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Roper YMCA
plans Fall Festival
The Roper YMCA is holding
its third annual fall festaal this
Saturday, Ocr. 21. from 4-7 p.m.
The festival will offer games,
prizes and face painting and will
leature music, a costume contest
and more.
The community is limited to
participate in the free event, see
what the Y has to offer and re-
ceive $50 off the joiner's fee.
The Y is located at 100 Win-
dermere Road, Winter Garden.
For more information about pro-
grams, call 407-656-6430.

Upscale Rummage
Sale coming back to
Camp Down Oct. 21.
The Central Florida Women's
League will hold its 6th annual
Upscale Rummage Sale at Camp
Down this Saturday, Oct. 21,
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is the
2nd year the event will he held
at Camp Down, 3409 Maguire
Road in Windermere.
Items for sale will include elec-
tronics: men's, women's and
children's clothing and shoes:
housewares; furniture; toys;
sports equipment; and much
more. There is no enmt fee, and
refreshments, including hot dogs.
hamburgers and doughnuts, will
be available.
Funds raised'at the sale \ ill be
used by CFW:L to support local
charitable organizations. Event
co-chairs are Vikki Altobelh and
Sue Goodwin.

Pancake supper to
.benefit Relay For Life
Beulah Baptist Church in Win-
ter Garden is hosting a pancake
super and musical entertainment
to benefit the church's Relay For
Life team; All proceeds go to the
American Cancer Society.
The event is thi-sSaturday. Oct.
21, from 648 p.m. Cost is $5 for
idiJts. $3 tfor youth. The church
is at 671 -Beulah Road. .For de-
tails, call 4.Q7-656-3342,

Biz After Hours
this,Thursday
United Heri'tage.Batk, 11101
W. Coltnial Drive in Ocoee, will
host the:October West'Orange
Chaniber of Commerce's Busi-
ness.After Hojirs-from 5;30-7

office-at A07-656-1304- -r 'visit
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Presbyterian Church
of the Lakes sets Fall
Festival for Oct. 21
SThe 'Presbyterian Church of
ihe Lakes', -4700 Lincoln Ave.,
Orlando.;will bold its annual Fall
Festival this Saturday, Oct. 21.
from 9 a.m, to*3 p.m.
There will be a white elephant
sale, cralts,.baked goods, home-
made jams. jellies and pickles, a
silent auction of gift baskets. a
car %wash and activities for chil-
dren, including horse rides.and
a qick BhM demonstration. The,
food menu.will include South
African pancakes; hot d6gs', haim
.burgers and hili.
S-In addition, Florida's Blood
C.nters-will have a mob-ile unit-
Savailable to ilec .blood dana-
; titiis.:. The church is locareadoff
SCoiiroVy-Yndernere Roadi about-
a alf-mi'e- ,easrtof poplca-
.Vineland Road.",
For moie information, call the
church office at-407-291-2886.

Books needed
The Friends of the Winter
Garden Library' will be having a
book sale at the.Oakland Her-
itage Day celebratiori on Oct. 28.
The. are in need of used books,
either hardback or sofiback, that
are in good condition. Those
who have books to dispose of
cah call.407-905-9166 to sched-
ule a pickup.date and rime. The
deadlinie for 'this pickup _is
Wednesday. Oct. 25.

Library plans
Halloween program
"The Windermere Library will'
6Bst a Halloween program with'.
.'"spooky stories, crafts. gamesn, a
cotrume contest and trick-or-
'treaing this Saturday. Oct. 21,
,at'2 pn. The program is for all
'ages.


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Country star Ronnie Milsap to headline

13th Ocoee Founders' Day Celebration

The free musical
entertainment at Starke i
Lake will begin this
Friday evening, and
Saturday will feature a
full schedule of activities
topped off with a colorful
fireworks display.

By Mary Anne Swickerath

Each year, the city of Ocoee draws
larger and larger crowds to its annual r-----.
Founders' Day Festival at Starke Lake
Municipal Park and the lineup of
entertainers, events and activities for
this weekend should continue this tra-
dition for the 13th year.
The free entertainment will kick off
this Friday night with a pop, soul and
rhythm-and-blqes concert on the main
stage at Starke Lake Municipal Park.
Headliners, who will perform from 7-
9 p.m., will be the Marvelettes, the
Drifters and Herb Williams.
The Marvelettes, the legendary girl
group, have been making music since -
the 1960s and racked up more than 20
songs in the top 100 list, including the,. "' .
classic "Please Mr. Postman." .
The Drifters, a group that's been to-
gether for 25 years, had a big hit with ?:.
their first release on Atlantic Records. A '
"There Goes My Baby" went on to sell
2 million records. They have sold more
than 80 albums just in the U.S.
Local favorites Tim Neilsen and the
Herb Williams Band will open up for
the singing groups. The Herb Williams
Band is a popular draw at Universal
Orlando's CityWalk.
Besides the music, Friday evening
at Starke Lake will feature food and
arts and crafts for sale.
The full day of activities on Saturday
will begin with the traditional parade
down Bluford Avenue at 9 a.m.
There'llbe rides, games, arts and crafts,
food vendors, tours of historic sites, a
student art show, a classic car show
and the Fab Five Fishing Tournament.

(See Founders' Day, 1OA)




W.G. establishes Development Review Committee


The city is also considering
raising road impact fees for part of
County Road 545.

By Michael Laval

Developers hoping to build in Winter Garden will
now have to go through a Development Review Com-
mittee before presenting projects to the Planning and
Zoning Board or City Commission.
The commission members voted unanimously at
last Thursday's meeting to pass an ordinance estab-
lishing the city's DRC. Its purpose is to review ap-
plications for various development orders, such as
subdivision plats, site plans, planned developments,
construction plans and other development applica-
tions that are determined by the city planning direc-
tor to warrant review.
City Manager Michael Bollhoefer said having the
DRC will formalize the process and help ensure that
development decisions are more objective rather than
subjective, while also making the procedure more


transparent to the public.
"We felt that it was necessary to make this change
because development decisions often have a signifi-
cant impact on the lives of our residents," he said.
The committee will consist of seven voting mem-
bers and five non-voting attendees. Recommenda-
tions and decisions made by the DRC require a ma-
jority vote by the voting members.
The city planning director will serve as chairman of
the DRC. Fellow voting members include the city
manager, assistant city manager, city engineer, as-
sistant city engineer, utilities director and public works
director. The non-voting attendees, depending on the
issues before the board, could include the city attor-
ney, a building official, economic development di-
rector, stormwater engineer and the fire marshal for
large commercial or multi-family projects.
After reviewing a proposed project, the DRC can
require developers to make changes to an application
and return for another DRC review, or it can submit
recommendations to the Planning and Zoning Board

(See Winter Garden, 2A)


Bella Collina home tours to benefit Oakland preserve


The Oakland Nature Preserve is
benefiting from a special Street of
Dreams event Monday, Oct. 23. Four
of eight custom homes in the Bella
Collina private club development in
Montverde will be open for tours.
Ginn Clubs & Resorts is sponsoring
the fund-raiser, set for 6-10 p.m.


Tickets can be purchased from
ONP. One hundred percent of the
$100 ticket fee goes to the preserve.
Refreshments, including adult bever-
ages, will be served. Guests on this
night will also receive a free return
ticket so they can see more of the
homes participating in Street of


Warrior alumni event

to celebrate 30 years


The Winter Garden Heritage
Foundation and West Orange High
School are co-sponsoring "30 Years
of Warrior Pride," an alumni event
to be held this Friday, Oct. 20, at
the school. Hosts include the cheer-
leaders from 1976, '77 and '78.
Former football players and
cheerleaders can relive their glory
days of high school with displays
of old photographs and memorabil-
ia celebrating 30 years of Warrior
football.
The Warrior football alumni will
be invited onto the field for the "run
out" of the team, will be recognized
as honorary team captains for the


evening and will participate in the
coin toss before the game.
To submit a name, address, phone
number and e-mail address, contact
Vicki West at vwest@aggres-
siveappliances.com or 407-656-
4298.
The event starts at 5:30 p.m. and
con:;-ues until the kickoff of the
game pitting West Orange against
the Olympia Titans.
K92-FM will broadcast its Friday
night high school promo from West
Orange that night. And Beef
O'Brady's on West Colonial Drive
in Winter Garden will stay open late
after the'game for eats and drinks.


Dreams.
Call ONP at 407-905-0054 for tick-
et information. The preserve is locat-
ed on Machete Trail in west Oakland.
The other charities are Montverde
Academy, Special Olympics of Flori-
da in Clermont and Boys & Girls
Clubs of Lake & Sumter counties.


Six amendments will be

on Nov. 7 ballot

in General Election


The amendments
are sponsored by the
Florida Legislature,
except for Amendment
4 that would put more
money into protecting
youth from the hazards
of tobacco use.

By Mary Anne Swickerath

When registered voters in
Florida receive their sample bal-
lots in the mail for the General
Election set for Tuesday, Nov. 7,
they will see six proposed amend-
ments to the state constitution on
them.
Amendment No. 1, sponsored
by the Florida Legislature, con-
cerns the state planning and bud-
get process. If passed, it would
establish a Joint Legislative Bud-
get Commission to create a long-
range financial outlook and a
Government Efficiency Task
Force. It would also combine the
budget and revenue estimates into
one document.
Amendment No. 3, also spon-
sored by the State Legislature,
would make it more difficult for
a voter initiative to amend the
state constitution to pass since
each initiative on the ballot would
require approval by 60 percent
of the voters plus one, instead of
the current requirement of 50 per-
cent plus one.
Amendment No. 4, sponsored
by Floridians for Youth Tobac-
co Education Inc., would greatly
increase state spending to edu-
cate Florida's young people about
the dangers of smoking. Cur-
rently, $1 million is spent each
year for this purpose, and this
amendment, if passed, would up


that figure to approximately $57
million.
Amendment No. 6, sponsored
by the State Legislature, would
increase the maximum addition-
al homestead exemption for low-
income seniors from $25,000 to
$50,000. This exemption would
begin Jan. 1, 2007. To'qualify,
homeowners must be 65 years
old or older with a household in-
come not to exceed $20,000.
Amendment No. 7, sponsored
by the Florida Legislature, would
decrease taxes for disabled vet-
erans by letting them take a dis-
count on their homestead prop-
erty tax. This discount would be
in proportion to the amount of
disability each veteran receives.
Amendment No. 8, sponsored
by the Florida Legislature, would
require the ownership of real
property taken by eminent do-
main to be held five years before
being transferred to a private en-
tity.
For a copy of the free voter
guide published on these pro-
posed amendments by Vote
Smart Florida, a non-partisan,
not-for-profit organization, visit
www.VoteSmartFlorida.org.
This guide provides arguments
for and against each proposed
amendment and what yes and no
votes mean.
Proposed Amendment No. 2
concerning term limits was re-
moved from the ballot by the leg-
islature during the 2006 session.
Amendment No. 5, which would
have formed an independent non-
partisan commission to apportion
legislative and congressional dis-
tricts, was also removed from the
ballot after being ruled unconsti-
tutional by the Florida Supreme
Court.


Oakland looking at


recreational options


By Amy Quesinberry

A revitalization plan is in place for
a remote playground and park on Hull
Avenue, and Oakland officials are
hoping to obtain two parcels of land to
create a nice area for children and fam-
ilies to gather and play.
Kimberly Brown, an intern for the
town's Parks and Recreation Depart-
ment, presented the plan to the Oak-
land Town Commission at last week's
regular meeting, highlighting the park
and a nearby basketball court. She of-
fered an integrated park concept that
would bring the court and playground
together and "provide a focal point
for the west side."
Currently, the two play areas are
several blocks away from each other
along Hull Avenue. Graffiti has been
a problem at the park, and the slide
was recently set on fire. Anyone want-
ing to play some basketball finds lit-
tle room for parking.
Brown's plan calls for closing the
portion of South Pollard Street from
West Hull to Herriott Avenue. On the
west side of Pollard sits the basket-
ball court. On the east are two parcels
of land that Brown is proposing be
turned into a playground and parking
area.
The Bond Foundation owns one of
the pieces of land. Steve Stanford,


who appeared before the commission
as a representative of the group, said
the Bond Foundation is a non-profit' or-
ganization dedicated to helping wom-
en and children.
The Bond group has agreed to do-
nate its parcel, which was previously
donated to the foundation.
The second parcel is a vacant, non-
conforming lot owned by a private en-
tity and would have to be acquired.
Brown showed drawings of the new
park with and without this extra piece
of land.
A winding walkway would run
through the middle of the new park.
There would be benches and bike
racks and plenty of space for social-
izing.
According to Brown, costs for the
renovations would include acquiring
the land, removing asphalt and re-
placing the playground slide and mis-
cellaneous work, such as site grading,
sodding and landscaping.
She added that the town could ap-
ply for a Florida Recreation Devel-
opment Assistance Program grant, in
which the state contributes 100 per-
cent of the cost for projects under
$50,000. The down side to this, how-
ever, is that the next application pe-
riod is September 2007.

(See Oakland, 8A)


Windy Ridge selected as Blue Ribbon School

Margaret Spellings, U. S. Department of Education secretary, has announced that Windy Ridge School
was selected as a 2006 No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon School. The school is one of only 12 schools
to be awarded the honor in the state of Florida.
The program honors public and private K-12 schools that are either academically superior in their
states or that demonstrate dramatic gains in student achievement.
"This acknowledgement of Windy Ridge School by the U.S. Department of Education is a great hon-
or not just for the school but also for the school community," said Ronald Blocker, superintendent of Or-
ange County Public Schools. "Windy Ridge students, teachers, staff, parents and volunteers have worked
very hard to receive this recognition, and I'm just very happy and proud of their accomplishments."
"Windy Ridge is a very diverse school, and our students come from varied backgrounds," said Sarah
Concepcion, principal of WRS. "We are all very proud that our students, regardless of the challenges they
face inside and outside the classroom, are making great learning gains. This honor would not be possi-
ble without the excellent professional team we have at our school and a very supportive school commu-
nity."
On Nov. 9-10, representatives from WRS will attend a special ceremony in Washington, D.C., honor-
ing all No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon Schools.


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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 19, 2006


Obituaries


RONALD BEAUDRY, 59, Winter Gar-
den, died Oct. 9. Tri-County Crema-
tion Service, Longwood.
HOLLY RENEE COOPER, 22, Weirs-
dale, died Oct. 6. She was born in Eu-
stis and was a member of Leesburg
First Assembly of God. She was an
accomplished roller skater when she
was younger. Survivors: mother, Del-
la (and Ron) Diaz, Sanford; father,
Richard (and .Maggie), Weirsdale;
brother, Dustin Taylor, Umatilla; sis-
ter, Crystal, Diaz, Sanford; grandpar-
ents, Fred and Susan Evans, Lees-
burg, James and Patricia, Orlando;
step-grandparents, Lowell and Chris-
tiann Saxton, Lady Lake; great-grand-
parents, Edith Maltby, Leesburg,
Thomas Buchan, Ocoee; many aunts,
uncles, cousins and other family.
Memorial contributions can be made to
The Centers, 5664 S.W. 60th Ave.,
Ocala 34474. Beyers Funeral Home,
Lady Lake; Shiloh Cemetery, Fruitland
Park.
MARJORY LOUISE KITCHENS
GILL, 97, Winter Garden, died Friday,
Oct. 13. She was born in Lester, Ark.
She graduated from Caddo Valley
Academy in 1927 and earned a nurs-
ing degree at St. Joseph's School of
Nursing, Hot Springs, Ark. She ac-
cepted a commission as a lieutenant
into the United States Army Nurse
Corps and served for several years at
the Veteran's Hospital in Hot Springs.
She completed a 37-year career as a
nurse with the Veteran's Administration.
She was a member of First Baptist
Windermere. She was preceded in
death by her husband of 64 years,
Stephan Gill. Survivors: sons, Robert
(and Cheryl), Lakeland, David (and
Susan), Winter Garden; grandchildren,
Debbie (and Ron) Sims, Denise (and
Carl) Rice, Steve, Darren (and
Sharon), Jason (and Andrea), Emily;
6 great-grandchildren. This Thursday,
Oct. 19, a viewing will be held at 11
a.m. and a funeral service at noon at
Woodlawn Funeral Home, Gotha. She
will be placed to rest next to her hus-
band in Monticello, Ark.
THOMAS P. "TOM" GILMARTIN, 88,
Ocoee, died Thursday, Oct. 12. He
was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He
served in the U.S. Army and was a
truck driver for the Orlando Utilities
Commission. Survivors: friend, Jo Ann
Hendrix, Ocoee. Graveside services


Winter Garden

and the City Commission.
In another matter, the commission
approved the first reading of two pro-
posed ordinances that could increase
the city's road impact fees, if passed
following public hearings set for the
Oct. 26 City Commission meeting.
The first ordinance would establish
a special benefit overlay district with
additional road impact fees for de-
veloping properties along County
Road 545. Due to the amount of traf-
fic from new developments, Bollhoe-
fer said, the highway's level of ser-
vice is expected to drop from a "D"
to an "F" rating.
"Our goal is to get it up to a "B,"
he said.
Winter Garden and Orange Coun-
ty officials have been discussing a
plan to share the widening of C.R. 545
to four lanes. The current negotiations,
according to Planning Director Mark
Cechman's report, have Winter Gar-
den improving the highway from north
of Hartwood Marsh Road to just west
of Tilden Road, while the county
would be responsible for the remain-
der of the road north to West Colo-
nial Drive.
The cost of widening the city's por-
tion. of C.R. 545, plus making im-
provements at the intersections of
Tilden and Hartwood Marsh roads, is
estimated at $14 million. If passed,
the special benefit overlay district fee
would add $5,117 per ERU (equiva-
lent residential unit) to the general
road impact fees for developments


were set for this Wednesday, Oct. 18,
at 11 a.m. at Florida National Ceme-
tery, Bushnell. Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden.
CHUCK J. LEE, 84, Windermere, died
Oct. 10. Collison Carey Hand Funer-
al Home, Winter Garden.
TED B. MacDONALD, 64, Winter Gar-
den, died Thursday, Oct. 12. Collison
Carey Hand Funeral Home, Winter
Garden.
STELLA M. PURKISS, 97, Winter
Garden, died Oct. 10. She was born in
Cleveland, Ohio, in 1909 and moved
to Central Florida in 1973 from Ponti-
ac, Mich. She was active in bowling,
golf and pinochle. She was preceded
in death by her husband of 63 years,
Gwendell; son, Theodore; and daugh-
ter, Gwendolyn. Survivors: grandchil-
dren, Eileen (and William) Tayloe, Clif-
ford Walter, Ruthanne (and James)
Rejc, Lynn (and Nick) Mantis, Todd
(and Amy), Tamara (and Kent) Chap-
man; great-grandchildren,,Ria, Vikki,
Nikki, Logan, Carter, Mason. Memori-
al contributions can be made to VI-
TAS Hospice Services, 5151 Adan-
son, Suite 200, Orlando 32804. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home, Apopka;
Highland Memory Gardens.
JOHN ROBERT PERUSHEK, 59,
Winter Garden, died Oct. 10. Becker
Family Funeral Home, Clermont.
DAVID EDWARD PFEIFFER, 55,
Winter Garden, died Saturday, Oct.
14. He was a retired Publix manager


and a sales representative for Paskert
Distributing. Survivors: wife, Cather-


along that southern stretch of C.R.
545.
Cechman's report listed 16 pro-
posed projects for the region totaling
2,807 ERUs.
The city is also considering anoth-
er ordinance that would increase road
impact fees across the board due to
high construction costs, and consoli-
date the city's northern and southern
benefit areas into one citywide bene-
fit area.


ine; daughter, Maria (and Ken) Tay-
lor; son, Chad; grandchildren, Austin,
Hunter, Angelia, Savannah, Bryanna;
sisters, Judy (and Norm) Day Diane
(and Eric) Vail; brother, Jeff (and
Joanne). Memorial donations can be
made to Cancer Centers of Florida.
Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Win-
ter Garden; Winter Garden Cemetery.
WILLIAM EDWARD PIERCE, 89,
Ocoee, died Wednesday, Oct. 11. He
was born in Austin, N.D. He served in
the U.S. Army and was a salesman
for Ford Motor Company. He was a
member of Harmony Church, Ocoee.
Survivors: wife, Mary "Lizzy"; sons,
Larry, Ronald; grandchildren, Terri,
Greg, Michael, Nicole, Pick, Michael;
8 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-
grandchild; many nieces and
nephews. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home, Winter Garden; Glen Haven
Memorial Park, Winter Park.
JOSHUA STEVEN SMITH, 24,
Kissimmee, died Oct. 8. He was born
in 1981 in Denver, Colo., and was a life-
long resident of the Central Florida
area. He was a master carpenter. He
was preceded in death by his broth-
er, Brian. Survivors: son, Gabriel O.,
Kissimmee; father, Steven L., Kissim-
mee; mother, Janee A. Lackey,
Kissimmee; sisters, Nicole Haug, Eu-
gene, Ore., Heather Mears, Ocoee;
grandparents, Gene W., Sandra S.,
both of Kingman, Ariz., Mabel D.
Porter, Aurora, Colo. Grissom Funer-
al Home and Crematory, Kissimmee.
RICHARD B. STREETER, 74, Jasper,
Ga., died Wednesday, Oct. 11. He
was born in Springfield, Mass., in
'1932 and entered the Navy directly
out of high school. Following his ser-
vice in the Navy, he was employed by
IBM for 33 years. After retiring from
IBM, he owned his own typewriter re-
pair business with his wife, Pat. He
moved to Jasper in 2003 after living in
Mount Dora for 30 years. Prior to that,
he lived in Orlando for 9 years. Sur-
vivors: wife.of 54 years, Patricia; chil-
dren, Richard D., Windermere,
Howard F., Jasper, Debbie Dickinson,
Altamonte Sjprings, Cindy L. Derr,
Mount Dora, Beth A. Lambke,
Tavares; sister, Shirley Brown, East
Longmeadow, Mass; 9 grandchildren;
1 great-grandchild. Allen J. Harden
Funeral Home, Mount Dora; Conquest
Cemetery, Zellwood.


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Road impact fees in Winter Garden
are currently split between its south-
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ern (north of the Turnpike) benefit ar-
eas.
If the ordinance is passed, road im-
pact fees for a new house in Winter
Garden will be $5,765. Presently, the
fees are $4,176 (southern area) and
$3,215 (northern area). In accordance
with state law, the ordinance would
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Winter Garden
police report
The Winter Garden Police De-
partment reported 1,045 calls for
service from Oct. 6-12:
Arrests Adult, 26; juvenile, 1
Robbery-0
Sexual battery-0
Child abuse/neglect-4
Domestic violence-4
Assault/battery-12
Burglary, residential and busi-
ness-7
Burglary, vehicle-5
Vehicle thefts--
Thefts-19
Criminal mischief-7
Drug violations-2


PLES plans Oct. 28
4-mile run in memory
of Becky Elkins
On Oct. 28, Palm Lake Elementary
will hold a four-mile run/jog/walk to
benefit Becky's Bunch Support Trust
Fund and to honor those who are fight-
ing and those who have lost their bat-,
tie with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Becky Elkins was a teacher at the
school who lost her battle to non-
Hodgkin's lymphoma last month. The
event is sponsored by Carlos Almei-
da of A Mortgage Solution USA.
The run begins at 8 a.m. at the
school's flagpole. There will be give-
a-ways and a fun run for kids 12 and
under. The registration desk opens at
7 a.m., and registration is $25 for
adults (18 and above) and $10 for ages
12-17. All cancer survivors
run/jog/walk for free.
For more information, visit the Web
site at www.palmlake.ocps.net.

'Unfortunate Events'
taking place at
Winter Garden Library
If you are looking for a cheerful
program about children spending a
jolly time at the library, then look else-
where. The event this Saturday, Oct.
21, will feature the dreadful story of
the Baudelaire children's miserable
lives.
Within the loathsome library walls
guests will find such burdensome ac-
tivities as the.puzzling puzzle, terri-
ble trivia and carnivorous carnival.
The "Series of Unfortunate Events"
program starts at 2:30 p.m. and is for
children ages 6-12. The library is on
East Plant Street. -


DUI--2
Vehicle accidents--15
False alarms-35
False 911 calls--21.
Police also conducted 363 foot
patrols and I house check.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 67 calls for as-
sistance from Oct. 8-14:
Fires-5
Emergency medical calls--44
Auto accidents-9
Automatic fire alarms-1
Public assist-1
Hazardous conditions-1


Health Central Park
Senior Adult Daycare
has openings
Health Central Park's Adult Day
Program offers a fun-filled day for se-
niors. Recreational programs include
field trips, such as horticultural trips
to Leu Gardens, picnics by the lake,
Wednesday luncheons at a local
restaurant, musical programs, perfor-
mance groups, baking and cooking
classes, as well as arts and crafts.
Daily lunches and snacks are pro-
vided, and transportation services are
also available.
For more information, call 407-296-
1630.

Alzheimer's
Support Group
at Health Central Park
Health Central Park has an
Alzheimer's Support Group that will
meet every second Thursday each
month beginning Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. in the.
auditorium. Refreshments will be pro-
vided.
To join the group or for further in-
formation, call Rudolph Dinnall, Social
Services Department, at 407-296-1633.

Craft and holiday
fair in Gotha Nov. 4
There will be a craft and holiday
gift fair in the Gotha Community Park
on Saturday, Nov. 4, from 8:30 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
The community is invited to attend.
The park is located at Sixth Street
(Parkridge-Gotha Road) in Gotha.
For more information, call 407-925-
9976.


Miscellaneous-6.

OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 71 calls for assistance
during the period of Oct. 5-11:
Fire-2
EMS-45
Vehicle accidents-4
Hazardous materials-2
Public service-11
False alarms-7
City calls-63
County calls-5
Winter Garden-O
Windermere calls-3.


Olympia High to host
Celebrate the Arts
concert on Nov. 1
Olympia High School will host a
free concert on Wednesday, Nov. 1,
at 7 p.m. as part of Orange County's
Celebrate the Arts program. Orange
County Mayor Rich Crotty is spon-
soring this series of events at various
locations in the county to coordinate
with National Family Week.
Several choral and student groups
from local schools will participate in
the program at OHS. Participants in-
clude the Concert Choir and Bel Can-
to from West Orange High School un-
der the direction of Jeff Redding; the
Bella Voce choir fromT OHS, directed
by Daniel Jackson; the drama depart-
ment from Dr. Phillips High School, di-
rected by Karen Rugerio; the bell choir
from Chain of Lakes Middle School,
directed by Marian Wagster; a per-
cussion group from Rollins College;
and dancers from Central Florida Bal-
let under general director Vasile Petru-
tiu and artistic director Vladimir
Bykov. In addition, the Orlando Mag-
ic will hand out special coupons.

An Evening of Dance
at Lake Eola
Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
and Community Dance Theatre will
host dance companies from Orlando
and the surrounding area at the Walt
Disney Amphitheater at Lake Eola in
Orlando on Saturday, Oct. 28, from
7-9 p.m. The groups will present a va-
riety of dance works. Admission is
free, and the event is for the whole
family. For more information, call
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*Buddy Walk for Down
syndrome is Saturday
The 9th Annual Buddy Walk is this
Saturday, Oct. 21, at Lake Eola Park
in Orlando, and the community is in-
vited to participate by walking a mile.
Registration begins at 8 a.m., and the
cost is $10 for individuals or $20 for
families.
The walk, which actually kicks off
at 9 a.m., raises money and awareness
for the Down Syndrome Association
of Central Florida. The event lasts un-
til noon and includes games, activi-
ties and food.
The Central Florida chapter of the
Down Syndrome Association hosts
this walk annually in downtown Or-
lando, and nearly 1,000 family mem-
bers and friends participate.
The national event was established
in 1995 to celebrate Down Syndrome
Awareness Month in October.

Were you born
in Oakland?
The town of Oakland is looking for
residents who were born in Oakland.
Officials are making a DVD of the
residents' recorded memories and will
be available at Town Hall during the
,Oakland Heritage Day from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
For more information about the
project, call Town Hall at 407-656-
1117.


Away we go!
The runners and walkers in the Ocoee Founders' Day Louis Jr. 5K Walk and Run took
off in the cool morning air last Saturday. The top male runners were Jo Wolff, 18, in
1st place with a time of 17:57; John Bellochi, 40, in 2nd with a time of 18:02; and
Clarence Calloway, 43, in 3rd with a time of 18:16. The top female runners were Dar-
la Bennett, 48, in 1st place with a time of 21:16; Kristen Webley, 16, in 2nd with a time


Oakland needs someone to help

start an accreditation program


The Oakland Police Department is
'searching for a citizen volunteer to as-
sist with the development of a police
accreditation program. Accreditation
.increases the law enforcement agen-
cy's ability to prevent and control crime
through more effective and efficient de-
livery of law enforcement services to
the community.
It enhances community understand-
ing of the law enforcement agency and
its role in the community, as well as its
goals and objectives. The accreditation
process requires an in-depth review of
every aspect of the agency's organiza-
tion, management, operations and ad-
ministration.
SAccreditation serves as a yardstick


to measure the effectiveness of the agen-
cy's programs and services. It assures
employees that every aspect of the agen-
cy's personnel system is in accord with
professional standards and that the sys-
tem is both fair and equitable, said Chief
Tim Driscoll.
"Accreditation is a coveted award
that symbolizes professionalism, ex-
cellence and competence," the chief
added.
A commitment of several years is an-
ticipated. The Oakland Police Depart-
ment will provide necessary training
and travel for this volunteer. The train-
ing session is Oct. 23-24 in Orlando.
If interested, call Chief Tim Driscoll
at the OPD, 407-656-9797.


Boats and captains needed for

Edgewood fishing event Sat.
The Edgewood Children's Ranch's will return to the pavilion for weigh-
3th annual fishing tournament is this ing and photo opportunities. After-
aturday, Oct. 21, and boat owners ward, there will be a big cookout, raf-
*e needed to help make the event hap- fle and prizes.
n. The tournament kicks off at 6 Boaters are asked to bring their ves-
m. at the Orange County Sportsman sels and tackle, plus an extra reel and
association, where children from the tackle for the children, who do not
Inch will pair up with boaters and have their own equipment.
e for the trophies for thebiggest bass For more information, contact John-
I:d the most fish caught. ny Dyal at 407-656-4001 or
; At noon, the children and captains jdyal78@earthlink.net.

"ity seeks additional member to fill
vacancyy on Employees' Pension Board,
SThe City of Ocoee General Em- riodic training sessions provided by
t oyees' Pension Board has a vacan- the board with expenses paid for by
7 available. The five-member board the pension plan.
', eludes two citizens appointed by the The interested candidate should
Scoee City Commission, two members have some business, financial, in-
Sected by the city employees and one vestment or other related experience
Member named by the pension board, or some equivalent education and ex-
Shis last position is the one currently. perience.
Scant and can be filled by a city em- A board application is available on
Sloyee, resident or member of the lo- the city's Web. site at
1 d business community. www.ci.ocoee.fl.us at the "get in-
The term is for two years and re- volved' link
'ires the candidate to be available Applications can by mailed to 150
' r quarterly meetings held on N.Lakeshore Dr., Ocoee FL 34761.
: wednesday mornings from 10 a.m. to For more information, e-mail jcari-
p.m. at City Hall, as well as for pe- cella@ci.ocoee.fl.us.

Srances Watts to retire as West Orange Seniors president
After 15 years as president of the this Thursday, Oct. 19, at the Com-
West Orange Senior Citizens, Frances munity Center.
Watts will retire from that job at the Members are asked to bring a side
end of the year. Taking over as pres- dish of a vegetable or salad.
:ident will be Helen Esposito, who will The club is collecting $4 for the
'be sworn in at the Seniors' Christmas Thanksgiving luncheon on Nov. 16,
dinner at Golden Pond on Dec. 21. also at the Community Center. At this
SLast Thursday, 12 members en- holiday event, turkey, ham, biscuits,
joyed lunch at Franco's at the corer desserts and drinks will be furnished.
opf Bluford Avenue and Silver Star Members are asked to bring a side
Road. Frances said the food was de- dish to share.
vicious. The club is also collecting $10 from
4' After lunch, the Senior Crafters met everyone planning to attend the Se-
in the Ocoee Community Center and niors' Christmas luncheon at Golden
finished their Christmas favors and Pond in Winter Garden on Dec. 21.
;began work on Halloween decora- Members will not bring any side dish-,
Pions for the club's potluck luncheon es for this event.


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Breakfast buffet to raise funds for
church, double-lung transplant


Half of the proceeds will go to
the church's building fund, and
the other half will go to Fisch-
er's campaign through National
Foundation For Transplants.
For more information, call
407-287-9399 or 352-223-0823.
Citizens who cannot attend the
breakfast but who still want to
help Fischer can send a tax-de-
ductible check to National Foun-
dation For Transplants, P.O. Box
770836, Winter Garden 34787;
and write "Honoring Tricia Fis-
cher" on the memo line.


Habitat holding
application meeting
West Orange Habitat For Humanity
will be accepting applications at an ori-
entation meeting set for Saturday, Nov.
4. The meeting will be held at 9 a.m. at
Maxey Elementary School, 1100 E.
Maple St., Winter Garden. It is open
to residents of West Orange County..
This will be the only time and place
that applications will be available. For
more information, go to
www.woh4h.org and click on selec-
tion criteria.


Resurrection Catholic Church
in Winter Garden is hosting a big'
breakfast buffet to raise funds for
Tricia Fischer, a local resident
who needs a double-lung trans-
plant. The fund-raiser is this Sun-
day, Oct. 22, from 9:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. at the church, 1211 S.
Vineland Road (County Road
535).
The cost is $10 for adults, $5
for children 10 and under, and
the menu includes a huge assort-
ment of breakfast foods and,
drinks.


Senior Health Day
Ocoee Health Care Center and Belk
at West Oaks Mall are sponsoring a
Senior Health Day on Tuesday, Nov.
7, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Belk
store.
There will be bingo at 11 a.m. and
1 p.m., as well as door prizes, infor-
mative seminars, free health testing,
and vendors presenting services.
Lunch will be provided from 11:45 to
12:30. The first 50 people bringing
the press release or the Senior Day
postcard will receive a gift.
The event is open to seniors and
their families, as well as the West Or-
ange and South Lake communities.

Fashion Week
at the Mall at Millenia
International fashion trends will be
unveiled at the Mall at Millenia during
Fashion Week Oct. 24-28. The week-
long series of complimentary in-store
events will include trunk shows, guest
appearances and champagne receptions.
The fall's must-have looks will ap-
pear on the mall's runway in Grand
Court on Oct. 28, with a live fashion
show at 1 p.m. After the show,
renowned fashion forecaster David
Wolfe will present his spring trend
predictions, and guests can view a cus,
tom video presentation of fashion
straight from the just-completed New
York, Milan, London and Paris spring
2007 shows.
Marketing Director Brenda Louns-
berry said, "This event is a first in
Florida, presenting the best of designer
shows from around the world in one
screening location."


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ers were Otis Patton, 51, at 39:30 and Deborah Cardwell, 49, at 43:36. The walk and
run was 1 of 3 early Founders' Day events that took place last weekend. The other 2
were the annual golf tournament at Forest Oak Golf Club and the Ocoee Police De-
partment's Poker Run.


OCHD's flu immunizations are underway


The Orange County Health Department
(OCHD) is already providing flu vacci-
nations for children, parents and grand-
parents. Because of high demand, flu shots
willbe given by appointment only. Cost is
$25. Pneumonia vaccines will also be avail-
able for $35. Medicare and Medicare
HMOs will be billed, so there is no direct
cost to those with Medicare.
"Influenza is a serious disease, and the
best way to reduce getting the flu is with
vaccination," said Dr. Kevin M. Sherin,
director of the Orange County Health De-
partment "We've learned from years past
that it's difficult to predict flu vaccine sup-
plies and distribution, but if manufacturers'
estimates hold true, then more people than
everbefore will be able toprotect themselves
and their loved ones from influenza this
year."
Based on manufacturers' predictions,
the Centers for Disease Control and Pre-
vention estimates more than 100 million dos-
es of the vaccine will be produced and dis-
tributed across the U.S. between now and
early January. This is at least 17 million
more doses of influenza vaccine than has
ever been distributed in the past.
In order to cut down on long lines at the
clinics, families are asked to please call
ahead for appointments at 407-836-2582.
Fluandpneumoniaimmunizationswill


be available Monday-Thursday at Central
Health Center, 832 W. Central Blvd., Or-
lando, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. This clinic
will be closed for flu shots on Fridays.
Flu andpneumonia immunizations will
be available Fridays only atWinter Garden
Family Health Center, 1210 E. Plant St.,
Winter Garden, from 8-11:30 a.m.
The CDC recommends flu vaccinations
for the following groups: persons at high
risk for flu-related complications and severe
disease, including children 6 months to 5
years of age, pregnant women, persons 50
years and older and persons of any age
with certain chronic medical conditions.
Also, persons who live with or care for
persons at high risk, including household
contacts who have fiequentcontact with per-
sons at high risk and who may transmit in-
fluenza to those persons at highrisk, house-
hold contacts and caregivers of infants age
0-6 months of age and healthcare work-
ers.
The community is urged to get influen-
za vaccinations yearly, usually beginning
in October. Pneumonia vaccine canbe ad-
ministered any time of the year and is gen-
erally given once in a lifetime to those 65
years or older.
For information, visit the Orange Coun-
ty Health Department Web site at www.or-
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Opinion


In our opinion

Editorial


From our archives

Old Times


Nelson is the best choice for Florida senator


The easiest endorsement to write for the
Nov. 7 General Election is for Florida sena-
tor. Democrat Bill Nelson has served our state
well as our representative in the U.S. Sen-
ate, just as he did as our congressman, state
legislator and state insurance commissioner.
He has an honorable record of service and
has stayed in touch with citizens, and he lis-
tens and considers more than one side of an
issue.
He has been effective in working for port and
national security and in opposing oil drilling
off the coast of Florida. He had a big part in
new legislation that has allowed Americans
access to low-priced Canadian prescription
drugs, and he has helped to protect reduc-


tions in Social Security and Medicare.
He does not duck issues or take refuge in
demagoguery or extremism but works with
senators on both sides of the aisle. Nelson's
opponent, Republican Katherine Harris, is
not even supported by many in her party, and'
her campaign has largely been a mess and
not one to instill confidence in her judgment.
Nor is her record of service impressive.
Nelson is a strong, moderate and intelli-
gent lawmaker who (by presstime Tuesday)
had been endorsed by 10 daily state news-
papers. No endorsements were written for
Harris.
Voters should return him to office to con-
tinue his work. He has earned it.


Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


A Doug Guetzloe supporter criticizes the 'Times'


Editor,

Mr. Bailey, say what you want about Doug Guet-
zloe, but when our city leaders decided to evict the el-
derly.people from Trailer City making them homeless,
where were you and your paper? Your paper offered
no support.
In fact, every Saturday the people would picket City
Hall and you didn't know that.
When Doug Guetzloe was asked for help to save
Trailer City he did just that. Doug worked and guided
our efforts for hiyear and accepted nothing in return.
Thanks to Doug Guetzloe, Trailer City was saved. I
find the.people that don't like Guetzloe are the spe-
cial interest groups with their own agenda.'
Richard Napotnik
Winter Garden

Editor's Note:
The people you few Guetzlites call the "vested spe-
cial interest" are actually the people who care about
Winter. Garden. Your buddy Doug Guetzloe only cares


about where his next opportunity is, and you should
Feel foolish for supporting him. His involvement with
Trailer City was his way of sticking his foot in the door
of Winter Garden, and we believe he got plenty in re-
turn from the "true" special interests. Thankfully, the
city government stood strong against him, unlike some
other cities in Orange County. Maybe you should join
the people who actually live in Trailer City who have
rejected his disingenuous interest in them. And by the
way, it would be difficult to list the many stories, let-
ters and editorials that appeared in The West Orange
Times in the past three years regarding Trailer City.
SWe do, however, recommend that you go back to our
May 13, 2004, issue and read our editorial 'Winter
Garden should look at Trailer City issue carefully'
that said "The City Commission owes it to Trailer City
residents to exhaust and publicly discuss ,all its op-
tions for bringing the park into compliance before it con-
siders taking action to close it and eventually force its
residents from their homes." Three weeks later, on
June 3, we ran a photo ofpicketers in downtown Win-
ter Garden. Richard, stick with Doug and you'll re-
main misguided.


55 years ago
The Winter Garden Welfare League is sponsoring a
Halloween Carnival to be held at the American Legion
Hall in Winter Garden. It will feature fortune telling
and a horror show. A costume parade will be led by
the Lakeview High School band.
The first two days of the Winter Garden Tuberculo-
sis and Health Survey saw nearly 1,200 services given
to about 500 persons. More than 450 received chest X-
rays.

35 years ago
The Women's Golf Association of the West Orange
Country Club opened the season with a Pinehurst tour-
nament and a luncheon catered by Mary Elam. First
low net was won by Lela Griffith's team. Lil Strube's
team placed second, and Faye Ashley's team was
third.
Tomas, Alfonso and Manuel Arribas, born in Spain,
now have a glass-cutting shop on Main Street in Walt
Disney World. They all started glass designing at the
age of 7 and have worked in exhibitions all over the
world.
Becky Dunn was crowned Homecoming queen at
Lakeview High School. Members of the court were
Judy Morris, Mary Russ, Barbara Veech and Brenda
Holland.
Chances are being sold by members of the West Or-
ange Memorial Hospital Auxiliary for "Pink Polly," a
reincarnated ambulance complete with pink shag car-
peting.

30 years ago
An attempted robbery was foiled at Scotty's Home
Builders when two thieves used a flimflam method one
dropped coins on the floor behind the checkout counter
and the other grabbed money from the cash drawer while
the sales person was retrieving the coins. Store Manag-


er Paul Dyal gave chase to the fleeing suspects and re-
ported the theft on his CB radio.
The West Orange Junior Service League is providing
a valuable service to local elementary and pre-school
children. The message of their Patch the Pony pins and:
song is "Nay, nay, from strangers stay away."
The Winter Garden Voter's Pride Committee will send
each registered voter in the city a mail-out reminding
them to vote, according to Robert Barber, committee
chairman.

25 years ago
Former West Orange Warrior football hero Roy Har-
ris, now a starting defensive lineman for Florida, was'
pictured at Florida Field'with longtime Gator booster
Jimmy Pitchford after a standout performance in the
Homecoming win against Mississippi. Coach Charlie
Pell might have trouble remembering the name of Roy's
hometown, but we all know it's Winter Garden.
Watch out, West Orange. Here comes another super
sales force. Mike Tope and Garrett Youngblood, repre-
senting hundreds of students at Dillard Street Elementary-
School, are selling subscriptions to The Times to raise mon-
ey for their PTA.

20 years ago
Dorothy Wurst and Junior Wise were named Ocoee's
Woman and Man of the Year for 1986 at the fourth an-
nual Ocoee Fun Day. Both were praised by Mayor Tom'
Ison as deserving citizens whose recognition was "long
overdue."
The U.S. Air Force Presidential Honor Guard per-
formed a 20-minute drill routine for the Air Force Ju-.
nior ROTC cadets at West Orange High School.
Joe, Jody and Ruth Valdes held an open house to cel-
ebrate the completion of the remodeling of their Modern
Stationery store in downtown Winter Garden.


Fire chief warns readers of

carbon monoxide: the invisible killer


Editor:

If I've heard it once, I've heard it a hundred times: I don't
have to worry about carbon monoxide poisoning in my
home because I'll smell a leak in time to get out safely.
Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth.
Tragically, that kind of thinking can prove deadly for Or-
ange County residents. Here are the facts: Carbon monox-
ide (CO) has no odor. You can't smell it, and you can't
see it. -
Dangerous levels of carbon monoxide can build up
from any fuel-burning appliance or equipment if it isn't
working properly or if the CO that is producedisn't con-
ducted safely to the outside. For example, if there isn't
enough oxygen available to run your furnace, the rate of
CO production can greatly increase. If \ oudon't have a
venting system to capture the CO, then heavy or light
CO production can lead to a deadly build-up in your
home. ,
According to the non-piofit National Fire Piotectioh
Association i NFPA i. 656 people died from unintenuon-
al non-fire gas poisonigs in 2001. and most of those
deaths involved carbon monoLide. NTPA and the Oiange
County Fire Rescue Dcepatnment strong\ reconunends
that etery home be piotecied b\ :at least one CO detec-
tor, which can alert you to dangerous levels of CO in
your home in time to prevent poisoning.
Early warning of hazardous CO levels is very impor-
tant, but prevention comes first. Know what you need to
do to ensure your home is safe from CO.
Cooking and heating equipment and motor vehicles in
attached garages make up a large percentage of the home
CO problem; but NFPA says that portable electric gen-


erators, camp stoves and lanterns can also be culprits
When not used properly.
Symptoms of CO poisoning severe headache, dizzi-
ness, nausea can seem like other illnesses, such as the
flu or food poisoning. Learn the signs; CO poisoning re-
quires immediate medical attention.
You can prevent CO poisoning in your home with these
key actions: Install at least one CO detector near the sleep-
ing area; test it every month and learn the sound of the
alarm. Have heating equipment inspected each year to.
identify damage or malfunction; make repairs as needed.
Open the flue before using the fireplace. If. you use a
kerosene or gas heater, open a window slightly when the
heater is in use.
Use equipment properly. Never use an. oven to heat a
room and never bring BBQ grills indoors or into the
garage or covered porch. Generators nust be used outdoors
in well-ventilated areas and never inside the home or
garage. Always move vehicles out 'of the garage after
starting the ignition and then close th door. Don't allow
anything to block the vents for your dryer, stove or heat-
ing equipment.
SIf your CO alarm signals, take it! seriously. Quickly
check to see if the battery power is low. If the alarm is
steady, assume there is a CO leak!and e% acuate your
home. Call 911 and report a suspected CO leak. Our per-
sonnel will let you know if it is safe to go back inside or
if you need to arrange for a technician.
Carbon monoxide You can't see it or smell it, but
With the right actions you can stay safe from it.

James M. Fitzgerald, Acting Fire Chief
Orange County Fire Rescue Department


720 S. Dillard St.
Winter Garden Florida 34787

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Chamber Ambassadors celebrate opening of Expetec Technology
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors helped celebrate the ribbon cutting for Expetec
Technology Services, located at 310 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden. Expetec offers technology services to
small- and medium-sized businesses. These services include network security, business continuity, disaster
recovery, Web services and network administration, along with equipment sales and repairs. As part of a
national organization Expetec of West Orlando delivers these services with professionalism and at rea-
sonable rates. Pictured are (I-r): Carol Cross, Lor Tyson, the Rev. Tom Rutherford, Amiet Chevrier, Raj Sukhram,
Lenny Stark, Joan Bailey and Dianne Southwell.


Peters joins Engineered Homes as new VP


Leslie Peters, a well-known resi-
dential sales and sales executive who
has served as a Florida licensed real es-
tate broker with several of the nation's
largest homebuilders, recently joined
Engineered Homes as its new vice
president of sales.
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who has held high-level sales and
management positions for both Mor-
rison and Calton/Beazer homes, Pe-
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times throughout her career for sales
success. She will now oversee the en-
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'We Noticed' award
Inland Seas Apartments was established in 1973, offering 112 apartment homes located at 1301 Inland Seas
Blvd., Winter Garden. During the last year, it has had a complete face-lift. Along with a paint job and a new
color scheme, it now has a much more modern front sign to complete the newer, fresher and updated im-
age. The West Orange Chamber of Commerce's Ambassadors came to celebrate the "We Noticed" award.
Pictured are (l-r): Ron Garrison, Dianne Southwell, Lori Tyson, Bridget Michalko, Annette Luck, Joan Bai-
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Chamber of Commerce to hold open house for prospective members
The West Orange Chamber of know," said Linda Begley, Cham- for all businesses, that join the
Commerce is inviting local busi- ber account executive. "This will be Chamber on that night. To RSVP or
nesses to attend a presentation on a very, informal, relaxed presenta- for more information, contact the
the benefits of belong to the Cham- tion." Chamber at 407-656-1304 or e-mail
ber. The open house is set for Nov. This is a free event, and the usu- lbegley@wochamber.com. Reser-
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ties, networking and the services
that the Chamber provides to its
members.
The presentation will be held at
the West Orange Chamber Board
Room, located at 12184 W. Colo-
nial Drive in Winter Garden. Re-
freshments will be provided.
"This is the perfect opportunity
for anyone who may be interested
in membership with the Chamber to
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Winter Garden


Library reaches
one-year mark
The Winter Garden
Library celebrated its
1st-anniversary open
house recently.
Guests were treated
to punch and cake,
balloons, storytelling,
a visit from the Chick-
fil-A cow, music by a
tuba quartet and
prize drawings.
Among the prize win-
ners were, at left,
Charleen and Angel
Benedict. Above, li-
brary officials Bar-
bara Stanley, Nadine
Nelson and Glenda
Houck (from left)
were on hand for the
festivities.


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WOHS choirs to host
dinner and concert
"The Gift of Music," a dinner and
choral event to benefit the West Or-
ange High School choirs, will be held
Sunday, Oct. 29, from 6-9 p.m. at Tan-
ner Hall in Winter Garden.
The evening, with dinner sponsored
by Carrabba's Italian Grill in Clermont,
will give a taste of selections from all
four choirs, the Women's Glee, Men's
Chorus, Concert Choir and Bel Canto.
The choirs will showcase their tal-
ents to the community and is being sup-
ported by Publix, Penguin's Dessert
Bar, Seelman Real Estate, Starbucks
Coffee and Winter Garden Pizza.
Local mayors, including Jack
Quesinberry of Winter Garden and
Gary Bruhn of Windermere, will be in
attendance.
Seats and tables are still available at
the event for $25 per seat and $200 per
table.
For more information, contact Vina
Mogg at vbmogg@aol.com.
The event closes out the Winter Gar-
den Music Festival the weekend of Oct.
27-28. The choirs will also perform dur-
ing the festival.

Computer classes
at W.G. library
The Winter Garden Library offers
free computer classes each month.
They are Monday through Saturday at
10:30 a.m. and 1:30, 3:30 and 7 p.m.
Spanish computer classes are Mon-
days at 7 p.m., Wednesdays at 10:30
a.m. and some Saturdays at 3:30 p.m.
For information on programs at the
library, call 407-656-4582. The library
is at 805 E. Plant St. in Winter Garden.

Library programs
for children
SThe Winter Garden Library has pro-
grams for children on Wednesdays.
Tiny Tales is presented at 10:15 a.m.
to infants from birth to 18 months.
Toddler Time is at 10:45 a.m. for chil-
dren 18-36 months. Storybook Fun
for those ages 3-5 is at 11:15 a.m. Call
407-656-4582 for more information.


Music Fest is Oct. 27-28


The Winter Garden Music Fest 2006,
set for Oct. 27-28 along downtown
Plant Street, will follow a schedule that
will have something on it for every-
one's musical tastes. For a complete
schedule, go to www.wintergarden-
musicfest.com.
The festival will bring together some
of the most talented musicians in Cen-
tral Florida celebrating local talent and
musical heritages. The event features
jazz, classic rock, brass, gospel, coun-
try, African, Latin, blues and choral
music. Performers will appear at the
gazebo and on a stage that will be set up.
Scheduled to play:
on Friday, the choirs from West Or-
ange, Ocoee and Jones high schools;
Adam's Road, Loose Change,
Sovereign Brass, Jason Thomas and
Friends, Robin Gallo as Reba, Randy
and Charlie Morris, Brutha Niel and
the Real Deal, the Good Times Jazz
Band and Luerne Herrera
on Saturday, El Tigre Lupercio y
su Mariachi Juvenil 2000, Orisi Risi,
the Wyndbreakers, Dominic Gaudious,
the UCF Jazz Ensemble and Suzy Park-
Hosmer, the Silson Brothers, Bakey
and Betty, Bob Rafkin, the Arzo
Tureaud II Quartet, Men with Mort-
gages, Jamie Roberts and Brutha Niel.
Workshops will be held Saturday


from 4-8 p.m. and will include guitar,
vocal, swing, creative arrangements,
songwriting, resume, selling oneself in
the music business and grant writing.
They are taught in informal settings and
give folks an opportunity to learn some
new tricks of the trade.
An international food court and local
restaurateurs will offer an eclectic mix
of local flavors and delicacies from
around the world.
There will be activities for the whole
family. A kid zone will include games,
creative activities, face painting, char-
acters and balloons.
The Winter Garden History Center
will have a special music memorabilia
exhibit, including old sheet music, mu-
sical theater playbills, old phonographs
and radios. A musical instrument pet-
ting zoo will be set up as well.
Planners are looking for vendors to
set up along the street. The price per
space for both days is $35 for mer-
chandise and $45 for larger food ven-
dors. Call Frank Siano at 407-292-7922
for information.
Embarq has signed on as the title
sponsor for the event.
All proceeds from the festival will
benefit the Winter Garden Heritage
Foundation. For more information, call
407-656-3244.


Shirley Edwards shares a laugh with 2nd-grader Emily Ram during a
reading session at Health Central Park.


Monica Trocki waits her turn while Laniay Miracle reads a story to Eli-
nor Brown. The 2nd-graders took a field trip with their class to Health
Central Park.

Reading, writing program takes off


Second-graders at Dillard Street
Elementary have started a visitation
program with the residents of Health
Central Park. Michelle Friedman's
class of 14 students make the short
walk across the yard to read to the
residents, write letters back and forth
and take part in some journal writ-
ing.
"It will bring such joy to the resi-
dents to share in the learning, reading


and writing of these children," said
Judy Skilton, director of Recreation-
al Services at HCP.
On a recent visit, the residents had.
prepared and gave the students flash
cards so they could work on their
math skills as well.
On Halloween, the entire second-
grade class will visit the Park for a
costume parade and trick-or-treating
with all the residents.


Happy 10th anniversary!
The Church of the Messiah recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary
of Father Tom Rutherford as rector. He is pictured with his wife, Stoney,
at the anniversary celebration. His goal for the church is 'Loving God,
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Bingo will be played with the residents with
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Oct. 28 is Make a Difference Day, a na-
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o Diabetes screening
at Walgreens
CholestCheck Corp. is holding free
diabetes screenings at the Winter Gar-
den Walgreens on Nov. 2-3. Checks
take place from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
the store, 13720 W. Colonial Drive.
Other tests are available for a fee:
cholesterol, liver function, H. Pylori,
thyroid, PSA and blood type.
For more information, call 800-713-
3301.

S Fall festival at
W.O. Baptist
The community is invited to the fall
festival at West Orange Baptist
Church, set for Saturday, Nov. 4, from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families can take
part in the fun, including games, crafts,
cupcake walks, hayrides, bounce
houses and a Caterpillar Craze for chil-
dren; an inflatable gladiator joust for
youth; and a bake sale and Cajun
cook-off competition. Attendees can
judge which Louisiana chef takes
hpme the coveted Cajun Paddle
award.
Hamburger and hotdog meals will
be sold as well.
S Guests will have the chance to meet
Sthe church's new pastor, Brother Lar-
ry Jinks. The church is at 200 S. Tubb
St., Oakland.

Pancake supper to
benefit Relay For Life
SBeulah Baptist Church in Winter
Garden is hosting a pancake super and
musical entertainment to benefit the
church's Relay For Life team. All pro-
ceeds go to the American Cancer So-
ciety.
SThe event is this Saturday, Oct. 21,
from 6-8 p.m. Cost is $5 for adults,
$3 for youth. The church is at 671
Beulah Road. For more information,
call 407-656-3342.

Roper YMCA
plans Fall Festival
The Roper YMCA is holding its
third annual fall festival this Satur-
day, Oct. 21, from 4-7 p.m. The fes-
tival will offer games, prizes and face
painting and will feature music, a cos-
tume contest and more.
The community is invited to par-
ticipate in the free event, see what the
'Y has to offer and receive $50 off the
joiner's fee.
The Y is located at 100 Windermere
Road, Winter Garden. For more in-
formation about programs, call 407-
656-6430.

Kids Halloween dance
at Stoneybrook West
Stoneybrook West Golf Clubhouse
isholding a Halloween dance for chil-
dien Friday, Oct. 27, from 6-9 p.m.
The event is open to the public, and the
clubhouse invites the community for
food and family fun. It will include a
kids costume contest, a disc jockey
playing children's music and Hal-
Sdween songs, a light show and glow
sticks.
The golf clubhouse is at 15501
Town Commons Blvd. across from,
W "ispering Oak Elementary School.
For information, call 407-877-7129.

HCP, Dillard school
teaming for festival
The Health Central Foundation will
celebrate Veterans Day on Saturday,
Nov. 11, with "A Day at the Park," a
family-oriented festival. It runs from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 411 N. Dillard St.,
Winter Garden. There will be a pa-
S rade, booths selling food and crafts,
games, music and more.
Health Central Foundation will be
partnering with Dillard Street Ele-
mentary School and the Health Cen-
tral nursing home. Proceeds from this
event will benefit the School Nurse
Program at Dillard, as well as HCP's
Adult Day Care Scholarships Fund
and renovations to the Patriot Circle
wing at HCP.
Booth space is still available for
crafters and vendors. Call 407-296-
1600 for booth information. Volun-
teers are needed, too; to help, call Ana
Fernandez at 407-296-1837. :


Get help from
Health Alliance
resource program
The Health Alliance Family Care
Center in Winter Garden has many pro-
grams to benefit residents of Orange
County. Among those is the Family
Resource Program.
The overall goal of the Family Re-
source Program is to promote self-suf-
ficiency for Orange County citizens
who are at risk due to health, disabili-
ty, age or other circumstances beyond
their control.
Services are provided through a case-
management model to clients who are
motivated and have realistic goals lead-
ing to independence. The program
serves county residents who are dis-
abled with the goal of returning to work
and disabled residents with the goal of
receiving benefits from other agencies.
For more information or to make a
referral, call 407-836-8410 or 407-877-
4314 Monday through Friday from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m.

Kids can meet
unmasked heroes
at People of Faith
Heroes Unmasked is a fun no-fear
Bible adventure at People of Faith
church. Children and their families will
encounter costumed Bible hero actors,
play more than a dozen carnival games,
decorate cookies to take home, do
crafts and collect Bible hero cards they
can trade.
The program is Oct. 29 from 3-5:30
p.m. The church is at 220 Windermere
Road (in the Children's Lighthouse
Learning Center). For information, call
407-877-3937.

Adoption workshop
focuses on China
Citizens interested in learning more
about adopting from China are invited
to attend Great Wall's free informa-
tive workshop in Winter Garden.
It will take place this Saturday, Oct.
21, at the First Baptist Church of Win-
ter Garden, 125 E. Plant St., from 9:30-
11 a.m. Attendees will receive a
coupon for $25 off the application fee.
The non-profit Great Wall organi-
zation has placed hundreds of aban-
doned children with families in Flori-
da. Couples between the ages of 30
and 55 can adopt from China.
Families who have recently adopted
will be present to answer questions.
Space is limited. To make a reserva-
tion, or for information on additional
meetings, call 352-666-4853 or e-mail
susan.fl@gwca.org. The Great Wall
Web site is www.gwca.org.

Rec's Active 50
and Over to meet
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers a Active 50 and Over
group. Interested seniors can call the
rec office at 407-656-4155 for more
information. Sign-ups take place at the
rec center or at the first meeting at-
tended. The groups do not meet on hol-
idays.
The West Orange Page Turners
Literary Book Club meets the sec-
ond Monday of each month. Favorite
books are discussed in a round-robin set-
ting.
Day trips take place every month.
This Saturday, Oct. 21, guests will vis-
it the Yalaha Country Bakery and ex-
perience a taste of Germany through
live music and food. Guests should
bring their own folding chair. Cost for
transportation only is $5 for residents,
$7 for others. The bus leaves at 8 a.m.
and returns at approximately 2 p.m.
Armchair Traveler gatherings are
the third Friday of each month. The
first meeting is from 10 a.m. to noon this
Friday, Oct. 20, at Little Hall, 31 W.
Garden Ave. Light refreshments will be
served. Cost is $2. The first tour is of
Australia through videos, stories and
personal experience;

Fencing classes
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is offering fencing lessons to
children and adults at the Old Fire Sta-
tion Recreation Center, 127 S. Boyd
St. Classes include basic to advanced
footwork, blade work and offensive
and defensive strategies and are taught
by coaches certified by the United
States Fencing Association.
Call the rec office at 407-656-4155.


W.G. plans 5K race, fitness walk


The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment's first 5K Race and Fitness
Walk will begin at 7:30 a.m. Saturday,
Nov. 4. It is open to runners, walkers,
participants with strollers and leashed
dogs. Event parking will be located at
Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Ave.
Plaques will be awarded to the top
10 male and female athletes, and re-
freshments and children's activities
will be provided by Westpoint Fel-
lowship Church. The Farnsworth
Pool will offer a cool relief after the
race from 8:30-9:30 a.m. for partic-


pants only.
Early registration is $15, and the
deadline is Wednesday, Nov. 1. Reg-
ister early at Tri & Run, 56 W. Plant
St., Winter Garden. Race packets can
be picked up Nov. 1-3, also at Tri &
Run.
After Nov. 1, the fee is $20 and can
be paid on race day between 6:30 and
7 p.m. Make checks payable to the
City of Winter Garden. For more in-
formation, call 407-656-4155.
Lepowphoto.com will provide race
photo opportunities.


Siler starts AtHome business


Winter Garden resident Susan Siler
has started her own AtHome Ameri-
ca business, a direct seller of home-dec-
orating accents.
"I am so excited to join the AtH-
ome America family as a homestyle
specialist," Siler said. "It is a business
that will support my family income
needs, my goals and career achieve-
ment plans."
For more than 20 years, AtHome
America has been decorating homes
through home shows with its exten-
sive collection of accessories designed
with family in mind.
"All of AtHome America's prod-
ucts represent the heart of the fami-

Got your costume ready
The city of Winter Garden is host-
ing its annual downtown Halloween-
fest on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 6-9
p.m. A haunted house, trick-or-treat-
ing with the merchants, a costume
contest, live entertainment, hayrides,
carnival games, dancing, inflatables
and other activities will all be part of
the fun. More than $350 in cash prizes
will be awarded for youth and adult
costume contest winners.
This popular annual event draws

Women invited to
hormone clinic
"Balancing Your Hormones Nat-
urally," a woman's guide to hor-
mone-related health concerns, will
be presented Saturday, Oct. 28, from
10-11 a.m. The program will be pre-
sented by Dr. Jennifer Bourst of Uni-
ty Family Chiropractic at Downtown
Herb Shoppe & Day Spa, 33 S. Main
St., Winter Garden.
The program will provide facts
about PMS and menopause; the roles
of stress and the nervous system, es-
trogen, progesterone, blood sugar
and the adrenal glands; proper nu-
trition to supplement a woman's
health needs; risks to women on hor-
mone replacement therapies; and
more.
Call 407-654-4506 to reserve one
of the 20 seats available.

Railroad-themed
display at museum
The Central Florida Railroad Mu-
seum, 101 S. Boyd St., Winter Gar-
den, is displaying a "Trains a-
Rolling" exhibit. The exhibit, a cel-
ebration of railroad-themed art and
photography, will remain through
December.
More than 10 artists, all members
of the Central Florida Chapter of the
National Railway Historical Society,
are exhibiting their works.
There is no charge to tour the mu-
seum or view the exhibit. The muse-
um, a division of the Winter Garden
Heritage Foundation, is open daily
from 1-5 p.m. For more details, call
407-656-0559.

Alzheimer's Support
Group meets monthly
Golden Pond Communities hosts
Alzheimer's Support Group meet-
ings every fourth Tuesday of the
month at 6 p.m. in the conference
room of Building 406.
The facilitator is Jerry Hamilton of
the Alzheimer's Resource Center.
For details, call Allison Dion at 407-
654-7217. Golden Pond is at 404
Lakeview Road, Winter Garden.


ly: the home," said Siler. "It is a won-
derful experience to be able to share
with the Winter Garden community
such versatile and quality products
that have the ability to create memo-
ries and traditions."
Lisa Brandau, co-founder and pres-
ident of AtHome America, said: "Su-
san will be an important contributor to
the AtHome America family and our
customers in the Winter Garden
area....Susan is a wonderful repre-
sentative for our company."
For more information on AtHome
America or to join the company, con-
tact Susan Siler at 407-654-3605 or
susan_siler2003 @yahoo.com.

for W.G. Halloweenfest?
between 5,000 and 7,000 participants.
High school groups, private clubs
and civic organizations are invited to
use this event as a fund-raising op-
portunity, and ideas include pie-eating
contests, carnival games, guessing
contests, hole-in-one golf, balloon
darts, prize wheels, ring toss and duck
ponds.
Entry fee is $25. For more infor-
mation, call the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department at 407-656-4155.

Save the dates
for fun times
The city of Winter Garden'wants
residents to mark these dates in their
calendars so they won't miss all the
events coming up. The West Orange
Times will provide details closer to
each date.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 27-28
Winter Garden Music Fest 2006.
Tuesday, Oct. 31 Halloween-
fest along downtown Plant Street.
Saturday, Nov. 4 Winter Gar-
den 5K Race and Fitness Walk, starts
and ends near the recreation office
on Lake Apopka.
Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 18-
19 Winter Garden Merchants Art
Festival in downtown Winter Gar-
den.
Friday, Dec. 1 Light-Up Win-
ter Garden along Plant Street.
Saturday, Dec. 2 Annual
Christmas Parade kicks off at 10 a.m.
and runs along Dillard and Plant
streets.
,* Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec.
12-13 De-Light-ful Decorations
house-decorating contest with cash
prizes.


112 years of commitment to Rotary
Larry Grimes (from left), Dr. Robert Foster and Thomas DeLoach were
recognized by the Winter Garden Rotary Club for their significant years
of perfect attendance. Dr. Foster has 43 years of perfect attendance with
the club, Grimes has 39 years, and DeLoach has 30 years. These men
serve as role models to other Rotarians and were commended for their
dedication to the club and their commitment to Rotary.


Teddy Bear Tea
for preschoolers
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment will host its second Teddy
Bear Tea for all preschoolers ages 3-
5 Monday, Nov. 13, from 10 a.m. to
noon at Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden
Ave. The event is free for all
preschoolers, parents and teddy bears.
Guests can enjoy tea, cakes, face
painting, crafts, story time and a spe-
cial surprise guest.
For more information, call the rec of-
fice at 407-656-4155.


Blood drive
Alpha Army Navy World will host
its monthly blood drive with Flori-
da's Blood Centers this Saturday,
Oct. 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
13032 W. Colonial Drive, Winter
Garden.
For more information, call George
Skiba at 407-877-9530.
Donors will receive discounts at
Silver Springs, Universal Orlando
or Islands of Adventure and Darden
Restaurants. Club Red continues as
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* Nature and history coming together

for 9th annual Oakland Heritage Day


The Oct. 28 Oakland Heritage
Festival is a joint effort between
the Oakland Nature Preserve and
the town of Oakland to bring folks
together to recognize the town's
history and the role the nature has
played in the town.
This ninth annual event takes
place in Oakland's Speer Park from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The festival will feature the an-
nual dessert and chili cookoffs,
food and merchandise vendors,
community organization and busi-
ness displays, a children's corner,
contests and a historic area with a
questionnaire and collected stories
about "the good ol' days."
One of the highlights is narrated
eco-boat tours of Lake Apopka.


Tours will leave the Oakland dock
every 30 minutes, and tickets are
$10.
Guests can also enjoy Model A
rides, hay rides, local history tours,
music by Dominic Gaudious and
KZ Zuckerman
Lucky winners will take home
great packages from this year's
silent auction. Auction items in-
clude rounds of golf at local cours-
es, theme park tickets, a one-week
stay at a beach house on Anna
Maria Island, manatee tours and a
sunset cruise, gift certificates for
food and plants, newspaper adver-
tising, gift baskets, photography
and a day spa treatment.
Guests can bid from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. during the festival.


Oakland


The commission was in favor of
the plan and agreed, by consensus,
to proceed with the idea.
In other business, the elected of-
ficials:
Passed a motion to send to the
Florida Department of Education
the distribution breakdown of the
$58,000 school recognition award
that Oakland Avenue Charter
School received for getting an A
state grade. The school administra-
tion agreed to give instructional
staff $2,000 each, non-instruction-
al and administrative staff $800
apiece and part-time staffers $200.
In addition, each classroom teach-
er will receive $156 to be spent on
books, special-area teachers will
each receive $156 for supplies, and
the SRA Corrective Reading Pro-
gram for second through fifth grades
will get $1,500.
The state must approve the dis-
tribution.
Received a thank-you in the form
of a DVD slideshow presentation
from the West Orange High School
Marching Band's drum line for the
town's donation of $500 toward the
purchase of new equipment and uni-
forms. The band also gave the com-
mission a plaque, which Mayor
Kathy Stark said will be hung in
Town Hall.


accepted a large, framed cer-
tificate of appreciation from Nan-
cy Christman of the St. Johns Riv-
er Water Management District for
the town's continued assistance.
Christman also came with a re-
quest. The SJRWMD has been us-
ing the Oakland dock for water
monitoring at Lake Apopka, but
now that the town is planning to ren-
ovate the structure, the district is
asking the town for permission to
relocate the monitoring device on
the dock at the Oakland Nature Pre-
serve.
The consensus of the Town Com-
mission was to permanently move
the equipment.
Town Manager Maureen
Rischitelli said the dock work will
begin mid-November.
heard a report from Town Plan-
ner Roland Magyar, who said town
staff had completed 103 letters to
residents citing code-enforcement
violations. The letters were to be
sent out last Wednesday, and these
residents will have two weeks to
clean up their properties.
learned of expanded activities
surrounding the Oakland Heritage
Day (set for Oct. 28). Rischitelli has
planned Manager Movie Night on
Friday, Oct. 27, with reruns of her
favorite Andy Griffith episodes in


The committee is still accepting
donations for the silent auction. All
proceeds go directly to the Oak-
land Nature Preserve. To donate an
item or package for the auction,
contact Oakland Town Commis-
sioner Mona Phipps at 407-656-
8277 or through Town Hall, 407-
656-1117 or P.O. Box 98, Oakland
34760.
There's also a raffle for a pair of
bikes worth $900 that have been
donated by the Friends of Lake
Apopka and West Orange Bike in
downtown Winter Garden. Tickets
are $1 apiece or six for $5 and are
available at ONP and Oakland
Town Hall. The drawing will be
held at 3:45 p.m., and the winner
does not need to be present.


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the town meeting hall from 7-9 p.m.
Oakland residents are invited to at-
tend. On Sunday, Oct. 29, an "Old.
Days of Family Reunion" runs from
2:30-3:30 p.m. at the gazebo in
Speer Park. The event will celebrate
the ninth year of Heritage Day and
will include anniversary cake, tea
and coffee.
received a run-down of month-
ly community events from
Rischitelli. In November, food will
be collected at Town Hall. In De-
cember, a Town Hall lighting cere-
mony takes place Friday, Dec. 8,
and includes carols and refresh-
ments for guests; and Santa Day is
Dec. 9. In January, a volunteer par-
ty will take place at the end of the
month. In February, Town Planner
Magyar will play the role of a
groundhog in a program at the char-
ter school, and the school's FCAT
parade is Feb. 23. In March, a St.
Patrick's Day parade and breakfast
is set. In April, charter school stu-
dents will perform the annual play
Goin' Buggy, and there's talk of
adding a second performance night
for townspeople. In May and June,
children are invited to the meeting
hall to make cards and crafts for
their parents on the Saturdays be-
fore Mother's Day and Father's
Day.


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Ocoee


Jim Van Fleet and the Reign will give a 5 p.m. performance this Saturday at the 13th Annual Ocoee Founders'
Day Celebration.


Founders' Day

The big concert Saturday night will
feature Ronnie Milsap, Danielle Peck,
Cledus T. Judd, Jim Van Fleet and the
Reign, Homer Stiles and Alan Cox
beginning at 4:30 p.m. and continu-
ing until the huge fireworks display
over Starke Lake at 9 p.m.
Milsap, the Saturday night head-
liner, is an internationally known
country soul singer, who has sold
more than 25 million records, racked
up 40 No. 1 hits and earned a host of
awards, including seven Grammys,
four Academy of Country Music
Awards and eight Country Music As-
sociation Awards.
Among his chart-toppers were
"Pure Love," "Back on My Mind
Again," "Smoky Mountain Rain" and
"Any Day Now."
Judd will bring his crowd-pleasing
talents in parodying country songs to
Ocoee. His repertoire includes such
titles as "How Do You Milk a Cow"
and "It's a Great Day to Be a Guy." His


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For more information, log onto the
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Ocoee Founders' Day
schedule of events

Friday, Oct. 20
6:30 p.m.: Tim Neilsen
7:30 p.m.: Herb Williams Band
8:30 p.m.: The Marvelettes
9:30 p.m. The Drifters

Saturday, Oct. 21
9 a.m. Founders' Day Parade featur-
ing the Ocoee High School Marching
Knights, antique cars and bicycles,
businesses.

9 a.m.-3 p.m. Historic Ocoee Christian
Church open for tours.

10 a.m.-3 p.m.: Classic car show


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downtown.

10 a.m.-2 p.m.: Student art show at
the Woman's Club of Ocoee.

10 a.m.-4 p.m.: Withers-Maguire
House and Museum open for tours ev-
ery half hour.

2 p.m.: Fab Five Family Tournament
awards presentation.

10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.: Local entertain-
ment on the main stage at Starke Lake.

11:30 a.m.-5 p.m.: Performances by
Orlando Broadway Arts Youth
Dancers, Jeremy Steding, Patrick Gib-
son, Homer Stiles and Allen Cox.

5-9 p.m.: Entertainment by Ronnie
Milsap, Danielle Peck, Cledus T. Judd
and Jim Van Fleet and the Reign.

9 p.m. Fireworks over Starke Lake.


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Ocoee Police Department plans

'Walk Away from Drugs' Oct. 28
In conjunction with Red Ribbon pledge banner.
Week Oct. 23-31, the Ocoee Police There will be free drinks at the end
Department has planned a second of the walk, a free chance drawing,
"Walk.Away from Drugs" on Satur- drug-prevention displays, a bounce
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Leslie Ann Lane. The house, which draws approximately 200
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There will also be a graveyard scene in front of the house fea-
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American Legion Post 109 has ar-
ranged assistance for veterans who
need to file for benefits.
Through the post's efforts, Orange
County Government has established a
Veterans Services Office in Ocoee
and agency representative Tommie
Maldonado will be available Mon-
days and Thursdays to help answer
questions and file forms.
His services will be offered at the
Tom Ison Seniors and Veterans Cen-
ter, 1701 Adair St., Ocoee, from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
He will help veterans file new
claims; reopen denied claims; review
old claims, rating decisions and ap-
peals; apply for increases, widows
benefits, burial benefits, pensions, sur-
vivor benefits program claims and to
prepare notice of disagreements and ap-
peals. Counselors are also available
for group benefits briefings. To sched-
uled a briefing, call 407-836-8990.
For more information, call 407-654-
8493.

Ocoee Rotarians
selling raffle tickets
for Daytona 500
The Rotary Club of Ocoee is selling
tickets for a drawing for prizes. The
first-place winner will receive two
tickets to the 2007 Daytona 500 with
a superstretch package including food,
four drink tickets, unlimited sodas and
water and a NASCAR celebrity ap-
pearance.
The second-place prize is a 2007
Gatorade Duel NNC with Fun Zone.
The third-place winner will receive
four passes to Daytona USA Theme
Park. Tickets are one for $10 or three
for $25.
The prize tickets will be sold at
Ocoee Tire, Big Daddy's Pizza, Mar-
bais Enterprises and Gosselin Realty.
For more information or to purchase
tickets, call Marge Johnstone at 407-
467-6954. Winners will be drawn dur-
ing the Oct. 21 Ocoee Founders' Day
Celebration.

Ocoee Lions to host
annual turkey shoots
The Ocoee Lions Club will host its
annual turkey shoots on Oct. 28, Nov.
11 and Dec. 9. They all will be held at
881 Ocoee-Apopka Road, north of
Silver Star Road and south of the West
Orange Girls Club softball fields.
Each shoot will begin at 9 a.m. and
finish at 4 p.m., and the cost is $2.50
per shot. In addition, the Lions will
also raffle shotguns.

Halloween Carnival at
Jim Beech Center
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department is hosting a Halloween
Carnival at the Jim Beech Recreation
Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road, on
Saturday, Oct. 28, from 7-9 p.m. The
event is free for all ages.
The evening will feature a haunted
room, a costume contest for children
and adults and games and treats for
the whole family.

The Haunted Library
at West Oaks
The West Oaks Library in Ocoee
will become the Haunted Library on
Saturday, Oct. 28, from 2-4 p.m. and
Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m.
The Haunted Library will offer
scary stories and terrifying treats.

Breakfast with the
Monsters Oct. 21
On Saturday, Oct. 21, the West
Oaks Library will host a Breakfast
with the Monsters at 10:15 a.m. There
will be breakfast snacks and a view-
ing of the movie Monsters, Inc.

Free diabetes screening
A free diabetes screening will be
held at the Walgreen's at 8849 W.
Colonial Drive in Ocoee Oct. 30-Nov.
1 from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Other tests
will be available for a fee. Results will
be available onsite.
For more information, call 1-800-
713-3301.

Music in the Library:
Music Together
The West Oaks Library in Ocoee
will host Music in the Library: Mu-
sic Together on Thursday, Oct. 26, at
11:30 a.m.
This interactive program fosters mu-
sic appreciation and movement in in-
fants, toddlers, preschoolers and
adults.

Bingo begins again
for WO Seniors
The West Orange Senior Citizens
have started their weekly bingo games
in the Ocoee Community Center over-


looking Starke Lake.
The games are held each Monday
from 1-3 p.m. The cost is 25 cents per
card, and cash prizes are awarded.
Coffee and sweets are provided.


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Ocoee writer breaks record at local Barnes & Noble
Lindsay Moss of Ocoee sold 47 copies of her novel, 'You Made This
Drink, You Drink It,' at her 1st book-signing event at the Barnes & No-
ble on Sand Lake Road in the Dr. Phillips area. The former book-sign-
ing record at the store was 33 books. 'I cannot believe it,' said Lindsay.
'It's like I've written the little pink book that could.' Her novel is also
racking up sales on Amazon.com, and Lindsay, who is a dancer in the
'Beauty and the Beast' show at Disney's MGM Studios, is thrilled with
her publishing success.


Rilla Tomyn, owner of Betty J's Florist in Ocoee, wields a sledgeham-
mer to break through the wall into the space next door. The shop is
expanding to fill the needs of the growing flower shop.

Expansion begins for Betty J's Florist


Rilla Tomyn, owner of Betty J's
Florist, is expanding the flower and
gift shop located on the corner of
Bluford Avenue and McKey Street
in downtown Ocoee.
The business has outgrown its cur-
rent space of 1,800 square feet.
When the space next door, previ-
ously occupied by a real estate com-,
pany, became available, the deci-
sion was made to expand into that
area.
The expansion will increase the
shop size by approximately 1,400
feet, allowing for more storage
space, a conference room for con-
sultations with the designers and
more showroom space to allow cus-
tomers to browse through the home
ddcor items and silk arrangements.
Rilla and the five designers, of-
fice and delivery staff are excited
about the growth of the shop.
"It's thrilling," said Rilla. "When
flower shops are closing, we're ex-
panding. We believe that thanks are
owed to our customers who have

Donations needed
for food pantry
Ocoee Christian Church is looking for
donations for its food pantry in order to
meet the increased demands on its re-
sources. The greatest current needs are
canned soups, tuna and chicken, as well
as pasta and pasta sauces.
Donations are received Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the church, locat-
ed at 15 S. Bluford Ave. For more in-
formation, call 407-656-2010.


made this possible."
Rilla purchased the flower shop
three years ago on the advice of her
aunt, the late Elizabeth Tomyn
Longcoy, and Rilla's mother, Mae
Conroy Tomyn. Since that time, the
shop has increased its business great-
ly, creating the need for more de-
signers, office staff and delivery per-
sonnel and, thus, more space.
For the next couple of weeks, the
shop will be in some disarray, while
walls are torn down to create door-
ways and painting and a lot of mov-
ing is being done.
"We want our customers to know
that even though it will be chaotic
here, it will be an organized chaos.
Our standards will not change. Our
designers will still be producing the
highest quality floral arrangements
and our customer service will still
be one-on-one," said Rilla.
At the end of October, when the
work is expected to be completed,
Rilla and her staff are planning to
hold an open house.


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

Line dancing in Ocoee
Line dance classes are held each
Wednesday and Friday morning from
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.
and intermediate to advanced classes
from 7:30-9 p.m. Donations are ac-
cepted.

This is a fun way to exercise and
work out at the same time. Please wear
leather sole shoes or something com-
fortable.
These lessons are held in the Ocoee
Community Center behind the old fire
station and the Withers-Maguire
House. For more information, call
Glenda Marshall at 407-294-9048.

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 or
check out the club's Web site at
www.womansclubofocoee.com.

Square dance lessons
offered Thursdays
Square dancing with the Garden
Patch Squares is offered each Thurs-
day at the Vignetti Recreation Center
from 6-9 p.m. The center is located at
1910 Adair St. in Ocoee.
For more information, call Barbara
McBride at 407-889-8558 or 407-256-
7354.

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

American Legion Post
109 meets on 2nd Friday
The American Legion Post 109 of
Ocoee is now meeting at the Tom Ison
Veteran and Senior Center at 1701
Adair St. The meetings are held the
second Friday of each month at 7 p.m.


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Woman's Club of Ocoee welcomes new members
Carolyn Alexander, far left, 2nd vice president and membership chair for the Woman's Club of Ocoee,
along with President Judie Lewis, far right, recently welcomed Laura Siegel and Jackie Titus as new club
members. New club members also welcomed but not pictured: Carole Amey and Connie Berry.


Children's events set
at West Oaks Library
The West Oaks Library, located at
1821 E. Silver Star Road in Ocoee, is
offering special programs for children.
The programs are free, and scheduling.
is not necessary.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is especially for infants
birth to 18 months and lasts approxi-
mately 15 minutes. It will be held each
Monday at 10:15 a.m. The rhythm and
repetition of nursery rhymes are used
to introduce very young children to
literature.
Toddler Time, especially for chil-
dren aged 18-36 months, will be held
each Monday at 10:45 a.m. The use
of picture books, finger plays, songs,
poetry and Mother Goose rhymes and
flannel board stories encourage the
development of verbal and listening
skills. The program lasts approxi-
mately 20 minutes.
Storybook Fun for Your Little
One: This read-aloud program, held
each Monday at 11:15 a.m., is rec-
ommended for children ages 3-5 years.
Children can enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories, plus
rhymes, songs and poetry. Groups,
families, schools and childcare
providers are welcome to participate,
and scheduling is not necessary.
The West Oaks Library is open Mon-
days through Thursdays from 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The library is also
open Sundays from 1-6 p.m. For more
information, call 407-521-3330.

Volunteer tutors
needed at Christian
Service Center
The West Orange Christian Service
Center in Ocoee needs volunteer tutors
for its elementary age after-school tu-
torial program. Volunteers are need-
ed on Tuesdays from 3:45-5 p.m. or
Wednesday from 3-4:30 p.m.
For more information, call 407-656-
6678, Ext. 28.


West Orange Civitan Club hosting bingo
The West Orange Civitan Club will host bingo games the third
Friday of each month beginning Oct. 20. The games will be held at
the West Orange Girls Club on Ocoee-Apopka Road from 6:30-9
p.m.
In addition to bingo jackpots, there will be door prizes and snacks
available, and players are invited to come for an hour or for the whole
evening.
Proceeds from the games will help fund a variety of Civitan pro-
jects in the West Orange community.


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SYouth volunteer discovers positive rewards at Special Olympics


Supporting a friend
add-s ie\\ meaning to
Gotha teen's
\ acationl expe rience.
Recently the friend was
Chosen for the 2007
Special Olympics World
SGames in China.

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t \\hen people ask Nick Marcotte of
Gotha at hjt he id on his summer va-
Sa inth:n the, \. on' get a typical re-
_ponse
Earhlie this ear. Nick asked his par-
ents if he could forego the annual fam-
i, \iacari''n to be a volunteer at the
Special OIl mpics National Games in
.-imels. lo\v a
S -\ ulunilo a Central Florida Chris-
S !nn Academ\. Nick met Special
Onimpan C J Piantieri while train-
mg at pe i sonal naming facility in the
Ros.emniont aiea in Orlando. Both ath-
letes % ere tv. :i king out there with per-
s-:nial u aner Donunick Castellano and
N.oon becaimie v. workout partners.
SC J is alu\ js [i inning, said Nick
in ja iiecent iniel ew with The West
S ,N g. Tutes. "I spot for him, we
help each othei out. and occasionally
m e run together
Nick had neer been to a Special
Ok mpics ei en until C.J. invited him
L t 'o o ith him to the National Games
in .ul\
c l The Maic,:tte family discussed the
a, .,ca-ion proposal. and Nick's parents,
Tamnu and Nelson. agreed to the trip
i plan.
S Trjdiicralil\. the family goes to the
beach foi a \eek around the Fourth
.f Jul\ This N eai. they worked out a
,- plan for Nick and his mom to go to
Sli\\ a \\hle his dad and sister went to
the beach.
While this was Nick's first Special
SOlh mpiics event. C.J. had competed
in the poC erlifting events many times
and at state-level championships.
C.J 32. is 5-foot-3 and weighs 143
pounds, but lie is not the average
v .eight liier
"Sporting a calin expression and
Sbig brov. n e es hidden behind a pair
of shaded glasses. Piantieri doesn't
look like the kind of guy who can lift
double his \.eight -and barely break
a st. ea doiin it." said Castellano, his
coach for 18 ears
He has o\ ercome severe physical
S ninutations to excel as a seven-time
Florida State Special Olympics Cham-
piohn.
Castellano said C.J. has been shat-
te rin stercor pes and pushing through
S mliitanons his entue life.
C.J is one of the best powerlifters
the Special Ol\ mpics has ever seen,
said the coach. and his 18 gold medals
are a b\ product of his greatest gift-
turning adIersiit into strength.
The Special Ol\ rnpian had a stroke
at birth and has had to deal with many
difficult ph sical problems, said his
Coach. He has neurological damage,
seizure disorder. learning disabilities
and physical impairments. Doctors
told C.J.'s parents that weight training
w would be essential to his recovery.
While in Iol a. Nick helped with
the po\\ erlifting e ents.
l"MN assignment was to keep the
athletes in order to go on the stage. I
helped them get ready," he said.
S But the best part of the seven-day
sta\ v. as \% watching his friend win four
sold medals.
C.J. regularly lifts the same amount
of \%eight as competitors twice his
bod\ \v.eight said the coach, yet he
makes it look effortless as ifpovw-


his coach and family.
"It was a great experience to be
there to help my friend and to be part
of the Special Olympic Games as
well," said Nick.
He said he learned a lot by watch-
ing how dedicated and well trained
the athletes were despite their infir-
mities and physical limitations
Castellano said C.J.'s supportive
parents and 18 years of non-stop
strength and conditioning training
have made the difference.
At 14, doctors recommended


Nick Marcotte of Gotha (right) congratulates his friend, C.J. Piantieri,
for winning a gold medal in the powerlifting event during the Special
Olympics National Games in Ames, Iowa, July 2-9. Nick accepted an
invitation from his workout partner, C.J., to go with him to the Games,
where he helped out as a volunteer. C.J., who lives in Orlando, won 4
gold medals at the competition.


C.J. Piantieri of Orlando is pictured during the weightlifting event at the
Special Olympics USA National Championships this summer at Iowa
State University. He was recently selected to represent the United
States at the World Games in China next year.


ered by a hydraulic lift.
At the first-ever Special Olympics
USA National Games on the campus
of Iowa State University this summer,
C.J. lifted 350 pounds in the squat,
215 on the bench press and 415 in the
deadlift.
On his final, medal-winning squat
lift of 350 pounds, C.J. barely wavered
getting the bar toward the rack, his
coach said.-
"And as he gained his balance and
pushed the weight upward, the calm,
shy expression on Piantieri's face
broke. In its place came a loud, vic-
torious scream that pierced the audi-


torium moments before the crowd
erupted in applause."
"I felt like, it's finally done," said
C.J, following the lift.
He won gold medals in these three
events and another gold for the over-
all combination of all his lifts.
"It really comes down to two words
- courage and bravery. The courage
to push beyond and fight against and
overcome physical limitations and to
work around them and fight through
them" said Castellano.
C.J.'s victory was even sweeter be-
cause his workout partner and mom
were there to cheer him on along with


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The Special Olympics
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weightlifting to C.J. and his parents
as a way to minimize the affects of
his disabilities. He hit the gym soon
thereafter and his body began to re-
spond to the workouts because his
coach said he has an affinity for lift-
ing. He tried other sports, such as track
and field and swimming in high school
but weightlifting became his passion.
He has been competing for the past
12 years and has won eight Florida
powerlifting championships, along
with 18 gold medals competing in the
Special Olympics.
His dream was one day to represent
the United States at the World Spe-
cial Olympic Games.
This month, C.J. and his coach re-
ceived word that all the training and
preparation have made his dream
come true.
C.J. was selected to represent the
United States and compete at the Spe-
cial Olympics World Games in China
next year. He had been disappointed
in 2000 and 2003 when he was not
chosen for the team but he never gave
up hope, saying, "Next time, I'll make
it."
Coach Castellano praised Nick and
his mother, Tammi, for their contri-
bution to the Special Olympics.
"Nick and Tammy's contribution
is noteworthy because they traveled
so far and from the start had a strofig
desire to be part of such a special event
that took place in Ames, Iowa," said
Castellano.
"Nick is special young man and to
see him give a week of his time to help
is an inspiration. He really worked
hard there."
Castellano said the Special
Olympics movement and the Nation-
al Championships, especially, are the
result of thousands of people giving
their time and money.
Nick first got involved in commu-
nity service through his youth group,
Adrenaline,, which meets weekly at
Camp Ithiel in Gotha. When the youth
group took on a clean-up project in a
Winter Garden neighborhood, Nick
recognized how rewarding such an
experience can be.
But the teen still finds it hard to put
his feelings about helping others into
words.
"Helping in the Games, well, it's
hard to explain," said Nick.
Simply put, he said he returned from
the Special Olympics with "an over-
all better feeling.
"A vacation is fun and everything,
but this, you just get something more
out of it."


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Sara Drumm, a youth member of Windermere Union Church from
Winter Garden, prepares to release butterfly during the ded-
ication service at Windermere Union Church, United Church
of Christ, 10710 Parkridge-Gotha Road.

Windermere Union Church dedicates
new church sanctuary
Windermere Union Church, United Church of Christ held a dedi-
cation service for its new sanctuary at 10710 Parkridge-Gotha Road
on Oct. 1.
A symbolic butterfly release preceded the church service at 3:45
p.m. with each attendee sending a butterfly aloft. Debbie Snow, a
spokesperson for the church, said the symbolism is very meaningful
for the Christian congregation.
"The butterfly comes from a cocoon as Jesus went from his tomb
to resurrection," she said. "It denotes rebirth and rejuvenation which
this new campus is for the congregation of Windermere Union
Church."
The dedication opened with a rousing rendition of "I Was Glad
When They Said Unto Me." The service featured extensive use of mu-
sic and dance and a comedy routine by youth minister Steve Case. Mu-
sic Director Kevin Harris led the music program that was specially
prepared for this occasion.
The Rev. Barton Buchanan, pastor, welcomed the congregation
that nearly filled the 250-seat sanctuary and gave a short message. Mem-
bers of the Florida Conference of the United Church of Christ brought
greetings and congratulations from the 6,000 United Churches of
Christ worldwide.
A highlight of the service featured Hawaiian dancers who per-
formed to "How Great Thou Art" sung in English and Hawaiian.
This complimented the international theme of the service for World
Communion Sunday that also featured photos of children from around
the world.
Following the service, everyone was invited to a buffet.
The day's celebration was the fulfillment of a dream that was sev-
en years in the making.
The 90-year-old church was the first church in Windermere. Its
members are excited about the beginning of the church's future in its
new location.
For information on services or programs, call the church office at
407-876-2112.


Pumpkin Patch opens
at Windermere Union
Windermere Union Church
Preschool will sponsor a pumpkin
patch at its new location at 10710
Parkridge-Gotha Road from Oct. 19-
31.
In addition, the preschool will host
its Fall Fun Day this Saturday, Oct.
21, from 10-4 p.m. Activities include
a bounce house, slide, obstacle course,
rock-climbing wall, hayrides, a face-
painting station and food concessions,
including Sno-Kones and cotton can-
dy.

Library plans
Halloween program
The Windermere Library will host
a Halloween program with spooky sto-
ries, crafts, games, a costume contest and
trick-or-treating this Saturday, Oct. 21,
at 2 p.m. The program is for all ages.


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Fall Festival and
Costume Parade
The Windermere Parks and Recre-
ation Committee will host the annual
Fall Festival and Children's Costume
Parade on Saturday, Oct. 28, begin-
ning at 9:45 a.m. on the basketball
courts. Children will receive trick-or-
treat goodies and refreshments. There
will also be a short program.
For more information or to help
with the event, call the town office at
407-876-2563.

Movie night Oct. 19 at
Windermere Library
The Windermere Library will spon-
sor a family movie night this Thursday,
Oct. 19, at 6 p.m. The community is
invited to attend and watch Dora the
Explorer: Dora's Halloween.
Following the movie, participants
will go outside for a spooky pifiata
party. The library will continue to host
family movie night on the third Thurs-
day of the month.
, For more information, call 407-876-
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Family tennis events
set for Windermere
courts Oct. 22
The Windermere Parks and Recre-
ation Committee is sponsoring a series
of tennis events for the whole fami-
ly. Area residents are invited to meet
at the town tennis courts on Sundays,
Oct. 22, Nov. 12 and Dec. 10, for an
organized tennis program from 1-4
p.m. For more information, call Kei-
th Kalm at 321-256-2546. Volunteers
are needed to help with the programs.
To help, call committee chairman
Doug Bowman at 407-876-2919.

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.




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Pictured (I-r) are Pat Minnick and Denise Picard, who will be serving
ice cream at the social this Sunday.'

Come out for Ice Cream Social at Windermere Union


The community is invited to join
the Windermere Union Church, Unit-
ed Church of Christ congregation for
the next event in the church's Home-
coming and Housewarming series -
an ice cream social this Sunday, Oct.
22.
The social will take place at 9:45


a.m. between the 8:30 a.m. tradition-
al service and the 11 a.m. contempo-
rary Christian music service. Sunday
school for both children and adults
starts at 9:45 a.m.
The congregation recently moved to
its new church home, 10710
Parkridge-Gotha Road.


Tickets are on sale for Rotary's

annual Lobster, Laughter dinner


The Windermere Rotary Club is
inviting community residents who
love lobster and laughter to attend its
fourth annual Lobster, Laughter and
Lend-a-hand event Thursday, Nov. 9.
The dinner, silent auction and art
show will take place at Orlando Util-
ities Commission's Camp Down on
Main Street in Windermere.
The party begins with a reception
and cocktails at 6 p.m. followed by
dinner at 7:15 p.m .
Sponsorship tables are available at
various levels, including gold, $2,000;
silver, $1,500; and bronze, $800. In-
dividual tickets are $65, and casual
dress is suggested.


The featured entertainment will be
a magician, comedian and inspira-
tional speaker.
Proceeds from the event will go to
Health Central Park nursing home,
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,
Princeton House and the Cystic Fi-
brosis Foundation.
Last year's event sold out quickly,
so early reservations are recom-
mended. Tables and individual tickets
can be purchased from all Rotary
members or by calling Tom Johnson
at 407-876-0280. Payment by Amer-
ican Express, Master Card, Visa and
Discover credit cards will be accept-


Free family Halloween Bash at Camp Ithiel
Families who are looking for something safe and fun to do this Hal-
loween are invited to a Halloween Bash at Camp Ithiel in Gotha on
Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 7-9 p.m.
The Adrenaline Student Ministries group will host the festivities that
include a treasure hunt, costume contest with prizes including restaurant
gift certificates and trick-or-treat goodies. It will be a night of thrills and
chills.
Camp Ithiel is located at 2037 Hempel Ave., Gotha. For more infor-
mation, call Nolan with Adrenaline Student Ministries at 407-247-5754.


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.

Library sponsoring
teen photo contest
The Orange County Library Sys-
tem will sponsor a Teen Action Pho-
to Contest at all library branches Oct.
1 through Nov. 1. Area teenagers are
invited to take a picture of something
active and enter the contest to win
prizes.
Entry forms are available at all
branches and on the Web site
http://www.ocls.info/Children/Teen/de-
fault.asp. The entry deadline is Nov.
1, and the contest is open to young-
sters ages 13-18.
Winners will be announced at the
Anime and Photo Con Party on Thurs-
day, Nov. 16, at 7 p.m.

CFWL sponsoring Path To
Scholarship seminar on
Nov. 14 at West Orange
The Central Florida Women's
League will host its third annual Path
To Scholarship seminar on Tuesday,
Nov. 14, from 7-9 p.m. at West Or-
ange High School. June McBride will
lead the free workshop, and the com-
munity is invited to attend. McBride
has published a workbook to aid is se-
curing scholarships and it will be
available for purchase.
Refreshments will be served. For
more information, call Sue Goodwin
at 407-876-5922.


Pictured (1-r) are Rotary President-elect John Crippen, President Julia Strimple, Rotarian Hugh
Foster and guest speaker Luann Brooks. Brooks is executive director of the International Master
Transit and Improvement District. Foster, a long-time club member, is a multi-talented musician, who
entertains at every meeting with piano renditions from his vast repertoire of enjoyable songs.

Transit exec speaks to Windermere Rotarians


Luann Brooks, executive direc-
tor of the International Master
Transit and Improvement District,
spoke to the Windermere Rotary
Club on Sept. 26. She provided
club members and guests with in-
sight into the massive expansion
plans for the International Drive


resort area, referred to by many as
"Orlando's most dynamic desti-
nation."
There are currently 23 different
major projects either planned or
underway to enlarge and enhance
the sector, including expansions
of existing hotels and new hotels,


Composer Hayes to appear in concert


Internationally known composer
and arrange Mark Hayes will be in
concert this Sunday, Oct. 22, at7 p.m.
at St. Luke's United Methodist
Church. The combined choirs of the
church, as well as those of several oth-
er area churches, have been invited to
participate in the concert.
The program is free, and a free-will
offering will be collected.
Hayes' vocal and instrumental writ-
ing is widely acclaimed and performed
across the country. He is known for
his unique choral settings, which draw
from such diverse styles as gospel,
jazz, pop, folk and classical to achieve
a truly American sound. He has been
a recurring recipient of the Standard
Award from ASCAP and his album,
"Just Seen Jesus," received the Dove
Award, the equivalent of a Grammy for


gospel music.
His works are featured regularly at
the annual conventions of the Amer-
ican Choral Directors Association and
the Music Educators National Con-
ference.
Hayes has produced a personal cat-
alogue, compiled during the last 25
years, that includes more than 500
published original compositions and
arrangements.
"Empowering church musicians has
always been one of my goals," said
Hayes. His warm, sensitive style at
the keyboard and behind the conduc-
tor's podium makes him an instant fa-
vorite for all age groups.
The church is located at 4851 S.
Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando. For
more information, call 407-876-4991
or go to www.st.lukes.org.


waterparks and a lakefront Wal-
Mart.
The Windermere Rotary Club
meets every Tuesday morning for
breakfast at Windermere Town
Hall. For more information on
membership, call Coert Voorhees
at 407-876-6897.


Craft and holiday fair in
Gotha Nov. 4
There will be a craft and holiday gift
fair in the Gotha Community Park on
Saturday, Nov. 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 2
p.m.The community is invited to attend.
The park is located at Sixth Street
(Parkridge-Gotha Road) in Gotha. For
details, call 407-925-9976.

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Dr. Phillips


Fall Festival set for Sat. at
Presbyterian Church of the Lakes
The Presbyterian Church of the Lakes, 4700 Lincoln Ave., Orlando,
will hold its annual Fall Festival this Saturday, Oct. 21. from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
There will be a white elephant sale, crafts, baked goods, homemade
jams, jellies and pickles, a silent auction of gift baskets, a car wash
and activities for children, including horse rides and a trick BMX
demonstration. The food menu will include South African pancakes,
hot dogs, hamburgers and chili.
In addition, Central Florida Blood Centers will have a mobile unit
available to collect blood donations. The church is located off Con-
roy-Windermere Road about a half-mile east of Apopka-Vineland
Road.
For more information, call the church office at 407-291-2886.


Dr. Win Service Unit attends annual Girl Scout Team Conference
The Girl Scouts of Citrus Council Dr. Win Service Unit Team recently attended the annual Service Team
Conference in Casselberry. Nine leaders from the Dr. Phillips and Windermere area received training on
topics ranging from outdoor adventures to being teen-savvy volunteers. During the event, the leaders had
their photo taken with Margaret Skene, CEO of Girl Scouts of Citrus Council. Pictured (1-r) are (front) Bren-
da Johnson, service unit manager; Skene; Joanne Katheder, older girls consultant; Janet Gaffin, public re-
lations coordinator; and (back) Leane Roach, community service coordinator; Sandy Kupetz, treasurer and
newsletter coordinator; Kelly Tracey, product sales coordinator; Jeanne Zwicker, registrar; Jean Collins, event
coordinator; and Robin Turiczek, Daisy consultant.


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


Sand Lake Hospital
needs volunteers
Orlando Regional Sand Lake Hos-
pital is looking for volunteers to per-
form various duties throughout the
hospital. These duties include work-
ing with the patient art activity cart, in
the mail room and as patient advocates.
For more information, call 407-351-
8530 or go to www.orhs.org, click on
getting involved and complete the vol-
unteer application for Sand Lake Hos-
pital.


Olympia High to host
Celebrate the Arts
concert on Nov. 1
Olympia High School will host a
free concert on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at
7 p.m. as part of Orange County's Cel-
ebrate the Arts program. Orange Coun-
ty Mayor Rich Crotty is sponsoring
this series of events a various locations
in the county to coordinate with Na-
tional Family Week.
Several choral and student groups
from local schools will participate in the
program at OHS. Participants include
choirs from West Orange High School
under the direction of Jeff Redding;
the concert choir from OHS, directed
by Daniel Jackson; the drama depart-
ment from Dr. Phillips High School,
directed by Karen Ruggerio; the bell
choir from Chain of Lakes Middle
School, directed by Marian Wagster; a
percussion group from Rollins Col-
lege; and dancers from Central Flori-
da Ballet. In addition, the Orlando
Magic will hand out special coupons.


Shrine concert
series continues
Nov. 16
The Music Department at
Mary, Queen of the Universe
Shrine recently announced
details of its upcoming 2006-
07 Shrine Concert Series. All
programs are held in the
Shrine Church, 8300
Vineland Road, Orlando, be-
ginning at 7 p.m. There' is
ample free parking.
Derric Johnson's RE'-
GENERATION will appear
in concert on Thursday, Nov.
16. Directed by well-known
arranger Johnson, the group
has performed for five Unit-
ed States presidents and has
toured the country as "Amer-
ica's Premier A Cappella
Stylists." Johnson founded
Epcot's Voices of Liberty
and is well known to Central
Florida audiences from his
appearances as conductor of
.the Candlelight Processional
and Massed Choir Program
at Walt Disney World.
The Shrine is near the Lake
Buena Vista Interstate 4 exit
68. Tickets are available at
the Shrine gift shop or at the
door on concert nights. For
information on ticket pricing
or other questions, call the
Shrine Music Department at
407-239-6600, Ext. 38 or e-
mail to shrinemusic@net-
pass.com.


Dr. Phillips High Class
of '87 planning reunion
If you are a graduate of Dr. Phillips
High School or a former faculty or
staff member from the Class of '87
and would like reunion information,
call Deloris Patterson at 407-355-3239
or Kathy Leadbeater at 407-355-3201.
The class is planning a big celebra-
tion for its 10-year anniversary in
2007.


Southwest Library
hosts events for kids
Storybook Fun for Your Little
One is offered weekly at 12 Orange
County Library System locations,
including the Southwest Library
Thursday at 11:45 a.m.
These free programs are recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 and
younger, lasting about 20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories,
rhymes, songs and poetry.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is presented Thursdays at
10:15 a.m. This program is espe-
cially for infants from birth to 18
months and lasts approximately 15
minutes.
Groups, families and childcare
providers are welcome to partici-
pate.
Toddler Time is offered Thurs-
days at 10:45 and 11:15 a.m. This.
program is especially for children
from 18-36 months old and lasts ap-
proximately 20 minutes.
The use of picture books, finger
plays, songs, poetry, Mother Goose
rhymes and flannel board stories
encourage the development of ver-
bal and listening skills for physi-
cally active children.

Holy Family plans
to form depression
support group
Holy Family Catholic Church is of-
fering a depression support group. If
you are in the midst of depression,
live with someone who is depressed or,
if you have experienced depression
and wish to help others, consider join-
ing this group.
A definite date and time for the
meetings have not been set and will
depend on the responses received.
The group will meet at the church,
5125 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando.
For more information and to join,
call 407-876-5320.


Vista Toastmasters
hosts weekly
meetings at library
Do you have a fear of speaking in
front of an audience? Adults can eas-
ily learn 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 infor-
mation, log onto to www.vistatoast-
masters.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.


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

Annual pumpkin sale
St. Luke's United Methodist Church
is sponsoring its annual pumpkin sale
through Oct. 31 on the church grounds
4851 S. Apopka-Vmeland Road, Or-
lando. Sale hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Monday through Friday and Sunday
and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays.
For more information, call the
church office at 407-876-4991.


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Rotary honors Member of the Month
Dr. Phillips Rotary Club President Dave Lehman presents Rotarian Bill
Spoone, the former principal of Dr. Phillips High School and DPHS sta-
dium honoree, with the club's Rotarian of the Month Award. Spoone is
a resident of Windermere Downs.


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Eco Saturdays
continues at nature
reserve on Oct. 21
The Orange County Parks and
Recreation Division is sponsoring its
2006 Eco Saturdays programs at the
Tibet-Butler Preserve. All programs
begin at 10 a.m. and are free to the
public.
A hike with Florida Native Plant
Society members is set for Oct. 21.
Area residents are invited to join this
walk that is recommended for all ages.
'Chief Rowley will present a pro-
gram called Venomous Snakes on Oct.
28 that will focus on the ecological
importance of snakes in the environ-
ment. This program is for all ages, and
participants will learn why to respect
snakes, how to tell the difference be-
tween venomous and non-venomous
snakes and how to be safe while hik-
ing in the woods. Preserve guests
should be prepared to see live snakes.
Reservations are requested because
programs fill up quickly. To reserve a
place, call 407-876-6696.
The preserve is located at 8777
County Road 535 in Orlando.

Fresh Market to host
CFWL wine-tasting
fund-raiser Nov. 8
The Central Florida Women's
League is holding its annual wine tast-
ing on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at Fresh
Market at 5500 Dr. Phillips Blvd. The
party is set from 7-9 p.m., and tickets
are $25 per person in advance and $30
at the door, space permitting.
Along with an extensive selection of
wines available, there will be appe-
tizers, such as prime rib, shrimp cock-
tail, distinctive cheeses and hours
d'oeuvres.
Proceeds from the event will go to
local charitable facilities.
For tickets in advance, call Joanne
Quarles-Sikes at 407-758-4479.


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Social


Whitten-Stocks engagement
Catherine and Thomas Whitten of nell of Lakeland and Frank Stocks of
Lakeland announce the engagement St. Louis.
of their daughter, Angelica Whitten, to The wedding is planned for April
Jeffrey Stocks, son of Patricia Con- 20 in Winter Garden.


CHRISTINE DAUGHTRY


80th birthday surprise
Christine Daughtry celebrated her
80th birthday recently with a surprise
party given by sons Jerry and Donald
and her daughters-in-law at the club-
house at Winter Garden Townhomes,
where she lives.
She was totally surprised when she
walked in to find her sister, Doris, and
a friend from Atlanta. Her friend Mary
Stephens kept her away for the day un-
til time for the party.
Other guests included nieces and
nephews from out of town that she had-
:n't seen in years. Local friends brought
the number of guests to almost 70.

Robinswood
Garden Club meets
The Robinswood Garden Club, under
the direction of Dee Stack, president,
met this month and heard guest speaker
Dennis Jones, Winter Garden water con-
servationist, suggest ways to save wa-
ter. Members learned that water saver
kits and shower head exchanges are
available, as well as workshops on rain
barrels and other conservation ideas.
Orma Mitchell, a Health Central vol-
unteer, collected magazines for the hos-
pital. Connie Fowler, club project chair-
man, collected the donations for Troop
Shoeboxes and items for VFW senior
citizens.
Hostesses for the meeting were Mary
Dusek and Wilma Lentz. Cookie Coyk-
endall brought a ginger plant for the hor-
ticulture report and gave it as a door prize.
The Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs will host the State Flower Show at
the Orange County Civic Center March
9-11.
The Nov. 7 Craft Night for the club
will be presented by Mitchell.


West Orange Civitan installs new officers
The West Orange Civitan Club recently held its annual Installation Banquet at Logan's Steakhouse. Lynn
Mauer, Florida District president for 2006-07, installed Cindy Baker, president; Kay Buckner, president-
elect; Darlene Rhodus, secretary; and Kristi Faircloth, treasurer (from left). Their term began Oct. 1.For in-
formation on joining a very active service club in West Orange County, contact Cindy at choccn@aol.com.


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Dixieland jazz Friday in
downtown district
Traditional Southern jazz returns to
downtown Winter Garden this Friday,
Oct. 20, with a performance by the
Good Times Jazz Band. The event will
take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. next to
the fountain and is sponsored by Down-
town Brown's and the Winter Garden
Pizza Co., with support from Hillcrest
Insurance and Sines, Girvin, Blakeslee
and Campbell. People are encouraged
to bring a chair and enjoy themselves.

Olympia High to host
Celebrate the Arts
concert on Nov. 1
Olympia High School will host a free
concert on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 7
p.m. as part of Orange County's Cele-
brate the Arts program. Orange Coun-
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Sports


Panthers pull away in District 5 race;

Olympia suffers tough loss at Apopka


By Michael Laval

Dr. Phillips is in the driver's seat
in the race for the District 5 title af-
ter last Friday's 34-12 victory over
Cypress Creek. The Panthers over-
came some first-half mistakes on the
road to turn a tight game into a com-
fortable win.
Clinging to a 7-0 lead, the defense
came through on a pivotal play in
the third quarter when it stopped Cy-
press Creek on fourth down deep in
Panther territory. DP's offensive
player of the game, Thomas Shuler,
took the ball and broke off a 58-yard
touchdown run that got the Panthers
rolling.
Shuler finished with a career-high
135 yards rushing plus 2 TDs on
only 12 carries. His second score of
the night, which capped a 9-play,
67-yard drive, was among three DP
touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
Brandon Ards extended the Pan-
ther lead to 27-6 with a 49-yard
touchdown run. Minutes later, Jor-
dan Pratt sacked the Cypress Creek
quarterback on fourth down to give
DP possession at the home team's
18-yard line. Gabe Simmons took it
in from 6 yards out for the game's fi-
nal touchdown.
The Dr. Phillips rushing game
amassed 344 yards with Shuler and
fellow tailback Embry Peeples (102
yards) accounting for 237.
The Panthers moved the ball at
will in the first half but fell victim to
turnovers and untimely penalties.
Their first three drives resulted in a
turnover on downs, a fumble deep


in enemy territory and a holding
penalty that negated a 70-yard
touchdown run by Peeples.
Shane Harrold put DP on the
scoreboard in the second quarter
with a 9-yard touchdown to com-
plete a 9-play, 70-yard drive.
Clay Lee helped anchor.the Pan-
ther defense with 9 tackles and a
sack, while Bradley Moore record-
ed 2 sacks to increase his single-sea-
son school-record total to 15. The
defense tied a school record with 8
sacks vs. Cypress Creek while hold-
ing the Bears to a school-record neg-
ative-5 yards rushing.
Dr. Phillips improved to 5-2 over-
all and 3-0 in District 5 play. With
a victory in this Friday night's
Homecoming game vs. Freedom, the
Panthers will clinch their first play-
off berth since 2002 and set up a dis-
trict championship showdown at
home vs. Boone on Oct. 27.

Olympia
The Titans are searching for an-
swers, as well as their first District
4 victory, after a 42-7 loss at Apop-
ka last Friday.
Olympia tailback E.J. Carter
rushed for 44 yards on 11 carries
and accounted for the Titans' lone
touchdown. Aron Hotalen added an
extra point.
Apopka, which is in the running
for the district title, gave Olympia's
offense problems all night. Titan
quarterback Rodney Dorsett finished
with 93 yards and 1 interception on
6-for-20 passing. Nick Beecher
added one completion for 22 yards.


Dorsett also led Olympia's rushing
attack with 50 yards on 14 carries.
The Titan defense put forth a good
effort despite allowing 261 rushing
yards and 152 yards through the air.
Cornelius Sterling led the way with
9 tackles, while Sean Westphal and
Michael Mathis (4 pass break-ups)
had 6 tackles apiece. Austin Dier
collected 4 tackles and 1 sack.
The loss dropped the Titans to 2-
6 overall and 0-3 in district compe-
tition. Olympia has the opportunity
to save its season when it battles ri-
val West Orange for the Fence tro-
phy this Friday night at WOHS.

Ocoee, West Orange
return to action
Both the Knights and Warriors re-
turn to district play after enjoying
scheduled byes last week. Ocoee
High (6-1, 2-1) celebrates Senior
Night this Friday as the Knights host
Evans in their final home game of
the season.
West Orange (3-4, 1-2) hopes to
defend the Fence trophy this Friday
when the Warriors host the annual ri-
valry showdown.
Friday's game will also serve as
Alumni Night for West Orange, in
which WOHS and the Winter Gar-
den Heritage Foundation will honor
the school's 30 years of football.
Warrior football alumni will be in-
vited onto the field for the "run out"
of the team, will be recognized as
honorary team captains for the
evening and will participate in the
pre-game coin toss.


Olympia girls golf wins

district title by 45 shots


The Olympia High varsity
girls golf team defeated nine
other schools to win the district
championship by an impres-
sive 45 shots last week. Jessy
Tang took match medalist
honors by shooting 1-under-
par 71.
Haley Cole (82) finished
fourth overall, while Rebekah
Sheppard (86) took sixth
place. Caitlin Mohney (88)
was eighth and Karen Wise
(91) placed ninth. These Lady


Titans, along with Lauren
Dees and Hannah Griffin,
were set to play in the regional
championships earlier this
week in Windermere.
The Olympia varsity girls
bowling team recorded a win
over Boone last week to im-
prove to 7-4 on the season. Se-
nior Night, the team's final
home game, is set for this
Thursday, Oct. 19, at Sky-
Bowl vs. University at 3:30
p.m.


DPHS announces
return of Athletic Club
The new Dr. Phillips High Athlet-
ic Club will hold its first organiza-
tional meeting Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 7
p.m. in the DPHS south cafeteria.
The goal of the club is to enhance Dr.
Phillips High's athletic programs' vi-
sual identity by supporting them behind
the scenes.
"We want to add to the entire ath-
letic experience by supporting the ath-
letes themselves, whether it's by paint-
ing a clubhouse or sprucing up a play-
ing field," said Bob Farrier, DP Ath-
letic Club president.
Time contributed through the club
can be counted toward community
service hours for Bright Futures or the
Orange County court system.
For more information, contact Far-
rier at ROFOSU@aol.com.


The Dr. Phillips varsity girls golf
team captured second place at the dis-
trict tournament last week. Honesty
Biggers finished second overall indi-
vidually with a round of 80. Jessie
Chung placed third with 82, and
Stephanie Rose shot 86 to finish fifth.
The Panthers varsity boys golf
team fell one stroke shy of qualifying
for the next round as it finished fourth
in the district tournament last week.
Keith Martin (75) and Brandon
Ramirez (80) will advance to region-
al play to compete as individuals.
The DP varsity girls volleyball
team closed out its regular season by
defeating its chief rival and setting a
school record in the process. The Lady
Panthers beat Olympia 25-21, 30-28,
25-18 to record their 16th sweep of
the season.
Marily Greyling stood out on de-
fense with 30 digs, along with 5 aces
and 2 kills. Jessica Nassai (16 kills, 3
blocks, 3 aces) and Ashleigh Lipford
(10 kills, 2 blocks) led the offense,
while Kalei Ellsmore excelled on
serves and defense. DP was set to open
district tournament play on Tuesday.
Earlier last week, the girls volleyball
team pulled off a thrilling five-game
victory over Edgewater. The Lady
Panthers dropped the match's first two
games but rallied for a 22-25, 18-25,
25-23, 25-22, 15-6 win. Megan
Hodges nailed the game-winning
spike to finish with 6 kills and 2
blocks. Katrina Keirsted had 11 digs
and a team-high 35 assists.
The Dr. Phillips junior varsity girls
volleyball team played hard but fell
short at rival Olympia, losing 25-13,
26-24. Victoria Brito came off the
bench with 3 aces and 4 kills. Erin
Ferguson added 12 assists and 5 digs.
The J.V. Lady Panthers finished with
a 13-5 record.
The DP varsity boys bowling team
upset fourth-ranked West Orange
2397-2328 last week. Joey Rubino led
all bowlers with a 243 high game and
a 611 series. The victory marked the
Panthers' third straight win and im-
proved their record to 7-3.
Meaghan Reardon rolled a 437 se-
ries for the Dr. Phillips varsity girls
bowling team in a 1958-1728 loss to
West Orange last week.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys and
girls cross-country teams competed
recently at the Webber College Invi-
tational in Lake Wales. The Lady Pan-
thers set six personal-best times and fin-
ished 7th overall among 17 teams.
Martha Taboas (13th), Emily Morris
(22nd), Sarah Sikes, Katie Cagle,
Rachel Boggs, Katie Stratton and
Amanda Diaz were DP's top finishers.
The boys cross-country team took
10th place overall, led by Ryan Dey.
John Wilson, Aleks Markovic and
Brett Smith each set personal bests.
The DP varsity boys and girls
swim and dive teams competed re-
cently at the FSPA Invitational. The
boys medley relay team of Julien
Auge, Colin Wells, Jake Gissy and
Rubens Cardoso, along with the 200
freestyle relay team of Auge, Gissy,
Cardoso and Alex Im, both captured
first place.
Auge also won the 200 freestyle and


finished runner-up in the 100 fly. Gis-
sy took third in the 100 backstroke,
Austin Ward placed fifth in the 100
backstroke, Wells finished eighth in the
fly, and Im took eighth in the 50 and
100 freestyle.
The Lady Panthers finished runner-
up in both the medley relay (Alex
Greenhill, Ashley Alliano, Cristina


Sanchez and Nicole Gaynor) and 200
freestyle relay (Gaynor, Sanchez,
Greenhill and Meredith Smith).
Sanchez (200 freestyle), Smith (100
freestyle) and Gaynor (100 back-
stroke) each finished in the top eight
of their events. Katherine Adham won
the diving competition with 501.75
points.


The Dr. Phillips High varsity girls golf team (above) captured second
place at last week's district tournament.


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Stewart as the only players in the
tournament's 35-year history with
five top-five's. His high finishes
have been over a period of more than
a decade, beginning with a third
place in 1990. Since then, he has also
notched two second places (1998 and
2001) and two ties for fifth (1991
and 2003).
Love's scoring average of 68.74
is seventh best in tournament histo-
ry among players with at least 12
rounds. He has played 53 rounds at
Disney, and only one player with 30
or more rounds has a better scoring
average: Woods, at 67.79 with 34
rounds.
Love's winnings in the Classic,
$966,375, rank third behind Woods
($1,542,167) and Vijay Singh
($1,363,729).
Of the top 10 in Classic winnings,
Love and No. 9 Tom Pernice Jr. are
the only golfers who have amassed
their earnings without a win. Per-
nice, who was runner-up to Lucas
Glover in the 2005 Classic, is also
committed to play this year.


The PGA's family-friendly tour stop, the FUNAI Classic, returns to Walt
Disney World this Thursday, Oct. 19, through Sunday, Oct. 22. Lucas
Glover will defend the title he won with a stunning bunker shot on the
18th hole in last year's tournament.


Also committed: Tim Clark,
whose 67.69 is No. 1 in Classic scor-
ing average among players with at
least 12 rounds of Disney action and
fifth among all 878 golfers who have
completed in individual-play Clas-
sics. In fact, the top six scorers all-
time in the Classic plan to play this
week: Ryan Palmer (66.63), Lucas
Glover (67.13), Ryan Moore (67.50),
Justin Rose (67.63), Clark (67.69)
and Greg Owen (67.75).
Tournament organizers have their
fingers crossed that No. 7 on the
overall Classic scoring-average list
will also play. That would be Woods,
whose 67.79 scoring average is also
second to Clark among players who
have participated in at least 12 Clas-
sic rounds.
For Woods, the tournament could
be a route to winning the prestigious
Vardon Trophy, awarded to the play-
er with the best scoring average on
Tour each year. While his 68.30 av-
erage this year leads the Tour, the
reward requires a minimum of 60


rounds in PGA. Tour-sponsored
events. Woods currently has played
55 rounds.
For Pernice, Clark and many oth-
er players, the Classic could be a
stepping stone toward the season-
ending Tour Championship for the
top-30 money winners. Pernice is
currently 28th and Clark 30th. With
a check for $828,000 awaiting the
FUNAI Classic winner, a jump from
70th into the top 30 isn't outside the
realm of possibilities.
Fans can purchase a weekly badge
for $50 that includes entry to practice
rounds Oct. 16-18 along with the
tournament action Oct. 19-22. These
tickets are available exclusively
through the Orlando Regional Cham-
ber of Commerce. This is a savings
of $100 when the daily are purchased
separately. Daily tickets for practice
rounds are $10 and $30 for tourna-
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call the ORCC at 407-835-2525. Ad-
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Calvary Cougars
defeat Westgate
The Calvary Cougars foot-
ball team crushed Westgate
42-6 last week. Tailback Zach
Bishop led Calvary with 125
yards rushing and 2 touch-
downs, plus a punt return for
a TD.
Jeff Becker (42 yards) and
Tim Anglea (9 yards) each
added a touchdown run.
Kahzie Davis rushed for 57
yards, while Cole Bishop fin-
ished with 14 yards. Becker
also threw for a touchdown
and 93 yards on 7-for-14
passing.


TFA football makes impact off field
The First Academy football team gathered recently at House of Hope,
a non-profit residential program for troubled teens. More than 40 mem-
bers of the football team went to work on dozens of pallets of turf and
laid 25,000 square feet of new sod at the south Orlando facility.


Falcons minor league football

team moves to West Orange


The Orange County Falcons, 2005
champions of the Southeast Football
League (SEFL), have recently relo-
cated from Orlando to the West Or-
ange County area. The team has be-
gun weekly practices in Ocoee and
will play its home games at West Or-
ange High School's Ray Screws
Field.
The SEFL is a minor league de-
velopment football organization for
players of 18 years or older. The
league features 13 teams from
throughout the state with a 12-game
regular season, plus playoffs and an
.all-star/championship weekend in
,Daytona Beach.
The Falcons kick-off their regular
season Feb. 3 in Ft. Lauderdale vs.
,the Broward Raiders. The team will
also travel to road games in Belle
Glades, Leesburg, Clearwater, Ocala
and Miami. The Falcons will host
home games at WOHS vs. the Ocala
Peppers (Feb. 17), Florida Hurricanes
(March 3), Miami Knights (March
110), Florida Kings (March 24), Cen-
:tral Florida Thoroughbreds (April 7)

WOHS Quarterback
Club holds sign
fund-raiser
The West Orange High Quarterback
Club is selling advertising space on signs
at Raymond Screws Field. The fund-
raiser helps provide the Warrior foot-
ball program with pads, helmets, uni-
forms and video equipment used for
scholarship information and game anal-
ysis.
A sponsorship sign at the WOHS field
w ill be seen by thousands of people dur-
ing the football season. Each sign will
Remain posted for the entire school year
Sand will be seen by fans at football,
lacrosse and flag football games and
track meets.
The aluminum signs are approxi-
mately three-by-eight feet in size. and
Feature the advertiser's logo and colors.
A sign can be purchased for one
School year for $300 plus a $75 set up
Charge. The Quarterback Club is also
Suffering discounted prices for advertis-
Sers that wish to renew their signs. Sec-
ond-and third-year renewals are avail-
able for $225 and $150, respectively.
By prepaying for the entire three-year
program, the Quarterback Club will cut
the price by 10 percent ($75) to total
,;$675.
" To support the fund-raiser and have
Sa sign made, make a check payable to
WOHS Quarterback Club and mail to
:Lynn Harvey, 11373 Shandon Park
,Way, Windermere, Fl 34786.
SFor more information, contact Har-
i vey at 407-258-8741, Quarterback Club
:President Steve Hartman at 407-456-
1355 or WOHS Head Football Coach
Tim Smith at 407-905-2468.


and Lake County Patriots (April 21).
Practices began last week at the
Jim Beech Recreation Center, locat-
ed at 1820 A.D. Mims Road in
Ocoee, and will continue every Sat-
urday and Sunday from 1-4 p.m. All
regular-season games take place on
Saturday.
Falcons Head Coach Anthony
Smith said his team is looking for
players who are at least 18 years old
and possess a high school diploma
or equivalent degree. Players must
maintain a job or be enrolled in a
post-secondary school. The cost to
participate is $200 per player.
The Falcons, Smith added, are also
looking for people interested in
coaching.
The team will host a charity game
vs. a SEFL opponent Nov. 25 at 3
p.m. at Bulldogs Field,in Ocoee to
benefit the city's Toys for Tots pro-
gram. An unwrapped toy or $7 will
serve as admission.
For more information or details on
joining the Falcons, log onto the team
Web site, www.ocfalcons.conm.

USTA Junior Team
Tennis news
The Greater Orlando Tennis Asso-
ciation will offer USTA Junior Team
Tennis this fall for elementary, mid-
dle and high school students at the
Lake Cane Tennis Center and San-
lando Tennis Center.
Players must be able to serve and
keep score on their own. Elementary
and middle school matches will be
played on Sundays at 3 p.m. High
school matches will be scheduled for
Wednesday at 3 p.m.
The registration fee for elementary
and middle school students is $35 and
USTA membership is required.
, For more information, call USTA
Area League Coordinator Christine
Ducey at 407-963-7777.


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WOHS Booster Club
selling passes for
2006-07 school year
The West Orange High Athletic
Booster Club is currently selling its
booster passes on a first-come basis.
The passes grant admission to all
home events for West Orange's more
than 30 athletic teams.
The cost for a standard Warrior
booster pass is $150. Pass holders also
receive two tickets to home games,
plus two reserved seats and one re-
served parking space for home varsi-
ty football games.
Golden booster passes, on sale for
$300, grant the holder four game pass-
es, four reserved seats and two re-
served parking spaces for home var-
sity football games.
To become a member of the WOHS
Athletic Boosters, submit your name,
phone number and address, along with
a check made payable to WOHS, and
mail to Phyllis Boston, Warrior Boost-
er Club, West Orange High, 1625 S.
Beulah Road, Winter Garden, Fl
34787.

Ocoee High Athletic
Booster Club
sponsorship news
The Ocoee High Athletic Booster
Club is offering three levels of spon-
sorship packages for individuals or
businesses. Membership in any level
includes laminated season passes for
all Ocoee High regular season home
athletic events, reserved parking for
varsity football games and access to
the school's reserved tailgate area.
The Corporate package, available
for $250, also includes two gold polo
shirts and four laminated reserved
seat passes. The Black and Gold pack-
age ($150) features two gold polo
shirts and two laminated reserved seat
passes. The Gold package includes
one gold polo shirt and one laminat-
ed reserved seat pass for $100.
Student passes are also on sale for
$25 and are good for all Ocoee High
regular season home athletic events.
To purchase a package or for more
information, contact OHS Athletic
Director Bill Chambers at 407-905-
3006.


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Lightning win AAA title
The Orlando Lightning 12U competitive basketball team recently won the championship for the top AAA di-
vision of the Florida Basketball and Volleyball Association summer league. The Lightning went undefeat-
ed in its age group through the summer, and is now competing in its fall season. TheLightning is comprised
of 7th graders from Windermere, Ocoee, MetroWest and Clermont. Showing off their trophies are team
members (l-r): front row, Rohan Madhyani, Joey Gruden, Brandon Burnette, Anthony Malys; back row,
Terrence Linton, Gabriel Setien, Coach David Burnette and Gary Fuller.


CFWL sets annual
golf event at Grand
Cypress Resort
The Central Florida Women's
League will sponsor its annual golf
tournament fund-raiser at the Grand
Cypress Resort on Friday, Nov. 17.
The event has raised thousands of dol-
lars to fund scholarships to local grad-
uating seniors, for community service
projects and emergency funds for needy
local residents. Proceeds from this
year's tournament will go toward schol-
arships for local graduating high school
seniors.
The tournament will begin with a
shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. and will in-
clude a $10,000 putting competition,
along with hole-in-one prizes, special-
ty drink stations, a continental break-
fast of "bagels and Bailey's," a box
lunch, beer, water, soda and snacks.
Sponsorship opportunities are avail-
able and range in price from $150 to
$5,000. Players can register on the
club's Web site at www.cfwl.org.

Golf Assoc.
meets in Ocoee
The Ocoee Golf Association meets
the second Thursday of each month at
7:30 p.m. in the Ocoee Community Cen-
ter, near City Hall.
Tournaments are held the third Sun-
day of each month at 8 a.m. at local golf
courses. A membership initiation fee is
$10, and yearly dues are $30. For more
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6B The West Orange Times Thursday, October 19, 2006




Schools


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Mrs. Winnell's kindergarten class at Spring Lake Elementary enjoyed a wonderful performance by Mrs.
DeLucia, a paraprofessional, as the Little Red Hen. She has quite a list of characters in her repertoire, and
every year a couple of classes are treated to her famous storytelling. SLES is lucky to have her on its staff.
Pictured are the kindergartners actively participating in the story with DeLucia.


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The students and parents in Mrs. Scholz's 1st-grade class at Citrus Elementary celebrated Johnny Apple-
seed Day by visiting learning stations and completing activities about apples. Mrs. Young, a parent volun-
teer, is pictured with Caleb Gordon, Kelly Gopaul and AJ Garcia, who are busy weighing and measuring
the circumference of apples.


Fall Family Night
Citrus Elementary is having a Fall
Family Night on Oct. 26 from 5-8. Each
grade level will have tables set up where
teachers will be showing parents how to
play some Everyday Math games. Par-


ents will also receive free directions and
all the materials needed to play these
games at home with their children.
Raffles for other math giveaways will
be held throughout the evening. Ev-
eryone is encouraged to come and join


the fun. The Book Fair will be open in the
media center, also.
The PTA general meeting will be held
in the cafeteria from 5:30 to 6 p.m. with
pizza sales and family math games from
6-7:30.


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Mrs. Betts' and Ms. Banker's kindergarten class at Hope Charter School had to hunt to'find the location of
the Gingerbread Man. The students visited school locations and were given clues as to his whereabouts
after having read the story.


Brick sponsorship
Hope Charter School and Lega-
cy High are currently taking orders
for engraved bricks with a message


of up to 35 characters. The bricks
will be placed around the school
bell.
Bricks are available for a $150 do-


nation, and all proceeds will go to
the school's capital campaign.
For more information, call the
school office at 407-656-4673.


Mrs. Dimond, Dillard Street Elementary math teacher, congratulates 1st-graders in Mrs. Laird's class for
earning Math Super Star Awards. Pictured are (l-r): (front) Dylan Clinger, Cassie O'Brien, Emily Rees,
Jaquinh Smith and Saquelyn Drummer; (middle) Carlin Neilson, Luis Falero and Drew Boldizsar; and (back)
Mrs. Dimond and Mrs. Laird.


Math Super Stars
Dillard Street Elementary students
in first through fifth grades participate
in the Math Super Star Program. This
incentive program is designed to
broaden students' mathematical think-
ing. They work independently to solve
multi-leveled problems to earn points.
Students earning the most points in
each class during the first nine weeks
of school were honored with certifi-
cates, ribbons and Math Super Star
pencils.

Partners in Education
The school would like to thank Ti-
juana Flats for being a great Partner in


Education and urge the community to
support this generous business.
Conferences
Report card conferences are being
held this week through Oct. 20. If you
have not signed up, contact your
child's teacher as soon as possible at
407-877-5000. Parent-teacher com-
munication is an essential key to stu-
dent success.

Hispanic Heritage
A Hispanic Heritage Celebration will
be held this Thursday, Oct. 19, from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Come see, hear and
taste the many Hispanic cultures that


make up the community.
There will be a cultural display in
the media center, Columbian dancers,
a Mariachi band and songs sung by
the second-grade classes.

PTA update
It is not too late to join the PTA. The
membership fee is only $5. Call the
school for a form if you have not re-
ceived one.

School Nurse Program
Any family who has not contributed
to the School Nurse Program is asked
to send in a donation as soon as pos-
sible.


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Calvary Christian School enjoyed Spirit Week in preparation for Homecoming. Pictured are the winners of
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Every week 1 child from each class at Oakland Avenue Charter School is selected as Student of the Week.
The students chosen demonstrate exceptional character education awareness. They are presented an
award and a ribbon to proudly wear all week.

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Third- and 4th-graders at Humphreys Junior High are studying the American colonial era. They made their
own butter and ate it on cornbread, a staple not only of the colonists but also of the Indians, who taught them
how to plant and cultivate it. The children found that history is really fun when it's edible. Pictured are (1-r):
Lydia Silbernagel, Antonia Vernace, Kirsten Rivera, Amanda Phillips, Max Flick, Jessica Derringer, Mrs. McAfee,
Ben Yoakum, Emma Shackelford and Hannah Derringer.


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Foundation Academy recently honored the September Students of the Month that exemplified responsibility.
The preschoolers selected were (l-r): (front row) Jayson Carter, Eliana Cantellops and Carlos Ojeda; and
(back row) Alexys Garafola, Steven Friend and Adelina Cruz.

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More than 500 members of the community were on hand as the First Academy hosted a dedication and open
house for its new Lower School expansion on Oct. 1. The event signaled the completion of the initial phrase
of a multi-year, $20-plus million campus completion project that kicked off in November 2005. The timing
of the project comes as the school prepares to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its opening in 1986 and
follows 2 consecutive years of record-breaking growth in enrollment.


SOcoee Elementary 5th-grader Emma Tum Suden works with a new technology device in her classroom.
An Ocoee parent donated the Intel Play Computer Microscope to the school to help enhance science learn-
ing. Emma is observing the classroom gecko's skin under the microscope. The device allows students to
use their imagination while viewing images under the scope. They also have the ability to make movies or
create an audiovisual show with special effects. The students are very excited at the new possibilities for
Making learning fun.


.Montverde Day
Festival is Nov. 4
The 27th annual Montverde Day Fes-
tival will be held Nov. 4, starting at 8
a.m. A professional Bluegrass band,
local country music artist Rob Nichols,
the Orlando Cloggers and the Astatu-
la Elementary School for the Arts
"Strummin' Cats" will be featured.
There will be an old-fashioned mid-
way with games for kids of all ages.
Pony and carriage rides, the dunk tank
and much more will provide fun for all.
For information on participating as a
vendor or a volunteer, call Troy Bennett,
committee chair, at 407-469-3340.




Teen Read Week
The Dr. Phillips High media center is
celebrating Teen Read Week. One of the
activities is to have guest speakers in the
Intensive Reading classes talking about
Show reading is a natural and integral
part of their work and why it is so im-
i portant to read.
Featured speakers are Lt. Laura
Houston, Orlando Police Department
spokesperson; Byron Brooks, chief ad-
ministrative officer for the city of Orlan-
Sdo; and Tiauna Jackson, child protec-
tive investigator for Seminole County.


LSCC offers
dance classes
Lake-Suniter Community College is
offering a basic and intermediate
course in ballroom and Latin Ameri-
can dancing starting Oct. 23 on the
Leesburg Campus and Oct. 24 on the
South Lake Campus in Clermont.
South Lake classes will run eight
consecutive Tuesdays through Dec.
12. Dance style for both levels will
include the waltz, rumba, meringue
and East Coast swing, while the basic
course features the nightclub foxy and
the intermediate group will tackle the
ballroom fox trot.
The fee for either the basic or in-
termediate course is $89. Registration
forms are available on the Web site
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Call 352-365-3556 for more infor-
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WOHS Thespians provide audiences with delightful 'escape'


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Mrs. Edward's 5th-grade students at Whispering Oak Elementary experiment with solar energy in the sci-
ence lab with Mrs. Westover, the science lab teacher.


SAC meeting
The Whispering Oak Elementary
School Advisory Council will meet
Monday, Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. in the me-
dia center. Parents, teachers and


members of the community are in-
vited and encouraged to attend.
The SAC is a diverse group of
parent, teachers and concerned
community members who meet


monthly to discuss educational im-
provement opportunities at the
school
For more information, call the
school at 407-656-7773.


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The Ocoee High Leadership Program was honored with an award for the Outstanding Academic Incentive
Program at the Southern Association of Student Councils Conference in Knoxville, Tenn. The winning pro-
ject is called One & Done Cards. The card is given to students who have successfully passed all parts of
the state standardized FCA T test on their 1st try. The students are invited.to special events during theirju-
nioryear.and earn free admission to all home athletic events. Pictured are: (back) Echiel Cincois, Andrew
Gorman, Brian Barnett, Ashley Simpson and Sheila Jackson; and (front) Javecia Colston, Bernie Cheatum,
Lindsey Brennan, Sarah Carr, Amanda Sirisoukh and Wendy Cartwright.


Members of the Ocoee High Student Government recently attended the Southern Association of Student
Councils Conference in Knoxville, Tenn. Pictured with members of the Long Beach High SGA from Mississippi
are Ocoee students Robert Eisinger, Lindsay Gray, Selene Jacobo, Caitlin Jacobs, Briana Jones, Sam
Mooty, Kelly Morton, Kyle Santo and Melanie Shepherd. Donations from the OHS Hurricane Katrina fund-
raiser last year were used to send the Long Beach students to the conference.


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The K-5 class of Victory Christian Academy in Ocoee enjoyed a visit from Sgt. Steve McCosker of the
Ocoee Police Department during a study of community helpers. The students especially enjoyed watching
the youth pastor, Mr. Van Ness, being handcuffed.


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English classes at
Resurrection church
Classes are offered for people need-
ing assistance in English as a second
language. Classes meet on Thursdays
from 7-8:30 p.m. at Resurrection
Catholic Church on State Road 535
in Winter Garden. For details, call
407-656-3113.


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By Vina Mogg

"I have a place where dreams are
born and time is never planned. It's
not on any chart you must find it in
you heart Never Never Land."

Theatergoers were invited to escape
to Never Land recently as the West Or-
ange High drama students presented
Peter Pan to the community. Included
in the nine performances were three
full audiences of local school children
from Windermere, Thornebrooke,
Lake Whitney, Tildenville and Whis-
pering Oak elementary schools and
Lakeview Middle.
The students were swept away by
the magic as they watched pirates
swashbuckle, Indians dance and Peter
Pan, Wendy, John and Michael fly.
"The students were in awe of ev-
erything the music, the costumes
the dancing," said Mrs. Ott, third-grade
teacher at Windermere Elementary.
"This gave many students an opportu-
nity to experience something they have
never experienced before."
This experience brought to life for the
students many theatrical elements that
are found in Broadway productions.
For the "flying" scenes, ZFX Flyers (a
company from Los Angeles) was
brought in to train the tech crew. This
same company flew Cathy Rigby dur-
ing her Peter Pan tour. The fiber op-
tic curtain that created the starlight ef-
fect was from a professional production
house that rents to Broadway theaters.
Even Peter Pan, played by Taylor
Aldrich, was of national theater cal-
iber as the sophomore is one of the
youngest cast as Lucille in the National
Thespian cast of Thoroughly Modern
Millie to be performed in Chicago and
in the International Thespian Festival
in Lincoln, Neb., next summer.
The multi-talented actress charmed
young Daniel of Tildenville Elementary
with her performance.
Daniel said: "I liked when Peter Pan
showed how the fairies died. She died
very well."
The young audiences especially
liked Dining with the Stars. After the
school performances, students were
invited to meet the cast up close and per-
sonal as they ate lunch in the school
commons.
Ott said, "One of my third-graders
was thrilled that Tiger Lily smiled at
her."
During this time, students could take
photos with Wendy (Whitney Abell)
or Captain Hook (Rob Mobley) or
learn dance moves from one of the In-
dian girls who performed the musical
number "Ug-a-Wug."
This number was performed by Pe-
ter Pan, Wendy, John and Michael, the
Indian dancers and the Lost Boys. It
was a lively, whooping and hollering,
drumstick-beating musical piece that
brought cheers from the audience and


WOHS choirs to host
dinner and concert
"The Gift of Music," a dinner and
choral event to benefit the West Or-
ange High School choirs, will be held
Sunday, Oct. 29, from 6-9 p.m. at
Tanner Hall in Winter Garden.
The evening, with dinner sponsored
by Carrabba's Italian Grill in Cler-
mont, will give a taste of selections
from all four choirs, the Women's
Glee, Men's Chorus, Concert Choir
and Bel Canto.
The choirs will showcase their tal-
ents to the community and is being
supported by Publix, Penguin's
Dessert Bar, Seelman Real Estate,
Starbucks Coffee and Winter Garden
Pizza.
Local mayors, including Mayor
Jack Quesinberry of Winter Garden
and Gary Bruhn of Windermere, will
be in attendance.
Seats and tables are still available at
the event for $25 per seat and $200
per table.
For more information, contact Vina
Mogg at vbmogg@aol.com.
The event closes out the Winter
Garden Music Festival the weekend of
Oct. 27-28. The choirs will also per-
form during the festival.




SAC meeting
Parents and community members
are invited to attend the School Advi-
sory Council meeting for West Orange
High School at 5 p.m. in the media
center on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

LMS Guardian Angels
need supplies, clothes
The Guardian Angel Program at
Lakeview Middle School is in need
of basic school supplies and some
clothing to help needy students. For
more information, call 407-877-5010.


Florida Prepaid College

Plan opens enrollment


The Florida Prepaid College
Board announced recently the
start of the 2006-07 open en-
rollment period. Florida fami-
lies can now lock in this year's
plan cost of college tuition, lo-
cal fees and dormitory housing
by enrolling their children by
Jan. 31.
The Florida plan is the largest
of its kind in the country, with
more than 1.1 million contracts
sold and close to 800,000 eligi-
ble children enrolled. The Pre-
paid College Plan is financial-
ly guaranteed by the state of
Florida, so it is a safe way to
save.
This year, tuition plan prices


start at less than $25 a rionth
for the two-year community
college plan and less than $82 a
month for the four-year univer-
sity plan. The first payment is
not due until April. Once en-
rolled, the plan payments are
fixed and will never increase.
If a student decides to attend
a private college, an out-of-state
college or a vocational/techni-
cal school, the value of the plan
can be transferred to any eligi-
ble institution. To qualify, the
child or the child's
parent/guardian must be a Flori-
da resident.
For more information, call
800-552-4723.


Captain Hook welcomes local elementary students to the WOHS pro-
duction of 'Peter Pan.'


Lost Boy Michael Mogg gets a kiss from Indian dancers Grace Lewis
and Abby Griffith in 'Peter Pan,'.the WOHS Theater Department's re-
cent production.


was a winner at last spring's district
and statewide Thespian festivals.
Tara Whitman, an alumnus of West
Orange High drama and an assistant
dance teacher at Ocoee High, chore-


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ographed the musical numbers.
The West Orange community -
particularly the young theatergoers -
was very happy to experience the mag-
ic of theater this close to home.


Alex O'Brien, a 5th-grader at Family Christian School, is geared up
and ready to compete in the biking section of the 3rd annual FCS
Triathlon.


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A going-away party was recently held for Olympia High Principal Robert Avossa at the home of Windermere
resident Margaret Beaudrault. Avossa has accepted a position in South Carolina. Pictured are (l-r): Ellie
Gomatos, Leslie Skillman, Stina D'Uva, Avossa, Kay Moyer, Gretchen Pritchett and Carol Willard.


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Student contests
:The West Orange VFW Post 4305
and the Elks Lodge are sponsoring
three contests for high school stu-
dents.
:The VFW and Ladies Auxiliary
are hosting Voice of Democracy.
Students write scripts on the patri-
otic theme "Freedom's Challenge"
and record their essays on tape.
Deadline to enter is Nov. 1. For in-
formation, call 407-656-3078.
The auxiliary is also holding the
Patriot's Pen contest. Middle school
students can write a 300- to 400-
word essay on the theme "Citizen-
ship in America." Entry deadline is
Nov. 1. Call 407-656-5586 for de-
tails.
'The Elks National Foundation's
2007 Most Valuable Student schol-
arship contest is open to high school
seniors. The contest deadline is Jan.
12. Applicants are judged on schol-
arship, leadership and financial need.
Applications are available online at
www.elks.org.


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A spirited start: Bright green T-shirts are showing up all over Sand Lake
Elementary, since the students have caught the spirit of being a Sand
Lake Stingray. Modeling their shirts are, I-r, Cade Siebecker, Sarah
Winslow, Curtis Mitchell and Kate Winslow.


The Ocoee Fire Department paid a visit to Windermere Elementary re-
cently to demonstrate to the kindergarten students the steps taken
when called into action for search and rescue during a fire. The children
were allowed an up-close view of the equipment on the truck. One fire-
fighter geared up in a fire resistant suit to show them how he stays safe
during the process. The suit contained a respirator that allows the fire-
fighter 40 minutes of air. The school thanks OFD.


Chain of Lakes Middle School rec-
ognized 50 students recently for
being good citizens. Pictured is
Kathy Fabrizio, 6th-grade guidance
counselor, presenting a certificate
to Jessica Clark, a member of the
6th-grade Manatees Team.

Outstanding Osprey
Chain of Lakes Middle School held
its first Outstanding Osprey ceremo-
ny of this school year. Fifty students
were recognized for being good citi-
zens, and their parents were invited
to attend the special ceremony.
Breakfast was served to all who at-
tended, and the students received sev-
eral gifts, as well as a certificate.
A big thank-you goes to PTSA
member Sue Burkett for arranging the
wonderful continental breakfast and
to Panera Bread, Albertson's and Pub-
lix for donating the food.
The school is very proud of its Out-
standing Ospreys and very grateful to
the PTSA and the Partners in Educa-
tion for their support of this event.


ASSEMBLY OF GOD

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

BAPTIST

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

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

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631 S. Dillard St.
Winter Garden, FL.
Pastor T.J. Klapperich
(407) 656-3001
Awana/Patch (Summer program)
Calvary Christian School
K-3-12th

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
Tjvo 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
DOaf 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,
&8Wed. 6:30pm
Vietnamese Sunday 11:00am
Awana's 3 ,r 81h grade
Rhdio: Sunday 11:00am-950 AM;
and 7:OOpm-950AM & 1520AM
Dr. Clayton Cloer, Senior Pastor
wvww.fb'ccf.net

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

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

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
Ahd 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.,


(407) 656-9749
www.westorangebaptist.org
Pastor Larry L. Jinks

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

CATHOLIC

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

CHRISTIAN

NEW HORIZONS CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
Meeting at West Orange High
School
1625 Beulah Rd, Winter Garden.
Vintage Worship 9:30am
Relaxed Worship 11:00am
Philip Walter, Minister
407-654-5050
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.
6:00 pm Adult Bible Study
Wednesday Service 7:00pm


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-,
SSunday 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


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
1351 Windermere Rd.
Come as you are. 407-383-3022
www.harvestfl.org

EPISCOPAL

CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On the corner of Main St. and
Tilden. (407) 656-3218
Sunday services at 8AM, 9:30AM
11AM & 7:00PM with Sunday
School for all ages 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 8:30amand
10:30am. Sunday School 9:30am
for all ages with childcare.
www.ascension-orlando.ora

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

JEWISH

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


LUTHERAN

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


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


"A thief is only there to steal and kill and destroy. I
came so they can have real and eternal life, more and
better life than they ever dreamed of."
John 10:10 The Message
A few weeks ago we began some much needed repairs
to our house. It's been an eye-opening process as small
repairs have turned into some major remodeling. We do
praise God that the termites were evidently more interest-
ed in the siding than in the structural components of our
house. All of this has served as a reminder and a warn-
ing... maintenance is usually less costly and painful than
repairs. If we had dealt better with the small things
around our house I am sure that we could have avoided
some of the big problems we now are dealing with.
This truth can also be applied to our spiritual lives.
Are you confessing sin promptly or are you letting it
bring damage and rot and destruction to your life? Are
you confident that your spiritual life has a sturdy struc-
ture, a firm foundation, and a strong covering? Be sure


METHODIST

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lakeview Avenue
407-656-1135
Rev. Russell Belcher
9:00 am Contemporary
10:00 am Sunday School
11:00 Traditional
5:00pm TNT Youth Group
7:00pm Contemporary & Gospel

Newell St. C
Post Qi First United "-
Office ~ Methodist Church .5
M.2 Plant St. Q

Colonial Dr. IN


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

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


THE CROSSINGS,
A COMMUNITY CHURCH
Corner of McKinnon Rd. and Lake
Butler Blvd, 1 mile west of Winder-
mere Elementary School. 10.30 am
Worship Service. 407-656-6044

FAITH HARVEST CHURCH
"Bringing the Word to Life"
"We look forward to seeing You"
Sun: 10:30am Wednesday: 7pm
At 1003 Princeton Dr.(In the Col-


that sin will destroy eventually, whether it's relation-
ships, reputation, career, hope, opportunities, or your
very life.
So, how do you break free from sin? First, do you
know Jesus? If not, ask Him to come into your lifd and
free you from the bondage of sin. Second, confess that
which you know you need to, and accept God's uncondi-
tional love and forgiveness. Ask the Holy Spirit to fill
you and give Him control of your life. Next, begin to de-
velop the discipline of reading and studying and memo-
rizing God's Word. Find someone spiritually more ma-
ture than you and ask that person to help you avoid those
trouble areas. Give that person permission to ask you the
hard questions, and commit to pray for each other.
No matter what you struggle with know you are not alone.
No matter what it is, there are others working through the
same things. God wants to give you a full and meaningful
life...let Him! I promise you will never regret it.
From the believers at First Baptist Winter Garden
ADV.


lege Park Subdivision)
Clermont, FL 34711
Church Phone: 352-227-9098
Pastors Kevin & Debbie Cunningham.
www.thefaithharvestchurch.org
Affiliate of World Harvest Church,
Columbus, OH. "Your Word of Faith
Family Church"

NAZARENE

FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
305 Beulah Rd,Winter Garden
FL 34787
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
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd.
Windermere, FL 34786
407-876-2112 Worship times:
8:30am Traditional Service
9:45am Sunday School
11:00am Contemporary Service
www.windermereunion.org





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


ANivou-* BANK
Rose Pina
14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
407-656-3633



Southwest Church
Meeting @ Roper 1YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

Hwy 50


FL Turnpike

Marshall
Farms Rd.

S429

Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sundj. Worship Ser\ ice 10 30im
Tom Welch. Pastor
407-903-1384


(v W. Hwy 50
at Dillard


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The Crossings
A Community Church
10:30 am Worship Service 407-656-6044
Hy50 5 Ocoee



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Certified Public Accountants, R A. PO Box 771047
800 S. Dillard St
Winter Garden 34777-1047
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Winter Garden
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10B The West Orange Times Thursday, October 19, 2006




Entertainment


Cheyenne Jackson (center) and the cast of 'All Shook Up.'


'All Shook Up' opens Oct. 24 at Carr Performing Arts Center


Combining all-time favorite Elvis
Presley songs with a surefire rock-
'n'roll story, All Shook Up will shake
the Carr Performing Arts Centre for a
limited engagement of eight perfor-
mances Oct. 24-29. Tickets are on sale
now.
All Shook Up tells the romantic tale
of how a young girl's dream comes


true when a guitar-playing roustabout
rides into a square state and turns the
town upside down with his hip-
swivelin', lip-curlin' and sexy song
singin.'
The book is by Joe Di Pietro, with
direction by Tony Award-nominee
Christopher Ashley, and features 24
Presley classics, including "Heart-


Festival of Trees at OMA runs Nov. 11-19


Experience the festive sights and
sounds of the 20th anniversary of the
Festival of Trees at the Orlando Mu-
seum ofArtNov. 11-19. Forninedays
the museum is transformed into a glit-
tering holiday wonderland.
The heart of the event is a collection
of trees, full-scale holiday vignettes
and gingerbread creations all deco-
rated by local designers.
Children can walk through Candyland
and make crafts, play games and even
e-mail Santa. The Festival Caf6 will


be serving tasty treats and lunches, also.
Special events at the Festival of Trees
include the Patron's Gala, a black-tie af-
fair on Nov. 10; the Reindeer Romp, a
fun Santa meet-and-greet for the young
and the young-at-heart on Nov. 16; and
a Holiday Jazz Stroll on Nov. 17.
General admission is $10 for adults
and $6 for children. Parking is $3. Dai-
ly hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The museum is located at 2416 N.
Mills Ave., Orlando, in Loch Haven
Park.


break Hotel," "Burning Love," Jail-
house Rock," and "Blue Suede
Shoes."
Tickets are $34-$64 and are avail-
able at the SunTrust Broadway Across
America-Orlando Box Office, the TD
Waterhouse Box Office and all tick-
et master locations.
For details, call 407-839-3900.


Don't miss Festival's
'Frankenstein, the
Modern Prometheus'
The Orlando-UCF Shakespeare
Festival brings back one of its best-
attended shows just in time for Hal-
loween. Frankenstein, the Modern
Prometheus by Jim Helsinger runs
through Nov. 26.
Tickets are $12-$35, based on per-
formance dates, with discount rates
for seniors and students.
Call 407-447-1700, Ext. 1, for in-
formation.


Music at the Morse
on Friday nights
Beginning Friday, Nov. 3, the
Morse Museum of American Art will
have live music in its galleries each
Friday evening through March. Ad-
mission is free.
The music programs will run from
5-8 p.m. and will include not only clas-
sical but also jazz, romantic, Irish and
holiday sets (during December).
On Nov. 3, classical guitarist Josh
Englert will be featured. Also in
November Doug Halper on the ham-
mered dulcimer, Beautiful Music (a
string and flute trio) and Bizarre Quar-
tet (a jazz group) will be playing.
For a listing of performances
through March, visit www.morsemu-
seum.org.

Enjoy ghost stories
at Leu Gardens
this Saturday
Leu Gardens and Project Imagina-
tion will present a spooktacular event
for Central Floridians Ghost Stories
this Saturday, Oct. 21, from 7:30 to
10 p.m. Spooky, frightening and fun
stories will entertain all ages.
This is an outdoor event, so bring
blankets or chairs. There will be food,
drinks, popcorn and candy for pur-
chase.
Admission is $9 for adults and $6 per
child (K-12'1 grade). Tickets are pur-
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LA Acting Workshop offers various fall classes


LA Acting Workshop recently an-
nounced its fall class schedule.
Voice-Over Technique, Level I, Au-
dition Preparation and Vocal Training
begins Oct. 29 with instructor Ginny
Kopf. Participants receive coaching on
diction, dialects, character voices, pro-
jection and vocal health.
Voice-Over Technique, Level II, Pro-
fessional Technique and Application
begins this week. Designed for the se-
rious voice student, emphasis is placed
on developing personal market strate-
gy and strengthening local presenta-
tion. Koph is the instructor.
Working Film Actor, Level I begins
this week. This workshop trains the ac-
tor in preparation and presentation of
monologues, cold reading, soap opera
techniques, improve and the interview
process. Instructor is Lyle Moon. A free
introductory class is offered.
Working Film Actor, Level II begins
Oct. 19. The workshop is designed for
the serious, professional actor. Frequent
professional industry showcases offer
an opportunity for the working actor to

Art in the Park
at Lady Lake
Lady Lake Chamber of Com-
merce's fall Art in the Park Festival will
be held Oct. 28-29. The event will in-
clude fine art, crafts, music and food.
Admission and parking are free.
For information, call 352-546-2322.


advance both local and national careers.
LA Acting Youth Players is an on-go-
ing after-school workshop that helps to
create focus, leadership skills and define
artistic expression. The program is for
children 5-11 years old. A free intro-
ductory class is offered.
LA Acting Youth Performance
Troupe is a new workshop that requires
an audition. Instructor is Brandy Estep.
LA Acting Teen Players Workshop
is for teens 12-17. The workshop be-
gins this week. Instructor is Judy Buck-
land.
Registration is now open for the Orig-
inal Backstage Hollywood, which will
be Feb. 7-10. Actors receive access, in-
sight and direct introduction to key en-
tertainment professional during peak
production and pilot seasons in Holly-
wood. Actors will be coached for three
months prior to the tour date to audi-
tion live for top casting directors, talent
agents and manages.
Call Amy Allen, director, at 407-876-
0006 for information on all classes and
the tour.




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SSection C

Thursday, October 19% 2006

SEmail: advertising @ wotimes.comn


010
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035
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Instruction


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


MERCHANDISE:
200 ITEMS FOR SALE
220 COLLECTIBLES
240 GARAGE/YARD SALE
280 ITEMS WANTED
PETS:
300 ANIMALS FOR SALE
340 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


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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
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600 HOMES
610 CONDO & TOWNHOUSE
620 APARTMENT & DUPLEXES
625 ROOMS/EFFICIENCY
630" ROOMMATES


640 WAREHOUSE
650 COMMERCIAL
655 INCOME PROPERTY
670 VACATION
690 MOBILE HOME
695 WANTED
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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


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100
General Office








Bldg. Inspector I & II
Bldg. Maintenance III
Dist. Tech I
Network Support
Specialist
Public Serv. Worker I
Assistant to the City
Manager Public
Services
Director of Planning &
Growth Management
Additional openings and
applications are available
online at www.cwgdn.com
or apply in person at
City Hall 251
W. Plant St., Winter
Garden, FL 34787
The City o[ Winter Garden is an
equal opportunity employer.



110
Crafts/Skills/
Trade

LAWN MAINTENANCE
FOREMAN NEEDED 3
YRS EXP PREF. FULL


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f19

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W. Orange area. Trans-
portation Available. Call
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CARPENTER SKILLED.
Individual for new and ren-
ovation work. All around
exp is a must. 407-654-
5900. mjs 10/19.

BRIGHT FUTURE
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field positions. Excellent
wages & benefits. 630
Kissimmee Avenue, Ocoee
DFWP, 10/19cs

DRIVER SOD CLASS A
local, clean MVR $40L
plus benefits. Off Road
Forklift, Exp required.
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DRIVERS NEEDED.
CDL required. Apply in
person: Johnson's Wrecker
Service, 500 Wilmer Ave.
Orlando. No phone calls.
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DRIVERS. TOW
TRUCKS. For w. Orange
county; Light and heavy
duty. Will train. 407/656-
2624. tfncs

EXP. CLASS A drivers. In
state food service delivery.
Sun/Fri. nights. Lifting re-
quired. Food service or
beverage exp. a plus. $500


signing bonus. Accuracy
bonus, 401k, pd. holidays &
vacations. Call Nicole @
Kelly Foods, Winter Gar-
den. 407/654-0500. tfnkf

HEAVY TOW-TRUCK
operator. Experience req'd.
Class A CDL required. Ap-
ply in person. 500 Wilmer
Ave. tfnjw


120
Labor

Carpenters & Helpers.
Steady work in W. Orange
area. Transportation Avail-
able. Call 407-579-9277.
11/02.

Carpenterskilled individual
for new and renovation
work. All around exp is a
must 407-654-5900. 10/19

LAWN MAINTENANCE
FOREMAN NEEDED: 3
YRS EXP PREF. FULL
TIME DRIVERS LI-
CENSE A MUST. GOOD
PAY. CALL 407-947-
9496 11/2

GARDEN OF EDEN
LAWNCARE: LAWN-
CARE HELP IS NEED-
ED. Experience with all
equipment. Good pay.
Long term employment,
407-509-1435. SE NECE-
SITA persona para el man-


MANHEIM a

OF ORLANDO
Florida Auto Auction of Orlando is seeking a enthusi-
astic and hardworking individual to work in our Com-
munity Relations Department. You must have good
communication and clerical skills. A valid Florida
Drivers license is required. You should be able to push,
pull or lift over 150 Ibs of body weight safely and cor-
rectly. Will need to be available to work all shifts and
travel if necessary. Excellent benefits. Please apply in
person to
11801 W. Colonial Dr. Ocoee
or fax resume to 407-877-5285
E0E Drug Free Workplace


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CITY OF OCOEE

< Offering competitive salary and benefits.
The City of Ocoee is now hiring for the
following vacancies:

Municipal Building Inspector I
Communications Operator
Lift Station Technician
Community Service Officers
Crime Analyst
Principal Planner
Water Conservation Coordinator
Maintenance Worker I
Administrative Aide (part-time)

Applications and Job Descriptions
are available online at:
www.ci.ocoee.fl.us or call 407-905-3100 ext. 1050
or 125 N. Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee, FL 34761
EOE/DFWP




HELP WANTED


Maintenance Forman
3yr. experience

Mechanic
3 yr. exp. Diesel & small engines


407-877-0116

SMark Kirkland
0lI6PERWhisper Winds
S WINDS Landscaping


tenimiento de patios. Ex-
periencia con todo tipo de
equipo. Buena paga. Tra-
bajo permanent. 407-509-
1435.10/21

130
Medical

RN/LPN FULL-TIME
weekends and 3-11 pm M-
F. Apply in person at Qual-
ity Health Care Center,
12751 West Colonial Dr. -
Winter Garden. 10/19

ADMISSIONS/MAR-
KETING DIRECTOR RN
with case management ex-
perieince. Also must be
knowledgeable and expe-
rienced with insurance,
Medicare & Medicaid in
regards to a LTC facility.
Fax resume to 407-877-
2639 or email to
Heather@qhcc.fdn.com.
10/19

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

VENDING ATTEN-
DANT to fill & service.


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Dcli Cook, Cashier, gooc
pay. Mon.-Thurs. FooI
service at Auto Auction
407/947-6327 for an app
Stfnafs.


160
General
Employment

The Historic Ocoee Chris
tian Church is in need of
Christian KeyBoard/Piano
Player that can play both
Contemporary Christian
Music and traditional
Hymns for their 8:30 AM
& 10:45 AM Worship Ser-
vices. This can be the same
person for each service or
two separate people. The
ability to sing is a plus.
This is a paying position.
Please contact pastor Scott
Billue for details at 407-
656-2010 or pas-
torscott@ocoeechris-
tian.com or visit our Web
Site at www.ocoeechris-
tian.com. tfn 10/31.

Need Individual to iron my
clothes in thier.own home.
Will deliver and pickup
clothing. 321-331-4795
10/19.

Looking for someone that
still irons. Will pay by the
hour or the piece. Please
Call 407-876-1199. 10/19

Grow your career by Leaps
and Bounds!! Now inter-
viewing teachers and
teacher assistants. CDA or
CDA track preferred. Ex-
cellent pay and benefits,
with room to grow. Call
407-808-3513
11/30

HELP WANTED: A
Christian Preschool, locat-
ed in southwest Orange
county, is looking for
teachers & assistant teach-
ers. A high school diploma
is required and a CDA is
helpful, but not necessary.
For additional information,
please contact First Baptist
Windermere Child Devel-
Sopment Center, 300 Main
Street, Windermere, Flori-
da, 407/876-2874. 10/19,
10/26.

Telemarketer, experience,
Work from your own home,
your own hours, leads pro-
vided, call Richard at 407-
656-10224. 10/31TFN jk

TUTORING JOBS NOW
AVAILABLE! We help
our tutors get into the col-
Slege of their choice or re-
-ceive scholarships by giv-
Sing them excellent refer-
ences and recommenda-
Stions. QUALIFICA-
TIONS:3.5 grade point av-
erage. Completion of high
school or college level Al-
gebra 1, Geometry, and Al-
gebra 2 with A's and B's.
Can work afternoons from
S3:30 to 6:30. Must enjoy
working with children in a
fun and rewarding atmo-
sphere. Please call at 407-
905-9645 or apply at
www.tutoringcenter.com
1/19, 10/26.

CHRISTIAN PRE-
SCHOOL In Ocoee look-
Sing for the following full-
Stime position available: K-
3 teacher. Candidates must
be devoted to children and
*their parents,and must
maintain a high standard of
conduct both personally
and professionally. Start-
ing pay $8/hr, with a CDA
$9/hr. Call 407/905-9508
for appt. 10/19

GROWERS NEEDED:
Seeking self-motivated, re-
sponsible individuals for
growing positions. In-
volves all aspects of pot-
ted foliage production: wa-
tering,fertilization,chemi-
cal application and quality
control. Experience pre-
ferred but not required.
10/12,19.

HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR TRAINING
FOR EMPLOYMENT:
Bulldozers, Backhoes,
Loaders, Dump Trucks,
Graders, Scrapers; Exca-
vators; National Certifica-
tion, Job Placement Assis-
tance; Associated Training
Services (800)251-3274
www.equipmentopera-
tor.cbm. f19


Heavy Equipment Operator
CERTIFIED. Hands on
Training. Job Placement
Assistance. Call Toll Free
(866)933-1575. ASSOCI-
ATED TRAINING SER-
VICES, 5177 Homosassa
Trail, Lecanto, Florida,
34461. f19

Earn Up to $550 WEEK-'
LY Working through the


d government PT No Expe-
d rience. Call Today!!
i. (800)488-2921 Ask for De-
pt partmcnt W21. fl9

INTERESTED IN A
POSTAL JOB Earning
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Pay? Our services can help
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Battery Exam, Find Out
How! Call Today For
SMore Information...
S (800)584-1775 Ref Code
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d DATA ENTRY! Work
SFrom Anywhere. Flexible
Hours. Personal Comput-
Ser Required. Excellent Ca-
reer Opportunity. Serious
SInquiries Only (800)344-
9636 Ext. 700. f19

t We are an affiliate of Ser-
vice Corporation Interna-
tional, the largest provider
of funeral and cemetery
services in North America.
We have career opportuni-
ties waiting for motivated
individuals.

We are currently seeking a
Part Time weekend Clerk to
provide administrative sup-
port and assistance. Posi-
tion duties include, but are
not limited to the follow-
ing: Greet customers dur-
ing normal business hours
and visitations Answer and
direct phone calls prompt-
ly and courteously Filing
Typing/ Computer Assist
with all office related du-
ties Job Requirements
/Qualifications: Computer
knowledge (Windows, MS
Office)Basic accounting
knowledge. Previous Fu-
neral Home experience
preferred, but not required.
Excellent customer service
and communication skills.
Compassionate, sincere.
Resumes may be e-mailed
to: William.Vail@sci-
us.com or faxed to: (407)
877.7403 Attn:: William
M. Vail, Jr. Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer,
M/F/D/V.tfncfh

CHILDCARE WORKER:
Local Christian ministry is
seeking a part time Child-
care worker for elementary
age children from 3 pm to
6 pm. Drivers license and
ability to drive 15-passen-
ger van. Drug test and
background screening re-
quired. Call 407-656-6678.
????

Stylists with clientele,
booth rental, Ocoee, $125
wk, owner change, Diana
at 407-702-5977. 10/26dr#

CARPET CLEANING
Tech, no experience need-
ed, call 407-292-
4636.10/26B


165
Part-Time

RECEPTIONIST PT AM
Must have exp in Excel.
WG Grassing, 407-877-
0709. 10/19,10/26


170
Employment'
Wanted

HOME HEALTHCARE I
am seeking a position for
the Elderly or Handicap
Home Care in the Ocoee,
Windermere, Winter Gar-,
den Area. I will assist with
basic grooming, cooking,
cleaning, laundry, shop-
ping etc. Daytime or
Evening Shift. I am Basi
Life Support and CPR Cer-
tified with experience.
$1600/mo. Please call Jan
407-656-0351.






200
Items for Sale

BED 100% ALL NEW in
plastic, name brand King
pillow-top set. Must move.
@220. 407-423-1202.
11/09

BED $150, ABOLUTE
bargain. New queen, pil-
low-top mattress set. In
plastic. Warranty, 407-287-
2619. 11/09

BED $125, MATTRESS


set, full-size, brand new,
still in plastic, 407-287-
2619 11/09

Lexington King Size Bed,
$500.00. Sofa, $500.00.
BOTH EXCELLENT
CONDITION. Call 407-
719-2752. 10/19/10/26.

PIANO- Kimball "Whit-


ney" spinet piano. 35 years
old in very good shape,
needs tuning. $250.00.
407-454-3080. 10/19

Variety of items for sale.
Queen head and foot
boards, cherry with rails
$200.;King Brown sateen
fitted bed cover w/5 co-co-
ordinating pillows and win-
dow treatments $250; HP
7100 copier/scanner/print-
er barely used, no fax,
$150; Silver necklace
$100. Will send pics by
email. Call 321-246-7657
for more info. 10/19, 10/26.

SPA- 4 pERSON $100.00
AS IS. 407-222-7481.
10/19

Love Seat for Sale. Excel-
lent Condition. Hunter
Green. $75.00 10/19

2006 MODEL
BLOWOUT!!! tWare-
house Clearance Sale on
the New Kayak Pool.
SAVE $ thousands on se-
lected models limited sup-
ply! FREE ESTIMATES
Easy Finance Fast Instal-
lation. Call (866)348-7560
twww.kayakpoolsflori-
da.com. f19

STEEL BUILDINGS. Fac-
tory Deals. Save $$$. 40 x
60' to 100 x 200'. Ex: 50 x
100 x 12' = $3.60/sq ft.
(800)658-2885. www.rigid-
building.com. f19

Leather sofa and loveseat
$795 brand new. 321-
663-3831.10/26s1

Beautiful Antique Cherry
console (53 x 32 x 19)
w/mirror $1500. Secretary
Desk (30 x 70 x 16) $350.
Antique Victorian Chair
$100. (407) 876-0799.
10/19

COMPUTERS FOR
SALE. Call Robert @.
407/242-4161. tfnrb

Bedroom Set- GOR-
GEOUS Louis Phillippe
Sleigh Bed, hb, fb, rails,
dresser, mirror, chest, and
night stand in beautiful
cherry wood. Never used.
Sells for $4000. Sacrifice
for $1395. 352-394-4372.
10/26sl

Pool Table- Brand new,
Gorgeous 8' all-wood table.
1" Italian slate, leather
pockets, nicely carved legs.
Still in crate. Cost $4500,
sacrifice for $1350. De-
livery and set-up available.
352-394-3279.10/26s1

BED $120 BRAND new
with warranty (never used)
full size ortho mattress set-
still in palstic, can deliver.
352-394-5813. 10/26sl

Memory- Foam Mattress
Set. Brand new with war-
ranty. $495. Can deliver.
321-663-3831. 10/26sl

Hot Tub- $1795 LOAD-
ED!! Brand new with ther-
apy jets, bucket seats,
cupholders, fibre-optic wa-
terfall. Custom digital bal-


boa controls. Still in crate
w. warranty. Can dcliv
er.352-394-5813. 10/26sl

Mattress set- $220 All new
king 3 pc. Ortho pillowtop
set w. warranty. Never
used. Can deliver if need-
ed. 352-394-4372. 10/26s:

Queen size ortho pillow top
set w. warranty. $160
Brand new and still in plas-
tic. 352-394-3593. 10/26sl

ATTENTION: ISLE-
WORTH, WINDER-
MERE, KEENES
POINTE, BAY HILL. I
need a large home. Com-
plete Dining Room Suit
made from Stanley Furni-
ture. Montreaux Style, Col-
or Pecan Ash Antique
White Wash, 2 1/2 yrs. old
purchased from Hudson
Furniture in Ocoee. Pur-
chase price new is $7,500,
verified by Cindy. Includes
2 leaves, 4 Chairs, Light-
ed Hutch with Glass
Shelves, lots of doors and
drawers. $5,000 (1/2 will
go to West Orange Amer-
ican Cancer Society/Relay
for Life and 1/2 to owner)
Call Sherry Wise at 407-
963-0486 or 407-656-
5125.Needs a home with a
very large Formal Dining
Room. swl0/19

WOLFF TANNING
BEDS Buy Direct and
Save! Full Body units from
$22 a month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TODAY!
(800)842-1305 www.np.et-
stan.com.f21

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

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


JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing
SCRAP
BATTERIES
S500 EACH

510 E. HWY 50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588



240
Garage/Yard
Sale

YARD SALE: Sat. 10/21,
9am. Plants Live king
Bamboo, Crotons, Stack
Wash/Dry, Mannequin
Body Parts, Refrig,


e Sports/Collector Cards,
Antique Tools, Ornaments
& Books, Smoking Acces-
sories, Cake Pans, Linens,
Vintage Electronics. 395
S Timbercreek Dr. N. Win-
r ter Garden. Rain Date:
10/28. #407-877-9480.
1 10/19

MOVING SALE-10/21/06
S8:00-2:00. furniture, bed-
ding, kitchen items, elec-
Stronics, etc. Vic-Kay Court,
Winter Garden. 10/19

Yard Sale: Sat, 10/21,
7a.m. Furniture, office
Equipment, bikes, scooters.
All must go! Moving!
t Wintermere Harbor on 535
Winter Garden. 13168
Lakeshore Gove Drive.
10/19

Upright Freezer (26 cube)
$50.00. 10/19.

MOVING SALE: Sat
10/21 8am-lpm. 20 Lake-
view reserve Blvd, Winter
Garden. Wicker bedroom
set, clothing, toys, and
more! 10/19

Sat. 10/21 9am til? Furni-
ture, Collectibles, Home
Decor, Toys & Misc. 295
Temple Grove Dr. off Bay
St. 10/19

Big Garage Sale Saturday
21st and Sunday 22nd. Fur-
niture and clothes. 202
Sadler Ave., Oakland
10/19

HUGH GARAGE SALE;
Oct 21st, 2006 at 197 S.
Dillard St. from 8am to
3pm. 10/19

Garage Sale: Friday and
Saturday, Orange Tree
Mobile Home Park, Lot 69,
Winter Garden. 10/19.

Yard sale at 501 N. Tubb
St. in Oakland, October
20th and 21st from 8-2, ev-
erything must go. 10/19

HUGH MONTVERDE
YARD SALE. Friday and
Saturday 8-2 (more com-
ing on Saturday) IN-
DOOR/OUTDOOR 6 car
garage full of everything
to sell. NEW and used
items! TOOL shop cleaned
out, JOHN DEERE tiller,
large reel mower deck,
tools galore, emptied stor-
age units, themed PARTY
supplies/decorations,
GIFTS closet emptied,
Crafts, sewing supplies,
just about everything.
Large Rubbermaid storage
units, SHELVES, and tubs
for sale. Toys, clothes,
Tons of nesting gift boxes,
enough to start your own
business. 5 families at one
location!! Kids selling
drinks/lemonade/snacks.
TRAILS OF
MONTVERDE, 15405
Thoroughbred Lane. 10/19

ESTATE SALE: Oct 20th,
21st, 8am-2pm. 11228
Bronson Rd., Clermont.
Large Sale: From very old
to new. Furniture, glass-
ware, 500+ collectors,
plates, tools, books, crys-


tal, china, electronics,
kitchen, lamps, smalls, art-
work inc. Dali, gun cabi-
net, upright piano, Wurl-
itzer Theatre Organ, Vic-
trola, etc. 10/19

COMMUNITY GARAGE
SALE. Windermere Chase
subdivision, Gotha. Over
a dozen families partici-
pating! Fri. 10/20, 9-1.
Sat. 10/21, 8-1. Golf Clubs,
tools, large screen TV, Lit-
tle tykes kitchen & racecar
bed, furniture, exercise
equip. clothes, toys, books,
jewelry, laptop and much
more! Maguire to Moore,
left on 7th, right into Win-
dermere Chase. 10/19

HAD A GARAGE SALE
LAST WEEKEND SOME
ITEMS THAT ARE LEFT
TO BE SOLD ARE THE
FOLLOWING: COM-
PLETE GE APPLIANCE
PACKAGE INCLUDES
STOVE WITH BUILT IN
GRILL, SELF CLEAN-
ING OVEN,
MCIROWAVE, AND
DISHWASHER $200.
ITEMS CAN BE SOLD
SEPARATELY FOR DIF-
FERENT PRICING.
LARGE UPRIGHT
FREEZER $50. cLOTH-
ING: CHILDREN ALL
SIZES IN GIRLS/BOYS
& TEENS, MENS ALL
SIZES, AND LADIES
ALL SIZES FROM 2 TO
26w.JEANS, PANT
SUITS, DRESSES,
SWIMSUITS, LINGERIE.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE A
NEW WARDROBE
CALL ME! BEDROOM
FURNITURE- PECAN
WOOD, ARMOIRE HAS
5 DRAWERS, TRIPLE
DRESSES WITH 12
DRAWERS AND 2 MIR-
ROS W/NIGHTSTAND,
AND OTHER FURNI-
TURE. IF INTERESTED
CALL SHERRI WISE AT
407-656-5125 OR 407-
963-0486 TO SET UP
TIMES. LEAVE MES-
SAGE IF NOT AVAIL-
ABLE, WILL CALL
PACK ASAP.10/19



MI3""


400
Auto For Sale

1993 FLEETWOOD
CADILLAC, White with
Blue Top. Handicap lift in
trunk. 48,000 miles. $5400.
407-877-8159. 10/19

HONDA 50, 1995, $550.
YerfDog 2004,2 seat, 150
engine GO CART. $1000.
407-877-8159..10/19

1979 Impala, 2 Door, bub-
ble Back Glass, 350,
w/Crome Parts, 24" Rims,
$5,500 OBO. 321-239-
2159. 10/19


410
Accessories

22" Rims/Tires, Set of 4,
NEW, $2,300, obo 321-


239-2159. 10/19


430
Trucks & Vans

2002 TAN CHEVY VEN-
TURE VAN- extended
wheel base. Good condi-
tion. 72,000 miles.
$10,500. 407-877-8159.
10/19

NEW 2007 6x12 single
axle enclosed cargo trail-
er. $2,850.00. Call Danny
407-466-4738. 10/19

1986 OLDSMOBILE 442,
good condition, cold air,
V*, under 100,000 miles
original, new rims. $7,000
O.B.O. 407-758-8176. or
321-695-2978. tfns

1999 Isuzu rodeo SUV.
2WD 127,000 miles, elec-
tric doors & windows/cold
a.c. (silver) Excellent con-
dition! $6500.00 FIRM.
Vehicle has been through-
ly checked by mechanics
at Crawford Tire in Ocoee.
Used transmission has
been put in by Master Car
Care in Ocoee (Warranty
is available for you to pur-
chase on transmission) IF
INTERESTED CALL:
Sherry Wise @ (407)656-
5125 or (407) 963-0486,
Leave Message Will Call
Back ASAP! Call me to
test drive- you will be im-
pressed how clean it is!!
10/19






530
Childcare

My Orlando Home. In-
fants-4 yrs. Flexible Hours.
CPR, First Aid Certified
and Licensed. 407-293-
0252. 11/9.


540
Cleaning

LN Super Suds, Home
Cleaning. Leave the mess to
us, no job too big or too
small, just give us a call.
Lori 352-308-7028 or Nan-
cy 407-625-5613. 11/9.

House Cleaning done rea-
sonable, experienced with
references. Ask for Lilly.
407-443-1409. 11/9.


585
Misc.


All types of Lawn Work,
sprinklers repaired, expe-
rience with references, ask
to John 407-443-1409.
11/9.

SERVICE/CLEANING.
Need Individual to Iron my
clothes in their own home.
Will deliver and pickup
clothing.321-331-4795.
jml0/19.


560
Home
Improvement


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

HANDYMAN SERVICE
Available. Drywall, trim
work, carpentry, painting,
pressure washing, custom
tile work, kitchen cabinetry
work, etc. 321-388-1330.
10/26rp


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
SLicensed Bonded
Water or no Pay
Servicing all of Central Florida








600
Homes for Rent

OAKLAND 2400 Sr; 4/3,
2 cg, Large master Br-Bth
w jetted tub walk in show-
er, Granite kitchen with is-
land cooktop, wood floors,
split plan, fireplace, Fr
doors to large fenced yard.
Pets OK with dep. First,
last security. $1900 mo. in-
cludes pest, yard maintne-
nance. Available now.
MAIN STREET REAL-
TORS call Carl Patterson,
Realtor 407-876-2372.
10/19, 10/26

3/2 Nice Home in West Or-
lando/Ocoee area Close to
Everything! Short or Long
Term Lease available.
Please call 407-353-5800
for details. 11/2.

Mascott, Nice 3 bdrm
home on ski lake, boat
dock,florida rm, 2 car
garage.RENT TO
OWN,only
$1100/mo.Souther Realty
407-869-0033 x 124 or
407-448-1042. 10/19ff

OCOEE 4/2 New style
home (Cathedrals), all ap-
pliances, move-in Nov. 1.
$2,200 month, 12-month
lease. 407-579-9824.
1021rc


AVAILABLE NOW!
3BR/2BA, 2 car garage,
immaculate condition in
north Winter Garden, drive
by 149 Roper Drive call
Ouida @ 407-491-3000.tfn


610
Condos and
Townhouses

FOR SALE BY OWNER -
2BR condo, St. Peters-
burg. 1 mile from Gulf of
Mexico/Don Cesar. On Isla
Del Sol golf course. Com-
pletely furnished.
tt$370,000. Call
(859)608-2213. f19


620
Apartments &
Duplexes

WINTER GARDEN
APARTMENTS 1/II. 584
West Bay St.,.Winter Gar-
den. 407/656-7860/phone.
407/656-7270/fax. tdu-
ran @mannausa.com.
www.mannausa.com. tfn-
wga

625
Rooms/
Efficiency

Bay Pointe Apts. NOW
RENTING 2bdrm. Vacan-
cies. Starting at $382. Op-
portunity 407-656-1661
10/19, 10/26.

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

ROOM FOR RENT, fur-
nished, walking distance to
store, all utilities included,
$115 p/week. 407-877-
8992. 10/19r


650
Commercial



3 ROOM
OFFICE SUITE
Pvt. Bath,
storage room,
2nd floor.
31 S. Main St.
$645.00
Includes water,
sewer & garbage.
407-656-6420

WINTER GARDEN OF-
FICE space has reception
area, 2 private offices, 1
large meeting room,
kitchen and bathroom. In-
cludes water. Approx.
1000 sq ft. $1450 month.
Contact Bill Straugh, 407-
716-3010. 10/19.

DAYCARE CENTERS
FOR LEASE. Buy Both
Businesses for $165.000 &
Take Over Leases.
Call:407-367-
8138.eh10/26.

COMING SOON 2 1,500
sf warehouses and 1 of-
fice/warehouse 300 sf in
Winter Garden. Make your
reservations now. Call


Octoberr 21st, 2006


wntown near Starke Lake from loam to 3pm



S Dash Plaques Lots of Door Prizes

Trophies for Top 20 Craft Show

Live music all day around the lake, DJ's Butch &

Jennifer Johnston of WJBJ, Rides for the Kids


Ronnie Milsap takes the stage

a aat 9pm with Firewords to follow

I For complete event schedule and info

.Al visit www.ocoeefoundersfestivalorg


I I T


Saturday, C
















on West Mcejy Street in Do



Open To All Special Interest

Cars, Trucks & Motorcycles

Registration $15 day of show
Proceeds benefit Rotary Club Child Safety Programs


Plus: Parade at 9am, Historical Exhibits,

Arts & Crafts Vendors, Rides,

Fab 5 Family Fishing Event, Great Food,

Free Entertainment featuring National

Country Music Artists, and more!


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Thursday, October 19, 2006 The West Orange Times 3C


Rhonda @ 407/721-
S3306.tfnwrg

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

1200 +/- SQ. FT. Office.
North Winter Garden. Re-
ception, 3 offices, confer-
ence area, private bath.
Water & CAM included.
Call Lisa 321/948-9296.
tfnlb


760
MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

2001 DOUBLEWIDE
FOR SALE. 3 Bedroom,
3 Bath, 1650 sq feet.
$15,000. 10/19, 10/26

2002 Manufactured Home,
No Lot. Doublewide,
S3br/2ba, Window Shutters,
SAll Electrical Appliances.
Must See! 407-469-2992.
-10/19, 10/26.


700
Homes for Sale


OAKLAND
409 E. Henschen
:, Beautiful 4 bedroom 2.5 bath with
-pool. Mature landscaping. Like new
Inside and out. Close to bike trail.
Hardwood floors. Call
David Buscall, GRI
407-923-2626
Evenings: 407-654-4800
Realty Associates
davidbuscall@earthlink.net


)OCOEE, GATED CROSS
CREEK 3/2 For Sale.
Oversized interior corner
lot w/privacy, room for
pool. New carpet, gourmet
kitchen, extended garage,
great condition, home war-
ranty, great schools, lots of
upgrades. $339,900.
LUCK Realty Group, Inc.
407-656-0404. Hurry! FI-
NAL OPEN HOUSE, Sat.
10/21, 12 noon 5 pm.
7Bring your best offer for
,-sellers consideration. Pre-
view Friday 10/20 3-6 pm.
House goes off the market
-,10/31/06. See More at
www.483goldenmoss.com.
,'10/19

WINTER GARDEN at
lake hancock-Brand New
3/2 Ranch Home. Beauti-
:.fual open kitchen with
Granite counter tops. Mas-
.ter bedroom with double
closets, large bathroom
with Jacuzzi tub and show-
er.surround sound through-
out home. covered porch,
;lanai, 2 car garage. $1,800
,"monthly with 2-3 year


lease. Perfect for busy ex-
ecutive. 305-527-8377 lil-
docbaker02@bellsouth.net
11/02.

OCOEE/WINDERMERE
4/2, hardwood floors, 1882
sf, large scrn patio, gated
comm. Realtors Wel-
comc,$333K, 407-929-
9115, web.mac.com/mick-
leton 10/19, 10/26

$0 DOWN HOMES Gov-
't & Bank Foreclosures!
Low or no down! No cred-
it OK! Call Now!
(800)749-2905. f19

SAND LAKE POINT.
BEST PRICE AND BEST
VALUE! 3/2, pool/spa,
split plan with Great
Room. $399K. 10161
Brandon Circle. Call 407-
761-8754 for appt. Flat-
landers Realty Group LLC.
10/19

CYPRESS CHASE.
BEST VALUE IN POPU-
LAR COMMUNITY.
Windermere Elem. 5/3.5,
pool, beautiful pond and
conservation views,
$483K. 9137 Pecky Cy-
press Way. Call 407-761-
8754 for appt. Flatlanders
Realty Group LLC. 10/19


710
Condos &
Townhouses For
Sale

FOR SALE BY OWNER -
- 2BR condo, St. Peters-
burg. 1 mile from Gulf of
Mexico/Don Cesar. On Isla
Del Sol golf course. Com-
pletely furnished.
tt$370,000. Call
(859)608-2213. fl9

Windtree Gardens, 2/2
completely remodeled,
new A/C, must see,
$145,000, 407-509-4771.
11/9

WINDTREE CONDO, 2
bed, 2 bath, Dishwasher,
central A/C, carpet, pool,
upper unit, $725.00 per
month. Call Land and
Homes Real Estate,Inc.
407-877-2840. 10/19

Windtree Condo 2 bed, 2
bath, dishwasher, Central
a/c, carpet, pool, upper
unit, $725.00 per month.
Call Land and Homes Real
Estate, Inc. (407) 877-
2840 10/19


720
Commercial

NOW OPEN & LEAS-
ING.(2) 1,500 sf ware-
houses and (1) office/ware-
house 3000 sf in Winter
Garden. Call Rhonda
Windsor Realty @ 407-
721-3306. 11/09tfn.

SELLING 182+/- ACRES
AND HOME at Auction,
(SCHLEY CO. GA. NOV.
4) Offered in Parcels,
Pond, Two Creeks, Tim-
ber, Pasture land, Wildlife
and Equipment (866)300-


7653
tWWW.LAND2AUC-
TION.COM. f 19

Liquidation Auction- Com-
mercial Real Estate plus
personal property, selling
separately. October 26 -
10am. Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388 10%
buyers premium GAL AU-
C002594 www.rowellauc-
tions.com. fl9

1200 + / SQ. FT. Office.
North Winter Garden.
$1300 p/mo. + sales tax.
Water & CAM included.
Call Lisa 321-948-9296.
tfnlb


730
Waterfront

Gulf front lots $595k.
Homes starting mid $300k.
New master planned ocean
front community on beau-
tiful Mustang Island, near
Corpus Christi, TX.
www.cinnamonshore.com,
(866)891-5163. fl9

20 acres with pond near
State & Nat'l parks. Camp,
Fish, Hunt. $89,900 owner
fin. $4995 down (800)352-
5263 Florida Woodland
Group, Inc. Lic RE Broker.
fl19

Auction- Saturday, Octo-
ber 28, 10am, Sportman's
getaway. Home on lake &
cabin. 144+/- acres, divid-
ed, Worth Co., GA. 241+/-
acres, divided, Mitchel Co.,
GA. Great hunting.
10%BP Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388
www.rowellauctions.com
GAL AU-C002594. f19


740
Lots and
Acreage


Ocala National Forest Lots,
$500 down, $199 a month,
owner 352-239-5520 or
352-236-4579,
www.ocalaforestland.com/
2nd 12/7bg

AUCTION 2,500 Acres
Timberland Bladen &
Sampson Counties, NC.
Tues., Oct. 24, 6:00 p.m.
32 tracts from 2 to 200
acres. Merchantable tim-
ber. Call for info.
(800)479-1763 NCAL8397
10% buyer's premium John
Dixon & Assoc.
www.johndixon.com fl9.

ABSOLUTE AUCTION.
Estates of Cades Cove ad-
joins Great Smoky Moun-
tains National Park,
Townsend, TN, Saturday,
October 21, 10:30 AM;
WWW.FURROW.COM,
1-800-4-FURROW. TN
Lic. #62. f19

N. Fla 80 Ac $6200 per
acre. Pines, hardwoods &
creek. Homesites, hunt or
recreation. (800)294-2313
Ext 1185 A Bar Sales, Inc.
7 days 7am-7pm. fl9


HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT

Bulldozers, Backhoes, Loaders, Dump
_- Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Excavators

.- -National Certification
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8,500k ACRES SELLING ABSOLUTE IN PARCELS
GUNNISON COLORADO Prime land for


grazing and hunting
4 homes
Large hunting lodge
Water rights


For more information contact: 800.558.5464


SELLING 182+/- ACRES
AND HOME at Auction,
(SCHLEY CO. GA. NOV.
4) Offered in Parcels,
Pond, Two Creeks, Tim-
ber, Pasture land, Wildlife
and Equipment (866)300-
7653
IWWW.LAND2AUC-
TION.COM. tfl9

20 acres with pond near
State & Nat'l parks. Camp,
Fish, Hunt. $89,900 owner
fin. $4995 down (800)352-
5263 Florida Woodland
Group, Inc. Lic RE Broker.
fl9

LIQUIDATION LAND
SALE. 5 to 138 Acres. A
limited number of spec-
tacular parcels are being
sold at 30% below ap-
praised value. Located in
Central FL w/ good access,
utils, survey, recent ap-
praisal & exc fin. Call today
(866)352-2249 x 847. fl9

20 acres with pond near
State & Nat'l parks. Camp,
Fish, Hunt. $89,900 owner
fin. $4995 down (800)352-
5263 Florida Woodland
Group, Inc. Lic RE Bro-
ker.fl9


750
Homes Out of
Area

Auction- Saturday, Octo-
ber 28, 10am, Sportman's
getaway. Home on lake &
cabin. 144+/- acres, divid-
ed, Worth Co., GA. 241+/-
acres, divided, Mitchel Co.,
GA. Great hunting.
10%BP Rowell Auctions,
Inc. (800)323-8388
www.rowellauctions.com
GAL AU-C002594. fl9

MURPHY, NORTH
CAROLINA Affordable
Homes in the Mountains.
Affordable Homes, Moun-
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I

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
Winter Garden Planning & Zon-
ing Board will hold Public Hear-
ing on Monday, November 6,
2006 at 6:30p.m., or as soon af-
ter as possible, at City commis-
sion Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, in order to review a
3 foot rear yard setback variance
and a 3 foot side yard setback
variance for 142 N. Highland Av-
enue. The variance will allow the
property owners to build a shed.
Copies of the proposed request
may be inspected by the public
between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
of each week at 270 West Plant
Street. For more information,
please call Brandon Byers at 656-
4111 ext 2292.
Any and all objections will be
heard at this time and if no valid
objections are presented to the
contrary, consideration will be
given for granting this request.
You are advised that if a person
decides to appeal any decision
made with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, then
they will need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made which includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
10/19


NOTICE OF MEETING

NOTICE is given that the West
Orange Airport Authority Board
will meet @Wednesday, October
25, 2006 at 10:00 a.m., in the
Ocoee city Hall, Ocoee, Florida.
The Board will discuss the busi-
'ness of the establishment of a
General Aviation Airport in West
-Orange County.
R. Patrick Philips, Board Mem-
ber
200 N. Thornton Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
Telephone: 407-425-7676
'10/19



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Probate Division
File No.: 2006-CP-002481-0
Division: 1
IN RE: JOMAR ANTONIO MATOS
LOPEZ.
:Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.The administration of the estate
of JOMAR ANTONIO MATOS
LOPEZ, deceased, whose date of
death was March 4, 2006 is
pending in the circuit Court for
Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division, File Number 2006-CP-
002481-0, the address of which
is 425 North orange Ave., Room
340, Orlando, Florida 32801. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and


other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate, on whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be served, must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TERTHE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE O'F
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NTOICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITH WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is October 19, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative: Personal Representative:
OLGA C. GARCIA
MILISSA LOPEZ
Florida Bar No.: 0666939
14357 Island Cove Dr.
Orlando, Florida 32803
Orlando, FI 32824
(407) 895-9466
10/19, 10/26


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: Hugh-
es Towing & Recovery gives No-
tice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
11/10/2006,08:00 am at 103 S.
Orange Blossom Trail Orlando,
Fl 32805, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida statutes.
Hughes Towing & Recovery re-
serves the right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
1FALP5548NA285989 1992
FORD
1FTEF15Y8TNA27687 1996
FORD
2B4GH25K9PR368106 1993
DODGE
3N37R9X257130
1979 OLDSMOBILE
HUGHES TOWING & RECOVERY
103 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM
TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL 32805
407-425-9999
10/19


REQUST FOR PROPOSAL #06-
940.
The City of Winter Garden is now
accepting proposals fro play-
ground equipment, installa-
tion,and other site furnishings.
Bid packages are available online
at www.wintergarden-fl.gov.
Sealed proposals must be re-
ceived at 251 W. Plant St., Win-
ter Garden, Fl. prior to 4:00pm
on 11/16/06. Call Jay Conn at
407-656-4155 for more infor-
mation.
10/12, 10/19.



NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc., will
sell at Public Sale at Auction the
following vehicles to satisfy lien
pursuant to Chapter 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes on Novem-
ber 02, 2006 at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*


1999 CHRYSLER, VIN#
4C3AU52N8XE009463
1994 CHEVROLET, VIN#
1GNDM19WORB245361
Located at: W TAFT
VINELAND RD, ORLANDO, FL
32824 Orange
1997 NISSAN, VIN#
1N4BU31DXVC152752
1997 MERCURY VIN#
1MELM55U8VG642876
Located at: W TAFT
VINELAND ROAD, ORLANDO, FL
32824 Orange

Any person (s) claiming any in-
terest (s) in the above vehicles
contact: Rainbow Title & Lien,
Inc., 954/920-6020.
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction.
LIC # AB-0001256
10/19




ORANGE COUNTY
TOWING & RECOVERY
1820 N. GOLDENROD
ROAD
ORLANDO, FL 32807
407-677-9094
1993 Ford Station Wagon (White)
1FDEE14N4PHA21573
Auction Date, October 24, 2006
@ 8:00am

1998 Oldsmobile 88 (White)
1G3HY54COKW384049
AUCTION DATE. OCTOBER 27,
2006 @ 8:00AM
1993 Ford Station Wagon (Ma-
roon)
1FMCA11U2PZA36209
1990 Nissan 4/DR (Gray)
JN1FU21P2LX825106
Auction date, October 28,2006
@ 8:00am
10/19



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR THE 9TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

IN RE:ESTATE OF
RUBY PEARL MERRITT,
DECEASED.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of RUBY PEARL MERRIT, de-
ceased whose date of death was
June 14, 2006, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Orange Coun-
ty,Florida, 425 North Orange'
Ave., Orlando, Florida 32801; file
number 48-2006-CP-002500.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representatives's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims
or demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
and who have been served a copy
of this notice, must file thier
claims with the Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OF THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OFA COPY OFTHIS NOTICE ON
THEM.

All other creditors of the dece-
dent and ofher persons who have
claims or demands against dece-


dent's estate, including unma-
tured, contingent or unliqidated
claims must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PBULICATION 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 AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
FIRST DATE OF PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE IS OCTOBER
12,2006.
Personal Representative
Barbara Raye Dudley
3 Holly Drive
Winter Garden, Fl 34787
Sharon Dudley Adee
12228 Harbor Oaks Drive
Machesney Park, Illinois 61115
Personal Representative's Attor-
ney
William N. Asma, Esquire
FI Bar No. 340367
WILLIAM.N. ASMA P.A.
884 South Dillard Street
Winter Garden, Fl 34787
407-656-5750

10/12/06, 10/19/06

Sly's Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell vehicles pursuant
to subsection 713.78 of the Flori-
da Statutes that on 10/31/06
10:00a.m. at 1195th St., Winter
Garden, FI.407/656-1996. 34787-
3613. Sly's Towing & Recovery
reserves the right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
1995 HOM TRAILER
NOVIN0200133141
1996 CHE GEO METRO
4DR
2C1MR5294T6753751
1996 MER SABLE 4DR
1MELM50U3TG648315
1997 CHE ASTRO VAN .
1GBDM19WXVB123565
2005 YAM MOTORCYCLE
LPRSA20A35A601263
10/19


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehi-
cles will be held on October
31,2006, at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando, FL. 32807
for the towing and storage pur-
suant to F.S. # 713.78. Terms are
cash.

1989 Toyota
Vin#JT2AE98C4K3235908
1998 Dodge
Vin#3B3ES47C4WT213845
MD Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
10/19/2006



NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA


Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the
Winter Garden Planning & Zon-
ing Board will hold a Public Hear-
ing on Monday, November 6,
2006 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon af-
ter as possible, at City Commis-
sion Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, in order to consid-
er the adoption of the following or-
dinance:


ORDINANCE 06-48
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, RE-
ZONING CERTAIN REAL PROP-
ERTY GENERALLY DESCRIBED
AS 0.17 ACRES OF LAND LO-
CATED AT 111 PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE, FROM CITY R-2 TO
CITY C-3; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE

Copies of the proposed ordi-
nances (which includes the legal
description in metes and bounds
of the proposed site) may be in-
spected by the public between
the hours of 8:00 am. and 5:00
p.m. Monday to Friday of each
week at 270 West Plant Street.
For more information, please
contact Regina McGruder at
407-656-4111 ext. 2312.

Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with
respect to the proposed ordi-
nance. Written comments will be
accepted before or at the public
hearings. Any persons wishing
to appeal a decision of the Pub-
lic body should ensure a verba-
tim record of the proceedings is
made.
10/19



NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
Winter Garden Planning & Zon-
ing Board will hold a Public Hear-
ing on Monday, November 6,
2006 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon af-
ter as possible, at City Commis-
sion Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, for a Special Ex-
ception Permit to allow a church
(Zion Lutheran Church) in a
Planned Unit Development (PUD)
Zoning at property located north
of Marsh Road and west of Aval-
on Road Winter Garden, FL, par-
cel identification number 04-23-
27-0000-00-028.
Copies of the proposed request
may be inspected by the public
between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
of each week at 270 West Plant
Street. For more information,
please call Brandon Byers at 656-
4111 ext. 2292:

Any and all objections will be
heard at this time and if no valid
objections are presented to the
contrary, consideration will be
given for granting this request.
You are advised that if a person
decides to appeal any decision
made with respect to any matter
considered at such hearing, then
they will need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made which includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
10/19


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

CITY OF WINTER GAR-
DEN, FLORIDA

Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the
Winter Garden Planning & Zon-
ing Board will hold a Public Hear-
ing on Monday, November 6,
2006 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon af-
ter as possible, at City Commis-
sion Chdmbers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, in order to consid-
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ORDINANCE 06-47
AN ORDINANCE OFTHE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, RE-
ZONING CERTAIN REAL PROP-
ERTY GENERALLY DESCRIBED
AS 0.33 ACRES OF LAND LO-
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Copies of the proposed ordi-
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10/19

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 10-30-06 @ 8:30AM AT
RALPH JOHNSON 24 HOUR
WRECKER SERVICE, 11409 W.
COLONIAL DR. OCOEE, FLORI-
DA. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES
WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH.
SOME OF THE VEHICLES POST-
ED MAY HAVE ALREADY BEEN
RELEASED AND NOT ELIGIBLE
FOR SALVAGE SALE.
93 TOYOTA 4D
VIN# JT2AE09EXPO0001938
2000 HYUN 2D
VIN# KMHCG35GOYU01 7364

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SERVICE RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY
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BIDDING BEGINS AT THE
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CALL 407-656-5617
10/19/06


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
File No. 48-2006-CP-002470-0
THU QUANG HO,
Division 1
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the es-
tate of THU QUANG HO. de-
ceased, whose date of death was
June 25, 2006, File Number 48-
2006-CP-002470-0, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 425 North
Orange Ave., Room 340, Orlan-
do, Florida 32801. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons, who have
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate, on whom a copy
of this notice is required to be
served, must file their claims with
the Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION
OFTHIS NOTICE OFTHIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons who have
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED:
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publication of
this notice is: October 19,2006.
Signed on October 10, 2006.
Matthew R. O'Kane
CUCTHI NGUYEN
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 0894516


753 Scarborough Heights Dr.
Lowndes Drosdick Doster Kan-
tor & Reed, P.A. Orlan-
do, Florida 32828
215 North Eola Drive
Post Office Box 2809
Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: (407)843-4600
10/19, 10/26


STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
FIND
THE TOWN OF OAKLAND
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT
IN COMPLIANCE
DOCKET NO. 06-1-NOI-
4809-(A)-(I)
The Department gives notice of its
intent to find the Amendment to
the Comprehensive Plan for
the Town of Oakland, adopted by
Ordinance No. 2006-10 on
September 25, 2006, IN COM-
PLIANCE, pursuant to Sections
163.3184, 163.3187 and
163.3189, F.S.
The adopted Town of Oakland
Comprehensive Plan Amendment
and the Department's Objections,
Recommendations and Com-
ments Report, (it any), are avail-
able for public inspection Monday
through Friday, except for legal
holidays, during normal business
hours, at the Town of Oakland,
Town Hall, 230 North Tubb
Street, Oakland, Florida 34760.
Any affected person, as defined
in Section 163.3184, F.S., has a
'right to petition for an admin-is-
trative hearing to challenge the
proposed agency determination
that the Amendment to the Town
of Oakland Comprehensive Plan
is In Compliance, as defined in
Subsection 163.3184(1), F.S.
The petition must be filed within
twenty-one (21) days after pub-
lication of this notice, and must
include all of the information and
contents described in Uniform
Rule 28-106.201, F.A.C. The pe-
tition must be filed with the Agen-
cy Clerk, Department of Com-
munity Affairs, 2555 Shumard
Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Flori-
da 32399-2100, and a copy
mailed or delivered to the local
government. Failure to timely file
a petition shall constitute a waiv-
er of any right to request an ad-
ministrative proceeding as a pe-
titioner under Sections 120.569


and 120.57, F.S. If a petition is
filed, the purpose of the admin-
istrative hearing will be to pre-
sent evidence and testimony and
forward a recommended order
to the Department. If no petition
is filed, this Notice of Intent shall
become final agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affect-
ed persons may petition for leave
to intervene in the proceeding.
A petition for intervention must be
filed at least twenty (20) days be-
fore the final hearing and must
include all of the information and
contents described in Uniform
Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. A peti-
tion for leave to intervene shall
be filed at the Division of Ad-
ministrative Hearings, Depart-
ment of Management Services,
1230 Apalachee Parkway. Talla-
hassee, Florida 32399-3060.
Failure to petition to intervene
within the allowed time frame
constitutes a waiver of any right
such a person has to request a
hearing under Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S., or to partici-
pate in the administrative hear-
ing.
After an administrative hearing
petition is timely filed, mediation
is available pursuant to Sub-sec-
tion 163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any
affected person who is made a
party to the proceeding by filing
that request with the administra-
tive law judge assigned by the
Division of Administrative Hear-
ings. The choice of mediation
shall not affect a party's right to
an administrative hearing.

-s-K. Marlene Conaway
Chief of Comprehensive Planning
Division of Community Plan-
ningDepartment of Community
Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, florida 32399-2100
10/19, 10/26


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even a 1/2 bath in one barn, PLUS
immaculate 3/2 DW mobile in Win-
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5 ACRES-MONTVERDE $695,000
4/3 w/great rm plan & fireplace, stain-
less steel appliances & Silestone coun-
ters, 2 car garage & 1+ car detached,
no HOA, horses & RVs ok.


Terri Orr
Daryl Woodhouse
321-299-3189
321-231-0474


3/4 AC S. CLERMONT $369,500
Lakeview & lake access! 3/2 w/large
front porch & screened back porch
w/windows, tile & carpet, large kitchen.
3+ garage w/workshop.


219 Citrus Tower Blvd
242-9200 Clermont FL 34711


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FOR SALE BY OWNER I
Historic North side of Winter Garden within walking distance from downtown
and West Orange Trail. 4br/3 full baths on beautifully landscaped.2+ city lots
with mature fruit trees. Wood burning fireplace in 20x16 family room. Jetted
tub in master bath, front and back porches, all appliances stay (refrigerator,
new smooth top stove, microwave, dishwasher). Irrigation system, deep well,
two heating/cooling zones, two car attached garage, large detached storage
building, ideal for workshop, large boat or a motor home (14x36 with 12' high
garage door). 242 James Dr. Call for appt. (321) 276-0746. $385,000.

Windermere / Ocoee Office: Fn-r --- --. -
2739 Old Winter Garden Rd
Ocoee, FL 34761
407-877-6669
www.universalrealty.org ,

Orlando Office:
407-299-9661 h,6 a
www.depak.com


$$ OUTSTANDING TRAINING $$
$$ MODERN HI-TECH OFFICE $$
$$ HIGH INCOME POTENTIAL $$
$$ LOCATION! LOCATION LOCATION! $$


LAKE ACCESS REDUCED
Oakland area, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large lot. Now $259,500.

L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors. Since 1943 Call 407-656-2223


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CLERMONT CHAIN OF LAKES FRONTAGE.
Affordable lakefront home. 2 story 3/2 1/2 bath home.
Breakfast kitchen, morning patio, mature oaks. Family
room with fireplace, vaulted ceilings, only $399,900.
Call 352-636-5929. Preferredpropgrp@aol.com


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Two buildings, one 2,story, includes nice 28 space parking lot.
Call for appointments, details.
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors. Since 1943 Call 407-656-2223


Historic Downtown One Block From Trail, Restaurants
Truly one of a kind! 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, wood floors, High ceilings, walk-in
pantry, double fireplace, two-story Home built in 1918. Property includes double
corner lot, 660-sq. ft. garage apartment with 3 car garage below, separate Air-con-
ditioned studio, small workshop, and double carport.
Only second time offered for sale since 191
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors 407-656-2223
Serving West Orange County Since 1943. Call for Appointment/details.


For Sale 323 Courtlea Oaks Blvd.
Stunning 2 story Victoria House 4100 sft, 4/3/2, 2 balconies, gazebos, 2 gas fireplaces, huge
game room with pool table, 2 sheds in a 1/3 acre. Lots of upgrades, ex-model home.
Please call Carmen at 407-448-5243. EXIT Real Estate Professionals.


HOME FOR SALE VALENCIA SHORES
Beautiful 3/2 located in desirable Winter Garden neighborhood.
Fresh paint, new dishwasher and hot water heater, frig and.stove stay.
2181 sq ft. living area with large rear porch and several mature oaks.
Showing by appt only. Recently reduced to $279,000.00
407-353-8986 leave message 10/19


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407-761-9908
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SUMMIT GREENS-CLERMONT
Warm and cozy describes this
2BR/2BA home in the active adult
community of Summit Greens. This
home features an extended master
w/bay window and crown molding in
family room. Community features in-
clude a 28,000 sq. ft. clubhouse and
fitness, indoor/outdoor pool, 24 hr.
manned security and more, not to
mention it sits adjacent to the Diamond
Players Club for golf lovers. Offered @
$239,000. MLS#04711200


THE HAMPTONS
METROWEST
This charming 3BR/2BA pool home
is situated among mature oaks in a
desirable southwest neighborhood.
Split floor plan lends itself to
entertaining and privacy. Excellent
schools, close to shopping and
major highways, but still tucked
away in quiet location. Offered @
$375,000. MLS#04695106

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KELLER
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R E A L T Y
rlando, FL 32819


3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms. 18x1 8 Tiles + Carpeting. Wide Driveway for ail
types of vehicles. Housing under a 1504 SF new roof. Central A/C 10/19
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Winter garden charming 2bed/lbath home with living and dining.
Laundry room, 1 car garage and carport, screened porch. $154,500

Clermont Townhouse 1340 sq ft 3bed/2bath and 1 car, new
carpet, close to shopping. $205,000

Howey large 3bed/2bath and 3 car, fenced yard, corner lot, wood
flooring and carpet. $250,000

Clermont Gated Community. 3bed/2bath/3 car side entry, family
and dining, privacy fenced yard, oversize screened porch. $349,900

Clermont near sugarloaf, bring your horses, 3/2 home on 5 acres all
fenced, large deck, front porch and screened patio. $385,000

Groveland north, Outdoor paradise, log cabin home on 5 acres with
conservation in back, detached building, pole barn and more.
$399,000

Clermont Lake access gated community. New home 3/3 with 3 car
with lots of upgrades, tile roof, family, dining. Living, $434,500

Sugarloaf mtn rd. breathtaking views from wrap around porch,
custom built 3/2 with pool on 2.5 acres, stone fireplace, 1250 sq ft
workshop. $699,000

Windermere, large 2 story home on direct fells Cove Lake
5bed/3bath and 3 car garage, over 3700 sq ft under air. $719,000

Monverde 2 lots available 1/2 acre lot each $129,000

Clermolit lake access gated community 1/3 acre $132,500
Clermont 1/2 acre lakefront lot $249,900
Osprey Pointe direct lakefront 1 acre lot $490,000
Beauclair ranch 8 acres direct canalfront $599,000

Vacant Land:
Montverde 1/2 acre lot with lakeview $225,000
Montverde Magnolia Terrace 1/2 acre lot $350,000

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SPat Sharr Realty BUYING A NEW HOME?
Pat Sharr Realt
40-66 -4 SELLING YOUR HOME?
^ 407-656-7947
MultiMillion Dollar Producer PLEASE CALL ME!

1 i [B patshan-@aol.com 407-948-1326






JUST LISTED!!! ,
NO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION HERE... THIS IS A BEAUTY... SIT-
UATED ON 2 LOTS IN OCOEE WITH TREES AND PLENTY OF ROOM HOW'S THIS FOR VALUE???
FOR BOAT OR RV... IMMACULATE CONDITION IS THIS 3 BDRM., 2 WOW!' WHATAA BUY!!! JUST REMODELED... NEW CARPET, NEW PAINT,
BA. WITH LARGE LIVING/GREAT ROOM, EAT IN KITCHEN, INSIDE
LAUNDRY ROOM WITH PLENTY OF ROOM FOR STORAGE... NEWWINDOW COVERINGS, NEW CABINETS & COUNTERTOP. ALLAP-
SCREENED PORCH AND 1 YR. OLD ABOVE GROUND POOL WITH PLIANCES STAY!!! 3 BDRM., 1 & 1/2 BATHS, LARGE LIVING/GREAT
DECK... YOU HAVE TO SEE IT TO BELIEVE IT... BACK YARD IS COM- ROOM, DINING ROOM HAS CERAMIC TILE, FENCED YARD, UTILITY
PLETELY FENCED PLUS AN EXTRA LARGE ALUMINUM SHED.. ASK- ROOM, LANDSCAPED YARD... ASKING ONLY $159,900
ING ONLY $269,900








MORE FOR YOUR MONEY!!! SO MUCH FOR SO LITTLE!!!
REMODELED BEAUTY AND A MUST SEE!!! DECORATOR TOUCHES MAKES THIS A 3 BDRM., 2 BA., FRESHLY PAINTED, ALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES STAY, ALL WIN-
DREAM HOME WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES IN KITCHEN THAT ARE STAY- DOW COVERINGS STAY, EXCELLENT BUY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF HIGHER
ING, INSIDE LAUNDRY ROOM. FORMAL LIVING & DINING, BREAKFAST NOOK, FAM- PRICED HOMES. THIS HOME FEATURES A LARGE LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM,
ILY ROOM WITH GORGEOUS BRICK FIREPLACE, BONUS ROOM/OFFICE/DEN/PLAY KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST BAR, SCREENED LANAI, FENCED BACK YARD, 2 CAR
ROOM. THIS HOME IS 2100 SQ. FT. OF LIVING, 3 BDRM., 2 BA. ASKING ONLU $289,900. GARAGE. ASKING ONLY $189,900.


YOUR FINEST OPPORTUNITY! JUST LISTED!!!
BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY IN GATED COMMUNITY WITH 4 BR., 3 BA., BONUS RM, LOFT, FORMAL MAGNOLIA SPRINGS WATERFRONT WITH ALMOSTAN ACRE OF PROPERTY... OWNERSHAVE
BEEN TRANSFERRED AND NEED TO SELL.. THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A FANTASTIC
LIVING & DINING, FAMILY RM, BREAKFAST NOOK, SCREENED LANAI W/18X32 SPARKLING HOME WITH DECORATOR COLORS... HOME HAS BEEN REMODELED AND IS WAITING FOR A
HEATED POOL, PRIVACY FENCED BACK YARD. CORNER LOT WI/LUSH LANDSCAPING! THIS BUYER...FORMAL LIVING ROOM WITH WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, DINING ROOM, FAMILY
HOME IS IN IMMACULATE CONDITION, ALL APPLIANCES STAY! MASTER BDRM. IS DOWN- ROOM, BREAKFAST NOOK, INSIDE LAUNDRY, SCREENED PORCH, FENCED BACK YARD WITH
STAIRS, DECORATOR COLORS! OVER 3200 SQ.FT. OF LIVINGI! ASKING ONLY $484,900. STORAGE SHED, WALK OUT ON YOUR DOCK AND GO FISHING...ASKING ONLY $276,000.


WINTER GARDEN.
2br/2.5ba Townhome
Gated community,
pool & club house
Like new.$1,125/mo


MINNEOLA
3br/2ba
Excellent Condition
$1,150/Mo


WINTER GARDEN
4br/2.5ba
Brand New
$1,400/Mo

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Call Days or
Evenings

www.serenorealty.com

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VACANT LOT
Build your own dream home.
Vacant lot 50x173 Close to
downtown Winter Garden and
West Orange Trail.
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WINTER GARDEN
S32 home close to downtown and
West Orange Trail. Remodeled
and new appliances outside brick
grill and patio.


OCOEE POOL HOME
3/2 with large family room. Handi-
capped modified. Close to golf
course, West Oaks Mall and 429
Express Way.
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LAKE CONWAY SHORES AREA Fully renovated, w/wood firs, stn-
less apple, wash/dry. Lovely landscaped grounds, great community,
close to OIA, shopping & entertainment-priced below developer.
1D=9608
$144,500
Call 407-992-5030


EMERALD ISLAND RESORT Spacious 3 BD, 2.5 BA, open floor plan
w/large rooms in a gated community. All appliances & furnishings con-
vey. See Disney fireworks from your front door! ID=2804
$225,000
Call 407-992-5030


EXQUISITE SUMMERPORT HOME Windermere 4 BD, 2.5 BA home
overlooks a golf course & several ponds beyond its large backyard
retreat. 42" cabinets, marble countertops, stainless steel appliances,
tile & more upgrades! ID=0087
$429,900
Call 407-354-1060


ELEGANT WINDERMERE HOME Two-story 5 BD, 3.5 BA pond front
home w/tranquil pool atmosphere. 1 st floor master suite, split bed-
room plan & bonus room upstairs. Screened porch, irrigation sys-
tem & mature landscaping. ID=9328
$629,000
Call 407-354-1060


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COUNTRY LIVING AT IT'S BEST! Just Minutes from 436 in Apop-
ka. Like new completely remodeled 3 BD, 2 BA on 1.5 Acres. Zoned
A-1. Fenced, very private and wooded. 1488 sq ft! ID=9768
$339,500
Call 407-352-0520


EXPECT TO BE IMPRESSED This is a 2 BD, 2 BA beauty w/tile through- DR. PHILLIPS ELEGANCE Mediterranean 6 BD, 6 BA home on a
out, fireplace, newly painted, screened enclosed patio and all the spacious lot. Loaded with upgrades: Granite Counter Tops, Washed
right touches to make this a must have. ID=1474 Maple Cabinets, Plantation Shutters...and much more. MUST SEE!
$153,900 ID=4327
Call 407-352-0520 $799,000
Call 407-354-1060


NO HOME OWNER ASSOCIATION
4i3 home near Clark Rd. and
West Oaks Mall. Home has 2
master suites with large lot and
enclosed pool.


COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST!
Lovely 4br/3ba home on 2.45
acres. Houses allowed.
Apopka-Clarcona area.


Ruby Fleming Cell: 407-616-0297
Home: 407-656-1802 Office: 407-877-6928
centralfloridahomesonline.com
34 E. Plant St. Winter Garden, FL


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Sheri L. Loiacono Lisa Bennett
Broker/Owner Broker/Owner


FELL THE LOVE That went into taking care of this beautiful 4 BD, 2 ENJOY THE CONSERVATION PRIVACY Enjoy the privacy of this 4
BA, pool home with 36 x 24 screen room, indoor laundry, Office BD, 3 BA with bonus that backs up to a Peaceful Conservation Lot.
and Bonus Room. ID=0547 Room for family members to have their own space. A Great find!
$264,900 ID=1851
Call 407-352-0520 $455,000
Call 407-352-0520


WONDERFUL POOL HOME A Lot of Home for your Money! 4 BD, WATCH SUNSETS W/POND VIEW Stunning Windermere home
2 BA, Pool Home, Formal Living Room, Dining Room & Family with $100K worth of upgrades! Interior defines luxurious! Crown mold-
Room w/1737 sqft of living space. 2 Car Garage. Lots of Extras! ing, French doors, granite countertops, designer cabinets & over-
ID=9823 sized porch overlooks pond! ID=7654
$259,900 $349,900
Call 407-352-0520 Call 407-354-1060


I nI MAHIBU
A highly sought after area of N. Winter Garden. This
4/Bed 3/Bath home is stunning. (2) master suites
on each end. Volume ceilings, open and inviting
kitchen overlooks family room w/fireplace too.
Very quaint neighborhood and this one overlooks
Lake Apopka! Priced to be yours at $378.500.
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REMINGTON OAKS!
Ocoee's finest! Well kept4/Bed 3/Bath 3/car garage.
home on oversized PVC fenced in Backyard.Ma-
ture Oak trees abound! Soaring ceilings& Family
rm overlooks eat-in kitchen too. Great Family home
with room to roam! Sellers are relocating. Priced
to sell at $375,000.


YOU'RE ALMOST HOME!
Oakland 3/2 home on large lot (125X150) PLUS
sep. building lot (75X125) REDUCED...both
for only $349,000. New Colina Plaza center and
Oakland Park neighborhood (both to come soon
in Oakland) make this a great opportunity!


BRAND NEW OCOEE LISTING! EUSTIS
CoLme ee i uhis BediLl Bath home Great ircni.'n Hid 4 Bramd Ne'. Homes -O)nl\ 1 Lenfi HFii. APOPKA ERROL ESTATES!
poperN Ernlo'ed Jp,.rc[h ni hold 3"rd bedr,. m r 1to get rL is 3 bedroom 2 bath s tb h form.il ,. ..' 1 b ." .i...,,.i.. r .
In' ,lore N e Pl t, p, I e o uh 1'.e LTt'lo' i d ,I tt --
inocloset Ne I, painted ouLtide L t_ ,-,t ttle vting and iormAl dining plus familrrm, iith .. -.ru i .. ,.,',J ',',,..',,,, ,-, ....
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ROOM FOR THE IN-LAWS Mother-in-law suite w/private bath, wet
bar & separate entrance. Large fenced backyard, FL Room, detached
garage/workshop & separate gardener shed. Being sold As-Is. ID=9303
$205,900
Call 407-352-0520


INVESTORS DREAM Double lot with 1 BD, 1 BA bungalow perfect
for investors. Across the street from new elementary and performing
arts high school. This property won't last long! ID=1814
$135,000
Call 407-352-0520


GREAT LOCATION!
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Jen) Berner 407-432-1700
Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
Lillian Feliciano 407-375-9741
Ron Gianl 407-468-2952
Paula Haniot -107-298-7750


LEASING NOW~'!
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Ewrcumle Office Sufte for lc-r.~


Rhonda Meagher 407-721-3306
Ouida Meeks 407-491-3000
Carl Parker 407-484-5252
lliana Ramos 407-832-9312
lMaiy Pih 407-291-6947


NEW ON THEt MARKET GROVELAND
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Bill Staugh 407-716-3010
Ralph Suggs 407-947-6188
Brenda Gooch Vander Pol
407-256-3704
Thelma Wills 352-406-9080


Windsor Realty Group, Inc. 160 Main St. Winter Garden, FL 34787


BEAUTIFUL "PULTE" HOME 5 BD, 3.5 BA, 2 story, pool home in A RARE FIND IN SUMMERPORT Brunswick 3 BD, 2 BA Bungalow
gated community. Home has gourmet kitchen, family room, bonus w/oversized corner lot. Stainless appliances, 42"cabinets, ceramic tile,
room, formal living & dining. 3500 sq ft. Call for details. ID=4251 tray ceilings, privacy fence w/brick paver covered patio. 1D=4808
$590,000 $349,900
Call 407-352-0520 Call 407-354-1060




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BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY IN THE
CITY LIMITS OF WEBSTER
Zoned 4 per acre! 1.1 Acre for $49,900.- 2.4
Acre for $99,900 or 3.5 Total Acres for
$149,800. Ready to build your home or mo-
bile! Call Today!!! MLS#4602840, #4602843,
#460285. CALL GAIL BARNARD 352-603-
3583


IF YOUR LOOKING FOR ONE OF
THE NICEST 5 ACRE TRACTS
In Sumter County, this is it!!! All High & Dry
property on a paved road.There are Mild Deed
Restrictions to protect your investments!
$120,000. MLS#G4606099. CALL KATHY
THOMPSON 352-408-6500


ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
5 ACRE TRACT PARCELS
IN SUMTER COUNTY
Offers Gorgeous Grandfather Oaks on this High &
Dry fenced property on a paved road. Mild Deed
Restrictions to protect your investments! $125,000.
MLS#G4605968. CALL KATHY THOMPSON
352-408-6500


4+ ACRES
JUST OFF STATE ROAD 471
All High & Dry with small Pond on property. Qui-
et & Private! $125,000. MLS#G4608373. CALL
LETHA COSSON 352-250-3276


2BR/2BA WOOD FRAME HOME
Sits on 75X100 Lot in Lake Panasoffkee. New
ceramic tile & additional carport. Motivated
seller- Bring offer! This will not last long!
$127,000. MLS#G4609804. CALL CINDY
TOMPKINS 352-457-1030


GORGEOUS 5 ACRES
OF PASTURE LAND
Rolling Hills, all High & Dry. Easy commute
to Tampa via 1-75. Deed restricted site built
homes only!!! $149,900. MLS#G4610208.
CALL LETH\ COSSON 352-250-3267


NEED MORE ROOM?
HERE IT IS!!!
This 3BR/3BA Home has over 2300 sq.ft. of living
space with a bonus room on the back & lots of ex-
tras. This sits on 5 BEAUITFUL ACRES. Plenty
. T.:t.-.m i.r u-ic '.imii peNi. Br.u r.' .m ,n back
$239.90., MLuS- ,i'SI C.-iLL M XRYV NN
MERRITT 52.63e,.3-33


COUNTRY LIVING!
THIS 4BR/2BA HOME ON
10.5 BEAUTIFUL ACRES
comes w/an above ground pool & workshop.
Also has a gazebo w/electric. Property is fenced
& cross fenced, down a dead end street.
$389,900. MLS#G4610511. CALL
MARYANN MERRITT 352-636-3733


2003-3BR/2BA HOME
ON 25 ACRES
Home has wood flooring & energy efficient
hot water system! GREAT INCOME w/plant-
ed pines that can be harvested at maturity.
$575,000. MLS#4610514. CALL CINDY
TOMPKINS 352-457-10301


BEAUTIFUL 2005- 3BD/2BA STILT
HOME ON KEATON BEACH
95% Complete w/a beautiful floor plan & a
very nice view of the Gulf & Marsh. Sits on
a deep canal that leads out to the Gulf Of Mex-
ico. $1,399,000. MLS#G4609224. CALL
CINDY TOMPKINS 352-457-1030


ACREAGE- HIGHWAY
FRONTAGE
.89 ACRES, zoned C2, corner lot on CR 470.
$174,900. MLS# G4592665. CALL RYAN
HEITMAN 407-497-68SSS


A MUST SEE!
10 acres on a paved road in an area of nice
homes. Property is deed restricted. $250,000
MLS#G4602662. CALL LETHA COSSON
352-250-3267


THIS 3/2 COULD BE YOURS!
This is a 3Br/2Ba Dream Home waiting to be
your home on 5 acres. Built in 1999 with a
large pole barn & storage building. Has a great
pasture for the horses/cattle. $399,900.
MLS#G4603457. CALL LETHA COSSON
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BEAUTIFUL 34.65 ACRES
Sits on Highway Frontage in a great location in
Webster. Property has a older 3Bd/2Ba home with
rental tenants in place. Will not last at this price!!!
$597,000. MLS#G4600919. CALL MARYANN
MERRITT 352-636-3.33


RETIRED HUNTING CAMP!!!
60 ACRES VACANT LAND
deeded in 2 parcels (40/20). Close to the State For-
est & wooded with tall cypress & pine trees. Cell
tower lease on western 5 acres with monthly in-
come. Quiet & Private!!! $1,440,000.
MLS#G4601185. CALL LETHA COSSON
352-250-3267


READY FOR THE FAMILY!!!
THIS 3BR/2BA HOME
sits on HI ACRE with a large fenced in back yard.
There is plenty of room for the children to play.
Would make a great home for first time buyers. Will
not last at this price! $179,900. MLS#4610047.
CALL MARYANN MERRITT 352-636-3733


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LOOKING FOR PRIVACY?
This 2Br/2Ba HOME sits on 10 BEAUTIFUL ACRES
down a dead end road. Fenced & Cross Fenced with Ig.
Oaks & Pines & open pasture land for the horses. Home
needs some TLC & no HOA dues or Deed restrictions.
$279,900. MLS#G4608575. CALL MARYANN
MERRITT 352-636-3733. MITCHELL STIEFEL
352-516-8664


UNIQUE PROPERTY
This peninsula offers you an open view to beau-
tiful Lake Panasoffkee. Beautiful 3 Br/2Ba
Home w/detached garage on 1 acre of lavi-
ously landscaped property w/canals on both
sides. $399,900. MLS#G4608369. CALL
LETHA COSSON 352-250-3267


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ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING
3BR/2.5BA HOME
Magnificent 2 story home w/barn on 9.38
ACRES of large grandfather oaks. This is some
of the most beautiful acreage in Florida. Bring
the horses!!! $749,900. MLS#G4598139.
CALL GAIL BARNARD 352-603-3583


90 ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL
PASTURE LAND
All High & Dry with wells & a pond.Easy
Access! Can be split into 10 acre tracts. Area
of Homes Only!!! $1,800,000.
MLS#G4605617. CALL LETHA COSSON
352-250-3267


3BR/2BA HOME ON 1+ ACRES
Has a large workshop with full bath. Many
fruit trees & mature landscaping. $205,000.
MLS#G4601824. CALL LETHA COSSON
352-250-3267


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COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST
3BR/2BA Home on 1 ACRE of land for the
kids to enjoy! Home has lots of Tile, Metal
Roof, Oversized Garage & over 3000 sq ft
under roof. Come choose your own colors!
$329,900. MLS#G4609262. CALL LETHA
COSSON 352-250-3267


BEAUTIFUL 1600 SQ FT
3BR/2BA HOME
w/a 3 bay garage ( w/alarm) on 2 ACRES Of
gorgeous, manicured/maintained riverfront
view property. Has some beautiful large
grandfather oaks around property. $437,500.
MLS#G4609385. CALL RYAN HEITMAN
407-497-6888


PARADISE FOUND!!!
Gorgeous 4BR/2.5BA BLOCK HOME- sit-
uated on 15 ACRES Covered with Grandfa-
ther Oaks. Many, Many, Extras!
$775,000. MLS#G4609429. CALL LETHA
COSSON 352-250-3267


2BR/2BA CB/BRICK HOME
ON 2 CANALS LOTS
Has a tiled, screened Florida room w/ a huge de-
tached garage/workshop. An above ground pool
& a boat dock. Come enjoy the view!!! $239,900.
MLS#G4610014. CALL CINDY TOMPKINS
352-457-1030


3BR/2BA HOME IN MASCOTTE
Comes with 2 car detached garage & sits on just un-
der an acre of land. Home NOT in subdivision so
you do have you privacy!!! PRICE RIGHT TO
SELL, so get it while it's here because it will not
last long at this price!!! $210,000.
MLS#G4609673. CALL MARYANN MER-
RITT 352-636-3733. MITCHELL STIEFEL
352-516-8664


UNUSUAL & UNIQUE!!!
4BR/2.5BA HOMvE -Has in ground pool, stone
fireplace & over 3500 sq. ft. heated space w/de-
tached 4 car garage. All sits on 3.12 Acres.
$375,000. MLS#G4602726. CALL LETHA
COSSON 352-250-3267


EASY LEESBURG COMMUTE!
3BR/2BA HOME built in 2005.5 acres of pri-
vacy! Has granite counter tops & wood floor-
ing in home with many more extras!!!
$459,900. MLS#4605382. CALL LETHA
COSSON 352-250-3267


THIS COULD BE YOUR
PONDEROSA!
20 acres with 2300 + sq.ft. 3Br/2.5Ba brick
home. Has large workshop & 2 RV Hookups.
Sits on a paved road. $850,000.
MLS#G4597748. CALL LETHA COS-
SON 352-250-3267


BEAUTIFUL 4/2
SITTING ON
10 GORGEOUS ACRES
Stone fireplace very well kept. CB built
2004. 1500 sq. ft. workshop heated and
cooled. $629,900. MLS#G4610299
CALL: Shelly Mauldin 352-303-3403