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Publication Date: April 12, 2007
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Healthy Kids Day
set at Roper YMCA
The Roper YMCA Family
Center is hosting its annual
Healthy Kids Day this Saturday,
April 14, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Residents and families are in-
vited to this special community
day of children's.fitness, sports
challenges, games and other ac-
tivities, prizes, nutrition infor-
mation, health screenings and
healthy snacks.
Information will also be avail-
able on the Y Guides and
Healthy Happy Kids Campaign.
The event is free and open to
the community. For more infor-
mation, call the Roper Y at 407-
656-6430. The facility is at 100
Windermere Road, Winter Gar-
den.

'You're a Good Man,
Charlie Brown'
opens at Ocoee High
The Ocoee High theater stu-
dents will present 'You're a
Good Man, Charlie Brown,'
based on the comic strip
'Peanuts' by Charles Schulz, this
Thursday-Saturday. The pro-
ceeds on Friday (9:30 p.m. per-
formance) go to Relay for Life.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $5
for children.

WOHS meeting on
transition to high
school for disabled
students is April 16
Middle school students and
pareAts are invited to meet with
teachers, administrators and
placement specialists at West
Orange High from 6-8 p.m. on
April 16 for information on
diploma options, academic and
vocational opportunities, career
planning and more for students
with disabilities.
Call Stacie Rocke at 407-355-
3200, Ext. 2641 for details.

Jazz under the Starz
is April 17 at West
Orange Country Club
The community is invited to
a benefit for the Olympia High
School Band program on Tues-
day, April 17, at West Orange
Country Club.
The program will feature the
OHS Jazz Band and saxophone
quartet and the jazz bands from
Gotha and Chain of Lakes mid-
dle schools.
The festivities will begin at 6
p.m. and include an Italian buf-
fet and silent auction. The music
begins at 6:30 p.m. and contin-
ues until 10. Tickets are $15 in
advance and $20 at the door.
For more information or tick-
ets, send an e-mail to Mary Mar-
garet at mandmp@aol.com.

Southwest Aquatics
to host swim meet for
Head Start April 12
A Gift of Swimming, 9130
Morton Jones Road, Gotha, will,
host its second Head Start Swim
Meet this Thursday, April 12,
sponsored by Southwest Aquat-
ics. Children from the Head Start
programs at Engelwood, Hal P.
Marston and Lila Mitchell cen-
ters are scheduled to swim be-
tween 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. Chil-
dren from Southwood and Pine
Hills centers are scheduled be-
tween 1 to 3 p.m.

Relief school to
register kindergartners
and new students
The Windermere/Whispering
Oak Relief School, 8301 Buena
Vista Woods Blvd., will regis-
ter kindergartners and students
new to the school district April
16-17 at Windermere Elemen-
tary from 2-6 p.m. and April 18-
19, at Whispering Oak Elemen-
tary from 2-6 p.m.
For more information, call
407-904-7000, Ext. 2267.
Before- and after-school care
will be provided by the YMCA.
For more information, call Greg
Snow at 407-445-5475, Ext. 304.


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Photo by Amy Quesinberry
George Claflin of Winter Garden is awarded his Bronze Star Medal by Army Capt. David Jones. Claflin
served in the Army during the Battle of the Bulge.


Relay For Life of West Orange
is Fri. and Sat. at Ocoee High


By Amy Quesinberry

A special all-night party is taking
place at Ocoee High School this Fri-
day, and the guests of honor are the
cancer survivors in West Orange
County.
The American Cancer Society's Re-
lay For Life of West Orange begins
at 6 p.m. April 13 and continues un-
til noon Saturday. This Relay, previ-
ously held at West Orange High for
eight years, is now at Ocoee High,
1925 Ocoee Crown Point Parkway.
This year's theme is "An A-fair to
Remember," and it should create quite
a carnival atmosphere.
On Friday, cancer survivors will be
celebrated with a special dinner at 4:30
p.m. in the school cafeteria. Opening
ceremonies - where each will receive
a medallion - begin at 6 p.m. at the
football field, and the local mayors
will take turns reading 'survivors'
names. This will be followed by a sur-
vivors victory lap around the track and
then a caregivers lap.
The luminaria ceremony begins at
9 p.m., when all the lights are turned
off and hundreds of candles bum in
honor and in memory of those who


have fought cancer.
Other events planned for the event
include a Mi. Relay Pageant, Mid-
night Madness 3-on-3 basketball,
football, ping-pong tournaments at
the tennis courts, $1-per-minute mas-
sages, a rooster-crowing contest at
dawn and a dunk tank.
A special Locks of Love hair-cutting
booth will be set up where people can
donate their hair to help make wigs
for cancer patients.
Campsites will be judged on how
they relate to the theme.
Teams are also invited to partici-
pate in the themed laps, including
sports and college, crazy hat, clown,
beads, purple, pirates and glow stick.
Forty-four teams have registered to
participate: Florida Auto Auction
(three teams), Crawford Tire (3), Ro-
tary Club of Winter Garden, Carmeli-
ta's Angels (2), West Orange Civitan,
Beulah Baptist Church (2), West Or-
ange Junior Service League, Mimi's
Cotton Candy, Progress Energy, Teens
N Touch, West Orange High School
Band-Freak Show Joe's, Ocoee/Win-
ter Garden fire departments, city of

(See Relay, 2A)


Bronze Star awarded 6 decades later ando Relay For Life
By Amy Quesinberry started making phone calls in an at- ful counter offensive. It is called the SW Orlando Relay For Life
tempt to have the medal sent to his fa- bloodiest of battles in World War I. begins Fri., at Dr. Phillils Hi h


Army Staff Sgt. George Claflin has their. Th
received the Bronze Star Medal for Orlando
bravery and valor in combat. The ranged fi
award was pinned on the Winter Gar- Capt. Da
den resident's shirt pocket at his 90th on the m
birthday celebration last month and ty, held
was witnessed by a room full of Church
friends and family. Claflin served in The el
Gen. George Patton's 3rd Army, 11 th standabl
Armored Divisi6n in Europe-- World sentatiol
War II- the Battle of the Bulge. "I've
Though his military discharge but this
records state he earned the Bronze Durin
Star, Claflin - a former M4A3 Sher- Durin
man Tank gunner - never received it. Orange
On March 31, he finally claimed what did north
he earned 62 years ago. just ter
Claflin didn't think it was "a big
deal" that he didn't have the medal, Battle
but his son thought differently. The B
John Claflin, also a Winter Garden raged fr(
resident and a Vietnam War veteran, 1945, wa


Windermere's 5K Run


e Army recruiting ottice in
went a step further and ar-
or the company commander,
avid Jones, to personally pin
edal during the birthday par-
at the First United Methodist
of Winter Garden.
Ider Claflin became under-
y emotional during the pre-
n.
had some surprises in my life,
is the greatest," he said.
g an interview with The West
Times on Monday, he said: "I
ing to deserve an honor. I was
e."

of the Bulge
Battle of the Bulge, which
am Dec. 16, 1944, to Jan. 25,
ias the Germans' most power-


begins Saturday at 8 a.m.
By Kathy Aber

Windermere's 6th annual 5K Run Among the Lakes will
take place this Saturday, April 14, beginning at Town
Hall at 8 a.m. The three-mile route w ill ind along the'
shores of lakes Butler, Bessie and Down.
The town's Parks and Recreation Committee sponsors
the run, and event organizer Donna Steele said Monday
that this year the registration response has been out-
standing. She expects more than 1,000 runners and walk-
ers to participate.
Every participant will receive a collector's edition T-
shirt and complimentary food. This year's T-shirt design
features a Windermere lake scene by Orlando artist Jim
Gerard Holehouse.
Registration is available through,Track Shack, 1104
North Mills Ave., Orlando or through the Web site at
www.trackshack.com.
A free kids run will begin at 9:15 a.m. The first 100 chil-
dren to register will received a complimentary T-shirt.
The race is an unscored fun run for runners and walk-
ers of all ages. The top 10 male and female finishers will
receive awards. The awards ceremony is set for at 9:30
a.m.
Presenting sponsors are Bogin, Munns and Munns;

(See Windermere, 2A)


Stau Sgt. Ulainlll dnu uteri mIIICI I
of the Allied forces were on a mission
to delay the German advance and hold
Bastogne, Belgium, at all costs.
The 3rd Army's drive north was in-
tended to cut off the Germans west of
Bastogne and to rescue the 101st Air-
borne, which was taking heavy casu-
alties.
Claflin has a model of his Sherman
tank on a shelf in his family room.
During the interview, he pointed to
where he was positioned inside the
tank's front left. He operated a 50-cal-
iber machine gun.
"Whenever I had the opportunity to
use it, I used it, and that was when we
got close to enemy fire," he said,
adding that this was typically not on
a battlefield but instead in the towns.


(See Bronze Star, 2A)


This year's 5K Run Among the Lakes collector's edi-
tion T-shirt will feature this original design by Orlan-
do artist Jim Gerard Holehouse.


By Kathy Aber

More than 60 teams are registered
to join in the Southwest Orlando Re-
lay For Life this Frida\ and Saturday,
April 13 and 14, at Dr. Phillips High
School.
This year's Relay theme is "It's A
Standoff Against Cancer," and event
organizers have set a goal of raising
$185,000 for the American Cancer
Society during the 18-hour walkathon.
Everyone involved is gearing up to
surpass last year's Relay total by
$65,000 with team sites designed to de-
pict the Western cowboy and outlaw
shootout image.
Teams will set up campsites inside
Bill Spoone Stadium beginning at 3
p.m. Friday.
DPHS student teams participating
include members of the Business
Academy (their theme is the gold rib-
bon that signifies childhood cancer),
DECA, Center For International Stud-
ies, Tri-M, Interact, Student Council,
BETA, National Honor Society, Latin
Club and German Club.
Other school participants include
the Granparents R Us club composed
of South Campus grandparents. Team


1100 that is made up of North Cam-
pus faculty and staff and the DPHS
PTSA.
Local businesses are also partici-
pating as donors and team sponsors.
Outback restaurant on Kirkman Road
will provide food for the Survivors
Banquet Friday at 5 p.m. The DPHS
Chorus and Tri-M students will en-
tertain survivors during the dinner.
The opening ceremony is sched-
uled for 6 p.m. and includes survivor
recognition with a presentation of
Olypipic-style ribbons with medal-
lions.
The official Relay walkathon be-
gins with the cancer survivors' lap at
7 p.m.
The Chick-fil-A Cow will make an
appearance Friday at 8 p.m. to lead a
children's walk around the track.
Another Relay highlight is the lumi-
naria ceremony, which is set for 9
.p.m. The ceremony includes small
bags with candles placed around the
track and lit in memory of those who
lost their lives to cancer and in hon-
or of those who have survived or who
are still fighting the disease, The

(See Relay 2, 2A)


Ocoee OK's 1st phase of renovations for Central Park


By Mary Anne Swickerath


The oldest park in Ocoee is in line
for a big makeover. Last week, the,
Ocoee City Commission gave the go-
ahead for staff to begin the first phase
of a multi-phase master plan to im-
prove the well-used park on
Flewelling Avenue that includes 40
acres of youth baseball and football
fields, a tennis court, a playground
and park areas.
This first phase will cost an esti-
mated $500,000 and will cover such
improvements as installing new play
equipment on a new safety surface;
renovating the existing shelter to in-
clude new furnishings; resurfacing the
outdoor basketball court; upgrading
the walkways in and around the play-
ground area and the ballfields; in-
stalling new benches, trash recepta-
cles and tables in the playground area;
making improvements to the pedes-
trian lighting in the playground area
and ballfield areas; and installing a
decorative rail fence along the prop-
erty line adjacent to the railroad right-
of-way.
The first phase will also include the


removal of the existing chain-link
fence and installing new chain-link
fence along the western and southern
property lines, plus new landscape
planting and irrigation.
In addition, this phase calls for the
replacement of the bleachers and the
construction of ramps at the baseball
and football fields, the reconstruction
of the stairs at the football field and
the addition of new signage through-
out the park.
This plan was discussed at last
week's meeting by two representa-
tives of HHI Consulting, Ginger Cor-
less and Laura Mims. The firm was
hired late in 2006 to design a master
plan for the park.
The second and third phases, which
have not yet been approved by the
City Commission, include the con-
struction of a boardwalk and fishing
piers at the park's Lake Moxie, along
with a nature trail, additional land-
scaping and irrigation, renovations of
the baseball infields and outfields, up-
grades to the walkways in the ball-
fields and park areas and the addition
of more benches and tables and signage
throughout the park. Possible changes


suggested by the planners include ren-
ovation of the infields and outfields,
replacement of the ballfield fencing,
the installation of shade covers to all
the bleachers and new batting cages.
These second and third phases will
each cost an estimated $500,000.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
* recognized Ocoee Firefighter
Thomas Smothers, who was present-
ed a Merit Award by Fire Chief
Richard Firstner for his life-saving ac-
tions on March 8. According to Chief
Firstner, Smothers assisted a family
whose 15-year-old son collapsed on
a ball field and went into cardiac ar-
rest. The boy recovered quickly and is
well.
* presented awards to the 27 stu-
dents who are winners in the city's
water-conservation Drop Saver Con-
test. The students represented Ocoee
Middle and Spring Lake, Citrus and
Thornebrooke elementary schools.
* held the first reading of proposed
annexation and zoning ordinances for
the West 50 Commercial Subdivision

(See Ocoee, 2A)


1


What is Relay?
The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life is an annual overnight
event that raises awareness and money for cancer research'and stirs up
a whole range of emotions, combining moving survivor stories and a
sunset luminaria ceremony with loud music, fun games and wacky
contests.
This unique community event allows individuals to join in the fight
against cancer. The 18-hour events, though held for a serious cause,
are packed with fun and games, contests and musid.
The concept involves teams of 10 to 15 people competing against
each other to raise the most money. Team members take turns walk-
ing the track for the entire 18 hours.
Last year, more than 2.5 million Americans participated in Relay For
Life and more than 500,000 cancer survivors walked the opening laps.
All the money raised goes to ACS's mission of saving lives through
research, advocacy, patient services and education.


Rotary to present

Festival Among the

Lakes this weekend

in Windermere

By Kathy Aber

The Rotary Club of Windermere will sponsor its annual Festival
Among the Lakes this Saturday and Sunday, April 14 and 15. The
festival will take place at the Orlando Utilities Commission Camp
Down Park on Main Street in Windermere from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The festival includes an extensive boat show, wake board com-
petition, arts and crafts booths, food and carnival rides and games
presented by Windermere Elementary School.
Tickets are currently on sale for a drawing to win a 19-foot Re-
gal boat and trailer donated by Boat Tree. The drawing will be held
at 5 p.m. Sunday, April 15. Tickets are available from Rotarians in
advance and at the festival.
For more information on the event, call Festival Chairman Bob
Sprick at rfsprick@yahoo.com.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Windermere Rotary chari-
ties.


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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, April 12, 2007
'I:


kERTHA LEE CAMPBELL, 103,
Mount Dora, died April 5. She was
bern in Cov-
igton Coun- B ~ ,
Ala., and
-as a home-
(aker and a ,
member of . ,.
West Orlando . ,
Baptist
Church. Sur-
y4vors: sons,
E~tsel (and
Mildred), Or-
lando, Mor-
gan "Bill" (and
Dorothy), Apopka, Carey (and Rosa),
Orlando, Kent (and Donnette),
Gaithersburg, Md.; daughter,
Jeanette Wheeler (and Donald),
Mount Dora; sister, Alice Rodgers,
Evergreen, Ala.; 14 grandchildren; 20
great-grandchildren; 55 great-great-
grandchildren; 5 great-great-great-
grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden Chapel.
ALICE HERNANDEZ ELKINS, 98,
Orlando, died April 3. She was a na-
tive of St. Au-
gustine, who
traced her
Hernandez
roots back to
Spain. She
was a gradu-
ate of the Uni-
versity of Ten-
nessee and .
practiced den- \ .
tal hygiene for .-
44 years. She
was a mem-
ber of Cathedral Parish and a 1927
graduate and alumna of St. Joseph
Academy. She was past president of
the Pilot Club of St. Augustine and a
member of the Dental Hygienist As-
sociation. She resided in Orlando for
the past three and a half years and
attended St. Jude Marionite Catholic
Church. Survivors: Betty Grady
Burch, Windermere; Carle Elkins, St.
Augustine; 7 grandchildren; 12 great-
grandchildren. Visitation and prayers
at Craig Funeral Home will be held
from 5-7 p.m. this Thursday, April 12.
Services at the Cathedral-Basilica of
St. Augustine are this Friday, April
13, at 10 a.m., with burial at San
.erenzo Cemetery. Donations in her
memory can be made to the Sisters
6f St. Joseph Development Fund, P.
-. Box 3506, St. Augustine, FL 32085
orto Alice Elins Scholarship Fund, Pi-
I Club of St. Augustine, P.O. Box
3761, St. Augustine, FL 32085.
JPHN WILLIAM (BILL) GEHRING,
78, Windermere (formerly of Santa
Barbara, Calif.), died April 2 of Parkin-
son's disease. He was born in Balti-
rmore, Md., and attended school there.
VD graduated from Loyola College in
1949 and did his graduate work at
Johns Hopkins University. He began
6is career as a physicist at the U.S.
Aimy Ballistics Research Lab, Ab-
erdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland,
wVhere he was head of metallurgy and
ballistics. He came to Santa Barbara
i1961 and joined the General Motors


Relay
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Winter Garden, Frangus Elementary
(2), West Orange Relay 2007-Love
ipe Determination, Ocoee Middle,
Thornebrooke Elementary, Ocoee
kgh (3), Gotha Middle, Windermere
Elementary, Ocoee Oaks United
Methodist Church
, And Lakeview Middle, Chick-fil-
A, First United Methodist Church of
Winter Garden-Circle of Hope, the
Bar Mitzvah Bombers, West Oaks
Mall, Health Central, Popi's People
iifmemory of John Clinger, Relay
Rebels, Walkin' Warriors, Tildenville
Elementary, Grandma's Kids, Boy
Scout Troop 210 and Citrus Elemen-
tary (2).
To request a luminaria, call Shamei-
ka Daye at 407-843-8680, Ext. 513,
or purchase one at the Relay Web site,
www.acsevents.org/relay/fl/westor-
ange.
For more information, to partici-
pate as a survivor or to volunteer, con-
tact ACS at the above number or
through the Web site.


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

Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange County Head Start
program is enrolling preschoolers


ages 3-5. Parents can register at 407-
656-5329.

Smoke detectors
available at WGFD
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
n ment's Fire Prevention Bureau of-
fers smoke detectors free of charge.
Call Fire Marshal Tom Anderson at
407-656-4689, Ext. 2223, for infor-
mation.


Obituaries


Corp. as head of the Impact Physics
Lab. In 1975 he joined Southwest Re-
search Institute, San Antonio, Texas,
as manager of ballistics and explo-
sives research. In 1978 he became
general manager of EG&G in Santa
Barbara and retired from there in
1989. He was a member and past
chairman of the Santa Barbara In-
dustrial Association, a member of the
American Society of Metals, Ameri-
can Physicist Society and past chair-
man of the American Institute of Aero-
nautics and Astronautics. He was also
a member of several civic organiza-
tions and spent one year on the San-
ta Barbara Grand Jury. He and his
wife, Sue, loved to travel and had
many trips together around the world.
He was preceded in death by his son,
John William III. Survivors: wife, Sue;
sons, Tom, Santa Monica, Calif., Ron
(and Amy), Windermere, Jeff, Moor-
park, Calif.; grandchildren, Brandon
and Christy, Moorpark, T.J. and
Leslie, Windermere; sister, Sister
Mary, Carmelite Monastery, Barring-
ton Rhode Island; many nieces and
nephews. Memorial donations can be
made to the Parkinson's Association.
Private burial at Santa Barbara
Cemetery.
MARY L. GELLER, 67, Ocoee, died
April 2. Central Florida Direct Cre-
mation Service, Orlando.

THEODORE A. HAMMOND, 70, Or-
lando, died at home March 26. He
was born in Grand Haven, Mich., the
son of the late William S. and Esther
G. Hammond. Survivors: wife, Carol;
children, Debra (and Ric) Grasman,
Caledonia, Mich., Mike, De Tour Vil-
lage Mich., Cindy (and Todd) Porritt,
Hastings, Mich., Steve, Twin Lake,
Mich., Molly, Amy, both of Orlando;
sister, Elaine Schultz (and Bernie),
Grand Haven; brother, Frank (and
Pat), Grand Haven; grandchildren,
Daniel and Tara Grasman, Vince Por-
ritt. Memorial donations can be made
to Windermere Community Church-
Missions. Collison Family Funeral
Homes and Crematory, Howell
Branch Chapel.
EVELYN DELOIS JOHNSON, 75,
Winter Garden, died April 1. Postell's
Mortuary, Orlando.
MERILDA "ELAINE" HELISTER
JONES, 76, Windermere, died Fri-
day, April 6. Marvin C. Zanders Fu-
neral Home, Apopka.
JARAIYA JERZEL LIGHTBOURNE,
infant, Winter Garden, died April 2.
Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home,
Apopka.
DOREEN M. MATHEWS, 48, Winter
Garden, died Friday, March 23. She
was born in Orlando in 1958 and was
a lifelong resident of the Central Flori-
da area. She was a homemaker. Sur-
vivors:'husband, Dennis 0.; son,
Jamey; daughter, Emily; mother, Emi-
ly Waller; brothers, Jim Waller, Stan-
ley Waller, David Waller; sister, Mar-
garet "Beth" Hopper; 4 grandchildren
- all of Winter Garden. Central Flori-


Relay 2
(Continued from front page)

ceremony also includes bagpipe mu-
sic.
A silent auction at Site 65 features
a treasure chest of gifts to bid on, and
other teams will also feature silent
auctions.
Entertainment continues after the lu-
minaria ceremony. Bands, including
student groups, will entertain partic-
ipants until 1 a.m. Saturday. At mid-
night, all non-participants will be
asked to leave the event.
The closing ceremony and awards
presentation is scheduled for 10:30
a.m. on Saturday.
Organizers Kathy Leadbeater and
Steve McKinney are looking for the
names of cancer survivors to recog-
nize during the opening ceremony.
To provide information on survivors,
to purchase a luminaria or to help
with the event, call Leadbeater at 407-
355-3201 or McKinney at 407-355-
3215.


da Direct Cremation Service, Orlan-
do.
KATHLEEN A. MORALES, 50,
Ocoee, died April 1. Central Florida Di-
rect Cremation Service, Orlando.
WILLIAM H. PARKER, 83, Winter
Garden, died April 3. Carey Hand
Colonial Funeral Home, Orlando.
LEONARD T. PARKINSON, 94,
Ocoee, died March 26. Postell's Mor-
tuary, Pine Hills Chapel, Orlando.
FRANCES REAVES, 87, Winter Gar-
den, died Monday, April 9. She was
born in 1919
in Lexington,
Ky. A gradu-
ate of the Uni-
versity of Ken-
tucky, she
moved to this
area with her
bought an or- u ...
ange grove in
Killarney and
became part
of the citrus-
growing community. As a Pink Lady
for the local hospital, she logged more
than 15,000 volunteer hours. She was
she and her husband prepared the
communion elements and took care
of the Communion ware, which was
purchased in memory of her parents.
She made an annual road trip with
her good friend, Grace Wheeler, and
she and her husband made many
trips in their camper and motor home.
Survivors: husband of 58 years,
George; son, Raymond, Lakeland. A
memorial service will be held this
Thursday, April 12, at 3 p.m. at Oak-
land Presbyterian Church. Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Gar-
den.
LOUIE WOODROW WOOD, 85,
West Orange County, died April 8 af-
ter a long illness. He moved here from
Opp, Ala., in 1964 to seek a better
life for his wife, Fannie, who died in
1983, and his children. He was born
in 1921, the oldest boy of seven chil-
dren. He was a farmer and employed
in the Opp Cotton Mills prior to mov-
ing to West Orange. He retired from
Lake Apopka Natural Gas District in
Winter Garden and had supervised
many of the early gas pipe installa-
tions in West, Orange County. Sur-
vivors: sons, Louis Ray (and Jane),
Faron (and Shelly); daughter, Patricia
Pounds (and Steve); sister, Mary; sis-
ter-in-law, Marjean Wood; grandchil-
dren, Bethany Sebastian (and Bruce),
Brian Wood (and Brooke), Erin Jen-
nifer Wood, Paul Wood (U.S. Marine
Corps), Brandon Wood, Allison
Pounds, Sara Pounds; great-grand-
child, Blake. Graveside services are
set for this Wednesday, April 11, at
10 a.m. at Ocoee Cemetery. Collison
Carey Hand Funeral Home.
YANG WU, 12, Windermere, died
Wednesday, April 4. Woodlawn Fu-
neral Home, Gotha.


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.

Masonic Lodge
schedules meetings
Winter Garden Masonic Lodge 165
F&AM holds its stated communica-
tions on the first and third Thursdays
of the month at 7:30 p.m. The lodge is
at 230 W. Bay St. On the third Thurs-
day, brothers and their families can
come to a covered-dish dinner and
program at 6 p.m. The worshipful
master is George Pellam. For more
information, call the lodge at 407-877-
2550.


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"Our commander directed where
to go and when to fire," he said. "We
weren't allowed to fire until he gave
the order."

Still hard to let go
The Army staff sergeant returned
to the United States in April 1945
alive and without physical war
wounds. But sometimes the memo-
ries resurface, and the emotional pain
is evident.
It was Christmastime, and he can
still remember the day like it was yes-
terday. The day his Army buddy lost
his life while trying to keep the troops
warm in Europe's freezing tempera-
tures.
He still gets choked up when he
thinks of his friend pulling the cut
firelogs from the wheelbarrow just
outside an empty farmhouse they
stumbled upon and entered seeking
warmth.
"We were in the Ardennes force,
and it was when we were on our way
up to Belgium. We were going
through the woods, and it was cold.
We came upon a farmhouse and
pulled our tank up. No one was in
it... . Germans lived there. They must
have gotten wind that we were near-
by and got out of there fast; the teaket-
tle was still warm."
Once they were inside, his friend
offered to go out and retrieve the
wood.
"This stupid fool; he told us all to
stay in this house....The sergeant
yelled, 'Get back in this house,' but I
guess he didn't hear him. He went


(Continued from front page)


and picked up one of the logs, and I
saw his arms fly up.
"He was just a good guy, and we
were so close," he recalled.
Claflin and Sebastian Lanteria were
both from Connecticut and learned
how to run a tank together.
"It was a hell of a war," he said,
"and so cold."
Thus, the soldiers were grateful for
the advantage of sitting in the warmth
of the tank, even if it meant getting a
little stiff after a few hours.
"Those tanks were lousy," he said.
"The Germans had the superior tank,
the Tiger. All their materials were bet-
ter than ours, but ours had speed - 23
miles an hour, full speed ahead.
"We found out the spot to hit at the
back of the Tiger; there was no armor
there, so we could knock 'em out from
the back."

Life after the Army
George Claflin and his wife, Fran,
moved to Florida from Maine in 1979
and settled in Winter Garden 20 years
later. They have been married nearly
64 years and laugh that they almost
didn't get together.
He recalled the first time they saw
one another: "We met at the service
club. She had tall boyfriends, and I
was this little red-headed shrimp. She
was engaged, but I stole her. The odds
were against me, but I won."
Their marriage would produce two
sons, John and Mark (who died in
1998) and one grandson, 23-year-old
Brett Claflin.
The March 31 birthday celebration


0 coee (Continued from front page)


located east of State Road 429 and north
of the Florida Turnpike. The property
includes 2.25 acres. The second read-
ings of these ordinances will be held at
the next City Commission meeting set
for April 17.
* proclaimed April 15 as the Day of
Remembrance in Ocoee.
* reported that the bike-a-thon to raise
money for the SOCS legal fund brought
in $4,300.
* voted to purchase six tickets for the
West Orange Chamber of Commerce
Best Fest for a total of $186.
* were told by City Manager Rob
Frank that the crosswalk/handicapped
ramps being constructed at the comer
of Bluford Avenue and Silver Star Road,
are being done by the state, not the city.
* announced that the Relay for Life
of West Orange will be held at Ocoee
High School April 13-14.
* were told that the pool at the Fam-
ily Aquatic Center will open May 5,
following the resurfacing of the pool.


* appointed Shahzad Ahmad of Dis-
trict 3 to the Code Enforcement Board
as an alternate member.
* received a favorable quarterly fi-
nancial report from Finance Director
Wanda Horton.
* approved a licensing agreement that
will allow the city to use copyrighted
music as part of city events for a fee of
$284 for one year.
* approved a request from the Ocoee
Youth Soccer League to apply for a
Field of Dreams Grant from Orange
County. ,I
* approved the purchase of play-
ground equipment for 5- to 12-year-
olds to be installed at the Jim Beech
Recreation Center at a price of
$46,830.94. This price includes the
equipment and its installation and the
installation of a poured-in-place re-
silient surface material.
* approved the closing of Acropolis
Circle on May 6 from 1-7 p.m. for a
birthday party.


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George Claflin during his Army
days.
brought together the Claflins' family,
which also includes John's wife, Lee
Ann; as well as friends from the many
local organizations George Claflin is
a member of: the Oakland Presbyte-
rian Church Men's Prayer Breakfast
group, the Red Hat Society's
ROMEOs (Retired Old Man Eating
Out), West Orange Seniors and
AARP chapters 2518 and 3697. ..
The Rev. Rusty Belcher of FUMC
of Winter Garden served as master of
ceremonies, and also present were
church members and friends who are
also in their 90s: Ruth Hawk, Charlotte
Manning and George Reaves.


Windermere
(Continued from front page)

Health Central; The First Academy;
and Advanced Stucco Design Inc.
Other sponsors include Keene's
Pointe, Holston Properties, First Bap-I
tist Church Windermere, The West
Orange Times, Tavistock Group,
Main Street Realtors, Animal Clinic
of Windermere and Windermere Dei
sign home and garden. -

Support theater
renovation process
The Winter Garden Heritage Fouh7
nation is restoring the old (1935;
movie theater at 160 W. Plant St.
capital campaign has been established
and donations are being accepted
Donor cards are available at the Winy
ter Garden History Center, 32 W. Plant
St.
For more information, call 407-656-l
3244.

Sign up for Head Start
Meals are available at no charge to,
children enrolled in the Head Start
program in Orange County. Locally,
the program is at Maxey Elementary
School, 1100 E. Maple St., Winter
Garden.
For information, call 407-836-6590.


Justin

Matthew

McWilliams

Some days 5-years seems
like forever, other days
it seems like 5-minutes....

Thank-you for sharing
your love and laughter
with so many..

You remain the light
of our lives
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* Westside Tech invites the public to barbecue and
rummage sale in support of SkillsUSA winners


By Edith Mosley and Jan Davis

Dr. Jody Newman, assistant di-
rector and administrator for Westside
Tech's SkillsUSA Chapter, said,
*"We are inviting our community to
join us for a fund-raising luncheon
and rummage sale this Friday, April
,13. Barbecued chicken and ribs
cooked on campus will be our com-
bination luncheon plate. After lunch,
browsers may enjoy shopping our
rummage sale tables. All funds
raised will be used to send our
medal-winning students to state
competitions. Come eat, shop and
help us turn Friday the thirteenth
into a good luck day for our stu-
tents."
: The chapter will sell plates of bar-
becued chicken and ribs, baked
beans, salad and a drink for $6.
Lunches will be served from 10:30-
1.1:30 a.m. at the school located at
955 E. Story Road in Winter Gar-
den. The rummage sale will run
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Westside Tech students earned
medals in the SkillsUSA District 3
competition, and five went on to win
in the Region 3 Contest in Stuart
and Winter Haven. In architectural
drafting, Julia Parmer placed first
ii the high school division, Andre
Clark was first in the post-secondary
division, and Munick Menos placed
third in the post-secondary division.
- Steven Tabimba won a first-place
medal in cosmetology in the high-
school division, and Joseph Uddo
placed third in residential wiring in
the high-school division.
From April 23-25, these medal-
ists will compete with the winners of
four other Florida regions in con-
test to be held in Bradenton. State
winners will advance to the nation-
al finals in Kansas City, Kansas, in
June.
-"To say we are so proud of our


students is an understatement," said
Renee Giddings, Westside sponsor
of SkillsUSA. "Hopefully, they'll
be on the same winning streak in
Bradenton and will advance to the
national finals. Right now, though,
we're raising funds to pay their ex-
penses to the state competitions -
and just maybe there'll be funds to


carry over for June."
SkillsUSA is a national organi-
zation whose activities teach the im-
portance of work ethics, the spirit
of healthy, skilled competition and
the benefits of community service
to students enrolled in technical pro-
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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, April 12, 2007


Opinion


In our opinion

Editorial


These times


Changing my view of autism


T la Relay For Life
-Two local Relay For Life events take place
this Friday night at Ocoee and Dr. Phillips
high schools. The American Cancer Society
fund-raiser is a true community event that
Unites thousands of people - students, co-
.iworkers, cancer survivors, family members,
friends, volunteers - for a common cause:
cancer.
Maybe you've never been to a Relay; per-
haps you are a regular participant. No matter
your attendance record, we encourage you to
take a few hours out of your weekend for an
absolutely moving experience.
It's an amazing sight to witness so many
people from all walks of life joining togeth-
* er, laughing, crying and championing for a
.great cause.



Doug Guetzloe fail
in West Ore
' In a Jan. 19, 2006, West Orange Times ed-
itorial, "Winter Garden needs to shed the
B.S.," we told Doug Guetzloe: "You have no
'standing in this community. The good peo-
ple of Winter Garden know a 'Big Sham'
,,;when they see one." And since then, for
I ...many of the recipients of his questionable pol-
itics, it has been particularly satisfying to
i Watch his circus tent collapse.
The reputation that he's carried in politi-
. qal circles for years has finally caught up to
him, and now, instead of being the go-to
Troublemaker for dirty politics, he's the man
-to avoid.
S'- And another example of the good people
of Winter Garden not being intimidated by
.:uetzloe is evident in one of his most fre-
"quent hangouts - the courts. Three local
, '-residents didn't back down from his ridicu-
lous copyright infringement suit because
they knew it had as much chance of getting
by the "fair-use doctrine" as Guetzloe has get-



Autism is more con
The Centers for Disease Control and Pre-
i vention is calling it a national health threat.
According to the CDC, 1 in every 150 chil-
. dren is diagnosed with autism. This spec-
trum disorder is called such because of the
Randomness of and vast differences in the
i characteristics in each person. It impacts
the normal development of the brain in the
Areas of social interaction and communica-
S'tion skills.
: . April is Autism Awareness Month, and
IS-hie disorder has been getting a lot of press
lately. Doctors are making more.and more
.diagnoses of autism, which, the CDC says.
is more prevalent than Down syndrome
. (which occurs in approximately 1 in 800
births) and juvenile diabetes (which affects
roughly 1 in every 450 children and ado-
. lescents).
,.,,.In 2005, according to the CDC, more than
t: .94,000 people ages 6-21 and more than
30,000 children ages 3-5 were served un-
* :der the "autism" classification for special
|i � education services. The developmental dis-
order has three major characteristics: a de-
": .lay in language, a delay in social interac-
.tion and repetitive or odd behavior.
S,,Although they might share a diagnosis,
says the Autism Society of Greater Orlan-
do. each individual possesses a variety of
,-unique strengths, challenges and learning
S2characteristics.
-'. Current research links autism to biologi-
,- cal or neurological differences in the brain.
'-. It is four times more prevalent in boys than
:.girls.
>, Those with autism usually exhibit at least
*" :half of 19 traits listed on the ASGO's Web
,,site. These include: insists on sameness and
e 3isists change in routine, has severe lan-








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Winter Garden Florida 34787


k will move you
We all know cancer can strike anyone; the
disease isn't preferential to rich or poor, old
or young, beautiful or plain, those with plen-
ty of friends or those without any.
Won't you please support this worthwhile
cause and celebrate the lives of those who
have survived and remember those who
haven't?
It takes everyone to pull off an event of this
magnitude, and there's a place for everyone
at Relay - volunteers, performers, donors,
survivors, walkers.
We challenge you to this: If your life has
ever been affected by cancer, go to one of the
relays and see for yourself what wonderful
things can happen when the community pulls
together for one powerful fight.



s again to intimidate
range County
ting appointed to the expressway authority.
The copyright suit came after Winter Gar-
den resident Richard Mask filed a defama-
tion suit against Guetzloe early last year for
comments he made about Mask on his radio
show. Mask is determined to hold Guetzloe
accountable and clear his name and will con-
tinue to use the copy of the show in his law-
suit.
While Guetzloe would love to stop Mask
from using a copy of the show in his defama-
tion suit, it would be difficult to find a "fair-
er use." After all, the judge said in her order:
"Must the tort victim be forced to solicit a
copyright from the very person who defamed
him? That notion defies reason and com-
mon sense. With apologies to Dickens, the
law cannot be that much an ass."
We applaud those who have not backed
down from this nuisance; and, with apolo-
gies to the judge, Doug Guetzloe has been
defying reason and common sense for years.


nmon than you think
guage deficits, has difficulty expressing
needs and uses gestures or pointing instead
of words, displays extreme distress for no ap-
parent reason, has difficulty mixing with
others, might not want to cuddle, spins ob-.
jects and is not responsive to verbal cues.
The Web site also dispels myths associ-
ated with autism. It's important to remem-
ber that autism is not a mental illness; indi-
viduals with autism can speak, can learn,
can make eye contact, can show affection,
are not manipulative, can smile and do have
the ability to interact with other people.
Jo-Anne Houwers of.Ocoee is a local
mother who is doing all she can to promote
autism awareness and support. Her 21-year-
old son, Joey, has autism. She started the
non-profit Autism and Related Disabilities
Gym Program at the Jim Beech Recreation
Center in Ocoee and organizes the annual
Golfing Fore Autism event in June. (For
more on the tournament, contact Houwers at
407-234-7456 or autismgym@aol.com.)
Oprah Winfrey hosted a show last week on
autism, and a doctor and several parents
were interviewed. They shared their fami-
lies' experiences with the disorder and what
it's like to raise a child with autism. It is at
times exhausting and frustrating. When out
in public, it can sometimes be embarrass-
ing and it can be upsetting when a stranger
judgingly stares or makes rude comments.
Two interesting facts were brought to light
in that episode: that when children with
autism become withdrawn or belligerent,
they are just trying to defend themselves;
and when they have a meltdown, it's be-
cause their senses have gone into overload.
One mother summed it up best: "We need
understanding and compassion." ,


By Amy Quesinberry

April is Autism Awareness Month, and thanks to an
8-year-old girl named Cristina, I'm seeing the disabil-
ity in a whole new light.
Prior to meeting Cristina, my perception of children
with autism was pretty narrow - I pictured them per-
petually rocking back and forth with a far-off stare in their
eyes, unable to communicate or make eye contact in
most instances.
But Cristina changed all of that. She talks. She laughs.
She interacts and socializes. She maintains control in
public because of extensive behavior therapy.
Her family is one of the luckier ones. Many more chil-
dren with autism require constant - and exhausting -
supervision and care.
The first time I met Cristina several months ago, she
looked straight into my eyes, shook my hand and said,
"Nice to meet you." She then placed her little hand in
mine, and we were instant friends.
She's quite chatty, actually, and I'm enjoying getting
to know her. She loves SpongeBob, hates when her
brother sings, always wants to know if it's snack time
yet. She wears her Dr Pepper T-shirt every chance she
gets. She would rather have the yellow ribbon than the
first-place blue she was awarded at two recent Special
Olympics events. She likes to draw using an art pro-
gram on the computer and enjoys watching movies at my
house in "the purple room." She asks for more of my
lasagna. She gives sweet hugs and will call me to say good
night.
Sometimes I need her to repeat something'she's said,
but a lot of her words are clear. I credit her parents with
that. When Cristina was diagnosed with autism at 18


months, they were told she would have difficulty talk-
ing. Luckily for Cristina, her mom and dad didn't accept
that. They taught her sign language to make sure she
would always be able to communicate. For her to now
speak and converse is a blessing to them.
Also making sure she achieves are her wonderful
teachers at Princeton House Charter School, where her
mother teaches too.
Cristina is considered high-functioning autistic, which
will give her some advantage as an adult. Dad doesn't
expect her to go to college, but he does expect her to be
able to hold a job in the future.
For now, her parents are making sure she has every
opportunity to reach her highest potential.
Not only has Cristina taught me a lot, but she's had
an impact on my two children as well. Computer-ob-
sessed Allison, who is 11, will give Cristina a turn and
will sil with her if she needs help.
Adam, at age 7, has surprised me on several occa-
sions. Upon seeing her struggle to buckle her seatbelt,
Adam - without being prompted - reached over her
and clicked the belt into place, never saying a word,
never looking for praise.
Recently, a bunch of kids were playing outside while
I did yard work, and Adam told one of the boys: "Her
name's Cristina, and if you make fun of the way she
talks, I won't play with you anymore."
I have to say I was quite proud of him. Cristina is
teaching both of my children about patience and toler-
ance and is allowing them to see that there's more to
people than their imperfections. And that everyone has
a few - some visible, some not so obvious at first
glance.
Cristina has been such a gift in my life.


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Letters to the editor



Reader opposes daycare center near Lake Whitney Elem.


Editor:
Many of my neighbors and I are not in favor of the
special exception being requested for the Knowledge
Tree Learning Center to be built on the northeast corner
of Roberson and Windermere roads, approximately two-
tenths of a mile north of Lake Whitney Elementary (right
across from the baseball park). Based on the following
reasons, we feel the request should be denied.
There are two commercial parcels at the same inter-
section sitting vacant at this time, and there are two com-
mercial parcels approximately one-half mile away at the
intersection of Roberson and Maguire roads sitting va-
cant, also. There is a large parcel of commercial land
less than two miles away at the intersection of Tomyn and
Maguire roads that is currently vacant. The Fowler Groves
project is less than two miles away at the intersection of
Stoneybrook Parkway (Roberson) and Daniels' new 535
with vacant commercial land available.
There are already two community daycare centers
within one and one-half miles of this site - Children's
Light House and La Petite - and many more within five
miles of this site. The Roper YMCA also provides after-
school care at Lake Whitney Elementary.
There are currently no utilities to the proposed site,


and there won't be until or if the adjacent parcel owned
by Park Square Homes annexes to the city of Ocoee.
As stated by a county representative at the public in-
eformation meeting held recently, "There is no plan to
widen Roberson to Maguire, and if the county started
today, it would be at least eight years before anything
happened."
There is already too much traffic at this intersection in
the mornings when elementary school children are rid-
ing their bikes through the intersection. With the addi-
tional traffic coming on line from the aforementioned
commercial projects, adding another 600 unnecessary
vehicles (315 students and 32 staff in and out as pro-
posed by the Knowledge Tree Learning Center) during
peak morning hours without the proper road infrastruc-
ture in place would be very dangerous to our children.
At the current time we do not feel there is a need for
another commercial enterprise or daycare center in this
area. The land is presently zoned Agricultural and has a
future designation of Low Density Residential. We would
rather see it used for that purpose than a commercial en-
terprise.
Karen Williams
Windermere Crossing resident


From our archives

Old Times


65 years ago
Jerry Brown of Winter Garden has been elected
vice president of the student body at the University
of Florida.
A formal opening has been held of the recreation
center in the Edgewater Hotel for soldiers stationed
in the Winter Garden area. Mrs. P.C. Peters is chair-
man of the project, which is under Civic Defense.
The center will be open nightly, and girls in the com-
munity are invited to come in any evening. Two chap-
erones will be on hand.

60 years ago
Mrs. Bert Huase Roper of Winter Garden an-
nounces the engagement of her daughter, Charlotte
Elizabeth, to Dallas Edward Duppenthaler, son of
Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Duppenthaler of Tacoma, Wash.
The wedding will take place in June.
Of wide social interest in Central Florida was the
marriage of Miss Elizabeth Arnold, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Arnold of Winter Garden, to Harold
Douglas Maguire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maguire
of Ocoee.
Raymond Dickson, owner of Dickson's Electric in
Winter Garden, was in Jacksonville to see new ap-
pliances being manufactured by General Electric
Company. "Of all the appliances displayed, I was
most amazed at the new Disposal that disposes of
garbage right at the sink," said Dickson.


35 years ago
What a difference a tree makes! Project Pride took
its first giant step in downtown Winter Garden. The
block between Main and Boyd streets were trans-
formed with clusters of palms surrounded by brick
planters. Hard workers included Bill Cook, Hank
Hinson, Ailene Arney, Wade Bradford, Tommy Zei-
gler and James Hull.
Christmas in April? Three Christmas street deco-
rations are currently on display in front of Winter
Garden City Hall. The committee in charge of choos-
ing new ones is interested in your comments. The
Winter Garden Times front page story was reporting
that Everett Farnsworth, David Harris or Mervyn Lee
would be glad to hear from you. Try to see them at
night when they are lit. (We caught that at press time.)

25 years ago
1982 marks the 100th anniversary of the obser-
vance of Arbor Day in schools. Schoolchildren first
participated in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1882. The idea
originated in Nebraska, where trees were needed as
windbreaks on the prairie, and was first observed
with the planting of more than a million trees.
Pharmacist Edwin Pounds marked his final day on
the job after his eight years at West Orange Hospi-
tal and was honored with a farewell reception. He
graduated from the University of Florida in 1948
with. a degree in pharmacy and purchased Dr. Sealey's
Pharmacy, which he operated for 23 years.


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Business


Learning about the environment
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce Adult Leadership class learned about the environment for its sec-
ond class. The group traveled to Oakland Nature Preserve and took a nature hike guided by Jim Thomas.
The class then took a field trip to the north shore of Lake Apopka and learned about efforts to restore the
lake. Standing on the lake shore are (1-r): front row, Jeri Dean, Julia Parsons, LeighAnne Nichols, Maritza
Martinez, Alma Van Der Velde; back row, Jim Peterson of St. John's River Water Management District, Car-
los Palenuzuela, Jim Gustino, Byron Carter, Tenis Kopansky, Jamie Zwiefel, Alan Haughey, Glenn Fecht-
enburg, Todd Duncan, Janna Crouch, Michael Laval, Rafael Rodriguez, Allen Gaskins, David Thorington,
Tim Haberkamp, Rose Pina, Scott South and Jim Thomas of Biosphere.



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Celebrating 40 years
' Central Sweeping Services, located at 771 Business Park Boulevard in Winter Garden, proudly celebrat-
ed its 40th anniversary last week. President and owner Doug Swatkowski is the son of Ray Swatkowski,
who founded the company in 1967. Central Sweeping has grown to employ 30 people and has more than
25 vehicles to service its market, which includes federal, state and municipal agencies, businesses, shop-
ping centers, homeowners associations and more. Gathered in front of Central Sweeping Services are (I-
r): Doug Swatkowski, sales rep. Jim Lata and Brian Oxtal, director of operations.


Engineered Homes launches 323-home development in Winter Garden


Engineered Homes has broken
ground in Winter Garden on one of its
largest and most ambitious residential
projects. The homebuilder recently un-
veiled Johns Lake Pointe, an exclu-
sive 197-acre community, on the east
shores of Johns Lake.
The development will consist of 323
executive-style residences built in three
separate and distinct villages over the
next two years. It will feature a $2 mil-
lion amenity center with a 4,600-
square-foot, multi-purpose clubhouse.
Home construction began this month
with prices starting initially from the
low $300s. Construction on an eight-
home model sales and preview center
will begin soon.
Johns Lake Pointe will be comprised
of three villages - Egret Hammock,
Heron Hideaway and The Overlook.
Egret Hammock will be home to
172 houses on 50x 1l0-foot lots. Liv-
ing areas range from 1,585-2,315


square feet. Prices will start from the
low $300s.
Heron Hideaway will have 93
homes on 75x115-foot lots ,with
2,043-3,757 square feet of living
space and prices from the low $400s.
The Overlook will feature 58
homes on 85x120-foot lots. Resi-
dences will range from 2,535-3,757
square feet. Prices begin from the low
$500s.
Engineered Homes plans to place a
greater emphasis on amenities and
the community's natural habitat. Of
Johns Lake Point's 197 acres, a little
more than half (109 acres) will be de-
veloped. The balance of the land will
be preserves, wetlands and passive
recreation areas, including four parks.
The community's amenity center
will include the clubhouse, a state-
of-the-art fitness center, a gathering
center, catering kitchen and enter-
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The people who looked at your house
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As your agent describes the offer,
however, you feel that the price is too
low and that the offer contains some
terms that will be inconvenient for
you to meet. Should you respond to
the offer by opening negotiations, or
wait for something better? If the of-
fer is reasonably close to your asking
price, it doesn't hurt to try to work it
out!
Often the first offer to come in is
the best one. When a house is fresh on
the market, there is usually a rush of
activity and the buyers who see it dur-
ing the first few days are often'the
most interested. If you are fortunate
enough to get an offer right away,,you
will probably be better off in the long
run if you accept it or try to work out
a compromise.
If you would like to talk further about
buying or selling real estate, please
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Winter Garden


kiwanis hears about skin care
The West Orange Kiwanis hosted Barbara Stewart of Arbonne Inter-
national as the guest speaker at last week's meeting. Stewart (above
with Lenny Stark) gave pointers on beneficial skin care and shared in-
formation about Arbonne products, which she said have no mineral oil
and are helpful for anti-aging, for those with sensitive skin and as a
sun-care agent.


Day of Giving planned at I
The 4th Annual Day of Giving
will be held at the Maxey Commu-
nity Center in Winter Garden on
Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. The purpose is to provide valu-
able resources to the community,
such as free haircuts, health and.
community information, screenings,
clothing and non-perishable food
items.


Maxey Community Center
The center is at 830 Klondike St.,
Winter Garden. The event is open
to the public and is sponsored by
the Rev. Willie and Mary Barnes
with the International Church of
Faith, Orange County Community
Action Division and Orange Coun-
ty District 1 Commissioner Teresa
Jacobs. For'more information, call
Pedro Diaz at 407-836-2551.


West Orange High Class of 1987 to include other classes
* The West Orange School Class of Park/Camp Down, 3409 Maguire Road,
1987 20-year reunion is June 29-30 and Windermere.
Joly 1 andis for anyone in classes 1985- Prices are $125 for Friday, Saturday
89. and Sunday; $80 for Saturday only; and
: The event includes a mix-n-mingle $25 for Sunday only. Cash, checks or
with a cash bar at Moon Cricket Caf6, money orders (made out to West Or-
14 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, Friday ange Class Reunion) can be sent to
starting at 7 p.m.; the reunion gathering West Orange Class Reunion, P.O. Box
Saturday from 7 p.m. to midnight at 979, Oakland 34760.
Gaylord Palms Resort, 6000 W. Osce- The deadline for tickets is May 1.
ola Parkway, Kissimmee; and a fami- Contact westorangeclassof87@ya-
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Westside to host
Spring Spa Event
Tickets are now available for West-
side Tech's Spring Spa Event set for
Saturday, April 28, beginning at 8 a.m.
The day-of-pampering fee is $75 and
includes a spa manicure and pedicure,
a facial, hair styling, a paraffin spa
treatment for hands and chair mas-
sages provided by the Westside Cos-
metology and Massage Therapy pro-
grams.
All services are provided by stu-
dents, and all proceeds are given to the
Foundation for Westside Tech to fund
student scholarships for all programs.
Breakfast, provided by the Culinary
Arts Program, will be served, 50/50
drawings will be held, and fresh flow-
er arrangements from the Floral De-
sign Program will be available for pur-
chase.
For tickets, which must be pur-
chased ahead of time, call 407-905-
2000, Ext. 2236.

Beulah Baptist to
study Book of Ruth
Beulah Baptist Church is offering
a new "Precept Upon Precept"'' Bible
study on the Book of Ruth called "My
Kinsmen Redeemer." This class is a
discussion-based study program.
Classes will be held at Beulah Bap-
tist, 671 Beulah Road, Winter Gar-
den, on Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to
noon starting April 12.
To join, or for more details, contact
Bobbie Killgore at 407-238-3912 or
Bobbyjnk@aol.com.

Dancers to
perform at library
. Performers from Footworks Dance
Studio will entertain Winter Garden
Library patrons Saturday, April 21, at
2 p.m. The library is on East Plant
Street.

Gaming time at
W.G. Library
The Winter Garden Library is host-
ing a night of gaming Thursday, April
26, at 7 p.m. Teen-agers are invited
to check out the new game consoles,
play Dance Dance Revolution, munch
on snacks and meet other gamers.
Registration is required by calling 407-
835-7323.
The library is on East Plant Street.


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WOHS students attend Rotary's RYLA
Each year, the area Rotary clubs select students for their Rotary Youth Leadership Award to attend a week-
end retreat to learn leadership and team building. The Winter Garden Rotary Club chose 2 students from
West Orange High School: ,D.J. Coneley and Rickey Houser. Both are active in sports and plan to attend'
college. D.J. wants to go to Oklahoma State, and Rickey wants to attend the University of South Florida.;
They spoke at a recent Winter Garden meeting to express their gratitude for this opportunity and to explairl
how it benefited them. Rickey has also agreed to be a counselor at next year's retreat. Above, I-r, are D.J;.;
and Rickey (2nd and 3rd from left) with Rotary members George Wilkinson, Jim Carter and David Sylvester..


Kmart pharmacy
offers diabetes testing
The Winter Garden Kmart phar-
macy will host an in-store diabetes
education event Wednesday, April 18,
with free blood pressure screenings
and will provide information to help
patients better understand how to man-'
age and control diabetes.
The pharmacist will also offer free
educational material and more than
$175 worth of savings on diabetes
care-related items.
The program is from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. at 13105 W. Colonial Drive.

Utility bill
assistance for
low-income seniors
The city of Winter Garden is offer-
ing a Senior Citizens' Utility Assis-
tance Program to low-income seniors.
The deadline for the application and re-
newal process is May 1.
Residents must meet several qual-
ifications. Applications are available
in the lobby at City Hall, 251 W. Plant
St., Winter Garden. Only those resi-
dents not qualifying will be notified.
After qualifying, those residents'
city utility bill will be reduced up to $35
each month beginning in May. For
details, call the assistant city clerk at
407-656-4111, Ext. 2297.


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Work this summer
for W.G. Rec
The Winter Garden Parks & Recre-
ation Department is now hiring camp
counselors, lifeguards,'swim instruc-
tors, art instructors and program staff
ages 16 and older. The city is looking
for high-energy, positive people who
are looking for a summer opportuni-
ty.
Apply in person at Winter Garden
City Hall or online at www.winter-
garden-fl.gov..

Register for rec's
summer camp
The city of Winter Garden's sum-
mer day camp program through the
Recreation Department is for children
ages 5 (must have completed kinder-
garten) to 13. The camp is only open
to residents of Winter Garden, and
space is limited. Camp is Monday
through Friday during the summer,
and new hours this summer are 7 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
The cost is $75 per week for the
first child, $60 for the second child
and $45 for each additional. A two-
week deposit and proof of residency
is required at the time of registration.
Call the rec office at 407-656-4155
for more information.


City holds water conservation
programs throughout April
The city of Winter Garden has place April 28 and 29, and resi-
declared April as Water Conser- dents can have their old shower-
vation Month and is asking resi- heads (two per customer) replaced
dents to join in its efforts to pro- for free. Take the old ones to Ace
mote water conservation. Hardware between 10 a.m. and 4
A series of events are planned p.m.
for April and May. Rain sensor A landscape seminar is planned
retrofits will be conducted through for May 12, presented by the
April 30. . . award-winning Florida Yards and
An irrigation workshop is April. Neighborhoods program, at 9 a.m.
14 to assist residents with mainte- at Little.Hall.
nance and efficient use of in-ground A representative from the city's
systems. It takes place at 9 a.m. at Water Conservation Office is avail-
Little Hall, 29 W. Garden Ave. -able to speak at homeowner's as-
A rain barrel workshop is April sociation meetings and other com-
21 at Ace Hardware, 500 S. Dil- munity events, and the department
lard St., at 10 a.m. The program is offers presentations, advice and
free to Winter Garden residents, hands-on assistance for customers.
who will build their own rain bar- For more information on these
rel. programs, call 407-654-2732 or go
A showerhead exchange takes to www.wintergarden-fl.gov.


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Soccer clinics with
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The Winter Garden Recreation De-,
partment offers youth soccer clinics
in conjunction with Empire Soccer,
Academy. Classes are at Walker Field,-
415 S. Park Ave., on Tuesday
evenings. The cost is $90 for a six-
week session for city residents, $95
for others. I
For more details, call the rec office
at 407-656-4155.

Lunch and Learn set -
for Active 50 group
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment will present an Active 50
and over Lunch and Learn program
Friday, April 27. The guest speaker
is Carol Cross, director of Health Cen-
tral's ExpressCare. She will give de-
tails on how to make the most out of
a visit to a physician and how to uti-
lize healthcare resources to the max-
imum.
The catered luncheon is from 11:30 1
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Old Fire Sta-
tion Recreation Center, 127 S. Boyd
St. Cost is $4. Those attending must
register and pay at the rec office. I
Surprise Drive. For more information:
call 407-656-4155.

VFW activities .
West Orange VFW Post 4305 an,
its Ladies and Men's auxiliaries wi*l
attend a barbecue hosted in their hon'
or at Golden Pond Assisted Living on-'
April 18 at 5 p.m. ;
Members have planned an upcomt,
ing afternoon of bingo and have,
awards for the residents at Golden,
Pond.
The Department of Florida VFW
Spring Roundup will be held in Ocalal
April 20-21.

Tea and fashion show
Celebrate friendship with a tea and
fashion show April 28. Seniors are in-
vited to join the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department's Active 50 and
Over program, and the event is being
held in conjunction with the Red Hat
Society. It takes place from 2-5 at Tan-
ner Hall.
Tables will be set for an old-fash-
ioned tea by each hostess and co-host-:
ess. There will be a fashion show, ven-
tdors, community organizations and
prizes. Hats are encouraged, and
gloves are optional.
The cost is $5 in advance, $8 at the
door. For more information, call the rec
office at 407-656-4155.

Diabetes screening
at W.G. Kmart
A free diabetes screening will take
place April 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m._
at Kmart, 13105 W. Colonial Drive,
Winter Garden. For more informa-
tion, call 800-713-3301. No appoint-
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Hernandez honored
at Health Central Park
Silvia Hernandez, CNA team lead-
er at Health Central Park, was named
the April Employee of the Month at the
facility. She is a four-year veteran and
is recognized for being a well-skilled
professional with a "can-do" attitude
who is always willing to go the extra
mile.
Her co-workers say they can rely
on her to render assistance, and she
can be relied upon to report up the
chain of command. She is an inde-
pendent thinker and a problem solver.
Hernandez is always helpful and
accommodating to guests and is polite
and friendly. She puts concerned res-
idents and family members at ease.
She is always appropriately dressed,
including with a smile, and reports to
work as scheduled.


HCP residents take a trip to the zoo
Rubye Waters (seated with activities assistant Linda Thornton) was
among the residents of Health Central Park who made a community trip
to the Central Florida Zoo in Sanford last month to see a variety of
wildlife and zoo animals on their Tuesday outing. Upon leaving, Waters
said, '1I had the best day ever!' There was such an overwhelming response
to the outing that another 2 trips were planned for April to accommo-
date all the residents who wanted to visit. HCP is at 411 N. Dillard St.,
Winter Garden. To be part of the facility's volunteer program, call Judy
Sk'ilton at 407-296-1656.


SILVIA HERNANDEZ


Claflin celebrates milestone with friends
George Claflin of Winter Garden turned 90 on March 31 and was joined by several church members and
friends who are also in their 90s. With Claflin (far left) at his birthday celebration are, I-r, Charlotte Manning
(91 years old), George Reaves (92) and Ruth Hawk (90).


Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. J. and G. Woltman 2. A.
Scott-B. Shelton 3. L. and T. Sauli-
no 4. D. Parrish-J. Mitchell 5. S. Jor-
dan-J. Swartwood; E-W: 1. B. and F.
Van Buren 2. M.J. and J. Dortu 3. E.
Kalember-C. Sniegowski 4. N.
Fortin-M. Guthrie 5. V. Oberaitis-J.
Muzeni.

Lipscomb's history
of W.G. theaters
printed in magazine
"Flickers, Fires and Flames - A
History of Winter Garden's Theatres"
has been published in the April issue
of Reflections from Central Florida,
the Historical Society of Central Flori-
da's magazine.
The publication is currently circu-
lated among the society's members,
but copies can be obtained at the Or-
ange County Regional History Cen-
ter. 65 E. Central Blvd.. Orlando.


Celebrating old times together
Seven friends who grew up together in the Winter Garden area - from left, Phil Zabukovec, Mark Echert,,
Jeff Echert, Mike Daniels, David Zabukovec, Glenn Climer and, in front, Louis Fazio - gathered with fam-
ily and friends at the Winter Garden Pizza Company while the Echert brothers were in town for training. Jeff:
is doing his residency for physical therapy and will be returning to the Salt Lake City, Utah, area to join his
wife. Mark, who is taking an EMT course, has accepted a position as forest ranger with the National Parks
Service and will be moving to Montana with his wife. The friends had fun reminiscing over their many ad,
ventures.


Lions hold annual egg hunt
The Winter.Garden Lions Club held its 57th Easter egg hunt at Newton Park. The golden-egg winners:
were, I-r, Trey House (0-2 age group), Collin Karney (3-4), Paul Atwood (5-6), Bryce Walker (7-9) anad:
Courtnie Haar(10-12). The club thanks the community for another great year. For more information aboitj
the Lions and how to be of service to the community, contact Nancy Walker at nancy@jasonwalker.biz. '



eep our Winter Garden Growing.

rter Conservation is at the Root.


Saving Florida's water resources is a vital :1

onsibility that will take everyone's participation.

than half of residential water use occurs outdoors.


CEDAR BAY

Veterinary Clinic


* Unhurried Exams

* Natural Foods

* Vaccine Titer
Testing

* Acupuncture

210 S. Dillard St,
Winter Garden
407-656-8004
www.cedarbayvet.com


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John Stallings to
speak Sunday at
First Assembly of God
The Rev. JohnStallings will
continue as a pulpit guest at
Winter Garden First Assembly
of God this Sunday, April 15.
Stallings is a Dove Award-win-
ning songwriter and interna-
tionally known speaker.
The services are at 10:30 a.m.
and 6 p.m., and he will speak
on "Winning the battle for the
home" and "10 reasons why
God will heal you." There will
be prayer for the sick Sunday
evening and special music in all
services.
The church is at 890
Vineland Road, Winter Garden.
For more information, call 407-
656-3949.








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Ocoee


Confederate Memorial Service st Ocoee Cemetery


The Captain Bluford M. Sims
camp of the Sons of Confederate Vet
erans invites the community to at
tend its annual Confederate Memoria
Service to be held Saturday, Apri
28, at the Ocoee Cemetery at 7:3(

Paws to Read
Be an Angel Therapy Dogs Min
istry will present a program for chil
dren involving reading and certified
therapy dogs at the West Oaks Librar'
in Ocoee on Saturday, April 28, front
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Seating is limited. To reserve a spot
call 407-835-7323.

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


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s p.m.
- - Refreshments will be served at the
- pavilion. Seating is limited, so those
i attending are asked to bring chairs.
l RSVP to Glen Richardson at 407-
0 877-7472 or cappouch@aol.com.



- Rummage and
d bake sale
y The Christian Women's Fel-
n lowship of the Ocoee Christian
Church (Disciples of Christ) is
t, holding a rummage and bake
sale this Saturday, April 14,
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
church is located at 15 S. Blu-
ford Ave.

It
s
i. Bedtime stories at
g Ocoee branch library
The West Oaks Library in Ocoee is
u hosting bedtime stories for children
s on Wednesday, April 18, at 7 p.m.
- Children are invited to wear pajamas,
h bedroom slippers and bring blankets.
d Cookies and milk are served after the
d stories.

- Diabetes screening,
d at Walgreen's
e A free diabetes screening will take
, place April 16-17 from 9:30 a.m.'to 5
e p.m. at Walgreen's, 8849 W. Colo-
S ni'al Drive, Ocoee.
- For more information, call 800-
713-3301. No appointment is neces-
e sary.
d
- Job-seeking advice
. at West Oaks Library
s Jamie Yasko-Mangum, owner of
, Successful Style and Image will
e demonstrate how to create and main-
e tain a professional, polished appearance
for those seeking jobs on Saturday,
n April 28, from 2-3:15 p.m.
0 There will be a drawing for a free
- copy of Yasko-Mangum's new book
- Look, Speak and Behave for Women:
6 Expert Advice on Image, Equitte and
- Effective Communication for the Pro-
fessional.


UPHOLDING
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* Will it build GOODWILL
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TIMOTHY M. MERCADO

Mercado graduates
from basic training
Air Force Airman Timothy M. Mer-
cado, a 2006 graduate of Ocoee High
School, has graduated from basic mil-
itary training at Lackland Air Force
Base in San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training,
the airman studied the Air Force mis-
sion, organization and military cus-
toms and courtesies; performed drill
and ceremony marches;, received
physical and rifle marksmanship train-
ing; and special training in human re-
lations.
In addition, airmen who complete
basic training earn credits toward an
associate degree through the Com-
munity College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Tina Mercado of
Starbird Drive, Ocoee.

Line dancing in Ocoee
Line dance classes are held each
Wednesday and Friday morning from
9-10:30.
This is a fun way to exercise and
work out at the same time. Please wear
leather sole shoes or something com-
fortable.
These lessons are field in the Ocoee
Community Center behind the old fire
station and the Withers-Maguire
House. For more information, call
Glenda Marshall at 407-294-9048.


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Aw.


West Orange Seniors
annual picnic
On Thursday, April 19, the West
Orange Seniors are all invited to a
12:30 p.m. picnic sponsored by the
Ocoee Recreation Department on the
grounds behind the Community Cen-
ter. Hot dogs, hamburgers, drinks and
desserts will be furnished. Bring a side
dish to complement the luncheon.
On April 21, the Seniors will trav-
el to the old sugar mill in DeLeon
Springs State Park. The bus leaves the
community center at 10 a.m. Lunch
is at noon at the mill. The cost for the
bus, park entrance, meal and gratuity
is $16. For reservations, call Mary
Black at 407-656-4813.
Last Thursday, the Seniors attend-
ed the monthly meeting of AARP
Chapter 2518 at St Pauls Presbyteri-
an Church in Ocoee and enjoyed an
ethnic dinner.
Celebrating birthdays were Rose
Straley and Carolyn Weigel.
Every Monday the group plays bin-
go in the community center from 1-3
p.m. Snacks are served at 2 p.m.
For more information, call Helen
Esposito at 407-948-2395.

Health Central has
volunteer openings
Health Central Auxiliary in Ocoee
is in need of volunteer help in rlany ar-
eas of the hospital.
Support positions available include
the information desk and medical of-
fice building desk (greeting and di-
recting patients and visitors), medi-
cal/surgical floor (assisting nurses and
patients), outpatient lab (assisting
nurse/technician with patients), phar-
macy, radiology, support services
(with such skills as computer knowl-
edge, piano-playing and secretarial
support) and surgical waiting (assist-
ing families of surgical patients).
Orientation and training are pro-
vided, and flexible hours are avail-
able.
For shift hours and details of duties
and responsibilities, call Paulina
Wolfe, director of volunteer services,
at 407-296-1148.


City Hall hours
Ocoee City Hall is open from 7:30
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through
Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fri-
days.


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Garden club meets
at St. Pauls
The Robinswood Garden Club held
its monthly meeting at St. Pauls Pres-
byterian Church on April 3. The pro-
gram, led by Carol Everhart, was
"Victorian Language of Flowers,
Where Every Flower Has a Meaning."
Some of the Victorian flowers Car-
ol displayed in the arrangements were
red roses, red carnations, lavender and
baby's breath.
The 2007-08 slate of club officers
who will be installed at Logan's Steak-
house May 1 are President Dee Stack,
1st Vice President Connie Fowler, 2nd
Vice President Sharon Zink, Secre-
tary Betsy P. Talpalar and Treasurer
Doris Tindall.
Members signed a card for Tom
MacCubbin, Orange County horti-
culture extension agent, who is retir-
ing.
Anyone wishing to join the club is
invited to the meetings, which are held
the first Tuesday of each month from
September to May at 7:30 p.m. at 1450
Citrus Oaks Drive in Ocoee (across
from the West Oaks Mall).

Hawkins graduates
Jesse Hawkins of Ocoee recently
graduated from Columbia College-
Orlando with a Bachelor of Science
degree in management.
Columbia College-Orlando serves
nearly 25,000 students each year at
its day campus, evening campus, 32 na-
tionwide campuses, online campus
and graduate studies program.
The college was founded in Mis-
souri in 1851 as Christian Female Col-
lege and was renamed Columbia Col-
lege in 1970 when it became coedu-
cational.

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

Ocoee Rotarians
meet at Ison Center
The Rotary Club of Ocoee has a
new home. The Rotarians now meet
each Wednesday at the Tom Ison Cen-
ter on 1701 Adair Street at 7:30 a.m.


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45... . Years!
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Tours each weekend
at Ocoee museum
The Withers-Maguire House
Museum, located in the Ocoee
Municipal Complex on Blu-
ford 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 spe-
cial rates can be arranged by
calling Elizabeth Maguire at
407-656-2051.


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Landscape and irrigation'
seminar
The city of Ocoee will hold a land-
scape and irrigation seminar on Fri-
day, April 27 (National Arbor Day k.
from 6-9 p.m. in the Ocoee Commum-
nity Center near City Hall. 1
Guest speakers will be Ed Thralls;
urban horticulturist and master gar-
dening coordinator for the University
of Florida and Orange County Exten.
sion Services, and David Waller, hor-
ticulturist for the city of Oviedo and
UF.
The community is invited to hear
these two speakers, tour the POWR
Park and enjoy refreshments. Pre-reg.-
istration is required by calling 407-
905-3100, Ext. 4000.

Unity Church of
Christianity offers
meditation training
United Church of Christianity at
4801 Clarcona-Ocoee Road will host
a special meditation training class ber
ginning Wednesday, April 18, at 7:309
p.m. and continuing through Wednes.-
,day, May 16. "
The Rev. Robert Marshall, senior
minister, will lead students through a
variety of meditation practices, in-
cluding those simple enough for the be-
ginner as well as complex enough for
advanced students.
Over the years, the Rev. Marshall his
developed approaches to meditation
that he says assist students in more
rapidly achieving the inner experi-
ences that they seek. He has taught
meditation practices for more than 30
years, and is the author of The Innet
Core: Exploring the Mystical Christ
tian Experience. 'i
For more information, call 407-295-
9181.


Veterans Services
Office in Ocoee ;
American Legion Post 109 has aT
ranged assistance for veterans who
need to file for benefits.
Through the post's efforts, Orange
County Government has established '
Veterans Services Office in Ocoee
and agency representative Tofnnie
Maldonado will be available Mon-
days and Thursdays to help answer
questions and file forms. , i
His services will be offered at the
Tom Ison Seniors and Veterans Cent
ter, 1701 Adair St., Ocoee, from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
He will help veterans file new
claims; reopen denied claims; re.vieV
old claims, rating decisions and a'po
peals; apply for increases., idows
benefits, burial benefits, pensions. sur.
vivor benefits program claims and t6
prepare notice ofdisagreements and �al
peals. Counselors are also available
for group benefits briefings. To schedi
uled a briefing, call 407-836-8990>4
For more information, call 407-654V
8493. ".

Bereavement support .
at St. Pauls in Ocoee
VITAS Innovative Hospice Carf
offers bereavement support groups *to
anyone who has experienced the lobs
of a loved one. These groups offer un-
derstanding, useful information and
sharing with others who are gneving,
An ongoing general grief support
group is held Mondays from 6:30-Sg
p.m. at St. Pauls Presbyterian Church,
9600 W. Colonial Drive in Ocoeii
This group is led by staff from V%'
TAS Innovative Hospice Care. 4
To register or for more information;
call Maureen at 407-691-9549

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
at7 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 o4
check out the club's Web site at
www.womansclubofocoee.com.







Thursday, April 12, 2007 The West Orange Times 9A


Get rid of
hazardous

waste
Orange County will conduct
a household hazardous and elec-
AV tronic waste community col-
e s election event at the Orange
County Services Building in
S. , Ocoee this Saturday, April 14,
wh b from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The facil-
ity is at 475 W. Story Road.
Products with the following
words on the label could be haz-
jo ardous waste: pesticide, caus-
tic, acid, poison, flammable,
warning or danger.
Other items being accepted
include pool chemicals, paint
Janet Bergh speaks to Rotary and stains, chemistry sets, var-
Janet Bergh, Ocoee Middle School reading specialist, was a recent nishes andpolishes, photography
guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Ocoee. She enlightened the club chemicals, batteries, computer
about the basics of 'Learning to Read and Reading to Learn.' This pro- monitors, telephones and fax
gram is based on a series of building blocks, each previous one essential machines, keyboards and house-
to the next. It starts in infancy with phonemic awareness, the 1st block hold entertainment electronics.
whereby the child learns that certain things make certain sounds. The Leaky containers should be
next block is phonics, the skill to transfer sound into print (also called packedinalargercontainerwith
decoding). As the child's ability become more fluent in terms of speed absorbent material. Do not mix
and accuracy, the change occurs where they begin to 'read to learn.' materials into a single contain-
As the child's vocabulary increases so does his or her comprehension. er.
Bergh told the club that the local schools are in need of all sorts of as- For details on the free event,
distance with the reading programs. This can be in the form of mone- copartmentact 407-836-6636.the Soid Waste De-
tary contributions or volunteering. For more information, call Bergh at apartment at 407-836-6636.
407-877-5035.

Interact student speaks about her experience at RYLA


Ocoee High School 11th-grader
Tiffany Smith, the president of the
school's Interact Club, spoke to the
Iotary Club of Ocoee about the four-
day Rotary Youth Leadership
Awards (RYLA) program she at-
tended in March. RYLA is a district-
administered program of Rotary In-
ternational aimed at developing qual-
ities of leadership and good citizen-
ship in young people of high school
age.
Each year, thousands of young
people aged 14-18 take part in this in-
ternational program. Teens chosen
for their leadership potential attend
an all-expenses-paid seminar, camp
'r workshop to discuss leadership
skills and to learn those skills through
practice. Rotary clubs and districts
select participants and facilitate the
vyent's curriculum.
-,-Tiffany said it was the best lead-
.ership event she had ever attended.
It was not just speakers and discus-
sion groups but a lot of fun and
games,, she said.


Ocoee High student Tiffarny Smith was welcomed to a recent Ocoee
Rotary meeting by President Lou Forges.


The experience was "inspirational"
and "life changing" and gave her the
tools she would use for the rest of


her life, she said..
Tiffany thanked the club for'send-.
ing her to this event.


Civitan Club supports Relay for Life
The West Orange Civitan Club recently gave the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life more than
$3,700. The money was raised during the club's annual Tea Party Extravaganza held at West Orange High
School. Civitan President Cindy Baker (left) and Tea Party Co-chair Kelly Chambers (far right) presented
a check to Sheila Jackson, chairman of the Relay for Life of West Orange at a recent club meeting. The
Relay of Life of West Orange will be held April 13-14 at Ocoee High School.


Ocoee opens spring
grant program
The spring cycle for the city of
Ocoee's Community Merit Awards
(CMA) Program opened April 1. These
awards are financial grants made to non-
profit organizations whose members in-
clude Ocoee residents and business peo-
ple. The maximum grant award is $500.
The CMA program is designed to ac-
knowledge excellence and to further the
benefits these local organizations bring
to the Ocoee community.
Applications are available on the
city's Web site at www.ci.ocoee.fl.us
or at the City Hall reception desk. Com-
pleted applications should be mailed or
delivered to Ocoee City Hall, Commu-
nity Relations, 150 N. Lakeshore Drive,
Ocoee, FL 34761. Deadline to submit ap-
plications is April 30.
Applications for the Community
Merit Awards are accepted twice a year.
The applications are reviewed and
ranked by the Community Merit
Awards Review Board, a group of res-
idents appointed by the Ocoee City
Commission.
The Merit Awards Review Board
makes a recommendation to the City
Commission on which applications to
fund. The commission then makes the
final decision.
For more information, call Joy P.
Wright at 407-905-3100.


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for Bankruptcy Relief under the Bankruptcy Code.


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We will explain to you FREE OF CHARGE how Bankruptcy
works and how it may help you if:
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* Your Car is about to be Repossessed
* You are overwhelmed with Debt and afraid of losing Everything
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The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely
upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written infor-
mation about our qualifications and experience.


A.C.E.S.
(Annual Chavri.t eVent Sponsors)
Alarie Design Associates, BellSouth, Castle & Cooke,
Designer's Press, Hilton Grand Vacations, Isleworth,
Lifestyle Publications, Medical Center Radiology Group,
Orlando Leisure, Orlando Style, Progress Energy,
The Robins & Morton Group, Steinway & Sons, Step2 Group,
Tavistock Foundation, The West Orange Times,
West Orange Junior Service League

Benefactors
A Friends Foundation, Deb Linden, Dewitt Excavating,
Health Central, Health Central Auxiliary,
Neumayer Productions, Pepsi Bottling Group Inc.,
Petro Family Foundation Inc., Rotary Club of Windermere,
The Bond Foundation, The Morgridge Family Foundation,
West Oaks Mall, West Orange Chamber of Commerce,
West Orange Junior Service League, Westgate Foundation


An Cventnj of Temptation Sponsors


presenting g Sponsor
Veranda Park
VeLVet'Touch
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Sweet- Sensations
Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice,
High Line Car Sales Inc./Nick and Stina D'Uva,
Hill, Adams, Hall and Schieffelin P.A., Hilton Grand Vacations,
Island One Resorts, J.R.'s Attic, Johnson-Laux Construction LLC,
McKesson, Merceles Benz of South Orlando, Mid-Florida Cardiology,
Orlando Heart Center, Orlando Regional Healthcare,
Randy June, Simon and Renee Bailey, Southpark Dental Group,
Steinway Piano Galleries, SunT'Iust, United Medical Corp/Dizney,
The West Orange Times


evening of fndulgence
Alan Norton and Blue P.A., Alice Williams,
Amerigroup Community Care, AXA Advisors,
Back Room Boutique, BrightFuture Electric, Brion Price,
Care America HHC, Cosmabella, DeWitt,
Dr. Mark G. Brooks, M.D., Family Physicians,
Health Central Sleep Lab, Karen Ardaman and Herff Jones,
Manheim's Florida Auto Auction of Orlando,
Myron and Sherry Thaden, Nurse on Call, Orlando Style Magazine,
Pamela Trudeau, RBC Centura Bank, Roper YMCA Family Center,
Sembler, Stonebridge Homes, The Quality of Life Fund,
Timeshares Only

Temptin- DeLtghts
City of Winter Garden, Dr. Scott D.Marsel, M.D.,
Gentiva, Health Care Support Staffing,
Kay Behrens, Ken and Selma Harker, Mainstreet Realtors,
Morrison Management Specialist, OB-GYN of Central Florida,
Sines, Girvin, Blakeslee and Campbell, Vitas


ThanI ou Sponsors!
'Tracy & Joe Seebach - Veranda Park
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Coastal Wine and Spirits
Lori Gibson - J.R's Attic
Steinway Piano
Deb Linden - Island One Resorts
Hilton Vacation Club

ThanK ioul
To those who made a personal
commLttnent to adopt chooLs:
John & Carrie Morgridge - 13 Schools
Jim & Carrie Smith - 1 School
Harris Rosen - 1 School
Cathy Rustin - School Partners
Vivienne Lewis - School Partners


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10A The West Orange Times Thursday, April 12, 2007


Treat your taste buds while gerying to know some of the best restaurants and
basi.nc.ne.sr in Went Ot'-rng CGzun . join us for an evening of Food and
beverage samples from premter restauraris. caterers and beverage
diit i.butor;. a2 w1ie as tabletop ce-hibirs Frr.m leading businesses.

Thursday, April 19, 2007, 5:00pm - 8:30pm
Open to the public - Rain or shine * Veranda Park Tented Outdoor Pavilion
$31 in advance . $4.i at the door - To purchase tickeLs, call o07-656-1304
.RI Brands. LLC Bella Caf A Ba Rismtoante Caf T n TuTango
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Thursday, April 12, 2007 The West Orange Times 11A


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For more than three years Carl D. Pattetson Jr., Peggy Lantz, and Kevin Azzouz worked to'd .* ' -_
a exquisitely detailed historical accountof Windermere history. As a special tribute to
Carl D. Patterson Jr.. Azzouz Publishing Company will present Windermere residents with free
copies of Patterson's 534-page "Windermere Among the Lakes, The Story of a Small Town
coffee table book.

A Windermere resident for decades, Mr. Patterson served as mayor and town planner, as wells
chairman of the Historic Preservation Board. For 15 years, he researched, compiled and wrote -
an in-depth history of Windermere. It is through this book that Carl's legacy and his love for
Windermere live on.

The FREE books will be available, one copy per
household, at the Windermere Rotary
Festival Among the* Lakes, April 14 & 15 at Lake Down.

All town of Windermere residents should receive a postcard in the mail announcing this special
gift.Please present this postcard at the Windermere Among the Lakes book booth (next to
booth 18) at the Windermere Rotary Festival to receive your free copy of this unique literary
portrait of Windermere's history, Then, take the advice offered in the book's forward by John
Mills Nabers to find a shady spot along Lake Down to enjoy a chapter of Windermere's history.



Kevin H. Amuz, Publ4er


To purchase additional books for $29.00 please call Jernitfer Collier at 407 822-0585.


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12A The West Orange Times Thursday, April 12, 2007




Windermere


Pictured is a 28-member group from First Baptist Church Windermere that traveled to Costa Rica on a mis-
sion trip March 10-18. The group was made up of middle and high school students, who are part of the church's
WIRED Student Ministry, and chaperones.


First Baptist youth complete mission
Twenty-eight members of First Baptist They were involved in door-to-door evan-
Church Windermere went to Costa Rica gelism, church planting and discipleship
March 10-18 as part of a mission trip training. Each member of the team played
with WIRED, a student ministry of the an integral part in helping to start six new
church. The group includes middle and churches in the area of Liberia, Costa
high school students and chaperones. Rica.


Rotary honors 4-Way Test winners


Every year the Rotary Club of Win-
dermere sponsors the Four-Way Test
Essay Contest for students, at Lake
Whitney, Thornebrooke and Winder-
mere elementary schools and Edge-
wood Children's Ranch.
On March 27 at Windermere Ele-
mentary, the club members went back
to school days and enjoyed breakfast
as they listened to essays read by the
grade-level winners of the essay contest.
Essay topics varied but love and re-
spect for parents and, in particular a
grandfather, was a common theme in
several of the essays.
Each winner received a wall plaque
engraved with his or her name, a gold-
en ruler and $50 cash. Runners-up re-
ceived $25 cash and a wall plaque.
The Windermere Elementary win-
ners of the Windermere Rotary Club
4-Way Contest were Gabriela Ruiz,


Noah Field, Caitlin Steiner, Jacob
Kirschner, Samantha Potter-Rainey,
Devin Maloney, Austin Lile, Katelyn
Newberg and Allysa Pirtle. The run-
ners-up were Jason Sheridan, Hannah
McCann, Colin Hummel, Laura Nasim,
Ryan Heitz, Spencer Craig, Bella
Robinson, Cherlie Rosa and Andi
Crowell.
The Four-Way Test is a guide used
by Rotarians to judge the things they
think, say and do. It asks the following
questions: Is it the truth?, Is it fair to
all concerned?, Will it build goodwill
and better friendships? and Will it be
beneficial to all concerned? The stu-
dents learned this is a great guide to de-
cision making.
The Rotary Club of Windermere
meets Tuesday mornings at Town Hall.
For more information, call Coert
Voorhees at 407-876-6897..


Breast Cancer Support Group meets at St. Luke's
A Breast Cancer Support Group is The group is for those who have been,
meeting at St. Luke's United Methodist recently diagnosed, need information or
Church on the second Monday of each want support. The church is located at
month from 7-8:30 p.m. The meeting 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
dates are May 14, June 11, July 9, Aug. land. For more information, 407-876-
13, Sept. 10, Oct. 8, Nov. 12 andDec. 10. 4991, Ext. 262.





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trip to Costa Rica
Afterward, they took some time to tour
the beautiful country with a trip to the
beach and a hike to a remote waterfall. All
returned safely and were filled with sto-
ries of the life-changing experience. The
next trip to Bolivia is planned for June.



Jazz under the Starz
is April 17 at West
Orange Country Club
The community is invited to
a benefit for the Olympia High
School Band program on Tues-
day, April 17, at West Orange
Country Club.
The program will feature the
OHS Jazz Band and saxophone
quartet and the jazz bands from
Gotha and Chain of Lakes mid-
dle schools.
The festivities will begin at 6
p.m. and include an Italian buf-
fet and silent auction. The mu-
sic begins at 6:30 p.m. and con-
tinues until 10. Tickets are $15
in advance and $20 at the door.
For more information or tick-
ets, send an e-mail to Mary Mar-
garet at mandmp@aol.com.



Library offering photo
IDs for children
The Windermere Library will spon-
sor free electronic fingerprinting and
photo Ids for children on Tuesday,
April 24, from 5:45-7:45 p.m. The
program is offered through the Chil-
dren's Safety Village of the Orange
County Sheriff's Office. The parent
retains the cards and no records are
kept by law enforcement. Each card is
prepared in approximately 10 min-
utes. The program is for children ages
2 and older, and reservations are re-
quired. To make an appointment, call
the library Community Relations De-
partment at 407-835-7481.

Gaming time at
Windermere Library
The Windermere Library is hosting
a gaming event Saturday, April 21, at
2 p.m. Teen-agers are invited to check
out the new game consoles, play Dance
Dance Revolution, munch on snacks
and meet other gamers. Registration is
required by calling 407-835-7323. "


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Rotary fun festival
set for Camp Down
this weekend
The Windermere Rotary Club will
sponsor its annual Festival Among the
Lakes at Camp Down this Saturday
and Sunday, April 14 andl5, from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m.
The festival will include art and
crafts booths, food, games, entertain-
ment, an extensive boat show and raf-
fles. The games and challenges will
be presented by Windermere Ele-
mentary School
Tickets are currently on sale for a
drawing to win a 19-foot Regal boat
and trailer donated by Boat Tree. The
drawing will be held at 5 p.m. Sun-
day, April 15. Tickets are available
from Rotarians in advance and at the
festival.
For more information on the event,
send an email to Festival Chairman -
Bob Sprick at rfsprick@yalloo.com.
Proceeds from the event will bene-
fit Windermere Rotary charities.

Contagious Christian
Class to begin April 28
Area residents are invited to join
Ray Lloyd and Rhonda Rhodes to
learn how to comfortably share their
faith with others. Windermere Com-
munity Church will sponsor the Con-
tagious Christian Class on Saturday,
April 28, at 8:30 a.m. The morning
will begin with a continental break-
fast, registration and fellowship. The
fee for the book accompanying the
class is $11. Willow Creek Ministries
developed the instruction.
Windermere Community Church is
located at 8464 Winter Garden-
Vineland Road (County Road 535) by
Keene's Pointe.
For more information, call 407-909-
4310 or go to the church's Web site at
www.windermerecommunitychurch.
com.

Windermere Union
Church to show
'The Secret' on April 15
The community is invited to view the
DVD of The Secret on Sunday, April
15, at 4 p.m. The presentation will
take place at the church, 10710
Parkridge-Gotha Road, Windermere,
and will be followed by a group dis-
cussion and refreshments. Admission
is free.
The best-selling book and DVD by
Rhonda Byrne has been featured on
Oprah and discusses an ancient be-
lief in the law of attraction and the
power of positive energy used by
many of history's greatest teachers.
For more information, call the
church office at 407-876-2112.


Walker named National Merit Finalist


Local student
named to Emory
dean's list
Windermere resident Jen-
nifer Kha was recently named
to the dean's list at Emory Col-
lege, the undergraduate, lib-
eral arts college of Emory Uni-
versity in Atlanta for the fall
semester.
She is the daughter of Bo
Kha and Donna Kha of Win-
dermere.
Students must be in the top
20 percent of Emory College
students and have approxi-
mately a 3.82 grade-point av-
erage or higher to be named.
to the dean's list.


Assistant General Manager Victor Miller (left), florist Gertie Williams.
(front, right) and Health Central Director of Community Relations Alma
Van Der Velde (back, right) are pictured with community event attendees:


Isleworth Publix patrons recently attended a joint program sponsored
by the supermarket and Health Central featuring a cooking demon-
stration for Apron's recipes. Pictured (1-r) are Lesley Pinder, Apron's Chef
Katie Tackett, Nadia Wong, Assistant General Manager Victor Miller,;
Apron's Culinary Chef Vickie Sanders and Terry Peters.

Health Central and Publix join
together on 2 community events


The Publix supermarket near Isle-
worth recently teamed up with
Health Central hospital on two com-
munity events - floral arranging for
loved ones and an Aprons cooking
event.
Florist Gertie Willilams demon-
strated how to make eight different
floral arrangements and gave atten-
dees many useful tips on decorating
with flowers. At the conclusion of
the program, the arrangements were
given away and patrons left with new
information on new ways to create
special bouquets for family and
friends.


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For the second event, Publix
brought in culinary experts Vickie
Sanders and Katie Tackett to put on
an Apron's cooking demonstration.
They discussed healthy eating habits,:
techniques for food preparation and
how to follow an Apron's recipe.
They created chicken piccata with
couscous and quick asparagus.
The Publix Apron's recipes pro-
vide a shopping list, recipe instruc-'
tions, suggested utensils and cook-
ware, shortcuts tips, preparation and,
cooking times and a total breakdown'
of calories and nutrient content.
Attendees enjoyed tasting the
recipes and received a folder con-
taining a collection of recipes, along
with some Health Central culinary,
souvenirs.
A special thank you goes to Isle-'
worth Publix General Manager Alan
Sill and his assistant Victor Miller
for bringing Publix to Health Cen-
tral's Community Resource Center
at West Oaks Mall and entertaining
its community members.


WES to hold annual
talent show April 28
Windermere Elementary School
will hold its annual Talent Show,
Marches into Mardi Gras, on Saturday,
April 28, from 6-8 p.m. at Olympia
High School. The community is in-
vited to attend free event.
Organizers are currently looking
for corporate sponsors and advertis-
ers for the program playbill.
For information, call Talent Show
co-chair Dawn Briggs at 407-876-
1708 or send her an e-mail at dawn-
briggs@earthlink.net. Volunteer op-
portunities for community service
hours are also available. To volun-
teer, call Debi Lake at 407-876-7918
or send an e-mail to
dlake2@cfl.rr.com.


Keene's Pointe resident Anna
Walker, a senior at West Orange
High School, was recently named a
National Merit Finalist in the Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Competi-
tion. Students qualify for the schol-
arship competition program by tak-
ing the PSAT during their junior year
of high school. Of the more than 1.4
million entrants across the country,
less than 15,000 are selected as fi-
nalists. To reach this level of the
competition, the student not only has
to score at the very highest level on
the PSAT but also must have a
record of consistent high academic
performance in all of grades nine
through 12 and an SAT score that
confirms 'the PSAT score: In addi-
tion, students must submit an essay
and have a principal's recommen-
dation.
Walker has a 5.08 grade-point av-
erage - the highest ever attained by
a West Orange High School student.
Last week she was named one of
three valedictorians 'at WOHS. In
May, she will have completed 15 Ad-
vanced Placement courses. The Col-
lege Board has named Walker an AP
Scholar of Distinction, an honor that
is granted to students who receive,
an average grade of at least 3.5 on


ANNA WALKI=H
all AP exams taken and grades of 3
or higher on five or more exams.
Walker will attend Wake Forest
University in Winston-Salem, N.C.,
in the fall and plans to major in po-
litical science with minors in phi-
losophy and physics or math.
She is the daughter of John and
Bev Walker.







Thursday, April 12, 2007 The West Orange Times


Great Wine Shootout benefit set for April 15


The Bob Allen Family Foundation
and Tim's Wine Market will sponsor
the second annual Great Wine
Shootout on this Sunday, April 15,
from 3-6 p.m. The benefit will take
place at Rollie Allen's lakefront home
a( 611 W. Second Ave., Windermere.
SMore than 200 guests are expected
to attend. The community is invited
to enjoy an afternoon of great wines se-
lected by local wine experts to com-
pete for the award of Most Unique
Wine Poured.
'Tim Varan, owner of Tim's Wine
Market, conceived the idea for the
fund-raiser.
The way the shootout works is five
distributors are asked to select wines
in each of five categories: crisp, bright,
dry white; full-bodied oak white; fruit-
driven reds; high alcohol/high octane
red; and a wild card.
:The wines are described in detail
by Varan and his staff and are paired
with a selection of foods that com-
plement each varietal. Varan and his
staff will also talk about the wines and
their histories. Guests then taste and
vote for their favorite, and a winner
in each category is announced at the


end of the event.
Wine will be for sale by the bottle
or the case at discounted prices with
proceeds to benefit the Foundation.
Supporters of the Bob Allen Fam-
ily Foundation have come to know it
for its tradition of family - one of
the reasons the event is held at the
Allen lakefront home.
Tickets for the Shootout are $125
per person and must be purchased in
advance. Complimentary valet park-
ing will be available at two lots in
downtown Windermere with shuttle
transport to the home.
For more information or tickets, call
CT Allen at 407-876-1678 or send an
e-mail to TBAFF@aol.com.
The Bob Allen Family foundation
was created as a memorial tribute to
Robert C. Allen, a former Walt Disney
World executive who, in addition to his
work bringing Disney to Florida, was
a passionate believer in community
building. The foundation focuses its do-
nations on smaller and more grass-
roots community service organiza-
tions and projects. Since 1989, it has
awarded $500,000 to community ser-
vice organizations in Central Florida.


WUC presents concert with dessert April 22


The Music Department of Winder-
mere Union Church, United Church
of Christ has begun a concert series
called Sound Sweets. The program
will continue on Sundays, April 22,
May 20 and June 17, at 7:30 p.m.
On April 22, a program of traditional
and contemporary music will begin
with a performance by soprano Tiffany
Coburn, an internationally known
gospel singer, formerly of the vocal
ensemble "Truth." The group appeared
at backup singers for Sandi Patti.
Qoburn is currently a member of the
Voices of Liberty, appearing regular-
ly at Epcot.
The program also includes the praise
bond, Higher Calling, featuring drum-
mer Charlie Morgan (who played pre-
viously with Elton John), Jim Lucas
oh bass, Paul Rizzo at the keyboard,
J6hn DePaula on trumpet, James Hos-


ner on trombone and Eddie Marshall
on saxophone with vocalists La Nae
Luttrell, Carol Becker, Marshall Webb
and Kevin Harris. Guest artists include
Rick Melvern and Shaun Fisher.
During concert program coordinat-
ed by WUC Music Director Kevin
Harris, desserts from The Dessert Lady
will be available for purchase. The
Dessert Lady is a local restaurant at
the intersection of Conroy-Winder-
mere and Kirkman roads well known
for the fancy desserts it prepares for
retail and wholesale markets. Beverages
will be complimentary.
Admission is free, and the public is
invited to attend. Donations will be ac-
cepted to help the church youth pro-
gram.
The church is located at 10710
Parkridge-Gotha Road, Windermere.
For details, call 407-876-2112.


Down Syndrome Assoc. to hold dinner, auction at Camp Down
The Down Syndrome Association of tel stays, toys, therapy items and au-
Central Florida will sponsor its annu- tographed sports items, including a
al dinner and auction Friday, May 4, Chipper Jones framed jersey.
beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Orlando Util- Tickets are $25 per person and in-
ities Commission's Camp Down Park. clude dinner, open bar and entertain-
iThe yearly fund-raiser, Hooray for ment. Tickets can be purchased at the
Hollywood, will feature a live and door. For more information, call the
silent auction with items, including Down Syndrome Association at 407-
theme park tickets, golf packages, ho- 540-1121.

1;st Baptist of Windermere to begin class on love


. First Baptist Church Windermere
will begin a new class Wednesday,
April 25, at 6:30 p.m. designed to
teach participants the five primary
1ive languages and how to use them
tq express love with family and
friends.
'The class will continue on Wednes-
day nights through May 23. The fee for


the book associated with the class is
$10. The program will take place in
Room FLC 100 at First Baptist Win-
dermere, 300 Main Street, Winder-
mere.
For more information and to regis-
ter, call 407-876-2234 or go to the
church Web site at www.fbcwinder-
mere.com.


Looking to the future
Fifth-grade students in Ms. Green's gifted class at Windermere Ele-
mentary created various earthlike environments with protection shields
for a new planet. This engineering project was displayed at the Uni-
versity of Central Florida during a field .trip. Other environments creat-
ed include water, land, food, homes, entertainment and any other re-
sources needed to live. Pictured is Beth Goodwin displaying emer-
gency escape pods that fill the underground area of the project.


Eco Saturdays to feature Enchanted Walkabout April 21


Area residents are invited to come
to the Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve
Saturday, April 21, for the next Eco
Saturday program, an Enchanted
Walkabout, beginning at 10 a.m.
John Springer will lead partici-
pants on a walk through the preserve
and search for faces in the trees, wav-
ing leaves, fairy thrones, the eyes of
Merlin, dragons, gnomes and other
magical and mystical characters. The
program is limited to 25 participants.
On April 28, the program will be
creative camping. Area residents are


invited to join Chief Rowley as he
goes over the dos and don't of
camping in Florida. He will discuss
how to pitch a tent, set up the camp-
site, build a campfire and store food
and belongings. The program is open
to all ages but limited to 50 partici-
pants.
The preserve is located at 8777
County Road 535, Orlando. For more
information or for reservations, call
407-876-6696. All programs are free,
and participants are encouraged to
bring drinking water for hikes.


Tickets on sale for West Orange Jr. Service
League Phantom of the Opera fund-raiser gale


The West Orange Junior Service
League will host its annual fund-rais-
er, 'An Evening with the Phantom,'
this Saturday, April 14, at the Dou-
bleTree Hotel at the entrance to Uni-
versal Orlando.
Tickets and sponsorships for the
dinner-dance that also includes silent
and live auctions are available by call-
ing Kay Behrens at 352-223-5364.

.Library offers help with
home staging
The Windermere Library will offer a
program Tuesday, April 17, from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. to help home sellers make their
homes more appealing with creative use
of furniture placement and other deco-
rative touches. Professionals from Mor-
ris and Kalm, Residential Redesign, will
demonstrate how this is done.


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Festivities also include a competi-
tion for the title of "Phantom." Com-
munity residents competing for the ti-
tle are Samir Burshan, Carmine Car-
rozza, David Sylvester and Dan Petro.
The West Orange Junior Service
League is a non-profit women's ser-
vice organization that has a 60-plus-
year tradition of serving West Orange
County.


5K Run Among the Lakes coming Saturday


The Windermere Parks and Recre-
ation Committee will host its 6th an-
nual 5K run/walk this Saturday, April
14. The three-mile route begins at
Town Hall at 8 a.m. and will wind
along the shores of lakes Butler,
Bessie and Down. The committee ex-
pects more than 1,000 runners and
walkers to participate. Every partic-
ipant will receive a collector's edi-
tion T-shirt and complimentary food.
This year's T-shirt design features a
Windermere lake scene by Orlando
artist Jim Gerard Holehouse.
The entry fee is $10 for youth 17
and younger and adults 65 and older.
The entry for other adults is $20 from
April 8-13. The fee on race day is
$25. All participants should add $1 for
payment by credit card.
Registration is available through
Track Shack, 1104 North Mills Ave.,
Orlando or through the Web site at
www.trackshack.com.
A free kids runs will begin at 9:15
a.m. The first 100 children to regis-
ter will received a complimentary T-
shirt.
All participants will enjoy a com-


plimentary breakfast by Chik-fil-A
and Panera.
Race packets, including race num-
ber, T-shirt and information, can be
picked up Wednesday through Fri-,
day, April 11-13 at Track Shack or'
on race day beginning at 6:30 a.m.
The race is an unscored fun run for
runners and walkers of all ages. The
top 10 male and female finishers will'
receive awards. The awards ceremo-
ny is set for at 9:30 a.m.
Presenting sponsors are Bogin,:
Munns and Munns; Health Central;'
The First Academy; and Advanced
Stucco Design Inc.
Other sponsors include Keene's'
Pointe, Holston Properties, First Bap-
tist Church Windermere, The West
Orange Times, Tavistock Group,:
Main Street Realtors, Animal Clinic:
of Windermere and Windermere De-,
sign home and garden.
For information on sponsorships'
or to volunteer to help with the event,,
call Donna Steele at 407-876-8393.:
Information on the run is posted.
on the town Web site (www.town.,
windermere.fl.us).


Windermere Union Preschool offering 3 summer sessions:
Windermere Union Church Children ages 2-and-a-half, 3 and 4
Preschool is offering three one-week are invited to register.
summer sessions. The sessions are To register, call.407-909-0464.'
June 11-15, June 25-29 and July 16- The preschool is located at 10710
20. Program hours are 9 a.m. to 2 Park Ridge-Gotha Road, Winder,
p.m., and the fee is $125 per week. mere.


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Our Sixth Annual 5K Run/Walk
is held in the charming town -
of Windermere and follows the
shoreline of the beautiful
Butler Chain of Lakes.
Presented by
Bogin, Munns & Munns
Health Central
The First Academy
Advanced
Stucco Design, Inc.

Awards - Male & Female
The race is an unscored fun run for runners and
walkers of all ages. The top ten male and female
finishers will receive awards. No other times will be
recorded but participants will be able to get their
time from the overhead clock at the finish line.

Kids Run
The Kids Run is free to all children. Children must
register on the day of the event at the race site and
will be awarded finisher ribbons. The first 100
children to register will receive a complimentary
T-shirt.
Collector Edition T-shirt featuring
Orlando artist,
Jim Gerard Holehouse


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Saturday, April 14, 2007
8:00am 5K Run/Walk (3.1 miles)
9:15am Kids Run
9:30am Awards Presentation

Location
Town Hall on Main Street in Windermere.
Directions: 1-4 to Conroy Road Exit (#78). West 6
miles into town. Or, West Colonial Drive (Hwy 50)
to Maguire Rd, South 2 miles into town. Look for,
parking attendants.

Course
The 3.1 mile course is unpaved, hard-packed sand.
It meanders along the lakefront beneath the canopy
of old oak trees.

Registration
Walk in or mail completed entry form with entry
fee to Race Headquarters, Track Shack, 1104 North
Mills Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803
(407)896-1160 * www.trackshack.com
Checks payable to: Track Shack Foundation.

Entry Fee
Entry fees are non-refundable. Credit Cards accepted.
Cash/Check Other
Youth 17-under/65 & over $10 $11
Through April 7 $17 $18
April 8 through April 13 $20 $21
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New Chihuly exhibit will continue through May 12 at Millenia Fine Art


The work of Dale Chihuly, including
some new creations, has returned to
' Millenia Fine Art Gallery. The exhib-
->" it will run through May 12.
Two years ago, Chihuly's work was
presented in a super-sized show cov-
ering two major museums in Central
Florida. Throughout his career, Chi-
huly has pushed the limits of creating
with glass as his medium.
Represented in more than 200 mu-
seum throughout the world, including
the Museum of Modem Art, the Smith-
sonian, the Louvre and the Victoria and
Albert Museum, the artist's work has
been featured at Millenia since the
gallery's opening. Representative
pieces from the Seaforms and Macchia
series are included in the gallery col-
lection, along with the undulating
shapes of chandeliers and sconces.
Born in Tacoma, Wash., in 1941,
Chihuly dedicated the Chihuly Bridge
of Glass, an architectural art project,
to Tacoma in 2002. He was introduced
to glass while studying interior design
at the University of Washington. He
continued his studies at the Universi-
ty of Wisconsin and the Rhode Island
School of Design, where he later cre-
ated the glass studies program and
taught for 15 years.
In 1968, he was awarded a Fulbright
Fellowship to study in Venice where
he observed the "team approach" to
glass blowing. In 1976, he lost his left
eye to an automobile accident, the same
year in which New York's Metropoli-
tan Museum of Art acquired three
Navajo Blanket Cylinders. Due to his
team approach, his work went on and
grew in scope. It was at this time, while
beginning the Blankets, Seaforms and
Macchis series that he began to draw
and paint designs, which he would then
communicate to the glass blowers on his
team.


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This is a sample of the works of Dale Chihuly featured in an exhibit at
Millenia Fine Art Gallery that runs through May 12.


Sporting a trademark eye-patch, Chi-
huly is the leader of a group of 100
artist-employees. Awarded seven hon-
orary doctorates to date, he holds a
unique position in the world of fine art.


Cent. Fla. Women's League helps Red Cross
The Central Florida Women's League recently donated $2,000 to the
American Red Cross to help with tornado relief work in the DeLand
area. Sue Goodwin, charitable granting chair for the CFWL, is pictured
with Carmen Cardoza (right), financial development manager for the
American Red Cross.

2 Portofino Bay continues Harbor Nights event series


The Portofiho Bay Hotel at Uni-
versal Orlando will host Harbor
Nights Festa San Giorgio on Friday,
April 20, from 6:30-9 p.m. The cel-
ebration is modeled after a festival of
the same name in Portofino, Italy.
Festivities will include an Italian-
style celebration with live jazz, wine,
gourmet food samples and balcony


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.


shows overlooking the harbor piaz-
za.
Tickets are $35 each; there is free
self-parking and valet parking for
$5.
The hotel is located at 5601 Uni-
versal Blvd, Orlando.
For more information and tickets,
call 407-503-1407.


Chronic illness
support group meets
on the 4th Monday
Area residents are invited to a free
support group for people with 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 at 407-351-5582. The church is
located at 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando.


For more information on the gallery,
go to www.milleniagallery.com or call
407-304-8100. The gallery has a new
location at 555 Lake Destiny Drive,
Orlando.

Dr. Phillips Rotary to
host Author Series at
Southwest Library
The Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips and
the Orange County Library System
will co-sponsor its annual Author Se-
ries event Friday, April 27, at 6 p.m.
The community is invited to meet au-
thor Martha Powers and ask ques-
tions about her latest release, Death An-
gel. This is her third suspense novel.
Powers is a former Chicago news-
paper columnist, who also wrote
comedies for local theater perfor-
mances.
She is the recipient of several
awards from the Romance Writers of
America for her earlier books in that
genre. She currently lives in South
Florida and is an active member of
the Mystery Writers of America.
The free event will take place at the
Southwest Library on Della Drive off
Dr. Phillips Boulevard. Publix su-
permarkets will provide refreshments.
For more information, call Rotari-
an Rich Maladecki at 407-313-5020.

Free diabetes
screening at Kmart
CholestCheck Corp. will offer free
diabetes screening from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, April
17 and 18, at the Kmart, 7603 Turkey
Lake Road, Orlando.
For more information, call 800-713-
3301. No appointments are necessary.

Register youngsters
for Mannerly Kids I
Southeast Etiquette is taking reg-
istrations its next Mannerly Kids I
class scheduled for April 28 from
11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Timpano
Italian Chophouse. The restaurant is
located at 7468 Sand Lake Road, Or-
lando. The program is for children
ages 6-12, and the cost of the class
is $75 per student. Participants will
learn social, telephone and dining eti-
quette. Students receive a workbook
and instructional multi-course lun-
cheon and tutorial. They will learn
communication skills, how to meet
and greet people and will be in-
structed on making introductions, set-
ting the table and proper telephone
manners.
For information and to register, go
to www.southeastetiquette.com.

Learn tips on packing
at Orlando Women's
Connection luncheon
The community is invited to attend
a luncheon Thursday, April 12, from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Faith Hall
at First Orlando. The church is locat-
ed at 3000 S. John Young Parkway.
Tickets are $15 each.
The featured speaker is Barbara
Moss. An adventurous traveler, Moss
will offer Tips for Packing during her
talk, Pack your bag - let's go.
For reservations, call Julie at 407-
352-0038 or Ann at 407-877-7444 by
noon on Monday; April 9. Reserva-
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vard. Meetings take place each Thursday from 6:45-8 p.m.
New members are welcome, and there is no charge. For more in-
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Oakland


Families pause to check out the eggs in their baskets during the town
of Oakland's annual Easter egg hunt.

Oakland police scatter 1,000 eggs


More than 1,000 colored eggs were
hidden in Oakland's Speer Park for
the town's youngest residents to find
in the police department's annual East-
er egg hunt. Approximately 150 chil-
dren showed up, baskets in hand, to
participate in the hunt. Originally or-
ganized by the Silverliners, the event
had support from additional sponsors
this year: HealthEase/StayWell Inc.
and NEXT Community Church.
HealthEase brought its mobile van,
.?offered gi\ea%% a\ s. painted faces and
.'-pro% ided health testing and information
. for famdie in need.
' Oakland's NEXT Community
Church brought a live band and the
Chick-fil-A cow and provided the
sound system throughout the park.
Many Oakland police officers, as
well as their friends and family, sup-
ported the event, volunteering at the


Guidelines set
for cemetery
The board members of the Oakland-
Tildenville Cemetery have established
-,, a burial plot policy for the cemetery.
i, Under the new guidelines, every-
one pa\ s unless they have received a
' pre-paid letter, they have acceptable
i documentation of payment or they are
I notified otherwise by the cemetery
board.
., According to board members, citi-
Szens have the right to appeal and if
the board decides in a citizen's favor,
all monies will be refunded.
Anyone with questions can call the
1} St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church
office at 407-877-6616 or stop by 413
S W. Oakland Ave., Oakland.

Join the British
i Heritage Club
i The British Heritage Club meets on
5i the first Tuesday of the month at the
Oakland Presbyterian Church in Oak-
land at 7:30 p.m. Anyone of British
'K heritage is welcome to join.
Call Doris Merchant at 407-877-
i 8280 for more information.

: Share your
: Oakland news
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news from the town of Oakland. Res-
idents with a story or picture to share
or an event to promote can e-mail the
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cotton candy and Snow-Kone ma-
chines, handing out popcorn and help-
ing hide eggs. Officers also finger-
printed many of the children through
the Child-Ident-A-Kid program.
Each child and parent received a free
ticket prior to the start, which gave ev-
eryone the chance for other giveaways
after the hunt such as stuffed animals,
candy and two iPods donated by
HealthEase.
A blindfolded officer batted an East-
er pifiata filled with candy, and the
children scrambled to catch the good-
ies.
After the hunt, many families stayed
to enjoy music in the park as a breeze
blew in to cool the sunny and warm
afternoon. On hand to support the
event were Oakland Mayor Kathy
Stark and Commissioner Joseph Mc-
Mullen.


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

Scouts invited to
volunteer at ONP
The Oakland Nature Preserve is on
the lookout for Girl Scouts and Boy
Scouts who would like to volunteer
at ONP. The preserve welcomes boys
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.

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.




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Grace youth plan
pancake breakfast
The youth group at Grace Commu-
nity Church is sponsoring a commu-
nity pancake breakfast Saturday, April
28, at 8:30 a.m. All proceeds will help
make possible the group's mission trip
to the Children's Home Society in
Georgia in July.
The breakfast is $5 and includes
pancakes, syrup, bacon or sausage and
eggs. There will also be music and
games for the children.
Grace Community Church is at
14244 John's Lake Road, Clermont
(just east of Wal-Mart). For more in-
formation, call 407-492-8401.

How secure
is your home?
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
more information, call the OPD at
407-656-9797.

NEXT church
collecting items,
letters for troops
NEXT Community Church has
adopted a 53-member U.S. Army unit
- Alpha 82nd - stationed in Iraq,
and Pastor Scott Billue is gathering
items to send overseas as part of an
ongoing project.
Billue would like to send as many
letters as he can to accompany the care
packages. Many of the soldiers, he
said, are young and single and might
not be getting much mail from home.
Billue is asking children in West Or-
ange County to draw or color pictures
to send as well.
The church is collecting hard can-
dies and other snacks; hometown
newspapers and light-reading maga-
zines; and necessities such as razors,
soap, liquid body wash, lip balm, sun-
screen, handy wipes, toothbrushes and
toothpaste.
To participate in this outreach, con-
tact Pastor Billue at
pastorscott @ nextcommunity-
church.com or 407-654-9661 to ar-
range a drop-off or pick-up. The
church meets Sundays at the Oakland
Meeting Hall.

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.


A friendly game of football
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Entertainment


'Camelot' opens May 15 at the CarrPerforming Arts Centre with stage and film legend Michael York as King
Arthur.
Timeless 'Camelot' will star Michael York as King Arthur


Lerner and Loewe's masterpiece,
Camelot, will run May 15-20 at the
Carr Performing Arts Centre. Glenn
Casale will direct this re-staging of the
original script, adapted with an edgy
ne " concept by Michael Lerner and
cc produced by Liza Lerner, Alan Jay
Lerner's son and daughter, respec-
tively.


History Center hosts
The Orange County Regional His-
tory Center recently announced its
2007-08 season of limited-run ex-
hibits. The exhibits will include Flori-
da citrus labels, the museum's first
Smithsonian exhibits and a look at the
history of toys.
S"'Florida Citrus Labels: Crate Ap-
peal" will open Aug. 5 and include 25
original artworks of rare citrus labels
from the Dr. P. Phillips collection with
historical references to the communi-
ty's citrus industry.
"The Art of the Stamp," previous-
ly on view at the Smithsonian's Na-
tidnal Postal Museum, will open Aug.
~4: It will include 100 miniature mas-
tirpieces created by 52 professional
ilfMstrators and designers, with a rare
opportunity to glimpse how stamp de-
signs are developed from pencil
sketches to final artwork.
1 This is the third year the center will
present its annually changing exhibit,
'Orlando Remembered." Opening
Sept. 27, "Orlando remembered III:
Orlando A-Z" will include some of
the people, places and things that have


British stage and film legend
Michael York, who portrayed Cliff in
Bob Fosse's Oscar-winning film
Cabaret, D'Artagnan in The Three
Musketeers and was a featured star in
all three of the Austin Powers movies,
is heading the cast as King Arthur.
Camelot will mark York's North
American touring debut.


limited-run exhibits
made Orlando what it is today.
"Kid Stuff: Great Toys from Our
Childhood" will open in January 2008.
This highly interactive and participa-
tory exhibit will engage children of
all ages in the most famous toys for
the past 50 years.
"In Focus: National Geographic
Greatest Portraits" will open Novem-
ber 2008, another Smithsonian ex-
hibit. It includes 51 images concern-
ing gender, culture and the historical
context of the moment, along with the
spirit of the sitter. The pictures are
from the 1900s and include images
from the United States and abroad.
In 2006, the Orange County Re-
gional History Center was awarded
accreditation by the American Asso-
ciation of Museums, the highest hon-
or a museum can receive.
The center is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday-Saturday and noon to 5 p.m.
on Sunday. General admission is $7,
with discounts for students, seniors
and children.
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Tickets on sale now
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The Orlando International Fringe
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festival with three-minute perfor-
mances from 30 of this year's artists
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Theatre.
Preview tickets are on sale now for
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The Orlando Museum of Art will
feature senators Mel Martinez and
Bill Nelson in an event for the whole
family on April 14 at 11 a.m.
The senators will each read a sto-
ry to kick off the new summer pic-
ture book exhibit entitled "This Is
Our Land: Discovering America and
the World through Original Illus-
trations from Children's Books."
Vibrant illustrations by 80 artists
in a variety of media capture the
great diversity of people, pastimes
and natural wonders in all 50 states,
together with vivid images of life
in 20 countries around the world.
"This Is Our Land" promotes liter-
acy and global citizenship to a
young audience - topics about
which both senators feel passion-
ate.
Sen. Nelson will be reading "I'm
a Manatee" by John Lithgow and il-
lustrated by Ard Hoyt. Sen. Mar-
tinez will read "Panther Shadow of
the Swamp" by Jonathan London
and illustrated by Paul Morin.
The event is free and includes ad-
mission to the museum. Children
must be accompanied by an adult.
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The WOJSL held a party recently to raise funds for Relay For Life. Pictured are: (back row) Lisa Garrison
(president), Kay Behrens, Elyse Saltalamachia, Lori Tyson; and (front row) Liz Renzulli, Gail Oliphant, Julie
Sundstrom, Beth Wincey, Toni Birkenmaier, Cara Hennen, Carolyn Gilbert, Andrea Johnson, Margaret
Mosser, Marina Mallinger, Dianne Southwell and Shannon Wood.

WOJSL League hosts party to benefit Relay for Life


The West Orange Junior Service
League recently hosted a party at the
home of Bob and Cara Hennen to ben-
efit the league's Relay for Life team.
The relay will be held at Ocoee High
this Friday and Saturday.
Along with donations from the
guests, sponsors included Rick Train-

Lakeview High
Class of 1952
The Lakeview High Class of 1952.
is holding its Fourth Annual Spring
Break in Dillard, Ga., April 22-24.
The trip is open to anyone who wants
to attend. For details, contact Larry
Grimes at 407-656-2223 or Virgil Lin-
coln at mvirgil@cfl.rr.com.

Lakeview High
Class of 1957
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
352-243-362-7 or Reba Varnadoe at
407-297-9566.

Edgewater High
Class of 1957
The Edgewater High Class of 1957
50-year reunion is April 28-29 at Dub-
sdread Country Club in Orlando. A
brunch at the Citrus Club is also sched-
uled for April 28. For details, contact
Joan Cayce Milligan at 407-898-5980
or Joanmilligan@bellsouth.net.

Ocoee High
Class of 1972
The Ocoee High School Class of
1972 invites alumni and friends to at-
tend a Picnic in the Park on Saturday,
April 21. For more details, contact
Sandy Smith Pitts at 407-876-4979 or
spittsl002@aol.com, Carol Wasser-
man Carrier at 407-298-2274 or car-
riercarol24@bellsouth.net or Laurel
Glerin Johnson at laureljhnsnesq @ya-
hoo.com.

West Orange High
Class of 1997
The West Orange High School
Class of 1997 is holding its 10-year
reunion Aug. 3-5. On Friday, a meet-
and-greet will take place at Hard
Rock Caf6; no prior reservation is
needed. On Saturday, a banquet is
scheduled for Doubletree Hotel; pri-
or reservations are required. On Sun-
day, a family day is set for Turkey
Lake Park, and reservations are
needed there as well.
Classmates can send their e-mail
address to wohs97@hotmail.com for
further information and can check
out the MySpace page (place the
above e-mail address as the search
option).


er, who performed the music for the
evening, Roxanne Trainer with PRP
Wines, Green Machine Nursery, Sil-
pada Jewelry, ABC, City Beverages
and Stonebridge Homes.
Many league members are cancer
survivors and \\ill be walking for
themselves and anyone else who has

Lakeview High
Class of 1972
The Lakeview High School Class
of 1972 is holding its 35-year reunion
July 7 at the Engstrom Camip on Lake
Butler from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Anyone
planning to attend needs to RSVP by
March 29. Classmates can contact
Laura Lasseter Liggett at 770-906-
9461 or Lliggettl @mac.com with
their name, address, phone number
and e-mail address.

West Orange High
classes of 1981-83
. Volunteers are needed' for the
planning committee for a reunion
with West Orange High School's
classes of 1981, 1982 and 1983. For
more information, e-mail Julie
Sawyer Dern" at BowCurtsey@
aol.com or Jacki Trowell at jtrow-
ell@cfl.rr.com. Anyone planning to
attend and wanting to keep up to date
regarding the event can register at
the Web site: www.WOHS82.com.

West Orange High
Class of 1992
The Class of 1992 at West Orange
High School is planning its 15-year
reunion and is looking for alumni.
The event is Oct. 12-13. For more
details and to submit contact infor-
mation, go to www.wohsl992.com.

Westside Tech to host
Spring Spa Event
The Foundation for Westside Tech
is presenting The Spring Spa Event
on Saturday, April 28, beginning at 8
a.m. For $75, participants will receive
a spa manicure and pedicure, a facial,
hair styling, a chair massage and a
paraffin spa treatment for their hands.
All services will be provided by stu-
dents in the Westside Cosmetology
and Massage Therapy programs.
Breakfast will also be served by the
students in the Westside Culinary Arts
Program.
In addition, fresh flower arrange-
ments from the Floral Design Program
will be available for purchase.
All proceeds will support the foun-
dation's student scholarship program.
Tickets, which must be purchased
before making an appointment, are
available by call 407-905-2000, Ext.
2236.


been stricken with the disease.
Anyone wishing to help the team
can make a check payable to the
American Cancer Society and mail it
to WOJSL, P. 0. Box 376, Winder-
mere, FL 34786. To donate online, go
to www.ACSevents.org and click on
WOJSL.

Items needed for
Service Center
The West Orange Christian Ser-
vice Center is in need of volunteers,
clothing and food for its Family
Emergency Services program. Items
needed are small household items;
protein food such as peanut butter,
canned meats, macaroni and cheese,
canned vegetables, soup, rice and
powdered milk; and infant items
such as formula, diapers and baby
food.
Take donated items to the Chris-
tian Service Center, 300 W. Franklin
St., Ocoee.

Habitat seeks
volunteers and
committee members
West Orange Habitat For Hu-
manity is looking for people to serve
on its various committees: Publici-
ty, Fund-raising, Nurturing, Build-
ing and Site Selection. Call 407-
905-0406 for details.
The group also needs volunteers
to help on the work site, locate fam-
ilies and buildable sites, phone oth-
er volunteers or photograph the
progress.
For more information, go to the
Web site www.woh4h.org.







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Congregation Sinai
to host holocaust
remembrance event
Congregation Sinai in Clermont will
offer a unique remembrance of the
holocaust with a talk by University of
Central Florida Professor Sheryl Cohn.
Her presentation is titled Walking in
the Footsteps of the Holocaust. The
program is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the
Jenkins Auditorium.
Dr. Cohn is a professor in the College
of Education at UCF and visited the
Ukraine recently. She toured the vil-
lages where her grandparents had lived.
The discovery of a previously unknown
and horrific link to the holocaust led
Dr. Cohn to continue her journey to
Terezin in the Czech Republic, the site
of the interment of 150,000 children.
The professor's personal journey and
professional research have led her to
determine the best method to teach fu-
ture teachers about the holocaust.
In addition to the talk, there will be
a memorial service.
For more information, call Marvin
Kovel, publicity chairman for Con-
gregation Sinai, at 351-243-5041. Con-
gregation Sinai is located at 4327 S.
U.S Highway 27 in Clermont.



Fashion show to
benefit Spring Lake
The Belk and Spring Lake
Elementary Fashion Show, "A
Tribute to Mothers," will be
held May 4 from 6-8 p.m. at
the West Oaks Mall at Belk,
upstairs by the salon. The event
will also include a dinner and
talent show.
Sponsors include Belk,
Chick-fil-A, Muddy Duck Piz-
za, Ocoee Tire & Service, Great
American Cookie and Olan
Mills.
Special guests include
WESH TV Channel 2's Gail
Paschel Brown, who will be
master of ceremonies, and spe-
cial models (Chick-fil-A qows).
A donation of $20 per per-
son is requested, and seating is
limited. Call Marge Johnstone
at 407-467-6954 for details.


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Dr. Phillips High star Summer Jenkins is a 2-way threat for the varsity flag football team, running and throw-
ing for yardage as quarterback and terrorizing opponents on defense. Jenkins grabbed a school-record 5
interceptions to help lead DP to a 20-0 victory last Friday night vs. the Ocoee Lady Knights. Dr. Phillips re-
mains undefeated at 7-0.

DP flag football shuts out Ocoee to remain unbeaten


Dr. Phillips defensive players Lisa Vinson (center) and Markia Mobley (right) chase down an Ocoee ball car-
rier during last week's game at DPHS.


By Brendan Webley
The Dr. Phillips Lady Panthers
varsity flag football players know
something about offense, as their 20-
0 victory over Ocoee High last Fri-
day night attests, but it was defense
behind star Summer Jenkins that tru-
ly separated them from their oppo-
nent.
Jenkins recorded a school-record
five, interceptions to anchor her
team's suffocating defense. Martha
Taboas' three pulls and two sacks,
coupled with Philicia Douglas' two
interceptions, proved to be too cost-
ly for Ocoee's comeback attempts.


After numerous strong defensive
stands, the Lady Panthers' offense
flourished en route to 20 uncontest-
ed points. Jenkins returned one of
her five picks for a touchdown, and
quarterback Samantha Smith was
dead on, hitting 4 of 5 passes for 68
yards.
Smith ran the option flawlessly in
the third quarter with a 6-yard scor-
ing pitch to Jen Giangrande that
pushed the Panthers' lead to 14-0.
The play that finally broke Ocoee's
back came in the fourth quarter when
Smith found Tia Coker for a 19-yard
touchdown. Coker ended her night
with four receptions.


The Lady Panthers' resounding
win over Ocoee could not have come
'at a better time with the District
Tournament beginning on Thursday
against Harmony. They plan to ride
this momentum on their way to Tal-
lahassee Chiles on Friday and Tal-
lahassee FAMU High on Saturday.
Dr. Phillips will'be coming off of
two shutout wins. including a deci-
sive 21 -0 victory over Oak Ridge last
Thursday. The Panthers' untarnished
record is now 7-0.
With DP dominating offensively
and defensively, the team welcomes
the competition and looks forward
to an otherwise tough week ahead.


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Prince, Kenny Smith, Jacob Smith, Jake Menges; back row,.Cameron Milner, Matt Walsh, Jonathan Singh,
Jake Carter, Michael Gromoll, Cody Canavan and Jonathan Holmgren. Not pictured: Andy Palmer and
Adam Green. The Lady Warriors (below, I-r) are: in front, Stefanie Carter; middle row, Caitlin Bloom, Tiffanie
Williams, Alexis Akins, Elizabeth Wood; back row, Katie Macqueen, Caitlin Ramsey, Jennifer Updike, Capri
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Soccer clinics with
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The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers youth soccer clinics
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trained coaches teach the basics of the
game, sportsmanship, agility and
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Classes are at Walker Field, 415 S.
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grown children and seven grandchil-
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The banquet will feature the induc-
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More than 100 members of the Orlando Area Rowing Society (OARS) competed at the OARS Invitational
Regatta last month. OARS won the overall championship against teams from throughout the United States.


OARS hosts and wins regatta


The Orlando Area Rowing Society
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Local hoops stars
named to All-Central
Florida teams
Montverde Academy led
area schools with the most
players named to the boys bas-
ketball All-Central Florida
team.
Montverde's 7-foot-1-inch
senior Solomon Alabi was
named to the All-Central Flori-
da First Team. He was joined
on the First Team by Dr.
Phillips High senior point
guard Chris Warren, who was
also named Orange County
Player of the Year after break-
ing 20 DPHS records.
The All-Central Florida Sec-
ond Team features Montverde
senior Gary Clark and DP's
Ray Willis. Among those
named to the All-Central Flori-.
da Third Team are Dashon
Harris of Montverde and Mar-
cell Williams of Ocoee High.
Olympia High sophomore
Dexter Fields was named to
the All-Central Florida Fourth
Team.


Ocoee's Hamilton named Florida High
School Athletic Trainer of the Year
John Paul "J.P." Hamilton was
named the 2006 Athletic Trainers'
Association of Florida (ATAF) High
School Athletic Trainer of the Year.
Hamilton has worked as an athletic
trainer for Orange County Public
Schools (OCPS) for 11 years, with
his first nine years coming at West
Orange and Olympia high schools
and the last two years at Ocoee High.
Hamilton is currently serving in
his second year as an ATAF co-chair-
person for secondary schools and as
the ATAF representative for all
OCPS athletic trainers. He is board-
certified, licensed by the state of
Florida and a current member of the
National Athletic Trainers' Associ-
ation.
In addition to his duties as an ath-
letic trainer, Hamilton has been a
teacher and mentor to many students
in the West Orange County area. He JOHN PAUl, HAMILTON
spent last summer volunteering as an sports medicine from Valdosta State
athletic trainer at the USA Olympic University and his master's degree
Training Center in Colorado Springs. in educational leadership from Nova
Hamilton is also an American Red Southeastern University. He is cur-
Cross CPR/First Aid instructor. He rently resides in Winter Garden with
received his bachelor's degree in his wife and two children.


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Hall of Fame banquet
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UF's annual Athletic Hall of Fame
banquet this Friday, April 13, at Ben
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DP-Olympia split water polo showdowns Fawbush's perfect game lifts West Orange softball to 19-1


The Dr. Phillips High varsity girls
water polo team pulled off an excit-
ing 8-7 victory over rival Olympia last
week at the YMCA Aquatic Center.
Michaela McGinty scored 3 goals,
while Nicole Gaynor and Katie Am-
brose added 2 goals apiece. The Lady
Panthers and Titans traded blows
throughout the game, and DP's goalie,
freshman Marisa Gaynor, made the dif-
ference.
The Lady Panthers fell to Boone 2-
1 earlier last week. McGinty scored
DP's lone goal in the game's opening
minute. Dr. Phillips closed last week
with a 17-2 victory over Colonial.
Gaynor led the way with 6 goals,
McGinty had 4 goals and Stephanie
Brandt added 3 more.
The Panther varsity boys water polo
team also had a hard-fought battle
against rival Olympia last week but
came up short, 12-11. Matt Greil scored
5 goals for DP, followed by Andy Gor-
don (3 goals) and Julien Auge (2 goals).
Greil scored 4 goals, and Auge added
3 goals as the boys water polo team fell
10-7 last week to Boone. The Panthers
closed out the week with a 15-8 win
over Colonial. Auge scored 6 goals,
while Greil and Juan Valencia added
2 goals each.
Matt Luo scored 4 goals and Chase
Sampson added 2 more as the Dr.
Phillips varsity boys lacrosse team de-
feated East Ridge 9-5 last week. Brett
Maurer, Chris Greer and David Witt
each scored goals, while Luo, Samp-
son, Maurer, Tyler Weaver and Alex
Ferreira all notched assists.
Kristen Brewer led the Dr. Phillips
varsity girls lacrosse team with 3 goals
in last week's 10-6 loss to Colonial.
Rachel Velez finished with 2 goals, and
Heather Shaw added another. Kirsten
Suomu played well in goal with 17
saves. .
The Dr. Phillips varsity girls tennis
team defeated rival West Orange 7-0
last week to improve to 9-3 on the sea-
son. Nikki Chappell (8-0), Alena
Savostikova (8-1), Malee Bringardner
(8-1), Kelsey Haddock (8-1) and Tay-
lor Stewart (8-0) cruised through singles
competition, while Chappell/Haddock
(8-0) and Bringardner/Stewart (8-1)
won in doubles play.
The DP junior varsity girls tennis
team improved to 5-0 last week by
knocking o6ff rival Olympia 10-0. Ju-
lia Tanzy (6-1), Brittany Hubbard (6-
1, 6-0), Gaby Davis (6-0, 6-1), Katie
Lopus (6-1,'6-4) and Jessica Sunga (6-
0) all won their singles matches. In dou-
bles play, Tanzy/Lauren Smith and
Davis/Hubbard won both matches 6-
0.
The J.V. team also defeated rival
West Orange 7-0 last Friday. Maria
Cossey Taliaferro (6-2), Tanzy (6-1),
Lopus (6-3) and Davis (6-0) won their
singles matches. while Smith/Hubbard
it6-3) and Tanz)/Davis (6-1) swept the
doubles.matches.
Earlier in the week, the Lady Pan-
thers defeated Winter Park 8-1. Smith
16-4). Taliaferro 16- 1), Tanzy (6-3),
Hubbard 16-l i and Sunga (6-1) pre-
%ailed in singles play. DP's doubles
teams of Smith/Sunga (6-2), Tanzy/Tal-
iaferro 16- 11 and Hubbard/Davis (6-4)
were all victorious.
Marcos Waissmann finished with 18
kills, and Tanner right turned in 26
assists and 9 digs as the Panther varsi-
ty boys volleyball team took down
Freedom 25-17, 29-27, 25-23.
The Panthers swept past rival


Ocoee High School will host a
charity softball tournament on Sat-
urday, April 21, to benefit the Susan
G. Komen Breast Cancer Founda-
tion.
The event comes on the heels of
this weekend's Relay for Life.
In August, OHS junior varsity soft-
ball Coach Amy Fraser will partici-
pate in the Susan G. Komen Breast
Cancer Foundation's 60-mile, 3-day
walk in Chicago. Money raised from
the April 21 softball tournament will


Olympia 25-13, 25-22, 25-19 last week.
Wright had a match-high 37 assists,
Waissmann finished with 13 kills and
10 blocks, while Ray Pinney had 7 kills
and 5 blocks.
Summer Jenkins connected with
Samantha Smith for a 19-yard touch-
down in the first half that proved to be
the game-winner in the DP varsity flag
football team's 7-0 victory over Evans
last week. Lisa Vinson had 3 recep-
tions on offense, while Jenkins led the
defensive unit with 2 interceptions.
Stacey Kirkpatrick finished with 5 pulls
and 2 break-ups.
The Lady Panthers continued to roll
last week with a 21-0 victory over Oak
Ridge. Jenkins led DP with two touch-
downs on the ground and one through
the air. She finished 14-for-21 passing.
Prenacious Jackson, Tia Coker and
Sarah Almaguer each hauled in big re-
ceptions to set up DP's opening score,
a 4-yard run by Jenkins.
In the third quarter, Philicia Douglas
returned an interception 30 yards to put
the Panthers in scoring position again.
Jenkins connected on passes to Rebecca
Lennings and Smith before finding Vin-
son for a 6-yard TD pass. After DP's de-
fense seized possession near the goal
line, Jenkins scored on another short
run.
Vinson finished with 3 receptions,
Coker totaled 4 catches and Jennifer
Giangrande led the defense with 3 pulls.
The junior varsity flag football
team knocked off Evans 20-0 last week.
After a scoreless first quirarter, Hope
Smith took an option pitch from Cas-
sandra Maloney and raced 16 yards for
the opening score. Shayna Elkin hauled
in the extra point to give DP a 7-0 lead.
Later in the first half, Christin Lan-
gley entered at quarterback and found
Emily Camavale for a touchdown ire-
ception. Elkin added another extra-
point catch.
The Panther defense came up big in
the third quarter with a fourth-down
stop that set up Maloney's 7-yard
touchdown pass to Brittany Dumble-
ton.
Elkin and Celeste Sanchez grabbed
fourth-quarter interceptions to slam the
door on Evans.
The J.V. Lady Panthers beat Oak
Ridge 12-0 last week. Cecilia Hernan-
dez opened the scoring by grabbing an
Oak Ridge pass and returned it for a
27-yard touchdown. In the third quar-
ter, Langley found Elkin for a 24-yard
touchdown catch. Jesily Ruiz had 3 re-
ceptions, including a 38-yarder. Her-
nandez also had 4 pulls.
The J.V. flag football team closed
out the week by defeating Ocoee 18-0
last Friday night. Elkin opened the scor-
ing by catching a 2-yard touchdown
pass from Maloney. In the third quar-
ter, Maloney returned an Ocoee punt
40 yards to just three yards shy of the
end zone. Maloney ran it in on the fol-
lowing play for another score.
Hemandez picked off an Ocoee pass
and took it to the house for her second
touchdown return of the season. Cori
Errico sack i. Ruiz (5 sacks) and Car-
navale (int.) helped lead the defense.
Chris Warren and Curtis Huggins
represented the Dr. Phillips varsity
boys track team at the Florida Relays
in Gainesville. Warren placed second
with a high jump of 6-foot, 6-inches,
while Huggins finished among the top
eight in the 300 hurdles event.
The Panther varsity baseball team (7-
13) got back on track with a 7-6 victo-


help Fraser reach her $3,000 dona-
tion goal.
Activities at the charity tournament
will include fastest throw, target
throw and home run derby contests,
in addition to an OHS staffulty vs.
softball team slowpitch doublehead-
er.
Tickets can be purchased in ad-
vance for $5 or at the event for $7.
Volunteers will be on hand.to accept
any donations to the cause. Tax de-
ductible forms will be available.


ry over Lake Highland last week. Matt
Koch sparked the offense by going 2-
for-5 with a pair of RBIs.
The DP junior varsity baseball
team defeated Colonial 9-3 last week.
Mitchell Dolan pitched four strong in-
nings with 6 strikeouts and only 1 run
allowed. Jose Martinez went 3-for-4
with 3 RBIs to raise his batting average
to .376. James Nassar and Chris Nord-
mann delivered RBI hits.
Dr. Phillips football will begin spring
practice on Tuesday, May 1. A manda-
tory parent meeting will be held Thurs-
day, April 26, at 7 p.m. in the south
campus cafeteria. All parents of re-
turning players must attend, and par-
ents of incoming freshman are strong-
ly urged to attend as well.
Issues discussed at the parents meet-
ing will include the spring football
game, summer training, new weight
room construction, 12th Man.respon-
sibilities, parent and player expecta-
tions and the program's golf tourna-
ment fund-raiser.
The Dr. Phillips High Athletic Hall
of Fame will induct two former Panther
greats on May 16. The ceremony will
take place at 6:30 p.m. in the DPHS
north campus cafeteria. The event is
free and open to the public.
The evening's ceremonies will also
include DP's annual sports awards pre-
sentations, including most outstanding
athletes, sportsmanship, scholar ath-
letes, coach of the year and Principal's
Awards.
The latest DP inductees will be
Tiffany Cook (Class of 1997). and Doug
Gabriel (Class of 1999).
Cook, a four-year letterman in track
and field, was one of Central Florida's
most decorated track athletes. She cap-
tured state titles in the 100m, 200m and
4x400 relay as a sophomore. She set
the state record in the 200m and broke
district, Metro Conference and school
records in the 100m, 200m and 4x400
relay.
She captured multiple regional, dis-
trict and Metro championships in the
100m, 200m and 400m events. Cook's
senior year concluded with being
named Orange County Track Athlete
of the Year.
As a runner for Florida Internation-
al University. Cook placed as rfinner-
up at the 1999 Trans-America Athlet-
ic Conference Championships.
Gabriel lettered for three years as a
member of the Panther football team.
He earned all-state and all-conference
honors in 1998 after averaging 25 yards
per catch as a receiver and returning 2
kickoffs and 2 punts for touchdowns.
After setting DPHS records for most
career receiving yards and single-sea-
son receiving yards, Gabriel signed
with the University of Miami. He went
on, though, to play for Mississippi Gulf
Coast Junior College, where he set
school records for touchdowns and
points and earned second team All-
American J.C. honors.
Gabriel played for the University of
Central Florida football team from
2001-02. In his senior season, Gabriel
led UCF in catches and set the school
record for most receiving yards in a
single season. He broke another UCF
season record with 1,921 all-purpose
yards.
Gabriel currently plays in the Na-
tional Football League for the Oakland
Raiders. In 2004, he returned kicks for
more than 1,100 yards and was third
on the team in receptions.


The event takes place Saturday,
April 21, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Ocoee High School.
For more information, contact
Fraser at 407-905-3000, ext. 4559 or
frasera@ocps.net.


The West Orange High varsity fastpitch
softball team continued to dominate its
competition last week and improved its
season record to 19-1.
The Lady Warriors crushed Evans 22-
0 last Friday night thanks to a perfect
game by pitcher Taylor Fawbush and
strong performances at the plate by her
teammates.
Fawbush racked up 11 strikeouts while
allowing no hits and no base runners
through five innings. Shahlisa Shirley
powered the offense by going 4-for-5 with
4 RBIs. Lauren Smith went 3-for-4 and
added 2 RBIs.
Earlier last week, Fawbush pitched a
complete game 2-hitter with 11 strike-
outs to lead the Lady Warriors past Uni-
versity 2-1.
Laci Schwenneker (2-for-3, 2 RBIs)
came through with the game-winning
double in the bottom of the seventh in-
ning. Jasmine Butler connected for a triple
in the sixth inning.
In other WOHS sports news, West Or-
ange High's most recent Players of the
Week are senior midfielder Tim Keating
(boys lacrosse) and Anna Muller (flag
football).


Photo by Chris Silveira
West Orange High's Taylor Fawbush fires a pitch during her per-
fect game last week vs. Evans.


Ocoee High spring sports update


The Ocoee High varsity baseball
team fell to Freedom 5-3 last Wednes-
day. Mike Banagale went 3-for-3, while
Joel Torres and C.J. Depalma also had
hits for the Knights. Cory Bernstine,
Kenny Lewkow, and Cory Roach
pitched for Ocoee.'
The Knights lost a hard-fought game
last Friday to Apopka 5-4. Rashid
Mitchell went 3-for-4, and Bemrnstine
went 2-for-3. Mike Arsenault pitched
6 strong innings.
The Ocoee junior varsity baseball
team lost to Freedom 5-2. Mitchell
Storey pitched sit solid innings. Austin
Flowers (1-for-3), Terrance Coakley ;
(2-for-4) and Justin Dickson (l-for-4)
produced runs for Ocoee.
The Lady Knight varsity fastpitch
softball team fell to Winter Park 7-1.
Ocoee had 6 hits, but also committed 6
errors. Ocoee also lost to Dunbar, Ky.
last week, 4-1. Kristen Crowe knocked
in Dominique Smith for Ocoee's lone
run. Brittany Spencer added 2 hits. The
Lady Knights fell last Thursday to Tim-
ber Creek 11-1.
The junior varsity fastpitch soft-
ball team defeated Winter Park 14-3
last week. Allison Jarrett, Tiffany Math-
er and PeeWee Cisneros played well in
the field, while Rachel Jones, Jarrett
and Ashley Clark connected for dou-
bles. The J.V. Lady Knights also lost
to Dunbar, Ky. 8-4 last week. '
The Ocoee varsity flag football team
defeated Freedom 12-6 last week.
Ocoee scored on 2 touchdown passes
from Alexis McCarty to Kiara Friday.
McCarty also grabbed an interception on
defense. The Knights continued their
winning ways last week by defeating
Winter Park 17-7 on a scoring run by
Friday and another touchdown by Bri-
ana Jones. D'Aisha Gray made an in-
terception.
The Knights fell to 2-4 on the season
with last Friday night's 20-0 loss at Dr.
Phillips. McCarty grabbed an intercep-
tion and Jecevia Colston hauled in a 20-
yard pass.
The junior varsity flag football team
lost to Freedom 7-6 last week. An in-
terception by Marizol Velazquez in the
third quarter set up Ocoee's lone score,
a touchdown by Kenesha Ford. The J.V.
team rebounded with a 25-6 win over
Winter Park. Denise Wilkinson, April
Tarpley and Ashley, Crider all scored
on touchdown passes. Ocoee fell to 2-
3-1 on the season with last Friday
night's 18-0 loss to Dr. Phillips.


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The Ocoee varsity boys lacrosse
team lost to Tampa Catholic 12-5 last
week. Kevin Bloethner (3 goals),
Michael Schimborski (1 goal), Wes
Venturino (1 goal, 3 assists) and Blaine
Cockcroft (2 assists) stood out for
Ocoee. Billy Vereb finished with 17
saves in goal.
Ocoee bounced back last week to de-
feat University 13-7. Tyler Chestney,
Schimborski and Venturino scored 3
goals each, while Brett Reynolds added
2 goals and Cockcroft and Jeron Mc-
Farland scored 1 goal apiece. Vereb had
13 saves.
. The Ocoee varsity girls lacrosse
team fell to Colonial 11-10 last week.
Sara Barr, Gabrielle Trocki, Ariel Min-
nins and Kenyese Benn had 1 goal each,
while Raheeda Pierre and T.J. Hough
scored 3 goals apiece. Kristi Di Millo had
8 saves in goal.
The Ocoee varsity girls tennis team
lost to Boone 7-0, while the varsity
boys team fell 6-1. Brian Barnett and
Halston Fernandez won 8-2 in doubles
play.
The Ocoee varsity boys volleyball
team lost to Timber Creek 25-8, 25-10,
25-15 and to Lyman 25-15, 25-7, 25-
12 last week. Ocoee won its first match
of the season last week vs. Evans 18-25,
25-21, 25-23, 25-7. Mike Alvarez, Seth
Blum, Isaac Rivera, Carmelo Alvarez
and Devin Jermigan all played excep-
tionally well for Ocoee.
The Ocoee varsity boys water polo
team lost to Cypress Creek 12-7 and to
University 9-6 last week. Ocoee was
led by Jordan Rawski, David Torres,
Kyle Santo, Kurt Gunter, Ryan Fran-


cis, Jarrod Dixon, Nick Houck and
goalie Mark Mitchell.
The varsity girls water polo team
suffered losses last week to Cypreis
Creeek 15-3 and to University 11-5.
Ocoee had strong performances turned
in by Lindsay Holzworth, Dana Cisney,
Brittney Nuckoles,'Alexis Burditt, Jen-
ny Gonzalez, Ellie Winnesman add
Ashley Smith.
The Ocoee cheerleading squad wll
hold a meeting on Thursday, April 19,
at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria for anyone ii-
terested in trying out for next year. Trr'-
outs will be held in the gymnasium cn
May 8 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. A meet-
ing for all incoming freshman interest-
ing in trying out for cheerleading will le
held May 17 at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria.
For more information, contact Athlet c
Director Bill Chambers at 407-905-
3006 or chambew@ocps.net.
Ocoee High's Athletic Booster Gof
Tournament will be held April 28 at
Stoneybrook West. The four-man
scramble, shotgun-start event will te�-
off at 8:30.a.m..Registration is $80 per
golfer, and hole sponsorships are avail-
able for $1)00. For more information,
contact Bill Chambers at 407-905-30Q6
or by e-mail at chambew@ocps.net.,
Ocoee High's Subway Athletes of
the Week are - Mike Banagale (base-
ball), Lauren Smoley (softball), Michael
Schimborski (boys lacrosse), Shannon
Gilrane (girls lacrosse), William Tin-
dall (boystennis), Simone Huberts (girls
tennis), Isaac Rivera (boys volleyball),
David Torres (boys water polo), Jenny
Gonzalez (girls water polo) and Alex-
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Golf


West Orlando Baptist plans Youth Alive Golf
Tournament May 19 at Sanctuary Ridge


The teenagers of West Orlando
Baptist Church are raising funds to
attend the Youth Alive Summer Camp
in Tennessee and are planning a ben-
efit golf tournament May 19 at Sanc-
tuary Ridge Golf Club in Clermont
(formerly Diamond Players Club).
The entry fee for the four-person
scramble tournament is $60 per per-
son and includes greens fee, cart
rental, range balls and hot buffet
lunch. Each player will also receive
a bounce-back coupon for a future re-


duced-rate round of golf. Prizes in-
clude a free round of golf for the first,
second- and third-place teams. Mul-
ligans will be available for three for $10
with a maximum of three per team.
Super tickets are $20. There are also
prizes for a hole-in-one, closest-to-
the-pin, longest drive and a putting
contest. Festivities include raffles and
door prizes.
Sponsorships are available for $100,
$200, $300 and $500 and include var-
ious player entries and signage. The


sponsorship deadline is May 1.
Proceeds from the event will be
used to help church youth attend the
camp at Tennessee Temple Universi-
ty in Chattanooga.
The church is located at 1006 E.
Crown Point Road, Ocoee.
For more information or to regis-
ter, call Sharon Woollet at 407-877-
3273 or Brian Woollet at 407-733-
1526. Registration forms are avail-
able online at www.westorlandobc.org
(youth ministry/activities).


Angels Trace golf event set for May 19 at Stoneybrook West


Angels Trace will hold a charity golf
tournament Saturday, May 19, begin-
ning at 8 a.m. at Stoneybrook West Golf
Club in Winter Garden. The inaugural
Angels Trace Golf Classic will be a
four-player scramble event, and prizes
will be awarded for lowest team score,
longest drive, closest-to-the-pin, longest
putt and more.
The entry fee is $75 per player and


includes lunch. Corporate sponsorships
are available for $1,000 and $2,000, ac-
cording to Angels Trace founder Alice
Collier. Donations are also welcome.
Angels Trace is a non-profit, faith-
based organization that provides sup-
port for single mothers in personal and
emotional crisis.
Proceeds from the tournament will
benefit 1-year-old charity that has


Foundation Academy Touchdown Club plans golf tournament


The Foundation Academy football
team and Touchdown Club will host
its first golf tournament fundraiser
June 4 at West Orange Country Club
in Winter Garden. The four-person
scramble event will begin with a shot-
gun start at 8 a.m. followed by a bar-
becue lunch at the Lions new football
field. The festivities include awards
presentation and auction.
Proceeds will be used to purchase


new equipment for the team.
Sponorships are available and range
in price from $100 for a hole sponsor
to $1,000 for the title sponsor. Each
sponsorship includes advertising ben-
efits. For more information or to reg-
ister, call tournament coordinators
Laura Ingram at 407-877-3239 (e-mail
ingraml@ocps.net) or Brad Lord at
407-758-6736 (e-mail alord2@cfl.rr.
cornn.


Golfing Fore Autism Tournament set for June 9 at OCN


The Autism and Related Disabilities
' Gym Program Inc. and the Jim Beech
Rec Center are planning the third an-
nual Golfing Fore Autism Tournament
for Saturday, June 9, at Orange County
National Golf Center.
Registration will get underway at 7
a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 8
a.m. with a scramble format on the
Crooked Cat course.
The cost is $125 per player or $440 for
a foursome and includes beer, soda, wa-
ter and cigars, lunch buffet, range balls,
golf, cart rental, mango-scented towel
service and a personalized bag tag.


There are four hole-in-one prizes:
$10,000, a flat-screen television, do-
mestic airfare for two and a set of Nike
irons. Sponsorships are available for
$100, $25,0 and $500 and include vari-
ous signage, advertising and player en-
try fees.
To register, call Alan Moss at 321-
303-7672 or Jo-Anne Houwers at 407-
234-7456 or send an e-mail to
moster2@earthlink.net or autism-
gym@aol.com. Proceeds from the event
will benefit the Autism and Related Dis-
abilities Gym Program, a non-profit
501(c)3 organization.


helped many single mothers and their
families in Orange, Seminole and Osce-
ola counties restore their lives through
counseling, education and spiritual guid-
ance.
For more information or to register,
call Michael Brooks at 407-247-8984
or Burt Collier at 407-810-2836. Reg-
istration forms are available online at
www.angelstrace.org.

AJGA event set for
Celebration Golf Club
April 13-15
The American Junior Golf Associ-
ation will hold the Medicus Presea-
son Junior at Mystic Dunes for the
first time at Celebration April 13-15.
The Medicus Preseason Junior Se-
ries is designed specifically for first-
time AJGA members for those mem-
bers who have not yet participated in
an AJGA event.

Golf tournament set to
benefit Olympia Football
Boosters
The Olympia High School Football
Boosters will sponsor the annual golf
tournament Saturday, April 28, at Cel-
ebration Golf Club.
The Boosters Club is actively seek-
ing interested sponsors and players for.
this fun day of golf to support the OHS
Titan football program.
Peggy Cross is the golf tournament
committee chairman.
For more information or to register,
call Peggy at 407-595-7933 or send
her an e-mail at peggyrtr@yahoo.com.


Keene's Pointe Ladies Golf Association Rallies For A Cure
Keene's Pointe Ladies Golf Association co-chairs for the March 28th golf event, Pam Fouch6 and Anita Gon-
zalez, were pleased with a turnout of 31 women for the group's inaugural Rally For A Cure tournament. Wear-
ing pink, the women played a 9-hole scramble format and enjoyed lunch following a business meeting. The
tournament raises funds for cancer research.


Winners of the Rally For A Cure event at the Golden Bear Club at
Keene's Pointer were (I-r) Carol Lazenby, Sherry Glisson, Marjorie
Barach and Ana Leake.


Rose McCormick won the closest-
to-the-pin prize on hole No. 5.


Winter Garden Rotary plans 8th Golf Classic tournament benefit


The Rotary Club of Winter Garden
is planning its Eighth Annual Golf
Classic to benefit the West Orange
Boys and Girls Club and Winter Gar-
den Rotary charities. The event will
be held Friday, April 27, at Stoney-
brook West Golf Club beginning with
a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Registration
will begin at noon.
Tournament organizers are cur-
rently looking for players, silent auc-
tions items, raffle prizes and hole, bev-
erage cart, lunch and dinner sponsors,


as well as a title sponsor.
The entry fee is $125 for an indi-
vidual and $425 for a foursome. This
fee includes 18 holes of golf, cart
rental, box lunch, dinner, contests and
prizes.
Sponsorship benefits for a $3,000
title sponsor include two foursomes,
welcome signage on a display banner
in front of the clubhouse and relocat-
ed for the awards dinner, marketing
in the tee gift, mention in the rules
sheets, prominent display at check-in


and announcement during awards.
Other sponsorships are available and
range in price from $300 to $1,000.
Tournament events include longest
drive contests and a putting contest.
In the last se% en years. the club has
raised more than $75.000 for the \'O
Boys and Girls Club and other local
charities.
For more information or to regis-
ter, call Jackie May at 407-905-8180,
Ext. 100 or send an e-mail to Jack-
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Schools


I h i f L ks Middle I


Every 9 weeks, Mrs. Campbell, the media specialist at Spring Lake Elementary, along with Mr. Balabas,
holds an Accelerated Reader store so the students can cash in their points on different prizes. This time
there were 10 students who reached the grand prize of a gift card at Wal-Mart. Pictured are Mrs. Soder-
lund's students receiving their prizes: Courtney Cawley, Joanna Chavez, Miriam Garcia, Kenny Henderson,
Paola Ochoa and Ivan Tosquellas.

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The Chain of Lakes Middle School Steppers placed 1st out of 10 middle schools competing in the annual
Step Fest. The event is sponsored by the YMCA After School Zone and the Boys and Girls Club of Cen-
tral Florida. Congratulations to the girls and their coaches - Jacquelyn Hampton, Ayana Hastings, Nicole
Jamison and Michelle Scott. Pictured are members of the step team.


Congratulations to Ocoee Elementary students who earned recognition for the essays they wrote for the
city of Ocoee's 3rd Annual Black History Month Essay Contest. Pictured are Sarah Hammock, Gloryan
Ramos and Sarah Chan, all honorable mention; Tyler Duetsch, 1st place; Ariana Ortiz-Calderon, 3rd place;
and Courtney Scott, 2nd place.


Tildenville Elementary has been given a wonderful opportunity to host the school district's 1st golf program
offered to elementary students. 'The First Tee is a national golf program that not only teaches golf skills to
students but also develops character traits, such as patience, focus, self improvement and discipline,' said
Coach Cravey. The Tildenville Tigers may soon by producing their own Tiger Woods.


Citrus Elementary held its 1st carnival recently to raise money for the School Nurse Program. The children
enjoyed the inflatable rides and carnival booth games. Students won prizes and chose them at the Bee Buck
Store. The prizes came from donations of 'unwanted' toys students had at home. A contest was held to see
which class could bring in the most toys. Mrs. Burton's and Mrs. Goldsmith's classes both brought in 31 bags
of toys. Students in each class were awarded $5 to spend at the store and a $5 wristband to play the
games. A big thank-you goes to all the sponsors, volunteers and parents for a successful carnival.


.West Orange Chamber School Connection
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce School Connection is asking the community to help fulfill the
requests from several area schools. Anyone able to help should contact the school's listed person directly.
Ocoee Middle needs reams or cases of white paper that can go through a printer or copy machine for the
Accelerated Math program. Contact e-mail is schwarm3@ocps.net.
Maxey Elementary needs hand sanitizer, gallon and quart Ziploc bags and laptop computers. Contact per-
son is Cathy Errion, grade two. Principal Belinda Davis can be reached-at davisb@ocps.net.
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Monv6de caem


Montverde Academy kindergarten students in Melody Sinopoli's and Judy Pendergrass' classes celebrat-
ed Dr. Seuss' birthday recently. Pictured are (1-r): (bottom row) Max Morganelli, Lance Miller, Emma Cash-
man, Hunter Hopman, Mason Barnes and Chase Miller; (middle row) Olivia Hemmings, Elijah Rapaport,
Kye Newsome, Zachary Ronchetti, Alysse Sutherin, Sophia Herran and Madison McGrath; and (back row)
Annabella Boardman, Selah Austria, Katie Shank, Tyler Tompkins, Rutger Langley, James Ritzel, The Cat
in the Hat (Warren Delmolino, dean of the Lower School), Amber Sinopoli, Dylan Parker, Amber Cahill,
Anna Grace Williams, Zachary Arnold and Katie Straub.


Special visitor
At Montverde Academy, Melody Si-
nopoli's and Judy Pendergrass' kinder-
garten classes celebrated Dr. Seuss'
birthday recently. The students spent
a week reading all of his different books.


Some of. their activities included making
green eggs and ham, making oobleck
for Bartholomew and the Oobleck and
painting their feet for The Foot Book.
The children created funny things just
like Dr. Seuss did in his books. They


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also made all kinds of rhyming words
and graphed their favorite book at the
end of the unit.
The Cat in the Hat even made a
guest appearance to share his special
book with the students.

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The Winter Garden Library offers
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Clifford the Big Red Dog paid a visit to the elementary students at Central Florida Christian Academy re-
cently. The purpose of the visit was to promote the Scholastic Book Fair, which was a huge success.


Oakland Avenue Charter School's recent Book Fair was a splashing suc-
cess. The theme was 'Catch the Wave,' and the media center was all
decked out for a day at the beach. There were plenty of activities to en-
courage children to read.


The 5th-grade students at Bay " . . " ' . - "
Meadows Elementary recently
held their annual Modern Wood-
men of America Speech Contest.
Every 5th-grader prepared a
speech on the topic 'A Great
American Leader.' Two students
from each class were chosen to
represent thuir class at the school-
level competition. The topics
ranged from Jerome Bettis and
Abraham Lincoln to Oprah Win- .
frey and Rosa Parks. The speech-
es were well-written and delivered
with confidence and poise. Bren-
don Kosko was 1st-place winner
with his speech on Condoleeza
Rice. Second place went to Maris-
sa Giron (John F Kennedy), and
Eric Hagen (Elvis Presley) won
third place. Kosko and Giron will
advance to Level II competition
this week. Pictured are: (top row)
Alexis Massey, Erika Harries and
Marissa Stockwell;.(middle row)
Keaton Leslie and Lily Tawam;
and (front row) Hagen, Kosko andk
Giron. ..


FFA Benefit Auction
The community is invited to the
West Orange High FFA Annual Ben-
efit Auction on Saturday, April 14,
at 7 p.m. It will be held in the
school's Agriculture Building at 1625
S. Beulah Road in Winter Garden.
Refreshments will be available at 6
p.m.
For information, call Rick Stotler or
Chet Cramer at 407-905-2400, Ext.
2236.

SAC meeting
Parents and community members
are invited to the School Advisory
Council meeting for West Orange
High at 5'p.m. in the media center on
Tuesday, May 1.


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Preschoolers at First United Methodist Learning Center enjoyed a field trip to Pinocchio's Marionette The-
ater to see the production of 'Rumpelstiltskin.' Pictured are: (front) Kendall Rosenberger, Connor Gosselin,
Sarah Leach and Ella Crabtree; and (back) Oz Brooks, Jordan Hagan, Trent Phillips, Delaney Emerson,
Arianna Gajraj, Kayla Smith and Brandon Holland.


Lake Whitney Elementary held its Modern Woodmen of America School
Speech Contest recently. Contest winners are pictured with Assistant
Principal Delaine Bender: (1-r): Rachel Wilder, 1st place; Morgan Stone,
3rd place; and Lorena Knezevic, 2nd place.


Fashion show
at West Oaks Mall
The Belk and Spring Lake Ele-
mentary Fashion Show, "A Tribute
to Mothers," will be held May 4
from 6-8 p.m. at the West Oaks Mall
at Belk, upstairs by the salon. The
event will also include a dinner and
talent show.
Sponsors include Belk, Chick-fil-
A, Muddy Duck Pizza, Ocoee Tire
& Service, Great American Cookie
and Olan Mills.
Special guests include WESH TV
Channel 2's Gail Paschel Brown,
who will be master of ceremonies,
and special models (Chick-fil-A
cows).
A donation of $20 per person is
requested, and seating is limited.
Call Marge Johnstone at 407-467-
6954 for details.


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Congratulations to Olympia High Chorus students and Daniel Jackson, director,
of their school and OCPS at the Heritage Festival Competition in New York City.


for a fine representation


Olympia High Titan Guard members pose for a picture used in their performance of 'I'm a Friend.' Pictured
are: Sasha Beltran, Caitlin Poor, Catie Bennett, Brittany Shipman, Amanda Roberts, Khady Graydon, Can-
dace Brown and Chara Miller.


Choirs excel
Olympia High Concert Choir and
The Bella Voce Choir, led by Director
Daniel Jackson, participated recently
in the Heritage Festival Competition
in New York City. The event was held
at Riverside Church. The groups
placed first and second overall against
17 other chorus groups from across.
the nation.
Bella Voce scored 299 out of a pos-
sible 300 points. But if the low score
(99) was dropped, then Bella Voce re-
ceived a perfect score.
The Concert Chorus .received one
perfect score from a judge and an of-
fer to send a CD of the group's reper-
toire from another. They scored 286
out of a possible 300. With the low
score dropped, they had a 98.
Both choirs received the Adjudica-
tor's Award (Critic's Choice) and were
the only high school to receive more
than one. The department won the
Choral Sweepstakes Award, which
goes to the school that had the high-
est combined score among schools
with more than one participating choir.
Jeanese Edmond received the Maestro
Award for excellence in singing a solo.
Not only did both choirs perform ex-
cellently, but they also carried the
same excellent attitude throughout the
entire trip. The OHS Chorus received
many compliments on its behavior at
the various venues visited.
One of the highlights was an im-
promptu performance at St. Paul's
Church in Manhattan (right next to
Ground Zero). The students felt moved
to sing in memory of lives lost in the
tragic event. Patrons of the church
were moved to tears and were very
grateful for the inspiration behind the
music.


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


The Olympia High Band had 4 members selected for the Florida All-
State Band, which took place in Tampa. Case O'Donnell, a junior, was
named to the Jazz Band as lead trumpet. Seniors lan Kivler (trum-
pet), Curtis Viselli (saxophone) and Amy Bernloehr (clarinet) were
named to the 11/12 Symphonic Band. Pictured are (l-r): O'Donnell,.
Kivler, Bernloehr and Viselli.


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Victims of the February 2 tornadoes in Central Florida got a little boost from students and faculty at Ocoee
High. The tornadoes severely damaged or destroyed hundreds of houses and resulted in at least 21 deaths,
according to news reports. Immediately after the storms hit, students enrolled in the Air Force JROTC pro-
gram started asking how they could help. They decided to collect non-perishable food arid clothes for fam-
ilies in need. The event coordinator, Cadet Angela Cascarelli, a senior, took the lead and drafted a notice
to all the faculty\and staff. Donations came in by the boxes, and people came looking for her just to drop
off items for the tornado victims. The JROTC program at OHS stresses citizenship, and 1 of the important
attributes is service to those in need. The students delivered the donations to the Salvation Army and the
2nd Harvest Food Bank. The Salvation Army deployed 5 mobile canteens to the affected areas after the
storm.


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Evan Albert, a 7th-grader at
Humphreys Junior High, has
qualified for state recognition in
the Duke Talent Identification
Program (TIP). Sixth-graders
who score in the top 5 percent of
the nation on their standardized
tests are invited to participate in
TIP and take the SA T or ACT in
their 7th-grade year. Of almost
70,000 academically gifted 7th-
graders across the nation who
took the tests, Albert was in the
top 25 percent, earning an SAT
score higher than the average
score for college-bound high
school seniors. He and his fam-
ily will be invited to attend a ban-
quet to honor the students who
will be recognized at a state lev-
el, and he also has been invited
to attend TIP's Academy for
Summer Studies. Home-
schooled by his mother, Albert is
the son of David and Cheree Al-
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Ms. Sheryl's pre-kindergarten class at Children of the Messiah Preschool
is studying space this month. The children made a rocket when they were
discussing space exploration. Pictured are (1-r): (seated) Emily-Ann
Stalker, Chloe Wright, Gabby Defranco and Harmon Hollis; and (stand-
ing) Jordan Kravitz, Evan Devine, Loran Dorval, Benjamin King, Bai-
ley Wise, Alyssa Oxtal and teacher Sheryl Wesolowski.


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 more information, call 407-656-
3113.

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Head Start program
The Orange County Head Start pro-
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3-5. Parents can register at 407-654-
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DSES Principal Rob Bixler congratulates Modern Woodmen of, mer-
Jca Oration Contest winners Andy Skinner (1st place) and Allison Couch
,:'2nd place).


Oration competition
Dillard Street Elementary recently
held the Modern Woodmen of America
Oration Contest. Fifth-grade students
wrote and gave speeches on the topic
"A Great American Leader."
The top winners were Andy Skinner,
first place (Dwight D. Eisenhower); Al-
lison Couch, second place (Gerald
Ford); and Joshua Nielson, third place
(Benjamin Franklin).
Skinner and Couch were set to go on
to the Level II competition at Gotha Mid-
dle this Wednesday, April 11.
Physical education update
On April 13 the physical education
department will hold its annual Diabetes
Walk. Information was sent home with
students. Everyone is asked to donate
to this worthy cause. For details, call Mr.
Mazzola at 407-877-5000, Ext. 4424.
Field Day is Thursday, April 19. Vol-
unteers are needed to help with events.
Call the number given above for details.
Mark the calendar
Spotlight on Specials, a program for
families of first- and second-grade stu-
dents, will be held at 6 p.m. on Tues-
day, April 17. Look for details sent home
soon with students.
Progress reports will go home with
students on Thursday, April 19.
There will be no school on Friday,
April 30.


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The winners of the Thornebrooke Elementary Oration Contest, sponsored by Modem Woodmen of Amer-
ica, are (1-r): (standing) Jensen Gavulic, Wyatt Thomas, Drevon Fidler, Ameera Bacchus, Haley Schave-
maker, Camryn Joseph, Mario Guida, Drew Dobson and Jacob Neff; and (kneeling) Frank Sicoli, Analisa
Sorrells, Morgan Castle and Scout Farrow. Not pictured is Emily Miceli.


Speech contest
. Thornebrooke Elementary students
demonstrated their public speaking
skills recently by participating in a
speech contest sponsored by Mod-
ern Woodmen of America. The topic
this year was "A Great American
Leader."
The winners were Analisa Sorrells,


first place; Drew Dobson, second
place; and Frank Sicoli, third place.
Each received a trophy and a gold
award pin. Their names will be en-
graved on .the school's speech con-
test plaque.
Gold award pins were also given to
the other ranking finalists: Ameera
Bacchus, Morgan Castle, Scout Far-


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row, Drevon Fidler, Jensen Gavulic, .
Mario Guida, Camryn Joseph, Emily
Miceli, Jacob Neff, Haley Schave-
maker and Wyatt Thomas. All partic-
ipants received certificates of partici-
pation for their hard work.
Sorrells and Dobson will continue
on to Level II competition, at Maxey
Elementary on April 13.


Teachers who have taught at Clarcona Elementary for 20 years: (1-r) Judy Bryant, Lwetitia Myrick, Char-
lotte Gardepe and Deborah Williams.


Clarcona to celebrate
20th birthday
All former faculty, staff and students


of Clarcona Elementary are invited to
a special reception to celebrate the
school's 20th birthday on Wednesday,


May 16, from 3-5 p.m. Please RSVP to
Gail Kohmetscher by May 9 at 407-884-
2220, Ext. 223 or kohmetg@ocps.net.


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God's Girls, led by Geraldine Riley at Family Christian School, meets after school twice a month to focus
on relationships with God and each other. Pictured are (1-r): (top row) Geraldine Riley; (2nd row) Caitlin Ri-
ley, Megan Baker, Madeline Curnan, Ashlyn Collard and Elizabeth Felthousen; (3rd row) Riley Reagan
and Sarah Broedel; and (bottom row, kneeling) Callie Montgomery, MacKenzie Reagan, Grayson O'Brien
and Lauren Mogg.


The junior class at Calvary Christian School raised money for its Junioi
vant Day. The students.were auctioned off to other students for a day of s
Sarah Muniz, Tim Anglea, Jeff Becker; and (back) Ethan Barba, Erika Rik
Christian Miller, Allie Harpe, Courtney Rattigan, Glorimi Ramos, Kristen

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Mark the calendar
Whispering Oak Elementary PTA will
meet Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m. PTA
members and non-members are invit-
ed to attend. Members. can cast their


vote for the 2007-08 officers.
For information, call the PTA office at
407-656-7773, Ext. 2317.
The School Advisory Council will
meet Monday, May 7, at 6 p.m. in the


r/Senior Banquet by having a Ser- .
service. Pictured are juniors: (front)
er, Emily Adams, Alyssa Fraedrich, ;'^
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Fifth-grade students from ; i',
Whispering Oak Elementary,-' .
demonstrated their public
speaking skills recently in the ' ""
Modern Woodmen of Ameri- v
ca Oration Contest, Level I.
Winners were Kristina Gill, 1st
place; Dominic Bejare, 2nd . ,
place; and Danielle 0;
Schonover, 3rd place. Each 3:c (,
received a plaque and gold -.
pin. Gold award pins also
were given to semi-finalists #i3
Megan Adams, Madilynn -
Dixon, Olivia Doiron and
Megan Sullivan. All 5th-grade '
participants received certifi-
cates of participation for their q
hard work. Gill and Bejare are ! q,
set to compete at Level II
competition at Gotha Middle ;;
this week. .'
media center. Parents, teachers and
community members are encouraged
to attend.
For more information, call the school
at 407-656-7773.


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Congratulations to Kerra Simmons and Peyton Davis for placing 1st
and 2nd in the Ocoee Middle school-level speech contest, sponsored
by the Modern Woodmen of America. They will represent OMS at the
Level II competition this week.


Foundation Academy recently honored a student from each class for
the month of March in K3 through 5th grade who most exemplified hon-
esty, based on Proverbs 12:22. The students were rewarded with recog-
nition during the school chapel and presented with an honorary certifi-
cate. The academy is very proud of these students. Pictured are (l-r):
(1st row) Bobby Branch, Carson Keown, Jimmy George, Graci Jo ;
Pritzkau, Lauren Walker and Andrew Richardson; (2nd row) Bobby
Sandargas, Bryson Boast, Richie Reper and Ryan Conchelos; (3rd .
row) Sarah Gegerson, Connor Carson, Esa Landt, Bryant Chalker and
Hudson Griffin; and (4th row) Laurie Myrtil, Collin Bauer, Jacob Murphy,
Madie Mairot and Brian Corton.


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Pop Warner Scholars
Many Southwest Middle students who
participated in Dr. Phillips Pop Warner
have been selected as Pop Warner All-
American Scholars. In order to apply for
the award, the student athletes must be
in grades 5-8 and have a grade-point
average of at least 96 percent.
Pop Warner determines the winners
based on grades for the prior school
year, activities and achievements. Only
35 football players and 25 cheerlead-
ers per grade are selected for the Na-
tional First Team All-Americans. Sec-
ond Team All-Americans are deter-
mined based on the number of appli-
cations submitted for the year.
The winners receive a congratulato-
ry letter and certificate of achievement
and are invited to attend the 47th An-
nual Scholar All-American Banquet in
Anaheim, Calif., in May.
Dr. Phillips Pop Warner All-American
Scholars for football are fifth-grade First
Team, Brendan Kosko and Nicholas
Requa; fifth-grade Second Team, Hen-
ry Black, Nicholas Conner, Emmanuel
Moore, Harry Stecher and Nicholas
Strasser. Sixth-grade First Team is
Zachary Autiello, and sixth-grade Sec-
ond Team are Daniel Autiello Jr., Ben
Deluzio, Michael Flaherty, Nicholas Gal-
lo, Kevin Hoppey and Alejandro Sosa
Jr.
Seventh-grade Second Team are
John Flaherty and David Weidman.
Eighth-grade First Team is Patrick Fen-


Brianna Bryant, an 8th-grader at Southwest Middle School, received
the Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award for the school. She was
honored along with other nominees at a ceremony with Nick Anderson
as keynote speaker. Bryant is pictured with Dr. Anne Carcara, principal.


Ion, and eighth-grade Second Team is
Sean Frith.
Cheerleaders chosen are fifth-grade
First Team, Gabriella Autiello; sixth-
grade First Team, Cassandra Autiello;
sixth-grade Second Team, Lesley Co-
hen, Sarah Frith, Kari Gardner,
Stephanie Gomez and Marissa
Goodrum; seventh-grade Second


Team, Stephanie Dowling and Hailey
Scuderi; eighth-grade First Team,
Michelle Weschler; eighth-grade Sec-
ond Team, Leslie Betoume, Brooke Dar-
den, Camille Evans, Alexandra Ferrer,
Melanie Joseph and Bianca Soffer.
Ryan Knipe (fifth grade), Harry Black
(sixth grade) and Devin Griggs (seventh
grade) received honorable. mention.


Maxey Elemen-.
tary held an
awards ceremo-
ny for kinder-
garten and 1st-
graders for the
3rd 9-week grad-
ing period. Pic-
tured are Ms.
Orr's kinder-
garten students
with their atten-
dance awards: (I-
r) Amari Thomas,
Nubia Tillman
.and Mekelya Grif-
fin.


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BAPTIST

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

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

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

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 &
CHILD DISCOVERY CENTER
1006 E. Crown Pt. Rd.
Winter Garden, FL.
www.westorlandobc.org
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
NewHorizonsChristianChurch.org


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


CHRISTIAN &C
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE


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


CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

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



CHURCH OF GOD

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

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


COMMUNITY

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

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



EPISCOPAL

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

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


INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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



JEWISH

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



LUTHERAN

PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd,,
Winter Garden
Serv. 8:30am & 10:45am
407-877-3937
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOfFaith.ORG

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


METHODIST

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

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

Newell St.
Post 45 First United "E
Office Methodist Church .
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ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd.
Dr. William S. Barnes, Lead Pastor
Associate Pastors: The Rev. Beth
Farabee-Puckett, The Rev. Jenn
Stiles Williams, Dr David Stephens
Sunday Worship
Traditional 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 am
Contemporary 9:30 am & 5:30 pm
407-876-4991 - www.st.lukes.ora


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


"Iam the way and the truth and the life. No one
comes to the Father except through me." John 14:6

This past Sunday, Easter, I had a rather simple
and unique experience early before daylight. I'll
tell you about it in a minute, but first I have been
amused (maybe dumb-founded is a better word)
about this huge debate going on about the "Easter
Bunny". Yep, that's right, the "Easter Bunny". I
don't want to get into all the historical origins and
associations about bunnies "laying eggs" and the
massive searches for said "eggs" on resurre tion
Sunday and all that. I do want to say it is interest-
ing, and even predictable, that once you remove
the true meaning of a celebration from the cele-
bration, all manor of arguments seem to "make
sense'"to.someone. (You can get a clue on this
downward spiral of thought by reading Romans
1:17-22 in the Bible.) I say let 'em have the "East-
er Bunny", the "Spring Bunny", "Bugs Bunny" and
the "swamp rabbit" but someone please tell them


NON-DENOMINATIONAL

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

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

NEXT COMMUNITY CHURCH
Pastor Scott Billue
Worship 10:00am & 6:00pm
Town of Oakland Meeting Hall
Phone: 407-654-9661
www.nextcommunitvchurch.com


NAZARENE


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


what Easter is really all abou

Now back to my little exience. I download-
ed a free dramatic reading the Biblical Easter
resurrection account from I-jes last week, but had-
n't listened to it. I awoke ster Sunday morning
early, before daylight, a for some reason re-
membered my Ipod was my bed. I plugged in
the earphones, dialed in tBiblical account of the
first Easter weekend andiled over to listen. Well,
the last thing I remem! before I went back to
sleep was Jesus sayin/Tell the brothers I will
see them in Galilee". Vcan get so focused on the
death, burial and evehe event of the resurrec-
tion that we forget thiesus intended for "life" to
continue. For all whmnow Him it does, for He
also said, "I am the y the truth and the life..." I
can't wait to see Hiioday. ..in Winter Garden!

From the belies at First Baptist Winter Garden
ADV.


OAKLAND PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL
407-656-4452
www.oaklandpres.org
Near exit 272 off the FL Turnpike
Worship at 8.;45 am and 11 am
Sunday School for all ages at
9:45am. Nursery provided during
worship. Dr. Robert P..Hines, Ji
Pastor. Call about our preschoA
summer camps

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
OF THE LAKES, USA
Conroy-Windermere Rd.'@
Lincoln Ave.
Sunday School 9:00AM, W3hip
10:30 407-291-2886
Worship on Wed. 7:00 - 7)1 PM
"Come hear the Gospel"
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PENWECOSiL

GRACE WORSHIP CITER
1132 E. Plant St. Wer Garden.
(407) 656-3727
Pastor Rick Fairclol


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


PRESBYTERIAN


AVALON PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, PCA
Whispering Oak Elementary School
15300 Stoneybrook West Pkwy.
Winter Garden, FL 34787
(407)905-9391 AvalonPCA.org
Worship Service Sunday 6:00 PM


WINDERMERFJNION CHURCH
10710 Park Rge-Gotha Rd.
Windermere,- 34786
407-876-211 Worship times:
As of Novermer '9, 2006:
9:00am Tratfiorl ServNce
11:15am CotemoCrar,' Prase
Service
10:15am Sinday3School


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



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100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

Hwy 50


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Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
Tom Welch, Pastor
407-903-1384


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10:30 am Worship Service * 407-656-6044
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800 S. Dillard St
Winter Garden 34777-1047
407-656-6611


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S~533 W. Plant St *
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656-3307
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SCHOOLS AND
INSTRUCTION

Interlinqua offers an un-
forgettable Summer
Camp. Programs are tai-
lored to instruction of
fun chess, exciting
Spanish classes and
recreational activities.
Ages 5 to 14. Millennia
Mall area. For info call:
407-376-6788. 5/31gf


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LOST AND
FOUND

LOST DOG - BLACK
MALE OCOEE AREA
407-656-0520. 4/19jh

LOST DOG- White
Poodle wearing green
scarf. Lost near Silver
Glen subdivision on
Clarke & Silver Star Rd.
If found please call 407-
247-9894. 4/12nc


100
.GENERAL
OFFICE


for the following
Full Time Positions:
* Bldg. Inspector I & II
* Lifeguard (Summer)
, Mechanic I
* Police Officer
* Fire Inspector
* Engineering Inspector
Supervisor
* Water Safety Instructor
(Summer)
* Swimming Pool Manager
(Summer)
* Trailer City Manager
* Public Service Worker I
* Day Camp Counselor
* Day Camp Art Instructor
Additional openings and
applications are available
online at www.cwgdn.com
or apply in person at
City Hall 251
W. Plant St., Winter
Garden, FL 34787
The City of Winter Garden is
an equal opportunity employer.


WAYNE AUTOMAT-
IC FIRE SPRIN-
KLERS, INC In
OCOEE IS SEEKING
A PART-TIME to
FULL TIME ADMIN-
ISTRATIVE : ASSIS-
TANT SALES/CUS-
TOMER SERVICE
EXPERIENCE IS
NECESSARY SEND
RESUME TO RE-
CRUITER@WAYNE-
FIRE.COM OR APPLY
IN PERSON 222 CAPI-
TOL CT. OCOEE,FL
34761. 4/12wa

General Office Help,
Dispatcher, Inventory
Clerk, Paperwork Pro-


IC"IENE


010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
030 PERSONALS
035 SCHOOLS AND
INSTRUCTION
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
090 MISCELLANEOUS

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


cessor needed for Win-
ter Garden business. In-
terviews held on
Wednesday from 1-
4pm. "About Satel-
lite.Com" located @
1319 Green Forest Ct.,
Ste. 406., Winter Gar-
den. 407-877-5657.
4/12as


105
DOMESTIC


Maids needed
cleaning residential
homes, no evening
work, transport and uni-
form proivded, friendly
company to work for.
Call 321-276-1488
and speak to Tracy

Se solicitan Criadas
para limpieza de resi-
dencias. No horario
nocturno. Se propor-
ciona el Transporte y los
uniforms. Trabaje para
una compania amis-
tosa! Llame al
321-276-1488
y pregunte por Tracy.


HOUSEKEEPING. EX-
ECUTIVE HOMES.
Must speak English.
Transportation needed.
No nights or weekends.
Part time. West Orange
County area. Classic
Care of America. 407-.
877-9300. 4/12cc

Live- in housekeeper
needed for Winter Gar-
den area. Free room &
board. Call 407-923-
5673. 4/12es

Senior Homecare By
Angels: Our caring
home companions help
seniors stay at home!
Respite care, meal prep,
light housework, er-
rands. Up to 24 hr care.
Reasonable rates. We do
things your way! VIS-
ITING ANGELS 407-
888-5999. Lic.229824
4/26va


110
CRAFT/SKILLS/
TRADE

GROUNDTEK OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA,
INC.- IRRIGATION
TECHNICIAN needed.
Experienced, work with
growing company.
Great pay and benefits.
NEED quality person.
No alcohol, no drugs.
862 Maguire Rd.,
Ocoee, FL 34761.407-
877-7473. 4/19gt


MERCHANMSE:
200 ITEMS FOR SALE
220 COLLECTIBLES
240 GARAGE/YARD SALE
280 ITEMS WANTED

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


EXPERIENCED or
NON EXPERIENCED
PRECAST CON-
CRETE WORKERS
NEEDED. 621 East
Plant St. Call Sandy at
407-832-2715. 4/26cs

Growing janitorial com-
pany needs FT/PT em-
ployees. Must have
valid DL. Call for de-
tails. 407-877-3886.
5/3rjb


130
MEDICAL

ORTHODONTIC AS-
SISTANT NEEDED.
Universal Studios area
ortho office seeks chair-
side assistant. Experi-
enced preferred, but will
train the right person.
Exc. salary & benefits.
Call 407-363-4800 or
fax resume to 407-876-
6085. 4/12rg

Vet-Tech, � full-time
opening in Southwest
area, great pay and ben-
efits, apply at 8932,S.
Apopka Vineland Rd.
4/12sla

Dental Assistant Needed,
Eaglesoft experience a
plus. Call 407-729-
7892. 4/12ks


135
PROFESSIONAL

Opening: Police Lieu-
tenant, Oakland Police
Department, send cover
letter and complete re-


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 ESfATE FOR BENT:
600 HOMES
610 CONDO & TOWNHOUSE
620 APARTMENT & DUPLEXES
625 ROOMS/EFFICIENCY
630 ROOMMATES ,


sume to Oakland Police
Department, Attn: Chief
Driscoll, P.O. Box 521,
Oakland, FL 34760.
Qualifications through
Oakland PD or on-line
@ iacp.orgtor oakland-
pd.com. EOE 4/12too

VPK TEACHER need-
ed for Christian
Preschool for the 2007-
08 school year. Must
have degree and/or
CDA. Call 407-656-
4452 or fax resume to
407-656-8201. 4/19opc

Full Charge Bookkeep-
er- Accounting office
needs full charge book-
keeper. Must be 10 key
proficient and have
working knowledge of
computer accounting.
Full time position. Fax
resume and salary re-
quirements to 407-656-
1199. 4/19ba

Exp. FT 2yr.old teacher
needed immediately.
Call Glad Tidings Pre-
School. 407-656-4140
or fax resume to 407-
656-0606. 4/26gt .

NOW HIRING. Pre-
School and Pre-Kinder-,
garten teachers. Must be
18. CDA preferred.
Great Pay & Benefits.
Contact Vanessa 407-
808-3513. 5/101blc


140
RESTAURANT/H
OTEL/MOTEL

W.E.S.' Garden Cafe


Fence Helper Needed in
Ocoee/Winter Garden
area. Reliable. Own
transportation. 'Good
Pay. Call 407-453-9510.
4/12hf

WE ARE NOW HIR-
ING- Service Techni-
cians, Installation Tech-
nicians, & Commercial
Duct Mechanics. Fax re-
sume to 407-654-4828,
or fill out application at
our office lcoated at 149
S. Woodland St. Winter
Garden. 4/19aanc

WAYNE AUTOMAT-
IC FIRE SPRIN-
KLERS, INC IN
OCOEE IS SEEKING
AN EXPERIENCED
WELDER FOR SHOP
FABRICATION SEND
RESUME TO RE-
CRUITER@WAYNE-
FIRE.COM OR APPLY
IN PERSON AT 222
CAPITOL CT OCOEE,
FL 34761. 4/12wa

LAWN MAINTE-
NANCE WORKERS
NEEDED for company
in W.G. Drug free, ex-
perienced. Clean drivers
license. Own trans-
portation. 407-877-
3369. 4/19bh

Driver Sod Class A Lo-
cal Piggy $45K plus
Benefits Piggy Back and
Off Road Exp. Req'd.
WG Grassing. 407-877-
0709. TFNwgg4/26


120
LABOR

FT/PT GOLF COURSE
maintenance. Help
needed at Windermere
Country Club. 407-876-
1814. 4/19wcc


6i-,VINDS


Mark Kirkland
Whisper Winds
Landscaping


hiring for all position.
Call for details. 407-
877-9884. 4/12wgc

Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-
Q is now hiring for all
hourly positions at 1500
E. Hwy 50 Clermont. If
interested please apply
betw eri 2-4 Monday-
Thursday (no phone
calls please). 4/12sbbq


150
RETAIL

LOVE KIDS? WE'RE
HIRING! The #1 chain


640, WAREHOUSE
650 COMMERCIAL
655 INCOME PROPERTY
670 VACATION
690 MOBILE HOME
695 WANTED
REAL EMATE FM SALE:
700 HOMESAND OPEN HOUSES
710 CONDO & TOWNHOUSES
720 COMMERCIAL
730 WATERFRONT
740 LOTS & ACREAGE
750 OUT-OF-STATE
760 MOBILE HOMES
770 REAL ESTATE WANTED
8,�p, REAL ESTATE WANTED
820 "MISCELLANEOUS
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of children's resale
stores, selling new and
gently-used children's
clothing, toys, equip-
ment, and furniture is
looking for full and part
time associates who love
kids and enjoy working
in a fun, team-oriented
environment. We offer
a great employee dis-
count and schedules that
compliment your,
lifestyle. If you are in-
terested please give me
a call at 497-297-9499
to set up an interview.
We have penciled in our
opening date for April


19th. Learn more about
us at www.ouac.com
4/19ouac


160
GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT

Hermann Engelmann
Greenhouses is looking
for people to fill the fol-
lowing positions:Pro-
duction, Shipping, and
Growers. Applications
are being accepted at
2009 Marden Rd, Apop-
ka Mon - Fri 8AM -
4PM. 4/12heg

Earn $$ keeping kids
PT/FT. Connect with
parents by registering
your availability. Cen-
tral FL area. 407-748-
6558. 5/31m.

VENDING ATTEN-
DANT to fill & service.
Deli Cook, Cashier,
good pay. Mon-Thurs.
Food service at Auto
Auction. 407-947-6327
for an appt. tfnafs(3/1-
3/29)


165
PART-TIME

Maintenance' person, 2
days p/wk. Maguire Rd.
Self Storage. 407-905-
7898. 4/26mrss


Super Crossword FOREIGN


ACROSS
1 Conclude a
deal
6 Drinks like
a Dalmatian
10 Current unit
13 Bagel or
bialy
1. 7 State
,18 Build
20 He'll give
you a
squeeze
21.Singer
Adams
22 Egyptian
manipula-
tor?
24 German
rock group?
26 Thames
town
27 _ blond
28 Quick
comeback
30 Furtiveness
33 Encounter
34 Luke's book
37 Baseball
stat
38 Feudal
tenant
406"Lohengrin"
role
42 "Pshaw!"
45 Wind
instrument?
48 Galley
feature .
50 Asia's
father
51 Pie _ mode
52 Indian
restaurant?


57 Church
bench
58 Mississippi
mound
60 Help
61 Actress
Rivera
62 Got up
64 Tragic
monarch -
65 Barc .
supply
66 Noggin
67 Fine
69 A bit of
Bach
71 Bandleader
SShaw
72 Sitarist
Shankar
73 Prep
school
76 Sheepish
sounds
7# Seville
shout
79 "Beowulf,"
, e.g.
$2 More naive
83 " of
robins.. .
85 Bartok or.
Peron
86 Islamic
deity
87 Speed-
ometer
abbr.
88 Senegalese
sitcom?
92 Khan
opener?
93 Mayberry
town drunk


95 "The Lady
_ Tramp".
('37 song)
96 Maintenance
workers
97 Hither's mate
98 Contemptible
100 Good-luck
- charm
104 '', de plume
106 Film site?
107 Worn-out
108 TV's."
Shade"
112 Seminole
t shoe
116 Whitney or
Mintz
117 On one's __
, (alert)
.119 Italian actor?
122 Sensible
Czech?
126 Duel tool
127 Season
firewood
128 Dieter's
dish
129 " Fideles"
130 Ward (off)
131 Evergreen
tree
132 Sup in style
133 Soprano
Fleming
DOWN
1 Blind parts
2 "(Jntouch-
Able" Ness
3 Klemperer
of "Hogan's
Heroes"
4 Actor


Tognazzj
5 Energy
6 Rover's
restraint
7 Roguish
8 Hound or
hamster
9 A great
many
10 'Waterloo"
group
11 Yorkshire
feature
12 Gasp
13 Tosses
aside
14 "Deep
Space
Nine" role
15 Actress
Ullmann
16 Wahine's
wreath
17 Master
19 Banyan and
baobab
23 Scoundrel
25 Close
29 School grp.
31 Residence
32 Brindisi
bread
33 Artist Franz
35 Libyan
baseball
maneuver?
36 Most
confident
38 Nullify
39 Like some
sheep
40 Prospec-
tor's prize
41 Loser to


Truman
42 Cinderella's
soiree
43 Nautical
adverb
44 Cuban
game-show
figure?
46 Jai _
47 Lean
49 PDQ,
politely
53 Overlay
material
54 Massenet
opera
55 Aachen
article
56 Darling
dog
59 Carve a
canyon
63 "Bolero"
composer
65 Jewel
66 Impetuous
68 Prior to, to
Prior
70 Semester
71 Encourage
a culprit
73 Iron clothes
74 Paris, to
Helen
75 Tropical
tubers
77 Ellipse
78 Chad or
George
80 Othello's
inducer
81 Detective
Charlie
84 Linguist


Chomsky
85 Redact
86 Torch's
crime
89 _ and
yang
90 Hair part
91 Composer
Thomas
94 Prepared
cherries
99 Morlocks'
prey
101 Donkey
102 Tanker and
trawler
103 "Lord Jim"
author
105 Kitten gear?
108 Manage to
miss
109 Compete
110 Din
111 "Beau _"
('39 film)
113 Potter's
need
114 Circus sight
115 Once again
116 Richard of
"Love Me
Tender"
118 Sault
Marie, MI
119 Ring
counter
120 Do Little
work
121 Kyoto
coin
123 Actress
MacGraw
124 Deface
125 Citrus
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Inserting Machine Operator/Crew Leader

Description: Machine set-up following sample & observes operation of machine. Replenishes feed pockets with
materials throughout production run. Clears jams & adjusts machine to correct malfunction. Removes finished
product from machine, jogs stack & places onto pallet. Verifies job numbers, markets & counts. Maintains accurate
records that include market identification, start & finished count & any downtime.
Requirements: High School Diploma/GED. Some OVERTIME is required. Ability to work 10 hour shifts
(Days/Nights). Basic computer knowledge (Windows, etc). Basic mechanical aptitude needed for general set-up.
MUST be able to handle a fast-paced, repetitive position. MUST be able to work WEEKENDS/HOLIDAYS.
MUST be able to pass Drug/Criminal Background. Pay: $10/hr to start.

PLEASE CALL 407-856-3351 OR FAX YOUR RESUME TO
407-857-1283 ATTN MONICA/JOSE


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Maguire Rd. Self Stor-
age. For Details call
407-905-7898. 4/26mrss

Local PT bookkeeper
needed. 10hrs.p/wk.
QuickBooks exp. E-
mail resume to: muse-
um@wghf.org or mail
to P.O. Box 770657,
Winter Garden, FL
34777. 4/19wghm





200
ITEMS FOR SALE

NEW MAYTAG AP-
PLIANCES in former
model home, used 2
weeks. Bisque, side-by-
side refrigerator w/ door
dispenser, sensor con-
trol microwave, stove &
dishwasher. $1600 for
all. 407-654-8386.
4/12sh

Baldwin Piano, used,
console w/ bench, wal-
nut. Asking $1495. Call
407-292-3877. 4/12sp

Commercial grade
11 lmm. laminate floor,
medium oak finish, 184
-ft.; includes 200 ft. va-
por barrier underlay-
ment and installation kit.
$275. Call 321-287-
4408 after 4 pm. 4/12pi


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HELP WANTED


Irrigation

Foreman
3 yr. experience.
Must have FL Driver's License.


407-877-0116


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BEDS-All new sets- $99
twins, $119 fulls, $150
queens, $210 kings. Can
deliver. Call 407-340-
3751. 4/19ab

La-z-Boy reclining/rock-
er/loveseat w/2 drawer
console table, tan, mi-
cro-suede $700. Maytag
Gemini glass top range
w/double oven $800.
Chi Machine (new)
$300. Homedics mas-
saging cushion $70.
Bunn Coffee Maker
$30. Call or leave mes-
sage 407-905-9357.
4/19kb

Beds- Brand new ortho-
pillow tops with war-
ranty- Full -$120
Queen- $160 King-
$220 Memory Foams
from $495. 352-394-
5813 (Clermont) 4/26sl

Bedroom set- Gorgeous
all new 7 piece Louis
Philippe Sleigh Bed set.
$1,300 - 352-394-3279
(Clermont) 4/26sl

Couch and loveseat-
Plush micro-fibre- brand
new- $749 352-394-
4372 (Clermont) 4/26sl

Futon- $195- wood fu-
ton w. plush mattress-
brand new in box- 352-
394-4372 (Clermont)
4/26sl

Hot tub- $1,795. Load-
ed! Brand new 4 seater
with 12 therapy jets, wa-
terfall, cup-holders, cus-
tom digital controls.
Factory warranty. 321-
663-3831 4/26sl

Pool table- $1,350-
Beautiful 8' all-wood w.
leather pockets, 1" Ital-
ian slate. Delivery and
set-up available. 321-
663-3831 4/26sl

COMPUTERS FOR
SALE. CALL
ROBERT @ 407-242-
4161 tfnrb(38858)


JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing
SCRAP
BATTERIES
500 EACH

510E. HWY 50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588



240
GARAGE/
YARD SALE

260 Gary Dr., Winter
Garden- Fri & Sat. 4/13
& 4/14. Furniture, chil-
dren & adult clothing,
beautiful plants & misc.
4/12rg

Huge Sidewalk Sale!
Kids clothes, TV's,
cribs, highchairs, beds.
All proceeds benefit
school for children with
disabilities. Saturday
4/14, 7:00am-12:00pm.
UCP Winter Garden,
630 S. Dillard St.
4/12gk

Moving Sale: Sat &
Sun, 8 til ? 2221 Twist-
ed Pine, off N. Clarke
Rd. Lots of everything.
4/12jh

Yard Sale- Furniture,
clothes, and misc. Fri-
day, April 13th. 110
Magnolia St. Ocoee.
4/12tm

HUGE Garage Sale,
Saturday April 14th
8am-? Household, fur-
niture, clothes, toys, and
MUCH MORE! Arrow-
head Estates in Cler-
mont, off 455. 16208
Apalachee Circle. Fol-
low signs! 4/ kb


340
FREE TO GOOD
HOME


Brother cats in need of
good inside home. Pre-
fer to stay together.Will
be a year old in May.Or-
ange & white, and other
black & white tiger with
boots.Call if questions.
407-905-5287 4/19nctp








440
RVS & TRAVEL
TRAILERS

FOR SALE- 1984
Prowler 20ft. camper
with deck, new tires,
breaks, small tv, air
cond. $2300.00. With-
out the deck $2000.00.
Call 407-905-2917. Can
been seen at South
Shore Park. 17525
Broad Street, Killarney,
FL. 4/12el


450
MOTORCYCLES

Banshee ATV 2006-
Bought Brand New in
Dec.2006. Has many
upgrades to make it ex-
tra fast. Not used more
than 15hrs. Pd
$7700.00. Sell for
$6000.00. Moving.
Must sell. 321-354-
8709. 4/19dv


530
CHILDCARE

PINK & BLUE HOME
DAYCARE OFFERS A
SMART CHOICE
THIS SUMMER.
OPENINGS FOR KIDS
4-8 YEARS OLD,
SMALL GROUPS. M-
F 8am to 5 pm. 10
WEEKS OF FUN!
CALL NOW TO REG-
ISTER-407-292-6306.
4/12md

Register as a Babysitter
OR FIND a sitter. Earn


$100-145/wk. per child.
407-748-6558 (tfn)lm


560
HOME
IMPROVEMENT


S.E. Dollen, Inc.
Winter Garden longest
established electrical
contractor serving
Central FL since 1983.
All Service Techs are
LICENSED
Journeymen and Master
Electricians.
For professional results
and competitive rates call
407-656-5818
EC 13001719



WELL DRILL
PUMPS
Smith Brothers
Marshall Farms Rd.
OCQEE
656-5883 or
656-4394
* Licensed * Bonded
* Water or no Pay
Servicing all of Central Florida


T.A. Miller Building
Contractor - Remodel-
ing specialist in Win-
dermere area. Great ref-
erences. Call Tom for a
free estimate @ 407-
947-9313. 4/19pu

REPAIR, REMODEL,
RENOVATIONS & in-
stallation services. Call
Handyroo's.
Licensed/Insured. 407-
340-1719 tfnnr(38860)

HANDYMAN SER-
VICE AVAILABLE.
Drywall, trim work, car-
pentry,. painting, pres-
sure washing, custom
tile work, kitchen cabi-
netry work, etc. 321-
388-1330. 4/12rp


585
MISCELLA-
NEOUS


ESpring)E Water Puri-
fier:Destroys microor-
ganisms. Reduces over
140 possible health-ef-
fect contaminants Inde-
pendent testing Let us
show you the certified
difference. Call Karen.
Quixtar affiliated Inde-
pendent Business Own-
er. 1-888-893-2894
4/26ks


600
HOMES FOR
RENT


Winter Garden
*4/2.5/2 New home over
2500 sq ft. Asking
$1500.00. Community
pool and park.
*2/2 Condo Southern
Pines. From $1,000/mo
*Commercial Space
Store Front.
Great busy location.
Call for details.

407-905-3630

advancedrealty-era.com
Email:
advancedreal@yahoo.comr
Vine Village Plaza, CR 535
& 50, Winter Garden


2/2 North Winter Gar-
den, Mature Trees,
Brick Streets- pristine
condition...$850.00 per
month- first, last, plus
deposit. Call Sheri @
407-468-2025 or Lisa @
321-948-9296. TFNwr

Immaculate home in
Stoneybrook West for
rent. 4/3 on Golf Course,
Gated/Guarded 24/7,
great schools. 407-436-
2439. 4/12cm

4 Bedroom/2 Bath, 2
Car Garage, Crown


Point Area in Winter
Garden, No Pets, Lawn
Included $1,390/mo.
Day 321-303-4125 or
Eve. 407-654-3997.
4/12eb

For Rent- 4br/3ba, heat-
ed pool, lake access in
Clermont. Available on
April 25. $1650 p/mo.
Call 352-978-6227.
4/12ibb

Renovated 4 bed 2.5
bath house in Ocoee on
1/4 acre fenced corner
lot. $1499/month 321-
303-3155. 4/12ac

4/2/2 near South Lake
Hosp. Pets negotiable,
fenced yard. $1300
p/mo, credit check re-
quired & references.
Call for details 352-874-
7444. 4/191f


610
CONDO AND
TOWNHOUSE

TOWNHOME FOR
RENT! 2 Story, 3Bed-
rooms, 2Baths,
1100/month. If you have
any questions feel free
to call 407-877-7115.
4/191m

Metrowest Condo for
rent- 2/2, 1100sq. ft. Re-
done, new laminate
floors. Available now.
$1050p/mo. 407-448-
3092. 4/12rp


620 A
APARTMENT &
DUPLEXES

Duplex- 2br/lba, central
heat & air, laundry
room, fenced backyard.
No Pets. $875 p/mo.
plus security. 352-552-
7782. TFNpj

1/1 APT. NEWLY re-
furbished. W.G. No
pets. $550 p/mo. Within
walking distance to
shopping & restaurants


in historic downtown.
407-376-8763. tfn-
mec(39267)

Duplex 2/1 Rent $800,
Deposit $1000. Winter
Garden. 407-656-9762.
4/12wgg

2bd,lbth,1024sqft, $985
month W/D Included,
Large Yard 407-877-
4292. 4/12sa


650
COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT

WINTER GARDEN- 2
PRIVATE OFFICES,
RECEPTION AREA
AND LARGE OPEN
OFFICE SPACE PLUS
KITCHEN AND
BATHROOM. AP-
PROX 1,000 SQ FT.
$1,450 A MONTH
ASK FOR BILL 407-
716-3010. tfnwr

PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICE SPACE for rent.
North Dillard St. 407-
656-2812. tfnmab


Oakland Office Space
for Rent - Charming
Downtown location,
18'x18' $650/mo util
incl, 1st Flr. Avail now.
Call 407-656-8090. tfn-
jdp

Office space for rent, 31
S. Main St., starting at
$300, 407-656-
6420.tfncp(39264)


690
MOBILE HOMES

ONE BEDROOM
FURNISHED-
ADULTS ONLY. NO
PETS. $110 P/WK.
PLUS DEPOSIT. 407-
656-2595 4/26jw


OSPREY LAND

APARTMENTS !


Applications available
For Spacious

1 bdrm. Apartments
For those who are 62 years of age or older,
handicapped/disabled (regardless of age).
Laundry onsite.

584 W. Bay St.
Winter Gardeh, FL 34787 '

407-656-7860


Mon-Fri 8am-4pm


412, 1~


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Auctions

AUCTION Highlands County Mulli-Properly 10am,
Sat,'April 14. 40 Residential Lots. Single & Multi-Family.
2 lnd lstial SOl-. \t.roe. n.:l .,t In rn hL : i 1t.- h..H- lrci
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IRS PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Date: April 24. 2007
Time: 10:00AM Registration 9:00AM Location: Four
Freedoms Park, Cape Coral, FL Bpautiful 3BR/2BA w!'
Pool & Boat Dock overlooking Bimini Basin. Visit:
wvsiabirles*,og. or contact Sharont W Sullivan, (954)423-
7743.
IRS PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Date: April 26, 2007
'time: 10:00AM Reglslration 9:00AM Location: 3305
1iona tnlc,. %1,ru '.l t l 3 I na1nt.nJ r..i- l .II.
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Automotive


$500 Police lmpoundsl Cam From.S5001 Tax Ropes, US
Marshal and IRS sales Can, Trucks, SUV', Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's, morel For listings Call (800)425-1730
x2384.
Auto's for Sale Honda Civic 19971 S7001 Nissan Altima
1995 $770! Toyota Corolla 1995 $5401 Police Impoundas
Available Now! For listing Call (800)366-9813 lixt.9271.

BuildingSupplies

METAL ROOFING SAVE $SSS buy direct from manufic-
turor. 20 colors in stock with all accessories. Quick turn
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Guys Get Hailreuts. Guys watch Sports. Every franchise
investment should hbe so obvious. Recession proof. All cash.
Full Training and Support. Financing available (800)872-
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Drivers.-ASAP1i 21 CDL Drivers Needed *36-43CPM!
$1.20* Sign-On Bonus. SO Lease New Trucks. Only 3 mos
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Driver- CIASS-A CDL DRIVERS- Now Hiring OTR &
Local Drivers- New Equipment; Great Benefits; Premium
Pay Package. Call Oakley Transport, (877)484-3042.

Homes ForSale

PALM HARBOR HOMES Certified Modular & Mobile
Homc'Specialists.Callfor RIE ColorBroshurcs (800)622-
2832.

Instruction

HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR TRAINING FOR
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*L5"ND AUCTION* 200 Props Must be Sold! Low Down
./ E-Z Financing. Free Catalog (866)554-3852
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___20 acres Oklahoma Beautifid wooded tracts, surveyed,
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Collectibles

BUYING US COINS Retired Enginmr/Collector travel-
iftg throughout Florida paying cash for your US Coin
Collection, Gold & Old Paper Money. For appt call Ralph
(800)210-2606.

EmploymentServices

Notice: Post Office Positions Now Available. Avg. Pay
S20/hour or $57K annually including Federal Benefits and
OT. Oct your exam guide now. (800)709-9754 EXT.5799
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and lodging furnished. Call today. Start today. (877)646-
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North Carolina Lake Property Sale April 28th Large
acreage. lake access community pool, much more Call for
Details (166)930-5263.
So. Central FL Private GCrated Lakefront Commoniry was
S169,900 NOW $69,900 1 to 3 acre lake access. Owncrmust
sell. Call (888)320-8399 x 1242,
FL Land Bargains. 5 to 100 Acres 30% to 50% below
market. Call (866)352-2249. X. 1200.
VIRGINIA MOUNTAIN CABIN New 3 BR log cabin
withlofton 5 acre mountaintopoverlooking great big trout
stream near New River State Park and Galax, must sell
$299.500 owner (866)789-8535.

Lots & Acreage
NORTH FLA PROPERTIES 10 to 350 Acres starting at
S6200peracre w'OwnCverifinancing. (800)294-2313. ext.1485
A Bar Sales Inc. 7 days 7a.m. - 7p.m.

Miscellaneous


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WANTED: 10 HOMES To Show Off Our New Lifetime
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Real Estate


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ADIRONDACK. TUG HILL LAKES 30 AC Borders
ADK Lake- $169,900 10 AC- Tug Hill Lake- 569,900 88
AC- Wildlife Pondt Trout Stream - $159,900 25 AC-
Lakcfront Central NY- $129,900 Coming Soon- Largest
Adirondack River lots w/waterfalls. Call Christmas &
Associates (800)229-7843 av.wawdandmcam asa,.
NC Gated Lakerront Commanity. Pleasantly mild cli-
mate 1.5 acres, 90 miles of shoreline. Never offered before
with 20% pre-development discounts, 90% financing. Call
(800)709-5253.
Got North GA Mountain Fever? We Have The Curm...
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Rentals. Toccoa Wilderness Really & Cabin Rental, LLC.
(706)632-2606 OR (706)435-8735
NortlB(Ieomis$8lw)9tdMiAen
Timber Company LAND SALE 20 AC- S39,900 Sub-
division Potentiall 1st Time Oflred Big mtn areae w/
spectacular views. 1 mile to Nicklaus designed golf course.
17N River & close t1 rec lake. Crkfromnts avail. Excellent
financing. Wont last, call now (866)852-2538, x 1070.
Tennessee Lake Bargain 3 4 Acres- S19,900. FREE Boat
Slips! Save S5000 during pre-construction sale! Enjoy
access to private, Jinuy Houston endorsed bas lake. Paved
roads, utilities, soils tested. LAKEFRONT available.
Excellent financing. Call now (866)685-2562, X 1006.
Coastal Georgia New, Pre- construction Golf Community.
Large Iota & condos W; deepwater, marsh, golf, nature
views. Gated, Golf, Fitness Center, Tennis, Trails. Docks,
$70k's- S300k. (877)266-7376. w ut.,oopeeapoin icorm.
COASTAl. WATERFRONT! 2.25 ACRES - S199,900.
Williamnsburg. VA area. Bcautifiully wooded, screne set-
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financing. Call now (800)732-6601, x1287.
GAI FL Border Huge Savings! 23.55 AC, only S99,900
(was $124,900) Coastal region. Wooded, loaded w; wild-
life. Easy drive toSt. Simor ns land! Subdivision polatoiall
CALL. NOW (800)898-4409 X 1178.
UNBELIEVABLE LAND BARGAIN. GA/FL border.
400 to 1000 acres, Just $2950/ acre. Call Mark (904)335-
0496.




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Thursday, April 12, 2007 The West Orange Times 3C


700
HOMES/
OPEN HOUSE

OPEN HOUSE
4BR/2BA - SAT FROM
10-4 & SUN FROM 11-
2 IN TUSCANY. 1624
MALCOLM POINTE
DR. 407-697-7615.
4/-12wr/ld


REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE I


WEST OAKS MALL/
OCOEE AREA 4 bed/2
bath pool home. Huge
pool area w/solar heat.
1963 htd. sq. ft. New
roof & paint. $329,900.
Bluewater real estate
Inc. 407-578-7005
5/3bre


710
CONDO &
TOWNHOUSES

NEAR UNIVERSAL
STUDIOS Spacious 3
bed/2 bath condo.


Ground floor unit w/at-
tached 2 car garage.
Shows great--only
$245K Bluewater Real
Estate Inc. 407-578-
7005 5/3bre


720
COMMERCIAL

WINTER GARDEN:
Flex condos. 1/2 mile
off SR 429, 2278 S.F. &
up, 20' Ceiling, Concrete
Const., Avail Now. 407-
654-8200.
www.APEXDEVEL-


bedroom and bath all ap-
pliances, utility room
with washer and dryer,
asking $27,000.00. Call
407-272-8764. 4/261m


810
REAL ESTATE
WANTED


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on April 23, 2007 at
8:00 a.m. at MD Towing, 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando, FL 32807
for the towing and storage pursuant
to F.S. #713.78. Terms are Cash.
1989 Honda
Vin# 2HGED6347KH553479
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all bids.
4/12

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on April 24, 2007 at
8:00 a.m. at MD Towing, 1510 N.
Forsyth Road, Orlando, FL 32807
forthe towing and storage pursuant
to F.S. #713.78. Terms are Cash.
1990 Landrover
Vin# SALHV1240LA454525
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all bids.
4/12

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
05/04/2007,08:00 am at 103 S. Or-
ange Blossom Trail Orlando, Fl
32805, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
Hughes Towing & Recovery re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
1B7GH14R3PX609252 1993
DODGE
1FTRE14262HA72755 2002 FORD
1G8ZH127XTZ235452 1996 SAT-
URN
4/12

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
05/11/2007, 08:00 am at 103 S. Or-
ange Blossom Trail Orlando, Fl
32805, pursuant.to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
Hughes Towing & Recovery re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
1B4GP15B72B577266
2002 DODGE
1FAFP55U51A223845 2001 FORD
1G1ZT54835F140990
2005 CHEVROLET
1G3HN52K1V4865799
1997 OLDSMOBILE
1J4FT68S4PL586540 1993 JEEP
UNT015103 1980 FRUEHAUF
4/12


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE:


LEGAL
NOTICES


Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice ofForeclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
05/18/2007,08:00 am at 103 S. Or-
ange Blossom Trail Orlando, Fl
32805, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
Hughes Towing. & Recovery re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
3GNDA13D17S529972 2007
CHEVROLET
4/12

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Slys Towing & Recovery gives No-
tice of foreclosure of Lien and Intent
to sell vehicles pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes that on 4/24/07,10:00am at
119 5th St Winter Garden, Ft 34787-
3613. Slys Towing & Recovery re-
serves right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
1996 MAZDA PICKUP
4F4CR12A3TTM34325
4/12

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Orange County Towing & Recov-
ery, Inc. gives Notice of Foreclo-
sure of Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 04/28/2007, 08:00 am
at 1820 N. GOLDENROD ROAD OR-
LANDO, FL 32807, pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the Florida Stat-
ues. Orange County Towing & Re-
covery, Inc. reserves the right to
accept or reject any and/or all bids.
1G8ZK5271TZ342141 1996 SAT-
URN
4/12

RAINBOW TITLE & LIEN, INC.
3389 Sheridan Street, PMB 221
Hollywood, Fl 33021
(954) 920-6020
NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will sell
at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suantto Chapter 713.78 of the Flori-
da Statutes on April 26, 2007 at 10
A.M..
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*
2001 PONTIAC, VIN#
1GMDXO3E71D203087
Located at: 151 TAFT VINELAND
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Lot 1, Block D, EVANS VILLAGE,
according to the plat thereof as
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Point of Beginning.
DATED this 19th Day of March,
2007.
Lydia Gardner: Clerk of Court
4/12,4/19

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Evelyn Joyce Partridge
Deceased
File No.: 48-2006-CP-002184-0
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of
Evelyn Joyce Partridge, deceased,
File Number: 48-2006-CP-002184-
0, is pending in the Circuit Court
for the 9th Judicial Circuit in Or-
ange County, Florida, Probate Di-
vision, the address of which is 425
North Orange Avenue, Orlando,
Florida 32801, the names and ad-
dresses of the Personal Represen-
tative and the Personal Represen-
tativels attorney are set forth be-
low.
ALL INTERESTED PERSON ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons upon whom this notice
is served who have objections that
challenge the qualifications of the
Personal Representative, venue or
jurisdiction of the Court are required
to file their objections with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AF-


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persons having claims or demands
against decedentfs estate on whom
a copy of this notice is served with-
in three months after the date of
the first publication of this notice
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE 0 THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or de-
mands against the decedentfs estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL-CLAIMS, DEMAND AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is April 12, 2007.
Personal Representative:
William C. Partridge, Jr.
4320 Stonewall Drive
Orlando, Florida 32812
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
James R. Cunningham, Esq.
2507 Tuscarora Trail
Maitland, Florida 32751
telephone: 407-340-1855
Florida Bar No. 122848
4/12, 4/19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 48-2007-CP-000640-
0
In Re The Estate Of:
FRED A. ROMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of the
Estate of FRED A. ROMANI, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2007-CP-
000640-0, has commenced in the
Probate Division of the Circuit
Court, Orange County, Florida, the
address of which is 425 N. Orange
Avenue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
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 having claims or de-
mands against the decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served must file their claims
with this Gourt at the address set
forth above WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE AS SET FORTH BE-
LOW OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH CREDITOR.
All other creditors or persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has not been served
must file their claims with this Court
at the address set forth above
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.


The date of the first publication of
this notice is April 12, 2007.
Personal Representative:
JESSICA KLINGBERG
863 Licaria Drive
Ocoee, FL 34761
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
ERIC S. MASHBURN
Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A.
Post Office Box 771268
Winter Garden, FL 34777-1268
Phone number: (407) 656-1576
Fax number: (407) 877-9166
Florida Bar Number: 263036
4/12, 4/19

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

CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2006 CA9731
ZSUZSANNA M. CELENZA,
TRUSTEE of
Zsuzsanna M. Celenza Living Trust
Plaintiff,
vs.
Edwin M. Lugo, et al.,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: EDWIN M. LUGO (CURRENT
RESIDENCE) 316 GARDENIA
ROAD, KISSIMMEE, FL 34743
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a lawsuit
has been filed against you'and you
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it, on
Max P. Wright, General Law Prac-
tice, Attorney for Plaintiff, whose
address 4445 Edgewater Drive,
Orlando, Florida 32804 on or be-
fore May 5, 2007, a date which is
within thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this Notice.in The
West Orange Times newspaper and
file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on Plain-
tiffis attorney or immediately there-
after, otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons in
need of a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding or to
access a court service, program or
activity shall, within a reasonable
time prior to any proceeding or
need to access a service, program,
or activity, contact the Administra-
tive Office of the court, ORANGE
COUNTY FLORIDA, at 425 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32810;
Telephone (407) 836-2302 or 1-
800-955-8771 (THD), or 1-800-
955-8770 (V) via Florida Relay Ser-
vice.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court this 28th day of March,
2007.
By Lydia Gardner As Clerk of the
Court
4/26

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
Division: 01
File No: 48-2006-CP-001897-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANTHONY J. FORMICOLA
Deceased.


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mands against the decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served must file their claims
with this Court at the address set
forth above WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE AS SET FORTH BE-
LOW OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH CREDITOR.
All other creditors or persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has not been served
mustfile theirclaims with this Court
at the .address set forth above


WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
this notice is April 5, 2007.
Personal Representative:
LINDA ANN MATHIS
3590 Country Rose Lane
Apopka, FL 32703
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
ERIC S. MASHBURN
Law Office of Eric S. Mashbum, P.A.


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Winter Garden, FL 34777-1268
Phone number: (407) 656-1576
Fax number: (407) 877-9166,
Florida Bar Number: 263036
4/5,4/12




# # #


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ANTHONY J. FORMICOLA, de-
ceased, whose date of death was
June 6, 2005, and whose Social Se-
curity Number is xxx-xx-1264, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Or-
ange County, Florida, Probate Di-
vision, the address of which is 425
N. Orange Avenue, Room 340, Or-
lando, FL 32801. The names and
addresses of the Personal Repre-
sentative and the Personal Repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is April 5,2007.
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
MATTHEW J. AHEARN, Attorney
Florida Bar No. 0121754
DEAN, MEAD, EGERTON, BLOOD-
WORTH,
CAPOUANO & BOZARTH, P.A.
P.O. Box 2346
Orlando, FL 32802-2346
Telephone: (407) 841-1200
Fax: (407) 423 -1831
Personal Representative:
GERTRUDE F, FORMICOLA
18 Pine Drive
Emerson, NJ 07630
4/5,4/12

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File Number: 48-2007-CP-000547-
0
In Re The Estate Of:
NAOKO COCHRANE,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of the
Estate of NAOKO COCHRANE, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2007-CP-
000547-0, has commenced in the
Probate Division of the Circuit
Court, Orange County, Florida, the
address of which is 425 N. Orange
Avenue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
32801. The names and addresses
of the Personal Representative and
the Personal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
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other persons having claims or de-


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PRICE UNDER APPRAISAL!!! DECORATOR COLORS AND DECORATOR TOUCHES IS
WHAT YOU WILL FIND IN THIS NEAT & CLEAN 4 BDRM., 2 BA. WITH, FOYER, EAT-IN
KITCHEN, LIVING/GREAT ROOM, DINING AREA, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, SCREEN LANAI,
WANT TO BUILD A POOL? NO PROBLEM HERE THIS HOME HAS A LARGE PRIVACY
FENCED YARD AND STORAGE SHED. ALL APPLIANCES STAY INCLUDING WASHER &
DRYER... LOCATED IN A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD, WALK TO THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL,
CLOSE TO 429,408 & TURNPIKE!!! ASKING ONLY $264,900.


JUST LISTED!!!
A REAL CREAM PUFF... STEP INSIDE TO THE BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORING... FORMAL
LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN WITH MANY EXTRAS INCLUDING BREAKFAST
NOOK, FAMILY ROOM INCLUDES A GORGEOUS BRICK FIREPLACE, SLIDING GLASS
DOORS LEADING TO THE SCREENED LANAI WITH PRIVACY FENCED YARD, SPLIT BED-
ROOM PLAN, MSTR BATH IS ADJOINED BY MSTR BATH WITH WHIRLPOOL GARDEN
TUB, SEPARATE SHOWER..THIS IS A GREAT BUY! I! WALK TO THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL,
CLOSE TO 429,408, & TURNPIKE... ASKING ONLY $294,900.


SELLER WILL PAY $3,000 IN BUYER'S CLOSING COSTS! WHAT'S YOUR OFFER???
PICTURE PERFECT AND IDEAL LOCATION WITH A NEIGHBORHOOD OF STATELY COME AND GET IT BEFORE IT'S GONE...3 BDRM., 2 BA. WITH LIVING
OAKS IS THIS 3 BDRM., 2 BA. WITH ENTRY FOYER, FORMAL LIVING, FORMAL
DINING, FAMILY ROOM, BREAKFAST NOOK, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, INSIDE LAUN ROOM, FAMILY ROOM WITH BRICK WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE AND
DRY, FRONT PORCH AND LOCATED ON A CUL DE SAC. THIS HOME IS IN IMMAC- BRICK ACCENT WALL, DINING ROOM, EAT-IN KITCHEN, SCREENED
ULATE CONDITION, A SPECK OF DIRT WOULD DIE OF LONELINESS. NOTHINGTO LANAI WITH BUILT IN SPA AND WATERFALL!!! 1 CAR GARAGE
DO HERE BUT MOVE IN! ALL KITCHEN, WINDOW COVERINGS STAY! WALK TO W/OPENER, CORNER LOT... ALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES AND WIN-
THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL, MINUTES AWAY FROM DOWNTOWN W.G., 429,408& DOW COVERINGS STAY! ASKING ONLY $219,900.
TURNPIKE ASKING ONLY $298,875. ' DOW COVERINGS STAY! ASKING, ONLY $219,900.


PRACTICAL LUXURY!!!
SELLER WILL PAY UP TO $4,000.00 BUYER'S CLOSING COSTS WITH FULL PRICE CON-
TRACT.BETTER THAN NEW!!! COMPLETELY REMODELED, EVERYTHING NEW IN THIS
3BR/2BA BEAUTY... PORCELAIN TILE THROUGHOUT... LIVING/GREAT ROOM, DINING
AREA, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, INSIDE LAUNDRY ROOM. ALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES,
BLINDS, CEILING FANS STAY! FENCED YARD WITH NEW STORAGE SHED! NO HOME-
OWNERS ASSOCIATION! NOTHING TO DO HERE BUT MOVE IN! GREAT LOCATION ONLY
MINUTES FROM SHOPPING! ASKING ONLY $193,900.


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TNE DREAM OF A LIFETIME!!!
GORGEOUS CUSTOM BUILT 3 BDRM., 21/2 BA. HARDWOOD FLOORING, FORMAL DINING,
BREAKFAST NOOK, LIVINGROOM/GREATROOM WITH NATURAL GAS FIREPLACE, INSIDE
LAUNDRY, WALK IN PANTRY, MSTR.BDRM AND BATH IS TO DIE FOR, INSIDE LAUNDRY
ROOM, BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT WITH PRIVATE BACK YARD, OPEN PATIO AND STORAGE
SHED. THIS BEAUTY IS LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN, WALK TO WEST ORANGE
TRAIL, SHOPS, ETC. ASKING ONLY $429,900.00


AWAY FROM THE CROWDS!!!
THIS CUTIE IS LOCATED IN EDGEWATER, FLORIDA AND IS A DREAM,
NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN... 2 BDRM., 1 BATH, SPACIOUS LIVING
ROOM, DINING AREA, INSIDE LAUNDRY ROOM, ALL APPLIANCES STAY,
ALL WINDOW COVERINGS STAY, SCREENED PATIO, PRIVACY FENCED BACK
YARD. THE PRICE CAN'T BE BEAT... GREAT INVESTMENT... NOTHING TO
DO BUT MOVE IN... ASKING ONLY $164,900.00


GET SOME GROWING ROOM!!!
SELLER PAYING 3,000 IN BUYER'S CLOSING COSTS WITH FULL PRICE CONTRACT. 1/2
ACRE, THIS HOME IS MUCH BIGGER THAN IT LOOKS: 1,680 SF OF LIVING! NO HOME-
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, FENCED YARD, THIS 4 BDRM., 2 BA., IS SITUATED ON A COR-
NER LOT AND IS A BEAUTY... IMMACULATE CONDITION... FORMAL LIVING ROOM,
FAMILY ROOM HAS WOOD LAMINATED FLOORING, EAT IN KITCHEN, SPLIT BEDROOM
PLAN, INSIDE LAUNDRY, ALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES, WINDOW COVERINGS STAY...
STORAGE SHED IN BACK YARD, ALL OF THIS FOR ONLY $214,900.00


BE THE PROUD OWNER!!!
MAGAZINE PICTURE HOME...THIS YOU'VE GOT TO SEE... EXCELLENT BUY IN A
NEIGHBORHOOD OF MUCH HIGHER PRICED HOMES... IMMACULATE CONDI-
TION... IS THIS 3 BDRM., 2 BA., FORMAL LIVING ROOM, FORMAL DINING WITH
TRAY CEILING, ENTERTAINMENT SIZED FAMILY ROOM, BREAKFAST NOOK, MOD-
ERN KITCHEN, INSIDE LAUNDRY ROOM, MASTER BEDROOM WITH SPACE TO
SPARE, SCREENED PATIO, OVER 2,000 SQ.FT. OF LIVING... ASKING ONLY $339,900


FOR THE FAMILY THAT NEEDS SPACE!!!
ALMOST AN ACRE, PRIVACY FENCED BACK YARD WITH STATELY TREES AND NO
HOA!!! TAKE A LOOK AT THIS 3 BDRM., 2 BA., LIVING/GREAT ROOM WITH WOOD
BURNING FIREPLACE, DINING AREA, INSIDE LAUNDRY RM, MASTER BDRM HAS
SITTING AREA/WORKOUTAREA WITH WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE AND FRENCH
DOORS LEADING TO SCREENED PORCH. WALK TO THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL,
CLOSE TO 429, 408 & TURNPIKE. ASKING ONLY $329,900.


WINTER GARDEN POOL HOME SCREENED POOL HOME $289,000 OCOEE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
2002 built 4br/2ba comer lot home on a cul-de- North \ inter G.aden 3br/2ba with fenced ardJ F.Tl, t ...-, i' h.'Bed l.lmBi,Ln ,lr Irltt Ii.:.1 IH .
sac. Solar heated pool with spa plus Koi pond for kid~ to play in Great Iloor plan sih sauli- fl, y t., W -Tirrl, ' SELL'iR 'n--SilSTWiH
and herb garden. Optionto buyfully furnished. edceiling, andeat-in kchen iMust seetoap. BU1'EkS CLOISINGCOST ASKING $244,60Ui
Asiung $3.55.u000 prec 3e CALL NOW.
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Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
Lillian Feliciano 407-375-974 I
Ron Grant 407-468-2952
Paula Harriott 407-298-7750


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Ouida Meeks 407-491-3000
Carl Parker 407-484-5252
Illiana Ramos 407-832-9312
Mary Rich 407-291-6947


WINTER GARDEN CONDO $131,500
Seller to assist ibh buyers closing cost. 2br/2ba
sphi plan on 2nd floor with screened porch New-
er A/C, refngerator. r.uge and u.asher and dry -
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Bill Straugh 407-716-3010
Ralph Suggs 407-947-6188
Brenda Gooch Vander Pol
407-256-3704
Thelma Willis 352-406-9080


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DESIRABLE FOREST BROOKE This 5 BD, 3 BA beauty, next to park,
sports real wood cabinets w/granite countertops & stainless appli-
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$431,900
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ROMANTICS WANTED To move into this well maintained Victori- FORE ON THE 9TH FAIRWAY Rio Pinar Golf Course, canal frontage.
an Style Home. White picket fence, screened porch, corner lot and Screened Jacuzzi-pool, summer kitchen. Prof. designed home, down-
newer appliances. You will fall in love right away. ID=6690 stairs master, whirlpool bath. Crown molding, shutters, gourmet
$215,000 . kitchen, fireplace,-3 car garage, storage. Much more! ID=6955
Call 407-352-0520 . $749,000
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BETTER THAN NEW Gorgeous newly renovated 4 BD, 2 BA home
in Carillon Estates. Gourmet Kitchen w/ state of the art appliances,
Granite countertops & wood floors in family room. Screened porch
& fenced backyard. ID=2016
$332,600
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BRING YOUR GOLF CLUBS! Enjoy your golf front home within a sports
paradise, located on the 8th hole of this 18 hole prestigious course,
Gated community; impeccable 2 BD, 2 BA home with new roof and,
fresh paint. ID=7520
$264,500
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HUNTERS CREEK COMMUNITY Great open floor plan. Freshly IMMACULAlt 2-SRUKY HUME Master BU on i stIloor, Donus room
painted exterior, cathedral ceilings, garden tub w/large separate makes 4th BD in fairly new & spacious town home w/2.5 BA. High-
shower and so much more. Entire home on water filtration. Great ly desirable community w/lakes, ponds, walking trails & communi-
community & location. ID=7740 ty amenities. 2-car garage. 1D=5066
$285,000 $283,000
Call 407-354-1'060 Call 407-354-1060,


NEW WINTER PARK CONSTRUCTION Home in Mead Gardens NEW TOWN HOMES WINTER PARK,New construction in Mead
area. 4 BD, 2.5 BA w/formal living room & dining room, family room, Gardens area. 3 BD, 2.5 BA w/many upgrades, Granite counter tops;
bonus room, granite counter tops, molding, inside laundry , stainless stainless appliances, Maple cabinets, crown molding, Cat 5 wiring
appliances, and many upgrades. [D=9463 & 2 car garages. ID=9654
$459,900 $449,900
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ELtLJAN I LU1S UM UIL I UvIt 4 DU, 3 D/A pool nome on z.o.acres
in the center of Gotha. Gourmet kitchen, custom wood cabinets,
tray ceilings - just a few of the upgrades. ID=0649
$1,550,000
Call 407-352-0520


PRISTINE & PRESTIGIOUS! Circular drive & luscious landscape
preambles this home's pristine character. Screened enclosure captures
a huge pool w/waterfall, heated spa & Koi pond. Located in presti-
gious South Bay. ID=4511
$1,079,000
Call 407-354-1060


BEAUTIFUL 3 BU, 3 BA HOME! Pool home with large family room
& wood burning fireplace. Formal living room & dining. Master bed-
room has his & hers bathrooms. Builder's model home. ID=8613
$349,990
Call 407-352-0520


HAKBUK ISLE tiegant 3 oU,, 4 oA custom nome Oy iRegal Lassic
Builders with many extraordinary features. Enhanced lap pool with
spa, rec room, den, large studio, 3 car garage. ID= 2290
$1,249,000
Call 407-992-5030


SO CLOSE TO BUTLER CHAIN! Exquisite home, on large corner,
boasts upgrades such as a summer kitchen, sparkling pool & spa,'
fireplace, Jacuzzi & more. Private yet conveniently located to shop-
ping & major highways. ID=8806
$580,000
Call 407-354-1060


NEAR THE BUTLER CHAIN! Character is truly displayed in this home
loaded w/upgrades that include wood flooring, crown & rail mold-
ing, Corian counters, French doors & so much more. Community
pool, Playground, etc. ID=7660
$445,000
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LEESBURG 3/2 $164,900!
Plus $1,500 for Buyer closing cost
New on the market. Lagoon view home. Spacious and roomy 3br/2ba with lots of upgrades in-
cluding new roof, wood floors, berber carpet, kitchen appliances and screened in carport.
Windsor Realty 407-877-FIND Visit us online: www.findwindsor.com
FOR EAS


WINTER GARDEN
2br/2.5ba
Townhome - End Unit.
Fenced privacy area
with private screened
porch and patio.
Immediate occupancy.
$775/Mo.


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$439,500. MOTIVAT-
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