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Blood drive at
Alpha Army Navy
Alpha Army Navy World will
host its monthly blood drive with
Florida's Blood Centers this Sat-
urday, April 22, from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. at 13032 W. Colonial
Drive, Winter Garden.
For more information, call
George Skiba at 407-877-9530.
Those who donate will receive
a $10 Darden Restaurants gift
card. Club Red continues also.

New Orleans comes
to downtown
Saturday night
Dixieland jazz returns to
downtown Winter Garden this
Saturday, April 22, with the
Good Times Jazz Band, spon-
sored by Downtown Brown's,
the Winter Garden Pizza Com-
pany and Hillcrest Insurance Co.
Downbeat is at 7 p.m. at the
fountain and will continue until
9, with a break to play a few
tunes inside each of the two
restaurants.

Movie night April 20 at
Windermere Library
The Wirtdermere Library will
sponsor a family\ movie night this
Thursday, April 20. at 6 p.m The
community is invited to attend
and watch Where, the Wild
Things. Are. Participants will also
make their own wild hand pup-
pets. The library will continue
to host family movie night on
the third Thursday of the month.
For more information, call
407-876-75-0.

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

Seniors to hold
annual picnic
The West Orange Seniors an-
nual spring picnic will be held
this Thursday. April 20. at noon
behind the Ocoee Community
Center in the Municipal Com-
plex.
Members are asked to bring
side dishes for four people. No
desserts are needed because two
cakes have been ordered. The
main dishes will be furnished.

WOHS to hold 30th
anniversary gala
The West Orange High School
30th Anni\ersarv Gala % ill be
held Friday. April 28. at 7 p.m.
in the school auditorium. Ad-
umssion is free.
The WOHS Athletic Hall of
Fame Induction Dinner is set for
Saturday. April 29. at 6:30 p.m.
at Stoneybrook West Country
Club. For details or for tickets
for the Hall of Fame Induction
Dinner, call Pete'Abatiello at
407-905-2400. Ext. 2215

Lakeview High
Class of 1956
reunion is Sat.
The Lakeview High School
Class of 1956 is holding its 50-
)ear reunion this Saturday, April
22. For more information, call
Janice Charles at 407-656-1724
or Joyce Oliver at 407-295-5094.

What's cooking'
in Winter Garden
Some recipes are old favontes
shared for generations: others
are newv and original. And the\
are all bound together in the
2006 Winter Garden Heritage
Foundation Cookbook.
Volunteer Eileen Petersen was
instrumental in producing the
book of recipes. According to
the inside cover, "All you need
add is love and a kitchen."
Recipes are categorized and in-
clude the donor's name. The
cookbook also has color rendi-
tions of local artist Craig
Brown's digitalized photographs
taken around the city.
The books are available at the
Winter Garden History Center
and are $10 (members pay $9).
For more information, call the
center at 407-656-3244.


Developer seeks dialoc

with Windermere office;


Downtown design
guidelines and the
Windermere Union
Church property are
topics for next Tuesday's
workshop.

By Kathy Aber

A contentious discussion of down-
town development plans for Winder-
mere ended amicably last Tuesday as
the Town Council and developer
Kevin Azzouz agreed to jointly dis-
cuss ways to achieve mutual goals.
However, the Windermere Town
Council made little headway on its 21-
item agenda April 11 and had to post-
pone nine items when it adjourned at
11:47 p.m.
The council spent the majority of
the meeting rehashing a flawed
Planned Unit Development ordinance
and how to properly amend it. The law,
adopted in September 2004, incorrectly
refers to design guidelines adopted in
March 2004. It should refer to more
stringent guidelines adopted in July
2004. At last month's meeting, the
council agreed to change the law and
the town attorney drafted an amend-
ment incorporating the July 2004 de-
sign guidelines with an additional lim-
itation on building height.
Last week, the council held a first
reading of the amended ordinance.
In discussion, Council Member
Genevieve Poithast pro\ ided exam-
ples to show that the guidelines have
further inconsistencies relating to park-
ing and othei issues. She suggested
that all of these issues should be con-
sidered so that all corrections could be
made at the same time. So, the coun-
cil set up a workshop for next Tues-
day at 7 p.m. to further discuss the top-
ic and requested that new Town Plan-
ner Janet Shira be in% ited to attend.
Porthast also requested a legal opin-
ion from Town Attorney Cliff Shepard
on the legal ramifications of changing
the PUD ordinance \\ hen the tow n has
pending PUD applications.
Developer Azzouz of Kosta Hold-


ings, owner of the Winderme -
Church property, as well a
other buildings on Main Stre .-
of Oakdale Street, submitted
application in February. The I
incorrectly instructed Azzoi
pare his submittal using the.
guidelines, thinking they w<
fled in the PUD ordinance.
He attended last week's me
was unhappy with the cou
tempts to change the guidelines.
Azzouz told the elected official he
would litigate if they "unilaterally
change the rules."
Potthast responded that she would be
the first member to make a motion to
drop the PUD amendment and that
would tie him to the March 2004
guidelines.
Council Member Bob Sprick called
the situation "confusing."
"I think I prefer July, but that's not
what the ordinance says," said Sprick.
Council Member Stephen Withers
urged the council to work with Az-
zouz to resolve the situation.
Azzouz said he is looking for a re-
liable process that he can work with
to get the project done.
Then, on a related matter, Mayor
Gary Bruhn introduced a resolution to
have the Windermere Union Church
chapel, which is owned by Azzouz,
declared a historic site and seek state
assistance to preserve it or relocate it.
Town Attorney Shepard advised the
council that the building cannot be list-
ed in the Register of Historic Places
without the property owner's consent.
Azzouz said this was a "veiled Strat-
egy" that would "control the use of the
property."
He questioned how this item got on
the agenda "without a single call to
the property owner" and asked the
council to delay action until some
"meaningful dialogue" and "sem-
blance of trust" could be established.
The attorney recommended a joint
discussion.
Then, Council Member Ron Mar-
tin introduced another agenda item de-
tailing a process for the town to pur-
chase the Windeimeie Union Chuich

(See Windermere, 3A)


Anderson wins in Ocoee


By Mary Anne Swickerath

Scott Anderson re%\on his Ocoee
City Commission District 2 seat in the
clit's runoff election April I I to earn
his fifth term in office. Anderson re-
ceived a total of 468 votes (55 per-
cent) to challenger Janet Shura's 384
votes (.45 percent.
Out of 179 absentee ballots. An-
derson had 90 and Shira. in her first bid
for office, received 89 With 3.981
registered voters in District 2. onl>
852 cast their ballots for a 21 percent
rumou.
"I'm grateful the citizens trust me
with the responsibility ofdirectng the
policies of the city of Ocoee." An-
derson told The W'est Orange Times
Monday about his re-election.
He said he is looking forward to
working on a number of key issues in
his new three-year term of office.
"I'm really excited about the CRA
[Community Redevelopment Agen-
cy] issue." he said This is going to
be a very important cog for the city


to move in the right direction to at-
tract the right businesses for the High-
way 50 corridor."
Anderson also said traffic, road and
park concerns and the building of a
new police station were high on his
list of priorities.
He is working on developing the
Nlontgomer\ Park in his district with.
hopefully two ne\\ ballfields. and he
is looking at solving speeding problems
in neighborhoods through traffic-'
calnung solutions and road beautifi-
cation.
The Ocoee Cant passing Board. made
up of NMaor Scott Vandergrift and
commissioners Rusty Johnson and-
Gary Hood. met at noon April 12 to
certify the election. The board reject-
ed five absentee ballots, and three ab-
sentee ballots were returned as unde-
liverable.
According to Ocoee's charter, the
Canvassing Board is made up of the
ma\or and city commissioners, but
no one running for re-election can par--
ticipate on the Canvassing Board.


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Forty-three years after closing,
the Winter Garden Theatre has -a
new general manager.
Alauna McMillen of Winter
Park has been hired by the Win-
ter Garden Heritage Foundation
and given the responsibilities of
planning, marketing, fund-raising
and development. Once the the-
ater renovations are complete and
it is opened to the public, she will
handle all operations.
McMillen spent her first day
Monday meeting WGHF board
members and city staff, as well as
residents and volunteers associat-
ed with the Winter Garden Histo-
ry Center and Heritage Museum.
She will report to the foundation
and, more specifically, to Foun-
dation President Ward Britt.
"Alauna was the winner of a
long process of a lot of applicants,"
Britt told The West Orange Times
Monday. "She comes with great
experience and great enthusiasm,
and she's the right person for the
job, We're thrilled to have her."
Since earning degrees pertain-
ing to the arts and management -
a Bachelor of Science in eco-
nomics and one in theater from
Lyon College, Batesville, Ark.,
and a master's degree in perform-
ing arts management at Columbia
College, Chicago McMillen has
been clinibing her way up the per-
formance ladder.
".I'e been building toward this
my whole career," she said Mon-
day.
Her resume includes stints \with
the 2001 Fringe Festital ias co-
producer), SAK Comedy Lab (as
house manager and production
manager) and, most recently, the
Central Florida Performing Arts
Alliance (as director of programs
and finance). The Sikeston, Mo.,
native has also worked as a free-
lance producer for a number of
theaters in Central Florida.
When asked\ hat her;first or-
der of business \ ill be. she said
she's eager to hold meetings with
the board and citizens "to find out
"hat the community wants."
She said she \wants to familiar-
ize herself with the progress of the
theater renovations and "get a clear
idea of where we are."
The grand opening is roughly a
year away, but, Britt said, folks


SPhoto by Amy Quesinberry
Alauna McMillen was hired to oversee the development of the
Winter Garden Theatre.


will see a big change in the next
couple months when the plywood
comes down to reveal the facade
and marquee.
The next phase will be.the con-
struction of a three-story structure
at the back that will serve as the
backstage area (on the bottom
floor), the dressing rooms and rest
rooms (middle floor) and offices
and mechanical room (top floor).
The auditorium will be built in
the third and final phase.
SThe Winter Garden Theatre was
first opened in the 1920s at 158
W. Plant St. in dow nto\\ n Winter
Garden. It had a stage, seated about
200 people and ran silent mo\ ies.
In 1934, a fire gutted the theater
building.
A more modern theater built
for sound was constructed at
160 W. Plant, opening in 1935
"\ith a eating capacity of 650.
Five \ears later, in an era of seg-
regation,. a balcony was added to
accommodate up to 75 black pa-
trons.


Around 1955, the name was
changed to the Garden Theatre and
interior improvements were made
to try to boost attendance. With-
out the crowds of earlier years,
owners were forced to close the
theater. The building was later
used for an expanding Pounds Mo-
tor Company and the sloping floor
was leveled off.
The projection booth and bal-
cony were left alone and are still in-
tact today.
In conjunction with the down-
town corridor renovations, the
WGHF began a capital campaign
in 2004 to raise funds for a new
theater in the same location. The -
foundation has received generous
grants and continues to apply for
grant money on the county, state
and federal level. Individual
pledges have also been made.
Another of McMillen's duties
will be to solicit additional fund-
ing. She can be reached at the Win-
ter Garden History Center, 407-
656-3244.


Absentee ballots key to Winter Garden runoff


By Michael Laval


Nlany Winter Garden residents had
hoped the April 11 municipal runoff
election wouldd bring closure to weeks
of political campaigning and mud-
slinging. City voters had to %wait a
full week. though. to find our who
won elections for the offices of may-
or and District I commissioner.
While incumbent Mayor Jack
Quesinbern received a commanding
61 percent of the ballots cast April
11, ai official w inner in the mayoral
runoff could not be declared until ap-
proximately 800 absentee ballots
were counted at Tanner Hall Tues-
day night when the City Commissioni\


served as Winter Garden's canvass-
ing board.
The West Orange Times went to
press Tuesday afternoon prior to the
canvassing board meeting.
When the polls closed Aprir 11,
Quesinberry had collected 1,273
votes. Challenger Rod Re. nolds fin-
ished with 806 votes, or 39 percent of
the ballots cast.
Quesinberry, a retired state-certified
building contractor, has served as
mayor for the past 15 years and has
li ed in Winter Garden for 36 years.
Re\ nolds, a Winter Garden native,
had served as District I commissioner
since being appointed last year to fill
the term of recalled Commissioner


Bill Thompson. He has owned Dai-
ly Graphics in downtown Winter
Garden since 1986.
Winter Garden's commission race
was still in question when ballots
were counted the night of the runoff.
District 1 residents voted for either
Bob Buchanan or H. Gerald Jowers
to serve as their next representative
on the City Commission.
Jowers, who'sought election to his
fourth non-consecutive term on the
City Commission since 1986,. held
422 votes, or 52 percent of the ballots
cast, when the polls closed April 11.
Buchanan, a city Planning and Zon-
ing Board;member, received 390
votes (48 percent).


.Photo courtesy of West Orange High School
WOHS Class of 2006 starts new tradition
The seniors of West Orange High, members of the school's 30th graduating class, are beginning a new tra-
dition this year. They purchased a time capsule that will be filled with memorable artifacts of their senior year
and opened at their 10-year class reunion. Displaying the time capsule are class officers, I-r, Charline
Charles, Alexa Vitaliano, Ashley Umstead, Jenn Bals, Ramone Williams and Joy Celestin.


-ange Times








Manager hired for rebirth of downtown W.G. theater
By Amy Quesinberry "-








2A The West Orange Times Thursday, April 20, 2006


Winter Garden officer seriously injured in Highway 50 crash


By Amy Quesinberry

James Capeletti, a police officer
with the city of Winter Garden, was
seriously injured Sunday afternoon
when his motorcycle was struck while
he was on duty and riding on West
Colonial Drive. Capeletti underwent
surgery Monday to repair a compound
fracture of his lower left leg and foot
and was in stable condition at Orlan-
do Regional Medical Center, Police
Chief George Brennan said Tuesday.
The chief added that Capeletti will
need additional surgery in a few
weeks.
The 25-year-old officer also sus-
tained a serious cut on his face, a frac-
tured left shoulder and cracked rib
and a possible fractured left wrist. He
has been with the department since
2002.
The crash happened around 1:45
p.m. Sunday while Capeletti was driv-
ing eastbound in the 1000 block just
east of Dillard Street. Anguius Ro-
jas, 1911 Dardnell Drive, Orlando,
was traveling westbound on Colonial
when he crossed the center lane into
oncoming traffic, according to the
WGPD. Rojas struck.another vehicle
before hitting Officer Capeletti, who
"as thro% n from his motorcycle.
The occupants of the first vehicle
struck were taken to a local hospital
by ambulance, said police, and the
officer, due to his severe injuries, was
flown to ORMC on Orange County
Fire Rescue's Fire Star helicopter.


The Winter Garden Police Departmnent provided a photo of Officer
James Capeletti with his motorcycle.


The Florida Highway Patrol ar-
rested Rojas for driving with a sus-
pended license, and he has been de-
clared a habitual traffic offender by the
state of Florida due to a previous ac-


cident and citation history, police said.
Rojas also could be charged with
driving under the influence pending
the results of a blood alcohol test, ac-
cording to the WGPD.


Orange County Health Department announces grand
opening of new Vital Statistics Office in Winter Garden
The Orange County Health De- certificates from 1930 to the present, ilyCare Center provides the services
apartment (OCHD) will open a new assistance \ ith amendments, legal of different healthcare providers and
Vital:Statistics Satellite Office this name changes and, paternity ac- volunteer-based and community-ser-
Friday. April 21. \ within the Health kno\\ledgement. vice programs under one roof.
Alliance Family Care Center. 1210E. The new satellite office in Winter The OCHD's conimunity partner,
Plant St. The grand opening events Garden will only provide state of Health Alliance. is a not-for-profit
\ ill begin at 10 a.m. and %\ ill include Florida certified, computer-general- corporation seeking to improve the
clowns and restaurants. ed birth certificates to the general pub- health of the community by increasing
The OCHD's Office of Vital Statis- hc for a fee of $12. Hours of operation access to primary healthcare and so-
tics at 832 W. Central Blvd. in Or- for this location ill be from 8 a.m. to cial services.
lando provides specified Orange noon and 1-4 p.m. on Fridays onl y. For more information, call the Of-
County death records from 2000 to Built by funds from public and pri- fice of Vital Statisticiat 407-836-7107
the present. computer-generated buth \ate sources, the Health Alliance Fam- or visit www.orchd.cofm.


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JAMES ALTON "BULL" BURKS, 69,
Winter Garden, died April 3. Marvin C.
Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.
JAMES L. "VON" CREWS, 50,
Ocoee, died Friday, April 14. He was
born in 1955 in Fayetteville, N.C. He
worked as a mechanic and was of the
Baptist faith. Survivors: wife, Kim;
sons, Kyle, Daniel; daughter, Cami;
mother and stepfather, Imogene and
Shelby Clark; brothers, Faris, Shawn
(and Leslie) Clark; sister, Debbie (Ron-
nie) Sauls. Collison Carey Hand Fu-
neral Home. Ocoee; Woodlawn
Memorial Park.

PEDRO GIBOYEAUX, 93, Ocoee,
died April 11. Collison Carey Hand Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden.

JAMES FRANCIS MILLER, 61,
Ocoee, died Friday. April 14. Central
Florida Direct Cremation Service, Or-
lando.

RUTH ADELLAMURELL 78, ,Or-
lando, died Friday. April 14. Born in
1927 in Grenada. Wisc., she moved
to Central Florida in 2001. She worked
as a caregiver to the elderly. Survivors:
daughter, Joyce Durant, Oakland, Car-
meri, Yvette, both of Orlando, Patsy,
Bowie, Md.; sons, Crendel Kent, Or-
lando. Fitzroy, Trinidad, Wisc.; 13
grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren.
Dobbs Funeral Home, Orlando; Win-
ter Garden Cemetery.


)bituaries


WILLIAM A. NEWTZ, 93, Ocoee, died
April 6. He was a steelworker. He was
born in Midland, Pa., in 1912. He was
a member of St' Andrews Catholic
Church. Survivors: daughters, Sybil
M. Adkins, Elayne Kapilow, Carol
Lockwood, all of Orlando: sister, Julia
Tozana, morrisville, N.J.; 8 grandchil-
dren; 15 great-grandchildren; 2 great-
great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild
Funeral Home, Winter Garden; Chapel
Hill Cemetery, Orlando.

NORMAN POLLACK, 73, Ocoee,
died April 8. Beth Shalom Memorial
Chapel, Orlando.

ALFRED L. "PETE" POSTELL SR.,
56, Winter Garden, died Friday, April
14. He was a native of Oakland and a
grove service worker for Roper Grow-
ers Inc. He was a member of Ml. Zion
AME Church, Oakland, and Mt. Her-
man Masonic Lodge #45. Survivors:
wife, Johnnie Mae; children, Alfred
"Smurf" Jr., Shatyra, Sarah Poole,
Michelle, Anthony, Pam Hamilton;
mother, Francine Postell; brothers. the
Rev. Henry L. (and Beverly), Darryl; a
host of aunts, uncles and cousins. Fu-
neral services will be held Sunday,
April 23, at 2 p.m. at Oakland Pres-
byterian Church, 218 E. Oakland Ave.,
Oakland, with Pastor Dana L. Craw-
ford of Mt. Zion AME Church officiat-
ing. The family will receive friends on
Saturday from 4-8 p.m. at Mt. Zion
AME. Postell's Mortuary, Pine Hills,


and the Florida Mortician's Associa-:
tion.

WELL B. POWELL, 87, Winter Gar-
den, died Sunday, April 16. Survivors:
wife, Helen; sons, Bemard E., Richard
A. (and Margie), Buford D. (and Bon-
nie); daughters, Priscilla Norman, Pa-
tricial (and Charles) Stephens, Kitu-
rah (and Donnie) Morgan; brother,
Johnny T.; sister, Maxine Sullo; 16
grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren;
2 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral
services were set for this Wednesday,
April 19, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of
Collison Carey Hand Funeral Home,
Winter Garden. Visitation was set for
one hour prior to the service.

BRENT WILSEY, 35, Winter Garden,
died April 10. He was born in Flint,
Mich., and moved to Central Florida
in 2003 from South Carolina. He was
a Dent Wizard in the auto repair in-
dustry and a member of the Kissim-
mee Motor Sports Club. Survivors:
wife, Sharon L.; father, Phillip, Wood-
land Park, Colo.; mother, Connie J.
Touchton, Altamonte Springs; daugh-
ter, Taylor, Winter Garden; sister, Amy
Long, Plack Mountain, N.C.; brother,
Troy. Deltona; paternal grandmother,
Goldie, Sparta, Mich.; maternal grand-
mother, Alice Dubois, Lake Mary.
Loomis Family Funeral Home, Apop-
ka.


Health Central accepting applications for 5 paid student internships


Health Central is now accepting ap-
plications from area students who want
t9 participate in the 2006 Medical Sci-
ences Summer Program. This unique
internship program offers an in-depth
look at careers in healthcare.
The annual program was created in
2002 by Dr. W. Kevin Cox, Health
Central director of volunteer services
and the education department. It is pri-
vately funded by physicians and pro-
vides paid summer intern positions to
college-bound students considering
medical careers.
Five paid positions are available for
the six-week program. which will pro-


Low-income seniors
can get assistance
with their utility bill
The city of Winter Garden is offer-
ing utility.bill .assistance to qualify-
ing low-incorme seniors. The Senior
Citizens' Utility Assistance Program
application and renewal process runs
through May .1.
* Residents can obtain an application
fiom City Hall, 251 W. Plant St. Af-
ter qualifying, residents' city utility
bill ill be reduced lip to $35 each
month beginning in May.
.For details,'call 407-656--11 Il.Ext.
2297.


vide learning experiences in clinical
nursing units, the emergency depart-
ment. the Surgery Center, ExpressCare
clinic and ambulance services. Students
selected for the program will work ap-
proximately 30 hours per week and earn
$7 per hour.
Students wiUl have non-in'asive re-
sponsibilities in the medical rotations,
spending approximately two weeks in
each medical area. Interested individ-
uals must apply for the program and
provide high school transcripts and let-
ters of recommendation to the com-
mittee of clinical professionals that w ill
select the five finalists.


Students must be at least 16 years
old, and high school applicants must
have a current minimum GPA of 3.5
on a 4.0 scale. College students must
have a 3.2 GPA.
Applications are available at the
Health Central information desk, edu-
cation department, volunteer office and
online at www.healthcentral.org. Com-
pleted applications must be subrrutted
to the education department on the
fourth floor at Health Central by 4 I-.m.
on May 5. The program runs from June
12 to July 21.
For more information, call 407-296-
1440.


Local police and

fire reports

Windermere police
report for March
The Windermere Police De-
partment reported 1,013 calls for
service from March 1 through
31 as well as:
Incident reports. 28
Traffic Stops -425
Citations 243
Courtesy notices 197
Business checks 40 per
night
Alarms-12
Assistance to public 416
Accidents 3
Arrests 5
Field interrogation reports -
1
Parking tickets 8
The 5 arrests resulted in 7
charges, including the follow-
ing: DUI, driving with license
suspended, warrant, no valid
driver's license, unauthorized
possession of multiple IDs and
resisting without violence.

OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department
responded to 87 calls for assis-
tance during the period of April
6-12:
Fire-7
EMS-42
Vehicle accidents-5
Hazardous materials-2
Public service-25
False alarms-6
Cit) calls-74
County calls-9
Winter Garden-1
Windermere calls-3.

Ocoee police report
The Ocoee Police Department
reported 627 calls for ser ice
April 7-13.
Arrests-13 adult males, 3
adult females. 7 juvenile males.
2 juvenile female.
False alarms-18
Assault/battery--14
Burglary, residential & busi-
ness-6 :
Burglary, vehicle-m4:
Child abuse-5
Criminal mischief-'15
Drug violations-6
DUI-1
Robbery-0
Sexualassault/batter --0
'Thefts--24
Vehicle accidents-37
Vehicle thefts-10
Abduction (committed/at-
tempted)-0
Alarms, total-29
Death/suicide/traffic homi-
cide-0
Disturbances-143
Missing/runaway adults-2
Missing/runaway juvenile-
7.

Winter Garden
police report
The W'inter Garden Police De-
partnent reported 590 calls for
service from March 31-April 6:
Arrests Adult, 16: juvenile,
2;
Robbery-1
Sexual battery-0
Child abuse-3
Domestic violence-3
Assault/battery-5
Burglary. residential and busi-
ness-7
Burglary., vehicle--0
Vehicle thefts-1 -'
Thefts-20
Criminal mischief-6
Drug violatiois--3
DUI-2
Vehicle accidents--13
Alarms-20
Officer self-initiated activi-
ty-Foot patrols. 128: security
checks-542.


ANNA K. BURGER
July 3, 1915 -Apni 18, 2004

For some you will he forgotten,
to others just pan of the past,
but to those \ ho loved and lost you,
your memory will always last.

i Your loving family


5 at WGPD honored


Five members of the Winter Garden
Police Department were selected as
February's Officers of the Month for
their work in the wake of a robbery..
They are corporals Lawrence Bowcock
and James Carter; and officers Saviel
Colon, Paula Fambrough and James
Miller.
Their supervisor cited the follow-
ing: Around 1:30 a.m. Feb. 6, Bow-
cock, Carter, Colon, Fambrough and
Miller were dispatched to a local drug
store after the alarm company heard
subjects inside robbing the store.
The five quickly responded and set
up a perimeter while the unknown
armed suspects were still inside forc-
ing employees at gun point to open the
safe and taking the money. The sus-
pects were unaware that police offi-
cers were outside, and one exited the
front door with a mask and brass
knuckles. He fled on foot when he saw
the officers but was quickly appre-
hended by Bowcock, Colon and Farm-
brough.
Miller and Carter stayed on the
perimeter, and a short time later Carter
observed a second suspect who was
armed with a revolver in the store's
doorway. This suspect ran back into
the store and met up with a third sus-
pect, who was armed with a semi-au-
tomatic pistol. The two suspects ran
out the back door and jumped into a
feniced-in Dumpster area, and one of
the suspects' pistol discharged.
; Miller and Colon.contained the two


JAMES CARTER


suspects and used extreme caution in'
removing the suspects out of th4
fenced-in area because they didn';
know if there hostages.
Both suspects refused to comply
with the officers' commands but everi-
tually placed their weapons down and.
exited the fenced area. Police recov-
ered the firearms, approximately
$4,000 cash, the surveillance vided'
tape and the store manager's keys. '
The suspects were positively identi-
fled and arrested, and two admitted to,
planning the incident, according to the
supervisor's recommendation.
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SAVIEL COLON


PAULA FAMBROUGH : JAMES MILLER


Meals on Wheels
drivers needed
The Seniors First Meals on
'Wheels department is in need of
volunteer drivers.
The meal routes are located
across Orange County and are open,
SMonday through Friday. Each
route takes about an hour.
Seniors First is a non-protit so-
cial service agency serving seniors
in all of Orange County with Meals
on Wheels, neighborhood lunch
programs, home repairs, trans-
portation and guardianship ser-
vices.
If you can give an hour a day or
once a week, call Wayne Gardner
of Seniors First Inc. at 407-292-
0177, Ext. 253.


Hospice looking
for volunteers
Vitas Hospice needs neighbor-
hood volunteers in the West Orange.'
area. People are needed to befriend&
terminally ill patients, provide relief
for a wears caregiver, offer their,
pet to be a PetPal, make bereave-s
ment calls, sew, make crafts and!
help with administrative work. .1
Vitas Hospice Volunteer Services,.
will hold a training session Nlon-:.
day, May 15, from 5-11 p.m. at the;
Vitas office, 5151 Adanson St.
Suite-200. Orlando. Dinner will beo
served. e.
Call 407-691-4541 or e-mail lini
da.marcantonio@vitas.com to at-;
tend the training or get more infor-i
mauion about the program.
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West Orange High, Olympia High, Dr. Phillips High, Westside
Tech, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Central Florida Prep,
Central Florida Christian Academy, West Oaks Academy.
Montverde Academy, First Academy, Foundation Academy
and Crenshaw School.
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and includes class photos, lists of graduates and greeting ads.
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Please submit your ad no later than MAY 10'", 2006


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Windermere Prep robotics team members (I-r) Kevin Loiselle (driver), Nik Kueb'ler (roller operator) and
Greg Wiles (playing coach) are intense in their involvement behind the scenes as they control thb Laker-
botix Robot (1649 in the foreground).


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The robotics team (1-r): (bottom row) Jared Hoffman (captain), Greg Wiles and Nik Kuebler; (middle row)
Rohail Hemani, Arnaldo Santiago (mentor), Akram Mathin, Amira Mathin, Zak Guernsey, Maria Acosta and
Manha Mohiuddin; and (top row) Doug Dixon (mentor), Ivan Le, Kevin Loiselle, Russell Brantley, Christine
Plrevel and Rich Cannon, Kitty Grier, Ed Grant and Tim Martino (mentors).

Windermere Prep robotics team aims high, wins big
I In only its second year of partici- tended this year by more than 1,100 In addition to being so new to this
nation in what is perhaps the largest teams, are high-tech spectator sport- competition, Lakerbotix was their
iigh school robotics competition in ing events that pit two three-team youngest team and one of the small-;
the country. Windermere Prep (in an robot alliances against one another in est in number to participate in the
alliance with two other Florida teams) heated match play. Team 1649 won Florida Regionals.
prevailedb oer 48 other teams to win 12 of 17.matches to share first place The 16 students range from 12-16
te Florida Regional Championship with its alliance partners. yeas old, with only three members in
of the 2006 FIRST (For Inspiration "We are thrilled and proud to share high school. The team captain cele-
4nd Recognition of Science and Tech- this victory with our Lakerbotix stu- brated his 131h birthday just three days
biology' Robotics Competition. dents, parents, mentors and sponsors," before the competition.
STeam 1649. Lakerboti\. advances to said Donna Montague-Russell, head- Team 1649 was sponsored and
the national championships, which master of Windermere Prep. "Our stu- mentored by Saab Training (Arnaldo
\ill be held April 27-29 in the Geor- dents \worked seven days a w eek for .Santiago, Rich Cannon and Omar Sil-
4a Dome in Atlanta. six \ eeks to design. build and perfect va), Lockheed-Martin (Ed Grant, Tim
'Founded b\ the celebrated inven- a robot that could climb ramps. score Martino and Adam Bojanowski) and
tir Dean Kaman. the FIRST Compe- goals and pla% defense Their payoff Walt Disney World (Doug Dixon).
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al contest that teams science and en- the fact that these young people ha'e Transportation/Hello Florida!, Pepsi
gineering professionals \ith students learned ho\ to form a team, take re- and Florida Metalcrafters.
to solve a specific engineering design sponsibility for their actions and pur- For more information on the
problem in just six weeks. sue a common goal through coopera- robotics competition, visit www.us-
The 33 regional competitions, at- tion, compromise and respect." first.org.


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May 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
purpose of the event is to provide valu-
able resources to the community..
Last year, approximately 300 com-
munity residents attended this event.
Free haircuts, health and community re-
sources, screenings, clothing and non-
perishable food items were available
and will be again this year.
Attendees will have an opportunity
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Windermere
property.
Since Azzouz had made it clear in
earlier remarks that the property is not.
for sale, Martin withdrew the item.
Azzouz said he wants to be a "de-
pendable partner to do what's best for
everyone." He told the council he is
willing to offer the town a number of
options, including a new municipal
complex and ways to preserve the
chapel if there is reliable discussion
and trust.
Discussion ended with the mayor
inviting Azzouz to participate in the
PUD discussion and workshop April
25, and he agreed to attend.
In other business, the council:
installed newly elected Mayor
Bruhn and council members Mar-
tin, Jennifer Roper and Sprick at the
beginning of the meeting.
authorized the Tree Board to en-
ter into.an agreement with the Flori-
da Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services for an Urban
Forestry Grant.
learned from the town attorney
that negotiations are continuing in
the Lake Bessierlawsuit and there is
the possibility of a settlement simi-
lar to the one reached in the Lake
Down case.
heard 'an update from downtown
project manager Don Greer on
Progress Energy's underground util-
ities work. He said the underground
conduit work should be done by the
end of the month and the overhead
lines could be removed by mid-June.
He said the brick streets would ie-
quire constant attention and that pre-
liminary plans are in place for a

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The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
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smoke detectors free of charge. i
Fire Marshal Tom Anderson at
407-656-4689, Ext. 3, for informa-
tion.

WGPD programs
The Winter Garden Police Depart-
ment is organizing Neighborhood
Watch programs to help prevent
crime. To start a program, call 407-
656-3636.
The police department offers free
home security\ surveys for residents
living within the cirt limits. An offi-
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doors, windows, locks, lighting and
alarm systems..
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roundabout at Maguire Road and
Park Avenue with hope of con-
struction this summer. The timetable
could hinge on the type of stormwa-
ter permit required.
learned through Craig McNeal,
the head of the Maintenance De-
partment, that 25 notices had been
sent out to property owners on line-
of-sight violations, including over-
grown hedges, at various intersec-
tions in town. He said 14 locations
are now in compliance. He has or-
dered and will install "no littering"
signs along town streets. He ex-
plained that violators would receive
criminal citations, which carry fines
of up to $1,000.
learned that the Parks and Recre-
ation Committee will hold a public
workshop April 26 to discuss input
on park improvements at Third and
Fourth avenues and at Lake Down
and Central parks.
heard that the town manager
would have ajob description for the
town project manager ready for the
May meeting.
was informed that the North
Oakdale stormwater project will go
out for bid once a permit is obtained
from the South Florida Water Man-
agement District. Work is expected
to begin in August. Mike Galura of
Professional Engineering Consul-
tants is working on a $200,000 fed-
eral grant application for work in
Johnson Park.
approved a request submitted by
Elizabeth Parsons of Parsons School
of Dance to hold a rummage sale,
May 13 in the parking lot of the


System and Parks and Recreation.
There will also be face painting, a
bounce house and give-aways.
The Maxey center is at 830
Klondike Street in Winter Garden. The
event is open to the public and is be-
ing sponsored by the Rev. Willie and
Mary Barnes with the International
Church of Faith, Orange County Com-
munity Action Division and the coun-
ty's District 1 commissioner, Teresa
Jacobs.
For more information, call Debbie
Belanoff at 407-836-7178.


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school at Sixth Avenue. The sale is
a fund-raiser for the school's pro-
duction of "The Nutcracker."
Reconsidered and granted a vari-
ance request appeal for Emmett
Haag, 11324 Lake Butler Blvd., for
a five-foot fence. The council de-
nied Haag's request in March, but
Haag, who did not attend that meet-
ing, installed the fence, thinking that
it had been approved by the unani-
mous vote of the Development Re-
view Board in January. He believed
the DRB vote was the final approval.
After the March council meeting,
the Code Enforcement Board in-
structed him to remove the fence.
He argued last week that the fence
height was required as a child safe-
ty issue, and the council approved
his appeal.
listened as the mayor proclaimed
May as Neurofibromatosis Aware-
ness Month and declared April 17-
21 Occupational Health Nursing
Week.
unanimously approved the pur-
chase of a recording and sound sys-
tem for Town Hall as proposed by
Raw Media Teknologies with the
Rotary Club of Windermere sharing
in the cost ($8,154). The Rotary club
will contribute $5,296, and the town
will pay $2,859. Town Manager Ce-
cilia Bernier is still researching an
electronic voting system, which the
council had also requested. It would
be a portable, stand-alone system.
under the consent agenda, ap-
pointed members to the Parks and
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Opinion


Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


From our archives

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Writer offers solutions to development, schools


Editor:
Schools may be $2 billion short. Someone will have
to make the hard call to make up for past mistakes with
school impact fees. Who will it be?
I attended the recent School Capacity Summit and was
happy to see most of our area elected officials in atteni-
Sdance. A few were missing though, and without all'of them
working together we will never solvethis problem.
After years of fighting for additional tax funds and
Foot dragging on impact fees for schools, OCPS finally
Calls a summit to get everyone on the same page. Karen
Ardaman admitted they have fallen short on funding rev-
enues when she spoke at the Schools Capacity Summit
on Thursday. It seems apparent that the current impact
fee structure and school sales tax money will not be
Enough to meet the current OCPS plan for school facil-
.ity construction; they may fall short by as much as $2 bil-
lion.
At, the conclusion of the summit, it was agreed that
the parties in attendance, OCPS, Orange County and our
city leaders, would form se eral committees to study the
problem further, although they set no timeline for solu-
tions
The time for "committees" is over; it's time for ac-
t.' ion!
The problem is obvious: OCPS waited too long and
asked for too little when it came to raising impact fees,
and they.can't force future growth to pay for past mis-
takes. Because of this, OCPS doesn't ha'e enough mon-
ey to build the schools we need today, much less for the
future. If you check OCPS's Web site for school con-
struction plans through 2011. in the next six Nears OCPS.
is building 14 new elementarN schools, six new middle
schools and four new high schools.
The current enrollment figures state that. as of today.
our elementary schools are over capacity by 21.337 stu-
dents, or 35 percent, at 800 students per school. That
means we need 27 new elementary schools today. Our
middle schools are over capacity by 7.485 students, or
2-1 percent, at 1,000 students per school. We need eight
new middle schools today. Our high schools are pro-
jected to be over capacity by 5,868 students, or 13 per-
cent this fall, which means we need tn o new high schools
today and the next new high school won't open untul
January 2007.
The OCPS plan for construction would not meet our
current needs even if all of those schools were opening
this fall, and to make matters worse, they' are stretching
construction out over the next six years. At this current
lackluster pace, how many schools will we be behind in
2030 when our population is expected to more than dou-
ble?
Orange County, Orlando and all of the other cities
have continued to approve housing developments with-
out fully providing for the proper funding for schools. They
have left the burden of building schools to OCPS with-
out any real say in growth or funding.
Since OCPS is not a developer or a contractor by trade,
they miscalculated the cost of future land purchases and
construction and now are once again short of funds to build
and remodel the schools they have on their list.
There has to be a comprehensive grow th plan that ev-
ery one in the county abides by. We all know that devel-
opment \will happen, as very few\ of us are indigenous


Home Team, 1
Editor:
Well. this year's big game is over, and the home team
(Winter Garden) won! However, it must be noted that we
did have "home-field" advantage it \as played on
our turf. Even though the visiting team pulled some foul
plays and broke all kinds of rules. we won! It was a sight
to behold. Home-team fans came out of their closets,
from behind their gates, east side, west side all around
the town to cheer their team on. It was fun, it was in-
vigorating, it was downright neighborly
At this writing, the decision for MVP in District 1 is
still in question, but the only rno contenders are from
the home team. Word has it they were having lunch to-
gether last week. I personally witnessed both players
joking together at the polls last Tuesday, and one contender
actually called his opponent to help him professionally.
That's true Winter Garden city government.
COMMENTARY: We must remember that we will
face the same opponent next year, again on our turf, and
while we have the momentum. we must begin our.game
plan now. The objective? Keep Winter Garden out of
the hands of political barracudas. We must play by the
rules. keep integrity a high priority, stay informed, stay


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natives. We are all a result of some past development.
OCPS should not be in charge of school construction
alone; the county and cities should share in this. It is un-
fair to burden OCPS with the responsibility to build
schools when they don't have the authority to.deny de-
velopment without proper infrastructure compensation.
Here are a few solutions.to this situation, and they are
not going to be popular ones; but we have waited too
long, and it will only get worse if we don't do it now.
Orange County is going to more than double in pop-
ulation in the next 25 years, and these steps must be tak-
en to ensure that the county does not implode from this
growth.
As many of us know who live in neighborhoods that
have homeowners associations, when your dues don't
cover the costs of capital needs, you assess each home-
owner a one-time fee. By my calculation, OCPS needs
a commitment of $820 million to build the schools we
need today. The debt service on that amount over 20
years would be about $75 million per year. If assessed
on every property owner i Orange County, it would
cost the 375,000 current property owners in Orange
County $200 per year for 20 years for a total of $4,000.
These new schools w ill need additional staff and.op-
erating expenses. I'm estimating $50 million per year in
addition to local taxes needed since the teachers are al-
ready in place. This would require an additional village
of .69 or 172.50 annually for a home valuedd at $250.000.
OCPS says they can't raise the millage since they got
the two-cent sales tax increase. Wasn't that a great idea?
Are we going to let our children suffer a "Catch 22," or
\\ ill someone step up to the plate and seek the addition-
al funds?
Raise future impact fees to a level that w ill build the
schools and pay for the teachers and staff needed to keep
pace with development. This will keep us out of this sit-
uation m the future. OCPS and Orange County have put
together a panel to determine the formula for impact
fees: now it is up to OCPS to determine the cost per pupil
and ask for the appropriate impact fees from develop-
ers. Please. OCPS. don't wait!
No further residential development should take place
unless OCPS. the developer and the counts or city that
is involved agree that the infrastructure is pro\ ided for
in the development agreement. This will become law\ in
2008 when the concurrency plan takes effect, but w\hy
wait? Please start working together now.
Schools don't need to be fancy, just safe, clean. pop-
ulated with caring teachers and supported by their par-
ents and local community.
OCPS could lease or sell its building downtown and
move into portables on the land they own in Eatonville.
Only after all of our children are housed in permanent struc-
tures should they be allowed to move back downtown.
Yes. I know there are many other issues that need to
be addressed along \with schools affordable housing.
traffic and other infrastructure issues are chief among
them. But if we don't fix the school issue first, then \we
won't be training the future leaders and taxpayers of our
county properly. And they will not be able to earn the in-
comes that will allo\ them to continue to live in the
place we all call home.
Mack lcLauighlin
Winter Garden


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connected, have regular "fan club" (all residents of Win-
ter Garden) meetings and attend all practices sessions
(City Commission meetings).
We have a great advantage over our opponent. and
that is our coaches. Winter Garden's city manager and
staff are the creme-de-la-crime of professional city ad-
ministration. Truth be known, it is because of their skills.
knowledge and experuse, along with the leadership of the
elected City Commission, that Winter Garden is the envy
of Central Florida. Now if w e could just get our city at-
torney back \e would be on the right track.
Winter Garden needs to use its compass for guidance.
The four cardinal directions on our city's compass are:
North God's direction; East city administration; South
City Commission; West city residents (everyone
whose address is Winter Garden, north and south of
highway 50).
If we keep the direction on true north, the other com-
pass points will keep us from getting "lost" and \\e'll be
fine.
I love my city and its people!
Barbara Penningion
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in memory of John Tyndall. The construction was car-
ried out by Snyder with the help of Steve Girvin and
John Terrell, and it's open to the whole community.


70 years ago
Ocoee High School held its annual Junior-Senior Ban-
quet at the Perrydell in Orlando. The dining hall was
decorated with pink orchid ropes with silver bells at-
tached, illustrating the class motto "Let the ropes of the
past ring the bells of the future."

40 years ago
Continental Can Company celebrated the production
of its 20 billionth can in Florida with simultaneous cer-
emonies at its plants in Tampa, Aubumdale and Winter
Garden..
Recipients of awards at the West Oiange Jaycees
awards banquet were Robert Holden, Faith in God A\\ ard:
Tom Sewell, Good Goyernment Award; and Bob Free-
man, Distinguished Service Award.
Billie Davis, president, and Dorothy Wurst, treasurer,
of the West Orange Memorial Hospital Auxiliary were
pictured with one of the two wheelchairs donated to the
hospital by the organization.
The Winter Garden Inn sign that has just been erect-
ed signals the opening soon of the new motel. The attractive
sign can be seen from either direction on Higt'vay 50 and
will advertise Winter Garden, as well as the motel and
restaurant.

30 years ago
Patrick Henry (Colleen Parker), George Washington,
. (Brian Craigi and Betsy Ross (Mandy Monroe) are part
Sof a group from Dillard Street Elementary School that is
appearing in a biceniennial show at the Lake Buena Vista
Shopping Village.
Grace Payne had her 90th birthday marked by a sur-
prise celebration at the West Orange Duplicate Bridge
Club. of \which she has been an avid member suice it
started eight sears ago. The club meets at the West Or-
ange Country Club.
Much has been \written about the beauuful new West
SOrange High School. but not much has been said about
the Agricultural Department. Jerry Carris, who taught
A.g at Lake\ iew i-gh School for many years. is the Vo-
cational Ag teacher. "I teach plant science." he said when
asked \ whether he leaned more toward citrus or %egeta-
bles in his classes.

25 years ago
An early and surprise isit of the Easter Bunny at the
Bay Hill Club \ as the highlight of a picnic and egg hunt
planned by Winnie Palmer for the members' cuhldren.
Prizes were awarded to Julie Zwveifel and Doug Hinson
in their age categories.
Francis Cardinal Spellman said, "The three ages of
mal are youth, middle age and 'you're looking won-
derful."'
It was just a scraggly 2.5-mile orange grove. and ev-
eryone knows there's nothing to be done w ith that. Right?
"\Vrong." said Da'e Snyder. director of the \est Or-
ange YMCA. He designed a fitness trail fronting on Mar-
shall Farms Road with 10 "Vita Course" exercise sta-
tions. Itwas financed by theWest Orange Kiwanis Club


15 years ago
Billie Davis took a sip of the first Coke served in
many years from the soda fountain at Davis Phar-
macy in Winter Garden. The soda fountain has re-
turned after 18 years. Photo by Amy Quesinberry.


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15 years ago
Don Rutledge of Windermere, a 15-year college
refereeing veteran, received the Naismith Award
as the nation's college official of the year from the
Atlanta Tipoff Club. He is the athletic director at Va-
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Ultima Salon holds grand opening i
SUltirna Salon recently celebrated its grand opening with a West Orange Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cut-
;- ting ceremony. Located at 15501 Stoneybrook Parkway in Winter Garden, the full service beauty salon
Provides quality hair, skin and nail care. It is a Goldwell Color Salon with professional color specialists on
Staff. It also carries a variety of hair and beauty products, as well as fashion accessories. Enjoying the rib-
bon cutting are (I-r): Carol Cross, Pat Gleason and Dorcas Dillard, WOCC ambassadors; Marina tjevalikian
and Dodie Sessa, salon owners; and Ron Garrison (back), Chesta Hembrooke, Linda Osterberg (back), Joan
Bailey and Lori Tyson, all ambassadors.


Froots opens in MetroWest
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently to help celebrate the grand
opening of Froots in MetroWest. Located inside the Cardio Club fitness center at 6449 Raleigh St., Froots
serves smoothies, shakes, salads, wraps, coffee and fresh-squeezed juices, including wheat grass. This
is the third Froots location in existence. Helping cut the ribbon are (1-r): front row, Chamber President Sti-
Sna D'Uva, Chamber ambassador Chesta Hembrooke, Carissa Vacarrino, owner Susan Vacarrino; back
; row, ambassadors Jerry Van Dyke, the Rev. Tom Rutherford, Diane Southwell, Nicole Farquharson, Anette
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Best Fest is
May 11 at
Veranda Park
Veranda Park in MetroW-
est 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 event will feature
outstanding restaurants,
caterers and businesses from
across the West Orange
area. Community attendees
will be treated to samples of
culinary delights while get-
ting acquainted with the ser-
vices and businesses offered
in West Orange.
Food and beverage ex-
hibitors include American
Pie Pizza Co., Anaelle &
Hugo Euro ,Bistro and
Lounge, Big City Catering,
Cookies By Design, Crystal
Springs, El Quijote, Flo's
Taste of Soul Catering,
Froots, Hard Rock Caf6,
House Blend Caf6, Knight-
ly Spirits, Let's .Eat!,
MetroWest, Golf Club,
Oerther Foods, Penguin's
Paradise, P.F. Changs China
Bistro, Sam Snead's Tavern,,
Seasons 52, Soong Thai,
Steak and Ale, Stoneybrook
West Country Club. Vines.
Grille & Wine Bar and The
Vineyard at Cascades of
Isleworth.
Tickets are $26 and are
available by calling the West
Orange Chamber of Com-
merce at 407-656-1304.
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 intersection of South Hi-
a\sassee Road and West-
point Boulevard. across
from the MetroWest Coun-
try Club..


Local Wal-Mart celebrates anniversary
The Wal-Mart Supercenter in MetroWest recently celebrated its grand
reopening and its 5-year anniversary. The retail store, located at the cor-
ner of Kirkman Road and MetroWest Boulevard, completed landscap-
ing and interior renovations, in addition to providing grants to Health Cen-
tral Foundation, Seniors First and 11 area elementary, middle and high
schools. Gathered outside the Wal-Mart are (I-r): Chamber ambas-
sador Lenny Stark, store co-manager Luis Burgos, ambassador Ches-
ta Hembrooke, ambassador Dianne Southwell, store manager Bruce
Abbot, co-manager Blake Parker and ambassadors Dorcas Dillard,
Joan Bailey, the Rev. Tom Rutherford and Annette Luck.

Local real estate professionals earn tech certification
Prudential Florida WCI Realty an- fessionals with the technological busi-
nounced last week that Mary Abrams ness skills necessary to meetthe chang-
and Patti Kincaid have received the Pru- ing needs of today's online consumers.
dential Real Estate Affiliates' distin- "Being an eCertified sales professional
guished eCertified designation. means that I have the know-how and
The Prudential Real Estate Network technical confidence to service my clients
awards the designation to sales profes- online or through e-mail 24/7," Abrams
signals who meet the extensive criteria said. "This is an important step in how we
and complete the eCertified program deliver service to our clients. It helps me
training. The training and certification be more efficient and work with real-
process is designed to prepare sales pro- time information and marketingneeds."

Local Signature GMAC branch expands with 16 new associates
One of Central Florida's largest lo- Carolyn Fitzgerald, Cynthia Sweeney,
cally owned ard operated real estate Doreen Dorman, Philippe Garand,
companies just got a little bigger. Sig- Meenu Gill, Esilda Ross and the moth-
nature GMAC Real Estate, which has er-son team of Ellie and Jeff Mus-
10 offices and nearly 250 sales part- grave.
ners serving.a five-county Central The Windermere Horizons sales
Florida market, recently added 39 new branch, located at 13524 Sumnmerpon
sales associates. Village Park\way. added Chazz Hus-
General Manager Lisa Gould said ton. Frank La\ ra, Ke' in McEvoy.
that 16 of those new agents are w'ork- Younes Elkhander. Alejandro Gon-
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Kiwanians hear about growth
Shelly Weidenhamer, economic development director for the city of
Winter Garden, recently spoke to the West Orange Kiwanis Club about
growth and business planning. She is from upstate New York and
moved around with her military family, eventually coming to Central
Florida from Virginia. She recognizes the need for urban centers to
have a strategic plan and to be aware of the need for business-assis-
tance programs. Weidenhamer pledged to work with service groups in
the area as much as possible, and she also agreed to join the Kiwanis
Club.


Classes at Winter Garden Rec


STheWinter Garden Retcreation De-
parhOant t offers acn 'itresJor children
and adults. For more information, call
the rec office at 407-656-4155. Pre-
registraion is required for most
events.
SPilates Learn techniques in
.:stretching and healthy exercise to in-
crease flexibility cardiovascular
strength and spine alignment. Each
class is 57 and takes place Thursdays
from 6:30-7:30 p m. at Little Hall. 31
WV Garden A\e.
Tennis lessons Beginner and in-
termediate 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 8-14) 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.


Rec offers Active 50 programs


The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment has programs for its Active
50 and Over Group. For more infor-
marion on these programs. call the
rec office at 407-656-4155 All take'
place at the Old Fire Station Recreation
Center. 127 S. Boyd St.. Winter Gar-
den Sign up in person at the rec of-
fice. 1 Surpnse Drive.
Medicare Part D seminar H u-
mana Inc. representative Randy Pet-
tit \sas set to speak this Wednesday.,
April 19. from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. on Medicare Part D. Free per-
sonal consultations are also a\ ailable.
A light lunch will be served.
AARP Driver Safety Program -
This t o-day course is this Thursday
and Friday. April 20-21. from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. The cost is $10 and is open
to anyone of any age
Spring Fling dance Friday's
Knights and the Southern gospel quar-


tet Sonday 4 will perform at a Spring
Fling dance April 29. The event is 7-
10 p.m, at Tanner Hall, and cost is
$7. Dress is Sunday best/semi-for-
mal. Light refreshments will be
served.
Armchair Traveler,- Travelers
meet from 10 a.m. to noon on the third
FridaN of each month. The cost is $2.
and light refreshments are served.
Breakfast Event Club Join the
club for a steady diet of friendship
and healthy eating and discuss cur-
rent events and topics of the day. It
meets on the third Tuesday of each
month from 9-11 a.m. Cost is $2 and
includes bagels. muffins, fruit, orange
juice, coffee and tea.
Page Turners Literary Book
Club The group meets monthly%
on the second Monday from 2-5 p.m.
There is no charge, and light refresh-
ments are served.


Rec dance for middle-schoolers at Tanner Hall


The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is hosting a middle school
dance Fnday. April 28. at Tanner Hall
from 7-11 p m. It is open to all sixth.
seventh- and eighth-graders and \ ill
include a live disc jockey. the latest
hit songs, snacks available for pur-


chase, games and prizes.
School ID and dress code are re-
quired. The cost is $5. and tickets can
be purchased at the door. For more
information, go to \www.wintergar-
den-fl.gov or call the rec office at 407-
656-4155.


CITY OF WINTER GARDEN VOLUNTEER BOARD MEMBER NEEDED
The Cormmunirl Redevelopment Ad\ isory Board has a vacian et through June 2008 This
board meets regular the second Tuesday of each month at 4'30 p m. at City Hall Board
Appointment Lntereis forms are available on the Cir)'s eb page ait n w.cwgdn.com. at
Cil Hall. 251 West Plant Sreet. Winter Garden. Flonda: by mail or fa.\ by coniacung the
Cirt Clerk's office at 407-656-4111 Ext. 2297.


AARP to meet
Local seniors are invited to attend the
next meeting of AARP Chapter 3697
on May 1 at 1 p.m. in the Hyde Park
Clubhouse on West Colonial Drive in
Winter Garden.
At the April meeting, President Es-
ther Braswell spoke on abuse, the
many different kinds of abuse and
signs to watch for.
May 11 is National AARP Day, and
several members of the local chapter
volunteered to go to a nursing home in
Winter Garden and show a movie and
serve refreshments.
Next month Chapter 3697 will mark
its 22nd year, and the board of offi-
cers are planning a celebration.
Lunch will be catered for the' meet-
ing, and George Hansen is expected to
entertain.
Members are reminded to bring
postage stamps, eyeglasses, hearing
aids and aluminum pop tabs. The
Christian Service Center also needs
baby wipes and diapers, toilet paper,
paper towels, sunscreen, Capri Punch,
Kool-Aid, soup, copy paper and col-
ored markers.
For more information, call Esther
Braswell at 407-905-0802.

Health screening
,next week at Kmart
CholestCheck Corp. will hold a
cholesterol screening April 24-25 at
the Kmart in Winter Garden. The
health screening will be offered from
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the low-'cost
tests include cholesterol, diabetes, liv-
er function, H. Pylori, thyroid, PSA
and blood type.
Participants will get their results on-
. site.
Kmart is at 13105 W. Colonial
Drive. For more information, call 407-
656-2604.


Weight-loss class
at Herb Shoppe
Downtown Herb Shoppe and Day
Spa will. offer a weight-loss class.
Christine Allen, weight-loss special-
ist, will teach participants how to gain
Control of their weight and reach their
goals. The class is April 29 at 10 a.m.
There is no charge for this class;
pre-registration is required. Call 407-
656-9119 or go to the shop at 33 S.
Main St., Winter Garden

Lakeview High
Class of 1956
SThe Lakeview High School Class
of 1956 is holding its 50-year reunion
this Saturday, April 22. For more in-
formation, call Janice Charles at 407-
656-1724 or Joyce Oliver at 407-295-
'5094.

Dr. Phillips High
Class of 1996
The Dr. Philhps High School Class
of 1996 is planning its 10-year reunion
for May 13. It % ill take place from 7
p.m. to midnight at the Hilton Walt
Disne\ World in Lake Buena Vista.
The cost is $86 per person and in-
cludes dinner, a disc jockey an open
bar from 7-8 p.m. and more. The cost
increases to $91 on April 21.
To purchase tickets or register for the
reunion, go to reunionmakers.com or
call 800-977-6201.

West Orange High
Class of 1996
The West Orange High School
Class of 1996 is holding its 10-year
reunion Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Or-
ange County National Golf and,
Lodge. For more information, call Jill
Fremont at 352-243-4619 or e-mail
fremontj @earthhnk.net.


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City staff combines creativity and safety
The city of inter Garden Safety Committee sponsored a safety slogan awards lunch for city employees
last Thursday. Mayor Jack Quesinberry (far left) gave out awards to employees who submitted winning
safety slogans. The winner, 'Be Alert! Don't Get Hurt' was submitted by police Officer Scott Allen (center).
The 1st runner-up was James Capeletti from the police department, and the 2nd runner-up was Amy Per-
domo (2nd from right) of the Utilities Department. Also pictured are Ruth Rambissoon, who accepted for
Officer Capeletti, and Commissioner Theo Graham.


Taylor is confident that Kiwanis builds character


Mark Taylor has visited 159 Kiwa-
nis clubs ini one year. There are ap-
proximately 300 clubs in the state of
Florida. He's not the Kiwanis gover-
nor or even lieutenant governor for
the state. And some think he's crazy
getting up early to drive two hours to
visit a club.,
"I say I'm passionate," he said. "I'm
crazy for Kiwanis. You don't know
the impact you make on young people,
but I do. I was one of them."
Taylor was 15 when he was first in-
troduced t6 Kiwanis Key Club. This
taught him the importance of judging

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New Orleans comes
to downtown
Saturday night
Dixieland jazz returns to downtown
,Winter Garden this Saturday, April
22, with the Good Times Jazz Band,
sponsored by Downtown Brown's,
the Winter Garden Pizza Company
and Hillcrest Insurance Co.
Downbeat is at 7 p.m. at the foun-
tain and will continue until 9, with a
break to play a few tunes inside each
of the t\ o restaurants.

Rummage sale at
Grace Worship Center
Grace Worship Center is holding
an indoor/outdoor rummage sale this
Thursday and Friday. April 20-21.
from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Among the items
for sale are a stackable \washer and
dryer. range. clothes and two living
room suites.
The church is at 1132 E. Plant St..
Winter Garden.

W.G. e-mail newsletter
To receive a free monthly infor-
mational e-ne wsletter from the W\in-
ter Garden Recreation Depairment,
residents can register their e-mail ad-
dresses at the city's Web site at
www.cwgdn.com. Call the rec office
at 407-656-4155 for more informa-
tion.


a person's character.
"You.look someone inthe eye when
you shake their hand. This says a lot
about a person if they don't look you
in the eye," he said.
It was then that he was introduced
to service. Doing things for others in
the community, he learned to work
with people from different lifestyles
and those with physical handicaps.
"I also learned not to prejudge peo-
ple," said Taylor.
He lives in Brooksville with his
family and proudly wears his Kiwanis
hat, pin or shirt whenever he is out in


the community, building awareness
for a civic organization that changed
his life.
"It's about setting standards for
yourself and having a take-charge at-
titude."
Taylor has been a member of Ki-
wanis for more than 15 years and was
also director of Little League for five
years.
The West Orange Kiwanis Club
meets Wednesdays at 7:30 a.m. at the
Winter Garden IHOP. For more in-
formation, go to www.westorangeki-
wanis.org or call 321-438-0838.


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What's cooking' in Winter Garden
Some recipes are old favorites shared for generations; others are new
and original. And they are all bound together in the 2006 Winter Gar-
den Heritage Foundation Cookbook. Volunteer Eileen Petersen was
instrumental in producing the book of recipes. According to the inside
cover, 'All you need add is love and a kitchen.' Recipes are catego-
rized and include the donor's name. The cookbook also has color ren-
ditions of local artist Craig Brown's digitalized-photographs taken around
the city. The books are available at the Winter Garden History Center
and are $10 (members pay $9). For more information, call the center
at 407-656-3244.


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It's a boy!
Patrick and Rose Ann Sirois of
Winter Garden are the parents of a
baby boy, Nikolas Alexandre, who
was born Feb. 15 at Health Central in
Ocoee. The new arrival weighed 7
pounds, 10.5 ounces and measured 19
inches in length at birth. The Siroises
have one daughter, Elisabeth, who is
2 1/2 years old.
Grandparents are Lise and Serge
Sirois of Quebec, Canada, and Lou
and Marge Palaigos of Ocoee.


Models of the locomotives that po
ange Blossom Special and Silver I
model railroad in Winter Garden. TI

Model trains on d
A giant model railroad layout is
opening at the Central Florida Rail-
road Museum in Winter Garden.
Created by the Orlando Society of
Model Railroaders, the setting for
the exhibit is 1950s Florida, and it
features citrus groves, packing hous-
es and phosphate mines. This was
an era of domination by three large
railroads in Florida, and passenger
and freight trains of two of these -
the Atlantic Coast Line and
Seaboard Air Line will be run-
ning on the layout.
This special exhibit is hosted by
the Central Florida chapter of the

Winter Garden
library programs
For information on programs of-
fered at the S.C. Battaglia Memori-
al Winter Garden Library, call 407-
656-4582. The new library is at 805
E. Plant St. in Winter Garden.
The artwork of West Orange High
School sophomore Morgan Rees will
be on display throughout April.
May 25, from 3-4 p.m., children
approximately 6-12 years of age are
invited to a Reading with Radio Dis-
ney program. This 45-minute story-
telling program includes a Radio Dis-
ney personality \ ho will read a sio-
ry, play trivia games and hand out
goody bags
'June 10. at 2 p:m.; Child Rescue
Network will present a safety semi-
nar for parents. It teaches common
lures and methods predators uutize to
\ ictimize children and provides ac-
tion plans to educate children on how
to recognize and react to potentially
dangerous situations.
The library\ offers more than 90
computer classes per month, rang-
ing from computer basics to advance
classes, such as Word. Excel and
PowerPoint
Spanish computer classes are now\
offered at the library
Wednesday program for children:
Tiny Tales is presented at 10:15 a.m.
to infants from birth to 18 months.
Toddler Time is at 10:45 a.m. for
children 18-36 months. Storybook
Fun for those ages 3-5 is at 11:15
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wered the Seaboard Railroad's Or-
Meteor will run on the Florida-themed
hey are painted in the citrus scheme.

display at museum
National Railway Historical Soci-
ety in cooperation with the Winter
Garden Heritage Foundation.
Admission to the Railroad Muse-
um is free. There is a 50-cent ad-
mission price for individuals or $1 for
Families to view the operating rail-
road. This is to help defray the cost
of leasing the layout.
This attraction will remain at the
museum through May 31. Schools
and groups are being urged to make
reservations for visits.
The Railroad Museum is located
at 101 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden,
and is open daily from 1-5 p.m.

Seminar focusing
on women's health
Dr. Jennifer Bourst of Unity Fam-
ily Chiropractic Center will hold a free
seminar this Saturday, April 22, on
women's health titled "Balancing
Your Hormones Naturally...A Wom-
an's Guide to Hormone-Related
Health Concerns." The program is
from 10-11 a.m. at the Downtown
Herb Shoppe & Day Spa, 33 S. Main
St., Winter Garden.
The seminar will address issues
such as fatigue, irritability, hot flash-
es, night sweats and weight loss.
For more information or to reserve
a seat, call 407-654-4506.

SLow-income seniors
can get assistance
with their utility bill
The city of Winter Garden is offer-
ing utility bill assistance to qu;lifs-
ing low-income seniors The Senior
Citizens' Utilit, Assistance Program
application and rene al process runs
through Nlay 1.
Residents can obtain an application
from Cint Hall. 251W. Plant St. Af-
ter qualifying, residents' city utility
bill ill be reduced up to $35 each
month beginning in Ma\.
For details, call -107-656-4111, Ext.
2297.


NIKOLAS ALEXANDRE SIROIS

At Winter Garden's
swimming pools
The city of Winter Garden offers a va-
riety of aquatic programs for the spring
and summer. There are swim lessons,
public swim, water aerobics and pool
birthday parties available this summer. For
more information on any of these pro-
grams, call the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department at 407-656-4155.
Famsworth Pool is at Garden Avenue
and Surprise Drive. Bouler Pool is on
Klondike Street.
Famsworth opens for weekend swim-
ming Saturday, May 5. Daily swimming
from 1-6 p.m. begins at both Famsworth
and Bouler on May 24. The cost is $2
for ages 11 and up and $1 for children
ages 2-10. Children younger than 2 are
free.
Adult lap swim is Tuesday through
Saturday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
at Famsworth Pool.
Swim lessons cost $35 and generally
consist of eight 40-minute lessons at
Famsworth Pool. The first session is May
30, and registration is taking place now.
Group classes are available for all
swim levels. Private lessons are $15 for
each half hour. Times are based on the
instructor and pool availability.
Birthday parties can be planned at
Farns\orth Pool. Packages are available
for $75. Scheduling is required at least one
week prior to the intended party date.
An experienced water aerobics in-
structor teaches exercises on Tuesda\s and
Thursday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. and Sat-
urdays.from 9-10 a.m. Classes cost $7
each plus a first-time joiners fee of $5.
Multiple-class discount cards are avail-
able. Signups are taken prior to class start
time.


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Blood drive at
Alpha Army Navy
Alpha Army Navy World will host
its monthly blood drive with Flori-
da's Blood Centers this Saturday,
April 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
13032 W. Colonial Drive, Winter
Garden.
For more information, call George
Skiba at 407-877-9530. Those who
donate will receive a $10 Darden
Restaurants gift card. Club Red con-
tinues also.

Summer camp
registration for rec
Children ages 5-13 (must have
completed kindergarten) are eligible
to attend the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department's summer day camp
program. Camp is held from 7:30 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday dur-
ing the summer. Cost is $60 per week
for the first child, $45 for the second
and $30 for each additional.
Registration continues at the rec
office, 1 Surprise Drive, during reg-
ular business hours. Space is limit-
ed, and the summer camp is only open
to Winter Garden residents.
A two-week deposit and proof of
residency are required when regis-
tering.
Call the rec at 407-656-4155 for
more details.

Faith Family church
starting series on
'Purpose Driven Life'
Faith Family Community Church
will 'begin the series "The Purpose
Driven Life" April 30. It will run
through June 11 on Sundays from
9:45-1:30 a.m.
The church is on the comer of Beu-
lah and Warrior roads.
Call the church office at 407-877-
7735 to sign up for this series.

Extreme Teen
Sports Camp
Want to work outthis 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 in-
clude tennis, soccer, golf, basketball,
water polo, football and volleyball.
This is open to Winter Garden resi-
dents ages 12-15, and the cost is $100
per week.
* For more information, call the rec
office at 407-656-4155.


Sara Van Arsdel, executive director of the Orange County Regional
History Center, spoke to the Winter Garden Rotary Club recently. With
her are Rodney Jolley, Rotary president, and Dr. Neil Macali, who spon-
sored her.

Rotary gets update on history center


Sara Van Arsdel updated the Winter
Garden Rotary Club recently on the Or-
ange County Regional History, where
she has worked for 20 years. She is ex-
ecutive director of the facility, which
will celebrate its sixth anniversary at its
current location in the old downtown
Orlando courthouse in September.
Upcoming exhibits include "Ameri-
ca Divided," about the Civil War and
which will include replicas of Scarlett
O'Hara's dresses from Gone With The
Wind and stories of Floridian Blockade
Runners; and "Heroes of the Sky" from
1906-1939, which will include Central
Florida resident Joe Kittinger (record
holder for the highest parachute jump)
and his hot-air balloon adventures all


over the world.
The history center has interactive dis-
plays, and guests can research old homes
and blueprints and look at old educa-
tion books.
Van Arsdel said she feels the center
not only preserves our heritage but also
creates civic pride because it stores and
nurtures history. Part of her job is to
visit other museums and bring back per-
tinent historical articles.
Members receive a museum publi-
cation and are welcome to send in their
memories, personal stories and poems
about the Central Florida area, along
with pictures, to her at sara.vans-
del@ocfl.net. She can be reached at
407-836-8581.


Rotary hears church's plans for mission trip
Pastor David Netzorg of Avalon Presbyterian Church shared informa-
tion with the Winter Garden Rotary Club about the church's upcoming
mission trip to a deaf village in Jamaica in June. About 50 students
have learned sign language to communicate with the villagers. They will
help rebuild the village that sustained severe hurricane damage. To
help the group with fund-raising for the trip, call Pastor Netzorg at 407-
257-0099. With Netzorg (left) is Rob Fitzpatrick (center) and Rotary
President Rodney Jolley..For more information on Rotary and how to
serve the community, call Rodney Jolley at rjolley@fcbflorida.com or
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Ocoee


- Massage therapy at the West Oaks Mall
The students from Westside Tech's lowing the students to practice their The chair massages are free, and
massage therapy program have skills on members of the community," no appointment is necessary. Indi-


teamed up with Health Central's
Community Center at the West Oaks
Mall in Ocoee to provide a special
community service for the public.
For the last few months, the stu-
dents in the massage therapy program
have been participating in a Partners
in Education program that brings free
chair massages to mall shoppers.
"Our goal is to educate people
about the benefits of massage while al-


said Lorena Haynes, who chairs the
massage therapy program at West-
side Tech.
These types of events allow the stu-
dents to get real-world practice that
helps them advance in their studies.
The next classes at the mall are
scheduled for Wednesday, April 19,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Wednes-
day, May 10, also from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m.


viduals with major health considera-
tions, pregnant woman and minors
without supervision may not receive
treatment.
Westside Tech's massage program
offers day and evening classes at lit-
tle to no cost, depending on financial-
aid qualifications, and there are cur-
rently openings in the evening class.
For more information on how to
join the program, call 407-905-2085.


Students honored
Ocoee Elementary 5th-graders Alexis Turiczek, from left, Ryne Lundman, Mauricio Chaves and Amani
Jones are congratulated by Principal Sheilla Johnson after learning they were picked by the American Le-
gion Post 63 as winners of the Ameridan Legion Awards. The students were chosen for this honor because
They have demonstrated courage, honor, leadership, patriotism, scholarship and service. Ocoee Elemen-
Stary is proud of these outstanding representatives.
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Saturday, April 29, 2006 3-5pm $10.00 Donation
Ocoee Historical Commission Tickets 407-963-9588


Ocoee rec contacts
The following are contact numbers
for Ocoee Parks and Recreation De-
parmient ancti ities
Tenlms: Jack \'nmson. 4107-295-6958.
Karate: Paul Robinson. 407-929- 53S8.
Pop Warner Football: Shem Adkinson.
40765-6 553 or w\\w ocoeebull-
dogs.org.
Pop \Waner cheerleading: Jackie
Tro ell 4-07-8221-9907 or i\nt ocoee-
bulldo0s.org.
Tin. Tots Learnung ages 3-5 : Drix-
ie or Leasa at 407-905-3100. E\t. 5003
West Orange Senior Clazens: Frances
Watts, 407-656-5622.
Line dancing: Glenda Marshall at 4:)7-
294-904S
Jazzercise- Patty Keenei at 407-876-
0925.
Ocoee Youth Soccer League. 407-
263-8751 or w\toi o sl.com.
Ocoee Little League Baseball: \icki
Britton at 407-298-0636 or
w\, ww eteamz.com/ocoeelilde league.
Softball. basketball and football: Mark
Johnson at 407-905-3100. Ext. 5002. For
details. call the Ocoee Parks and Recre-
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Youth leaders visit Ocoee
On April 11. the West Orange Chamber Youth Leadership class spent the day learning about the daily op-
erations and the contributions of three Ocoee businesses and having fun. The group participated in
tours at the Florida Auto Auction, led by Louis Fazio Jr.. the West Oaks Mall, led by Kay Behrens, and
Health Central, led by Mark Cobia. The area high school students participating were, l-r, in front, Jorge
Garcia-Rosell, Kenson Bertrand. Dara Bourdreau, Maria Pineda, and, middle, Jacob Bradbury, Shekeria
Stewart, Hilda Jacobo, Shawn Paul Hornilla, Candeleria Sandoval, Chadwick Leonard, and, in back, Rick
Manning, Marcus Jolly, Gabriel Mottos. Jeremy Avila. Rochelle Williams and Greg Bridge.


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Golf tourney in Ocoee a big success
Shown at the start of the recent Crawford Tire Relay for Life Team Golf Tournament to benefit the Ameri-
can Cancer Association are, I-r, Terry Best, tournament coordinators Melissa Albrecht and Toby Best and
Junior Wise. The event was a big success, raising nearly $8,000. The team thanks Melissa and Toby for
all their work in organization this tournament.



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The spring cycle for the citr of Ocoee's
Community Merit Awards Program
opened April I. These awards are finan-
cial grants made to non-profit organiza-
tons % hose members include Ocoee res-
idents and business people The grants
are made to acknowledge exceUence and
to further the benefits these local orga-
nizations bring to the Ocoee communi-
ty.
Applications for the Community Mer-
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deadline foi the spnng c.cle is April 29.


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A special tribute to the graduating seniors from Ocoee Hign,
West Orange High, Olympia High, Dr. Phillips High, Wesiside
Tech, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Central Florida Prep.
Central Florida Christian Academy, West Oaks Academy,
Montverde Academy, First Academy, Foundation Academy
and Crenshaw School.
This special section will be published May 18th, 2006
and includes class photos, lists of graduates and greeting ads.
Friends & families can reserve space for their greeting ads now.
Please submit your ad no later than MAY 10", 2006


Ads can be dropped by our office
720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden.
or e-mailed to. wotimes@aol.com.
For more Info please call
407-656-2121


mrty Relations Division. An application
can also be requested by mail by calhng
407-905-3100
For the first grant cycle, a total of
$5,000 is avadable The maximum grant
a\ ard is $500. The next grant cycle will
open No\. 1. Organizations may appls for
grants during both funding cycles each
year; however. only one application per
organization per cycle will be accepted.
For more information on the Ocoee
Conununity MNent Awards Program, call
Joy P. Wnght at 407-905-3100

Children's events set at
West Oaks Library
The West Oaks Library, located at
1821 E. Silver Star Road in Ocoee, is
offering special programs for children.
The programs are free, and schedul-
ing is not necessary.
'Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is especially for infants birth
to 18 months and lasts approximately
15 minutes. It will be held each Mon-
day at 10:15 a.m.
Toddler Time, especially for chil-
dren aged 18-36 months, will-be held
each Monday at 10:45 a.m. The pro-
gram lasts approximately 20 minutes.
Storybook Fun for Your Little
One: This read-aloud program. held
each Monday at 11:15 a.m., is recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 years.
The West Oaks Library is open
Monday through Thursdays from 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Fridays and Sat-
urdays -from 10 a m. to 5p.m. The Ii- *
brary is also open Sundays from 1-6
p.m. For more information, call 407-
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Thursday, April 20, 2006 The West Orange Times 9A


American Legion
meets at Vignetti
Recreation Center
The Ocoee American Legion Post
109 is now located at the Vignetti
SRecreation Center at 1906 Adair St.
in Ocoee while the post is undergo-
Sing construction. The VignettiRec
SCenter will continue as the meeting
place until the end of the year. The
meetings are held on the second Fri-
day of each month at 7 p.m.
Anyone who has a son, daughter,
.: mother, father, brother or sister, hus-
band or wife serving in the military
qualifies for a Blue Star Banner. Those
Whose zip code is 34761 can call Post
S109 to receive a banner. For more in-
formation, call Adjutant Ed Bowers
at 407-877-6057.

SOcoee Lions Annual
Golf Tournament set
The Ocoee Lions Annual Golf
Tournament will be held Saturday,
May 6, at the Forest Lake Golf Club
in Ocoee. Registration will be held at
7:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 8:30
a.m.
The $75 entry fee per person in-
cludes the greens fee, cart and dinner.
The entry fee per foursome is $250.
Hole sponsorship is $150.
Beverages will be available on the
course, and the dinner and awards cer-
emony will be held after the golfing is
over.
All proceeds from the tourney will.
benefit the Ocoee Lions Foundation
programs. Contributions are tax-de-
ductible.
For more information, call David
Wheeler at 407-905-3100, Ext. 9-
1504, JimSills at 407-656-3700 or
Tom Hendrix at 407-758-4056.

Autistic and Related
Disabilities Program
A free Autistic and Related Dis-
abilities Program is offered for all ages
" and disabilities from 6-7 p.m. each
Tuesday night at Jim Beech Recre-
: ation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road
: in Ocoee.
, For more information, contact
-: JoAnne by pager at 407-740-3500 or
i 407-654-1982.

Celebrate the library
.. with Radio Disney
Representatives from Radio Disney
AM 990 will visit the West Oaks Li-
brary in Ocoee on Saturday. April 29,
S from 1: a.m. to 1 p.m. to celebrate
Public libraries.
There \ill be games, music and
Sgiveaavs and Radio Disney'.Al 990
S personality "Special K" at this event.

Tours each weekend
at Ocoee museum
The Withers-Maguire House Mu-
seum. located in the Ocoee Munici-
pal Complex on Bluford Avenue. is
open each Saturday and Sunday from
S2-4 p.m. Tours are $3 for adults and $1
for children.
S Special group tours with special
, rates can be arranged by calling Eliz-
r abeth Maguire at 407-656-205 1.

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
kno% ledge with kids.
The league would also like to hear
from anyone interested in being a part
p of its general board for the 2006 sea-
son.
S For more information, call Sheri
Adkinson at 407-702-4222 for foot-
ball or Lisa Schifftner at 407-654-
,7514 for cheerleading or visit the
;, league's Web site at vwww.ocoeebull-
I dogs.org.


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

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 aim is to help businesses grow.
For more information, log on to
www.businesslinksfl.com.

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

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

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

Christian Service
Center Thrift Shop
The West Orange Chiistian Serm ice
Center Thrift Shop, 300 W. Franklin
St. in Ocoee; is now open on Satur-
day mornings between 9 a.m. and
noon forlocal shoppers.
Donatons to the thrift shop are only
accepted on Tuesday s and Thursdays
between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
For more information, call 407-656-
6678.

Flowers graduates
from advanced
Army training
Army Pvt. Matthew E. Flowers has'
graduated from the Light-wheeled Ve-
hicle Mechanic Advanced Individual
Training course at Fort Jackson,
Columbia. S.C. .
The course is designed to train sol-
diers to perform maintenance, trou-
bleshoot and repair wheeled vehicles
and related mechanical components.
w which include internal combustion en-
gines and power trains, spark- and
compression-ignition engines. wheel-
hub assemblies, hydraulic-power
brakes, suspension and steering sys-
tems. The soldiers also learned to op-
erate a wheeled vehicle crane, hoist
and winch assembly.
A 1999 graduate of West Orange
High School. Flowers is the son of
Berhann'Herring of Sabrina Drive in
Ocoee.

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


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Dr. Patricia Wheeler, at right, with Woman's Club of Ocoee President
Myra Kinnie, spoke at the group's March business meeting and presented
details about the need for an independent children's hospital that spe-
cializes in a number of services she said are not covered by other fa-
cilities in the area. She announced that the Nemours children's hospi-
tal would align with other projects to help establish Orlando as a world-
class healthcare destination.


Ocoee Bulldog cheerleaders Hannah Barr, left, and Tara Bartlett were
honored at the Southeast Region Scholar-Athlete Banquet. Not pic-.
tured: Jalen Phillips and Austin Claiborne.
Ocoee Bulldog players, cheerleaders recognized
The Mid-Florida Pop Warner Hannah Barr and Tara Bartlett.
League held its First-Team Southeast Pop Warner selects only 35 foot-
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Square dancing-with the Garden
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The Ocoee High School Advisory
Council will meet Monday, May 1, at
7 p.m. in the media center. On the
agenda is a discussion of expenditure
of funds.

West Orange Seniors to
hold annual picnic
The West Orange Seniors annual
spring picnic will be held Thursday,
April 20, at noon behind the Ocoee
Community Center.
Members are asked to bring side
dishes for four people; No desserts are
needed because two cakes have been
ordered. The main dishes will be fur-
nished.
On Saturday. April 22, the group
will tour the Mary, Queen of the Uni-
verse Shnne. The cost is $5, and the
bus will leave the Community Cen-
ter at 8 a.m.
Last Thursday. 10 West Orange'Se-
niors enjoyed lunch at Logan's on
West Colonial Drive and celebrated
Rose Straley's birthday. These crafters
then met in the Community Center to
work on holiday crafts for residents
of Health Central Park and the Qual-
itr Nursing Home..
Prayers are being offered for Kay
Jaeger, who is ill.
AARP Chapter 2518 will celebrate
it's more than 30 years of existence
on June 1 at 1 p.m. It is one of the old-
est chapters in the Orlando area.
The West Orange Seniors have
changed their good-bye party for bus
driver James Moble\. \\ho is retiring,
to Thursday, May 18, at noon at the
Ocoee Community Center. .

Line dancing in Ocoee
Line dance classes are held each
Wednesday and Frida) morning from
9-10:30. Evening classes are held e\er)
Thursday except on the second Thurs-
day. Classes on Thursday are as fol-
lo\ s: beginners from 6-7:30 p.m and
intermediate to advanced classes from
7:30-9 p.m. Donations are accepted.
This is a fun wa\ to exercise and
\work out at the same time. Please wear
leather sole shoes or something com-
fortable.
These lessons are held in the Ocoee
Community Center behind the old fire
station and the Withers-Maguire House
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An old-fashioned tea party
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29, under the shade of an an-
cient camphor tree on the
grounds of the. Withers-
Maguire House Museum in
Ocoee from 3-5 p.m. The
event, sponsored by the Ocoee
Historical Commission, will
feature fun and festivities, in-
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Elizabeth Parsons dancers and
entertainment from the Or-
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The house is located on the
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Alzhiemer support
group at Summerville
Summerville at Ocoee, an assisted-
living and memory-care residence,
conducts a monthly family support
group on the fourth Thursday of the
month at 6 p.m.
The group's goal is to provide help
to those who are faced with the strug-
gles and demands of caring for a per-
son with Alzheimer's disease or oth-
er memory-care issues. The support
group is sponsored by the Alzheimer
Resource Center.
Summerville at Ocoee is located at
80 N. Clarke Roadin Ocoee. For more
information or to RS\ P for the next
meeting, call 407-843-1910.

Summerville seeks
volunteers
Summerville at Ocoee, an assisted-
living and memory-care residence, is
seeking volunteers to assist with
events, outings, bingo, crafts, games
and other acti\ cities, as \\ ell as provide
musical entertainment.
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Phillips and Kwanza Bryant at 407-
299-2710.

Teen dances for
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the first and third Friday of every
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Local residents attend Autism Conference
Bob Wright, CEO of NBC television and Universal Studios and co-founder of Autism Speaks, met with
some Central Florida families during the inaugural Autism Speaks Conference in Washington, D.C. Wright
spoke about the need for more research on autism. Orlando's 1" Walk for Autism.Research is set for Sat-
urday, April 29, at Blue Jacket Park near Baldwin Park. Pictured (I-r) are Mary Beth LaFrance of Winder-
mere, sponsorship chairfor the walk; Helyn Moore, Tampa co-chair; Wright; and Colleen Inches of Windermere,
walk co-chair.


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Jacobs joins U.S. Army on
Delayed Entry Program
0\\en F. Jacobs has joined the Urut-
ed States Am) under the Delayed En-
try Program, which gives young men
and women the opportunity to delay
entering acti\ e dut for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the new sol-
dier the option to learn a new skill, trav-
el and become eligible to receive as
much as $50,000 toward a college ed-
ucation. After completion of basic mil-
Itary training, soldiers receive advanced
individual training in their career job
specialty prior to being assigned to their
first permanent duty station.
The recruit qualifies for an $18,000
enlistment bonus.
Jacobs has reported to Fort Benning,
Columbus, Ga., for active duty. He is
the son of John and Carol Lazenby of
Camden Park Drive in Windermere.


Sensei Michael Campos, right, led a weapons defense seminar at the
Traditional Martial Arts Center in Gotha recently.

Seminar on self-defense held in Gotha


A weapons defense seminar \was
held April 8 at the Traditional Mar-
tial Arts Center in Gotha. Sensei
Michael Campos. 9th Dan degree)
and founder of Zen-Do Kai Interna-
tional was the host.
Sense Campos created a street
defense program. entitled "Three-
Second Self-Defense." involving
hands, guns, knives and clubs. He


has presented these drills in many
states, as well as Canada. Peru and
Greece
Karate students of various rants
and ages and others attended this
seminar. Master Susan Jackson. op-
erator of the Traditional martial Arts
Center and a Fifth Degree blackbelt
in Zen-Do Kai. was able to arrange
this sought-after opportunity.


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Movie night April 20 at
Windermere Library
The Windermere Library will spon-
sor a family movie night on Thurs-
day, April 20. at 6 p.m. The commu-
nity is invited to attend and watch
t'hlere the Wild Things Are. Partici-
pants will also make their own wild
hand puppets. The library will con-
tinue to host family movie night on
the third Thursday of the month.
For details, call -107-876-7540.


Windermere Union
In conjunction with its yearlong
theme, Homecoming and House-
warming Celebrations, Windermere
Union Church is sponsoring a reunion
and homecoming celebration for all
past and present preschool teachers
and students. The festivities will take
place Sunday, May 7, at both the 9
and 11 a.m. services.
Therewill be a reunion reception
between the services to give every-
one a chance to visit with old friends
and make some new ones. The com-
munity is invited to attend.
The congregation is currently con-
structing a new church and preschool"
on Park Ridge Gotha Road and will
be relocating from its current location
at 436 Oakdale St.
The congregation expects a large'
turnout for the preschool reunion be-
cause the school has a long, history.

Yard sale fund-raiser
for Troop 223
Boy Scout Troop 223 is organiz-
ing a yard sale and baked goods sale
for Saturday, April 29, from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at Windermere Union
Church.
The troop is currently accepting do-
nations for the sale. To donate, call
Donna Williams at 407-876-4302. All
items should be priced beforehand.
Baked goods will be accepted on
Friday, April 8, from 5-7 p.m. and on
Saturday, April 29, before 7:30 a.m.
Organizers recommend wrapping
baked goods in individual portions.
The troop is raising money to in-
'stall a new shed.

Tennis Carnival-
May 6 in Windermere
There \ ill be tennis activities for
all ages at the Windermere tennis
courts on Saturday, May 6, from 9
a.m. to noon.
The Parks and Recreation Com-
mittee is sponsoring the Bobby Cur-
tis program. Tennis on the NMove pre-
sented by the Andy Roddick Founda-
tion, and the community is invited to
participate. Parents can reserve a space
Sfor themselves and their children to
participate in the carnival fun and
games and be eligible for prizes. Raf-
fle prizes include racquets, cans of
tennis balls, backpacks and more. Vol-
unteers are needed to help with the
event, and they each will receive a
free T-shirt and community ser ice
hours.
A Beat the Pro contest is set for
11:30 a m.
For more information or to RSVP.
call Lynne Erickson at 407-876-4271
or e-mail gatormomlynne@-
yahoo.com or Marn Hayes at 407-876-
2529 or e-mail her at
mmhases7@aol.com.


Great Wine Shootout will
benefit Bob Allen Family
Foundation
The community is invited to en-
joy an afternoon of wine tasting pre-
sented by Tim Varan, owner of Tim's
Wine Market, to benefit the Bob
Alien Family Foundation. The wines
will be paired with food selections
to complement every palette, and
Varan and his staff will be on hand
to talk about the wines and their his-
tories.
The part i\ ill takeplace at the
home of Rolie Allen. 611 W. Second
Ave. in Windermere, on Sunday,
April 30, from 3-6 p.m. There will
be complimentary .valet parking.
Tickets are $125 each, and all guests
must be 21 or older. The reservation
deadline is April 10, Foi more in-
formation, call C. T. Alien at 407-
,876-1678 'or e-mail to
TBAFFl@aol.com. The dress is
spring casual.
Wine will be available for purchase
by the bottle or by the case at dis-
counted prices. All proceeds will ben-
efit Bob Alien Famil\ Foundation.


Church is hosting a
The Windermere Union Preschool
was founded in 1958 because there
was a community need. It started with
a five-day program for 5-year-olds,
which was then called a kindergarten.
The Young Matron's Class sponsored
the class, and in 1959, the church
board allowed the kindergarten to use
the Sunday school rooms. At the time
there was no public kindergarten in
Windermere and the class started with
14 children.
In 1961, 4- and 5-year-olds were
enrolled, and by '1966, it came under
the control of the official Windermere
Union Church Board. Public kinder-
garten was begun in 1970 and short-
ly thereafter the church preschool
started to take more 4-year-olds and
even some 3-year-olds.
Some current members of the con-
gregation, who were involved in the


CHAS CROFOOT


Crofoot joins
HomeBanc Mortgage
Chas Crofoot, a lifelong resident
of Windermere, has joined the Home-
Banc Mortgage team in the Orlando
area.
Crofoot. a graduate of The First
Academy. went on to earn his Bach-
elor of Science degree from the
School of Business at Auburn Uni-
versity.
A football player for Auburn. hie
participated in the 2004 SEC Cham-
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Needlework group meets
at Windermere Library on
Wednesday
Area residents are invited to join an
informal needlework group that meets
on the first and third Wednesday of
each month fiom 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the Windermere Library. Participants
are encouraged to bring all types of
stitching projects. including cross-
stitch, needlepoint, crewel, quilting
and more. For more information, call
407-877-1011.

Weight Watchers meetings
Windermere Union Church, United
Church of Christ. invites area resi-
dents to participate in weekly Weight
Watchers meetings. Visitors and
members can attend meetings at 8:30'
a.m. on Saturdays for weigh-ins and
then stay for discussion sessions that
last approximately\ 30-45 minutes. Ev-
ery week there is a new topic on nu-
trition, activity, healthy habits and
successes to celebrate. Individuals do
not have to join to attend. For more,
information. call 1-800-651-6000 or go
to weight.watchers.com.


Preschool reunion
early years of the preschool, include
Maureen Lee, Glenna Bardoe, Lyda
Adams and Clarice Seidner, wife of
Roger Seidner, who as the minister at
WUC,from 1968-1988.
Recently, one of the school's vet-
eran teachers Patti Jones retired after
27 years of teaching. Shirle) Moran has
been teaching for 24 years, arid Mary
Click has been with the school for 19
years.
There are currently four classes but
the school \ ill expand to sit; hen it
mo es to the new location this summer.
The school sponsors a number of
fund-raising events for local charities
and it currently serves nearly 100 chil-':
dren, ages 3 and 4, with a waiting list.
It has a continuing reputation for ex-
cellence in the community.
For more'information, call Debbie
Snow at 407-234-6616.

'Nutcracker' auditions
May 6 at Parsons School
of Dance
Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
in Windermere will hold auditions
Saturday, May 6, for the Wi ndernere
Ballet Theatre's 2006 production of
The Nutcracker.
Performances of the ballet are
scheduled Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 10
at 2:30 p.m. in the theater at Oly mpia
High School. Elizabeth Parsons is the
artistic director for the production, and
Henru Hernandez is the choreogra-
pher and co-director.
The school is looking for techni-
cally advanced dancers.
Audition times are as follow s: 9-10
a.m. for students ages 10-14. 10-11
a.m. for dancers 11-20 with pointe e- -
perience, 1:30-2:30 p.n. for dancers
ages 6-9, experienced male dancers
of all ages, 2:45-3:45 p.m. and adult
dancers male and female, 4-5 p.m:;
Call-backs, if necessary, will be at'5-
5:30 p.m.
The dance studio is located at 11'6
West Sixth Avenue in Windermere.
Dancers are required to submit a
photo and are encouraged to arrive'
minutes early in order to fill outthe'
registration form and warm up. If
dancers do not bring a photo, there
willbea $3 charge to have one taken
There is a $10 audition fee. Fee will
becollected incash only.-
For more information. call 407-876-
4604 after 3 p.m. .:-

Rollins Chamber Singers.,
to perform concert 7
at Shrine April 20
The Rollins Chamber Singers un-
der the direction of Dr. John Sinclairb
will perform at Mary, Queen of the .
Universe Shrine on Thursday. April
20. This 60-member ensemble per-
forms a \w ide variety of sacred and
classical pieces, both familiar and less-
er know n, including their specialty -
poetry texts set to music. These singers
have performed extensively on tours
of the East Coast and the South.
The Shrine is located at 8300
Vineland Road, Orlando. near Lake
Buena Vista. Tickets are available at
the Shrine Gift Shop and are $10 for
adults: children under 12 are free. For
directions, call the Music Department.
at 407-239-6600. Ext. 38. or e-mail.
shri nemusic @ nerpass.com.


Parsons alumni
invited to join in
reunion performance
Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
in Windermere is celebrating its 25"'
anniversary this year. The school is'
inviting all of its former students to
participate in the annual program in
June by joining others on stage for.
the finale.
SThe program is scheduled for June'
4 at 2 p.m. at the Bob Carr Perform-i
ing Arts Center in Orlando.
For more information, call the
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Sdire of the members of the Sunshine Singers are shown during a performance earlier this year.

SSunshine Singers looking for new voices
Are you on "Top of the World?" If (soprano, second soprano and alto), sing secular music. The choral director
not, join the Sunshine Singers. and being able to read music is not a pre- is Mary Ellen Boice, and Dorothy
for more than 15 years, the Sunshine requisite. Mayville handles program scheduling.
Singers have been entertaining at nurs- The members practice every Monday This year practices will continue
ing homes, senior residences and ser- at 9:30 a.m. at St. Luke's United through June and then resume in
viceclubs in and around Orlando. Methodist Church, 4951 S. Apopka- September.
'fyyou enjoy singing, you can enjoy Vineland Road, just east of Winder- More singers are needed. Individu-
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Florida artist
on display
The \s ork of award-winning Flori-
da artist Martha Sanders will be on
display at the WindermereLibrary in
NMay. and the community is invited
come and view her abstract and figu-
rative acrylics on canvas.
Music in the library
S .-As part of the celebration of Na-
tional Music Week (May 7-13), Kin-
dermusik returns to the Windermere Li-
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to bring music discovery to children
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West Orange High
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SThe West Orange High School
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reunion Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Or-
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For more information, call Jill Fre-
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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 Library
Thursday at 11:15 a.m.
These free programs are recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 and
younger, lasting about 20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories,
rhymes, songs and poetry. Groups,
families and childcare providers are
welcome to participate.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is presented Thursdays at
10:15 a.m. This program is espe-
cially for infants from birth to 18
months and lasts approximately 20
minutes. The rhythm and repetition
of nursery rhymes are used to in-
troduce very young children to lit-.
erature. The program is free and
scheduling is not necessary.
Toddler Time is scheduled for
Thursday, 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.pic-
ture books, finger plays, songs, po-
etry, Mother Goose rhymes and
flannel board stories will encourage
the development of verbal and lis-
tening skills for physically active
children.
For more information on any of
these programs, call 407-876-7540.


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The Windermere Rotary Club welcomed a speaker from Arnold Palmer
Hospital for Children and Women to its breakfast meeting on April 11.
Pictured (l-r) are Rotary President Craig Lee, speaker Stephanie How-
ell and Richard Irwin, past president of the Rotary. Howell, an execu-
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Oakland


Annual Ladies' Tea planned at Oakland Presbyterian


The-women of Oakland Presby-
terian Church will host the annu-
al Ladies' Tea on Saturday, May 6,
from 2-5 p.m. The theme for this
year's event is "Tea in the Gar-
den," and the tea will include en-
tertainment featuring pianist Ture
Larson and the performance group
Kidy Dance from Apopka.
Tickets for the tea are $10 for
adults, $5 for girls 12 and under.
Proceeds from the event, which
will be held in the church's Chris-
tian Life Center, will be applied to
Presbyterian Women's projects
and the youth retreat in Montreat;
N.C.
For ticket information, call the
church office at 407-656-4452.
The church is at 218 E. Oakland
Ave.


.
Oakland Avenue Charter School students participate in the AHA's Jump Rope For Heart.

Students exceed jump-roping fund-raiser goal


When Oakland Avenue Charter
School's physical education coach,
Mike Brouty, decided to get his stu-
dents excited about the American
Heart Association's Jump Rope For
Heart program, he never anticipat-
ed the overwhelming response.
The program teaches students
how to form heart-healthy habits,
%which include physical activity and

Neighborhood Watch
available in Oakland
The Oakland Police Department
is promoting its Neighborhood.
SWatch crime prevention program
for homes and neighborhoods.
Residents are armed with home
and'personal safety training, which
includes free home security sur-
: veys. newsletters, crime prevention
Literature and other valuable infor-
mation: block captain training: and
special events for all Watch mem-
bers.
To stait a group w ith neighbors.
, call the Oakland Police Department
at 407-656-9797. Ext. 32.

Towinof Oakland
Meeting schedule
The following tow n of Oakland
meetings are regularly held in the
meeting hall on North Tubb Street.
For more information, call Town
Hall at 407-656-1117.
Tow n Commission. second and
Fourth Tuesdays. 7 p.m.
Planning & Zoning Board, third
Tuesday. 6:30 p.m.
School Advisor) Council for
Oakland Avenue Charter School.
First Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Community Redevelopment.
third Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Parks and Recreation Commit-
Stee, fourth Wednesday. 7 p.m.


nutrition. Coach Brouty recognizes
the importance of getting his stu-
dents physically active 16 per-
cent of children and teen-agers in
the United States are considered
overweight, and obesity leads to
heart disease and stroke.
The school set the goal of raising
55.000 through the jump-roping pro-
gram but easily surpassed that


amount, bringing in more than
$9,000 for this life-saving cause.
"The best part of this event to me
was watching the kids' excitement
at participating in a heart-healthy.
activity and knowing they were do-
ing it in honor of someone close to
them who has suffered or is suffer-
ing with heart disease." Coach
Brouty said,


Chamber class takes trip to preserve
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce's Adult Leadership class learned about the environment atits
last class. Members traveled to the Oakland Nature Preserve and took a nature hike guided by Jim Thomas
and Tom Rodriguez. They'then took a field trip to the north shore of Lake Apopka and discovered how the
restoration of the lake is not only good for the environment but can be beneficial to the economic growth of
West Orange County.,Taking the class are, I-r: back, Bill Robinson of GrayRobinson P.A., Gian Basili of the
St. Johns River Water Management District, Clay Paliner of Progress Energy, Lonnie Cahoon with Health
Central, Andrew Nothstine of Glatting Jackson, Erika Snyder of Alarie Design Associates, Jennifer Mullins
of First Commercial Bank, Diane Bithorne of AmSouth Bank, Nancyann Jones of SunTrust, Bob Gosselin
of Gosselin Realty, Kevin Ross of Lowndes Drosdick; seated, first row, Kate Oates, Gail Oliphant of Step2
Techknowledgies Group, Julie Sundstrom with Roper YMCA Family Center, Keily Potter of the West Oaks
Mall, Sue Mclntyre of Signature GMAC Real Estate; seated, 2nd row, Betty Skipper of Manheim's Florida
Auto Auction, Krista Compton with the West Orange Chamber, Lauren Parrish of BankFirst and Jerry Burch
of Castle & Cooke.


Enrollment continues at Oakland Avenue Charter School


Enrollment for the 2006-07 school
year for students in fifth grade through
kindergarten continues at Oakland Av-
enue 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
www.oaktdwnusa.com.


Meeting hall for rent
Residents and organizations can rent the Oakland town meeting
hall on North Tubb Street. Rental includes use of the kitchen fa-
cilities and a seating capacity of 108.
To download a rental contract.and price list, go to the town
Website: Www.oaktownusa.com and click on "meeting hall facil-
ity.
For more information; call Oakland Town Hall at 407-656-1117.


Jim Thomas (right) received an environmental award from Ora
County. Presenting the plaque are. I-r, county commissioners Te
Jacobs and Bill Segal and Ajit Lalchandani, county manager.


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Thursday, April 20, 2006 The West Orange Times 15A




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S-,,i--.. il m I Holy Family Odyssey Team going to World Finals


Sr. Dorothy Sayers, principal of Holy
Family Catholic School, is proud to an-
nounce that the school's fourth-grade
team won first place in its division at the
Odyssey of the Mind State Tournament
on April 8. The competition took place
at the University of Central Florida, and
the win earned the team an invitation to
the World Finals Competition.
The team includes Camilo Gonza-
les, Ryan Hubman, Erik Tastepe, Mary


Agnes House, Melissa Blackburn,
Matthew Blocha and Amanda Dio-
Guardi and the coaches are Lisbeth
House and Mari Tastepe.
In the Division 1 competition the
team completed a great performance
of The Great Parade.
The World Finals will take place
May 24-28 at Iowa State University in
Ames, Iowa. Enrichment teacher Ju-
dith McCarthy, the OM coordinator,


and the parent coaches will accompa-
ny the team to the competition where
they will compete against teams from
32 countries.
Odyssey of the Mind is the world's
largest creative problem-solving com-
petition for students in kindergarten
through college and the program strives
to help young people realize the im-
portance of personal growth and life-
long learning.


Chamber trustees dine at Anaelle & Hugo's
Community and supporting trustees of the West Orange Chamber of Commerce dined French-style at
Anaelle & Hugo's Euro Bistro in the Fountains on Sand Lake Road. School Board Member Karen Ardaman
and Orange County Superintendent of Schools Ron Blocker were the featured speakers. They discussed
Orange County Public Schools' successes and challenges. Pictured (I-r) are (in front) Mike Freiner, Pam
Gould, Ardaman, Jennifer McTaggert with the restaurant's group sales office, Louis Fazio Jr., (2nd row) Guy
Haggard, Kay Behrens, Julie Kleffel, Blocker, Tracy Seebach, Krista Compton and (3rd row) Tom Hareas,
George Kramer, Hal Kantor, Richard Irwin, Jim Densmore, Ted DeWitt, Bob Pereira, Steve Precourt and
Russ Salerno.


Meet the Artist at Galleria Portofino


Galleria Portofino at Portofino Bay
Hotel % j ll host an exhibit titled "Fig-
ures in Motion" by world-renowned
sculptor Esther Wertheimer this Fri-
;day and Saturday, April 21-22, from
:6-10 p.m. both days.
I; Wertheimer's name transcends na-
Stional borders. She has won numer-
ous awards and has been touted by
international critics as one of the most
-:outstanding modern sculptors. She
worksrs with dozens of galleries and
':museums, has had untold articles
,'published about her, lectures exten-


sively and has had more than 50 solo
exhibitions on four continents and
sold 32 commissioned pieces, most-
ly in Canada, the United States and
Japan.
Personalized dedications will be
available during the exhibit.
Galleria Portofino is located adja-
cent to the Harbor Piazza at Portofi-
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5601 Universal Blvd.
Free self-parking is available fore
exhibit attendees. Parking validation
is available at Galleria Portofino.


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First Fridays
concert to feature
Tropical Steel
The Mall at Millenia will
feature Tropical Steel in its
ongoing First Fridays concert
series on May 5.
These free music events
run from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on
the first Friday of each month
outside the mall's main en-
trance.
Tropical Steel has been per-
forming inthe Central Flori-
da area for more than 15
years. The band is formed
around one of the world's
greatest steel drum musicians,
founder John Smith, a.k.a.
John Steel.
Along with Smith, doncert-
goers will enjoy the talents of
producer and songwriter
Shaun Fisher, who plays key-
board and sings lead and
background vocals. Tom
Lanze is featured on guitar
and also sings lead. Eugene
Phillips provides percussion
and background vocals. To-
gether they create an eclectic
sound of the Caribbean and
world beat music.
Concertgoers can purchase
food from mall restaurants,
including John n Rockets,
California Pizza Kitchen and
Panera Bread. The concerts
are sponsored b\y FM radio
station WVLOQ 103.1, Lake
Nona Golf and Country Club
and Fountain Acura, and they'
feature modeling by Lisa
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: from the center's leading re-
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For more information, call
407-363-3555.


Pictured are the members of the Holy Family Catholic School Odyssey of the Mind Team. From the left, they
are (in back) Principal Sr. Dorothy Sayers, Camilo Gonzalez, Erik Tastepe, Ryan Hubman, Matthew Blocha,
Judith McCarthy (enrichment teacher and OM coordinator) and (in front) Melissa Blackburn, Amanda Dio-
Guardi with the trophy and Mary Agnes House.


Rotary District 6980 accepting scholarship applications
Rotary International, Rotary District year award of $26,000 in U.S. dollars.
6980 and local Rotary clubs are currently This program is not available for Rotar-
accepting applications for three schol- ians or their families.
arship programs. Potential applicants can For all of these programs, a local Ro-
download forms and handbooks at the tary club must sponsor or endorse the
www.rotary.org Web site under the tab applicant and act as a mentor. The schol-
for The Foundation and then click on ars must become familiar with all aspect
educational programs. of Rotary International and serve as a
The programs currently available are goodwill ambassador for the local com-
Peace Scholar, Grant for University munity and country as they study and'
Teacher and Ambassadorial Scholar. work abroad.
The Peace Scholar program offers a The Ambassadorial Scholar and Grant
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program) in international peace and con- District 6980, and the Peace Scholar is
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Titan musicians sweep national music festival


The Olympia High School Orches-
tra and Choirs swept the Atlanta Her-
itage Musical Festival, bringing home
three gold awards and four trophies,
including the overall Festival Sweep-
stakes Award. The groups traveled to
Atlanta on April 6-9 to perform in this
national musical festival and see the
sights of Atlanta.
The choirs performed Friday at Kell
High School in Marietta. The advanced
women's choir, Bella Voce, performed
first, followed by the Mastersingers,
the advanced mixed choir.
Choral Director Daniel Jackson
wrote to the Titan faculty: "It was re-
markable to witness the passion and
desire they performed with. There was
one moment during Bella Voce's per-
formance that I just had to drop my
hands and stop conducting because I
felt there was nothing else I could do
on that stage. They were with me sim-
ply through eye contact. Both groups
performed near their peak technically
and spiritually. One judge comment-
ed about Bella Voce that they were
"stunning"!
The orchestra toured the Williams
Gengakki violin shop on Friday, and
students watched a luthier in action as
he rehaired a violin bow. They were
given free reign in the store to try any
instrument they %anted, including a
$25.000 cello and a $24.000 viola.
Later in the da\, the orchestra visit-
ed George State Unisersitc. touring
the campus and observing a rehearsal'
of the GSU Orchestra under the direc-
tion of Dr. Michael Palmer.
Saturday moniing, the orchestra per-
formed at Kell High. After the perfor-
mance, one of the judges went to the
stage to work'with the orchestra. The
adjudicator complimented the group
on its great sound.
"It's not often that we give a gold
rating to an orchestra at these festi-
vals," the festival director said at the
awards ceremony Saturday night. "It's
a vern difficult rating to achieve."
The Titans swept the awards cere-
mony. which was held at Six Flags
Over Georgia. They were awarded
three gold awards ifor scores of 90+
out of 100 points). No. 1 Mixed Choir,
No. I Women's Choir, the Choral
Sweepstakes Award, the Choral Ad-
judicator Aw ard ICritic's Choice the
Outstanding Orchestra Award and the
Festi al S\weepstakes Aw\ard, which is
given to the school \\sth the most
groups \ ith gold ratings
Orchestra Director Erin Fole% wrote.
"I am \er\ touched b\ the amazing


Choir officers Ashley Horner, Amber Skawinski and Kate Vanags pose
with the awards.


Orchestra President Al Palmer and Vice President Jose Romero show
off the awards.


team spirit that was shown this week-
end. There %were some moments that
really moved me and made me proud
to be a Titan."
Choral Director Jackson said. "These
kids are trul. amazing people. They
behaved with such grace, discipline
and marurin dunng the entire trip."
Both the choir and orchestra are now\
qualified to attend the Heritage Festi-
val of Gold next year. The orchestra


w ill attend the instrumental festival in
Boston, and the choir has a choice of
cities New York City. Chicago or
San Francisco.
These festi als v ill present a unique
challenge as the Titans will compete
against the top groups from e\ery Her-
itage Festival.
Student musicians interested in par-
ticipating in the orchestra or choir next
Near should contact FoleN or Jackson.

Society of Mayflower
Descendants to meet
The John How land Colony. Soci-
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For reservations, call Hank Dressel
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The WOHS Concert and Bel Canto choirs.


West Orange High choirs are


Two months ago the world had its eyes
turned to Italy for the Olympics. But this
week (April 18-23), a group of students
from West Orange High School will have
their eyes on Italy for a different com-
petition the Verona International
Choral Festival.
Their venue will be a cathedral in
northern Italy, and their event will be
choral music -- competing against 60
choirs invited from all over the world.
They will compete in front of a panel of
judges for form, musicianship and style.
The WOHS group has been known for its
superiority in these areas. What makes
this group stand out is its mission: to
touch and change lives through music..
"These students sing with so much
passion. They are musically wonderful
- their music transcends the notes on
the page," said Dr. Lynn Gackle, pro-
fessor of choral music education at the
University of South Florida. "They em-
body the style; they become the music
- become one with the music."
Gackle was referring to a recent per-
formance at the American Choral Di-
rectors Association Southeast Regional
Conference in Charleston. W. \'a.. where
out of 11 states, only two high school
choirs were invited.
"There was more than the West Or-
ange Choir on stage when they sang.
They were singing with a spirit I can't
describe," said Dr. Dan Buckman, prin-
cipal, at the ACDA Conference. "These
musicians have such a passion for what
they do. They demonstrate a power that
is very inspirational."
It is this power through their music
that has brought these choirs to this point
and earned them the in% itanon to sing in
Vetona. The choir received an i notation
based on its performances in competi-
nons throughout the state and counnr
Their repertoire includes a varietyy of
pieces from classical to spirituals
Jeff Redding. director of the choirs,
said: "This is a dream...l always want-
ed the kids to go to Europe. This is a fur-
ther extension of the message of Linty
across the seas an extension of w hat
we do and believe. I \want these kids to
dream and experience something bigger
than themselves."
While overseas, the West Orange Con-


cert and Bel Canto choirs will be partic-
ipating in exchange workshops with in-
ternational choirs from Russia, Europe,
Canada and other countries. The six-day
choral tour includes sightseeing in Verona
and Venice. The competition will be held
in the historic Teatro Vuovo in Verona.
SThe group of 175 students and chap-
erones traveling together have put in
many hours practicing, as well as fund-
raising.
"These kids are magnificent," said
Sandy Morris, choral assistant. "Their
true unity and love for each other is just
beautiful. It has been great to see how
their message of Unity has been received
all over the country in different festivals.
I can't wait to see the response of their
message overseas."
The WOHS choirs have worked hard
to earn the invitation and welcome any lo-
cal sponsors who would like to support
their endeavor. Most funds have been
raised by the students individually
through concessions sales, candy sales
and other fund-raising promotions.
The choirs have shared their message
with local area churches. They sang at
the Community Wide YMCA Celebra-
tion of Prayer Breakfast at First Baptist
Orlando on April 13, and the Commu-
nity Alive Event at the People of Faith


singing in Italy'
Lutheran Church on Apnl 15. All thespI
performances help prepare the choirs tc
represent the West Orange communmut
when the\ sing in Ital.
At the parent meeting before the trip,
there \ as much excitement as both choi't
members and parents finalized their plan
for the mp the first o\ erseas trip for ai
maiontr of the students. -
Anuds.t the buzz o er trip itinerary andi
packing lists, Redding said: "Don't for-r
get the vision of why we are going to
touch and change lives. Understand why
we are going to Italy. We are going as a
team, we are going as a family, are going
as Unity."
He told the parents: "These kids have
worked hard. There will be only 60 choirs
from all over the world there. I ani
proud."
WOHS Principal Dan Buckman, who,
is accompanying the choirs, said before
the departure for Italy: "I am extremely
proud of our dedicated group of young
ladies and gentlemen who comprise the
West Orange High School Chorus. It is.
such an honor for them and our school to
have this opportunity to represent the en-,
tire Southwest Orlando community. f'
can't wait for the rest of the world to see
what we are privileged to see on a daily;
basis."


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Get 'brain freeze' at the fair
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The Central Florida Fair is mark- cake), Couples Competition, Kids Ice
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'Escape to Paradise' Gala helps Central Florida Women's League raise $100,000


More than 400 guests made an "Es-
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March 25 at the Caribe Royale Re-
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The party featured a dine-around
with buffets presented by the South-
west Orlando area's best restaurants.


Bright island colors decorated the ball-
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The league members ase grateful to
all the volunteers, restaurants and staff
who assisted with the event that raised
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Sports


HeRD member Seth Kincaid of Winter Garden rides Duke at the Cen-
tral Florida Area Special Olympics.


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HeRD riders Craig Evans. Baile Biddle and Todd Berger, all of Clermont,
show off new skills at the recent Special Olympic Games.


HeRD rides at Special Olympic Games


Eighteen riders from HeRD (Hors-
es for Riders \ ith Disabilities ) com-
peted at the Central Flonda Area Spe-
cial Ol\ mpic Games recently. A to-
tal of 53 riders from six programs
from Orange. Lake. Seminole and
Brevard counties attended the event.
Several of the HeRD riders showed
off new skills at the games. Todd
Berger, Baile Biddle and Craig
Evans, all of Clermont. and Mike
Hodgson of Orlando all trotted for
the first time in both Equitation and
Trail classes.
In Equitation. a groupof riders is
in the arena together, and the judge is
looking at their position on the horse
as well as their ability to follow in-
structions and communicate the in-
structions to the horse. In Trail. rid-
ers have to maneuver their horses
over and through a series of obsta-
cles in a specific order.
All the riders did well with their
trotting. Berger earned the top score
for HeRD riders with a second place
in Equitation and first in Trail. Bid-
die earned two second-place ribbons.
and Evans took first in Equitation and
third in Trail. Hodgson earned two
third-place ribbons.


Special Olympics veterans includ-
ed D. James. Orlando, first in Equi-
taton and third in Trail: Cara Vi\ iani.
Winter Garden, first in Equitation and
fourth in Trail; Seth Kmncaid, Winter
Garden. fifth in Equitation and second
m Trail, Jeffery Jeuell. Orlando. first
in Equitation and third in Trail; David
Perry. Clermont. sixth in Equitation
and fifth in Trail; and Tonmy Cam-
po. Kissimmee. fourth in both Equi-
tation and Trail.
First-time participants included
Katelyn Spears, Clermont, third in
Equitation and second in Trail; Scott
Meeks, Astatula. second in Equitation
and first in Trail; Alex Albarracin,
Orlando. third in Equitation and fifth
in Trail; Tyler Smith. Clermont,
fourth in Equitation and sixth in Trail:
Jamey lemnman, Clermont, third in
Equitation and fourth in Trail, Bri-
anna Smith. Clermont. first in Equi-
tation and fifth in Trail: Christina De-
Caso. Leesburg, fourth in Equitation
and sixth in Trail; and Melissa Swift.
Clermont, third in Trail and second in
Barrel Racing.
To learn more about HeRD. call
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Ocoee softball gears
up for district playoffs
The Ocoee High varsity fastpitch
softball team placed fourth out of 16
teams in the Metro Conference tour-
nament last week. After defeating
Timber Creek a few days earlier, the
Lady Knights fell to Timber Creek
13-5 last Tuesday. Junior Dominique
Smith hit her first home run of the sea-
son and hit another shot off the right
field wall.
Ocoee was set to face rival West
Orange at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
district tournament held at East Ridge
High.
The Knight varsity baseball team
crushed Evans 13-1 last.Saturday.
Pitchers Mike Arsenault and Stephen
Pyles combined for only 1 run and 2
hits allowed. Justin Dickson led the
offensewith 2 RBIs, while Bo Brooks,
Justin Cox, Sean Still and'Hieu Le all
connected for hits.
Earlier last week, Ocoee lost to
Winter Park, 7-0, and to Edgewater
4-3 in a 13-inning thriller. Pitcher
Ralph Barden held the district cham-
pion Eagles to only 4 hits. Mike Ba-
nagale, Rashid Mitchell, Bobby Garv-
er and Gary Rausch all had hits for
the Knights.
After opening with a 3-7 record, the
Ocoee junior varsity baseball team
turned things around with a 7-4 mark
for the second half of the season. The
J.V. Knights racked up victories
against Apopka, Edgewater, Dr.
Phillips and East Ridge, while losing
close games to Winter Park and Ly-
man.
"I am very proud of how our kids
worked hard and improved in the sec-
ond half of the season," said Ocoee
J.V. Coach Gary Hood. "We were able
to be successful by eliminating our
mental mistakes while playing un-
selfish baseball and, most important-
ly, playing as a team."'
Ocoee High will host baseball try-
outs during the summer break. In-
coming freshman and any OHS stu-
dents not on the varsity team are wel-
come to participate. The tryouts will
take place May 19 at 4:30 p.m. and
May 20 at 10 a.m.
The Lady Knight varsity flag foot-
ball team fell to 1-7 on the season af-
ter a 20-6 loss to Harmony. Elizabeth
DiMascio had a standout gamefor
Ocoee by recording an interception
and a sack and scoring the team's only
touchdo" n. Ashley Garrett collected
2 sacks.
The Occ'ee junior \arsity flag foot-
ball team lost 12-7 to Harmony last
week. Olivia Buzzell put Ocoee on
the scoreboard in the fourth quarter
%% ith a touchdown pass to Jackie Brad-
shaw.
The Knight varsity boys lacrosse
team picked up its first-ever playoff
victory by beating East Ridge 12-5
last week. Goalie Billy Vereb led an
outstanding defensive effort by col-
lecting 24 saves. Steve McDonald shut
down East Ridge's top scorer. while
J.T. Land, Logan War and Marcus
Lane also played great defense.
Brett Reynolds and Wes Venturi-
no led the offense with 5 goals and I
assist apiece. Michael Schimborski
and Blaine Cockcroft each added a
goal. Chris Santos dished out an assist.
Later in the week. Ocoee fell in the
district playoff finals to rival West Or-
ange 7-5. Vereb kept his team in the
game with 21 saves. McDonald con-
tinued to place excellent defense. Ven-
turino scored 2 goals. while Schim-
borski. Reynolds and Cockcroft each
scored once.
The Ocoee varsity boys volleyball
team defeated Evans 25-13. 25-14.
25-19 last week. Theo Luke had 10
kills, while Carmelo Alvarez added 7
kills and De\in Jernigan had 10 as-
sists. The Knights lost the following
evening to Dr. Phillips in straight
games. Charlie \azquez served for
one ace, Alvarez picked up 4 kills and
Jamal Agoun had 3 kills.
Ocoee lost last Thursday to Cypress
Cleek despite strong efforts from Luke
(7 kills), Alvarez (6 kills), Vazquez
(3 aces) and Isaac Rivera 13 kills. 3
assists.
The Knight junior varsity boys
volleyball team fell to E\ans 25-19, 25-
16. Ocoee also suffered a 26-24. 25-
20 loss to Cypress Creek.
The Ocoee cheerleading squad will
host tryouts May 15. 16 and 18 from
6-8 p.m and on May 19 at 5 p.m. A
team meeting is set for May 3 at 6
p.m. in the school gymnasium.



Ocoee High
announces Spring
Sports Banquet
Ocoee High School will hold
its Spring Sports Banquet on
Tuesday, May 9. at 6 p.m. in
the school cafeteria. Players at-
tend free, and parents and


guests will pay $5.
For more information, ath-
letes can see their coaches or
Athletic Director Bill Cham-
bers.


Senior Night at Ocoee High
The Ocoee High varsity boys lacrosse team honored its players recently on Senior Night. Gathered on the
field are (1-r): Coach Greg. Dailer, father Angel Santos, senior Chris Santos, senior Dan Kemmis, mother
Kathy Newsome and Coach Dennis Short.


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Present during Meagan Squartino's signing ceremony at Ocoee High are (I-r): front row, father Allie Squar-
tino, Meagan Squartino, mother Nancy Squartino; back row, OHS Athletic Director Bill Chambers, Head Coach
Sue North and Principal Mike Armbruster.

Squartino becomes first Knight to sign Division I scholarship


Ocoee High softball player Meagan
Squartino made school history last
week b\ becoming the first Knight to
sign an athletic scholarship with a Di-
ision I program.
The senior captain signed her letter
of intent to play catcher for Ap-
palachian State University in Boone,
N.C. She said she plans on majoring
in criminal justice.
Squartno has been playing softball
in Ocoee since she was 10 years old. She
first starred for the Sun Sox all-star
team for one season and since with the
Ladyhawks tournament team. Squartino
credits her success to Ladyhawvks
coaches Greg Migliori. Steve
Lawrence, Don Rausch and father Al-


ie Squartino.
A rt o-time All-American at catch-
er, she helped lead the Lad\ hawks to
three World Series titles. i[o state
championships, one inter national ti-
tie and more than 450 \ ictones out of,
600 games played.
As a four-year starter for the West Or-
ange High and Ocoee High varsity fast-
pitch softball teams. Squartino has been
named to the All-Metro Conference
and All-Orange County teams for the
past three years. She is currently on
pace to be named on those all-star
teams for the fourth consecutive year.
At the end of last week, Squartino
led the county offense\ ely with a .480
batting average. 7 home runs and 36


Titans place at Metro

track championships


The Olympia High 'arsity boys
and girls track and field teams
placed among the top teams in the
-letro Conference championship meet
last weekend. The Lady Titans cap-
tured second place, and the boys team
finished third overall.
The girls 4x400 relay team claimed
first place, while the 4x 100 relay took
second place and the 4x800 relay fin-
ished eighth.
In individual competition. Kristine
Scott placed second in the 200 meters
and third in the 100 meters. Chenavia
Ruffin (400 meters) and Raven
Richardson (shot put, triple jump both
took third place in their respective
events. Richardson also placed fifth
in the discus thrdw.
Also in the 400 meters, Lelyn
Knowlden finished fourth and Jernca
Nlaness took sixth place. Nlaness
added a seventh-place finish in the
long jump. Kristen Webley set a
school record on her way to placing
fourth in the 800 meters.
In the 300 hurdles, Frances Daniels
and Whitney Jones finished fifth anid
sixth, respectively. Daniels also took
sixth place in the 100 hurdles. Katie
Carbiener finished seventh in the
3,200 meters and Sam Collins took
eighth place in the 800 meters.
Michael Lockley won the shot put
event for the boys team's only first-
place finish of the day. In the 100 hur-
dles, Eric Whitlock placed third, while
Michael Mathis finished sixth Math-
is also took fourth place in the 300
hurdles. Dexter Miller earned a fourth-
place finish in the 400 meters.
Brian Cipollone (pole vault) and
Chad ick lai tin (100 meters) both


captured fifth place, while Kurtis Pala-
ta (300 hurdles) and Delvin McGuire
high jump each placed sixth.
The Titan 4x400 relay team took
third place, the 4x800 team placed
fourth and the 4x 100 team finished
sixth .
The Titan %arsity baseball team
defeated rival West Orange on Senior
Day but lost its follow ing game to Cy-
press Creek to fall to14-8 on the sea-
son.
The Olympia junior varsity base-
ballteam wrapped up its season last
week with a three-game winning
streak for a final record of 14-3-1.
The J.V. Titans lson a 1-0 pitcher's
dual vs. rival West Orange last
Wednesday. Jabari Henry pitched a
complete game shutout for Olympia,
allowing only 2 hits and 2 walks while
striking out 10 batters.
The team has also had success in
the classroom by posting a combined
3.66 grade-point average through the
third marking period. The 2006 J.V.
roster includes junior Lamar Byrd,
sophomores Michael Grimes, Michael
Rossi and Justin Hodges, and fresh-
men A.J. Mackey, Chris Taladay,
Kyle Newark, Edwin Jiminez, Ryan
Hall, Tyler Underwood, Patrick
Lothrop and Jabari Henry.
The Olympia cheerleading squad
will hold tryouts May 24-26. Students
interested in participating must fill out
and return a tryout packet, which can
be obtained in the front offices at
Gotha, Chain of Lakes and Windy
Ridge middle schools and Olympia
High. For more information, contact
Coach Sandra Kubany at
kubanys@ocps.net.


RBIs. Earlier this season, she put her
name in the ne\% Ocoee High record
books bs earning the team's first hit.
home run and RBI on its home field.
"Meagan leads the team on and off
the field and will be greatly missed
when she graduates." said Ocoee Head
Coach Sue North, who also coached
Squartino for the last three years at
WOHS. "It's not all the time that you
run into kids like tus. She has worked
hard everyday to get to where she is."
Off the field, Squartino has earned a
3.94 weighted grade-point average is
a member of the National Honor Society
and was recently named as Ocoee
High's first Walt Disney World
Dreamer and Doer.



Ocoee High to host.
golf tourney May 27
The Ocoee High School Ath-
letic Department will host a
golf tournament fund-raiser
May 27 at Forest Lake Golf
Course in Ocoee.
The registration fee is $70
per player. Hole sponsors are
available for'$50. Tee time is
set for 8 a.m.
For more information, con-
tact OHS Athletic Director Bill
Chambers at 407-905-3006 or
chambew@ocps.net, or call
OHS Booster Club President
Pat Buckles at 321-689-6220.



Mid-Florida Milers
events for May
The Mid-Florida Milers Walking
Club will host two American Volkss-
port Association-sanctioned walks in
May.
The first walk is set for May 6 and
will begin between 8-8:45 a.m. at the
Chapin Station trailhead off Crown
Point Road in Winter Garden. The
walk will proceed for 10 kilometers
(six miles) along the West Orange
Trail through residential areas and
downtown Winter Garden.
The Dr. Phillips walk will take place
May 20 between 8-10 a.m. The start-
ing point will be the Publix at Plaza
Venezia, located at 7640 W. Sand
Lake Road. Participants can choose
between a 10K or 5K (three-mile)
course.
The cost for each event is $3 for
AVA credit walkers. Non-credit par-
ticipants can walk for free. Walkers
are welcome to bring pets. For more
information, call 407-695-9181 or e-
mail jaycock2@cfl.rr.com.







Thursday, April 20, 2006 The West Orange Times 3B


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Lady Warriors tryout for national team
West Orange High Varsity girls lacrosse teammates (I-r): Michelle Anthony, Lindsey Johnson, Jackie Bar-
ney, Ally Bratton and Laura Hawthorne each qualified recently to tryout for the National Lacrosse Team. Play-
Sers were chosen based on their statistics during the regular season. Tryouts were held April 1 at Sebas-
tian High School. Only 20 out of 100 at the tryout made the cut, Bratton and.Hawthorne were selected for
the team, which will travel to Leigh University in Pennsylvania during Memorial Day weekend to compete
in a national tournament against 47 other state teams


West Orange tennis wins boys Metro championship


The West Orange High varsity
4. tos tennis team defeated Winter
Park 5-2 last \week to clinch the
Metro Conference Championship.
Brothers Gabriel and Daniel Mattos
both \won their singles matches and
later teamed up to \\in in doubles
pla.. Jose Puente came up \'ith a big
Swin in singles competition. The % ic-.
Stor o\er Winter Park upped West
Orange's season record to 13-0.
"At the start of the season. I told
the i.ds to focus on district." said
WOHS Coach Chuck Hooper.
.The team will now\ advance to
compete for its second consecutive
district championship.
The VWest Orange varsity boys


lacrosse team defeated rival Ocoee
7-5 last week in the first round of
the district playoffs. The Warriors
jumped out to a strong start and nev-
er gave up the lead.
The Warrior varsity baseball
team \ ill compete Friday in the east
- s. \ est Metro Conference champi-
onships. The team is also gearing up
for, the district playoffs.
The West Orange junior varsity
baseball team completed its season
with a 10-9-1 record. Standout play-
ers for the season'have been Jordan
'McCall, Brian Farmer, Tyler Koch,
Phillip McMannan, Louie Salvati,
Preston Madill, Brantley Bostick and
Allen Michael Johnson.


The WOHS varsity boys and
girls water polo: teams both
wrapped up regular season compe-.
rition last "eek. The girls team fell
short of making the playoffs, while
the bo) s team will face Winter Park
in the first round of the district play-
offs.
The Lady Warrior varsity flag
football team was set to play
Wednesday at 7 p:m. at Evans High.
The West Orange cheerleading
squad will hold tryouts May 16-17 in
the school gymnasium from 4:30-
6:30 p.m. Participants must turn in
a completed physical by May 16.
For more information, contact Phyl-
lis Boston at 407-905-2400.


Warrior baseball thanks sponsors
,West Orange High Head Baseball Coach Jesse Marlo, Warrior baseball players and members of the Dia-
mond Booster Club hosted a Sponsor Night celebration recently to honor the outfield fence corporate spon-
Ssprs for their financial support of the WOHS baseball team. The West Orange baseball diamond, which will
be the site of the 6A-District 4 playoffs April 24-28, is considered by many area coaches and scouts as 1
,of the best high school baseball fields in Central Florida. Gathered on the field during Sponsor Night are (I-
. r): Coach Marlo, Jerry Jaskot, Jonathan Henderson, Paul Fleming, Ed Dowling, Winter Garden City Man-
ager Michael Bollhoefer, Kathy Kuehn, Karen Dodge, Jodi Ledford, Jackie Duppenthaler, Pat Sharr, Joe
,McClellan with granddaughter, Tate: Shiela Crowe, Barb Burkhalter, Mike Riley and Joe Burkhalter.


'IUS soccer teams take 3rd place
iMiembers of the West Orange IUS girls soccer program (above) competed at the Apopka 3 vs. 3 Challenge
,last weekend. Jessenia Barragan, Mari Cirilo, Lauren Green, Selena Jaimes and Brooke Wigmore led the
,patriots Pride to a 3rd place finish in the U-12 division. Cindy Buchner, Maria Hernandez, Alyssa Kamins-
ki., Kallee Miller and Rasha Roberts played for the Patriots Spirit, which also took home 3rd place for the
, ,,-11 division. West Orange plays Saturday at 2:45 p.m. in Apopka vs. the CFU Hurricanes.


'Predators to host
youth football clinic
'" The Orlando Predators \ ill host its
youth football clinic Saturday from 2:30-
5 p.m. at the T.D. Waterhouse Centre.
S.'.The chluc is open for children 6-16
, years old. Participants \ill interact with
:Prdators players and Head Coach Jay
Gruden. The cost is $35 per child. Par-
'e nts with more than one chdd enrolled
'in the clinic wiill pay $30 each.
1,' .Each participant will receive a ticket
-t6 Sarutda \'s Predators game and a
" .edators camp T-shirt. To register by
phone, call 407-447-3322.


WOHS Gridiron Classic set for May 7
The West Orange High Football Quarterback Club will host its fourth
annual Gndiron Classic golf tournament on Sunday .Mlay 7. at Diamond Play-
ers Club in Clermont.
Proceeds from the 18-hole scramble event will help the Warrior football
team pay for necessary equipment and uniforms and provide summer camp.
The entry fee is $60 per player or $240 for a foursome. Registranon \ ill
begin at II a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Lunch and dinner
\ ill be pro\ ided.
In addition to recruiting players, organizers are looking for companies and
individuals to serve as hole sponsors for a $100 donation.
The field will be limited to the first 140 entries. For more information, call
Coach Tim Smith at 407-905-2468 or Betty Good\\ in at 407-656-157 I


DP water polo to face
rival in district semi-final
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys and
girls water polo teams defeated
Osceola last week. David Syrett
scored 6 goals to lead the boys team
to a 10-9 victory. Andy Gordon, Ju-
lian Auge, Matt Greil and Quiciano Al-
buquerque each added a goal. The
Panthers (10-7) will face rival West
Orange in the district'semi-finals Sat-
urday.
Maddie Flores scored 4 goals and
Jessica Enns added a pair of goals as
the Lady Panthers beat Osceola 7-4.
Caitlin Massey tacked on another
goal. Dr. Phillips (11-3) will face
Edgewater Saturday in the district
tournament.
The Panther varsity boys volley-
ball team clinched an undefeated dis-
trict record with a 25-18, 25-20, 21-
25, 25-19 victory over Florida Air
Academy last week. Tanner Wright
notched 34 assists, Danny Baker had
11 kills and 5 blocks and Marcos
Waissmann added 9 kills and 5
blocks. The'Panthers will be the top
seed when they host the district tour-
nament May 6.
Earlier last week, the Panthers de-
feated Ocoee .in straight games.
Wright handed out 20 assists, while
Victor Callado had 13 kills and 5 ser-
vice aces.
The Dr. Phillips varsity baseball
team beat Poinciana 5-0 last week.
Brian Sustersic pitched a compete
game with 13 strikeouts and con-
nected at the plate for a double. Brad
Hutton went 1 for 3 with a double.
SThe DP junior varsity baseball
team closed out its season last week
with an 8-2 victory over rival West
Orange. Phillip Weidman and Mark
Nelson split time on the mound for
the win. Weidman also went 2 for 3
at the plate with a 3-run home run and
an RBI single. Ricky Schwarz dou-
bled in a pair of runs, while Vinnie
Perrotti and David Jones each had
RBI doubles.
The J.V. Panthers finished with an.
8-12 season record. The team's lead-
ing hitters are Nelson (.428), Weidman
(.409) and Eddie Melcer (.400).
The Panther varsity boys tennis
team defeated Boone 5-2 last week
to finish in fifth place at the Metro
Conference playoffs. Kyle Eastman,
Scott Schumacher and Dexter Tate
" on their singles matches, while the
pairing of Eddie SVenda and Alex
Samuels and Eastman and Schu-
macher produced victories in doubles
pla\.
The DP varsity girls tennis team
evened its season record at 7-7 by
beating Cypress Creek last week in
the Metro Conference tournament
The victoryy ga\ e the Lady Panthers a
fifth-place finish. Nikki Chappell IS-
2), Shannon Fitzpatick S(-l and
Taylor Stewart (8-6) won their sin-
gles matches. while JaquelineSunga
and Katrina Guierrez won 8-2,in dou-
bles play.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys
weightlifting team brought home
third place at the Metro Conferenice'
meet last weekend. Frank Carter
(hea\ v\weight) and John Allard (238
pounds.i both took second place. while
Pedio Lopez (119 pounds) captured
third place and Chris Smith .(154
pounds) placed fourth.,
The DP boys lacrosse club picked
up its first victoryy last weekend. Pe-
ter Sonnefeldt scored the game's onl)
goal. and Chris Ramstek collected 10
saves in goal as the Panthers defeat-
ed Team Renegade 1-0. Dr. Phillips
will field varsity boss and girls
lacrosse teams for the first time next
year.
The Lady Panther varsity fag foot-
ball team rallied to beat Osceola 26-
6 last week. Jewelle Gi imsle\ put DP
on the board \\ ith a 2- ard touchdo% n
run. Quarterback Tara Santiago found
Mary Butler (8 receptions for a 25-
yard touchdown recepuon in the third
quarter. Butler added to the lead \ hen
she returned an interception 15 yards
for a touchdoe\ n.
In the final quarter, Martha Tabcas
S10 pulls!. grabbed an interception af-
ter Chenelle Bro\\ n topped the ball at
the line of scrinunmmage. That pla\ set
up a 5-yard scoring run by Santiago
to close out the game.
The DPjunior varsity flag football
team blew away Osceo la last
week behind the play of quarterbacks
Cassandra Maloney and Samantha
Smith. The S\ in improved the team's
season record to 8-0.
Alexis Keirsted set up the offense
early by returning an Osceola punt
35 yards down the sideline to give
DP first and goal at the 10-yard line
Two plays later, Maloney rushed for
a 7-yard TD. Smith added to the score
with a 20-yard touchdown run.
A Summer Jenkins interception set
up another touchdown run by Mal-
oney. Breyona Bolden and Anianda
Diaz each accounted for an extra


point. Dunia Aburish sacked the
Oteola quarterback in the end zone
for a safety.
Head Coach Kevin Pettis of the DP
varsity football team will host a
meeting April 27 at 7 p.m. in the north
cafeteria for the parents of all students
interested in participating in football.
For more informauon, send an e-mail
to Pettis at pettisd@ocps.net.


Blocker throws out 1st pitch for Titans
Orange County Public Schools Superintendent Ron Blocker recently suit-
ed up in an Olympia High baseball jersey to throw out the 1st pitch at
a Titan baseball game vs. visiting Apopka. Gathered at home plate af-
ter the pre-game ceremony are (I-r): team co-captain Ryan Lowe, Block-
er, OHS Senior Administrator Trish Highland and co-captain Justin Ed-
wards.

Ocoee High competes at Metro track meet


The Ocoee High varsity boys and
girls track and field teams participat-
ed last weekend in the Metro'Confer-
ence championship meet. The boys
team took 10th place out of 15 schools,
while the Lady Knights placed eighth.
Gary Daughtry posted the best in-
dividual performance for the boys
team by capturing second place in the
400 meters. Chris Duncan finished
fifth in both the 800- and 1,600-meter


races, while Danny Garriga took sev-
enth place in the 400 meters.
Latrisha Altidor led the Lady
Knights with a second-place finish in
the long jump. She also took fifth
place in the 400 meters. Brittani Bas-
combe (400 meters) and Delmarshae
Walker (300 hurdles) both finished in
10th place. Tiffani Taylor (400 me-
ters) and Candice Holden (triplejump)
both captured ninth place.


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Golf


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-
istration because the field is limited.
For more information and to regis-
ter, call Jackie May at 407-905-8180,
Ext. 100.


SOlympia football to host golf fund-raiser


The Olympia High School Football
Booster Club will host a golf tourna-
ment fund-raiser to benefit the Titan
football team.
The event, set for April 29 at Cele-
bration Golf Club, will raise funds to
pay for the team's weight room equip-
ment, uniforms, travel expenses and
more. A field of 144 golfers is ex-
pected to participate in what organiz-
ers hope will become an annual event.
"It takes $1,000 per player per year
to meet these needs," said Elaine An-
derson, tournament chairwoman and
Titan Booster. "Without local com-


munity support, we will be unable to
provide the necessary elements to put
our Titan football team on a compet-
itive playing'field."
A raffle held at the event will fea-
ture gift certificates to restaurants,
spas and hotels, jewelry, art, tickets
to Orlando Magic games, theater per-
formances and theme parks.
Donations, including cash, prizes,
promotional products and sponsor-
ships, will be greatly appreciated, An-
derson said.
For more information, contact An-
derson at 407-701-2804.


WOHS Warriors Gridiron Classic set for Diamond Players


The West Orange High School Foot-
Sball Quarterback Club invites area
golfers to participate in the fourth annual
Gridiron Classic on Sunday, May 7, at
Diamond Players Club in Clermont.
Proceeds from the 18-hole scramble
event will go to help the Warrior foot-
ball team purchase necessary equipment
and uniforms and provide summer
camp.
The entry fee is $60 per player or
S$240 for a foursome. Registration will


begin at 11 a.m. followed by a shotgun
start at 1 p.m. Lunch and dinner will be
provided.
In addition to recruiting players, or-
ganizers are looking for companies and
individuals to serve as hole sponsors
for a $100 donation.
The field will be limited to the first 140
entries.
For more information, call Coach Tim
Smith at 407-905-2468 or Betty Good-
win at 407-656-1571.


Tournament at Bay Hill to benefit Formet Foundation May 22


SThe ninth annual Gary L. Formet
SSr. Memorial Golf Tournament will
S*benefit families with seriously ill chil-
dren is scheduled May 21-22 at Arnold
Palmer's Bay Hill Club and Lodge.
Tournament proceeds will fund the
non-profit Formet Foundation in its
mission to assist Central Florida fam-
ilies of children with life-threatening
illnesses. After referrals from Nemours
SPediatric Oncology Clinic and Flori-
da Hospital, the foundation expands
Sin excess of $15,000 yearly assisting
i these families with expenses of daily


living.
The tournament honors the memo-
ry of the late Judge Formet, one of the
Ninth Circuit's most respected judges.
His demeanor on the bench and his
courage and strength in rising above his
wartime injuries and coping with his
prolonged final illness remain an in-
spiration to those who knew him,
Tournament organizers are seeking
participants, sponsors, door prizes, raf-
fle items and other donations.
For more information or to register,
call Jane Formet at 407-649-2022.


Health Central
Auxiliary plans golf
tournament for
Stoneybrook West
The Health Central Auxil-
iary will sponsor a golf tour-
nament on Friday, April 28,
at Stoneybrook West Golf
Club. Area golfers are invited
to register for the four-person
scramble tournament. Regis-
tration is at 7:30 a.m. followed
by a shotgun start at 8 a.m.
The entry fee is $100 per
person and includes lunch.
Activities include a 50/50
drawing and a silent auction.
For more information or to
register, call the Volunteer
Services office at 407-296-
1148.



Area golfers invited to
Golf Fore Autism at OCN
on May 12
Area golfers are invited to join the
Golf Fore Autism tournament Friday,
May 12, at Orange County Nation-
al's Crooked Cat course. Registration
is at 7 a.m., and play will get under-
way at 8 a.m.
The cost is $125 per player or $440
per foursome and play will follow a
scramble format. The cost includes
beer, soda and water, cigars, lunch
buffet, range balls, greens fee and cart
rental, ice-cold mango-scented towel
service and a personalized bag tag.
Sponsorships are available for
$100, $200 and $500. Proceeds from
the event will benefit the Autism and
Related Disabilities Gym Program in
Ocoee. Tournament organizers are
also looking for door prizes and do-
nations.
There will be four hole-in-one
prizes.
For more information or to regis-
ter, e-mail Jo-Anne Houwers at
autismgym.org, or
autismgym@aol.com or call her at
407-234-7456 or e-mail Alan Moss
at mosster2@earthlink.net or call him
at 321-303-7672.
The tournament is sponsored by
The Autism and Related.Disabilities
Gym Program Inc. and the Jim Beech
Rec Center.


the Grand Cypress Resort. The event was a fund-raiser for the league's scholarship program. There were
more than 38 corporate, private and local sponsors for the event, and more than 38 teams competed for
prizes. Pictured are members of one of the foursomes (1-r), Kevin Riley, Jim Young, Eric Craig and Rob Howard.



Safety Council plans scholarship golf event at Orange County National


The Florida Safety Council will
hold its annual scholarship golf
tournament on Friday, May 19, be-
ginning with a shotgun start at 8
a.m. Registration is set for 7 a.m.
The four-player, best-ball scram-
ble is scheduled for Orange Coun-
ty National Golf Center and Lodge
and will fund FSC scholarships for

Community Health
Community Health Centers Inc. will
host its fourth annual golf tournament
at Sweeetwater Golf and Country Club
in Longwood on Wednesday, May 24.
More than 100 golfers are expected
to take part in the four-person, scram-
ble event.
The entry fee is $110 per person
and it includes lunch. There will be
awards for first, second and third place


undergraduate and graduate awards
for students seeking higher educa-
tion in safety and health professions.
Sponsorships are currently avail-
able and range in price from $125 for
a hole sponsor to $3,000 for an ex-
clusive title sponsorship. Program
sponsorships range in price from
$25 to $100. The entry fee for an


individual golfer is $100 or $375
for a team of four.
To register or for more informa-
tion, call Glenn Victor at 407-897-
4456 or e-mail him at
gvictor@floridasafety.org. For more
information on the Florida Safety
Council, go to www.FloridaSafe-
ty.org.


Centers plans golf tourney for May 24


teams, as well as raffle prizes. The
tournament begins at 8:30 a.m. with a
shotgun start. Sponsorships range in
price from $150 to $1,250.
All proceeds from the event will
benefit patients of Community Health
Centers Inc., which include insured, un-
derinsured and insured individuals.
To register, call Linda Williams at
407-905-8827, Ext. 220 or Melanie


Campbell at 407-906-8827, Ext. 226
or go to the Web site at
www.chcfl.com/Golftourament.asp.
Community Health Centers Inc. is
a private, nonprofit organization that
provides primary and preventive med-
ical, dental and pharmaceutical ser-
vices at nine practice locations
throughout Central Florida, including
one in Winter Garden.


MetLife event at Diamond Players Club on May 25 to benefit cancer society


Area golfers are invited to join the
inaugural MetLife Golf Tournament
Thursday, May 25, at Diamond Players
Club in Clermont.
Registration will get underway at 11
a.m., and the tournament will begin at
1 p.m. with a shotgun start. The entry


fee for the four-person scramble event
is $100 and includes greensfee, cart
rental, a bag tag, a goody bag and din-
ner. The event is a fund-raiser for the
American Cancer Society and will also
feature a silent auction and raffle.
Hole sponsorships are available for


$100 and a sponsor package is also
available for $450 that includes entry
fees for four players. The entry deadline
is May 18. For details or to register,
call tournament chairperson David
Kiniry at 407-835-8900 or e-mail him
at dkiniry@metlife.com.


Golf tournament May 27 to benefit Ocoee High Athletic Dept.


The Athleic Department of Ocoee
High School is organizing a golf tour-
nament for Saturday, May, 27, at For-
est Lake Golf Club in Ocoee. The en-
tr fee is $70 per player, and the tour-


nament will begin with a shotgun start
at 8 a.m. Hole sponsorships are avail-
able for $50 each. Proceeds from the
tournament will benefit the athletic
department.


For more information and to regis-
ter, call Athletic Director Bill Cham-
bers at 407-905-3006 or Pat Buckles,
president of the Athletic Booster Club,
at 321-689-6220.


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Schools


Ocoe--idde


Eighth-grader Shruti Sharma is the 2005-06 Dreamer and Doer for Ocoee Middle School.

Winerer


Mrs. Dorman's 4th-grade class at Family Christian School recently visited Cracker Country in Tampa. Stu-
dents dipped candles and learned other skills that were used by Floridians in the early 1900s. Enjoying the
field trip are Benjamin Diehl, Caleb Parrish, Michael Mogg, Brooks Estrada, Austin Donnelly, lan Watson,
Emily Crist, Alex O'Brien, Stephen Countryman, Justin Taubensee, Brook Graham, April Winburn, Farrah
.Karimipour and Sophia Fitzgibbon.

Cavay hrsta


Windermere Elementary's 5th-grade safety patrols gather for a group picture. The patrols are responsible
for modeling and ensuring student safety.


The students at Calvary Christian School in Winter Garden participated in their annual walk event recent-
ly. The event was 'Walk to Read.' Students are raising funds to make improvements and additions to their
Library. Pictured are the high school students at Chapin Station park.


Fifth-graders at Maxey Elementary participated in the Modern Woodmen oration contest and spoke on the
topic 'My State.' In the back row are Ms. Summerville, 5th-grade teacher (left), and Ms. Preston, the speech
coach from Always Truth Inc.' The 12 finalists were, I-r: front, Jakedrick Wright, Se'sha Vaughn, Brett Blan-
chard, Devin Marie Richmond (1st place), Jeinina Deonarine, Kirt Singh; middle, Carvin Vaughn (3rd place),
Alicia Crowley, Ashley Revel, Iris Velez and Glenda Phillip. Not pictured: Ebonie Thrower, who came in 2nd.


SDr. Phillips High
Class of 1996
The Dr. Phillips High School Class
of 1996 is planning its 10-year re-
union for May 13. It will take place
from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Hilton
Walt Disnev World in Lake Buena
Vista.
The cost is $86 per person and in-
cludes dinner, a disc jockey an open
Sbar from 7-8 p.m. and more. The cost
increases to $91 on April 21.
.. To purchase tickets or register for
the reunion, go to reunionmakers.com
or call 800-977-6201.

West Orange High
Class of 1996
i The West Orange High School
Class of 1996 is holding its 10-year
Reunion Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Or-
ange County National Golf and
5 Lodge.
For more information, call Jill Fre-
mont at 352-243-4619 or e-mail fre-
Smontj@earthlink.net.


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,Itys that time again!







A special tribute to the graduating seniors from Ocoee High,
West Orange High, Olympia High, Dr. Pnillips High, Westside
Tech, Calvary Baptist Christian School, Central Florida Prep, Cen-
tral Florida Christian Academy, West Oaks Academy, Montverde
Academy, First Academy, Foundation Academy
and Crenshaw School.
..This special.section will be published May 18th, 2006
and.includes class photos, lists of graduates and greeting ads.
Friends & families can reserve space for their greeting ads now.
Please submit your ad no laler than MAY 10'", 2006
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Talent show auditorium. This will be a fun family night
Windermere Elementary is holding for the students, family and community.
its first Talent Show May 20 at 6 p.m. Applications are currently being ac-
at the Windermere Community Church cepted, and auditions are scheduled for


April 28. Dress rehearsal is Friday
evening, May 19.
For more information, call Emi Macke-
don, committee chair, at 407-876-8768.


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16B The West Orange Times Thursday, April 20, 2006


Ocoee-High


It was a full house in the Ocoee High cafeteria as prospective students learned about the opportunities for
extra-curricular activities during the school's open house last week.


Spring Lake held its second literary circle last November. Among those'participating in the event are stu-
dents Brian Mendez, Hailey Price, Derek Verhoest, Nicole Steffey, Cooper Mullens, Celina Navarro, Yesse-
nia DeJesus, Stephanie Denmark, Ilyana Adame, Sebastian Gonzalez, Jeremiah Ortiz, Maddasun Le-
bruno, Jonathan Torres, Pamela Duffina, Jesus Rosas, Shaun Kallner, Kathryn Boyer, Courtnie Haar,
Camila Cuzzilla, Kimberly Serrano, Carter Acton, Jonas Branham, Jessica Dizonna, Yesenia Garcia,'Cathy
Henderson, Julissa Rodriguez, Joshua Haar, Andreas Breemen, Maribel Miranda, Jo Stillinger and Shyrisse
Ramos.


Oalad vnu Care


SStudents from the Ocoee High School Building Construction Technology Program were treated to a pizza
Party and recognized on the school marquee for their efforts in building the castle (below) that won Best Camp-
Ssite Theme at this year's Relay For Life at West Orange High. Students designed, built, painted and trans-
ported the 60-by-12-foot castle in 5 days.

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Students from Oakland Avenue Charter School recently enjoyed a day exploring the Orlando Science Cen-
ter. Fourth-graders (1-r) Zachary Johnson, Mark Drennen, Austin Sharman, Justin Ivey and Daniel,Evans
enjoyed hands-on activities during the field trip.


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. ;coee High open house
SOcoee High School recently host-
'ed an open house for incoming fresh-
.men, who are currently in Ihe process
of registering for the next school year.
The event included an activities fair,
an informational presentation in the
performing arts center and a campus
More than 700 guests attended
tKe-eaffair.
,.As they entered the courtyard,
.'uqsts were greeted with the OHS jazz
I iRd performing a medley of songs.
.TLe students and their parents visit-
ed booths describing the elective and
*txtra-curricular activities available-at
: coee High. The girls choir ensemble
.re'eted the guests with song as they
'entered the performing arts center for
r -informational meeting with school
dance counselors.
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Dancers excel
The first-year dance program stu-
dents at Ocoee High attended a com-
petition recently that usually only has
participants from well-established
dance studios. The Ocoee group was
highly praised by the people in charge
of the competition and by Ihe judges
for Deing well disciplined, friendly and
a breathh of fresh air." The OHS dance
director is Kimmy Keck.
Here are the awards won by the
OHS dancers: High Gold in the Hip
Hop Large Group Competition (chore-
ography by Cassie Gonzalez); High
Gold and Top Overall Score in bolh
the Lyrical Large Group Competition
and the Modern Large Group Com-
petition (choreography by the school's
foreign exchange student. Kate Nal-
imova): High Gold in Pro-Am Duet


Character; Platinum in Sr. Duet Mod-
ern; Platinum, third place Overall Top
Score and a special award for "Living
in Ihe Moment" in Sr. Wild Card Trino
(bid to World Finals).,
Other solo awards included Sr. Pho-
togenic Award (bid to World Finals);
Gold Teen Character Solo; High Gold
Solos in the Sr. Wild Card and Teen
Modern categories: Platinum Solos in
Ihe Sr. Modern, Pro-Am'Modern and
Pro-Am Wild Card; Most Dramatic Per-
formance; Top Overall Recreational
Teen Solo Score (Jolyne Lowery); Top
Overall Recreational Sr. Solo Score
(Nalimova); and Top Overall Pro-Am
Performance Score.
Everyone is invited to the end-of-
year dance show in the school audi-
torium May 2 and 3 at 7 p.m.


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Chain of Lakes Middle 8th-grader Julie Chabot (left) won 1st place in
the Level 2 Modem Woodmen School Speech Contest held at West Creek
Elementary. The topic of this year's contest was 'My State.' Julie's
speech included interviews with famous Florida natives. She will com-
pete in the Level 3 competition April 28 at 9 a.m. at the Educational
Leadership Center. Third-place winner is 6th-graderTess Fielder. The
school looks forward to seeing her compete in the contest again in the
7-th and 8th grades.


GothaMiddl


County math winners
Twelve Gotha Middle School stu-
dents participated in the Orange Coun-
ty Math Contest on April 6 and were
awarded the third-place trophy. The
athletes participated in an individual
competition, as well as the following
three team rounds: problem solving,
relay race and construction.
Gotha students were presented first-
,second- or third-place ribbons for their
performance in each round of the con-
test. The school congratulates the par-


ticipants.
Team A: Laurel Dexter, Katie Gun-
ther, Melissa Jones and Krista Petkov
(third place in construction, second in
relay race and first in problem solving).
Team B: Jonathan Chin, Josh Feld-
man, Allen Kupetz and Troy Ramos
(second in relay race and first in prob-
lem solving).
Team C: Sean Casey, Brian Con-
nelly, Ayan Nasir and Nick Vinson (first
in construction and first in problem solv-
ing).


MURPHY KENNEDY


Disney Dreamer and Doer
Murphy Kennedy has been .select-
ed by Southwest Middle School to be
this year's recipient of the Disney
Dreamer and Doer Award. She is an
eighth-grader and was nominated by
Jill Micolupo, S.A.F.E. coordinator at
Southwest.
She said: "Murphy is an outstanding
student. She is very caring, dependable
and always available and helpful. Mur-
phy demonstrates good character and
is a role model for her peers."
In addition to being a straight-A stu-
dent, Kennedy has been a peer mej
diatbr for two years, is a Southwest
singer, has performed in several
school plays, works with students in'
the TMH Program and has received
the ET, Extra Terrific Student Award.
The top 100 Disney Dreamers and
Doers from Central Florida's elemen-
tary, middle and high schools will be in-
vited to a special ceremony to mark
their achievement.


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Thursday, April 20, 2006 The West Orange Times 7B


TlWest Orange Hi


In attendance at the countywide business awards (l-r): Ryan Rupnarain, WOHS Assistant Principal James
Larsen and Alexzan Daswani.


Fifth-grade students from Ocoee Elementary recently had the chance to demonstrate their public speak-
ing skills and take pride in their personal accomplishments. The students took part in a speech contest
sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America. The topic was 'My State.' Pictured are (I-r): Dustin Wamsley,
3rd place; Courtney Stauffer, 2nd place; Mrs. Castle; Corey Satterwhite, 1st place; and Ms. Zemaitis. Each
received a trophy and a gold award pin. The other participants were Nick Moy, Conor Bailiff, Austin Ham-
monds, Juanita Estrada, Chris Wilson, Caitlin Flounders and Antonette Pargeon. They received certificates
for their hard work.


WOHS students honored
West Orange High students Alexzan
Daswani and Ryan Rupnarain were
honored recently by the Orange Coun-
ty Business Technology Education As-
sociation (OCBTEA) as the Out-
standing Business Technology Stu-


dents of 2006.
The students were recognized
March 30 with an awards ceremony
* at the Educational Leadership Center.
OCBTEA President Carol Nason and
business technology program spe-
cialist Dr. Jody Bryant-Newman pre-


sented certificates to the students:
OCBTEA chose two business stu-
dents from each Orange County high
school. Of the many business .cours-
es offered at WOHS, Daswani has tak-
en seven and Rupnarain has taken
five.


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Whispering Oak Elementary held its oration contest last month. Students
were required to speak about what makes the state of Florida unique.
First-place winner Nicole Tanski (left) and Katelyn Erickson (center)
will advance to the next level of competition. Lexi Ellis (right) took 3rd
place.


West Orange Chamber of Commerce SOAR Award winner Kendra
Bailey and her teacher, Mrs. Hayes.


SOAR Award winner
Kendra Bailey was selected Dillard
Street Elementary's winner of the West
Orange Chamber of Commerce SOAR
Award. Each year, the Chamber spon-
sors this award in which students from
each area school are selected for their
good attitude toward school, teachers
and peers; above-average attendance;
Cooperative and courteous spirit; self-


motivation concerning school and ca-
reer goals; willingness to share knowl-
edge with others; responsibility; and
Dependability.
Field Day and holiday
Field Day at Dillard is this Thursday,
April 20. All parents are invited to come
out to panicipate with their child's class.
Friday, April 21, is a school holiday.
.


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Kyle Connell, a 4th-grader at Bay Meadows Elementary, won the'Or-
ange County Library Contest titled 'How the Library Changed My World!'
The announcement was made recently at the downtown library. ,His
family and teacher, Lisa Carvajal, proudly attended the awards cere-
mony. Connell wrote an essay and, taking the advice taught earlier in
the year, twisted it into a narrative. The school hopes to make his sto-
.ry available on its Web site soon. He received a globe and a kit from
around the world.


Each year the 5th-grade students of Citrus Elementary participate in the
Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program (DARE). This program
gives students the skills needed to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs
and violence. The lessons are taught by specially trained police officers.
Students write an essay of approximately 200 words telling about spe-
cific points they have learned during their DARE classes. The top 2
essays at the DARE graduation ceremony this year were written by
Igor Baez and Eddie Watkins of Mr. Renna's 5th-grade class.


Lak Whtne


The children in Mrs. Smith's PK-3 class at St. Andrew Catholic School
studied dinosaurs in their pre-history and geology class. They also
studied the letter D for the week. Mr. Waters, a parent, dressed up like
a dinosaur and read a story to the students. They were amazed how
friendly a dinosaur can be.


It's that time again!

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Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange Counfy Head Start pro-
gram is enrolling preschoolers ages
3-5.
Parents can register at 407-654-
5161.


Awana Club
The Awana Club program for ages
3 (by Sept. 1) through sixth grade
meets Sunday nights from 5:30-7 at
Beulah Baptist Church, 671 Beulah
Road, in Winter Garden. Call 407-
656-3342.


Angelina Ballerina Camp
Swan Lake Ballerina Camp


Two Lake Whitney Elementary students will compete in the district
competition for the Modern Woodsmen of America Oration Contest.
The 1st- and 2nd-place winners will present their speeches at Ocoee
Middle this week. The topic was 'My State.' Students were asked to
share information about what makes their state unique and special.
Oration winners are (l-r): Shelby Burns, 1st place; Kyle McLaughlin,
2nd place; and Killian Stingle, 3rd'place.


A special tribute to the graduating seniors from Ocoee High,
West Orange High, Olympia High, Dr. Phillips High, Westside
STech,'Calvary Baptist Christian School, Central Florida Prep, Cen-
tral Florida Christian Academy. West Oaks Academy. Monrverde
Academy, First Academy. Foundation Academy
*', and Crenshaw School.
This special section will be published May 18th, 2006
Sand Includes class photos, lists of graduates and greeting ads.
Friends & families can reserve space for their greeting ads now.
Please submit your ad no later than MAY 10'", 2006


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Magic recognize schools for efforts in fighting childhood obesity
Today, about'16 percent of all steps to end this epidemic by par- hard work, the TD Waterhouse Hawks, and the top performing
children and teens in the United ticipating in the American Heart gave the participating schools the schools were invited down to th
States are overweight, according Association's Jump Rope For Heart opportunity. to be part of an after- basketball court for recognition b
to the Centers for Disease Control and Hoops For Heart programs. noon of fun activities, such as bas- the Orlando Magic during halftime
and Prevention. In addition to poor These programs encourage phys- ketball dribbling, jump rope con- Those recognized on the coui
nutrition, physical inactivity is a ical activity and help children form tests and relay races. Select stu- were Windermere Preparator
major culprit of childhood obesi- other heart-healthy habits. They dents also had the opportunity to School from Orange County, Lak


Last week, approximately 1,000
students, parents and teachers from
across Central Florida were hon-
ored by the Orlando Magic at the
TD Waterhouse Centre for taking


also teach students about teamwork
and community service, with the
proceeds from these fund-raising
programs going to heart disease
and stroke research.
I: n recognition for the students'


hmgn-fve some of the DasKerball
stars.
In the evening, all participating
students were invited to attend the
basketball game between the Or-
lando Magic and Seattle Sea


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Orienta Elementary in Seminole
County, Spruce Creek Elementary
in Volusia County, Celebration El-
ementary in Osceola CouAty and
Indialantic Elementary in Brevard
County.


LMS Guardian
Angels need
supplies, clothes
The Guardian Angel Pro-
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School is in need of basic
school supplies and some
clothing to help needy stu-
dents.
For more information, call
407-877-5010.


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Duke TIP recognition
-,.Michael Reynolds, a seventh-grade
student at Humphreys Junior High,
qualified for state recognition in the
Duke University Talent Identification
Program. He and his family will attend
a banquet May 11 at the University of
Florida, where ne and other students
Will be honored.
'The TIP program invites students
wo score in the. top 95th percentile
on a standardized test in 6th grade to
,take the SAT or ACT when they are
-seventh-graders. Five students from
HJHS qualified and took the SAT in
January. Alex Aders, Davis Hall, An-
drew Kincaid, Kaitlyn Steward and
Reynolds all earned excellent scores;
In order to qualify for state recogni-
tion,' a student must score more than
5t0 on any one section of the lest.
SReynolds qualified in both areas -
Smath and critical reading quite a
feat for a seventh-grader.
He is home-schooled by his moth-
er, Nancy Reynolds, and attends aca-
demic classes at HJHS one day a
;wpek. Each fall Mrs. Humphreys con-
ducts a special SAT prep class for her
students who qualify for Duke TIP.
She said: "I am so proud of all of my
students and, especially, Michael. He
is-the kind of student every teacher
dfbams.of having in class, and he cer-
tajnly deserves this high honor."

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Soar Award
Lakeview Middle's SOAR Award
winner if Natalie Gonzalez. She is on
the All Star Team and has a great at-
titude toward school. She is also an
active member of the Beta Club, Stu-
dent Council, National Junior Honor
Society and band.
The education committee of the
West Orange Chamber of Commerce
sponsors this award Students of
Achievement and Renown to rec-
ognize students who have shown ini-
tiative, good citizenship, commitment
and personal growth in the classroom.



Ocoee High School
to hold SAC meeting
The Ocoee High School
Advisory Council will meet
Monday. NMay I. at 7 p.m. in
the media center. On the agen-
da is a discussion of expendi-
ture of funds.




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laboratory, foreign language,
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Announcements

CLASSIC ROCK& VARI-
ET band for hire-"LAST
CHANCE" Call Jim @
4071697-0224. 5/25jb

COURT ORDERED AUC-
TION, 245 +/- acres- divid-
ed, recreational & timber
land;- Monroe County, GA.
Fri. May 5, 1:00pm. Rowell
Auc'ions, Inc. 800/323-
8388. 10% buyers premium.
GAt AU C002594.
v.w rowellauctions corm.
fcan20

LAND AUCTION. CEN-
TRAL Florida acreage
lOaRi, Sat., April 22, Hard-
ee county, FL. 320 +/-acres
in 1l parcels. Higgenboth-
am Auctioneers M.E.
Higgenbotham. CAI FL. Lic.
# AU305/AB158.
w\ a,.higgenbotham corn.
800/257-4161. fcan20

ONE CALL STANDS BE-
TWEEN YOUR business
and millions of potential cus-
tomers Place your ad for lust
$456 i'25 words) $O ,each
additional word and your ad.
will be placed in 150 papers
Call The West Orange
Times at -07/656-2121 and
ask Jackie about placing an
ad thru Florida Classified
Adlertisinp Network rfn

030'
Personals

H:flT ELK, RED stag,
whitetail, buffalo, fallow.
Guaranteed hunting license
$5. Season 8/25/06-3/31/07.
We have a no-game/no pay
policy. Book now! Days
S314/209-9800: evenings
31-1/293-0610. ican20

IS STRESS RUINING jori
relanonships? Buy and read
Dianetics by L Ron Hub-
bard Call 813/872-0722 or
sent $8 to Dianetics. 3102
N. Habana Ase.. Tampa, FL
33607. fcan20

MEALS ON WHEELS is
looking for volunteers for
Winter Garden area. Please
call Madeline 407/654-5161
ext. 28 or 407/295-9248.
5/1 Ims

MONEY TO LEND.
Builder, commercial and
muxed use. All credit grades.
321/273-9438. 4/20cms

035
Schools and
Instruction

AMERICA'S'' DRIVING
ACADEMY. Start your
dnving career Offering
courses in CDL A. One ru-
iton fee. Many payment op-
tions: No registration fee.
888/808-5947. ihfo@'amer-
icasdri ing academy.com.
fcan20

EARN DEGREE ONLINE
from home. Medical. Busi-
ness, Paralegal, computers,
cnminal justice. job place-
ment assistance. Computer
& financial aid if qualif..
866/858-2121. www.on-
lnetidewatertech.com.
fcan20

ENROLLING TWO.
THREE and four year old
children for Glad Tidings
Pre-School. Hands on activ-
ities, designed for all learn-
ing styles. Call 407/656-
4140 for more information.
Efngtps

040
Business
Opportunities

A CASH COW! 90 VEND-
ING MACHINE
UNITS/YOU OK LOCA-
TIONS. ENTIRE BUSI-
NESS-$10,970. HURRY!
800/836-3464 #BO2428.
4/20sag

ALL CASH CANDY route.
Do you earn $800/day? 30
machines, free candy. All for
$9,995. 888/629-9968.
SBO2000033. Call us. We
will not be undersold. fcan20

INVESTTNi REAL Estate.
Yodr credit, our money.
www.JPSInvestments-
Group.com. 321/299-6100.
8/31sp


RECEIVE POTENTIAL
CHECKS of $3200-
$4800/month. in 60-90 days.
A 20-40 year earning on
your 40-k investment Oil &
Gas. 888/722-5790. fcan20

WELL ESTABLISHED
BRIDAL/evening wear.
Central Florida Local & In-
ternanonal cents. Growing
171 -20/yr $595,000+ in-
\entory Nets $300k. Fi-
nancing available. See pic-
tures at ww .floridacapi-
tal.com. Agent 941/924-
2378. fcan20

070
Lost and Found

FOUND: PHOTO ALBUM
belonging to Joyce Antho-
ny. Anyone having contact
info please call The West Or-
ange Times @ 407/656-
2121 ask for Jackie. tfn

FOUND: DOG. Mostly
black, fox like, med. size.
Female. Ocoee.- No tags.
407/654-7486. 4/20fa

LOST: LADY'S BLACK
purse. Has passport, green
card. $'s & personals.
321/231-1200. 4/20fa





100
General Office

CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES.
Winter Garden FT. pre i-
ous call center/customer ser-
vice experience req'd. Exc.
computer skills, detail &
deadline oriented. Team
player. Fax or e-mail resume
407/654-8451 or parn-
cial @djbimports.com tfnd-
lb

CUSTOMER SERVICE
,REP. Computerphone skills.
'FT/PT. Great opportunity.
Local company. Flex. hrs.
407/877-5657 4/20|r

FULL CHARGE BOOK-
KEEPER Full time book-
keeper for mtg. company.
Must hate experience in
bookkeeping thru P & L. Re-
sponsibility includes month-
ly, quarterly and annual tax
returns. Some phone duties
Full time with excellent ben-
efits. Drug Free Workplace
Winter Garden area. Send
resume to 407/877-8610.Ap-
pointment: 407/656-7771.
4/20cmd

RECEPTION FRONT
DESK FOR REAL ES-".
STATE OFFICE.Lookingfb6
reliability 1le'asant clear
yoice, with some admims-
tranve skills. Start tomorrow.-
Come grow with our com-
pany. E-mail to
elite21@bellsouth.net or
leave message @ 407/472-
1836. 4/20c21ep

105
SDomestic

FULL AND PART time
cleaning homes. No nights
or weekends. Excellent pay
play includes paid traimng,
paid tra\ el time, and paid va-
cation. Join the Clean Team.
Call Ken at Better Home
Cleaning 407/290-6188.
5/1 Iks

HOME CLEANERS
NEEDED. $180 P/T-up to
$360+ FIT. Your area. Car.
phone. English required.
Anna's Housekeeping, since
1991. 407/447-1451.
4/27ahp

MOLLY MAID-FAMILY
fnendly hours. No nights,
weekends or holidays.
Transportation to customers
homes, uniforms and benefits
provided. Call 407/877-
0184. 5/4mm

NANN'Y/HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED. Car required, re-


GENERAL:
010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
030 PERSONALS
0-0 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
090 MISCELLANEOUS
EMPLOYMENT:
100 GENERAL OFFICE
105 DOMESTIC
110 CRAFT.SKILLS'TRADE
120 LABOR
130 MEDICAL
132 LEGAL
135 PROFESSIONAL
'136 ;RELIGIOUS
140 RESTAURANT/HOTEL/MOTEL
150 RETAIL
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY
160 MISCELLANEOUS
165 PART-TIME
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


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


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


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


FO LSIIED3DS ALL40-66211 AX 0765-67 3DEDLNE UEDA 1A


liable, loves to clean & be
with kids. Tues.-Sat, 12:00-
8:00 pm. $300/wk. Ocoee
area. 407/466-8244.4/20md

PROFESSIONAL HOUSE-
CLEANING. $9.50-
$12.00/hr. M-F., No week-
ends or nights. EACH per-
son must hase an insured ve-
hicle English required.
Weekly pay. Call 407/877-
7738 after 9am. 5/4cc

110
Crafts/Skills/
Trade

APPLLANCE DELIVERY
DRIVER & Installer need-
ed. CDL, good dn ilng
record, drug-free required;
iCall Anthony at 407/295-
4489 4/20aa

CARPENTERS &
HELPERS, steady work in
W. Orange area. Trans-
portation available. Call
407/579-9277 4/27fkc

CDL "A" DRIVERS. Honey
Transport hiring OTR and
local drivers 2 yrs. OTR
exp required. Great equip
and benefits Call John @'
888/966-2953. 6/lht

CENTRAL FLORIDA
READY MIX. Concrete de-
livery company now hiring
expenenced Class B dnvers
Competitive wages and
commissions Call 352/394-
1878 tfncfrm

DON ALLEN TIRE & Au-
tomotive is looking for de-
,ipendable. experienced line
'techs. Must have own trans-
Sportation & tools. 407/877-
.2131. 4/20dai

DRIVERS-BE IN demand.
Plent :'of freight. Many
homnetine o0itibns Low cost
CDLI raining avail. 100%
tuition reimbursement
800/231-5209. www'v.Swfit-
TruckingJobs.com fcan20

DRIVERS-CDL A Home
weekends. Special orienta-
tion pay for experienced
drivers. Great pay & bene-
fits. Paid training for school
grads Cypress Truck Lines,
Inc. vww, c)presstruck.com.
888/808-5846. fcan20

DRIVERS-CDL A. True
lease to own program. Low
payments/short term lease.
Asg. $1.1 I/mile plus fuel
surcharge No hazmat. No
forced dispatch. FFE Trans-
portation 888/864-0012.
fcan20

DRIVERS: GREAT HOME
Time! Excellent Pay/Bene-
fits! CDL-A, 2 years OTR
with HazMat. Deland. FL.
800/348-3103 4/20aa

DRIVER NEEDED FOR
growing Lake count)' busi-
ness. Good driving record,
lifting and unloading re-
quired Delvery area isCen-
tral Florida-no overnight.
Competitive pay and bene-
fits. Please call 352/429-


8599. 4/20woldd

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

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

EXPERIENCED
CARHAULERS WANT-
ED United Road is open-
ing a terminal in Brunswick,
GA. Competitive pay. Out-
standing benefits. Excellent
home time. 800/221-5127,
ext. 186. ask for John.
fcan20

EXP. CLASS A drivers. In
state food setr ic dcliesr).
Sun/Fri. nights Lifting re-
quired. Food service or bev-
erage ep. a plus $500 sign-
mg bonus Accuracy bonus.
401k, pd. holidays & vaca-
tions. Call Nicole @' Kelly
Foods, Winter Garden.
407/654-0500. tfnkfl

FIELD TECHNICIANS.
Electric meter change-out
field technicians are needed
to work in the Apopka/Eu-
stis area. Starting salary
513.50-$15 00. Must have a
valid Florida dnver's license,
and pass a pre-employment
drug test and cnminal back-
ground check. Call 407/884-
0098 or submit your.resume
to UMS@asplundh.com.
UMS-EOE. 4/20ums
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FOUNDRY HELPER. AS-
SIST in molding aluminum
castings. Grinding and sand-
ing molds. Must be able to
lift up to 50 lbs. ull time'
% ith excellent benefits. Drug
Free Workplace. Winter
Garden area. Call 407/656-
7771 for appointment.
4/20cmd

GENERAL MAINTE-
NANCE & grounds. CDL
preferred. Inquire within.
Montverde Academy, CR
455. Monrverde. 4/20ma

GOLF COURSE WORK-
ER FT/PT work. Apply in
person: 2501 McKinnon.
Windermere. Golf pnmleges
available. Hrs. Sam-lpm.
407/876-1814 tfnwcc

GREENHOUSE/NURS-
ERY WORKER to help
maintain plants at UF/IFAS
Horticultural Research Ctr.
in Apopka.Call Dr. Stamps
at407/884-2034 EOE/AAE
4,-l'Oulf

HEAVY TOW-TRUCK op-
erator. Experience req'd
Class A CDL required. Ap-
ply m person. 500 Wlmer
A'e. ttnjw

INSTALLERS, SERVICE
TECHNICL-NS, and Lam-
Inators wanted. Growing
Clermont area Kitchen and
Bath Cabinet Company is
currently seeking immediate
hire for the following posi-
tions. Installers. Service
Technicians, and Laminators
for production shop. Appli-
cant needs t.- be self-moti-
vated and experienced in
their trade. Company offers
good salary. medical bene-
fits. 401k and bonus. Please
send resume to: Fax


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Professional Team!
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Excellent lay and benefits.
5 days a week. Great work
environment. In business for 34 yrs.
Call

407-293-0723


352/394-7944 or E-mail
Georgia@margaretwood-
craft.com. 4/20mwi

IRRIGATION FOREMAN
FOR landscape construction
company. Responsibilities
include new installation,
troubleshooting, repair, &
retro fit of commercial irri-
gation systems. Must be able
to read blueprints.Valid Fl.
drivers license required.
Salary based on experience.
Generous incentive program.
Full benefits. Contact Eric
Brooks @ 407/832-0211 or
fax resume to 407/886-6447
or e-mail resume to dora-
land @mindspring.com. 4/20

JOB CRAFTERS. INC.
Now hiring. Fust class ship-
yard trades: Pipe fitters,
structural fitters, structural
welders. Work in FL., AL.
over time + per diem. Up to
$23./hour. Toll free:
800/371-7504. Phone:
251/433-1270 Fax #
25-1/133.0018 iean20


LAWN TECHNICIAN, IM-
MEDIATE opening, up to
35k plus bonus, health ins.,
pension plan, flexible work
hrs., motorized equip. No
. pushing spreaders, weekends
off407/654-1122. 4/20ffl\

LEAD OPERATOR. WE
will train you on our laser
engraving machine. Must be
reliable, & have good atten-
tion to detail. You will be re-
sponsible for supervising up
to 4 employees in produc-
tion operations 1 yr. super-
visory exp: preferred. F/T
w/benefits; Please fax work
history to Mr. Wehmeier
407/654-8451. tfndjb

NEED EXPERIENCED
ALUMINUMN handrail in-
stallers and core drillers for
large multi-story commer-
cial projects in central Flori-
da. 239/877-5129 or south-
ernraiing@aol.com. 5/4tr

PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS NEEDED For Il &
2ndshifts in W G are'. FIT


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w/benefits. Fax 407/654-
8451. tfndjb

RESIDENTIAL GARAGE
DOOR/installer. Will train.
Must have own tools and
truck with rack or trailer by
end of training. Piece work
plus benefits. Call 407/884-
5955. 4/27fds

TEAK ISLE, INC. a manu-
facturer of quality marine ac-
cessories is in need of a
Welder for full-time day
shift eiiployment. This po-
sition would perform all
facets of welding and/or fab-
ricating aluminum frames,
squaring and measuring to
assure .frames are proper
length and width, fit and as-
semble parts by clamping or
tack welding in preparation
for welding. Excellent ben-
efits for full-time employ-
ees. We are a drug-free
workplace. Apply in person
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to
4 pm at 401 Capitol Court,
Ocoee. 4/20timi

TEAK ISLE, INC. A MAN-
UFACTURER OF QUAL-
ITY MARINE ACCES-
SORIES. Is in need of full
time employees for night
shift. Cabinet Builders, Fast
growing company provides
hard workers with opportu-
nity for advancement.
Woodworking and assembly
skills preferred. We are a
Drug Free Workplace. Ap-
ply in person Monday to Fri-
day 8:30 am to 4 30 pm at
401 Capitol Ct.;Ocoee or fax
resume to 407/656-2344.
4/20ti

WELDER. NEEDED FOR'
conveyor mfg. company.
Must be experienced in all
phases of welding- Alu-
minum. stainless steel. mild
steel. Nig & Tig \welding.
Full time with excellent ben-
efits Drug Free Workplace.
Winter Garden area. Send
resume to 407/656-6230.
A.ppoiniment 407/656-


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expanding lower school program. Founded in 1912. Mo
an independent, coeducational, college preparatory boar
school (PK3-12) situated on 125 acres adjacent to Lake Fl
Florida. Expanding on its 25 million dollar campus. Mon
begun construction on a new 4 million dollar lower scho
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Elementary/Middle School Phys Ed. I

Upper School Mathematics Instr

ESL Instructor

School Nurse

6th Grade Instructor

Dorm Parent for Girls Dorm


Qualifications:
Certified in elementary education
Florida Certificate required for teaching p
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Competitive salary commensurate with cou
Small class size of 20
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130
Medical

ANGELS SEEKING AN-
GELS. Experienced care
givers for private duty in el-
derly clients homes. Seek-
ing AM/PM/Weekends & 24
hr. help throughout Lake
County. Lic # HC5228175,
background check. Visiting
Angels 352/241-6400.
5/11va

CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
SEEKING F/T Insurance
Verification position. Fax re-
sume to 352/394-0122.
4/20df

DIETARY AIDE, FT. Qual-
ity Health Care Center, a
120-bed skilled nursing fa-
cility, is looking for a full-
time Dietary Aide to join our
Dietary team. Experience is
preferred. Apply in person
at 12751 West Colonial
Drive in Winter Garden, one
mile west of the Toll Road
429 & the Turnpike. We
check references and drug
test. EOE, Drug Free Work-
place. 4/20qhc

EXPERIENCED DEN-
TAL/ORTHO Asst. Exc.
benefits with a very com-
petitive salary. Hard work-
ing, team oriented individu-
als needed. 1 yr. exp. a must.
Fax resume 407/909-3004.
4/20dro

HEALTHCARE. LPN &
CNA's for assisted living
community. Apply in per-
son: Golden Pond Commu-
nities, 406 Lakevtew Rd.,
Winter Garden. 4/20gpc

MEDICAL ASST. &
FRONT desk receptionist
needed at busy family med-
ical practice. Contact Office
Mgr. 407/877-3577.4/20dm

THERAPISTS WANTED-


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2C The West Orange Times Thursday, April 20, 2006


LICENSED SLPS in Mia-
mi-Dade and Broward coun-
ties. Bilingual a plus. Per
diem & F/T. Bilinguals Inc.
Child & Parent Services.
866/696-0099 x 103.
www.bilingualsinc.com.
fcan20

135
Professional

EXPERIENCED PRE-
SCHOOL teacher needed in
a 3 yr..old class in Winder-
mere. 20 hrs. p/week. Mon.-
Fri. CDA or degree a plus.
Call 407/909-0464 for more
information. 4/27kc

MARKETING POSITIONS
AVAILABLE with growing
weekly newspaper. Adver-
tising, Internet and Circula-
tion. Send resume to The
West Orange Times, 720 S.
Dillard St., Winter Garden,
FL. 34787 or fax to 407/656-
6075 or e-mail andrewbai-
ley@wotimes.com. tfn

OAKLAND LUXURY DE-
POT hiring 4 sales people!!
Soon 100 cars & trucks in
inventory to sell from major
lenders. Backed by new car
financing. Advertising bud-
get, benefits, good quality of
life. Have fun & make mon-
ey. Apply in person, 16415
W. Colonial Dr., Oakland.
4/20old


SALES AGENT. Company
seeks motivated self starter
with professional image.
Tremendous income poten-
tial. Salary + commission.
Call 407/886-9907 for an
appt. 4/20nmc

WANTED EXPERIENCED
LOAN Officer for growing
mortgage broker business.
Send resume to Contempo-
rary Mortgage-Winter Gar-
den branch. Fax: 407/656-
1358; e-mail:
thalliday @ contemporary-
mortgage.com. 4/20cms

$5,500 WEEKLY GOAL
potential. If someone did it,
so can you. 2-3 confirmed
appointments daily. Benefits
available. Cal Catherine Mc-
Farland 888/563-3188.
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Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

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

FOOD & BEVERAGE
managers. MMI Dining Sys-
tems seeks restaurant or asst.
managers for multiple club,
college and restaurant oper-
ations in Mississippi and


Florida. Juipstart your
Foodservice Mgmt. career,
Competitive sal. & benefits,
plus free stay at company-
owned hotels! Send resume
online: HR@mmiemail.com.
Fax: 601/939-5685, or mail:
MMI HR Dept., 1000 Red
Fern PI., Flowood, MS.
39232. EOE, ADA, drug-
free workplace employer.
fcan20

SALES MGR.- Roy's
Restaurant, Orlando. Resp:
Grp. dining & events, write
sales budget, local mktg. &
networking. Req:.BA or
equip, in Mgmt. or Hospit.
& Tourism Admin or rel.
field. 1 yr. exp. in job offered
or 1 yr. rest/hotel mgmt. exp.
Must incl. PR. Comp. prof,
40 hr/wk. Res:
Orlando@roysrestaurant.com
S4/20rr

WORKING KITCHEN SU-
PERVISOR. Experience re-
q'd: Deli Cook, Cashier,
good pay. Mon.-Fri. Food
service at Auto Auction.
407/947-6327 for an appt.
tfnafs.

P/T. COUNTRY CLUB
servers. Banquet staff & line
cooks. Expereinced only.
Call 407/876-1112 ext. 213.
5/4wcc


155
Health & Beauty
HAIR IN YOUR home.
Exp. hair stylist will come
to you. Perms, color, haircut
& blowdry, highlighting.
Reasonable rates. 407/876-
0555. 4/201c

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

160
Gral. Employment







Camp Counselor
Art Instructor
Lifeguard
Swim Instructor
Pool Manager
Water Safety Instructor
Additional openings and
applications are available
online at www.cwgdn.com
or apply in person at
City Hall 251
W. Plant St. Winter
Garden, F 34787
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Bldg. Inspector I & II
Police Officer
Public Service Worker
Utility Inspector II
Wastewater Treatment
Plant Trainee
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.




Base Plus Commission,
Bonuses, and Spiffs.
Flexible Hours.
Great Work Environ-
ment. Experience
Necessary.
Spanish a plus.
Call New Business
Service at
407-877-8865


A COOL TRAVEL job.
Now hiring (18-24 posi-



tions). Guys/gals to work
and travel entire USA. Pd.
training, transportation, lodg-
ing furnished. Call today,
start today. 877/646-5050.
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CARPET CLEANING
TECH. No exp. 407/292-
4636. 4/20 3d

FREE JOB POSTINGS!
Free resume postings.
http://Jobs711.com. fcan20

165
Part-Time

CLEANING PERSON
NEEDED. 25 hrs. p/wk.
407/656-4140. 4/20gp

EXPERIENCED SEW-
ER/SEAMSTRESS needed,
to create simple serged pillow
covers with invisible zippers.
Each takes only a few min-
utes to sew. Piece work pays
$2/per cover. Ability to
make upwards of $20/hr. If
you have a serger and
sewing machine this work
can be done in the conve-
nience of your own home.
Otherwise, we have every-
thing you need to work with
us. Materials are provided
pre-cut. Need for 50-150 pcs.
weekly. Please call 407/928-
2886. 4/20sf

INSURANCE AGENT,


P/T. to service existing
group insurance accounts.
Call Mark @ 407/877-1699.
4/27mb

PSI, A WINTER GARDEN
based telecommunications
company, needs a part-time
telephone refurbisher. This
position is flexible as to
hours/week days worked. In-
dividual will work in the re-
pair department assisting
with the cleaning and basic
repair of telephones. $7 per
hr. Interested personnel
should contact John. at
407/905-7845.4/20psi

RETAIL NEWSPAPER
DELIVERY/Promotion
available. 1-2 days per week.
Send resume to The West
Orange Times, 720 S. Dil-
lard St., Winter Garden, FL.
34787 or fax to 407/656-
6075 or e-mail andrewbai-
ley@wotimes.com. tfi




200
Items for Sale

BUILDING SALE. "Rock
Bottom Prices!" 20x30 now
$4100; 25x40 $6200; 30x50
$9800; 40x80 $18,400. Ex-
tensive range of sizes and
models. Front end optional.


Pioneer. 800/668-5422.
fcan20

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

DEMO HOMESITES
WANTED now. For the new
Kayak Pool. The above
ground pool with in-ground
features. Unique opportuni-
ty. Save up to $4,000. Call
866/348-7560. Free esti-
mates. Financing. fcan20

FOR SALE: BABY bed
w/mattress, .2 crib sheets,
baby walker. Very good
cond. Very little use. $100.
407/293-9250. 4/20ng
LAWNMOWER. TROY-
BILT. 21", 6.75hp, self-pro-
pelled, 1 yr. old. $185.
407/905-9855. 4/20bt

METAL ROOFING. SAVE
$$$ buy direct from manu-
facturer. 20 colors in stock
with all accessories. Quick
turn around. Delivery avail-
able. Toll free 888/393-0335.
fcan20

NAME BRAND BAS-
KETS. Moving, must sell
collection. 407/654-5054.
4/27rm


REDUCED!!! RUG. IN-
DIA 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. tfnjd
SOFA & LOVESEAT.
Light background with pas-
tel accents. Excellent condi-
tion. $300/both. 407/656-
6845 or 407/620-6307. tfnjb


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

ONE-DAY
BLOWOUT SALE!
Saturday, April 22
8:00am 4:00pm
Trinity Tile Group Orlando
4337 Dardanelle Drive
Orlando, FL 32808
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TREADMILL. BRAND
NEW. Sears Weslo Cadence
78E. Used very few times.
$220, obo. 407/739-2746.
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60's PIANO. KOBLER &
'"Campbell. Red oak. Good
'condition. $500, obo.
"'407/376-3130. 4/20rm
240
"- Garage/Yard
Sale
CROWN POINT SPRINGS
community Yard Sale. Win-
ter Garden off Fullers Cross
. _Rd., Sat., April 22, 8am till.
'-i/20ym
,':ARAGE SALE. 531 Mag-
'" nolia Street \%indermere
r, Fr 4/21 and Saturda .4/22

GARAGE SALE. Fri., Sat.
& Sunday. Clothing, house-
hold goods, display cases,
odds & ends. 128 E. Newell
St., W.G. 4/20dw
S,9GARAGE SALE. SAT.,
April 22, 8am-2pm. 2589
Cabernet Cr., Ocoee (Vine-
yard's sub). past Ocoee High
School. Lots of Everything.
"/i20fmc
GRACE WORSHIP CEN-
TER is having an indoor/out-


door Rummage Sale on
Thurs. & Friday, April 20th
& 21st. It will be from 7am
to 7pm. We have a stackable
washer and dryer, range,
clothes, 2 living room suites
and much more. We are lo-
cated at 1132 East Plant St.,
Winter Garden. 4/20gwc
MOVING SALE. NOW
thru April 23. Summerport,
5318 Segari Way. Wash-
er/dryer, 54" Sony TV. Oth-
er good stuff! 407/913-
0899. 4/20pc.
MOVING SALE: EVERY-
THING must go. Great
prices! Belloggetti ent. cen-
ter, crystal bowl, sofas (2),
.end tables (2), lamps (2),
Webgrill, bookcases (2).
Ocoee. 954/599-7121.
4/20pc
MULTI FAMILY YARD
sale. Lots of stuff + refrig-
erator, stove, washer & dish-
washer. 707 Crystal Dr.,
Ocoee. Sat., 8am-? 4/20ct
SAT., APRIL 22.7am-5pm,
13218 Shore Dr. (Suburban
Shores) W.G. Furniture,
household items, Christmas
decorations & much more.
407/877-3998. 4/20pc.
SAT., 4/22, 8am-2pm. 1431
Selbydon Way, W.G.


Stoneybrook West off 535.
Moving, lots of items for
sale. 4/20rm
SAT., APRIL 22.7am. 1466
Spring Ridge Cr. in Crown
Point Springs. Household,
mics. 4/20rs
SPRING CLEANING
YARD sale! Miscellaneous
household items, ladies and
children's clothes, toys, dolls,
CD's, kid's videos and more!
985 Tildenville School Rd.
(North of Hwy. 50 on 545,
also called Avalon Rd. off
of Plant St.-adjacent to
Tildenville Elementary
School). Friday, April 21
ONLY. 8am to 2pm.
407/877-6707. 4/20ka
5 FAMILY GARAGE sale.
Plus size clothes & lots of
goodies, cheap! 617 Glen-
view Dr. W.G. Fri. 4/21 &
Sat. 4/22.7:30-3pm. 4/20ks
280
Items Wanted
DONATIONS NEEDED!!
Helping Kids Thrift & Gift
needs your donations. We
will gladly accept your do-
nations of used furniture,
collectibles, household
items, books and gently,
worn clothing. We provide
financial assistance to The


Children's Wish Foundation
Sand The Center for Grieving
Children. We'd be happy to
pick up your donation. To
schedule a pick-up, please
call 407/648-8393. Your do-
nations help a child, tfn
WANTED TO BUY: Paper
money and old US coins.
Single coins, notes, accu-
mulations, entire collections.
Littleton Coin Company
Since 1945. Call 800/581-
2646, e-mail coinbuy@lit-
tletoncoin.com. Mention
code B8K520. fcan20


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

300
Animals
CHICKENS/DUCKS/RAB-
BITS of various breeds for.


sale. Sat., 8am till noon at
Winter Garden Feed Store.
Looking for something spe-
cial? Call 321/266-6885.
Cages available for sale.
4/20db
UNWANTED FARM ANI-
MALS. Will pick up and re-
move for free..352/793-
8576. 4/20db

380
Pet Services
& Supplies
SNAKE OWNERS. NEED
live food?? Rabbits, $10.
Rats, $3. 407/467-4707.
4/20db




400
Automobiles
1999 TOYOTA COROL-
LA, CE, good cond., A/C,
power windows, CD'player.
$5600, obo. 407/654-2007.
4/20cw
1993 TEAL CADILLAC
Deville sedan. 70,000 orig-
inal miles, all auto, new tires,
runs great. $4500, obo.
407/656-1183.5/11eb


440
RVs &
Motorhomes
EASY BED SOFA w/arms
& optional Easy Bed draw-
er $590, obo. Wrico Diesel
generator 4 cyl. Kubota
Diesel engine/Marathon 10k
watt generator 5127 hrs.-
well maintained, used in
converted bus application.
$3500, obo. Call 407/656-
3097 for details. 4/27hf
450
Motorcycles
2000 HONDA SHADOW
SABRE 1100 V-twin, black.
Custom Mustang seat and
hard cases. Only 3,950
miles. Exc. cond. Garage
kept. $5500, obo. 407/654-
7718. tfndd




528
Legal
ALL PERSONAL IN-
JURIES accident, wrongful
death auto, motorcycle,
truck, premise, product slip
.& fall, pedestrian, animal
bites. A-A-A Attorney Re-
ferral Service 800/733-5342,


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Available from Commercial News Providers"
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24 hrs., 100's of lawyers
statewide. fcan20
ARRESTED? ALL CRIM-
INAL defense. Felonies,
misdemeanors, state or fed-
eral charges, parole, proba-


tion, DUI, traffic tickets,
bond reduction. Private at-
torneys statewide, 24 hrs. A-
A-A Attorney Referral Svc.
800/733-5342. fcan20
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,
LLC. Established 1977.
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Required Chemicals
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SHRWN'S LawnService
SHAWN'S Installation of Sod. Mulch,
L JLAW NS & Plans., irees. Floer...
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French Drains
-7 -3647 Tree Trimming/Removal
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Electrical Services
Liahtnina Protection with Warranty & Generators


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FREE ElStimates
Mlan\ custorruzed colors & textures to choose from
Shawn Hudson 352-429-8961
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JAY'S QUALITY TREE SERVICE
Hurricane season is here! FREE Estimates
We're prepared.. Firewood
Are you?
TLicensed
SThinning & insured
* Topping -
* Trimming CALL JAY
* Removal 81805 Cell 407-948-1463
* Stump Grinding Office 407-880-2221

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RENOVATIONS & REMODELING
Bathruom & Kjtchbn Remodels. Cusonm Floorng (Stone,
Tile. Wood) Doors & Turm ,Cror n, Base). Drywall
Fimshing & Texrure Design Consultants on Staff
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530
Childcare

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

540
Cleaning

CENTRAL FLORIDA
COMMERCIAL and Resi-
dential Cleaning and Pres-
Ssure Washing Service. Qual-
Sity work at a reasonable
price. Licensed, Insured. Call
Clara or Shanna, 352/636-
5789. 4/27cfcr
CLEANING & LAUN-
DRY. Make your list! Intro-
ductory Special 4 hour reg-
ular cleaning- $64. Mon-
Wed. Anna'a Housekeeping
Personnel Services, Inc. Ser-
vicing Florida since 1991.
407/447-4663. 5/4ahp

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

560
Home
Improvement


WELL DRILL
PUMPS
Smith Brothers
Marshall Farms Rd.
OCOEE
656-5883 or
656-4394
SLicensed Bonded
SWater or no Pay .:
Servicing a11 oe Ceralil Fior.a.3


S.E. Dollen, Inc.
Winner Garden longest es-
tabished electrical con-
n aci:or ser mg
Central FL since 193
All Ser ice Techs are
LICENSED
Journe\ men and lMster
Electicians.
For professional results
and compenm\e rates cal
407-656-5818
EC 1300171


CROWN MOULDING,
TILE. bathroom repair. lam-
inate floonng, more.
Owned/operated by local
firefighter. 407/489-0116,
352/242-9265 tfnlcs

REPAIR, REMODEL.
RENOVATIONS & instal-
lation sern ices Call Handy-
roo's. Licensed/Insured.
407/340-1719. tfnnr

585
Miscellaneous

I CAN SUCCEED Business
Solutions Helping the small
business with solutions of-
Sfering answering service.
bookkeepmg, customer erse-
vice & ciencal. Let us help
you Call today 321/275-
3789.4/20kd

LOAN PROCESSING
SERVICES.' Reasonable
rates: Capitol Mortgage Ser-
vices. 407/656-8655.5/-4cms






600
Homes for Rent

OCOEE. 2/1, SCREENED
porch, store room. stove, re-
frigerator. $900 net per mo.
plus$975 security 407/399-
1440. 4/27aci

3 BDRM.. 2 BATH home on
Butler Chain of Lakes Qui-
et, dead-end street 2 car
garage. boathouse. $1890.
1/801-232-9291. rfnab
,610
Condo &
Townhouses

BRAND NEW 2/2 condo.
Southern Pines. Solarium
\I/l car garage. $1250 p/mo.
Lease option to buy. Near all
the amenities. Off 535 near
Hwy. 50. 407/592-2719.
4/20er -

WINDTREE GARDENS
CONDO. 2/2. A" A'. Mayv
* 'st Ground floor. $800
p/tmo. No smokers. 321/689-
5907. 4/27cf

WINTER GARDEN'
SOUTHERN Pines condo.
2/1 w/attached garage. \/d.


pool. spa, indoor ball &
racketball, gym. and more.
$1200/mo. Sec.dep. same.
Call 407/656-5262 or
407/492-5767. 5/1idb

'WINTER GARDEN. Brand
new. I bdrm. .condo
wigarage. Heated pool, in-
" door racket & basketball


gym, wireless computer cen-
ter.$1,000 p/mo. + security.
954/734-4554.4/27mf

620
Apartments
& Duplexes

2B/2B DUPLEX, Clermont,
1700 sq. ft. No pets. $1,000
month; $600 security. Call
352/394-5364. tfnclp

625
Rooms/
Efficiency

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

630
Roommates

METROWEST AREA-
CLEAN, quiet, fum. bdrm.,
w/cable TV. 408 & bus link.
$450/all. 407/299-1811.
4/27amc

650
Commercial

HARD'TO FIND retail
space in Clermont Hwy. 50,
3 story building. 407/484-
8049.4/201qrg

OFFICES .FOR RENT.
Prime location, downtown
Oaldand. 370 sq/$600, 660'
sq/$1250. 407/656-8211.
4/20jdp

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

31 S.Main St 2nd floor of-
fice space: a\ al. Starting @
$350 a month. 407/656-
6420.tfncp






700
Homes for Sale

CLERMONT LEGENDS
COUNTRY Club 4/4, pool,
3640 sf on almost .5 acre.
Ruttenberg's Grande
Chatham model. Upgrades
throughout 1132 Calloway
Circle. $769,900 Call for an
appi. Remax Town Centre
407/761-8754. 4/20ps

LIKE NEW HOME Fuller's
Crossing subdv. 4bed/2ba,
screened patio, stainless
steel appliances, upgraded
cabinets. ile in foyer and
kitchen. beautifully main-
tained. $375.000. Trading
Places Realiy. Christina
407/257-0603. 4/20cb

449 CHARLOTTE ST.
Winter Garden. 3 bdrm., I
bath. Living room. kitchen.
laundry rm.. 2 porches, cen-
tral heat/air, tile floors.
321/281-7729. 4/20pc

740
Lots and
Acreage

"LOCATION. LOCATION.
LOCATION" Time to bu).
lnsestors & builders. great
buddable lots for sale in one
of Flonda's fastest group ing
areas. Ft lM\ers 888/558-
0032 fcan2i

REAL ESTATE FOR sale.
5 acres, cir. a after & sewer
available. Clermont area
near Hancock Rd. Reduced
$375.000. Austin Teal Cor-
poration. Broker 407/448-
0572. 5/4atc

750
Homes Out of
Area

BEAUTIFUL NORTH
CAROLINA. .Escape to
beautiful western NC moun-
tains Free color brochure &
info Mountain properties


with spectacular views.
Homes, cabins, creeks and
investment acreage. Chero-
kee Mountain Realty,
GMAC Real Estate, Mur-
phy. www.cherokeemoun-
tainrealty.com. 800/841-
5868. fcan20

COASTAL
GEORGIA.LAND for sale
by owner. Private golf com-
munity designed by Fred
Couples/Davis Love. Mari-
na, tennis, pool, fitness. Jeck-
yll/St.Simons Island,
$119,000. Call 315/529-
1277. fcan20

FL. LAND BARGAINS.
Opportunities to own your
own farm, ranch woodland
or lakefront homestead. Old
Florida at its best. Still af-
fordable. Call 866/352-2249
or www.fllandbargains.com.
fcan20

LAKEFRONT & LAkE-
VIEW properties. Nestled in
the hills of Tennessee on the
shores of pristine Norris
Lake. Call Lakeside Realty at
423/626-5820 or visit
www.lakesiderealty-fn.com.
fcan20

,LAKEFRONT LOG
HOME, $99,900. New 2000
sq. ft. log home on Lake
Cumberland, KY.
SJamestown/Russell Springs
area. 1st time available April
22nd. 800/770-9311, ext. 55.
fcan20"

LAKEFRONT PROPER T
IN Tn: Waterfront, view &
estate homesites I to -140
Acres from the $40s Situat-
ed around a 45.010 acre lake
Just 90 mm. to Nashville.
New building sites just re-
leased. Call o~ ner 866/339-
4966 fcan20

LARGE MTN LAND bar-
gains High elevation. Ad-
joins pristine state forest
20+ ac to 350 ac. Sweeping
mm \ ews streams.
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LOOKING TO OWN land?
Invest in rural "acreage
throughout Amenca; coastal,
mountain, waterfront prop-
ermes 20 to 200 acres. Free,
monthly) special land reports.
www land-wanted com/sw.
fcan 20

NMOUNTAI.N PROPERTY'
INTERESTED in buying
property in the Blue Ridge
Mountins of NC? Call Ac-
tise Really today at 800/979-
5556 or tsui our \%ebsite at
%www.AcaveRealtrNC.com.
fran20

MURPHY. NORTH CAR-
OLINA. Aah cool summers,
mild winters Affordable
homes & mountain cabins.
Call for free brochure.
877/837-2288. Exit Realty
Mountain View Properties.
w% w exitmurph. corn
fcan 20

NC-ASHVEILLE AREA
homesites. Gated communi-
t' with stunning mountain
views. Situated between 2
mountains on oser 4 rmles
of rierfront I to 8 acres
from the $60's. Custom own-
ers lodge, nerwalk & more
Call 866/292-5762. fcan20

NC MOUNTAINS 3 acres
on mountain top in gated
community view trees, sa-
terfall & large public lake
nearby, paved privy ate access,
$58,500 owner 866/789-
8535. ww%.NC77.com.
fcan20

NC MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY for less. Breathtaking
Blue Ridge Pkwa. New Ri'-
er. Stone Mountain. golf
courses and quaint shops of
Sparta.
\v w scenmcrealty.com.
877/372-721 I or 877/363-
5550 fcan20


NORTH CAROLINA
COOL mountain air. Views
& streams, homes, cabins &
acreage. Free brochure.
800/642-5333. Realty of
Murphy, 317 Peachtree St.,
Murphy, NC 28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.com.
fcan20

NORTH CAROLINA
GATED lakefront commu-
nity.. 1.5 acres plus, 90 miles
of shoreline. Never before
offered with 20% pre-de-
velopment discounts, 90%
financing. Call 800/709-
5253. fcan20

OWNER'S LIQUIDATION
SALE by sealed bid. New
homes and acreage home-
sites in the Blue Ridge
mountains of VA. Sold "AS
IS", 30-day close. Restric-
tive Covenant Community."
Deadline May 27th. For de-.
tails 800/420-2278 or visit
www.Stoneridgebentmtn.co
m. fcan20

TENNESSEE MOUN-
TAINS-BEAUTIFUL land
with magnificent views,
bluffs and creek streams.
Phase: Pre-development.
Owner financing available
starting at $lk down. Call
931/946-2484. www.jdlre-
alty.com. fcan20

TN.-LAKESIDE MOUN-
TAIN acreage. Situated
around a 36,000 acre lake in
eastern TN. 1/2 to 5 acre
building sites from the 40s.
Planned community ameni-
ties & indirect lake access.
Owner: .866/292-5769.
fcan20

TN.-SWAN RIDGE Lake
Resort on Dale Hollow,
Lake, a private, gated com-
munity. Enjoy the best of
both \ orlds Lake\iew and
mountain-\ Me. homesiies.
931/243-4.-71 'ws ...sa."-
ridgedevelopment.com.
fcan20

WATERFRONT LAND
SALE 3 acres dockable w 3-
terfront property build up to
3 homes Onl\ $99.90(). Ask
about our investor pkg. 7.
Waterfront lots foi only
$79,900 Call toll free
866/770-5263 e\t 8 fcan20

WATERFRONT LAND
SALE! Lake access from
$257/month' Direct lake-
front from $124,900. One
day only, Sat., May 6, 2006
Minutes from August. GA.
Exc. financing available
w./low dow n payment Call
today for an early appoint-
ment 888/Lake-Sale x 1217
'based on purchase price of
$49.900 w/10%. do\ n. in-
terest onl\ loan W/fL\ed rate
of 6.875% for 5 vrs Terms
and rates subject to change
without notice. Void where
prohibited by law. fcan20

WESTERN NEW MEXICO
45 to 160 acre ranches start-
ing at $69.990 min. siew s.
trees, rolling hills, dildhfe.
borders BLM. power Enijo
hunting, hiking. horses Per-
fect family ranch 100% fi-
nancing NALC. 866/365-
2825. fcan20

760
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 48-2006-CP-000323-O
Division: 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EULA M. FOWLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of EULA M. FOWLER, de-
ceased, whose date of death was
August 30, 2005, is pending in
the Circuit Court for ORANGE
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is 425
N. Orange Avenue, Room 340,
Orlando, 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 on whom a copy of this No-
tice is required to be served must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3


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MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
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TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is April 13, 2006.
Personal Representative:
/s/ Garry Moore
Garry Moore
88 Skyway Sumnuit
Marshall, North Carolina 28753
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
/s/ Heidi W. Isenhart
Heidi W. Isenhart
Attorney for Garry Moore
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Gateway Center
1000 Legion Place, Suite 1700
Post Office Box 1010
Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: 407/581-9800
4/13, 4/20/06


PUBLIC NOTICE
Town of Oakland Request for
Proposals: Program Adminis-
tration and Grand Project Engi-
neering Services FFY 2006
Grant/Loan Funded Communi-
ty Development and Related
Programs.
The Town of Oakland requests
proposals from individuals or
firms to provide services for
grant/loan funded projects for
community and economic de-
veldpment in the 2006 Fiscal
Funding Year. At least one Flori-
da Small Cities Community De-
velopment Block Grant will be
sought for the 2006 application
year. The Town anticipates ap-
plying for a $600,000 grant in
one or more of the following cat-
egories: the Economic Devel-
opment.(ED) category and/or
Regular Category, (Neighbor-
hood Revitalization, Housing
Rehabilitation, Commercial Re-
vitalization). Similarly, addi-
tional services may be included
in the project (s) on an ongoing
basis to be covered by other pub-
lic grant/loan funding sources at
the discretion of the Town Com-
mission. Additional information
concerning the proposed ser-


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vices being requested and the
ranking criteria to be used to
evaluate the proposals may be
obtained from Linda Balsavage,
Town Clerk, by calling 407/656-
1117 or be Fax 407/656-2940.
An original and five (5) copies of
sealed proposals, marked
"SEALED PROPOSAL FOR
GRANT SERVICES", must be
received by 5:00 p.m. Eastern
Time on Monday, April 24,
2006, at the Town Hall, 220 N.
Tubb Street, Oakland, FL.
34760, Attn: Linda Balsavage,
Town Clerk. The Town of Oak-
land supports Equal Opportuni-
ty Employment, Fair Housing
and Providing Handicapped Ac-
cess.
4/13,4/20/06


NOTICE OF MEETING
NOTICE is given that the West
Orange Airport Board will meet
April 26,2006 at 10:00 a.m., in
the Ocoee City Hall, Ocoee,
Florida and will meet on the
fourth (4th) Wednesday of each
month thereafter at 10:00 a.m.
The board will discuss the busi-
ness of the establishment of a
General Aviation Airport in
West Orange County.
Guy S. Haggard, Chairman
Post Office Box 3068
Orlando, Florida 32802-3068
Telephone: 407/843-8880


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE,
Sly's Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien,
and intent to sell vehicles purr-
suant to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes that on 5/02/06,
10:00 a.m. at 119 5th St., Win-
ter Garden, Fl. 34787-3613. Sly's
Towing & Recovery reserves the,
right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
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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 1
following vehicles to satisfy liefi-
pursuant to Chapter 713.78'of
the Florida Statutes on May 04;
2006at 10A.M.
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1992 VOLKSWAGONQ, VIN
#-WV2HC0701NH010658
1996 CHEVROLET, VIN #
1GCGG35K6TF117105
1998 CHEVROLET, VIN #
2G1WW12M1W9135395
1990 CHEVROLET, VIN #
1NlCS18Z7L8126501
Locbated at: 9800 BACHMAN
ROAD,ORLANDO, FL. 32824,
Orange
DEALERS ONLY
Any person (s) claiming any in-
terest (s) in the above vehicles
contact: Rainbow Title & Lien,
Inc., 954/920-6020.
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction.
LIC.# AB-0001256


'NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
City of Winter Garden Planning
and7ioning Board will, on May
1,,2006 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon
after as possible, hold a public
hearing in City Commission
Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, Winter Garden, FL.
iniorder to review a Special Ex-
ception Permit request for prop-
erty located at 55 N. Dillard
'4


Street in Winter Garden, Flori-
da. This Special Exception Per-
mit will allow a clinic providing
medical and wellness related ser-
vices.
Any and all objections will be
heard at this time. Ifno valid ob-
jections are presented to the con-
trary, consideration will be giv-
en for granting this request. You
are advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any decision
made with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, then
they will need to ensure a ver-
batim record of the proceedings
is made which includes the tes-
timony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.,
If you have any questions, please
call Kelly Randall, Senior Plan-
ner at 407/656-4111, ext. 2275.



NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
City of Winter Garden Planning
and Zoning Board will,.on May
1, 2006 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon
after as possible, hold a public
hearing in City Commission
Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, Winter Garden, FL.
in order to review a 12 foot rear
yard setback variance request
for property located at 1361
Winter Green Way in Winter


Garden, Florida. This variance
will allow the property owners to
enclose an addition on to the
home.
Any and all objections will be
heard at this time. If no valid ob-
jections are presented to the con-
trary, consideration will be giv-
en for granting this request. You
are advised that if a person de-
,.cides to appeal any decision
,made with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, then
they will need to ensure a ver-
batim record of the proceedings
is made which includes the tes-
timony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
If you have any questions, please
call Kelly RandMll, Senior Plan-
ner a1407/656-4111, ext. 2275.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
City of Winter Garden Planning
and Zoning Board will, on May
1, 2006 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon
after as possible, hold a public
hearing in City Commission
Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, Winter Garden, FL.
in order to review a 4 foot rear
yard setback variance request
for property located at 13851
Glynshel Drive in Winter Gar-
den, Florida. This variance will
allow the property owners to


build a screened porch.
Any and all objections will be
heard at this time. If no valid ob-
jections are presented to the con-
trary, consideration will be giv-
en for granting this request. You
are advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any decision
made with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, then
they will need to ensure a ver-
batim record of the proceedings
is made which includes the tes-
timony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
If you have any questions, please
call Kelly Randall, Senior Plan-
ner at 407/656-4111, ext. 2275.


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
City of Winter Garden Planning
and Zoning Board will, on May
1, 2006 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon
after as possible, hold a public
hearing in City Commission
Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, Winter Garden, FL.
in order to review a 4 foot rear
yard setback variance request
for property located at 214 Semi-
nole Street in Winter Garden,
Florida. This variance will al-
low the property owners to en-
close and expand an existing car-
port.


Any and all objections will be
heard at this time. If no valid ob-
jections are presented to the con-
trary, consideration will be giv-
en for granting this request. You
are advised that if a person de-
cides to appeal any decision
made with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, then
they will need to ensure a ver-
batim record of the proceedings
is made which includes the tes-
timony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
If you have any questions, please
call Kelly Randall, Senior Plan-
ner at 407/656-4111, ext. 2275.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehi-
cles will be held on May 4,2006,
at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth
Road, Orlando, FL. 32807 for
the towing and storage pursuant
to F.S. #713.78. Terms are cash.
1983 BMW 3201
VIN #WBAAG3303D9001865
1986 FORD ECONOLINE
VIN # 1FDJE34H1GHA82383
1992 CHEVROLET CORSICA
VIN #1G1LT53T3NY148331
MD Towing reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all
bids.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehi-


cles will be held on May 5, 2006,
at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth
Road, Orlando, FL. 32807 for
the towing and storage pursuant
to F.S. #713.78. Terms are cash.
1990 HONDA ACCORD
VIN # 1HGCB7667LA134564
1991 TOYOTA COROLLA
VIN # JT2AE94A4M3456805
MD Towing reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all
bids.

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
TO WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
'undersigned pursuant to the
"Fictitious Name Statute", Chap-
ter 865.09, Florida Statutes, will
register with the Division of Cor-
porations, Florida Department
of State, Tallahassee, Florida, in
the State of Florida, upon receipt
of proof of the publication of this
notice, the fictitious name, to.
with:
Mega Media Advertising under
which I expect to engage in busi-
ness at 130 Lafayette St., in the
City of Ocoee, Florida 34761.
That the party interested in said
business enterprise is as follows:
Wayne Thompson
Dated April 17, 2006 at Orange'
County, Winter Garden, FL.
34787.


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

BAPTIST

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

BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
671 Beulah Road. Winter Garden
(40') 656-3342
Pastor G. Steve Rice.
wwwt.beulahll.com

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631:S. Dillard SI.
Winner Garden, FL.
Jay Knolls, Pastor/President
(407) 656-3001
Awana/Patch (Summer program)
Calvary Christian School
K-3312th

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
Two service locations:
88p0 W. Colonial Dr
(at lood Homes Rd.)
407-293-8062
Sunday Worship 9:30am, 11:00am
& 5130pm. Sunday School 8:15am,
9:30am & 11:00am
English Wednesday Mid-week
Wotship 6:30pm
Deaf Ministry Filipino Ministry *
Awdna's 3yr 8th grade
Central Florida Christian Academy
K-2lthru 12
*8(I0N. Pine Hills Rd.
407P293-4571
Spanish Sunday 11:00am & Wed.
6:30pm.
Haitian Sunday 11 00am, 7:00pm,
& V/ed. 6:30pm
Vietnamese Sunday 11:00am
Awana s 3 yr 8th grade
Radio: Sunday 11:00am-950 AM,
andj7:00pm-950AM & 1520AM
Dr. Clayton Cloer, Senior Pastor
wwv fbccf.net

OAI LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
10$54 2nd. Avenue. Ocoee
(40') 656-1523
Dr. Walter M. Fowler, Paslor

ST RKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
611 West. Ave., Ocoee
Paitor Jeff Prilchard
(40y) 656-2351 Email:
slb(hurch@yahoo.com
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VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
And Christian Academy
1601 A.D. Mims Rd Ocoee FL.
'Rev. Bradley T. Phillips,
Paslor'Administrator .
(407).656-3097

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

WEST ORLANDO BAPTIST
CHURCH r
& 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
NewHorizonsChnstianChurch.org

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

CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

SOUTHWEST CHURCH
SRoper 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
slreets-
Sunday service is at 10-30 a.m.
Details- (352) 217-2899

CHURCH OF GOD

GARDEN CATHEDRAL
CHURCH OF GOD


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


1001 W Plant SI Winter Garden
407-656-1855.
Sunday School 9:30
Worship 10-30,6pm.
Wed Svc. 7:30prn, Youth,
Men's & Women's Ministries.
www.GarderiCathedralCOG.org

OCOEE CHURCH OF GOD
1105 N. Lakewood
Pastor Steve Davis
(4071 656-8011

COMMUNITY

OASIS COMMUNITY CHURCH
Meeting al:
West Orange Charter School,
SOakland Ave, Oakland, FL
11'00 am Worship Service.
SWWW.OASIS-CC.ORG
407-905-4931

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

EPISCOPAL

CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On the corner ol Main SI. and
Tilden. (407) 656-3218
Sunday services at 8AM. 9 30AM
11AM & 7:00PM with Sunday
School lor all ages at 9:30. Child
Care &Youth Minislry.
www.churchottnemessiah.com

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
ASCENSION
4950 S Apopka-Vmeland Rd. Or-
lando, FL 32819. 1 llock south ol
Conroy-Windermere Rd. on right
407-876-3480
Sunday Services 8.30am and
10:30am Sunday School 9:30am
For all ages with childcare.
www ascension-orlando ora

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

JEWISH
CONGREGATION SINAI,
CLERMONT
S635 West SR 50, Ste. B
For services info. call
352-243-5353 or


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t h,- i: it'
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and ga.ie Hi- l lfe if, pa. mcsm.nt fr ,.,our nir anid iruTrn. leu1
-had upper ilil HiS le.;ct fI rirncds The diletieni Gospel
accounts together paint a picture of close, loving friends re-
clining ar.:un.d j able ,, while ithe ic.'lebratd ihe Pass.:. ier
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umr v vth. trh.:.i He hAd ta u.ht .and enicor:ugeod. .nJd dih.:
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and coinmpar.:.r.- n in the r..:.nil rha the disciples' emotions
,i cre iz;ondar) I can only .., rndier at what Jesus was
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LUTHERAN

PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd,
Winter Garden
Serv. 830am & 10-45am
407-877-3937
Pastor Rev. JohanBergh
www.PeopleOfFaith.ORG

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

METHODIST

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lak.eview 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 u
pos a First United "
0rtce Methodist Church .
i Plant St.

Colonial Dr. tN


OCOEE OAKS UMC
201 S. Clarke Road, Ocoee, FL.
9-00am Traditional 10-00am SS
l1:00am Contemporary Monday
night services at 7OOpm. Pastor
Ernie Post 407-293-0700

ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd.,


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, hat the)- had i,.J o:r nrot .Jaid' \' cn bK thakiraI uir
Gid chioe for u,. ihrc'.ugth Hi \\ :.-rd ic. Iui, j htllk.i I:'1 A ,hi'
looki:i place that e.erming
Lord.. i in li har i.:.hn hr ad ..-dc ..', rel.'
tionship with You that I can lean against You always. I
want to hear Y,.uri hebaintj e.irnd ,j, .. what is most impor-
tant to You. I want to hear Your whispered answers to my
mlan ', queiuiOni I ,ant l. a.Jd.. b n .;uch c l, I..e r, !l- ..
ihp lth YO'.u [.iha1 I .n. o;:mironable \ Yinu pr:,erce. ,.Jand
uncomfortable if there is anything that doesn't please You
about my life. Father, thank You that Your Spirit draws me
inrto -th rciaci.rin.'rp .-ii Y.'Au m-r:.l- and ni-e.n- th. [ Icari
kna .: ) u t Ni1-1 anrJ -. :,re aInthat lNOu I-':-e %mi. much
that You want it even more desperately than I do.
From the believers at First Baptist Winter Garden

ADV.


Dr, William S. Barnes,
Senior Pastor
Assoc. Pastor Rev. Beth M. Farabee
.Dr. David Stephens 407-876-4991
Worship Serv. 8, 9:30, 11:00am
Contemporary Worship 5:30pm

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

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

FAITH HARVEST CHURCH
12100 W: Colonialf(Portuguese
American Hall of Orlando)-
Winter Garden, FL
Sun. Morning 10:30am Serv
Pastors Kevin & Debbie Cunning-
ham 352-227-9098

UNITY CHURCH OF
CHRISTIANITY
4801 Clarcona Ocoee Rd. Orlando,
FL 32810 Ph 407-295-9181
Worship Service 9:15 & 11am
Rev. Bob Marshall
info@'unityrcorlando ora


NAZARENE

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

PRESBYTERIAN

OAKLAND PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL
407-656-4452
www.oaklandpres.org
Near exit 272 off the FL Turnpike
Worship at 8:45 am and,11 am
Sunday School for all ages at
9:45am. Nursery provided during


worship. Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr.,
Pastor. Call about our preschool &
summer camps

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


PENTECOSTAL

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

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

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



ST. ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH

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


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


Southwest Church
Meeting @' Roper IMICA
10t1 \V\ndcrmere Rd \VindermerC

SHwy 50


FL Turnpike

Marshall
Farms Rd.




Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sunday Wc.orship Service 10 30am
Tom Welch. Pastor
407-903-1384


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Winter Garden 34777-1047
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410 N. Dillard St.
Winter Garden, FL 34787
407-877-FIND


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40'7-616-3456


Privacy, Privacy, Privacy
Brand new 4/1 home in Avalon Park with a
great floor plan on conservation lot. 464.000
Call: Melissa Sarmnento
407-466-3825


Belmere's Best Value!
Perfectly maintained, least expensive home
in neighborhood. 32. 1.868s', screened porch
backing to private yard. $42-1.900
Call: George Wilkinson
407-616-3456


Winter Garden Wonder
3/2 with den. 18in tile, kitchen w/corian
couritertops, 42" cabinets, garden tub all on
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407-509-7995


Neo-Classic Living Metrowest Condo
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loft, large rooms. Walk to D/T Winter Garden. Call: Mare \'aldes
$419,900 407-617-562
Call: George Wilkinson
407-616-3456


Brand New Beauty
4bd/2ba,Corian counters, 42"cabinets. tile
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Call: Tanya Greenidge
321-662-4584


Conservation Lot
Spotless, 3bd;2ba Orlando home. Centrally
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Call: Marie Valdes
407-617-8562


Vacant Land
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407-877-8053


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