
SA free Autistic and Related Disabil-
ities Program is offered for all ages and
disabilities from 6-7 p.m. each Tues-
day night at Jim Beech Recreation Cen-
ter, 1820 A.D. Mims Road in Ocoee.
For more information, contact
JoAnne by pager at 407-740-3500 oi
407-654-1982.

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

Business Links
Networking chapter
The Business Links Networking
Ocoee Chapter meets monthly on the
second and fourth Tuesday at noon at
Positano's. 8995 \V Colonial Drive.
Ocoee.
This is a free networking group
whose aim is to help businesses grow.
For more information. log on to
,\\ www.businesslinkstl.com.

Ocoee Bulldogs set
cheerleading registrations
The Ocoee Bulldogs will hold reg-
istration for Pop Warner Football
cheerleading on Saturday. April 1.
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for new cheeer-
leaders.
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.
Physical will be offered at a later
date.

Pop Warner league
needs coaches
The Ocoee Bulldogs Pop Warner
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 sea-
son.
For details, call Sheri Adkinson at
407-702-4222 for football or Lisa
Schiffmer at 407-654-1-7514 for cheer-
leading or visit the league's Web site
at www.ocoeebulldogs.org.


Join the Ocoee
Historical Commission
Interested members of the com-
munity are invited to attend the meet-
ings of the Ocoee Historical Com-
mission on the second Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the Ocoee
Woman's Club on Lakewood Av-
enue.

Woman's Club of
Ocoee rentable
The Woman's Club of Ocoee
Clubhouse is available for weddings,
showers, birthday parties and club
meetings.
To inquire about availability and
rental rates, call 407-656-7115.


Alzhiemer support
group at Summerville
Sunnmerm ille at Ocoee, an assist-
ed-living and memory-care resi-
dence, conducts a monthly. family
support group on the fourth Thurs-
day of the month at6 p.m.
The group's goal is to provide help
to those who are faced with the
struggles and demands bf caring for
a person \with Alzheimer's disease
or other memory. -care issues. The
support group is sponsored b\ the
Alzheimer Resource Center.
Summers ille at Ocoee is located at
80 N. Clarke Road in Ocoee. For
more information oi to RSVP for the
next meeting, call 407-843-1910.

Summerville seeks
volunteers
Summer\ ille at Ocoee, an assist-
ed-living and memory-care resi-
dence, is seeking volunteers to as-
sist with e\lents. outings. bingo.
crafts. games and other acti\ ities. as
well as provide musical entertain-
ment.
For more information, call Bett\
Phillips and Kw anza Biyant at 407-
299-2710.


Square dance
lessons
offered Thursdays
Square dancing with the
Garden Patch Squares is of-
fered each Thursday at the
Vignetti Recreation Center
from 6-9 p.m. The center is
located at 1910 Adair St. in
Ocoee.
For more information,
call Barbara McBride at
407-889-8558 or 407-256-
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Holy Week at Ocoee
Oaks Methodist
Ocoee Oaks Methodist Church
will celebrate Palm Sunday on April
9 with an 11 a.m. service featuring
music from the choir and Praise
Team with a visit from the church's
preschoolers. That evening, the
whole church will gather for an in-
ternational dinner at 5 p.m.,
The Holy Thursday service will
be held April 13 at 7 p.m., complete
with a feature presentation of "The
Passion of Christ," followed by an
open communion table.
The Good Friday service will be
.held April 14 at 7 p.m. Providing the
music will be the Ocoee Oaks Choir,
and crosses by Ocoee Oaks mem-
bers will be displayed during the ser-
vice.
The church will host a Spring
Fling on Saturday, April 15, at 11
a.m., with registration for the East-
er egg hunt at 10:30 a.m. The com-
munity is invited to this free event,
which will include the church's an-
nual basket raffle. Winners of the
raffle will be announced at 1:30 p.m.
On Easter Sunday, sunrise services
will take place at the Ocoee Gazebo
on Starke Lake at 6:30 a.m. At 9 a.m.
and 11 a.m., Easter services will be
held at the church with special mu-
sic from the Ocoee Oaks Choir, the
Praise Team and the.newly formed
Children's Choir.

Church to present sneak
preview of'The
Celestine Prophecy'
United Church of Christianity will
host a sneak-preview showing of the
feature film The Celestine Prophe-
cy. Based on James Redfield's best-
selling novel, the movie is a spiritu-
al adventure film chronicling the dis-
covery of ancient scrolls in the rain-
forests of Peru.
The prophecy and its nine key in-
sights predict a worldwidee awaken-
ing. arising within all religious tra-
ditions, that mo'es humanity toward
Sa deeper experience of spirituality
.The film features an international
ensemble cast. including Matthew
Settle. Thomas Kretschmann, Sarah
WVa ne Callise, Annabeth Gish. Hec-
tor Elizondo. Joaquim de Almeida
and Jurgen Procho\w.
The church, located at 4801 Clar-
cona-Ocoee Road, Orlando. \ill
screen the movie on Saturday. April
S. at 7 p.m. Tickets for the mo\ ie.
which is rated PG. are $10 and can
be purchased at the church Tuesday
through Friday between 9 a.m. and
5 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased
o'er the phone \ ith a credit card by
calling 407-295-9181. Seating is lim-
ited.


Easter egg hunt
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department will hold its-annual East-
'er egg hunt on Saturday. April 15, at
9 a.m. at the Jim Beech Recreation
Center, 1820 A.D. lMims Road.
There will be prizes and refresh-
ment. including a golden egg prize for
each age group, 0-3. 4-6. 7-9 and 10-
12; plus a visit from the Easter Bunny.

Kindergarten orientation
The Citrus Elementary kindergarten
team will host an orientation for in-
coming kindergartners for the 2006-07
school year on Wednesday. April 5.
from 2-3 p.m. in the media center.
Topics under discussion w ill include
academic expectations. a day in the life
of a kindergartner and the school supply>
list.
After the presentation. a few, of the
kindergarten classrooms will be open
for a brief tour. Kindergarten registration
has began March 22 in the school's main
office. For details, call -1407--5-5475.


The family of Shaun Arsenault
will hold a benefit rummage sale
on Friday, April 14, and Saturday,
April 15, at the boat ramp pavilion
at the Sleepy Harbour subdivision
in Ocoee from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Raffle tickets will be for sale on
a 94 Subaru Justy donated by Ray
Morrison, owner of Lockhart Auto
Sales located at 6444 N. Orange
Blossom Trail and a complete eye
exam donated by Dr. Timothy Lin-
coln at Orlando Eye Center locat-
ed on South John Young Parkway.
The sale will last from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m.
On Feb. 11, 2005, Shaun suf-
fered a severe anoxic brain injury
while serving in the United States
Navy. Shaun is only 26 years old,
and this injury has left him 100 per-
cent disabled and in need of ex-
cessive amounts of therapy to at-
tempt to get him to walk again, as
well as trying to improve his mem-
ory. /
At this tiie, Shaun has no short-
term memory and needs 24-hour


Senior Health Day
at Ocoee Belk
The next Senior Health Day will be
held Tuesday, April 4, in the community
room at Belk in the West Oaks Mall in
Ocoeefrom 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will
be bingo at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.,.as well
as door prizes, informative seminars,
blood pressure checks and vendors pre-
senting their services.
Lunch will be provided from 11:45
a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and the first 100
people who present this press release
or their Senior Day postcard will re-
ceive a prize,
The free e\ent for seniors is spon-
sored by Belk and Colonial Lakes
Health Care.

Art display at West
Oaks Library
During March and April at the West
Oaks Libran in Ocoee. Al Fortin is
displaying "Al Fortin Art." a collec-
tion of acrylic landscapes and
seascapes on canvas.


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care.
Although Shaun has received
full disability from the Navy,
which includes retirement and
medical'needs, there are some pro-
cedures that his family feels will
help Shaun on the road to recov-
ery but are not covered by the VA.
These treatments include hyper-
baric oxygen chambers, and these
treatments cost $125 each. Shaun
has already undergone 80 of these
treatments, and we are seeing
tremendous results, yet more is still
needed.
All proceeds will go toward
more of these treatments for Shaun.
If you are interested in donating
any of your unused household
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12A The West Orange Times Thursday, March 30, 2006




Windermere


Eagle Scout repaints faculty lunchroom at Olympia High
Chris Meyer started his spring break
this year bycompleting his Eagle
Scout Project at Olympia High School.
A Boy Scout in Troop 223 in Win-
dermere since 2002 and a freshman
at OHS, Meyer wanted to do some-
thing for his school.
After consulting with the OHS
PTSA, he learned that the teachers' ,. ""
lunchroom needed a new look. So '
Meyer took on the project of repaint- M-
ing the room for the teachers and
adding new bulletin boards.
His project was funded entirely with
donations of more than $250 from lo-
cal businesses. Color Wheel Paints
and Coatings in Winter Garden do-. ,l
nated three gallons of paint. Lowe's
Home Improvement Warehouse in Or- 'I
lando donated painting supplies, and
Michael's Arts and Crafts, also in Or-
lando, donated cork bulletin board
tiles. South Orlando Dermatology
made a cash donation to cover the cost
of additional painting supplies and
also provided a pizza lunch for the 16
Scouts from Troop 223 Who came to
help paint the room.
Meyer'spent more than 46 hours
planning and carrying out the service
project and had totaled 126 volunteer "
hours when it was completed. He felt
that the project was a great learning
experience andhopes that the teach- 7 .
ers will enjoy their new lunchroom
space. Chris Meyer begins prepping the walls of the teachers' lunchroom at
Chris is the son of Kent and Linda Olympia High School for his Eagle Scout project. He repainted the en-
Meyer of Orlando. tire space and installed new bulletin boards.


Junior Girl Scouts help Brownies with Try-it project
Junior Girl Scout Troop 2057 came to Brownie Troop 1021's meeting to help the younger Scouts earn their
Puppets, Dolls and Plays Try-it award. While helping the Brownies earn this try-it the Juniors earned their
Junior Aider Try-it, one of the many requirements needed to earn the Bronze Award. Pictured (l-r) are (in
front) Kelly Lewis; Danielle Witten; Greer Huss; Ariel Valis; (middle row) Kelly Tracey, Brownie Troop co-
.leader; Sarah Tracey; Ashley Aken; Katie Passilla; Lauren Mason; Kayla Turiczek; Robin Turiczek, Brown-
ie co-leader; and (in back) Jane Ross, the Junior Troop leader; Marlaina Ross; Rebecca Dobson; Rachel
Gurley; Katherine Mason; Paige Kovalsky; and Trew Benishek. Both of these Girl Scout troops are part of
the Dr. Phillips-Windermere Service Unit.


Chris Meyer of Boy Scout Troop 223 in Windermere accepts paint donations for his Eagle Scout project fror
Jens Nedavni, manager of Color Wheel Paints and Coatings in Winter Garden.



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Run Among the
4 Lakes April 8
Windermere's Parks and Recre-
ation Committee in collaboration with
Track Shack will host its fifth annu-
al 5KRun Among the Lakes on Sat-
urday, 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 ,\ ill be
recorded, 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
a.m. The awards ceremony is sched-
uled for 9:30 a.m.
The kids run is free to all children,
who must register the day of the
eNent. They \\ ill receive finishing iib-
bons. The first 100 children to regis-
ter will receive complimentary\ T-
shirts. .
S The entry fee is $10 for southh
mn 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 addi-
tional $1 fee for payment by credit
card. The fee on race day is $25 b'y
cash or check onlI. Registration forms
are a\ ailable 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,
Mlunns & Munns and Health Central
hospital. Other sponsors include Main
Street Realtors, Keene's Pointe, Suzi
Karr Realty, Pinnacle Financial. An-
imal Clinic of Windermere. Fust Bap-
tist Church Windermere. United Med-
ical Corporation, As You Like It, The
Wesi Orange Times and Color Wheel
paints.
This seai's T-shirt will feature an
original design by Windermere artist
Kitty Osburn.
All participants will enjoy compli-
mentary breakfast sand" iches pro-
vided by Bistro Gourmet at NlcDon-
ald's, along with fruit, orange drink
and bottled water.
To download a registration form,
go to www.trackshack.come'events.
Track Shack is located at 1104 N.
Mills Ave. in Orlando. For more in-
formation, call 407-896-1160. Vol-
unteers are needed to help with the
event. To help, call Donna Steele at
407-876-8393. Registration forms are
available at the town office.


Windermere resident Brandon Burnette, 11, is pictured with some of his
award-winning artwork.

Young artist wins VFW Award


Brandon Burnette. a sixth-grade
student at Central Florida Christian
Academy. has had a great year "ith
his artistic pursuits.
As a fifth-grader, he was the first-
place winner in the district for the
West Orange VFW Ladies Auxiliary
Art Contest in the fifth- and sixth-
grade division for his colored pencil
drawing titled "God Bless America
Parade "
The artwork went on to compete
in the state contest and won third
place and $100 for Burnette.
He had also entered the same com-
petition in the t\\o previous years and
received a first place in the district
and first place in the state for third
grade and again the following year
for fourth grade.
In addition, he was the first-place
winner and achieved a highest supe-
rior at the district level for the Flori-
da Association of Christian Colleges
and Schools for his polychromatic
drawing titled "Paige and Puppies in


Paradise" and his monochromatic,
work titled "King of the Jungle.". ,
Both works also went on to the
state FACCS competition in West
Palm Beach and were awarded third:
place in the fifth-grade division.
This year, as a sixth-grader, Bur-
nette had two art pieces on display
at the recent CFCA art show and is
currently working on his entries for
the 2006 FACCS competition.
Burnette is the 11-year-old son of
Da\id and Lauren Burnette of Win-
dermere and the grandson of Trudy
Smith of Windermere and the Rev.
and Mrs. Cecil Burnette of Hender-
sonville, Tenn,
In addition to drawing, Burnette
spends his free time playing baseball,
in the Windermere Little League,
basketball on the CFCA sixth-grade
team, as well as AAU and FBVA
sports. He is a cello student of
Katherine Rodgers and hopes to be-
come an animator and work in films
or develop video games.

Movie night April 20 at
Windermere Library
The Windermere Library will
sponsor a family movie night on
Thursday, April 20, at 6 p.m. The
community is invited to attend and
watch Where the Wild Things Are.
Participants will also make their
own wild hand puppets. The library
will continue to host family movie
night on the third Thursday of the
month.
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Singles Dance set for
April 1 at St. Luke's
St. Luke's Singles will host a First
Saturday Singles Dance on Saturday,
April 1, from 8-11 p.m. Central Flori-
da Entertainment will provide music
for dancing.
Doors open at 7:15 p.m., and the
cbst is $8 per person. A finger-food
buffet and soft drinks are included in
the admission price. The dance will
take place in the gymnasium, Build-
iing C, in the Fellowship Center.
The church is located at 4851 S.
Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando. For
more information and directions, call
407-876-4991, Ext. 236, or the Sin-
gles hotline at 407-876-4991, Ext. 300.

Lia Sophia announces
new local leaders
Fashion jewelry company ha sophia
has announced the promotion of Win-
dirmere resident Michelle Arroya
f(om advisor to dnit manager. Arroya
has met or exceeded her personal sales
and recruiting goals to achieve this
l1vel of leadership. This promotion
offers Arroyo the opportunity for spe-
.cial benefits such as additional com-
missions, o\ errides, monthly bonuses
aid jewelry certificates.
S"This company has given me an
awesome opportunity," said Arroyo.
"i've been able to be my own boss,
build my own team and help other
people to be as successful as I have
been. Lia sophia is really committed
to helping its people reach their fullest
potential."

Ryland opens Grand
Pines community
Ryland Homes has opened Grande
Pines, its newest community located
off State Road 535 and Reams Road
Sii the Windermere area.
SGrande Pines offers 60 homesites
apd will feature Ryland's newly de-
signed neo-tradirional floorplans, ac-
cording to Keith Bass, president of
Ryland Homes in the Orlando region.
iThe new four- and five-bedroom
hbmes at Grande Pines are priced from
the nud-$400s. come \with three-car
.garages and range in size from 2.574
t6 3.976 square feet of living space.
; The company is no%\ selling its
Grande Pines models from its sales
office in Summerport at County Road
S55 and Ficquette Road. also near
Windermere. "

Sunshine Singers
meets at St. Luke's
-Area residents who enjoy singing
are in ited to "get on top of the world"
aid join the Sunshine Singers.
iThe group entertains at nursing
homes, senior residences and service
clubs in and around Orlando.
S hMembers do not ha% e to know ho\
t4rread music. The group does three-
prt singing. soprano. second soprano
and alto.
Interested indi% iduals should attend
a practice any Nlonday at 9:30 a m. at
S(. Luke's United Methodist Church.
4951 S. Apopka-V inland Road. Or-
lando.
~The group is not affiliated w ith any
d4nominanon and usually sings secular
music.
(For more information, call Mary
Elen Boice at 407-299-5244 or just
c4me to a rehearsal.

Needlework group meets
at Windermere Library on
Wednesday
Area residents are invited to join an
informal needlework group that meets
on the first and third Wednesday of
each month from 10 a.m. to 3 p m. at
the Wndermere Library. Participants
are encouraged to bring all types of
stitching projects, including cross-
stitch, needlepoint, crewel, quilting
and more. For more Information. call
407-877-1011.


Spring Fling at Windermere Union
Church April 7
Windermere Union Church Preschool will host a Spring Fling on
Friday, April 7, from 4-7 p.m. The festivities will include a silent
auction, as well as games, a cakewalk, bounce houses, a slide, con-
cessions, including snow cones, popcorn, food and much more. The
church is located at 436 Oakdale St. in Windermere. For more in-
formation, call 407-909-0464.



Garden Club plans white elephant sale
The Windermere Garden Club will Health Central Speakers Bureau on
hold its next regular monthly meeting the topic "Health Facts for Garden-
on Thursday, April 13, beginning with ers." .
coffee at 9:30 a.m. in Town Hall. For more information on the club
The program and meeting will be- or the meeting, call Sherry Smith at
gin at 10 a.m. and feature a white ele- 407-909-1309. New members are wel-
phant sale and presenters from the come at any time.


Great Wine Shootout will benefit Bob Allen Family Foundation


The community is invited to enjoy
an afternoon of wine tasting present-.
ed by Tim Varan, owner of Tim's
Wine Market, to benefit the Bob Allen
Family Foundation. The wines will
be paired with food selections to com-
plement every palette, and Varan and
his staff will be on hand to talk about
the wines and their histories.
The party will take place at the
home of Rollie Allen, 611 W. Second
Ave. in Windermere, on Sunday, April


30, from 3-6 p.m. There will be com-
plimentary valet parking. Tickets are
$125 each, and all guests must be 21
or older. The reservation deadline is
April 10: For more information, call C.
T. Allen at 407-876-1678 or e-mail to
TBAFFl@aol.com. The dress is
spring casual.
Wine will be available for purchase.
by the bottle or by the case at dis-
counted prices: All proceeds will ben-
efit Bob Allen Family Foundation.


Children's events scheduled at library


Storybook Fun for Your Little
,One is offered v eeklt at 12 Orange
County Library System locations,
including the Windermere Library:
Thursday at 11:15 a m.
These free programs are recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 and
younger, lasting about 20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories,
rhymes, songs and poetry. Groups,.
families and childcare providers arem
welcome to participate
Tin\ Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is presented Thursdays at
10:15 a.m. This program is espe-"
cially for infants from birth to 18
months and lasts approximately 20


minutes. The rhythm and repetition
of nursery rhymes are used to.in-
troduce very young children to lit-
*erature. The program is free and
scheduling is not necessa;uy.
Toddler Time is scheduled foi'
Thursday, at 1.0:45 a.m. This pro-
gram is especially for children ages
18-36 months and lasts approxi-
mately 20 minutes. The use of pic-
ture books, finger plays, songs, po-
etry, Mother Goose rhymes and
flannel board stories will encourage
the development of verbal and lis-
tening skills for physically active
children.
For more information on any of
these programs, call 407-876-7540.


Easter services at Windermere Union


Windermere Union Church, 436
Oakdale St., Windermere, is plan-'
ning the last Easter celebration in
its current location. The congre-
gation \%ill move to its nev\ loca-
,tion at 10710 Park Ridge Gothai
Road this summer.
On Palm Sunda%. April 9. there
w ill be a traditional service at 9
a.m. with a procession with indi-
viduals waving palm branches. The
church choir is preparing special
music for the occasion. At the 1
a.m. contemporarN service the
Praise Team \will present more,
modern Christian music directed
by Music Director Key in Harris.
The Good Friday service \"ill
take place April 14 at 7:30 p.m.,;


Service of prayer and
healing at Camp Ithiel
New Covenant Church of the
Brethren has scheduled its month-
ly service of prayer and healing for
Sunday. April 2. at 7 p.m. Persons
of all faith traditions are invited to
participate in the service that com-
bines traditional liturgy with a time
for testimonies and prayer requests.
This month's service will include
prayers for peace in individual Lives.
families, the community, the nation
and the world
SThe service will take place in the
chapel at Camp lthiel, 2037 Hempel
Ave. in Gotha.
For more information. call Pas-
tor Stephen Horrell at 407-375-
1617.


The youth group led by Steve
Case, the youth minister, will pre-
sent a somber and meditative ser-
vice that \x ill \\ alk the congregation
through Christs crucifixion. It will
show how darkness allows Chris-
tians to appreciate the light of East-
er.
There will be two services on
Easter, a traditional service at 9
a.m. and a contemporarN service
at 11 a.m. Both services will in-
clude inspirational music and com-
munion.
The community\ is invited to at-
tend all of these Easter season ob-
servances.
For more information, call 407-
876-2112


Windermere Union is site
for weekly Weight
Watchers meetings
Windermere Union Church. Unit-
ed Church of Christ. invites area res-
idents to participate in weekly W'eight
Watchers meetings. Visitors and mem-
bers can attend meetings at 8-30 a.m.
on Saturday for weigh-ins and then
stay for discussion sessions that last ap-
proximately 30-45 minutes. Ever\
week there is a new topic on nutrition.
activity, healthy habits and success-
es to celebrate. Indi\ iduals do not have
to join to attend.
For more information, call 1-800-
651-6000 or go to weight.watch-
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WO Jr. Service League Band Party raises funds for SW Cancer Relay
The band 'Anita Drink' recently performed at a party the home of Mark and Lori Gibson in Windermere to
raise funds to support the West Orange Junior Service League's team in the Southwest Relay For Life event.
The Relay will take place at Dr. Phillips High School April 7-8. Party guests included a crowd of WOJSL
members and friends. Pictured (I-r) are Stacey Dudley, drummer and vocalist; Kaleigh Brodie, bass play-
er and vocalist; Gail Oliphant, the WOJSL's Relay chairperson; Jill Towers, lead vocalist and guitarist; and
host Lori Gibson, member and past president of the WOJSL.


Rent booth space for Windermere Rotary Festival Among Lakes
The Windermere Rotary Club has 10 feet, and tents are welcome. ond and third places. The prizes are
started planning its annual community Cash prized for Best of Show ex- $300, $200 and $100, respectively.
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tary international is celebrating its
100th anniversary.
The festival will include a wake-
board competition, extensive boat
show, concessions, games, enter-
tainment and a charity art show spon-
sored by Cutting Edge Communica-
tions.
Local vendors,.crafters and artists
can reserve booth space by calling
Paula Abney at 407-877-6110, Ext.
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14A The West Orange Times Thursday, March 30, 2006


Dr. Phillips


Let's Eat celebrates grand opening
Let's Eat at 7601 Della.Drive, Suite 13, recently held a grand-opening
celebration that featured a ribbon-cutting ceremony with West Orange
Chamber ambassadors. The gourmet commercial kitchen provides 14
different nutritious entrees a month,for patrons to choose from. For
more information, book an appointment at www.letseatdinnei.com or call
407-345-0645 for more information. Pictured (l-r) are WO Chamber
ambassadors Rev. Tom Rutherford, Chesta Hembrooke, Anette Luck,
Joan Bailey, Pat Gleason, Lori Tyson and Ruth Grafton with. Let's Eat
owner Deborah Westbrook cutting the ribbon.


Pro player coaches YMCA basketball
Kyle Goonen and his team recently won the Dr. Phillips YMCA 2006 Win-
ter Basketball Tournament championship. Goonen is pictured with the
team's coach, Daunte Culpepper, quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings.


Local student named Good Citizen
The Orlando Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution
awarded its Good Citizen Award Katelynd Goonen on March 4. Barbara
LeMay presented the award to Goonen along with a $200 savings
bond. Goonen is a senior in the Edgewater High School Magnet Pro-
.gram and was recently inducted into the school's National Honor So-
ciety. She is currently applying to attend college in the fall.


Dr. Phillips Inc. adds 4 new team members


Kurt L. McLaughlin, Iris Moore,
Lisa Schummer and Tim Sam ha\e
recently joined Dr. Phillips Inc
As property manager. MlcLaughhn
oversees Dr. Phillips Inc. commercial
properties in Orlando. He has more
than 18 years of property management
expenence and most recently served
as vice president of management and
operations for Penn's Purchase Factory
Stores.
Moore and Schummer have joined
the company as leasing associates.
Moore previously worked as the prop-
erty and leasing manager for Emer-
son International Inc., where she was
responsible for leasing and managing
office space in Orlando. A graduate


of the University of Central Florida.
Moore is an Orlando native.
Prior to joining Dr. Phillips Inc..
Schummer served as marketing asso-
ciate for Colliers Arnold. She has ex-,
penence in industrial, office and re-
tail leasing and marketing. She holds
a Florida real estate license and a par-
alegal certificate.
Sam joins the accounting depart-
ment of Dr. Phillips Inc. He has
worked in the accounting profession
for more than 20 years and most re-
cently served as a controller for a
Florida charter school. A graduate of
the University of Indiana, Sam and
his family moved to Central Florida
three years ago.


Ammerman named to
Dr. Phillips Inc. board
Don R. Ammerman was recently
elected to serve as a director of the Dr.
Phillips Inc. Board of Directors.
Ammerman, is president of
ComTech Properties, real estate bro-
kerage and development company. He
was directly involved in the growth of
the Central Florida area that he served
at the city of Orlando's District 1 Com-
missioner for 10 years. He also chaired
the Orlando Growth Management
Committee and was a member of the
board of directors for the Greater Or-
lando Aviatiop Authority. Nationally,
he served on the'leadership training
council. for the National League of
Cities.
He has volunteered with several
Central Florida organizations over the
years, including serving on.the Foun-
dation Grant Review Committee of the
Howard Phillips Fund and the board
of Orlando Regional Healthcare Foun-
dation. He is a trained volunteer with
the Neo Natal Unit at Arnold Palmer
Hospital for Women and Children and
is also a certified special master for the
Orange County Circuit Court.
Ammerman is a graduate of Indiana
University with a Bachelor of Science
degree in real estate and marketing and
a MBA in real estate marketing and fi-
nance. He also completed postgraduate
studies at Harvard. University',s
. Kennedy School of Government.

Rotary District 6980
currently accepting
scholarship applications
Rotary International, Rotary District
6980 and local Rotary clubs are cur-
rently accepting applications for three
scholarship programs. Potential appli-
cants can dow nload forms and hand-
books at the wwia.rotarv.org Web site
under the tab for The Foundation and
then click on educational programs.
The programs currents available are
Peace Scholar, Grant for Universitl
Teacher and Ambassadorial Scholar.
The Peace Scholar program offers a
full master's degree award (two-year
program in international peace and
conflict resolution. This program is hot
available to Rotarians or their families.
The Grant for University Teacher
funds a half-year of teaching (three to
five months) in a lo\\ -income country
This program is open to Rotarians and
non-Rotarians.
The Ambassadorial Scholar program
is a\ ailable for undergraduate and grad-
uate study overseas and includes a full-
year award of $26,000 in U.S. dollars.
This program is not a\ ailable for Ro-
tarians or their families. .
For all of these programs. a local Ro-
tary club must sponsor or endorse the
applicant and act as a mentor. The
scholars must become familiar \ ith all
aspects of Rotary International and
serve as a goodwill ambassador for the
local community and country as the
study and work abroad.
The Ambassadorial Scholar and
Grant for University Teacher are fund-
ed by District 6980. and the Peace
Scholar is funded direct b\ the Rotary
Foundation.
The application deadline is Wednes-
da, Mlay 10. Interviews will be sched-
uled for Saturday. May 20, at the His-
toric Osceola County Courthouse, 3
Courthouse Square, Kissimmee
Applications should be mailed to
Debbie Apfelbaum. Weichert Realtors
SHallma k Properties, 1001 West Cher-
ry St., Suite B. Kissimmee, FL 34741.

See chocolate spring
delights in the making
at the SW Library
The community is invited to watch
Chef Tom Davis create chocolate
spring delights at the Southwest Li-
brary on Tuesday, April 4, from 7-8:30
p.m. Library patrons can watch the
chef work magic with chocolate and
then sample some of his sweet cre-
ations. For more information, call the
Southwest branch at 407-835-7323.


Janie Cook's Rose Bushes
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Jacqueline Jones to appear in
concert at Mall at Millenia
The Mall at Millenia will feature Jacqueline'Jones and her band in
its ongoing First Fridays concert series on April 7.
These free music events run from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on the first Friday
of each month outside the mall's main entrance.
Jones captivates her audience with her voice, wit and showmanship.
Her versatility as a singer, dancer and actress has led to engagements
in Las Vegas and Atlantic City and performances across the country
and aboard. Her spirited blend of jazz, rhythm and blues and contem-
porary music consistently delights her audiences whether,she is per-
forming in an intimate club or on the concert stage. She appeared be-
fore a television audience of more than 365 million people worldwide
when she sang the National Anthem for the opening ceremonies of
World Cup 1994.
-Concertgoers can purchase food from mall restaurants, including
Johnny Rockets, California Pizza Kitchen and Panera Bread. The con-
certs are sponsored by FM radio station WLOQ 103.1, Lake Nona
Golf and Country Club and Fountain Acura, and they feature model-
ing by Lisa Maile Image Modeling and Acting to highlight fashions from
the center's leading retailers.
For more information, call 407-363-3555.
tf ,


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 Re-
lay team and sign up to walk the sta-
dium track for one-hour periods
through the night. Each walker also
commits to raising $100 for the Re-
lay. To sign up, call.team leader Alice
Williams or the Chamber office at
407-656-1304.


Learn public-speaking
skills at Toastmasters
weekly meetings
Vista Toastmasters Club 7250 is
meeting weekly at the Southwest Li-
brary, 7255 Della Drive, off Dr.
Phillips Boulevard. Meetings take
place each Thursday from 6:45-8 p.m.
Guests and perspective members are
welcome at any time, and everyone is
encouraged to arrive early at 6:30 p.m.
to network and socialize.
Ne\w members are welcome, and
there is no charge. For more infor-
mation. go to
http: "\%\\v .rut.com \ ista.htm.
The purpose of the club is to help
members become better speakers and
leaders while e enjoying the process.
Toastmasters International is the
world's largest educational organiza-
tion devoted to communication and
leadership de\ elopment
For more information on the orga-
nization or specific meeting locauons.
call Joan at -07-654-3396.


Southwest Library hosts
events for kids
Storybook Fun for Your Little One
is offered weekly at 12 Orange Coun-
ty Library System locations, including
the Southwest Library Thursdays at
11:45 a.m.
These free programs are recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 and
younger, lasting about 20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories,
rhymes, songs and.poetry.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is presented Thursdays at
10:15 a.m. This program is especial-
ly for infants from birth to 18 months
and lasts approximately 15 minutes.
Groups, families and childcare
providers are welcome to participate.
Toddler Time is.offered Thursdays
at 10:45 and 11:15 a.m. This program
is especially for children from 18-36
months old and lasts approximately
20 minutes.
The use of picture books, finger
plays, songs, poetry, Mother Goose
rhymes and flannel board stories en-
courage the development of verbal
and listening skills for physically ac-
tive children


Mac All-Stars set dates
for 2006 tryouts
Boys and girls ages 4-18 are invit-
ed to tryout for the 2006 Mac All-Stars
cheerleading teams April 24-28.
The gym will hold pre-tryout clin-
ics April 17-21.
All-Star cheerleading combines
techniques from dance, tumbling and
cheerleading. The Mac All-Stars gym
is a large, air-conditioned, 20,000
square-foot facility, located at the cor-
ner of Kirkman Road and International
Drive. Mac All-Stars offers car-pool
opportunities and a large parent view-
ing area. In addition to cheerleading
programs, the gym also offers dance,
martial arts, tumbling, gymnastics and
exercise classes.
Mac All-Stars has sponsored re-
gional; state and national champi-
onship teams. Its programs emphasize
teamwork, dedication, healthy living,
responsibility, good sportsmanship,
leadership and critical thinking skills.
For more information and specific
times for tryouts, go to www.macall-
stars.com or call 407-352-0001. The
gym is located at 5230 Vanguard St.,
Orlando.

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 fictional
works by author Carl Hiaasen, includ-
ing histitles for young readers, Hoot aid
Flush on April 18. Participants can
choose any of Hiaasen's works.
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/?'

Republicans to meet

The Southw est Orange County Re-
publicans meet the fourth MNonday of
the month at 7:30 p.m. at J.J. \hispei-s.
'4732 Kirkman-Road. Orlando. For
more information, call 407-903-5031
or send an e-mal to. bgopi.cfl.rr.com.
The group registers voters and en-
courages voters to help elect candi-
dates.


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Thursday, March 30, 2006 The West Orange Times 15A



Social


Riker-Bogen
Mr. and Mrs. Brent Riker of Win-
dermere announce the engagement of
their daughter, Mary Caroline Wolcott,
to Christopher Brian Bogen, son of
Mr.' and Mrs. Brian Bogen of St.
Cloud.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of the
First Academy in Orlando and is cur-
rently attending the University of
Central Florida, pursuing a degree in
hospitality management.
Chris graduated from Gateway
High School in Kissimmee and re-
ceived his bachelor's degree in psy-
chology from the University of Cen-
tral Florida. He is currently the athletic
director and head basketball coach at
Foundation Academy in Winter Gar-
den.
Both are active members at South-


engagement
west Alliance Church, where they
lead a middle school Bible study to-
gether.
Mary had just returned from a one-
month mission trip to Hungary when
Chris proposed to herin Tampa at Six
Tables Restaurant on Aug. 13, 2005,
exactly six months after their first
date. An engagement party was giv-
en in their honor on Oct. 1 at Story
Pointe on Lake Butler, with close
family members attending.
The wedding is planned for June
24. The ceremony will take place at
the First Baptist Church of Winter
Garden, with a reception following
at the Ballroom at Church Street in
downtown Orlando.
The couple will honeymoon in New
York City.


- JENNIFER AND BRAD


Creech-Lomneck engagement


Bill and Shern Creech of Ocoee
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Jennifer Morgan. to
Bradley James Lomneck. the son of
James and Jeannie Lomneck of Or-
lando.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
West Orange High School and cur-
rently attends Valencia Community

,-WOHS Class of 1996:
The West Orange High School Class
'f 1996 holding its 10- ear reurnon
.ug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Orange
pCount\ National Golf Center and
'LoIdge. For more information, call Jill
,at 352-243-4619.

i4akeview High
:Class of 1954
., The Lakeview High School Class
*of 1954 d ill hold its 52nd-year reunion
meetingng April 8 from 6-10 p.m. at
,Linter Garden Pizza Company in
do\\ ntown Winter Garden. For details.
call Glenda Martin at 407-293-7938
Sor Nadine Kannon at 407-656-4271.

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4 April 22 and is still looking for three
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in Leesburg.
Brad is a graduate ofLyman High
School and is currently employed at
Huttig Building Products in Daven-
port. .
The wedding ceremony will take
place May 13 at Tanner Hallin Win-
ter Garden.

LHS Class of '52
The Class of 1952 at Lakeview'
High School is planning its annual
spring break at the Ddlard House in
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Visit downtown
W.G. museums
Downtown Winter Garden has sev-
eral museums honoring the city's his-
tory. The Winter Garden Heritage
Museum is at I N. Main St. There is
no admission. For information or to
schedule a tour for large groups, call
407-656-5544. The Winter Garden
History Center is downtown n on West
Plant Street. For information, call
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Railroad Museum is at 101 S. Bo.d
St.
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Winter Garden Masonic Lodge 165
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Sweetie
fruit in the local orange groves. She
also spent many decades doing do-
mestic work for the Stevenson fam-
ily of Winter Garden.
Her life was one long adventure of
taking care of people. She gave birth
to four boys and two girls: Isabella
Colquitt lives in Winter Garden;
Mary F. Williams lives in Toledo,
Ohio; and the only surviving son,
Norris Thompson, resides in Bain-
bridge, Ga. Her three deceased sons
were all Winter Garden residents:
Arthur McMillian, Mazzaro McMil-
lian and Willie Curry.
Sweetie's family includes 20
'grandchildren, 38 great-grandchil-
dren and 19 great-great-grandchil-
dren.
In addition to raising her own six
children, she was also a strong in-
fluence in the upbringing of the
Stevensons' two children, Shirley
Smith and the late Claude "Russ"
Stevenson, and was always there for
Shirley's daughter, Kim Rose, as
well.
"She has been my .black mama
since I was bom 59 years ago," Smith
said during the tributes to Sweetie.
The two were both born March 18.
"She always walked with the truth of



Ocoee
barbecue grills, bicycles, toys'and
swing sets.
In addition, when the city takes
over the recycling; Zaitooni propos-
es unlimited recycling collection. Ex-
tra material can be placed on top of
the recycling bin in clear plastic bags.
'"We encourage citizens to recy-.
cle," he told the commission.
The addition of optional services
will be decided b\ the elected offi-
cials. These options include paying
extra for additional containers, extra
bag pickup and special 48-hour pick-
up.
The proposed changes t0 the ordi-
nance covering Ocoee's solid \ aste
ser\ ice will be brought back to the
commission at an upcoming meeting
for a final decision.
About halfway through the meet-
ing, City Manager Rob Frank an-
nounced that after a presentation by'
him and other city staff at the Orange
Counr Board of Commissioners on
March 21. the counts officials unan-
umously appros ed Ocoee's first Com-
munity Redevelopment, Agency
tCRAI for the West Colonial
Dri e/Maguire Road area. The stage
is no\\ set to begin w ork on the CRY,
including naming a committee to help:
oversee the collection of tax funds
and the improve events to this area of
the citr.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
agreed to fund a new television



Windermere
the Kosta Holdings properties.
During a special meeting last Thurs-
day, the council inter ie\wed repre-
sentatives from two firms to help with
this process and other building code is-
sues.
After discussion, the council voted
unanimously authorizing Town lan-
ager Ceciia Bemier to hire B&H Con-
sultants of Clermont, a planning and
engineering firm. after first checking
references and obtaining firm pricing
and defining the scope of work Janet
Slhira of Ocoee and her husband. Jim.
are the tw o principals in the company.
He is a professional civil engineer \w ho
designed the \ ater and sewer master
plan for the city of Ocoee. and she is
professional planner who previously
worked as a planner for the city of
Ocoee for 17 years. Nearly 100 percent
of the firm's business is with munic-
Ipalities. Janet Shira told the council
B&H currently works for the towns
of Hoswey-in-the-Hills. Mascotte and
Edgeswater. providing sert ices simi-
lar to those required in Windermere.
Janet Shira told council members
that B&H would "'become an extension
of your staff' and said the firm's
schedule is flexible enough to include
at least one day a \week for projects in
Windermere.
Town Attorney Cliff Shepard told
Shira the town "'has a woefully inad-
equate mechanism to pay for growth.
We need to figure out ways to cap-
ture the cost of growth," he said.
Slhepard said the town needs a fee
schedule for stormwater and trans-
portation impact fees.
On another matter, the council dis-
cussed inconsistencies \ ith the PLUD


ordinance. The ordinance refers to de-
sign.guidelines that were adopted in
March 2004 instead of an amended
and.mote restrictive set of architec-
turalt guidelines adopted in July: 2004.
To6vn'staff has been giving devel-
opers the July 2004 design guidelines.
Sand the conceptual plan submitted by
Kost'a'Holdings was prepared ac-
cording to those.standards.
Last week. the council discussed


Christ in her heart.
"Without her we wouldn't be who
we are today," said Smith. "She has
been an inspiration to this whole
town."
Rose also had kind words to say
about "Anarie," the name she gave
Sweetie when she couldn't say"Aunt
Marie" as a child. Sweetie was a
mainstay in the family home, even-
tually serving as caregiver to the el-
der Stevensons too.
Four generations of family paid
tribute to the much-loved woman fol-
lowing a buffet-style meal: son Nor-
ris; who was raised in Georgia but
considers Winter Garden his.home;
her grandson, Emmanuel Brown,
who was bornin Winter Garden and
lived here until he was 15; a great-
granddaughter, 12-year-old Terriva
Williams; and 7-year-old great-great-
grandson Anthony Osley.
The simple expressions ofthe two
youngest speakers summed it up best.
"It's. a blessing that Little Mama
made it to 100," Williams said.
"She's a blessing, and I love her."
Osley echoed that sentiment:
"She's my favorite grandmother.
She's so sweet, and I love her."
Sweetie received gifts fiomi a num-




broadcasting system for OGTV
Channel 21, a 360 System that will
cost $10,155 and be digitized to al-
low televisions shows to.be pro-
grammed by a laptop. This would
eliminate the need for VHS tape.
approved the termination and ear-
ly release, of the contract \ ith Onyx
Waste Services for )ard and bulk'
waste. The city is expecting delis ery
of yard-waste trucks next month and
n ill perform this service in-house.
approved a traffic enforcement
agreement for the Crestwood
Heights subdil\ision to give the
Ocoee Police Department the au-
thority to enforce traffic law s on the
prism ate roads inside the gated com-
munity. a .
accepted the 2005 audit report
from Elden McDermit. C.P.A.. who
Sold the elected officials that the city
continues to grow' at a healthy rate,
i ,th a population now at almost
31,000 as compared to 19,000 in
1996. He commended the cir 's high-
quality reporting methods and man-
agement of debts.
received the quarter financial
report from Finance Director Wan-
da Horton, \who ad\ ised the officials
that revenues are being collected as
anticipated for all city funds and ex-
penditures are being closely moni-
tored and are within expected ranges.
approved the proposal by Pro-
fessional Engineering Consultants
for design ser\ ices for the first phase





the differences in the t\w o sets of stan-
dards and voted unamnmously to
amend the PUD ordinance to include
the design guidelines adopted in July.
The council was dissatisfied w ith a
section of the July standards dealing
with building height. There are other
differences bet\\een the July and
March guidelines, but this was the
most. controversial item.
'The council suggested that Shira
would inherit the challenge of tu ing
to negotiate this height issue \ ith de-
veloper Azzouz.
In other business, at its meeting
March 14. the council:
unanimously appro ed a conflict-
of-interest policy for contractors and
to\ n employees.
discussed a job description for a


(Continued from front page)

ber of elected officials. Winter Gar-
den Mayor Jack Quesinberry pre-
sented her with a framed proclama-
tion in recognition of her century of
life, and Winter Garden Police Chief
George Brennan gave her a congrat-
ulatory letter. There were also letters
from Rep. Corrine Brown, Rep. Ric
Keller, Sen. Daniel Webster and Sen.
Bill Nelson.
McMillian-Arold has been an ac-
tive member for many years of Beth-
lehem Missionary Baptist Church,
faithfully serving in the choir, the
Women's Missionary Society, Sun-
day school, the Baptist Training
Union and Golden Age Fellowship.
She still frequently attends services.
Pastor C.R. Taylor attended the
celebration and spoke fondly of
Sweetie: "She has been an example
to' the women in our church. If only
Ponce de Leon could see her and find
what the fountain of youth really is.
She still moves pretty swiftly for 100
years of age." ,
"If you could know how I feel
about this crowd here today," Sweet-
ie said. "I don't'feel like I'm that age.
I feel like I could run."
And that room full of people had
faith that she could.


(Continued from front page)

of improvements to Bluford Avenue
from Magnolia Street to Lakeview
Avenue (approximately 1,800 linear
feet). The proposal includes widen-
ing the street, improving intersec-
tions and stormwater and utility sys-
tems and the designing of pedestrian-
Sfriendly features, according to Pub-
lic Works Director Zaitooni. The fee
for final design and permitting of the
project is $231,627.
approved hiring Orlando Paving
Co. to do the work of rehabilitating
and resurfacing Clarke Road from.
White Road to West Colonial Drive
at an estimated cost of $385,084.70:
approved the purchase of a
stormnwater pollution removal struc-
ture for Starke Lake from CDS Tech-
nologies for $43,350. This project 'i
funded by the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission.
granted w\aiers from the city's
Land De\elopment Code for the
Steak N Shake small-scale site plan
proposed for a fast-food restaurant
on \'est Colonial Drive west of the
Chick-fil-A near the Wal-Mart Su-
perCenter, The waiverss include a re-
duction in the east and rear land-
scaping buffers.
agreed to the early retirement op-
tion window for city employees with
more than 30 years of service with-
out being subject to the age-penalty
provision for retiring before age 60.
granted Ocoee High School $600
for its time-capsule project.


(Continued from front page)

new staff position of project manag-
er. The council asked the town man-
ager to research and recommend a
salary and budgeting plan for the po-
sition at next month's meeting. The
town manager \will include cost esti-
mates for pro% iding an office for this
employee.
approved a proposal for design en-
gineering services with Professional
Engineering Sei vices for a roundabout
at Maguire Road and Park Avenue.to
address traffic issues at Windermere
Elementary School. The town \would'
like to install the roundabout this sum-
mer; ho\\ever, downto\'n project
manager Don Greer speculated that
the \work might hase to be postponed
until sununer next ear if the planning
and surveying is not done quickly


Rotary
(Continued from front page)

on Monday, April 3, on the Web site,
www.protocolessentials.com/festi-
val.htm.
Entrance to the festival is free both
days, but car parking on the OUC
grounds is $5 per vehicle. Proceeds
from the event will go to Florida Chil-
dren's Home and Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation. Over the past five years,
the Windermere Rotaryhas raised
more than $185,282 for community
charities and vocational service projects
through this annual event. Past bene-
ficiaries include Coalition for the
Homeless, Eagle Scouts, Edgewood
Children's Ranch, Florida Children's
Home, Four-Way Test Essay Contest,
West Orange Habitat for Humanity,
Interact, Health Central School Nurse
Program, Michelee Puppets, Mustard
Seed, Oakland Nature Preserve, Or-
lando Area Rowing Society, Princeton
House School, Roper YMCA, RYLA
Scholarships, Shepherd's Hope, town
of Windermere, West Orange Chris-
tian Service Center, West Orange
High School Aquatic Boosters, West
Orange High School football and Win-
dermere Old School building.


Ludwig wins
chess competition
Daniel Ludw ig of \Wintei Garden
was awarded the championship plaque
at the recent 2006 Masters Chess
Championship. After nine rounds of
chess in Hendersonville, N.C., five
players were above the other 43 with
a score of 6.5 points. Tie-breaks
bumped Ludwig into the winner's po-
sition.
Players from 15 states and five
countries competed in the event.
The national chess championship
\\as under the direction of Ke\in
Hyde. and the associated affiliate \ as
the Greater Henderson Counry Home
School of Chess.
Daniel is the son of Howard~and
Claire Lud\w ig of W\inter Garden


W.G. e-mail newsletter
To receive a free monthly\ infor-
mational e-new'sletter from the Win-
ter Garden Recreation Department,
residents can register their e-mail ad-
dresses at the citi's Web site at
www.cwgdn.com.
Call the rec office at 407-656-4155
for niore information.

Support theater
renovation process
The W'inter Garden Heritage Foun-
dation is restoring the old i 1935)
movie theater at 160 W. Plant St. A
capital campaign has been estab-
lished. and donations are being ac-
cepted. Donor caids are available at
the Winter Garden History Center.
32 W Plant St.
For more information, call 407-
656-3244.

Sign up for Head Start
Meals are available at no charge to
children enrolled in the Head Start
program in Orange County. Locally.
the program is at Malxey Elementary
School. 1100 E. Maple St.. Winter
Garden.
For information, call 407-836-
6590.


Wi nter Garden (Continued from frontage)


Clark went on to explain why he felt
he could no longer serve the city.
"Under the rules of professional con-
duct of The Florida Bar, it is accord-
ingly no longer ethically appropriate
for me to continue to providelegal ad-
vice and counsel to the City Commis-
sion because of the hostility directed at
me' by my client," Clark wrote. "Addi-
tionally...it is no longer ethically ap-
propriate for me to represent the City
Commission because it is highly like-
ly that I will be bringing a legal cause
of action against one commissioner,
and I will be addressing the behavior
of that commissioner's attorney in an-
other forum."
Although he has not been officially
dismissed by a vote of the City Com-
mission, Clark expressed his belief that
he had been constructively terminated
by the city.
"Under the circumstances, I believe
that the attorney-client relationship be-
tween Winter Garden's elected offi-
cials and me has been unilaterally ter-
minated by Winter Garden," Clark ex-
plained.
The former city attorney added that
he deeply regretted the manner in which
his relationship with the city had end-
ed. Clark did not respond to an interview
request from The West Orange Times.
When asked whether Clark had re-
signed or been terminated, City Man-
ager Michael Bollhoefer said it was
subject to legal interpretation's. Boll-
hoefer added that he spoke with Clark
and w as extremely disappointed over the
matter..
"I was shocked when I heard the
newss." Bollhoefer said. "I talked to
Gerry, and he told me that Rod
[Reynolds'] attorney. Fred O'Neal, had
verbally attacked him on the [Doug]
Guetzloe radio show regarding his in-


terpretation of the election laws.
"Furthermore, he [Clark] told me that
Reynolds came into his office Thursday
and verbally attacked him regarding
the same issue," Bollhoefer continued.
"Gerry was a very knowledgeable and
,personable attorney, and I hate to see
him leave."
Reynolds confirmed that he visited
Clark's office last Thursday afternoon
for about three minutes, but he provid-
ed a different account of what took
place.
"I spoke to Mr. Clark but I don't
think he was referring to me [in the
memo]," Reynolds said. "Our conver-
sation was neither hostile or threaten-,
ing."
Reynolds added that, in his opinion,
parts of the memo concerning the al-
leged actions of a "commissioner's at'-'
torney" were inaccurate. The memo'
never identified the attorney by name:
When questioned by the Times Mon-
day, Reynolds named O'Neal in refer-
ence to the attorney who was the sub-'
ject of Clark's memo. Reynolds said
O'Neal did not make the slanderous-
statements alleged by Clark.
"I contacted Mr. O'Neal, and he de-"
nied making those statements [on the
air]," he said.
Reynolds added that he was very sur-
prised to learn of Clark's departure.
"It's very bizarre, very hard to un-
derstarnd." Reynolds said.
SFrank Bedell, who served as interim-
city attorney for several months after
the dismissal of Rubio, or another at-
torney from the Winderweedle firm
will likely be sitting in the city attor-:
ney's chair at the next CityCommission
meeting, according to Bollhoefer. How'
the city will proceed with finding a new'
attorney, Bollhoefer said, will be de-
termined b\ the elected officials


R ela (Continued from front page).
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Kids. The.luminaria ceremony is at 9 contest and a performance b\ the Beu-
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bags around the track are Iit and all The closing ceremony is at 11 a.m.
other lights are turned off. The talent Saturday.
contest begins at 10, and a sca enger Volunteers are still needed for all
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Thursday, March 30, 2006 The West Orange Times


17A


Trattoria D'Urbino Italian Grill becoming a neighborhood favorite


By Mary Anne Swickerath

A long-empty restaurant space at
the corner of Clarke and Silver Star
roads in Ocoee is now filled with the
warm and welcoming Trattoria
D'Urbino Italian Grill, and neighbor-
hood residents have already adopted
it as their own.
"The response we've had is so nice,"
said Franco Calabrese, who is an own-
er of the new restaurant, along with
Victor L. Gonzalez, who is the chef, and
Santos Rivera.
"Everyone who comes in says they
live just around the corer," laughed
Calabrese. "I've got togo find that cor-
ner."
The owners are pleased with the fact
that the local customers who have
made their first visit to Trattoria
D'Urbino keep coming back to try
more items on the extensive menu.
And the owners feel it is their -re-
sponsibility to be good neighbors
themselves. Although only open for a
few weeks, they've already support-
ed activities at Citrus Elementary,
where they've signed up to be a Part-
ner in Education.
"We want to be known for doing
good things, not just for taking mon-
ey," said Calabrese.
The restaurant offers the classic Ital-
ian dishes done extremely well, in-
cluding veal piccata, chicken parmi-
giana, a selection of pastas, pizza, cal-
zones, panini (made with high-quali-
ty,foccacia), soups and salads.
Calabrese, who is in charge of the
dining room. encourages diners to try
some of the more unusual dishes, such
as ravioli all funghetto (ravioli stuffed
with shitake mushrooms and tossed in
a rosemary mushroom cream sauce
with diced tomatoes) or scallopine all
granchio (tender veal cooked in a
brandy cream sauce with lump crab
meat tarragon and served with as-
paragus).
Seafood selections include grilled
salmon. scampi and fritti di mare (a
medley of fish, .lams. mussels. shrimp
and calamari cooked in a zesty mari-
nara sauce with brandy served over
linguine).
A standout pizza I cannot resist is
the delicious al pesto conpollo, topped
with mozzarella cheese, pesto, slices of
fresh tomatoes. chicken and gor-
gonzola cheese.
About the restaurant's pizza, Cal-
abrese said, "You try it once, then you
come back for more."
The fresh desserts are all made on the
premises, and those featured are
tiramisu, chocolate mousse, cheese-


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Chef Victor L. Gonzalez, left, and Franco Calabrese are 2 of the own-
ers of Trattoria D'Urbino Italian Grill newly opened in Ocoee. The third
partner is Santos Rivera.


cake, cannoli, creme brul6e, prof-
iteroles and panna cotta.
The wine list also makes Trattoria
D'Urbino special.
'Our wines come from small winer-
ies in Italy that have very small pro-
duction," explained Calabrese. "There-
fore, our wine list changes from month
,to month."
The restaurant serves nine wines by
the glass and approximately 25 by the
bottle, all of which offer customers an
authentic taste of Italy.
The restaurant is open Monday
through Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and from 5-10 p.m. Saturday hours are-
5-10 p.m and on Sunday the hours
are noon to 9 p.m.
Caabrese himself is fiom Ban. Ital,.
Sand came to Central Florida to \ ork at
the Alfiedo'% of Rome restaurant at
Epcot (after a stint as a New York City
cab drii er i. Fellow owners Gonzalez
iwho has owned the popular Cafe
D'Urbino in Apopka for the past five
years) and Rivera are originally from
Puerto Rico but know their way w ith
Italian food.
Chef Gonzalez. \\ho has lived in Or-
lando since 1982, has 29 years of clas-
sicItalian cooking experience, having


originally trained with a family from
Naples in their Boston restaurant.
"From the first, I learned the old
style of what Italian food is about," he
said.
He continued his education by work-
ing with some of the-best Italian chefs
in Orlando. He is proud of the quality
and authenticity of the food in his new
venture, and he wants more people to
discover this restaurant.
He credits the success of his Apop-
ka restaurant and his ability to branch
out with the new restaurant to his wife,
Brenda, who takes charge in Apopka
when he is working in Ocoee.
"She is my best partner," he said of
her. "I couldn't do it without her."
The owners want Tranona D'Urbino
to be known as a place that offers fam-
ily-orientedfun (complete with an eco-
nomically priced children's menu).
"If you provide good food and good
attention, you have fun." said Cale-
brese.
It certainly won't be long before din-
ers from miles out of the neighbor-
hood will begin discovering Trattoria
D'Urbino and become regulars at that
Ocoee comer and get in on die fun and
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Members of the West Orange High School choir joined hands last Thurs- died in an automobile crash. The choir members joined more than 300 stu-
day at the Manheim Florida Auto Auction and sang a song written in mem- dents from WOHS, Dr. Phillips, Ocoee and Olympia high schools who par-
ory of a former WOHS classmate and choir member, Erica Carr, who recently ticipated last Thursday and Friday in the Driving Skills for Life program.


Local teens learn Driving Skills for Life


By Michael Laval

Members of the West Orange High family continued the healing pro-
cess last week of recovering from the loss of five students who all died
in automobile accidents within the last six months.
About 75 WOHS students participated last Thursday in Driving
.Skills for Life,'a program established by the Ford Motor Co. and the
Governors Highway Safets Association to help teens develop the
skills necessary\ for safe driving beyond what is usually taught in
standard driver's education classes.
More than 300 students t or \V'est Orange. Dr. Phillips. Ocoee
and Olympia high schools p. r icipated in the program last Thursday
through Friday at the Manheim Florida Auto Auction in Ocoee. Ac-


companies by professional driving instructors, local teens sat in the
driver's seats of Ford Mustangs and other vehicles and maneuvered
through courses that simulated potentially dangerous driving situa-
tions.
The experience was designed to help young drivers improve their
skills in hazard recognition, vehicle handling, space management
and speed management. Those four areas are considered by experts
to be ci itical factors in more than 60 percent of teen vehicle crashes.
Motor \ chicle accidents are the leading cause of death among 15-
20-year-olds in the United States. according to the National High-
way Traffic Safety Administration.
Community leaders such as Ocoee Mayor Scott Vandergrift, Win-
dermere Mayor Gary Bruhn, Winter Garden Police Chief George


Brennan, Ocoee Police Chief Steve Goclon and others joined West
Orange teachers, administration and the school choir Thursday morn-
ing in remembering the five WOHS students who lost their lives.
The choir provided a moving performance of a song written in
memory of former choir member Erica Carr.
Moments later, West Orange Principal Dr. Dan Buckman joined,the
choir in the shadow of a billboard bearing the faces and names of
Brett Dashnaw, Carr, Nick Derepentigni. and Adryan Shilling (four
of the five students killed) and offered a prayer.
The billboard, which will be placed along West Colonial Drive in
Winter Garden. encourages motorists to drive safely.
For more information on Driving.Skills for Life, log onto \\\~ .driv-
ingskillsforlife.com.


Eric Carr, whose daughter
was among five West Or-
ange High students to lose
their lives in vehicle crashes
within the past six months,
discussed the importance
last Thursday of programs
like Driving Skills for Life.


West Orange High senior
Andrew Motes sits behind
the wheel moments before
driving through a hazard
recognition course last
Thursday.

Photos by
Michael Laval


Local high school students were given the opportunity to take vehicles through driving skills courses
while accompanied by a professional driving.instructor. The courses (above and below) were de-


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Sports


Walk for Autism Research
Autism Speaks is hosting its inaugural Central Florida Walk for Autism
Research on April 29. Andrew Inches, logistics chairperson, recruited
teams at the Roper YMCA. The group is expecting 1,000 people to at-
tend the 1-mile walk and festival at Blue Jacket Park (near Baldwin
Park) in Orlando. The money raised will go toward increasing autism
research and awareness. For information on the walk, call 866-441-
6227 or visit autismwalk.org/orlando.


DP softball signing
Dr. Phillips High senior softball star Danielle Perrotti signed a scholar-
ship recently to play at Palm Beach Atlantic University. She will join
the Sailfish as a catcher next season.


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Pierzynski, Bolt to be inducted
into DPHS Athletic Hall of Fame


Dr. Phillips High School will pay trib-
ute to two of its former sports stars by in-
ducting them into the DP Athletic Hall
of Fame.
A.J. Pierzynski, a 1994 graduate, will
join fellow former Panther basbaall play-
ers Johnny Damon, Brian Barber, Bran-
iff Bonaventure and Coach Danny Al-
lie in the school's Hall of Fame. As a
senior at DP, Pierzynski earned all-state
honors and set school records for hits,
home runs and RBIs in a single season.
The Minnesota Twins drafted
Pierzynski in the third round of the 1994
Major League Baseball draft. Last year,'
he started at catcher for the World Series
Champion Chicago White Sox. Pierzyn-
ski has continued to be active in the Pan-
ther baseball program.
Nicole Bolt (Class of 2000) was a
four-year letterman for the Dr. Phillips
swimming and diving team. She won
back-to-back state championships in
1998-99 and was a four-time NISCA
All-American. In her senior year, Bolt
earned the title of Orange County Swim-
mer/Diver of the Year. She was also a
two-time nominee for Central Florida
Female Athlete of the Year.
Bolt continued her athletic career at the
University of Florida, where she earned
All-Southeastern Conference honors and
placed among the top two in 17 of 21
dual meets.
The Dr. Phillips Athletic Hall.of
Fame, located inside the.g mnnasiu m
hallway, is undergoing renovations that
should be completed by July 30. All 29
members of the hall will have plaques
bearing their pictures and accomplish-
ments hanging on the wqll.
With a majority of its starters return-
ing from last year's 14-1 team, the Dr.
Phillips varsity flag football team
opened its season last week with a 19-0
victory over Oak Ridge. The Lady Pan-
ther defense dominated throughout the
game. Nlarkia Moblev scored the game's
first points b) returning an interception
50 yards for a touchdown. An extra-
point kick by Jamie Worth ga'e Dr.
Phillips an early 7-0 lead
With Oak Ridge threatening just be-
fore half time. DP's Dara Boudreau
broke up a fourth down pass at the 6-
yard line. With less than a minute re-
maining. Tara Santiago punched it in
with a quarterback sneak to go ahead
13-0 at the break.
After a scoreless third quarter. Santi-
ago connected with semor v ide recei\ -
er Marxy Butler on a 35-yard touchdown
pass to seal the victory.
The Lady Panthers suffered their first
loss since 2004 by falling 12-6 to Har-
mony last week. DP tied the score at 6-
6 on a 20-\ ard rouchdos n pass from
Jewelle Grimsley to Boudreau. Harmo-
ny scored again for the final margin.
Both Harmony scores came as the re-
sult of penalties in which a DP player
made illegal contact with the Harmony
ball carrier. Dr. Phillips Athletic Direc-
tor John Magrino said the rules state dl-
legal contact should result in a 10-yard
penalty. Officials. though, awarded
touchdown ns to Harmony on both occa-
sions.
"The officials association had been
contacted, as \\ as the FHSA., and the
officials association has just admitted
that the rulings were incorrect and there
are no rules stAutng such a penalty," la-
grino said.
The outcome of the game, he added.
cannot be overturned.
Nlobley finished the Harmony game
i ith 7 pulled flags and 4 pass breakups.
Boudreau caught 3 passes and made an
interception on defense. Martha Taboas
'collected 5 pulls and broke up 4 passes.
The DPjunior varsity flag football


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team also kicked off its season with an
impressive shutout of Oak Ridge last
week, winning 20-0. Quarterback Sum-
mer Jenkins dro\ e the offense 75 yards
in the first quarter and scored on a 10-yard
touchdown n pass to Dunia Aburish. Brey-
ona Bolden added the e\tra point for a
7-0 lead.
The Lady Panther defense provided a
score in the second quarter when Ryann
Frost picked off a pass and returned it 35
yards for a touchdown. Quarterback Cas-
sandra Maloney closed out the scoring
in the fourth quarter with a short touch-
down pass to Aburish.
The J.V. flag football team defeated
Harmony 7-0 last week. Maloney start-
ed at quarterback in place of an injured
Jenkins to lead the Lady Panthers to vic-
tory. Freshman Jesily Ruiz scored the
game's lone touchdown on a 65-yard
reverse with less than three minutes to
play. Bolden kicked successful extra
point. Brittany Dumbleton recorded an
interception and a pass breakup, while
Latifat Oginni made 2 sacks
The Dr. Phillips junior varsity girls
tennis team improved its season record
to 3-1 last neek by defeating ri\al
Olympia 7-1. Meaghan Reardon (8-6),
Rachel Conv aN 18-31. Lauren Smith i8-'
1 Hilary Good .8-1) and Alyssa Lica-
ta i8-0) each rolled to victories in sin-
gles competition.
In doubles play. Con\ ay and Good
prevailed 6-0. while Licata and Kelly
Strandberg lost their No. 2 doubles
match Jessica Sunga and Nleggan
Wright won their doubles match 6-2
The Panther varsity baseball team
competed last week at the Orlando Base-
ball Classic at Tinker Field and fell 11-
I to Royal Palm Beach. Jeff Winder
went 1 for 2 at the plate wlth an RBI.
The Panthers (8-81 took seventh place
in the 16-team tournament after beating
Lipscomb. Tenn. 8-4. Freshman pitch-
er Phillip Weidman picked up 4 strike-
outs in six and one-third innings. Chns
Wilkes blasted a 2-run home run. w while
Bryan Nelson connected for a triple to
knock in 2 runs Sean Haggert record-
ed the save in relief of Weldman.
Chris Nordmann and Vincent Rose
combined on a 4-hitter as the DPjunior
varsity baseball team beat Pine Castle
Christian 6-3. Mark Nelson went 3 for
4 at the plate, w while Ricky Schw arz w as
2 for 2 and lan Wilhelm went 2 for 3 Ed-
die Nelcer. Nordmann. Rose and Trevor
Paschal added singles to help improve the
J.V. team's season record to 4-6.
The Lady Panther varsity fastpitch
softball team entered this week with a
four-game w inning streak. Dr. Phillips
(6-7) rallied last week to defeat rival
West Orange 6-4.
DP made a splash early by scoring 3
runs in the first inning. Cheryl Snyder and
Danielle Perrotti both opened the game
by reaching base on errors. Following
a Kristin Brewer walk, Susie Stimmel
singled in 2 runs. Kristen Jesse followed
with a squeeze-play bunt to score Stm-
mel.
By the final inning. West Orange had
built a 4-3 lead. A lead-off line drive by
Jesse. followed by a Katrina Keirsted
bunt. led to Jesse scoring on a wild
throw. Jennifer Tordi laid down anoth-
er bunt to score the game-winning run.
A base hit by Snyder scored Tordi for the
final margin. Tordi also pitched for the
complete-game victory
The Panther varsity boys volleyball
team improved to 7-1 on the season by
beating Cypress Creek last week. Tan-
ner Wright recorded 20 assists, while
DannN Baker had 9 kills and 4 blocks.
The DP junior varsity boys volley-
ball team swept Cypress Creek 25-14.
25-19 last week The J.V. Panthers were
led by the play of Taylor Larson and
Jarol Lao.
Chris Warren of the Dr. Phillips var-
sity boys track team won the high jump
event last week at Lyman High with a
leap of 6 feet. 2 inches Ryan Dey cut
five seconds off his personal best in the
1,600 meters and dropped six seconds off
his personal best in the 800 meters Mar-
tv Carr and Emanuel Thornton both ran
sub-50-second legs on the 4x400 relay
race.
Latifat Oginni stood out for the DP
varsity girls track team by running a
62-second leg in the 4x400 relay.


Lady Warriors crush Freedom
Freshman Michelle Hassan of the West Orange High varsity girls
lacrosse team races downfield during last week's victory over Free-
dom.


Members of the West Orange and Freedom girls lacrosse teams line
up before play begins at WOHS.


Pop Warner
registration
starts Saturday
Registration for the West Orange
Wildcats Pop Warner football and
cheerleading program begins this Sat-
urday, April I, for those who are re-
turning for another season. Registra-
tion is from 9 a.m. to I p.m.
Sign-ups for new players and cheer-
leaders is Saturday, April 8. also from
9 a.m. to I p.m.
Both take place at the Winter Gar-
den Sports Complex at Walker Field
on Park A\enue. The cost is $100 for
cheerleaders and $125 for football
players.
Coaches and \ volunteers are need-
ed for the season For more informa-
tion, callCathi Britton at 407-427-
0092 or send, an e-mail to
wowcheer@aol.com. x


Dance and cheer camp
Saturday afternoon
The Orlando Predators Prowlers.
dance team of the Aiena Football
League will host its annual dance and
cheer camp Saturday at the Jewish
Community Center from 3.30-6:30
p.m The camp is for children from 6-
16 years old .
Camp attendees n ill also partici-
pate in a performance with the
Prowlers at halftime of a Predators
game Sunday. The cost of the camp'
is $35 pei person or $30 each for more
than one child Participants will re&
ceive one ticket to Sunday's Preda-
tors game and a limited edition'
Prowlers 2006 dance camp T-shirt.
For more information, call 407-447-
3322.


Classes at Winter Garden Rec

The It'inter Garden Recreation Department offers activitiesfor chil-
dren and adults. Fmo moirev ,inrmation, call the rec office at 407-656-
4155. Prc-regisriation i requiredfor most events.
Pilates Learn techniques in stretching and healthy exercise to in-
crease flexibility. cardiovascular strength and spine alignment. Each class
is $7 and takes place Thursdays from 6-30-7:30 p.m. at Little Hall, 31
W. Garden Ave.
Tennis lessons Beginner and intermediate classes are for adults
and youth ages 5 and older at the Chapin Station courts on Tuesday
eenings and Saturday mornings. Classes run six weeks and cost $30
(5-7 years old $54 (ages 8-14) and $84 (15 to adult).
Yoga Join yoga instructor Sheila Scott at the Old Fire Station
Rec Center. Classes are Mondays and Thursdays from 6:30-8 p.m. Cost
is $10 per class for city residents. $11 foi others. A discounted six-
class rate and private instruction are available,
Bird-watching Go bird-\ watching at Lake Apopka. Bird check-
lists, plus binoculars and a field guide, are also available to borrow
free of charge.






Thursday, March 30, 2006 The West Orange Times 3B


WOHS sports update
The West Orange High varsity
boys lacrosse team picked up two vic-
tories last week. The Warriors opened
the week by defeating rival Ocoee 11-
~. West Orange later edged out Ly-
jlan 13-10. The Lady Warrior varsi-
ty girls lacrosse team beat Freedom
25-8 last week.
SThe Warrior varsity baseball team
'allied to beat Apopka 6-5 last week.
Mdam Hunt and Robbie Flynn split
time on the mound for WOHS. Joey
Burkhalter turned a double play to end
te game. Nolan Fontana and Blake
Dietrich connected for 2 hits apiece.
West Orange finished last week
With a 4-1 loss to Olympia. Craven
Kelly pitched a strong game over five
innings. The Warriors were set to host
Cypress Creek Wednesday at 7 p.m.
"he team will play the next two nights
againstt Leesburg and University, re-
ppectively.
The West Orange varsity boys and
girls water polo teams-both per-
formed well last week vs. Bishop
Moore The boys pulled out an 18-14
win, while the Lady Warriors came
up short 11-8. Both teams produced
'ictones later in the week over Ocoee.
' est Orange will host Winter Park at
6,30. p.m. Friday.
iThe Warrior varsity boys
Weightlifting team was set to host
Apopka Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
The West Orange varsity fastpitch
softball team will host East Ridge Fri-
day at 7 p.m.
SThe Warrior varsity boys volley-
aall team will play at home Thursday
ys. Evans at,7 p.m.


Mac All-Stars set dates
for tryouts
Boys and girls ages 4-18 are in\it-
ed to tryout for the 2006 Mac All-Stars
cheerleading teams Apnl 24-28.
.The gnm \will hold pre-tryout clin-
ics April 17-21.
; All-Star cheerleading combines
techniques fiom dance, rumbing and
cheerleading skills. The Mac All-Stars
gym is a large, air-conditioned. 20.000
square-foot facility located at the cor-
Oer of Kirkman Road and International
Drive. Mac All-Stars offers car-pool
opportunities and a large parent vie\w-
ing area. In addinon to cheerleading
programs, the gy m also offers dance.
mammal arts. umblmng gymnasocs and
exercise classes.
Mac All-Stars has sponsored re-
'ional, state and national champi-
bnship teams. Its programs empha-
size teamwork.'dedication healthy
kiing, responsibility, good sports-
manship. leadership and critical think-
ing skills.
kFor-mofe information"and. specific
times for tr outs, go to www.macall-
,tars.com or call 407-352-0001. The
gym is located at 5230 Vanguard St..
Orlando.

WOHS cheerleading
tryouts announced
SWest Orange High School will hold
tryouts in the gym for the 2006-07
cheerleading teams starting Monday,
gApnl 3. at 2:30 p.m. and continuing
ghirough Friday. April 7. All candi-
dates will need an Orange County
lblic Schools sports physical and
tisk form and EMT cards in order to
tryout.
3"These tryouts are open to any cur-
rent eighth-grader zoned to attend
WOHS next year. as well as any cur-
rent 9th-, 10th- or l th-erader. Par-
ents are %welcome to come on Friday
to watch the final trout day.
'"For more information, call Phyllis
Bloston at 407-905-2400 or by e-mail
at bostonp2 @ocps.net.


Summer camp


Ocoee softball defeats Olympia, DP


Meeting a coaching legend
Central Florida Christian Academy Principal Jeff Brown (left) and CFCA varsity basketball Coach Terrell Adam-
son (right) met recently with legendary college basketball coach John Wooden at his home in Los Ange-
les. Wooden is best known for coaching the University of California at Los Angeles to 10 national champi-
onships.


ESPN visits HealthSouth Rehabilitation Clinic
in Ocoee to feature Miami's Daunte Culpepper


Sports leader ESPN recently visited
HealthSouth Rehabilitation Clinic in
Ocoee to film Daunte Culpepper, for-
mer Univeirsity of Cental Flonda quar-.
terback. Floiida's 1994 Mr. Football
and former Minnesota Viking's quar-
terback recently traded to the Miami
Dolphins.
Daunte has been rehabilitating at the
HealthSouth Ocoee Clinic under phy s-
ical therapist Mark Beckett follow ing
a knee injury he suffered during the
Minnesota Viking's game against the
Carlohna Panthers in October of 2005.
On March 14, Culpepper passed a
physical \ith the Miami Dolphins'
doctors to finalize his trade tojoin the
Dolphin's program, bnnging him back
to his home state of Florida.
The outpatient clinic, no\\ at 1177
Blackwood Avenue, relocated to
Ocoee from Health Central hospital
\where it provided outpatient and in-
patient rehabilitation sert ices for 13
\ears.

Patriots soccer news
The West Orange IUS Patriots U-l I
girls soccer team picked up a t victory
and a tie during competition March
18-19.
The Patriots defeated the CFU
Vipers 7-2 with goals scored by Mari
Cirilo. Jessenia Barragan. Alyssa
Kaminski (2). Selena Jaimes. Cind.
Buchner and Brooke Wigmore. Cirn-
lo led the way in assists with 2. while
Wigmore, Jaimes and Buchner added
one assist apiece Maria Henderson.
Lauren Green and Kallee Miller also
contributed to the win.
The Patriots came aw ay w ith a 3-3
tie vs. the Florida Thunder. Cirilo ac-
counted for all three Patriot goals.
Kaminski and Jaimes each assisted on
a goal.
The team plays Saturdayin m Winter
Springs \s. the CFU Speed at 3:30
p m.


Pop Warner league
needs coaches
The Ocoee Bulldogs Pop Warner
Football League is seeking cheer and
football coaches for the 2006 season.


registration for rec The league is looking for experienced
lThe Winter Garden Recreation De'- coaches interested in sharing time and
prtment s summer day camp program know ledge ith kids.
pfpvides games. sports, arts and crafts, The league would also like to hear
\'acky theme days. field trips, sw' im- from anyone interested in being a part
mrng. crazy snacks and more. Chil- of its general board for the 2006 sea-
dren ages 5-13 (must have completed son.
knderganren are eligible to attend the For more information, call S1ieri
camp. Adknson at 407-702-4222 for foot-
c.Registrationcontinues.at the rec of- ball or Lisa Schifftner at 407-654-
7Rrnstration continues.at the rec 0i-
fice, 1 Surprise Drive, during regular 7514for cheerleading or visit the
business hours. Space is limited and league's Web site at \w *.ocoeebull-
a summer camp is only open to Win- dgs.org.
ter Garden residents.
,Camp is held from 7:30 a.m. to 6
0.m. Monday through Fnday during the
summer. Cost is $60 per week for the Local players named
rst child, $45 for the second and $30 to All-Orange County
or each additional. boys basketball team
'A two-week deposit and proof of Se\en student-athletes from
rsidency are required when register- West Orange County high'
ig. Call the rec at 407-656-4.155 for schools were recently named
nore.detads. to the All-Orange Counrt boys
basketball team.
Dr. Phillips junior Chris
Ocoee Bulldogs Warren and West Orange se-
cheerleading registrations .nior Tyrone Curnell were both
SThe Ocoee Bulldogs will hold reg- named to the Al-Orange
ttration for Pop Warner Football Counts' First Team. dcoee
cheerleading on Saturday, April 1, High senior Trevon Clayton
irom 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for new cheeer- .. earned' spot on the All-Of-
ldaders. ange County Third Team.
. Please have the registration fee of 'Erick Green IDr. Pbillipsi,
<65, a copy of the child's birth cer- Jermol Paul (Ocoee Dexter
ficate, insurance card and a current' Fields O01 mpia. and Wendell
hoto df.the child. Coates (West Orange) all
t Physicals will be offered at a later earned honorable mentions.
ate_ '


Daunte Culpepper with the staff of the HealthSouth Rehabilitation Clin-
ic in Ocoee: in front, Kristi Orr, 2nd row I-r, Tammy Bohuslaw, Sue Oliv-
er, Kathy Steege'and Mark Beckett and, 3rd row, Tim Heeke, Culpep-
per and Mike White.



Extreme Teen Sports Camp
Want to work out this summer? Want to learn that sport ever one
Sis talking about? Learn all the basics from experienced West Orange
High School coaches in the Winter Garden Recreation Department's
Extreme Teen Sports Camp
Sports offered include tennis. soccer, golf. basketball. water polo.
: football and volleyball. This is open to Winter Garden residents ages
12-15, and the cost is $100 per w eek.
For more information, call the rec office at 407-656-4155.


Ocoee Golf Assoc.
meets at Ocoee
Community Center
The Ocoee Golf Association, a
group established in 1983 and made
up of golfers of all skill levels, meets
the second Thursday of each month
at 7:30 p.m. in the Ocoee Communi-
ty Center, near City Hall.
Tournaments are held the third
Sunday of each month at 8 a.m. at
various golf courses around the area.
Aw ards are given lor low-gross and
low-net scores in five flights deter-
mined by handicaps. A membership
initiation fee is $10, and yearly dues
are $30.
For more information, call 40)7-
656-2669 or go to the Website at
OCOEEGolf.TriPod.com.


Health Central
Auxiliary plans golf
tournament for
Stoneybrook West
The health Central Auxiliary will
sponsor a golf tournament on Fri-
day. April 28, at Stoneybrook West
Golf.Club. Area golfers are invited
to register for the four-person scram-
,ble tournament. Registration is at
7:30 a.m. followed by a shotgun start
at 8 a.m.
The entry fee is $100 per person
and includes lunch. Activities in-
clude a 50/50 drawing and a silent
auction. For more information or to
register, call the Volunteer Services
office at 407-296-1148.

Ocoee Little League
players hit homers
The Ocoee Little League had t\wo
'home-run hitters last week. On
March 21. in the Major League game
between the Cardinals and the Pi-
rates, Eddie Krause of.the Cards hit
an over-the-fence home run. During
the same game. Robert White also
tagged one out of the park. The final
score was Pirates 8, Cardinals 7.


The Ocoee High varsity fastpitch
softball team entered this week on a
roll after consecutive wins against
Evans, Olympia and Dr. Phillips.
The Lady Knights scored 10 runs
in the first inning on their way to
crushing Evans 19-2 last week. Jenn
Noiseaux and Brittany Spencer split
time on the mound for Ocoee. Meagan
Squartino went 2 for 3 with 4 RBIs,
while Devin Crabb and Andrea Cara-
ballo were both 2 for 2.
The following night, Ocoee de-
feated Olympia 17-11 despite falling
behind by seven runs in the second
inning. Heather Durrance provided,
strong performances on the mound
and at the plate, connecting on four
hits with a home run and 4 RBIs. Kris-
teri Crowe and Crabb added 3 hits
apiece.
The Lady Knights capped their win-
ning streak with a 14-1 victory over Dr.
Phillips last Friday. Squartino went 3
for 4 with a double and a home run to
lead Ocoee offensively. The Lady
Knights finished the week with an 11-
7 overall record and a 3-1 conference
record.
The Ocoee junior varsity fastpitch
softball team defeated Olympia 9-6
last Thursday by rallying for four runs
in the final inning: Sarah Lucas played
outstanding defense with four great
catches in the outfield. The J.V. Lady
Knights continued their roll by winning
20-3 over Dr. Phillips the following
night. Jessica Smothers pitched for
the win..
The Ocoee varsity baseball team
finished with a 2-2 record in the Lake
Highland Baseball Tournament last
week. The Knights fell to Dr. Phillips
5-1. Mike Arsenault and Stephen
Pyles shared time on the mound. like
Banagale accounted for Ocoee's lone
RBI.
: The Knights lost 15-14 to Christ
Presbyterian of Nashville, Tenn. in
their.following game. Bo Brooks went
4 for 5 with 4 RBIs, while Sean Stills
went 3 for 4 and scored 4 runs.
Ocoee turned things around by beat-
ing Lecanto 13-1. Cory Bernstine
pitched a complete game with only
one run allowed. Stills, Gary Rausch
and Terranice Copley had 2 hits apiece
The Knights finished the tournament
with an 8-5 victory o\ve Houston
Academy. Cort Roach was the
game's \ inning pitcher Brooks \'ent
2 for 3 at the plate. w while Ramzideen
Nitchell was 2 for 2.
The Ocoee junior varsity baseball


team lost to Lyman 2-1 last week.
Kenny Lewkow pitched a complete
game, allowing 3 hits and racking up
9 strikeouts. Anthony Ducksworth
was 1 for 3. The J.V. Knights also fell
to Apopka last week, 8-7. Pitchers
Stephen Pyles, Brett Butler and Brad
Hermesman combined for 6 strike-
outs and 4 hits allowed. Ocoee rode the
arm of pitcher C.J. DePalma last Sat-
urday to defeat Central Florida Chris-
tian Academy 7-1. DePalma recorded
13 strikeouts and allowed 3 hits.
The Lady Knight varsity flag foot-
ball team fell 12-0 to rival West Or-
ange last week. Ocoee also lost 19-6
to Boone last Tuesday. Charlee Ford
scored the first touchdown in the
team's history on a pass from quar-
terback Kiara Friday that was tipped
by teammate Kristi Chatburn. Lady
Knights Chanel Gadson and Brelynne
Brunson played well defensively.
The Ocoee junior varsity flag foot-
ball team lost 21-18 to Boone.
Alexandra Lane scored the team's first
touchdown on an interception return.
Jackie Bradshaw accounted for
Ocoee's next two scores on a touch-
down run and a pass from Olivia
Buzzell.
The Knight varsity boys lacrosse
team lost to rival West Orange 11-4.
Wes Venturino scored 2 goals, while
Chris Santos and Corey Gross added
1 goal apiece. Goalkeeper Billy Vereb
collected 13 saves.
The Ocoee varsity boys tennis
team lost to Circle Christian 6-1 last
week. Rodney Blunt won his singles
match 9-7. The girls varsity tennis
team lost 6-1 to Dr. Phillips last week
with Joselyn Yeager winning her sin-
gles match 8-5. Ocqee lost to Circle
Christian 7-0.
The Knight varsity boys and girls
water polo teams both fell to rival
West Orange:last week. The boys
team lost 22-6 with Jordan Rawski
and Kyle Santo leading Ocoee offen-
sively. Kurt Gunter, Steven Brooks
and JoshCampbell played well on de-
fense. The Lady Knights lost 15-5 to
the Warriors. Lindsay Holzworth led
Ocoee in scoring.
The Ocoee varsity boys weightlift-
ing team finished last week unde-
feated through three matches. The
Knights defeated ri\al West Orange
56-32. Eric Nguven. Rene Leon,
Damien Taiglione. Brian George, Gary
Daughtry. Eiik Fleming. Donald
Rodgers and Mark Alford were indi-
\ idual \ winners for Ocoee


Health Central Auxiliary
plans golf tournament for
Stoneybrook West
The Health Central Auxiliary will
sponsor a golf tournament on Fri-
day. April 28. at Stones brook West
Golf Club. Area golfers are invited
to register for the four-person scram-
ble tournament. Registration is at
7:30 a.m. followed by a shotgun start
at 8 a.m.
The enur fee is $100 pet person
and includes lunch. Activities in-
clude a 50/50 drawing and a silent
auction.
Foi more information oi to regis-
te,. call the Volunteer Services office
at 407-296-1148.


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Golf


Join Winter Garden Classic April 21 at Stoneybrook We


Area golfers are invited to register
for the Winter Garden Golf Classic
Friday, April 21, at Stoneybrook West
Country Club. The tournament is
sponsored by the city of Winter Gar-
den and the Winter Garden Rotary
Club, and proceeds from the event
will benefit the West Orange Boys
and Girls Club.
For the past six years, the tourna-
ment has raised nearly $100,000 to
help the WO Boys and Girls Club.
This year's goal.is $18,000.


The entry fee is $110 for an in
vidual and $440 for a foursome. H
sponsorships are available for $:
or $600, which includes an entry
a foursome.
The entry fee includes golf,
rental, box lunch, dinner, contests
prizes. Organizers encourage ei
registration because the field is lir
ed.
For more information and to re
ter; call Jackie May at 407-905-81
Ext. 100.


The Northwest Orange County Re-
publican Women Federated will hold
its inaugural golf tournament at Ei-
rol Estates Country Club on April 8
beginning at 7:30 a.m. Proceeds from
the tournament will benefit the Alice
Beth Miner Scholarship Fund.
The entry fee for the scramble
tournament is $70 and includes range
balls, golf cart rental and greens fee
and lunch. Interested individualscan


The Florida Safety Councilwill
hold its annual scholarship golf
tournament on Friday, May 19, be-
ginning with a shotgun start at 8
a.m. Registration is set for 7 a.m.
The four-player, best-ball scram-
ble is scheduled for Orange Coun-
ty National Golf Center and Lodge
and % ill fund FSC scholarships for
undergraduate and graduate awards
for students seeking higher educa-
tion in safety and health profes-
sions.
Sponsorships are currently avail-


attend the luncheon for $20. T
tournament is open to men and w(
en.
Area golfers are encouraged to r
ister to support the scholarship p
gram
For applications and more inf
nation, call Robin McEwen at 4
814-0935 or download an appli
tion at NORWF.org. The reservat
deadline is April 2.


Area golfers invited to Golf Fore Autism at OCN on May


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
rental. ice cold mango-scented towel
service and a personalized bag tag.
Sponsorships are available for
S100, $200 and $500. Proceeds from
the event will benefit the Autism and


Related Disabilities Gym Prograr
Ocoee. Tournament organizers
also looking for door prizes and
nations.
There will be four hole-in-c
prizes.
For more information or to regis
e-mail Jo-Anne Houwers at autis
gym.org or autismgym@aol.com
call her at 407-234-7456 or e-n
Alan Moss at moster2@earthlink
or call him at 321-303-7672.
The tournament is sponsored
The Autism and Related Disabili
Gym Program Inc. and the Jim Be
Rec Center.


able and range in price from $]
for a hole sponsor to $,3000 for
exclusive title sponsorship. P
gram sponsorships range in pr
* from $25 to $100. The entry fee
an individual golfer is $100 or $3
for a team of four.
To register or for more inform
tion, call Glenn Victor at 407-89
4456 or e-mail him
gvictor@floridasafety.org. i
more information on the Flor
Safety Council. go to www.Fl
daSafety.org.


Golf tournament May 27 to benefit
Ocoee High Athletic Dept.
The Athletic Department of for $50 each Proceeds from the
Ocoee High School is organizing tournament will benefit the ath-
a golf tournament for Saturday. letic department.
May. 27. at Forest Lake Golf Club For more information and to
in Ocoee. The entry fee is $70 per register. call Athletic Director Bill
plaN er. and the tournament \\tll Chambers at 407-905-3006 or Pat
begin ith a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Buckles, president of the Athlet-
Hole sponsorships are aaillable ic Booster Club, at 321-689-6220.


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st Tavistock Cup returns to Isleworth Country Club
[ole Team captains Mark O'Meara and
250 Ernie Els led a who's who of intema-
for tional golf stars into the 2006 Tavistock
Cup presented by Hughes Supply this
cart week at Isleworth Country Club. The
and first group to tee off on Monday in the
early two-day tournament featured Isle- I
mit- worth's O'Meara and Tiger Woods
matched up against Lake Nona's Sergio :A NM _
gis- Garcia and Retief Goosen. rm,- -
80, The Tavistock.Cup has become the .
World Golf and Country Club Cham- -
pionship, a $2,000,000 turf war between .
the members of Lake Nona and Isle- .J
worth country clubs. f'"' isfock. .
Els is the returning playing captain --
t of the 10-member Lake Nona team that .
The included Garcia, Nick Faldo, Goosen,. ,..
om- Trevor Immelman, Ian Poulter, Justin
Rose, Ben Curtis, Maarten Lafeber and -,. -'-
e Graeme McDowell. Curtis, Lafeber and
ro McDowell were competing for the first
time. IN
for- Annika Sorenstam, who has played for
107- the Lake Nona team in the past, could i
iIa- not return due to a scheduling conflict. -
O'Meara, also,a returning playing
ion captain forIsleworth, headed a team A team of international golf stars representing Lake Nona Country Club arrived by helicopter on Monday
joined by Isleworth members Woods, to begin Day 1 of the 2-day Tavistock Cup competition.
Robert Allenby, Stuart Appleby, John
Cook, Lee Janzen, Charles Howell III, .
12 Craig Parry, Robert Damron and Arjun
a in Atwal. Damron and Atwal made their
are Tavistock debuts this week.


Day 1 was fourball medal matchplay. .
The two-person team with the lowest- ,-
ter, 18-hole better-ball total wins the match
sm- and two points. In the first group, Gar-
or cia, Goosen, O'Meara and Woods, '
ail Goosen and Garcia were in at-6 when
net Woods dropped an eight-footparputt on
18 to give Isleworth a 2-0 lead.;
by Isleworth padded its lead when Dam- -' .. 3
ties ron and Janzen finished with the day's :. "" .
ech lowest score of -8 to beat Curtis and
Rose.
Mark McNulty, subbing for an ill Fal-
do, teamed up with Poulter to give Lake
p Nonaits first two points with a win over
Isleworth's Cook and Howell.
Lake Nona drew even at 4 points
125 when Lafeber and McDowell followed
r an- with a win over Atwal and Parry.
ro- Irrthe final match of the day, Allen-
rice by and Appleby defeated Els and Im-
for melman to give Isleworth a 6-4 leadaf-
375 terDay1.
Woods won the longest drive com- .
ma- petition, ripping a 340-yard drive on 0
97- No. 7 to win $10,000 for himself and
at every one of his teamnnates.- Lake Nona player lan Poulter stops briefly to say hello on Monday before heading to the driving range.
For Day 2 was a fourball-singles medal --.- .
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took place after presstime on Tuesd~ty.
In this format, each pFayer in the
group plays an I8-hole strokepla. sin-
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two players and thus. is playing txo snm-
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worth 1 point, a tie is 1/2 point and a
loss is worth 0 points. In total, there
were 20 points available on Day 2. The
first team to score 15.5 points \%%ins the i
Tavistock Cup, which was televised live
around the world on The Golf Channel.


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Schools


SIFoun d ationAca dm


A group of high school students, parents and teachers from Foundation Academy spent part of their spring
vacation in Slidell, La., volunteering at a youth ranch. They helped clean up and made repairs after the
damage from Hurricane Katrina. Pictured are (l-r): (front row) Zack Morgan, Rachel Smith, Christine Wor-
ley, Lauren Johnston, Crystal Carroll, Ryan Graham, Sheeva Orlando and Christian Mundy; (middle row)
Amy Morgan, Sara Richards, Judy Rosenbaum, Kevin Worley, Charles Stewart and Cory Graham; and
(back row) Melody Shiver, Jayne Henry, Jayson Stringfellow, Jake Morgan, Alex Stringfellow and Landon
Johnston.


Palm Lake Elementary 2nd-graders recently performed in 'Wackadoo Zoo,' a play that is put on annually,
much to the delight of parents. Students dressed up as cows, monkeys, pigs, goats and lions. In addition
to the 'animals,' there are also 2 narrators, a professor, flowers and a bee. The play has rhyming dialogue
and 6 songs that the children learn during their many practices. The play is produced by music teacherAmy
Sugar, with help from the 2nd-grade teachers.

Famil Chrstia


Helping others
'A group of students from Founda-
tion Academy went to Slidell, La..,
during spring break to volunteer at a
yquth ranch with the clean up after
Hurricane Katrina.
The K-Bar Youth Ranch, a home
for abused and troubled teens, had;
storm damage td several buildings
and the surrounding woods and had
to be closed. Looking forward to re-


opening in late March, the camp
needed removal of storm debris and
renovation of a bunkhouse. The stu-
dents learned the basics of hanging
drywall, building fences and general
clean up during their stay.
The group rode through the dev-
astated area, including New Orleans
and Waveland. Although the damage
is still widespread and recovery is
years from being complete, the peo-


pie there are beginning to see some
progress. Much of the progress
comes from the work of faith-based
volunteer help.
The students learned about their
unique gifts while serving others.
Some proved to be natural leaders,
some, were problem-solvers, some
had energy to spare and many were
faithful to complete any task without
reward or recognition.


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Chef Rick Petrello and his staff prepare an outstanding luncheon lor the Day of Beauty participants at West-
side Tech.

,Westside Tech holds successful Day of Beauty
iesiside Tech recently\ held uts sec-
ond successful Day of Beaur. The
event \% as held for the first time last i
yar to introduce the community to
sotie of the programs at the school and
to: raise funds for the Foundation of ,j .
We.tside Tech.
tihe Foundation provides financial
sport for students attendng the tech-
nloJ center by providing scholarships i
aicdther enhancements necessary fori
th6erudents to maintain their atten-
e combined efforts of the students
andstaff of the cosmetology. massage
thtpy. floral design and culinary arts
programs prod ided a day of fun and
relaxation for approximate 70 par-
tidioants.
C~ e guests were nvited to shop with
a ,arietm of vendors that donated not
orfly their time but also an item for the .
s0t auction. Each participant received
tu i os from the floral design program at
the luncheon. \ which \ as pro\ ided b'
h.culinarn alrts class.
aura cDonough cometolo- Wayside Tech students provided beauty services under supervision.
laurame McDonough, cosmetolo-
gv instructor, and Sandi Armbruster. \enues and offered assistance to keep Jean Quiles and Sonny Jadooiam for
bdlsiness technology instructor. coor- e\er one on schedule. their work in setting up and cleaning af-
d wited appointments for the day. Lore- Jan Da\vis, cosmetology teacher, and ter the festivities
na Hay nes. massage therapy teacher. MlcDonough super ised students pro- The adminiso-ation, faculty and staff
ad .Patti Teufel. cosmetology teach- hidingg manicures, pedicures and \% would also like to recognize all the stu-
ert supervised students providing fa- hairstyles. Carol Heard. Foundation dents \\ ho volunteered their time. The
cials. bod\ \%raps and massages. fund-raising coordinator, and Sherrall custodial staff also played a major part
,hef Rick Petrello. culinary arts Applegate. hospitaht, committee mem- in helping make the day such a suc-
te cher. provided the luncheon catered ber, ga\e man, hours of their time to cess.
bl \Vestside students in the cafeteria. set up and facihrate the da\'s acti\ i- Special thanks go to Nhchelle Bates.
Uii4er the supervision of Edna Holz- ties. general manager of Great Clips, for
W\d'h. floral design instructor, students Dr. Peter Berry. \ ho coordinated volunteering her time to pio\ ide hair
trI formed the cafeteria into a beau- the logiscs of transportation, and Don- cuts for the clients and to Nlary Anne
ti i garden setting. Michelle Holder. na Leigaber. -both assistant directors. S ickerath. School Ad\ isory Council
tc smetolog) department chair. and \\ere on hand to supervise the active cities. chair. and The I'esi Olrange Tumes for
N1tke Wells. cosmetology' instructor. A big thank-you goes to Don Wag- their ongoing support of \Westside
pr ided transportation to the variouss ner. Gene Gusset. L\ le Siedschla\%. Tech.


OCREA meets April 6 at College Park United Methodist
The Orange County Retired Educators Association will meet 'Thursday. April 6. in the fellowship hall of Col-
lege Park United Methodist Church. The church is located at the corner of Harvard and Edgewater Dri\,e
(across from Publix). Due to limited parking. carpooling is suggested.
A continental break-fast and social hour will begin at 10 a.m., followed by the general meeting. The program
will include children from the church singing the national anthem and guest speaker Mary Harris. She series
\ ith the deaf ministry at several churches and will discuss and demonstrate systems m American sign language.
Members are asked to bring single items or collections of hand-made art. crafts and hobbies to display.
For more information, call Jiulia Greene at 863-421-6775 or Bob and Ruth Ford at 407-644-7092.


Parents and volunteers are all smiles after the completion of another successful 'Race 4 Education'at Fam-
ily Christian School. Students in kindergarten through 8th grade gather pledges from friends and family for
every one-fourth-mile lap they are able to run. Many students completed up to 7 miles. The money raised
will be used in the school library and computer lab. Pictured are (l-r): Brady, Brooks and Bobby Estrada;
Kevin Hammond; Tammy Estrada, head coach; Jolyn Graham, assistant coach; and Stephanie Crist, su-
per mom.

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Dr. Michael DiMauro, D.D.S., took time from his busy dental practice to teach the Central Florida Prep Pre-
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rooms the importance of brushing, flossing and having good nutritional habits. He is pictured with the stu-
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Six Windermere Prep 8th-graders (2 teams) were recently awarded honorable mention rankings in the an-
nual Toshiba/NSTA.Exploravision Awards. The WPS teams were among 30 Florida teams to place in the
Middle Level category nationally. The purpose of the competition is to encourage students to combine their
imaginations with the tools of science to create and explore a:vision of a future technology. Pictured are Alex
Simaan and Suhayb Charani, who entered 'Nano-Breather.'


The winning entries in the Exploravision competition must show innovative thinking about how science and
technology can change the future. Pictured are WPS students Diego Canizares, Akram Mathin, Stephanie
Gonzalez and Mary Jimenez, who entered '3-D Barcode.'


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Audubon Partner
Bay Meadows Elementary is proud
to announce its commitment to be a
2006 Audubon Partner for the Envi-
ronment. in cooperation with Audubon
International, an environmental orga-
nization that engages people in pro-
tecting and improving the land, water,
wildlife and natural resources around
them.
As a partner, the school has agreed
to complete at least one environmen-
tal improvement project this year and
document its results. Audubon Inter-
national will provide educational pro-
jects information and staff support, as
well as awards and recognition for
completed projects.
Despite its temporary location this
year, BMES plans to mount a purple


martin house as a gift to students who
will be at the Buena Vista Woods
Boulevard site nexr year..
The emphasis of the Audubon Part-
ners program is on helping student not
only learn about the environment but
also care for wildlife, water, plants and
natural resources close to home. Par-
ticipation teaches respect and re-
sponsibility while boosting science
learning and environmental knowledge.
The school is participating, compli-
ments of Walt Disney World's golf
courses, which have generously cov-
ered the registration fee. The golf
courses have also demonstrated sup-
port for good environmental steward-
ship by participating in Ihe Audubon
Cooperative Sanctuary Program for
Golf Courses.


FOUNDATION

ACADEMY

HIGH SCHOOL, MIDDLE SCHOOL,
FOUNDED 1958 ELEMENTARY AND PRESCHOOL

A Ministry of The First Baptist Church of Winter Garden
SLow Student to Teacher Ratio ACSI Accredited Certified Teachers College Prep. Foreign Languages
SDrama* High Expectations Full Academic Program Christian Atmosphere Outstanding Facilities
SIndependent Learning Center Technology Lab FHSAA Sports Instrumental and Vocal Music
SEducational Trips (Washington D.C., Europe, etc.)

Enrolling for 2006/2007 Tours Available

K-3 thru Grade 12


8:15am 11:30am
8:15am 3:00pm


,125 East Plant Street
Winter Garden, FL 34787

407-656-3677


K3 (Only) 8:15am 11:30am
2 Day Program (M, F)


Foundation Academy
FI[-I pll.n Chulri -r I n i,,ihtr i"sraen g
II Plant St.

Hwy.50 Dilard St.coee
Hwy. 5 Ocoee


Visit our website at http://www.foundationacademy.net.
Founaalion Acaoemy will admil Stluents of any race. oclor, nallonal or ethnic origin to all righi;. privileges, programs and adllllies generally
accorded or made available to sludenis at Ihe school. We will not discriminate on tne6asis of race color l-inic origin in the adminlsirslirn of our ed
ucational and admission policies nor In OUI Ilnanclal aai and other, programs.


Advisor honored
West Orange High Student Coun-
cil advisor Peter Abatiello was re-
cently named Region VIII Advisor
of the Year by the National Associ-
ation of Student Councils (NASC).
Founded 75 years ago, the NASC
is sponsored by the National Asso-
ciation of Secondary School Princi-
pals.
"It is an honor to recognize Peter
Abatiello for his continued excel-
lence developing tomorrow's stu-
dent leaders," said Rocco Marano,
director, NASC.
Abatiello's honor coincides with
National Student Leadership week,
April 16-22. This annual event is
held to highlight the importance of
student activities. NASC is the only
national organization providing lead-
ership development training for high
school and middle level student and
activity advisors.
Abatiello has taught at WOHS
since 1982 and founded the Student
Council in 1985-86. The Student
Council has held nine county offices,
five state offices and 12 regional of-
fices.
WOHS has also hosted two state
conventions 1997 and 2003.
Abatiello was also honored in 2004
with the Florida Association of Slu-
dent Councils Advisor of the Year
Award.

WOHS cheerleading
tryouts announced :
West Orange High School will.
hold tryouts for the 2006-07 cheer-
leading teams starting Monday, April
3, at 2:30 p.m. and continuing
through Friday, April 7. All candi-
dates will need an Orange County
Public Schools physical and Risk
form and EMT cards in order to try-
out.
These tryouts are open to all in-
coming freshmen, sophomores, ju-
niors and seniors. Parents are wel-
come to come on Friday to watch
the final tryout day.
For more information, call Phyllis
Boston at 407-905-2400.

Safe Driving Essay Contest
West Orange High PTSA recent-
ly held a Safe Driving Essay Con-
test for juniors and seniors. Students
were asked to write an essay re-
garding the impact the ongoing safe
driving program sponsored by the
PTSA has had on them.
The winning essay was written by
senior Jennifer Jourdan. She re-
ceived two prom tickets. Second
place went to Jose Ortiz, who re-
ceived a free tuxedo rental, compli-
ments of After Hours Formal Wear
in Winter Garden. Third-place win-
ner was Jamie Holzwonh, who re-
ceived a gift certificate for salon ser-
vices, compliments of Diva's Salon
and Spa in Ocoee.
Fourth- and fifth-place winners
were Max Hilend and Brillney Hen-
drix, who received Warrior boxer
shorts. Honorable mention Went to
Lisa Thatcher, Evey Exantas, Car-
la Rodriguez, Stephan Jainaraine
and Charlene Charles.
The PTSA would like to thank all
the businesses that have support-
ed the entire safe-driving initiative.
Here are some excerpts from
Jourdan's winning essay: "If more
teenagers knew of the possibilities
of them being involved in accidents,
fewer students would be reckless in
their decisions. I believe the reason
that the statistics are so staggering
among teens is due highly to the be-
lief of invincibility. Do you know that
the leading cause of death among
teenagers is car accidents? No?
Well, many teens do not know this
either... : : :'
"It is a shame that in 2001 alone
there were 6,442 deaths among
teens due to motor vehicle accidents
alone. If more teens would learn to
practice safe driving habits, such as.
driving with seat belts, not driving
with other teens, not consuming al-
cohol while driving or just simply fol-
lowing driving rules, every day 20
more teens would not lose their
lives.
"...the youth of today need to
learn that the victims of car acci-
dents are not random people: They
are their best friends,.their family
members, classmates and even
themselves. Teenagers need to
wake up it can happen to any-
one. Just try and prevent it from
happening to you."


Zachary McClure, a kindergartner in Mrs. Hilley's class at Citrus Ele-
mentary, enjoys a royal moment at the Fairy Tale Ball with his mother,
Heidi McClure, a kindergarten teacher at CES.


Fairy Tale Ball
The kindergartners at Citrus Ele-
mentary enjoyed a Fairy Tale Ball re-
cently as a culmination to their fairy
tale unit. The children and teachers
came to school dressed as their fa-
vorite fairy tale character.
Tne aay began with a parade on the
morning program, so the kings.
queens, knights and jesters could
share their costumes with the school.
Then the students participated in "roy-
al rotations" visiting other kindergarten
kingdoms to play Cinderella, Cin-
derella, where is your slipper?, pass the
poison apple and pin the tail on the.
dragon. They also made edible
scepters.
The day ended with a royal feast of


castle cake and juice.


Kindergarten orientation
The Citrus Elementary kindergarten
team will host an orientation for in- i
coming kindergartners for the 2006-
07 school year on Wednesday, April 5,
from 2-3 p.m. in the media center.
Topics under discussion will include
academic expectations, a day in the
life of a kindergartner and the school
supply list.
After the presentation, a few of the
kindergarten classrooms will be open
for a brieL tour. Kindergarten registra-
tion has began March 22 in the
school's main office.
For more information, call 407-445-
5475. -


Col. Oliver North to speak at CFCA


The De'elopmen Council of Cen-
tral Florida Christian Acadenmyre-
cently announced the first "Friends of
CFCA" Spring Banquet and Silent
Auction. The event will be April 7 at
7, p.m. at the Rosen Plaza Hotel on In -
ternational Drive. All proceed :will
go toward the construction of the new
elementary building and the reloca-
tion of the athletic fields.
Col. Oliver North will be the
keynote speaker. He is a New iYork
Times best-selling author, the host of
War Siories on Fox New s and a war
con-espondent for Fox News Nert ork.
He is also the founder and honorary


chairman of Freedom Alliance, a foun-
dation that provides scholarships for
the sons and daughters of service
members killed in action.
North graduated from the U.S.
Naval Academy and ser ed 22 s ears
as a Marine. His awards for sen ice
in combat include the SiIter Star, the
Bronze Star for Valor and t\o Purple
Hearts for wounds in action. From
1983-86 North was the U.S. counter-
terrorism coordinator during the Rea-
gan administration
For information about the ticket
packages available, call Greg Fulmer
at 407-293-8062.


IWhi speigOak


School relief
community meeting
Whispering Oak Elementary will'
host an Orange County Public School
community meeting on Thursday,
March 30, at 6:30 p.m. in the cafete-
ria to share information and update
community residents about the con-
struction of a new elementary school.
The new. school is Whispering
Oak/Windermere Elementary Relief.
The meeting will be hosted by School
Board Chairman Karen Ardaman.
Whispering Oak is located at 15300
Stoneybrook W. Parkway in Winter,
Garden.

Registration begins April 4
' Kindergarten and first-grade regis-
tration for the 2006-07 school year be-


WOHS Class of 1996
The West Orange High School
Class of 1996 is holding its 10-year
reunion Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Or-
ange County National Golf Center and
Lodge. For more information, call Jill
at 352-243-4619.

Lakeview High
Class of 1954
The Lakeview Hfigh School Class
of 1954 will hold its 52nd-year re-
union meeting April 8 from 6-10 p.m.
at Winter Garden Pizza Company in
downtown Winter'Garden.
For details, call Glenda Martin at
407-293-7938 or Nadine Kannon at
407-656-4271.


gins Tuesday, April 4, from 9 a.m. to
noon at Whispering Oak Elementary.
Kindergarten parents can take tours
of the classrooms between 9:30 and
10:30 a.m. At time of registration, par-
ents must bring proof of age (usually
a birth certificate), proof of the child's
immunization on a DOH 680 form,
proof of a health exam within the last
year and verification of residence.
Students must register at the school
that serves their parent's or guardian's
residence. If school personnel cannot
determine the proper placement, call
Pupil Assignment at 407-317-3233.
A child must be 5 years old on or
before Sept. 1, 2006, to register for
kindergarten. A child must be 6 years
old on or before Sept. 1, 2006, and
have successfully completed kinder-
garten to enter first grade.


LHS Class of 1956
SThe Lakeview High School Class
of 1956 is holding its 50-year reunion
April 22 and is still looking for three
members: R.L. Sweat, Frankie Pow-
ell and Adrian Flippen. For'details,
call Janice Charles at 407-656-1724
or JoyceOliver 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


PETER ABATIELLO


K3 & K4
(5 days)


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Thanks to the WaMoola for Schools program sponsored by Washing- Maxey Elementary 'Morning News' anchors are 5th-graders Iris Velez
ton Mutual, Spring Lake Elementary was presented a check for (left) and Arizona Herzig. The news' program is sponsored by LaJua-
$3,318.75. Every time a customer used a Washington Mutual, Debit na Jackson, Jim Strater and Edwina Terman.
MasterCard or a Visa Check Card, it earned a point, which was con-
verted to cash. A big thank-you goes to all the customers who select-
ed SLES as their school of choide. These funds will be used to bene-
fit the many reading programs at the school. Pictured are students from
SMrs. Gardner's class with Darlene Rhodes from Washington Mutual
and Dr. Osborne.


FUMC Learing Cente


Ocoee High Principal Mike Armbruster congratulates sophoinore Sab-
rina Caraballo on bringing home to OHS the first l-place ribbon from
the Winter Park Art Festival. Caraballo won in the category of Sculp-
ture for High School Students. Her sculpture, along with many others,
is currently on display in the school's Administration Building. Everyone
is invited to stop by and see the' work of these talented young people.


SPreschoolers at 1st United Methodist Learning Center in Winter Gar-
den love to play with dress-up clothes. Pictured are Josie Hughes, Vi-
vian Longino and Courtney Aaron.


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ASSEMBLY OF GOD

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

BAPTIST
BANANA BAY BAPTIST
1333 E. Crown Point Rd.
407-656-8558

.. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
671 Beulah Road. Winter Garden
(407) 656-3342
Paslor G. Steve Rice
www.beulahtl.comr

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631 S. Dillard St Winter Garden.
' FL.
" Jay Knolls. Paslor/President
407) 656-3001
l Awana/Patch (Summer program)
,- Calvary Christian School
,. K-3-12th

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

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
-Two service locations:
*800 N. Pine Hills Rd.
407-293-4571
English-Wed. Mid-Week Worship
.; 6:30pm. Spanish Sun.
11am & Wed. 6:30pm.
.,Haitian Sun. 11am, 7pm, &
Wed. 6:30pm
'. Deaf Ministry Filipino Ministry
Awana's 3 yr-8th gr.
8800 W. Colonial Dr. Ocoee
(at Good Homes) Sunday
Worship 9:30am or 11am
Also Deaf, Spanish, Haitian,
I. Filipino, and Vietnamese
communities.
For details, 407-293-4571 or
www.fbccl.net
,. OAK LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
,,10564 2nd. Avenue, Ocoee
S,(407) 656-1523
Dr. Walter M. Fowler, Pastor


STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
611 West. Ave.. Ocoee
Pastor Jeff Pritchard
14071 656-2351 Email:
slbchurch@lyahoo.com

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
And Christian Academy
1601 AD Mims Rd. Ocoee FL.
Rev. Bradley T. Phillips,
Pastor!Administrator
(4071656-3097

WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb St., Oakland, FL.,
"Where Jesus Reigns Supreme"
(407) 656-9749
www.westorangebaptisl.org
WEST ORLANDO BAPTIST
CHURCH
& CHILD DISCOVERY CENTER
429 & Plant St.
Winter Garden, FL.
407-905-9508

CATHOLIC

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

CHRISTIAN

NEW HORIZONS CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
616 S. Dillard St. Winter Garden.
407-654-5050
Worship 10:30 am.
Philip.Walter, Minister
NewHonzonsChristianChurch.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 Worshoi
CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

SOUTHWEST CHURCH
Roper YMCA. 100 Windermere Rd.
Bible Hr. 9:15am
Worship Serv. 10:30am
Tom Welch Pastor 407-903-1384
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
OF CLERMONT
Clermont, Fifth and Minneola
streets-
Sunday service Is at 10:30 a.m.
Details- (352) 217-2899


CHURCH OF GOD

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

OCOEE CHURCH OF GOD
1105 N. Lakewood
Pastor Steve Davis
1407)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 Whilney 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 al 9:30. Child
Care &Youlh Ministry.
www.churchotthemessiah.com

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
ASCENSION
4950 S Apopka-Vmeland 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


Chain of Lakes Middle School students recently held a Hat Day to raise
funds for Relay For Life. Each student donated a dollar and could then
show support for the Relay For Life by wearing a hat for the day. Spe-
cial thanks go to Jeannette Griffith for organizing the event and to all
the students who participated. More than $300 was raised, and the
students had a great time. Showing off their hats are (1-r): Terrance
Walker, Kelsey Santiago and Josephine Gines.


Cheerleading tryouts
A tumble clinic for anyone inter-
ested in trying out for cheerleading
at Ocoee High will be held April 26-
27 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the gym.
Cost is $15 for one day or $25 for two
days.
Cheerleading tryouts will be held
in May. On May 3-5 participants will
learn material for the tryouts. Tryoul
day will be May 6 from noon until fin-
ished. Tryouts are open to specta-
tors for'a charge of $2 May. 3-5 and


$5 on May 6.

Parent Night
Ocoee High will hold an Eighth-
Grade Parent Night at 7 on..April 4.
The event is for parents of students
currently in eighth grade who plan on
attending OHS in the fall. Valuable
Information will be given, and the staff
will be on hand to answer questions.
Parents are encouraged to bring
their children and walk through the
campus.


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


MyN hope is that you spent some tme reflecnng on
the times God had kissed you and looked for Him to
kis you during t[hs %eek. The nelt quesnon is % hN.
a would He ant to kiss me'
I could talk all day about u h, He anis to kiss
\ou Remember the da\ sour child '.as born and you
iust sa3\ that beautiful hitile face' What could that baby
do, to keep \ou from kissing her.him" Eery finger tie.
roll of fles., dimple, freckle, ear. cheek. head and nose
didn't miss your Kisses Can \words express the lo'.e
Psalm 139.1 3-16 sas. The Lord formed your inn ard
paris, covered you in .our mother's vomb For you are
wonderfully and fearful made; marvelous are His
uorks." He is your heavenly Father and wants to kiss
you.
Do you remember ho" you felt ,hen you found the
man/v oman ofi our dreams' You couldn't waj tall the
phone r.ng to talk with them for hours Fnda,, nrghtI
became sery special,. our ihiughts aere io vard them


635 West SR. 50, Ste' B
For services into call .
352-243-5353 or
" www.congregationsinai-
Sclermont org
LUTHERAN

PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd.
Winter Garden
S830am & 10:45am
407-877-3937
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOiFaith.ORG

ZION NEW LIFE LUTHERAN
Paul Faust, Paslor
Worship Service
8am & 10:30 am
Sunday School Bible Study 9:15
Corner of Hempel & Gotha Rd,
Golha
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.
Pon I First Unitled
Oste < Methodist Church .
Plant St. 6

S Colonial Dr. tN


OCOEEOAKS 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


alna\ N. and \ou shook n\.b ec\L'ement having your
first ss and hoped iint uld neter end. Hoi romantic
were the da\ of the proposal and .oaur i wedding da\ '
Did \ou crn \tih e\lctement and unbelief When.you
talked the aisle to marm and \ov\ed to spend %our life
,ith them. did sour heart almost beatout of i Nour
chest' .Jesus is your bridegroom and desires ic. ro-
mance ou nUil that awesome di iou the chiurcrtHis
bnrde and Him are r ed Ephesian 5. 22-33
God loires you so much' 'ou are the apple of His
eye His thoughts are precious tou ard \ou and as
many as the grains of sand on the beach. Jerermah
29 II tells us, "For I kno. the thoughts that I think to:
n ard \ ou. sa' s the Lord. thoughts of peace and not of
evil lr gie \ou a future and a hope He's craz\
jbil \sou arid ints yo',u blessed
May you be ki.sedl b: God tr'daN'
From the belle, ers ji First Baptist Winter Garden
ADV.


ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd ,
Dr. William S.Bafnes,
Senior Pastor
Assoc. Pastor Rev. Beth M. Farabet
Dr. David Stephens
407-876-4991
Worship Serv. 8, 9:30, 11:00am
Cnntmnnrary Wnr hin R5:3nm


NON-DENOMINATIONAL

THE CROSSINGS,
A COMMUNITY CHURCH
Corner of McKinnon Rd. and Lake
Butler Blvd, 1 mile west ol Winder-
mere Elemenlary School 10:30 am
Worship Service. 407-656-6044

UNITY CHURCH OF
CHRISTIANITY
S4801 Clarcona Ocoee Rd. Orlando,
SFL 32810 Ph. 407-295-9181
Worship Service 9:15 & 11am
Rev. Bob Marshall
inlo@unitvccorlando.ora
NAZARENE

'FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
S245 Beulan,Winter Garden,
Rev. Rick Page 877-7735
PRESBYTERIAN

OAKLAND PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL
407-656-4452
www.oaklandpres.org
Near exit 272 off the FL Turnpike
Worship at 8:45 am and 11 am
Sunday School for all ages at
9:45am. Nursery provided during
worship. Dir.. Robert P. Hines, Jr.,
Pastor. Call about our preschool &
summer camps
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
OF THE LAKES, USA
Conroy-Windermere Rd. @


Linpoln Ave.
Sunday School 9:00AM
10:30 407-291-2886
Worship on Wed. 7.00 -
e "Come hear the Gospel"
Rev. Ferdinand Brits
w w.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.ora


ST. ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH

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


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


Worship

7-30 PM


The. Crossings
A Community Church
10:30 am'Worship Service 407-656-6044
HwvO5 Ocoee


AiCE
CLERMONT ORLANDO WINTER GARDEN



B Sines, Girvin,
Blakeslee & Campbell
Certified Public Accountants, R A. PO Box 771047
800 S. Dillard St
Winter Garden 34777-1047
407-656-6611


AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
533 W. Plant St
Winter Garden
656-3307
COMPLETE
S. AUTO REPAIR


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Lakeview Middle School winners of the Modern Woodmen's School
Speech Contest are (l-r): Rebecca Gebert, 2nd place; Leyla Chong,
ilst place; and Jazzy Montgomery, 3rd place.

Speech contest In social studies classes, students
SLakeview Middle students demon- learned the history of pi and the influ-
strated their public speaking skills re- ential people and stories behind the
cently by taking part in the speech con- powerful number. They also practiced
test sponsored by Modern Woodmen calculating pi Using different objects, in-
pf America. This year's topic was "My cluding models of the earth.
State." In math class, students measured,
- 'The winners were Leyla Chong, first calculated and compared crackers,
place; Rebecca Gebert, second place; Oreo cookies and plates in order to
and Jazzy Montgomery, third place. derive the number pi on their own. Stu-
Each received a plaque, and their
names will be engraved ond thei dents learned more history and facts
hn s silbech engae on te. I about pi, learned about consumer
school's speech contest plaque.
SOtherparticipants included Brittani products and movies influenced by pi
Smith, Savannah Wheless, Jennifer and even told pi jokes.
Armbruster,. Lucy Dagon, Cygell Students were also directed to a
Pavao, Kaley Budnik, Amber Mosley Web site where they could find how
and Mac Scott. Two additional speak- many digits of pi they have to count
ers Ariana Angola and Sarah past before coming to their birthday
Thompson had been chosen to rep- within the number pi. Finally, they
resent their teams but were unable to memorized the pi song.
be at the competition. On the Explorer Academic Team,
.. ne winner in each' of Mr. Warren's
Pi Day math classes won the right to "pi" him
The seventh-graders recently cele- during the closing ceremonies of the
brated Pi Day. This is an annual holi- celebration. The overall winner was
day celebrated around ihe world by Katie LaTulippe, who correctly mem-
scientists and matremalicians to co orized more than80 random digits of
memorate the beauty and madness in 80 random digits of
the number pi. 3.i4. pi.Students also participated in api
Students in language arts classes tudentsalso articpated in a
made pi bracelets and necklaces, us- field day, which included games such
ing different colored fruit loops to rep- as musical pi and steal the pi. The
resent the digits from zero to nine. By m ath department donated various pies
stringing the fruit loops in order, they, for all the faculty to enjoy during lunch.
learned a creative way to.memorize Everyone enjoyed the very spirited cel-
the random digits of pi. ebration.


Celebration of Hope planned for April 8


Hope Charter School and Legacy
High will hold a big fund-raiser, en-
titled "Celebration of Hope," on Sat-
urday, April 8, in the Ocoee High
School gym. The theme this year is
"Prom Night, A Night under the
Stars."
The event will be held from 6-10
p.m. There will be a live auction, fea-
turing such items as theme park tick-
ets, golf packages and weekend get-
aways. A silent auction will run si-
multaneously and will offer dining

Learn about 'Give a Kid
a Backpack' Foundation
April 8 at library
"Give a Kid a Backpack" Founda-
tion invites the public to learn more
about making a difference to hundreds
of children throughout the world by
attending an informational meeting
Saturday, April 8, from 10:15 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. at the West Oaks Library
(Silver Star and Clark roads) in Ocoee.
Children are welcome.
For information, contact Rosanna
Kingston at 352-217-0800 or e-mail to
rmkingston @gmail.com.

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 details, call
407-656-3113.

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.

Awaha 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- '
656-3342.


gift certificates and gift baskets from
local merchants, such as Natascha
Lee's.
Professional comedienne Sheila
Ward will serve as host, and the
evening will feature dinner, dancing
and photos by Bryan Mazur.
Sponsorship opportunities are avail-
able, and all donations are tax-de-
ductible. Tickets are $25 each or two
for $40 in advance, $30 at the door.
For more information, call Hope
Charter School at 407-656-4673.



Donate old cell
phones to help
WOHS Warrior Band
The West Orange High
Warrior Band is holding a
cell phone drive to raise
funds for its operating ex-
penses. Everyone can help
by donating any inactive cell
phones.
.Drop-off boxes are located
in the band room and the
front office of.the school. Do
not include any chargers or
accessories. There is no cost
to the band to participate in
this program, so 100 percent
of the proceeds goes direct-
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THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DO.


Lionel C. Abbott, M.D.
Elpidio A. Abreu, M.D.
Nasim Ahmed, M.D.
Adnan Ahmed, M.D.
Ravi P. Akello, M.D.
Ganesh K. Akula, M.D.
Nosir Alar, M.D.
Carlos A. Alemony, M.D.
Rozo Ali, M.D.
Abbos S. Ali, M.D.
Lailo W. Alidina, M.D.
Kenneth A. Allwood, M.D.
Osoamia Al-Suleimon, M.D.
Axel W. Anderson; IV, M.D.
Michael W. Anderson, M.D.
Gene R. Arangorin, MD.
Jose R. Arias, Jr., M.D.
Banji 0. Awosika, M.D.
Alexander Azbel, M.D.
Nicholas G. Bagnoli, D.O.
Sandeep Bajoj, M.D.
Barbara L Baldwin, D.O.
Neil W. Baron, M.D.
Robert L. Bortemus, D.O.
Barry S. Berman, M.D.
Emmeline D. Blonkenbicker, M.D.
W. Kelly Bowman, M.D.
Shannon L Boyer, M.D.
Edwin L, Brackney, M.D.
Hedtor L. Briceno, D.M.D.
Steven L Brint, M.D.
Mark G. Brooks, M.D.
Don R. Buswell-Charkow, M.D.
Antonio Coos, M.D.
John.M. Capplemanr, M.D.
SMatthew S. Casovan, DO.
S Jesse W: Castleberry, M.D.
Allen R. Costello, M.D.


Louis S. Chatham, M.D.
Silvia H. Chavez, M.D.
Gary W. Chessman, D.P.M.
George W. Chisholm, M.D.
Digesh R. Chokshi, M.D.
Neole A. Cogswell, M.D.
Jeffrey M. Cohen, M.D.
Raymond J. Colom, M.D.
Thomas N. Cooper, M.D.
Neil Coskun, M.D.
William S. Cox, M.D.
W. Kevin Cox, M.D.
Stephanie P. Crum, M.D.
Jorge A. Cusco, M.D.
Steven M. Davis, M.D.
Lazaro L Delgado, M.D.
Carlos M. Dieguez, M.D.
Amy K. Dorn, M.D.
Yvonne D. Duffe, 0.0.
Chandresh Duggal, M.D.
Richard A. Dumois, M.D.
Arnold M. Einhorn, M.D.
Patrick G. Fairchild, M.D.
Eileen F. Farwick, D.O.
Jack G. Faup, M.D.
Jeffrey H. Field, M.D.
Kenneth R. Feuer, M.O.
Maria-Regina C. Flores, M.D.
Jorge L: Florin, M.D.
Alan R: Forbes, M.D.
Joe F. Franklin, M..,
Owen D. Fraser, M.D.
Joseph T. Gallagher, M.D.
Raghu D. Gonjam, M.D.
Guillermo E. Garcia; M.D..
Harbinder 5. Ghulldu, M.D.
Mark W. Gilchrist, M.D.'
Raymond E. Gilmer, Jr., M.D.


Albert H. Gleason, M.D.
Darlene M. Go, M.D.
Scott D. Greenwood, M.D.
Karl M. Hagen, M D.
Molek Hnonon, M.D.
Lou C. Harold, M.D.
Matthew B. Harrison, D.O.
Hugo V. Hart, M.D.
Marcos S. Hazday, M.D.
L. Jack Hempling, M.D.
Jorge L. Hernondez, M.D.
Vinicio Hernandez, M.D.
Diana7. Hernondez, M.D.
Wilson L. Hernandez, M.D.
Vrindo S. Hershberger, M.D.
Juan J. Herron, M.D.
Matthew P. Hevey, M.D.
Susan R. Hill, M.D.
Nabil H. Hilwa, M.D.
Muhammad A. Hizkil, M.D.
Lisa A. Hoff-Trueft, M.D.
Robert C. Howard, M.D.
John D. Horowitz, M.D.
Patrick T. Hunter, II, M.D.
Matthew D. Hurbanis, M.D.
Vasundhora G. lyengar, M.D.
Carlos Jassir, M.D.
Christopher J. Johnson, DO.
Dean L. Johnston, M.D.
Louis J. Kantounis, M.D.
Pran M. Kar, M.D.
Shivanand S. Karkal, M.D.
Thomas J. Katta, M.D..
Muhammpd A. Khan, M.D.
Naeent Khan, M.D.
Adnon A. Khan; M.D.
'Nagui N. Khouzom, M.D.
Joe S. Kimn,.M.D.
Jeffrey R. Koren, M.D.


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Sanjoy Kwotra, M.D.
Michael Loliberte, D.P.M.
Forooq M. Loteef, M.D.
Mark A Lombardo, D P.M.
Javier Lorenz, M.D.
David H. Lucas, M.D.
Arvind Madan, M.D.
Marissa E. Magsino, M.D.
Mark J. Mohan, M.D.
Nick A. Mohovir, D.P.M.
Syed A. Molik, M.D.
Abdul R. Mamso, M.D.
Parimal B. Maniar, M.D.
Scott D. Morsel, M.D.
Maurice W. Moscoe, M.D.
Robert L Musson, Jr., M.D.
Jay K. Mattheis, M.D.
Sundeep Medirotta, M.D.
Eugene A. Melvin, M.D.
Vipin K..Mendirata, M.D.
Michael G. Mercado, M.D.
William L Mills, M.D.
William S. Mitchell, M.D.
M. Naeem U. Moon, M.D.
Charles A. Morgan, M.D.
Michelle D. Muriel, M.D.
Adinorayana V. Nallamshetty, M.D.
Venkateswara R. Nondom, M.D.
Syed Naseeruddin, M.D.
Richard P. Nothonson, M.D.
Mazhar G. Nowoz, M.D.
Kevin D. Nowicki, M.D.
Carlos H. Ocampo, M.D.
Shereen I. Oloufa, M.D.
'Nema C Oriel-Comenencia, M.D.
John J. Orrego, M.D.
Hemont P. Painter, M.D.
Vraj L Panora, M.D.


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Mona P. Patel, M.D.
Pragnesh H. Patel, M.D.
Jose A. Piaorro, M.D.
Enrique D. Polonco, M.D.
Vijoyalokshmi Polavarapu, M.D.
Nosir I. Rahmotullah, M.D.
Mehr T. Rahmotullah, M.D.
Vrojlol L Rajyuguru, M.D.
Koran G. Reddy, M.D.
R. Bruce Redmon, M.D.
Arshad Rehman, M.D.
William J. Robbins, M.D.
Cecil O. Robertson, M.D.
Peter L Rose, Jr., M.D.
Bennett M. Rosenthol, M.D.
N. Thomas Ryan, M.D.
Nadla M. Sodek, M.D.
Muhammad A. Soleem, M.D.
Muhammod H. Salem, M.D.
Shohid Somy, M.D.
Louis J. Scala, M.D.
William D. Sefton, M.D.
Thomas Segarra, M.D.
Sanjay B. Shah, M.D.
Raza H. Shah, M.D.
Michael R. Sherman, M.D.
Joseph A. Shirer, Jr., M.D.
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Walter R. Siemian, M.D.
Sanjeev K. Shroff, M.D.
Richard L. Smith, M.D.
T. Selwyn Sornobala, M.D.
Carol A. Stewart, M.D.
Geoffrey Stewort, M.D.
Raviprosad G. Subrayo, M.D.
Javed A. Syed, M.D.


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Mouoz N. Tawom, M.D.
Peter D. Taylor, M.D.
Ruben A. Telon, M.D.
lames S. Teryl. M.D.
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Humberto B. Valdes, M.D.
Prodeep K. Vangolo, M.D.
Alan R. Varroux, M.D.
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Catherine Wang, M.D.
Lindo A. Wasserman, M.D.
Lewis C. Wasserman, M.D.
Robert P. Weaver, M.D.
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105 DOMESTIC
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401 TRADES
405 ACCESSORIES
410 AUTO PARTS
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470 BOAT PARTS
480 VEHICLES WANTED


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


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


FOR CLSIIEDADS ALL 07-56*121* AX 47-56605 DADINE:TUEDAY10A


hours/some overtime. Posi-
tions pay $7-$7.75 hrly, plus
bonuses. Drug test req'd. Im-
mediate Start. 'No fee. Call
407/774-4884 or apply online
@www.skilledjobs.coin.
4/13pis

AUTOMOTIVE PA [N TER
EXPERIENCED PAINTER
AND PREP PERSON. ALSO
BODY AND PREP PERSON.
EXCELLENT PAY WITH
BENEFITS. EOE/DRUG
FREE WORKPLACE HRS.
7-3:30. CALL 407/654-0344.
4/61cw

CENTRAL FLORIDA
READY MIX. Concrete de-
li\ery company. now hinng ex-
perienced Class B drners
Competitive wages and com-
missions. Call 352/394-1878
tfnefrm

CLASS A OR B CDL truck
dnver needed for central Firi-
da routes for bu.y plant nurs-
ery. Clean MVR and bond-
able DFWVP Call Nlonai
407/293-3721. 3/30kn

DRIVER NEEDED Delivery
for dry cleaners Mu't speak
fluent Eaglihi or bi-lingual
407/87?-7027 3/30aoc

DRIVERS-CDL A. True lease
to own program. Low pay-
ments/shon term lease A\g
$1. I/rrle plus fuel surcharge.
No Hazmal. No forced dis-
patch FFE Transportation
888/864-0012. tcan30

DRIVERS-CDL A. Special
orientation pay for expern-
enced dnrvers Home week-
ends Great pay & benefits.
Paid training for school grads.,
Cypress Truck Lines. Inc.
W'. u.cy presstrick com
888/808-5846 fcan30

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

DRIVER-NOW HIRING
qualified dnvers for cental Fl.
Local & nauonal OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker. no
hazmat. no pumps. great ben-
efits, competitme pay & new
equipment. Need 2 yrs. exp.
Call Bynum Transport for
your opportunity today.
800/741-7950 fcan30

DRY CLEANER NEEDS
counter person, tailor, presser
at WViner Garden. Ocoee. and
Conroy Turkey Lake loca-
tions Call Peter 407/797.
5337 4/6\c

EXP. CLASS A drivers. In
state food service delitery
Sun/Fri. nights Liftng re-
quued. Food service or bev'-


erage exp. a plus. $500 signing
-bonus. Accuracy bonus, 401k,
pd..holidays & vacations. Call
Nicole @ Kelly Foods, Winter
Garden. 407/654-0500. tfnkf

GENERAL MAINTE-
NANCE & grounds. CDL pre-
ferred. Inquire within.
Montverde Academy, CR 455,
Montverde. 4/6ma

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

HANDYMAN 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 in-
terview. 3/30ic

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

IMMEDIATE OPENING
AVAILABLE for cabinet
makers/wood workers. Will
consider someone ,,u'aining
on pouer.tools Drug Free En-
tLronment in ihe Clermont
area 352242-4814 3/30em\

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR wall panel production.
Widl ain. Great benefits For
further information please call
352/429-7916 4/13rbp

INSTALLERS. SERVICE
TECHNICLMNS, and Lami-
nators wanted Growing Cler-
mont area Kitchen and Bath
Cabmet Company is currently
seeking immediate hire for the
follow ing positions Lestallers.
Service Technicians. and Lam-
inators for production shop
Apphcani 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 352/394-7944-1
or E-mail Georgia@-mar-
garetwoodcrafl com 4/20mwl

LEAD OPERATOR. WE will
train you on our laser engrav-
mg machine Must be reliable,
& have good attention to detail
You will be responsible for su-
pervising up to 4 employees
in production operations I yr
supervisory exp preened F/T
benefits. Please fax work
history to Mir Wehmeter
407/654-845 1. rfndlb

0/0 DRIVER FFE The F/S
is higher here! $1 II a\g.
$2.000 sign on $2600 referral
bonus' Base plate provided
No truck, no problem Low
payment \itth short lease
800/569-9298. fcan30


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

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

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

SMALL PRESS OPERATOR
for busy print shop in Ocoee.
Toko R2/AB Dick exp. pre-
ferred, but 'iill train right per-
son Salary open Fai resume
to 107/S77-0S57 or e-mail to
Woquik@'aoi.com, Attn:
Gayle. No phone calls!
3/30 oqp

S 130
Medical

CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
SEEKING FiT Insurance Ver-
ificaton posiuotn Fai resume
to 352/394-0122 4/20df

EXPERIENCED DEN-
TAIJORTHOAssi E\c ben-
efits \ltth a ern compenuue
salarN. Hard working. team
onented indl\duals needed I
yr e\p a must Fa\ resume
-07/909-3004 4/20dro

MEDICAL ASST & FRONT
desk receptionist needed at
busy family medical practice.
Contaci Office Mgr -107/877-
3577 3/30dm

MEDICAL SERVICES
MANAGER Lake Mar', F-L.
full tune. Direct. supervise and
organize ork activities of two
maternal medicine specialists,
three medical assistants, and
three other support staff" Main-
tain records management and
data storage. Adnuirster fis-
cal operations such as budget,
accounting. expenditure au-
thonzanon, and financial re-
portng Establish work sched-
ules. monitor use of diagnos-
ic equipment, assess staffing
needs. and ensure effective use
of resources. Must keep
abreast with advances in in-
ternal medicine, diagnostic
and ueamuent equipment, and
health insurance changes No
pauent contact Required MD
or equivalent. Send resumes
to Sun State Medical Associ-
ates. P A., 758 North Sun
Dn'e, Suite 104, Lake Mary.
FL 32746. Ann Dr. Zia


3/30se

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

VET TECH. EXCELLENT
pay & benefits. Will train. Call
407/876-4461. 4/6slac

135
Professional

AGENT-REAL ESTATE
FREE CAREER SEMINAR
Positions now available Learn
how to get y,,ur license and
stan a rewarding career in real
estate sales Tuition reim-
bursement available. Top
training available: Earn up to
100% comm. For details on
the next Career event please
RSVP to 407/905-4455. Li-
censed and unlicensed wel-
come. tfnre.

ALL-FLORIDA MORT-
GAGE Center is now hiring.
licensed mortgage brokers and
experienced loan officers for
the Clermont office. Great
cormmssion splits. -01k. and
health tberefiti Please fai re-
umre to 352/404-0020 or call
Richard at 352/241-6060.
4.i6atrc .

ARE YOU CURRENTLY
getting paid what you are
,orth? Growing Allstate In-
surance office needs help!
E_\p preferred, will train right
person Life Specialist also
needed Call 407/654-6068.
fa% 407/654-6698 or email.
ksnglI988@cil.rr.com
3 0aic :

LOAN PROCESSOR &Loan
Officers. \\inter Garden loca-
tion I Call 866/783-15-12
4/20cms

OAKLAND LUXURY DE-
POT hiring 4 sales people"
Soon 100 cars & trucks in in-
ventory to sell from maior
lenders. Backed by new car fi-
nancing. Advertising budget.
benefits, good quality of life
Have fun & make money. Ap-
ply in person. 16415 W Colo-
nial Dr., Oakland 4/6old


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 ifsou want
the same success I want. Call
Tom at 407/509-1189 any-
time. 3/30pb

WANTED EXPERIENCED
LOAN Officer for growing
mortgage broker business.
Send resume to Contemporary
Mortgage-Winter Garden
branch. Fax: 407/656-1358; e-
.mail: thalliday@coritempo-
rarymortgage.com. 4/20cms

140
Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

COOKIES BY DESIGN now
hiring full &part-time Bak-
ers, decorator, & drLiers to
work Dr. Phillips area. Call
407/903-023i0 bcbd

LINE COOK-LOC.AL \ in-
ier Garden restaurant. e\pen-
ence preferred, but willing Io
tram. Must be dependable. pa'
rate negotiable. Please leae a
message at 352/394-00'S4 for
an interview appointment.
3/30ch

SONNY'S REAL PIT Bar-B-
Q isnou himng SER\VERS&
COOKS at 1500 East HIgh-
u 3 50. Clermont. FL If m-
werested. please apply between
2-4 prm, Monday through
Thursday nto phone calls
please 4/6srpb

TRENDY CAFE IN Metrou-
est itions including AM cook.
407/291-0134 4/6bc

WORKING KITCHEN SU-
PERVISOR Experience re-
q'd Del Cook. Cashler, good
pay. Mon -Fn Food service at
Auto Auction. 407/947-1667
for an appt tfnafs.


,orida

l 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


Isl 9a kvjI I '2


At Smokey Bones we're proud to be part of the Darden family of restaurants
which includes Olive Garden. Red Lobster, and Bahama Breeze And right now,
we're looking for people just like you. Be a part of our growth and turn up the
heat on your career.

Now Hiring All positions:
Competitive Wages Day One Benefits Available
Professional Growth Opportunities


Apply in person
Monday Friday,
2pm 4pm
7225 W. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32818


www.smokeybones com
tEO MF,,/D/V


155
Health & Beauty

BOOTH RENTERS WANT-
ED. Clientele, Windermere.
Facials, nails & hair, 321/662-
7466. 4/6rsa

PROFESSIONAL HAIR-
DRESSERS wanted w/fol-
lowing. Booth rental. Exc. lo-
cation. Call Diana 407/877-
8228.4/20s

160
General
Employment










Bldg. Inspector I & II
Distribution Tech*
Police Dispatcher
Police officer
Public Service Worker
Utilities Inspector II
Additional openings and
applications are available
online at www.cwgdn.cdm
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.






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


CARPET CLE NING
TECH. No exp. 407/292--1636b.
4/20 3d'

FRONT COUNTER/CUS-
TOMER servicee Profession-
al appearance and excellent
communitc3ion skills a must
Salary open Fa. resume to
407/877-0857 or e-mail to
Woquik@aol.com, Attn:
Gayle. No phone calls!
3/30woqp

KENNEL ATTENDANT.
Vet clinic has opening. Exc.
pay & benefits. Appl\ 8932 S
Apopka Vmeland Rd. 4,'6slac

STABLE HELP NEEDED


Knox Nursery


is growing a needs


new people.

















































940 Avalon Rd.(CR 545)
Winter Garden




940 AvaloiRd. (CR545)
Winter Garden


F/T position avail. Tues.-Sun.
7:30-2:00. Salary depending
on exp. Call 407/654-8718 for
an interview. 3/30jcs

165
Part-Time

PSI, A WINTER GARDEN
based telecommunications
company, needs a part-time
telephone refurbisher. This po-
sition is flexible as to
hours/week days worked. In-
dividual will work in the re-
pair department assisting with
the cleaning and basic repair
of telephones. $7 per hr. In-
terested personnel should con-
tact John at 407/905-7845.
4/20psi
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
Moin.-Fri. Good job for col-
lege students needing extra
money. Fax to Mr. Wehmeier
407/654-8451. 3/30djb

SUMMER CAMP COUN-
SELORS & receptionist need-
ed. Call Laura 407/293-6650
for more information.
4/6ooumc

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 a national cer-
Stification for swim instruc-
tion/CPR/FA. Must be imag-
inative, energetic, punctual,
responsible, self-motivated,
analytical and planning to at-
tend iciool OR REMAIN IN
ORLANDO unni Oct. 2007;
Good communication skills a
Must. Call 407/251-9869.
3/30pk

170
Employment,.
Wanted

PRIVATE CHEF/LIVE-in or
out 10 irs ep. in estates,
restaurants and \achis. Excel-
lent references. Please call
786/853-0045. 4/13tb





200
Items for Sale

BEER COLLECTORS
ITEMS. 300 + bottles & cans.
30 yrs. $200, obo. Also avail.


AUTOMOTIVE SALES
Aggre -c new nianapgenient teani is looking to add
growing staff. Must lim e preN ioirs sales e,,4).
- ni.,)l mecessarily in autonioth e. High g-osscs, ald
open sides floor allow 3 ou to make good ni0j)c3 and ie
schedule will allow voll faillih, thile oil tow of it! Hur
a private interview, call 35i--394-6176 (A- 407-6-%-
9418 ask lor Lynn McVickcr.

Call Bill Seidle Chevrolet -
in Clermont

18
352-394-6116 or 401-656-94 1








,2C The West Orange Times Thursday, March 30, 2006


signs, lights & mirrors.
407/297-7468 M-F or
521/2284 S-S. 3/30tw
CORRUGATED STEEL
ROOFING for Barns, Boat
Docks, Shops, etc. Also Cul-
vert Pipe: 15"x20,' 18"x20'.
surpluss Steel & Supply, Inc.
, popka. Call for pricing.
4A07/293-5788. tfnss.
FOR SALE: LIVING room
set includes: sofa, loveseat,
coffee table and two end ta-
bles, $400, obo. 407/654-4358
or 407/964-8244. 3/30fm
V$ETAL ROOFING. SAVE
5$$$buy direct from manufac-
turer. 20 colors in stock with all
-accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery available.
Toll free 888/393-0335.
fcan30
'OAK CAPTAINS BED-
'ROOM set w/nightstand, new
,mattress, dresser, chest, desk.
$800. 407/267-4624. 4/6sb
ORLANDO TANGELOS AT
Margroff Grove. Across Rt.
S50 from West Orange Lumber
Co., Oakland. You pick or I
Spick. 407/656-5768. tfnmg
PIANO FOR SALE. Good pi-
ano for students. Keller con-
sole. $750. Damp chaser &
padded bench. 407/656-3814.
4/13mr
QUEEN SLEEPER, $400.
King size Lexington bed,
'$750. Both good condition.
407/654-2530. 3/30cm
REIJUCED!!! RUG. INDIA
KASHAN Oriental. 12'xl8'.
New, never used. Hand made.;
.,,New Zealand wool. Ivory
Sw/blue & pink pastel flower
pattem $1900. MUST SELL-
.MAKE ANY REASON-
ABLE' OFFER. 407/654-
S7718. tfnid


SOFA (3 cushion) &
LOVESEAT (2 cushion). Toss
pillows to match. Pleated skirt.
Light background with pastel
accents. Used very little, kept
in formal living room.
$375/both. 407/656-6845 or
407/620-6307. tfnjb
STEEL BUILDING SOLU-
TIONS. "Manufacturer Di-
rect!" Priced to sell-built to
last. Featuring clear span de-
sign. Extensive range of sizes
and models. Pioneer. 800/668-
5422. fcan30
TREADMILL. BRAND
NEW. Sears Weslo Cadence
78E. Used very few times.
$220, obo. 407/739-2746.
tfncm
WOLFF TANNING BEDS.
Buy direct and save. Full body
units from $22/mo. Free color
catalog. Call today 800/842-
1305. www.np.etstan.com.
fcan30
240
Garage/Yard Sale
APRIL 1, 8-12.2766 Cullen's
Ct., Waterside subdv. off
Clarke Rd. Children/baby
stuff, bike,'couch, prom dress-
es, tools, CD's, misc. 3/301b
ESTATE SALE. Sat., April 1..
8am-2pm. Everything must
go! 13 pc.rattan patio set from
the Phillipines. 1901 Black-
wood Ave., Gotha. 3/30of
FULLERS CROSSING
NEIGHBORHOOD Garage
Sale. Sat., April 1. 7am-lpm.
Clothes, furniture, toys, and
books. Plant St. to East Crown
Pointe Rd. to Fullers Cross Rd.
Follow the signs. (Rain date
.Sat., April 8). 3/30pc
HOUSEHOLD, SAW, OLD
mowers, toys. Fri. March 31
and Sat., April 1. 8am-noon.
711 Valencia Shores Dr:,


W.G. 3/30mk
NEIGHBORHOOD YARD
SALE. Hickory Lake Estates.
545 to Old YMCA Rd. to
Lake Hickory Nut Rd. Some-
thing for everyone! Saturday,
8 till ? 3/30jm

280
Items Wanted


JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing
SCRAP
BATTERIES
500 EACH
510 E. HWY50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588

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



MM=II^


400
Automobiles


HONDA ACCORD, 5 spd.,
well kept, 1996, 122,000
miles. New tires, good A/C,
Sony 6 CD stereo. $4,000,
obo. 407/877-9723.4/6cm
'86 LINCOLN TOWNCAR.
90,000 actual miles. Proceeds
to benefit Bread of Life Fel-
lowship food ministry. $900,
407/654-7777. tfnbol
'93 NISSAN. 240 SX. Runs
great, needs an automatic
trans. sensor, $350. 407/656-
0670. 3/30pc
1999 TOYOTA COROLLA,
CE, good cond., A/C, power
windows, CD player. $5600,
obo. 407/654-2007. 3/30cw
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
SERVICE
528
Legal
ALL PERSONAL INJURIES
accident, wrongful death auto,
motorcycle, truck, premise,
.product slip & fall, pedestri-
an, animal bites. A-A-A'At-
torney Referral Service
800/733-5342, 24 hrs., 100's
of lawyers statewide. fcan30
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-
orme' Referral S c S00'733-
53-12 rcan3(


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. fcan30
530
Childcare
CHILDCARE IN MY Gotha
home. Flex. times avail. &
weekends. Exc. ref. Reason-
able rates. 407/532-6069, ask
for Linda. 4/201b
MATURE, EXPERIENCED
BABYSITTER available for
evening babysitting. $30
charge for sitting up to mid-
night; $8 additional for each
hour beyond midnight. Refer-
ences available upon request.
Call 407/292-4702 for infor-
mation. 4/6cf
540
Cleaning
HOME/OFFICE CLEANING
by Bobbi. 407/963-8627,
407/574-8014. tfnrt
560
Home
Improvement

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


REPAR. REMODEL. REN-
OVATIONS & installation


services. Call Handyroo's. Li-
censed/Insured. 407/340-1719.
3/30nr


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








600
Homes for Rent
CLERMONT, 1800.SQ.' FT.
3 bdrm/2ba house on 2 private
lakes. $1,000 a month plus se-
curity. N/S, no pets. 352/394-
6091. 3/30cv
FOR RENT. WINTER Gar-
den. 1/1, new carpet & paint.
Close to town & schools.
$600/mo. 352/742-0801.
3 301_
3/2/2 HOUSE IN Winter Gar-
den. Gated community, fenced
back yard, lake access. Nice
location. $1250/mo. plus se-
curity. Call 407/905-9936.
3/301p
610
Condo &
Townhouses
BRAND NE\\ GATE D om-
murua ati Southern Pine' 2j2.
study, den, library, communii-


ty pool, many indoor sports
activities, central h/a. $1300
p/mo. Security same. Close to
bus line, turnpike & 408.
201/615-8184 or 1/800-541-
5455 x 11.4/6im
BRAND NEW 2/2 condo, w/1
car garage, solarium. Lease
option to buy. Near all the
amenities. Off 535 near Hwy.
50. 407/592-2719. 4/6er
FOR RENT. Brand new 3 bed,
2 bath town house off SR535
in Winter Garden. All appli-
ances included. Gated com-
munity and much more for
only $1400. Call Al Realty at
407/928-7001. 4/6al
NEW SPACIOUS, 3 bed-
room, 2 ba condo for sale,
1453 sf, community pool, in-
door basketball, racquetball
and workout facilities.
954/650-8912. 3/30jk
620
Apartments &
Duplexes
STUDIO APARTMENT. Sin-
gle female preferred. No pets.
$550/mo. Non-smoker utili-
ties paid. 407/654-8700.
3/30kk
WINTER GARDEN. 1/1,
brand new condo w/garage.
$1050 p/mo. 1 mo. security;
954/734-4554. 3/30mf
625
Rooms/Efficiency
EFFICIENCY APTS FOR
rent. By week. 407/656-8124.
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& bath. Single; female, non-
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amenities. 408 & bus link.
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MOBILE HOME,
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friendly, pet friendly.
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in Clermont Hwy. 50, 3 story
building. 407/484-8049.
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740
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'"LOCATION, LOCATION,
LOCATION" Time to buy. In-
vestors & builders, great build-
able lots for sale in one of
Florida's fastest growing ar-
eas, Ft. Myers. 888/558-0032.
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REAL ESTATE FOR sale. 5
acres, city water & sewer
Available. Clermont area near
,-alicock Rd. Reduced
.$375,000. Austin Teal Corpo-
ration, Broker 407/448-0572.
4/6atc

RURAL HUNTING TIM-
BER land for sale 222.2 acres,
i$2500/acre. Atkinson Coun-
'ty, GA. Call for info 334/393-
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750
S Homes Out of
Area

'ASHEVILLE NC AREA.
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tain community with over 4
miles of riverfront..l to 8+
acres from the $60s. Incredible
Nviews! Custom community
.lodge with mountain spas,
S"riverwalk. Call 866/292-
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BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
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"Must see the beautiful peace-
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mountainsn. Homes,-cabins,
acreage & investments..Chero-
kee Mountain Realty, GMAC
Real Estate, Murphy.
www.cherbkeemountainreal-
ty.com. Call for free brochure
:8006841-5868. fcan30

-COASTAL NC WATER-
'FRONT. 1.5 acres. $99,900.
Beautifully wooded, great
views, pristine shoreline, deep


boatable water. Enjoy access to
ICW, Sound Atlantic. Paved
road, underground utilities.
Exc. financing. Call now
800/732-6601, x 1510. fcan30
FINAL CLOSEOUT-LAKE
bargains. April 8/9. Water ac-
cess from $34,900 with free
boat slips. Pay no closing
costs. Huge $5,000 savings on
beautifully wooded parcels at
34,000 acre lake Tennessee.
Enjoy unlimited water recre-
ation. Surrounded by state for-
est. Exc. financing. Call
800/704-3154,x 724 Tn. Land
Partners, LLC. fcan30
GOLF LOT SALE. Blue
Ridge Mtns. Near Asheville,
NC. Beautifully wooded home
sites on 18- hole Dye designed
golf course. Unbelievable in-
centives. Call toll free
866/334-3253 x 1047. chero-
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IF YOU'RE RELOCATING
to Ft. Lauderdale, Boca area,
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rent/sale. Please call 954/650-
8912. 3/30jk
LAKEFRONT AND LAKE-
VIEW properties nestled in the
hills of Tennessee on the
shores of pristine Norris Lake.
Call Lakeside Realty at
423/626-5820 or visit
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.
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LARGE MTN. LAND bar-
gains. High elevation. Adjoins
pristine state forest. 20+ AC
to 350 AC. Sweeping mtn..
views, steams. www.livein-
wv.com. fcan30
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throughout America; coastal,
mountain, waterfront proper-
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monthly special land reports.
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MONTANA MOUNTAIN
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views! 2.29 acres just $59,990.
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millions of acres of national
forest. Close to Canyon Ferry
Lake, minutes to Helena. Soils
testes, utilities, ready to build.
Call owner 866/365-6103.
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MURPHY, NORTH CAR-
OLINA. Aah cool summers,
mild winters. Affordable
homes & mountain cabins.
Call for free brochure.
877/837-2288. Exit Realty
Mountain View Properties.
www.exitmurphy.com. fcan30
*NC MOUNTAINS. 3 acres on
mountain top in gated com-
munity, view, trees, waterfall
& large public lake nearby,
paved private access, $58,500
owner. 866/789-8535.
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NORTH.CAROLINA GAT-
ED lakefront community. 1.5'
acres plus, 90 miles of shore-
line. Never before offered with
20% pre-development dis-
counts, 90% financing. Call
800/709-5253. fcan30

NORTH GEORGIA GATED
mountain community. New
homes close to infrastructure.
One hour north of Atlanta.
Golf, tennis, lake, pool. Info
www.benttreegeorgia.com.
fcan30

TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE. Gated mountain
community bordering a large
lake. Spectacular views. Com-
munity boat ramp,.private boat
slips. Between Chattanooga &
Knoxville. Call today
866/292-5769. Gates of the
River. fcan30

TN. WATERFRONT
MOUNTAIN property. Scenic
homesites surrounding Lake


Barkley. 1 to 6 acre view sites
& 5 to 40 acre privacy sites
from the $40's. 90 min. to
Nashville. Grand opening of
Phase II coming soon. Call
866/339-4966. fcan30
760
Mobile Homes
SINGLE & DOUBLEWIDE.
Owner will finance. 467/654-
8155. tfndh
35 FT. DUTCHMAN travel
trailer and shed. $5,000. Or-
lando-Winter Garden Camp-
ground, Lot 87. 407/654-
9743. 3/30pc
810
Real Estate
Wanted

STOP FORECLOSURE!
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 48-2005-CP-002966-O
Division: 1
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DENISE KELLEY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING


CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administra-
tion has been entered in the es-
tate of DENISE KELLEY, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2005-
CP-002966-O, by the Circuit
Court for Orange County, Flori-
da, Probate Division, the address
of which is 425 North Orange
Avenue, Room 340, Orlando,
Florida 32801; that the decedent's
date of death was September 1,
2005; that the total value of the es-
tate, excluding the protected
homestead and exempt property,
is $0.00, and that the names and
addresses of those to whom the
protected homestead property and
exempt property has been as-
signed by such order are:
Name:
Beneficiaries:
CHRISTOPHER KELLEY
8022 Laurel Tree Drive
Orlando, FL. 32819
CRAIG KELLEY
100 Windsong Place
Lynchburg, VA. 24502
KEVIN KELLEY
8022 Laurel Tree Drive
Orlando, FL. 32819
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the es-
tate of the decedent other than
those for whom provision for full
payment was made in the Order
of Summary Administration must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE.FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S


DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this Notice is March 23, 2006.
Person Giving Notice:
/s/ Christopher Kelley
CHRISTOPHER KELLEY
8022 Laurel Tree Drive
Orlando, FL. 32819
Attorney for Person Giving No-
tice:
/s/ Norma Stanley
Norma Stanley
Attorney for Petitioner
Florida Bar No.: 0778450
Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kan-
tor & Reed, P.A.
215 North Eola Drive
..Post Office Box 2809
Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: 407/843-4600
3/23, 3/30/06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 48-2006-CP-000704-O
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EDWIN RIOS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
EDWIN RIOS, deceased, whose
date of death was February 12,
2006, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Orange County, Flori-
da, ProbateDivision, the address
of which is 425 N. Orange Av-
ehue, Orlando, FL. 32801. The
names and addresses of the Per-
sonal Representative and the Per-
sonal Representative's attorney
are set forth below. ,
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be served must
file their claims with this court


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WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands againstdece-
dent's estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION"
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.


NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS.
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is March 23, 2006.
Personal Representative
/s/ Ronald M. Buckley
RONALD M. BUCKLEY
42 Westwood Road, South
Massapequa Park, New York
11762
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative:
/s/Joseph E. Neduchal
JOSEPH E. NEDUCHAL, ES-
QUIRE
Attorney' for Ronald Buckley


Florida Bar No.: 157359
Neduchal & Magee, P.A.
226 Hillcrest Street
Orlando, Florida 32801
Telephone: 407/423-1020
3/23, 3/30/06


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CANVASSING BOARD
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vassing Board will convene at
Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Av-
enue, Winter Garden, Florida, at
5:30 pm, April 18, 2006 for the
purpose of canvassing the elec-
tion returns and certifying the re-
sults of the General Municipal
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4C The West Orange Times Thursday, March 30, 2006


In accordance with the Sunshine
Law of Florida, this meeting is
open to the public and pursuant to
Section 101.68 (2) (c) 2, Florida
State Statutes, if any elector or
candidate believes that an absen-
tee ballot is illegal due to a de-
fect apparent on the voter's cer-
tificate, he or she may at any time
before the ballot is removed from
the envelope, file with the Can-
vassing Board a protest against
the canvass of that ballot, speci-
f tying the precinct, the ballot, and
reason he or she believes the bal-
lot to be illegal. A challenge
based upon a defect in the voter's
certificate may not be accepted
after the ballot has been removed
from the mailing envelope. Said
ballots will be made available to
the public for inspection at the
Orange County Supervisor of
Elections office, 119 West Ka-
ley St., Orlando from 4:00 pm
until 5:00 pm on April 11, 2006
and from 4:30 to 5:00 pm prior
to the Canvassing Board con-
vening.

Kathy Golden, City Clerk



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

NOTICE OF SALE

Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc., will
sell at Public Sale at Auction the
following vehicles to satisfy lien
pursuant to Chapter 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes on April 13, 2006
at 10 A.M.

*AUCTION WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS
LOCATED*

2002 HYUNDAI, VIN # KMH-
WF35H62A537540

Located at: 151 TAFT'
VINELAND ROAD, ORLAN-
DO, FL. 32824 Orange

Any person (s) claiming any in-
terest (s) in the above vehicles
contact: Rainbow Title & Lien,
Inc., 954/920-6020.

*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
Seen released prior to auction.
LIC.# AB-0001256




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Pursuant toFl. St. 713.585, Auto.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

File No.: 48-2006-CP-000583-O

Division: Probate Division

In Re The Estate Of:
Catherine B. Schrum,
a/k/a Catherine Schrum,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The formal administration of the
Estate of Catherine B. Schrum,
a/k/a Catherine Schrum, de-
ceased, File Number
File No.: 48-2006-CP-000583-O
has commenced in the Probate
Division of the Circuit Court, Or-
ange County, Florida, the address
of which is 425 North Orange
Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801.
The names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this no-
tice has been served must file
their claims with this Court at the
address set forth above WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors or persons
having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has not been served
must file their claims with this
Court at the address set forth
above WITHIN, THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW.

ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of first publication of
this notice is March 30, 2006.

Personal Representative
Charles E. Schrum, Jr.
276 Sylvia Road
West Melbourne, Florida 32904

Attorney for Personal Represen-;
tative
Blair M. Johnson
Blair M. Johnson, P.A.
P..-i Ofrrie Bc".. '"?06 ,
\\'intcr Gaider,, Fi.ri.J. 34777-
0496
Pr,,:r,- nur.b.r 40-, 56.5521
F.i, numtir e Jl40- 65to. .(l.
Fiorid.j Bar Numbr 296171
3,:i .) 'Or .
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

File No.:48-2006-CP-000469-0

IN RE: ESTATE OF

KATHLEEN IRWIN JOHN-
SON

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of
KATHLEEN IRWIN JOHN-
SON, deceased, whose date of
death was February 7, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is Clerk of the Circuit Court Pro-
bate Division, 425 N.,Orange Av-
enue, Room 340, Orlando, FL.
32801. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, con-
tingent, or unliquidated claims,
and who have been served a copy
of this notice, must file their
claims with Court' WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
.VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having.
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their claims
with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST.PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WIL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publication of
this notice is March 30, 2006.

Personal Representatives:
Maude J. Craig
1001 Ridge Top Road
Richmond, Virginia 23229

Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative:
STEPHEN 'D DUNEGAN,
ESQ,
Attorney for Maude J. Craig
Florida Bar No.:0326933
DEAN, MEAD, ,EGERTON,
BLOODWORTH, CAPOUANO
&.BOZARTH, P.A.


P.O. Box 2346
Orlando, Florida 32802-2346
Telephone: 407/841-1200
3/30, 4/6/06



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Auction for the following vehi-
cles will be held on April 13,
2006, at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando, FL.
32807 for the towing and storage
pursuant to F.S. # 713.78. Terms
are cash.

1996 CHRYSLER CONCORD
VIN # 2C3HC56F6TH233226

MD Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Sly's Towing & Recovery gives
Notice ofForeclosure of Lien and
intent to sell vehicles pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes that on 4/11/06 10:00
a.m. at 119 5th St., Winter Gar-
den, Fl. 34787-3613. Sly's Tow-
ing & Recovery reserves the right
to accept or reject any and/or all
bids.

86 CADI, 4DR.
1G6DW69YOG9744573
87 MERCURY, 4DR.
2MEBM75F2HX611758
89 DODGE, 4DR.
1B3BA46K6KF467897
92 CHRY., 2DR.
IC3XU4534NF201602
93 PONT., 2DR.
IG2JB14T8P7553803
97 FORD, VAN
IFDEE14L2VHB55798
01 DODGE, PU.
JB7HC16Y21S231873



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

File No.: 48-2006-CP-000720-O

In Re The Estate Of:

IDA C. LOCKWOOD,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Testate)

The formal administration of the
Estate of IDA C. LOCKWOOD,
deceased, File Number 48-2006-
CP-000720-0, has commenced
in the Probate Division of the Cir-
cuit Court, Orange County, Flori-
da, the address of which is 425
North Orange Avenue, Orlando,
Florida 32801. The names and
addresses of the Personal Repre-
sentative and the Personal Rep-
resentative's attorney are set forth
below.

All creditors of the decedent, and
.:lhor puri:.n, hai ing claim.- :r
dcrnrand- :gain, l, cedert .- -


tate on whom a copy of this no-
tice has been served must file
their claims with this Court at the
address set forth above WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors or persons
having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has not been served
must file their claims with this
Court at the address set forth
above WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW.

ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of first publication of
this notice is March 30, 2006.

Personal Representative:
MONIQUE LOCKWOOD
1145 Decatur Street
Brooklyn, NY 11207

Attorney fdr Personal Represen-
tative
ERIC S. MASHBURN
Post Office Box 771268
Phone number (407) 656-1576
Fax number (407) 877-9166
Florida Bar Number 263036
3/30,4/6/06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

File No.: 48-2006-CP-000405- i

Division: Probate Division

In Re The Estate Of:
James Edward Cauley,
a//a James E. Cauley,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The formal administration of the
Estate of James Edward Cauley,
a/k/a James E. Cauley, deceased,
File Number
File No.: 48-2006-CP-000405-O
has 'commenced in the Probate
Di im ion o.f the Cirh: ti C,'.Cun. OF -
ange Countn. Florida, the addrc
.:t .%hich !, -125 Noith Orange
tcnrue. Otlando. Flooda 32l-.i"
The names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this no-
licc ha. been ..:r\ed rru:, f;l:
their c:la.T. ,th hl: Co l'rt [l
address set forth above WITHIN
,THE LiTER OF THREE
MONTHS iFTER THE DATE


OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors or persons
having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has not been served
must file their claims with this
Court at the address set forth
above WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW.

ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of first publication of
this notice is March 30, 2006.

Personal Representative
Sharon P. Petersont
17224 Malcolm Road
Winter Garden, Florida 34787

Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative
Blair M. Johnson
Blair M. Johnson, P.A.
Post Office Box 770496
Winter Garden, Florida 34777-
0496
Phone number: 407/656-5521
Fax number: 407/656-0305
Florida Bar Number: 296171
3/30, 4/6/06




NOTICE OF SALE

2004 CHEVROLET
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AUCTION DATE: 4/10/05 @
8:00 am

AUCTION LOCATION: 1075
E. Story Rd.,
Winter Garden, FL.
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lot in Montverde. Eat-in kitchen, Florida
room, water access to Lake Florence, ceramic
tile and carpet. Very well maintained home!
Call Brenda Christensen
407-948-4361. MLS# 04664677


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Make an offer on this terrific fanulN home con-
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room. \% alk m closet. \vulied cetlig, cooking is-
land, ne%% carpet and net\ rrucros a\e' $36,.'.0(I).
Hans Mumm,
321-947-3435. MLS# 04661749


VERONICA PLACE
Bring the kids! This 4be/2ba home has a lush and
relaxing fenced backyard with a custom playground.
House is in immaculate condition. Interior is fresh-
ly painted with gorgeous ule & carpet throughout.
Priced to sell. Call Chris Lowe 407-782-6155. NLS#
04647342


ADMIRAL POINTE
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or rear neighbors. Bring our boat & jet slis! A must see
$468.000. Call Chris Lose 407-782-6155. MLSI
04664654


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Great starter home or investor. Located on a fenced, cor-
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room. No HOA' $205,000. Call Cindy Manning 407-
924-7896. NLS# 104654178


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Pre-coristruction Beauitrul custom built 5.300 SF home on
over one AC 5br/Sba, li\ing room, dining room. exquisite
pool & outdoor kitchen. exercise room. inla\i suite ii h pn-
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garage...call today! Brenda Christensen 4107 948-4361.
MLS# 04639569


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Manning 407-924-7896. NILS# 04652190
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Gaied community i ith ever\ amenity ou
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9 foot ceilings, ceramic ule. $315.000. Call
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04665546


GLENMUIR IN WINDERMERE
Beautiful Pulie "Rial" model VERY MOTI-
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SEE in one of \\inderruere'. most prestigious
neighborhoods $520.9i00 Tons Sarrini 321-2'76-
3737 MLSi 0l660i148


INDEPENDENCE
Seller monsated Practicaltl brand nei\ home'
Loads of upgrades, corner lot "klth NO rear
neighbors' Detached garage. pond i le.-al in
one of Orange Couni\'s finest communleis1
$4-9.900. Tony Sartni 321-276-3737
NILS# 04659925


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10 acres on Sugarloaf Mountain in Clennont.
330 feet of paved road frontage make this a
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WINDERMERE
For Sale by Owner
Custom 3 bed/2.5 balh/2 car garage
pool home in Downtown Olde Win-
dermere with lake access to Butler
: Chain. Formal LR/DR, fireplace, iam-
ily room, master bedroom wilh catie-
... .. dral ceilings and walk-in closet, in-
door laundry, new tile, stainless ap-
OPEN HOUSE pliances. granite, custom screened
117 Palm Street Windermere, FL34786 pool. Mature oaks and quiet street.
SUNDAY April 2nd 11:00 AM 4:30 PM Asking $739K. Call for appointment:
Christine 0. McLeod Cell: (407)492-0280 407-574-5966 or visit
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units to choose from $1150-$1350, wa-
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YOUNG & BEAUTIFUL! You will smell the newness in this lovely 4
BD, 3 BA, 3 Garage home w/brick pavers, luxurious master bath re-
treat, 14X17 bonus rm for the movie buffs.
$434,900
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NEW HOME IN SUMMERPORT 4 BD, 3 BA Park Square home IMMACULATE AND SPACIOUS! 3 BD, 2.5 BA home w/screened pool
w/pond view in beautiful Summerport. Many upgrades including and patio. Enjoy home cooking in a very large kitchen w/walk-in pantry
Stile, cabinets, faucets, and Corian countertops w/built-in sink.. & breakfast bar. Jacuzzi.tub in master bedroom.
$427,000 $385,000
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COUNTRY DUPLEX Live in one side & rent out.the other. 3 BD, 1.5
BA each side. Country setting w/great room for kids to play. Great in-
vestment. Peaceful. Near the 429.
$289,900
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IMMACULATE KINGS RIDGE This 2 BD, 2 BA + den home in 55+
community is spacious w/new carpet, freshly painted, screen en-
closed porch w/large backyard and lots of privacy.
S$289,900
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MR, CLEAN LIVES HERE! This 5 BD, 2.5 BA, 3040 sq. ft. home'in
Southchase is spacious, .very clean, & on a cul-de-sac in a gated
community. Location is close to everything & full of extras.
$395,000
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CLERMONT-WATERFRONT & VIEW Fantastic floor plan! Combined
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$499,900
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$369,900
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NOBODY SLEPT HERE This new 4 BD, 3 BA, 3 Car home new w/dra-
matic flair features bonus room w/surround sound, large cabinets &
granite counter tops in kitchen. Fully Loaded.
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4 WITH A POOL
S4/2 wlth 4th bedroom used as ortice, but
could easily be converted Dack. Sparkling i
Spool, natural maple cabineirv, oversized
corner lot on quiet cul-de-sac All neutral
Just wailing for your personal touches'
Gated communityr $354,900 ask Tor Sher- .
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VALENCIA SHUH ES
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81K in upgrades, double oven, Glass
cooktop, 42 upper.wine rack, intercom
system, all stainless appliances, Large
MBR suite/tray ceiling, Greal private cor-
ner lot. You will be impressed with this
home! Owner/agent $459,900.
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BUTLER CHAIN OF LAKES
'La Vue de Paradise'wilh 100 t of walerront on
one ol Florida's most pristine walerways This
4500 s I home teaures an e pansive game
room and theater with a 2nd Iloor balcony The
nealed pool or covered lerrac:e are perteci places
to enlov magnificent sunsets and Disney tire-
works! $2 450.000 MLS#04655507


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IN KEENE'S POINTE
4 bedroom, 3 balh home with a
study. Lots of upgrades and located
in a gated community. $759,000
MLS#04654596


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SVie Bon ne Good Lite' Ti New French Coun-
S itry Esiale win Old World Charm features a lu,
unous masler suite wilh replace and balcony
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n' Mn, natural stone, wood, travertine and gran.
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COUNTRY CLUB AREA
LuOalion' LOcalion' BeauillI pond Ironi lot
Tn,hs 4.2 nome realiures filed ufo'er living, dining
Ii'nen and.scree-ned porch Living room tire
place wmn accenting Dook display cases and
spaj: ouS hicnern 2"C bingess and granite counter
lops upgrades galore' $525000 Call Jean
Corngan 407--24 2435 or Mary Ann Collings
407-222 0264 MLSvO-4655511


BEAUTIFUL HOME
ON CORNER LOT
SBeautiful home on oversized cor-
ner lot. 4/3 plus bonus room.
SLots of tile, 42" cherry cabinets.
$562,000 MLS#04651270
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Dowhnsair5 residence isE 2 ed. Itrdlh upnljir:
residence is 3 bed,2titn G real lIr Mr.lner
Daugnit Inlaws or Rental income Trhre evnn
an inground pool Reia.' in eihner Ol ine 2
screened porcriec: nrd ElOya Ihe ie:ci and Iranr
qulity orl in,. qul-l sqri l 1EE 625 000 Ca1 Dec.
ble Andrews i40 247-5311 or Sandy G0
ammanco 407-4999056 MLS#04658965


EXCLUSIVE WINDERMERE
SThis fabulous 5/4 pool home sits on .63 ;
acres with 105' of greenbell area be-
-hind. Located in a private, gated com-
munity close to shopping with easy
Access to downtown, attractions, and A
Airport! $775,500 MLS#04644674
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This Reserve at Belmere nome is ex-
traordinary The anention to detail is seen
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Sapplianrces. $835 000 MLSe04663426

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DESIRABLE KEENE'S POINTE
:Bright, beaulilul. Drand new! This pris-
"tine corner lot home has tons of up-
grades including expensive tile, gas bum- ;
Sing fireplace, granite countertops, up-
graded calinels and hardware! A must
Ssee! $764,900 MLS#04657075
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4/3 HOME IN
i WINDERMERE ON 1 ACRE
Lovely 4/3 pool home, 2278sf on over
1 acre of land. Blend into nature on
your 1 + acre lushly landscaped yard.
S $524,000 MLS#04665057
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UNIQUE 3/2.5 POOL HOME |
: IN HEART OF WINDERMERE
Aini[eclu[ra lly unique custom Ibuilt home. DeIulilully up-
dalea wlin new cabinel. granite countenops wood and ile
Iloors Ouielstreei. waitlto downtown Lush. mature land-
Sscaping on 100x168 lot Screenedporch overnoo's pool jnd
Sdeck 14,14 screened ga;eDo with Jacuazi not ID. Own-
Seiageni $749.000 MILS 004659859



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I AM THE ONE!!
Windermere Groves 4 bed 2 bath. Gorgeous
granite flooring. Bright, open contemporary
on corner cul-de-sac lot. 27' screened lanai
with 6 person hot tub. Master suite fit for a
king! $365,000 MLS#04659594


WINDERMERE LAKE
FRONT ON 2 ACRES
Spectacular sunsets! 7632sf entertaining home
with home theatre, great room, master suite, 4
gas fireplaces, dramatic stairway & columns. Up-
grades throughout. Located on a ski lake! Full
size basketball and tennis courts, cul-de-sac,
guard gate security! $2,499,000
MLS#04651170
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A DREAM IN GATED
BROOKESTONE!
Fabulous 4 bedroom on corner. Huge, dream
kitchen, 42" maple cabinets with crown mold-
ing. 19x13 covered lanai with skylight &
much more. $408,900 MLS#04661961


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DESIRABLE WINDERMERE
This exquisite Sorrenson estate home perfectly
blends lorm and function with meticulous atten-
tion to every detail. Loaded with upgrades in-
cluding an oversized lanai, surround sound, cus-
tom cabinetry, gourmet kitchen, central vac. and
much more. A sparkling jewel. $1,399,000 call Joan
Hundley 321-228-8217 MLS#04663739
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IMMACUALTE HOME IN
STONE CREEK
Immaculate 3/2.5 home with loft in popular
Stone Creek with lots of extras! $279,000
MLS#04663503


PACK YOUR CLUBS,
WELCOME HOME TO LEGENDS
Beautiful golf course community. 24 hour
manned security. Home has lots of ceramic
tile. Situated on the golf course it shows like
a model. Tons of upgrades like self cleaning
pool, downstairs guest bedroom and main
suite upstairs. $529,900 MLS#04655403


AVALON PARK
Reduced $30,000! Sellers motivated!
$500 gas card to new buyers! Attrac-
tive Avalon Park 3/2 on conservation
corner lot! $369,000 call Karen Jor-
gensen 407-808-3118 MLS#04651850


BEAUIIIUL 4/4 IN tSIAlt
AT WINDERMERE
- Fantastic 4/4 home in gated Estates at Winder-
mere Home has it all...3/4 acre lot, solar heated '
Spool and gas heated spa, underground dog fenc-
ing, granite kitchen with double ovens and center
island, and gorgeous hardwood floors. This home
is move in perfect! $729,900 MLS#04664039


BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY
4/2.5 IN WINDERMERE
New 4/2.5 home on oversized lot. Loaded with up-
grades 42 maple cabinets, coran counlertops, tile
throughout all on lirsl Iloor, and many more! You ;
will love this home. $465,000 MLS#04664907
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LOVELY WESMERE HOME
Sit back and enjoy the super private back-
Syard with lush landscaping. Tucked back
nicely on a cul-de-sac this 4/2 home is a must
see! Enjoy the fabulous amenities including
a community pool, tennis courts, playground,
. and more! $385,000 MLS#04668627


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CREAM PUFF
Spectacular 3 bedroom & living room perfect
z for office w/ French doors. Fresh paint inside
S& out. Newer appliances. Huge screened
lanai/patio. Must see this one! $355,000
MLS#04665870
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ADORABLE GOLF FRONTAGE 4
WINTER GARDEN HOME I
You'll love this 3/2 home located within Ihe gates
on Stoneybrook West. The home ealures porce-
lain flooring and a bonus room off the master which
is ideal as a nursery or private office, you can even ',
j, make it a 4th bedroom. $365,000 MLS#04663710 .
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2 bedroom 2 bath condo on first floor. Con-
do is being sold complete with furnishings
for added appeal. Community offers swimming
pool and tennis court. $139,000
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GOLF FRONT HOME IN
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Brand new 4/3 with over 3000sf overlook-
ing golf course. 2 story family room. Mas-
ter on first floor. Club includes fitness,
pool, dock for fishing, and more! $494,000
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WINDERMERE CHARMIER
4/3 lovingly remodeled and ready to be called :
home!! Shaded by old oaks & walking dis-
tance to all town amenities. Includes 1/10
ownership to lakefront property nearby!
$649,900. Includes 20,000 pool allowance.
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Built in 1913 and located in the heart of Win-
dermere. Awesome water views from the
-. grand front porch. Wonderful beach front
Spark to enjoy all your water sports. Truly a
unique opportunity to love a special proper-
ty. $1,399,000 MLS#04642650
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SPrvate. gated Butler Chain home designed by well
. known architect & completed by award winning
builder. Soaring ceilings & expansive glass with
porches & patios nestled among lush gardens.
Priceless water views & unlimited lun on 1 ol 12
interconnecting lakes 'outstanding Florida water-
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