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Day of Giving
at Maxey center
The 3rd Aninual Day of Giving
event will provide valuable re-
sources to residents at the Max-
ey Community Center in Win-
ter Garden this Saturday, May
20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Free haircuts, health and com-
munity resources, screenings,
clothing and non-perishable food
items will be available. There
will also be face painting, a
bounce house and give-aways.
The center is at 830 Klondike
Street in Winter Garden. The
event is open to the public and is
sponsored by the Rev. Willie and
Mary Barnes with the Interna-
tional Church of Faith, Orange
County Community Action Di-
vision and the county's District
1 commissioner, Teresa Jacobs.
For more information, call
Debbie Belanoff at 407-836-
7178.

Heritage Museum
is turning 8
The Winter Garden Heritage
Museum turns 8 this week, and
a celebration was set for this
Wednesday, May 17, at 1 p.m.
The community has been invit-
ed 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 Foun-
dation, call 407-656-3244.

Brentwood area
meeting in Ocoee
The city of Ocoee will host a
meeting at City Hall for all res-
idents living in the Brentwood
area on Monday, May 22, at 6
p.m.Under discussion will be
roads, landscaping, grants, traf-
fic calming and forming a home
owners' association.

Nehrling Society
plans annual meeting
The Henry Nehrling Society
has scheduled its annual meet-
ing for Monday, May 22, be-
ginning at 6:30 p.m. at Camp
Ithiel in Gotha. The meeting will
include an update on the soci-
ety's project to preserve Henry
Nehrling's-former property and
residence in Gotha, and Dr. Mar-
tin Quigley, director of the Uni-
versity of-Central Florida ar-
bretumwill be the guest speak-
Ser.
S-For more information, call
INehrling Society President An-
gela Withers at 407-876-9992.
Camp Ithiel is located at 2037
Hempel Ave. in Gotha.

Free food distribution
for the needy set
West Orlando Baptist Church
will distribute free food for the
needy this Saturday, May 20,
from noon to 2 p.m. This distri-
bution is done in conjunction
with Bread of Life Ministries.
The church is located at 1006
E. Crown Point Road in Ocoee.

Harmonica players
getting together
If you play harmonica or
would like to play, a group is
meeting Fridays, May 26 and
June 2, at 7 p.m. at the Garden
Music Center on Main Street in
Winter Garden.
Players should bring their "C"
harmonica or their Chromatic
and be ready to jam. For more
information, call Jerry Carris at
407-656-1882.

Retirement party
Being planned
Windermere Elementary
School will bid farewell to
Sharon Turk, who is retiring af-
ter 22 years of teaching children
at the school. A group of facul-
ty members are organizing a re-
ception for Turk this Sunday,
May 21, from 2-4 p.m. in Win-
dermere.
The staff will greatly miss
Turk but is excited for her as she
opens a new chapter in her life
with her husband and daughters.
For more information on the
reception, call 407-876-2707 or
407-366-4705.


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Nursing home sweet nursing home
The Park is putting more emphasis on creating a homelike atmosphere


By Amy Quesinberry

Residents are already talking about
the meals they want to cook for their
families in the new kitchen coming to
Health Central Park.
Doris Arnold's son and daughter-
in-law routinely take her out for din-
ner at local restaurants, and she's ready
to show her appreciation with a home-
cooked meal for them.
This kitchen is just one of the many
innovative changes taking place at
HCP on North Dillard Street in Win-
ter Garden.
There's more in store for the Park,
which has adopted a Culture Change
Program that helps "deinstitutional-
ize" nursing homes and "move from
the traditional nursing home to more
of a home" for the residents, said Julie
D. Morris, Continuing Care liaison
for community relations. It is part of
the Florida Pioneer Network.
HCP no longer refers to the resi-
dents' room halls as wings or units.
They are neighborhoods, and the
names were chosen by the residents
who live there.
A number of veterans live on Pa-
triot Circle. The secured dementia unit
is called Circle of Friends. The short-
term rehabilitation unit, where resi-
dents are called guests because they
are only visiting, has been named Gar-
den Terrace. And there's also Paradise
Lane and the Rose Garden.
Each neighborhood schedules block
parties, where residents, family mem-
bers and staff members bring in food,
games and music.
And there are the big monthly
theme parties held for everyone at
HCP; residents select the menu and
the theme. Imagine an auditorium full
of geriatric bobby-soxers dancing to
'50s music while "Elvis" gyrates
around the room. Or a hoedown with
country-and-western singers and ap-
propriate chow.
On Garden Terrace, residents re-
quested a spa, so that is what they got.
The calming retreat has aromatherapy,
lower lighting and spa towels.
There's a lot of family involvement
in the Rose Garden. Residents have
fixed Southern and Italian meals and,
most recently, a Caribbean spread.
A Red Hat Society meets each
month at HCP, and the members call
their chapter the Park Red Hat An-
gels. They only made a few requests:
tea and desserts and "no men."
To be fair, HCP is starting up a
men's lunch group.
"People come here to keep living
their.life; they don't come here to die,"
Morris said.
CCrrent movies such as Walk the
Line and Dreamer are shown at HCP's
"drive-in." In the.auditorium, a screen
drops down from the ceiling, Surround
Sound kicks up the volume and


Photo by Judy L. Skilton
Rubye Waters helps hull strawberries for the homemade jam she and
other residents make at Health Central Park.


Photo by Esther Ruiz
Marie Davis and Mary Worton work'on a section of a quilt.


movie-goers can enjoy lunch and the-
ater munchies.
Residents are allowed small pets,
too, provided they are able to take care
of them. Visitors can hear chirping
birds as they walk the HCP neigh-
borhoods, including Miriam Dagle's
two, Timmy and Tilly, and their two


babies. Christopher the cat rooms with
Ellen Mooney but is often seen check-
ing out his neighbors. Felines Cheerio,
Oreo, Bonkers and Princess live at the
nursing home, too, as do rabbits, fish
and turtles.

(See Nursing home, 2A)


Outdated procedures,
vague codes, an incorrectly
worded ordinance, an
over-involved council and
a 28-item project list
overwhelms small town.

By Kathy Aber


Windermere's Town Council is try-
ing to play catch up but continues to
spin its wheels when it comes to de-
velopment issues.
For the past two months, the coun-
cil has been attempting to correct an
error in the town's PUD ordinance
adopted in September 2004.
At three consecutive meetings and
a workshop, the council has discussed
and rediscussed how to and
whether it should amend its PUD
ordinance to refer to design guidelines
adopted in July 2004 instead of fol-
lowing of the ordinance's current lan-
guage which refers to guidelines
adopted in March 2004.
Finally, at last week's meeting, the
council voted 3-2 to have Town At-
torney Cliff Shepard amend the ordi-
nance to incorporate the July 2004
guidelines. Council Members
Genevieve Potthast and Jennifer Rop-
er cast the dissenting votes.
After consulting with Long-Range


Planning Chairman John Fitzgibbon,
who was involved in drafting the
guidelines almost two years ago, there
was general consensus that the mis-
take was a "scribner's error."
Before voting, the council also
elicited verbal agreement from Kevin
Azzouz, principal with Kosta Hold-
ings, who has submitted a develop-
ment plan under the PUD ordinance.
His plans are based on the July guide-
lines because town staff provided him
with those standards before anyone
realized the mistake in the ordinance.'
SThe revision of this ordinance will
still take approximately 60 days be-
cause it is subject to a first reading in
June and a second reading and public
hearing in July before it is formally
adopted.
For the second straight meeting, the
council discussed a resolution pre-
sented by Mayor Gary Bruhn to pur-
sue historic status for the Windermere
Union Church chapel. Bruhn initially
brought up the concept at the meet-
ing April 11, but after objections from
Azzouz, the building owner, the mat-
ter was tabled.
This month, the mayor reworded
the resolution to reflect the town
would seek state assistance to deter-
mine if the building is eligible for
grants to preserve the property. Az-
zouz restated his objection to the ef-
fort, and none of the council members
chose to remove the resolution from the


table.
To add to this backlog of work, last
week's council meeting listed 26 items
on the "Other Business" agenda. Eight
of the items had been carried over
from the nearly five-hour council
meeting on April 11, which contin-
ued until almost midnight.
When the May meeting ended at
approximately 11:15 p.m., 16 items
of other business had not been dis-
cussed. Six of the items originated in
April and will be carried over with the
other 10 to a special meeting scheduled
for next Tuesday, May 23, beginning
at 7 p.m. The mayor stated that next
week's agenda would include no new
items.
Two of the continued items deal
with preparation of the agenda.
Potthast asked that a place on the
agenda be reserved for topics gener-
ated at council workshops. In addi-
tion, during her liaison report, Pot-
thast asked for a workshop to discuss
how the order of agenda items is de-
termined. Town Manager Cecilia
Bernier prepares the agenda that con-
sists of topics submitted by the coun-
cil members, as well as by the town
manager.
Potthast asked Bernier to explain
why items carried over from the pre-
ceding month were placed toward the
end of the agenda the following

(See Windermere, 8A)


WG city commissioner

to retain office despite

leaving Central Florida


Carol Nichols of
District 4 rescinded
her resignation after
learning she could
not help choose a
successor.

By Michael Laval

Winter Garden's District 4 res-
idents could soon be represented
by a City Commissioner living
250 miles away.
Commissioner Carol Nichols,
who submitted a resignation let-
ter two weeks ago saying she
would leave office as of May 12,
surprised many at last Thursday's
meeting by announcing she in-
tended to hold onto her seat even
though she will be leaving Win-
ter Garden.
Nichols said she has accepted a
job promotion that requires relo-
cating to Tallahassee.
"You don't have to live in town
to serve," Nichols said at the
meeting. "I will continue as com-
missioner until I get word other-
wise."
City Manager Michael Boll-
hoefer confirmed that while the
City Charter requires election can-
didates to be residents of Winter
Garden for at least two years, it
doesn't say anything about resi-
dency requirements for commis-
sioners after they take office.
Nichols, who told The West Or-
ange Times last Friday she plans
to leave within the next few
weeks, said she doesn't see any-
thing wrong with a city commis-
sioner living so far away.
"Our legislature lives in Talla-
hassee and still represents the cit-
izens," she said. "If it becomes an
issue, I'll remove myself from my
seat."
Nichols added she would stay in
touch by telephone and by visit-
ing Winter Garden once a month.
She initially attempted at last
Thursday's meeting to rescind her
resignation pending the appoint-
ment of a replacement. This
would have given her a say in
choosing the next District 4 com-
missioner.
Interim City Attorney Drew
Smith said, however, that making
an appointment or holding an
election for an office.that has not
yet been vacated would violate
the City Charter.
Once a seat is open, the re-
maining elected officials have 15
days to agree upon a replacement.
If they fail to do so, the job falls
to Gov. Jeb Bush.
Upon learning she could not
vote for her successor, Nichols
declared she would simply with-
draw her resignation altogether.
Even though the City Charter does
not specifically prohibit Nichols
from remaining on the commis-
sion after leaving the city, Boll-
hoefer said Smith would need to
examine the situation further.
Meanwhile, some of Nichols'
constituents have since said they
do not like the idea of having an
absentee elected official.
"I think District 4 is very dis-
appointed," Colin Sharman, a Dis-
trict 4 resident and former mayoral
candidate, told the Times last Fri-
day. "There is no way we want
someone living out of Winter Gar-
den as our commissioner. It's bad
enough that she lives out of the
district."
Sharman, who has made it clear
he wants to be the next District 4
commissioner, said he thinks


Nichols will not be accessible to
the people once she leaves.
In another matter, the City
Commission discussed how to
move forward after the departure
of former City Attorney Gerry
Clark.
The debate centered on whether
Winter Garden would be best
served by a full-time city attor-
ney who would report each day
to City Hall or by a law firm.
Kurt Ardaman, a former Win-
ter Garden city attorney who is a
partner with an Orlando firm, of-
fered his services to the commis-
sion in person last Thursday. He
said he could serve as an outside
contractor for the city, as he did be-
fore, plus work at City Hall one to
two days a week.
Ardaman added that during his.
previous tenure as city attorney, he
determined it would not be cost
efficient for a city of Winter Gar-
den's size to have a full-time
lawyer on staff.
"I don't think you'll save mon-
ey," he said. "The only city I
know of in Central Florida with
full-time legal counsel is Orlando."
Commissioners Mildred Dixon
and Gerald Jowers both praised
Ardaman and argued against hir-
ing another full-time city attor-
ney.
"I feel right now it would be
premature," Jowers said.
While Bollhoefer said he liked
having an attorney at City Hall
every day, he added that he and
his staff are torn over which op-
tion is better.
"The biggest downside is that if
a new full-time attorney leaves,
then the process starts all over
again," he said. "Whereas with a
firm, you have constant repre-
sentation."
A search for another full-time
lawyer, Bollhoefer added, could
take another six months.
The commissioners voted 4-1,
with Nichols casting the dissent-
ing vote, to instruct Bollhoefer to
study the matter further and re-
port on his finding at a future
meeting.
In other business, the elected
officials:
voted unanimously to fill two
vacancies and one pending va-
cancy on the city's Community
Redevelopment Agency Adviso-
ry Board. Charlie Roper was re-
appointed to serve another three-
year term, while John Kirby will
replace Jerry Baker, who resigned
from the board. The commis-
sioners chose Bert Valdes to fill the
seat soon to be left by Hank Sines.
passed a resolution amending
the establishment of the city's
Charter Review Committee to
provide methods for filling va-
cancies and replacing committee
members. With the changes made
at last Thursday's meeting, a com-
mittee member may be removed
by his or her appointing City
Commissioner or their successor,
with or without cause.
donated $1,000 to the Beth-
lehem Missionary Baptist
Church's drill team, which will
participate June 19-23 in the Na-
tional Baptist Convention of
America in Nashville, Tenn.
authorized Police Chief
George Brennan to spend $14,965
for summer youth programs, $500
for Mothers Against Drunk Driv-
ing and $500 for the FBI Nation-
al Academy Associates annual
training conference. All the ex-
penditures came from the state
law enforcement trust fund.


Ocoee High to bury time capsule
Friday to mark end of first year


Ocoee High has been collecting
memorabilia to put into a time cap-
sule that will be buried this Friday,
May 19, at 3 p.m. in the school court-
yard to celebrate the completion of
OHS's first year.
Principal Mike Armbruster told The
West Orange Times that the capsule
will contain such items as copies of
documents relating to the inception
of the school from the city of Ocoee,
photos of the construction process,
copies of the Times featuring Ocoee
High, a new yearbook and one from the


old Ocoee High School, a 2006 class
ring, prom tickets, first-aid supplies
from the school clinic, an Ocoee to0
bag, programs from the inaugural
sports seasons, a coffee mug and wr-
ings and reminiscences by stude:s
and adults.
"There is still a lot of space, ancve
encourage anyone with any CIS
memorabilia to share what they ye,
both from this school and the gi- .
nal," said Armbruster.
The community is invited the
time-capsule burial this Friday


Windermere Town Council


discusses much, decides little






2A The-West Orange Times Thursday, May 18, 2006


Obituaries


LESTER ALFRED ANDERSON, 94,
Winter Garden, died May 8. He was
a millwright. He was born in Kent City,
Mich. Survivors: son, Fred (and Ani-
ta), Bonita Springs; grandson, Robert
(and Sheila) Anderson, St. Simons Is-
land, Ga.; granddaughter, Karen An-
derson, Miami Beach. Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Gar-
den.
CHARLES O. APPLYING JR., 66,
.Ocoee, died May 8. He was born in
1940 in Knoxville, Tenn. He was a
Member of First Baptist Church of
SCentral Florida and served in the U.S.
Army. Survivors: wife, Anna; daugh-
ters, Debra, Donna, Connie, Sandra;
sister, Irene Stanton; brother, Wayne;
.5 grandchildren. Woodlawn Memori-
al Park & Funeral Home, Gotha.
LENETTE ARTWELL, 44, Gotha, died
May 9. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral
Home, Apopka.
LILLIAN DAVIDSON CLAGHORN,
:92, Winter Garden, died Thursday,
May 11, after a brief illness. She was
a homemaker. Born in Nipawa, On-
tario, Canada, in 1913, she was a res-
ident of St. Petersburg for 46 years
:before moving to Central Florida in
-1998. She attended Beulah Baptist
Church. She was preceded in death
by a son, Loyd. Survivors: son, Byron
.(and Cindy), Winter Garden; grand-
'daughter, Corie, Texas; grandson,
Scott (and Ryan), Columbia, S.C.;
:stepgrandsons, John (and Jennie)
,Bennett, Clermont, Jeff (and Katie)


Nursing home
Three men Jack Knapp, Mike
Riley and Richard "Woody"
Woodring have operated the Eats
:& Treats Copntry Store for three
'years. It started as a roaming cart but
Shas grown to an alcove on Patriot Cir-
'cle.
A 16-passenger bus purchased
*through community funds takes
Groups out for Sunday drives and trips
'to the Wal-Mart SuperCenter in
Ocoee. They buy the typical basic ne-
Scessities, Morris said, but on a recent
'trip, one man's shopping list includ-
:ed shrimp and cocktail sauce.
SHCP is about to embark on a major
*renovation project in the recreation
*room to create a more homey atmo-
sphere. While the cost is still being
figured, it is estimated the work could
Reach $30,000.
SThis room is the social hub of the
:Park, where residents, usually the
'women, Morris said, can "start chat-
* ting about what's important to them"
or take part in group activities, such as
:quilting or hulling strawberries for
their homemade jam.
Some residents like to cook in the
little kitchen but find it difficultto
maneuver around.
Grants from the West Orange Ju-
nior Service League and the Central
:Florida Women's League plus
funds raised internally and from small-
Ser donations will help change that.
A redesigned kitchen with new ap-
pliances, new cabinets, a lower win-
:dow seat and lower countertops will
enhance the setting for residents and
Sallow them to cook for or with -
Itheir families.
For many residents, resources are
limited when it comes to doing things
-for their family. This imbalance in-
creases when family members rou-
tinely bring them gifts and food. The:
new kitchen will allow the family unit
to come together for a few hours rem-
iniscent of moments shared in earlier
stages of their life. They can reserve
the dining room for the sit-down meal
and then retreat to the living room to


Bennett, Fort Smith, Ark.; 8 great-
grandchildren. Memorial donations
can be made to Beulah Baptist Church
Building Fund. A memorial service will
be held at a later date. Collison Carey
Hand Funeral Home, Winter Garden.
GEORGE F. DAY, 65, Winter Garden,
died May 9. Survivors: wife, Carol
Joan; children, Bradley J. Burt, Port
St. Lucie, Dena Lomax, Shelby, Ohio;
grandchildren, Christian, David,
Samantha. A memorial service is set
for Sunday, May 21, at 3:30 p.m. at
Woodlands Lutheran Church,
SMontverde.
ANNIE "JEWELL" GORDON, 63,
Mount Dora, died May 9. Survivors:
mother, Donise Holiday, Cretview;
sons, Johnny Brewer, Chris, both of
Zellwood; sisters, Mary Brewer,
Umatilla, Jean Ward, Donna Ward,
Carolyn Ward, all of Crestview; broth-
ers, Charles Broxton, Coy Broxton,
both of Zellwood, Carl Broxton, Ocoee;
4 grandchildren. Loomis Family Fu-
neral Home, Apopka.
ROGER P. JOSLYN SR, 67, Ocoee,
died May 9. A Community Funeral
Home & Sunset Cremations, Down-
town Chapel, Orlando.
PATRICK DENE LOUCKS, 55, Mari-
etta, Ga., died Wednesday, May 10. He
was owner/operator of Thacker and
Loucks Inc. He was in the banking in-
dustry for 30 years in Orlando and At-
lanta. Survivors: wife, Jennifer B.
Loucks, Marietta; son, C. Tyler, Or-


lando; daughter, Ashlie M., Orlando;
mother, Elsie M., Orlando; brothers,
Michael, Timothy, both of Orlando; sis-
ter, Cheryl Starr, Savannah, Ga.; 1
granddaughter. Memorial contributions
can be made to the National Resource
Center for the Prevention of Suicide,
348 Mt. Vernon Highway NE, Atlanta,
GA 30328.Carmichael Funeral Home,
-Marietta.

MALCEY ELIZABETH LOVE, 79,
Ocoee, died Saturday, May 13. She
was a homemaker. She was born in
Toombs, Ga. She was a member of
Church of God of Prophecy, Ocoee.
Survivors: sons, Winston D., Uvalda,
Ga., Virgil C., Winter Garden, Ronald,
Ocoee; daughters, Linda L. Thomp-
son, Joyce L. Hall, both of Ocoee; sis-
ter, Gertrude Murrary, Johnson Cor-
ners, G.; 10 grandchildren; 17 great-
grandchildren; 1 great-great-grand-
child. Collison Carey Hand Funeral
Home, Ocoee.

JOHN ALLEN MITCHELL JR., 29,
Winter Garden, died May 5. He was
also known as J.J. and Junior and was
employed at Skip's Western Wear for
10 years. Survivors: mother, Jonore;
brothers, Robert (and RoseMarie)
Varnes,.Winter Garden, Jerry (and De-
bra) Varnes, Ohio; sisters, Becky (and
Dwight) Finney, Idaho, Julie (and
Dedric) Davis, North Carolina; 10
nieces and nephews; uncle, Daryl Van
Bogart. Dobbs Funeral Home, Orlan-
do.


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chat, play board games or watch some
television together.
Arnold is looking forward to this.
"This is one thing she can do for
them," Judy L. Skilton, director of
recreation therapy and volunteer ser-
vices, said of the resident and her fam-
ily.
The doors to the rec room are also
now kept open at night in case any-
one has trouble sleeping.
What do you do at home when you
can't sleep? Morris asked. You get
up, walk around, read a book, maybe
turn on the TV. Now residents will be
able to do the same.
"I can't wait to see it finished," Skil-
ton said. "I think it will make such a
difference in these residents' lives."
In the dining hall to the west, the
staff now offers two menu choices
each day. If someone doesn't like ei-
ther choice, the chef will make a spe-
cial order. Another change is the of-
fering of soup at every lunch and din-
ner.
, A carving station was set up about
two weeks ago and served ioast, and
a dessert cart makes its way around
the cafeteria. Morris said a salad bar
is being added soon.
The dining hall had some interna-
tional guests recently when a tour
group came from Japan to look at
HCP's meal program and talk to din-
ing staff to get ideas to take back to
their country. Their visit was arranged
through the Florida Healthcare Asso-
ciation.
A fact that surprises people is that
there is Happy Hour at HCP. Just be-
cause they now live in a nursing home
doesn't mean they aren't entitled to a
glass of wine or a beer, Morris justi-
fied.
And just as there are many upbeat
moments, residents occasionally have
to experience death at the Park.
"Dying is an important part of life
and should be celebrated and hon-
ored," Skilton said.
A group of Helping Hands volun-
teers approached HCP several months


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ago wanting to contribute something
to residents, and from that interest, a
memorial program was created.
Dagle, the owner of the four birds,
plays piano at the memorials. Held
every other month, the program al-
lows residents and staff members an
opportunity to celebrate the life and
grieve for the loss.
"It helps the residents to know that
the staff loved this person as much as
they did," said Morris. "It's not just car-
ing for old people. It's a family net-
work."
That family extends next door to
Dillard Street Elementary School, too,
where students in the after-school pro-
gram walk over three times a week to
talk to residents, play a game, make a
craft or sing a few songs.
Games and music played a big role
this week as the Park celebrated Na-
tional Nursing Home Week. Incorpo-
rating the theme "Legends in Our
Own Time," staff and residents have
had the opportunity to hold block par-
ties, dress as their favorite legends
and honor a legend in each neighbor-
hood. A Mother's Day tea was held
Sunday, and a housewide picnic in the
courtyard is planned for this Friday,
May 19.
Social interaction is one of the pri-
orities at HCP because of its impact on
the residents.
"Redecorating the activity room is
a step on the journey to a successful
Culture Change," Morris said. "By
doing this, we are enhancing every-
one's quality of life. Residents, fam-
ily, staff and volunteers are reaping
the benefit of this new home."


OFFICER TONY GARDNER

Officer Gardner
recognized at WGPD
The Winter Garden Police Depart-
ment has recognized Officer Anthony
"Tony" Gardner as Officer of the
Month for April. His supervisor cited
him for the following accomplishments:
During the past month Officer Gard-
ner made 13 arrests, issued 89 traffic
citations and participated in 16
RADE/ADE details all while work-
ing his assigned role as the DUI officer.
He also filled in as a district patrol of-
ficer due to minimal staffing issues.
Gardner's work performances re-
sulted in the prevention of several busi-
ness burglaries, the recovery of a stolen
vehicle before it was reported and the
arrest of the driver, and the apprehen-
sion of an armed convicted felon who
was in possession of a loaded firearm
and standing next to fellow officers one
early morning.
An April 15 noise complaint in an
apartment complex parking lot turned
into three arrests when Officer Gard-
ner checked five suspicious subjects
for active warrants. Two of the subjects
had active warrants for their arrests,
and one subject was in violation of an
active probation for sneaking out of his
house and staying out past a 7 p.m. cur-
few.
The next day, Gardner responded to
another officer's call for backup when
the officer investigated three suspicious
subjects. The three walked away from
the officer as he exited his patrol car, but
then one returned and started up a con-
versation. As the two talked, Officer
Gardner quietly walked behind the sub-
ject and saw the small end of a pistol
stick out of the subject's jacket pocket.
"Without fear for is own safety, Of-
ficer Gardner quickly grabbed the sub-
ject's jacket pocket with both hands se-
curing the firearm, as the subject fought
with both officers and tried to flee,"
reads the nomination. "The subject was
apprehended, and a fully loadedpistol
was recovered and taken out of the
hands of a violent convicted felon."
On April 20, Gardner was patrolling
West Colonial Drive when he noticed
a.suspicious vehicle parked in front of
a closed business with two people inside.
A short time later, he saw the vehicle in
front of another closed business with
one of the subjects standing at the gate
to a secured fenced-in compound. The
pair fled the area in the vehicle but were
spotted later by Gardner, who con-
ducted a traffic stop. Both subjects ran,
but the driver was apprehended. The
vehicle had just been stolen from the
Pine Hills area without the owners
knowing, and inside were several tools
used to commit burglaries.


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Armed robbery and
carjacking in Ocoee
On Thursday, May 11, at ap-
proximately 9:45 p.m., Ocoee po-
lice responded to the north park-
ing lot of the West Oaks Mall for
an armed robbery and carjacking.
Ocoee police located the Chevy
Suburban that had just been
stolen at the mall by four male ju-
veniles in the area of Silver Star
and Apopka-Vineland roads. The
carjackers used a stolen Toyota to
travel to the mall, where two of
the suspects got into the Chevy
Suburban after holding the vehi-
cle owner and another person at
gunpoint.
Ocoee police engaged in a pur-
suit to apprehend the armed sus-
pects as both the Toyota and
Chevy Suburban fled from the
area. The Chevy crashed into a
lamppost in the front yard of a res-
idence at Powers Drive and Indi-
an Hill Road, where one suspect
fled on foot, and the other jumped
into the Toyota with his compan-
ions.
The Orange County Sheriff's
Office joined in the vehicle ap-
prehension, and officers were led
on a chase that resulted in the
stolen Toyota crashing near the
intersection of Overland and Pine
Hills roads.
The suspects bailed out and
tried to flee on foot but were im-
mediately engaged by Ocoee and
Orange County K-9 units. One
suspect attempted to elude police
in a resident's backyard, and two
pit bulls bit him moments before
police caught up with him and ar-
rested him; All three suspects who
were in the Toyota were appre-
hended and treated for minor in-
juries.
Two 16-year-olds and a 15-
year-old were arrested on a vari-
ety of charges, including armed
robbery, carjacking, aggravated
fleeing and resisting arrest. Other
Charges are possible.
The fourth suspect is expected
to bein custody soon.

Ocoee police report
The Ocoee Police Department
reported 758 calls for service May
5-11.
26 Arrests-13 adult males, 3
adult females, 6 juvenile males, 4
juvenile female.
False alarms-29
Assault/battery-5
Burglary, residential & busi-
ness-4
Burglary, vehicle-5
Child abuse-3
Criminal mischief-10
Drug violations-5
DUI-5
Robbery-3
Sexual assault/battery-0
Thefts-21
Vehicle accidents-37
Vehicle thefts-5 '
Abduction (committed/at-
tempted)-0


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SAlarms, total--46
Death/suicide/traffic homi-
cide-1
Disturbances-147
Missing/runaway adults-1
Missing/runaway juvenile-4.

Ocoee police report
The Ocoee Police Department
reported 758 calls for service May
5-11.
26 Arrests-13 adult males, 3
adult females, 6 juvenile males, 4
juvenile female.
False alarms-29
Assault/battery-5
Burglary, residential & busi-
ness-4
Burglary, vehicle-5
Child abuse-3
Criminal mischief-10
Drug violations-5
DUI-5
Robbery-3
Sexual assault/battery-0
Thefts-21
Vehicle accidents-37
Vehicle thefts-5
Alarms, total-46
Death/suicide/traffic homi-
cide-1
Disturbances-147
Missing/runaway adults-1
Missing/runaway juvenile-4.

Windermere police
report for April
The Windermere Police De-
partment reported 871 calls for
service from April 1 through 30
as well as:
Incident reports 29
Traffic Stops 296
Citations 199
Courtesy notices 143
Business checks 40 per night
Alarms 49
Assistance to public 380
Accidents 9
Arrests 14
Field interrogation reports 2
Parking tickets 1
The 14 arrests resulted in 25
charges, including the following:
DUI, driving with license sus-
pended, warrant, no valid driver's
license, possession of cannabis,
trespass on designated construc-
tion site, driving while license re-
voked as habitual offender, false
name/false identification, ob-
struction by disguised person, pos-
session of cocaine and possession
of drug paraphernalia.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire De-
partment responded to 51 calls for
assistance from May 7-13:
Fires-2
Emergency medical calls-31
Auto accidents-5
Automatic fire alarms-2
Public assist-3
Hazardous conditions-4
Miscellaneous-4.


Mama,

We miss you so so much.
We miss you at family
gatherings, we miss you on
your birthday, we miss you
on ours. We miss you on
holidays.
We miss you all the'time.
We miss your voice, on the
phone line, we miss your arms
around us, we miss you all the
time...and until we get to
heaven We'll keep your heart
of love in ours.
Memories of your love and
our times together will never
be erased from our hearts.
Love to you on Mother's Day
and your birthday.

Your daughters Jeanne, Char-
lene, Sherry and family.


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Tougher school attendance measures to become law


Olympia seniors' last day
On Wednesday, May 10, seniors at Olympia High School walked out for the last time through hundreds of
silver-and-black balloons and to the sounds of the Olympia drum line and streamer cannons shooting thou-
sands of streamers overhead.


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Jim Thomas (middle) accepts the 'Champions of Sustainability' Award for Friends of Lake Apopka as Steve
Miller (left) and Kevin Walsh look on.
Friends of Lake Apopka receives 'Champions of Sustainability' Award
Healthy Community Initiative cisions and actions are based on the elude Ken Bosserman for his work in
(HCI), an agency whose main goal is knowledge that all actions are linked founding Friends of the Econ; Lisa
to increase public awareness and pub- together and that what happens now and Bruce Merlin, the Lisa Merlin
lic will to effect the long-term trends impacts the future. House; Harris Rosen, founder of the
that will create our future, has award- The HCI selection committee felt Harris Rosen Foundation; Communi-
ed the "Champions of Sustainability" that since FOLA began in 1991, it has ty Foundation of Central Florida;
to the Friends of Lake Apopka had a passion for the restoration of Florida on the Move; Mayor Richard
(FOLA).,The award was presented at Lake Apopka. It has been steady and Crotty; and Cameron Kuhn for his
a recent event hosted b the firm of articulate with a common voice of rea- work with Orlando's "City Beauti-
Miller, Sellen, Conner andiWalsh in son. Because of that voice, Lake ful."
Orlando. Apopka will eventually be restored to A special award went to Jacob .Stu-
The HCT define's sustainabilityt" as a jewel of the Central Florida envi- art, president of Orlando Regional
progressing the economy,-society and ronment. FOLA is a Champion of Sus- Chamber of Commerce as the 2006
well-being of individuals collectively tainability because all of its efforts are Legacy Champion of Sustainability.
to meet the needs today without com- dedicated to restoring and protecting The awards event premieres on Or-
,promising the ability to meet the needs Lake Apopka. ange TV, so' check local listings for
of future generations. Sustainable de- Other recipients of the award in- air times.


W.G. e-mail newsletter
To receive a free monthly informa-
tional e-newsletter from the Winter Gar-,
den Recreation Department. residents,
can register their e-mail addresses at
the cir's W\eb site at w\ c\ c\\gdn corn.
SCall the rec office at 407-656-4155 for'
more information.

Support theater
renovation process
' The Winter Giuden Hertage Foun-'
dation is restoring the old (1935) movie
theater at 160 W. Plant St. A capital
campaign has been established, and do-
nations are being accepted. Donor cards
are available at the Winter Garden His-


tory Center, 32 W. Plant St. For more
information, call 407-656-3244.

Visit downtown
W.G. museums
Downto\ n Winter Garden has sev-
eral museums honoring the city's his-
tory. The Winter Garden Heritage Mu-
seum is at 1 N. Main St. There is no
admission. For information or to ched-
ule a tour for large groups, call 407-
656-5544. The Winter Garden Histo-
ry Center is downtown on West Plant
Street. For information, call 407-65.6
3244. The Central Florida Railroad Mu-
seum is at 101 S. Boyd St.
For information,, call 407-656-0559.


A bill recently passed by the Flori-
da Legislature will toughen school at-
tendance laws. The action was pushed
for by Orange County School Board
Member Jim Martin, who was chair of
the board's school attendance com-
mittee.
The measure will allow school
boards to develop policies to crack
down on truancy, as well as unex-
cused absences. Under the tougher at-

OCPS superintendent
requires healthy
alternatives
Orange County Public Schools
Superintendent Ronald Blocker an-
nounced Tuesday that he has in-
structed his staff to eliminate the
sale of carbonated drinks in school
vending machines and replace them
with healthier alternatives. District
staff are about to begin renegotia-
tions of beverage machine contracts
with Coca-Cola and Pepsi distribu-
tors in the next few weeks.
The move to change out beverage
machine carbonated drinks follows
through on a successful pilot pro-
gram at two area high schools. Free-
dom and Timber Creek high schools
switched to juices, water and sports
drinks in 2004-05, where a wide ma-
jority of students gave feedback that
the changes were positive. Healthy
snacks were also substituted for
those with unacceptable nutrition-
al ingredients.
Blocker said: "We are at a critical
crossroad for the future, and the path
we take at this time will have long-
term implications on the quality of
school nutrition services. The path
of making drinks, meals and snacks
appealing and nourishing reflects
our core beliefs about child health,
well-being and education."
The superintendent's direction in
drink machine negotiations com-
plements the recent federal initia-
tive regarding soft drinks. Chief Op-
erating Officer Nick Gledich and
Food Services Director Lora Gilbert
have been overseeing the move to-
ward more nutritious and healthy
options in snack and beverage ma-
chines in county public schools.
A committee of school principals
and other'district stakeholders are
scheduled to meet and determine
new guidelines for vended bever-
ages. The guidelines will be re-
viewed by registered dieticians and
practicing physicians in the com-
munity prior to the contract negoti-
ations. The expectation is that the
drink guidelines will exceed most
national standards.
Research validates the positive
impact that good nutrition has on
health and learning. School break-
fast and lunch menus are also un-
der examination. Elementary
schools have well-balanced meal
service. Pilot programs in some sec-
ondary schools have reduced the
number of times french fries are on
the menu, while all schools are now
offering salads and fruit as a food
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have reached the age of 16 and have
not graduated are subject to compul-
sory school attendance under certain
circumstances.
The legislation that is awaiting the
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Memorial Day
collection schedule
There will be no garbage or
recycling collection service in
unincorporated Orange Coun-
ty on Monday, May 29.
If Monday is your garbage,
collection day, garbage will
be collected on the following
Thursday. If Monday is your
recycling collection day, re-
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This law will be a great tool to crack-
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Opinion


In our opinion

Editorials


Nichols should do the right thing: walk away


In a move that will surely make Winter Gar-
den's District 4 residents feel further alienat-
ed, City Commissioner Carol Nichols decid-
ed to rescind her resignation from office de-
spite the fact she is moving to Tallahassee in
the coming weeks.
The District 4 commissioner clung to a loop-
hole in the city's badly outdated charter at
last Thursday's meeting when she argued there
is nothing wrong with an elected official re-
siding outside the city. Unfortunately for Dis-
trict 4 residents, we're not talking about a
commissioner moving just outside the city
limits to Ocoee or Oakland.
The charter only specifies a two-year city
residency requirement for candidates running
for office. While there's no doubt the City
Charter is in desperate need of changes, who
would have ever thought a city commission-
i er would have the nerve to set up office 250
miles away?
Nichols said she decided to rescind her res-
ignation upon learning at the meeting she
would not be allowed to vote on appointing her
; successor. Nichols would not reveal for whom
Sshe felt it so important to vote that she refused
to walk away from office.
Perhaps it's no coincidence that defeated
mayoral candidate Rod Reynolds, also a for-
mer Nichols ally on the commission, was seen
slipping out the doors at Tanner Hall as soon
as Winter Garden's interim city attorney in-
formed Nichols she could not participate in
choosing a replacement. Did Nichols have a
plan to somehow get her fellow Guetzloe dis-
ciple back on the commission?
Whatever Nichols' motivation is, her ac-
tions are now hurting District 4. Its residents,
who are mostly newcomers to Winter Gar-
den, live in subdivisions that are dislocated
from the city's traditional boundaries. That


district elected a commissioner last year who
campaigned primarily on saving Trailer City,
and now, only halfway through her term, she
has left her constituents out in the cold and
seemingly further disconnected from city gov-
ernment.
Nichols said she can govern afar from Tal-
lahassee as if she were a state legislator and
said she plans to visit Winter Garden once a
month. Well, local residents already have
elected officials representing them at the state
capital. Is District 4 a part of the city of Win-
ter Garden, or does it exist as an unincorpo-
rated suburb not worthy of any municipal rep-
resentation?
Who is Nichols serving by taking her City
Commission seat with her to Tallahassee?
Unlike Winter Garden's March 2005 polit-
ical standoff that resulted in Gov. Jeb Bush
appointing Reynolds to fill a vacated District
1 office, today's City Commission does not ap-
pear to be split into two distinctive factions and
should have no problem agreeing upon a qual-
ified replacement for Nichols.
Since taking office, Nichols' tenure has been
tarnished by her association with political out-
siders. If she goes forward with this selfish
political stunt, Nichols will prove she has no
regard for either her reputation in Winter Gar-
den or for the welfare of her constituents.
In the weeks since enduring the city's most
heated election in recent history, the consen-
sus desire among Winter Garden residents has
been for a reconciliation of political foes for
the good of the city. Rather than bringing the
community together, Nichols is isolating cit-
izens and renewing public unrest.
If Nichols plans to relocate 250 miles from
Winter Garden, the only honorable choice she
can make regarding her elected office is to
simply walk away.


Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


WGHF members glad school name not changed
Editor: strongly written letter from Foundation President Ward
Britt.
The Winter Garden Heritage Foundation would like After much more discussion than most thought the
to sincerely thank the Orange County School Board for topic would garner, the motion was denied.
making the decision, unanimously, to not rename Winter Garden is, and always will remain, proud of
Tildenville Elementary School. our Tildenville neighbor,


A delegation, led by Heritage board member Bea
Deariso and Tildenville alumni June Hall and Glenda
Loew, attended last month's School Board meeting
to speak against the change;' with Deariso reading a


Julie Jackson Butler
Administrator
Winter Garden Heritage Foundation


By Amy Quesinberry

Three bouncy balls and a lead sinker. A handful of Star-
burst candy wrappers. Dollars and coins. A frog eraser.
Rocks. Mulch.
I have washed many things besides clothes and linens,
thanks to my 6-year-old son. Adam is the king of all col-
lectors in the kindergarten age group, and he marvels at
each of his finds. He was recently on a quest to find "the
perfect piece of mulch," and he has a toy dump truck full
of his treasures from playgrounds and parks. His prized piece
- which is kept on his nightstand and obviously ranks
higher than a dump truck resembles an oversized nee-
dle with a point at one end and a perfect hole at the oth-
er. Even I was impressed with this find.
I have yet to wash anything that is, or was, alive.
Yes, I know what you're thinking: "Why don't you just
check the pockets beforehand?"
Well, I'll give you a couple of excuses er, reasons -
and you can pick the one you like best.
In an attempt to teach my kids to be responsible with their
money, I have announced that anything left in the pock-
ets becomes mine. But I can't find a single thing to do
with a movie-ticket stub, two raffle ticket stubs, a fist full
of acorns and a little blue racecar missing its back wheels.
And, mind you, the pockets on a 6-year-old's paiits are


Imagine a hurricane has taken a sudden turn and is head-
ing for your town. The forecasters and meteorologists had
all said the dangerous storm would hit in another loca-
tion several hundred miles away. But now, it is headed
straight for you and your family. Fortunately, you have done
everything you knew to do in preparation for an event of
this nature. You have implemented mitigation techniques
by reinforcing your home to survive hurricane-force winds.
You purchased flood insurance to protect against water dam-
age. You even put together a disaster safety kit with enough
food and water for your family to survive for at least three
days.
But wait! What about your daughter who is attending
her first day of junior high school? What about your son,
who is on a field trip with his science club? What if you
cannot get in touch with them before the storm hits? How
will you find everyone after the storm? The phone lines
could be down for days. There could be no electricity.
There are numerous obstacles still remaining that you are
not prepared to deal with. You should have created a fam-
ily disaster plan.
According to officials from the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA) and Florida's State Emer-
gency Response Team (SERT), a key component in dis-
aster preparedness is the establishment of a family disas-
ter plan.
"FEMA is working closely with state and local offi-
cials in preparation for the 2006 hurricane season in Flori-
da. We urge residents to make sure they, personally, are
prepared as well," said Director Scott R. Morris, Florida
Long Term Recovery. "In addition to putting together a
disaster supply kit, having a good plan in place means
knowing evacuation routes, having a communication plan
and planning for family members with special needs."
Communication is vital before, during and after a hur-
ricane. With the new storm season starting soon, now is
the time to make certain your family will not be separat-
ed in the aftermath of a disaster.
"Hurricanes are a natural fact of life that all Floridians
need to be prepared for," said Craig Fugate, director of Flori-
da Division of Emergency Management. "Now is the time
to discuss and update your family disaster plan before
June 1. It is really very simple; everyone needs to have a


made for the small hands of a 6-year-old, not the momma's.
And, of course, when I'm stuffing clothes into the wash-
er, my mind is already wrapping itself around the 87 oth-
er things I have to do before the end of the day.
And some of my laundering is done right before bed-
time, and Ijust don't always feel like taking the extra five
seconds to check for pocket goodies.
Lately he's been spotting broken pencil pieces in the
school playground mulch and seems to think they're im-
portant enough to poke into his pockets.
I've been lucky so far in that my washing machine
hasn't failed me yet because of the foreign objects. It just
keeps churning them out clean.
Today's find (meaning my find today in his pockets
post-wash and pre-dry, his find earlier in the week): half
of a small green plastic egg left over from Easter, 11 cents,
a triangular-shaped piece of plastic, a black rubbery mulchy
chunk (unidentifiable), six crayon tips of various colors and
a flattened Lincoln from a Jekyll Island penny crank.
The kids have a collection a real collection of
these pennies from our vacation destinations. You've seen
them: The machines will create a flat souvenir of your
trip for 51 cents. You put in two quarters and a penny,
turn the dial to the design you want, turn the crank four or
five times, and out pops your travel keepsake.
Small enough for a pocket. Durable in the washer, too.


plan."
Steps to take in creating a "Family Plan" for the up-
coming hurricane season:
Discuss the type of hazards that could affect your fam-
ily. Know your home's vulnerability to storm surge, flood-
ing and wind.
Locate a safe room or the safest areas in your home
for each hurricane hazard. In certain circumstances, the safest
areas might not be your own home but another within
your community.
Determine escape routes from your home and places
to meet. These should be measured in tens of miles rather
than hundreds of miles.
Choose a meeting location. Should your family be-
come separated during a storm, you should have a pre-
determined.rendezvous point at which everyone can rejoin
the family.
Complete a family communication plan. Include con-
tact information for family members, work and school,
meeting locations and emergency services.
Choose an out-of-town contact who family members
can call to let them know where they are, especially if the
family is separated. Everyone should know this contact's
phone numbers. After a disaster, it is often easier to make
a long-distance call than a local call from the disaster area.
Post emergency telephone numbers by your phones and
make sure your children know how and when to call 911.
Stock non-perishable emergency supplies and a dis-
aster supply kit. Go to www.Ready.gov to attain infor-
mation on how to assemble one of these kits.
Use a NOAA weather radio. Remember to replace its
battery every six months, as you do with your smoke de-
tectors.
Take first aid, CPR and disaster-preparedness class-
es.
Plan for family members with special needs.
Make a plan'now for what to do with your pets if you
need to evacuate.
Check your insurance coverage flood damage is not
covered by homeowners insurance.
Go to www.FEMA.gov, www.Ready.gov and
www.FloridaDisaster.org for further information and tips.
Remember: Communication is key.


Editor:

In August 2005, the Department of Health (DOH) pre-
sented to the community its new rule regarding septic
systems within the Wekiva Study Area. The DOH in-
troduced the new rule for onsite wastewater treatment
and disposal systems without a study of their impact
on the Wekiva River and its contributing springs.
The IJOH based its new rule upon a study performed
west of Chiefland. The DOH claimed that'the geolo-
gy of Central Florida was the same as the geology near
Wakulla Springs. DOH claimed that the science was
transferable.
In November 2005, the DOH's Technical Review
and Advisory Panel (TRAP) reconsidered its approval
of the DOH rueTTRAP is a committee of scientists, en-
gineers, professionals and representatives'of the DOH
and the Depairtient of Environmental Protection. Af-
S-ter substantial discussion, the TRAP committee made
Several recommendations to the governor and Legis-
Slature... '-
-TRAP's requested-funding for two studies. Those
studies were to determine the impact of septic systems
n the Wekiva River and its contributing springs and
I determine the most economically efficient method.
reduce nitrogen in the.river and the springs.
I TRAP recommended the DOH develop a model
:intenance system for septic systems. TRAP sug-
ted that the model system include a five-year pump


out. Professionals recommend a pump out every three
years for a septic system that serves a family of four.
Sen. Baker and I included the TRAP suggestions in
SB 1794 and HB 1557. Due to opposition of another
senator,, those bills did not pass.
SSen. Baker and I also requested funding for the two
studies in the state's 2006-07 budget. Funding was in-
cluded in the budget for the studies. Language was
added to the budget that gives direction for the stud-
ies.
This sounds as the end of a hard journey. It is not.
The journey is not over.,
In: Florida, the governor has line-item veto power
over the state's budget. That means.Gov. Jeb Bush has
the authority to strike the funding from the budget.
Would the governor strike -an appropriate project
such as these studies? He may. Representatives An-
.tone, Hays; Mealor Simmons and I have written the
governor requesting his support for the studies. House
Speaker Allan Bense wrote a letter to the governor in
support of.the studies.
You can do the same. You can write to Gov. Bush
requesting his support for the studies. The address is
as follows: Gov. Jeb Bush, PL05, The Capitol, 400
South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399. The gov-
ernor'se-mail address is Jeb.Bush @ myflorida.com.

Frederick C. Brummer
State Representative


55 years ago
The Lakeview Chapter of the Hi-Y held its annual
elections. George Barley replaced outgoing president
Robert Freeman. Other officers are: Rex Crowder, vice
president; Dick McCarty, secretary; and Delmus Davis,
treasurer.,Barley, Crowder and Davis will attend the
Southern Hi-Y Training Camp in Blue Ridge, N.C. with
the trip sponsored by the Winter Garden Lions Club.
Children from this area who participated in the Ebsen
Dancing Recital in Orlando were: Linda Akin, Steve
Akin, Beverly Austin, Connie Britt, Caroline Coble, Bar-
bara Ann Gleason, Sharon Griffin, Mary Frances Ir-
rgang, Susan Kerr, Patty Moore, Faye Moran, Pat Moran,
Kay Moran, Maureen Moran and Mary Dale Vick.

40 years ago
The Winter Garden Cadet Squadron of the Civil Air
Patrol has started a drive to raise funds for air research
and rescue equipment. Bill Cook, operator of the local
coin laundry, presented the first check to Richard J. Sims,
squadron commander, and Robert Boylan, senior mem-
ber.

35 years ago
From Editor's Notebook: We have long suspected that
many ladies' swimsuits were not made for swimming. Our
suspicions were confirmed the other day when we saw
one with a tag that read "Dry clean only."
The Woman's Golf Association of the West Orange
Country Club held a Dog Fight Quota Tournament. Win-
ners were: First place Millie Dion, Fran Stanford, He-


len Sheppard and Jean Stockman; second place Lil
Strube, Miriam Reid, Shirley McWhorter and Marge
Cloughley. At the luncheon, Jackie McBride was award-
ed the Club Championship with Millie Dion, runner-up
and Gertrude Britt awarded the championship consola-
tion prize.

25 years ago
McChamber Fun Day was held at McDonald's Restau-
rant in Winter Garden with all proceeds from the day
going to the West Orange Chamber of Commerce. Bob
Allegroe, owner of McDonald's, and Melvin Birdsong,
manager, were pictured getting set for the event with
JoAnne Quarles, WOCC committee chairman.
Six Lakeview High School students, members of the
ninth grade gifted program, went to Tallahassee to lob-
by before the legislature on behalf of the elderly. Sabri-
na Bennett, Tami Schlender, Kerry Kennington, Jenny
Bertossa, Craig Fischofer and Philip Kufeldt were ac-
companied by guidance counselor Sam Wagster, gifted
teacher Cathy Shields and a former student, Jim Stout.

15 years ago
Nick Gledrich, principal of Windermere School, was
named Florida's Distinguished Elementary School Teach-
er for 1991.
Robert Damron starred as the Dr. Phillips High School
golf team won the honors at the state tournament in Sara-
sota. The UCF-bound senior walked away with the in-
dividual state title and led the Panthers to the team cham-
pionship for the second consecutive year.


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These Times


Hidden treasures come out clean


Making a family plan for the new hurricane season
Part I of a series on Hurricane Preparedness in Florida


Brummer favors funding for studies


From our archives

Old Times






Thursday, May 18, 2006 The West Orange Times 5A



Business


Grand opening in downtown Winter Garden
Tri & Run of West Orange held its grand opening recently with a West Orange Chamber of Commerce rib-
bon-cutting ceremony. Located at 56 W. Plant St. in downtown Winter Grarden, the store specializes in triathlon
running and features a selection of running shoes and apparel. Helping cut the ribbon are (I-r): Chamber
Vice President Krista Compton, Chamber ambassadors Marie Williams, Debbi Vineyard, Donna Leigaber,
Carol Cross and Pat Gleason, Tri & Run staff members Bob and Jan Brubaker and Jane Ducey with own-
ers Tammy and Jerry Pegram (holding scissors) and Chamber ambassadors Chesta Hembrooke, Kay
Behrens and Jerry Van Dyke.


Studying economic development
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce's Adult Leadership Class spent a day recently touring busi-
nesses that help drive the economic development of West Orange County. The class visited the Winter Gar-
den Citrus Growers packing plant, Manheim's Florida Auto Auction and Universal Studios Production Group
at Universal Orlando. Pictured are (1-r): seated, Kevin Ross, Carmen Guilfoyle, Clay Palmer, Nancyann
Jones; standing, Jerry Burch, Krista Compton, Keily Potter, Diane Bithorn, Bob Gosselin, Lonnie Cahoon,
Andrew Nothstine, Mike Snider, Julie Morris, Erika Snyder and Holly Duke.


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SWinter Garden woman
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language therapy classes
Winter 'Garden resident Nicole
Cochrane, M.A., CCC/SLP, is offer-
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apy to the West Orange community.
She is a state-licensed and nation-
ally certified speech-language pathol-
ogist. Cochrane received her Master of
Arts degree from the University of
Central Florida ard has spent the past
10 years working as a certified teach-
er and speech-language pathologist
for Orange County Public Schools.
Cochrane is currently accepting new
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Resort tax collections
Orange County Comptroller
Martha Haynie announced that
resort tax collections received
by the county in April for the ho-
tel collection month of March
were $14,006,500. Resort taxes
are charged on short-term
rentals, mostly hotels and mo-
tels.
Haynie noted that collections
by the county for March were
two percent below collections
received during March of last
year.
"Cumulative collections
through March are roughly three
percent above last year," she
said. "We expect some fluctua-
tions in the spring as spring
breaks and Easter vacations oc-
cur in different months from year
to year. While collections for
March are slightly lower than
last March, any month that you
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ADVERSE POSSESSION
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Laws that govern the form of property
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property that belongs to you by using it
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sharing it) for a specified length of time.
In some states the user must be aware that
he or she is trespassing, but in others, they
simply have to use the land for their own
purposes. Here's an example of how you
could unwittingly lose a portion of your
property through adverse possession.,
Your home sits on a large piece of land
adjacent to a neighbor's farm. Your neigh-
bor's cows use a section of your proper-
ty to. cross from their pasture to the barn
every morning and evening,, plodding
along in full view of everyone. The cow
path is getting muddy, so the neighbor
asks if he can put down some road base,
and you agree, since you don't really use
that part of your land. Since no one uses
the cow path except your neighbor and
his cows, he offers to pay a portion of the
property tax. After a few years go by, the
neighbor claims ownership of that por-
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der the rule of adverse possession. Protect
yourself -if they use it, you may lose it!
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Winter Garden


Meeting offers chance to see park,

recreation plans in Winter Garden


After months of surveys, research
and meetings, the Park and Recre-
ation Master plan for the city of Win-
ter Garden is nearing completion. A
public meeting will be held as a fi-
nal opportunity for residents to give
their input into what amenities, fa-
cilities and programs are planned for
future development by the city.
The meeting will take place at
Tanner Hall on Tuesday, May 30, at
6:30 p.m. A preliminary draft of the
master plan will be presented, and
there will be an opportunity for feed-
back from attendees as to the plan's
recommendations.


Classes at Winter Garden Rec


The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activities for children
and adults. For more information,
call the rec office at 407-656-4155.
Pre-registration is requiredfor most
events.
Pilates Learn techniques in
stretching and healthy exercise to in-
crease flexibility, cardiovascular
strength and spine alignment. Each
class is $7 and takes place Thursdays
from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Little Hall, 31
W. Garden Ave.
Tennis lessons Beginner and
intermediate classes are for adults and
youth ages 5 and older at the Chapin


Station courts on Tuesday 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.


A teacher's treat
Vicky Mobley, a 4th-grade teacher at Foundation Academy, was 'kid-
napped' from her classroom by her students' mothers and taken to lunch
at the Winter Garden Pizza Co. in downtown Winter Garden to celebrate
her birthday. Mrs. Whitehead, the school principal, taught the class in Mob-
ley's absence. Gathering for the celebration are, I-r, Patricia McBride, Max-
ine Hammerstein, Kristy Heffelfinger, Robin Lowery, Mobley, Pam Grimm,
Tricia Destefano, Tarrimy Alford and Crystal Murphy.


All interested individuals and
groups are welcome and being en-
couraged to attend this meeting to
give input into this project. Begun
last fall, the Comprehensive Park
and Recreation Master Plan was
commissioned to develop short- and
long-range goals and priorities for
future development of Winter Gar-
den's parks, trails, community cen-
ters, aquatic facilities, athletic com-
plexes and other recreation ameni-
ties.
For more information, call the
Winter Garden Recreation Depart-
ment at 407-656-4155.

Garcia graduates
from basic training
Air Force Reserve Airman 1" Class
Dimas A. Garcia III has graduated
from basic military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
During the six weeks of training,
the airman studied the Air Force mis-
sion, organization and military cus-
toms and courtesies; performed drill
and ceremony marches; and received
physical training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises and special
training in human relations. In addition,
airmen who complete basic training
ear credits toward an associate degree
through the Community College of
the Air Force.
He is the son of Evelyn Garcia of
Winter Garden. He is a 2003 graduate
of West Orange High School.


Pool activities
The city of Winter Garden of-
fers a variety of aquatic pro-
grams. For more information on
these or other programs, call the
Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment at 407-656-4155.
Farnsworth Pool is on Sur-
prise Drive. Bouler Pool is on
Klondike Street.
Farnsworth is open for week-
end swimming. Daily swim-
ming from 1-6 p.m. begins at
both Farnsworth and Bouler on
May 25. 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 Saturdays
from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
at Farnsworth.
Farnsworth Pool swim
lessons are $35 for eight 40-
minute lessons. The first session
is May 30, and registration is
taking place now. Group class-
es are available for all swim lev-
els. Private lessons are $15 for
each half hour.
Bouler Pool swim lessons be-
gin June 5, and registration is cur-
rently taking place. One-week
classes (of four 40-minute les-
sions) will be offered Monday
through Thursday for ages 6 and
up beginning at 11 a.m. and noon.
Cost is $5. Pre-school swim
lessons for ages 3-5 will be held
Saturday at 9 and 10 a.m. at no
cost to the participant. An adult is
required in the water. Space is
limited, and all participants must
pre-register at the Maxey Com-
munity Center, 830 Klondike St.,
from 3-5:30 p.m. daily.
Birthday parties can be held
at Farnsworth. Packages are $75.
Schedule at least one week pri-
or to the intended party date.
Water aerobics classes are
Tuesday and Thursday evening
and Saturday morning. Classes
are $7. Multiple-class discount
cards are available. Signups are
taken prior to class start time.
There is a $5 joiners fee.


The clubbers above won numerous awards for Bible memory, attendance
and character development activities associated with the program. For
more information on participating in Awana in the fall, call the church
office at 671 Beulah Road, Winter Garden, at 407-656-3342. Photo
courtesy of Andy Murphy Photography.


; .. .


A new volunteer director
Paulina Wolfe (front, far right) has been named director of Volunteer Services at Health Central. The Aux-
iliary Department of volunteers gathered at Health Central Park for a luncheon to bid farewell to the former
director, Karen Ruenheck (front, 3rd from left), and to welcome Wolfe. She was the annual fund manager
with Health Central Foundation. At the luncheon are, I-r: front, Pat Vernosky, Ruenheck, Betty Smyth, Car-
ol Bergman, Wolfe; back, Jean Anthony, Ellie Clarke, Ken Coffman, Colin Kelly, Dawn Bushur, Sylvia Bon-
danse and Darrell Gardner.


Be careful with
water supply
The Winter Garden Utilities De-
partment offers tips on using water
efficiently.
The St. Johns River Water Man-
agement District rule allows water-
ing no more than two days a week.
Water lawns during the early morn-
ing or early evening hours before
10 a.m. and after 4 p.m. when tem-
perature and wind speed are lowest.
Apply moderate amounts of water
to create a healthy, drought- and
stress-tolerant lawn. Over-watering
promotes weed growth, disease and
fungus.
For most Florida soils, applying no
more than three-quarters of an inch
of water per application is enough to
replenish the grass.
Apply fertilizers sparingly and use
fertilizers that contain slow-release,
water-insoluble forms of nitrogen.
To receive a free lawn, landscape
and irrigation checkup, call 407-654-
2732.
Residents and businesses with
even-numbered addresses may water
Thursday and Sundays. Those with
odd-numbered addresses can water
Wednesday and Saturdays.
"Don't water just because it's your
day," said Dennis Jones, the city's
water conservation manager. "Water
because you need to."


Revival at
Grace Worship
Grace Worship Center in Winter
Garden will be in revival with
Thomas Sloan Ministries on Sunday,
May 21, through Wednesday, May
24. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. and
6:30 p.m. Sunday and at 7:30 p.m.
Monday through Wednesday.
The ministry is made up of
Thomas, his wife, Sheila, and two
children, Simeon and Mariah, and the
evangelists travel all over the United
States. Their home is in South Car-
olina, and the elder Sloans sang for
many years with Jimmy Swaggart
Ministries.


VFW activities
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary will visit Golden
Pond this Thursday, May 18, at 1:30
p.m. to play bingo and serve refresh-
ments to the residents.
The District 18 convention will be
held Sunday, May 21, at the VFW
Post 8152 Pine Hills, 4711 Pine Hills
Road, Orlando. All members are be-
ing urged to attend this important
meeting, as election of officers for
the 2006-07 year will be chosen. The
joint meeting is at 10:30 a.m., and
business meetings are at 1 p.m. In-
stallation of new officers will follow
the meetings.


To Our Lil Guy!


With each passing day you
make us proud of the young
man you're becoming.
As you leave Oakland
Charter and excel to your
new middle school, always
stay focused & go far in life,
and your dreams will come
true.

Love,
Mom, Abuelita, Abuelito,
Tio James, Tia Kimberly,
Ariana, & J.J.


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 infor-
mation on these programs, call the rec
office at 407-656-4155. All take place
at the Old Fire Station Recreation Cen-
ter, 127 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden.
Sign up in person at the rec office, 1
Surprise Drive.
Armchair Traveler Travelers
meet from 10 a.m. to noon on the third
Friday of each month. The dost is $2,
and light refreshments are served.
Breakfast Event Club Join the
club for a steady diet of friendship and
healthy eating and discuss current
events and topics of the day. It meets
on the third Tuesday of each month
from 9-11 a.m. Cost is $2 and includes
bagels, muffins, fruit, orange juice,
coffee and tea.
Page Turners Literary Book Club
- The group meets monthly on the
second Monday from 2-5 p.m. There
is no charge, and light refreshments
are served.

Reducing the
risk of stroke
Residents can be screened to reduce
their risk of having a stroke when Life
Line Screening sets up this Friday,
May 19, at the First United Methodist
Church of Winter Garden. Appoint-
ments begin at 9 a.m. at the church,
125 N. Lakeview Ave.
Screenings involve the use of ul-
trasound technology and scan for po-
tential health problems related to
blocked arteries, aortic aneurysms and
hardening of the arteries. Also offered
is a bone-density screening.
Each screening requires 10 minutes
or less to complete. A complete vas-
cular screening package is $109. For
the complete vascular package in-
cluding the osteoporosis screening,
the cost is $129.
Life Line Screening was established
in 1993. For more information or to
schedule an appointment, call 800-
697-9721. Pre-registration is required.

Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. M. Brown-G. Britt 2. T. and
L. Saulino 3. S. Jordan-J. Swartwood
4. C. and N. Pavey 5. M. Black-B.
Ballenger; E-W: 1. J. and G. Wolt- .
man 2. R. and B. Blair 3. J. and B.
Hebert 4. J. and V. Elwell 5. J. and J.
Sallin.


Awana holds overnight party
The Beulah Baptist Church Awana program celebrated its year-end
May 5-6 with an overnight lock-in at the church. Eighty clubbers and adults
enjoyed singing with the praise band, storytelling, movies, games, wa-
ter slides and a huge super-soaker squirt-gun war. The weekend end-
ed with a barbecue cookout and an end-of-the-year awards program.


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Experiencing Holy Land exhibit
After finishing a study of the book of Exodus, the Wednesday morning Bible study group at Church of the
Messiah went to the Holy Land Experience to see the life-sized model of the wilderness tabernacle. Enjoying
the day together were, I-r, Betty Flood, Jim Collings, Marilyn Jowett, Jim Passilla, Lynne Passilla, Mary Ann
Collings, Cyndi Hadlock, Jack Jowett, Annette Spigener, LaVerne Woods, Dixie Lyons, Trudie Carr, Patti
Range, the Rev. Tom Rutherford, Patsy Powell, Sue Chicone and Ada Athill. The group meets Wednes-
days at 11 a.m. and is now studying the book of Leviticus. Call 407-656-3218 for more details about the study
group.


SElks elect officers
The Winter Garden Elks Lodge 2165 recently elected its new officers for the coming year that began April
1, I-r: front, Linda Caldwell, treasurer, Lou Martin, secretary, Peggy Warren, trustee, Leslie Freeman, chap-
lain, Sharon Valiance, inner guard, Trallis Williams, tiler; standing, Alice Armstrong, trustee, Mark Wallick,
,trustee, Bill Royal, esquire, Bob Warren, exalted ruler, Mike Jernigan, trustee, Charlie Crane, leading knight,
Dan Vallance, loyal knight, and Ray DeWeese, lecturing knight.


Summer camp
registration at 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
SDrive. during regular business hours.
'Space is limited, and the camp is only
open to Winter Garden residents.
A two-week deposit and proof of
resideinc are required \\hen register-
ing. Call the rec at 407-656-4155 for
More details.

Extreme Teen
Sports Camp
Learn all the spons basics from ex-
perienced West Orange High School
coaches in the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department's Extreme Teen
Sports Camp. Sports offered include
S tennis, soccer, golf. basketball. \w after
Spolo, football and \olle)ball. 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


Programs at the Winter Garden library


For information on programs of-
fered at the S.C. Battaglia Memorial
Winter Garden Library, call 407-656-
45J2. The library is at 805 E. Plant
St. in Winter Garden.
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 v\ill present a safety semi-
Snar for parents. It teaches common
lures and methods predators utilize to
Sictimize children and provides ac-
tion plans to educate children on how.
Sto recognize and react to potentially
dangerous situations.
The library offers more than 90
computer classes per month, ranging

Knitting club
The West Orange Knitters Guild
meets l onda s from 6-9 p.m. at the
First United Methodist Church of
Winter Garden, 125 N.Lakeview Ave.
All knitters and crocheters are wel-
come to the free class, held in the old
parsonage. For details, call 407-427-:
0480..


from computer basics to advance
classes, such as Word, Excel and Pow-
erPoint.
Spanish computer classes are of-
fered at the library as well.
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 aim. for chil-
dren 18-36 months. Storybook Fun
for those ages 3-5 is at 11:15 a.m.


Checkers collecting
for U.S. troops
Checkers/Rally's has teamed with
Operation Gratitude and America Sup-
ports You to send care packages to
U.S. troops deployed overseas. The
project is taking place in honor of Mil-
itary Appreciation Month this May.
Gifts for the troops can be donated
at the Checkers at 13495 W. Colonial
Drive in Winter Garden. The items
will be used by Operation Gratitude to
prepare and deliver care packages to
service members overseas in time for
the Fourth of July.
The collection drive is running
through June 14.

Kids go to
work at HCP
April 27 was Take Your Child to
Work Day at Health Central Park, and
four employees and their children par-
ticipated. The younger set made cen-
terpieces for the Health Central Aux-
iliary luncheon, served soup and bev-
erages to the residents during lunch
and assisted the Recreation Therapy
Department in the day's activities.
Participating were B.B. Nash, the
10-year-old daughter of Cynthia John-
son of the Adult Day Care program;
Lizzie Walsh, 11, daughter of Cathy
Walsh, licensed registered nurse on
the Circle of Friends neighborhood;
Shahyid Alexander, 8-year-old son of
Margie Alexander, receptionist; and
Meg O'Neill, the daughter of Terri
O'Neill, manager of Human Re-
sources.



Superhero sightings
at Faith Family church
"The First Action Heroes"
Vacation Bible School is set
for June 5-9 at Faith Family
Community Church. Children
ages 4 through fifth grade are
invited to experience the pro-
gram.
Super squads ,villmeet at
Action Hero Central beginning
at 6:45 p.m. The Power Pack
will lead the kids in powerful
praise music. From there they
will rotate to Power Challenge
Games, Muscle Bible Memo-
ry, Mighty Munchies, Con-
quest Crafts and Awesome Ad-
ventures Bible Stories.
Participants will also meet
Captain Super and his faithful
sidekick, Ned, and hear about
their superhero adventures.
Faith Family is at 305 Beu-
lah Road, Winter Garden.
D'Arcy Land, the children's
director, can breached at the
church office, 407-877-7735.


New Elks
The Winter Garden Elks initiated 2 new members last month: Gwen
Countryman (center left) and John Browning (center right). With them
are Exalted Ruler Bob Warren (far left) and Trustee Mike Jernigan.


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.

Heritage Museum
is turning 8
The Winter Garden Heritage Mu-
seum turns 8 this week, and a cele-
bration was set for this Wednesday,
May 17, at 1 p.m. The community has
been invited to visit the museum at 1
N. Main St. and enjoy a slice of birth-
day cake.
For more information on the muse-
um or the Heritage Foundation, call
407-656-3244.

West Orange High
Class of 1996
The West Orange High School
Class of 1996 is holding its 10-year
reunion Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Or-'
ange County National Golf and
Lodge. For more information, call Jill
Fremont at 407-970-7601 or e-mail
fremontj@earthlink.net.


Model trains on
display at museum
A model railroad layout is on display
at the Central Florida Railroad Mu-
seum 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 National
Railway Historical Society in coop-
eration with the Winter Garden Her-
itage Foundation.
Admission to the museum is free.
There is a 50-cent admission price for
individuals or $1 for families to view
the operating railroad to help defray the
cost of leasing the layout.
This attraction will remain at the
museum through May 31. Schools and
groups can make reservations for vis-
its.
The Railroad Museum is at 101 S.
Boyd St., Winter Garden, and is open
daily from 1-5 p.m.

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-member.teains can sign
up by calling 407-877-4015 and ask-
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month. Bernier said the guidelines for preparing the agenda had been estab-
lished a number of years ago and could be reviewed. This topic will be in-
cluded in a workshop in June.
On a related item, Potthast questioned in an e-mail to Bernier if additional
information she customarily provides along with agenda items is appropriate.
Bernier told Potthast, also in an e-mail, that providing pertinent information
was part of her job and that she provides it in an effort to help the council
make informed decisions. Bernier had an agenda item asking the council to clar-
ify her responsibility on this issue.
These topics will be discussed at the meeting next week.
Prior to its regular meeting last Tuesday, the council convened a workshop
at 5:30 p.m. to continue discussions with developer Azzouz on his downtown
project.
Azzouz did not show up until 7 p.m. and told the council he misunderstood
the time.
The council spent the workshop session rediscissing various topics relat-
ing to the PUD ordinance, including maximum building height limits, what de-
veloper concessions might be required to preserve the Windermere Union
Church chapel and if the number of required parking spaces was sufficient.
When Azzouz spoke to the council during the regular meeting, he apologized
for missing the workshop but did offer a response to a 15-item list of questions
that was to be the subject of the workshop.
He criticized the council for micro-managing the development process. He
suggested that the town staff was not being allowed to do its job.
"I'm suggesting that the plan has been picked to death by the council," the
developer said.
Discussion ended with a heated exchange of comments between Azzouz
and the mayor.
On another matter, Don Strube Jr., chairman of the Charter Review Com-
mission, presented his committee's report. The CRC has been working on a
charter revision for a year and recommended a 15-page document for coun-
cil consideration.
He commended resident and former Orange County Commissioner Vera
Carter, who was the scribe for the group, for her hard work. Other members
were former Mayor Bill Osborne, former Council Member Thellie Roper and
John Spears, a member of the Development Review Board.
Strube said the committee reviewed the charters of several other towns, in-
cluding Winter Park, Edgewood and Oakland, and used Oakland's charter as
a model.
Windermere's original charter was 88 pages in length but had been reduced
and some parts were nullified by Florida's Home Rule statute.
Strube said the committee members had several different viewpoints and could
not agree on five areas. He said these topics are included in the report along
With majority and minority opinions. Unresolved topics included the town
council's authority to lease property, its right to dispose of town property, cer-
tain zoning issues, areas of town that should be preserved and whether the
council makeup should be changed to include a voting mayor.
A referendum is required to approve a new charter, and the earliest possi-
ble date would be in March 2007, according to the Supervisor of Elections
calendar. Prior to that, the council must review and adopt a final version that
will be put on the ballot. The review process also includes a public hearing.
In other business, the council:
set a date for a "shade" meeting at the request of Town Attorney Cliff
Shepard to discuss a proposed settlement in the Lake Bessie lawsuit. Shepard
announced that the meeting scheduled last Friday would include the five coun-
cil members, the town manager, Shepard, an attorney from GrayRobinson
and a court reporter.
held a first reading for three ordinances. The first ordinance relates to the
fees and renewal dates for tennis court passes. The second ordinance provides
that the Town Council may set the fee for boat launching passes. The third or-
dinance amends an existing town code by redefining the method of calculat-
ing maximum building height and floor area for residences in town. A second
reading and public hearing on the first two laws is scheduled for the June
meeting. The third ordinance must be reviewed and recommended by the De-
velopment Review Board and then will be scheduled for another first reading.
opted to go, out for bid for a contract for garbage and recycling pickup ser-
vices. The current contract with Waste Pro expires Sept. 30, and the compa-


ny has requested a contract extension for two years with a monthly rate increase
from $13.51 to $16.70. The council discussed problems with garbage collec-
tion, including missed pickups and a general decline in service. Waste Pro
did not respond to the town manager's request to send a representative to last
week's meeting to discuss the contract extension.
reviewed a 10-page schedule of ongoing town projects prepared by the
town manager.
voted to amend the sign ordinance to allow one two-sided election sign per
property for a period beginning 30 days prior to an election and extending 48
hours after the election. In addition, property owners will be permitted to dis-
play the sign within two feet of town right-of-way adjacent to their property.
heard the mayor proclaim June as Windermere Police Appreciation Month.
appointed Doug Bowman as chairman of the Parks and Recreation Com-
mittee.
heard in a report from Potthast that the Parks and Recreation Committee
is establishing an ad hoc committee to discuss options for a memorial to the
late Fred Pryor.
listened to an update on proposed intersection improvements at the elementary
school and underground utilities work from Don Greer, downtown project
manager. He said the proposed roundabout at Park Avenue and Maguire Road
will include two crosswalks. Stormwater management issues have not yet
been resolved but South Florida Water Management District is considering is-
suing a short-term permit that could advance the project. Procuring right-of-
way is not complete.
Greer reported that Florida Power and Bright House Network would finish


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underground work in the downtown area in about a month.
In addition, he and Fitzgibbon, Long-Range-Planning chairman, measured
the light output for the downtown street lights and determined that they con-
form to the minimum accepted lighting standards. Withers asked him to find
out if caps could be added to the poles, which are owned by Florida Power,
to reduce overhead light pollution.
learned in the police report that officers responded to 49 alarms last month.
Police Chief Dan Saylor said some of these calls were repeat false alarms.
Council Member Sprick suggested that a fee schedule be established to de-
ter this situation. The issue will be brought back next month.
voted unanimously to set a policy, suggested by Potthast, that the consent
agenda should not include variance requests that do not indicate and explain
reasonable "hardships."
learned from Council Member Ron Martin that the next Elders Luncheon
will be held June 27.
scheduled a workshop prior to the June 13 meeting for a Tree Board pro-
gram.
approved liaison assignments for each council member.
under the consent agenda, approved a home occupation license for Ray
Phillips, 209 W. Second Ave.; agreed to renew a contract for Town Hall rental
with Marianna Mutschler, owner of American Academy of Etiquette; autho-
rized an agreement for use of Town Hall by the Supervisor of Elections for a
Primary Election on Sept. 5 and a General Election on Nov. 7; and approved
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finery to attend the recent 19th Annual Education Commissioner's Business Recognition Awards at the
Hilton Daytona Beach. Businesses and organizations from each Florida county were selected by each dis-
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dents, Stephanie Carroll, Charles Crawford and Marvens Grandoit, make up the first senior class to grad-
uate from the academy. The school is proud of their accomplishments and looking forward to future grad-
uating classes.


Dr. Walter Fowler's 36th anniversary celebration May 21
The community is invited to the Journey will celebrate with praise and a covered dish for the dinner on the
36th anniversary celebration of Pas- worship music from 9:30-10:30 a.m. grounds following the morning ser-
tor Walter Fovler this Sunday, May and will perform special music dur- vice.
21, at Oak Level Baptist Church in ing the morning celebration that will Oak Level Baptist Church is lo-
Ocoee. begin at 10:45 a.m. A love offering cated at 10564 Second Ave. For more
The Rev. Joe Boatwright will be will be taken for New Journey. information, call the church office at
bringing the morning message. New Those attending are asked to bring 407-656-1523.


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

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

Free food distribution
for the needy set
West Orlando Baptist Church will
distribute free food for the needy this
Saturday, May 20, from noon to 2 p.m.
This distribution is done in conjunc-
tion with Bread of Life Ministries.
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Louise Brown, a beloved Ocoee
educator and currently principal of
Citrus Elementary, will soon have
time to travel and read all the books
that have been sitting on her shelf for
years. She is retiring this month af-
ter nearly 30 years with Orange Coun-
ty Public Schools and 39 years in all
as an educator.
A native of Rochester, Penn.,
Louise graduated from Indiana Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania with a degree
in elementary education and took up
her first teaching assignment in a six-
room school near Kittanning, Penn.,
in 1967.


She moved to Orlando in August
of 1977 and began teaching at Ocoee
Elementary in October of 1977. From
OES, she went to Mollie Ray Ele-
mentary as a curriculum resource
teacher and on to assistant principal-
ships at Killarney, Rock Springs and
McCoy elementaries, earning a mas-
ter's degree in administration and su-
pervision from Rollins College along
the way.
She served as principal of
Tildenville Elementary from 1994-
2000 and was the opening principal of
Citrus Elementary in 2000.
The community is invited to a re-
ception in her honor Thursday, May
25, from 4-6 p.m. at Ocoee Oaks Unit-


.

Celebrating a retirement
The Gleason Room at Health Central hospital filled up with family and
friends for Kathy Pearlstein's retirement party Saturday afternoon.
Kathy has been a staffer for Orange County Schools for 22 years, cur-
rently as school secretary at Citrus.Elementary. She and her husband,
Mike, a longtime school volunteer who has donated thousands of hours
at Citrus, are moving to the Atlanta area to be near their children and
grandchildren. As this sign at the party says, 'Retirement and grand-
kids, what else does one need?'


West Orange Seniors plan May meeting


The next meeting for the Seniors
will be a potluck luncheon this
Thursday, May 18, at noon in the
Ocoee Community Center to cele-
brate 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. May 20 is also James's
birthday.
Also on the agenda is a memorial
service for the 104 members who
have died in the 28 years of the club's
existence and a Mother's Day tribute
and gift to Tillie Tinto, who took in
41 foster children. In addition, the
oldest mother will be honored:
Frances Pomplin is 95.
The May 13 trip to Dade City for
the Native American Pow Wow was
cancelled because not enough Se-
niors signed up.
The Thursday, June 1, meeting of
the West Orange Seniors will be a


potluck lunch at noon in the Com-
munity Center. Members are asked to
bring a dish to serve four people.
There will be guest speakers and
cake and ice cream.
Prayers for the sick are offered for
Lorraine Morine and Dorothy Clark.
Last Thursday, eight Seniors en-
joyed lunch at KFC in Winter Gar-
de'n before meeting in the Commu-
nity Center to work on Christmas
crafts (napkin holders) for residents
of Health Central Park, Quality Nurs-
ing Home and Golden Pond.
The crafters celebrated Mary Jane
Shaner's birthday with song, coffee
and cake.
The next trip planned will be a
, Sterling Casino Cruise on Saturday,
June 17.
Frances Watts, club president, ex-
pressed her thanks to Monica
Thurston for all of her help with the
Seniors' activities.


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Clarke Road.
And Louise is not the only Brown
marking the end of a long and dedi-
cated career in education this month.
Her husband, Richard, well-known
as the former band director of Ocoee
Junior High and Ocoee Middle
schools, as well as assistant band di-
rector at West Orange High, is retir-
ing after teaching for at total of 41
years. He is currently a math teacher
in the county's Hospital Homebound
Program.
Louise and Richard, who each have
collected two Teacher of the Year
Awards, have also taught private mu-
sic lessons in their home for decades.

Ocoee High School
welcomes Relay for Life
The American Cancer Society has
announced that Ocoee High School
will be hosting Relay for Life in
addition to the Relay for Life in
Winter Garden for the 2006-07
school year.
'Due to the growth in Ocoee and
the incidence of cancer in both com-
munities, this is the perfect time to
. expand the American Cancer Soci-
ety programs to those who need
them.
Relay for Life is an opportunity
for those in the community to cele-
brate survivorship and support those
who are dealing with a cancer di-
agnosis. The event is most success-
ful and garnishes the most partici-
pation over the long term when a
well-defined community hosts a site
of its own.
Karen Revels, area executive di-
rector of the Americani Cancer So-
ciety, said: "We are so proud of the
community of West Orange for sup-
porting Relay for Life over the past
nine years. The ability for us to ex-
pand our reach into the Ocoee com-
munity is so exciting. We know that
both Winter Garden and Ocoee will
see this as an effort to further drive
our mission to eliminate cancer."
She added that even though the
relays might be smaller the first few
years, "the overall reach and growth
is what we need to focus on."
The Cancer Society's past expe-
rience with relay expansion shows
growth is such a great asset to its
ability to provide research dollars
and services to those in need.
The dates for the Ocoee and West
Orange relays have not yet been set.
Ocoee High invites all those in
the Ocoee community interested in
serving on its Relay for Life Com-
mittee to attend a dinner meeting on
Wednesday, May 24, at 6 p.m. at
the school. RSVP to LuAnn Lump-
kins at 407-843-8680, Ext. 525.



City of Ocoee to
host landscape
seminar
The featured speakers at
the May 22 landscape
seminar to be hosted by
the city of Ocoee will be
Tom MacCubbin, an ex-
tension environmental
horticulturist with the Uni-
versity of Florida in Or-
ange County, and Cather-
ine Johnson, the Orange
County Watershed Action
volunteer coordinator with
St. Johns River Water
Management District.
MacCubbin will discuss
landscaping and planting,
and Johnson will speak
about irrigation.
There will also be hand-
outs, tours of the POWR
Park, give-aways, a ques-
tion-and-answer period
and refreshments.
The seminar will be held
in the Ocoee Community
Center at Starke Lake
from 5:30-9 pam., and reg-
istration is required by
calling 407-905-7697 or
e-mailing www.
powr@ci.ocoee. fl.us.



Teen dances for
Ocoee students
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department sponsors teen dances
only for Ocoee Middle School stu-
dents on the first and third Friday of
every month from 8-11 p.m. at the
Jim Beech Recreation Center, 1820
A.D. Mims Road. The cost is $3,
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Ocoee guest in Winter Garden
Gerald Watson, left, and Rodney Jolley, right, welcomed Ocoee City Manager Robert Frank as a special
guest speaker at a recent Rotary Club of Winter Garden meeting. Frank spoke to the Rotarians about plans
Sin place to enhance the city of Ocoee by widening roads, bringing in new businesses, updating existing ar-
'eas and creating new ones. He also announced that the Ocoee Family Aquatic Center is in need of lifeguards
, and the city will pay for the necessary training. Those interested can contact him at rfrank@ci.ocoee.fl.us.


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

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

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

Square dance lessons
offered Thursdays
Square dancing with the Garden
I Patch Squares is offered each Thurs-
day at the VignettiRecreation Center
from 6-9 p.m. The center is located at
1910 Adair St. in Ocoee.
For more information, call Barbara
SMcBride at 407-889-8558 or 407-256.
17354.

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

Tours each weekend
at Ocoee museum
The Withers-Maguire House Mu-
seum, located in the Ocoee Munici-
pal Complex on Bluford Avenue, is
open each Saturday and Sunday from
2-4 p.m. Tours are $3 for adults and $1
for children.
Special group tours with special
rates can be arranged by calling Eliz-
abeth Maguire at 407-656-2051.

Alzheimer Support
Group at Summerville
in Ocoee to meet
S Summerville at Ocoee, an assisted-
Sliving and memory-care residence,
Swill conduct a monthly Alzheimer
'Fanrmly Support Group on Thursday,
May 25, beginning at 6:45 p.m.
S The group's goal is to pro\ ide help
to those who ate faced with the strug-
gles and demands of caring for a per-
Sson with Alzheimer's disease or oth-
er memory-care, issues. The support
group is sponsored b\ the Alzheimer
'Resource Center and held at Sum-
pnerville at Ocoee.
S Summerville at Ocoee is located at
80 N. Clarke Road. For more infor-
, nation or to RSVP for the May 25
meeting, call 407-843-1910.


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Ocoee resident Dave Rytell, a BMX rider, recently won the local exposure
tour at MeshSkatePark in Longwood. The event, which lasted about 2
weeks, included the best riders from the Southeast region. The com-
petition was extremely intense, with a lot of well-known riders and new-
comers attending. At the end of the session, it was very close; but Ry-
tell come out on top. This win earned him a full-time professional po-
sition on Dave Mirra's experienced team of 5 and a spot on the next Lo-
cal Exposure Tour in April 2007. He was also awarded a year's contract
with DC shoes.


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Walk the West
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Hundreds of walkers are
logging the miles (and avoid-
ing allergens and heat) as they
walk in the air-conditioned
West Oaks Mall in Ocoee each
morning. The Health Central
Walkers have been at it for al-
most 10 years, improving their
cardiovascular health and mak-
ing friends along the way.
The free program boasts
more than 500 members and
holds monthly awards break-
fasts to celebrate certain mile-
stones.
To sign up, stop by the
Walkers Registration Desk in
the Food Court Monday
through Friday from 7-10 a.m.
For more information, call
407-296-1497.


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 undergoing
construction. The Vignetti Rec Cen-
ter will continue as the meeting place
until the end of the year. The meet-
ings 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
whose zip code is 34761 can call Post
109 to receive a banner. For details, call
Adjutant Ed Bowers at 407-877-6057.

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

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

Save the date for
annual alumni reunion
The Ocoee High School Alumni
Association will hold its annual re-
union Saturday, June 10, at 7 p.m. at
the Jim Beech Recreation Center,
1820 A.D. Mims Road.
For more information, call Jan
Miller Crews at 407-656-4019.


OPD Officer Jeff Dyer
honored by governor
On May 16, veteran Ocoee Police
Officer Jeff Dyer was honored by
Gov. Jeb Bush in Tallahassee with a
medal for heroism. This recognition
stems from Officer Dyer's negotiation
and intervention with a suicidal man
who was intent on taking his own life
with a firearm.
Officer Dyer also received a
Chief s Commendation Ribbon from
Ocoee Police Chief Steve Goclon and
was named the OPD's Crisis Inter-
vention Team (CIT) Officer of the
Year for his intervention and dedi-
cation to the CIT concept. In addi-
tion, Officer Dyer was featured in a
segment of OCTV's story on Cen-
tral Florida's Crisis Intervention
Team.
CIT is a group of law-enforcement,
mental health and medical profes-
sionals and citizens dedicated to the
proper treatment of individuals in cri-
sis. This program provides officers
with special training to help those in
crisis.
CIT is also ajail-diversionary pro-
gram. In the past, many people with
a mental illness would have been tak-
en to jail because law enforcement
was not aware of the complex cir-
cumstances facing these people.
According to OPD's Lt. James
Como, those with special needs de-
serve special care.
Many of Ocoee's police officers
have received certification and are
members of the Central Florida CIT.
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Strimple to present culinary

demos at Epcot May 27-29


Windermere resident Julia Anita
Strimple will present culinary demon-
strations of recipes from three of her
cookbooks at Epcot as part of the In-
ternational Flower and Garden Festi-
val. The demonstrations and tasting
will take place Memorial Day weekend,
May 27-29, at noon and 3 p.m. each
day.
Strimple has been teaching gourmet
cooking classes and business and so-
cial etiquette for more than 30 years.
She is a Realtor with Main Street Re-
altors in Windermere and the incom-
ing president of the Windermere Ro-
tary Club.
The following recipe titled Rasp-
berry Salad with Chambord Dressing
and Pecans is from her cookbook, Sal-
ad Sorcery.
Ingredients: dressing one-quar-
ter cup raspberry vinegar, one-quarter
cup of Chambord liqueur, two table-


Local students compete at Special Olympics
Windermereresident Evan Pryor (left), the son of Angela and the late
Fred Pryor Jr., and Zach Carter, the son of Chuck and Gina Carter of
Ocoee, participated in the districtwide Special Olympic games held at
Freedom High School on March 25. Both boys received ribbons for
track and field events: They both attend Princeton House Charter School
for children with autism and related disorders in Orlando.


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kins, Stevie Griej and Eric Aach, who participate in the autism program
at Thornebrooke, recently participated in the districtwide Special Olympic
games at Freedom High School on March 25. They all received rib-
bons for competing in track and field events.


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Are you on "Top of the World?" If
not, join the Sunshine Singers.
For more than 15 years, the Sun-
shine Singers have been entertaining
at nursing homes, senior residences
and service clubs in and around Or-
lando.
If you enjoy singing, you can en-
joy yourself and help others by join-
ing this fun group.
The group does three-part singing
(soprano, second soprano and alto),
and being able to read music is not a
prerequisite.
The members practice every Mon-
day at 9:30 a.m. at St. Luke's United

Local quilt club
invites new members
Area residents are invited to join
Land of Cotton Quilters for weekly
nkeetings on the first and third Tuesday
of each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Participants are asked to bring whatever
quilting projects they are working on;
irons, cutting boards and machine
space will be provided. The club is for
new and experienced quilters.
For meeting location and more in-
formation, e-mail Kim Lippy at Kim-
Lippy@aol.com or go to www.geoc-
ities.com/landofcotton2002/.


Happy 90th birthday!
Longtime Windermere resident Gene Murphy celebrated his 90th birthday last week with a party at West
Orange Country Club hosted by his son and daughter-in-law, Dennis and Doris Murphy of Vero Beach.
The family took this group photo during the party. Pictured (I-r) are (back row) Leslie Thompson (wife of Lester);
Judy Thompson (wife bf Tommy); Chanda and Brian Hubert (grandson from Georgia); Lester Thompson
(nephew from Nebraska); Dale (nephew from Illinois) and Joyce Murphy; Carrie Ann Murphy Bland (niece
from Missouri) and her husband, Maury Bland; Doris and Dennis Murphy; and (in front) Tommy Thompson
(nephew from Nebraska); Kyle Hubert (great-grandson), Victoria Hubert (great-granddaughter on Gene's
knee); Gene; Jim Hubert (grandson from Georgia); Jay'Hubert (great-grardson); and Jim Hubert's wife, Joanne.

Osprey Homes launches new development in Gotha


Osprey Homes will launch a new
49-home-luxury home community
called Braemar this summer in
Gotha.
The development, a small infill
projectpff Iempel Avenue; will be
a joint venture between Osprey and
Arlington Homes, according the Os-
prey principal Anthony Lightman.
The estate homes will be situated

Parsons alumni
invited to join in .
reunion performance
Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
in Windermere is celebrating its 25th an-
niversary this year. The school is invit-
ing all of its former students to partic-
ipate in the annual program in June by
joining others on stage for the finale.
The program is scheduled for June
4 at 2 p.m. at the Bob Carr Performing
Arts Center in Orlando.
For more information, call the dance
studio at 407-876-4604.


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between 5,000 and 7,500 square feet
of living area with starting prices of
$1 million.
Osprey Custom Homes is an
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company that has built in many of
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the works for well over a year as you
can imagine for a community of this
caliber," said Lightman. "We feel
this is going to be a great addition
and wonderful custom showcase to
the southwest Orange area.".


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Vineland Road, just east of Winder-
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The singers are not affiliated with
any church denomination and usual-
ly sing secular music. The choral di-
rector 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.

Retirement party
being planned for
Windermere teacher
Sharon Turk on Sun.
Windermere Elementary School
will bid farewell to Sharon Turk,
who is retiring after 22 years of
teaching children at the school. A
group of faculty members are orga-
nizing a reception for Turk on Sun-
day, May 21, from 2-4 p.m. in Win-
dermere.
The staff will greatly miss Turk
but is excited for her as she opens a
new chapter in her life with her hus-
band and daughters.
For more information on the re-
ception, call 407-876-2707 or 407-
366-4705.

Learn public-speaking
skills at Toastmasters
weekly meetings
Do you have a fear of speaking in
front of an audience? Adults can eas-
ily leamn public speaking and leader-
ship skills by attending Vista Toast-
masters Club 7250. The group meets
weekly in the community room at the
Southwest Library, 7255 Della Drive,
off Dr. Phillips Boulevard. Meetings
take place each Thursday from 6:45-
8 p.m.
New members are welcome, and
there is no charge.
For more information, go to
http://www.vistatoastmasters.com.
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 organiza-
tion devoted to communication and
leadership development.


Nehrling Society
plans annual
meeting
The Henry Nehrling Society
has scheduled the organization's
annual meeting for Monday,
May 22, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
at Camp Ithiel in Gotha.
The non-profit has been try-
ing to purchase and preserve
Henry Nehrling's home and
property on Hempel Avenue in
Gotha. The meeting will include
an update on the preservation
project.
Beginning at 6 p.m., the
Chain of Lakes Middle School
Chamber Orchestra will enter-
tain guests. The meeting will
begin at 6:30 p.m. followed by
a talk from guest speaker Dr.
Martin Quigley, director of the
University of Central Florida
arboretum.
For more information, call
Nehrling Society President An-
gela Withers at 407-876-9992.
Camp Ithiel is located at 2037
Hempel Ave. in Gotha.


Windermere Union plans
Vacation Bible School
Windermere Union Church, Unit-
ed Church of Christ, will hold Vaca-
tion Bible School from Thursday, June
22, through Sunday, June 25. Program
hours are 6-8:30 p.m. on Thursday
and Friday, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on
Saturday and on Sunday beginning
after the second service until 2 p.m.
Since the church will move to its
new location on Park Ridge-Gotha
Road this summer, the Vacation Bible
School theme is Destinations: a New
Journey with God. The curriculum
will teach children about Jesus' con-
tinuous love throughout their life jour-
ney.
The program's conclusion will be
held at the church's new location, and
the entire congregation is invited to
attend.
To register or for more information,
call 407-876-2112 or use a registra-
tion form downloaded from the Web
site www.windermereunion.org.

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.

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


Children's events
scheduled at library
Storybook Fun for Your Little One
is offered weekly at 12 Orange Coun-
ty Library System locations, including
the Windermere Library Thursdays 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 especial-
ly for infants from birth to 18 months
and lasts approximately 20 minutes.
The rhythm and repetition of nursery
rhymes are used to introduce very
young children to literature. The pro-
gram is free and scheduling is not nec-
essary.
Toddler Time is scheduled for
Thursday, at 10:45 a.m. This pro-
gram is especially for children ages
18-36 months and lasts approximate-
ly 20 minutes. The use of picture
books, finger plays, songs, poetry,
Mother Goose rhymes and flannel
board stories will encourage the de-
velopment of verbal and listening
skills for physically active children.
For more information on any of
these programs, call 407-876-7540.


Windermere Union is
site for weekly Weight
Watchers meetings
Windermere Union Church, Unit-
ed Church of Christ, invites area res-
idents to participate in weekly Weight
Watchers meetings. Visitors and mem-
bers can attend meetings at 8:30 a.m.
on Saturday for weigh-ins and then
stay for discussion sessions that last ap-
proximately 30-45 minutes. Every
week there is a new topic on nutrition,
activity, healthy habits and success-
es to celebrate. Individuals do not have
to join to attend. For more informa-
tion, call 1-800-651-6000 or go to
weight.watchers.com.


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


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
jbgop@cfl.rr.com. The group regis-
ters voters and encourages voters to
help elect candidates.


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Dr. Phillips


DavidLehman, incoming president of the Dr. Phillips Rotary Club, recently presented $1,000 schol-
arships to 5 Dr. Phillips High School seniors. The scholarship winners are (l-r) Caitlin Strandberg,
Toni Sy, Jennifer George, Allison Braznik and Roberta Emerson.


Dr. Phillips Rotary awards scholarships
The Dr. Phillips Rotary Club in partnership with Dr. Phillips High School presented five $1,000 scholarships
during its club meeting April 27. Incoming Rotary President David Lehman presented the awards to Caitlin
Strandberg, Toni Sy, Jennifer George, Allison Braznik and Roberta Emerson.
Scholarship applicants must have a 2.0 weighted grade-point average, display traits of good citizenship, par-
ticipate in community service activities and extracurricular activities and submit an essay reflecting how the Ro-
tary's Four-Way Test could affect their lives.


Rotarians welcome
Youth Leaderdhip
Conference attendee
The Dr. Phillips Rotary Club re-
Scently welcomed Sabrina Mirtcheva
Sto its weekly meeting at the Bay Hill
SClub and Lodge. Incoming President
SDavid Lehman congratulated her on
-attending the 21st Rotary Youth
-Leadership Awards Feb. 23-26.
Mirtcheva gave a short presenta-
Stion to the club members and ex-
-_'plained how attending the conference
- helped her further develop the qual-
ities of self-confidence, leadership
Sand citizenship.
The main goal of the conference
is to have these students return to
their school and community and uti-
lizetheir new skills in club activi-
ties, such as Student Council and In-
,,,tferact Club.

"` Southwest Library
6 hosts events for kids
Storybook Fun for Your Little One
is offered weekly at 12 Orange Coun-
ty Library System locations, including
the Southwest Library Thursdays at,
,A1:45 a.m.
These free programs are recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 and
younger, lasting about 20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories,
Srhymes, songs and poetry.
S Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
'and Baby is presented Thursdays at
':-10:15 a.m. This program is especial-
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and lasts approximately 15 minutes.
S Groups, families and childcare
providers are welcome to participate.
Toddler Time is offered Thursdays
at 10:45 and 1l:15-a.m. This program
Sis especially for children from 18-36
Months old and lasts approximately
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comes Sabrina Mirtcheva to a recent breakfast meeting of the club.
Mirtcheva explained the benefits of her recent participation in the Ro-
tary Youth Leadership Awards program.


Local student wins gold in State Special Olympics
Dr. Phillips resident Michael V. Tortorella, the son of Dr. Michael and
Carol Tortorella, participated in the Special Olympics State Summer
Games held in Tampa at the University of South Florida April 28-29. He
competed in 2 track events 5,000 meters (3 miles) unified (he and
his coach,.Allan Dalton pictured with him on the.track, ran as a team)
and the 1,500 meters and won the state gold medals in both events.
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Rosen donation
propels Jewish
Community Center
groundbreaking
Hotelier Harris Rosen has pledged
$3.5 million to build a Southwest Or-
lando Jewish Community Campus in
the Dr. Phillips area.
The campus will bear the name,
"The Jack and Lee Rosen Southwest
Orlando Jewish Community Cam-
pus," in honor of Rosen's parents.
"To our knowledge, this is the
largest gift in the Orlando Jewish Fed-
eration's history," said Susan Bod-
ner, CEO of the Jewish Federation of
Greater Orlando. "We are all incred-
ibly moved by Harris' deep caring for
our community and by his beautiful
gesture in honoring his parents."
Jack Rosen worked as chief of
maintenance at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel in New York City. He devel-
oped a talent for drawing cartoons of
famous celebrities who stayed at the
hotel. Part of his portfolio is on dis-
play at Jack's Place, a restaurant in
the Rosen Plaza hotel on International
Drive.
Lee Rosen, who turned 90 on May
15, lives in Brooklyn, New York.
"I am very pleased that the Jewish
Federation and the JCC have com-
mitted to moving forward to ground-
breaking this year," said Harris Rosen,
president and COO of Rosen Hotels
and Resorts. "It is so vital that we
have this community center for hun-
dreds of children and families in the
Southwest. The number of gifts com-
mitted by these families to build this
campus is phenomenal."
More than 220 families have made
gifts to build the JCC, with the vast
majority at $1,000 or more and nu-
merous gifts of $10,000, according
to Nancy Ludin, the Federation's di-
rector of Emerging Communities.
In early April, the JCC Board of
Directors voted unanimously to move
to groundbreaking "as soon as possi-
ble."
On April 26, the board voted again
unanimously to front $400,000 to pay
for impact fees, architectural and en-
gineering fees and permitting.
At a meeting April 29, David Born-
stein, committee chair for the South
Campus Plan of Action committee,
said, "I looked at the numbers and we
now have enough to build." Bodner,
Federation Chair Dick Applebaum,
JCC Executive Director Marvin
Friedman and JCC Assistant Execu-
tive Director David Wayne concurred
in the decision to proceed to con-
struction.
Rosen's gift brings the total raised
to build the SW Orlando JCC to $5.5
million.
"Bringing the community togeth-
er is what the Rosen campus in South-
west Orlando is all about, and what
Federation is all about," said Apple-
baum. "I applaud our community for
rallying together and getting us to a
point where we can begin construction.
After years of waiting, our dreams
are coming true at last."
For more information or to make a
gift to the Build South Campaign, call
Ludin at 407-645-5933 or e-mail her
at Nludin@jfgo.com.


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at Hunter's Creek Elementary School. JA in a Day is an event in which
elementary school students receive the entire 5-lesson Junior Achieve-
ment curriculum in 1 day through the efforts of volunteers from the lo-
cal business community. JA volunteers teach students about the econ-
omy, local government and the business world. More than 30 CHEP
employees, including Joe Parker (above) and Stacey Hamilton (below)
taught these lessons to the entire HCEP student body. CHEP is a glob-
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Oakland


Pizza celebration
Fourth-grade students at Oakland Avenue Charter School who scored a 5.0 or 5.5 on the FCAT writing were
treated to pizza by Principal Marcia Cason and the town of Oakland. The students are pictured with the prin-
cipal and the 4th-grade teachers.


Neighborhood
Watch
program available
The Oakland Police Depart-
ment is promoting its Neigh-
borhood Watch crime preven-
tion program for homes and'
neighborhoods.
To start a group with neigh-
bors, call the Oakland Police
Department at 407-656-9797,
Ext. 32.


Town of Oakland
meeting schedule
The following town of Oakland
meetings are regularly held in the
meeting hall on North Tubb Street.
For more information, call Town Hall
at 407-656-1117.
Town Commission, second and
fourth Tuesdays, 7 p.m.
Planning & Zoning Board, third
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
School Advisory Council for Oak-
land Avenue Charter School, first
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Community Redevelopment, third
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Parks and Recreation Committee,
fourth Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Meeting hall for rent
Residents and organizations can rent
the Oakland town meeting hall on
North Tubb Street. Rental includes
use of the kitchen facilities and a seat-
ing capacity of 108.
To download a rental contract and
price.list, go to the town Website:
www.oaktownusa.com and click on
"meeting hall facility." For more in-
formation, call Oakland Town Hall at
407-656-1117.


5K runs through
Runners and race walkers will have
a chance to take the scenic route in
Oakland during the Asher Neel Memo-
rial 5K this Saturday, May 20. The tree-
lined path contains small hills and pass-
es across the West Orange Trail twice.
This annual event serves as a fund-
raiser for West Orange Habitat for Hu-
manity.
The entry fee is $20. All paid en-
trants will receive a T-shirt. Packet
pick-up starts at 7 a.m. at the race site
.only. The starting point is the First Pres-


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byterian Church of Oakland.
Participants can enjoy refreshments
after the race. Awards will be given to
the top three male and female runners
overall and in each age group, as well
as the top three male and female race
walkers.
Entry forms, which are available on
the Web site www.woh4h.org, should
be mailed (along with the fee) to West-
Orange Habitat For Humanity, c/o Bob
Tate, Race Director, 1246 Markel
Drive, Winter Garden 34787.


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sented with a Bible and words of congratulations and encouragement by youth director Tim Edwards. As
a prelude to the service, the congregation saw a slide show of pictures from the childhood of each gradu-
ate and received a program with each graduate's biography, interests and plans for the future. Graduating
in 2006 are, I-r, Joseph Cerilli (in back) and Christina Hunt, Laura Hawthorne, Annie Nelson and Cassan-
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Social


Moriarty-Ferra
SMr. and Mrs. Ed Moriarty of Win-
Sdermere announce the engagement of
Their daughter, Megan Maire, to Lt.
: Michael Ferrara, son of Tom and Janet
SFerrara of Murrieta, Calif.
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joined in marriage April 27 at the Ocoee Quails and Rebecca Williams. He is
Gazebo with Mayor Scott Vandergfift of- from Winter Garden.
ficiating. Witnesses for the couple were Charles
The bride is the daughter of Norma Tucker, the bride's brother, and Alisha
McDaniel and Earnest Gray. She is from Smith, a friend of the bride's family.
Ocoee. The couple resides in Mascotte.



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Claye and Patti Atcheson of Or-
lando announce the engagement of
their daughter, Lindsay Renee, to
Jonathan Vincent Schlechter, son of
Alvin and Sandra Schlechter of
Niceville.
Lindsay graduated from Dr. Phillips
High School in 2003 and from the
University of Florida in 2006 with a
degree in finance.
Jonathan graduated from Niceville

Alzheimer's caregiver
support groups
The Greater Orlando Alzheimer's
Association sponsors two caregiver
support groups in Winter Garden. They
take place at Golden Pond Communi-
ties, 404 Lakeview Road (407-654-
7217) and Beverly Healthcare, 15204
W. Colonial Drive (407-877-2394).


Bridal shower
Michelle DeLoach, bride-elect of Matthew Friedman, was honored at
a bridal tea recently at the home of Linda Rees. Pictured are the bride
(3rd from left) with hostesses (I-r) Linda Rees, Frances Cuddy, Lauren
Youngblood, Patricia Rees, Jenny Martin and Sandy Jowers.


Children's events set
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SI 21 E. Silver Star Road in Ocoee,
Sis offering special programs for chil-
dren. The programs are free, and-
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birth to 18 months and lasts approx-
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each Monday at 10:15 a.m. The
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picture books, finger plays, songs,
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Line dancing in Ocoee
: Line dance classes are held each
04 Wednesday and Friday morning from
3 9-10:30. Evening Classes are held ev-
. ery Thursday except on the second
" Thursday. Classes on Thursday are as
- follows: beginners from 6-7:30 p.m.
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from 7:30-9 p.m. Donations are ac-
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skills. The program lasts approxi-
mately 20 minutes.
Storybook Fun for Your Little
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each Monday at 11:15 a.m., is rec-
ommended for children ages 3-5
years. Children can enjoy folk and
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Groups, families, schools and child-
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p.m. For more information, call 407-
521-3330.

Hold your event
at Tanner Hall
Tanner Hall on Lake Apopka is
,available for rental for events on
weekends and weekdays. For more
information, call the Winter Garden
Recreation Department at 407-656-
4155.
The Tanner is at 29 W. Garden
Ave.


High School in 2003. He earned a de-
gree in finance from the University
of Florida in 2006.
The wedding is planned for July 1
at the Presbyterian Church of the
Lakes in Orlando.
After the wedding, the couple will
reside in Jacksonville, where Jonathan
will be attending law school and Lind-
say will be working in management for
Enterprise.

West Orange High
Class of 1996
The West Orange High School
Class of 1996 is holding its 10-year
reunion Aug. 5 from 7-10 p.m. at Or-
ange County National Golf and
Lodge. For more information, call Jill
Fremont at 407-970-7601 or e-mail
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S6:39pm, weighed 7.5 oz. 19" long. Parents are
Micheal Evans & Brandi Britton of Winter Garden.
'Grandparents Randy & Cathi Britton of Winter
Garden, Grandparents Glenn & Pat Tatum of Zell-
wood, Grandfather Steve Evans of Winter Garden,
SGreat Grandparents Joe & Linda McNall of Cape
Coral, FL, Great Grandma Flora Crosby of Cler-
mont and Great Grandpa JimnCrosby watching over his first great grandson from Heaven.
Great Grandparents J.B. & Edna Britton from Granbury Texas. Great Grandparents Evans
of Orlando 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 & Cari Brit-
ton of Winter Garden, uncles Justin Evans of Zellwood and Myles Evans of Winter Garden
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Central Florida Christian Academy


Top 3 students
Ashley Garmany
Alange Foster
Jessica Moreno
Student Council officers
President Hillary Bess
Vice president Alange Foster
Secretary Reatha Johnson
Treasurer Ashley Garmany
Chaplain Katie Trickey
Parliamentarian Lauren Wilkinson

Homecoming royalty
King RulSen Alfredo Fuentes
Queen LaPortia Michelle Morris
Graduation info
Friday, May 19, 7 p.m. in the
CFCA gymnasium
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Dear Senior Class of CFCA:

As you come to the end of another chapter in your life and begin a
new one, I would like to challenge you to go that extra mile. Al-
ways remember that God created you with a special purpose and
has given you the skills to carry out His plan. He created a mar-
velous, incredibly detailed work in you, and He'll help you discov-
er what to do with it.

It is our goal at Central Florida Christian Academy to help develop
qualities and learn lessons that will be of lasting significance to you
in your future. Success is peace of mind, which is a result of know-
ing you did your best.

My challenge to you would be to see clarity of thought, fill your
heart with love and compassion for others, be honest and fair and trust
in the Lord.

My best to each of you.
Jeff Biown
High School Piincipal


GRAD LIST


Erica Lynn Apgar
Aaron Thomas Baker
Tiffany Renee Bass
Hillary Leigh Bess
Natasha Enid Bonilla
Brittany Allison Brown
Holly Christine Brown
Jarrett Morgan Buckler
Jonathan Alan Chen
Katlyn Jane Cook


Jessica Marie Eaton
Alange Danielle Foster
Ruben Alfredo Fuentes
Ashley Dawn Garmany
Alyssa Renee Jaskot
Drew Michael Jeffries
Reatha LaVena Johnson
Nicholas Jared Laster
Micah Chapman Mills
Jessica Moreno


LaPortia Michelle Morris
Melissa Lynn Nichols
Joshua Rodriguez
Rachel Alice Smith
Dawson Brooks Steiner
Danielle Anice Stone
Jaime Nicole Stramondo
Brandon Terry Tharp
Katie Lynn Trickey
Lauren Elizabeth Wilkinson


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Calvary Christian School


Valedictorian
Emily Cross


Salutatorian
Austin Phillips
Senior class officers
President Jessica Davis
Vice president Emily Cross
Chaplain Chad Hodges
Secretary/Treasurer Leticia Hurt
i-omecoming royalty
King Chad Hodges
Queen Emily Cross
Graduation info
Friday, May 19, 7 p.m. at Calvary Bap-
tist Church, 631 S. Dillard St., Winter
Garden


Deal Seniors,
My prayer is that your life will reflect a Christlike spir-
it that \ ill have an impact in the place that God places
.ou. May the biblical principles that you have received
as part of your Cal\ ary education be visible in all that
you do.

I hope that \ou \%ill use the Word of God as a light to
the path of life. Walk circumspectly and \iew the world
and its en\ irornment the same way that God view s it. Con-
sider His ways as you make life's decisions.

Ne\er lose sight of hat He has done for you.
Commit your life to a life of biblical sen ice
regardless of what vocation you choose.

We \will miss you and keep you in our prayers.
Dr. Jack W. Kelley. Principal


GRAD LIST

Justin Berry
Music Brunetto
Matthew Bryant
Emily Cross
Jessica Davis
Christina Edwards
Katie Henderson
Chad Hodges
David Howard
Leticia Hurt
Austin Phillips
Bryan Tinkey
Hollie Wise


MEGAN GLASS, ROSE GASET, JULIE PFAFF, KELLY
WIEDENBECK, CASEY OSBORNE AND LAUREN BECK.
The future doesn't just happen, it is created.. .our destiny is not in
the stars but within ourselves. We'may need to follow in the wake
of those who have gone before, but what we do and where we go
is ultimately up to us. Go get'em girls!
With love from your moms


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RAE COFFEL
Co:nGRADulau on:. Felici'!!!

Your hard ai,:.rk and
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We are all so proud ot \ou and
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As.s ou prepare for college.
sta.\ focused and
enjo the surmmrer

Dad, Terrn,
Grandma & Grandpa


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The Crenshaw School


Valedictorians
Stephanie Blick
Kassandra Price
Student Council officers
President Emma Snowdale
Vice president Mariash Duga
Secretary Brittany Gibson
Treasurer Summer Watkins
Graduation info
Saturday, May 13, 11 a.m. at
Windermere Community Church


Dear 20106 graduates.
I \ant to thank each one :f \ou for the wonderful mem-
ories and great discussions e ha.e shared through \ouw
high school \Nears. You entered school this fall excited
about being a senior. No'. I see \ou as young adults read\
for a ne% adventure in \our life.
I am confident kno. ing thai iou are prepared to handle
\ hate'er challenges come your \%aN. AN\ wish for :ou is
that your future \\ ill hold all of .our \\ ishe, and dreams.
Good luck, and may God bless each one of Nou
Love.
Tamie L Shuster
Principal


GRAD LIST
Stephanie Blick
Nicole Carpenito
Andy Choi
Jennifer Cowin
Skylar Forbes
Mark Haughey
Kendall Kellogg
Usman Khan
Alex Lauretano
Alex Martinez
Sarah McCormick
Melanie McCullough
Jakob Montiegel
Kassi Price
Alexandra Suarez
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Central Florida Prep. School


Graduation info
May 19, 9 a.m.,
at St. Pauls Presbyterian Church,
1450 Citrus Oaks Ave., Gotha


GRAD LIST


Samantha Gates (top)
Melinda Gonzalez (bottom)


Dear Seniors:

"All who have accomplished great things have had
a great aim, have fixed their gaze on a goal which \as
high. one which sometimes seemed impossible."
- Orison Swett Marden

Congratulations! You have worked diligently these
last four years to achieve your goal of graduation. Now
the world is yours for the asking. What I ill you do?

Each of you is capable of great things. You are in-
telligent. compassionate and moral. Please do not
limit yourself in life b\ taking the easy way out. The
sweetest rewards often come after the hardest work.
Set high goals for yourselves; hold yourselves to
high standards. You are worth it.

Much luck in life.
Ms. Graf


JESSICA
HUNTER

We have watched you grow and
blossom into a beautiful woman.
The sky is the limit, baby girl.
Take off and soar to whatever
heights you want to achieve!
We are so proud of you!

Love,
Daddy, Momma and Matthew'


BRANDON KYLE
McVAY

It seems like just yesterday .\ou
were m) beautiful bab) boy and
now you ha\e grove. n into a fine
and handsome \oung man
I know v.hate'er path \ou take
'. without a doubt ou % ill fulfill all
of our e\pectaltonrs.
Words cannot express the joy that
you have brought into our lives.

We love you,
Monm, Joe, Kelly, Rabbit,
Hailee, Jared, Jenn, Ricky
& Granny Amon


Post Office Box 817/1450 Citrus Oaks Avenue, Gotha, Florida 34734


Hailee, tomorrow will follow today.
Congratulations on your success.
Our love and confidence to you always.
Pepa and Nena
So.=


AMANDA BRANOM
We are so proud of you!
Soar like an eagle.
May God bless you and
be with you always.
Go Gators!
Love,
Mom and Dad
IED E A r E-


ROBBY TATE


STo Robby, our special boy.
We wish you much happiness in all
you do. We are proud of you.
Love,
rMo:m Dad. Nia .iri.rd nd.,

EST A


AUSTIN SOLOMON


Make the most of this
New Beginning.
We love you and are proud of you.
REMEMBER who you are.i


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RACHEL
ELIZABETH
MASK

This da. marks a great achievement
for you. but it's only the beginning.
Just follow your heart and do .our
best. and all the potential \\ ithin
you is sure to be realized and bnng
.ou happiness. Congratulations on
\our Graduation!
We are so proud of s ou!

Love,
Mom. Dad & Justin


JOHN MEYER
Dear John,
We are so proud of you!
Happy Graduation and Best Wishes at
the University of Florida!
Love always,
Mom, Dad, Chris and Dakota

S -,


We are so very proud of all of your
accomplishments and of the beautiful
young lady you have become.
Good luck in Tallahassee.
We love you,
Mom, Dad & Justin

WEStlT ORAN[ GE


STEPHANIE
SKIPPER

Stephanie, it seems like only
yesterday that we were going to
your kindergarten graduation.
You have been a pleasure:
We love you and are very
proud of you.

Mom, Dad, Summer,
Nanny and Gammy


JENNIFER
SHEA HENRY

Congratulations!
We are \ er proud of \ou!
You are a beautiful person
w ith a big heart and a great
personality. Remember the 3
"L's." Live. Love and Laugh.
Don't forget to..
Believe in yourself!
Work hard! Play fair!
Reach for the stars!
And most importantly,
stay true to yourself.

We love you'
Papaw, Maman\. Shane,
Mom. Dad. Kristin & Amanda


ALLISON FUSCO
May your future be filled with the
joys you deserve, the success that
you are meant for, and the fulfillment
of every good thing in your life.
Congratulations,
Love Mom


SRYAN JONES


Weare so proud of you!
Love,
Mom, Dad, Shaun, Bonnie,
Grandy and Grandpa Studley,
Grandma and Grandpa Jones,
Grandad and MamMaw Miller.


WETOAG


RAMONE
FAITH
WILLIAMS

Through Faith %e leamn that
the impossible is possible,
that dreams come true;
and miracles do happen!
Best Wishes and Success
in Pre-Med at Emory University !!

We Love You.!!
Mom, Dad and Grandma


JONATHON
L BURNETT

Jon, we are all so proud of you and
your accomplishments. You have.
worked very hard in Ocoee High
School. Congratulations on your
business, student of the year award
and your scholarships for college.
Jon is enrolled at Devry University
where he plans to get a master's de-
gree in web design. Follow your
dreams always.

Love,
Mom Lisa, Dad Bobby,
Chris, Matt & Jr.


SARA
MICHELLE
CHAN

Sara'chelle,
You are a beautiful princess!
We are so proud of you and
all that you have accomplished.
We love you! You Shine!

Love,
Dad, Mom,
Chris, Anna, Tanner


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Dr. Phillips


Valedictorians
Natasha Antonovich
Lauren Atcheson
Kathleen Bubrick
Tracy Cheung
Travis Damon
Jacqueline Larson
Daniel McRae
Shyamal Patel
Ruth Pule
Ana Siller

Salutatorian
Renata Sobral

Senior class officers
President P.J. Smith
Vice president Frank Wang
Secretary Colin Forward
Treasurer Donald Rajkumar


Student Council officers
President Kashan Cone
Vice president Julian Williams
Secretary Kyle Eastman
Treasurer Jessica Hepner

Homecoming royalty
King Eric Green
Queen Shakira Only

Prom royalty
King Bruno Portigliatti
Queen Giselle Bellas

Graduation info
Tuesday, May 16, noon
at T.D. Waterhouse Centre


Dear Dr. Phillips High School Graduates,

Recollecting the first days at Dr. Phillips High School, the Class of 2006 remembers the wonder, fear and
astonishment that filled their young minds as they began their journey through adolescence. During the past
four years of their lives, they began to take baby steps into adulthood: enjoying friends and learning from
experiences along the way. Simply calling this class unique would be an understatement; the Class of 2006
has undertaken numerous challenges both academically and socially to bond into a unified student body that
will always be remembered in Dr. Phillips history.

The time has come for these mature individuals to depart from this great journey and take their first steps
into the real world. Be brave as you approach new challenges and encounter new experiences, but never for-
get where you came from. One of the strongest aspects of an individual is one's ability to encounter change.
Be resilient in your experiences; take what you have learned in the past four years of your life and express
yourself with great optimism.

Indeed, the path that has been paved by seniors has come to a sudden halt. They have encountered a crucial
point in their path that will mold them into who they will be as adults. New experiences await them. Make
the best of your upcoming opportunities and never let them slip away. Become successful through hard work
and determination.

What we have. to remember is that success is not measured in riches or fame, but in happiness and clarity.
As Kenny Chesney once wrote, "Happiness is a destination that's hard to find; it may take some time." .

It's the hard times that mold us into who we are. Work diligently with a determination to succeed, and we
think that you will find what your unique path leads to and that is happiness.

Sincerely,
Gene Trochinski, principal
P.J. Smith, senior class president
Kashari Cone, Student Council president


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Zain Abaumer
Gina'Abraham
Terry Abraham
Dana Aburish
AndresAcevedo
Jose Acevedo
Germa Adan
SRania Afif
Kristie Afonso
Mohammed Ahmed
Usmaan Atmed
Shakera Akins
Ricardo Alarcon
Byan Alattas
Justin Alfonso
ShahnewazAli
Shane Al Kanhai
Jonathan Allard
Joshua Allen
Eduardo:Almeida
Yesenia Alvarado
Paula Alyarez
Djeff Alverseau
Heloise Amancio
Fernando Amarante
Elisabeth Amaro
Bryant Amaya
Teresa Ambrosino
Alexander Ane
Paola Anneus
Natasha Artonovich
Sandra Arias
Timolhy Ariza
Shala Armotrading
Gregory Armstrong
Emily Arthur
Nour Asfanr
SCourtney Ashcraft
Hulkar Ataboyeva
Lauren Atcheson
Mercedes Ausina
Arie Ausiin
Brie Austin
Paul Austin
SMichael Aviles
Afal Awad
Alberto Ayaia
Johnathan Aybar
Daniel Baker
Teresa Baker
Lalithia Baldwin
Hilda Barrera
SChristina Barren
Tonya Bartley
Scott Basten
Nadia Battle
Tiffany Baumer'
Allison Baznik
Darrien Beacham
Fallon Beacham
SRachelle Beauvoir
Gusttavo Behrens
Jerusalem Belai
SGiselle Bellas
Zohair Benbrahim
S Meriem Bendadou
Jesse Bennett
SGwynneth Bensen
Filipa Bento
Jorge Bernal.
John Bertrand
Kenson Bertrand
SShannon Bess
Kendall Bessellieu
Dawood Bharmal
Wilson Bienaime
SCourtney Bigum
Danielle Birkbeck
Hannah Bizri
Christian Bocicault
Krista Marie Bono
SChristopher Boone
Sasha Boone :
Dara Boudreau
Elvira Bouriak
Angelica Bourque
Ashley Bowen
Michael Bracetti
Jacob Bradbury '
Charles Brandt
Johnny Braswell
S Philip Breed
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Greg Bridge
Spencer Bridges
Bryan Brinda
Toni Bristow
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The First Academy


Founded 1986
Founded 1986


Altitude

"The longer I lne. the movie I realize the impact of attitude on life
Attitude. to me. is more important than education. than monre\.
than circumstances. than failures. than successes, than appe.uiance.
giftednes's or skill It \ ill make oi bieak 1 conmpian church n-i
home The rerncmkable thing is that we ha\e a choice e\eiy dja re-
gauding the attitude .e \% ill embrace fol thar. da \ We cannot change
oi past \\ e cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain
ax \\We cannot change the ine% able The onl. thing we can do is
pla: on the one suing \%e ha\e. and that is out attitude I mi con-
vinced that IIfe is I0 percent of hat happens to me and O0 percent
ho\ I react to ii.And so it i.s ith you \\e a.e in charge Of of u at-
titude "
-Char les Swindoll

MNi piaei f0oi !ioni as ou leave The First Academn is that your
attitude\ ill he a lelecnon of Chiist. that 'ou % Ill be a smile and
a light to those around iou Rmeember whose ou aje Blessings
as .ou begin a ne\\ adventure.

Carol Gosshans
Principal


Top 1 percent of the class
Cierra Burfield, Alex Kupp,
Lisa DeCubellis, Amanda Posgai,
Kelly Dyer

Senior class officers
President Danielle Lampkin
Vice president David Hanson
Secretary -Chelsea Gebben
Treasurer Alex Kupp
Historian -Kacey Schmidt
Student Council officers
President Lynsey Williamson
Vice president Eric Valdes
Secretary Charlotte Huckleberry
Treasurer Ericka Ware
Chaplain Andrew Brooks

Homecoming royalty
King John Grosshans
Queen Christina Valdes
Mr. and Mrs. TFA
Andrew Brooks and
Lynsey Williamson
Graduation info
May 19, 7:30 p.m.,
at the First Baptist Church, Orlando


GRAD LIST


John Ahn
Kyle Atherton
Tommy Bell
Christel Blackington
Christa Bromhead
Jenna Bromhead
Andrew Brooks
Cierra Burchfield
Abby Cannell
Gabby Claxton
Arla Cook
Lindsey Cotner
Lisa DeCubellis
Katie Dees
Dalton Draper


Kelly Dyer
Kelsey Evans
Kyle Evans
Matthew Freeman
Chelsea Gebben
John Grosshans
David Hanson
Charlotte Huckleberry
Joanna Isaacs
Chris Johnson
Merv Johnson
Aly Johnston
Alex Kupp
Danielle Lampkin
Michelle Llantin


Matthew McEachnie
Melissa McLeod
Matthew McMurtrey
Jake Mitchell
Julie Morse
Rosie Moth
Jeff Nam
Jake Palm
Crystatlyn Park
Tony Patti
Amanda Posgai
Todd Radcliffe
Ashley Rowley
Jessica Rymer
John Sanders


Alexandra Savage
Robin Schindele
Ashley Schinzing
Kacey Schmidt
Faryn Steffan
Ashley Stopperich
Christina Valdes
Eric Valdes
Ericka Ware
Ashley Williams
Kyle Williams
Lynsey Williamson
David Wong
Taylor Young
Stephanie Ziajka


2667 Bruton Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32805


Foundation Academy


Valedictorian
Zach Gates

Salutatorian
Amanda Riker

Homecoming royalty
King Zach Gates
Queen Kristen Bryant

Graduation info
Friday, May 19,7 p.m.
in the sanctuary of
First Baptist Church of
Winter Garden


The administration. faculi and staff at Foundation
AcademN offer sincere congratulations to each mem-
ber of the Class of 20106. We are pleased that you have
been a part of this school program and anticipate that
the Lord \\ ill bless your life, as He has blessed the lives
of so many others who have been a pan of this mirustry.



Ma. God bless you all.
Dr. Russell Richards
Head Mater


We love you and are very proud of you.
"God is going to do great things for you.
Things you can't imagine."
HAB 1:5
Love,
Mom, Dad, Leah, James

FOUNDAl IO ADT-SEMY 0


GILLIAN ROSE LAWRICK
I am so proud of you and your
accomplishments at Dr. Phillips, and I
know Mom is looking down and smiling.
You will do wonderfully at Florida State.
Much love, Dad


JONATHAN
JUDSON CONNELL

Jonathan, you are a wonderful Son
and Grandson! We are so proud
of you and your accomplishments!
You have turned into a fine young
man and we look forward to your
next year at UTI!
Congratulations on Graduation!
Your Grandmother would be
so proud!

We love you very much!
Dad, Mom, Andrew, Caitlin,
Aunt Linda, Gran-Nanny and
Popbear


GRAD LIST

VincentAlexander
Joshua Bishop
Stefanie Bishop
Kristen Bryant
Jeffrey Comtois
Christin Conte
Brittany Dowding
Elizabeth Freeman
Zachary Gates
Scott Homan
Amber Jackson
Joseph Kawwa
Andrea Kosta
Samuel Ostalkiewicz
Jessica Richards
Amanda Riker
Michael Roebke
Amanda Simmons


ARIANA
OCAMPO

Congratulations on Nour
graduation! We are so proud of
you and your accomplishments
As Nou begin your ne%\ Journe.
in life. remember to work hard
and play smart ..your dreams
will become) our reality.

WE LOVE YOU!

Mom, Dad and JJ
Abuelita, Abuelito, Grandma,
Tia and Anthony, Granny,
Pop, Uncle, Aunt Michelle
and Brandon.


125 East Plant Street, Winter Garden, Florida 34787












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PRESTON
Congratulations, you made it.
Just Remember:
Dream what you want to dream
Go where you want to go
Try to be who you really are
Life is too short you
often only get one chance.
Best wishes
We love you...your Family
[o*eSo) .1


BRITNEY COMER


Way to go!
We love you!


Dad, Courtney,
Amy, Allison & Adam

6 *'alfi


TYLER FADENRECHT

God has blessed us with you.
Now we pray God's blessing for you.
"...They will mountup with wings
like eagles."
Isaiah 40:31
We love you Tyler,
Dad, Mom, Tara & Tessa

WES ORNG


AML
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NICOLE TALADAY


Congratulations, Nicole!!
We are very proud of you.
We wish you luck in all you do.
Good luck at the University of
Central Florida.
Love,
Mom, Dad and Chris
0 *'-| n H


JEREMY BUTLER
We are very proud of you!
Remember this... "There is no
such thing as luck. Luck is simply
preparedness meeting opportunity."
Love you bunches!
Uncle Mark, Aunt Nae, Kaetlin,
Gracie and Aiden
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10B The West Orange Times Thursday, May 18, 2006




Montverde Academy


To the Class of 211"t,

Unlike many ho think .you ha\e little to do w ith the plight of the world to-
da\. I sa.\ ours is an unlinuied iesponsibilib y Ne\er in the history o l in\ na-
lion has a generauon of young people stepped out of high school into a norld
so filled nith scienufic knoi ledge. mechanical con\eniences and pioduciion-
sa\ wings technology II is reasonable lo think \ou should d play ,our pajr in such
a world and 1t conmribule lo those vet to come \'e move forsi ajd on the shoul-
ders of those hno preceded us Ne-er v.ere these shoulders higher or the dis-
lance into which we move longer butl move we must

Though ,e send LIou o(ut of the gate, of this community \.n h reluctance. we
;end you \ ith confidence know ing that each of you is \well-prp.ured to meet
the academic nrigos of college. to be posinl\e conmbuuon t1o oiur ne\t coml-
munity and to practice the highest standards of character in ever\ thing that
lou do Though the challenges o1 life shall chisel way a as the sculptor to the
stone, one thing will never change You \aill always be a member of the
Montrcide Academv fanmil On behafofthe Board of Trustees. ifcuir. staff
and alumni. I congratulate you. and I am proud of oou'

To the parents of our semors. I think y ou for your support of our children. for
nvesting in their educauon. for suppormng the school and for establshing a part.
nership w ith us that has allowed us to prepare our children to e\penence the
aorld

Kase. C Kesselnne. B A M Ed
Headmaster. Mont\erde Acadenit


Senior class officers
President Frank Ndongo
from Yaounde, Cameroon
Vice president Anneka Sharma
from High Wycombe, England
Secretary Larry "L.D." Williams
from Yadkinville, N.C.
Treasurer Justin Srivastava
from Tegulcigalpa, Honduras

Student Governmrent officers
President Rexi Rolle
Vice president David Cho

Graduation info
Baccalaureate is
Saturday, May 27, 10 a.m., at
Sandra O. Stephens Fine Arts Center.
Commencement exercises follow
at 1 p.m.


GRAD LIST

Balram Adlakha
Emmanuel Bidias A Moute
Bu-Min Bong
Matthew Guy Bouchenot
Mircio Omar Catoja
Pedro Eduardo Chira
A-Ram Cho
Jung-Moon Choi
Allen Lee Craven
Shaun Alain Decombe-
Hannafin
Stephanie Veronica


Deschamps
Tho Cam Doan
Lindsey Ran-Ee Drnek
Asha Kenara Ford
Diana Roberta Frasier
Ryan Charles Girling
Amanda Katherine
Gloudeman
Caroline Sandrine Grimm
Polly Anna Hlavac
Fu-Yi Hsieh
Ayako Iwai


Daryan Lynn Lashley
Hyoung-Suk Lee
Meng Chu Lin
Szymon Lukasiak
William David Moore III
Franck Patrick Ndongo
Trang Thi Hong Nguyen
Sherrexcia Alexis Rolle
Vanessa Leticia'Sands
Anneka Puja Sharma
Igor Viktorovich Simonov
Geoffrey Darrell Smith


Justin Ramesh
Srivastava
Daniel Patrick Teeter
Elizabeth Joyce
VanLandingham
Tuan Ngoc Vu
Savanna Jane Westwood
Larry Demetrius Williams
Kelsea Wolfe


Post Office Box 17235, Montverde, Florida 34756-0097


Ocoee High


Valedictorian
Kyle Davis

Salutatorian
Tylai Bradford

Student Government officers
President Sindy Morales
VP Academics Tikiya Woulard
VP Classes Maria Hudson
VP Clubs Andy Spencer
VP Student Life Veronica Santana
Treasurer Gabe Santiago
Recording Secretary Carrie Amstutz
Corresponding Secrelary Deby
Argueta,
Historian -Ashley Hawkins
Parliamentarian Hilda Jacobo


GRAD LIST


Rian Abdool
Seghen Abebe
Rachael Agunloye ,
Kyle Reece Albright
Shana Maria Alexander
Judithe Alexis
Mark Alford
Rodrigo Norberto Almeida
Luis Alvarez
Carrie Amstutz
Anthony Anderson .
-leather Anderson
Samaniia Anderson'
SReme Andre
Sherby Augusle
Cory Ault
Snacona Bailey
Tihany Baker
Marcus Aleander Ballard
SMaribel Baralas
Jennifer Barr
Kyle Barr
Coraly Barrios
Brittni Bascombe;
Nashav Batie
Phillip Banen
Samuel Bean
Brian Bell
Melissa Bell
Tirtany Bell
' Deyzhainez Belliard
Aundray Benson
SHector Bergollo
SLalesna Diamond Bernadlne
Bren Bernard
Dionia Maurice Boykin
Tylai Bradford
Sean Breconridge
Porcne Bridges
Sarah Briggs
Heather Jean Brimer
Brittney Brown
Candace Demetria Brown
Daneka Blown
SLa Poncia Brown '
Terrell Brown
Deanna Bryant
Debi Daneta Bryant
SNathaniel Bryan
SAshley Buck
Jonathon Lamar Burnett
Kristina Buller
Jay Lucius Byron
I Mercedes Lanay Caldwell
Thomas Campbell
Kaylia Jusina Cannaay


Steven L.. Cannon
Andrea Melady Caraballo
Cristine Carry
Kelly Marie Carter
David Carvajal
Katie Carvajal
Leah Casey,
LaTicia Janell Cason
Mcgrady Charles,
Myrlande Charles
Courtney Chatman
Angle Arasely Cnave
Emily Church
Trevon Clayton
Melinda Clevenger '?
Darius Coakley
Bianca Cochrell
Belinda Marie Colon
Nicole Elizabeth Conklin
Chiiisa Conner
Dustin Cook
SGregory Eric Cook-
Daniel Robert Cooper
Bradley Wayne Corbin
Dronelli Ratael Correa
Justin Scon Co:.
Jessica Cruz
Bri any Culver
Edward Cupidan
Christina Lynn Curry
Octavia Cyprian
Brennen Daly
Gary Daugnery
Amanda Davis
Kelvin Davis. ,
Kyle Moore Davis .
Jesus Ismael Delgado
Abigail Delva
Robert Demps
Jennifer Denharl
Jenell Lashay Dennard
Jessa Marie Derepenligny
Benjamin Detry
Brandi Anne Dia
Cesar Diaz
Breeanna Dickey
Jean Wally Dlvra
Trang Thuy Do
SJenniler Morgan Doctor
Amanda Drennen
Tiffany Theresa Duberry
S Tiffany Ann Dunlord
Ebonl Dunslon
Heather Durrance
' Ysean Duty
Daniel Dyer


Sean Egboro'
Rosemura Elysee
Jasmine Rene Engle
Hatem Eriste
Terrell Irving Evans
Andreka Fair
Latreka Rashawn Fair
Timothy Colten Fake
Candace Renee Farmer
Sherrie Gae Fearon
lia3 Fernandez
Joseph Fils
'aritza Florenciani
Aquien Jerell Flowers
Loudwege Wedna Francois
Tabatha Sierra Frink
Adrian Galvan
Jusin Ganga
Angeline Garcia
Daniel Garcia
Christina Gardetz
Daniel Garriga
Jason Gayle
Sheena Gelaika
Brian George
Andrew James Glander
Danny Godfrey
Eric David Gomez
Leosary Gonell
Dacia Lauren Gonzales
Adonis Florecila Gonzalez
Bienda Gonzalez
Manuel Gonzalez
Monica Gonzale;-Sanchez
SNavindra Gopaul
Ale.andra Gordon
Kedon Kamar Granl
SCrystal Gray
Maebrina Gray
Rebekah Marie Griffith
S Joshua Matthew Guillemetle
Scott Hallock
Darius Hardemon
Katherine Elizabeth Hardiman
SMattie Harris
Michelle Hawkins
David Alan Hayes
Solange Gianni Hayes
Samuel Haynes
Jennifer Shea Henry
SLuls Herrara
Curtis Hicks
Heather Nickole Hlgginbotham
Elizabeth Lin Hodges
.. Austin Holbrook
Candlce ReSnay Holden


ior Senators
rdee Ramasar
SAbdool
rina Keller
th Alexis
cia Cason
Fernandez

becoming royalty-
- Terrell Evans
en Daneka Brown

m royalty
S- Carlos Vazquez
en Shana Alexander

duation info
inesday, May 17,7 p.m., at the Milk,
se at Disney's Wide World of Sports







Christian Kyle Honeycutt
Kristen Houston
Maria Hudson
Man. Huynh
William Huzzie
Antoinette Jackson
Malcolm Jackson
Nicholas Jackson
Hilda Jacobo
Devika Jagmohan
Socrate Janvier
Venecia Monique Jenkins.
Jafonsb Jennings
Stephanie Mane Jimenez-Alvarez
Danielle Johnson
Melissa Johnson
'Stephen Johnson
"errence Johnson
William Johnston
Andre H. Jones
Reshard Jones-Haynes
::Fanela Joseph
Holson Joseph
Patrick Raoul Joseph'
Rocia Jiaiez
Jordin Keith
Jessica Keller
Ashley Kellyman
Daniel Kemmis
Brian Kierstead
Kara King
Alan Kuss
Holly Laatsch
Maggie Eli;abeth Land
Vanessa Laplante
SJose Murat Lazarrre
Hieu Le
SSteven Charles Lee.
Natalie LeGrand
Matthew Jared Lemonakis
Rene Leon .
ChadWick Leonard
Crysiai Marie Levell
Cassie Libene
Elizabeth Liskey
Daniel Long
GabrielaAlejandra Lope
Maricela Lopez
Mernise Saintane Lubin
Hiy Luong
Preston Lee Madewell
Jared Mahler
Christopher Malinowski
Markee Manning
Haley Marbais
Kevin Mathew


Dear Seniors.

Where do I begin' Hoa do I jddres the First Clas' of the Re-e.iabished Ocoee High School Ho,' Jo I tegin I': share the irr.
mense sense of appreciation that I feel io, ard each and eiery one of \ou who ill l k ihe stage as tile Class of 200ijI Mosl I or
:,oudidn i ha .e o lea.e ,our horie -chool io ar3ien the 'nea 'school ,ou choie To come YO.u had no dea rhr 10 e'.peci here
at Ocoee High. btut [,-.u .came ar,.Nia.

At the end of Dar, I ahen I askel 'ou ahc. 0ou played tor. .iou said Ocoee. ,%.heiher *ou had -ome from Wei; Orange. Apopka.
E' ans.Olympla. Dr Phillipps or another school Youenered thit fuit dui[ as Wiamniorsl Blue Darters. Trolans. TiTns. Panthers and
a iariet. ot other greal si mbils,, but when ,ou lefti ln asjt da. \,u ioo:k on the marndte of being a Krugri notl jut any knight.
hut the 'er, firs Krughrs You o ore \our colors h dnd r clorran scruor shirts i th class. In tac t. eer'rhing thaflt ou did this
year. ioudid Firsl Cla.Es Early on I meti nh .\u and askcd That you help me educaie the undercla.smien on a hat ii nold mejal
io be a, Knight. and)iour. lk the role senously Dunng thos ruistl weeks of gre.I ng pains. it Aasi the sruor class that brought our
school together qucklJ Thai a til saia is be one of mi, proudest memories of iou

I haie had the honor of handing diplomas it, more than 3.0C)u srudensr since I ha.e been a prinnipal Each and ever, one of them
and [heir respecue cl.ssei hahe held d special plaie in m\ heart for one reason or another Like them ,0iU. T:0. .ill .ilajNis hold
a fond memory for me Our school's sion that Eterv Srudieni \iall Graduaie is ell on iIs 'way V n th u is senior class You 1i
al'as ibe FirstCl,' 1 me

I can only hope that as I ha\e served as your pnnuipal. I hj.e ser ed y iu to that same high standard thari i u sei for \ourselie 1I
ha\e said tLus before many iumes. and it sums up m) true feelings for \',u I aill mnss ,ou mirs lior rcinforcing mr snt:ong tfai
in our \outh todaii. i an age n hen man ser n he nt 'rld rdoult d nt io shake that faith Ya.u proved ume ind again thai our oud' To10-
d3\ is made up of wonderful. bnght, energetic and ser% ice-onemed people real leaders You achie.ed e.ccllence .n the clas.
room. o:n the athleutc fields. In the fine arts. in our corrnmuninr and in .)tour rk e\perences I amn trul,, thankful o I .e in a co:rm
munir' where our Noung people do so 'ell and I can be so proud

As always. I %ant to end b\ s3aing thank -ou to everyone a ho has helped to make our school such J wonderful comrjurory in.
!tiru.on in our first 'ear Our Teachers.clencal siaft. admnirustraio.rs. school resource officer'. bus dnsers. custodian-. caetena w.ork.
er.. parents. olunieers. conmmunur partners and. most imponranil>. you. our stidenrs. each make our school a better place You
are all appreciated a s \ou help ui 1o m'.e e ier, ruure studeri to heree "e are alh the first cla s of Ocoee High School gradu-
auon Have a good life. seniors I love ou and a ill miss ever one of \ou

Sinceiely.

Mike Armnhru-,ter
Pliincipdl


Leigh Arthur Mathisen
Lee Mays,
Dylan McCroan
Conica McElyea
., Kareem McGregor .
Octavia McKinney
Willis Leonard McPhee III
Brandon McVav
Dario Meleridez
Ashley Cyndell Melton
STimothy Mercado
Matthew Menens
Ashley Mezime
Jennier Clare Moeglin
James Moncriel
Bonite Monplaisir
Samuel Montalvo
Sindy Morales
William Musial
Barbara E. Navarro
Melissa Navarro
Joel Nelson
Trung Nguyen.
Ryan Nickerson
Jennifer Lynn Noiseaux
Bonny O'Connor
Ariana Elizabeth Ocampo
George Oliver
SStarleen Olivier
Angela Nicole Opsahl
Christian Orr
Jasmine Jamone Orr
Lysandra.Ortiz .
Quinn Outing
Yolany Mariely Padilla
Sara Pambuan
Erika Parks
Kayla Parrish
Ashley Kamille Pate
Elizabeth.Paulino
Courtney Elizabeth Peavy
Measha llelen Pekard
Adrian Pena
SSophie Marie Pendergast


Takisha Penn
Karol Perez
* Amanda Persaud
Edgardo Jose Pesante
Jacmar Pierre-Louis
SLakeisha Shanae Poole
Ashana Prashad
David Preval
Rachel Printemps
Kristopher Purs[ey
Colin Pusey ,
Collena Elizabeth Pusey
Christopher Quarterman
Sarah Elise Quinones
Sean Rainer
Azurdee Ramasar
Anna Ramessar
Patrick Henry Ramirez
Andres Rangel
. Steve Rattan
Ashley Showdell Reames
Zumailyn Reinoso
Latoya Reio
Wilfredo Retegius
Melissa Reyes
Rachel Lee Reynolds -
Andre Richards
Nikki Michelle Rinehart
Anthony Rios
Nicole Ritz
Jeremy Roach
Eugenie Rocher
Porsha Roddy
Donald Marvelle Rodgers
Alejandro Rodriguez
Jacqueline Rodriguez
Jillian Rokowski
Ashley Annette Romano,
Elias Romero
Christian Rosado
Kimberly Ane Rosado
Joshua Rose
Kenneth Rosetta
Turbores Tyrone Saffold


Marie L. Saint Jean
Josann Patrice Samuel
Candelaria Sandoval
Veronica Santana
Bruceeric Santiago
Christopher Michael Santos
Ginamarie Saravo
Christopher Anthony Scarlata
Kaley Schroeder
Kristin Rae Schroeder
Daniel Satyanand Seegobin
Tasheem Selwood
Maria Del'Rosario Serrano
Tyneil Seteram
William Madison Shack
Pierre Sharks .
Precious Shealey
Timothy Wayne Shell
Hailong Shen
Vakneesheia Janey Shinn
.Sherry Sholock
Kiah 6havon Simmons
Anthony Rodney Sinclair
Antonya Smith
Ashley J. Smith
Taylor Smith
Tina Marie Smith
Dennis Drew Smith-Narehood
Lynnsay Marie Soehren
Austin Carew Solomon
Hailee Solomon
Jessica Spaid
Andrew Spencer
Se Abaja Spencer
Meagan Nicole Squartino
Courtney Sabrina St. Charles
Corey Staten
Tina Stennett
Moses Stevens
Shekeria Stewart
Ashley Nicole Stiefel
Sean'Matthew Still
Charles Stoll
John Story


Damien Taglione
Shana Demetria Taylor
Nakeyia Thomas
Fadia Thompson,
Paul Devon Thompson
Jose Luis Torres
July Torres
Edward James Trader IV
Carlos Vazquez
Cynthia Velez
Omari Vickers
Michelle Villagran
Alexander Villareal
Shykeria Dominique Wade
Molly Walden
Gregory Warren
Ashley Christine Watson
Jamar Rashard West
Aaron Westbrooks
Jacques Cordero Whitaker
Camye White
Marcus White
Sara Joy Elizabeth White
Devaun Wilkerson
Heather Willett
Ashley Williams
Diandra Williams
Stephanie Williams
Patrice Willis-Livermore
Anne Wilsen
Altarius Wilson
Courtney Sherrell Wilson
Benjamin Woodward
Darrell Worrell
Tikiya Sharnise Woulard
David Wright
Shanique Syreta Sashoney Yee
Jin Yu
Lili Zamora


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Olympia


Valedictorians
Jennifer Kaplan, Lori Levin

Salutatorians,
Nicole Armstrong

Senior class officers
President Jeremy Butler
Vice president Tobi Pryor
Secretary -Ryan Lowe
Treasurer David Etchison
Publicist Alejandra Acosta

Student Council officers
President Sabrina Ramirez
Vice president Paige Mitchell
, Secretary Kevin Wu
Treasurer Brandi Culbreth
Historian Randi Reed


Homecoming royalty
King Danny Voss
Queen Makeba Murray

Prom royalty
King Frank Bailey
Queen Kristine Scott

Graduation info
Wednesday, May 17, 3 p.m.,
at the Milk House at Disney's
Wide World of Sports Complex


Dearu Graduates ,._f 2:(1:h1.

As educators. \.e are charged v. ith teaching ou the skills I ou .A ll need to be able to succeed in \our
future education, career and conmunitu\ in oI'.ements. As \ou lea e our school, howe, er. I want to
;idd mn most fervent hope for \ou personal happiness Put something in \our life to: keep ou fo-
cused o.n \ hat is uul\ important farruly. fulfillment and a sense of purpose Choos.e a profession
that uses ;,:oui talents- and skili. \. while allo'. ing \ou the time to eruich .our life iith culture. cl.:e friends
jnd health\ recreation Find heroes in \.ur t\ erdaj\ life and strre to emulate v.hat \ou Jdnure about
them.

You are entering adulthood at a time of great uncertainty\ in our country InIolement in v.ars. ,fers
of domestic l[rrorism and a high cost of livhin hae engendered an almost frenetic pace o life Those
issues .ire sellous and require all of us to pa\ attention. but they don't ha'e to dictate h h. ~ie lte our
li'es Do \our part % hen asked e\en volunteerr for the tough jobs if you are qualified but don't
teel guilty for placing happiness at the top of our priorities. Indeed. ou \\ill not be able to reach \our
full potential in an\ of \oiur endeavors if you do not.

And one last piece of advice take it slo) Enjcoy the moments in \our life. Don't be in a hurr\ to
get tl the "ne\t thing It may seem as if it took you a very long time to reach adulthood, but please
belle\e me \hen I tell ,ou that life seems to go by much faster from here on out. Sa or e ery moment;
clielish eIerN friendship: love fiercely. loy ally and passionately If \ou do all of these things. your life
will trul\ be blessed

Robert NI. Avossa. Ed.S.
Principal


GRAD LIST


Alessandro Abbati
Dalia Abdelmawla
Nicolay S. Abdrakhmanov
Alejandra Victoria Acosta
Robert Adams
Shateria Janelle Addison
Temitope Adebanjo
Jessica Agramonte
Edwin Agudo
Elisa Albines
Saleema R. Alibana
Jamie Lee Alkire
Kelli Lorraine Allen
Ebunolu A. Alugbin ,
Nora Janet Alvarenga
Paulette Alvarez
Vinod Amechand
Sommer Amer
Rosanna Amieva
Harris Ahmed Arisari
Rubia Ansari
Lindsey Joy Apuzzo
Nicole Beverlin Armstrong
Leeanne Alberta Arnold
AshonJabril Artwell Freeman
Jessica M. Asencio
Danielle B. Ashenheim,
Stefanie Elayne Ashley
Erika Lee Askew
Joseph Nicholas Attanasio
Cassandra Noel Auld
Fabioloa Sophia Ayala-Rodriquez
Carlos Aybar
Margie Ayllon
Hany S. Azer
Talyta Sena Azevedo,
Devina Baboolall
Jacqueline M. Bacon
Jonathan V. Bahamonde
Frank Michael Bailey Jr.
Parris Sean Baker
Rebecca Dawn Baker
Amanda Balgobin
Reshma Balmick.
.Carol Tifany Baptise
KristyNicole Barber
Frank Rye Barbour
Octavia G. Barnes
Callie Megari Barrett
LaToya DonSha Barrow
Robert S. Barton
Sean Miclidel Bassit
Micnhel Jerome Banie
SBrandon M Bales
Mannew Beilewecn
Aydub Bekkach
Ross William Belgram
Diana Belizaire
Autavia Pairice Bell
Corbin Bell
Imelda Bello
Guinot Benoit
Alan Jerome Bent
.David Berrios
SMarisabel Berroa
Michael Keith Best
Alexander Billings
Donald R. Birle
Jerome Blake
Nativity Bienvenida Blake
Darrecia D. Blount
Marcela Bom Conselho
Edward B. Booker
Lenia Bordes
Raizza Kathleen Borla
Roanna Bora
Megan Elizabeth Borkes
Tara L. Bowers
Heather Erin Mele Bowles
Chelsea Lynn Bramley
Isabel Branche,
Jamie P. Breslin
Carli Anne Brewer
Christopner Brijbasu
Ryan C Brinson
Evan Brinston ,
Anrl Brits
Corey Broollield
Dianna Mae Broos
Michael Browder
James Ryan Brown
Ryan Brunelie
Jeremy Chad Butler
Brenton Lamar Byrd
Juan Jose Calero
Dana Lee Camacho
Gilbert Manuel Camacho
Danielle Nicole Campbell
Francis Albert Carbone II
Russell Charles Carney
Giselle Omaira Carrasquillo-Diaz


Michael Kevin Carroll Ill
James Daniel Cason
Runy Misael Castillo
David Castrillon
Christina Castro
Catherine Ann Cavinder
Yuri Cervantes
Christopher Cervo
Miriah Lynn Chambers
Sarun Chanakul
Caitlin Elizabeth Chancy
Robert A. Chaney
Tabatha L. Charron
Zachary Daniel Chasteen
Jessica Nicole Chew
Lori Christensen
Stephanie Marie Cinna
Brian Thomas Cipollone
Dishon Clark
Andre Clarke
Starla R. Clay
Flove Clervil
Aaron C. Clossey
John C. Cofrancesco
Chad Cole
Eric James Cole
Jeffery C. Collins Tuibi
Brandon Lee Collison
Brittany Collison
Kimberley Coltrin
Britney Michelle Comer
Erica Hannah Comer
Angelique Alicia Conto
SChristin Cooper
Michael Cooper
Mary Cortellini
Landon Joseph Countryman
Giana Marie Court
Shaun Dallas Cox,
Andrew Lucian Cravey
Alicia Megan Crowe
Jessica Elena Cruz .
SKalina Cruz
SLawrence Stuart Miciano Cruz
Brandi Nicole Culbreth
Adam Curningham
Lisa Curtis
Michael Darden
Adam D, Daugherty
Michael R. Davidson
'Lucia N. Davila .
Sandra A Davila
SJeraud Lamar Davis
Rubens Moreira De Carvalho
Laura L. De Clercq Zubli
Sean Degarden
Charles Dejohnette
Aubry C. Delage
Chloe Jean Delprete
Courtney Jo Dennison
Samuel J; Denny
Gregory Desire
Sarah Elizabeth Deska
Santiago Diaz
Victoria Elizabeth Diaz .
Jennilei Michele Dippel
Brittany Anne Dobbs
David Peter Dojcsak
Taylor Blair Donohoo
lan Dookram.
Maria Doytchinova
Hasenda Dukhi
Jessica Lynn Duncan
Kelly Erin Duncan
Katie C. Dunn
HenryDuong, ,
Ana Siobhan Duperval
Lauren Sitara Duran
Simone Olivia Dules
Caitlin Rose Dutton
Hugline Duveillaume
Saran Kristine Eddy
Robert Bradley Edelen
Justin Steven Edwards
Kevin Edwards
Morgan Ray Eld
Alvin ElkersonJr
Kayla Charmese Elliott
Taisna English
Britteney Nicole Esleves -
David Erchison
Giovanni Etienne
Nicole Madeleine Fagg
SAndre Miguel Faleiros
Nathan Farah
Guilherme Farias
Evan Phillip Farnsworth
SJeremy Edward Farwick
Samantha B. Fasnachi
Siddiqua Fatima
Ruben Fernandez


Elizabeth M. Figueroa
Katie A. Fitzgibbon
LaShunda Antoniette Foreman
Joseph P. Foster II
Kelli Ann Franklin
Todd Andre Freeman Jr.
Carl Garrett Freemyer
Alexander K. Fresonke
lan Anthony Frye
Jamilla Gabbidon
Hannah Jane Gacey
Jorge Garcia Resell
Ashley Ann Garrett
Rose Marie Gaset
Dustin L. Genton
Timothy Georgoulis
Kevin Geyer
Ignacio Giambastiani
Kristina Maria Gianni
Shalynn Gill
Juan Esteban Giraldo Hurtado
Erick Gladden
Goran Globarevic
Rajen Goberdhan
Ashley Lauren Godfrey
Rachel Diana Goldberg
Christopher Maurice Golden
Fabian Daniel Gomez
Andres Gonzalez
Claudia Cristina Gonzalez
Crystal Marie Gonzalez
Ana Carolina Gonzalez Bortot
Javona Gonzalez
Erick Gort
Emily Anne Goss
Adam Peter Goth
Marissa Graham
Gary Greenwood
Allen E. Greggs
Leighann Ashlee Griffin
Cathleen Mary Griffith
Clinton Tyler Griffith
Matthew Robert Grimes
Alexandra Nicole Grizzle
Matthew Justin Groff
Jose Guzman
Nehemiah T..Hagwood Jr.
Brandt Wesley Hall
Mahmmoud Hamdan
Gretchen Irene Hamm
Kimberly Hankins
Elise Ruth Hanson
.Bianca Harding
Michael William Harman
Barbara Elaine Harris '
Jeremy Evan Harris
Kyle Harris
Roxanne Lauren Harris
Shavonda T Harris
Joseph Edward Harrod
Jared Cooper Hart
Renea Nichole Hartley
Jordan Thomas Harvey
Samuel Kemper Harwood
Samira Sabrina Hassan
Gregory Ford Hauenstein
'Kelsey.Nichole Hawkins
Andrew Russell Hazelrigg
Neon Orlando Heaven
TaCara D. Heggs
Lisa Hendry
Antonio Tyrone Henry
Hilroy Henry
Marc Anthony'Henry
William Douglas Henslee Jr.
Jasmine. Hernandez
Stephanie Faye Herring.
Jessica Hichborn

, Brittany Hinckley
Taylor M. Hitchcock
SAshley Hobson
Adami Hopkins
Ashley Hopkins
Ashley Broole Horner
Shaun Paul Pasion Hornilla
Melissa Jean Hosier
Lee Joseph Howard
Lorenzo A. Howell'Jr.
Kaitlin Marie Hughes
George W. Hughes IV
Jessica Nicole Hunter
Jennifer Lynne Hurless
Lyndsey Paige Huskisson
Siramid Iglesias
:Minwoo James lm
Amanda K Inman
Mohamed Riaz Inshan
Saudia Ishmael
S .Holly Nicole Ismer
Annelia Itwaru
Krista Marie Jackson


Rebecca Jackson
Gregory Vonzell Jackson Jr.
Kevin L. Jaikaran
Jeffrey Glester James
Matthew James
Nadia Ivette Jarquin
Bryan Jarrett
David A. Jattan
Shauna Miriahi Javar
Berline Judith Jean Baptiste
Justin Allen Ross Jirau
Lindsey Erin Johnson
Rockashabour Johnson
Kathryn E. Johnston
Marcus B. Jolly
Marquis B. Jolly
Andrew Titus Jones
Christopher Jones
Douglas, Zachary Jones
Shani Carissa Jones
Victoria Felicia Jones
Christina Catherine Jordan
Heather Marie Jordan
Robert Jordan
Cassandra Joseph
Preslie Joseph
Steven Joseph
Margaret Ann Jowett
Jennifer S. Kaplan
Benjamin Gregory Karl
Thomas James Karr
Timothy Woodrow Kaskey
Amy Claire Kassar -
Matthew John Kaszuba
Avanti Reddy Katkam
Amanda Christine Katsch
Ashley.Renee Keaton
Megan Elizabeth Kelberman
Sean Kelley
Monica Joy Kelsey
Decory Jeman Kelso
Sunil Keshwah
Jennifer Kha
Tifany Khakdoust
Ahmed Khan
Ju Li Kim
Kevin, Kim
DeMarcus King
Peter J. King
Kavonhe Teawanda Tenisha Kitson
Chad Kittleson
Lauren Klein
Terence'L. Knighi
Lelyn R. Knowlden
Kyle Francis Knox
Sharon Koele
Maria Carolina Koeneke
Sara Kowlessar
Sarah Lindy Kutudis
Lisa Christine Kuykendall
Charles Ladd
John Andrew Ladd
Zachary Thomas Lajoie
Jordan Ray Lamarca
Norman Lamberty
Allison J. Lantang
Christopher Z. Laporta
Jonathan Israel Laracuente
Kyle Gregory Larimer
Robin Ann Layton
Ashley R. Ledbetter
Sean Lee
William Lee
Laurence Thompson Lentz II
Melisa Leppe
Safiya Levers,
Lori Ann Levin
Sebastian Lillo
Olivia Nichole Litvin
Gonzalo D. Loayza
Margarita Lobado
Michael Noah Lockley
Bradley Steven Long
Annalise Lowe
Ryan Thomas Lowe
Yu Lu
David Lugo
Alberto Esteban Lugo IV
Eric Lund
Clara Lutz
Britt Keith Lyle II
H. Joseph Magner
Amrit Manoj Mahabir
Jeffrey Maida
Danielle Nicole Malambri
Myria Danielle Malcolm
Chrisbel Maria Malevski
Vanessa Cristy Malevski
Wesley Mallinger
Adrian Sean Manalo
Crjsten Kahilipua Manantan


Lauren Nichole Mapes
Henrry Christopher Marchant
Alexandria Martin
Ryan Joseph Matacale
Morgan R. Mathis
Tabitha K. Matta
Tony Mc Clendon
Dominic A Mc Intyre
Cassandra McGraw
Dennis James McGuire
Justin Jamil Mclntosh
Taylor McKenzie
Indya Nicole McKnight
.Nathan McMann ,
Morgan Leigh McManus
Laura Michelle Meeks
Agueda Mejia
Andreza Stefany Melilli
Christine Lauren Mendez
Emmanuel Mendez
Mikaela Joseli Mendizabal
Cole Meyer
John Christopher Meyer
Brian Ewart Mighty
Sara Maged Mikhaeil
Nathaniel Paul Miller
Courtney Michelle Mills
LaShonda Glynne Mills
Suzanna Michelle Mills
Ashley Nicole Mitchell
Paige Ashleigh Mitchell
Blakley Simone Mobley
Alisha A. Mohamed
Salema Mohamed
Michele Elizabeth Moonier
Resheena Shuntaye Moore
Francisco Javier Morales
Shaun Anthony Morreale
Mark Morrell
Eduardo Ros Muniz
Makeba Malissa Murray
Ryan T. Murray
Jonathan Scott Muszynski
Jessica Carol-Anne Naasz
Natasha.Angelica Napoliello
Michael Naranjo
Jessica A. Nardulli
Cristian Carlos Narvaez
Travis Christopher Nead
Eric Nelson
Anna Jacquelyn Nething
Ashley Marie Newham
Ryan Harris Newman
Dionne Newton
Jamila Nghiri
Dieu Thuy Nguyen
Duy Kha Nguyen
Janeen Kimberly Nieves
Ramvineeth Nitta
Cameron North
Quanisha Austina Nugent
Farhana Nuzhat
Jeremiah O'Sullivan
Tanicia Oliver
Rachael M. Olivier
Christopher Todd Olson
Meghan Oneill
Erin Casey Osborne
Caitlin Patricia Ott
Emily Ott
Ashley Paige Owen
Shantelle Denise Owens
Kelly Renee Ozburn
Susan Marie Padilla
Herbert Paillant
Alonzo Wayne Palmer
Igmedio Pantaleon
Thomas Carmen Pape
Remal Patel ,
Roma Arvind Patel
Sunny J. Patel
Sunny H. Patel
Demetrius Antoine Paymayesh
Richard C. Pearl
Christopher Frank Peluso
Margaret Pena
Bianca Marie Penaylillo
Laureano D. Peralta- Rivera
Ricardo H. Perez
Tabitha Denise Perez
Maxwell Matthias Petrisin
Julie Ann Pfaff
Eric B. Phelps
Lindsey Jane.Phillips
Thanapat Phoolsuk
Heidy Zulay Pichardo
Aldrin P. Pineda
Jeannie J. Pineda
Maria Del Pilar Pineda
Jennifer Denise Pollard
Lauren DeCara Pollock


Lauren K. Ponko
Justin R. Potter
Katherine Jennings Precht
Malin Pasindu Premaratna
Maria Mischel Prestigiacomo
Thomas W. Pringle
Mandy Leigh Protheroe
Shelley Lynn Pryer
Fred Hunter Pryor
Tobi Lee Pryor
Chad Walley Ragbasingh
Seeta Ragoonanan
Vijay .Ramdass
Sabrina Ramirez
Michael 0. Rana
David J. Raney
Tyrique Bernard Rashid
Christopher James Re
Wesley Adam Redmond
Randi Lee Reed
Blaine Taylor Reese
Nikki C. Reid
Andrew Scot Resnick
Timothy Michael Rising
Eric Rivera
Jeff Anthony Rivera
Pamela Rivera Maldonado
Patrick D. Robinson
Aldo Rodriguez
Gabriel G. Rodriguez
Ileana C. Rodriguez
Jennifer Nicole Rodriguez
Steven D. Rodriguez.
Jennifer Marie Rogers
Jennifer Christine Rolek
Livia Romero
Jose Manuel Romero Flores
Sophia Evangelina Rosario
Melisa Pamela Rossi
Arya Rostampour
Shandell Christopher Rouse
Alexander A. Rozier
Chenavia Necole Ruffin
Maria C. Ruiz
Rogelio Ruiz
Dyquisha Sarnee Rutherford
William Ryan
Arthur Henry Sadler
Naeem Sain
Fatima Saleh
Juan Sanchez
Matthew Sanders
Kevin Sandkuhl
Wilfredo Santiago
Carlos A. Santisteban
Rafael Santos,
Madeleine C. Santos Nahmens
Jessicai Lynn Saultz
Kevin Sawyer
Mark Herman Schierloh
James Schiller
Jayson A. Schor
Kristine L. Scott
Amber Lynn Senser
Kenny Sepulveda
Jeffrey William Serra .
Celina Shadik
Mark William Shaffer
Brent Michael Bennett Sheppard
Alexandra D. Sherman
Jillian MacKenzie Shiver
Stephen Andrew Shuba
Grant Joseph Siggins
Cristan Ombac Silan
Alvaro Michael Silva
Alexander T. Simpson
Shandon Sims
Chad Sinaswee
Jacqueline Vanessa Singh
Jaime Victoria Singh
Priyanka Singh
Shaun Rishi Singh
Amber Marie Skawinski
Stephanie Carroll Skipper
Madison Nicole Sloop
Jamar Smith
Lauren Lee Smith
S. Aaron Smith
Tabitha RaChelle Smith
Alexandre Luporini Soares
Devon D. Sobers
Malcolm R. Solomon
Javaris Lee Speight
Anne Lauren Sprick
Kenneth Francis Squazzo Jr.
Stefanie Michele Stafford
Kendra LaVonne Stevens
Erin Stoltz
Heather Marie Strahm
Michael Strohecker
Benjamin Strombeck


Allison Christine Sudik
Caitlin Julia Sullivan
Carley M. Sullivan
Brandon Summers
Aamir Surana
Matthew L. Sutherland
Blake Sweeney
Courtney Swift
Nicole Marie Taladay
Ezequiel Tavarez
Alan J. Taveras
Christopher Thomas Taylor
Ercell Taylor
Otis D. Taylor
Sylaisha Ivy Taylor
Brian Raffaele Teeter
Maria Angelica Tejada
Lilian T. Tetzlaff
Carly Elizabeth Theis
Michael L. Thomas
James E. Thomas III.
Kimberly Elizabeth Thompson
Neil Ryan Thompson
Tasha Marie Thompson
Allen Tillman
John Tolbert
Ltesia Rachelle Tomlinson
Cody David Tompkins
Naomi T. Ton
Diana Toolsee
Janelly Torres
Jonathan Torres
Armando Joel Torres Jr.
Melissa Marie Tortorella
Lindsey M. Tosoni
Patricia Totorica
Elizabeth Anne Townsend
Thanh Lan Tran
Brian Trujillo
Laquanna Trusty
Gregory F. Tucker
Talia Turley
Carlos Antoine Urizar
Christopher Vaccarino
Eddie Robert Vale
Christopher Julian Valle
Kellysha M. Vazquez
Aldo Velasquez
Monica Nicole Viamontes
Nicholas E. Vidic
Andrea N. Vila
Nicholas Thomas Vinciguerra
Allison A. Vinueza
Daniel Stephen Voss
David Marcus Walker
Eric M. Walls
Jeffrey A. Walters
Terrell Walton
Michael Frank Wandtke
Joe Xiaozhou Wang
Allison Darcy Ward
Christopher Rashad Ward
Latasha N. Ward
Trinealiea J. Ward
Christopher M. Warren
Kenneth Dell Washington
Carolina Wassmer
Kevin Weaver
Britney Nicole Wells
Ashley Elizabeth West
Elizabeth Whidden
Lana P. White
Eric Whitlock
Lauren Elizabeth Whitt
Jeremy Whittaker
Ronn Michael Whittaker
Kelly Elizabeth Wiedenbeck
Greg Wilhoyte
Alexander Loren Wilkins
Anthony Williams
Deborah Denise Williams
Kody Elizabeth Williams
Schaenon Demetrius Williams
Brittany Melinda Willis
Sadra Martel Wilson
Randall Alexander Winkler
Kevin Wu
,Bias Antonio Yaselli
Daniel A. Young
Andres Felipe Zafra
Rica Zantua
Richard Louis Zarth


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12B The West Orange Times Thursday, May 18, 2006




West Orange


Valedictorians
Ting Zou, Christian Garland, Athena
White, Lisa Thatcher, Jennifer Black

Salutatorian
Michael Letanosky

Senior class officers
President Alexa Vitaliano
Vice president Charlene Charles
Secretary -Ashley Umstead
Treasurer-- Ramone Williams
Historian Jenn Bals
Parliamentarian Joy Celestin


GRAD LIST
Cecelia Grace Abdulkader
Gerardo Enrique Acevedo
Gustavo Andres Acevedo
Danny Acosta
Brian Alano
Victoria Marie Aldred
Jessica Lynn Alexander
Ashley-Alexis Ingram Alfred
Scherina Alli
Saudia Aleea Ally
Christina Anne Alonso
Casey Elizabeth Alonzo
Aceline Alusca
Ramfis Alvarez
Keaton Garland Ammons
Jacob Aaron Anderson
Lauren Nicole Anderson
Elideisy Ariza
Kristin Marie Arnold
Ismael Andres Astaiza
Ellie Marie Avant
Crystal Gale Bagley
Alejandro Salomon Bajares
Corrine Jennifer Baker
Katherine Suzanne Baker
Jennifer Lynn Bals
Corey Michael Banks
Scott Alan Banta
Megan Elizabeth Bass
Darlene Erin Batchelor
Rebekah Lynn Bauer
Stephanie Marie Bean
Alyssa Christine Beaulieu
Lauren Leslie Beck
Courtney Elizabeth Beeler
Tracey Beepath
Felicia Renee Bell
Robyn Scott Belzer
Astacia Shebeky Bender
Travis James Bennett
Yannick Wayne Bennett
William Andrew Bertotti
Christie Marrhe Black
Jennifer Michele Black
Brittany Elouise Blackmon
Lee Edward Blake Jr.
Giovanni Blanco
Rodricka Idella Bob
Satyawatti Boodram
Corey Michael Boos
Patrick Joseph Boos
Alex Christopher Booth
Sylvia Karolina Bosela
Alyshia Ann Bottomley
Phonepaseuth Christina Bounsanga
Alyinth Georgiana Bowen
Kena Danielle Annette Bracey
Jessica D Bradford
Len Robert Bradshaw
Roger Fuller Brady
Ashli Nicole Britton
Veronica Brothers
Ambrion Brown
Ceslee Alexandra Brown
Christopher Anthony Brown
Donald Kyle Brown
Timothy Lee Brown
Adelle Brunson
Calandra Yarsha Bryant
Thi Man No Bui
Robert Lee Burbage
Rosemary Marie Burke
Tony George TeRon Burkhalter
Danilo Garcia Burmann
Danielle Elizabeth Ann Burnett
Courtney Joanna Burrows
Jessica Sherrie Butler
Brett Alexander Buxbaum
Heather Nicole Caamano
Alberto Cabrera
Gretter Cabrera
Xi'aJerae Callier
Hudson Capi,
Jamison Michael Carlson
Luis Samuel Carmona
Robert Steven Carmona
Federico Carrasco Rios.
Matthew Richard Carter
Timothy Seth Carter
Martin Casanova
Andres David Castellanos
Jeny Vanessa Castillo
Joy Wildlyne Celestin
Joseph Lee Cervoni
Sara Michelle Chan
Chelsea Renee Chapman
Charline Adulle Charles
Ashley Maree Chatburn
Amber Renee Chatham
Neil K Chetram
Tala Ashley Chin
Dale Pietro Chisena


Wai K Chu
Chadwick Mahendrana Chunoo
Maria Isabel Cisneros
Andrew William Ciullo
Brittany Morgan Clark
Christopher Charles Cleveland
Keyalli Alberta Coates
Wendell Renard Coates
Felicia Rae Coffel
Christopher James Collins
Grisell Colon
Marcia Rosa Colon
Amanda Joyce Conkling
Jonathan Judson Connell
Cheyanne Dominique Conyers
Danielle Coon
Joshua Joel Cordero
Crystal Correa
Carolyn Mi'Chaela Cotton
Sarah Ranae Couch
Tiffany Ann Cowan
Kyra Renae Criss
Danielle Nicole Crossley
Steven Andrew Crudele
Angel Cruz
Tyrone Denell Curnell
Christopher Brian D'Argenio
Kevin Lawton DaCosta
Elizabeth Uyen Kha Dang
Kathrine Aya Daniel
Kereece Nakisha Dare
Danielle Marie Dart
Alexzan Daswani
Elsa Marcela Davila
Avery Davis
Megan Michelle Dawson
Christopher Dalton Denosky
Brittainy Alyce Derden .
Leticia Irene De Roo
Robert Ryan Deweese
Jenalee Dewey
Cameron Timothy Dewitt
Misael Anthony Diaz
Regina Diaz
Jesse James Dillon
John Michael Diniscia
Megan Danielle Dixon
Katherine Ann Docton
Josue David Dones
Patrick James Dovale
Ryan Oliver Doyon
Brittany Nicole Drost
My Chau Kim Duong
Eric Ryan Duppenthaler
KaffertiGraylan Durham
Courtney Alexandra Earnest
Me Kel Edwards
Thomas Joseph Eichelberger
SIsaelis Enriquez
Chandnani Kumarie Esar
Kimberly Esardial
Hope Marie Sodusta Escobar
Emmanuella Valencia Eustache
Peter Chase Eveleth
Amanda Elizabeth Everett
Yveka Exantus .
Tyler Douglas Fadenrecht
Scott Edmond Fanfan
Brandon David Farlow
Desiree N Farnum
Caitlin Michelle Fawbush
Alicia Marie'Felix
Bianca Renee Fellows
Levi David Ferguson
Nathaniel Filmore Jr.
Samantha Rae Fischbach
Trisha Lynn Fleming
Vanessa Crystal Fleming
Marcus Denver Fleurima
Marian Flores
Lewis Fontana
Amanda Marie Fore
Jeffrey Paul Forrest
Jennifer Franco
Daniel Isaiah Franklin
Willie Charles Franklin
Stephanie Yadiris Frias
Shayne Michael Frost
Victoria Cruz Gagarin
Mariana Araujo Gaglianone
Brian Daniel Gaines
Christian Lee Garland
Keeona Lynell Garner
Ashley Elizabeth Garrick
Natasha Emile Gaye
Thomas Gehring
David Scott Gensler
David Bruce Gentilella
Rallia M Gettings
Caitlin Delanie Gilson
Lawrence Givens .
Nikole Angelic Glenn


Ricardo Jose Gomez
Kathrina Rose Reyes Gonzales
Edgard Ruben Gonzalez
Estevan Hardy Gonzalez
Herman Luis Gonzalez
Imran Goolmohamed
Mary Kathleen Gooseman
Kathryn Victoria Gordon
Yaprece Michell Gordon
Christine Marie Gorman
Mary Elizabeth Gould
Shaeena Lakendra Grace
Cortney Marie Graham
DinavianDuboris Grant
Michael Paul Gray
Ambri Unique Green
Donovan Antoine Green
Jeremy Charles Green
Keri Sue Greene
Harrison David Grogan
Daniel lan Guck
Lucas Travis Guida
Jennifer Delilah Gutierrez-Garcia
Samantha Blake Haas
Willie Edward Hamilton
Dina Michael Handileh
Kristin Ann Hankins .
Megan Michelle Hankins
Ebony Ryan Hanley
Rebecca S Haniff
David Wade Hardy
Jonathan C Hargrove
Melissa Laquinta Harp
Haleigh R Harper
Kaitlin Patrice Harris
Sabrina Renee Hartsfield
Laura Elizabeth Hawthorne
Jordan Dean Hayes
Shannon Joyce Hayghe
Kevin Patrick Hayward
Bryan Edward Hazelett
Katie Lynn Heatherman
Shawn Paul Hebbeler
Selby Diana Hemmans
Britney Tena Hendrix
Alexander Henry
Alexis George Hernandez
Miguel Angel Hernandez
Juan Hernandez
Nathaly Mari Hernandez
Norma Luz Hernandez
Tellan Courtney Heyward
Maxwell Michael Hilend
Joseph Hill
Kevin Randall Hill /
Dustin Andrew Hodges
Noah Carl Holder
Anjerica Breyon Holley
Kristie Patrice Holley
Stacey Brianne Holley
Raymond Holmes
Jillian Ann Holton
Jamie Danielle Holzworth
Carvest Leon Home
Katharin Maree Horton
Scott Thomas Horvath
Matthew Frank Howell
Adam Kennedy Hunt
Daniel Taylor Hunting
Bentley Stafford Hylton
Diana Roseana Ibrahim
Aaron Michael Isaacs
Felisha Nicole Jackson
Louis Leo Jackson
Varendra Jamwant
Danielle Jaramillo
Galo Andres Jaramillo
Eddie Pernell Jenkins
Daniel Allen Jennings
*Luis Alberto Jimenez
Brandin James Johnson
David Adam Johnson
Justin Michael Johnson
Lindsey Ann Johnson
Whitney Nicole Johnson
Eric Glenn Joiner
Eric Donte' Jones
Joshua David Jones
Malcolm Jamaal Jones
Robert Earl Jones
Ryan Scott Jones
Savannah Faye Jones
Richard Lee Jordan
Jennifer Jourdan
Joshua Jesus Juliao
Brittnie Cheree Keene
Craven Matthew Kelly
Heather Renee Kelly
Joshua Ryan Kelly
Laura Elizabeth Kendrick
Rehman Hussain Khan
Wakeel Khan


Student Council officers
President Jordan Sabat
Vice president Natasha Gaye
Secretary Rosemary Persaud
Treasurer Jennifer Wiant

Homecoming royalty
King Durell Soloman
Queen Kristie Holley

Prom royalty
King Lee Blake
Queen Ramone Williams

Graduation info
Thursday, May 18, 8 p.m.
at the University of Central Florida
Arena




Jonathan Howard Kidd
Cody Rosemarie Kimmel
Cristin Renee Kinderdine
Jo Anne Patrice Kitson
Travis Michael Klein
Kristopher Kleinschmidt
Asham kurtu
Meghan Leigh LaGrange
Matthew Calvin Lambert
Michael Adam Lapp
Vy Thao Thi Le
Ryan Scott Ledford
Athena Lanise Lee
Deanna Lashay Lee
Rupert Michael Leepow
Opal Frances Lehrer
Marliese Marie Leitner
Amber Lee Lemos
Gretchen Ann Lengel
Sarah Juliet Lenning
Teaundre Romearius Leon
Michael Morgan Letanosky
a Nicole Lewandowski
Jenita Tawana Lewis
Rasheim Livingston
Jessie Ann Lokey
Ricardo Andres Lopez
Laura Lee Lovar
Allison Virginia Love
Skoia Lowe
Daniel Elijah Lowery
Dillon J Lowery ,
Michael Wayne Lowery
LeSheryl Lynnette Luckett
Chalin Marie Lukas
Nancy Ann Lyle
Rodney Mack
Hien Thi Mai
Clifford Arthur Marity IV
Laura Martinez
Christopher Maselli
Rachel Elizabeth Mask
Saletha Kentrelle Mathews
Travis Lee Mathews
Ashley Nicole Mathis
Daniel Edward Matthews
Gabriel Uriah Mattos
Jarius Sherrod Maxwell
Kory Robert McDaniel
Dillan Michael McDonald
Anthony McGilveary
Latori Lynee McMillian
Lori Nicole Mears
Dwaine Dudley Melbourne
Waleska Mendez
Alejandro Merizalde
Carla Marie Mesarina
Nelson Joseph Mestril
Valerica Mestril
Tina Lee Milford
Brandy Rae Miratsky
Sarah Doris Mitchel
Jennifer Kelsey Mitnik
Michele Karoline Mixon
James Heath Moncrief
Juanita Monsalve
James Robert Morris
Meredith Christine Morrison
Andrew David Motes
Alison Claire Murphy
Alyson Leigh Murray
Ashley Nichole Mynchenberg
Adam Narain
Erica Elizabeth Narine
Mark Krishna Narine
Christopher David Neely
Alexander Horace Newlon
Christopher James Newlon
Sierra Nicole Noe
Rashelle Nunez
Justin David Oakes ,
Ashley Ann Office ,
Laskmi Buckstone Ogude
Charles Olds
Gina Marie Oliver
Maria Mercedes Orrego
Giovanna Roselia Ortiz
Jose Javier Ortiz
John David Pace
Nargelys Maria Padilla
Nicole Kristel Palmer
Tiffany Lynn Parr
Brooke Suzanne Parris Morgan
Bushra Patail
Krista Renee Paul
Vania Paul
Daniel Payne
Jorge Paz Y Puente
Samantha Kay Pearce
Gabriel Peguero
Nathan Kyle Pelfrey
Randy Pena


Dear Seniors,
Leadership, pride and confidence are just some of the attributes
demonstrated by the West Orange High School graduating class
of 2006. You have displayed all of these during yours years here
at WOHS. As you walk through the halls of West Orange for the
final time, you leave behind laughter, tears, excitement and many
wonderful memories. You are leaving your legacy as seniors.

In addition to the quantifiable accomplishments of your class, we
also commend your efforts in extracurricular involvement. One of
the most rewarding experiences at West Orange High School
comes in the form of involvement. This year's graduating class has
been one of the most proactive groups yet, meaning that anything
you were asked to get involved in or help out with was met with
an overwhelming response. I hope you continue to contribute to
our community through these same venues. Challenge yourself al-
u\%s to grow in aieas \\hele you alieadt e\cel and to attempt
new goals \ ith courage and high expectations

Remember .' We knoiw whai \%e are. but kno%\ not rhat ne may
be." Shakespeare

To the parents of our seniors, I thank \ou for your support ouf our
children. for int testing in their education, for supporting the school
and for establishing a partnership \%ith us that has allowed us to
prepare our children to experience the ,:.,rld

Congratulations. Class of 2006! NM\ best to each and e\er, one of
\Au.

Daniel C. Bucknman. Ed D
Principal


Iris Daliana Perez
Matthew Sonny Perkins
Aruna Persaud
Rosemary Amrita Persaud
Ashley Rena Pettis
Tiffany Marie Phelps
Joelle Philamar
Joseph Pierre Louis
Andrew Ryan Porter
Caleb Dathan Poston Jr.
Barbara Frances Price
Caleb Micah Price
Elizabeth Ann Price
Kelly Elizabeth Prince
Jessica Ehran Probus
Amina Marie Pruitt
James Michael Pullin
Dimaris Quinones
Miguel Rambaran
Mark Anthony Ramdowar
Antonio De Jesus Ramirez
Marixza Ramirez
Crystal Ramos
Keila Ramos
Juan Manuel Rangel
'Kristin Nicole Rawles
William Christophe Remini
Nathan Reyes
Reed Thomas Reynolds
Shaina Marie Reynolds
Charles Jerome Rich
Tara Nicole Richardson
Eduardo Rivera
Jean Pierre Rivera
Onelia Mary Rivera
Cecil Raluchukwu Robertson
Rhaiza Mirelys.Robles
Carla Marie Rodriguez
Christian Omar Rodriguez
Luis Omar Rodriguez
Andrea D Rogers
Brittany Marie Rogers
Ashlinn C Romagnoli
Ricardo Luis Roman
Lucas Albert Romoser
John Thomas Ronco
Lauren Roberta Ronzino
Cynthia Sara Rossi
Oscar Gerardo Rueda
Gil Emmanuel Ruiz
Britaney Danica Rumph
Amber Raquel Rundell
Ryan A Rupnarain
Patrick Neil Ryan
Steven Michael Ryzewsk[i
Jordan Louis Sabat
Amanda Devi Sahadeo
Rolda Saintange
Natalia Virginia Sanchez
Jayson Santiago
Weslie Santiago
Jose Santos
Jose Luis Sarmiento
Shaun Michael Sawko
Amanda Lynn Sayer
Torey Lee Scarbrough
Kevin Andrew Schaefer
Jessica Lauren Schepers-Bennett
Kimberly Jill Scheuerman
Travis Lyle Schmlege
Kenneth Noel Scofield
Alvin Seelall
Jean Elysse Selus
Roberto Serrano
Lindsey Marie Sewell
Sean Paul Shader


Patrick Mitchell Shaw
Julie Ann Sheehan
Jeffrey Shimoskie
Kyung Ho Shin
Albert Silguero
Michelle Kay Sines
Brian Dowshan Singh
Shamiza Singh
Andrea Michelle Slayton
Benjamin Allen Smith
Michal Royce Snider
Durell Antoine Solomon
Gerardo Marcial Solorzano
Natalie Solorzano
Suraj Narine Somaiah
Acrifa Soman
Melissa Sookdeo
Gabriel F Sopena
Jessica Leigh Spear
Lee Speight
Addeline St. Louis
Edline St. Louis
Danielle Lynn Starcevich
Stephan Michael Sterns
Melissa Rochelle Stigall
Brittany Marie Stuart
Charles Swarckof
Gina Fanchon Sylvestre
Denys Consuela Symonette
Ginell Melissa Tait
Paul Edward Tang
Peter Alan Tang
Robert Joseph Tate
Laura Zoe Ann Taylor
Andrew Nelson Terry
Mary Elizabeth Terry
Lakendra Elizabeth Thames
Tommy Ray Thames
Lisa Marie Thatcher
Michelle Nanda Thomas
Simeon Thomas
Hope Thompson
Malcolm Ajani
Thompson
Luis Alberto Tijerina
Thomas Allen
Tomarelli
Stephanie Torres
Phuoc Thien Tran
-Van Anh Thi Tran
Eileen Elizabeth
Travers
Cyrene Lessie Troupe
Heather Rae Tucci
Ashley Nicole
Umstead
Johnny Richie
Valcourt
Sarah Elizabeth
Van Alstine
Susanna Lusya
Van Den Heever
Aslec Vazquez
Jesuel Vazquez
Erica Kathleen Vega
Jose Rodrigo Velez
Myrline Venord
Evelyn Vernet
Mary Lou Villafan
Mery Villena
Alexa Vitaliano
Hayley Jo
Vollenweider
Dexter Waldo
Nicole Nichelle
Walker


Morgan Angela Waterman
Eric Jordan Weiser
Ju'stin Randolph Welds
Adam Patrick Wells
Appling Speakes Wells
Sachet Lynnette Wells
Athena Vanessa White
Alicia Corienne Whitman
Andrea Whitman
Jennifer Lynne Wiant
Arthur Lee Williams
Cameron Jamal Williams
Eric Matthew Williams
Jarius Mycaree Williams
Ramone Faith Williams
Rochelle Candice Williams
Curtis Bernard Willis
Jonathan Ray Wilson
Robere Wilson
Justin Nicholas Windom
Melanie Ann Winter
David Lee Wood
Nareisha Brynel Wright
Nyra Chiquita Yarn
Tamara Zapatero
Pierre Javier Zavala
Phillip Andrew Zeise
.Bret Allen Zielinski
Vanessa R Ziyani
Ting Zou


MICHAEL LOWERY

It's hard to believe you're already
graduating. We are so proud of you and
the man you've become. Remember
to always follow your dreams.
We love you.
Dad, Mom and Cody


MICHAEL LOWERY


Michael, we are so proud of you!
Best of luck to you in your new ventures!
God bless you!

We love you!
Nana & Grandpa Sharr


CHRISTOPHER D'ARGENIO

Seems like yesterday we were
sending you off to nursery school
and here you are graduating high school.
Congratulations! Good luck in college.
We love you!
Mom, Dad & Michael


LAURA HAWTHORNE
Congratulations, Laura!
Trust in God in all your decisions
and let Him guide you as you
pursue your dreams. We are so
proud of you for all that you are.
Love,
All of your family!


JORDAN SABAT
Congratulations, Jordan Sabat!
Make your dreams come true!


Mom, Dad,
Jennifer & Brandon


1625 South Beulah Road, Winter Garden, Florida 34787


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ANDREW

MOTES


Congratulations! We are all so
very proud of you. This is not the
end but just the beginning.
Stay true to yourself. Work hard
and all your dreams will come.
true.


We Love You,


Mom, Dad, Mawmaw Pat,
Dave, PaPa Ked, Aunt Faye
&.Uncle Johnny


HEATHER

TUCCI


You've come
a long way, Baby.
Congratulations
Heather.


Love,
Your family


ELLIE

LISKEY


Congratulations. Ellie.
\W.e are so proud of our little
angel. our little rose
You hae gro\\ n into such a
beautiful. smart soung lad'
AlN. a.s remember to keep God
%\ith \ou in all that \ou do.
And thai God and Erica aie
a\\chmg oei \ou.


\\ c lo\ e \ ou.
Dad, Momrn. Jimt)


WEST ORANGE





Thursday, May 18, 2006 The West Orange Times 13B


STEPHANIE CARROLL
Congratulations, Stephanie,
for not only graduating, but
being part of the first senior
class to ever graduate from
Victory Christian Academy.
We are propd of you!
Pastor Phillips and Staff
i ICOR iSiAL A M


CHRISTOPHER
DALTON DENOSKY
Congratulations, Chris.
We are all so very proud of you.
We know you'll do well this fall
at Gulf Coast University.


I WEST ORANG


KRISTIN KEENER
We are so proud of you and all your
accomplishments! Best wishes at UF!
Work hard, dream big,
and reach for the stars!
We love you!!
Mom, Dad, Nick and Kathryn

3KHIHA D SC


DANIEL N. GARRIGA


Congratulations on your
accomplishments. I'm proud of you
for being a good son and making
good decisions in your life.
We love you!!
Mom & Valerie
[oISio


JESSICA

BRADFORD


Congratulations, Jessica!
We are proud of you
and wish you all the best
this fall at the University
of North Florida!


Love,
Grandma Bradford,
Dad, Mom & Katy


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LAUREN E. WILKINSON
Congratulations!
We are very proud of you and
your accomplishments. Good
luck at UCF. You can always
count on our love and support..
Love,.
Mom, Dad and Sara


CHARLES CRAWFORD
Congratulations. Charles.
for not onlN graduating. but
being part of the first senior
class to e\ er graduate from
Victory Christian Academ\.
We are proud of \ou!
Pastor Phillips and Staff
B R R -A CD


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MARVENS GRANDOIT
Congratulations, Marvens,
for not only graduating, but
being part of the first senior
class to ever graduate from '
Victory Christian Academy.
We are proud of yoe! I .y.o.
Pastor Phillips and Staff ..
VITR HITA' CDM'ETOAG


BRITTNIE

KEENE


Congratulations!
Success is achieved when
we refuse to give up.
We are very proud of your
success and know that
your future is waiting to be
fulfilled with all the success
of your dreams.
We Love You, Britt!

Love,
Your Family


HALEIGH
HARPER

Congratulations, Boo.
We love you and
are so proud, of you!

Love,
Dad, Mom, Katelyn, Taylor,
Mamaw,,Pop and Family.

"Wisdom allows us to know the
difference between what gives us
life and what leads to death"

"Wisdom is supreme therefore
seek wisdom."
Proverbs 4:7


VANESSA

Congratulations, Vanessa, WOHS
Graduate Class of 2006!

You've always been known as a
beautiful, bright, intelligent &
charming young lady & even more
so on the.inside where it mostly
counts. There's really no need to
say how proud we are of you.
You've heard it almost every day
of your life. Continue to pursue
what's really important & all your
efforts will be rewarded...
a hundredfold.

We love you,
Mum &G'Pop


ALISON MURPHY
You brighten the world with your wit,
beautiful smile and gift of music.
You make us proud every day.
Western Carolina is only the beginning!
Ldve,
Dad, Mom and Ron

WErST ORANGE


MICHELE
MIXON


Michele,
From the first day you started
school to the very last, you've
impressed us with your hard work
and dedication. We hope you find
love and happiness in every
situation. Soar the highest
mountains, follow your dreams
wherever they may take you, and
never let anyone stand in your
way. We are so proud of you!

Love,
Mom and Dad


JEREMY BUTLER


Thank you for being the sweet,
'caring and giving person that you
are. We know you are destined.
Sfor great things.
Remember God has given you
talent for a reason; use it to
His glory.
Philippians 4:13

We love you.

Dad, Mom. Josh and Jennifer


MARIA HUDSON
We are .,o proud of y.ou'
This i just the beginning Enloy life
We loe ,: 'u You can do an. thing
Don' sa% m n Europe too long
We'll rmss you.
i, tLo e.
Mom, Dad. James, Heather and Laura
oISo.


ASHL1 BRITTON


You have accomplished so many
things; each challenge has made
you a stronger and better person.
Your future is unlimited.
Dbn't let anything stand in the
way of you reaching your goals.
, There's no limit to what you can
accomplish. Follow your dreams
and enjoy the path you take to
reach them.

We love you,
Mom, Dad, Brandi and Car


MELISSA STIGALL

Congratulations, Melissa!
You are a wonderful daughter
and we are so proud of you!

Love,
Mom & Dex
WES [ORAN-GE


JAMIE DANIELLE

HOLZWORTH

Jamie,

From the moment you were
born we knew you would be
a blessing. We are so proud of
your many accomplishments.
You have made us so proud!
With God in your life we know\
you will continue to succeed.
We love you higher than the
sky and deeper than the sea.

Dad, Mom, & Lindsay


'LAURA Z. TAYLOR
Congratulations on your achievement.
We are very proud of you. With your
faith in God and ihai beautiful mile.
S ou %ill accomplish much
Keep gi ing those haug
Love,
Grandma, Justin; Jared and Uncle Bruce

WEST ORANGE


CHUCK" RICH
Congratulations,
: we're so proud.of you!
Do all things thru Christ.

Love
Mom, Dad, Joshua
and Grandparents
WESTORANG' E


MEGAN GLASS


Congratulations, Megan,
on all your wonderful
achievements thus far.
We are so very proud of you.
You have become such
a beautiful and wonderful
young lady.
We know you will
do fabulously at the
University of Virginia.

We love you!

Dad, Mom and Connor


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SWestside Tech


Graduation info
Monday, May 22, 7 p.m., at
Ocoee High School,
1925 Ocoee Crown Point Parkway


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GRAD LIST
ALLEN, KRISTINE
ALMANDOZ, DHYLLON
AVILES, JOHN
BARRETT, MICHAEL
BLUM,.JOHNNY
BROOKS, DWIGHT
CAMPBELL, PHILIP
SCISNEROS, LETICIA
COLE, JONATHAN
DIAZ, CAROLINA
SDORMAN, KELLY
* ELLIS, CHRISTOPHER
ELLIS, PATRICIA
SFERREE, NINA
SFLORES, JEREMY
; RIEL, ALEXANDER
GARCIA, JORGE
GILLAND, JONW
SGOMEZ, ROLANDO
HALL, ASHLEY
HASTINGS, PORTEDRA
HAYGOOD, JEANNE
HENDERSON, JUSTIN
HOWELL, SCOTTY
HUTCHING, SANDRA
JACKSON, NICHOLAS
JASME,GOODSON
JOLLY, BOCEPHUS
LAROE, VALARIE
LAVIN, JOSE
LIMA, JULIAN


MAHARAJ, NARENDRA
MARTINEZ, JOSE
MASON, CHRISTOPHER
NELSON, GUSTAF
PAYNE, MICHAEL
PENNINGTON, KIMBERLY
PHILLIPS, KRYSTAL
RICHEY, DUSTIN
SCHROTH, SAMUEL
SEGEBART, CHERYL
SMITH, TRISTAN
SMITH, VICTORIA
STUART, SEAN
VARGAS, EMMANUEL
VARGAS, WILFREDO
WILLEY, CHRISTOPHER
ZANDERS, LARRY
BASS, KIMESHA
BATISTA, MIGUEL
CARLO, BARBARA
CHULI, EYON
CRUZ,JOSEPH
EDWARDS, CHARISMA'
FABIEN, RICK
FAYNE, DASHAWN
FINLEY, DEMARCUS
FRANKLIN, DOREEN
FROST, DANIELLE
HENRY, PRINCESS
HUGHES, DEANJELOUS
JOHNSON, KAYLA


JOSEPH, RAOUL.
MACON,BERNARD
MCLEOD, MWANZA
NARBONE, NICHOLAS
NIXON, GABRIELLE
OYOLA, ERIC
PIERRE, CHRISTIAN
RAMIREZ, JESSICA
ROBINSON, JESSICA
STEPHENS,PETRA
STONER, JENNIFER
GOMEZ, EDWARD
ANDERSON,HEATHER
BARRIOS, CORALY
BEEPATH, TRACEY
BERNARD, BRETT
BOYD, TALEICIA
BRIGGS, SARAH
BROWN, DONALD
DAVIS, AMANDA
DONALDSON,GREGORY
ELDER, COURTNEY
ERNST, EDWARD
FENTON, SAIDAH
FRETT, ALAN
GASKINS, CHRISTINA
GOPAUL, NAVINDRA
GRAY, CRYSTAL
HARRIS, PRISCILLA
HILL, MICHAEL
JOHNSON, STEPHEN


MALDONADO, KAYLA
MATHIS, MEGHAN
MCELYEA, CONICA
MELENDEZ, DARIO
NIX, DONTAE
ORTIZ, LYSANDRA
PENA,IADRIAN
POWERS, TRENT
RATTAN, STEVE
RENO, LATOYA
RETEGUIS, WILFREDO
ROACH, JEREMY
SAMUELS, SHELDON
SANDERS, JARON
SMITH, JEREOMY
SMITH, KEVIN
WILKERSON, ROBIN
WILLETT, ERICA
ALBINES, ELISA
BOM CONSELHO, MARCELA
CARRIO, JUAN
CLARK, DISHON
-CLARKE, ANDRE
CONSERVE, DOROTHY
DIAZ, VICTORIA
EMPUNO, ANGELICA
GABBIDONJAMILLIA
GEORGOULIS, TIMOTHY
HARRIS, KYLE
KHAKDOUST, TIFANY
KOWLESSAR, SARA


LARACUENTE, JONATHAN
'LUND, ERIC
MALEVSKI, CHRISBEL
MILNER,,BRITTANY
MOONIER, MICHELE
MUSZYNSKI, JONATHAN
PAYMAYESH, DEMETRIUS
PULLING, JAMES
RINALDI, TAYLOR
SANDERS, MATTHEW
SHADIK, CELINA
SMITH, JAMAR
STOLZ;ERIN
MARQUEZ; JONATHAN'
AULT, CORY
DROST, BRITTANY
FARLOW, BRANDON
HOLMES, RAYMOND
JONES, ROBERT
LEWANDOWSKI, NICOLE
NUNEZ, RASHELLE
PIATEK BARNES, BRITTAN
PIERRE LOUIS, EBLYNN
PRICE, CALEB
REYES, NATHAN
RODRIGUEZ, LUIS
SOMAN, ACRIFA
TUCCI, HEATHER
CLARK, TIFFANY
POOLE, LAKEISHA
BREKKE, NICOLE


TALTON, MEGAN
STANTON, NICOLE
THOZIN, ELITA
SANDOVAL, CANDELAVIA
BRASWELL, JOHNNY
PENN, JUSTIN
CORREA, KARLA
TAPIA, CONSTANZA
LOUIS, ADNANNA
ALEXANDER, SHANA
LUBIN, MERNISE
PADILLA, MARIELY
RAMIREZ, MARIXZA
RAMOS, CRYSTAL
ESAR, CHANDNANI
HERNANDEZ, NORMA
KRAUSS,ANTHONY
SANTOS,JOSE
WHITMAN, ALICIA
WILLIAMS, CHARLENE
REICHLE, CHELSEA
BARROW,.LATOYA
ENGLISH, TAISHA.
NAASZ, JESSICA
HOWELL, HOWANIQUE
MAI, HIEN-THI'ANNIE'
IRWIN, JODIE
.FRANKLIN, KELLI
WELLS, BRITNEY
YOST, JENNIFER
JORDAN, JOANNA


WERNER, MIKE
LYNCH, RYAN
JENKINS, EDDIE
KING, DON
WHITE, JUSTIN
KERR, ALLISON
JAVAR,SHAUNA
MALEVSKI, CHRISBEL
MALEVSKI, VANESSA
MOORE, RESHEENA
YANDEL, NATASHA
BROWN, BRITTNEY
MOEGLEIN, JENNIFER
GOODSON, JESSICA-
BELL, MONIQUE
KING, JASMINE
MORRIS, JASMINE
PARRIS, BROOKE
RAMOS, FRANCIS
HIPPLE, NICHOLAS.
THOMPSON, ANEKA
BRIDGES, MAYSHA
BRIGHAM; JESSICA
GARCIA, ADRIANA
MARTINEZ, YERALDINE
ANDERSEN, JENNIFER
DEFOOR, OLIVIA
HOLLAR, MEGAN
MARTINS, DENISE
NORRICK, JENNIFER
BROWN, ASHTIN


BUTTS, KATHERINE
GRIFFIN, JOHNNY
HAIR, MICHAEL
HART, KAREN
GRAHAM, MARISSA
BURMANN, DANILO
ESCOBAR, NATALIA
BORRAYO, FABIO
BROOKS, STEPHANIE
THOMPSON, LIONEL
LEWIS, TORRIS
SHEPHERD, JUSTIN
WILLIAMS, ARTHUR
GIANINI, ERIK
CREWS, JENILEE
GASTON, GLORIANN
GAUD, EMILY
KORPIEWSKI, AYESHA
MCCLAIN, KENNETH
BOUCET, RUBEN
RITZ, NICOLE
TORRES, BRIAN
POSTON, CALEB


955 East Story Road, Winter Garden 34787


West Oaks Academy


We s( jcks
ACZADE MYPl


GRAD LIST
Donny Cintron
Beth Ann Davis
Iris Guillity ,:
Christian Henry
D'andre Jackson
Kevins Jones .
Michal cM/iller
Amos Maurice
Franco Palacio'
Gavin Satnarain
Monae Watson


Valedictorian
Monae Watson,

Salutatorian
Mike McMiller

Homecoming royalty
King Donny Cintron
Queen Iris Guilloty

Athletes of the Year
'Male.- Donny Cintron
Female Monae Watson

Graduation info
May 19, 7 p.m., in the
'West Oaks Academy sanctuary


Congratulations. Seniors!

As you come to the end of your high school education and
begin your college years. I want to wish the best for you!

The Bible says, "Rejoice, for the steps of a righteous man are
ordered by the Lord." This verse tells me that God has a
Wonderful plan for your life. In all your ways. acknowledge
Him and He shall direct your path. Take advantage of every
opportunity He places in your life.

The teachers, staff and fellow classmates you leave behind.
as well as myself. will miss you!

Once again CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2005-
2006! .

God bless you,

Thomas Parlier
Principal


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125 N. Lakeview Ave
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Ji One block north of Plant St.
407-656-1135
www.fumcwg.org



Congratulations to our Graduating High School Seniors

Class of 2006


Kevin Hill West Orange High School
Ellie Liskeyl Ocoee High School

Kelly Prince West Orange High School

Jordan Sabat West Orange High School

Amanda Simmons Foundation Academy
Michelle Sines West Orange High School

Laura Taylor West Orange High School
Ashley Umstead West Orange High School
In Memoriam:

Erica Carr West Orange High School



FoundationOcoee West Orange
Academy Knights Warriors
Lions



Sunday Schedule:
Contemporary Services 9:00am
Sunday School 10:00am
Traditional Worship Services 11:00am
Youth TNT 5:00pm
Evening Afterglow 7:00pm


Wednesday:
Children's Music 5:30pm

Open hearts.Open minds.Open doors.
The people of The United Methodist Church"




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congratulates

Graduates!


Congratulations to the 2006 high school graduates!
If you are considering a career in the construction
industry, Amber Electric may be right for you.
For the right candidate we offer 4-year apprenticeship
training, vacation, sick and holiday pay, 401k, health
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Four West Orange football players sign college scholarships


West Orange High hosted four signing ceremonies earlier this month as members of the Warrior football
team inked their names on national letters of intent to play in college. Jamison Carlson is joined by his
mother, Lisa McDonald. He will play football at St. Olaf College.


Jarius Williams, joined by mother Regina Williams, is signs his letter of intent with Webber International.


Art Williams is one of three Warriors football players who will attend classes and suit up at Webber In-
ternational University. He is pictured with his mother, Angela Williams, in front of the WOHS trophy
case.


Lee Blake helped form the trio of Warriors to sign with Webber International. He is pictured with his moth-
er, Chesterann Williams.


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Sports


Ocoee High honors spring athletes at awards banquet


Ocoee High School held its spring
sports awards banquet May 9. Coach-
es handed out awards to players from
Ocoee's baseball, flag football, boys
lacrosse, fastpitch softball, tennis,
track, boys volleyball, water polo and
boys weightlifting programs.
Most Valuable Player awards were
presented to Billy Vereb (lacrosse),
Meagan Squartino (varsity softball),
Gary Daughtry (boys track), Carme-
lo Alvarez (varsity volleyball) and
Kenny Einsinger (junior varsity vol-
leyball).
OHS honored the following stu-
dents for having their team's highest
grade point average: Cory Bernstine
(varsity baseball), Sean Tidmus (ju-
nior varsity baseball), Constance
Sobers (varsity flag football), Briana
., Jones (junior varsity flag football),
Jared Sanders (lacrosse), Lauren
SSmoley (varsity softball), Sarah Lu-
cas (junior varsity softball), Peter
.. Killinger (boys tennis), Joselyn Yea-

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ger (girls tennis), Christopher Duncan
(boys track), Candice Holden (girls
track), Isaac Rivera (varsity volley-
ball), Daniel Jackson (junior varsity
volleyball), Aaron Fann (boys water
polo), Samantha Aguirre (girls wa-
ter polo) and Eric Nguyen (weightlift-
ing).
Coaches' awards were handed out
to Jessica Leno and Bethany Hem-
mans (junior varsity flag football),
Blaine Cockcroft (lacrosse), Halston
Fenanadez (boys tennis), Pamela
Gust (girls tennis), Leon Maultsby
(boys track) and Latisha Altidor and
Tiffany Taylor (girls track).
Volleyball coaches presented Most
Improved awards to Theodore Luke
(varsity) and Westley Homenda (ju-
nior varsity), while Erika Spivey was
the Most Improved player from the
girls tennis team. Brian Barnett won
the Achievement Award for the boys
tennis team.
The varsity baseball team honored


Ralph Barden (best pitcher), Rashid
Mitchell (best offensive player) and
Sean Still (best defensive player). Ju-
nior varsity baseball awards went to
Kenny Lewkow (best pitcher), C.J.
DePalma (best offensive player) and
Derrick Mastin (best defensive play-
er).
Charlee Ford and Amber Brunson
received awards as the best offensive
and best defensive players, respec-
tively, for the varsity flag football
team.
Heather DUrrance was named the
varsitysoftball team's top defensive
player. The J.V. softball team pre-
sented Miranda Isbell and Danielle
Saravo with its award for exhibiting
pride, hustle and desire.
The boys and girls water polo
teams handed out Golden Knight
awards to Josh Campbell and Lind-
say Holzworth, while. Ironman
awards went to Kurt Gunther and Jen-
ny Gonzales. *


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Lake Cane ladies take 2nd place
The Lake Cane-Gordon A+ level ladies tennis team captured second place in the WAIT League for the
2005-06 season. The ladies celebrated with a season-ending banquet at the Rosen Plaza Hotel. Gathered
at the banquet are (I-r): captain Laurie Gordon, Susie Rahimitabar, Maisa Kingstone, co-captain Marybeth
Koch, Sarah Patterson, Donna Tordi, Terri Haddock, Judi Olsen, Carolina Crespo-Wallis, Betsy Harr, Elaina
Fontana and Emily Badger. Not pictured: Lori Bedford and Patty Knight.


' Gathered last week at Ocoee High's spring sports banquet are (1-r): Principal Mike Armbruster, Pedro San-
tiago, Brittany Nuckoles, Ashley Clark, Meagan Squartino, Brady Claiborne, Billy Vereb, Brian Barnett,
Isaac Rivera, Ralph Barden, Candice Holden and Dieudonne Monplaisir.


State playoff runs end for DP baseball, volleyball
A memorable state playoff run end- game winning streak prior to its final Boudreau were all voted by area
ed for the Dr. Phillips varsity baseball game. The Panthers exceeded expec- coaches to the All-Metro Conference
team last week. With a ticket to the stations this season by winning their team.
state Final Four at stake, the Panthers second consecutive district champi- Grimsley, one of DP's most versa-
fell 11-1 to Sarasota, which is ranked onship. tile players, tossed 8 TD passes, rushed
18th nationally and No. 2 in the state. The DP varsity boys volleyball for 5 scores, hauled in 7 touchdowns
Sarasota's senior pitcher silenced DP's team saw its shot at the state playoffs as a receiver and picked off 9 inter-
bats by thro'. ing a complete game fade last week with a 25-21, 18-25, ceptions on defense. Butler scored on
\\ ih 13 strikeouts.. '25-18,25-16 loss to Lake Howell. The 15 touchdown catches and collected 60
Brian Sustersic took the mound for Panthers finished with a 22-6 season receptions on the season, including a
Dr. Phillips, striking out 5 batters and record to be ranked among the top 16 school-record 9 in one game.
allowing 2 walks in four innings of teams in the state. Earlier this month, Boudreau set a school.record with 62
Work. Shawn Haggerty and Phillip the team captured its second consec- receptions this season. She also scored
Weidman both pitched in relief. utive district title. 7 touchdowns, grabbed 9 intercep-
In the third inning, Matt Sainz sin- Lady Panther varsity flag football tions and pulled 20 flags.
gled to right field and later scored senior quarterback Tara Santiago was The Dr. Phillips varsity football
DP's lone run after back-to-back hits named Central Florida's flag football team will play Friday at 6:30 p.m. vs.
by Bryan Nelson and Ohmed Danesh. Player of the Year by the Orlando Sen- host Edgewater in its annual spring
Brad Hutton added two singles later in tinel. Santiago set school records for game.
the game. most touchdown passes (26) and com- The DPHS Athletic Department
The Panthers clung to a 2-run deficit pletions (201) in a single season. She was set to host its Hall of Fame in-
untl the fifth inning,. % hen Sarasota ex- helped lead her team to three straight duction ceremony Wednesday at 6:30
ploded for 7 runs i ith a grand slam district championships and a spot in this p.m. in the north cafeteria: Former
and multiple base hits. year's state Final Four. Panther greats Nicole Bolt and A.J.
Dr. Phillips finished with a 17-14 Santiago and teammates Jewelle Pierzynski make up the hall's 2006
season record, including an eight- Grimsley, Mary Butler and Dara class.


WOHS baseball to
host tryouts Friday
All incoming ninth- through 12-
grade students zoned to attend West
Orange High for the upcoming school
year are in\ ited by Coach Jesse Mar-
SIo to participate in summer baseball
tryouts. The tryouts will be held Fri-
s day from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the WOHS
baseball field. For details, call Paul or
Elaina Fontana of the WOHS Base-
. ball Diamond Club at 407-905-5626.


Windermere Country Club offering summer golf camp program
Area youngsters ages 5-15 are in- fun day tournament with awards and
vited to join the summer junior golf a pizza lunch on Friday. Parents are
program at Windermere Country invited to attend the awards lun-
Club. The program will be offered cheon.
in five-day sessions beginning May Camp sessions are May 29-June
29. The cost is $145 per child for 2, June 5-9, June 12-16; June 19-23,
club members and $160 per child for June 26-30, July 17-21, July 24-28
non-members. and July 31-Aug. 4. BradLatimer is
SThe sessions include golf instruc- the instructor. :
tion, rules seminar, video analysis, For more information and to reg-
playing golf each day, camp hat and ister, call 407-876-4410.


Back-to-back district champs
The Dr. Phillips High varsity boys volleyball team recently captured its second consecutive district cham-
pionship. DP's Tanner Wright and Victor Callado both earned spots on the All-Metro Conference First
Team. The Panthers, shown celebrating their district title, finished with a 22-6 record and a top 16 state-
ranking.


OARS receives grant from Disney
The Orlando Area Rowing Society (OARS) was chosen as a recipi-
ent of a Walt Disney EARS to You grant.
Through the EARS to You program, Disney employees have the op-
portunity to apply for a grant for their favorite charity. Mike and Les-
ley Welch presented the grant to OARS board members earlier this
month. The Welchs are OARS board members themselves, members of
the OARS Masters team and the parents of OARS rowers Allison and
Steven.
The grant money will be used by OARS to purchase new equipment
for its high school age rowers. For more information, about OARS log
onto www.oars-online.com.


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.


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Golf


Windermere Country
Club offering summer
golf camp program
Area youngsters ages 5-15 are in-
vited to join the summer junior golf
program at Windermere Country
Club. The program will be offered in
five-day sessions beginning May 29.
The cost is $145 per child for club
members and $160 per child for non-
members.
The sessions include golf instruc-
tion, rules seminar, video analysis,
playing golf each day, camp hat and
fun day tournament with awards and
a pizza lunch on Friday. Parents are
invited to attend the awards luncheon.
Camp sessions are May 29-June 2,
June 5-9, June 12-16, June 19-23, June
26-30, July 17-21, July 24-28 and July
31-Aug. 4. Brad Latimer is the in-
structor. For more information and to
register, call 407-876-4410.

Florida Safety Council
plans scholarship golf
event at Orange County
National this Friday
The Florida Safety Council will hold
its annual scholarship golf tournament
on Friday, May 19, beginning with a
shotgun start at 8 a.m. Registration is
set for 7 a.m.
The four-player, best-ball scramble
is scheduled for Orange County Na-
tional Golf Center and Lodge and will
fund FSC scholarships for undergrad-
uate and graduate awards for students
seeking higher education in safety and
health professions.
Sponsorships are currently available
and range in price from $125 for a hole
sponsor to $3,000 for an exclusive ti-
tle 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 information,
call Glenn Victor at 407-897-4456 or
e-mail him at gvictor@floridasafe-
ty.org. For more information on the
Florida Safety Council, go to
www.FloridaSafety.org.


Play at Bay Hill to support families of ill children
The ninth annual Gary L. Forinet 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 illnesses. After referrals from Nemours Pediatric Oncol-
ogy Clinic and Florida Hospital, the foundation expands in excess of
$15,000 yearly assisting these families with expenses of daily living.
The tournament honors the memory of the late Judge Formet, one
of the Ninth Circuit's most respected judges. His demeanor on the
bench and his courage and strength in rising above his wartime in-
juries and coping with his prolonged final illness remain an inspiration
to those who knew him.
Tournament organizers are seeking participants, sponsors, door
prizes, raffle items and other donations.
For more information or to register, call Jane Formet at 407-649-2022.


4th annual tournament for Community Health Centers
Community Health Centers Inc. Health Centers Inc., which include
will host its fourth annual golf tour- insured, underinsured and insured in-
nament at Sweeetwater Golf and dividuals.
Country Club in Longwood on To register, call Linda Williams
Wednesday, May 24. More than at 407-905-8827, Ext. 220 or
100 golfers are expected to take part Melanie Campbell at 407-906-8827,
in the four-person, scramble event. Ext. 226 or go to the Web site at
The entry fee is $110 per person www.chcfl.com/Golftourna-
and it includes lunch. There will be ment.asp.
awards for first, second and third Community Health Centers Inc. is
place teams, as well as raffle prizes. a private, nonprofit organization
The tournament begins at 8:30 a.m. that provides primary and preven-
with a shotgun start. Sponsorships tive medical, dental and pharma-
range in price from $150 to $1,250. ceufical services at nine practice lo-
All proceeds from the event will cations throughout Central Florida,
benefit patients of Community including one in Winter Garden.

Diamond Players Club to host cancer society benefit


Area golfers are invited to join
the inaugural MetLife Golf Tour-
nament Thursday, May 25, at Di-
amond Players Club in Clermont.
Registration will get underway
at 11 a.m., and the tournament will
begin at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start.
The entry fee for the four-person
scramble event is $100 and in-
cludes greens fee, cart rental, a bag
tag, a goody bag and dinner. The
event is a fund-raiser for the Amer-


ican 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 in-
cludes entry fees for four players.
The entry deadline is May 18.
For more information or to reg-
ister, call tournament chairperson
David Kiniry at 407-835-8900 or
e-mail him at dkiniry@metlife.
com.


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Winter Garden Classic raises $15,750 for WO Boys and Girls Club
Many area golfers participated in the Winter Garden Golf Classic on April 21 at Stoneybrook West Coun-
try Club. The tournament is an annual event sponsored by the city of Winter Garden and the Winter Gar-
den Rotary Club, and the proceeds, $15,750, will benefit the West Orange Boys and Girls Club. Pictured
above is the winning team of John Bahng, Alex Steffano and Al Williams. Team member Heathcliff Slocum
is not pictured. Below is the last-place team of Maryjo Murphy, Jackie May, Stacy Sullivan and Lori Kamin-
ski, who might be considering forming a bowling team.


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Ocoee Hig


The Ocoee High College & Career Center held its 1st end-of-year celebration recently. Pictured are (l-r):
4(back) Edie Solomon (volunteer coordinator), Dan McParland; Melissa Kohn (guidance counselor over-
seeing the center), Karen Sanders and Deborah Cameron; and (front) Twanda Holden, Sue Taylor, Reisa
H 'Haas and Susan Leslie. Not pictured (but greatly appreciated) are Julius Smith and Patty Kipp.


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S.s asking for donations of Legos and old
S-or broken toddler toys. The students want
"to try a new project with broken toys,
..which will include reverse engineering
-them, rebuilding them as a class unit with
Sa common leaching theme and giving
Them to the preschool program.
Items can be dropped off in the front
S,-office. For more information, contact Seth
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.-"CAPPIES Awards
The theater department has been
.,'nominated for many CAPPIES awards
Recently. This program is made up of nine
.Central Florida schools that send stu-
: dent critics to review each other's shows.
There were 18 productions this year.
OHS received these nominations: Best
Play; Best Lighting, Daniel Boisrond; Best
Cameo Actress, Meagan McCulloch;
BesI Cameo Actor, Evan Martinez; Best
Featured Actress.in a Play, Danielle
Johnson; Best Featured Actor in a Play,
SJabari Suluki; Best Lead Actress in a
Play, Megan Sorley.
The school's production of Nuncrack-
ers received these nominations: Best
SStage Manager, Kristin Pollock, Best Or-
chestra, Ben Woodward, Danielle Keller,
Michael Marin and Ryan Yaptengo; Best
Ensemble in a Musical, Drianna Am-
brose, Janet Randolph and Jordan
Willians ("The Three Kings"); Best
Cameo Actress in a Musical, Brandi Mc-
Murtry, Best Male Dancer, Boisrond: Best
Female Vocalist. Randolph, Best Fea-
tured Actress in a Musical, Ambrose:
Best Song, "It's Better to Give"; Best
Sophomore Critic, Suluki; and Best Ju-
nior Crilic, Boisrond.
The OHS CAPPIES critic team has


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Dr. Anne Carcara, principal of Southwest Middle School, looks on as William Galski (seated) instructs 7th-
graders Daniel Bresson and Austin Williams in the new computer lab. The lab is housed in the newly opened
building at the school.

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Dustin Cook is the 1st SOAR recipient at Ocoee High. He was select-
ed for this award based on his service and cooperation both in and out
of the classroom. Cook is pictured with Principal Mike Armbruster (right)
and Rob Moody, his building construction teacher.


also been nominated for Best Critic's
Team.
Leadership seminar
Jasmine Styles, a sophomore at
Ocoee High, recently attended the Mid-
Florida Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership
Seminar. She joined more than 150 oth-
er young leaders from throughout Flori-
da at the Ivanhoe Plaza Hotel in Orlan-
do.
The seminar brings together a select
group of high school'sophomores to in-
teract with groups of leaders in business,
government, education and professions
to discuss present and future issues.
The goal is to provide the youths a
stimulating forum for learning about cril-
ical issues while broadening their un-


derstanding of their leadership potential
and quest for self-development. The stu-
dents are challenged to return to.their
communities to perform at least 100
hours of community service within 12
months following the seminar.
Styles said: 'The seminar challenged
me to think about the world around me
and what we, as the future leaders, have
to do to positively influence business,
government and society. I also better un-
derstand that my goals and dreams are
important and that leaders have extreme
responsibilities in whatever walk of lie
they pursue."
For information about the seminar and
sponsorship opportunities, contact
Michael Carter, leadership seminar chair,
at chairperson 9lloridahoby.org.


Students were recently honored at Foundation Academy for displaying the character trait of faith in their lives.
Pictured are (l-r): (1st row) Michael Lee, Jessica Hammond, Anthony Munoz, Chloe Piner, Gracie Baker and
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Students throughout the elementary school added their handprints to
the Windy Ridge Hall of Fame. They were recognized at a grade-lev-
e'l celebration recently that encouraged excellence and cooperation.
Throughout the year, students are encouraged to use 'helpful hands'
and observe others using them, also. Students received a bookmark-
er that emphasized the HAND philosophy (Being Helpful, Academic
achievement, Never less than the best and Determined dedication).
Pictured are (l-r) Morgan Hamlin, Beth Fidelo, Bennett Spaek and Tyler
Worth.


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The students in Mrs. Wright's 3rd-grade at Bay Meadows Elementary
designed models of local community businesses during their social
studies unit on communities and celebrations reflecting cultures. The
students designed local places their families might go to celebrate a fam-
ily or cultural event. The models were even on display at the local busi-
ness that they were modeled after. Pictured is Timothy. Shaw with his
model of The Fun Spot.


Glenda Phillips, a 5th-grader at Maxey Elementary, won the SOAR
Award (Students of Achievement.and Renown) from the West Orange
Chamber of Commerce. It is an award of merit, recognizing students
who have shown initiative, good citizenship, commitment and person-
al growth in the classroom and community. She is pictured with her
mother, Ms. Brown (right), and her teacher, Ms. SummerWille.


.Congratulations
go to Winder-
mere Elemen-
tary student
Keanan Ne-
grete for win-
ning an award
during the 'Or-
- elando Sentinel'
Holiday Art
Contest. Ne-
grete is in Mrs.
Harvey's 2nd-
grade class.
r-.. Pictured is Ne-
grete with Ann
Carmine. WES
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is-t.


ADDitions co-chairs Kim Rogan (left) and Wendy Gustino present Joe Sabatini with the Whispering Oak
Elementary School Volunteer of the Year Award.


Volunteer honored
The Whispering Oak Elementary
PTA hosted Volunteer Appreciation
Night recently. Each of the registered
ADDitions volunteers was invited to


attend, and each received a service
pin.
Joe Sabatini was awarded Ihe Whis-
pering Oak Volunteer of the Year
Award for his outstanding dedication


and service. A plaque in his honor will
be hung in the school lobby.
A big lhank-you goes to Sabatini
and all the volunteers who have
helped this year.


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Julie Chabot, "an 8th-grader at
Chain of Lakes Middle, placed 2nd
in the Level 3 School Speech Con-
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School Speech Contest
Julie Chabot; an eighth-grader at
Chain of Lakes Middle School, recently
took second place in the Level 3
School Speech Contest. The contest
is an annual event that is sponsored by
Modern Woodmen of America.
Chabot competed against nine oth-
er finalists at the Educational Leader-
ship Center. Her speech, "People of
Florida," was very enlerlaining and in-
formative. She spoke about the ac-
complishments of famous people in
Florida by interviewing them at an
awards ceremony. Her speech was
very creatively planned and present-
ed.
'She also presented her speech at
the annual Night of Academic Excel-
lence. The school congratulates her
for all her hard work.

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

Awana Club.
The Awana Club program for ages
3 (by Sept. 1) through sixth grade
meets Sunday nights from 5:30-7 at
Beulah Baptist Church, 671 Beulah
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Cassandra Vigliotti, Jalya Prather and Emily Lewis (from left) are graduates of the preschool on the cam-
pus of West Orange High.


Preschoolers graduate
The preschoolers on.the campus of
West Orange High ended the year with
a graduation celebration in the school
auditorium. They performed songs and
paraded the "letter people." Special
guests included Little Tuttle, program
coordinator of Family and Consumer
Sciences from Orange County Public
Schools. She presented the children
with their preschool diplomas.
Mrs. Lee, director, said this has
been one of her most challenging
years. The preschool opened later
than usual, which meant that cenain ac-


tivities were deleted in order for her
high school students to complete the\
Sunshine State Standards, take the
DCF 20-hour test for their childcare
certificate and plan graduation. The.
preschool closed on May 4.
As with most preschool programs.
many of the parents work outside the
home, so the preschool program was
extended two weeks beyond its actu-
al closing date. During this time,
preschoolers, students and parents
visited Chapin Station on the West Or-
ange Trail.
They played games, used the play


equipment and grilled hot dogs and
hamburgers. Renee Adams of .Rnee
Adams Entertainment came to the
park dressed as a train conductor and
ainted the faces of the children and
the high school teachers.
The students also planned fun ac-
tivities for the preschoolers centered on
the farm and summer safety. They
also conducted Wacky Sock Day and
Palama and Teddy Bear Day.
SParents interested in enrolling their
children in the preschool program for
the 2006-07 year can call Mrs. Lee at
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Lake-Sumter Community College holds graduation


More than 200 graduates re-
cently participated in Lake-Sumter
Community College's 43rd annu-
al commencement ceremony. Hun-
dreds of families, friends, faculty
and staff were there to acknowl-
edge the impressive Class of 2006.
Prior to being awarded her As-
sociate in Arts degree, student
commencement speaker Linda
Karp spoke to the assembly on the
importance of making the most of
life's experiences. She also ac-
knowledged that it was the per-
sonalized environment of
LSCC...its smaller classes, the
one-on-one support of faculty and
staff and her great friendships with
fellow students...that got her
through the more challenging
times.
Selected through a competitive


nomination and audition process,
the 46-year-old housewife, moth-
er and Howey-in-the-Hills resident
plans to continue working toward
a Troy State University bachelor's
degree in political science.
Graduates Amber Grayford and
Dorothea Norman were recognized
for earning perfect 4.0 grade-point
averages. Each received the Aca-
demic Excellence Award.
Twenty-two students earned
summa cum laude honors, 28 grad-
uated magna cum laude, and 38
students earned cum laude honors.
Department awards went to Kel-
lie Adkins (biology), Dafne Ors
Gonzales (business technology),
Matthew Miller (computer tech-
nology), Amy Rouinfar (chem-
istry), Danielle Nemeth (chem-
istry-freshman), Philip Levingston


(criminal justice), Payal Patel
(health careers), John Hicks
(math), Megan Chancellor (nurs-
ing) and Beth Hudson (theater
arts).
Candice Chenoweth received the
President's Award for leadership,
service and scholarship. A Bushnell
resident and South Sumter High
grad, she plans to pursue a career
in veterinary medicine.
Other top students included 11
dual-enrollment grads, who earned
both their Associate in Arts de-
grees and their high school diplo-
mas simultaneously. They are
Brent Balkaran, Elizabeth Bennett,
Amber Grayford, Ivy Grayford,
Heather Hilliard, Sarah Leaberry,
Jasmine Mitchell, Ashley Rehman,
Laura Reinhardt, Lauren Sorley
and Cheryl Thompson.


SChess Club news
Citrus Elementary Chess Club held
its annual spring tournament recently.
Citrus students competed with other
players from Apopka and Thomebrooke
elementary schools,
Trophies were awarded in two divi-
sions, grades three to five and kinder-
garten to second grade. All students
played a minimum of three games. Be-
tween matches, parents, spectators and
participants enjoyed pizza. It was a fun
day for all.
Outstanding parent volunteer Carolyn
Rosenblum runs the club, and teachers
Kay Newlon and Dave Mynchenberg
are the club sponsors. The club meets
every Wednesday morning in the cafe-
teria right before school begins.
A big thank-you goes to John Vogt,
who ran the tournament, and to judges
Roger Metcalf, John Ross, Sara Daw-
son, Mynchenberg and Sam Tawadros
for their support.
In the third- through fifth-grade divi-
sion, Ben Rosenblum from CES took
first place, Dominique Wilhs from TES


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,_Smith School of Music presents 2 recitals
.,':,,Two student recitals were presented recently at First Baptist Church, Winter Garden, by the students of Smith
SSchool of Music in Clermont. A wide variety of music the classics, Broadway and sacred were pre-
sented in piano and voice. Students at the school are from 10 cities and communities ih Lake and Orange
,"Roddam and Mauie Hoekstra; (row 2) Jeanette Smith (teacher), Chris Emrich, Olivia Fagan, Christina Kei-
th, Makenzie Blodgett and Aaron Smith; (row 3) J. LaVerne Smith (teacher), Hannah Best Neal, Hannah
Linquanti, Monica Rassi and Whitney Dortch; and (row 4) Elizabeth Webster, Jessica Jones, Kelsey Baron,
-,Alex D'Amico and Lisa Shamey.


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Students participating in Recital II were: (row 1) Kiley Sandh, Grace D'Amico, Michael Nix, Matthew Rin-
Saudo and Alex Mendoza; (row 2) Jeannette Smith (teacher), Drew Mendoza, Graham Nix, Kassie Gustafson,
Tiana Sandh, Brittney Hazboun and Abigail Henry; (row 3) J. LaVerne Smith (teacher), Elizabeth Webster,
Jessica Jones, Emily Cross, Stephanie Phillips, Lisa Shamey and Katie Howard; and (row 4) Brandon
SLang, Andre Alexander, Dan Burnett, Alex D'Amico and Alden Henry. All participating students received cer-
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Science Award
Dr. Phillips High ninth-grader Josh
Sheppard recently received the ninth-
grade Science Award from the school's
Center for International Studies. A for-
mer homeschool student, Sheppard is a
student in Mrs. Fonnet's ninth-grade
earth science class.
During middle school, he attended sci-
ence classes with Bill Clifton of Science
Partners.
Clifton, who teaches weekly science
classes to homeschool students in grades
three to high school at Pine Ridge PCS
Church, said: "I am very pleased to ex-
tend my congratulations to,Josh Shep-
pard.... Josh was in my homeschool sci-
ence classes from first through eighth
grades. Through life science, ecology,
physical science and earth science, Josh
showed a keen interest in scientific pur-
suits and proved himself to be a fine stu-
dent with good work habits. His integrity
and workethic are worthy of being em-
ulated by others. Josh would be an as-
set to any program that he pursued."
In June, Sheppard will accompany 44
other students and adults from Pine
Ridge Church on a mission trip to Ja-
maica to help out at the Caribbean Chris-
tian Centre for the Deaf.
This summer he is also going to India
to work with Mother Theresa's Sisters of
Charity in Calcutta.


Citrus Elementary hosted a spring chess tournament recently.


took second, Geraldo Alvarado from
AES came, in third, and James Cervone
from TES was in fourth place. Fifth place
went to Dominic France from CES, and
in sixth place was Warren Metcalf from
CES. Seventh and eighth places went
to CES students Sam Rosenblum and


Cassandra Tawadros.
The winners.in the kindergarten
through second grade division were
Faith Bumey, CES, first; Grant Schiibe,
TES, second; Michael Ross, TES, third;
Katelyn Alexander, CES, fourth; and
Nichole Alvarado, AES, fifth.


UCP graduates 'reach for the stars'


Five-year-old Alondra Valdes of
West Orange has a global develop-
ment delay, meaning her functional
level is below that of other children
her age. When she came to United
Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida, she
was unable to crawl, smile, talk or in-
teract with her older sister and fami-
ly.
Now, after four years of hard work
and determination, Alondra is able to
ride a bike and feed herself and ea-
gerly participates in activities appro-
priate for children her age.
On May 26 at 9:30 a.m. at Jones
High auditorium, she will celebrate
the success of her accomplishments
with 111 other UCP graduates. These
students, most with special needs, are
graduating with the skills and capac-
ities needed to function in a kinder-
garten classroom.
"Each of these students has made
remarkable strides in their develop-
ment," said Ilene E. Wilkins, presi-
dent/CEO of UCP of Central Florida.
"Many of these children came to UCP
unable to walk, talk and/or feed them-
selves. Now, after hard work by the
students, parents and the entire UCP
team, the children have the necessary
skills and ability to move on to the
next level."
The graduation ceremony will in-
clude a musical performance by a
Group of UCP children and a short

message from Susan Robbin, mother
of UCP graduate Paul Robbin. Also,
graduates will be presented a UCP
diploma as they cross the stage.
Founded in 1955, UCP of Central


Florida, a non-profit organization, op-
erates six inclusive pre-school/kinder-
garten charter schools in the Central
Florida community for children with
all types of disabilities and develop-
mental delays, including cerebral pal-
sy, Down syndrome, spina bifida,
autism and others.
UCP also provides outpatient pedi-
atric physical, speech and occupa-
tional therapy, as well as family sup-
port and foster care services for chil-
dren with disabilities.
For more information or to make a
donation to UCP, call 407-852-3300
or visit www.ucpedc.org.


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Thursday, May 18, 2006 The West Orange Times 7C


Dr.Phllis ig


Gotha Middle recently held the induction ceremony for the National Ju-
nior Honor Society.


Induction ceremony
The National Junior Honor Society at
Gotha Middle held its induction ceremo-
ny recently, with Robert Hoffman, advi-
sor, as host. The evening began with the
National Anthem and the pledge, followed
by the candlelight ceremony, candidates'
pledge and the presentation of certificates.
The eighth-grade candidates were Me-,
sha Ela Alexander, Edwin Allen, Christo-
pher Ayeni, Camille Babgobin, Michelle
SBednarek, Bree Brasch, Mollie Castle,
Stephanie Conklin, Brian Connelly, Elyse
Delisle, Andrew Frazer, Karoline Galvao,
Dwevelie Gaspard, Anthony Golden, Kait-
lyn Goodman, Bradley Gullett, Rashad
Guy, Danielle Harvey, Whitney Hebbert,
Adrian Horsham, Sara Hudson, John Ilus-
trisimo, Ariana Jones, Taylor Knapp and
Michelle Labbie.
Also, Candace Larson, Lauren Mad-
dem, Madison Messer, Ayan Nasir, Lore-
na Pichardo, Angela Ramirez, Nicole
Reid, Kelly Reina, Alexandra Romano,
SBriana Santiago, Kayle Shoener, Trevor


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Siemian, Rachel Skibicki, Hope Smith,
Jessica Smith, Paige Sterner, John
Thompson, Evan Todd, Rachel Totaram,
Andrea Velez-Martinez, Kacie Vinson,
Brooke White and Casey Wooster.
Seventh-grade candidates were
Meesam Abbas, Conor Babb, Erica Bak-
er, Brittany Carlson, Blake Cecil, Tomas
Cerda, Kalystra Choo Chew, Chia Yee
Chou, Patrick Coley, Monica Couchman,
Keyonna Davis, Arlin Delgado, Michael
Feeley, Ashley Flowers, Jazmiine Frias,
Laura Grandlund, Jana Haith, Brian Hart-
ley, Olivia Hollowell, Marissa Huang, Os-
car Jimenez, Casey Johnson, Melissa
Jones, Jeena Kar, Shobha Khublall, Allen
Kupetz, Tia Lane, Jessica Leon, Do-
minique Levert, Matthew Levin, Narmeen
Mandani, Stephen Merrick, Fallon Mosley,
Myles Nelson, Gregory Newman, Paige
Otto, Christian Rains, Troy Ramos, Chan-
dler Schiavone, Payal Shah, Collin Shep-
py, Sara Shure, Shanavia Swasey,
Stephen Talmadge, Ashley Weaver, Den-
nis Whitehead and Jennifer Yello.


Palm Lake Elementary 1st-graders recently held their annual'May Day
celebration. The children practiced for many days. Each class had its
own maypole. The king and queen this year were Linda Martin, PLES
guidance counselor, and her husband, Bob Martin, a PLES mentor and
Orange County Sheriff's Deputy. Students and parents enjoyed re-
freshments afterward. Pictured is Mrs. Lewis' 1st-grade class.


Dr. Phillips High senior Kathleen A. Bubrick has been selected as the
winner of a National Merit Scholarship for $2,500. This scholarship is
underwritten by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Bubrick is
a Class of 2006 valedictorian and will attend Cornell University in the
fall. She is pictured with Principal Gene Trochinski.


Famil Chrstia


Jessica White, a Dr. Phillips High senior, is this year's Hug Life Award
recipient The award is given annually to a DPHS senior who displays
strong community involvement, along with academic achievement and
campus participation. The $500 scholarship was the 2nd given out by
Bobby Adelson and Danny Snow, both DP graduates. White will be at-
tending Florida State University this fall. Pictured are (l-r): Snow, White,
Adelson and Principal Gene Trochinski.


Dillad Sree


Family Christian School held its 1st talent show recently. More than 20 W '"i"
different acts were showcased, and Eddie and Rene Taubensee from Congratulations to Dillard Street Elementary stu-
local television station WFCS emceed the evening. Striking a pose af- dent Emily Zubricky, 1 of the Top 100 Disney
ter dancing to 'Easy as ABC' are Chantale Ninah (left) and Maddison Dreamers and Doers. She is pictured with Princi-
Odell. pal Rob Bixler.


Student honored
Congratulatiorls
go to Erfily
Zubricky. She was
chosen this years
Dillard Street Ele-
mentary's Disney
Dreamer and Doer.
One winner frobm
each school in Or-
ange, Polk, Osceo-
la, Seminole and
Lake counties is rec-
ognized for achieve-
ments in the areas
of community ser-
vice, character de-
velopment and com-
munication vwith
adults.
After being se-
lected by DSESfor
the award, Zubricky
was then chosen by
Disney as one offthe
Top 100 Dreamers
and Doers from
more than 500
school-level win-
ners. She and her
parents, Joanne and
Rudy Zubricky, ,t-
tended a special
ceremony at Epcot
recently.


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


ASSEMBLY OF GOD


FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
890 S. Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, FL 407-656-3949
Pastor Grady R0sell

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.beulahfl.com

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631 S. Dillard St.
WinterGarden; FL.
Jay Knolls, Pastor/President
(407) 656-3001
Awana/Patch (Summer program)
CalvaryChristian 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
Deaf Ministry* Filipino Ministry *
Awana's 3yr 8th grade
Central Florida Christian 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.fbccf.net

OAK LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
S10564 2nd. Avenue, Ocoee
(407) 656-1523
Dr. Walter M. Fowler, Pastor

SSTARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
611 West. Ave., Ocoee
Paslor Jeh Prilchard
(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.
407K-905-9508

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

CHRISTIAN

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

CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

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

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

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
Gathers Sundays at 10:05am at
Lake Whitney Elementary School
1,351 Windermere Rd.
Come as you are. 407-383-3022
www.harvestfl.org

EPISCOPAL

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

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

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

JEiWISH
CONGREGATION SINAI,
CLERMONT
635 West SR. 50, Ste. B
For services info. call
352-243-5353 or
www.congregationsinai-
clermont ora

LUTHERAN

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


Ever have the experience of believing something only
to find out you've been lied to? The result was dis-
app8intment at the least and devastation in many cas-
es. Confidence was stolen and trust was destroyed.
Lies always destroy.
Jesus said, "...I am the truth..." (John 14:6) and that
there is another who "...comes only to steal and kill and
destroy." (John .10:10). He further described that one
as "...the father of lies." (John 8:44) Who is it? Here's
the rest of His statement. "You belong to your father,
the devil, and you want to carry out your father's de-
sire. He was a murderer (destroyer) from the begin-
ning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in
him: When he lies, he speaks his native language, for
he is a liar and the father of lies." (John 8:44)
Think about the destructive thoughts, attitudes and
behaviors that come. Thoughts contrary to the truth pro-


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

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

METHODIST

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lakeview Avenue
407-656-1135
Rev. Russell Belcher'
8:00 Brief.Traditional, 9:00
Contemporary, 10:00
Sunday School, 11:00 Traditional,
5:00pm TNT Youth Group,

Newell St. -
Post *First United *
Office Methodist Church _
.I Plant St. O

S Colonial Dr. tN

7:00pm Contemporary & Gospel.

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

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

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

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


duce destructive behavior. When we say and do things
we are told will satisfy, and give purpose to our life,
but in reality hurt us and others, we have believed
the lie. The only way to win at life and overcome the
lie is to know the Truth. Jesus gave us a promise, "I
will ask the Father, and He will give you another
Counselor to be with you forever---the Spirit of
Truth..." (John 14:16-17) "When He, the Spirit of
Truth, comes, He will guide you into all truth'.."
(John 16:13)
Having a hard time knowing how to make good
choices? Get to know the one who exposes the lie
and is the Truth.
(From the believers at First Baptist Winter Garden)

ADV.


Worship Service. 407-656-6044

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

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

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
34786 (Comer of 5th Ave. & Main
St) Phone 407-876-2112
www.windermereunion ora


ST. ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH
Singles Dance
(last Saturday of Every Month)
8pm to 11 pm $5.00
Hastings St., Near Kirkman Rd
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Winter Garden
407-656-3633


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

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OARS to offer summer rowing classes for middle and high school students


The Orlando Area Rowing Society
(OARS) will offer three summer ses-
sions of rowing classes for middle and
high school students. Boy and girls of
all fitness levels are welcome to par-
ticipate.
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 Anderson on the
first day of practice.
Participants should wear athletic
clothes, sunglasses and tennis shoes
and are recommended to bring sun-
screen and a bottle of water.
The OARS boathouse is located in
Windermere on Main Street, diago-
nally across the street from Winder-


mere Elementary School. Rowers
should be dropped off at the school
parking lot and 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 membership,
emergency treatment and waiver
forms, which are all available online
at www.oars-online.com.


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CLASSIC ROCK & VA-
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ESTATE AUCTION, 173
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LAND AUCTION-174+/-
Sacres in historic Botetourt
SCounty, VA offered in 12!
tracts. Mountain vie*'
home sites, creek frontage,
open pasture. and mature
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National Forest for hunt-
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thusiasts. Auction Sat.,
June 3 at 1lam. Inspection
States: May 21 from 2pm to
:6pm, May 27, '10am to
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call Madeline 407/654-
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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 CRAFTISKILLSffRADE
120 LABOR
130 MEDICAL
132 LEGAL
135 PROFESSIONAL
136 RELIGIOUS
140 RESTAURANT/HOTEL/MOTEL
150 RETAIL
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY
160 MISCELLANEOUS
165 PART-TIME
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


MERCHANDISE:
200 ITEMS FOR SALE
220 COLLECTIBLES
240 GARAGE/YARD SALE
280 ITEMS WANTED
PETS:
300 ANIMALS FOR SALE
340 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& TRAVELTRAILERS
450 MOTORCYCLES
455 EQUIPMENT
460 BOATS
470 BOAT PARTS
480 VEHICLES WANTED


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


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. www.prosperity-
partners.com. fcanl8


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.
iifo @americasdriving
academy.com. fcanl8

ATTEND COLLEGE ON-
SLINE from home. Medi-
cal, business, paralegal,
computers, criminal jus-
tice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer provided.
Financial aid if qualified.
866/858-2121. www.On-
lineTidewaterTech.com.
fcanl8

BECOME A PROFES-
SIONAL TODAY! Book-
keeping & Quickbooks
Training Seminars.
STARTING JUNE 2006.
407/578-9151. Also offer-
ing LOW MONTHLY
RATES in bookkeeping
service for small business-
es. 6/8rl

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR. Training for
employment: Bulldozers,
backhoes, loaders, dump
trucks, graders, scrapers,
exca\ aiors National certi-
fication. Job placement as-
sistance. Associated Train-
ing Services. 800/251-
3274. www.atsn-
schools.com. fcanl8

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

MUSIC dAMP/CHILD-:
CARE. Orange County
Public School music teaTh-
er-sub. Mon. & Wed .
10am-3pm.:Ages 5-12. Pri-
vate piano lessons avail.
upon request. Private
Stoneybrook home. Space
limited 407/905-0191.
5/25sg


S040
Business
Opportunities

A CASH COW! 90
VENDING MACHINE
(LNITS/YOU OK LOCA-
TIONS. ENTIRE BUSI-
NESS-$10,970. HURRY!
800/836-3464 #BO2428.
5/18sag

ALL .CASH CANDY
route. Do you earn
$800/da\? 30 machines.
free candy. All for $9,995.
888/629-9968.
B02000033. Call us. We
will not be undersold.
fcanl8


FREE 188 PAGE book.
"How to make $900 a day,
without doing any work". A
regular $19.95 value-yours
free. Just call my toll-free
hotline and listen to excit-
ing 15 minute message.
800/487-0023, ext. 1051.
fcanl8

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

RECEIVE CHECKS IN as
little as 60L90 days. $4,000
+ a month for 10-20 years
from an investment of
$39,500 in oil and gas
wells. 8S8/722-5790.
fcanl8

VENDING ROUTE. LO-
CAL, get more per stop.
Snack, soda, water, juice.
Great equipment & loca-
tions. Financing available
w/$6,000 down. 877/843-
8726. BO # 2002-037.
fcanl8


070
Lost and Found

LOST: MALE CHOCO-
LATE Lab. 3 yrs. Reward!
Good Homes Rd area.
407/832-1826.5/18ds

FOUND: B/W MALE,
neutered dog. Maybe Shih
Tzu or Lhasa Apso mix.
Prairie Lake Blvd, Ocoee
area. Looks healthy. Beth,
407/367-9192.5/18be






100
,General Office

GENERAL OFFICE.,
PHONES, invoicing, in-
ventory, filing, customer'
-service. Fast paced. 60 yr.
old service business, J01 K,
benefits, EOE. Please fax
vour resume to 407/839-
0366 or call 407/466-5907.,
5/18gcr

OFFICE ASSISTANT
FOR large irrigaton repair
company. Computer exp.


407/774-6648 or
www.aactionsprinkler.com.
5/18aas

RECEPTIONIST/AD-
MINISTRATIVE ASST.
FOR REAL ESTATE OF-
FICE. Looking for relia-
bility, pleasant clear voice,
with some administrative
skills. Start tomorrow.
Come grow with our com-
pany. E-mail to
elite21 @bellsouth.net or
leave message @ 407/472-
1836. 5/18c21ep

STRUCTURED CA-
BLING DIVISION seek-
ing FT. Admin. Asst.
Strong computer, organi-
zational, multi-tasking
skills a must. Please fax re-
sume to 775/618-5269 or
Email tojhawthome@true-
vance.com. 5/18tv


105.
Domestic

HOME CLEANERS
NEEDED. $180 P/T-up to
$360+ F/T. Your area: Car,
phone, English required.
Anna's Housekeeping,
since 1991. -107.'447-1-451.
5/25ahp


PROFESSIONAL

HOUSE
CLEANING

Great hours!.
No nights or
weekends.
Weekly pay.
Bonus programs.
Start
$9.50-$10.00/hr
plus paidimileage
YOU earn raises
based on MERIT
Vehicle, English,
Energy required.
Schedule an
interview, call
407-877-7738
after9am



HOUSEKEEPING. EX-
ECUTIVE HOMES. Must
speak English. Trans-
portation needed. No
nights or weekends. Full or
part time. West Orange
county area. Classic Care.


AP NOW

^^ HIRING
Winter Garden Pizza Co.
now hiring FT or PT
bussers, dishwashers,
cashiers & servers.
Apply in person at:
42 W. Plant Street
Sg9 I Winter Garden






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Why work for less?
$9.50-$12.00 per hour
Paid Mileage
Weekly Pay.
Bonus Programs
Mon-Fri
No weekends or nights:
Insured vehicle per
applicant.
English required
Must be bondable.
Call
407-877-7738
after 9am 518ic


110
Crafts/Skills/
Trade

BODY SHOP. Collision
repairman. 407/656-8568.
5/.18gbs.

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

CARPENTERS an
Helpers, Boat Dock con-
struction, exp. preferred, si
habla espanol, 407-435-
5675. 6/lgdc

CENTRAL FLORIDA
READY MIX, Concrete
Delivery company now hir-
ing experienced Class B
drivers;:Competitive wages
and' commissions. Call
352/394-1878 tfncfrm

CLASS A CDL driver. Lo-


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


cal nursery. F/T. Clean
driving record. Apply in
person 4001 Avalon Rd.,
W.G. or fax resume to
407/656-0077. 6/lwon

DRIVER-HIRING QUAL-
IFIED drivers for central
Florida local & national
OTR positions. Food grade
tanker,' no hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits,
competitive pay & new
equipment. Need 2 years
experience. Call Bynum
Transport for your oppor-
tunity today. 800/741-
7950. fcanl8

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

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.
www.cypresstruck.com.
888/808-5846. fcanl8

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

DRIVER NEEDED FOR
glowing Lake county busi-
ness. Good driving record,
lifting and unloading re-
quired. Delivery area is
central Florida-no
overnight. Competitive pay
and benefits. Please call
352/429-8599. 5/18wol

DRIVERS-OTR,
FLATBED and reefer. Re-
cent average $1,294-
$1,523/wk. No experience?
On the Road training avail-
able. 800/771-6318.
www.primeinc.com.
fcanl8


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Nlontverde Academy is now accepting applications for the 2006-2007 school
year. Founded in 1912. Monwverde Academy is an independent, coeducational.
college preparatory boarding 17-12) and day school (PK3-12) situated on
125 acres adjacent to Lake Florence in Moniverde, Florida. Expanding on
its 25 million dollar campus. Monrverde Academy has begun construction on
a new 4 million dollar lower school learning center to open in September of
2006 to house a growing lower school student body.

Available teaching positions for September of 2006

High School Librarian/Media Specialist

Elementary/Middle School Phys Ed. Instructor

ESL Instructor

School Nurse

Dorm Parent for Girls Dorm

6th Grade Instructor

Elementary Computer Teacher

Middle School Spanish Instructor

Food Service Manager
Part-Time Drama Instructor


Qualifications: i
Mo'd AFlorida Certificate required for teaching positions
Experience preferred, graduate degree preferred i

Benefits:
Competitive salary commensurate with county scale
Small class size of 20
Tuition remission available for children of full time faculty and staff
125 acre campus. strong endowment
Medical coverage, dental plan available
S10% employer contribution toward retirement

Visit w ww.montverde.org for employment application and instructions.
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DRIVER. SOD, CLASS'
A. Local, clean MVR.
$40k plus benefits. Off
road and forklift exp. re-
q'd. WG Grassing.
407/877-0709. tfnwgg ;

DRIVER WANTED FOR
valet. 2 day, PT. Apply
within: 752 S. Bluford,
Ocoee. 5/18csr

ELECTRICIAN HELPER:
FULL time, pool wiring,
local. 407/947-0002.
5/25tce

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

FLEET MECHANIC-
LIGHT, medium & heavy
tow trucks & equipment.
Hydraulic & welding 'a
plus. Must have tools &
transportation. Apply at
500 Wilmer Ave. 407/291-
0153. 5/18jws

GOLF COURSE WORK-
ER. FT/PT work. Apply n
person: 2501 McKinnon,
Windermere. Golf privi-
leges available. Hrs. 5arn-
1pm. 407/876-1814. tfA-
wcc

GROWERS NEEDED:
Seeking self-motivated, re-
sponsible individuals for
growing positions. In-
volves all aspects of pot-
ted foliage production: Wa-
tering, fertilization, chenm-
ical application and quali-
ty control. Experience pre-
ferred but not required. Se
Habla Espanol. See Jaysoqn
at 3252 Ocoee-Apopka
Blvd., Hermann Engel-
mann Greenhouses, Inc.


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407/886-3434. 5/25heg
HEAVY TOW-TRUCK
operator. Experience req'd.
SClass A CDL required. Ap-
ply in person. 500 Wilmer
Ave. tfnjw
HELP WANTED: HER-
SMANN Engelmann Green-
, houses is looking for full
Time shipping people. Ap-
Sply at 2009 Marden Rd.,
Apopka. Se Habla Espanol.
S8:30am-4:30pm., Mon.-
Fri. 5/25heg
IRRIGATION TECH. EX-
i PERIENCED only. F/T.
S407/774-6648 or
Swww.aactionsprinkler.com.
S5/18aas

- LASER OPERATOR. WE
Swill train you on our laser
Sengraving machine. Must
be reliable, & have good
, attention to detail. You will


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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
LOADER/BOBCAT OP-
ERATOR'S. Custom resi-
dential grading. CDL a
plus. Experience required.
407/448-8858. 5/19tbs
MECHANICAL & TIRE
SERVICE positions Exp.
preferred. Join a winning
team. Celebrating our 60th
year in business. Benefits
include Group insurance,
401K, monthly and annual
bonus and more. Call
407/466-5907 or fax re-
sume to 407/839-0366.
5/18gcr
NIGHT SUPERVISOR


NEEDED for 2nd shift in
Winter Garden. Must be re-
liable. Have good attention
to detail and able to super-
vise 5 people. At least one
year supervisory exp. re-
quired. FT w/benefits. Fax
resume to 407/654-8451,
Attn: Mr. Wehmeier. tfnd-
jb
PIPE CREW, ALL posi-
tions. Exp'd only. Com-
petitive pay, Call CDS @
407/239-4565.
DFWP/EOE. 6/8cds
PRODUCTION LABOR-
ERS NEEDED for day and
evening shift: Immediate
openings, local firm, will
train. Excellent wages,
benefits and 401k. EOE.
Apply at Mack Concrete
Industries, Inc. 23902 CR
561, Astatula, FL. 34705.
6/1mci


SECURITY GUARD
WANTED. Sat. & Sun-
days. Please apply 306 9th
St., W.G. 407/656-1846.
5/18hb
STRUCTURED CA-
BLING DIVISION seek-
ing Apprentices/Installers
for voice & data cabling.
Must have strong willing-
ness to learn (training pro-
vided). Please fax resume to
407/428-6219 or Email to
ebrewbaker@truevance.co
m. 5/18tv

130
Medical

EXPERIENCED DEN-
TAL/ORTHO Asst. Exc.
benefits with a very com-
petitive salary. Hard work-
ing, team oriented individ-
uals needed. 1 yr. exp. a
must. Fax resume 407/909-


0019. 5/18dro
M.A. NEEDED for Der-
matology practice in
Ocoee. Multi-tasked, de-
tail oriented individual.
Please fax Resume and
Salary requirements to
Attn: Cindy 407-933-1001.
5/18ad .

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
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
AND Assistant Teacher for
the 2006-07 school year at
Oakland Presbyterian
Church. Call Debby
Aldridge at 407/654-4452
or 321/438-1465 for more
information or an inter-
view. tfnopc
SOCIAL WORKER. LO-
CAL Christian ministry is
seeking a qualified social
worker to work with adults
and children. Some
evening work is required.
Good personal skills and
computer skills are a must.
Fax resumes to 407/656-
1080 or 407/425-9513.
5/18csc
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
COOKIES BY DESIGN
now hiring full & part-
time. Bakers, decorator, &
drivers to work Dr. Phillips
area. Call 407/903-0230.
tfbcbd
HELP WANTED: ALL
positions. FT & PT. Sub-
way Sandwiches, all loca-
tions. Flexible schedules,
benefits, opportunity for
advancement. Apply in
person or apply online at


Subway.com. 5/25s
RESTAURANT IN
OCOEE looking for help.
Servers/dishwasher.
407/654-9096, call after 5
pm. 5/25rn
RN's & LPN's NEEDED!!!
Colonial Lakes Health
Care has openings for RN's
and LPN's on 3-11 shift
and weekends. We have
competitive salary, bene-
fits, $2,000 sign on bonus,
weekend pay programs and
flexible scheduling. If in-
terested in applying please
call 407/877-2394 and ask
to speak to Melissa Costa,
Director of Nursing.
5/18clhc
RISK MANAGER NEED-
ED. Colonial Lake Health
Care has an opening for a
qualified individual for its
Risk Management posi-


tion. Must be RN and have
LTC experience. Experi-
ence in Risk Management
a plus. If interested, please
call Gary Lackey, Execu-
tive Director at 407/877-
2394. 5/18clhc
STAFF DEVELOPMENT
COORDINATOR needed.
Colonial Lakes Health
Care is looking for a qual-
ified person to conduct it's
staff education. Must be
RN and have experience in
LTC. If interested, please
contact Gary Lackey, Ex-
ecutive Director at
407/877-2394. 5/18clhc
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.


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Residential Pick Up and Delivery
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150
Retail
CUSTOMER SERVICE
PERSON needed for local
rental co. Must have good
driving record and capable
of heavy lifting. Inquire in
person at House of Rentals,
1330 S. Vineland Rd.,
W.G. Mon-Sat. 8am to
4pm. tfnhor

160
General
Employment
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/mo. Personal business
coach. 1/866-372-9297.
www.thepowerto-.
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ness.com. ID#100766149.
5/25tc
SECURITY GAURD
wanted, Sat.& Sundays.
Please apply 306 9th St.,
Winter Garden. 407-656-
1846. 8/11hb
WANTED: NURSERY
WORKER. Biosphere,
Winter Garden. 407/656-
8277.5/25b


Bldg. Inspector I & II
Police Officer
Pool Manager
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
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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
DELIVERY
PERSON/Lunch time.
Mon.-Fri. for cafe in Win-
ter Garden. Must have own
car & friendly attitude.
Good pay + tips. Call
407/905-5718 between
10am-4pm. 5/18cfc
ESCORT. QUALITY
HEALTH Care Center in
Winter Garden is looking
for escorts to accompany
our residents to medical ap-
pointments outside our fa-
cility. Transportation will
be provided by us. The es-
cort will be scheduled in
advance and paid $25 per
appointment. Please call
407/877-6636 or apply in
person at 12751 West
Colonial Drive in Winter
Garden. 5/18qhc
goAUPAIR SEEKS local
representative, to advise
and assist international
young adults in cultural ex-
change childcare program.
PT, work from home.
Email resume to
2blar@goaupair.com.
5/18jb
PART TIME HELP want-
ed for Plant Nursery. Job
will entail taking care of


plant material, weeding,
grading, potting and scout-
ing for insects. Must be
able to read, write and or-
ganize daily work sched-
ule. Greenhouse experi-
ence is desired. Please con-
tact 407-656-2800. 6/lpf
R/E ASST. Mon.-Fri. 9am-
3pm. Must be strong in
computer, filing, organiza-
tional skills, & people ori-
ented. Please call 407/217-
8015 for further info.
5/18mig
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.
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200
Items for Sale
ALL STEEL BUILDING
sale! "Plus free bonus".
20x32 now $4100, 25x42
$6200; 30x52 $9800,
40x82 $18,400. Many sizes


and models. Ends/acces-
sories optional. Pioneer.
800/668-5422. fcanl8
BRUNSWICK POOL
TABLE & equip., new
$3,000 + ask $1500. Spir-
it SR225 treadmill. Best of-
fer. 407/654-7141. 5/25jm
COMPUTERS FOR
SALE. 407/242-4161.
6/8rb
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.
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DINETTE SET almost
new, solid maple wood, 6
chairs with cushions, $300,
o.b.o. Thomasville king-
size bedroom set, head-
board, triple dresser,
amoire and mirror. Excel-
lent condition $800. 407-
616-4516 anytime. 5/18am
DINING ROOM SET.
Thomasville, pecan finish.
Oval table, six chairs, 2
leaves, pads, server. In very
good condition. $500.
407/876-6728.. 5/18db
JET 3 MOTORIZED


scooter/chair. Used less
than 2 hrs. $800, obo Exc.
cond. Call for appt. days
321/388-6488 after 6pm
407/654-1987. 5/25pc
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. fcanl8
REDUCED!!! RUG. IN-
DIA KASHAN Oriental.
12'x18'. New, never used.
Hand made. New Zealand
wool. Ivory w/blue 8t pink
pastel flower pattern.
$1900. MUST SELL-
MAKE ANY REASON-
ABLE OFFER. 407/654-
7718. tfnjd
TTED ITEMS. NEW
smock dresses for little
girls. Small girl's bicycle.
Baby booster & baby
stroller. 407/654-8644.
5/18dk
WHIRPOOL WASH-
ER/DRYER set. Less than
1. yr. old. $400/set. Mov-
ing, must sell! 407/616-
4516. 5/25am
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BEDS. Buy direct and
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4D The West Orange Times Thursday, May 18, 2006


21st. 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
5/18ts

ESTATE SALE. WIN-
DERMERE. All week. By
appt. Antiques throughout
house. Piano & much
much more. 407/694-1560,
407/765-3131. Sale han-
dled by Finders Keepers of
Windermere. 5/18fk

ESTATE SALE.
CLARENCE Adkison. 367
N. Park Ave., Winter Gar-
den. Hoise and garage full;
Neon beer lights (about
70), for office, game room,
bar, etc., antiques, col-
lectibles, lots of dishes &
kitchen stuff. Decorative
items, linens, pottery, fur-
niture, & much more.
Priced to sell! For info call
407/656-5847 or 407/325-
6227. May 19th, 20th &
21st. 8am-2pm. 5/18sa

MULTI FAMILY. 285
Virginia Dr. W.G. Fri. &
Sat. Furniture, clothes,
plants. Lots of items.
5/18rg

MULTI-FAMILY
GARAGE sale. Furniture,
clothing, misc. household
items. 84 E. Crest Ave.,
W.G. Sat. only. 8am-2pm.
5/18mm

OAKLAND
PRESCHOOL YARD
sale. Sat., May 20. 529 S.
Lakeview Ave., Winter
Garden.- 8am-2pm.
S5/18opc

SAT., MAY 20.7am-2pm.
Kitchen accessories, tread-
mill, furniture, clothing,
:books, etc. 1021 Glenhar-
bor Cr., W.G. 5/18ss

WINTERGARDEN ES-
TATE sale. Fri. & Sat.,
8am to 3pm. 311 Bay Side
Ave. House & garage.
packed! Collectible Fen-
ton, Capodimonte, glass,
oils, doll collection, cos-
tumejewelry, living room,
bdrm., patio furniture, pots,
pans, dishes: Corner of
Tilden & Park Ave. Follow
signs. 5/18jg

WINTER GARDEN
GARAGE sale. Sat., 8am-
3pm. 440 N. Main St: Din-
iig'raoom able. day bed,
dresser, white mica bdrm.
furniture. Exc. cond. E.
Tilden, North on Main.
Follou signs. 5,/181

W~NDO\ A/C'S, fridge,
sto' e. householditem,. an-
tique furniture; oak book-
shelves, lamps, chairs, tall
metal shelves, ladders, vac-
uum cleaner, ceiling fan,
cklthes. man) polled land-
scaped plants & trees.
Good prices, don't miss it.
Fri. & Sat. 8am. 13079
Reaves Rd.,-W.G. Near
WOHS. 1 block South of
Beulah Baptist Church..
5/18ks

YARD SALE. 5/20. 1101
Coastal Cir. Ocoee White-
Rd. to Montgomery. Rt.
onto Coastal Wakeboard.
paintball gun, other chil-
dren's items. 9am-2pm
5/18ib


YARD SALE. 9474
Comeau St., Gotha. TV,
toys, rocker w/ottoman,
baby clothes/gear & house-
ware. Sat., May 20, 8am to
2. 5/18pc


280
Items Wanted


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


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

WANTED TO BUY: Mor-
gan silver dollars and old
US coins. Single coins, ac-
cumulations, entire collec-
tions. Littleton Coin Com-
pany, since 1945. Call
800/581-2646, email coin-
buy@littletoneoin.com.
Mention code B8K920F.
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S 340
Free to Good
Home

FREE TO LOVING home.
2 beautiful puppies. Black
Labrador mix. Fun, love-
able, playful. 407-656-
4768. 5/18fa


380
Pet Services &
Supplies

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






430
Trucks & Vans

1999 CHEVY SUBUR-
BAN. Exc. cond. 95k.
Loaded, leather, A/C,.pre-
mium sound, tow pkg.
$8700. .407/654-5277.


5/25gmc _


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







515
Music &
Photography

EXP. PIANIST FOR hire.
Weddings, receptions, par-
ties, teas, etc. 407/522-
4962. 5/25dt

MUSIC FOR WED-
DINGS/special events. Pi-
ano lessons. Sounds: Harp,
Piano, Organ. 407/654-
8644. 5/18dk


528
Legal

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. fcanl8 .

INJURED! ACCIDENT!
PERSONAL injury hurt.
Negligence, wrongful
death. Call now 24 hrs. A-
A-A Attorney Referral Ser-
vice 800/733-5342. Speak
to a lawyer now. Protect
your rights. No fee. An ac-
cident is a serious matter.
fcanl8


540
Cleaning

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

HANDYMAN SERVICE
AVAILABLE. Drywall,
trim work, carpentry, paint-
ing, pressure washing, cus-
tom tile work, kitchen cab-
dinetry work, etc. 321/388-
1330. 5/18rp

REPAIR, REMODEL,
RENOVATIONS & in-
stallation services. Call
Handyroo's. Licensed/In-
sured. 407/340-1719. tfn-


TRI STAR PLUMBING,
Inc. Licensed and Insured
Professionals C-FC


146458. Registered by the
county and a city contrac-
tor. Our services range
from 24 hr. emergency ser-
vices, water heaters, re-
pipes, remodels, drain care,
fixtures (faucets), sinks and
toilets. 10% Senior Dis-
count. Call 407/298-3787.
7/20tsp



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


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


570
Lawn & Tree

BO'S.LAWN SERVICE.-
Weed-eating, mowing,
blowing, edging. Cheapest
price around. 321/297-
5748, 407/287-9681.6/8kb








600
Homes for Rent

OCOEE. 2 BDRM. house
w/large fenced yard. Cen-
tral air, new carpet. Avail.
June 1st. $900/mo. Call
Bill 407/716-3010.5/18bs.

SMALL HOUSE OCOEE.
2/1, central A/C. $675
monthly, $350 security.
407/656-6270. 5/18smc

3 BDRM.; 2 BATH home
on Butler Chain of Lakes.
Quiet, dead-end street. 2
car garage,. boathouse.
$1890. 1/801-232-9291.
tfnab.

2 BDRM, W.G. home
downtown. No pets. $800
.p/month, $400 deposit.
Ref. req'd. 407/656-5004.
5/18rn


610
Condo &
Townhouses

CONDO FOR SALE.
Windtree Gardens: 2 bed/2
bath. $129,000. 407/656-
3336. 5/18cm

WINDTREE 2br/2ba split
floor plan, on first floor.


Screened porch, pool and
tennis. Available June.
$800 plus security. No
pets, 407-909-1311.5/25dr

WINDTREE GARDENS
CONDO 161T. 2/2, .
Ground floor. Fresh &
clean. $800 p/mo. No
smokers. 321/689-5907.
5/25cf

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


610
Condo &
Townhomes

NEW SPACIOUS, 3 bed-
room, 2 ba condo for rent,
1453 sf, community pool,
indoor basketball, racquet-
ball and workout.facilities.
$1400 a month. 954/650-
8912. 5/18jk


620
Apartments &
Duplexes

APT. FOR, LEASE. 1
bdrm in W.G. $500.
407/656-1083. 5/18sr

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

RENT FURNISHED
ROOM for $100 p/wk.
Winter Garden. Utilities
included. 407/877-8992.
5/18rf


650
Commercial

BEAUTIFUL NEW OF-
FICE space for lease. Con-
veniently located in historic
Oakland, FL. Contact
Mike or Tracy, 407/656-
2622. 5/25eei

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

PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICE SUITES for rent in
Windtree Professional
Center. Located on W.
Colonial in Winter Garden.
407/654-3913. 5/25all

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

1200 +/- SQ. FT. North
Winter Garden. $14 p/ft.
Call Lisa 321/948-9296.
Avail. June 1st. tfnlb


700
Homes for Sale

CLERMONT. LAKE-
FRONT REMODEL.
2,068 sf, 3/2. $274,500.
Owner/agent. Jim 352/409-
4544. 5/18js

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
Pecky Cypress Way. Gat-
ed community. Call today
for an appt. Remax Town
Centre 407/761-8754.
5/18psr

HOME FOR SALE. 607
South Park Ave., Winter
Garden. Completely re-
modeled 2/1 home with 1/1
guest suite. Brand new cab-
inetry & counter tops in
both. Brand new flooring
in both, new tile and tub,
convenient to shopping, di-
rectly on bus route, newer
stove and frig stay. Show-
ing by appt. only. 407/353-
8986 leave message.
$145,000. 5/181w

OCOEE/FOREST
BROOKE brand new,
2,746 sf, 5/3. $455,000.
Jim-agent. 352/409-4544.
5/18js

OPEN HOUSE-OAK-
LAND. 20 E. Vick'Ave.
Fri. May 19, 10-6pm. Re-
stored cracker house on
half acre lot. Must see.
5/18ap

WINTER GARDEN/WIN-
TER Oaks. New 4/2.5
w/lakeview. $367,500.
Jim-agent. 352/409-4544.
5/18js


740
Lots and
Acreage

BEAUTIFUL LAKE
LOTS. Ga's. finest hidden
country area for fishing,
boating and a new golf
course on pristine Lake
Russell. 706/213-6734.
www.lakerussellproper-
ties.com. fcanl8

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.
ww.janebaerrealty.com,
janebaer@alltel.net. fcanl8

INDUSTRIAL-60 MILES
EastofTallahassee. 13,742
sq. ft. block bldg., paved
parking, 4/2 house, 7.3 ac.
$499,000. MLS #51894.
Century 21 Rankin Realty.
800/677-5559. www.cen-
tury2 rankinrealty.com.
fcanl8

MOUNTAIN PROPER-
TY! INTERESTED in


buying property in the Blue
Ridge mountains of NC?
Call Active Realty today at
800/979-5556 or visit our
website at www.Active-
RealtyNC.com. fcanl8

PRIME ACREAGE AUC-
TION. 1 lam-Sat., May 20.
Arcadia, FL. 1066 Ac+/-.
Offered in 18 parcels 27 +/-
to 118 +/- acres. Located
in Desota county. Close to
SR 70 and US 17. Preview
onsite. Fri., May 12. 2pm-
6pm. 800/257-4161.
M.E.Higgenbothem. CAI
FL Lic. # AU305/AB 158.
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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 Where-
abouts Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Administration
(intestate) has been filed in this
Court. You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, on Petitioner's attorney, whose
name and address are:
DAVID W. VELIZ
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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
SCourt either before service or im-
mediately thereafter. Failure to
serve and file written defenses as
required may result in a judgment
or order for the relief demanded,
without further notice.
Date oi 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


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Thursday, May 18, 2006 The West Orange Times 5D


* IN RE: ESTATE OF

SIIIRLEY A. KANTNER,

Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)

TO ALl. PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:

You are hereby notified that an Or-
der of Summary Administration
has been entered in the estate of
SHIRLEY A. KANTNER, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2006-CP-
001003-0; by the Circuit Court for
Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division; the address of which is
425 North Orange Avenue, Or-
land, Florida 328011 that the dece-
dent's date of death was March 8,
2006; that the total value of the es-
tate is $37,500.00 and that the
names and addresses of those to
whom it has been assigned by such
order are:

Kimberly Kantner
14008 St. Leo Court
Orlando, Florida 32826

ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:

All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the es-
tate of the decedent other than
those for whom provision for pay-
ment was made in the Order of
Summary Administration my their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

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

THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
: May 11, 2006.

Person Giving Notice:
KIMBERLY KANTNER
14008 St. Leo Court
Orlando, Florida 32826

Attorney for Person Giving No-
tice:
DAVID W. VELIZ
Florida Bar No.: 846368
David W. Veliz, P.A.
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite.103
Orlando, Florida 32804
Telephone: 407/849-7072
5/11,5/18/06



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OR-
ANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2006-CA-3067-O

EXECUTIVE LIMOUSINE AND
TOUR SERVICES; INC., a Flori-
da corporation, sometimes known
as EXECUTIVE LIMOUSINE


AND TOUR SERVICE, INC.,

Plaintiff,

vs.

MARIE E. MONRO, also known
as MARIE MONRO and MARIE
T. MONRO, WILLIAM C. MON-
RO, THE ESTATE OF MARIE E.
MONRO, JOHN DDE AND
MARY DOE, AND ANY AND
ALL HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, PERSONAL REP-
RESENTATIVES, TENANTS
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST ANY OR
ALL OF SAID DEFENDANTS,
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,

Defendants.

AMENDED NOTICE OF
ACTION

TO: MARIE E. MONRO, also
known as MARIE MONRO and
MARIE T. MONRO, WILLIAM
C. MONRO, THE ESTATE OF
MARIE E. MONRO, JOHN DOE
AND MARY DOE, AND ANY
AND ALL HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, PERSONAL REP-
RESENTATIVES, TENANTS
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST ANY OR
ALL OF SAID DEFENDANTS,
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to quiet title to the
following property in Orange
County, Florida:

Lot 5, Block 1, Tier 3, Plant of
Taft, according to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book E, pages
4 and 5, of the public records of
Orange County, Florida, together
with the North 1/2 of vacated hlley
on South.

has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Ronald W. Sikes, Esquire, the
Plaintiffs attorney, whose address
Ronald W. Sikes, PLLC, at 1000
East Robinson Street, Suite A, Or-
lando, Florida 32801, on or before
June 3, 2006, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either
before service on the Plaintiffs at-
torney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demand-
ed in the complaint or petition.

Dated this 3 day of May, 2006.

LYDIA GARDNER
Clerk of the Court

By: /s/ Deputy Clerk
Deputy Clerk
Court Seal
5/11,5/18, 5/25,6/1/06



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


Case No.: 06-DR-3159
Division: 41

ANA PAULA BARROS-MARI-
ETTO,
Petitioner,
and
PERSON C. MARIETTO,
Respondent.

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
PUBLICATION

TO: Gerson C. Marietto
Rua Miguel Couto, No. 344, Apt.
301
Niteroi, RJ 24200 BRAZIL

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage,
including claims for dissolution of
marriage, payment of debts, divi-
sion of real and personal proper-
ty, and for payments support, has
been filed against you. You are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to this action
on Eugene Stilianopoulos, Esq.,
Petitioner's attorney, whose ad-
dress is PO Box 2078, Winder-
mere, Florida 34786, on or before
June 15, 2006, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court at Or-
ange County Courthouse, 425 N.
Orange Ave., Room 320, Orlan-
do, Florida 32801, either before
service on Petitioner's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
petition.

WARNING: Rule 12,285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.

DATED this 4th day of May, 2006.

LYDIA GARDNER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: JOSE'AVELLE'
Deputy Clerk
5/11,5/18,5/26,6/1/06



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on June 1, 2006, at
8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth Road,
Orlando, FL. 32807 for the tow-
ing and storage pursuant to F.S. #
713.78. Terms are cash.

1990 HONDA CIVIC, VIN #
1HGED3655LA060564
1990 CHEVROLET ASTRO
VAN VIN #
IGNDMI5Z6LB138242

MD Towing reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and all bids.



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on June 2, 2006, at
8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth Road,
Orlando, FL. 32807 for the tow-
ing and storage pursuant to F.S. #
713.78. Terms are cash.

1984 OLDSMOBILE, VIN #
1G3AG69Y8EM859087


1991 MAZDA 626 VIN #
I YVGD22B5M5148063
1994 DODGE CARAVAN VIN #1
2B4GH12538RR664780

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



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on June 3, 2006, at
8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth Road,
Orlando, FL. 32807 for the tow-
ing and storage pursuant to F.S. #
713.78. Terms are cash.

1992 HONDA CIVIC VIN #
JHMCB7550NC018572

MD Towing reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and all bids.



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on June 4, 2006, at
8:00 a.m. at 1510N. Forsyth Road,
Orlando, FL. 32807 for the tow-
ing and storage pursuant to F.S. #
713.78. Terms are cash.

1993 FORD PROBE VIN #
1ZVCT22B4P5142800

MD Towing reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and all bids.



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Sly's Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell vehicles pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes that on 5/30/06 10:00a.m.
at 119 5th St., Winter Garden, FI.
34787-3613. Sly's Towing & Re-
covery reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.


83 CHEV.,
1G1AP87S5DL103787
90 BUICK,
2G4WB14TOL1445289
90 CHEV,
1GBEG25K6L7142859
91 TOYO,
4TIVV21E8MU049292
94 MITS,
JA3EA11A6RU018054
94 PONT,
1G2NW15M8RC814063
97 NISS.,
JN1CA21D7VT805719
02 JEEP,
1J4GX58J32C282571


2DR.

2DR.

VAN.

4DR.

'4DR.

2DR.

4DR.

UT


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

NOTICE OF SALE

Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc., will
sell at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suant to Chapter 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes on June 01, 2006
at 10 A.M.

*AUCTION WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS
LOCATED*


1996 MAZDA, VIN #1
JMITA2212T1209248

Located at: 151 W. TAFT
VINELAND RD., ORLANDO,
FL. 32824, Orange

1999 CHRYSLER, VIN #1
IC4GP64LIXB832608

Located at: 151 W. TAFT
VINELAND ROAD,ORLANDO,
FL. 32824; Orange

1998 MITSUBISHI, VIN #
4A3AJ56G4WE071536
2003 NISSAN, VIN #
IN4AL1ID93C102067
1995 NISSAN, VIN #
IN4BU31DISC175820
1999 LEXUS, VIN #
JT8BD68S2X0065799
1996 CHEVROLET, VIN #
3GNFK16R6TG148449
1991 PONTIAC, VIN #
1G2GX54C5M1238754

Located at: 151 W. TAFT
VINELAND ROAD,ORLANDO,
FL. 32824, Orange

DEALERS ONLY

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

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


CITY OF OCOEE
LEGAL NOTICE
HUD GRANT TOM ISON
VETERANS/
SENIOR CENTER
NOTICE OF FINDING
OF NO SIGNIFICANT
IMPACT AND
NOTICE OF INTENT
TO REQUEST RELEASE
OF FUNDS


These notices shall satisfy two sep-
arate but related procedural re-
quirements for activities to be un-
dertaken by the City ofOcoee/Tom
Ison Veterans/ Senior Center

REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF
FUNDS

On or aboutJune 1,2006 the City
Of Ocoee Tom Ison Veterans/ Se-
nior Center will submit a request to
the U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development
Region IV / Miami Field Office,
Brickell Plaza Federal Building,
909 SE. First Avenue, Suite 500,
Miami, FL 33131-3028 for the re-
lease of EDI-SP Grant: B-03-SP-
FL-0143 ($201,184.00) funds un-
der HUD 7015.15 of the 24 CFR
Part 58, Section 58.36, to under-
take a project known as Tom Ison
Veterans/Senior Center for the pur-


pose of building a Senior and Vet-
eran's Services Center to serve tlhe
daily needs of the Seniors and Vet-
erans in the City of Ocoee and
West Orange County.


FINDING OF NO
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT

TheCityof Ocoec hasdetermined
that the project will have no sig-
nificant impact on the human en-
vironment. Therefore, an Envi-
ronmental Impact Statement un-
der the National Environmental
Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not
required. Additional project in-
formation is contained in the En-
vironmental Review Record (ERR)
on file at Jim Beech recreation
Center 1820 A.D. Mints Rd.
Ocoee, Florida 34761 and may be
examined or copied weekdays
_8_A.M to _5_P.M.


PUBLIC COMMENTS

Any individual, group, or agency
may submit written comments on
the ERR to the City Of Ocoee,
Parks and recreation Department.
All comments received by May
31,2006 will be considered by the
City Of Ocoee prior to authoriz-
ing submission ofa request for re-
lease of funds. Comments should
specify which Notice they are ad-
dressing.

RELEASE OF FUNDS


The City Of Ocoee certifies to U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban
Development that Vito Petrone in
his capacity as Parks and recre-
ation Director consents to accept
the jurisdiction of the Federal
Courts if an action is brought to
enforce responsibilities in relation
to die environmental review process
and that these responsibilities have
been satisfied. U.S. Department
of Housing and Urban Develop-
ment approval of the certification
satisfies its responsibilities under
NEPA and related laws and au-
thorities and allows the City Of
Ocoee to use Program funds.

OBJECTIONS TO RE-
LEASE OF FUNDS

U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development will accept
objections to its release of fund and
the City Of Ocoee's certification
for a period of fifteen days fol-
lowing the anticipated submission
date or its actual receipt of the re-
quest (whichever is later) only if
they are on one of the following
bases: (a) the certification was not
executed by the Certifying Officer
of the City Of Ocoee Parks and,
Recreation Department (b) the City
Of Ocoee has omitted a step or
failed to make a decision or find-
ing required by HUD regulations at
24 CFR part 58; (c) the grant re-
cipient has committed funds or in-
curred costs not authorized by 24
CFR Part 58 before approval of a


release of funds by U.S. Depart-
ment of Housing and Urban De-
velopment; or (d) another Federal
agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR
Part 1504 has submitted a written
finding that the project is unsatis-
factory from the standpoint of en-
vironmental quality. Objections
must be prepared and submitted in
accordance with the required pro-
cedures (24 CFR Part 58, Sec.
58.76) and shall be addressed to
U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development Region IV /
Miami Field Office, Brickell Plaza
Federal Building at 909 SE. First
Avenue. Suite 500, Miami, FL
33131-3028. Potential objectors
should contact U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development
to verify the actual last day of the
objection period.

Vito Petrone City ofOcoee/ Parks
and Recreation Department Di-
rector




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Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4678748 Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4678700
or call 407-352-0520 or call 407-352-0520


CUSTOM HOME WITH ACREAGE Custom home on almost an acre!
California closets throughout. Granite countertops, 12 foot ceilings.'
Relaxing view of Lake Heart. 34 home sites in subdivision.
$449,900
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el. Many upgrades, 18" tile, large screened porch, bonus room w/full.
BA upstairs, Ig bdrms, A schools. Best price in area.
$413,700
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WINDERMERE BEAUTY Spacious 4 BD, 3.5 BA home w/3-car garage.
Features large master suite w/tray ceiling, spacious kitchen & fami-
ly rrr overlooking conservation & pond. Near Disney.
$454,900
Visit'www.srgmac.com/mls=o4675910
or call 407-365-3634


JOHN'S LANDING Gorgeous & spacious corner lot home in a lux-
ury community. Features upgrades like a bonus room, lake access,
granite counter tops, ,42" kitchen cabinets & more.
$559,900
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4669082
or call 407-352-0520


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HOUSE FOR SALE
BY OWNER
504 Bernardino Dr. Ocoee, FL 34761
1 bdrms/2bthsb grear room. dining room. den.
fireplace, 2 car garage larinmae flooring, car-
peied bedrooms, 'rceened-in back porch. ner
rooli2 vrs. old) and A/C ri i 13 yrs coldI
$315,900. Oaner motivated For mure info
please caU.
407-719-3405
407-656-4574


TIVOLI WOODS BEAUTY Incredible 4 BD, 2.5 BA 2-story home.
Crown molding, new 18" ceramic tile, huge master suite w/coffered
ceiling. Lg Kitchen/FR, upstairs laundry. Conservation lot.
$387,000
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4677292
or call 407-992-5030


A GOOD REASON TO MOVE To this Rose Hill beauty is the fantastic
location. This 3bd/2ba Ranch home is nestled in one of Orlando's most
desirable neighborhoods. Large fenced backyard.
$290,000
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4677411
or call 407-352-0520


SUMMERPORT POOL HOME New 4 BD, 3 BA Screened POOL/
PATIO, Ig prem conserve lot. Why wait & build when you can buy
today! Loaded w/upgrades, too many to list. PRICED TO SELL!
$456,500
.Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4675974
or call 407-354-1060


ImAND FOR SAM CAIA STEVE
2.5 Acres Villa City area, trees Grvoeland ............................. $199,900
1 00'xl 00' Lot, Hwy. 50, city of Clermont ................................. $150,000
15 Acres W oods, Millstream, pond, Groveland ......................... $319,500
5 AcresHowey in the Hills, Future land use 4-1 ........................ $299,900
25 Acres, Land use 4-1 ...... SO LD ................................... $2,700,000
1 ac r e ke Em ma view lot Groveland ..................................... $225,000
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DR. PHILLIPS ELEGANCE Contemporary 6 BD, 6 BA home orf a
spacious lot. Loaded with upgrades: Granite Counter Tops, Washed
Maple Cabinets, Plantation Shutters...and much more. MUST SEE
$839,900
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4673056
or call 407-354-1060


BEAUTIFUL 3 BD, 2 BA POOL HOME Highly sought after area
close to schools & the mall! Fresh paint, nice landscaping & a qui-
et neighborhood to relax in your refreshing, sparkling pool.
$298,000
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4674078
or call 407-352-0520


NOBODY SLEPT HERE This new 4 BD, 3 BA, 3 Car home new w/dra-
matic flair features bonus room w/surround sound, large cabinets &
granite counter tops in kitchen. Fully Loaded.
$444,900 -
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or call 407-352-0520


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THE LIVING IS EASY Maintenance free. Quiet & convenient. Charm-
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in Summit Greens. Call for appointment.
$274,900
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or call 352-243-7929


HOME WITH CURB APPEAL! Look no more! Step into this beauti-
fully maintained home w/French doors, tile throughout, covered
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$285,000
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SUMMIT GREENS BEAUTY Golf front beauty overlooking the lake
w/25X10 glass enclosed sunroom! This 2 BD, 2 BA home is spacious
w/lots of upgrades & extras. Come see it now, it won't last!
$359,900
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or call 407-352-0520


SUMMERPORT RETREAT Stunning 4 BD, 4 BA home with a Den
and a large Bonus Room in a Windermere Gated Community. Enjoy
the Pool & Spa overlooking the pond & Conservation.
$599,900
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or call 407-354-1060


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CALLING FIRST TIME BUYERS 2 BD, 2BA home located in one of
Clermont's finest neighborhoods. Two MA suites, split plan & new
roof. Perfect for first time, empty nester or college student
$199,900
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4678700
or call 407-352-0520


CUSTOM HOME WITH ACREAGE Custom home on almost an acre!
California closets throughout. Granite countertops, 12 foot ceilings.'
Relaxing view of Lake Heart. 34 home sites in subdivision.
$449,900
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=g4602830
or call 352-243-7929


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$454,900
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or call 407-365-3634


DESIRABLE VISTA LAKES Gorgeous 4 BD, 3 BA home, like a mod- JOHN'S LANDING Gorgeous & spacious corner lot home in a lux-
el. Many upgrades, 18" tile, large screened porch, bonus room w/full ury community. Features upgrades like a bonus room, lake access,
BA upstairs, Ig bdrms, A schools. Best price in area. granite counter tops, 42" kitchen cabinets & more.
$413,700 $559,900
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TIVOLI WOODS BEAUTY Incredible 4 BD, 2.5 BA 2-story home.
Crown molding, new 18" ceramic tile, huge master suite w/coffered
ceiling. Lg Kitchen/FR, upstairs laundry. Conservation lot.
$387,000
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4677292
or call 407-992-5030


DR. PHILLIPS ELEGANCE Contemporary 6 BD, 6 BA home orn a
spacious lot. Loaded with upgrades: Granite Counter Tops, Washed
Maple Cabinets, Plantation Shutters...and much more. MUST SEE
$839,900
Visit www.srgmac.com/mls=o4673056
or call 407-354-1060


A GOOD REASON TO MOVE To this Rose Hill beauty is the fantastic BEAUTIFUL 3 BD, 2 BA POOL HOME Highly sought after area
location. This 3bd/2ba Ranch home is nestled in oneof Orlando's most close to schools & the mall! Fresh paint, nice landscaping & a qui-
desirable neighborhoods. Large fenced backyard. et neighborhood to relax in your refreshing, sparkling pool.
$290,000 $298,000
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BY OWNER
504 Bernardino Dr. Ocoee, FL 34761
3 bdrms/2baths, great room, dining room, den,
fireplace, 2e ar garage, laminate flooring, car-
peted bedrooms, screened-in back porch, new
roof(2 yrs. old) and A/C unit (3 yrs. old).
$315,900. Owner motivated. For more info.
please call:
407-719-3405
407-656-4574


SUMMERPORT POOL HOME New 4 BD, 3 BA Screened POOL/ NOBODY SLEPT HERE This new 4 BD, 3 BA, 3 Car home new w/dra-
PATIO, Ig prem conserv lot. Why wait & build when you can buy matic flair features bonus room w/surround sound, large cabinets &
today! Loaded w/upgrades, too many to list. PRICED TO SELL! granite counter tops in kitchen. Fully Loaded.
$456,500 $444,900
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Chelsea and Co. Realty


cnd R Call Chelsea at 407.362.7922
Jeff & Chelsea Nevius I1
Licensed Real Estate Brokers REALO.-. So much more than you'll ever expect!

$369,900
3 BR/2 BA 2,239 heated sq. ft. If you enjoy a $299,000 NEW LISTING
very private & secluded environment, this is 3BR/2BA. Perfectly manicured lush land-
"J,.,.. 1,,. : it! Quiet surroundings w/Mt Dorajust minutes 3BR/2BA. Perfectly manicured lush land
away! Custom ceramic tile everywhere, HICK- ,-. escaping surrounds this beautiful POOL HOME
ORY cabinets in kitchen & baths, classy light- located in Weston Hills! Bright open kitchen,
Ia ing, 2 shower heads in MBath, large recreation large family room great for entertaining! Spa-
-, room with.a built-in bar, screened lanai & a 3- cious split floor plan well cared for immaculate
S.CAR GARAGE! Fenced and "HORSE and ready for occupancy as soon as necessary!
READY"! Riding mower & pool table includ- Great fenced in yard! MLS #04677367
ed! MLS #04629312


$299,900
3 BR/2 BA Just under 2,000 sq. ft. If you're
thinking about living in Clermont, here's a su-
per clean, very open home nestled right in the
middle of "A" rated schools! Custom touches
throughout, freshly painted exterior, big back
yard and located on a quiet, inside street.
- MLS # 04667743'


$395,950
4 BR/3 BA 3,321 heated sq. ft! This 2-story
home boasts 42" cabinets, an island in the
now kitchen & elegant crown molding. Family room
opens from kitchen beautiful fireplace! Huge
bonus room PLUS 4 large bedrooms. Conve-
nient Clermont location a short walk to Lake
S Minneola! MLS #04655147


S", $399,000
4 BR/3 BA This home \%ill take sour breath
away! Customized kitchen all stainless ap-
l~ : -.:;,* ': .,"?pliance., maple cabinets /cro, n molding, un-
der cabinet lighting! NIB has Travertine stone
sinks. \\all to \\all Spanish tile! Cancun in-
spired pool & lanai! NILS #04668658



SI $749,900
6 BR/3.5 BA This beautiful lake front home
will leave you in awe! Everything from the
original Terrazzo floors to the beautiful gourmet
kitchen, 2-story back addition with hard w\ood
floors over-looking the open air "sport pool"
PRIVATE location! Backs to a spring fed


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$384,900
1 2 BR/3 BA. 3 story town house-Gorgeous lake
view! Enjoy breathtaking views of Lake lin-
neola from \our master balcony! This 3-level
ii n home features Travertine, granite counters, and
i "' gorgeous tiled baths, 2 balconies & the entire
3rd floor is a master suite! Over-sized 2-car
garage!


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$649,900
4 BR/3.5 BA This:stunning 2-story colonial
home will be everything you've been looking -
for! Located in a private gated island commu-
rity, situated on an acre lot, you'll enjo) a view
of the lake from your pool. Downstairs master
w/a fireplace, hardwood floors, country kitchen
and more!



$304,900 .
3 BR/2 BA Just under 1/2 Acre! Ready for II-
MEDIATE OCCUPANCY! Parquet floors.
* large garden tub, NEW A/C, side entry garage,
fenced yard & more. The home sits on a qui-
et, inside street. "A" rated schools. $1,000 car-
pet allowance. MLS #04643459


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254,900
3 BR/2 BA This spacious POOL home offers
a private split floor plan! Enjoy a large formal
l iing and dinning room! Upgraded kitchen ap-
. pliances, washer and driyer included, ceramic
tiled floors and it's so clean! Outside you'll
marvel at the LARGE fenced yard, solar heat-
ed pool with salt chlorinator and cleaning sys-
tem! MLS # 04671464


$384,900
3 BR/2 BA This beautiful POOL home is lo-
cated in popular Greater Pines, nestled amongst
A RATED SCHOOLS! Large kitchen with
rich wood finish, over sized master bedroom
floor plan, classy upgraded lighting, immedi-
ate occupancy! MLS #04678495


$389,700
3 BR / 2 BA Just under 2200 heated sq. ft. Wait
until you see the remodeled kitchen! Upgrad-
ed Stainless steel appliances, Granite counter
tops and custom kitchen cabinets! Engineered
wood flooring in formal living and dinning
room! Wood burning fireplace in family room.
Large screened lanai looks onto a mature land-
scaped back yard! Chain of lakes access in
community! MLS #04674662


I $324,900
3 BR/2 BA Large kitchen with a BRAND NEW
'smooth top range, laminate flooring, master
i bath has a JETTED garden tub french doors
Sand an inviting decor! The back yard has a
White vinyl fenced in yard, with a solar heated
pool and large under roof lanai! This home
backs to wooden conservation!
-" 4 MLS #04661918


$317,900
3 BR2 BA Tlhis Regenct Hills home has been
decorated incrediblee taste from the rich
decor to the classy lighting to the paint on the
w\\ ls! Prii ate split floor plan, upgraded kitchen
appliances including a gas stove, beautiful cus-
tom tile throughout and so much more!



$189,900
3 BR/2 BA Just under 1700 sq. ft. Perfect first
home or rental property! Enjoy brand new\ floor-
ing, A/C & windows! All appliances includ-
ed! Fresh paint and new exterior. Large bed-
rooms, circular drive and a great big yard! Con-
veenient Leesburg location!




$244,900
Rent to o\w n this fantastic golf course front
townhouse is perfect as a weekend home. guest
suite or for your personal home! Can be sold fur-
nished or un-furnished. Enjoy quiet sur-
roundings and an excellent course'



$359,900 NEW LISTING
3BR/2BA Brand New! This amazing PRE-
MIUM cornel lot is on the highest point in the
neighborhood with an unbelievable view of
Lake Louisa! The house is wonderful! Up-
graded kitchen cabinets, arched doorways, well
placed molded niches, transom windows, and
the % iew of the lake from the front office or
formal dinning room is breathtaking!
MLS #04678112

$369,900
4 BR/2.5 BA 2.862 Sq. Ft. This large Clermont
home is located in a neighborhood tery close
to top rated schools' EnjoN formal LR and DR.
large open bonus room, kitchen w/an island
and 2 sinks, screened porch and a very big back
yard! Tastefully decorated and read. for im-
mediate occupancy! MLS #04668379


$719,900
5 BR/4 BA w/3.619 sq. ft. Beautiful 2-story Beaz-
er built home features a large kitchen v/Corian
counters, 42" cabinets, wall dven and an island!
Upstairs MBedroom and laundry room! Large
bonus room Enjoy a large pool & spa overlook-
ing a pond and a 3-car side entry garage. All on
a cul-de-sac and a PREMIUM OVER-SIZED
LOT- 18.621 sq ft.! Deeded conununirt access
to Butler Chain! MLS #04628185

$369,900
3 BR/2 5 BA 2.300 sq ft. This beautiful 2-stor\
home has a brick front exterior and is situated on a
private wooded 1/2 acre lot! Ne\w ly remodeled en-
jo\ ALL NEW flooring, granite counters, freshly
painted interior. \ood-burning fireplace and a
BRAND NEW ROOF' Open upstairs bonus loom!
Master bedroom is on first floor! Screened under
rooflanai runs the entire length of the house. Com-
munitl amenities galore! ILS #0-642185


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Jeff & Chelsea Nevius |a
Licensed Real Estate Brokers So much more than you'll ever expect!

4 BR/ 3.5BA. Beautiful Arrowtree Reserve! -
Over 1.5 Acres! Gorgeous Gourmet Kitchen! BR BAThisBRANDNEWhomeisunde
Space, privacy and gorgeous upgrades! If you construction with a completion date scheduled
LOVE real hardwood floors, granite counters, around December 2006! Enjoy ceramic tiled
stainless steel appliances, classy lighting and flooring, all kitchen appliances including glass
largerooms,this s it! Gas cook-toprane, top top range AND washer & dryer, tiled showers,
of the line cabinetry, HUGE master shower
and so much more! Over an acre and a half cast iron tub, beautiful outdoor lighting, 2-car
This is one virtual tour you won't want to miss! garage and more! Live near Ocala in a quiet
Beautiful neighborhood! MLS#04665176 .i yet growing area MLS #04679479


$424,900
S4 BR/2.5 BA Just under 3,000 sq ft. This beau-
tiful colonial style 2-story custom built coun-
p try home sits on 1 acre and backs to conserva-
tion! Very large MB...tub with jets and a HUGE
Closet! Wood burning fireplace, office down-
stairs. Quiet and secluded yet so close to com-
B. muter roads and shopping! Welcoming and
... friendly neighborhood-all large lots for maxi-
'' -, --.. .- .... mum privacy! Horses OK! MLS #04659303

S~ $309,900
2 BR/2 BA.SUMMIT GREEN Just over 1800
sq. ft. This gorgeous home is located in POP-
ULAR Summit Greens a 55+ community.
Upgraded perfectly with Corian counters and
back splash in kitchen, beautiful 42" cabinets
with crown molding, custom tile work in mas-
ter bath and more! Foam in walls, radiant bar-
Srier and ALL appliances included. HUGE
screened lanai. Located on a cul-de-sac!
MLS # 04644849 c

S$324,900
,'* ... 2 BR/ 2 BA This beautiful RV port home is so
'' new and features the best upgrades.. .extended
!. breakfast bar with lighting, large laundry room
with wash tub, white cabinets, garden tub in
master, screened lanai, ceramic tile and more!
Hook up your RV right in the port! Amenities
include community pool! MLS # 04661386



$409,900
5 BR/3 BA This 2-stories Apopka POOL home
S- is very spacious 3.356 sq. ft.! Enjoy separate
formal areas, a large kitchen with an island,
upstairs loft is open and perfect for computer
area, play room, TV lounge or open guest area.
ENTIRE interior FRESHLY PAINTED! Large
screened pool and lanai! Close to shopping &
schools! MNILS #04665166


"" 'i $324,900
4 BR/2.5 BA. Backs to beautiful Golf Course!
SSellerOffering $4,000 for Closing. Over 2,300
Cow9~ ;heated sq. ft! This beautiful 2-story homes
backs right to a gorgeous golf course. Hardwood
floors, large rooms, remodeled kitchen w/lots
of counters and cabinets and more! Commu-
Snity pool. Quiet location! NLS # 04672859


$424,900
5 BR/4 BA Regency Hills is a gated commu-
nity which offers a community pool, tennis
court and play ground. This beautiful 2-story
home boasts custom designed closets, HUGE
.walk-in kitchen pantry and an island, classy
lighting, formal living and dining room, 5th
bedroom can double as an office or den! This
beautiful home has a large backyard that opens
to wide open spaces! MLS #04678499


,- $299,900
S..-- 3 BR/2 BA Beautiful landscaping, partial brick
Front, large screened lanai and a HUGE fenced
back yard private, flat and ready for a pool
Inside you'll find an immaculate home filled
with natural light, formal LR & DR, soft decor,
all appliances, inside laundry and more!
...- MLS #04671031


$389,000
2 BR/2 BA Just under 2,100 square feet of liv-
ing area! Beautiful REAL wood floors and tex-.
tured Berber are just the beginning! Coriai
S.- -::counters, plenty of pull-out cabinets, an abso-
S* lutely HUGE lanai with 2 gazebos and a HOT
TUB and a golf course frontage. The 2nd bed-
room doubles as a billiards room with a clos-
et and a Murphy Bed! Community club privi-
Sleges and golf membership DO convey.
MLS # 04661590


$409,900.
3BR/2 BA 4th' bedroom has been modified td
,- an office! Wood burning fireplace in family
room, spacious kitchen with an island and
I I. "booth" seating, large master bathroom w/sit-
Sting area! Custom designed master bedroom;
HUGE screened lanai. Horses OK!
"A- i 77. MLS # 04658448


$274,900
4 BR/2 BA Over 2,000 sq. ft. This Brand New
Mercedes Ascott model home features an up-

ic tile & an open and spacious feel throughout.:
'' LARGE CORNER LOT! Community club
." i .house. $2,000 being offered by seller to cover to cover
"" : ": :.:: a refrigerator, blinds and fans!
S: MLS #04644128

$224,900
3 BR/2 BA This single family town home ig
Clermont is beautiful! Spacious split floo:
plan, large formal dinning room, laminatefloor-
-ing throughout! Galley kitchen includes smooth
top range and all appliances! The Sunny fam-
ily room is.great for entertaining and looks out
onto a large ceramic tiled screened lanai! Lo-
cated on a beautiful corner lot!
MLS #04674836


-- $319,900 ""' .
S3BR/2 BA Just under 2,000 sq. ft. This Greater
f Homes Alpine model features an open and split
12 -- floor plan w/cathedral ceilings, spacious kitchen
w .w/upgraded appliances opening to FR. large L -,.
garden tub in NiBath, French doors, formal LR
& DR, Plantation shutters and more! ALL ap-
pliances included. Upgraded elevation w/stone
accents and a front porch! Large 1/3 acre lot!
NMLS #04655141 :

$339,900
2 BR/2.5 BA 3rd BR has been modified to a den -
/ \a \\et bar! 1975 heated sq. ft. En!oy toer I acre '
of country living \%/a completely fenced lot. 3-car
garage, lo\\ maintenance flooring. tiled counters
vi.ra, in kitchen & bath, French doors & the most spa-
cious & private 2nd floor master suite complete
w/a sun room addition offering incredible views
"'...au & a large MBath w/a jetted garden tub & a % in-
.- dbw box. Screened lanai! MLS # 04652355


$384,900
4 BR/3 BA 2,263 sq. ft. This spectacular home fea-
tures an open floor plan split 3 ways, great BIG
kitchen w/lots of cabinets, master suite w/2 large
closets, large garden tub, French doors to lanai,
large formal areas and a gorgeous WEST facing
pool and lanai All of this over looks WIDE OPEN
SPACES and Lost Lake! Breath taking sunsets! NO
REAR NEIGHBORS! MLS #04643055


$399,900
3 BR/3 BA This beautiful home in The Legends
offers an open foyer, formal LR & DR, spa-
cious & private split floor plan and rich wood
floors!. MB is beautifully decorated, large:
MBath w/garden tub, cultured marble double
sinks! Kitchen w/sunny dinette, corian coun-:
ters, stainless appliances & so much more
Large under roof screened lanai looks out onto
a beautiful view of the 5th green!


$239,900 NEW LISTING
3BR/2BA. This brand new\v sting is located on
a beautiful large corner lot! This home of-
fers...wood burning fireplace, master bedrooni
with a garden tub & separate shower! Spacious
screened lanai looks out onto a completely
fenced back yard! MLS #04678087


$249,900
4 BR/2 BA This home is ever thing you ve
been looking for and more! Softly decorated
in earthy tones, large rooms, a big OPEN
kitchen and very clean! Large fenced back yard
with a new shed and mature landscape Quiet
Street, lake access, screened porch and LOOK
AT THAT PRICE!! MLS # 04667000


$319,000
2BR/2BA. Just under 2,000 square feet and
perfect cared for! This Clermont home is lo-
cated in the active community of King's Ridge!:
Enjoy clubhouse membership privileges in state
of the art facilities! Exterior freshly painted
with elastic based paint! Large screened lanai
backs to the Golf Course! MLS #04669126 :


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OFFERED FOR SALE AT $372,900
IMMACULATE 3br/2ba, 1,690 heated sq. ft. oversized cor-
ner lot, .30 of an acre, with irrigation system, kitchen with eat-
in space opens to family room, plant shelves, tile backsplash,
all appliances included. Covered patio with large fenced
yard, ceramic tile in entry, kitchen and baths, extended garage.
Gated Community of Cross Creek in Ocoee, with pool, ten-
nis courts, playground. Walking distance to Thomebrooke El-
ementary School. See more information about this property
at: http://www.483goldenmoss.com

Call 407-656-0404
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13360 W. Colonial Dr. #470
Winter Garden, FL 34787 (407) 656-0404

16 N. Clyde Ave. Kissimmee, FL 34741
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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


COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST!

In this beautiful custom built 4/3, spacious, two story home with
loft and office on TEN ACRES SW of Groveland. All of the
amenities at your fingertips! 3,322 sf under h/a plus garage. Large
pool and patio all screened in. Solar heat for pool. FIREPLACE.
30x40 detached garage with office FENCED. Enjoy your hors-
es, swimming and entertaining in your new home! By appt. only.-
All for $780,000.


9 222 S. Main St, Groveland
429-0659 or 429-5178
After Hours: Elaine Vick 407-808-0517


HOME FOR RENT ON LARGE LAKE
1,900+ sq. ft. 3/2 with dock and lift. Near hwy.
429 for easy access to all areas.

1/2 Acre building lot on Porter Re.

919 Marlene REDUCED! 2/1 in Ocoee, only $165K


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Lavish Reserve at Belmere home fea- Magnificent Private Lakefront Country
during granite countertops, stainless steel Estate situated on nearly 3.5 acres and
appliances, a bonus room and covered close to all of the attractions, restaurants,
lanai. The formal living room and ad- and shopping. Spectacular views from
jacent dining area are accented by vault- the 2nd deck of the boat dock, and inside
ed ceilings, designer draperies, & the attention to detail inside of this 5/4
wrought iron accents. $835,000.00. pool home will simply amaze you.
MLS# 04663426 $1,395,000.00. MLS#04661048









WINDERMERE -(Pending) YALAHA / LEESBURG AREA
Pond frontage Summerport town- This Lake Co. waterfront lot measures
home with over 1500 square feet of over of an Acre. Located in the exclu-
living space. The home features 3 sive Lakes & Springs community along
bedrooms 2.5 baths with the Master Lake Harris. Must build a min. 2800
downstairs and a 2 car garage. square foot home. 3-year time frame to
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Deborah
MultiMillion Dollar Producer
407-493-2757


Beautiful home sits on 2 lots at end of Cul-
de-Sac. and bordered in the rear by the West
orange Trail and nature preserve, creating a
rolling landscape with fruit trees & oaks.
The formal living room could be the 5th bed-
room. Patio is over extended. $379,900.
MLS# G4599975
Patti Daries 352-267-3669
Micki Blackburn Realty


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MultIMillion Dollar Producer
407-758-0191


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