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

Free family
Halloween Bash
at Camp Ithiel
Families who are looking for
something safe and fun to do this
Halloween are invited to a Hal-
loween Bash at Camp Ithiel in
Gotha on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from
7-9 p.m..
The Adrenaline Student Min-
istries grdup will host the fes-
tivities, which include a treasure
hunt, costume contest with prizes
such as restaurant gift certifi-
cates and trick-or-treat goodies.
It will be a night of thrills and
chills.
Camp Ithiel is at 2037 Hempel
Ave., Gotha. For more details,
call Nolan with Adrenaline at
407-247-5754.

Trick-or-treat
for the hungry
Students from Ocoee High
School will be knocking on
doors Halloween night from 6-8
p.m. in select communities in
Ocoee to collect non-perishable
food items to- benefit the Edge-
,iood Children;'s Ranch.
Donations can be cel outside
lruont door- b\ those fainilcs that
i\ Ill no% be at home and can also
be sent in '. ith students. Fliers
\ ill be deih\ered to the paiulci-
Spaling communities.
For more information, call
S407-905-3000, Ext. 4232.

Fall Festival and
Costume Parade
The Windermere Parks and
Recreation Committee will host
the annual Fall Fesnt al and Chil-
dren's Costume Parade this Sat-
urday, Oct..28, at 9:45 a.m. on
the basketball courts. Children
will receive trick-or-treat good-
ies 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.

Kids Halloween
dance at
Stoneybrook West
Stones brook West Golf Club-
house is holding a Halloween
dance for children this Friday,
Oct. 27, from 6-9 p.m. The event
is open to the public, and the
clubhouse in\ iles thecommuni-
It for food and fanuly fun. It will
include a kids costume contest,
a disc jockey pla. ing children's,
music and Hallow\een songs, a
hght sho\% and glow\ sticks
The golf clubhouse is at 15501
To\wn Commons Blvd. across
from VWhisperng Oak Elemen-
tar. School. For information. call
40/7-877-7129 .

The Haunted Library
at West Oaks
The West Oaks Library in
Ocoee ill become the Haunt-
ed Library this 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.

Festival at St. Jude
St. Jude Catholic Church,
5555 Dr. Phillips Blvd., is hav-
ing a weekend of festivities, in-
cluding bingo, costume contest,
judging of carved pumpkins, a
raffle and a silent auction. For
details, call 407-363-7405.


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McManus, Precourt compete

for state house seat Nov. 7


Downtown will be rockin', rollin' and swaying
Winter Garden's inaugural music festival hits downtown Plant Street this
Friday and Saturday with an array of musical styles something for
everyone's tastes. For details on the event, including the musical line-
up, afternoon workshops and vendors, see the special 24-page insert
promoting the festival in this week's issue of 'The West Orange Times.'


The District 41 race
for the Florida House will
be decided by voters in the
General Election.

By Mary Anne Swickerath

Residents of Florida Congressional
District 41 will have a new representa-
tive in the State Legislature after the
Nov. 7 General Election. Two political
newcomers vying for former Rep.
Randy Johnson's seat are Democrat Bill
McManus and Republican Steve Pre-
court.
McManus, a native of Boston, is new
to Florida politics, having moved to
Winter Garden five or six months ago
after living in Clay County with his fam-
ily for five years. His wife, Maryanne,
and their two daughters are still living
in Clay County but plan to move to
West Orange in the near future.
An attorney and accountant, Mc-
Manus earned degrees in management
and accounting from Bentley College
in Massachusetts before graduating
from the New England School of Law.
Precourt was born and raised in West
Orange County and has served as chair-
man of the West Orange Political Al-
liance, the West Orange/South Lake
Transportation Task Force and the Or-
ange County Development Advisory


Road construction coming back to Windermere


Traffic slowdowns
are likely to occur as
workmen begin reshaping
curbs on Main Street.

By Kathy Aber

This time last year, the drive iune
through downtown Windermere had
returned to a predictable pace. An al-
most yearlong renovation of Main
Street was at an end, and the town cel-
ebrated the project completion with an
old-fashioned festival and parade in
December.
Downtown Project Manager Don
Greer started his report to the Town
Council Oct. 10 with some good news
before discussing and preparing the
elected officials for road closures and
the curb repair work ahead.
He said the last remaining part of
the downtown renovation, installing
underground utilities, is now complete.
All power lines and cable for televi-
sion and telephone have been suc-
cessfully. installed underground
throughout the downtown area, and the
telephone poles will soon be a thing of
the past. Florida Power will be re-
moving the poles in the next few


weeks.
But Greer said there are still a cou-
ple of unresolved problems that require
attention.
After hearing complaints from res-
idents and other drivers over the last
10 months, the Town Council deter-
mined that two curbed triangles adja-
cent to the roundabouts at Fifth Av-
enue and at Sixth Avenue are too tight
for motorists to navigate easily, espe-
cially those driving large trucks.
Some residents and at least one coun-
cil member questioned why the land-
planning firm wasn't obligated to cor-
rect the curbing.
"I think the design is correct," Coun-
cil Member Stephen Withers, an ar-
chitect, told fellow council members
at the most recent meeting.
"When I talked to Canin [the land-
planning firm that designed the down-
town project], they were hoping they
could reverse the flow of traffic inside
the Ready Market [parking lot]."
But that is private property, said
Withers, and the owner rejected the
traffic redesign.
"The plan was not to have people
make that sharp curve onto West Main.
...I think this plan actually as it's built
works, but it's just very uncomfortable


for larger cars," said Withers.
"I think it's uncomfortable for reg-
ular cars," said Council Member Bob
Sprick.
"It's uncomfortable, but it's not un-
doable," said Withers. "It's doable, but
it takes a little bit of extra skill and time
and trying."
In discussion, Council Member Jen-
nifer Roper asked if landscaping com-
panies or people pulling boats had dif-
ficulty with the curbing or got stuck in
that section of the street.
Greer responded that "anyone
pulling a trailer" has a more difficult
time.
"But the beer truck [making deliveries
to the Ready Market] is also a big prob-
lem," said Greer. "The beer truck just
goes across the curb."
Laughter broke out as the council
joked about the need to protect beer
deliveries in town.
The council ended the discussion
and voted 4-1, with Roper casting the
dissenting vote, to accept a bid from
Gibbs and Register for $26,600 to re-
move and relocate both sections of
curbing.
Greer said the expense for demolition,

(See Windermere, 16A)


Ocoee sets hearing on annexation of 111 acres


By Mary Anne Swickerath


In a short meeting last week, the
Ocoee City Commission held the first
reading of a proposed ordinance to an-
nex 111 acres of land to be used for a
new subdivision of several hundred
homes. The project, which will be
known as Whispering Pines, is locat-
ed northwest of Clarcona-Ocoee Road
and southeast of the Forest Lake Golf
Club course.
The property, which is in unincor-
porated Orange County, is currently a
wooded, vacant tract, originally an un-
developed part of an old mobile home
park.
The second reading and public hear-


ing for this annexation will be held Nov.
7, the City Commission's next regu-
larly scheduled meeting.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
announced that free rat traps were
available at City Hall for anyone in the
northwest section of Ocoee who is ex-
periencing a rodent infestation. Ac-
cording to Mayor Scott Vandergrift,
five citizens have come in to pick up
traps.
reappointed Gordon Applegate,
Mary Barber and Veronica Royce to
new two-year-terms on the Parks and
Recreation Advisory Board.
approved funds for the city's senior
program that pays monthly water and


solid waste fees for 184 resident senior
citizens who were part of the program
before it was frozen. The total cost of
the program for the new fiscal year is
$77,100.
approved the radio service agree-
ment with Motorola Inc. to service the
city's 800 MHz radio system at a cost
of $27,683.
congratulated the organizers of the
early Ocoee Founders' Day events, the
5K walk and run, the golf tournament
(which drew 144 golfers) and the pok-
er run, all of which were big successes.
issued three proclamations. October
is I Love Ocoee Month. Oct. 23-31 is
Red Ribbon Week. Oct. 28-Nov. 5 is
National Family Week.


Got your costume ready for W.G. Halloweenfest?


Ready to be tricked? Prepared to
be scared?
The city of Winter Garden is host-
ing its annual downtown Hal-
loweenfest on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from
6-9 p.m. A haunted house, trick-or-
treating with the merchants, a cos-
tume 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 win-
ners.
This popular annual event draws
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-eat-
ing contests, carnival games, guess-
ing contests, hole-in-one golf, bal-
loon darts, prize wheels, ring toss and


duck ponds.
Entry fee is $25. For details, call the
Winter Garden Recreation Depart-
ment at 407-656-4155.


: Frights planned at
American Legion's haunted house
The American Legion Post 63 is sponsoring a haunted house Oct. 27,
28 and 31 from 6-10p.m. This spooky fun is.set up in cooperation \ ith
the',Winter Garden Recreatioi Deparrment and Heritage Foundation.
'.Te.'cpst is $3, and funds raised Mx ill go to the Veterans Emergency
Relief Fund and the Sons of the American Legion Squadron 63 for lo-
cal children's programs.
The Hugh T. Gregory postis at 271 W. Plant St., downtown Winter
Garden.


BILL McMANUS
Board.
A University of Florida graduate, he
is a licensed Florida professional engi-
neer and is a partner in the Dyer, Rid-
dle, Mills and Precourt engineering firm.
He and his wife, Lisa, and their five
children live in Windermere.

Bill McManus
McManus said he is running for state
representative because he is "sick and
tired of out-of-control insurance pre-
miums, traffic congestion and politi-


cians that line their pockets with spe-
cial-interest money and ignore the vot-
ers."
He strongly supports campaign fi-
nance reform to put a stop to what he
refers to as "special-interest money"
that buys the support and votes of politi-
cians.
A four-term member of the Mas-
sachusetts Legislature, McManus's im-
portant issues also include education,

(See Vote, 3A)


Experience Oakland's

history and nature

Sat. at Heritage Festival

By Amy Quesinberry

The ninth annual Oakland Heritage Festival is this Saturday, Oct.
28, and the town and its nature preserve have joined forces to share
the 119-year history of the town and pay tribute to its natural and cul-
tural heritage.
The Oakland Heritage Festival is a fund-raising effort between the
Oakland Nature Preserve and the town of Oakland to bring folks to-
gether to recognize the town's history and the role that 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 site is named for the first settler, James Gam-
ble Speer, who arrived in the area in the 1850s as a member of the In-
dian Removal Commission.
The festival will feature the annual dessert bake-off and chili cookoff,
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."
The town of Oakland has a rich history; many of its residents to-
day are descendants of the earliest pioneers.
The town is looking for residents who were born in Oakland. Of-
ficials are making a DVD of the residents' recorded memories and will
be available at Town Hall during the festival.
For more information about the project, call Town Hall at 407-
656-1117. One of the highlights is narrated eco-boat tours of Lake Apop-
ka. 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.
This year's silent auction will provide some great packages. Auc-
tion items include rounds of golf at local courses, theme park tickets,
a one-week stay at a beach house on Anna Maria Island, manatee
tours and a sunset cruise, gift certificates for restaurants and plants,
newspaper advertising, vehicle maintenance, gift baskets, artwork,
movie theater passes and salon and spa treatments.
Guests can bid from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. during the festival. All pro-
ceeds will go directly to the Oakland Nature Preserve.
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

(See Oakland, 3A)




Reading Reindeer 2007 campaign
kick-off coming next week


The West Orange Times will con-
tinue its holiday Reading Reindeer
tradition for the ninth year with a kick-
off article in next week's edition. The
newspaper is encouraging program
supporters to begin planning for this
year's book drive. Through this ef-
fort, the Times has been working to
improve the literacy skills of West Or-
ange County youngsters.
Through donations from readers,
needy children in the community will
receive the gift of a new book for
Christmas. Several local locations are
being set up to receive the book do-
nations. In addition, the Times plans to
continue its books-for-newborns dis-
tribution at Health Central hospital.
There will be opportunities for busi-
nesses, churches, local service clubs,
schools and individuals to get involved


as Reading Reindeer supporters.
The Times has won four awards for
this ongoing literacy effort and looks
forward to continued community sup-
port for this holiday tradition. For
more information or to help with this
year's drive, call the Times office at
407-656-2121.








2A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 26, 2006


Obituaries


EVELYN I. ALTMAN, 86, Winter Gar-
den, died Friday, Oct. 20. She was
born in Waycross, Ga., and moved to
Central Florida in 1953. She worked as
a deputy registrar for the Orange
County Vital Statistics Department.
She was a member of Calvary Bap-
tist Church, Winter Garden. she was a
former Pink Lady at West Orange Hos-
pital. She was preceded in death by
her husband, Roy, and her sons,
Roger, Bruce and Dennis. Survivors:
daughter-in-law, Ann, Longwood; sis-
ter, Lois Ponsell, Jacksonville; grand-
daughter, Rogann Cameron, Long-
wood; 3 great-grandchildren; 1 great-
great-grandchild. Loomis Family Fu-
neral Home, Apopka.
RICHARD G. AMICK SR., 84, Win-
dermere, died Thursday, Oct. 19. He
was born in
1922 in his
parents' home
near Leesville, -
S.C., into a
family of 7
sons and 1 P
daughter. He
graduated .
from Newber-
ry College,
Newberry,
S.C., in 1944.
He served as
a flight instructor in the Army Air Corps
during World War II and was honor-
ably discharged as an officer. He was
the founder of Amick Construction
Company and served as its president
until he retired in 1977. He was an avid
fisherman, pilot, golfer, hunter and out-
doorsman and traveled extensively.
Survivors: wife of nearly 60 years,
Christine Wimmer Amick; children,
Kathy Amick (and Tom) Cardwell, Lau-
rie Amick (and Paul) Jarrett, Richard
G. Jr., Roger S.; brother, Chevis, Co-
tulla, Texas; sister, Barbara Amick
Nivens, Leesville; 10 grandchildren; 2
great-grandchildren. Memorial dona-
tions can be made to Christ The King
Lutheran Church, 4962 Apopka-
Vineland Road, Orlando 32819. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter
Garden; Dr. Phillips Cemetery.
EMIL JOSEPH "JOE" BRIERE, 55,
Ocoee, died at Vitas House of Winter
Park on Oct. 17 following a massive
stroke after surgery. He was born in
1951 in Riverside, R.I. He served in
the U.S. Army during Vietnam and was
stationed in Germany. In 1998, he
started a career as a security officer
and had a rewarding experience work-
ing for Wackenhut Corp. and Securi-
ty Services of America. He was an ac-
tive member of the American Legion,
Pinecastle Memorial Post 286. He
served the Department of Florida as 6th
District commander and Eastern Area
commander. Survivors: wife, Robin;
stepdaughters, Jacquelyn Ihnenfeld,
Jennifer Reeves; grandson, Clay
Reeves; brothers, Robert, Pawtucket,
R.I., Raymond, Orlando. He was pre-
ceded in death by his parents and two
brothers, Ronald and Richard.
FRANCIS EUGENE DUNEGAN, 87,
Winter Garden, died Oct. 17. He was
born in Paragould, Ark., in 1918. He
was a member of the "Greatest Gen-
eration" that fought in World War II.
He was a second lieutenant in the
Army and led a landing force on the
beaches of Normandy in the D-Day


Invasion. He was wounded while fight-
ing in France and was awarded the
Purple Heart
and numerous
other medals.
He spent the
last 58 years
of his life in
Winter Gar-
den, working
in the automo-
tive industry to
put his chil-
dren through *-
college. He "
was an early
member of the Episcopal Church of
the Messiah in Winter Garden, a past
member of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and a past member of the Win-
ter Garden Planning & Zoning Board.
He spent the last 3 years as a resi-
dent of the Golden Pond Assisted Liv-
ing Community in Winter Garden. He
was predeceased by his wife of 52
years, Audrey Armstrong Dunegan.
Survivors: children, Ronald Eugene,
St. Louis, Mo., Patricia Gail, Nashua,
N.H., Richard Eugene (and Lety),
Guanojauto, Mexico, Stephen Dennis
(and Jacque Dennis), Windermere; 10
grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren;
4 great-great-grandchildren. A memo-
rial service honoring Frank's life will
be held at the Church of the Messiah
on Jan. 18, 2007, which was Audrey's
birthday. He will be interred with her
in the church's Memorial Garden.
Memorial donations can be made to
the building fund at Church of the Mes-
siah.
WILLIAM FREDERICK DURRETT
JR., 45, Ocoee, died Wednesday, Oct.
18, after a sudden illness. He was a na-
tive of Orlando. He was a laborer at
Murray Ohio and a member of Ocoee
Church of Christ. Survivors: daugh-
ters, Rachel Sparks, Ashley N., both of
Columbia, Tenn.; granddaughter, Tori
Lynn Sparks, Columbia; mother and
stepfather, Della M. and Charles W.
Efurd, Five Points, Tenn.; sisters, Vick-
ie Lynn Barton, Debra J., both of Five
Points; stepsister, Linda J. Osterberg,
Florida; several nieces and nephews.
Visitation is this Thursday, Oct. 26,
from 6-8 p.m. at Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden. Grave-
side services are this Friday, Oct. 27,
at 11 a.m. with David Hartbarger offi-
ciating. Loretto Memorial Chapel and
Baldwin-Fairchild; Ocoee Cemetery.
DORSEY EDWINA HEUISER, 84,
Oakland, died Friday, Oct. 20. Beck-
er Family Funeral Home, Clermont.
WILLIAM "BILL" T. IRVINE, died Fri-
day, Oct. 20, while visiting his son in
Piano, Texas.
He was born :-'t: E; aBr*.
in Dresden, .--'
Tenn., in
1922. He
joined the
Army in 1940
and was serv- it,
ing in the ;-.
Panama .
Canal Zone
when World .
War II broke
out. He was
later assigned to the 71st Infantry Di-
vision and fought in Europe with Pat-


Early voting for General Election begins


Orange County voters have the op-
portunity to cast their ballots in the 2006
General Election up to two weeks in ad-
vance of the Nov. 7 election day.
Early voting began Oct. 23 and will
end Nov. 5.
Out of the 10 early voting sites, two in
West Orange County are the West Oaks
Library, 1821 E. Silver Star Road in
Ocoee, and the Southwest Library, 7255
Della Drive in the Dr. Phillips area.


Voting hours are Monday through Fri-
day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sunday from 1-5
p.m.
All early voting locations are utilizing
touchscreen voting equipment. Voters
preferring to use paper ballots can do so
at the Supervisor of Elections office at
119 W. Kaley St. in Orlando or request that
an absentee ballot be mailed to them. For
details, log onto www.ocfelections.com.


ton's 3rd Army, earning the Bronze
Star Medal and the Combat Infantry
Badge. After his discharge from the
Army he returned to St. Cloud. He
joined the Navy Seabee reserves and
was recalled to active duty during the
summer of 1950 and sent to Korea.
After his military service he settled in
Winter Garden and worked at Winter
Garden Citrus Products Co-op as an
electrician until poor eyesight forced
his retirement in 1.962. He has been
a resident of Winter Garden since
1958. He was an active member of
many service clubs and organizations.
He served with distinction with the
Winter Garden Lions Club and served
on the West Orange Hospital board. He
was a member of the Disabled Amer-
ican Veterans, the Blind Veterans As-
sociation and the Seabee Veterans
Association. He was preceded in
death by his wife, Addie Lou. Sur-
vivors: son, Don, Piano; daughters,
Ruth Curenton, Orlando, Cassandra
Beckham, Seattle, Gehrone Roderick,
Afton, Tenn., Edna Ayers, Kissimmee,
Lillie White, Maryville, Tenn., Mary
Tuell, Montgomery, and Minnie Lam-
burn, Marlborough, Mass.; 17 grand-
children; 15 great-grandchildren; 1
great-great grandchild; and his com-
panion for more than 12 years, Mil-
dred Brooks. A viewing was sched-
uled for this Wednesday, Oct. 25, at
Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home in
Winter Garden from 6-8 p.m., and a
memorial service will be held this
Thursday Oct. 26, at Baldwin-Fairchild
Funeral Home at 11 a.m. followed by
internment at Woodlawn Cemetery.
Memorial donations can be made to
the Winter Garden Lions Club Sight
Conservation Fund, P.O. Box 770757,
Winter Garden 34777.
KENNETH A. OSBURN, 91, Ocoee,
died Thursday, Oct. 19. He was born
in 1915 in
Neodesha,
Kan. He was a .
retired chief
master
sergeant for
the U.S. Air i .. ,
Force, where
he served for
30 years. He
was a veteran
of World War ;
II, where he
served with
the 22nd Bombardment squadron with
special assignment in India and China.

Survivors: wife, Ivy; sister, Elaine,
Neodesha; brothers, Jim (and Edith),
Texas, Howard (and Doris), Neode-
sha; grandchildren, Dale (and Jackie)
Strange, Groveland, Lisa (and Dan)
Kehoe, Michael Strange, all of Gotha,
Jason (and Nicole) Strange, Clermont;
9 great-grandchildren. Memorial do-
nations can be made to the American
Humane Society. Baldwin-Fairchild
Funeral Home, Winter Garden.
MARY LOUISE BUTLER RHODES,
87, Ocoee, died Sunday, Oct. 22. Mil-
am Funeral Home and Cremation Ser-
vices, Gainesville.

VANDINO SLAUGHTER, 20, Ocoee,
died Oct. 13. Marvin C. Zanders Fu-
neral home, Apopka; Orlando Memo-
rial Gardens, Apopka.


Seniors to pick new
president Nov. 16
West Orange Seniors President
Frances Watts wishes to apologize for
reporting in last week's paper that He-
len Esposito would be the club's in-
coming president. The members will
vote for all the new officers at the Se-
niors' Thanksgiving dinner on Nov.
16 in the Ocoee Community Center,
so no one has yet been officially
named.


OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 60 calls for assistance
during the period of Oct. 12-18:
Fire-2
EMS-29
Vehicle accidents-4
Hazardous materials-2
Public service-22
False alarms-2
City calls-56
County calls-2
Winter Garden-2


Health Central Park
Senior Adult Daycare
has openings
Health Central Park's Adult Day
Program offers a fun-fihed 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.

Health Central
volunteers needed
Volunteers are needed at Health
Central, and only a four-hour com-
mitment is required. An application
can be picked up at the volunteer of-
fice or at the Web site at www.health-
central.org.
The Auxiliary has several events
coming up in November and De-
cember: a Poinsettia Sale, a Book
Sale and the Christmas Bazaar.
For additional information, call
Paulina Wolfe, director of volunteer
services, at 407-296-1148.





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Winter Garden
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The Winter Garden Police De-
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vice from Oct. 13-19:
Arrests Adult, 16; juvenile, 1
Robbery-7.
Sexual battery-0
Child abuse/neglect-1
Domestic violence-3
Assault/battery-8


Burglary, residential and busi-
ness-7
Burglary, vehicle-3
Vehicle thefts-3
Thefts-19
Criminal mischief-1
Drug violations-1
DUI-1
Vehicle accidents-14
False alarms--44
False 911 calls-13.
Police also conducted 97 foot pa-
trols and 3 house checks.


Alzheimer's Support Group at Health Central Park
Health Central Park has an torium. Refreshments will be provided.
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And memories a lane,
I would walk right up to Heaven
And bring you back again.
No farewell words were spoken,
No time to say "goodbye".
You were gone before I knew it,
And only God knows why.
My heart still aches with sadness,
And secret tears still flow.
What it meant to love you-
No one can ever know.
But now I know you want me
To mourn for you no more:
To remember all the happy times,
Life still has much in store.
Since you'll never be forgotten,
I pledge to you today-
A hollowed place within my heart
Is where you'll always stay.
Mom we miss you and love you so much.
Love,
Your kids and grandkids
Jana, Charles, Trever and Reid
Jeff, Jessica, and Madison,
Candy, Tyler, Payton and Gage,
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On a recent visit to Ocoee Health Care Center, members of the West Orange Interact Club, from left, Al-
lison Bihler, Erika Ueno, Kelsey Flynn, Michelle Hassan and Carly Colon, enjoy a visit with resident Frank
Beckham, who is a whiz at putting together jigsaw puzzles. These West Orange High School students are
part of a 42-member group sponsored by the Rotary Club of Windermere that support many community needs.


World Interact Week to be celebrated


"Interact" is Rotary International's
service club program for high school
students ages 14-18 that provides op-
portunities to participate in fun and
meaningful service projects while de-
veloping leadership skills.
Interact clubs are sponsored by in-
dividual Rotary clubs that provide sup-
port and guidance. However, each
club is self-governing and self-sup-


porting. The Interact Club of West Or-
ange High School is an active 42-
member group sponsored by the Ro-
tary Club of Windermere that has
raised money with car washes for
Habitat For Humanity and other civic
activities.
The first Interact Club was char-
tered in Melbourne in 1962 with 39
members. Currently, there are more


than 10,700 clubs in 109 countries.
The name is derived from the two
words "international" and "action."
During World Interact Week, In-
teractors and Rotarians are encour-
aged to work together on a variety of
service projects. Upon completion of
these projects, clubs are recognized
with a special pin and letter from the
Rotary International president.


Chamber invites community to School Board Members' Breakfast


For the first time in many years,
the West Orange Chamber of Com-
.merce is bringing back the School
'Board Members' Breakfast, spon-
sored by Universal Orlando and the
',University of Central Florida. It will
be held Wednesday, Nov. 1, from
"7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
The breakfast will be held at West-
Serley, located at the MetroWest Golf


iVote
homeowners' insurance reform and
elimination of tolls in Central Florida
for residents of Lake, Orange and Osce-
ola counties.
"The biggest challenge facing our
iblic schools is funding," he said. "We
iust recognize the enormous return on
.e investment society receives by cre-
ing a well-educated workforce."
He is in favor of allocating extra funds
o reduce class size and attract and re-
in quality teachers and support staff."
his, he said, will "pay for itself many
rmes over by reducing crime and pro-
acing tax-paying, law-abiding pro-
active citizens for future generations."
He added: "The teaching profession,
ke any other, requires ongoing con-
Sruing education, training and access to
e newest technologies. If we want to
a prove the quality of our teachers, we
; -ust offer them the tools and resources
: cessary to achieve that potential."
SAs for the high cost ofhomeowners'
Sisurance in Florida, McManus said:
Similar to flood insurance, the state
Should be drawn into specific regions
Sat reflect the true risk of hurricanes
^ id the'potential likelihood of claims
: iing filed. Homeowners from the Or-
ndo metropolitan area and other low-
3 sk regions should not be subsidizing in-
Sirance coverage for oceanfront high-
Se condominiums situated in high-risk
: )astal communities."
SWhen asked what his strong points
-e that would make him an effective
gislator, McManus told The West Or-
*rnge Times: "I am very good with num-
lers and the nuances of legislation, and
've committed not to take corporate
nationsn, so I'm not going to be be-
jolden to the developers or the insur-
;nce companies so truly to represent the
Voters."
'4 He describes himself as a moderate
lnd said, "Most people tend to be mod-
.rate anyway, whether they are Demo-
'rat or Republican."

:Steve Precourt
Precourt told the Times that because
-e is a native of West Orange, he has a
unique perspective on the area's histo-
y and "the necessary relationships to
ielp direct where we're going."
SHe said he is "committed to making
he best of our community for us. and'
Our posterity."
He added: "As a transportation engi-
peer having dealt with growth man-
gement issues my entire career, I can
irring a unique capability and technical
understandingg of the major issues of the
lay in District 41 to the Legislature. Be-
Ang a key resource to other legislators in
jhis arena will help greatly in being able
;io look out for the best interests of my
constituency, too.
- "My business partners and I have also
'luilt a solid 450-person engineering
iirm here in Central Florida, and the
businesss experience from that connects
-me to what is real in our economy and
gives me a vested interest in making
sure we have a vibrant, growing and di-


Club, and will feature updates from
School Board members. All com-
munity members are welcome to at-
tend.
Invited guest speakers include Joie
Cadle, Tim Shea, Rick Roach, Karen
Ardaman, Kathleen "Kat" Gordon,
Anne Geiger and Jim Martin (repre-
senting Districts 1-7 respectively).
News anchor Gail Paschall-Brown,


versified economy."
He said that as a husband and father
of five children, raising his family here
"where my parents, sisters and their
families also live, I am committed to
ensuring that this is and remains a great
place to live, work, play and raise
those families."
When asked what he considered the
most important issues that he would
work for, Precourt said: "Appropriate
and adequate funding for transportation
(and other infrastructure), to get us out
of the 'deficit' we have created over the
last 30 years and to provide a better fu-
ture."
Another top issue for him is educa-
tional reform by "providing a world-
class public school system and em-
powering parents with true education-


WESH TV-2, will be the guest facil-
itator.
Tickets are $16 for Chamber mem-
bers and $21 for non-members. A
dollar from each ticket sold will be
contributed to the West Orange
Chamber Scholarship Fund.
Contact the Chamber office at 407-
656-1304 or visit the Web sit at
www.wochamber.com to RSVP.

(Continued from front page)

al choice so that they can determine the
most appropriate setting for their child's
unique needs and talents."
He said he describes himself as a
Ronald-Reagan conservative: "This
means I believe in smaller and less-in-
trusive government, more personal free-
doms and responsibilities and the fam-
ily as the cornerstone of our society."
The Florida Legislature, he said,
could improve the lives of citizens "by
focusing on those roles the state has a
vested interest in and are the appropri-
ate role of the state-level government,
such as transportation and safety and
security, and removing itself from ar-
eas where local government or the free
market should take the lead, such as
land-use decisions and providing in-
surance."


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Major Leagu
Eddic Taubensee spent 11 years in
Major League Baseball as a catcher for
the Houston Astros, Cincinnati Reds and
Cleveland Indians. But since a back in-
jury cut shQrt his career, he has found a
new role in the sport he called his 'job"
from 1991-2002. Taubensee is now di-'
rector of baseball with Pro Athletes Out-
reach, a ministry of former profession-
al athletes dedicated to meeting the needs
of today's ballplayers.
"Eleven years in the big leagues, and
I am having more fun now than I ever
did," Taubensee said. "It's pros minis-


Oakland
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.

Activities expanded
The town of Oakland has expand-
ed its agenda of activities surrounding
this Saturday's Oakland Heritage Day.
Maureen Rischitelli has planned
Manager Movie Night this Friday, Oct.
27, with reruns of her favorite show,
Andy Griffith, in the town meeting hall
from 7-9 p.m. Oakland residents are
invited to attend.
On Sunday, an "Old Days of Fam-
ily Reunion" runs from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
at the gazebo in Speer Park. The event
will celebrate the ninth year of Her-
itage Day and will include anniver-
sary cake, tea and coffee.

Through the years
Though incorporated in 1887, Oak-
land was established nearly four
Decades before with six Indian villages
and four Indian trading posts.
When Speer lived here, Oakland
was a loosely designated area between
Lake Apopka and John's Lake and two
or three miles east and west. (In 1926,
the town limits stretched from Killar-
ney to Tildenville, but town officials
de-annexed more than 800 acres in
1959 because the town couldn't afford
to serve the area.)
The first post office was established
in 1860. It closed in 1867, only to re-
open 10 years later.
In 1886, the railroad system was ex-
tended through the area, bringing with
it a wave of new residents. By 1887, of-
ficials were eager to incorporate the
town. Peter A. Demens was elected
the first mayor.
The town's economy plummeted
before the turn of the century follow-
ing a series of devastating circum-


er now transforming lives


tering to pros. Just like any athlete who
trains physically to endure a season, we
also need that training spiritually to en-
dure the season."
PAO operates behind the scenes,
working primarily to help athletes and
coaches from all sports come to a personal
faith in Christ, and then encouraging and
assisting them in using their sports plat-
form to share God's word. PAO's an-
nual conferences are attended by up to
300 athletes, and PAO ambassadors like
Taubensee pray with players and coach-
es and equip them with books and oth-


stances: a fire that wiped out the down-
town business district, an 1895 freeze
that killed the citrus industry and the
railroad's decision to cease operations
in the area because of a decline in busi-
ness.
Though the town's industrial life-
line was severed, the community pre-
vailed. It maintained a slow but steady
climb as churches and businesses made
Oakland their home.
The Angebilt Lodge (also called the
Oakland Hotel) was built in 1910 on
what is now Tubb Street. Two years lat-
er, Oakland Avenue was paved.
Florida Telephone Corporation
granted the town a 20-year franchise in
1925, the same year two flushing toi-
lets were installed in a new rest house
at the town dock.
When the Great Depression hit in
the '30s, Oakland suffered greatly. It
closed and reopened its bank several
times, borrowed money from a Win-
ter Garden bank and eventually opened
an account in Ocoee. The Town Coun-


er study materials.
Athletes' and coaches' stories can be
found on thegoal.com.
Taubensee will be speaking and shar-
ing his journey of faith at Harvest Church
of West Orlando this Sunday, Oct. 29,
at the 10:05 a.m. service. Dress is casu-
al, and a lunch will be served afterward.
Harvest Church is a non-denomina-
tional church that currently meets at Lake
Whitney Elementary School, 1351 Win-
dermere Road, Winter Garden. For more
information, call 407-383-3022 or go to
www.harvestfl. org.


(Continued from front page)

cil held relatively few meetings be-
cause there was no money to spend.
In 1949 by now, much better fi-
nancial times the town added a
roller-skating rink in Speer Park and a
flashing stoplight at Highway 438.
The Tavares & Gulf depot, which
closed in 1950, was torn down in '54.
A full-time police officer was hired
for the town in 1969. Five years later,
the Oakland Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment was authorized.
In 1972, all the town streets were
renamed to honor longtime residents.
Prior to this time, streets and avenues
were designated by numbers.
In 1993, then-Mayor Jake Voss en-
acted the town's first property tax in 60
years.
A year later, Oakland celebrated the
arrival of the West Orange Trail
through the town.
Construction began on Oakland
Pointe in 1996. This was the first of
numerous subdivisions in Oakland and
sparked a huge population increase.


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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 26, 2006


Opinion


In our opinion

Editorials


From our archives

Old Times


We think the stronger candidate for Dis-
trict 41 state representative is Republican
Steve Precourt of Windermere. Precourt,
who is facing Democrat Bill McManus in'
the Nov. 7 General Election, has a strong
history of community involvement in West
Orange County and is a well-known and
successful businessman and transportation
engineer.
Although we disagree with Precourt on
the issue of school vouchers (which he is
for), we feel he will serve the district citizens
well with his intelligence, honesty and com-


mitment to solving tough issues, such as
providing more jobs, improving roads, pre-
serving clean water and maintaining the
Florida environment.
McManus also impressed us with his pas-
sion for solving the problems of out-of-con-
trol home insurance rates and overcrowded
schools. But he has only lived in the district
for five or six months and has had no in-
volvement in the community.
We hope-he establishes his credibility as
a viable candidate in future elections.
On Nov. 7, our choice is Steve Precourt.


Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


Reader says Guetzloe lacks morals and conscience


Editor,
I met Doug Guetzloe over 15 years ago. Most of the
people I know who know him feel that he is untrust-
worthy and lacking in morals and conscience.
Your courage describing his tactics is very well found-


ed. Thank you for exposing this political parasite. As a
longtime resident of Central Florida, I do not think we
need people like him.
Bill Amidon
Windermere


55 years ago
Larry Grimes, Durwood Outlaw and Randolph
Hovey have returned from the national conven-
tion of the Future Farmers of America in Kansas
City. Grmes and Outlaw left early to practice for
the National FFA Chorus, in which they participated
along with two other boys from the state of Flori-
da.
Wilding Film Productions of Chicago was in
Winter Garden to film a portion of an education-
al movie produced by Goodyear to demonstrate
the strides made in mechanized farming. It cov-
ers all phases of farming from the wheat fields of
Kansas to the orange groves of Julian Sadler in
Winter Garden. Local scenes depicted the transi-
tion of the old steel-wheeled tractors to the mod-
ern pneumatic and hydraulic tires. And rightly so,
since it was Hoyle Pounds of Pounds Motor Co. who
invented the first wheel for a Fordson tractor us-
ing rubber for traction.

40 years ago
The colorful sport of sailboat racing was brought
to Winter Garden when the Orlando Sailboat As-
sociation held its 9th annual regatta with racers
from all over Florida testing their skills' on Lake
Apopka. Hundreds of spectators lined the shore
of the lake to watch the races with field glasses.
The State Board of Health filed an injunction
suit against the Winter Garden Citrus Products
Cooperative. The objective is to stop the flow of
industrial waste from the plant into Lake Apop-
ka. Other citrus plants have contended that it is


like looking for a needle in a haystack to solve the
pollution of Lake Apopka.

35 years ago
From Editor's Notebook: Last Monday, a visi-
tor at the Ramada Inn West was seen approaching
The Winter Garden Times rack in the lobby. In
amazement, she turned to her companion and said
"They still have Thursday's paper in the stand!
Well. I'll give them credit for one thing they
don't put out a new paper until they sell all the ol l
ones."
William "Uncle Billy" Paquin, 95, despite fail-
ing eyesight, is still creating wood items in his
workshop. Members of the junior choir at the
Church of the Messiah in Winter Garden proudly
wearing the crosses he had made for them were
Margaret Weeks, Virginia Spigener, June Greer,
Vicki Dasher, Allison Roper, Jennifer Roper,
Stacey Somers, Julie Sayer, Susie Dorman and
Debbie Davis.

30 years ago
Well, it just goes to show you can't believe ev-
erything you read in the newspapers. Our apologies
to all of our readers who trustingly set their clocks
back last Sunday and were either late to work or
missed the sermon at church. We hope this did not
create an unmendable credibility gap between us.


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30 years of auto sales
Orlando Dodge Chrysler Jeep celebrated its 30-year anniversary with the help of the West Orange Cham-
ber Ambassadors recently. The full-service, 5-star dealership, located at 4101 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando,
offers new and used vehicles, a parts department and a service department. At the celebration are, I-r,
Chesta Hembrooke, Joan Bailey, Mike Smith, Stew Smith and the Rev. Tom Rutherford.


Special luncheon
..The West Orange Chamber of Commerce's Community and Support Trustees enjoyed a special luncheon
recently hosted by Salt Island Chophouse and Fish Market on International Drive. The trustees enjoyed a
delicious selection of food while being entertained by the exploits of local legend Sammy Duvall of Windermere.
He is a 6-time world water sports champion and owner of In the Wake in downtown Windermere. The store
Sells a wide assortment of items ranging from surf wear to water skis to tubes and even women's boutique
.items. Pictured are (l-r): Pam Gould, chair of the West Orange Chamber; Laura Buonarotti; Lucas Pater-
son; Duvall; Russ Salerno, chairman elect of the Chamber; and Stina D'Uva, president of the Chamber.


Disney Vacation Club to build new timeshare resort


Wright to head
property management
at Veranda Park
Veranda Park, one of Central Flori-
da's premier town centers currently
under construction in MetroWest, has
appointed Leslie Wright as its direc-
tor of property management. Wright
boasts more than 15 years of profes-
sional property management experi-
ence.
At Veranda Park, Wright will man-
age the property's physical mainte-
nance, develop budgets and operat-
ing procedures, maintain tenant and
buyer relations, coordinate promo-
tional and launch programs and over-
see the various property owners' as-
sociations, including the MetroWest
Master Association.
Wright comes to Veranda Park from
Casto Lifestyle Properties, where she
was director of property management
and supervised the management of the
Winter Park Village, Lakeside Vil-
lage, Lakewood Ranch and more.
"Leslie's extensive specialization
in lifestyle properties, from start-up
to day-to-day operations to tenant re-
lations, makes her the ideal director
of property management of Veranda
Park," said Ken Simback, Veranda
Park vice president of development.
"She possesses a unique skill set that
will be a great asset to all the Veran-
da Park properties."

Chamber supports
Teach-in 2006
For the 15th year, the Foundation for
Orange County Public Schools will pre-
sent Teach-In 2006 on Wednesday,
Nov. 15. The West Orange Chamber of
Commerce supports Teach-In and en-
courages its members to participate be-
cause the event is used to engage the
business community to help foster ed-
ucational excellence.
Since its inception as part of the cel-
ebration of American Education Week,
Teach-In brings business people into
the classrooms to talk to students about
the importance of academics, careers
and their future.
Teach-In has brought many volun-
teers into the classroom and has been
beneficial to both the speakers and the
students.
"It provides students with 'real-world'
insight into the experiences of the mem-
bers of our community and allows the
community to learn what it's like in to-
day's classrooms," said'Rob Maphis of
James A. Cummings Inc.
"In previous years, I have had the
chance to speak to classes at both ele-
mentary and middle schools and have
found it a truly enjoyable experience."
Interested speakers can find more in-
formation about Teach-In and a regis-
tration form on the Chamber Web site
at www.wochamber.com or call 407-
656-1304.


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Winter Garden


Jazzercise to prepare runners

and walkers in W.G. fitness 5K


With a little help from Jazzercise,
participants will hit the road warmed
up and ready to run (or walk) at the
Winter Garden 5K Race and Fitness
Walk on Saturday, Nov. 4. The warm-
up will be led by area instructors
Karen Roper and Patty Keener.
"We're eager to be a part of the
Race and Fitness Walk and to help get
participants pumped up and ready to
go," Roper said. "Warming up with
dance fitness routines to music will
be a nice change of pace for most par-
ticipants."
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment's first 5K Will begin at 7:30
a.m. and is open to runners, walkers,
participants with strollers and leashed
dogs. The Jazzercise warm-up and
stretch starts at 7:15. Both Roper and
Keener have been instructors in the
West Orange area for more than 15
years. (Call 407-718-4607 for more
information on the dance fitness pro-


gram.)
Parking for the race 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 be open for a cool relief after the
race from 8:30-9:30 a.m. for partici-
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.


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able. The Girl Scout Silver Award is the second highest award avail-
able for girls to receive. She had to demonstrate her abilities to orga-
nize, budget, design and develop her project. Above, Mrs. Snider, Eliz-
abeth Koller, Courtney, troop leader Ann Davis, Stephanie Drake and
Courtney Davis help celebrate at the award ceremony. The girls live in
Ocoee and Winter Garden.


Ustler honored with name on gym
Kathryn Chicone Ustler has been After being vacated in 1979, the
honored with her name on the former building, which was in disuse and dis-
women's gymnasium at the Univer- repair, was slated for demolition. But
sity of Florida. The hall is the first aca- it was granted protection under the
demic building at the university named National Register of Historic Places
solely after a woman, in 1988.
The fall 2006 semester marked the In 2000, a generous donation from
beginning of classes held in the 87- Ustler, who graduated from UF in
year-old campus fixture, now called 1961 with a degree in sociology, al-
the Kathryn Chicone Ustler Hall. lowed the gym to be restored into a
The structure was built in Tudor 14,700-square-foot, three-level aca-
Gothic style in 1919. In the 1920s- demic structure housing classrooms,
40s, the multi-purpose facility was meeting space and faculty and ad-
home to Gator athletics, including ministrative offices.
gymnastics, fencing and boxing, but it Ustler spent her childhood in Win-
was also used as a chapel, dance hall, ter Garden but has called Orlando
movie theater and lecture hall. home since 1951.


Church plans
hero celebration
Heroes Unmasked is a fun no-fear
Bible adventure at People of Faith
church. Children and their families
will encounter costumed Bible hero ac-
tors, 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 this Sunday, Oct.
29, from 3-5:30 p.m. The church is
at 220 Windermere Road (in the Chil-
dren's Lighthouse Learning Center).
For information, call 407-877-3937.


Habitat holding
application meeting
West Orange Habitat For Humani-
ty will be accepting applications at an
orientation 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 selection
criteria.


Kathryn Chicone Ustler of Orlando stands with her son, Craig Ustler (right),
and Dr. Bernie Machen, president of the University of Florida.


4 generations of service
Larry Cappleman and his son, Holt, were presented with a plaque for
continuing the legacy of Rotary within a family. Larry's grandfather,
William Cappleman, was the first to join the Winter Garden Rotary Club
in 1926. He was followed by Larry's father, L. Eugene Cappleman. Lar-
ry subsequently joined the club, and they all have served as president
of the Winter Garden organization. This family legacy continues as Holt
was recently inducted into the club and becomes the fourth genera-
tion of the Cappleman family to be part of the club. Above, Holt and Lar-
ry stand with David Sylvester (left), president of the Winter Garden Ro-
tary.


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The West Orange Kiwanis Club has a new member: Giacomo Guagliar-
do (center) of Carmelia's Restaurant. He is supported by Kiwanis Pres-
ident Lenny Stark (right). At left is Dave Schmidt, lieutenant governor
for Kiwanis Division 10 in the Florida District, installing the new mem-
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Kids Halloween dance
at Stoneybrook West
Stoneybrook West Golf Club-
house is holding a Halloween dance
for children this Friday, Oct. 27,
from 6-9 p.m. The event is open to
the public, and the clubhouse in-
vites the community for food and
family fun. It will include a kids
costume contest, a disc jockey play-
ing children's music and Halloween
songs, a light show and glow sticks.
The golf.clubhouse is at 15501
Town Commons Blvd. across from
Whispering Oak Elementary
School.
For information, call 407-877-
7129.

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 children; an
inflatable gladiator joust for youth;
and a bake sale and Cajun cook-off
competition. Attendees can judge
which Louisiana chef takes home
the coveted Cajun Paddle award.
Hamburger and hotdog meals will
be sold as well.
Guests will have the chance to
meet the church's new pastor,
Brother Larry Jinks. The church is
at 200 S. Tubb St., Oakland.


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"Balancing Your Hormones Natu-
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gram will be presented by Dr. Jennifer
Bourst of Unity Family Chiropractic at
Downtown Herb Shoppe & Day Spa,
33 S. Main St., Winter Garden. Call
407-654-4506 to reserve a seat.
The program will provide facts about
PMS and menopause; the roles of stress
and the nervous system, estrogen, pro-
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glands; proper nutrition to supplement
a woman's health needs; risks to wom-
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and more.

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, par-
ents and teddy bears.
Guests can enjoy tea, cakes, face
painting, crafts, story time and a spe-
cial surprise guest. For more informa-
tion, call the rec office at 407-656-4155.

AARP to meet
The West Orange AARP Chapter
3697 will meet Nov. 6 at 1 p.m. in the
Hyde Park Club House on West Colo-
nial Drive in Winter Garden. All se-
niors 50 and older are invited to attend.
The guest speaker, June Hall, is from
AARP and will discuss safety. Mem-
bers with the initials R-Z are asked to
bring refreshments.
This month, members and guests are
being asked to bring extra items for the
West Orange Christian Service Cen-
ter to help with its annual Thanksgiv-
ing dinner. This is in addition to the
regular donation of canned or boxed
food.
Also, remember to bring used
postage stamps, eyeglasses, hearing
aids and aluminum pop tabs.
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It's a boy!
Matt and Celeste Woodley of Ball
Ground, Ga., and formerly of Winter
Garden, are the parents of a baby boy,
Brett Hilton Woodley, born July 25.
Grandparents are Wayne and Cathy
Shelton of Gotha and Bill and Patricia
Woodley of The Villages.


Reading group starts 2nd year together
The Winter Garden Recreation Department's Page Turners Book Club
members celebrated their first anniversary recently. Taking part in the
celebration are, l-r: front, Jeanna Braga, Del Brooke, Paula Leidich;
back, Elizabeth Radovic, Recreation Specialist Iris Peterson and Eliz-
abeth Rutherford. The group meets the second Monday of each month.


Getting fit, earning Brownie points
Girls in Brownie Troop 4573 took a Junior Jazzercise class in Winter
Garden with Karen Roper (back center) recently while working on their
'Dancercize and Eat Right, Stay Healthy' Try-Its. The girls had a great
time, and the moms joined in too. With Roper are, I-r: back, Erica
Curschman, Genevieve Gentry, Natalie Turiczek, Keri Mullens; front,
Hailey Swanson, Isabella Ojeda, Alicia Bruner and Lora Mullens. Not
pictured: Katrina Nugent. The troop meets at St. Luke's United Methodist
Church, and most of the girls are residents of Winter Garden and Ocoee.


Relay team plans
barbecue dinner
The Carmelita's Angels team for
the West Orange Relay For Life is
holding a barbecue dinner Saturday,
Nov. 4, at the Winter Garden First As-
sembly of God, 890 S. Vineland Road,
beginning at 5 p.m. Tickets are $8 for
adults, $5 for children under 10. Pro-
ceeds benefit the American Cancer
Society.
For details, 321-689-6349 or 321-
281-7801.


Fine arts, crafts
available at November
downtown festival
The 3rd Annual Fine Art & Fine
Craft Festival in downtown Winter
Garden is set for Saturday, Nov. 18,
and Sunday, Nov. 19. The event starts
at 10 a.m. both days and ends at 5 p.m.
on Saturday and 4 p.m. on Sunday.
In addition to the fine arts and crafts
vendors, the event will include enter-
tainment, a fire safety exhibit and
food. Admission is free.
For details, call 352-546-2322.


Temple Free Will
hosting Christian
comedian in Nov.
Temple Free Will Baptist Church
is hosting nationally known Christian
comedian Dennis Swanberg on Nov.
26. The community is invited to at-
tend. The church is at 1208 E. Story
Road, Winter Garden. For more in-
formation, call 407-656-7715.


Save the dates
The city of Winter Garden wants
residents to mark these dates in their cal-
endars so they won't miss all the events
coming up. The West Orange Times
will provide details closer to each date.
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 Fes-
tival in downtown Winter Garden.
Friday, Dec. 1 Light-Up Win-
ter Garden along Plant Street.
Saturday, Dec. 2- Annual Christ-
mas 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.


Student contests
The West Orange VFW Post 4305
and the Elks Lodge are sponsoring
three contests for high school students.
The VFW and Ladies Auxiliary are
hosting Voice of Democracy. Students
write scripts on the patriotic theme
"Freedom's Challenge" and record
their essays on tape. Deadline to en-
ter is Nov. 1. For information, 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 "Citizenship in
America." Entry deadline is Nov. 1.
Call 407-656-5586 for details.
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 scholarship,
leadership and financial need. Appli-
cations are available online at
www.elks.org.


Rec's Active 50
and Over to meet
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers an Active 50 and
Over group. Interested seniors can
call the rec office at 407-656-4155
for details. Sign-ups take place at the
rec center or at the first meeting at-
tended.
The West Orange Page Turners
Literary Book Club meets the sec-
ond Monday of each month. Favorite
books are discussed in a round-robin
setting.
Day trips take place every month,
and guests must pre-register and pre-
pay. Seniors will take a ride on the
Magnolia Sun Lunch Train on the In-
land Lakes Railway from Eustis to
Mount Dora. Cost is $33 for city res-
idents, $35 for others. The group will
go to Waterford Lakes on Nov. 30
for shopping. Cost is $5 and $7. Se-
niors can experience an old-fashioned
Christmas at Cypress Gardens on
Dec. 7 for $38 and $40. On Jan. 10,
seniors will go to Forever Florida,
which offers an outdoor safari
through a working ranch and wilder-
ness area. Cost is $5 and $7. The
February trip is to the Makahiki Luau
for a Polynesian feast and a special
celebration of dance. Cost: $47 and
$49.
Armchair Traveler gatherings are
the third Friday of each month.


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Good Times
Jazz Band to
join Music Fest
Traditional Dixieland music will be
heard in three downtown Winter Gar-
den restaurants this Friday, Oct. 27,
from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
While other musical groups per-
form outdoors, the Good Times Jazz
Band will be playing rotating sets in-
side the Grove, Downtown Brown's
and Winter Garden Pizza Co. The
three restaurants are sponsoring the
band for this event.

DDR, other games
for teens at library
The Winter Garden Library is host-
ing a "Power Up, Power On" interac-
tive video gaming program this Sat-
urday, Oct. 28, at 3 p.m. Teens 13-18
are invited to put their body to the test,
in games such as Dance Dance Revo-
lution.
The library is on East Plant Street
in Winter Garden.


Middle school dance
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is hosting a middle school
dance this Friday, Oct. 27, from 7-11
p.m. at Tanner Hall. It is open to all
middle-schoolers and will include a
live disc jockey, snacks available for
purchase and games and prizes.
School dress code is required. Stu-
dents must present a current school ID
at the door. Cost is $5 for admission,
and tickets can be purchased at the
door. The dance is limited to the first
250 students.
For more information, call the rec
office at 407-656-4155.


Haunted house
at Colonial Lakes
Colonial Lakes Health Care is open-
ing its haunted house to the public this
Sunday, Oct. 29, at 6:30 p.m. The
community can join the facility for
games, food and an age-appropriate
costume contest.
Colonial Lakes is at 15204 W. Colo-
nial Drive, Winter Garden. For more
information, call 407-877-2394.


AARP to meet
The West Orange AARP Chapter
3697 will meet Nov. 6 at 1 p.m. in the
Hyde Park Club House on West Colo-
nial Drive in Winter Garden. All seniors
50 and older are invited to attend.
The guest speaker, June Hall, is
from AARP and will discuss safety.
Members with the initials R-Z are
asked to bring refreshments.
This month, members and guests
are being asked to bring extra items
for the West Orange Christian Service
Center to help with its annual Thanks-
giving dinner. This is in addition to
the regular donation of canned or
boxed food.
Also, remember to bring used
postage stamps, eyeglasses, hearing
aids and aluminum pop tabs.
For more information, call Presi-
dent Esther Braswell at 407-905-9802.


Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. D. and J. Schweiger 2. M.
and G. Czarnecki 3. L. and T. Saulino
4. H. Parker-F. Litter 5. L. Dennis-J.
Mitchell; E-W: 1. P. West-F. Good-
way 2. L. and J. Pylman 3. B. and R.
Blair 4. S. and I. Horovitz 5. J. and B.
Hebert.


Applications ready
for Christmas parade
Applications are available for
groups wanting to participate in the
Winter Garden Annual Christmas Pa-
rade. This year's parade is Saturday,
Dec. 2, starting at 10 a.m.
Trophies and awards will be given
for the best parade entries. The entry
fee is a monetary donation or toys for
the Winter Garden Police Depart-
ment's Toys For Tots program.
For more information, contact Jay
Conn or Jane Palmer at the Winter
Garden Recreation Department, 407-
656-4155 or visit the Web site,
www.cwgdn.com.


Lake Apopka provided the perfect backdrop for the recent Evening at the Pops. As the sun went down, all
the grassy areas were filled with guests.


Orchestra plays to huge outdoor crowd


The Rotary Club of Winter Garden
has deemed the 4th Annual Evening at
the Pops, featuring the Orlando Phil-
harmonic Orchestra, a huge success.
The outdoor concert was held recent-
ly in Newton Park by Lake Apopka
in Winter Garden.
Presented by Castle & Cooke, the
evening was attended by more than
900 people, who brought blankets,


Classes at W.G. Rec
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activities for children
and adults. For more information, call
the rec office at 407-656-4155. Pre-
registration is required for most
events.
Water aerobics Classes are
Tuesday and Thursday evening and
Saturday morning. Classes are $7.
Multiple-class discount cards are
available. Signups are taken prior to
class start time. There is a $5 joiners
fee.
Tennis lessons Beginner and
intermediate classes are for adults and
youth ages 5 and older at the Chapin
Station courts on Tuesday evenings
and Saturday mornings. Classes run six
weeks and cost $30 (5-7 years old),
$54 (ages 8-14) and $84 (15 to adult).
Yoga Join yoga instructor
Sheila Scott at the Old Fire Station
Rec Center. Classes are Mondays and
Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m. Cost is
$10 per class for city residents, $11
for others. A discounted six-class rate
and private instruction are available.
Bird-watching Go bird-watch-
ing at Lake Apopka. Bird checklists,
plus binoculars and a field guide, are
also available to' borrow free of
charge.


chairs and picnics to enjoy the sunset
and music by the award-winning mu-
sicians. Children participated in an in-
strument petting zoo as well.
The weather was perfect until the
very end of the evening; and the or-
chestra finished the evening, appro-
priately, with "The Thunderer March"
by John Phillip Sousa.
All proceeds from this event will


benefit West Orange County chari-
ties. The Rotary Cub thanks Castle &
Cooke, the city of Winter Garden,
Manheim's Florida Auto Auction of
Orlando, Ace Hardware, Health Cen-
tral, Alarie Design Associate Inc. and
the West Orange Chamber of Com-
merce for their generosity and sup-
port to help bring this event to West Or-
ange County.


Be careful not to over-water the lawn


Over-watering the lawn promotes
shallow root systems, weeds, bug
damage and excessive thatch (par-
ticularly in St. Augustine grass),
according to Dennis Jones, water
conservation director for the city
of Winter Garden.
Jones says that following this
"healthy lawn Rx" will turn your
yard around in no time:
Irrigate only as needed once
plants and'lawns are established.
Establish a deep, drought-tol-
erant root system.
Don't water a drowning plant.
Use mulch and fertilizer prop-
erly.
Don't irrigate a lawn that is wet
from rainfall.
Plant the right plant in the right
place.
"Over-watering can damage your
lawn," Jones said, "and hurt yourin-
vestment."

Landscaping seminar
A free landscaping seminar is be-
ing hosted by the Winter Garden
Utilities Department and present-


ed by Florida Yards and Neigh-
borhoods on Saturday, Nov. 18. It
will take place from 9 a.m. to noon
at Tanner Hall in Winter Garden.
To reserve a seat, call 407-654-
2732.
Participants will learn tips on
what to plant and where, how much
to fertilize, the best ways to water,
how to manage yard pests and
more.

Watering guide
How much water you use will de-
pend on the season and the type of
plant.
In September and October, the
days between waterings are as fol-
lows: trees, 30; palms, 30; shrubs,
5-7; ground covers/vines, 5-7;
flowers, 5-7; and turf, 5-7.
In November and December,
wait this long between waterings:
trees, 30-60; palms, 30; shrubs, 10-
14; ground covers/vines, 7-10;
flowers, 7-10; and turf, 10-14.
For a free evaluation, call the
Utilities Department at 407-654-
2732.









8A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 26, 2006



WOHS celebrates 30 years of football history


Bumper stickers, action shots and team photos were among the football memorabilia on display on bulletin
boards during the 1st Warrior Alumni Night at West Orange High School.


B.J. Wilhite, Class of 2000, and his father look at displays of old Warrior football memorabilia.


The Warriors take the field before the start of Friday night's game. During Warrior Alumni Night, former.
football players and cheerleaders were introduced, and the alumni players participated in the coin toss. A
display of football memorabilia was also set up, courtesy of the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation. The
foundation helped the school celebrate its 30-year mark and assisted in locating football players and cheer-
leaders for the alumni event.


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rior Alumni Night at West Orange High last Friday.


Former West Orange High cheerleaders attended the Warrior Alumni Night, I-r: front, Mary Roberson Keat-
ing (Class of 1979), Bonnie Williams Beech (1980), Allison Guernsey Dyer (1979), Barbara Spears Ham-
re (1984); back, Rena Heckman Cross (1985), Sandi White Armbruster (1979), Lynn Freeman Goodwin (1978),
Margaret McMillen (Ms. Mac, the cheerleading sponsor), Susan Shelton Weeks (1979), Dawn Broadaway
Harrison (1976) and Stephanie Bowen Abell (1977).


Kevin Tinsley and Cheryl Scofield, both from the
Class of 1976, look at old yearbooks on display
in the exhibit.


Jim Beech, a 1979 graduate, was among the
former students revisiting their school years.


Justin Butler of Ocoee meets a silvery cheek hornbill held by Sea-
World trainer Robin West (a 1980 WOHS graduate). Justin's moth-
er, Julie Butler, is the administrator of the Winter Garden Heritage
Foundation, which put on the event.


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Gerald Sims, the grandson of Ocoee founder father, Bluford M. Sims,
was a guest of honor at the 13th Annual Ocoee Founders' Day Satur-
day. He is shown holding a photo of his father, Eugene Oscar Sims.


Myra Kinnie described the antiques in the Withers-Maguire House to visitors.


Four-year-old Rebekah Cox of Ocoee squeezed her way through to
take part in painting a large mural, one of the children's activities at
Founders' Day.


Photos. by Mary Anne Swickerath


Kathryn Pring of the Osceola County Historical Society's Pioneer Vil- 13th Annual Founders' Day Celebration in Ocoee Saturday. She is
lage gave pioneer cooking demonstrations over an open fire at the shown taking corncakes out of the cast iron pan.


Kids enjoyed the rides for young people at the Ocoee Founders' Day Celebration.


Carolyn Alexander, left, and Ellen King welcomed visitors to the student 1. .
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'Ocoee Police Department plans

'Walk Away from Drugs' Oct. 28


In conjunction with Red Ribbon
Week Oct. 23-31, the Ocoee Police
Department has planned a second
"Walk Away from Drugs" on Satur-
day, Oct. 28, at 10 a.m.
The walk will begin at Ocoee Mid-
dle School and end at the Starke Lake
Gazebo. The first 250 participants will
receive glow-in-the-dark "Too Cool
To Do Drugs" silicone wristbands.
At registration, participants will sign
a banner pledging to be drug-free. The
elementary school with the most sig-
natures will be able to display the


pledge banner.
There will be free drinks at the end
of the walk, a free chance drawing,
drug-prevention displays, a bounce
house and a shuttle service back to
parked vehicles.
Clubs from Ocoee High will pro-
vide volunteers to assist with the event,
and the Rotary Club of Ocoee will do-
nate U.S. Savings Bonds to the win-
ners of the Ocoee Middle School Red
Ribbon Week contest.
For more information, contact Sgt.
Stephen McCosker at 407-905-3160.


The Fifth Annual Ocoee Founders'
Day Poker Run for motorcycles and
classic cars, sponsored by the Ocoee
Police Department, drew 162 partic-
ipants and raised more than $3,700
for the department's Holiday Toys for
Tots in Need program.
Four trophies were awarded this
year. Jim Pickup, 74, received a tro-
phy for being the oldest biker to par-
ticipate. He and his wife rode on a
beautiful orange Honda trike.
Betty Harvey, who flew in from
Owosso, Mich., arrived at Orlando In-
ternational Airport the day before the
run and earned a trophy for having
traveled the farthest.
A Roadstar motorcycle owned by
SJDR was selected as best in show, and
SChris Sisson's trike took home the
runner-up trophy.
Larry Powell, a member of the Cler-
Smont Harley Owners Group, drew
four kings for the best playing hand.


Last year the Holiday Toys for Tots
in Need program was able to assist
approximately 250 needy families and
put holiday toys in the hands of more
than 400 children. The program also
provides school supplies, clothing and
food baskets.
If you or someone you know may
need assistance from the Holidays
Toys for Tots in Need, the deadline
for pre-registration is Dec. 1. To reg-
ister, you much have a valid driver's
license or Florida Identification Card,
proof of Ocoee residency (such as a
water bill) and a birth certificate and
Social Security Card for each child.
The program is limited to children un-
der 12.
Monetary donations or donations
of unwrapped new toys may be
dropped off at the Ocoee Police Sta-
tion at anytime prior to Dec. 16, or
you may call the OPD for a donation
pickup.


Memorial service is planned by

Reconciliation Task Force


In remembrance of the racial vio-
lence that took place in Ocoee on elec-
tion day of 1920, the West Orange
Reconciliation Task Force will host
its annual memorial service at 10 a.m.
on Saturday, Nov. 4, at the old black
cemetery. Geraldine Thompson will
Sbe the guest speaker.
In order to find the cemetery site,
drive north on Bluford Avenue from
downtown Ocoee, cross the railroad
tracks and follow the road north as it
becomes North Lakewood Avenue.
Upon reaching Forest Ridge subdivi-


sion, turn right into Laurel Ridge Av-
enue and follow it until it dead ends
into Basking Ridge Avenue. Then,
turn right and go to the cul-de-sac at
the end of the street. This will where
the ceremony will take place.
Following the service, attendees are
invited to lunch at Ocoee Oaks
Methodist Church, located on Clarke
Road between White and Silver Star
roads.
After lunch, participants will be able
to share their ideas and views of past
and present racial conditions in Ocoee.


Kelly Chambers honored
Ocoee resident Kelly Chambers, right, of the West Orange Civitan Club
received the Club Honor Key from President Cindy Baker at the club's
installation/membership meeting held recently in Orlando. A charter
member of Civitan since 1987, Kelly was awarded the Honor Key for.
her outstanding dedication and service to the club and to the club's
projects throughout the community.


Woman's Club adopts children's cancer project
Ocoee resident Diane Thompson's son, Steven, is a leukemia patient currently undergoing treatment at Duke
University. Last year, Diane shared an idea with Woman's Club of Ocoee member Ellen King, where each
child diagnosed with cancer would receive a gift pack. The gift packs each include a fleece blanket, a stuffed
animal and a Christian book. This project has grown to become one adopted by all 27 clubs in District 7 of
the Greater Federation of Woman's Clubs. The Children's Cancer and Blood Center will present a gift pack
to each child who is diagnosed with cancer. The Woman's Club of Ocoee recently held a workshop where
fleece blankets were made and/or purchased and donated to this project. Shown with the blankets are, I-
r, Teresa Lemons; Sherrall Applegate, Carolyn Alexander, Ellen King and Mary Jane Antonov of the Wom-
an's Club.


American Legion
assists in opening
Veterans Services
Office in Ocoee
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 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.

Bingo games held
weekly in Ocoee
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.

Is it all in your head?
Dr. Kirti Kalidas will present a sem-
inar at the West Oaks Library in Ocoee
on Saturday, Nov. 18, from 2-3:30
p.m. The seminar's goal is to enlight-
en participants on testing their ncuro-
transmitters and their effects on their
overall sense of well being and the in-
terplay of hormones.


Southern gospel
music concert
The Gibbs Family, a Southern gospel
music group, will be in concert at Oak
Level Baptist Church this Sunday, Oct.
29, at 9:30 a.m. The Gibbs Family will
also provide special music during the
Morning Worship Celebration at 10:45
a.m.
Pastor Walt Fowler extends an invi-
tation to everyone to come worship and
enjoy the Christian fellowship. The
church is located at 10564 Second Av-
enue in Ocoee. For more information,
call the church office at 407-656-1523.

West Orange Civitan
Club hosting bingo
The West Orange Civitan Club
hosts bingo games the third Friday of
each month 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 avail-
able, 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 projects in
the West Orange community.


'Paws to Read' at
West Oaks Library
A "Paws to Read" program will be
held at the West Oaks Library in
Ocoee on Saturday, Nov. 25 from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Be an Angel
Therapy Dogs Ministry will present
this reading program for children with
certified therapy dogs.
Seating is limited. Call 407-835-
7323 to register.


'Wellness Wednesday'
at West Oaks Library
The West Oaks Library in Ocoee is
hosting a program entitled "Wellness
Wednesday: Getting Your Kids to Eat
Right" on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m.
Wellness Coordinator Stephanie
Thomas will give parents tips on how
to avoid obesity in their children and
how to make specific changes imme-
diately to have happier, healthier chil-
dren.


Halloween haunted
house is back on
Leslie Ann Lane
Tim Jennings and Juan Rosa are
busily preparing for their scary Hal-
loween haunted house and graveyard
at their residence at 2001 Leslie Ann
Lane. The house, which draws ap-
proximately 200 trick-or-treaters, will
be as spooky as ever this year for its
11th anniversary.
There will also be a graveyard scene
in front of the house featuring scare
actors, as well as treats (spider rings,
candy and little skeletons) for those
brave enough to visit on Tuesday, Oct.
31, from 6-9 p.m.

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.

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 infor-
mation, call 1-800-713-3301.


The costumes are ready
Five-year-old Emily Ratcliff of Ocoee has her costume ready to go.
She is a spring fairy, and her dogs, Lexi and Ava, are flowers. She is
in kindergarten at Central Florida Prep.


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Windermere


Rotary District Governor Charles Pratt and his wife, Harva, (center) were the honored guests at the Oct. 3
meeting of the Windermere Rotary Club. Pictured with them are past-president and Assistant District Gov-
ernor Glyn Griffis (left) and President.Julia Strimple.


District governor visits Windermere Rotary Club


Rotary District Governor Charles
Pratt and his wife, Harva, were hon-
ored guests at the Oct. 3rd break-
fast meeting of the Windermere Ro-
tary Club.
Pratt thanked the club members
for their active participation in the
community and for the generous
contributions the club has made to
local community service groups and
projects. He urged everyone to con-
tinue the good work of people help-


ing people and gave every member
a colorful pin imprinted with this
year's Rotary motto: Lead the Way.
Ironically, the governor's visit co-
iincided with first-Tuesday regular
guests, a group of boys and girls
from the Edgewood Children's
Ranch. The governor took the op-
portunity to speak directly to the
students and urged them to work
and study hard. He suggested when
faced with difficult decisions the


young people should use the Rotary
Four-Way Test as a guide. The test
asks these questions of the things
we do and say: Is it the truth?, Is it
fair to all concerned?, Will it build
goodwill and better friendships? and
Will it be beneficial to all con-
cerned?
The Rotary club meets Tuesday
mornings at Windermere Town
Hall. For more information, call Co-
ert Voorhees at 407-876-6897.


Other guests at the Oct. 3 meeting of the Windermere Rotary Club were boys and girls from the Edgewood
Children's Ranch. Pictured with the children are Rotary District Governor Charles Pratt (left) and Lynn Ho-
talen, volunteer coordinator for the Ranch, and Rotary President Julia Strimple (right).


Free family Halloween
Bash at Camp Ithiel
Families who are looking for some-
thing sale and fun to do this Halloween
are invited to a Halloween Bash at
Camp Ithiel in Gotha.
The Adrenaline Student Ministries
group will host the festivities that in-
clude a treasure hunt, costume con-
test with prizes including restaurant
gift certificates and trick-or-treat good-
ies. It will be a night of thrills and
chills.
Camp Ithiel is located at 2037
Hempel Avenue, Gotha. For more in-
formation, call Nolan with Adrenaline
Student Ministries at 407-247-5754..

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.

Youth group at WUC
to present special
service Oct. 29
The youth group at Windermere
Union Church will lead a special ser-
vice for All Hallows Eve called "Fear
Not" on Sunday, Oct. 29, at 7:30 p.m.
The community is invited to attend.
This is not a typical scary Halloween
event, but rather a reflective and emo-
tionally moving contemplative service
that will help participants examine their
lives-and what they are afraid of to turn
their fears over to God.
An offering willbe taken for youth
mission trips. For more information,
call tie church office at 407-876-2112.


Eco Saturdays program
The Orange County Parks and
Recreation Division is sponsoring its
2006 Eco Saturdays programs at the Ti-
bet-Butler Preserve. All programs be-
gin at 10 a.m. and are free to the pub-
lic. 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.
To reserve a place, call 407-876-
6696.


Activity night at
Windermere Library
The Windermere Library will spon-
sor a Family Games and Activity
Night on Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 6-
7:30 p.m. Area families are invited to
attend and play games and participate
in a craft activity.
For more information, call the li-
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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. Individual 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 tick-
ets 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 ac-
cepted.

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 this 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
407-876-4604.

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
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 from OHS, direct-
ed by Daniel Jackson; the drama de-
partment from Dr. Phillips High
School, directed by Karen Rugerio;
the bell choir from Chain of Lakes
Middle School, directed by Marian
Wagster; a percussion group from
Rollins College; and dancers from
Central Florida Ballet under general di-
rector Vasile Petrutiu and artistic di-
rector Vladimir Bykov. In addition,
the Orlando Magic will hand out spe-
cial coupons.

Windermere Library to
host Family Movie Night
on Nov. 16
Area families are invited to come
to the Windermere Library on Thurs-
day, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m. to celebrate
Thanksgiving early with a family
movie and an arts-and-crafts session
afterward.
For more information, call the
branch at 407-876-7540.


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Bishop Brain Johnson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
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Council meeting Oct. 10 to recognize him for the town's support of Na-
tional Family Week, Oct. 28-Nov. 5.

Mayor proclaims Oct. 28-Nov. 5 as

National Family Week in Windermere


Mayor Gary Bruhn received an
award during the Town Council meet-
ing Oct. 10 for the town's support of
families as a part of the observance
of 2006 National Week of the Fami-
ly.
During the meeting, Bruhn issued a
proclamation recognizing Orange
County's National Family Week, Oct.
28-Nov. 5.
The award reads: "Presented to
Mayor Gary Bruhn in gratitude for
significant support of families in our
community."
Bishop Brian Johnson, bishop of
the Windermere Ward, The Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
presented the mayor with a plaque that
has an engraving of a house and a
quote by Harold B. Lee, former pres-
ident of the LDS Church: "The most
important work you will ever do will
be within the walls of your own
home."
"I am pleased to receive this award
on behalf of our town," said Bruhn.
"Families are the foundation of Win-

Ross Design wins
MAME Award
Ross Design Group was awarded
the 2006 MAME Award for Beasley-
Henley's Villa Laguna in the Best
Whole House Remodeling Category.
Jim Ross recently accepted the
award at the Home Builder Associa-
tion's MAME Awards ceremony held
at the Renaissance Hotel in Orlando.
The design firm transformed this
3,000-square-foot house into a 6,900-
squre-foot Mediterranean Revival-
style home.
The firm has received several
awards for this design, and the prin-
cipals said they are honored to have
been selected as the residential de-
signer for this project.
Jim Ross, a Windermere resident
and a six-generation Central Florida na-
tive, founded the award-winning firm
in 1988.

Pumpkin Patch open at
Windermere Union
Windermere Union Church
Preschool will sponsor a pumpkin
patch at its new location at 10710
Parkridge-Gotha Road through Oct.
31. Hours are 9:30 a.m.-7p.m. daily.
For information, call 407-909-0464.


dermere. They are the true cormnuni-
ty, not the houses and the buildings."
Windermere has been named the
No. 1 top choice town for families
with children by Neighborhoodscout
search engine. Criteria for the selec-
tion includes quality schools, safety
from crime and a high proportion of
families with children.
As a Family Week observance, the
Windermere Parks and Recreation
Committee will sponsor a Fall Festi-
val this Saturday, Oct. 28. It will fea-
ture-a costume parade and storytelling
from 10 a m. to noon at Town Hall.
The LDS Church at 3100 S. Apop-,
ka-Vineland Road, Orlando, will host
a Family History Conference, also this
Saturday,from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. with
instructional programs on how to re-
search and complete a family tree.
Orange County is a partner in Fam-
ily Week and other Orange County
cities, libraries, cultural and sports
venues are sponsoring related events.
For a full listing, go to www.orange-
countyFL.net.

Beauty program
scheduled for 2 local
libraries Nov. 8,15
The Sanctuary Salon and Day Spa
will host a beauty program at the
Southwest Library on Wednesday,
Nov. 8, at 1:30 p.m. and again at the
Windermere Library on Wednesday,
Nov. 15, at 1:30 p.m.
Participants will get that spa glow
with free eyebrow threading, skin and
hair consultations and mini-massages,
along with answers to frequently asked
beauty questions. The space is limit-
ed and reservations are recommended
by calling 407-835-7481 for an ap-
pointment time.

Fall Festival and
Costume Parade
The Windermere Parks and Recre-
ation Committee will host the annu-
al Fall Festival and Children's Cos-
tume Parade this Saturday, Oct. 28,
beginning at 9:45 a.m. on the basket-
ball courts. Children will receive
trick-or-treat goodies and refresh-
ments. There will also be a short pro-
gram.
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Derric Johnson's Re'Generation, a world famous 8-voice mixed vocal ensemble, will appear in concert
Thursday, Nov. 16, at 7:30 p.m. at Mary, Queen of the Universe Shrine. The program will feature religious,
patriotic and folk tunes arranged by Johnson, the founder of Epcot's Voices of Liberty. The group is pictured
while performingat a recent Miami Dolphins football game.

Re'Generation to appear in Shrine concert series on Nov. 16


The Music Department at Mary,
Queen of the Universe Shrine recent-
ly announced details of its upcoming
2006-07 Shrine Concert Series.
The next program in the series will
feature Derric Johnson's vocal en-
semble, Re'Generation, in concert on
Thursday, Nov. 16, at 7:30 p.m.
The group is a world-famous, eight-
voice ensemble directed by well-
known arranger Johnson. Re'Gener-
ation has performed for five United
States presidents and has toured the
country as "America's Premier A Cap-
pella Stylists."


The concert will feature religious, pa-
triotic and folk tunes directed and ar-
ranged by Johnson, founder of Ep-
cot's Voices of Liberty. Johnson is
also well-known to Central Florida
audiences from his appearances as
conductor of the Candlelight Proces-
sional and Massed Choir Program at
Walt Disney World.
Re'Generation has toured nation-
ally for many years, singing 6,000 per-
formances to more than 12 million
people. Prolific recording artists, the
group has recorded 38 albums, in-
cluding one gold album. The group's


members sing professionally in the
Orlando area and have appeared on
numerous television and radio pro-
grams, as well as receiving many
awards for excellence.
The Shrine is near the Lake Buena
Vista Interstate 4 Exit 68. Admission
is $9 for adults, and children under 12
are free. Tickets are available at the
Shrine gift shop or at the door on con-
cert nights. Ample free parking is
available. For information, call the
Shrine Music Department at 407-239-
6600, Ext. 38 or e-mail to shrinemu-
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Three local clubs combined their efforts to host a round-robin, tennis doubles event for Women Playing for
TIME. Events were held at various clubs, including Keene's Pointe, Bay Hill and Lake Cane, with the clubs
donating the court time. Participants made donations to benefit breast cancer research and treatment at MD
Anderson Cancer Center at Orlando Regional Medical Center and then came together for a wrap-up lun-
cheon and awards presentation at Bay Hill Country Club. The 2006 WPFT winners of the 3-club tournament
are (1-r) Melissa Aroney and Colleen Smith of Keene's Pointe, Lori Bedford and Sherry Vanderweide of
Bay Hill and Ligia Bottinelli and Charlie Kelly of Lake Cane.


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the mail room and as patient advocates.
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Dr. Phillips Inc., a local not-for-
profit company, recently announced
that Kathryn Kinsey has joined the
company as a leasing associate.
With more than nine years of real es-
tate experience, Kinsey has an in-
depth working knowledge of the com-
mercial and industrial real estate field.
She has managed in excess of one mil-
lion square feet of industrial, office
and retail properties throughout Cen-
tral Florida. This experience affords her
an unparalleled level of expertise that
will be invaluable to the tenants of Dr.
Phillips Inc.
Prior to joining the company, Kin-
sey worked in property management
at Trammell Crow and Lincoln Prop-
erty Co. She is an active member of the
Building Owners and Managers As-
sociation, where she is currently pur-
suing the Real Property Association
and Facilities Manager Association
professional designations.

SW Library is hosting
art exhibit 'A Mother's
Peace' through Dec.
The Southwest Library will exhib-
it the art of Sandra Namur through
December. The exhibit is titled A
Mother's Peace: Painting in the Im-
pressionism Style.
Namur was born in Sao Paulo,'
Brazil. She completed her first pic-
ture at age 5 and has not stopped cre-
ating art.
She has a bachelor's degree in de-
sign from Mackenzie University and
more than 20 years experience in us-
ing dry pastel, oil acrylic, crayon and
coal.
Namur has won numerous awards
for her art in various countries around
the world, including Brazil, France
and Mexico.
In 2004, one of her paintings was
exhibited at the Orlando Museum of
Art.
She is married and the mother of
two sons. Her greatest artistic inspi-
ration is the 19th-century Impres-
sionist painters. She also draws in-
spiration from her family, and, in fact,
family and painting bring peace to her
heart, she said.

Southwest Book Club
to discuss works of
Anton Chekhov
The Southwest Book Club will meet
Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. at South-
west Library to discuss Forty Stories
by Anton Chekhov. The author paints
a painfully accurate portrait of the
Russian character with wit, compas-
sion and keen insight.
The book for discussion Dec. 5 is
The Last Days of Dogtown by Anita
Diamant.
On Jan. 2, the featured selection will
be Courtroom 302 by Steve Bogira.
For more information on the book
group, call the main library at 407-
835-7323, Ext. 6027. Librarian Sandy
Mayer is the event organizer.

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
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The Dr. Phillips Rotary Club welcomed 2 guests from the National Foot-
ball League to its meeting Oct. 4. Pictured with Rotary President Dave
Lehman (left) are No. 81 Roy Ellison, a league umpire, and No. 100 Tom
Symonette, a line judge. The 2 men shared stories of 'the best of the
NFL.' The club meets regularly for breakfast each Wednesday at the
Bay Hill Club and Lodge.


St. Luke's United
Methodist Women
plan 24th annual
bazaar
St. Luke's United Methodist
Women will sponsor its annu-
al bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 11,
from 9:a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Doors
will open at 8 a.m. with early-
bird specials, and breakfast will
be served.
This will be a traditional hol-
iday bazaar with a whole new
twist, organizers say. The sale
booth themes include: Unique
Boutique; Country Junction;
Auntie Que's; Under $5
Shoppe; collectibles; holiday
greenery; Just for Christmas;
Divine Gift Aids; Tree Trim-
mings, etc.; antiques; downtown
bakery; art galore gallery; For
the Faithful; and Cornerstone
Gardens (rock-a-bye angels, pet
frenzy and creative crafts).
Lunch will be served in the
Daily Bread Cafe.
The church is located at 4851
S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando. For more information,
407-876-4991, Ext. 221.


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-Vineland
Road, Orlando. Sale hours are 10 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and
Sunday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sat-
urdays. For more information, call the
church office at 407-876-4991.


Learn about financing
your child's college
education at library
The Southwest Library will spon-
sor a program called Finance Their
Future: Saving for Your Child's Col-
lege Education on Friday, Nov. 17, at
10:30 a.m.
Participants will receive a free col-
lege-planning kit. The seminar will
include information on the cost of a
college education and funding options
available. Bradley Pace, a financial
consultant with Pace Capital, is the
seminar presenter.
For more information, call the
branch at 407-835-7323.

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 experience depression and
wish to help others, consider joining
this group.
A definite date and time for the
meetings has not been set and will de-
pend on the responses received.
The group will meet at the church,
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Oakland


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 Sat-
urday's Oakland Heritage Day from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information about the pro-
ject, call Town Hall at 407-656-1117.

Neighborhood events
planned each month
The town of Oakland has planned a
series of neighborhood events and ac-
tivities that will take place each month.
November Food will be collect-
ed at Town Hall.
December A Town Hall light-
ing ceremony Friday, Dec. 8; carols
and refreshments for guests. Santa
Day is Dec. 9.
January A volunteer apprecia-
tion party at the end of the month.
February Town Planner Roland
Magyar will play the role of a ground-
hog in a program at Oakland Avenue
Charter School. The school's FCAT
parade is Feb. 23.
March St. Patrick's Day parade
and breakfast.
April Charter school students
will perform the annual play Goin'
Buggy, and a second performance
night might be planned for towns-
people.
May and June Children are in-
vited to the meeting hall to make cards
and crafts for their parents on the Sat-
urdays before Mother's Day and Fa-
ther's Day.

Help preserve nature
The Oakland Nature Preserve wel-
comes new members to join on one
of five different levels: student or
youth ($5); individual ($25); family
($35); sponsor, corporation or orga-
nization ($50); or patron ($100 or
more).
Send checks payable to ONP to
Oakland Nature Preserve, P.O. Box
841; Oakland 34760. For details, call
ONP at 407-905-0094.

Rent Oakland
meeting hall
Residents and organizations can rent
the Oakland meeting hall on North
Tubb Street. Rental includes use of
the kitchen facilities and a seating ca-
pacity of 108.
To download a rental contract and
price list, go to www.oaktownusa.com
and click on "meeting hall facility."
For information, call Oakland Town
Hall at 407-656-1117.

Lakeview High
Class of 1957
The Lakeview High School Class
of 1957 is planning its 50-year reunion
for next spring. To help plan the week-
end event, call Billy George Kuyk-
endall at 352-243-3627 or Reba Var-
nadoe at 407-297-9566.

West Orange High
Class of 1987
The Class of 1987 at West Orange
High School is planning its 20-year re-
union, and volunteers are needed. Con-
tact Allison Butler Painter at 407-877-
0930 or ALPainter68@yahoo.com or
Donny Burs at 407-654-1375 or
Dbumsinc@msn.com. Classmates can
also e-mail westorangeclassof87@ya-
hoo.com.


Heritage Day
activities
to last entire
weekend
The town of Oakland has
expanded its agenda of activ-
ities surrounding this Satur-
day's Oakland Heritage Day.
Maureen Rischitelli has
planned Manager Movie Night
this Friday, Oct. 27, with re-
runs of her favorite show,
Andy Griffith, in the town
meeting hall from 7-9 p.m.
Oakland residents are invited
to attend.
On Sunday, 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 Her-
itage Day and will include an-
niversary cake, tea and coffee.


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

Don't become a victim
The Oakland Police Department is
reminding residents to guard them-
selves from burglaries, home inva-
sions and theft by making sure their
home is safe. The OPD offers a'secu-
rity questionnaire for residents to help
them identify needs.
If necessary, an officer can assist
residents in inspecting the safety of
their home. For more information, call
the OPD at 407-656-9797.

Do you have Oakland
news to share?
The West Orange Times welcomes
news from the town of Oakland. Res-
idents with a story or picture to share
or an event to promote can e-mail the
information to wotimes@aol.com.


Scouts invited to
volunteer at ONP
The Oakland Nature Preserve is on
the lookout for Girl Scouts and Boy
Scouts who would like to volunteer at
ONP.
The preserve welcomes boys work-
ing toward their Eagle Scout badge
and girls working on their Bronze, Sil-
ver and Gold awards. Many opportu-
nities exist for completing a project
that would benefit the community and
ONP visitors.
Those interested can contact ONP
staff at 407-905-0054.

Training sessions
for OACS volunteers
All parents who volunteer at Oak-
land Avenue Charter School are be-
ing asked to attend a training session
at the school. These meetings are on
the third Monday of each month at
8:45 a.m., and parents receive vol-
unteer guidelines and a list of do's
and don't.
For information, call the school at
407-877-2039.

Keep emergency
information handy
with File of Life
The File of Life program is avail-
able in Oakland. The packets include
an information card that gives emer-
gency personnel an immediate medi-
cal history on the patient.
Residents can pick up a File of Life
packet at the Oakland Police Depart-
ment, 540 E. Oakland Ave.


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Social


Baby shower
Sue Opgenorth of Stoneybrook West in Winter Garden celebrated the
upcoming arrival of her baby boy at a shower on Oct. 14. The shower
:was a luncheon held at Salvatore's Caf6 in Clermont. Guests came
,from all over the Central Florida area, as well as Mississippi. Sue and
Jayson Opgenorth are expecting their 1 st baby in November. The show-
er was hosted by Sue's sister, Jennifer DuBois of MetroWest, Patricia
,U. Brian of Ocoee and Patsy Jones of Clermont. Pictured is Sue and her
mother, Marjorie DuBois of Ocean Springs, Miss.

r.Bloom 'N' Grow
The Bloom 'N' Grow Garden So-
ciety met recently for its monthly busi-
Sness luncheon at the West Orange
Country Club.
Robyn Bazemore presented an in- :v "
formative program on herbs and but-'
terflies, which is her specialty at
Shores Acres Nursery, Kissimmee. 'e
The nursery is a full service, family-
owned operation that has been locat-
I d in Osceola Country for 70 years.
SNew members joining the society
in 2006 were recognized. They are
Nancy Fullerton, Bev Garrow, Glena
Gibbons, Mary Hill, Sherry Hold-
comb, Arra Mae Matheison, Kathy.
Moore, Sandra Ricke, Delia Schley,
Kathy Singleton, Diane Smith, Karen
Stuart and Christine Summers. ROBYN BAZEMORE


West Orange Seniors
plan holiday dinners
More than 40 West Orange Seniors
attended last Thursday's monthly
potluck meeting in the Ocoee Commu-
nity Center.
Celebrating birthdays were Richard
Kinnie and Tex Spargeon.
Club officers collected ticket money
for both the Seniors' Thanksgiving din-
ner and their Christmas dinner.
The Thanksgiving dinner, with tick-
ets at $4, will be held Thursday, Nov. 16,
at the Community Center. At this holi-
day event, turkey, ham, biscuits, desserts
and drinks will be furnished. Members
are asked to bring a side dish to share.
Tickets to the Christmas dinner on
Thursday, Dec. 21, are $10 and will be
held at Golden Pond in Winter Garden.
Members will not bring any side dish-
es for this event.

Lakeview High
Class of 1957
The Lakeview High School Class
of 1957 is planning its 50-year reunion
for next spring. To help plan the week-
end event, call Billy George Kuyk-
endall at 352-243-3627 or Reba Var-
nadoe at 407-297-9566.

West Orange High
Class of 1987
The Class of 1987 at West Orange
High School is planning its 20-year re-
union, and volunteers are needed. Con-
tact Allison Butler Painter at 407-877-
0930 or ALPainter68@yahoo.com or
Donny Burns at 407-654-1375 or
Dburnsinc@msn.com. Classmates can
also e-mail westorangeclassof87@ya-
hoo.com.

Dr. Phillips High
Class of 1987
The Dr. Phillips High School Class
of 1987 is planning a 20-year reunion
in 2007. Panthers and former faculty
and staff members from 1987 can get
reunion information from Deloris Pat-
terson at 407-355-3239 or Kathy
Leadbeater at 407-355-3201.


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Nehrling Society meeting
set for Meadow Marsh
The Henry Nehrling Society invites
the community to attend a special
meeting Monday, Oct. 30, beginning
at 6:30 p.m. to learn more about the
mission of the society and its plans
for the Nehrling Gardens in Gotha.
The meeting will take place at Mead-
owmarsh, 940 Tildenville School
Road, Winter Garden. Refreshments
will be served at 6:30 p.m. followed by
the meeting at 7:15 p.m.
Meadowmarsh is the former Tilden
family estate and until recently it was
operated as a bed-and-breakfast. The
home and grounds have been restored
by developers Castle and Cooke, and
the company is allowing non-profit
organizations to use the facility until
it becomes a clubhouse for the new
community called Oakland Park.
For more information on the pro-
gram or directions to Meadowmarsh,
call Scott Boggs at 407-312-5249.

Garden Club to hold talk
on holiday floral designs
The Windermere Garden Club will
hold its next meeting Thursday, Nov.
9, beginning with coffee at 9:30 a.m. at
Town Hall. A program follows at 10
a.m. on fresh floral designs for the hol-
idays. Margaret Kirkpatrick is the fea-
tured speaker, and arrangements will
be auctioned off. The club is sponsor-
ing a field trip to Shore Acres Nursery
to purchase herb plants on Nov. 16.
For more information on member-
ship, call Tanya Chesire at 407-905-
9963.

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Nov. 4 at St. Luke's
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Saturday Singles Dance this Saturday,
Nov. 4, from 8-11 p.m. Doors open at
7:15 p.m., and the cost is $8 per person.
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4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
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16A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 26, 2006


SWindermere


(Continued from front page)


mobilization and maintenance of traf-
fic ($10,000) is a significant portion
of the cost. In addition to the curbing,
the work includes changes in the hand-
icap ramp and repairs to the crosswalk
and brick-paved areas of the street. The
construction will require a flagman at
both ends of the work zone, and there
will be temporary closures of both
roundabouts for equipment movement
and some diversion of traffic. The work
will be accomplished as a change order
to the original contract with Gibbs and
Register, the contractor on the down-
town renovation.
B&H Consultants did the design
drawings for the new curbing. Work
is expected to begin within a month.
In other business, the council:
by a vote of 4-1, authorized the
Town Manager Cecilia Bemier to sign,
a deed-restriction document with prop-
erty owner John Latshaw, 323 E.
Fourth Ave., that would entitle him to
construct a dock that conforms with
the settlement agreement recently cre-
ated to resolve the Lake Down law-
suit. Latshaw was not a plaintiff in the
lawsuit. Roper cast the dissenting vote.
Latshaw paid the attorney's fees for
drawing up the required documents
and has provided insurance coverage as
prescribed in the Lake Down settle-
ment agreement. The settlement sets
forth a standard for all future docks in
specified area but makes provisions
for extensions as needed for boat usage.
As a result, Latshaw's dock will be 120
feet in length, instead of the standard
65 feet, in order to reach a lake depth
sufficient for docking a boat.
authorized an expenditure of up to
$5,000 to obtain a topographical survey
of the town-owned property between
Third and Fifth avenues on Lake Down
to include all the elevations and trees
and surface improvements in this area.
The purpose of the survey is to de-
termine if the area at the end of Lake
Street needs berming and swaling to
prevent runoff into the lake. The town
is in the process of delineating the right-
of-way and crating a pedestrian walk-
way along the lakeshore and needs to
know how the drainage solution could
affect the location of the path.
The council also directed Bernier to
move forward with engineering work
under a continuing contract with Pro-
fessional Engineering Consultants to
determine if berming is necessary.
Boundary surveys have already been
done.
voted unanimously to have Bernier
and Doug Bowman, chairman of the
Parks and Recreation Committee, meet
with the former plaintiffs in the Lake
Down lawsuit to discuss the town's
suggestions on the delineation of the
lakefront right-of-way. The commit-
tee prefers installing a fence to mark
the public area, and the property own-
ers prefer a berm or swale.
agreed to a Request for Proposal
document prepared'by Bernier to ad-
vertise for town attorney services. The
town manager will set the deadline for


Registration opens for
Relay For Life teams
The American Cancer Society's
Relay For Life of West Orange is
just around the corner. Register a
team now by calling the ACS at
407-843-8680 or by visiting the Re-
lay For Life table at the city of Win-
ter Garden Halloweenfest on Oct.
31.
This celebration of life brings the
West Orange community together
in a unified effort to fight cancer.
Former and current cancer patients,
their families, businesses, civic or-
ganizations and the public are in-
vited to take part in this team event
from 6 p.m. on April 13 until noon
on April 14 at Ocoee High School.
Relay For Life is the ACS's ver-
sion of an athletic relay but with a
new twist. This is a family-orient-
ed event, where participants enjoy
the camaraderie of a team and also
raise funds to support the activities
of ACS.
Participants camp out at the re-
lay site, and when they are not tak-
ing their turn walking, they take
part in fun activities and enjoy lo-
cal entertainment. Teams from com-
panies, churches, organizations,
hospitals and schools collect dona-
tions and can win individual and
team prizes for their efforts.
"Relay For Life brings the
progress against cancer to the fore-
front," said Sheila Jackson, event
chair. "Many participants are our
family, friends and neighbors who
have dealt with cancer themselves.
Their involvement is proof of the
progress that has been made not
only reducing death rates but also in
the quality of life following cancer
treatment. The funds raised enable
us to continue our investment in the
fight against cancer through re-


the return of the bids, and the council
will review the applications and select
the town attorney. The council dis-
cussed delaying the selection process
until the legal work on the town char-
ter revision is complete.
authorized Bernier and Withers to
prepare a redesign of town office space
to address current needs and submit it
to the Long-Range Planning Commit-
tee for consideration, inclusion in the
five-year plan and implementation.
approved three requests presented
by the Parks and Recreation Commit-
tee a design for Christmas banners
for the street lamps in the downtown dis-
trict, an expenditure of $2,000 for a
holiday walk and dates for three tennis
programs.
postponed appointments to the
Code Enforcement Board since there
were only two applicants for two po-
sitions. The council preferred to make
a decision next month in hopes of hav-
ing more citizens volunteer for the
board. One individual has expressed
interest in the Development Review
Board vacancy. Two residents have
applied for the Elders Committee, and
there are two vacancies on the Tree
Board. Advertisements for the vacan-
cies will continue on the town Web
site.
approved 'a contract with Accu-
Krete for $4,850 to repair and replace
875 feet of sidewalk on the south side
of Conroy-Windermere Road in front
of the Isleworth Country Club wall.
The work will be underway within the
month.
held the first reading of an ordi-
nance to establish a proportionate fair-
share program as required by Florida
law. The local ordinance prescribes
methods for the town to deal with the
impact of development on its trans-
portation facilities and mitigate coop-
eration between the public and private
sectors. The council discussed this pro-
posed law and its ramifications for
more than an hour and made minor
changes to the wording. It will be
brought back for a second reading, pub-
lic hearing and vote next month.
heard the mayor proclaim Oct. 28-
Nov. 5 as National Family Week in
Windermere. A representative of The
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints presented the mayor with a
plaque for his support of the impor-
tance of families.
held the first reading of an ordi-
nance that would redirect taxes levied
on property insurance policies of town
residents from Florida's General Fund
to the pension fund for Ocoee fire-
fighters. Ocoee provides fire protec-


search, education, advocacy and pa-
tient services."
The money raised goes directly
to the ACS's lifesaving programs.
For information about forming a
team or getting involved in Relay
For Life, call 407-843-8680.
1


tion services to Windermere. There
will be a second reading, public hear-
ing and final vote next month.
listened to the first reading of an
ordinance for the voluntary annexation
of property at 10836 Wonder Lane.
Part of the property is already within
town boundaries. A second reading,
public hearing and vote will be sched-
uiled for next month's meeting.
unanimously passed two new or-
dinances. The first provides addition-
al liability protection for the town when
it enters into contracts with indemni-
fication provisions, and the second de-
fines the length of terms for citizens
boards and provides for the creation of
ad-hoc committees and the appoint-
ment of subcommittees.
did not support a request by the
mayor to have town staff go with him
to the Orange County Council of May-
ors meetings to take minutes. The coun-
cil voted 3-2 against the motion. The


consensus was that the town has no ad-
ditional staff time available for the 20
hours annually that would be required.
In discussion, the council suggested
several alternative solutions to the may-
or.
by a vote of 4-1, directed town
management and the Development Re-
view Board to review certain zoning
codes that relate to accessory struc-
tures and swimming pool setbacks.
Sprick voted against the motion be-
cause he would rather have a compre-
hensive review of all the codes in Jan-
uary. By a unanimous vote, the coun-
cil asked Bemier and the DRB to review
the town ordinances governing set-
backs for residential equipment and
make suggestions for improving the
laws. Early in the meeting, a citizen
complained about a noise problem re-
lated to his neighbor's household pool
and air-conditioning equipment, so the
elected officials agreed the law needs


immediate review.
Under the consent agenda, the coun-
cil:
approved the replacement of an ex-
isting sign for Huber Family Limited
Partnership, 625 Main St., and pay-
ment of $250 for the mayor's mem-
bership in the Florida League of May-
ors Inc.


Two items withdrawn from the con-
sent agenda, a permit for Mildred
Grice, 901 Rosser Road, to burn de-
bris in her citrus grove, and a right-of-
way use agreement with Markham
Properties to install a paver driveway
at 517 E. Sixth Ave., were approved
at the end of the agenda as separate
items.


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EDUCATION: Supports increased funding for schools, teachers, class
size reduction and school building assistance.
McManus Yes Precourt No

He says he supports public education, but
home schools ALL his children.
INSURANCE REFORM: Supports rate reduction for insurance companies
and greater regulation of this for profit industry.
McManus YesI-l I Precou.ri No
Bill McManus for State representative, District 41 Has taken in excess of $20,000 from insurance
lobbyists, political action committees and corporations.

fCONGESTION/GROWTH: Supports impact fees on developments to pay for
necessary infrastructure, police and fire needs.
McManus Yes Precourt No 1

Has taken in excess of $100,000
from those in the development industry.

b:., ELIMINATE THE TOLLS: Residents of this district should be exempt from paying local tolls on 408,
429 and the Florida Turnpike for travel in the 4 county region. Tax revenues from the tourist industry should
supplement these roads that had to be built due to the tourist congestion. We can use our Sun Pass' to
establish residency for the tolls which we should be exempt from paying.

STEVE PRECOURT REFUSES TO DEBATE ME AS HE IS ATTEMPTING TO BUY THE ELECTION WITH HIS LOBBYIST, INSURANCE AND DEVELOPERS MONEY.
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Winter Garden, Florida Thursday, October 26, 2006


Panthers roll to playoff berth on Homecoming Night


A long procession of Dr. Phillips High students representing the school's 2006 Homecoming court were honored at midfield last
Friday night. For article on DP's victory over Freedom, see 2B.


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The student body elected Chris Warren and Jessica Chavers (right) as its Home-
coming king and queen. The Panther mascot stood in for Warren, a highly ranked
basketball prospect who was meeting with North Carolina State University basketball
coaches on Friday night.


Panther Head Coach Kevin Pettis is all smiles as his
team jumps out to a 35-0 first-half lead. DP beat
Freedom 54-0 to clinch its first playoff berth since
2002.


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Dr. Phillips running back Thomas Shuler breaks a tackle on his way to
scoring the first of his 2 touchdowns vs. Freedom.
Photos by Michael Laval


Panther quarterback Chris Wilkes examines the Freedom defense as he steps to the
line of. scrimmage.


A Dr. P1illips cheerleader is lifted overhead following one of DP's touch-
downs vs. Freedom.


The Panther defense suffocated its opponent last Friday night, allowing only 3 first downs with 2 coming by way of penalties.






2B The West Orange Times Thursday, October 26, 2006


Sports


Dr. Phillips clinches playoff berth, eyes District 5 title


- In other Week 9
football action, Olympia
defeated rival West
Orange, while Ocoee was
upset at home by Evans.

By Michael Laval

The Panthers (6-2, 4-0) celebrated
Homecoming last week with a 54-0 rout
of Freedom that clinched DP's first play-
off berth since 2002 and set up a show-
down vs. Boone for the District 5 cham-
pionship this Friday night at Dr. Phillips
High.
After DP jumped out to a 35-0 half-
time lead, officials allowed the game
clock to run uninterrupted for the entire
second half.
The Panthers scored touchdowns on
their first four possessions. Damion
Allen accounted for 90 total yards and
scored touchdowns rushing, receiving
and passing. Thomas Shuler rushed for
83 yards and 2 touchdowns on 7 car-
ries, while Brandon Ards added 48yards
and a score. Quarterback Chris Wilkes
connected on 6-of-9 passes for 88 yards,
including a 24-yard TD pass to Gabe
Simmons.
Dr. Phillips (373 total yards) enjoyed
excellent field position throughout the
game thanks to a dominating defensive
effort. The Panther defense allowed 18
total yards and only one true first down
for the entire game. Freedom moved the
chains twice on DP penalties.
Junior Clay Lee and freshman Lo
Wood each grabbed interceptions, while
Alex Olama and Chris Seymour had 1
fumble recovery apiece.
The Panthers close out their district
schedule at home this Friday vs. Boone,
which is the only team standing in the
way of DP's first district title since 1997.

Olympia vs. WOHS
The Titans (3-6) upset the Warriors (3-
5) last Friday night with a 19-3 victory
to capture the Fence rivalry trophy and
spoil WOHS Alumni Night.
Olympia's opportunistic defense took
advantage of a West Orange offense
that was crippled with injuries at key
positions. Star tailback Anthony John-
son picked up 95 yards of total offense
before leaving the game with a season-
ending injury. Three Warrior defensive
starters went down with injuries in the
second quarter.
Blake Dieterich, who started in place
of injured WOHS quarterback Joey
Burkhalter, was pressured throughout
the night.
Sean Westphal led the Titan defense
with 11 tackles, followed by Austin Dier
(10 tackles, 1 forced fumble) and Cor-
nelius Sterling (7 tackles, 1 forced fum-
ble). Jonathon Lampkins made 2 inter-
ceptions.
Olympia quarterback Rodney Dorsett
led his team in rushing with 74 yards
while throwing for 82 yards and one
touchdown on 12-for-18 passing.
Dorsett moved the Titans on a 16-play,
79-yard drive to open the second half.
that proved to be a game-breaker. Tail-
back Trey Odom capped the drive with
a 12-yard touchdown run that put the
Titans ahead by 10 points.
E.J. Carter added 65 yards and 1 TD
on 11 carries for Olympia. Marquis
Rolle hauled in 4 passes from Dorsett,
including a touchdown, for 43 yards re-
ceiving.
"I was proud of the way our kids
played against West Orange," said Ti-
tan Head Coach Bob Head. "I thought
the seniors really stepped up and played
well. Our offensive line got the game
ball for their play in the second half."
West Orange's only points came on
a Joel Jordan field goal that opened the
scoring in the first quarter.

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needs volunteers Nov. 3-4
Special Olympics Florida needs vol-
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Florida State Fall Classic, set for Nov.
3-4 at Disney' s Wide World of Sports.
About 170 volunteers are needed to
help serve as athlete escorts and to as-
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Olympics' Healthy Athletes program,
which consists of a series of free health
screenings for Special Olympics ath-
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No prior experience with Special
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needed to volunteer. Shifts are set for
Friday, Nov. 3, from 3-7 p.m. and on
Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to 2
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All volunteers will receive a T-shirt.
Those interested must sign up online.
To,register, visit www.sofl.org or call
Special Olympics Florida at 352-243-
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"Injuries are really hurting the War-
riors," said WOHS Head Coach Tim
Smith. "We feltgood about our chances
vs. Olympia, but we failed to keep the
pressure on them after we scored first."
Cornelius Taylor (15 tackles), Dale
Jones (12 tackles, 1 blocked extra point),
Antonio Johnson (11 tackles) and Aaron
Fisher (10 tackles, 1 forced fumble)
stood out on defense for the Warriors.
West Orange remains at home Fri-
day for Parents' Night when the Waniors
will host Apopka. The Titans return to
their home crowd this Friday as they
host Evans for Olympia's season finale.

Ocoee
The Knights' dream season suffered
a rude awakening last Friday night when
visiting Evans pounded Ocoee for a 33-


0 halftime lead on its way to winning
33-22.
The loss dropped Ocoee to 6-2 over-
all and 2-2 in District 4 competition.
The unexpected loss to the Trojans (4-
4, 1-3) severely hurts Ocoee's playoff
hopes as they face district powerhouse
East Ridge this Friday.
Despite starting the second half in a
deep hole, the Knights kept their com-
posure and rallied for 22 points while
shutting out Evans for the remainder of
the game. Ocoee quarterback Kingsley
Barconey threw for 121 yards on 8-for-
19 passing.
The loss spoiled Senior Night,
Ocoee's final home game of the season.
After this Friday's game at East Ridge,
the Knights close out their season Nov.
3 at Gateway.


IUS Kicks its way to finals
The Inter United Soccer (IUS) Kicks U11 girls soccer team competed in the Seminole Soccer Tournament
earlier this month and advanced to the finals.. Celebrating with their runners-up trophies and medals are (I-
r): in front, Kayla Keith, Taylor Stewart; second row, Amaya Turner, Denisea Wilson, Brianna Garcia, Mar-
lo Mulhall, Kristy Vidler, Cortney Shuman, Evelyn Neidert; third row, Sidney Alencewicz, Alivia Schaeflein,
Molly Gradl; back row, coaches Matt Shuman and Peter Schaeflein. Not pictured: Coach John Coburn.

Falcons minor league football team moves to West Orange


Olympia senior receiver Cam Martin sprints down the sideline with the
Warrior defense in pursuit. Photos by Steve Harrison.


West Orange High tailback Anthony Johnson (No. 5) is wrapped up in
the backfield by a Titan defender in Olympia's 19-3 victory last Friday
night at WOHS.


The Orange County Falcons, 2005
champions of the Southeast Football
League (SEFL), have recently relocat-
ed from Orlando to the West Orange
County area. The team has begun week-
ly practices in Ocoee and will play its
home games at West Orange High
School's Ray Screws Field.
The SEFL is a minor league develop-
ment 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 sea-
son Feb. 3 in Ft. Lauderdale vs. the
Broward Raiders. The team will also
travel to road games in Belle Glades,
Leesburg, Clearwater, Ocala and Mia-
mi. The Falcons will host home games
at WOHS vs. the Ocala Peppers (Feb.
17), Florida Hurricanes (March 3), Mi-
ami Knights (March 10), Florida Kings
(March 24); Central Florida Thorough-
breds (April 7) and Lake County Patri-
ots (April 21).
Practices began recently at the Jim
Beech Recreation Center, located at 1820
A.D. Mims Road in Ocoee, and will con-
tinue every Saturday and Sunday from 1-
4 p.m. All regular-season games take
place on Saturdays.
Falcons Head Coach Anthony Smith
said his team is looking for players who

Sonshine Volleyball to
hold informational
meeting Nov. 6
The Sonshine Volleyball Club will
host an informational meeting Nov. 6
at 7:30 p.m.
The club will hold tryouts Nov. 18
at 10 a.m. at Windermere Baptist
Church, located in Windermere at 300
Main St. Tryouts will also be avail-
able the following day by appoint-
ment only for those who cannot at-
tend on Nov. 18.
For more information, visit son-
shinevolleyballclub.com or call Randy
Stone at 407-448-3912.


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The Falcons, Smith added, are also
looking for people interested in coaching.
The team will host a charity game vs.


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This foursome was one of many who took an opportunity on Oct. 14 to
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Oceie High golfers
The Odoee High varsity boys gol f eam wrapped up its season Ihis month by competing in Ihe district lour-
namrent The Knights finished eighth oul of 11 teams. Gathered above are (l-r): Tyler Sribling. Taylor
Belip~er,, Cory Roach. Joe Morrison, Head Coach Eric Enlrekin. Blake Rainer, Zach Moore and Taylor
Williaim'.


DPHS Athletic Club
holds first meeting
The new Dr. Phillips High
Athletic Club held its first or-
ganizational meeting Tuesday,
Oct. 24.
The goal of the club is to en-
hance Dr. Phillips High's ath-
letic programs' visual identity
by supporting them behind the
scenes.
"We want to add to the entire
athletic experience by sup-
porting the athletes themselves,
whether it's by painting a club-
house or sprucing up a playing
field," said Bob Farrier, DP
Athletic Club president. "The
bottom line is, it's all about the
kids."
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
FarrieratROFOSU@aol.com.


Ocoee softball
defeats
Olympia 17-0
The Ocoee High varsity slowpitch
softball team improved to 9-3 on the
season by defeating Olympia 17-0 last
week. The Lady Knights exploded for
12 runs in the fourth inning to blow
the game open. Ashley Hindes, Devin
Crabb, Dominique Smith, Brittany
Spencer and Miranda Isbell all pitched
in offensively.
Ocoee picked up its 10th victory of
the season just two days later by beat-
ing Colonial 16-11. The Knights took
command of the game early with 10
runs in the second inning. Tiffany
Mather, Lauren Smoley, Taylor Skip-
per, Isbell, Hindes, Smith and Crabb
all enjoyed big games at the plate.
The Ocoee varsity boys basket-
ball team will hold its first practice
Monday, Oct. 30. The team will com-
pete in the Tip-Off Classic at Ocoee
High on Nov. 15 and 17.
The Lady Knight varsity girls bas-
ketball'team began practice Oct. 23
and is preparing for its debut in the
Tip-Off Classic at Ocoee on Nov. 10-
11.
The Ocoee varsity boys bowling
teanp sdt OHS records for high game
(944) and high series in its 2615-2575
victory over Bishop Moore last week.
The Kmghts are 3-8 overall and 2-5 in
Metro Conference play.
Thie Knights junior varsity boys
bowling team also beat Bishop Moore
753-580 to improve to 7-2 overall.
The OHS varsity girls bowling team
fell to Bishop Moore 1805-1545 last
week.
The Ocoee varsity boys and girls
cross-country teams competed in the
Metro Conference Championships this
month. In the freshman and sopho-
more championship meet, the Lady
Knights finished sixth out of 16 Metro
Conference schools. Alyssa Burkert
won the girls race in a course-record
time of 20:27.71. Sonnie Rennison,
Kristen Smith and Ashley Duncan fol-
lowed Burkert with Smith and Duncan
both posting personal-best times.
Knights Jeffrey Wood and Charles
Smith also set personal-best times in
the freshman/sophomore meet.
In the Metro Championship race,
Burkert finished second among all fe-
males to lead the Lady Knights to a
seventh place finish among 16 varsi-
ty teams. Burkert was followed by
teammates Lutrisha Altidor, Renni-
son, Duncan, Smith, Keanna Baker
and Melissa Poon.
Ocoee's Christopher Duncan fin-
ished 12th out of 98 runners to lead
the bo\ s tearn and break a team record
by completing the race in 16:55.24.
Wood and Smith again set personal-
best times, while Ralph Barden also
provided a solid performance.
The Ocoee cross-country teams will
compete in the district championship
meet this Saturday, Oct. 28, at Lake
Brantley High School. The meet starts
at 8 a.n.
The Knight varsity boys soccer
team began practice last week and will
compete Oct. 31 in a preseason clas-
sic game at Seminole High vs. Gate-
way. Ocoee's first home varsity game
is set for Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. vs. Jones.
The Ocoee varsity girls soccer
team opened with its preseason clas-
sic game Oct. .24 at DeLand High, The
Lady Knights host their home opener
Nov. 2 vs. Freedom.
The JL.ad Knight varsity girls vol-
leyball t~n fell to East Ridge in the
district tournament last week to fin-
ish waib. a 9-15 overall record and'
place ninth among 14 Metro Confer-
ence teams.
Ocoee High will host its fall sports
banquej londa., Dec. 11, at 6 p.m.
in the schooll cafeteria. Tickets for par-
ents 'andguests will be sold for $5.
Athletes \will be admitted for free. For
more information, contact Athletic
Director Bill Chambers at 407-905-
3006 or chambew@ocps.net.
The Ocoee High Booster Club will
hold a meeting Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in
the school media center to discuss the
formation of a school foundation.


FCS triathletes
Family Christian School 7th- and 8th-graders (1-r) Taylor Baker, Kelsey Graham, Courtney Creeden and Lo-
gan Mills are all smiles after completing the 3rd Annual FCS Triathlon.




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An 11-year career

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6B The West Orange Times Thursday, October 26, 2006



Schools


Students in Florida public schools celebrated Constitution Week in many ways. The 2nd-graders in Mrs. Newlon's
class at Citrus Elementary put on a play about the Constitution the preamble, the articles that establish
the 3 branches of government and the amendments. Dressed as the founding fathers, the students presented
the brief play for their parents and other 2nd-grade classes. All 21 students delivered their lines clearly and
right on cue.


Calvary Christian School celebrated Homecoming and continued its undefeated season with a victory over
Westgate. Congratulations to the Homecoming court (l-r): Krista Edmondson (freshman), Glorimi Ramos
(junior), Ethan Barba (junior), LeAnn Hill (senior), John Knotts (senior), Cole Bishop (Homecoming king),
Bernice Briones (Homecoming queen), Yashera Torres (sophomore) and Zach Bishop (sophomore).


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Fall Family Fun Night
Citrus Elementary will be having its
Fall Family Fun Night this Thursday, Oct.
26, from 5-8 p.m. Each grade level will
have tables set up where teachers will be


showing parents how to play some Ev-
eryday Math games. Parents will also
receive free directions and all the mate-
rials needed to play these games at
home with their children.


Raffles for other great math giveaways
will be held throughout the evening. Oth-
er activities include the PTA meeting
from 5:30 to 6, a pizza dinner sale from
6 to 7:30 and the Book Fair from 5-8.


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Recently, Foundation Academy's preschoolers learned about community helpers. The Winter Garden Po-
lice Department was kind enough to come out and spend some time with the children. A big thank-you
goes to the police department not only for the visit but also for their protection as well. Pictured are (l-r): (stand-
ing) Graci Jo Pritzkau, Austin Wagner, Steven Friend, Adelina Cruz, Chase Newton, Audrey Duncan, Ryan
Newton, Daniel Cooper, Nicholas Maher, Milan Balic, Lauren Walker, Isabella Fleetwood, Austin Beassler,
Joshua Long, Madi Murphy and Rafe Thomas; and (sitting) Sarah Grace Brady, AmyAnkoh, Jacob DeLena,
Devyn Pappas, DaiJah Francois, Abby DeStefano, William Kish, Lauren Miller, Alexys Garafola, Abbie
Adamson, Kassie Kimpel, Anlanh Nguyen, Mibhael Lemuix-Bott, Donovan Martens, Sadat Kasem, Andrew
,Richardson, Will Martin, Kade Green, Nikki Ramsey, Lauren Owen, Cooper Billsborough, Midy Tran, Kendall
Manning, Morgan Flannery and Mimi Copeland.


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Seventh- and 8th-graders at Humphreys Junior High love to celebrate especially when it involves food.
Recently they celebrated Evan Albert's birthday with a soccer cake specially designed by Evan's mom,


Students in Jaime Cormier's class at Dillard Street Elementary enjoy a trip to the Winter Garden Pizza
Company during their walking tour of downtown Winter Garden.


Field trip
As part of their neighborhood unit,
the first-graders at Dillard Street Ele-
mentary went on a walking tour of
downtown Winter Garden. They visited
the Winter Garden Florist, where they
made a floral arrangement and took
home flowers.
The students also visited Shaw's
Florist, where they went into the flow-
er cooler and bought candy. Next they
went to City Hall and saw the offices of
city officials and the plans for new build-
ings in Winter Garden.
Then at the police station, the stu-
dents went into a jail cell, saw the offices
and sat in a police car. The next stop


was the Winter Garden Branch of the
Orange County Library System, where
they listened to stories and watched
optical illusions.
The highlight of the tour was a stop
at Winter Garden Pizza Company,
where Mr. Willie treated them to a lunch
of pizza and drinks. The students also
received gift certificates for future vis-
its to the restaurant.
The first-grade teachers and stu-
dents want to extend a big thank-you to
all the businesses and offices that sup-
ported the tour and especially to Mr.
Willie and the Winter Garden Pizza
Company for their generosity.


Partners in Education
DSES would like to thank the Or-
lando Ale House for being a great Part-
ner in Education. The community is
asked to support this generous busi-
ness.
-PTA
It is not too late to join the PTA.
Membership fee is $5. Call the school
at 407-877-5000 if you have not re-
ceived a membership form.
School Nurse Program
All families are asked to send in a do-
nation for the School Nurse Program
if they have not already contributed.


OCREA to meet Nov. 2


The Orange County Retired Educators Associa-
tion will meet Thursday, Nov. 2, in the fellowship
hall at College Park United Methodist Church, lo-
cated at Harvard Street and Edgewater Drive (across
from Publix Supermarket). Due to limited parking, car-
pooling is suggested.
The speaker will be Victoria Adams, health educator
from the Center for Drug-Free Living. She will ad-
dress issues relating to drug interactions the potential
dangers of mixing prescription drugs with certain
foods, herbals, over-the-counter medications and oth-


er substances and how mistakes with prescription
drugs are a leading cause of death in the U.S.
The special project for November is donating of-
fice supplies and other items such as paper towels and
Kleenex to the Adult Literacy League. Bring these
items to the meeting.
A continental breakfast begins at 10 a.m., followed
by the program and general membership meeting at
10:30.
For more information, call Carol Egolf at 407-896-
1836 or Bob and Ruth Ford at 407-644-7092.


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Thursday, October 26, 2006 The West Orange Times 7B


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Preschoolers at First United Methodist Church Learning Center enjoyed a day at Green Meadows Farm.
They milked a cow, fed the goats, had a hayride and more. Pictured are teachers Mrs. Susan, Mrs. Tate
and Mrs. Margie.

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Whispering Oak Elementary students enjoy Everyday Math games to extend problem-solving techniques
in Mrs. Stanley's intermediate math lab.


SAC meeting
The Whispering Oak Elementary
School Advisory Council will meet
Monday, Nov. 6, 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


Edgwoo Children-s Ranch


The West Orange Kiwanis honored 2 students from Edgewood Children's
Ranch as the Most Improved for August and September. The students
received certificates and a $50 savings bond, and their names are
placed on a plaque that hangs in the reception area of the ranch. Pic-
tured are (l-r): Justin O'Connell (for August), Kiwanis President Lenny
Stark and Jonathon Beavers (for September).


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

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

Rummage, plant sale
at Hope, Legacy
Hope Charter and Legacy High will
have a rummage and plant sale SatuPr-
day, Nov. 4, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It
will be held on the school grounds at
1550 E. Crown Point Road.
Anyone wanting to donate items can
drop them off at the school on Friday,
Nov. 3, from 6-8 p.m. or on Saturday,
Nov. 4, from 6:30-7:30 a.m. Breakfast
will b e served. All proceeds will ben-
efit the schools.
Call the school office at 407-656-
4673 for more information.


Mrs. Rayburn's 2nd-grade class at Oakland Avenue Charter School is enjoying the fall weather. The stu-
dents are learning math outside in the fresh air.

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Mrs. Bromby's class at Spring Lake Elementary took a little detour on the way back to the classroom last
week. The students' mission was to pick up trash and make Spring Lake look great. Pictured are: Anthony
Allen, Brooke Blackburn, Gabriella Castro, Cody Cornell, Yessenia Dejesus, Stephanie Denmark, Brandon
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Maxey Elementary was recognized recently as a school that provided
a safe, accident-free working environment for the 2006 fiscalyear. The
CFE Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the Workers' Compen-
sation Department, presented the award. Pictured are (l-r): Nancy
Whitecavage, CFE Federal Credit Union; Belinda Davis, principal; Deb-
bie Beyers, former school secretary; and Regina Cochrane, manager,
Workers' Compensation, OCPS.


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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 talents
to the community and are being sup-
ported 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.


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One of Windermere Elementary's
reading goals is for students to value
and share the love of reading. Mr.
May's fifth-grade students enjoyed
sharing a good book with kindergart-
Sners and first-graders to celebrate Na-
tional Literacy Month.
The class divided into groups, and
each group animated the selected sto-
ry with puppets they created. Upon
finishing the stories, the excited lis-
teners were given something as a re-
minder of the event. For If You Give a


Mouse a Cookie, the children received
Sa cookie. The Froggers Halloween
group passed out candy.
Abby Boyce of Mr. May's class said:
"Be patient with them. If they're talking,
have fun with it."
Fifth-grader Nathan Doerr re-
marked, "It teaches them that it's im-
portant to read."
Kindergartner Bella Scisciani in Mr.
Reddick's class thought it felt good
and liked getting candy.
This seems to be the start of an an-
ticipated tradition.


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Windermere Prep 4th-graders recently rocked on in terms of learn-
ing about geology. Mark Novokowsky, a professional geologist, was a
guest speaker during science class. Pictured is Novokowsky assisting
4th-grade science students Chris Eng and Jenny Bradley in investi-
gating the properties of rocks. In addition to rock identification, the stu-
dents also learned about the geologic timetable and received infor-
mation regarding geology as a career.



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Lake Whitney Elementary students celebrated the 50th day of school
with a tribute to the 1950s. Even though the students and most of the
teachers were born decades later, they all dressed the part. Pictured
are (l-r): Tambi Durham, guidance counselor; Katie Whiffen, 2nd-grad-
er; and Beth Prince, principal.


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Ocoee Middle students recently attended the annual FloridaFarro Bu-
reau dinner. Students were able to mingle with members of toe.bureau
and show their appreciation for all the Farm Bureau does forthe',FFA
chapters and students. Students were able to meet and thank OCPS
Superintendent Ronald Blocker for his support of agricultural education,
as well as the many other supporters who were present.


Spelling Bee winners
Victory Christian Academy i O'coee
congratulates the 2006-07 VCA
Spelling Bee winners who will bom-
pete in the Regional Spelling Bee on
Nov. 3.
The winners are (first grade-) Abby
Gaskins, Gabrielle Lairsey and Brooke
Lindsey; (second grade) Navya Isaac,
Micaela Melendez and Katy S'awmy;
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Alaina, Christina, Spencer and Phylicia.


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speaker was Tim Hancock, a representative for FCA. Hancock led the invitation at the end of the.meeting
and 5 students rededicated their lives to Christ and 4 trusted in Christ for the first time. FCA is available for
all students whether they play sports or not, and it is not limited to just CFCA students. Leaders for CFCA's
CFA are, I-r, Game Director Bobby Sorenson, Athletics Administrator Travis Tewson, Worship Leader Jesse
Crandall, Co-Captain Zack McKenzie, Captain Christiane Updike, Secretary Kristi Noah, Treasurer.NipkfMar-
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West Orange VFW Post 4305 Ladies Auxiliary holding Patriotic Art Contest


The West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary is seeking young
artists to enter the Young American
Creative Patriotic Art Contest. Students
must be in grades nine through 12 and
must attend school in the state of the
sponsoring Ladies Auxiliary. Home-
schooled students are also eligible, but
foreign exchange students are not.
The artwork must be on paper or


canvas. Watercolor, pencil, pastel,
charcoal, tempers, crayon, acryhc, pen-
and-ink or oil may be used. Digital art
may be submitted but must be on pa-
per or canvas. No discs will be ac-
cepted.
Canvas entries are to be on stretch-
er frames; other entries must be matted
on white. Artwork should be no small-
er than 8 by 10 inches but no larger


than 18 by 24 inches, not including the
mat.
These national scholarships will be
awarded: first place, $10,000; second,
$5,000; third, $2,500; and fourth,
$1,500.
March 31 is the deadline for entries
to the Ladies Auxiliary. For complete
instructions and an entry form, call
407-656-5586.


Southwest Middle School PTSA board members Michele Moradi and Julie Popp get ready for a ride at the
'Ultimate Party' with Principal Anne Carcara (from left). The party was given for students who sold at least
8 iterhsduring the school's fund-raiser.
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Veterans Day Service
On Nov. 9, students at the First
Academy will host dignitaries and
guests as the school honors Orlando
veterans at ils second annual Veterans
Day Service.
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, City
Commissioner-Sam Ings and Paul
Hay, chairman the city's Veterans Ad-
visory Council, will be on hand as the
event kicks off with a free continental
breakfast for all veterans and active
military personnel.
As guests make their way to the ser-
vice that follows at 9 a.m., they will get
to see a display of military vehicles
and hardware, courtesy of the Florida
Army National Guard's 2nd Battalion,
124th Infantry.
The service will feature a United


States Marine Corps Color Guard, pa-
triotic music by the First Academy
Band, performances by the Upper
School Choir, theater students, Low-
er School students and the appear-
ance of special guests.
The event is open to active and re-
tired veterans and their families, as
well as the Central Florida communi-
ty.
The complimentary breakfast will be
served from 8-8:45 a.m. in the First
Baptist Church of Orlando's Faith Hall.
This is a ticketed event for veterans
and invited guests, and seating is lim-
ited. No ticket is required for the ser-
vice at 9 a.m.
To reserve a breakfast ticket, con-
tact Donna Priest at the academy at
407-206-8643.


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.

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.
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890 S. Vineland Rd.
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671 Beulah Road, Winter Garden
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631 S. Dillard St..
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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 8:30am and
10:30am. Sunday School 9:30am
for all ages with childcare.
www ascension-orlando.org

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

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
9am-10am Contemporary
10:15am-11:05am Sunday School
11:15-12:15 Traditional
5-7:30pm TNT Youth Group
7-7:45pm Contemporary & Gospel

Newell St.
Post i First United -o
Office Methodist Church
Plant St. 5

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


NON-DENOMINATIONAL

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

FAITH HARVEST CHURCH
"Bringing the Word to Life"
"We look forward to seeing You"
Sun: 10:30am Wednesday: 7pm
At 1003 Princeton Dr.(ln 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 life 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! 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 CATHOLIC CHURCH
SSingles Dance
(last Saturday of Every Month)
8pm to 11 pm $5.00
Hastings St., Near Kirkman Rd
off West Colonial


AvSoum' BANK
Rose Pina
14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
407-656-3633


Southwest Church
Meeting (4' Roper YMICA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

SHwy50


FL Turnpike
Marshall
Farms Rd.

S429

Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Surida.j; Worship Sr-nice 10 3Orn
Tom Welch. Pastor
407-903-1384




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The Crossings
A Community Church
10:30 am Worship Service 407-656-6044
Hwyso 1 Ocoee



Crossings Windem.ereEln.. 2
SIak Bull Blvd. PaekRd
Windermere


CLERMONT ORLANDO WINTER GARDEN


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Entertainment


Upcoming events at Disney World


November will be a busy month at
Walt Disney World with various spe-
cial events.
Susan Lucci, All My Children star,
will headline a lineup of ABC's day-
time stars at the 11th Annual ABC
Super Soap Weekend Nov. 11-12 at
Disney-MGM Studios. There will be
a special guest appearance by The
View's newest co-host, Rosie O'-
Donnell.
Festivities include celebrity mo-
torcades, autograph sessions, talk
shows and interviews. The Colgate
Total Street Jam will close the event
each day with live musical perfor-
mances by some favorite daytime
stars.
Jon Secada will close the Eat to the
Beat! Concert Series Nov. 9-12 at Ep-
cot's International Food and Wine
Festival. The Cuban-born singer and
songwriter has won Grammy Awards
for Latin pop.
Other concert performers include
The Contours (Nov. 2-4), Chubby
Checker & the Wildcats (Nov. 5-6),
Southside Johnny and the Asbury
Jukes (Nov. 7-8).
The 31st Festival of the Masters
will run Nov. 10-12 at Downtown
Disney. Participants, who are hon-
orees from art festivals around the
United States, will vie for awards to-
taling $40,000 in 10 categories. The
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"The Admiral" former Naval
Academy and National Basketball
Association star David Robinson -
will launch Disney's holiday tradi-
tion, the Candlelight Processional, as
guest narrator Nov. 24-26 at Epcot.
This retelling of the Christmas story
in narration will be complemented by
music performed by a 50-piece or-
chestra and mass choir. Other narra-
tors include John O'Hurley and Rita
Moreno.
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas
Party begins Nov. 13 in the Magic
Kingdom. There are carolers, cocoa,
Christmas cookies and even snow
flurries on Main Street, U.S.A. This
event requires a separate ticket at
$45.95 for ages 10 and up and $37.95
for ages 3-9.
For more information, call 407-W-
DISNEY.
Fan fun begins Nov. 17 at Disney-
MGM Studios for rivals Bethune-
Cookman College and Florida A&M
University. This fan day is the first in
a weekend of activities leading up to
the.27th edition of the Walt Disney
World Florida Classic Nov. 18 at the
Florida Citrus Bowl. Tickets for the
football game are $35 and can be pur-
chases at www.ticketmaster.com or
though the colleges.


Festival of Trees at
OMA runs Nov. 11-19
Experience the festive sights
and sounds of the 20th anniver-
sary of the Festival of Trees at
the Orlando Museum of Art
Nov. 11-19. For nine days the
museum is transformed into a
glittering holiday wonderland.
The heart of the event is a col-
lection of trees, full-scale holi-
day vignettes and gingerbread
creations all decorated by lo-
cal designers.
Children can walk through
Candyland and make crafts, play
games and even e-mail Santa.
The Festival Caf6 will be serv-
ing tasty treats and lunches, also.
Special events at the Festival
of Trees include the Patron's
Gala, a black-tie affair 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. Park-
ing is $3. Daily hours are from
10 a.m. to 5-p.m. The museum
is located at 2416 N. Mills Ave.,
Orlando, in Loch Haven Park.


Music at the Morse Museum 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.miorsemu-
seum.org.


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travel if necessary. Excellent benefits. Please apply in
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030 PERSONALS
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
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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

300 ANIMALS FOR SALE
340 FREE TO GOOD HOME
380 PET SERVICES & SUPPLIES
VEHICLES:
400 AUTOS FOR SALE
401 TRADES
405 ACCESSORIES
410 AUTO PARTS
420 AUTO SERVICES & REPAIR
430 TRUCKS &VANS
440 RVS & TRAVEL TRAILERS
450 MOTORCYCLES
455 EQUIPMENT
460 BOATS
470 BOAT PARTS
480 VEHICLES WANTED


SERVICE:
500 MEDICAL & HEALTH
505 DETECTIVE
510 FLORAL & HOME
PHOTOGRAPHY
515 MUSIC & PHOTOGRAPHY
520 ACCOUNTING
/BOOKKEEPING
525 INSURANCE
530 CHILDCARE
540 CLEANING
550 MOVING & HAULING
560 HOME IMPROVEMENTS
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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
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE:
700 HOMES
710 CONDO &TOWNHOUSES
720 COMMERCIAL
730 WATERFRONT
740 LOTS & ACREAGE
750 OUT-OF-STATE
760 MOBILE HOMES
770 REAL ESTATE WANTED
800 SCHOOL & INSTRUCTION
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Utility Job Training Certi-
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UTA at (918)225-0825 vis-
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WANTED EXPERI-
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PHONE:407-656-8568 OR
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CARPENTERS &
HELPERS. Steady work in
W. Orange area. Trans-
portation Available. Call
407-579-9277. fk 11/02.

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


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Labor

Wanted: nursery worker
good pay. Biosphere, Win-
ter Garden, (407) 656-
8277. 11/02

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

NEEDED IMMEDIATE-
LY: Landscape Mainte-
nance Equipment Opera-
tors & General labor.
$10.50 to start with at least
lyr. Exp. 40 hrs/wk all
year. Other benefits. No
drugs, alcohol or smokers.


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130
Medical

Medical: MA/LPN want-
ed FT, F-F, 8:45-5.
OB/GYN back office ex-
perience a must. Good pay,
health insur, paid vacation,
profit sharing, 401K. In Dr.
Phillips area. No new grads
please. Fax 407-351-2239.
10/26.

Established EYE
HEALTH CLINIC has (2)
positions available. Medi-
cal Work-up Technician
and Optical Specialist. Will
train. Good Pay with Ex-
cellent Benefits and Flex-
ible Hours. Please call
Jerome at: 407-656-3755.
11/16

LICENSED PRACTICAL
NURSE:Immediate open-
ing in upscale ALF for PT
LPN, 8am-4:30pm every
other weekend. Apply in
person at 80 N. Clarke
Road, Ocoee or fax resume
to 407-299-2185.11/2

FOOD SERVICE DIREC-
TOR: Immediate opening
in upscale Assisted Living
Facility to manage the
overall food, dining service
and staff. Minimum of two
years experience as a chef
or FSD. CDM preferred.


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Day, evening and weekend shifts
available. 2 yrs. retail or clerical expe-
rience and background check required.
Perfect for students or retirees.
Call from 9am-9pm C.S.T.
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Apply in person at 80 N.
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resume to 407-299-2185.
11/2

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. 10/26

ADMISSIONS/MAR-
KETING DIRECTOR RN
with case management ex-
perience. 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.
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Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

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now hiring full & part-
time. Bakers, decorator, &
drivers to work Dr. Phillips
area. Call 407/903-0230.
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Deli Cook, Cashier, good
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Employment

Need extra money for the
holidays? Clean homes
professionally with our
company. Work 2-5 days
per week.No weekends or


nights. Each applicant
needs a car. Weekly pay.
Start $9.75/hr. Drug free
work place. Call after 9a.m.
to schedule an interview
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Bldg. InspectorI & II
Bldg. Maintenance III
Collection Field Tech 1
Chief Planner
Dist. Tech I
Network Support
Specialist
*Public Serv. Worker I
Assistant to the City
Manager Public Srvcs.
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 of Winter Garden is an
equal opportunity employer.


MUSIC STORE FT
sales/svc in retail music
shop. Exp pref. over 21,
mgmt. potential. Resume
to Garden Music, 40 S.
Main St., Winter Garden,
34787. No calls please.
11/02

Childcare in my home
Monday-Friday registered
infant-5 Preschool work 15
yrs experience. References
available 407-641-4278
10/26,11/02.

Best Western Ocoee is hir-
ing for two part-time ac-
counting positions; payroll
clerk and an accounting
clerk each for approx. 20
hours/week. Previous pay-
roll, benefits administra-
tion, and accounting expe-
rience required.Good pay
and flexible work sched-
ule. Apply in person at
West colonial Drive just
east of FL Turnpike in
Ocoee, Call 407-656-5050
for information or fax re-
sume to 407-905-
4563.EOE/H/V/M/F/D.
10/26

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.407-
886-3434. 11/02

Need help with Construc-
tion Cleaning of New
Houses. Full Time Start
Rate 7.50 hr. Must have
own transportation and
working cell phone. Esp
Not Needed. Will train.
407-770-9097.10/26

LASER OPERATOR: I
need a competent person
to train as a Laser Operator.
If you are dependable,
computer literate, need no
supervision and want to
grow with us, send your
fax to: Laser operator, 407-
654-8451. You can qualify
for benefits after 90 days.
10/26.

PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS: If you want your
work to be appreciated, be
rewarded 8 hours of pay for
8 hours of work and you
are dependable, I have a
job for you. I am seeking
4 full time employees to
complement my produc-
tion area. I offer benefits af-
ter 90 days such as paid
time off, holiday pay and I
pay 75% of your hospital
insurance. Fax to: Produc-
tion, 407-654-8451 10/26

The Historic Ocoee Chris-
tian Church is in need of a
Christian KeyBoard/Piano
Player that can play both


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respected nursing and rehabilitation centers, has
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in their work:

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Cook/Dietary Aide
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work environment that puts quality first. Interested?
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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.
SThis is a paying position.
Please contact pastor Scott
SBillue for details at 407-
S656-2010 or pas-
torscott @ ococechris-


tian.com or visit our Web
Site at www.ocoeechris-
tian.com. tfn 10/31.
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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


HELP WANTED: A Chris-
tian Preschool, located in
southwest Orange county, is
looking for teachers & assis-
tant teachers. A high school
diploma is required and a
CDA is helpful, but not nec-
essary. For additional infor-
mation, please contact First
Baptist Windermere Child
Development Center, 300
Main Street, Windermere,
Florida, 407/876-2874. 10/26.
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or college level Algebra 1,
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not limited to the follow-
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normal business hours and
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Attn:: William M. Vail, Jr.
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'CHILDCARE WORKER:
'Local Christian ministry is
Seeking a part time Child-
Slcre worker for elementary
ag6 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-
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6HOME HEALTHCARE I
am 'seeking a position for
-the Elderly or Handicap
iHome 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
Tokai Piano, in great
shape, Mahongany wood,
$995 OBO, 407-832-4971.
10/26
Sport Go-Ped $175. Nice
Christmas gift for the
Young and Reckless. Call
Debbie @ 321-229-4103.
10/26
Treasure Trove of furni-
ture, household items,
glassware, tools, books and
toys. Fri & Sat. 8:00am
until it's all gone! 558
Woodson Ave., Ocoee.
10/26.
PRE-ENGINEERED
STEEL BUILDINGS.
30x40 was $13,200 now
$6,800. 40x60 $21,860
now $10,520. 60x80
$36,120 now $17,740.
Other sizes up to 100,000
sf. Erection Available.
(800)720-6857. f26
16 ft BASS BOAT, 85 hp,
Mercury, Trailer, Trolly,
Motor, $2,500, 407-579-
5728.11/2.

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.10/26
BED 100% ALL NEW in
plastic, name brand King
pillow-top set. Delivery
Available @220.407-423-
1202. 11/09
BED $150, ABSOLUTE
bargain. New queen, pil-
low-top mattress set. In
plastic. Warranty, Deliv-
ery Available. 407-287-
2619. 11/09

BED $125, MATTRESS
set, full-size, brand new,
still in plastic, Delivery
Available. 407-287-2619
11/09


Lexington King Size Bed,
$500.00. Sofa, $500.00.
BOTH EXCELLENT
CONDITION. Call 407-
719-2752. 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 Call: 407-
656-5991. 11/2
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-
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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. f26


Leather sofa and loveseat
- $795 brand new. 321-
663-3831. 10/26sl
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.
11/02
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. 10/26sl
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.
321-663-3831.10/26s1
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 deliver.
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. sw10/26
SPECIAL BUILDING
SALE..."DON'T MISS
IT!" Fall delivery or de-
posit holds till spring.
25'x40'x14' $5800.
40'x60'x16' $12,800. Front
end optional. Other sizes
available. Pioneer.
(800)668-5422. f26
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Stoys. Fri & Sat. 8:00am
until it's all gone! 558
Woodson Ave., Ocoec.
10/26.

COMMUNITY SALE -
TRAILS OF
MONTVERDE SUB.
11/4/06,8AM-?, NO EAR-
LY BIRDS PLZ! Hwy 50
to HWY 455 to Ridge-
wood to Trails. 11/2.

Multi-family yead sale Oct
28, 8-2. 1 mile from Colo-
nial up Good Homes. Fol-
low signs. 10/26

Upright Freezer (26 cube)
$50.00. 407-656-5125.
10/26.

GARAGE SALE: Fri. 27th
& Sat. 28th.8-3pm. 514
N.Woodland,Winter Gar-
den 10/26


Pets

340
Free to Good
Home

Sweet Loving 11 month
Female Huskymix Spayed
$25.00 Donation. Racheal
at 407-877-2428. n/ctfn.

Calico Sisters, 6 month,
Adorable spayed, keep to-
gether, $30.00 Donation.
Irma 407-235-0782. n/ctfn.






430
Trucks & Vans

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!!
10/26






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Childcare

TLC for your little ones.
Flexiable hours. CPR, 10
years same location. Ref-
erences. Call: 407-293-
0252. 10/26


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.


560
Home
Improvement


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Winter Garden longest es-
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tractor serving
Central FL since 1983.
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Electricians.
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and competitive rates call
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600
Homes for Rent


OCOEE, 3/2 Close to ev-
erything on Orlando Ave.
$975/mo plus deposit. Call
Debbie @ 321-229-4103.
10/26

Bordeaux Community near
West Oaks Mall***
2BR/2B split plan all new
tile, carpet and paint. $975
mo./$250 dep. Come See!
407-765-6934 or 407-876-
6541 11/02

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. Firstlast.
$1700 mo. Includes pest.
Available now. MAIN
STREET REALTORS call
Carl Patterson, Realtor 407-
876-2372.10/26

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. Southern
Realty 407-869-0033 x 124
or 407-448-1042. 10/26ff

AVAILABLE NOW!
3BR/2BA, 2 car garage,
immaculate condition in
north Winter Garden, drive
by 149 Roper Drive call
Ouida @ 407-491-3000.
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610
Condos and
Townhouses

3 bedrm 2 bath, condo in
Winter Garden rent for
$1175. Possible lease to
buy. Call Terry at 407-905-
3630 or 407-399-4409.
10/26

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

2/2 Condo's in Winter Gar-
den for rent $975-1050.
Call Terry at Advanced
Realty. 407-905-3630 or
407-399-4409. 10/26

2Br/2Ba First Floor,
Screened Porch, Great Lo-
cation, Pool and Tennis.
$825month plus $825 Se-
curity.407-909-1311. 11/16


620
Apartments &
Duplexes

1BR/1BA Immaculate,
Newer Appliances, No
Pets, Non-smoker, $600
per month, Call Jerome
407-376-8763. 11/16.

"APT FOR RENT"
2br,2bth,cmty pool,close
to downtown Winter Gar-
den gated $825 monthly.
Call 321-217-1449. 10/26

WINTER GARDEN
APARTMENTS 1II. 584
West Bay St., Winter Gar-
den. 407/656-7860/phone.
407/656-7270/fax. tdu-
ranl @mannausa.com.
www.mannausa.com.
11/02

625
Rooms/
Efficiency

ROOM FOR RENT: Nice
Private Room and Bath.
Near Hunts Creek Area.
$525.00 month. Call 407-
856-9195. 10/26.

Bay Pointe Apts. NOW
RENTING 2bdrm. Vacan-
cies. Starting at $382.
Equal Housing Opportuni-
ty. 407-656-1661 10/26.

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

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. 10/26.

DAYCARE CENTERS
FOR LEASE. Buy Both
Businesses for $165.000 &
Take Over Leases.


FOR RENT
Located in the beautiful East Tennessee mountains of Butler Tennessee, 30 minutes from Boone
N. Carolina. This home is fully furnished with 3 bdrms, washer and dryer, deck with a beau-
tiful view. Fully stocked kitchen. Cable TV and telephone. Located on 13 acres with a beau-
tiful view of mountains. Weeks available in October and November. Come see the leaves
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ehl0/26.

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. 11/26tfn.

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. 10/26

2002 Manufactured Home,
No Lot. Doublewide,
3br/2ba, Window Shutters,
All 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


HOME FOR SALE: Gor-
geous Country Home and
Barn on 5 Acres!! 4/2, Fire-
place, Sundecks, Handi-
cap-Modified-REDUCED
299,000.00 Call Alice
Rosado, ERA Professional
Real Estate Services, Inc.
352-408-3105. 10/26


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.
Bring 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-
come,$333K, 407-929-
9115, web.mac.com/mick-
leton 10/26

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. Call407-761-
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.
$370,000. Call (859)608-
2213. f26


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


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.

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


730
Waterfront

LAKE LOT CLOSE OUT
SALE Saturday, Novem-
ber 11. We'll make your
payments for the 1st year!
Lake Access Bargain
$34,900. FREE BOAT
SLIPS! On spectacular
34,000 acre recreational
lake in Eastern Tennessee,
Surrounded by state forest.
Limited # available. Call
today for early appoint-
ment (800)704-3154 X
880, TN Land Partners,
LLC 10% 'down, balance
financed 1 year @ 7.25%
fixed, 1 year balloon,
OAC, payment
$189.77/month. f26

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. f26


740
Lots and
Acreage

40 acres with pond Near
State & Nat'l Parks. Camp,
Fish, Hunt. $149,900 own-
er fin. $7995 down
(800)352-5263 Florida
Woodland Group, Inc. Lic
RE Broker. f26

SW Georgia 203 Acres of
planted pines. 170 Acres,
17 years old located 4
miles west of Pelham. Ex-
cellent Hunting! Priced to
Sell! Call (229)890-2589.
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10/26

2001 DOUBLEWIDE
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$15,000. 10/26.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

The Car Store of West Orange, Inc.
gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and intent to sell these vehicles
on 11/10/06, 07:00 am at 12811
W Colonial Dr Winter Garden, FL
34787-4119, pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. The Car Store of West
Orange, Inc. reserves the right to
accept or reject any and/or all bids.
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1G4AH51N3KT446127 1989
BUtGK
2G4WB54L1P1402786 1993
BUICK
1GQCD53B6N4270770 1992
CADrLLAC
1G6KF52Y1RU277076 1994
CADILLAC
1G6DW5473LR703681 1990
CADILLAC
1G6KD52B5SU284474 1995
CADILLAC
1GCHG35RXX1079303 1999
CHEVROLET
1G1BN69HOFY118543 1985
CHEVROLET
1G1BN53E6NW142543 1992
CHEVROLET
1G1BN51HOJR215282 1988
CHEVROLET
JG1MR2164KK703719 1989
CHEVROLET
1G1BN53EXMR141120 1991
CHEVROLET
1G1AW19R7E6897308 1984
CHEVROLET
2G1WL52M2X1101627 1999
CHEVROLET
1GNDUO6D6NT119717 1992
CHEVROLET
1G1GZ37H2GR159960 1986
CHEVROLET
1GNDT13W5WK147515 1998
CHEVROLET
KLAVA6921YB244418 2000
DAEWOO
2B5WB35ZORK134170 1994
DODGE
1B3XP64K8NN194491 1992
DODGE
D)XFE0017C989 1989
DXF 1
1'FMCU14TXGUC85090 1986
FORD
1FMCU12T9JUB24479 1988
FORD
1ETZX1729YNA89257 2000
FORD
1FALP52U4VA114421 1997
RD
1HGCD5624RA099874 1994
8ONDA
GEH2356PH518588 1993
ONDA
,IMED8452KS005317 1989
ONDA
1GCB765XNA061152 1992
ONDA
(AHONDA
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INFNITI
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INCOLN
1LNBM81F1JY843279 1988
LINCGLN
JMv1GC22A4H1111373 1987
MAZDA
IMELM6245RH620781 1994
MERCURY
2MEBP95F7FX617085 1985
INIERCURY
1MEBP93FODZ675873 1983
MERCURY
JA3BF44G1JZ020551 1988
MITSUBISHI
"N4EB31PORC825633 1994
ISSAN
JN1EB31P4MU003174 1991
NISSAN
1N4BU31D7SC176339 1995
NISSAN
1N4EB31B4MC809626 1991
NISSAN
J1tiU21P1MX845557 1991
NISSAN
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5.K7S4247834 1995
1 2891Z107132 2001
1G8ZH5492NZ221425 1992
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N/A SUNBIRD
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,YOYOTA
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TOYOTA
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TOYOTA
,F2SV21W4H0035279 1987
3YOTA
JT2W22E5K0078734 1989
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i0'26; 'i 1',)-
11

NOTLGE OF PUBLIC SALE
A fohforthe following vehicles
l, held on November
.:1~.e,at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
FbrstfhiRoad, Orlando, FL. 32807
for (he towing and storage pur-
suaft to,F.S. # 713.78. Terms are
casfi. '

200 HONDA 600 RR
VinJH2PC37054M101988
MDoWoing reserves the right to
aocipot r reject any and all bids.
,o/2006

NfIICE OF PUBLIC SALE


Auction for the following vehicles
will e held on November
7,20C,at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
Forsyt' Road, Orlando, FL. 32807


LEGAL

NOTICES


INC. of 2500 E SECOND ST,RENO
cus: SKY HIGH RIDE MANAGE-
MENT of 2777 NO. TOWNE
LANE STE 2106 ,RENO
L.H: NONE of
lienor: ANC DIESEL REPAIR, INC.
520 MAGNOLIA
AVE,WINTER GARDEN
phone: 407-656-7229
#ORGC985 lien amt $4626.43
.2003 BMW 4D vri
-'WBAGN83403DK10301 j
reg: BIO SPA OASIS of PO BOX


for the towing and storage pur-
suant to F.S. # 713.78. Terms are
cash.
1992 Mercury
Vin#2MECM74W3NX696157
MD Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
10/26/2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
File No. 48-2006-CP-002506-0
MASON ROY STARKEY,
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the es-
tate of MASON ROY STARKEY,
deceased, File Number 48-2006-
cp-002596-0,is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 425 North Or-
,ange Ave., Room 340, Orlando,
Florida 32801. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons, who have
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate,including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
on whom a copy of this notice is
served, must file their claims with
the Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OF THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having.claims
or demands against decedent's
estate,including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is: October 26, 2006.
LYNETTE N. STARKEY, Personal
Representative 10201 Hart Branch
Circle Orlando, FI 32832
Frank 0. Finkbeiner, Attorney
Florida Bar No. 146738
108 East Hillcrest Street
P.O. box 1789
Orlando, FI 32802-1789
(407) 423-0012
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative. 10/26,11/02.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: Hugh-/
es Towing & Recovery gives No-
tice of Foreclosure of Lien and in-
tent to sell these vehicles on
12/01/2006, 08:00am at 103 S.
Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FI
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.
1B3EL46X6532408 2005
DODGE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: Hugh-
es Towing & Recovery gives No-
tice of Foreclosure of Lien and in-
tent to sell these vehicles on
11/24/2006, 08:00am at 103 S.
Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FI
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.
1B7GG23Y8RS649649 1994
DODGE
1G1JF5242V7142339 1997
CHEVROLET
2B6GH21Y5MK448644 1991
DODGE
2G1WL52M2S9289026 1995
CHEVROLET
2P4FP25B9WR698839 1998
PYLMOUTH

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: Hugh-
es Towing & Recovery gives No-
tice of Foreclosure of Lien and in-
tent to sell these vehicles on
11/17/2006, 08:00am at 103 S.
Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, FI
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.
1B3CP48K7KN676491 1989
DODGE
2C1MR2462R6774124 1994
CHEVROLET
2MEBM74F7HX705099 1987
MERCURY

10/26

Notice of Sale
Pursuant to FI. St. 713.585, Auto
SLien & Recovery Experts, Inc.
w/Power of Attorney, will sell the
following vehicles to the highest
bidder to satisfy lien. All auctions
held with reserve, as is where is,
Cash or Certified funds. Inspect 1
week prior at lienor facility. Inter-
ested parties call 954/893-0052.
Sale date 11/16/06 @10:00 am.
Auction will occur where each ve-
hicle is located under License
AB0000538. Be advised that own-
er or llenholder has a right to a
hearing prior to the scheduled date
of sale by filing with the Clerk of
Courts. Owner/Lienholder may re-
cover vehicle without instituting
judicial proceedings by posting
bond as per FL. Stat. 559.917;
25% buyer premium additional.
Net proceeds in excess of lien
amount will be deposited with the
Clerk of Court.

#0RGC927 lien amt $3343.65
1984 WHITE VOLVO 20 vin#
1WUFBEJG6EN058999
reg: SKY HIGH TRHILL RIDES


940516,MAITLAND
bus: UNKNOWN of
I.h.: BMW BANK OF NORTH
AMERICA of 5515 PARKCENTER
CIR,DUBLIN
lienor:ORLANDO'S AUTO SPE-
CIALISTS, 3145 N JOHN YOUNG
PKWY,ORLANDO
phone:407-290-0777
#ORGC986 lien amt $4067.93
1999 FORD PK vin#
1FTRF07L9XKA50593
reg: JOHN DAVID GESELL
of 19029 US HWY 19 N
B219,CLEARWATER
cus: UNKNOWN of
I.h. NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION of PO BOX 3002
,MERRIFIELD
lienor:ORLANDO'S AUTO SPE-
CIALISTS, 3145 N JOHN YOUNG
PKWY,ORLANDO
phone: 407-290-0777
#ORGC988 lien amt $4501.50
1996 DODGE SW vin#
1B4GP54L7TB416788
reg: CHARO DENISE JEAN
of 1017 FLORIDA HOLLY DR,OR-
LANDO
cus: FRITZE JEAN of 1017 FLORI-
DA,ORLANDO
I.h.:NONE of
lienor: DOCTOR TRANSMISSION
AND AU, 2028 W WASHINGTON
ST ,ORLANDO
phone: 407-426-9488
#0RGC993 lien amt $3380.00
1996 HONDA 4D vin#
1HGCD5639TA004824
reg: CARLOS ALEXANDER BO-
NANO of 130 E.WOODLAND
DR,SANDFORD
bus: CARLOS A BONANO of
10125 EASTMARR COMM APT
1436,ORLANDO
I.h: MOTOR CAR CONCEPTS II
INC of 7224 E. COLONIAL
DR,ORLANDO
lienor: CARMONA REPAIR, INC.
,1455 W LANDSTREET RD STE
502 ,ORLANDO
phone:407-851-5000
#orgc994 lien amt $3508.001995
FORD BS vin#
1FBJS31H6SHA74018
reg: MIQUEL GEORGES of 1917
CRICKET DR,ORLANDO
bus: JEAN ZACNARIE LOUIS of
2847 L.B. MCLEAD RD #D,OR-
LANDO
I.h: NONE
lienor: CARMONA REPAIR,INC
,1455 W LANDSTREET RD STE
502,ORLANDO
phone: 407-851-5000
#ORGDO11 lien amt $5612.64
1992 MERCEDES-BENZ 4D vin#
WDBEA30EXNB738088
reg: ANTHONAY ALEXANDER
D'OYLEY of PO BOX 100257,FT
LAUDERDALE
bus: AUDREY RICHARDS of 498
N. STATE ROAD 434,ALTAMONE
SPRING
.h: NONE
lienor: L & C REPAIRS & COLLI-
SION 4936 OLD WINTER GAR-
DEN RD ST ORLANDO
phone: 407-447-7510
#ORGD012 lien amt $5612.64
CHEVROLET 4D vin#
2G1WB55K169114625
reg: ENTERPRISE LEASING COM-
PANY of 5442 HOFFNER AVE,OR-
LANDO
bus: FRANCIS NOVAK of 2036
MERCY DR 207,ORLANDO
I.h: NONE
lienor: MAACO AUTO PAINTING
& BODY ,917 MERCY DR,OR-
LANDO
phone: 407-297-8551
AUTO LIEN & RECOVERY EX-
PERTS, INC.
PO BOX 813578
HOLLYWOOD, FL 33081-0000
10/26

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 pend-
ing 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 personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative'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 AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims
or demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF 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.: 066693914357
Island Cove Dr.
Orlando, Florida 32803
Orlando, Fl 32824
(407) 895-9466
10/19, 10/26


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 11-6-06 @ 8:30AM AT RALPH
JOHNSON 24 HOUR WRECKER
SERVICE, 11409 W. COLONIAL
DR. OCOEE, FLORIDA. THE FOL-
LOWING VEHICLES WILL BE
SOLD FOR CASH. SOME OF THE
VEHICLES POSTED MAY HAVE
ALREADY BEEN RELEASED AND
NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SALVAGE
SALE.


94 CHEV.PK VIN#
1GCCS1446R8150414
RALPH JOHNSON'S WRECKER
SERVICE RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY AND
ALL BIDS. RALPH JOHNSON'S
WRECKER SERVICES RESERVES
THE RIGHTTO BID. BIDDING BE-
GINS AT THE AMOUNT OWED.
ALL VEHICLES SOLD, AS IS. NO
WARRANTIES AND NO GUAR-
ANTEE OF TITLES. CALL 407-
656-5617
10/26/06


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, deceased,
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, Orlando, Florida
32801. The names and address-
es 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 OF
THIS NOTICE OF THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
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 PUBLICATION 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:
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 Kantor
& Reed, P.A.
Orlando, 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 OAK-
LAND 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, (if 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
peti-
tion must be filed within twenty-
one (21) days after publication of
this notice, and must include all
of the information and contents
described in Uniform Rule 28-
106.201, F.A.C. The petition must
be filed with the Agency Clerk, De-


apartment of Community Affairs,
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100,
and a copy mailed or delivered to
the local government. Failure to
timely file a petition shall consti-
tute a waiver of any right to re-
quest an administrative proceed-
ing as a petitioner under Sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S. If a pe-
tition is filed, the purpose of the ad-
ministrative 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 be-
come final.agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affected
persons may petition for leave to
intervene in the proceeding.
A petition for intervention must
be filed at least twenty (20) days
before 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 Adminis-
trative Hearings, Department of
Management Services, 1230
Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-3060. Failure to
petition to intervene within the al-
lowed 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 participate in the ad-
ministrative hearing.
After an administrative hearing pe-
tition is timely filed, mediation is
available pursuant to Sub-section
163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any af-
fected person who is made a par-
ty to the proceeding by filing that
request with the administrative
law judge assigned by the Divi-
sion of Administrative Hearings.
The choice of mediation shall not
affect a party's right to an admin-
istrative hearing.

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


NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc., will sell
at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suant to Chapter 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes on November 09,
2006 at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*
1997 TOYOTA, VIN#
1NXBBO2EXVZ502988
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32824 Orange
2001 MAZDA, VIN#
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Located at: 151 W. TAFT
VINELAND RD, ORLANDO, FL
32824 Orange
2001 TOYOTA, VIN#
4T1BG22K01U826500
Located at: 151 W.TAFT
VINELAND RD, 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
10/26


Sly's Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell vehicles pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes that on 11/7/06 10:00
a.m. at 119 5th St., Winter Gar-
den, FI.407/656-1996. 34787-
3613. Sly's Towing & Recovery
reserves the right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
1971 MERC MONTEGO 2DR
1H01F529093
1994 CHELUMINA 4DR
2G1WL54T8R9166409
1994 SAT DOOR
1G8ZK5576RZ280417
1999 FORD ESCORT
3FAFP15PXXR161490
2003 EMES HOMEMADE TRAIL-
ER 1E9AL16293L252097
10/26


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ORANGE COUNTY TOWING & RE-
COVERY
1820 N. GOLDENROD ROAD
ORLANDO, FL 32807
407-677-9094

1988 Honda 4/DR (White) VIN#
1HGCA5548JA072595
Auction Date: November 11,2006
@ 8:00am

1989 Buick 4/Dr (Gray)
1G4AH51N1K6430474
1993 Pontiac Bonneville (Gray)
1G2HX5310P1279881
1997 Ford 4/Dr (Bronze)
1FALP52U2VA301317
1997 Ford 4/Dr (Red)
1FALP52U1VA292951


Auction Date, November 7, 2006
@ 8:00am
10/26


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ORANGE COUNTY
TOWING & RECOVERY
1820 N. GOLDENROD ROAD
ORLANDO, FL 32807
407-677-9094
1991 Chevrolet 4 door Silver
VIN# 1G1BN53E7MW144767
Auction Date, November 20, 2006
at 8:00a.m.
11/9/06

STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
FIND THE TOWN OF OAK-
LAND 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 Or-
dinance No. 2006-10.on Septem-
ber 25, 2006, IN COMPLIANCE,
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, (if 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
peti-
tion must be filed within twenty-
one (21) days after publication of
this notice, and must include all
of the information and contents
described in Uniform Rule 28-
106.201, F.A.C. The petition must
be filed with the Agency Clerk, De-
partment of Community Affairs,
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100,
and a copy mailed or delivered to


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timely file a petition shall consti-
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quest an administrative proceed-
ing as a petitioner under Sections
120.569 and 120.57, F.S. If a pe-
tition is filed, the purpose of the ad-
ministrative 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 be-
come final agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affected
persons may petition for leave to
intervene in the proceeding.
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before 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 Adminis-
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Management Services, 1230
Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-3060. Failure to
petition to intervene within the al-
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has to request a hearing under
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F.S., or to participate in the ad-
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.5+ acres of beautiful horse property. 2 stall ex- Enter this gorgeous 4/2.5 home with great views
pandable barn, tack room custom built home with from your triple sliding glass doors. Open and
great floor plan. Gorgeous sunsets from screened airy with a great floor plan for entertaining.
patio. MLS# G610628. $895,000 MLS# G4609125. $475,000


REDUCED!
OAKLAND 4br/3ba. Beautiful huge oak trees, sitting on 1 3/4 acres. Now $650,000.

DELANEY PARK. 2br/1ba condo. Lake, pool. Good downtown location. $245,900.

JOHN TERRELL, Broker (407) 876-3384
Wingard Construction & Real Estate, Inc.


NEED A PLACE TO STORE YOUR
ANTIQUE CARS? TAKE A LOOK AT THIS!
5 car garage, workshop and engine room all under air. 2,489sf. In/law, office quarters.
Above garage is 1,089 with full bath and kitchen, upgraded appliances. Main house is
2,466sf. 2 story with wood floors downstairs, 2br down plus 2 extra rooms could be used
for br. All of this and lakefront too, w/concrete boat house on Lake Minneola. Chain
of Lakes. Possible lot split. MLS# G4610301. $919,900.
Call Dale Bloder at Micki Blackburn Realty 352-874-6623


DEEDED ACCESS TO LAKE LOUISA CAN YOU MOVE IN TOMORROW?
3/2 home with community dock, home shows like You can get a great deal on an elegant Victorian
a model, open and airy, neutral colors, gorgeous style home in prestigious gated community on
flower garden in backyard, high on a hill with chain of lakes. Cozy, up to 2 fireplaces. Stunning
lake view, RV and boat storage included in HOA. formal/dining room. Enjoy the cheerful parlor.
MLS# G4608394. $254,900 Beautiful pool. MLS# G4606262. $699,900


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PRICED TO SELL. OFFERED @ $489,000.00
1518 Dingens Ave. Near Gotha/Windermere, Florida
Unique opportunity! 4/2 custom homw w/stone front surrounded by mature oak
trees. This 1792 sf rare find offers plenty of privacy on 7/8 of an acre. Close to shop-
ping/dining. Built in 1988 and has 2 car carport, 2 car garage. Detached workshop
perfect for hobbies, boat storage or RV. No HOA! Seller is remodeling. New paint,
carpeting, countertops, re-glazed kitchen cabinets, new range hood. A must see!
407-258-5092 or 352-735-6892
















2 metal/concrete buildings containing 14,375 sf on 3 lots rang-
ing in size 100x123 to 50x123. Located at the comer of Tremain
and Lakeview Streets in the hearr of the Tremain Street prom-
enade redevelopment district in downtown Winter Garden.


Auction: Wed., Nov. 15

11am at property



* New zoning includes retail establishments

* Eating & drinking establishments


* Financial Institutions

* Hotel, office, studios

* Recreational & entertainment
uses... and more

* Surrounded by city parking

* Clean EPA, owner will lease
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* City and owner motivated


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Bidders package
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PEACEFUL AND PERFECT!!!
NO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION HERE... THIS IS A BEAUTY... SIT-
UATED ON 2 LOTS IN OCOEE WITH TREES AND PLENTY OF ROOM
FOR BOAT OR RV... IMMACULATE CONDITION IS THIS 3 BDRM., 2
BA. WITH LARGE LIVING/GREAT ROOM, EAT IN KITCHEN, INSIDE
LAUNDRY ROOM WITH PLENTY OF ROOM FOR STORAGE...
SCREENED PORCH AND 1 YR. OLD ABOVE GROUND POOL WITH
DECK... YOU HAVE TO SEE IT TO BELIEVE IT... BACK YARD IS COM-
PLETELY FENCED PLUS AN EXTRA LARGE ALUMINUM SHED... ASK-
ING ONLY $269,900


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"Let Janet do your home work!"
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WINTER GARDEN
3!2 home close to downtown and
West Orange Trail. Remodeled
and new appliances outside brick
grill and palio.


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WINTER GARDEN WATERFRONT This is a true waterfront home.
Floor plan takes advantage of the gorgeous lake views. Gated com-
munity. Four bedrooms & three full baths. ID=2789
$475,000
Call 407-352-0520


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ADORABLE, WELL MAINTAINED HOME 3 BD, 2 BA Home with
wood Parquet Floors. Freshly painted inside, new carpet in bed-
rooms. Large lot, located on cul de sac. Great Family Home. ID=6519
$209,000
Call 407-352-0520


WEST ORANGE LAKE ACCESS Great Value in gated community!
Beautiful 3 BD, 2 BA home w/access to Lake Speer. Ceramic tile and
carpet throughout. French doors lead to lanai & back yard. This home
is move-in ready! ID=5064
$299,900
Call 407-354-1060


BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT HOME 4 BD, 3 BA, 3200 sq ft in Winter
SGarden, lake front, exercise room, home theater, large master, wood
floors, custom faux paint, pavers around pool & front walk, double
ovens & 3 car garage. ID=6866
$719,900
Call 407-354-1060


NO HOME OWNER ASSOCIATION .
4/3 home near Clark Rd. and
West Oaks Mall. Home has 2
master suites with large lot and
enclosed pool.

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


ELEGANT WINDERMERE HOME Two-story 5 BD, 3.5 BA pond front
home w/tranquil pool atmosphere. 1st 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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BEAUTIFUL SUMMERPORT HOME Two-story 4 BD, 3.5 BA home
is a few steps away from Lake Speer. Includes a den and large bonus
room under 2744 sq ft, irrigation system. Gated community with
community amenities. ID=2377
$469,900
Call 407-354-1060


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


Y LIVING AT ITS BEST!
/3ba home on 2.45
rses allowed.
larcona area.


DREAM HOME 3 BD, 2.5 BA home in Eagle Creek. Crown molding
& oversized walk-in closets. Beautiful model home in gated com-
munity w/golf course. Rated A schools. ID=4189
$359,000
Call 407-992-5030


ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT HOME 4 BD, 3 BA pool home on 2.8 acres
in the center of Gotha. Gourmet kitchen, custom wood cabinets,
tray ceilings just a few of the upgrades. ID=0649
$1,500,000
Call 407-352-0520


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


THE HARBOR REMINGTON OAKS!
A highly sought after area of N. Winter Garden. This Ocoee's finest! Well kept 4/Bed 3/Bath 3/car garage
4/Bed 3/Bath home is stunning. (2) master suites home on oversized PVC fenced in Backyard.Ma-
on each end. Volume ceilings, open and inviting ture Oak trees abound! Soaring ceilings& Family
kitchen overlooks family room w/fireplace too. rm overlooks eat-in kitchen too. Great Family home
Very quaint neighborhood and this one overlooks with room to roam! Sellers arc relocating. Priced
.Lake Apopka! Priced to be yours at $354,900. to sell at $360,000.




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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!
Come -ee this 3Bedi Bath home Great income
property Enclosed porch now holds 3rd bed-
room Silt orn j larse lut Neu 1., pamuled OutSde
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Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
SLillian Feliciano 407-375-9741
Ron Gran 407-468-2952
Paula Harnoit 407-298-7750


Had 4 Brand Ne%\ Homes -Onl: I Left! Hutr-
r toi get this 3 bedroom 2 bath a. Ih formal
i'. tng and formal dirung plus family Trrn nl'h
garden rub in mailer bath ftr ord, $2,09,900!


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Rhonda Meagher 407-721-33(06
Ouida Meeks 407-491-3000
Carl Parker 407-484-5252
Illiana Ramos 407-832-9312
Mary Rich 407-291-6947


APOPKA ERROL ESTATES!
"Easy living" in this 3/Bed 2.5/Bath condo. Enjoy the golf-
ing & maintenance free living in one of Apopka's finest ar-
eass 2 story home w/ wood burning fireplace in living room.
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Bill Straugh 407-716-3010
Ralph Suggs 407-947-6188
Brenda Gooch Vander Pol
407-256-37.04
Thelma Willis 352-406-9080


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


IUKKtY LAKt LUNUUMINIUM NO lawn work! 2 IU, 2 BA con-
do w/stunning view of lake. Upgrades such as wood flooring, cori-
an countertops & much more. Gated community w/pool, fitness,
boat slip, recreation building & more. ID=8432
$229,000
Call 407-354-1060


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


STUNNING WATERFRONT CONDO 2 BD, 2 BA with 2 master
suites. Full view of Turkey Lake from your screened balcony. Guard-
ed community. 1 car garage. Immaculate. ID=7007
$249,990
Call 407-992-5030


BEAUTIFUL "PULTE" HOME 5 BD, 3.5 BA, 2 story, pool home in
gated community. Home has gourmet kitchen, family room, bonus
room, formal living & dining. 3500 sq ft. Call for details. ID=4251
$580,000
Call 407-352-0520


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IMMACULATE 3/2/2
Bonus Room
Crown Moldings
Living Rm/Dining Rm Combo.
Lots of Closet & Pantry Space
Builtin 1990/1683 sq. ft.
A MUST SEE HOME!!


"'I 5419.900

BEAUTIFUL, WELL-KEPT 4t312
Gracious Living in Every Rrm.
42" Kitchen Cabinets
18x15 Master Bedroom
2-Triple Slider to Screen Porch
$5000. in Closing Cost Assistance
Available to Buyer With Full Offer


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$210 000
CHEERY 3/2 IN OCOEE HILLS
Walk-in Kitchen Pantry
20x11 Family Room
Fonced Yard with Mature
Trees
Central Heat & Air
Skylight & Ceiling Fans


LAKE LOTUS CLUB CONDO
IN ALTAMONTE SPRINGS
* 2/2With 1246 sq. ft.
* First Floor Unit
* Huge Renovated Kitchen
* Screen Porch Overlooking
Lake Lotus w/Lake Access
* Community Pool, Tennis &
more!!


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190' LAKEFRONT

$1,095,000
Most unique home on the Clermont
Chain of Lakes. 4 bedroom 3 bath
home directly on water. View from
every room. 2 boat slips. 90' dock.


HORSE FARM

$1,150,000
10 acres Large 5/2.5 home with
fireplace. Huge 10' deep, screened
pool, 3 barns w/total of,21 stalls,
even a 1/2 bath in one barn, PLUS
immaculate 3/2 DW mobile in Win-
ter Garden.


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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-modelpome.
Please call Carmen at 407-448-5243. EXIT Real Estate Professionals.


REDUCED!
OAKLAND 4br/3ba, Beautiful huge oak trees, sitting on 13/4 acres. Now $650,000.

DELANEY PARK. 2br/1ba condo. Lake, pool. Good downtown location. $245,900.

JOHN TERRELL, Broker (407) 876-3384
Wingard Construction & Real Estate, Inc.


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

WINTER GARDEN
3br/2.5ba
Brand New
$1,400/Mo

OCOEE
4br/3ba/
3 car garage
Brand New
Near Ocoee H.S.
$2,000/Mo



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Call Days or
Evenings
www.serenorealty.com

(407) 654-8222


Minneola Realty, Inc.
Waterfront Lots in
Gated Community
* 3+ acres, 20 min. from downtown
Jacksonville, Low 200K.
* 2.4 acres, Harris Chain of Lakes, 399K.
* 8 acres, Harris Chain of Lakes, 599K.
* All beautiful lots in gated equestrian
waterfront communities.
Please call for additional information
on these or other lots and residential
properties.
Jimmy Hernandez (407)287-2439
jimmyrealtor@earthlink.net


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Great Vacation Rental or Home in
Poinciana. Let your guest stay there!
Purchase for Only $250,000! "
407-905-5608
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www.Homes-In-Orlando.com
Brenda DeArmond Realty
Looking to purchase/sell?
"Let Janet do your home work!"
Janet Spikes, REALTOR


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


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


HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
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 1918. $749,500.
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors 407-656-2223
Serving West Orange County Since 1943. Call for Appointment/details.

HOME FOR SALE CLERMONT
Desirable Swiss Ski Lakes







7816 SWISS FAIRWAYS AVENUE
Block built 2004, spacious 3/2 with lots of entertainment space & views. Gated, golf
frontage, lake access, 3 car garage, tile.roof, expansive 3/4 acre lot, ok for STR.
Competitive price $329,900 (3% to realtors). Virtual: www.mhpsales.com
Call: 407-744-4200


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

Mary Alice Mears Broler A.soc jle/Relcii.:aori Dlreclor
f Cell 407-694-0642
Toll Free 866-394-6611
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450 E Hwy 50 S1e 1
SClermont FL 34;11


LAKE & HILLSIDE VIEWS
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LIKE NEW!
-. .. Clermont, 3/2/2. Great room and separate
S dining. Spacious and well cared for open

plus 2 car garage and covered patio.
$239,900.
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NEAR DISNEY
Space galore with 740 sf. Family/Bonus rm.
Dining rm could be office/den. Community lake-
front park w/pool, boat ramp & dock, tennis
courts and tot lot. New paint in/out, roof, A/C,
wood floor, microwave, resod front. 1 yr. home
warranty. $269,900. MLS# G4609831

RANCH CLUB
Gated horse community. Bridle paths. Min-
utes to Turnpike. Lake & river access. Enjoy
boating, fishing, nature, riding & spectacu-
lar sunsets. 3.5 acres dry, backs to conserva-
tion area. $304,900. MLS# G4602976

GARDENER'S DELIGHT
Long, green garden view from 12x40 tiled screened
porch. Formal living & dining. Wood and lami-
nate flooring. Two master suites. 2nd family/game
rm up. Pool planned. Over 1/3 acre. Decorator col-
ors and touches. One year warranty. $315,000.
I MLS# G4610500

NEWER CARPET, FLOORS-
3/2/1 newer carpet, wood & tile floors. Range,
microwave, 2 pantries, new plumbing & wa-
ter heater, new lifetime hurricane roof. For-
mal LR, DR + FR. Rear deck with lake view.
MLS# G4600359. $249,900


MAIN STREET REALTORS
"A neighborhood tradition since 1985. "


WINDERMERE DOWNS


DOWNTOWN WINDERMERE


Gorgeous!

1 Acre Lake Front Lot


Build your Dream House on this one
acre lot situated on beautiful Lake
Hickory Nut. Lot equipped with well and
pump, and partial impact fees already
paid. Owner financing available.


This tastefully remodeled 4/3 pool home
in Winderemere Downs boasts a great
open floor plan, soaring ceilings, hard-
wood and stone flooring and gourmet
kitchen. Immaculate condition, tower-
ing oak trees and huge circular drive
just add to the appeal! Call to see this
amazing makeover!


This wonderfully remodeled 4/2 Down-
town Windermere home has beautiful
hardwood floors, granite in kitchen and
baths, crown moulding and room for a,
pool. Steps to the parks and downtown.
Don't miss this great opportunity in Olde
Windermere!


Please give me a call at
(407)325-2311
for all your
real estate needs!
Thank you,
Amy DuBois


Amy DuBois, Realtor@ (407) 325-3211 amy@mainstreetrealtors.com
401 Main Street Ste B, Windermere, FL 34786 Tel (407) 876-2090


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MUME RALOR


This 4/3 is located on a sparkling
clear 500 acre fish or ski lake.
Located in Winter Garden close to
Orlando or Disney via 429 beltway.


Immaculate 4/3, pool home
located in Southchase area.
Close to everything.
Only $354,500


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