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Blood Drive at
West Oaks Library
The West Oaks Library in
Ocoee is hosting a blood drive
Thursday, May 11, from 2-5
p.m. Thisis sponsored by Flori-
da's Blood Centers.

Learn about Scouting
at annual Family Fest
The annual Rolling Hills Dis-
trict Scouting Family Fest is this
Saturday, May 6, from 10 a.m. to
noon on the grounds of the First
Baptist Church of Winter Gar-,
den. Interested participants are
invited to see what Scouting in
Winter Garden is all about.
There will be crafts, displays and
more, plus the Cub Scouts, We-
belos and Boy Scouts compete
in the Push Cart Derby at 11 a.m.
Scout units from across the
district, which covers Orange
and South Lake counties, will be
present.

OES Spring Fling
Ocoee Elementary will hold a
Spring Fling this Saturday from
11 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be
inflatable games (including a wa-
ter slide), crafts, science activi-
ties, vendors, food, drink and a
silent auction. Wristbands are
$10 in advance and $12 at the
door.

Car wash fundraiser
for soccer players
The ILTS L-16 Vipers (made
up of several soccer players from
Dr. Phillips and Olympia high
schools i will hold a car wash this
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at the Albertson's near OHS.

Tennis Carnival
May 6 in Windermere
There will be tennis activities
for all ages at the Windermere
tennis courts this Saturday, May
6. from 9 a to noon.
The Parks and Recreation
Committee is sponsoring the
Bobby Curtis program. Tennis
on the Move presented by the
Andy Roddick Foundation, and
the community is invited to par-
ticipate. 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 Manr Haves at
407-876-2529.

May events at
Southwest Library
In celebration of National Mu-
sic Week Ma\ 7-13. the South-
\west Library invites parents to
bring their children to Kinder-
musik. an exploration of sounds
and instruments. May 8 at 10:45
a.m.
For more information, call
407-835-7323.

'Nutcracker' auditions
May 6 at Parsons
School of Dance
Elizabeth Parsons School of
Dance m Windermere will hold
auditions Saturday. May 6. for
the Windermere 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 the-
ater at Olympia High School.
For more information and audi-
tion times, call 407-876-4604 af-
ter 3 p.m.

Swim this weekend
at Farnsworth Pool
Farnsworth Pool on Garden
Avenue in Winter Garden opens
for weekend swimming this Sat-
urday, May 6. Daily swimming
from 1-6 p.m. begins at both
Farns north and Bouler on May
24. The cost is $2 for ages I 1I
and up. $1 for children ages 2-10
and free for children younger
than 2.
Farnmsworth also offers adult.
lap swim. swim lessons. water
aerobics and birthday parties.

AARP 2518 to meet
AARP Chapter 2518 will meet
Thursday. May 4. at St. Pauls
Presbytenan Church in Ocoee at
noon. Members whose last
names begin with the letters N-
Z are asked to bring an ethnic
dish. These dishes will be sold
for 25 cents per scoop.




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WG votes to welcome back

city attorney who resigned


Photo by Mary Anne Swickerath
-Gala at WOHS celebrates school's past, present and future
At Friday night's 30th Anniversary Gala at West Orange High School, Principal Dan Buckman revealed
drawings of what the new WOHS building will look like when it is constructed in 2008. He told the crowd
that the present freshman class will be the first to graduate from the new facility, which will replace the cur
rent building. The new school will be constructed south of the present one, which will:be tom down. The evening
celebrated not only West Orange High's future, but its past and present, complete with speakers representing
each decade of WOHS and performances by the award-winning music and drama departments. For more
see 2B and 3B.


'Seussical' opens at WOHS


Elephants that fly. birds that sing, a
kangaroo with a Tina Turner complex
and even a cat in a hat are just a few\
of the surprises in store for local au-
diences that attend one of the perfor-
mances of Seussical: The Alusical at
West Orange High this week.
Local elementary students have al-
ready been treated to a sneak peak of
this award-winning musical performed
by the WOHS drama students. On
Monday and Tuesday. 1.300 students
from several local elementary schools
sasN the show and were treated to
lunch with the cast after ard.
The children laughed. danced and
w watched excitedly as the cast and crew
of 72 local Thespians, ranging in age
from 3-18. were transported through
the magic of theater to the land of
Seuss. All the favorite Seuss charac-
ters were there, including Cat in the
Hat. Horton the Elephant and the
Grinch.
There is a special fanmly matinee
performance on Saturday at 2:30
" here each child under 10 will receive
a special Sessical gift and a chance
to personally visit with a favorite char-
acter after the show.
The cast is led by senior Andrea
hiutman in her fare ell performance
as Cat in the Hat. Principal perform-
ers include Taylor Aldrich as JoJo,
Bryan Blount as Horton. Whitney
Abell as Gertrude NlcFuzz. Kate Gor-
don as Mazie La Bird and Kelly Pnnce
as the Sour Kangaroo.
Also featured in the production are
NMax Hilend. Kristen Cervone. Gene-
va Detommaso, Claire Wilkinson.
Lorena Perez, Shawn Hebbeler. Rob
Mobley, AJ Tongue, Erica Vega.
Tamra Whitman, Jamie Reid, Kevin
Bryant and Alexa Corbin.
The technical aspects of the show are

(See Seussical, 2A)


Ocoee to sponsor
Big Orange
Games May 5-6
The city of Ocoee's Parks and Recre-
ation Department will host the 2006
Big Orange Games this Friday. May
5, and Saturday, May 6. The ganes are
open to all physically challenged
youngsters in the state of Florida, and
more than 100 young people from
Gainest ille to Tampa will compete.
The Friday swimming events will
be held at the Jim Beech Recreation
Center. 1820 A.D. Mims Road. be-
ginning at 5:30 p.m.
The Saturday track and field events
are at Ocoee Middle School Opening
ceremonies will be at 9:15 a.m., w ith
the games beginning at 9:45.
The community is invited to attend
these events and cheer on the com-
petitors.
"'The athletes who participate in the
Big Orange Games only ask for the op-
portunity to be more like their able-
bodied peers and to show that disabled
does not mean unable." said Jim Beech,
the games' founder.
For more information, call the Ocoee
Parks and Recreation Department at
407-905-3108.


Gerry Clark, who left
after an alleged conflict
with a former city
commissioner, could
resume role as full-time
legal counsel.

By Michael Laval

The revolving door to Winter Gar-
den's city attorney's office is spin-
ning again. Just as unexpectedly as he
departed about a month ago, Gerry
Clark could be returning to serve as
city attorney.
The City Commission voted unan-
imously at last Thursday's meeting to
reinstate Clark under the terms of his
original contract with the city. Com-
missioner Carol Nichols did not at-
tend the meeting.
A day after sitting through his first
Winter Garden City Commission
meeting, Clark abruptly left his office
March 24 and issued a letter stating
that his employment had been con-
structively terminated by the city.
Clark explained in the letter that he
had been confronted in his office in a
"highly hostile and threatening man-
ner" by one of the city commissioners.
SHe added that another commissioner
Shad been "overtly hostile" toward him.
While Clark never named either
commissioner in his letter, City Man-
ager Michael Bollhoefer told The West
Orange Times last month that Clark in-
formed him he had been verbally at-
tacked in his office by Commission-
er Rod Reynolds. When questioned
by the Times, Reynolds confirmedthat
he visited Clark's office that day but
said their conversation was neither
hostile nor threatening.
Clark wrote March 24 it was "high-
ly likely" he would be taking legal ac-
tion against the commissionerin ques-
tion.
One week after the Winter Garden
Cant passing Board declared Jack
Quesinberry the winner of the may-
oral runoff election versus Reynolds,
Clark faxed a letter to city HumanRe-
Ssources Director Frank Gilbert seek-
ing a reconciliation
"During my tenure as'city attorney,


I became very attached to staff and
officials of the city of Winter Garden,
as well as very impressed by, and at-
tached to, many of the very kind cit-
izens of Winter Garden, and have
found that I miss them quite a bit more
than I originally thought I would,"
Clark wrote in the April 25 letter to
Gilbert.
The letter goes on to request that
Clark's notice of constructive termi-
nation be withdrawn and that Gilbert
be authorized to negotiate a start date
for Clark to resume employment un-
der his original contract with the city.
Clark's latest letter was greeted
warmly by the elected officials last
Thursday. Commissioner Theo Gra-
ham quickly motioned to welcome
Clark back to City Hall.
"I was really thrilled when I read
this letter," Graham said. "He was my
top choice from the beginning; I feel
like he's an outstanding attorney."
The City Commission selected
Clark over 40 applicants earlier this
year. Winter Garden had been search-
ing for a full-time city attorney since
the firing last June of former City At-
torney Lionel Rubio of the Winder-
weedle law firm. Since Clark's de-
parture, Winter Garden has relied on
Winderweedle as its legal counsel.
Newly elected District 1 Commis-
sioner H. Jerald Jowers was the only
official to raise concerns last Thursday
over Clark's return.
"I've only met him once," Jowers
said,' "but as an employer, when I hire
someone, I expect him to fight for
what he thinks is right. If he runs once,
he may do it again."
Quesinberry assured Jowers that
Clark doesn't have a reputation for
quitting. Jowers said he would go
along with whatever his fellow com-
missioners'decided.
As of press deadline Tuesday af-
ternoon, Bollhoefer said he had not
yet received word from Clark regard-
ing the commission's decision. Boll-
hoefer said Tuesday he could not say
for certain whether Clark would re-
turn to Winter Garderi without speak-
ing with him.
Thursday's meeting began with the

(See Winter Garden, 11A)


Trees are priority to

Oakland commission


Photo by Mary Anne Swickerath
West Orange High cast members Kate Gordon (left) and Andrea Whit-
man present Winter Garden Mayor Jack Quesinberry with the 1st 2
tickets to 'Seussical: The Musical.' The show runs May 3-7. Call 407-
905-2400, Ext. 2282, for reservations.
** '* .*


Honor your graduate

in annual senior edition

The West Orange Times is putting together its annual tribute to
high school seniors. The special section will be published in the
May 18 ksue of the newspaper and includes public and private high
schools serving students in West Orange County. There will be
graduation details, semor class pictures and information, a list of grad-
uates and a letter from the principals.
The Times has allotted space for family and friends to recognize
the graduates. Advertisements including congratulatory words and
pictures -can be purchased for $35 for a 1 -column-by-4-inch box
and $50 for a 2x4.
The deadline to submit grad ads is next Wednesday. May 10. at
720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden, or wotimes@aol com.
For more information about the special section, call 407-656-
2121.




Senior Days Expo planned
Senior Days Expo will be held May tion and more will be offered.
9-10 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Celebrity guest Lee Meriwether
Central Florida Fairgrounds. Semi- will be there both days from 2-3:30
nars on fraud. healthcare. transporta- p.m.
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Independence RV
must make a contribution
to the town (in either trees
or money) to replace trees
removed on the land.

By Amy Quesinberry

When you are a Tree City USA, you
take green space very seriously.
The Oakland Town Commission
debated for nearly an hour at last Tues-
day's regular meeting, trying to de-
cide how to handle applicant Ronnie
Jordan's waiver request for tree re-
placement. Jordan is building an In-
dependence RV vehicle sales and ser-
\ ice building on 21 acres at the south-
east corner of Highway 50 and Fourth
Street. He's also asking for a second
business sign to be placed above the
town's height limit so it can be seen
from the Florida Turnpike.
Oakland has a strict rule governing
the removal of trees and their equal
replacement, and the town's Gateway
Corridor Ordinance puts restrictions on
the height of signs.
According to Town Planner Roland
Magyar, Jordan and his crew removed
98 trees totaling 1,459 inches of trunk-
width diameter. That means he must
install an equal amount of replace-


ment trees as landscaping around his
business or pay a fee to Oakland to
plant trees elsewhere in the town.
' In addition to the tree replacement
requirement, the town also has a strict
landscape requirement (pertaining to
flower beds, shrubbery and natural
buffers), which Jordan does meet on
the site plan.
Magyar said Jordan "met the intent
of the ordinance."
Mayor Kathy Stark agreed: "I think
we have someone here making big
concessions."
Because of the property location,
Jordan spent an additional $20,000 to
bring a sewer line (and 12-inch main
vs. a three-inch line) through town.
He also provided space for a restaurant
on the property.
The commission voted unanimously
to rezone the 21 acres to a planned-
unit development on the condition Jor-
dan plant six-inch-diameter trees (in-
stead of four-inch) at Independence
RV and the restaurant. He also was
granted permission to erect a second
sign high enough to be visible from
the Turnpike.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
unanimously approved an exten-
sion of Town Manager Maureen

(See Oakland, 2A)


Windermere Union Preschool plans reunion


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. service.
There will 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 expects a large
turnout for the preschool reunion be-
cause the school has a long history.
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.
Over the years, the program has
been expanded and now the school
offers four classes and serves more
than 100 children, ages 3 and 4, with
a waiting list.
Several of the school's teachers
have served more,than 20 years.
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.
When the school reopens for the fall
in the new location, it will have space
for six classes.
For more information on the school
or the reunion, call Debbie Snow at
407-234-6616.


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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 4, 2006


Grand theft in Ocoee,
trailer of children's
bike helmets stolen
Last Wednesday, April 26, Ocoee
police responded to Ocoee Tire, lo-
cated at 8808 W. Colonial Drive in
the Good Homes Plaza. regarding
a stolen trailer.
The trailer belonged to the Ro-
tar. Club of Ocoee and as parked
in the parking lot behind the busi-
ness. .
The trailer was white. w ith a sin-
gle axle and no distinguishing
marks. The trailer had a Flonda tag
Sof; J24 RVH and the VIN:
-4YMUL12184G042124.
S Contained in the trailer were,
brand-new children's bicycle hel-
mets that \were still in boxes and a
tent estimated to he worth approx-
imately $2.000. The helmets are
routinelI donated to children for
safe riding.
The trailer had a special tongue
lock. \ which is designed to pre\ ent
it from being coupled w ith a vehi-
cle.
An\ one w ith information on this
case is encouraged to contact the
Ocoee Police Department at 407-
905-3160 or CnmeLine at 1-800-
423-TIPS S477).

Winter Garden,
Ocoee police host
May 6 Bike Safety Ride
In recognition of May being Na-
tional Bike Safety Month, the
Ocoee and Winter Garden police


Obituaries


MARY VIRGINIA BOHONKO-RICH,
90, Ocoee, died April 16. She was
born in Pennington and was a resi-
dent of Trenton, N.J. She was a mem-
ber of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox
Church. She was predeceased by her
husband, Joseph, in 1973. Survivors:
daughter, Elena Cullmann-Rich,
Ocoee; son, Tyvin Rich, Virginia;
brothers, Michael Bohonko, John Bo-
honko, Donald,Bohonko, all of Trenton;
grandchildren, Andrew, Karina,
Alexander, Austin, all of Virginia, Kira,
Kurt Cullmann, Florida. Lakewood Fu-
neral Home, Howell, N.J.; burial at the
cemetery at Holy Trinity Ukrainian Or-
thodox Church.
DONALD GENE BRIDGES, 77, Or-
lando, died Wednesday, April 26. He
was born in Danville, Ill. He served in
the U.S. Navy during World War II and
was a security guard for Walt Disney
World. He was a member of Grace
United Methodist Church in Orlando.
Survivors: wife, Martha; son, Alan G.,
Winter Garden; daughter, Lisa K.
Evans, Ocoee; 2 grandchildren. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter
Garden.
JERRY CAMPBELL, 58, Ocoee, died
April 19 after a 2-month battle with
pancreatic cancer. He was born in Or-
'lando in 1948 and briefly lived in Elba,,
Ala., but lived most of his life in Ocoee.
He was an avid deer hunter. He
worked as a welder for many years in
Elba and taught his only son to weld
when he was 13. He was preceded in


death by his father, Martin L. Survivors:
wife, Ann; son, Marty (and Cindy); 1
stepson; 1
stepdaughter;
3 grandsons;
1 grand-
daughter;
mother, Ruth,
Franklin, N.C.;
brother, Ricky,
Jennings; sis-
ters, Linda
Watkins,
Ocoee, Diane
Cockcroft,
Portland,
Tenn., Jackie Nolle, Marilyn Hale, both
of Franklin. Services were held April
22 with the Rev. Ray Layton. Hayes
Funeral Home; Evergreen Cemetery,
Elba.
ALICIA LOUISE DIXON, 18, Orlan-
do, died Friday, April 28. She was born
in Orlando and spent her life in the
area. She was a student at Magnolia
School, a member of People of Faith
Church in Winter Garden and, up un-
til recently, was an active member of
the church's youth group. When asked
to describe her, most people mention
her big smile, enormous hugs and Ipv-
ing heart. Survivors: mother, Vicki (and
Brad Gilders); father, Dana (and San-
di); sisters, Michelle (and Keith) Odom,
Molly; brothers, Jamie Cline, Noah,
Sam; maternal grandmother, Betty
Moore; aunts, uncles and cousins. She
was preceded in death by her sister,
Monica. Collison Care/ Hand Funer-


al home, Winter Garden.

ESTILIEN FILUS, 48, Ocoee, died
April 16. He was a faithful member of
Eglise Baptiste Peniel Church, Orlan-
do, and was an auto salesman. Sur-
vivors: wife, Marina; children, Steve,
Dave, Marc; parents, Elima Filus and
Cirisena Estima; 6 brothers; 3 sisters;
Postell's Mortuary, Pine Hills Chapel,
Orlando; Woodlawn Memorial Park.

DERECK S. PARKER, 15, Orlando,
died April 23. He was a student at
Olympia High School and a member of
the Titan football team. Survivors: par-
ents, Pamela and Rena Parker; sis-
ter, Kristal; brother, Rene; maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Neal; paternal grandfather, Rena Sr.
Postell's Mortuary, Pine Hills Chapel,
Orlando.
MARTHA ROCHESTER KALESHEF-
SKI, 62, Ocoee, died April 19 after a
3-year battle with cancer. Survivors:
husband, Ralph; daughter, Anya (and
Mark) Davidson; sons, Beh, Mark (and
Shannon); 6 grandchildren. Memori-
al donations can be made to Hospice
or the American Cancer Society. In-
terment will be at the convenience of
the family.

JOAQUIN TORRES, 77, Winter Gar-
den, died Sunday, April 30. Carey
Hand Cox-Parker Funeral Home, Win-
ter Park.


departments have joined together:
to host a Bicycle Safety Ride on
May 6;
The'ride -will be on the West Or-
ange Trail, starting at OcoeeHigh.
The riders will travel to Chapin Sta-
tion (1.3 milet. There the riders will
enjoy free hot dogs and drinks and
then ride back to OHS.
Prior to the ride, the two police de-
partments will be registering bicy-
cles and properly fitting bicycle hel-
mets. Registration begins at 9:30
a.m. at Ocoee High. Participants'
can park in the school parking lot
near the gym. The riders will begin
leaving at 10:30.
For additional information. con-
tact Sgt. Stephen McCosker of the
Ocoee Police Department at 407-
905-3160, Ext. 3055.

Oakland police report
The Oakland Police Department
provided the follow ing monthly ac-
ti\ iry report for April. There were
6 criminal arrests, 5 information re-
ports and 4 traffic crash reports.
Traffic activity reports to-
ial traffic citations. 247: warnings
issued, 73. This includes driving
with a suspended bcense (12), driv-
ing w ith no license 2), running a
red light i40,. running a stop sign
142), seatbelt violations 13), un-
lawful speeding (431 and failure to
obey a traffic control device ( 11).
Arrest activity reports This
includes grand theft (1 juvenile.
DUI (1). domestic battery (1) and
possession of cannabis (1i. This re-


port also included one charge of
failure to register a sex offender.

Ocoee police report
, The Ocoee Police Department re-
ported 725 calls for service'April
21-27.
Arrests-7 adult males, 4 adult.
females, 8 juvenile males, 3 juvenile
female.
False alarms-19'
Assault/battery-8
Burglary, residential & busi-
ness-7
Burglary, vehicle--4
Child abuse--3
Criminal mischief-8
DUI-3
Sexual assault/battery-l1
Thefts-10
Vehicle accidents-30
Vehicle thefts-8
Alarms. total-39
Death/suicide/traffic homicide-

Disturbances---147
Missing/runawa. adults-3
Missing/runaway uvenile-4.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 57 calls for as-
sistance from April 23-29:
Fires-2
Emergency medical calls-42
Auto accidents-5
Automatic fire alarms-I
Hazardous conditions-2
Miscellaneous-5.


Services held for R.


R. Earl Wells, 72, an Orlando resi-
dent who spent his career in the news
industry and public relations, died
April 24 at M.D. Anderson Cancer
Center in Houston.
He held various positions in the
news industry, including Lakeland bu-
reau chief of The Tampa Tribune. He
was press secretary for both Fred
Schultz and Ruben Askew during their
political campaigns for the U.S. Sen-
ate and governor, respectfully, in 1970
and '71.
Wells was public relations and leg-
islative affairs director for the Florida
Phosphate Council and the Florida
Citrus Mutual. In 1985, he became
the executive vice president for the
Florida Nurserymen and Growers As-
sociation until his retirement in 1998.
Born to Jessie D. and Lillie Belle
Wells in White Springs in 1933, Wells
grew up in Zephyrhills, where he ex-
celled in sports and community af-
fairs. He started his newspaper career
at the Zephyrhills News.


Oakland
(Continued from front page)
Rischitelli's contract with the town
for another two years. She will re-
ceive a salary of $60,000 for the
first year and $65,000 for the sec-
ond. She also continues use of a ve-
hicle.
approved the site plan, per staff
recommendation, of lot 5 that calls
for a 11,200-square-foot warehouse
at Countyline Industrial Park.
received information on an au-
tomatic meter-reading program
from the CEO of Mpact Utilities
Services.
watched as Officer Gina Adams
was recognized as Officer of the
Quarter at the Oakland Police De-
partment.
heard a Mayor's Proclamation in
recognition of the Boy Scouts of
America.
Heard a report from Commis-
sioner Mike Satterfield, who re-
ported that Oakland Avenue Char-
ter School has 602 studentfs'With a
waiting list of 10 students.
He also said the School Adviso-
ry Council needs one more person
to serye on the board.
.


Even in retirement he was filled
with ambition and enthusiasm for life.
His passion was always the well being
of his family and friends, and he nev-
er met a stranger. With Wells, a good


R. EARL WELLS


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

Music in the library
As part of the celebration of Na-
tional Music Week (May 7-13), Kin-
dermusik returns to the Windermere Li-
brary on Friday, May 12, at 10:45 p.m.
to bring music discovery to children
and parents,

Smoke detectors
available at WGFD
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment's Fire Prevention Bureau offers
smoke detectors free of charge.
Call Fire Marshal Tom Anderson
at 407-656-4689. Ext. 3, for informa-
tion.


Earl Wells
story accompanied every conversa-
tion, and the masterful storyteller
walked humbly with the everyday
meek, as well as with high govern-,,
ment officials, his family said.
Survivors: wife, Sarah; daughters,-
Thresa (and Jerry) Follis, Patricia (and,;
Dave) Lockhart, both of Lakeland?-'
son, Vern (and Judie), Auburn, Ga.;'
stepdaughters, Frances LeValley, T -
tusville, Sarah Ann LeValley, Cocoa-9
Beach, Lesley (and Joe) Murphy, En-
terprise, Ala.; sister, Helen Winter-,S
Zephyrhills; brother, Jim "J.W.," Mal-.a
wah, N.J.; 7 grandchildren; 1 great6Z
grandchild.
Memorial donations can be made
to the R. Earl Wells Memorial, First;.
Baptist Church of Windermere, P.O.',
Box 769, Windermere 34786.
A viewing was held Monday at:
Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha, and.,-
funeral services were Tuesday at the:?
First Baptist Church of Windermere, .
Private interment was to follow in
Lakeland.


Alzheimer Support
Group at Summerville
in Ocoee to meet
Summerville at Ocoee, an assist-
ed-living and memory-care resi,"
dence, will conduct a monthly
Alzheimer Family Support Group',
on Thursday, May 25, beginning at'_
6:45 p.m.
The group's goal is to provide help"
to those who are faced with the'
struggles and demands of caring for'
a person with Alzheimer's disease
or other memory-care issues. The 7
support group is sponsored by the
Alzheimer Resource Center and held
at Summerville at Ocoee.
Summerville at Ocoee is located at;
80 N. Clarke Road.
For more information or to RS VP
for the May 25 meeting, call 407.-
843-1910.

Veterans reps
Thursday in Ocoee ..
The American Legion Post 109-:.
of Ocoee M ill ha\e a representativt'-7
in Ocoee City Hall each Thursday -
to provide claim initiation assis-7'
stance for Orange County residents--
who maybe entitled to receive \et-"
eran-related federal and state enti-."
tiements. "'.
For more information. call 407i-;
905-3100.


Seussical

(Continued from front page)
being supervised by senior student
tech director Sarah Van Alstine and
junior stage manager Joe Migliori.
Assisting them are Alexa Gordon.
Mark Glass, Danny Acosta and De-
von Lundine. T% o.former students
have returned as guest designers for
this production. The sets were de-
signed by WOHS grad Benjamin
Rush. and the lighting design \as
done by theater alumnus Matt Cox.
The sho\w is set to open May 3
and runs through May 7. Evening
performances begin at 7:30, and the
May 6 and 7 matinees are at 2:30.
Tickets are $10. and reservations
can be made by calling 407-905-
2400. Ext. 2282. Reservations are
not required but strongly recom-
mended.
Op Saturday, May 6, the high
school will team up with the West
Orange Country Club'to offer the-
ater patrons dinner and the show for
one price. Tickets-are $35 for adults
and $25 for children. That price in-
cludes a Prime Rib Buffet dinner
from 5-7 p.m.
People attending the matinee can
go after the show for dinner, and
those attending the evening perfor-
mance can eat prior to the show.
Those who buy a ticket for the
evening performance will have a
reserved seat, so they can enjoy
their meal without having to rush
back to the auditorium for a choice
seat.


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The West Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcome the
Orange County Health Department's Office of Vital Statistics to Winter
.Garden. Pictured are (I-r): (front) Gloria Norfleet-Robinson (director,
Vital Statistics, OCHD), Maria Rivera (supervisor, OCHD); and (back)
the Rev. Tom Rutherford, Annette Luck and Lori Tyson (ambassadors),
Renee Reneau (executive director of Health Alliance), Kay Behrens
(ambassador) and Dr. Kevin M. Sherin, (director, OCHD).

OCHD's Office of Vital Statistics opens in Winter Garden


In an effort to provide excellent ser-
vice to the community, the Orange
County Health Department's Office of
Vital Statistics has opened a satellite of-
fice at Health Alliance Family Care Cen-
ter, 1210 E. Plant St. in Winter Garden.
They were welcomed to the com-
munity by the West Orange Chamber
of Commerce Ambassadors. A steady
*fldw of customers has already been
seeking additional information about
the services-that Vital Statistics will of-
fer the community.


The OCHD Office of Vital Statistics
will only provide state of Florida certi-
fied, computer-generated birth certifi-
cates to the general public for a fee of
$12. Hours of operation for this loca-
tion are 8 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. Fri-
days only.
Due.to travel, health insurance and
schoolrequirement, there is a constant
need for official birth certificates with
the state of Florida seal. This office
makes this service accessible for the
customers.


Atsludents from Ocoee and Olympia high schools study a sculpture
by~keith Haring at a special exhibit at Isleworth Golf and Country Club.
.,


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 Monday through Fri-
day. Each route takes about an
hour.
Seniors First is a non-profit 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.
To donate time, 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 Or-
ange area. People are needed to be-
friend terminally ill patients, pro-
vide relief for a weary caregiver,
volunteer their pet as a PetPal,
make bereavement calls, sew, make
crafts and help with administrative
work.
Vitas Hospice Volunteer Ser-
vices will hold a training session
Monday, May 15, from 5-11 p.m.
at the Vitas office, 5151 Adanson
St., Suite 200, Orlando. Dinner will
be served.
Call 407-691-4541 or e-mail lin-
da.marcantonio@vitas.com to at-
tend the training or get more in-
formation about the program.

Local students visit
isleworth for a
monumental art tour
Some of Orange Counts's top
high school art students recently
got up close and personal w\'th
modern sculpture masterpieces bN
reno\ ned arusts, including Auguste
Rodin. Joan Miro. Keith Hanng and
Philip Jackson. in a special exhib-
it at Isleworth Golf and CountrN
Club.
By special invitation from Ta\ i-
stock Group. a privately held in-
\estment company headquartered
in Orlando and know n for its o\ n-
ership of Isleworth and Lake Nona
golf and country clubs, 3-D art stu-
dents from Ocoee High and art stu-
dents from Olympia High toured
the Sotheby's at Isleworth Nlonu-
mental Exhibit and Private Sale.
"Our goal %\ith the student art
tour \~as to pro\ ide an opportunity
where learning would be expand-
ed outside of the classroom," said
Doug McMahon, managing direc-
tor of Tavistock. "The unique dis-
play of these monumental pieces
in the natural and pristine setting
of Isleworth allowed the students
to experience the artwork first-
hand."
The students studied the artists
and sculptures before the tour and
sketched compositions from the
sculptures during their \ isit.


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Karen Ruenheck honored at retirement
Health Central hospital's director of volunteer services, Karen Ruenheck, now in her 14th year of service,
is retiring this month, and she has received accolades and gifts and was feted at farewell celebrations from
the hospital and the volunteers, as well as her colleagues from other hospitals. Last week, representatives
from the Florida Association of Directors of Volunteer Services, held a special good-bye event for her: I-r,
Joanne Schwind, formerly with Orlando Regional Health System; Dotty McFarlane of Winter Park Memo-
rial Hospital; Ruenheck; Carole Seifert of Florida Hospital Heartland in Sebring; and Angela Phillips of Or-
lando Regional Sand Lake Hospital. When Ruenheck took over as director of volunteer services at Health
Central, there were 59 volunteers. As she retires, the Health Central volunteers number near 400 and do-
nate more than 5,500 hours each month.at the hospital.


.Health Central acceptir


Health Central is now accepting ap-
plications from area students who want
to 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 Cen-
tral director of volunteer services and
the education department. It is private-
ly funded by physicians and provides
paid summer intern positions to college-
bound students considering medical ca-
reers.
Five paid positions are available for
the six-week program, which will pro-
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.
SStudents will have non-invasive re-
sponsibilities in the medical rotations,
spending approximately two weeks in
each medical area. Interested individu-
als must apply for the program and pro-
vide high school transcripts and letters
of recommendation to the committee of .


ig applications for 5 paid student internships
clinical professionals who will select Health Central information desk, edu-
the five finalists. cation department, volunteer office and
Students must be at least 16 years old, online at www.healthcentral.org. Com-
and high school applicants must have a pleted applications must be submitted
current minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 to the education department on the fourth
scale. College students must have a 3.2 floor at Health Central by 4 p.m. on May
GPA. 5. The program runs from June 12 to
Applications are available at the July 21. For details, call 407-296-1440.


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Thank Heaven For Little Boys!

Justin Micheal Evans born March 24, 2006 at
6:39pm, weighed 7.5 oz..19" long. Parents are
I. Micheal Evans & Brandi Britton of Winter Garden.
.. ,. Grandparents Randy & Cathi Britton of Winter
Garden, Grandparents Glenn & Pat Tatur of Zell-
wood, Grandfather Steve Evans of Winter Garden,
\4 Great Grandparents Joe & Linda McHall of Cape
Coral, FL, Great Grandma Flora Crosby of Cler-
mont and Great Grandpa Jim Crosby watching over his first great grandson from Heaven.
Great Grandparents J.B. & Edna Britton from Granbury Texas. Great Grandparents Evans
of Oakland and Great Grandparents Roy and Maxine Davis of Lithan FL. Great Great
Grandparents Ed & Cornie Burkacki:of Mich, and let's not forget his Aunt Ashli & Carl Brit-
ton of Winter Garden, uncles Justin Evans of Zellwood and Myles Evans of Winter Garden
and Uncle Reese of Clermont and all the Great Aunts, Uncles and
family that love him like he is their very own. Thankyou Micheal and Brendi for the most
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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 4, 2006


Opinion


Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


From our archives

Old Times


Community thanked for supporting WOHS choir


Editor:
I am writing as a parent and a chaperone to the West
Orange High School Choirs, Which just completed their
tour in Italy. It was a beautiful thing to witness these stu-
dents sing on stage and to win gold awards and for Jeff
Redding to win'Best Director. I believe that this expe-
rience represents the best a public school can accomplish
when administrators, teachers, parents and students and
the community work together. These students earned the
privilege to sing m the same historic amphitheater where
Pavarotti sings, where gladiators fought and Christians
were martyred. They earned this privilege through hours
of hard work practicing and fundraising, and because
one man, Jeff Redding, believed in them and encouraged
them to dream big and accomplish something they nev-
er dreamed of accomplishing.
And this man, who grew up in the poorest section of
the Orange County Public School system, who was'
passed off by teachers as one who would never amount
to anything, had one high school teacher at Jones High
School who saw something,special in him. This man,
and these students, did not receive this privilege be-
cause it was handed to them; it was the culmination of
a vision of unity in song, in brotherhood, in purpose


that began years ago, the product of perseverance and
dedication.
As a representative of the West Orange Choirs Boost-
er Club, we would like to thank Dr. Dan Buckman for
his support of this program by attending this trip. We
would also like to thank members of the West Orange
community whose support has allowed us to carry on,
the tradition of "Unity" to Italy. This dream was made
possible through the support of these organizations:
The Chamberlain Foundation (Steven Cahill and Wy-
att Anderson), First Presbyterian Church, Central Flori-
da YMCA, People Of Faith Lutheran Church, West-
wood Church, Windermere Community Church, Friend-
ship Missionary Baptist Church, The Sembler Compa-
ny and Fred and Katina Flynn.
Thank you, West Orange Times, for your continual
support of this program and the arts at West Orange
High School. Your support represents the best of what
community is about: the media, the schools, parents,
and local sponsors working together for. what is best
for our kids.
Vina Mogg
Windermere


Reader questions reinstatement of city attorney
Editor: when faced with a confrontation would leave me.
I agree with Commissioner Jowershaving reserva-
I'can't believe our commissioners reinstated Gerry tions on this reinstatement. I feel the commissioners need
Clark as our Winter Garden city attorney after he walked to have a talk vith Mr. Clark.
off the job because he was asked questions about some
legal issues. This should send up a red flag as to credi- Richard Napotnik
ability. I would not have an attorney representing me that Winter Garden

Brummer gives update on septic-tan k-replacement issue


Editor:

House Bill 1557 creates a grant program for those
homeowners % ho are faced with the possibility of hav-
ing to replace their septic system in the Wekiva River
Basin Area The grant proposal was supported by the
Department of Health's Technical Review and Advisory
Panel.
At its Feb. 15 meeting, the Technical Review and
Ad\ isory Panel ITRAP) decided to withhold approval
of the Department of Health (DOH) proposed rule for
septic systems in the Wekiva Study Area. TRAP also
made several recommendations.
The TRAP committee recommended to the Legisla-
ture and the governor that an independent study be per-
formed to determine w whether or not septic systems in
the Wekiva River Basin Area are significant contribu-
tors of nitrogen to the Wekiva Ri\er and its contribut-
ing springs. TRAP also recommended that a separate
study be conducted by the Department of Environ-
mental Protection to determine the various sources of
nitrogen input into the \Wekva Riher and associated
springs contributing water to the river. TRAP suggest-
ed that the results of these studies be used to determine
the most economically appropriate method to reduce
nitrogen impacts upon the river and its springs.
TRAP also included in its recommendations that the


SDOH develop a model proposal for a septic system
maintenance program. TRAP has recommended that
the system maintenance program include a five-year
mandatory pump out of the onsite system. If you have
a septic system, i would recommend that it be pumped
out even' three years as part of a sound maintenance
program.
The TRAP committee recommended state funding
of any septic system replacement program required for
the Wekiva Study Area if it is determined to be neces-
sary by the independent study.
House Bill 1557 includes all of the recommendations
of the TRAP committee. The bill provides funding for
the study of the impact on the Wekiva River and its
contributing springs of septic systems. The study will
also determine and recommend efficient methods to re-
duce nitrogen impacts on the river and its springs.
HB 1557 passed the House of Representatives on a
vote of 119 representatives in favor and zero represen-
tatives against. The bill has gone to the Senate. The
Senate bill will need to be amended to include the rec-
ommendations of the TRAP. Upon acceptance by the
Senate of the TRAP recommendations, the bill would
be ready to go to the governor for his signature.
Frederick C. Brunmmer
State Representali\ e


YMCA offers Safe Start aquatic program


Man. homes in Central Florida have pools, and lakes
are abundant Unfortunately. dozens of accidental drown-
ing deaths of children occur each year. Drowning ranks
as the No. 1 cause of accidental death for children under
the age of 4 in Florida.
While parents may take some steps to ensure their
children are safe. there is no absolute guarantee of safe-
ty when children are around water.
Safe Start is a one-of-a-kind drow ning prevention pro-
gram that can offer parents some security m helping chil-
dren to be safer. Offered by the Central Florida YMCA.
m conjunction with the Dr. P. Phillips Foundation and In-
fant Swimming Resource. Safe Start swim lessons are spe-
cially designed for infants and toddlers ages 12-36
months, and scholarship programs are available to those
in need.
"We hear stories of infant drowning deaths all too of-
ten in Central Florida," said Safe Start Director Kristen
Ambrosi. "It is the goal of the Safe Start program to give


infants and children the ability to react m a situation like
this. We teach them much more than simply how to s" im
- we teach them how to survive."
The Safe Start program is a six-weeks course con-
sisting of one-on-one private lessons for 10 minutes each
day, five days per week. Certified instructors teach chil-
dren ages 1-4 how to sw\ im through water, roll onto their
back into a floating position to rest and rotate back over
and swim to safety. Because most drowning deaths oc-
cur during a child's normal day, participants are taught
these techniques both in swimwear and normal clothes.
The program has taught these suririal techniques to
more than 100,000 children. Based on feedback from
parents and family members, there are 750 known chil-
dren who have participated and used the skills they
learned to save themselves from a drowning situation.
For information on the Safe Start Drowning Preven-
tion Program, call Ambrosi at 407-644-3603, Ext. 252,
or visit the Web site at .ww w.safestart.cc.


55 years ago
The Post Office Department is issuing a three-cent
stamp through the Norfolk, Va., post office commemo-
rating the Final Reunion of the United Confederate Vet-
erans, according to Ed Henderson, Winter Garden Post-
master.
Marion O. Baker, with his multiple interests as pres-
ident of the Lake Apopka Sportsman's Association, man-
ager of Trailer City and chairman of the Winter Garden
City Commission, is having plenty of grief with the wa-
ter level of Lake Apopka and wants to have a permanent
lock or dam installed by the U.S. Army Engineers in the
Apopka-Beauclair Canal. Letters he has written include
one to President Harry Truman.

40 years ago
A giant cabbage weighing 14 pounds, 7 ounces, was
grown by J.W. Hazel in the front yard of his home at
328 S. Woodland St., Winter Garden. It was grown from
a Danish Ball seed purchased from McCord's Feed Store.
The Winter Garden Ornamental Nursery and B.L. Co-
bia Inc. were honored to have as their guests for tours of
their nurseries five members of a delegation of agricul-
tural specialists from India. While touring the United
States on a study program, the group spent most of the
day in Winter Garden.
Frank Roper was pictured with four beauties in the
West Orange Beauty Pageant held in the auditorium of
Lakeview High School. Winner \ as Debby Foster; first
runner-up, Dian Miller; and second runner-up, Sally
Gaylor. Kay Heidt of Winter Garden, last year's win-
ner, came home from Auburn University to crown the new
Miss West Orange County.

35 years ago
Winter Garden Postmaster Fred Bekemeyer announced
the new postal rates. Letters will be raised from 6 cents
to 8 cents per ounce. Airmail will be raised from 10 to
11 cents and postcards from 5 to 6 cents.
Congratulations to the Lakeview High School band
and its director. Harold Cooper. The band received an "ex-
cellent" rating in the recent North Florida competition.


Karen Tucker and Nancy Bock received "superior" rat-
ings on their flute solos.
Friends of West Orange Memorial Hospital held a din-
ner at the Winter Garden Inn to mark National Hospital
Week and to honor two men. Dr. Albert Gleason was
chairman of the Board of Trustees from 1957-71; and
Harry Smith was one of several citizens selected by May-
or Frank Roper, in 1945, to investigate the necessity for
a hospital in Winter Garden. Also receiving a special
plaque from Bob Barber, hospital administrator, was'
Bob Davis, longtime Winter Garden pharmacist, for pro-
viding free newspapers, both daily and weekly, to the
hospital patients.

25 years ago
Among the participants in the Antique Automobile
Club of America Southeastern Division meet held at the
Central Florida Fairgrounds, was Karl Osburn of Win-
dermere. He has done extensive research to locate the
proper upholstery fabric and pin stripe styling in an ef-
fort to restore his 1932 Model B Ford to complete orig-
inality.
Rob Bradford of Windermere, 16-year-old Bishop
Moore High School student, has gone to Washington as
a page for Congressman Bill Nelson.

15 years ago
In a unique honor bestowed on retiring Southern Bell
executive Bill Amidon of Windermere, a number of or-
ange trees were planted on Orange Avenue in Orlando
in front of Southern Bell's office building. Nearly 200 peo-
ple attended the company's farewell salute to the popu-
lar operations manager. The Amidon mini-grove was
the idea of fellow Southern Bell employee Tom Ison,
former mayor of Ocoee.
Gerard Christopher soared into Winter Garden to film
another episode of The Adventures of Superboy. Lee
Grinmes, assistant special effects'makeup artist, was seen
apple ing makeup to the actress who plays Lana Lane.


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Business


Best Fest is May 11 at Veranda Park


Veranda Park in MetroWest is the
tite 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.
'i Community attendees will be treated
, to samples of culinary delights while
i getting acquainted with the services
and businesses offered in West Or-
ange.
SFood and beverage exhibitors in-
clude American Pie Pizza Co., Anaelle
S& Hugo Euro Bistro and Lounge, Big
SCity Catering, Cookies By Design,'
Crystal Springs, El Quijote, Flo's
Taste of Soul Catering, Froots, Hard


Rock Cafe, House Blend Caf6,
Knightly Spirits, Let's Eat!, MetroW-
est Golf Club, Oerther Foods, Pen-
guin'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
Commerce at 407-656-1304. Tick-
ets will be $31 at the door. One dol-
lar from each ticket sold.is con-
tributed to the Chamber Scholarship
Fund.
Veranda Pak is located at the in-
tersection of South Hiawassee Road
and Westpoint Boulevard, across
from the MetroWest Country Club.


Abel Sanchez (left) and Luis Giraldo are the co-owners of Gua-
camole Mexican Cuisine, located at 14019 W. Colonial Drive
in Winter Garden.

Guacamole to celebrate Cinco

de Mayo in Winter Garden


SPartner-in-Education hosts luncheon
Maxey Elementay School's 2rid- and 5th-grade students who made the
Principal's Honor Roll were treated to a luncheon recently at CiCi's,
.,' Pizza. The event was organized by Frank and Sally Willis on-behalf of
SAT&T and New Outlook Telecom Pi6neers, a Partner-in-Education for
'Maxey Elementary.


'SP Recycling expands with AAGressive Hauling


' SP Recycling Co.. \which has been
serving West Orange County for near-
ly 25 years, recently announced the
grand opening of its AAGressive
Hauling branch.
The ne\' division \ ill expand the
company 's presence in Orange. Lake
and Sumter counties by hauling com-
7fmercial and residential construction
..and demolition debris. George Da\ id-


son was named as AAGressive Haul-
ing's field sales manager.
For more information, call 407-285-
2002 or 352-343-7730.


One of Winter Garden's,
newest Mexican restaurants is
inviting the community to
come celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Guacamole Mexican Cui-
sine, located at 14019 W. Colo-
nial Drive in the Winter Gar-
den Regional Shopping Cen-
ter, has been building a fol-
lowing of customers and hopes
to add to its popularity with Fri-
day's celebration. Luis Giral-
do and Abel Sanchez opened
Guacamole in November after.
moving to the area from Ne\\
York City.
"It has been one of my
dreams since I was a kid to.
cook authentic Mexican dishes
from traditional family
recipes." said Giraldo. "We
serve only the freshest Mexi-
can food from scratch. There
is no canned food allowed in
our kitchen."
Giraldo said he plans on hav-
ing a Mariachi band on hand


for Friday's Cinco de Mayo
celebration, in addition to the
restaurant's usual cuisine and
happy hour specials. A home-
made sangria with fresh fruits,
he added, is one. of the special-
ty drinks offered.
The menu at Guacamole,;Gi-
raldo said, is not setin stone.
Customers can request to have
any dish prepared to meet their
liking.
There are.81 food items to
choose from on the restaurant's
extensive menu, including a 'a-
rietN of quesadillas. burritos.
tostadas. sopes, soups. salads.
fajitas, enchiladas, seafood and
desserts. The menu also fea-
tures 10 combination platters,
seven vegetarian dishes and
five children's specials.
Guacamoles Mexican Cui-
sine is open seven days a week
from 11a.m. to 9p.m. For more
information, call 407-905-
5162.


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Winter Garden resident

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Local pet owners can hang up their
pooper-scoopers thanks to a Winter
Garden businessman.
Kelly Brott recently opened the first
Pet Butler franchise in the metro Or-
lando area. It is the fourth branch in
Florida for the Dallas-based company.
Pet Butler charges a modest, per-
visit fee to collect and dispose of dog
and cat waste from a pet owner's
property. Brott's Pet Butler operation
is located in Winter Garden and of-
fers weekly and twice-weekly pick-
up services.
"I was looking for an opportunity to
own my own business, and I have to
admit the idea of that business being
.poop-scooping make -me laugh at
first," Brott said. "The more I learned
about it, though, I realized it was just


the kind of opportunity I was looking
for."
Brott's service area includes Win-
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Winter Garden


Pledging to remain drug-free
Maxey Elementary School held its DARE (Drug Assistance Resistance Education) graduation recently.
Deputy Quinones led the program in Ms. Summerville's (above) and Mr. Knipe's (below) 5th-grade classes.


Egg hunt winners
The Winter Garden Lions Club filled hundreds of plastic eggs with candy for its annual Easter egg hunt in
Newton Park. Thegolden-egg winners in this 56th Lions egg hunt were: Francesca Difiore (9-10 age group),
J.T. Cordua (7-8), Bryce Walker (5-6), Hayden Gurley (3-4) and Brian Eubanks (0-2). The club thanks the
community for a great turnout.


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Adult Day Program
has openings at
Health Central Park
Health Central Park's Adult Day
Program has immediate openings for
anyone older than 55 seeking social-
ization, outings and activities with
their peers. For more information on
these fun-filled days and a tour of the
facility, call the Adult Day Program
at 407-296-1630. HCP is on North
Dillard Street in Winter Garden.

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
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Wagle graduates from basic training


Army National Guard Pvt.
Kathryn L. Wagle has graduated
from basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia. S.C.
During the nine weeks of train-.
ing, the soldier studied the Army
mission, history, tradition and core
values and physical fitness. She
received instruction and practice
in basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare and


bayonet training, drill and cere-
mony, marching, rifle marksman-
ship, armed and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics. rrilitanl
courtesy and justice system. basic
first aid, foot marches and field
training exercises.
She is the daughter of Darlene
Hoke of Winter Garden and a 2005
graduate of East Ridge High
School, Clermont.


Ready for the steaks
Gregg Halteman (right) of Garden Music Center is congratulated by
Winter Garden Rotary Club President Rodney Jolley for winning a grill
donated by Ace Hardware for a Relay For Life fund-raiser. Owner Wal-
ter Toole gave the grill to the Winter Garden Rotary Club to raffle off pri-
or to the March 31 event. The club raised $3,032.14 fdr the American
Cancer Society in a combined effort from Happy Dollars, plant sales,
basket raffles, goody sales and the grill raffle.


New member
Todd Nichols (center) has joined the Winter Garden Rotary Club. With
him are Don Duncan (left), membership chairperson, and Gary Atwill,
his sponsor. Nichols is the president of West Orange Photo & Digital,
a full-service imaging lab and framing company. He works with still
photos, film and digital. He is also president of the Winter Garden Down-
town Merchants. Nichols said he joined because of the camaraderie and
the focus on charity projects. He.can be reached at 321-221-1414 or
tnichols@westorangephoto.com.


Winter Garden
library programs
For information on programs of-
fered at the S.C. Battaglia Memorial
Winter Garden Library, call 407-656-
4582. The library is at 805 E. Plant
St. in Winter Garden.
May 11, at 10:15 a.m., "Music To-
gether" will be presented. This inter-
active program of family music fosters
movement with infants, toddlers and
preschoolers.
May 25, from 3-4 p.m., children ap-
proximately 6-12 years of age are in-
vited to a Reading with Radio Disney
program. This 45-minute storytelling
program includes a Radio Disney per-
sonality who will read a story, 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 utilize to
victimize 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, ranging
from computer basics to advance
classes, such as Word, Excel and Pow-.
erPoint.
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 chil-'
dren 18-36 months. Storybook Fun
for those ages 3-5 is at 11:15 a.m.

Summer camp
registration for rec
Children ages 5-13 (must have com-,
pleted kindergarten) can attend the,
Winter Garden Recreation Depart-
ment's summer day camp program.
Camp is held from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday during the';!
summer. Cost is $60 per week for the ;:
First child, $45 for the second and $30 .
for each additional.
Register at the rec office, 1 Surprise
Drive, during regular business hours.
Space is limited, and the camp is only
open to Winter Garden residents.
A two-week deposit and proof of
residency are required when register-
ing. Call the rec at 407-656-4155 for
more details.

Extreme Teen
Sports Camp
Learn all the sports basics from ex-
perienced West Orange High School
coaches in the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department's Extreme Teen
Sports Camp. Sports offered include
tennis, soccer, golf, basketball, water
polo, football and volleyball. This is-
open to Winter Garden residents ages .
12-15, and the cost is $70 per week.
For more information, call the rec of-
fice at 407-656-4155.


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Thursday, May 4, 2006 The West Orange Times 7A


Alex (left) and Chris Cotter of Ocoee enjoy watching the model of an
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad freight train at the Central Florida Railroad
Museum in Winter Garden. They were viewing a special railroad lay-
out that is a special exhibit through May 31. They are the sons of Jim
and Diana Cotter.

Model trains on display at museum


A giant model railroad layout is on
display at the Central Florida Railroad
Museum in Winter Garden. Created
by the Orlando Society of Model Rail-
roaders, the setting for the exhibit is
1950s Florida. Passenger and freight
trains of the Atlantic Coast Line and
Seaboard Air Line run on the layout.
This special exhibit is hosted by the
Central Florida chapter of the Nation-
al Railway Historical'Society in co-
operation with the Winter Garden Her-
itage Foundation.


Admission to the Railroad Museum
is free. There is a 50-cent admission
price for individuals or $1 for families
to view the operating railroad. This is
to help defray the cost of leasing the lay-
out.
This attraction will remain at the
museum through May 31. Schools and
groups are being urged to make reser-
vations for visits.
The Railroad Museum is located at
101 S Boyd St.. Winter Garden. and
is open daily from 1-5 p.m.


Busy Sunday afternoon
Destiny Hodges and her friends, Chaminox and Sabrina Searles, of
Country Lakes in Winter Garden caught this catfish in Blake Lake on
a recent Sunday. The fish was caught with a pole, but it took all 3 girls
to get it into the johnboat with a net. The haul was 27 inches long and
11.8 pounds.


Sophomore honors
KimberlN Carter of Orlando was
among the nearly 250 students hon-
ored during the recent Annual Hon-
ors Convocation at St. Andrews
Presbyterian College.
Carter. a member of the Class of
2008. received Sophomore Honors
She is a graduate of West Orange
High School and the daughter of
James Carter and Deborah Heisner-
Carter of Orlando.
St Andrew s is a four-sear liber-
al arts and sciences college in the
Sandhills Region of North Caroli-
na.

VFW activities
West Orange \FW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliar\ \ill meet Nlon-
da\. NMa 8. at 7 p.m. The post
meets Monday. Nla\ 15. at 7 p.m.
The Men's Auxiliary \will meet
Wednesday. May 17. at 6 p.m.
Anyone interested in becoming a
member can \isit the post home,
1170 E. Plant St., Winter Garden.
for details on obtaining member-
ship.





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Learn about Scouting
at annual Family Fest
The annual Rolling Hills District
Scouting Family Fest is this Saturday.
May 6. from 10 a m. to noon on the
grounds of the First Baptist Church
of Winter Garden. Interested partici-
pants are invited to see what Scout-
ing in Winter Garden is all about.
There \ill be crafts, displays and
more. plus the Cub Scouts. Webelos
and Boy Scouts compete in the Push
Cart Derby scheduled to start at 11
a. m.
Scout units from across the district,
\\ which covers Orange and South Lake
counties. \%ill be present.


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Day of Giving a
The 3rd Annual Day of Giving
event will be held at the Maxey Com-
munity Center in Winter Garden Sat-
urday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The purpose of the.event is to provide
valuable resources to the communi-
ty.


Last year, approximately 300 com-
munity residents attended this event.
Free haircuts, health and community
resources, screenings, clothing and
non-perishable food items were avail-
able and will be again this year<
Attendees will have an opportuni-
ty to receive information from the fol-
lowing organizations: 211 Commu-
nity Resources, AHCA Area 7 Med-
icaid Office, Amerigroup, Center for
Multicultural Wellness and Preven-
tion, city of Winter Garden, KB
Home, Lerner Family Chiropractic,
LIHEAP, Neighborhood Center for

Swim this weekend
at Farnsworth Pool
The city of Winter Garden offers a
variety of aquatic programs for the
spring and summer. For more infor-
mation on these or other programs,
call the Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment at 407-656-4155.
Farnsworth Pool is at Garden Av-
enue and Surprise Drive. Bouler Pool
is on Klondike Street.
Farnsworth opens for weekend
swimming this Saturday, May 5. Dai-
ly swimming from 1-6 p.m. begins at
both Farnsworth and Bouler on May
24. The cost is $2 for ages 11 and up,
$1 for children ages 2-10 and free for
children younger than 2.
Adult lap swim is Tuesday through
Saturday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. at Farnsworth Pool.
Swim lessons cost $35 and generally
consist of eight 40-minute lessons at
Farnsworth Pool. The first session is
May 30, and registration is taking
place no,%.
Group classes are available for all
s\ im leI\els. Private lessons are $15
for each half hour.
Birthday parties can be planned at
Farnsworth Pool. Packages.are avail-
able for $75. Scheduling is required
at least one week prior to the intend-
ed party date.
.An experienced water aerobics in-
structor teaches exercises on Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
and Saturdays from 9-10 a.m. Class-
es are $7 each plus a first-time join-
ers fee of $5. Multiple-class discount
cards are available. Signups are tak-
en prior to class start time.

W.G. Rec Dept.'s
Active 50 programs
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment has programs for its Active
50 and Over Group. For more infot-
mation on these programs, call the rec
office at 407-656-4155. All take place
at the Old Fire Station Recreation Cen-
ter, 127 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden.
Sign up in person at the rec office, 1
Surprise Drive.
Armchair Traveler Travelers
meet from 10 a.m. to noon on the thiud
Friday of each month. The cost is $2,
and light refreshments are served.
Breakfast Event Club -Join the
club for a steady diet of friendship and
health eating and discuss current
events and topics of the day. It meets
on the third Tuesday of each month
from 9-1 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 die
second Monday from 2-5 p.m. There
is no charge. and light rerreshmnents
are served.


It Maxey center
Families, Prepaid Legal, Primary Care
Access Network, Winter Garden Fam-
ily Health Center and WIC. Also pro-
viding information are these Orange
County organizations: Community
Action, Cooperative Extension,
Health Department (including den-
tal), Library 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
being sponsored by the Rev. Willie
and Mary Barnes with the Interna-
tional Church of Faith, Orange Coun-
ty Community Action Division and
the county's District 1 commissioner,
Teresa Jacobs.
For more information, call Debbie
Belanoff at 407-836-7178.

Activities at the Winter
Garden Rec Department
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activitiesfor children
and adults. For more information, call
the rec office at 407-656-4155. Pre-
registration is required for most
events.
Pilates Learn techniques in
stretching and healthy exercise to.in-
crease flexibility, cardiovascular
strength and spine alignment. Each
class is $7 and takes place Thursdays
from 6:30-7:30 p.m. atLittle Hall, 31
W. Garden Ave.
Tennis lessons Beginner and
intermediate classes are for adults and
youth ages 5 and older at the Chapin.
Station courts on Tuesday evenings
and Saturday mornings. Classes run
six weeks and cost $30 (5-7 years old),
$54 (ages 8-14),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.


At the end of what seemed like the
hottest day of the year, Edie Solomon
of Winter Garden and Cheryl Jaskot
of Killarney were ready to sign up for
another Breast Cancer 3-Day walk. It
was Sunday afternoon, Oct. 9, and
while waiting for the other participants
to finish the Tamp 60)-mile walk. the
two sat in the registration tent, intent-
ly looking at the location options for the
following year's walk. Philadelphia
was the consensus, with its cooler,
hopefully drier, climate in Otober.
Said Solomon: "Looking back over
what the walk entailed, sleeping with
no breeze on a rainy night in atent, as
I feared, was the worst part of our ad-
venture. Everything was well orga-
nized, the food was great, everyone
we saw was smiling and helpful. I got
my first real blister, too much sun. but
I got reacquainted \ ith a friend from
junior high that I hadn't seen in over
30 years."
What inotivates each walker is as


different as the walkers themselves.
Both Jaskot and Solomon have close
friends who have battled breast can-
cer some have lost their fight, oth-
ers live with hope. It is for these wom-
en, and their daughters and grand-
daughters, that they walk.
Their enthusiasm for the 3-Day has
rubbed off on'others, as friends from
far and near, have joined the walk.
"We were a small team last year,
only the two of us," Solomon said.
"Now there are six women and a man
on our 'Keepin' Abreast' team.
"I.like the idea of having a man on
our team. It gives us the opportunity to.
get the word out that this is not a gen-
der-specific disease."
S"We wanted to do something bold to
help fight the disease." Jaskot said,
"and what better way than to set a goal
to accomplish something as challeng-
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Ocoee


Health Central accepting applications

for 5 paid student internships


Health Central is now accepting
applications from area students who
want to participate in the 2006 Med-
ical Sciences Summer Program. This
unique internship program offers an
in-depth look at careers in health-
care.
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 consider-
ing medical careers.
Five paid positions are available for
the six-week program, which will


provide learning experiences in clin-
ical nursing units, the emergency de-
partment, the Surgery Center, Ex-
pressCare clinic and ambulance ser-
vices. Students selected for the pro-
gram will work approximately 30
hours per week and earn $7 per hour.
Students.will have non-invasive
responsibilities in the medical rota-
tions, spending approximately two
weeks in each medical area. Inter-
ested individuals must apply for the
program and provide high school
transcripts and letters of recom-
mendation to the committee of clin-
ical professionals that will select the
five finalists.


Ribbon winner
Ocoee resident Emily Ratcliff, 5, was recently awarded several ribbons
for her artwork submitted to the Central Florida Fair's Fine Arts Com-
petition in the elementary division. She received a lst-place blue rib-
bon for her mixed-media piece 'My Family Tree' and 1st place for her
color digital photograph 'Mean Bird.' She also received 2nd place in
the watercolor division, honorable mention in color digital photography
and 2nd place for one of her 35mmn color photographs. Emily is in pre-
kindergarten at Central Florida Preparatory School.



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296-1440.


Ocoee 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 heldafter 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 407-905-3'100, Ext. 9-
1504, Jim Sills at -107-656-3700 or
Tom Hendrix at 407-758-4056.

Ocoee High to host
golf tourney May 27
The Ocoee High'School Athletic
Department will host a golf tourna-
ment fund-raiser May 27 at Forest
Lake Golf Course in Ocoee.
The registation fee is $70 per play-
er. Hole sponsors are available for
$50.'Tee time is set for8 a.m.
For more information, contact OHS.
Athletic Director Bill Chambers at
407-905-3006 or chamber @ocps.net.
or call OHS Booster Club President
Pat Buckles at 321-689-6220.

American Legion
meets at Vignetti
Recreation Center
The Ocoee American Legion Post
109 is now located at the Vignetti
Recreation Center at 1906 Adair St.
in Ocoee \ while the post is undergo-
ing construction. The meetings are,
held on the second Friday 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
w' hose zip code is 34761 can call Post
109 to receive a banner. For more in-
formation, call Adjutant Ed Bowers
at 407-877-6057.


Woman's Club honors local students


The Woman's Club of Ocoee held
its annual Creative Expression Cele-
bration last week and honored the el-
ementary school winners at a lun-
cheon.
Students.used essays, poems, art
and song to express "What Family
Means to Me."
Each winner from Citrus, Clarcona,
Ocoee and Spring Lake elementaries


received a blue ribbon and a certifi-
cate of excellence, and each school
media center received $100.
Domino's Pizza, a local school sup-
porter, and club members provided
lunch for the students, their parents
and selected school staff. The atten-
dance was the largest ever for this
event, which is a long-standing tradi-
tion of the Woman's Club.


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Citrus Elementary Creative Expression Celebration winners: I-r, Brittany
Byron, Jose Velazquez; Kimberly Ricotta and Ciara Styles.


Clarcona Elementary winners honored by the Woman's Club of Ocoee:
i-r, Stephanie Bhoja, Carrie Harris, Shayna Decker and Breggin Eddy.


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Ocoee Elementary winners at the Woman's Club: I-r, Samantha Tarvin,
DakotaLowe, Britney Whitehurst and Antonette Pargeon.


Spring Lake Elementary winners at the Woman's Club: I-r, Cathy Henderson,
Courtney Paige Bass and Kara Compo. Not pictured: Selena Barajas.


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Police departments
host May 6
Bike Safety Ride
In recognition of May being
National Bike Safety Month,
'the Ocoee and Winter Garden .
police departments have joined
together to host a Bicycle Safe-
ty Ride on May 6.
The ride will be on the West
Orange Trail, starting at Ocoee
High. The riders will travel to
Chapin Station (1.3 mile).
There the riders will enjoy free
hot dogs and drinks and then :
ride back to OHS.
Prior to the ride, the two po-
lice departments will be regis-
tering bicycles and properly fit-
ting bicycle helmets. Registra-
tion begins at 9:30 a~m. at
Ocoee High. Participants can
park in the school parking lot
near the~ gym. The riders will
begin leaving at 10:30.
For additional information,
contact Sgt. StephenMcCosker
of the Ocoee Police Depart- .
ment at 407-905-3160, Ext.
3055-.


Autistic and Related
Disabilities Program
A free Autistic and Related Dis
abilitie&:Program is offered for all ages
and disabilities from 6-7 p.m.. each
Tuesday night at Jim Beech Recre7
ation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road
in Ocoee.
For more information, contact
JoAnne by pager at 407-740-3500 or
467-654-1-982.

Bereavementsupport
At St. Pauls in Ocoee
VITAS Innovative Hospice- Cake'
offers; beLrea% ement support group to
3n one wh'~o ha e\penenced the loss
of a lo% ed one. These groups offer un-
deristandino. useful information and
sharing %vitih others %%r ho are grie% ing.
.-n ongoing general erief support
group is held Nlonda\s from 6:30-8
p.m. at St. Pauls Presb tetrian Church,
9600 W. Colonial Drive in Ocoee.
This group is led by staff from %1-I
TAS innovative Ho-spice Care.
To register or for more inforunafion,
call Maureen at 407-691-9549.'

Business Links
Networking chapter
The Business Links Netw\ork~ing
Ocoee Chapter meets monthly on thp
second "and fourtth Tu~sday-at nooti At
Positano's, 8995 W., Colonial Dri~e.
Ocoee;
This is a free net%\ork~ing group
whose aim is to help bw ine~sses grm%.
For more information, log on to
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Join the Ocoee '
Histori cal Commiss'ion
Interested members of the commut-,
nity are. invited to attend the meettings
osf the Ocoee Historical Commission~
on the second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Ocoee Woman' s Clubb
on Lakewood Avenue.

Woman's Club of
Ocoee* rentable 9
The Woman' s Club of Ocoee Club-
house is available for X% edding s. show--
ers, birthday parties ~and club meet-
ings. To inquire about availability and,
rental rates, call 407 656-7115.

Pop Warner 'league
needs coaches '
The Ocoee Bulldogs Pop Warner
Football League is seeking cheer I~c
football coaches for the 2006 season'.
The league is looking for experienced
coaches interested in sharing time andd
knowledge with kids. i
The league would also like to hear,
from anyone interested in being a paAt
of it-, Peneral board for the 2006 sea


day at the Vignetti Recreation Center
from 6-9 p.m. The center is located ,t
1910 Adair St. in Ocoee.
For more information, call BarbaA
McBride at 4077889-8558 or 40772567
7354.







Thursday, May 4, 2006 The West Orange Times 9A


West Orange Seniors
plan May meeting
The next meeting for the West Or-
ange Seniors will be a potluck luncheon
on Thursday, May 18, at noon in the
fOcoee Community Center to celebrate
James Mobley's retirement. Members
are asked to bring thank-you cards for
;James in appreciation of his many years
of service to the Seniors.
Also on the agenda is a memorial ser-
vice for all the deceased members and a
'Mother's Day tribute and gift to Tillie
iTinto, who took in 41 foster children.
On Saturday, May 13, the Seniors will
take a trip to Dade City for the Native
SAmerican Pow Wow. There will be na-
!tive crafts, singing, dancing and story-
itelling. The bus will leave the Commu-
nity Center at 8 a.m., and the cost is $5.
Anyone planning to take this trip is
asked to call Helen Esposito at 407-656-
6826.
Several Seniors attended the 90th
:birthday celebration for Charlotte Man-
ning at the First United Methodist
,Church of Winter Gardei on April 23.
Last Thursday, a group of club mem-
bers honored Lori Horn at a luncheon at
Captain D's in Winter Garden. Lori is
leaving the Ocoee Parks and Recreation
SDepartment for a different position with
:the city. The group also had cake and
:ice cream forherin the Community Cen-
ter to thank her for her dedication to the
West Orange Seniors. In turn, she pre-
sented each Senior present with a rose.
SOn April 25, all the Seniors who vol-
unteer at the West Orange Christian Ser-
vice Center attended a thank-you break-
fast there prepared by Rosemary Wilsen.
Each volunteer received a door prize as
a token of the center's appreciation.

Car wash May 6
:.* The-Community Emergency Re-
sponse Team (CERT) is sponsoring a
Family Car Wash at the Ocoee Oaks
Methodist Church on Clarke Road
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday,
May 6.
There will be hot dogs and ham-
burgers. as \well a wet slide, amoonwalk
and face-painting for the children.

Long-term care seminar
planned May 13
Cliff Gill, a certified senior advisor
and fund specialist. \ ill lead an edu-
cational seminar on long-term care for
seniors at the West Oaks Library in
Ocoee on Saturday, May 13; at 2 p.m.
Topics he will cover will include
nursing homes, assisted-living facili-
ties, home healthcare and adult daycare.
as well as the limitations of Medicare
and Medicaid. A quesnon-and-answer
session will follow the program.

AARP 2518 to meet
AARP Chapter 2518 will meet
Thursday, May 4. at St. Pauls Pres-
bvterian Church in Ocoee at noon.
Members whose last names begin v ith
the letters N-Z are asked to bring an
ethnic dish. These dishes will be sold
for 25 cents per scoop.

Bedtime stories at Ocoee
branch library
The West Oaks Library in Ocoee is
hosting bedtime stories for children
pn May 3 and May 17. both WVednes-
days. at 7 p.m. Children are invited to
,Near pajamas. bedroom slippers and
bring blankets. Cookies, milk and
juice are served after the stories.

Music Together
at Ocoee library
1 The West Oaks Library in Ocoee
w ill host a program entitled N"Music
Together" on Thursday. Nlay 11, at
l,1:30 a.m. in celebration of National
Music Week (May 7-13).
This interactive program explores
music and movement with infants.
toddlers and preschoolers.

.West Orange High
Glass 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
Lodge. For more information, call Jill
Fremont at 407-970-7601 or e-mail
fremontj @earthlink.net.

iAlzhiemer support
group at Summerville
Sumnierville at Ocoee, an assisted-liv-
ing and memory-care residence, con-
ducts 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 ho a.re faced with the struggles
and demands of caring for a person with
Alzheimer's disease or other memory-
care issues. The support group is sponsored
by the Alzheimer Resource Center.
; Summell de at Ocoee is located at 80
N. Clarke Road in Ocoee. For more in-
formation ot to RSVP for the next meet-
ing. call 407-843-1910.


Summerville seeks
volunteers
Summerville at Ocoee. an assisted-liv-
~ng and memory-carre sidence, is seek-
. g volunteers to assist with events, outings,
bingo. crafts, games and other activities.
as well as provide musical entertainment.
SFor more information, call Btty Phillips
and Kwanza Bryant at 407-299-2710.


Ocoee Middle at the fair
The Ocoee Middle School FFA students received awards for their outstanding work at the Central Florida
Fair, including a 1st-place award for their displaybooth.


In the Central Florida Fair Rabbit Show. Ocoee Middle FFA students won awa
place in the.Showmanship Class), Eddie Grammer (1st runner-up in the Gra
Scott (Reserve Grand Champion) and Kayla Switzer (Showmanship Grand Cl
bit Poster Contest, Kami won 1st place, Roxanne 2nd place and Eddie 3rd pla
Show runner-up for his FFA workbook on raising his.rabbit. In addition, Kayla
Breed and Best of Show with her rabbit and a 1st and a 2nd in the Horticulture

National Day of Prayer celebrations set
West Orange County will mark the or."
National Day of Pra er this Thursday. Local governmental representatives
May 4, with tro celebrations. The first have been invited to come and participate,
\\ ill be held from noon to I p.m. at the and all ot the community is welcome to
Ocoee Gazebo at Starke Lake. This will attend this celebration.
be an informal time of prayer with back- The National Day of Prayer tradition
ground music. Prayers will be offered predates the founding of the United States
for national, state and local leaders. of America. \when the Continental
The second celebration will be held Congress issued a proclamation setting
from 7-8 p.m at Living Waters Church. aside a day of prayer in 1775. In 1952,
120 lMcKeN St. in Ocoee. The theme for Congress established an annual day of
the 2006 celebration is "America. hon- payer, and in 1988 that law was amend-
or God" and is based on I Samuel 2:30 ed. designating the National Day of
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Massage therapy at
The students from Westside Tech's
massage therapy program have teamed
up with Health Central's Community
Center at the West Oaks Mall in
Ocoee to provide a special communi-
ty 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 allow-
ing the students to practice their skills
on members of the community," said
Lorena Haynes, who chairs the mas-
sage therapy program at Westside
Tech.

Golden graduates from
basic training
Army Pfc. Garrett J. Golden has
graduated from basic combat military
training at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla.
During the eight weeks of training,
the soldier studied the Army mission
and received instruction in drill and
ceremonies, rifle marksmanship,
weapons, map reading, tactics, armed
and unarmed combat, military courtesy,
military justice, physical fitness, first
aid, Army history, core values and tra-
ditions and special training in human
relations.
Golden is the son of Susan Golden
*of Featherstone Circle. Ocoee.


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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, May 10,
also from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The chair massages are free, and no
appointment is necessary. Individu-
als with major health considerations,
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.

Blood Drive in Ocoee
set for Friday, May 12
The city of Ocoee is sponsoring a
blood drive on Friday, May 12, from
9 a.m. to 3 p m. at the old fire station
on Bluford Avenue in front of City
Hall. The drive is being conducted by
Florida's Blood Centers, which is ex-
periencing a critical shortage of blood.
Donors will receive a $10 Publix
gift certificate, a Seaworld discount
coupon and 50 percent off coupons to
Medieval Times and Porkies BBQ.
Those donating for the third time as
members of Club Red will receive a
$15 gift certificate to Darden Restau-
rants.


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with our team and thou-
ers as we raise aware-
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dation and the Nation-
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ncer 3-Day assures me
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millions of dollars we
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t Friday morning, Oct.
ith closing ceremonies
noon, Oct. 8. Thousands


of walkers will cover about 20 miles
a day, traveling at their own pace.
The walkers will be supported by
hundreds of volunteer crew mem-
bers who will provide meals, water
and snack stops; gear transport; hot
showers and portable restrooms;
safety'on the streets; and compre-
hensive medical services.
In order, to participate, each walk-
er must train for the event and must
commit to raising a minimum of
$2,200, although many raise more
than that.
To help Solomon and Jaskot reach
their goals, donations can be made
directly to the pair's donation page at


www.The3Day.org; click on
Philadelphia then their name. To
learn how to participate or volunteer
with the walk, call 800-996-3DAY.
As the primary beneficiary of the
Breast Cancer 3-Day Series, the
Komen Foundation will receive 85
percent of the net proceeds to sup-
port breast cancer research, educa-
tion, screening and treatment pro-
grams. An independent non-profit
organization, National Philanthrop-
ic Trust is the event manager and will
direct up to 15.percent of the net pro-
ceeds to the NPT Breast Cancer
Fund, a special field-of-interest fund
for breast cancer initiatives.


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Bowl-a-thon to benefit
Rotary charities
The Winter Garden Rotary
Club is putting together a bowl-
a-thon at Carter Family Bowl on
Thursday, May 27. Four-mem-
ber teams can sign up by calling
407-877-4015 and asking for a
form. The lanes are at 715 S. Dil-
lard St.


Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. L. and T. Saulino 2. G. and
M. Czarnecki 3. J. and D. Schweiger
4. M. Arrington-A. Scott 5. F. Litter-
H. Parker; E-W: 1. J. and G. Woltman
2. R. and B. Blair 3. J. and B. Hebert
4. I. and S. Horovitz 5. L. Nieman-
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Winter Garden- (Continued from front page) Winter Garden Rec
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swearing in of Quesinberry and Jow-
ers to their respective offices.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials,
authorized the city to negotiate with
traffic consultants HDR and DRMP
for continued service contracts to han-
dle traffic counts, concurrency, traffic
study review and impact fee analysis.
voted to direct Public Works Di-


rector Bob Smith to report at a future
meeting on a state-revolving fund loan
for stormwater projects.
approved a stormwater drainage
easement between the city and the West
Orange Business Park located off
County Road 535 and West Colonial
Drive.
donated $500 to Autism and Re-
lated Disabilities Gym Program Inc.


Winter Garden Heritage Museum is turning 8
The Winter Garden Heritage Museum is celebrating its 8th birthday
Wednesday, May 17, at 1 p.m. The community is invited to visit the
museum at 1 N. Main St. and enjoy a slice of birthday cake.
For more information on the museum or the Heritage Foundation,
call 407-656-3244.


pian oaince tor
middle-schoolers
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is hosting a middle school
dance this Friday, May 12, from 7-
11 p.m. at Tanner Hall. It is open to
all sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade
students and will include a live disc
jockey, the latest hit songs, games,
prizes and snacks (available for pur-
chase).
School dress code is required, and
students must present a current school
ID at the door. Cost is $5 and can be
paid at the door.
For more information, go to
www.wintergarden-fl.gov or call the
rec office at 407-656-4155.


Dentist honored by dental association


LISA GRIMES, DDS


The Oklahoma Dental Association
honored Lisa Grimes, DDS, Enid, with
the ODA President's Leadership
Award, distinguishing her as one of
Oklahoma's outstanding dentists. Pre-
sented each year, this award recog-
nizes an ODA member who has dis-
played a special interest in promoting
leadership within the association.
Grimes is the daughter of Clyde and
Shirley Wicker, former teachers at
Foundation Academy in Winter Gar-
den.
Dr. Grimes was recognized for her
outstanding service to organized den-
tistry and to her dental colleagues as ex-
emplified in the following areas: chair-
man of the ODA Council on Dental
Care, member of Oklahoma Dental
Foundation Board of Trustees, four-


year member of ODA House of Del-
egates, vice president of Northwest
District Dental Society, 2004 recipient
of the ODA Young Dentist of the Year
Award and chairman of the ODF Mo-
bile Dental Care Program Task Force.
She is active in her community and
makes numerous presentations during
the Enid Public Schools Dental Health
Month. She participates in the Point-
ers on Pregnancy Program, serves as
a Head Start dental provider and par-
ticipates in the Enid Chamber of Com-
merce.
Grimes completed her undergradu-
ate degree at Phillips University and at-
tained her dentistry degree in 2001
from Oklahoma University. She is also
a member of the American Dental As-
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Windermere


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.
There will 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.


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
Windernei e. 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


preschool reunion
early years of the preschool, include
Maureen Lee, Glenna Bardoe, Lyda
Adams and Clarice Seidner, wife of
Roger Seidner, who was the minister
at WUC from 1968-1988.
Recently, one of the school's vet-
eran teachers, Patti Jones, retired af-
ter 27 years of teaching. Shirley Moran
has been teaching for 24 years, and
Mary Click has been with the school
for 19 years.
There are currently four classes, but
the school will expand to six when it
moves 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.


Sunshine Singers looking for new voices


Are you on "Top of the World?" If
not, join the Sunshine Singers.
For more than 15 years, the Sunshine
Singers have been entertaining at nurs-
ing homes, senior residences and ser-
vice clubs in and around Orlando.
If you enjoy singing, you can enjoy
yourself and help others by joining this
fun group.
The group does three-part singing

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 \ ill encour-
age the development of verbal and
listening skills for physically active
children.
For more information on any of
these programs. call 407-876-7540.

Mother's Day event
at Windermere Union
Before the church moves to Park
Ridge-Gotha Road this summer,
Windermere Union Church will cel-
ebrate the last Mother's Day at its
present location with a Mother's
Day surprise.
On Saturday. Mayl 13. from 10
a.m. until noon, children can be
photographed, and each photo wiill
be framed to give as a special gift
to Mom on her big day for a $5 do-
nation.
The photos will be taken in a
small park on the south side of the
church. All children are welcome.
The present location of the
church is 436 Oakdale St. in Win-
dermere.
For more information, call Pas-
tor Karen at 407-876-2112.

Book club discussion
Windermere Union Church. Unit-
ed Church of Christ, will continue
its monthly book club on Monday.
May 15. at Borders Books located
at 9441 W. Colonial Drive in Ocoee
with a discussion of the controver-
sial book The DaVinci Code by Dan
Brown.
A movie from this book will be in
theaters soon. All are welcome. For
more information, call 407-876-
2112.

Needlework group meets
at Windermere Library on
Wednesday
Area residents are invited to join
an informal needle\ ork group that
meets on the first and third
Wednesday of each month from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Windermere Li-
brary.
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 .


(soprano, second soprano and alto),
and being able to read music is not a pre-
requisite.
The members practice every Monday
at 9:30 a.m. at St. Luke's United
Methodist Church, 4951 S. Apopka-
Vineland Road, just east of Winder-
mere.
SThe singers are not affiliated with
any church denomination and usually


Windermere Union
is site for weekly
Weight Watchers
meetings
Windermere: Union
Church. United Church of
Chiist. invites area residents
to participate in weekly
\Veight Watchers meetings.
Visitors and members can at-
tend meetings at 8:30 a.m. on
Saturday for weigh-ins and
then sta\ for discussion ses-
sions that last approximately
30-45 minutes.
Every week there is a new
topic on nutrition, activity ,
health\ habits and successes
to celebrate Indsilduals do
not have to join to attend.
For more information, call
1-800-651-6000' or go to
weight.watchers.com.


sing secular music. The choral director
is Mary Ellen Boice, and Dorothy
Mayville handles program scheduling.
.This year practices will continue
through June and then resume in
September.
More singers are needed. Individu-
als who have time should call Boice at
407-299-5244 or just arrive at a re-
hearsal.

Tennis Carnival
May 6 in Windermere
There will be tennis activities for
all ages at the Windermere tennis
courts this Saturday, May 6, from 9
a.m. to noon.
The Parks and Recreation Com-
mirtee is sponsoring the Bobby Cur-
tis program. Tennis on the Move, pre-
sented by the Andy Roddick Founda-
tion, and the community is invited to
participate. Parents can reserve a space
for. 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 service
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
gatormomlyunne@i'~ahoo.com or Mary
Haves at 407-876-2529 or e-mail her
at mmhayes7Ti@aol.com.


Ball boy for the Magic
Tyler Halstead of the Windermere Little League was a featured ball
boy at the.Orlando Magic game vs. the/Philadelphia 76s in.April. The
experience was the result of the Windermere Little League fall fund-rais-
er and auction and was donated by Central Florida Chrysler, Jeep,
Dodge.



Florida artist on display
The work of award-winning Flori-
da artist Martha Sanders will be on
display at the Windermere Library in
May, and the community is invited
come and view her abstract and figu-
rative acrylics on canvas.


Music in the library
As part of the celebration of Na-
tional Music Week (May 7-13), Kin-
dermusik returns to the Windermere Li-
brary on Friday, May 12, at 10:45 p.m.
to bring music discovery to children
and parents.


'Nutcracker' auditions
May 6 at Parsons
School of Dance
Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
in Windermere will hold auditions:
Saturday, May 6, for the Windermere
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 Olympia
High School. Elizabeth Parsons is the
artistic director for the production, and
Henry Hernandez is the choreogra-
pher and co-director.
The school is looking for techni-
cally advanced dancers.
Audition times are as follows: 9-10
a.m. for students ages 10-14, 10-11
a.m. for dancers 11-20 with pointe ex-
perience, 1:30-2:30 p.m. 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 116
West Sixth Avenue in Windermere.
Dancers are required to submit a
photo and are encouraged to arrive 30
minutes early in order to fill out the
registration form and warm up. If
dancers do not bring a photo, there
will be a $3 charge to have one taken.
There is a $10 audition fee. Fee will
be collected in cash only.
For more information, call 407-876-
4604 after 3 p.m.

New Covenant Church
to hold prayer service
New Covenant Church of the
Brethren ha scheduled its monthly ser-
vice of prayer and healing for this Sun-
day, May 7, at 7 p.m. People of all
faith traditions are invited to partici-
pate in the sen ice that combines tra-
ditional lirurgy with a time for testi-
monies and prayer requests.
Prayers are offered for the healing
of the body, mind and relationships.
This month's service will include spe-
cial prayers for peace in our homes,
our community, our nation and the
world.
The service will be held in the
chapel at Camp Ithiel, 2037 Hempel
Ave. in Gotha.
For more information, call Pastor
Stephen Horrell at 407-375-1617.


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Dr. Phillips


Lake Cane GOLD Al team wins again
The Lake Cane GOLD Al ladies double tennis team has once again come in 1 st place for the 3rd consec-
utive year. This year the GOLD (Greater Orlando Ladies Doubles) league, in an attempt to make the divi-
sions more equal, split the A leagueinto 2 divisions, scrapped all points to date and finished the year with
the top teams playing the top, and the bottom teams playing each other. This resultedjn a much closer sea-
son, but the Lake Cane Al Team still won by 1 match. The winning team has the honor of picking the char-
ity to which monies will be donated. Women Playing for TIME was once again chosen. This charity bene-
fits breast cancer research and treatment at MD Ahderson Cancer Center, Orlahdo. Pictured (l-r): (back row)
Marybeth Koch, Terri Haddock, Emily Badger, Susie Rahimitabar (co-captain), Julie Morini (captain for
'most of the season until she moved), Laurie Gordon, Patty Knight, Sarah Patterson (finished the season
as captain) and Judi Olsen; and (front) Lisa Larkin. Not pictured are Linda Hagerty, Audrey Ruggieri, Hen-
rietta Parsons, Annalisa Gutierrez and Debbie Ward.


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

Learn public-speaking
skills at Toastmasters
weekly meetings
Do you have a fear of speaking in
front of an audience? Adults can easily
learn public speaking and leadership
skills by attending Vista Toastmasters
Club 7250. The group meets weekly in
the community room at the South\\est
Library. 7255 Della Drive. off Dr.
Phillips Boulevard. Meetings take place
each Thursday from 6:45-8 p.m.
Ne%\ members are welcome, and
there is no charge For more informa-
tion, go to htp://A\~w\ .tut.com/vista.htm.
The purpose of the club is to help
members become better speakers and
leaders while enjoying the process.
Toastmasters International is the world's
largest educational organization devor-
ed to communication and leadership de-
velopment.


May events at
Southwest Library
In celebration of National Music
Week May 7-13, the Southwest
Branch Library invites parents to bring
their children to Kindermusik, an ex-
ploration of sounds and instruments.
Ma\ S at 10:45 a.m.
The Southwest Book Club will meet
on the third Tuesday in May at 7 p.m.
to discuss James Frey's controversial
memoir. Million Little Pieces. For
more information, call 407-835-7323.

Adult Literacy League
.needs 1-to-i tutors
The Adult Literacy League is seek-
ing tutors to help adult learners with
their basic reading and writing skills
in its one-to-one tutoring program
The next training series \\ill be held
May 4 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. and May
6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more in-
formation, call 407-422-1540 or vis-
it wv\\ .adultliteracyleague.org.


Republicans to meet
The Southwest Orange County Re-
publicans meet the fourth Monday of
the month at 7:30 p.m. at J.J, Whis-
pers, 4732 Kirkman Road, Orlando.
For more information, call 407-903-
5031' or send an e-mail to
jbgopidr'ctl.rr com. The group regis-
ters \ oers and encourages voters to
help elect candidates.

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


First Fridays
concert to feature
Tropical Steel
The Mall at Millenia will fea-
ture Tropical Steel in its ongo-
ing First Fridays concert series
on May 5.
These free music events run
from 5:30-8:30 p.fn. on the first
Friday of each month outside
the mall's main entrance:
Tropical Steel has been per-
forming in the Central Florida
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, concert-
goers will enjoy the talents of
producer and songwriter Shaun
Fisher, who plays keyboard and
sings lead and background vo-
cals. Tom Lanze is featured on
Guitar and also sings lead. Eu-
gene Phillips provides percus-
sion and background vocals.
Together they create an eclectic
sound of the Caribbean and
world beat music.
Concertgoers can purchase:
food from mall restaurants, in-
cluding Johnny Rockets, Cali- "
fornia Pizza Kitchen and Panera
Bread. The concerts are spon-
sored by FM radio station
WLOQ 103.1, Lake Nona Golf
and Country Club and Fountain
Acura, and they feature model-
ing by Lisa Maile Image Mod-
eling and Acting to highlight
fashions from the center's lead-
ing retailers.
For more information, call
407-363-3555.


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


Rotary District 6980 accepting

scholarship applications


Rotary International, Rotary Dis-
trict 6980 and local Rotary clubs are
currently accepting applications for
three scholarship programs. Potential
applicants can download forms and
handbooks at the www.rotary.org Web
site under the tab for The Foundation
and then click on educational pro-
grams.
The programs currently available
are Peace Scholar, Grant for Univer-
sity Teacher and Ambassadorial
Scholar.
The Peace Scholar program offers
a full master's degree award (two-year
program) in international peace and
conflict resolution. This program is
not available to Rotarians or their fam-
ilies.
The Grant for University Teacher
funds a half-year of teaching (three to
five months) in a low-income country.
This program is open to Rotarians and
non-Rotarians.
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and Bass Pro Shops on International
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dreds of local families together for
activities, demonstrations and enter-
tainment.
, Cub Scouts will have exhibits that
include boomerangs and water rock-
ets. and Boy Scouts will have paint
ball, rock climbing and outdoor cook-
ing activities.
Venturin the newest and fastest
growing program,t ill also be in-
cluded. It is a co-ed program for ages
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manship, religious life and hich-ad-
venture activities.
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Florida's Blood Centers will be
present for participants to donate
blood. Donors will receive a free T-
shirt and Club Red membership. Oth-
er organizations participating include
the Florida Highway Patrol, Orange
County Emergency Management and
the Orlando Science Center. Several
dinner theaters and family attractions
will also present activities.
The cost is $2 per person at the
door with all proceeds going to
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good for a family's free admission
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Oakland


Asher Neel Memorial 5K

set for May 20 in Oakland


Runners and race walkers will have
a chance to take the scenic route in
Oakland during the Asher Neel
Memorial 5K on Saturday, May 20.
The tree-lined path contains small
hills and passes across the West Or-
ange Trail twice.
This annual event serves as a fund-
raiser for West Orange Habitat for
Humanity.
The entry fee is $15 through May
12 and then $20 through race day. All
paid entrants will receive a T-shirt.
Packet pick-up starts at 7 a.m. at the
race site only. The starting point is
the First Presbyterian Church of Oak-


land.
Participants can enjoy refreshments
after the race. Awards will be given
to the top.three male and female run-
ners overall and in each age group,
as well as the top three male and fe-.
male race walkers. Age groups are 12
and under, 13-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-34,
35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59,
60-64, 65-69, 70-74 and 75 and .over.
Entry forms, which are available
on the Web site www.woh4h.org,
should be mailed (along with the fee)
to West Orange Habitat For Human-
ity, c/o Bob Tate, Race Director, 1246
Markel Drive, Winter Garden 34787.


Annual Ladies' Tea Saturday at Oakland Presbyterian Church


Going on a hunt
Children at Oakland Presbyterian Church gathered for a morning of
games, puppet shows, participation in a litany about Easter, refreshments
and a traditional Easter egg hunt. Above, Alexis Williamson, Briana
Jenkins and Megan Coates had a good time at the event.


Top officer
Oakland Police Officer Gina Adams (center) was named the Officer of
the Quarter for the first 3 months of 2006. Recognizing her at last week's
Oakland Town Commission meeting are Mayor Kathy Sta'rk and Police
Chief Tim Driscoll. Adams' certificate cited her for 'significant im-
provements regarding her quality of work' during the quarter and for
demonstrating 'a very positive attitude toward police work and the com-
munity's youths.' She has assumed the primary role lor 4 Oakland stu-
dents who recently moved from New York and who had not been get-
ting necessary attention and schooling and she helped enroll them
in local schools. She has been instrumental in rallying other officers' sup-
port regarding changes in the department.


The women of Oakland Presbyteri-
an Church will host the annual Ladies'
Tea this Saturday, May 6,.from 2-5,
p.m. The theme for this year's event
is '"ea in the Garden," and the tea will
include entertainment featuring pianist
Ture Larson and the performance
group Kidy Dance from Apopka.
Tickets for the tea are $10 for adults,
$5 for girls 1? and under. Proceeds
from the event, which will be held in
'the church's Christian Life Center, will
be applied to Presbyterian Women's

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

Neighborhood Watch
program available
The Oakland Police Department is
promoting its Neighborhood Watch
crime prevention program for homes
and neighborhoods.
To start a group with neighbors.
call the Oakland Police Department
at 407-656-9797, Ext. 32.


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Social


50th anniversary
John and Ellen Hall of Winter Garden are celebrating 50 years of mar-
riage with a cruise. They were married May 5,1956, in Detroit and have
2 children Michael of East Grand Rapids, Mich., and Lisa Hall-Hill
of Lithonia, Ga. They have 3 grandchildren, also. John retired from
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. in Detroit, and Ellen, a retired teach-
er, taught in the Detroit Public School System.
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NATASHAAND BRIAN
Haughee-Jones engagement announced


Celebrating 25 years
Joyce and Larry McWilliams Sr. will celebrate their 25th wedding an-
niversary with a reception at their home, 320 W. Tilden St., Winter Gar-
den, this Sunday, May 7, from 2-5 p.m. Friends are invited to stop by
and wish them well. The McWilliamses were married in the Tilden Street
home on May 2,1981, by the Rev. K. Fay DeSha 5 weeks and 1 day
after their first date. Twenty-five years later, they still think it was a good
decision, despite skepticism by their friends and family at the time.
Joyce and Larry have a combined family of 1 daughter, Julie Jackson
(and Drew) Butler, and 2 sons, Larry Jr. and Scott (and Kendra)
McWilliams. Five grandchildren complete the picture: Jake Butler, Justin
Butler, Sydney Erin McWilliams, Hunter McWilliams and Logan
McWilliams.


: Kiwanis welcomes guests
SThe West Orange Kiwanis Club installed a new member, Todd Leda,
Sat its recent membership meeting, where more than 8 guests were in
Attendance. Dr. Joan Consolver, executive director of the Edgewood
SChildren's Ranch, was the main speaker, who informed guests and
members what the Ranch is and how it supports children from around
SCentral Florida. Team Elliott (above with her mother, Leigh, and broth-
Ser, Zachary) visited the club, and Taylor Elliott (center) sang the pledge
of allegiance. The club meets Wednesdays at 7:30 a.m. at IHOP in
Winter Garden. For more information, call 407-654-8810.

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Mirian and Daniel Haughee of
Ocoee announce the engagement
of their daughter, Natasha Marie,
to Brian Walter Jones, son of Her-
mine and Garnet Jones of Ocoee.
Natasha graduated from West
Orange High School and is a
member of the Florida National
Guard. She is currently employed


Dr. Phillips High
Class of 1996
The Dr. Phillips High School Class
of 1996 is planning its 10-year reunion
for May 13. It will take place from 7
p.m. to midnight at the Hilton Walt Dis-
ney World in Lake Buena Vista
The cost is $91'per person and in-
cludes dinner, a disc jockey an open bar
from 7-8 p.m. and more. To purchase
tickets or register for the reunion, go to
reunionmakers.com or call 800-977-
6201.
WOHS Class of 1996
The West Orange High School Class
of 1996 is holding its 10-year reunion
Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. atOrange
County National Golf and Lodge. For
details, call Jill Fremont at 407-970-
7601 ore-mail fremontj@earthlink.net.

Meals on Wheels
drivers needed
The Seniors First Meals on N\heels is
in need of volunteer drivers. The meal
routes are located across Orange Coun-
ty. There are routes open Monday-Fnday.
and each takes about an hour.
Seniors First is a non-profit social ser-
vice agency serving seniors in all Or-
ange County with Meals on Wheels.
neighborhood lunch programs. home re-
pairs, transportation and guardianship
services.
Anyone who can gi'e an hour a day or
once a week should contact Wayne Gard-
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The wedding is planned for
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United Methodist Church.


La Leche League
offers support
Melissa Hessert is leading a month-
ly La Leche League group in Winter
Garden. La Leche League Interna-
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Entertainment


Epcot Flower, Garden
Festival continues
The 13th Annual Epcot Interna-
tional Flower & Garden Festival con-
tinues at Walt Disney World Resort
with its 30 million blooms, intricate-
ly designed floral beds, crafted bonsai
trees, rose gardens and-Disney char-
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Nightly "Flower Power" concerts
with acts of the 1960s and '70s in-
clude performances by.Grass Roots,
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Art.in the garden is featured this
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children can enjoy the Kids Paint Out
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The festival is included in regular
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Orlando Concert Band
performs at Farmers'
Market at Lake Eola
The Orlando Concert Band will per-
form at the Lake Eola Farmers',Mar-
ket at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 21.
Under the direction of John Christian,
associate music director, the concert
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themes from motion pictures and the.
Broadway stage.
The band is a 50-member profes-
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Founded in 1989, the mission of the
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Orlando Ballet
ends season
with 'Raymonda'
The Orlando Ballet v ill end its
32nd season with the third act of Ra\'-
imondla and other repertory selections.
Performances are lMay 12-14 at Bob
Carr Performing Arts Centre. The per-
formance was originally set to be a
full-length version of Raymonda
choreographed ane" by Fernando Bu-
jones.
Artistic Director Bruce Marks said:
"This last production has evolved into
a metaphor of what the 32nd season
entailed for Orlando Ballet. With the
loss of a great artistic director and
no\ a major transition. Orlando Bal-
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Warrior choirs earn international awards


Ordinary kids doing extraordinary things touching and changing lives
through music. That has been the purpose of the West Orange High School choirs
since Jeff Redding began conducting ten years ago.
That vision and purpose reached a pinnacle last week when the Bel Canto
and Concert choirs received the Gold Award, and Redding received the award
for Best Director at the International Choral Music Festival in Verona, Italy.
The festival, composed of 30 choirs all over the world, including Singapore,
Germany, Italy, France and Croatia, was a gathering place for choir groups of
all ages and styles to be judged according to musicality and technique.
Judges from the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, United States and Belgium
presided over the event.
The Bel Canto women's choir, composed of 34 female students, received
the highest Gold award in the women's category, receiving superior marks
on their pieces, which included "Cantante Domino," "I Thank You God," the
ballad "I Am Not Yours" and the gospel piece "Sweepin' Thru the City,"
which included a solo by alto Selby Hammans.
The Concert Choir, including 57 young men and women, received the sec-
ond-highest Gold award, only one point behind the National Junior College
Choir of Singapore. Its repertoire included "Praise to the Lord," "The Lord is
My Shepherd" featuring soprano soloist Sophia Troncoso, "Ave Verum Cor-
pus" and the spiritual "Glory Hallelujah to the Newborn King" featuring so-
prano Aubree Robinson.
One of the European judges said of the choirs to Redding, "It was obvious
that they sang with so much heart and passion."
The highlight of the awards was Redding receiving the award for Best Di-
rector. Jodi Breckenridge, president of Music Contact International, the com-
pany that coordinated the tour, said: "I've seen so many directors, but watch-
ing the kids with him, if he asks them for something, they give it to him. He
swept them up after their singing and made them feel so proud. He never
erodes their respect for him. That is a gift."
After the awards were presented in the historic Teatro Filarmonico in Verona,
famous for performances of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the eight ioirs
receiving Gold awards were invited to take the stage. Beneath the flags of the
12 countries represented there, the students were able to hear a variety of
choirs, including a 70-voice men's choir from Germany, a women's seven-voice
folk choir from Croatia and the mixed choir from Singapore.
Beforehand, Redding had encouraged the students to "listen to the sound and
concepts of sound....Listen to the pieces we have done in those languages
[German and Italian]. That's the beauty of it....That's unity also."
But because of time constraints, the West Orange choirs were the only ones
not able to perform on that stage. Instead, the choirs were invited to perform
at the following reception, held outdoors at the historic Arsenal in Verona.
Part of the purpose of the International Choral Festival is for groups from
different countries to not only perform, but interact with each other. At the re-
ception, students and chaperones were able to mingle with the mixed crowd
of all ages and languages.
Nancie Tobison. choral director of the Barrington High School choir in Bar-


rington, Ill., said, "You make us all proud to be an American here in this in-
ternational group, with your receiving Best Director and your choirs receiv-
ing Gold Awards."
As the West Orange students gathered to receive singing instructions from
Redding outdoors, a greater instruction came from the festival director: in-
stead of singing at the reception, they would be the only choir invited to sing
in the Arena di Verona.
The Arena, a smaller version of the Colosseum in Rome,,built around the
year A.D. 100, has tremendous acoustics and is one of the wonders of the an-
cient world.
The festival director invited the West Orange choir to lead the procession
of 30 choirs through the historic streets of Verona from the reception to the Are-
na. Three West Orange students carried the Italian, American and Veronese
flag over the Castle Vecchio bridge through cobblestone streets, leading more
than 1,000 choral members and onlooking tourists into the Arena. They marched
through the ancient arches and up the stone steps into the open-air amphithe-
ater.
Redding called out instructions to the choirs as they took their positions on
the deep marble steps. "You did it," he called out, "but you need to do one more
thing: Unity."
Choral groups, some dressed in national costume, to6k their places in the
arena that seats 20,000, as the Italian Guard lined up the representative flags
next to a banner welcoming the choirs with "Arrividerci." Behind them, the
stage was being prepared where summer opera performances ofAida, Tosca,
Carmen and Madame Butterfly are performed, led by virtuosos such as Luciano
Pavoratti.
The West Orange Concert Choir turned up toward Redding, and as he led
them in the first notes of "Praise Ye the Lord," the chaperones and students
themselves were in awe of the sound ringing through 'the ancient amphithe-
ater. The Bel Canto Choir then sang "Cantante Domino," the women's voic-
es clear and crisp. The sounds of "Glory Hallelujah to the Newborn King"
filled the arena as they sang their final song.
Before the performance, the students dedicated their program to Erica Carr,
the West Orange student and member of the choir who was killed in a car ac-
cident last summer.
"Under this open sky, she can hear us better here," said one of the students.
All 30 choirs were then invited to sing, under the direction of renowned
Italian conductor Giorgio Croci, the Italian national song "Va Pensiero." The
event closed with all the choirs unified in song under the blue sky of the an-
cient arena.
The West Orange students were in awe of the privilege of performing in
that historic site.
Said senior Danielle Dart: "It was amazing to sing when there was so much
history there. I imagined the entryways, people coming in for the [gladiator],
fights, that \\ as the people's last sight....So many people died there, and we
were singing there. I've never had so much national pride. Every time our
flag came up, I was so excited."


"You realize these places have acoustic perfection," said senior Len Brad-'
shaw. "When you sang up, the sound expanded."
"It was incredible in the Arena," said senior Leticia De Roo. "When we sang,
the sound was pinging off the walls....It was amazing."
The choirs' message of unity in song rang out clearly not only in the com-
petition, but in the friendship exchanges that occurred through out the four-
day trip.
"Friendship concerts bridge cultures singing together in a common voice that
is amazing," said Breckenridge, who arranged for the choir to sing with an Ital-
ian choir "to help the kids connect."
In a small, cobblestone lined village outside of Verona, the West Orange Choirs
sang with a small, community adult choir "La Torre." After the two West Or-
ange choirs and the Italian choir sang, they all joined hands together to sing
"Unity." Praises of "Molto Bravo!" and "Belissima" rang out from the Italian
audience. One Italian gentleman said to Principal Dr. Daniel Buckman, "You
must be very proud; this is beautiful beyond words."
Another day the students toured the historic city of Verona, viewing its fa-
mous churches and bridges, then sang at a local high school.
Headmaster Antonio Pettinato welcomed the choir, saying: "We would like
to welcome people and choirs from international countries. We are very hap-
py to have you here."
As the choir opened to "I thank you God, for this most amazing day," both
the West Orange and Italian students enjoyed trying to communicate cross-cul-
turally.
Nicoletta Tecchio, a teacher at the school, said, "the ripeness of these stu-
dents' feelings and emotions stands out.... I saw this; show the world."
Their opportunity to show the world came during their visit to Venice, when
the West Orange choirs met with a choir from Michigan and California in the
scenic Piazza di San Marco. After each choir sang one piece in the open-air
plaza, Redding invited both choirs to join hands with them in a circle to sing
"Unity." As the circle of 250 voices gave way to the words "Behold, how
good and how pleasant it is for brethren to live together in Unity," onlookers
and tourists joined into the circle to hum orsing with them. With pigeons fly-
ing above and hundreds milling around, the sound rang out clearly through the
piazza, below the historic bell tower.
Ambryon Brown, West Orange senior said, "They [the tourists] came over
and joined in; they held our hands even though they didn't know what we
were saying. The sound touched them and it was life changing. It was amaz-
ing."
Bradshaw summarized, "Music is a unifier of all colors, creeds and lan-
guages."
Theri Davis, coordinator for Music Contact International, said: 'That mo-
ment in Venice was absolutely inspiring....Powerful because of the message
and the backdrop.
"I was so touched by the mutual admiration and respect that flows from stu-
dent to student, student to director and student to principal. I was very fortu-
nate and honored to be a part of your Italian experience."


West Orange High School choirs gather on the pier in Venice. Photos courtesy of West Orange High School.


An Italian director leads 'Va Pensiero' with WOHS choir members.


WOHS choirs perform 'Praise Ye the Lord' in the amphitheater. Be-
hind them is the stage where summer operas, such as 'Carmen,' are
performed.


WOHS students carry flags as they lead the procession of international choirs through the streets of Verona.







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WOHS celebrates its 30th anniversary with gala
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Both the site plan and the front elevation of the new West Orange High School were unveiled at the 30th
Anniversary Gala Friday night in the auditorium. The building will be ready for the 2008-09 school year.


Lester Dabbs, the first WOHS principal, spoke
at length about the early history of West Or-
ange High. He said the building of one con-
solidated school in West Orange and the turn-
ing of Ocoee High and Lakeview High into
junior highs was long in the planning stages.
The school was not ready for a fall opening
in 1975. Double sessions had to be held in
Ocoee and Lakeview until the school was
ready at the beginning of 1976. WOHS served
a very large district, one that now encom-
passes the districts of Dr. Phillips, Olympia and
Ocoee high schooJs, as well as its current at-
tendance zone. Dabbs discussed the diffi-
culties of uniting the Ocoee and Lakeview
students and continuing the integration pro-
cess that faced some community opposition.
He also spoke of the achievements of that
first school year, including a football cham-
pionship and the performance of the band
and the FFA, among other accomplishments.


Outside the auditorium at the gala was a display of the West
Orange High band uniforms through the years, including the
first, above, and the current one (below).


WOHS Principal Dan Buckman, left, praised 5 teachers and 1 staff member who were with the school at
its opening in 1975 and who are still working there. Pictured on stage, I-r, are teachers Gay Annis and Max-
ine Lee, Karen Whidden of the Guidance Department and teacher Fred Savage. Not pictured because they
were tending to the West Orange FFA booth at the Central Florida Fair were teachers Pat Moran and Rick
Stotler. There were 125 teachers on the school's original faculty.


The cast of 'Seussical: The Musical' presented a scene from the play that opens this week. Outstanding
performances also wowing the audience were musical selections by the WOHS concert band and the
choirs. Each director of these departments gave a brief history of them.


West Orange High teacher Nikki Sloan spoke
about the decade of the '90s when she was
a student. Speaking about the '70s was Mary
Keating, a member of the first 3-year class to
graduate from WOHS, the Class of 1979:
and Randy McClellan, Class of 1985,dis-
cussed the '80s. WOHS began as a 3-year
school until the county turned junior highs
into middle schools in the fall of 1986. There
used to be a dipping area and a smoking
area on campus, and no one had cell phones
or text-messaging. Friday night dances were
held in the commons. It was a simpler time.


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Sports


WOHS inducts 14 into Sports Hall of Fame
As part of last weekend's 30-year
anniversary celebration, West Or-
ange High remembered the glory
days of former Warrior athletes and
coaches. Fourteen standouts from
1976-86 were inducted Saturday as
the inaugural class of the WOHS
Sports Hall of Fame.
The induction ceremony and
awards dinner was held at Stoney-
brook West Country Club. Ocoee
High Athletic Director Bill Cham-
bers, a former WOHS staff member,
served as the evening's guest speak-
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',,!. .i ,In the class of inductees are Bruce
..; ,Crabb, Anita Drayton, Laurie El-
berg, Gary Guthrie, Herbert Harp,
S Larry Johnson, Jim Karr, Ogie
N." .Keneipp, Ron Lopsonzski, Mandy
Maxey, Randy McClellan, Peter
Moore, Louise Schweitzer and Bill
t, Cook.
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of Fame Committee will induct new
members from the class of 1987.
Sports Hall of Fame inductee Randy McClellan (Class of 1985) served Each year the Hall will welcome ath-
a guest speaker Friday night during the 30th anniversary gala held at letes from the subsequent graduating
West Orange High. class.


WOHS Athletic Director John Boston (left) and Principal Dr. Dan Buckman enjoyed their dinner Saturday
night at Stoneybrook West Country Club prior to the Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony.


Guest speaker Bill Chambers, Ocoee High athlet-
ic director and former WOHS staff member, remi-
nisced about West Orange athletics in the school's
early years.


Former Warrior quarterback Jim Karr (Class of 1976)
addressed the audience during Saturday's induction'
ceremony.


Ogie Keneipp (left) presents a WOHS Sports Hall of Fame plaque to fellow inductee Anila Draytorn (Class
of 1981) during Saturday's induction ceremony.


Fellow Sports Hall of Fame inductees Herbert Harp (Class of 1979). and former Coach Ogie Keneipp en-
joy the festivities last Saturday at Stoneybrook West Country Club.


Lass of 1978 graduate Laurie Elberg (right) receives her Hall of Fame hardware from Peter Abatiello.


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ball 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 equip-


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mer camp.
The entry fee is $60 per player or
$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.
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underway at 8 a.m.
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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.
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$100, $200 and $500. Proceeds from
the event will benefit the Autism and


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Ocoee. Tournament organizers are
also looking for door prizes and do-
nations.
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prizes.
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autismgym.org or
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a pn\ ate, 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.

Ocoee High to host
golf tourney May 27
The Ocoee High School Athletic
Department will host a golf tourna-
ment 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 details, contact OHS Ath-
letic Director Bill, Chambers at 407-
905-3006 or chambew@ocps.net, or
call OHS Booster Club President Pat
Buckles at 321-689-6220.


Community Health Centers Inc. will
host its fourth annual golf tournament
at Sweeer after Golf and Country Club
in Longwoodon Wednesday, May 24.
More than 100 golfers are expected
to take part in the four-person. scram-
ble event.
The entry fee is $1 10 per person
and it includes lunch. There will be:
aw yards for first. second and third place
teams, as well as raffle prizes. The
tournament begins at 8-30 a.m. ith a
shotgun start. Sponsorships range in
price from $150 to $1.250.
All proceeds from the event w ill

Ocoee Golf Assoc.
meets at Ocoee
Community Center
The Ocoee Golf Association,, a
group established in 1983 and made up
of golfers of all skill levels, meets the
second Thursday of each month at
7:30 p.m. in the Ocoee Community
Center. near City Hall.
Tournaments are held the third Sun-
day of each month at 8 a.m. at various
golf courses around the area. Awards
are givenfor low-gross and low-net:
scores in five flights determined by
handicaps. A membership initiation
fee is $10. and yearly dues are $30.
For more information, call 407-656-
2669 or go to the Website at OCqEE-
Golf.TriPod.com.

MetLife Golf event set for
Diamond Players Club to
benefit cancer society
Area golfers are invited to join the
inaugural MetLife Golf Tournament
Thursday. May 25. at Diamond Play-
ers Club in Clermont.
Registration will get underway at
11 a.m., and the tournament will be-
gin at 1 p.m. with a shotgun siart. The
entry fee for the four-person scram-
ble event is $100 and includes greens
fee. cart rental, a bag tag. a goods bag
and dinner. The event is a fund-rais-
er 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 dead-
line is May 18.
For more information or to regis-
ter. call tournament chairperson David
Kiniry at 407-835-8900 ore-mail him
at dkiniry@metlife. com.


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individuals to serve as hole sponsors
for a $100 donation.
The field willbe limited to the first 140
entries.
For more information, call Coach
Tim Smith at 407-905-2468 or Betty
Goodwin at 407-656-1571,



Tournament at
Bay Hill to
benefit Formet
Foundation May 22
The ninth annual Gary L.
Formet Sr. Memorial Golf
Tournament will benefit
families with seriously ill
children 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 families of children
with life-threatening ill-
nesses. After referrals from
Nemours Pediatric Oncol-
ogy Clinic and Florida Hos-
pital, the foundation ex-
pands in excess of $15,000
yearly assisting these fam-
ilies with expenses of daily
living.
The tournament honors
the memory of the late
Judge Formet, one of the
Ninth Circuit's most re-
spected judges. His de-
meanor on the bench and
his courage and strength in-
rising above his wartime in-
juries and coping with his
prolonged final illness re-
main an inspiration to those
who knew him.
Tournament organizers
are seeking participants,
sponsors, door prizes, raf-
fle items and other dona-
tions.
For details or to register.
call Jane Formet at 407-
649-2022.'


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Florida 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
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
exclusive 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-
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For more information on the


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DP baseball, flag football repeat as district champs


IUS Kicks win tournament
The IUS Kicks U-10 girls soccer team captured first place in its division
last month at the Challenge Sports 3 vs. 3 Tournament. Gathered on
the field are (l-r): front row, Sarah Baron of Dr. Phillips, Haley Coburn,
Brianna Williams, Cortney Shuman, all of Winter Garden, Molly Gradl;
back row, coaches Matt Shuman, Peter Schaeflein and John Coburn.

OARS to offer summer rowing classes


The Orlando Area Rowing Soci-
ety (OARS) will offer three sum-
mer sessions of rowing classes for
middle and high school students.
Boy and girls of all fitness levels
are welcome to participate.
Session I will take place June 5-
10, session II is set for June 12-16,
and session III will be held June 19-
23. All classes are scheduled for
4:30-7 p.m. Students may sign up
for one or multiple sessions. The
cost of each session is $100. Checks
should be made out to Kirsten An-
derson on the first day of practice.
Participants should wear athletic
clothes, sunglasses and tennis shoes


and are recommended to bringsuin-
screen and a bottle of water.
The OARS boathouse is located in
Windermere on Main Street, diag-
onally across the street from Win-
dermere Elementary School. Row-
ers should be dropped off at the
school parking lot apd walk across
the street to the boathouse.
Anyone interested in signing up
should send an e-mail to kmander-
son72@hotmail.com. Participants
will need to fill out OARS mem-
bership, emergency treatment and
waiver forms, which are all avail-
able online at www.oars-
online.com.


The Dr. Phillips High varsity
baseball team captured its second
consecutive district championship
last week by beating top-seeded Tim-
ber Creek 4-1 in the tournament fi-
nals. DP junior southpaw Sean Hag-
gerty was masterful on the mound,
allowing only one run through six
and one-third innings. Freshman
Phillip Weidman picked up the save
in relief.
Senior Ohmed Danesh hit an RBI
single to give the Panthers an early
1-0 lead. In the sixth inning, Blake
Pierce stole home plate to put DP up
3-1. Moments later, Bryan Nelson
singled to bring home Danesh for the
game's final margin. Chris Wilkes
added to the offense by going 2 for
4 at the plate.
Earlier in the tournament, Dr.
Phillips rallied from a 4-run deficit to
defeat rival Olympia 10-7 in extra


WOHS sports update
The West Orange High varsity
baseball team competed in the dis-
trict playoffs last week. The War-
riors opened with a 4-1 victory over
East Ridge, in which Scott Horvath
went 3 for 3 at the plate. The fol-
lowing day, West Orange's run came
to an end with a 10-0 loss to Winter
,Park.
The Warriors will lose eight se-
niors to graduation. WOHS will field
a summer baseball team. For more
information, see Coach Jesse Mar-
lo.
The Lady Warrior 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
Phyllis Boston at 407-905-2400.
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innings.
The Panthers rode a six-game win-
ning streak to the district title. The
team was set to host Port St. Lucie
Centennial in the regional playoff
Tuesday afternoon.
The Lady Panther varsity flag
football team won its third straight
district championship last week by
crushing Harmony 26-7 in the title
game. Senior Dara Boudreau hauled
in 5 receptions, including 2 touch-
downs. She also led the defense with
2 interceptions.
After Harmony scored the night's
first touchdown, DP's defense dom-
inated the remainder of the game.
Jewelle Grimsley's 50-yard inter-
ception return for a touchdown in the
second quarter put the Lady Panthers
on the scoreboard. On the next Dr.
Phillips possession, quarterback Tara
Santiago found Boudreau for a 45-


yard score. Grimsley followed with
an extra-point pass to Jaimie Worth.
Grimsley added to the score in the
third quarter with a 5-yard TD pass
to Worth. On defense, junior Martha
Taboas recorded 4 pulled flags and
a sack.
In the district semi-finals last
week, Dr. Phillips hammered Free-
dom 27-0. Santiago and Grimsley
each rushed for a TD and also threw
one touchdown apiece to Mary But-
ler. Boudreau grabbed 2 intercep-
tions, while Markia Mobley collect-
ed 4 pulled flags and an interception.
The Lady Panthers were set to be-
gin regional tournament play Tues-
day evening at DPHS vs. Palm Beach
Gardens.
The DP varsity boys volleyball
team will host the district tourna-
ment Saturday at 10 a.m. when it
faces Cypress Creek in the first semi-


final match. The tournament finals
is set for 2 p.m. The Panthers recently
defeated rivals West Orange and
Olympia, both in three-game sweeps.
Versus the visiting Titans, DP's Vic-
tor Callado totaled 14 kills and 7
aces, while Marcos Waissmann fin-
ished with 11 blocks and 10 kills.
Chris Warren of the Dr. Phillips
varsity boys track and field team
will compete Saturday in the high
jump event at the state track meet.
Warren placed third at regionals with
a leap of 6 feet, 4 inches.
Shampale Williams of the DP var-
sity girls basketball team recently
accepted a partial athletic scholar-
ship to play hoops for Voorhees Col-
lege in South Carolina.
Lady Panther varsity fastpitch
softball star Kristin Brewer recent-
ly earned a spot on the All-Metro
Conference team.


Ocoee Astros stay undefeated
The Ocoee Little League Astros have compiled an undefeated record with only 6 games remaining in the
regular season. Gathered are Astros (I-r): front row, Tyler Best. Alex Bell, Dominic Dreasher, Mark Adams,
Garrett Crabb, Chase Morgan: back row, Todd Proffitt. Coach Chris Bell, Clinton Alderman, C.J. Flowers,
Coach C.C. Proffitt, Tyler Lawless. Coty Garver. Coach Phillip Morgan and Bryan Galarza.


SLady Knights shave principal's head
SOcoee High Principal Mike Armbruster let members of the Lady Knight varsity fastpitch softball team shave
his head as promised after Ocoee defeated rival West Orange 9-7 in the district playoffs.


Ocoee High to hold
cheerleading tryouts
Ocoee High School will host tr\-
outs for the Lad. Knight cheerlead-
ing squads NlaN 15. 16 and IS from
6-8 p m. and on May 19 at 5 p.m. A
team meeting is set for NMa 3 at 6
p.m. in the school gymnasium.

Ocoee High announces
Spring Sports Banquet
Ocoee High School \\1ll hold its
Spring Sports Banquet on Tuesday,
May 9, at 6 p.m. in the school cafete-
ria. Players attend free, and parents
and guests t ill pa.\ $5.
For more information, athletes can
see their coaches or Athletic Director
Bill Chambers.


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SThree-time district champs
; The Dr. Phillips High Lady Panther varsity flag football team celebrates on the field after capturing its third
Sstraight'district championship last week. DP defeated Harmony 26-7 in the district title game. The Lady
Panthers were set to begin regional tournament play Tuesday evening at DPHS vs'. Palm Beach Gardens.


WOHS baseball to host
summer tryouts
All incoming ninth- through 12-
grade students zoned to attend West
Orange High for the upcoming school
year are invited by Coach Jesse Mar-
Io to participate in summer baseball
Stryouts. The tryouts will'be held May
S19 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the WOHS
* baseball field.
For details, call Paul or Elaina
Fontana of the WOHS Baseball Dia-
mond Club at 407-905-5626.


Olympia cheerleading
tryouts May 24-26
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.


Parents meeting set for
Olympia boys soccer
program
Olympia High will host a meeting
for parents of students participating
in the boys varsity or junior varsity
soccer teams. The meeting, set for
May 15 from 6-7:30 p.m. in Room
309, is designed for coaches, players
and parents to discuss their goals for
the boys soccer program at Olympia.
Parents are asked to RSVP by e-
mailing allan 1 @ocps.ner.


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Schools


GothaMiddl


Gotha Middle hosted a Night of Celebrating Fine Arts recently. Thejazz, guitar, orchestra, drama and show
"hoir students all performed, and artwork was on display. The evening concluded with an auction. Pictured
abre performers Kayla Shoener, Joey Alarie, Sam Wood, Nick Smith, Robert Kirkwood, Jessica Smith and
Corianne Dennison.




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The Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP) is dedicated to the cultivation and education of talented youth.
The 7th-grade talent search identifies academically talented 7th-graders based on standardized test scores
achieved while attending middle school. The candidates are invited to complete either the SAT or the AqCT
college entrance exam. TIP provides the students with comparative information on their academic abilities
and resources for educational opportunities. The goal is to assist young people with excellent math or ver-
bal aptitude. Congratulations to the following Chain of Lakes Middle School students (l-r): (row 1) Marissa
Kotzin, Cassandra Speirs, Sean Frith, Justin Dourado and Angela DeSantis; (row 2) Melissa Theiss, Ash-
ley DeCurtis, Kieriay Moyer, Michelle Weschler. Deborah Li, Ahmar Haniff and Alec Waldron; and (row 3)
David Housman, Karl Mund, Patrick Fenlon and Matthew Fasnacht.

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. mere Prep 2nd-graders a publishing lecture by his wife, Ann. Their daughter, Elizabeth, is in the 2nd grade.


Exploring publishing
Windermere Prep second-
graders recently look an in-depth
look at the world of publishing. Par-
.ent Jordan Lomas. who works for
Elsevier, the sister company to pub-
Slishing giant Harcourt, gave a book-
publishing presentation to the stu-
dents.


Second-graders, who are cur- 'in. Students saw original artwork
rently doing a writingg unit on "The and photographs and the process
Writing Process and h6w Books Are .'they undergo to appear as the im-
Published.," were able to learn about .ages seen in print.
different types of publishing besides The children were able to see the
book publishing. ,variety of processes that it takes to
They were also acquainted with publish books, such as storyboards,
some of the many different lan- thumbnails and the metal plates the
guages that books can be published books are first printed on.


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Picnic on the Grounds
The PTSA at Lakeview Middle is
.hosting a Picnic on the Grounds on
Friday, May 12, from 4-7 p.m. There
will be tours of the campus con-
ducted by members of the Beta
-Club.
Performances will be given by the
band, chorus, hand bells, flags and


the drama team. A book fair will be
held in the media center, along with
sixth-grade Winter Garden projects
on display.
The Jazz Band will display its mu-
sical chairs in Room 710. Information
tables will be set up in the courtyard,
and all incoming sixth-grade stu-
dents are invited to attend with their


Families.
Food will be available for pur-
chase, and proceeds will benefit the
School Nurse Program through the
Health Central Foundation.
The school is located at 1200 W.
Bay St.
For information, call LMS at 407-
877-5010.


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Donna Kennedy, Whispering Oak Elementary PTA vice president (left),
talks with Suzanne Telan of the National Center for Missing & Exploit-
ed Children..


Summer terms begin soon at LSCC
Two of Lake-Sumter Communutn College's summer semesters be-
gin soon. Su niier Term.A Extended and Summer Term A classes
begin May 8.
Students who have already' applied may register online at
www.lscc.edu. New students must apply in person and complete.
the enrollment process prior to reg isteriing. Make an appointment
With an advisor by calling 352-365-357-4 (Leesburg Campus), 352-
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Students may also register for the two remaining semesters at
this time as well. Summer B starts June 28, and the new nine-week
mini-mester starts May 30. It was developed so May high school grads
can get an early start on their college careers.
Class schedules and application and registration instructions are
available online. If assistance is needed in registering, students can
visit any of the three campuses on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.



It's that time again!


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2006
A special tribute to the graduating seniors from Ocoee High,
West Orange High, Olympia High, Dr. Phillips 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, 2006i
and includes class photos, lists of graduates and greeting ads.
Friends & families can reserve space for their greeting ads now.
Please submit your aa no later than MAY 10'", 2006


Ads can be dropped by our office
720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden,
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PTA update
The Whispering Oak Elementary
PTA hosted a general membership
meeting recently. The following 2006-
'07 officers were elected: Erin Hugh-
es, president; Donna Kennedy, vice
president; Candy Ryan, second vice
president; Ivonne Osorio, recording
secretary; Kim Rogan, corresponding
secretary; and Chrissy Gaskin, trea-
surer.
A big thank-you goes to each of
them for volunteering to lead the PTA
and or supporting the needs of t.L
school children. 6Z,
In addition to elections, the "No Child
Should Be at Risk: Prevention Works'o
educational seminar was presented
by Suzanne Telan from the National
.Center for Mlissing & Exploited Chil-
dren. Herpresentation took a positive
.approach to safety education and ex-
plained how and why kids fall victim
to abduction and sex offenders, how to
minimize opportunity and risks, how
to practice safety skills with a child;
and what to do if a child is missing or
sexually exploited.
SAttendees left the meeting feeling
empowered and encouraged by know-
ing how to better protect their families.


Anvi Ton, a 5th-grader at Citrus
Elementary, earned the SOAR
(Students of Achievement and
Renown) Award from the West Or-
ange Chamber of Commerce. She
was presented with a $50 savings
bond at a recent ceremony at Dr.
Phillips High. She was also pre-
sented with a medal to wear. To, .
is a great achiever and has an 4i
plus average in Mr. Myncheim
berg's class.


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SOAR Awards
The SOAR Awards are presented by the West Orange Chamber of
Commerce to elementary, middle and high school students who show
good citizenship and devotion to learning. The ceremony was hosted
by Dr. Phillips High recently. Pictured are the elementary winners: An-
thony Burruto, Anvi Ton, Jamilya Brown, Kendra Bailey, Danielle Brooks,


Eesha Doshi, Mackenzi Barrett, Gwendolyn Johnson, Jake Campbell,
Kylie Blankenshi'p, Keenen Walker, Gulard Wheeler, Leonardo Florindo,
Christian Cuevas, Yaxielis Benejam, Elizabeth Butteibaugh, Eduardo
Romero, Liznery Jimenez, Stephanie Mayfield, Anthony Alvarez, Bian-
ca Boles, Glenda Phillip and Lauren Clark. Not pictured is Daniel Kim.


Cayla Cobb, a St. Andrew 8th-grader, won 1st place in the Law Day, Es-
say Contest sponsored by the Florida-Supreme Court and the Florida
Bar Association. The award will be presented to her on May 6 during
a special banquet ceremony in Tallahassee, which will be attended by
members of the Supreme Court. Pictured are Cobb and Robert Black,
an American history teacher.

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SJames A. Cummings Irnc. and Trophies Unlimited sponsored the West
Orange Chamber Student of Achievement and Renown Award Cere-
SOAR middle school0winners (I-r): Natacha Oliveira, James Hodgskin mony at Dr. Phillips High School recently. Pictured are (1-r): Rob Maphis
Ill. Jessyca Garlock, Stephanie Mayfield and Alyson Schnorr. Not pic- of James A. Cummings Inc., Chamber President Stina D'Uva and Ann
lured are Oscar Gutierrez, Janine Lee and Natalie Gonzalez. Whittle of Trophies Unlimited.



Ms. Vila' 3rd-grade class
.at Windermere Elemen-
tary celebrated the Chi-
S- nese New Year with the
help of Windermere mom
Lan Anderson. The chil-
dren had fun learning all
about how the Chinese
New Year is celebrated
and then took part in a
ceremony wishing each
other a Happy New Year.
Pictured are: (back row)
Haneul Lee, Jonathan
Martinez, Julysha Ro-
.s driguez, Robert Ortiz,
Jose Oquendo and Mrs.
Vila; (middle row) J.P.
Marulanda, Kelvin Muniz,
Andrew Zhang and Jose
i N Garcia: and (front row)
Thinh Vo, Mikka Dorado,
Lynn Tran, Andrea
SRosario and Tatiana
Polanco.



At NASA, the scientists are
working on growing fresh
foods for the astronauts in
space. The 5th-grade enrich-
ment students at Bay Mead-
ows Elementary are growing
plants hydroponically (without
soil) in their classroom with
the help of Jeff Richards, a
Kennedy Space Center biol-
ogist, and their enrichment
teacher, Sharon Flesch. The
students are using a grow lab
;.. they purchased from a grant
last year. They are hoping in
2 months to have a salad with
their school-grown lettuce,
tomatoes, peppers and
radishes. The students are
journaling the growth of their
plants, too. Pictured are
Stephanie Gomez and
Joshua Richards.


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Members of Southwest Middle's jazz band, John Bateman and Rik
DuPreez, provide entertainment for the incoming 5th-graders.


Incoming students
get tour of school
Incoming fifth-graders from Bay
Meadows, Sadler, Tangelo and Dr.
Phillips elementary schools spent a re-
cent morning at Southwest Middle-get-
ting acquainted with the school.
The students were welcomed by
Principal Dr. Anne Carcara and sever-


al school administrators and staff. The
soon-to-be middle-schoolers were giv-
en a tour of the school by current stu-
dents and served refreshments by the
SWMS PTSA. Members of the school's
bands, orchestra and SouthWest
Singers provided the entertainment.
The students will start sixth gradeat
Southwest in August.


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Ms. Bishop-Karney's 2nd-grade class at Oakland Avenue Charter School surrounds the collection bins for
pop tabs that the students have been collecting all year. The 101 pounds of tabs were then taken to the Or-
lando Ronald McDonald house, where the profits from the recycled tabs will be used to help' the families of
sick children in Central Florida.

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The Foundation Academy elementary drama team performed an Easter musical entitled 'The Little Don-
key's Easter Journey,' directed by drama teacher Lynette Gardiner. Pictured are performers (1-r): (front row)
Maddie Destefano, Sarah Bracht, Leah Williams, Lucy Fry and Bethany Cooper; (middle row) Natalie Mar-
tin, Mattie Strong, Katie Consiglio, Nicole McBride, Tori Cartwright and Shelby Swygert; and (back row) Abby
Brady. Alex Owens, Jay Bloder, Jake Murphy, Mitchell Lee and Clayton Grimm.


Mrs. Downing's 4th-grade students at Spring Lake Elementary completed their wonderful projects for their
space unit. Pictured are, I-r. front, Alejandro Moreno. Carol Castro, Ashley Parr, Ivan Toledo: middle, Trevor
Lambert. Chelsea Payment; back, Monique Crouse, Shpnnon LaDieu, Holly Lewis, Nathan Imlaw, Jacob
Campfield. Courtnie Haar and Mrs. Downing.
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Students in Mrs. Dimond's class at Dillard Street Elementary wear their team T-shirts while enjoying the an-
rdil Field pay activities.
Fleld Day and the whole special area team, there A big thank-you goes to all the par-
Students at Dillard Street Elemen- were many activities to keep both par- ents who came out to help and have
taryrecently enjoyed the annual Field enls and kids entertained. There were fun with their children and to teachers
D-y festivities. Thanks to Bob Maz- even a few water games to cool Ihem Mr. Targowski, Ms. Hillman and Mrs.
z:la, the physical education coach, off. Cottle.

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W^ A special tribute to iTe graduating seniors fro'ni
S.West Orange High, Olympia High, Dr: Phillips High, Weslside'Tech, Calvary Baptist Christian School,
Central Florida Prep. Central Florida Christian'Academy, West Oaks'Academy, Moritverde Academy,
'First Academy, Ocoee High 'School,' Foundation Academy and Crenshaw School.
.., d This special section'will be published May 18th, 2006,
and includes class, hotos, lists of graduates and greeting ads.
.rieqids & families can reserve space for their greeting ads now; Please submit your ad no later than
S Ads'can be dropped'by our office
720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden:, ;
or e-nailed to: wotimes@aol.com.
For more info. please call
407-656-2121
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Ruby Rodriguez from Ms. Brasson's 2nd-grade class at Maxey Elementary lies on a bed of nails at Won-
derWorks while Brittany Shay from Mrs. Damesworth's 2nd-grade class looks on. Everyone enjoyed the field
trip.

NOW ENROLLING FOR 2006-07




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available for the 2006-2007 school year for PK3 5th grade.

State of the art lower school
learning center complete with
classrooms featuring integrated
technology, media center, a health
clinic and separate rooms for a
computer laboratory, science
laboratory, foreign language,
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The Lower School features the SRA Open Court Language Arts program
with Accelerated Reader, Saxon Mathemtics with MathFax, Carolina
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exercises and HoughtonMifflin Social Studies complemented by Time
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Announcements

BANKRUPTCY AUC-
STION, THURS.,May 18.
i0ami Prime commercial
Real estate. Valdosta, GA.
2pm. 211 +/- acres-divided.
Lake Park, GA. Rowell
SAuctions, Inc. 800/323-
8388. 10% BP, GALAU-
SC002594, www.rowellauc-
Stions.com. fcan4

CLASSIC ROCK & VA-
RIETY band for hire-
"LAST CHANCE" Call
SJim @: 407/697-0224.
S5/25jb

ESTATE AUCTION, 12
Sfarms S:W. Ga., plantation
country; Excellent hunting,
Beautiful homesites, 2597
+/- acres-divided. Sat.,
May 13, 10am. Rowell
Auctions, Inc. 800/323-
S8388. 10% BP GAL AU-,
C002594. www.rowellauc-.
dons.com. fcan4

EXECUTIVE ESTATE
A AUCTION on the St.
John's, Ri\er mortgage
foreclosure 4br/4 5ba.
Some on 2 ac. Boat house
w ith dock. May 13. 1pm in
Mandarin. FL.I\%hillauc-
tions.com. Call 888/2 1-
0894. AB2083. fcan4

ONE CALL STANDS
BETWEEN YOUR busi-
ness and millions of po-
tential customers Place
your ad for just $450 125
words) $10 each additon-
al ] ord and your ad %. ill be
placed in 150 papers. Call
The West Orange Times at
407/656-2121 and ask
Jackie about placing an ad
thru Florida Classified Ad-
vertising Network. tfn

REAL ESTATE & ES-
TATE auction. 3 proper-
ties in Suwannee county.
Antiques. collectibles.
tools. plus man% more
May 6 at amn'. Calrfor a:
complete pkg. 888/821-
0894. www.jwhillauc-
tions.com. Lic # AB2083.
fcan4

030
Personals

HUNT ELK, RED stag.-
whtetaail. buffalo. fallo\w.
Guaranteed tffi-ng-icse
$5: Season 8/25/06-
3/31/07. We have a no-
game/no pay policy Book
no" I Days 314/209-9800:
evenings 314/293-0610.
fcan4

MEALS ON \WHEELS is
looking for \olunmeers for
Winter Garden area. Please
call Madeline 407/654-
5161 ext. 28 or 407/295-
9248. 5/ 11ms

MONEY TO LEND.
Builder, commercial and
mixed use. All credit
grades. 321/273-9438.
5/18cms : '

$$CASH NOW$$ as seen
on TV. Prosperity Partners
pays you the most for your
future payments from set-
tlements, lawsuits, annu-
ities and lotteries. 800/509-
0685. \v% w.prosperity-
partners.com. fcan4

035
Schools and
Instruction

AMERICA'S DRIVING
ACADEMY. Start your
driving career. Offering
courses in CDL A. One tu-
ition fee. Many payment
options. No registration
fee. 888/808-5947.
info@americasdriving
academv.com. fcan4

ATTEND COLLEGE ON-
LINE from home. Medi-
cal, business, paralegal,
computers, criminal jus-
tice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer provided.
Financial aid if qualified.
866/858-2121. \a\\w.On-
lineTidewaterTech.com.
fcan4

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR. Training for
'employment: Bulldozers.
backhoes, loaders. dump
trucks;, graders, scrapers,
i. excavators. National certi-
fication. Job placement as-
sistance. Associated Train-


ing Services. 800/383-
7364. www.atsn-
schools.com. fcan4

ENROLLING TWO,
THREE and four year old
children for Glad Tidings
Pre-School. Hands on ac-.
tivities, designed for all
learning styles. Call
407/656-4140 for more in-
formation. tfngtps

SUMMER TUTORING.
GRADES K-9. Call certi-
fied teacher @ 407/592-
4813, Sara. 4/27st


040
Business
Opportunities

A, CASH COW! 90
VENDING MACHINE
UNITS/YOU OK LOCA-
TIONS. ENTIRE BUSI-
NESS-$10,970. HURRY!
800/836-3464 #BO2428.
5/4sag

ALL CASH CANDY
route. Do you earn
$800/dav" 30 machines.
free candy All for $9.995.,
888/629-9968.
BO2000033. Call us. We
will not be undersold.
fcan4

GREYHOUND RACING
DOG ownership. Mini-.
mum 20"% profit guaran-
teed. We do the vork. you
have the fun You can't
lose. Successful since
1989 '888/988-9199.
www .G3Kennel.com
fcan4

INVEST IN REAL Estate.
Your credit, our money
% ww .JPSIn estments-
Group.com. 321/299-6100.
8/31sp

INTERNATIONAL CONM-
PANY WHICH is e\pen-
encing huge group th needs
self-motivated people. This
is not a "get quick" scheme,
it takes hard work but the fi-
nancial rewards are great. If
Nou are interested and Nou
would like to see a Power!'
Point Overview Presenta-
tion without obligation, call
Valerie Geth at 407/880-
2481. 5/1 vg

VENDING ROUTE! Gas-
saver special!. Collect
more per stop. electronic
snack/soda. Great equip-
ment/support. Complete!
Financing available
%%/$6.000 down. 877/843-
8726. BO#2002-037. fcan4

WELL ESTABLISHED
BRIDAL/Evening ear.
Central Florida. Local &
international clients. Grow-
ing 17-209 year. $595,000
+ inventory. Nets $300k.
Financing available. See
pictures at aww.florida-
capital.com. Agent
941/924-2378. fcan4


070
Lost and Found

LOST: NECKLACE.
SENTIMENTAL value.
W.G. Tral head. Sat. 4/29.
352/385-0810. 5/18fa





100
General Office

ADMIN. ASST. Excellent
clerical & phone skills
needed. Able to multi-task,
proficient in Word & Ex-
cel, 3-5 years experience a
must. Drug Free Work-
place. 352/243-1763 or fax
resume 352/243-4531.
5/4sm

CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES.
Winter Garden. FT, previ-
ous call center/customer
service experience req'd.


GENERAL:
010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
030 PERSONALS
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
090 MISCELLANEOUS
EMPLOYMENT:
100 GENERAL OFFICE
105 DOMESTIC
110 CRAFTiSKILLS/TRADE
120 LABOR
130 'MEDICAL
132 LEGAL
135 PROFESSIONAL
136 RELIGIOUS
140 RESTAURANT/HOTEL/MOTEL
150 RETAIL
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY
160 MISCELLANEOUS
S165 PART-TIME
S 170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


Exc. computer skills, de-
tail, & deadline oriented.
Team player. Fax or email
resume 407/654-8451 or
pamtcial@djbmuports.com
tfndlb

FRONT DESK RECEP-
TIONIST. FTposition. Ev-
ery weekend + 3 week-
days. Busy Veranda Park
real estate- office in
MetroWest. Enthusiastic
pleasant person, computer
skills, great pa. & benefits.
Fax resume 4-7/294-7662.
Fran 5'4fl

GENERAL OFFICE.
PHONES, invoicing, in-
ventory, filing, customer
service. Fast paced. 60 yr
old service business, 401 K.
benefits, EOE. Please fax
\our resume to 407/839-
0366 or call 407/466-5907.
5/18gcr

LOOKING FOR A full
time. reliable, pleasant of-
fice clerk to handle an-
sweringphones, data en-
try, filing, etc. with Quick- .
books, Word and Excel
knowledge. E-mail con-
cretel0230aa6Lcomorfax
407/905-4671. 5/4cc

TEAK ISLE. INC. A
MANUFACTURER OF
QUALITY MARINE AC-
CESSORIES. Is in need of
full time "RECEPTION-
IST & DATA ENTRY/IN-
VOICING CLERK" posi-
ion. prior BOL processing
experience a plus. The el-
igible candidate must be
dependable, and should be
detailed oriented with the
ability to handle several
tasks at once. This position
requires excellent commu-
nications skills: must be
able to read, write and
communicate fluently in
English. Ability to use
computers, calculator and
multi-line telephone sys-
tem Worlkng hours will
be 8 30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
We are a Drug Free Work-
place. Apply in person
Monday to Friday 8:30 am
to 4:30 pm at 401 Capitol
Ct., Ocoee or fax resume
to 4t)7/656-23-14. 5/4ti

105
Domestic

FULL AND PART time
cleaning homes. No nights
or weekends. Excellent pay
play includes paid training.
paid travel time, and paid
vacation. Join the Clean
Team. Call Ken at Better
Home Cleaning 407/290-
6188 5/1lks

HOME CLEANERS
NEEDED. $180 P/T-up to
$360+ FIT. Your area. Car,
phone. English required.
Anna's Housekeeping,
since 1991.407/447-1451.
5/25ahp

HOUSEKEEPER-FT.
Mon.-Fri. to maintain rec
areas & offices of Vista del
Lago IRt. 192) near Dis-


Excellent pay and benefits.
5 days a week. Great work
environment. In business for 34 yrs.
Call

407-293-0723


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


ney. Great pay & benefits!
Fax: 407/239-8485 or call
407/468-4463 5/lllmg

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

NOW HIRING HOUSE-
CLEANERS.. $9.50-
$12.00/hr. Insured car per
applicant. Bondable, En-
glish. M-F. Call 407/877-
7738 after 9am for inter-
view. 5/4cc

WINTER PARK. HOUSE
construction cleaning. FT.
Startpay $7.25 p/hr Must
work 10 days to get paid.
David, 407/770-9097.
5/4dm

110
Crafts/Skills/
Trade


DRIVERS

OTR Dnvers. Flatbed &
Reefer. Starryour new
career with one of the
fastest growing carriers
in the industry!
Open Job Interviews
Mon. 05/08 10am-4pm
Holday Inn Contenton
Center 350 Iniernadonal
Speediwa. Deland, FL
Thur. 05/11 10am-5pm
Lakeland Hampton Inn
4420 N Socrum Loop Rd.
Lakeland. FL 33809
Fri. 05W12 10am-4pm
Sanford Holida, InnExpress
S3401 S Orlando Dr
Sanford. FL
Guaranteed $400-500/% k
Tialning Pay alter CDL
Is acquired
'100 Hrs On The Road
Training
'Get your permit in 4 days
'Islyr. Potential Earnings
up1 o$45.0001
Let Prime gve you
the know, ledge, sill
and suppon ,ou need
to succeed



800-511-5663
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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


CDL "A" DRIVERS. Hon-
ey 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
delivery company now hir-
ing experienced Class B.
drivers. Competitive wages
and commissions. Call
352/394-1878 tfncfrm

'DRIVERS., TOW
TRUCKS. For w. Orange
county. Light and heavy
duty Will train. 407/656-
2624. tfncs

DRIVER-DRIVERS-
LOOK. Gene Hyde Truck-
ing Co. $700 to $1200/wk.
In state & Southeast runs.
Must have 2 yrs. CDL exp.
800/229-5248, x 219.
fcan4

DRIVERS-BEIN demand.
Plenty of freight. Many
home time options Low
cost CDL training avail
1 100% tuition reimburse-
ment. 800/231-5209.
wvs w.SwfitTruck-
ingJobs.com. fcan4

DRIVERS-CDL A."Hon-
ey I'm Home" every week-
end. Great pay & benefits.
Special orientation pay for
experienced drivers. Paid
training for school grads.
Cypress Truck Lines, Inc.
wvs w.cypresstruck.com.
888/808-5846. fcan4

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

DRIVERS. EXCELLENT
PAY/BENEFITS. Night
incennies Class A CDL-X.
tanker, 2 yrs. TT experi-
ence. Clean IMVR.
407/816-6114 eagletrans-
portcorp.com. 5/4aa

ESTIMATOR. SITE EXP.
required. CDS Sitework &
Development, Inc. Fax re-
sume to 407/239-8187,
DFWP/EOE. 5/I llcds


mFlIcOTdK


Cable Tech /

Disconnect

Earn $800+ wk.
Must have a truck or SUV
and climb ladder.
Paid training, benefits available.

www.makotek.net

or call 321-689-9942






e AGENTS

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

407-877-8853


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

FIELD TECHNICIANS.
Electric meter change-out
field technicians are need-
ed to work in the Apop-
ka/Eustis area. Starting.
salary $13.50-i15.00 Must
have a valid Florida dri%-
er's license, and pass a pre-
employment drug test and
criminal background'
check. Call 407/884-0098
or submit your resume to
UMS@'asplundh.com.
iUMS-EOE. 5/4ums

FLEET. MECHANIC-
LIGHT, medium & heavy
tow trucks & equipment.
Hydraulic & welding a
plus. Must have tools &


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


transportation. Apply at
500 Wilmer Ave. 407/291-
0153. 5/18jws

FLOOR CARE TECHNI-
CIAN & asst. tech needed-
clean cut & responsible.
Good pay & benefits. Call
407/656-7369. 5/11kg

GENERAL MAINTE-
NANCE & grounds. CDL
preferred. Inquire within.
Montverde Academy, CR
455, Montverde. 5/4ma

GOLF COURSE WORK-
ER. FT/PT \ ork Apply in
person: 2501 McKinnbn,
Windermere. Golf privi-
leges available. Hrs. 5am-
lpm. 407/S76-1814. tfn-
wcc

HEAVY TOW-TRUCK
operator. Expenence req'd.
Class A CDL required. Ap-
pli in person 500 Wilmer
Ave. tfniuj

IRRIGATION FORE-


Montverde Academy is now ac
year. Founded in 1912, Montvi
college preparatory boarding
125 acres adjacent to Lake Fl
its 25 million dollar campus. N
a new 4 million dollar lower s
S 2006 to house a growing lowt

Available teaching


High School I
,, EElementary/Mlidi
*I E


Dorm P

S6th
j E lementa

?' Middle Sc
Food
Part-Til

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:': Experience pret


Competitive salar
S
Tuition remission availab
125 acre c
Medical co
10% employer

Visit www.montverde.org i

14 .' .'. ; -


MAN FOR landscape con-
struction company. Re-
sponsibilities include new
installation, troubleshoot-
ing, repair, & retro fit of
commercial irrigation sys-
tems. Must be able to read
blueprints. Valid Fl. drivers
license required. Salary
based on experience. Gen-
erous incentive program.
Full benefits. Contact Eric
Brooks @ 407/832-0211
or fax resume to 407/886-
6447 or e-mail resume to
doraland@mindspring.com
.5/4dlc

JOB CRAFTERS, INC.
Now hiring. First class
shipyard trades: Pipe fit-
ters, structural fitters, struc-
tural welders. Work in FL.,
AL. over time + per diem.
Up to $23./hour. Toll free:
800/371-7504. Phone:
251/433-1270 Fax #
251/433-0018. fcan4

LEAD OPERATOR. WE
will train you on our laser
engraving machine. Must
bereliable, & have good
attention to detail. You will
be responsible for super-
vising up to 4 employees
in production operations. 1
yr. supervisory exp. pre-
ferred. F/T w/benefits.
Please fax work history to
Mr. Wehmeier 407/654-
8451. tfndjb

MECHANICAL & TIRE
SERVICE positions Exp.
preferred. Join a winning
team. Celebrating our 60th
year in'business. Benefits
include Group insurance.
-101K. monthly and annual
bonus and more. Call
407/466-5907 or fax re-
sume to 407/839-0366.
5/l8gcr

NEED EXPERIENCED,
ALUMINUM handrail in-
stallers and core dnilers for
large multi-story commer-
cial projects in central
Florida. 239/877-5129 or


accepting applications for the 2006-2007 school
erde Academy is an independent, coeducational.
17-12) and day school (PK3-12) situated on
orence in Moniverde. Florida. Expanding on
lontverde Academy has begun construction on
schooll learning center to open in September of
er school student body.

positions for September of 2006

Librarian/Media Specialist

dle School Phys Ed. Instructor

ESL Instructor

School Nurse

aren't for Girls Dorm

Grade Instructor

iry Computer Teacher

hool Spanish Instructor

I Service Manager

me Drama Instructor


Qualifications:
ite required for teaching positions
ferred, graduate degree preferred


Benefits:
v commensurate with county scale
nall class size of 20
le for children of full time faculty and staff
:ampus. strong endowment
average. dental plan available
r contribution toward retirement

for employment application and instructions.


F L FA DSCAL4 6 2 AX476605eDADI :U1AM


southernrailing@aol.com.
5/4tr

NEEDED MAINTE-
NANCE TECH. Will train.
407/291-4268. 5/11sa

PIPE CREWS, ALL posi-
tions. CDS Sitework &
Trucking, Inc. Call
407/239-4565.
DFWP/EOE. 5/llcds

PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS NEEDED. For 1st &
2nd shifts in W.G. area.
F/T w/benefits. Fax
407/654-8451. tfndjb

PROJECT MANAGER.
Site exp. required. CDS,
Sitework & Development"
Inc., Fax resume to
407/239-8187,
DFWP/EOE. 5/llcds

SECURITY OFFICERS
NEEDED in the Ocoee
area for gated community.
Must have a Class D Se-
curity Liceqse. Please call'
407/891-0411 or go tTi
www.myosps.com.
5/11osps

TEAK ISLE, INC. A
MANUFACTURER OF
QUALITY MARINE AC-
CESSORIES. Is in need of
full time employees for
night shift. Cabinet
Builders, Fast growing-
company provides hard
workers with opportunity
for advancement. Wood-
working and assembly
skills preferred. We are a
Drug Free Workplace. Ap-
pl. in person Monday to
, Friday 8-30 am to 4:30 pm
at 401 Capitol Ct., Ocoee
or fax resume to 407/656-
2344. 5/40

WATER DAMAGE
TECHNICIAN. Service-
Master has immediate
openings. Exp. a plus, but
will train. Must have clean
dri ing record/drug free


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workplace. 352/243-1763
or fax resume 352/243-
4531. 5/4sm
130
Medical
ANGELS SEEKING AN-
GELS. Bi-Lingual needed,
close to W.G. Experienced
care givers for private duty
in elderly clients homes.
.Seeking AM/PM/Week-
'ends & 24 hr. help through-
:but Lake County. Lic #
.HC5228175, background
'check. Visiting Angels
,352/241-6400. 5/1 va
EXPERIENCED DEN-
TAL/ORTHO Asst. Exc.
'benefits with a very com-
.petitive salary. Hard work-
"ng, team oriented individ-
ials needed. 1 yr. exp. a
.must. Fax resume 407/909-
10019.5/18dro
THERAPISTS WANT-
'ED-LICENSED SLPS in
Miami-Dade and Broward
counties. Bilingual a plus.
Per diem & F/T. Bilinguals
Inc. Child & Parent Ser-
vices. 866/696-0999 x 122.
*www.bilingualsinc.com.
'fcan4
135
Professional
INSURANCE 440 OR 220


license rep. Full time.
Please fax resume to
407/297-6834. 5/18aic
MARKETING POSI-
TIONS AVAILABLE
with growing weekly
newspaper. Advertising,
Internet and Circulation.
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 an-
drewbailey@wotimes.com.
tfn

NEEDED, PRE-SCHOOL
teacher for Christian pre-
school. Call 407/656-1855
between 9am and lpm
Monday thru Friday for
more information. 5/4gcc

OAKLAND LUXURY
DEPOT hiring 4 sales peo-
ple!! Soon 100 cars &
trucks in inventory to sell
from major lenders.
Backed by new car financ-
ing. Advertising budget,
benefits, good quality of
life. Have fun & make
money. Apply in person,
16415 W. Colonial Dr.,
Oakland. 5/4old
WANTED EXPERI-
ENCED LOAN Officer for
growing mortgage broker
business. Send resume to
Contemporary Mortgage-


Winter Garden branch.
Fax: 407/656-1358; e-mail:
thalliday @contemporary-
mortgage.com. 5/18cms
140
Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel
AMERICAN PIE PIZZA
Company looking for en-
ergetic and fun people that
want to grow with us! Ap-
ply within at 13770 W.
Colonial Dr., in Winter
Garden. 407/877-2218.
5/4app
COOKIES BY DESIGN
now hiring full & part-
time. Bakers, decorator, &
drivers to work Dr. Phillips
area. Call 407/903-0230.
tfbcbd
WINTER GARDEN PIZ-
ZA Company now hiring
FT or PT bussers, dish-
washers, cashiers &
servers. Apply in person 42
W. Plant St., W.G. 5/4wgp
WORKING KITCHEN
SUPERVISOR. Experi-
ence req'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. Experienced
only. Call 407/876-1112
ext. 213. 5/4wcc
160
General
Employment







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.


A COOL TRAVEL job.
Now hiring (18-24 posi-
tions). Guys/gals to work
and travel entire USA. Pd.
training, transportation,
lodging furnished. Call to-
day, start today. 877/646-
5050. fcan4


INVEST IN YOUR future.
Are you tired of working 8
hrs. a day to still not make
enough. PT/FT. Work
from your PC. $500/$3000
p/nio. Personal business
coach. 1/866-372-9297.
www.thepowerto-
getwealththeonlinebusi-
ness.com. ID#100766149.
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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, FL 34787
The City of Winter Garden is an
equal opportunity employer.


WOW!! $1500-$3000/wk.
Your Pick-up Truck Can
Earn You This & More.
Available to Travel Call
Mr. Wood @ 800/933-


5705. M-F, 8am-5pm.
5/4ci




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


165
Part-Time

IN-STORE DEMON-
STRATORS, product sam-
plers, and coordinators
needed! Experience pre-
ferred.. $9-$11 p/hr.
info@facetimepromo.com.
Download an application
form from:
http://www.facetimepro-
,mo.com. fcan4
PART TIME HELP. Ad-
ministrator needed for
.church. Approx. 25 hrs. a
week. General office skills,
strong computer skills and
QuickBooks a must.
407/909-9495. 5/4ccc


RETAIL NEWSPAPER
DELIVERY/Promotion
available. 1-2 days per
week. Send resume to The
West Orange Times, 720
S. Dillard St., Winter Gar-
den, FL. 34787 or fax to
407/656-6075 or e-mail an-
drewbailey@wotimes.com.
tfn




200
Items for Sale
BUILDING SALE. "Plus
Free Bonus!" 20x32 now
$4100; 25x42 $6200;
30x52 $9800;, 40x82
$18,400. Extensive range
of sizes and models. Front
end optional. Pioneer.
800/668-5422. fcan4
COMPUTER DESK on
castors, like new, $35,
Bookshelves, $25. French
Provencial bdrm. set, full
size, dresser, mirror &
night stand, good condi-
tion, $150, obo. 407/739-
2746. tfncm

CORRUGATED STEEL
ROOFING for Barns, Boat
Docks, Shops, etc. Also
Culvert Pipe: 15"x20,'
18"x20'. Surplus Steel &


Supply, Inc. Apopka. Call
for pricing. 407/293-5788.
tfnss.
DINING TABLE. GLASS
top and 4 chairs, antique
gold, $200, obo. Call
407/656-3791. 5/4ss
METAL ROOFING.
SAVE $$$ buy direct from
manufacturer. 20 colors in
stock with all accessories.
Quick turn around. Deliv-
ery available. Toll free
888/393-0335. fcan4
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 REASON-
ABLE OFFER. 407/654-
7718. tfnjd
SOFA & LOVESEAT.
Light background with
pastel accents. EXCEL-
LENT CONDITION! Tra-
ditional style. $225/both.
407/656-6845 or 407/620-
6307. tfnjb
TREADMILL.' ProForm
Crosswalk 325. Folds
away for easy storage. Exc.
cond. $225. 407/620-6307
or 407/656-6845-eves. tf-
jb


7' 10"L x 3'9" W x 3'9" H.
FLOWER CART on
wheels. Has 2 large wag-
on wheels, 1 smaller. Good
condition. $200, obo.
407/656-3244. 5/18wghm

.240
Garage/Yard
Sale
BIG CARPORT SALE.
New & used items. Cheap
prices. 5/5 7am-3pm.; 5/6
7am-12. Corer Story Rd
&Boyd St., W.G. 5/4pc
COMMUNITY GARAGE
SALE. Northwest Orange
County. Crown Point
Woods sudbv. North of Sil-
ver Star off Ocoee/Apop-
ka. Rd. May 5, 6, 7th.
5/4mb
COMMUNITY GARAGE
SALE. Sat., May 6, 9am-
2pm. Tuscany subdv. off
of Fullers Cross Rd., W.G.
5/4im
FRI. & SAT. May 5th &
6th. 12304 Walker Pond
Rd. S. of Lake Whitney.
8am-4pm. 5/4pc
GARAGE SALE. May 5
& 6. Louis L'Amour col-
lection, sporting goods,
quilts, vintage hats, Geo F.
grill, appliances, crystal,
vintage sheet music, crib,


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Christmas "stuff", WWII
bound volumes. 13255
Lake Butler Blvd., W.G,
5/4aeb
HUGE MOVING SALE.
2493 Sweet Oak St.,
Ocoee. Prairie Lakes sub-
dv. Lots of baby
clothes,toys, furniture, etc.
Sat., May 6. 8am. 5/4ha
MOVING SALE. Sat.,
5/6/06. 8am-2pm. Mostly
household items. 2533
Prairie View Dr., Winter
Garden (Wintermere
Pointe subdv.). 5/4cg
OAKLAND-MULTI
FAMILY. 11 W. Speer
Ave. off TublaSt. Sat., May
6th,'8am. 5/4pb
OAKLAND. SAT.
ONLY! 8am-lpm. Stuff
cheap! 310 E. Henschen.
.5/4tm
SATURDAY, MAY 6TH.
Moving sale. 8am-3pm.
291 Gary Dr., W.G. 6 1/2
.ft. dinner/dining table, '6
chairs, 4'x4' glass top cock-
tail table, clothes (men's,
woman's, girl's/infant-5)
sofa w/chaise and much
more. 5/4br
SUPER GARAGE SALE.
May 5 & 6. 8am till 4 pm.


Furniture, fishing items, re-
mote toys, bathroom cabi-
net & sink, golf course
flags, etc. Arrington St.,
Oakland. 5/4pc
WINTERMERE HAR-
BOR COMMUNITY
garage sale. Sat., May 6,
8am-lpm. Multi family. S
on 535 from Rt. 50.
5/4ppsd
YARD SALE. 903 Hawaii
Dr., Ocoee. A little bit of
everything. Sat. only. 8am-
? 5/4hw
YARD SALE/MOVING.
Fri. & Sat. 8am-4pm. 203
S. Cumberland Ave.,
Ocoee. 5/4de
2 FAMILY. TOOLS, ca-
noe w/trolling mtr., house-
wares, furniture and lots
more. 212 James Dr., W.G.
Sat., 8am-4pm. 5/4sk
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 Founda-
tion and 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 dona-
tions help a child. tfn


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

380
Pet Services
& Supplies
A "WATCHED" DOG'
recreation park. Where
your pooch can play all
day. Daily, weekly;
overnight rates available.
Call 407/296-0729.
5/4pm.
HORSE WHISPERER
will teach you to train your


horse to do absolutely any-
thing physically possible!
Amazing results guaran-
teed. A MUST for ALL
riders. Now 'in Florida.
800/354-0277. www.Lar-
ryTheHorseWhisperer.com.
9/7am





400
Automobiles
1993 TEAL CADILLAC
Deville sedan. 70,000 orig-
inal miles, all auto, new
tires, runs great. $4500,
obo. 407/656-1183.5/lleb
$500 POLICE .IM-
POUNDS. Cars from
$500. Tax repos, US' Mar-
shal and IRS sales. Cars,
trucks, SUV's, Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's and
more. For listings call
800/425-1730, ext. 2384.
fcan4
430
Trucks & Vans
1999 VENTURE VAN,
119k miles, good shape.
New Michelin tires, new
transmission; AC, power
windows & locks. Asking


$3800. Call 321/217-6293.
5/4bh
1992 GMC VAN. Fully
loaded, A/C, CD/DVD w/3
screens, runs great. Must
sell. Asking $2600.
407/702-5832. 5/4jt
440
RVs &
Motorhomes
RV SPACE FOR rent.
Lakefront. $225/mo.
407/877-9927. 5/11pc
460
Boats
1989 MALIBU SLING-
SHOT bass boat with trail-
er + 1972 Mercury 150 ob;
trolling motor, hotfoot, live
baitwells, new bilge pump,
many extras. $2500.
407/325-6030. 5/18pa




528
Legal
ALL PERSONAL IN-
JURIES accident, wrong-
ful death auto, motorcycle,
truck, premise, product slip
& fall, pedestrian, 'animal


bites. A-A-A Attorney Re-
'ferral Service 800/733-
5342, 24 hrs., 100's of
lawyers statewide. fcan4
DIVORCE. $275-$350.
Covers children, etc. Only
one signature req'd. Ex-
cludes govt. fees. Call
weekdays 800/462-2000,
ext. 600. (8am-7pm). Alta
Divorce, LLC. Established
1977. fcan4
540
Cleaning
CLEANING'& LAUN-
DRY. Make your list! In-
trodictory Special 4 hour
regular cleaning- $64.
Mon-Wed, Anna'a House-
keeping Personnel Ser-
vices, Inc. Servicing Flori-
da since 1991. 407/447-
4663. 5/4ahp
HOME/OFFICE CLEAN-
ING by Bobbi. 407/963-
8627, 407/574-8014. tfnrt
560
Home
Improvement
CROWN MOULDING,
TILE, bathroom repair,
laminate flooring, more.
Owned/operated by local
firefighter. 407/489-0116,
352/242-9265. tfnfcs


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a unique no-cage facility
daycare and
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from 24 hr. emergency ser-
vices, water heaters, re-
pipes, remodels, drain care,
fixtures (faucets), sinks and
a,' toilets. 10% Senior Dis-
t count. Call 407/298-3787.
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;; S.E. Dollen, Inc.
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All Service Techs are
LICENSED
Journeymen and Master
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Miscellaneous

LOAN PROCESSING
,a SERVICES. Reasonable
rates. Capiiol Mortgage
Services. 407/,e56t-8655.
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:. 600
: Homes for Rent

CLERMONT-l/2 RANCH
pool home on 5 acres Lk.
& Apsha% a. $1500/month
Satailable immediately.
-407/876-8S45. 5/1 Irt


- NORTHSIDE WINTER
, GARDEN. 3 bed. 2 bath.
central H/A. No pets. De-
posits & lease required.
$1050/monthl\ 407/656-
2556. 5/4dd

OCOEE-4 BDRM.. 2 bath
restored All tile floor, cent/
ac/heat, fenced yard, spk.
system, (tenant app. re-
quired, one yr. lease, no
' smokers or pets.
SS $1100/mo. + security.
407/656-1575 or Gary at
407/383-8575 5/41fr

OCOEE. 2 BDRM. bouse
w/large fenced yard. Cen-
tral air. new carpet. Avail.
June Ist. $900/mo. Call
Bill 407/716-3010. tfnbs

- 3 BDRM.. 2 BATH home
,, on Butler Chain of Lakes.
' Quiet. dead-end street 2
' car garage, boathouse.
$* 1890. 1/801-232-9291.
' tfnab.
I
2/1 SNAL.L HOUSE. Cen-
tral A/C & heat, shed.
S625/mo. $500 security.
,,, 407/579-6925. 5/4jc

610
,., Condo &
Townhouses

a. BRAND NEW 2/2 condo.
Southern Pines. Solarium
w/l car garage. $1250
p/mo. Lease option to buy.
Near all the amenities. Off
535 near Hwv. 50.
,- 407/592-2719. 5/4er

'WTNDTREE GARDENS
CONDO 161T. 2/2, .
Ground floor: Fresh &
clean. $800 p/mo. No
smokers. 321/689-5907
5/25cf

". WINTER. GARDEN
.SOUTHERN Pines condo.
21. 2/1 w/attached garage. w/d.
pool, spa, indoor bball &
cketball, gy.m. and more.
'i $1200/mo. Sec.dep. same.
Call 407/656-5262 or
.1 407/492-5767. 5/1 Idb

; WINTER .
GARDEN/DANIEL'S
Landing. 2/2.5, gated. pool,
free cable & Internet svc.
'$1175/pmo. negotiable.-
407/297-7775. 407/340-
6265. 5/18pi

3BR/2BA townhome for
rent. $850/mo. Winter Gar-
Sden area. 407/719-3550.
5/4fts .

S .610
Condo &
,- Townhomes

'- NEW SPACIOUS. 3 bed-
room. 2 ba condo for rent.
3 1453 sf,,community' pool,
indoor basketball, racquet-
ball and workout facilities.
', $1400 a month. 954/650-
8912. 5/181k


620
Apartments
& Duplexes

2B/2B DUPLEX, Cler-
mont, 1700 sq. ft. No pets.
$1,000 month; $600 secu-
rity. Call 352/394-5364.
tfnclp

625
Rooms/
Efficiency

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

ROOM FOR RENT. Fur-
nished/unfurnished. Near
Horseman's Park, Clar-
cona-Ocoee Rd. Bring
your horse! $125/week.
Call 407/296-0729. 5/4pm

650
Commercial

OFFICES FOR RENT.
Prime location, downtown
Oakland. 370 sq/$600, 660
sq/$1250. 407/656-8211.
5/4jdp

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

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

1200 +/- SQ. FT. North
WVinter Garden. $14 p/ft.
Call Lisa 321/948-9296.
Aail June 1sI. tfnlb







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 Callowa\
Circle. $749.900. Call for
an appt. Remax Town
Centre 407/761-8754.
5/4ps

CLERMONT LAKE-
FRONT REMODEL.
2,068 sf. 3/2. $274.500.
Owner/agent. Jim 352/409-
4544. 5/181,

CYPRESS CHASE. Un-
believable at this price!
5/3.5 + pool on conserva-
tion pond lot Great views.
2736 sf. Stainless steel ap-
pliances $495.000 9137
Pecks Cypress Wa) Gat-
ed community. Call today
for an appt. Remax Town
Centre 407/761-8754.
5/4psr

OAKLAND. 4/3/2. 2216
sq. ft.. built in 2000.
$339,900. 1111 Railside
Wa\. 407/654-8710. 5/4jb

OCOEE/FOREST
BROOKE brand new.
2.746 sf, 5/3 $455.000.
Jim-agent. 352/409-4544.
5/18js

OPEN HOUSE. SAT. &
Sun. May 6th & 7th. Home
w/dock. pool & spa on
Lake Roper at 13608 Sun-
set Lake Cr. (Windermere
area) Owner/Agent.
407/905-5054. 5/4dm

WINTER GARDEN/WIN-
TER Oaks. New 4/2.5
w/lakevie"\. $367,500.
Jim-agent. 352/409-4544.
5/17js

740
Lots and
Acreage

"LOCATION, LOCA-
TION, LOCATION" Time
to buy. Investors &
builders, great buildable
Iots for sale in one of Floro-
da's faslest'growing areas,
Ft. Myers. .888/558-0032.
tcan4

REAL ESTATE FOR sale.
5 acres, city water & sew-
er available. Clermont area
near Hancock Rd. Reduced
$375,000. Austin Teal Cor-
poration, 'Broker'407/448-
0572. 5/4atc

750
Homes Out of
Area

ASHVILLE, NC AREA
homesites. Sneak preview
of Phase Il on now Just 25
males from Asheville. Over


4 miles of crystal clear
riverfront. Incredible
.mountain views. River-
walk, custom lodge, nature
tails. Call 866/292-5762
fcan4'

BANK FORECLO-
SURES. Homes from
$10,000. 1-3 bdrm. avail-
able. HUD. Repos, REO,


etc. These homes must sell!
For listings call 800/425-
1620, ext. 4237. fcan4

COASTAL GEORGIA.
LAND for sale by owner.
Private golf community de-
signed by Fred Cou-
ples/Davis Love. Marina,
tennis, pool, fitness. Jeck-
yll/St.Simons Island,
$119,900., Call 315/529-
1277. fcan4

FL. LAND BARGAINS.
Opportunities to own your
own farm, ranch woodland
or lakefront homestead.
Old Florida at its best. Still
affordable. Call 866/352-
2249 or www.fllandbar-
gains.com. fcan4

GEORGIA-
BLAIRSVILLE IN the
north Georgia mountains.
Land, homes, commercial
& investment. "Everything
We Touch Turns To Sold".
Jane Baer Realty, 706/745-
2261, 800/820-7829.
www.janebaerrealty.com,
janebaer@alltel.net. fcan4

LAKEFRONT & LAKE-
VIEW properties. Nestled
in the hills of Tennessee on
the shores of pristine Nor-
ris Lake. Call Lakeside Re-
alty at .423/626-5820 or
visit www.lakesiderealty-
tn.com. fcan4

LARGE MTN. LAND
bargains. High elevation.
Adjoins pristine state forest.
20+ ac to 350 ac. Sweep-
ing mtn. views, streams.
www.liveinwv.com. fcan4

MOUNTAIN PROPER-
TY' INTERESTED in
buying property in the Blue
Ridge mountains of NC?
Call Active Realtx today\ at
800/979-5556 or %isit our
website at w% w.Active-
RealtyNC.com. fcan4

MURPHY. NORTH
CAROLINA. Aah cool
summers, mild winters. Af--
fordable homes & moun-
lain cabins Call for free
brochure. 877/137-2288
Esit Really Mountain
View Properties. 5 ww.ex-
itmurphv.com. fcan4

NC MOUNTAIN PROP-
ERTY for less. Breathtak-
ing Blue Ridge Plkwy. New
River. Stone Mountain,
golf courses and quaint
shops of Sparta.
wwwv.scencrealtv.com.
877/372-7211 or 877/363-
5550. fcan4

NEW' ALABAMA WA-
TERFRONT 2 hours to At-
lanta & the coast. Water-
front commurvy with iin-
credible moss-draped
hardwoods. Planned club-
house. docks & more 1/2
to 3 acres from the $50's.
Minutes to historic Eu-
faula. Call o\\ ner 866/882-
1107. fcan4

NORTH C.ROLINA
COOL mountain air.
view s. & streams, homes.
cabins & acreage. Free
brochure. 800/642-5333.
Really of Murph\. 317
Peachtree St., MNurphy.
NC. 28906. vww..realtv-
ofmurphv.com. fcan4

NORTH CAROLINA
GATED lakefront com-
murmy. 1.5 acres plus. 90
miles of shoreline. Never
before offered with 20%"c
pre-development dis-
counts, 90. financing
Call 800/709-5253 fcan4

NORTH GEORGIA GAT-
ED mountain community.
New homes, close to in-
frastructure One hour
north of Atlanta. Golf, ten-
nis. lake. pools. For more
info 678-232-84'15 or
wwn .benttreegeorgia.com.
fcan4

TENNESSEE/KEN-
TUCKY LAKEFRONT.
Private lakefront or view
retreats. Rolling hills, mild
climate. I to-over 40 acre
sites from $40k. On the
border 90 min. to
Nashville. Phase II selling
now. Owner 866/339-
4966. fcan4

TN. MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE. Lakeside 1/2
to 5 acre homesites nestled
around a scenic lake.'Di-


rect lake access, boat ramp,
pavilion and more. Gated,
near Chattanooga. Ready
for your mountain dream
home. Call 866/292-5769.
fcan4

UPSTATE SACRIFICE
20 acres. Was $39,900 now
$29,900. Nice Adirondack
woodland. Walk to public
land. EZ access to major
lakes & rivers. Bldg. site
guaranteed. Town rd.,
terms avail, won't last.
800/890-7927. fcan4

VA MOUNTAINS. 5
acres with frontage onvery
large pristine creek, very
private, excellent fishing,
canoeing, good access,
near New River Trail State
Park, $39,500. Owner
866/789-8535. www.moun-
tainsofVA.com. fcan4

WATERFRONT LAND
SALE. 3 acres dockable
waterfront property build
up to 3 homes. Only
$99,900. Ask about our in-
vestor pkg. 7. Waterfront
lots for only $79,900. Call
toll free 866/770-5263 ext.
8. fcan4

WESTERN NEW MEXI-
CO Private 74 acre ranch
$129,990. Mtn. views,
trees, rolling hills, pas-
tureland, wildlife, borders
BLM. Picturesque home-
site at 6,700' elevation.
Horseback riding, hiking,
hunting. Perfect family
ranch, electricity. 100% fi-
nancing. NALC. 866/365-
2825. fcan4

760
*Mobile Homes

SINGLE & DOU-
BLEWIDE. Owner will fi-
nance. 407/654-8155.
tfndh

810
Real Estate
Wanted

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Nlone. to lend Bad credit
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group.com 321/299-6100
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U-STORE-IT
100 MERCANTILE CT.
OCOEE, FL. 34761
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT ON MAY 16. 2006 AT
10:00 AM AT Li-STORE IT
#671. 100t MERCANTILE CT
IN THE CITY OF OCOEE.
STATE OF FLORIDA. THE
UNDERSIGNED. U-STORE-
IT #671 WILL SELL AT PUB-
LIC SALE B) COMPETIITIVE
BIDDING. THE PERSONAL
PROPERTY HERETOFORE
STORED WITH THE UN.
DESIGNED BY.
Duane Maihji # 7A7- Boxes.
tU hjng poles. loc.l., nusc.
Marcus P Fulmer #62-Head-
board. bc.\ ,pnng, dresser. dr -
er, floor lamp. tnucroav. e, sofa.
TV .land lo's.boxes, mj-c
Richard Cruz W64-Dirung table.
kitchen chair'. rug. boxe-, rru-.c
Charles R Lake #533-Tcol box.
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Michael T. Jackson #162.
KiJchen chairs, desk, dr)er.
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REQUEST FOR
PROPOSAL
Town of Oakland
Comprehensive Policy
Plan Rewrite
The Toan of Oakland is seek-
ing to retain a firm or earn to
assist the Tov.n in preparing an
update and re-write to the
To'n's Comprehensite Policy
Plan The obiecuves for this up.
date are:
I To reante the To% n's Com-
prehensise Policy Plan based
upon updated data and anal-
2 To meet the requirements ot
the State's Grow th Management
law. Chapter 163 FS, as
amended in SB 360. but not lirm-


ited to, schools, water sup-
ply, transportation, capital im-
provements, proportion-
ate share, and community vision;
3. To meet the requirements of
the State's Wekiva Parkway and
Protection Act, Chapter 369 FS,
as enacted in SB 1214 includ-
ing, but not limited to,
wastewater and potable water
facility plans, stormwater
management plan, septic tank
plan, and land use strategies:
4. To provide a Master Land
Use Plan for the Oakland Av-
enue/Tubb Street Corridor.
The study limits for this objec-
tive extend from the eastern
Town Limit to the Florida Turn-
pike along Oakland Avenue,
and from SR 50 go the West Or-
ange Trail along Tubb Street.
5. To determine the communi-
ty's vision for growth and change
through community workshops
and consensus building includ-
ing, but not limited to, af-
,fordable housing, transportation,
annexation, major corridor
land uses, and meeting state re-
quirements.
Complete information on this
project may be downloaded
from the Town's website at
www.oaktownusa.com or by
calling Roland Magyar, Plan-
ning Director at 407/656-1117,
ext. 12, email planning@oak-
townusa.com or fax request to
407/656-2490. Deadlines for
submittals are June 16, 2006.
4/27,5/4/06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FileNo.: 48-2005-CP-002416-O
Division: 01
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PATRICK JAVAR BECKETT
a/k/a PATRICK D. WHITE,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The adminJs.trauon of the estate
of PATRICK IAVAR BECK-
ETT
a/k/aPATRICKD. WHITE, de-
ceased, wiose'date of death was
February 1-1. 21004. is pending
in the Circuit Court for OR-
ANGE Courati. Florida. Pro-
baie Di'i ion. the address C.
uA hch is-425 N. Orange A.enue.
Room 3J0. Orlando. FL 320Sl
The rinmez and address of the
pcra.:nal reprs.enamu'e and the
personal representiu,.es attor-
ney are set forth belo.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons hang claims or
demands against decedent s es-
tate onr hom a ccpy A this No-
Lce required to be earned must
file their claim' utih this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PLUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM
.Ml other creditors of the decedent
and other persons hiding claimn-
or demands against decedenl's
estate must file their claims '% ith
this con 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
FORE\ ER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO 2'i YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED
The date of lirt publbKau'.n of
this notice t Apnl 27, 2006
Personal Represenati've
Is/ Pajicia Diane White
Patricia Diane Whlue
635 Gaelic Court
Apopka, Florida 32712
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentautve
/si Heidi W Isenhart
Heidi W. Isenhart
Attorney\ for Patricia Diane
While
Florida Bar No. 0123714
Shiffield, Lowman & Wilson,
PA
Gateway Center
1000 Legion Place. Suite 1700
Post Office Box 1010
Orlando. Florida 32802
Telephone. 407/581-9801
4/27, 5/4/06


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of the
Estate of KARIN ELLEN
MAST, deceased, File Number:
48-2006-CP-000967-O has
commenced in the Probate Di-
vision of the Circuit Court, Or-
ange County, Florida, the ad-
dress of which is 425 North Or-
ange Avenue, Orlando, Florida
32801. The names and address-
es of the Personal Representa-.
tive and the Personal Represen-
tative's attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this no-
tice has been served must file
their claims with this Court at
the address set forth above
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other'creditors or persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice has
not been served must file their
claims with this Court at the ad-
dress set forth above WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH BE,
LOW..
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED..
The date of first publication of
this ncuce is Apnril 27. 006.
Personal Representative
MICHAEL MAST
15601 N. 19th Avenue, #164
Phoenix, AZ 85023
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative
ERIC S. MASHBURN
Post Office Box 771268
WinterGardern.FL 4-.7'-.126S
Phonenumber 4i:7.5.6-l15i-6
Fax number: 407/877-9166
Florida Bar Number 263036
4'2;7, 5,-1,'06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY, '
FLORIDA A
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 48-2006-CP-000967-O 0
DI itlon. Probate Di% ision
In Re The Estate Of
KAR.IN ELLEN MAST.
Deceased


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Sly's Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and intent to sell vehicles pur-
suant to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes that on 5/16/06
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.
84 CHEV, SW.
1GCCS18B4E8140256
89 SANTANA, M/C S006755
91 HONDA, 4DR.
1HGCB7650MA011438
97 TOYOTA, PU
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02 TOYOTA, 4DR.
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NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles will be
sold at Public Auction for cash
to satisfy lien pursuant to F.S.
713.78 on 5/26/06 at 0800.
95 HOND,
1HGEJ112XSL042672
HUGHES TOWING & RE-
COVERY
103 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM
TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL. 32805
407/425-9999 -



NOTICE OF SALE
The following vehicles will be
sold at Public Auction for cash
ic. sauslt hen pursuant to F S
13 75 on 6t02.'a0) at Oiil11

95 HOND.
lHGCD6? 3TA.025-65 .
87 FORD
1FMCU12T1JUA15773
92 HOND,
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HUGHES TOWING & RE-
COVERY
103 S ORANGE BLOSSOM
TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL. 32805


407/425-9999


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALFREDO VARELA,
Deceased.
File Number: 48-2006-CP-
001129-0
Division: 1
NOTICE OF ACTION
(formal notice by publication)
TO: LUISA TORRES
Address and Last Known
Whereabouts Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that a Petition for Admin-
istration (intestate) has been filed
in this Court. You are required to
serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, on Petitioner's at-
torney, whose name and address'
are:

DAVID W. VELIZ
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 103
Orlando, Florida 32804
on or before June 6th, 2006, and
to file the original of the written
defenses with the Clerk of this
Court either before service or
immediately thereafter. Failure
to serve and file written defens-
es as required may result in a
judgment or order for the relief
demanded, without further no-
tice.
Date on April 26, 2006.
LYDIA GARDNER
As Clerk of Court

By: /s/ J. Taegel
As Deputy Clerk,
First Publication: May 4th; 2006.
5/4,5/11,.5/18, 5/25/06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA


PROBATE DIVISION
File No.:48-2006-CP-001020-
0
Division: 1
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JAMES MONROE SENEFF,
SR.
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of JAMES MONROE SEN-
EFF, SR.,deceased, whose date
of death was October 31, 2005,
File Number 48-2006-CP-
001020-0 is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Clerk of the
Circuit Court Probate Division,
425 N. Orange Avenue, Room
340, Orlando, FL. 32801. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, con-
tingent, or unliquidated claims,
and who have been served a
copy of this notice, must file
their claims with Court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
7-33.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WIL BE
FOREVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE

TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
.BOVE. ANN CLAIM FILED
TWO 121 EARS OR MORE


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Thursday, May 4, 2006 The West Orange Times 5C


AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is May 4;,2006.
Signed on 4pril 27, 2006.
/s/ James M. Seneff, Jr.
JAMES M. SENEFF, JR.
Personal Representative
1300 Summerland Avenue
Winter Park, FL. 32789
/sl Norma Stanley
NORMA STANLEY
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative
* Florida Bar No.: 0778450
Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster,
Kantor & Reed, P.A.
215 North Eola Drive
Post Office Box 2809
Orlando, Florida 32802-2809
Telephone: 407/843-4600
5/4,5/11/06


Town of Oakland
Request for Proposals: Program
Administration
and Grant Projects Engineering
Services
FFY 2006 Grant/Loan Funded
Community


Development and Related Pro-
grams
The Town of Oakland requests
proposals from individuals or
firms to provide services for
grant/loan funded projects for
community and economic de-
velopment 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, and Commercial
Revitalization). Similarly, addi-
tional services may be included
in the projects) on an ongoing
basis to be covered by other
grant/loan funding sources at the
discretion of the Town Com-
mission. Additional information
concerning the proposed ser-
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 by 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 PM Eastern
Time on Tuesday, May 30,
2006, at the Town Hall, 230 N.
Tubbs 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.
5/4, 5/11/06


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehi-
cles will be held on May 17,
2006, at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando, FL.
32807 for the towing and stor-
age pursuant to F.S. # 713.78.
Terms are cash.
1987 MAZDA, VIN #
JM1BW6221H0511270
1987 HONDA, ACCORD VIN
#1HGCA5527HA162135
1991 CHEVROLET CAPRICE,
VIN # 1G1BL5370MR150769
1992 CHEVROLET, CAVA-
LIER' VIN #
1G1JC1445N7199035
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 20,
2006, at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando, FL.
32807 for the towing and stor-
age pursuant to F.S. # 713.78.
Terms are cash.
1986 CHEVROLET, BLAZER
VIN # 1G8CS18ROG8189173
1993 DODGE CARAVAN VIN
#2B4GH55RXPR395071
1995 FORD, CONTOUR, VIN
# 3FALP67L9SM138654
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 21,
2006, at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando! FL.
32807 for the towing and stor-
age pursuant to F.S. # 713.78.
'Terms are cash.


1989 CHEVROLET SILVER-
ADO VIN
#1GCDC 14KXKE200786
MD Towing reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all
bids.








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ASSEMBLY OF GOD


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

BAPTIST

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

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

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

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
Two service locations:
* 8800 W. Colonial Dr.
(at Good Homes Rd.)
407-293-8062
Sunday Worship 9:30am. 11:00am
& 5:30pm. Sunday School 8:15am,
9:30am & 11:00am
English Wednesday Mid-week
Worship 6:30pm
Deal Ministry* Filipino Ministry *
Awana's 3yr 8th grade
Central Florida Chrislian Academy
K-2 thru 12
* 800 N. Pine Hills Rd.
407-293-4571
Spanish Sunday 11:00am & Wed.
6:30pm.
Haitian Sunday 11:00am, 7:00pm,
& Wed. 6:30pm
Vietnamese Sunday 11:00am
Awana's 3 yr 8th grade
Radio: Sunday 11:00am-950 AM;
and 7:00pm-950AM & 1520AM
Dr. Clayton Cloer, Senior Pastor
www.tbccf.net

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

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

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
And Christian Academy
1601 A.D. MIms Rd. Ocoee FL.


Rev. Bradley T. Phillips,
Pastor/Administrator
(407) 656-3097

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

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

CATHOLIC

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

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

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

CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

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

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

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

CHURCH OF GOD

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


www.GardenCathedralCOG.org

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

COMMUNITY

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

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

EPISCOPAL'

CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On the corner of Main St. and
Tilden. (407) 656-3218
Sunday services at 8AM, 9:30AM
'11AM & 7.00PM with Sunday
School for all ages at 9:30. Child
Care &Youlh Ministry.
www.churchofthemessiah.com

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
ASCENSION
4950 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd. Or-
lando, FL 32819. 1 block 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 oro

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

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

PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd,
Winter Garden
Serv. 8:30am & 10:45am


I was on my routine walk this mornmig. enjoying the Flon-
da humidity) The quiei ahiordb me a great opporrunti t1o
commune kith- the Lord iPs 5i M1, routine usually la:es
rue long ja bike'rrail, ira,.ersing park. noods. neighbor-
hoods, agolfc.,ursc. and cLen a spnng-fed stream So, it's
easy to feel well of gratitude and blessing for the beauty and
uniqueness of creation.
As I iilkcd ithe tc Lord this morning. TI asked Him f'-'r a
speciall rerrunderot IHs presence. Of course. I hase learnedLl
and kn.:,, tha i He speaks in vanI'us i ays--thr'ough His \\ 'rd.
the Bible, through o:ithcr people who knroe. Him, and through
circunistances. I olien think o tIhe st n' y of Queen Esther --
holy she prepared herself to meet the King. how she risked
her liie io approach turi lor the sake cf her people BUL I know
thatbecause of jesus' sainfice of Himself for mrn sins. I can
bialdly come to God Our great God. Creatr of all things.
liAes us, He desires ihat iwe come to Him .


407-877-3937
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOtFaith.ORG

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

METHODIST.

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lakeview Avenue
407-656-1135
Rev. Russell Belcher
8:00 Brief Traditional. 9:00'
Contemporary, 10:00
Sunday School, 11:00 Traditional,
5:00pm TNT Youth Group,
7.00pm Contemporary & Gospel.
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PO., < Methodist Church .
Plant St. 5

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

ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd.,
Dr. William S. Barnes,
Senior Pastor
Assoc. Pastor Rev. Beth M. Farabee
Dr. David Stephens 407-876-4991
Worship Serv. 8.9:30, 11:00am
Contemporary Worship 5:30pm

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

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


In answer ti:o m, prayer, the Lord rendnidd me d :m f A recent
conversation I had % iih a tnend I h .r]d been t.irn ;!ih
mN fnend bti a3 of intan mrc,nicj.'ring :on n. C'.a.i'puter
But. a fes' nunuies water i'e had tr,irhed our r.p': c. n, er-
sation, my phone rang, and my friend was on the line say-
ing, "I just wanted to hear your voice."
Whata surprise! TheLordwas tellingme thatHejustwant- -
ed to hear my voice! Can you fathom the.love and care of a
good God, who wants to hear from you?!
hi's true' God created us It.r fell..a slup "]th Hm. Thc
oril\ thing that precrnti' us ft,'om k.nouing Him, is iourel'e,
He has already made provision for the sepuarinn ftom, Hrim
that sinm caused Our choice to believe that Jesus is the va4,
the truth, and the life (and-no man comes to the Father, but
by Him. John 14:6) is all it takes to be accepted into the
presence of the living God. Go to Him! He will welcome
you, too! /
ADV.


FAITH HARVEST CHURCH
12100 W. Colonial (P6rtuguese
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@unityccorlando.org

NAZARENE

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

PRESBYTERIAN

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

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

PENTECOSTAL

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


Pastor Rick Faircloth

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

'WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
United Church-of Christ .
436 Oakdale St. Windermere. FL
347,86 (Corner ol 5th Ave & Main
SI) Phone 407-876-2112
www.windermereunion.nrg




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







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14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
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100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

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407-903-1384

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Janet Spikes 407-905-5608
Brenda DeArmond Realty, LLC
ying a Home
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DESIRABLE NORTH
WINTER GARDEN
Cozy 3/2 with fireplace. Open and
inviting floor plan. All season porch
within walking distance to down-
town parks & West Orange Trail.
'$239.900.


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hot \'inter Garden. Reserve
south unit no\\. 1-2 zomng.i
Close to major high\a\ s
Contact Rhonda 407-721-3306


PRICED TO SELL AT $74,900
BEST PRICE AROUND!
2 pnceless grand father oaks on site!
106x 135 vacant lot, over 1/3 of an acre in
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community pool
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. '' -..Submit offers. List price $295,000.
Call Doris Griai ,'Rp altor OFFICE 407-656-3010 CELL 407-491-2120


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And live in this country setting just outside Oakland.
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S $181,500 $279,900
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Ma.1) upgrjade' Sinles.i i l appli;jr i. Cherry wood cabinets. Front
13Cc pond.S j ronsr. a3rr.. Re Ajd, IO move in.
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GOLF COURSE FRONT BEN.T i Spacious Meadowood 3 BD, 2 BA
2 .:q n .,..:rI.:..'ng i i', r. ay. Formal living, dining & fam-
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$415,000
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Maple Cabinets, Plantation Shutters...and much more. MUST SEE
$839,900
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or call 407-354-1060


HOUSE FOR SALE
BY OWNER
504 Bernardlno Dr. Ocoee, FL 34761
3 bdrms/2baths, great room. dining room. den.
fireplace. 2 car garage. laminate flooring. car-
peted bedrooms, screened-in back porch, new
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$299,900
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S222 S. Main St., Groveland

429-0659 or 429-5178

After Hours: Elaine Vick 407/808-0517


1.3 ACRES C.2 ZONING CITY OF GROVELAND. Prime location next to
Center.Stote Bank. $395,00.00.
2 ACRES zoned C-1 City of Groveland, Excellent location. $700,000.00.
5t ACRES with 370' fronting on SR 50 in Groveland. Can be zoned Commercial.
$1,100,000.00.
9.2 ACRES C- ZONING- NEAR GROVELAND. 450' fronting. SR 50. Also
Fronts TimberVillage Rd. Excellent Location. $1,975,000.00.
20 ACRES- C-1 ZONING CITYOF GROVELAND (AST SIDE) 689' frontage
on SR 50. Sewer and Water available. Prime Location. $3,250,000.00.
20 ACERETHEEFARMfronting onPhillipsRoadGroveland,with 3/2 manufactured
home.12' and 2 well. irrigation. $650,000.00
VACATION COTTAGE- 2/2 on Lake Louisa. Furnished, H/A, new dock with large
deck area, 2 boat lifts, like new custom built Pontoon boat w/50HP Honda Four
Stroke. 2 Smithbilt Storage Buildings. $395,000.00.,
34 ACRE RANCH -.with 3/2 Home, stable and storage. Fenced and cross fenced.
Creek. Excellent area. $875,000.00. NEAR HOWEY IN THE HILLS.
10ACRES-"LikeNew'4/3home,officeLR DR,fullyequippedkitchen,gosfireplace,
large screened area witA pool. 30x40 detached'bldg. with office. Fenced and cross
fenced. Posture for horses. HAVE YOUR OWN COUNTRY ESTATE. $780,000.00.
20 ACRE HOMESITE Pangola hay, scattered trees, pond. Excellent for horses
and cows. Restricted to conventional homes. $399,000.00!
30 ACRE HO SEA. -/2 ytp W P S SKI SCHOOL AND
GOLF COURS slplUulK ge rooms, plus 30X60
Pole Bam LighteFrtenae ned. WELL MNAINAINED $899,000.00.
:1WO10ACRE HOMESITES. Nature Lovers Dreaml Woodlands & wetlands. Lots
,of privacy, mobiles ok. $169,000 EACH OR BUY BOTH 0 $150,000 EACH!
12.6 ACRES (4 Uplands) -Wooded, paved road frontage, surrounded by private
canal near State Forestend Rails to Trails. Excellent homesite $185,000.00
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5 ACRE WATERFRONT Estate homesite in Ranch Club north of Groveland.
Close to Turnpike. Excellent area $699,000.00i;Alsp5t acre lakeview Homesite
$399,000.00.
5 ACRES plus older mobile home being sold "As Is", north of Groveland, OFF
S.R. 33 N., trees & combination of woodlands & wetlands well, septic, 2 storage.
houses. $150,000.00.
3.4 ACRE Restricted Homesite on small lake north of Groveland. Excellent area.
Closeto Grass Roots Airport. $185,000.00....
ALTOONA Lake Minneola 9.2 acres. 400" ft of lakefront oak trees. Zoned ag.
Two homesites. $950,000.00,
1+ ACRE Corner homesite. Lake Emma Rd. Fruit trees Excellent area
$149,900.00.
LAKE ERIE 5 ACRES Wooded, some low, with 250 feet fronting Lake Erie across
road from homesite. Great homesite. $350,000.00.
13 ACRES South of Groveland. 100' frontage on Lake Erie. Lots of beautiful
oaks. Great estate homesite. Excellent area $559,000.00.
SUMTER COUNTY 5.63 +ACRES fronting CR 755. Partially fenced, nice pasture,
fish pond. $198,500.00.
5 ACRES John's Lake Road area, Clermont. Older Mobile home and barn, fenced.
All 'as-is' $549,000.00. CLOSE TO EVERYTHING.
35 ACRES SW oSAt dEf i | lso,, good hunting
$220,00oo.oo00.
FOUR 10 ACRE-Homesites SW of Groveland. Wooded. Privacy. Priced from
$100,000.00 to $250,000.00. By Appointment.
4 ACRES & 7.8 ACRES Restricted homesites north of Groveland near Grass
Roots Airport. New development. Excellent area.'Each $275,000.00. 4 acre
homesite LAKEVIEW.


5 ACRES 2/2, 1,800 sf home Outbuildings. Grove with established road-side LOT ON LAKEVIEW AVE- in Clermont. Small, old house -'AS IS'. Excellent area.
fruit stand. Hwy 19 frontage. 5449,000.00., $135,000.00.


Robert V Porter I AL ESTATE:,( 5 2) 212-01 67
Mln-r, llion Ftdl PidL, .r

.i us Lg1 2 i113,I II L ii I coInd, This rI mertial dupler is lr.itid on
ri .' ist ouenily etaii i 1thre hew l di r -.i a prime icomr loij n hiliorfic Clermionl
tlennroln. It fenhires ; lI huge tilrd gleal. l [il ,cnvtruble Into. a ingle mIL lso
S dini' g room leatuing '~dted ceilings could be expanded to s'~eral iums i1r
I wih clreatorn-vi adowAs. Flonda room inrstsrm' nl income. Beautif' lakL %ieC
L Lg. Mtla;er tuite LJ oads f coseljt Ct [.~an ..frt It cairs A v...nderful Itadtn
crcd parking Nct carpd Wel m.an- t. or an ,fflice sf.a'sdon reul ocr bisio,
. :iieeI peacfdllI comple s ri th low r turat or tenanLs in place may renei ii desired
-. fee .l tI6o 9sjl only $559,900
f le,,in CI.i n 1, This spacious 9 UIs 4L3 7 q I. I Lutrn
34 pool lianme is centrally located homn is I cled oi Lake Minuehaha
on 2 2i fenedigated acres. The 2 (Clermontrhainl ars N Ienreroldmin
Some feturne two master suites, 20I the homre features an'od loors,
hu ngr at room, open kitchen/din- C uWustom tile, grnite oumenr, built-
ing, sree lhnai. and wood floors. In ent enLumnntri ntl. act barn and
Tn.,r lA rIached garage plus two .' tife Fieplae tus r l..ralard Lind
car delachet garagelworkshop and I orne Panorami: re. 'le -at open
han aith hor'.e paddocks. Grace- Nfloor lan mnad for enlailng
fd Oaks shade the property which L m ..a] I. arne, pl mfecwionally landscaped lot
is close to schools, shopping, rail trail and Clermont boat ramp. Easy Orlando with 87 ft of lakefront and boat dock. Piced to sell at$879,900.
commute. Priced to sell at $469,900.
Beautifully appointed 4/3 with cus- T 1is qaii cudi rloru 3;2 b; ni has
tom addition includes 2 Ig. master panoramic marsh ,ietls. Ihe h ome
suites. Fonnal living/dining area, lg. frturcs Ig master sule and open
kitchen with upgraded appliances great room., screen lanail lft oftihcc
open to spaious (aalI ream & aren. & alinmshed bonus room l(for
hrraklastnook reaturesinclude cus. possible 4th BRI Extras iuclude
tomn ood floors, built-ms and bench wood floors. custom cabinet;,& stone
door. Larg erms purLh and patn o firepla e 1- Oal.s grace thr 85 dry
Ose Oezred lot with cristom landcape arrs 140 acres ltoalb that are set up
.. and podlrciuig citnrs Great fail into Ienced pastures suniroundnz the
home con enlentld In aed near all schools and services. 'onmmmunit pn l and home. A 36x48 seven small barn wccntcr isle including water &dctric. Private
recreation. Priced to sell it $369,900. location surrounded by million dollar homes. Offered at $659,000.
525 Minneola Ave. Clermont listed $339,500 Sold $335,000..: 15838 Golden Club $289,900, Pending in 40 days..., 13350 Sugarloaf Ct. $459,900, Pending in 90
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324 Hormigas St 4/2/2 pool home in desirable Ocoee Minutes to the 408, 429 and
Turnpike. 1710 square feet Eat in kitchen. All appliances stay. Family room. Large lanai:
Extra large 22 x24.garage. Beautiful pavers at entrance and on back deck. New Trane
a/c in 2005. New laminate flooring. New tile in baths Roof new in 2004 New windows
New diamond bright pool finish.
Pre-approved buyers call to schedule showing 407.287.4376:


WINDERMERE
Pond frontage Summerport to"n-
home %w ith over 1500 square feet of
living space. The home features 3
bedrooms 2.5 baths w ith the Mas-
ter downstairs and a 2 car garage.
$298,500.00. MLS# 04649797


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This Lake Co. waterfront lot measures
oter 3/4 of an Acre Located in the ex-
clusi\e Lakes& Sprngscommunmt along
Lake Harris. MIust build a min. 2800
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