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t Orange Times


Reading Reindeer hits book milestone


Photo by Sara Beth Theisen
A famous autograph
Seven-year-old Daniel Thomas Theisen got some compensation for breaking his arm last week in a tram-
poline accident. The very first signer of his cast was this very merry yellow visiting the Mall at Millenia.
Daniel, a 1st-grader at Windermere Elementary, is the son of Sara Beth and Dan Theisen of Windermere.



Oakland wins $600,000 grant


The money will be
: used to build affordable
I housing.

By Amy Quesinberry

The town of Oakland will get a sir-
prise stocking stuffer this season: a
Christmas gift to the tune of $600.000
After feeling the disappointment of
't being denied.a Community De\elop-
I ment Block Grant for another year,
i the,Tow.n Commissioners received
Sword that the town will, indeed, be
S4 granted the money to be used for af-
") fordable, housing.
: The Department of Community Af-
Sfairs mailed the contract to the town last
Seek; because there is no meeting
I Dec. 26, the commission voted to al-
i low Town Manager Maureen
Rischitelli and Mayor Kathy Stark to
sign the contract.
SResidents whose homes are in need
j of rehabilitation can call Town Hall
S. at 407-656-1117 and ask that their
names be put on the list to receive an
Saipplication. Rischutelli said that once
the applications are filled out and re-
I turned, the town's Citizens Advisory
) Committee will review them, proba-
I bly in February.
; On another matter, the commis-
Sioners discussed at length a number
Sof changes to the development plan
i for Independence RV. which is slated
i for 12705 W. Colonial Dnve. William
i R. "Ronnie" Jordan, the applicant and
business o ner. asked to remove the
: clock tower from the building, to de-
i fer construction of part of the inven-
tory parking to a later date and to re-
place the asphalt parking areas with
gravel.
.The vehicle sales and sern ice build-


ing will be located on 21 acres at the
southeast corer of Highw ay 50 and
Fourth Street
Jordan cited financial reasons for
needing to make the changes. He said
the building would be constructed so
the clock tower could be added at a
later date and that the gravel areas
\would be replaced with asphalt with-
in three \ears.
"I ve done just about e\eru thing I
can on this building." Jordan told the
commission. "My intent is to borrow
enough money to get the building up
and get in there. Then when 1 build
up the coffers. I can go back and pae
where the gravel temporarily will be."
To\ n Planner Magyar said gravel
is not aesthetcally pleasing.
Jordan discussed alternatives \with
the concussion, but, in the end, the\
voted to approve the clock tower re-
mo\al and the temporary addition of
grass in a third of the inventory park-
ing lot and turned down the gravel re-
quest.
"I don't like tweaking [the Town
Code] because it opens a bad Pando-
ra's Bo\." said Commissioner Mona
Phipps. adding that she is sympathet-
ic to his situation. "I have a problem
\w ith cutting this rule. It's a good rule."
Because of the property location.
Jordan has spent an additional
$200.000 to bring a sewer line iand
12-inch main as opposed to a three-
inch line) through town. He also pro-
\ided space for a restaurant on the
property.
In May. the commission approved
Jordan's waiver request for tree re-
placement on the condiuon he plant
six-inch-diameter trees at the RV busi-
ness and the restaurant and a re-
quest for a second business sign to be
placed above the to% n's height hmit


so it can be seen from the Florida
Turnpike.
In other business. the elected offi-
cials:
approved changing the town em-
ployee insurance provider from Unit-
ed Health Care to Blue Cross Blue
Shield. The policies, which cover
medical, dental and vision \will go
into effect Jan I so employees who
ha\e already met theit deductibles
won't be penalized this year. Town
Manager Rischitelli said BCBS offers
better rates to its policy holders.
voted to allow the Oakland Police
Department to spend $5,933 from im-
pact fees for a mobile radio w ith ac-
cessories to be installed in the inves-
tigator's vehicle, a set of double lock-
able doors on fixed shelving units in
the evidence room and two Cannon-
dale police bicycles w ith accessories.
Police Chief Tim Driscoll said the de-
partment currently patrols \ith one
bi'ccle. but additional bikes are nec-
essary because of the increase in West
Orange Trail users.
discussed proposed changes to the
Plaza Collina development on Coun-
t) Road 50 that encroaches the west-
ern border of Oakland. Town Planner
Roland Nlag ar said the plan for a 24-
hour Wal-Mart SuperCenter changes
the distribution and timing of traffic,
\ which w would create a different impact
on the roads. He also wants to get the
architectural details of the structures
that will be built with their backs to
C.R. 50. which \\as designated a
Green Mountain Scenic B)way ear-
lier this year. To\wn Manager
Rischitelli said plans call for a steep
slope on the West Orange Trail where
it meets the development, and, she

(See Oakland, 2A.)


Give time to Food For Families


In its 9-year history,
'The West Orange Times'
Christmas book campaign
has gathered more than
25,000 books for West
Orange children.

By Kathy Aber

The staff at The West Orange Times
has been counting books for weeks,
and the book donations keep on com-
ing. As of Tuesday morning, Reading
Reindeer had hit an all-time record
this year 4,272 new books and
$1,505 to purchase a book for every
baby born at Health Central.
The deadline for donations for
Christmas distribution ; as Dec. 14,
but the Times will gladly continue to
accept donations by check to contin-
ue its books-for-babies effort, as well
as any additional new books that will
be distributed to ongoing literacy pro-
jects in West Orange Counit
SEducators are beginning to report
that Reading Reindeer is ha' ing a no-
uceable effect youngsters are build-
ing home libraries The Times initiat-
ed the Reading Reindeer program
w hen teachers told the staff that there
are many children in our community
who have no books in their honies
Along \% ith the books, parents re-
ceive brochures that explain the im-
portance of reading to children and
encouraging children to read.
In addition, the gi\ ing program has
become a tradition. Man\ groups ha\e
been generous year after year. New
businesses and civic groups hase
joined faithful followers.
Ocoee High School w\ ok ed the staff
\\ ith its donation of 2.800 new books.
along \w ith \olunteer hours for stu-
dents \ ho labeled the books \ ith
Reading Reindeer bookplates.
The Estates of Windermere held its

(See Reindeer, 10A)


Pnoto by Kamhy Aner


Reading Reindeer has been delivering books all over West Orange
County for several weeks. On Monday. the sleigh stopped at the Play
and Learn Day School on Dillard Street in Winter Garden with 61 books.
Teachers Anaiz Ramirez (left) and Coral Rodriguez were thrilled to ac-
Scept the books for the little tykes who were napping when the delivery
was made. For more photos and a donor list. see 1B.


Windermere continues negotiation on lakefront delineation


Nine months later,
Windermere is struggling
to resolve its lakefront
property dispute.

By Kathy Aber

Windermere reached a compromise
in March w ith property owners along
the shore of Lake Down in order to
end a dispute over ownership of the
lakefront property between Fifth and
Third avenues. Now, nine months lat-
er. the too parties still have not re-
solhed how to delineate the property
lines.
As part of the settlement agreement.
the town has the right to install trails
for walking. jogging or bicycling
along the lakeshore on the town-
ow\ ned easement.
Both parties agreed that the prop-
erty lines \would be permanently
marked to av oid trespassing by those
who use the paths.
Representatives of the two groups
met several times since reaching the
settlement in March but. as of the
council meeting last Tuesday. wefe at
an impasse.
Lakefront property owners. the


plaintiffs in the law suit. \want to cre-
ate berms to mark the property lines,
and the town had been asking for a
two-foot high. split-rail fence. Property
owners .want the markers to be invis-
ible. and the town \ ants the boundaries
clearly and permanently marked
The Windermere Town Council
took up the delineation topic at last
week's meeting.
The council reviewed various rtpes
of fencing and markers and decided
to meet again w ith the property ow n-
ers and recommends installing con-
crete posts instead of fencing. They
are proposing to install concrete mark-
ers one-to-two-feet high and sunk
three feet into the ground at seen to
10-foot intern als. The council agreed
to continue negotiations until Feb. 1
and. if a decision could not be reached
by then. to go back to court.
Following the council discussion
last week. a meeting was held Dec.
14 between town representatives and
the Lake Down property owners.
The two sides did not reach an'
agreement last week, according to
Town Manager Cecilia Bernier, who,
attended the meeting.
She said. "The residents are going
to put together a description of what
they would like to see down there."


They agreed to present their pro-
posal to the council at its next meet-
ing Jan. 9.
However. Bernier said she received
a call from Ray Turchi, the spokesman
for the Lake Down property owners,
telling her they would need to post-
pone the presentation unnl the Febru-
ary meeting. *
Turchi told Bernier all the owners
wanted to be present but could not be
a ailable in Januars.
Since this does not meet the coun-
cil's Feb. 1 deadline. Bemrrer said she
could not predict %what the council
might do at the January meeting.
In other business, the council:
voted unanimously to authorize
Bernier and De\elopment Re iew%
Board Chairman John Spears to draw
up criteria for a Request For Propos-
al for an individual or firm to update
the tow n's code of ordinances.
denied a variance request submit-
ted by Tom Price. 133 Main St.. to
subdivide three lots that were devel-
oped as one lot back into two lots.
approved three new ordinances.
The first establishes ballot language
for the March town election so resi-
dents can vote on amendments to the

(See Windeemere. 3A)


Food For Families is pro% hiding more than 1.500
boxes of food to more than 800 families in the West
Orange County area this holiday and is in need of \ ol-
unteers to work Christmas Eve and Christmas morn-
ing.
Help is needed Sunday. Dec. 24. beginning at 6
p.m., when \ volunteers will set up the work area in the
West Orange High School Commons, unload the food
from Publix and local school food drives and then sort


and pack boxes.
On Dec. 25. % volunteer drivers \\ill go to the W'OHS
bus loop to get maps. directions and boxes of food to
deliver to the families and then return to clean up the
work area
West Orange is at 1625 S. Beulah Road, Winter
Garden. For more information or to sign up to help, call
407-445-9123 or 407-656-1515 or send an e-mail to
joyreesa@bellsouth.net.


Winners named in decoration contests


In Winter Garden
The city of Winter Garden has an-
,nounced the winners of the De-
Light-Ful Decorations con-
test.
=3 ) Best Overall first
Space. Christy Dennis, 2575
o0- Prairie View Drive: second,
Dannr Alderna, 1319 Mead-
Sow Finch.
,; r,. Best Theme first. Lee
and Kell\ Everitt. 15156
___ Harrow gate Way; second.
o Anthony Bua, 1445 Spring


Loop Way.
Most Original first, Jim and
Cathy Carstensen. 1049 Spring Mill
Dri'e; second. Walter and Joyce
Morgan. II E. Tilden St.
Best Apartment or Townhouse
- first. Denise Griffin. 15168 W.
Colonial Drive, #202; second. Bill
Smith. 1286 Westside Drive.

In Ocoee
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Advisory Board took bus tours on
two evenings last week to pick the


winners of the 2006 Ocoee Christmas
Lights Contest.
First place Glenna Co.x 603
Caborca Court in the Prima Vista
subdi\ ision.
Second place Debbie
Calderon, 1867 Lochshyre Loop.
The Reserve.
Third place Joe Tambini.
1868 Rachel's Ridge Loop in
Wedgewood Commons.
Most lights Gary and Came
Hartill, 642 Statenville Court in the
Admiral's Pointe subdivision.


WG donates $1 million for Socially Responsible Banking program


By Michael Laval


Home and small business owners
in Winter Garden could soon.benefit
from the city's $1 million investment
in BankFIRST's Socially Responsible
Banking program The City Com-
mission unanimously approved the
move at last Thursday's meeting at
Tanner Hall.
City Manager Michael Bollhoefer
said the program could be a good
mechanism for financing revitalizaion
in East Winter Garden, as well as
loans for small businesses downtown
and along West Colonial Drive.
BankFIRST of Winter Garden
launched the program locally last
month. Depositors are guaranteed that
their money will be invested locally
to support community needs. The pro-
gram is designed to help spur the cre-
ation of jobs. affordable housing. en-
vironmental improvements, down-
town development and childcare fa-
cilities and to aid local non-profit and
faith-based organizations.


The bank announced last month
that Bay Street Church of God in
Christ was Winter Garden's first So-
cially Responsible Banking loan re-
cipient. The loan is being used to build
a new daycare facility for the church.
A 12-member community adviso-
r> council of business and communi-
ty leaders %\ill help refer socially re-
sponsiblq loan candidates for the pro-
gram
In other business, the elected offi-
cials: j
c passed a resolution declaring the
city's support for the Florida Forev-
er program and a successor program'
to take its place. Florida Forever is a
state program designed to protect
lands that serve as wildlife habitat
aquifer recharge areas or for recre-
ational uses.
approved the first reading of a
proposed ordinance to amend the
city's occupational license code to
bring it in compliance with the State
Statute by changing the term "local
occupational license tax" to "local


business tax."
passed a resolution to permanently
close portions of Tremaine and Hen-
ry. streets to traffic to allow for con-
struction of the new City Hall pro-.
ject.
granted site approval for the Gar-
den Plaza. a mixed-use commercial
development to be located at 12301 W.
Colonial Drive.
approved a developer's agreement
for Tucker Oaks. The agreement en-
sures the project will be responsible
for its impacts on public facilities.
The commission also approved a sim-
ilar developer's agreement for John's
Lake Pointe.
approved the final plat for Co -
ington Park. a 175-unit single-fami-
ly home development to be located
north of Di\ vision Street and west of
Hennis Road.
approved an interlocal agreement
between Orange County's Intergov-
ernmental Integrated Criminal Jus-
tice Information System (ICJISI and
the cit of Winter Garden.







2A The West Orange Times Thursday, December 21, 2006


..bitu ri


ARIADNE N. BLOUSTEIN, 69, Win-
dermere, died Sunday, Dec. 10, of
cancer. She was originally from
Boston and studied ballet under the
well-known E. Virginia Williams. At
age 16, she became a Corps de Bal-
let summer replacement at Radio City
Music Hall in New York. Upon high
school graduation, she became a reg-
ular dancer with the corps and soon
achieved the status of captain. In
1962, she married Peter Bloustein, a,
stage manager at Radio City. Two
years later, they moved to Los An-
geles. In 1971, they moved to Orlan-
do for the opening of Walt Disney,
World, where she .was a choreogra-
pher for the opening-day parade at
the Magic Kingdom. She later taught
ballet at Bethea Ebson Studios and
the School of Performing Arts. In
more recent years, Ari taught master
ballet classes and choreographed
shows for Disney and parades and
shows for Asian theme parks. She
was chairperson of the Flonda Dance
Masters scholarship program. Sur-
vivors: husband, Peter; daughters,
Arlyn, Rachel; grandchildren, Alexan-
dra, Jacob. Memorial donations can
be made to the cancer fund. A cele-
bration of Ari's life win be held Jan. 7
at the Rosen Plaza Hotel, Interna-
tional Drive, at 1 p.m. For more in-
formation, call 407-383-8834. Cen-
Iral Florida Direct Cremation Service,
Orlando.

NANCY J. STAHL BROWN, 74, died
Dec. 9. She was born in Chicago in
1932 and was the youngest of 5 chil-
dren. She and he immediate family
moved to Sarasota following World
War II, where she and Thomas R.
"Tom" Brown Jr. met on a.blind date
in 1948. In 1950, she graduated from
Sarasota High School, and in 1954,
she and Tom were married. They.
lived at White Sands Proving Ground,
N.M., while Tom served as a U.S.
Army officer. Following the comple-
tion of his tour of duty, the couple lived
in many places, settling in Orlando in
1970. She worked in her father's real
estate firm in Sarasota and as a staff
member in the Flight Determination
Laboratory at White Sands (now
White Sands Missile Range) and lat-
er became a lift member of the While
Sands Pioneer Group. 'She was a
member of the Guidance Department
at Memorial Middle School. She
formed the Chrysler Missile Division
Wives Club in the Cape Canaveral
area. She was a Girl Scout leader and
Sunday school teacher at Reformation
Lutheran Church, where she was a
longtime member of the congrega-
tion. She hosted adult Bible studies.
Survivors: husband of 52 years. Tom;
daughters, Tori (and Alan)
Schildwachter. Orlando, Linda (and
Dan) O'Keefe, Windermere; grand-
children. Evie, Lesy, Tommy, Coleen,
Ryan; Ross; sister, Lois Meyer: nu-
merous nieces, ;nephews and
cousins. Memorial donations can be
made to the Cystic Fibrosis Founda-
tion, 1080 Woodcock Road, Orlando
32803.,Carey Hand Colonial Funeral
H ome, Orlando; Greenwood Ceme-
tery, Orlando.

PETER S. CHAPO, 80, Sanford, died
Nov. 21 in Winter Garden after a short
illness. Volusia County Cremation So-
ciety.

LONNIE 0. CHILDERS, 77, Ocoee.
died Wednesday, Dec. 13. Collison
Carey Hand Funeral Home, Winter
Garden.

ROBERT DEMAREST, 66, Ocoee,
died Dec. 11. A Community Funeral
Home & Sunset Cremations. Orlando.

MARY AGNES CROSLAND FAM-
BROUGH, 98, Ocoee, died Dec. 4.
She was born to Thomas C. and Emi-
ly A. Crosland, early pioneers of Pun-
ta Gorda. She arrived in the "birthing
room" of her Grandfather Whitten's
home on his pineapple plantation on
Aug. 6, 1908. Her father was a citrus
grower, a restaurant owner and own-
er of the West Coast Fish Company


in Punta Gorda. Mary Agnes (fondly
know as Mayme), was the eldest of
seven chil-
dren. She had
three sisters,
three broth-
ers, a kitten
cubs. She
graduated
from Bessie
.Tift College in,
Forsyth, Ga.,
with a bache-
lor's degree in
business and.
French and a certificate in organ. She
later received her master's degree in
business administration from the Uni-
versity of Denver. She married Dr.
Charles Winthrop Fambrough in
1933. They had three children: sons,
Dr. Thomas W. "Pete" of Ocala. Dr.
James A. "Jim" of Dahlonega, Ga.,
and daughter Mary Emily (Mrs. Ver-
non) Riker of Windermere. Mayme
spent almost every summer in Ridge-
crest, N. C., where her parents owned
a summer home. In 1948 her hus-
band built her a home there, also. She,
and her husband spent most of their
retirement years Ihere. They also trav-
eled the world. They were dedicated
Christians, and their favorite place to
visit was the Holy Land, where they
hosted tours on several occasions.
Mrs. Fambrough taught school for 32
years and was a Sunday School
teacher and played the piano and or-
gan for church services. She was also
talented in the arts and crafts, from
copper tooling, tatting, hand sewing,
china and oil painting and beaded and
silk flower making. She made all the
flowers for several of her friends' and
grandchildren's weddings. She was
an active member of Delta Kappa
Gamma, a teacher's sorority. The
family moved a lot, living in Miami,
Georgia and Ocala but called Punta
Gorda "home," so in their retirement
years had moved back .there. The
past 10 years, however, they lived in
Windermere with their daughter. Mrs.
Fambrough spent the last two years
in the Ocoee Health Care Center. She
was preceded in death by her hus-
band. Survivors include 3 children, 8
grandchildren and 25 great-grand-
children. A memorial celebrating Mary
Agnes' life was held Dec. 11 at Cal-
vary Baptist Church in Winter Gar-
den.

FRANK D. HOUSE, 88, Orlando, died
Sunday, Dec. 17. He was a former
administrator with Orange County
Public Schools. He was a member of
SI. Paul's Presbyterian Church and
a Mason. Survivors: wife, Dorolhy;
daughters, Joyce, Sharyn; 3 grand-
children; 3 great grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held This
Thursday, Dec. 21, at 10:30 a.m. at
Woodlawn Memorial Park.'Woodlawn
Memorial Park and Funeral Home.

JOHNNY G. JONES, 76, Orlando,
died Monday, Dec. 11. He was pres-
ident of Johnny Jones Plumbing. Born
in Radford, Va., he moved to Florida
in 1957 and was employed by Harp-
er and SI Goldman Plumbing. He was
a member of the Plumbers & Pipe Fit-
ters Union and Moose Lodge. He
served in the Army during,.the Kore-
an conflict. He started Johnny Jones
Plumbing in 19Z2 .alidwas well re-
spected in the plumbing industry and
in his community. He traveled to 19
countries and cruised to Alaska, Bora
Bora, Mexico and the Caribbean is-
lands. He enjoyed ballroom dancing.
He was a generous contributor to
many local causes and those in need.
Survivors: wife, Joanne; daughters,
Starr (and Bob) Kolacki, Longwood,
Yonna (and Kevin) Kelley, Longwood;
son, Scotty (and Lisa), Windermere;
stepson, Anthony Gualtieri, Wash-
ington, D.C.; grandchildren, Katie,
Deke, Chrissy, Chris, Joanna,
Christopher, Jordan, Zack, Preston;
previous wife, Eleanor Walker Jones,
Chilhowie, Va. Memorial donations
can be made to the Johnny Jones
Memorial Fund, First Pentecostal


O akland (Continued from front page)


said.-"no average cyclist can make it"
up'that hill.
grarited a waiver request' for West
Orange Habitat For Hum'anity, which
is building its 10th home in Oakland.
The house at 501 W. Gulley Avenue
w il-l go to an Oakland resident ho
was born and raised in the town and her
child. The commission waived the,
$650 plan review fee. $3;235 in to\ n
impact fees'and $2.500 for the water
meter and connection fee.
"I think we've got a wonderful thing
here." Commissioner Mona Phipps
said of Habitat and its commitment to
building affordable housing in Oak-
land.
heard from Chief Driscoll. v ho
reported.the following officers have
receiyed.addidonal training: Detec- f
tiVE Gina Adams.-,Internet'crimes and
inVesgai iv.e. iteiviews, both at Va-
lenia.Commnihiti College; officers


' S dmoke detectors'
Savailable at WGFD
SThe N'inter Garden Fire Depart-
Sment's Fire Prevention Bureau offers
'smoke-detectors free of charge.
CaUIFire Marshal Tom Anderson
' at 407-2656-4689, Ext. 3, for informa-
tion.


Lynn Pettngill and Ed Henry. tactical
building entry. at the Orange County
Sheriffs Qffice; and'Officer Joshua
Smith. radar certification. 'CC.


lamrna.
It 's' been five years since 'l '
ou left us to be with
S Daddy. Not a day goes by
that we don't think about
Syou. We miss you oh 'so' .
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Your loving daughter 1921-2001
Pat, all the grandkids,
great-grandkids and
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Church of Orlando, 4340 N. Hi-
awassee Road, Orlando, FL 32818.
Woodlawn Memorial Funeral Home.

VITALY LUTSKY, 39, Windermere,
died Sunday, Dec. 17. Collison Fam-
ily Funeral Homes & Crematory, How-
ell Branch Chapel, Winter Park.

MARGARET A. MARINER, 102,
Winner Garden, died Dec. 11. She
- grew up on a
family farm
near Lawton,
Iowa, one of
five children.
She graduat-
ed from the
University of
Iowa and .
taught in a -.
country school
until she mar-
tied Dr. C. F.
SMariner. They
lived and practiced dentistry for 50
years in Oelwein, Iowa. They had two,
children. She retired to Inverness and
lived in her own home until last year
when she came to Health Central
Park to be nearer her family. Sur-
vivorsi daughter, Marilyn (Jack) Jow-
ell, Orlando; son, George, Chicago; 2
grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden Chapel.

PAMELA A. MEINKE, 65, Ocoee,
died Dec. 11. Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden.

DOROTHY LOUISE "DOT" PICK-
ERING, 80, Winter Garden, died Dec.
11 following
chemotherapy : -,"
and a deter-
mined strug-
gle against
lung cancer.
Born in
Corbin, Ky.,in
1926, she at- ,
tended
Howard Col-
lege, where
she met and
later married
the love of her life, John H. Picker-
ing, and adapted to the role of being
a Navy wife. She was an accom-
plished seamstress and tailor, lash-
ioning capes, hats, shoes and every
Easter outfit her young daughter ever
wore. Upon her husband's retirement
from the service and Iheir subsequent
relocation to Winter Garden, Dot went
to work at a local campground, where
she spent 16 years charming snow-
birds into return visits and forming
friendships that lasted for decades.
She became an avid scrapbooker and
convinced her husband to treat the
entire family to an 11 -day land-cruise
'to Alaska just so she could chronicle
the entire event. She attended the
First United Methodist Church of Win-
ter Garden. She was preceded in
'death by her husband, on Dec. 9,
2005. Survivors: daughter, Leslie (and
her 2 sons, Barry, and his wife, Pat-
ty, and daughters Sheena and Ashley;
and John Andrew, and his wife, Joan-
na, and daughter Laura); brother and
sisters-in-law. Judy Roebuck, Norma
Caviness, Glenn and Claudia; many
nieces and nephews. Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Gar-
den; Woodlawn Memorial Park.

JEROLD ERNEST SILVER, 59, Win-
ter Garden, died Dec. 12. Collison
Carey Hand Funeral Home, Winter
Garden.

KENNETH SISSON, 65, DeLand,
died Dec. 14 of cardiac arrest. He was
born in Winter Garden and moved to
DeLand.from Ocoee in 1966. He be-
gan working in the family roofing busi-
ness at age 14 and started his own
company in 1984. Survivors: sons,
Timothy, Groveland, Jeffrey, Orlan-
do; daughter, Stacey, Woodbridge,
Va.; brother, Chris, Ocoee; sister,
Geraldine Keller, Winter Garden; 7
grandchildren. Allen Summerhill Fu-
neral Home, DeLand.


'',Police released this sketch of a
man who is wanted for at-
tempted sexual assault on a
woman in Winter Garden.

Man:wanted for
attack in Stoneybrook
Winter Garden police are looking
for a man approximately 30 years
Sold who forced his way into a \wom-
an's home and attempted to se\u-
ally assault her. The attack occurred
last Wednesda\ at 12:30 p.m. in
the Stonevbrook West community
Sin Winter Gade: n.
Police say the man knocked on
the w oman's door and asked her tc
check her light fixtures to see if an\
were broken b\ a golf ball. Whenr
she opened the door. he forced hinm
self inside. According to police. the
victim fought off the suspect and
he left the area on foot.
The man is described as approx
imately 6 feet and 220 pounds wi-th
a stocky build, a thick goatee
brownish-auburn hair and a media
um complexion. He w as last seer
earning khaki brown long pants.,
khaki brown golf jacket \ ith a nav\
blue logo and a khaki bro, n base.
ball cap.
Anyone with information about
the incident or the suspect is asked
to call the Winter- Garden Police


It's not too late
to get a flu shot
The Orange County Health De-
partment is reminding farmlies that
it is not too late to get a flu shot. The
flu activity in the United States gen-
erally peaks between late December
and early March. Getting vaccinated
even during this time can be benefi-
cial.
The Center for Disease Control rec-
ommends flu vaccinations for per-
sons at high risk for influenza-relat-
ed complications and se ere disease,
including children 6 months to 5
years of age, pregnant women, peo-
ple 50 years and older, persons w ith
certain chronic medical conditions.
people who live w ith or care for per-
sons at high risk and healthcare work-
ers.
Flu vaccinations are a ailable for
$24. and pneumonia vaccines are
$3-. There is no cost to those %% ith
Medicare and Medicare HhlOs. and
those agencies will be billed direct-
Iv.
Immunizations are available Fri-
days only from 8-11:30 a.m. at Win-
ter Garden Family, Health Center.
1210 E. Plant St., Winter Garden.
Central Health Center. 832 W. Cen-
tral Blvd, Orlando. offers immu-
nizations Monday -Thursday from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m.
For more information, visit the
OCHD Web site at www.orchd.com.


Department at 407-656-3636.

OPD arrests armed
robbery suspect
On Dec. 12, at approximately
1:45 p.m., the Ocoee Police De-
partment responded to a call re-
garding an armed robbery to a per-
son in the Chick-fil-A parking lot,
10620 W. Colonial Drive. A male
suspect armed with a. silver hand-,
gun robbed a woman of her purse
at, gunpoint.
An Ocoee officer in the area
when the call'was dispatched ob-
served a man matching the sus-.
pect's description running west-
bound along West Colonial Drnte
from the area of the robbery.
The officer chased the suspect
on foot and subdued him with a
Taser near the intersection of Ocoee
Commerce Parkway and West
ColonialfDrive. The suspect had
tlro\v n his handgun into the bush-
es in front of a vacant furniture
store, where Ocoee detectives re-
covered it.
According to police, the suspect,
" identified as Curtis Bro" n Jr., 21,
Shad arrived at Chick-fil-A with
three accomplices in a blue Saturn
that was located behind the Wal-
i Mar SuperCenter just south of
Chick-fil-A
The occupants of the vehicle
i ere taken into custody after a traf-
fic stop behind Wal-Mlan and iden-
tified as Jar is Octavious Gaines. 18:
SErica Lasha Deere, 19: and Tesha
T. Harrison. 19.
S No injuries were reported as a
Result of the robbery.
S Any one with information on this
case is encouraged to contact the
Ocoee Police Department or
SCrimeLine at 407-423-TIPS.

OFD weekly report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
t sponded to 71 calls for assistance
During the period of Dec. 7-13:
S Fire-I


EMS-48
Vehicle accidents-3
Hazardous materials-2
.Public service-13
False alarms-4
City calls--62
County calls-5
Windermere calls-4.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 69 calls for as-
sistance from Dec 10-16:
Fires-1
Emergenc. medical calls-5-
SAuto accidents-4
Automatic fire alarms-2
Public dssist-0
Hazardous conditions- I
liscellaneous-7.

Windermere police'
report for November
The Windermere Police Depart-
ment reported 1.129 calls for service
from Nov. I through 30 as well as:
Incident reports.-- 44
Traffic Stops 170 .
Citations 71
Courtesy notices 91
Business checks 40 per night
Alarms 15
Assistance to public 280
Arrests 21
Accidents 10
Field interrogation reports 8
Parking tickets 2
The 21 arrests resulted in 31
charges, including the following:
warrants, batter,/domestic vio-
lence. violation of domestic vio-
lence injunction, aggravated bat-
tery, aggravated assault %%ith a
deadly weapon, possession of
cannabis. dri ing n. ith license sus-
pended and expired driver's license,
no ahld driver's license, carrying
concealed firearms, possession of
firearm b\ con\ icted felon and pos-
session of altered firearm.


NOTICE OF ELECTION
CITY OF WINTER GARDEN

You are hereby notified that the City of Winter Garden will hold an Elec-
lion on Tuesday, March 13, 2007, from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. for the '
purpose of filling the seats of City Commissioner of District #2, Corn-
missioner of District #3, and Commissioner of District #4.

Qualifying packets may te picked up from the office of the City Clerk,
City Hall, 251 W. Plant Street, Winter Garden, FL. The Qualifying Pe-
riod will be from Noon on Tuesday, January 16, 2007 to Noon on Tues-
day, January 23, 2007. In order to qualify you must have been a con-
tinuous resident of the City of Winter Garden for two (2) years, be a Reg-
isrered Voter and pay the necessary qualifying fees. If you have any
questions, you may contact the City Clerk, Kathy Golden at (407) 656-
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Thursday, December 21, 2006 The West Orange Times 3A


Rep. Nelson to speak about special
session on homeowner insurance


The Woman's Club of Ocoee and
the Ocoee Lions Club will host a spe-
cial meeting for State Rep. Bryan
Nelson to present the results of a spe-
cial legislative session on homeowner
insurance held recently in Tallahas-
see.
The informative meeting, featur-


chamber hosts state legislators
The West Orange Chamber welcomed the Central Florida State Delegation to annual Legislative Luncheon
held at the Doubletree Hotel last Thursday. These special guest speakers were, I-r, Rep. Steve Precourt,
Iep. Andy Gardiner, Rep. Bryan Nelson, Sen. Daniel Webster and Rep. Scott Randolph. The legislators
discussed such issues as the cost of homeowners' insurance, tax relief and bi-party cooperation.
I


ing details about the insurance crisis
and proposed solutions, is scheduled
for Tuesday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m. in the
Woman's Clubhouse, located at 4 N.
Lakewood Ave.
The meeting is open to the public.
For more information, call Judie
Lewis at 407-721-7263.


PUBLIC NOTICE

CITY OF.WINTER GARDEN


CITY OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY,
DECEMBER 25, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2006
AND MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2007 IN
OBSERVANCE OF THE HOLIDAYS.


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Winter Garden Rotary honors mayor
Winter Garden Rotary President David Sylvester (left) and Rotarian John Terrell (right) honored Mayor
ack Quesinberry at last Thursday's City Commission meeting by presenting him with the Paul Harris Fel-
low Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Rotary.
i!

WVinderm ere iContinued from front page

Tp\. n Charter. The second gives the ordinance on building height limits, reviewed improvements to Cen-
Code Enforcement Board the ability to along with how variances are treated tral Park and Lake Street Park that
purpose increased fines for repeat vi- when existing structures are leveled will be installed as part of a Florida
olators The third establishes a pro- and rebuilt. Recreation Development Assistance
c4ss for the town to pass through cer- asked the DRB to review existing Grant in fiscal year 2007-08. Win-
I in costs related to development ac- codes to determine if the owner of two dermere has submitted a $150,000
tIities in town contiguous lots can redevelop.the grant proposal with a 75-25 percent
* took no action on a letter from property with a house on each lot, if match required.
ate Aitorne Lawson Lamar asking only one house currently exists. learned in a report from down-
nunicipalities to adopt stricter ethics approved a request by the Tree town project manager Don Greer that,
lids, reform campaign finance regu- Board to hold a professional tree- Progress Energy is substantially fin-
litions and improve disclosure re- climbing competition in Town Square ished with its work in the downtown
q$irements in all aspects of govern- on Saturday, Jan. 20, from 8 a.m. to 5 area, including removal of power.
rent. p.m. There will be a $4,500 initial cost poles. Changes to the islands and curb
I- decided to discuss, at its January to the town that will be reimbursed by cuts are also just about finished, as is
meeting, ho\\ to change the current grant funding. thewarranty workonthebrickstreets.


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Meals on Wheels drivers needed
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Wheels is in need of volunteer Anyone who can give an hour a
Sdrivers. The meal routes are locat- day or once a week should contact
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routes open Monday-Friday, and Ext. 253.
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in the Best
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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, December 21, 2006


Opinion


r -- Reader opinions ,


Letters to the editor


Reader cpin ions.

Guest Column -


Ocoee police thank community for book donations


SEditor:


The Ocoee Police Department wishes to thank you
Sand your readers for'your most charitable and gener-
ous contribution of books to our 2006 Holiday Toys
Sfor Tots in Need program. Your kindness and support
of our program will surely'help make a brighter and
More joyous holiday season for the children in our


'community.
Again, \e thank you. and may you and your fami-
lies be blessed this upcoming holiday season and
throughout the Ne\w Year.

Lt. Cherri Toms
2006 Chairperson
Holiday Toys for Tots in Need


Center for Drug-Free Living appreciates donation


Editor:


Once again.this year, thank you so much for your most
Excellent donation of books for our clients for Christmas. The\
will be.vrapped and distributed to the kids at their party. Thank


you for your generosity. We are most appreciative.


Valerie Gay, director
Jo Rita Co.. financial specialist
Centerfor Drug-Free Living


From our archives

Old Times


70 years.ago
The Pine Tree Inn, recently destroyed by fire, was the
showplace of Windermere and drew tourists from all parts
of the country. Located on Lake Butler on the west end of
Second Avenue, it was a delightful place for relaxing and
enjoying the beauty of the Windermere area. Many pa-
Strons of the inn fell in love with Windermere and returned
to build cottages and homes around the chain of lakes.

40 years ago
Operation Pride, or'the Beautification Committee of
Windermere, has been busy making the Town Hall and
grounds more attractive. The highlight of the plan is the
Circle drive in front of Town Hall that will be lit by 30
old-fashioned street lamps. The firstlamp is bumingin mem-
ory of John Calvin Palmer, donated by his daughter, Letha
P almerLuff.
Dr. Joseph O'Malley, a noted Orlando surgeon, was
guest speaker at the Winter Garden Rotary Club. He paiiit--
ed a very dim:picture for the future of Asia and said our
- troops will probably be in the war-torn aiea forever.


, 25 years:ago,
:Looking back.at 1981:.Crowds gathered for the first
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space shuttle launch; nature played some cruel tricks -
too much cold, not enough rain; Harold Cooper led the West
Orange High School Band to the Cherry Blossom Festi-
val in Washington. D.C.; Windermere Rotary launched
Youth Recreation Park..
The Lake\iew Junior High School cheerleaders have qual-
ified for the World-lnternauonal Cheerleading Champi-
onships to be held in Chicago. They include: Lisa Reagan.
Mary Ballant, Karen Julian. Rena Heckman, Kris
DeKeyser. Jennifer Maynes, Robin Barber, Terri Hahn,
Monique Clowes and Susan Janis.

15 years ago
A mock funeral procession wound its way through the
West Orange High Commons during three lunch shifts, com-
plete with casket, mourners, clergy and the personification
of Death. When students looked in the casket, they saw a
mirror and a warning that this could be them if they drink
and drive over the holidays.
Dave and Carol Bergman. in their annual role as Mr. and
Mrs. Santa Claus. were seen sitting on the front porch of
the Wyatt Anderson home in Windermera one of the
homes featured in the Central Florida Women's League
"Tour of Homes."


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Ocoee High School student Yetzenia Negron and social studies teacher Robert Strodtbecker are reap-
ing the benefits, of Principal Mike Armbruster's dedication to his school and community.


Teacher pays it forward with students


By Robert Strodtbecker
Ocoee High social studies teacher

Once a man was walking along a beach....Off in the
distance he could see a person going back and forth
between the surf's edge and the beach.....s the man
approached he could see the person was throwing
starfish back into the sea....~The man was struck by the
apparentiJitility of the task. Many of the starfish were
sure to penrish.....As he came up to the person he said.
"You must be cra.y. There are thousands of miles of
beach covered with starfish. You can't possibly make a
difference. The person looked at the man. He then
stooped down and pick up one more starfish and threw
it back into the ocean. He turned back to the man and.
said, "It sure m ae a difference.to that one!" .Anonymous
I know the person who was throwing the starfish.
It is Mike Armbruster. the principal of Ocoee High
School, and I..zm one of the starfish he threw back into
the sea.,
S That sea is the Orange County Public School system,
S.. my service to which has offered both purpose and di-
rection.to.my life ahd'.thiefrequent feeling that. maybe,
'', .I'n not really a starfish buit an aimless swimmer at a
e .beach that has been caught in the undertow and swept
,. to sea, never to be found aga, .
Dealing with high school students is hugely different
'than it was when I wa.s bne in Vincennes, Ind., during
,the:197bs,.Without-.iepl6ying the details that'can be
.::found on thousands 6f,Web sites or news shows, please
considerthat many students in high school today are
r dealing witihvery adult :decisions in spite of their young.
ages. That is why I do not refer to the students in my class-
es as "children."
Regardless of my efforts to treat them as "emerging
Adultss" they frequently respond foolishly and irre-
sponsibly, only to blame me for their transgressions.
These are the times that the rip currents are sweeping me
from all I know and love.' Fortunately for me, Mike has
'chosen quite a few starfish among the faculty and staff
(particularly among my dear friends in the OHS main-
tenance department) who know themselves to be starfish,
and can remind me of who I am.
So I keep coming back hoping and wondering if I
will make a difference in the lives of my students a
sufficient enough of a difference that they will take re-
sponsibility for the talents that I see in them and look to
find the fulfillment I feel when I work with them. In
hoping and wondering, I keep looking for signs that my
students really are emerging. Any sign from some of
Them. From others I look for signs.that they have rec-
ognized their abilities And are beginning to develop
them.
Sometimes the sign is as innocent as a student show -
ing up to school early to prepare for the day's work. I
have one such student, Yetienia Negron, who has come
to my classroom since August for my first-period eco-
nomics class. At first slie.came'-reserved and quietly.
Over tihe months, though, her reservations have blossomed
S.int'o dignified confidence that assure me that I am in the


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right place in the right time.
Yetzenia has never been late with any assignment
in my class, and as the early days of the fall semester
.passed into weeks. I earned her trust to the point that she
would ask me of certain assignments and issues that we
were studying at the time. Thanks to the technology at
OHS, I have been able to require Yetzenia and her class-
mates to subrm'it their assignments through their computer
accounts and even e-mail their work to me from home.
During one of our question-and-answer sessions. I asked
her w hy she doesn't attempt to complete some of her w ork
at home and send me an electronic tile: she told me of
her inability to do so because she did not have a home
computer.
Even though computers have become almost indis-
pensable in this new millennium, there are people who
do not have them for a \wide range of reasons. In Yet-
zenia's case. I felt compelled to help her meet a need that
could benefit her materially for the foreseeable future
and that would become a formative moment for her for
the rest of her life. I set on a course to prove to Yet-
zenia that there are people wbho will stand by her and help
her. not because they want something out of her, but
because her efforts and growth are impressive and im-
portant.
I was directed through various channels at OHS back
to the starfish thrower, Mike Armbruster. I informed
Mike of Yetzenia's efforts and standing in my class. I
compared her growth and maturity to some of past re-
ports and asked if there was some-%ay we could provide
her with the tools she needed to succeed as a student in
the computer age. Mike met with both of us and told us
.he would find out what he could do.
Obviously, Mike belongs to a society of starfish
throwers, because recently Yetzenia was provided with
the means to complete her computer assignments at
Some by an anonymous friend of Mike's. This act was
a significant departure from a societal norm that exalts
greed, self-absorption and a brazen disregard for those
trapped by their circumstances. Before I became a teach-
er, I had my fill of those motivations for more than 23
years in corporate and private business, but the gener-
ous act of this one nameless, faceless friend lifted my
spirits and made me grateful that noble people who are
willing to share from their excess still exists.
That gift was beyond anything we expected, and Yet-
zenia's response showed both her humility and appre-
ciation I had the gift of being there to see her receive
it, and it will be a memory that sustains me with all of
my students as my teaching career proceeds. My only
regret is that our anonymous friend could not be there
to share in the joy.
I know Mike has thrown lots of starfish and, I sus-
pect. that Mike's friend has probably thrown many
more. I also know why Mike throws them. Because he
looks and he sees life.
I looked at Yetzenia, and I saw that life, and, thanks
to Mike Armbruster, his friend. OCPS, and all my friends
on the "staffilty" at OHS, I had my first chance to toss
a star.


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Thursday, December 21, 2006 The West Orange Times 5A




Business


1 1 iir' Chamber unveils new board, honors lifetime ambassadors


Tri & Run voted best
Tri & Run of West Orange, located in downtown Winter Garden, was
voted best running store for 2006 in the Orlando area by readers of
Florida Sports Magazine. The honor was published in the magazine's
December issue.


WO Lumber expands with West Orange Truss


West Orange Lumber recently com-
Ileted itsthird expansion ws within the
past six years.
Ward Britt Sr. founded West Or-
ange Lumber as a small family busi-
ness in 1955 His son, Neil Brtt, be-
came president of the company in
1979 and has overseen the addition of
West Orange Window and West Or-
ange Door to the family of business-
es.
West Orange Truss. a full-service
truss facility in Groveland, is the com-
pany's latest venture.
"We are riding on the coattails of
our 51 -year track record of success in
Central Florida and are extremely ex-
cited about this new addition," Neil
Britt said.
West Orange Truss is a $6-million
state-of-the-an facility located on a
20-acre parcel at the intersection of
highways 19 and 27 and the Flonda
Turnpike. The location makes it pos-
,sible for deliveries to be made any-
- where in Central Florida within an
hour.
The company expects to hire up to
50 employees. Doug Hill has taken
the role of general manager at West
r- OrangeTruss. Together wibth lus coun-
. terparts Craig .Stiles ('WO Door) and
Ernie Cox (WOWindow), the com-
pany's GNMs boast 80 years of com-
bined experience.
"I'm looking forward to continuing
the tradition of outstanding quality
and customer service at the truss
plant." Hill said. "We have the capa-
bility of sending truss designs from
our computer directly to our saws and


then to be assembled.
"The efficiency of our facility will
allow us to offer a quality product with
a shorter turnaround time than most
other plants around the state." Hill
added.
The company's continued expan-
sion, Britt said. has occurred to meet
his customers' needs.
"Our commercial and residential
construction customers identified their
need for total package solutions from
a company that values their partner-
ships. and we responded with this ne\\
addition to help create the frame\w ork
for their success," Bntt said. "It also
allows us to expand our internal fam-
ily."
West Orange Lumber. 330 S. Tubb
St.. and West Orange Window. 421
E. Oakland Ate., are both based in
Oakland. West Orange Door, 8615
Justice Place. and West Orange Truss.
8601 Justice Place. are located in
Groveland.


The West Orange Cha'mber of
Commerce recently held its annual
holiday party and board meeting
where it welcomed a new chairman,
board members and mission state-
ment and presented two members
with the Lifetime Ambassador award.
The Chamber said farewell to out-
going Chairman Pam Gould and hel-
lo to 2007 Chairman Russ Salerno
and its new chairman-elect, Julie K1-
effel. The installation ceremony took
place Dec. 8 at West Orange Country
Club.
Salerno, a senior vice president for
United Heritage Bank, has served on
the Chamber Board for nearly 12
years and has been an active member
of the Chamber for more than 22
years. In, that time, he has served as
ambassador, treasurer, and chairman
of the economic development, trustee
and membership committees. He is
also a recipient of the Chamber's Sam
Hovsepian and Chairman's awards.
"Russ has been a w wonderful inspi-
ration and generous comnmumt. lead-
er for years, and it is time for him to
lead this Chamber," said Chamber
President Stina D'Uva.
In addition to his service on the
board; Salerno has been on the Pine
Hills Boys & Girls Club for more than
40 years. He recently assisted the
West Orange Foundation in securing
funding for the nesw Raymond Screw's
Field at WOHS.
The Chamber also welcomed net
board members Rob Frank, city of
Ocoee; Bob Gosselin. Gosselin Re-
alty: John Hussey, RealTrend: Dan
Petro. Bright Future Electric; and Di-
anne Southwell. Plaudits.
The board chose to enter 2007 with
a new mission statement: "To devel-
op, support and promote Chamber
member businesses and our commu-
nity."
The holiday party festivities in-
cluded presenting the Lifetime Am-
'bassador award to Ruth Grafton and
Maarie Williams. both founding
Chamber ambassadors. The pair was
chosen by their peers to receive the
recognition.
Grafton. a retired airline attendant.
and Williams. a retired Florida Pow-
er employee, have supported the


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The Chamber honored Ruth Grafton and Marie Williams with the Lifetime Ambassador award at its holiday
party and board meeting. Present for the ceremony were, I-r, outgoing Chairman Pam Gould, Chairman-
elect Julie Kleffel, Williams, Grafton, Chamber President Stina D'Uva and 2007 Chairman Russ Salerno.


Chamber bx participating in hundreds
of events, including ribbon cuttings
and groundbreakjngs, o\er the; past
15 years.
"Ruth and Marie are desert ing of
the designation Lifetime Ambas-
sadors for their many years of sern ice
to the Chamber of Commerce," said
fellow ambassador Donna Leigaber.
"Their dedication is clearly evidenced
by their participation in ribbon cut-
tings. We Noticed events and Busi-
ness After Hours.
"Thank you ladies for your untold
hours of support as ambassadors of
the West Orange Chamber." Leiga-
ber added.
The ambassadors serse as official
hosts representing the Chamber at rib-
bon cuttings, anni ersary celebrations.
groundbreaking. open houses. Busi-
ness After Hours and other Chamber
functions. The ambassadors regular-
ly recognize Chamber members with
the We Noiiced and Member of the
Month aw\ ards


The West Orange Chamber of Commerce held its chairman installation
ceremony this month. Gathered at the event are, I-r: Chairman-elect Julie
Kleffel, 2006 Chairman Pam Gould, Chamber President Stina D'Uva and
2007 Chairman Russ Salerno.


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w hat I want to gie Jesus for His birtday
is ..a birthda- cake and a parr. .and
just a quiet moment in the middle of all
the excitement to remember that He is
God's gift to us .a precious gift. a gift
like no other.
I've learned a blrde bit about bolhday
stress this year. And I'\e learned that eS-
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that supposedly has to get done in order
to "have Christmas." that we forget ,, ho
the party is supposed to be for Yes, v\e
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us of the ultimate gift that God gate to
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Bethlehem. So don't lust "have Christ-
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parry... for Jesus!
'We learned something in our house
this year in the middle of all the con-
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more important than "move our" if your
remodel We learned that our house does-
n't hase to be all perfect and remodeled
for Christrias. We can just clear out a lit-
de space and put up a Line tree and it will
be a Christmas to remember Simple and
humble...just Like that ght in Bethle-
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glorious Christmas celebration e'en in
the middle of construction chaos, now
can't we? So tliatever your circum-
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Jesus' birthday...And have a very MER-
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Winter Garden


Civitan raises funds for needy groups
West Orange Civitan Club recently held its 2nd annual turkey shoot at the Winter Garden Elks Lodge. Mon-
ey raised will be used to assist groups and organizations in need in West Orange County. At the turkey shoot
are, I-r, Helen Galloway, Melissa Robinson, Cindy Baker, Kelly Chambers and, in back, Bonnie Segal. West
Orange Civitan is a service club that meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month at 6:30 p.m. at
Grace Worship Center in Winter Garden. The public is invited to attend the meetings.


Rotary helps students in Abaco
Winter Garden Rotary member John Terrell Jr. gave the club anupdate
on an international project. The Windermere and Winter Garden clubs
had partnered on a project to assist the Bahamian island of Abaco,
which was sponsored by'the Abaco Rotary Club, by funding 20 com-
puters for the Abaco High School computer lab and assisting a dis-
abled children's home. Members from each club recently traveled to Aba-
co for a tour of the facilities and the progress that has been made.
While there, the group noticed that the Abaco Cay Primary School was
in need of library improvements and playground equipment for the chil-
dren. The Winter Garden Rotary Club has already purchased swings
that were needed and have been installed. Terrell made a proposal for
the club to formulate an action plan to expand the playground and li-
brary. Above, Terrell (left) stands with Rotary President David Sylvester.


Rec offers Active 50 group for seniors


The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers Active 50 and Over. In-
terested seniors can call the rec office at
407-656-4155 for details.
Lunch and Learn lets seniors enjoy
a catered lunch and hear guest speakers.
They meet from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
the Old Fire Station Recreation Center.
127 S. Boyd St Cost is $4. and seating
is limited. Future lunch sessions are Jan.
26 and April 27.
Day trips are eter\ month. Future
trips are: Forever Florida on Jan. 10.
n which offers an outdoor safari through a
w working ranch and % ildemess area. Cost


Health Central Park's Adult Day
Program offers a fun day for seniors.
Daily lunches and snacks are pro\ id-


is $5 and $7.* Makahki Luau for aPoly-
nesian feast and a special celebration of
dance in February. Cost: $47 and $49.
A recycling greeting card group
meets the second Tuesday of each month
from 2-4 p.m. at the Old Fire Station
Recreation Center. The cost is $5. Par-
ticipants must bring their own cards, craft
scissors and craft supplies they, might
need.; ':
Armchair Traveler gatherings are
the third Frida' of each month.
The West Orange Page Turners Lit-
erary Book Club meets the second
Monday of each month.


ed. Transportation ser\ ices are avail-
able. For more information.,call407-
296-1630


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Home of Winter Garden's Ultimate Hot Bar and Burgers!

A visit from Santa!!! f'
Come see Santa '
Saturday, Dec. 23 from 10-2
Sunday Christmas Eve hours: i
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And Hot Bar available 10-2pm e
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Smoke detectors
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.

WGPD programs
The Winter Garden Police Depart-
ment is organizing Neighborhood
Watch. programs to help prevent
crime. To start a program, call 407-
656-3636.
The police department offers free
home security surveys for residents
living within the city limits. An offi-
cer will come to your house to check
doors, windows, locks, lighting and
alarm systems. To set an appointment,
call 407-656-3636.

Museum celebrating
railroad-themed art
The Central Florida Railroad Mu-
se~m, 101 S. Boyd St., Winter Gar-
de ,is displaying a "Trains a-Rolling"
exhibit. The exhibit, a celebration of
railroad-themed art and photography,
will remain through December. There
is no charge to tour the museum or
\ i w the exhibit. The museum is open
dai) from 1-5 p.m. For more details,
call 407-656-0559.

Get help from
Health Alliance
resource program
The Health Alliance Family Care
Center in Winter Garden has programs
for residents of Orange County, in-
cluding the Family Resource Program.
,. The goal of the program is to pro-
mgte self-sufficiency for Orange
County citizens who are at risk. Ser-
Sices are provided through a case-
management model to clients. The
program serves disabled county resi-
dents \\ ho expect to return to work
and those with the goal of receiving
benefits from other agencies.
For more information or to make a
referral, call 407-836-S410 or.407-
877-4314.

Knitting club
the West Orange Knitters Guild
mdets Mondays from 6-9 p.m. at the
Fiist United Methodist Church of
Winter Garden. 125 N. Lakeview A\e.
Kriitters andcrocheters are welcome
to the free class, held in the old par-
sonage. For details, call 407-427-0480.


Alderman graduates
from Air Force school
Air Force Capt. Demea A. Alder-
man has graduated from Squadron Of-
ficer School at Maxwell Air Force
Base, Montgomery, Ala.
The five-week course is designed
to help the officer develop through the
Air Force professional military edu-
cation system. The officer learns to
broaden his or her focus on officer-
ship, core values and the Air Force as
an institution in the profession of arms.
Classroom instruction provides officers
with opportunities to refine written
and oral communication skills, im-
prove leadership, apply military team-
building concepts and develop their
knowledge about air and space pow-
er.
Alderman, a business services flight
commander with 11 years of military
service, is assigned to the 59th Med-
ical Wing, Wilford Hall Medical Cen-
ter, Lackland Air Force Base, San An-
tonio, Texas. He is the son of William
and Evelyn Alderman of Baxley, Ga.
His wife, Janette, is the daughter of
Thomas Kornegay of Winter Garden
and Norma Kornegay of Hazlehurst,
Ga.

People of Faith
combining services
People of Faith Lutheran Church is
combining its morning worship ser-
vices for this Sunday, Dec. 24. There
will be one serviceat 9:30 a.m., a 5
p.m. family Christmas Eve worship
and a 7 p.m. candlelight worship.
The church is on Warrior Road in
Winter Garden.

Christmas Eve service.
under the stars
New Horizons Christian Church in-
vites the public to join the congrega-
tion outdoors for a special time to fo-
cus on the truelmeaning of Christmas
on Christmas Eve.
Amid all the Christmas lights, the
30-minute service will feature Christ-
mas carols and Scripture reading while
focusing on a live nativity scene.
When asked why the church was
conducting this service outside at
night, Pastor Phil Walter said: "We
want to recapture some of the feelings
the shepherds must have felt when
they heard the angels announce the
birth of Jesus to them while they were
tending their sheep in the open fields.
Then, we want everyone in attendance
to experience the thrill the shepherds
felt when they found the Christ child
with his parents."
Participants are asked to meet
around 5:45 p.m. at the corner of
County Road 535 and Roper Road in
Winter Garden. There will be a colorful
start to the service at 6. This family-
friendly program is planned as a sim-
ple and meaningful experience under
the stars. Those attending should dress
comfortably.
For more information, call New
Horizons.Church at 407-654-5050 or
send an e-mail to Info@NHC-
Chome.org.

Computer classes
in English, Spanish
The Winter Garden Library offers
free computer classes each month in
English and Spanish. For information, .
call 407-656-4582. The library is at
805 E. Plant St. in Winter Garden.

Rent Tanner Hall
Tanner Hall on Lake Apopka is
available for rental for events on week-.
ends and weekdays. For details,.call the
Winter Garden Recreation Depart-
ment at 407-656-4155. The Tanner is
at 29 W. Garden Ave.


Sanitation schedule
Because of the Christmas holiday,
Winter Garden residents whose nor-
mally scheduled sanitation pickup is
on Monday will have their garbage
picked up on Thursday, Dec. 28.

Stay fit during
the holidays
Local Jazzercise instructor Karen
Roper has announced her schedule of
holiday classes.
Roper will teach the morning class-
es on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the
Centre for Dance and the Performing
Arts in downtown Winter Garden.
Roper has been an instructor in the
West Orange area for 15 years. For
more details, call her at 407-718-4607.

AARP to meet
The West Orange AARP Chapter
3697 will hold its first meeting of the
new year on Monday, Jan. 8, at 1 p.m.
at the Hyde Park Clubhouse, 14253
W. Colonial Drive, Winter Garden.
All seniors 50 and older are invited to
attend the meeting.
Any suggestions for upcoming ac-
tivities and visiting speakers will be
entertained at this meeting. Members
and guests can meet the officers and
enjoy good fellowship. Members with
the initials A-I are asked to bring the
refreshments.
Members are also reminded to bring
the following: canned or boxed food
for the West Orange Christian Service
Center; used postage stamps, eye-
glasses and hearing aids for the Win-
ter Garden Lions Club; and aluminum
pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald
House.
For more information, call Presi-
dent Esther Braswell at 407-905-9802.

Visit downtown
W.G. museums
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.

Heritage Museum has
items for Christmas
The Winter Garden Heritage Mu-
seum on downtown Plant Street now
has a gift shop. Just in time for the
holidays, the museum is selling hand-
made scarves, handmade Winter Gar-
den Christmas ornaments and other
Christmas items.
Prices start at $2. The museum is at
1 N. Main St. For more information,
call 407-656-5544.

VFW to honor
outstanding young
volunteer of the year
The West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary is looking for stu-
,dents to apply for the Outstanding
Young Volunteer of the Year. The
winner will receive a $5,000 U.S. Sav-
ings Bond. Students ages 12-15 who
have provided outstanding volunteer
service to the community from Jan.
1-Dec. 31 are eligible.
To participate, students must be
U.S. citizens and sponsored by a.
Ladies Auxiliary.
Call 407-656-5586 for an entry
form and more information. The en-
try deadline is Feb. 3.

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


Christmas concert at
First Assembly of God
Recording artists Lorne and Jim-
mie Ruth Matthews will present "King
of Kings," a piano and vocal concert
of Christmas and seasonal music, this
Sunday, Dec. 24, at 10:30 a.m. at First
Assembly of God in Winter Garden.
The Matthewses have shared their
music throughout the world. The con-
cert will include seasonal secular and
sacred songs, both vocal and instru-
mental, and the musicians will appear
in early English caroler's costumes
for an old-fashioned Christmas show.
The church is at 890 S. Vineland
Road.

Registration for spring
Little League to begin
Winter Garden Little League will
hold its spring 2007 registrations Jan.
6 and 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and
Jan. 9 and 12 from 6-8 p.m. All will
take place above the concession stand
at the fields at 415 S. Park Ave. For
more information, call 407-877-7113.
Online registration is available now
through Jan. 13 on the Web site:
www.wglittleleague.com. All of the
forms are available on the Web site
and can be brought in when register-
ing in person.
The fee is $85. If space is available,
late registrations will be subject to a late
fee.
Tryouts are mandatory and are set
for 6 p.m. on the following dates: Jan.
17 for league ages 7-8, Jan. 18 for ages
9-10, Jan. 19 for ages 11-12 and Jan.
19 for ages 13-16.

Rec Department
offers holiday camps
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is offering full-day camps
during the upcoming school holidays.
Camps include games, sports, arts and
crafts and music.
Campers must be ages 5 (kinder-
garten) to 13 and must bring a packed
lunch, drinks and snacks.
The dates are Dec. 18-22, 26-29 and
Jan. 2. Camp is open from 7:30 a.m.
to 6 p.m. and is $12 per day for city res-
idents, $15 for others.
To sign up or for more information,
call 407-656-4155.

Acting lessons at rec
Learn techniques in various forms
of acting from a trained, New York
actress and learn about head shots, au-
ditions and more. Classes are Tues-
days from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Old
Fire Station Rec Center, 127 S. Boyd
St.
The cost is $65 for city residents,
$68 for others. For more details, call
the Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment at 407-656-4155.

Kid's Caf6 at
Maxey Center
The Maxey Community Center of-
fers a Kid's Caf6, a place for children
to hang out with their friends after
school. There is no fee for this pro-
gram. A free dinner program is avail-
able for children of low-income fam-
ilies. The club is open after school
Monday through Thursday for chil-
dren up to age 18. For details, call the
Maxey Center at 407-654-5161.

Tennis for
preschoolers
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers a hands-on introduc-
tion to tennis for preschoolers. Ten-
nis shoes, water and patience are a
must for this class, which takes place
Tuesday from 9-10 a.m. at Chapin
Station. The cost is $60 for city resi-
dents. Call the rec office at 407-656-
4155 for more information.

Book club to meet
The Jane Austen Book Club meets
the third Saturday of every month at
the Winter Garden Library. Interest-
ed residents can join the group for
lively discussions. The library is at
805 E. Plant St.


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Thursday, December 21, 2006 The West Orange Times 7A


City's faithful servant headed to Mississippi
Battalion Chief Ken Holton stands on top of the Winter Garden Fire Department's 1985 fire engine just be-
fore it's loaded onto a flatbed truck. The fire engine was donated by the city of Winter Garden to the state
of Mississippi to provide fire protection for areas affected by last year's Hurricane Katrina.


Do you have old
eyeglasses or
hearing aids?
The Winter Garden Lions Club is
collecting old eyeglasses and hearing
aids. The club has set up a new drop-
off location at the Winter Garden Her-
itage Foundation, located in the Edge-
water Hotel in downtown Winter Gar-
den.
For more information about the pro-
ject; contact Nancy Walker at 407-
489-6018 or nancy@jasonwalker.biz.

Library hosting
movie nights
The Winter Garden Library is host-
ing a series of First Thursday Movie
Nights. Movies will be shown at 6:30
p.m. on the first Thursday of each
month. Upcoming movies are Jan. 4,
Feb. 1 and March 1.
The library is at 805 E. Plant St.

Library programs
for children
The Winter Garden Library has pro-
grams for children on Wednesdays.
Tiny Tales is presented at 10:15 a.m.
to infants from birth to 18 months.
Toddler Time is at 10:45 a.m. for
children 18-36 months. Storybook
Fun for those ages 3-5 is at 11:15 a.m.
The library is on East Plant St.


Lions grateful to community
The Winter Garden Lions Club thanks the city of Winter Garden and its
residents for their support and a great time during Light Up Winter Gar-
den and the Christmas Parade. Generous donations will help a child or
adult receive the gift of sight and see a brighter future. The Lions meet
the 2nd Tuesday of the month. For more information about the club
and the services it provides, contact Nancy Walker at 407-489-6018 or
nancy@jasonwalker.biz. Above, Lion members George and Nancy
Bekemeyer with their lion grandsons, Bryce and William Walker.


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A special gift
A very merry John Risper, Sebrenia Brown and Charlie Mae Wilder (from left) were ready last week to
hand out toys to children at the Maxey Community Center. The Sembler Corp. donated $1,500 to the cen-
ter, and Risper, Maxey Center manager, and Brown, Winter Garden Recreation Department leader, went
on a shopping spree at Kmart. About 100 children and their parents showed up last Tuesday afternoon for
their gifts. Wilder, a Winter Garden city commissioner, said Sembler wanted to help some children this
Christmas. According to Risper, there are approximately 35 children still on a waiting list to receive gifts.
The Wal-Mart SuperCenter in Ocoee has set up an Angel Tree with the names of children in the Maxey Head
Start program. To help, call Risper at 407-654-5161'.


Win a Winter Garden keepsake
A chance drawing will take place this Friday, Dec. 22, at 3 p.m. to de-
termine the winner of this Winter Garden community quilt. Each pattern
was chosen for its significance to the community. Several Winter Gar-
den women dedicated their time to make the individual pieces, and Mu-
seums Group Board member Eileen Petersen hand-quilted it. The quilt
is on display at the Edgewater Hotel, the Winter Garden Heritage Foun-
dation's new location. Tickets are $5 apiece or 6 for $25 and are still avail-
able from 1-5 p.m. All proceeds benefit the Heritage Foundation.

Scores from the West Orange duplicate bridge
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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 Wemyss
at 407-654-9208 or Chris Lunsford,
Lakeview's SAFE coordinator, at 407-
877-5010.

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


Community classroom
sponsors needed
The students of Hope Charter
School and Legacy High School are
excited to announce their first-ever
Read-a-Thon beginning Jan. 4, 2007.
They are looking for classroom spon-
sors to help raise funds to provide ap-
propriate library books and reading
materials for every reading level rep-
resented at their schools.
The event is particularly important
to the schools since they are using this
opportunity to encourage the students
to read more in class and at home.
Additionally, it is an opportunity to
raise much-needed funds to further de-
velop classroom libraries and to pur-
chase materials that enhance learning.
Anyone interested in becoming a
classroom sponsor or would like more
information, call Molly Zarnowski at
407-697-8059.

Patriotic Art Contest
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary is seeking young
artists to enter the Young American
Creative Patriotic Art Contest. Stu-
dents must be in grades 9-12 and must
attend school in the same state as the
sponsoring Ladies Auxiliary.
Home-schooled students are eligi-
ble; foreign exchange.students are not.
Art must be on paper or canvas.
Watercolor, pencil, pastel, charcoal,
tempera, crayon, acrylic, pen and ink
or oil may be used. Digital art may
be used but must be on paper or can-
vas. No discs will be accepted.
Canvas entries are to be on stretch-
er frames, other entries matted on
white. Artwork should be no smaller
than 8x10 inches but no larger than
18x24 inches, not including mat.
National scholarships this year are
$10,000 for first prize, $5,000 for sec-
ond, $2,500 for third and $1,500 for
fourth.
March 31 is the deadline for entries
to the Ladies Auxiliary.
For more information and/or an en-
try form, call 407-656-5586.


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Ocoee


Police-faculty game raises funds for toys
The Ocoee Middle School student body raised $2,660 for the Ocoee Police Department's Holiday Toys for
Tots in Need drive and the school. Students bought lickels to see their teachers play basketball against the
police officers, who defeated the faculty 43-35 despite a great effort by the faculty. The teachers are, I-r, in
front, Maurio Medley, Angelo Erfe and Dan Levesque and, middle row, Crislina Morales, Nicole Huebener
and Principal Kate Clark and, back, Conrad Garriso, Dennis Pattison, Lester Axson, Tony San Filippo and
referees Jaime Sidoruk and Assistant Principal Tim Aikins.


The Shop with a Cop team from the Ocoee Police Department.

Ocoee 1st Shop with a Cop is a big successI
In conjunctionwith the Wal-Mart Su- 'e '" l --r ,


perCenter in Ocoee, officers and Ex-
plorers from the Ocoee Police Depart-
ment held their first-ever Shop v\ ith a
Cop event.
Twenty-t\ o children in need were,
selected b\ the OPD's Holiday Toys for
Tots in Need program and received $100
Wal-Mart gift cards.
Officers then escorted tie youngsters
and helped them shop. After making
their selecuons. the children \\ere treat-
ed to refreshments provided bN \'Val-
lanr and had their photos taken % ith
Santa.
Many of the officers were touched
by the children's generosity, as many
of them bought items for their family
members.
This is an event the Ocoee PoliceDe-
partment plans to continue in the future.


Ocoee Police Detective Granger Prunier helps a child shop for Christmas..,


Ocoee plans parade to honor

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


The winning Ocoee Police Department team that competed with the Ocoee Middle School faculty in the game
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by Julian (center), Scott Nylander, Doug Burda and Deputy Chief Steve Goclon and (in back) Jeff lannuzzi
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nounced the first Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Unity Parade and Celebra-
tion. The parade, whose theme is
"Awakening the Dream," \\ill be held
Monday. Jan. 15, at 10 a.m.
Orange County public schools va ill
not be in session that day in obser-
vance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Staging foi the parade \ ill begin at
Citrus Elementary on Clarke Road
and end at the West Oaks Mall.
The parade will be taped for broad-
cast on OGTV Channel 21 and on Or-
ange TV.
The mistress of ceremonies w ill be
Gail Paschall-Brown of WESH 2

Autism Gym Holiday
Party planned
The first Autism G\ m Part. \\ ill be
held SaturdaN, Dec. 23. in the Jim'
Beech Recreation Center g ninasium
from 5-8 p m.
The children "ill ha\e the oppor-
tunity to enjoy tmo bounce houses, a
55-foot obstacle course, gifts, food
and music.
The center is located at 1820 A.D.
Mims Road in Ocoee.
To RSVP. call JoAnne Hou\wers at
407-234-7456.

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


News, and the guest speaker will be Dr.
Alzo Reddick. the director of Defense
Transition Ser ices at the Uni\ersity
of Central Florida and a former Flori-
da legislator for 18 ears.
Businesses. neighborhood groups.
school bands and clubs, as %ell civic,
fraternal and non-profit organiza-
ions. are inm ited to participate in this
first-ever community e'ent. The
deadline to submit an application is
Dec. 8.
A portion of theparade proceeds
\ ill be donated to the Washington.
D.C., Martin Luther King Jr. Nation-
al Memorial Project Foundation.
For parade registrauon and guide-
lines, contact Dorcas Dillard at 407-
694-2057 or visit \% \ w.ci.occee fl.us.

West Orange Civitan
Club hosting bingo
The West Orange Civitan Club
hosts bingo games the third Friday
of each month at the \Vest Orange
Girls Club on Ocoee-Apopka Road
from 6:30-9 p.m.
In addition to bingo jackpots.
there \ ill be door prizes and snacks
a\ ailable. and players are in% cited to
come for an hour or for the whole
evening.
Proceeds from the games will help
fund a variety ofCi\itan projects in
the West Orange community.

Ocoee Rotarians
meet at Ison Center
The Rotar\ Club of Ocoee has a
new home. The Rotarians no\v meet
each Wednesday at the Tom Ison Cen-
ter on 1701 Adair Street at 7:30 a.m.


Coats for Kids drive n
NEXT Community Church ,
is looking to partner with oth- ,i ;
er churches, businesses and in- o i;
dividuals in the communities ;
of Oakland, Winter Garden
and Ocoee in this .year's Coats
for Kids drive. This project \ as '
begun last year to provide
coats, jackets and sweatshirts to
those most in need, especially '
during the cold snaps this time .,
of year. -,
Last year more than -50 new '1
and used articles of outerwear '
for children and adults were -: Wi
collected and distributed to the i. 11
homeless and others in need in "
partnership \with Da\ id Buck-
les of Ezekiel NMnistries. ;
Those interested and \\ killing '
to take part in this year's Coats .
for Kids can contact Pastor je
Scott Bilue at 407-654-9661 !-
for further details or to arrange -
for delivery or pickup.
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Ocoee rec contacts ,
The following are contact number,
for Ocoee Parks and Recreation De-,,-
partment act\ ioes. 7
Tennis- Jack Vmson. 407-295-6958. ,
Karate: Paul Robinson. 407-929-183 ..
Pop Warner Football: Sherri Adkilc,,i
son. 407-656-6553 or \\'w ocoeebull-:
dogs.org.
Pop Warner cheerleading: Lisa,,
Schifftner at 407-654-7514 or o
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Tin. Tots Learning ages 3-5): Drix-
ie or Leasa at 407-905-3108.
West Orange Senior Citizens: Frances
Watts, 407-656-5622.
Line dancing: Glenda l marshall at 407-
905-9048.
Square dancing- Barbara McBride.
407-889-8558 or 407-256-7354.
Austism classes: Joanne, 407-234-
7456.
Teen Club dances: 407-905-3180.
Ocoee Youth Soccer League, 407- "
263-8751 orwww.ovsl.com.
Ocoee Little League Baseball: \'ick l
Britton. 407-298-0636
-w\\\'.eteainz.com'ocoeelittleleague.
Painting classes- Margaret GardeneE,
407-298-0604.
Softball. basketball and football: Mark
Johnson at 407-905-3180.
For more program information, call
the Ocoee Parks and Recreation De'
apartment at 407-905-3180. -

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at St. Pauls in Ocoee
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offers bereavement support groups to
anyone who has experienced the loss
ofa loved one. These groups offer u2-'
derstanding. useful information arnd
sharing with others who are grieving'
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Historical group
seeks information
on early Ocoee
families for book
The Ocoee Historical Commission
is planning to publish a book entitled
The History of Ocoee and its Early
Families and is seeking information
on families that came to the town be-
fore 1945 or have continued to live
here since 1945.
The commission is looking for
members or descendents of these fam-
ilies.
For more information, call Sherrall
Applegate at 407-656-7409 or Nan-
cy Maguire at 407-656-9609 or e-mail
at nlmaguire@earthlink.net.


Qallys renew wedding vows
Ocoee Mayor S. Scott Vandergrift officiated at the renewal of the wed-
dg vows of Ford R. and Maureen K. Dally on May 14. The ceremo-
n took place at the West Orange Post 4305, Veterans of Foreign Wars,
inter Garden. A reception followed attended by their three children,
Mark of Panama City, Jeffrey of Ocoee and Susan of Apopka; grand-
children and 58 relatives and friends. The couple (shown early in their
married) were wed in Monroe, Orange County, New York, on May 14,
1956, in the home of the bride's parents. They have made their home
in, .coee since moving to Florida in 1977. Ford Dally is retired from
the U.S. Army, and Maureen Dally is a homemaker.


Living Waters Church is reaching
out to those in need on Dec. 24


n Christmas Eve morning at
(:-30, Living Waters Church, 485 W.
Stlver Star-Road in Ocoee, will dis-
trjlte food and toys to 50 pre-regis-
teL ed families through its West Or-
ange Food Bank ministry.
Ilhe church's Associate Pastor of
histries Fred Soto said, "Our Se-
rInk Pastor Carlos Sarmiento is seri-
oiis about providing realistic and
!niraningful mini try to those in need."
EiEch ear the annual Christmas Eve
Candlelight Service is one of the
church's most cherished traditions,
as more than 400 past and present
meiabers of Living Waters Church
Sand surrounding communities gath-
- er.o worship and serve the less for-
tunate
S The service will include carols and
a live Nativity scene, as well as tra-
diiPonal readings, songs and prayers
inrcelebration of the season.
S The eTent \ ill include a"love out-


reach" to the homeless and those in
need through the food bank, a new
ministry of the church.
Staff will be on hand to collect and
distribute food and toiletries to the
homeless. Prayer counselors from the.
church will be available to pray for
and encourage the community.
"Pleading the cause of the poor, be-
ing their advocate and defender is
simply something a Christian person
does," said Pastor Sarmiento. "God
doesn't want to hear excuses. He
specifically commands us to help the
poor."
For more information, contact the
church at 407-877-5970 or visit the
Web site at lwcocoee.org.
: The West Orange Food Bank is lo-
cated at 452 Palm Drive in Ocoee and
is accepting donations of canned
goods, toys and gift cards to buy
turkeys at local Supermarkets. To con-
tact the food bank, call 407-905-9339.


W Woman's Club elects new officer
Teresa Lemons has been elected to
fill the recording secretary position
on the Woman's Club of Ocoee Ex- .
ecutive Board. ."
Teresa. ,who has been a member of
the club since 1997. has been stru-
mental in assisting % ith refurbishing '
projects of the clubhouse. as %ell as
serving on the executive\ board in the
past.
She serx ed as co-chair of the Corned
Beef and Cabbage Committee and has
Worked on the Annual Birthday Lun-
cheon.
'She %\as involved in the West Or-
ange High School Quarterback Club
Serving as secretary for three years
and the WOHS Diamond Club i ser-
ing-as president).
A recipient of the Woman's Club
Volunteer of the Year Award in 2003, TERESA LEMONS
Teresa and her husband. Ron, now
i eh\in Winter Garden. "Whether it be through a scholar-
Teresa said she believes the club is ship program or promoting education
an arganizationthat serves Ocoee, as in the middle schools, the Woman's
:ef\ as the larger West Orange com- Club of Ocoee does make a differ-
mulity, by embracing projects that ence," she said. "It is an honor to be
areliignificant. part of this wonderful organization."

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SLine dancing inOcoee
-x. Line dance classes are held each Wednesday and Friday morning
from 9-10:30. Evening classes are held every Thursday except on the
second Thursday. Classes on Thursday are as follows: beginners from
6-7:30 p.m. and intermediate to advanced.classes from 7:30-9 p.m.
-\Donations are accepted.
This is a fun way to exercise and work out at the same time. Please
i swear leather sole shoes or something comfortable.
These lessons are held in the Ocoee Community Center behind the
S -old fire station and the Withers-Maguire House. For more informa-
tion, call Glenda Marshall at 407-294-9048.


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Kilgallin graduates from
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Air Force Airman Kyle D. Kilgallin
has graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training,
the airman studied the Air Force mis-
sion, organization and military cus-
toms and courtesies. He also per-
formed drill and ceremony marches
and received physical training, rifle
marksmanship training, field training
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In addition, airmen who complete
basic training earn credits toward an
associate degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air Force.
The son of Bart and Karen Kilgallin
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Join the Ocoee
Historical Commission
Interested members of the commu-
nity are invited to attend the meetings
of the Ocoee Historical Commission
on the second Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. at the Ocoee Woman's Club
on Lakewood Avenue.

Woman's Club of Ocoee
rentable
The Woman's Club of Ocoee Club-
house is available for weddings, show-
ers, birthday parties and club meet-
ings. To inquire about availability and
rental rates, call 407-656-7115 or
check out the club's Web site at
www.womansclubofocoee.com.

WO Seniors hold
weekly bingo games
The West Orange Senior Citizens
have started their weekly bingo games
in the Ocoee Community Center over-
looking Starke Lake.
The games are held each Monday
from 1-3 p.m. The cost is 25 cents per
card, and cash prizes are awarded.
Coffee and sweets are provided.


A new graduate
Stephanie Caton proudly shows off her graduation certificate from the Working Film Actor Level I with Amy
Allen, director, and Lyle Moon, instructor.


West Orange Seniors to hold Christmas dinner this week


Vision screening at
West Oaks Library
Glaucoma is sometimes
called the sneak thief of sight
because it slowly takes away
vision, often without the pa-
tient even realizing it. Prevent
Blindness Florida and the Or-
antge County Library System
have partnered to offer free
glaucoma screenings at Or-
lando area libraries during
January, National Glaucoma
Awareness Month.
These screenings will be
Conducted by nationally cer-
tified Prevent Blindness Flori-
da staff and volunteers at the
SWest Oaks Library in Ocoee
on Monday, Jan. 22, from 4-
7 p.m. The library is located at
1821 E. Silver Star Road.
Those who do not pass the
screening are referred to their
eye-care professional for a
complete eye examination.
Those wishing to be
screened must register in ad-
vance because there are lim-
ited spaces available. To make
a reservation, call the Library
Community Relations Office
at 407-835-7481.


American Legion
assists in opening
Veterans Services
Office in Ocoee
American Legion Post 109 has ar-
ranged assistance for veterans who
need to file for benefits.
Through the post's efforts, Orange
County Government has established a
Veterans Services Office in Ocoee
and agency representative Tommie
Maldonado will be available Mon-
days and Thursdays to help answer
questions and file forms.
His services will be offered at the
Tom Ison Seniors and Veterans Cen-
ter, 1701 Adair St., Ocoee, from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
He will help veterans file new
claims; reopen denied claims; review
old claims, rating decisions and ap-
peals; apply for increases, widows
benefits, burial benefits, pensions, sur-
vivor benefits program claims and tp
prepare notice of disagreements and ap-
peals. Counselors are also available
for group benefits briefings. To sched-
uled a briefing, call 407-836-8990.
For more information, call 407-654-
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The West Orange Seniors are look-
ing forward to their annual Christmas
dinner this Thursday at Golden Pond in
Winter Garden.
Last week 35 members attended the
city of Ocoee's annual Christmas dinner
held last week in the Ocoee Middle
School cafeteria.
The Seniors enjoyed photos with San-
ta and the gifts given out. Frances Watts,
club president, received a framed pho-

Registration opens for
The American Cancer Society Re-
lay For Life of West Orange is just
around the corner. Register a team
now by calling the ACS at 407-843-
8680.
This celebration of life brings the
West Orange community together in
a unified effort to fight cancer. Former
and current cancer patients, their fam-
ilies, businesses, civic, organizations
and the public are invited to take part
in this team event from 6 p.m. on
April 13 until noon on April 14 at
Ocoee High School.
Relay For Life is the ACS's ver-
sion of an athletic relay but with a
new twist. This is a family-oriented
event, where participants enjoy the
camaraderie of a team and also raise
funds to support the activities of ACS.
Participants camp out at the relay
site, and when they are not taking
their turn walking, they take part in fun
activities and enjoy local entertain-


to of herself as grand marshal of, the
Ocoee Christmas Parade from Ocoee
City Clerk Beth Eikenberry, who served
as a parade judge.
Last Sunday, a group of club members
went to Golden Pond's open house in
celebration of the holidays.
On Thursday, the Senior Crafters met
for lunch at Capt. D's in Winter Garden
before working on projects in the Ocoee
Community Center during the afternoon.

Relay For Life teams
ment. Teams from companies,
churches, organizations, hospitals and
schools collect donations and can win
individual and team prizes for their
efforts.
"Relay For Life brings the progress
against cancer to the forefront," said
Sheila Jackson, event chair. "Many
participants are our family, friends
and neighbors who have dealt with
cancer themselves. Their involvement
is proof of the progress that has been
made not only reducing death rates
but also in the quality of life follow-
ing cancer treatment. The funds raised
enable us to continue our investment
in the fight against cancer through re-
search, education, advocacy and pa-
tient services."
The money raised goes directly to
the ACS's lifesaving programs.
For information about forming a
team or getting involved in R1eay For
Life, call 407-843-8680.


Tours each weekend at Ocoee museum


The Withers-Maguire House Museum,
located in the Ocoee Municipal Com-
plex on Bluford Avenue, is open each Sat-
urday and Sunday from 2-4 p.m. Tours


are $3 for adults and $1 for children.
Special group tours with special rates
can be arranged by calling Elizabeth
Maguire at 407-656-2051.


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Bettye Chatham, a longtime member ol Church of the Messiah, is ready to begin construction of a new so-
cial hall, kitchen, offices, nursery, library and parking. Ten years ago, she suggested the congregation ex-
pand its facility and she volunteered to drive the bulldozer. She finally got her chance! Church of the Mes-
siah is on the corner of Main and Tilden streets.


'Path of Life'
Bloom 'N' Grow Garden Society held its monthly workday recently at
'Path of Life' Chapin Station. Pictured are the work crew (1-r): (back
row) Andy Davis, Jackie Calberg, Bobbie Moore, Sonja Thomas, Bev-
erly Garrow and Gretchen Boyd; and (kneeling) Delia Schley and Vir-
ginia Robinson. Commemorative bricks are still available.


Local schools
sing at Health
Central Park
The second-grade class of Michelle
Friedman at Dillard Street Elemen-
tary School sang Christmas carols to
residents at Health Central Park on
Dec. 12. The students have been pen
pals and "'buddies" with some of the
residents since September. These stu-
dents visit monthly and join the resi-
dents for an activity or event, includ-
ing reading to the residents, parading
the halls at Halloween and \vitiing in
November.
The West Orange High School
Honor Society visited Health Central
Park on Dec. 13 to sing carols for the
residents. The 25 students strolled and
sang throughout ihe neighborhoods.
The Hoqor Society has already made
plans'to return and sing for Valen-
tine's Day and Easter,
To le:rn more about 1 Ilh' programs
or how to become involved a vol-
unteer, call Judy Skillo. director of
recreation therapy and volunteer ser-
vices, at 407-206-1600.
HCPis at411 N. Dillard St. inWin-
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School Board approves 2007-08 calendar
The Orange County School Board cedures.
recently approved a revised 2007-08 The district estimates that since it be-
school calendar due to a new state law gan using the AVL system, there has
that stipulates beginning with the 2007- been a 10-percent savings in operational
08 school year the opening date for costs. In addition, it has been able to
schools may not be earlier than 14 days provide parents with the exact location
before Labor Day. of buses when they call to inquire and
The calendar committee, which is to immediately provide law enforce-
made up of parents, teachers, princi- ment officers with the information need-
pals, clerical staff and representatives ed in emergency situations.
from the Classroom Teachers Associ-
ation, the PTSA and district staff, de-
veloped the calendar with input from
schools and the community.
A five-day Thanksgiving break is
unique to the calendar and is not nec- '
essarily a precedent for future calen-
dars.
The first day of school will be Aug.
20. Sept. 3 and Oct. 19 and 26 are stu-
dent holidays. The Thanksgiving break
is Nov. 19-23. Winter break is Dec. 24-
Jan. 4. Student holidays are Jan. 18 and
21.
The first day of second semester is
Jan. 22. Students have holidays Feb.
18 and March 28. Spring break is March
31-April 4. May 26 is a holiday, and
the last day of school is June 4. ,
The board also gave the approval for
the district to purchase the remaining
212 Automatic Vehicle Location Units
needed to equip its'1,000 school buses. Nifty, Nifty,
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Central Florida Women's League hosts scholarship workshop
The Central Florida Women's League hosted its 3rd annual Path to Scholarship Workshop Nov. 14th
Orange High School. Author and speaker, June McBride, presented the free seminar. More than
tendees from many local high schools participated. McBride has written a guide to obtaining school
which was available for purchase at the workshop. Pictured are (l-r) high school students Harrison
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class that meets on Monday, Wednesday and Friday or a five-day celebrate National Cr
program that meets each weekday. Month by joining published
School hours are 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. There is a $100 regis- and Central Florida Roman
tration and supply fee, and tuition is $180 per month for the three- ers member Louise Gouge.
day class and $240 for the five-day class. explain the process of w
Parents also have the opportunity to extend the class day until book.
2:15 p.m. for an additional fee. Reservations are require
For more information, call 407-909-0464. The school is located To RSVP, call 407-835-
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T-shirt sale to
help 'Save the Chapel'
A Windermere Among the Lakes
T-shirt is now on sale to benefit the
'Save the Chapel' fund-raising effort
to preserve the Windermere Union
Church chapel. Fund-raising chair-
man Mary Hayes suggests that the
shirts would make great gifts for
Christmas, birthdays and other occa-
sions. For more information or to pur-
chase a shirt, call Hayes at 407-876-
2529 or the town office at 407-876-
2563. Shirts sizes range from youth
to adult large and are available for $10
each.

Family Movie Night
Area families are invited to come
to the Windermere Library Thursday,
Dec. 21, at 6 p.m. for a special night
of holiday cheer and refreshments,
along with a showing of A Charlie
Brown Christmas.
Families are invited stay and enter
the 2nd annual Ugliest Holiday Tree
Contest. Particpants should bring a
decorated tree not taller than two feet.
The winning families will receive a
special holiday prize. For more infor-
mation, call the branch at 407-876-
7540.

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


writing a 1st Baptist holiday treats
fund-raiser to benefit for
ed. mission trip to Bosnia
-7481. Three local women, Nancy Boos,
Carol Bergman and Jean Miller, are
Shipping up holiday pecan
meringues. Proceeds from the candy
sale will go toward the Spirit Award
at First Baptist Windermere to sup-
port individuals who go on mission
trips and for a mission in Sarajevo,
Bosnia.
S The holiday treats will be on sale be-
fore and after church services prior
to the Christmas holidays.
For more information, call the
Church office at 407-876-2234.

Election qualifying
SIs now open
Qualifying for the Windermere
2007 Town Council election opened
Dec. 13 and will continue until 4p.m.
on Monday, Jan. 29.
Packets for three Windermere
Town C6uncil positions are available
at the town office.
Positions held by three council
members, Genevieve Potthast, Bob
Sprick and Stephen Withers, will ex-
pire at the March council meeting
and are slated for the ballot March
13.
All three incumbents are complet-
ing their first term on the council..
Anyone who is 18 years old, an
U.S. citizen and a permanent resident
of the town for 12 months as of Elec-
tion Day is eligible to be a council
member. In the open council elec-
tion, the three candidates with the
highest vote totals will be elected to
two-year unpaid terins.
A petition with signatures of reg-
istered voters is part'of the qualifying
process. Town Clerk Dorothy
Burkhalter reminds potential candi-
dates that it takes several weeks for
the Orange County Supervisor of
Elections Office to verify petition
signatures.
For more information, call
Burkhalter at the town office, 407-
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Windermere held its 25th annual Christmas Social Dec. 7 at Town Hall.
The Windermere Garden Club decorated this huge evergreen for the
party an annual club project. In addition to refreshments provided by
the town and local merchants, residents brought holiday treats to share.


Mayor Gary Bruhn (center) posed for a photo with cartoon characters
Scooby Doo and Shaggy during the party. Entertainment included
dance performances by students from Elizabeth Parsons School of
Dance and Christmas carols sung by the Olympia High School Chorus.


Mr. and Mrs. Claus arrived by sleigh this year, and Santa was available
to hear Christmas wishes from the children.


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Thursday, December 21, 2006 The West Orange Times 13A


Windermere Rotarian Don Strube was honored at the club's meeting
Dec. 5 for donations he made to honor several fellow members and
qualify them as Paul Harris Fellows. Strube (left) is accepting a 3-ruby-
encrusted pin and certificate from Rotarian Duane Lewis, director of
Rotary Foundation Services, in recognition of his support.


Windermere Rotarian

honored as major donor


Windermere resident and local
businessman Don Strube, who is also
a member and past President of the
Windermere Rotary Club, was hon-
ored at the club's Dec. 5 meeting with
one of the highest honors Rotary In-
ternational can bestow on an indi-
vidual member.
Several years ago, Strube was rec-
ognized as a major donor to the Ro-
tary Foundation. This award is pre-
sented to Rotary members who con-
tribute a minimum of $10,000 to the
Rotary Foundation.
Last week, he was .honored for
making donations in the name of sev-
eral individuals and to honor and qual-
ify several family members as Paul
Harris Fellow\s.
The Rotary Foundation was formed
in 1917 bN Rotary International's
si\th President Arch C. Klumph as
an endow ment fund for Rotary to do
good in the world. It has grow n from
the initial contribution of $26.50 to
more than $117.9 million contribut-


ed in 2004-05. The Foundation funds
international and district humanitar-
ian projects to improve the quality of
life, provide health care, clean water,
food and education. One of its major
programs is Polio 'Plus, which seeks
to eradicate the pplio virus world-
wide.
Through its educational program,
the Foundation provides funding for
some 1,200 students to study abroad
each year.
The foundation is a not-for-profit
corporation that is supported by vol-
untary contributions from Rotarians
and friends who share its vision of a
better world. The funding for Rotary
programs is provided with the earned
interest generated by the fund as ad-
ditional donations continue to grow.
the principal.
The Windermere Rotary Club
meets each Tuesday morning for
breakfastat Town Hall. For more in-
formation on membership, call Co-
ert Voorhees at 407-876-6897.


Six-week wedding
planning class
to begin Jan. 3
The community is invited to
register for the Preparing for
your Wedding class at First
Baptist Church of Winder-
mere. The six-week program
will be offered Jan. 3-Feb. 7
at the church, 300 N. Main St.,
room FLC 100, in Winder-
mere.
If you are planning a wed-
ding or preparing for a special
event this course will help you
in the process. Participants will
learn easy planning steps. The
cost for the course is $30, and
Patti Andreone, a wedding co-
ordinator, is the instructor. For
more information and a reser-
vation, call 407-876-2234.


Book club discussion
Windermere Union Church, Unit-
ed Church of Christ will continue its
monthly book club on Monday, Jan.
15, at 7 p.m. at Borders Books locat-
ed at 9441 W. Colonial Drive in Ocoee
with a discussion of the book, Rise
and Shine, by Anna Quindlen. The
novel is about a morning talk show
host who has everything going for her
until she utters two words that change
her life and the lives of those around
her.
All are welcome. The group meets
regularly on the third Monday of the
month at Borders. For more informa-
tion, call 407-876-2112. The church is
located at 10710 Parkridge Gotha
Road, Windermere.


Coffee tasting
program at
Windermere Library
The community is invited
to a coffee tasting at the Win-
dermere Library on Saturday,
Jan. 20, at 10:30 a.m. to cel-
ebrate Coffee Gourmet In-
ternational Month. Partici-
pants will learn more about
international coffees and en-
joy samples courtesy of
David Kahan of Z-Coffee.
Ground and whole-bean cof-
fee will be available for pur-
chase.


Students in the Adrenaline youth group presented early Christmas gifts,
including a Dodge minivan to Orlando resident Laura Giddeon and her
family. The students raised $5,200 to make this a special Christmas for
the family.


.A surprised and amazed Laura Giddeon and her children survey the
Christmas gifts presented to them by the teenage students in Adrenaline
youth group. The group is sponsored by The Crossings, A Communi-
ty Church.


Local students

donate car, gifts

to needy family
Dozens of local students gathered
Dec. 11 to demonstrate the real spir-
it of the holiday season for a family in
need.
The early Christmas was organized
by Adrenaline, a student ministry of
The Crossings, A Community Church.
Adrenaline is a Christian youth group
dedicated to equipping teenagers with
life tools to make a positive differ-
ence in their communities and lives.
After discovering that Orlando res-
ident Laura Giddeon and her three
children didn't own a car, and that
presents would be hard to come by
this December, the students decided to
start a fundraising campaign.
'Two students had the dream of go-
ing caroling to raise money," said
Marcio Pacheco, Adrenaline high
school leader. "Those two teenagers in-
spired dozens of their friends to join
them, and from that, these teens raised
more than $5,200 to go toward the
purchase of a car and presents for the
Giddeon family."
"Last year we were blessed by
blessing several families," said Joy
Tewson, Adrenaline leader. "This
year, we wanted to really "dream big
and give one family a very special
Christmas."
Last week's gift of a Dodge mini-
van came as a total shock to Giddeon
and her family. Overcome with emo-
tion, she showed gratitude for all the
students had done.
"This van is really going to change
things for me and my family," Gid-
deon said.
This experience has been so'over-
whelming and such a blessing. I am so
impressed with how hard these stu-
dents worked for this."
Adrenaline Student Ministries will
continue to collect financial donations
for Giddeon's family. To contribute,
send donations to Adrenaline Student
Ministries, Attn. Joy Tewson, P.O.
Box 1095, Oakland, FL 34760 and
write donation for Laura Giddeon on
all checks.
The Crossings is located at the cor-
ner of McKinnon Road and Lake But-
ler Boulevard. The community is in-
vited to attend Christmas Eve services
at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. For infor-
mation, call 407-436-6806.


Girls barbershop group entertains at luncheon
The Shortcakes girls barbershop quartet sang for the single moms lun-
cheon Dec. 2 at First Baptist Church Windermere. The girls entertained
with Christmas favorites and the inspirational hymn, 'Swing Down Char-
.iot.' The Shortcakes won 3rd in the state for the Sweet Adeline's Young
Women in Harmony competition in January. All of the girls study at the
Preferred Arts voice and piano studio, reside in Ocoee, Windermere and
Winter Garden and are available to sing at holiday events. For more in-
formation, call Dawn Pici at 407-947-2591. Pictured are (!-r) Joe Marchet-
ti, Meredith Rhein,.Nikki Allen and Joy Pici.


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14A The West Orange Times Thursday, December 21, 2006


Dr. Phillips


Christmas and advent services at Church of the Lakes


Presbyterian Church of the Lakes
has scheduled a series of special ser-
vices for the advent season and Christ-
mas.
The community is invited to attend
all of these services and events.
A Christmas Worship Concert will
be presented on Friday, Dec. 22, at 7
p.m.
The theme for Christmas Eve morn-
ing at 10:30 a.m. is God with Us.


Christmas Eve worship services are
scheduled at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. The
early evening service theme is What
Christ Wants for Christmas, and the
late service theme is A Child Born for
Us.
For more information, call the
church office at 407-291-2886. The
church is located at 4700 Lincoln Ave.
in Orlando, just off Conroy-Winder-
mere Road.


Holy Family plans to form depression support group


Holy Family Catholic Church is of-
fering a depression support group. If
you are in the midst of depression,
live with someone who is depressed or
has experienced depression and wish
to help others, consider joining this
group.


A definite date and time for the
meetings has not been set and will de-
pend on the responses received.
The group will meet at the church,
5125 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando. For more information and to
join, call 407-876-5320.


Upcoming programs in Shrine concert series


Central Florida Women's League hosts wine-tasting fundraiser
The Central Florida Women's League held its annual wine-tasting event at the Dr. Phillips-area Fresh Mar-
ket on Nov. 8. The party was filled with wine samples, food tasting and fun for members and guests. Pro-
ceeds from the fund-raiser will benefit the CFWL Scholarship Program. Pictured are (1-r) Jeanne Fortier, Kay
Gibbs, Susan McKaskill and Mickey Cook.


The Music Department at Mary,
Queen of the Universe Shrine re-
cently announced details of its up-
coming 2006-07 Shrine Concert Se-
ries. All programs are held in the
Shrine Church, 8300 Vineland Road,
Orlando, beginning at 7 p.m. There is
ample free parking.
The Borowsky Family, also known
as The American Virtuosi, will per-
form at the Shrine on Tuesday, Jan.
16. This musical family from Mary-
land has been praised all over the
world for its extraordinary individu-
al and collaborative musicianship.
The group includes Frances-Grace,
10, playing the cello; Emmanuel, 16,
violin; Elizabeth, 19, piano; and Ce-
cylia Barczyk, cello; and Charles,
harmonica. Music experts and audi-
ences have enthusiastically applaud-
ed them not only for their musical
achievements, but also for exempli-
fying the effectiveness of a family
working together in harmony.


The Shrine Choir will appear in
concert on Thursday, March 15. The
Shrine Choir, the Shrine's profes-
sional choir in residence, was found-
ed to minister to the many tourists
and visitors to Central Florida and to
provide music at sacred services. The
singers in the choir are all profes-
sional musicians and are under the
direction of Dr., William Picher, di-
rector of Music and artistic director
of the Shrine Concert Series. The
choir will perform a program of Lent
and Easter choral favorites by com-
posers Palestrina, Mozart, Bruckner,
Picher and others..
The Shrine is near the Lake Buena
Vista Interstate 4 exit 68. Tickets are
available at the Shrine gift shop or at
the door on concert nights. For in-
formation on ticket pricing or other
questions, call the Shrine Music De-
partment at 407-239-6600, Ext. 38
or e-mail to shrinemusic@ net-
pass.com.


Enterprise Rent A Car
teams with DPHS
to help Relay For Life
Dr. Phillips High will be
teaming up with Enterprise
Rent a Car for a fund-raiser to
support the Southwest Orlan-
do Relay For Life. Starting
Feb. 1 and running through
March 31, Enterprise will of-
fer a $300 donation to Relay
For Life (Grandparents R Us
and Business Academy teams)
for every car it sells.
If you purchase a car at En-
terprise, just specify that you
heard about the special offer
and want to designate the do-
nation to DPHS.
For more information, call
the school at 407-355-3201.



Southwest Book Club to
discuss book by author
Steve Bogira
The Southwest Book Club will meet
Jan. 2, from 7-8:30 p.m. to discuss
Courtroom 302 by Steve Bogira.
For more information on the book
group, call the main library at 407-
835-7323, Ext. 6027. Librarian Sandy
Mayer is the event organizer.

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


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Also attending the party are Gail Higley (left) and- CFWL members Sherry Thaden (left)and Jan Wood
Marie Smith-Dupuis. were guests at the wine tasting.


Chronic illness,
support group meets
on the 4th Monday
Area residents are invited to a free
support group for people \i Ith chron-
ic illnesses, including liver diseases
and hepatitis C. at St. Luke's United
Methodist Church. The group meets the
fourth Monday of each month from
7-9 p.m. For more information, call
the church office at 407-876-4991 or
Katie at407-351-5582. The church is
located at 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando.

Learn gardening tips at
Southwest Library
Area residents are invited to meet-
ing gardening guru Tom MacCubbin
at the Southwest Library Thursday,
Jan. 25, at 6:30 p.m. A columnist for
the Orlando Seminei. NlacCubbin \\ dl
discuss tips on edible landscaping and
vegetable gardening.

Don't Forget! A class
on Learning How to
Remember Jan. 31
The community is invited to par-
ticipate in a workshop Wednesday,
Jan. 31, at 3 p.m. at Southwest Library
to learn how to improve your memo-
ry. This special program for seniors-
will be led by Laura D'.Arco of Or-
lando Regional Healthcare's Memo-
ry Disorder Clinic.


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

Learn public-speaking
skills at Toastmasters
weekly meetings
Do you have a fear of speaking in
front of an audience? Adults can easi-
ly learn public speaking and leadership
skills by attending Vista Toastmasters
Club 7250. The group meets weekly in
the community room at the Southwest
Library. 7255 Delia Drive, off Dr.
Phillips Boule\ard. Meetings take place
each Thursday from 6:45-8 p.m..
Ne%\ members are welcome, and
there is no charge. For more informa-
tion, go to wwwvistatoastmasters.com.
The purpose of the club is to help
members become better speakers and
leaders while enjoying the process.
Toastmasters International is the
world's largest educational organiza-
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leadership development.


Southwest Library hosts
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Storybook Fun for Your Little One
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These free programs are recom-
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minutes.
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plays, songs, poetry, Mother Goose
rhymes and flannel boardstories en-
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Cop shares tips on avoiding a bully
Oakland Police Department's Lt. Emphasis is also heavily placed on
Barry Kelly presented a program on respect: respecting themselves before
"Bullies: A Serious Problem for Kids" they can respect others and their prop-
to third- through fifth-graders at Oak- erty as well.
land Avenue Charter School. The students were attentive
The program, produced by the Na- throughout each session of the pro-
tional Crime Prevention Council, ex- gram and asked several questions at
plains bullying behavior and how to the end. The program showed imme-
identify bullies. Once the bullies are diate results, as, after one of the ses-
identified, the program offers tips on sions, a possible culprit was identi-
what children can do and how to pro- fied who had been involved with
tect themselves and others from being some damage at the school the day
bullied, before.


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Children perform in church musical
The children's choir at Oakland Presbyterian Church recently presented
the musical 'Shobi Shares a Musical' to more than 200 parents and
guests in the church's Christian Life Center. Bonnie Litteral directed
the musical with help from many volunteers. Above, Andrew Blakeslee,
Caroline Tweedy and Andrew Kennedy (from left) were among the per-
formers. Before the show it was noted that this was Litteral's 20th year
of directing children's musicals at Oakland Presbyterian Church.


Christmas Eve service at NEXT church
The newly started NEXT Community Church is planning its first
Christmas Eve candlelight service for 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 24, at the
town of Oakland meeting hall. The community is invited for an evening
of candlelit worship, traditional Christmas hymns, hot cocoa and cider,
cookies and more.
For more information, contact Pastor Scott Billue at 407-654-9661
or pastorscott@nextcommunitychurch.com or go to www.nextcom-
munitychurch.com.


Sharing his wish list
SJarrett Brodrecht is excited to sit on Santa's lap and tell him about all
Sthe toys on his Christmas list. Oakland held its annual Santa Day re-
cently for the town's residents, and Santa was busy all moving with chil-
dren of all ages. Town Commissioner Mike Satterfield said it was the
best-attended Santa Day he could remember.


Billue starts NEXT
Community Church
Pastor Scott Billue, formerly of
Ocoee Christian Church, has formed
NEXT Community Church. NEXT is
a new non-denominational church plant
n how holding services Sundays at 10
a.m. and 6 p.m. at the Oakland Town
Meeting Hall:
For more information, go to
Sw-\,.nextcommunit\ church.com or
contact Pastor Scott at 407-654-9661
or pastorscor@'nextcornmunity-
church corn

SCollecting socks
NEXT Communit) Church is col-
lecting socks. and under\ ear from in-
diiiduals and other church congrega-
Stions for this 'year's Sock Sundam. Last
year, 600 pairs of socks were donated
S and distributed to the homeless and less
fortunate people in the area, according
to Pastor Scott Billue of NEXT and
David Buckles of Ezekiel Ministries.
S For more information or to arrange for
Sdeli\er\ or pickup. contact Billue at
407-654-9661.

Neighborhood events
The to\% n of Oakland has planned a
series of neighborhood events and ac-
tivities for each month.
January-A volunteer appreciation
party at the end of the month.
February\ Oakland A enueChar-
ter School \ 1ill host a Groundhog Day
Program: The school's FCAT parade
is Feb. 23.
March St. Patrick's Day parade
and breakfast.
April Charter school students will-
perform the annual play Goin' Buggy,
and a second performance night is ten-
tati\el\ planned for to\ nspeople
NMay and .une Children are n\vit-
ed to the meeting hall to make cards
and crafts for their parents on the Sat-
urdays before Nlother's Day and Fa-
ther's Day.


ONP seeking
Scout volunteers
The Oakland Nature Preserve is on
the lookout for Girl Scouts and Boy
Scouts who would like to volunteer
at ONP. The preser\ e welcomes boys
working toward their Eagle Scout
badge and girls working on their
.Bronze, Silver and Gold awards.
Many opportunities exist for com-
pleting a project that would benefit
the community and ONP visitors.
Those interested can contact ONP at
407-905-0054.

Oakland police giving
courtesy notices .
- The Oakland Police Department has
developed a "courtesy notice" for
honmeow ners. Officers on patrol dur-
ing the earl\-mornmng hours often see'
residences that are left unprotected,
said Police Chief Tim Dnscoll. Some-
times, he said, officers find a garage
door is left open. \ hicle lights are on
or equipment or toys are left in the
yard.
Officers will leave a courtesy no-
tice at the home-explaining the prob-
lem to help the resident avoid be-
coming an easy target for a crime.


Lt. Barry Kelly answers a student's question at Oakland Avenue Char-
ter School during a presentation on bullying.


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

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

Help preserve nature
SThe Oakland Nature Preserve wel-
comes new members to join on one
of five different levels: student or
youth ($5); individual ('25 1: family
($35); sponsor, corporation or orga-
nization ($50); or patron ($100 or
more).
Send checks.payable to ONP to
Oakland Nature Preserve, P.O. Box
841, Oakland 34760.
For details, call ONP at 407-905-
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The West Orange Times welcomes
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or an event to promote can e-mail the
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Town of Oakland
meeting schedule
Town of Oakland meetings
are regularly held in the meeting
hall on North Tubb Street. For
more information, call Town
Hall at -107-656-1117.
Town Commission, second
and fourth Tuesdays, 7 p.m.
Planning & Zoning Board,
third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
School Advisory Council ,
for Oakland Avenue Charter
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British Heritage
Club meets monthly
The British Heritage Club meets on
the first Tuesday of the month at the
Oakland Presbyterian Church in Oak-
land at 7:30 p.m. Anyone of British
heritage is welcome to join.
Call Doris Merchant at 407-877-
8280 for more information.


Fill out a safety
questionnaire
The Oakland Police Department of-
fers a security questionnaire to help
residents identify safety needs in their
home.
If necessary, an officer can assist
residents in inspecting the home and
offer tips for improving safety. For
details, call the OPD at 407-656-9797.


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DDick and Betsy Wiedenbeck of
Windermere announce the engage-
nnt of their daughter, Kristin Leigh,
tTerrance Lee Fletcher, son of Jan-
id and Pat McGeough of Mount Dora
afd Terry and Michelle Fletcher of
L.keland. She is the granddaughter
of the late Ted and Marian Wieden-
bck of Winter Garden.
istin is a 1998 graduate of West
ge High School. She graduated
m Florida State University in 2003
f th a bachelor's degree in finance.


She is currently employed as a senior
financial analyst for the Tishman Ho-
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Terry graduated from Manatee
High School in Bradenton in 1998.
He received a bachelor's degree in
real estate and finance from FSU in
2003. He is currently a Realtor with
Re/Max Gulfstream Realty in Bran-
denton.
The wedding is planned for March
24, 2007. at the Walt Disney World
Grand Floridian Resort.


Celebrating 50 years
Freda and Charlie Brown of Oakland celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary on Dec. 16. They went on a cruise to Alaska in Septem-
beri Their children and grandchildren honored them with a party for
family and friends in October. The Browns have 3 children: Teresa and
Craig Maloy,of Windermere, Pam and David Massengale of Winter
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NOTICE
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Plant Street, Winter Garden, Florida for the upcoming.election on March 13,
2007 for Commissioners of Disctricts 2, 3 and 4. Qualifying packages will
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be submitted to the City Clerk no later than Noon, January 23, 2007. For
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West Orange Chamber President Stina D'Uva (left) and Krista Comp-
ton, vice president, show a few of the books collected at the Business
After Hours last week.


Will and Susan Harris of the Courtlea Oaks neighborhood in Winter
Garden brought a box of 116 books for Reading Reindeer.


Ocoee High School students pose with some of the 2,800 books collected by the student body, faculty and staff last Tuesday.



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Police Officer Lynn Pettingill
stopped at 'The West Orange
Times' office last week to pick up
a box of books for needy families
in Oakland.


Robin Coaghlin came by the
'Times' office to pick up books for
residents at the Center for Drug-
free Living.


annual Jingle Bell Jog to benefit
Reading Reindeer, complete with
Reindeer-logoed T-shirts for neigh-
borhood kids. The subdivision issued
a book challenge to other groups af-
ter collecting 150 books.
The Courtlea Oaks neighborhood in
Winter Garden responded with 116
books.
For a second year, a national ac-
count manager with Houghton Mifflin
donated numerous cartons of new
books.
The West Orange Junior Service
League, the Winter Garden Rotary
Club, a preschool class at St. Luke's
United Methodist Church, the Can-
dlelight Circle at First United
Methodist Church ofs Winter Gar-
den, the Pupil Assignment Office of
Orange County Public Schools, the
British Heritage Society, Winter Gar-
den AARP chapter, VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary, many individuals,
anonymous donors and the list
keeps growing.
And this yeai. we had more drop-
off locations for books and added chil-
dren's groups to the distribution list.
Books went out to Play and Learn
Day School in Winter Garden, Edge-
wood Children's Ranch, residents at


the Center for Drug-Free Living, stu-
dents in the Migrant Early Education
Program of OCPS, young patients at
the Winter Garden Children's Health
Center, babies at Health Central, tu- .. :
touring students at the West Orange
Christian Service Center, the Maxey
Center, prekindergarten and Head-
start students at Maxey Elementary': .
School, Toys For Tots programs Zoe Taylor, administrative assistant at the Winter Garden Children's
served by the Ocoee, Windermere Health Center, poses in Santa's workshop with books donated by the
and Winter Garden police depart- Candlelight Circle of 1st United Methodist Church of Winter Garden.
ments and families adopted by the
Oakland Police Department.
Four libraries, West Oaks, Win-
dermere, Winter Garden and South-
west, the West Orange Chamber and
West Oaks Malljoined the Times of-
donation box.
This year's generous response from ... as
our readers has been especially heart-
warming. It's refreshing to have such
a group of committed followers.
While it's difficult to predict how
these gifts of reading will affect each
child, the West Orange community
has taken a positive step in improving
literacy levels by touching the
youngest residents.
Thanks for making this a Christ- .
mas tradition...


Thanks to Reading Reindeer's donors for 2006


Ocoee police officers Gregory Hayes (left) and Tom Maroney loaded
up more than 400 books for Holiday Toys For Tots in Need in Ocoee.


Students, faculty and staff at
Ocoee High School,
residents of The Estates of
Windermere,
residents ofCourtlea Oaks in
Winter Garden,
Winter Garden Rotary Club
'* 'West Orange Chamber mem-
bers,
West Orange Junior Service
League,
Winter Garden chapter of
AARP,
Ladies Auxiliary of the West
Orange VFW Post 4305,
British Heritage Association,
the staff at Orange County
Public Schools Pupil Assignment
Office,
Candlelight Circle at First
United Methodist Church of Win-
ter Garden,
Andy Snyder, a national ac-
count manager for Houghton Mif-
flin,


Connie Wood's preschool
class at St. Luke's United
Methodist Church,
Nancy Williams of Orlando,
Kate Hensler of Windermere,
Bill and Carol Cox of Winter
Garden,
Bob Wallick of Ocoee,
James and Val Talley of Win-
ter Garden,
Charles and Marca Benton,
Susan Taylor of Winter Gar-
den,
Jan Richards of Winter Gar-
den,
Marge Palaigos of Ocoee,
Renee Schneider of Orlando,
and many more anonymous
donors.
We apologize if we have
missed any donors who submit-
ted names with their books. To
add your name to a final donor
list, call Kathy Aber at 407-656-
2121.


Windermere police officers Dale Wesenberg (left) and Mark Womack
picked up 467 books for the Toys For Tots program they serve.


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Ocoee High School students Frank Norella and Isiah Haynes (right)
help Winter Garden Police Officer James McLeod load up books last
week at the school. The books were distributed at Saturday's Toys for
Needy Children event.


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est Orange Times Thursday, December 21, 2006


Local resident and West Orange High graduate Jean Legere (center) has been first-year head coach of the University of Florida water polo team led the
named the Southeastern Conference's Water Polo Coach of the Year. The Gators to a 10-2 record this fall and a 2nd-place finish in the SEC rankings.

Jean Legere named SEC Water Polo Coach of the Year


West Orange
Countian earns top honors
as first-year coach at the
University of Florida.

By Mary Anne Swickerath

Jean Legere made sacrifices in or-
der to take on the demanding job of
coaching the men's water polo team at
the University of Florida this past sea-
son. While working full-time as the
director of field operations for Pryor
S and Pryor Inc., the company that op-
erates six Subway sandwich shops in
West Orange County, he accepted the
UF coaching position, knowing he
would be spending a lot of time trav-
eling up and down Interstate 75 this fall
for four-day-a-\ eek practices.
But his dedication to the Gator wa-
ter polo program resulted in a 10-2


Southeastern Conference record and a
second-place SEC finish for the A
Team and a fifth-place finish for the
B Team, which posted a 6-6 record
this year, a big improvement over this
team's last-place showing in 2005.
Legere received word last week
from his excited players that he had
been chosen as the SEC's Water Polo
Coach of the Year, an impressive hon-
or for a 27-year-old first-year coach.
In addition, four of his players made
the SEC All-Conference First Team:
Jarrod Bonsman (goalie), Mike De-
risi (utility/hole set), Ryan Kamp (hole
set/utility) and Patrick Topps (hole
defense).
He told The West Orange Times that
he feels great about this honor: "It's
nice to know that people see good
things happening in this program, and
I guess I did more for the programs
than even I realized."
He said he wants to keep coaching


at UF "as long as work permits and
as long as we can keep the stores run-
ning like they're running. As long as
I can do the juggling act, I will."
Legere grew up in Ocoee and grad-
uated from Ocoee Middle School and
West Orange High, where he lettered
four years in both swimming and wa-
ter polo before heading to UF to
play four years of men's water polo.
He has also coached water polo at
West Orange High, with fellow coach
Brian Martin, since 2003.
When asked what he learned from
his challenging experience as a uni-
versity commuter coach, Legere said,
"I learned'serious time allocation and
how much work I can really do."
He added that he couldn't have done
it without his parents and his hard-
working Subway managers, "who
made it possible that I could branch
out and do this."
And he is happy that his hard work


resulted in an improved men's water-
polo program at UF, a program he
strove to bring discipline and struc-
ture to.
The important thing, he said, is to
give back. He has been fortunate in
his life, so he tries to live by a quote
given to him by his late grandfather
(who started the first Subway in Flori-
da).
The quote is from Emerson: "To
laugh often and much; to win the re-
spect of intelligent people and the af-
fection of children; to earn the appre-
ciation of honest critics and endure
the betrayal of false friends; to ap-
preciate beauty; to find the best in oth-
ers; to leave the world a bit better,
whether by a healthy child, a garden
patch or a redeemed social condition;
to know even one life has breathed
easier because you have lived. This is
to have succeeded."


New Year's Day
at Roper YMCA
The Roper YMCA Family
Center, 100 Windermere Road,
Winter Garden, is hosting a fes-
tival on Monday, Jan. 1, from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Games, face-
painting, music and a costume
contest are only part of the fun
offered.
The free event is open to the
community.


Florida State University senior Lauren Sauer, a Windermere
resident, was recently selected by 'Sports Illustrated' as its
Cheerleader of the Week.
'Sports Illustrated' names Sauer
as Cheerleader of the Week


Windermere resident Lauren
Sauer was recently named Sports
Illustrated's Cheerleader of the
Week.
She is a. 2003 graduate of
Olympia High School and has


cheered for Olympia and West Or-
ange high schools and Top Dog.
She is a senior at Florida State
University and will graduate in
May with a degree in fashion mer-
chandising.


Lady Warrior to play college lacrosse
West Orange High senior Allison Bratton signed a National Letter of In-
tent last month to play Division-I lacrosse for the University of New
Hampshire. The current captain and 4-year member of the Lady War-
rior varsity lacrosse team, she has also played in national tournaments
for the Florida National Team and Team FLC. Gathered for the sign-
ing ceremony at WOHS are (1-r): seated, mother Laurie Bratton, Allison
Bratton, Coach Mary Hopkins; standing, Athletic Director John Boston
and Principal Dr. Dan Buckmah.


Ocoee honors fall athletes
Ocoee High School held its fall athletic banquet Dec. 11 to honor its student athletes. Gathered with their
awards for highest team GPA are recipients (I-r): Aaron Fan (boys swimming), Samantha Aguirre (girls
swimming), James Taylor (boys J.V. bowling), Jeff Wood (boys cross-country), Conner Tidmus (freshman
football), Lauren Smoley (slowpitch softball), Adam Flanigan (varsity football), Laura Cook (varsity girls vol-
leyball) and Michelle Labbie (J.V. girls volleyball). Not pictured: Nick Powell (boys varsity bowling), Anne
Wilsen (girls varsity bowling), Taylor Belinger (boys golf), Keonna Baker (girls cross-country), Sarah Maz-
za (girls golf) and Mike Showalter (J.V. football).

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The Ocoee J.V. girls soccer team celebrates a recent victory. Gathered around Coach Gloria Boisvert (cen-
ter) are Lady Knights (1-r): front, Shinequa Murray, Marisol Barajas; middle row, Tatianna Amaya, Liz Adams,
Szofia Langi, Lydia Andrade; back row, Purnacious Lopez, Amy Armas, Maria Morales, Brianna Ramirez,
Evelyn Gonzalez, Marie Jensen, Brittany Fuller and Samm Alencewicz. Not pictured: Nancy Guzman.

Ocoee J.V. girls soccer enters winter break at 8-3
The Ocoee High junior varsity girls this season on assists by Purnacious "These girls have shown tremen-
soccer team kicked off its season with Lopez, Maria Morales, Shinequa dous drive and determination," said
some outstanding play and entered Murray and Samm Alencewicz. Coach Gloria Boisvert. "I feel hon-
the winter break last week with an 8- The defensive line, consisting of ored that I have the opportunity to
3 record. Evelyn Gonzalez, Amy Armas, Brit- work side by side with each of them
Strikers and midfielders Tatianna tany Fuller and Brianna Ramirez and throughout the season."
Amaya, Lydia Andrade, Marie Alencewicz, has played great. Goalies The J.V. Lady Knights have only
Jensen, Nancy Guzman and Marisol Liz Adams and Szofia Langi have al- two games remaining after the holiday
Barajas have scored a total of 28 goals lowed only 8 goals in 11 games. break Winter Park and Olympia.


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Little League major champs
The Nationals captured the major division championship for the Windermere Little League fall season. Cel-
ebrating their first-place finish are (1-r): Ryan Welsh, Luke Hammons, Brandon Dobbins, Luke Brown, Evan
Ritchey, Cole Scraper, Trevor Johnson, Austin Brown, Ben Rhodes, Manager Brian Hammons, Antonio Nunes,
Coach Jay Welsh, John Pacheco and Coach John Pacheco.


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OARS takes gold medal
The Orlando Area Rowing Society (OARS) novice women team captured the goal medal at the Tennessee
Regatta held last month. The OARS boat beat out 49 challengers on the 3.2-mile course down the Tennessee
River. Celebrating with their medals are (1-r): Leigha Micelli, Tania Gonzalez, Roxy Stofcik, Ariana Ardaman
and Sarah Parinella.


Great year for Orlando Diving
Team Orlando Diving has completed a successful season after competing in meets this month in Montre-
Sal and at the YMCA Aquatic Center. Gathered for a team photo are (1-r): front row, Ryan Haynes, Tori
Austin, Elyse Breil, Marissa Kotzin. Shannon Potter, Dallon Perry; 2nd row, Coach Wendy Lerew, Chelsea
'Uranaka, Jodi Gilles, Katherine Falvey, Courtney Stuckey, Samantha Couch, Zoey Krulick, Alex Davis.
Kristin Dixon, Lesley Bell, Coach Jay Lerew: 3rd row, Shelby Lerew, Gabrielle Anderson, Cheyanne Mac-
Neill, Delaney Perry, Erin Potter, Kurt Calabretta, Wallance Layland, Bradley Darin, Joey Dowd, Allison
Kelly. Sydney Couch, Paige Hall, Elizabeth Jacoby; 4th row. Brooke George, Kelly Darin, Cherie Ham-
Smond, Hunter Torrence, Shelby Smilh, Pam Polincyk; back row, Sarah Frangoul, Allison Barr, Cinzia Cal-
abretta, Katherine Adham, Baylee Ellson, Mike Neubacher, Thea Vock, Tom Neubacher.


The Panther varsity wrestling team
entered the winter break with a 10-3
record after defeating Lyman 52-20 last
week for their sixth consecutive victo-
ry.
P.J. Fronsdabl. John Hellinger.
Michael Sullivan. Carlos Morales. Jorge
Benzaquen. Michael Ducre and Kevin
Ouellet all won by pins. Joe Locksmith.
Kevin Teixeira and Josh Aronot also
won their matches.
The Dr. Phillips junior varsiyl
wrestling team also pounded Lyman
54-15 last \week. Rafael Lerma. Rolan-
do Carrero. Jonathon Moran and Chris
Penafiel picked up \ victories.
The DP varsity boys basketball team
shut dos n Eans last w-eek for a 75-59
\\in. The Panthers' lead swelled to 30
points in the third quarter. Chris War-
rentled Dr. Philliis with 22 points and
6 assists Ray Willis 114 points. 8 re-
bounds. 5 assists T\ ron Louis 13
points. 4 rebounds. Justyn Watkins i9
points. 7 steals. 5 rebounds. 4 assists and
1 block i and Larr Webb I 10 points. 2
rebounds. 2 assists i all put up big nunm-


The DPjunior varsity girls basket-
ball team fell to Jones 43-32 last week.
Tianda Smith led the Lady Panthers with
12 points and 9 rebounds. Rijon Trash
added 11 points and 5 rebounds.
The freshman girls basketball team
picked up a 28-19 victor. over Jones
last week. Jasmine Segar had 12 points
and 7 rebounds, while Prenacious Jack-
son had I I points
After training 1-0 at halftime, the Dr.
Phillips varsity boys soccer team rallied
to beat Apopka 2-1 last %week. Renato
Lopes aed the score w ith his fourth goal
of the season off an Alex Fernandes as-
sist. In the 77th minute of plaN. Feman-
des nailed a flee kick for the gamie-\win-
ning goal
DP 18-1-1 o\ eralli entered the holi-
da\ break \ ith undefeated records in
conference and disaict pla). The Panthers.
could face Freedom Jan. 9forthe Metro
Conference title.
The Dr. Phillips junior varsity boys
soccer team 15-1-3) came away with a
1-1 tie at Apopka last week despite play-
ing %w without two ke\ midfielders. Lucas


bers. Lula scored his first career goal onh i
The < ictorN improved DP's season cross from Gabnel Caselato.
record to 5-2. The Panthers were set to The Lady Panther varsity girls
begin play W\ednesday. Dec. 20. in the weightlifting team remained unbeaten
Great Florida Shootout tournament at after defeating nal Olympia 45-44 last
Poinciana High. e' eek. Martha Taboas set a school record
The Pantherjunior varsity boys bas- for her weight class with a 120-pound
kelball team osetcame a 10-point deficit clean lift. Philicia Douglas \ on her class
to defeat E ans 65-64 last \ eek and im- w ith a 140-pound bench press and a 120-
pro\ e to 4-2 on the season. Sydney W\are pound clean. Sandra Femandez also \ on
Knocked do% n 29 points to lead all scor- her class b\ bench-pressuig 115 pounds
ers. Paoick Ry an chipped in 15 points and and clean-lifting 120 pounds.
Chris Thomas racked up 10 rebounds The DPHS Athletic Department is
and 5 blocks. The J.V. Panthers will see working \w ith the Dr. Phillips YMCA
action again Jan. 5 \s. Apopka. to help promote the YMCA High
The DP freshman boys basketball School Basketball League. w\ which be-
team beat Evans;40-25 last week. gins Jan. 17. The league is organized
Rashawnn McCrea scored 22 points and for high school students who are not
Greg Sloans added 8 points and 4 steals. members of the \ varsity, J.V. or fresh-
Chantal McCrimon-\\alls scored 13 man basketball teams
points and pulled dosw n 14 rebounds to League pla% n ill last seven weeks,
Lead the Lady Panther varsity girls bas-, followed by playoffs. in a competition e
kelball team to a 48-30 victory over ; league format. Games \ ill be played
Jones. The \ in marked DP's sLXth in its Wednesdas s and Sunda\ s. Volunteer
last seven games.. coaches are %welcome to sign up. The
Philicia Douglas led the team in scor- cost is $80 for YMCA members and
ing with 17 points. Summer Jenkins $150 for non-members.
added 15 points an'd Tia Coker had 9 For more information, e-mail Michael
'points and 11 rebounds. McLain at MLain@lhotmail.com.


Ocoee girls basketball
improves to 10-2
Kamanr Smith poured in 33 points
to lead the Lads Knights varsity girls
basketball team to a 63-53 comeback
victory over Freedom last week The
win impro-ed Ocoee's record to 10-
2 heading into the holiday break. The
Lady Knights will see action again
Jan. 2 at home \s. Spruce Creek.
Smith's perfonnance earned her Ath-
lete of the Week honors at OHS
The Ocoee junior varsity girls bas-
ketball team defeated Freedom 56-
22 last week.
The Knight varsity boys basket-
ball team lost a nail-bitter to Olyvnpia
last \\eek Ocoee rallied from a 7-point
deficit to tie the score \\ ith 12 seconds
left on a 3-pointer b\ Nick Jackson
Ed Scott, \\ ho was named Ocoee's
Athlete oftheWeek, led the Knights
with 16 points, followed by 13 points
by Jackson. Marcel Williams posted
a double-double w\ ith II points, I re-
bounds.
The Ocoee varsity girls weightlift-
ing teanmimproved to 4-0 on the sea-
son after Crushing its opponents at a
meet last \ eek The Lady Knights fin-
ished with 64 points to surpass West
Orange (47), East Ridge (34) and
South Lake (10).
Melena Rigdon, Emily Cornell,
Kristen Crowe. Chanel Gadson and
Constance Sobers were all first-place
'finishers for Ocoee Gadson's effort re-
suilted n Athlete of the \Veek honors

Tryouts set for Ocoee
Dawgs baseball team
The 13-and-under Ocoee Dawgs
travel baseball team is looking for key
players to complete the roster for
spring 2007 season. Players should
have AAU orUSSSA experience, but
that is not a must. The coaches are
looking for dedicated players who un-
derstand what it means to be a team
player.
The first tryout was held Dec. 16.
More tryouts will be held at Sorenson
Field in Ocoee.
SFor more trout information, e-mail
Ocoeedawgs@yahoo.com or call
Frank at 407-924-8724.


Ocoee Little League
spring registration
begins in January
Ocoee Little League will hold regis-
tration for its spring 2007 season on the
first two.weekends of the new year.
Registration will be held the Fridays
of Jan. 5 and Jan. 12 from 6-8 p.m. and
the Saturdays of Jan. 6 and Jan. 13 from
9 a.m. to noon.
Tryouts for the major league are set
for Jan. 15 and Jan. 18 at 6 p.m.' and
Jan. 20 from 9-10 a.m. Players must be
11 years old by April 30 in order to play
in the majors. Any 11- or 12-year-old
not already on a spring major team who
does not try out, will not be eligible to
play in the majors.
All other leagues will hold tryouts
Jan. 22 and Jan. 25 at 6 p.m. and Jan. 27
from 9-10 a.m.
New players must submit a copy of
their birth certificate and proof of res-
idency.
Registration fees are $85 for a fam-
ily's first child, then $75 and $70 for
siblings. All registration sessions will be
held at the Ocoee Little League fields
on Flewelling Drive. Checks should be
made payable to Ocoee Little League.
For more information, call Tad Den-
mark at 407-656-4102.

AAU baseball tryouts for
Clermont Raiders
The Clermont Raiders AAU base-
ball team is holding open tryouts for
11 and 12 year olds. Players must be
12 or under on Ma\ 1. 2007.
For more information. call 407-656-
3568 or 407-292-5150.


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Clermont Raiders are holding open
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Must be 12 or under on
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Contact Dave
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Panther wrestlers win 6th in a row


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4B The West Orange Times Thursday, December 21, 2006




Golf


Amateur Golf Tour signs 5-year agreement with The Golf Channel if/ ^ For years, termites have gone


The American Amateur Golf Tour
Shas signed a five-year agreement with
SThp Golf Channel. This is the inau-
Sgural season of a five-year commit-
Sment with The Golf Channel as the
SNational Title Sponsor of the tour.
TGC, which will televise more
SPGA Tour golf over the next 15 years
than any other network, is a.valuable
Partner in helping the amateur tour
grow.
The effect of TGC involvement was
being felt event before the partner-
ship was formed. At the 2006 Na-
tional Championship in Palm Springs,
Calif., TGC announced that the over-
all low-gross winner of the AAGT
Championship event would appear in
a segment of the Big Break VII. The
winning player would stay in the
house with the other contestants and
compete in one of the challenges.
The proposed AAGT Orlando
schedule for 2007 includes:
Feb. 24 at Arlington Ridge,
March 10 at Sanctuary Ridge,
March 26 at The Legends,
April 7 at Ridgewood Lakes,
April 21-22 (The Florida Mas-


ters) at Disney's Palm and Magnolia
courses,
April 28 at Black Bear,
May 12 at Lake Buena Vista,
May 13 at the Reserve at Orange
Lake,
May 26 at Southern Dunes
June 2-3, Florida Open at Grand
Cypress,
June 16 at Celebration,
June 30 at Falcon's Fire,
July 14 at MetroWest,
July 15 at ChampionsGate Na-
tional,
July 28 at the Legends at Orange
Lake,
* Aug. 11-12 GCAT Players Cham-
pionship at Innisbrook Copperheard
and Highlands courses,
Aug. 18 at Eagle Dunes,
Sept. 1 at ChampionsGate Inter-
national and
Sept. 15 the Orlando Tour Cham-
pionship at Falcon's Fire.
The 2007 National Championship
is scheduled for early October at a
site to be determined, likely on the
East Coast. Past national courses in-
clude (2006) Palm Springs at Terra


Lago Silver Rock Taquitz Creek,
(2005) Orlando's Disney courses,
(2004) Palm Springs, (2003) Palm
Coast at Ocean Hammock and (2002)
Scottsdale, Ariz., at GreyHawk.
Membership to TGC Amateur Tour
is open to golfers of all skill levels.
Players are divided among six flights
based on an initial verifiable handicap,
such as a USGA index. For those who
do not have an index, Tour organiz-
ers can help, amateurs establish a
handicap.
The goal of the tour is to provide
amateur players with the opportunity
to compete on a golf tour like the pros.
With six different flights, it doesn't
matter if you are a scratch golf or a 20
handicap.
Flights are Palmer (scratch to 3.9
handicap), Nicklaus (4.0-7.9), Hogan
(8.0-11.9), Sarazen (12.0-15.9), Jones
(16.0-19.9) and Snead (20.0 and
above.
All Golf Channel Amateur Tour
events are generally stroke play tour-
naments conforming to USGA rules.
The tour consists of both one-day and
two-day events, along with the sea-


son-ending National Championship
and the Sir Elford Cup, a 54-hole team
event.
Tournament fees vary based on the
type of event and host course. Top
finishers in each flight at each event
receive non-cash prizes. Prizes and
awards vary from event to event based
on player participation. A percentage
of each entry fee is put into a prize
pool and then distributed among the
flights.
Each event will also have an op-
tional skins match. Players can enter
this match with a nominal entry fee
payable the day of the event. In or-
der to conform with USGA rules for
amateur status, no single or cumula-
tive prize value will exceed $750.
Tour membership does not guar-
antee a place in each event. Some
tournaments have limited availabili-.
ty and will sell out. Early registration
is encouraged.
For more information, call Sean
Steele at ssteele@theaagt.com or call
the office at 904-246-0473. Local
sponsorship opportunities are also
available.


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Ocoee Golf Assoc. meets on 2nd Thurs. with
Sun. golf events
The Ocoee Golf Association, 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 courses around the area. Awards are given for low-gross
and low-net scores in five flights determined by handicaps. A mem-
bership initiation fee is $10, and yearly dues are $30.
For more information, call 407-656-2669 or go to the Website at
OCOEEGolf.TriPod.com.


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Schools


Dillad Sree


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One of the many stops the Dillard Street Music Makers made on their caroling trip was the Winter Garden
Police Department. The school's resource officer, Officer Stalvey, took time to come out and listen to this
special treat.


Dillard Music Makers
What has 80 legs, beautiful voices
and fantastic smiles? It's the Dillard
Street Music Makers! On Dec. 12, the
students in chorus, Orff ensemble and
recorder ensemble combined to take
the joy of the season to the downtown
Winter Garden merchants and shop-
pers.
Mrs. Hewitt, DSES music special-
ist, wanted the students to have an


opportunity to serve the community
with their talents.
A special thanks goes to Winter
Garden Pizza Co. for the generous
donation to the school's music pro-
gram.
Report cards
The end of the second marking pe-
riod is Friday, Dec. 15. Student report
cards will be mailed home. The report


cards should arrive home before Jan-
uary 2007. If a report card does not
arrive, contact the school at 407-877-
5000.
Mark the calendar
Winter break will take place from
Dec. 18 through Jan. 2, 2007. Stu-
dents return to school Wednesday,
Jan. 3, to begin the third marking pe-
riod.


Fiesta Latina at the new Tildenville Elementary School recently celebrated Hispanic heritage as part of the
Dual Language Program and school community. Parents, students, family, friends and staff enjoyed food,
games, music and fun activities. Julie Hager organized the event, which also served as a fund-raiser for en-
riching the academic programs for all students.


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Students at Family Christian School had a wonderful time showing their spirit at the Winter Garden Christ-
mas Parade.

F n i A d


Recently the students at Hope Charter held their annual Thanksgiving Day re-enactment. Each year stu-
dents are divided into groups of Native Americans and pilgrims. Parents and volunteers bring in tradition-
al foods that might have been served during the very first Thanksgiving. Mrs. Gaudious' and Mrs. Plaut's
4th-grade class presented facts about that historic day to the other students.


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Sharon Coffman and members of the 5th-grade Choir: I-r, Victoria Castronova, Ansley DeStefano and Jade
Laun.


Christmas Concert
The Foundation Academy Music
Department presented its Christmas
Concert on"Dec. 4. Performing that
evening were the Fifth-grade Begin-
ning Band, the Middle School Band



Relay For Life
Dr. Phillips High will be teaming up
with Enterprise Rent a Car for a fund-
raiser to support the Southwest Or-
lando Relay For Life. Starting Feb. 1
and running through March 31, En-
terprise will offer a $300 donation to
Relay For Life (Grandparents R Us
and Business Academy teams) for ev-
ery car it sells.
If you purchase a car at Enterprise,.
just specify that you.heard about the
special offer and want to designate the
donation to DPHS.
For more information, call the school
at 407-355-3201.


and the High School Percussion En-
semble, all under the: direction of
Ralph.Wilder. Also performing was
the Fifth-grade Choir, under the di-
rection of Sharon Coffman, and the
Hands in Harmony Sign Language


Club, under the direction of Laura
Ward.
Mrs. Coffman will be leaving Foun-
dation Academy after four years of
service to devote herself to her fami-
ly. She will be greatly missed.


'Tis the season for giving! Ms, Roffman's 5th-grade class at Windermere Elementary showers smiles as they
have adopted a family. A very generous donation was collected from the class, and the students were able
to purchase complete outfits, jackets, pajamas, slippers, backpacks with school supplies, toys, filled stock-
ings, gift certificates for haircuts and a gift certificate for groceries for a family with three children. Their
wish is for this family to have a wonderful Christmas.


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Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles visited Ocoee High recently. He met with the Advanced
Placement Government students and members of the Student Government Association to explain the elec-
tion process and to give the students an opportunity to participate in a mock election. Cowles also pre-
sented a check to the SGA for its participation in the Adopt-a-Precinct Program, in which students, parents
and faculty members ran a polling location for the 2006 election. Pictured are (1-r): Caitlin Jacobs, Stephen
Pyles, Deborah Souverain, Robert Eisinger, Heather Hammond, Cowles, Mel Gilbert and Wendy Cartwright.


TV Production class
On Christmas morning, some of
the Ocoee High TV Production stu-
dents will be in the Walt Disney
World Christmas Parade. These
students were extras for the Bey-
once segment taped in late Novem-
ber. Students wrote reports on what
they learned from watching the pro-
fessional production crew and how
they can apply it to their TV class-
es.
SDuring Otronicon (www.otroni-
can.org) from Jan. 12-21, OHS stu-
dents will be assisting Dr. James C.
"Butch" Rosser, world-famous sur-
geon, in his presentations. From
"Games for Good" to "Top Gun for
Kids" and "Escape from Obeeze
City," these students have to learn
the content as they are also trained
in the technology from Rosser's
medical team.
Rosser has been so impressed
with Ocoee administration, staff, fac-
ulty and students that he hopes to
develop a long-term relationship
with the school for future research
and health/medical programs.
TV students are developing skills
in basic graphics and the audio
needed for podcasts. In addition,
several talented andbudding com-
posers and performers are bringing
their original music and other tal-
ents to a CD entitled."Ocoee Orig-
inal Knight Sounds, Vol. 1."
Students are emerging as lead-
ers in planning a 10-minute enter-
tainment show for their peers. Work-


Jared Sanders (on right) was selected by the teachers to represent
Ocoee High as the 2007 HOBYAmbassador to the Youth Leadership
Conference in May. The purpose of the Hugh O'Brian Leadership Sem-
inar is to motivate and empower students to make a positive difference
within their global society through understanding and action based on
effective and compassionate leadership. He will attend the 4-day con-
ference in Orlando to interact with leaders in business, government,
education and media. Micah Smith was selected as the alternate stu-
dent ambassador.


ing with the leadership classes, TV
students are planning safety videos
on teenage driving and destructive
decisions versus choosing wisely.
The Ocoee police and fire depart-
ments are cooperating.


The TV Production Department
is selling videos of Homecoming
($10) or last year's graduation ($20).
Call Dr. Wolfe at 407-905-3000,
Ext. 4119, or come to the school for
more information.


Montverde Academy students served as tour guides at the recent Open House for the new Lower School
building, the DeWitt Family Center for Teaching and Learning. The students volunteered to give tours of
the building and answer questions about the academy. The event was for prospective Lower School ap-
plicants, grades PK3 through 5th grade. Pictured are (l-r): Veronica Lim and Veronica Moore, both 12th-
graders, and Megan Monteleone, a 7th-grader.


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Dr: Ray G. Minger, Senior Pastor
Registration Fee waived for 1st 5 to
bring this ad and pay all other fees.
Registration Fee $65.0,0;
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For info, and appointments to register
your child call (407) 656-6999
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SAC meeting
Parents and community members
are invited to attend the West Orange
High School Advisory Council meet-
ing on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 5 p.m. in
the media center.

Computer classes
in English, Spanish
The Winter Garden Library offers
free computer classes each month in
English and Spanish. For information,
call 407-656-4582. The library is at 805
E. Plant St. in Winter Garden.

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

Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange County Head Start pro-
gram is enrolling preschoolers ages 3-
S5. Parents can register at 407-654-5161.


Annual Christmas Piano Recital held
Students of Dianna Cotter recently participated in an annual piano recital at Beulah Baptist Church in Win-
ter Garden. A total of 18 students performed various pieces, including traditional carols and secular fa-
vorites. The musicians were: I-r, 1 st row, Landry Daughtry, Easton Bush, Alexis Baird, Chris Cotter and Ca-
rina Burton and, 2nd row, Rebecca Greene, Noah Taylor, Erin Chambers, Alex Cotter and Carrli Cooper
and, 3rd row, Daphne Bush, Daniel Greene, Katie Schwab and Rachel Wilder and, 4th row, Dianna Cot-
ter, Molly Stalvey and Elliot Burton. Not pictured: Logan Anderson and Camryn Anderson.

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For more information or to
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877 N. Hastings St. Orlando. FL 407-295-4230


The elementary students of Central Florida Christian Academy joined kids around the world for Scholas-
tic's 'Read for 2007'program on Dec. 8. Students in grades K5 through 5th grade warmed up to a good book
for 2007 seconds (33 1/2 minutes) by cuddling up with their favorite stuffed animal and sipping 'hot' choco-
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er had participated in the Science Fair and had developed a science project. The older students then worked
in teams to practice their presentations, which included related hands-on activities for the younger stu-
dents. The teams then traveled to different classes to present their science projects. It was extremely suc-
cess for the 5th-grade 'teachers,' the younger students and the staff. Pictured are, I-r, 3rd-graders Steve
Defendre and Jaquan Daniels learning about rocks and minerals from 5th-grader Clover Stufflet.


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Chain of Lakes Middle School students Cassie Speirs, Megan Whitaker and Kieriay Moyer (from left) visit
Fantasy of Flight.


Fantasy of Flight
Students in Sam Davis' gifted stud-
ies class at Chain of Lakes Middle re-
cently completed a unit on aviation. As
a final activity, they traveled to Fanta-
sy of Flight, an aviation attraction lo-


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They walked through a real B-17 and
enjoyed a guided tour of the hangars,
where they saw a replica of the Spirit
of St. Louis and learned about Charles
Lindbergh's famous flight across the


Atlantic.
The students really enjoyed the
hands-on fun of the Corsair flight sim-
ulators, as well as the hang glider sim-
ulator. They also made paper airplanes
and flew them in an accuracy contest.


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Windermere Prep 7th- and 8th-graders were recently in full swing doing community service at Give Kids
the World Village. Pictured are, I-r, Cheyenne Meyer, Kory Jean and Ashley Bowdoin, who were assigned
to clean up the miniature golf course and collect errant golf balls. Other groups of Form II students did oth-
er tasks from cleaning the popular train ride to helping out in the village's administrative office. The WPS
studerits have an ongoing relationship with the non-profit resort that creates magical memories for children
with life-threatening illnesses and their families. The Windermere Prep students visit the village several
times a year and help with projects throughout the year.




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sented awards. Students who
displayed the 6 Pillars of
Character were also recog-
nized. Pictured are, I-r, front
row, Luccas Lima, Justin
Mueller, Sofia Rodriguez,
Alexandrea Nguyen and
Samantha Sullivan; and,
back row, teacher Dana Tri-
ana, Hannah Troutman, Lin-
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Teacher of the Year
Dennis Pattison was selected as
Ocoee Middle's Teacher of the Year. He
exemplifies the spirit of dedication to-
ward his profession.
As a physical education teacher, he
has made outstanding contributions to the
advancement of health, physical edu-
cation and recreation of the students.
He responds to his students in a caring
manner and is.committed to making a
difference in their lives.
Pattison encourages his students to.
develop a positive attitude toward work,
cooperation and self-discipline.
As an educator and coach, Pattison's
leadership is demonstrated by his par-
ticipation in school committees, along
with membership in outside agencies
and parent organizations. He is viewed
as a leader and role model for others.
These comments were made by the
faculty regarding his nomination: "Mr.
Pattison has proven to inVest a strong
commitment for instilling educational val-
ues into the very core of the students at
Ocoee Middle School. He has a strong
commitment to helping others even be-
fore himself and "Dennis is passionate
to see children learn and develop into


Dennis Pattispn is Ocoee Middle
School's Teacher of the Year.
strong and productive citizens."
The students at OMS are fortunate to
have Pattison on the faculty.


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Harry Adams of Children of the
Messiah Preschool enjoys playing
with the telescope on the play-
ground.


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


At the delivery of dictionaries to Citrus Elementary: I-r, in front, Megan
Egan and Steven Hogan and, in back, Mike Jernigan, Principal Cynthia
Drayton and Nancy Jernigan.


Dictionary Project
The Winter Garden Elks Lodge re-
turned to Citrus Elementary again this
year to deliver dictionaries to each of
the third-grade students.
The lodge is promoting its Dictio-
nary Project, which is designed to aid


third-grade teachers in their goal to.
see all their students leave at the end.
of the year as good writers, active
readers and creative thinkers.
The school thanks Mike Jernigan,.
Nancy Jemigan and Willard Maddox for
delivering the dictionaries to CES.


Living Waters Church Christmas

Community Candlelight Service

Join us for candles, carols, children's nativity scene
readings, songs and prayers to celebration the season.

Special music provided by the Living Waters
Christmas Choir and Worship Band

St. Nicholas will be on hand to greet the children with
candy canes.

The West Orange Food Bank, a ministry of the church
will distribute food and toys to
50 pre-registered families.



When: December 24. 2006 at 10:30 am.

Where: Living Waters Church
485 West Silverstar Road
Ocoee, Florida 34761
407-877-5970


If you know of a family or individual in need
please call the West Orange Food Pantry, 407-
905-9339 to register for a Christmas food basket.

The Food Pantry is located at 452 Palm Drive,
Ocoee 34761.

The food bank is also accepting donations of
holiday canned goods, toys and gift cards to buy
turkeys at local supermarkets.


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Cotner receives Leadership Scholarship
sponsored by West Oaks Mall Chick-fil-A


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Students from 4 Ocoee schools came together with community members to provide a Christmas party,
presents and filled stockings for children at Orange Center Elementary.

Students help students in the spirit of the season


Lake Whitney has honored Guid-
ance Counselor Tambi Durham as
its Teacher of the Year.


Chick-fil-A Inc recently an-
nounced that Orlando resident Lind-
sey Cotner, a 2006 graduate of the
First Academy, has been awarded
the $1,000 Leadership Scholarship,
bringing the total amount of team
member scholarships awarded to
more than $21 million.
Cotner, the daughter of Kyra Jenk-
ins of Orlando, was nominated by
Javier Elias Carbuccia, operator of
Chick-fil-A of the West Oaks Mall in
Ocoee.
The Chick-fil-A Leadership Schol-
arship Program provides assistance
to restaurant employees who want
to further their education.
"The program recognizes em-
ployees who have acquired the lead-
ership qualities and skills necessary
to be successful in life while pro-
viding an additional incentive for our
employees to remain dedicated and
work. hard," said Javier Elias Car-
buccia.
"Lindsey is being recognized for
demonstrating abilities and potential
to accomplish great things."
In addition, Cotner will be eligi-


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ble for Chick-fil-A's S. Truett Cathy
Scholar Award that provides addi-
tional $1,000 scholarships to the top
25 Chick-fil-A leadership Scholar-
ship recipients each year.


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After receiving an e-mail about a
family at Orange Center Elementary
that needed assistance this holiday sea-
son, Molly Piveral, the program di-
rector of the Middle School Youth ini-
tiative for the Foundation for Orange
County Public Schools, contacted a
teacher at Orange Center and asked
how she could help.
"Laurin MacLeish and I talked about
her students and how each year they are
adopted by the community," said
Piveral. "I told her that I knew people
who would love to get involved."
She was given the names of two Pre-
SK classes for a total of 22 girls and 16
,boys not a small number to provide
for.
"I enlisted the help of neighbors and
friends to buy gifts for the kids," Piver-


al, an Ocoee resident, said.
"One friend I spoke with teaches at
Thomebrooke Elementary and thought
this would be a great holiday project
for her students. Mrs. Santos' class put
each student's name on a stocking and
stuffed the stocking with 10 small
prizes."
Two students from Ocoee High
School wrapped the 36 gifts for com-
munity service hours, and Debbie
Jackson, a teacher at Citrus Elementary
purchased 36 books for the students.
"Six students from Ocoee Middle
School accompanied me to Orange
Center to help pass out the gifts,"
added Piveral.
The OMS students at the gift distri-
bution were Kyle Piveral, Morgan
Otts, Michael Ryan, Mathew Jackson,


Lauren Bryant and Kaitlin Bryant.
The West Oak Mall Chick-fil-A do-
nated coupons for a free meal to each
student, and the Chick-fil-A on West
Colonial Drive in Ocoee provided each
child with a small prize.
The Great American Cookie Co.,
also at the mall, provided cookies.
"The children ended up with sever-
al gifts, a full tummy and a ton of love
from a community that cares," said
Piveral. "Each student from Ocoee
learned the true meaning of 'It is bet-
ter to give than to receive' and what it
means to pay it forward."
She said this adventure was a direct
part of the mission of the Foundation
for Orange County Public Schools:
"Engaging the community is key to
the success of our schools."


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Ms. Rayburn's 2nd-grade class from Oakland Avenue Charter School is pictured at the Orlando Repertoire
Theater. The students enjoyed the performance of 'Miracle on 34th Strebt' so much that at the end of the
performance they gave the cast a standing ovation.


ASSEMBLY OF GOD

FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD
890 S Vinelarnd Rd
Winter Garjdei FL 407-656- 3919
P3il.or Grad;i F.RI'=II


BAPTIST

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

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

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

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

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
OF OCOEE
will be altering their evening ser-
vices on December 24th and De-
cember 31st only. Those services
will be moved to 2:00 pm on both
days. If you have any questions
please contact the church office
at 407-656-2548.

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

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


slbchurch@yahoo.com

WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb, St., Oakland, FL.,
(407) 656-9749
www.westorangebaptist.org
Pastor Larry L. Jinks

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


CATHOLIC

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


CHRISTIAN

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

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


CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

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


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

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


CHURCH OF GOD

GARDEN CATHEDRAL
CHURCH OF GOD
1.001 W. Plant St. Winter Garden
407-656-1855.
Sunday School 9:30
Worship 10:30, 6pm.
Wed. Svc. 7:30pm, Youth,


Men's & Women's Ministries.
www.GardenCathedralCOG.org

OCOEE CHURCH OF GOD
1105J, I Lal:'.e, d
Pastor Steve Davis
( -,1 656-01 1

COMMUNITY

OASIS COMMUNITY CHURCH
Meeting at:
West Orane Charner Sc hool.
Oakland Avu. Oajland. FL
11:00 am Worship Service.
WWW.OASIS-CC.ORG
407-905-4931

HARVEST CHURCH
Gathers Sundays at 10:05am at
Lake Whitney Elementary School
1351 Windermere Rd.
Come as you are. 407-383-3022
www.harvestfl.org


EPISCOPAL

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

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

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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


JEWISH

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


LUTHERAN

PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd,
Winter Garden
Serv. 8:30am & 10:45am
407-877-3937


Picture with me a little girl in a big house all alone.
She has been kidnapped fiom herparent that loves her pas-
sionately. She has been abandoned; the house is filled with'
squalor. Dirty rags litter the floor the smell is old and
dank. Her dress is filthy,'held together with threads. She
has grime from head to toe. She is alone, filled with fear
and has no hope for deliverance or a better life. There
is someone at the door but she turns from the knock. It's
probably more pain, false promises, and empty words.
The knocking continues. As she cracks the door mud-
.i ,r i.is i/.ii,, ,., Ih 'cheeks. Shesees the most beau-
.r,ll .:,i,; i,, 1,i.-i' iLs most beautiful words. Her lov-
ing Father "has come to seek and to save this one who is
lost. "(Luke 19:10) He looks down in sorrow at His pre-
cious child and says, "Behold; I stand at your door and
knock. If you will open the door I will come in and dine
with you." (Rev. 3:20) He says, "7 have come that you


Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOfFaith.ORG

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

METHODIST

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lakeview Avenue
407-656-1135
Rev. Russell Belcher'
9am-10am Contemporary
10:15am-11:05am Sunday School
11:15-12:15 Traditional
5-7:30pm TNT Youth Group
7-7:45pm Contemporary & Gospel


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

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

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

THE CROSSINGS,
A COMMUNITY CHURCH
Corner of McKinnon Rd. and Lake
Butler Blvd, 1 mile west of Winder-


might have Life and have it more abundantly." (John
10:10)
Could it be true that the loving Heavenly Father left
heaven to rescue each who have been kidnapped by sin?
Could it be true that He paid the redemption price so
that we could be setfree?
Yes, Jesus Christ stands at the heart door of each of
us and offers to COME IN. He will take all that is old,
that is dirty, that is stinking and exchange it for all that
is clean, holy, and willfeed us the Bread ofHeaven.
Will you answer the door? "If you will confess with
your mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord (your God, your
controller), and believe in your heart that God has raised
Him from the dead, you will be saved. (Romans 10:9)

From the believers at First Baptist Winter Garden
ADV.


mere Elementary School. 10:30 am
Worship Service. 407-656-6044

GRACE CHURCH
Sunday 9:30am 407-877-8665
Meeting at Dillard St. Elementary
Winter Garden
www.GraceChurchOrlando.org

NAZARENE

FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
305 Beulah Rd,Winter Garden
FL 34787
Rev. Rick Page. 877-7735

PRESBYTERIAN

OAKLAND PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL
407-656-4452
www.oaklandpres.org
r'-jr -'I 2', off the FL Turnpike
Worship at 8:45 am and 11 am
Sunday School for all ages at
9:45am. Nursery provided during
worship. Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr.,
Pastor. Call about our preschool &
summer camps

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
OF THE LAKES, USA
Conroy-Winderinere Rd. @
Lincoln Ave.
Sunday School 9:00AM, Worship
10:30 407-291-2886
Worship on Wed. 7:00 7:30 PM
"Come hear the Gospel"
Rev. Ferdinand Brits
www.pcol.ora

PENTECOSTAL

GRACE WORSHIP CENTER
1132 E. Plant St. Winter Garden.
(407) 656-3727
Pastor Rick Faircloth

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST


WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd.
Windermere, FL 34786
407-876-2112 Worship times:
As of November 19, 2006:
9:00am Traditional Service
11:15am Contemporary Praise
Service
10:15am Sunday School
for Adults and Children held
between the two services
www.windermereunion.org


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


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


Southwest Church
Meeting @ Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

SHwy 50


FL Turnpike

Marshall
Farms Rd.

429

Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
T-Im \\ elch. Pirtor
407-903-1384


SW. Hwy 50
at Dillard


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



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800 S. Dillard St
Winter Garden 34777-1047
407-656-6611


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Thursday, December 21, 2006 The West Orange Times 9B


* Free immunizations
at Health Alliance
Family Care Center
Free routine childhood immuniza-
tions are provided to children 18 and
under, as well as free meningitis shots
for high school students, at the Health
Alliance Family Care Center, 1210 E.
Plant St. in Winter Garden (Commu-
nity Service Entrance).
No appointment is needed, and the
hours are 7:30-11 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m.
Monday through Thursday and 7:30-
11 a.m. on Friday. Parents or
guardians must bring the child's shot
record and Social Security card.
For more information, visit the
Health Alliance Web site at
www.HealthAllianceOnline.org.

Registration opens for
Relay For Life teams
The American Cancer Society Re-
lay For Life of West Orange is just
around the comer. Register a team now
by calling the ACS at 407-843-8680.
This celebration of life brings the
West Orange community together in a
unified effort to fight cancer. Former
and current cancer patients, their fam-
ilies, businesses, civic organizations
and the public are invited to take part
in this team event from 6 p.m. on April
13 until noon on April 14 at Ocoee
High School.
Relay For Life is the ACS's version
of an athletic relay but with a new
twist. This is a family-oriented event,
where participants enjoy the cama-
raderie of a team and also raise funds
to support the activities of ACS.
Participants camp out at the relay
site, and when they are not taking their
turn walking, they take part in fun ac-
tivities and enjoy local entertainment.
Teams from companies, churches, or-
ganizations, hospitals and schools col-
lect donations and can win individual
and team prizes for their efforts.
"Relay For Life brings the progress
against cancer to the forefront," said
Sheila Jackson, event chair. "Many
participants are our family, friends and
neighbors who have dealt with cancer
themselves. Their involvement is proof
of the progress that has been made not
only reducing death rates but also in the
quality of life following cancer treat-
ment. The funds raised enable us to
continue our investment in the fight
against cancer through research, edu-
cation, advocacy and patient services."
The money raised goes directly to
the ACS's lifesaving programs.
For information about forming a
team or getting involved in Relay For
Life, call 407-843-8680.

Community classroom
sponsors needed
The students of Hope Charter
School and Legacy High School are ex-
cited to announce their first-ever Read-
Sa-Thon beginning Jan. 4, 2007. They
are looking for classroom sponsors to
help raise funds to provide appropri-
ate library books and reading materi-
als for every reading level represent-
ed at their schools.
The event is particularly important
to the schools since they are using this
opportunity to encourage the students
to read more in class and at home.
Additionally, it is an opportunity to
raise much-needed funds to further
develop classroom libraries and to
purchase materials that enhance learn-
ing. .
Anyone interested in becoming a
classroom sponsor or who would like
more information can call Molly
Zarnowski at 407-697-8059.

Patriotic Art Contest
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary is seeking young
artists to enter the Young American
Creative Patriotic Art Contest. Stu-
dents must be in grades 9-12 and must
attend school in the same state as the
sponsoring Ladies Auxiliary.
Home-schooled students are eligi-
ble; foreign exchange students are not.
Art must be on paper or canvas. Wa-
tercolor, pencil, pastel, charcoal, tem-
pera, crayon, acrylic, pen and ink or oil
may be used. Digital art may be used
but must be on paper or canvas. No
discs will be accepted.
Canvas entries are to be on stretch-
er frames, other entries matted on
white. Ar" ork should be no smaller
than 8x10 inches but no larger than
18x24 inches, not including mat.
National scholarships this year are
$10.000 for first pnze, $5.000 for sec-
ond, $2,500 for third and $1,500 for
fourth.
March 31 is the deadline for entries
to the Ladies Auxiliary.
For more information and/or an en-
try form, call -107-656-5586

; Visit downtown
W.G. museums
Do\' ntown Winter Garden has se\-


eral museums honoring the city's uhs-
tory. The Winter Garden Heritage Nu-
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 downto\\ n 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.


WhisperingOak


Phone-raiser Drive
Whispering Oak Elementary is ask-
ing everyone to donate old cell
phones or used ink jet cartridges to the
Whispering Oak Phone-raiser Drive
sponsored by the fifth grade. The pro-
ceeds from the donations will be split
between the School Nurse Program
and the fifth-grade end-of-year pro-
grams.
,Donations can be dropped off in
the school's main office now through
April. Any type of ink jet cartridge (in


Ziploc bags) and old cell phones (no
accessories) will be accepted.
Making these donations will also
help the environment. If not disposed
of properly, cell phones are damaging
to the air, soil and water. One cell
phone can pollute up to 132,000 liters
of water. Cadmium can damage the
kidneys, and it's transferred through
the air and food.
Mercury can get into the water sup-
ply and may accumulate in living or-
ganisms and possibly travel up the


food chain. Mercury can cause brain
damage.
All collected cell phones and elec-
tronic devices are either refurbished
or disposed of using only the most
ecologically sound methods.
For more information, call Kathi
Norton at 407-287-4295.

PTA meeting
The Whispering Oak Elementary
PTA meeting will be held Monday,
Jan. 8, at 7 p.m. Both members and


non-members are invited to attend.
For information, call the PTA office
at 407-656-7773, Ext. 2317.

SAC meeting
The Whispering Oak Elementary
School Advisory Council will meet
Monday, Jan. 8, at 6 p.m. in the me-
dia center. Parents, teachers and
members of the community are invit-
ed to attend.
For information, call the school at
407-656-7773.


High school reunions
The Lakeview High Class of 1957
is planning its 50-year reunion for
April 28. To help plan the weekend
event, call Billy George Kuykendall at
352-243-3627 or Reba Varnadoe at
407-297-9566.
The West Orange School Class of
1987 20-year reunion is June 29-30
and July 1. Contact westorangeclas-
sof87@yahoo.com, Allison Butler
Painter at 407-877-0930 or AL-
Painter68@yahoo.com or Donny
Burns at 407-654-1375 or
Dbumsinc@msn.com.


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HOW CAN BLUE HELP YOU?

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Approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida contracts with the
federal government to administer the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug benefit in the state of Florida.This.contract
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Entertainment


Ronald McDonald House publishes
cookbook for 10th birthday celebration


Ronald McDonald House Charities
of Central Florida recently announced
the release of The Hearts Behind the
Houses Cookbook. As part of the 10th
birthday celebration, this limited-edi- '
tion cookbook features 266 recipes -
44 of which are from local and na-
tional celebrities.
The cookbook includes recipes from
Martha Stewart, Jimmy Carter, Nan-
cy Reagan, Kelly Ripa and Dr. Phil, as
well college football coaches, profes-
sional golfers and basketball players.
Additionally, mayors, TV stars, coun-
try music singers and a former U.S.
president have shared their family's

'A Child's Christmas in Wales'
. The Mad Cow Theatre is presenting
Dylan Thomas' beloved short story, "A
Child's Christmas in Wales," as an
hour-long "remembrance." Local writ-
er Stacy Barton has woven the story
of the first Christmas into the memo-
ries of many of Thomas' own child-
hood Christmases. Full of fun, heart
and holiday spirit, the performance


favorite recipes.
Local RMH volunteers, staff and
families that have stayed there have
contributed recipes. The editor is a
former family member who stayed at
the house for three moths when her
twins were born prematurely.
Since the kitchen is the heart of the
Ronald McDonald Houses, it seemed
fitting to publish a cookbook to cele-
brate 10 years in the Orlando area.
Cookbooks are available at the
RMH at 2201 Alden'Road and at 1630
Kuhl Ave. for a $15 donation. It is
also on sale at all five Borders book-
stores in the Orlando area.

offered at Mad Cow Theatre
will appeal to the child in all of us.
The show run through Dec. 24, and
tickets are $20, with discounts for stu-
dents and seniors. For performance
times and reservations, call 407-297-
8788.
The theater is located at 105 S.
Magnolia Ave. in downtown Orlan-
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announcing a Hew Company to an Established Face in West Orange County!


Dan Petro has recently opened a new electrical company called BRIGHT FU-
TURE ELECTRIC. Dan has always been proud to call West Orange County his
home, and he is proud to be an active part of this community.
Dan's newest electrical venture. BRIGHT FUTURE ELECTRIC, can service
the community with any of your electrical needs, both residential and commercial. We
have a 24-hour Service Department that now has over 25 trucks! We can handle parking.
security, neon lighting installation and repair. We even have generator sales and installa-
tion. Though \we are an electrical contractor, we are not limited to new commercial and
residential work.


The Service Department Manager. Gary Rewis, is supported by a strong group of su-
pervisors: Bill Suggs, Les Ramey, Warren Emery and Shane Perry,
and their crew is a highly skilled field staff of service technicians, many of them working
with Dan previously.
If you want an electrical contractor you can trust, it's a new\ name with a reliable and ex-
perienced past. That's BRIGHT FUTURE, (407) 654-0155, located at 630
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010
ANNOUNCE-
MENTS

FREE JAZZERCISE
CLASSES: in exchange
for baby-sitting. T/TH
9:30 & 10:45. Call Karen.
407-718-4607.12/28.

We Buy Houses For
Cash: Any Condition, All
Price Ranges. 407-590-
4812. 1/1/07


035
Schools and
Instruction

AIRLINES ARE HIR-
ING Train for high pay-
ing Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved
program. Financial aid if
qualified Job placeinent
assistance. CALL Avia-
tion Institute of Mainte-
nance (888)349-5387.
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ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Computers
*Criminal Justice. Job
placement assistance.
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nancial Aid if qualified.
Call (866)858-2121
www.onlineTidewa-
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HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR TRAIN-
ING FOR EMPLOY-
MENT: Bulldozers,
Backhoes, Loaders,
Dump Trucks, Graders,
Scrapers, Excavators; Na-
tional Certification, Job
Placement Assistance;
Associated Training Ser-
vices (800)251-3274
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tor.com. f21

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Glad Tidings Preschool
has full time Voluntary
Pre.kindergarten. Spaces
a ailable From Jan-Mlay
8:15 to 2:00. Free Pre
Kindergarten. Must have,
turned Four by Sept 1,
2006. After care is also
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GENERAL:
010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
030 PERSONALS
035 SCHOOLS AND
INSTRUCTION
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
090 MISCELLANEOUS
EMPLOYMENT:
100 GENERAL OFFICE
105 DOMESTIC
110 CRAFT/SKILLS/TRADE
120 LABOR
130 MEDICAL
132 LEGAL
135 PROFESSIONAL
136 RELIGIOUS
140 RESTAURANT/HOTEL/MOTEL
150 RETAIL
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY
160 MISCELLANEOUS
165 PART-TIME
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


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


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


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


070
Lost and Found

LOST 14K GOLD
RING, cross with Jesus
on it, very sentimental!
Deceased Dad's ring,
pleasecall 407-421-6929
n/cl2/28

2 yr female collie mix, tri
colored, sweet and very
missed. Has been miss-
ing since 10/27. No collar
broken off. n/cl2/28

090
MISCELLA-
NEOUS

PRICED TO SELL. Re-
duced 40 Acres @
$5500/ac. Building Lots
(All Sizes) to Large
Acreage Owner Financ-
ing (800)294-2313
Ext.1385 A Bar Sales Inc.
7 days 7am-7pm f21

AERIAL PHOTOGRA-
PHY of your business,
home, special event or
construction project.
High-resolution custom
digital aerial photography
makes a unique corporate
or personal gift. Photos
provided on CD, or as
custom prints. Call Mac-
beth Aerial Photography
for a quote today: 407-
745-1359. www.Mac-
bethAerial.com 12/28




100
General Office







for the following
Full Time Positions: ,

Bldg. Inspector I & II
Bldg. Maintenance Ill
Collection Field Tech 1
Chief Planner
Dist. Tech I
*Public Serv. Worker II
Police Officer
Fire Inspector
A. i I IF:-.0'! : fi-,-flI. mnrl
applications are available
online at www.cwgdri.cbm
or apply in person at
City Hall 251
W. Plant St., Winter.
Garden, FL 34787
'The City of WinterGarden is


Landscape (Ret/Whl)
nursery needs front desk
customer service. Greet
customers, answer multi-
line phones, take orders.
Full time 40his/ Part time
20-30. Saturday a must.


8am-2pm. Windermere
area. $8-9hr. Reply to:
royallandscape@bell-
south.net or fax resume
to 407-293-2913. 12/28



CITY OF OCOEE
Offering competitive
salary and benefits.
The City of Ocoee is
now hiring for the
following vacancies:
*Administrative Aide -
P/T
*Administrative Assistant
F/T
*Crossing Guard P/T
*Maintenance Worker I
(Irrigation exp. preferred)
*Recreation Aide P/T
*Sanitation Driver
*School Crossing Guard
*Utility Service Worker I
*Utility Inspector I

Apply in Person:
150 N. Lakeshore Drive,
Ocoee, FL 34761
Apply Online:
http://www.ci.ocoee.fl.us
/hr/jobs/application_for_
employment_general.pdf
Apply by Fax:
407-905-3116


105
Domestic

Housecleaners. Now hir-
ing mature, energetic
crewmembers! M-F,
Days. Start $10/hr. Each
applicant needs a car. Tvl
15 miles fm office in
Winter Garden. English
required. Call 407-877-
7738 after 9 a.m. 12/21

Senior Homecare By An-
gels: Our caring home
companions help seniors
stay at home! Respite
care, meal prep, light
housework, errands. Up
to 24 hr care. Reasonable
rates. We do things your
way! VISITING AN-
GELS 407-888-5999.
Lic.229824 2/2/07


110
Crafts/Skills/
Trade

Driver ASAP 36-
43cpm/$1.20pm + Sign
On Bonus $0 Lease NEW
Trucks CDL-A + 3 mos
OTR (800)635-8669: f21

CARPET CLEANING
Tech, No Experience


Stew6



CATERING SERVICE TAKEOUT


NOW HIRING
All positions:

Cooks
Wait Staff
Dishwasher
Full andPart Time
Apply in person:
12348 W. Colonial Dr. Winter Garden, FL


Needed, Call 407-292-
4636. 1/4/07

.LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE FOREMAN
NEEDED: Full Time Po-
sition Salary Pay. 3 Years
Minimum Exp. Required.
Drivers License a must
only serious applicants
should apply. 407-947-
9496. 1/18

Hiring, Full time Mainte-
nance, general handyman,
benefits, local travel re-
quired. Contact Rick 407-
291-4443 1/4/07

Class-A CDL Drivers/
Directional Drillers and
Assistants. 407-402-5168
12/21

Crown Point Apartments:
Manager/Maintenance po-
sition available, 40 hours
w/benefits. Experience in
management, office,
computer, people skills,
plumbing, electrical, car-
pentry, and painting/
sheetrock repair required.
Drug free workplace,
must have valid dr. li-
cense & transportation.
Some travel required.
Call 407-656-8520 or


pickup at application at
300 Victory Lane, Ocoee,
Fl. Equal Opportunity

Employer. 12/21

Experienced Painters
Must Have Transporta-
tion & Drivers License &
Phone. Call Jim 407-832-
9812. 12/28

Heavy Truck mechanic,
diesel engine experience
a plus. Apply at or send
resume to 520 Magnolia
Street, Winter Garden
407-656-7229 12/28

Attn: Drivers/O/ops: The
Best Careers Start With
BLUE & YOU: $1500
SIGN-ON BONUS +
DOUBLE orientation pay
EQUALS $2000 IN
YOUR POCKET, Excel-
lent Benefits & Guaran-
teed Home Time!
(866)326-2679
www.marten.com. f21

Driver-BYNUM
TRANSPORT needs
qualified drivers for Cen-
tral Florida- Local & Na-
tional OTR positions.
Food grade tanker, no
hazmat, no pumps, great
benefits, competitive pay


& new equipment.
(866)GO-BYNUM. Need
2 years experience. f21
CLASS-A CDL
DRIVERS- Now Hiring
OTR & Local Drivers-
New Equipment; Great
Benefits; Premium Pay
Package. Call Oakley
Transport, (877)882-
6537. f21

DRIVER: YOU WANT
IT, WEJHAVE IT! Solo,
teams, owner operators,
company drivers, stu-
dents, recent grads, re-
gional, dedicated, long
haul. Van, flatbed. Must
be 21. CRST Career Cen-
ter. (800)940-2778,
www.driveforcrst.com.
f21

OTR drivers deserve
more pay and more"
hometime! $.38/mi. 1
year experience. More ex-
perience makes more!
Home weekends! Run
our Florida Region!
Heartland Express
(800)441-4953
www.heartlandex-
press.com.'421


12/28

A WELL ESTAB-
LISHED, full service
landscape company serv-
ing the greater Central
Florida area is seeking a
Senior Accounts Manag-
er. Candidate will have at
least five years experi-
ence in the landscape
management field, or
three years experience
with a horticultural or
landscape degree. We are
looking for a highly pro.-
fessional person, of in-
tegrity, energetic, detail
oriented, capable of man-
aging crews, equipment,
safety issues, etc, and in
general be a noticeable
asset for the growth of the
company. Bi-lingual a
big plus. Drug, alcohol
and smoke free environ-
ment. We offer a very
competitive salary and
benefits. All applications
held confidentially:
Please apply at:
Groundtek of Central
Florida 862 Maguire Rd.,
Ocoee, FL. PH 407-877-
7473/FAX 407-877-
8670.
groundtek@cfl.rr.com
12/28

Post Office Now Hiring.
Avg. Pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including
Federal Benefits and OT.


HELP WANTED


Maintenance

Foreman

3 yr. experience


407-877-0116


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Mark Kirkland
Whisper Winds
Landscaping


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Plan ahead! Call 407-877-8806

Free Estimates Stump Grinding 23 1/2 Emergency Service

We specialize in Storm Recovery


FREE Irrigation Inspection
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Tired of the same


old job?

Ring in the New Year with a New Job at
Bill Seidle Chevrolet.

We are growing and adding to our current staff for the 2007 year.
The following full time positions are now open for applications to
he accepted. Please feel free to call us or just stop by:

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS SALES
Previous parts experience necessary. GM exp. helpful but not
mandatory. Very busy retail/wholesale/technicians counters.
Ask for Dave Noseworthy, Parts Manager

AUTOMOTIVE SALESPERSON
Previous sales background required-will train right personin au-
tomotive. Nlust be well organized, customer oriented individual.
Open sales floor allow ing sales of both new and used.

:AUTONIOTIVE BOOKKEEPER
Full charge bookkeeper with experience in car deal billing, de-
posits. schedule reconciliation, account payable and receivable.

BILL SEIDLE CHEVROLET
14138 STATE ROAD 50 in CLERMONT
(352) 394-6176 or (407) 656-9418
email us at seidlechevrolet@aol.com


130
Medical

CNA's for Assisted Living
Community, experienced
in Alzheimer's/Dementia
care. Call Golden Pond
@407-654-7217 12/28

National online medical
corporation seeks li-
censed physicians to
work from home doing
phone consultations. Con-
tact United MD Group,
(800)846-6560;
j.allen@unitedmd-
group.com. f21

Help Wanted, LPN, for
Assisted Living Commu-
nity, Golden Pond Com-
munities, 406 Lakeview
Rd., Winter Garden, 407-
654-7217.12/21

Full time front desk posi-
tion in Ocoee Pediatric
office. Experience in re-
ception, ins. verification
&'scheduling pref. Bi-lin-
gual a plus. Fax resume
to: 407-521-3640. 12/28


135
Professional

BARBER P/T, with or
without following. Come
be a part of our team. Call
Dawn 407-654-1483.


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(800)709-9754 USWA
Ref #P5799 Exam/Fee
Req. f21

Glad Tidings Preschool
currently has an immedi-
ate 3 year old teaching
position available. Caring
and Tender Applicants
should fax resume to 407-
656-0606 or call 407-
656-4140. 1/4


140
Restaurant,
Hotel/Motel

FT Front Desk staff need-
ed for a Disney area hotel.
Good pay and benefits.
Apply Grand Lake Re-
sort, 7770 W. Hwy. 192,
Kissimmee. 407-396-
3000. 12/21

160
General
Employment

$2,900 WEEKLY
GUARANTEED! Ad-
dress letters for holiday
cash. No experience nec-
essary. Free information.
Start immediately! Write:
A&G Publications, 2370-
G Hillcrest Rd. #147-H,
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200
Items for Sale

2005 HONDA 3
SEATER WAVE-RUN-
NER, excellent condition
w/ trailer. $6500 Call
407-469-3836 12/21


SELF-CLEANING
OVEN- Almond color
$100, TWO 45 Juke Box-
es, both need minor work
$250 each. Call 407-469-
3836 12/21

STEEL BUILDING
SALE!...Huge savings.
Manufacturer direct, 26
years. Withstand high wind
and heavy snow. Limited
quantities. For SPECIALS,
call Pioneer. (800)668-
5422 or visit www.pio-
neersteel.com. f21

STEEL BUILDINGS.
Factory Deals. Save $$$.
40 x 60'to 100 x 200'. Ex:
50x 100 x 12'= $3.60/sq ft.
(800)658-2885. www.rigid-
building.com. f21

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

METAL ROOFING
SAVE $$$ Buy Direct
From Manufacturer. 20
colors in stock with all
Accessories. Quick turn
around! Delivery Avail-.
able (352)498-0778 Toll
Free (888)393-0335. f21

What Destroys Relation-
ships? Answer pg 446. Buy
and Read Dianetics by L.
Ron Hubbard Send $8.00
to: Hubbard Dianetics
Foundation,, 3102 N. Ha-
bana Ave., Tampa FL
33607 (813)872-0722. f21

On a budget- Need a PC?
Call Robert @ 407-242-
4161 1/11/07ffn


Pine Dining Room Table
with 6 Chairs & Hutch.
Table is in overall good
condition and Hutch is in
near perfect condition.
$800 for both. 407-232-
0364. 12/21

Dining Room Set, Blonde
Color, Table with 6
Chairs, and China Cabi-
net. $400. or OBO. Call
407-948-1046. 12/21

Tangelos At Margroff
Grove. Reasonalbly
Priced about 2 miles out
West 50, First Dirt Road
on Left past West Orange
Lumber. n/c 2/22/07

90cc ATV'S $699. In-
cludes a great set of safe-
ty features, including re-
mote start/kill. Available
in 4 camo colors and 5
solid colors. Delivery
Available. Accept all ma-
jor credit cards. 407-694-
5502. 12/28.

Hot Tub-$-1795 LOAD-
ED!! Brand new with
therapy jets, bucket seats,
cup-holders,fibre-optic
waterfall. Custom digital
balboa controls. Still in
crate w/warranty. Can de-
liver. 352-394-5813.
12/21*

Queen size ortho pillow
top set w/warranty. $160.
Brand new and still in
plastic 352-394-3593.
12/21*

Mattress Set-$220 All
new king 3 pc. Ortho Pil-
lowt23set w/warranty.
Never Used. Can deliver
if needed. 352-394-4372.
12/21*


Memory-Foam Mattress
Set. Brand new w/warran-
ty. $495.00 Can deliver.
321-663-3831.12/21*

Pool table-Brand new,
Gorgeous 8' all-wood
table. 1" Italian slate,
leather pockets, nicely
carved legs. Still in crate.
Cost $4500, sacrifice for
$1350. Delivery and set-
up available. 352-394-
3279 12/21*

Bedroom Set- GOR-
GEOUS Louis Phillippe
Sleigh Bed, hb, fb, rails,
dresser, mirror, chest, and
night stand in beautiful
cherry wood. Never used.
Sells for 4,000. Sacrifice
for $1,395. 352-394-
4372. 12/21*

Leather Sofa: Love Seat-
Brand new $795. 352-
394-3593 12/21*

BED-$120-Brand new
with warranty (never
used) full size ortho mat-
tress set-still in plastic,
can deliver 352-394-
5813. 12/21*.

280
ITEMS WANTED


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


340
Free to Good
Home

Christmas Kitten. Free to
good home. 9 wks. old.
Trained in litter box & on
dry food. 407-656-8128
12/28




400
Auto For Sale

2003 Ford Explorer XLT-
1/2 Ton-V6. 2DR Sport
Utility, Silver, like new.
Mileage 32,300, Keyless
entry. Cassette, Disc, Au-
tomatic $11,500. 407-
340-1428 or 407-877-
0510. 12/21.


430
Trucks & Vans

1999 Explorer XLT for
Sale. All power, good
tires, leather. $5500. 407-
877-6909 12/28


460
Boats

16' Bass Boat- 85HP
Mercury Motor & trailer
was $2500. Christmas
special $1500. Call 407-
549-5728 12/28

Boat for sale. 2000 Regal
1800 series. 4.3L 190hp
Volvo Penta. AM/FM
CD Sirius radio. Brand
new aluminum trailer. All
coast guard required
equip. incl. Runs great!


MUST SELL. $8,000.
407-654-8586. N/C
1/4/07

15 ft Malibu John Boat,
18 Horse Johnson, runs,
needs work, 46 lbs.
Minkota Trolling Motor-
NEW, life jackets, pad-
dle, and anchor NEW.
Shorlander Trailer with
new lights and new
wiring. Asking $1200,
please call 407-928-6880.
NASCAR STUFF. 12/21





530
Childcare

CHILDCARE- FLEXI-
BLE HOURS, drop ins
welcome, 2 years and up.
Loving envrionment.
407-913-2241 01/11


560
Home
Improvement



WELL DRILL
PUMPS
Smith Brothers
Marshall Farms Rd.
,OCOEE
656-5883 or
656-4394
Licensed Bonded
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Winter Garden longest es-
tablished electrical con-
tractor serving
Central FL since 1983.
All Service Techs are
LICENSED
Journeymen and Master
Electricians.
For professional results
and competitive rates call
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Miscellaneous

TAX DEED TITLE IN-
SURANCE WITHOUT
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600
Homes for Rent

FOR RENT 2bed-
room/2bath home fully
remodeled. Located in
city limits of Clermont.
Avail immed. $1200 per
month


2bedroom/1 bath home
fully remodeled. Located
in city limits of Clermont.
Avail immed. $850 per
month Call 352-267-
7181 -


3BR/1BA
CANAL
FRONTAGE!
This charming bungalow
is situated in Winter
Garden on a canal to
Lake Sawyer! No HOA,
just park your boat.
Great schools, easy
commute to Disney. Call
407-468-2025(Sheri)
321-948-9296(Lisa)
Windsor Realty Group


TANGELOS
:, .... Reasonably Priced!
At Margroff Grove
First dirt road on left, past
West Orange Lumber.

407-656-5768


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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ACTION ON
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
ZONE CHANGES

NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN thatthe
School Board of Orange County,
Florida, will hold a public hearing
to consider changes that could af-
fect the attendance zones of the
schools as follows:

Apopka High Relief
Apopka High
Edgewater High
Evans High
Ocoee High Gctha/Lakeview Mid-
dle Relief
Gotha Middle
Lakeview Middle
Whispering Oak/
Windermere Elementary Relief
Lake Whitney Elementary
Whispering Oak Elementary
/indermere Elementary
Technical Rezonings
Lake Whitney Elementary
Ocoee Middle

Following the Public Hearing, the
School. Board may take action or
actions that would change the at-
tendance zones of these schools.
These changes would take effect at
the commencement of the 2007-
2008 school year. The technical
rezonings would be effective im-
mediately based upon the School
Board decision. If you reside in the
attendance zone of any of these
schools, you may be affected.

The Public Hearing will be held on
Tuesday, January 23, 2007 for
Apopka High Relief School and
Gotha/Lakevlew Middle Relief
School, at the Educational Leader-
ship Center, School Board Meeting
Room, 445 West Amella Street, Or-
lando, Florida, commencing at 5:30
p.m. The Public Hearing will be held
on Tuesday.' February 131h. 2007
lri NonnhLake PFarF'Vi~la Lakei El.
ementary Relief School,
Sadler/Shingle Creek Elementary
Relief Schoo:l Whispering Oak Win.
dermnire Elerneniry Rellel S:nool
Columbia Targeied Rezorinng and
Technical FRezonmngs ar inr Educa.
iional Leadership Cenrler. School
Board Meeting Room, commenc-
ingrat 5:30 p.m. The purpose of
Ine Publi: Hearing is o give ahleced
persons an opportunity Io presen
evidence and opinion on all issues
under consideration y ine Scnool
Board

The School Board may make iech.
nrcelcr angels 1o rne ololowing rec .
omrenJdarlons and options and
olher sucn moditiraions as are
supported by the eordra The
School Board may take achon to
change the anendan3e ione of inese:
S nools immediately alter the PuD-
I n Hearing

Any person who wishes o10 provide
the School Boalo winn nioromar on
S regarding cos0i ol any nriure as-
socimied with any ol Inese reccT,
mendaiions, or t0 provide a pro.
posal3 or more ecltrcen or more ed
ucaiionaiiy sound c.nool Bound.
3ars is invited 10 do so Any per.
son wno vwisnes to provide ine
School Board wirn onlormallon re-
garding the estimated regulatory
costs ol any or ihese proposals or
a lowest cost regullaory alternative
rmdy do so in waiting wilnin 21 days
after puDiicalton or inis Notice

Any person wishing to appeal any
dec -son made by tIe School Board
will need a recording ol the pro-
ceedirgs and may need o1 ensure
Tnam a verbatim record or the meet-
ing is made. including any rtesi-
mony and evidence upon wnirn the
appeal is 10 be based

I SUMMARY OF PRO-
POSAL it ELEMENTARY. MIDDLE
AND HIGH SCHOOLS

APOPKA HIGH RELIEF SCHOOL 6
STAFF RECOMMENDATION

Tne new scnool is located at 7401
N. Hiawassee Road. Apopka FL
32703

RELIEF SCHOOL
Begin at a point where Keene Road
ends al Late Apopha. east on Keene
Road o Ihe ,nlersection of Marden
Road, nonn on Marden o1 Cleve-
land Road. east on Cleveland it
Sneeler Avenue norh on Sneeler
Avenue to Main Street ISemoran
Blvdi. easl on Main Sreerl Se-
moran Blvd) to Thompson Road,
north on Thompson Rd to Volaw
Road west on Volaw Road to Via
Florence. north on the east side or
Via Florence to Lake McCoy shore-
line, nonnwest to opposite snore-
line to a point in Lake McCoy. east
to Thompson Road, south on
Thompson Road 10 mthe Iniersection
of Pine Oak Coun east on a 11ne
souih ol Llama and Cheetah to Lake
Pleasant Road. north on Lake Pleas-
an Road lo Orchard Road, east on
mie nonh side on Orchard Road to
Wekiwa Springs Road north on
Wekiwa Springs Road to a point
northwest or Majeslic Oak Road.
follow Wehiwa Springs Road as it
bends east la Ire Orange and Semi-
nole Counry boundary souin along
the county line Io Matiland Boule-
vard, east on Maiuland Boulevard
Ito Foresl City Road south on For-
est Clry Road to Kennedy Road,
west parallel lo Wallingron Road n0
a point east of Leon Road southwestl
10 Clarcona-Ocoee Road at the in-
rersecrlon or Edgewaier Drive, west
on Clarcona.Ocoee Road to Apop-
ra-Vineland Road. souin on Apop-
ka-Vineland Road to Hackney-
Prairie Road. west on Hackney
Prairie Road to Clarke Road. nortn
on ClarKe Road to Clarcona-Ocoee
Road. Clarcona-Ocoee Road west
to Ingram Road northwest on In.
gram Road until Ingram turns due
nortn, wesl-nortmwest to SR 429,
north on SR 429 to McCormick
Road. west on McCormick Road to
Ofoee.Apopka Road, soulh on
Ocoee.Apopka Road to a poini
nbrth of Jake Road. west to Walk-
e! Road, north on Walker Road to
a.point north of the end ot Big Ea-
gle Road' wes 10o Lake Apopka. rol-
Ido Lake Apopka snoieline to point
of origin

APOPKA HIGH
Bpgin at a point where Keene Road
ends at Lake Apopka, east on
Keene Road to Marden Road, north
oh Marden Road lo Cleveland Road
east on Cleveland Road to Sheeler
Avenue. nortn on Sneeler Avenue


tq Main Street ISemoran Bival east
on Main Streal lo Thompson Road
north on Thompson Road 10 Votaw
Road, west on Volaw Road to Via


LEGAL

NOTICES]


west to a point west of Sunbinern
Road, southeast through Lave But-
ler'to Chase Road south or 121h
street, follow the snore ol Lake But-
ler, south to the connection to Lake
Louise. southeast to the shore of
Lake Tibet Butler east of Dole Road.
south through Lake Tibet Butler.
through Lake Sheen to a point norlt
ol Fiorldana Road and east ol Win-
ler Garden Vineland Road. west to
tme east side ol Winter Garden
Vlneland. south and easi lollowing


Florence, north on the east side of
Via Florence to Lake McCoy shore-
line, northwest to opposite shore-
line to a point In Lake McCoy,.east
to Thompson Road, south on
Thompson Road to the intersection
of Pine Oak Court, east on a line
south of Llama and Cheetah to Lake
Pleasant Road, north on Lake Pleas-
ant Road to Orchard Road, east on
the north side of Orchard Road to
Wekiwa Springs Road, north on
Wekiwa Springs Road to a point
northwest of Majestic Oak Road,
follow Wekiwa Springs Road as It
bends eastto the Orange and Semi-
nole County line, north along the
county line following the Weklwa
River, follow the county line west
and south along the west bound-
ary, continue along the boundary
along Lake Apopka to the point of
origin.

EDGEWATER HIGH
Begin at a point with a northwest
corner at the intersection of the Or-
ange-Seminole County line and For-
est City Road, east along the Or-
ange-Seminole County line to Or-
lando /vnnue i umrn on Orlando
Avenue to Palmetto Road, northeast
on Palmetto Road to Denning Drive,
south on Denning Drive to Not-
tingham Street, east on the north
side of Nottingham Street to Lake
Shore Drive, south on the west side
of Lake Shore Drive to its northern
intersection at Shoreham Road,
south on the east side of Shorehiam
Road to its end, continue south
though Lake Rowena to Nebraska
Street, east on the north side of
Nebraska Street to Hampton Av-
enue, south on the east side. of
Hampton Avenue to Oregon Street,
east on the.north side of Oregon
Street to Bumby Avenue, south on
Bumby Avenue to Highway 50
(Colonial Drive), east on Colonial
Drive to a point west of Bennett
Road, south into Lake Underhill to
the intersection of the East-West
ExpressWay (SR 408) and Conway
Road, westalong the East-west Ex-
pressway to 1-4, north on 1-4 to
Colonial Drive, west on Colonial
Drive to State Highway 423 (John
Young Parkway), north on.John
Young Parkway to Bay Lake Road,
west on the north side of Bay Lake
Road, continuing due west along a
line and on the south side of South
Lake Orlando Parkwayand Pageant
Wayto Rose of Sharon Drive, north
on the west side of Rose of Sharon
Drive to Rose Petal Lane, west and
north along the south and west side
of Rose Petal Lane to North Lane,
northeast on the north side of
Prinesani Run Road to the south-
east corner of Langdale Road,
north to a point due east of Clarion
Drive if Clarion Drive was extended
easi weNs 1i and or Ire *ouin slie
.I Clarion Drive t1 Pine Mill Road
nunri on ine east ide ol Pine Hills
Road to Claiona-Ocoee Road. ersi
on Clarcona-Ocoee Road to Edge.
water Drive, nonneasi on a line Io
Ihe intersection or Forest City Road
and Kennedy Road nonn on irie
east side of Forest City Road lt the
pointol origin

EvANS HIGH
Stan al Ine rilerseciion of Glarcorna-
Ocoee arid Apopia-Viniland eail
on Clarcona-Ocoee to Pine Hills
Road south on Pine Hills 1t Cl3aI
on. east on Clarion Road t0 its and
soulrh iO me rinnln side ol Pneas-
ani Run. wesil 1 a poini btewerwr
Rose Peral and Signal Hill to a
point ea3E ol and between Njorwalv
and Beaon eait to a point Southn
o1 Rose Pelai soulhn parallel i o KII
tv Haw ,', t poin.i oulri ol Pageantr
casr parallel lu Siumn Li3C Orlian.
di Road to Jonn Young Parkway.
saum on John foung o0 WD Judge
west on WD Judge to Meri,' Road.
souhn on Meriy Io Old Winter Gar-
den Road. wesi on Old Winter Gar-
dern 1o Ivy Road soutn on Ivey to
Piedmont Road. southeast to
Columbia, west on ColumDia to
Willie Mays. nonn on Willie Mays to
Raleign Road. west on Raleign to
Kirkman Road, north on Kirkman
0o Colonial Drive. west on Colonial
10 Hiawassee Road. nortn on Hi-
awassee o1 Silver Siar Road, west
on Silver Star to Lake Stanley Road.
north on Lake SIanley. continue
north as Lake Stanlev becomes
Apopka-Vineland. north on Apop-
.kaVineland to the point ol origin

OCOEE HIGH
The soulnwest corner at the zone
begins at a point along Lake Apop-
ka nortnwe.l or Hearin Glen on a
line that continues along Courtla
Park Road. sourneast to Division
Road. easi on Division and beyond
to West Crc'wn Point Road. south on
West Crown Poini 1o Plani Streel
(SR 438i, east on Plant Streel to
SR 429. sourn on SR 429 to Colo-
nial Drive east on Colonial ro HI-
awassee Road nonron nHiawasste
1o Silver Star Road. weit on Silver
Slar to Lake Stanley nonn on Lake
Stanley, continue north as Lake
Stanley nercomes Apopka-Vineland.
nortr on ApopKa-Vineland to Hack-
ney-Prame Road. West on Hack-
ney-Pralne to Clarke Road. north
10 Clarcona-Ocoee Road, Clarcona-
Ocoee west to Ingram Road, north-
west on Ingram until Ingram turns
due north wesl-nortnwest to
SR429. norn on 429 to McCormick
Road. west on Me Cormick Road to
Ocoee-ApopKa Road. souln on
Ocoee-Apopka to a point north of
Jake Road west to Walker Road.
nornn on Walker to a point norh ol
Ihe end or01 Big Eagle Road resl 10
Lake Apopfa. Souln along tIe snore
01 LaKe Apopka to Ime point of ori-
gin

GOTHALAKEVIEW MIDDLE RELIEF
SCHOOL I STAFF RECOMMENDA-
TION

The new school ls located at 5660
Trny Road. Winter Garden, FL
34;87

RELIEF SCHOOL
Begin at ine nornnwesr corner wnre
Johns Lake meerts Ime Oange-Lake
County line. southeast toward 10
StoneyBrook' West Parkway,. t
Avalon Rd ICR 5451, northeacl con-
ilnue soulneast Irorm ine snore or
Black Lake Inrough Lake Tilden to
SltoneyBrooK West Parkway. east
on SroneyBrook West to a poini
west ol Lake Reaves easi toward
Lake Reaves. lust west ot Lake
Reaves south to a point east oft Lake
Roberls, east to Maghlire Road.
South on Maguire to Windermere
Road, west on Windermere I0 a
point west of Carter Grove Road,
soulh to a point along the eastern
shore ol Lake Crescent, follow tne
shore of Lake Ciescent soutn and


east 10 L3ke Reaves. sOUth to 3
poini norm of Lake Roberts Court
east 10 McGuiie. north on McGuire
to me point of origin

LAKEVIEW MIDDLE
Begin at the northwest corner at a
point west of the end ol Fullerls
Cross at Lake Apopua east on
Fullerls Cross to West Crown Point
Road. south on Wesi Crown Point
to Crown Point Cross Road west
on Crown Point Cros' continue be-


the curve of Winter Garden Vineland
to Buena Vista Boulevard, south on
Buena Vista, continue on Buena
Vista west to a point north of the
Epcot Center Road at 1-4 off ramp,
south to 1-4, south on 1-4 to the Dr-
ange-Osceola County line, west on
the county line to the Orange-Lake
County line, north on the county
line to the point of origin.

GOTHA MIDDLE
Begin at the northwest corner at a
point north of the intersection of
Woodlawn Cemetery Road on Colo-
nial Drive, east on Colonial Drive to
a point just west of Kirk Road,
south to Chantry Street, east on
Chantry to a point centered north
of Lake Barbett, south through Lake
Barbett to Washington Road, south-
west to Powers Drive, south on
Powers to Old Winter Garden Road,
southeast to a point west of Par-
.rish Road, south to Carter Street,
west on Carter to Hiawassee Road,
south on Hiawassee to the Florida
Turnpike, northwest along the Turn-
pike to Apopka-Vineland Road,
south on Apopka-Vineland to a
point south of Harbor Isle Road,
east to a point in Lake Down, south
through Lake Down passing west
of Jennifer Lane and continuing to
a point in Lake Bessie, west
through land south of 12th Street
to Chase Road, northwest into Lake
Butler to the shore of Lake Cres-
cent, follow the shoreline eastward
continue as it bends north, west to
a point west of Tryon Place, north
to Windermere Road, east on Win-
dermere to Maguire Road, north on
Maguire to Park Ridge-Gotha Road,
northeast On Park Ridge-Gothato a
point just south of 7th Ave-Win-
dermere Down Road, north tocon-
nect with 7th Avenue, continue
north on 7th to a point northwestof
Lily Oaks Road, east around the
north side of Lily Oaks and Seminole
Street to Blackwood Ave, north on
Blackwood Ave to Old Winter Gar-
den Road, east on Old Winter Gar-
den to SR 408, east on SR 408 to
Woodlawn Cemetery Road, north
to the point of origin.

LAKEVIEW MIDDLE
Begin at the northwest corner at a
point west of the end of Fulleris.
Cross at Lake Apopka. east on
Fulleris Cross to West Crown Point
Road .':'lo"n on We.l CruOwn Point
Io Crown Pijini Cr:'-. Rod we i
.,:n Crown Point Cr'.s ':nminut be
yond Hennis Road to a point on the
west and south borders of Coven-
Ir/ su['di'lisLin .iuln io division
Shleie ea.il or Diviaron 10 a poin'i Ll U
weAl oi Jean Srleer. foul1n 0 C010
nial Drie. e .i on Colonial to a poini
north :oi Woodlawn Cemetery Road.
sourh on Woodlawn Cemeltry i,
SR 408 wesl on ;-R 403 i t Old
WInler Garden Road wust on Olo
Winer Garden ri Blackwood Av-
enue. Blackwood souln to a poini
norn ol Seminole Sireel wesi par.
allel to Seminole. nonh, wesil amnd
sourn around Lild Oar0' onlinue
ouln lining 71h Avenue and con.
tinuinl saouln bevynd 7tin Avenue
to Parri Ridge Gor. a Road south
wesi on Park Ridge Gotha Io
Maguire Road. west in a poinl easi
01 L.ke Roberts nrirnh t, a poilri
Wesi ol L3ak Reaves wesl to
tloneybrook We;l Parkway souIn-
wei- on Stoneyorooik West 10 a
poini souin 01 Lake Tilden. north
weitl o1 Ihe norih side 01 BlacK Lake
Oulrhweil TO a poini rnorn or Marsn
Road northwest to a point where
Johnis LaFe meei ide Orange La e
county line norh on Tie courry line
to Lake Apopka northeast on Ime
ri,:rec or Lape Apopia tf Inre poirm
01 aliqri

GOTHA LAKEVIEW MIDDLE RE-
LIEF SCHOOL it ALTERNATIVE

Tne new school is located at 5660
Tiny Road. Winner Garden FL
34877

RELIEF SCHOOL
Begin at thn nortriwel comer wonere
Jonnis Ljke meeitl Ine Orange-Lake
Coulny line. courneas.t oward to
SioneyBrook West Parkway Ien
nonneast to Avalon Rd ICR 5451.
continue soutreasi imI Iro e shore
ol Black Lake, through Lake Tuiden
to StonevBrook Wes Parkway easi
on SloneyBrook West to a point
norln of Rooens Point Drive souln
to a point west oi Waler Point
Boulevard, soulnwest along ihe
. horse ol Lake Lunt: o a poini norti
or Sunsel Lake. Drive souireail
to a point north or Snadow Bend
soul 10 Lake Buller Boulevard
east on Lake Butler Boulevard 10
Parr Avenue. soutin irough Lake
Butler to a poitl eat ol Kelso Boult -
yard wes Ito Cnhse Road s:uil onr
Chase lu Cypress Canase south-
east on Cypress Chase. continue
souln to a point east ol Hawksnead
Coun. eait lo a poinl north or Dole
Circle proceed souln Ihrough Lake
Tibet Burler. Ihrougn LakR Sheen
to a point north of Floridana Road
and east or Winrer Garden vineland
Road. west to Ine east lide ot Win-
Iir Garden Vrneland. south and east
Following the curve *l Winter Gar-
den Vineland to Buena Vista Boule-
vard, south on Buena Visla. con-
linue on Buena Visla west to a point
norh ol the Epcol Center Road a1 I-
4 off ramp south through the in-
eisec[iion 1o 1.4 south on 1-4 to the
Orange-Osceula County line west
on Ine county line to the Olange-
Lake County line, norm on tme Coun
ry line to Ine poini ol origin

GOTHA MIDDLE
Begin at ihe ihnlesecon ol Maguire
Road and Colonial Drive (Highway
50). easl on Colonial Dnve lo a poini
lusI west ot Kirk Road inen souih
to Chantry Street east on Cnantry
to a poinl tendered norm of Lak:e
Barben. soulh Ihrough Lake Bar-
oen to Wasnlnglon Road then
'outnwest ro Powelrs Drive south
on Powers to Old Winler Garden
Ro'ad, then souneasi to10 a poini
wesi 01 Parris Road then soutn
Io Carter Street. wesi on Carter to
Hiawassee Road. south on HI-
awassee to the Florida Turnpike,
nortnwesI along the Turnpike 10
Apopka-Vineland Road south on
ApopKa-Vlneiand io a point soulh
01 Harbor Isle Road. easIl 1 a polnt
in Lake Down Soulh Ihrougn Lake
Down passing inrough west of Jan-
nller Lane and continuing t10o a point
in Lake Bessie. mhen west through
land soulh or 121n Sireel o1 Chase
Road northwest Inmo Lake Buller
to Park Avenue and Lake Buller
west on Lake Buller to McKinnon
Drive, norln on MrKinnon to a point
west of Winder Bay Boulevard.
northwest to a point wes. ol Lunrz
Point Lane. nonn to Stale Road 429


O1 Souln Lake Sawyer Road west *
on Souit Lake Sawyer conllnue
passed ine end ol Souln Lake
Sawyer to Ficquene-Hancock Road.
north on Ficquetle-Haniock. con-
rinue north as it comes Winter
Garden Vineland to We.t Lake ButL
let Road, wemi on Wear Lake Buller
to Winter Garden Vnmeland Road
nortn on Winter Garden Vineland
to the point ol oigin

WHISPERING OAK, WINDERMERE


yond Hennis Road to a point on the
west and south borders of Coven-
try subdivision, south to division
Street, east on Division to a point Just
west o f Jean Street, then south to
Colonial Drive, east on Colonial to
a point north of Woodlawn Ceme-
tery Road, south on Woodlawn
Cemetery to SR 408, west on SR
408 to Old Winter Garden Road,
weston Old Winter Garden to Black-
wood Avenue, south on Blackwood
to a point north of Seminole Street,
west parallel to Seminole then
north, west and south around Lily
Oakscontinue south joining 7th
Avenue and continuing south be-
yond 7th Avenue to Park Ridge
Gotha Road, southwest on Park
Ridge Gothato Maguire Road, pro-
ceed west to a point east of Lake
Roberts, then north to a point west
of Lake Reaves, west to Stoney-
brook West Parkway, southwest on
Stoneybrook West to a point south
of Lake Tilden, northwest to the
north side of Black Lake, south-
west to a point north of Marsh
Road, northwest to a point where
Johnis Lake meets the Orange/Lake.
county line, north on the county line
to Lake'Apopka, northeast on the
shore of Lake Apopka to the point
of origin.

WHISPERING OAK/WINDERMERE
ELEMENTARY RELIEF SCHOOL i
STAFF RECOMMENDATION

The new school Is located at 12050
Overstreet Rd, Orlando, FL, 32836,

RELIEF SCHOOL
Begin at the northwest corner at
McKinney Road and the Orange-
Lake County line, east on the south
side of McKinney to SR 429, north
on SR 429 to Winter Garden
Vineland Road (CR 535), south on
Winter Garden Vineland to West
Lake Butler Boulevard, east to Win-
ter Garden Vineland, south on Win-
ter Garden Vineland continuing as
it becomes Ficquette Hancock Road
to a point south of Swansea Road,
east to South Lake Sawyer Road,
southeast along the south side of
Lagoon Road to Winter Garden
Vineland, south on Winter Garden
Vineland to Chase Road, east op
Chase to a point west of Camden
Park Road, southeast toward
Cranebrook Road southwest to the
southern shore of Lake Burden,
south to the north side of Winter
Garden Vineland, southeast along
the north side of Winter Garden
Vineland to a point south of Eaglels
Loop Road, east to Lake Tibet But-
er ioutInriougn Lake Tinel BuI-
.er over land and inrough Like
Sheen continuing to G C Equestri-
an Road, west on G C Equestrian
to Winter Garden.Vineland Road,
south on Winter Garden Vineland
to.Buena Vista Road, south on Bue-
na Vista until Buena Vista bears
southwest, at this point continue
east to 1-4, southwest along 1-4 to
Ihe Orarne.'Osceola Couniv line.
wet[ along ine ::ounry line 10 rlh
Orange-Lake Couniry lne norn on
Ine country line Io Ihr point ot ori-
gin.

LAKE WHITNEY ELEMENTARY
:Begin at a point at Ihe nonntweil
corner oi ine iniersecilon ot Hign-
way 50 (Colonial Drive) and Mar-
snall Farms Road east on Colonial
Drive to a pomin directly nor n ol
Woodlawn Cemolery Road souln
on Woodlawn Cemetery Road to
State Highway 408 iEaii-Wei: E'-
pressway. west on ine East-Wesi
Expresway to Old,WinterGarden
Road, west on Old Winter Garden to
the intersection of Old Winter Gar-
den and Bluford Ave (Old Profes-
sional Parl'waji sOuth Irt e Flohr-
da Turnpihe wes 1to Maguire
Road south on Maguire to a point
lu l north o0 Park Ridge Gotha
Road. West along mhe soudern
shores ol Lak-s Miti, Rnea. and
Wnriney 1o a point lusi soutn of ie
inersection oI Windermere Rosa.
and Walker Pond Road. souih on
tre wesi side ol Windermere Road
to McKinnon Road. along me nonh
and west sides o0 McKinnon Road
10 WesI Lake Buller Road le'.ciud
Ing Lake Roberts Couri, west on
Lake Butler Road to Winier Garden-
Vinelanad iCR 535) nonn on Win-
ter GardenVirneland to SioneyBruc.
West Parwray east to a point lus1
nornnwerl r Roberlis Point Road
nornn o Horni Grove Road east o
Reaves Road norn to Roper Street
east on Roper continue east as a ne-
comes Cemeitery Streel IBeulan
Roadi, am the end at Cemetery go
northI1 Warrior Road east on War-
rior 10 Windermere Road Winder-
mere north to Marsnall Farms Road
to the point ol origin

WHISPERING OAK ELEMENTARY '
Begin al a point wimtin Johnis Lalij
al the Orange.Lake County line east
to a poini jusI wesl of the eastern
snore of JonlsL Lake north Io Hwy
50 Colonial Drivel. east to Winler
Garden Vineland Road CRA 535)
continue soulh on Ficquene Han-
cock Rd to Ficquene Rd. go wes-
nonhwesl south ol ErrnngolO Dr)
to Ine southweslern snore ol Lake
Reams weatl o nme Orange'Lake
County line nrorl along the counr
ry line to the point ol origin

WINDERMERE ELEMENTARi'
Begin at Ihe nonhwusl corner at ihe
intersection of Winter Garden
Vineland Road ICR 535r and Lak.e
Buller Boulevard. easl on Lake But-
ler to MinKmnon Road north on
Mi.Kinnn to include Lake RoBerts
Court east on McKinnon to Win-
dermere Road nonn on Winder-
mere to a point souln ol Lake Wnl-
ney easi 0o Maguire Road Maguire
.ouin to W,,nder Road east on
Wonder to Lake Down follow Ine
snore ol Lake Down soutn. Pas and
non to10 me nonn side ol Ron Den
Road east on Inh normnn side or Ron
Den to Apopka-Vlneland Road
outln on Apopva-vineiand Road to
a point nonnh ol Palm Lake Road
west between Nonn Bay Road and
Bayward Road inrougn Lake
Blancnhe Ino Lake Cnase south
wllnin Lake Chase to0 ie southern
snorp d1 La:e TID1e Buller. north-
west Io a point east ol me nortnnern
Pnd ol Sunsel Blvd west to Winler
Garden Vmeland. nornnwesi along
Winter Garden Vineland to Leeland
Archer Rd north to Lake Burden,
follow tne shore of Lake Burden
east and nortn to tne nortneast cot
ner, nornn to the north side of Chase
Road easl on me nonn-nonhwest
side of Cnase Road to Ihe east side
ol Winter Garden vlneland north
on tne east side o1 Winter Garden
Vineland Road to a point north ol
Glenmuir Road, west to Lake Bun
Iollow the shore ol Lake Butt north


R'e

Overview

The Orange County Public School
Disrinc continues It epernence sig-
nificanl growth in it student en-
rollment This ro in has necessi-
lated Ine conslrucilon of Inree newa
elementary schools, one new mla-
die school and one new high school
that are scheduled Io open for Ime
2007-2008 school year


ELEMENTARY RELIEF SCHOOL i
ALTERNATIVE

The new school is located at 12050
Overstreet Rd, Orlando, FL, 32836

RELIEF SCHOOL
Begin at the northwest corner at
McKinney Road and the Orange-
Lake County line, east to the south-
ern shore of Lake Reams east
southeast (south of Earthgold Dr) to
Fiquette Rd, north to Fiquette Han-
cock Rd, continue north on Fiquette
Hancock to a point south of
Swansea Road, east to South Lake
Sawyer Road, southeast along the
south side of Lagoon Road to Win-
ter Garden Vineland Road, south
on Winter Garden Vineland to Chase
Road, east on Chase to a point west
of Camden Park Road, southeastto-
ward Cranebrook Road southwest
to the southern shore of Lake Bur-
den, south to the north side of Win-
ter Garden Vineland Road, south-
east along the north side of Winter
Garden Vineland to a point south
of Eagles Loop Road, east to Lake
Tibet Butler, south through Lake
Tibet Butler, over land and through
Lake Sheen continuing to G C
Equestrian Road, west on G C
Equestrian to Winter Garden
Vineland Road, south on Winter'
Garden Vineland to Buena Vista
Road, south on Buena Vista until
Buena Vista bears southwest, at
this point continue east to 1-4,
southwest along 1-4 to the Orange-
Osceola County line, west along the
county line to 'the Orange-Lake
County line, north on the county
line to the point of origin.

LAKE WHITNEY ELEMENTARY
Begin at a point at the northwest
corner of the intersection of High-
way 50 (Colonial Drive) and Mar-
shall Farms Road, east on Colonial
Drive to a point directly north of
Woodlawn Cemetery Road, south
on Woodlawn Cemetery Road to
SR 408 (East-West Expressway),
west on the East-West Expressway
to Old Winter Garden Road, west
on Old Winter Garden to the inter-
section of Old Winter Garden and
Bluford Ave. (Old Professionals
Parkway), south to the Florida
Turnpike, west to Maguire Road,
south on Maguire to a point just
north of Park Ridge Gotha Road;
west along the southern shores of
Lakes Mitzi, Rhea, and Whitney to
a pointjust south of the intersection
of Windermere.Road and Walker
Pond Road, south on the west side
of Windermere Road to McKinnon
Road, along the north and west
sides of McKinnon Road to Lake
Butler Road (excluding Lake
Roberts Court), west on West Lake
Butler Road to Winter Garden-
Vineland Road (CR 535),-north on
Wmier r arden-vineland Iu a poini
souln ol1 'St oryBroio Wil F'air-
way, east to a point just northwest
of Robertis Point Road, north to
Home Grove Road,east to Reaves
uoad north 10 Roper Streel k3si
on Roper continue easi as II be-
coTrie- CemTfer/ Silrel iBeulan
'oad. al mhe end ol Cemetery go
-)nn Io Warrior Road easi on War-
-jr to Wmndermere Road Winder
Tinre nonn to MIarshall Farms Road

WHISPERING OAK ELEMENTARY '
Begin al a point wninn jonnis Lake
at ine Orange-Lake Counry line.
east Io a poini justI west or Ie .ast-
err more of Jhnnls Lake nortn 1m0
SHwy 50 IColonial Drivel east 10
Winter Garden Vineland Road ICR
535).: ourn to Roper Road. eaii o1
a point in line with Reaves Road,
south to join with Reaves, west to
3 point Touth of Dallington Road
soutn Ihr:ugri StornevBroo'ik We:r
Park.way to a point northwest 01
Water Point Romo west 1, Winler
Garden Vineland. inonn it SR 429
west on SR 429. continue south-
west on SR 42910 McKinne, (llew
Independence Road. MicKnney
wesi lta ne Orange-Lake Counry
line. nonn along the county line lo

ine point or origin

WINDERMERE ELEMENTARY'

Begin al the nonrhwvsi r(orner l the
inlerseclion ol Winter Garden
Vineland Road ICR 535i and Lake
Buller Boulevard east on Laae Bul-
ler to McKinnon Road. north on
McKinnon to include Lave Rooerit
Court east on McKinnon To Win-
dermere Road. nonn on Winder-
mere to a poini south o0 Lake Wnill
ney eas3510 Maguire Roid Maguire
souIn to Wonder Road east on
Wonder 10 Lak. Down follow tme
snore ol Lake Down souih east ano
north Io the nortn side ,l) Ron 06n
Road. east on the nonn side ol Ron
Den to Apopka-Vinemand Road
souln on Apopla-Vineland Roaad ol
a poinl nornh or Palm Lake Roaa
weit between North Bay Road and
Baywara Road through Lak3
Blanche, into Lake Ch]se. souln
whminr Lake Chnae to10 e souliern
shore ,l Lake TIDoi Bu ler north.
weis to a poini eaii o Ithe nornherr
end of Sunset Blvd west to Winter
Garden Vineland Rd northnwes
along Winter Garden Vineland iT,
Leeland Aicner Rd norh-to Ldke
Burden. follow the shore ol Lake
Burden east and norn to the nornh
easi corner, nortn to the north side
o1 Chase Road. east on the north-
nonhwest side 01 Chase Road i,
the east side ot Winter Carden
Vineland Road. north on the east
side ol Winter Garden Vinelano
Road no a poinl nonnr ol Glenmuirl
Road wsl 10 Lak'e Butt. Lollow ine
shore ot Lake Bun north ro Souam
Laike Sawyer Road west on South
Lak'e Sawyer, conhlnue passed nhe
end Soulith Lake Sasyer to Fic .
qlueneHancocI: Road north on Fic,
quette-Hanc3-i continue nr.,nnh
II becomes Winter Garden vineland
to10 West Lake Butler Road. west on
West Lake Buller to Winier Garden
VIrniland Road north on Wilnir
Garden vineland 10 nhe point 1 ol -
gin

TECHNICAL REZONINGS- STAFF
RECOMMENDATION

B RONSONIS LANDING SUBDIVI-
SION
Rezone all ot Bronsonis Landing
suudivision wnicn is east of Win-
ler Garden-Vineland Rd and south
ot Stoneybrook West Parkway to
Lake Wnitney Elementary

COVINGTON PARK SUBDIVISION
Rezone all ol Covington Park sun-
drvision which is located nortm of
Division and west ot Hennis to
Ocoee Middle Scnool

II. EXPLANATOR t INFORMATION
AND ESTIMATED COSTS SUMMA-


Tne iniirator OI Ine proposed anen-
danaee ione angels is Ranald
Blocker, Superinlenderni ol In Or-
ange Counry PUDlic Sinools A lnal
decision will be made by the School
Board of'Orarge County, Florida.

.These modifications are authorized
under.Sections 230.03(2), 230.22,
230.23, 230.232, Florida Statutes,
to implement Section 230.232,
Florida Statutes.

IV. AVAILABILITY OF
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Copies ofthe proposed attendance
zones are available between ine
hours cr 7 30 am nand 4 30 p m
Monday through Friday, at the Ed-
ucational Leadership Center, Pupil
Assignment Onice. 445 West
Amella .Stree Orlando. Floridi Ad-
d1lional iniormaioon crj ctrnrng
Iransponiaolon iacililLe. starling
rma3erias and supplies can eO ohb
lined lrom the orlices ol School
Board Services 445 West Amella
Street Orlanrio Florida 32801


Ronald Bloc ker
Superenienlni

12,14 1Z 21 '


Request for
Qualifications.
Swimming Pool
Renovation

The Cily or Winler Garden is ac-
ceptng proposal irom cerlilled
pool conrratiors 1or pool renova
lion: to include resunracng., iiter
replacement pool decic renovation
and other necessary repair work.
DelaIis are available by telling 407-
656 4155 or at1 www wintergarden-
II gov SealeO proposals are Being
accepted a 1 Surprise Dr in Win-
rle Garden through 5 00 pm on Jan
4th, 2007.

12,14. 12i21



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following vehicles o the nighesi
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wee' prior am Ilenor facility iniur-
iesed pjnaie call 954,893-0052
Sale date 01-11-07; 10 00 a1m 0 -
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er or Iennoider nas a rigtn 10 a hear.
ing prior 10 mhe scheduled date of
. sale by ling with the Clerk of
Courts Owner,'Lienholder may re-
cover vehicle wihoul Instiluiing Iu-
iciai proceedings by posting bond
as per FL SiaL 559 917 25'. buy-
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Procedures

Rezoning options/recommenda-
tionswere discussed by the School
Board in a public workshop meet-
ing on December 4, 2006, pursuant
to a notice published in the Orlan-
do Sentinel and other local papers.
In addition, various options were
presented by staff members at:
West Orange High School on Oc-
tober 26 for Whispering Oak/Win-
dermere Elementary Relief School,
West Orange High School on Oc-
tober 30 for Gotha/Lakeview Middle
Relief School, and Apopka High
School on November 1 for Apopka
High Relief School. Notice of this
meeting was given by each school
involved in rezoning. Rezoning ad-
visory committees were established
for providing firsthand community
involvement in the development of
the options.

Preliminary Preparation Cost

Various materials and supplies used
to prepare and present the recom-
mendations to the Board and the
public are projected to cost ap-
proximately $3,000.

Impact on Construction, Furniture,
and Equipment

Costs associated with opening an el-
ementary school are approximate-
ly $14,000,000. Costs associated
with opening a middle school are
approximately $24,000,000. Costs
associated with opening a high
school are. approximately
$100,000,000.

Staffing

Additional staff needs should result
more from increased enrollment
and/or program changes than from
rezoning. However, as a result of
these changes, staff would be more
evenly distributed between the
schools. Some additional admin-
istrative staff may be necessary.

School Board Allocations for Ma-
terials and Supplies

There would be a limited impact on
school materials and supplies for
students as a consequence of re-
zoning because the budget alloca-
tions are based on projected en-
rollments, which should not be sig-
nificantly affected by the opening
of the new schools and the chang-
ing of attendance zones.

Impact on Overcrowding

Based on student population pro-
jectiors for the 2007-2008 school
year, the rezoning recommenda-
tions wiill reduce Overcrowirding ai
e:iioned ielmenlary mOddle
schools, and high Schools.

Other Considerations

NO: imr30ii on .:m11 buliine:se', or
mai lrllel is nlAUTHOYpled
ill. AUTHORITY


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lice 01 Ioreclosure ol Lienn and inenti
10 sell vehicles pursuanil to sub.
section ;'713 ;8 oI Florida
Statdtesthal on i.2.07 10 00am
at 119 5th St Winter Garden, FI
34787-3613. Slys Towing & Re-
covery reserve ngni 1io aicepl or re.
jecl any and/or all bids

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE Tne Marriage oi
LLUCIEINIIE BAUDUi'
Penitioner/Wife
and CASE NO OR 06-18543
RespondenUHusband



NOTICE OF ACTION

TO WILFRID BAUDU
(OU ARE HEREB'r NOTIFIED mna
an action for the Petition for Dis-
solulion ol Marriage has been filed
against you in Ine above referenced
case lou are required to serve a
copy or your wrinen delensez II
any, to it on counsel for Petitioner,
Brendan F. Linnane, Esquire, whose
address is 636 West Yale Street,
Orlando Florida 32804 on or be-
lore Jan 11 2006 and fie Ine orig-
Inal win Ine Clerk or ine Court, Do-
mestic Relations Division, at 435
North Orange Avenue, Orlando,
Florida 32801 II you liio lo do so a
defaulr will be entered against vou
tor the relief demanded in ne Penl
tion.

Witness my hand and seal of this
court on Nov 29 2006
L'fDIA GARNER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
CHRISTINA GARRETT
By: CIRCUIT COURT SEAL

Deputy Clerk


INC of 1050 N MILLS AVE, OR-
LANDO
lienor: CLARK TIRE & AUTOMO-
TIVE, I, 13062 W COLONIAL DR,
WINTER GARDEN
phone: 407-656-7004

#ORGD135 lien amt $2420.001996
CADILLAC 4D
vin#1G6KD52Y9TU243514
reg:GENEVA COX NORRIS of 920
NW 33 DR, FT LAUDERDALE
cus:JOHN DOE of
l.h:POSTAL & PROFESSIONAL CU
of PO BOX 9264, FT LAUDERDALE
lienor:FIVE STAR OF CENTRAL
FLORI, 2199 LEE RD, WINTER
PARK
phone: 407-628-4332

#ORGD136 lien amt $2344.10
1994 BMW' 4D vin#WBA-
HE6327RGF29440
reg:BEN E ANTONINE of 5305
SAN ANTONIO AVE. #209, OR-
LANDO
cus:JOHN DOE of
I.h:NONE of
lienor:AFFORDABLE MERCEDES-
BENZ & 2010 W WASHINGTON
ST, ORLANDO
phone: 407-843-0300

#ORGD137 lien amt $4150.00
1994 DODGE PK
vin#1B7FL26X3RW136697
reg:DAVID CHARLES TURNER of
3612 PINE RIDGE RD, ORLANDO
cus:DAVE of
I.h:NORWEST FINANCIAL .of
2519 MCMULLEN BOOTH RD
S501, CLEARWATER
lienor:T & A TRANSMISSION &
AUTOM, 6220 ALL AMERICAN
BLVD STE 4, ORLANDO
phone:407-375-5732

AUTO LIEN & RECOVERY EX-
PERTS, INC
PO BOX 813578
HOLLYWOOD, FL 33081-000
(954) 893-0052

12/21


Town of Oakland

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING -VARIANCE

VAR 06-04, 518 W. Henschen Av-
enue

The Board of Zoning Adjustment
will hear a variance request to ali
low a side yard setback of 6 ft. in-
stead of required 7.5 ft.

The request will be heard by the
Board of Zoning Adjustment and
Appeals at the following time'and
Place:
Date: January 11, 2006
Where: Town Center Meeting Hall
221 N. Arrington Street
Time: 7:00 P.M.

A copy of the proposed amendment
may be inspeiled 31 ihe Town uGI
Oaj 3ind Torn Hall >i..ing relgulr
buuariri nrou'. 31 230 N Tuno
Street, Oakland, Florida: All hear-
ings are open to the public. Any in-
terested party is invited to offer
riommern i 3aout inc. requeST sl ine
pUOlii njrring ,jr in viwring I. Ine
Towniol 3Olanan PO OB. 98 Ojr.-
lana FL 34.60. or by er-mril o plan-
ning@oaktownusa.com. Any par-
ty appealing a land use decision
arrij at a public: he ring iTmul .e
3ure in1 a ve'rDalmTi ri-e:[rd l 0 Ih
procLedings is made. wlin:h in-
cludes.the evidence and testimony
that is the basis of the appeal.

The time and/or location of public
hearings are subject to change.
Changes are announced at the ini-
31al scheduled hearing Niotice ol
any change wUill nAot e purlil'ne
or mialed

Any person needing special ac-
commodatibns at attend a public
hearing must contact Linda Bal-
savage. T.own Cierk ati 407656-
I11; at le3as 24 nourn s ielire Ire
meeting

12/21



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE


2000 FORD. VIN#
IFAFPSSLlt'.A25838
1993 HONDA, VIN#
2HGEJ224XPH502147
2000 MITSUBISHI, VIN#
4A3AC84LOYE099610
1995 TOYOTA, VIN# -
2T1AE09B3SC103996
1994 LINCOLN,VIN#
1LNLM82W2RY650752

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


12/7,12/14,12/21,12/28



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR THE NINTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF CASE
NO: 48-2006-CP-001596-0

ADAM JONATHAN MORALES,
PROBATE DIVISION
Deceased.
/


NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the Estate
of ADAM JONATHAN MORALES,
deceased, whose date of death was
September 12, 2004, is pending in
the Circuit Court for ORANGE Coun-
ty, Florida, Probate Division, File
Number 48-2006-CP-001596-0; the
address of which is 425 North Or-
ange Avenue, Orlando, Florida
32801. The names and addresses
of the Personal representative and
the Personal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons who have claims for
demands against Decedent's es-
tate, including unmatured, contin-
gent, or unliquidated 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
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (30)
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ONTHEM.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OFTHIS NOTICE IS: De-
cember 7;2006.

F. DOUGLAS MCKNIGHT ESQUIRE
Florida Bar No. 095012
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive
126 East Jefferson Street
Post Office Box 3695
Orlando, Florida 32802-3695
Telephone: (407) 843-3252
Facsimile: (407) 649-3038

Personal Representative
GRICEL ALMODOVAR
Personal Representative

12/14,12/21



Notice of Public Sale

Aug lii'io lr Itie r, llowilnr] i erl:l t
wll tohd rnl oin January 2-i00' i
8 ID0. m ji 1l5r 10 r Fori. Rinjad.
Oriljarili FI j3281 or i me wing
and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78 Terms are Cash

199' Fuor Tauru .
virFAFP5'31J?.,*A89287

MD Towing reserves theright to
a:epi r rr1'c iany na il taids
1t'21


Notice of Public Sale

Auction for the following vehicles
will be held on January 4, 2007 at
8:00 a.m. at 1510 N. Forsyth Road,
Orlando, FI32807 for the towing
and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78 Terms are Cash

1995 Honda Civic
'Vin#1HGEG8651SL046538

MD Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids.
12/21



Notice of Public Sale

Auction lor in ialliowning vnrwn.le
ill be nheld on .iarnarv 5 20107 at
8 00 aim il 1510 N Fori.yli Road
Orlando. FI 328l0 for Ine lowing
and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78 Terms are Cash

1993 Chevrolet
Vin#2G1WL14T7P9159859.
MD Towing reserves the right to.
accept or relei any ana an1 biDs.
12/21


Notice of Public Sale
Auction for the following vehicles
will De reld on January 6 2007 at
800 a m ail 510N ForS.yih Road
Orlanao. FI "28)0. lor IhN lowing
and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78 Terms are Cash

1987 Cadillac
Vin#1G6DW51Y3H9764033
1991 Honda CRX
Vin#JHMED836XMS005305
1991 Mitsubishi
Vin#4A3CU26A5ME108925

MD Towing reserves the right to
accept or reject any and all bids..
12/21


RAINBOW TITLE & LIEN INC
3389 Sheridan Streel. PMB 221 .
Hollywood FI 33021l
(9541 920-6.02')

NOTICE OF SALE.
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will sell
at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suant to Chapter 713.78 of the Flori-
da Stialues on January 4, 2007 at
70AM

*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*

2003 DODGE, VIN#
1B3ES56C13D236492
1995 HONDA, VIN#JHM-
.RA1878SC024378
*1996 NISSAN, VIN#
1N4AB42D4TC5E6744
1995 MAZDA,
VIN#1YVGE22C8S5381812
2005 HONDA, VIN#
2HGES16515H501069
1997 MERCURY, VIN#
2MELM75WXVX62590&
2000 CHRYSLER, VIN#
3C3EL55H8YT231174


The Board wiIl dls: uss Ine bsi-
ness ol Ine elabiSohment ol a Gen
eral Aviation Airport in West Orange
County.

R. Patrick Phillips, Board Member
200 North Thornton Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
Telephone: 407/425-7676


CM K


West Orange Times 5C


Thursday, December 21, 2006 TheI


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

12/21



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

ON 01-02-07 AT 9:00 AM AT
RALPH JOHNSON TOWING, 11409
W. COLONIAL DR. OCOEE, FLORI-
DA. THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES
WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH FORTHE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT SUBSECTION 713.78 OF
THE FLORIDA STATUES. SOME OF
THE VEHICLES POSTED MAY
HAVE ALREADY BEEN RELEASED
AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SALVAGE
SALE.

96 PLYM 4D VIN
#1P3ES27C3TD550740

RALPH JOHNSON'S TOWING SER-
VICE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
ACCEPTOR REJECT ANY AND ALL
BIDS. BIDDING BEGINS AT THE
AMOUNT OWED. ALL VEHICLES
SOLD AS IS. NO WARRANTY'S
AND NO GUARANTEE OF TITLES.
CALL 407-656-5617.

12/21



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
01/19/2007,08:00 am at 103 S. Or-
ange Blossom Trail Orlando, FI
32805, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statues. Hugh-.
es Towing & Recovery reserves the
right to accept or reject any and/or
all bids.

1FUPDXYB9SH581674 1995
FREiGHTLirJER
SGr ICTI13SR5K.111622 1989
CHEVROLET
JH4DC54804S009277 2004 ACU-
RA

12/21



NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
01/12/2007, 08:00 am at 103 S. Or-
ange Blossom Trail Orlando, FI
32805, pursuant to subsection
713.78 ofthe Florida Statues. Hugh-
es Towing & Recovery reservesthe
rightto accept or reject any and/or
all bids.

ItFAF P5Sb 3I'tU.A;, 19'49 FORD
1FALP55lriJ'N29i59 1992 FORD
IFMOU32,3NUE14404 1992 FORD
2B4GP4J39.rR63561' 2a00
DODGE '
2G4WF14L4AP14607, 13199? BUICK
4M2O'DViiWTDJ06609 1996
MERCLIR
JM2UF1131J03374791988 MAZ-
DA

12/21



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

IN RE: ESTATE OF PROBATE DIVI-
SION
MARIA RODRIGUE:, File No:,48-
0 2006 C P-003005-0
Deceased. Division:l

NOTICE OF CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)

You are hereby notified that an Or-
der of Sumrmarv Admini:iralion has
been entered in Ine ei.alie ol MARIA
RODRIGUEZ dec'ea-sed. File tNo 48-
2006- P-003005-0- b rhe Cir.uit
Court ior Orange (,unry. Florida
Probate Division; the address of
which is 425 North Orange Avenue,
Suite 340, orlando, Florida 32801;
that the decedent's date of death
wasApril 3,2006; that the total val-
ue 01 tme elstape s .50 000000 and
Ianl ie names an addresses or
Lth:,e Io wnom i tna s ie e a-signed
by such order are:
McKEEVER LAW FIRM 80" West
Morse Boulevard Suite 200. Win-
ir parF'. Florida. '2789
DAVID W VELI-, P A. 425 West
Colonial Drive, Suite 104, Orlando,
Florida 32804.
HERMILO RODRIGUEZ, 6208 Tuck-:
er Court, Orlando, Florida 32807
All other creditors of the decedent
.nd other persons who have claims
or demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TERTHE DATEOF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH-ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO(2) YEARS OR,
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
-HE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE IS: Decem-
ber 21,2006

Attorney for Person Giving Notice:

DAVID W. VELIZ .
Florida Bar No. 846368

David W. Veliz, P.A.
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 104
Orlando, Florida 32804
Telephone: 407-849-7072

Person Giving Notice:
HE.RMILO RODRIGUEZ
6208 Tucker Court
Orlando, Florida 32807
12/21,12/28



NOTICE OF MEETING

NOTICE is given that the West,
Orange Airport Authority Board will
meet December 27,2006 at 10:00
a.m., in the Ocoee City Hall, Ocoee,
.Florida and will meet on the fourth
(4th) Wednesday of each month
thereafter at 10:00 a.m.







6C The West Orange Times Thursday, December 21, 2006


LARGE AFFORDABLE i:or-
ner lII ii quiet neiilhtibrhood
Value is in ihe land ocll,'y
Grea uildier lot iand neill-h
borhciOd lor holes under
S190.' Sold as-is $85 000
MLS. 64606855


".*; ADORABLE AND AF-
FORDABLE is all you can
2-.i 3i.y about this 2t.w1 3
b'unglovw st'le home
i Nearly 800 SF, nestled
on over IA4 acre & sur-
... rounded by tejutilul
shade trees $139,000.
MLS# G4612817
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acre parcel. Perfect lor the custom
home of your choice. Par of 15
acres & county approved Buy 1
tracl or all 3! $250,000. MLS's
G4607527, G4607949, G4607952.

. DON'T MISS Inis spacious 4br/2ba
pool home ihat boasts nearly 2000
si of living area Golf course access,
a iommunlly pool and lamiiy frienrd-
ly neighborhood! $295,000 MLS#
G4609069


OWN ONE OF THIS preslgirou gained
t.oLninnlirii iJl rare $ Martin nimoel
hrii.mes, More irian 1800 1i a spailluS
3t.r.2ba Iloor plan nuge i: rner I:l iand
-a partial giil course viewi $310 000
MLS G461h1877


LOOKING FRO ROOM TO ROAM?
Don't miss this spacious 2767 sf
4br/2.5ba Saraloga model home wle -
Ira gameroom! wood laminate lloors.
ions ot storage space $349.000 MLS#
G4612192

THIS AWESOME 6BR/4.5BA
V Cea-s HOME boasts nearly 4,000 sf of
S living area and shows like a mod-
el home! 3 master suites, a huge
.-- --kitchen and lots of room!
$397,000 MLS# G4608579

SGO BACK IN TIME with Iris malestic colo-
nialitrtba pool rioriome bottling over 2500
Sosl' living area rYou II see' no fun lurher
than y3iLur iirmiediite surroundings minh a
.zy screened-in pool area. a fisNing pornd
10 your letl & siiing lai e to your rigrii
$429.900. MLS# G4591785


DON'T MISS THIS UNIQUE
4br/2.5ba. 3,500 sf pool home w/a
multi level floor plan! Enjoy majes-
tic oaks. lake access, peace & tran-
quility. $625,000. MLS# G4611397


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MUST SEE Ihi. beajulilUl -Ibr '2?t home
wih :loi: iai: 1 ,I r0 ; i 0 iiing a.rej W nll'
in imIipiecjably mjani urgedd 1 i.' c (i r-
ner li, you i:jn prouidlv reprpolp l voul
u.ommunirv' i Oul, aei': I,: Hw 2i 50
i he TurnpileI 1.276000 MLS"
G-46020,93

YOU'LL HAVE PLENTY OF ROOM to
rom in irs i, eauliultu 4br 3 5ba.
3,004 si. 2 story home! A llocir plan
lor enleringl 2 mjrater uiles Dio rirl
miss! $297.000 MLS# G4608580


THIS ST. CLAIR MODEL BOASTS
S- -. over 2100sl, jbr.2ba. formal living
". & dining rms, huge lanil, rmi plus
FL rm under air covered Irron[ pOrcn
and backyard s~reenid lanai.
-- 332,400 MLS# 64612193


BEAUTIFUL DIRECT SR FRONTAGE
parcel w/nearly 10 acres & canal!
Awesome land lor building that
dream home, hunting wildlife or
Domti $349,000. MLS# G4611772

BEAUTIFUL 4BR/2.4BA pool home
with nearly 2.400 sl of living area!
Open floor plan, corner lot, family
friendly neighborhood and lake ac-
cess! Don't miss! $393,000. MLS#
G4609212


YOU'LL FIND A HIDDEN TREASURE
wit this nearly 3,700 st 5br 3ba
lakefront pool home, complete with
In-law quarters! Gorgeous prcoperry
& spacious home surrounded by
Soaks $550,000 MLS# 64613781

AWESOME COMMERCIAL LOCATION!
S These 2 buildings sit on 4 city lois ihal
*'lironl' buin nwy 50 and Chesinul Si
21,000 sl ol land area arni 2.541 si il
1 oal Duilding area!$859,900 MLS#
S G64610264


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DON'T MISS THIS ADORABLE and al-
iirdarle ar 2'2 3 nearly 1300 SF
nrinime LOc:ared in a childd Irienily
nreightbrhood with lerinceid ''ard and
shed w/elec.lrcity $219 000 MLS#
G4611 .,95


BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA 1.246 SF
s. creenedi-in pool home w.e irj yard


- 238.000 MLS# 64-613515


PERFECT FOR lirl line buvier or ir.
.-.' -- ve'lirl Anl:rdable vT:r;i'tl h ime with /w
S -e,_ nearly 13 .) SF cl livinrl area Ouul:F a-
1 6 IIE Ie:s: 1, Hwy 3j, 51.1 & Ihe TUrnpll*e
$199 900 MLS# 64611934 i


THIS ADORABLE 3Dr.2ba 1536 SF
honie is une ol ire miost 3hordlble A
honips in lhil nrew cominiurl',iy An
:,penr spill lni:,o, plan w 'qu l LacLei..
t ( I mjalr highr,'w..y $229,900. MLS*
46120-13

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GORGEOUS 3BR/2BA pool home
w/nearly 1700 sl ol living area! This
open & split floor plan offers tons
of upgrades! $310.000. MLS#
G4613606


g 7 GREAT DUPLEX INVESTMENT!
^ 1 Two 3br '2ba, 1100 sf units! 1 car
garage on earn side. no HOA, and
W located close to hwy 50, Hwy 27,
-if schools and shopping! $339,900.
SJ MLS# G4609859

DON'T MISS THIS 4br/2ba home
over 2230 s ot living area! "Pres-
SH ident" model wispi & open Iloor
.. plan, normal living & dining rooms
Sjand .tr a large spare bdrms!
-.., $349,900. MLS# 64611975

THIS AWESOME 4BR/2BA 2.153 st
.D pol hime Db '.sv ani open spill illoor
-plan alorrnal Iivi anid d irining rms
nuge open hil herin inied windows
Shrouglhr oul .andl a glass erk closed Sun-
S" "P ;E roonm ia pil n d14 00 k MLS5
4F 191227

DON'T MISS THIS LEVEL, commercial va-
canrilod w Over 3 oi nhwy o 5 Ironlage,
There's a bevy of use; which yVoul n uil-
lizer his awesorme loclahor for Male his-
IO y tby hav lnr one ri C1ermora- l lullre
corrmnercia businese-' $599.000 MLS5
G4603649

.Z UNIQUE 5 ACRE SPREAD with over
2100 si 3bri2ba canal front home
S ... Property also includes one 5br/2ba
I- 1773 si rental home. one I br'lba 336
,sl rentai home a huge 190-30 work-
shop 5$1,650,000. MLS# G4607642


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I LOOK NO FURTHER! This nearly
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I Ferc:end-in ya)rd & e.3s access 1o Hwy
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Thursday, December 21, 2006 The West Orange Times 7C


Pat Sharr R BUYING A NEW HOME?
a 407656-7947 ; SELLING YOUR HOME?
407-656-7947
MultiMillion Dollar Producr PLEASE CALL ME!

patsui@aol.com 407-948-1326


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FcOR PLEASED

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

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

WINTER GARDEN
3br/2.5ba Brand New
$1,350/Mo

CLERMONT
3br/2.5ba 2000 sf
Large screened porch.
$1,300/Mo

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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
$449,000
Call 407-352-0520


BEAUTIFUL WINTER PARK w/2 MA suites, office & fireplace. Sun-
light-filled rooms make this a happy place to live & entertain. Se-
cluded tanning deck. Walk to Park Ave. & Rollins. ID=9442
$399,500
Call 407-352-0520


NEAT & CLEAN AS A WHISLTE Priced to sell! Quaint home
w/screened patio on peaceful lot. 2-car garage. Many upgrades &
beautifully decorated. 28,000 ft community club house w/pools, fit-
ness center & golf. Seller Motivated. ID=9013
$215,000
407-354-1060


ELEGANT WINDERMERE HOME Two-story 5 BD, 3.5 BA pord front WEST ORANGE LAKE ACCESS Great Value in gated community!
home w/tranquil pool atmosphere. 1 st floor master suite, split bed- Beautiful 3 BD, 2 BA home w/access to Lake Speer. Ceramic tile and
room plan & bonus room upstairs. Screened porch, irrigation sys- carpet throughout. French doors lead to lanai & back yard. This home
tem & mature landscaping. ID=5182 is move-in ready! ID=4214
$604,000 $299,900
Call 407-354-1060 Call 407-354-1060


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BUILD YOUR OWN FUTURE HERE! Just under a half acre. If you have
the plans we have the lot for you in Orlando. Priced to sell. ID=3827
$50,000
Call 407-352-0520


321-202-7600

$259,324
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!


DISNEY-4-CORNERS-AREA Nicely decorated & furnished 3 BD, 2
BA w/pool. Close to area shopping, Disney World, Restaurants, Golf
Courses, Gulf & Atlantic. A true vacation home opportunity. ID=3263
$264,900
Call 407-992-5030


LAKE REAMS TOWNHOUSE Traditional 2 BD, 2.5 BA townhouse. PRICED TO SELL!! Well maintained 3 BD, 2 BA home in established
Enjoy community living in barely lived in 2-story that boasts a view neighborhood. Between Lake Mary & Lake Tessamine. Home War-
of Disney fireworks and conservation! Has 2-car garage. ID=3336 ranty!! Ready to move in!! Large screened patio. Near 528, Airport,
$245,400 Down and Florida Mall. ID=8783
Call 407-354-1060 $250,990
Call 407-352-0520


EXPECT TO BE IMPRESSED This is a 2 BD, 2 BA beauty w/tile through- BEST VALUE IN SUMMERPORT!3 BD, 2.5 BA home w/Wentworth
out, fireplace, newly painted, screened enclosed patio and all the floor plan shows like a model in gated community. Many upgrades
right touches to make this a must have. ID=1474 include hardwood floor, cabinets, berber carpet & more! Lake access,
$153,900 boat ramp, community pool. ID=7817
Call 407-352-0520 $399,900
Call 407-354-1060


GROVELAND OCOEE LIKE NEW $175,000
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS & CHURCH O E NEW WINTER GARDEN POOL HOE
Come 4ee this 3/Bed 2/Baiohriko tor home NE\ ON MARKEr NE ROOF. Kr_--rrC,:B
Comser ,onihj ars! ?B cd Btr ntrig Lr o p hlme ETS SINK AND PPLIANCES LSO NE\ lUnlique estate located in N. Winter Garddn.
;nd over 2011 sq1 ft hung _pace A able [or B.ATHROOM V.' NIT', FIT.ITRES AND iILED Home has In-Las quiarers. sood burning
a qucklo ng TU-B NEER. C ANDPLUPLLBLN PLUS RESH. fireplace. ro0 kitchens. oversized pool. bal-
aquic lomg king 10 LY PAINTED [N ,NTD OUT ALL RiOOMS TILED conv oft maiser bedroom $489.00j)
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POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING!
Large 4 BR family home i nice older neigh-
borhood, large oaks Enclosed garage for addi-
nonal hning area Walk toelem school. Wet Or.
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CONDO WITH 2 CAR GARAGE
This lovely spacious 3BR/2BA patio home
is a delight, tastefully decorated, hugh
screened landscaped patio, & much more.
West Orlando, $214,900.

Jerry Bemner 107-432-1700
Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
Lillian Feliciano 407-375-9741
Ron Grant 407-468-2952
Paula Harriott 407-298-7750


COMMERCIAL
LOTS FOR SALE

2 lots in Ocoee. one 1/-I acre corer
lot for $195.500 and one 1/2 acre
for l$360.00 Great for smp center
service station Zoned C-l.

LEASING NOW!
Office/Warehouse Unils t hot
Winter Garden Leasing no., 1-2 zon-
ing. Close to major high%\ a) s. Contact
Rhonda 407.721-3306

Executive Office Suite
for lease, call Tarnd
407-409-1011

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


10+ ACRES WITH LARGE HOME
Owner will hold sizable mortgage for the
right buyer! 10+- Acres' Close toeverything
but secluded. $890,000


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HOME FOR CHRISTMAS!
Family home has 3/Bed 2/Bath with over 1600
sf of H/A, garage, 14'x19' family rm n il pine
vaulted ceilings Deep 164' lot. WaanLy Mo-
\ated seller. 5249.900. CALL NOW.

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


'ELEGANT CUSTOM BUILT HOME 4 BD, 3 BA pool home on 2.8 acres
in the center of Gotha. Gourmet kitchen, custom wood cabinets,
tray ceilings just a few of the upgrades. ID=0f49
$1,550,000
Call 407-352-0520


SANDLEWOOD CREEK Spacious 3 BD, 3.5 BA condo. Wood burn-
ing fireplace, new maple kitchen, neutral tile and hardwood floors,
screened porch & 2nd floor balcony. ID=9711
$239,900
Call 407-992-5030


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


ENJOY THE CONSERVATION PRIVACY Enjoy the privacy of this 4
BD, 3 BA with bonus that backs up to a Peaceful Conservation Lot.
Room for family members to have their own space. A Great find!
ID=1851
$455,000
Call 407-352-0520


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






8C The West Orange Times Thursday, December 21, 2006


Historic Downtown One Block From Trail, Restaurants
Truly one of a kind! 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, wood floors, High ceilings, walk-in pantry,
double fireplace, two-story Home built in 1918. Property includes double corner lot,
660-sq. ft. garage apartment with 3 car garage below, separate Air-conditioned studio,
small workshop, and double carport. Only second time offered for sale since 1918.
$749,500
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors 407-656-2223
Serving West Orange County Since 1943. Call for Appointment/details.


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 burn-
ing fireplace in 20x16 family room. Jetted tub in master bath, front and back porches, all appli-
ances stay (refrigerator, new smooth top stove, microwave, dishwasher). Irrigation system, deep
well, two heating/cooling zones, two car attached garage, large detached storage building, ideal
for workshop, large boat or a motor home (14x36 with 12' high garage door).
$385,000. 242 James Dr. Call for appt. (321) 276-0746


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


MAIN STREET REALTORS
"A neighborhood tradition since 1985."

DOWNTOWN WINDERMERE


Fantastic Commercial lot, zoned Well maintained pool home.
for C-2 on a 5.9 MOL acres. Easy Shows like a model. Large lanai.
access to the 429 beltway. Seller Motivated!
$289,900


Over 1/2 acre onLake Rexfordl.
Private concrete boat ramp.
Owner motivated, bring all offer
$229,000


LMG
Mortgage
RoseMatchett
Manager


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Incredibly well maintained home.
Spacious living room and dining
room. New tile and glass


enclosures in baths. Large screen
,enclosed patio and a workshop!
$219,900

1-877-ASK-4-LMG
Or Apply Online at
wv.LMGmortgage.com


LAKE FRONT HOME. This unique
4/3 home with a bar in the sun-
room, is located on a beautiful
500 acre fish 8 ski lake.
$599,000


The Future of Real Etate.


( Prudential

Four Corners Realty

For Info Call
John McGuire
Realtor 0
Cell 407-719-7987
Off 407-239-0366
jmcguireopru4comers.com
View my listings at: imcguire.mfr.mlxchange.com


'* .. -- ..(407)325-231
Great 4/2 remodel in established neighborhood. 2000 sq. ft of designer up- for all your
grades in this prisitine home located in the heart of downtown Windermere. real estate needs!
Steps from boat ramp and parks. The ultimate Florida lifestyle is here! Beau- Thank you,
tiful oaks mixed in with Queen Palms, balmy breezes and friendly neighbors. Amy DuBois
Come see for yourself.


Amy DuBois, Realtor (407) 325-2311 amy@mainstreetrealtors.com
401 Main Street Ste B, Windermere, FL 34786 Tel (407) 876-2090


3br/2ba home on large corner shaded lot. Extra large living room and laundry
room. 20x24 aluminum shed w/2 car covered garage (possible apt). New above
ground pool w/wood deck. Must see to appreciate! Call for appointment.
Dawyne 407-928-6880
10557 5th Ave. Ocoee (Off Adair St.)


LAKE OLYMPIA. Previous model home. 4/3 2566 sq ft. Screened
pool with solar heating. Granite countertops, hardwood flooring, cus-
tom california closets, vaulted ceilings. Asking only $414,900.00.
Realtors welcome 2.5% commission. 321-689-3952. TFN


WINTER GARDEN SHORES
Good starter or retirement home. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 100 foot lot,
mature landscaping. Call for appointment $279,500. 00
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors since 1943
407-656-2223


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


LAKE ACCESS
Oakland area, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large lot. Now $269,500.
L.A. Grimes Agency, Realtors. Since 1943 Call 407-656-2223


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For more info call

Bob Tosi 407-403-3746
Southern Realty Enterprises


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