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Building addition will relieve
overcrowding at Olympia High
Photo by Steve Harrison
All kinds of art
Winter Garden residents Mary Keating (left) and Kay Cappleman of
Mar Bella Studio and Designs brought their brightly colored, whimsical
yard ornaments to last weekend's 4th Annual Fine Art and Fine Craft
Festival in downtown Winter Garden. Artists of all mediums participat-
ed in the.2-day event. for more photos, see 1B.
-Construction will begin in January
on the 2-story, 32,000-square-foot
By Kathy Aber
Olympia High School students are currently learning
in spaces not originally designed as classrooms.
Orange County Public Schools has approved plans to al-
leviate the crowded conditions with an expansion designed
to accommodate the current school population.
The existing OHS campus was designed to house 3,000
students a design that worked well for the school's Au-
gust 2001 opening enrollment of 2,500 students.
The addition will bring the overall campus capacity to
3,244 students the school's current enrollment, ac-
cording to Chris Kraemer, a consultant with URS Project
Management and facilities program manager for OCPS.
"The main reason for the expansion is to house existing
students who are at Olympia High School. The future en-
rollment projections are flat," said Kraemer.
The consultant said the project would return existing
spaces back to their original intent.
"Students are now learning in teacher planning rooms,
in the media center, in support spaces and in areas not
originally designed as classrooms," Kraemer said.
School administrators have been using non-learning
spaces to accommodate the student population because
there is an Orange County ordinance that prohibits the use
of portable classrooms on the Olympia campus.
The addition will be located between Olympia's 400
and 500 buildings on the east side of the campus, and the
design will match the existing campus buildings. The pro-
ject will require relocation of the green-space and a shade
house, but there will be no loss of playing fields.
OCPS contracted with McCree Construction, an Or-
lando construction company, for the $7-million design-
Bikepath masterplan taking shape in Windermere
-Federal funds will
enable town to connect all
of its existing sidewalks.
By Kathy Aber
tion is specifically for bike paths and
pedestrian crossings, Town Manager
Cecilia Bernier said.
During its regular meeting last Tues-
day, the Town Council authorized
Bernier, Kelly and the LRP Chair John
Fitzgibbon to continue meetings with
By next summer, a new bikepath FDOT in order to create an overall plan
system in Windermere should be in- with the safest possible crosswalks.
stalled to take pedestrians and bicy- Windermere has asked the FDOT
clists from Windermere Elementary, technical staff to recommend ideas for
'School to the downtown business dis- improving safety at crosswalks. The
trict and on to Chase Road or Apop- council is considering stamped asphalt
ka-Vineland Road. with a brick pattern to alert motorists
The town's Long-Range Planning they are approaching the crossings,
Committee has been working for more push-button pedestrian signal lights
than a year on the plan that will connect and speed humps.
all the existing sidewalks in town. The B) Tebruar), PEC will provide en-
plan also includes a new pedestrian gineering plans, cost estimates and a
bridge over the canal that connects bid package for the council to consid-
Lake Down to Wauseon Bay near the er. At that time, the council will de-
elementary school. cide which pedestrian safety features
Implementation of the plan will be will be included in the design.
funded b) a $215.000 appropriation Once the plan is adopted, it will be
from the Fedeil a Departnent of Trans- put out for bid with construction to
.portation through the Transportation start shortly thereafter.
EquitN Act a Legacy for Users, In other business, the council:
which was awarded to the town in July on the recommendation of the De-
2005. velopment Review Board, agreed to
The $215,001 TEA-LU appropria- rewrite the town's building height or-
Oak ale attorney steps
in to try to move project
forward in Oakland
dinance as a measurement of the av-
erage ground level at the front setback
limit. John Spears, chairman of the
DRB, said the committee is not con-
cerned with the height of the rear of
deferred a variance request by Tom
Price until next month for his proper-
ty that includes three 50-foot lots at
614 Main St. because it was not prop-
erly included in the meeting agenda.
Town Attorney Cliff Shepard advised
the council to postpone a discussion
of the variance so other interested par-
ties would have a chance to attend the
next meeting and participate in the pro-
by a vote of 3-1, approved an or-
dinance establishing a proportionate,
fair-share program; as required by
Florida statute, to establish methods
for the impact of development to be
mitigated through cooperative efforts
of the public and private sectors. Coun-
cil Member Genevieve Potthast cast
the dissenting vote.
unanimously adopted an ordinance
that would redirect a percentage of
(See Windermere, 3A)
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Photo courtesy of Orange County Public Schools
This site plan shows the location of the new addition
at Olympia High School.
The construction schedule has been designed to limit
educational disruption, including FCAT testing, and to
comply with county noise ordinances, said Kraemer.
The new building will add two classrooms, four science
classrooms, seven reading labs, four math, two computer
and four science labs and one administrative suite. The
project also includes a covered outdoor seating area for stu-
The expansion is scheduled to be ready for students
when school reopens for the 2007-08 school year.
By Amy Quesinberry
The attorney for the developer of
the proposed 30-acre Oakdale subdi-
vision was present and eager to state
his case at the Nov. 14 Oakland Town
Commission meeting. This public
heariiig \\ as continued from Oct. 24.
There are two main issues plagu-
ing the 39-unit, single-family devel-
opment: where the retaining wall/sea
wall and individual docks will be lo-
cated and their effect on the adjacent
wetlands and Lake Apopka, and the *
need to pave several roads near the
Any time the subject of wetlands,
trees nature in general comes
up in Oakland, you can bet the com-
mission is going to fight to ensure the
ecosystem isn't compromised.
The town follows guidelines estab-
lished in recent years by Friends of
Lake Apopka. These rules outline such
subjects as sea walls and retaining
walls, docks, easements and septic
Attorney Lee Chotas who
showed up at last week's meeting with
an engineer and a representative from
Bio-Tech Consulting represents
developer David Ballinger. He argued
that his client purchased the property
approximately two years ago and has
(See Oakland, 2A)
West Orange Chamber reschedules
2006 Legislative Luncheon to Dec. 14
The West Orange Chamber of Com-
merce 2006 Legislative Luncheon has
been rescheduled for Thursday, Dec.
14. The event is sponsored by Health
Central and will feature the Central
Florida Delegation, which will dis-
cuss legislative goals and objectives for
2007. as well as give a recap of this
The luncheon will be held from
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Dou-
bletree Hotel at the entrance to Uni-
versal Orlando; 5780 Major Blvd., Or-
Tickets are $31 for Chamber mem-
bers, $41 for non-members and $248
for corporate tables of eight. A dollar
from each ticket will be contributed
to the West Orange Chamber Schol-
To purchase tickets, contact the
Chamber at 407-656-1304.
Photo by Kathy Aber
Young patients enjoy time with Reading Lady
Winter Garden resident Louise Tapper, a volunteer with the Adult Literacy League, is known to young patients
at the Winter Garden Children's Health Center as 'the Reading Lady.' For more than 2 years, Tapper has com-
mitted several hours a week reading books with youngsters while they wait for doctor's appointments a pro-
ject supported by Reading Reindeer. Recently she read a story to Eduardo and Rangel Vasquez. This week
the community of Windermere Estates challenged other West Orange County neighborhoods to host a holi-
day event for Reading Reindeer. The Estates is sponsoring a Jingle Jog Dec. 3 to benefit Reading Reindeer.
The neighborhood children will collect books and jog the community sporting T-shirts with the Reading Rein-
deer logo. Organize an event.- help Reading Reindeer bring more books to children this Christmas.
Meals being served
for those in need
Whether you're looking to help others in need this Thanksgiv-
ing holiday or are needing a good meal yourself, there is an abun-
dance of food available in Winter Garden.
Ezekiel Ministries is organizing a feeding on Thanksgiving
Day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Marvin C. Zanders Park in east Win-
ter Garden. The group plans to feed 200 people that day and is
looking for help with setting up, tearing down and serving meals.
To help, call David Buckles at 321-229-1663.
A prayer tent will be set up for spiritual counseling during this
time as well.
People wanting to help but unable to attend on Thanksgiving
can make a tax-deductible contribution.
Food For Families is looking for volunteers this Wednesday, Nov.
22, beginning at 8 p.m. and on Thursday, Nov. 23, starting at
8 a.m. Approximately 1,500 boxes of food need to be packaged
and delivered to more than 800 needy families in the area.
(See Meals, 2A)
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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
JAMES ANTHONY EISOLD, 78, Win-
ter Garden, died Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Becker Family Funeral home, Cler-
CLARA MOBLEY FREEMAN, Cler-
mont, died Nov. 13. She was a retired
nurse from West Orange Memorial
Hospital, Winter Garden. Survivors:
sons, James C. Jr., Atlanta, Donald
E., esquire, (and Susan T. Lenin),
Rocky Hill, Conn.; 6 grandchildren; 6
great-grandchildren; many nieces and
nephews. The memorial service will
be held at 11 a.m. this Saturday, Nov.
25, at St. Matthias Episcopal Church,
Clermont, with Canon Nelson Pender
officiating. Wilson-Eichelberger Mor-
NANCY J. BURKET HODGES, 49,
Sanford, died Nov. 13. She was born
in 1956 in Akron, Ohio. Survivors: hus-
Crist, Long- ..
Kathy) Burket, Winter Garden; 6
nephews; 3 nieces. Memorial dona-
tions can be made to Translife. Memo-
rial services are set for Thursday, Nov.
30, at 10 a.m. at the East Altamonte
Chapel of Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home. Interment follows at Highland
Memory Gardens, Apopka.
ROY E. LaBOSSIERE JR., 48, San-
ford, died Monday, Nov. 20. He was
employed by Sunbelt Corp. as a heavy
equipment transporter. He was a
member of Northland Community
Church, Longwood. His mother, Car-
ol, preceded him in death. Survivors:
daughter, Felicia; parents, Roy Sr. and
Jane; sisters, Janine (and Farrelle)
Emery, Suzanne Stone and fiance
Bryon Rule, Lori (and Tommy) Peters;
brothers, Steven (and Barbara), Lar-
ry (and Fay) Phillips, Russ (and Rhon-
da) Phillips; many cousins, aunts, un-
cles, nieces and nephews. Memorial
donations can be made to Hospice of
the Comforter in Altamonte Springs.
Cremation is being handled by Tri-
County Cremation Services of Long-
wood. Services, followed by a recep-
tion in celebration of Roy's life, were
planned at Northland Community
WALLACE WENDELL MOORE, 70,
Ocoee, died Nov. 12. Central Florida
Direct Cremation Service, Orlando.
RUBY ARBUTIS BALDWIN PERRY,
84, Winter Garden, died Saturday,
Nov. 18. She was preceded in death
by her sons, William Joseph Bentley,
Johnnie Lynn Bentley, David Carson
Bentley and Clyde Junior Bentley. Sur-
vivors: husband, Chester L.; son,
Robert (and Elizabeth) Bentley, Or-
lando; daughter, Charlotte Weber,
Winter Garden; 19 grandchildren; 50
great-grandchildren. Funeral services
were set for this Wednesday, Nov. 22,
at 10 a.m. at Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home, Winter Garden. Interment fol-
O akland (Continued from front page)
dren in 37 schools in Broward Coun-
ty. This would be the first Orange
County school for the company.
Commissioner Mike Satterfield
said the School Advisory Council
highly recommends this company.
After hearing details abbut the op-
eration, the commission voted to
look into entering a contract with
passed a resolution endorsing
and supporting the proposed
Nemours Children's Hospital for
Orlando. Commissioner Joseph Mc-
Mullen abstained from voting be-
cause he works for a healthcare
provider that would benefit from the
hospital being here.
agreed to issue a promissory note
for Rifaat Zackary for impact fees
totaling $13,385. Zackary is build-
ing two single-family affordable
homes and has agreed to pay the en-
tire amount before he can obtain his
certificate of occupancy. The Town
Commission made this decision be-
cause Oakland currently has no or-
dinance that addresses postponing
payment of impact fees. Because his
money is tied up in the construction
projects, Zackary asked to make the
payment upon the sale of the first
received a copy of a thank-you
letter that Police Chief Tim Driscoll
sent to Leonard and Theresa Hansen
of Apopka recognizing their recent
donation. The $20 will go toward
purchasing proper equipment for the
town's reserve officers.
were introduced to the police de-
partment's new accreditation'man-
ager, Robert "Bob" Bernhard, who
is a reserve officer with the town..
Bernhard has a number of years of
experience in criminal and drug in-
vestigations and is currently an in-
\estigator for a law firm. Accord-
ing to the chief, the department must
meet 154 standards to become ac-
agreed to ha\e Commissioner
Mona Phipps' again ser\e as the
town's liaison to the Oakland Na-
ture Preserve. Former Commissioner
Bill Dudzinski held the position be-
fore moving out of.state early this
Already spent $610,000 just to get
Sto the platting phase.
"He has bent over backward to
comply with town rules, St. Johns
River Water management District.
the count)...," Cholas said.
Now, Chotas said, Ballinger is up-
set that the FOLA guidelines are im-
peding his project, which will have
lakefront lots' priced at around
$400,000 and interior lots in the
SThe Oakland Nature Preserve
board wrote a letter stating its mem-
bers hope the town will follow
FOLA's guidelines. Mayor Kathy
Stark said: Castle & Cooke has
agreed to abideby the guidelines in
its Oakland Park community "so
it's proof that the guidelines are good
Phipps said: "'We're trying to pro-
tect what needs to be right. That's
why our roads are dirt....That's who
"We made Bella Collina work, we
:made Westyn Bay work, we made
'Oakland Park work we can make
If the town approves this devel-
Soprnent as presented, it would mean
paving Nixon Street from Oakland
Avenue to Briley Street, Walker
Street from Briley to Vick A\enue
and all of Vick in front of the sub-
Local resident Chris Lopez told
the commission she didn't want to
see the roads "chopped up into little
bits' of dirt and paving."
Mayor Kathy Stark expressed her
opinion: "This went to a referen-
dum, and residents don't want the
roads paved, and we need to abide by
Oakland officials are hoping to.
set up a meeting next week with all
the inol\ed parties. The town \ as
\waiting on documents from SJR-
NMD and Orange Counti.
In other business, the elected of-
heard a presentation from After
School Programs Inc. (ASP). a,
childcare company interested in pro-
viding an after-care program at Oak-
land Avenue Charter School. The
organization takes care of 6.000 chil-
The WVinter Garden Police Depart-
ment is organizing Neighborhood
Watch programs to help prevent
crime To start a program, call 407-
The police department offers free
home securityy surveys for residents
li\ ing \ within the cit\ limits.- An offi-
cer \ ill come to your house to check
doors. window \ s. locks, lighting and
alarm systems. To set an appointment.
lows at Highland Memory Gardens,
PAULA PRETTYMAN, 77, Winder-
mere, died Nov. 12. Woodlawn Fu-
neral Home, Gotha.
FLORENCE EMMA SHUSTER, 86,
Winter Garden, died Wednesday, Nov.
15. Becker Family Funeral Home,
JOEL C. STRICKLAND III, 64, Gotha,
died Friday, Nov. 17. He was born in
1942 in Durham, N.C., and moved to
Orlando when he was just a few years
old. His'family started the Auto Auction
of Orlando, and he was one of the
youngest (at the age of 9) to enter into
Auto Auctioneer School. He was an
Sauto auctioneer throughout his career.'
He attended Boone High School and
graduated from Bob Jones University.
:He later served in the United States
Army as a military police officer and
received a National Defense Service
Medal and was awarded for being an
expert rifleman. Survivors: sons, Joel
C. IV, Gotha, James B. Strickland,
Clermont; daughters, Susan Moeller,
Staci Revell, both of Clermont; sister,
Tonya Godley, Gbtha; 7 grandchildren.
A gathering for family and friends was
set for this Wednesday, Nov. 22, from
noon to 1:30 p.m. at Carey Hand Fu-
neral Home, 2811 Curry Ford Road,
Orlando. A graveside service will im-
mediately follow at Greenwood Ceme-
tery, 1603 Greenwood St.,'Orlando.
HERBERT R. THATCHER, 55,
Gotha, died Friday, Nov. 17. Wood-
lawn Funeral Home, Gotha.
WOHS Hall. of Fame
to begin accepting
The West Orange High Athletic
Hall of Fame committee is accepting
nominations for 2007. The forms are
due back to Peter Abatiello by Dec.
15. The Athletic Hall Of Fame Dinner-
will be held Feb. 24. at 6:30 p.m. at
Stoneybrook West Country Club.
Those eligible for the honor are
Sale and female athletes who played
in at least one sport from 1976-1987.
The committee, made up of Abatiel-
lo, Troy Hurst, Jimn Horvath, Tim
Smith, Joe McClellan, Ogie Kenniep,
Shannon Ross and John Boston, is
looking for athletes who excelled in
sports in high school and college and
had an impact on the community.
The Hall of Fame nomination ap-
plications can be picked up at the
WOHS front office, Joe McClellan's
State Farm office or at The West Or-
For more information, call Abatiel-
lo at 407-905-2400, Ext. 2215.
W.G. e-mail newsletter
To receive a free monthly informa-'
tional e-newsletter from the Winter
Garden Recreation Department, resi-
dents can register their e-mail ad-
dresses at 'the city's Web site. at
www.cwgdn.com. Call the rec office
at 407-656-4155 for more informa-.
The Winter Garden Heritage Foun-
dation is restoring the old (1935)
movie theater at 160 W. Plant St. A
capital campaign has been established,
and donations are being accepted.
Donor cards are available at the Win-
ter Garden History Center, 32 W. Plant
* For more infonnatlon, call 407-656-
Sign up for Head Start
Meals are available at no charge to
children enrolled in the Head Start
program in Orange County. Locally,
-the program is at Ma.ey Elementar)
School. 1100 E. Maple St., Winter
For information, call 407-836-6590.
Local police and fire reports
On Nov. 14, at approximately
11:50 a.m., the Ocoee Police De-
partment received a call regarding
an armed robbery at RG Crown
Bank, 121 N. Clarke Road, by two
The suspect vehicle was found
shortly thereafter in a subdivision
close to the bank. Ocoee officers
set up a perimeter and, with assis-
tance from Orange County K-9 and
CHASE, conducted a search of the
area with no results.
SDue to its proximity to the.bank,
Citrus Elementary School was
placed on lockdown for the duration
of the investigation and search.
One of the suspects was de-
scribed as a tall, athletically built
male wearing a black hooded
sweatshirt, black pants, black-and-
white gloves and a mask.:
The other suspect was described
Card of thanks
'Thank you to Pastor Ricky Fair-
Scloth and the members of Grace Wor-
ship Center and First Baptist Church
of Winter Garden and all who pro-
vided prayers, food and flowers for
6ur family during our time of loss.
A 'special thanks to Frank Scarlata
of Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral home
and the staff for taking care of us dur-
ing this time and to Pastor Hines of
Oakland Presbyterian Church. for
opemng up his church to us.
Thanks to all our friends and fam-
ily who provided love and support.
Your kindIess was greatly appreciat-
The family of Johnnie P. Lott -
Dean Lott; Bobby, Belinda, Scott
and April Fleming; and Paul,
Brenda, J.P. and Allie Lott
Senior Health Day
at West Oaks Mall
Senior Health Day is Tuesday, Dec. 5,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Belk in the
West Oaks Mall. There will be bingo
at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., as well as door
,prizes, informative seminars and ven-
dors presenting their services. Free
health testing well be available, also.
Lunch will be provided from 11:45
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The, first 50 peo-
ple to bring this article or their Senior
Day postcard will receive a free gift.
This event is open to seniors and their
families, as well as the West Orange
and South Lake communities.
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 Jean We-
myss at 407-654-9208 or Chris
Lunsford, Lakeview's SAFE coordi-
nator, at 407-877-5010.
English classes at
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
Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange County Head Start pro-
gram is enrolling preschoolers ages
3-5. Parents can register at 407-t56-
available at WGFD
The Winter Garden.Fire Depart-
ment's Fire Prevention Bureau offers
smoke detectors free of charge. Call
Fire Marshal Tom Anderson at 407-
656-4689, Ext. 2223, for information.
as a male of average height and
medium build wearing a long-
sleeved gray shirt under a baggy,
black short-sleeved shirt, camou-
flage pants, a dark baseball cap,
black-and-white gloves and a mask.
The suspects were armed with
semi-automatic handguns, one
black and silver and one all black.
They fled the bank with an unde-
termined amount of cash that was
placed in a blue cloth bag, possi-
bly a pillowcase. No injuries were
SAnyone with information on this
case is encouraged to contact the
Ocoee Police Department or
CrimeLine at 407-423-TIPS.
OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 86 calls for assistance
during the period of Nov. 9-15:
(Continued from front page)
Volunteers will meet at West Or-
ange High School, 1625 S. Beulah
Road, Winter Garden, both days.
For more information or to sign up,
call 407-445-9123 or 407-656-1515
or send an e-mail to joyrees@bell-
Mullets Seafood Restaurant and
Oyster Bar in Winter Garden is of-
fering a free dinner on Thanksgiving
Day, Thursday, Nov. 23, from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. The annual celebration is
sponsored by Mullets, and Grace Wor-
ship Center, both in Winter Garden,
and the West Orange Christian Ser-
vice Center in Ocoee.
Mullets is at 731 S. Dillard St., Suite
For more information, call 407-656-
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 87 calls for as-
sistance from Nov. 12-18:
Emergency medical calls--56
Automatic fire alarms-7
The Seniors First Meals on
Wheels is in serious need of
.volunteer drivers. There are
currently 65 routes needing
The meal routes are locat-
ed across Orange County and
are open Monday-Friday,
each route taking about an
Seniors First is a non-prof-
it social service agency serv-
ing seniors in Orange Coun-
ty with Meals on Wheels,
neighborhood lunch pro-
grams, home repairs, trans-
portation and guardianship
Anyone who can give one
hour a week should contact
Wayne Gardner at 407-292-
0177, Ext. 253.
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The family of
Charles Eugene Shirley
Remembers him on November
22, 1999, the anniversary of his
death. With love and pride and
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', Telephone book
Recycle old telephone books now
through Feb. 16. Residents of unin-
Scorporated Orange County should
place their old phone books in the or-
S;ange recycling bin for regular recy-
Scling day collection. More than 6,500
Stones of telephone books have been re-
cycled since Orange County began
Sthe recycling program.
For more information, call Orange
SCounty Utilities Solid Waste Hotline
The Orange County School Board
held a public hearing on the school
calendar for 2007-08 on Nov. 14.
The board delayed adoption of the
Calendar until no later than the Dec.
12 regular meeting.
The School Board wants to get
feedback from the calendar com-
mittee about shifting proposed stu-
dent/teacher holiday s from April
'2008 to Nov 2007. Although the
new school calendar was not ap-
--pro ed, the calendar under consid-
eration has a Monday, Aug. 20,,start
date as the first day of school next
The calendar committee, which is
made up of parents, teach eis. prin-
cipals, clerical staff, representatives
From Classroom Teachers Associa-
tion, the PTSA and district staff, de-
Seloped the calendar from input from
Schools and the community.
A new state la\\ stipulates that be-
ginning with the 2007-08 school year
and each year thereafter, the open-
ing dates for schools may not be ear-
lier than 14 days before Labor Day.
The legislation made it necessary for
the School Board to make changes
to the calendar.
For more information, call School
Board Sen ices at 4077-317-3236.
Light Up Winter
Residents can witness downtown
Plant Street being turned into a win-
ter wonderland at this year's Light Up
Winter Garden. In addition to the tra-
ditional street lighting and holiday
performances, children can play on a
short, snow-covered sledding course.
The annual event is Friday, Dec. 1,
from 6-9 p.m. in downtown Winter
The West Orange Ministerial As-
sociation will host the tree- and street-
lighting ceremony beginning at 6, and,
as always, guests can enjoy holiday
music, soloists, a candlelight cere-
Garden is Dec. 1
mony and a street-lighting that will
illuminate thousands of decorative
lights throughout the downtown area.
The festivities continue with car-
riage rides, children's train rides (for
a small fee), holiday performances on-
stage by carolers and other local
groups, visits with Santa Claus, food
and craft vendors, face painting and
12 tons of snow. Downtown busi-
nesses will be open late for shopping,
For more information, call the Win-
ter Garden Recreation Department at
Bowling fund-raiser to benefit Warriors at West Orange High
Carter Family Bowl is sponsoring a Tickets are $30 and include food
"Field of Dreams" bowling fund-rais- and drink.
er Saturday, Dec. 9, to support the For more information, call 407-656-
West Orange Warriors. The event is 2000. Carter Family Bowl is at 715
from 5:30-8 p.m. S. Dillard St. in Winter Garden.
Pnoto by Micnael Laval
The Winter Garden Fire Department received a $35,000 grant to be used for a fire safety house. Gathered
for last Friday's check presentation are (I-r): Chief John Williamson; Kathy O'Toole, Fireman's Fund Insur-
ance Co.; Jeff Darling, Lighthouse Underwriting; and Mayor Jack Quesinberry.
Winter Garden Fire Dept. receives grant for fire safety house
The Winter Garden Fire Department
will be able to better teach the public
about fire safety thanks to a $35,000
grant received last week..
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. and
Lighthouse Underwriters awarded the
city fire department with the grant to
cover most of the cost for a new high-
tech fire safety house.
The mobile unit simulates real-world
fireconditions in a home with the pur-
pose of educating children about how
to respond in such an emergency. In-
structors can fill a room in the house
with simulated smoke and use a heat-
ed door to teach children about the fire
on the other side. The fire safety house
is also used to educate children on safe-
Wind e rm e re (Continued from front page)
property insurance premiums paid by hour-long discussion, the council took
Windermere residents from a state gen- no action.
-eral fund to the pension fund for Ocoee learned from Bernier that the town
firefighters. These premiums are al- WVeb site is being redesigned and soon
,readv in effect and no%\ % ill benefit %\ill include a list of to%%n services.
lithe Oco firefighters who provide e forms. the newsletter, meeting rmnutes
and rescue services for Windermere and information on town committees.
residentst. She is working with Wheeler Design on
I. unanimously approved the volun- the site upgrade.
.tary annexation of property on Wonder heard a report from do\ ntown pro-
"Lane that is contiguous \w ith the town ject manager Don Greer that \ warranty
boundaries and previous. w as par- work on the brick streets and curb mod-
ijiallv in the to\n and the county ifications would begin in two weeks.
". held a first reading of three ordi- around Dec. 4. He said all utilities in the
lances. The first sets out the ballot lan- downtown n area are now buried under-
'guage to present voters ith proposed ground and Progress Energy has
amendments to the To%\ n Charter at promised to remo\ e te former power
, the March to%%n election. The second poles in the near future.
permits the Code Enforcement Board made appointments to se eral town
to impose increased fines for repeat vi- committees. The council appointed
nations. The third sets up a fee sched- Molly Rose and Burns Ho-eN to the
le so the town can collect costs asso- Development Re\ iew Board, added
;iated with new construction projects George Poelker and DeWayne'Thrift to
rom applicants. All three will be the Code Enforcement Board and
Scheduled for a second reading, public agreed to form a Septic/Sewer Volun-
earing and possible adoption in De- teer Committee \\ ih Jim Clark as the
ember. chairperson and Roger Gathn. Dennis
listened to a presentation by Virginia Brabec. Jess Green and Richard Gon-
7assady, an attorney with the Mait- zalez as members.
and firm Langston. Hess, Bolton, *under the consent agenda. appro\ ed
;hepard and Augustine. on the pro- a sign permit for Patricia Denson. 401
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"This is a priceless tool to teach our
community's children how to protect
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Mayor Jack ,Quesinberry joined
Williamson and representatives of Fire-
man's Fund, Lighthouse and Image
Technical Services at last Friday'-s
"We are pleased so many children
will be served by this safety house,"
said Jeff Darling, Lighthouse vice pres-
ident. "Thousands of kids will now
have the opportunity to explore, dis-
cover and learn how to protect them-
selves in an emergency."
The safety house grant is being paid
for by Fireman's Fund, a property and
casualty insurance company that pro-
vides grants to fire departments through
its Heritage SM program. Through this
initiative, insurance agencies like Light-
house are able to direct grants to de-
partments in their communities.
Bob Brook, CEO and COO of Image
Technical Services in Winter Garden
helped identify a need in the commu-
nity where the grant could make a dif-
"The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment does a superb job ser% ing our
conununir. and it \\ ill no\\ ha\ e a crit-
ical teaching tool to enable kids to help
protect themsel es." Brook said.
Health Central Park's Adult Day Program
now has openings
Health Central Park's Adult Da\ Program offers a fun-filled day for
seniors. Recreational programs include field trips to Leu Gardens, pic-
nics by the lake. WednesdaN luncheons at restaurants in the area. mu-
sical programs. performance groups, cooking classes. Spanish classes.
and more. DailN lunch and snacks are provided. Transportation ser-
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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
Letters to the editor
From our archives
School board member comments on Ocoee High rezoning
One of the most consistent realities of life is change. This
change is impacting our communities every day as more
Families move here from every part of the country and, more
accurately, every part of the globe.
This influx of new neighbors has a cost on our daily lives.
As a School Board member, I have no control over the rate
of growth, and we are desperately trying to keep up. The Class
Size Amendment also created a problem since all existing
and future.schools must be retooled to accommodate few-
er students per class in the same amount of space. This
amendment resulted in the immediate need for 31 new
schools, without adding a single student in Orange Coun-
ty. This year, Orange County opened 10 new schools, and
This pace will not be slowing down any time soon.
With this sonic-paced growth, it is important not to for-
get our priority the safety and education of our children.
* We cannot and should not be building campuses any larg-
er than what is best for them. This was the approach taken
at all of our new schools and when older schools are rebuilt
The attendance zones drawn by the community and staff
must be a logical approach that looks at all aspects of op-
: rating a school. The size of the campus and the number of
students who attend it are very important to the safety and
social development of the child. For this reason, Orange
-County's prototype high school only provides student sta-
about 2,700. To build them any larger would not consider
Show easy it is for any child to be lost in a sea of overcrowded
halls, files, cafeterias, media centers and faces.
Schools should also be placed close to the community
where the students live. This same community will be re-
sponsible for supporting the school and making it a suc-
''cessful place for learning. Also, the location will directly af-
fect the transportation costs that burden the school system.
The price of gas, maintenance, administration and drivers
Stakes away from the funding that could otherwise be used
in the classroom.
Ideally, attendance zones would create feeder patterns
Where elementary students would continue together to mid-
dle school and then to high school as a group. This is not
Always possible, but as new schools are created, the School
Board has the option of improving this aspect of the dis-
trict. Next year when the new high school opens on Hi-
awassee Road, this approach is being used as the baseline
for the new maps. Currently, students who attend Apopka
High School come from Wolf Lake, Apopka Memorial,
Piedmont Lake and Lockhart middle schools. The Option
2 map for the rezoning shows Wolf Lake and Apopka
Memorial middle schools staying at Apopka High School
and creating an exact feeder pattern. It will also move over
470 students out of Ocoee High School. This same map
also shows Piedmont Lakes and half of the students at Lock-
hart Middle attending the new school on Hiawassee Road.
(The remaining half of Lockhart Middle will continue'at-
tending Edgewater High School.)
As a result of the continued development of the sur-
rounding area, Ocoee High School is already 500 students
over its intended capacity. And the assault on the classroom
space will not be stopped anytime soon. It is because of the
growth of the past two years and the continued speed of
new families moving in that Ocoee High School needs re-
lief now. The feeder patterns will provide some of this re-
lief, but we cannot turn our backs on the problem. To allow
all of our children to attend schools that are not overcrowded,
some neighborhoods that are outside these feeder patterns
may attend the new high school.
Two new policies are being brought before the School
Board that will ease this transition. First, the first policy al-
lows the new high school to be opened in its first year with-
out a senior class. This allows all students to graduate with
their friends and not have to transfer out of either high
school in their senior year. This also allows seniors to take
a fuller range of courses that may not be available in the
school's opening year.
The second policy relates to the students who were moved
from either West Orange or Apopka High School two years
ago: These students will have the choice of either staying
Sat their current school or moving to the new school.
There is no way that a city the size of Ocoee now or in
the future can expect to have all of their students attend
only one high school. It is not right for the students.
Jim Martin, Vice Chair
Orange County School Board
70 years ago
The big question seemed to be whether to continue
the taxes on slot machines in Winter Garden or to do
away with them.
A warning was sent out to the kids in Winter Garden
concerning the activities on Halloween night.
40 years ago
The Lakeview Red Devils won the Orange Belt Con-
ference title when they trounced their old rival, Apopka,
40-19. Team members included Mark Hodge, Mark
Walker, Doug Thompson, Pat Lyons, Harold Tillman, Jan
Gowland, John Gowland, Jerry Carris, Chris Brown,
Billy Barker, Gary Youngblood, Mick Hutchinson, Rick
Hutchinson, Reggie Stearns, Denny Reid, Larry Gra-
ham, Teddy Melinn, Ronald Johnson, David Ashley,
Danny Lashley, Chuck Sargent, Fred Owens, Ed Dup-
penthaler, Bill Cappleman, Gene Heidt and Jud Paterson.
Managers were Mike Youngblood, Ronnie Russ and
35 years ago
Winter Garden Mayor George Barley received a "Girl
Scouts Care" bumper sticker from Cadette Scout Rhon-
da Connell, Brownie Carla Crosslin and Scout Kathi
Norris. In Windermere, Mayor John Luff was given a
bumper sticker by Brownie Anne Passilla, Scout Cherie
Jones and Cadette Scout Lisa Perechlin. The CARE pro-
gram has a special theme each month and involves the
girls in community projects.
30 years ago
Glenn Joiner and Son Inc. is launching its 40th year of
doing business. Glenn Joiner came to Winter Garden in
1933, married Thelma Anderson and opened a service sta-
tion and used-parts junkyard. Now a successful NAPA
auto parts business, it is located on Plant Street in Win-
ter Garden. Son George grew up in the business and is
now running it. George's sons, Wesley and Glenn, both
work around the store occasionally.
Those Girls Boutique has relocated at the Ramada Inn
West on Highway 50 at Maguire Road. Kay Sims and
Eleanor Lauren have operated the boutique for six years
- first on Main Street in Windermere and then in the
Turkey Lake Shopping Center.
25 years ago
Ocoee United Methodist Church celebrates its 100th
birthday. Organized in 1881 were the Methodist church-
es of Starke (later named Ocoee), Conway, Geneva and
15 years ago
To be presented at the West Orange Junior Service
League Debutante Ball at the Peabody Orlando are:
Meredith Aber, Maggie Cuddy, Alison Grant, Kimber-
ly Griffith, Marea Ogren, Tammie Schuyten, Rebekah.
Anne Shelton, Jennifer Sevig, Amy Walls and Joanne
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BankFIRST begins 'socially responsible' program
Speaking to area business and com-
munity leaders this month, Julie Kl-
effel, BankFIRST Winter Garden area
president, announced the launch of
West Orange County's socially re-
sponsible banking program one
that guarantees depositors' funds will
be invested locally to support com-
Originally launched in the bank's
Winter Park market last year, the pro-
gram has expanded to include West
Orange County and the surrounding
Money deposited in the "Socially
Responsible Banking for West Or-
ange County" (SRB) program, will be
reinvested solely to provide jobs, af-
fordable housing, environmental im-
provements and to spur downtown de-
velopment, improve childcare and
support the area's non-profit and faith-
"We believe social responsibility
must begin at home," Kleffel said.
The first West Orange County re-
cipient of the SRB program is the Bay
Street Church of God in Christ. Bank-
FIRST has committed to a SRB loan
to be used to assist the church in build-
ing a new day care facility to provide
much-needed affordable childcare for
families in the greater West:Orange
"Responsibility is, only given to
those who have the ability to respond," .
said Pastor Byron Stevenson of Bay
Street Church of God in Christ. "The
BankFIRST Socially Responsible
Banking program is an answer to a
community need, thereby empowering
organizations to make communities
stronger and the quality of life.bet-
Among SRB supporters, and its first
West Orange County depositors, are
the cities of Ocoee and Winter Gar-
den and the town of Oakland.
"I have no doubt that West Orange
will reap the benefits from this excel-
lent program spearheaded by Bank-
FIRST," said Ocoee City Manager
SRB depositors earn a market rate
of interest, currently up to 4.5 percent,
in FDIC-insured accounts at Bank-
FIRST. A checking account version
of the SRB product is also available.
A 12-member community advisory
council of business and community
leaders will help refer socially re-
sponsible loan candidates.
BankFIRST President and CEO
Donald McGowan said the SRB pro-
gram is not a charity but an invest-
merit. All SRB loans, he explained,
must meet BankFIRST's underwrit-
"Depositors earn interest and loan
recipients pay back their loansso we
can lend these funds again to other
worthy local causes," McGowan said.
"We want to make sure these funds
are invested wisely and well."
BankFIRST's West Orange Coun-
ty financial center is located at 13207
W. Colonial Drive in Winter Garden
and is open. from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sand La ke renamed Dr., P. Phillips Hospital
O Orlando Regional Healthcare and
:: Dr. Phillips Charities have had a strong
-presence in Central Florida and a
. shared mission to serve for nearly 100
I Throughout the past 40 years, the
two organizations have been neighbors
and partners in countless programs and
initiatives to enrich the liBes of resi-
dents in southwest Orlando.
Orlando Regional Healthcare Foun-
dation has chosen to honor Dr. Phillips
Charities histocn leadership and sup-
port of the organization's healthcare
mission b\ renaming Orlando Regional
Sand Lake Hospital as The Dr. P.
The foundation announced the name
change during a reception honoring
Dr. Phillips Charities last Tuesday.
Sponsored by HKS Architects Inc.,
Designers for the hospital's expansion
plans, the e.ent was held at Renais-
Ssance Orlando Resort at SeaWorld.
The name change will be effective Jan.
27 to commemorate the birthday of Dr.
"The new name reflects the long-
time commitment of Dr. Phillips Char-
ities' community leadership and com-
munit investment at Orlando Regional
as a w hole and at Sand Lake Hospi-
tal." said Shannon Els ick. president
of Sand Lake Hospital. "What will not
change is our indelible commitment to
continue as a thriving medical campus
that offers excellent healthcare to our
comhiunity and tourists in the area. We
remain a par of the Orlando Region-
al Healthcare family guided by our
dedicated team of administrators and
compassionate team members."
"The long-standing relationship be-
tween Dr. Phillips Inc.. the Dr. P.
Phillips Foundation and Orlando Re-
Sgional has led to the development and
expansionbf a medical facility that not
only serves the residents of the Dr.
Phillips 'community, but also sur-
rounding areas and visitors to Central
Florida" said Ed Furey mI, president of
Dr. Phillips Inc. and executi %e vice
president and treasurer of The Dr. P.
Phillips Foundation. "We are proud to
continue the legac. of the Phillips fam-
ily and look forward to a bright future
for the Dr. Phillips community and
Dr. Phillips Charities, comprised of
The Dr. P. Phillips Foundation and Dr.
Phillips Inc.. demonstrated its first
show of support to Orlando Regional
The Phillips family was well known
for philanthropy and support for pro-
grams that addressed community
needs. Orange Memorial Hospital.
known today as Orlando Regional
Medical Center. became a beneficia-
ry of the family's generosity.
"In the late 1940s, Dr. Phillips, a true
visionary, hired a land planner to ful-
fill a dream of establishing a self-sup-
porting community where people
would live, work and play." said Jim
Hinson. chairman of the board of both
The Dr. P. Phillips Foundation and Dr
"Several \ears ago, the land that rep-
resented the first successful citrus grove
that Dr. Phillips ow ned was pro ided
to Orlando Regional for the establish-
ment of a community hospital. Now\
through the consideration of the Or-
lando Regional Foundation, we have
the opportunity to place another jewel
in the crown of the Dr. Phillips com-
munity w ith the changing of the name
of the hospital to Dr. P. Phillips Hos-
Over the ears, Sand Lake Hospital
and Dr. Phillips Charities have part-
nered in many \\ ays to serve Central
Florida residents and visitors.
"Dr. Phillips Chanties has provided
major support for Arnold Palmer Hos-
pital for Children, Howard Phillips
Center for Children and Families and
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Or-
lando." said Karen Jensen. \ ice presi-
dent, Development for the Foundation.
"Now, Dr. Phillips Charities has
stepped forw ard again with a $5 million
gift in support of comprehensive cap-
ital and program needs in our s\ stem.
The nanung is a culmination of the his-
tort of Dr. Phillips Chanties' support
throughout the organizauon and is the
perfect opportunity for Dr. Phillips
Charities to be recognized at its origi-
nal 'home' within Orlando Regional.
This is a proud association of two cen-
tury-old organizations wo\en togeth-
er with shared timeless fundamental
values people, community and ser-
The new name for Sand Lake Hos-
pital is part of the beginning of a new
chapter in growth. To keep pace with
the rapidly grow ing need and demand
for healthcare services in southwest
Orlando neighborhoods, the hospital
is planning a significant expansion pro-
ject. Portions of the project are ex-
pected to break ground next summer.
The five-story expansion plan includes
290 beds. nearly\ doubling the current
150-bed capacity, as well as addition-
al critical care beds and operating
Orlando Regional Healthcare, a
1,780-bed pri\ ate, not-for-profit orga-
mzation w as established in 1918 The
hospital system serves more than
640.000 Central Florida residents and
4.500 international patients annually.
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whether they are in a flood plain or not.
Flood insurance covers direct loss caused
by surface flooding caused by a river flow-
ing over its.banks, a lake or ocean storm.
or localdrainge problems. Property own-
ers must purchase flood insurance at
least 30 days before a flood occurs. This
coverage can be purchased through any
property insurance company.
For buildings ma Special Flood Hazard
Area, the federal agency or lender by law
must require the recipient to purchase flood
insurance for structural coverage equal to
the amount of the loan up to a maximum
. of $185,000 for a single-family home. Call
your insurance agent or the NFIP at'800-
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Pelican Bay Development
announced plans to begin'
construction on its Winder-
mere Business Center project
by the end of November.
ment will be located at the in-
tersection of Conroy and
Turkey Lake roads.
Half of the office and retail
condominiums in the
center are already spoken for,
according to Jim Nashman,
president of Pelican Bay De-
Ashton Woods Homes
hosts grand openings
Ashton Woods Homes recently
hosted grand openings at three Win-
dermere area communities.
The homebuilder opened Lakeside
condominiums, which is located off
County Road 535 and features an
8.500-square-foot cornmunitL club-
house \\ ith state-of-the-art fitness cen-
ter and other amenities.
The Encla\e at Berkshire Park held
its grand opening celebration off
Overstreet Road. The 188-iunit de-
velopment is comprised of single-
family homes priced from the high
Ashton Woods Homes also hosted
a grand opening event at Thornhill,
located off Reams Road The com-
munity features 105 single-family,
homes pnced from the lo\ $400s. .
Renovation completed in MetroWest
Leffler & Heaney recently completed an $11 million renovation at Gates
of Harbortown, a 428-unit apartment complex located in MetroWest. For
more information, log onto www.LHIrenovation.com.
FX Group launches new multimedia Web site
FX Group, a leading scenic design
firm, launched its new broadcast divi-
sion Web site earlier this month.
The site, which had been in devel-
opment for nearly four months, pro-
vides detailed information about the
Emmy-winning company 's broadcast set
design services, staff and portfolio.
''We're very proud and excited about
this site." saidMackMcLaughlin, CEO
and creative director of FX Group. "It
puts a wealth of information about FX
right in front of ans one \ ith an Inter-
net connection" .
The Web site, located at www.fx-
grouptv.com, includes an overview of
FX's complete tumrke. set design and
fabrication ser' ices, an industry -ex-
clusi\ e, as \ ell as the company's design
process, shot-by-shot design philoso-
ph\ and high definion set design ex-
Behind the scenes. McLaughhn said,
the site utilizes cutting-edge technolo-
gy.to serve up a dynamic and unique
"We wanted our site to take advan-
tage of the Intemet's rich multimedia ca-
pabilities to deliver a site that's excit-
ing and fun for users to browse," said
FX Vice President Kathy Mosher-
Using Flash Video, the same pro-
gram that powers popular sharing sites
like YouTube, FX has become one of
the first scenic design firms to offer full
motion video clips on its Web site. In
another first, the new site also includes
user-controller panoramic virtual tours
of select:sets powered by QuickTime.
FX Group's Web site, Mosher-Boule
added, % ill continue to evol\ e over the
coming months and years. It will bte up-
dated regular% to showcase the com-
panI 's latest projects. plus new features
w ill be added based on user feedback.
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Warmth and comfort, it is what you expect from
your home's heating equipment. That is exactly
what natural gas delivers, immediate warm air,
without the cool draftiness of heating systems.
Gas-heated air registers about 110F to 130' F.
Electric heat pumps by comparison, circulate
air in the 90"F range. That is considerably
cooler than normal body temperature and'
fort rnany, uncomfortably chilly.
High efficiency gas heating systems are '
economical to operate and adapt readily to
conserve energy. Natural gas offers the
flexibility to save energy with convenient
options, like setting the thermostat at night,
or when no one is home.
Heating equipment is one of your homes
largest energ) users. Depending on where
and how yon live, the money you will save
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heating with natural gas could be significant.
la popka Natural-Gas District is coordinating a program with a
local doiitractor to ,offer our customers an opportunity to purchase a
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6A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
County fair continues
through Sunday eve
The Orange County Fair on
East Plant Street in Winter Gar-
den will continue through this
Sunday, Nov. 26. It is set up just
west of the 429 Western Belt-
The fair includes James E.
Strates Shows, featuring more
than 100 rides, concessions, fair
food, skill games and a special
Kiddieland midway with 25
rides. There are free daily and
nightly shows, such as
Wambold's Circus Menagerie,
Central Florida performer Vernon
Hall and Latin singer Marceli-
no Batres Alvarado.
West Orange High School's
FFA and 4-H will exhibit live-
stock, and there will be displays
of John Deere equipment, off-
road equipment, hot tubs and
spas, motorcycles and water-
The U.S. Armed Forces will
set up a display, as well.
Special discounts include:
Midweek. Madness -
Wednesday, ride all rides all
night for $15;
Kids Fun Days Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, ride all
rides noon to 5 p.m. for $10;
Thanksgiving Day free
admission this Thursday, Nov.
The fair opens its gates at 5
p.m. weekdays and at noon Fri-
day-Sunday. Admission is free
for children 12 and younger and
$3 for adults. Free parking is.
available on the grounds.
Rotary guest speaker
Crystal Yoakum, director of Hope Charter and Legacy High schools, was
a guest speaker.at a recent Winter Garden Rotary Club meeting. Char-
ter schools are public schools. eared toward special opportunities or
populations. Hope serves typical children with autism inclusion and re-
quires the students to make healthy food choices. The school has
grown from 80 students about 6 years ago to 240 today. Hope has stu-
dents through 8th grade, and Legacy High was formed to allow these
students to remain in this curriculum. Tenth grade was added this year.
The school also plans to add a high school building with a gym. Above,
at the meeting, are, I-r, Winter Garden Rotary President David Sylvester,
Yoakum and Rotary member Lisa Bennett.
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United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida cares for children with all
disabilities and developmental delays from birth to age 21. We ad-
dress the child's cognitive social, emotional, self-help and
physical needs. We olfer many services, including:
Pre-school Charter School -FREE luilion for
Eligible children '
Home & community early intervention
Developmental "Parent and Child" playgroups
Physical, speech and occupational therapy
evaluations and treatment
Support groups, training & counseling for the
Blood drive at
C&W Trucking Inc. has planned
another blood drive for Friday, Dec. 1,
from 2-5 p.m. The company is at 703
Hennis Road, Winter Garden. All
donors must present photo identifica-
tion at the time of donation.
The public is being encouraged to
participate. For more information, call
Children with Down
syndrome invited to
ride on parade float
Angelina Sanders is looking for
West Orange County children with
Down syndrome to ride on a float in
the Winter Garden Christmas Parade.
The parade is Dec. 2, and the float is
being sponsored by the Down Syn-
Sanders is asking one adult to ride
with each child on the flatbed trailer
and is hoping to get 10-15 children to
participate. Anyone who would like
to decorate the float is invited to do
so, as well.
Participants will throw candy and'
T-shirts. To be included on the parade
float, contact Sanders at 321-228-0987
shoot is Dec. 2
The West Orange Civitan will hold
its second annual turkey shoot Dec. 2
at the Winter Garden Elks Lodge on
Ninth Street. The event begins at 8 a.m.
and lasts until the last turkey is gone.
SAll ages are welcome, and there will
be food and beverages available for
purchase. All proceeds are used to help
people in need in West Orange Coun-
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 Garden.
sessions to benefit
Relay for Life team
The Beulah Baptist Church Relay
For Life team is hosting a second
Christmas portrait session to benefit the
team and the American Cancer Soci-
ety. The portraits will be taken by
Andy Murphy Photography Saturday,
Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the
church's Fellow\ship Hall.
No reservations are necessary.,
There is no sitting fee, and there will
be a number of photo packages for
purchase; including holiday cards.
The church is at 671 Beulah Road,
\\ nter Garden. For more informa-
tion, call 407-656-3342.
Because of the Thanksgi, ing holi-
day, Winter Garden residents whose
normally scheduled sanitation pick-
up is on Thursda\s will have their
garbage picked up on Monday, Nov.
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Scout creates planters for Health Central Park residents ;+
Steven Alonzo of Boy Scout Troop 120 completed a stand-alone garden with flowerbed planters for the res- ;i
dents of the Rose Garden neighborhood at Health Central Park in Winter Garden recently. Alonzo, a se-
nior at Dr. Phillips High School and a member of the Business Academy, has been a Scout since the 1st
grade. He worked for weeks on the project before he began building the planters. He received help from
Scout troop members and family friends and raised more than $1,000 to make the stand-alone gardens.;
West Orange Lumber donated the wood. At the unveiling of the project are, I-r, Scoutmaster Michael Oliv-
er, Chris Oliver keelingng, Steven Alonzo, Judy Skilton (director of.recreation therapy at HCP), Ben Truong,
Nigel Cassar, James Roach and Scoutmaster Jimmy Roach. Troop 120 is sponsored by the New Hori- ,1
zons Church, and HCP is at 411 N. Dillard St., both in Winter Garden.
Santa touring city.
streets Dec. 4-8
The Winter Garden Fire Depart- .
ment will escort Santa Claus on his
visit to the neighborhoods within the
city. Santa will be in the following ar-
north of Colonial Drive and east of
Dillard Street on Dec. 4;
* north of Colonial Drive and west
of Dillard Street on Dec. 5;
south of Colonial Drive and west
of Daniels Road on Dec. 6 and 7;
south of Colonial Drive and east
of Daniels Road on Dec. 8.
Santa and his firefighter, police and
city helpers will bring holiday music,
candy and good cheer as they make
their way through the streets of Win-
ter Garden between 6 and 9 p.m. An
alternative date is set for Dec. 11 if
weather interrupts one of Santa's vis-
Hyde Park Crafters
preparing for Nov. 25
show and bake sale
The Hyde Park Crafters have been
busy this month preparing for their
annual craft show and bake sale this
Saturday, Nov.,25. TheN ha\ e added
a Breakfast and Lunch Cafe thi s \ ear.
The show runs from 9 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. and is open to the public at the
Hyde Park Clubhouse. There will be
quilts, glass and wood Cl aft, pillow\ s,
wall hangings and bags. Hyde Park is
on West Colonial Drive.in Winter
W.G. e-mail newsletter
To receive a free monthly informa-
tional e-newsletter from the Winter
Garden Recreation Department, resi-
dents can register their e-mail ad-
dresses at the city's Web site at
www.cwgdn.coni. Call the rec office
at 407-656-4155 for more informa-
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Kiwanis hears 2 speakers
West Orange Kiwanis welcomed 2 speakers at its recent. meeting.
Lenny Stark (left), Kiwanis president, and Mervyn Johnsbn (right), vice
president, introduce Wesley Kirton, editor of Central Florida's 'Caribbean
Sun,' and Mike Madowi of First Financial Employee Leasing. Madowi
explained the concept of employee leasing and showed advantages to
the smaller entrepreneur in reducing paperwork and liability in han-
dling the government requirements as an employer. Kirton pointed out
the diversity in population in West Orange County and the many ad-
vantages to that diversity. Kiwanis meets Wednesday mornings at the
Winter Garden IHOP. Visitors are welcome. Call Pat Foreman at 407-
293-6101 for more information.
American Legion presents certificate :i
Post 63 member Kathleen C. Napotnik has received her certificate for
10 years of continuous service to the American Legion. Adjutant James
R. Fleming Sr. presented the award to Napotnik at her home. ,
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Thursday, November 23, 2006 The West Orange Times 7A
The final day to register for the
Winter Garden Police Department's
Toys for Needy Children program is
Wednesday, Nov. 29, from 4-7 p.m.
at the police department, 251 W. Plant
To register, parents or guardians
must have the child's birth certificate,
proof of residency (such as a utility
bill) and a Florida ID card or a Flori-
da driver's license with a current Win-
ter Garden address.
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 department, or a time can be
arranged for pick-up.
The distribution date is Dec. 16. For
more information, call the police de-
partment at 407-656-3636.
the fire station
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment has promoted 4 firefighters to
the position of engineer. An engi-
neer is responsible for safely op-
erating the fire engine on the road
and while at emergency scenes.
With, Fire Chief John Williamson
(far left) are the new engineers, I-
r, Tim Dunmire, Sean Riser and
Shawn Kelly. Firefighter Ken
Moisan (pictured at right) was also
promoted to the engineer position
but is currently on deployment with
the Air Force in Iraq. The city has
also hired Carlos Rodriguez as a
part-time fire inspector.
Scouts gather donated food
Members of Troop 210 participated in this year's Scouting For Food event
on the weekends of Nov. 4 and 11. Brothers Kevin and Keith Rausch
were among those who helped with the annual effort, which collected
500,000 pounds of food last year for the needy in Central Florida.
AARP to meet
The West Orange AARP Chapter
3697 will meet Dec. 4 at 12:30 p.m.
at:he Hyde Park Clubhouse on West
Colonial Drive in Winter Garden and
darpool to the Olive Garden for a
Christmas party. There will also be
an installation of officers for the new
All seniors 50 and older in the area,
as well as out-of-town guests, are in-
vited to attend the meeting.
Doris Merchant will be collecting
children's books for The West Or-
ange Times Reading Reindeer pro-
gram. Also, members are asked to
bring layette items for newborns,
which will be given to the Accept
Pregnancy Center as this year's
Christmas project. The regular do-
nation of canned or boxed food for
the West Orange Christian Service
Center in Ocoee is also important.
Ongoing collection projects include
used postage stamps, eyeglasses,
hearing aids and aluminum pop tabs.
For more information, call Presi-
dent Esther Braswell at 407-905-
Downtown Winter Garden has sev.-
eral museums honoring the city's his-
tory. The Winter Garden Heritage Mu-
seum is at 1 N. Main St. There is no
admission. For information or to
schedule a tour for large groups, call
407-656-5544. The Winter Garden
History Center is downtown on West
Plant Street. For information, call 407-
656-3244. The Central Florida Railroad
Museum is at 101 S. Boyd St. For in-
formation, call 407-656-0559.
Children of the World Internation-
al Choir will be in concert at Faith
Family Community Church of the
Nazarene, 305 Beulah Road, Winter
Garden, on Sunday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m.
FFCC is at the corer of Beulah and
Warrior roads south of West Orange
The public is invited to attend. For
details, call the church at 407-877-
The West Orange VFW Post 4305
and Ladies Auxiliary have announced
the winners of several contests.
Voice of Democracy Taylor
Elliott, first place; Zachary Elliott,
second; Joshua Tyree, third. All three
attend Circle Christian School.
Patriot's Pen Ashley Rauler-
son, first; Victoria Surujrall, second;
Jaclyn Albers, third. Raulerson and
Surujrall attend Lakeview Middle
School, and Albers is home-schooled.
Teacher of the Year Cathy
Restivo, who has taught 26 years at
Lakeview Middle School.
The essays have been submitted to
the District 18 VFW for further judg-
Quilting Club to meet
The West Orange Quilting Club
meets the second Monday of each
month from 6-9 p.m. at Little Hall on
Surprise Drive in Winter Garden. The
next gathering is Dec. 11. Those par-
ticipating must call Barb, Deborah or
Wendy at 407-656-5400 to get a list of
The guest speaker is Marie from the
Material Girl Quilt Shop. Participants
should bring their machine and a
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The Smowton family of Winter Garden is grateful for the opportunity to
stay in the Ronald McDonald House while daughter Shannon was in the
hospital with the E. coli virus.
Ronald McDonald House
celebrating 10 years
The Ronald McDonald,-ouse of Or- Central Florida, said: "I remember how
lando is celebrating 10 years in Cen- our community came together to help
tral Florida on Sunday, Dec. 10, from make our dream a reality; how proud we
4-7 p.m. at the site of the original house were on Dec. 13, 1996, as the bright-yel-
o the campus of Florida Hospital. The low, Florida Cracker-style house
Big 10'h Birthday Party is being pre- opened at the comer of Princeton, Bed-
sented by Florida Children's Hospital. ford and Alden, on land donated by
Orlando's two Ronald McDonald Florida Hospital. Our Ronald McDon-
Houses serve as a home away from aid House program is now two houses
home to families with an ill or critical- strong with 59 bedrooms and private
ly injured child receiving treatment in baths available per night, providing
area hospitals and medical facilities, families a warm, safe, comfortable
One Winter Garden family knows place to stay close by their ill child."
first-hand how important the Ronald More than 8,000 families have called
McDonald House is. The Smowtons a Ronald McDonald House in Orlan-
stayed in one when their daughter Shan- do home. They have come from 32
non was in the hospital with the often- countries, 44 states and 57 Florida
fatal E. coli virus, counties.
Shannon fell ill after visiting a pet- The birthday celebration is open to the
ting zoo, and "it affected our entire fam- public and includes cake and ice cream,
ily," said her mother, Kathie Smow- celebrity guests from K-92FM's Morn-
ton. ing Crew, local choral groups and pho-
"We learned that medical treatment tos with Santa. Ruth's Chris Steak
was not the only path to wellness," she House, Whole Foods and other local
said. "The Ronald McDonald House restaurants will have special food pre-
helped us physically and emotionally. sentations, games, balloon art, face
We found a wonderful place to stay, painting and activities for families.
have a hot meal, take a quick shower and Highlighting the event is the "Share-
return to the hospital next door. A-Night, Light-A-Light" ceremony at
"As the result, we could be better 6 p.m., in which the house will be lit
caregivers to our child. It became our with twinkle lights, each representing
home away from home during this most a donation of $15 or more from corpo-
stressful time," Sihowton said. rations, foundations, schools, church-
Lou Ann DeVoogd, executive di- es, McDonald's customers, former fam-
rector of Ronald McDonald Charities of ilies and individuals.
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Ocoee plans parade to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The city of Ocoee's Human Rela- Staging for the parade will begin at of Central Florida and a former Flori-
tions Diversity Board and WOKB Citrus Elementary on Clarke Road da legislator for 18 years.
1600 AM radio' station have an- and end at the West Oaks Mall. Businesses, neighborhood groups,
nounced the first Dr, Martin Luther The parade will be taped for broad- school bands and clubs, as well civic,
King Jr. Unity Parade and Celebra- cast on OGTV Channel 21 and on Or- fraternal and non-profit organizations,
tion. The parade, whose theme is ange TV. are invited to participate in this first-
"Awakening the Dream," will be held The mistress of ceremonies will be ever community, event. The deadline
Monday, Jan. 15, at 10 a.m. Gail Paschall-Brown of WESH 2 to submit an application is Dec. 8.
Orange County public schools will News, and the guest speaker will be Dr. For parade registration and guide-
not be in session that day in obser- Alzo Reddick, the director of Defense lines, contact Dorcas Dillard at 407-
vance of MartinLuther King Jr. Day. Transition Services at the University 694-2057 or visit www.ci.ocoee.fl.us.
Deadline for city's Community
Merit Awards is Thurs., Nov. 30
The fall cicle for the city of
Ocoee's Community Merit A'wards
iCMA)L Program opened No%. 1.
These awards are financial grants
made to non-profit organizations
whose members include Ocoee resi-
dents and business people. The max-
imum grant award is $500.
The CMA program is designed to
acknowledge excellence and to fur-
ther the benefits these local organi-
zations bring to the Ocoee commu-
Applications are available on the
city's Web site at wwx\.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
Applications for the Community
Merit Awards are accepted twice a
year. The applications are re\ ie\ ed
and ranked by the Merit Awards Re-
view Board, a group of residents ap-
pointed by the Ocoee City Commis-
The Merit Review Board makes a
recommendation to the City Com-
mission.on which applications to
fund. The City' Commission makes
the final decision.
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
Last ear the Ocoee Police Depart-
ment's Holiday To' s for Tots in Need
program was able to assist approxi-
mately 250needy families and put hol-
iday tovs in the hands of more than
400 children. The program also pro-
vides school supplies, clothing and
If you or someone you know\ maN
need assistance from the Holiday s
To s for Tots in Need. the deadline
for pre-registration is Dec. 1. To reg-
sister. %ou much have a \alid driver'
license or Flonda Identification Card
proof of Ocoee residency (such as
water bill I and a birth certificate and So
cial Securit' Card for each child. The
program is limited to children under
Monetary donations or donations o
unn rapped new lo. s may be dropped
off at the Ocoee Police Station at an\
time prior to Dec. 16. or 'ou mav cal
the OPD for a donation pickup.
Student ambassador visits Ocoee Rotary Club
People to People Student Ambassador R.J. Skates, recently shared a
Power Point presentation about his travels to Australia and New Zealand.
Students are recommended by teachers based on academic perfor-
mance, then they have to raise $6,000 for the trip. This program is an
excellent experience for a young person.
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The Rotary Club of Ocoee
is sponsoring a Missing and
Abducted Class for police of-
ficers, detectives and sergeants
from all departments through-
out the state. The course, for a
maximum of 30 people, is of-
fered to police departments
free of charge, .
With Florida being the state
with the thiid-highest rate ol
abductions, this is an impor-
tant local issue.
The training will be held at,.
the Children's Safety Village
Dec. 5-8. Dec. 5 will be the
date of a special class for me-
dia. cormmissioneis and majors.
Co-sponsors to date are
Qcoee Tire, Big Daddy 's Piz-
za. Napa. Children's Safet\
Village and the West Orange
For more information. call
Marge John-tone, club presi-
dent. at 407-467-6954 .
e Bingo games held
weekly in Ocoee
f The West Orange Senior Citizens
d ha\e started their x\eekl? bingo games
in the Ocoee Communitv Center over-
1 looking Starke Lake
The games are held each Nlondas
from 1-3 p m. The cost is 25 cents per
card. and cash prizes are awarded.
SCoffee and sweets are provided
West Orange Civitan
Club hosting bingo
The West Orange Ci'itan Club
hosts bingo games the third Fridas of
each month at the West Oiange Girls
Club on Ocoee-Apopka Road from
In addition to bingo jackpots, there
\ill be door prizes and snacks avail-
able. and players are nm Ited to come
for an hour or for the \\ hole e.ening.
Proceeds from the games will help
fund a variety of Ci itan projects in the
West Orange community.
to begin meeting
at Tom Ison Center
The Rotar Club of Ocoee has a ne\w
home. Beginning No\. 29. the Roiar-
lans w.ill meet each Wednesday at the
Tom Ison Center on 1701 Adair Street
at 7:30 a.m.
'Paws to Read' at
West Oaks Library
A "Paws to Read" program \\ill be
held at the West Oaks Library in
Ocoee this Saturday. Not. 25 from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Be an Angel
Therapy Dogs Ministnr will present
this reading program for children \\ ith
certified therapy dogs.
Seating is limited. Call 407-835-
7323 to register.
Ocoee Rotary sponsors Interact Club
The Rotary Club of Ocoee has begun sponsoring an Interact Club at Ocoee High School with the assistance
of teacher-advisor Wendy Cartwright. Interact is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young people ages
14-18. The program gives young people an opportunity to participate in enjoyable, meaningful service pro-
jects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends. Interactors learn the importance of per-
sonal integrity, helping and respecting others and advancing international understanding and goodwill. Pic-
tured. I-r, are Lou Forges and Cameron Warren, Tiffany Smith and Mike Schroll of Ocoee High.
Ocoee Lions Club to accept food Bereavement support
t 9 T y S at St. Pauls in Ocoee
donations at Dec. 9 Turkey Shoot VITAS Inno .ative Hospice care
The Ocoee Lions Club will host its The Lions \ ill be conducting a food offers berea\ ement support groups t
final turkey shoot of the season Sat- drive at this turkey shoot to help pro- any one 'h has experienced the lbs
urday. Dec. 9. It will be held at 881 \ide Christmas baskets to those in of aloedone. Thesegroupsoffer n.
Ocoee-Apopka Road, north of Silver need this holiday season. derstanding. useful information anc
Star Road and south of the West Or- Non-perishable food items can be sharing with others who are grie\ ing
anige Girls Club softball fields ,dropped off at the turkey\ shoot or at the An ongoing general grief support
Each shoot ill begin at 9 a.m. and Lions Club in dow\ ntow\ n Ocoee on group i held Mondays from 6:30-
finish at 4 p.m., and the cost is $2.50 Monday. e% enings from 6-8 p.m. p m. at St. Pauls Presbyterian Church
per shot. In addition, the Lions will Last \ear at Chnstmas. the Lions 9600 W. Colonial Drive in Ocoee
also raffle shotguns provided food baskets to 90 families. This group is led by staff from VI
TAS Inno\vatie Hospice Care.
To register or for more information
Applications for Ocoee's MVP Grants available call Maureen at 407-691-9549.
The city of Ocoee \ill award phcations is Nov. 30
matching grants for neighborhoodim- The goal of the MVP awards is to Autistic and Related
provement projects as par of its Most impro\ e the qualhr of life in Ocoee by Disabilities Program
Valuable Partnership (MVP) Match- assisting residents and organizations A free Autistic and Related Dis
ing Grant Program Ocoeehomeowner in making improvements to their abilities Program is offered for all age
associations, ci% ic clubs and faith- neighborhoods or creating programs and disabilities from 6-7 p.m. eacl
based organizations are eligible to ap- that benefit citizens. Tuesday Beech Recre
ply. The maximum grant award is Applicants may submit projects that anon Center, 1820 A.D. Mirms Roas
$2.500. beautify neighborhoods, address pub- n Ocoee.
Applications are now a% ailable on lic safety concerns or foster cultural. For more information, conac
the cit. 's Web site at recreational or educational ants and JoAnne by pager at 407-740-3500o
'w',,.ci ocoee.tl.us or at the Cir\ Hall needs of the neighborhood or organi- -07-654-i19S2.
reception desk Completed applica- nation.
tions should be mailed or delivered to For mote information on the MVP
Ocoee City Hall, Community Rela- Grant -Program, \isit Teen dances for
tions. 150 N. Lakeshore Drite. Ocoee. \\%ww ci.ocoee.fl us or call Joy P. Ocoee students
FL 34761 The deadline to subnut ap- Wright at 407-905-3100. The Ocoee Parks and Recreatioi
Department sponsors teen dances onl
Health Central Walkers Line dancing in Ocoee for Ocoee Middle School students o
ea entr Line dancing in Ocoee the first and third Fridao of ever
at West Oaks Mall Line dance classes are held each month from 8-11 p.m. at the Jin
Health Central Walkers is a free Wednesday and Friday morning from Beech Recreainon Center. 1820 A.C
walking program at the West Oaks 9-10.30. E%.ening classes are held e Nlins Road. The cost is $3. and th:
Mall in Ocoee. Participants ma\ join er\ Thursday except on the second students must ha\e a school I D.
the program Monday through Frida\ Thursday. Classes on Thursday are as For more information, call Carofv,
from 7-10 a.m. Once they are registered follows: beginners from 6-7:30 p.m. Bloom at 407-905-3182.0
walkerss they may walk at an\ time and intermediate to advanced classes
during mall hours. Participants log from 7:30-9 p.m. Donations are ac-
the amount of miles they walk and cepted. American Legion
will earn prizes as they accumulate This is a fun way to exercise and assists in opening
mileage. work out at the same time. Please wear Veterans Services
For more information, call Health leather sole shoes or something com- Office in Ocoee
Central Wellness at 407-296-1496. portable. American Legion Post 109 has a
These lessons are held in the Ocoee ranged assistance for \ veterans whi
Tours each weekend Conununrtr Center behind the old fire need to file for benefits.
at Ocoee museum station and the ithers-Mlaguire Through the post's efforts. Or
The Withers-Maguire House Mu- Hlenda arshal ae nt 10 o all ange County Government has es
seum. located in the Ocoee Munici- tablished a Veterans Services Of
pal Complex on Bluford A\enue. is fice in Ocoee and agency represent
open each Saturday and Sunday from American Legion Post native Tommie Maldonado w'ill;:b
2-4 p.m. Tours are $3 for adults and $1 109 meets on 2nd Friday available Mondays and Thursday
for children. The American Legion Post 109 of to help answer questions and filh
Special group tours with special Ocoee is now meeting at the Tom Ison forms.
rates can be arranged by calling Eliz- Veteran and Senior Center at 1701 His services will be offered at th,
abeth Maguire at 407-656-2051. Adair St. The meetings are held the Tom Ison Seniors and Veteran-
second Friday of each month at 7 p in Center, 1701 Adair St Ocoee, fron
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Volunteer tutors He will help veterans file nevN
claims; reopen denied claims: re "
needed at Christian view old claims, rating decision!
SService Center and appeals: apply for increases
The West Orange Christian Service widows benefits, burial benefits
Center in Ocoee needs \ volunteer tutors pensions, sudviv'or benefits program
Sfor its elementary age after-school tu- claims and to prepare notice of dis-'
tonal program. Volunteers are need- agreements and appeals. Counselor;
SB ed on Tuesdays from 3:45-5 p m. or are also available for group bene-
50 Sto1s Wednesdays fom 3-4:30 p.m. fits briefings. To scheduled a bnef-
l Stoc For more tnformauon. call 407-656- ing. call 407-836-8990.
6678. Ext. 28 For more information. call 4Q7-
Sign up for the Ocoee 1
S- Santa Claus is coming to Ocdee
7iPa with the city's annual Christmas Pa-
rade to be held Saturday. Dec. 2. at
. Application packets can be picked
up at D.J.'s Auto Sales located in
downtown Ocoee at I W. MlcKey
St. Previous participants will be re-
ceiving their application packets by
mail this week, but they are also wel-
come to pick one up at D.J.'s Auto
The entry fee is a donation to the
Ocoee Police Department's Holi-
S.... day To\ s for Tots in Need program.
For more information, call 407-
656-3700 between 2-4 p.m. only
Ocoee Police Dept. seeks donations
for its Holiday Toys for Tots in Need
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Thursday, November 23, 2006 The West Orange Times 9A
KARI LYNN FENTON
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SOcoee Community Service Tennis Awards presented
dil The OcoeeRecreation Department
i and the Ocoee Tennis Academy pre-
'sented three high school graduating
senior tennis pla\ ers. Kari Lynn Fen-
. I.ton. Tim Sabat and Demetree Sigler.
v\\ith the 2006 Ocoee Community
"Sern ice Tennis Award.
-' The players received this award
i tough their years of dedicating time
r:rand effort to the sport of tennis while
': presenting Ocoee well.
io Aft three have excelled in high
school l tennis and are ranked plaVers
4 working hard and committing them-
selves to excellence and to helping
All are honor students and not only
trained with Ocoee's tennis program
Sbut also sern ed the community tennis
S-association and worked on the pro-
Sfessional tennis tour with Coach Jack
-. Fenton of Haines City High was
'the 2005 Ocoee Player of the Year.
1 She is a multi-sport athlete. *who is
,,,also a professional dancer and in-
structor. She will be attending Polk
County Community College where
she will continue her tennis career.
Sabat of Circle Christian School
was the 2004 Ocoee Tennis Player
of the Year. He is a member of the
National Honor Society, has been
recognized for church leadership and
has received the Valor Award and
tennis awards. He will be attending
Westside Tech and Valencia Com-
munity College to study architectural
He placed first in regional and sec-
olid in state competitions for archi-
Sigler of Evans High is an out-
standing student, a Japanese language
specialist and excels in the martial
arts. Sigler started as a No. 5 begin-
ner in high school and worked up to
the No. 1 position and captain of the
team. What does the future hold?
Studying for degrees in computer sci-
ence and law in college, beginning
on early Ocoee
families for book
The Ocoee Historical Com-
mission is planning to publish
a book entitled "The History
of Ocoee and its Early Fami-
lies" and is seeking information
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 families.
For more information, call
Sherrall Applegate at 407-656-
7409 or Nancy Maguire at
407-656-9609 or e-mail at nl-
West Orange Seniors
hold Thanksgiving dinner
The West Orange Seniors held their
Thanksgiving dinner last Thursday at
the Ocoee Community Center. At this
holiday event, turkey, ham, biscuits,
desserts and drinks were furnished by
the city of Ocoee, and members
brought side dishes to share.
Frances Watts, the retiring presi-
dent, received a proclamation from
Mayor Scott Vandergrift naming Nov.
16 as her day in Ocoee. She also re-
ceived flowers from the Parks and
Recreation Department and was in-
vited to be the grand marshal of the
Ocoee Christmas Parade on Dec. 2 by
the Ocoee Lions Club.
New officers elected were Presi-
dent Helen Esposito, 1" Vice Presi-
dent Frances Watts, Vice President
Mary Black, Secretary Betty Boggs
and Treasurer Carol Morris.
Celebrating birthdays were Dorothy
Dollar and Edward Pawlik, and cel-
ebrating their wedding anniversary
were Pete and Tillie Pinto.
Tickets to the Seniors' Christmas
dinner on Thursday, Dec. 21, are $10.
It will be held at Golden Pond in Win-
ter Garden. Members will not bring
any side dishes for this event.
The new officers will be installed
at this dinner.
Ocoee Christian Church
The historic Ocoee Christian
Church at 15 S. Bluford Ave. is in
need of someone who can play key-
boards and also piano for the 10:45
a.m. blended worship service pn Sun-
days. Singing ability is a plus.
Those interested are asked to call
Pastor Scott Billue at 407-656-2010.
Honored at a recent bridal shower was Filadelfa Landa of Ocoee, cen-
ter, shown with her aunt, Graciela Landa, left and her mother, Victoria
Landa. The shower, given by Patricia Johnston, featured a 'Pretty in Pink'
theme, included cake and games. Filadelfa and Christopher Reed, also
of Ocoee, are to be married Dec. 30 at Glad Tidings Church, followed
by a reception at Tanner Hall in Winter Garden. The bride-to-be, a
graduate of West Orange High School, is employed by Superior Trim
and Door. The groom-to-be, who is employed in the Orange County Li-
brary System, will graduate from the University of Central Florida in
December. The couple will live in Ocoee following their honeymoon.
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
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-
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Summerville at Ocoee, an assist-
ed-living and memory-care resi-
dence, conducts a monthly family
support group on the fourth Thurs-
day of the month at 6 p.m.
The group's goal is to provide help
to those who are faced with the
struggles and demands of caring for
a person with Alzheimer's disease
or other memory-care issues. The
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 at Ocoee, an assist-
ed-living and memory-care resi-
dence, is seeking volunteers to as-
sist with events, outings, bingo,
crafts, games and other activities, as
well as provide musical entertain-
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"Years of Service Awards for city employees
SEleven city'of Ocoee employees re-
'' ei ed Years of Service Awards at a
Sluncheon held last Thursday at the Jim
eech Recreation Center.
Honored f6r 20 years of service were
'Fleet Mechanic 1 William "Tommy"
"' Bro\ n, Polce Records Technician Ella
:Wisecup, 'Code Enforcement Offider
TresaBagwell and Fire Lt. Ben Buck-
ss ,* .;...- .
Earning 10-year awards were Po-
lice Officer Jeremy Lewis and City En-
gineer David Wheeler. '
Three police officers received five-
year awards, Granger Prunier, Scott
N\ lander and Dominic Chiuchiarelli.
Also celebrating their fifth anniver,
sary with the city were Water Plant.
Operator Trainee Ronnie Hodges and
Firefighter Aaron VonMutius.
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,s a literacy aware-
ness project of The
,W est Orane '
Times to encour-
age children to
read and parents
to read to chil-
dren. During the
book drive, Read-
ing Reindeer will
collect new books
for children from in-
fancy through age 15. The
Times is also collecting do-
nations that will be used to purchase
books to continue the gift of a cops of Dr.
Seuss's ABC book to each child born at
Health Central throughout the year. The
goal this year is 1,500 new" books and do-
nations of $3,600.
Checks should be
niade payable to
and mailed to The
Times. 720 S. Dil-
lard St., Winter
34787. For more.
ideas oni how your or-
ganization can help con-
tinue this literacy tradition,
call the Times office at 407-
656-2121 and ask for Kathy. Please
clip off the coupon below and include it
%\ ith your book donation so the Times can
acknowledge its Reading Reindeer friends.
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12A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
Windermere Rotary Club President Julia Strimple and President-elect
John Crippen welcome guest speaker, Hannah Ehrli (right). Ehrli is
president of the Florida Chapter of the Chidren's Tumor Foundation
and a teacher at Dr. Phillips Elementary School. She spoke to the club
Nov. 7 about neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder.
Rotary guest speaks about
Children's Tumor Foundation
Hannah Ehrli, president of the
Florida Chapter of the Children's Tu-
mor Foundation, shared the story of
her life as a mother of a son with a
little known ailment called neurofi-
bromatosis. She.told Rotarians this is
a health condition that very few peo-
ple have heard of or know much
Ehrli said she and her husband re-
alized early in their son's life that he
had a problem. As a result, she be-
came involved with the Children's
She explained that NF is an inher-
ited genetic disorder that occurs in
approximately one of every 3,500
births and equally affects men and
women of all races and ethnic groups.
In 50 percent of cases the disorder is
inherited from a parent.
NF is a progressive disorder, but
the rate of progression is unpre-
dictable. At the present time, there is
no known cure, but researchers are
working toward more effective treat-
Ehrli is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Minnesota and is a special ed-
ucation kindergarten teacher at Dr.
Phillips Elementary School. She lives
in West Orange County with her hus-
band and two children.
For more information on the Chil-
dren's Tumor Foundation, call 800-
323-7938 or log onto the Web site at
The Rotary Club of Windermere
meets Tuesday mornings at Town
Hall for breakfast. For more infor-
mation on membership, call Coert
Voorhees at 407-876-6897.
coming Dec. 16
The Windermere Parks and
Recreation Committee and the Mid-
Florida Milers are co-hosting a
Christmas in Windermere Night
Walk on Saturday, Dec.. 16.
Area walkers are invited to join
in the event that will feature festive
holiday music and enjoy viewing
homes lit up for the season while
walking either a 5K or 10K route.
The walk will begin and end at
Town Hall where registration will
take place from 5-6:15 p.m. Walk-
ers can begin the walk as soon as
they register and are encouraged to
start between 5:30 and 6:15 p.m.
They can walk at their own pace for
fun, fellowship, fitness and to en-
joy the holiday spirit. This is not a
timed event, and participants should
bring a flashlight.
Refreshments will be served at
Town Hall following the walk.
The cost is $6 for all walkers, and
the first 200 participants to register
at the start point will receive a long-
sleeved T-shirt with a night scene
of Town Hall. There will be special
door prizes and giveaways for par-
Pets and strollers are not recom-
mended for this walk. Checkpoints
with water will be available along the
route. The walk will take place in
most weather conditions. The Mid-
Florida Milers will randomly select
three registered walkers for club T-
Mid-Florida Milers Walking Club
is a non-profit organization that pro-
motes recreational walking and is a
member of the American Volksport
Association. The walks are non-
competitive and follow pre-deter-
mined routes that make them an ex-
cellent activity for the whole fami-
ly. For more information, call 407-
United Methodist Women host annual bazaar at St. Luke's
Crowds of shoppers turned out early for the annual bazaar sponsored by St. Luke's United Methodist Wom-
en. There were early-bird specials and all kinds of crafts, homemade canned goods, art, silent auctiQn
items, Christmas decorations and more. UMW members design and complete a quilt every year for a raf-
fle with proceeds going to the bazaar. Pictured with this year's queen-size quilt are (1-r) Marlene Gardner,
Mary Ellen Hanson, Nancy Havre, Chris Grubb and Jane Woods.
UMW member Marge'Brueske has published a book
of poems and CDs with the poems set to music that
were available at the bazaar.
During the bazaar, Karen Brown (left) and Sandra Dil-
lon were working at the Country Junction booth sell-
ing homemade canned goods and food items. They
are pictured with customer BT Tasker (right).
DANIEL W. LANGLEY
Celebrating Thanksgiving at Windermere Union Preschool
The students in Mary Click's class at Windermere Union Preschool
have been busy preparing for Thanksgiving. They strung beads, cut
headbands and decorated a giant turkey to prepare for the annual
feast. Pictured are (I-r, in back) Will Stroud, Annika Halverson, Sabri-
na Baran, Jackson Phillips, Sarah Miller, (middle row) Nolan Kraemer,
Brandon Negron, Angelina Burgess, Riley Fromberg, Meredith Siver-
son, Alli Rickman and (in front) Caroline Inches, Brian Vargo and Grace
partner at Fishback
Dominick law firm
The law firm of Fishback Dominick
recently announced attorney Daniel
W. Langley of Gotha was made an eq-
uity partner in the firm.
Langley joined the firm in 2003 and
practices in the areas of eminent do-
main, land use, real estate transactions,
government, municipality and real es-
tate litigation law.
The firm also announced that Viv-
ionne N. Terrell and John Giffin
Chumley joined the practice as asso-
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Clare Durante, Rene Schneider (center) and Debi Malvar (right) are staffing the Artworks table at the bazaar.
Artworks is an outreach ministry of St. Luke's, started by Schneider with church support in 2003 and pre-
sented for children at Great Oaks Village. Great Oaks is a foster-care facility for children who have been
removed from their homes by the state due to parental abuse. Through the project, professional artists vol-
unteer their time to present.weekly art classes for 70 middle-school aged boys and girls. The children have
created art that has been reprinted as Christmas and note cards. The cards are bundled ih packs of 14 for
$10 with proceeds from the sale going to support the Artworks project. For more information on Artworks
or to purchase cards, call the church at 407-876-4991, Ext. 296. Volunteers are also needed to grow and
continue the project.
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Veranda Park in MetroWest will hort
its second Artisan Market on Saturday,
Dec. 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 'n
Sunday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission to the market is free. .
Last year, the event drew a c iw. d tf
more than 2,000 and is expected t, at-
tract even more patrons this ear after
being expanded to a two-da\ s.ojv..
The market will feature handcrafted
work by more than 200 tlented atisdE.
as well as vendors selling lie pla ntr.
flowers, food and beverages. It will
have live entertainment, including in-
teractive street performers and local
acts, a winter-wonderland snow park,
a variety of children's activities, an op-
portunity to visit with Santa, face paint-
ing booths and more.
Artwork will include two- and three-
dimensional art in oils, watercolor, pas-
tels and acrylic, as well as drawings,
mixed media, photography, sculpture,
jewelry, glass and pottery.
Veranda Park is located in the
MetroWest community at 2295 S. Hi-
awassee Road, across from Metro-
West Golf Club.
For more information, call 407-822-
0585 or go to www.verandapark.com.
Thursday, November 23, 2006 The West Orange Times 13A
Windermere Union has pre-kindergarten
Windermere Union Church
Preschool has openings in its pre-
kindergarten (4-year-old) program.
The school offers a three-day class
that meets on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday or a five-day program that
meets each weekday.
School hours are 9:15 a.m. to 12:15
p.m. There is a $100 registration and
supply fee, and tuition is $180 per
month for the three-day class and $240
for the five-day class.
Parents also have the opportunity
to extend the class day until 2:15 p.m.
OARS highlights from Gainesville regatta
Orlando Area Rowing Society (OARS) traveled to The GatorHead Regatta on Newman's Lake in Gainesvil-
lie on Oct. 28 and brought home 4 medals for 2 1 st-place and 2 2nd-place finishes. Gainesville Area Row-
ing, a group of Gainesville-area high school rowers, sponsored the regatta and the 5,000-meter racecourse.
Participants included rowers from OARS, Boone High School, Jacksonville Rowing Club, Melbourne High
School and Sarasota Scullers. OARS varsity men (I-r) Austin Montgomery, Will Kacheris, Charlie Roller, Ryan
Griffin, Chris Santostefano, Robbie Markle, Christo Bolin, Nick Hudak and Zach Zanini earned a 1 st-place
gold medal with'a time of 18:59 in the Men's Varsity 8 event.
OARS varsity women's 4 earned a 1 st-place medal with a time of 21:53, and the women's varsity 8 earned
a |d-place silver medal with a time of 19:56 minutes. The varsity women are pictured rowing in their 8-
pqson rowing shell along the shore of Newman's Lake. Rowing from the right, they are Leigha Miceli
(coxswain), Morgan Kelley, Kristi Roblin, Chelsea Green, Kaley Tierney, Rachel Mullins, Tania Gonzalez,
Sarah Parinella and Emily Clonts.
Family tennis event set for
Windermere courts Dec. 10
The Windermere Parks and Recreation Committee is sponsoring
.fia series of tennis events for the whole family. Area residents are in-
"vited to meet at the town tennis courts on Sunday, Dec. 10, for an or-
'neganized tennis program from 1-4 p.m. For more information, call
'"Keith Kalm at 321-256-2546. Volunteers are needed to help with
o:. To help, call committee chairman Doug Bo,\ man at 407-876-2919.
Needlework group meets
at Windermere Library
Area residents are invited to join an
informal needlework group that meets
on the first and third Wednesday of
each month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the Windermere Library. Participants
are encouraged to bring all types of
stitching projects, including cross-
stitch, needlepoint, crewel, quilting
For more information, call 407-877-
Hall awarded Progress
for nuclear engineering
studies at UF
Andrew Hall, the son of Steve and
Suzanne Hall of Valencia Hills, was
recently awarded the Progress Energy
Florida Elite Nuclear Engineering
Scholarship.for 2006-07. The schol-
arship includes a summer internship at
the utility's facility in Crystal River,
along with a financial award of $2,200
Hall graduated from Olympia High
School in 2005, has a Bright Futures
scholarship and is majoring in nucle-
ar engineering at the University of
Florida. With his AP credits and a cal-
endar year of attendance at UF, he is
Hall is also the grandson of Geor-
gia Long of Windermere.
Orlando Area Rowing
Society plans Pancake
Breakfast on Nov. 28
The Orlando Area Rowing Society
is sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast Sat-
urday, Nov. 28, from 8:30 a.m.-noon
at Windermere Town Hall. A six-foot,
per-lit Christmas tree with a "Fun in
the Sun" theme will be raffled, and
miniature decorated Christmas trees
will be on sale. Raffle tickets are $5
each or three for $10 by cash or check.
There will be a special visit from
Santa at the breakfast, and tickets are
All proceeds from the event will
benefit OARS, a competitive high
.school rowing program open to boys
and girls in grades eight through 12.
For more information, go to
www.oars-online.cbm or call the
OARS boathouse at 407-876-9037.
OARS holds practice at the boathouse
that is located across from Winder-
mere Elementary School.
Windermere to host 25th
Holiday Social on Dec. 7
at Town Hall
Windermere will host its 25th annual
Holiday Social Thursday, Dec. 7, at
Town Hall. Festivities will begin at
6:30 p.m. and include a special visit
from Santa. Residents are invited to
bring their favorite treat to share. Vol-
unteers are still needed to help with
the event. For more information.or to
help, call the town office at 47-876-
2563, Ext. 21.
for an additional fee.
For more information, call 407-909-
0464. The school is located at 10710
Parkridge-Gotha Road, Windermere.
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14A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
CFWL hosts new member orientation
The Central Florida Women's League recently hosted a new-member orientation at the home of member
Rebecca Sweatt in Cypress Point. Pictured at the get-together (1-r) are Jennifer Young, Dee Carbone, Re-
becca Torres and Kathryn Cook.
Orlando Aces tennis team wins 2nd at national finals in Hawaii
After winning the United States Tennis Association 4.5 Women's State Championship, the Orlando Aces
recently traveled to Hawaii to represent Florida and play in the USTA 4.5 national championship. Amid an
earthquake and tsunami threat, the team finished 2nd in the nation, losing to Pacific Northwest 3-2. Pictured
,(l-r) are Sue Rasmusson, Tami Florin (captain), Claudette Laliberte, Stacey Williams, Suzanne Rucker,
Hoku Swartz, Terri Thomson, Chris Bartos (co-captain), Kathy Foulk, Allegra Campos and mascot Jayln
Florin. Co-captain Bartos said, 'Not only was Hawaii and nature's entertainment exciting, the tennis was ex-
ceptional and the time spent with friends and family was priceless. It was a wonderful experience.' The Or-
lando Aces is a team of Central Floridians, who play regularly at Lake Cane Tennis Center. Players Flqrin,
Bartos and Swartz live in Windermere.
Attending the orientation meeting (1-r) are Louise Saulino, Gail Higley, Howell Anne Edwards, hostess Re-
becca Sweatt, Gayle Wirtz, Susma Patel and Sherry May.
Meet the author of
Florida author Janet McGuire
Hendershot will be signing her debut
novel, Backyard Burial, at the
Barnes and Noble bookstore, 7900
W. Sandlake Road, Orlando, on Sun-
day, Dec. 3, from 2-4 p.m.
The book is a mystery about a 9/11
widow, raising two children and liv-
ing in Sarasota, who also investi-
gates crimes. The story deals with
finding a body buried in a friend's
backyard. The author said the book
has no profanity or sex in it and fits
into a new genre called "safe and
Hendershot is from Old Town.
The first chapter of the book can be
read at www.janetmcquirehender-
shot.com. Publish America is the
SW Library is
hosting art exhibit
The Southwest Library will ex-
hibit the art of Sandra Namur
through December. The exhibit is
titled A Mother's Peace: Painting in
the Impressionism Style.'
Namur was born in Sao Paulo,
Brazil. She completed her first pic-
ture at age 5 and has not stopped cre-
She has a bachelor's degree in de-
sign from Mackenzie University and
more than 20 years experience in us-.
ing dry pastel, oil acrylic, crayon
Namur has won numerous awards
for her art in various countries
around the world, including Brazil,
France and Mexico.
In 2004, one of her paintings was
exhibited at the Orlando Museum of
Southwest Book Club to discuss work by Anita Diamant
The Southwest Book Club will meet be Courtroom 302 by Steve Bogira.
Tuesday, Dec. 5, from 7-8:30 p.m. to For more information, call the main
discuss is The Last Days ofDogtown library at 407-835-7323, Ext. 6027.
by Anita Diamant. Librarian Sandy Mayer is the eent
On Jan. 2, the featured selection will organizer.
Local church hosting
Festival of the Nativity
The Windermere Chapel of The
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints is sponsoring its third Festival
of the Nativity Dec. 7-9.
The festival is establishing itself as
a local Christmas tradition, and this
year will showcase more nativities
than in previous years.
Organizers invite the community to
participate in this Christmas celebra-
tion by loaning their individual or fam-
ily nativities for display during the
The festival will feature nativity, or
creche, displays from around the
world, along with a wide selection of
live Christmas musical performances.
Choirs and musicians from area
churches, schools and private groups
are scheduled to perform at different
times throughout the event.
The student choir from Gotha Mid-
dle School will perform, and special
guest readers have been asked to par-
The festival will also feature chil-
dren's dress-up and craft activities,
and church members will lead tours
of the Family History Center, also lo-
Scated at the church.
The event is free.
Festival hours are Thursday and Fri-
day, Dec. 7 and 8, from 6-9:30 p.m. and
Saturday, Dec. 9, from 3-9 p.m.
The church is located at 3001 S.
Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando. For
more information or to reserve a spot
for your nativity, send an e-mail to
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/ Eco Saturdays will feature a craft program on Dec. 16
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Thursday, November 23, 2006 The West Orange Times 15A
Church's breakfast club open to community men
Every Tuesday morning, Oakland Presbyterian Church hosts a prayer breakfast for area men. Breakfast
iSEserved at 7 a.m., followed by a short devotion and a time of prayer concerns that are shared by the men.
Several different churches are represented by those who attend the breakfast, which is open to all men in
the area. Getting ready to serve a recent breakfast are, I-r, Jim Campbell, Luke Summers, Bob Ellis, Don
.Hickman and Jack Ross.
New pastor Larry Jinks leading
W.O. Baptist with dynamicpreaching
,,West Orange Baptist Church of bn Imnagein Winter Garden. studs group directed bi David and
q akland has embarked upon an ecx West Orange Baptist is located at Carlene Pruitt, a full program of ac-
ciing journey in the calling of a nes 200 S Tubb St. in Oakland and has tiviies for pre-teens and teen-ager led
s pastor. Larry Jinks. or Pastor Larry. touches the lives of people through by youth minister Chris Pleasants and
as he is fondly called, hails from north- worship. fellow ship. discipleship. min- a children's ministry under the gen-
em Louisiana and assumed the pas- istry and e% angelism for 57 years. The eral leadership of Kathy Pleasants.
torate of WOBC in June. Members church is committed to helping mndi- The church is planning a Christmas
are excited about the fresh change and \ iduals and fanmlies de elop a Chris- Celebration in December to honor the
thi many new faces that are seen each dian hfest le to better sere their fam- birth of Jesus Christ.
Sunday, during the worship hour. ily, the church and [he world. The community is welcome and in-
The congregation says Pastor Jinks In addition to the family-friendly vited to worship and participate in all
is the reason for the increase in atten- worship sern ices, WOBC offers a the actviies at West Orange Baptist.
dance. wide variety of ministries for the "With faith a new vision. WOBC
According to members. Jinks. a self- whole family, from infants to adults is reaching out into the community
proclaimed boy from Louisiana. has a and from worship to recreation and and stepping into tomorrow, know ing
pastor'ss heart" but "pulls no punch- more. Ministries include Bible study that God has a special plan for the
es and does not sugarcoat God's Word classes led by Leroy Turner, senior church and its people," Jinks said.
to please people." adult ministry under the direction of Sunday worship services are at 11
.eiHe has served as a pastor for the Judy Ganmiel. a ne-w i created wom- a.m.and 6 p.m.
1s7t 17 \ears He and his %wife. Gina. men's russions/ministry begun b\ the For more information about the
lie in Oakland with their two sons. late Shirley Crow and a men's min- church, call the office at 407-656-5544
Larry m. swho is looking forw\ ard to at- istry under Charles McGuffee. music or send an e-mail to officewestor-
tending college in the area. and ministry led by Tom Womble, a sin- angebaptst.org. For pictures and up-
Stephen. a sophomore at West Orange gles ministry led by Larry Wilde. a dates, go to the church's Web site,
High School. Gina Jinks is employed college and career young adult Bible nwww.westorangebaptist.org.
Tortorici is 107.7's
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SFill out a safety
The Oakland Police Department of-
fers a security questionnaire to help
residents identify safety needs in their
If necessary, an officer can assist
residents in inspecting the home and
offer tips for improving safety.
..For more information, call the OPD
high school reunions
,The Lakevies High Class of 1957
is-plannmg its 50-year reunion for next
'spring. To help plan the \weekend
.'"ent. call Billy George Kuvkendall at
',352-243-3627 or Reba Varnadoe'at
r 'The West Orange School Class of
:1987 20-year reunion is June 29-30
--and July 1. Contact westorangeclas-
uter at 407-877-0930 or AL-
inter68iyahoo.com or Donny
rns at 407-654-1375. or
SOakland meeting hall
0 Residents and organizations can rent
the Oakland meeting hall on North
Tubb Street. Rental'includes use of
Sthe kitcheni:facilities and a seating ca-
Spacity of 108. Tordownload a rental
Contract and price list, go towwvw.oak-
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For information, call Oakland Tow n
SHll at 407-656-1117.
210 S. Dillard St,
planned each month
The town of Oakland has planned a
series of neighborhood events and ac-
tivities that will take place each month.
December A Town Hall light-
ing ceremony Friday, Dec. 8; carols
and refreshments for guests. Santa
Day is Dec. 9.
January A volunteer apprecia-
tion party at the end of the month.
February Town Planner Roland
Nlag\ ar %\ ill plas 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
April'- Charter school students
will perform the annual play Goin'
Buggy, and a second performance
night is tentatively planned for towns-
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-
Were you born
The town of Oakland is looking for
residents \ho \%ere born in Oakland.
Officials \\ant to record residents'
memories. For more information
about the project. call Town Hall at
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-
8280 for more information.
Do you have Oakland
news to share?
The 1)est Orange Times welcomes
ne\%s from the town of Oakland. Res-
idents with a story or picture to share
or an esent to promote can e-mail the
information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
7th generation joins Oakland Presbyterian
Austin Tucker Griffith was recently baptized at Oakland Presbyterian
Church. Austin is the 7th generation in his family to be part of the Oak-
land church. Austin is pictured with Paslor Bob Hines and his parents,
Lane Griffith and Jenny Marie Burroughs.
ONP welcomes new members to join
The Oakland Nature Preserve patron ($100 or more).
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16A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
The Robinswood Garden Club met
recently at St. Pauls Presbyterian
Church in Ocoee. President Dee Stack
welcomed members and guest Delores
During the business meeting, thank-
you notes from Health Central Nurs-
ing Rehab Center (for jewelry donat-
ed) and from the West Orange VFW
(for Shoe Box gifts) were read.
Orma Mitchell conducted a craft
workshop to make "pretty posy pens,"
bookmarks and hanging candy con-
Door prizes were won by Wilma
Lentz, Betsy Talpalar and Cookie
The Dec. 5 Christmas party will be
hosted by Al and Doris Tindall, and the
January 2 meeting will have Jean Tal-
palar and Mom Jean Purdy as hostess-
For information on the club, call
Sara Nicholson at 407-293-2475.
A wedding shower was held recently at the home of Patty Tate to honor her future daughter-in-law, Nichole
Williamson. Pictured are Tate, the bride-to-be, Diane Williamson, Irene Williamson, Sara Williamson, Ker-
ri Griffith and LaVerne Woods.
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KRISTI AND DANIEL
Barry Kiser of Orlando announces
- the engagement of his daughter, Tam-
my Kristina Kiser, to Daniel Robert
Hohler, son of Bobby and Betty
Hohler of Apopka. Kristi is also- the
daughter of the late Jeanne Dunning.
Kristi graduated from West Orange
High School and currently works as a
receptionist at the headquarters ofthe
Florida Department of Transportation.
Daniel graduated from Apopka
High School and is employed as a fab-
ricator with D.G. O'Briens.
The wedding will be Feb. 17..at
Mount Dora on the Lake. A honey-
moon cruise to Coco-Cay is planned.
2 groups planning high school reunions
The Lakeview High Class of 1957
is planning its 50-year reunion for next
spring. To help plan the weekend
event, call Billy George Kuykendall at
352-243-3627 or Reba Varnadoe at
The West Orange School Class of
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and July 1. Contact westorangeclds-
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Pruitt celebrates 80th birthday
Friends and family gathered Nov. 1 at West Orange Church of Christ to celebrate Herb Pruitt's 80th birth-
day. Pruitt works at the church and has been active in the West Orange community for many years. Stand-
ing behind the birthday cake are family members (I-r): front row, Helen Barton, Britney Vaughn, Herb Pruitt,
Linda Vaughn, wife Mary Pruitt, Barton Vaughn, Skylar Vaughn, Stacey Vaughn; back row, Ronnie Vaughn,
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Friends, family to
All the family and friends of Dolly
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her 100th birthday this Saturday, Nov.
25, at the First Baptist Church of Win-
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vegetables. soup. rice and powdered
milk; and infant items such as formu-
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Take donated items to the Christian
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are available at the newspaper office,
720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden.
Deadline is the Friday prior to the
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Meals on Wheels
The Seniors First Meals on Wheels
is in need of volunteer drivers. The
meal routes are located across Orange
County. There are routes open Mon-
day-Friday, and each takes about an
Seniors First is a non-profit social
service agency serving seniors in all
Orange. County with Meals on
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and guardianship sert ices
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or once a.week should contact Wayne
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For more information, call the
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Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
The lodge is at 230 W. Bay St. On
the third Thursday, brothers and
their families can come to a cov-
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The crowd at Olympia High was dazzled by the dancers from Central Vladimir Bykov, who performed various disciplines, ranging from mod-
Florida Ballet, General Director Vasile Petrutiu and Artistic Director ern jazz to the classical 'Nutcracker.'
pallet, choirs, actors celebrate
the arts for Family Week
By Victoria Laney
An enthusiastic audience recently
gathered for the second annual "Cel-
ebrate the Arts" family concert at
Ol1 mpia High. Central Florida Bal-
let and area schools performed at the
free e\ent. It was one of 18 activities
sponsored b\ Orange County Mayor
-Richard Crotty's office to celebrate
National Family Week in Orange
".The audience and choirs from
Odh mpia. Dr. Phillips and West Or-
,nge high schools started the evening
by singing "The Star-Spangled Ban-
rer," accompanied by the Chain of
hakes Middle bell choir.
OHS combined more than 56 voic-
es in the Concert Chorus, Bella Voce
and Nlastersingers. directed by Daniel
"The are a relatively young choir,
but the transition between the num-
-bers was seamless, and they were in
perfect balance when they sang to-
gether." said Gayle Warren of Win-
.dcrmere. w ho produced the e%.ening.
'Daniel is doing an excellent job w ith
SChain of Lakes Middle Bells of the
Lakes mastered the complicated
rh\ thms of "Pirates of the Caribbean."
featuring steel drum. and "Carol of
the Bells." under the direction of Mar-
"The\ performed with wonderful
precision and timing." said Debbie
Pratt of Winter Park.
The WOHS Choir showed the
award-w inning style that delighted
audiences during a tour of Italy this
summer. Starting gently %with "A
Psalm of Praise." it became lively w ith
"We Are the Music Makers." Direc-
tor Jeff Redding danced during the
energetic final number as the students
held hands and rocked to the African
rh\ thms of "Sambalele."
Windermere Nla3oi Gary Bruhn
greeted the audience %while the stage
\was being cleared for dancers.
He said: "Families are the founda-
tion of our community, and an award
I recently received from the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-daN Saints
has a quote from former Church Pres-
ident Harold B. Lee that I feel we
should all remember: "The most im-
portant \ ork you \1ill ever do \ ill be
within the walls of our own home.'
I challenge all of us to make every
\ eek Family Week."
Dr. Phillips High Thespians danced
and sang highlights from Suessical
the MAluical. which they performed
this summer at the Fringe Festival in
Edinburgh. Scotland. Director Karen
Rugerio's students portrayed the Cat
in the Hat and other characters from Di
Seuss in elaborate and colorful cos-
tumes. Some performed on stilts, and
other danced in the aisles, delighting
The Ballet of Central Florida in-
cluded Lindse. Pritchett of OHS and
Kailey Klopfenstien of WOHS. They
joined other dancers in a rousing "New
York. Ne\ York" and "The Vineleaf."
Ten-year-old Hunter Finnegan
leaped to cheers as his sisters 8-
year-old wins Samantha and Sarah
- kicked and spun to the "Three
Hands Irish Reel."
The audience began to \ell with en-
thusiasm when Jerrod Royster. guest
artist from Fort Pierce. leapt to the
sounds of "It Had to Be You" and
"Got to Get Through This."
"His skills were jaw-dropping. He
was so fast and seemed to fly so far off
the ground," Warren said.
Selections from The Nurcracker
gave a preview of upconung holiday
performances. Students in Scottish
kilts danced "Jig," and Kathleen God-
bold \was on point, tall and elegant as
theSugar Plum Fairy. General Direc-
tor Vasile Petrutiu and Artistii Di-
rector Vladimir B kov's w ork has
been recognized by CNN as one of
the five outstanding Nutcracker pro-
ductions in the nation
"I thought this \was fabulous, and I
wish every family could have attend-
ed this event." said Pratt.
A similar concert will celebrate
Family Week in No ember 2007.
The Bells of the Lakes Bell Choir from Chain of Lakes Middle, under the
direction of Marian Wagster, impressed the audience at the 'Celebra-
tion of the Arts' family concert.
Daniel Jackson, director of several of Olympia High's choirs, awaits
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A beautiful, sunny day beckons locals to downtown Winter Garden for the 4th Annual Fine Art and Fine Craft
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DP football ends record-setting season
The Panthers fell
to the defending state
champ in last Friday's
By Michael Laval
An up-and-coming contender fell
short of upsetting one of the state's
top football powers last Friday night.
Dr. Phillips lost to defending state
champion and current No. 2-ranked
Palm Beach Gardens 18-7 in last Fri-
day night's regional semifinal game
Despite the loss, Panther players,
coaches and fans remain excited about
the future of DP football and proud
of the team's resurrection since going
winless in 2004.
"What a tremendous season for Dr.
Phillips football," said Athletic Di-
rector John Magrino. "A program
many left for dead two years ago has
re-emerged as an area power. Much
deserved credit goes to the coaching
staff, players, parents and boosters."
The 2006 Panthers (9-3) captured
the team's first district title in nine
years, earned a playoff berth and broke
or tied 16 school records.
DP got on the scoreboard first in
last Friday's playoff game. Udarrious
Slater kept the first-quarter scoring
drive alive by recovering a muffed
punt near midfield. After back-to-back
7-yard runs by Embry Peeples and
Thomas Shuler, quarterback Chris
Wilkes fired a 54-yard pass to Damion
Allen, who was brought down two
yards short of the end zone. Shuler
punched it in on the following play.
Palm Beach Gardens responded in
the second quarter with a pair of long,
clock-consuming drives to take a 12-
7 lead.by halftime. The Gator defense
decided the game in the second half by
shutting down four potential scoring
drives by DP and seizing three
With less than two minutes re-
maining, Palm Beach Gardens inter-
cepted a reverse wideout pass by Allen
and returned it to the DP 20-yard line.
Two plays later, the Gators tacked on
the final score with a 19-yard touch-
Shuler led Dr. Phillips on the ground
with 73 yards on 10 carries, while
Peeples rushed for 62 yards on 18 at-
tempts. Wilkes threw for 99 yards and
2 interceptions on 5-for-17 passing.
Allen hauled in 3 catches for 85 yards.
The Panthers are poised to improve
on this year's district title and play-
off run with 15 current starters re-
turning to the team next year. DP's
top offensive standouts, Wilkes,
Peeples, Shuler and Allen, all return for
their senior seasons.
Warren signs with Ole Miss
Dr. Phillips High basketball star Chris Warren (second from right) signed a scholarship offer with the Uni-
versity of Mississippi last week. He is joined with his parents and Coach Anthony Long (right).
D.P rolls through preseason hoops
Ray Willis poured in 27 points, in-
cluding five 3-pointers, and Chris
Warren recorded a double-double (10
points, 10 assists) as the Dr. Phillips
High varsity boys basketball team
trounced Oviedo 96-67 in last week's
Justyn Watkins added 14 points and
5 rebounds, while Aeramis Harris
picked up 12 points and 5 rebounds.
Tyron Louis (9 points) and Larry
Webb (8 points) both played well in
their first varsity games. DP's defen-
sive pressure accounted for 20 steals.
The Panthers closed out preseason
play last Friday night with an 84-62
victory over host Ocoee. Wills led
DP with 33 points and 7 rebounds,
and Warren notched another double-
double (18 points, 10 assists).
Watkins accounted for 9 points, 5 re-
bounds and 4 steals. Makenson Joseph
also had a solid all-around game with
9 points, 4 rebounds, 3 steals and 3
assists. Dr. Phillips pulled away by
outscoring the Knights 25-12 in the
Sophomore Isabel Ehrli and fresh-
man Chantal McCrimon scored 10
points apiece in the Dr. Phillips var-
sity girls basketball team's 62-31
loss to Edgewater in last week's sea-
son opener. McCrimon also finished
with 7 steals. The Lady Panthers also
dropped their district opener vs. Tim-
ber Creek 48-26. McCrimon finished
with 7 points, 9 rebounds and 6 steals.
while Summer Jenkins added 4 points,
10 rebounds and 5 steals.
Sophomore Holly Hudson scored a
career-high 4 goals and added an as-
sist to lead the DP varsity girls soc-
cer team to an 8-0 victory over Oak
Ridge last week. Shea Lippert added
a pair of goals, while Sarah Almaguer
and Ashley Womack rounded out the
scoring for the Lady Panthers. ,-.
Alexis Garrand and Morgan Downs.
notched 2 assists each, and Stephanie
Pancotto added 1 assist. Goalie Kalei
Ellsmore recorded her third straight
shutout to help DP impro\ e to 3-1 on
The Lady Panthers also defeated
Evans 8-0 last week. Garrand ac-
counted for 2 goals and 2 assists. Lip-
pert added 2 goals, and Womack
pickedup 3 assists. Holly Hudson, Al-
maguer, Martha Taboas and Heidi Ar-
gueta rounded out the scoring.
The 3rd Annual Friendship Cup fea-
turing DP vs. Olympia ended in,a -
1 tie for the Lady Panthers last week.
Garrand scored DP's lone goal on an
assist by Hudson. Ellsmore stopped 8
Olympia shots on goal.
The Dr. Phillips varsity boys soc-
cer team began district competition
with a 2-0 victory over Timber Creek
last week. Augusto Carvalho's goal
in the 20th minute off an Alex Fer-
Snandes assist gave DP an early lead.
In the second half, the Panther de-
fense of David Millay, Tim Molner,
Trent Taylor and Will Cavalcante
stood tall to preserve the shutout. In the
73rd minute, Taylor booted it into the
back of thenet off a Christian Pestana
free kick. Reed Follensbee stopped 8
Bryan DeAssis scored a pair of
goals and Follensbee made 5 saves as
the Panthers cruised past Evans 5-1
last week. Taylor, Renato Lopes and
Dexter Tate rounded but the scoring,
While Fernandes had 2 assists and
Marco Fumagalli added an assist.
Dexter Tate scored a pair of goals off
assists by Michael Millay and Jesua
Chavez. but the junior varsity boys
soccer team fell 4-2 to Timber Creek.
The Panther varsity wrestling team
made its season debut with a 56-24
\ ctor3, over Gateway. Josh Aronow
(171 lbs.), Kevin Tecxeira (152 lbs.),
.Joe Locksmith (112 lbs. 'and Greg
Pereira (125 lbs.) all recorded pins for
DP. The Panthers were defeated last
week at rival Olympia 46-15. Pedro
Lopez and John Hellinger recorded
pins, while Jorge Benzaquen won b.
The junior varsity wrestling team
defeated Gate%\ av 70-12. but fell short
against ri al Ol01mpia 48-36. Phillip
Fronsdahl. Chris Penafiel, John
Fromm and Rafael Lerma all record-
Basketball tips off at Ocoee High
The 2006-07 hoops season is in full
swing at Ocoee High. The varsity bo.s
basketball team begins regular sea-
son play this \eek. The Knights \ar-
sitl. junior varsity and freshman teams
\ere set to play Wednesday at rixal
West Orange. The.\ will also play Fri-
day at Evans Ocoee hosts Winter
Springs Nov 27 in its varsity home
The Lady Knight varsity girls bas-
ketball team jumped out to a 3-0
record last %week after defeating Jones
71-29. Ocoee also picked up victories
o\er MNonterde. 91-5, and Vero
Beach, 76-28. Leading scorers vs.
Jones were Kamari Smith (18 points),
Anastasia Newton (15 points' and
Larissa Wright (13 points). The de-
fense set the tempo for the night
The varsity team, though, lost its
nest two games to The First Acade-
my. 79-46. and n\al W\est Orange. 62-
55. Wright and Erica Cisneros scored
11 points apiece %s. TFA. In the rital-
ry showdown vs. WOHS. Newton led
Ocoee with 13 points, while Smith
scored 12 points and Ashley Crider
recorded a double-double 10 points. I 1
The Ocoee junior varsity girls bas-
ketball team opened its season w ith a
49-21 victor) over Jones. Ricca Mlur-
ray led the waN with 18 points, fol-
lowed by Jackie Bradshaw (13 points)
Kiara Friday scored 13 points the fol-
low ing night w hen the team fell to TFA
The J.V. Lady Knights rebounded
last week to defeat rit al West Orange
49-23. Murray poured in 18 points, and
Bradshaw scored 13.
Luis Torres scored 2 goals and Ri-
cardo Rosas and Philip Borde added 1
goal apiece in the Ocoee varsity boys
soccer team's 4-1 victory last Tues-
day. The team improved to 3-0-1 last
Thursday w" ith a 5-2 win over Evans.
Emilio Torres. Steven Aguire. John-
ny Duty and Rosas each scored goals.
Dylan Conner and Steven Brooks pro-
vided strong .defensive play. .
The Lady Knight varsity girls soc-
cer team fell to both Olympia and Uni-
versity last week but bounced back to
defeated Colonial 5-2 lastFriday night.
Micah Brown scored 2 goals, while
Michelle Labbie, T.J. Hough and Ellisa
Reed each added a goal to help Ocoee
improve to 4-3 on the season.
The junior varsity girls soccerteam
fell to Olympia 2-0 last week despite
great play and effort hi goalkeepers:
Liz Adams and Sofia Langi. along with
defenders Sam Alencen icz. Bryanna
Ramirez, Am. Armas, E'elyn Gdn-
zalez and Brittan\ Fuller. The team
fought back last Friday night to defeat
Colonial 1 -0 w ith Tatiana Amaya scor-
ing the lone goal.
The Ocoee High fall sports ban-
quet will be held Monday. Dec. 11, at
6 p.m in the school cafeteria. Tickets
for parents and guests are on sale for $5.
Athletes w ill be admitted for free. For
more information, contact Athletic Di-
rector Bill Chambers at 407-905-3006
win Battle for the
vs. rival DP
The Titan wrestling program
kicked off its season with, big
Victories last week over rival
Dr. Phillips in the Battle for the
The varsity wrestling team
won 47-15. Kevin Potts (125
lbs.), Andrew Larson (140 lbs.),
Joe DeLisle (215 Ibs.) and
Dustin Heiser (heavyweight) all
won by pining their opponent.
Dylan Ykimoff (112 lbs.),
Justin Coocen (130 lbs.),
Richard Carbone (135 lbs.), Pe-
ter Fasano (152 lbs.), Chris Cox
(160 lbs.), Mike Wallace (171
lbs.) and Jonathan Lampkins
(189 lbs.) all won their match-
es by decisions.
The Titan junior varsity
wrestling team also defeated
Dr. Phillips 47-30.
The Olympia varsity girls
basketball team opened its sea-
son last week with a 55-18 vic-
tory over Jones. Chante Horn
led the Lady Titans with 26
points and 6 rebounds, while
Maddie Kite had 16 points and
6 rebounds. The entire team
provided a great defense ef-
fort with 13 steals.
The Lady T'itans improved to
1-0 in district pla\ and 2-0 over-
all bs beating Poinciana last Fri-
da. night. Alisha Bent led the
team with 16 points. Horn had
12 points and 10 rebounds,.
while Kite added 14 points and
The Titan varsity boys soc-
cer team won its first three.
games of the season following
a 4-1 victory over Poinciana last
week. Olympia opened the scor-
ing in the fifth minute of play.'
Scott McGarigal worked the
ball upfield and fellow striker
Andrew Duncanson scored the
goal from 10 yards out.
Poinciana responded, but
Olympia increased its lead in,
the 17th minute when Erik
Lynch fed the ball to Diogo Fer-
riera for a goal. Kyle Stanforth
added another goal off a pass
from Aron Hotalen. The Titans
closed out the scoring in the sec-
ond half % hen Duncanson con-
nected for his second goal of
The Titan soccer team im-
proved to 5-0 with a 1-0 victo-
ry over West Orange last Fri-
day night. Ferreira scored the
game's only goal-on an assist
Spartan Midgets take 1st place
The Olympia Spartan Sr. Midgets recently wrapped up their season with an impressive 24-7 victory over
the Manatee Wildcats to.capture the first-place trophy in the Greater Tampa Bay bowl game in Bradenton.
After struggling through their first four games, the Spartans outscored opponents 197-52 on their way to
six consecutive victories. Celebrating with their championship trophy are Ryan Dougherty, Jacob Hoth,
Robert Lamarca, TrevorCitek, Maurice Turrell, Brian Smith, Bryan Pacheco, Ladavius Manuel, Philip Drew,
Sanders Sius, Coach Morrow; Christian Ruiz, Matt Keymont, Monticise Davis, Latravius Manuel, Travell Jef-
ferson, Patrick Smith, Tristian Takx, Travis Helton, Alex Crosby, Robbie Barnard; Coach Stewart, Coach
Devivo, Mike Lefiles, Shawn Jackson, Stephen Merrick, Joey Roberts, Nick Pacheco, Coach Dougherty,
Jeff Stewart, Lincoln Anderson, Mike Morrow and Coach Nelson. Not pictured: Steven Clark, David Nelson,
Andre Sousa and Coach Citek.
Titans welcome new coach
Olympia High School announced last week the hiring of Randy O'Neal (center) as the new head coach of
the Titan varsity baseball team. O'Neal is a University of Central Florida graduate and a 7-year veteran of
Major League Baseball. He earned a World Series ring as a member of the 1984 World Champion Detroit
Tigers and played for legendary managers Sparky Anderson and Whitey Herzog. Helping welcome O'Neal
are Principal Jenny Gibson-Linkh (left) and Athletic Director Bobby Rego.
WG church league
The city of Winter Garden Recre-
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a church softball league.
Winter Garden Methodist sits atop
the standings with an 8-0 record. St.
Luke's and Westwood are tied with
5-3 marks. First Baptist and Cele-
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St. Luke's recently defeated West-
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Keene's Pointe LGA hosts Member-Guest tournament
The Keene's Point Ladies Golf Association hosted its 6th annual Mem-
ber-Guest Invitational Nov. 16 at the Golden Bear golf course. Fifty-
two women participated in the event that included golf, breakfast, lunch
and an awardsceremony. The theme was Golf Divas Unite, and co-chairs
Joanne Matinrazm (left) and Lynda Garrett were especially pleased
with the turnout because of the rainy weather conditions.
Ocoee Golf Assoc.
meets on 2nd
Sunday golf events
The Ocoee Golf Associa-
tion, a group established in
1983 and made up of golfers
of all skill levels, meets the
second Thursday of each
month at 7:30 p.m. in the
Ocoee Community Center,
near City Hall.
Tournaments are held the
third Sunday of each month at
8 a.m. at various golf cours-
es around the area. Awards
are given for low-gross and
low-net scores in five flights
determined by handicaps. A
membership initiation fee is
$10, and yearly dues are $30.
For more information, call
407-656-2669 or go to the
Website at OCOEEGolf.Tri-
Titleist demo day coming
to Stoneybrook West
Stoneybrook West Golf Club and
Pro Shop are hosting a Titleist demo
day on Saturday, Nov. 25, from 10
Staff from Titleist and Stoneybrook
will be participating in the presenta-
tion and introducing the newest Ti-
tleist irons and woods. The event is
open to the community, and all area
golfers are invited to try out the equip-
For more information, call 407-
The pro shop and golf course are
located off Stoneybrook West Park-
way, across from Whispering Oak El-
ementary School at 15501 Towne
Keene's Pointe women's golf group donates to Anthony House
More than 60 members of the Keene's Pointe Ladies Golf Association met Nov. 10 for a 'Fall Bounty' lun-
cheon and meeting at the home of Steve and Miranda Wilson on Greatwater Drive. The generosity of the
group's members was evident as a van was filled to overflowing with non-perishable food items and paper
goods. Dee Carbone and Marita Young later delivered the supplies to a very surprised and delighted staff
at Anthony House in Zellwood. Pictured (l-r) are Priscilla Seymour, Marita Young and Marie Bentubo, pres-
ident of the KPLGA.
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Kwan Hahn (left) of Windermere Country Club and Tina Park of Keene's
Pointe were the 1 sl-place winners in the Member-Guest Invitational'at
Keene's Pointe Nov. 16.
Finishing in 2nd place, were Jennifer Moberly (left) of Mission inn Coun-
try Club and Cassandra Doty of Keene's Pointe.
The 3rd-place winners were Martha Ward (left) of Bay Hill Country Club
and Pam Fouche of Keene's Pointe.
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Peter Abatiello is getting back into
soccer for the third time in his 27
years at West Orange High. At a time
when most longtime teachers are
slowing down, he, at 51, is continu-
ing as the oldest coach at WOHS.
He has also achieved a school
record of 224-131-31 in wins, losses
and ties. His record for boys sports is
149-91-16. For his girls' teams his
record is 75-40-19.
Abatiello.says he is looking for-
ward to reviving the Warrior girls'
soccer program. The team has not
been a Metro Conference contender
since the 1997-98 season.
It was that year that the WOHS
girls finished 15-7-5 and went to the
Abatiello retired after that season,
although he did do a short stint coach-
at helm of WOHS girls soccer
ing boys junior varsity soccer from Senior goalie Maria Sapper had 29
2001-04. But in his heart he missed saves.
girls soccer. He said the program had Abatiello said he knows there are
been in disarray in the last seven years holes to fill on the team but considers
and he felt the program needed a shot this a moral victory.
in the arm. The other leaders on the team are se-
"Some coaches would think that nior Renee Benfield, freshman Keira
girls would be a demotion," said Johnson and junior Tara Fadenrecht.
Abatiello. "On the other hand, girls They make up the front line.
can play just as well as the boys. They The defense is led by senior sweep
might be a tad slower, but the Lady Steph Poston and freshman Lauren
Warriors will give you more and don't Shea.
have many bad habits. To be honest, "The Lady Warriors are young but
there's no egos." will get experience as the season goes
The 2006 girls varsity is a young along," said Abatiello. His goals for
team with only four senior starters. the season are "to win eight games
The squad lost to a strong Winter Park and take it from there."
team 5-0 early in the season. The But he added, "there is one thing
Lady Warriors stayed on the field for certain, I guarantee my girls won't
throughout the entire game and held lose 12-0 to Winter Park like they did
the Wildcats scoreless for 25 minutes, last year twice."
TFA basketball signing
Three seniors on The First Academy varsity girls basketball team signed scholarships recently to play
hoops at Division I schools. Head Coach Steve Murray speaks at the podium while (from left) Krystal
Thomas, Jamie Givens and Tierra Brown sign their letters of intent with Duke University, Florida Atlantic
and Stetson, respectively. The signees are members of TFA's 2006 2A state championship team
West Orange High baseball to host golf tourney
The West Orange High School
baseball program will host its third
annual golf tournament Sunday, Dec.
The scramble format tournament
will be held at Diamond Players Club
in Clermont with a 1 p.m. shotgun
start. Participant entry fees are $65
per player or $260 per foursome. Pri-
or to the start, a clinic will be hosted
Ocoee junior tennis,
The city of Ocoee Recreation Department held its junior tennis tournament last month. Gathered on the court
are Coach Jack Vinson (standing at center) and tournament participants Ami Lauer, Lauren Bryart, Andi
Gilbert, Collin Stack, Cameron Adams, Brittany.Reese, Bradley Trefsger, Desirae Martin, Heather Griffin,
Luke Lenci, Kaydee and siblings Nadia, Sonia, Elena and Maria Diyaljee.
by Top .100 Golf Magazine instructor
Brian Mogg of Mogg Performance
Center at Keene's Pointe.
Special tournament sponsorships
are being sought, and Mogg, a swing
coach whose students include Joe Du-
rant and Bart Bryant, will also play
nine holes each with those who com-
mit to a major sponsorship.
Dinner, awards, auction and raffle
Ocoee Youth Soccer League scores
The Ocoee Youth Soccer League recently reported its scores from
Nov. 12, the league's second week of competition,
In the U-8 division, the Cyclones defeated the Kickers 1-0, the
Lightning beat Fusion 3-1, the Stompers prevailed over the Surge 4-
0, Tornadoes beat Strykers 3-0 and Rowdies and Storm played to a
In U-10 play, the Stompers defeated the Kickers 2-1, Strykers beat
Rowdies 3-0, Storm and Tornadoes tied 1-1 and the Cyclones and the
Lightning finished with a 2-2 tie.
The U-12 Strykers beat the Stompers 6-2, while the Storm also
beat the Lightning 6-2 and the Rowdies defeated the Cyclones 3-0.
In U-16 competition, the Tornadoes tied the Strykers 2-2, the Row-
dies edged out the Kickers 4-3 and the Stompers beat the Lightning
will immediately follow the tourna-
For more information, contact
Head Coach Jesse Marlo at 407-905-
2400, Ext. 2262 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, Ric Kuehn
of the WOHS Diamond Boosters
Club can be reached at 407-656-7105
or by e-mail at rlk71852@earth-
USTA Junior Team
The Greater Orlando Tennis Asso-
ciation is offering USTA Junior Team
Tennis this fall for elementary, middle
and high school students at the Lake
Cane Tennis Center and Sanlando Ten-
nis Center. Players must be able to serve
and keep score on their own. Elemen-
tary and middle school matches will be
played on Sundays at 3 p.m. High
school matches will be scheduled for
Wednesday at 3 p.m. The registration
fee for elementary and middle school
students is $35 and USTA membership
is required ($18 annually). For details,
call USTA Area League Coordinator
Christine Ducey at 407-963-7777.
Lady Hawks excel
The West Orange Girls Club 12U Lady Hawks recently won the NSA November Classic.
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Ocoee Youth Soccer opens season
Mayor Scott Vandergrift joins Ocoee Youth Soccer for its kick-off day,
Falcons minor league football team moves to West Orange
The Orange County Falcons. 2005
champions of the Southeast Football
League iSEFL I. have recently relo-
cated from Orlando to the West Or-
ange County area. The team has be-
gun weekly practices in Ocoee and
n ill play its home games at West Or-
ange High School's Ray Screws Field.
The SEFL is a minor league de-
velopment football organization for
players of 18 years or older. The
league .features 13 teams from
throughout the state with a 12-game
regular season, plus playoffs and an all-
star/championship weekendin Day-
The Falcons kick-off their regular
season Feb. 3 in Ft. Lauderdale vs.
the Broward Raiders. Practices are
being held at the Jim Beech Recre-
ation Center, located at 1820 A.D.
Mims Road in Ocoee, and will con-
tinue every Saturday and Sunday from
1-4 p.m. All regular-season games
take place on Saturdays.
Falcons Head Coach, Anthony
Smith said his team is looking for
players who are at least 18 years old
and possess a high school diploma or
equivalent degree. Players must main-
tain ajob or be enrolled in a post-sec-
ondary school. The cost to participate
is $200 per player.
For more information or details on
joining the Falcons, log onto the team
Web site, www.ocfalcons.com.
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Cloin of Lakes Middle students are reading "Peter and the Star Catch-
er' by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson for their annual Read and Feed
event. On Pirate Day. students and teachers dressed as pirates to cel-
ebrate the occasion. Karl Mund, above, is an 8th-grader who had lots
of fun being a pirate for the day.
Mrs. Driscoll's and Mrs. Quail's 4th-grade classes at Lake Whitney Elementary recently visited the Winter
Garden Heritage' Museum. .
Legacy High forensics recently
participated in a CFL regional de-
bate tournament at Eastside High
in Gainesville. Freshman Bryan
Wilder won 3rd place in the Varsi-
ty Lincoln-Douglas competition.
Mr. Ferguson's kindergarten class at Citrus Elementary celebrated
the'letter S by wearing their silly socks to school. In kindergarten the
students are recognizing the letters of the alphabet and associating
sounds with those letters. The teachers are always coming up with
wonderful ideas to focus on these skills.
Eddie Gray, owner of FasTracKids, hands over generously donated
food items to Jane Rinker, counselor for the Guardian Angels Program
at Windermere Elementary.
'Sharing with others
Eddie and Allison Gray collected
food items at their business for the
Windermere Elementary families in
need for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The food drive was a great success.
Letters were sent out, and the food
items started pouring in.
Parent volunteers will bag the food
to give to specific families. In addition,
Publix gift certificates will also be giV-
en. Any leftover items will be used at
"Snowflakes" now fill Ihe board for
each child's special wish or clothing
need, and they are fulfilled by stu-
dents' parents at the holiday. These
were generated by the Guardian An-
gel committee with much help from
Students in Gotha Middle's AVID Program attended Edgewater High's
:UCF, Engineering.and Computer Science Forum. Five hundred stu-
dents were in attendance from middle schools across the OCPS dis-
trict. The students were asked to write an essay on 'Why I Want to Be
:an, 'Engineer.' The UCF engineering students judged essays, and 6 fi-
Snalists were selected. Two of the 6 were GMS 8"-graders Yashani
SMiller and Avante Eddie. The school is proud of their accomplishments.
Pictured are (1-r): (top) Carole Davis and Principal Daniel Axtell; and (bot-
tomrn) Eddie and Miller.
Maxey Elementary 4th-graders visited the Orlando Science Center re-
cently. Pictured making a roller coaster with pipe tubing are Pamesh Man-
ga and Matthew Durbeej (from left), students in Frankie Jones'class.
Honor roll celebration The all-A honor roll students are
raxey Elementary students who Pretima Hiralal, Armando Ramirez,
had straight A's for the lasi grading Apthony Donofrio, Zachary Lowe,
period attended a celebration at Cici's Devin Ayers, Taurneshia Owens,
Pizza, a Partner in Education. The Tiffany Rank, Brittany Singh, Olivia
AT&T New Outlook Pioneers (a group Donofrio. Megan Navarro. Steve De-
of retired AT&T'employees) hosted fendre, Grace Morrow, Sarah Krish-
the event. na and Tyler Andel.
Olympia Choral Dept.
plans winter concert
The community is invited to cele-
'brate the holidays with an evening of
song. The entire Choral Department at
Olympia High School. under the di-
rection of Daniel Jackson, invites area
residents to join the students for a cel-
ebration of the holidays at their an-
nual W\inter Concert on Dec. 12.
The event begins at 7 p.m. and will
be held in the performing arts center
at the school. 4301 Apopka-'ineland
Road. Orlando. Tickets are $7 and can
be purchased in advance or at the door.
For advance ticket purchases, call the
choral office at 407-905-6454.
Mrs. Moore-Jenkins, Windy Ridge assistant principal, and staffer Ricky
Dupoux show off their dance skills at the recent middle school dance.
Teachers Shelly Bullion and Heather Terlecki brought back the after-
school event that was put off last year due to school construction.
Ms. Brannock in her fire hat.
Ms. Brannock Is a Hero
We have a hero at Clarcona Ele-
Smentary, and her name is Ms. Bran-
nock. On Oct. 2, this fo4rth-grade
teacher saved a man from a house fire.
She was jogging, and she saw a car
in the garage on fire. She went in the
house because she wanted to help
somebody. She told the man in the
house to get out, so he did.
The lady next-door was crying that
her cats were going to die, so Ms.
Brannock went back in the house and
scooped up a cat. When she brought
it outside, it was so scared that it bit
her very badly.
Because of what she did, Ms. Bran-
nock is our safety hero at Clarcona El-
ementary. Since she saved the man's
life, we have decided the nickname for
Ms. Brannock is Ms. Hero.
and Kristina Staudt,
Mrs. Reed's 4th-graders
Whispering Oak Elementary teachers took special training recently on
Web site creation to link with the school Web site.
Mark the calendar
There will be a PTA meeting on
Monday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. All mem-
bers and non-members are invited to
attend. For information, call the PTA of-
fice at 407-656-7773, Ext. 2317.
The School Advisory Council will
meet on Monday, Dec. 4, at 6 p.m. in
the media center. Parents, teachers
and members of the community are
invited and encouraged to attend. SAC
meets monthly to discuss education-
al improvement opportunities at the
I0iny id e
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Thursday, November 23, 2006 The West Orange Times 7B
Partners in Education
Lakeview Middle would like to rec-
ognize its outstanding Partners in Ed-
ucation: Red Lobster, Best Buy, Pub-
lix, Chili's, Papa John's Pizza, Shaw's
Florist, Domino's Pizza, Carter Fami-
ly Bowl and Serve-Pro.
The school extends a big thank-you
to all these business for their support.
In December 2005, Dr. Katherine Clark, principal of Ocoee Middle, developed Diamonds, an enrichment
program for girls with underutilized potential. Diamonds, which is a part of the comprehensive guidance pro-
gram, is designed to help girls become critical thinkers, innovators and leaders. It also encourages partic-
ipants to capitalize on their respective strengths as a key factor to improving their lives. Bi-weekly, the
grade-level counselor provides activities to help the girls develop skills in personal-social growth, educa-
tional planning and career and vocational development. The overall goal is to develop a mentoring support
structure coupled with collaborative relationships among public and private partners that empowers
the girls to reach their fullest potential.
Approximately 80 students, parents and teachers spent a recent Saturday weeding, trimming, mulching and"'
picking up trash at Southwest Middle School during Campus Beautification Day. Despite the heat, the ef-'
fort was a huge success.
As Mrs. Rejim's 4th-grade students at Sand Lake Elementary used their various math skills to observe and
describe pumpkins, they were shocked to discover that their same pile of 15 pumpkins weighed in at 25,642
grams and held a whopping 4,970 seeds much more than they estimated.
Defensive end Eric Powell of the Buffalo Bills paid a special visit to college friend Ms. Kirkwood and her 2nd-
grade class at Spring Lake Elementary. Powell talked to the students about playing for Florida State Uni-
versity while in college and currently playing in the NFL. He reminded the students that good grades, good
attendance, hard work and respect for his teachers helped him accomplish his goals. Students in the class
included Dahiella Arzuaga, Faniel Azor, Kristen Barnes; Meagan Beaudoin, Jeremy Colon, Jeremiah Com-
po, Kelly Cruz, Sierra Defrancisco, Dominique Donaldson, Chris Gray, Logan Hall, Cassandra Madrigal, Jas-
mine Maldonado, Nick Schifftner, Austin Simmons and'Morgan Stillinger.
The Family Christian School 4th-graders enjoyed the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra's performance of 'Mu-
sic in Motion' at the Carr Performing Arts Center. Pictured are (l-r): (top row) Austin Remmers, Scout West-
erkov, Cassie Countryman, Elizabeth Felthausen, Cameron Montgomery, Austin Lane, Austin Smith and
Hope Badman; and (bottom) Victoria English, Adrian Faria, Michaela McClean, Ashlyn Collard, Lindsey Sil-
ver and Zeb Griffin.
Fifth-grade students of Ocoee Elementary's Clean Up Club, the Cardinal Crew, were treated to an enviroscape
demonstration recently. Jody Goostree, public awareness special (streets and stormwater) for the city of.-:
Orlando, brought a watershed model to teach students the importance of proper disposal of materials. She -
also showed how those items, including grass clippings, can pollute the waterways. Students in Ms. Zemaitis',,
Ms. Eld's and Mrs. Castle's classes were able to view muck from a nearby lake and discuss ways to edu-
cate others on keeping the city beautiful.
Foundation Academy recognized the National Day of Prayer with a 'See You at the Pole' gathering in the6.
morning before classes. More than 100 students from elementary through high school gathered around the,,
flagpole to pray for their country, school and families.
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The Bay Meadows Elementary Fall Festival was fun for everyone.
There were games with prizes and hot dogs, cotton candy and funnel
cakes to eat. Other fun activities included cake walks, contests, a silent
auction and a deejay. There was even time to just sit still and chill with
friends. Pictured are (l-r): (back row) 3rd-graders Delaney Allison, Sara
Wilson and Milica Courtenay; and (front row) kindergartner Nicole
Courtenay and 1st-graders Hannah Allison and Anna Wilson.
Central Florida Christian Academy congratulates 1st-graders Rachel
domes and Jamerya Drake for placing 1st and 2nd at the F.A.C.C.S.
Spelling Bee. They will continue to state competition later this month.
The newest members of the Ocoee High chapter of the National Hon- -."- ..
or Society were inducted recently. Congratulations go to Samantha
Aguirre, Nandani Baboolall, Rebekah Bentley, Jared Bergeson, Cory Anchorman Raoul Martinez of WESH-TV2 News visited Ocoee High
Bernstine, Megan Buzzell, Danika Cachero, Cailyn Carroll, Lynda recently to speak to students interested in the field of communications.
Charles, Tony Chinelly, Rebecca Clifton, Alison Colburn, Stephanie Students had the opportunity to ask him about his own personal ex-
D'Amario, Marlene Daley, Deborah Dalmat, Rachel Doiron, Sara Drol- periences in the field, as well as appropriate college majors, internship
shagen, Robert Eisinger, Siripaul Ganesh, Brittany Gordon, Tyler Hough, opportunities and the different career tracks in communication. Martinez
Selene Jacobo, Mackenzie Karhal, Natalie Montijo, Anthony Morris, was also asked how he came to be a news anchor and the challenges
Andrew Pace, Shirley Perez, Melissa Persaud, Lilia Rangel, Juliana he faced along the way. He shared his passion for the news business
Rorbeck, Jessica Ross, Erin Rumeau, Jared Sanders, Christina San- and the commitment involved in being successful. Martinez invited the
doval, Dominique Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Debora Souverain, Tiffany students to visit the TV station to tour the facility and to witness actu-
Taylor,'Kelsey Tompkins and Firoz Umran. al behind-the-scene news reporting in action.
O p Hi g
Olympia High seniors Sabrina
Janesick and Curtis Viselli have been
named National Merit Scholarship
Semifinalists. These academically tal-
ented students will have the opportu-
nity to continue in the competition for
some 8,200 Merit Scholarship Awards
that total $35 million to be offered next
To become a finalist, a semifinalist
must have an academic record of very
high performance, be endorsed and
recommended by the principal and
earn SAT scores that confirm the stu-
dent's earlier qualifying test perfor-
mance. The semifinalists and a school
official must submit-a detailed schol-
arship application, which includes the
student's self-descriptive essay and
'information about participation and
leadership in school and community
Principal Jenny Gibson-Lirikh re-
cently announced that senior Lucie
Rincher, who participated in the Na-
tional Achievement Scholarship Pro-
gram, has been referred to' United
States colleges and universities due
to her outstanding performance on the
2005 PSAT/National Merit Scholarship
Her score places her among the top
five percent of more than 130,000
black Americans who requested entry
to the 2007 National Achievement Pro-
Their names will be included in a
roster of more than 3,000 outstanding
National Achievement Program par-
ticipants being referred to the colleges
and universities in recognition for their
potential academic success.
The program was initiated in 1964
specifically to honor academically
promising black American high school
To advance to the finalist level, semi-
finalists must present a record of high
academic performance throughout
high school, be endorsed by the school
principal and earn SAT scores that
confirm the PSAT/NMSQT perfor-
Also, the semifinalist and a school
official must complete an application
that provides information about the stu-
dent's participation in school and com-
munity activities, demonstrated lead-
ership abilities and educational goals.
The seniors, above, who were inducted into the Science National Honor Society at Olympia High School
recently are Rajen Anderson, Amy Bernioenr, Joseph Biscuiti, Deanna Boccumini, TylerBumette, Chas Carter,
Paige Conrad, Catherine Danley, Alicia.Davis, Katie Erickson, Courtney Eversole, Camila Garcia, Thyve
Gvijalva,,Kristen Hall, Stephanie Hall, Danah Han, Bridget Higgenbotham, Nick Hudak, Ainsworth Jackson,
Kayleigh Lewis, Nicholas LoCastro, Leki MacKinnon, Sean Manhertz, Samantha Maynard, Max McGa-!
han, Sara Mckee, Kevin Miller, Kristi Mohr, Angelina Mollins, Kristyn Newman, Shannon Nichols, Brittany
Norton, Radford Parker, Renae Rippere, Natassha Rivera, Chris Robb, Alia Saleh, Hannah Sangalang, Daniel
Santiso, Austin Shoener, Casey Strickland, Terence Tai, Alexanara Tamashiro, Devan Terry, Courtney
Trimble, Benjamin Truong, Mandy Van Valkenburgh, Sean Webley and Jacque Westbrook. The current club
officers are Lexi MacKinnon, president; Shariene Patel, secretary; and Joseph Biscuiti, treasurer. The in-
ductees must maintain a 3.5 grade-point average and have taken an Advanced Placement science course.
Olympia High seriiors Sabrina Janesick and Curtis Viselli have been selected as National Merit Scholar-
ship Semifinalists, and senior Lucie Rincher was chosen as the 2006 Outstanding Participant in the National
Achievement Scholarship Program. Pictured are (l-r): Amy Wunder, guidance counselor; Janesick, Rinch-
er, Viselli; and Jenny Gibson-Linkh, principal.
The Scholastic Book Fair is in full swing at Oakland Avenue Charter
School. The media center was transformed into a Reading Rain For-
est. Pictured is parent volunteer Jennifer Opificius getting ready to open
C leo hM s
Ms. Sheryl and Ms. Christine's class at Children of the Messiah
Preschool took afield trip to Pinocchio's Marionette Theatre in Winter
Park recently. The children enjoyed the production, which was entitled
'Holly's Follies.' Pictured are (l-r): (top row) Bailey Wise, Alyssa Oxtal,
Gabby Defranco, Harmon Hollis. Evan Devine, Tori Simmons, Ben-
jamin King, Chloe Wright and Lauren Doral; and (bottom row) Jordan
Kravitz, Kendall Parmer, Gracie Johnson, EmilyAnn Stalker and Rachel
Windermere Prep PreK-3 students Max Hartman and Kaitlyn Ziolkowski
join their PreK-3, PreK-4 and kindergarten classmates in singing 'Amer-
ica To Me' ata campuswide Veterans Day assembly. The event hon-
oring assembled veterans and grandparents was organized by Emily
Fleming, the Upper Form history teacher. In addition to the Primary
Form selections, the WPS Wind Ensemble, directed by John Chris-
tian, and the chorus, directed by Katrina Gatti, performed patriotic se-
lections. Class and Student Council officers across the grades read
tributes and honored the veterans who were present.
College scholarship opportunity
MetroPCS, regional wireless provider, had announced the Orlando
area Community Scholars Program for the 2006-07 school year. This pro-
gram provides college scholarships to high school seniors who have
made a difference ih their hometowns through community service.
MetroPCS, which launched service in Orlando this month, founded
this program to recognize teenagers for their community involvement
and to encourage their continued dedication to volunteer activities.
MetroPCS will award eight $1,000 scholarships to high school se-
niors in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Volusia and Lake counties who
plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an ac-
credited two- or four-year college or university.
"MetroPCS Orlando is dedicated to giving back to the communities
in which we operate and this scholarship program allows us to enhance
the lives of our young citizens and the'customers we serve," said Kim
Watson, regional vice president of sales and distribution for the Orlan-
do area. "The Community Scholars Program not only helps young peo-
ple go to college, it also emphasizes the value of volunteerism and in-
volvement in your community."
In evaluating applications, MetroPCS' overarching criteria will be
students who have demonstrated exceptional involvement in volun-
teerism and community service.
The following information will be considered in awarding the schol-
arships: participation in school activities, academic record (applicants
must have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 on a stan-
dard 4.0 grading scale to be considered), additional honors, work ex-
perience, statement of goals and aspirations, unusual personal or fam-
ily circumstances and an outside appraisal via a letter of recommenda-
Students can pick up packets from through Dec. 11 from their high
school counselors or at any MetroPCS store. Applicants must complete
the form and mail it along with a current, complete official transcript of
grades. Applications must be postmarked no later than Dec. 11. MetroPCS
will notify finalists by Feb. 1 and scholarship recipients will be notified
by March 26.
Completed applications should be mailed to MetroPCS Community
Scholars Program, P.O. Box 600728, Dallas, Texas 75360-0728.
For more information, call 800-245-9147.
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Thursday, November 23, 2006 The West Orange Times 9B
Hilarie Jowers Bessetti is the DSES
2006-07 Teacher of the Year.
Teacher of the Year
Dillard Street Elementary congrat-
ulates Hilarie Jowers Bessetti for be-
ing chosen 2006-07 Teacher of the
Year. Of her eight years in education,
she has spent the last four at DSES.
She has taught kindergarten, but for the
last three years she has been a fifth-
Bessetti earned a bachelor's degree
in psychology from the University of
Florida in 1999 and a master's degree
in teaching and learning from Nova
Southeastern University in 2006.
Born and raised in Winter Garden,
she attended local schools, including
Lakeview Middle and West Orange
High. She enjoys working with the stu-
dents and staff and sets high stan-
dards for her students, as well as es-
tablishing purposes for learning and
fostering lasting relationships.
Bessetti is a valuable asset to the
school, and DSES is proud to have
her as its representative as Teacher of
DSES and the PTA would like to
thank Health Central Park and all who
volunteered with the recent Fall Fes-
tival. A big thank-you also goes to all
the families who attended the event
and helped raise much-needed funds
for the School Nurse Program.
Mark the calendar
There will be no school for students
on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23-24.
Winter break will be Dec. 18 through
Jan. 2. Students return to school on-
Wednesday, Jan. 3, to begin the third
... t v :-t. ..
Julianna Jackson, Tiffany Hudson, Megan Irmscher, Isabella Lozano,
CJ Jackie, Anna Lazzaro and Brianna Lawley (from left) enjoy the pic-
nic on the soccer field to celebrate Holy Family Catholic School's 10-
year anniversary and recent selection as a Blue Ribbon School.
Holy Family Catholic School had a
special day of celebration recently, be-
ginning with a Mass of Thanksgiving in
honor of the school's 10-year an-
niversary and recent selection as a
Blue Ribbon School. Holy Family was
one of only 50 private schools nation-
wide to be selected for this award.
"Receiving that honor made our an-
niversary celebration even more spe-
cial," said Sister Dorothy Sayers, prin-
cipal. "It is a testament to the faculty's
dedication and high standards of ex-
cellence that Holy Family was select-
ed for this award."
She added that the school had
worked to quality for the Blue Ribbon
Award for more than a year, compiling
exhaustive reports on the programs
and curriculum for the granting panel
During the opening Mass, which
was led by fourth-grade students, chil-
dren from each grade offered food col-
lected for Thanksgiving baskets to be
After Communion, Sayers and the
members of the National Junior Hon-
or Society presented a gift to the
church's pastor, Father William Ennis,
for his support for the past 10 years.
Then the Parent & School Association
president, Lisa Vining, presented a
crystal plaque. Page Pierce, the school
board president, presented a gift to
Sayers to commemorate her 10 years
of dedicated service to the school.
Another special moment came
when alumni students from each grad-
uating class and an eighth-grade stu-
dent from the Class of 2007 thanked
the principal for all she had done for the
school and presented her with a sin-
Finally, Sister Rosemary Hickmann,
associate superintendent of the Dio-
cese of Orlando Office of Catholic
Schools, thanked Sayers for her fine
The day's events concluded with a
festive al fresco picnic lunch for the
students, who wore official Blue Rib-
bon Award T-shirts. Radio Disney
broadcasted live from the soccer field
and provided games and activities for
"It was a great day," said eighth-
grader Charlotte Katheder. "I felt proud
to be part of the school."
Dr. Phillips High 2006 AP Scholars: (bottom row) Raj Patel, Lairyn Stimmel, Tatiana Quiroga; and (top row)
Assistant Principal Susan Averill, Victoria Posada, Arielle Tyson, Andrew Gordon, Jarrad Roeder, David Pait,
David Millay and Josephine Pham Gia. Not pictured are Sandra Fernandez and Galina Losch.
Seventy-four students at Dr. Phillips
High have earned the designation of
Advanced Placement Scholar by the
College Board in recognition of their ex-
ceptional achievement on the college-
level AP Program exams.
.About 18 percent of the more than
1.3 million high school students in
16,000 secondary schools worldwide
who took AP exams performed at a suf-
ficiently high level to merit the recogni-
tion of AP-Scholar.
Students took AP exams in May 2006
after completing challenging college-
level courses at DPHS. The College
Board recognizes several levels of
achievement based on a student's per-
formance on the exams.
The highest award is the National AP
Scholar Award. Three DP students qual-
ified for this by earning an average grade
of 4 or higher on a 5-point scale on all
AP exams taken and grades of 4 or
higher on eight or more of these exams.
These students from the Class of 2006
are Tracy Cheung, Julie Ludwig and
Twenty-four students qualified for the
AP Scholar with Distinction Award by
eating an average grade of at least 3.5
on all AP exams taken and grades of 3
or higher on five or more of these ex-
Twenty-two students qualified for the
AP Scholar with Honor Award by earn-
ing an average grade of at least 3.25
on all AP exams taken and grades of 3
or higher on four or more of these exams.'
Twenty-eight students qualified for
the AP Scholar Award by completing
three or more AP exams with grades of,
3 or higher.
Of this year's award recipients at-
DPHS, 12 are still students. These stu-
dents have at least one more year in
which to complete college-level work
and possibly earn another AP Scholar
The 2006 AP Scholars are Sandra
Fernandez, Galina Losch, Josephine
Pham Gia, Victoria Posada and Lairyn
Stimmel. The 2006 AP Scholars with
Honor are Andrew Gordon, David Millay,
David Pait, Raj Patel, Jarrad Roeder'
and Arielle Tyson. The 2006 AP Schol-
ar with Distinction is Tatiana Quiroga.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD
FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
890 S. Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, FL 407-656-3949
Pastor Grady Rusell
BANANA BAY BAPTIST
1333 E. Crown Point Rd.
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
671 Beulab Road, Winter Garden
0407) 656-3342 :
Pastor G. Steve Rice
www.beulahti com .
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631 S. Dillard St.
Winter Garden, FL.
Pastor T.J. Klapperich
(407) 656-3001 .
Awana'Patch (Summer prograrn
Calvary Christian School
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF.
S wo service locations:
8800W. Colonial Dr.
(at Good Homes Rd.).
,:Sunday Worship 9:30am, 11:00am
& 5:30pm. Sunday School 8:15am,
9:30am & 11:00am
English Wednesday Mid-week
SDeal Ministry Filipino Ministry *
Awana's 3yr 8th grade
Central Florida Christian Academy
800 N. Pine Hills Rd.
Spanish Sunday 11:00am & Wed.
Haitian Sunday 11:00am, 7:00pm,
S& Wed. 6:30pm
Vietnamese Sunday 11:00am
Awana's 3 yr 8th grade
Radio: Sunday 11:00am-950 AM;
andt7:00pm-950AM & 1520AM
Dr. Clayton Cloer, Senior Pastor
OAK LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
10564 2nd. Avenue, Ocoee
Dr, Walter M. Fowler, Pastor
: STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
, 611 West. Ave., Ocoee
Pastor Jeff Pritchard
(407) 656-2351 Email:
VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH
SAnd Christian Academy.
S1601 A.D. Mims Rd. Ocoee FL.
SRev. Bradley T. Phillips,
S,;. (407) 656-3097
WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb St., Oakland, FL.,
* (407) 656-9749
Pastor Larry L. Jinks
WEST ORLANDO BAPTIST
& CHILD DISCOVERY CENTER
429 & Plant St.
Winter Garden, FL.'
1211 S. Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden. 407-656-3113
S -:i CHRISTIAN
NEW HORIZONS CHRISTIAN
Meeting at West Orange High
1625 Beulah Rd, Winter Garden.
Relaxed Worship 11:00am
CHURCH OF CHRIST
1450 S1 Daniels Rd. Winter
Garden, FL 34787 407-656-2770
'Minister -Mark Smith.
S9:00 am Sunday School.
10 am Worship.
6:00 pm Adult Bible Study
Wednesday Service 7:00nm
Roper YMCA. 100 Windermere Rd.
BiDle Hr 9:15am :
Worship Serv. 10:30am
Tom Welch Pastor 407-903-1384
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Clermont; Fifth and Minneola
Sunday service is at 10:30 a.m.
Details: (352) 217-2899
CHURCH OF GOD
CHURCH OF GOD
1001 W. Plant St. Winter Garden
Sunday School 9:30 .
Worship 10:30. 6pm
Wed. Svc. 7:30pm, Youth,
Men's & Women's Ministries.
OCOEE CHURCH OF GOD
1105 N. Lakewood
,Pastor Steve Davis
OASIS COMMUNITY CHURCH
West Orange Charter School,
Oakland Ave, Oakland, FL.
11:00 am Worship Service.
Gathers Sundays at 10:05am at
Lake WhitneyElementary School
1351 Windermere Rd.
Come as you are. 407-383-3022
CHURCH OFTHE MESSIAH
On the corner or Main Si 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.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
4950S Apopka-Vineland Rd. Or-
lando, FL 32819. 1 block south of
Conroy-Windermere Rd. on right.
Sunday Services 8:30am and
10:30ami Sunday School 9:30am
for all ages with childcare.
CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH
'5425 South Apopka-Vineland Rd.
9-45 AM. Sunday School,
S11:00 AM. Worship Service.
635 WestSR. 50, Ste..B .
For services info. call
PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd,
Serv. 8:30am & 10:45am
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
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,
As I See It...
A Comment & Study of the Scriptures Remembering George Gano
Thank God no matter what happens. This is the
way God wants you who belong to Christ Jesus to
live. IThess 5:18 (The.Message)
November is my favorite month and Thanksgiv-
ing is my favorite holiday. I love the fact that it is less
commercial than other holidays. I love reading the
newspaper Thanksgiving morning while we watch
parades on the TV and wonderful smells come from
the kitchen: I love sharing a great meal with my fam-
ily and friends. I love playing board games and watch-
ing football with my kids. I love the leftovers.
And I love knowing that God has changed mne. I
remember.years when I was exhausted on Thanks-
giving because I wanted so much for everything to
be perfect. The food, the table, the clean house, the per-
fectly behaved children...the standard I set in our
home was silly and created stress that was avoidable.
But at the time I was young and immature and I doubt
FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lakeview Avenue
Rev. Russell Belcher
10:15am-11:05am Sunday School
5-7:30pm TNT Youth Group
7-7:45pm Contemporary & Gospel
Post i 1First United 2
Office methodist Church .
Plant St. 5
S Colonial Dr. tN
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,
Assoc. Pastor Rev. Beth M. Farabee
Dr. David Stephens 407-876-4991
Worship Serv. 8,:9:30, 11:00am
Contemporary Worship 5"30pm
A COMMUNITY CHURCH
Corner of IlcKinnon Rd. and Lake
Butler Blvd, 1 mile west of Winder-
mere Elementary School. 10:30 am
Worship Sevie 407-656-6044
Sunday 9:30am 407-877-8665
Meeting at Dillard St. Elementary
I could have recognized what I was doing to myself
and my family.
Thank You, Father, for setting me free'from the
performance of Thanksgiving. Thank You that You
continue to reveal those areas of my life where my
priorities are off and I need to grow. Help me to cel-
ebrate Thanksgiving every day of the year....not just
on the fourth Thursday of November. Your Word
says to "thank God no matter what happens". My
prayer is that I will wake up with a thankful heart
each day and that by recognizing Your goodness and
trusting Your plan for my life I can fall asleep thank-
ing You for every event and circumstance you allow
to come my way. Thank You, Father, for this Thanks-
From the believers at First Baptist Winter Garden.
FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
305 Beulah Rd,Winter Garden
Rev. Rick Page. 877-7735
407-876-2112 Worship times:
As of November 19, 2006:
9:00am' Traditional Service
11:15am Contemporary Praise
S10:15am Sunday School
for Adults and Children held
between the two services
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL
Near exit 272 off the FL Turnpike
Worship at 8:45 am and 11 am
Sunday School for all ages at
S9:45am. Nursery provided during
worship. Dr. Robert P. Hines,,Jr.,
Pastor. Call about our preschool &
OF THE LAKES, USA
Conroy-Windermere Rd. @
Sunday School 9:00AM, Worship
Worship on Wed. 7:00 7:30 PM
"Come hear the Gospel"
Rev. Ferdinand Brits
GRACE WORSHIP CENTER
1132 E. Plant St. Winter Garden.
Pastor Rick Faircloth
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd.
Windermere, FL 34786
ST. ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH
(last Saturday of Every Month)
8pm to 11 pm $5.00
Hastings St., Near Kirkman Rd
off West Colonial
14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Meeting @, Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere
Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
Tom Welch. Pastor
W. Hwy 50
A Community Church
10:30 am Worship Service 407-656-6044
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AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
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10B The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
Rudy Zubricky, West Orange High Teacher of the Year, and Phyllis
Boston, Support Person of the Year, stand with Principal Dan Buckman
at the new WOHS ground-breaking ceremony.
West Orange High Thespians Giany Beltran, Whitney Abell and Taylor Aldrich (from left) perform a scene
from "Agnes of God.' The play won 2nd place at the Florida Theatre Conference, and Abell was named Best
Actress. Beltran and Aldrich were named to the All-Star Cast.
Gift of Music Gala
Members from the West Orange
community recently filled Tanner
Hall for the Gift of Music Gala, a
dinner event to benefit the West Or-
ange High Choirs.
Included in the 200 in attendance
were parents, community busi-
nesses and community leaders
who heard a sampling from each
of the choirs, including Women's
Glee, Male Chorus. Concert Choir
and Bel Canto.
Jeff Redding. the choirs' direc-
tor, shared his vision about the
choirs. Community leaders who
showed their support of the pro-
gram included Winter Garden May-
or Jack Quesinberry, Ocoee May-
or Scott Vandergrift and Winder-
mere Mayor Gary Bruhn.
The purpose of the gala was to
bring together community members
to hear the choirs and to hear how
Redding develops the program to
bring out the best in all his students.
Local resident Bert Roper said:
"I appreciate the manner in which
the choirs move, respond and are
attentive to Mr. Redding and their
music. It is incredible how he can
bring together the range of music
- from high brow to spirituals. He
is really making a contribution in
their range of development."
Many community businesses
contributed to the success of the
event, including Carrabbas of Cler-
mont. Plantation Grove Publix, Pen-
guins Dessert Bar, Saris Restau-
rant, Island Ease and Starbucks.
Volunteer Choral Booster Club
members also individually deco-
rated each table with a theme.
Roper said: "The room looked
wonderfully decorated and unusu-
ally creative. It takes a lot of
parental involvement to have this
type of affair."
The choirs are preparing for their
Winter Concert, which will be held
at the First United Methodist
Church Downtown Orlando on Fri-
day, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. This event
will also be an assembly of com-
munity talent as the choirs join with
members of the Lakeview Middle
choirs and the Chain of Lakes Mid-
dle Hand Bell Choir, as well as the
Orlando Symphony. Composer
Roland Carter will also guest con-
duct several of his own Negro spir-
Tickets are available for $10 at
the WOHS choral department by
calling 407-905-2400, Ext. 2375.
Florida Theatre Conference
West Orange High Thespians re-
cently attended the Florida Theatre
Conference in Lakeland with 40
other schools from across the state.
Students attended workshops, au-
ditioned for colleges and compet-
ed in the secondary school one-act
Orange County was represented
in the competition by students from
both West Orange and Dr. Phillips
high schools. WOHS Thespians
presented John Pielmier's drama
Agnes of God and captured sec-
In addition, half of the cast of
Agnes received outstanding per-
formance awards. Giany Beltran
arid Taylor Aldrich were named to
the All-star Cast, and junior Whitney
Abell was named overall Best Ac-
tress for her performance.
The adjudicators were highly
complimentary to the cast and crew
of the production and praised sets,
costumes, lighting and musical un-
derscoring all of which were de-
signed and executed by the stu-
One judge said, "I kept having to
remind myself that these were high
school students and not a profes-
sional touring company."
The cast also included Geneva
Detommaso, Lindsey Mixon and
Kalyn Eury. The technical aspects
of the show were handled by Joe
Migliori. stage manager, with a crew
made up of Mark Glass, Bryan
Blount, Kristin Litterol, Rob Mob-
ley, Kevin Bryant, Jordan Mallonee,
Justin Durgana, Krystina Gilio, Gate
Young, Sara Gibson, Cole Abell
and Kristen Cervone.
The whole theater department is
now busy preparing for the up-
coming District V Thespian audi-
tions that will take place later this
For information about theater at
WOHS, call 407-905-2400, Ext.
Parents and community mem-
bers are invited to the School Ad-
visory Council meeting on Tues-
day, Dec. 5, at 5 p.m. in the media
center at West Orange High.
Foundation for OCPS
awards local teachers
New books, lab equipment, comput-
er software and more is on the way to lo-.:
cal classrooms, thanks to $179,919
granted,to teachers for learning en-
hancement endeavors. The Foundation.
for Orange County Public Schools has
distributed the funds to 311 teachers. In-,
all, 171 grant proposals submitted by,
teachers were funded. The grants are-
endowed by Darden Restaurants, Citi- C
group and Progress Energy..
Local grant award winners are: Bay -
Meadows Elementary, Caryl Mansour,- '
Darden Innovative, $1,000; Chain of;
Lakes Middle, Meredith Hegawalt,-
Progress Energy, $700.
Citrus Elementary won 10 grants:-
Karin Vorheis, Janet E. Beard, Janice--
Jones, Susan Daugherty, $500 each, Dar--
den Equipment; Wendy Martinez and"
Janice Jones, $1,000 each, Darden In-
novative; Tara Stokes, $950, Darden
Innovative; Vorheis and Beard, $250.;,
each, Darden Supplies: and Marcia-
Fletcher-Goldsmit. $240, Darden Sup-:.;,
Dr. Phillips High had four winners: -,
Roger Barrows and Lillian Lancaster. .
Darden Supplies, $250 each; Pricilla
Smith Long. Progress Energ). $3.000;
and Femando Malave. Progress Ener-
Gotha Middle received 11 grants: Cin-
di Brasch and Kristy Aldrich. Citigroup..
S500; Marjorie NMcGinley, Gioxann)
Scatliffe. Reina Mendez. Stephanie
Wilcox and Aldrich, Darden Lnnova--
ite, $995. Progress Energy grants wentm')
to Carole J. Davis, $2,790, Craig;,
Samuels, $3,000, Bonnie Lamson,--
$2.960. Robby G. Fulleton. $2.885. Mar-
sha Lynn Marion. $3.000. Johanna
Musser, $3.000. Susan Skibicki. $3.000.
Claudia Hav\wood. $3.000. and Char-
lene Mahan. $2.370.
LakevieN M iddle had rt o grants from
Progress Energy: Ron James, Linda Pe-
ters and Julie Scaboro. $3.000: and Jen-
ny Ra\\lings and Eric Schwalbach.
Ocoee Middle received two grants:
Brenda Gress Barmick, Darden Inno-
vatite. $1,000: and Tammy A. John- '
ston, Darden Supplies. $250.
Olympia High had three grants:
Stephanie Possell. Darden Equipment,
$500; and Lara Sharp and Michael Span- ,
gler. Progress Energy. $3.000 each.
Thornebrooke Elementarl received
t'xo Darden Innovative grants: Cyndi
Litz, $965, and Jennifer Jackson and
William Boon. $1.000.
Tilden\ille Elementary had Sx grants:
Doris Lugo-Schelmety and Kathleen '
Cahlo. Citigroup, $500: Saribel Wells.
Darden Equipment. $500: and Darden
Innovative. Jori Pace. $990: Lugo-Schel-
metv. $1.000: Julie Clemons-Hager.
$ 1.000; and Lauranette Ramos. $960.
Save the Date
You are invited to attend the
Montverde Academy Lower School
Pre-K 3 through fifth grade
S Open House
Saturday, December2 2006
9:00 am to 11:00 am
Dewitt Family Center for
Teacthing and Learning
Presentation by the Lower school
Dean Mr. Delmolino, addressing our
curriculum of Academics,
Enrichments, and Physical Education
Meet with teachers in their
classroom 4e enjoy refreshments
Guided tour of the facilities:
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clinic, computer and science
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The C1 % '.f ','lfi, i C,,d,r-. .
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15+ Yrs in Business. Call
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Semi-retired individual to
work 25-40 hrs weekly in
construction industry. Light
duty and supervisory skills
needed for estate homes un-
der construction. Valid
drivers license req. Spanish
language helpful. Call Dave
to apply. 407-832-5755 7:00
Driver, Sod Class A Local,
Clean MVR $40K. Plus
Benefits. Off Road and Fork-
lift, Exp Reqd. W.G. Grass-
ing 407-877-0709. 11/30tfn
Diesel Mechanic $18/hr +
benefits to start for Exp with
truck, forklift, trailers, trac-
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ABORIST WANTED: Cer-
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and have CDL License. Con-
tact Windermere Land &
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AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
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CONTROL CLERK. Sup-
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stock room and storage ar-
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preferable: Fast growing
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workers with opportunity for
advancement. We are a.
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Placement Assistance; As-
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CERTIFIED. Hands on
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ATED TRAINING SER-
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EXP. CLASS A drivers. In
state food service delivery.
Sun/Fri. nights. Lifting re-
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erage exp. a plus. $500 sign-
ing bonus. Accuracy bonus,
401k, pd. holidays & vaca-
tions. Call Nicole @ Kelly,
Foods, Winter Garden.
HEAVY TOW-TRUCK op-
erator: Experience req'd.
Class A CDL required. Ap-
ply in person. 500 Wilmer
DRIVERS NEEDED. CDL
required. Apply in person:
Johnson's Wrecker Service,
500 Wilmer Ave. Orlando.
No phone calls. 37317-
DRIVERS. TOW TRUCKS.
For w. Orange county. Light
and heavy duty. Will train.
DRIVER: YOU WANT IT,
WE HAVE IT! Solo, teams,
owner operators, company
drivers, students, recent
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be 21. CRST Career Center.
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tanker, no, hazmat, no
pumps, great benefits, com-
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ence. Call Bynum Transport
for your opportunity today.
CLASS-A CDL DRIVERS-
Now Hiring OTR & Local
Drivers- New. Equipment;
Great Benefits; Premium
Pay Package. Call Oakley,
OTR drivers deserve more
pay and more hometime!
$.48/mi. 1 year experience.
more! Home weekends! Run
our Florida Region! tHeart-
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F/T Bilingual Podiatry As-
sistant Needed for Busy
Ocoee Practice. Fax Resume
to 407-523-9325 11/23
Day Care Director Christian
Preschool: Seeking Experi-
enced, Daycare Director
with Director Credentials.
For Appointment call 407-
905-9446. 11/16, 11/23
Director for Assisted Living
Golden Pond Communities,
406 Lakeview Rd, Winter
COOK. Immediate opening
in upscale assisted living fa-
cility for PT cook. some ex-
a plus. Days/Evenings/
Weekends, must be flexible
and have reliable trans-
portation. Apply in person
at 80 N. Clarke Road, Ocoee.
Windermere Country Club.
Hiring for PT Evening Serv-
er. Call 407-876-1112 x 214.
Windermere Country Club.
Hiring for Experienced On-
Call Banquet Servers. Call
407-876-1112 x 214. 11/30
Windermere Country Club.
Hiring for PT Housekeep-
ing. Please Call 407-876-
1112 x 214. 11/30
COOKIES BY DESIGN
now hiring full & part-time.
Bakers, decorator, & drivers
to work Dr. Phillips area.
to fill & service. Deli Cook,
Cashier, good pay. Mon.-
Thurs. Food service at Auto
Auction. 407/947-6327 for
an appt. tfnafs.
Grow your career by Leaps,
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viewing teachers and teach-
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track preferred. Excellent
pay and benefits, with room
to grow. Call 407-808-3513
TANTILake Bennet Health
and Rehab, a 120-bed skilled
nursing facility in Ocoee, is
currently accepting applica-
tions for a full-time Activi-
should possess a genuine
love for the elderly with an
energetic and friendly per-
sonality. Full benefits avail-
able. If interested please con-
tact Valerie Davis, at (407)-
Loving mom to care for your
child full time/part time or
maybe just a day or night out
SGreat Rates, Hot Meals.
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School Crossing Guard: Ap-
plicants can apply at the
Oakland Police Department.
Applicant will be trained by
the Oakland officers and
must be a person of good
character and willing to work
outside in various weather
conditions. The Department
will supply necessary equip-
ment. the position is part-
time, 15 hours per week at
$8.50 per hour. Must be
available inmornings and af-
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Part Time, 24 +/- hours per
week, Admin. Assist. MS
Office, MS Excel and good
phone skills required. Fax
Earn Up to $550 WEEKLY
Working through the gov-
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Call Today!! (800)488-2921
Ask for Department W21.
HOME HEALTHCARE I
am seeking a position for the
Elderly or Handicap Home
Care in the Ocoee, Winder-
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I will assist with basic
grooming, cooking, clean-
ing, laundry, shopping etc.
Daytime or Evening Shift. I
am Basi Life Support and
CPR Certified with experi-
ence. $1600/mo. Please call
Items for Sale
90cc ATV'S $699. Includes
a great set of safety features,
including remote start/kill.
Available in 4 camo colors
and 5 solid colors. Delivery
Available. Accept all major
credit cards. 407-694-5502.
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GIGANTIC 2-DAY Auction
SNovember 30th, December
1-st, 2006, Montgomery, AL.
Single, tandem & ,tri-axle
dumps, truck tractors, low-
boys, crawler loaders & trac-
tors, excavators, motor
graders & scrapers, back-
hoes, rubber tired loaders,
right of way machines,
drilling EQ, forklifts, paving
skidders, feller bunchers, log
loaders, farm tractors. J.M.
Wood Auction Co., Inc.
Wood AL LIC #1137. f23
Jet 3 Electric Wheel chair.
DITION. $1,000. o.b.o.,
Must see. Call:321-388-
6488, 321-388-6489, 407-
METAL ROOFING SAVE
$$$ Buy Direct From Man-
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with all Accessories. Quick
turn around! Delivery Avail-
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Free (888)393-0335. f23
WOLFF TANNING BEDS
Buy Direct and Save! Full
Body units from $22 a
month! FREE Color Cata-
log CALL TODAY!
STEEL BUILDINGS. Fac-
tory Deals. Save $$$. 40 x
60' to 100 x 200'. Ex: 50 x
100 x 12' = $3.60/sq ft.
SALE..."DON'T MISS IT!"
December delivery or de-
posit holds till spring.
40'x60'x16' $12,800. Front
end optional. Other sizes
limited. Pioneer. (800)668-
"3" Nearly New, Queen
Mattress sets. Absolute Bar-
gain! Call: 407-375-0016.
ROOFING for Barns, Boat
Docks, Shops, etc. also cul-
vert Pipe: 15"x 20', 18" x 20'.
surplus steel & Supply, Inc.
REDUCED!!! RUG. INDI-
AN KASHAN Oriental. 12'
x 18' New, never used.
Handmade. New Zealand
wool. Ivory w/blue & pink
pastel flower pattern. $1900.
MUST SELL MAKE ANY
KEENES POINTE, BAY
HILL. I need a large home.
Montreaux Style, Color
Pecan Ash Antique White
Wash, 2 1/2 yrs. old pur-
chased from Hudson Furni-
ture-in Ocoee. Purchase price
new is $7,500, verified by
Cindy. Includes 2 leaves, 4
Chairs, Lighted Hutch with
Glass Shelves, lots of doors
and drawers. $5,000 (1/2 will
go to West Orange Ameri-
can 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
Queen size ortho pillow top
set w/warranty. $160. Brand
new and still in plastic 352-'
BED 100% ALL NEW in
plastic, name brand King pil-
low-top set. Delivery Avail-
able @220. 407-423-1202.
BED $150, ABSOLUTE
bargain. New queen, pillow-
top mattress set. In plastic.
Warranty, Delivery Avail-
able. 407-287-2619. 11/23
BED $125, MATTRESS set,
full-size, brand new, still in
plastic, Delivery Available.
Memory-Foam Mattress Set.
Brand new w/warranty.
$495.00 Can deliver. 321-
Hot Tub-$1795 LOADED!!
Brand new with therapy jets,
bucket seats, cup-holders,fi-
bre-optic waterfall. Custom
digital balboa controls. Still
in crate w/warranty. Can de-
liver. 352-394-5813. 11/23
Mattress Set-$220.All new
king 3 pc. Ortho Pillowtop
set w/warranty. Never Used.
Can deliver if needed, 352-
BED-$120-Brand new with
warranty (never used) full
size ortho mattress set-still
in plastic, can deliver 352-
Pool table-Brand new, Gor-
geous 8' all-wood table. 1"
Italian slate, leather pockets,
nicely carved legs. Still in
crate. Cost $4500, sacrifice
for $1350. Delivery and set-
up available. 352-394-3279
Bedroom Set- GORGEOUS
Louis Phillippe Sleigh Bed,
hb, fb, rails, dresser, mirror,
chest, and night stand in
beautiful cherry wood. Nev-
er used. Sells for 4,000. Sac-
rifice for $1,395. 352-394-
Leather Sofa: Love Seat-
Brand new $795. 352-394-
510 E. HWY 50.
HUGH GARAGE SALE:
Tools, Household Items, Au-
tomotive, Jewelry, Electri-
cal, Clothing, Dune Buggy,
Jet Ski, Equipment, & Much,
Much, More!! Nov 24th and
25th. 7:30-4:30. 703 Lake-
view Dr. Ocoee. 11/23
Huge Moving Sale: Sat. Nov
25th, 8 til ?. Everything
must go!!Jet 3 Electric
Wheelchair $1,000 obo.
1557 5th Ave. Corner of 5th
and Angola. Across from
Ocoee Golf Course. 11/23
Multi Family Yard Sale:
Lakeview Village, Ocoee,
Nov.24th Thru 26th. Ocoee
Hills Rd. & Fluwelling. Fur-
niture, Outdoor Furniture,
Household Items, Tools, Ex-
ercise Equipment, and More.
ESTATE SALE: 227 S. Blu-
ford Ave., Ocoee. Across
from Ocoee Middle School.
Nov. 24th, 25th, 26th (8-4:00
Daily). Whole House of Fur-
niture, Glassware, Col-
lectibles, Misc Housewares,
and Tools. 11/23
Garage Sale: Nov. 24th &
25th, Avon, Toys, Clothes,
Furniture, Tools, 1207 Oak-
wood Lane, Off Silver Star
take Ocoee Hills Rd. 11/23
Lots of Stuff, Baby Items,
Kitchen Items, Some Furi-
ture, Clothes & Much
More!! 1454 Spring Ridge
Circle. Crown Point Springs,
Sub, Winter Garden.
Sat/Nov 25th. 8am-2.11/23
Garage/Estate Sale. 11/24/06
and 11/25/06, from 8am-
3pm. 1507 Fullers Cross Rd,
HAD A GARAGE SALE
LAST WEEKEND SOME
ITEMS THAT ARE LEFT
TO BE SOLD ARE THE.
PLETE GE APPLIANCE
STOVE WITH BUILT IN
GRILL, SELF CLEANING
OVEN, AND DISHWASH-
ER $200. ITEMS CAN BE
SOLD SEPARATELY FOR
ALL SIZES IN
GIRLS/BOYS & TEENS,
MENS ALL SIZES, AND
LADIES ALL SIZES
FROM 2 TO 26w.JEANS,
PANT SUITS, DRESSES,
IF YOU WOULD LIKE A
NEW WARDROBE CALL
ME! BEDROOM FURNI-
TURE- PECAN WOOD,
ARMOIRE HAS 5 DRAW-
ERS, TRIPLE DRESSES
WITH 12 DRAWERS AND
2 MIRRORS W/NIGHT-
STAND, AND OTHER
FURNITURE. IF INTER-
ESTED CALL SHERRI
WISE AT 407-656-5125 OR
407-963-0486 TO SET UP
TIMES. LEAVE MES-
SAGE IF NOT AVAIL-
ABLE, WILL CALL PACK
Animals for Sale
yrs.Blond, spayed, purebred,
but no papers.Very Sweet.
$100.00 Info: 407-625-5981.
Free to Good
Rescued Cats Fixed/Shots.
Donations helpful. Joyce
407-884-7721. Irma 407-
Dog-Free. Short Hair, Ger-
man Pointer. Female, Spade,
All shots. Call: 352-536-
6200 n/c tfn
Sweet Loving 11 month Fe-
male Huskymix Spayed
$25.00 Donation. Racheal at
407-877-2428. n/c tfn.'
Calico Sisters, 6 month,
Adorable spayed, keep to-
gether, $30.00 Donation.
Irma 407-235-0782. n/c tfn.
Auto For Sale
2004 F150 Triton Lariat
SLT. Excellent condition
3300 miles. $28,000 Firm.
Less than 2 Years Old. Super
Clean, Leather, Wedgewood
Blue. Call Sherry Wise. 407-
656-5125 or 407-963-0486.
Leave Message 11/30
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good condition, cold air, V*,
uner 100,000 miles original,
new rims. 47,000 O.B.O.
407-758-8176. or 321-695-
1999 Isuzu Rodeo SUV.
2WD 127,000 miles; elec-
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a.c. (silver) Excellent con-
dition! $6500.00 FIRM. Ve-
hicle has been thoroughly
checked by mechanics at
Crawford Tire in Ocoee.
Used transmission has been
put in by Master Car Care in
Ocoee (Warranty is avail-
able for you to purchase on
transmission) IF INTER-
ESTED CALL: Sherry Wise
@ (407)656-5125 or (407)
963-0486, Leave Message.
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OCOEE 3/2 on Starke Lake
with dock. All appliances in-
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OCOEE 4/2 New style home
(Cathedrals), all appli-
$1,600 month, 12-month
lease. 407-579-9824. 11/30
Ocoee, 2/1 Screened Porch,
Storeroom, Stove, Refrig.
$925.00 Net per month.
$1,000 security. No Pets
Home For Rent, Winter Gar-
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/plus deposit. 407-832-3179
Condos and ,
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with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths,
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$700.00 per month. Call
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For Rent: 2/2 Unit in town
Homes of W.G. w/screen
Patio. $850 month. Call sue
Quiet 2/2 CONDO WIN-
TER-GARDEN. Avail. Nov.
1, New carpet, tile, paintsec-
ond floor,extra storage,
washer/dryer, large closets.
Close to historical down-
town & bike trail. $850.00
mo. plus deposit.Call PJ @
407-656-9512. Leave mes-
Newly remodeled 2BR/2BA
condo now available near
West Oaks. Pool, fitness cen-
ter, tot lot. $950 m6. $250
dep. 407-765-6934 11/16
Townhome For Rent. Inde-
pendence, One Mile From
Rear Entrance to Disney, on
535. Community Pool,
Parks, Loads of Ammenities.
2Bedroom/2.5 Bath, 2 Car
Garage. Like New All Ap-
pliances. Available Imme-
diately. $1195/mth. Plus
$1,000 Security Deposit.
Call 407-595-8616. 11/16
WINTER GARDEN South-
ern Pines, Neu 2'2 condo,
door Basketball, $995/mo.
hunters s Creek Properties.
'Townhome For Rent. Inde-
pendence, One Mile From
.Rear Entrance to Disney, on
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pJiances. Available Imme-
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S 1,000 Security Deposit.
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NE' Townhome for rent
.only $1280 ,WINDER-
Ten minutes away from Dis-
ney. 3bedr/2.5 bath, 2 car-
Duplex 2Br/lBa. Freshly
Remodeled. $750 Deposit
and $750 per month rent. No
Pets or Smokers. 407-877-
9425 and leave message.
Ocoee Duplex Apt.
2/BR/1BA NO Pets, $750.00
month & Deposit. 407-656-
5278 Leave Message. 11/23
Room For Rent: Furnished,
Walking Distance to Stores.
All Utilities Included.
Furnished Room for Rent:
Direct TV, Washer/Dryer,
(with a clause), kitchen priv-
ileges, phone/ local only,
smoker/drinkers ok. Male
late 30's into 50's. Hermit
type person, background
check, $500.00 month with
$100.00 deposit. Phone:
HOUSE MATE WANTED:
Share BEAUTIFUL 3 Bed-
room, 2 Bath house on Lake
Apopka, Winter Garden.
$625 a/month, plus 1/2 util-
ities. Deposit Required. 407-
31 S. Main St.
sewer & garbage.
For Lease 1800 sq ft Ware-
Building, with 20' High Ma-
sonry Walls, and two 14'
High Bay Doors. approx. 1
acre of land between Cler-
mont and Winter Garden
WINTER GARDEN 3780
SQ FT, Warehouse Avail-
able. Space includes grade
level roll up doors, tall ceil-
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location off Hwy 50 and the
FL Turnpike. $2,835 per
month call Owner/Agent
Peter with RealTrend, Inc.
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Available. Space includes
1,650 sf of warehouse and
200 sf of A/C office. Ware-
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roll up doors, tall ceilings
and gated yard. Great loca-
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call Owner/Agent Peter with
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3 Br, 2 bath home on Large
Comer Shaded Lot. Xlg Liv-
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20x24 Aluminum Shed w/2
Car Covered Garage (possible
apt.) New Above Ground Pool
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3/2 Large corner lot home
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floor plan newly remodeled
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Notice of Public Sale
Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on December 8,2006
'at 8:00 a.m, at 1510 N. Forsyth
Road, Orlando, Fl 32807 for the
towing and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78 Terms are Cash
MD Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
Notice of Public Sale
Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on December 7,2006
at 8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth
Road, Orlando, Fl 32807 for the
towing and storage pursuant toF.S.
#713.78 Terms are Cash.
MD Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
Notice of Public Sale
Auction lot tr tilillowing rvenicles
will be r et on December 5.2006
at 800 a TI at 1510 N[. Fors/itn
Road, Orlando. Fi 328017 ir Ihe
towing and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78 Terms are Cash
Vmn# IFMDu32.OPUA48193 -
MD Towing reserves Ine right tO
accept or reect jn anrid a 311 ids
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 12-04-06 AT 9:00 AM AT
RALPH JOHNSONTOWING 11409
W COLONIAL DR OCOEE. FLORI-
DA THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES
WILL BE SOLO FOR CASH FOR THE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT SUBSECTION 713 :8 OF
THE FLORIDA STATUES SOME OF
THE VEHICLES POSTED MAr
HAVE'ALREADY BEEN RELEASED
AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SALVAGE
87 CHEV 4D VIN #
RALPH JOHNSON S TOWING SER-
VICE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY AND ALL
BIDS BIDDING BEGINS AT THE
AMOUNT OWED ALL VEHICLES
SOLD AS IS NO WARRANTY S
AND NO GUARANTEE OF TITLES
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Pursujnnl o the Floridj S Olturei
nuliLe is ri erir given 11r irhe Cilt
ol Winter Garden Plannring 6 Z2on.
ing Board will nola a public n ar-
ing on December 4 006 at 6 30
p m or as soon aher ari possible
t0 consiOer trIe adopion or Inme ll
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE
CITY OF WINTER GARDEN S COM-
PREHENSIVE PLAN BY CHANGING
THE DESIGNATION FROM CIT,'
SUBURBAN TO COMMERCIAL FOR
PROPERTY GENERALLY DE.
SCRIBED AS 8.52 ACRES OF
LAND LOCATED ON THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF AVALON ROAD
AND TILDEN ROAD: PROVIDING
fOR SEVERABILITY: PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN. FLORIDA RE-
ZONING APPROXIMATELY 8.52
ACRES Of CERTAIN REAL PROP
ERTY GENERALLY LOCATED ON
THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
AVALON ROAD ANDTILDEN ROAD
FROM CITY PUD TO CIT' PCD,
PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN PCD
REOUIREMENITS: PROVIDING FOR
SEvERABILITY: PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE
Copies ol the proposed ordinance
(wnin includes the legal description
In metes and Dbonds o0 Ihe pro-
posea site) nay be Inspected by
the public between the hours ol
8 00 a m. and 5'00 p m. Monday
to Friday of each weel. at City Hall
at 251 West Plant Street For more
information please contact Bran.
don Byer at 656-4111 le- 2i9i
Interested parlies may appear at
the meetings and be near wilh ie-
spect to the proposed ordinance
Written comments will be accepted
balore or at ihe pubDIC hearings
Any persons wishing Io appeal a
decision ol Ine PuDlic body shoulU
ensure a verbaum record of the pro.
ceedings is made Any persons wnirn
disablilies needing special accoirn-
modalons should Eubmlt 3 wr;ilen
request to me Planning & Zoning
Depanrtment. 270W Plaint Sl.. Wrn-
ler Garden FL 34787 or phone
14071656-4111.E< 2292 at least
48 hours prior o tIhe feeling
The meelings will be held at Cry
Commission Chambers lorated at
251 W. Plant SI. In Winter Garaen
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Pursuant 1to ine Florida S131aues,
notice is hereby given that me City
ol Winter Garden Commission will
hold a public heatng on December
14,2006 @ 630 p.m. or as soon al-
ler a.poss ble lo consider the adop-
lion 0l Ine following ordinance
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN. FLORIDA. RE-
ZONING CERTAIN REAL PROPER-
TY GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS
0 33 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED AT
305 S WOODLAND STREET FROM
CITY R-2 TO CITY C-3; PROVID-
ING FOR SEVERABILITY: PROVID-
'ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE
Copies of the proposed ordinances
(which Includes the legal description
in metes and bounds of the pro-
posed site) may be inspected by
the public between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
to Friday of each week at 270 West
Plant Street. For more Informatlon,
please contact Regina McGruder at
407-656-4111 eet. 2312.
Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed ordinance.
Written comments will be accepted
before or at the public hearings.
Any persons wishing to appeal a
decision of the Public body should
ensure a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made.
The meeting will be held at Tanner
Hall, located at 29 Garden Avenue
in Winter Garden Florida.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Notice is hereby given thatthe Win-
ter Garden Planning & Zoning
Board will hold a Public Hearing on
Monday, December 4,2006 at 6:30
p.m., oras soon after as possible,
.at City Commission Chambers lo-
cated at 251 W. Plant Street, for a
Special Exception Permit to allow
Britt Business Center Lots 7-11 (aka
Rush Trucking) located at 530,550,
570,590,610 E CrownPointRoad
to construct and operate a retail
truck sales and service center.
SCopi, of ihe proposed request may
De inspecidd by the public between
ihe noursl t8 00ai a m and 5 o0
p m Mondav to Fliday Cl e3an w evK
a1t 70 West Pianl SIruel For more
iniormation pleaselcal Regina Mc-
Gruder at 656.41 1 el1 2312
Any and all obleclion, will be heard
ai Ihis time anid fi o val1d obiec-
lion: are presented to Ihe c'nlilar/.
colnsideraiion will tb given ior
granting this request. You are ad-
vi;sed ihal if a person derides io ap-
peal any de iion made with re'.pe'.i
,:i ainy mtanir conidlervd at such
hearing Iren iey iuill neud to en-
sure8 nat a verbatim record or he
proceedings is made which in-
cludes ihe lieimoriny and evidence
upon wnhicn inh appeal is t O,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA '
Notic is hereby given thal the WinI
ler Gaiden Planning & Zoning Board
will hold a Public Hearin on Monday
December 4,2006 at 6 30pm or as
soon aneras possible, aCi Ciry Cm
mission Chambers located a351 W
Plant Street Winter Garden FL o1
review a 2 looi rear .eibDjc variance
and a 5 loor side ydrd Ioum n set-
bacr variance at 440 N. Main SIrieil
Tnhe-e variances will 311aw ihe own-
ers o1 Duild an ana3Snd garage
Copies ol ihe proposed request may
be inspe:lted bV ihe public Dbeween
the hours or 8 00 a m and 5 00 p m
Monday to Fridav oI each week at
270 Wei Plant Street Formone in
Iormalion. please Call Regina M,:-
Gruder a1 65-4111l e,1 2312
Any and all olbecoions will be heard
at inhs iirir and If no valid otilecliins
are presenied -I, the 'ontrari/ [on-1
'ider3al.'n avii be i .'-ii ior graningr
0hi' reque. i 'JU are advlSed tInal il
a person decides 0 appeal any de-
:.ci.ion made win respect o0 any mat
iltr considered at L such neirng then
Iney i1l need to ensure inha 3 ver-
bauim record o1 I e proceedings is
made which includes ihe lesiimony
and evidence upon whicn he appeal
is to te based
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Notlce is hereby given that me CiTy ol
Winner Garden Planning and Zoning
Board will on December 4 2006 *@
6 30 p m or as soon aher as poss,.
ble hold a pulhc hearing ;n Ciry
Commission Chamners located at
251 W Plant Sreel Winier Garden.
FL in order t review a Special E.-
ceplion Permit request lot property
located at 1330 Winter Garaer,
Vineland Road in Winier Garden
Florida This Special E.rceplion Per
mi will allow the property o ue used
as a child day care center
Copies o the proposed request may
be inspecied by the public between
ihe hours or8 00 a m and 5 00 p m
Monday 1t Friday ol each week at
270 Wes Plant Streel Formorein-
lormdlion, please call Branaon By-
ers aS656-4111 el 2292.
Any and all oblecilons will be heard
at this time it no valid objections
are presented I.j the contrary. con-
sideration will be given lor granting
this request You are advised lha3 II
a person decides to appeal any de.
clisloin made with respect Io any mat-
ter considered at such hearing, Ihen
Inev wiIlI need 10 ensure a verbatim
record ol Ihe Proceedings is made
whimn includes ihe lesimony and
evidence upon which ine appeal is
1a be based
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Nohice is herehy given Ihai lhe Win.
let Garden Planning & Zoning Board
will hold a Public Heanng on Monday,
December 4.2006 at31 6 30 p m. or as
soon aher as possiDle al City Comr
mission Cnhambers locked at 251 W.
PlanIr Sutreet. Winter Garden FL in or-
der to review a 4 Tool rear setback
variance Or 343 Wnmdlord Court Tne
variance will allow the property own-
ers to build an enclosed screen
Copies ol the proposed request may
be inspected by Ihe public between
me hours ol 8 00 a.m and 5 00 p m
Monday to Friday ol eacn week al
270 Wesi Plant Sireel Fot more in-
formation, please call Regina Mc-
Gruder at 656.4111 eri 2312
Any and all objections will be heard
atl his i.me ana di no valid objections
are presented to the contrary, con-
siderailon will be given for granting
mtis request You are advised hal I i
person decides to appeal any de-
cision made with respect to any mal-
ler considered at such nearing, then
Lney will need to ensure that a ver-
balim record of Ihe proceedings s
made wnich Includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the appeal
Is 1o be based
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Notice Is hereby given that the City
of Winter Garden Planning and Zon-
ing Board will, on December 4,
.2006 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon after
as possible, hold a public hearing in
City Commission Chambers locat-
ed at 251 W. Plant Street, Winter
Garden, FL to review a 12 foot 8
Inch rear setback variance located
In the Courtlea Oaks Subdivision
SPhase 28 (Lot 70), The variance will
allow the property owners to con-
struct a 401 x 271-81 (4 car) garage
on the proposed single family
Copies of the proposed request may
be inspected bythe public between
the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m. Mondayto Friday of each week
at 270 West Plant Street. For more
information, please call Regina Mc-
Gruder at 656-4111 ext. 2312.
Any and all objections will be heard
at this time and if no valid objec-
tions are presented to the contrary,
consideration will be given for
granting this request. You are ad-'
vised that if a person decides to ap-
peal any decision made with respect
to any matter considered at such
hearing, then they will need to en-
sure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made which in-
cludes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Notice is hereby given that the Win-
ter Garden Planning & Zoning
Board will hold a Public Hearing on
Monday December4, 2006 at 6:30
p.m., or as soon after as possible;
at City Commission Chambers lo-
cated at 251 W. Plant Street,.Wln-
ter Garden, FL to review the vari-
ance request for a reduction of the
number of required parking spaces
from 560 spaces to 466 spaces at
the Garden Plaza (aka Peoples
Plaza), 12301 West Colonial Drive.
The variance will allow additional
landscaping and construction of the
SCopies of the proposed request may'
be inspected by the public between
the.hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m. Monday to Friday of each week
at 270 West Plant Street. For more
information, please call Regina Mc-
Gruder at 656-4111 ext. 2312.
Any and all objections will be heard.
at this time and if no valid objec-
tions are presented to the contrary,
consideration will be given for
granting this request.You are ad-
vised that if a person decides to ap-
- peal any decision made with respect
to any manner considered at such
hearing, Thin They will need to en-
sure lhai a verDalm record ot1 he
proceedings is made which in.
: ludes In lesliTmory and evidenLe
upon which ine appeal is to be
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Ij'.: ,- nircivy ,,-,' rt i'e L inr,
ol Winter Garden Pianning and Zon-
rig Board will on December 4
2006 6 30 p m or a. soon aner
as possible, hold a public( nearing in
Ciry Commisscon Cnambers iocal.
ed 31 251 W Plant Street Winter
Garden. FL In order to review an
boal dock variiace request lor
property loc:ated at 1857 Black Lake
Boulevard in Winler Garden, Flori-
da. Tie variance wll allow he own-
ers lo c:'nsIrucl a boat dock with a
121 \ 38i covered boal house and 101
S10i covered actlivcy area
Any and all objections will be near
al Inis nime II no valid Oblectrons
are presented to the contrary. con-
siderailon will be given lotr grant-
ing this request You are advised
that it a person decides to appeal
any decision made with respect to
any manner conildeied at such near-
ing, then they will need Io ensure
a vetbatim record r1 thP proceEdings
is made which includes the leSil,
money and evidence upon whit n the
appeal is to be based
It you have any questions.
please call Brandon Byers. Planner
at 407-656-4111 Ev1 2292
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
CITY OF WINTER
Pursuantl o Ihe Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the City
ol Winler Garden Commission wil
hold a public hearing on December
14.2006 @6 30 pm or as soon al-
ter as possible Io consider Ihe adop-
lion or01 the following ordinance-
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN. FLORIDA RE-
ZONING CERTAIN REAL PROPER-
TY GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS
0 17 ACRES OF LAND LOCATED AT
111 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
FROM CIT/ R-2 TO CITY' C-3. PRO.
VIDING FOR SEVERABILIT'r'. PRO.
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE
Copies ol me proposed ordinances
Iwneh includes tie legal descnplion
in meles and bounds ol the pro-
posed site) may be inspected by
Ine public between me ours ol
8:00 a m and 5 00 p m Monday
o1 Friday ol each week at 270 West
PlanI Streer For more inlormaIion.
please conlacl Regina McGruder at
407-656-4111 e<. 2312
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE NINTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
CASE NO, 06-ca-9531 H34
GEORGE KING ai/ka/ MEDERIC
ARCHAMBAULT. THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE KING. COBB GEORGE
JONES AND ANY AND ALL
OF THE AFORESAID DEFENDANTS
HEIRS DEVISEES. GRANTEES.
LIENORS. CREDITORS. TRUSTEES
SHAREHOLDERS. OFFICERS OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY.
THROUGH. UNDER OR AGAINST
ANY OR ALL OF SAID DEFEN-
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GEORGE KING a/k/a MEDERIC
ARCHAMBAULT, THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE KING, COBB GEORGE
JONES, AND ANY AND ALL HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, PERSONAL REPRE-
SENTATIVES, TENANTS OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
ALL OF SAID DEFENDANTS,
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to quiet.title to the fol-
property in Orange County, Florda:
Lots 32,33 and 34; in Block 26,
of PARADISE HEIGHTS, according
Plat thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 0, at page 31, of the public
of Orange County, Florida,
has beenfiled against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
defenses, if any, to it on Ronald W.
Sikes, Esquire, the'Plaintiff's attor-
address Ronald W. Sikes, PLLC, at
1000 East Robinson Street, Suite
A; Orlando, Florida 32801, on or
before December 22, 2006, and file,
original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on the Plain-
or immediately thereafter; other-.
wise a default will be entered
against you for
relief demanded in the complaint
Dated this 14th day of November,
Clerk of the Court
CIVIL COURT SEAL
Notice of Sale
SPursuant to Fl. St. 713.585, Auto
Lien & Recovery Experts, Inc.
w/Power of Attorney, will sell the
following vehicles to the highest
bidder to satisfy lien. All auctions
held with reserve, as is where is,
Cash or Certified funds. Inspect 1
week prior at lienor facility. Inter-
ested parties call 954/893-0052.
Sale date 12-14-06 @10:00 am.
Auction will occur where each ve-
hicle is located under License
AB0000538 Be advied lhail :wn.
Ir r or nnrolder nasa righl Io a nEar
nig prior 10 me scheduled die ol
S31e by filing with Ihe Clerk ul
Courns OwneriLienholder ray re-
cover vehicle wihhouIl insiuhling lu-
dical proceedings by pcsting bond
as pe FL Sita 559 917 25, buy-
er premium aadillonal Net pro-
ceeds in e.ces ol lien amount will
be deposited wnih ihe Clerk ol Coun
ORGC856 lien amt $5890.77 2005
HYUNDAI I 4D0
eg ADVANTAGE RENT A CAR of
300S 24TH ST, PHOENIX: "-
cus ERIC THOMPSON OF
2121 NEW VICTOR RD OCOEE
I h DAIMLER CHR'iSLER SER-
viCES ol )7;IriJK3STER ROAD
CiMS N FARMIfJTirTItJ HILL'
lienor ALTERNATIVE TRANSMIS-
SIONS 13202 W COLONIAL DR
UNIT B WINTER PARK
pnone 407-87 7-3664
ORGC857 ben aml $462500 1998
VOLKSWAGEN 4D vir. WVW-
reg KATHLEEN M ACCIAOLI
ol 51 BRIGHT WATER DR WAR-
cus. JOHN DOE ol
In. VW CREDIT NCG of 1401
FRANKLIN BLVD LIBERTYVILLE
henor CALICHES AUTO.-1322
35TH ST STE 103, ORLANDO
ORGC989 len amt $3536.38 1996
NISSAN 4D v.rin
req LESLIE GAIL MORGAN-
CHRISTMAS ol 304 QUAIL COURT.
cus. LESLIE GAIL MORGAN.
CHRISTMAS ol304 QUAIL COURT.
I h NONE
lienor. LEMON CHASERS AUTO-
MOTIVE. 917 W CENTRAL BLVD.
ORGC990 iien amt 3536 381995
FORD SW vine
reg SAVANNAH DAVIS MORGAN ol
304 QUAIL CT.CASSELBERRI
cus LESLIE CHRISTMAN of 304
OUAIL COURT CASSELBERR\
ih NONE ol
lienor- LEMON CHASERS AUTO-
MOTIVE. 917 W CENTRAL BLVD.
ORGC995 lien amt $2350 00 1998
FORD SW vln,
reg" ALENA PATRICIA MONBERG
ol 100 WASHINGTON ST. CUM.
cus UNKNOWN o1
I n. NONE ol
lenor ORLANDO AMERICAN COL-
LISON.' 2822 FORS I'TH RD BLDG
2846. WINTER PARK
ORGDO40 lien amt $10200 54 1999
JAGUAR 2D vin#
reg COPART BR 1866736 or PO
BOX 500, GREEhWELL SPRING
cus ROSELLS AUTO BROKERS of
500 5. HIGHLAND ST ORLANDO
I.h NONE ol
lienor. THE CAR PORT SPECIAL-
IST, 1, 9797 S ORANGE BLOSSOM
ORGD059 lien amt $329000 2001
PONTIAC 40 vmin
reg: ELLEN D/CASSELS WILLIAMS
oi 1157 CITY PARK AVE, ORLAN-
cus: CASSETTE WILLIAMS ol 1157
CITY PARK AVE. ORLANDO
I h. TANSOUTH FINANCIAL CORP
or 5104 W COLONIAL DR. OR-
lienor NAZ AUTO SALES & RE-
PAIR. I 3720 1/2 OLD WINTER
GARDEN R. ORLANDO
ORGD069 lien ami $3200001996
FORD 40 vin#
reg: HOUSEHOLD AUTOMOTIVE
FINANA ol 5855 COPLEY DRIVE.
cus. UNKNOWN of
I h: NONE ol
lenor CRAZY AUTOMATIC. 220
FORSYTH RD #P26 ORLANDO
ORGD070 lien amt $3536 18 1993
FORD 4D viln
reg: KIMBERLY EJENNINGS/ALVIN
S of 5550 SILVER STARD RD,
cus: ALVIN SORHAINDO of 1625
MERCY DR APT #5, ORLANDO
I.h: NONE of
lienor: JUNIOR BRACETTI AUTO
REPAI, 953 MERCY DR # A-B-C,
ORGD071 lien amt$ 2485.551991
FORD PK vin#
reg: FRANK CLARENCE GRANT of
430 LIME ST, EATONVILLE
cus: CRANTTREE SERVICE of P.O.
BOX 943545, MAITLAND
I.h: NONE of
lienor: HEINTZELMAN'S TRUCK
CTR IN, 2424 N JOHN YOUNG
ORGD077 lien amt $4215.141.994
TOYOTA 4D vin#
reg: ENEGILDA N ALMANZAR of 31
LAS PALMAS WAY, KISSIMMEE
cus: ANILDA ALMANZAR of 4131
MISSION CT APT 204, KISSIMMEE
l.h: BENEFICIAL FLORIDA INC. of
951 SEMORAN BLVD, CASSEL-
lienor: CARMONA REPAIR, INC.
1455 W LANDSTREET UNIT 502,
ORGD078 lien amt $7442.65 1999
FORD. 4D vin#
reg: BRENT A STRWDER/BRENTA
BE of 5991 CUIRY FORD RD 221,
cus: BRENT ANTHONY BEARD of
5991 CURRY FORD RD #221, OR-
i.h: WELLS FARGO AUTO FINANCE
IN ofPO BOX 53438, PHOENIX
lienor: GREENWAY FORD INC.,
9001 E COLONIAL DR ORLANDO
ORGD084 lien amt $10875.39
2002 NISSAN. UT vin#
reg: EDGARDO JOSE FERMIN of
2237 CORDOBA BEND, WESTON
cus: EDGARDO FERUIN of 2237
CORDOBA BEND, WESTON
I.h: TRIAD FINANCIAL CORP of PO
BOX 3299, HUNTINGTON BEACH
lienor: CAR TUNES AUDIO, 2359
FORTUNE RD, KISSIMMEE
ORGDO88 lien amt $ 6772.401977
MACK TK vin# dm686sx3541
reg: EAST COLONIAL BUY-SELL
SHOP of 6139 E COLONIAL DR,
cus: EAST COLONIAL RECYCLING
lienor: BIL\MAS ENTERPRISES,
INC, 6847 HANGING MOSS ROAD,
ORGD060 lien amt $3870.001995
DODGE RAM VN vin#
reN SANTOS NELSi' DANlE ULLOA
cl 1050 REDMAN ST APT D OR.
cus: BOLVAN CHACOM of
I h NATIONAL SALES & LEASING
IN ol PO BOIX 187 HAINES CLT
iienrr CALICHES. 414 S. ORANGE
BLOSSOM TRL. ORLANDO
ORGD8DO0 hen aml $ 3425 00 1992
INTERNATIONAL DT vin t IHSH-
reg MICHAEL LORENZO MORSE
o1127 FOUIITAIIHEAO DR. DEL-
cus: FIA'AGG MIKE of
I n MiSSIOrj FINANCIAL SERVICES
.,1 2475 Lr TuSTir. ORANGE
ienor BIL-MAS ENTERPRISES.
IINC 6847 HANGING MOSS ROAD.
ORGL'Cu9 i,~li, jmal 13300 1 1988
MACK T, vin#
reg. VP LEASING iNC 0o PO BOX
cus VIP PRESS CI
lienor: BIL-MAS ENTERPRISES,
INC. 6847 HANGING MOSS RD,
ORGD090 Ilen amt $3390 00 1988
FORD TK vni# 1FDYW82AOJ-
res JOSEPH BROTHERS LANFD-
SCAPING o. 3209 FORSiTH RD.
cus JOSEPH BROS I:,
lienor BILMAS ENTERPRISES
INC 6847 HANGING MOSS ROAD.
ORGD091 ien amr $4906 56 1991
NISSAN 4D vin#
reg THOMAS WASHBOURNE ol
2427 LOCKE AVE. ORLANDO
cus. T WASHBOURNE of 2427
LOCKE AVE, ORLANDO
I h NONE
henor FM AUTOMOTIVE INC 1119
S ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL OR-
ORGD093 lien ami 1 $3407 71 1997
reg RODNE'y BOBANl 0112212
DOKOTA WOODS LN. ORLANDO
cus MARK A COLLINS or 7330
RUSH CT. ORLANDO
I h. HRSI ,t PO BOX 4145. CAROL
lienor JUDE S CI'CLE SERVICE.
ORGD094 lien amt $3171 002001
SUZUKi MC vine
reg ROSALINA JENKINS or 609
VIRGINFIA WOODS LN. ORLANDO
cus GERMAI.E WEST or 210. IS-
LAND WALK DRIVE. ORLANDO
linror. JUDE S CYCLE SERVICE
3038 N JOHN YOUNG PKWY STE 2
AUTO LIEN RECOVER/ Ev-
HOLLYWOOD FL 33081.0000
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Noiice ol IlorecIosure ol Lien and
intend 10 sell ihese vehicles on
12/15f2006.08.00 am at 103 S Or-
ange Blossom Trail Orlando. Fl
32805. pur'sual to subsection
713 78 ol Ine Florida Slalutes
Hughes Towing & Recovery re-
serves ine eight to accept or reject
any and/or all bids
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
01/06/2007, 08:00 am at 103 S. Or-
ange Blossom Trail Orlando, FI
32805, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
Hughes Towing & Recovery re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: Hughes
Towing & Recovery gives Notice of
foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on 12/08/2006,
08:00 am at 103 S. Orange Blos-
som Trail Orlando, Fl 32805, pur-
suant to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. Hughes Towing &
Recovery reserves the right to ac-
cept or reject any and/or all bids.
CITY OF WINTER GARDEN
This ad is to serve as legal notice that
the Winter Garden City Commis-
sion and the Charter Review Advi-
soryBoard will conduct a joint
workshop on Thursday, November
30,2006, at 6:30 p.m. for the pur-
pose of discussing proposed
amendments to there City Charter.
Immediately following, staff.will be
,presenting to the City Commission
proposed exterior designs for a new
City Hal. Persons with disabilities
needing assistance to attend,
should contact the Office of the City
Clerk (407) 656-4111 Ext. 2254,48
hours in advance of the scheduled
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Slys Towing & Recovery gives No-
tice of foreclosure of Lien and intent
to sell vehicles pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes that on 12/5/06, 10:00am
at;119 5th St Winter Garden, Fl
34787-3613. Slys Towing, & Re-
covery reserves right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
1991 PONT FIREBIRD 2DR
1994HON CIVIC 2DR JHM-
2000 CHE BLAZER. UTILITY
2000 OLD ALERO 4DR
2001 POINT GRAND AM 2DR
2004 MIT LANCER 4DR
NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will sell
at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suanttoChapter713.78 of the Flori-
da Statutes on November 30, 2006
at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*
Located at: 151 W TAFT
VINELAND ROAD, ORLANDO, FL
Any persons) claiming any inter-
ests) in the above vehicles con-
tact: Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc.
ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FORORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: The Marriage of
SONIA MARIA SANTANA
CASE NO. DR 06-16972
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: FERDINAND BERNABE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action forth Petition for disso-
lution of Marriage has been filed
against you in the above referenced
case. You are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if
any, to it on counsel for Petitioner,
Brendan F. Linnane, Esquire, whose
address is 636 West Yale Street,
Orlando, Florida, Esquire,.whose
address is 636 West Yale Street,
Orlando, Florida 32804 on or be-
fore December 7,2006, and file the
original with the Clerk of the Court,
Domestic Relations Division, at 435
North Orange Avenue, Orlando,
Florida 32801. If you fail to do so
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Peti-
Witness my hand and seal of this
court on Oct 26, 2006.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RODOLFO ALEJANDRO VAZUEZ-
CASTILLO, File No: 48-2006-CP-
NOTICE OF CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of RODOLFO ALEJANDRO
whose date of death was April 8,
2006 is pending in the Circuit Court
.for Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division; File Number 48-2006-CP-
002385-0,the address of which is
425 North Orange Avenue, 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, who have claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including uhmatured, contingent or
unllquidated claims, and who have
been served a copy of this notice,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OFTHE
FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THEDATEOF SERVICEOF A COP
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and olriber opr0iu,; .inoc hj3v cai;mi,
or derjndurll 3gairl in diede-ntl
Si.lat r, iv'ei.lij r j iJrriain urd c c n-
lingenil ir uJnlluld.jaled 'ijiir muill
hle Inhei1r u1301? wj1iIn Lhi45 COuJrl
WITHIN THREE 1i MOhTHS AF-
TER THE DATE Of THE FIRST PIUB
LIC ATCII C OF THI. NOTC E
ALL CLAIMS HOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
DrJOTWviTHTANIIrjG THE TIME
PERIODS E5 FORTH ABOVE AN.
CLAIM FILEo TWOid i 'EARS OR
MORE AFiER THE DECEDENT S
DATE OF OEATH IS BARRED
THE DAE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS Novem-
ber 16 2u0t0
Attorney for Personal Rdpresenta-
DAVID W. VELIZ-
MARIA CECILIA CERROBLANCO
Florida Bar No. 846368 .
40 North Bulova Drive
David W. Veliz; P.A.
Apopka, Florida 32703
425 West Colonial Drive
Orlando, Florida 32804
H. *o AP
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY;
In Re: Estate of
NOTICE OF CREDITORS
The ancillary administration'of
the estate of Lulia Clay, deceased,
File Number 48-2006-CP-002134-
0, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
A425 North Orange Avenue, Orlan-
do, Florida, 32801. The names and
addresses of the ancillary person-
al representative and the personal
representatives's attorney are set
All creditors of the decedent ind
other persons having claims orde-
mands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY.OFTHIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against doce-
dent'sestate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OFTHE FIRST PBULICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED..
The date of first publication of this
Notice is November 23, 2006. f
Anrilllar F'eriuns l iepI'-es ntall.,
Ri.nhard A,11 Reng
2 : AlslOai Drive
Oriandu, Florida 32835
Rosenkranz Law Firm
By Ji. k M RPci.eidrjan;. e..]uire
Anornie lr Persarial Represenl3-
P.O. Box 1999
Tampa, Florida 33601
Florida Bar juiTber 815152
ite fl e.
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in north Winter Garden
532 Garden Heights Drive
2016 SF on Large Lot in
Established Neighborhood Near
Lake Apopka, West Orange Trail, 429,
Turnpike and Historic Downtown
Winter Garden. Seller Motivated.
Victor Tangi 407-716-7447
MLS# 04718339 1123
Winter Gard2bed/'lbath with lt ing and dining. fireplace.,
iood floofine..indr room. 1 car garage and 1 carport, screenied
porch $149.9 01
SGroieland ti2b.ath home with 3 car garage on comer lot.
Great starter ie or investment. $245,000
SHowe larI'bed/_bath with 3 car garage, nice backyard with1
privacy tenc rner lot, wood flooring and carpet. $250,000 '
N Minneola Td/2bath home with family, dining and living roonm
upgraded ap nces. inside laundry, 2 car garage, large yard to pt
your pool. $1.500 i
Mount D outdoor paradise. 2bed/1.5 bath home on 3.2 acres
with maturnes. Detached building great for breeder/kennels with
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home, bo room, having and dining room, home warranty
SClerm near Lake, large 5bed,3bath home with over 2900 sq ft
under a*anite counter, 32X16 sun deck. No homeowner
associate, large lot. $400,000
i CyrpejLanding Chain of Lakes access. New home
3bed/3b with 3 car garage, tile roof; open floor plan, lots of
upgrad lJining. living and family room. $425,000
SSuga af Mtn Rd. Breathtaking view from \'rap around porch.
cusfo ilt 3/2 with in-ground pool on 2.5 acres. Stone fireplace,
1250 s detached concrete building. $659,000 '
Lees rg South, 4 bed/2bath home on 5 acres, large family room,
dinin d living room, fireplace, 2+ car garage, in-ground pool,
detac 030X30 workshop $679,000
i Montverde 1/2 acre lots $129,000,
S:Clermont Gated community 1/2 acre lot $135,000
S CCypress Landing Chain of Lakes access lot $189,000,
Os Pointe direct 1+ acre Chain of Lakes lakefront lot $490.000
eauclair Ranch Club direct canalfront S acres $599.000 .
Min n .l Ry eal is:nc.352242008
Great V\ajiicon Renial )1 H.:nile in
Poinciana. Let your guest stay there!
Purchase for Only $250,000!
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Brenda DeArmond Realty
Looking to purchase/sell?
"Let Janet do your home work!"
Janet Spikes, REALTOR
OAKLAND 409 E. Henschen
Beautiful 4 bedroom 2.5 bath with pool. Mature
landscaping. Like new inside and out. Close to
bike trail. Hardwood floors. Call
David Buscall, GRI
Realtv Asl6iaies davidibucall,'eadhlii4 net
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.Norb Weller, Real Rue f Mort& aE Rwmka i1lmlr
Appraised on 11/11/2006 for $400,000. This Two Story Gem in
Winter Garden boasts.Large Kitchen, Family Room and Dining Room.
All 4 Bedrooms upstairs! Sellers will consider all offers between
$379,900 to $400,000!! A Brand New 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid
will be given to the buyer with full price offer!! Closing costs available
Sto the bfiyers instead of Car.
Direct Line (407) 467-3138
Orlando Native and Respected Realtor
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Pat Sharr Realty BUYING A NEW HOME?
407-656-7947 SELLING YOUR HOME?
MultiMillion Dollar Producer PLEASE CALL ME!
IZ m Datsharr@aol.com 407-948-1326
JUST LISTED IN OCOEE!!!
JUST BRING YOUR FURNITURE!!! CORNER LOT, SCREENED PORCH, PRI-
VACY FENCED BACK YD.! 1 CAR GARAGE W/OPENER... 3 BDRMS, 2 BA,
SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN WITH LIVING/GREAT ROOM, DINING AREA,
KITCHEN WITH RANGE, REFRIGERATOR, DISHWASHER, MICROWAVE,
DISPOSAL, PLUS WASHER & DRYER STAY! ALL BLINDS AND CEILING FANS
STAY! FLOORING IS CERAMIC TILE, AND STAIN MASTER CARPET WITH
10 YR. WARRANTY! MUST SEE!!! ASKING ONLY $204,900.
THIS JEWEL IS A POT OF GOLD!!!
THIS HOME IS SITUATED ON ALMOST 1 ACRE, COMPLETELY REMODELED
AND LOOKS LIKE A MODEL... BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORING...LARGE FOYER
WITH GREAT ROOM AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, MODERN KITCHEN
WITH CERAMICTILE, ALLAPPLIANCES & BREAKFAST NOOK. PICTURESQUE
DINING ROOM, SCREENED PATIO AND A SEPARATE BONUS ROOM THAT
IS CURRENTLY SET UP AS A GAME ROOM THAT WOULD ALSO MAKE A
GREATTEEN BEDROOM, MOTHER IN-LAW QUARTERS, OFFICE/DEN. PLUS
4 CAR GARAGE AND PLENTY OF ROOM FOR RV/BOAT. NO HOA, THIS IS A
BEAUTY ASKING ONLY $429,900. BRING US YOUR OFFER!!!
LUXURY FOR LESS!!! -,,. ..
WOW... WHAT A BEAUTY WITH SCREENED LANAI AND POOL... DECORATOR COL- PSST...WANT A GOOD BUY???
ORS.. 3 BDRM., 2 BA., LIVING/GREAT ROOM, BRICK WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, IMMACULATE 2 BDRM., 1 BA. LIVING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM, DINING AREA,
FORMAL DINING ROOM WITH WOOD FLOORING, KITCHEN FEATURES A BREAKFAST INSIDE LAUNDRY ROOM, LARGE STORAGE ROOM, FENCED YARD, PATIO
NOOK AND COMES COMPLETE WITH ALL APPLIANCES... MASTER BATH HAS BEEN WITH WOOD DECKING. ALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES STAY, ALL WINDOW
REMODELED AND IS A DREAM WITH GARDEN TUB & SEPARATE SHOWER... PRI- COVERINGS STAY AND WASHER & DRYER...MASTER BDRM. FEATURES
VACY FENCED YARD... THIS IS A MUST SEE... ASKING ONLY $294,900 SITTING ROOM (11x8) ALL OF THIS FOR ONLY $171,900.
''J' UST LISTED IN WINTER GARDEN!!
STRETCH OUTIN THIS BEAUTY!!! LOOKING FOR A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD??? LOOK NO FURTHER!!! THIS IS A
BEAUTIFUL 2 STORY IN GATED COMMUNITY WITH 4 BR., 3 BA., BONUS RM, LOFT, FORMAL MUST SEE... 3 BDRMS. 2 BA., WITH LIVING/GREAT ROOM, EAT IN KITCHEN,
LIVING & DINING, FAMILY RM, BREAKFAST NOOK, SCREENED LANAI W/18X32 SPARKLING SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, MASTER BATH HAS GARDEN TUB WITH SEPARATE
HEATED POOL, PRIVACY FENCED BACK YARD. CORNER LOT WI/LUSH LANDSCAPING! THIS SHOWER, ALL KITCHEN APPL. AND BLINDSNERTICALS STAY!!! PRIVACY FENCED
HOME IS IN IMMACULATE CONDITION, ALL APPLIANCES STAY! MASTER BDRM. IS DOWN- YARD... WALK TO DOWNTOWN AND WEST ORANGE TRAIL... BRING ALL OF-
STAIRS, DECORATOR COLORS! OVER 3200 SQ.FT. OF LIVING!!! ASKING ONLY $469,900. FERS!!! ASKING ONLY $259,900
Holiday Gift Home
Give yourself and your family this
unique spacious 4BR/3BA home fea-
turing a delightful eat-in Kitchen with
42" cabinetry and fireplace. Other
highlights include Formal Dining
Room/Family Living Room, Brazil-
ian Cherry Wood Flooring and Tile
thru-out the home, Front & Back
Porches, Solar Heated Pool with cozy
private backyard. Lake access for your
boat too! Much more, too much to
Motag ileSrvcs w eocto Hm WratyIsuac
Service You Deserve. People You Trust.
FAMILY VALUES The Windermere neighborhood you dreamed of with
friendly neighbors, great schools, shows like a model and has lots of
amenities. Hurry, don't let this beautiful home slip away! ID=2848
BEAUTIFUL WINTER PARK w/2 MA suites, office & fireplace. Sun-
light- filled rooms make this a happy place to live & entertain. Secluded
tanning deck. Walk to Park Ave. & Rollins. ID=9442
ADORABLE, WELL MAINTAINED HOME 3 BD, 2 BA Home with
wood Parquet Floors. Freshly painted inside, new carpet in bed-
robms. Large lot, located on cul de sac. Great Family Home. ID=6519
EMERALD ISLAND RESORT 5 min. to Disney Resorts! See fireworks ARLINGTON BAY REFUGE! Relax comfortably in this 5 BD, 3.5 BA
from your front door! Spacious 3 BD, 2.5 BA, open floor plan w/large home. 2 walk-in closets, Cherrywood cabinets, granite countertops
rooms in a gated community. All appliances & furnishings convey, stainless steel appliances and more! Covered patio w/view of water
New paint throughout. ID=4596 & conservation area. ID=2858
Call 407-992-5030 Call 407-354-1060
Winter Park Villas
Beautiful corer lot, backed up to
wooded area (no rear neighbors).
Water views from you porch. Real
wood burning fireplace! All new
appliances including brand new
washer and dryer. $164,900.
"BUILD YOUR OWN FUTURE HERE! lust under a half acre. If you have
the plans we have the lot for you in Orlando. Priced to sell. ID=3827
SELLER IS MOTIVATED! Fabulous 4 BD, 4 BA located in very.desirable
Windermere/Winter Garden area, 3,812 sq. ft. Extra bonus room, of-
fice & movie theatre, w/tremendous upgrades! This one will not last
Single man, widower, long-time
local resident with best
references, wants to sell his larger
home and rent 2/1 house on
northside of Winter Garden.
www.RaySellsCentralFlorida.com W SM
EXIT WESTMONT REALTY
ELEGANT WINDERMERE HOME Entertain or relax in style! Spa- ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT HOME 4 BD, 3 BA pool home on 2.8 acres
cious & elegant Windermere POOL home. 3080 sf, 4 BD, 3.5 BA, 3- in the center of Gotha. Gourmet kitchen, custom wood cabinets,
Car. Formal LR & DR, Large Kitchen, Guest suite w/private bath. tray ceilings just a few of the upgrades. ID=0649
Gated community & family park. 1D=5451 $1,500,000
$585,000 Call 407-352-0520
"-. I Sheri L. Loiacono Lisa Bennetl
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. THE HARBOR
ShIjgh)l m,.ugh ltier ac.a .fN \VintterGarden This
.i/BcJ 3 B Ah hoir:n'e ,r lurniirg (2) master suites
-c.n end.h ie :'lu,' .ctn, opi in o nj irn ir i
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4LaKe Apopk^i Priced I,:, hc Your; i- 1$154.o00 .
: BRAND NEW OCOEE LISTING!
*CCome se hij 3Bed'lBath home Great mncome
propertyrt Enclosed porch nri,, holds 3rd ted-
*toom SiL orn a large lot Nel' If painted ouLside
LoLs of nle. Come see this one ioda.. $209,500
.Lrsened i naJ lj kcied ii ln Arre-i-. hedl L
Jernry Berner 407-432-1700
Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
S Lillian Feliciano 407-375-9741
S Ron Grant 407-468-2952
P, Paula Harrioit 407-298-7750
* GOTHA, beautiful tree lot,
90x114, quaint country neigh-
* OCOEE, LARGE 142x185,
cleared lot, just off of Sil\er
Star Rd. $165,900.
* \\INTER GARDEN. \ alk to
do\\ nto\wn in historic district,
75x 152. asking $149,500.
*OAKLAND. this lovel\
175x125 buildable lot. rare
OfficeWarehouse Unit in hot
Winler GarJen. Leasing nrt:. I-2 zoning
Close to major highavas Conrlal
Rhoundja 407.72 !3106
E ecud'r Office Suile for lejse
call Tamj -10:7.-40u. l 01
Rhonda Meagher 407-721-3306
Ouida Meeks 407-491-3000
Carl Parker 407-484-5252
Ilbana Ramos 407-832-9312
Mary Rich 407-291-6947
WONDERFUL POOL HOME A lot of home for your money! 4 BD,
"'2 BA, pool home, formal living room, dining room & family room
w/1737 sq ft of living space. 2 car garage. Lots of extras! ID=9823
ROOM FOR THE IN-LAWS Mother-in-law suite w/private bath, wet
bar & separate entrance. Large fdnced backyard, FL Room, detached
garage/workshop & separate gardener shed. Being sold As-Is. ID=9303
NEW ON THE MARKET!
Come see this 3/Bed 2/Bath family home. Vault-
ed ceilings, Large 14x19 family room. Newer
roof in 2005. There is also a covered patio 10x20
and a georgous Oak tree .and view of the lake
nearh\ fP'nice.l t .) ell- 12.$-.4.70ijii
c ,.=... e i]r-,: .r \I l :cu 4..BcA e BjaIr, 31'- u .-u ,'t,:.m:
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UUUEE LIKE NIEW $ I I,UUU
NEW ON MARKET NEW ROOF. KITCHEN CAB
NETS SINK AND APPLi.ANCES ALSO NEW
BATHROOM \ AuNITY Fl\i.'TTES AND TLLED
LTIB' NE\TR A!. -\ND PLUMBING PLUS
FRESH' P HINTED IN LND OUT ALL ROOMS
rILED ON A CUL. DE-S-.C'
Bill Straugh 407-716-3010
Ralph Suggs 407-947-6188
Brenda Gooch Vander Pol
Thelma Willis 352-406-9080
- Windsor Realty Group, Inc. 160 S. Main St. Winter Garden, FL 34787
INVESTORS DRE\M D...uL.I: 1.:.r ,-, i I--C I I Iu,, -,. I-.."-.::r PANORAMIC VIZACAYA HOME Spectacular 5 BD, 3 BA DrPhillips
for investors. Across the street from new elementary and performing home w/2fireplaces & stunning view of Lake Serene & nightly fire-
alri hlh ..:hI,,,l. This property won't last long! ID=1814' works! Brazilian Hardwood floor, solar heated pool/spa. 1D=3564
Call 407-352-0520 Call 407-354-1060
WINDERMERE CROSSING Former Parade of Homes.Winner! 4 BD, HIDDEN SPRINGS Incredibly beautiful condo in great location.
3 BA pool home with XLG bonus room upstairs & game room down- Newly renovated property. Open floor plan, vaulted ceilings. Im-
stairs. Custom drapes, crown moulding, decorator tile. Relax by the maculate! ID=4464
family room fireplace: ID=5386 $172,000
$575,000 Call 407-992-5030
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8C The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
I a. JoAnne
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Historic North side of Winter Garden within walking distance from
downtown and West Orange Trail. 4br/3 full baths on beautifully
landscaped 2+ city lots with mature fruit trees. Wood burning fire-
place in 20x16 family room. Jetted tub in master bath, front and
back porches, all appliances stay (refrigerator, new smooth top
stove, microwave, dishwasher). Irrigation system, deep well, two
heating/cooling zones, two car attached garage, large detached stor-
age building, ideal for workshop, large boat or a motor home (14x36
with 12' high garage door). $385,000.
242 James Dr. Call for appt.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Owner pays up to $6,000 on closing expenses!
3 bedroom, 2 bath, two car garage imaculate home in Hidden'
Hills neighborhood in Clermont. All appliances stay, new carpet,'
neutral paint scheme, corner lot with view of small lake.
Lots of curb appeal and landscaping. More than asking price
contract fell through-need to sell fast now due to moving.
Bring offers and see now!
Historic Downtown One Block From Trail, Restaurants
Truly one of al ind! 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-conditioned studio,
small workshop, and double carport. Onl ieionrd nniF i:tire.d for sjle since 1918.
L.A. Grimes Agency, ealtors 407-656-2223
Serving West Orange Countr Sinbe 1943.:Call for Appointment/details.
pool & club house
Brand New i
3 car garage
Near Ocoee H.S.
Call Dayso, ..
or next home
-'wll JSpikes@cfl.rr.com 4I
Brenda DeArmond Realth
Looking to purchase/sell?
"Let Janet do your home work!"
Janet Spikes, REALTOR
SOakland area, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large lot. Now $269,500.
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors. Since 1943 Call 407-656-2223
Lake Front Home
This unique 4/3 home has it all! With a wetbar in
the sunroom, jetted bath with separate shower in
the masterbath 8 so much morel Located on a
beautiful 500 acre fish & ski lake, near Orlando &
Disney, via the 429 beltway.
Beautiful St. Ives model with
heated swim spa. Detached in-law
suit. New kitchen cabinets, tile,
wood floors 8 more!
L'1 ,NI a 1 1nh t- 11 I,- ,,r o J ,' h ,ll,,I F .,. r.,rr
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Over 1/4 acre situated on Lake
Hickory Nut Peaceful neighbor-
hood. Lot has a well 8 pump on
site. Partial impact fees paid.
Or Apply Online at
Fl- 4. "p, ',
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
The Future of Real Estate.
Four Corners Realty
WINTER GARDEN SHORES
Good starter or retirement home. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 100 foot lot,
mature landscaping. Call for appointment $289,5000. 00
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors since 1943
PRICED TO SELL. OFFERED @ $459,000.00
: 1518 Dingens A'%e. Near Gotha/Windermere, Florida
Custom home for sale by owner. Great investment. 4br/2ba, newly remodeled, no
HOA Be' i schooll Close to Lockheed plant, Disney World, Isle Worth. Huge de-
tached oi ksh>'p. 7/8 acre lot. Mature oaks, and landscaping. Completely fenced.
Private, zoned rural country estates. Upscale neighborhood, all appliances included,
S 'ead\ tomovein.
S467-758-5092 or 352-735-6892
Most uruque home on the Clermont
Chain of Lakes. 4 bedroom 3 bath
home directly on water. V iei from
every room. 2 boat slips. 90' dock.
10 acres -Large 5/2.5 home with
fireplace. Huge 10 deep, screened
pool, 3 barns w/total of 21 stalls,
even a 1/2 bath in one barn, PLUS
immaculate 3/2 DW mobile in Win-
Offc 3-52.94999 ww Iermonthomesandand.c
OFFICE RETAIL SPACE FOR SALE OR LEASE
OCOEE- WINTER GARDEN
1658 SF OFFICE CONDO CORNER UNIT 4000 SF DOWNTOWN BUILDING
PROFESSIONAL.MEDICAL OFFICE-RETAIL RESTAURANT
WITHIN MINUTES OF HEALfH CENTRAL EXCELLENT VISIBILITY.FOOT TRAFFIC
WE SPECIALIZE IN WEST ORANGE COUNTY OFFICE SPACE
JOHN HUSSEY 407-843-1111
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LAKE OLYMPIA. Previous model home. 4/3 2566 sq ft. Screened
pool wilh solar heating. Granite countertops, hardwood flooring, cus-
tom california closets, vaulted ceilings. Asking only $414,900.00.
Realtors welcome 2.50o commission. 321-689-3952.
OAKLAND 4br/3ba. Beautiful huge oak trees, sitting on 1 3/4 acres. Now $650,000
DELANEY PARK. 2br/1ba condo. Lake, pool. Good downtown location. $245,900..
JOHN TERRELL, Broker (407) 876-3384
Wingard Construction & Real Estate, Inc.
Thursday, November 23, 2006 The West Orange Times 9C
Lakefront Ocoee, 3/1. $199,900.
Cathy Hill 352-409-1385 Cell
A REAL ESTATE BOUTIQUE, INC.
REA. LTOR S.,
"Our Family Serving Your Family"
1296 Hempel Ave. I Windermere. FL 34786
Ph. 407-521-7400 | Fax 407-521-1199
Beautiful Lakes of Windermere 4/4 home 5th bdrmnbonus rm.
Hardwood Floors, Stainless Steel Appliances, Butler's Pantry,
Cherry Cabinets and Granite Counterlops. Everything you want
and more. Call Golden Begley 407-832-4642
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a qnt desirable community yet within minutes .
. Ith -lu -. .... r n dInngProoms, offlc
Sgnoia nlld t ,,re* i community park with g areabo, pl ayou20n25 fani
Mary Alice Mears Broker Assoc ate/Relocation Director
Toll Free 866-394-6611
Email. marysrnears;.eann1 r. iet
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FClermon FL 34;1 1
1/2 acre (100 x 220') ready to build on in Oakland,
a quiet desirable community yet within minutes
of shopping & schools. Blocks to Oakland pier,
community park with gazebo, playground, tennis &
more, walk to West Orange Trail Park.
Adorable 2/2 townhouse in Winter Garden
Fresh Paint and Carpet throughout.
Call Golden Begley 407-832-4642
Almost an acre on the Clermont Chain of Lakes in a
gated community. You can bnng your own builder tool
Call Beth Wincey 407-399.3001.
listings coming soon!
Park North at Cheney Place
NEW DEADLINE FOR
For more info call
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3BR/2BA. 92 acre partially fenced
(134x300'I. 30\10' screened porch. Many
tree; & shrubs. Moble plus block addition.
As Is. One year home warrants. MNL#
|g"r COUNTRY BROOK
SGreat \iet. Best Buy 3BR/2BA in nice
Neighborhood with coimmunmtly park. Real
Oak Floors. All appliances. Decoratite Tile
SMedahons. Plantauon shluners. Large open
patio easy to screen. One year home war-
.. rant.. NML#G-1611556 $234.000l
3BR/2BA. Setler will assist with Buyers clos-
ing costs Formal LiUing. dining. family. break-
fast room. Sliders to rear deck New tile, car-
pet. wood floors. apphances One year home
. warrant NIL# G4606185 $249.900
4BR/2BA Bnght& Spacio:us LtsL ot Lipgrides. For-
mal Living, Dining. Famdyl Kitchen combo Bas-
ketball court. Outside Storage Fenced 86 x 140'
lot just thiov homre from corrimmunit pool and ca-
bana Close to schools in great fanul,, neighbor-
hood nLN G4607932 $319.000
Affordable Groveland Lakefiont- 4BR/2BA/
Den/Office. Formal Li\ mg, Dnmng Kitchen
open to brealkast & family) room overloolbng
lakefront dock. Nice smaU neighborhood.
Leased thru March 07. one year home war-
ranty. ML#G4612202 $339.900
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10C The West Orange Times Thursday, November 23, 2006
LOT FOR SALE IN BUSHNELL
Sits on a paved road with other single family
homes around the area. $55.000.
MLS#G4-607662. CALL CINDY TOMNP-
IF YOUR l LOOKING FOR ONE OF
THE NICEST 5 ACRE TRACTS
in Summer Counity. his is It"' All High & Dry
property on a pajed road There are Mild Deed Re-
_stncntii.ns i)1 protect your ine-ltmieniis' $I 21.1.iINI.
NLS#G4-'60 .t 9 C.LL KA-THY THONIPSON
5 ACRES, HIGH & DRY
Located m a Quiet Couin Setting Development-
Close to I--4 & oni an hoar tromr the beaches & Or-
lando HomesOnl. No Mobiles pernuned' Bnnr
the horses & enia: ending m this Beautiful Countn
Setung' Adiomng 5 Acre Tract also For SeUll" For
Shou mg or Deciuons. please call Sorima' I $15ii.0l
MLSnG45l94-I4 CALL SONIA BROWN -4117.
BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA HOME
that is 95-, complete Sits on a paved road Frontage
in Bushnell. Just minute. from 1-75 & Shopping
i188.o:000 MLStrG461152- CALL NIARYANN
AT ITS BEST- 3BR/2BA
Home on I ACRE of land for the kids to enioy'
Home has lots of Tile. Metal Roof. O:)ersized
Garage & o\er 3000 sq ft under roof Come choose
vour own colors' $319.900 MLS#G46092t62
CALL LET-L- COSSON 352-250-3267
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in hear\ traffic area Fronts busy high traffic area
on SR 50 & SR 471. Almost 3 acres w..ith los of po-
lenrial. Everything is moving west buy v\hile you
can!' $620,000. MLS#G-4591825CALL I-XCTHY
WELL MAINTAINED 3BR/IB_4
SINGLE FAMILY MOBILE
Comes vs ith a screened porch & single carport. Sits
on approimaieli 2 ACRES :of \ ery nice property
.riih trees $65.11ll )0 LSuG-,l'111860. CALL
MIKE LOVETT 35:2-255-"'2-17 DALE ODOM
2BR/2BA WOOD FRAME
Sits on 75 1i00 Lot in Lake Panasoiftl;ee New. ce-
rairuc ile& a dditional carport Moin ted seller-
Bring oillei This '.\ ll not last long' H127.i00ii
NMLS#G46-109S0- CALL CINDY TOMPKINS
WANT TO FEEL LIKE YOUR
IN THE COUNTRY- BUT ONLY
8 MILES TO TOWN
Th 5 aclc p.areI sii ; A t:, : 0 de iith r...her a ,re ,o :t
can be bo:,ught ep jarcl.,' Phoperi is iocai ed ir R.:',al
Trails whichh ar-nl .n houai fromr OrlandJ: & nhe bea-ch-
c; Hor'es 'cl-l:md.'m $15CI 5,iii MtLSNG-45941i''1
Fo.r Shol Ings or diri s .:.n s : n ihJi piece oi p. .lpc:,
CALL SONIA BROWN 41-r.'5S.-1.ilo
ADORABLE- CO uMLET EL
REMODELED 3BR/2.5BA HOME
Tile & Wood Floors & 200 sq ft Bonus Room.
Home sits on 1/2 acre fenced property.
199.900. MILS#G4611467 CALL JESSICA
EASY LEESBURG CONINIUTE!
3BR'2BA HOME built in 2')05 5 acres of pri\a--
cr 1 Has granite counter tops & wood floonng in
home \\ th ntany more extras"! $379.900
MNLS#46053i8 CALL LETH-A COSSON 352-
PROPERTY, APPX. 4 ACRES
Great Location along u / the others- For pos-
sible Restaurant. Shopping Center & Doctors
Offices $698.500. NMLS#G4586322. CALL
MIKE LOVETT 352-255-7277. DALE
YOUR DREAM HOME PROPERTY!
Mobile or Conventional Home can go on this Beau-
tiful 2.41+ ACRES HIGH & DRY PROPERTY in
Webster. Private, but off paved road. $75,000.
MLS#4608391. CALL LETHA COSSQN 352-
2BR/IBA HOME WITH
LOTS OF UPGRADES
Sits on 1.7 acies of beautiful propertN \ / lots
of. oaks. Already fenced for the horses Home
has neu ceramic tile in kitchen. nev \t inne &
built in generator. $139.900. Call Cindy Tomp-
kms 352-457-1030. NILS#G4611982
NICE 3BR/2BA MOBILE
ON 5+/- ACRES
Comes ih 2 Separate rront-Fenced!/Coss Fenced
Pastures Standing Metal detached carport Real
Wood Floonng & Large Open Floor Plan $1610.).,t
MLS#G4or.lb349C CALL DALE ODOM 352--406-
80i3 lMIKE LO\ETT 352-255-7277
JUST REDUCED!!! 3BD/2BA
HOME ON n ACRE LOT
Lake Front Property with no real neighbors
behind home Call Toda lfor an appointment
to see"' $224.900. MLS#G4607538 ,CALL
JESSICA BECKFORD 321-945-0547
DllJ U, I .r U L 4l..L'll*/K'll.),
BRAND NEW HOME
'2200 sq ft \\ith 2 car garage On Lakefront nbeau-
tilul Brighton Lakes. $3.000 toward closing or
LEASE OPTION' $390.000 MILS#G4601961
CALL JESSICA BECKFORD 321-945-05470
LOCATION IS EVERYTHING!
Excellent rental imnestnmenrt with 0 \acancy his-
tlor, in the perfect spot Minutes from the Vtllages-
I mile from County Park U/boat ramp 2BR/IBA-
S Uints, all CBS on 2 acres $950.000.
MLS#G-16l08209. CALL MIARYANN MERRITT
2BD/2BA HOME ON.32 ACRES
Ha built in china cabinet, custom wood burning
fireplace & nice Screened porch. Has a detached
workshop. Don't miss out on this one!! $89,900.
NMLSnG4612099 CALL LISA CLARK 352-603-
NICE 3BR/2BA HOME
A little TLC &A this could really be a great place
for an imnestoi:r or e'en a nice rental $1-18 000I
NLSt#GCA4612i3 CALL NLARYA._NN MERRITT
3BR/1.5BA BLOCK HOME
In excellent condition & sits on 1 5 Acres in
a great location in Webster. $174.9010.
NLSnG4611439. CALL NLARY.ANN MER-
2BR/2BA CB/BRICK HOME
ON 2 CANALS LOTS
Has a tiled. screened Florida room v/! a huge de-
tached garage/v.orkshop. An above ground pool
& a boat dock. Come enjo.\ the \ ie%\ I$2 39.9100
NILSnG461001-) CALL CINDY TOMPKINS
Lakerront home v/all the perks 2 slp boathouse
& dock separate boathouse & screened room.
Spacious faruly room facing the water has a stun-
ning new $499.,90 MLS#G459.350 CALL
CINDY TOMPKINS 352-457-10301
3BD/2BA STILT HOME ON
5"'5i Complete w/a beauttul floor plan & a \ en nice
.viev of the Gulf & Marsh SIti on a deep canal that
leads out to the Gulf Of Memico. $1.399.000l
MLS#G460922-1CALL CINDY TOMPKINS
2BR1BA HOME- Completely Remodeled wall New
Appliances & New Paint, Inside & Out. Would make
a Great Starter Home For First Time Buyers.
$105,000. MLS#G4611847. CALL MARYANN
YOUR DREAM PROPERTY
5 Acres-Ver- Private & Deed Restricted for
Homes Only! This beautiful property sits off
a pa'ed road $1411.900. MLS#G-4601S427
CALL LETHAL COSSON 352-250-32-'o
CUTE 3BD/ 1.5BA
ON ALMOST 1/2 ACRE
Sits in great neighborhood, perfect for an\
famrul Surrounded b; beautiful pasture land.
Must See'!! 179.90i0 NILS#G4607396 CALL
JESSICA BECKFORD 321-945-0547
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NEW 3BR/2BA HOME UNDE
Sall ulme to pick \our ou n colors. Fronts
Pared Road In Bushnell lust rmnutes t:rm I
and Shopping. $259.i000 MLS#G461 1S
CALL MARYANN MERRITT 352-636-3'
2 STORY STEEL
.vl an ele\ actor & n ground pool Multi Bay garage
& carport Has tons of storage that can used as
dorm room or family room. This all sits on 2 NICE
ACRES $499.900i MLSf#l6091407. CALL
KATHY THOMPSON 352-408-.bi50
RV PARK ON APPX. 48 ACRES
Comes v\ith 106 units- possibly can be E\-
panded to 20-40 more units Additional I
ACRES Joins this property, sold separate.
$2,500.000. MLS#4609854 CALL MIKE
LOVETT 352-255-7277 DALEODOM 352-
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