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W.G. offers utility bill
assistance to
low-income seniors
The city of Winter Garden is
offering utility bill assistance to
qualifying low-income seniors.
The Senior Citizens' Utility As-
sistance Program application and
renewal process runs through
May 1.
Residents can get an applica-
tion from City Hall, 251 W. Plant
St. After qualifying, residents'
utility bills will be reduced up
to $35 each month beginning in
May. For more details, call the as-
sistant city clerk at 407-656-
4111, Ext: 2297.

Egg hunt set
in Speer Park
The Silverliners will hold their
third annual Easter egg hunt this
Saturday, April 8, from 1-3 p.m.
at Speer Park in Oakland. Chil-
dren should bring a basket for
collecting eggs; a bag will be
pio\ ided for those \% without abas-
ket.
The event will include fun,
games and refreshments. Speer
Park is at 340 Tubb St.

Ocoee Founders' Day
volunteers needed
The ciry of Ocoee will hold a
Founders' Day meeting on
Thursday. April 13, at 6:30 p.m.
at City Hall. The plans for the
2006 Founders' Day Celebration
x ill be discussed. Volunteers for
this annual event are needed and
encouraged to attend.
For more information, call'
Debbie Gallo at 407-905-3180

Sign up for
Pop Warner
Registration for the West Or-
ange Wildcats Pop Warner foot-
ball and cheerleading program
continues this Saturday. April 8.
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for new
and returning players and cheer-
leaders.
Register at the Winter Garden
Sports Complex at Walker Field
on Park Avenue The cost is
$100 for cheerleaders and $125
for football players.
Coaches and volunteers are
needed. For information, call
Cathi Britton at 407-427-0092.

Spring Fling at
Windermere Union
Church April 7
Windermere Union Church
Preschool will host a Spring
Fling this Fnday, April 7. from
4-7 p.m. The festivities will in-
clude a silent auction. games, a
cakewalk. bounce houses, a slide
and concessions (including Sno-
Kones. popcorn, food and much
more). The church is located at
436 Oakdale St. in Windeermere.
For more information, call 407-
909-0464.

Spring cleanup dates
for Ocoee residents
The city of Ocoee has sched-
uled two spring cleanup dates
for residents. The dates for the
collection of bulky waste are Sat-
urday.-April 8. for Monday-
Thursday customers and Satur-
day, April 15. for Tuesday-Fri-
day customers.
Bulky wastete ems include ap-
pliances, furniture, carpeting and
padding, barbecue grills, bicy-
cles. toys and swing sets. No
hazardous waste, such as paint,
tires or car parts, will be col-
lected.
For more information, call
407-905-3170.

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


Runoff elections' Tuesday

in Ocoee, Winter Garden


Offices of mayor and District

1 commissioner up for grabs


f a c Photo by Amy Ouesinberry
Rockin' for a cure
$52,266.68. That's how much the Crawford Tire team brought in at Friday's West Orange Relay ForLife at
West Orange High School. Rockin' out in their pink T-shirts in front of their malt shop are, I-r, Donna Sol-
do, cancer survivor Mona Best and Linda Simmons; and, in front, 7-year-old McKenzie Best, one of Mona
Best's grandchildren. Another member.of the team, Sherry Wise, was the top individual fund-raiser with
$12,466.72. The 18-hour Relay, a fund-raiser for the American Cancer Society, collected more than $175,000,
with more money coming in in the next few weeks. For story and more photos, see 17A..


Relay For

Life set for

April 7-8

at DPHS

By Kathy Aber

Let's Ctrl+Alt+Del Cancer is the
theme for this year's Southwest Relay
For Life rallf at Dr. Phillips High
School. Fifty-five teams are current-
ly signed up for the two-day, overight
event cancer fund-raiser this Friday
and Saturday. April 7-8. in Bill
Spoone Stadium at DPHS. Organizers
have set a goal of raising $140,000
for the American Cancer Society.
More than 80 sites have been re-
serted since some of the teams have
more than one site. but sites are still
available, according to Kathy Lead-
beater, the DPHS principal's secre-
tary.
Teams consisting of 10-15 mem-
bers each contribute from $1,500 to
$2.000 tow ard the Relay goal.
The community is in\vitedi to come
out and support this free everit to raise
funds for cancer research.
The Relay begins at 6 p.m. with spe-
cial recognition for survivors, who
make the first lap around the track to
begin the event. I
Each team selects and decorates a
campsite on the DPHS football field
and keeps teammates walking the sta-
dium track for the duration of,the event
- from sundo" n Friday through noon

SSee Relay, 3A)


Fifth Annual

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Saturday, April 8 ;2006
Design courtesy of Run Among the Lakes committee
Run Among the Lakes steps off this Saturday
Windermere's 5th Run Among the Lakes 5K will begin this Saturday at
8 a.m. Participants will each receive a collector's edition T-shirt fea-
turing this original art by Windermere artist Kitty Osburn. Runners can
register on race day beginning at 6:30 a.m. for a fee of $25. A free kids
run is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. For more information, call Donna Steele
at 407-876-8393 or go to www.trackshack.com. The 3.1-mile race
course meanders along Windermere's lakefront.


By Michael Laval

Round two of Winter Garden's mu-
nicipal elections will take place Tues-
day, April 11, when voters decide in
runoffs the offices of mayor and Dis-
trict 1 commissioner.
All registered voters in Winter Gar-
den will be able to cast ballots in the
mayoral race between incumbent Jack
Quesinberry and Rod Reynolds. The
two candidates led a four-man field
in,the March 14 election with neither
receiving the necessary majority. Col-
in Sharman and Edward Bowman
placed third and fourth, respectively.
Quesinberry, a retired state-certi-
fied building contractor, has served
as mayor for the past 14 years and has
lived in Winter Garden for 36 years.
He said he wants to serve another
term to ensure that the city continues
on its path of being the best small city
in Florida. Quesinberry said he feels
strongly about managing growth prop-
erly, encouraging cultural projects and
redeveloping State Road 50 and East
Winter Garden.
Reynolds, a Winter Garden native,
has served as District 1 commission-
er since being appointed last year to fill
the term of recalled Commissioner
Bill Thompson. He has been the own-
er of Dail\ Graphics in downtown
Winter Gurden since 1986.
Reynolds said he is running for
mayor because he feels it is time for
a change in the city's leadership He
said he believes opening up city gov-
ernment is the most important issue
facing Winter Garden.
Only 2,484 out of Winter Garden's
12.694 registered voters cast ballots
in the Maich 14 mayoral election for
about a 19.6 percent turnout.
'All residents can vote for mayor
April I from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at their


designated polling place: Tanner Hall,
29 W. Garden Ave.; the Winter Gar-
den Senior Center, 1 E. Cypress St.; or
Stoneybrook West Golf Club, 15501
Towne Commons Blvd.
District 1 residents will choose their
representative on the City Commis-
sion in the runoff between Bob
Buchanan and H. Gerald Jowers. The
two candidates edged out Kent Hors-
ley in the March 14 election.
Buchanan, an Orange County na-
tive, has lived in Winter Garden for
the past 20 years. He has owned and
operated Bob's Handyman Service
for five years and is a member of the
city's Planning and Zoning Board.
Buchanan said he is in touch with the
needs and desires of District 1 resi-
dents and said he wants to help lead the
redevelopment of S.R. 50, East Plant
Street and the city's recreational fa-
cilities.
Jowers, a Winter Garden native, has
lived here .or 58 years. He is presi-
dent ofG.J. Batteries, Jowers Batter-
ies and U.S. Lead. He previously
served three terms on the City Com-
mission from 1986-88 (District 1),
1989-91 i.Dismont ) and 1994-96 (Dis-
trict 4) and is a former member of the
Planning and Zoning Board.
He said he is running for office
again because he feels District 1 needs
a commissioner who has the interests
of the entire district at heart, rather
than a special-interest group. Jowers
added that the city must be able to ac-
commodate rapid rro\ th and the ser-
vices it demands.
Out of 2,744 registered voters liv-
ing in District 1, a total of 949 ballots
were cast March 14 in the commis-
sion race for a 34.6 percent turnout
rate.
District 1 residents must vote at
Tanner Hall.


Anderson, Shira vie in Ocoee

for District 2 commission seat


By Mary Anne Swickerath

District 2 voters in Ocoee will go
to the polls Tuesday, April 11, to
choose between City Commission in-
cumbent Scott Anderson and his chal-
lenger, Janet Shira They are the two
candidates who qualified for a runoff
election after the votes were split be-
tween four candidates in the regular
election March 14, \with no candidate
receiving a clear majority. Placing
third and fourth. respectively. were
Jim Sills and Darrell Lo\eti.
The owner of a local marketing
compan.. Anderson is a 10-yearcom-
nission \eternan and has lived i Ocoee
for 29 s\eas. I
He said he is seeking a ne\\ term to
complete important projects already
in place. He also feels his long expe-
rience on the commission is impor-
tant ro the cir in a time of continued


growth.
Shira, who is running for office for
the first time. has been an Ocoee res-
ident since 1987. She is a profession-
ally certified municipal planner in pri-
vate practice. She also worked for the
city of Ocoee for 17 years as a plan-
ner, director of community relations
and assistant to the city manager in
charge of special projects.
She feels that it is time for a change
in District 2 and that the city needs a
vision and an overall plan for its future,
something she thinks has been lacking
for too long
Onl 771 registered otherss went to
the polls for the District 2 election
March 14 out of a total of 3.981, alow
19 percent turnout.
Once again, the Ocoee Communi-
tv Center %% ill be the oting site Tues-
day. and it will be open from 7 a.m. to
7 p.m.


See what's blooming at Saturday's garden festival
OEM -- -


- The Bloom 'N' Grow
Garden Society's annual
Spring Fever in the Garden
will be spread out along
downtown Winter Garden.

This Saturday's Spring Fever in the
Garden is the sixth annual garden fes-
tival sponsored by the Bloom 'N'
Grow Garden Society and the city of
Winter Garden. It takes place April 8
in downtown Winter Garden and % ill
feature hundreds of plants from Flori-
da growers (some not available retail i.
along with other garden-related items
available for purchase.
The festival begins at 9 p.m. and
concludes at 4 p.m.
Guests can purchase plants, pots.
wrought-iron items. birdbaths, wind
chimes, pottern or garden furniture:
visit the butterfly garden and Kid
Zone: get the latest gardening tips at
the "Ask the Experts" booth; enjoy
musical entertainment: and grab some-
thing to eat at food concession stands
and local restaurants sen ing outdoors
and indoors along Plant Street.
A silent auction including art by lo-
cal artists and deluxe golf packages
will be held at the Winter Garden His-
tory Center. New this year are 10
wooden Adirondack chairs that were
given unfinished to local artists. They


painted them m their own style. and the
chairs will be available for bid for pur-
chase. The chairs v ere painted by Ar-
lene Emery. like Malloy, Tic Bowen,
Rick Barnocky, Juli Simon, Lucy
Cogswell. John Yates, Mary Keating
and Sue Thompson (and friend Isaac i.
Citrus label dealers from throughout
Florida will converge for the semi-an-
nual Citrus Label Show and Sale,
which will feature collectable labels
from this and other states. The labels
will be shown near the Winter Gar-
den Heritage Museum.
Scheduled entertainment and edu-
cational presentations will be includ-
ed in the festival activities during the
daylong event.
The city of Winter Garden will of-
fer electric cart service to transport
purchases. Transportation from the
festival to the Path of Life at Chapin
Station on the West Orange Trail will
also be provided.
For more information on the festi-
val, go to \www\.cwgdn.com.
Bloom 'N' is an affiliate of the
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs
Inc. It received the prestigious Kel-
logg Award. given annually to one
garden club in the country. in 2001
for its creation and maintenance of the
Path of Life, a landscaped refuge fea-
turing personalized briclis Kaye Chas-
tain is the club president, and Sue
Crabtree is chair of the 2006 festival.


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Photo courtesy of Bloom 'N' Grow
These and more Adirondack chairs painted by local artists can be purchased during a silent auction .
Saturday at the Spring Fever in the Garden festival. Jan Cochran, a member of the sponsoring Bloom 'N'
Grow Garden Society, shows Bill Chastain the colorful chairs that will sold this Saturday. April 8, in down-
town Winter Garden.


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Obituaries


Local police and fire reports


MYRA W. BETHUNE, 66, died Thurs-
day, March 30. Survivors: husband of
nearly 48 years, James, Longwood;
daughters, Jennifer Fumas, Oviedo, Joy
Peterson, Athens, Ga.; sons, Jim,
Ocoee, Jason, Webster; brother, Tim
Washburn, Leeds, Ala.; 12 grandchil-
dren; 1 great-grandchild. Memorial do-
nations can be made to Hospice of the
Comforter, 595 Montgomery Road, Al-
tamonte Springs 32714-3125 orto M.D.
Anderson Cancer Center, 1400 Orange
Ave., Orlando 32806. Woodlawn Memo-
rial Park and Funeral Home, Gotha.
RICHARD HARVEY BLANTON, 69, Al-
tamonte Springs, died Wednesday,-
March 29. He was born in 1936 in Or-
lando. He served in the U.S. Navy. Sur-
vivors: wife of 45 years, Alma "Jo";
daughter, Karin (and Curt) Horanic, Or-
lando; brother, Jerry, Aiken, S.C.; sis-
ters, Ginger Shaw, Orlando, Mary Jean
Hair, Oakland; grandchildren, Eric, Tim-
othy. Memorial donations can be sent
to the American Lung Association, 1333
W. Colonial Drive, Orlando. Carey Hand
Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Winter Park.
ANTHONY BOLIVAR, 3, Winter Gar-
den, died Friday, March 31. He was
Catholic. Survivors: parents, Olmes and
Angela Garcia Bolivar. Collison Carey
Hand Funeral Home, Winter Garden:
VERNA E. CANTRELL, 76, Ocoee, died
Thursday, March 30. Orlando Direct Cre-
mation Service .
EMMANUEL CARBAJAL, 2, Winter
Garden, died Friday, March 31. Postell's
Mortuary, Pine Hills Chapel, Orlando.
ALICE W. DODD, 87, Ocoee, died
Thursday, March 30. Born in Hinton,
W.Va., she moved to Orange County in
1957 from Baltimore, Md. She was a re-
tired secretary and a former employee of
Martin Marietta. She was a member of
Acts Fellowship in Ocoee. Survivors:
Daughters, Helein Hitchcock, Mims, Rila
Jane Smith, Clewiston; son, Joseph K.,
Kissimmee; sister, Dorothy Hart, Bar-
tow: brothers, Harvey B. Weeks Jr., Glen
Arm, Md., William Weeks, Union Park;
9 grandchildren; 1 great-great-grand-
child. Memorial donations can be made
to the donor's favorite charity. A memo-
rial service will be held at a later date;
Brevard Memorial Funeral Home.
ELLEN GERTRUDE (SMITH) HAM-
* MOND, 80, Windermere, died March 27.
She was born in Kingsport, Tenn., in
.1925. She attended Kingsport grade
schools and the original Dobyns-Ben-
nett High School. She married James
Clifford Hammond in 1948 and moved to
Orlando in 1958. Survivors: husband of
58 years, James; daughters, Sherron
Van Hom, Orlando, Vickie Ann Jackson,
Windermere; 1 granddaughter, 2 grand-
sons; 4 great-grandchildren; childhood
best friend, Jackie Shipley, Blountville,
STenn. Woodlawn Memorial Park and Fu-
neral Home.
ANTHONY G. TONYY" HADERER, 55,
Orlando, died March 27. He was born
in 1950 in Miami. He attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and was captain of the
golf team for 3 years during college. He
was a past member of the Bay Hill Coun-
try Club. He coached his son's sports
teams for many years. Survivors: son,
Anthony G. Ill, Orlando; sisters, Vilma
J. Sapp, Weston, Irma H. Lauter, Hing-
ham, Mass. Memorial donations can be
made to the Golden Retriever Rescue
Foundation. Woodlawn Memorial Park
and Funeral Home, Gotha.
ROXIE BATTLE HARDEN, 75, Winter
Garden, died March 25. She was born in
1930 in Hawkinsville, Ga. Survivors: hus-
band, Mathis; sons, Joseph Singletary,
Winter Garden, Willie Sr., Geneva; broth-
ers, W.C. Battle, J.B. Battle, Manuel Bat-


Skate Night at
First Baptist W.G.
First Baptist Church of Winter Gar-
den is hosting Skate Night this Friday.
April 7. at 8 p.m. There will be a guest
speaker, free food and door prizes.
Those attending should bring their
skateboard and a friend. For details.
call Leslie Hurlebaus at 407-656-2352.
SThe church is at 125 E. Plant St.


tie, Eddie Lee Battle, Benjamen Battle,
all of Winter Garden,, Lawrence Battle,
Seabrook, Md., Otis Battle, Chicago, Ill.,
Tracy Battle, Hawkinsville; sisters, Annie
Ruth Morss, Winter Garden, Ida Mae
Morss, Hawkinsville; 9 grandchildren;
17 great-grandchildren. Marvin C. Zan-
ders Funeral Home, Apopka; Winter
Garden Cemetery.
JoANN HOLLEY, 57, Tildenville, died
March 24. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral
Home, Apopka.
NICHOLAS "NICK" GLENN JONES,
25, died March 26. He was bom in 1980
in Orlando and
moved to
Starke Lake
Circle in Ocoee
when he was
3. He attended -i
school in
Ocoee and at
West Orange
High School.
He sang in the
chorus and
played Ocoee
Little League.
At age 16, Nick closed his lawn-care
business and got a job at McDonald's,
where he soon became a manager and
was responsible for scheduling, hiring,
running shifts and making deposits. He
was a Police Explorer for Ocoee and.
Winter Garden, where he rose to the
rank of lieutenant. Nick received the Ad-
visor's Award twice, was a member of
the National Junior Beta Club and re-
ceived the President's Award and schbl-
arship from President Clinton for out-
standing service to his community. In a
letter of recommendation. Sgt. Buddy
Nash. Ihe Winter Garden Explorer ad-
visor, said, "I only wish there were open--
ings at Winter Garden." Nick attended
Valencia Community College for busi-
ness administration, where he was on
the dean's list, and later attended the
police academy. At age 19, he began
working at the Ocoee. Police Depart-
ment. He was not even old enough'to
buy his own back-up gun or ammuni-
tion, a fact his co-workers frequently re-
minded him of. He was a field Iraining
officer and traffic homicide investigator
and received many letters of commen-
dation from fellow officers and supervi-
sors. Survivors: parents,' Douglas
"Glenn" and Cynthia Rose "Cindy"
Jones; brother, Andrew; sisters,. Kim-
berly, Katie; wife, Michelle. A memorial
account has been'set in honor of Offi-
cer Nick Jones at Washington, Mutual


For


Bank, 1784 E. Silver Star Road, account
#3091949328. A donation to this account
is requested in lieu of flowers or gifts.
ACCA VIRGINIA MITCHELL LOFLIN,
93, a longtime resident of Winter Gar-
den, died March 26. She was born in
1912 in Yatesville, Ga. She is prede-
ceased by her husband, Milton Hill Loflin.
Survivors: daughter, Betty Jean Loflin
Hawthorne; grandchildren, Sara
Hawthorne (and Ted) Geltz, Claud (and
Jan) Hawthorne; great-grandchildren,
Tad, Mitch, Adam, Will, Laura, John;
niece, Louise Bowen. Memorial dona-
tions can be made to Hospice of the
Comforter, 480 W. Central Parkway, Al-
taimonte Springs 32714. Interment at
Woodlawn Cemetery, Gotha.
JAMES McFEETERS, 81, Winter Gar-
den, died Saturday, April 1. Woodlawn
Funeral Home, Gotha.
THOMAS P. MURRAY, 70, Apopka,
died March 28. He was born in 1936 in
Brooklyn, N.Y. He moved to Central
Florida in 1985. He was a member of
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.
He was the past president of the Inter-
national Police Association, a retired po-
lice officer from the Nassau County Po-
lice Department, a volunteer firefighter for
the Oceanside Fire Department in Long
Island, N.Y., a member of Knights of
Columbus since 1958, serving a term
as Grand Khight, a charter member of St.
Francis of Assisi Knights of Columbus
and a 4t1 degree of Knights of Colim-
bus and- a member of Apopka Elks
Lodge 2422, serving as a trustee and
treasurer. Survivors: wife, Joan; children,
Joan, Apopka, Susan and Lynn Pettingill,
Oakland, Patty, Colorado, Kathy and
Charles Tapia, New York; brother, John,
New York; sister, Kathleen Keenan, New
York; grandchildren, John Monk Jr.,
Amanda Monk. Jason Levine, Jennifer
Levine, Tommy Tapia. He was preced-
ed in death by a son, Tommy, and
daughter, Barbara Levine. Memorial do-
nations can be made to St. Francis of
Assisi Building Fund, 834 S. Highway
441, Apopka 32703; or Hospice of the
Comforter, 480 W. Central Parkway, Al-
tamonte Springs 32714. Loomis Family
Funeral Home, Apopka; Greenwood
Cemetery, Apopka.
FRANCES FRISZ OSWALT, 92, Cler-
mont, died March 26. She was born in
Terre Haute, Ind., and moved to Cler-
mont in 1924: She volunteered in many.
capacities, including preparing layettes
for pregnant women at a local center


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and collecting winter clothing to donate
to Cumberland College, Kentucky. She
organized the Pink Ladies Auxiliary at
South Lake Memorial Hospital to staff
the sick room of an elementary school in
the 1950s. She was an original member
of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church.
She was active in the church's Ladies
Guild, and she was a founding member
of the Clermont Garden Club. She
served as treasurer for Meals on Wheels
from 1985-2003. Survivors: sons,
Thomas W., Lakeland, Richard E. "Bud-
dy," Clermont, John D., Windermere;
daughters, Diane Russ, Clermont, Car-
olyn Bond, Boone, N.C.; brothers, Ed-
ward J. Frisz, Detroit, Lawrence W. Frisz,
Ridgefield Park, N.J., Paul Frisz, Orlan-
do; sisters, Winnie Moore, Dahlonega,
Ga., Ann M. Smith, Hays, N.C., Dorothy
Cunningham, Oak Ridge, Tenn.; 14
grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren;
4 great-great-grandchildren.
JOHN BENTON ROBERTS, 61, Win-
ter Garden, died Friday, March 31. Sur-
vivors: daughters, Jonnielyn Salisbury,
Candy Keller, Samantha, Charleen
Roberts; son, Brian; brothers, Benson,
Billy, Barnard; grandchildren, Bb,
Bradley, Amber. The funeral service was
set for this Wednesday. April 5, at 1 p.m.
at Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home. Win-
ter Garden, with interment at Glen Haven
Memorial, Winter Park.
FAUSTINO R. ROSALLI, 97, Ocoee,
died Sunday,' April 2. Osceola Memory
Gardens Cemetery, Funeral Home &
Crematory, Kissimmee.
ALAN EDWARD THOMAS, 64, Orlan-
do, died Thursday, March 30, after a
brief illness. He was born in 1941. in
Sioux Falls, S.D. He passionately and
boldly served the Lord in his church and
community. Survivors: wife of 45 years,
Colleen Le Mont Thomas; children,
Michelle (and David) Ross, Des Moines,
Iowa, Melissa (and Davia) Peoples, Win-
dermere, Brad (and Rebecca), Mem-
phis, Tenn., Knstin (and Jonathan)
Doyle, Marietta, Ga.; 12 grandchildren;
father, Algie, Fresno, Calif.. brother, Don,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He was preceded
in death by his mother, Alma, Cedar
Rapids. Robert Bryaht Funeral & Cre-
mation Chapel; Cedar Memorial Funer-
Sal Home, Cedar Rapids. -
CARMEN VAZQUEZ, 102, Winter Gar-
den, died Friday, March 31. Funeraria
San Juan, Kissimmee.


OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 72 calls for assistance
during the period of March 23-29:
Fire-3
EMS-57
Vehicle accidents-1
Public service-20
False alarms--11
City calls-65
County calls--4
Winter Garden-1
Windermere calls-2.

Ocoee police report
The Ocoee Police Department
reported 606 calls for service
March 24-30.
,Arrests-9 adult males, 7 adult
females, 7 juvenile males, 13 ju-
venile females.
False alarms-13
Assault/battery-13 -
Burglary, residential & busi-
ness-2
Burglary, vehicle-7
Child abuse-8


West Orange Seniors
The West Orange Seniors annual
spring picnic will be held Thursday,
April 20. and it will be a "Thanks for
the NMemones Celebrauon" in honor of
Janies Moble\. the Seniors' bus driv-
er and cooklfor the past 16 years.
,All the Seniors are asked to bring
a thank-s ou card for James, complete
\\ ith their memones of him.
On Saturday, April 22, the group


Criminal mischief-3
DUI-1
Robbery-3
Thefts-17
Vehicle accidents-23
Vehicle thefts-2
Alarms, total-36
Death/suicide/traffic homicide-
2
Disturbances-94
Missing/runaway adults-1
Missing/runaway juvenile-2.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 74 calls for as-
sistance during the period of March
26 through April 1:
Fires-3
Emergency medical calls-52 "
Auto accidents--6
Automatic fire alarms-3
Public assist-2
Hazardous conditions-1
Miscellaneous-7.


to hold annual picnic
will tour the Mary, Queen of the Uni-
verse Shrine. The cost is $5, and the
bus will leave the Ocoee Community
Center at 8 a.m.
Last Thursday, 12 members had
lunch at the Asian Buffet in Winter
Garden before meeting at the Com-
munity Center. They enjoyed brows-
ing through Catherine Jaeger's pho-
tos from her recent trip to Ireland.


Justin McWilliams
January 26, 1982 to April 7, 2002
SJustin,
." .'
You remain the light.of our lives the jo. in our soul. We remain
in awe-at the lives you touched, and continue to touch each da\
We are filled with pride at the love you gave to so many.
SThank-you for being you.
Forever in our Hearts,
SMom, Dadand Ashlev
Justice for Justin..:..Coming Spring 2006
www.justiceforjustin.com


407-578-9922


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Mayor defend it against all enemies.
City of Winter Garden
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SUNRISE SERVICE


6:30 am Sunday, April 16, 2006


Newton Park on Lake Apopka

Winter Garden, FL


Bring your lawn chair or blanket and join us

S.. for this inspiring service!


.Ajoint effort by BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH,
CORNERS.TONE COMMUNITY, PEOPLE OF FAITH
Sar4d various churches of Winter Garden


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Thursday, April 6, 2006 The West Orange Times 3A


Town riding fence on interpretation of code


By Amy Quesinberry


Lowell Teal's 3rd book in the Bath Pond series is now available. All 3 books will be for sale this Saturday
during the festival in downtown Winter Garden.


Lowell Teal's Bath Pond series is
Complete and will be on sale this Satur-
Sday during the Bloom 'N' Grow Gar-
Sden Society's Spring Fever in the Gar-
Sden festival. The last of the trilogy, In-
herited Journey, completes the series.
Bath Pond, the small lake, is real and
continues to exist. However, few can"
find it these days. Its existence played a
huge role in the lives of native residents
50 and older, in years past.
The first in the series, Bath Pond, is the
Story of an early Florida family that rose
from abject poverty during the Depres-.


sion.
The second book, Fortunes Crossing,
is the inspiring story of a young busi-
nessman who suffers from terminal
illness and who devotes the last year of
his life to "dying with class" and help-
ing a friend recovering from an addiction.
Inherited Journey, the third book, is
a fun story laced with life lessons.
Dressed in immaculately tailored cloth-
ing, Gus Squires goes to the Gregson
farm in hopes of forging an alliance be-
tween their two foundations'. Within
minutes, Gus finds himself sprawled in


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SCrabtree creates another winner
.' Andy Crabtree has designed this year's poster for the Bloom 'N' Grow
Garden Society's Spring Fever in the Garden, as he has done for the
* past 5 years. The event is this Saturday, April 8, in downtown Winter
: Garden. Crabtree, a partner in Lyontree Studios, grew up in Winter
: Garden and majored in art at Auburn University.


W.G. e-mail newsletter
To receive a free monthly informa-
tional e-newsletter from the Winter
Garden Recreation Department, resi-
dents can register their e-mail ad-
.dresses at the city's Web site at
.ww\w.cwgdn.com. Call the rec office
at 407-656-4155 for more informa-
tion.

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

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


Masonic Lodge
schedules meetings
Winter Garden Masonic Lodge 165
F&AM1 holds its stated communica-
tions on the first and third Thursday of
the month at 7:30 p.m. Theilodge is
at 230 W. Bay St. On the third Thurs-
day, brothers and their families can
come to a covered-dish dinner and
program at 6 p.m. For more informa-
tion. call Steve Teal, worshipful mas-
ter. at 407-654-2181 or the lodge at
407-87.7-2550.


Lowell Teal finishes Bath


Relay


Pond trilogy
the muddy quagmire of the cattle pen.
The books will be available in front of
Lacey's Past & Presents or Shaw's
Flowers & Gifts, both in downtown
Winter Garden, during the festival. They
are also available at www.Lowell-
Teal.com, local bookstores and other In-
ternet sources.
"While I consider all three books as
self-help written in wholesome, yet hi-
larious, story form, there are, undoubt-
edly, resemblances between the char-,
acters and persons of all our acquain-
tances," Teal said.


Celebration of Hope
planned for April 8
Hope Charter School and Legacy
High will hold a big fund-raiser, enti-.
tled "Celebration of Hope," on Satur-
day, 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 v ill 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 gift
certificates and gift baskets from lo-
cal merchants,'ich 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

Free hazardous waste
disposal is April 15
Orange County residents can remove
household hazardous w aste from their
homes and bring it Saturday. April 15,
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. to the Orange
County Services Building on West Sto-
ry Road in Ocoee. It will be properly
disposed of free of charge.
The items that will be accepted in-
clude pool chemicals, varnish and stains.
waste oil, pesticides, solvents, paint.
chemistry sets, unknown chemicals.
propane tanks (20 pound maximum),
household and vehicle batteries.
flammable liquids, paint thinner, brake
fluids and antifreeze, computers, DVD
players, telephones, fax machines, stere-
os, printers, televisions, keyboards.
VCRs and CD players.
If containers are leaking, pack them
in a larger container with an absorbent
material, such as cat litter. Do not mix ma-
terials into a smgle container. Label the
material. If the content is unknown. la-
bel it "unknown."
Do not bring biologically active ma-
terials, radioactive materials, explosives,
ammunition or tires.
For details, call the Orange County
Utilities Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-
6601 or visit Solid.Waste@'ocfl.net.


Public Notice
City, of Winter Garden
Town Hall Meeting

Notice is here\ gi en that Commissioner Nichols.has scheduled a To% n Hall
meenng on April 10. 2006, at Stoneybrook West Club House. 15501 Towne Com-
mons Bldd, Winter Garden. FL trom 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. One or more
Cuy Commissioners may be in attendance and ma\ participate in discussions.
Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of the pro-
ceedings should contact the Club House Manager at 1407) 877-8533 48 hours
in advance of the scheduled meeting.


April 2, 2006

Dear Citizens of Winter Garden:

As a previous political candidate for mayor of Winter Garden. I would like to make it known that I have not
and will not publicly endorse any other candidate for mayor. To date I have only publicly supported myself
and Gerald Jowers, who is running for commissioner in District 1.

I feel that each and every person should evaluate what is best fot all of Winter Garden. One of the most im-
portant roles in our city government is the city manager's position. I feel that we have a great leader
in our current city manager, Mike Bollhoefer. He is looking out for what is best for all of Winter Garden.
I would never support a candidate that is considering firing the city manager as part of their agenda.
Mike is an asset to the city, and I look forward to working with him in the future when I am mayor.

I would like to thank all of you that supported me.

Sincerely,

. Colii Sharman
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Fences are going up in Oakland, but
not all of them meet the town code re-
quirements. The problem is that the
town code is vague regarding the height
of fences in street-side and rear yards.
The town code doesn't adequately
address what rules apply when the house
sits on a "through" lot, meaning it has
a road behind it and, thus, is defined as
having two front yards. In some areas of
Oakland, these are actual roads instead
of small alleys.
There is a height limit of four feet for
front yard fences, but some residents
with "through" lots assume their back
yard is, indeed, a back yard and have
installed six- and even eight-foot feces.
Fences up to eight feet can be in-
stalled in side yards that are not street-
side yards (between side-by-side yards).
According to Town Manager Maureen
Rischitelli, the town once had a per-
mitting process that residents had to go
through if they wanted to obtain a vari-
ance to the four-foot rule. Over time,
fewer and fewer residents have followed
that process.
In the fencing ordinance, there is also
a rule pertaining to side yards that are ac-
tually front yards, depending on the lo-.
cation of the garage and front door .


For the Relay, teams will divide into
twosomes to fill out the time slots for
the 18-hour walk. Court said each mem-
ber knows at least one individual with
cancer.
DPHS senior Greg Bridge is the cap-
tain of the Business Academy's Relay For
Life team. He got involved after his
brother told him how much fun he had
at a previous Relay For Life at West Or-
ange High.
His team is made up of Business
Academy students, who have all been
friends for some time, said Bridge. The
team has two sites, boys vs. girls',and
both are themed around the television
reality show Survivor. The team has or-
gapized car washes and dinner nights to
raise funds, and during the Relay, the
team willhold drawings:and offer pedi-
cab rides to collecftfore donations. The
team divided the Relay into one-hour
shifts, which were assigned equally with
two teammates per shift.
OHS Administrative Dean David Os-
born asked some of his students why
they are participating in the Relay. Stu-
dents said they believe cancer research
is \ern important and beneficial to their
lives. In addition. many ha\e e\peri-
enced losses to cancer atla very young
age
The OHS Relay teams were formed
by sports groups and student clubs, like
the \olleybaJl team. running club. Na-,
tional Honor Society. Student Go\em-
ment and Beta Club. Teachers have
formed teams. as have individuals.
In February and March. OHS orga-
nized a school, ide e\ ent called Outrun
Cancer that featured students and teach-
ers competing in Olympic games and a
faculty car wash to raise $10.000 for the
Relay event.
Several OHS teachers have currently


Confused? So is everyone else, so
Town Planner Roland Magyar will look
at the issue and come back to the com-
mission with a recommendation.
Once a new ordinance is adopted, any
fences currently in place will be grand-
fathered in but will have to comply with
new codes if they are taken down and
replaced.
On another matter, commissioners
Mona Phipps and Bill Sullivan were
sworn into office for their four-year
terms.
In other business, the' elected offi-
cials:
approved a site plan for the Oak-
land Nature Preserve that calls for con-
structing a3,932-square-foot office/ed-
ucational building and locating a 502-
square-foot historical cabin on-site.
These will be located south of the park-
ing lot and preserve entrance. The office
itself is 576 square feet and will be con-
nected to a 3,356-square-foot interpre-
tive center by a covered walkway.
.voted to proceed with a housing re-
development grant and an economic de-
velopment grant following a presenta-
tion on Community Development Block
Grants by Scott Modesitt of Summit
Professional Services. The public hear-
ing outlined the grants available. The
town is focusing on affordable housing


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have cancer and some of the faculty have
family members who are suffering from
Sor who recently died from the disease.
The school is participating to honor
them, Osbom said. Theresa Reynolds, the
OHS varsity head cross-country coach,
has committed to walk the greatest dis-
tance- 10'miles.
Local businesses, churches, neigh-
borhood associations, hotels and area
corporations are also joining in the ral-
ly. Teams can still register by calling
Steve McKinney, event chairperson, at
407-355-3215 or e-niailing him at mck-
inns2@ocps.net.


Happy 50th Birthday

BELINDA WILSON
4-3-1956


Holy Week Events
I o 8 V e 11 s



Palm Sunday 9:00am & 11:66am
Celebrate the triumphal entry of our Lord into Jerusalem. The morning
services will feature exciting music from the choir and praise team with a
\isit from our preschoolers at the 11:00 service. That evening join togeth-
er with the whole church as we celebrate an international dinner
at 5pm.

Holy Thursday 7:00pm
Feature presentation of "The Passion of the Christ" followed by an-open
communion table. Pizza available for purchase betwe'en:6-7pm:.

Good Friday Service 7pm
We will honor our Lord's sacrifice by hearing the seven last words he
said from the cross. With .music from the Ocoee Oaks choir and crosses
made by Ocoee Oaks members displayed to bring vitality to your
worship experience. We expect 30-40 crosses that all help us remember i
why Jesus died. This nv ill be a highly visual and moving experience.
You won't want to miss it.

Spring Fling hlam-registration 10:30am
Easter Egg Hunt: registration starts at 10:30 and the hunt is precisely
at 11. Don't be late! Live music by the Holy Grounds Praise Band. games
for children, moonwalk. giant slide and horse rides all free.
Food also available for purchase. Invite your friends and neighbors.
Our annual basket raffle will be held all morning with winners announced
at 1:30pm.

Easter Services
9:00 and 11:00 Celebrating the Risen Lord with special music from the
Ocoee Oaks Choir, Praise Team, and the newly formed children's choir.


Sunday Apil1


Ocoee Oaks

SiC H U R C H
A UNITED METHODIST CONGREGATION


Ocoee Oaks Church 201 S. Clarke Rd. Ocoee
407-293-0700 www.ocoeeoaksumc.com


Saturday.
During the event, there will be mu-
sic, entertainment, games, silent auc-
tions and more to keep the enthusiasm.
going. Silent auction items collected
thus far include dinner baskets from Out-
back Steakhouse, sports items auto-
graphed by Johnny Damon and A.J.
Pierzynuki (Major Leaguers who were'
students at DPHS), a family portrait from
BrynAlan and handmade potteryby
DPHS instructor Mike Lalone.
The Relay will feature a special lu-
minaria ceremony on Friday at 9 p.m. that:
will honor loved ones affected by the
disease. To purchase a luminaria that
will be place around the DPHS track,
contact Kathy Leadbeater at 407-355-
3201 or e-mail her at
leadbek@ocps.k2.fl.us. Leadbeater is
also collecting donations.
Clubs and extracurricular groups at
DPHS have organized eleven of the
teams. In addition, Ol mpia. High
School. Chain of Lakes and Southwest
middle schools and Bay Meadows and
Palm Lake elementary schools have
teams participating.
DPHS sophomore Nicole Court is a
member of the Medical Academ 's Re-
lay For Life Team. Court said she got
involved to raise money for the Amer-
ican Cancer Societl and for conunmni-
tr ser ice hours. Her team is composed
of 15 students and one teacher \ ho came
together to raise money to help find a
cure for cancer.
The theme of the Medical Academy's
site is television games, a gimmick to
attract visitors to the site. Site guests
will be asked to form teams and. for a $10
donation, to compete against other
groups. Medical academy teammates
are also organizing a bake sale to raise
another $2.000-$3.000.


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and a community center.
discussed the town's landscaping
irrigation ordinance. The St. Johns Riv-
er Water Management District has re-
moved the water emergency status but
has adopted a twice-weekly watering
rule and is asking local jurisdictions to
adopt a new ordinance that addresses
two-day-a-week watering in a non-
emergency status.
voted for Commissioner Mike Sat-
terfield to serve another year as vice
mayor.
decided by consensus to hire spe-
cial counsel to assist the Community
Redevelopment Agency in its prepara-
tion of the legal formation of the CRA
district.
heard from Commissioner Mona
Phipps that the town has received its
signs for the Scenic Byway designa-
tion. She wants to plan a ceremony for
the first sign installed.
received an update from Marcia Ca-
son, principal of Oakland Avenue Char-
ter School: She has spent two weeks
evaluating teachers, four students are
taking their science fair projects to the
state competition, and several Oakland
police officers are serving as student
mentors.
were notified that the Oakland Her-
itage Festival is Oct. 28.


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4A The West Orange Times Thursday,-April 6, 2006


Opinion


In our opinion

Editorials


Candidates offer a real choice in Ocoee runoff election


Only 19 percent of registered voters in Dis-
trict 2 turned out for the March 14 Ocoee City
Commission election. Let's hope more than
that exercise their right to vote in Tuesday's
runoff election between incumbent Scott An-
derson and challenger Janet Shira.
These two candidates offer a clear choice for
the voters. Anderson, a 10-year veteran on the
City Commission, represents the status quo and
experience. Shira, a former city employee and
professional planner, offers new ideas and new


attitudes and would likely seek changes to busi-
ness-as-usual.
.We think it's time for a change in District 2,
and we think Shira offers some sound ideas for
change. We also think Anderson deserves sin-
cere thanks from the Ocoee community for his
years of dedicated service.
Whichever candidate they chose, we urge
District 2 voters to mark their ballots at the
Ocoee Community Center from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday, April 1-1.


Editor:
I am a concerned citizen in District 4.
I just received a mailing from our city commissioner,
Carol Nichols, and it speaks of a Town Hall gathering April
10, 2006. I am concerned because I feel that Ms. Nichols
has a hidden agenda with the campaign. It looks like she
spent a lot of money on these mailings that focus on the
election. Although she states in a message about want-
ing to hear about our suggestions for improvement in
the district, it is overpowered, by the election piece on
her mailing.
It concerns me that Commissioner Nichols is more in-


terested in the race than what is going on in our district.
It is sad that Ms. Nichols is just now reaching out to the
community the day before a run-off election when she
has been in this position for almost a year.
Although the campaign is as important to us, Ms.
Nichols should be focusing on our district concerns and
not the election. If you want to support a candidate, then
do so, but do not include it in a Town Hall gathering
when you should be focusing on our concerns.
Patricia Perry
Winter Garden


Keep Winter Garden on the right path -
vote Quesinberry and Buchanan


Jack Quesinberry is our choice to continue
guiding Winter Garden on a.path of cultural and
economic prosperity. Voters should remember
that much of what makes Winter Garden great
today, such as the newly renovated downtown
district, was developed under his leadership..
Quesinberry offers stability and a proven track
record. The support Quesinberry has demon-
strated for the city manager and' his staff is vi-
tal to keeping Winter Garden on the right track.
It has become increasingly clear that his op-
ponent, Rod Reynolds, would be a train wreck,
for Winter Garden. Electinghim would include
his posse, who, we believe, can't be trusted. Is
Reynolds carrying a lot of baggage, or is the
baggage carrying him? Either way, we don't
need "them."
Reynolds has even skirted the election rules
and has done everything to show that five's a Re-


publican except ride a red-white-and-blue ele-
phant down Plant Street. The problem is this is
a non-partisan race and it shows that he will do
anything to get elected. But, the apple doesn't
fall far from the "political consultant," who has
been an embarrassment to the Republican Par-
ty for years.
Mayor Quesinberry is the "clear" choice for
Winter Garden.
In the District 1 commission race, we support
Bob Buchanan. He served on the city's Code
Enforcement Board for seven years and cur-
rently sits on the Planning and Zoning Board. He
has been an active member of the community
through a broad range of organizations for more
than 20 years. We believe he has the background
and the proper intentions to be a strong inde-
pendent voice on the commission and deserves
the support of the voters in that district.


Who will pay for Commissioner Nichols' political rally?
Winter Garden Commissioner Carol Nichols The room she booked is the District 4 "polling
called a town meeting to learn what her constituents place," and her "town meeting" is just 10 hours
are concerned about at least the ones that are reg- before the runoff election begins. Commissioner
istered to vote. In an' attempt to exploit the slush fund Nichols' judgment in planning a meeting without
that she helped create late last year, Nichols booked first consulting with city staff is inconsiderate, pur- .
, a room, ordered a flier, mailed it and notified the chasing the mailer without staff approval is in vi-
city that it owed the printer nearly $4.000. District olation of the city's charter, and only inviting reg-
4 residents who aren't registered to vote should istered voters is outrageous. Again. "the apple
be asking. "-Why weren't we invited?" doesn't fall far..."


Editor:


On behalf of the Relay ForLifecommittee of West Orange,
SI would personally like to thank the entire West Orange com-
munity for its unwavering and selfless support of the West
Orange Relay For Life. It is an amazing sight to see how our
community comes together not only to raise money for a
worthy cause but also to raise awareness for our common
fight against cancer.
Most of us are not doctors or research scientists, but I chal-
lenge you to find anybody you know who has not been af-
fected by cancer in some way. The survivors present at the
event whom vwe honored are truly an inspiration because of
'their positive attitude and endurance through this dread dis-
ease, as ell as their caregi ers. % ho selilessl.v gi ve of them-


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selves in the hope of a cure for their loved ones.
A special thanks goes to all those who raised more than
$175,000 as of April 1. The books do not close on the Re-
lay until August, so please keep the donations coming. We
had many people who raised an amazing amount of money
by themselves, including our top fund-raisers. In following
editions of this paper, we will be sure to publish an accurate
list of names and teams, so these wonderful people can be prop-
erly recognized.
A final note of thanks goes to Dr. Dan Buckman and the
administration of West Orange High for graciously allowing
the use of the sudiunm and school grounds for this event.
S David Laniewski
2006 West Orange Relay For Life chairman


PUBLISHER......................................Andrew Bailey
EDITOR................... .. .....Mary Anne Swickerath

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WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING

SPONSORS OF THE

2006 CHARITY BALL


PLATINUM PLUS SPONSORS


Charlie Spangler
City of Ocoee
City of Winter Garden


Craw ford Tire
Ekberg Stucco, Inc.
George & Caroline Morris


Robert Wallick & Assc.
Sandy Rousseau


PLATINUM SPONSORS


Alice Armstrong .
Benchwarnmers Sports Bar
Bob & Evelyn Buchanan
Bob & Peggy Warren
Charlie & Kristen Crane
Chuck & Georgia Lukens
Cra%% ler & Crane Equipment, Inc.
Dan & Sharon Vallance '
DeWitt Excavating. Inc.
: .DJ's Auto Sales
George & Jinny Laberee, Sr.
Hurst La% n & Ornamental
InMemory of Justin McWiltiams
Irving & Martha Walker
James & Sarah Cothern
SJose A. Torres, MD
SMatthew Hurbariis, MD

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Aluminum and More
Choice Meats
SEd & Beverll Colon
SDelma & Barbara Walden
SHeller Bros. Packing Corp.
A Flonda Look Salon
S Hudson Tire Co.
S In-Memory of Travis Porter, Per
S.Glenn Joiner & Son, Inc.
Jim Shaw
Jim &Shirley Ragan


Bill & Melody Gakins
Cindy Seely
Doyle Stephens Painting
Emerald Dry Cleaners
In Memory of Sherry Oliver
John & Margaret Jones
Lacy's Past & Presents
Larry's Barber Shop
CO
Franks Place H
Cut Ups on Main Hair Salon
Longhorn Steak House


: :.Michael & Jennifer Coleman
Unlike & Nancy Jernigan
Mike Fitzgerald
Normax Mechanical, Inc.
Ra) & Sherry DeWeese
Roland & Cecilia Bernier
Steven & Pam Hartah'
The Players
STom West, Inc.
Tony's Liquors & Lounge
W. Kevin Cox MD
West Orange Lumber
'William Royal
Winter Garden Elks Ladies Auxiliary
Lou Heck Associates, Inc.
Sines, Girvin, Blakeslee & Campbell


)SPONSORS
Jim & Shirley McWhorter
Julia Faye Rogers Realty, Inc.
Nozzle Master
Paul & Laura Vittum
Russ & Suzi Pelaquin
Stan & Katie Smith
Todd & Amy Jernigan
Trophies Unlimited
Vel & Francis Heckman
West Orange Pool & Spa
Winter Garden Restaurant


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Patti Lucas
Ronald & Judy Parsons
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Shirley's Antiques
Tom Murphy
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iawks Landing Golf Resort JoAnn Hobdy
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The Elks Charity Ball Committee would like to'extend their sincere appreciation to all of the Elks, wives and contributors
for their generous support of our Annual Charity Ball this year. You haveproven once again that r care -
share.
.Sincerely,
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.- Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


Resident opposes commissioner's mailer


Relay For Life chairman thanks community


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Thursday, April 6, 2006 The West Orange Times 5A




Business
I I III -IIIIIIIII IIIll


Florida Pool Center has grand opening
Florida Pool Center had its grand opening recently with a West Orange Chamber of Commerce ribboh-cul
ting celebration. Located at 15501 Stoneybrook West Parkway (on the corner of Avalon Road), the center
is licensed by the state of Flbrida as a certified residential pool/spa contractor. As well as being a Bioguar
Insignia dealer for pool and spa care, the company is an authorized dealer for Big Green Egg Cookers, Hay
ward Pool products, Zodiac Pool Care products, Pentair Pool products and an authorized service center
for Polaris Pool products. The center gives free computerized water analysis and also carries grills,. outdoc
furniture and lights, Bridgewater candles, pool heaters, heat pumps, cleaners and more. Pictured at the gran
opening are Chamber Ambassadors (1-r) Linda Osterberg, Lori Tyson, Chesta Hembrooke, Joan Bailey, Doi
cas Dillard, Carol Cross (back) and Pat Gleason, with, Florida Pool Center owners Frank Wood and Jeff Rei
cutting the ribbon with family, friends and customers by their side.


Health Central president

recertified as ACHE Fellow


Richard Irwin, president/CEO of
Health Central, recently received no-'
tification that he has been recertified as
,a Fellow in the American College of
;Healthcare Executives (ACHE)
ACHE is a professional development
organization in the healthcare industry
known for setting standards for ex-
cellence.
Only 10 percent of ACHE members
J achieve Felloe status. A Fellow is an
executive \\ ho. in addition to holding
advanced education degrees, is board
certified in healthcare management.
completes many hours of community
service and continuing-education re-
quirements and passes a rigorous ex-
anunation by the Board of Governors.
Irn in. a former Regent on the board
of ACHE. has been a Fellow for more
than 10 years and renews his certifi-
cation every three years by providing
evidence of continued leadership in a
healthcare facility. community ser ice
and continuing education.
ACHE President Thomas Dolan,
Ph.D.. congratulated Ir\\ in on his ac-
comphshment and noted that "by par-
ticipating in an ongoing program in-


RICHARD IRWIN


volvement in professional affairs, you
have demonstrated \ our commitment
to maintaining a high le\el of profes-
sionalism in healthcare management."


Edwards joins Stirling Sotheby's Dr. Phillips office
Stirling Sotheb.'s Intemational Re- in real estate w ith RE/N LX Tow n Cen-
alry recently named Meg Edwards as tre. Edwards will specialize in luxury
a new sales executive for its Dr. Phillips properties in the Windermere area.
Real Estate Gallery. located on Sand "We're delighted to have a leading
Lake Road. sales professional join our staff and em-
Edwards. a licensed attomey and for- brace the vision of Stirling Sotheby's In-
mer Windermere Preparator School international Realty," said John Gordon,
administrator, recently joined Stirling managing director of Stirling Sothe-
Sotheby's. She also formerly worked by's Dr. Phillips Real Estate Gallery.


S Tomyn
Central Florida Natire
TIPS ON SHOWING
YOUR HOME
For most homeou ners, there are r. osi .n
Sdards of housekeeping that appl) -every
lMonday and "Sunday Best." When 1ou
are preparing your home to sell on the
market. keeping sour house immaculate-
ly clean cannot be overemphasized. In ad-
dition to cleanliness, there are single im-
provements you can make that % ill guar-
antee our property gi es a sparkling first
impression.
Firs ensure that sour home radiates iwb ap-
peal b. making the front of our house ies-
theocaly pleasing. Address all features of
your sard: mow the lawn, trim he trees and
'.eed the garden Remember that tirst im-
pressions are the most lasting. Obiectively
scrutinize the interior of sour home, re-
moving clutter and handling rmnor repairs
For example, you have leased to hb e ith
your sticky bathroom window, but to a
prospective buyer it is a sign of poor main-
tenance. Flooring is one of the first features
people inspect, so have your carpets pro-
'fessionally cleaned. Remote potential haz-
ards such as rolling pet toys and bring in a
third party "nose" to sniff out offensive
odors. Air out your home before you show.
it. and welcome the curtains so buyers are
welcomed mto a hght. fresh environment.
All these improvements will increase )our
home's appeal and profit. The more your
house reflects what buyers are looking
for. the quicker it \ ill sell.
If you wold like to talk further about buy-
mg or selling real estate, please contact Lib-
by Tomyn at Cntury 21 Professipnal Group.
Call me on my.personal message line, 407 I
S570-031OS.

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Best Fest is May 11
at Veranda Park
Veranda Park in MetroWest is
the title sponsor and host of West
Orange Best Fest, the food-tasting
and business expo, which will be
held Thursday, May. 11, from 5:30-
8:30 p.m.. rain or shine
The e\ent \ ll feature out-
standing restaurants, caterers and
businesses from across the \West
Orange area. Community atten-
dees will be treated to samples of
culinary delights while getting ac-
quainted \\ith the services and
businesses offered in West Orange.
Food and beverage exhibitors
include American Pie Pizza Co..
Anaelle & Hugo Euro Bistro and
Lounge. Big City Catering. Cook-
ies By Design, Crystal Springs. El
Quijote, Flo's Taste of Soul Cater-
ing, Froots, Hard Rock Cafe,
House Blend Cafr, Knightly Spir-
its, Let's Eat!. NletroWest Golf
Club, OFrther Foods, Penguin's
Paradise. P.F. Changes China
Bistro. Sam Snead's Tavern. Sea-
sons 52, Soong Thai. Steak and
Ale. Stonevbrook West Country
Club. Vines Grille & Wine Bar
and The Vineyard at Cascades of
Isleu orth.
Tickets are $26 and are anail-
able by calling the West Orange
Chamber of Commerce at -107-
656-1304. Tickets will be $31 at
the door. One dollar from each
ticket sold is contributed to the
Chamber Scholarship Fund
Veranda Pak is located at the in-
tersecuon of South Hia\%assee
Road and Westpoint Boulevaid.
across from the MetroWest Coun-
try Club


Vance Realty acquired
by Prudential Florida
,Vance Realty Group, which has
offices in MetroWest and Poinciana,
was acquired recently by Pruden-
tial Florida WCI Realty. Terms of
the transaction were not disclosed.
Established in 1996 by Barbara
Vance, the real estate company
posted $214.3 million in sales last
year. Vance Realty has focused on
the entire Central Florida market,
including MetroWest, Celebration,
Dr. Phillips, Windermere and South
Lake County.
Vance 'Realty has totaled more
than $700 million in closed com-
mercial and residential sales vol-
ume since opening for business.
Prudential Florida WCI Realty
Shas 50 locations and more than
er 2,000 real estate associates through-
d out the state.
, -'The newly acquired MetroWest
;r and Kissimmee locations are Pru-
or dential Florida WCI Reali. 's-fourth
d and fifth Orlando [area].locations,"
r- said Rei Mesa, president and COO
n of Prudential Florida WCI Realty.
"Together with our Windermere,
Oviedo and downtown Orlando of-
fices,; the new locations provide the
comparing ith a substantial pres-
ence in the Orlando metro area, al-
lowing us to 'service a wide area of
the marketplace.".
SVance will continue her associa-
tion \ it h Prudential Florida WCI
Realty as a consultant to help pro-
mote the brand within Central Flori-
da' a'
"I: felt' that our boutique firm
would work well within Prudential
Florida "WCI's environment,"
Vance said. "The national recogni-
tion of the Prudential brand togeth-
er with the brand of America's best
builder. WCI. brings numerous re-
sources and possibilities to our sales
associates and customers."


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Ocoee


Fashion and jewelry show raises funds for the 2006 West Orange Relay
The Crawford Tire Relay Team Fash-
ion and Jewelry show on March 12 at
Health Central was a big success and
raised funds for the American Cancer
Society's West Orange Relay for Life.
Belk of Ocoee andjewelers with Pre- -
mier Designs (Donna Soldo, Kristy Car- '
roll and Melissa Albrecht) teamed up to
provide a day of fashion and fun for all A .
ages.
VanessaEchols of Channel 9 served "
as guest speaker and gave an inspira-
tional talk about her battle with breast f .' .
cancer. .' .
Prizes were given to every guest, and'
Belk provided two $150 shopping
sprees and two make-overs.
The team thanks Belk, the Premier '
Jewelry representatives and Echols for
their support of this event, as well as
Linda Simmons and Judy Kirkland for .

rations and flower arrangements. -
Also thanked for their participation
were the models who wore both dressy
and casual fashions: Linda Simmons,
Barbara Kubiak, Thelma Grice, Kendall .
Sein, Laura Theodore, Bradi Wise,
Kaitlin Crawford, Melissa Albrecht, The Crawford Tire Relay Team has teen busy with fund-raisers for the American Cancer Society, includ-
Mary Mugler and Debbie Scroggins. ing the.recent fashion and jewelry show.


Benefit rummage sale set
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 Blos-
som Trail and a complete eye exam donated by Dr. Timothy Lincoln
at Orlando Eye Center located on South John Young Parkway. The
sale will last from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
On Feb. 11, 2005, Shaun suffered 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 percent disabled and in need of excessive
amounts of therapy to attempt to get him to walk again, as well as try-
ing to improve his memory.
At this time, Shaun has no short-term memory arid needs 24-hour care.
Although Shaun has received full disability from the Navy, which in-
cludes retirement and medical needs, there are some procedures that his
family feels will help Shaun on the road to recovery but are not cov-
ered by the VA. These treatments includehyperbaric 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 goods
or clothing items, contact Donny or Tina Arsenault at 407-656-5609.
Or if you would like to make a donation to help Shaun with his med-
ical needs, a trust fund has also been established with any Wachovia
Bank. That account number is 2000028909958.


PASTOR SCOTT BILLUE


Ocoee Christian Church
announces new pastor
Ocoee Christian Church has an-
nounced the calling of Scott Billue as
senior pastor. Pastor Scott most re-
cently served as associate pastor and-
pastor of youth at the church.
He takes the reins as the 115-year-
old church is experiencing its greatest
growth in many years, not only in the
number of those in attendance but also
in the many new ministries designed
to serve the local community from
cradle to grave.
For more information, call Pastor
Billue at 407-656-2010 or e-mail him
at pastorscott'@ocoeechristian.com.


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Holy Week at Ocoee .
Oaks Methodist
Ocoee Oaks Methodist Church
will celebrate Palm Sunday on April
9 at 9 and 11 a.m. featuring music
from the choir and Praise Team with
a visit from the church's preschool-
ers. That evening, the whole church
will gather for an international din-
ner 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. Pizza will
be available for purchase from 6-7
p.m.
The Good Friday service will be
held April 14 at 7 p.m. Providing the
music % ill 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 Easter egg
huht at 10:30 a.m. There will be live
music by the Holy Grounds Praise
Band, games for children, moon-
walk, giant slide and horse rides, all
free. Food will also be available for
purchase. ..
Easter services will be held at the
church with special music from the
Ocoee Oaks Choir, the Praise Team
and the newly formed Children's
Choir at 9 and11 a.m.


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City of Ocoee
opens spring grant
program
The spring cycle for the city
of Ocoee's Community Merit
Awards Program opened April
1. These awards are financial
grants made to non-profit or-
ganizations whose members in-
clude Ocoee residents and busi-
ness people. The, grants are
made to acknowledge excel-
lence and to further the bene-
fits these local organizations
bring to the Qcoee community.
Applications for the Com-
munity Merit Awards are ac-
cepted twice a year. The dead-
line for the spring cycle is
April 29. These applications
will be re% ie" ed and ranked
by the Merit Awards Review
Board, a group of Ocoee resi-
dents appointed by the City
Commission. This board
makes a recommendation to
the City Commission on which
applications to fund. The com-
mission then makes the final
decision.
Applications are available on
the city's Web site
(www.ci.ocoee.fl.us) or at the
City Hall reception desk. Com-
pleted applications can be
mailed or dropped at City Hall
with attention to the Commu-
nity Relations Division An ap-
plication can also be requested
by mail be calling -07-905-
3100.
For the first grant cycle, a to-
tal of $5,000 is a ailable. The
maximum grant award is $500.
The next grant cycle will open
No\. 1. Organizations ma\ ap-
ply for grants during both fund-
ing cycles each year: however,
onl\ one application per orga-
nization per cycle will be ac-
cepted.
For more infomationon onthe
Ocoee Community Merit
Awards Program. call Joy P.
\Vright at 407-905-3100.


IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE :William A. Steele, MD
James D. Gordon, MD
ASSOCIATES IN DERMATOLOGY
Your Skin Cancer & Skin Care Specialists CALL FOR AN AP'OINTMENT-TOiDAY. -,
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Ocoee, FL 34761 :1
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MicheLee Puppets teach nutrition, physical education awareness in Ocoee


MicheLee Puppets Inc. visited
Ocoee and Citrus elementaries in
March to introduce the eXtreme
Health Challenge. This is a theatrical
performance that is currently touring
elementary schools and teaching chil-
dren how to make positive choices
about nutrition and physical activity.
"The eXtreme Health Challenge is
a wacky play that uses 'kooky' pup-
pet characters and even kookierr' hu-
man actors to teach elementary age
children how to take great care of their
bodies," said Tracey Conner, execu-
tive director of MicheLee Puppets.
"Through a series of challenges,
battles of wit, audience participation
and puppetry mayhem, children laugh
and learn about the importance of
Good nutrition and active lifestyles."
MicheLee Puppets have joined oth-
er Florida health initiatives working
toward lowering obesity rates in chil-
dreu. Organizations such as North-
east Florida Area Health Education
SCenters have coordinated with eX-
treme Health.Challenge to present a
multi-faceted campaign focused on
changing the way children eat and ex-
ercise.
"The arts, and specifically the-


Fuchsia, the eXtreme Health Challenge host, threatens Rico with a
scary alligator as he attempts to keep his heart rate down while an-
swering a question about good health choices.


ater, have been used throughout his-
tory to teach," Conner said. "Since
1985, we have taught more than 1
million children how, to make pos-
itive choices \ while dealing \ ith dif-
ficult situations, such as nutrition,


sexual assault, divorce, abuse,
racism, disabilities and bullying.
The countless letters from teachers
and students in support of our per-
formances tell us that we/are mak-
ing a difference." :


SRibbon-cutting held for Associates in Dermatology
Associates in Dermatology had its grand opening recently with a West Orange Chamber ribbon-cutting cel-
ebration. The established and growing medical and surgical dermatology practice is located at 530 Ocoee
Commerce Parkway in Ocoee. The board-certified dermatologists are able to treat tumors and growths us-
ing Mohs Micrographic skin cancer surgery. For other skin, hair and nail problems that don't require surgi-
cal solutions, a variety of treatments are offered as well. At the ribbon-cutting ceremony: I-r, Marie Williams,
SDiane Southwell, Pat Gleason, Dorcas Dillard, Lenny Stark, Ron Garrison, Dr. James Gordon, Dr. Mary Ann
Villegas, Marie Florestal M.A., Luke Widmer, Laura Cattelona L.E., Maynard Goff, the Rev. Tom Ruther-
Sford, Chesta Hembrooke, Lori Tyson and Anette Luck.



City of Ocoee Run-Off Election
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
District 2 Commissioner


An election will be held Tuesday, April 11, 2006, in the City.of Ocoee for the purpose of electing a Commis-
sioner from District Two.
Una elecci6n se Ilevara a cabo el Martes, 11 de Abril del 2006, en la ciudad de Ocoee con el. prop6sito de
elegir el comisionado para el Distrito 2.

Early Voting: Votaci6n Temprano:
Saturday, 9 to 4, April 1 & April 8, 2006, Supr. Of Elections Ofc., 119 W. Kaley Ave., Orl

Polling Place: Centro De Votacion:
OCOEE COMMUNITY CENTER -.125 N LAKESHORE DR
Polls are open 7:00 am 7:00 pm and are accessible to the disabled. You will be asked to show both Photo
and Signature Identification. Centros de votacin estarAn abiertos de 7:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. y son accesi-
bles a los incapacitados. Le preguntarAn por una tarjeta de identificaci6n con foto y firm. .

Canvassing Board
The City of Ocoee Canvassing Board will meet on Wednesday, April 12; 2006, at 12:00 noon in the Com-
mission Chambers Conference Room of City Hall, 150 N. Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee, FL for the
purpose of certifying the results for the April 11, 2006 municipal run-off election. La Ciudad de Ocoee,
Florida, se reune en el cuarto de conferencia, el MIiercoles, 12 de Abril del 2006, a las 12:00 de la tarde
para certificar los resultados del 11' de Abril de 2006, election de la ciudad.

Beth Eikenberry, City Clerk
Beth Eikenberry, Funcionario de la Ciudad


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Thursday, April 6, 2006 The West Orange Times 7A


Ocoee teen named Outstanding

Young Volunteer of the Year
Thirteen-year-old Zachary Elliott
of Ocoee is the first-place winner in .
the local VFW Outstanding Young
Volunteer of the Year program.
Zachary, who is sponsored by the
West Orange VFW Post 4305 Ladies
Auxiliary in Winter Garden, had an ex-
cellent volunteer record throughout
.2005. -.
Working with the American Lung -
Association Asthma Walk as a co- .
captain, he helped his team collect
$3,206 worth of donations.
He also worked with Gliding Stars,
helping skaters with balance prob-
lems use adaptive equipment. More
importantly, he provided encourage-
ment to them. In addition, he was a -
technical worker for the Academy of
Music and Theatre, called bingo and ZACHARY ELLIOTT
.assisted seniors at Health Central Park
nursing home andivolunteered for the ticipate in their life (which, of course,
American Legion Post 63. helps me in my life) is the best feel-
To the question "Why I Am a Vol- ing ever. Everyone needs a helping
unteer, Zachary wrote: "I volunteer hand once in a while, and I'm hon-
because I love giving people a help- ored to extend mine."
ing hand and feeling connected to my His application has now been sent
community. I'm never uncomfortable to the Ladies Auxiliary VFW De-
volunteering with any special-needs apartment of Florida chairman for fur-
group. Helping everyone fully par- their judging:,


Church to present sneak preview
of 'The Celestine Prophecy'


United Church of Christianit% will
host a sneak-preview showing of the
feature film The Celestine Prophec'.
Based on James Redfield's best-sell-
ing no el. the mo ie is a spiritual
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 worldwide awaken-
ing, arising within all religious tra-
ditions, that moves humanity toward
a deeper experience of spirituality.
The film features an international
ensemble cast. including Matthew

West Orange Seniors
to hold annual picnic
The West Orange Seniors annual
spring picnic will be held Thursday.
April 20, and it will be a "Thanks
for the Memories Celebration" in
honor of James Mobley. the Seniors'
bus driver and cook for the past 16
years.
S All the Seniors are asked to bring
a thank-you card for James, com-
plete with their memories of him.
On Saturday. April 22. the group
will tour the Mary. Queen of the
Universe Shrine. The cost is $5. and
the bus will leave the Community
Center at 8 a.m.

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. Mims Road. The cost is $3.
and the student must have a school
I.D.
For more information, call Lori
Horn at 407-905-3182.

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 for sale are bunny 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.

Easter egg hunt
at Beedh Center
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. Mims 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.


Settle, Thomas Kretschmann, Sarah
Wayne Callise, Annabeth Gish, Hec-
tor Elizondo. Joaquim de Almeida
and Jurgen Prochow.
The church, located at 4801 Clar-
cona-Ocoee Road, Orlando. will
screen the movie on Saturday, April
8, at 7 p.m. Tickets for the movie,
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
over the phone % ith a credit card by
calling 407-295-9181. Seating is
limited.

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.
SThe league would also like to hear
from anyone interested in being apart
of its general board for the 2006 sea-
son.
For more information, call Sheri
Adkjnson at 407-702-4222 for foot-
ball or Lisa Schifftner at 407-654-
7514 for cheerleading or visit the
league's Web site,at www.ocoeebull-
dogs.org.

Spring cleanup dates
for Ocoee residents
The city of Ocoee has scheduled
tx o spring cleanup dates for residents.
The dates for the collection of bulky
waste are Saturday. April 8. for Mon-
day-Thursday customers and Satur-
day, April 15. for TuesdaN -Fnday cus-
tomers.
Bulky waste items include appli-
ances, furniture, carpeting and
padding, barbecue grills. bicycles, toys
and swing sets. No hazardous \ aste.
such as paint, tires or car parts. \will
be collected.
For more information. call 407-905-
317.


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Garage sale to
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Ocoee teenagers have formed
Team Elliott to raise funds for
the American Lung Associa-
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and the team is holding a garage
sale this Saturday, April 8, at
American Legion Post 63 on
Plant Street in Winter Garden
beginning at 9 a.m.
Items are needed-for the sale,
and donations will be accepted
at Tiger's Eye Karate, also on
Plant Street, from now through
Friday, April 7.
The funds raised by Team El-
liott, whose goal is $3,000, will
be used for education, research
and treatment. This is the same
amount the group raised last
year.


Christian Service
Center Thrift Shop
The West Orange Christian Service
Center Thrift Shop, 300 W. Franklin
St. in Ocoee, is now 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.-
Items left outside the building with-
out being accepted by a staff member
must be disposed of due to frequent
and random scavenging.
For more information, call 407-656-
-6678.

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

.Bedtime stories at
Ocoee branch library
The West Oaks Library in Ocoee is
hosting bedtime stories for children
on Wednesday, April 19, at 7 p.m.
Children are invited to wear pajamas,
bedroom slippers and bring blankets.
Cookies, milk andjuice are served af-
ter the stories.

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.

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


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Tea time with friends
The Sleepy Harbour Gals of Ocoee enjoyed tea recently at the Corner Rose Tea Room at Grandma Rus-
sel's Home in Orlando. Anne Jones hosted the event with the gals wearing hats 'Taken Off the Walls.' At
the tea were, I-r, in front, Anne, and Erlena Cullman and, standing, Ermma Ferguson, Nita Isham, Carol
Stogsdill, Mary Switzer and Pat Wortham.


Bereavement support
at St. Pauls in Ocoee
VITAS Innovative Hospice Care
offers bereavement support groups
to anyone who has experienced the
loss of a loved one. These groups of-
fer understanding, useful informa-
tion and sharing with others who are
grieving.
An ongoing general grief 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 VITAS Innovative Hospice
'Care.
To register or for more informa-
tion, 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 W. Colonial Drive,
Ocoee.
This is a free networking group
\whose amn is to help businesses grow.
For more information, log on to
www .busmesslinkstl.com.


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


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


Celebration of Hope
planned.for April 8
Hope Charter School and Legacy
High will hold albig fund-raiser, en-
titled "Celebration of Hope," this
Saturday, 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 li\e auction,
featuring such items as theme park
tickets, golf packages and weekend
getaways. A silent auction will run
simultaneously and will offer din-
ing 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, danc-
ing and photosby Bryan Mazur.
Sponsorship opportunities are
available, and all donations are tax-
deductible. 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.


FREE EASTER EVENTS APRIL 13-16


Thursday at 8:00pm
Passion Play under the Stars
Limited seating. Lawn chairs suggested.
Rain Out Date Friday April 14

Friday at 7:00pm
Good Friday Candlelight Worship Service

Saturday at 10:00am
: 'Children's Community Easter Egg Scramble

with a Balloon Artist for the kids!

S. Saturday at 1:00pM-
Showing of "The Passion of the Christ"
Limited seating. Reservations suggested.

?y Sunday at 6:30am
S.Community Sunrise Service at thedOcoee Gazebo
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Garden Club plans
white elephant sale
The Windermere Garden
Club will hold its next regu-
lar monthly meeting on
Thursday, April 13, begin-
ning with coffee at 9:30 a.m.
in Town Hall.
The program and meeting
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ture a white elephant sale and
presenters from the Health
Central Speakers Bureau on
the topic "Health Facts for
Gardeners."
For more information on
the club or the meeting, call
Sherry Smith at 407-909-
1309. New members are wel-
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Great Wine Shootout will
benefit Bob Allen Family
Foundation
The community is invited to enjoy
an afternoon of wine tasting presert-
ed by Tim Varan, owner of Tim's
Wine Market, to benefit the Bob Allen
Family Foundation. The rines \ ill
be paired v. ith food selections to com-
plement e\ ery palette, and Varan and
ius staff \\ ill be on hand to talk abdut
the w\ ines and their histories.
The party \\ill take place at the
home of Rollie Alien. 611 W. Second
A\e. in Windermere. on Sunday. April
30. from 3-6 p m. There \\ ill be com-
plimentary valet parking. Tickets are
$125 each. and all guests must be 21
or older. The teser action deadline is
April 10. Fot more information, call C.
T. Allen at 407-876-1678 ore-mail to
TBAFFl@'aol.com. The dress is
spring casual.
Wine will be available for purchase
b\ the bottle or by the case at dis-
counted pnces. All proceeds %ill ben-
efit Bob Allen Famihl Foundation.

Book discussion
continues April 17
Windermere Union Church. Unit-
ed Church of Christ. \ill continue
its book club on Monday. April 17.
Associate Pastor Karen Curtis-
Weakley leads the group. which
meets on the third Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. at Borders book-
store at 9441 W. Colonial Drive in
Ocoee.
The book selection for April is
Life of Pi by Yann Martel The book
has become a modern classic with
ageless themes faith and truth.
fact and fiction, man versus nature
and innocence and experience. The
community is invited to attend any
meeting
For more information on the book
group, call the church office at 407-
876-2112 or log on to w\\ w.\ in-
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By Jackie Perelgut, a ninth-grader
at Olympia High School

On March 10, .46 of us boarded the
bus from Olympia and embarked on
our Titan Up New Orleans experience.
We bypassed other spring break op-
portunities to g6 and lend a hand in hur-
ricane and flood ravaged New Orleans.
Fourteen hours later, as we ap-
proached the city of New Orleans, the
first signs of devastation became evi-
dent streets with no lights for miles,
cars floating in ponds and street signs
knocked down.
We worked on two projects coordi-
nated through Tulane University's al-
ternative spring-break program. We
worked in a storm-and-flood affected
neighborhood where we spent the day
cleaning the streets. Along the streets
Swe found many items lost by victims,
such as photo albums, Teddy bears and
other personal belongings.
We went to Capdau Charter School
for our secorid project. We started by
cleaning up around the school and near-
by streets. The school was extremely
old and in dire need of help. The group
moved furniture out of the rooms and
scraped paint off the w alls to prepare for
a fresh coat. \We scraped, primed and
painted for much of the week. By the
end of the last day. one room had been
completed and the other pruned for the


group arriving after is to paint. It was
a great feeling to see that our hard work
had paid off. It felt good to know we
were there, helping the kids we saw
those last few days.


For lunch,-we went to a volunteer
and refugee shelter two times where,
some people ate everyday. We heard'
many stories from others while we were
-there.


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Oakdale St.. Windermere. is planning
the last Easter celebration in its current
location. The congregation will move
to its new location at 10710 Park Ridge
Gotha Road this summer
On Palm Sunday. April 9. there will
be a traditional service at 9 a.m. % ith a
procession with individuals wa\ ing
palm branches. The.church choir is
preparing special music for the ,occa-
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vice the Praise Team will present more
modern Christian music directed by
Music Director Kevin Harris.
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group led by Steve Case. the south min-
ister. will present a somber and medi-'
tautve s~ivice that will walk the con-
gregauon through Christ's crucifixion.
It will show how darkness allows Chris-1
tians to appreciate the light of Easter.,.
There will be rt\o services on East,
er. a traditional service at 9 a.m. and a
contemporary service at 11 a.m. Both.
services will include inspiratonal mu-;
sic and communion.
The community is invited to anend
all of these Easter season observances.,
For more information, call 407-876,-
2112. .,


Parsons alumni
invited to join in
reunion performance
Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
in Windermere is celebrating its 25'-
anniversary this year. The school isj
nmiting all of its former students to'
participate in the annual program in4
June by joining others on stage for'
the finale.
The program is scheduled for June4
4 at 2 p.m. at the Bob Carr Perform-
ing Arts Center in Orlando.
For more information, call the,
dance studio at 407-876-4604.

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 Wednes-4
day of each month from 10 a.m. to 3;
p.m. at the Windermere Library. Par-'
ticipants are encouraged to bring alli
types of stitching projects, including
cross-stitch, needlepoint, crewel,i
quilting and more.
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The organizing committee for the Roaring '20s party included (1-r) Lisa Garrison, Toni Birkenmaier, Lori
Tyson, Elisa Davis (committee chairperson), Janet Herman, Carolynn Gilbert and Lisa Meadows. Cindy Patz
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Dressed in vintage attire for the Roaring '20s party
are Catherine and Patrick Brennan.
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The West Orange Junior Service League honored
Rick Smith and Pam Gould with its Guy and Doll
award for raising the most funds for the Roaring '20s
event.


Run Among the
Lakes is April 8
Windermere's Parks and Recre-
ation Committee in collaboration with
Track Shack will host its fifth annu-
al 5K Run 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 will 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
event. They will receive finishing rib-
bons. The first 100 children to regis-
ter will receive complimentary T-
shirts.
The enur. fee from April 2-7 is $20.
There is an additional $1 fee for pa\ -
ment by credit card. The fee on race
day is $25 by cash or check only. Reg-
istration forms are available at the
town office.
Runqeis can pick up race packets,-
which include race numbers, T-shirts
and information at Track Shack, April
5 7, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and at
Town Hall on race day beginning at
6:30 a.m
The presenting sponsors are Bogin.
Munns & Munns and Health Central
hospital. Other sponsors include Main
Street Realtors, Keene's Pointe. Suzi
Karr Realty. Pinnacle Financial. Unit-
ed Medical Corporation. First Bap-
tist Church Windermere. Animal
Clinic of Windermere. As You Like
It The W'est Orange Times and Col-
or Wheel paints.
This year's T-shirt will feature an
original design by Windermere artist
Kitty Osburn.
All participants will enjoy complh-
mentary breakfast sandwiches pro-
, ided by Bistro Gourmet at NlcDon-
ald's. along with fruit, orange drink
and bottled water.
To dow\ nload a registration form,
go to www..trackshack.comt'etents.
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
e\ent. To help, call Donna Steele at
407-876-8393. Registration forms are
available at the town office.


Children's events scheduled at library

Storybook Fun for Your Little One is offered weekly at 12 Orange
County Library System locations, including the Windermere Libiary
Thursday at 11:15 a.m.
SThese free programs are recommended 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
are welcome to participate.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You and Baby is presented Thursdays
at 10:15 a.m. This program is especially for infants from birth to 18
months and lasts approximately 20 minutes. The rhythm and repeti-
tion of nursery rhymes are used to introduce very young children to
literature. The program is free and scheduling is not necessary.
Toddler Time is scheduled for Thursdays, at 10:45 a.m. This pro-
gram is especially for children ages 18-36 months and lasts approxi-
mately 20 minutes. The use of picture books, finger plays, songs, po-
etry, Mother Goose rhymes and flannel board stories will encourage
the development of verbal and listening skills for physically active
children.
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Sustaining member of the West Orange Junior Service League Colleen Smith stands next to a poster fea-
turing photos of past league events.

WO Jr. Service League hosts Roaring '20s gala


I'The West Orange Junidr Service
League held its annual fund-raiser at
Windermere Country Club on March
4-:The theme for the dinner-dance and
auction was the Roaring '20s. and
party guests had the opportunity to
ha\e their photos taken with vintage
cars from the era. .
"lMembers of the local Model A
Club, Bob Montgomery. Bob Ellis
aid Bob Tietz. donated the use of
their automobiles fot the evening.


Many members and guests dressed
in period costumes for the party. For
decorations, the league used photos
of past WOJSL parties dating from
the 1930s to the present. Members
collected donations for auction items
and baskets \\ ith the proceeds going
to local charities. The league has sup-
ported many local groups and causes,
including scholarships for local high
school students, books for Reading
Reindeer and donations to Health


Central, the Winter Garden Heritage
bluseum, the Roper YMCA and
Edgewood Children's Ranch.
During the fund-raiser the league
announced the winners of its Guy and
Doll contest. those \\ ho raised the
most funds for the league. They are
Rick Smith and Pam Gould.
The WOJSL was founded in 1936
by 25 women in West Orange Coun-
ty as a community service organiza-
tion.


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Our Fifth Annual 5KRun/Walk
is held in the charming town *:*.-. -
of Windermere andfollows the
shoreline of the beautiful
Butler Chain ofLakes.
Presented
Bogin, Munns & Munns
Health Central


Awards Male & Female
The race is an unscored fun run for runners and
walkers of all ages. The top ten male and female
finishers will receive awards. No other times %till be
recorded but participants will be able to get their
ume from the overhead clock at the Finish line.

Kids Run
The Kids Run is ree to all children. Cluldren must
register on the day of the event at the race site and
will be awarded finisher ribbons.

Collector Edition Tshirt featuring
Windernere Artist
Kitty Osburn


Saturday, April 8, 2006
Location
STown Hall on Main Street in Windermere.
Directions: -4 to Conroy Road Exit (#31A). West 6
mile Into tv6n. Or, West Colonial Drive (Hwy 50);
to Maguire Rd. South 2 miles into town. Look for
parking attendants. ,

Course ,
T he 3.1 mile course is unpaved, hard-packed sand.
It meanders along the lakefront beneath the canopy
of old oak trees.

Registration ;
Walk in or mail completed entry firm with etltry
fee to Race Headquarters, Track Shack,
110-4 North Mills Avenue. Orlando. FL 32803
407)896-1160 or onlineat:
wwxmirckshack.com
Please make checks payable to:
Track Shack Foundarion
Entry Fee
Entry fee6 are nori-refundable. Credit Cards accepted
Cash/Check Qther
Youth 17-under/65 & over $10 $11
Through April 1 $17 $18
April 2 through April 7 $20 $21
$25 day of race at race site. Cash and Checks only.


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April 8,2006 9am-4pm

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Come join us for a festival of garden related vendors including:
Fine Arts. Sculptures. Water Gardens and Ponds, Nurseries. Birdhouses,
Arbors. Hand Painted Furniture and Bloom 'N Grow's KIDZONE!
Greathouse Butterfly Farm, Transportation to Path of Life.
Silent Auction with local Artists.
Citrus Label Show presented by the Heritage Museum.
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Winter Garden


Boy Scouts
continue training
for giant hike

Several Boy Scout
troops in Central
Florida, including Troop
210 in Winter Garden,
recently hiked 21.2
miles in one day in
preparation for a
70-mile, 10-day
backpacking expedition
this summer. The local
troop is sponsored by
the First United
Methodist Church of
Winter Garden. Those
hiking were, above, I-r,
Dean Childress, Chris
Bergau, Robert
Eisinger, Kenny
Eisinger and Jamer
Heasley. At left,
advisor Tim Keating
welcomed a short break
during the hike. He and
several other hardy
adults are also training
for this 10-day trek.


Photo courtesy of andrewmurphyphoto.com
The Drama Kids at Beulah Baptist Church, I-r: front, Nathan Fleming, Sarah Gonzalez, Alex Cotter; Patsy
McKee, Holly Morgan, Kaitlyn Fleming, Callie Steinbeck, Shelly White; 2nd row, Porter White, Chris Cot-
ter, Brandon Murphy, Deanna Glenn, Autumn Deal, Sunni Griffin, Christina Nagy, Kemper Jensen, Landry
Daughtry, Stephen Nagy; 3rd row, Caleb Deal, Zeb Griffin, Austin Allen, Brianna Margolis, Lindsey Silver,
Hailee Morgan, Justin Morgan, Derick Murphy, Patrick Glenn; back, Wayne West and Richard McKee.

Drama Kids perform 'Alice in Bible Land'


i The Drama Kids of Beulah Baptist
Church performed their inaugural pro-
duction of Alice in Bible Land. Writ-
ten by Patsy McKee, the play blended
characters from the famous Lewis Car-
ol story Alice in Wonderland with
scenes and events from the Bible.
Church members designed and built
the sets and backdrops, choreographed
the dances and handmade almost 100
costumes.


Just six months ago, when Beulah
Drama Kids was formed, the children,
ages 3 through fifth grade, had no idea
they would be putting on a one-hour
production with so many different ele-
ments. While learning about the the-
ater and various aspects of stagecraft, the
children helped to make and paint the
sets used in the play.
Under the direction of Shelly White,
Alice, played by Holly Morgan, was


guided through series of scenes telling
the history of mankind. From the Son-
ny and Cher Garden of Eden to the
news reporter trying to interview a dis-
tracted Noah, Alice realized she, too,
must make a choice about her life andi
how she would live it.
To get involved in the Beulah Drama
Kids program or for more information,
call 407-656-3342. The church is at 671
Beulah Road in Winter Garden.


A glamorous new look
Winter Garden residents Faith Salvador and Grace Gustino look fab-
ulous after their special princess makeover at the new Bibbidi Bobbidi
Boutique at the Walt Disney World Resort.




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.




CITY OF WINTER GARDEN
Notice of General Municipal Run-Off Election
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
All municipal polling locations will be open for electing'the Mayor/Commiss-
sioner District 5 as follows:
Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Avenue for Precincts 1103 & 2103
Senior Center (old library site), 1 E. Cypress Street for Precinct 3103
Stoneybrook West Golf Club, 15501 Towne Commons Blvd. for Precinct 4103
Candidates appearing on the.ballot include:
Jack Quesinberry
Rod Reynolds
Commission District 1 Precinct 1103 polling location will be Tanner Hall,
29 W. garden Avenue. Candidates appearing on the ballot include:
Bob Buchanan
H. Gerald Jowers
Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. and by law, you may not vote
in a different precinct.


Turning 100
Marie Davis, a resident of Health
Central Park, celebrated her 100th
birthday March-27. Many family
and staff members and friends at- ,
tended her celebration. When
asked by her pastor how she felt,
she replied, 'I thank the Lord every
day for my wonderful life, my
home, my friends and all these'
wonderful people.'

Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. B. Burch-J. Mitchell 2. B.'
Cox-D. Parrish 3. M. and J. Lesnik 4.
T. and L. Saulino 5. F. Litter-H. Park- -
er; E-W: 1. J. and G. Woltman 2. R. and':;
B. Blair 3. J. andL. Pylman4. B. Bal-
lenger-T. Jordan 5. N. Fortin-M.
Guthrie. **i

VFW activities
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary will meet Monday;,': ,
April 10, at 7 p.m. The post will meet ,'
April 17 at 7 p.m., and the Men's Aux-
iliary will meet April 19 at 6 p.m. All ,- ,
will hold nominations and elections
for 2006-07.
On April 8, the Ladies Auxiliary ,
will hold a plant sale at the post home,, ,
1170 E. Plant St., Winter Garden.
The patriotic art contest has ended;
entries will soon be judged and the
winners announced.

Easter activities at
First Baptist W.G.
The First Baptist Church of Winter
Garden has planned several programs
to celebrate Easter. The church is at 125'
E. Plant St.
A community celebration of the
Lord's Supper will take place on Good
Friday, April 14, at noon in the main' '
sanctuary. At 8 p.m., there will be a free
showing of The Chronicles ofNarnia
in the main sanctuary.
On Easter Sunday, April 16, the
church will hold an 8 a.m. traditional
worship. At 9:30 and 11 a.m., an East-
er musical titled "Eyes of Faith, See- ,
ing and Believing the Messiah" will be .
presented by the Worship and Arts
Ministry.






Thursday, April 6, 2006 The West Orange Times


Everything aquatic in Winter Garden I


Winter Garden Heritage Museum I


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New Rotary.members
Rodney Jolley, president of the Winter Garden Rotary Club, introduces
Todd Smith with Tech Solutions and Lauren Parrish with BankFirst, 2
new club members. With them is Don Duncan, who sponsored them.
Smith joined because he likes the professional contacts, and Parrish
joined because of Rotary's service to the community.


Post recognizes members
Hugh T. Gregory American Legion Post 63 Cmdr. E. George Engelhardt
IV presents a Post Everlasting Resolution and a Continuous Years
Service certificate for Bobby N. Allen's 7 years of active participation
in the American Legion. Receiving the documents are Roseanne and
Joe W. Thompson, Allen's daughter and son-in-law.


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Hugh T. Gregory American-Legion Post 63 Cmdr. E. George Engelhardt
IV presents a Post Everlasting Resolution and a Certificate of Partici-
pation for Sgt. Philip George Spangenburg's 6 years of active partici-
pation as Post 63 commander from 1979-84. The recipients are Helen
Spangenburg, Jeanie Spangenburg and Daryl Spangenburg.


Rec offers Active 50 programs
The Winter Garden Recreation De- also available. A light lunch % ill be
apartment has programs for its Acti'e served.
50 and Over Group. For more infor- AARP Driver Safety Program -
marion on these programs. call the rec This two-day course is April 20-21
office at 407-656-4155. All take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m The cost is $10
at the Old Fire Station Recreation Cen- and is open to anyone of any age.
ter, 127 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden. Spring Fling dance Friday's
Sign up in person at the rec office, I Krughts and the Southern gospel quar-
Surpnse Drive let Sonday 4 w ill perform at a Spring
Airboat four Take a VIP airboat Fling dance April 29. The event is 7-10
tour of Lake Jessup, the most populat- p.m. at Tanner Hall, and cost is $7.
ed alligator lake in Florida. The Black Armchair Traveler Travelers
Hammock Adventures trip is April 11 meet from 10 a.m. to noon on the third
from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Cost is $40 Fnday of each month. The cost is $2.
for city residents. $42 for others. and light refreshments are served.
Medicare Part D seminar Hu- Page Turners Literary Book Club
mana Inc. representative Randy Pettit The group meets monthly on the
will speak Wednesday. April 19. from second Monday from 2-5 p.m. There is
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Medicare no charge. and light refreshments are
Pan D. Free personal consultations are served.

Classes at Winter Garden Rec


The Wiinter Garden Recreation De-
paronent offers acriiiries for children
and adults. For more information, call
the rec office at 407-656-4155. Pre-
regisrraton is requiredjbr 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 evenings
and Saturday mornings. Classes run
six weeks and cost $30 (5-7 years old),
$54 (ages 8-14i and $84 (15 to adult).
Yoga Join yoga instructor
Sheila Scott at the Old Fire Station
Rec Center Classes are Mondays and
Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m. Cost is
$10 per class for city residents. $11
for others. A discounted six-class rate
and private instruction are available.
Bird-watching Go bird-watch-
ing at Lake Apopka. Bird checklists.
plus binoculars and a field guide, are
also available to borrow free of charge.


American Legion activities for April 8


The Hugh T. Gregor. American Le-
gion Post 63 has planned activities to co-
incide %\ ith Saturday's Spring Fever in
the Garden.
The Kiwanis Club will hold a pancake
breakfast from 7-11 a.m. inside the post.
Team Elliott will hold a garage sale

bdhefit 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. The re-
strooms will be open to the public.
The People to People ambassador
from Gotha Middle School will con-
duct a silent auction inside, with a 50-
50 drawing and balloons.
The post is on West Plant Street in
downtown Winter Garden.


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Bus will be at the library from 1-4 p.m.
The facility is on East Plant Street.
All donors will receive a $10 gift cer-
tificate to Darden Restaurants and Club
Red enrollment.
Those who give blood will also re-
ceive a free mini physical. By giving one
pint of blood, donors can save three hves.


The weather is getting warmer, and
with that change comes a variety of
aquatic programs and activities in the
city of Winter Garden. There are
swim lessons, public swim, water aer-
obics and pool birthday parties avail-
able this summer. For more infor-
mation bn any of the aquatic pro-
grams, call the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department at 407-656-4155.
Farnsworth Pool is at Garden Av-
enue and Surprise Drive. Bouler Pool
is on Klondike Street.
Farnsworth opens for weekend
swimming Saturday, May 5. Daily
swimming begins at both Famsworth
and Bouler on May 24. The cost to
enter is $2 for ages 11 and up and $1
for children ages 2-10. Children
younger than 2 get in free. Swim-
ming isiopen from 1-6 p.m. seven
days a week.
Adult lap swim is offered Tuesday
through Saturday from 11:45 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. at Farnsworth Pool.
Sw im lessons cost $35 and gener-
ally consist of eight 40-minrute
lessons at Farnsux north Pool. The first
session is May 30, and registration
is taking place now.
Morning lessons held at 8:30,
9:20, 10:10 and II a.m i are Tues-
day through Friday tor t o weeks,
and everiingclasses (at 6 and 6:50) are


Extreme Teen
Sports Camp
Want to work out this summer?,
Want to learn that sport everyone is
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, soc-
cer, golf, basketball, water polo, foot-
ball 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 of-
fice at 407-656-4155.

Sign up for Pop Warner
Registration for the West Orange
Wildcats Pop Warner football and
cheerleading program continues this
Saturday, April 8, from 9 a.m. to I
p.m. for new and returning players and
cheerleaders.
It takes place at the Winter Garden
Sports Complex at Walker Field on
Park .\venue. The cost is $100 for
cheerleaders and $125 for football
players.
Coaches and volunteerss are needed
for the season. For more information,
call Cathi Britton at 407-427-0092 or
send an e-mail to wowclieerii'aaol.com

Summer camp
registration for rec
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment's summer da) camp program
provides games, sports. arts and crafts.
wacky theme days. field trips. s\ im-
ming. craz2 snacks and more. Children
ages 5-13 Imust hae completed kinder-
ganen are eligible to attend the camp.
Registraton contnues at the rec of-
fice. 1 Surprise Dn\e. 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 sum-
mer. Cost is $60 per week for the first
child. $45 for the second and $30 for
each additional.
A two-w eek deposit and proof of res-
idency are required when registering.
Call the rec at 407-656-4155 for more
details.

Teens Eggcellent
Eggventure set
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is hosting an Easter adventure
for middle school students. The annual
Teens Eggcellent Eggventure will take
place at Veterans Memorial Park on
Thursday. April 13. at 8 p.m. for all sixth-
Sseventh- and eighth-grade students.
Any interested south should bring
their flashlights and Easter baskets and
trv to find the hundreds of eggs that will
be scattered around the park. Following
the hunt, there \idl be an egg toss and
egg coloring.
There is no cost for the event. For de-
tails, call the rec office at 407-656-4155.

Gardening seminars
at Pounds Motors
Pounds Motor Co. in dow ntow n Win-
ter Garden is offenng a hneup of free
landscaping seminars on Saturdays at
10 a.m. Each class will provide a differ-
ent aspect of do-it-yourself gardening.
For more information, call 407-656-
1352.
Upcoming classes include "cool-"
shade gardening April 8.

Give blood at library
The Winter Garden library is hosting
a blood drive April 12. The Little Red


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Monday and Wednesdays for four
weeks.
Classes are available for parents
and tots (ages 1-3), preschool/level
1 (ages 3-4), pre-beginner/level 2
(ages 5 and up), beginner/level 3
(ages 6 and up), advanced/level 4
(ages 7 and up), intermediate/level 5
(ages 8 and up) and adult lessons
(ages 16 and up). Private lessons are
$15 for each half hour. Times are
based on the instructor and pool avail-
ability.
Birthday parties can be planned at
Farnsworth Pool. Packages are avail-
able for $75, which includes unlim-
ited swimming for up to 15 people,
balloons, half a sheet cake, chips,
drinks and other decorations.
Scheduling is required at least one
week prior to the intended party date.
Beat the summer' heat and get in
shape at the same time with water
aerobics. An experience instructor
teaches water exercises that help
build muscle, work joints and offer a
good cardio workout. Classes are
Tuesday and Thursdays from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-10
a.m. Classes cost $7 each plus a first-
time joiners fee of $5. Multiple-class
discount cards are available. Signups
are taken just prior to class start time,
and no pre-registration is required.



Rec offering
acting lessons
Want to be on TV? How
about on stage? Take part in this
program offered b', the Winter
Garden Recreation Department
and learn techniques in variouss
forms of acting from a trained
New York actress. Topics in-
clude improvisation, headshots
and auditions.
Classes are Tuesdays staring
April 11 at the Old Fire Stauon
Recreation Center, 127 S. Boyd
St. The program is open to any-
one ages 4 to adult, and families
are encouraged to participate.
The cost is $65 for city resi-
dents. For details,' call the rec of-
fice at 407-656-4155.


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INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.


Maundy Thursday
Mau ndy Thufrsday Con mitinion Service
7:00 p.m. FUIMC Sanctuary


Fa t tp Ci.. tndar rPpllwamisnn


Good Friday
Tenebrae Service
A candlelight service of light and darkness'
7:00 p.m. FLIMC Sanctuary


LUaLGL -a LILUL YV %T =-Ct&L4jU UVl ,
Sunrise Service
5:59 a.m. FUlMC Cross Courtyard
Pancake Breakfast
6:59 a.m. FUIMC Fellowship Hall
Contemporary Worship
9:00 a.m. FUMC Sanctuary
Sunday School for all ages
10:00 Children's Easter Egg Hunt
Traditional Worship
1 1:00 a.m. FUMC Sanctuary


Open Hearts. Open Minds. Open Doors.
The People of First United Methodist Church


First United Methodist Church of Winter Garden
125 N. Lakeview Avenue
407-656-1135
www.fumcwg.org


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Nick Asma stands next to the dress his grandmother, Mary Ann McMil-
lan, wore on her wedding day. The dress was displayed as part of the
Winter Garden History Center's feature on Winter Garden women.
Asma and McMillari are both residents of Winter Garden.


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14A The West Orange Times Thursday, April 6, 2006



Oakland'
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Mt. Zion says thanks to law enforcement
Parishioners of Oakland's Mt. Zion Church held a Law Enforcement
Appreciation Service for police officers at area agencies. Recognized
for their dedication to peace, freedom and safety for citizens, these, law
enforcement officers were humbled and honored during the heartfelt ser-
vice. Agencies in attendance included 5 Oakland police officers,.5 Flori-
da Highway Patrol troopers, 2 Apopka'police officers, 2 Orange Coun-
ty deputies and 1 Orlando police lieutenant. Other agencies recog-
nized but not in attendance were the Winter Garden, Ocoee and Cler-
mont police departments and the Lake County Sheriff's Office. Each agen-
cy was presented a framed certificate. Oakland Mayor Kathy Stark,
Commissioner Mona Phipps and Town Manager Maureen Rischitelli also
attended the service.


Realtors unite for big open house
Twelve Realtors have united to hold a mass open house in Oakland's Johns
Landing. The gated community will be open to the public so potential
homebuyers can view the 12 listings available for'.sale.
Johns Landing is a lakefront community with a variety of home styles
and custom homes and opportunities for fishing, boating, skiing and ten-
nis.
The open house is this Saturday, April 8, from 3-6 p.m. Johns Landing
is located off Highway 50 in Oakland near the Florida Turnpike. From 50,
go south on Remington Road (at the Sunoco station and rum left into the
subdi vision.


Oakland officer headed to Iraq
Officer John Simone (left) of the Oakland Police Department has been
called to active duty serving the U.S. Navy in Iraq. He was recognized
at the March 28 Town Commission meeting, and Mayor Kathy Stark.
Police Chief Tim Driscoll and the rest of the commission acknowledged
his service and dedication to the town and this country. Simone was hired
in 2005 as a reserve police officer for Oakland and was promoted to full-
time status in January. As a member of the U.S. Navy Reserves, he is
scheduled to be activated April 10 for a 365-day tour of duty. The Oak-
land Police Department is proud to be associated with the tine men
and women dedicated to maintain peace and freedom for our coun-
try.' said Chief Driscoll. He assured Simone that his position on the po-
lice force will be here when he returns.


Egg hunt set
in Speer Park
The Silverliners will hold their third
annual Easter egg hunt this Saturday,
April 8, from 1-3 p.m. at Speer Park
in Oakland. Children should bring a
basket for collecting eggs; a bag will
be provided for those without a bas-
ket.
The event will include fun, games
and refreshments. Speer Park is at 340
Tubb St.

Charter school
spring fling is Sat.
This Saturday, April 8, is the date
of Oakland Avenue Charter School's
3rd Annual Spririg 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 activities
that are planned: cake walk, bounce
houses; obstacle courses,, games, mas-
sages, face painting, pony rides, dunk
tank, a silent auction, raffle and a va-
riety of food.
For more information, call 407-654-
2039.
The school is now enrolling for the
2006-07 school year for kindergarten
through fifth grade. Registration in-
formation will be available that day.

Enrollment continues
at Oakland Avenue
Charter School
Enrollment for the 2006-07 school
yearfor students in fifth grade through
kindergarten continues at Oakland;
Avenue Charter 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 opportunities at
w\\\ .oakiownusa comn

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 To\\ n 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 A\enue Charter School. first
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Community Redevelopment, third
Wednesday. 7 p m.
Parks and Recreauon 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 seat-
ing capacity of 108.
To do\w nload a rental contract and
price list. go to the town Website:
www.oaktownusa.com and click on
"meeting hall faciltt." For more in-
formation, call Oakland Town Hall at
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church, attended the celebration. Oasis is currently meeting at Oakland Avenue Charter School and has
an office at 1165 E. Plant St. The church prides itself on its sense of family, was able to carry out its core
value by gathering families and celebrating with a huge barbecue picnic. 'The overwhelming feeling of fam-
ily' is a reason many attend this church. Breaking ground are, I-r, Mrs. And the Rev. Stan Workman and church
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The Oakland Police Department
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for homes and neighborhoods.
Residents are armed \\ith home
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newsletters, crime prevention liter-
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Central Florida Educators opens credit union office in MetroWest


Central Florida Educators Federal
Credit Union hosted an official grand-
opening ceremony for its new
MetroWest branch located at 5900
MetroWest Blvd. in Orlando.
With this latest addition, CEE now
has a total of 12 convenient branch
locations in the Orlando area. The


grand opening was followed by a re-
ception and tour of the facility.
Attendees included Joseph A. Mel-
bourne, president and CEO; George
Drivas, chairman of the board of di-
rectors; members of the board of di-
rectors; West Orange Chamber am-
bassadors; Dave Smith of RC Stevens


Construction; and Terry Brinkman,
MetroWest branch manager.
"Members are excited about the
added convenience and appreciate
having this new location," said
Brinkman. "Our staff looks forward
to providing outstanding service to
our members."


A visit to SeaWorld
Mfs. Lane's 2nd-grade class from Bay Meadows Elementary School recently visited SeaWorld on a field
trip. Pictured are Rakan Abu-zaid, Faraz Ahmed, Samer Akileh, Mohammed Ali, Leo Dempsey, Jorge Diaz.
Ryan Goonen, Z-ting Liao, Harrison Meltzer, Niko San Pedro, Jayssa Cayo, Baileigh Larson, Caitlin Ox-
ford, Kayleigh Rowswell, Dania Unis and Kendall Zierten. Not pictured is Mercedes Beoto.


Rotary District 6980 accepting scholarship applications


,-Rotary International. Rotary Dis-
trict 6980 and local Rotary clubs are:
,currently accepting applications for
'three scholarship programs. Potential
applicants can download forms and
;handbooks at the %\ww rotary.orgWeb
Isite under the tab for The Foundation
:and then click on educational pro-
grams
The programs currently available
are Peace Scholar. Grant for Univer-
sity Teacher :arid Ambassadorial
Scholar.
The Peace Scholar program offers
!a full master's degree award itn o-year
programm in international peace and
q;pnflict resolution. This program is
nit -avaldable to Rotarians or their fanm-


!Southwest Library hosts
;events for kids
SStor book Fun for Your Little One
is offered weekly at 12 Orange Coun-
i Library S stem locations, including
the Soutbhwest Library Thursdays at
I l.45 a.m.
1 These free programs are recom-
Imended for children ages 3-5 and
younger. lasting about 20 minutes.
SChildren enjoy folk and animal tales.
flannel and big book stories, rhymes.
Songs and poetry.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You and
SBab\ is presented Thursdays at 10:15
a.m. This program is especially for in-
fants from birth to IS months and lasts
approximately 15 minutes
I 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
inurutes.
The use of picture books, finger plays.
&o.gs. poetry, Mother Goose rhymes
flannel board stones encourage the
a.elopment of verbal and listening
s for physically active children.


ilies.
The Grant for University Teacher
funds a half-year of teaching (three to
five months) in a low-income country.
This program is open to Rotarians and
ion-Rotarians.
SThe Ambassadorial Scholar pro-
gram is available for undergraduate
and graduate study overseas and in-.
cludes a full-year aw ard of $26,000
in U.S. dollars. This program is not
available for Rotarians or their fani-
lies.
For all of these programs, a local
Rotary club must sponsor or endorse
the applicant and act as a mentor. The
scholars must become familiar with
all aspect of Rotary International and


serve as a goodwill ambassador for
the local community and country as
they study and work abroad.
The Ambassadorial Scholar and
Grant for University Teacher are fund-
ed by District 6980, and the Peace
Scholar iB funded directly by the Ro-
tary Foundation.
The application deadline is Wednes-
day, May 10 Inter'ies will be sched-
uled for Saturday. May 20, at the His-
toric Osceola County Courthouse, 3
Courthouse Square. Kissinunee.
Applications should be mailed to
Debbie Apfelbaum. Weichert Real-
tors Hallmark Properties. 1001 West
Cherry St., Suite B, Kissimmee, FL
34741.


LBV Baptist plans Wed. evening study for young adults


Lake Buena Vista Baptist Church
has started a new Bible study. Get
Your Acts Together. that runs through
Apnl 19. The class is a verse-by-\ erse.
store% -b -stoil look at the Book of
Acts. The program begins at 9 p.m
each week.
College students, singles and young


Chronic illness
support group meets
on the 4th Monday
Area residents are invited to
a free support group for people
with chronic illnesses, includ-
ing 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-
499 1 or Katie at 407-351-5582.
The church is located at 4851
S.'Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
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adults are invited to this late-night.
contemporary worship service with
music by Angelo Ballestero The
church is located at 11551 County
Road 535 neai the Grand C) press Golf
Course. north of Walt Disney World.
For more information, call 407-876-
2234 or go to wx\\. .thevista.org.

Local quilt club invites
new members
Area residents are invited to join
Land of Cotton Quilters for week%
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 the\ are
working on: irons, cutting boards and
machine space %\ ill be provided. The
club is for new and experienced quil-
ters.
For meeting location and more in-
formation, e-mail Kim Lippy at Kim-
Lippyi jaol.com or go to www.geoc-
ities.comi'lando cotton20602'.


Attendees at the recent ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Central Florida Educators Credit Union branch in
MetroWest included (1-r) Dale Kelly. CFE supervisory committee member; Janet Bush, Mary Lynn Williams,
Lawrence Golub, CFE board members; Joseph Melbourne, CFE president and CEO; George Drivas, CFE
board chairman; and boardmembers Joseph Wallace and Michael Angel.


Jacqueline Jones to appear in First Fridays concert
The Mall at lillenia \\ill feature and Atlantic City and performances from mall restaurants. including John-
Jacqueline Jones and her band in its acrossthecountryandabroad.Herspir- n\ Rockets. California Pizza Kitchen
ongoing Fust Friday s concert series on itedblend of jazz, rhythm and blues and Panera Bread. The concerts are
Apnl 7. and contemporary music consistently sponsored b\ FM radio station WLOQ
These free music events run from delights her audiences whether she is 103.1, Lake Nona Golf and Country
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entrance, a television audience of more than 365 Modeling and Acting to highlight fash-
Jones capi\vates her audience with her million people worldwide when she ions from the center's leading retail-
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Mac All-Stars, set dates for tryouts


Southwest Book
Club meets on 3rd
Tuesday
The South\west Book Club
meets on the third Tuesday of'
each month at 7 p.m. at the
Southwest Library m the meet-
ing room, and community res-
idents are invited to join the
group at any meeting.
The group \ ill discuss fic-
tional works by author Carl Hi-
aasen, including his titles for
young readers. Hooi and Flushl
on April 18. Participants can
choose any of Hiaasen's works.
For information on upcom-
ing meetings. call Sandy lMa3-
er librarian at the Southwest
Library. at 407-835-7323 or e-
mail mayer.sandy@'ocls info.


Republicans to meet
The Southwest Orange County Re-
publicans meet the fourth Nlonday of the
month at 7:30 p.m. at J.J. Whispers,
4732 Kirkman Road. Orlando. For
more information, call 407-903-5031
or send an e-mail tojbgopitcfl.rr.com.
The group registers voters and encour-
ages voters to help elect candidates.


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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 skills. The Mac All-Stars
gym is a large. air-conditioned. 20.001)
square-foot facility, located at the cor-
ner of Kirkman Road and International
Drive. Mac AlU-Stars offers car-pool op-
portunities and a large parent vie. inmg
area. In addition to cheerleading pro-


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Mac All-Stars has sponsored re-
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Dr. Phillips High Class of 1996 reunion
The Dr. Phillips High School Class cludes dinner, a disc jockey an open
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for May 13. It will take place from 7 increases to $91 on April 21.
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Social

Quigleys celebrating 60 years 2
The fanuly' of Mlari\In and Cather- 2-4 p m at Beulah Bapust Church. 671
me Quigley is hosting a "Deniml and Beulah Road. Winter Garden.
Diamonds" celebration honoring the Farnul\ and fiends are Inmried to the Ji
QugleI s' 60th weddingg annl ersear. celebration and are asked to \w ear their :Pr
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LINDSEY AND WILLIAM

Snyder-Knowles engagement


Mrs. George C. Snyder Jr. of Ma-
rietta. Ga., announces the engagement
of her daughter, LindseN Blair. to
Wilham Austin Knov les, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilhlam O. Knowles of Win-
ter Garden. The bride-elect is also the
daughter of the late George C Sny-
der Jr.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of
Wheeler High School in Marietta. She
graduated from the Uni\ersity of
Flonda, where she recei\ ed a mas-
ter's degree in physical therapy. She
is employed as a physical therapist by


Physiotherap) in Atlanta.
The groom-elect is a graduate of
West Orange High School. He giad-
uated from the University of Florida
% ith a degree in business administra-
tion. He is a financial planner \xith
John Hancock.
The couple plans an Apnrl wedding
at Peachtree Road United Methodist
Church in Atlanta. The reception \ ill
be held at the Capital City Club
Brookhaven.
After a honeymoon trip to Jamaica,
the couple will reside in Atlanta.


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April 8, at the Winter Garden Pizza Company. On the committee are, I-r: seated. Sue George Crowe, Glen-
da Scroggins Martin, Ann Arnold Hammond, Eloise Parr Sims; back, Carolyn Arflin Merideth. Louise De-
Loach Branom, Ralph Suggs, Johnny Adams, Nadine Rushing Kannon and Stan Smith.

Baby shower
Carrie Wilson was the
Sguestof honor at a
2nd baby shower ..
given recently by her .t ..-.
stepmother,
Belinda Wilson, and
longtime best friend
Lindsay Carlson, both
of Windermere. The
shower was held at
the home of Wallace
and Belinda Wilson in
Summerport. Carrie is
expecting a baby girl
in late April. Pictured
playing 1 of the
shower games
are Carrie (left) and ,
Lindsay.


Faith Family church-
beginning series on
'Purpose Driven Life'
Faith Family Community
Church will beg in the series
"The Purpose Dri\en Life"
April 30. It % ill run through
June 11 on Sundays from
9:45-1:30 a.m.
The program is designed to
answer the question. "What
on earth am I here for?" To-
gether, the participants will
learn about God's five pur-
poses for their lives. Partici-
pants will read the 40 daily
readings in "The Purpose
Driven Life" book that will
guide them in their personal
journey to discover their life's
purposes.
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roads.
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Mclntire-Cero engagement
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Garden announce the engagement of agency Room in Oklahoma City'
their daughter, Kristle, to Gar) Cero, Gary is a graduate of the Universiy
the son of Gary and Cindy Cero of No- of Oklahoma. He is an engineer-for
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The youngest cancer survivors received purple T-shirts and a star-shaped medallion, I-r: Katie Macomber,
Lauren Christman, Shauna Ragbir, Ben Swick, Brandon Ozdemir and Evan Page. Not pictured: Jenna Cross.


Ocoee High School brought its elaborately constructed castle to the
Relay and won the award for Most Creative Representation of Theme.


Having fun

while raising

funds for

Cancer Society

West Orange High School hosted
another successful Relay For Life
event Friday and Saturday. The
Relay raised more than $175,000
for the American Cancer Society,
and more money is expected to be
turned in.
The top individual fund-raiser
was Sherry Wise, who collected
$12,466.72. Her team from
Crawford Tire brought in the most
money: $52,266.68.
Other awards were given to
Frangus Elementary for Most
Educational Campsite, Ocoee High
School for Most Creative
Representation of Theme and
Church of Christ of West Orange
for Best Costumes. The top three
campsites were Carmelita's Angels,
first place; Frangus Elementary
School, second; and Thornebrooke
Elementary, third.

Photos by
Amy Quesinberry


'The Carmelita's Angels team won 1st place for Best Overall Campsite. Team members include, l-r, Con-
'nie and Ken Lemley, Yvette Hurst, 4-year cancer survivor Carmelita Guthrie and Fran Bates.


Andy Davis, whose husband. Jimmy, died of cancer
Three-year-old Macie McUlly of Ocoee supervises last year, shares a'smile with 3-time cancer survivor
.the nail-painting session at the N-ternational Hero Bill Harrison, who has paid for the survivor medal-
Society campsite, lions again this year.


cancer. He credits his 2-year-old service dog, Belle, with saving his life nearly 2 months ago when he had
a seizure. Belle has been trained to retrieve Weaver's cell phone and dial 9, which is programmed to call
911. With Weaver are a few other belles, Kim'Cinderella' Taksey and Cheryl 'Fairy Godmother Jaskot, rep-
resenting the West Orange Church of Christ team, which won an award for Best Costumes.


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2B The West Orange Times Thursday, April 6, 2006


Sports


Lady Knights softball defeats Olympia 11-0


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Mac Allstars cheerleaders take top prizes
Teams from MAC Allstars competed recently in Tampa, Atlanta and at Walt Disney World's Dolphin Hotel.
The Youth Team composed of youngsters in 6th grade and younger (pictured) took 2nd place at the Tam-
pa Bay Throwdown. The MAC Allstars Pee Wee team (4th grade and under) took 3rd place in a very tough
Competition in the Spring Floor Nationals at Walt Disney World's Dolphin Hotel March 11-12. The MAC All-
stars Youth team took 1st place, also at the Spring Floor Nationals. Teams from MAC Allstars also com-
peted against more than 750 teams from across the country in the nationals at the Georgia World Congress
Center in Atlanta recently. The MAC Allstars gym took all 5 of its teams and 100 parents to this competi-
tion. The Youth team took 6th place. The Pee Wee team took 10th, Juniors also took 10th as did the Se-
nior All-Girl team and Senior Co-Ed took 3rd. The gym is holding tryouts April 24-28 for its 2006 teams. For
more information, call the gym at 407-352-0001. MAC Allstars. gym is at the corner of Kirkman Road and
International Drive.


Pr. Philips flag football pounds Ocoee
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1 Quarterback Tara Santiago tossed
f0ur touchdown passes, including three
to senor wide out Jewelle Grimsley, to
Idad the Dr. Phillips varsity flag foot-
ball team to a 33-0 victory over Ocoee
last week.
DP's first score came on a 15-yard
touchdown n pass from Santiago to lMarn
Butler. An interception by Dara
Boudreau in the second quarter set up
a 20-yard TD pass from Santiago to
Grimsley for a 12-0 halftme lead.
SA 35-yard punt return by Samantha
Snyder in the third quaner helped set
the table for a 15-yard Gnmsley touch-
dbwn run. Gnmsley also helped pre-
ser\e the shutout by intercepting an
Ocoee pass in the end zone. Grimsley
hauled in two more touchdown catch-
es and a 3-point reception in the fourth
quarter.
; Junior Martha Taboas finished \\ ith
6,flag pulls and 3 pass breakups. uhile
Markia Mobley collected 6 pulls and 4
piss breakups.
Dr Phillips also pulled off a 14-6 vic-
t6ry last week over Freedom. Santiago
threw touchdo% n passes of 18 and 26
vards each to Phihcia Douglas in the
third quarter and added a 15-yard TD
pass to Boudreau in the fourth quarter.
Snyder caught 4 passes for 48 yards,
S while Jessica Loretz made two acro-
batic receptions.
The LadN Panther junior varsity flag
football team recorded its third con-
secutive shutout with a 21-0 victory
over Ocoee last week. DP opened the
scoring with 16-yard touchdown n pass
from Cassandra Maloney to Brittany
- Dumbleton. Amanda Diaz added the
extra point kick.
Stacey Kirkpatrick helped ensure an-
other shutout by picking off two Ocoee
passes. Her first interception set up an


8-yard touchdown\ n run by Maloney, and
her second INT was returned 25 yards
for the game's final score. Breyone
Bolden also kicked an extra point for
DP.
The J.V Lady Panthers extended
their w inning streak to four last week
\ ith a 13-0 victoryy o\ er Freedom.
Junior Chris Warnen set a new school
record in the high jump when the DP
Sarsity boys track ream competed in the
Poinciana In itational last \eek. War-
ren shattered the old mark by four inch-
es when he cleared the bar at si\ feet.
eight inches. Freshman Rachel Boggs of
the varsity girls track team cut 10 sec-
onds of her personal-best time in the
1.600 meters.
The Panthers competed last week in
the freshman and sophomore track meet
at Winter Park. Latifat Oginni placed
sixth in both the trple junp and the 400
meters for the girls team. lesha Bourne
took fifth in the 110-meter hurdle, w hile
the girls 4x800 relay team placed sixth.
Bradley Moore captured fifth in the 110
hurdles and third in the 300-meter hur-
dles. Damien Carr placed seventh in the
200 meters, and the 4x 100 relay team
claimed second place.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys and
girls water polo teams both picked up
wins last week vs. Apopka and Ocoee.
David Syrett and Matt Greil scored 5
goals apiece to lead the boys team past
Apopka 16-I1. The Panthers improved
to 6-7 on the season with a 13-7 victo-
ry over Ocoee. The Lady Panthers de-
feated Ocoee 18-4 and blew away
Apopka 12-2 with goals scored by Mad-
die Floresi4l. Tiffany Baumer (3) and
Michaela McGinty (11.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys tennis
team fell 5-2 to rival Olympia last week.
Alex Samuels \on his No. 2-seed sin-


gles match, while Kyle Eastman won
at No. 3 singles.
Earlier last week. the Panthers swept
Lake Highland 7-0. Eddie Svenda 18-21.
Samuels 18-5 Eastman 19-71, Scott
Schumacher 8-41 and Mike Haddock 18-
5) produced victories in singles pla..
The Panthers bounced back last week
k ith a 7-0 win over Father Lopez High
of Daytona Beach. S\enda 18-01,
Samuels 19-71. Eastman 18-21. Schu-
macher 18-5i and Dexter Tate i8- I all
\won their singles matches.
The Lady Panther varsity girls ten-
nis team suffered a 5-2 loss to Olympia
with Nikki Chappell and Shannon Fitz-
patrick each winning in singles play.
Dr. Phillips lost later last week to Father
Lopez 5-2 \ ith Taylor Ste arn and Fitz-
patrick % inning their singles matches.
The loss dropped DP to 5-6 on the sea-
son.
The DPjunior varsity baseball team
fell 8-2 last week to Pine Castle James
Nassar led the w ay by going 2 for 3 with
2 RBIs. The J V. Panthers also beat
Osceola 2-0 last week with Vincent
Rose pitching six shutout innings with
only 2 hits allowed. Phillip Weidman
singled twice, while Eddie Melcer and
Anthony Ramirez each knocked in a
run.
The Panther varsity boys volleyball
team rolled to a four-game victory last
week over Oak Ridge 25-21. 25-13, 22-
25. 25-14. Sophomore Victor Callado
recorded 15 kills. Ray Pinney blocked
9 shots and Tanner Wright picked up
20 assists.
Callado collected 13 kills, while Mar-
cos Waissmann made 12 kills and 5
blocks in DP's 25-13, 25-16, 26-24 vic-
tory over rival Olympia. The win im-
proled the team's season record to 10-
1.


The Ocoee High varsity fastpitch
softball team needed only five innings
to claim an 11-0 victory last week over
Olympia. Jenn Henry drove in 2 runs,
both in the first inning. Megan Squar-
tino delivered her sixth home run of
the season in the fourth inning.
The Lady Knights lost the following
evening to Apopka 11-1. Dominique
Smith went 2 for 3 at the plate. Ocoee
rebounded last Saturday with a win
over Mount Dora.
The Ocoee junior varsity fastpitch
softball team saw its four-game win-
ning streak come to an end last week
with a 9-7 loss to Olympia. The J.V.
Lady Knights also fell.10-0 to Apop-
ka last week. Porsha Forbes pitched
for 2 strikeouts, while Jessica Keeley
doubled to left field.
Last Saturday, Ocoee got back on
track with a 13-12 victory over Mount
Dora. Forbes connected for a bases-
loaded triple, while Keeley, Leslie
Perez and Miranda Isbell each hit dou-
bles. Jessica Smothers picked up -3
strikeouts in the mound.
The Ocoee varsity boys and girls
track teams competed last weekijn the
Lyman Invitational. The boys team
placed 10th out of 23 schools, while the
Lady Knights finished eighth among
18 teams.
Gary Daughtry posted the top indi-
vidual performance for the Ocoee boy s
team by placing second in the 400 me-
ters Danny Garriga took third in the
400 meters The 4x400 relay team of
Daughter, Garga, Willis NlcPhee and
Theodore Luke placed second
The Lady Knight 4x400 relay team
of Lutrisha Altidor. Tiffani Taylor.
Bririnni Bascorlbe and Candice Hold-
en captured first place. Altidor also
claimed first place in the 400 meters and
the long jump. Also in the 400 meters,
Taylor took third place while Bas-


combe finished sixth.
The Knight varsity boys lacrosse
team played well despite losing to
Freedom in double overtime last week.
Chris Santos recorded 3 goals and 1
assist, while Wes Venturino had 2
goals and 13 ground balls. Blaine
Cockcroft added a goal and 6 ground
balls. .
J.T. Land, Logan Warr, Marcus
Lane and Steve McDonald all played
well defensively. Goalie Billy Vereb
collected 21 saves.
The Ocoee varsity baseball team
fell to East Ridge 2-1 last week. Pitch-
er Mike Arsenault threw six innings,
allowing only 2 hits and striking out 4
batters, Gary Rausch went 3 for 3 at the
plate. The following night, Ocoee
played Edgewater to a 2-2 tie.The
game % as suspended after nine innings
and i II be completed at a later date.
The Ocoee junior varsity baseball
team fell to Lake Mary 10-0 last week.
The Knights turned things around last
Friday with a 2-0 victory over Edge-
water. C.J. DePalma threw a complete
game from the mound, allowing only
1 hit and striking out 5. Derrick Mason
knocked in 2 RBIs.
The OHS varsity boys and girls
water polo teams both suffered loss-
es last week to Dr. Phillips. The boys
team lost 13-7 with Jordan Rawski,
Ale\ Kane. Ryan Francis. K\le San-
to and Kurt Gunter scoring for Ocoee.
The Lady Knights fell 18-4 to DP. El-
lie Winsemann. Brirmey Nuckoles and
Breann Nuckoles recorded goals.
The Lady Knight varsity flag foot-
ball team. playing without four
starters, suffered a 33-0 loss to Dr.
Philhps last week Ocoee rebounded the
following night to pick up its first win
of the season with a 6-0 \ victory over
Jones. Olivia Buzzell threw the game-
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In its third game of the week, Ocoee
lost 19-18 to Osceola. Kiara Friday
tossed 3 touchdown passes to Brittany
Hall (2) and Charlee Ford.
The Ocoee junior varsity flag foot-
ball team fell 21-0 to Dr. Phillips last
week. Last Thursday, the J.V. Lady
Knights improved to 2-2 on the sea-
son by defeating Osceola 32-14. Olivia
Buzzell completed 3 touchdown pass-
es and rushed for another score. Jessie
Leno, Brianna Jones and Jackie Brad-
shaw all hauled in touchdown recep-
tions. Bradshaw added another touch-
down on an interception return.
The Knight varsity boys tennis
team suffered losses last week to
Apopka. 7-0, and Edge% after. 5-2. Bri-
an Barnett and Rodney Blouni won
their singles matches vs. Edgewater.
The Ocoee varsity girls tennis team
lost to Apopka 5-2 and Edgewater 7-
0. Brittany Hopkins and Joselyn Yea-
ger "on in singles competition
SThe Knight %arsity boys volleyball
team lost to rival West Orange 25-21,
7-25, 25-23, 25-14 last week.
Theodore Luke led the way with 14
kills, while Carmelo Alverez had 10
kills and Devin Jernigan handed out
10 assists. Charlie Vasquez provided
9 service points. Ocoee also lost to
Olympia last week in straight games.
The following evening, the Knights
picked up their first victory ofthe sea-
son with a 25-15. 25-14. 25-15 win
over Deltona. Willis McPhee led
Ocoee \\ ith several huge blocks. Lat-
er last week, Ocoee fell to Lake Brant-
ley 23-25, 19-25,25-2_1, 25-10. 18-16.
The Ocoee junior varsity boys vol-
leyball team lost to 01mpia 25-23.
25-20 last week. Mike Alverez and
Kenney Ensinger had 4 kills apiece.
The J.V. Knights came back last week
to defeat Lake Brantley 25-19, 25-17.


Titans spike rival
The Olympia High varsity boys volleyball team recently defeated Ocoee in three games. The Titans will con-
tinue their season through May. Celebrating their victory are teammates (I-r): front row, Justin Krantz, Juan
Giraldo, Justin Coocen, Jason Stewart, Austin Shoener; back row, Coach Brandi Charleston, Arthur Richards,
co-captain Travis Nead, Ryan Countryman, Gradon Willard, co-captain Sean Webley and Chris Leonard.


Brothers lead West Orange tennis to 10-0 record
Two pairs of siblings, Gabnel and defending district doubles champions. well at singles. Secondly, they play very
Daniel Mattos and Jorge and Jose Paz Y Gabriel and Daniel are West Orange's well together and help each other out.
Puente, have helped lead the West Or- No. I and No. 2 seeds, respectively. Thirdly. each team has a right-hander and
range High varsity boys tennis team to a Senior Jorge Paz Y Puente is the team's a left-hander, which is very advantageous
10-0 season record. Last week, the War- No.4 seed. while sophomore brother Jose on the court "
riors crushed Edgewater 7-0. plays at the No. 3 spot. This is the first West Orange was set to close out its
The Mattos and Puente brothers boast school year at West Orange for both the regular season Wednesday at home vs.
undefeated records this season in singles Puente brothers. WOHS Head Coach Evans.
and doubles competition. Senior Gabriel Chuck Hooper said he was happy to wel- The West Orange varsity girls tennis
Martos is a four-year starter at WOHS. come them to the team this season. team fell to Edgewater 4-3 last week.
He is ranked nationally and is the dis- "Our boys doubles teams are unique Lady Warriors Allison Bihler. Lauren
trict's defending singles champion. He in several ways." said Hooper. "First. we Beck and Mana Orrego won in singles


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The Warrior varsity boys lacrosse
team dropped a game 13-6 t v0iedo last
week. but rebounded by beating Boone 12-
II in overtime. Reed Reynolds scored
the game-winning goal. West Orange im-
proved to 8-4 on the season, good for first
place in the distinct standings. Senior night
was set for Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. when
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The West Orange varsity baseball
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24-4 with Justin Oakes accounting for all
of West Orange's goals. The Lady War-
riors were defeated 16- 2 with goals scored
by Stefanie Carrier and Jennifer Black.
Both the boys and girls teams also suf-
fered losses last week to Oviedo.
The WOHS cheerleading squad w'as
set to hold tryouts Wednesday through
Friday. Anyone interested in trying out
should have a completed physical.
The Lady Wramor varsity fastpitch
softball team was set to host Cypress
Creek Wednesday at 7 p.m. West Orange
will play on the road Thursday at Uni-
versity and Friday vs. rival Olympia w ith
both games beginning at 7 p.m.
The West Orange varsity flag foot-
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Bombers compete for the cup
The Maitland Bombers U-12 boys soccer team played well recently in the challenge round of the Region-
al: Cup tournament. The Bombers posted a 1-1-1 record, including a 3-2 win over the previously undefeat-
ed Gainesville Soccer Alliance Thunder. The Bombers roster includes 2 West Orange County residents, Hunter
Spears of Windermere and Evan Albert of Cypress Landing. John Spears and Dave Albert are coaches for
the team. Pictured on the field are (1-r): Robert Aguirre (with ball); front row, Hunter Spears, Maddie Saun-
tii s, Christian Vintilla; 2nd row, Aaron Prothero, Jarumi Bonner, David Rodriguez; 3rd row, Sean Sheldon,
Kevin Schmidt, Evan Albert, Sterling Daly, Jelani Bonner; back row, coaches Tim Holcomb, Cornelius Blanc
ahd Dave Albert. Not pictured: Vincent DiGiorgio and Trevor Hudson and coaches John Spears and DeAnn
Sheldon.


Olympia wins spring break baseball tournament


"F'he 01N mpia High varsity base-
ball team captured the Spring Break
Bishop Moore Challenge tournament
last month. The Titans went 3-1 by
beating Central Florida Christian
Academy 12-2, Norman, Okla. 6-5
and Cypress Creek 15-5.
Senior right fielder Da\ id Raney
was named the tournament's MVP.
He \went 11 for 14 at the plate \ith
iRBIs. including the game-\w inning
iit against Norman. In the champi-
nship game \s. C\press Creek.
anev \%as 3 for 4. Fellow Titans
Nathan Hartman and Brad Miller
were also named to the all-tourna-
hient team.
SThe Titans upped their record to
12-5 last week b. defeating rival
West Orange 4-1 'and Freedom 9-1.
Jeff Walters pitched for the victorN
ks. WOHS. \ while Dale\ Cox picked
up the save. Hartman led the offense
With 4 RBIs. 01\ mpia also recently\
jiefeated EdgeFjater 13-3.
SThe Titan junior varsity baseball
team improved to 11-0-1 on the sea-
son after recent victories over Free-
Ibm. 12-0. and Edgewater, 14-0.
Currently leading Ol.mpia in bat-
tinig are Michael Grimes 1.5911.
Chris Talada\ i.548) and Jaban Hen-
.r i.5451.
Henrn has also posted a 2-0 record
and a 0.00 ERA on the mound. Justin
Hodges has pitched for a 3-0 mark
aid a 0.54 ERA. Ryan Hall is 2-0
\'ith a 0.47 ERA. Catcher Lamar
Byrd, shortstop A.J. Mackey and
second baseman K\ le New ark ha\e
s(dbd out defensivel.
The team's best \ in of the season
so far came against Dr. Phillips when
Patrick Lothrop hit a bases-loaded
single in the final inning to seal the
victory.
The Olympia varsity girls track
and field team won the
freshman/sophomore Metro Con-
ference championship last month.
The Lady Titans scored 143 total
points to beat out Boone (87.5). West
Orange (75.5). Jones (61i. Winter
Paik (48.5) and Oak Ridge (46).
'Katie Carbiener took first place in
tih 3.200 meters and second in the
1 .60 meters. Frances Daniels placed
first in the high jump, 100 hurdles


and 300 hurdles. Raven Richardson
took second place in the triple jump
and third place in both the shot put
and discus.
Yveline Ambroise finished fifth
in the discus, whilee Jerica Mlaness
claimed third place in die long jump
and second in the 400 meters. Sab-
rina Noel set a personal-best in the
pole vault to finish second. Kristen
Weble\ took fourth place in the 800
meters.
Ashleigh Crensha\ placed fourth
in the 100 meters. Kendra Scott fin-
ished fifth in the tnple jump and Sam
Collins claimed sixth place in the
800 meters.
The Lads Titans took fifth place in
a competition Mlarch 25 that featured
some of the state's most talented
teams. Kristine Scott placed second
in both the 100- and 200-meter
events Daniels and Carbiener set
personal records in the 300 hurdles
and 3,200 meters. iespecti\el\ Emi-
IN Zambito pole \aulti and Richard-
son (discus throw I both captured
fifth place.
The 4-x100 and 4x400 rela\ teams
both placed fourth. \uhile the 4x800
team placed sixth.
During spring break. the OI\mpia
girls team claimed second place
among 18 schools at the Ko\wboy
Invitational in Kissimmee.
Johnathan Lampkins of the
Olympia varsity boys track and
field team captured first place in the
300 hurdles and seventh place in the
long jump at the freshman/sopho-
more Metro Conference meet last
week. Teammate De lin McGuire
set a personal record in the high
jump to place second.
In the MarcIh 25 meet vs. top track
and field teams from across the state.
the Titans \ere led by Dexter Miller
(400 meters), Brian Cipollone pole
vault) and Michael Lockley (shot
putl. w ho all placed third in their re-
spective events. Lockley also took
seventh place in the discus throw,
while Colton Thomas set a person-
al record in the 800 meters.
Michael Mathis and Lampkins
both qualified for the finals and per-
formed well. finishing third and sev-
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The, Titans also captured first place
at the Kowboy Invitational held dur-
ing spring break.
The Olympia varsity boys tennis
team defeated rival Dr. Phillips 5-2
recently. Levan Clark led the way
with an 8-1 \ victory over DP's No.
1-seeded player. Diego Pires and
T\ler Hundle also \won keN singles
matches for the Titans
The Titan %arsity boys volley ball
team returned from spring break to
beat Melbourne Central but lost ui the
following days to Uni\eisits and
Oak Ridge. The team bounced back
last week by defeating Ocoee 25-14.
25-13. 25-19 Sean W\ebles and
Travis Nead dominated offensi\e-
1, while Justin Coocen and Jason
Ste\ art anchored the defense. Ryan
Counti\lman finished \\ith 5 solo
blocks.
The Olympia varsity girls
lacrosse team beat Flagler High 13-
9 last week. Goalie Nora Alvaren-
ga collected 13 sa'es, while Olivia
Litvin 151. Jenn Reed '2). Morgan
Eld.i 21. Katie Dunn. Samantha Eld.
Carl\ Garrison and Kara Johnson
scored goals.
The OHS junior varsity girls
lacrosse team defeated Flagler 11-1
last week. Goalies Sam Da\\ son and
Elizabeth Goldberg combined for 15
saves. Lexi Sikole. Alana Cato. Julie
Piliot and Courtney Tnmble scored
2 goals apiece.
The Lads Titan varsityy fastpitch
softball team crushed Evans 16-2
last week. Coturne) Sheldon pitched
fi\e strong innings, allowing 4 hits
and recording 7 strikeouts. PattN To-
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Golf


Photos by Kathy Aber
The clubhouse at Isleworth Country Club is a fitting backdrop for Tiger Woods as he strides down the No.
10 fairway last Tuesday. He took home $200,000 as the Payne Stewart Medalist.


Lake Nona teammate Sergio Garcia smiles at the
gallery during last week's Tavistock Cup competition.


Local golfer Robert Damron, who played golf at Dr
Phillips High School, follows his shot into the greer
at No. 7.


Isleworth team wins Tavistock


NW Orange
Republican Women
plan scholarship
golf tournament
The Northwest Orange
County Republican Women
Federated will hold its inau-
gural golf tournament at Er-
rol Estates Country Club on
April 8 beginning at 7:30
a.m. Proceeds from the tour-
nament will benefit the Al-
ice 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 individuals
can attend the luncheon for.
$20. The tournament is open
to men and women.
Area golfers are encour-
aged to register to support the
scholarship program
For applications and more
information, call Robin
McEwen at 407-814-0935 or
download an application at
NORWF.org.


Join Winter Garden
Classic April 21 at
Stoneybrook West
Area golfers are invited to register for
the Winter Garden Golf Classic Fri-
day, April 21, at Stoneybrook West
Country Club. The tournament is spon-
sored by the city of Winter Garden 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 indi-
vidual and $440 for a foursome. Hole
sponsorships are available for $250 or
$600, which includes an entry for a
'foursome.
The entry fee includes golf, cart
rental, box lunch, dinner, contests and
Prizes. Organizers encourage early reg-
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For more information and to regis-
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Isle\orth Country Club won the
2006 Ta\ stock Cup defeating rival
Lake Nona 17 1/2 to 12 1/2 to claim
The World Golf Country Club Cham-
pionship.
Isleworth led 6-4 after last Nlondav's
better-ball matches betw een these t\ o
cross-to\n rivals. Tuesday's formal
featured fourball singles medal match-
play. Each player in the group played
an 18-hole strokeplay singles match
against each of the opposing two play-
ers. therefore. each player played two
singles matches.
Lake Nona got offto a fast start when
Trevor lmmelman shot a 4-under 68 to
defeat both Arjun Atwal and Mark
O'Meara. Lake Nona's Maarten
Lefeber beat O'Meara and lost to Atral.
The result was a 3-1 Lake Nona swing
and a 7-7 deadlock
Islew north took control in the second


group when Charles Howell 1II shot a
4-under 68 to defeat both Sergio Gar-
cia and Retief Goosen and Isleworth's
Stuart Appleby shot a 2-under 70 to
also defeat both Garcia and Goosen.
Isleworth led 11-7.
In the third group, Isleworth's Robert
Allenby defeated both lan Poulter and
Justin Rose. Isleworth's Craig Parry
tied with Poulter and lost to Rose to
make the score 13 1/2 to 8 1/2 Isle-
worth
In the fourth group, Isleworth's
Robert Damron added to the Isleworth
lead ith a 1-under 71 defeating Ben
Curtis and Graeme McDowell. Isle-
Sorth's Lee Janzen lost to both Curtis
and McDowell giving Isleworth a 15
1/2 to 10 1/2 lead and the championship.
In the final group of the day. Isle-
worth's Tiger Woods shot a 7-under
65 to defeat both Ernie Els and Mark


McNulty.
Isleworth's John Cook lost to both
Els and McNulty, making the final
score 17 1/2 to 12 1/2 Isleworth. Al-
though Woods turned in the low round
of the day, the 52-year-old NcNulty
turned m the most talked about round
of the da% A Champions Tour regular
who was out hit off the tee. lcNulty ex-
pertly managed his \way around the long
and difficult Isle\orth course beating not
only players half his age but three of
the top players in the \world.
For the second straight year, Woods
\won the Payne Ste\ art Medabst hon-
ors and $200,000 for the low mdi\ id-
ual score Team lsle\worth splits
$ 1,000.000 and Team Lake Nona'splits
$500,000 Team Isleworth is now 2-0-
1 since the inaugural Ta\ stock Cupin
2004. The 2007 Tavistock Cup will re-
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Winter Garden Elks honor citizens at annual Charity Ball


The Winter Garden Elks Lodge
21h5 recently held its Annual Charity
Ball., an event that raised funds for the
,lodge's major projects statewide: the
Florida Elks' Children's Therapy Ser-
vices Harry-Anna Trust Fund and the
,Florida Elk's Youth Camp.
These funds enable the Elks to equip
20 \ans and provide physical, occu-
pational and speech therapists to trav- i
el all ove~ Florida attending to more I
than 350 children week with various
disabilities, free of charge. This pro-
gram costs almost $4 million a year to
operate.
Guests enjoyed a delicious dinner
and had entertainment until midnight.
'Outgoing Exalted Ruler Mike Jerni-
gan presented the Community Awards
and Elks Awards.
The awards and recipients were Out-
Standing Citizen of the Year Sherry
Wise, Outstanding Police Officer of
Sthe Year Will Shoemaker, Outstand-
iing Educator of the Year Charles
,iThomas, Outstanding Firefighter of Veteran of the Year Tom Murphy.
' he Year Steve Ellis, Outstanding Vet-
eran of the Year Tom Murphy, 2006
SElk of the Year George Laberee Sr. ."
and 2006 Elk Officer of the Year Char- *
Receiving special awards were
Chuck Lukens, Kristen Crane and the
Bingo Committee. The Gavel Award
Swas presented to outgoing Exalted .
.Ruler Mike Jernigan.
SWise was chosen as the American '
Cancer Society Outstanding Volunteer
in 2004 for her dedication to help raise
funds to help find a cure for cancer.
She is the team captain r for the Craw- i
Sford Tire Relay For Life Team that has
brought the most contributions to the
Cancer Society in this area.
Shoemaker has been with the Or-
lando Police Department for 18 years .
Snd established an inner-city Boy and
"3vb Scout troop in the heat I f the Par-.
rainore neighborhood in Orlando.
Thomas, a member of the Spring
SLake Elementanr facult\,has been an
outstanding teacher for 34 years. He
has taught the parents, children and
grandchildren of manN- Spring Lake
families. Officer of the Year Charlie Crane.
Ellis has been a member of the
SOcoee Fire Department since 1989. A
lieutenant paramedic., he is a member of the Florida Task Force-4 FEMA Dis-
aster Response Team and \was deployed to the Mississippi Gulf Coast in re-
sponse to Hurricane Katrina disaster
Nlurphv received the Veteran of the Year A%,ard for his outstanding ser ice
to his countr.. He sern ed in Voirld WarII; the Korean \War and the Vietnam War


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Police Officer of the Year Will Special Award winner Kristen Spec
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U.S. Air Force. .
Laberee \% as chosen as the Elk of the Year for his dedication to the lodge on
many projects and ctii ities. .
Crane, the Elk Officei of the Year, is an outstanding volunteer. has served as


Outgoing Exalted Ruler Mike Jernigan, left, who
cial Award winner received the Gavel Award, presented Elk of the
ck Lukens. Year Award to George Laberee Sr.

lecturing Knight and Loyal Knight and will ser e as Leading Knight ne t year.
Exalted Rulel Mike Jernigan presented the Au\iliar\ Ladies President Reedy
Lewis with an.award for the auxilhary's accomplishments during 2005-06.
He also honored Alice At mrsii ong ,, ith an award for her work as chairperson
of the Lodge Charity Bingo Program.


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Foundation Academy's March Students of the Month were honored for the character trait of perseverance.
Pictured are (I-r): (1" row) Kenny Ames, Sachin Bire, Dylan Good, Kaitlin Epps, Victoria Pughe and Macey
Wise; (2n* row) Shelby Swygert, Stasha Krepfle, Olivia Kinzler, Kendall Dawson, Victoria Castronovo and
Skylar Olea; and (3' row) Brianna Bishop and Justin Minnick.
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Olympia High students who performed with the All-County High School Jazz Ensemble are (l-r): lan Kivler.
11th grade, trumpet; John Meyer, 12th grade, lead alto sax; Curtis Viselli, 11th grade, bari sax; and Case.
O'Donnell, 10th grade, trumpet.


,All-County Jazz Concert
The 2005-06 All-County Jazz Con-
cert was held recently at Olympia
High. Congratulations go to the four
OHS students who were selected by
audition to perform in the High
School Jazz Ensemble: John Mey-
er, 12th grade, lead alto sax; Curtis
Viselli, 11th grade, bari sax; lan'
Kivler, 11th grade, trumpet; and Case
O'Donnell, 10th grade, trumpet.
The Jazz Ensemble was conduct-


ed 'by guest clinician Don Zentz,
chairman of Fine and Performing
Arts at the Bolles School in Jack-
sonville.
Jazz Under the Stars
Everyone is invited to Olympia
High School Jazz Under the Stars
on Tuesday, April.11, at West Or-.
ange Country Club. This is a fund-
raiser for the OHS Band, and pro-
ceeds will go toward purchasing con-


cert uniforms.
The OHS Jazz Bands, the Chain of'
Lakes Middle Jazz Band and.the
Gotha Middle Jazz Band will perform.
The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with
an Italian buffet and a silent auction.
The entertainment begins at 6:30'
p.m. and ends at 10. Tickets are $15
in advance and $20 at the door,
For information or tickets. call Cin-
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Grammy-nominated Toxic Audio returns from Japan for a single public performance in Orlando at 8 p.m.
April 29 at Trinity Prep. The members of Toxic Audio Ren6 Ruiz, Michelle Mailhot-Valines, Jeremy
James, Shalisa James, Paul Sperrazza and soundman John A. Valines III create an explosion of vocal
acrobatics, rhythm and improve comedy in a show that takes the audience on a musical journey. They use
n'p instruments other than their own voices to create the sounds of a full band. Toxic Audio was launched
at the Orlando Fringe Festival in 1988, and by 2003 their album 'Chemistry' was named Album of the Year
by the Contemporary A Capella Society of America. The group won the 2004 Drama Desk Award for Unique
Theatrical Experience for their off-Broadway show in New York's John Houseman Theatre. Tickets are
$20-$40 and are available by calling 407-645-3181.

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Dillard Street Elementary student Cuemelee Malcolm gets his ear checked by Grecia Quinero,, who is
dressed as the otoscope from Doc Hollywood's book, 'What's in the Doctor's Bag?'


Special visitor
The first- and second-grade class-
es at Dillard Street Elementary were re-
cently treated to an entertaining pre-
sentation from Dr. Neil Shulman, a.k.a..
Doc Hollywood. In addition to making.


the..children laugh, Doc also taught sighed to lessen the anxiety some chil-
them about how many parts of their, dren have about visiting heallhcare-
bodies work, including their heart, professionals.
lungs,. brain and ears. The school extends a big thank-you
His program, along with his book, to Health Central for the assistance in.
What's in the Doctor's Bag?, is de- making the program possible.
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Windermere Elementary's staff performed at a Faculty Talent Show held at Olympia High recently. The
purpose of the show was to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The school raised almost $1,200.:
Students and parents loved the performances and sang along to 'YMCA.' Pictured are (1-r): Alicia Casey,:
LCjnn Tidmus, Michelle Schultes, Sue Ramsteck, Amanda Newnian and Laurie Morgante.


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Four Chain of Lakes Middle School teachers received the Disney Teacherrific Top Program Award re-
cently. Pictured with Mickey Mouse are (l-r): Ron Blocker, OCPS superintendent; Christine Szymanski,;
language arts teacher and Read and Feed director; Curry Aldridge, literacy coach; Lacey Powell, language
arts teacher; and Tim Shea, School Board Miember. Not pictured is Sarah Thomas, math teacher.
Teachers win top award Feed event encouraged students to held at the Orlando Art Museum. While.
Four Chain of Lakes Middle School read the novel, Chasing Vermeer. there, the students toured the galleries.- ,
teachers recently received the Disney The 100 students who scored the The entire room was decorated with
Teacherrific Top Program Award at a highest on a test on the book were in- themed centerpieces and artwork pro-_
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West Orange High has been part of the Winter Garden community for more than 30 years. Recognized hun-
dreds of times, the members of the faculty, staff, student body and administration know that none of it would
have been possible without the bus drivers, who safely bring the students to and from school, field trips and
activities each day. WOHS is proud to present 30th anniversary shirts to each driver because -just as the
shirt says they are the 'driving force behind 30 years of success.'


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The West Orange High administration and the Student Council put together a joint challenge to the student
body to see which class could donate the most money to Pasta for Pennies. The students in the winning
class would be allowed to select an administrator and dye that person's hair the color of their choice. Gall
Minninger's class won and chose Cindi Haupt. She proudly wore her neon pink color for the entire school
cdy. Pictured with Principal Buckman are (1-r): Cristin Kinderdine, Haupt, Cynthia Rossi and Danielle Dart.


Mrs. Schneberger's Ist-graders at Family Christian are hot and sweaty but not too tired to celebrate their:
victory. These students ran up to 35 one-fourth-mile laps in an hour to raise funds for their school. Thne..
Race 4 Education participants are (1-r): (back row) Leo Wright, Evan Fitzgibbon, Jacob Titus, Scotty Michaels,
Mrs. Schneberger, Kirsten Sumal, Hunter Persse and Alex Mack; and (front row) Alyssa McClean, Juda b.
Scott, Cecile Comtois, Riley Reagan, Chantale Ninah, Sarah Broedel and Callie Montgomery.
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Little Warriors
Registration is underway for parents wanting to enroll their children in the Little Warriors Early Childhood
Education Preschool Program for the 2006-07 school year. The center is located at WOHS and is undei,
the supervision of Maxine Lee. The school is designed for children ages 3-5 and will be open 3 days a,
week (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday). The children will get the chance to learn and grow socially, in.:
tellectually and emotionally as they explore and use their creative skills in a childcare environment. Cost is'
$25 week. For an application or more information, call Mrs. Lee at 407-905-2400, Ext. 2441, or visit lth
Web site at www.geocities.com/littlewarriorspreschool. Pictured are: (front row) Cody Kimmel, Emily Lewis;
Angie Ali, Jamari Jones, Hannah Owens, Jayla Prather, Jazmyne Higdon and Riley Lewis; and (back row)K
Errin Lloyd, Natasha Jaglall, Danielle Crossley, Cassandra Vigliotti and Meranda Howell.
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Qr. Buckman congratulations the West Orange High March Warriors of the Month: Linda Lockert, Faye
Byrd, Christian Christoefl, Blake Dietrich and Viridiana Lopez. Not pictured is Daniel Lowery.
FFA Benefit Auction ed to the West Orange High FFA Auc- panmenl building at the school. All
!Cattlemen, horticulturists, food tion. The event takes place Friday, proceeds will benefit the West Orange
lovers and fun seekers alike are invit- April 7, at 7 p.m. in the agriculture de- chapter.


Fith-grade students at Ocoee Elementary were recently honored at a special ceremony for their hard work
aild dedication to the DARE program taught by Ocoee Police Officer Chris Zornan. Guest speaker Sgt.
Fqandy Conyers gave a motivational speech to the students on the positive effects of leading a drug- and
v. lence-free life. Pictured are the essay winners: Garrett Nelson, Cassandra Witiver, Brandon Vargas,
Ppnson H1insley, Jacob Nachtsheim, Dakota Lowe, Alexis Danielson, Laura Delgadillo, Amani Jones,
fany Hart and Annamarie Martes.
Kpdergarten Tea dents who will be entering OES in sight into the excellent education
Icoee Elementary will hold its August. the children will be receiving.
annual Kindergarten Tea on This is a good opportunity to tour To attend the tea or to register a
VWednesday, April 12, from 2:30- the school, meet the teachers, pur- child, call the school office at 407-
3q 0 p.m. for all kindergarten stu- chase a school T-shirt and gain in- 877-5027.


I' Celebration of Hope planned for April 8
SHope Charter'School and Legacy High will hold a big gift baskets from local merchants, such as Natascha Lee's.
-"fund-raiser, "Celebration of Hope." on Saturday. Aptil 8. Professional comedienne Shela Ward w ill serve as host,
in the Ocoee High School gym. The theme this year is and the evening w ill feature dinner. dancing and photos by
'"'Prom Night. A Night under the Stars." Bryan Mazur. .";
The event will be held from 6-10 p m. There will be a Sponsorship opportunities are available, and all dona-
live auction, featuring such items as theme park tickets, golf tions are tax-deducuble. Tickets are $2J each or two for
packagese s and weekend getaways. A silent auction will run 140 in advance, $30 at the door. For more information,
Simultaneously and w)ll offer dining gift certificates and call Hope Charter School at 407-656-4673.
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Recently the Ocoee Middle School FFA participated in Ag Literacy Day with Ocoee Elementary. Ocoee FFA
students read 'Pig and Crow' and 'Till the Cows Come Home' to elementary students. The FFA students
also spoke about the importance of agriculture and talked about some of the things people get from agri-
culture. Pictured are (1-r): (top row) Michael Quails, Megan Hill, Eddie Grammer, Alexis Hembrooke, Rox-
anne Blake, Brett Dyal, Justin Watters and Raquel Quinones; and (bottom row) Cody Watters, Casey Cook,
Cierra Murphy, Gretchen Spivey, Alyssa Ramsay. Elizabeth Frank, Brittany Musial, Courtney Allen. Mor-
gan Elder and Tyler Bishop.



FOUNDATION

ACADEMY

HIGH SCHOOL. MIDDLE SCHOOL.
FOUNDEDI958 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
Drama* High Expectations Full Academic Program Christian Atmosphere Outstanding Facilities
SIndependent Learning Center Technology Lab FHSAA Sports Instrumental and Vocal Music
Educational Trips IWashington D.C., Europe. etc.)

Enrolling for 2006/2007 Tours Available

K-3 thru Grade 12


K3 & K4
(5 days)


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 N>r
HI'l B Dh'I I.hl'ur.:n ol Ai,r olr Gir, C ,
Plant St. .s,
Dillard St.coee
Hwy.50 Ocoee


Visit our website at http://www.foundationacademy.net
Foundation Acadmyv will 3aoml lujdents ol ania ra:e. color nalionsl or airnnic origi.r .lo all rignl-. DnlleigeA programs and actin vIies generally
accorded or made avallabla Io students 31 Ihe school We will not aciscriminale on Ihe basis ot race. color eirnic origin nn the aom.rn.ir3ion Ol of ur S3-
uca.llnal and admission policies nor in our financial aia and olner program


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I St.Adrew


Patricia Wood has been selected as Citrus Elementary's Outstanding
A/ult Volunteer of the Year. She was presented with a special certifi-
cate at the annual ADDitions Breakfast. Wood gives countless hours
of her time and is always available for any 'special' volunteer opportu-
ntty that may arise. She is also responsible for the Citrus Citizen but-
tons and pencils. A big thank-you goes to this great volunteer for all she
d4es for the school. Pictured are (I-r): Louise Brown, principal; Wood;
and Susan Daugherty. ADDitions coordinator.


Iindergarten orientation
.Tne Citrus Elementary kinder-
garten team will host an orientation
for incoming kindergartners for the
2006-07 school year on Wednesday,
April 5, from 2-3 p.m. in the media
cnrer.
,Topics under discussion will in-
ctude academic expectations, a day


Maxey Elementary welcomes its new technology coordinator. Jim
Strater.


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Congratulations go to Gabriel Spencer of St. Andrew Catholic School
for having his exceptional dragon watercolor selected as the 2nd-place
winner in the 3rd- to 5th-grade painting division for the 2006 2nd An-
nual Diocesan Art Show. The show was held recently at Leu Gardens.


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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 regis-
tration began March 22 in the
school's main office.
For more information, call 407-
445-5475.


Congratulations to Southwest Middle School's Spelling Bee winners:
Sama Azam (left). 2nd place, and Mahe All, 1st place. p

OCPS to connect with families, staff using Connect-ED


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Windermere Prep 6th-grade students recently took the school popula-
tion back to the days of pharaohs, temples.and hieroglyphics with their
exhibit, 'Secrets of the Ancient Tombs.' Faculty, parents and students
were invited to explore student reconstructions of ancient Egyptian
tombs, while the 6th-grade Egyptologists (with some in:archeological
garb) presented information on mummification, treasures, afterlife,
myths and the geography of ancient Egypt. Pictured with their recon-
- structions are Alex Hall (left) and Tyler Santostefano.


Orange County Public Schools has
implemented a new emergency com-
munication and community outreach
solution designed especially for K-12
schools. The Connect-ED system willal-
low district officials and school princi-
pals to record messages that ate dis-
patched within minutes to the people
who need to hear from them.
Superintendent Ronald Blocker sent.
his first message to the home phones of
all district employees onMarch 28 to
give them a taste of what is to come.
He followed that call with a message to
the homes of all students on March 29.
"A key ingredient in the education of
all segments of our community is com-
munication, and the Connect-ED sys-
tem is a valuable tool,", said Blocker.
"We can now contact the families of
our students and district employees with
vital messages almost instantly -


and tell them what the\ need to kInot."
The system supports multi-lingual
communications and \ il allo\\ OCPS
administrators to send calls in English.
Spanish and other languages that are
specific to school conmuninies E\am-
ples of messages that can be sent in-
clude notification of school closures.
hurricane makeup dRa s. updates on in-
cidents at schools, test dates and re-
mmnders of iniportant meetings.
Dunng a recent hurricane. Connect-
ED distributed appro\niatel\. a million
outreach and emergency\ messages to
families of students and employees in
nine Florida School districts in a four-
to-fi\e-hour time frame.
The use of Connect-Ed responds to a
School Board Blue Ribbon Inuative
reconmiendauon to research automated
telephone and e--mad notification systems
for schools


The 'Camp Read a Book' Fair is in full swing at Oakland Avenue Char-
ter School. A special family event. Gathering Around the Campfire,
was held March 28. Pat Hines and Barbara Bishop. camp directors.
hosted the event.


ASSEMBLY OF GOD

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

BAPTIST

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

BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
S671 Beulah Road, Winter Garden
14071 656-3342
Pastor G. Steve Rice.
www.beulahil.com

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

FIRST BAPTIST OF MONTVERDE
17409 871h St.
iMontverde, FL 34756
(407) 469-4569
Pastor Jonathan G Winningham
Ibcmontverde@lpeoplepc.com
Sunday Worship 9:00 am:
Montverde Academy Service
Celebration and
Praise Services:
9-45 am and 11:00 am
Small Groups and
Sunday School:
9-45 am and 11:00 am
Wednesday 6:30 pm:
Prayer and Education

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
Two service locations:
800 N. Pine Hills Rd.
407-293-4571
English-Wed. Mid-Week Worsnip
6:30pm. Spanish Sun.
11 am & Wed. 6:30pm
H4itian Sun. 11am, 7pm, &
Wed. 6:30pm
Deaf Ministry Filipino Ministry
Awana's 3 yr-8tn gr.
8800 W. Colonial Dr. Ocoee
(at Good Homes) Sunday
Worship 9:30am or 11lam
Also Deal, Spanish, Haitian,
FiHpino, and Vietnamese
conmunities.
For details, 407-293-4571 or
www.ibccl.nel

.OK LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
1 564 2nd. Avenue, Ocoee
(407) 656-1523
Dr. Walter M. Fowler, Pastor


STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHiJRCH
S611 West. Ave.. Ocoee
Pastor Jerf Prichard
(407) 656-2351 Email:
slDc hurch'@.yahoo.com

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

WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb St Oakland. FL..
"Where Jesus Reigns Supreme"
(407) 656-9749
www 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
NewHorizonsCnnstianChurch.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 Worshio
CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

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

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
OF CLERMONT
Clermont, Fifth and Minneola
streets-
Sunday service Is at 10:30 a.m.
Details: (352) 217-2899


CHURCH OF GOD'

GARDEN CATHEDRAL
CHURCH OF GOD
1001 W. Plant St. Winter Garden
407-656-1855.
Sunday School 9-30
Worship 10-30, 6pm
Wed Svc. 7:30pm, Youth.
Men's & Women's Ministries
www GardenCathedralCOG org
OCOEECHURCH OF GOD
1105 N Lakewood
Pastor Steve Davis
(407) 656-8011

COMMUNITY

OASIS COMMUNITY CHURCH
Meeting at:.
West Orange Charter School,
Oakland Ave. Oakland. FL.
11:00 am Worship Service
Website:
WWW.OASIS-CC.ORG
407-905-4931
HARVEST CHURCH
Gathers Sundays at 10'05am at
Lake Whitney Elemenlary School
1351 Windermere Rd.
SCome as you are. 407-383-3022
www harvestfl.ora

EPISCOPAL,,

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

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

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

JEWISH
CONGREGATION SINAI,
CLERMONT


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


If )ou didn' gc to t he Orlando Fes.,iaJ thi p.a l
weekend you mirised ut Berneen Sarurdai and Sun-
da', ,oer O.)00i people heard a Gospel pre.entatuin onn
the grounds of the Oriando Citru' Bo.' I. And there \, a
somethingg for eer-,one' I a%\ people o-f eer age a and
size participaung., rehethr the%. were rolunieenng,
playing Igmes. ir jus rel.iing and enji\ir-g all the ac-
in t'i and un Our prayer i- that Central Flond:a i' ll
conFthlue t,_' .ee the uj[t orf hat God did o.er those
awesome t'uo da. s
God spoke to me Lrarough something idat happened
in the Children's area on Saturdav afternoon Thou-
sands oifchildren lof all age'i r.' ere enjling the enter-
tainment and games I at cbed ja one of the "bounce
house' which \a%, set side for preschool chddren.
.uddenlv Jeflnted The po.er source hd failed The
lnrile ones inside .It the ume responded in varit'us \ a
Some kept on jumping and laughing A fe,% started
icrearrung One liteic bts quietij crawled out \\tlh a


635 West SR. 50. Stei B
For services inlo. call
352-243-5353 or
Swww.congregatlonsinai-
clermoni org
LUTHERAN

PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd,
Winter Garden
8:30am & 10:45am
107-877-3937 .
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOtFaith ORG

ZION NEW LIFE LUTHERAN
Paul Fausl, Paslor
Worship Service
8 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School Bible Study 9-15
Corner ol Hempel & Golha 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.
Posil I First United "'
Office < Methodist Church .
E. Plant St. Q

S Colonial Dr. IN


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


er,, cenrou- look on hi, (ace
Ho% _c0 I.t io Ilri us hen ,e become disconnected
from our Poaer Source' L there is un-confessed sin
in mr life. it I ntaen'i spent mne in Bible Stud). tf mi
prayer life hias tbeiome leii of a pnonrt. i doni' haie
access tc. the came sunengh or the same re.istance tc
templauon it's not tiat God has failed i'm the one
t ho bas pulled the plug on His poier
ind hoi do I respond Sometimes I don' nouce
nght aa) and I keep on bouncing' through mi day s.
eenruall. noucLing h,-:, much harder ir has become
Depending on the circumstances I rraght panic One
thing is for sure. I do need to aJwaN' take it v'ery. \vr,
.enousl', It's not necessary to wait unti our torid
collapses on us it make the needed changes. Get re-
connected to our Po\'er Sourcei night 3\aN
From the Beie'. ers at Firt Bapuis Winter Garden

ADV.


ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
4851 S. Apopka-Vmeland Rd.,
Dr. William S Barnes,
Senior Pastor
Assoc Pastor Rev. Beth M. Farabee.
Dr. David Stephens
407-876-4991
SWorship Serv. 8, 9:30, 11:00am
Contemporary Worshio 5'30inm
NON-DENOMINATIONAL

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

UNITY CHURCH OF
CHRISTIANITY
4801 Clarcona Ocoee Rd. Orlando,
* FL 32810 Ph. 407-295-9181
Worship Service 9:15 & 11am
Rev. Bob Marshall
inlo,',unityccorlando org

NAZARENE

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

PRESBYTERIAN

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


Lincoln Ave.
Sunday School 9:00AM, Worship
10:30 407-291-2886
Worship on.Wed. 7:00 7:30 PM
"Come near the Gospel"
Rev..Ferdinand Brits
www.pcol.org.

SPENTECOSTAL

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
436.0akdale St. Windermere, FL
34786 (Corner of 5th Ave. & Main
St) Phone 407-876-2112
www.windermereunion.org


ST. ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH

Singles Dance
(last Saturday of Every Month)
8prmto 11 pm $5,00,
Hastings St., Near Kirkman Rd
Soff West Colonial


J4IvSOUTH BANK
Kevin Clark
14705 W, Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
S 407-656-3633


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AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
533 W. Plant St
Winter Garden
S656-3307 :
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ca's class. Writing poetry and making photo frames are (l-r): Dominic
'Mattingly, Zac Croft and Davis Ramos. CFP is located in Ocoee.




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CLASSIC ROCK & VARIETY
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ISLAND AUCTION CENTRAL
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AMERICA'S DRIVING
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career. Offenng courses in CDL
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ENROLLING TWO. THREE
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FOUND: PHOTO ALBUM be-
longing to Joyce Anthony. Any-
one having contact info please,
call The West Orange Times @
407/656-2121 ask forJackie. tfn

LOST: DOG. Male, choc. Lab.
3 yrs. 90 lbs. Reward. 407/448-
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LOST: CAT B/W. Last seen
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gray had name, tag/rabies #. Very
friendly. 3 yrs. old. Noumi: $500
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General Office ,

CLISTOMER SERVICE REP-
RESENTATIV'Es. Winter Gar-
Jen FT. pre id- Icall cenier/cu-
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E\c computer -kill!, detail &
deadline onenied Team player.
Fax or email resume 407/654-:
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$9.50-411.50 per hour. M-F.
No wwekends or nights.
EACH person musl have
an insured vehicle. English
required. Weekly pay.
Call after 9am
407-877-7738


FULL AND PART time clean-
i g ri-.me N.:. r..gni ..r eld..
ernd Eceuint pa) plas include'
paid irairung. paid tLrei time.
and paid cauon loin the Clean
Team Call Ken at Better Home
Cleaning 4o71'90-6l!'o 4/13L

HOME CLEANERS NEEDED
SI1P/rT-upI .:iS3t.i)+ Frr You"
area Car. phone. English re.
quired. Annj's Housekeeping.
since 1991 0.1/447-1451
4.27anp

MOLLt MAID-FAMILY
rinendlU houir. No nghlts, 'eek.
ends or hlidja s. Transportuton
to cutlormer' homes unilorms
and benefits provided Call


GENERAL:
010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
030 PERSONALS
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050. HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
090 MISCELLANEOUS
EMPLOYMENT:
100 GENERAL OFFICE
S,05 DOMESTIC
110 CRAFT/SKILLS/TRADE
120 LABOR
130 MEDICAL
132 LEGAL
135 PROFESSIONAL
136 RELIGIOUS
140 RESTAURANT/HOTELJMOTEL
150 RETAIL
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY
160 MISCELLANEOUS
165 PART-TIME
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


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


SERVICE:
500 MEDICAL & HEALTH
505 DETECTIVE
510 FLORAL & HOME
PHOTOGRAPHY
515 MUSIC & PHOTOGRAPHY
520 ACCOUNTING
/BOOKKEEPING
,525; INSURANCE
30 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


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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
7410 LOTS & ACREAGE
750 OUT-OF-STATE
760 MOBILE HOMES
770 REAL ESTATE WANTED
800 SCHOOL & INSTRUCTION
810 REAL ESTATE WANTED
820 MISCELLANEOUS


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NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED. Car required, reliable,
loves to clean & be with kids.
Tues.-Sa't, 12:00-8:00, pm.
$300/wk. Ocoee area. 407/466-
8244. 4/20md


110
Crafts/Skills/Trade


DRIVERS

OTR Drivers. Flatbed &
Reefer. Start your ne\\
career w iLh one of the
fastest growing carriers
in the industry!

Open Job Interviews,
Fri. 04/07 10am-5pm
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Speedway, Deland, FL

Guaranteed
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Training Pay after
CDL is acquired
*100 Hrs. On The.
Road Training
*Get your permit
in 4 days
~t yr. Potential Earn-
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Home Every Weekend




Company Drivers
Up to 4 'per Mile
L YearT/T Experience
& Good MVR Required
- Owner Operators
88/mile ALL MILES
Fuel Surcharge Program.
No NYC or Canada. Paid
Fuel, Taxes, Base Plates
& Permits. Medical & Dis-
ability Benefits Available.

Lease Purchase
Program
2004 Model Trucks
Lo%' Pa) ments & Miles
Excellent Warranty

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


ASSEMBLERS. PRO IMAGE
Soluur,ns h is been reared b\ a
major employer in the West Oaks
M.ill area to provide assem-
blers/producuon workers for Ist
: 2nd shift openings Full inme
hour-'-ome uornme Posi mns
pa\ 57-.7 75 hrl5, plus bonu-es
Drug lest req'd Immediate siarl


No fee. Call 407/774-4884 or ap-
ply online
@www.skilledjobs.,om. 4/13pis

AUTOMOTIVE PU ANTER EV.
PERIENCED PaINTER AND
PREP PERS.ON. ALSO BODY
AND PREP PERSON. EXCEL-
LENT PAY WITH BENEFITS.
EOE/DRUG FREE WORK-
PLACE. HRS. 7-3:30. CALL
407/654-0344. 4/61cw






Tractors 1 .9*Imile.
Straight truck $1.52*/mile.
*Includes FSC &
accessories. Cargo Vans /70

it FPanther II,
Transportation, Inc.

800/640-7055
ww,wpantherii.com


CARPENTERS & HELPERS.
idead, i.ork ,n Orange naea
Trn-p,.rtaiion as i. ble Call
407/579-9277. 4/27fkc

CENTRAL FLORIDA READY
NIL\ Concrere deb.eri compa-
nv no,' hmrg e\perience.i CI ls
Bn .ers CL.rr.penrjic u age: and
comrnri-.sron CAll 352/391-15'S
tfncerim

CONSTRUCTION SLrPERIN.
TENDENT NEEDED .:.'r ener.
aj coniuicins compan., l.cate.
in Winter Gardrn Eperience in
custom i .denutal inrd muir faim


Knox Nursery

is growing & needs

new people.


































Assistant Growers & General Nursery
Workers needed to work in modem
state of the art plant nursery. Good
Salary & Benefits. Apply in person.







940 Avalon Rd. (CR 545)
Winter Garden


ily c:.n:iruCt.,:.n Fa. reoumen &
salary requirements to 407/877-
E87. 4'f1l

DRILLERS, DIRECT PUSH op-
erators and helpers needed. Top
pay and benefits. Will train.


4.-, 2 3133I 4 6rmd

DRIVERS-BE IN demand. Plen-
ty of freight. Many home time
options. Low cost CDL training
avail. 100% tuition reimburse-
ment 800/231-5209. www.Swfit-


TruckingJobs.com. fcan6 drivers. Home weekends. Great
pay & benefits. Paid training for
DRIVERS-CDL A. Special ori- school grads. Cypress Truck
entation pay for experienced Lines, Inc.




( 1 Join Our friendly
Professional Team!
UNETAX
Lic. Real Estate Agents & Mortgage Brokers
.Fast expanding Real Estate Office.
Real Estate & Mortgage Network
West Orange Area. Full training Provided.
Please call 407-654-1242 or
Email resume to: ike@al lending.biz


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


SECURITY

OFFICERS
Ginn Security Services has F/T and P/T
openingsat Reunion Disney area AND
P/T only at Bella Collina Montverde, FL.
All shifts. Class "D" license req.
$11 .00+/hr and benefits for F/T officers.
Fax your resume to 321-939-2550
or apply in person at
Reunion Resort Security Gate House
FL Lic # B2500161 A drug-free work environment.


Montverde Academy is now accepting applications for new positions in our
expanding lower school program. Founded in 1912, Montverde Academy is
an independent, coeducational, college preparatory boarding (7-12) and day
school (PK3-12) situated on 125 acres adjacent to Lake Florence in Montverde.
Florida. Expanding on its 25 million dollar campus, Montverde Academy has
begun construction on a new 4 million dollar lower school learning center to
open in September of 2006 to house a growing lower school student body.



Available teaching positions for September of 2006



High School Librarian/Media Specialist

Elementary/Middle School Phys Ed. Instructor

Upper School Mathematics Instructor

ESL Instructor

School Nurse

6th Grade Instructor



Qualifications:
Certified in elementary education
Experience preferred. graduate degree preferred

Benefits:
Competitive salary commensurate with county scale
Small class size of 20
Tuition remission available for children of full time faculty and staff
125 acre campus, strong endowment
Medical coverage, dental plan available
10% employer contribution toward retirement

Visit www.montverde.org for employment application and instructions.

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HEL' P WANTED



Roll Off Driver Class A
*Loader/Operator.
Maintenance Foreman
3 yrs. minimum experience.,
Sign On Bonus. /
4/13
407-877-0116

Mark Kirkland
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WINDS Landscaping


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2C The West Orange Times Thursday, April 6, 2006


www.cypresstruck.com. 888/808-
3846. fcan6

DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL re-
quired. Apply in person: John-
'son's Wrecker Service, 500
Wilmer Ave. Orlando. No phone
calls. tfnjw

,'E)RIVER-NOW HIRING quali-
Sfled drivers for central Fl. Local
& national OTR positions. Food
grade tanker, no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits, competi-
.tive pay & new equipment. Need
-2 yrs. exp. Call Bynum Transport
,or your opportunity today.
800/741-7950. fcan6

DRY CLEANER NEEDS
counter person, tailor, presser at
Winter Garden, Ocoee, and Con-
roy Turkey Lake locations. Call
.Peter 407/797-5337. 4/6vc

EXCELLENT PAY/BENEFITS.
Night irnce;ti;es Class ACDL-
X, tanker, 2 yrs. TT experience.
.lean MVR. 407/816-6114. ea-
-. gletransportcorp.com. 4/6aa

EXP. CLASS A drivers. In state
food service delivery. Sun/Fri.
nights. Lifting required. Food ser-
-vice or beverage exp. a plus. $500
Signing bonus. Accuracy bonus,
401k, pd. holidays & vacations.
CallNicole @ Kelly Foods, Win-
ter Garden. 407/654-0500.' tfnkf

EXPERIENCED CONCRETE


MEN. Set-up, prep, pour & fin-
ish. Transportation a must. Ph.
407/654-0032, leave msg. 4/6mi

GENERAL MAINTENANCE &
grounds. CDL preferred. 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-lprm. 407/876-1814. tfnwcc

HEAVY TOW-TRUCK opera-
tor. Experience req'd: Class A
CDL required. Apply in person.
500 Wilmer Ave. tfnjw

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
wall panel production. Will train.
Great benefits. For further infor-
mation please call 352/429-7916.
4/13rbp

INSTALLERS, SERVICE
TECHNICIANS, and Lamina-
tors wanted. Growing Clermont'
area Kitchen and Bath Cabinet
Company is cunently seeking im-
mediate hire for the following po-
sitions: Installers, Service Tech-
nicians, and Laminators for pro-
duction shop. Applicant needs to
be self-motivated and experi-
enced in their trade. Company of-
fers good salary, medical bene-
fits, 401k and bonus. Please.send
resume to: Fax 352/394-7944 or
E-mail Georgia@margaret-


woodcraft.com. 4/20mwi

LAWN TECHNICIAN, IMME-
DIATE opening, up to 35k plus
bonus, health ins., pension plan,
flexible work hrs., motorized
equip. No pushing spreaders,
weekends off 407/654-1122.
4/20ffl

LEAD OPERATOR. WE will
train you on our laser engraving
machine. Must be reliable, &
have good attention to detail. You
will be responsible for supervis-
ing up to 4 employees in pro-
duction operations. 1 yr. super-
visory exp. preferred. F/T w/ben-
efits. Please fax work history to
Mr. Wehmeier 407/654-8451..
tfndjb

PRESS OPERATOR. NewsKing
experience preferred. Benefits-
group health, vacation/sick time
and holidays. E-mail belder-
ton@nsbobserver.com fax
386/424-9858, Publisher, Ob-,
server Newspapers, P.O. Box 10,
New Smyrna Beach, FL. 32168.
fcan6

PRODUCTION WORKERS
NEEDED. For 1st & 2nd shifts
in W.G. area. FIT w/benefits. Fax
407/654-8451. tfndjb

SMALL PRESS OPERATOR
for busy print shop in Ocoee.
Tok.. R2;'ABDikl. e;p prI'nerr .
but will train right person. Salary


open. Fax resume to 407/877-
0857 or e-mail to
Woquik@aol.com, Attn: Gayle.
No phone calls! 4/6woqp


130
Medical

CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
SEEKING F/T Insurance Verifi-
cation position. Fax resume to
352/394-0122. 4/20df

EXPERIENCED DENTAL/OR-
THO Asst. Exc. benefits with a
very competitive salary. Hard
working, team oriented individ-
ualsneeded. 1 yr. exp. a must.
Fax resume 407/909-3004.
4/20dro

MEDICAL ASST. & FRONT
desk receptionist needed at busy
family medical practice. Contact
Office Mgr. 4071877-3577.
4/20dm

RECEPTIONIST-PODIATRY
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 your
license and start a rewarding ca-
reer in real estate sales. Tuition
reimbursement available. Top
training available. Earn up to
100% comm. For details on the
next Career event please RSVP
to 407/905-4455. Licensed and
unlicensed welcome. Realty Ex-
ecutives. 4/13re

ALL-FLORIDA MORTGAGE
Center is now hiring licensed
mortgage brokers and experi-
enced loan officers for the Cler-
mont office. Great commission
splits, 401k, and health benefits.
Please fax resume to 352/404-
0020 or callfRichard at 352/241-
6060. 4/6afmc

LOAN PROCESSOR & Loan
Officers. Winter Garden location.
Call 866/783-1542. 4/20cms

NEW HOME SALES. Must have
FL. Real Estate License. Sit in
model selling new homes. Com-
-munity located off Hwy. 27,
south of 1-4. Room for growth
into other communities for right
person. Send resumes to: 801 S.
Dillard St., # 200, Winter Gar-
den, FL. 34787, Attn: Todd.
4/13re

OAKLAND LUXURY DEPOT
hiring 4 sales people!! Soon 100
Cfrom majruck- insiders. nacked bi
from major lenders. Backed by


new car financing. Advertising
budget, benefits, good quality of
life. Have fun & make money.
Apply in person, 16415 W. Colo-
nial Dr., Oakland. 4/6old

WANTED EXPERIENCED
LOAN Officer for growing mort-
gage broker business. Send re-
sume to Contemporary Mort-.
gage-Winter Garden branch. Fax:
407/656-1358; e-mail: thalli-
day@contemporarymortgage.com
. 4/20ms

140
Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

COOKIES BY DESIGN now
hiring full & part-time. Bakers,
decorator,& drivers to work Dr.
Phillips area. Call 407/903-0230.
tfbcbd

SONNY'S REAL PIT Bar-B-Q
is now hiring SERVERS &
COOKS at 1500 East Highway
50, Clermont, FL. If interested,
please apply between 2-4 pm,
Monday through Thursday '(no
phone calls please). 4/6srpb

TRENDY CAFE IN Metrowest
seeking full & part time positions
including AM cook. 407/291-
0134. 4/6bc

WORKING KITCHEN SU-
PERVISOR. E sperInLe req d
Deli Cook, Cashier, good pay.


Mon.-Fri. Food service at Auto
Auction. 407/947-6327 for an
appt. tfnafs.


155
Health & Beauty

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

PROFESSIONAL HAIR-
DRESSERS wanted w/follow-
ing. Booth rental. Exc. location.
Call Diana 407/877-8228. 4/20s


160
General Employment







Camp Counselor
Art Instructor
Lifeguard
Swim Instructor
Pool Manager
Additional openings and
applications are available -
online at www.cwgdn.com
or apply in person at
City Hall 251
W. Plant St., Winter
Garden, FL 34787
The City of Winter Garden is an
equal opportunity employer.


Bldg. Inspector I & II
Police Officer
Public Service Worker
Additional openings and
applications are available
onlne at www.cwgdn.com
or apply in person at
City Hall 251
W. Plant St., Winter
Garden, FL 34787
The City of Winter Garden is an
equal opportunity employer.





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


A COOL TRAVEL job. Now hir-
ing (18-24 positions). Guys/gals
to work and travel entire USA.
Pd. training, transportation, lodg-
ing furnished. Call today; start
today. 888/272-2732. fcan6


CARPET CLEANING TECH.
No exp. 407/292-4636. 4/20 3d

KENNEL ATTENDANT. Vet
clinic has opening. Exc. pay &
benefits. Apply 8932 S. Apopka
Vineland Rd. 4/6slac

165
Part-Time

CITY OF OCOEE-Recreation
Aide, $8.64/hour approximately
25 hours a week. Position super-
vises, plans and organizes activ-
ities for children during be-
fore/after school and summer day
camp programs. Apply at 150 N.
Lakeshore Dr., Ocoee, FL.
34761. EOE/DFWP. 4/6coo

P/T CUSTOMER SERVICE
Rep, $10/hr. Min. 1 yr. experi-
ence CS by phone & online and
expert in Excel, Word, Outlook.
Fax resume 407/656-8031 or
email to karen@jacobdavispro-
ductions.com. 4/6jdp

PART-TIME. RECEPTIONIST.
Must have good phone and peo-
pie skills. Computer skills pre-
ferred: Microsoft Word, Excel,
Publisher. Entry level position
for growing real estate company.
Call 407/905-4455. 4/13re

PSI, A WINTER GARDEN
based telecommunications com-
pany, needs a part-time telephone


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

Commercial Seeding and Sodding
Residential Pick Up and Delivery
Hay Seed Bahia St. Augustine Bermuda
-St. Augustine by the piece-
532 N. Bluford Ave, Ocoee, FL 34761
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720 N. Dillard St, Winter Garden, FL 34787


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Roaches, Ants, Fleas, Spiders, Silverfish, etc
TERMITE ELIMINATION Bailing and Liquid
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Home Improvement Estimates
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* Pressure Washing & Painting Residential
& Commercial Tile & Carpentr Door &
Window% Installation
* Drywall Texturing James Cardwell
a 407-656-8579
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Bill Straugh
Broker Associate
Cell 407-716-3010

Windsoir Realty Group, Inc.
410N. Dillard St. Ste. 103
Winter Garden, FL 34787
407-877-FIND (3463)


Licensed Insured Bonded

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FREE ESTIMATES :
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Refurbishcr. This position is flex-
a.llc' as to hours/week days
worked. Individual will work in
,.the repair department assisting
,with. the cleaning and basic re-
Spairpf telephones. $7 per hr. In-
terested personnel should contact
John at 407/905-7845. 4/20psi

P/T. 218 LICENSE agent w/car
to service existing group insur-
ance accounts. Call Mark @
407/877-1699.4/27mb

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


170
riEmployment Wanted

.PRIVATE CHEF/LIVE-in or
tautt '10 yrs. exp. in estates, restau-
,rants and yachts. Excellent ref-
etvences. Please call 786/853-
0045. 4/13tb





,'';' 200
Items for Sale

BRONZE ROUND GLASS
''dtintte w/4 cream high back
rchlir N.- .[2"** 4,'l" -115-
l,a r. 4,nJ .

CORRUGATED STEEL ROOF-
ING for Barns, Boat Docks,
Shops, etc. Also Culvert Pipe:
15"x20,' 18"x20'. Surplus Steel
& Supply, Inc. Apopka. Call for
r'ri:i rt -if ):N 5"'? $ in .
-r .
FRIGIDAIRE UPRIGHT DEEP
freezer, 2. mos. old. $325.
407/656-0670. 4/6pc


METAL ROOFING. SAVE $$S
buy direct from manufacturer. 20
colors in stock with all acces-
sories. Quick turn around. De-
livery available. Toll free
888/393-0335. fcan6

OAK CAPTAINS BEDROOM
set w/nightstand, new mattress,
dresser, chest, desk. $800.
407/267-4624. 4/6sb

ORLANDO TANGELOS AT
Margroff Grove. Across Rt. 50
from West Orange Lumber Co.,
Oaklard..You pick or I pick.
407/656-5768. tfnmg

PIANO FOR SALE. Good piano
for students. Keller console.
$750. Damp chaser,& padded
bench. 407/656-3814.4/13mr

POND AND LAKE fountains
and aerators. 8881776-3,159.
Complete pond information on-
line: Algae control, fish, aeration,
pond bubblers. Online store
www.absoluteaquatics.com.
fcan6

REDUCED!!! .RUG. INDIA
KASHAN Oriental. 12'x18'.
New, never used. Hand made.
New Zealand wool. Ivory w/blue
& pink pastel flower pattern.
$1900. MUST SELL-MAKE
ANY REASONABLE OFFER.
407/654-7718. tfnid

SN-'PP Eh ;: iIDIN .....
.ul.- i, ii *"'. 4,- r. t.. 1"*.
4 ,..' t.

SOFA (3 cushion) &
LOVESEAT (2 cushion). Toss
pillows to m.ii .h Ple'ledl j-I.i
L;ghl b..li.lr;.:ul'.j ih p ;1: .l Jc.
Celi: .l:cJ if., im le. I. eptIir.
formal living room. $375/b6th.


407/656-6845 or 407/620-6307.
tfnib

TREADMILL. BRAND NEW.
Sears Weslo Cadence 78E. Used
very few times. $220, obo.
407/739-2746. tfncm

60" BUNTON TWISTER com-
mercial mower, 25 hp, 0 turn ra-
dius, runs good. $3,000.407/654-
2250. 4/13tb

I KING MATTRESS set, paid
$1,000. 1 queen mattress set.
(Both like new). $400 each.
407/656-4029. 4/6rim


240
Garage/Yard Sale

BIG YARD SALE. Fri. 4/7 &
Sat. 4/8, 8am-? Washer/dryer,
camper top, & much more. 1107
Doreen Ave., Ocoee. 4/6kw

ESTATE SALE. 312 Apopka St.,
W.G. Great collectibles. Furni-
ture, glassware, kitchen items,
linens, tools & antiques: 8am-
4pm. Thurs.-Fri,-Sat. 4/6jh

GARAGE SALE 400 Fullers
Cross Rd. W.G.' Sat. only 8am-
2pm. 4/6mb

GARAGE SALE. 79 N. Dillard
St., W.G. Fri. & Sat. Table w/4,
chairs, household, etc, 4/6cc

GARAGE SALE. 2449 Orsota
C U le \\.i ,eB.i,. Ocoec. Fut-
niture, toys, clothes ..anl mn,
more. Sat., April 8th, 8a-llp.
4 *6 .

GIGANTIC SALLE -Ple.c ecieic
Pl IT.j \ I .I '.I 1 6(.C 't.. b .':.Ci o tI
Orlando Ave.. in Qcoee. 'Aptil
7th & 8th. 7am-12:00 noon. 4/6ak


HUGE GARAGE SALE! Inside
the American Legion Post 63,
271 W. Plant St., Winter Garden.
April 8th, 9am. Lots of great
stuff!! 4/6te

MULTI-FAMILY YARD sale.
Ococe, 1215 Willowcreek Rd.
Thurs/Fri. April 6 & 7th.
407/656-0344. 4/6ns

NEIGHBORHOOD MULTI-
YARD sale. Sleepy Harbour, Or-
lando Ave., Ocoee. April 7 & 8.
Check us out for bargains! Large
variety. Enter East or West en-
trance. 7:30 *starting time.
SHHOA 407/656-4543. 4/6seb

REGAL POINTE COMMUNI-
TY garage sale. Sat., April 8,
8am-2pm. 2 blocks north ofHwy.
50, between Dillard and 9th St.
4/6bb

SILVER GLEN COMMUNITY
yard sale. Ocoee, FL. Corner of
Clark and Silver Star Rd., Sat.,
April 8, 2006. 8am to 4pm.
4/6sgha

TRAILSIDE STATION, OAK-
LAND neighborhood sale! April
7, 8 & 9. 7am-? 4/6pc

1440 CLARCONA OCOEE Rd.,
Ocoec..Fri. & Sat, 8a-2p. An-
tiques & furniture. 4/6ss


280
Items Wainted.

DONATIONS NEEDED!! Help-
Ing kidJ T ir. i G. it riLLIJ y'.ur
*:l:n, illl...,r \H i. ,.. i dliJ \ ;l:,i L.
\'.'ul" d llr .l'JI '' '.I u 'j I nlrrnll-iu
collectibles, household items,
books and gently worn clothing.
We provide financial assistance to


The Children's Wish Foundation
and The Center for Grieving Chil-
dren. We'd be happy to pick up
your donation. To schedule a
pick-up, please call 407/648-
8393. Your donations help a
child. tfn

WANTED TO BUY: Old US
coins. Single coins, accumula-
tions, and entire collections. Lit-
tlcton Coin Company in business
since 1945. Call 800/581-2646,
e-mail
coinbuy@littletoncoin.com. Men-
tion code B8K320. fcan6

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



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


300
Animals foi Sale

CHIHUAHUAS, CKC, CHAM-
PAGNE. ma.,t TA..up: 1$750 &
white, ior. r.malc.'-',ir ,. 5AKC,
;lich.n :..n gr, cr :.ti e g. .,, 4 l1.i,'r .J.h


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400
Automobiles

FORD TEMPO-1994. Runs
good, cold air, needs door work.
First $600 takes. 407/967-6654.
4/6rjm

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 .


440
RVs & Motorhomes

EASY BED SOFA w/arms & op-
tional Easy Bed drawer $590,
obo. Wrico Diesel generator 4
cyl. Kubota Diesel
engine/Marathon 10k watt gen-
erator 5127 hrs.-well maintained,
used in converted bus applica-
tion. $3500, obo. Call 407/656-
3097 for details. 4/27hf

450
Motorcycles

2000 HONDA SHADOW
SABRE 1100 V-twin, black. Cus-
tom Mustang seat and hard cas-
es. Only 3,950 miles. Exc. cond.
Garage kept. $5500, obo.
407/654-7718. tfndd


528
Legal

ALL PERSON' L INTURIES .. :
C.:1l 1 r., i)ih..qiu ljlh -iu .:' mi,.,-
Storcycle, truck, premise, product
slip & fall, pedestrian, animal
bites. A-A-A Attorney Referral
,r. ,. : ~ 342, 24 hrs.,
100's of lawyers statewide. fcan6

ARRESTED? ALL CRIMINAL


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defense. Felonies, misdemeanors,
state or federal charges, parole,
probation, DUI, traffic tickets,
bond reduction. Private attorneys
statewide, 24 hrs. A-A-A Attor-
ney Referral Svc. 800/733-5342.
fcan6

DIVORCE. $275-$350. Covers
children, etc. Only one signature
req'd. Excludes govt. fees. Call
weekdays 800/462-2000, ext.
600.'(8am-7pm). Alta Divorce,
L- C im l 1d h 1.'- e


530
Childcare


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CHILDCARE IN MY Gotha
home. Flex. times avail. & week-
ends. Exc. ref. Reasonable rates.
407/532-6069, ask for Linda.
4/201b

MATURE, EXPERIENCED
BABYSITTER available for
evening babysitting. $30 charge
for sitting up to midnight; $8 ad-
ditional for each hour beyond
midnight. References available
upon request. Call 407/292-4702
for information. 4/6cf


540 ,
Cleaning


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HOME/OFFICE CLEANING by
Bobbi. 407/963-8627, 407/574-
8014. tfnrt


560
Home Improvement'

CROWN MOULDING, TILE,
bathroom repair, laminate floor-
ing, more. Owned/operated by
local firefighter. 407/489-0116,
352/242-9265. tfnfcs

REPAIR, REMODEL, RENO-
VATIONS & installation ser-
vices. Call Handyroo's. Li,-
censed/Insured, 407/340-1719.
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One of the oldest roofing companies in
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your pet's home away from home
a unique no-cage facility
daoycare and
overnight boarding
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SH A N'S Lawn Service
N Inslallation of Sod. Mulch,
LA iWNS & Plams. irees. Flower.
LANDSCAPES *IrrigationServices
French Drains
407-970-3 7 Tree Trimming/Removal
407-970-3647 .Relaining Walls

ShawnsLawns @'earthlink.net 42706


Landscape Curbing
SDe:,rat'ive Landscipe
Curb ng
Cardern Edging
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Electrical Services
Lightning Protection with Warranty & Generators




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Bathroom & Kitchen Remodels Custom Floonng (Stone.
Tile. Wood *j.Doors & Tnm (Crown, Basel. Drywall
Finishing & Texture Design Consultants on Staff
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4C The West Orange Times Thursday, April 6, 2006


WELL DRILL
PUMPS
Smith Brothers
Marshall Farms Rd.
OCOEE

656-5883 or
656-4394
Licensed* Bonded
Water or no Pay
Servicing all of Central Florida


S.E. Dollen, Inc.
Winter Garden longest es-
tablished electrical con-
tractor serving
Central FL since. 1983.
All Service Techs are
LICENSED
Journeymen and Master
Electricians.
For professional results
and competitive rates call
407-656-5818
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600
Homes for Rent

BEAUTIFUL GATED COM-
- iUNITY close to schools, hos-
pital and easy 408 access. 2 full
master bedrooms. Security sys-
tem, washer and dryer hookup.
Club house and large pool. Rea-
sonable rent, please contact
407/758-2434. 4/6k1

OCOEE. 2/1, SCREENED
'porch, store room, stove, refrig-
Srator. $900 net per mo. plus
$975. security: 407/399-1440.
;4/13aci

WINTER GARDEN 3;2. fim:-
ly r:om. nlop bidg stove, re-
Sf'igerict r. dish, a rher i nen1.
I.i :ia net per m.:ntn plus il0:175
. ecunrN 4ti"399-14-1)0 J/IAci

'3 BDRM., 2 BATH nome on
Builer Chain of Lakes. Quiet


dead-end street. 2 car garage,
boathouse. $1890. 1/801-232-
9291. tfnab.


610
Condo & Townhouses

BRAND NEW GATED com-
munity at Southern Pines. 2/2,
study, den, library, community
pool, many indoor sports activ-
ities, central h/a. $1300 p/mo. Se-
curity 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 op-
tion to buy. Near all the amenities.
Off 535 near Hwy. 50.' 407/592-
2719. 4/6er

CLERMONT. 347 OSCEOLA.
St. 1/1 duplex, close to downtown
& bike trail. Newly remodeled.
$750 p/mo. + security deposit.
321/228-1747.4/13mb

FOR LEASE. WINTER Garden.
2 br/2ba. townhouse w/garage.
$1200/mo. Call Sereno Realty.
407/654-8222. 4/6sr

FOR RENT. Brand new 3 bed, 2
bath town house off SR535'in
Winter Garden. All appliances
included. Gated community and
much more for only $1400. Call
Al Realty at 407/928-7001.
4/6al

WINDTREE GARDENS CON-
DO. 2/2. Avail. May 1st. Ground
floor. $800 p/mo. No smokers.
32\'t$.-590vi7 4/27-ef


620
Apartments &
Duplexes

2BR/2 BA, UPSTAIRS. Duplex.
Large balcony, washer/dryer,
,central A/C, dishwasher. Near
Disney on 2.5 acres. Would pre-
fer c.u ple i.:coelp miiniain prop.
err\ ih rental .djiu4imeni.
$645/mo. 41:i'l,77-.147 or
-107,947.'4'22 -I ]31o


625
Rooms/Efficiency

EFFICIENCY APTS FOR rent.
By week. 407/656-8124. tfnrs

1/1 APT. NEWLY refurbished.
W.G. No pets. $550 p/mo. With-
in walking distance to shopping
& restaurants in historic down-
town. 407/376-8763. tfnmec


630
Roommates

METROWEST AREA-CLEAN,
quiet, furn. bdrm.; w/cable TV.
408 & bus link. $425/all.
407/299-1811.4/27amc

ROOMMATE. MONTVERDE.
M/F, smoke friendly, pet friend-
ly. $300/mo. incl. all utilities.
407/469-2136. 4/6bl


650,
Commercial

HARD TO FIND retail space in
Clermont Hwy. 50, 3 story build-
ingt 407/484-8049. 4/201qrg

OFFICE WAREHOUSE &
fenced in area for lease. Down-
town Ocoee. Approx. 7400 sq. ft
total. Call Charline 407/251-
6789. tfncf

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
SPACE for rent. N. Dillard St.
407/656-2812. tfnmab

31 S. Main St. 2nd floor office
spaces avail. Starting @ $350 a
month. 407/656-6420. tfncp


670
Vacation

FT. MYERS BEACH:,2 bdrm, 2
ba; with pool/spa waterfall and
screened lanai. 1 minute walk to
the Gulf: 419/872-1231. 4/6mn



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1 41011 SAL


700
Homes for Sale

BELOW MARKET VALUE.
4/3/3 oversized corner lot.
$375,000. Call Florence 954/553-
8711. Own/agt. 4/6fk

MUST SEE! CUSTOM home.
402 E. Vie Ave., Oakland. 3/2, 2
car, lots of extras, wood floors,
maple cabinets, 1/3 acre lot, land-
scaped ,w/pool. $379,000.
407/877-9723.4/6cm

OCOEE HOME. 3/2 + bonus
room. All new..$209,000. Beau-
tiful landscape, new plumbing,
tile,.wood, paint, roof, ac and
much more. Must sell. Call
407/654-0387 or 407/947-5687.
4/13kk

OPEN HOUSE, 4-8. lpm-4pm.
624 Starke Lake Cr., Ocoee. 3/2
+ bonds room. New everything
from wood flooring to roof.
407/947-5687. 4/6kk

4 BD, 2 BA, in-ground pool.
1800 sq. ft. Completely remod-
eled. $229,000. Will finance.'
321/299-6100. 4/13sp


740
Lots and Acreage

"LOCATION, LOCATION, LO-
CATION" Time to buy. Investors
& builders, great buildablelots
for sale in one of Florida's fastest
growing areas, Ft. Myers.
8881558-0032. fcan6

REAL ESTATE FOR sale. 5
acres, city water & sewer avail-
able. Clermont area near Han-
cock Rd. Reduced $375,000.
Austin Teal Corporation, Broker
407/448-0572. 4/6atc


750
Homes Out of Area

BEAUTIFUL NORTH CAR-
OLINA. Escape to beautiful
western NC mountains. Free col-
or brochure & info. Mountain
pronperdes %rIth 'pci t.aular '.ieA


Homes, cabins, creeks and in-
vestment acreage. Cherokee
Mountain Realty, GMAC Real
Estate, Murphy. www.chero-
keemountainrealty.com. 800/841-
5868. fcan6

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, un-
derground utilities. Exc. financ-
ing. Call now 800/732-6601, x
1510. fcan6

FINAL CLOSEOUT-LAKE bar-
gains. April 8/9. Water access
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 recreation. Surrounded by
state forest. Exe. financing. Call
800/704-3154,x 722 Tn. Land
Partners, LLC. fcan6

GEORGIA-BLAIRSVILLE in
the North Georgia mountains.
Land, homes, commercial & in-
vestment. "Everything we touch
turns to sold". Jane Baer Realty,
706/745-2261, 800/820-7829.
www.janebaerrealty.com,
janebaer@alltel.net. fcan6

LAKEFRONT LOG HOME,
$99,900. New 2000 sq. ft. log
home'on Lake Cumberland, KY.
Jamestown/Russell Springs area.
1st time available April 22nd.
800/770-9311, ext. 55. fean6

LAKEFRONT PROPERTY) IN
Tn. Waterfront, view & estate
homesites. to 40 acres from the
$40s. Situated around a 45,000
acre lake. Just 90 min. to
Nashilkl Ne. building 'itilcu-
released Call o- ner St'h339-
4966. fcan6 :

LOOKING TO OWN land? In-
vest in rural acreage throughout
America; coastal, mountain, wa-
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acres Free. monthrl. spe i.l laind
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wanted.com/sw. fcai6 :


MOUNTAIN PROPERTY! In-
terested in buying property in the
Blue Ridge mountains of NC?
Call Active Realty today at
800/979-5556 or visit our web-
site at
www.ActiveRealtyNC.com.
fcan6

MURPHY, NORTH CAROLI-
NA. Aah cool summers, mild
winters. Affordable homes &
mountain cabins. Call for free
brochure. 877/837-2288. Exit Re-
alty Mountain View Properties.
www.exitmurphy.com. .fcan6

NEW PRE-CONSTRUCTION
golf community-Coastal Geor-
gia. Large lots w/deepwater,
marsh, golf, nature views. Gat-
ed, golf, fitness center, tennis,
trails, Oak park, docks. $70k's-
$300k. 877/266-7376.
www.cooperspoint.com. fcan6

NC-ASHVEILLE AREA home-
sites. Gated community with
stunning mountain views. Situ-
ated between 2 mountains on
over 4 miles of riverfront. 1 to 8
acres from the $60's. Custom
owners' lodge, riverwalk & more.
Call 866/292-5762. fcan6

NC MOUNTAINS. 3 acres on
mountain top in gated communi-
ty, view, trees, waterfall & large
public lake nearby, paved private
access, $58,500 owner. 866/789-
S8535. www.NC77.com. fcan6

NC MOUNTAIN PROPERTY
for less. Breathtaking Blue Ridge
Pkwy. New River, Stone Moun-
tain, golf courses and quaint
shops of Sparta. www.scenicre-
alty.com. 877/372-7211 or
877/363-5550. fcan6

NORTH CAROLINA. Cool
mountain air, views &,streams,
homes, cabins & acreage. Free
brochure. 800/642-5333. Realty
:. Mu.-pnr.. 31 Pe chtrce 1 .
Murph,. NCC 24w1.1 r .h re al-
oft.lmnurph, coam irean

NORTH CAROLINA GATED
* lakefront community. 1.5 acres
plu. '11Y rulc l :i r,:.re!ine Nev-
cr befr ore e art re I iri 20I re-


development discounts, 90% fi-
nancing. Call 800/709-5253.
fcan6

NORTH GA. & Western NC.
Head for the mountains! Call
Mary Hedeen, Re/Max Mt. Con-
nection. See hundreds of listings
at www.lakechatugeproperty.com;
e-mail: sold@maryhedden.com.
fcan6

TN.-LAKESIDE MOUNTAIN
acreage. Situated around a 36,000
acre lake in eastern TN. 1/2 to 5
acre building sites from the 40s.
Planned community amenities &
indirect lake access. Owner:
866/292-5769. fcan6

WESTERN NORTH CAROLI-
NA, Andrews, 3.5 acres on the
headwaters of Valley River, drive
and house pad. Price $89,500.
Valleytown Realty vtr@dnet.net.
800/632-2212. http://valley-
townrealty.com. fcan6


760
Mobile Homes

SINGLE & DOUBLEWIDE.
Owner will finance. 407/654-
8155. tfndh


810
Real Estate Wanted

STOP FORECLOSURE! Mon-
ey to lend. Bad credit OK.
wwwJPSInvestments group.com.
321/299-6100. 8/31sp









IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

Fdie No -Is.2i:h-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,
Orange County, Florida, the ad-
dress of which is 425 North Or-
ange Avenue, Orlando, Florida
32801. The names and address-
es of the Personal Representa-
tive and the Personal Represen-
tative's attorney are set forth be-
low.'

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 OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE 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 ad-
dress set forth above WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH BE-.
LOW.


ALL CLAIMS
MANDS NOT-
WILL BE
BARRED.


AND DE-
SO FILED
FOREVER


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 Repre-
sentative
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


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

File No.:48-2006-CP-000469n ,-
O

.IN RE: ESTATE OF

KATHLEEN IRWIN JOHN a
SON

Deceased. / *.'

NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ,

The administration of the estate i
of KATHLEEN IRWIN JOHN-
SON, deceased, whose dattodf O
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 CourtProt'
bate Division, 425 N. Orange,.
Avenue, Room 340, Orlando,
FL. 32801. The namesand and-
dresses of the personal repre-,
sentative and the personal rep-
resentative's attorney arese,,-;
forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims pr,,
demands against decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, con- ,
tingent, or unliquidated claims,
and who have been ser' ed ..
copy of this notice, must iile
their claims with Court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIMlE:
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-'-'
TION OF THIS NOTICE-i'r
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER'
THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA':A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE 'ON:
THEM. --

All other creditors ofthe decig e
and other persons having claifiis'-
or demands against decedent's'
estate must file their claims'wit -
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS "
AFTER THE DATE OF THE'
FIRST PUBLICATION OF.
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FIL-ED'"
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS-'
SET FORTH IN SECTION":
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA "
PROBATE CODE WIL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTV. WITHSTANDING TIHE'
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE. ANY CLAIM FILED'.'.
TWO -2I YEARS OR MORE'
.AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED. -
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The date of first publication of
this liotice is March 30, 2006.

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

Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
STEPHEN D. DUNEGAN,
ESQ,'
Attorney for Maude J. Craig
Florida Bar No.:0326933
DAAN, MEAD, EGERTON,
BLOODWORTH,
CAPOUANO & BOZARTH,
P.A.
P.O, Box 2346
Orlando, Florida 32802-2346
Telephone: 407/841-1200
3/30, 4/6/06 -



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
SFLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

File No -S.-Xi(:)bCP-000720-O

In Re The Estate Of:

IDA C LOCKWOOD,

Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS'
(Intestate)

The fomial a.diruru ,n c.I th'
Eqiaie .,: iDA C LOCK-
WVOOFD. deie.c.d. File Nurit-ei
48-p906-CP-000720-0, has
commenced in the Probate Di-
vision of the Circuit Court, Or-
ange County, Florida, the ad-
dress of which is 425 North Or-
ange A enue. Orlrind.:.. Florid.
32801 The na.n-e, and .ddr, .-
e C i' the Per niilaT ReFreent.j-
ue and the Perr:.nri.l Rcpreeic
iSaive ati.:ne .are ct liorh be-
low.i
All redii'rs of the deident. arind
other persons having claims or
demand .agauiri decedeintr e!-
iate onr b hcm i op. : ..i his rn..-
ice. h. been ;er\ed nmut file
theni clans j tm h ih1-i Courn ai
the addre-i, et ,forth ab,, e
WI-HIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE D\TE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO
TItE',AS SET FORTH OR
THIRTY DA' S AFTERR THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON


All other creditors or persons
ba.ing claim; or demands
ag~Jrti decade nt estate on
bihomi a cap! M.t dItu n.:.uce has
ni: been -er\ed must file iheir
: laims th dini Couri at the ad-
dres se. fourth above "i ITHIN
TiREE MONTHS AFTER
TItE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO.
TI~E AS SET FORTH BE.
LOW

ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MNANDS NOT SO FILED
W ILL BE FOREVER
B. RRED.

tre d.te of first publication o
thi nonce is March 30. 2006.

Personal Repre-entare
MONIQi-E LOCK OOD
I 1j5 Decarur Street
Br,,'U: n. NY 1 21.7

Atlome,, folr Per-onal Repre-
iensatisc
ERIC S NLAS-HBUiRN
Po's Orfice Bo:. 7;71268
Phone number 407 656-1507t
Fa& number i-107 877-9166
Flonda Bar Number 263i036
3/30. -/6'/06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
S FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

Fde._N. 48-2006.CP-000405.O
r
Di ision Probate Di% ison

In Re The Estate Of:
Jahes Ed ard Caule).
//a3 James E Caules.

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

. T formal administration of the
EsB.it of James Ed ard Cauley.


a/k/a James E. Cauley, deceased,
File Number
File No.: 48-2006-CP-000405-O
has commenced in the Probate
Division of the Circuit Court,
Orange County, Florida, the ad-
dress of which is 425 North Or-
ange Avenue, Orlando, Florida
32801. The names and address-
es of the Personal Representa-
tive and the Personal Represen-
tative's attorney are set forth be-
low.

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 OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE 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 ad-
dress set forth above WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH.BE-
LOW.

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

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

Peri nrI Rcpite.entl,
Sharen P Peteti,'n
17224 Malcolm Road
Winter Garden, Florida 34787

Attorney for-Personal Repre-
sentative
BlairM. Johnson
Blair M. Johnson, P.A.
Po:t Olffice Bc r 77049(',
\\ iier Galden. Fl...rd. 34777-

Phone number: 407/656-5521
Fax number: 407/656-0305
Florida Bar Number 296171
3'30., 4/6'0L



NOTICE OFPUBLIC SALE

SlY's To ing & Recoei r gi es
Nouce oi Forcclosure ol Lien
and intend i:. sell \ehicie puri-
suani to .sabsection 713 7S of the
Flonda Starule, that on -/I b6/0
IU l00m a a I195 St 5. H in.
terGarden. FI 1477.?-613 SI\'S
Towing & Recoeiiri reser\'r the
right to accept i:.r reject an,
ard/or all bids
55 CHE\ VAN
IGCCMNI5N3FBI55731
92 CHRY. 4DR.
IC3XLiU.-7NTF2'.91SI04 '
9-1, NISSAN. 4DR.
IN4EB31PlRCS6"-l,..
95 HONDA. -IDR ,
IHGCD5639SA14-2412:
01 CHE\ ,- PU
2GCEC19TI 1111S5360 .



RAINBOW TITLE & LIEN.
[NC
3189 Shendan Street. PMB 221
HolAi.-o,-d. FL. 33021
954-,920.6020

NOTICE OF SALE

Rainbow Title & Lien. Inc ., w ill
-ell at Public Sale aj Aucuon the
i'olloV, ing ehiclecs tr: sau.si Ueon
pursuant to Chapter 713.75 ,:f
the Flunda Statuteson April 20,
2006 at 10 A MN

ACTIONN WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS
LOCATED'

2004 TOYOTA. \IN n
2TIKR3:EX-IC2923lI

Located atr 151 TAFT
VINELAND ROAD. ORLAN-
DO. FL 32S2-4 Orange

Any person I si claiming an) in-
ieresti il in the jboe vehicles
contact Rainbo Title & Lien.
Inc 95-1/920602'1.

".ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE'
Some of the ehjueles may have
been released prior to auction


LIC.# AB-0001256



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 713.585 of
the Florida Statutes on April 27,
2006 at 10 A.M.

*AUCTION WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH
VEHICLE/VESSEL IS LO-
SCATED*

Lot #: 009655 1999 BUR-
GANDY BMW 5 SERIES, VIN
# WBADM6338XBY26346
Located at: COLLISION CEN-
TER OF ORLANDO
4581 N. JOHN YOUNG
PKWY., ORLANDO, FL.
32804 407/521-5882 Orange
Owner: SOMERSET MOTORS
PARTNERSHIP PO BOX 310
STE 22 E, BOUND BROOK,
NJ 08805
Customer: BRIDGETTE
SWAREK, 7012 OAK COVE
DR., BILOXI, MS. 39532
Lienholder: NONE.
Lien Amount: $3,308.00

a) Notice to the owner or lienor
that he has a right to a-hearing
prior to the scheduled date of
sale by filing with the Clerk of the
court.
b) Owner has the right to recov-
er possession of vehicle by post-
ing bdnd in accordance with
Florida Statutes Section 559.917.
ci F'..ce,-,Id- rrom n, I,: ..lc .:. Irhe
vehr,,cle lii p.air,,, r.ni lien
claimed by lienor will be de-
posited with the, Clerk of the
Court
\- I .
Any person (s) claiming any in-
terest (s).in the abovevehicles
contact: Rainbow Title & Lien,
Inc., 954/920-6020,
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction

LIC # AB-0001256.




NOTICE OF SALE


The following vehicles will be
sold at Public Auction for cash
to satisfy lien pursuant to F.S.
713.78 on 4/28/06 at 0800.

88 PONT.,
1G2NE14U5JC806558
02 DODG,
1D7HA18Z72J127856
95 MERC.,
4M2DV11W9SDJ56572
TOYO, .J2AE92EXJ0069940

HUGHES TOWING & RE-
COVERY
103 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM
TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL. 32805
407/425-9999



NOTICE OF SALE

The following vehicles will be
sold at Public Auction for cash
to satisfy lien pursuant to F.S.
713.78 on 5/05/06 at 0800.

97 PONT.,
1G2NW12T6VC742463

HUGHES TOWING & RE-
COVERY
103 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM
TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL. 32805
407/425-9999



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION

File No.: 48-2006-CP-000407-O

Division': Probate Division

1,i Re The Ettiuo. Of:
Mildted C Hirison,
a/kla.Mildred Hanson,

Deceased.
-i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The formal administration of the
Estate.of Mildred C. Hanson,
a/k/a Mildred Hanson, deceased,
File Number
File No.: 48-2006-CP-000407-O0
has commenced in the Probate
Division of the Circuit Court,
Orami.ce C. untr. Florida. thei- d.
dre ,:,t r hich i- 425 North (or.
nrge \lenaue. Orland,. Flri.nda
32I01 The anei and.iddre;;-
eo, I the Perional Represe -i
/


tive and the Personal Represen- 1991
tative's attorney are set forth be- VIN #
low.
MD 1
All creditors of the decedent, and to ace
other persons having claims or bids.
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 IN T
WITHIN THE LATER OF FOR
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO- PROBE
TICE AS SET FORTH OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE File N
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON IN RE
THEM.
CASS
All other creditors or persons BACI
having claims or demands a/k/a
against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice has Decea
not been served must file their
claims with this Court at the ad-
dress set forth above WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH BE-
,LOW.

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

The date of first publication of
this notice is April 6, 2006.

Personal Representative
Debbie H. Owens. 9
1678 Victoria Way
Winter Garden, Florida 34787

Attorney for Personal-Repre-
sentative
BlairM. Johnson 0
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
4/6,4/13/06



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE f

Auction for the following vehi-
cles will be held on April 19, |
2006, at8:00 a.m. at 1510 N:
Forsyth. Road, Orlando, FL.
32807 for the towing and stor-
age pursuant to F.S.# 713.78.
Terms are cash.'-

1991 TOYOTA CAMRY
VIN# 4T1SV21E4MU337944.


TOYOTA TERCEL
JT2EL43A9M0122069

'owing reserves the right
eept or reject any and all




HE CIRCUIT COURT
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

BATE DIVISION

o.:48-2006-CP-000782

: ESTATE OF

IANDRA LeMAGE
K,
CASSANDRA BACK,

sed.


















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"u m e .

,41M am d

IL 4


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate
of CASSANDRA LeMAGE
BACK,
a/k/a CASSANDRA BACK, de-
ceased, File Number 2006-CP-
000782, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 425 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Room 340, Or-
lando, FL. 32801. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney 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 WITH-
IN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THIS FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All othercreditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or de-
mands against the decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.


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The date of first publication of.
this notice is April 6, 2006.

Personal Representatives:
Darren Back
4811 Dativille Drive
Orlando, FL. 32808

Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
Bret Jones, Esquire
Fla.Bar No.: 0847011
BRET JONES, PA
Clermont, FL. 34711
TEL: 352/394-4025
FAX: 352/394-1604
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative
4/6, 4/13/06



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THE LIVING IS EASY Maintenance free. Quiet & convenient. Charm- EDEN ISLE AT SUMMERPORT Beautiful Neo-Traditional 4 BD, 3.5
ing. Like new 3 BD, 2 BA 1503 sq. ft. Loaded w/ upgrades. Located BA'2-story home. Priced low, Seller has to move' soon. The Of-
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HOUSE FOR SALE
BY OWNER
504 Bernardino Dr. Ocoee, FL 34761
3 bdrms/2baths, great room, Jining room. den.
fireplace, 2 car garage laminate floonng. car-
peied bedrooms, screened-in back porch. nec
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METROWEST AT ITS FINEST! Spa,:,cu, pool h'orme grer. neigh. "THE OAKS". Custom built 2 story Colonial plantation home on 1
borhood great sch.al.l' BD 2 5 BA i..h a bnor us on iormal LR (+/-) acre. Beautiful oaks. Mature landscaping. Winding staircase.
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DANIELS CROSSING!
3/2 Ig backyard view of pond cor pool.
$234,900. Paula Heman'. TEAMCONNECT.


METROWEST!
3/2.1 condo built 2005 all appliances at-
tached garage. $335,000. Jacob Johnson.


COUNTRY RUN!
4/2 1 built 2004 10x20 sc patio -
conservation. $370,900 Mandep Singh.


MIDDLEBROOK PINES!
2.2.1 condo new tile/carpe/rparnt roof 2 yrs
old.$204,900 Jonn Troun.


OCOEE COLONIAL!
3/2.1 wood floors new tile office/4th bd
down. $369,900. Ivan Petkov.


DR. PHILLIPS!
4/2 walk to SW Middle fenced yard w/pool.
$405,000. Mandep Singh.


CLERMONT NEW HOME!
4/2 1 built 2006 views of lake and hills.
$439,000. Robert Schott TEAMCONNECT.


FOREST OAKS!
3/2 huge front/backyard new Ocoee High -
roof 2005. $229,000. Ivan Petkov.


METROWEST!
Two 2/2 condo 2-car garage gated -
$3000 toward buyer's cost. $324,900 Each.
Ray Rushlow.


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STONEYBROOK WEST!
3/2 conservation golt/gated/com pool.
$319,900. Robert Schott. TEAMCONNECT.


STONEYBROOK WEST!
4/2 golf/gated overlooks pond on 8th tee.
$417,000. Robert Schoft. TEAMCONNECT


OCOOE BEAUTY!
4/3 model-like home guest suite conservation
$352,000. Scott Taylor.


SOUTHERN PINES!
3/2 condo built 2006 gated & cor pool.
$304.900 Gabriela Molina.


WINDERMERE!
3/2.1 townhome courtyard patio upgrades.
$295,000. Paula Heman, TEAMCONNECT.


DR. PHILLIPS!
4/3 solar-hid pool/spa A-rated Dr Pnillips
schools. $625,000. Lisa Helgeson.


SOUTHERN PINES!
2/2 condo built 2006 granite counters
bonus area. $267,250. Gabriela Molina.


SUMMERGATE!
2/2 condo gated minutes to Mall oi Millenia.
$217,000. TEAMCONNECT.


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Loaded w/ beautiful upgrades.
$519,000
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oversized lot S 259,900 Universal Studios. $359,000 fence. $ 279,900
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Belmere Beautyl
Perfectly maintained, least
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screened porch. S 424,900
Call: George Wilklnson
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Brand New Home!
Tile floors. corian counter tops,
42" cabinets 8 'A' rated schools!
$359,000
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407-466-3825


Wesmere Charmer!
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new exterior paint
$ 319,900
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Windermere Town Homel
Over 1300 sfwd stainless steel
appliances, 2 car garage &
comm. pool. $285,000
Call- Melissa Sarmiento
407-466-3825


Windsor Estates
4bdc3ba, 2,050sq.ft, great floor
plan ,vaulted ceilings,
fenced yard
$ 295,000
Call: Tory Lawrence
407-928-6913


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Community!
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galore in 'A' rated school district
$679,000
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