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    Section A: Main: Ocoee
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    Section A: Main: Dr. Phillips
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General Election day

is Tuesday, Nov. 7


--Carl Patterson Jr. and his wife, Jane,
were killed in a car crash on Mqnday.

By Kathy Aber

Windermere Rotary Club President Julia Strimple had
the difficult job of telling club members that fellow Rotarian
Carl Patterson, 84, and his wife, Jane, 82, had been killed
in a car accident while traveling back from Tampa on
Monday. The couple had been visiting their son, Robert,
and his family.
Carl was killed instantly; Jane was airlifted but died a
short time later. Details of the accident were not available
at presstime.
Strimple said the club began its regular meeting Tues-
day with a fitting, but emotional, invocation about Pat-
terson and his family given by fellow Rotarian Everett
Fischer. Carl had been a club member since 1971, and he
and Jane were both Paul Harris Fellows.
"We will miss him so much," Strimple said. "We're in
a daze."
Just over a month ago, Carl presented a program on
Windermere's history for the club, Strimple said, and he
truly exemplified the club motto: Service Above Self.
On Tuesday, Town Manager Cecilia Bernier was still ad-
justing to the tragic news. Patterson was a former mayor,
council member, town planner and chairman of Winder-
mere's Historic Preservation Board.
"Carl was the first mayor I worked with 23 years ago,"
said Bernier. "For that length of time, he's been involved
with something in town. He was a good friend and such a

(See Pattersons, 3A)


Additional road
impact fees will also be
assessed for developments
along part of County Road
545.

By Michael Laval

Winter Garden is ensuring that
growth pays for improvements to city
roads.
The City Conunission unanimous-
ly passed a pair of ordinances at last


Photo by Amy Quesinberry


A rockin' downtown
Men with Mortgages took the stage Saturday night for the finale of the 2-
day Winter Garden Music Fest, playing classic rock cover songs that en-
ticed people to dance in the street and sing out loud. The band has been


Reading Reindeer
book drive begins
The West Orange Times is
launching its 9'h Reading Rein-
deer book drive this week.. This
campaign for new books and do-
nations will run through Dec. 14.
For completed details, see 4A.'

Craft and holiday fair
in Gotha Nov. 4
There \\ ill be a craft .nd hol-
ida\ giti fair in the Gotha Com-
mi.nnit Paik this Saturday, Nov.
4. from 8:30 a.m. to 2 pm
The comnununit is in\ ted to
attend
The park is located at Sixth
Street (Parkridge-Gotha Road)
in Gotha.
For more information, call
107-9'5-9076.

Relay team plans
barbecue dinner
The Carmelita's Angels teani
for the West Orange Relay For
Life is holding a barbecue dinner
thi.u Saturday. No\. 4. at the Win-
ter Garden First Ass\embl. of
God. 890 S V'ineland Road, be-
ginning at 5 p.m. Tickets are $8
for adults. $5 for children under
10 Proceed& benefit the Amer-
ican Cancei SocietN
For details. 321 -689-6-49 or
321-28 1-7801

Sign up for Dec. 2
Christmas Parade
The annual Winter Garden
and Ocoee Christmas Parades
Swill be held Saturday, Dec. 2.
The Winter Garden Parade will
begin at 10 a.m. See 6A for an ap-
plication for this parade, or call
Jay Conn or Jane Palmer of the
Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment at 407-656-4155 or vis-.
it the Web site at
\w\\ .c" gdn.coni.
The Ocoee parade \till step oil
at 1 .m. a t at same da\. Appli-
cation packets are available at
D.J.'s Auto Sales located in
do% nto\\ n Ocoee at 1 W. Mc-
Key St. Pre\ ious participants
\ ill recei e application packets
1ia mail thi. \week. For details.
call 407-656-3700 from 2-4 p.m..

Rummage, plant sale
Hope Chartei and Legacy
High \1ll ha\e a rummage and
plant sale this Saturday. Nov. 4,
from 8 a.m to 1 p.m. It will be.
held on the school grounds at
1550 E. Crow n Point Road.
Anyone wanting to donate
items can drop them off at the
school on Friday from 6-8 p.m.
or on Saturday from 6-7 a.m.
Breakfast items will be for sale
as well. All proceeds will bene-
fit the schools.
Call the school oilice at 407-
656-4673 for more information.


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playing together since 1992; no word yet on whether or not all their mort-
gages have since been paid off. For more photos of the inaugural music
street party, which booked bands from all types of musical genres, see 1 B.


Carl D. Patterson Jr. and his wife, Jane, were pho-
tographed in 1996 for their 50th wedding anniver-
sary.


Thursday's meeting to raise road im-
pact fees and reorganize how the city
distributes those revenues.
Impact fees are paid by developers
to the city to make up for the effect a
project will have on the local infras-
tructure.
One of the ordinances will increase
road impact fees across the board due
to rising construction costs. The city
commissioned a study that estimated
the cost of building a new road at $4.9
million per one lane of traffic for one
mile. Two years ago, the same study es-
timated the cost at $3.4 million.


When a business moves out, another is
right there, ready to take over the empty
space.

By Amy Quesinberry

The stores, they are a-changin'.
In downtown Winter Garden, the newest businesses offer pa-
trons a place to shop, grab a meal and get fit; a chance to order
(lowers, pick up a musical instrument and retain a lawyer.

Shopping
Two businesses Lacey's Past & Presents and Katie's Old
Time Gifts & Candy cater to patrons wanting to take a step
back in time, maybe relive their childhood with favorites-like
pedal cars and Elvis, candy cigarettes and vinyl 45s.
Katie's Old Time Gifts & Candy is owned by Kay Feil and
Deb Carter. Located at 141 W. Plant St., it shares space with
Winter Garden Florist and Gifts, owned by Tina Aldrich.
The store offers nostalgic candy from the '50s, '60s and '70s;
nostalgic toys like pedal cars and modern toys like Webkinz, gift
items such as candles and goat's milk soap, and handcrafted
pieces.
Feil said opening the business in downtown Winter Garden
reminded her of the main street she frequented as a child.
"The first time I walked down Plant Street was two years ago,"
she said. "It was just after sunset, and the sidewalks were bustling
with families walking to their favorite restaurants. Children were
Rollerblading and riding their bikes, and couples were sitting
around the fountain listening to a live jazz band.
"It brought back such sweet memories of the little town I grew
up in. In fact, the only thing that was missing was the old corner
candy store. My little sister and I would go there daily to buy
penny candy and peppermint sticks, Black Jack gum and candy


Road impact fees in Winter Garden
currently differ between the city's
southern ($4,176) and northern
($3,215) benefit areas, which are sep-
arated by the Florida Turnpike. When
the ordinance takes effect Nov. 24, the
two benefit areas will be consolidat-
ed and the road impact fee for a new
house in Winter Garden will be $5,765.
The commission also passed an or-
dinance last Thursday night establish-
ing a special benefit overlay district
with additional road impact fees for

(See Winter Garden, 2A)


cigarettes.
"That nostalgic walk down memory lane," Feil said, "is what
prompted me to open a candy store here on Plant Street."
At Lacey's Past & Presents, owned by Jo Ann Lacey An-
derson, shoppers can get lost in their musical memories as they
browse through bins full of vintage vinyl records (33 1/3, 45 and
78 rpm). Eight-track tapes and cassette tapes, laser discs and
compact discs are for sale, too, in musical genres that run the
gamut.
There's lots of Elvis, the Beatles and KISS memorabilia; '70s
fabric posters and '80s concert pins and buttons; sheet music;
Betty Boop, Coca-Cola and NASCAR merchandise.
Lacey's opened at 121 W. Plant St. in September but has been
in downtown Winter Garden since 2003 when it was jointly op-
erated in Shaw's Flowers and Gifts across the street. With a space
all her own, Anderson can concentrate on the record/music store
aspect of her business and spread out the merchandise a little
more.
"The move allowed for a change of focus of business," Anderson
said. "It's almost like a brand-new business; it allows us to ex-
pand our 'old-time record shop.'"
Anderson added: "Our shop brings back a lot of memories for
our customers and is a lot of fun for us."
In July, Shaw's Flowers and Gifts also moved to a new lo-
cation: the Edgewater Hotel, 99 W. Plant St.
Jo Ann Lacey Anderson owns this business, too a full-ser-
vice florist that offers wire service with FTD, Teleflora and
Bloomlink networks; custom silk arrangements; greeting cards;
and gift items year-round with seasonal specialties.
Anderson said she was excited to move "to a more prominent
location with great display possibilities in the historic Edgewa-
ter Hotel."
Shaw's was previously located across the street under differ-
ent ownership for more than 40 years.
"Shaw's is one of Winter Garden's oldest business names,"


West Orange Countians
will have the chance to cast
their votes for U.S. senator
and Congressional
representative, as well as for
governor and other state
offices.

By Mary Anne Swickerath

Who will be the new Florida gov-
ernor and who will represent Floridi-
ans in the U.S. Senate and House will
be decided Tuesday, Nov. 7, in the
2006 General Election. Also on the
ballot will be state offices for attor-
ney general, chief financial officer,
commissioner of agriculture and state
representatives.
In addition, six proposed amend-
ments have been added to the ballot,
as well as the runoff elections for cir-
cuit and county judges.
Florida's incumbent senator, Demo-
crat Bill Nelson, is seeking a second
six-year term in the Senate. For more
than 30 years he has served in a vari-
ety of elected positions, including the
State Legislature, U.S. Congress and
the Florida Cabinet.
Nelson is being challenged by U.S.
Rep. Katherine Harris, a Republican,
whose former positions were as Flori-
da's secretary of state and state sena-
tor.
Another incumbent seeking a re-
turn to Capitol Hill is Republican U.S.
Rep. Ric Keller of Florida's 8th Con-
gressional District. He has held this
position for the past six years (three
terms).
Keller's challenger is Democrat
Charlie Stuart, who is a marketing
consultant, author and speaker, as well
as a community volunteer.
Jeb Bush is completing his final
term as Florida governor, and the two
frontrunners for his office are Re-
publican Charlie Crist and Democrat
Jim Davis.
Crist is Florida's attorney general,
and Davis, a U.S. representative, has
17 years of experience in the State
Legislature and Congress.


Also on the ballot for governor is
third-party candidate Max Linn.
In the race for Florida's attorney
general are former Congressman Bill
McCollum, a Republican, who was
Central Florida's representative in the
U.S. House for 20 years. He has also
served on the Florida Board of Gov-
ernors that oversees the state univer-
sity system.
The Democratic candidate for at-
torney general is Skip Campbell, a 20-
year state senator and trial lawyer.
Incumbent Florida Commissioner
of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Charles H. Bronson, a Republican, is
running for re-election against Demo-
cratic challenger Eric Copeland, an
attorney and tax consultant.
Campaigning for a seat in the Flori-
da House of Representatives, District
40, are incumbent Republican Andy
Gardiner, the director of the Apopka
Chamber of Commerce, and his chal-
lenger, Democrat Darren Soto, an at-
torney. The district includes the Bay
Hill and Dr. Phillips areas.
Two first-time candidates for the
Florida House of Representatives, Dis-
trict 41 (which includes Winter Gar-
den and Windermere and part of Lake
County), are Republican Steve Pre-
court of Windermere and Democrat
Bill McManus of Winter Garden. Pre-
court is a professional engineer and a
partner in the Dyer, Riddle, Mills and
Precourt engineering firm. McManus
is an attorney and accountant and a
former member of the Massachusetts
Legislature.
Representing Ocoee in the State
Legislature will be Bryan Nelson, who
was unopposed in the primary. He will
be the new state representative for
District 38 (which also includes Apop-
ka). Nelson is well-known in Apopka
as a former owner of Nelson's Flori-
da Roses and current owner Nelson's
Insurance Services. He is also the
chairman of the Orange County Plan-
ning and Zoning Board.
Running for Florida's chief finan-
cial officer are Republican Tom Lee
and Democrat Alex Sink. Lee has
served as Florida Senate president,
and Sink is the former Florida presi-
dent of Bank of America.


Get your walking shoes on
for Saturday's W.G. fitness 5K

The inaugural Winter Garden 5K Race and Fitness Walk is this Sat-
urday, Nov. 4. A Jazzzercise warm-up will be led at 7:15 a.m. by area
instructors Karen Roper and Patty Keener.
The Winter Garden Recreation Department's first 5K will begin
at 7:30 a.m. and is open to runners, walkers, participants with strollers
and leashed dogs.
Parking for the race will be at Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Ave.
Plaques will be awarded to the top 10 male and female athletes,
and refreshments and children's activities will be provided by West-
point Fellowship Church. The Farnsworth Pool will be open for a cool
relief after the race from 8:30-9:30 a.m. for participants only.
Race packets can be picked up at Tri & Run in downtown Winter
Garden.
The fee is $20 and can be paid on race day between 6:30 and 7 a.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.


Anderson said. "We are pleased to get a new start at a great new
location."
A little to the west, at 125 W. Plant St., is Jewelz. Jodi Stout
opened this business over the summer and has filled the space with
unique jewelry, tiaras, gifts, accessories and home d6cor, such as
statues and waterfalls, "from around the world," she said.
Stout opened Jewelz in downtown Winter Garden because of
the "Old World charm," she said. "The character of Winter Gar-
den inspired and captivated us. We're honored to be a part of the
downtown revitalization."
She's proud of her link, too, on www.gardenguestcottage.com,
which features her shop and calls it "a long-standing online busi-
ness offering unique treasures...."

Dining
Hungry residents don't have to travel far to experience the
tastes of France and Latin America. Saris, a fine-dining restau-
rant with tablecloths and cloth napkins, is located at the north-
west corner of the Edgewater Hotel, 99 W. Plant St. With just six
tables, the restaurant creates an intimate dining atmosphere for
18-22 people.
Orlando resident Enrique D. Vives is the executive chef of the
restaurant, which he opened this summer. He's proud when he
says Saris is the first downtown Winter Garden restaurant owned
and operated by experienced chefs. His brother, Harvey E. Vives,
is the sous chef.
He opened his restaurant "to promote and cook good food...and
to really find out if Icould run my own restaurant along with all
the responsibilities!"
What's on the menu?
"We serve California-, French- and Latin-inspired cuisine with
the best and freshest ingredients," Vives said. This includes wines
paired with soups and salads, entrees like oven-roasted farm-


(See Shopping, 3A)


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Windermere mourns deaths of former mayor and his wife


Winter Garden raises road impact fees


Businesses eager for downtown Winter Garden storefronts


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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 2, 2006


Obituaries


SHIRLEY ANN GRIFFIN BELASKY
died of cancer last week. She was a
retired educational paraprofessiona
at Dillard Street Elementary School
Survivors: daughters, Robin Kendall
Altamonte Springs, Lynn Lopez, Cler
mont; sons, Arthur Jr., Orlando, Lee
Paisley, James, Ocoee; 13 grand-
children; 2 great-grandchildren.

RUBY J. BRAKEFIELD, 74, Winter
Garden, died Monday, Oct. 23. Col-
lison Carey Hand Funeral Home,
Winter Garden.

SUSAN BURDETTE FAIN, 58,
Ocoee, died Saturday, Oct. 28, of
cancer. She was born in 1948 in St.
Albans, Vt. She worked as an insur-
ance claims adjuster for 30 years.
Survivors: husband of 10 years, Lar-
ry G.; sons, Jimmy Burdette, Mike
Burdette, Matt Burdette; brothers,
James Baker, Frank Baker; sister,
Mary Baker; grandchildren, Kasie,
Brooke, Brittany, Demi, Brandon,
Shannon, Cameron; stepson, Marc,
Rhode Island. A celebration of life
service will be held this Thursday,
Nov. 2, at noon at Woodlawn Funer-
al Home, Gotha.

CLAUDE L. GREENE, 86, Belhaven,
N.C., died Monday, Oct. 30. He was
born in 1920 on the family farm in
Oak City, N.C. He attended schools
in Robersonville, N.C., and graduat-
ed high school there. He attended
Wake Forest College in North Car-
olina. He joined the U.S. Army at the
outbreak of World War II and served
until 1946. He was a farmer in Rober-
sonville for many years. In 1955, he
was appointed by President Eisen-
hower to the ASCS State Committee
in North Carolina and served until
1961. He was active in Republican
politics in North Carolina for many
years, serving in a number of party po-
sitions. In 1964, he was a delegate to
the Republican National Convention
in San Francisco. He ran for the U.S.
Senate in 1962 and North Carolina
commissioner of agriculture in 1968.
President Nixon appointed Greene
to the.post of Southeast Area direc-
tor of the Agricultural Stabilization
and Conservation Service, USDA,
and he served until 1971 when he
was appointed director of the Flori-
da State Office of the Farmers Home
Administration, USDA, in Gainesville.
He retired from that position in 1977.
He was also a eal estate investor.
He lived in Micanopy until 2001,
when he moved to Belhaven. He was
preceded in death by his first wife,
Marjorie S. Greene. Survivors: wife,
Faye Everett Greene; son, Michael
, S. (and Ann), Fort Pierce: daughter.
Toni G. Stephens, Winter Garden;
grandchildren, Vanessa (and Ted)
Kunkel, Windermere, Michael T., Fort
Pierce, Joshua Stephens, Jack-
sonville, Timothy M., Hill Air Force
Base, Utah; great-grandchildren, Dy-
Ion Kunkel, Tanner Kunkel, both of
Windermere; 'sister, Lois Brown,
Greenville, N.C.; brothers, Dick,
Greenville, Billy, Robersonville; step-
daughters, Cynlhia (and Fred) Bar-
rett, Frankie (and Bert) Daniel, Su-
san (and Ken) Hawkins, Elette (and
Mike) Owen; 9 step-grandchildren;
18 step-great-grandchildren; 3 step-
great-great-grandchildren; caregiv-
er, Anne Marie Paul. Memorial do-
nations can be made to Christians In


SAction, First Christian Church, 401
a E. Second St., Washington, N.C.
I 27889. Services were held in Bel-
haven. Paul Funeral Home, Wash-
, ington, N.C.; Martin Memorial Gar-
Sdens, Everetts, N.C.
SSHIRLEY ANN GRIFFIN, 66, Ocoee,
died Thursday, Oct. 26. Robert
Bryant Funeral & Cremation Chapel,
SOrlando.

ETHEL HAGAN, 88, Winter Garden,
died Monday, Oct. 30. She was a res-
ident of Health Central Park. She was
born in Winter
f Garden in ;
1918. She
was a mem- -
ber of St.
Pauls Presby-
terian Church,
Ocoee. She -.....
was a very
dedicated
mother,
grandmother,
Sgreat-grand-
mother and great-great-grandmother.
She and her late husband, Otto Ha-
gan, owned Hagan's Nursery on Cy-
press Street, Winter Garden, and she
ran the nursery at their home while
she raised their children. She was an
avid bingo player, even when she
was in the nursing home. She was
preceded in death by her oldest
daughter, Ernestine (and Bobby) Pe-
ters; an infant son, Harry Paul; twin
granddaughters; granddaughters,
Kelly Wise-Henry and Christy Hagan;
grandson, Greg Crawford; great-
grandson, Nathan Crawford; sister,
Jackie (and George) Ferguson; and
brother, Junior "Jim" (and Lucille) Wil-
son. Survivors: son, Woody (and
Sandy), Ellaville, Ga.; daughters,
Margaret (and Junior) Crawford,
Mona (and Terry) Best, Sherry (and
Junior) Wise, all of Winter Garden,
Pat (and Robert) Johnson,
Montverde, Peggy, Linda (and Bob-
by) Hall, both of Clermont; brothers,
Kenneth Wilson, Oregon, Wayne Wil-
son, California; sister, Marie Gunter;
23 grandchildren; 41 great-grahd-
children; 20 greal-greai-grandchil-
dren. Memorial donations can be
made to the American Cancer Soci-
ety's Relay For Life for the Crawford.
Tire team in memory of her daugh-
ter, Ernestine, her granddaughter,
Kelly Wise-Henry, and her grand-
daughter-in-law, Linda Peters. A vis-
itation was set for this Wednesday,
Nov. 1, from noon to 2 p.m. at Colli-
son Carey Hand Funeral Home, Win-
ter Garden. Funeral services were
set for 2 p.m. in the Collison chapel:
After the service, all are invited to the
home of Sherry and Junior Wise,
1066 Depot Court, Winter Garden
(Crown Point Springs). Interment at
Winter Garden Cemetery.

KELLI LEANNE HENSON, 24,
Ocoee, died Tuesday, Oct. 24. She
SWas born in Orlando in 1982. She
was preceded in death by her grand-
mother, Irene Henson. Survivors:
parents, Kim and Randy; brother,
Kurtis; grandparents, Dot and
Charles Durrance,'Gene Henson;
great-grandmother, Jewel Henson;
uncles and aunt, Robbie and.Sonia
Durrance, Ronnie; cousins, Justin
Barrett, Annessa. Woodlawn Memo-
rial Park & Funeral Home, Gotha.


HUGH DONALD HOOD, 65, Ocoee,
died Wednesday, Oct. 25. Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Gar-
den.

HENRY JOSEPH JANESICK, 92,
Windermere, died Saturday, Oct. 28.
He was born in 1914 in Detroit. He
was a motorcycle police officer for
the city of Detroit before moving to
Central Florida. He was preceded in
death by 2 brothers, Albert and
George. Survivors: daughter, Patri-
cia Schramm, West Bloomfield,
Mich.; son, Jerry, Windermere; broth-
er, Frank, West Bloomfield; sister,
Marion Hetrick, Sun City, Ariz.;
stepchildren, Bob Alexander, Las Ve-
gas, Neil Alexander, Joanne Roberts,
both of Detroit; 12 grandchildren; 4
great-grahdchildren. A family visita-
tion was set for this Wednesday, Nov.
1, from 5-6 p.m. at Dobbs Funeral
Home, 430 N. Kirkman Road, Orlan-
do. A memorial service will be held at
a later date.

DAVID BRADLEY JONES, 72, Win-
ter Garden, died Oct. 23. Family Fu-
neral Care, Hunter's Creek, Orlan-
do.

JOHNNIE PAUL LOTT, 76, Winter
Garden, died Oct. 23. He was born in
Coffee County, Ga., in 1929. He was
the owner of
Lott's Con-
crete Prod-
ucts Inc. He
was a mem-
ber of Grace
Worship Cen-
ter and _
served in the ..r
U.S. Army. .
He was pre- .
ceded in -
death by his
brothers, George, Benjamin andJer-
ry; and a sister, Floyce Lott Day. Sur-
vivors: wife, Willer Dean Lott; daugh-
ter, Belinda Faye (and Bobby) Flem-
ing, Winter Garden; son, Johnnie
Paul Jr. (and Brenda), Windermere;
brothers, Elisha; Winter Garden, J.H.,
Millard, both of Brunson, S.C.; sis-
ters, MaryRae Lott Buckner, Dianne
Lott Stephens, both of Douglas, Ga.,
Daisy Lott Smoak, Daleville, Ala.,
Corine Lott Glyzinski, Lacy, Wash.,
Gail Lott Young, Fitzgerald, Ga.;
grandchildren, Scott Alexander Flem-
ing, April Candi Fleming, Johnnie
Paul III, Allie Rebecca. Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Gar-
den; Winter Garden Cemetery.

VIRGINIA J. McGLAMRY, 89, Win-
dermere, died Sunday, Oct. 29. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home, East Al-
tamonte chapel, Altamonte Springs.

DORIS L. PILLOW, 84, Winter Gar-
den, died Thursday, Oct. 26. Colli-
son Carey Hand Funeral Home, Win-
ter Garden.

PERCY RILEY, 73, Winter Garden,
died Oct. 24. Marvin C. Zanders Fu-
neral Home, Apopka.

KATHY L. SMITH, 42, Ocoee, died
Oct.,22. A Community Funeral Home
& Sunset Cremations, Orlando.

DOSSIE WOODS, 92, Winter Gar-
den, died Thursday, Oct. 26. Marvin
C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.


Disruption of school
function in Ocoee
On Thursday, Oct. 26, Ocoee Po-
lice School Resource Officers re-
sponded to a call for service in a
classroom involving a student
wearing police-type body armor.
Upon being detained and inter-
viewed, the student advised that he
and some friends had passed the
body armor around and had taken
turns wearing it. It was determined
that the body armor belonged to a
parent of one of the students, who
was unaware the armor had been
removed from the home.


Winter Garden
(Continued from front page)
developing properties along part of
County Road 545.
Due to the amount of traffic, from
new developments, according to City
Manager Michael Bollhoefer, the
highway's level of service is expect-
ed to drop from a "D" to an "F' rating.
Winter Garden and Orange Coun-
ty officials have been discussing a
plan to share the cost of widening C.R.
545 to four lanes. The current negoti-
ations, according to a report by the
city planning department, have Win-
ter Garden improving the highway
from north of Hartwood Marsh Road
to just west of Tilden Road, while the
county would be responsible for the re-
mainder of the road north to West
Colonial Drive.
The cost of widening the city's por-
tion of C.R. 545, plus making im-
provements at the intersections of
Tilden and Hartwood Marsh roads, is
estimated at $14 million. The special
benefit overlay district passed last
Thursday will add $5,117 per ERU
(equivalent residential unit) to the gen-
eral road impact fees for developments
along that southern stretch of C.R.
545.
There are currently 16 proposed
projects slated for the overlay district
totaling 2,807 ERUs.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials,
donated $5,000 each to the West
Orange Knights and Pop Warner
Wildcats youth football programs.
appointed Henry Wright to fill the
Code Enforcement Board seat vacat-
ed by Commissioner Charlie Mae
Wilder. The term expires March 1,
2008.
appointed Pam. Stewart to fill
Wilder's former seat on the Commu-
nity Redevelopment Advisory Board.
The term will expire June 30, 2008.
approved a resource officer program
contract with the Orange County
School Board.
approved an emergency medical
services interlocal agreement with
Orange County to receive five auto-
mated external defibrillators through
grant funds.


During the investigation, Ocoee
High School officials did imple-
ment normal security procedures
as a precautionary measure.
The student was arrested and
charged with the crime of disruption
of school function, due to the fact
that he did interfere with the normal
operations of the school. The stu-
dents involved with bringing the
vest on campus were suspended
from school by administrators. Due
to the age of the student arrested, his
name was not released by police.
There was an increased police
and school administrative presence


Donations needed
Project Patriot is the official DAR
project in support of America's mili-
tary. All members are encouraged to
show support for the young men and
women who are actively deployed
around the world.
Project Patriot supports the war ef-
forts and makes certain the military
know how much they are appreciated.
When active military personnel are
severely injured, they are sent by
aerovac to Landstuhl, Germany. The
soldiers arrive there essentially with
nothing. Landstuhl Regional Medical
Center is the largest American hospi-
tal outside the U.S. and is the only
American hospital in Europe.
The hospital is currently request-
ing personal care and entertainment
items for those who have been wound-
ed.
Anyone wishing to support Project
Patriot may donate any of these items:
sweatshirts, long sleeved T-shirts and
jackets all sizes, preferable new;
toiletries; socks in multipacks;
portable DVD players, CD players,
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on campus last Friday.

OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 89 calls for assistance
during the period of Oct. 19-25:
Fire-5
EMS-49
Vehicle accidents--12
Hazardous materials-3
Public service-17
False alarms-3
City calls-78
County calls-4
Winter Garden-4
Windermere calls-3.


for Project Patriot
DVDs, action and comedy preferred;
X-Box, Playstation, GameCube,
GameBoy or other game systems;
magazines fashion, cars, motorcy-
cles, sports, gaming and outdoor life;
and homemade greeting cards.
The wounded look forward to re-
ceiving cards and well wishes from
home. Make cards ambiguous as to
gender or severity of injury. Doctors
are encouraging the wounded to watch
movies, listen to music and play
games to keep the soldiers' minds oc-
cupied and to avoid the natural ten-
dency of emotionally withdrawing.
Packages will be sent to the chap-
lain at the medical center from the Or-
lando DAR chapter bimonthly, be-
ginning Nov. 15. Financial donations
are also welcome and will be com-
bined to purchase some of the more
expensive items and to cover the ex-
pense of shipping the packages to
Landstuhl.
Anyone interested in supporting
Project Patriot should contact Kris
Bauske, chairman, at 407-461-7627
or Amaznblulearthlink.net.


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" Pattersons
good supporter for Windermere."
Carl had, spent more than two
decades compiling the history of Win-
dermere. He interviewed old-timers,
collected photos, looked through pub-
lic records and even traveled across the
state to uncover the town's past. He
recorded and related Windermere's sto-
ry to school children and set up photo
displays at community gatherings.
He prepared applications that put
four town buildings in the National
Register of Historic Places and spear-
headed the project to renovate Town
Hall. Devoted to the cause, Carl wrote
five grant requests to the state to gar-
ner funding to restore Town Hall to its
former stature.
He wrote the town's Comprehensive
Plan and served as town planner until
earlier this year when he resigned to
run again for mayor.
"He had such an ability to retain
knowledge and facts," said Bernier.
-"He was the one you went to."
,' Robert Pleus, an appellate judge with
.the Fifth District Court of Appeals and
a former Windermere mayor, said,


(Continued from front page)


"Carl and Jane's death has been a
shock. I admired the contributions Carl
made to the community. He always put
others first. He was the most civic-
minded person I know."
Former Windermere Mayor Gene
Spears, also a fellow Rotarian and
friend, said Tuesday, that Patterson will
be sorely missed.
"I don't know anybody who loved
Windermere more than Carl did," said
Spears. He praised Patterson for his
work as mayor and his work on the his-
tory of the town.
Carl's 500-page, coffee-table book,
Windermere Among the Lakes: The
Story of a Small Town, is due out in a
few months, and each household in
town will receive a complimentary
copy.
"Everyone is looking forward to get-
ting his book," said Spears.
Carl's wife, Jane, was always at his
side, supporting his many projects be-
hind the scenes with her quiet pres-
ence.
The couple's daughter, Carol, said
her mother was very much about


-Shopping (Continued from front page)


:raised sturgeon, seared grain-fed lamb
'rack, Creekstone Farm Black Angus
'bone-in rib-eye and balsamic glazed
4opah. Desserts are also on the menu.
Saris is open 6-10 p.m. Tuesday
through Saturdays.
The Grove is also new to the Edge-
water Hotel, 99 W. Plant St. The
restaurant offers diners a lunch buf-
fet, in addition to a full menu of bar-
'becue sandwiches and platters, salads
-and appetizers, plus a breakfast with
-plates named after local citrus grow-
ers.
Hot Dog City offers a casual-din-
ing atmosphere at 24 W. Plant St.
-From 10 a.m. to 9 .p.m. Monday
-through Saturday, the eatery provides
a menu of hotdogs that range from
plain to bacon.cheese to Pico de Gal-
lo to fire dog. There are also special-
ty items like Polish and Italian
sausages, chicken wings and fingers
iand hamburgers.

:;Staying fit
SIf you're a regular at all the differ-
'!ent restaurants downtown, you might
Benefit from Tri & Run of West Orange
-1
ior Winter Garden Fitness.
STri & Run of West Orange
;'opened in April at 56 W. Plant St.
Owners Jerry and Tammy Pegram sell
an extensive line of running, walking
Id triathlon shoes, apparel and ac-
,ssories, as well as the popular Life
Good casual line of clothing.
Trained, professional staff mem-
.rs can help customers select the right
toe through a free gait analysis. The
ore carries top-of-the-line walking
Sid running shoes and apparel,in-
uding Asics, New Balance, Brooks,
S[izuno, Saucony and Pearl Izum.
The Pegrams discovered Winter
arden nine years ago in a career
:i tove.
S"We immediately fell in love with
ie West Orange Trail and the charm
SF downtown," said Tammy Pegram.
We love Winter Garden and want to
Sa contributing part of the commu-
ity."
They did this, in part, by solely us-
tg Winter Garden businesses to re-
Lodel the store: the construction team
id graphic designers, plus all the win-
)w and flooring vendors.
One ongoing community event is
te store's weekly Thursday-night fun
alk and run.
"We walk or run 20 minutes out and
) minutes back to the store," said Pe-
ram. "We often have a raffle for
izes afterward."
Tri & Run has a marathon training
:ogram that starts at the store Satur-
Siys at 6 a.m. The business is also co-
sponsoring the first Winter Garden
5K on Nov. 4 at 7:30 a.m. Informa-
tion and registration forms can be
picked up at Tri & Run;
Once you're outfitted, you can pop
over to Winter Garden Fitness at 18
N. Boyd St. Gina and Bill Vigeant
opened their fitness business in June,
and they offer personal training, group
personal training, group fitness class-
es, yoga, Pilates, massage therapy and
nutrition.
Why this location?
Gina Vigeant said, "As a native of
Winter Garden and being very fond
of the quaintriess of downtown, I felt.
it was the best location."
The staff has more than 20 years of
experience, the Vigeants say, "and we
want to take this experience and as-
sist in making West. Orange County
healthier and more fit."

What else is new?
Whether you're wanting to buy a
musical instrument or take some
lessons, Garden Music Center is the
place to find both. Owners Gregg and
Linda Halteman opened the business
less than a year ago at 40 S. Main St.
and now have more than 230 students
each week.
"We wanted to make a difference
in the community by bringing music
into the homes plus provide a whole-
some atmosphere for families," the
Haltemans said. "Music makes
brighter kids!"


Gregg Halteman serves on the board
of the Winter Garden Merchants As-
sociation, and the Haltemans are mem-
bers of the National Association of
Music Merchants.
Garden Music Center has a full in-
ventory of musical instruments, in-
cluding band equipment and acces-
sories, and provides lessons on all in-
struments, repair services and on-site
diagnostic services.

Coming soon
James A. "Jim" Gustino has oper-
ated his law firm in Winter Park since
1993, but now, he says, it's time for a
change.
The attorney is relocating his firm,
James A. Gustino, P.A., to 137 W.
Plant St. He won't move in for a few
more months, but the front already
bears the new business name: Win-
ter Garden Law Centre.
His practice specializes in home-
owners association law, real estate and
contract litigation matters and non-
competition disputes.
Gustino intends to occupy approx-
imately 1,250 square feet and will
lease the remainder of the 4,000-
square-foot,space to varied tenants.
He has gotten responses from attor-
neys, real estate developers, title com-
panies and other professionals inter-
ested in setting up an office in down-
town Winter Garden.:
The new law center is 10 minutes
away from Gustino's home in Stoney-
brook West, where he and his family
have lived for three years. This close
proximity is just one reason he relo-
cated to Winter Garden. He also is en-
couraged by "the explosive growth in
the business and residential commu-
nities in the area; the delightful, 'fam-
ily-friendly' personality of downtown
Winter Garden; [and] the enhanced
convenience of the location for my
clients in the West Orange County
area."
He added: "I hope and expect to
live, work and play in Winter Garden
for a long, long time."
June Engineering is moving its of-
fices to downtown Winter Garden
once Randy June's building is com-
pleted. The three-story building un-
der construction at 128 W. Plant St.
will house June Engineering on the
third floor and, hopefully, June says,
a fine-dining restaurant on the first
floor.


"hearth and home."
She was a member of the Winder-
mere Garden Club and enjoyed feeding
and watching hummingbirds on their
backyard feeders. Gardening was her
passion, and she enjoyed flower ar-
ranging. And helping Carl with what-
ever he needed.
The Pattersons were lifelong mem-
bers of Windermere Union Church and
celebrated their 60"' wedding anniver-

sary April 13. Both were Indiana natives
- Carl was from Indianapolis, and
Jane was from North Vernon.
Martha Jane Eberts met Carl D. Pat-
terson Jr. in 1945 after he returned from
World War II in Germany. Carl went
to Fort Sill to attend a Field Artillery Ad-
vanced Course while Jane was a se-
nior at Butler University in Indi-
anapolis. She visited Carl on her college
spring break and they were married.
The following Monday he returned
to class and, the following week, she re-
turned to college. They set up house-
keeping in July.
In college, Jane was a member of
Tri Delta sorority and earned a bache-

Early voting for General
Election has begun
Orange County voters have the op-
portunity to cast their ballots in the
2006 General Election up to two
weeks in advance of the Nov. 7 elec-
tion 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 Li-
brary, 7255 Della Drive in the Dr.
Phillips area. .
Voting hours are Monday through
Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Satur-
day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Sun-
day from 1-5 p.m.
. All early voting locations are uti-
lizing touchscreen voting equipment.
Voters preferring to use paper ballots
can do so at the Supervisor of Elec-
tions office at 119 W. Kaley St. in Or-
lando or request that an absentee bal-
lot be mailed to them.
For more information, log onto
www.ocfelections.com.

Habitat holding
application meeting
West Orange Habitat For Human-
ity will be accepting applications at
an orientation meeting set for this Sat-
urday, 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.

Food For Families
needs volunteers
for Thanksgiving
Food For Families is looking for
volunteers Wednesday, Nov. 22, be-
ginning at 8 p.m. and on Thursday,
Nov. 23, starting at 8 a.m. Approxi-
mately 1,500 boxes of food need to
be packaged and delivered to more
than 800 needy families in the area.
Volunteers will meet at West Or-
ange High School, 1625 S. Beulah
Road, Winter Garden, both days.
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lor's degree in home economics.
Over the years, they lived overseas
in Korea and Germany, at Fort Sill and
at Fort Bliss in Texas before moving to
Florida in 1961.
Carl retired from the U.S. Army as
a lieutenant colonel and came to Cen-
tral Florida to work for the Martin
Company.
He later became a Realtor and found-
ed Windermere Realty Inc., now Main
Street Realtors, in 1973. The Patter-
sons have lived on Third Avenue in
Windermere since 1978. He was ac-
tive with and president of the Orlando
Area Board of Realtors, a member of
the Committee of 101 and active on
the West Orange Chamber of Com-
merce Government Affairs Commit-
tee. He was also a Scoutmaster with
Troop 223 in Windermere.
Over the years, the Pattersons trav-
eled extensively with trips to Europe,
Asia, Africa, Alaska, the South Pacif-
ic and the Caribbean.
They enjoyed jazz concerts and at-
tending wine-tasting events.
The couple has two children, who

Registration opens for
The American Cancer Society Re-
lay For Life of West Orange is just
around the corner. Register a team
now by calling the ACS at 407-843-
8680.
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 invit-
ed 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-oriented
event, where participants enjoy the
camaraderie of a team and also raise
funds to support the activities of
ACS.
Participants camp out at the relay
site, and when they are not taking
their turn walking, they take part in
fun activities and enjoy local enter-
tainment. Teams from companies,
churches, organizations, hospitals
and schools collect donations 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


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THE RISKS OF WAIVING
THE APPRAISAL

Competition for homes in some mar-
kets tempts buyers to make an offer
more attractive by waiving the home
appraisal. What can happen if the trans-
action goes wrong?
Lenders want the property appraised
to ensure that it is worth the amount they
are loaning. If the appraisal comes in at
less than what you offered, you are
obliged to make up the difference. Some
lenders will not make the loan at all if the
appraisal does not match the offer. If
you cannot fulfill the purchase contract,
you may forfeit all or part of your earnest
money deposit to the seller. You have you
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price rather than lose the house, although
most sellers will not be amenable to ac-
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both graduated from Lakeview High
School in Winter Garden.
Their daughter, Carol Janes, lives in
Shelbyville, Tenn., and is a retired min-
ister and graduate of Vanderbilt Uni-
versity. She and her husband, George,
have two children, Michael Janes and
Christine Janes Kenney, who both live
in Tennessee with their families and
children.
Their son, Robert Patterson, a grad-
uate of the University of Florida, lives
in Tampa with his wife, Kay, and son,
Chase. He is a mortgage underwriter
and broker. His daughter, Lindsey Pat-
terson, is a senior at Olympia High
School and lives in Windermere Coun-
try Club with her mother, Jan Glock, and
her husband, Larry.
The Pattersons have five great-grand-
children, Ashley Janes and Ashton,
Aubrey, Amariah and Gavin Kenney.
Carl is also survived by his sister,
Barbara Smith, of Lebanon, Ind.
Funeral arrangements had not been
completed as of presstime on Tuesday,
but the couple's daughter said the ser-
vices are tentatively set for Saturday.

Relay For Life teams
progress that has been made not only
reducing death rates but also in the
quality of life following cancer treat-
ment. The funds raised enable us to
continue our investment in the fight
against cancer through research, ed-
ucation, advocacy and patient ser-
vices."
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.


Volunteers needed
at Health Central,
Health Central Park
Health Central and Health
Central Park Auxiliary is look-
ing for people who are willing to
help in various departments with-
in the Health Central healthcare
system.
A volunteer can decide on how
much time to give, but the aver-
age time is four hours per week
spent visiting patients with the
hospitality cart or using clerical
and telephone skills in several
different departments through-
out the hospital.
The auxiliary sponsors sever-
al fund-raisers each year, such as
the book sale Nov. 6-8 and Dec.
18 and the Christmas Bazaar
Dec. 7. A poinsettia sale will be
held in early November, also. All
fund-raisers are held in the atri-
um at Health Central or the au-
ditorium at Health Central Park.
The funds raised support the
Auxiliary Scholarship Program
that encourages young people to
enter a medical field, averaging
$18,000 per year. Recently, the
auxiliary gave $31,000 to help
the hospital improve the phone
system to meet doctors' needs.
Quarterly, it gives up to $3,000 to
various departments throughout
the hospital.
A volunteer application can be
obtained at www.healthcen-
tral.org or picked up at the vol-
unteer office. For more informa-
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Nelson for U.S. Senate
The race for Florida's U.S. senator is perhaps the
clearest choice in the General Election Nov. 7.
Sen. Bill Nelson has an honorable record of ser-
vice and has stayed in touch with citizens, and he
listens and considers more than one side of an is-
sue.
He has been effective in working for port and na-
tional security and in opposing oil drilling off the
coast of Florida. He had a big part in new legis-
lation that has allowed Americans access to low-
priced Canadian prescription drugs, and he has
helped to protect reductions in Social Security


and Medicare.
He does not duck issues or take refuge in dem-
agoguery or extremism but works with senators-on
both sides of the aisle. Nelson's opponent, Re-
publican Katherine Harris, is not even supported
by many in her party, and her campaign has large-
ly been a mess and not one to instill confidence
in her judgment. Nor is her record of service im-
pressive.
Nelson is a strong, moderate and intelligent law-
maker, and voters should return him to office to
continue his work. He has earned it.


Charlie Stuart for U.S. Congress
One of the easiest and strongest endorsements us," says Stuart. "Besides immigration, we have
for us to make in the Nov. 7 General Election is to demand accountability from the administra-
for Democrat Charlie Stuart in the race for U.S. tion on their obviously failed policies in Iraq.
Congress, District 8, over Republican incum- We have to fight and win the original war on
bent Ric Keller. terror....We have to protect Social Security and
Stuart is a moderate who has a long history Medicare from being taken over by privateers,
of community service in Central Florida. He is we have to honor our commitments to our na-
exceedingly intelligent, honest and well-in- tion's veterans, and we have to give older Amer-
formed on state, national and international issues icans a real prescription drug program that ben-
and he has been endorsed by current Orlan- efits them and not the big pharmaceutical com-
do Mayor Buddy Dyer and former mayors Bill panies."
Frederick and Glenda Hood. Stuart would be an effective and possibly
"We have some really pressing issues before inspirational- representative for us in Congress.


Crist or Davis for governor?
Florida is going to have a new governor, since sues on the minds of voters: home insurance
Jeb Bush is retiring from that job this month. rates, education and taxes, and each has laid
The question is, who should replace him? out his plan to solve problems relating to these
We find much to admire about two candi- issues.
dates vying for the governorship, Republican Crist supports teacher merit pay, and Davis
Charlie Crist and Democrat Jim Davis. wants to get rid of the school-grading system
Both have solid governmental experience. and the FCAT. Both offer ways to lower prop-
Crist has served well as the state's attorney erty taxes and to provide state help on reduc-
general, and Davis, the U.S. congressman from ing high homeowners' insurance costs.
Tampa, has spent the last 17 years in state and This is shaping up as a very close race between
national offices. two fine candidates. The state will not lose re-
Both have repeatedly addressed the top is- gardless of which one is elected.


Sink, McCollum, Bronson for state offices
In the Nov. 7 races for the Florida Cabinet, McCollum has many years of experience
we endorse Democrat Alex Sink for chief fi- as a U.S. representative, including member-
nancial officer, Republican Bill McCollum ship in key Congressional committees. His
for attorney general and Republican Charles background makes him the stronger candi-
SH. Bronson for commissioner of agriculture, date.
SSink is the former Florida president of the Bronson has served Floridians well as agri-
Bank of America and has strong credentials culture commissioner and deserves to be re-
to serve as CFO. turned to office.


Gardiner, Precourt for State Legislature
SFor the Florida House of Representatives, we Gardiner has served well in his time in Tal-
endorse incumbent Republican Andy Gardiner lahassee and is a proven leader, and Precourt has
for District 40 and first-time candidate Steve a lot of professional expertise as a transporta-
Precourt, also a Republican, for District 41. tion engineer, as well promise as a legislator.


Our choices for judgeships
In the ballot items regarding judgeships, we Mary Anne Etzler. We had originally endorsed
supporting voting yes to retain Supreme Court Jennifer Davis for this position, but we
Justices R. Fred Lewis, Barbara Joan Pari- rethought our endorsement after Davis ap-
ente, Peggy A. Quince and Emerson R. peared on Doug Guetzloe's show last week.
Thompson Jr. For Circuit Judge Group 6, we endorse Bill
For Circuit Judge 9, Group 5, we endorse Hancock.


We support a 'yes' only on Amendment 3


SThe six state constitutional amendments on
": Tuesday's ballot all have strong pros and cons.
SIn general, we feel that there are more cons than
pros about all of them except Amendment 3,
which we support.
This amendment, if passed, will require voters
to approve proposed amendments to the Florida
Constitution by a60 percent majority instead of
Sthe current 50 percent majority.
' This means that any changes to the constitution
I would require 10 percent more support than is now
Required.
We agree with Rep. Daniel Webster who point-
ed out to us that the Florida Constitution is five
times longer than the U.S. Constitution, is among


the easiest state constitution to amend and has been
amended more than 100 times since 1968.
According to an article by Webster in the Flori-
da Baptist Witness: "The Florida Constitution .
was designed to be a document ensuring the fun-
damental liberties of Floridians, such as free-
dom of speech, freedom of religion and due pro-
cess. Instead, it has become a cluttered docu-
ment that looks more like a statute book than a
constitution."
Webster quoted James Madison, who advo-
cated tough standards to amend the U.S. Con-
stitution. The document, Madison said, should
only be amended "on great and extraordinary
occasions."


The West Orange Times has been striving for eight
years to make this a community of readers beginning
with the youngest citizens.
In 1998, the Times launched its first Reading Reindeer
book drive, asking readers to donate new books
that were given to needy children as Christ-
mas gifts.
Through Reading Reindeer more than
25,000 new books have been distributed '
as holiday gifts. In addition, the Times f
has given a new copy of Dr. Seuss's ABC
book to newborns at Health Central since
1999. As a result, more than 7,000 ba-
bies began their lives with the gift of read-
ing. In addition, each book also includes a
brochure prepared by the Adult Literacy
League on free one-on-one tutoring programs.
The campaign has now gained so many fol-
lowers that it has become a West Orange County tradi-
tion.
With the announcement in last week's edition that the
drive would start this week, the first donation check for
$100 arrived in the mail. As it has each year, the check
came from the same couple, but this year the address had
changed. These Reading Reindeer friends now live in
Maine.
The West Oaks Mall called with a donation of books
and asked to be added as a drop-off location. The list of
supporters goes on and on and grows stronger and more
faithful each year.
Literacy experts tell us that one in five of our Central
Florida neighbors cannot read a newspaper or fill out ajob


application. Teachers consistently report there are many
homes in West Orange County where children have no
books to read.
But there was good news last fall when the Migrant
Early Education Program of Orange County Public
Schools reported that teachers were starting to see the
beginnings of libraries in the homes of the fami-
lies it serves. Reading Reindeer has been di-
recting books to these households since its
first year.
Businesses, churches, civic groups,
schools, neighborhoods and individuals
S have taken up the Reading Reindeer
challenge. From now through Dec. 14,
Reading Reindeer will be accepting do-
nations of new books appropriate for chil-
dren from birth to age 15. There are six
drop-off locations: the Times office; the
West Orange Chamber office; the informa-
tion desk at the West Oaks Mall; and four local li-
braries, Southwest in the Dr. Phillips area, West Oaks in
Ocoee, Windermere and Winter Garden.
Each year, Reading Reindeer has been able to expand
the number of recipients.
In addition, Reading Reindeer requires cash donations
of $3,600 to continue the gift of books to newborns at
Health Central throughout the year approximately
1,200 books annually. Donations can be mailed to the
Times office, 720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden, FL 34787,
Attn. Reading Reindeer.
We rely on your support to create families of readers
and encourage children to love books and think of them-
selves as readers. Help us continue this community tra-
dition.


Drop off locations:
The West Orange Times office, 720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden
The West Orange Chamber Office, W. Colonial Drive, Winter Garden
The West Oaks Mall'in Ocoee
Four local library branches:
Winter Garden Library, West Oaks in Ocoee, Windermere Library
and Southwest Library (Dr. Phillips area)



Reader opinion

Letter to the editor


Scouting for Food needs community support


Editor:

Scouting for Food is marking its 18th year and is the
nation's largest single-day food drive that began in
1985. Every November, thousands of Scouts and adult
volunteers spend two Saturdays doing this good turn.
Saturday, Nov. 4, is Bag Distribution Day. More than
80,000 plastic bags will be hung on doorknobs in Cen-
tral Florida. Saturday, Nov. 11, is Bag Collection Day.
Scouts return to pick up bags filled with donated canned
goods, which are then distributed to Second Harvest
Food Bank and other local food pantries.
Why should I be involved, you ask? The Boy Scouts
teaches youths the value of helping others and to give
back to their communities. By collecting food for hun-
gry people in Central Florida, Scouts are doing a good
turn and helping other people key elements of the
Scout oath and slogan.
After the Scouts retrieve bags filled with canned
goods, they deliver them to a local drop-off location,


where volunteers sort and box the food. Then it is load-
ed into a semi-trailer and driven to Second Harvest
Food Bank or a local food pantry in need. Your donat-
ed food will help feed hungry people in Orange, Semi-
nole, Osceola, Lake, Brevard, Volusia and Flager coun-
ties.
In any given week, almost 54,000 people receive as-
sistance from the Second Harvest Food Bank, and an es-
timated 11 million meals are provided annually. In
2005, Scouting for Food collected nearly 500,000
pounds of food for Second Harvest and other local food
pantries, which provided more than 333,000 meals to
the Central Florida community.
Please take a moment to fill your bag on Nov. 4 and
put it in a visible spot for pickup on Saturday morning,
Nov. 11. Your involvement will make a difference.
Sean Scott
Central Florida Boy Scouts of America
Rolling Hills District


35 years ago
From Editor's Notebook: Now that November has
rolled around, we'd like to give you a status report on the
turkeys at John Meyer's farm in Avalon. They're get-
ting mighty big and handsome and will definitely be
ready for Thanksgiving.
While on the subject of good eating, we'd like to re-
port that the breakfast club at K&S Restaurant was treat-
ed by Jack Veech to some delicious home-cured coun-
try ham from his old hometown, Flinchville, Ky.
To be presented at the fourth annual Debutante Ball at
the Bay Hill Club are Sarah Arnold, Holly Lynne Howard,
Laura Lasseter, Beverly Ann Patrick, Lori Ann Sanders,
Lynn Theisen, Barbara Veech and Cynthia Ann Weede.

30 years ago
At West Orange High School's Homecoming, Deana
Posey carried on a long tradition as Homecoming queen
and Carl Pevehouse started one as Homecoming king.
A myth has been dispelled. An Orlando radio com-
mentator, in an attempt to be humorous, announced that
the city of Ocoee had been closed due to a lack of inter-
est. But due to tremendous interest, the Ocoee Elemen-
tary School PTO held a very successful and profitable Hal-
loween Carnival the first in six years. Principal Max-
ie Cinnamon, who spent most of the evening in the Jail
House, deserves a big round of applause.

25 years ago
The West Orange High School band, with its director


Harold Cooper, participated in the Southern Band Com-
petition in Valdosta, Ga. It was the first time the Warrior
Band had ever participated in a regional marching band
competition, and it brought home three big trophies and
a rating of "excellent."
West Orange High School students Dan Bertossa and
Larry Walker received Grand Lodge certificates from
the Winter Garden Masonic Lodge for earning Eagle
Scout Awards. Dan is a member of Troop 223 in Win-
dermere, and Larry is a member of Troop 210 in Win-
ter Garden.

20 years ago
Orange County breaks ground this week on its newest
elementary school, Palm Lake, scheduled to open in Au-
gust 1987.
For the second year in a row, the Lakeview Junior
High School golf team, coached by Larry Storch, has
won the county championship. Team members are Chris
Anderson, Mark Robinson, Jimmy Bell, Richard Garri-
son, Scott Oliver, T.A. Arns, Max Rein, Scott Turner, T.
Purdin and Guy Dalton.
Dallas E. "Dal" Duppenthaler of Winter Garden enjoyed
an exciting reunion with his college teammates on the 1940
eight-oared crew at the University of Washington. The
championship group was inducted into the Husky Hall
of Fame. The team would probably have been asked to
represent the U.S. in the Summer Olympics in Helsinki,
Finland, if the games had not been cancelled because of
the war.


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Business


Indoor play zone opening for children


By Amy Quesinberry


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Benita Smith, Robert Rossmoore and Marie Laughlin (from left) have created an indoor play space for chil-
dren up to age 6. Bee Kidz will open in Winter Garden in a few weeks.


Downtown Winter Garden
property to be auctioned Nov. 15
Two metal and concrete buildings in Winter Garden's down-
town district will be sold at auction Nov. 15.
The commercial property is owned by the Pounds Motor Co.
The two buildings feature 14,375 square feet on three lots located
at the corer of Tremaine Street and Lakeview Avenue.
The auction will take place at the property at 11 a.m. Cash is re-
quired to bid. Bidders information packages are available.
To qualify for the auction or for more information, contact Fritz
Fedele or Cliff Walker at Action Auction at 321-229-0722 or
www.theactionauction.com.


Bee Kidz is designed to do just that: Let
kids "be kids."
A new indoor play zone for children is
opening in Winter Garden close to the
city's library and the West Orange Trail.
The owners, Benita Smith, Marie Laugh-
lin and Robert Rossmoore, all live in
Winter Garden, and the moms were tired
of driving 20 or 30 miles if they wanted
their toddlers to engage in interactive
play in an enclosed and air-conditioned
environment.
Together, they have established Bee
Kidz at 255 Perkins St., Suite 200, just off
East Plant Street. The business will be
open Monday through Saturday from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. and is expected to debut the
week of Thanksgiving, Smith said.
The business also boasts a party zone
for private birthday celebrations. And
the trio is planning family theme parties
twice a month that could include Mom and
Daughter Night or Father and Son Night.
Laughlin, Smith and Rossmoore all
agree that family time is important, so
Bee Kidz is geared toward family activ-
ities. They will offer parent-participation
classes for children ages 3 months to 6
years, including movement and music
classes and baby sign language.
Smith said they are considering hiring
a yoga instructor who will work with par-
ents and babies.
For older kids (ages 3-10), art and dra-
ma classes will be available.
The owners said they wanted to open
this type of business because they were
"inspired by our 2-year-olds" and they
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family-friendly things to do."
Inside, guests will find soft play equip-
ment, a small rock-climbing wall, a ped-
al carousel and individual age-appropri-
ate zones. The decor will have bright and
cheerful murals on the walls, Smith said.
There are two ways to participate at
Bee Kidz. One is a membership-based
program that offers 12-week class ses-
sions for $175 and includes open play
for free.
The second option, a pay-and-play pro-
gram, offers activities in three-hour seg-
ments. The cost is $10 for one child and
$5 for each additional sibling. There is a
break in fees with multiple-day pack-
ages.
When participants get hungry, they
can visit the "mommy caf6" and pur-
chase healthy snacks. Wi-fi will be set
up too.
"We just tried to think of everything it
would take to make it a positive family
environment that most anyone could par-
ticipate in" said Smith.


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Trail out front.
Moms "can attend a reading session
at the library," Smith said, "then come
on over for some open play time."
According to Smith, the developer is
putting a restaurant in the complex that
will bring Bee Kidz even more exposure.
Besides Rossmoore, Smith and Laugh-
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Winter Garden resident who will teach art;
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Winter Garden


Rec's Active 50 group targets seniors


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 attended.
Lunch and Learn gives seniors a
chance to enjoy a catered lunch and
hear guest speakers. On Friday, Nov.
3, Dennis R. Gillard of Gillard Fi-
nancial Solutions LLC and a lifetime
Winter Garden resident, will talk about
the latest techniques of financial basics
for retirees. The group meets from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Old Fire
Station Recreation Center, 127 S.
Boyd St. Cost is $4, and seating is lim-
ited;
Day trips take place every month,
and guests must pre-register and pre-


pay. Take a ride (first-class seating)
on the Magnolia Sun Lunch Train on
the Inland Lakes Railway from Eu-
stis to Mount Dora on Nov. 10. A gift
shop is available. Cost is $33 for city
residents, $35 for others, and includes
transportation and lunch. There must
be 30 guests to schedule this trip.
Future day trips are as follows. The
group will go to Waterford Lakes in
Orlando on Nov. 30 for shopping
(maybe for Christmas gifts?). Cost is
$5 and $7 and does not include lunch.
Seniors can experience an old-fash-
ioned 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 wilderness area.
Cost is $5 and $7. The February trip


is to the Makahiki Luau for a Poly-
nesian feast and a special celebration
of dance. Cost: $47 and $49.
A recycling greeting card group
meets the second Tuesday of each
month from 2-4 p.m. at the Old Fire
Station Recreation Center. The cost
is $5. Participants must bring their
own recycled cards, craft scissors and
craft supplies they might need for the
project. The rec will supply stock pa-
per, envelopes and miscellaneous craft
supplies for class.
Armchair Traveler gatherings are
the third Friday of each month.
The West Orange Page Turners
Literary Book Club meets the second
Monday of each month. Favorite
books are discussed in a round-robin
setting.


Molly Hatcher and her son, Breven Walker (left), and Angelina Sanders and her son, Calvin, were among
the participants in the recent Buddy Walk to support the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida.


Buddy Walk raises $128,000


The recent Buddy Walk at Lake
Eola, which raises funds for and
awareness of Down syndrome, sur-
passed its goal of $90,000, bringing
in $127,709. Last year's total was
$70,000.
Two Winter Garden teams both
supporting local children with Down
syndrome won several of the
awards. Molly Hatcher and Chad
Walker and their son, Breven Walk-
er, and Angelina and Brian Sanders
and.their son, Calvin, all participated


in the event. -
Breven's Bunch won first place for
most money raised (more than
$11,000) and third place for having
the most walkers.
Calvin's Crusaders took third place
for most money raised (approximate-
ly $7,500) and first place for most
walkers. In addition, this team won
first place for the most raffle tickets
sold. Nicole Stone of Winter Garden
won the raffle prize (two round-trip
tickets courtesy of U.S. Airways and


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 Sun-

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


day.
In addition to the fine arts and crafts
vendors, the event will include en-
tertainment, a fire safety exhibit and
food. Admission is free.
For details, call 352-546-2322.

FUMC plans
Cookie Carnival
The Wheeler Class at the First Unit-
ed Methodist Church of Winter Gar-
den is planning its 14th Annual Cook-
ie Carnival. This year's cookie sale
is Saturday, Dec. 2, in the Fellowship
Hall from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. (or un-
til all the treats are gone).
The cost is $7 per box of assorted
homemade cookies. The church is at
125 N. Lakeview Ave., Winter Gar-
den.


eight days and seven nights courtesy
of Sunterra Resort) sold by Molly
Hatcher.
The two families are committed to
doing al they can to better the future
of their children.
"We would like to say thank you so
much to our community for coming
together and supporting such a won-
derful cause that is so dear to our
hearts," said Angelina Sanders. "We
had a very successful year this year
at our 9th Annual Buddy Walk."

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 at-
tend. 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 Ser-
vice Center to help with its annual
Thanksgiving dinner. This is in addi-
tion 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.


2006 Winter Garden Christmas Parade


Name of Organization

Phone (day): (eve). (fax

Address:


Contact:


) (email)


City State Zip


Type of Entry (Band, Float, Marchers, Animals, etc)

Pulling a Trailer larger than 20 feet? Explain:
Check ONE Category for judging:


_Youth or children's group


Commercial or Business


Band, Vocal or Performance


_Antique or Specialty vehicle


-Church or Fraternal Group


Detach and mail or fax application to:
City of Winter Garden Recreation Department, 1 Surprise Drive, Winter Garden, FL 34787
Fax: 407-656-6504


Taking in the artwork
Winter.Garden veterinarian John Miller and Kelly Hicks recently enjoyed Roberto Fernandez's paintings on
display in the 'Trains A-Rolling' art and photography show currently at the Central Florida Railroad Muse-
um. The museum is at 101 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden, and is open daily from 1-5 p.m. There is no admission
charge..


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

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 information, call 407-656-
7715


MASSAGE THERAPY
Now at Dr. Jo Reeves office in Winter Garden


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 Needy Children pro-
gram.
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.

VFW activities
West Orange VFW Post 4305,
Men's Auxiliary and Ladies Auxil-
iary want to remind everyone to vote
and to remember that many people in
the world do not have the privilege of
voting.
Veterans Day is Nov. 11. The
Ladies Auxiliary will have cake for
all veterans and "poppy" plates where
names can be placed and then hung
on the wall.
On Sunday, Nov. 5, District 18
Commander Bill Young will hold a
meeting to discuss district programs.

Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. J. and G. Woltman 2. L. and
T. Saulino 3. H. Parker-F. Litter 4. M.
and G. Czarnecki 5. B. Burch-A.
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and J. Chilton 4. J. Howe-T. Jordan
5. S. and I. Horovitz.


Rummage, plant sale
Hope Charter and Legacy High will
have a rummage and plant sale this
Saturday, 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 6-7 a.m.
Breakfast items will be for sale as
well. All proceeds will benefit the
schools.
Call the school office at 407-656-
4673 for more information.

Elks contest for
high school seniors
The Winter Garden Elks Lodge is
sponsoring a contest for high school se-
niors.
The deadline for the Elks National
Foundation's 2007 Most Valuable
Student scholarship contest is Jan. 12.
Applicants are judged on scholarship,
leadership and financial need. Appli-
cations are available online at
www.elks.org.

Openings in HCP's
Adult Day Program
Health Central Park's Adult Day
Program offers a fun day for seniors.
Recreation programs include field
trips to places like Leu Gardens, pic-
nics by the lake, luncheons, musical
programs, performance groups, bak-
ing and crafts.
Daily lunches and snacks are pro-
vided. Transportation services are
available.
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Calvary's quiz team knows its Bible
The Calvary Baptist Bible Quiz team traveled to Williamstown, W.Va., recently to compete in a national
Bible quiz tournament. The Winter Garden team won 3rd place. The 5 members, I-r, Paige Warten, Kelsey
Davies, Joanna Tyrrell, David Tyrrell and Joshua Austin, memorized, on average, 8 chapters each of the
book of Hebrews to compete in this event.


Mississippi governor thanks responders
Gov. Bush recently hosted members of the Incident Management Team (IMT) that responded to Mississippi
after Hurricane Katrina. They were asked to go to Tallahassee to meet Gov. Barbour of Mississippi (front
center), who personally thanked Florida's responders for their help in the days immediately following Kat-
rina's arrival. Above, in Gov. Bush's office are members of the fire-fighting and Urban Search & Rescue teams
who formed Florida's IMT in the Gulf Coast state. In back is Gov. Bush (center) and, to the right, Deputy
Chief T.J. Lyon of Orange County Fire Rescue and Chief John Williamson of the Winter Garden Fire De-
partment.


Help needed at
Thanksgiving meal
Ezekiel Ministries is organizing a
feeding on Thanksgiving Day from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. at Marvin C. Zanders
Park in east Winter Garden. The group
plans to feed 200 people that day and
is looking for help with setting up, tear-
ing down and serving meals. To help,
call David Buckles at 321-229-1663.
A prayer tent will be set up for spir-
itual counseling during this time as
well.
For those who cannot help that day
but would like to make a monetary do-
nation to cover costs, call Buckles.
Contributions to this 501c3 organiza-
tion are tax-deductible.

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

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

Fencing classes
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is offering fencing lessons
to children and adults at the Old Fire
Station Recreation Center, 127 S.
Boyd St. Classes are taught by coach-
es certified by the United States Fenc-
ing Association on Wednesday and
Saturday.
The cost varies with the class. Call
the rec office at 407-656-4155.


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


HCP, Dillard school
teaming for festival
The Health Central Foundation will
celebrate Veterans Day on Saturday, Nov.
11, with "A Day at the Park," a family-
oriented festival. It runs from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. at 411 N. Dillard St., Winter Gar-
den. There will be a parade, booths sell-
ing food and crafts, games and music.
Health Central Foundation will be part-
nering with Dillard Street Elementary
School and the Health Central nursing
home. Proceeds benefit the School Nurse
Program at Dillard, as well as HCP's
Adult Day Care Scholarships Fund and
renovations to the Patriot Circle wing at
HCP.
Booth space is still available for crafters
and vendors. Call 407-296-1600 for booth
information. Volunteers are needed, too;
to help, call Ana Fernandez at 407-296-
1837.


Send an e-card to
service members
The American Legion has again
launched its e-mail greeting card pro-
gram to thank deployed service mem-
bers and veterans. Cards can be cre-
ated at the American Legion's Web
site: www.legion.org/join.
The site offers e-mail cards repre-
senting each military service, and the
card includes the service's song,
which plays when the card is opened.
There is also space to compose a per-
sonal message.
Cards can be sent now through Nov.
12 either through the Web site or
through the service members' mili-
tary e-mail addresses.

Relay for Life meeting
The next Relay for Life of West Or-
ange meeting of team captains will be
held Monday, Nov. 13, atOcoee High
School at 7 p.m.

Diabetes screening
at Kmart in W.G.
CholestCheck Corp. is holding free
diabetes screenings at the Winter Gar-
den Kmart on Nov. 8-9. Checks take
place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
store, 13105 W. Colonial Drive.
Other tests are available for a fee:
cholesterol, liver function, H. Pylori,
thyroid, PSA and blood type.
For details, call 800-713-3301.

Diabetes screening
at Walgreens
CholestCheck Corp. is holding free
diabetes screenings at the Winter Gar-
den Walgreens on Nov. 2-3. Checks
take place from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
the store, 13720 W. Colonial Drive.
Other tests are available for a fee:
cholesterol, liver function, H. Pylori,
thyroid, PSA and blood type.
For details, call 800-713-3301.

History of local
railroad at library
The Winter Garden library will pre-
sent a program on the history of the
railroads that operated in or through
West Orange and East Lake counties.
The event is Thursday, Nov. 9, at 7
p.m. Phil Cross will give the presen-
tation.
The library is at 805 E. Plant St.,
Winter Garden.

Rec offering
Pilates classes
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is offering Pilates to resi-
dents who want to learn how to unwind
while exercising at the same time. The
class teaches techniques in stretching
and healthy exercise to increase flex-
ibility, cardiovascular strength and
spine alignment.
Classes are held Thursdays from
6:30-7:30 p.m. at Little Hall, 31 W.
Garden Ave. The cost is $7 per class.
For more information, call the rec of-
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Kiwanis gets update on iodine program
Division 10 Lt. Governor Dave Schmidt (left) and Ann and George
Langguth from the division office visited the West Orange Kiwanis re-
cently, and George Langguth discussed and showed pictures of his
trip to central Africa to see firsthand the effects of Kiwanis Internation-
al and UNICEF's Iodine Deficiency Program. Langguth explained how
iodized salt is harvested and distributed and the need for it in Third
World countries to'prevent mental handicaps. Kiwanis meets Wednes-
days at 7:30 a.m. at the Winter Garden IHOP. For more information, call
407-293-6101.


Sustik attends elite Jr. ROTC camp


Cassandra S. Sustik is one of only
500 cadets worldwide who attended
the Air Force Junior ROTC (Reserve
Officer Training Corps) Aerospace
and Technology Honors Camp at
Wright State University and Wright-
Patterson Air Force Base, both in
Dayton, Ohio. The Air Force has nine
other approved honors camp sites for
the high school cadets attending this
year.
Cadets attending the camps are in
the top one percent of 110,000 Junior
ROTC cadets worldwide; only 500
cadets were selected and actually at-
tended.
Students selected must have a min-
imum grade-point average of 3.0; be
rising sophomores, juniors or seniors
enrolled in college-prep mathematics
and science courses; have leadership


ability; demonstrate an interest in pur-
suing technical and aerospace-relat-
ed careers; and be U.S. citizens.
The five-day, hands-on camp pro-
gram has two primary goals: exposing
high-achieving cadets to aerospace
and high-technology opportunities
and careers and to leverage junior
ROTC demographics to reach college-
bound minorities at a younger age.
Participants visit college campus-
es, air and space operational bases and
sites, research labs, historical sites,
museums and aerospace industries;
hear lectures from pilots and astro-
nauts; and participate in flight simu-
lator training and airplane rides with
licensed pilots.
Sustik is the daughter of Suzanne
M. Sustik of Winter Garden. She is a
student at West Orange High School.


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The Winter Garden Police Department has established the regis-
tration dates for its Toys for Needy Children program (formerly
WGPD Toys For Tots).
The sign-up dates are Saturday, Nov. 11, from 8 a.m. to noon; Sat-
urday, Nov. 18, from noon to 4 p.m.; and Wednesday, Nov. 29, from
4-7 p.m. all at the police department at 251 W. Plant St. To reg-
ister, parents or guardians must have the child's birth certificate,
proof of residency (such as a water or power bill) and a Florida ID
card or a Florida driver's license with a current Winter Garden ad-
dress.
Toys and monetary donations will be accepted until Dec. 8. Checks
made payable to the WGPD can be mailed to or dropped off at the
station. New, unwrapped toys can also be taken to the police depart-
ment, or a time can be arranged for pick-up.
The distribution date is Dec. 16. For more information, call the
police department at 407-656-3636.


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Ocoee


Commissioners Rusty Johnson and Joel Keller, from left, Officer Tom Maroney, Sgt. Stephen McCosker,
Ocoee City Manager Rob Frank, Police Chief Ron Reffett, Commissioner Scott Anderson and Deputy Chief
Steven Goclon attended the Crime Prevention Conference in Altamonte Springs where the Ocoee Police
Department was honored.

OPD receives top state honors for the 2nd year


For the second year in a row, the
Community Affairs Unit of the Ocoee
Police Department was honored by the
Florida Crime Prevention Association
as the Crime Prevention Unit of the
Year for cities less than 100,000 in pop-
ulation.
Ocoee City Commissioners Rusty
Johnson, Joel Keller, and Scott Ander-
son, as well as City Manager Rob Frank,


In remembrance of the racial violence
that took place in Ocoee on election day
of 1920, the West Orange Reconcilia-
tion Task Force will host its annual
memorial service at 10 a.m. on Satur-
day, Nov. 4, at the old black cemetery.
In order to find the cemetery site, drive
north on Bluford Avenue from down-


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Steven Goclon, were on hand when Sgt.
Stephen McCosker and Officer Tom
Maroney received the award during the
state's Crime Prevention Conference in
Altamonte Springs, on Oct. 19.
The unit was recognized for its many
safety and crime prevention efforts,
which included a "No Celebratory
Shooting" campaign, the department's


town Ocoee, cross the railroad tracks and
follow the road north as it becomes North
Lakewood Avenue. Upon reaching For-
est Ridge subdivision, turn right into
Laurel Ridge Avenue and follow it un-
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on early Ocoee families for book
The Ocoee Historical Commission is planning to publish a book en-
titled "The History of Ocoee and It's Early Families," and is seeking in-
formation on families that came to the town before 1945 or have con-
tinued to live here since 1945.
The commission is looking for members or descendents of these fam-
ilies.
For more information, call Sherrall Applegate at 407-656-7409 or
Elizabeth Maguire at 407-656-2051.


Ocoee Police Dept. seeks donations
for its Holiday Toys for Tots in Need


Last year the Ocoee Police Depart-
ment's Holiday Toys for Tots in Need
program was able to assist approxi-
mately 250 needy families and put hol-
iday toys in the hands of more than
400 children. The program also pro-
vides 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 So-
cial Security Card for each child. The
program is limited to children under
12.
Monetary donations or donations of
unwrapped new toys may be dropped
off at the Ocoee Police Station at any-
time prior to Dec. 16, or you may call
the OPD for a donation pickup.


Citizen and Teen Police Academies, as-
sisting Ocoee Fire Department in form-
ing a Teen Fire Academy, underage al-
cohol stings, convenience store securi-
ty inspections, two National Night Out
carnivals, a Red Ribbon anti-drug walk,
the department's Police Explorer Post,
child passenger seat inspections, and
the Neighborhood Restorative Justice
juvenile court diversion program.


be 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.

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.

'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.

Ocoee Lions to host
annual turkey shoots
The Ocoee Lions Club will host its
annual turkey shoots on 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 Or-
ange 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.


At the pumpkin patch
Aaron Babette of Ocoee, in front, and Dalton Lambert of Groveland re-
cently visited the pumpkin patch at the Central Florida Zoo in Sanford
and had their photo taken with the scrarecrow.


Picking the perfect pumpkin
Connor Cowles, the son of Chris and Danielle Cowles of Ocoee, en-
joyed his day at the Ocoee Oaks Methodist Church pumpkin patch
picking out the perfect one.


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Berntson graduates
from ROTC course
Phillip A. Berntson has graduated
from the Army ROTC (Reserve Offi-
cer Training Corps) Leader Develop-
ment and Assessment Course. also
known as "Operation Warrior Forge,"
at Fort Lewis, Tacoma. Wash.
The 33-day course provided pro-
fessional training and evaluation for all
cadets in the aspects of military life,
administration and logistical support.
Although continued military train-
ing and leadership development is in-
cluded in the curriculum, the primary
focus of the course is to develop and
evaluate each cadet's officer poten-
tial as a leader by exercising the
cadet's intelligence, common sense,
ingenuity and physical stamina. The
cadet command assesses each cadet's
performance and progress in officer
traits, qualities and professionalism
while attending the course.
Cadets in their junior and senior
year of college must complete the
leadership development course. Upon
successful completion of the course,
the ROTC program and graduation
from college, cadets are commissioned
as second lieutenants in the U.S.
Army, National Guard or Reserve.
Berntson, a 2003 graduate of West
Orange High School, is the son of
Bradley D. and Debra K. Berntson of
Shimmering Sand Drive in Ocoee.

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 Mondays
and Thursdays to help answer ques-
tions 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 ben-
efits, burial benefits, pensions, sur-
vivor benefits program claims and to
prepare notice of disagreements and
appeals. Counselors are also available
for group benefits briefings. To sched-
uled a briefing, call 407-836-8990. For
more information, call 407-654-8493.

Civil War presentation
at West Oaks Library
The Sons of Confederate Veterans
invites the community to attend a civ-
il war presentation at the West Oaks
Library in Ocoee on Tuesday, Nov.
21, at 7 p.m.
Those attending will have the
chance to learn what it was like to be
a Civil War soldier, both Federal and
Confederate, as well as a civilian dur-
ing the war. Refreshments will be
served.
For more information, contact Glen
Richardson at 407-877-7472 or cap-
pouch@ aol.com.

'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.

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 neuro-
transmitters and their effects on their
overall sense of well being and the in-
terplay of hormones.

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

Bingo games held
weekly in Ocoee
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have started their weekly bingo games


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


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City of Ocoee opens its fall grant program
Organizations are encouraged to apply for Community Merit Awards


The fall cycle for the city of Ocoee' s
Community Merit Awards (CMA) Pro-
gram opened Nov. 1. These awards are
financial grants made to non-profit or-
ganizations whose members include
Ocoee residents and business people.
The maximum grant award is $500.
The CMA program is designed to
acknowledge excellence and to further
the benefits these local organizations
,bring to the Ocoee community.
Applications are available on the


city's Web site at www.ci.ocoee.fl.us
or at the City Hall reception desk.
Completed applications should be
mailed or delivered to Ocoee City Hall,
Community Relations, 150 N.
Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee, FL 34761.
The deadline to submit applications is
Nov. 30.
Applications for the Community
Merit Awards are accepted twice a
year. The applications are reviewed
and ranked by the Merit Awards Re-


view Board, a group of residents ap-
pointed by the Ocoee City Commis-
sion.
The Merit Review Board makes a
recommendation to the City Commis-
sion on which applications to fund. The
City Commission makes the final de-
cision.
For more information on the Com-
munity Merit Awards Program, visit
www.ci.ocoee.fl.us or call Joy P.
Wright at 407-905-3100.


Applications for Ocoee's MVP Grants available


The city of Ocoee will award match-
ing grants for neighborhood improve-
ment projects as part of its Most Valu-
able Partnership (MVP) Matching
Grant Program. Ocoee homeowner as-
sociations, civic clubs and faith-based
organizations are eligible to apply. The
maximum grant award is $2,500.
Applications are now available on
the city's Web site at
www.ci.ocoee.fl.us or at the City Hall


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

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

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

Alzhiemer support
group at Summerville
Summerville at Ocoee, an assisted-
living and memory-care residence,
conducts a monthly family support
group on the fourth Thursday of the
month at 6 p.m.
The group's goal is to provide help
fo those who are faced with the strug-
gles and demands of caring for a per-
son with Alzheimer's disease or oth-
er memory-care issues. The support
group is sponsored by the Alzheimer
Resource Center.
Summerville at Ocoee is located at
80 N. Clarke Road in Ocoee. For more
information or to RSVP for the next
meeting, call 407-843-1910.

Summerville seeks
volunteers
' Summerville at Ocoee, an assisted-
living and memory-care residence, is
seeking volunteers to assist with
events, outings, bingo, crafts, games
and other activities, as well as provide
musical entertainment.
For details, call Betty Phillips and
Kwanza Bryant at 407-299-2710.


reception desk. Completed applica-
tions should be mailed or delivered to
Ocoee City Hall, Community Rela-
tions, 150 N. Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee,
FL 34761. The deadline to submit ap-
plications is Nov. 30.
The goal of the MVP awards is to im-
prove the quality of life in Ocoee by as-
sisting residents and organizations in
making improvements to their neigh-
borhoods or creating programs that



Ocoee Golf
Association
promotes golf in
West Orange
County
The Ocoee Golf Associa-
tion, a group established in
1983 and made up of golfers of
all skill levels, meets the sec-
ond Thursday of each month
at 7:30 p.m. in the Ocoeee
Community Center near City
Hall. Tournaments are held
the third Sunday of each
month at 8 a.m. at various golf
courses around the area.
Awards are given for low-
gross and low-net scores in
five flights determined by
handicaps. A membership ini-
tiation fee is $10, and yearly
dues are $30.
For more information, call
407-656-2669 or go the Web
site at OCOEEGolf.Tri-
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Health Central Walkers
at West Oaks Mall
Health Central Walkers is a free
walking program at the West Oaks
Mall in Ocoee. Participants may join
the program Monday through Friday
from 7-10 a.m. Once they are registered
walkers, they may walk at any time
during mall hours. Participants log
the amount of miles they walk and
earn prizes as they accumulate
mileage.
For more information, call Health
Central Wellness at 407-296-1496.

Smoke detectors
available from OFD
The Ocoee Fire Department's Ful-
ly Involved Program offers and in-
stalls smoke detectors to city residents
free of charge. 'For more information,
contact Fire Inspector Butch Stanley
at 407-905-3140.

Founders' Day
T-shirts for sale
The 2006 Ocoee Founders' Day T-
shirts are still for sale at Ocoee City
Hall for $7.
For more information, call 407-905-
3100.

Relay for Life meeting
The next Relay for Life of West Or-
ange meeting of team captains will be
held Monday, Nov. 13, at Ocoee High
School at 7 p.m.


benefit citizens.
Applicants may submit projects that
beautify neighborhoods, address pub-
lic safety concerns or foster cultural,
recreational or educational wants and
needs of the neighborhood or organi-
zation.
For more information on the MVP
Grant Program, visit www.ci.ocoee.fl.
us or call Joy P. Wright at 407-905-
3100.

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


Local dentist and his staff partner with Woman's Club
Dr. John Zargari and his staff have partnered with the Woman's Club of Ocoee in an effort to help with gift
packs to go to the Children's Cancer and Blood Center. The center will hand out a gift pack to every child
who is diagnosed with cancer. Each gift pack includes a stuffed animal, a blanket and a Christian book. This
project has been picked up by District 7 of the Greater Federation of Woman's Clubs. Twenty-four clubs
will work on this project in hopes that these gift packs and a little act of kindness will put a smile on each
child's face. Dr. Zargari and his staff donated fleece blankets, stuffed animals and gift bags to the Wom-
an's Club of Ocoee to support this cause. Shown are, I-r, Teresa Lemons, Evette Ruiz-Santiago, Dr. Zargari,
Pat Zargari and Patty Vaughn.


West Orange Seniors
plan holiday dinners
The West Orange Seniors are col-
lecting ticket money for both the Se-
niors' Thanksgiving dinner and their
Christmas dinner.
The Thanksgiving dinner, with tick-
ets at $4, will be held Thursday, Nov.
16, at the Ocoee Community Center.
At this holiday 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.
The next outing for the club will be
a trip to Rogers Christmas House on
Saturday, Nov. 18. The fee is $5, and
the bus will leave from the Commu-
nity Center at 8 a.m.
Last Thursday 12 Senior Crafters
enjoyed lunch at Logan's on West
Colonial Drive in Orlando before
working on Halloween crafts at the
Community Center. Leading the craft
session was Carolyn Bloom of the
Ocoee Parks and Recreation Depart-
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10A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 2, 2006


Iwo Jima flag raising has special local memories


The new Clint Eastwood movie,
Flags of Our Fathers, has created a
good deal of attention with a number
of veterans who haven't talked much
about their war experiences recalling
one of the Pacific war's bloodiest and
most decisive battles. It hit close to
home for one Windermere family.
"The flag of our father" captures
the famous flag-raising that signified
victory on Iwo Jima for three sons,
Pete, John and Stuart, and a daugh-
ter, Laura, who all grew up in Win-
dermere. Their father, Maurice Mar-
shall, was a 23-year-old sergeant in the
4th Marine Division when it was
fighting to capture Iwo Jima a
craggy Pacific island of volcanic ash
with no cover from the guns of the
Japanese defenders. On the landing
Beaches, bodies were stacked like
cord wood. The battle of Iwo Jima
was one of the bloodiest of history.
Marshall had enlisted in the
Marines on Sunday, Dec. 7, at the age
of 19 and served until January 1946.
"I was fortunate to have served in the
4th Marine Division from its inception
until its deactivation," said Marshall.
He was among the two percent in the
4th Division who survived to the end
of World War II. It was an emotion-
al experience for him to witness the
flag-raising on Suribachi with his
field glasses.
"Although raising of the flag was
symbolic of victory and did much for
morale," said Marshall, "ultimate vic-
tory was still bloody weeks away."
There are many seldom-told sto-
ries such as that of the Navajo Indi-
ans attached to the 4th Division. A
platoon of Navajo Code Talkers was
part of the Signal Company in which
Marshall served. He recalls that in-
dividual Code Talkers with their un-
written language were teamed with
radio operators to form the network
that the Japanese were never able to
penetrate.
The 4th Division Marines returned,
after Iwo Jima was secured, to their
Maui Island base awaiting their next
campaign. In those days, all that Maui
Shad to offer was a sugar plantation.
SFrom there, a diversion arrived in the
form of a wire-haired fox terrier pup-
Spy that spent days retrieving tent pegs
Sfor the Marines.
Marshall was headed back home to
Memphis with Asta the puppy in tow.
He smuggled her aboard the aircraft
carrier zipped up to her nose in a
Satchel, with the aid of sodium ami-
Stal, a corpsman and the jolly crew that
hid her, bathed her in their huge cook-
Sing pots and fed her generously.


Sgt. Maurice Marshall with the 4th Marine Division at the Maui Island
'tent city' awaiting its next assignment after Iwo Jima was secured.


Walking her early mornings on the
flight deck, Marshall was often sur-
prised by the Officers of the Day who
turned their heads in other directions.
Later, on the train homeward
bound, Asta sat proudly by her new
master in her coat with its 4th Divi-
sion corporal insignia patch, special-
ordered and supplied by a Camp
Pendleton tailor. The conductor said,
"No dogs allowed," ordering her off
at the next stop.
At that point, every passenger in
the car rose up in defiance and said,
"If you put that dog off you'll have to
put every one of us off, too!" Such
was the jubilant mood of the country
at that time for its returning war
heroes.
The surviving heroes did not come
out unscathed in many ways with
haunting thoughts of their survival
and of their fallen comrades.
The 4th Marine Division organized
a memorial service on the 40th an-
niversary of the Battle for Iwo Jima
in 1985. It was documented with both


Japanese and American survivors.
Col. Walt Ridlon of the 4th Division
gave a poignant speech.
"On this 40th anniversary of the
World War II landing on Iwo Jima,"
said Col. Ridlon, "veterans of the
campaigns from the United States and
Japan meet kin peace and friendship.
It is hoped that sacrifices of so very
many will be remembered and never
repeated."
The memorial service closed with
a poem by Maurice Marshall:

The Spirit of Iwo Jima
Suribachi wept for the gallant men
who fell at her feet.
Their blood uniting in a cruel bond
of war.
Suribachi smiled today for the souls
of Iwo Jima,
Freed at last by a pledge of peace
in brotherhood.
Let this land remain a symbol of
man's urgent need for peace.
May the souls of Iwo Jima forever
remain at rest.


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Dear Neighbor,
I am running for State Representative to improve public education,
health care, and to control growth. Insurance premiums need to be
reduced and corporations need to stop buying politicians that care
more about campaign contributions than the voters.


Bill McManus for State representative, District 41


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.
S7Precourt No j


McManus Yes


Has taken in excess of $40,000 from
insurance lobbyists, political action
committees and corporations.


CONGESTION/GROWTH: Supports impact fees on developments to pay for
necessary infrastructure, police and fire needs.


McManus Yes [w


Precourt No 1
Has taken in excess of $100,000
from those in the development industry.


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.


PRECOURT'S CAMPAIGN HAS TAKEN MORE THAN $200,000, MOST OF IT FROM LOBBYISTS,
PACS, CORPORATIONS, DEVELOPERS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES.
HE THEN IS SLEAZILY USING THAT MONEY TO PRINT AND MAIL OUT MATERIAL TO VOTERS CLAIMING
TO BE FOR LIMITED GROWTH, AGAINST THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY AND FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION.
(Even using terms like "Our Classrooms" when he homeschools his own four children).

Time For Change, Time For Us, Time to take "BIG" Business, Corporations, Lobbyists
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12A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 2, 2006




Windermere


Street of Dreams
Windermere-based builder Valery Tucker from Stonebridge Homes, her interior designer, Ken Felix (left),
and her husband, Gary, enjoy the Street of Dreams VIP party. Valery is 1 of 8 builders featured at the Street
of Dreams, which is located at Bella Collina in Montverde this year. The shows run through Nov. 26 (Wednes-
days-Sundays). For information, call 407-469-0082 or visit www.streetofdreams.com.


CHRIS MEYER

Chris Meyer earns
Eagle Scout Award
Christopher Meyer of Boy Scout
Troop 223 of Windermere was award-
ed the rank of Eagle Scout in an Ea-
gle Scout Court of Honor on Oct 22 -
his 16th birthday. Meyer is the son of
Kent and Linda Meyer of Orlando.
Scoutmaster Keith Jackson presid-
ed over the ceremony, which took
place at Salem Lutheran Church and
included Eagle Scout John Meyer,
Chris' brother, as master of cere-
monies.
Meyer's aunt, Kathi Meyer Clinton
of Wayne, Ill., was the guest speaker
and talked about living the 12 Scout
laws and how they applied to Chris'
daily life. Travis Meyer Huiatt, Chris'
godfather from Ankeny, Iowa, gave
the opening and closing prayers.
A special flag presentation was
made by John Meyer to his brother.
An American flag was flown over the
United States Capitol on Aug. 30 in
honor of the new Eagle Scout. The
flag was sent from Washington, D.C.,
at the request of Sen. Bill Nelson and
was presented to Chris at the cere-
mony.
A special guest appearance was
made to the Court of Honor by Mrs.
Florida 2006, Gisselle Gutierrez, who
came to congratulate Chris for his
achievement.
Also in attendance were Chris'
grandparents, Alvin and Virginia
Golemo of Port Charlotte; his uncle,
Larry Clinton of Wayne, Ill.; BSA
Troop 223 of Windermere; and many
friends from the area.
Chris began scouting in 1995 when
he joined Cub Scout Pack 120, where
he received his Arrow of Light Award
before becoming a Boy Scout with
Troop 223. In January, Chris also be-
came a member of the Order of the
Arrow.
For his Eagle Service Project, Chris
obtained donations of funds and ma-
terials to repaint the teachers' lunch-
room and provide new bulletin boards
at Olympia High School last spring.
Chris and members of his troop logged
more than 126 volunteer hours for the
project, and he was honored to be of
service to his own school, where he
is currently a sophomore and an hon-
or roll student.


Dr. Win Girl Scouts collect
clinic supplies for area schools
Troops in the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council Dr. Win Service Unit have
been busy collecting Band-Aids and Ziploc bags to donate to area
schools in need. These supplies were given to school nurses to use when
.children are injured. Band-Aids are always in short supply, and the
plastic bags are used to make ice packs. To date, the troops have col-
lected more than 150 items in their clinic drive. Pictured are (I-r) Girl Scouts
from Troop 18 giving supplies to their school nurse at MetroWest Ele-
mentary School.


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


Garden Club to
feature talk on
holiday floral designs
The Windermere Garden Club will
hold its next general meeting Thurs-
day, Nov. 9, beginning with coffee at
9:30 a.m. at Town Hall. The meeting
follows at 10 a.m. with a program on
fresh floral designs for the holidays.
Margaret Kirkpatrick is the featured
speaker, and the arrangements will be
auctioned off. The club is sponsoring
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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An Evening of Dance
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Elizabeth Parsons School of Dance
and Community Dance Theatre will
host dance companies from Orlando
and the surrounding area at the Walt
Disney Amphitheater at Lake Eola in
Orlando on Saturday, Oct. 28, from
7-9 p.m. The groups will present a va-
riety of dance works. Admission is
free, and the event is for the whole
family. For more information, call
407-876-4604.

Powell earns master's
degree from Georgetown
University in D.C.
Windermere resident Hannah Pow-
ell recently graduated from George-
town University, Washington, D.C.,
with a Master of Arts in security stud-
ies, after taking courses in intelligence
and counter-terrorism.
During her time at Georgetown,
Powell worked as a research assistant
in intelligence for Professor Jennifer
Sims and as an intern at the U.S. Em-
bassy in Manila, Philippines. She also
completed her undergraduate work at
Georgetown.
She has recently accepted,a posi-
tion at the Intelligence and National Se-
curity Alliance in Washington, D.C.,
as a staff assistant for research and
analysis.
In addition, she will continue to
work as a research assistant for Lt.
Gen. Jim Clapper at Georgetown.
She is the daughter of Nancy Nix
and the granddaughter of Col. and
Mrs. William E. Nix, all of Winder-
mere.

St. Luke's United
Methodist Women plan
24th annual bazaar
St. Luke's United Methodist Wom-
en will sponsor its annual 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 holiday
bazaar with a whole new twist, orga-
nizers say. The sale booth themes in-
clude Unique Boutique; Country Junc-
tion; Auntie Que's; Under $5 Shoppe;
collectibles; holiday greenery; Just for
Christmas; Divine Gift Aids; Tree
Trimmings, 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 Caf6.
The church is located at 4851 S.
Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando. For
more information, 407-876-4991, Ext.
221.

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.

Craft and holiday fair
in Gotha Nov. 4
There will be a craft and holiday
gift fair in the Gotha Community Park
this 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.


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Pictured with retired Ambassador Harriet L. Elam-Thomas (2nd from left)
are (I-r) Keith Knust, retiring club secretary; Rotary President Julia
Strimple; and Rotary President-elect John Crippen. The Rotary Club
meets each Tuesday at Windermere Town Hall for breakfast. Rotari-
ans said farewell to Knust, who is moving to Texas with his family. They
thanked him for outstanding service as club secretary and wished him
success in his new endeavor.

Retired U.S. ambassador speaks to Rotarians


Ambassador Harriet L. Elam-
Thomas retired from the U.S. Diplo-
matic Service Sept. 30 and was the
guest speaker at the Windermere Ro-
tary meeting Oct. 10.
Elam-Thomas retired with the rank
of Career Minister with a four-decade
career in Foreign Service.
Rotary International's network of
more than 31,000 clubs in 165 coun-
tries made the diplomat's remarks es-
pecially meaningful and thought-pro-
voking.
During her Foreign-Service career,
the ambassador demonstrated a lifelong
practice of bridging cultures and mak-
ing connections between seemingly
distinct people. Elam-Thomas said
with this unique vision and insight she
was able to put a human face on diplo-
macy.
Her varied overseas assignments
took her to Greece, Turkey, France,
Belgium, Senegal, Mali and Cote
d'Ivoire. Domestic assignments in-

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

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


clude counselor (the most senior career
position) and acting deputy director
of the U.S. Information Agency. She
also served at the United Nations in
New York and at The White House
in Washington, D.C. She worked as
cultural attache, director of the Press
and Cultural Center in Turkey and as
U.S. Ambassador to Senegal from
2000-2002.
From 2003-05, she held the posi-
tion of diplomat in residence at the
University of Central Florida. In
March, she returned to UCF to begin
her current assignment to establish a
Diplomacy Program at the universi-
ty.
Elam-Thomas is a graduate of Sim-
mons College and The Fletcher School
of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts Uni-
versity. She is the recipient of four
honorary doctorate degrees and speaks
French, Turkish and Greek. She and
her husband, Wilfred J. Thomas, reside
in Central Florida.

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Residents living in and around Gotha
can be screened to reduce the risk of
having a stroke at the Park Ridge Bap-
tist Church on Nov. 7. The site is located
at 3629 Crystal St. in Gotha. Appoint-
ments will begin at 9 a.m.
A stroke, also know as a "brain at-
tack," is ranked as the third leading
killer in the world and the second
among women. Through preventive
screenings, the risk of having a stroke
can be greatly reduced.
Screenings are fast, painless and low
cost. They involve the use of ultrasound
technology and scan for potential health
problems related to blocked arteries,
aortic aneurysms and hardening of the
arteries in the legs. A bond density
screening to assess risk for osteoporo-
sis is also offered to women and men.
All four screenings take less than an
hour to complete. A complete vascu-
lar screening package, including the
stroke/carotid artery, abdominal aortic
aneurysm and ankle brachial index
screenings is $109. Sign-up for a com-
plete vascular package with the os-
teoporosis screening included for
$129.
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ule an appointment, call 800-909-3106.
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Dr. Phillips


This is a sample of the art that will be on display at Galleria Portofino
Friday, Nov. 17. The community is invited to a free meet-the-artist event
from 6-10 p.m.

Meet-the-artist event coming

to Galleria Portofino on Nov. 17


Galleria Portofino at the Portofi-
no Bay Hotel will host a one-night
event on Friday, Nov. 17, for area
residents to meet artist Luis Sottil.
Sottil is the creator of a unique and
resourceful artform called "Natural-
ismo" that he uses to show his ap-
preciation of Mother Nature.
Area residents are invited to meet
the artist and view the exhibit from
6-10 p.m.
The first component in the process
is the use of a rich coat of gold leaf
that serves as a background to each
painting. The second component is the
use of natural pigments from many
different sources, such as vegetable
roots, mother-of-pearl, minerals and
the rare cochinilla beetle, found only
in.Mexico.
The result is a spectacular blend
of nature's Innocence and romantic
sophistication not found in other
works of art.
"By emulating nature, I have come


to realize a new awareness of the
beauty of nature," said the artist.
"Since we live in a time when so
much is taken for granted, my paint-
ings offer an uncomplicated, posi-
tive message. Nothing is as impor-
tant, beautiful or. as colorful at na-
ture."
The artist uses vibrant hues of pur-
ple, yellow, green and crimson red.
Each painting celebrates the exu-
berance of nature.
In addition to his intense love of
nature, Sottil works closely with
charities, such as Canine Compan-
ions, and has started his own chari-
table foundations the Earth An-
gels project and Art for Life.
Galleria Portofino is located adja-
cent to the Harbor Piazza at Portofi-
no Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando
(5601 Universal Blvd., Orlando).
There is free self-parking for those at-
tending the exhibit. Parking valida-
tion is available at the Galleria.


Re'Generation to appear Nov. 16

in Shrine musical concert series


The Music Department at Mary,
Queen of the Universe Shrine re-
cently announced details of its up-
coming 2006-07 Shrine Concert Se-
ries.
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'-
Generation has performed for five
United States presidents and has
toured the country as "America's Pre-
mier A Cappella Stylists."
The concert will feature religious,
patriotic and folk tunes directed and
arranged 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 Pro-


cessional and Massed Choir Program
at Walt Disney World.
Re'Generation has toured nation-
ally for many years singing 6,000
performances to more than 12 mil-
lion people. Prolific recording artists,
the group has recorded 38 albums,
including one gold album. The
group's members sing professional-
ly in the Orlando area and have ap-
peared on numerous television and
radio programs, as well as received
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 send an e-mail
to shrinemusic@netpass.com.


Singles Dance set for
Nov. 4 at St. Luke's
St. Luke's Singles will host a First
Saturday Singles Dance this Saturday,
Nov. 4, from 8-11 p.m. Central Flori-
da Entertainment will provide music
for dancing.
Doors open at 7:15 p.m., and the
cost is $8 per person. A finger-food
buffet and soft drinks are included in
the admission price. The dance will
take place in the gymnasium, Build-
ing C, in the Fellowship Center.
The church is located at 4851 S.
Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando. For
more information and directions, call
407-876-4991, Ext. 236, or the Sin-
gles hotline at 407-876-4991, Ext. 300.

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
have experienced 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,
5125 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando. For more information and to
join, call 407-876-5320.

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 celebration
for its 10-year anniversary in 2007.

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.

Southwest Book Club
to discuss works of
Anton Chekhov
The Southwest Book Club will meet
Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. at Southwest
Library to discuss Forty Stories by An-
ton Chekhov. The author paints a painful-
ly accurate portrait of the Russian char-
acter with wit, compassion and keen in-
sight.
.The book for discussion Dec. 5 is.The
Last Days ofDogtown 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 May-
er is the event organizer.

Learn about finance
your child's college
education at library
The Southwest Library will sponsor
a program called Finance Their Future:
Saving for Your Child's College Edu-
cation on Friday, Nov. 17, at 10:30 a.m.
Participants will receive a free col-
lege-planning kit. The seminar will in-
clude information on the cost of a col-
lege 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.


SWMS in concert
The chorus department at Southwest Middle School recently held its fall concert. Under the direction of Re-
becca Gregorio, students in the 6th-Grade Mixed Chorus, Boys Chorus, 7th-Grade Girls Concert Chorus,
8th-Grade Girls Concert Chorus and the Southwest Singers performed. Additionally, the Dr. Phillips High
Chorus sang during the evening. Southwest's next chorus performance is the winter concert on Dec. 5. Pic-
tured are the Southwest Singers (1-r): (front row) Angle Ostermann, Lexie Evans, Debbie Israel and Tara
Gall; (middle row) Laura Court, Sara Lee, Mikhala Heil; and (back row) Veronica Kay, Beth Wilson, Sama
Azam and Julimar Alarcon.


Dr. Phillips Charities gives more than $1 million to local non-profits


Dr. Phillips Charities Inc., com-
prised of the Dr. P. Phillips Founda-
tion and Dr. Phillips Inc., donated
more than $1 million in grants-and
pledges in the third quarter of 2006 to
local non-profit organizations.
Invention Services Inc. was among
the major recipients, receiving
$69,175 to fund a full-time overnight
supervisor position for two years and
client-related expenses associated with
providing low-cost housing for youth
aging out of the foster-care system in
Orange, Osceola and Seminole coun-
ties. The group operates Village House
and Village Apartments and current-
ly serves more than 3,600 families.
"The support from the Dr. P.
Phillips Foundation greatly strength-
ens the partnership of those commit-
ted to better meeting the needs of
youth aging out of the foster-care sys-
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extensive and diverse local partner-
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ensures success in this first year of
operation and is critical to the success
of this program."
"The Dr. P. Phillips Foundation in-
.vests by helping organizations that
share our goal of improving the qual-
ity of life in our community. Inter-
vention Services has proven its com-
mitment to the youth of Central Flori-
da who are forced to abruptly deal
with adult decision and issues," said
Ed Furey III, executive vice president
of the Dr. P. Phillips Foundation.
Other grant recipients include Or-
lando Museum of Art Inc. ($307,875),
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central
Florida Inc. ($35,000), Osceola Coun-
ty Council on Aging ($500,000), Se-
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14A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 2, 2006


Oakland


And the winner is...
William Dullap of Winter Garden won the raffle for a pair of bicycles at Saturday's Oakland Heritage Festi-
val. The raffle raised $700 for the Oakland Nature Preserve. Friends of Lake Apopka purchased 1 bike for
the raffle, and the other was donated by West Orange Bike in Winter Garden.


Learning Oakland's history
Hayrides around 'old Oakland' were offered Saturday at the Oakland Heritage Festival. Guests were treat-
ed to a history lesson of the town during their ride.


Fall festival at
W.O. Baptist
The community is invited to the fall
festival at West Orange Baptist
Church this Saturday, Nov. 4, from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Families can take
part in games, crafts, cupcake walks,
hayrides, bounce houses and a Cater-
pillar 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 Lar-
ry Jinks. The church is at 200 S. Tubb
St., Oakland.


British Heritage
Club meets monthly
The British Heritage Club
meets on the first Tuesday of
the month at the Oakland
Presbyterian Church in Oak-
land at 7:30 p.m. Anyone of
British heritage is welcome
to join.
Call Doris Merchant at
407-877-4240 for more in-
formation.


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

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.

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.


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The town of Oakland is looking for
residents who were born in Oakland.
Officials are making a DVD of the
residents' recorded memories. For
more information abotit the project,
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 lighting
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' Bug-
gy, and a second performance night
might be planned for townspeople.
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.

ONP seeking
Scout volunteers
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.
SThose interested can contact ONP
staff at 407-905-0054.

File of Life available
The File of Life program is available
in Oakland. The packets include an
information card that gives emergen-
cy personnel an immediate 'medical
history on the patient.
Residents can pick up a File of Life
packet at the Oakland Police Depart-
ment, 540 E. Oakland Ave.

Town of Oakland
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The following town of Oakland
meetings are regularly held in the
meeting hall on North Tubb Street.
For more information, call Town Hall
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Social


Leonhardt-Lee engagement


Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wayne
Leonhardt of Orlando announce the
engagement of their daughter, Ashley
Victoria, to Kevin Andrew Lee, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Martin Lee of
Windermere.
Ashley is the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Cook Jr. of Palm Coast
and Mrs. Gaetane Leonhardt of Or-
mond Beach.
The bride-to-be attended Edgewa-
* ter High School. She graduated from
the University of Florida with a bach-
elor's degree in advertising and from
Sthe Gemological Institute of America


as a graduate gemologist. She is cur-
rently employed by Tom Cook Jew-
eler in Daytona Beach.
Kevin is the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Loth of New Smyrna Beach
and Maureen Lee of Windermere.
He attended Edgewater High School
and graduated from the University of
Florida with a bachelor's degree in en-
vironmental engineering. He will be
graduating from UF in December with
a master's degree in the same field.
The wedding will take place April 28
at the First Presbyterian Church of Or-
lando.


Rotary's Lobster, Laughter dinner
;set for Nov. 9 at Camp Down
SThe Windermere Rotary Club is The featured entertainment will be
invitingg community residents who a magician, comedian and inspira-
.love lobster and laughter to attend its tional speaker.
fourth annual Lobster, Laughter and Proceeds from the event will go to
Lend-a-hand event Thursday, Nov. 9. Health Central Park nursing home,
The dinner, silent auction and art Leukemia and Lymphoma Society,
show will take place at Orlando Util- Princeton House and the Cystic Fi-
ities Commission's Camp Down on brosis Foundation.
Main Street in Windermere. Last year's event sold out quickly,
The party begins with a reception so early reservations are recom-
and cocktails at 6 p.m. followed by mended. Tables and individual tickets
dinner at 7:15 p.m. can be purchased from -all Rotary
Sponsorship tables are available at members or by calling Tom Johnson
Various levels, including gold, $2,000; at 407-876-0280. Payment by Amer-
silver, $1,500; and bronze, $800. In- ican Express, Master Card, Visa and
dil dual tickets are $65, and casual Discover credit cards will be accept-
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Veech-Rodriguez vows spoken
Lucy Rodriguez and Lex Veech from Orlando were married in Punta Cana,
Dominican Republic, on Oct. 6. They were joined by relatives and
friends for their tropical wedding. They have 3 children: Ali Veech, Juan
Rodriguez and Iranys Rodriguez-lkerd.


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
reunion, and volunteers are needed.
Contact 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 westorangeclas-
sof87@yahoo.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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Lipscomb-Ewing engagement


Mr. and Mrs. Todd Jorgenson of
Mount Dora and Ken Lipscomb of
Decatur, Ala., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Shelley
Lipscomb, to Christopher Ewing, son
of Terry and Lewis Goldstein of
Gotha and Frank Ewing of Cum-
ming, Ga.
Shelley is a graduate of Lake Mary
High School and the University of
Central Florida. She is currently em-
ployed by Marriott Vacation Club.


Christopher is a graduate of West
Orange High School and is the man-
ager of the Crooked Bayou Restau-
rant in downtown Orlando.
An engagement party was held in
September at the home of Christo-
pher's parents in Gotha with guests
attending from Florida, Alabama and
Georgia.
The wedding is planned for Febru-
ary at the home of Shelley's mother
in Mount Dora.


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Governor Jeb Bush
Speaker Designate Marco Rubio
Representative Dean Cannon
Representative John Quinones
Representative Fred Brummer
Representative David Mealor
Mayor Kathy Stark
Mayor Gary Bruhn
Former Mayor Jon VanderLey


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Central Florida Police Benevolent Association
Orange County Professional Fire Fighters
National Association for Uniformed Services
National Rifle Association

Florida Medical Association Political Action Comm.
Orange County Medical Society
Florida Nurses Political Action Comm.
Florida Hospital Association Political Acttlon Comm.
SEIU Florida Healthcare Union
Florida Emergency Room Doctors

Florida Chamber of Commerce
Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce
Florida Certified Public Accountants PAC

Central Florida Hotel and Lodging Association
Associated Industries of Florida
National Federation of Independent Businesses
State Bankers Political Action Comm.
Florida Credit Union League


Florida Engineering Society
Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers
Florida Transportation Builders Association
Floridians for Better Transportation


Universal Studios
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Florida Realtors Association
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Florida Farm Bureau
National Association of Industrial Office Properties
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Association of Florida Community Developers
Florida Carpenters

Received Support fr6m key members of the
Coalition for Property Rights

Florida Right to Life Political Action Comm.
National Association of Social Workers


Orlando Sentinel,
West Orange Times
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Celebrating

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Winter Garden, Florida Thursday, November 2, 2006


Musical street party in W.G.


Peg Thomas talks with attendees at the 9th Annual
Oakland Heritage Festival. The table in front of her
held tools from a past century, and guests had to guess
what they were once used for.


Joshua (left) and Joey Conn of Winter Garden
prepare to shoot another round of miniature
marshmallows at the Oakland festival Saturday.
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at the event each year, but it's the marshmal-
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played by Jason Thomas and Friends at the downtown Winter Garden gazebo.


Sovereign Brass was among the many performers booked for the 1st Winter Garden Music Fest held along
Plant Street.


Cindy Hair (left) and Carol Correia, both of Oakland, advertise their home-based business, Abigail's Can-
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Sports


Dr. Phillips captures District 5 football title


The Dr. Phillips High varsity girls volleyball team recently completed an outstanding season after reaching
the regional semi-finals of the state playoffs. The Lady Panthers finished with a 23-5 record, which is DP's
best mark since 1998.


DP volleyball
The Dr. Phillips High varsity girls
volleyball team's impressive run
through the state playoffs came to an
end last week vs. Sarasota Riverview
in the regional semi-final. DP's Kat-
rina Kiersted racked up 45 assists, 10
digs and 6 aces, in addition to win-
ning many service points. Lauren
Maki finished with 17 kills and 8 digs,


reaches regional semifinal


while Jessica Nassau provided 25
kills, 8 blocks and 3 aces. Ashleigh
Lipford also played well. The Lady
Panthers finished with a 23-5 record,
which is DP's best mark since 1998.
The Lady Panthers advanced to the
semi-final game by defeating No. 7-
ranked Eau Gallie last week.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys bowl-


ing team took down Ocoee 2522-
2365 last week. Joey Rubino led DP
with games of 245 and 244. The win
improved the team's record to 9-5.
Meaghan Reardon rolled a 500 series
as the DP varsity girls bowling team
rallied from a 100-pin deficit to defeat
Ocoee 1862-1845. The Lady Panthers
finish the regular season 5-8.


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The city of Ocoee Recreation Department recently held its annual Ocoee Junior Open tennis tournament
at Tiger Minor Park. The champions (above) for this year's event, joined by Coach Jack Vinson (center) are
(1-r): front row, Taylor Gray (overall girls champ), Faith Whigham, Andrew Bernstine, Jake Thomas, Jacob
Van Deventer, Zach Hill (overall boys champ), Kiahra Peterson; back row, Valerie Owens, Justus Fisher
Shayestehpour, Heather Griffin and Joshua Jarnigan.


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 devel-
opment football organization for play-
ers of 18 years or older. The league fea-
tures 13 teams from throughout the state
with a 12-game regular season, plus
playoffs and an all-star/championship
weekend in Daytona Beach.
The Falcons kick-off their regular
season Feb. 3 in Ft. Lauderdale vs. the
Broward Raiders. The team will also
travel to road games in Belle Glades,
Leesburg, Clearwater, Ocala and 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 Thor-
oughbreds (April 7) and Lake County Pa-


Youth wrestling winter
camp at DPHS
The Orange County Wrestling Club
will hold a youth winter wrestling pro-
gram at Dr. Phillips High.
Registration will take place Mon-
day, Nov. 6, at 5 p.m. in the DPHS
gymnasium. Practices are set for every
Monday and Wednesday from 5:30-
6:30 p.m. The cost to participate is
$80, which includes a USA Wrestling
card and uniform. Checks can be made
payable to Dr. Phillips High School.
For more information, contact
Coach Lenin Vazquez at 407-415-
7377 or vazquel@ocps.net.


triots (April 21).
Practices began last week at the Jim
Beech Recreation Center, located at
1820 A.D. Mims Road in Ocoee, and
will continue every Saturday and Sun-
day 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
are at least 18 years old and possess a
high school diploma or equivalent de-
gree. Players must maintain ajob or be
enrolled in a post-secondary school. The
cost to participate is $200 per player.
The Falcons, Smith added, are also
looking for people interested in coach-
ing.
The team will host a charity game vs.
a SEFL opponent Nov. 25 at 3 p.m. at
Bulldogs Field in Ocoee to benefit the
city's Toys for Tots program. An un-
wrapped toy or $7 will serve as admis-
sion.
For more information or details on
joining the Falcons, log onto the team
Web site, www.ocfalcons.com.


Ocoee Youth Soccer
League kicks off
2006-07 season
The Ocoee Youth Soccer League
will open its 2006-07 season this Sat-
urday, Nov. 4, at 8:30 a.m. at the Jim
Beech Recreation Center.
The league has grown by 130 play-
ers ranging in age from 4 to 16. Forty-
two teams will compete this season.
Ocoee Mayor Scott Vandergrift
will officially kick off the season by
taking a shot on goal.


Also in Week 10
action, Olympia went out
with a win, while Ocoee
and WOHS both suffered
losses.

By Michael Laval

Dr. Phillips (7-2, 4-0) staged a dra-
matic comeback victory last Friday
night to claim its first district title since
1997.
The Panthers won 27-21 over Boone,
which arrived at DPHS with a four-year,
19-game district winning streak. The
win gives DP homefield advantage Nov.
10 vs. Sarasota Riverview in the re-
gional quarterfinal round of the state
playoffs.
Trailing 21-14 in the fourth quarter,
DP's offensive and defensive units both
stepped up and took control of the game.
First the Panther defense stopped Boone
in the red zone, giving DP possession
deep in its own territory. Following a
penalty, Dr. Phillips lined up at the 7-
yard line.
That's when quarterback Chris
Wilkes ran a play-action fake and threw
a bomb to midfield to sophomore
Rolando Carrero, who spun and cut
through Boone defenders all the way to
the end zone. The 93-yard touchdown
pass tied the score and broke the pre-
vious DPHS school record of 78 yards
set in 2001.
The defense continued to shut down
Boone on its next two possessions. With
about six minutes remaining, the Pan-
thers began their game-winning drive
at their own 15-yard line. Moments lat-
er, Embry Peeples took a handoff from
the 32-yard line and raced 68 yards for
a touchdown to put DP on top for good.
Boone fought back, though, in the fi-
nal minutes with a drive deep inside
Panther territory. The defense clinched
the game when Jordan Pratt deflected a
Boone pass, which led to an interception
by Alex Olama.
DP got off to a bad start in the first
quarter when a high snap sailed over
the punter's head, and Boone recovered
in the end zone for the game's first
touchdown. The Panthers didn't score
until the second quarter when Shane
Harrold's 4-yard TD run capped a 75-
yard drive.
Damien Carr recovered a fumble on
Boone's next possession, which led to
one of many big plays for DP.
Facing 3rd and 13, Wilkes (153 yards,
2 TDs) passed to Damion Allan, who
bobbled the ball at Boone's 19-yard line
then lateraled to Peeples as defenders
closed in. Peeples jogged untouched
into the end zone for DP's first lead of
the night.
Boone tied the score just before half-
time on an 80-yard bomb, and later
scored the lone touchdown of the third
quarter.
Peeples finished with 112 yards rush-
ing to tie a school record six 100-yard
rushing games in a season. As a team,
the Panthers shattered the school record
for rushing yards in a season with 2,524.
The previous mark of 2,456 was set in
1999. Kicker Brad Smith broke a 16-
year-old school record with his 31st ex-
tra point of the season.
Dr. Phillips has one game remaining
on its regular-season schedule the


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The Panthers will look to snap their
three-game losing streak to WOHS
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day at 7:30 p.m.

Olympia
The Titans (4-6) wrapped up their
season with a two-game winning streak
following last Friday night's 36-16 vic-
tory at home over Evans.
Olympia feasted on 4 Evans
turnovers, including an interception and
two fumbles on the first three Trojan
possessions of the game.
Quarterback Rodney Dorsett led the
team in rushing (78 yards, 1 TD) while
also throwing for 50 yards and 1 touch-
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backs contributed to one of Olympia's
best single-game rushing performances
of the season with 216 yards on 36 car-
ries.
Adam Dry ran for 46 yards and 1
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lowed by Trey Odom (28 yards), Brett
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Cam Martin (12 yards), Mike Bridges
(11 yards) and Tim Gibson and Nick
Beecher (3 yards apiece).
Marquis Rolle hauled in a 12-yard
touchdown pass from Dorsett to lead
Titan receivers. In the fourth quarter,
Rolle added a 55-yard touchdown on a
kick return to pad Olympia's lead.
Kicker Aron Hotalen scored on a field
goal and 3 extra-point attempts. Sean
Westphal led the Titan defense with 6
tackles, 2 sacks and an interception.

West Orange
Despite a solid effort with 6 take-
aways, West Orange (3-6, 1-4) could-
n't overcome a dominating Apopka de-
fense as the Warriors lost 23-7 at home
in their regular season District 4 finale.
After Apopka returned the game's
opening kickoff for a 90-yard touch-
down, West Orange stayed in the game
by grabbing 4 first-half turnovers by
Apopka. Dale Jones cut the score to 9-
7 before the half by returning an inter-
ception 52 yards for West Orange's lone
touchdown of the night.
"We really played a very good game
last Friday," said WOHS Head Coach
Tim Smith. Our guys have played tough
all year, and we are so proud of how
they have continued to battle with all
the players getting injured and those
stepping up to fill in where needed."
Jones also led West Orange in rush-
ing with 18 yards, followed by Arron
Fisher (16 yards). Quarterback Blake
Dieterich threw for 73 yards on 8-for-
23 passing. He connected on receptions
by Travis Williams (26 yards), Ted
Bouler (20 yards), Kyle Haith (18


yards), and Josh Hargrove (8 yards).
Nathan Keller led the Warrior de-
fense with 17 tackles, 1 forced fumble
and 1 fumble recovery. Cornelius Tay-
lor added 13 tackles and 2 forced fum-
bles. Antonio Johnson (13 tackles), Brett
Schlosser (10 tackles, 2 forced fum-
bles), Gary Roach (7 tackles, 1 fumble
recovery), Fisher tacklese) and James
Pender (7 tackles, 1 interception) all
stood out on defense.
The Warriors carry a four-game los-
ing skid into this Friday's Ole Orange
Crate game-at rival Dr. Phillips High. A
victory would end West Orange's sea-
son on a positive note and give WOHS
possession of the Ole Orange Crate tro-
phy for a fourth consecutive year. The
game kicks off at DPHS at 7:30 p.m.

Ocoee
The Knights saw their playoff hopes
dashed last Friday night in a 41-21 de-
feat at East Ridge, which claimed the
District 4 runner-up spot to qualify for
postseason play.
Ocoee (6-3, 2-3) jumped out to an
early 7-0 lead thanks to a 69-yard kick-
off return touchdown by Leronte Hub-
bard. East Ridge responded, though, on
the ensuing kickoff by scoring on a 79-
yard return. East Ridge reached the end
zone two more times before halftime.
With about one minute remaining in
the second quarter, Ocoee quarterback
Kingsley Barconey attempted to pitch
the ball to a teammate, but saw it inter-
cepted by an East Ridge defender, who
raced 32 yards for the score and a 21-7
lead at the half.
East Ridge further extended its lead
in the second half, while Ocoee fought
for two more touchdowns.
Barconey finished with 143 yards and
3 interceptions on 1 l-for-25 passing.
He connected on a touchdown pass to
Adam Flanigan, who racked up 80 re-
ceiving yards. Rickeem Jackson had 50
yards on 4 catches.
Miguel Gilmore led Ocoee's rushing
attack with 124 yards on 11 carries but
was shut out of the end zone. Barconey
rushed for 84 yards and 1 TD on 16 car-
ries. Ryan Terrell added 15 yards on
the ground.
Kenneth Martin (10 tackles), Tymiller
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Despite having lost its last two games,
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Golf


Grand Cypress names
new general manager
West Orange County resident Mark H.
Cox has been named general manager of
The Villas of Grand Cypress Golf Resort,
according to Mike Iwuc, senior vice
president of Grand Cypress Florida LP.
Cox will oversee operations of The
Villas of Grand Cypress, Grand Cypress
Golf Club, Grand Cypress Academy of
Golf and Grand Cypress Equestrian Cen-
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the resort since 1989.
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Orlando. He and his wife, Tammy, and
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Ocoee Golf Assoc. meets at Ocoee Community Center
The Ocoee Golf Association, a day of each month at 8 a.m. at various
group established in 1983 and made up golf courses around the area. Awards
of golfers of all skill levels, meets the are given for low-gross and low-net
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7:30 p.m. in the Ocoee Community handicaps. A membership initiation
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Tournaments are held the third Sun- For details, call 407-656-2669.

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Olympia golfers place among top in state


Ocoee residents Shawn Draheim (lett) and his younger brother, Jared,
race their bikes in a national BMX competition.

Ocoee boys race in BMX competition


Brothers Shawn and Jared Dra-
heim of Ocoee raced in a BMX com-
petition Oct. 21-22 in Albany, Ga.
The youths competed in the 2006 re-
'gional finals for the National Bicy-
cle League (NBL).
Shawn captured first place as a 14-
year-old rookie in an exciting final
race. Jared, competing as a 10-year-
old rookie, finished a close race in
fifth place. The NBL final regional
i:points standings for the 2006 season
Shave Shawn in eighth place and Jared
in seventh place in their respective
classes.


In the opening event for the 2007
National Series, Shawn placed third
in the final race of his highly com-
petitive class. At the event, both
Shawn and Jared were invited to join
the NBL team of KB BMX. As a re-
sult of his point standings, Shawn
has been invited to race in the Pres-
idents Cup next month in Columbia,
Ohio.
The brothers have been racing
BMX bikes only since January of
this year. Shawnis a student at Ocoee
Middle School, while Jared attends
Ocoee Elementary.


,Ocoee softball finishes as Metro runner-up
SThe Ocoee High varsity girls slow- advance or $6 at the gate. Tickets will
'pitch softball team finished its sea- be on sale next week at Ocoee High.
Sson with a 10-9 comeback victory over The Ocoee varsity girls basketball
previously unbeaten Timber Creek. team will host its Tip-Off Classic tour-
,The Lady Knights went 11-3 on the nament Nov. 10-11.
Season and placed second in the Metro Ocoee High will host its fall sports
.Conference standings. banquet Monday, Dec. 11, at 6 p.m.
' DevinCrabb hit two home runs, and in the school cafeteria. Tickets for par-
:Dominique Smith had a home run and ents and guests are $5. Student-ath-
.a double to lead the Ocoee rally. Brit- letes will be admitted for free. For
tanN Spencer, Lauren Smoley and Mi- more information, contact Athletic
randa Isbell also came through in the Director Bill Chambers at 407-905-
clutch. 3006 or chambew@ocps.net..
SThe Knight varsity football team The next OHS Athletic Booster
'.has been invited to participate in the Club meeting is set for Monday, Nov.
Gridiron Bo\\ I at Showalter Field in 6, at 6:30 p.m. in the school media
Winter Park on Thursday, Nov. 9, at center. The topic of discussion will
7:30 p.m. Ocoee will take on the Win- be the formation of a school forma-
ter Park Wildcats. Tickets are $5 in tion.


The Olympia High varsity boys
and girls golf teams both finished
among the top five in the state finals.
The boys team took third overall.
The Titans were led by David Ziglar
(72-74), who placed 14th individually.
Alex Donaldson (73-75), Aaron
Stewart (80-71), James Byrd (80-73)
and Mark Costanza (78-76) round-
ed out Ocoee's golfers.
The Lady Titans finished fifth in the
state finals and Jessy Tang (74-72)
placed seventh individually. She was
followed by Caitlin Mohney (82-75),
Hannah Griffin (85-82), Haley Cole
(88-92) and Rebekah Sheppard (96-
87).
The Olympia varsity boys and
girls swim and dive teams will be
represented this Thursday and Fri-
day, Nov. 2-3, at the state finals. Last
week, the boys finished as regional
runner-up and the girls took third


place. Competing for the boys team
are Kevin Morgan, Breno
Guimaraes, Michael Neubacher,
Hunter Torrence, Tommy Neubach-
er, C.J. Reall, Zach Bonnema, Chip
Hawthorne and Emmanuel Arias.
Sarah Broadley, Liz Broadley,
Amanda Reall, Amber Siggins, Erin
Chong, Lizi Asencio, Jen Gavin,
Emily Mason and Bailey Ellson will
represent the Lady Titans.
The Olympia varsity girls cross-
country team finished fourth at the
district meet last weekend, despite
the absence of the team's No. 4 run-
ner Kacei Briggs. The Lady Titans
finished in the following order:
Madison Kite (21:02), Katie Carbi-
ener (21:04), Kristen Webley
(21:38), Mary Catherine Kelley
(21:55), Demi Estrada (22:13), Shan-
non Nichols (22:43) and Aly Fleck
(22:59).


West Orange High sports update y
The West Orange varsity boys month with a 1-5-1 record. West Or-
bowling team defeated Freedom last ange picked up a victory over Free- Lake Highlan
week. Harry Pate led the Warriors dom and a tie vs. Evans. Blake Diet- Coach Chris Barb
with a 600 series. Scott Simononi fol- rich was the team's standout player la with the Lake H
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proved to 9-3 on the season with a vic-
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The West Orange varsity boys and Disc Problems Post; Surgi
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leading the boys team, while Nicole
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The Warrior junior varsity foot- Licensed Physical Therapist on Staff
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Schools


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Foundation Academy recently honored a student from each preschool
class for the month of September who most exemplified responsibili-
ty, based on Luke 16:10. The students were rewarded with recogni-
tion during the preschool chapel and presented with an honorary cer-
tificate. Pictured are (l-r): (front row) Jayson Carter, Eliana Cantellops
and Carlos Ojeda; and (back row) Alxys Garafola, Steven Friend and
Adelina Cruz.


'Lake Whitney


Breakfast with Mom was a'big hit at Lake Whitney Element
SHosted by the PTA, students and their moms, aunts or oti
in their life enjoyed doughnuts, fruit ahd coffee before head
It was a great time to socialize and meet up with friends. P
Abby, Emily and Marcy Gibbs.


SMrs. Daugherty and Mrs. Eakin taught the physical educati
at Citrus Elementary a speedy game of Scooter Fitness 7
5th-graders really know what it takes to stay in shape and
bodies healthy. Everyone has a scooter and tries not to get
the foam balls, which 3 people have. Anyone tagged must g
ness rotations and do 10 each of push-ups, jumping jacks a
es before going back in the game. The exercises provide a
Ser-body workout for the students.


UCF invites
prospective students to
Decision Days at
MetroWest campus
The University of Central Florida
Regional Campuses have announced
a series of Decision Days aimed to
admit prospective students for the
Spring and Summer 2007 semesters.
Held in partnership with Valencia
Community College, the program in-
cludes the opportunity for students to
meet one-on-one with an admissions
counselor to review their applications
and transcripts for one of the two up-
coming semesters.
"Decision Days are designed to be
convenient for students seeking to
transfer to the UCF Regional Cam-
pus in their community," said Dr.
David T. Harrison, vice provost for
the UCF Regional Campuses. "These
personal interactions allow students to
review their complete application
package with an admissions coun-
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The MetroWest Campus, 1800 S.
Kirkman Road, Orlando, with host a
Decision Days event Tuesday, Nov.
7, from 9 a.m. to noon.
In order to participate, students with
45 college credit hours should bring
a completed application, current of-
ficial transcript and application fee
of $30 (check or money order only)
with them.


Students are encouraged to apply
early to ensure an early orientation
and registration date. Additional in-
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www.regionalcampuses.ucf.edu or
by calling 407-582-5500.

S Elks contest for
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The Winter Garden Elks Lodge is
sponsoring a contest for high school se-
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The deadline for the Elks National
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state.
A report was given to the Board
outlining how the district uses Flori-
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claims these funds enhance educa-
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Fag. These than one percent ($8,875,653) of the
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regular school year.


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The students at Bay Meadows Elementary recently enjoyed having breakfast with their dads at the 1st
Doughnuts with Dads event. The children and their dads arrived at school 30 minutes early to enjoy Krispy
Kreme doughnuts and milk before the school day began. The cafeteria was packed standing room only.
It was a delicious way to begin the day. Pictured are Madison and her dad, Todd Baldwin, and Kelly with
her dad, James Gauger.


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Oakland Avenue Charter 5th-graders are excited after receiving their honor roll certificate at the recent
awards ceremony. Pictured is Ms. Beck's class.


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The Spring Lake Elementary winners of the 4-Way Test are pictured with members of the Ocoee Rotary
Club, which sponsored the competition: Taelor Callahan, Sara Lopez-Londono,;Sahra Gagray, Stephen Wayt,
Christina Hernandez, Tammy Lloyd, Mariella Barriagan, Cheyanne McVey, Jesus Rojas and Bryan Diaz.


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Members of the Ocoee High Student Government recently volunteered at the Magnolia Park Pumpkin Fest.
Pictured is Principal Mike Armbruster receiving a thank-you letter from Magnolia Park volunteer coordina-
tors Jennifer Smith and Ginger Bickett Fox. Also pictured are student volunteers Amanda Dagaiu, Monique
Lowe, Vanessa St. Amand and Cristina Sandoval (back row) and Licelys Quiel, Dawn Rogers and Dannielle
Withall (front row) and Wendy Cartwright, SGA advisor.







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National Merit Scholar
Semi-Finalist named
Anna Walker of West Or-
ange High School is among
the 16,000 semi-finalists na-
tionwide of the 22 million
students competing for Na-
tional Merit Scholar.
Walker will continue to go
through selection processes
in the hopes of becoming a
National Merit Scholar. She
has had many academic
successes in the past, in-
cluding National Honor So-
ciety, Advanced Placement
Scholar with Distinction and
Gold Shield Award, as well
as maintained a 4.0 grade-
point average and earned a
first-place ranking in her
class at West Orange.
She has not only achieved
for herself but also con-
tributes to others at the
school. Walker is the pres-
ident of Mu Alpha Theta, a
group that tutors students
who are struggling in math,
and she is the captain of the
Quiz Bowl Team.
Her future aspirations in-
clude majoring in political
science and pursuing a ca-
reer in politics.


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The Windermere Prep School Wind Ensemble recently traveled to Atlanta to perform in a clinic at Emory
University. Under the direction of John Christian, director of bands, the WPS 5th- through 8th-graders had
the opportunity to perform a concert at Pace Academy and also visit the Georgia Aquarium, courtesy of Air-
Tran Airways. Pictured in the Emory University Concert Hall are the 28 band members: (1-r, front row) Avina
Harry, Hayden Ball, Jacob Johnston, Matthew Salmon, Graham Bass, William Sleiman, Dual South, Lucas
Casas, Tansel Ismail, Sahil Patel, Andrew Kane and Bryce King; and (back row) Harit Muttreja, Adam
Johnson, Grant Pbyton, Christina Ambrose, Alex Ontko, Stewart Henzi, Tyler Santostefano, Joseph Sleiman,
Patrick Salmon, Zak Guernsey, Kira Ambrose, Victoria Price, Amanda Torres, Nick Saunders, Zain Lateef
Schol- and Lucas Karpuik.


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The Big Red Bus made a stop at Central Florida Christian Academy recently. The Student Body Council
hosted Florida's Blood Centers, and many took time from their schedules to give blood. The total amount
of blood donated was approximately 10 gallons. The staff of Florida's Blood Centers was astounded at the
number of people who donated. In fact, because they had not anticipated large numbers for such a small
school, supplies for collecting the blood ran low. CFCA plans to sponsor this event again in February. Pic-
tured are (I-r): Alexis Smith, Magen Beliveau and Kailey Wingerter.


Drama production
The Central Florida Christian
Academy Drama Department will pre-
sent its fall play, The Miracle Worker,
Thursday and Friday, Nov. 16-17, at 7
p.m. The academy is located at 700
Good Homes Road.


The Miracle Worker, written by
William Gibson, is an epic drama that
depicts the relationship between the
deaf, blind and mute Helen Keller and
her teacher, Annie Sullivan.
The drama students hope to inspire
their audience through this story of
powerful love and miraculous trans-


formation.
Tickets are $6 in advance and $8
at the door. Tickets can be reserved at
www.cfcademy.org. CFCA student
and staff discount is $4.
For details, contact Melissa Cross,
drama director, at 407-293-8062, Ext.
456.


Entrepreneurship begins at high school level


By Albert M. Behzadi
Florida Southern College


Students in Mrs. Shelley's 1st-grade class at Maxey Elementary are studying shadows. Pictured are Car-
los Rangel and Sarika Hardeen (from left).


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 invit-
ed and encouraged to attend.
The SAC is a diverse group of par-
ent, teachers and concerned commu-
nity members who meet monthly to
Discuss educational improvement op-
Sportunities at the school.
For more information, call the school
at 407-656-7773.

Spaghetti Dinner, Auction
Whispering Oak Elementary will
hold a Spaghetti Dinner and Silent
Auction on Friday, Nov. 10, from 6:30-
S8:30 p.m. Tickets are $6. PTA mem-
bers and non-members are invited to
attend.
For more information, call the PTA
Office at 407-656-7773.


Cold hard cash that is why many
high school students desire to become en-
trepreneurs. According to SCORE,
counselors to America's small busi-
nesses, about 27 percent of high school
students take an entrepreneurial busi-
ness course and 35 percent take an eco-
nomics course while in high school.
To provide easy access to education-
al information, many high schools are
turning to the Internet. Under a new pro-
gram launched by the National Federa-
tion of Independent Business Young En-
trepreneur Foundation, the schools are
implementing free onlineaccess to en-
trepreneurial course materials.
"This curriculum is designed to com-
plement pre-existing lesson plans and
take about two and a half weeks to get
through," said Julie Carney, the pro-
gram's manager. "While the program
can easily fit with business and market-
ing classes, it is designed to work with
any class interested in entrepreneurship."
The Young Entrepreneur Foundation
is an organization promoting the lessons


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of free enterprise in the classroom with
the goal of building the next generation
of small-business owners and en-
trepreneurs. It also is promoting a pro-
gram to pair teachers with local en-
trepreneurs.
Hank Kopcial, executive director of the
foundation said, "By recruiting en-
trepreneurs to serve as mentors, teach-
ers using the curriculum will have a real
business person as a resource."
Many high schools demonstrated their
skills during the fourth annual Business
Plan Competition hosted recently by
Miami Dade College. The Institute for
Youth Entrepreneurship Program spon-
sored the event for the future en-
trepreneurs in Miami.
One student who benefited from tak-
ing these business courses was Ian Ab-
ston, who constructed the company 2
Buff Guys, which specializes in lawn


care and other handyman jobs. With
large investments in advertising and pro-
motions, 2 Buff Guys made nearly
$10,000 last summer.
"The best thing about running my own
business is the responsibility," said Ab-
ston. "I like being in charge."
In addition, many states are offering
scholarships to the young, hopeful en-
trepreneurs. For instance, to recognize
Nebraska high school seniors with out-
standing potential to become en-
trepreneurs, the University of Nebras-
ka is providing financial assistance to
them as they obtain their degrees.
The young people who are taking
courses in business and economics are
learning how to run their own business
and become successful, As a result, more
and more high school students are tak-
ing these courses and taking home cold
hard cash.


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Copy of your College Transcript(s)
Copy of your Statement of Status of Eligibility (if a-lab)
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On-site program personnel to answer questions about
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Scholarship information
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Elementary Sdhool's Partners In Print Celebration.


Partners In Print
For the past six weeks, Dillard
Street Elementary has been hosting
the Partners In Print Program. This is
a program developed to foster a three-
way partnership between parents,
teachers and children that helps chil-
dren learn and develop to their full po-
tential.
Families in kindergarten and first
grade were invited to attend a series
of five parent workshops and a cele-
bration to culminate the program.
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parents can be actively involved in
helping their children learn to read.
Parents attended the workshops
with their child. Once a skill/activity
was presented, the parents were able
to put what they learned into practice
with their own child. As an incentive for
attending, the participating families
received a 20-book library for their
child.
Partners in Education
The school would like to thank the
Learning Tree of Orlando and Tratto-
ria D' Urbino for being great Partners


in Education. The community is asked
to support these generous business-
es.
Mark the calendar
There will be Fall Festival at Health
Central Park on Saturday, Nov. 11,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The DSES PTA
will sponsor a theme basket silent
auction. Proceeds from the auction
will benefit the School Nurse Program.
Friday, Nov. 17, progress reports
will be sent home with students.
There will be no school on Thursday
and Friday, Nov. 23-24, due to the
Thanksgiving holiday.


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Fall Festival
Victory Christian Academy will host its
sixth annual Fall Festival on Saturday,
Nov. 11. The school is located at 1601
A.D. Mims Road in Ocoee. The public is


invited.
The festival will feature carnival games,
dunk tank, bake sale, inflatable playrooms,
obstacle course, parade, Gators vs. Semi-
noles tug-of-war, food and a yard sale.


Wristbands for unlimited play are $15,.
or individual tickets can be purchased for
50 cents.
The parade begins at 10 a.m. at the
Jim Beech Recreation Center.


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Mrs. Hudson's 3rd-grade class at Calvary Christian School participated in a log cabin project. The 1st-
place winner was Alex Mauger.


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
reunion, and volunteers are needed.
Contact Allison Butler Painter at 407-
877-0930 or
ALPainter68@yahoo.com or Donny
Burns at 407-654-1375 or
Dbumsinc@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.

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. For details, call
407-656-3113.

Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange County Head Start pro-
gram is enrolling preschoolers ages
3-5. Parents can register at 407-654-
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gional representative, visited Holy Family Catholic School to recognize
its academic excellence and present the 2006 Blue Ribbon School
Award to Sr. Dorothy Sayers, principal.


Blue Ribbon School Award
Lavin Gartland of the U.S. Depart-
ment of Education recently visited Hojy
Family Catholic School to present the
2006 Blue Ribbon School Award to
Principal Dorothy Sayers.
The school's dedication to nurture
the development of each child's high-


est academic potential has proven suc-
cessful with standardized test scores in
math and reading in the top 10 percent
nationwide.
These scores, along with a strong
academic program and the positive in-
fluence of the faculty, have earned Holy
Family the Blue Ribbon School Award.


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Chain of Lakes Middle School. She was honored recently at a faculty
meeting and received a certificate from Principal Carol Kindt. Reed will
now compete in the district competition.


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The Family Christian School 7th-graders show their spirit for the 3rd annual FCS triathlon. Pictured are (I-
r): (top row) Chase Countryman, Parker Jones, Alex Karimipour and Andrew Mogg; and (bottom row) Court-
ney Scott, Jenna Bell, Bobby Estrada, Keith Comtois, Tim Schiller, Daniel Halteman, Austin Pickens and
Dylan Knapp.


CFWL sponsoring Path To Scholarship seminar on Nov. 14
The Central Florida Women's League is invited to attend. McBride has pub-
will host its third annual seminar Path lished a workbook to aid in securing
To Scholarship seminar on Tuesday, scholarships, and it will be available for
Nov. 14, from 7-9 p.m. at West Orange purchase.
High School. June McBride will lead Refreshments will be served. For de-
the free workshop, and the community tails, call Sue Goodwin at 407-876-5922.
West Orange High School Advisory Council meeting
Parents and community members Orange High School at 5 p.m. in
are invited to attend the School Ad- the media center on Tuesday, Nov.
visory Council meeting for West 7.


On Oct. 24, Children of the Messiah Preschool had its annual Parents' Night. The families and preschool
students enjoyed plenty of pizza and ice cream. Pictured are Jett and Nash Adkins with their grandmoth-
er, Mary Brooks.


West Orange VFW Post 4305 Ladies Auxiliary to hold 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, acrylic, pen-and-ink or oil may be used. Digital art
may be submitted but must be on paper or canvas. No discs will be accepted.
Canvas entries are to be on stretcher frames; other entries must be matted on white. Artwork should be no smaller than 8 by 10 inches but no larg-
er 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.


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Entertainment


Three Dr. Phillips High graduates were honored earlier this year when
they were inducted into the Hall of Fame by the DP Visual and Per-
forming Arts Theater Magnet Program. Pictured are (1-r); Wayne Brady,
Susan Vargo, Karen Rugerio (director) and Joey Fatone.

DPHS theater presents 'Assassins' Nov. 9-11


The Dr. Phillips High Theater Mag-
net will present Stephen Sondheim's
Assassins Nov. 9-11 at 7 p.m. at the
DPHS Performing Arts Center on
Turkey Lake Road.
The dark musical goes deep into an
exploration of the lives and thoughts
of assassins from American's past -
from John Wilkes Booth to Harvey Lee
Oswald. It takes the audience along to
explore 'the corruption of the Ameri-
can dream and the twisted pursuit of
happiness -"the muffled drums, the
muffled dreams."
The play challenges audiences to ex-
amine their own lives in an all-too-of-
ten dangerous and often chaotic world.
DP Thespians performed Shake-
speare's The Tempest in early Octo-
ber. Director Karen Rugerio installed
a tide pool, complete with waterfall on
the stage for the production. The tech
crew of experienced students installed
two trap doors and a fly system, which


enabled "magical spirits" to fly over
the ensemble's heads. The show also in-
cluded stilt-walking goddesses and
nymphs, and actors trained with fight
choreographer Jim MacClellon to add
intensity to the scenes of conflict.
This summer DPHS theater students
were the only Florida school invited to
perform in Edinburgh, Scotland, at the
International Fringe Festival, where
they presented Seussical The Musical.
Rugerio recently learned that she is
being awarded the Lifetime Achieve-
ment Award by the Florida Theatre
Conference. Her students have gone
on to study at Juilliard, New York Uni-
versity, North Carolina School of the
Arts, DePaul University, Boston Uni-
versity and many other distinguished
schools. Also, the 28 drama students
in the 2006 graduating class earned
more than 1.6 million dollars in schol-
arship offers.
For details, call 407-355-3293.


Festival of Trees at OMA runs Nov. 11-19


Experience the festive sights and
sounds of the 20th anniversary of the
Festival of Trees at the Orlando Mu-
seum of Art Nov. 11-19. For nine
days the museum is transformed into
a glittering holiday wonderland.
" The heart of the event is a collec-
tion of trees, full-scale holiday vi-
gnettes and gingerbread creations -
11 decorated by local designers.
, Children can walk through Can-
Oyland and make crafts,, play games
and even e-mail Santa. The Festival
Caf6 will be serving tasty treats and


lunches, also.
Special events at the Festival of
Trees include the Patron's Gala, a
black-tie affair on Nov. 10; the Rein-
deer Romp, a fun Santa meet-and-
greet for the.young and the young-
at-heart on Nov. 16; and a Holiday
Jazz Stroll on Nov. 17.
General admission is $10 for adults
and $6 for children. Parking is $3.
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.


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

'Sculpture: Art in the
Round' at OMA
this Thursday night
Central Florida artists will carve,
chisel, cast, mold and shape works to
create a unique show at the Orlan-
do Museum of Art's next I" Thurs-
day event with "Sculpture: Art in the
Round." The event runs from 6-9
p.m. this Thursday.
Poetry readings by the Orlando
Poetry Troupe, the jazz sounds of
the Michael Petrovich Duo and food
and drink will also be part of the
evening.
Admission to 1" Thursdays is free
for museum members and $9 for
non-members.
For more information, call 407-
896-4231, Ext. 260, or visit
www.OMArt.org.

Montverde Day
Festival is Saturday
Everyone is invited to the 27th
Annual Montverde Day Festival this
Saturday, Nov. 4, beginning at 8
a.m.
The festival will feature a pro-
fessional Bluegrass band and local
country music artist Rob Nichols,
the Orlando Cloggers, the Astatula
Elementary School for the Arts
"Strummin' Cats" and other local
talent. There will be an old fash-
ioned midway with games for kids
of all ages.
Pony and carriage rides and bar-
gains galore will be available. The
dunk tank will give everyone a
chance at dunking some of the
town's most controversial figures.
Anyone wishing to participate as
a vendor or work as a volunteer for
the event should visit Town Hall or
call Troy Bennett, chairman, at 407-
469-3340.
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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 Su-
per Soap Weekend Nov. 11-12 at Dis-
ney-MGM Studios. There will be a spe-
cial guest appearance by The View's
newest co-host, Rosie O'Donnell.
Festivities include celebrity motor-
cades, autograph sessions, talk shows
and interviews. The Colgate Total Street
Jam will close the event each day with
live musical performances by some fa-
vorite daytime stars.
Jon Secada will close the Eat to the
Beat! Concert Series Nov. 9-12 at Ep-
cot's International Food and Wine Fes-
tival. The Cuban-born singer and song-
writer 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-
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Participants, who are honorees from art
festivals around the United States, will
vie for awards totaling $40,000 in 10
categories. The weekend will also fea-
ture 40 folk artists, live musical enter-
tainment, chalk art and children's ac-
tivities.
"The Admiral" former Naval
Academy and National Basketball As-
sociation star David Robinson will
launch Disney's holiday tradition, the
Candlelight Processional, as guest nar-
rator Nov. 24-26 at Epcot. This retelling
of the Christmas story in narration will
be complemented by music performed
by a 50-piece orchestra and mass choir.
Other narrators include John O'Hurley
and Rita Moreno.
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Par-
ty begins Nov. 13 in the Magic King-
dom. There are carolers, cocoa, Christ-
mas 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 details, call 407-W-DISNEY.


Music at the Morse
on Friday nights
Beginning this Friday, Nov.
3, the Morse Museum of
American Art will have live
music in its galleries each Fri-
day evening through March.
Admission is free.
The music programs will run
from 5-8 p.m. and will include
not only classical 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 hammered dul-
cimer, Beautiful Music (a
string and flute trio) and
Bizarre Quartet (a jazz group)
will be playing.
For a listing of performances
through March, visit
www.morsemuseum.org.


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Email: adiertising@wotimes.com


010,
ANNOUNCEMENTS

$0 DOWN HOMES Gov't &
Bank Foreclosures! Low or no
down! No credit OK! Call Now!
(800)749-2905. f2

What Destroys Relationships?
Answer pg 446 Buy and Read
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Send $8.00 to: Hubbard Dianet-
ics Foundation, 3102 N. Habana
Ave., Tampa FL 33607
(813)872-0722. f2

MONEY TO LEND Residen-
tial/Investors/Commercial Refi-
nance Your Adjustable SAVE
$$$$$ Bankruptcy, Turndowns,
Stop Foreclosures 1% Available
Call Direct Lending Partners
(866)459-2606 f2


035
'' Schools and
Instruction

Your accredited High School
Diploma in 30-days or less. No
classes. FREE evaluation.
www.FinishHighSchool.com
(866)290-6596. f2

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
from Home. *Medical, *Busi-
ness, *Paralegal, *Computers
*Criminal Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer provided.
Financial Aid if qualified. Call
(866)858-2121 www.online-
TidewaterTech.com. F2

Childcare in my home Monday-
Friday registered infant-5
Preschool work 15 yrs experi-
ence. References available 407-
641-4278 11/2,11/09.

Preschool In Home. Opening for
two.(Ages2-6).17+ years home
school teaching.(Phonics)407-
905-9893. 11/02.

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


050
HEALTH/DIET
& BEAUTY


don't wait for the New Year!
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040.
O Business
4Opportunities


Qualified Hurricane Shutters
Distributors wanted immediate-
ly. Contact: tinfo@ehurri-
caneshutters.com (3.05)322-
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Shutters Accordian Shutters.
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Battery Exam, Find Out How!
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f2

Earn Up to $550 WEEKLY
Working through the govern-
ment PT No Experience. Call
Today!! (800)488-2921 Ask for
Department W21. f2

Drivers-OTR, New Pay Pack-
age! Excellent Benefits! $2000
Sign-On Bonus! CDL-A, 2yrs
exp, DOT Physical/Drug Screen.
Purdy Brothers Trucking. 800-
745-7290. 11/23

AMERICA'S DRIVING
ACADEMY Start your driving
career today! Offering courses
in CDL A. Low tuition fee!
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Salespeople Needed Top- 10
Salespersons Averaged $66,000
in the Last 12 Months! Experi-
ence in Yellow-Page or Phone
Book Cover Sales is Helpful.
Travel is Necessary. (800)600-
6200 (Sunday Calls Accepted.)
f2

Driver- ACT NOW...Hiring
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$4,000 in bonuses your 1st year
*New Equipment *Premium
Pay Package *No HazMat Re-
quired -Call (877)882-6537-
Oakley Transport, We care
about our drivers! f2

0/0 Driver The F/S is higher
here! Zero down lease/low pay-
ments. $1.11 Avg. $2,000 Pro-
ductivity Bonus $2,600 Refer-
ral Bonus. Base Plate provided.
FFE (800)569-9298. f2

DRIVER: 'OU WANT IT, WE
HAVE IT! Solo, teams, owner
operators, company drivers, stu-
dents, recent grads, regional,
dedicated, long haul. Van,
flatbed. Must be 21. CRST Ca-
reer Center. (800)940-2778,
www.driveforcrst.com. f2

We're raising pay for Florida re-
gional drivers! Home every
weekend! Home during the
week! Solid weekly miles! 95%
no touch! Preplanned freight!
$.43 per mile, hometime, mon-
ey & more! Heartland Express
(800)441-4953 www.heartland-
express.com. f2

Drivers-Car hauling career.
GREAT HOME TIME! Excep-
tional Pay & Benefits! Paid
Training! Min. 1 yr. Class-A
CDL exp. req. THE WAG-
GONERS TRUCKING
(912)571-9668 OR (866)413-
3074.f2

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
Do you earn $800/day? 30 Ma-
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Recreation Leader
Bldg. Inspector I & II

SBldg. Maintenance III

4 Collection Field Tech 1
SChief 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
S online at www.cwgdn.com or apply in person at

SCity Hall 251
W. Plant St.. Winter Garden, FL 34787
The1 C1l, Ot' rk, C.dCJdl ,' .pU o.rui O'pp..'Hr.ru17r employer.




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


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


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


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


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will not be undersold! f2

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Satellite Internet business. Low
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or WWW.CARIBWEB-
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NO BULL, THIS IS A.FAST
TRACK! I'll show you how I
make $3,000 weekly from any
location. No MLM, NO Lies.
Call: (888)657-8461. f2

DATA ENTRY! Work From
Anywhere. Flexible Hours. Per-
sonal Computer Required. Ex-
cellent Career Opportunity. Se-
rious Inquiries Only (800)344-
9636 Ext. 700. f2

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mote health and wellness...Dis-
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compensation plan. Visit
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090
MISCELLANEOUS

Demo Homesites Wanted Now!
In selected areas! For the New
Kayak Pool The above ground
pool with inground features.
Save $ with this unique oppor-
tunity. Free Estimates/FAST IN-
STALLATION/EZ Financing.
Call (866)348-7560. f2

DIVORCE$275-$350*COVERS
children, etc. Only one signature
required! *Excludes govt. fees!
Call weekdays (800)462-2000,
ext600. (8am-6pm) AltaDivorce,
LLC. Established 1977. F2


ADOPTION A nurturing fami-
ly seeks to adopt an infant to love
and cherish, We are financially
secure to provide a promising
future. Please call Christine and
David at (888)322-0924.
#1704154 f2

Personalized Letters from San-
ta! If you are interested in hav-
ing a personalized letter from
Santa sent to your child, post-
marked from Christmas, Fl.
Please call Debbie for an order
form. $5 per letter. 11/16







105
Domestic

Help Wanted, Domestic. Per-
sonal Aid, Housekeeper for se-
nior couple. Live Off. Full or
part time. Good pay, Respect,
Happy time. 407-876-2403.11/2

Need extra money for the holi-
days? Clean homes profession-
ally 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 407-877-7738. 11/23.


110
Crafts/Skills/
Trade

Diesel Mechanic $18/hr + ben-
efits to start for Exp with truck,
forklift, trailers, tractors 407-
656-9762. 11723

Custom Woodworker/Part Time:
We are looking for a Part Time
Experienced custom wood fab-


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NOW INTERVIEWING FOR
HOLIDAY SALES ASSOCIATES
WEST OAKS MALL
$9 to $11 + Bonus
PT 10-30 hrs/wk
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.

1-800-466-4527 or visit
www.glassgallery.net


ricator for a Winter Garden full
service custom shop. Candidates
must have extensive wood-
working experience and be a
high end fit and finish carpen-
ter; with outstanding attention
to detail when building custom
pieces. Need to be able to use a
CNC table saw; along with
many other commercial wood-
working tools. Flexible hours -
please fax resumes to 407-386-
3185. 11/2, 11/9

EXP. CLASS A drivers. In state
food service delivery. Sun/Fri.
nights. Lifting required. Food
service or beverage exp. a plus.
$500 signing bonus. Accuracy
bonus, 401k, pd. holidays & va-
cations. Call Nicole'@ Kelly
Foods, Winter Garden. 407/654-
0500. tfnkf

HEAVY TOW-TRUCK opera-
tor. Experience req'd. Class A
CDL required. Apply in person.
500 Wilmer Ave. tfnjw

GROWERS NEEDED: Seeking
self-motivated, responsible in-
dividuals for growing positions.
Involves all aspects of potted fo-
liage production: watering,fer-
tilization,chemical application
and quality control. Experience
preferred but not required.407-
886-3434 11/02

LAWN MAINTENANCE
FOREMAN NEEDED 3 YRS
EXP PREF. FULL TIME
DRIVERS LICENSE A MUST.
GOOD PAY. CALL 407-947-
949611/2


AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for high paying Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA ap-
proved program. Financial aid
if qualified Job placement as-
sistance. CALL Aviation Insti-
tute of Maintenance (888)349-
5387. F2

DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL re-
quired. Apply in person: John-
son's Wrecker Service, 500
Wilmer Ave. Orlando. No phone
calls, tfnjw

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

CARPENTERS & HELPERS.
Steady work in W. Orange area.
Transportation Available. Call
407-579-9277. fk 11/02.


120
Labor

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

NEEDED IMMEDIATELY:
Landscape Maintenance Equip-
ment Operators & General la-
bor. $10.50 to start with at least
lyr. Exp. 40 hrs/wk all year.
Other benefits. No drugs, alco-
hol or smokers.
GROUNDTEK,862 MAQUIRE
RD, OCOEE. 407-877-7473.11/


130
Medical

Ortho Asst: Dental experience
preferred, Must work well with
others with an upbeat personal-
ity. Generous benefits package
available with salary range
$12.00-$18.00 Fax resume: 407-
909-0019.11/16

LICENSED PRACTICAL
NURSE:Immediate opening 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 DIRECTOR:
Immediate opening in upscale
Assisted Living Facility to man-
age the overall food, dining ser-
vice and staff. Minimum of two
years experience as a chef or
FSD. CDM preferred. Apply in
person at 80 N. Clarke Road,
ocoee or fax resume to 407-299-
2185.11/2


140
Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

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

VENDING ATTENDANT to
fill & service. Deli Cook,
Cashier, good pay. Mon.-Thurs.
Food service at Auto Auction.


155
HEALTH &
BEAUTY

Stylists with clientele, booth
rental, Ocoee, $125 wk, owner
change, Diana at 407-702-5977.
11/9.

SUDDENLY SLIM...A New
You in 10 Days! You won't be-
lieve weight loss can be this
easy! Free Seninar Sunday, Oct.
29,2-4:00pm at Sand Lake Hos-
pital, 9400 Turkey Lake Road,
Orl., Classroom 2. RSVP 407-
341-1073. 11/16


160
General
Employment

State Farm-Start in November.
Currently hiring for new agency.
Experience not necessary, but a
plus. 8:30-5, M-F. 9-12 Sat. Cor-
ner of 535 and Tilden.
Phone:407-654-4203 or Fax Re-
sume: 407-654-4248. 11/16

INSIDE SALES POSITION. A
Winter Garden manufacturer/
distributor who markets locally
and across the country to other
distributors, OEM's and compa-
ny consumers. Contact prospects
by phone and e-mail. A profes-
sional business phone presence
and computer skills are needed.
This can be a position for a new
sales person, a part timer or a
seasoned professional. My busi-
ness is growing and I require one
responsible individual to help
this company grow. your income
will have a base plus be reflec-
tive of the business growth. Will
train the right person. Call
407/654-5451. 11/2

Established EYE HEALTH
CLINIC has (2) positions avail-
able. Medical Work-up Techni-
cian and Optical Specialist. Will
train. Good Pay with Excellent
Benefits and Flexible Hours.
Please call Jerome at: 407-656-
3755. 11/16

Family Service Counselor sales
position, Woodlawn Funeral
home and Cemetery is seeking 2
individuals to join our staff to
assist Client families with their
cemetery arrangements. These
are full time positions. Hourly
base pay and quality bonus pro-
gram. Medical, Dental, 401K,
and paid vacation. Please email
resumes to davis8@charter.net.
POC: Richard W. Davis (407)-
293-136.1.11/9


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Extra Space Storage is seeking
Full-Time and Part-Time Assis-
tant Managers/Sales Associates
in Ocoee and Orlando. Bonus,
benefits, and 401K. No storage
experience needed. Retail, cus-
tomer service, or sales experi-
ence a plus. Email resume to
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The City of Winter Garden is
now hiring F/T recreation lead-
er and other positions. For a full
list visit us on line at
www.cwgdn.com or apply in
person at City Hall, 251 W. Plant
Street, Winter Garden, Fl 34787.
n/c11/2

CHILDCARE WORKER: Lo-
cal Christian ministry is seeking
a part time Childcare worker for
elementary age children from 3
pm to 6 pm. Drivers license and
ability to drive 15-passenger van.
Drug test and background
screening required. Call 407-
656-6678. ????

PRE-SET APPTS. EARN
$100K + comm./yr. $0 premi-
um programs & other competi-
tive niche products in Senior
market. NEED Health & Life
Insurance License. (877)225-
5533. f2

MAINTENANCE WORKER:
Local Christian ministry is seek-
ing a part time maintenance
worker from 9am to 2pm.
Heavy lifting and drivers license
required. Drug test and back-
ground screening paid for by
employer. Call 407-656-6678
11/2.

We are an affiliate of Service
Corporation International, the
largest provider of funeral and
cemetery services in North
America. We have career op-
portunities waiting for motivat-
ed individuals.

We are currently seeking a Part
Time weekend Clerk to provide
administrative support and, assis-
tance. Position duties include, but
are not limited to the following:
Greet customers during normal
business hours and visitations. An-
swer and direct phone calls
promptly and courteously. Filing.
Typing/Computer. Assist with all
office related duties. Job Require-
ments/Qualifications: Computer
knowledge (Windows, MS Of-
fice). Basic accounting knowledge.
Previous Funeral Home experi-
ence preferred, but not required.
Excellent customer service and
communication skills. Compas-
sionate, sincere. Resumes may be
e-mailed to: William.Vail@sci-
us.com orfaxed to: (407) 877.7403
Atn:: William M. Vail, Jr. Equal
Opportunity Employer,
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$2,900 Weekly Guaranteed! Ad-
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time. Free postage/supplies. No
experience necessary!! Start im-
mediately, write A&G Publica-
tions, 2370-G Ilillcrest Rd.
#147-11, Mobile, AL 36695.12

TEAMS NEEDED. Home
weekly. Class A-CDL w/HAZ-
MAT. TOP PAY & BENEFITS.
(800)428-0678. www.Armnelli-
ni.com. 12

Looking for CDL driver, deliv-
ery for frozen dessert manufac-
turer, good hours, good pay,
please call 407-296-0044. 11/2

Assistant Manager, ENER-
GETIC,Retail, Exper req. full
time. Salary & Bonus. 407-963-
9105 11/9

Sign Holders Energetic $8.50
per hr Fri, Sat & Sun till X-mas.
407-293-4600. 11/9

Ocoee Pet Supply Store seeking
full and part time retail sales as-
sociates. Must have reliable
transportation and must be able
to consistently lift 40 pounds.
Looking for responsible, self-di-
rected employees who have or
have had pets and have an in-
terest in learning about animal
health products and food. Work
schedule includes Saturdays.
Please fax 407-622-7388 or
email pookiesbwb@earth-
link,net resume. 11/9

Courtyard by Marriott in Ococc
is hiring for the following posi-
lions: Maintenance Worker.
Must have good organizational
skills and previous building
maintenance required. Guest
room attendant. Good pay, ben-
efits & work environment, flex-
ible work schedule, 401 (k),
health & dental. Apply in per-
son at West Colonial Drive just
east of FL Turnpike in Ocoee.
Call 407-573-1010 for informa-
tion. EOE/HIV/M/FD. 11/9

MUSIC STORE FT salcs/svc
in retail music shop. Exp pref.
pver 21, mgmt. potential. Re-
sume to Garden Music, 40 S.
Main St., Winter Garden, 34787.
No calls please. 11/02

GROWERS NEEDED: Seeking
self-motivated, responsible in-
fiividuals for growing positions.
Involves all aspects of potted fo-
liage production: watering,fer-
tilization,chemical application
and quality control. Experience
preferred but not required.407-
886-3434. 11/02

Grow your career by Leaps and
Bounds!! Now interviewing
teachers and teacher assistants.
CDA or CDA track preferred.
Excellent pay and benefits, with


ro10mn to grow. Call 407-808-
3513. 1 1/30

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPER-
ATOR TRAINING FOR EM-
PLOYMENT: Bulldozers,
Backhoes, Loaders. Dump
Trucks, Graders, Scrapers, Ex-
cavators; National Certification,
Job Placement Assistance; As-
sociated Training Services
(800)251-3274 www.cquip-
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Heavy Equipment Operator
CERTIFIED. Hands on Train-
ing. Job Placement Assistance.
Call Toll Free (866)933-1575.
ASSOCIATED TRAINING
SERVICES, 5177 Homosassa
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Part-Time

Part time Admin/Asst 30 Hrs
Weekly for Appraiser/Insurance
Office, Good Phone Skills and
Computer Experience a Must.
M-F,9-3,Flexible Hours. $12.00
Hr. 407-578-6772 or Fax 407-
578-1552. 11/9


170
Employment
Wanted

HOME HEALTHCARE I am
seeking a position for the Elderly
or Handicap Home Care in the
Ococc, Windermere, Winter
Garden Area. I will assist with
basic grooming, cooking, clean-
ing, laundry, shopping etc. Day-
time or Evening Shift. I am Basi
Life Support and CPR Certified
with experience. $1600/mo.
Please call Jan 407-656-0351.






200
Items for Sale

Electric Stove w/Grill, rotisserie,
griddle. Set In. $100.00, Dish-
washer, Set In. $50.00. 407-656-
0301. 11/2

CORRUGATED STEEL
ROOFING for Barns, Boat
Docks, Shops, etc. also culvert
Pipe: 15"x 20', 18" x 20'. surplus
steel & Supply, Inc.itfnss.

REDUCED!!! RUG. INDIAN
KASHAN Oriental. 12' x 18'
New, never used. Handmade.
New Zealand wool. Ivory w/blue
& pink pastel flower pattern.
$1900. MUST SELL MAKE


ANY REASONABLE OFFER.
407-654-7718 Ifjljd.

SPECIAL BUILDING
SALE..."DON'T MISS IT!"
2006 delivery or deposit holds
till spring. 25'x40'x14' $5800.
40'x60'x16' $12,800. Front end
optional. Other sizes available.
Pioneer. (800)668-5422. f2

HAD A GARAGE SALE LAST
WEEKEND SOME ITEMS
THAT ARE LEFT TO BE
SOLD ARE THE FOLLOW-
ING: COMPLETE GE APPLI-
ANCE PACKAGE INCLUDES
STOVE WITH BUILT IN
GRILL, SELF CLEANING
OVEN, MCIROWAVE, AND
DISHWASHER $200. ITEMS
CAN BE SOLD SEPARATE-
LY FOR DIFFERENT PRIC-
ING. LARGE UPRIGHT
FREEZER $50. cLOTHING:
CHILDREN ALL SIZES IN
GIRLS/BOYS & TEENS,
MENS ALL SIZES, AND
LADIES ALL SIZES FROM 2
TO 26w.JEANS, PANT SUITS,
DRESSES, SWIMSUITS, LIN-
GERIE. IF YOU WOULD
LIKE A NEW WARDROBE
CALL ME! BEDROOM FUR-
NITURE- PECAN WOOD,
ARMOIRE HAS 5 DRAWERS,
TRIPLE DRESSES WITH 12
DRAWERS AND 2 MIRROS
W/NIGHTSTAND, AND OTH-
ER FURNITURE. IF INTER-
ESTED CALL SHERRI WISE
AT 407-656-5125 OR 407-963-
0486 TO SET UP TIMES.
LEAVE MESSAGE IF NOT
AVAILABLE, WILL CALL
PACK ASAP. 11/2

METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Buy Direct From Manufacturer. 20
colors in stock with all Acces-
sories. Quick turn around! De-
livery Available (352)498-0778
Toll Free (888)393-0335. f2

STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory
Deals. Save $$$. 40 x 60' to 100
x 200'. Ex: 50 x 100 x 12' =
$3.60/sq ft. (800)658-2885.
www.rigidbuilding.com.f2

16 ft BASS BOAT, 85 hp, Mer-
cury, Trailer, Trolly, Motor,
$2,500,407-579-5728. 11/2.

Queen size ortho pillow top set
w/warranty. $160. Brand new
and still in plastic 352-394-3593.
11/23

BED 100% ALL NEW in plas-
tic, name brand King pillow-top
set. Delivery Available @220.
407-423-1202. 11/09

BED $150, ABSOLUTE bar-
gain. New queen, pillow-top
mattress set. In plastic. Warran-
ty, Delivery Available. 407-287-
2619.11/09


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

Memory-Foam Mattress Set.
Brand new w/warranty. $495.00
Can deliver. 321-663-3831.
11/23

Hot Tub-$1795 LOADED!!
Brand new with therapy jets,
bucket seats, cup-holders,fibre-
optic waterfall. Custom digital
balboa controls. Still in crate
w/warranty. Can deliver. 352-
394-5813. 11/23

Love Seat for Sale. Excellent
Condition. Hunter Green. $75.00
Call: 407-656-5991. 11/2

Mattress Set-$220 All new king
3 pc. Ortho Pillowtop set w/war-
ranty. Never Used. Can deliver
if needed. 352-394-4372. 11/23

Beautiful Antique Cherry con-
sole (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.
tfinrb

BED-$120-Brand new with war-
ranty (never used) full size or-
tho mattress set-still in plastic
can deliver -352-394-5813.
11/23.

Pool table-Brand new, Gorgeous
8' all-wood table. I" Italian slate,
leather pockets, nicely carved
legs. Still in crate. Cost $4500,
sacrifice for $1350. Delivery and
set-up available. 352-394-3279
11/23


JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing
SCRAP
BATTERIES
500 EACH

510 E. HWY 50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588


Bedroom Set- GORGEOUS
Louis Phillippe Sleigh Bed, hb,
fb, rails, dresser, mirror, chest,
and night stand in beautiful cher-
ry wood. Never used. Sells for
4,000. Sacrifice for $1,395. 352-
394-4372. 11/23


Leather Sola: Love Seat-Brand
new $795. 352-394-3593 11/23


240
Garage/Yard
Sale


Garage sale, Friday and Satur-
day, November 3rd and 4th,
7AM-Noon, 516 North Dillard
Street. 11/2

Garage Sale Sat Nov 4th, 1574
Coluso Drive, Winter Garden,
Furniture, Misc. Household
items, 4 wheeler, clothes, etc.
11/2

Huge Multi-Family Sale, Sat.
Nov. 4th, 8am-lpm, 214 N.
Woodland St., Winter Garden,
A little bit of everything. 11/2

SAT. ONLY, Nov. 4th, 7:30-
3:00pm, 1647 Spring Ridge Cir-
cle. Crown Point Springs Sub.
Lots of Baby Items, Plus Size
Women & Men's, and Misc
Items. 11/2

MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
SALE: 1508 Coluso Drive, Tea
Cup area, Winter Garden, Key-
board, Christmas Items, Misc.
Sat Nov 4tl, 7-3:0pmn. 11/2_

GARAGE SALE: 2 Family +;
Furniture, Clothes, Lots of
Misc., 1035 Chase Dr., Winter
Garden; Sat. 11/4, 8a.m. 11/2

Multi Family Garage Sale. Sat.
Nov. 4th, 8-1:00pm, Gylnshel
Dr., Stone Crest Subdivision, off
535. Collectibles & Misc Items.
11/2,

Community Garage Sale, Win-
ter Garden Tuscany Subdivision,
Off of Fullers Cross Road, Sat.
Nov. 4.9-2:00 pm 11/2

Yard Sale: 1255 Fullers Cross
Road, Winter Garden.
Sat.,Nov.4th. 7-12:00pm.
Household Misc.,Quality Cloth-
ing. 11/2

Garage Sale-trying to raise mon-
ey to go to Africa on a Missions
Trip. 110 Magnolia St, Ocoee,
Fl 34761. Furniture, Clothes,
Baby Stuff. Come over and help
us out. 11/10-11/11. Sunrise to
Afternoon. 11/2, 11/9

YARD SALE: Fri. and Sat. 9-
3pm. 6949 Log Jam Ct.,Sawmill
Sub, Ocoee. 11/2

MOVING SALE: Nov 3rd &
4th. 8-12. Orange Tree Mobile
Home Park. Lot 108. Off of Park
Ave. 11/2


ESTATE SALE: Sat., Nov. 4th,
8-2pm. 579 Ridgcwood Dr,
Windermere. 11/2

ATTENTION: ISLEWORTH,
WINDERMERE, KEENES
POINTE, BAY HILL. I need a
large home. Complete Dining
Room Suit made from Stanley
Furniture. Montreaux Style, Col-
or Pecan Ash Antique White
Wash, 2 1/2 yrs. old purchased
from Hudson Furniture in
Ocoec. Purchase price new is
$7,500, verified by Cindy. In-
cludes 2 leaves, 4 Chairs, Light-
ed Hutch with Glass Shelves,
lots of doors and drawers. $5,000
(1/2 will go to West Orange
American 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. 11/2

WINTERMERE HARBOR
COMMUNITY GARAGE
SALE. Saturday, November 4th,
8a.m. Ip.m. Multi family.
South on 535 from Rt. 50. 11/2

Winter Garden Westfield Com-
munity Garage Sale. Multi
Homes. Sat. Nov 4th, 8 to 1pm.
Follow Signs. Near Roper
YMCA/WOHS. 11/2

RUMMAGE AND PLANT
SALE Breakfast to support
Hope Charter and Legacy High
School. Saturday November4th.
Will be held at school grounds,
1550 East Crown Point Road
from 8am-lpm on November
4th. All proceedes will benefit
the schools. Call 407-656-4673
with any questions.11/2

Multi-family Yard Sale Oct. 28,
8-2. 1 mile from Colonial up
Good Homes. Follow signs. 11/2

Multi Family Sale. SAT
Nov.4th. 8am-2pm. 2465 Grand
Poplar St. Prairie Lake subdv.
off Clarke Rd. Ocoee. Furniture,
Clothes, household items and
more! 11/2

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


280
ITEMS WANTED


WANTED TO BUY: Trailor
Hitch Mounted Carrier for Elec-
tric Scooter Call Business
Phone: 407-701-4018. 11/2

OLD GUITARS WANTED!
Fender, Gibson; Gretsch, Mar-


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300
Animals for Sale

DACHSHAUND mini, beautiful
red male, 1-year-old. Very love-
able. Must see to appreciate.
$250, O.B.O. 407-654-8188.
11/9


340
Free to Good
Home

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

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



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400
Auto For Sale


1986 OLDSMOBILE 442, good
condition, cold air, V*, uner
100,000 miles original, new
rims. 47,000 O>B>O> 407-758-
8176. or 321-695-2978. tfns

1970 Volkswagen Beetle. Good
Cond. Re-Built Engine. $3,500.
407-832-1826. 11/9

410
Accessories

430
Trucks & Vans

1987 Dodge D150 ShortBed
2WD 225 Slant 6 cyl. Looks and
Runs OK, Need to sell ASAP.
$1250 OBO 321-439-0240. Be-
fore 5 PM. 11/2






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ences. Ask for Lilly. 407-443-
1409. 11/9.


585
Misc.

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Your Rights Now! Criminal...
Personal Injury... Bankruptcy...
Divorce.. Labor Law.. Hurt.. Ha-
rassed.. Job.. Immigration...
Wills. ALL LEGAL MATTERS
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vice Private Trial Lawyers
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5342. f2

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klers repaired, experience with
references, ask to John 407-443-
1409.11/9.


560
Home
Improvement

REPAIR, REMODEL, RENO-
VATIONS & installation ser-
vices. Call Handyroo's. Li-
censed/Insured. 407-340-1719
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a unique no-cage facility
daycare and
overnight boarding
(407) 654-8885
7W. S.Vielnd Rd.
Winter Garden, 34787




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Exclusive Agent
Allstate Insurance Company
l. 440 N. Dillard St.
A/lil.ralU 4 Winter Garden, FL 34787
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Custom Landscape Borders

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Shawn Hudson 352-429-8961
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600
Homes for Rent


HOME FOR RENT: Winter
Garden 3/2 Family Room, Shop
Building, Stove, Refrig., Dish-
washer. $1,000 Net per month.
Plus $1,075 Security. No Pets
407-399-1440. 11/2, 11/9.

HOME FOR RENT: Winter
Garden home, available imme-
diately, 3/2, in nice neighbor-
hood, $1600 p/month, $1,000
deposit. Please Call 407-353-
8986. 11/2

Two Story House, 2200 sq ft.,4
Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, Tile &
Berber throughout, 3 Car
Garage. 2 Blocks from Down-
town Winter Garden. Built 2004.
$1600 month. 407-905-0517.
11/2


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

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

AVAILABLE NOW!
3BR/2BA, 2 car garage, im-
-maculate condition in north
Winter Garden, 1500 month.
Drive by 149 Roper Drive call
Ouida @ 407-491-3000. 11/2


610
Condos and
Townhouses

Windtree Condo, upper unit with
2 bedroom, 2 baths, dishwash-
er, central a/c, and community
pool only $700.00 per month.
Call Land and Homes Real Es-
tate, Inc. (407) 877-2840. 11/2

WINTER GARDEN Southern
Pines, New 2/2 condo, Gat-
ed/Pool/Gym/Tennis/Indoor
Basketball, $995/mo. Hunters
Creek Properties. 407-826-0740
11/23.

Windermere: Brand New Lake
Side Condo, 2bd, 2bath, pool,
fitness. Phone 407-342-5284.
11/2

APARTMENT-FURNISHED.
4 Rooms, One Person Only,
Non-Smoker, No Pets, More De-
tails 407-656-5586.11/2.

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


620
Apartments &
Duplexes


Northside Winter Garden Up-
stairs Studio Apt. near W.O.
Trail & Donowno area. Adults
only-No Pets. 407-656-2556
11/2.

IBR/1BA Immaculate, Newer
Appliances, No Pets, Non-smok-
er, $550 per month. Call Jerome
407-376-8763. 11/16.

WINTER GARDEN APART-
MENTS 1/11. 584 West Bay St.,
Winter Garden. 407/656-
7860/phone. 407/656-7270/fax.
tduran I@mannausa.comn.
www.mannausa.com. 11/02


625
Rooms/
Efficiency

ROOM FOR RENT: in Winter
Garden. $103./wk, utilities in-.
eluded. In exchange for work,
reduced rent. Handyman. 407-
877-8992. 11/2

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


630
ROOMMATES

HOUSE MATE WANTED:
Share BEAUTIFUL 3 Bedroom,
2 Bath house on Lake Apopka,
Winter Garden. $625 a/month,
plus 1/2 utilities. Deposit Re-
quired. 407-666-5946. 11/9


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



Professional Office 2400 sq ft.
Newly Designed within Orange
County. Signature Realty Com-
mercial. Bill Pellatt. 407-810-
8880. wpellatt@srgmac.com
11/9

WINTER GARDEN OFFICE
space has reception area, 2 pri-
vate 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.

NOW OPEN & LEASING.(2)
1,500 sf warehouses and (1) of-
fice/warehouse 3000 sf in Win-
ter Garden. Call Rhonda Wind-
sor Realty @ 407-721-3306.
11/26tfn.

31 S. MAIN STREET. 2nd floor
office spaces avail. Starting @
$350 a month. 407/656-6420.
10/31tfncp


690
MOBILE HOME
FOR RENT

1 bedroom' mobile home in
country, electric, water and sew-
er free- screened patio, abso-
lutely no pets, $450.00 p/month,
Ocoee, single or couple, $200
deposit, one year lease 407-877-
8567.11/2


760
MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE

2001 DOUBLEWIDE FOR
SALE. 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath,
1650 sq feet. $15,000. 407-469-
3836 11/2

Believe This! 35'Park Model-
Refrigerator-A.C.,Needs Carpet.
"You Move" $1,000. Call Terry-
407-622-8505. 11/2


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


3/2 Large corner lot home for
sale in Ocoee. Open floor plan
newly remodeled w/granite
counter tops, stainless steel appl.,
wood floors, and much more up-
grades. Neighborhood is kid
friendly with great schools. Ask-
ing $235,500. Call 407-292-
2616(Benny) 11/16

HOME FOR SALE: Gorgeous
Country Home and Barn on 5
Acres!! 4/2, Fireplace, Sun-
decks, Handicap-Modified-RE-
DUCED 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
warranty, great schools, lots of
upgrades. $339,900. LUCK Re-
alty Group, Inc. 407-656-0404.
Hurry! FINAL OPEN HOUSE,
Sat. 10/21, 12 noon 5 pm.
Bring your best offer for sellers
consideration. Preview 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. Beautifual open kitchen
with granite counter tops. Mas-
ter bedroom with double clos-
ets, large bathroom with Jacuzzi
tub and shower.surround sound
throughout home. covered
porch, lanai, 2 car garage.
$1,800 monthly with 2-3 year
lease. Perfect for busy execu-
tive. 305-527-8377 lildocbak-
er02@bellsouth.net 11/02.

OCOEE/WINDERMERE 4/2,
hardwood floors, 1882 sf, large
scm patio, gated comm. Real-
tors Welcome,$333K, 407-929-
9115, web.mac.com/mickleton
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. Flatlanders Real-
ty Group LLC. 10/19

CYPRESS CHASE. BEST
VALUE IN POPULAR COM-
MUNITY. Windermere Elem.
5/3.5, pool, beautiful pond and
conservation views, $483K.
9137 Pecky Cypress Way. Call
407-761-8754 for appt. Flat-
landers Realty Group LLC.
10/19


710
Condos & Town-
houses For Sale

GORGEOUS 2/2 Condo Apart-
ment For Rent. Available now
in Beautiful Windtree Gardens,
Winter Garden. $800.00. Call
Jean 407-296-4166. 11/2

Windtree Gardens, 2/2 com-
pletely remodeled, new A/C,
musl)see, $145,000, 407-509-
4771. 11/9
Windtree Condo 2 bedroom, 2
bath, upper unit being sold "as
is" for 4129,000. Great starter
home, retirement home, or in-
vestment property at an afford-
able price. Call Land and
Homes'Real Estate, Inc. (407)


877-2840. 11/2.


720
Commercial

NOW OPEN & LEASING.(2)
1,500 sf warehouses and (1) of-
fice/warehouse 3000 sf in Win-
ter Garden. Call Rhonda Wind-
sor Realty @ 407-721-3306.
I1/09tfln.


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Waterfront


AUCTION-New NC Ocean
Front Duplex; Topsail Island
Surf City, NC. Saturday,
November 18, 2PM. Iron Horse
Auction Company, www.iron-
horseauction.com/, (800)997-
2248, NCAL#3936. 12

Dockable waterfront & deeded
boat slip water-access homesites.
Below Appraisal! Lake Chatuge,
GA/NC Mountains! Excellent
Financing! Two-Day Sale Nov.
4th & 5th! Appointment Only!
(877)234-8850 cxt.102. F2

Gulf front lots $595k. Homes
starting mid $300k. New mas-
ter planned ocean front conunu-
nity on beautiful Mustang Island,
near Corpus Christi, TX.
www.cinnamonshore.com,
(866)891-5163.12


740
Lots and
Acreage


MAINE SPORTING PAR-
ADISE! 500 ACRES only
S$299,900. Hunters & fishing en-
thusiasts wanted! Private 500
acre parcel of land ideal for hunt-
ing offers access to crystal clear
trout & salmon stream- unbe-
lievable fishing. NEW TO
MARKET! Great owner fi-
nancing. Call L&S Rlty
(207)781-3343. F2

NC MOUNTAIN 7 acres on
mountain top, view, trees, wa-
terfall & large public lake near-
by, paved private access, gated
community, $99,500 owner
(866)789-8535. F2

New, Pre-Construction Golf
Community- Coastal Georgia.
Large lots w/ deepwater, marsh,
golf, nature views. Gated, Golf,
Fitness Center, Tennis, Trails.
Oak Park, Docks. $70k's -
$300K (877)266-7376
www.cooperspoint.com. F2

East Tennessee- Norris Lake 5.6
acre wooded LAKEFRONT lot-
$66,500 5.1 ACRE WOODED
view lot- $28,900 Call Lakeside
Realty @ (423)626-5820 Or
Visit www.lakesiderealty-
tn.com. F2

TENNESSEE LAKE PROP-
ERTY >From $49,900, with
boat slip. Call it: (877)293-5253
or Click it: www.Grande-
VistaBay.com. Waters-Edge
Properties, Inc./Broker. F2

NC Gated Lakefront Communi-
ty. Pleasantly mild climate 1.5
acres, 90 miles of shoreline.
Never offered before with 20%
pre-development discounts, 90%
financing. Call (800)709-5253.
F2


WYOMING RANCH DIS-
PERSAL 35 acres 49,900; 50
acres $59,900. Snow-capped
mountain views. Surrounded by
gov't land. Abundant wildlife.
Recreational paradise. Low tax-
es. EZ terms. Call Utah Ranch-
es, LLC. (888)541-5263. F2

Auction- 827+/- acres divided.
November 9, 10am, Scotland
Road, Dublin, GA. Timberland,
hunting, investment, develop-


meant potential. 10% BP Rowell
Auctions, Inc. (800)323-8388.
www. rowcllauctions.com GAL
AU-C002594 12

Auction- 220+/- acres divided.
4br, 2 1/2 bath log home. Grady
Co., GA. Saturday, November
11, 10am, Rowell Auctions, Inc.
(800)323-8388. 10% buyer's
premium GAL AU-C002594
www.rowcllauctions.com. f2

N. Fla 80 Ac $6200 per acre.
Pines, hardwoods & creek.
Homesites, hunt or recreation.
(800)294-2313 Ext 1185 A Bar
Sales, Inc. 7 ays 7am-7pm. f2

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


750
Homes Out of
Area

View Western North Carolina,
North Georgia, Eastern TN, Real
Estate. Excellent retirement area.
Very affordable homes, cabins,
land. Low taxes. Good paying
jobs available, www.mt-
lakesreguide.coi. F2 -____

NORTH GEORGIA MOUN-
TAINS Secluded 7-acre retreat,
located within 50 miles of metro
Atlanta. Has 600 ft. trout stream
frontage in rear of 5B/4BA rus-
tic home, pool, hot tub, pasture
& woodlands. $575,000 list


price, motivated seller. Ron Za-
Ikind, Metro Brokers/GMAC,
(404)843-2500. F2

North Carolina Cool Mountain
Air, Views & Streams, Homes,
Cabins & Acreage. FREE
BROCHURE (800)642-5333.
Realty Of Murphy 317
Peachtree St. Murphy, N.C.
28906.
www.realtyofmurphy.comn. F2

MURPHY, NORTH CAROLI-
NA Affordable Homes in the
Mountains. Affordable Homes,
Mountain Cabins and Land.
CALL FOR FREE
BROCHURE (877)837-2288
EXIT REALTY MOUNTAIN
VIEW PROPERTIES www.ex-
itmurphy.com. F2

BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA.
ESCAPE THE HEAT IN THE
BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL
MOUNTAINS OF WESTERN
NC Homes, Cabins, Acreage &
INVESTMENTS. CHEROKEE
MOUNTAIN GMAC REAL
ESTATE. cherokeemountainre-
alty.com Call for free brochure
(800)841-5868. F2
BEAUTIFUL BLUE RIDGE,
NC Mountain Views. 8+ Acre
Mountain Estate. Heavily
Wooded with Stream. EZ Fi-
nancing- $49,900. (800)230-
6380, cxt.120. 12



760
Mobile Homes


Mobile Home for Sale. 2
Bedroon, 1 Bath, Quiet Lake-
side Adult Park.55+ Near Win-
ter Garden, $15,000. 407-656-
2525. 10/26

2001 DOUBLEWIDE FOR
SALE. 3Bedroom, 3Bath, 1650
sq feet. $15,000.407-469-3836..
11/02

SINGLE & DOUBLEWIDE.
Owner will finance. 407/654-
8155. 10/26


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Thursday, November 2, 2006 The West Orange Times 5C


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE
Notice is given that MUSICAL
DESTINATIONS, INC. intends to
.engage in business under the fic-
titious name of WEST ORANGE
CRUISE CENTER at 438 NORTH
.DILLARD STREET, WINTER
:GARDEN, FLORIDA 34787, and
intends to register that name with
the Secretary Of State Of Florida.
Dated this 2nd day of October,
.2006 at Orange County,Florida.

'MUSICAL DESTINATIONS, INC.,
'd/b/a WEST ORANGE CRUISE
'CENTER
'BY JOSEPH H COOPER
'BLAIR M. JOHNSON, P.A.
,BLAIR M. JOHNSON, ESQUIRE
'Post Office Box 770496
.Winter Garden, Florida 34777-
0496
(407) 656-5521
,Florida Bar No. 296171
'Attorney for Applicant
111/2



SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
'IN RE: The Marriage of
:SONIA MARIA SANTANA
,Petitioner/Wife
'and
CASE NO. DR 06-16972
'FERDINAND BERNABE
.Respondent/Husband
S /

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: FERDINAND BERNABE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
'that an action for the Petition for
:dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you in the above ref-
erenced case. You are required
,to serve a copy of your written
'defenses, if any, to it on counsel
for Petitioner, Brendan F. Lin-
nane, Esquire, whose address is
'636 West Yale Street, Orlando,
Florida, Esquire, whose address
'is 636 West Yale Street, Orlan-
do, Florida 32804 on or before
.December 7, 2006, and file the
'original with the Clerk of the
:Court, Domestic Relations Divi-
Usion, at 435 North Orange Av-
'enue, Orlando, Florida 32801. If
you fail to do so a default will be
'entered against you for the relief
:demanded in the Petition.
SWitness my hand and seal of
'this court on Oct 26, 2006.
'LYDIA GARDNER
CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT
CHRISTINA GARRETT
*BY: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
;Deputy Clerk
11/2, 11/9, 11/16, 11/23
F'

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA

'Notice is hereby given that the
,Winter Garden Planning & Zon-
4ng Board will hold Public Hear-
ing on Monday, November 6,
2006 at 6:30p.m., or as soon af-
,ter as possible, at City commis-
sion Chambers located at 251 W.
Plant Street, in order to review a
6 foot rear yard setback variance
for 738 Citrus cove Drive. The
variance will allow the property
owners to build an enclosed glass.
porch.
Copies of the proposed request
15ay be inspected by the public
'between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
Ind 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
1 each week at 270 West Plant
street. For.more information,
please call Brandon Byers at 656-
4'11 ext 2292.
a-
Ahy and all objections will be
teard at this time and if no valid
objections are presented to the
ebntrary, consideration will be
lven for granting this request.
,bu are advised that if a person
'dcides to appeal any decision
Jiaode win reipeci l jnri mjnrr
considered lt sui.h nearing Irein
Ihey Aill need to enr,'.ur inril j
,erbalrr, record ol rne pro(ceid-
ingS is, made wnlir inci udie'S he.
resimony rjn ervenre upon
which Ine ppea l 10s be ba3ed


- .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
.' DIVISION IN RE:
ESTATE OF

: File No.:
ERIC SHARMAYNE
18-2006-CP-002513-0
ANTONIO CLEMONS
ivsion __
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i The admirinsrtcn ol Ihe e,.-
t lal ol01 ERIC SHARMAIrjE Al.
,TONiO CLE.MONS. 0 ieiaed
wncse dare ill drlrn w Mjv -J '
2006 and whose SO,:al Se:ur .
y Number 590.3,.105? ispend-
ing in he Cii:uil Courtn lr Or-
Snge County, Florida, Probate Di-
! vision, the address of Which is


125.N.'Orange Avenue; room
340, Orlando, FI 32801. The
names and addresses of the per-
p6nal representative and the per-
ponal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
I.


LEGAL
NOTICES


Probate Division
File No.: 2006-CP-002481-0
Division: 1
IN RE: JOMAR ANTONIO MATOS
LOPEZ.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS


All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate on whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be served must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is November 02, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Represen-
tative: Personal Representative:
STEPHEN D. DUNEGAN
TAMESIA BYRD
Florida Bar No. 326933
3215 W. Church Street
DEAN,MEAD,EGERTON,BLOOD-
WORTH,
Orlando, Fl 32805
CAPOUANO & BOZARTH, P.A.
P.O. Box 2346.
Orlando, FI 32802-2346
Telephone: (407) 841-1200
Fax: (407)423-1831
11/2,11/09



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:

Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
11/24/2006, 08:00am at 103 S.
Orange Blossom Trail Orlando,
F 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.
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DODGE
1G1JF524V7142339 1997
CHEVROLET
1HGCD5651VA162045 1997
HONDA
1L01A5321P1110038 1993
LUFKIN
1MEPM6247PH657572 1993
MERCURY
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DODGE
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CHEVROLET
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PLYMOUTH
JH4CC2655NC020798 1992
ACURA
JM1BG2241R0802764 1994
MAZDA

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicdls 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.
1B3EL46X65N632408 2005
DODGE
JT2SK12E6N0032694 1992
TOYOTA
11/2

Notice is hereby given that on
Nov. 21,2006 at 10:00 AM at U-
Store-lt #671,100 Mercantile Ct.,
in the city of Ocoee, state of flori-
da. The undersigned U-Store-lt
#671, will.sell at public sale by
competitive bidding the person-
al property heretofore stored with
the undersigned by:
Kevin Boydston #111 piano,
boxes, ladder, beach chairs, met-
al cabinet, large umbrella, wheel-
barrel, loose household goods.
Barry McBride #607 Mattress,
box spring, head board, ice chest,
small refrigerator, old rocking
chair, speakers, tool box, shop
vac, auto battery, miscellaneous
shop supplies, household goods.
U'Store-lt, Store #671
100 Mercantile Ct..
Ocoee, Florida 34761
11/2, 11/9 '



NOTICE OF PUBLIC.SALE
Auc non lor me Iollowing vehi-
cles will be held on November
17,2006,at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando, FL. 32807
lo ihe lowini adna .loraje pur-
suanl I F S. ;713 78 Terms are
cash. .
1990 Lincoln
Vin#1 LNCM81 F1 LY751144
MD Towing reservesthe right to
accept or reject arty and all bids.
11/02/2006




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA


The administration of the estate
of JOMAR ANTONIO MATOS
LOPEZ, deceased, whose date of
death was March 4, 2006 is
pending in the circuit Court for
Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division, File Number 2006-CP-
002481-0, the address of which
is 425 North orange Ave., Room
340, Orlando, Florida 32801. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
tate, on whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be served, must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against dece-
dent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE 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.: 0666939
14357 Island Cove Dr.
Orlando, Florida 32803
Orlando, Fl 32824
(407)895-9466
10/19,10/26



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 11-13-06 @ 9:00AM AT
RALPH JOHNSON TOWING,
11409 W. COLONIAL DR.
OCOEE, FLORIDA. THE FOL-
LOWING VEHICLES WILL BE
SOLD FOR CASH FOR THE TOW-
ING AND STORAGE PURSUANT
SUBSECTION 713.78 OF THE
FLORIDA STATUES. SOME OF
THE VEHICLES POSTED MAY
HAVE ALREADY BEEN RE-
LEASEDAND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR
SALVAGE SALE.
1985 Buick 4DR
Vin#1G4BP69Y4FX486968
RALPH JOHNSON'S TOWING
SERVICE RESERVES THE RIGHT
TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY
AND ALL BIDS. RALPH JOHN-
SON'S WRECKER SERVICES RE-
SERVES THE RIGHT TO BID.
BIDDING BEGINS AT THE
AMOUNT OWED. ALL VEHICLES
SOLD, AS IS. NO WARRANTIES
AND NO GUARANTEE OF TITLES.
CALL 407-656-5617
11/02/06


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

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



NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
You are hereby notified that the
Town council, Town of Winder-
mere, will hold a second reading
and Public hearing to consider
adoption of the following Ordi-
nance of the Town of Winder-
mere at/around 7:00 p.m., Tues-
day, November 14, 2006, at the
Town Hall, located at 520' Main
Street, Windermere, Fl.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-14
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN
OF WINDERMERE, FLORIDA,;
LEVYING A TAX PURSUANT TO
F.S. 175/041(3)(c) AND F.S.
175.101(1)(2005), SAID TAXES
AMOUNTING TO 1.85 PERCENT
OF THE GROSS AMOUNT OF RE-
CEIPTS OF PREMIUMS FROM
POLICYHOLDERS ON ALL PRE-
MIUMS COLLECTED ON PROP-
ERTY INSURANCE POLICIES
COVERING PROPERTY WITHIN
THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE TOWN OF WINDERMERE;
PROVIDING THAT, PURSUANT
TO SAID STATUTE, PREMIUM
TAXES REPORTED FOR THE
TOWN OF WINDERMERE WILL
BE DISTRIBUTED BY THE DIVI-
SION OF RETIREMENT TO THE
OCOEE FIREFIGHTERSi PEN-
SION TRUST FUND AS LONG AS
THE CITY OF OCOEE'PROVIDES
FIRE PROTECTION FOR THE
TOWN OF WINDERMERE PUR-
SUANTTO INTERLOCAL AGREE-
MENT; DIRECTING THE TOWN
CLERK TO PROVIDE THE CITY
OF OCOEE WITH A CERTIFIED
COPY OF THIS ORDINANCE,
SAID ORDINANCE TO BE PRO-
VIDED BY THE CITY OF OCOEE
TO THE DIVISION OF RETIRE-
MENT; PROVIDING FOR CODI-
FICATION; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY, CONFLICTS, AND AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
This ordinance is available for in-
spection during normal business
hours. If any questions, please
contact Dorthy Burkhalter, Town
Clerk, Town of Windermere at
407-876-2563 x23.
Persons with disabilities need-
ing assistance to participate in
this proceeding should contact
the Town Clerk at least 48 hours
before the meeting.
Persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision
made at this Public Hearing, they
will need to assure that a verba-
tim record of the proceeding is
made which includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon which


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Dorothy Burkhalter, CMC
11/02-06
Town of Windermere
11/2



NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
You are hereby notified that the
Town council, Town of Winder-
mere, will hold a second reading
and Public hearing to consider
adoption of the following Ordi-
nance of the Town of Winder-
mere at/around 7:00 p.m., Tues-
day, November 14, 2006, at the
Town Hall, located at 520 Main
Street, Windermere, Fl.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-13
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN
OF WINDERMERE, FLORIDA; ES-
TABLISHING A PROPORTION-
ATE FAIR-SHARE PROGRAM AS
REQUIRED BY FLORIDA
STATUTE 163.3180(16) TO ES-
TABLISH METHODS WHEREBY
IMPACT OF DEVELOPMENT ON
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
ARE MITIGATED BY COOPERA-
TIVE EFFORTS OF PUBLIC AND
PRIVATE SECTORS WHEN
THERE IS INSUFFICIENT CA-
PACITY TO SATISFY TRANS-
PORTATION CONCURRENCY TO
ACCOMMODATE THE DEVEL-
OPMENT; PROVIDING FIND-
INGS, PURPOSE AND INTENT,
AND APPLICABILITY; PROVID-
ING DEFINITIONS, GENERAL RE-
QUIREMENTS AND INTER GOV-
ERNMENTAL COORDINATION
WITH AFFECTED JURISDIC-
TIONS; PROVIDING A PROCESS
FOR APPLICATION; ESTAB-
LISHING A METHODIOLOGY
FOR DETERMINING PROPOR-
TIONATE FAIR-SHARE OBLIGA-
TION; PROVIDING FOR CRED-
ITS AGAINST ANY IMPACTpFEES
ESTABLISHED BY ORDINANCE
WHEN FAIR-SHARE CONTRIBU-
TIONS ARE MADE; PROVIDING
FOR PROPORTIONATE FAIR-
SHARE AGREEMENTS BETWEEN
THE TOWN AND ANY APPLI-
CANTS FOR NEW DEVELOP-
MENT; PROVIDING APPROPRI-
ATION FORFAIR-SHARE REV-
ENUES; PROVIDING THAT THE
TOWN SHALL REIMBURSE ANY
APPLICANTS WHO CONSTRUCT
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES
WHICH EXCEED THEIR PRO-
PORTIONATE FAIR-SHARE
OBLIGATION AND METHODS
FOR DETERMINING REIM-
BURSEMENT FOR SUCH EX-
CESS *CONTRIBUTION; PRO-
VIDING FOR CODIFICATION;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILI-
TY, CONFLICTS, AND AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE.
This ordinance is available for in-
spection during normal business
hours. If any questions, please
contact Dorthy Burkhalter, Town
Clerk, Town of Windermere at
407-876-2563 x23.
Persons with disabilities need-
ing assistance to participate in
this proceeding should contact
the Town Clerk at least 48 hours
before the meeting.
Persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision
made at.this Public Hearing, they
will need to assure that a verba-


tim record of the proceeding is
made which includes the testi-
mony and evidence upon which
an appeal is based. FS286.0105
Dorothy Burkhalter, CMC
11/02-06
Town of Windermere
11/2


.NOTICE OF SALE

Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc., will
sell at Public Sale at Auction the
following vehicles to satisfy lien
pursuant to Chapter 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes on Novem-
ber 16, 2006 at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*
1987 MERCEDES,'VIN# WDB-
DA28D4HF355522
Located at: 9801 BOGGY
CREEK ROAD, ORLANDO, FL
32824, ORANGE
2002 FORD, VIN#
1FTRF172X2NB18548
Located at: P.O. BOX 140581,
ORLANDO,FL 32814, ORANGE
2000 FORD, VIN#
1FMRU1760YLBO3209
1996 VOLVO, VIN#
YV1LS5543T2309190
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
11/2


This ordinance is available for inspection during normal business hours. If any questions, please contact
Dorthy Burkhalter, Town Clerk, Town of Windermere at 407-876-2563 x23.
Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in this proceeding should contact the Town Clerk
at least 48 hours before the meeting.
Persons are advised that if they decide to appeal any decision made at this Public Hearing, they will need
to assure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made which includes the testimony and evidence
upon which an appeal is based. FS286.0105
Dorothy Burkhalter, CMC 11/02-06
Town of Windermere







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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
You are hereby notified that the Town council, Town of Windermere, will hold a second reading and Pub-
lic hearing to consider adoption of the following Ordinance of the Town of Windermere at/around 7:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, November 14, 2006, at the Town Hall, located at 520 Main Street, Windermere, Fl.
ORDINANCE NO. 2006-15
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING, BY VOLUNTARY PETITION, PROPERTY LOCATED EAST OF MAGUIRE ROAD,
SOUTH OF WONDER LANE AT 10836 WONDERLANE, SAID PROPERTY BEING CONTIGUOUS TO THE TOWN
OF WINDERMERE AND BEING ANNEXED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION PRO-
VISIONS OF SECTION 171.044 FLORIDA STATUTES; REDEFINING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE TOWN OF
WINDERMERE TO INCLUDE SAID PROPERTY; PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS; DIRECTING THE TOWN
CLERK TO RECORD THE ORDINANCE WITH THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT, THE PROPERTY AP-
PRAISER, THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER OF ORANGE COUNTY, AND WITH THE DEPARTMENT
OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Exhibit "A"
A PARCEL OF LAND BEING A PORTION OF SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 23 SOUTH, RANGE 28 EAST, ORANGE
COUNTY.FLORIDA, BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE WEST 1/4 CORNER OF SAID SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 23 SOUTH, RANGE 28 EAST;
THENCE RUN N89 32'19"E ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID SECTION 5,
751.64 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF A PARCEL DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 06674,
PAGE 4774, PUBLIC RECORDS OF ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN S03 40'30'E ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID PARCEL 248.35 FEET; THENCE RUN S89 47'32"E, 167.89 FEET; THENCE RUN S75
23'24"E, 100.51 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTH LINE OF LAKE DOWN ESTATES REPLAT, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK Q, PAGE 151, PUBLIC RECORDS OF OR-
ANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING;THENCE RUN S89 47'32'E ALONG SAID
NORTH LINE, 258.20 FEET TO A POINT ON THE EAST BOUNDARY OF THE WEST 1/2 OF THE SAID
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 5; THENCE RUN SOO 27'07"E ALONG SAID EAST BOUNDARY, 66.56 FEET;
THENCE RUN N75'23'24"W, 267.57 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Exhibit "B"


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tile flooring, newly renovated
bathrooms, screen porch,
and fenced backyard.

$285,000


Home

Sweet Home
3/2, very spacious, very clean and
ready to move into. Fenced back-
yard, screened porch, and meticu-
lous landscape. A must see!

$285,000


Florida Central Realty

Joyce Niland, Realtor
Direct: 407-399-5885 Fax: 407-479-3498 ..
Email: homecentral@cfl.rr.com .'. (
Search properties at www.joyceniland.com


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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


LAKE ACCESS IN WINDERMERE Park Square home w/access to Lake TOO MUCH HOUSE For the present owners of this 4 BD, 2.5 BA,
Speer, & features lot of extras: corian counters, maple cabinets, ex- 2,200 sf contemporary home located in Breckenridge Estates. Take
tended master closet, ceramic tile, berber carpet, large fenced advantage of an unusual opportunity. ID=3073
yard...Must See! ID=3906 $269,900
$379,000 Call 407-352-0520
Call 407-354-1060


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FOREST BROOKE ESTATES BRAND SPANKING NEW!! Fully load-
ed 6 BD, 3.5 BA home Granite countertops & stainless appls. Has room
for everybody. A-rated schools gated community. ID=1 169
$485,000
Call 407-992-5030


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


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POOL HOME WITH LK ACCESS Spectacular 4 BD, 2 BA Winder- BEAUTIFUL LAKE FRONT HOME 4 BD, 3 BA, 3200 sq ft in Winter
mere Pool home sitting on a large corner lot with access to Lake Garden, lake front, exercise room, home theater, large master, wood
Speer. Upgrades include 42" cabinets, wood flooring, crown mold- floors, custom faux paint, pavers around pool & front walk, double
ing...and much more. ID=3515 ovens & 3 car garage. ID=6866
$399,999 $719,900
Call 407-354-1060 Call 407-354-1060


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BUILD YOUR OWN FUTURE HERE! Just under a half acre. If you have COUNTRY LIVING AT IT'S BEST! Just Minutes from 436 in Apop-
the plans we have the lot for you in Orlando. Priced to sell. ID=3827 ka. Like new completely remodeled 3 BD, 2 BA on 1.5 Acres. Zoned
$50,000 A-1. Fenced, very private and wooded. 1488 sq ft! ID=9768
Call 407-352-0520 $339,500
Call 407-352-0520


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FEEL THE LOVE That went into taking care of this beautiful 4 BD, 2
BA, pool home with 36 x 24 screen room, indoor laundry, Office
and Bonus Room. ID=0547
$264,900
Call 407-352-0520


ENJOY THE CONSERVATION PRIVACY Enjoy the privacy of this 4
BD, 3 BA with bonus that backs up to a Peaceful Conservation Lot.
Room for family members to have their own space. A Great find!
ID=1851
$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 are 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)
$234,900 PLUS sep. building lot (75X125)
$99,000. New Colina Plaza center and Oakland
Park neighborhood (both to come soon it Oak-
land) make this a great opportunity!


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OCOEE LIKE NEW $175,000
NE\ IONMNARKET. NEW RO'-F KITCHE.NCAB APOPKA ERROL ESTATES!
INETS SINK .iND \PPLLI NCES -\LSO NE\\ E.. ', ., I .IIi, tA'.. l Hii......i.. L ,.. i .' .. 1
B TIIROOM \ ANITI. FIXULTRES AND TILED ,.,. I F ,,. .i I.,. h ..iin r.,.. >,.., h..i ,r
TLIB NE5,ER AiC AND PFLLiMBING PLUS .: ,r i..m ,..:.. i.irr, r r.. ., ,. -.nr
FRESHLY PAINTEDINAN.)L0'l I LT -.L ROOMI ,r .ll,,..J I. .. l.. ll.i i
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WONDERFUL POOL HOME A Lot of Home for your Money! 4 BD,
2 BA, Pool Home, Formal Living-Room, Dining Room & Family
Room w/1737 sqft of living space. 2 Car Garage. Lots of Extras!
ID=9823
$249,000
Call 407-352-0520


SERENE BACKYARD POND VIEW Absolutely Gorgeous 5 BU, 3
BA home in quiet neighborhood. Cultured marble counters, crown
molding, 42" maple cabinets. Screened porch boasts mosaic tile
floor & ceiling fan. Huge backyard. ID=0204
$429,000
Call 407-354-1060


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Jeny Berner 407-432-1700
Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
LiUian Feliciano 407-375-9741
Ron Grant 407-468-2952
Paula Han iott 407-298-7750


UIIUVELAID 1IST TIME UDN MARKlE
CCrrr -ze inc ti'&ed 2V rl r~, *,-Icnr srme ri.rn/TS, lcr.r'.n
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Rhonda Meagher 407-721-3306
Ouida leeks. 407-491-3000
Cal Parker407-484-5252
Ilhana Ramos 407-832-9312
Mar\ Rich 407-291-6947


Bill Straugh 407-716-3010
Ralph Suggs 407-947-6188
Brenda Gooch Vandei Pol
407-256-3704
Thelma Willis 352-406-9080


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


HIDDEN SPRINGS Incredibly beautiful condo in great location. BEAUTIFUL WINTER PARK w/2 MA suites, office & fireplace. Sun-
Newly renovated property. Open floor plan, vaulted ceilings. Im- light- filled rooms make this a happy place to live & entertain. Secluded
maculate! ID=4464 tanning deck. Walk to Park Ave. & Rollins. ID=9442
$172,000 $425,000
Call 407-992-5030 Call 407-352-0520


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


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407-654-6688
www.gosselinrealty. comi


REALTY


LET JENNY OYOLA SHOW YOU AROUND
THESE GREAT PROPERTIES


lem Offit wce 352.39d
Office 352.394.9994


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DESIRABLE POINCIANA VILLAGE WOW DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS ONE
Brand New 4/2 with a great floor plan. Garage Apartment in the heart of
Split Bedroom Baldwin Park
Living/Dining Combination One Bed/ One Bath
Walk-in Kitchen Pantry Generous 618 sq. ft.
Cooking Island Rent Includes: Water, Electricity,
And so much more. A must-see. Cable, Phone & Community
Make your appointment with Amenities.
Jenny Oyola 407-312-5635 $1,020.1 Month 12 Month Lease


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.


WINTER GARDEN
2br/2.5ba Townhome
Gated community,
pool & club house
Like new.$1,100/mo


MINNEOLA
3br/2ba
Excellent Condition
$1,100/Mo


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

WINTER GARDEN
3br/2.5ba
Brand New
S$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


3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms. 18xl 8 Tiles + Carpeting. Wide Driveway for all
types of vehicles. Housing under a 1504 SF new roof. Central A/C 10/19
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- RE-PINGTON -O4-S COEE
Tastefully decorated 4/2.5 two story.
Great Room Floor Plan
Wood Burning Fireplace
Formal Dining Room
Foyer & Inside Utility
For a showing call Jenny Oyola
407-312-5635





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LAKEFRONT

$749,000
Lakefront Clermont Chain of Lakes
Almost 1 acre w/spotless 3/2 home.
Terrific views. Awesome fenced
backyard with dog kennels, de-
tached 1 car garage and majestic
oak tree. Great family home with
room to grow.


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LAKE ACCESS REDUCED
Oakland area, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large lot. Now $269,500.

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


MAIN STREET REALTORS
"A neighborhood tradition since 1985."


WINDERMERE DOWNS


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!


DOWNTOWN WINDFRMFRF


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) 325-2311 amy@mainstreetrealtors.com 1 I
401 Main Street Ste B, Windermere, FL 34786 Tel (407) 876-2090 -M ....O"


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


Dale Bloder
352-874-6623
Jane Franklin
352-406-5828

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ST UNN LNG \ 1E\ OF LA KE LOUISA CHAIN OF LAKES ACCESS
Marvelous property surrounded by natural beauty. Lake Louisa boat dock. Custom luxury in this magnifi-
Sits high on a hill with screened patio porch over- cent show place. Surrounded by panoramic view. Pri-
looking the lake. Lush landscaping. Seller will pay' vate, secluded paradise. Only minutes from town. Open,
up to $3,500 of buyer's closing cost. What a deal. airy rooms with upgrades. 4/2,2,311 sf. Fireplace in liv-
Decorator perfect. MLS# G4609343. $315,000 ing room. MLS# G4608488. $399,900







EXCLUSIVE CHAIN OF LAKES
SPACIOUS HOME ACCESS COMMUNITY
Just waiting for your family. Decorator colors. perfect for entertaining. Everything you've ever
" Your private escape in a delightful master bed- Large cor er l. G gous dec
room with study/nursery. Located on a cul-de- wanted Larg comer lot. Gorgeous deck + pool.
sac. Community features include pool, playground, 4br, bonus room pre-wired for home theatre. Gran-
tennis, large fenced yard. Great home, great price. ite countertops, upgraded faucets. Custom closets.
MLS# G4608746. $279,900 MLS# G4608125. $399,900


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Great Vacation Rental or Home in
Poinciana. Let your guest stay there!
Purchase for Only $250,000!

407-905-5608
im. JSpikes@cfl.rr.com W
www.Homes-In-Orlando.comn
Brenda DeArmnnd Realty
Looking to purchase/sell?
S"Let Janet do your home work!"
Janet Spikes, REALTOR


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
jinmmyrealtor@earthlink.net


PRICED TO SELL. OFFERED @ $459,000.00
1518 Dingens Ave. Near Gotha/Windermere, Florida
Custom home for sale by owner. Great investment. 4br/2ba, newly remodeled, no
HOA. Best schools. Close to Lockheed plant, Disney World, Isle Worth. Huge de-
tached workshop. 7/8 acre lot. Mature oaks, and landscaping. Completely fenced.
Private, zoned rural country estates. Upscale neighborhood, all appliances included,
ready to move in.
407-758-5092 or 352-735-6892


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WINTER GARDEN SHORES
Good starter or retirement home. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 100 foot lot,
mature landscaping. Call for appointment $289,500. 00
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors since 1943
407-656-2223


LAKEFRONT

$799,000
Direct Chain Lakefront. 4br/3ba. Re-
cently new inside and out. Dock, boat
house, white sand beach, clear spring
fed lake. Dead end street. Beautiful
landscape with large deck and beach-
side cabana.


GREAT 2/2 CORNER VILLA WITH
2 CAR GARAGE. COMMUNITY
POOL, YARD MAINTENANCE,
LOTS MORE! SEE THIS ONE NOW!
$185,000
ACTIVE ADULT COMMUNITY
WITH ALL OF THE COUNTRY
CLUB AMENITIES.2/2 WITH
GREAT ROOM AND DEN. LOTS OF
UPGRADES! GREAT NEW PRICE.
$275,000


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Outstanding Agents.
Outstanding Result


FABULOUS LOT IN AN EXECUTIVE
DEVELOPMENT. BUILD YOUR DREAM
HOME IN THIS GATED COMMUNITY
SURROUNDED BY LAKES. BEAUTIFUL
ACRE LOT $249,000. CALL FOR DIREC-
TIONS.

GET STARTED ON
S YOUR ROAD HOME.
ts.


TVWIN LAKES MANOR OCOEE
Lovely 3/1. Convenient location.
* Near Major Highways
* Close to Schools
* Freshly Painted Inside & Out
* Shopping Nearby
Call Jenny Oyola, 407-312-5635


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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-model home.
Seller willing to consider offers.
Please call Carmen at 407-448-5243. EXIT Real Estate Professionals.











HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
Two buildings, one 2 story, includes nice 28 space parking lot.
Call for appointment. $2,100,000.
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors. Since 1943 Call 407-656-2223


Mary Alice Mears Broker AsoialteIPReloc:lion Lirecior
Cell 407-694-0642
SToll Free 866-394-6611
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B LAKE & HILLSIDE VIEWS
from screened lanai. Go boating from
community Chain of Lakes access dock
& ramp. 3/2/2+ den. Well built! Well
S--. kept! $279,900. MLS# G4604624

LIKE NEW!
.. Clermont, 3/2/2. Great room and separate
dining. Spacious and well cared for open
split plan in nice neighborhood. 1502 SF
plus 2 car garage and covered patio.
$239,900.

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

--" ....... W RANCH CLUB
.;*, f-i- IGa'3o Gated horse community. Bridle paths. Min-
S 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

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

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


Debbi Schlesinger, Realtor
S' RE/MAX COUNTRY, CLERMONT
DIRECT LINE: 352-250-8953
: Established, Professional Realtor Proven Track Record
Multi Million Dollar Sales Volume
Why Settle For Less Than The Best"?


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ASSEMBLY OF GOD

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

BAPTIST

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

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

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

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

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

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

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
And Christian Academy
1601 A.D. Mims Rd. Ocoee FL.
Rev. Bradley T. Phillips,
Pastor/Administrator
(407) 656-3097

WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb St., Oakland, FL.,


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

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

CATHOLIC

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

CHRISTIAN

NEW HORIZONS CHRISTIAN
CHURCH
Meeting at West Orange High
School
1625 Beulah Rd, Winter Garden.
Vintage Worship 9:30am
Relaxed Worship 11:00am
Philip Walter, Minister
407-654-5050
NewHorizonsChristianChurch.org

CHURCH OF CHRIST
1450 S. Daniels Rd. Winter
Garden, FL 34787 407-656-2770
Minister -Mark Smith.
9:00 am Sunday School.
10 am Worship.
6:00 pm Adult Bible Study
Wednesday Service 7:00pm


CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

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

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

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

CHURCH OF GOD

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

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


COMMUNITY

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

HARVEST CHURCH
Gathers Sundays at 10:05am at
Lake Whitney Elementary School
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.ora

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.oro


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


We loved you so much that we were delighted to share
with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well, be-
cause you had become so dear to us.
1 Thess. 2:8
High school football season and Friday nights at the
field is a blast. I watch the events of the evening: the
game, the band, the cheerleading squad, the ROTC drill
team, and the parents as they run the concessions. But
what really makes it fun is that I know the students on the
team, and in the band, and on the cheerleading squad, and
in the ROTC drill teams. I know many of their parents
who are sitting in the stands. I know many of the local ,
town people who graduated from these schools.
Thus comes the not so fun part of the evening: some-
one is going to lose. That's right, no more ties like in the
old days. There is going to be a loser as surely as there is
a winner. Truthfully, if I didn't know the people, it
wouldn't matter who wins and who loses. It's really in-


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 aD MFirst United -
Office Methodist Church .s
=I Plant St. o

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 Worshio 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-


tense when local rivals compete. I want to say, "Bring it
on, let's take names and"...you know the rest. But I al-
ready know the names and they are far more important
than the institutions.
I've been told, in fun, to choose a side...but you can't
when you have chosen the people on each side as impor-
tant in your life. I've decided I have to trust the outcome
to Someone who knows more about what will happen
than I do...God. Yep, sounds like a cop-out, I know, but
it is the only thing I know to do. As I have thought about
this I am reminded of the way we sometimes view "the
church". It isn't the institution that matters to God; it's
the people. Get to know Him and His people and you'll
love hanging around on Sunday mornings "at church" as
much as I do on Friday nights. The Good News is all
who believe in Him WIN and the consequences are for
way more than a season.
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.ora

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


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


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

Hwy 50


FL Turnpike

Marshall
Farms Rd.

429

Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
Tonm W.elch. Pastor
407-903-1384


SW. Hwy 50
at Dillard


McDOnaldS





The Crossings
A Community Church
10:30 am Worship Service 407-656-6044
Hwy 50 Ocoee


The
Crossings Windermen EIcm.
t LkeBudtcrBlvd. pnRd
Windermere









CLERMONT ORLANDO WINTER GARDEN



B Sines, Girvin,
Blakeslee & Campbell
Certified Public Accountants, P. A. PO Box 771047
800S. Dillard St
Winter Garden 34777-1047
407-656-6611



AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
533 W. Plant St
Winter Garden
656-3307
COMPLETE
AUTO REPAIR


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-SI lZI KARR REALLY IN C.

27 YEARS N BEAUTIFUL DOWNTOWN WINDERMERE -


. ncet largest BONUS R()OMNIS all-
able...This c\quikite 44 estate [I,,me in
eated conmrnunit\ offers ,o er 4.20(1) S
of lo\el li~ ing area. Gourmet kitchen.
screened pool and lanai overlooking
preserve :uea Look no, further This is
it! Reduced to $1.150,f)(11) Contact the
Suzi Karr Team 407-870-368 j




SPECTACULAR ON
THE BUTLER CHAIN

Brand new. 4. 4 4.60 0 sf of "just lii ing"
area \I/flex plan. as office and bonus can
be additional bedrooms Designer etery -
thing kitchen offers top-of-the-line appli-
ances, Game room. PLUS horne theatre.


Team for details. 407-876-3688


ISLE OF OSPREY
Gaed. presgiu.s Isle,:fitO-pre', Lu:-ianr iouLhem p!ananLon home
on Lake Blanche o:n Lhe Butler Chain of Lake- OUe ian acre if It 1501
fi of r'onuage ApproS 7.0004 si \. 5 bedrooms( and -15 aiths O'.er-
sizeJ Fp:'l ith hoatl-oie Li.e andi. end dcedx. A ca igaragre. including
.,-rkho'p and gard.Ljen r.'.om Erclui-'ei':, offeredJ t., Peririe', LaTerice
-10" 353-7'i01:a1 Br.gerre H cks -107 2."7-555 Reduced loS? 251?ij l0:


INTRACOASTAL PARADISE
True Floridian lifestyle! Completely remodeled 3/2
\with 1.499 sf. New t windows, hardwood floors, and
more. Famous Flagler pier is only blocks away! Ask-
ing $389.000. Call Sharon Ziomek 407-402-3495.
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VISTA LAKES
L vrel, split-plan home built In 2ii1 -. 2.li.0 4 bedroom- and 2
rull baith B a, q .inrdoi '. ldonj i *.eat ccentlu es opern Lkchen
Cuisom paini hrhughlu Pn'IT. tire. i d backj.i rd v. iti lush land-
capjing C ronria i Sharr.n ZI.o-mel A -0-i 2..42 ,15 l details 3'39.' 11.11.


CANAL LOT ON BUTLER CHAIN
This view is yours, plus canal w/short distance to Lake But-
ler. Present home on property can be redone, or build new. ONE
plus acre in great location. Asking $1,.095.)00 Contact The
Suzi Karr Team 107-576-3688.


.home.Ill v 4..*1. st in one ol the mil -oi-'Ugh[i
afte ci omuniJntiee in1 \\ e_.t OurCae Ciount\
This floor plan, is fl- ible iaccoi: ing I t, ', .our
needs. but rest assured tlis home is perfect
in every wav\ Children'< \\ ig. enclosed
pool and spa, lctiel\ large nianicured
grounds that lead to community walking
trails and all else A MuIsl See' Reduced
to $11.035.)00 Contact Suzi Ka-r 407-505-
5258. Shalon Ziomek 407-402-3495 or
Tantana Kinlchenko 321 -695-8337.


[ LUXURIOUS BUTLER
CHLIN LIVING

Classic custom on Lake Sheen. Glo-
rious master-large and beautiful De-
signer kitchen. Covered Gatherine
... Room outside s,/'ireplace.. Pool.
grandfathered-in boathouse.'dock &
more.... skin $2.465..i0i.i. Contact
The Suzl Karr Team 407-876-368s




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". OLDE V.INDERMERE POOL HOME
EDEN ISL E POOI HONME Priced to sell 1.85a4 si remodelled 3 bedrm 2 1.2 bath charmer


Exquisite Summerpon gem in cL.ited \V ndermere cormmu-
nity this -4 bedroom 2 bath home Cis loaded 'i up-
grades 2.349 sif l Ii\ ing huge upm.tair. bedroon opens t.:,
spacious Bonus Room Screened pool o erloks icoinsein anon
area. .this is a MUST SEE Offered at $459, )11 Call Ken
T. ndall 40i7-535-21l61


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DOWNTOWN WINDERMERE
This cowage charmer has been remodeled uinh a decorator's ce
for detail Family room opens to large screened porch and ex-
pansi\e backyard. Deeded acce-s to the Butler Cham nof Lakes.
Lease opnon available Reduced to N'M99.0XI Call Bngette Hicks
407-247-6555 or Penney Laurence 407.-353-70J19
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plu- Bonus and Florida Rmr. French door, lead fro:m farm-
I. rm to screened porch. ':erl':o:.ng poolN Masier A. gran-
ite. .I aited on a quiet stretch ui lMain Street Bjck'ard Is a
Sropical paradi.e. Deeded lake acce;-s th. e Butler (Chain
THIS IS A niMST SEE' Reduced rto $535.01111i Call Ken T,nn-
dall 40--535S-29--. l


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S AKKUVVW IAU LAKE
Quiet. scenic lakefront home in desirable Winter Garden
Here's oiiour opportunirN to enjo\ lakefront living at an af-
fordable price. This is a must see' Lakefront has beautiful
Cypress trees. Enjoy the true Florida lifesr le v. nth this hid-
den gem! Built in 1979 and located in a \ver quiet area on
o\er 1/2 acre. 3 bedroom/2 baths. Contact Ken Tyndall for
more niformnaon. 407-53S-2061 Asking 5319.000


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BU I LER CI:AlL/\V IN L)EKRI IERE
"Oldie but goodie" o( ner rel''catng eecertvhirig updat-
ed prideof o nership pre ails Full outdoor kitchen, de-
signer outdoor -pa. boathouse i.'elec boat coier Asking
$1.35I0.iXi.. also includes boat plus I \o jlet skis"i Conmact The
Suzi Kar Team 4107-876.3688
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HEAMPTONS AT METROWEST
3/2. plus spaclio u.s I. offers comfort and tleibbir Inipeccable con-
dition n/Ines er carpet and appliances. Conmiuruly features 2 siim-
rung pools. fairness center, shops, and restaurants. Offered at
l.309.000 Contact Tatyana Kia chenko 321-695-S337


CYPRESS SPRINGS
Spacious 5 bedroom 3 bath atertfront home in East Orlan-
do Granite counterop4. stainless steel appliances, tile and
more. Reduced to $44l.l-uil. Contact Tanana Kraschenko
321-695-8337.


STONEBRIDGE LAKES/METROWEST
Relax and enj,.oy' both the pri acy ol the cunsern action area
and the \ idlhife of Tm key Lake frioi this, e'xcepoonally clean
and neuualNl decorated 3 hr/2 ba home 1.S44 sf Only 2-
Nears NEW\ and in mint condition Priced at $1365.000I
Call Elizabeth Taylor 40i7-694-4339 for an appt.


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SUiMMERPORT TOWNHOUSE
3-3 Townhouse to popular SUNMMERPORT' Upgrades, in-
cluding hardwoonods. and more. Double-artached 2-car garage
English Gardens landscaping make foi a perfect package.
Community pool and shopping very close bh Asking
$285,000. Contact SuZI Karr. 407-595-5255.


TEN ACRE LAKEFRONT PARCEL
ON THE CLERMONT CHAIN OF LAKES
OWNER FNA.NCLNG. A'AILABLE Bu\ noo. anrd take ute rine
to design your dream home' \lhile doing this. enjoi this nire-of-a-
lard property on fabulous Lat.e Louisa ', iLh iun-ei leu th ibal Ail
rtae ,:our breiah asay Walling paths. iegeiauon like \ou ha.e rnot
,een in a long \ hue. and more. more m.re ASKING il 55M Cn-rr
iaci Suzi Krn or John Bagbe.N icfr the .ho\,ng ,ou i. ll Iloe'


QUIET. SCENIC DOWNTOWN
WVINDERMERE
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GATED WINDERMERE POINTE
Bea.uutul al.ef oni \ cuir inaln iearnng '-rapar ound pOrcrh aid .'ier
J.r000 sf' 5 i h.'.nrrmJ ldnths and 2 I 2 batLh. chefs Ktchen /i double
c, en' and -mie cellar & buler & prann. r.o:mann: mailer k, I replace
I and jba', nindo,. duil Ijundr. .ujca. fenced pool & spa and 3-car
garage ith *v'er'ized parking. -skinrg $'SO.0C00. Call Bngene
SHictis -07..24-7.6555 or Penne\ Lal rence 407-3531-7r019


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DOWNTOWN WINDERMERE
Great find' This 3 bedroom/2 bath home has been updat-
ed and it sho%' s. Located in the heart of Windermere \n ith
parks for the children tennis courts, a pubblc brary .ind lots
more This charmer comes v.ith \\auseon Ridge owned
lakefront piece on \'auseon Ba\ ...f the Butler Chain of
Lakes. Asking $505.00. Co:ntaci the SLZI K- ARR teamni .
41-0-8~'6-36SS


LAKEFRONT LIVING
Windermere lakefornt 3/2 otffes a bright Flori-
da Room.master \./French doors to screened
porch. and remodeled kitchen. White sandy
beach to the deck and spectacular sunsets!'
Asking '699.000. Call Ken Tyndall 40)7-538-
2961 or Elizabeth Ta lor 407-694--1339


OLDE WINDERMERE
Lakefront on Lake Do,_ n-Butler Chain of Lakes OClde
ing distance to io n center. shops & ltbrarn Boat houl-.
& tennis Offered full' furnished Include, utilities an,
and seasonal rates Call Suzi Karr 4(0"-595-'525-

WINDSOR HILL
4/3 pool home in beautiful Winderniere Conimunity
and la\n ser\ ce included $2.4-1I) per month

DO\% NTO'\ N WINDERMERI
Remodeled rcortjge chanTm: r in thi heart ,.,l dJ. nis. n. H
screened po:rch..-nJd i..lose -' the lr,,..n buji jal !rp inlr u
Penne\. Lamrenice -li-353-'til9 -.r Brigette Hiclks 4)7.


Winderecre, \Ialk-
e. pn ate boat ramp
d yard care Annual



3 car gaiage, pool


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[uge back, ard. luge
des lan.i care. C.II
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OLDE WINDERMERE
CANALFRONT
Last of it's kind" Canalfront lot leading to
\\auseon Ba\ and Lake Do\.n of the famed
Butler Chain. Unique. rate. and priced to sell
Asking $4i-).1ii1i0 Contact the SLiZI KARR
team t(- 40-7-S-6-36SS


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