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Title: The West Orange times
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Winter Garden Times
Place of Publication: Winter Garden Fla
Publication Date: May 3, 2007
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New elementary
school named -
The Orange County School
Board chose the name Sun-et Park
Elementary for the Winder-
mere/WAhispenne Oak Relief El-
ementan last % eek. The school.
which is located at 12050 0%er-
street Road. Windermere, w% ill
open in August. The principal is
Carol Russ

Dinner auction for
Down Syndrome set
for Fri. at Camp Down
The Do%%n Svndrome Associ-
ation of Central Florida %% ill spon-
sor its annual dinner and auction
this Friday. NMay 4. beginning at
7:30 p m. at Orlando Utilities
Commission's Camp Dow\n Park
in Vv ndemrire.
The yearly funid-uijser. HooiaN
tor Hollxn ood, will feature a live
and silent auction Tickets ;ue $25
per person and include dinner.
open bar and entertainment. Tick-
ets can be purchased at the door.
For details, call the Do% n Svn-
drome Association at 407-540-
1121.

Boy Scouts present
Family Fest Sat.
The Rolling Hills District Boy
Scouts of America are putting on
a Fanuly Fe: .Lommuniri e'ent
this Saturday. Mla 5. from 10
a in to 3 p.m at ,i? First Baptist
Church of Winter t",,,.n
There %ill be demni straons
and exhibits conducted by pac,,s.
troops. crew s and posts in West
Orange and South Lake counties.
and theN will display many of the
Scouiine programs. The 3rd An-
nual Push-Cart DerbN ill also
take place
Also on hand m ill be Winter
Garden's Utilities and Fire de-
artnenLs, an opportunity for clhil-
ren to get an official identifica-
L\'on card. car seat safety. food for
sJie pro. ided b% the Lions Club
d a disc iockc.'

Tea on the Lawn to be
held at the Withers-
Maguire House
The Ocoee Historical Com-
mission will host its annual Tea
on the La%\ n under the camphor
tree on the grounds of the historic
Withers-Maguire House and Mu-
seum thus Saturday, May 5. from
3-5 p.m. On the menu, besides
tea. % ill be scones, clotted cream.
sand\% iches and desserts.
Tickets are $10 and ma\ be pur-
chased by calling 407-963-9588.

Gala for DPHS
Theater Magnet
is Saturday
The Dr. Phillips High School
Theater Magnet \\ ill host its sec-
ond annual Stars Gala and Silent
Auction this Saturda.y, May 5. at
6 p m. at the Orange Count. Con-
vention Center in the Linda
Chapin Auditorium.
The event will feature the Hall
of Fame inductions for talented
performers ho ha'e come out
of the DPHS magnet program
The festi' ides food and beverages
and an exclusive edition of Dis-
ney's High School NMusical. Tick-
ets are $50 per person and are
available at 407-355-3293.

Vision screenings
at W.G. Library n
The Winter Garden Librar. and t
Prevent Blindness Florida ha'e s
partnered to offer free \ vision
screenings Tuesday. Ma\ 8. The
screenings will be conducted front
4 30-6:30 p m Adults and chil- t
dren v. ith potential sion prob- i
lems ill be referred to ophthal-
mologists and optometrist. for di-
agnosis and treatment. Those in
need can obtain low- or no-cost
\ ision care through grants, dona-
tions and partnerships e
To register, call 4-Ut7-35-7481. t
Space is lIrated. The Winter Gar-
den branch is at 805 E. Plant Si i

Art Room plans
t
student art exhibit at r
Camp Ithiel this Fri. i
The An Room ill present its \
fourth annual student art show\ this c
Friday. Ma3 4, from 7 t30- 30 r
p.m. at Camp Ithiel. -
For details on the ehibit or Ait
Room classes, call 407-9019-1 .69 \
Camp Ithiel is located on Hempel
Avenue in Gotha.
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MSCW architects in C. ando prepared these architectural street elevations for the Main Street are located on the east side of Main Street between Fourth and Sixth avenues. The drawings
Shoppes project in Wi ermere. The 4 new structures (identified as buildings A -, B, C and D) also include the existing structures north of the intersection of Main Street and Fifth Avenue.


Winderm re residents invi ed to discuss Main Street development
-The Town Counci is The mailing included a site plan an total 19,480 square feet. The project's of the street. subject to nine conditions that are yet
looking for public inp t storefront elevations for the Verat a two-story buildings have a maximum The project is subject to a strict set to be ironed out, such as business op-
next Tuesday at Townut Partners project called the Main Sti eet height limitation of 35 feet and require of design guidelines developed by the rating hours and plans for stormwa-
next Tuesday at Town Shoppes. The plans and exhibit bo -ds four parking spaces per 1,000 square Long-Range Planning Committee and ter, waste water and sewage treatment.
Hall beginning at 7 p. were prepared by MSCW archite ts feet of building space, incorporated in the Planned-Unit-De- As proposed, the building space will
and will be on display at Town Hall at The property is owned by Kosta velopment Ordinance adopted by the be allocated to restaurant,
By Kathy Aber 6 p.m. to give citizens a chance to re Holdings (Kevin Azzouz) and in- council in 2004. This is the first pro- medical/dental office, retail and gen-
view them up close before the meet- cludes the Suzi Karr Realty office site, ject to be submitted under PUD ordi- eral office uses. There are no resi-
Windermere residents found a sp ing begins, the former Windermere Union Church nance, dential units.
cial issue of the Mere News in the 'This week, the large display boards property, the block behind the busi- The PUD requires a three-step ap- As part of the PUD process, a sec-
mailbox last week. The town newsler will be set up at the town offices for ness district on Oakdale Street from proval process for changes to proper- ond public hearing will be scheduled
ter invites them to participate in a pub further study. Fifth to Sixth avenues and several ad- ties in the district, and its design guide- no less than 30 days from the first
lic hearing next Tuesday, May 8, at 7 The Town Council has received a jacent properties on Main Street where lines regulate building types, archi- hearing to allow for more public input
p.m. to discuss a new look for the preliminary development plan for the he former dental office of Dr. Louis tectural features, business uses and before the council takes a final vote
downtown business district. The Towt project that encompasses four acres vriett and the old McMurtrey build- landscape and streetscape require- on the project.
Council scheduled the hearing to find in the downtown business district. g are located. The Oakdale Street ments. For more information, call the town
out what town residents, think ,f the The plan features four buildings of p operty will be used for parking with Windermere' s Development Re- office at 407-876-2563 or go to the
new buildings propose'd--.r'Main approximately 50,000 square feet that a landscape buffer between it and the view Board reviewed the project and town's Web site (www.town.winder-
treetill replace existing structures that r idential properties on the east side recommended it to the council in April mere.fl.us).


St. hns set to issue Lake Apopka water-withdrawal permit
S,-.-. The St. Johns River Water Man- future needs of other local govern- tention on conservation projects, stor-
agement districtt has issued a notice ments for surface water, age capabilities and redistribution of ex-
of intentior- to issue the controversial The city of Minneola has already isting reuse water such as that from
water withdrawal permit to the city of expressed an interest in withdrawing the Conserve II project. The letter also
Apopka T 's permit will allow the up to 20 million gallons a day from made it clear that no one should con-
Sci" r to w'hdr w up to five million gal- the lake. sider any surface water uses because
Ions per day frim Lake Apopka. The While the city of Apopka permit al- of the impacts on aquatic systems.
.... oe is expected to occur in the regu- lows an average of five million gal- (The district has already mandated ma-
lar meeting of thj SJRWMD Board of lons per day (1,825 million gallons per jor withdrawals from St. Johns River
Go ernors next'Tuesday, May 8, at 1 year), the municipality is allowed to and the Oklawaha).
p m iat the Palat a headquarters, take up to 12.5 million gallons per day "This is the beginning of a major
S: '.. .The Friends o Lake Apopka have with a limit of 325.5 million gallons per water war," Thomas said, "and we
S continued to objt to any surfAce wa- month. need firm, sc based policies i
ter withdrawals because of the poten- Because the alternative for using place to uatic systems.
tial impact on tle long-te- surface water is to use precious e urged to
-."tion of the lake snd th water, FOLA s suggest o Kirby
S marshe The lak: is which SJR
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rain ,age basin is relatively small, said north shore to collect stormwater for 1429, to sign petitions that will be for-
Jim Thomas. FOLA vice president, use when needed. warded to the Board of Governors and
making any lowering of the lake lev- In a letter to the district, Thomas has to attend the meeting in Palatka on
'-- i els a critical problem. Another con- summarizedthe organization'sobjec- May 8. Petitions are available at
L cern about this permit relates to the tions and urged the district to focus at- fola.org.


Oakland charter school adding

space in kindergarten, 2nd grade


By Amy Quesinberry


Photo by Michael Laval
Tiny Tots celebrate Arbor Day
Members of the Ocoee Parks and Recreation Department's Tiny Tots
preschool program helped city officials celebrate Arbor Day last week.
Parks Supervisor Mac Briley looks on as Brandon Steele pours fertil-
zer around a Japanese blueberry tree planted on the grounds of the
Withers-Maguire House and Museum near City Hall. ,


WG considering optional parking

fees for downtown businesses


By Michael Laval


Downtown Winter Garden busi-
nesses could soon choose to pay a fee
o the city rather than provide parking
spaces for its customers.
The City Commission voted at last
Thursday's meeting to approve the
irst reading of a proposed ordinance
hat would establish the optional park-
ng fee and a city-parking fund. The
ordinancee could be passed following a
public hearing at the May 10 com-
mission meeting.
The proposed ordinance would also
eliminate the need for new businesses
o seek a waiver of parking require-
ments from the city Planning and Zon-
ng Board.
"In the past, the city has been le-
nient in requiring parking in our his-
orical downtown area for new busi-
iesses relocating to an existing build-
ng," city Planning Director Ed
Williams wrote in his report to the
commission. "This has helped the city
e-establish its downtown but has uti-
ized much of our public parking."
In an effort to relieve downtown
Winter Garden's parking shortage, the
proposed ordinance is designed to en-
ure that new or expanding business-
es that cannot provide adequate on-
ite parking would bear a proportion-
ate share of the city's cost for buying
nd improving public lots.
If passed, downtown restaurants


would be required to provide one space
for every four patron seats. Each res-
idential unit would require two park-
ing spaces, and all other businesses
would need three spaces for each 1,000
square feet of gross space.
New or expanding downtown busi-
nesses that cannot provide adequate
parking would pay $7,000. The fee is
based on one-third the cost to provide
a typical parking space. Beginning Jan.
1, 2008, the fee would increase by 2.5
percent each year.
Money generated by the parking fee
would be placed in a Downtown Park-
ing District Trust Fund, which would
be used to acquire or construct off-
street parking lots, including the pos-
sible construction of a parking garage.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
passed an ordinance amending the
city's Comprehensive Plan to comply
with the Wekiva Parkway and Pro-
tection Act.
donated $400 to the West Orange
High School PTSA for its Challenge
Day event.
approved the Lake Robert's Land-
ing final plat and an environmental
contamination hold-harmless and in-
demnity agreement.
approved an emergency medical
services agreement with Orange Coun-
ty to receive five automated external de-

(See Winter Garden, 2A)


Classes aie full, and there's already
a % waiting list of students wanting to
get into Oakland Avenue Charter
School. But there's good news for the
parents of those who are kindergartners
and second-graders.
The list includes such a large num-
ber of children in these two grades
that school officials want to create two
more classrooms so a majority of them
can attend. Principal Marcia Cason,
was at last Tuesday's Town Com-
mission meeting to provide an update
on the school.
Jon VanderLey, the former Oak-
land mayor who spearheaded the drive
to bring a charter school into the town,'
attended the meeting to share the ex-
pansion plan. He said he is securing
funding with $2,000 already in
place for a modular building that
would house the media center. The
24-foot-by-60-foot library building
could be placed in between the school


and the Oakland Police Department,,
said VanderLey, who also serves on the
School Advisory Committee.
This would free up the space cur-
rently occupied by the media center,
and the large room could be recon-
figured for two classrooms.
The commission was in favor of the
plan and voted unanimously to move
forward with it.
"I would like to maximize the en-
rollment as much as possible," said
Mayor Kathy Stark.
As of April 24, Oakland Avenue
Charter had six full kindergarten class-
es, with 16 kindergartners on the wait
list, and four full second-grade class-
es, with 19 second-graders on the wait
list.
The school was originally built in
2003 to hold 700 students; but, said
Cason, with the state-mandated class-
size reduction rule, the school cannot
accommodate that many.
Commissioner Mike Satterfield,
who is the SAC chairman and liaison


to the Town Commission, said SAC
members agreed it was a good idea to
pursue.
VanderLey said the new facility
could be set up in a 45-day period.
The commission also decided, by
consensus, to pursue having Orange
County Public Schools amend the
school charter and get state approval
so the school can add a pre-kinder-
garten program, possibly for the 2008-
09 school year.
At its April 3 meeting, the SAC re-
viewed transportation issues and de-
cided that the school should provide
busing to all students living within a
five-mile radius. When the issue was
discussed at the Town Commission
meeting, the elected officials also
agreed to the five-mile radius. Cason
said there are 25 students living be-
tween two and five miles from the
school who rely on bus transportation;
20 live beyond that point.


(See Oakland, 2A)


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Courtesy of the West Orange Chamber of Commerce
Executive Centre breaks ground
Community leaders gathered at last week's ground-breaking ceremony for Winter Garden Executive Cen-
tre. The 3-story, 28,000-square-foot Class A office condo is being developed by Herlihy Development and
is scheduled for completion late this year. The building, located on South Dillard Street, will be home to a
mix of upscale offices and medical professional space. Helping break ground last week are (1-r) Commissioner
Bob Buchanan; Commissioner Harold Bouler; Debbie Vineyard; Anette Luck; builder Casey Herlihy; City Man-
ager Michael Bollhoefer; Christi Davis; Frank Gilbert, city human resources director; JoAnne Quarles-Sikes;
Shelly Weidenhamer, city economic development director; Chesta Hembrooke; and Joan Bailey.


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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 3, 2007


Obituarie


AUDREY MAY CRITTENDEN
BROWN, 77, Orlando died Saturday,
April 28. Memorial donations can be
made to the Church of the Messiah
Building Fund, 260 N. Woodland St.,
Winter Garden 34787. The funeral ser-
vice was set for this Wednesday, May
2, at 2 p.m. at Church of the Messiah,
Winter Garden, where she was a
member for 40 years.
JUNE ELIZABETH BROWN, 79,
Ocoee, died Sunday, April 29. She
was born in Lake Silkworth, Pa. She
was a secretary in the insurance field.
Survivors: brother, Jack (and Alberta)
Graham, Ocoee; nieces, Melanie Gra-
ham, Debbie Graham; nephew, Doug
Graham.
CLARA S. FARMER, 59, Orlando,
died April 18. She was an educator
and was named Orange County
Teacher of the Year in 1981. She start-


e mthe aiter -armer Le
ter on Hiawassee Road'
and disadvantaged stude
tion was held Friday at St
Church, Winter Garden.
Zanders Funeral Home
Greenwood Cemetery, Oi
ALMEETA H. HARTZOG
mont, died Saturday, April2
born in Alma, Ga., in 1921
to this area from Jacksonv
She was an active memi
Baptist Church Winderme
attended West Orange Bap
in Oakland. She served or
at Edgewood Children's I
volunteered as a "Pink La
Orange Memorial and S
Hospital, Clermont. Survi
band, William "Bill", son,
son; daughter, Mary Jo Gre
ers, Carl, Ed Herring; grand
Ron (and Peggy) Hall, Ca
Leigha, Lemmie Johnsc
granddaughters, Cadee H
Hall. The memorial serv
Thursday, May 3, at 11 a.
Baptist Church Windermer
al donations can be made to
ange Baptist Church, P.O
Oakland 34760; or Edgev
dren's Ranch, 1451 Edgewc
Road, Orlando 32835. A me
has been set up at www.r
Woodlawn Memorial Park a
al Home, Gotha.
ARTHANIEL JEFFERSON


W""now n sjolpoJip OApn
year. ,uopoofqo jo
In other b ,- suoziTio
cials: -- Jno OA
received an ,-onuor
Modesitt of Summit 1-roft
held a mandatory works
garding a Community ]
Block Grant the town r
town will use the funds
in federal money and $15(
ange County for rehab
on up to 13 homes in
cording to Town Mana
Rischitelli. If the work ne
the value of the home,
homeowner can opt to
rebuild. The goal is to fini
within 45 days and rebui
"We want to spend ev
we've been given for f
Mayor Stark.
The town has two year
grant money.
Residents with questik
the grant or who want an a
go to Town Hall or call 4
accepted an annual
$1,500 as a clothing allo
tectives with the Oaklai
apartment.
were reminded of:


ter Garden, died Saturday, April 28.
Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home,
Apopka.
THOMAS "DING DONG" JOHNSON,
72, Winter Garden, died April 22. Mar-
vin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apop-
ka.
ANDREA T. JOSEPH, 70, Gotha, died
April 23. A Community Funeral Home
& Sunset Cremations, Orlando,
ARTIS LINARD KENDRICK SR., 66,
Winter Garden, died April 19. Marvin
C. Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka;
Washington Park Cemetery, Orlando.
EARL L. KNEPP, 77, Seminole, died
Friday, April 27. Born in Allentown,
Pa., he grew up at the Hershey In-
dustrial School
and graduated
in the Class of


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April 23 whi e serving our country in
Iraq. He was born in Winter Garden.
Baldwin-Fairc hild Funeral Home,
Apopka.

SHIRLEY ELIZABETH McNABB, 53,
Winter Garden, die Wednesday, April
25. Dove Funeral l ome, Orlando.

DOROTHY VIRGINI PHILLIPS, 79,
Winter Garden, died .Fril 23. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Ho e, Apopka.

LENA PICCIAFOCO, 88, W iter Gar-
den, died Friday, April 27. Wo dlawn
Funeral Home, Gotha.
W t .
RUTH PUE, 90, Winter Garden, *ded
Friday, April 27. All Faiths Funeral 1-
ternatives and Cremation Service, 0
lando.


Armed robbery a
West Oaks Mall
On Monday, April 30,
ter noon, a black male s
preached a female from
she exited the West O
9401 W. Colonial Drive
The victim's purse was th
the robbery, according
lice.
The victim was unin
ran into a store, and Oct
responded.
After taking the victim
the suspect was observed
the passenger side of an o
el red, four-door vehicles
tinted windows. The v


arninguen- 1947. He -
for minority played profes- ZAHIA SANBAR SAADE, 82, Winter r. Phillips I n
ants. Visita- sional base- A W Phillips Inc. recently named
. Paul AME ball in the Mi- Garden, died April 24. American Fam- Ro ert L "Rob" Mellen ly, a ban
Marvin C. nor Leagues ily Funerals Cremations,Cassel- real estate and corporate law at-
, Apopka; as a pitcher berry. in real estate and corporate law at-
rlando. for the Brook- t. mey with Akerman Senterfitt, as
lyn Dodgers. M RAMON B. "RAY" SAWYER, 73, Ihe corporation's next president ef-
3, 85, Cler- He was then Ocoee, died April 24. Memorial con- an of the not-for-profit on, rghani-
28. She was called to serve tributions c an be made to the Disab led f the not-for-profit organi-
and moved in the U.S. tributions can be made to the Disabled zation, made the announcement.
ille in 1958. Army during the Korean War at Fort American Veterans. Woodlawn Memo- "Rob's decision to join Dr.
ber of First Bragg, rising to the rank of corporal. Af- rial Park and Funeral Home, Gotha. Phillips is a unique story in that we
re and also ter an honorable discharge, he moved are Akerman Senterfitt's oldest
)tist Church to St. Petersburg and became a union PAUL E. TROXEL, 81, Winter Gar- arclient and from therfitts oldef his
n the board electrician in the IBEW Local 308. He den, died Sunday, April 29. He was 33-year career at the outset of his
Ranch and retired after 43 years. He remained an born in Wakarusa, Ind., in 1925 an 33-year career at the firm, Rob has
dy" at both avid sports fan his entire life, playing moved to Florida from Northern, n worked with us on a regular basis
outh Lake baseball, tennis and, most recently, m and know us well," said Hinson,
ivors: hus- golf at least 4 times a week. Survivors: in 1961. He was retired from Union I "but most important to u is tha
Chip John- wife, Aurelia "Cricket"; sons, Wayne,. Co. He was preceded in death by h most important to us is tha
een; broth- Crystal River, Bruce, St. Petersburg; wife, Vera Self, and a brother, Euger e an individual of Rob's caliber wil
ndchildren, daughter, Cathy Knepp Sills, Ocoee; Troxel. Survivors: son, Randy W. S If, now be here to carry on the legacy
ara, Holly, stepson, Tim Gatzulis; 2 grandchil- Astor; granddaughter, Kristina s, f; 2 of the Phillips family and guid
on; great- dren; 2 great-grandchildren; 3 step- atranhilrs, Ma our business."
all, Janee grandchildren. Moss Feaster Funeral great-grandchildren; sistoo, Mary Mellen, who has been associa
ice is this Home,gLargo. Jane Mitchell, Denver, 'olo, Lois th asociarg
m at First omeRose, South Bend, Ind.; br other, Carl, with some of Florida's largest
e. Memori- LORRAINE DORA KRUSZESKI, 76, Union, Mich.; special frien and com- nancial transactions, has serve ast
o West Or- Winter Garden, died Thursday, April panion, Carol Drake, Win er Garden. managing shareholder of tw of
. Box 278, 26. Dove Funeral Home, Orlando. Memorial contributions c n be made Akerman Senterfitt's major offi es,
rood Chil- to the donor's favorite charity. The Orlando and Miami, has head dits
cod Ranch BILLIE LYNN LIVINGSTON, 67, died viewingisThursday,^rom- banking transactional practiceiand
morall site Saturday, April 28, of cancer. She was viewing is Thursday, child Funera been a iembero-o the fi m'sd
MeM.com. a former assistant principal at South- p.m at Baldwin-F childuneral has been a memberof the f '
and Funer- west Middle School. National Crema- Home, Winter Gard en. The funeral board of directors. D
tion Society, Oviedo. service is Friday, M ~y 4, at 11 a.m., I an y.ry humbled th Dt r.
also at Baldwin-Fail child. Interment .P,hitIIps would reach outsi e and
I, 77, Win- RANDELL T. MARSHALL, 22, died follows at Highland N emory Gardens. select me, the fist leader ho did
i:d not grow up as part of e sizable
Phillips'family,' to fill n and Jim sh
(Continued from frontpaarden shoes of Gene John carry on the R
? rPIilips family 1I cI y of service to to
agltrO Plosmnn I have always had
; "mlu this.ommunit iration and respect .r
'oo~ a ppe sou.h Htro-I deools Z1 ugh grant funds ., manization and "
10.110, OF` r..,otoHappynes.Qs q*oubmit a letter of inter0
s l. .1R..t Happyness. Lit a letter has meant to this commu s
poauaouooffi- approved the new lease agreement t0d '. JYohns River Water Manage- nity"
JOsaT- with the United States Postal Service ment District acknowledging the Johnson was Hinson's prede- -p
^ from Scott for $10,200 annually from Dec. 1, city's interest in evaluating the fea- cessor and served as Dr. Phillips' a
essionals, who 2008, to Nov. 30, 2013. sibility of an alternative surface wa-
op April 23 re- approved spending approximately ter supply. ,I \ 1 \1
Development $20,000 from fire impact fee funds for appointed Commissioner Bob
received. The an adjustable water valve at Oakland Buchanan to fill the seat vacated by
- $600,000 Avenue Industrial Park. former Commissioner Theo Graham WWW.W w tim es.corn
0,000 from Or- passed the first reading of an ethics on the Ocklawaha River Basin Ad-
ilitation work ordinance that stipulates elected officials visory Board.


Oakland, ac-
iger Maureen
needed exceeds
she said, the
demolish and
ish rehab work
lds within 90.
'ery dime that
homes," said
*s to spend the
ons regarding
application can
07-656-1117.
al stipend of
wance for de-
nd Police De-

Movie Night


cannot accept gifts from any individ-
ual or business, cannot accept cam-
paign contributions from individuals
or businesses with pending business
before the commission and can only
accept a maximum campaign contri-
bution of $100 per person. The second
reading and public hearing is set for
the May 8 regular commission meeting.
listened as Mayor Stark read two
mayor's proclamations declaring April
23-29 Community Development Week
and April 23 Earth Day.
approved spending $1,000 out of the
Contingency Fund to help Commis-
sioner Joseph McMullen get started on
his Juneteenth cultural arts event. Mc-
Mullen said that as sponsorship funds
come in, the $1,000 will be deposited
back into the Contingency Fund.


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ERRY ANDERSON

Yalencia to graduate
4,925 this month
On May 5, a total of 4,925 graduates
will receive their associate degrees as
Valencia Community College cele-
brates its 38th spring commencement
at the Silver Spurs Arena in Kissim-
mee.
" This year's keynote address will be
given by Kerry Anderson, who was
famed the Distinguished Graduate for
the 2006-07 graduating class. She has
accumulated numerous academic
awards and honors, from being on the
National Dean's List two years in a
row to being a 2006 nominee for the
All-USA Academic Team.
Because of her "No Pet Left Be-
hind" campaign, legislation at the state
level was crafted to protect and provide
pet-friendly shelters in the event of a
large-scale disaster in Florida. Va-
lencia students can also breathe a lit-
tle easier thanks to her efforts to
institute a' no-smoking policy in the
campus breezeways.
Unlike most Valencia students, An-
derson did not follow the traditional
high school path to college. Raised by
a single mother who worked as a
cross-country truck driver, she would
spend several weeks of every month
on the road with her mom, who tu-
tored her in the cab of their truck. An-
derson said her mother continues to
be her biggest inspiration, having
taught her to believe in herself and
that anything was possible.
' As she leaves Valencia, Anderson
plans to pursue a degree in govern-
ment from Georgetown University
and enter politics as a campaign man-
ager or advisor.
Commencement exercises will take
place at 10 a.m. this Saturday. Dur-
ing its 40-year history, VCC has
helped more than 79,300 people at-
tain a college degree. Currently, Va-
lencia is ranked second in the nation
among,colleges and universities in the
number of Associate of Arts and As-
sociate of Science degrees awarded.

Service of prayer and
healing at Camp Ithiel
New Covenant Church of the
Brethren has scheduled its monthly
service of prayer and healing for Sun-
day, May 6, at 7 p.m. Persons of all
faith traditions are invited to partici-
pate in the service that combines tra-
ditional liturgy with a time for testi-
monies and prayer requests.
Prayers are offered for the healing
of body, mind, spirit and relationships.
Anointing is available on request.
The service will take place in the
chapel at Camp Ithiel, 2037 Hempel
Ave. in Gotha.
For more information, call Pastor
Stephen Horrell at 407-375-1617.

Smoke detectors
available from OFD
I The Ocoee Fire Department's Ful-
ty Involved Program offers and in-
stalls smoke detectors and carbon
monoxide doctors to city residents free
of charge.
I For more information, contact Di-
vision Chief Butch Stanley at 407-
905-3140.


The Doug Cloud and the County Line Bluegrass Band (1-r): Randall Screws, Tray Merrick, Cloud, Elise
LeCompt and Bill Britton.


Magnolia Park Bluegrass Festival
Everyone is invited to the 8th An- Performances by County Line,
nual Orange County Parks and Moonlite Express, New River Blue-
Recreation Magnolia Park Bluegrass grass, Confetti, Pine Creek, and the
Festival this Saturday, May 5, from Porchdogs begin at 10 a.m. Other
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The park is locat- highlights include children's activi-
ed at 2929 S. Binion Road in Apop- ties, craft vendors and wildlife ex-
ka. hibits.


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Admission is free with a donation
of two canned goods, which will be
donated to Second Harvest of Cen-
tral Florida. Everyone should bring
a lawn chair.
For more information, call 407-
886-4231.


Garden Theatre receives highest arts grant score ever


The Winter Garden Heritage Foun-
dation announced a landmark achieve-
ment last week when the Garden The-
atre was awarded the highest grant
score ever given to an arts organization
and $250,000 in funds by Orange
County.
WGHF received a 98.7 out of a pos-
sible 100 points, beating its previous top
score, which earned $500,000 for the
Garden Theatre restoration project a
year ago.
To date, the project has been grant-


Bereavement support
at St. Pauls in Ocoee
VITAS Innovative Hospice Care
offers bereavement support groups to
anyone who has experienced the loss
of a loved one. These groups offer un-
derstanding, useful information and
sharing with others who are grieving.
An ongoing general grief support
group is held Mondays from 6:30-8
p.m. at St. Pauls Presbyterian Church,
9600 W. Colonial Drive in Ocoee.
This group is led by staff from VI-
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The Garden Theatre is located in
downtown Winter Garden on Plant
Street. The former single-screen theater
is being transformed into a showplace
for live theater, dance and music, cin-
ema viewings, various community
events and educational programs.
The grand opening and dedication is
scheduled for March 1.


The WGHF Capital Campaign has
inspired a groundswell of support from
the community and has raised
$2,091,748 of its $2.8 million goal.
Key to reaching this goal is the con-
tinued outpouring of support from the
community and the success of the May'
12 family movie night.
To aid the theater in reaching the
campaign goal or to participate in the
upcoming event, contact Alauna
McMillen, general manager, at 407-
401-8660 or alauna@wghf.org.


He Ilth Central has volunteer openings
HeXkth Central Auxiliary in Ocoee Orientation and training are pro-
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The City of Ocoee Redistricting
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view and discuss the redistricting op-
tions for the City Commission voting
districts. A public hearing will be held
on these districts Thursday, May 17,
at 6 p.m. and will be televised on the
city's cable station, Channel 21.
After reviewing population, growth
trends, demographics and other data,
the Redistricting Commission will
present three different options de-
signed to balance the population in


the four commission districts. The
maps that will be presented can be
viewed in advance online at
www.ocoee.fl.us by clicking on the
"Redistricting Commission Options"
link on the home page or by visiting
the city clerk's office at Ocoee City
Hall, 150 N. Lakeshore Drive.
Persons with disabilities needing
assistance to participate in this meet-
ing should contact the city clerk's of-
fice 48 hours in advance of the meet-
ing at 407-905-3105.


Health Central offers community
'Escape School' to ensure child safety


Health Central has partnered with
Dignity Memorial Escape School to
offer a one-hour instructional course
that teaches parents and children safe-
ty awareness.
The course is offered Monday,
May 14, in the Garden Grille at
Health Central at 6:30 p.m. A parent
must be present with any child at-
tending. There is no admission fee,
but parents must RSVP by Wednes-
day, May 9, since space is limited.
The school is an abduction pre-
vention program, sponsored nation-


ally by the Dignity Memorial net-
work of funeral, cremation and ceme-
tery providers. Locally, it's sponsored
by Cary-Hand Cox Embalming.
The program empowers children
and their parents by providing them
with ways to recognize, avoid or es-
cape potentially dangerous situations.
The instructor for the evening will
be Lauren Procell of Dignity Memo-
rial.
To RSVP, call Cynthia West at
407-253-7830 or Judy Szuder at 407-
296-1086.


'Living with Asthma Nights' to be held in May
Allegy and asthma specialists, Children's Clinic in Orlando. All
along with the American Lung As- events will be held from 5:30-7:30
sociation, will host educational sem- p.m. and are free to the public.
inars entitled "Living with Asthma Dr. Jose Arias will lead the events
Nights" to promote a healthier, more on May 3 and May 10, and Dr. Floyd
productive lifestyle for children and Livingston will lead the May 29
adults with asthma. event.
The events will be held Thursday, For more information or to RSVP,
May 3, at Health Central medical cen- contact the American Lung Associa-
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Florida Hospital in Altamonte Springs www.lungfla.org. Reservations are
and Tuesday, May 29 'at Nemours needed four days prior to the event.


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Opinion


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Letters to the editor


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Old Times


Editor:

Jim Thomas's editorial in last week's West Orange
Times regarding water withdrawal permits for Lake
Apopka should have raised a red flag for every resident
of West Central Florida. Lake Apopka has been a con-
troversial issue for many years, dating back to the es-
tablishing of the Zellwood Farm District, which was al-
lowed to pollute the lake with farm run-off nutrients.
After lobbying the state government and much hard work
by grassroots organizations such as FOLA, legislation was
passed and millions of dollars were spent to buy out the
farm district and begin the lake clean-up.
As a result, the quality of the water has greatly im-
proved, so much so that property around Lake Apopka
has reached premium proportion, i.e. Bella Collina and
others. We have come too far to "throw in the towel."
Now city growth of Winter Garden, Clermont and
Apopka and residential developments are making huge
demands on the water from Lake Apopka. The Orlando
', Sentinel published a very informative series of articles
pointing out just how fragile Lake Apopka is and how
dependent the biological and ecological environments
are on preserving and keeping the quality of lake water.
Make no mistake about it. If drawing surface water from
our natural lake systems is allowed by cities with the


By Anne Bailey

The death last week of renowned cellist Mstislav
Rostropovich brought back memories of our own spe-
cial cellist, the late William "Bill" Malchik of Subur-
ban Shores on Lake John.
Rostropovich, a native Russian, was considered one
of the greatest cellists of all times, and as we read and
, listened to the acclaim of such notables as Yo-Yo Ma,
we had to say a few words about "our" cellist.
Malchik was raised in the New York area in a Czech-
Hungarian family, which meant he grew up with a "fid-
dle" in his hand, and he became a gifted violinist.
His careers in Manhattan may not have been musi-
cally related but he was never far from his "fiddle."
For several years he was a mounted police officer and,
at one time, his beat included Times Square and 51st
Street where My Fair Lady was playing. The musi-
cians stayed at the theater between matinee and evening
performances, and Malchik started hanging around be-
tween his breaks. When they asked him if he could
play, he pulled off his Sam Browne belt, his gun and
his tunic and borrowed a violin. The chorus girls all
gathered around and applauded the cop on the beat.
An Irish cop yelled from his horse, "Hey BEE-thoven
(pronounced as an insect) and the name stuck.
Ultimately, Malchik was attracted to the Orlando
area with an opportunity for a chair with the Florida


District the state district "appointed" to manage the
quality of water in the best interest, of all residents -
then as Thomas said, "...this will compromise the long-
term restoration of Lake Apopka, will set a dangerous
precedent and will be difficult to control once initiat-
ed."
Residents need to be concerned that the recreational
potential for the lake will not happen.
Protecting Lake Apopka for its wildlife, natural plants,
educational opportunities, family recreation and fishing
enjoyment will have to bethe responsibility of every in-
dividual residing in the area and should be a big priori-
ty for local city governments. Bigger and more devel-
opment should not be allowed at the expense of our most
valuable natural resources. Please don't let big money win
this battle. Please use the FOLA form used in last week's
West Orange Times to petition the St. Johns River Wa-
ter Management District, fill it out and return it to FOLA.
This will be an investment of your time that will pay
great dividends for the future of your children and their
children. Do it today!
Perhaps The West Orange Times would consider print-
ing the same form again this week for those who missed
it or didn't take the time to fill it out and return it last week.
Barbara Pennington


Symphony Orchestra, and he became first violinist.
So for a man with a life-long love affair with the vi-
olin, where, you may ask, does the cello come into the
picture? On a fateful day in 1985, Malchik was on his
way to Orlando on Highway 50 when his car was struck
and demolished by another vehicle pulling out of the
Piggly-Wiggly Shopping Center. The resulting multi-
ple fractures of his left shoulder meant that he. would
never be able to play his beloved violin again.
"The accident did more than break my shoulder,"
said Malchik. "It bent my heart."
He was not a man who gave up easily, so he took up
the cello. But could he find happiness with it? Malchik
cradled the more cumbersome instrument fondly and
said, "I love it!" He laughed good-naturedly and said,
"It fits my shape better.
There were no more concerts with the Florida Sym-
phony Orchestra that he had enjoyed so much, and
mastering the cello was hard work, but Malchik took
on the challenge and made a new life for himself. He
became well-known in West Orange, an active mem-
ber of the Arts and Historical Association, in demand
for numerous musical events and "jamming" with oth-
er musicians. He affectionately called his cello his "fid-
dle" just as he had his violin.
Bill Makchik may not have been quite as renowned
as Rostropovich, but in these parts, he is "our cellist"
and is fondly remembered.


65 years ago
President Roosevelt has proposed that the net income
of any individual be limited to $25,000 a year after tax-
es. He described the program as one of "equality of priv-
ilege" for all Americans in bearing the burdens of total
war.
A Navy Relief dance is being given at the City Audi-
torium. According to Mayor Frank Roper, the dance will
be one of the most outstanding social events of the sea-
son.
The senior patrol of the Girl Scouts of Winter Garden
went on a primitive camping trip. The campsite was lo-
cated on Lake Butler at Mayor Roper's camp, although
the Scouts slept on the ground. Some of the girls com-
plained of mosquito bites and slept inside the second
night.

60 years ago
The Winter Garden Rotary Club was host to the Lake-
view High School senior class. Honored guest Mrs. J.S.
Kirton closing her 32nd year as principal of the school
with a record class of 52 members, was seated at the
speaker's table with Rotary President C.O. McRae..
To complete the recreation facilities for the entertain-
ment of tourists visiting Winter Garden, interested citi-
zens are planning to resurrect the West Orange Golf Club
and recondition the nine-hole course located on the old
Avalon Highway.
Dr. Frederick H. Kunzig, dental surgeon from Read-
ing, Pa., has moved to Winter Garden to practice dentistry


and has opened his office in the Medical Center on North
Boyd Street.

35 years ago
Lining up for a final rehearsal of the ski show set for
the Sportsmen's Club were Windermere Wake Watch-
ers Kayla Smith, Kay Geitgey, Diane Geitgey, Jennifer
Powell and Keeley Powell.
Trinity Prep baseball star Bob Ficquette of Winter
Garden has pitched two no-hit games in the past two
weeks and has been a big factor in the Saints clinching
the Class A, District 5 championship.
Newspaper owners from all over Florida are gathering
right here in West Orange County as the Florida Press As-
sociation holds its annual spring convention at the Walt
Disney World Contemporary Hotel. A highlight will be
"Impressions of China," a panel discussion by journal-
ists who accompanied President Nixon on his recent trip.

25 years ago
Marjorie Masson of Windermere has been named pres-
ident of the Orlando Opera Company.
The $25,000 award for outstanding community ser-
vice was given to the Christian Service Center at the
Walt Disney World Community Service Awards lun-
cheon. Other winners included ADDitions of Orange
County, Edgewood Boys Ranch and BETA. Barbara
Roper, chairman of the committee of judges, presented
a special plaque to WDW for the company's generous
awards over the past decade.


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Business


Tijuana Flats turns up heat for Cinco de Mayo fiesta


Tracy and Alan Dulieu of Clermont are the owners of The Maids Home
Services, a residential cleaning franchise that opened recently in Win-
ter Garden.

New business made to clean
West Orange County homes


Clermont residents Alan and Tracy
Dulieu recently purchased The Maids
Home Services, a residential clean-
ing franchise that specializes in clean-
ing for health.
The new office is located at 12299
W. Colonial Drive in Winter'Garden
and will serve all of West Orange
County plus parts of Orlando and
Lake County. '
Alan Dulieu, a former vice presi-
dent of investments at Prudential
Bache Financial Limited, will oversee
employee and customer relations at
Maids. His wife, Tracy, whose back-
ground is in charity work, will serve
as general manager.
"The Maids Home Services will
provide the healthiest, most thorough
clean available in Central Flordia,"
Alan said.- "We are ready to instill
The Maids as a household name."
In preparation of their grand open-
ing, the Dulieus spent nearly'two
weeks completing an extensive ad-
ministrative and technical training
program at The Maids Home Ser-
vices' corporate headquarters in Om-
aha, Neb.
The company, Alan said, uses its
exclusive 22-Step Healthy Touch
Deep Cleaning System to provide cus-
tomers with cleaner, healthier homes
by using environmentally preferable
cleaning products and state-of-the-art
equipment. Maids, he added, uses its


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There's no doubt about it-in the eyes
of prospective homebuyers, the kitchen is
one of the most important rooms in the
whole house. Competitive sellers will take
a careful look at how they can make their
kitchen a real asset when preparing to list
the home for sale.
Your kitchen doesn't need state-of-the-
art appliances to be attractive. The first
step toward enhancing your kitchen's ap-
peal is a thorough cleaning. This includes
the walls, cabinets (inside and out), floors,
and appliances: Keep the counter tops as
clear as possible of kitchen equipment,
family clutter and food-preparation uten-
sils. Be sure to keep the kitchen sparkling
when the house is being shown: this means
no dirty dishes in the sink!
Next, consider low-cost improvements
that can make a big difference, such as ap-
plying a fresh coat of paint, installing new
countertop surfaces or replacing the fad-
ed linoleum floor covering with new tile
or hardwood. This extra effort will pay
great dividends!
If you would like to talk further about buy-
ing or selling real estate, please contact
Libby Tomyn CRS at Century 21 Profes-
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filtration that can capture up, to 99
percent of all dust, allergens, bacteria,
pet dander, pollen and other pollu-
tants.'
The Maids Home Services employs
professionally uniformed and trained
four-member cleaning teams who ar-
rive at customers' homes in the com-
pany'.s signature yellow cars. Each
team is supervised by a leader who
ensures the home is cleaned to The
Maids Home Services' standards of
quality and excellence.
The company's team members are
bonded and insured and, Alan said,
all services are backed by a 100 per-
cent satisfaction guarantee.
For more information, call 407-
574-3051 or log onto
www.maids.com.


By Mindy Carstensen
The West Orange Times intern

Cinco de Mayo has always been
a day to look forward to for anyone
who is familiar with Mexican cul-
ture.
The holiday, widely celebrated
in the United States and Mexico, is
a day in commemoration of Mexi-
co's victory over France in 1862.
In particular, the Tex-Mex restau-
rant Tijuana Flats, located in Win-


ter Garden at 13770 W. Colonial
Drive, throws an enormous block
party consisting of food, drinks and
entertainment.
"Our Cinco de Mayo celebration
gives us a chance to reach out to
people who have never experienced
Tijuana Flats before," explained
Michelle Dimzon, general manag-
er of the Winter Garden Tijuana
Flats. "It's also a great opportunity
for our regular guests to come to-
gether and celebrate a fun holiday."


Children of all ages, Dimzon
added, are welcome to come and
have their faces painted, get air-
brushed tattoos and have balloon
animals made by two clowns who
will be'present for the celebration.
The festivities begin this Satur-
day at noon and last until 11 p.m.
Guests will enjoy special drink
prices, karaoke, raffles every half-
hour and prizes, including hot
sauce, Tijuana Flats gear and other
treats.


Oakland Park certified as area's first 'green development'


Castle & Cooke announced last
week that its latest development,
Oakland Park est. 1844, has been
certified as a "green development"
by the Florida Green Building Coali-
tion (FGBC). This is the first com-
munity in Central Florida to ever re-
ceive the designation, according to
FGBC records.
Every home built in Oakland Park
will also be certified as "green,"
which reflects the development's
commitment to standards designed
to create a sense of community, con-
nect neighborhoods, preserve open
space, protect the natural ecosystem
and maximize energy efficiency.
Oakland Park's pledge to a green fu-
ture has been written into the com-
munity's covenants and deed re-
strictions.
Formal recognition of the green
development certification took place
at last Thursday's Winter Garden
City Commission meeting. Oakland
Park, located on the south shore of
Lake Apopka, resides within both
Winter Garden and the town of Oak-
land.
The green certification program is
a voluntary process that documents
and verifies a community's com-
mitment to environmental steward-
.ship, said FGBC board member Rob
Vieira. The FGBC's evaluation pro-
cess awards points for amenities such
as wildlife habitat preservation,
"green" traffic patterns, drought-re-
sistant landscaping and more.
"Communities that achieve this
designation demonstrate a commit-
ment to sound principles in a spec-
trum of areas that relate to environ- .
mental benefits," said Vieira. "Oak-


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Borrow Against Your House to Invest?
My experience is that most Boomers who have wealth have it in their retire-
ment plan and in their home equity. There is now a cottage industry springing
up tempting people to borrow against their home equity and invest the money
in securities. If you look hard you will find books and magazine articles telling
you that having a paid off home is old fashioned and a backwards way of
thinking.
Now, I'll admit, when it comes to money, I am "old school" and I have a
deep seated belief that your home is your home and you should get it paid for,
in fact, I like to see people buy their homes on the 100% down plan whenever
possible. I understand the argument that says that yes, your house is going to
go up in value whether it has a mortgage or not, so why send the money to the
bank? And, for some people, the idea of having the tax breaks of a mortgage
while having enough money to pay off your mortgage in another account is
good financial planning but, the idea of borrowing against home equity to in-
vest in stocks is not something that most mortals should try at home.
In theory, the idea of getting an interest only mortgage at 3% and making an
easy 12% on your investments is a lay up. But, the thing is, many interest only
mortgages only require you to pay 3% but are incurring much higher interest
charges (like 8%) that you pay sometime later. But, even if you are willing to
borrow money at a given rate to risk that you can earn more at a higher rate,
you are still putting your house at risk here! Securities carry risk, there is no
guarantee that you will not lose money in any security, we grew up thinking
companies like Kodak and General Motors were the blue-ist of blue chips.
My advice to most clients is to figure out a strategy to pay for your home,
not to borrow against it. I don't want to have to ever make the phone call that
goes something like this, "The market has crashed the last two weeks, as you
know, and you might have to sell your house, no, I think YOU need to explain
that to your wife!"
Some "old school" ideas still make sense, you evaluate risk, you live within
your means and you take good care of your money. Investing is a long term
process; speculation is something that most people can-not afford to do. If in-
vesting was as easy as some people would lead you to believe, everyone
would be Warren Buffet!
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land Park has been sensitive to the
restoration of Lake Apopka and the
lake shoreline. The developer has
also demonstrated a commitment to
create a mixed-use, pedestrian-
friendly community that will reduce
the use of fossil-fueled transporta-
tion."
John Rinehart, vice president of
Castle & Cooke Florida, said that
achieving the green development
designation requires more than a doc-
umented commitment to environ-
mental protection.
"It's a mind-set," Rinehart said.
"We have tried to build green prin-
ciples and green thinking into Oak-
land Park's DNA. It's not only a
commitment on our part, but ulti-
mately, it's going to be a commit-
ment on the part of our residents who
will make their homes here."
Only green homes will be built in
Oakland Park, requiring builders to
document that each house has the
level of environmentally friendly fea-
tures required by the FGBC.
Castle & Cooke Homes, one of
four builders in Oakland Park, will of-
fer home buyers performance-engi-
neered air conditioning systems; en-
ergy efficient, double-paned win-
dows; tankless water heaters and next
generation foam insulation. The
community's other three builders -
Bradford Building, Brentwood Cus-
tom Homes and Goerhing & Mor-
gan each will offer a unique pack-
age of features to achieve green cer-
tification.
Site development of Oakland Park
began last fall; The 258-acre project
will ultimately contain 750 residen-
tial units, 35,000 square feet of


neighborhood retail services, addi-
tional civic facilities and a marina.
Prices in Oakland Park will begin
in the $400s. The sales center is
scheduled to open in June.
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NAI Realvest
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warehouse
NAI Realvest in Maitland
recently negotiated a new
lease agreement for 3,750
square feet of warehouse
and distribution space at
890 Carter Road at the
Carter Commerce Center in
Winter Garden.
Michael Heidrich, a prin-
cipal at NAI Realvest ne-
gotiated the transaction rep-
resenting the landlord,
Small Bay Partners of Mait-
land. The new tenant is
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Winter Garden


two-story-tall, inflatable screen with
state-of-the-art outdoor sound equip-
ment.
Sponsorship support is available by
calling 407-401-8660. Thirty-, 60- or
90-second ads will be played prior to
the film and are $250, $500 or $750.
For $2,500, inaugural sponsors can
be listed in advertising and promo-
tions and will be displayed on the mar-
quee.
The Garden Theatre opens in early
2008.


Kiwanis member speaks to club
Philip Loiacono (at right), a member of West Orange Kiwanis, was the
group's speaker last week and discussed the subject of caregiving. His
daughter has been disabled for 17 years, and he and his wife have de-
veloped many attitudes and procedures that work well for them. Loia-
cono gave hints on how to best handle certain situations, and many of
the suggestions were applicable in caring for the elderly as well. With
the speaker is Kiwanis President Lenny Stark. The club meets week-
ly at the Winter Garden IHOP. Visitors are invited to join members for
breakfast. For more information, call Pat Foreman at 407-293-6101.


Weight-loss
program debuts
at fitness center
The Winter Garden Fitness Center
is hosting a six-week weight-loss pro-
gram with both a personal trainer and
a weight-loss coach. Training runs
from May 5 to June 16 from 10 a.m.
to noon. Space is limited to 12 par-
ticipants.
Attendees can learn how to gain
control of their thoughts, how to eat
right and set realistic goals and self-mo-
tivation.
The center is at 18 N. Boyd St.-To
register or for more information, call
407-656-1010.


Eating to feel
and look better
Dr. Jennifer Bourst will present a
workshop that will teach participants
what common foods are poisonous
for their bodies and can lead to fa-
tigue, digestive trouble, illness, dis-
ease, hormonal problems and weight
gain. She will also share what foods
are best and promote increased ener-
gy, productivity and weight loss.
The class will be held at the Down-
town Herb Shoppe & Day Spa, 33 S.
Main St., Winter Garden, this Satur-
day, May 5, from 10-11 a.m. Call
407-654-4506 to reserve a seat.


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in downtown Winter Garden


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The Winter Garden Heritage Foun-
dation is bringing movies back to
downtown Winter Garden after more
than 40 years.
This Garden Theatre Starlite Movie
Night set for May 12 and billed as
a "drive-in lawn chair event" is
free, and the evening will include Sno-
Kones, popcorn and cotton candy.
Families are invited to watch the PG
film Night at the Museum with Ben
Stiller, Owen Wilson and Dick Van
Dyke. It will be shown at 8 p.m. on a


Scouts

presenting

Family Fest

The Rolling Hills District
Boy Scouts of America are
putting on a Family Fest this
Saturday, May 5, from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at the First Baptist
Church of Winter Garden.
Family Fest provides an op-
portunity for Scouts to demon-
strate to parents, friends and
the community why Scouting
is considered the best training
ground for youth. There will be
demonstrations and exhibit
conducted by packs, troops,
crews and posts in West Or-
ange and South Lake counties.
This communitywide event
is centered around fun for the
family and displays many of
the Scouting programs, which
promote character develop-
ment, citizenship training and
physical and mental fitness.
The 3rd Annual Push-Cart
Derby will also take place.
Also on hand will be the
Winter Garden Utilities De-
partment with water conser-
vation ideas, FLOW for chil-
dren ages 5 and up to get an
official identification card for
$5 (students will need a So-
cial Security number and birth
certificate), a local police
agency with car seat safety,
the Winter Garden Fire De-
partment, a special Scout
memorabilia display, food for
sale provided by the Lions
Club, a live disc jockey and
more.
The Rolling Hills District is
made up of 1,014 youth in the
area and hundreds of adult
volunteers.



Alzheimer's support
group at HCP
Health Central Park in Winter Gar-
den is holding an Alzheimer's sup-
port group meeting, every second
Thursday of the month. Refreshments
are provided.
Anyone interested -in joining this
support group or for more informa-
tion can call Phyllis Tyson at 407-296-
1655. HCP is at 411 N. Dillard St.

Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1/2 tied. L. and T. Saulino, D.
Parrish-J. Mitchell 3. T. Britt-M.
Brown 4. J. J. and G. Woltman 5. M.A.
Kalish-J. Schweiger; E-W: 1. V.
Oberaitis-J. Muzeni 2. M. Guthrie-J.
Burkhardt 3. D. Carty-I. Jett 4. J. and
J. Dortu 5. E. and T. Quinn.


FUMC is top team for church league
The First United Methodist team came in 1st in the church league during the Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment's Polar Bear softball season. Players include, I-r: front, Pastor Rusty Belcher, Greg Prince, John
Claflin, Keith Reynolds, Dahrmen Setaram, Jim Zurbey; back, Walt Cordell, Brett Claflin, Glenn Cordell, Joe
Richards, Steve Strayhorn and Norm Anthony. Not pictured: Andy Brooks.


Bloodmobile
coming to HCP
Florida's Blood Centers will have
its Bloodmobile at Health Central Park
on Friday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to
noon. The community is being asked to
donate blood.
HCP is at 411 N. Dillard St., Winter
Garden. For details, call 407-296-1600.


City planning
landscape seminar
The city of Winter Garden is plan-
ning a landscape seminar for May 12,
presented by the award-winning Flori-
da Yards and Neighborhoods pro-
gram, at 9 a.m. at Little Hall.
For details, call 407-654-2732 or
go to www.wintergarden-fl.gov.


Register for Winter Garden rec's summer camp
The city of Winter Garden's sum- is limited. Camp is Monday through
mer day camp program through the Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Recreation Department is for children The cost is $75 per week for the first
ages 5 (must have completed kinder- child, $60 for the second child and $45
garten) to 13. The camp is only open to for each additional. Call the rec office
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Day of Giving
planned at Maxey
Community Center
The 4th Annual Day of Giving will
be held at the Maxey Community Cen-
ter in Winter Garden on Saturday,
June 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
purpose is to provide valuable re-
sources to the community, such as free
haircuts, health information, screenings,
clothing and non-perishable food
items.
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 In-
ternational Church of Faith and Or-
ange County.
For more information, call Pedro
Diaz at 407-836-2551.

W.G. Rec offers
summer jobs
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. Apply in person at
Winter Garden City Hall or online at
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Top men's league
The softball champions of the Winter Garden Recreation Department's Polar Bear men's league are, I-r:
kneeling, Walt Cordell, Glenn Cordell, Keith Reynolds, Greg Prince; standing, Rich Rosenheimer, John
Claflin, Dahrmen Setaram, .Mike Kocher, Joe Richards and Steve Strayhorn. Not pictured: Brett Claflin,;
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Delmar Johnson takes a break from politics to pose for a picture with
members of Centre For Dance and the Performing Arts who traveled
to Tallahassee to celebrate Arts Day.


CDPA dancers celebrate

Arts Day in Tallahassee


Nine students at Centre For Dance
and the Performing Arts took an im-
promptu advocacy trip to Tallahassee
last month. The trip was planned
around Florida Arts Day, and the idea
was sparked when CDPA owner
Kathryn Austin attended Arts Advo-
cacy Day in Washington, D.C., in ear-
ly March.
CDPA has the first private studio
chapter to be established of the Na-
tional Honor Society for Dance Arts.
Chapter 13 is composed of nearly 20
future leaders who balance their lives
between the arts and academia and
excel in both.
Traveling to Tallahassee were Jen-
nifer Armbruster, Ellen Brown, Kristie
Crawford, Molly House, Kathryn
Keating, Emily Parker, Rachel Sharp,
Caitlin Snelson and Holly Warr. They
were accompanied by Austin and As-
sistant Director Jamie Johnson.
Johnson's husband, Delmar, ar-
ranged a number of meetings, greet-
ings and exciting experiences for the
group.
On their first night, the girls sat
down to dinner at the famous Silver
Slipper restaurant and spoke with sev-
eral officials associated with the Gov-
ernor's Office.
The next day, they met Sen. Wise,
chairman of the Senate K-12 Appro-
priations Committee and were invited
into the committee meeting for the

Winter Garden
Recreation activities
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activities and class-
es. For more information or to regis-
ter, call the rec. office at 407-656-
4155.
Acting Learn techniques and
get information about head shots, au-
ditions and more. Classes are Tuesdays
from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Old Fire
Station Rec Center, 127 S. Boyd St.
The cost is $65 for city residents, $68
for others.
Preschool tennis A hands-on
introduction to tennis for preschool-
ers is Tuesdays from 9-10 a.m.' at
Chapin Station. The cost is $60 for
city residents.
Youth soccer Youth soccer
clinics are offered 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.
Adult keyboard Adult key-
board lessons take place at the Old
Fire Station Rec Center, 127 S. Boyd
St., Wednesdays from 9-10 a.m. The
cost is $50 for a five-week session
for city residents, $55 for others.

Day trip for seniors
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment has planned a series of day
trips for its Active 50 and Over pro-
gram. Registration and payment are
due in advance. The cost includes
transportation and the show. Seniors
can call the rec office at 407-656-
4155 for details.
The next trip is May 19 to see
Camelot at the Carr Performing Arts
Center. The cost is $48 for residents,
$50 for others.


current budget. They were introduced
to Sen. Siplin as well.
Afterward, they attended the Flori-
da Arts Day event and met members
of the Florida Cultural Alliance and
various arts organizations across the
state. The girls gave each representa-
tive or senator they met a special book-
let of information regarding the ben-
efits of dance and the individual sto-
ries and pleadings of the Honor Soci-
ety dancers to support dance through
favorable votes for the arts, specifi-
cally Arts in Education funding and
policy. '
A visit with Rep. Steve Precourt al-
lowed the girls to share the top issues
affecting the arts that are currently in
legislation, and they were encouraged
by his positive position on votes in fa-
vor of arts initiatives. On another floor,
they met former Gov. Mel Martinez.
After meeting other top government
officials and sitting in a House Com-
mittee meeting, the group was intro-
duced on the Senate floor. The dancers
enjoyed some time in the House
Chamber once session was out, then
they headed to the Governor's Man-
sion for a private tour by the mansion
manager, who has been there for more
than 35 years.
Following a dinner at the Gover-
nor's Club, the group headed home,
arriving in Winter Garden at 11:30
p.m., just 31 hours after leaving.

Vision screenings
at W.G. Library
The Winter Garden Library and
Prevent Blindness Florida have part-
nered to offer free vision screenings
Tuesday, May 8. Good vision and
reading go hand in hand, so it's fit-
ting that the Orange County Library
System is encouraging good vision
health habits.
The screenings will be conducted by
nationally certified Prevent Blindness
Florida staff from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Adults and children with potential vi-
sion problems will be referred to oph-
thalmologists and optometrists for di-
agnosis and treatment. Those in need
can obtain low- or no-cost vision care
through grants, donations and part-
nerships.
To register for a vision screening,
call the Library Community Relations
Office at 407-835-7481. Space is lim-
ited.
The Winter Garden branch is at 805
E. Plant St.


AARP to meet
The West Orange AARP Chapter
3697 will meet Monday, May 7, at I
p.m. at the Hyde Park Clubhouse at
14253 W. Colonial Drive, Winter Gar-
den. All seniors 50 and older are invited
to attend the meeting.
The group will have a barbecue that
day for all chapter members. The
chapter will provide the meal.
May 10 is National AARP Day, and
the.group will plan on doing a special
community project to be finalized at
the May 7 meeting.
Members are reminded to bring
their regular donation of canned or
boxed food, used postage stamps, eye-
glasses, hearing aids and aluminum
pop tabs.
For more information, call Presi-
dent Esther Braswell at 407-905-9802.

Donate to troops
stationed in Iraq
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary continues Operation
Shoebox, which sends toiletries and
other items to troops overseas.
The auxiliary has adopted two
troops stationed in Iraq and is asking
for items for men and women such as
toothpaste, brushes, powders, DVDs,
CDs, books, puzzles and board games.
The men and women would also
like to receive letters and would ap-.
preciate phone cards. Letters can be
sent to James Kendrick, APO, AE
09393, Iraq; and Sgt. Maj. Billy
Richards, APO, AE 09342, Iraq.
Anyone wanting to donate items
can drop them off at 1170 E. Plant St.,
Winter Garden.
To select a unit to adopt, go to
www.anysoldier.com and follow the
prompts.

Kids Camp Son Shine
starts in May at FUMC
Camp Son Shine, a new summer
camp for children 3-12, begins May 23
at the First United Methodist Church
of Winter Garden. The camp runs
weekdays through Aug. 6 from 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m. ,
Each week has a different theme,
such as Underseas Exploration, Bod-
ies in Motion and Safari Adventure.
There will be stories, crafts, music,
games, outdoor activities, movies and
field trips. Fees are $25 for a full day,
$110 for the week. Half-day rates are
available, as are discounts for siblings.
Children must be registered 10 days
prior to their first day of attendance.
Registration forms can be picked up
from the church, 125 N. Lakeview
Ave. Call Joellyn McDaniels, director
of children's ministries, at 321-202-
1499 for more information or to have
a registration form mailed.

Open mike night
at Attic Door
The second Tuesday of each month
is open mike night at Attic Door, and
from 7-10 p.m., local performers can
share their talent. Those interested
should prepare three songs for approx-
imately 15 minutes of stage time and
call Lisa at 407-227-3918 to register.
Attic Door is located on Plant Street
in downtown Winter Garden.

VFW to hold
installations
West Orange VFW Post 4305,
Men's and Ladies auxiliaries will hold
their installation for 2007-08 May 13
at 1 p.m. at the post home, 1170 E.
Plant St., Winter Garden. All incom-
ing officers need to attend and should
advise the commander or presidents
if they cannot. All members and guests
of the VFW are welcome to attend.
A luncheon will follow the instal-
lations. Incoming Commander Jim
Bateman and Ladies Auxiliary Pres-
ident Trudy Buchtel are asking ev-
eryone to attend.


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Showcasing their talent
The Winter Garden Parks and
Recreation Department held its
Winter Garden Idol talent show re-
cently, and 15 acts participated.
At left, Lou Patavino belts out his
best James Brown impression,
singing 'I Feel Good.' Above are
the winners, I-r: Audrey Southard,
who won 1st place for her opera
renditions of 'Summertime' and
'V'isie D'arte, V'isie D'amore'; Opal
Leher, who came in 2nd with her
performance of 'Go Rest High on
That Mountain'; and Paul Begos-
si, who took 3rd for his dance num-
ber to the song 'Get Up.'


W.G. Rec offers aquatic programs


The Winter Garden Parks and Recreation Department
is gearing up for the summer at its pools, Famsworth
Pool at 1 Surprise Drive and Bouler Pool at 362 11th
St. Information on any of these programs can be ob-
tained by calling the rec office at 407-656-4155.

Swim lessons
Lessons are available at Farnsworth Pool for all
ages and skill levels and are offered every two weeks
from May 29 through Aug. 17. Each session offers
eight 40-minute lessons and is $35 per child.
Mommy & Me (dads too) classes are for children ages
1-6. Parents are required to be in the pool. Classes are
$25 and are from 11:30 a.m. to noon. Evening class-
es are available as well.
The remainder of the classes Beginning/Preschool
1 for ages 3-5, Advanced/Preschool 2 for ages 3-5,
Level 1: Water Exploration for ages 6 and up, Level
2: Primary Skills for ages 6 and up, Level 3: Stroke
Readiness for ages 7 and up, Level 4: Stroke Devel-
opment for ages 8 and up and Adult for ages 17 and
up are available from 9-9:40-a.m., 9:50-10:30 a.m.,
10-40-11:20 a.m. 5-5:40 p.m. and 5:50-6:30 p.m.

Pool hours
Farnsworth Pool is open from 1-5 p.m. weekends only
from May 5-20. After that, it is open Monday through
Saturday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. for adult lap
swim and 1-5 p.m. for open swim; and Sunday from
1-5 p.m. for open swim.


New for 2007 is adult lap swim from 5:15-6:30 p.m.
Monday and Wednesdays and 5:15-7:30 p.m. Tues-
days and Thursdays.
Pool admission is $2.
Bouler Pool will be open daily for open swim from
1-5 p.m. May 23 through Aug. 17.
Swim lessons are also available at Bouler Pool. Call
the rec for more information.

Swim Club for
'tweens and teens
A new Swim Club for children ages 8-15 offers cit-
izens a chance to work on endurance swimming, stroke
development, competitive starts and turns and train-
ing. Pre-requisite is the ability to swim the length of
the pool. Saturday competitions will be held in con-
junction with the city of Ocoee.
Classes meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Sessions are June 4-
22, June 25 through July 13 and July. 16 through Aug.
3. The cost is $65 per session.

Water aerobics
Water aerobics offer a way to get muscles moving
while having fun and helps build muscle, work joints
and give a great workout.
Classes are $7 each and take place at Farnsworth
Pool on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
and Saturdays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. There is a first-
time joiners fee of $5; pre-registration is not required.


Nancy Rojas artwork on display at Winter Garden Library


. During May and June, the Winter Gar-
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Ocoee


Supporting ROTC at UF
Ocoee resident Kristine Bauske (right), representing the Florida Court
of Assistants of the Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable
Artillery (A&H), presented a certificate and check to the University of Flori-
da ROTC during the recent annual awards ceremony in Gainesville. Ac-
cepting the presentation was UF Senior Cadet Commander Pihana.
A&H was founded in Boston in 1636 and is considered the 1st officer's
training program on American soil. Members of the society are wom-
en who are direct lineal descendants of the original founders of the An-
cient and Honorable Artillery Company. The group supports military
ROTC, active military and veterans.


West Orange Seniors plan trip on Winter Park lakes


Many members of the West Orange
Seniors attended Arbor Day/Earth Day
ceremonies hosted by the Ocoee Parks
and Recreation Department last Tues-
day. Children in the rec's Tiny Tots
program helped plant a Japanese blue-
berry on the grounds behind the Ocoee
Community Center, and West Orange
Senior Vice President Fran Watts also
helped shovel in some dirt.
Mac Briley, parks supervisor, gave
a history of Arbor Day, and city em-
ployees Keith Hendrix and David
Spears helped prepare the planting site.
The event ended with the serving of
cookies and drinks for all who at-
tended.
After the tree-planting ceremonies,
nine of the Seniors went-to the Coun-
try House restaurant in Winter Gar-
den for lunch before returning to the
Community Center to plan Saturday


bus trips.
The Seniors' next luncheon meet-
ing will be held Thursday, May 17, in
the Community Center at 12:30 p.m.
The May bus trip will be a cruise of
the Winter Park lakes via pontoon
boat. The bus will leave the Commu-
nity Center at 9:30 a.m. for the 11 a.m.
cruise, which will last an hour. Lunch
is planned at Golden Corral.
The club's April trip was to DeLeon
Springs, where the members enjoyed
breakfast (which they made them-
selves on electric grills), a band per-
formance and woodcarving demon-
strations.
. The members offer prayers for Joe
Lavor, who recently underwent knee
surgery.
For more information, call Helen
Esposito at 407-948-2395 or Mary
Black at 407-656-4813.


Care for the Caregiver
program
The West Orange Christian Service
Center in Ocoee hosts a Care for the
Caregiver women's program Mon-
days from 6-7 p.m. Dinner is served,
and child care is available.
This program supports those who
provide care to others and focuses on
renewing energy for caregivers
through humor, sharing and develop-
ing new interests.
For more information, call Casan-
dra at 407-721-3982.

West Orange Teen Group
The West Orange Christian Service
Center in Ocoee presents a West Or-
ange Teen Group for teens in middle
school (15 or younger) on Wednes-
days from 6-7:30 p.m. In this program
teens have the opportunity to learn
how to take control of their lives
through discussions and activities that
promote a positive attitude.
For more information, call Casan-
dra at 407-721-3982.

Fashion show to benefit
Spring Lake May 4
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 spe-
cial models (Chick-fil-A cows).
A donation of $20 per person is re-
.quested, and seating is limited. Call
Marge Johnstone at 407-467-6954 for
details.

Health Central Walkers
at West Oaks Mall
Health Central Walkers is a free
walking program at the West Oaks
Mall in Ocoee. Participants may join the
program Monday through Friday from
7-10 a.m. Once they are registered
walkers, they may walk at any time
during mall hours. Participants log the
amount of miles they walk and will
earn prizes as they accumulate mileage.
For more information, call Health
Central Wellness at 407-296-1496.


The 11th Ocoee Citizen Police Academy class: (l-r, front row) Brenda Bertz, Rachel Gailit and Carolina
Hamann, (2nd row) Luciamne Recio Bautista, Ria Mixon, HHH, Tammy A. Johnson and Adrianna Silguero-
Milhorn, (3rd row) Sue Gailit, Emma Bonilla, Linda Michaelis, Sandra R. Rice, Maudza Josue and Shirley
Hinesley and (back row) Officer Tom Maroney, John Allen, Thomas Christenen, Craig Sams, Adam Palmer,
Rodrigue Loiseau and Gareth Hunt. Not pictured: John Resnik and Bon Minarcin.

Ocoee Police Department graduates 11th Citizen Police Academy class


The Ocoee Police Department re-
cently graduated its 11th Citizen Po-
lice Academy Class. Participants
.learned about a variety of law-en-
forcement and crime-prevention
techniques, including firearm laws
and safety, DUI investigations, roll
fingerprints, police K9, street drugs
and police equipment. They were
also invited to take a ride-along with
an officer and to attend a day at the
police firearms range to shoot actu-
al police handguns.
The program was enhanced by the
generosity of many program spon-
sors. The department thanks Best
Buy of Ocoee (who provided partic-
ipants with pictures of their activi-


ties), Donato's Pizza (who catered
the graduation banquet), the Woman's
Club of Ocoee (who donated the hall
for classes and the graduation cele-
bration), Photograph-X (who donat-
ed the program's polo shirts and pro-
grams), Sam's Club of Ocoee (for
financial support) and the Wal-Mart
SuperCenter in Ocoee (for the do-
nation of sodas for graduation).
Many officers and industry experts
volunteered their time to teach in this
program, including Mark Lippman,
Esq.; Mayor Scott Vandergrift; Po-
lice Chief Ron Reffett; Lt. Charlie
Brown;' Lt. James Como; Kathy
Simanski; Greg Noble; Sgt. Randy
Conyers; Detective Jeff lannuzzi and


National Day of Prayer to be celebrated in Ocoee
West Orange County will unite with This year marks the 56th annual cel-
millions in prayer across America at ebration of the National Day of Prayer.
National Day of Prayer celebrations The theme this year is "America Unite
this Thursday, May 3. The local event in Prayer," according to the scripture
will be held,at the Worship House of found in 2 Chronicles 7:14.
Prayer, 122 W. McKey Street in down- All West Orange County communi-
town Ocoee. Members of the commu- ty and church leaders and members are
nity are welcome beginning at noon invited to attend this event. For details,
and continuing until 2 p.m. for whatever log on to www.worshiphouseof-
amount of time they have available. prayer.com.

West Orange Seniors hold weekly bingo games
The West Orange Senior Citizens hold Monday from 1-3 p.m. The cost is 25
weekly bingo games in the Ocoee Com- cents per card, and cash prizes are award-
munity Center. The games are held each ed. Coffee and sweets are provided.


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the following officers: Tom
Maroney, Jerry Lewis, Stevan'
Servider, Colby Julian, Paul Vega,
Jack Davidson, Tim Allen and Gar-
rett Bell.
Officers Lewis and Vega were rec-
ognized by the class as the best and
most entertaining instructor, respec-
tively.
Thanks also go to-Cathy Sills, Jim
Sills, John Grogan and Richard Hart
(all graduates of previous classes)
for volunteering as drinkers for the
DUI demonstrations.
The next class will be offered in
February of 2008. For more inffor-
mation, call Officer Maroney at 407-
905-3160, Ext. 3041.


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.

Health Central has
volunteer openings
Health Central Auxiliary in Ocoee
is in need of volunteer help in many 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.

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

City Web site
Check out the city of Ocoee's Web
site at www.ci.ocoee.fl.us to keep up
with meeting schedules, ways to vol-
unteer and ways to ask questions of
or complain to city staff and officials.


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* Family Aquatic Center to open May 5


The Ocoee Family Aquatic Center,
located adjacent to the Jim Beech
"Recreation Center at 1820 A.D. Mims
Road, will open for the 2007 season on
Saturday, May 5. The facility features
a zero-depth entry pool with a maxi-
mum depth of four feet. The pool in-
cludes three distinct play features, and
the city provides chairs, recliners and
tables with umbrellas throughout the
pool deck.
Admission fee is $1 for adults and
50 cents for children and infants, and
these fees include both residents and
non-residents.
Pool hours May 5-22 are 3:30 p.m.
to 7 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays,
Thursday and Fridays; 3:30- 6 p.m.


on Tuesday; noon to 7 p.m. on Sat-
urdays; and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sun-
days.
The city offers a variety of aquatic-
based programs for all ages, includ-
ing swim lessons, a youth swim
league, water aerobics and movies by
the pool.
Ocoee uses certified American Red
Cross lifeguards to oversee the pool
during all aquatic programs. The swim
lessons are instructed by water safety
instructors certified by the American
Red Cross, and the water aerobic
classes are taught by a certified wa-
ter aerobic instructor.
For more information, call 407-905-
3100, Ext. 9-5002.


Registration for water aerobics classes begin


t The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department will hold four sessions of
water aerobics, with nine classes per
session. The class times are Tues-
|days from 7:30-8:30 p.m. and Sat-
urdays from 11 a.m. until noon.
The first session began May 1. The
second session will begin June 2,
with registration from May 1-31.
The third session starts July 3, with
registration from June 1-30; and the
final session begins Aug. 4, with reg-
istration from July 1-31.
Class fees are $63 per session or $7
per class, and registration forms are
available at the Jim Beech Recre-


ation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road.
Participants can join a water aer-
obics class at any time as long as
space is available by paying the class
fee or a pro-rated fee for the re-
mainder of the session prior to the
start of class.
Instructor Larry Levin has nine
years of experience as a water aero-
bics instructor and holds certifica-
tions through the Arthritis Founda-
tion. He has trained clients at the
RDV Sportsplex, Bally's Fitness and
several YMCAs in Central Florida.
For more information, call Lavin
at 407-492-9661.


Hope Charter School to present Celebration of Hope Fest


Hope Charter School and Legacy
High School invite the community to
attend their annual Celebration of Hope.
Fest set for Saturday, May 5, from 11
.a.m. to 4 p.m. at the campus located
Cat 1550 E. Crown Point Road in
"Ocoee.
The fest will feature activities for
the whole family, including food, car-
nival games, waterslides, a bounce
"house, petting zoo and entertainment.
r: Crafts and merchandise from area ven-
nr dors, such as Silpada Jewelry, Ar-
j bonne, Carriage Candles, Castellari
Caffe, Premier Designs and Virginia's
One of Kind Card Art will be avail-
_>able.


Silent and live auctions will include
a variety of themed baskets, RV rental,
hotel packages, tickets to area attrac-
tions and more. Guests can also take a
chance to win a 42-inch LCD HDTV
with tickets available until 2:45 p.m.
The day will end at 4 p.m., with a
dance at the school's pavilion.
Hope Charter and Legacy High
schools are Orange County charter
schools serving both typical and autis-
tic children with small student-to-
teacher ratios, individualized instruc-
tion and innovative teaching tech-
niques.
For more information, call the
school at 407-656-4673.


'Living with Asthma Nights' to be held in May


nl Allegy and asthmri. specialists,
1'along with the Aimerican Lung As-
('sociation, will host educational sem-
m inars entitled "Living with Asthma
Nights" to promote a healthier, more
ft productive lifestyle for children and
- adults with asthma.
- The events will be held Thursday,
May 3, at Health Central medical cen-
ter in Ocoee, Thursday, May 10, at
Florida Hospital in Altamonte Springs
and Tuesday, May 29 at Nemours


Children's Clinic in Orlando. All
events will be held from 5:30-7:30
p.m. and are free to the public.
Dr. Jose Arias will lead the events
on May 3 and May 10, and Dr. Floyd
Livingston will lead the May 29
event.
For more information or to RSVP,
contact the American Lung Associa-
tion at 407-425-5864 or visit
www.lungfla.org. Reservations are
needed four days prior to the event.


Learn to swim
at the Family
Aquatic Center
The City of Ocoee Parks
and Recreation Department
will teach swimming lessons
for children and adults from
May 21-Sept. 17. Registra-
tion for Session I will begin
May 14 from 4-6 p.m. at the
Jim Beech Recreation Cen-
ter, 1820 A.D. Mims Road,
and will continue until the
first day of class on May 21.
Five more sessions will fol-
low consisting of eight class-
es each, and class days are
Monday, Wednesday, Thurs-
day and Fridays. All lessons
run from 5-7 p.m.
For more information on
fees and registration and ses-
sion dates, call 407-905-
3100, Ext. 9-5002.



Christian Service
Center kidsFOCUS
Summer Program
The kidsFOCUS Summer Program
at the West Orange Christian Service
Center offers supervision and a vari-
ety of enrichment activities for children
in kindergarten through fifth grade.
The program is fee-supported by those
using its services.
Daily activities include reading
time, and weekly science study with
a field trip to the Orlando Science Cen-
ter for hands-on experiences, as well
as field trips to Rock Springs, libraries,
recreation parks, history and art mu-
seums, swimming pools and Gator-
land.
There will also be supervised free
play, art, drama, crafts, music and or-
ganized games.
For more information, call Karen
at 407-656-6678.
The West Orange Christian Service
Center is located at 300 Franklin St. in
Ocoee.

Teen dance cancelled
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department has cancelled the May 4
teen dance at the Jim Beech Recre-
ation Department. The next (and
last) teen dance before the summer
break will be held May 18 from 7-10
p.m.


'Saving Young Hearts'
Sean's Pavilion at Citrus Elementary was the scene recently of a presentation of 3 automated external de-
fibrillators (AEDs) to local schools. Receiving an AED each were Clarcona and Ocoee elementaries and
Ocoee Middle School. Community leaders, parents, teachers and concerned citizens gathered to witness
the result of a partnership between the Rotary Club of Ocoee, Saving Young Hearts and the city of Ocoee
that made this presentation possible. These AEDs were purchased with money raised by the Ocoee Ro-
tarians and an MVP grant awarded to the Rotary by the city. Saving Young Hearts has taken on the responsibility
of training all the staff at the 3 schools on how to operate the devices to save young lives. Left to right are:
Andy Anderson (director of Saving Young'Hearts), an Ocoee Middle School parent, Clarcona Elementary
Principal Bruce Suther, Ocoee Elementary Principal Sheilla Johnson, OES School Nurse Diane Nathanson,
Ocoee Rotary President-Elect Pain Bozkurt, Martha Lopez-Anderson (president of Saving Young Hearts)
and Ocoee Community Relations Manager Joy Wright. For more information, log on to www.savingy-
ounghearts.org.


Safe Sitter classes offered
at Health Central
Young children cannot always com-
municate their needs or protect them-
selves. Left alone, the babysitter needs
to be able to handle any situation that
may arise with care and in a calm man-
ner. Health Central medical center in
Ocoee will teach summer Safe Sitter
classes. These classes offer medical-
ly accurate, hands-on instruction that
teach both boys and girls ages 11-13
how to handle emergencies when car-
ing for children.
Safe Sitters learn what to do when
a child chokes, safety for the sitter,
how to call for emergency help,
babysitting business skills, basic child-
care skills and how to entertain chil-
dren and keep them safe.
The classes, which begin June 11
and continue through July, are held
from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the hospi-
tal. A fee of $50 covers the two-day
program.
For more information and to regis-
ter, call the Education Department at
Health Central at 407-296-1440.
Classes fill up fast, so register early.
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Windermere


Roger Gatlin (2nd from right), president of Friendship Force International
of Orlando, spoke to the Rotary Club of Windermere April 17 about the
club and his international travels. Pictured at the meeting (1-r) are Ro-
tary past presidents Don Strube and Tom Johnson, President Julia
Strimple, Gatlin and Rotarian Doug Trovillion.

Rotarians learn about Friendship Force


Windermere resident Roger Gatlin,
president of Friendship Force Inter-
national of Orlando, spoke to the Ro-
tary Club of Windermere April 17
about his world travels and, in partic-
ular, trips to Asia. He recently visited
Mongolia and the Gobi Desert and
shared slides and comments about life
in that region of the world.
He gave a brief history of the Asian
continent and the influence that Chi-
na, Mongolia and Russia played in the
customs, cultures and architecture of
the area. He said some of the multi-sto-
ried housing facilities where his trav-
el group stayed exhibited a distinct
Russian influence. The buildings were
utilitarian with a no-frills style of ar-
chitectural design. He explained that
Mongolia's land-locked status is a se-
vere impediment to international trade.
Gatlin described the Gobi Desert as
a land of very rough and difficult cli-
matic conditions. He said for centu-


ry's the most common mode of trans-
portation has been the camel a stub-
born, difficult, ornery animal to ride or
manage.
With some Western influence, he
said the motorcycle is now a primary
mode of transportation.
Gatlin's travel group stayed in
round tents with doors and entrances
facing south for both religious.and cli-
matic reasons.
A professional engineer registered
to practice in Florida and California,
Gatlin holds a BSCE degree from
Michigan State University and a MBA
from the University of California
Berkley. He is chairman of Winder-
mere's Traffic Committee and has
lived in Windermere since 1984.
The Rotary Club of Windermere
meets Tuesday mornings at Town Hall
in Windermere. For more informa-
tion, call Coert Voorhees at 407-876-
6897.


Eco Saturdays to
focus on native plants
Area residents are invited to come
to the Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve
Saturday, May 19, for the next Eco
Saturday event, beginning at 10 a.m.
Representatives from the Florida
Native Plant Society will be on hand
to help participants learn to identify
plants native to Florida. The program
is open to all ages but limited to 50
participants. It includes a.hike and
those interested should bring a sack
lunch.
The program on May 26 is about
lakefront restoration. Jim Thomas of
Biosphere will discuss aquascaping
and give tips to homeowners on how
to restore lakeshore areas. The pro-
gram is open to all ages but limited to
50 participants.
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.


Art Room plans student
art exhibit at Camp Ithiel
The Art Room will present its fourth
annual student art show this Friday,
May 4, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at Camp
Ithiel.
The exhibit will showcase the work
of the following artists: Abigail
Adams-Brown, Rollie Allen, Sandy
Beerbower, Mary Jo Burgiel, Ruth
Clark, Lucy Cogswell, Terri Combs,
Marg Ann Coxey, Chris Creamer,
Leonard Defusso, Rae Delfesse, Eliz-
abeth Entrekin, Terri Fishman, Sairta
Gupta, Lisa Hammons, Debbie Hep-
ner, Debbie Hemenway, Debbie
Hutcherson, Jennifer Johnson, Lini
Joseph, Maggie Kinst, Arra Mae
Matheison, Danketi Mehta, Katie Pat-
terson, Joan Prasky, Ellen Schnell,
Sherrill Snyder, Greta Shores, Sue
Stone, Shirley Tousignant, Lou West-
brock and Jeannie Williams.
For more information on the exhibit
or Art Room classes, call 407-909-
1869. Camp Ithiel is located on
Hempel Avenue in Gotha.


St. Luke's United
Methodist Women to
begin workshops
for fall bazaar
The United Methodist Women of
St. Luke's United Methodist Church
will sponsor the 25th annual bazaar,
called Silver Bells, on Saturday, Nov.
10. All proceeds from the bazaar go to
missions and other UMW charities.
The community is invited to par-
ticipate in craft workshops to prepare
for this year's bazaar. Interested indi-
viduals can come to a craft session on
any Monday at 7 p.m. or any Tues-
day at 9 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of
the church.
The UMW will supply the craft ma-
terials and give instructions on how
to create the projects.
Area residents are invited to join
the group and make items to be do-
nated to the bazaar while meeting new
friends.
For more in formation, call the
church office at 407-877-4991, Ext.
221.


Book discussion
continues May 24
Windermere Union Church, Unit-
ed Church of Christ, will continue its
book group on Thursday, May 24,
with a discussion of The Road by Cor-
mac McCarthy beginning at 7 p.m.
Associate Pastor Karen Curtis-
Weakley leads the group, which meets
at Borders bookstore caf6, located at
9441 W. Colonial Drive in Ocoee.
McCarthy's story is about a father
and son and their journey of survival.
It takes place in the future and against
the ashes of a devastated America.
The book is a current selection in
Oprah Winfrey's Book Club.
Oprah said the story is haunting and
inspiring and predicted, "You'll be
thinking about it long after you finish
the final page."
The community is invited to join
the group at any meeting. For more in-
formation on the book group, call the
Rev. Curtis-Weakley at the church of-
fice at 407-876-2112 or log on to
www.windermereunion.org.


Children's events scheduled at library


Storybook Fun for Your Little
One is offered weekly at 12 Orange
County Library 'System locations,
including the Windermere Library
Thursday at 11:15 a.m.
These free programs are recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 and
younger, lasting about 20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories,
rhymes, songs and poetry. Groups,
families and childcare providers are
welcome to participate.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is presented Thursdays at
10:15 a.m. This program is espe-
cially for infants from birth to 18
months and lasts approximately 20


minutes. The rhythm and repetition
of nursery rhymes are used to in-
troduce very young children to lit-
erature. The program is free and
scheduling is not necessary.
Toddler Time is scheduled for
Thursday, at 10:45 a.m. This pro-
gram is especially for children ages
18-36 months and lasts approxi-
mately 20 minutes. The use of pic-
ture books, finger plays, songs, po-
etry, Mother Goose rhymes and
flannel board stories will encourage
the development of verbal and lis-
tening skills for physically active
children.
For more information on any of
these programs, call 407-876-7540.


Jazzercise celebrates 18 years in WO County


Area Jazzercise instructor Cathie
Fowler has been teaching Jazzercise
in West Orange County longer than
many residents have lived here.
She is celebrating her 18th an-
niversary during May and will have
prizes and special drawings to com-
memorate the anniversary.
Fowler, who teaches at the Orlan-
do Flames Cheerleading facility on
Hempel Avenue in Gotha, previous-
ly taught in Windermere at the First
Baptist Church gymnasium.
In addition, she is offering special
discounts to former students to join
again during this month.
Jazzercise, America's No. 1 dance-
exercise program combines elements
of Pilates, yoga, kick-boxing and oth-
er movements to create programs for
people of every age and fitness level.
"We provide a total-body workout,
which includes both aerobic exercise
and strength training," said Fowler.
She has taught morning classes on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
throughout her career.
"We show students how to work at
an activity level that is best for them.
With the great music and fun moves,
the hour just flies by. We really do fit
every body," said Fowler.
While many fitness facilities and
programs have come and gone,
Fowler and Jazzercise have main-
tained a strong presence in the area,
along with instructor Patty Keener,
who has also taught in West Orange
County for more than 18 years.
"We both still love the program,"
said Fowler, "and since we keep cel-
ebrating these birthdays; we see even
more benefits. When we were young,
our students wanted to work hard just
to look good in their jeans, or for a
wedding or special occasion. Now,
we know so much more it's truly
a health issue."
Along with Keener, Karen Roper
teaches Jazzercise in downtown Win-
ter Garden, and Lisa McKibben in the
International Drive and Williamsburg


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areas.
In all, these Jazzercise instructors
have more than 50 years combined
Jazzercise experience. ,il
West Orange County locations of-
fer 19 weekly Jazzercise classes with
schedules to meet everyone's health
and fitness goals.
Fowler, 56, said she teaches stu-
dents of all ages from their 20s and
30s to those in their 70s.
"They all so do well working at
their own pace," she said. "Those whq
are a little, older are role models fot
all of us and show what a great anti-
aging tool exercise is. I hope students
will join us in May, especially with
the anniversary specials I have
planned and referral incentives expire
May 7."
For more information on Jazzercise
in West Orange County, call Fowler
at 407-876-4311 or send her an e-mail
at cathief31 @cfl.rr.com.


WUC presents concert with dessert May 20


The Music Department of
Windermere Union Church, Unit-
ed Church of Christ will contin-
ue its new concert series called
Sound Sweets with a program on
Sunday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m.
The "Absolutely A Capella"
concert May 20 will feature the
gospel choir, Rejoice; Voices of
Liberty from Epcot; the
Humdingers barbershop quartet;
and a trio called 3 in 1.
The concert is free, and the
public is invited to attend.
Desserts will be available for pur-
chase from The Dessert Lady, a
local specialty 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 com-'
plimentary.
Donations will be accepted to
help the church's youth program
and music and fine arts depart-
ment.
Future concert dates are June
17, Sept. 16, Oct. 21 and Nov.
18.
The church is located at 10710
Parkridge-Gotha Road, Winder-
mere. For more information, call
407-876-2112.


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A Breast Cancer Support Group is meeting at St. Luke's United
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p.m. The meeting dates are May 14, June 11, July 9, Aug. 13, Sept. 10,
Oct. 8, Nov. 12 and Dec. 10.
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Pictured at one of the class sessions on social graces are (1-r) Interact
students Jason Farnum, Abron Ards, instructor Julia Sirimple ol Pro-
t col Essentials, Anthony Ards. Tiffany Daswani, Danny Fanelli, Ja-
|on Streit and Federico Macmaster.

iWOHS Interact Club members
brush up on social skills
1 Tiffany Daswani, president of the as hands-on experience to further de-
,West Orange High School Interact velop and refine their etiquette skills.
Club, and other club members recent- The course content included in-
,y attended a four-part course on so- struction on the art of meeting and
cial graces taught by Julia Strimple, greeting, conversation and listening
president of the Rotary Club of Win- skills and table and dining manners.
dermere. The Rotary Club sponsors the The Interact members enjoyed
Interact Club at WOHS, which is the Strimple's interactive presentations that
high school equivalent of the civic- included role-playing introductions and
minded Rotary International organi- real dinner table place settings.,
nation. The Rotary motto is "Service Strimple's company Protocol Es-
Above Self." sentials provides the same service to
,i Interact members completed the business and professional organiza-
class series designed to promote per- tions. For more information on this ser-
sOnal and career success. In the lec- vice, send an e-mail to info@protoco-
ture-based course, Strimple provided lessentials.com or go the Web site at
the students with information, as well www.protocolessentials.com.

Letter carriers to collect food for needy


- Central Floridians are invited to
leave non-perishable food donations in
or near their mailboxes on Saturday,
May 12, to make a difference in the
fight against hunger. Letter carriers
will collect food donations, along their
mail routes while making their nor-
mal mail deliveries. This is a cooper-
ative effort of the National Association
of Letter Carriers Branch 1091, the
United States Postal Service, Heart of
Florida United Way, Second Harvest
Food Bank of Central Florida, AFL-


CIO, Publix supermarkets, Campbell
Soup Company and Cox Target Me-
dia and ValPak Direct Marketing Sys-
tems Inc.
The food will be taken to postal sta-
tions and boxed for delivery to Second
Harvest Food Bank of Central Flori-
da. From there, the food will be dis-
tributed to emergency food pantries,
soup kitchens and other nonprofit
agencies that feed the hungry.
Food donations can also be taken
to local post offices.


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


Windermere resident
inducted to Phi Eta
Sigma honor society
Windermere resident Monica
Kelsey, a freshman at Mercer Uni-
versity, Macon, Ga., was recently in-
ducted into the Mercer chapter of Phi
Eta Sigma National Honor Society.
She is a graduate of Olympia High
School and a student in the Stetson
School of Business and Economics at
Mercer.
Phi Eta Sigma invites students of
good character who have maintained
a grade-point average of at least 3.5
during one of the first two semesters
of their first year to join the organi-
zation. Inductees receive a pin in the
shape of a key with the letters Phi, Eta
and Sigma to represent the motto:
Knowledge is Power.
Monica is the daughter of Mike and
Debbie Kelsey of Windermere.


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


Library program
features crafts, fun
Windermere Library will
sponsor a program called Al-
phabet Bites on Tuesdays
through May 8 at 10:30 a.m.
for children ages 3-5. Area
youngsters are invited to par-
ticipate in stories, activities,
crafts and ABC fun. Partici-
pants will learn a new letter
each week. Registration is re-
quired by calling 407-835-
7323. This program is funded
in part by the Target Com-
munity Giving Grant.


WO Jr. Service League hosts etiquette class at Edgewood Ranch
The West Orange Junior Service League recently sponsored a writing etiquette class for girls at the Edge-
wood Children's Ranch. Instructor Debbie Garvey of The Southeast Academy of Etiquette and Protocol shared
her knowledge of how to write thank-you notes and other correspondence. Pictured (1-r) are Edgewood
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Dr. Phillips


Gala for DPHS Theater Magnet is Saturday


CFWL fashion show at Neiman Marcus
Central Florida Women's League members were treated to a preview of this spring's hottest fashions March
7 during a luncheon and show created and choreographed at Neiman Marcus at the Mall at Milennia.
Neiman Marcus' General Manager Bunny Johnson, marketing director Georgiana Ungaro and the store's
personal shopper Rebecca Doane hosted the event. Pictured (1-r) are Ungaro, CFWL President Lynn Fer-
guson and Doane.


Enjoying the spring fashion show (1-r) are CFWL members Kathryn Cook, Marita Young, Jennifer Wat-
son and Rita Curran.


CFWL members (1-r) Joanne Quarles-Sikes, Victoria Moore and Jan
Greene pose for a photo.


The Dr. Phillips High School The-
ater Magnet will host its second annu-
al Stars Gala and Silent Auction this
Saturday, May 5, at the Orange Coun-
ty Convention Center in the Linda
Chapin Auditorium.
The event will feature the Hall of
Fame inductions for talented perform-
ers who have come out of the DPHS
magnet program.
The festivities food and beverages
and an exclusive edition of Disney's
High School Musical. This show was


sold out four of the five nights it was per-
formed. Silent auction items include a
2007 Cadillac CTS donated by Massey
Cadillac (a minimum bid is required).
Tickets are $50 per person and are
available from theater magnet students.
For more information, call program di-
rector Karen Rugerio at 407-355-3293
or send an e-mail to
www.dphs.ocps.net/TheaterMagnet.
Due to the popularity of the event, or-
ganizers recommend early ticket pur-
chases.


Dr. Phillips Hospital offers 'Tune Up for Mother's Day' lecture
The community is invited to a free Free skin care consultations will be
lecture called Tune Up for Mother's available, and refreshments will be
Day on Saturday, May 5, from 11 served. The program is presented by
a.m. until noon at Dr. P. Phillips Hos- the Physicians Services office.
pital. Space is limited, and RSVPs are
Participants will learn about non- required. To reserve a space, call
surgical facelifts and how to look 407-351-8506 or go to the Web site
younger and feel better for summer, at www.drpphillipshospital.org.


Chihuly exhibit runs through May 12 at Millenia Fine Art


The work of Dale Chihuly, includ-
ing some new creations, has returned
to Millenia Fine Art Gallery. The ex-
hibit 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-

Neiman Marcus fashion
show raises funds for
Angels Trace
An upscale fashion show at Nie-
man Marcus at Mall at Milennia
raised approximately $5,000 for An-
gels Trace, a faith-based, non-profit
organization that provides temporary
support for single mothers and their
children.
More than 50 women attended the
2007 spring collection unveiling
which featured eight models and four
changes of clothes.
The event was hosted by local
Channel 2 news anchor Wendy Chio-
ji.
It was the first fund-raiser of the
year for the 1-year-old organization
which serves as a lifeline of support,
hope and guidance for single moth-
ers and their families in crisis in Or-
ange, Seminole and Osceola coun-
ties and helps them restore their lives.
"We're truly thankful for the com-
passion and generosity these wom-
en have shown in their support and ex-
tremely grateful to Nieman Marcus for
hosting such a fabulous and enter-
taining event," said Alice Collier,
founder of Angels Trace.
"We are a young organization that
is just beginning to spread its wings
and this kind of financial help will
go a long way in helping us with our
mission of helping these single wom-
en get on the path to restoring their
lives."
For more information about An-
gels Trace or any of its upcoming
events, call 407-481-0000 or go to
the Web site at www.angelstrace.
com.


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 Mac-
chia series are included in the gallery
collection, along with the undulating
shapes of chandeliers and sconces.
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.


Local author launches
new legal thriller with
book signing May 12
Local author Patrick C. Crowell
will host a book signing at Barnes
and Noble Booksellers, 7900 Sand
Lake Road (Plaza Venezia), on Sat-
urday, May 12.
Crowell will be autographing his
book, Hostile Environment, which
was published in February by Syn-
ergy Books. The cost of the book,
which is a legal thriller that explores
sexual harassment law and business
politics at a popular national theme
park, is $21.95.
An Orlando resident, Crowell is an
attorney with 25 years experience.
He has a private practice and spe-
cializes in construction, real estate
and commercial law. He is also a
competitive rower, surfer, and occa-
sional rock musician and formerly
worked as a senior in-house con-
struction lawyer at Walt Disney
World.
For; more information, call the
bookstore at 407-345-0900.


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1st Baptist
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on love
First Baptist Church Win-
dermere has a new 'class
Wednesday, at 6:30 p.m. that
will continue through May 23.,
It is designed to teach partici-,
pants the five primary love lan-
guages and how to use them
to express love with family
and friends.
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Learn public-speaking
skills at Toastmasters
weekly meetings
Do you have a fear of speaking in
front of an audience? Adults can eas-
ily learn public speaking and leader-
ship skills by attending Vista Toast-
masters Club 7250. The group meets
weekly in the community room at'the
Southwest Library, 7255 Della Drive,
off Dr. Phillips Boulevard. Meetings
take place each Thursday from 6:45-
8 p.m.
New members are welcome, and
there is no charge. For more irifor-
mation, go to www.vistatoastmas-
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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.


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Thursday, May 3, 2007 The West Orange Times 15A




Oakland


Know someone
who needs to be
flamingo'ed?
To raise funds for its summer camp
trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn., the youth
group at West Orange Baptist Church
is "flamingo'ing" lawns. For $10, the
youth will place flamingos in some-
one's yard. The person flamingo'ed
will have to pay $5 to have them re-
moved.
To cover a yard with a flock of pink
flamingos, call the Flamingo Hotline
at 407-948-3020. The youth can also
photograph the lawn so those making
the request can claim success.
West Orange Baptist is at 200 Tubb
St., Oakland. For more information
on the program or the church, e-mail
office@westorangebaptist.org or go
to the Web site, www.westorange-
baptist.org.


Apply for a
F__Habitat home
West Orange Habitat For Humani-
ty will be accepting applications at an
orientation meeting Saturday, June 2,
at 9 a.m. The meeting will take place
at William S. Maxey Elementary
i .School, 1100 E. Maple St., Winter
-; Garden, and is open to residents of
- .,West Orange County.
S. This will be the only time and place
,;.that applications will be available. For
More information, go to the Web site,
- ,www.woh4h.org, and click on "Se-
i section Criteria."

How secure
"is your home?
The OaklandPolice Department of-
fers a security questionnaire to help
residents identify safety needs in their
-home.
If necessary, an officer can assist
i residents in inspecting the home and
"',offer tips for improving safety.
For more information, call the OPD
a't 407-656-9797.

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-
S;ment, 540 E. Oakland Ave.


W.O. Baptist men,
women plan outings
The West Orange Baptist Church's
Men's Prayer Breakfast will be held
this Saturday, May 5, at 8 a.m. at the
Sanctuary Ridge Golf Course Club-
house (formerly Diamond Players
Club). It is located on Hancock Road
in Clermont.
The church women will have their
monthly Ladies Night Out at the Olive
Garden on West Colonial Drive on
Monday, May 7, at 6:30 p.m.
To participate in either of these ac-
tivities, "sign up at the church, 200
Tubb St., Oakland, or call the church
office at 407-656-9749. Reservations
are needed.


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.

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.

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.


Guidelines set
for cemetery
The board members of the Oak-
land-Tildenville Cemetery have es-
tablished a burial plot policy for the
cemetery.
Under the new guidelines, every-
one pays unless they have received
a pre-paid letter, they have acceptable
documentation of payment or they
are notified otherwise by the ceme-
tery board:
According to board members, cit-
izens 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 St. Paul Missionary Baptist
Church office at 407-877-6616 or
stop by 413 W. Oakland Ave., Oak-
land.

Share your
Oakland news
The West Orange Times welcomes
news from the town of Oakland.
Residents with a story or picture to
share or an event to promote can e-
mail the information to wotimes@
aol.com.


Young adult
ministry premieres
NEXT Community Church is
launching a new young adult ministry.
The group will meet Mondays at 6:30
p.m. at the attic Door coffee bar on
Plant Street in downtown Winter Gar-
den.
Pastor Scott Billue has announced
that Tr6 Gravenstein, minister of
young adults, will lead the group.
There will be nusic and lively dis-
cussion plus the chance to order off
the menu.
For more information, call 407-654-
9661 or go to www.nextcommunity-
church. com.

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


Celebrate moms and family
The community is invited to a cel-
ebration of mothers and families on
Mother's Day, Sunday, May 13. Fam-
ilies can bring their lawn chairs and
picnic baskets to Speer Park on Tubb
Street in Oakland for a day of family
and fellowship.
NEXT Community Church is host-

OPD has number for
non-emergency calls
"The Oakland Police Department
assures citizens that it is our highest pri-
ority to make our community a safe
place to live, work and relax," said
Oakland Police Chief Tim Driscoll.
"As a reminder, it is also everyone's
responsibility to look out for others."
Residents who see suspicious be-
havior, have a nuisance or need an of-
ficer to respond to a non-emergency
can call the department's 24-hour dis-
patch at 407-836-HELP (4357). (For
emergencies, always call 911.)
Anyone needing fingerprints or re-
port copies or who has questions about
services can call 407-656-9797 from
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
Additional information about the
agency can be found online at
www.oaklandpd.com.


ies in Oakland's Speer Park
ing the event. The day begins with a
time of worship at 10 a.m. followed by
an old-time family picnic with music,
food and a chance to let Mom relax
while the children play.
For more information, go to
www.nextcommunitychurch.com or
call 407-654-9661.

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 letters to
accompany the care packages. Billue
is asking children in West Orange
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@
nextcommunitychurch.com or 407-
654-9661. The church meets Sundays
at the Oakland Meeting Hall.


CA RI ENE


Habitat plans
5K race
in memory
of Jack Fain

West Orange Habitat For
Humanity is planning its 5K
Jack Fain Memorial Race
on Saturday, May 12, at 8
a.m. It will wind through
the town of Oakland.
The entry fee is $15
through May 5; after that,
the cost is $20. All paid en-
trants will receive a T-shirt.
Packet pick-up starts at 7
a.m. at the race site.
Refreshments will be of-
fered after the race. Awards
will be given to the top three
male and female runners
overall and in each age
group.
Race entry forms are
available on the Habitat
Web site: www.woh4h. org.
Once completed, the can be
mailed to W.O Habitat For
Humanity, c/o Bob Tate,
race director, 1246 Markel
Drive, Winter Garden
34787.


Town of Oakland
meeting schedule
Town of Oakland meet-
ings are regularly held in the
meeting hall on North Tubb
Street. For more information,
call Town Hall at 407-656-
1117.
Town Commission, sec-
ond and fourth Tuesdays, 7
p.m.
Planning & Zoning
Board, third Tuesday, 6:30
p.m.
School Advisory Coun-
cil for Oakland Avenue
Charter School, first Tues-
day, 7 p.m.
Community Redevelop-
ment, third Wednesday, 7
p.m.
Parks and Recreation
Committee, fourth Wednes-
day, 7 p.m.


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'Winter Garden Elks honor citizens at annual charity ball


The Winter Garden Elks Lodge
2165 recently held its annual char-
ity ball, an event that raised funds
for the lodge's major projects
statewide: the Florida Elks' Chil-
dren's Therapy Services, Harry-
Anna Trust Fund and the Florida
Elks Youth Camp.
These funds enable the Elks to
equip more than 20 vans and pro-
vide physical, occupational and
speech therapists to travel all over
Florida attending to more than 350
children a week with various dis-
abilities free of charge. This pro-
gram costs approximately $4 mil-
lion annually to operate.
Guests sat down to a meal of
prime rib and enjoyed entertain-
ment until midnight. Past Exalted
Ruler Mike Jernigan acted as the
master of ceremonies, and Outgo-
ing Exalted Ruler Bob Warren and
Exalted Ruler-elect Charlie Crane
presented the community awards
and Elk awards.
The recipients were Lester
Dabbs, Outstanding Citizen of the
Year; Ocoee Police Sgt. Ken Fish-
er, Outstanding Police Officer of
the Year; Amy Jernigan, Out-
standing Educator of the Year;
Osceola County Battalion Chief
Brian Carroll Jr., Outstanding Fire-
fighter of the Year; Retired Master
Sgt. Robert Norman, Outstanding
Veteran of the Year; Ray Jernigan,
2007 Elk of the Year; and Ray De-
Weese, Outstanding Elk Officer of
the Year.
Receiving special awards were
Alice Armstrong, Bingo Commit-
tee chair; Kristen Crane, Ladies
Auxiliary president; and Wally
Hatch, chair of the Cheezeburger
Gang. The Gavel Award was pre-
sented to Outgoing Exalter Ruler
Warren. ,
Dabbs was chosen Citizen of the
Year for his many years of dedi-
cation and support in the commu-
nity. He has been a major influence
in Ocoee and throughout Orange
County since 1961.
Sgt. Fisher was honored as Police
Officer of the Year and has re-
ceived several commendations over
the years. He received a life-sav-
ing award for his efforts in rescu-
ing a 3-year-old child who
drowned.
Amy Jernigan, the Outstanding
Educator recipient, received her
Master of Education degree from
the University of Florida in 1999


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Social


ERICA AND MATTHEW

Valker-Sadelfeld engagement
John and Cynthia Kirby and Clif- gage broker with Highland Lending
ford and Carla Walker, all of Win- Inc.
ter Garden, announce the engage- Matthew is a 1999 graduate of
ment of their daughter, Erica Walk- Naples High School and a 2003
er, to Matthew Sadelfeld, son of Joe graduate of the University of Central
and Margaret Sadelfeld of Naples. Florida. He is employed as an auto
Erica is a 1998 graduate of West broker for Auto Wholesale Direct.
Orange High School. She is cur- The wedding is planned for Oct. 6
rently employed as a licensed mort- on the island of Maui, Hawaii.

Lakeview High Class of 1972 reunion
The Lakeview High School Class of ler from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Classmates
1972 is holding its 35-year reunion July can contact Laura Lasseter Liggett at
7 at the Engstrom Camp on Lake But- 770-906-9461 or Lliggettl @mac.com.


Burkhalter-Beck engagement


Pamela Harper (Tobin) of Ocoee
and Charles Burkhalter of Groveland
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Lauren Ashley Burkhalter,
to Wade Brandon Beck, both of Ke-
nansville. Wade is the son of Glenn
and Peggy Beck of Windermere.
Lauren is the granddaughter of


Travis Harper and Pat Harper, both
of Orlando, and Don'l and Loretta
Burkhalter of Groveland.
Wade is the grandson of George and
late Leslie Beck of Windermere and
Freddy and Ann Milner of Ocoee.
The wedding is planned for May
2008.


LAUREN AND WADE


Women's Connection
meets May 10
The Orlando Women's Connection
will host a luncheon Thursday, May 10,
from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Faith Hall
at First Orlando Baptist, 3000 S. John
Young Parkway. The community is
invited.
The program will feature "Fashions
on Any Budget" and guest speaker
Linda Moore of Gainesville. Flowers
will be provided by A Flower Buck-
et Florist of Kirkman Oaks.
Cost is $15. For reservations and
complimentary nursery, call Marion
at 407-876-1469 or Judy at 406-253-
3950 by noon on May 7.


WOHS 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 at
Universal CityWalk. On Saturday, a
banquet is scheduled for Doubletree
Hotel at Universal; reservations are re-
quired. On Sunday, a family day is set
for Turkey Lake Park.
Classmates can request an invitation
by e-mailing wohs97@hotmail.com.


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May the years ahead
bring as much
happiness and joy
into your life as
you've brought
into ours.
We love you!


,Mom and Dad, Erin, Meemaw, Nana and Papa, Lori and Jim, Gretchen, Wil-
son, Rena and Mark, Jena, Chad, Lane, Lee and Tracy, Peepaw and
Frances, Jim, Austin, Dalton, Peepaw Jim and Mama Vicki


Bridal shower at Stoneybrook West clubhouse
Bride-to-be Jennifer Fickley (3rd from left, in' back) of Windermere was the guest of honor at a bridal show-
er April 21 at the clubhouse at Stoneybrook West. Pictured at the 'Everything But the Kitchen Sink,' (non-
kitchen) shower are (1-r, back row) Sally Baker, mother of the groom; maid of honor Kim Barron; Jennifer
Fickley, the bride-to-be; bridesmaids Meggan Curran and Sara Sternagel, Barbara Fickley, mother of the
bride; (middle row) junior bridesmaid Sasha Hanfman, Joyce Sternagel, grandmother of the bride; and (sit-
ting) bridesmaids Kim Solakian and Amanda Alder-Hollingshead. Jennifer will marry Ocoee resident Chad
Baker, a 1996 graduate of West Orange High School, on May 27, at Disney's Wedding Pavilion. The brides-
maids and bride's mother hosted the shower.


West Orange High Class of 1987 to
include other classes
The West Orange School Class of 1987 20-year reunion is June
29-30 and July 1 and is for anyone in classes 1985-89.
The event includes a mix-n-mingle at Moon Cricket Caf6, Win-
ter Garden, Friday at 7 p.m.; the reunion gathering Saturday from
7 p.m. to midnight at Gaylord Palms Resort, Kissimmee; and a fam-
ily picnic catered by Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q on Sunday at OUC
Park/Camp Down, Windermere.
Prices are $125 for all three events; $80 for Saturday only; and $25
for Sunday only. Fees can be sent to West Orange Class Reunion,
P.O. Box 979, Oakland 34760.
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Foundation Academy's students experienced different parts of the state, the country and the world recently.
The high school students (above) toured Italy and Greece, the 8th-graders (above left) saw the sights in
Washington, D.C., and the 7th-grade classes (at left) attended Sea Camp at Big Pine Key. The junior class
(not pictured) spend a few days providing community service at the West Orange Christian Service Cen-
ter in Ocoee then traveled to south Florida's Palm Beach Atlantic University to experience Christian college
life.


From Winter Garden to the world and back


Not all learning takes place in the classroom; and knowledge is not limit-
ed to specific skill sets learned from a textbook. Instead, a broader educa-
tion comes from a familiarity with not only the world, but our community
as well, and this leads to expanded understanding and awareness of our role
in them.
In a schoolwide effort to learn through personal experience, the secondary
students of Foundation Academy spent the week before spring break ex-
ploring ancient cultures, the marine biome, the nation's capital and the lo-
cal community.
As part of this cultural awareness week, the ruins of ancient Italy and
Greece came to life for a group of Foundation Academy high school stu-
dents. After an overnight flight to Rome, the students took a walking tour
through the narrow cobblestone streets to visit many of the most famous
sites, including the Roman Forum, Coliseum, Pantheon and the Trevi Foun-
tain. As is the custom at the fountain, the students threw coins over their
shoulders into the water to ensure their return to Rome.
The next day, the students visited Vatican City and explored St. Peter's Cathe-
dral and the exquisite ceilings of the Sistine Chapel. Rain dampened the ex-
ploration of Pompeii, but following an overnight ferry ride to Greece, the stu-
dents surveyed the ancient ruins of Olympia. Later, they climbed to the top
of Agamemnon's mountaintop walled fortress, investigated the Plaka district
of Athens and climbed to the Parthenon, found the seat o the oracle at Del-
phi and walked in St. Paul's footsteps at Ephesus and Corinth.


Not wanting to limit their trip to ancient rocks, the group took in the scenic
beauty of the Greek countryside, covered in orange trees, olive groves and
bright red poppies growing wild on the roadside. The taste of Greek food was
a treat with new dishes like Mousaka and more traditional ones such as a Greek
salad served under an ivy-covered trellis in a quaint Greek village.
The students were impressed with the friendliness of the Greek people
and the hospitality they extended. Some of the students concluded their Eu-
ropean trip with a cruise among the Greek Islands. The unsett over beauti-
ful Santorini was breathtaking, they agreed.
Foundation's high school students travel to Europe about every three years.
While the high-schoolers were in Greece, the eighth-grade students visit-
ed the nation's capital. They toured Washington, D.C.'s monuments; saw a
Marine Corps drill team; and visited the Florida Embassy House, Mount
Vernon, Ford's Theater, the National Cathedral and the Smithsonian Insti-
tution. Later, they laid a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Ar-
lington National Cemetery.
The students even experienced something Florida doesn't get: four inch-
es of snow. This annual eighth-grade trip is one of the highllights of middle
school at Foundation Academy.
Not to be left out, the seventh-grade students traveled to Sea Camp in Big
Pine Key. Seventh-graders have been traveling to this camp for about 10
years now, and many people agree it is the best trip the students take. The
children and parents who attended w witnessed first-hand the dedication to the .


education of youth in marine science. The students experienced shark and
squid anatomy, an algae lab and mangrove ecology; and went snorkeling
with the fish on the coral reefs.
The junior class at Foundation had the opportunity to spend two days in
community service with the West Orange Christian Service Center in Ocoee,
They helped host and serve at the volunteer appreciation luncheon. The
school seeks to guide its students into a lifetime of service to others, and
service to the community is one of the school's commitments.
Throughout the year, the youth are involved in schoolwide, group and stu-
dent projects. The individual service is to organizations such as Second Har-
vest Food Bank, the YMCA, Food For Families or Edgewood Children's
Ranch. But some of the students have gone as far away as Africa to build or-
phanages for AIDS victims and others to Slidell, La., to rebuild a youth
ranch bungalow damaged in Hurricane Katrina.
Most of the service, though, is here in the local community, even work-
ing on downtown projects for the Winter Garden History Center.
After helping at the Christian Service Center, the students traveled to south
Florida and visited Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach to
experience a taste of Christian college life.
The mission at Foundation Academy is to build foundations for life -
foundations rich in cultural experiences, hands-on learning and community
involvement. This special week before spring break is just one of the ways
the school strives for this goal.


Lance Bower was the winner for Best Muscle Car in the Spring Fling
Car Show.


Blindfolds on the participants made good table manners impossible at
the eating contest.


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Students model the latest fashion trend at OHS outfits made from
newspaper for Spring Fling Week.


A big crowd attended the Ocoee High Car Show, which was held in
the courtyard.


Student Deborah
Show.


Souverain is the winner of the Newspaper Fashion


Spring Fling Week at Ocoee
The Ocoee High Student Govern- Crowds attended the first Ocoee
ment Association recently hosted its High Car Show, which was an
Spring Fling Week. Students partic- evening event where more than 75
ipated in games and activities dur- cars competed in seven categories.
ing lunch shifts. Highlights included Student Maricruz Aguiar was the
an eating contest, tug-of-war, dodge- show's overall winner with her yel-
ball and the Newspaper Fashion low Corvette that has her portrait
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Sports


West Orange ace Daley Cox fires a pitch during last week's district
'tournament.

Warriors fall in district baseball semi-final


One of the best baseball seasons in
school history came to an end last week
for West Orange High.
The Warriors fell to East Ridge 4-3
in last Thursday's Class 6A District 4
semi-finals to finish the season with a
25-2 record.
West Orange got on the scoreboard
in the third inning with Blake Dieterich


knocking in a run, followed by a 2-
RBI single by Daniel Mogg.
The Warriors seemed poised to ad-
vance to the finals with ace Daley Cox
protecting a 3-0 lead and pitching a 1-
hitter in the fifth inning. Things sud-
denly fell apart, though, after an error
and four weak singles with runners on
base gave East Ridge the lead for good.


Lake Cane to host
Orlando Tennis
Open Tourney
Lake Cane Tennis Center on
Turkey Lake Road and MG Tennis
will host the Orlando Tennis Open
May 17-20. The entry deadline is Fri-
day, May 11. Prize money offered is
$1,500 for the winner, $500 for a fi-
nalist and $275 for the semi-finalist
(men's division) and $1,000 for the
winner, $400 for the finalists and $175
for semi-finalists (women's division).
The registration fee to be included
with the application is $55, and there
are draw spaces for 128 men and 64
women.
Entry selection is based on rank-
ing, and an alternate list will be avail-
able.
For more information, contact tour-
nament director Molly O'Brien at
407-254-9170 or Molly@mgten-
nis.com.
Lake Cane Tennis Center is locat-
ed at 5108 Turkey Lake Road, Or-
lando.

Windermere Bobcats
football and
cheerleading to meet
The Windermere Bobcats will hold
an informational meeting for anyone
interested in participating in the
youth football and cheerleading
league.
The Bobcats are members of the
AAU and Mid-Florida Football Con-
ference. Teams are available for chil-
dren ages 4-14.
The meeting will take place Thurs-
day, May 10, at 6 p.m. in the Thorne-
brooke Elementary School library.
The president of the Mid-Florida
Football Conference will be present
to answer questions.
For more information, log onto the
team Web site www.windermere-
bobcats.com or call Ron and Laura
McCoy at 407-760-5103.


Predators win USSSA baseball state title


Olympia crushes DP for district baseball title


The Titans are the District 5 cham-
pions. Olympia defeated rival Dr.
Phillips 13-2 in last Friday night's
district championship baseball game.
Brett Butler went 4-for-4 with 3
RBIs to again lead the offense. But-
ler was a combined 9-for-12 at the
plate throughout the tournament.
Michael Grimes added another 3
RBIs against DP. Brad Miller, Nick
Kikuchi and Chris Taladay also con-
tributed with their bats.
Austin Steele closed out the game
by pitching the final four innings with
5 strikeouts.
Coach Randy O'Neal said he re-
ceived outstanding performances
from his starting pitchers last week.
Taylor Hammond threw seven score-


less innings with 5 strikeouts vs.
Boone. Ryan Countryman had five
scoreless innings with g strikeouts
against Gateway.
Olympia's record stood at 18-9 fol-
lowing the district tournament. The Ti-
tans were set to host Vero Beach on
Tuesday afternoon for the regional
playoffs.
In other Olympia sports news, the
varsity boys and girls track teams
competed last week in the regional
championships. The Lady Titans
placed 5th out of 36 schools, while
the boys team finished 20th.
Whitney Jones qualified for the
state meet in both the 100 (4th) and
300 hurdles (3rd) with personal-best
and school-record times. Frances


Daniels also qualified for state with
a 3rd-place finish. Jerica Maness was
regional runner-up in the 400m with
a personal-best and school-record
time.
Jones, Maness, Kristen Webley and
Shannon Baker teamed up to finish re-
gional runners-up in the girls 4x400
relay.
Dexter Miller was the only mem-
ber of Olympia's boys team to qual-
ify for state, setting new personal and
school records.
The Titans compete in the state
championships this Saturday, May
5, at Showalter Field in Winter Park.
The meet begins at 1 p.m. with pre-
lims starting at 4 p.m. and finals set
for 7 p.m.


Warrior water polo honors seniors
The West Orange High varsity boys and girls water polo teams said farewell to its seniors last month. Gath-
ered on Senior Night are (1-r) Judy Updike, David Updike, Jennifer Updike (2-year letterman), Andy Palmer
(3-year letterman), Teresita Palmer, Kim Smith, Kenny Smith (4-year letterman), Phyllis Smith and Ken
Smith, Sr.


The Central Florida Predators, a not-
for-profit youth baseball club, won the
USSSA state tournament in Leesburg.
The Predators entered the state tour-
nament poised for success, having won
the USSSA Knight Time Spring Spec-
tacular tournament in March.
Head Coach Gary Nuss handed the
ball to pitcher Luke Lauterbock for the
opening game against the Orlando
Chaos. Lauterbock went the distance
in the 7-3 win. Ryan Bennett made a
key sacrifice bunt and C.J. Robinson
provided timely hitting.
In game 2 of pool play, Dalton Kel-
ly pitched well enough to win, but the
Predators couldn't overcome the Bre-


vard Blue Sox in a 3-2 defeat. Will
Resnik pitched for a complete-game
9-1 victory in the team's following
game. Tyler Timmons led the offense
with 2 hits.
The Predators took advantage of the
long ball in their semi-final victory
over Team Launch Pad. Garrett Nuss
pitched for the win, while Chance
Coleman had a home run and Nick
Galipeau sealed, the game with a grand
slam.
Matt Oset (9 strikeouts in 5 innings)
pitched the game of his life in the
championship game vs. the Osceola
Pilots. Leading 9-3, Evan Challenger
provided heads-up base running and


Tad Daughtry made several key de-
fensive plays.
In the top of the seventh inning, the
Predators clung to a 9-6 lead as Osce-
ola loaded the bases with only 1 out.
Predators reliever Brian Anderson se-
cured the title by striking out the final
two batters.
The Predators would like to thank
coaches Gary Nuss, Dan Oset, Jeff
Kelley and Brad Cundall, along with
all the team parents for their time, ef-
fort and support. For information on
sponsoring the Central Florida Preda-
tors, contact John Resnik at 407-298-
2928 or by e-mail at resnikl@bell-
south.net.


Senior Day at Ocoee High
The Ocoee High varsity baseball team honored its seniors last week. Gathered on the field are (1-r) Cory
Roach, Stephen Pyles, Head Coach Eric Entrekin, Joel Torres, Cameron Buckles and Cory Bernstine.


Celebrating with their USSSA state championship trophy are Central Florida Predators players and coach-
es (1-r): kneeling, Ryan Bennett, Tyler Timmons, Garrett Nuss, Luke Lauterbock, Evan Challenger, Matt Oset;
standing, Coach Jeff Kelley, Chance Coleman, Dalton Kelley, Head Coach Gary Nuss, Tad Daughtry, Nick
Gallipeau, C.J. Robinson, Will Resnik, Brian Anderson, Coach Brad Cundall and Coach Dan Oset.


Falcons to host playoff game Saturday at WOHS


The Orange County Falcons will
host their first-round game of the
Southeastern Football League (SEFL)
playoffs this Saturday at West Or-
ange High's Raymond Screws Field.
The Falcons enter the playoffs as
the conference's No. 2 seed and will
take on the No. 3-seeded Broward
Raiders. The Falcons are looking to


avenge last year's playoff loss to the
Raiders. Kickoff this Saturday is set
for 7 p.m.
Twelve Falcons were named to the
SEFL All-Star roster last week, in-
cluding seven offensive and five de-
fensive players. Wide receiver
Cantrell Rogers led all Falcons in
votes, followed by quarterback An-


thony Smith. Defensive end Horace
Cannady, Jr. led the defense in votes
received.
They were joined on the all-star
team by fellow Falcons Demetrius
Cox, Demetric Love, Tralane Wright,
Rick Ringer, Cory Bryant, Reginald
McCartha, Herb Alderman, Geovan-
ny Ingles and LeBrun Alexis.


DPHS football to host golf tournament fund-raiser


The Dr. Phillips High football
program will host its inaugural golf
tournament fund-raiser this Sunday,
May 6, at Celebration Golf Club.
The event will begin at 8 a.m. with


a shotgun start. A field of 144
golfers is anticipated, so participants
are encouraged to register early.
Proceeds from the tournament
will benefit the DPHS football pro-


gram.
For more information, contact
Jamie Weiss, director of DP foot-
ball operations, at 407-808-9725 or
weissj2@ocps.net.


OARS wins Orlando meet
The Orlando Area Rowing Society (OARS) women's varsity 8 team (above) won the Orlando City Cham-
pionship last week, beating out Winter Park, Lyman, Power Ten, Boone, Edgewater and Lake Brantley by
fractions of a second. The OARS women's second 8, second 4 and novice 8 teams also placed 1st in their
events. The entire OARS team of more than 100 rowers will compete soon at the state event in Tampa and
at the regional competition in South Carolina. Celebrating with their medals are women's varsity 8 team-
mates (1-r): kneeling, Leigha Miceli; middle row, Chelsey Green, Kaley Tierney, Alex Miller, Ansley Ar-
daman; back row, Morgan Kelley, Emily Clonts, Petra Dojcsak and Kristi Roblin.


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DP baseball falls to Titans, qualifies for regionals


Runner-up at Slug-A-Rama
The O-Town Warriors of O-Town Sports Center and Academy in Winter Garden brought home tb runner-
up trophy from the Slug-A-Rama AAU baseball tournament. The Warriors competed against 34 111 teams
from across the state. Celebrating with their trophy and medals are (1-r): front row, Harrison WlIer, Tyler
Hartman, Austin Shea, Jason Gise, Jonah Garrison, Andy Skinner; middle row, Bryan Coley, Grason Hen-
derson, Cameron Hoffarth, Brandeh Murray, Thomas Headley,, Mikey Jenks; back row, Manger Cory
Shea, Coach Larry Garrison, O-Town owner and director Dennis Forbes and Coach Tom Heacqy.


Foundation wins track and field meet
The National Training Center in Clermont hosted its 1st private school elementary track and fieldneet last
month. Foundation Academy sent 75 students in grades 3-5 to compete in the event. Foundatiorstudents
(above) celebrate the school's 1st place overall finish with 30 gold, 20 silver and 15 bronze mecls.


The Dr. Phillips High varsity base-
ball team's hot streak ended with a 13-
2 loss to rival Olympia in the District
5 championship game. As district
runner-up, though, DP qualified for
the regional state playoffs. Dr.
Phillips was set to play Tuesday af-
ternoon at No. 1-ranked Melbourne.
The Panthers played the role of gi-
ant killers for much of last week's
district tournament.
DP took its 11-16 season record
into the district semi-final and
knocked off top-seeded Timber Creek
(23-4) by the score of 6-1,
Carlos Morales knocked in Matt
Koch for the game's first run. Vin-
nie Perrotti followed with another
RBI that brought home Ricky
Schwarz. In the fifth inning, DP ex-
tended its lead thanks to Bradley Hut-
ton, Reilly Anderson, Blake Kum-
mer, Yacson Vazquez and Shawn
Haggerty. Wilkes pitched a complete
game victory to put the Panthers in the
district final vs. Olympia.
The Panthers opened their district
tournament with a 5-3 victory over
Freedom last week. Sophomore
Phillip Weidman took the hill and al-
lowed only 3 runs in five innings of
work.
DP fell behind 3-0 but fought back.
Trailing by 1 run in the sixth inning,
Morales drove in the tying run with
a 2-out double. Kummer followed
with the game-winning RBI single
that scored Morales.
Haggerty pitched the sixth inning
to pick up the victory, in addition to
going 2-for-3 at the plate. Wilkes
came on in relief in the seventh in-
ning and slammed the door on Free-
dom.
Quarterback Summer Jenkins (19-
for-25 passing) threw 2 touchdowns
and rushed for 3 more as the Lady
Panther varsity flag football team
crushed Osceola 33-0 in last week's
district tournament semi-final at
DPHS.
Markia Mobley stood out on both
sides of the ball with 3 receptions,
including a 57-yard touchdown, plus
3 pulls and an interception on de-
fense. Sandra Fernandez had 4 re-
ceptions with a touchdown, while
Lisa Vinson caught 5 passes and fin-
ished with 3 pulls on defense.
The Lady Panthers (9-4) fell short
of winning their fourth straight district
championship with a 13-7 loss to
Harmony in the finals.
After more than three scoreless


Prolo by Brendan Webley
The Dr. Phillips High varsity boys volleyball team hosted Olympia last
week on Senior Night. The Panthers swept the rival Titans and noy
look ahead to Saturday's district championships.
quarters of play, Jenkins ran for a The J.V. Panthers closed out their
touchdown to up DP up 7-0 with four season with a victory over West Oil-
minutes remaining. Harmony re- ange to finish at 9-3 on the season.
sponded, though, by tying the game Lula led the way with 8 digs and
on the following drive. On DP's en- kills. Onderick had 13 assists.
suing possession, Harmony blocked Congratulations to DP varsity girl
a punt and recovered inside Panther lacrosse players Kirsten Suomi,
territory. With 10 seconds remain- Kristin Brewer and Rachel Vez fc
ing, Harmony connected for a game- being named to the All-District Fir t
winning, 15-yard touchdown pass. Team in the team's first year of e-
The Panther varsity boys volley- istence. Teammates Eryn Ivey an
ball team improved to 21-3 as they Jessie Resnick received honorable
swept West Orange last week. Victor. mentions.
Callado recorded 12 kills and 6 digs, The Panther varsity boys track
while Tanner Wright added 8 kills team finished sixth out of 34 teams At
and 8 digs. last week's regional championship
DP will seek its second consecu- meet. Embry Peeples (100m), the
tive district championship this Sat- 4x100 relay team (Peeples, Marvin
urday, May 5, when the Panthers play Ford, Damion Allen, Lo Wood) and
at Olympia vs. Cypress Creek in the the 4x400 relay team (Curtis Hug-
-semi-finals. gins, Allen, Ricardo Miller, Peeples)
The Panthers celebrated Senior all qualified for the state finals. Out-
Night earlier last week with a 25-13, standing performances were also
25-13, 25-17 victory over rival turned in by Clay Lee (triple jump),
Olympia. Marcos Waissmann led the Allen (400m), Chris Warren (high
way with 22 kills and 6 blocks, jump) and Huggins (hurdles). The
Wright finished with 10 kills and 12 DP varsity girls track team's 4x800
digs, and Fuad Nasib added 10 service relay finished seventh overall.
points. Congratulations to Katrina Keirst-
The DP junior varsity boys vol- ed of the DP varsity fastpitch soft-
leyball team cruised to a 25-16, 19- ball team for receiving All-Metro
25, 15-13 win over rival Olympia last Conference honors.: Keirsted posted
week. Nick Onderick handed out 16 a team-high .479 batting average
assists, Ryan Cantu had 9 kills and 5 while striking out only once in 81 at-
aces and Lucas Lula finished with 10 bats. Teammate Susie Stimmel re-
digs and 4 aces. ceived an honorable mention.


Burkert wins regional track
championshipfor Ocoee High
Alyssa Burkert led Ocoee High's before districts, and these girls stepped
varsity boys and girls track and field up at the right time as the district run-
teams last week, setting a new school ner-up moving into the regional play-
record while winning the regional offs."
championship in the 1,600m event. The Knight varsity baseball team
Burkert also finished runner-up in the lost to University 12-2 in the first
3,200m race. She will compete in both round of last week's district tourna-
events this Saturday, May 5, at the, ment. Rashid Mitchell had 2 hits,
state finals meet at Winter Park's while Ram Mitchell, Bobby Garver,
Showalter Field. Cameron Buckles and C.J. Depalma all
Ocoee's Lutrisha Altidor also qual- had hits. Ocoee finished the season
ified for the state.meet by placing 3rd with an 11-15 record.
in the.400m at last week's regional Peterson Raymond had 5 blocks,
championship meet. Charlie Vasquez dished out 20 assists
Christopher Duncan set. a new and Seth Blum totaled'18 digs as the
school record on his way to placing ,Ocoee \'olle ball team look on Edge-
5th in the 800m. Whitney Brown fin- water last %eek. The varsity boys vol-
ished 8th in the shot put, and Shan- le.ball team lost 25-21. 21-25. 25-17,
non Jelonek placed among the top 16 25-20. \\ hi Ie the junior varsity boys
in the high jump. volleyball team went down 25-11, 25-
The Lady Knights' 4x800 relay 16.
team of Ashley Duncan, Tiffany Tay- The Ocoee cheerleading squad will
lor, Altidor and Burkert took home hold tryouts for grades 9-11 on May
6th place, while the boys 4x400 relay 8-11 from 6-8 p.m. each day.
team of Miguel Gilmore, Deudonne Ocoee High hosted its Senior Ath-
Monplasir, Ben Lagrand and Abra- lete Awards ceremony last week.
ham Walker placed 13th. Taking home awards were: senior
Members of the Ocoee varsity boys male athlete Miguel Gilmore (foot-
and girls track teams have been named ball, track); senior female athlete -
to both the Central Florida and state Dominique Smith (softball); senior
track and field honor rolls. scholar male athlete Cory Bernstine
Christopher Duncan made both lists (baseball); senior scholar female ath-
for the 800m and 1,600m events, lete Amanda Dagiau (soccer);
while Burkert was recognized for the Army Reserve scholar male athlete
800m, 1,600m and 3,200 races. Also, Adam Flanigan (football); Army
the girls 4x800 relay team of Ashley ,Reserve scholar female athlete -
Duncan, Taylor, Altidor and Burkert Keara Ziegerer (soccer).
was named to both honor rolls. Ocoee High will host its spring
The Ocoee varsity fastpitch soft- sports banquet on Monday, May 7,
ball team's run through the state play- at 6 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Ath-
offs came to an end last week. The letes may attend for free while par-
Lady Knights fell to Winter Springs 11- ents and guests must pay $5 admis-
1 in the regional quarterfinals. sion.
Miranda Isbell had 2 hits and For more information, contact Ath-
Ocoee's lone RBI, while Dominique letic Director Bill Chambers at 407-
Smith added a hit in the loss. Ocoee fin- 905-3006 or chambew @ocps.net.
ished the season with a 16-12 record. Ocoee High's Subway Athletes of
"I wish we would have played bet- the Week for April 23-27 are -
ter tonight, but despite this loss, I am Rashid Mitchell (baseball), Mandi
still very proud of what this team has Fraleigh (softball), Christopher Dun-
accomplished this season," said Ocoee can (boys track), Lutrisha Altidor
Head Coach Sue North. "We only (girls track) and Seth Blum (boys vol-
have two seniors and lost two starters leyball).



Central Florida fastpitch softball
camp this summer
The University of Central (June 18-19) and pitching-
Florida will host the Central catching (June 20-21).
Florida Fastpitch Camp in For more information, call
June. Tracy Riepenhoff at 407-823-
The camp will be offered in 4298 or log onto the Web site
three sessions residential www.centralfloridafastpitch-
(June 10-13), offense-defense camp.com.


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Golf


Health Central
Foundation plans
Golf Tournament
June 4
Health Central Foundation
will hold its annual golf tour-
nament Monday, June 4, at
Keene's Pointe on the Gold-
en Bear Club course. The
event will begin with a shot-
gun start at 8:30 a.m. Pro-
ceeds from the tournament
will benefit the elderly resi-
dents of Health Central Park
in Winter Garden and stu-
dents receiving care through
the Health Central School
Nurse Program.
For more information, to
become a sponsor and to reg-
ister, call Ana Fernandez at
407-296-1837.



Golfing Fore Autism
Tournament set for
June 9 at OCN
The Autism and Related Disabili-
ties Gym Program Inc. and the Jim
Beech Rec Center are planning the
third annual 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, water and cigars, lunch buffet,
range balls, golf, cart rental, mango-
scented towel service and a personal-
ized 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, $250 and $500 and include var-
ious signage, advertising and player
entry 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 Re-
lated Disabilities Gym Program,. a
non-profit 501(c)3 organization.


Doc Rivers Celebrity
Invitational to benefit
Shepherd's Hope
The annual Doc Rivers Celebrity
Golf Tournament is set for the Villas
of Grand Cypress Golf Resort on July
20. The community is invited to reg-
ister to play. For more information,
call 407-876-6699, Ext. 5. The tour-
nament will benefit Shepherd's Hope,
a system of clinics to help the unin-
sured and underinsured individuals in
Central Florida.


Errol Estates CC to sponsor junior golf camp sessions


Errol Estate Country Club will offer
four one-week junior golf camp ses-
sions this summer for children ages 7-
12.
Camp sessions are June 4-8, 11-15,
18-22 and 25-29.
Program hours are 9 a.m. to noon
each day with an awards lunch on Fri-
day. The cost is $150 per child, if reg-
istered by May 19 and $175 from May
20 to the May 31 deadline. There is a
$50 discount for the second child in
the family.

West Orlando Baptist
Golf Tournament May
The teenagers of West Orlando Bap-
tist Church are raising funds to attend the
Youth Alive Summer Camp in Ten-
nessee and are planning a benefit golf
tournament May 19 at Sanctuary Ridge
Golf Club in Clermont (formerly Dia-
mond Players Club).
The entry fee for the four-person
scramble tournament is $60 per person
and includes greens fee, cart rental,
range balls and hot buffet lunch. Each
player will also receive a bounce-back
coupon for a future reduced-rate round
of golf. Prizes include a free round of golf
for the first-, second- and third-place
teams. Mulligans 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, clos-


Gary Ellis in the club's director of
golf and Melissa Burton-Roberge is
the junior camp director and instructor.
Each participant will receive a camp
T-shirt and must provide his or her
own clubs. The program also includes
a golf exhibition by PGA Tour player
Bobby Gage.
The club is located at 1355 Errol
Pkwy., Apopka. For more information
and to register, call the golf shop at
407-886-3363 or Roberge at 832-279-
8776.

plans Youth Alive
19 at Sanctuary Ridge
' est-to-the-pin, longest drive and a
putting contest. Festivities include raf-
fles and door prizes.
Sponsorships are available for $100,
$200, $300 and'$500 and include var-
ious player entries and signage. The en-
try and sponsorship deadline is May 10.
Proceeds from the event will be used
to help church youth attend the camp
at Tennessee Temple University in
Chattanooga.
The church is located at 1006 E.
Crown Point Road, Ocoee.
For more information or to register,
call Sharon Woollet at 407-877-3273
or Brian Woollet at 407-733-1526. Reg-
istration forms are available online at
www.westorlandobc.org (youth min-
istry/activities).


Stoneybrook West Golf Club plans
summer junior golf camp sessions


Stoneybrook West Golf Club in
Winter Garden will sponsor six junior
golf camp sessions this summer. Chil-
dren ages 7-17 are invited to partici-
pate in the three-day programs.
Stoneybook assistant pro Kris
Crabbendam, a certified golf instruc-
tor who has taught junior golf clinics
at the club for three years, is the pro-
gram instructor. Also participating in
the program is Dr. Jean Harris, a
LPGA master professional, who was
recently named the LPGA Southeast
Section Teacher of the Year.
Program dates are June 4-6 (ages
7-12), June 11-13 (ages 13-17), June
18-20 (ages 7-12), July 9-11 (ages 7-
12), July 16-18 (ages 13-17) and July
23-25 (ages 7-12). Program hours are


10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the cost is $150
per session.
Instruction includes a tour of the
golf course facility, procedures for ar-
ranging tee times, hitting balls on the
range, putting, chipping, skills com-
petition, pitching, bunker play, full
swing, short game, lunch, rules, eti-
quette, camp shirt and on-course play.
Prizes will be awarded for course
play. Juniors will play a scramble
event, and each will receive an ID card
for 50 percent discount for range balls
and play for free with a paying adult.
For more information and to regis-
ter, call 407-877-8533 or send an e-
mail to info@stoneybrookgolf.com.
The club is located at 15501 Towne
Commons Blvd.


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.com).


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Golden Bear Club hosts Ladies Championship
The Golen Bear Club at Keene's Pointe held its Ladies Club Cham-
pionshirApril 18-19. Fifteen women participated in the 18-hole divi-
sion, an 7 competed in the 9-hole division. Pictured are the winners
(I-r) Can Lazenby (low net, 18-hole division, 2nd flight), Marie Bentubo
(low netl 8-hole division, 1 st flight), Myra Murray (18-hole winner and
club chmapion) and Jean Polarolo (overall net champion, 18-hole di-
vision). lot pictured are Laurie Bratton (9-hole champion) and Ronna
Levy (ne champion, 9-hole division).


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Laurie 3ratton is the 9-hole
Keene'! Pointe Ladies Club
Champion.


Myra Murray is the 18-hole winner
of the Keene's Pointe Champi-
onship.


Golf tournament
to benefit Carson
Chorney Trust Fund
Stoneybrook West Golf Club will
host a golf tournament Saturday,
July 28, to benefit the Carson Chor-
ney Trust Fund.
Called the Courage for Carson
Golf Tournament, the benefit will
help defray medical costs for Car-
son's treatment for nueroblastoma
cancer. Carson, age 6, is currently
in the last major stage of a year-long
rigorous treatment for his cancer.
He and his family are residents in
the Stoneybrook West area.
The tournament will get under-
way at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start
and follow a four-person scramble
format. The entry fee is $75 per per-
son and includes golf, contests, silent
auction, prizes and a barbecue
lunch.
Volunteers, sponsors and dona-
tions of prizes and auction items are
needed. Sponsorships begin at $200.
To help, call Kathy Fitzpatrick at
407-654-4147 or contact her at
fkathy@cfl.rr.com.
To make a donation to the fund,
send a check payable to the Carson
Chorney Trust Fund to Kathy Fitz-
patrick, 15354 Pebble Ridge St.,
Winter Garden, FL 34787.


Harmony Golf Preserve
offers free lunch for
morning golf play
Harmony Golf Preserve, 7251 Five
Oaks Drive, in Harmony is offering
free lunch to golfers playing in the
morning.
Those playing before 11:59 a.m.
through May 28 will receive a free
lunch, range balls, bag tag, yardage
book, repair tool and tees as part of
their greens fee and cart rental.
The lunch includes any entr6e item
from the club's 19th hole menu that is
updated monthly at www.harmony-
golfpreserve.com under Greenside's
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Players already booked during this
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Thursday, May 3, 2007 The West Orange Times 5B




Schools


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Elderly 'guest'
The chorus department at Chain of
Lakes Middle participated in the Music
Performance Assessment (MPA) held
at Winter Park High recently. The stu-
dents performed two songs for three
judges and read music at first sight for
another judge.
A national standardized criteria is
used to judge choirs on tone quality,
technical preparation and musical ef-
fect. The ratings range from Superior
to Poor.
Chain of Lakes Combined Begin-
ning Choruses earned an Excellent.
The Combined Women's and Men's
Choruses earned a Superior. Both
choruses received a Superior for their
sight reading of music they had never
seen.
Every year the school's choral di-
rector, Yelitza Taylor, challenges her
students to go beyond the notes on
the page to a performance that touch-
es lives by singing with emotion. Her
challenge to her students at MPA this
year was to perform with energy and
enthusiasm, a task that required taking
a risk of looking "ridiculous" in their
own minds.
Taylor said that if at least one of the
judges commented on that quality then
she would make herself look ridicu-
lous in their honor.
One of the judges of the perfor-
mance said, "...The excitement of your
performance...a very dramatic group
with both pieces."
So in the students' honor, Taylor
dressed, walked and talked like a
sweet little old lady at school for an en-
tire day.


Yelitza Taylor, choral director at Chain of Lake Middle School, dress-
es as an old lady for the day to honor her students' efforts at the Mu-
sic Performance Assessment.


The 4th-grade class at Calvary Christian performs its Reader's Theater version of 'Winnie the Pooh' for chapel.
as the students prepare to go to FACCS Fine Arts Competition. Pictured are Leslie Gomez, Jacob Motes,
Louis Almanza, Dillan Hudson, David Diaz, Siri-Jacob Ramirez and Mrs. Bender.

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Oakland A venue Charter School held its 2nd annual Speech Contest recently. Students in each class wrote
a persuasive essay and presented it to their classmates. The winners went on to compete before a panel
of judges. Pictured are (1-r): (back row) Maura Wilson, 3rd grade; Indira Camacho and MacKenzie Hayes,
both 4th grade; Tucker Rayburn, 3rd grade; Jaymes Arbuckle, 5th grade; Elena Brazee, 3rd grade; Con-
nor Stanford, 4th grade, Kylie Opificius, 3rd grade; Jacari White, 5th grade; and Nicholas Merbach, 3rd
grade; and (front row) Briahna Evans, 3rd grade, honorable mention; Rjcardo Arocho, 5th grade, 3rd place;
Caleb Hernandez, 4th grade, second place; and Austin Sharman, 5th grade, 1st place.


Winners of the Modern Woodmen of America Oration Contest at Holy Family Catholic School are (I-r):
Rachel Bowden, 1st place; Sarah Clark, 2nd place; and Marilyn Smith, 3rd place. They are pictured with
Sister Dorothy Sayers, principal.


Speech contest
Students from Holy Family Catholic
School recently had the opportunity to
demonstrate their public speaking
skills. The seventh- and eighth-grade
speech finalists recently took part in
a contest sponsored by Modern


Woodmen of America.
Students shared their presentations
of the topic of "A Great American
Leader." The winners were Rachel
Bowden first place; Sarah Clark, sec-
ond place; and Marilyn Smith, third
place.


Each received a trophy and a gold
award pin. Their names will also be
engraved on the school's speech con-
test plaque. Pins were also given to
the next five finalists: Allison, Brady,
Stephani DioGuardi, Nicole Hajjar,
John Pisan and Cima Plus.


Rosa Cruz, daughter of Marcelino
and Amy Cruz of Ocoee, was se-
lected as Spring Lake Elemen-
tary's SOAR award-winner. She
has attended the school since
kindergarten. She was selected
for showing initiative, good citi-
zenship, commitment and per-
sonal growth in the classroom. She
has served on the Student Coun-
cil Yearbook staff and as a safety
patrol. Pictured is Cruz with Rob
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Montverde Academy's Team A took 1st place in the Lake Sumter Community College Mathlympics for the
2nd year in a row. Pictured are (l-r): Candace Dietrich (sponsor), Jin Kim, Hong Lee, Crimson Lee, Jamie
'Song and Arnaldo Carlo-Melendez (sponsor).


Mathlympics
Eight students from the Math Club
of the Upper School of Montverde
Academy and their sponsors, Can-
dace Dietrich and Arnaldo Carlo-Me-
lendez, recently participated in the
Lake Sumter Community College


Mathlympics.
There were nine schools repre-
sented with two teams each.
For the second consecutive year,
the academy took first place, with
Team A members Crimson Lee, Jin
Kim, Jamie Song and Hong Lee scor-


ing 359 points. Crimson Lee, Kim and
Song were members of last year's win-
ning team.
Montverde's second team with
members Huy Le, Tam Vu, Seon Ji
and Ha Le came in eighth place over-
all.


The Class of 2007 top 10 academic scholars at Ocoee High are: (front row) Cailyn Carroll, Amy Sims,
Keara Ziegerer, Hailong Shen (salutatorian), Firoz Umran and Deborah Dalmat; and (back row) Principal
Mike Armbruster, Cory Bernstine, Amanda Dagiau (valedictorian), David Skirvin (salutatorian) and Thomas
Dinardo (WDW Dreamer and Doer).


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Ocoee High Principal Mike Armbruster congratulates Amanda Dagiau was named Ocoee High School
Hailong Shen and David Skirvin, the school's salu- Class of 2007 valedictorian at a breakfast for the top
tatorians. 10 academic scholars for the senior class.


Mighty Knights
Ocoee High's Mighty Knights Pre-
Kindergarten Program is now accept-
ing VPK applications for the 2007-08
school year. Students must be 4 years
old by Sept. 1, 2007.
School hours for 2007-08 are 8:30
to 11:30 a.m. The program follows the
Orange County Public Schools cal-


endar. Applications are available on-
line at www.VPKflorida.org.
Registration will be held Wednes-
day, May 9, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Ocoee High, 1925 Ocoee Crown Point
Parkway. Interested parents must
bring the completed application and
the following items: photo ID, valid
Florida driver's license, proof of resi-


dence (lease, mortgage or tax ex-
emption card), proof of age (birth cer-
tificate), proof of current immuniza-
tions and a current physical exam
form. Incomplete applications cannot
be accepted.
' Parents will be notified by May 25 if
their child has been accepted into the
program.


The seniors at Central Florida Christian Academy had a very special night at the Junior-Senior Banquet.
The evening was filled with fun, food and entertainment at the Diamond Players Club in Clermont. The ju-
nior class presented each senior with a memory DVD that included pictures from the past year. Special guest
speaker was Marcio Pacheco, the high school youth leader of Adrenaline. Musical entertainment was pro-
vided by singer David Calvert, who has opened for Audio Adrenaline. Pictured are (1-r): (back row) Kristi Noah,
Joy Williams, Kristin Markle, Christiane Updike, Kristin Luker, Chuck Martin, Kris Clark, Daniel Baker, Chris
Koch and Kailey Wingerter; (middle row) Tia Phicil, Porscha Valentine, Drew Bedurah, Travis Tewson,
Jesse Crandall, Taylor Rapp, Amanda Watson, Michele Fuertsch, Alexis Smith, Magen Beliveau, Mallory
Wells and Eric Iglesias; and (front row) Daniel Garner, Michael Nguyen, Andrew Burris, Warren Gibbs,
Frank Guerrein, David Baker and Alex Morehead.

LSCC's Kids' College is registering children for summer fun


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For the 19th consecutive year, Kids'
College at Lake-Sumter Community
College is providing an opportunity
for children ages 7-17 to explore var-
ious topics, make new friends and fa-
miliarize themselves with a college
campus.
Many students return year after
year, volunteer as high schoolers and
then pursue their associate's degree.
Last year 973 students attended.
Two two-week programs are avail-
able in Clermont or Leesburg. The
Clermont sessions run July 9-19 and
July 23-Aug. 2 at Lost Lake Elemen-


tary School. .
Morning sessions are from 9 a.m.
to 12:15 p.m., and afternoon sessions,
run from 12:45 to 4 p.m. The cost is
$80 for eight half days or $160 for
eight full days. There is no cost for
high school volunteers to attend, but
a three-hour orientation is mandato-
ry on May 16.
Second- through seventh-graders
can choose fitness-oriented classes
(soccer, basketball, tennis, baton,
cheerleading, Tae Kwon Do and
archery) or classes in the fine arts
(dance, crafts, ceramics, songwriting


and acting).
Academic offerings feature com-
puter classes, writing, business, ge-
ometry and science. Other choices are
Harry Potter, Game Show Trivia, Kids
in the Kitchen and a sewing class
called Beads, Bags and Bows.
Eighth-graders are offered a lead-
ership program, and high school vol-
unteers receive 75 hours of volunteer
service credits.
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Thursday, May 3, 2007 The West Orange Times 7B


DPES student wins top 5th-grade
honors in state essay contest


Daniel Chbane, a student at Dr.
Phillips Elementary School, was the
fifth-grade state winner in an essay
contest sponsored by the American
Eagle & Literacy Challenge
Disney Channel's Hannah Mon-
tana stars Emily "Lily" Osment and
Mitchel "Oliver" Mhtsso were the
featured speakers at the AE&LC
National Kickoff held recently at
Downtown Disney.
Students from 50 Florida eagle-
mascot elementary schools were
present to challenge the nation to
match Florida's goal. During the
ceremony, Chbane read his essay
aloud.
The three-part goal includes pro-
claiming June 20 American Eagle
Day, which is the date in 1782 that
the eagle was selected as the na-
tional emblem; competing in an es-
say contest entitled "How Reading
Makes Me a Better American"; and
raising funds and awareness for the
American eagle and literacy by get-
ting books to kids ages 2 and 3
across the nation. Florida has al-
ready completed the three-part goal.
Chbane, along with the other five


Dr. Phillips Elementary 5th-grader
Daniel Chbane reads his essay at
the American Eagle & Literacy
Challenge National Kickoff at
Downtown Disney.

state essay winners and the 143
semi-finalists, participated in a
book-signing prior to the kick-off.


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Caitlyn Griffin, a 3rd-grader at Windermere Prep, spent a day recent-
ly as 'Librarian for the Day.' Her parents, Colin and Eve, won her the
honor at the WPS Gala Auction. She paired up with media specialist
Helene Valentine and performed all of the duties of librarian. Pictured
is Caitlyn (at right) checking out a book to kindergarten student Riley
Nowicki. She also shelved books, stamped new books, checked books
in and out and even renewed books for students. By the end of the
day, she was performing all the duties of a librarian efficiently.


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Dedication ceremony
Tildenville Elementary recently cel-
ebrated the official opening of its
doors with a special dedication cere-
mony. Principal Vertis Lane is very
proud of the hard work of her staff and
students in preparation for the cere-,
mony.
"Growing Our World" was the theme
of the day and has become the foun-
dation of curriculum and community
focus for the campus. The theme has
six tiers: academic rigor, personal re-
sponsibility, healthy living, parent and
community, preserving our environ-
ment and global understanding.
Student contributions included a
handmade quilt, a bird bath, stepping
stones showcasing each tier of the
theme, a new garden in front of the
school and positive bumper messages
in the parking lot.
Many dignitaries took time to share
the dedication festivities, including
Jack Quesinberry, Winter Garden
mayor; Jim Martin, School Board, Dis-
trict 7; Ron Blocker, Orange County
Public Schools superintendent; Dr.
Rosita Riley, West Learning Commu-
nity area superintendent; and Jim
Swan, Kissimmee mayor.
Special recognition was also given
to the many hands that helped to build


Tildenville Elementary recently held the official dedication of its new facility.


and design the school. Although many
important people attended, none were
more important than the students. The
dedication service was very much stu-


dent-centered. The Orff Ensemble
and the chorus performed.'
After the ribbon-cutting ceremony,
lunch was provided for all guests. Ev-


eryone was given hand-crafted flow-
ers, personalized chocolate bars and
engraved ink pens to commemorate
the event.


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Windermere Elementary held its annual Spring Carnival recently in
conjunction with the Windermere Rotary Festival Among the Lakes.
Silent auction baskets raised more than $7,590 in support of the school
nurse. Pictured are Sabine Woy, who helped organize the baskets;
Lisa Anderson, who sold the WES spirit wear; and Marsha Rabito,
committee chair of the Spring Carnival.


Spring Carnival
Windermere Elementary recently
held its annual Spring Carnival. It was
part of the Windermere Rotary Festi-
val Among the Lakes held at Camp
Down.
Everyone had fun running through
the obstacle course, slipping down
the huge side, enjoying a ride, com-
peting in a contest or eating a hot dog.
The bands and a deejay provided mu-
sic.
New to the carnival this year were


the silent auction baskets. Each WES
class created a basket with donations
from the families. Several baskets
were donated by sponsors such as
FastTracKids, Tastefully Simple and
Windermere Fine Art. Altogether
there was more than $13,000 worth
of merchandise in the baskets.
The baskets raised $7,592.40 to
support the school nurse at WES. A big
thank-you goes to Kim Frazier and
Sabine Woy, who organized the silent
auction baskets.


Members of the Winter Garden Fire Department visited the First United Methodist Learning Center recently
and talked to the preschool children about fire safety.


Nigel Jones is this year's Dream-
er and Doer for Citrus Elementary
School. He was chosen by his
teachers because he demon-
strates all 4 of the characteristics:
connecting with adults, constructive
use of free time, character devel-
opment and compassion.


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


Marjorie Roundtree (right), the Maxey Elementary school nurse, re-
ceives an automated external defibrillator from Martha Lopez-Ander-
son from the organization called 'Saving Young Hearts.' The donation
was made possible by a sponsorship from Aggressive Appliances.


The Family Christian School kindergarten class had a time of adventure, fun and learning at Gatorland re-
cently. Pictured are (1-r): Meagan Broedel, Chloe McLean, Lexi Mills, Lindsey Newsom and Julianna Wright.


Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange County Head Start pro-
gram is enrolling preschoolers ages
3-5. Parents can register at 407-654-
5161.


Winter Garden library
The Winter Garden Library has
programs for children on Wednes-
days. Tiny Tales is presented at
10:15 a.m. to infants from birth to
18 months. Toddler Time is at


programs for children
10:45 a.m. .for children 18-36
months. Storybook Fun for those
ages 3-5 is at 11:15 a.m.
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Research presentations
Students at Humphreys Junior
High have been writing research
papers and presenting them to the
class. Ethan Chong became inter-
ested in Joshua Lawrence Cham-
berlain after researching works of
art for an essay two years ago.
Mort Kunstler's painting "Cham-
berlain's Charge" and the movie,
Gods and Generals, inspired him
to learn more about the Union hero.
In fifth grade, Ethan wrote about
Maine, where Chamberlain was
from. For his presentation on
Chamberlain this year, he brought
a counted cross stitch design his
mother is working on. It's a repro-
duction of Kunstler's painting and
was designed by teacher Ceil
Humphreys, whose sister owns the
Posy Collection, which produced
the kit.
Ethan is homeschooled by his
mom and attends classes at
Humphreys Junior High one day a
week at Pine Ridge Church in the
MetroWest area.
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Ceil Humphreys and Ethan Chong display 'Chamberlain's Charge' cross
stitch at Humphreys Junior High. Chong chose the Union hero for his re-
search paper.


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Thornebrooke Elementary had 2 1st-grade winners in the city of Ocoee's
Drawing Contest for Water Conservation. Pictured are Audrey Stoltz and
Jacob Heichel with their teacher, Mrs. Fitzpatrick.


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Love, Mom and Dad


Happy Birthday,

Tyler!
Love, Mom and Dad


The theme for Lake Whitney Elementary's annual field days was 'Extreme Science.' The 5th-grade Science
Club created rockets to launch as part of the opening activities. The club members are (1-r): (bottom row)
Dara Tisch, Daniel Villa, Jason Holden, Alexandra Hardigree, Jasmine Beyk, Brittany Rogers, Vanessa
Lavallette and Marco Bonfanti; and (2nd row) Peter Rose, Ryan Bui, Aaron Brisson, Macy Lanctot, Juan
Piedrahita, teacher Pat Whiffen, Zach Loudermilk, Michael Ott, Sam Janetzke and Michell Sylvester.


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Magnolia School recently held a luncheon to honor its Partners in Ed-
ucation, 1 of which is the West Orange Civitan Club. The Civitans vol-
unteer with the staff and students throughout the school year by par-
ticipating in activities, such as the OCPS Teach-In, teacher wish list
supply program and a recyclable aluminum can drive. Civitan mem-
bers attending the luncheon are (l-r): Bernice Long, Kelly Chambers and
Cindy Baker, club president. Robin Bell (standing), Magnolia assistant
principal, was 1 of the speakers at the luncheon.


Horse competition and open
The Florida Walking and Racking
Horse Association will host an open
house and working plantation horse
competition on May 19 at Darby Oaks
Stables in Bushnell.
Anyone interested in learning about
the Tennessee walking horse is en-
couraged to enjoy the day of clinics,
competitions and exhibitions. Local
equestrian Matthew McMurtrey will


house at Darby Oaks Stables
conduct a clinic covering versatility,
youth and pleasure classes. Equine
dentist Morgan Tucker will demon-
strate dental techniques. The day's ac-
tivities will begin at 10 a.m.
For more information or directions,
contact Diane McMurtrey at 407-877-
6924 or DMcmurt349@aol.com. Dar-
by Oaks Stables can be reached at 352-
568-2001.


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DPHS cast members of the group musical, 'Comfort and Joy' from 'Bat-
boy,' celebrate being awarded Critics' Choice for Large Group Musical
at the State Thespian Festival. Pictured are (I-r): (top row) Alexander
Oyen, Mikhail Thompson, Lily MacKenzie, Tim Zayas, Michael Dodge
and Jake Gissy; (middle row) Derek EllIzey and Cat Lynch; and (bottom
row) Amber-Dawn Katulic, Brittany Cheek, Caroline Drage, Steven
Cardona and Liz Magee. Not pictured is Hunter Ringsmith.

DPHS theater students excel
at State Thespian Festival


Dr. Phillips High Thespian Troupe
4276 returned from the 2007 State
Thespian Festival in Tampa with an
armload of awards, including 66 Su-
perior ribbons, the highest ranking
awarded at the conference.
Competing with more than 6,000
fellow actors and techs from across
the state, the DP students won straight
Superiors for their production of Book
of Days, directed by Jeff Perino.
The Large Group Musical entry,
"Comfort and Joy" from the musical
Batboy, not only won Superiors but
was also honored as Critics' Choice.
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Seniors Tim Zayas and Liz Magee
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Constance Lee won Superiors for
Costume Design, and Tracey Leffler
earned Superiors for Publicity. Am-
ber-Dawn Katulic received an Excel-
lent for her set design.
Theater Director Karen Rugerio is
very proud of the students' perfor-
mances and accomplishments.
"They brought their best-to the State
Festival, and once again they raised
the bar for Troupe 4276," said Ruge-
rio.
She is also proud of the Class of '07,
which has already been awarded more
than $1 million in scholarships, with
several students still awaiting word
from colleges they will be attending
this fall.

West Orange High
Class of 1987 to
include other classes
The West Orange School Class of
1987 20-year reunion is June 29-30 and
July 1 and is for anyone in classes 1985-
89.
The event includes a mix-n-mingle at
Moon Cricket Caf6, Winter Garden, Fri-
day at 7 p.m.; the reunion gathering Sat-
urday from 7 p.m. to midnight at Gaylord
Palms Resort, Kissimmee; and a family
picnic catered by Sonny's Real Pit Bar-
B-Q on Sunday at OUC Park/Camp
Down, Windermere.
Prices are $125 for all three events;
$80 for Saturday only; and $25 for Sun-
day only. Fees can be sent to West Or-
ange Class Reunion, P.O. Box 979, Oak-
land 34760.
The deadline for tickets is May 1. Con-
tact westorangeclassof87@yahoo.com
or Allison Butler Painter at 407-656-
3137 or ALPainter68@yahoo.com.


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The students at Children of the Messiah preschool visited the Orlando Science Center recently. Pictured
are Gabby Defranco, Anna Binkley, Bailey Wise, Alyssa Oxtal and Jordan Kravitz in a dinosaur exhibit.



Orange County Retired Educators Assocation meets May 3
Members and guests of the Orange County Retired Educators Association (OCREA) will meet for the an-
nual spring luncheon this Thursday at noon at the College Park United Methodist Church, located at Harvard
Street and Edgewater Drive. Due to limited parking, carpooling is suggested.
The theme for the luncheon is "Harmony of Success." Member Ellen L. Jones, District 8 trustee, will be the
speaker. She will share information about the Florida Retired Educators Foundation Scholarships and will also
install the OCREA executive board and housing board officers.
For information about the RSVP deadline and cost, call Bob and Ruth Ford at 407-644-7092 or Carol Egolf
at 407-896-1836.


BAPTIST SOUTHWEST CHURCH
Roper YMCA. 100 Windermere Rd.
BANANA BAY BAPTIST Bible Hr. 9:15am
1333 E. Crown Point Rd. Worship Serv. 10:30am
407-656-8558 Tom Welch Pastor 407-903-1384


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 &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE


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.org


INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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



JEWISH

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



LUTHERAN

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

ZION NEW LIFE LUTHERAN
Paul Faust, Pastor
Worship Service 8 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School Bible Study 9:15
Co.nrnr nf HnmnoIl/Gotha R. Gontha


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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 IFirst United
Office Methodist Church
Sa. Plant St. P

0 Colonial Dr. N



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.org


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


As classes resume'this week at Virginia Tech
University, many are still asking the question, where
was God during the tragic events of Monday, April
16, 2007. The best answer may be found in the
book, Turn It to Gold, written by the famous pas-
tor and evangelist, Dr, D. James Kennedy of Coral
Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale,
Florida. Where was God? "He was hanging on the
cross."
Dr. Kennedy explains, "The cross is God's ulti-
mate solution to sorrow and suffering. Thus all of
our pain is in His heart. Our god does not hold
Himself aloof from our difficulties. He is right
here, in the midst of our suffering, enduring more
of it than any of us ever has or ever will. And not
only that, but He gives us the power to bear our
suffering."
In the midst of all the painful emotions that come
as a result of such a horrific and tragic event, we must
remember that this occurred because we live in a
world that is fatally flawed through of the sin of


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


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


man. But praise God, He has chosen that if we ac-
cept the price for our salvation that Jesus paid on
the cross, we will not have to experience the futil-
ity and fatality presently inherent in this world.
Rather, in God, we have a promise of victory over
these circumstances. Jesus said in John 16:33, "I
have told you these things (about his pending death
on the cross) so that in me you might have peace.
In this world you will have trouble, but take heart,
for I have overcome the world." This same victo-
ry was earlier promised in the beginning of a song
recorded in Psalm 46:1,2, 7, "God is our refuge
and strength, always ready to help in times of trou-
ble. So we will nbt fear when the earthquake comes
and the mountains crumble into the sea. The Lord
Almighty is here among us..."
Where was God? He was giving us victory over
pain and suffering on the cross.

From the believers 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, Jr.,
Pastor. Call about our preschool &
summer camps

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



PENTECOSTAL

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



UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd.
Windermere, FL 34786
407-876-2112 Worship times:
As of November 19, 2006:
9:00am Traditional Service
11:15am Contemporary Praise
Service
10:15am Sunday School


for Adults and Children held
between the two services
www.windermereunion.oro

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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


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



Southwest Church
Meeting @ Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

Hwy 50


FL Turnpike

Marshall
Farms Rd. 2-w

4 )o429

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


S% W. Hwy50
St Dillard


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CLERMONT ORLANDO WINTER GARDEN


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



AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
533 W. Plant St
Winter Garden
656-3307
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11241 W. Colonial Drive. Ocoee
Thursday, May 17, 2007
5:30 pm 7:00 pm

Join us in celebrating
Red Roof Inn's
Contemporary New Look
while networking with
local business leaders
and enjoying delectable
appetizers and beverages.


ACCOUNTING
E & E Business Solutions, LLC
Marc McCorkle
POBox459
OcoeeFL 34761
(407) 889-3127
www.eebuslnesssolutions.com
AfIDSWOIS
10801 Media
Carmen Guilfoyle
2457A S.Hiawassee Road
Orlando,FL 32835
(407) 298-5195
www,1080imedia.com
ARTGIALLERY
The Artist Studio
MarkPulllam
54 W. Plant Stieet
Winter Garden, FL 34787
- (407) 656-4955
ATTORNEYS
Ruden McClosky
Douglas Lambert
111 N.Orange Avenue.#1750
Ordando,FL 32801
(407) 244-8002
www.ruden,com
AUTOMOBILEREPAIR/SUPPLIES
Pro Auto
Roberta Cenieno
1143E Plant Striel
WinterGarden,FL34787
(407) 877-3933
CHURCHES
Legacy Life Church
Joshua Foaler
8511 Summerville Place
OrlandoFL y52835
(407)654-3344
www.legacylife.org
COFFEE SHOP/BAKERYGOODS
Bamle's Coffee
Bill Brown
2295 S.Hlawassee Rd, #103,
Orlando,FL 32835
(407) 842-7711
DENTIST-COSMETIC& FAMILY
Lakeside Family Dentistry
JennySola
13402 Summerporn Village Pirwy #502
W'T.Ir Garden, FL 34787
407) 6568545
FNANOAI.SERVlIE
Hana Mortgage, Inc.
John Park
7130 5 OrangeBBlosom Tr,921J
Orlando.FL 32809
(4071856-4155


FLORIST&GIFTS
Flower Mart
Erick Camacho
1220WinterGdnVineland Rd.#104
Winter Garden,FL34787
(407)656-9871
www.flower-mart.com
GREETiNGCARDS-HANDMADE
Send Out Cards
Rachael George
8631 Danforth Drive
Windermere,FL 34786
(407) 909-4745.
www.bulldingrelationshlps101com
HOMEJMP1QMEMENT
KomerstoneTops, Inc-
Paul Lane
6424 Pinecastle Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32809
(407) 832-8126
www.granitelad.com ,
LANDSCAPE
Florida Landscape Professionals Inc.
Vincent Ragone
PO Box 681397
Orlando.FL 32868
(4071467 8200
Arbor Crest Landscape & Irrgation, Inc.
James Goodyear
4963 River Gem Avenue
Wlrdermeie.FL 34186
(4071217-3423
Vallfirest Landscape Maintenance
Cynthia Allen
4777 Old Winter Garden Road
Orlando. FL 32811
(4071 292 9600
www valleycieslcom

Horrmesar Mortgage
Eric Taylor
5021 S.US.Highway 17-92
Ca-selberry. FL 32707
1407) 6914464
PARTY SUPPLIES
Balloons by Renee
Laurafne Madden
PO Boax 571564
Orlando. FL 32857
1407127S-22132
Www balloonsbyrenee corn
PEST CONTROL
Falcon Termite & Pest Control
I Lous Withennglo
4060 S Goldenrod Road
Orlando.FL 32822
14071 281 -8815
www falconpest comn


PHYSICIANS-GENERALPRACTICE
Yvonne D. Duffe, D.O, PA
Heidi Coventry
10131 W.Colonial Drive,#1
Ocoee,FL34761
(407)947-9596
www.drduffecom
AL ESTATE
Five Star Realty
Jose Fleming
6996 Piazza Grande Ave Suite 309
Orlando, FL 32835
(407) 758-5353
www.fivestarrealtygroup.com
The Real Estate Collection, LLC
Kari Fleck
POBox398
Oakland, FL 34760
(407)656-7814
www.therealstatecollectlornet
MENTAL SERVICE
Rentaland
Nancy Lange
11829 S Orange Blossom Trail
Orlando,FL 32837
.(407)851-7368
Royal Restrooms
Linda CarlIe
13117S, U..Hwy441
Micanopy FL 32667
(352)871.7754
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Oceanaire Seafood Room
Dore Zamoff
9101 Inteinatonal Drive
Orlando, FL 32819
(407) 363-4801
www orlando theoceanaiiecom
Panera Bread
Carol Tofolon
7826 Sand Lake Road
Olnpdo.FL 2819
(407) 226-6992
Oulznos Suns
Michael Hill
320 Moore Road
Ocoee. FL 34761
(4071656-7214
wwwAu nos.com
RETA
The Poocom Place
Gary Winograd
13989-C John Young Parkway
Orlando, FL 32837
(407)251-443
www popcornplacefl corn

Tessa Wine & Cgar Bar
Todd Weinberger
2425 A 5.Hlawassee Road
Orlando. FL 32835
1407)373-O005


WEST ORANGE CHAMBER
NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION
Sponsored by:


SMALL BUSINESS
LENDING CORPORATION


THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2007

4:00 PM-5:00 PM


West Orange Chamber
12184 W. Colonial Drive, Winter Garden
Join us, prior to the Business After Hours, at the West Orange Chamber office and
learn how the Chamber can benefit your bottom line. Take advantage of this great
opportunity to meet fellow chamber members, board members and committee chairs,
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Ardaman, Ahlers & Bonus,
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Shutts & Bowen LLP
The Huber Group
The Robins & Morton Group
The Sembler Company
The West Orange Times
Universal Orlando
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035
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


100
GENERAL
OFFICE


IN


for the following
Full Time Positions:
e Bldg. Inspector I & II
Mechanic II
Police Officer
Fire Inspector
Swimming Pool Manager
(Summer)
Trailer City Manager
Public Service Worker I
Day Camp Art Instructor
Utilities Inspector II
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.


ADMINISTRATIVE
ASST. for Millenia Mall
area G.C. Must be com-
puter savvy, customer ori-
ented and possess good
organizational skills.
Construction background
required. Fax resume to
407-654-7597. 5/3mc

Office Help- FT Position
available for Psychiatric
Office. Trainable appli-
cants fax resume to 407-
578-3977. 5/3tcp


105
DOMESTIC

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

HOME CLEANERS
NEEDED. $248 P/T-up
to $400 F/T. Your area.
Car/phone," English re-
quired. Anna's House-
keeping, since 1991.407-
447-1451.5/24ah


110
CRAFT/SKILLS/
TRADE


DRIVERS

Hop on
Board
Your OWN
Truck!


Exciting new 0/0
Purchase Program in
Orlando area.
lyr. Class-A CDL.




Call Jim for more information
866-413-3074 or
707-340-0112


Mechanic Wanted- Cer-
tified, dependable, own


tools, valid FL DL. Brand
new facility. Also look-
ing for Detailer. Apply in
person. Wheels for Sale.
12400 W. Colonial Dr.,
Winter Garden. 407-877-
1199. 5/10wfs.

MECHANICAL & TIRE
SERVICE POSITIONS.
EXP. preferred. Join a
winning team. Celebrat-
ing our 60th year in busi-
ness. Benefits include
Group insurance, 401K,
monthly and annual
bonus and more. Call
407-466-5907 or fax re-
sume to 407-839-0366.
5/10gcr

FLORAL DESIGNER-
Must be experienced in
all phases of design. Full
& part time avail. Down-
town Clermont. Call
Shirley 352-516-3106.
5/10dwf

Driver Sod Class A Lo-
cal Piggy $45K plus Ben-
efits Piggy Back and Off
Road Exp. Req'd. WG
Grassing. 407-877-0709.
TFNwgg(39238)

CARPENTERS &
HELPERS. Steady work
in W. Orange area. Trans-
portation Available. Call
407-579-9277. 5/10fk



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120
LABOR
Mechanic Wanted- Cer-
tified, dependable, own
tools, valid FL DL. Brand
new facility. Also look-
ing for Detailer. Apply in


Winter Garden. 407-877-
1199. 5/10wfs
Growing janitorial com-
pany needs FT/PT em-
ployees. Must have valid
DL. Call for details. 407-
877-3886. 5/3rjb

130

MEDICAL

MEDICAL RECEP-
TIONIST/BACK OF-
FICE M.A. for Pediatric
office in Ocoee. Bilingual
A+. Fax resume to 407-
290-8333. 5/3cpp

CAREGIVERS/TRAIN-
ERS: ClermontWinter.
Garden area group
homes. FT and PT shifts
available. Starting pay
$8.00 with shift differen-
tials. High School Diplo-
ma + exp. SunriseArc,
Inc. 352-424-2219 orC
352-787-3079 Ext. 10.
5/3sa
I am a certified nursing

assistant and home health
aide willing to be a com-
panion to your senior
family member or a sit-
ter. I have 13 yrs experi-
ence with seniors. Sheren-
6/2tials. High School Diplo-
Inc. 352-424-2219 or













135
PROFESSIONAL

NOW HIRING. Pre-
School and Pre-Kinder-
garten teachers. Must be
aide willing to be a com-














Pay & Benefits. Contact
Vanessa 407-808-3513.
5/101blc

Commercial Sales- Salary
+ Commiss aion, 401K,

card, Full benefits. Fast
Paced, 60 year old service
business. EOE. Please fax
resume to 407-839-0366.
5/10gcr


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


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

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


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


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


FRCASSIFIEDADS ALLg0765-2219AX 47-66-07e o DADINE:TUEDAY10A


140
RESTAURANT/
HOTEL/MOTEL

Perkins Restaurant &
Bakery in Ocoee is hiring
for the following posi-
tions: Line Cook &
Servers. Good pay, bene-
fits & work environment,
flexible work schedule,
401(k), health & dental.
Apply in person at West
Colonial Drive just east
of FL Turnpike in Ocoee.
Call 407-656-4383 for in-
formation.
EOE/H/V/M/F/D. 5/3pr

Best Western Ocoee is
hiring for the following
position: PMI Overnight
Security Guard. Good
pay, benefits & work en-
vironment, flexible work
schedule, 401(k), health
and dental. Apply in per-
son at West Colonial
Drive just east of FL
Turnpike in Ocoee, Call
407-656-5050 for infor-
mation or.
EOE/H/V/M/F/D. 5/3bw

QUIZNOs Sub Now
Hiring 320 Moore Road
(next to Publix). We are
currently accepting ap-
plications for day time
positions. Please call:
407-905-7839. 5/10qs

Subway Now Hiring
Restaurant Managers, Ex-
perience Preferred.Salary
plus bonuses based on
performance. Compre-
hensive Health, Dental
Program Personal time,
Vacation. Please fax re-
sume to 407-656-
3639.Call 407-656-9358
for addl. information.
5/10sub


160
GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT

Woodlawn Funeral
Home is seeking quality,
dignified, dependable in-
dividual with a TEAM
player mentality to serve
as Event Associate to as-
sist with family gather-
ings. Apply in person to
400 Woodlawn Cemetery
Rd., Gotha. 407-293-
S1361. Drug Free/l EOE/
M/F/V/D. 5/3wfh

Various positions avail-
able. Local Manufactur-
er is looking for Ware-
house Workers and Piece
Workers. Hourly up to
$12 plus. To make an ap-
pointment call 407-342-
5284. 5/10musa


Earn $$ keeping kids
PT/FT. Connect with par-
ents by registering your
availability. Central 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(39571)


165
PART-TIME

Receptionist PT- M
/T/W/.Sat AM. Must have
exp in Excel. WG Grass-
ing. 407-877-0709
5/10wgg

Kidson the Move at First
Baptist Windermere is
hiring teachers (age 18+)
and aides (age 16+). Call
407-876-4312 for more
info. 5/17fbw

NOW HIRING PT OF-
FICE MANAGER. Eliz-
abeth Parsons School of
Dance, Windermere. Re-
quires ability to work
evenings and computer
skills. Please Call 407-
654-2103 or 407-761-
7818 or 407-484-8153.
TFNepsod(39448)

P/T Asst Mgr for storage
facility, Sorrento area.
Fax resume to: 352-527-
9727. DFWP. 5/3am







200
ITEMS FOR SALE

14 ft. John Boat- $100.
Postal Battery Exam
Study Guide- pd. $120,
asking $100 obo. 5/3cp

GE Side By Side Refrig-
erator- White, in door wa-
ter & ice. Excellent con-
dition. $125. 407-654-
4171. 5/3th

Golf Cart- EZGo. New
batteries, great toy! $700
OBO. 407-654-4533.
5/10jh

COMPUTERS FOR
SALE. CALL ROBERT
@ 407-242-4161 TFN-
rb(39572)


HELP WANTED


Diesel

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


407-877-0116


-. WINDS


240
GARAGE/
YARD SALE

Big Yard Sale- Saturday,
May 5. 225 James Drive
Winter Garden. 5/3cs

3 Family Backyard Sale-
Friday and Saturday. 79
N. Dillard St. Winter Gar-
den. Furniture, Clothes,
TV, Odds & Ends, Beau-
tiful potted plants and
more. 5/3ec

Courtlea Oaks subdivi-
sion. 413 Courtlea Creek
Dr. Sat 5/3 from 7-12.
Antiques, collectibles,
sewing, fabric, Disney
collectibles, misc. house-
hold. 5/31m

Windermere Harbor
Community Garage Sale-
Sat 5/5 from 8-1. Multi
Family. South on 535
from Hwy 50. 5/3pp

Estate Sale- 604 Beulah
Rd. Winter Garden. Fri.
& Sat. from 8-6. 5/3ba

Ocoee- Vendors and
home based businesses
needed to fill Sidewalk
Sale on May 12th, 9-
noon? Good neighbor-
hood between Bluford &
Kissimmee Ave. Please
call to discuss. 407-467-
8542. 5/3at

Huge garage sale! Fumrni-


ture, clothes, electronics,
glassware, crafts, etc, etc.
924 Butter Oaks Ct, WG.
Sat May 5th, 8:00 until ?
5/3gs

Ocoee Sidewalk Sale-.
Sat. May 12th 9-noon?
Corner of Kissimmee
Ave. & Washington St.
Premier Designs, High
Fashion Jewelry. Home
made soaps, sugar scrubs
& milk bath. Pigtail
Princess & more. 5/10at


Courtlea
Oaks

Community

Garage Sale

Saturday,
May 5, 2007
from 7AM-?

In Winter Garden
on Dillard Street
next to
Dillard Elementary.



280
ITEMS WANTED


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




300
ANIMALS FOR
SALE

Pekingese Puppies for
Sale- born 12/24/06, 3
males- $500 each, 1 fe-
male- $600. Registered
w/ papers & shots. Par-
ents on property. Call
407-492-4518. 5/10mc


450
MOTORCYCLES

ALMOST NEW Twin
Mopeds- Used not more
than five times. Can be
sold separately or togeth-
er. Both for $3000 or
$1800 each. One red, one
silver. Matching helmets
and saddlebags included
in price. Price $1800,
Mileage 150, Year 2005,
Make HONDA, Model
CH805, E-mail address:


befana@cfl.rr.com, Home
phone: 321-273-9449,
Mobile phone: 352-396-
3130. Contact instruc-
tions: any time before 9
pm. 5/10tr


480
VEHICLES
WANTED

Junk Cars Wanted- Re-
moved FREE! 407-656-
0565 or, 321-945-3243.
5/24wl


500
MEDICAL &
HEALTH

RECENTLY LI-
CENSED ASSISTED
LIVING FACILITY
FOR 6 RESIDENTS IN
WEST ORANGE
COUNTY, OWNED
AND OPERATED BY A
REGISTERED NURSE.
CURRENTLY AC-
CEPTING RESIDENTS.
CALL 407-292-6579
FOR DETAILS. 5/24pm


530
CHILDCARE

PINK & BLUE HOME
CHILDCARE WHERE
CHILDREN LEARN
AND PLAY. M-F 7:30
AM TO 6.00PM. SPACE
FOR SUMMER. CALL
407-292-6306. MAR-
LENE 5/10md


540
CLEANING

CLEANING & LAUN-
DRY. Make your list! In-
troductory Special 4 hour
regular cleaning, $74.
Mon-Fri. Anna'a House-
keeping Personnel Ser-
vices, Inc. Servicing
Florida since 1991. 407-
447-4663. 5/24ah


560
HOME
IMPROVEMENT

Kitchen Design & Re-
models- Full Services
from Design & Renova-
tions to completed pro-
ject. Licensed & Insured


Mark Kirkland
Whisper Winds
Landscaping


Contractor. CBC034469.
Call 407-877-2338.
5/10le

REPAIR, REMODEL,
RENOVATIONS & in-
stallation services. Call
Handyroo's. Licensed/In-
sured. 407-340-1719 tfn-
nr(39573)


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.
OCOEE
656-5883 or
656-4394
Licensed Bonded
Water or no Pay
Servicing all of Central Florida



570
LAWN & TREE

Bo's Lawn Service-
When the grass is high,
say goodbye. Cheapest
price around. 321-228-
0380 or 407-287-9681.
. 5/10kb







600
HOMES FOR
RENT

HOUSE FOR RENT:
3400 Sq. Ft., 3 car garage,
office, beautiful. Built in
2006- located on bike trail
in Oakland. Great deal at
$1600.00 per month.
Please call 407-654-1940
or cell 407-394-6965.
5/3wl


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S 2C The West Orange Times Thursday, April 26, 2007


4/3 Lakefront Pool Home
for Rent!$ 2200 p/month.
Awesome home with
amazing view.
Pool/Lawn maint and ca-
ble included. Call Agent
352-978-7168. 5/3mh

ATTN: UF SUMMER
SCHOOL STUDENTS-
Room(s) for Rent. $500
p/mo. Furnished & in-
cludes all utilities, cable
& wireless internet.
House close to UF Cam-
pus/Bus Stop. Call 407-
765-9731 or 407-656-
2948.5/10cm

3/1 Home- Glassed in
front porch, Central H &
A. $1000 p/mo, 500 se-
curity. Call 407-656-
5660. 5/10jk



jfNTALS'

Winter Garden
*4/2.5/2 New home over
2500 sq ft. Asking
$1500.00. Community
pool and park.
*3/2 w/garage, great
amenities, pool, tennis,
weight room, indoor
basketball & more. $1,250.
Southern Pines Condos.
*Commercial Space
Store Front. Great busy
location. Call for details.

407-905-3630
ERA Advanced Realty Associates
advancedrealty-era.com
Email: advancedreal@yahoo.com
Vine Village Plaza,
CR 535 & 50, Winter Garden
P-________


DEADLINE
FOR
REAL ESTATE ADS







For more info

call

407-656-2121


DEADLINE I
FOR
LEGAL ADS


For more info

call

407-656-2121





DEADLINE
FOR

CLASSIFIED ADS






For more info

call

407-656-2121


3/1 Home in Winter Gar-
den, Family room, Cen-
tral H & A. $950 p/mo,
500 security. Call 407-
656-5660. 5/10jk

2/2 North Winter Garden,
Mature Trees, Brick
Streets- pristine condi-
tion...$850.00 per month-
first, last, plus deposit.
Call Sheri @ 407-468-
2025 or Lisa @ 321-948-
9296. TFNwr(39248)

610
CONDO AND
TOWNHOUSE

WINDTREE- 2/2, 1st
Floor, private, quiet loca-
tion. Screened porch, split
floor plan. Pool & tennis,
available now. $800
p/mo. 407-909-1311.
5/10dr

620
APARTMENT
& DUPLEXES


1/1 APT. NEWLY refur-
bished. W.G. No pets.
$550 p/mo. Within walk-
ing distance to shopping
& restaurants in historic
downtown. 407-376-
8763. tfnmec(39574)


625
ROOMS/
EFFICIENCY

1 BDRM. EFFICIENCY
on 2 private lakes in Cler-
mont. Non smoker, no
pets. $650 p/mo + secu-
rity. 352-394-6091. 5/3cv

FREE RENT FOR COU-
PLE in exchange for Part
Time help. Keep Day job.
Help with lawn/handy-
man and domestic help.
Non smokers, back-
ground check. 407-466-
8127. 5/10db

Duplex 2/1 Rent $800,
Deposit $1000. Winter


Garden. 407-656-9762.
TFNwgg(39238)_


640
WAREHOUSE

FOR RENT- Ware-
house/Office, Approx.
700 Sq. Ft. Roll-up door,
private bath. $650 p/mo,
plus 1st & last mo. L.A.
Grimes Agency Realtors,
Owner/Realtor 407-656-
2223. TFNIag(39391)


650
COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT

WINTER GARDEN OF-
FICE SPACE- APPROX
6400 SQ FT WITH 15
OFFICES FRONT EN-
TRY AREA, COMMON
AND STORAGE AR-
EAS. EMP KITCHEN
AND DINING. PHONE
& SECURITY SYS-


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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 information about our qualifications and experience.


TEM. 21 PARKING
SPACES. $4500 PER
MONTH PLUS TAX.
CONTACT BILL
STRAUGH 407-716-
3010. tfnwr(39444)

WINTER GARDEN 2
PRIVATE OFFICES,
RECEPTION AREA
AND LARGE OPEN
OFFICE SPACE PLUS
KITCHEN AND BATH-
ROOM. APPROX 1,000
SQ FT. $1,450 A
MONTH ASK FOR
BILL 407-716-3010. tfn-
wr(39292)

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


Oakland Office Space for
Rent Charming Down-
town location, 18'x18'
$650/mo util incl, 1st Fir.
Avail now. Call 407-656-
8090. tfnjdp

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


700
HOMES/
OPEN HOUSE


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Police Impounds for Sale! Honda Accord 1994 $4001 Nissan
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HomesForRent


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HomesForSale


PALMHARBORHOMESCertifiedModular&MobileHome
Specialists. Call for FREE Color Brochures (800)622-2832.


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. Blue-
water real estate Inc. 407-
578-7005 5/3bre

Own This Home-
$1,082/mo. Only $500
Down. Immaculate
3br/2ba, built 1991. Spe-
cial Financing Program.
Call Now 863-588-2217.
5/3hor

Lovely Ocoee 3 bed-
room, 2 bath home in
Shoal Creek. Vacant,
beautiful yard, $259,900.
Contact Kniceley & As-
sociates Realty Group at
407-496-9464. 5/10kar


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down 20 years @ 8% APR. For listings call (800)366-9783
Ext 5760.


Instruction


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Program, extraordinary hunting and fishing. There is 81 acres
not in conservation program, perfect for cabin or lodge. Pay
20% down, 10% buyer's premium. Call for information
(800)479-1763. GAL#2034. Auction conducted by John
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$79,900. Located in private gated lakefront community. Lake
views. Excel Fin. Owner must sell. Call (888)320-8399 x
2008.

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$202,000 Far reaching views, beau. Pasture, country rd w/
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features. Save $ with this unique opportunity. Free Estimates/
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sunset views. All utilities, surveyed Financing available
Call owner today (866)696-5263 x 2595.

(Week ofApril30, 2007]


FSBO 3/2 pool home in
Brentwood Ocoee.
Many new upgrades.
Asking appraised value
$230,000.00. For ap-
pointment call 407-509-
4771. 5/24ah


710
CONDO &
TOWNHOUSES

NEAR UNIVERSAL
STUDIOS Spacious 3
bed/2 bath condo. Ground
floor unit w/attached 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.APEXDE-
VELOPERS.net 10/07

760
MOBILE HOMES

Beautiful Manufactured
Home. 2/2 in gated, adult
community. Large
Screened porch. Many
upgrades. $52k. Call 407-
654-8772. 5/17cc


# # #


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Call Lakeside Realty (888)291-5253 Or visit
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Thursday, April 26, 2007 The West Orange Times 3C


CITY-OF OCOEE
REDISTRICTING
COMMISSION
PUBLIC HEARING

Thursday, May 17, 2007, at 6:00
p.m.
The City of Ocoee Redistricting
,Commission is seeking public in-
put to review and discuss the re-
districting options for the cityls
commission voting districts.
After reviewing population, growth
t trends, demographics, and other
2 data, the Redistricting Commission
will present three different options
" designed to balance the population
in the four commission districts.
The maps thatwill be presented can
be viewed in advance online at
www.ocoee.fl.us by clicking on the
IRedistricting Commission Option-
si link on the home page or by vis-
iting the City Clerkis Office at Ocoee
City Hall, 150 North Lakeshore
Drive, Ocoee, FL 34761. Persons
with disabilities needing assistance
to participate in this meeting should
contact the City Clerkis Office 48
hours in advance of the meeting at
407-905-3105.
Residents are urged to attend. This
meeting will be televised.
Beth Eikenberry, CMC
City Clerk
May 3, 2007

TOWN OF OAKLAND
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

The following ordinance will be
heard at the regular public meeting
of the Town of Oaklandis Town
Commission on Tuesday, May 8,
2007, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon af-
ter as possible, in Oaklandis Meet-
ing Hall, 221 North Arrington Street.
Interested parties may appear and
be heard.

ORDINANCE 2007-05
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF
OAKLAND, FLORIDA, ESTABLISH-
ING AND ADOPTING MANDATORY
ETHICS GUIDELINES PERTAINING
TO THE SOLICITATION AND AC-
CEPTANCE OF CAMPAIGN CON-
TRIBUTIONS; AND EXPRESSING
AN INDICATION OF INTEREST TO
FORMALIZE ETHICS PROVISIONS,
PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS, SEV-
ERABILITY, CODIFICATION AND
i AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The ordinance may be viewed at
Oakland Town Hall, 230 North Tubb
Street, from 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm,
Monday through Friday.
'Any person with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation should
submit a written request to Linda
Balsavage, Town Clerk, P. 0. Box
98, Oakland, FL 34760, or phone
407.656.1117 at least 24 hours be-
fore the meeting.
5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

The Town Council of the Town of
Windermere will hold a public hear-
ing at/ about 7:00 P.M., Tuesday,
May 8, 2007, in the Town Hall, lo-
cated at 520 Main Street, Winder-
mere, Florida, to receive comments
from the public regarding the pro-
posed MAIN STREET SHOPPERS
project. The preview will begin at
6:00 p.m. also in the Town Hall, 520
Main Street, Windermere, Florida.
Persons with disabilities needing
assistance to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact the Town
Clerk at least 48 hours before the
meeting.
Persons are advised that if thy de-
cide to appeal any decision made
at this Public Hearing, they will need
to assure that a verbatim record of
the proceeding is made which in-
cludes the testimony and evidence
upon which an appeal is based.
This petition is in accordance with
Section 286.010 F.S.
If any questions, please contact
Dorothy Burkhaltet, Town Clerk,
Town of Windermere at 876-2563.
5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA

Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the City
of Winter Garden Commission will
hold a second reading and public
hearing on May 24, 2007 @ 6:30


p.m., or as soon after as possible,
to consider the adoption of the fol-
lowing ordinances:

ORDINANCE 07-13
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, PRO-
VIDING FOR THEANNEXATION OF
CERTAIN ADDITIONAL LANDS
GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS
0.34+/- ACRES LOCATED AT 81
BROAD STREET, AND MORE
SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED HERE-
IN INTO THE CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN FLORIDA; REDEFINING
THE CITY BOUNDARIES TO GIVE
THE CITY JURISDICTION OVER
SAID PROPERTY; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE 07-14
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE
CITY OF WINTER GARDEN'S COM-
PREHENSIVE PLAN BY CHANGING
THE DESIGNATION FROM ORANGE
COUNTY LOW DENSITY RESI-
DENTIAL TO CITY COMMERCIAL
FOR PROPERTY GENERALLY DE-
SCRIBED AS 0.34+/- ACRES LO-
CATED AT 81 BROAD STREET;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

ORDINANCE 07-15
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, RE-
ZONING APPROXIMATELY 0.34+/-
ACRES OF CERTAIN REAL PROP-
ERTY LOCATED AT 81 BROAD
STREET FROM ORANGE COUNTY
RESIDENTIAL TO CITY C-2; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The meeting will be held by the City
of'Winter Garden Commission at
Tanner Hall, located at 29 West Gar-
den Avenue, Winter Garden, Flori-
da.
Copies of the proposed ordinance
(which includes the legal description
in metes and bounds of the pro-
posed site) may be-inspected by
the public between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
to Friday of each week at 270 West
Plant Street. For more information,
please contact Regina McGruder at
656-4111, ext. 2312.
Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed ordinance.
Written comments will be accepted
before or at the public hearings.
Any persons wishing to appeal a
decision of the Public body should
ensure a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made. Any persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modations should submit a written
request to the Planning & Zoning
Department, 270 W. Plant St., Win-
ter Garden, FL 34787 or phone
(407) 656-4111, Ext. 2312 at least
48 hours prior to each meeting.
5/3


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA

Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the City
of Winter Garden Commission will
hold a second reading and public
hearing on May 24, 2007 @ 6:30
p.m., or as soon after as possible,
to consider the adoption of the fol-
lowing ordinances:

ORDINANCE 07-16
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
FUTURE LAND USE MAP OF THE
CITY OF WINTER GARDEN'S COM-
PREHENSIVE PLAN BY CHANGING
THE DESIGNATION FROM RESI-
DENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD COM-
MERCIAL TO COMMERCIAL FOR
PROPERTY GENERALLY DE-
SCRIBED AS 1.150+/- ACRES LO-
CATED AT 462 WEST PLANT
STREET; PROVIDING FOR SEVER-
ABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE 07-17
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, RE-
ZONING APPROXIMATELY
1.150+/- ACRES OF CERTAIN
REAL PROPERTY LOCATED AT 462
WEST PLANT STREET FROM CITY
R-NC TO CITY C-1; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The meeting will be held by the City
of Winter Garden Commission at
Tanner Hall, located at'29 West Gar-
den Avenue, Winter Garden, Flori-
da.
Copies of the proposed.ordinance
(which includes the legal description
in metes and bounds of the pro-
posed site) may be inspected by
the public between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
to Friday of each week at 270 West
Plant Street. For more information,
please contact Regina McGruderat


656-4111, ext. 2312.
Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed ordinance.
Written comments will be accepted
before or at the public hearings.
Any persons wishing to appeal a
decision of the Public body should
ensure a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made. Any persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modations should submit a written
request to the Planning & Zoning
Department, 270 W. Plant St., Win-
ter Garden, FL 34787 or phone
(407) 656-4111, Ext. 2312 at least
48 hours prior to each meeting.
5/3


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA

Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the City
of Winter Garden Commission will
hold a second reading and public
hearing on May 24, 2007 @ 6:30
p.m., or as soon after as possible,
to consider the adoption of the fol-
lowing ordinance:

ORDINANCE 07-18
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, RE-
ZONING APPROXIMATELY 0.33+/-
ACRES OF CERTAIN REAL PROP-
ERTY LOCATED AT 32 EAST
MILLER STREET FROM CITY R-2
TO CITY C-3; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The meeting will be held by the City
of Winter Garden Commission at
Tanner Hall, located at 29 West Gar-
den Avenue, Winter Garden, Flori-
da. *
Copies of the proposed ordinance
(which includes the legal description
in metes and bounds of the pro-
posed site) may be inspected by
the public between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
to Friday of each week at 270 West
Plant Street. For more information,
please contact Regina McGruder at
656-4111, ext. 2312.
Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed ordinance.
Written comments will be accepted
before or at the public hearings.
Any persons wishing to appeal a
decision of the Public body should
ensure a verbatim record of the pro-
ceedings is made. Any persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modations should submit a written
request to the Planning & Zoning
Department, 270 W. Plant St., Win-
ter Garden, FL 34787 or phone
(407) 656-4111, Ext. 2312 at least
48 hours prior to each meeting.
5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING/
TRANSMITTAL HEARING

The Town of Windermere propos-
es to adopt Ordinance 2007-02
which amends the Recreation and
Open Space Element of the Townis
Comprehensive Plan. The Town
Council of Windermere, Florida, will
hold a public hearing at the Town
Hall located at 520 Main Street,
Windermere, Florida, on Tuesday,
May 8, 2007, at/around 7:05 P.M.
to consider passage of the pro-
posed Ordinance 2007-02 and the
transmittal of the Ordinance to the
Department of Community Affairs.

ORDINANCE NO. 2007-02
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF
WINDERMERE, FLORIDA, PER-
TAINING TO COMPREHENSIVE
PLANNING; AMENDING THE
RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE?
ELEMENT OF THE iCOMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN, TOWN OF WINDER-
MERE, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, 19911; PROVIDING FINDINGS
AND ANALYSIS OF THE FACTS
AND CIRCUMSTANCES PERTAIN-
ING TO THE TOWN AND ITS CA-
PACITY, NEED AND DESIREABIL-
ITY FOR ADDITIONAL ACTIVE
PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS;
AMENDING SECTION I, PART I OF
THE ELEMENT, IINTRODUCTION,T
TO CLARIFY THE PURPOSE OF THE
ELEMENT; AMENDING PART III.A.3
OF THE ELEMENT TO SET FORTH
ADDITIONAL, UPDATED FACTS
AND ANALYSIS PERTAINING TO
ACCESS AND TRANSPORTATION
TO RECREATION AREAS; AMEND-
ING PART III C OF THE ELEMENT
TO SET FORTH ANALYSES, FIND-
INGS, AND CONCLUSIONS WITH
RESPECT TO THE NEED AND DE-
SIREABILITY FOR FUTURE ADDI-
TIONAL RECREATION SITES WITH-
IN THE TOWNS EXISTING BOUND-
ARIES; AMENDING PART 4 OF THE
ELEMENT, RECREATION GOALS,
OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES,? TO
CLARIFY AND SPECIFY APPRO-


PRIVATE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND
POLICIES WITH RESPECT TO EX-
ISTING AND POTENTIAL ADDI-
TIONAL FUTURE ACTIVITY-BASED
PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS
WITHIN THE TOWNiS CURRENT
,BOUNDARIES; AMENDING NU-
MEROUS PARTS OF THE ELEMENT
TO UPDATE IT AND ENSURE ITS
INTERNAL CONSISTENCY; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
A second public hearing will be held
at the time of adoption of the
amendment to the plan.
Interested parties may appear at
the meeting and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed plan amend-
ment.
This proposed Ordinance is available
at the Town Clerkis Office, 614 Main
Street, Windermere, Florida, for in-
spection during normal business
hours of Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. 5:00
p.m.. Persons with disabilities
needing assistance to participate in
this proceeding should contact the
Town Clerk 48 hours before the
meeting.
Persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made
at this meeting, they will need a
record of the proceeding, and for
such purposes, they may need to
Insure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made which includes
the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal Is based, per Sec-
tion 286.0105 F.S.,
Dorothy Burkhalter, CMC
Town of Windermere
5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING

The Town Council, Town of Win-
dermere, Florida, sitting as the Land
Planning Agency, will conduct a
Public Hearing to consider the
changes to the Recreation and Open
Space Element of the Townis Com-
prehensive Plan, proposed Ordi-
nance 2007-02, at/around 7:05p.m.,
Tuesday, May 8, 2007 in the Town
Hall, located at 520 Main Street,
Windermere, Florida.

ORDINANCE NO. 2007-02
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF
WINDERMERE, FLORIDA, PER-
TAINING TO COMPREHENSIVE
PLANNING; AMENDING THE
]RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE?"
ELEMENT OF THE ICOMPREHEN-
SIVE PLAN, TOWN OF WINDER-
MERE, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORI-
DA, 19911; PROVIDING FINDINGS
AND ANALYSIS OF THE FACTS
AND CIRCUMSTANCES PERTAIN-
ING TO THE TOWN AND ITS CA-
PACITY, NEED AND DESIREABIL-
ITY FOR ADDITIONAL ACTIVE:
PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS;
AMENDING SECTION I, PART I OF
THE ELEMENT, INTRODUCTION
TO CLARIFY THE PURPOSE OF THE
ELEMENT; AMENDING PART III.A.3
OF THE ELEMENT TO SET FORTH
ADDITIONAL, UPDATED FACTS
AND ANALYSIS PERTAINING TO
ACCESS AND TRANSPORTATION
TO RECREATION AREAS; AMEND-
ING PART III C OF THE ELEMENT
TO SET FORTH ANALYSES, FIND-
INGS, AND CONCLUSIONS WITH
RESPECT TO THE NEED AND DE-
SIREABILITY FOR FUTURE ADDI-
TIONAL RECREATION SITES WITH-
IN THETOWNiS EXISTING BOUND-
ARIES; AMENDING PART 4 OF THE
ELEMENT, RECREATION GOALS,
OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES,j TO
CLARIFY AND SPECIFY APPRO-
PRIATE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND
POLICIES WITH RESPECT TO EX-
ISTING AND POTENTIAL ADDI-
TIONAL FUTURE ACTIVITY-BASED
PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS
WITHIN THE TOWNiS CURRENT
BOUNDARIES; AMENDING NU-
MEROUS PARTS OFTHE ELEMENT
TO UPDATE IT AND ENSURE ITS
INTERNAL CONSISTENCY; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
VIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
Interested parties may appear at
the LPA meeting and be heard with
respect to the proposed plan
amendment.
This proposed Ordinance is available
at the Town Clerkis Office, 614 Main
Street, Windermere, Florida, for in-
spection during normal business
hours of Mon-Fri 8:00 a.m. 5:00
p.m.. Persons with disabilities
needing assistance to participate in
this proceeding should contact the
Town Clerk 48 hours before the
meeting.
Persons are advised that if they de-
cide to appeal any decision made
at this meeting, they will need a
record of the proceeding, and for
such purposes, they may need to
insure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made which includes
the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is based, per Sec-
tion 286.0105 F.S.
Dorothy Burkhalter, CMC
Town of Windermere
5/3


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on May 20,2007 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.
1992 BUICK
VIN# 1G4HP53L6NH448586
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all bids.
5/3


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 5-14-07 @ 9:00AM AT RALPH
JOHNSON TOWING, 11409 W.
COLONIAL DR. OCOEE, FLORIDA.
THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL
BE SOLD FOR CASH FOR THE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT TO SUBSECTION 713.78
OFTHE FLORIDA STATUES. SOME
OF THE VEHICLES POSTED MAY
HAVE ALREADY BEEN RELEASED
AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SALVAGE
SALE.
2000 FORD 4D
VIN# 1 FAFP3434YW308637
RALPH JOHNSON'S TOWING SER-
VICE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY AND ALL
BIDS. BIDDING BEGINS AT THE
AMOUNT OWED. ALL VEHICLES
SOLD, AS IS. NO WARRANTIES
AND NO GUARANTEE OF TITLES.
CALL 407-656-5617.
5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
05/25/2007, 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.
1B3ED56F7RF241178
1994 DODGE
1G2HX5318N1245989
1995 PONTIAC
1G8ZK5278XZ210516
1999 SATURN
KMHCG45G2TU132392
2000 HYUNDAI
5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
06/01/2007, 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.

1FAFP55U52A263943 2002 FORD
1FTRE14WO6HA30915 2006 FORD
1G1BL52W2RR131382
1994 CHEVROLET
4T1SK12E7RU388136
1994 TOYOTA
.5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell-.these vehicles on
06/08/2007, 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.
1 FTNS24W37DA24757
2007 FORD
3GNDA23D46S541943
2006 CHEVROLET
5/3

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
06/15/2007, 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.
3A4FY48B67T542033
2007 CHRYSLER
5/3

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 May 17, 2007 at 10
A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*
2003 TOYOTA,
VIN# 5TEGN92N33Z254318
Located at: 151 TAFT VINELAND
ROAD, ORLANDO, FL 32824 Or-
ange
1983 YAMAHA,
VIN# JYA16M001DA061055
Located at: 151 TAFT VINELAND
ROAD, ORLANDO, FL 32824 Or-
ange
DEALERS ONLY
Any persons) claiming any inter-
est(s) in the above vehicles con-
tact: Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc.,
(954)920-6020
* ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH
RESERVE *
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction.
LIC # AB- 0001256
5/3

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 5/15/07,10:00 am
at 119 5th St Winter Garden, FI
34787-3613. Slys Towing & Re-
covery reserves right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
1994 GMC SONOMA TK
1GTCS1441R8533726
1995 FORD CONTOUR 4DR
1FALP6539SK116213
1996 HONDA CIVIC 2DR
1HGEJ6124TL045680
1998 CHEVY BLAZER S/W
1GNCS13W5WK205685
1998 FORD EXPLORER S/W
1FMYU22X5WUB44184
1999 BUICK CENTURY 4DR
2G4WS52M1X1512782
5/3

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

Division: 01
File No: 48-2007-CP-000775-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SARA L. OVERSTREET.
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of
SARA L. OVERSTREET, deceased,
whose date of death was March 4,
2007, and whose Social Security


ACROSS
1 Smash
letters
4 _-de-lance
7 Valhalla
villain
11 Ruined
16 Greenish
yellow
18 Make like
19 Fathered a
foal
20 Navy builder
21 Film
directed by
George
Cukor .
23 Opera by
George
Gershwin
25 "Aida"
composer
26 Entire range
28 Turn about
29 Congeal
30 Always
32 Art deco
designer
34 Lee"
('59 hit)
37 Engineering
feat by
George
Goethals
40 Scent
41 Petty or
Poston
42 Funnyman
Philips
43 Cry of
concern
46 Nightingale
prop
49 Tune


Number is xxx-xx-1361, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 425 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Room 340, Orlando,
FL 32801. The names and ad-
dresses of the Co- Personal Rep-
resentatives and the Co-Personal
Representatives 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 mustfile their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OFTHIS 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 FILER TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is April 26, 2007.
Attorney for Co-Personal Repre-
sentatives:
DAVID J. AKINS
Florida Bar No. 454338
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
Co-Personal Representatives:
ROBIN 0. SHELDON
2521 Shrewsbury Road
Orlando, FL 32803
ANNE E. TOLLESON
1890 Castleway Lane
Atlanta, GA 30345
4/26, 5/3

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File Number:
48-2007-CP-000819-0.
In Re The Estate Of:
JOAN A. WILLIAMS,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of the
Estate Of JOAN A. WILLIAMS, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2007-CP-
000819-0, has commenced in the
Probate Division of the Circuit.


52 Strait 99 Eat in the
56 TV's evening
"Family _" 100 Rock's
58 Folklore David
figure Lee _
59 Active types 102 Role
60 '68 Bee played by
Gees hit George
62 Spanish Clooney
shout 108 Bayreuth's
63 Sheltered, locale
at sea 111 Scandinavian
65 Tiers seaport
67 Producer 112 Drench
Prince 113 West
68,Fiber ender?
source 114 Swenson of
69 Novel by "Benson".
George 116 Data
Orwell 118 Kinshasa's
73 Song by country
George 122 Play by
Harrison George
76 Lonely fish? Bernard
77 Max Shaw
Sydow 126 Comic
78 Bailiwick strip
80 Hautboy by George
81 Sapporo Herriman
.sash 128 Wagner
82 Gaggle gals heroine
84 "The 129 Designer
Creation" Perry
composer 130 Sundown,
86 Writer to Shelley
Runyon 131 Splinter
90 Tongues of group
fire 132 Heavy
92 Sign a check blows
94 Bronze 133 "Sad "
feature ('79 hit)
95 Paradise 134 Wily
96 Role for Liz 135 "I told you
97 Wonderment sol"


Court, Orange County, Florida, the
address of which is 425 N. Orange
Avenue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
32801. The names and addresses
of the Co-Personal Representatives
and the Co-Personal Representa-
tivesi attorney 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 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
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 26, 2007.
Co-Personal Representatives:
ROBERT WILLIAMS
N67 W23601 Linda Drive
Sussex, WI 53087
KATHRYN A. WILLIAMS
N30 W23861 Green Road, Apt. 7
Pewaukee, WI 53072
Attorney for Co-Personal Repre-
sentatives:
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
4/26, 5/3

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

File Number:
48-2007-CP-000806-0
In Re The Estate Of:
LESSIE V. SIPPER,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The formal administration of the
Estate of LESSIE V. SIPPER, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2007-CP-
000806-0, 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 Representatives and
the Personal, Representatives[ at-
torney are set forth below.


DOWN
1 Eastern
European
2 Take a taxi
3 Actor Sharif
4 Remote
5 Bit of wit
6 Melodious
McEntire
7 Ray of
"GoodFellas

8 Rink legend
9 Beer barrels
10 Pastoral
poems
11 'The
Burning"
('84 film)
12 Research
site
13 Corpulent
14 North Sea
feeder
15 Heron's
home
17 German
port
19 Rebuff
20 "Slammin'
Sam"
22 Parvati's
spouse
24 Mustangs
and Pintos
27"_ culpa"
31 Part of
EMT-
33 Panache
35 Drives and
drives?
36 Spee"
37 Use a ewer
38 Snowballs,


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 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
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 May 3, 2007.
Personal Representative:
ANNIE 8. RHODES
981 Glenmeadow Drive
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
ERIC S. MASHBURN
Law Office of Eric S. Mashbum, 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
5/3, 5/10

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
On April 16, 2007, an application
was filed by Gross Communications
Corporation with the Federal Com-
munications Commission in Wash-
ington, DC for WLOQ, 103.1 MHz,
'Winter Park, FL, seeking a con-
struction permit for a minor mod-
ification to change the community
of license to Windermere, FL, with
22 kilowatts of effective radiated
power on a frequency of 103.1 MHz
and. a main studio site and trans-
mitter site located so as to be able
to serve Windermere, FL. The own-
ers, officers and directors of the ap-
plicant are Herbert P. Gross, John
B. Gross, and Margaret Gross. A
copy of the application and related
materials is on file for public In-
spection during normal business
hours at 2301 Lucien Way, Suite
180, Maitland, FL 32751.
4/26, 5/3, 5/10




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Chanel 83 Chemical
41 Explosive ending
initials 85 Bargain
44 Author 87 Pine for
Wallace 88 Burden
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hello 91 TV tycoon
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Zealander 93 Extinct bird
48. Damascus 94 Cuban
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mister 101 Clan
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lure deity
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House" 120 Marathon
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Adams 124 Sts.
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* 3/1-Great starter home close to schools--$189,500 ."-' i ...,.--

LM G1-877-ASK4-M Everything is now, completely 3 building lots halfway
renovated and huge corner lot.
L ortgage Or877-ApK/yLn e rt3/1 withigranite counter tops Ocoee and
Rose Matchett www.LMGmortgage.com and new cabinets in kitchen. Apopka for only $170,000
Manager ,. Call for showing...$189,000
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WINTER GARDEN
4br/2.5ba. Brand New
$1,300/Mo

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

WINTER GARDEN
2br/2.5ba. Townhome
$1,150/Mo

OAKLAND
3br/2ba. Brand New
2 story, over 2,000 SF.
$1,500/Mo

e(nIO Rea/
Call Days orEvenings

www.serenorealty.com
(407) 654-8222


13750 West Colonial Drive [ Suite 330 1 Winter Garden, FL 34787
Licensed Mortgage Banker: FL, SC, NJ, PA, TX
iAdvisors Mortgage Group, LLC

Ron ToSI, Mortgage Advisor
407-399-9275
www.AdvisorsMortgage. com/Ron Tosi
SAVE with No Points Refinancing!
Your Local Mortgage Company located in the
Publix Shopping Center at 535 & Hwy 50 ...





I will sell your home for 3% Commission

Joanne R Tosi, Realtor
407-257-0502
Joanne. Tosi@Florida-Houses., corn

VSiOUTHERN REALTY
2648 State Road 434 WestI Longwood, FL 32779 Enterprises, Inc


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Flex space office/warehouse condominiums
Each unit in this newly designed office park is 2,100 SF. Ready for buildout by tenant to tenant's
specs. Quality construction. Private entrance for each unit. Owner occupied. Located in the
City of Oakland, between Winter Garden and Clermont and near future Collina Plaza mall. Great
access to turnpike, Beltway and Hwy 50. Building size: 12,600 SF, Unit size: 2,100 SF, Price for
Lease: $12.50/SF ($2,100/month)+ CAM, Price for Sale: $1'55/SF + CAM, Unit dimensions:
30'X70', Year built: 2006. Zoned 1-1.
-- -- Desirable
Newbury Park
-- Brand new, neyer occupied 3
S -, .... bed, 2 bath home in Newbury
..IsI? Park Located on the south
side of the Butler Chain at 535
and Reams Road, with
Spectacular view of Disney
S' fireworks. This small
" -':"" "' ':':-". community offers great
-ammenities including two
parks, community clubhouse and a beautiful pool. This home has many upgrades. Exquisite,
white Corian countertops with special edge work and upgraded cabinets with crown molding.
This is a gorgeous kitchen. Beautifully coordinated, neutral color options easily allowing you to
decorate to your tastes. $50,000 plus under appraisal! Need to sell.
(- Professional Office
Space For Lease
Winter Garden
Newly remodeled office space in
Historic District of downtown Winter
Garden. 1,800 square feet of office
space still available in this fabulous
7,000 square foot office building.
Separate entrance, front and rear;
and it's own address. This highly visible corner location is on Main Street, a main corridor into
the downtown district. Building is anchored by the Gill Group, a national high-end commercial
kitchen design firm that does work for many major restaurants, casinos and hotels all over the
United States. Easy access to West Colonial Drive (Hwy 50), 429 and the Turnpike make this
office easily accessible. Lease Rate: $2,000/month.

Russell Gay, Realtor
4110 Winter Garden-Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, Florida 34787 W M IK
Cell: 407-342-5284 TOW N CENTRE
Office: 407-654-9977 russellgay@mac.com
S A#4 Fax: 407-654-7775 www.windermereFLlakefront.comrn


Resort Style Townhomes 3/2's and 4/3's
starting in the low $300's Fully furnished with
lease back opportunities. Only minutes from
Disney! Services include: 24-Hour gate & front
desk, Disney shuttle, concierge, Pool, High
speed internet, Game room and more.


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Resort Style Homes starting at low $300's
3 and 4 bedrooms available. Private heated
and screened pool. Appliance Package.
Lockable owners closet.
4't i Mediterranean Resort Corn-
41 0 [ | .. munity. Including Furniture N .
SDsPackage. Only 2 miles from
4. Disney. .


4/2 Mobile Home on One High Angela Griffin
& Dry Acre $175,0002/1 Mobile Real Estate Broker
Home on 4 High & Dry Acres.
Fenced and Cross Fenced with "Making Dreams Come True"
Barn 4 Stalls, Utility Shed. Call Creative Concept Realty
$172,000.o u Can Pur e Call Creative Concept Realty
$172,000. You Can Purchase
Both Properties for $330,000. 24/7 at 352-223-4313 *
www.creativeconceptsrealestate.com


N. Winter Garden-Large Home w/2 Master Suites
This 4br/3ba home speaks for itself. Wood-burning fireplace, upstairs-master bdrm with
privacy balcony, and in-law quarters, including kitchen, bedroom and family room.
This home has loads of appeal. Come and see for yourself. $449,000.
Windsor Realty 407-877-FIND Visit us online: www.findwindsor.com


SAmy DuBois, Realtor
(407) 325-2311
amy@mainstreetrealtors.com


"Specializing
in Windermere!"
401 Main St. Ste. B, Windermere, FL 34786
Tel (407) 876-2090
MAIN STREET REALTORS
"A neighborhood tradition since 1985."


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


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4br/2ba 2,060 living sq. ft. Loaded with upgrades!
The Reserve in Ocoee, off Clarke Rd. Contact
Nikki Rittenberry. Keller Williams Realty 321-663-0441


Highland Lending
Tailored Lending Solutions


I ,Erica Walker
Licensed Mortgage Broker FL Lic. #CLB 0702865


5/17/07
HOME
FOR
SALE
In your Price Range.
At last a 3BR .2BA + den home
In a great Clermont
community, "A".school district,
and near all essential services,
Buy before June'07 and get
a $1K gift certificate. SP
$308,500. Ask me about the 0
Downpayment Option.
Call Now 1-888-547-4465 Ext. 6 for
details.


5 Acres Fenced with a barn Open House 4/29 Sunday from 2-5 P.M.





HORSE LOVERS! Almost 5 acres that is fenced and cross fenced with a 3 stall barn with power and
water.' A 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2309 sq. ft. home built in 2000 with granite countertops in the kitchen
and many upgrades. The plan is very open and features split bedrooms. An oversized 23' x 30'
garage/ workshop. Priced at $599,900,00 Located at 17200 Heartwood Loop, Winter Garden. For
directions or more information call Sharon or Mark at 407-352-9678. MLS#o4763242 5/24/07
O r,,'
f 'r I| Lott Team, Inc. Sharon Lott & Mark Lott 7009 Dr. Phillips Blvd., #130 Orlando, FL 32819
,- 1 407-247-3224 or 407-948-5857 www.sharonlott.com or www.marklott.com


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


407-877-7047
Apply online: www.completeprimeservices.com
308 South Dillard St. Winter Garden, FL 34787


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Thursday, May 3, 2007 The West Orange Times 7C


Pat Sharr Realt BUYING A NEW HOME?
. "--" S656-7947 SELLING YOUR HOME?


M "ultiMillion Dollar Producer PLEASE CALL ME!

S .. ptsharr@aol.com 407-948-1326


WANT CHARM? COMFORT? LOVE AT PURSE SIGHT!!
PRICE UNDER APPRAISAL!!! DECORATOR COLORS AND DECORATOR TOUCHES IS A REAL CREAM PUFF... STEP INSIDE TO THE BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORING... FORMAL
WHAT YOU WILL FIND IN THIS NEAT & CLEAN 4 BDRM., 2 BA. WITH, FOYER, EAT-IN LIVING ROOM; DINING ROOM, KITCHEN WITH MANY EXTRAS INCLUDING BREAKFAST
KITCHEN, LIVING/GREAT ROOM, DINING AREA, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, SCREEN LANAI, NOOK, FAMILY ROOM INCLUDES A GORGEOUS BRICK FIREPLACE, SLIDING GLASS
WANT TO BUILD A POOL? NO PROBLEM HERE THIS HOME HAS A LARGE PRIVACY DOORS LEADING TO THE SCREENED LANAI WITH PRIVACY FENCED YARD, SPLIT BED-
FENCED YARD AND STORAGE SHED. ALL APPLIANCES STAY INCLUDING WASHER & ROOM PLAN, MSTR BATH IS ADJOINED BY MSTR BATH WITH WHIRLPOOL GARDEN
DRYER... LOCATED IN A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD, WALK TO THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL, TUB, SEPARATE SHOWER...THIS IS A GREAT BUY!!! WALK TO THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL,
CLOSE TO 429,408 & TURNPIKE!!! ASKING ONLY $262,900. CLOSE TO 429,408, & TURNPIKE... ASKING ONLY $294,900.


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HOME WITH A WARM HEART!!! LOOK MOM, NO STEPS!!!
SELLER JUST PURCHASED NEW STAINLESS STEEL REFRIGERATOR, DISHWASHER, COME AND GET IT BEFORE IT'S GONE...3 BDRM., 2 BA. WITH LIVING
RANGEAND MICROWAVE AND THEYALL STAY! PICTURE PERFECTAND IDEAL LO-
CATION IN IN A NEIGHBORHOOD WITH STATELYTREES IS THIS 3 BDRM. 2 BA. WITH ROOM, FAMILY ROOM WITH BRICK WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE AND
FORMAL LIVING RM./OFFICE/DEN, FORMAL DINING, VERY OPEN FAMILYRM., BRICK ACCENT WALL, DINING ROOM, EAT-IN KITCHEN, SCREENED
BREAKFAST NOOK, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN INSIDE LAUNDRY. THIS HOME IS IN LANAI WITH BUILT IN SPA AND WATERFALL!!! 1 CAR GARAGE
IMMACULATE CONDITION, NOTHING TO DO HERE... BUT MOVE IN! MINUTES W/OPENER, CORNER LOT... ALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES AND WIN-
AWAY FROM DOWNTOWN W.G. 429,408 & TURNPIKE. WALK TO THE WEST OR- DOW COVERINGS STAY!! ASKING ONLY $209,900.
ANGE TRAIL... ASKING ONLY $298,875.


NESTLED AMONG TREES!!
SLEEPY HARBOUR... PRICED TO SELL... LAKE ACCESS TO STARKE LAKE...
FANTASTIC 3 BDRM., 2 BA. REMODELED, FRESHLY PAINTED INSIDE &
OUT, NEW CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, FORMAL LIVING & DINING, FAMILY
ROOM WITH WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, SCREENED LANAI, GORGEOUS
PEACEFUL LANDSCAPED BACK YARD WITH STATELY OAK TREES, 2 CAR
GARAGE PLUS 1 CAR CARPORT. THIS HOME SHOWS LIKE A MODEL... ASK-
ING ONLY $269,900.


SPACIOUS IS THE WORD!!!
JUST LISTEDH! MAGNIFICENT CUSTOM BUILT 4 BDRM., 2 BA., ENTRY FOY-
ER, FORMAL LIVING, FORMAL DINING, VERY OPEN KITCHEN, BREAKFAST
AREA AND FAMILYRM., SCREENED LANAI, BEAUTIFUL SPARKLING ABOVE
GROUND POOL WITH CUSTOM DECKING, CUSTOM BUILT PLAYHOUSE, PLUS
CUSTOM BUILT SHED, PRIVACY FENCED MANICURED LAWN.WALK TO THE
WEST ORANGE TRAIL, CLOSE TO 429,408 & TURNPIKE... VERY MOTIVATED
SELLER... ASKING ONLY $289,000


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MOTIVATED SELLER...BRING ALL OFFERS ON THIS 4BDRM. 2 BA. WITH 2276 SO.FT.
OF LIVING AREA, PLUS A SCREENED PORCH!!! LOCATED IN SLEEPY HARBOUR IN
OCOEE, BEAUTIFUL CERAMIC TILE, VERY OPEN FLOOR PLAN, THIS HOME ALSO
FEATURES, LIVING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM, DINING ROOM, INSIDE LAUNDRY. LAKE
ACCESS, GREAT SCHOOLS & NEIGHBORHOOD, CLOSE TO SHOPPING, 408,429 AND
TURNPIKE ASKING ONLY $299,900.


OWN YOUR OWN HOME!!!
THIS CUTIE IS LOCATED IN EDGEWATER, FL. AND IS A DREAM, NOTHING
TO DO BUT MOVE IN. MINUTES AWAY FROM THE BEACH. 2 BR/1BA, SPA-
CIOUS LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA, INSIDE LAUNDRY ROOM, ALL AP-
PLIANCES STAY, ALL WINDOW COVERINGS STAY, SCREENED PATIO, PRI-
VACY FENCED BACK YARD. THE PRICE CAN'T BE BEAT... GREAT INVEST-
MENT... NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN... ASKING ONLY $164,900.00


DOES YOUR FAMILY DESERVE A PROMOTION?
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


SHATTERED CITY NERVES???
ALMOST AN ACRE, PRIVACY FENCED BACK YARD WITH STATELY TREES AND NO
HOA!!1 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 $309,000.


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WEST ORLANDO 4BR/2BA
Newly remodeled kitchen! Newer roof and air
conditioner. Formal living and separate living
and dining rooms. Home is in excellent con-
dition. Mrs. clean lives here! Only $213,900.


0lU,UUU UP FBUTYU1 ,USI IAIU
1999 BUILT 3BD/2BA LIKE NEW HOME SITS
ON A LARGE FENCED LOT. NEW CARPET AND
PAINT. WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE. 2CAR
CAR %GE AND A DETATCHED WORKSHOP.
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BUTLERS CHAIN OF LAKES
BEST FkjRCD IN Si.RRUNDLIN' ) RE \ U_-M.' 'si AN
1F01 LOT 'I IBl HB \ i MI E !F T D IAN T SCREFNED
POO-tL 2: m,' iT H,''ME \NEA

Jerry Berner 407-432-1700
Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
Lillian Feliciano 407-375-9741
Ron Giant 407-468-2952
Paula Harrioli 407-298-7750


FIRST TIME ON MARKET. EXTRA LARGE LOT. NO 2br/2ba each side! Over 1,000 SF each side!
REAR NEIGHBORS. I7'I4'KITCHEN WITH LOADSOF- Sweet investment. Both sides leased. Walk to
CABINETS. "A" RATED SCHOOLS PLUS COMMUNITY-
POOL,TENNIS COURT & PLAYGROUND. SELLER TO downtown historic center asking $309,900.
HELP W/BUYERS CLOSING COST. ASKING $319,900.


WINTER GARDEN POOL HOME
2002 buiilt Jbrb.'a omer lo home on a cul-de-
sc S,-olar Ihealed p col niuh *pa plus K:i pond,
and herb garderi. Option to buy fully furnished.
Asking $385,000.


LEASING

NOW!
Office/Warehouse Units
in hot Winter Garden. Leasing
now, 1-2 zoning. Close to major
highways.Contact
Rhonda 407-721- 130(6


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


$3,000 OF BUYERS COST PAID
Winter Garden townhome. 2br/2ba ground floor. All
appliances stay. Association dues cover roof, outside
of bldg and grounds. Community pool. Asking
$135,900.







SOUTH LAKE COUNTY-IMMACULATE CONDITION
4br/2ba home .ath 1,676 SF having space buil in
2000' Has nice screened porch and a deck plus
above ground pool On a large lot. Asking
$225.000

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


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


I M tg es da m a ny300InsuraneTm


CHARMING & BEAUTIFUL HOME Located on pond & close to Dis-
ney, this home boasts many upgrades to include 42" cherry cabinets
& SS appliances in kitchen, volume ceilings & split plan. Community
pool, Plygrnd, Rec Bldg. ID=2063
$299,900
Call 407-354-1060


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NEAT & CLEAN AS A WHISTLE Priced to sell! Quaint home STARTER HOME WITH TREES Nicestarterwith lotsoftrees. Newtile.
w/screened patio on peaceful lot. Numerous upgrades & beautiful- Septic newly pumped. 15x30 unfinished back porch storage shed. Oak
ly decorated. Community club house w/pools, fitness ctr & golf. cabinets. Bonus room easily a 3rd bedroom. Palm trees. ID=7926
Manned guard house. Lawn care included! ID=9013 $180,000
$199,000 Call 352-243-7929
407-354-1060


IOUWS LIKE IA VUUDL Move-in reay town nome witn no rear
neighbors conveys privacy. Quiet, yet so close to it all. Located near
Disney. Shopping enthusiasts can venture minutes away to outlets,
malls & more. ID=4512
$258,999
Call 407-354-1060


USCLAIN KIUUI VILLA Hn UfII: Deauuiuul 4. D, L D.S III Si llut dtaer
Tuscan Ridge w/screened patio, 2 car garage, open floor plan, built
in 2004. Many amenities: comm. clubhouse, volleyball court. Must
see to appreciate. ID=4678
$289,900
Call 407-992-5030


BEAUTIFUL POOL HOME Corner lot, lots of living space in this INVESTORS DREAM Well maintained 1 bd, 1 ba condos. Commu-
beautiful two story 5 BD 3 BA home. It has everything for a family nity heated pool, playground and tennis court. Convenient to shop-
to enjoy. Large screened pool with spa. Many extras, you must see ping and restaurants. Easy access to Interstate 4 and Maitland Ex-
inside to appreciate. ID=1961 change 414. ID=2076
$420,000 $125,000
Call 407-992-5030 Call 407-354-1060


STUNNING POOL HOME This stunning, beautifully maintained 4
BD, 3 BA home includes 1 st floor office and 2nd floor loft area. This
home is perfect for entertaining with large screened pool area and huge
hot tub and bath pool shower. ID=1029
$459,900
Call 407-354-1060


HUNItKS LKEEK LUMMNUNII t reat open rloor plan. rresniy
painted exterior, cathedral ceilings,. garden tub w/large separate
shower and so much more. Entire home on water filtration. Great
community & location. ID=7740
$285,000
407-354-1060


IMMACULATE 2-STORY HOME Master BD on 1 st floor, bonus room QUALITY COMFORT CONVENIENCE That's what you will get in this
makes 4th BD in fairly new & spacious town home w/2.5 BA. High- peaceful 2 story treasure nestled in a quiet Cul-De-Sac off Lake Pin-
ly desirable community w/lakes, ponds, walking trails & communi- to. This 3 BD, 2.5 BA home has a screened patio where you can re-
ty amenities. 2-car garage. ID=5066 lax and enjoy sunrises and sunsets. ID=6921
$283,000 $255,000
Call 407-354-1060 Call 407-992-5030


CUSTOM BUILT DREAM HOME Elegant Custom Built 4 BD, 3 BA
pool home with gourmet kitchen, custom cabinetry, tray ceilings
and much more. Situated on 2.8 acres there is room on this range for
2 horses. Great family home. ID=0649
$1,550,000
Call 407-992-5030


MANY UPGRADES You must see these new upgrades in an older
home. 6-ply kitchen cabinets, tile floors, new roof, enclosed porch.
10xI15 storage. Quiet neighborhood. Ocoee is central to everything.
ID=7766 .
$214,000
Call 352-243-7929


ENJOY THE CONSERVATION PRIVACY Enjoy the privacy of this 4
BD, 3 BA with bonus that backs up to a Peaceful Conservation Lot.
Room for family members to have their own space. A Great find!
ID=1851'
$429,900
Call 407-354-1060


CONWAY POOL HOME Spacious 3 BD, 2 BA pool home in Con-
way area with eat-in kitchen, enclosed porch & oversized 2-car
garage. Formal living & dining rooms. Remodeled kitchen. Close to
downtown. ID=6790
$349,900
Call 407-992-5030


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\\'ot' I S +/- acre sunne t itev. .in Lake Sheen of the Butlei Chain of L-ake' Take
sour rime to build, a- the NE\ t boathouse is in place., and a v.eek-end cottage to use
until you get that dream home built b\ YOUR builder in the time tame you desire
PRICED BELOW RECENT[ BANK APPRAISALL .e l.3990w.0 Contact Suzi Karr
for i.ur-ey. apprai-aJ and a ne ing. 4,i07-5.5-525.


TUSCANY BEAUTY


r Appraised at $2 5M but
just reduced to $2,195,0i1)11
Thi custom built estate features
461-10 sf of designer touches and
spaciou-. oter-sized rooms, in-
cluding an upstairs home theater
and game room. Spectacular
-iev.s of Lake Sheen tt ith pool.
boathouse and more' Contact Szi
Karr. 407-595-525h


BUTLER CHAIN


What a sleeper lakefirnt"'Orner- hate relocated, and left a lot -f r.ce to. for ,ou to en-
j:- h:h.o about rtco lci slts' Either lo' e this' 2 2 bunrgalo\ unh lois of upgrades. includ-
ing a tern e\pensri-e outdoor kitcher..'or go up %,ith a secondd siory.but the price is LOT -al-
ue The decmioin is \our- arid ihi' one i as cute as can be Take a peat.. oi II e tUirpnsed'
Asking .1.35t0.000 Conritact Suz Kan" 41i7-59y5-525


SPECTACULAR BUTLER CHAIN ESTATE


Absolute lu\ur -1300 st. 5'5 s tbonu- and a kitchen built for achef'
Granrte abounds,. SS appliances. Brazilian cherr% wood floors, Plan-
tation shutters throughout, pool and spa 's ah eensi.e summer
kitchen, dock ',/elecmc hosii and cooer' -tang $2.350l.000 Con-
tact Bngene Hicks, 407-24-7-6555


WINDSOR LANDING


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GREAT 3/2. sith great floor plan Pnatiel, ossned and deed-
ed Lake Butler access goes v. ith this fine propertN Asking
$595,0(00 Contact Suzi Kan 4-107-595-525s


E\tremel\ Unique! Best of the Best' Pri\ ate three plus acres on the POINT
between LakeTibet Butler and Lake Chase with boat dock and No HOA
fees' Bring your on builder for your dream home or enhance the old Es-
late w/guest house and enjoy the beautiful sunsets. poolside Contact Sharon
Ziomek -407--402-3-495 or Bngette Hicks 407-247-6555.

BRAND NEW ON THE HANCOCK CILIN


Fabulous Windermere lakefront on Lake Down of the Butler Chain of
Lakes. Just oser one quarter acre w ith a 1177 sf cottage to Ive min or add
a second store\ Asking $S 1.050.000 Call Suzi Karr. 407-595-5258


ENGLISH
COUNTRY


Brand spanking new 4/3/1 \\ith over 4200 sf and bonus room. Gorgeous
kitchen with SS appliances, 42" cabinets, and granite counters A must see!
Asking $1.800,000. Contact Suzi Karr. 407-595-5258


LAKE BUTLER CANALFRONT


Affordable Butler
Chain canalfront
home on beautiful
one acre and just a
very short distance
to Lake Butler.
Asking $1,095,000.
Contact Suzi Karr
407-595-5258.


SCENIC DOWNTOWN WVINDERAMLRE









Location. locanon. location' 3/3 with o.er 2100 Isf. remodeled kitchen
with nest appliances Open floor plan w/fireplace and French door-.
leading to the spacious FIonda r.:'cm u ith MNeicari uJe Pri.ate fenced
Nard sItro-ni for a pool and deeded access to tLe Butler Chairn of
Lake;. Asking $65c).000 Contact Bngetne Hicks. 407-2-17-6555


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HIDDEN SPRINGS


Great 4/2 pool home in a desuable community' Enjoy the
brick fireplace in family room, the large open kitchen and spa-
CIous eating area s iiLh bay \' indo, Otersized screened pool'
Excellent Schools! Call Sharon Ziomek 407-402-3495 or
Tart ana Kra\:chenko. o\ ner.321-695-8s337.


I INTRACOASTAL PARADISE


True Florida lifestyle' Completels remodeled 3/2 vtith 1499
sf. Nev. v tndcsts, hard ood floors. and more Famous Fla-
gler pier is onl\ blocks aw ay' Asking $389.9f00 Call Sharon
Ziomek 4(-17-412-3495


WEST LAKE MANOR
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Lazy afternoons sipping lemonade on your screened porch over-
looking a s erdani green lawn and nearby small pond Sounds great'
Then call io see this 3 bedroom. 2 5 bath home iust [ited and priced
at $2-149.000. Call Elizabeth Ta. lor at 407-694-.4334


CYPRESS SPRINGS


Imrmlliauicate 5 Cedri'orrt/ tia in i.homi 'Iui inoer 3uiu i Oi.cn aiui
spaciou- floor plan .ith beaunful pond %ies;I' IHuge master suite ith
2 salk-in closes 'ind garden tub Granite counters, custom wmndou ,
treatments, stainless steel appliance' and much more' Asking
--144.500 Contact Tatrana Krat chenko 321-695-833-7


THE WILLOWS


Super large 6/41 I v ith complete extra suite. A floor plan
you'll love' Another 5 star listing that sho; s like a model' De-
signer eterNthing, and %ou IH love the covered lanai and en-
closed pool that vie"s the presenre and jugging trail of this
fine family community Reduced to $997.500, appraised at
S 1.050.11000i. Contact Suzi Karr 4117-595-5258


This magnificent 4 bedroom. 4.5 bath features quality throughout ith 4200 sf and m-
cluding an ultra-large master suite with sitting area and fireplace. a designer kitchen
w/large informal eating area. a formal DR plus Butler's Pantn. and an outside covered
gathering area t/ifireplace. pool and grandfathered-in boathouse' Recently appraised
ai $2 4M but just reduced to 2,195.000O'!' Contact Suzi Karr. 407-595-5258


HISTORIC LAKEFRONT ESTATE

"Palm Gardens". on
near 5+/- acres of lush ,
landscaping like none j
you haNe known. The
dwelling, built in late
1800's is declared his-
foric, and is aw waiting
your special touches.
Asking $795,000. Con-
tact Suzi Karr, 407-595-
5258.


I -FALCON POINTE


Priced right 4/3 pool home in gated Falcon Pointe. Great
floor plan with pri' ate Master Suite wing. Huge kitchen,
stood floors, vaulted ceilings and solar heated pool. A
must see' Asking $375,000. Call Sharon Ziomek 407-
402-3495 or Tatyana Kravchenko 321-695-8337.

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4/3 with 278i5 1 former model nome carried ',i..i cul-de-s min gated com-
munit) .:ficr, ri1 e,,-J laige \ard. perfect hor relating FIr' floor mnaler bL'-
itg ri.-.m airi. t.re3ia.IJ: r..m- LL -ii; iJhder, iLre Oc.l-;ide Neu. hadn'.c-:.
f'lio..r, and 15 ceilingg i Iir. g rc-:.m Tmake n a perfTct place i.: relai Pnced
..L heLOt end i_-i wiue coimmtiiunil, : ard Ine i tl Ready lotbe sniir next
homrre' IAsI.irg 5-a.g .iiiCail E ltiz.betri Tl Ior 401; 694-4'0.I

GOTHA DREAM PROPERTY


Country setting on this one acre of beautifully-treed grounds plus
a 4/3 with volume ceilings and a nice 2/2 split plan Some neov
touches t. ill greet you like stainless steel appliances and a fabulous
wine cooler inm ue kitchen New carpet in the north wing.. plus the
garage is eten carpeted" A wonderful sernng. close lo everything
including the mall. hospital and access io all major highways' Ask-
ing $64').000 Contact Suzi Karr 407.595-5258


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WEST ORANGE COUNTY


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Nearly II + \CRFS .,n SR 535 vi.hcrc -',cir jnd atjer aiC ci-
the' available .'.-r i.i-_'n available IDE \L ihuiri ..r crn.:l ic
e1 cr I I -11.11.1 .t i.-aj liconiagc Selleis il! he e oopci.itii c ,--n :i-
ing -..-.uc-. -ch ick l-t .--u' A-l.ing I53 51M Conraci 'Su;i Kant
[.r sui\c, and additi-r.nl inl,:,rmrl.ii:ori. u -Ir.55%.


WINDERMERE BUILDING LOT


Bring tour o'.n builder'i' Prime location in W\inder-
mere t itih No Hoa' At u- ut oer half an acre. it's per-
fect for )oui dieam home Asking S350.0i.uIt Contact
Brigette Hicks 4107-247-.555t


GOTLHA VACANT LAND


Bnng .-our o., n bu Idet ,ott.'.': Fo:,ur parcel- ,a ailble s er
arn acre apiece The ix.oa rear l:,- arc 4-125 1I) and the r,'.,:' front
I.-' arec 5-t t.i i1.1 Purchase the ensure package for onls
1.6I 5n.ni, Contact Suzi Karr 4t--5c 5- 5255


AFFORDABLE BUILDING LOT


"Sleeper' area close to shoppmg and Health Central. This
lot is cryirig for you to build \our dream home!' Pnced
at onlh $199.900 Let me shov. you this offering to-
dao Contact Suzi Karr 407-595-5258.


LAKEFRONT
ESTATE
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