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Winter Garden Times
Place of Publication: Winter Garden Fla
Publication Date: May 10, 2007
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Holiday schedule
The West Orange Times of-
fice will be closed Monday. May
28, for Memorial Day. News and
display ad deadline for the May
31 issue is Thursday. May 24.
by noon. Legal ad deadline is
Friday. Ma) 25, at noon, and the
deadline for classified is Tues-
day. May 29, by 10 a.m.
For more information, call
407-656-2121.

Letter carriers to
collect food for needy
Central Floridians are invited,,
to leave non-perishable food do-
nations in or near their mailboxes
this Saturday, May 12, to make
a difference in the fight against
hunger. Letter carriers will col-
lect food donations, along their'
mail routes while making their
normal mail deliveries. The food
will be taken to postal stations
and boxed for deli, er 1to Sec-
ond Harvest Food Bank of Cen-
tral Florida. From there, the food
will be distributed to emergency
food pantries, soup kitchens and
other non-profit agencies that
feed the hungry.
Food donations can also be
taken to local post offices.

Habitat plans 5K
race in memory
of Jack Fain
West Orange Habitat For Hu-
manitr will hold its 5K Jack Fain
Memorial Race this Saturday,
Ma. 12. at 8 a.m. in Oakland.
The entry fee now until race da\
is $20. All paid entrants -% ill re-
ceive a T-shirt. Packet pick-up
starts at 7 a.m. at the race site
Refreshments w ill be provid-
ed. Awards will be given in a
number of categories.
Entry forms are available at
www.woh4h.org. Once com-
pleted, they can be mailed to
W.0 Habitat For HumanitN. c/o
Bob Tate. 1246 Markel Drive.
Winter Garden 34787.

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

Play, cheer for
W.O. Pop Warner
Registration takes place this
Saturday. May 12. for football
plaYers and cheerleaders inter-
ested in participating in the West
Orange Pop Warner program.
Sign-ups are from 9 a.m. to noon
at Walker Field on Park Avenue
in Winter Garden.
For information, call 407-654-
4487 or go to the Web site.
%w w .leaguelineup.com/westor-
ange% wildcats.

City planning
landscape seminar
The cit. of Winter Garden is
planning a landscape seminar for
this Saturda.y. Mla. 12. present-
ed by the a%\ard-w inning Flori-
da Yards and Neighborhoods
program, at 9 a.m. at Little Hall.
For more information, call
407-654-2732 or go to
www.w\%intergarden-ti go\.

Local author
launches new legal
thriller with book
signing May 12
Local author Patrick C. Crow -
ell will host a book signing at
Barnes and Noble Booksellers.
7900 Sand Lake Road (Plaza
Venezia). this Saturda%, May 12.
Crow ell will be autographing
his book. Host/le Emn ironmient.
w which was published in February
by Sy.nergy 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.
For more information, call the
bookstore at 407-345-0900.


The City of Ocoee Redistricting
Commission is seeking input to re-
view and discuss the redistricting op-
tions for the City Commission voting
districts. A public hearing will be held
on these districts next 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 pre-
sent three different options designed
to balance the population in the four


High school football springs into action


Photos by Michael Laval
DPHS quarterback Chris Wilkes fires a pass as the Panthers and area
high schools began spring practices last week.


Linemen at Olympia High slam into blocking dummies in preparation
for their spring game.


Ocoee to vote on higher

parking fines Tuesday


If passed, the
proposed ordinance would
quadruple the current,
regular parking fines.

By Mary Anne Swickerath

The cost of violating Ocoee's park-
ing laws could get much more ex-
pensive if the City Commission pass-
es a new fine ordinance next week.
The proposed changes include rais-
ing parking citation fines from $10 to
$40 for each violation, increasing
handicap parking fines from $10 to
$250 and prohibiting the parking of
vehicles for sale on road rights-of-
way. If passed, the ordinance would
create an infraction-hearing board to
provide due process to those receiving
tickets and would reduce the tow-
warning sticker notification period
from 48 hours to 24 hours for the re-
moval of vehicles.
This ordinance would also allow for
more effective enforcement of the new
rules by using sanctions from the State


of Florida Division of Motor Vehi-
cles to deny the renewal of the regis-
tered owners' driver's licenses and
vehicle registrations.
Fifty percent of the fines collected
would be deposited into the city's
General Fund, $5 into the School
Crossing Guard Fund and the rest into
the police department's Fines and For-
feiture Fund.
This ordinance would also autho-
rize police officers to take actions that
had previously been relegated to code
enforcement and protective inspec-
tions officers for certain code viola-
tions relating to parking.
The City Commission held the first
reading of the ordinance last week,
with the second reading and public
hearing scheduled for Tuesday, May
15.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
accepted the West State Road 50
Development Wastewater Plan and
authorized staff to negotiate a

(See Ocoee, 2A)


Offensive and defensive players knock heads at an Ocoee High
tice.


West Orange High Head Coach Tim Smith shouts instruction', c hi
ers during practice. For more practice photos, see 1 B.


commission districts. The maps that
will be presented can be viewed in ad-
vance online at www.ocoee.fl.us by
clicking on the "Redistricting Com-
mission Options" link on the home
page or by visiting the city clerk's of-
fice 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.


School Board
to advertise zone
for Wekiva High

The final vote on the
plan is set for Tuesday,
June 12, at,5:30 p.m.

"ByMary Anne Swickerath

In April the Oi e County School
Board rescinded its ndance plan
for the new Wekiva High School on
i-;n North Hiawassee Road, a plan that
would have moved 250 Ocoee resi-
dents from Ocoee High to the new
school, after a group of Ocoee fami-
lies hired a lawyer and challenged the
board's decision on legal grounds.
The board then approved a 13-step
rezoning process to be used for all fu-
ture rezonings. This process, which
is available on the Orange County
Public Schools Web site, formalizes
and clarifies how students are rezoned
on a countywide basis. It offers more
and earlier information to the schools
affected than has been done in recent
rezonings, as well as a clear schedule
of rezoning meetings and staff re-
sponsibilities at each point in the re-
zomning process.
The Ocoee families involved in the
lawsuit were hopeful the board would
i prac- change the original attendance plan,
passed Jan. 23, to allow the 250 Ocoee
students to remain at Ocoee High.
But at the School Board's May 2
workshop to pick a rezoning plan to ad-
vertise, the members basically sup-
ported the same plan chosen in Jan-
uary, with one exception. A small
group of students (identified as Y on
the map on 3A) who live outside of
the Ocoee city limits were put back
into the Ocoee High zone because they
-- live just north of the school.
t f,| This proposed plan will be adver-
tised in the coming weeks and will re-
ceive a final vote by the School Board
on Tuesday, June 12, at 5:310 p.m. at
the Educational Leadership Center,
445 W. Amelia St. in Orlando.
School Board member Jim Martin,
who represents both Ocoee and Weki-
va'high' schools, told iThe est Or-
ange Times Monday he knows this
plan "doesn't resolve everybody's is-
sues, but this is a good plan that al-
lows Ocoee High School to have the
relief it needs.",
Martin said he has also asked Su-
perintendent Ron Blocker to bring
back a report to the board that would
keep siblings from being separated by
the rezoning. Since Wekiva High will
not have a senior class, Martin wants
to offer a sibling transfer option to
keep all the high school students in
each family affected by the rezoning
is play- (
(See Schools, 3A)


Downtown W.G. movies return Sat.

with Stiller's 'Night at the Museum'

--The Winter Garden Heritage
Foundation is selling barbecue-*
chicken dinners to benefit the
city's museums.

By Amy Quesinberry

Remember when Saturday night was "date night"
and the popular thing to do was to take in a show at the
Garden Theatre in downtown Winter Garden? A bit of
nostalgia is coming back to Plant Street this Saturday,
May 12, when the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
presents Garden Theatre Starlite Movie Night.
It's been at least 40 years since films were regular-
ly shown downtown, but the foundation is hoping to
bring back this type of entertainment and more with Photo courtesy of Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
the renovation of the theater. An inflatable movie screen like this one will be
To celebrate the theater's impending return in early up in front of the theater in downtown Winter
2008, Seasons 52 and Castle & Cooke Inc. have r a rden.,
need with the Garden Theatre tod create this outdo i,
event under the marquee with the showing of the PG- 'ry`nter in the Edgewater Hotel or from Heritage
rated family film Night at the Museum with Ben Stiller, Foundabtan board members. Proceeds will benefit Win-
Owen Wilson, Robin Williams and Dick Van Dyke. ter Gard1- 's museums.
Saturday's event, being billed as a "drive-in lawn Guests o arrive early also can enjoy pre-show mu-
chair event," is free, and the evening will include snow sical entertamment at 6:30 p.m. by the Lakeview Mid-
cones, popcorn and cotton candy. The movie will be dle School Jazz Band.
shown at 8 p.m. in front of the theater on a two- Sponsorship support is available by calling 407-401-
story-tall, inflatable screen with state-of-the-art out- 8660. Thirty-, 60- or 90-second ads will be played pri-
door sound equipment. Plant Street will be closed for or to the film and are $250, $500 or $750. For $2,500,
the evening, inaugural sponsors can be listed in advertising and pro-
Want dinner beforehand? Besides dining at the down- motions and will be displayed on the marquee.
town restaurants, residents can purchase a barbecue- The Heritage Museum and Central Florida Railroad
chicken dinner with cole slaw, baked beans and a soda Museum will be open with special visitor hours from
for $8 starting at 5 p.m. Tickets are available at the His- 1-8 p.m.



Orange County parks ban campfires
The Orange County Parks and editions, and campers at the county and will confer with Orange County
Recreation Division has banned camp- park sites will be notified. Fire and Rescue before the ban is lift-
fires at its parks until further notice. The The Parks and Recreation Division ed.
ban, which was put into effect last Fri- will only allow the use of charcoal in For more information, call 407-836-
day, is due to the current drought con- grills at the parks during the drought 6243.


Ocoee will hold public hearing
on redrawing voting districts


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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 10, 2007


JUNE ELIZABETH BROWN, 79,
Ocoee, died April 29. Dobbs Funeral
Home, Orlando.
DEWEY FRANKLIN ROBERTS, 75,
Winter Garden, died Monday, May 7.
Dobbs Funeral Home, Orlando.
JACKIE DEE McKINNEY SLADE, 46,
Salisbury, N.C., died April 30. She was
born in 1960
in Covina,
Calif. She
graduated
from West Or-
ange High .-
School in
was preceded -. -
in death by
her mother,
Lois, in0197
and her
"Mama Jo"
(Joanne McKinney) in 1998. Survivors:


husband, Robert L.; son, Robert L. Jr.
"B.J."; parents, Don and Chede, Cler-
mont; brother, Richard (and Liana)
Donahue, Alvin, Texas; sisters, Nan-
cy (and Roger) Newton, Victorville,
Calif., Charlene Donahue Pacheco,
Beaufort, S.C.; 9 stepbrothers and
stepsisters; numerous nieces,
nephews, great-nieces and great-
nephews. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home, Winter Garden; Winter Garden
_Cemetery' .

TOM STEAD, 56, Bay Hill/Orlando,
died Wednesday, May 2, of compli-
cations from a bone-marrow trans-
plant. He served on the board of di-
rectors of the Bay Hill Invitational (now
the Arnold Palmer Invitational) for
years and was tournament chairman
in 2003 and 2004.


Alzheimer's Association offers
behavior management tips for caregivers


The Alzheimer's Association is
sponsoring the O'Gara Library Ed-
ucational Series featuring a month-
ly presentation by experts on topics
related to Alzheimer's disease and
related dementias.
The topic "Behavior Management
Tips for Alzheimer's Caregivers"
will be presented by Emma Pittman

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.
To confirm placement, Health
Central must receive the registration
form and the class fee. Registration
over the phone will not be accepted.

Veterans Services
Office in Ocoee
American Legion Post 109 has ar-
ranged assistance for veterans who
need to file for benefits.
Through the post's efforts, Orange
County Government has established a
Veterans Services Office in Ocoee
and agency representative Tommie
Maldonado will be available Mon-
days and Thursdays to help answer
questions and file forms.
His services will be offered at the
Tom Ison Seniors and Veterans Cen-
ter, 1701 Adair St., Ocoee, from 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
He will help veterans file new
claims; reopen denied claims; review
old claims, rating decisions and ap-
peals; apply for increases, widows
benefits, burial benefits, pensions, sur-
vivor benefits program claims and to
prepare notice of disagreements and ap-
peals. Counselors are also available
for group benefits briefings. To sched-
uled a briefing, call 407-836-8990.
For more information, call 407-654-
8493.

Lions collecting
glasses, hearing aids
The Winter Garden Lions Club is
collecting old eyeglasses and hearing
aids. The club has a drop-off location
at the Winter Garden Heritage Foun-
dation, located in the Edgewater Ho-
tel in downtown Winter Garden.
For more information about the pro-
ject, contact Nancy Walker at 407-
489-6018 or nancy@jasonwalker.biz.

Get help from
Health Alliance
resource program
The Health Alliance Family Care
Center in Winter Garden offers the
Family Resource Program to residents.
The goal of the program is to promote
self-sufficiency for Orange County cit-
izens. Services are provided through
a case-management model to clients.
The program serves disabled county
residents who expect to return to work
and those with the goal of receiving
benefits from other agencies.
For more information or to make a
referral, call 407-836-8410 or 407-
877-4314.


on Tuesday, May 22, from 6-7:30
p.m. Light refreshments will be
served.
The meeting is held at 988 Wood-
cock Road, Orlando. RSVP to 800-
272-3900.
Additional education and support
programs are available online at
www.alzflorida.org.

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.
,F6r.shift hours and details of duties
and responsibilities, call Paulina
Wolfe, director of volunteer services,
at 407-296-1148. I

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

Counseling offered
at Health Alliance
Family Care Center
For more than four years, Lakeside
Behavioral Halthcare has provided
individual and family counseling, as
well as various psycho-educational
classes, to people who reside in and
around the Winter Garden area.
The classes are mainly offered in
Ocoee Middle and Ocoee and West
Orange high schools and address
anger management, social skills and
self-esteem.
Lakeside serves all age groups, and
the main purpose of providing ser-
vices in the West Orange community
is to provide equal opportunity for in-
dividuals who suffer from mental
health issues. There is no fee for the
uninsured, and Lakeside also accepts
various health insurance plans.
Lakeside is located in the Health
Alliance Family Care Center, 1210 E.
Plant St. and is open Monday-Thurs-
day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. People can
initiate counseling services by calling
the.office at 407-877-4303 or 407-
877-4307. No referral is needed.
For additional information, visit
www.HealthAllianceOnline.org.


Obituaries


"Living With Asthma" Nights presented by the American Lung
Association of Central Florida
rthe latest in asthma education, medication and prevention
5:30-7:30() p.m. Free to the public


May 10
May 29


Florida I hospital Altamonte
Dr. Jose Arias, presenter
Netmo rs Children's Clinic, Orland
Dr. Floyd LUvingston, presenter


For details, call 407-425-5864 t AMERICAN


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LUNG ASSOCIATION'


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Local


Seniors First needs
volunteer drivers
The Seniors First Meals on
Wheels department is looking
for volunteer drivers.
Meal routes are located
throughout Orange County
with various pickup locations.
Routes are available Monday
through Friday, and each route
usually takes an hour.
Seniors First is a non-profit
service agency serving seniors
in all Orange County Meals on
Wheels Neighborhood Lunch
Programs and Home Repairs,
Transportation and Guardian-
ship services.
To volunteer to be a driver
for Meals on Wheels, call Lor-
raine Shumaker at Seniors First
at 407-292-0177, Ext: 260.



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.


Chihuly exhibit
to close Thursday
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 this Thursday,
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, Chihuly
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
Smithsonian, the Louvre and the Vic-
toria and Albert Museum, the artist's
work has been featured at Millenia
since the gallery's opening. Repre-
sentative pieces from the Seaforms
and Macchia series are included in the
gallery collection, along with the un-
dulating 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.


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


Mall robbers arrested
On Friday, May 4, shortly before
8 a.m., members of the Ocoee Po-
lice Department Criminal Investi-
gations Division and the Orange
County Sheriff s Office executed
a search warrant and an arrest war-
rant for David Smith at his resi-
dence at 6121 Hudson St. east of
Powers Drive in the Pine Hills area.
The arrest warrant was for Smith's
participation in the armed robbery
that occurred on Monday, April 30,
at the West Oaks Mall in Ocoee.


Ocoee
Wastewater Refunding Agreement for
development of the westernmost end
of West Colonial Drive within the city
limits. This area does not currently
have city sewer service, which has
hampered development along this cor-
ridor.
held the first reading of a proposed
ordinance to annex 37.12 acres of land
on the east side of Ocoee-Apopka
Road, 2,500 feet southeast of the in-
tersection with Fullers Cross Road,
and rezoned the property from Orange
County A-1 (citrus rural) to city of
Ocoee R-1AA (single-family
dwelling). The city is planning to put
a recreation park on this land. The sec-
ond reading and public hearing is set
for May 15, the City Commission's
next scheduled meeting.


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 fqr 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.


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TERREL WESLEY ELLISON
The vehicle used in the armed
robbery was located at the residence
and seized, and the search of the
residence revealed a firearm be-
lieved to have been used in the rob-
bery.
Trelvis Morris was also found at
the residence and arrested. Ac-
cording to police, Morris was iden-
tified as the person who put the gun
in the victim's back and stole her
purse.
The third suspect has been iden-
tified as Terrel Wesley Ellison and
remained at large at presstime Tues-
day.
The suspects who committed this
crime were identified by the video
.that the media aired April 30. Af-
ter the video was aired, Crimeline
received tips that eventually led to
the identification and arrest of the
suspects.

Oakland police report
The Oakland Police Department
provided the following monthly ac-
tivity report for April. There were
19 criminal reports, 3 non-crimi-
nal reports and 5 traffic crash re-
ports.
Traffic activity reports to-
tal traffic citations, 107; warnings


held the first reading of a proposed
ordinance to annex property of less
than one acre located on the south side
of White Road near the intersection
with Clarke Road and to rezone the
property from Orange County A-1 to
city of Ocoee R1AA. The second
reading and public hearing will be
held May 15.
held the'first reading of a proposed
ordinance to annex 1.95 acres of land
located on the north side of West
Colonial Drive between Blackwood
Avenue and Clarke Road and change
the property's zoning from Orange
County A-I to city of Ocoee C-2
(community commercial). The city
plans to construct a stormwater abate-
ment area and future right-of-way on
this Florida Department of Trans-


issued, 47. This includes driving
with a suspended license (7), driv-
ing with no license (3), running a red
light (18), running a stop sign (3),
tag violations (4), unlawful speed-
ing (22) and failure to obey a traf-
fic control device'(5).
Arrest activity reports This
includes driving without a valid li-
cense (4), larceny petit theft (1) and
juvenile burglary/petit theft (1).
Non-arrest reports This in-
cludes criminal mischief (2), juve-
nile sexual battery (1), juvenile
larceny/petit theft (1), contribution
to the delinquency of a minor (1),
burglary of a structure (3), larceny
petit theft (2), battery (1) and af-
fray (1).

Ocoee fire report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 77 calls for assistance
during the period of April 26-May
2:
Fire-2
EMS--40
Vehicle accidents-8
Hazardous materials-1
Public Service-24
False alarms-2
City calls-64
County calls-6
Winter Garden calls-3
Windermere calls-4.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire Depart-
ment responded to 76 calls for as-
sistance from April 29 through May
5:
Fires--4
Emergency medical calls-46
Auto accidents-9
Automatic fire alarms-7
Public assist---0
Hazardous conditions-0
Miscellaneous-10.


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portation surplus property. The sec-
ond reading and public hearing will
be held May 15.
appointed Fay Alston to a two-
year term on the Ocoee School Advi-
soqry Board.
granted an easement to Progress
Energy for the company to install un-
derground power lines at Wesmere
Townhomes on Maguire Road.
approved the hiring of Central En-
vironmental Services Inc. to demol-
ish two houses that are on property
purchased by the city for a pond site
at the drainage ditch next to City Hall
for a total cost of $7,600.
approved the purchase of a Grun-
domat directional driller and a Sullair
185 CFM air compressor for the
Ocoee Utility Department.


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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times 3A


The rezoning plan the Orange County School Board plans to advertize for local high schools


Schools
in the same school. He expects this
report in the near future.
Attorney Jim Gustino is the legal
"counsel for the Ocoee families in the
northeast section of the city whose
students would be transferred from
('Ocoee High to Wekiva High if the
School Board approves the advertised


rezoning plan. He said his clients are
not happy with the board's decision
"and will continue to press forward
with their efforts to hopefully influ-
ence individual board members to
adopt the proposal advanced by our
group come June 12, the date of the fi-
nal hearing."


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This proposal would keep the 250
Ocoee students at OHS.
"If unsuccessful in those efforts, a
legal challenge remains an option,"
Gustino continued. "However, we
would much prefer to resolve this re-
zoning matter amicably."


The Bells of the Lakes advanced handbell choir opened a recent Senate Session in Tallahassee (above).
Below, the group held mock session and moc6k'MTal workshops in the Senate Chamber and Supreme Court.


Chain of Lakes students open

Senate Session at Capitol


The Bells of the Lakes advanced
handbell class from Chain of Lakes
Middle School recently returned from
a four-day trip to Tallahassee. Under
the direction of Marian Wagster, the
students gave superior performances
and observed the state government in
action.
The choir opened the Senate Ses-
sion on April 12, ringing and singing
The Star-Spangled Banner from the
Chamber floor. The choir was intro-
duced by its sponsor, Sen. Daniel
Webster, and the gallery was packed
with an appreciative audience.
In addition, the choir gave a full per-
formance at the Capitol and attended


sessions in both the Senate and the
House of Representatives. The stu-
dents also had a mock session work-
shop in the Senate Chamber and then
a mock trial workshop in the Supreme
Court.
The students were taken on a guid-
ed tour through the Florida State Uni-
versity music buildings, toured the
Florida Museum of Natural History
and the historic Capitol building, per-,
formed at Westminster and even had
a tiny bit of extra time for fun.
This educational experience gave
these students a new "personal" per-
spective on state legislative processes.
The choir thanks Sen. Webster and


his legislative aide, Cindy Brown, for
their assistance and support and the
chaperones: Carmen Brinda Andrea
Crisp, Jamie Comer, Judith Fielder,
Valerie Friedman, Martha Heffernan,
Tom Geraghty and Sam Wagster.
Students in the Bells of the Lakes
Choir are Chelsea, Brinda, Hunter
Brinker, Courtney Comer, Alyssa
Davis, Tess Fielder, Alex Friedman,
Vanessa Garcia, Austin Geraghty,
Tyler Gray, Hannah Hallenbeck, Katie
Heffernan, Kurt Koenig, Deborah Li,
Nory Ming, Crystal Oh, Jack Orchard,
Dishali Patel, Amber Ripley, William
Rumplik, Rachael Schmoll, Trevi Sell-
ers and Gina Zasowski.


SStreet party to celebrate new life of True Pentecostal church


The community is invited to a street
*'party this Saturday, May 12, at noon.
The True Pentecostal Church of Jesus,
.'a 60-year-old fixture in east Winter Gar-
"den, will be restored and renovated
" through the contribution of time and ma-
terials from Spraggins Builder Services.
The party takes place at 784 Klondike
. St.
The church has been the spiritual
.home of many residents over its long


history. This 1,100-square-foot build-
ing has contributed to the unlimited,
eternal freedom of many people. Now,
with the cooperation of neighbors,
friends and compassionate partners, this
important part of east Winter Garden
will see new life.
Anthony Hodge, founder of Finding
the Lost Sheep, will be on hand with
Pastor Pollock to provide a street fair of
music, food and clothing for all who at-


tend. Those in the community know of
Hodge's tireless efforts to bring the
gospel into the lives of east Winter Gar-
den's neighborhoods.
Michael Tremain, CEO of Spraggins,
said: "Spraggins Builder Services has
been serving the Orlando community
for many years. We value the opportu-
nity to invest our time, talent and re-
sources back into the community of
greater Orlando."


Musical entertainment scheduled
The Lakeview Middle School Jazz Band will perform this Saturday, May 12, at 6:30 p.m. prior to the show-
ing of the movie 'Night at the Museum' in downtown Winter Garden.

Residents asked to beware of hurricane home inspections


Recently a Polk County American
Red Cross volunteer received a strange
phone call from someone who stated
they wanted to confirm a scheduled
"free American Red Cross hurricane
home inspection."
The volunteer pressed the caller for
a name and phone number, but the per-
son would not give it to him and just
kept telling him they were scheduled.


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number through caller ID services, the
number was blocked.
Residents in Central Florida should
be aware that the American Red Cross
does not conduct so-called hurricane
home inspections. Anyone called about
such services should be treated with
suspicion and possibly reported to au-


thorities as a possible scam.
The American Red Cross does pro-
vide information on how to prepare
yourself and your family for any type
of disaster. Anyone needing informa-
tion on disaster preparedness can con-
tact the local chapter directly by visit-
ing www.midfloridaredcross.org. The
American Red Cross national site is
,www.redcross.org.


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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 10, 2007


Opinion


Editor:

We want to thank the West Orange community for its sup-
port over the past two and a half years. Our son, Kyle, was
diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia Aug. 13,
2004. Since that day we have had overwhelming support.
Our neighborhood has helped in many ways. They set
up a bank account, cooked meals and donated blood. Many
-friends from Disney hosted a fund-raiser in November of
2004, and they also visited our house every week since
Kyle was diagnosed. They brought various supplies we
needed to care for Kyle. The teachers at Citrus Elementary
and Ocoee Middle have also been super.
During his treatments, Kyle swallowed 5,120 pills and
1,040 teaspoons of liquid medicine. Hp had15 spinal taps,
three surgeries and 140 needle sticks.
Kyle is in remission and off of chemo, and as a way to
celebrate and pay, it forward I am fund-raising for the
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. On My 31, I am hik-
ing into the Grand Canyon with Hike for Discovery, and
!I am also running for the society's Woman of the Year.


Rep. Nelson discusses 2
!Editor:
The 2007 Legislative Session in Tallahassee ended last
:Friday, when state legislators began heading home after a
; busy last week of negotiations. Among the measures that were
;able to, get enough traction to pass the House and Senate
were a number of bills that will impact our community and
now wait for the governor's signature.
One of the biggest pieces of legislation to move through
!the Legislature this year was a comprehensive elections
:package that will significantly change Florida's role in na-
:tional politics in the upcoming elections.
The bill, which will replace touch-screen voting machines
With optical scanners, will also move Florida's presidential
primary to Jan. 29, allowing Florida a chance to pick the
'Republican and Democratic primary candidates over a month
;earlier.
In previous elections years, presidential primaries were
'all but over by the time Florida voters had their say.
i This legislation will move Florida's primary to the front
iof the line, following the historically important New Hamp-
shire and Iowa races and in line with South Carolina as the
first in the South. Moreover, this bill will allow Florida's di-
verse political environment to translate to an early and in-
:fluential position for choosing presidential candidates.
I This position will bring more candidates more often to Flori-
'da voters and cast the array of Florida's issues into the na-
tional political discussion, as has already been seen with
stalk of a national catastrophic relief fund.
A bill that was passed and signed early on in session will
;tighten restrictions on repeat violent felons.
SThe Anti-Murder Act targets those that commit the most


Editor:

Why do we need to withdraw five million gallons per
:day from Lake Apopka? Florida uses more freshwater for
'irrigation than the rest of the states east of the Mississip-
;pi. We continue to pave over our aquifer recharge areas,
kill off the native vegetation in favor of water hungry
;shrubs and grass. Why not suck our rivers and lakes dry,
*too, so we can continue in the name of progress? Rob Pe-
:ter to pay Paul. Then we can all complain about the heat,
,traffic and fat kids who have no where to play.


My fund-raising ends May 31. I hope one day to make it
to Washington to raise awareness for blood cancer re-
search.
Direct donation can be sent to. LLS at 3319 Maguire
Blvd., Suite 101, Orlando FL 32803; please write "Molly
Piveral" in the memo line.
This Saturday, May 12, at the Orlando Garden Club
the Scott Laurent Collection is hosting a live auction of
framed art, home accents, art glass and jewelry. A portion
of the proceeds will benefit the local chapter of the
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The event begins at
6:30 p.m.
Thank you is not enough. We made friends with fami-
lies that had limited support. No one should face cancer on
their own. So many people that helped told me "it was no
big deal," but to us it was huge. It made every day a bit eas-
ier to deal with, and we will be grateful forever.
The community has made our son stronger.

Molly and Randy Piveral
Ocoee


2007 Legislative Session
dangerous crimes in towns and neighborhoods and stiffens
minimum penalties when these criminals violate their pro-
bation or are caught for other similar crimes.
Moreover, some of the most heated and important nego-
tiations from this session were over the state's budget. This
session, legislators knew from the start that they would face
a tough budget year, as excess sales tax revenues from hur-
ricane repairs following the 2004 and 2005 storms did not
appear this year.
In response, the Florida Legislature passed a budget that
was actually smaller than last year's, totaling $71.9 billion.
Among the biggest items for our community are a $1.2
billion increase in public schools' allocation and $50,000 for
the Youth Central Reading Initiative.
Youth Central is a valuable program, which aims to solve
problems of drug and alcohol use and truancy in disadvan-
taged neighborhoods through mentoring and reading, and
the program will be administered in Orange County.
Also moving on to the governor is the 2007 Consumer
Choice Act, which will open up exclusive cable contracts
for competition. The goal of this legislation is to provide
consumers with more choices and lower prices, and provi-
sions were added to ensure coverage of all areas.
A full rundown of the legislation from the 2007 Legisla-
tive Session will be available in the district office next week.
If you have any questions or comments on the legisla-
tion discussed during this year's session, please contact my
office at 407-880-4414.

State Rep. Bryan Nelson
District 38


Do you all remember the awful feeling in the pit of your
stomach when Charlton Heston's character in Planet of the
Apes comes over the rise to see the Statue of Liberty buried
in sand, with nothing but barren landscape surrounding it?
How could this have happened? How could we have
let it get this bad? I hope our grandchildren don't get that
sick feeling and ask the same question when Lake Apop-
ka is no more than pictures in a fancy coffee table book.

Lucy Cogswell
Unincorporated Orange County


From our archives

Old Times


35 years ago
Billy Burch and Shelley Clanton nab Jean McKinnon in the back alley. Lakeview High School students
are making a movie a spoof of 1930 gangster films. Written, acted, directed and designed by students,;
the movie is produced by art instructor Rod Reeves.


40 years ago
According to the best of estimates, there will be
more than six million people coming to our area for
the opening of the Disney project within four years.
The Orlando Panthers have come up with a unique
idea to sell season tickets and to advance the beau-
ties and living advantages in Florida. Several Cham-
bers of Commerce, including our own, have under-
taken the job of selling 10,000 tickets. In return, the
Panther management will televise color pictures of each
locality when their out-of-town games are on televi-
sion. '
The Starlite Drive-In Theatre is featuring The Wild
Angels with Peter Fonda and Nancy Sinatra and
Teenage Gang Debs, in which they all talk, fight and
love just one way dirty.

30 years ago
The West Orange Junior Service League hosted
the State Council of Junior Service and Welfare
Leagues at the Royal Plaza, Lake Buena Vista. The
theme for the convention was "Westward Ho for the
West Orange Roundup." League members spent many
hours sewing blue denim tote bags shaped like blue
jeans and stuffed with souvenirs donated by mer-


chants. Lois Godbold is league president, and Jimmied
Hargrove is incoming president.
A special party was held at the Gotha Community
House for Ella Bennin, fondly known as Ella B., on
the occasion of her 97th birthday. The party was host-
ed by her two daughters, Marie Mize and Henrietta
Lewter.

25 years ago
With 18 acres of greenhouses under glass, Her-
mann Engelmann uses an electric golf cart to get
around. Not only that, in order for him to keep in
close touch with his total operation, he has installed
telephones throughout his greenhouses. [Remember
when?]
Melodye Hendrix of Winter Garden has three pho-
tographs on display in the Learning Resources Cen-
ter at Valencia Community College. Instructor Ma-
sumi Hayashi selected the most outstanding works
of her students.
Getting Productions broke ground for its new
recording studios on Starke Lake in Ocoee. Glen Get-
tings told The Times he needed serene, tranquil sur-
roundings in which to work and he couldn't have se-
lected a better location.


Join FOLA in efforts to save lake

Editor,

The controversial water withdrawal permit application from the city of Apopka has been
stalled by a challenge from the Lake County Water Authority as they file a legal request for
an administrative hearing on the issue. The final action will now be decided through a le-
gal process where both sides present legal and scientific arguments. LCWA opposes the with-
drawal because it will limit their proposed NuRF project.
Friends of Lake Apopka has opposed any use of surface water from Lake Apopka because
it jeopardizes the long-term restoration process, decreases any recreational use of the lake,
deprives downstream lakes of much-needed water and has a major impact on the entire
aquatic ecosystem.
Because the use of groundwater for irrigation should be opposed by everyone, FOLA
has asked for consideration of a process whereby storage ponds could be built in the north
shore to catch and hold stormwater until it is needed.
We feel this is the beginning of a water war, which will affect all citizens of Florida. Any
use of surface water for lawn irrigation cannot be justified because of the long-term impacts
on aquatic systems. The water management districts throughout Florida should now focus
on storage capabilities, water conservation, education of the public, stronger landscape or-
dinances and redistribution of existing water throughout the state. Local governments should
also be encouraged to use tiered bill procedures whereby excessive use is billed at a high-
er rate.
Everyone should be encouraged to get involved in every way possible to conserve wa-
ter and, where necessary, insist that our elected and appointed officials base their decisions
on the applicable science rather that political and economic factors.
We are continuing, to fill petitions against the water withdrawal from Lake Apopka. We
hope to expand our membership and begin a fund-raiser to give us the funds we need to ad-
dress these issues. If you haven't gotten involved yet, join FOLA and other groups who study
these issues and help any way you can!

Mona Phipps
President, Friends of Lake Apopka


TO: ST JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

FROM: CONCERNED RESIDENTS OF THE LAKE APOPKA BASIN


RE:


LAKE APOPKA WATER WITHDRAWAL


We have recently been made aware of the request for the withdrawal of water frdm Lake Apopka. We
strongly urge you to consider other means of supplying water needs.

Mail back to:
FOLA
Box 770355, Winter Garden, FL 74777


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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times 5A




Business

JI-Mta F *. I | | Engineered Homes sells out The Enclave


Finding traction once again in the
fast-growing West Orange County
market, Engineered Homes has sold
out its 50-home infill community near
Ocoee called The Enclave. The devel-.
opment sold out in 10 months to post
$17.6 million in sales volume, an av-
erage of $352,000 per sale.
"There have been very few success
stories of late, but this definitely is one
of them," said Engineered Homes Pres-
ident and COO Steve O'Dowd. "This
is quite an accomplishment, coming at
a time when many builders are jump-
ing through hoops to get a sale."
The West Orange market, O'Dowd
added, has been very good to the com-
pany since its first area development,
Forest Trails in Ocoee.: The 136-home
Forest Trails sold out in about 13
months.
"This [The Enclave] was a dynamite
development located in a prime and vi-


brant area where demand was high,"
O'Dowd said. "It was a perfect fit for
the area. Despite what was happening
in the market, our expectations were
high and we were right."
The Enclave features five one- and
two-story floor plans ranging from
1,700 to 3,800 square feet of living
space. All homes are situated on min-
imum 75-foot home sites, with prices
starting in the $260s.
Hoping to capitalize on the momen-
tum set by The Enclave, Engineered
Homes recently launched its third West
Orange development in as many years
with Johns Lake Pointe. The 197-acre,
323-home lifestyle community will be
located off State Road 545 in Winter
Garden.
Engineered Homes, in its 12th year
of operation, posted $102.7 million in
gross sales volume last year with 274
home sales.


Ready to greet customers at the Medicine Shoppe of Winter Garden are (1-r) Harry Rogers, Peggy Love,
Ruth Aycock, Lashaun Brantley, Nancy Smith, Melissa Delgado and Joe lbssa, RPh., CPh. Employees not
pictured: Harry Bradford, Kingsly Gyebi, Darlene Spivey, Denise Perdomo, Doris Peters and Vicki Chaney.

Medicine Shoppe leads industry in national survey


The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy
of Winter Garden joined franchises
across the country in celebrating the
results of a recent J.D. Power and As-
sociates national customer-satisfac-
tion survey, which named Medicine
Shoppe its top retail pharmacy.
With 10 area franchises, including
Winter Garden, Medicine Shoppe also


ranked highest in customer satisfac-
tion among Central Florida pharma-
cies.
"We'd like to thank our customers
for voting for us and making us No.
1," said Joe Ibssa, RPh., CPh., phar-
macist at the Winter Garden Medicine
Shoppe. "We like to go beyond the
call of duty to satisfy our customers."


The Winter Garden Medicine
Shoppe, Ibssa added, has a friendly,
courteous staff, including a certified
diabetes specialist, and offers free
home 'delivery and patient counsel-
ing.
The Medicine Shoppe is located at
646 S. Dillard St. and can be reached
at 407-656-0081.


Coldwell Banker
welcomes back Lund
Coldwell Banker Residential Real
Estate announced last week that Dee
Lund, formerly with Meritage
Homes, has returned to the compa-.
ny's Southwest Orlando office.
"Coldwell Banker's superior mar-
keting system is an important strat-
egy to my success," Lund said. "I
look forward to providing the best
customer service and helping con-
sumers achieve their real estate
needs with my knowledge of the
area."
Lund, a real estate professional
for 20 years, will specialize in res-
idential, new home construction,
luxury and second-home property
sales.
"We are very happy to welcome
Dee back to our.team," said Jewell
Bryant, branch manager of the
Southwest Orlando office. "She has
an ideal combination of real estate
experience and a commitment to ex-
cellent customer service that leads to
making customers for life."
Lund can be reached at the South-
west Orlando office at 407-352-
1040. For more information, log
onto the Web site www.Flori-
daMoves.com.


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EncouraGYM opens its doors
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors helped EncouraGYM celebrate its grand opening
recently. EncouraGYM, located in Winter Garden at 1220 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Suite 116, offers
an active learning environment for children from infants to 5 years old. Parents and children participate in
50-to 60-minute-long classes designed to stimulate children to learn and grow through active play. En-
couraGYM offers birthday parties, and tutoring is available for students in grades 1-5. Gathered at the rib-
bon-cutting are (1-r): Jaclyn Whiddon, Peggy Isaacson, Pat Gleason, Dianne Southwell, Liz Long, the Rev.
Tom Rutherford and'JoAnne Quarles-Sikes.


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ESTIMATING
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When you buy a home, you will pay
"settlement costs" in addition to the
down payment. These costs include the
"points" you pay on your loan, title and
hazard insurance, the title search, legal
fees, and other charges imposed by the
lender. These charges vary by state and
county, but they usually represent a con-
.siderable amount of money.
. Your real estate agent can give you
information about the settlement costs in
your area at the time you begin your
search for a new home. You can use
this information as a guideline. When
you apply for your loan, the lender is
required to provide you with a "good
faith" estimate of the settlement costs.
This figure is usually very close to the
actual amount, since the sales contract
will have the price and terms of your
new home spelled out. Your escrow of-
ficer or settlement attorney will give
you a final figure for the check that is
needed to close.
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6A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 10, 2007



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Kiwanis hears about commuter rail
Marianne Gumee (right) spoke to the West Orange Kiwanis recently about
the possibility of commuter rail in Central Florida. She reported progress
on relieving the traffic crunch and said it appears that the 'light at the
end of the tunnel' is visible. At left is Mervyn Johnson, Kiwanis' vice
president. Kiwanis meets Wednesdays at 7:30 a.m. at the Winter Gar-
den IHOP. Visitors are welcome. Call Pat Foreman at 407-293-6101 for
details.


Civitan learns about 211
Members of the West Orange Civitan Club welcomed guest speaker Do-
minique Prosper of the Heart of Florida United Way to a recent meet-
ing, where she spoke about the United Way 211 Resource Line. This
three-digit phone number is available to anyone in Central Florida 24
hours a day. Residents can call with a variety of health and human ser-
vices questions, and callers are then referred to agencies listed in the
United Way's database that might be able to provide assistance. Above,
Prosper (right) accepts a Civitan gift from club president Cindy Baker.


Benoist graduates,
from basic training
Army Pvt. Nicholas A. Benoist has
graduated from basic infantry, train-
ing at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
During the nine weeks of training,
the soldier received training in drill
and ceremonies, weapons, map read-
ing, tactics, military courtesy and jus-
tice, physical fitness, first aid and
Army history, core values and tradi-
tions. Additional training included de-
velopment of basic combat skills and
battlefield operations and tactics and
experiencing use of various weapons
and weapons defenses available to the
infantry crewman.
He is the son of Andrew Benoist of
Winter Garden and Victoria Benoist of
West Palm Beach.

VFW activities
West Orange VFW Post 4305,
Men's and Ladies auxiliaries will hold
an installation of officers for 2007-08
this Sunday, May 13, at 1 p.m. All
members and guests are invited to at-
tend.
The Ladies Auxiliary will meet
Monday, May 14, at 7 p.m., the Men's
Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, May
16, at 6 p.m., and the post members
will meet Monday, May 20, at 6 p.m.
Anyone interested in becoming a
member of the organization can visit
the post home, 1170 E. Plant St., Win-
ter Garden, for details.

Scottish Rite plans
flag retirement
ceremony June 16
The Orlando Scottish Rite Mason-
ic Lodge in Winter Park will hold its
11th annual flag retirement ceremo-
ny Saturday, June 16, at noon at the
Scottish Rite center, 1485 Grand
Road. The program will observe the
proper retirement of more than 5,000
U.S. flags that have flown over busi-
nesses and residences throughout Cen-
tral Florida.
Master of ceremonies is Bud
Hedinger of radio station WFLA-540,
and Charlotte Taylor of Charlotte,
N.C., will sing the national anthem.
Lunch will follow at a cost of $3.
For more information, call the Winter
Garden Masonic Lodge at 407-877-
2550 or 407-656-1052.

Renee Sigel reaches
sales achievements
Lia sophia recently announced top
honors for its Excellent Beginnings
program achievers for their outstand-
ing sales accomplishments and pro-
fessionalism. Having just joined the
fashion jewelry business, Renee Sigel
has earned this in her first 15 weeks by
attaining certain sales levels and by
sharing lia sophia with other new ad-
visors.
For more information on the com-
pany or its products, go to www.lia-
sophia.com. ,


GARDEN CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF GOD

invites you to join us for a special


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As mothers you become the hands
building, and shaping, fashioning and
carving our next generation and
although some days you may seem
invisible -always know that- "God sees."
And he loves you.
*


Sunday, May 13th
at 10:30am
1001 W. Plant St. Winter Garden

If transportation is needed,
Call 407-656-1855
Wed. thru Fri. 9am-lpm


Garden Cathedral Church of God 1001 W. Plant St. Winter Garden, FL,


Edwards honored
at Health Central Park
The Employee of the Month for
May at Health Central Park is Angel-
la Edwards, a four-year veteran who
is being recognized for being ex-
tremely hardworking and always busy.
According to HCP, the business of-
fice's accounting/billing clerk strives
to complete her tasks every day and sel-
dom takes breaks. She is always
friendly and helpful to co-workers,
offering assistance in any way she can.
She expresses a kind attitude toward
residents and always has a smile on
her face.
Edwards seldom misses work and is
an asset to her department.

Kids Camp Son Shine
debuting at FUMC
Camp Son Shine summer camp for
children 3-12 begins. May 23 at the
First United Methodist Church of
Winter Garden. The camp runs week-
days through Aug. 6 from 8 a.m. to 6
p.m.
Each week has a different theme.
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 sib-
lings.
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,'direc-
tor of children's ministries, at 321-
202-1499 for a form.

Apply for a
Habitat home
West Orange Habitat For Human-
ity 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
School, 1100 E. Maple St., Winter
Garden, and is open to residents of
West Orange County.
This will be the only time and place
that applications will be available.
For more information, go to the Web
site www.woh4h.org and click on
"Selection Criteria."

Young adult
ministry premieres
A new young adult ministry meets
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Attic
Door coffee bar on Plant Street in
downtown Winter Garden. Tr6
Gravenstein, minister of young adults
at NEXT Community Church, will
lead the group, and meetings will in-
clude music and lively discussion.
For details, call 407-654-9661 or
go to www.nextcommunitychurch.
com.


The Garden Kidz clothing, gifts and
accessories store will hold its premiere
opening this Saturday, May 12, in down-
town Winter Garden. The shop will open
at 5 p.m. and stay open during the Gar-
den Theatre's family mbvie night.


The shop, located at 125 W. Plant St.
will have special deals that da\. Call
407-484-1688 for more information.
This shop is a "mom" venture of
Michelle Gentry, Alicia Gerhart and Jodi
Stout.


Classes at Downtown Herb Shoppe, Day Spa
The Downtown Herb Shoppe & cussion on notes, how to blend and
Day Spa, 33 S. Main St., Winter Gar- which carriers to use for different pur-t
den, is holding a number of classes in poses.
the coming weeks. Each is $10, and Weight Loss for the Summer is Sat-
pre- registration is required. Call 407- urday, May 19, from 10-11 a.m. Allenj
656-9119 or go to www.radiantaro- will discuss weight-loss tips, possible
mas.com. root causes of weight gain and sup,
Advanced Aromatherapy 2 takes plementation.
place Thursday, May 17, from 6:30- Aromatherapy Business Building
7:30 p.m. and is taught by Christine is Thursday, May 24, from 6:30-7:30
Allen, owner of RadiantAromas Aro- p.m. Learn ways to create this type
matherapy Bar. Participants should business, host a home spa party anWd
have a basic understanding of aro- earn extra money. Allen will teach
matherapy; content will include a dis- this class. -..

Enter Wild West at Faith Family's Vacation Bible School


. Faith Family Community Church
is saddling up for a trip to the Wild
West. Several sheriff posses are head-
ed to the dusty old town of Tumble-
weed Gulch, where God's love
changes everything. All children ages
4 through fifth grade are invited to
this summer's free Vacation Bible
School, set for June 4-8.
Participants will meet at the "barn"
beginning at 6:45 each evening to be

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 dr online at
www.wintergarden-fl.gov.

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

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

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 sta-
tioned in Iraq and is asking for items
for men and women such as tooth-
paste, brushes, powders, DVDs, CDs,
books, puzzles and board games.
The men and women would also like
to receive letters and would appreciate
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.


Help mom with


Mind/Body/Spirit!


Mother's Day Gift Certificates
for any services at:






Starting Massage
May 12-June 16 Group Fitness


Every Saturday 10am-Noon
Our weight loss Coach
is here for all! Beginners
in Fitness & Weight Loss
will learn the A to Z's
"Quality of Life"!


deputized and assigned to their possy
The music marshal will kick off eac .
night with trailside tunes. From there,
adventure sites include Cowpoke
Crafts, Gold-rush Games, Mustang
Bible Memory, Buckaroo Bible Sto-,
ries and Rattlesnake Snacks.
Faith Family Community Church
is located at 305 Beulah Road, Win-,
ter Garden. For more information, cajA
the church at 407-877-7735. ,
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Bloodmobile c
coming to HCP i
Florida's Blood Centers will have its
Bloodmobile at Health Central Park
this Friday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to
noon. The community is being askeA
to donate blood.
HCP is at 411 N. Dillard St., WinA
ter Garden. For more information, call
407-296-1600.
fi
Alzheimer's support t
group at HCP 5'
Health Central Park in Winter Gar-
den is holding an Alzheimer's su-p
port group meeting every second
Thursday of the month. Refreshments
are provided.
Anyone interested in joining thi
support group or for more informa-
tion can call Phyllis Tyson at 407-296-
1655. HCP is at 411 N. Dillard St.

Register for rec's
summer camp
The city of Winter Garden's summer
day camp program through the Recre-
ation Department is for Winter Garden
residents ages 5 (must have complet-
ed kindergarten) to 13. Camp is Mon-
day through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m,
The cost is $75 per week for the
first child, $60 for the second child
and $45 for each additional. Call the
rec office at 407-656-4155 for details.

Day trips for seniors i
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
apartment has planned a series of day'
trips for its Active 50 and Over pro-i
gram. Registration and payment-aret
due in advance. The cost includesi
transportation and the show.
May 19 Camelot at the Carr Per-i
forming Arts Center. The cost is $48!
for residents, $50 for others.
June 24-American Voices at Mad
Cow Theatre.
July 22 -Always... Patsy Cline at
the Ice House Theatre. Cost is $24 for
residents, $26 for others.
Aug. 15 Nunsense II at the
Starlight Theatre. Cost is $51 for res-
idents, $53 for others.
Seniors can call the rec office at,
407-656-4155 for details.


Personal Training

And More!

Spring into Summer
With our 6 Week Weight Loss Program!


Phone 407-656-1010 18 North Boyd Street Winter Garden, FL 34787


Garden Kidz shop opens Sat.


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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times 7A


W.G. Rec offers aquatic programs
at Farnsworth and Bouler pools


LOUISE TAPPER

Tapper honored for
outstanding service
to literacy group
I The Adult Literacy League has rec-
ognized Louise Tapper with its Out-
standing Service award. The honor
was bestowed at this year's Volunteer.
Appreciation Dinner.
Tapper has volunteered as a reader
at the Winter Garden Children's Health
Center off Plant Street in east Winter
Garden for more than five years.
Every week, she faithfully visits the
center's waiting room and reads to
children and their families while they
wait for their appointment with the
doctor. After reading, when supplies al-
low, she also gives the children a free
book to keep. These books are fur-
nished by ALL.
She also shares information with the
parents about the free services the
league offers, including one-to-one tu-
tibring and ESL and ABE classes.
In the last five years, Tapper has giv-
en books to more than 1,500 children
ahd touched the lives of many more.
For information on joining Tapper
in reading to children, call 407-422-
1540 and ask about the Reach Out and
Read program.


The Winter Garden Parks and
Recreation Department is gearing up
for the summer at its pools,
Farnsworth Pool at 1 Surprise Drive
and Bouler Pool at 362 11th St. In-
formation can be obtained by call-
ing the rec office at 407-656-4155.
Pool hours Farnsworth Pool
is open from 1-5 p.m. weekends only
through May 20. After that, it is open
daily from 1-5 p.m. for open swim.
Admission is $2 (and $1 for children
ages 11 and under).
Adult lap swim is 11:45 a.m. to
12:45 p.m. Monday through Satur-
day, 5:15-6:30 p.m. Monday and
Wednesday and 5:15-7:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays.
Bouler Pool will be open daily for
swimming 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 lessons Lessons are 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 classes are available.
The remainder of the classes -
from beginner/preschool to adult -
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.
Swim Club for 'tweens and
teens A new club for children
ages 8-15 offers a chance to work on
endurance swimming, stroke devel-
opment, competitive starts and turns
and training. Pre-requisite is the abil-
ity to swim the length of the pool.
Saturday competitions will be held in
conjunction with the city of Ocoee.
Classes meet Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday 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 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-registra-
tion is not required.


Winter Garden Recreation activities


The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activities and class-
es. For more details or to register,
call 407-656-4155.
Acting 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 for preschoolers Tues-
days from 9-10 a.m. at Chapin Station.
The cost is $60 for city residents.

Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. H. Parker-F. Litter 2. S. Jor-
dan-J. Swartwood 3. A. Scott-B. Shel-
ton 4. L. Dennis-B.J. Ellis 5. B. and R.
Blair; E-W: 1. J. and G. Woltman 2. J.
and B. Hebert 3. V. Oberaitis-J.
Muzeni 4. R. Austen-J. Burkhardt 5.
C. Baldwin-R. Seidner.


Youth soccer Clinics are of-
fered in conjunction with Empire
Soccer Academy 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 Lessons take
place at the Old Fire Station Rec Cen-
ter, 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.

Learn to sew
Sewing classes are held Mondays
at 3 p.m. at the Maxey Community
Center on Klondike Street. There is
no charge for the class. Call 407-656-
4155 for more information.


This gator isn't so dangerous
The Roper YMCA Guides and Princesses recently visited Anastasia State Park in St. Augustine for their
annual family campout. During the event, a sandcastle building contest was held. The winning tribe, the
Cheyenne, created an alligator, complete with red eyes.



Day of Giving planned at Maxey Community Center
The 4th Annual Day of Giving will be held at the Maxey Community Center in Winter Garden on Satur-
day, June 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The purpose is to provide valuable resources 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 International Church of Faith and Orange County.
For more information, call Pedro Diaz at 407-836-2551.


Awana members experience camping
The Beulah Baptist Church Awana program celebrated its year-end April 28-29 with an overnight campout
at the church. Ninety clubbers ages 3 through 5th grade and adults enjoyed singing with the praise band,
storytelling, ice cream sundaes, movies, games, putt-putt golf, a waterslide and a super-soaker squirt-gun
war. Families camped on the grounds in tents and woke up to a breakfast of pancakes, sausage, bacon
and eggs. The weekend ended with a cookout and an end-of-the-year awards program. The Awana club-
bers (above) won numerous awards for Bible memory, attendance and character development activities as-
sociated with the program. For more information on participating in Awana in the fall, call the church office
at 407-656-3342. The church is at 671 Beulah Road in Winter Garden.


Pastor's Masters golf
tourney is Saturday
The 16th Annual Pastor's Masters
Golf Tournament is this Saturday,
May 12, at Orange County National
Golf Course with a 7:45 a.m. shotgun
start. The annual service project fund-
raiser is a handicapped four-man
scramble. Prizes will be awarded for
first and second place, closest to the
pin and the longest drive.
The $95 fee includes a continental
breakfast, entry, cart, range balls,
lunch at the golf club, automatic en-
try into challenges, a complimentary
gift bag and coupons, bottled water
and mango-scented towels.
An extreme raffle ticket (including
two raffle tickets and two mulligans
and additional raffle tickets can be
purchased at registration.
To register or for more information,
call 407-877-3937. Make checks
payable to People of Faith. Proceeds
benefit the West Orange Christian
Service Center and People of Faith
Children and Youth Ministry.


Musical lineup
at Attic Door
Attic Door in downtown Winter
Garden is hosting the following mu-
sical acts this month:
May 10, Billy Varnes, classic coun-.
try and bluegrass; May 11, Winter
Garden's Jazz Quartet, instrumental
jazz; May 12, Jaimie Roberts; May
17, Tom and Lindsey Grimes, acous-
tic guitar and vocals; May 18, Acous-
tic Tonic, bluegrass/folk/country trio;
May 19, Jason Thomas & Friends,
bluegrass/folk/fiddle; May 24, Bob
Rafkin, indie/folk acoustic guitar; May
25, Winter Garden's Jazz Quartet;
May 26, Paul Price, smooth instru-
mental jazz; and May 31, Audrey
Johnson, indie/rock/acoustic guitar.


A different way to travel
Tyler and Connor Green examine 1 of the motor cars that visited the
Central Florida Railroad Museum on a recent Saturday, They are the
sons of Gary and Shannon Green of Winter Garden. Eighty-seven
guests visited the railroad museum that day.


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Ocoee


Victory Gospel Singers to perform
The Victory Gospel Singers will visit three local churches this month.
Pastor Charles "Buddy" Stephens and New Hope Love of God Church,
located at 643 Coke Ave. in Winter Garden, will host the singers on Fri-
day, May 18, at 7 p.m. Pastor Jason Cooper and Oak Level Baptist
Church, located at 10564 Second Ave. in Ocoee, will host the Victo-
ry Gospel Singers on Sunday, May 20, beginning at 9:30 a.m. as Oak
Level and the community honor Dr. Walter M. Fowler for his 37 years
of effective leadership.
Pastor Tony Gilliam and Park Avenue Worship Center, located at 117
N. Park Ave. in Apopka, will host the singers on Sunday, May 20, at
6 p.m.


Evening line dancing at Community Center
Lindy Bowers of Ocoee is teaching practice at approximately 7:30).
Tuesday night line dancing classes Dancers are also invited to come
from 6:30-8:30 in the Ocoee Corn- for the whole time for exercise and
munity Center, 125 Lakeshore Drive. fun. The cost is $3 per evening.
Her dancers, known as lindy's lines, For more information, call 407-721-
include beginners (who practice at 5106 or e-mail KidkNBoot@
6:30) and advanced beginners (who cfl.rr.com.

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


Ocoee to hold
public hearing on
redistricting plans
The City of Ocoee Redistricting
Commission is seeking input to review
and discuss the redistricting options for
the City Commission voting districts. A
public hearing will be held on these dis-
tricts Thursday, May 17, at 6 p.m. and
will be televised on the city's cable sta-
tion, Channel 21.
After reviewing population, growth
trends, demographics and other data,
the Redistricting Commission will pre-
sent three different options designed to
balance the population in the four com-
mission districts. The maps that will be
presented can be viewed in advance on-
line at www.ocoee.fl.us by clicking on
the "Redistricting Commission Op-
tions" link on the home page or by vis-
iting the city clerk's office at Ocoee
City Hall, 150 N. Lakeshore Drive.
Persons with disabilities needing as-
sistance to participate in this meeting
should contact the city clerk's office
48 hours in advance of the meeting at
407-905-3105.

Chick-fil-A Spirit Night for
Saving Young Hearts
A special fund-raising event for Sav-
ing Young Hearts will be held at the
Chick-fil-A in the West Oaks Mall food
court in Ocoee from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on
Thursday, May 31.
Customers can donate 15 percent of
their purchases to Saving Young
Hearts, an organization committed to
raising public awareness about sudden
cardiac arrest in children and young
adults, as well as the need for heart
screenings for early detection and the
importance of placing automated ex-
ternal defibrillators in public schools.
For more information, visit
www.savingyounghearts.org.

Ocoee resident receives
Girl Scout award
Jenny Fauser of Ocoee is the re-
cipient of the Carol Braby Award
from the Girls Scouts Citrus Council
for her significant contributions to the
council's reach for pluralism. She was
also recently elected as Citrus Coun-
cil Board secretary. The award was
presented at the council's 51 st annu-
al meeting at the Rosen Centre Hotel
on International Drive.

Ocoee to hold
Memorial Day ceremony
The city of Ocoee will honor fallen
troops at its annual Memorial Day cer-
emony set for Friday, May 25, at 11
a.m. The ceremony will take place at
the Starke Lake Gazebo, 150 N.
Lakeshore Drive, next to City Hall.
The public is invited to attend, and
refreshments will be served.
For more information, call 407-905-
3100, Ext. 9-1530.


Citrus Elementary Creative Expression Celebration winners: (1-r, front row) Brittany Andrews, Zuri Montgomery,
Arianna Martinez and Brenna Monahan and (2nd row) Woman's Club Education Chairman Sharon Chan-
dler, teachers Lamarda Brooks, Amy Orseno, Jennie Belloch, Principal Cynthia Drayton and Woman's
Club Education Co-chairman Vicki Raduenz.


Clarcona Elementary Creative Expression Celebration winners: (1-r) teachers Wendy Balis and Denise De-
newith (in back) and (in front) students Jaliscia Hall, Destiny Moore, Katie Farrier and Joshua Wilson.


' Celebrating
15 Years!


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Matthew Harrison, DO and James Wilson Jr., DO
are pleased to welcome

Amy Jackson, DO


Dr Jackson is a graduate of Midwestern University, Chicago College of
Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Residency at Florida Hospital
East Orlando as Chief Resident. Dr Jackson speaks conversational
Spanish and is able to conduct office visits in Spanish.


Laurel Oaks Family Practice


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2711 South Maguire Rd
Ocoee, FL 34761
407-877-1990


Clermont Healthcare
835 7th St. Suite 1 Bid A
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352-394-2164


Ocoee Elementary School Creative Expression Celebration winners: (i-r) Woman's Club Education Chair-
man Sharon Chandler, Ocoee Elementary administrator Keri Zemaitis, Katelyn Sleeter, Kyle Tursky and Wom-
an's Club Education Co-chairman Vicki Raduenz. Not pictured: Justin Krauss and Jason Simmons.


Spring Lake Elementary School Creative Expression Celebration winners: (1-r) teacher Sonja Robinson, Wom-
an's Club Education Chairman Sharon Chandler, Carter Acton, Rosa Cruz, Roberto Avila and Woman's Club
Education Co-chairman Vicki Raduenz. Not pictured: Gabriela Penagos.

Woman's Club honors local students


The Woman's Club of Ocoee recent-
ly held its annual Creative Expression
Celebration and honored the elementary
school ivinners at a luncheon in the club-
house on Lakewood Avenue. Students
used essays, poems, art and song to ex-


press "What Patriotism Means to Me."
Each winner from Citrus, Clarcona,
Ocoee and Spring Lake elementaries re-
ceived a blue ribbon and a certificate of
excellence, and each school media cen-
ter received a $100 donation.


Papa John's Pizza, a local school sup-
porter, and club members provided lunch
for the students, their parents and se- A
elected school staff.
This event is a long-standing tradition
of the Woman's Club.


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vendors: Sign up now
for Music Fest '07
The Winter Garden Music Fest 2007,
produced by the Winter Garden Heritage
Foundation, is seeking vendors and mu-
sicians for its three-day event Oct. 5-7.
Last year, the streets were crowded,
the music was varied and great, and ven-
dors brought all sorts of fun and beauti-
ful things. Children enjoyed the KidzFest
area, and the music seminars were
packed with both professionals and
emerging professionals. The local restau-
rants were still serving way into the night
to meet the demands of the scores of pa-
trons.
People were dancing in the streets.
And many brought folding chairs or
grouped around the fountain to see the
musicians, sample the food and enjoy
the party atmosphere. There was a vari-
ety of music, and all age groups were
represented on the stage.
Organizers are looking forward to
building on this success with more
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West Orange Realtors plan networking event
A group of Realtors who work mostly in West Orange County are
hoping a new networking event will help pick up the local residen-
tial real estate market.
Kent Makin, Tri-State Realty; Bob Gosselin, Gosselin Realty;
Anette Luck, Luck Realty Group; and Linda Osterberg, Mortgage
Solutions of Central Florida have spearheaded two organizational
meetings and are now ready to launch the West Orange Realtor Re-
source.
"I've been attending similar weekly meetings for several years in
Clermont and Kissimmee," said Makin, who has been involved in
local construction and real estate for 20 years. "It's so much easier to
get a deal done when you already know the agent siting across the table
from you."
The first WORR meeting will be held Thursday, May 17, at 8 a.m.
at Stoneybrook West Golf Club. In addition to networking, sharing
new listings and talking real estate in general, Mike Bollhoefer, Win-
ter Garden city manager, will give a presentation on property tax re-
form being discussed in Tallahassee and implications for local real es-
tate.
A continental breakfast will be available for $7.75 a person. All
real estate agents and brokers who do business in West Orange are in-
vited to attend, as well as affiliate businesses like mortgage, title,
home inspection and others who deal in residential real estate.
RSVP to Osterberg at lindaost@msn.com. For more information,
call Makin at 407-877-8620, Gosselin at 407-654-6688 or Luck at
407-832-5825.


The recent American Cancer So-
ciety Relay For Life of West Orange
raised more than $94,000 for cancer
research and West Orange patient
services. The 18-hour event took
place April 13-14 at Ocoee High
School.
"West Orange residents really
showed their spirit this weekend,"
said Sheila Jackson, event chair for
the 2007 Relay. "Many cancer sur-
vivors anyone who has ever been
diagnosed with cancer showed up
to participate as well. It was very
touching and emotional for all of us."
A wrap-up party is planned for
Monday, May 21, at 6 p.m. in the
Ocoee High cafeteria for all who par-
ticipated. Teams are being encour-
aged to wear their team T-shirts.
The top individual fund-raisers
were Anya Davidson with the Lake-
view Middle School team, Kara Pelu-
so with the Love Hope Determination
team, Kim Quillinan with the First
United Methodist Church's Circle .of
Hope team and Mary Mazza with the
city of Winter Garden team.
The top team fund-raisers were
Lakeview Middle, Crawford Tire,
Manheim's Florida Auto Auction,
West Orange Civitan and Frangus
Elementary School.
The top online fund-raising indi-
vidual was Davidson, and the top on-
line fund-raising team was Lakeview
Middle.
Those teams meeting the Bronze
level of raising $2,500-$4,999 were
Beulah Baptist Church, West Orange-
Junior Service League, city of Win-
ter Garden, Frangus Elementary,
Love Hope Determination, Thome-
brooke Elementary School, Gotha
Middle School, Windermere Ele-
mentary School, the Bar Mitzvah
Bagel Shop and Citrus Elementary
School.
Teams meeting the Silver level of
raising at least $5,000 were West Or-
ange Civitan, Manheim's Florida
Auto Auction, Crawford Tire and
Lakeview Middle.
Jackson said the money raised in'
the 2007 Relay For Life will be used
to speed up the search for new
weapons to fight cancer.
"Cancer will soon become the No.
1 killer in America as baby boomers
grow older," she said. "In order to
expand our patient services in West


Orange County and research new
ways to treat patients, we've got to
channel more public attention and
money into this problem."
The Relay For Life of West Or-
ange was made possible by the
bronze event sponsor, Progress En-
ergy.
Additional in-kind donations were
provide by Adams Road, Beautiful
Music, Benchwarmers, Bethlehem
Drill Team, Boy Scout Troop 210,
Brush Off, Butler Music Orlando,
Butterfly Barbarossa, Central Flori-
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of Winter Garden, Clambake Part-
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Mervvn Johnson (left). vice president of West Orange Kiwanis, intro-
duces Ya'Frica Tadesse and Larry Banks from Florida Virtual School.

Kiwanis learns about virtual school


The West Orange Kiwanis had t\vo
guest speakers from Florida Virtual
School at a recent meeting: Ya'Frica
Tadesse. public affairs liaison, and
LamT Banks.
Flonda Virtual School has been part
of the public school system for more
than 10 years. It gives students in mid-
dle and high school levels a chance to
work on subjects to improve their
grades or to accelerate through a
course. The courses have full SAC
committees and CITA accreditation.
With a computer and a desire to suc-
ceed, a student has an opportunity to
enter the school system at any time, any


place, on anN path and at any pace.
Ki\~anians x\ere impressed %w ith the
procedure and the fact that parents
"ere intol'ed The school serves
about 40.000 students in Florida and
receives state money only when a scu-
dent finishes a course with a passing
grade.
The Kiwanis is considering spon-
soring a Key Club with Florida Virtual
School as an extension of the club's
outreach. Guests are invited to join
the Kiwanis Wednesdays at 7:30 a.m.
at the Winter Garden IHOP. For more
information, call Pat Foreman at 407-
293-6101.


Rec offers Active 50 group for seniors


The Winter Garden Recreation
Department offers Active 50 and
Over. Interested seniors can call the
rec office at 407-656-4155 for de-
tails.
My Critic's Choice offers a
chance to visit local restaurants and
critique the overall dining experi-
ence. Lunch and Learn lets seniors
enjoy a catered lunch and hear guest


speakers. Day trips are scheduled
every month. A greeting card re-
cycling group meets the second
Tuesday of each month at the Old
Fire Station Recreation Center.
Armchair Traveler gatherings are
the third Friday of each month. The
West Orange Page Turners Lit-
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Monday of each month.


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provided by Orlando.and Paula Rivera.


West Orange High Class of 1982
The West Orange High School Class of 1982 is planning its 25-year
reunion and is inviting members of the classes of '81 and '83 as well.
The event is Sept. 28-30 at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando.
The cost is $105 for the weekend; only paid and registered class-
mates will be admitted. Register at www.wohg82.com. Send registra-
tion form and fee to P.O. Box 89484, Tampa 33689-0408. Make checks
payable to West Orange Reunion.
Friday: welcome reception. Saturday: celebration including dinner,
dancing and a presentation. Hotel guests can meet poolside Saturday and
Sunday during the day.


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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times 11A


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A NURSING AND REHABILITATION CENTER


Chamber luncheon honors administrative professionals
AmSouth Bank and the West Orange Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a Administrative Pro-
fessional's Day Luncheon and Fashion Show at Stonewood Tavern & Grill and Tavern on Dr. Phillips Boule-
vard. Dillard's at the West Oaks Mall in Ocoee provided the fashions, and the models.were treated to
makeovers by Chanel, Dior and Lancome cosmetics with hair styling courtesy of Cosmetropolis Salon.
Models featured were (1-r, in front) Felicia Lewis, vice president of business banking for AmSouth Bank; Nick
D'Uva of High Line Inc.; Jim Densmore of Signature GMKC; Lauren Wolf of WOCC; WOCC ambassadors
Lori Tyson, Pat Gleason and Jaclyn Whiddon; Heidi Koch of 'Good Living Magazine'; and Debbie Vineyard,
WOCC ambassador; and (in back) Tracy Seebach of Veranda Park and WOCC President Stira D'Uva.























Administrative professionals were treated to lunch and a fashion show sponsored by AmSouth Bank and
the West Orange Chamber of Commerce at Stonewood Tavern & Grill. Pictured: (1-r) Tracy Jenkins, assistant
chef at Stonewood Tavern & Grill; Megan Daemy, Stonewood's marketing coordinator; Randa Averez,
fashion coordinator at Dillard's; Felicia Lewis, vice president of business banking for AmSouth Bank; and
Stina D'Uva, WOCC president.


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



Windermere


Rotary Club President Julia Strimple (back left) congratulates the winners and runners-up in the club's an-
nual 4-Way Test Essay Contest at Thornebrooke Elementary School. Pictured with Strimple (1-r) are win-
ners (back row) Brittany Wendzel, Victoria Nero, Valerie Owen, Katie Ibrahim, Jaselle Manikowski, Cassidy
Boatwright and Heidi Obediente; and runners-up (in front) Hannah Lilo, Michael Shimmer, Jasleen Hernandez,
Tallie Ardaman, Natalia Velandia, Alexa Avecilla and Darrion Ford.

Windermere Rotarians honor Thornebrooke's 4-Way Test winners


The Rotary Club of Windermere
held its breakfast meeting April 24 at
Thornebrooke Elementary School.
Rotarians gathered with proud fami-
ly members and Thornebrooke fac-
ulty to honor the school's winners in
the annual Four-Way Test Essay Con-
test.
The Rotary Club uses the Four-
Way Test as a guide or measure of
the things we think, say or do. The
test asks the following questions: Is it
the truth?, Is it fair to all concerned?,
Will it build good will and better
friendships? and Will it be beneficial
to all concerned?
The essay contest rules are simple.
Each student is encouraged to select
a topic, apply the test and then com-
pose an essay. All writing is done in


the classroom, and the classroom win-
ners and runners-up are selected by
the teachers.
This year's winners at Thorne-
brooke were Cassidy Boatwright,
Victoria Nero, Brittany Wendzel,
Katie Ibrahim, Heidi Obediente, Va-
'lerie Owen and Jaselie Manikowski.
The runners-up were Alex Avecilla,
Michael Shimmer, Hannah Lilo, Tal-
lie Ardaman, Darrion Ford, Jasleen
Hernandez and Natalia Velandia.
Rotary Club spokesman. Bill
Criswell said all of the essays were
well written and the winners read their
essays aloud for the club members
and other audience members. Criswell
said if any of the presenters was ner-
vous it was well concealed. The club
congratulated their teachers, Mrs.


Montgomery, Smith, Moore, Jones,
Thomas and Hunter, Mr. Weiss and
Assistant Principal Christopher
Daniels for their leadership and co-
operation.
Each winner and runner-up re-i
ceived a wall plaque and golden ruler
engraved with the Four-Way Test.
The winners also received $50, and
the runners-up were awarded a $25 w
prize.
The Rotary Club also sponsors the
Four-Way Test Essay Contest at
Edgewood Children's Ranch and
Lake Whitney and Windermere ele-
mentary schools.
The club meets Tuesday mornings
at Town Hall. For additional infor-
mation, call Coert Voorhees at 407-
876-6897.


WUC presents
concert with
dessert May 20
The Music Department of
Windermere Union Church,
United Church of Christ will
continue its new concert se-
ries called Sound Sweets with
a program on Sunday, May
20, at 7:30 p.m.
The "Absolutely A Capel-
la" concert May 20 will fea-
ture the gospel choir, Rejoice;
Voices of Liberty from Ep-
cot; the Humdingers barber-
shop quartet; and a trio called
3 in 1.
The concert is free, and the
public is invited to attend.
Desserts will be available for
purchase from The Dessert
Lady, a local specialty restau-
rant at the intersection of Con-
roy-Windermere and Kirk-
man roads well known for the
fancy desserts it prepares for
retail and wholesale markets.
Beverages will be compli-
mentary.
Donations will be accepted
to help the church's youth
program and music and fine
arts department.
Future concert dates are
June 17, Sept. 16, Oct. 21 and
Nov. 18.
The church is located at
10710 Parkridge-Gotha Road,
Windermere. For more infor-
mation, call 407-876-2112.


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.

Breast Cancer
Support Group
meets at St. Luke's
I A Breast Cancer Support Group is
meeting at St. Luke's United
Methodist Church on the second Mon-
day of each month from 7-8:30 p.m.
The meeting dates are May 14, June
11, July 9, Aug. 13, Sept. 10, Oct. 8,
Nov. 12 and Dec. 10.
The group is for those who have
been recently diagnosed, need infor-
mation or want support. The church
is located at 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland
Road, Orlando. For more information,
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Donna Steele, organizer of Windermere's 6th annual 5K Run Among
the Lakes, and Mayor Gary Bruhn announced the top 10 winners in
the women's, men's and children's divisions of the run from the Health
Central sponsor tent. Steele was awarded a special thank-you plaque
for her time and dedication in coordinating this community event for 6
years.

Health Central is presenting sponsor for
Windermere's 5K Run Among the Lakes


Windermere's 6th annual 5K Run
Among the Lakes was a great success
April 14. It attracted more than 1,000
runners and walkers for the course
that began at Town Hall and followed
a route along the shores of lakes But-
ler, Bessie and Down.
Health Central was a presenting
sponsor for the run and well repre-
sented by CEO and President Richard
Irwin and Senior Vice President Greg
Ohe.
Health Central Wellness Director
Lee Anne Denney and Medical Di-
rector of West Orange Orthopaedics
Dr. Matthew Hurbanis were on site to


answer health questions, and Health
Central paramedics were available in
case of emergency situations.
A band was playing in the Health
Central tent as the sponsors welcomed
the runners at the finish line. Win-
dermere Mayor Gary Bruhn.and event
organizer Donna Steele announced
the top 10 finishers in the men's, wom-
en's and children's categories and pre-
sented their awards.
Steele received special recognition
for volunteering her time to coordi-
nate this community event for the past
six years.


Olympia High principal talks to Rotarians
Jenny Linkh, principal of Olympia successfully functioning school that
High School, was a recent guest prepares students to further their ed-
speaker for the Windermere Rotary ucation and one the taxpayers of Or-
Club meeting. She provided Rotari- ange County can be proud of. .
ans and guests with interesting and Linkh is a graduate of West Orange
informative information about her ed- High School and has been employed
ucational goals for Olympia. She dis- by Orange County Public Schools for
cussed the requirements for manag- more than 21 years in various teach-
ing a school with an enrollment of ing capacities. She has a master's de-
3,250 students and a staff of 250 teach- gree in educational leadership.
ers, administrators and support per- The Rotary Club of Windermere
sonnel. meets regularly on Tuesday mornings
Rotary spokesman Bill Criswell at Windermere Town Hall. For more
said the principal displayed a thor- information, call Coert Voorhees at
ough understanding of the needs of a 407-876-6897.

Lake Burden starts
Missionary to speak on-site sales center
at Windermere Union Royal Palm Homes, the develop-
Missionary Daniel Gourdet er of Lake Burden, a gated lakefronit
will speak at Windermere community on State Road 535 and
Union Church, United Church Reams Road near Windermere, has
of Christ, 10710 Parkridge- started construction on a 4,800-
Gotha Road, Windermere, Sat- square-foot community sales cen-
urday, May 12, at 10 a.m. ter.
Gourdet is a consultant with The sales center is slated to open
the Council of Churches and is in October. Six luxury custom home
working to develop spiritual builders, R.L. Gordon and Compa-
programs in Haiti. His presen- ny, Hannigan Homes, RCB Homes,
station will include information Sorenson Construction, Sunshine
about missionary work in the Custom Builders and Westmont
United Church of Christ and the Homes, are participating, and each
situation in Haiti. A roundtable will build a spec home.
discussion will follow his talk. Completed homes in the commu-
A breakfast buffet will also nity will be priced from the $700s
be served. For details, call 407- to more than $4.5 million. Alto-
876-2112. The public is invit- gether, 107 home sites are available
ed to attend. at Lake Burden, including 21 half-
acre lakefront home sites.


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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times


=Jane Thompson, Sue Goodwin, Carol Kane, Lynn Ferguson, Elise Saunders and Mary Ellen Grant.


,,Carolyn Blankenship, Lolly Brade, Vikki Altobelli, Rebecca Sweatt and Jenny Peters.


.Women's
,League helps 4
organizations
The month of April is always
..the month that the Central Florida
':Women's League hears the pre-
'",sentations from the chosen chari-
-ties being considered for the year-
ly donations and funding that the
league work is all about.
This year, the charities being
-.considered for a grant were Boys
'& Girls Clubs, the Mustard Seed,
..iA Gift for Teaching and Share the
Care Inc.
,, Each charity gave a short pre-
sentation detailing the use of the
funds if it were approved for the
',;;.,charity grant, and then the entire
,...dnembership of the Central Flori-
:'rda Women's League would vote
';on the groups to approve or de-
cline the requested amount for do-
.- ,.nation.
;, All four charities were approved
,., by the membership for this year's
,;league donation. This will bring
the charity donations, to date, to
more than $1 million in grant
monies provided by the CFWL.


Sheryl Elliott, Cindy Rosenbloom and Howell Anne Edwards.


Local resident
promoted by
Market America
Yuet Mei Chau, a Windermere resi-
dent, has advanced to coordinator as an
independent distributor for Market
America, an innovative product bro-
kerage and Internet marketing compa-
ny.
Chau's achievement to this new lev-
el signifies a true dedication to imple-
menting a business system that is of-
fered through Market America. The
company's business model is based on
providing high-quality, market-driven
products that are distributed directly to
each customer via one-to-one marketing.
"One of my biggest goals is to con-
tinuously strive to improve my business
and leadership skills," said Chau. "The
hard work of owning my own business
is beginning to pay off, and Market
America is helping make it a reward-
ing and fulfilling experience."
Chau became eligible for the coordi-
nator position after developing two sales
and distribution organizations, in addi-
tion to selling an established amount of
product, which produced a first com-
mission check.
Previously qualified as a distributor,
Chau has been an independent distrib-
utor for Market America since October.
For achieving the coordinator level,
Chau will be recognized in the compa-
ny's monthly PowerLine magazine and
listed in the company's profiles-of-suc-
cess annual catalog.

Eco Saturdays to
focus on native plants
Area residents are invited to come
to the Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve Sat-
urday, May 19, for the next Eco Sat-
urdays event, beginning at 10 a.m.
Representatives from the Florida Na-
tive 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 partici-
pants. It includes a hike, and those in-
terested 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 program is
open to all ages but limited to 50 par-
ticipants. ,
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.


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, lo-
cated 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

1st Baptist Windermere
continues class on love
First Baptist Church Windermere
has a new class Wednesdays at 6:30
p.m. through May 23. It is designed
to teach participants the five primary
love languages and how to use them to
express love with family and friends.
The fee for the book associated with
the class is $10. The program will take
place in Room FLC 100 at First Bap-
tist Windermere, 300 Main Street,
Windermere. For details and to regis-
ter, call 407-876-2234.


the ashes of a devastated America.
The book is a current selection in
Oprah Winfrey's Book Club.
Winfrey 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
information on the book group, call the
Rev. Curtis-Weakley at the church
office at 407-876-2112 or log on to
www.windermereunion.org.

Windermere Union
Preschool offering
3 summer sessions
Windermere Union Church
Preschool is offering three one-week
summer sessions. The sessions are
June 11-15, June 25-29 and July 16-
20. Program hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
and the fee is $125 per week. Chil-
dren ages 2-and-a-half, 3 and 4 are in-
vited to register. To register, call 407-
909-0464. The preschool is located at
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Road, Win-
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Dr. Phillips Rotary Club presents scholarships
The Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips in cooperation with Dr. Phillips High School awarded $1,000 scholarship$
to 5 DPHS students. During the club meeting April 15, incoming Dr. Phillips Rotary President Sally KarnV
rada presented the awards to (1-r) Nathan Muller, Katrina.Keirsted, Tracey Leffler, Taylor Tribou and Va-
lerie Walz. Scholarship criteria required students to have a weighted grade-point average of 2.0, display traits
of good citizenship, have a record of community service, participate in extracurricular activities and submit
an essay on how the Rotary's Four-Way Test could affect their lives.


WIN Tennis League holds championship
The team from the Orlando Tennis Center scored a 1st-place finish in the Ladies Doubles WIN Tennis
League. Team members celebrated their victory recently at the annual WIN Banquet held at Maison et
Jardin restaurant in Altamonte Springs. Pictured at the event are players (1-r, in back) Denise Collier (co-
captain), Rose Plumley, Susie Rahimitabar of Orange Bay, Lisa Fernandez, Sue Thompson, Edie Regis-
ter (captain) and (in front) Darra O'Keefe, Patty Larson, Janet Pirino and Kathy Boebel. Not pictured are
Colette Sears, Sue Newell, Julie Dupree of Windermere, Jan Meddock, Nancy DeArmas, Barbara Bothwell
of Bay Hill, Donee Attaway, Peggy Leonard and Jackie Chambers.


Dr. Phillips Foundation loans $300,000
to Good Shepherd for permanent home


The Dr. P. Phillips Foundation has
offered a bridge loan of $300,000 to
Good Shepherd Corporation of Or-
lando Inc. The funds will assist Good
Shepherd's Orlando location, Shep-
herd's Promise Inc., in acquiring a
permanent home for the organization,
which will have adequate and effi-
cient operating space for its programs.
"We desperately need program-
matic space to provide services to our
families," said Charlene Sears-Tol-
bert, executive director of Good Shep-
herd Corporation of Orlando. "This
opportunity is huge. It will enable us
to take the organization to the next
level."
Shepherd's Promise is a non-de-
nominational organization that pro-
vides transitional housing, life-skills
classes and support to homeless wom-
en and their children. The foundation


will provide the loan for three years,
which allows for $150,000 of the loan
to be forgiven when the balance is
paid.
Currently, Shepherd's Promise has
been moving its clients and programs
from one community location to an-
other, including the twice-weekly
meals it provides. The new facility
will be a welcomed permanent fixture
for the Good Shepherd clients.
The Dr. Phillips Charities, com-
posed of the Dr. P. Phillips Foundation
and Dr. Phillips Inc., donated just un-
'der $500,000 in grants in March to lo-
cal non-profit organizations. The oth-
er grant beneficiaries of the Dr.
Phillips Charities during this grant cy-
cle are Community Service Center of
Central Florida Inc. in Orlando,
$117,980; and the Adult Literacy
League Inc. in Orlando, $17,000.


Dr. Phillips Rotary welcomes Leadership Conference attendees ,'
The Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips recently welcomed 4 local students to its weekly breakfast meeting at the
Bay Hill Club and Lodge. The students (1-r), Mary Damon, Taylor Tribou, Katie Flowers and Stephanie Pa(D
cotto, attended the 22nd Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference March 1-4. The students gave a shog
presentation on how the conference helped them increase their self-confidence and leadership and citizenship
skills. The main goal of the conference is to have these students return to their school and community anrT
utilize their new skills through participation in club activities, such as Student Council and Interact Club.6


Local author launches
new legal thriller with
book signing May 12
Local author Patrick C. Crowell will
host a book signing at Barnes and No-
ble Booksellers, 7900 Sand Lake Road
(Plaza Venezia), on Saturday, May
12.
Crowell will be autographing his
book, Hostile Environment, which was
published in February by Synergy
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 specializes
in construction, real estate and com-
mercial law. He is also a competitive
rower, surfer, and occasional rock mu-
sician and formerly worked as a se-
nior in-house construction lawyer at
Walt Disney World.
For more information, call the book-
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Monroe (2nd place winner), Lee Monroe (who made the finals of the Men's Flexible Tennis League),
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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times 15A




Oakland


Test scores are in at charter school


Marcia Cason, principal of Oak-
land Avenue Charter School, has
announced the results of the
FCAT.
In fourth grade, 78 percent of the
students scored a level 3.5 or high-
er, which is up from 72 percent last
year. Cason said the school's goal
was 75 percent.
The percentage of students who
scored a 4.0 and higher remained
the same at 57.
Two students who scored a 5.0
- Ramon Lyons and Conner Stan-
ford will join the principal for
pizza this year.
In third grade, the reading scores
maintained the same level as last
year: 76 percent are reading at lev-


el 3 or above as opposed to last
year's 77 percent.
One student, Brianna Evans,
made a perfect score in reading.
"Where we really made some
strides was in math," Cason said.
"Last year, 69 percent of our stu-
dents were at level 3 or above. This
year, we grew to 75 percent."
One student, Nicholas Merbach,
missed only one question on the
math portion of the test.
The same number of students
(10) received a level 1 score as last
year, but the school tested a larg-
er group this year.
Cason said next year's goal is to
get close to the 80 percent mark
for both reading and math.


Cleaning up ONP
,Members of the Bloom 'N' Grow Garden Society recently weeded the entrance to the Oakland Nature Pre-
serve boardwalk. Getting their hands dirty to clean up the area were, I-r, Mary Ann Collings, Carole Wingate,
Phyllis Hickman, Gretchen Boyd, Marilyn Kelyman and Peg Thomas. The preserve is located on Machete
Trail in Oakland.


OPD has number for
non-emergency calls
.- The Oakland Police Department
assures citizens that it is our highest pri-
6rnit to make our community a safe
place to l.ie. 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
emergenciess always call 911.)
* An\ one needing fingerprints or re-
.port copies or who has questions about
serx ices can call 407-656-9797 from
:830 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through
'Friday
. Additional information about the
agency can be found online at
www.oaklandpd.com.

Celebrate moms
and families in
Oakland's Speer Park
', The community is invited to a cel-
ebration of mothers and families on
Mother's Day, this Sunday, May 13.
Families can bring their lawn chairs and
Picnic baskets or a favorite dish to
iare to Speer Park on Tubb Street
m Oakland for a day of family and
fellow ship.
' NEXT Community Church is host-
jng the event. The day begins with
v oruhip at 10 a.m. followed by an old-
lime family picnic at 11:45 with mu-
'ic and food.
' NE\T \\ill also be collecting items
for its next shipment of goodies for
.Iroops in Iraq.
,. For more information, call 407-654-
661.

Know someone
Who needs to be
Ilamingo'ed?
To raise fund forits summer camp
&iip to Gatlinburg, Tenn., the youth
'group at \Vest Orange Baptist Church
is "flamingo' ing" lawns. For $10, the
Nouth will place flamingos in some-
one's yard. The person flamingo'ed
1% 1ill have to pay $5 to have them re-
1no ed.
To cover a yard with a flock of pink
TIamingos, call 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
pt., Oakland. For more information,
e-mail office@westorangebaptist.org
or go to the Web site, www.westor-
langebaptist.org.

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

donate items and
write letters for troops
NEXT Community Church has'
'adopted a 53-member U.S. Army unit
-- Alpha 82nd stationed in Iraq,
lnd Pastor Scott Billue is gathering
items to send overseas as part of an
ongoing project.
' Billue would like to send letters to
accompanyy the care packages. Billue
is asking children in West Orange
CountN to draw or color pictures to
kend as well.
T" he church is collecting hard can-
dties and other snacks; hometown
newspapers and light-reading maga-
Zines; and necessities such as razors,
liquid body wash, lip balm, sunscreen,
handy wipes, toothbrushes and tooth-
paste.
To participate in this outreach, con-
tact Pastor Billue at
pastorscott@nextcommunitychurch
icom or 407-654-9661. The church
ineets Sundays at the Oakland Meet-
ing Hall.


Town of Oakland
meeting schedule
Town of Oakland meetings are reg-
ularly held in the meeting hall on
North Tubb Street. For more infor-
mation, call Town Hall at 407-656-
1117.
Town Commission, second and
fourth Tuesdays, 7 p.m.
Planning & Zoning Board, third
Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
School Advisory Council for Oak-
land Avenue Charter School, first
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
Community Redevelopment, third
Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Parks and Recreation Committee,
fourth Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Guidelines set
for cemetery
The board members of the Oakland-
Tildenville Cemetery have established
a burial plot policy for the cemetery.
Under the new guidelines, everyone
pays unless they have received a pre-
paid letter, they have acceptable doc-
umentation of payment or they are no-
tified otherwise by the cemetery board.
According to board members, citi-
zens 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., Oakland.

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.

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.

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.

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


Women on a mission
The West Orange Baptist Church's
Women on a Mission group will hold
its regular monthly meeting this Sat-
urday, May 12, in the Fellowship Hall.
The group works on mission activi-
ties for the church and are currently
setting up and collecting food for a
church food pantry. This will be used
to assist families in the community in
time of need and will also assist at lo-
cal nursing homes;
The women have a monthly study
out of Mosaic Magazine as well.
For more information on the group,
call the church at 407-656-9749 or go
to www.westorangebaptist.org. The
church is at 200 Tubb St., Oakland.

Habitat plans 5K
race in memory
of Jack Fain
West Orange Habitat For Human-
ity is planning its 5K Jack Fain
Memorial Race this Saturday, May
12, at 8 a.m. It will wind through the
town of Oakland.
The entry fee now until race day is
$20. All paid entrants will receive a
T-shirt. Packet pick-up starts at 7 a.m.
at the race site.
Refreshments will be offered 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,
they can be mailed to W.O Habitat
For Humanity, c/o Bob Tate, race di-
rector, 1246 Markel Drive, Winter
Garden 34787.


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Bring your lawn chairs and favorite dish to share and join with us in Speer Park in Oakland for

ac C eltratt-m of Momn cvd, FcwWf e.


'We .will start the day out
,with a time of Worship'
at 10:00 AM, followed by
. a Old Time Family Picnic
with Great Music, and
Great Food. A great time
' for Moms to relax and for
:'the kids to be kids!


Ahbo e the sweeping v'.ias- ol Lake Apiupka, Oakland Park is. making his,,trv all
(.cr again Firs.Lt ,.tled in 18.14 b- Carolina pluncer, its '.oon to be a henitilull
old-fashi]oned, hut altogether new kind iII place So come home to the reti. you
always % i Mie \'ou had
And make some history of our Uo n


For more information visit:
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Presbyterians plan
Ladies Spring Tea
The Oakland Presbyterian
Women are inviting the com-
munity to their annual Ladies
Spring Tea this Saturday,
May 12, from 2-5 p.m. in the
church's Christian Life Cen-
ter.
Tickets are $10 for wom-
en, $5 for girls 3-12 years of
age, and are available for
purchase by calling the
church office weekdays at
407-656-4452.
Oakland Presbyterian
Church is at 218 E. Oakland
Ave.


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Entertainment


Celebrate Mother's Day with brunch at Airport Marriott


The Orlando Airport Marriott will
offer a festive Mother's Day Brunch
featuring a variety of prepared-to-or-
der traditional favorites, as well as in-
dividual food stations.
Guests can enjoy the pool and lake
view while sipping complimentary
mimosas and listening to a pianist.


Women will receive a complimenta-
ry flower to celebrate the day.
Brunch will be served in LUXE
restaurant from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. The buffet is $45 for adults and
$20 for children ages 6-12.
For reservations and information,
call 407-816-4037.


LA Acting offers Summer Performing Arts Camp 2007


LA Acting Workshop is offering
its 12th annual Summer Perform-
ing Arts Camp, which will feature
eight new theatrical camps during
June.
Director Amy Allen recently an-
nounced that Brandy and Josh
Eleazer will once again be direct-
ing the camp program.


Enrollment is now open for
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"Laugh Factory," "Fractured Fairy
Tales," "The Jungle Book" and
"Musical High School Mayhem!".
For information and registration,
call 407-876-0006 or visit
ww.LAActing.com.


Summer programs at the Morse Museum


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newest exhibit, "Dickens to Benton -
Rare Books and Works on Paper,"
through two free programs designed
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then visit the exhibit and use the in-
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of art.
Reservations are required for these
programs. Call 407-645-5311, Ext.
117, to make a reservation or for
more information. All children must
be accompanied by a parent or
guardian.
The museum is located at 445 N.
Park Ave. in Winter Park.


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Mother's Day at OMA
The Orlando Museum of Art is of-
fering free admission to all moms on
Mother's Day, Sunday, May 13. The
"Gee's Bend: The Architecture of the
Quilt" exhibit will close on that day,
also.
The exhibit features 76 quilt mas-
terpieces from the 1930s and after and
celebrates the recent revitalization of
the community's quilt-making tradi-
tion by spotlighting some of the quilts
created in the last four years.
Gee's Bend is a small, historically all-
black community in Alabama, where
for generations women in the com-
munity have made quilts, piecing to-
gether scraps of fabric and worn cloth-
ing into quilts of bold and dazzling de-
signs.

Free admission
for moms at Leu Gardens
on Mother's Day
Leu Gardens is offering free ad-
mission for moms all day on Sunday,
May 13, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Moms
and children can take a stroll through
the 50-acre garden, take a tour of the.
Leu House Museum and bring a bag
lunch to eat while sitting under a large
oak overlooking Lake Rowena.
Garden admission is $5 for adults
and $1 for children K-12. The garden
is located at 1920 N. Forest Ave.
For information, call 407-246-2620
or visit www.leugardens.org.


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Social


Hardee-Weikart engagement
Don and Gloria Hardee of Orlando partner in Vizual Voice Screen Print-
announce the engagement of their ing.
daughter, Katelyn Hardee of Winter Zac is a graduate of Lakeshore High
Garden, to Zachary Weikart, the son School in Stevensville, Mich., and
of the Rev. Dr. Robert and Joanne Western Michigan University. He is a
Weikart of Vero Beach. self-employed filmmaker.
Katelyn is a graduate of West Or- The wedding is planned for July 21
ange High School and Valencia Com- at the bride's home, followed by a
munity College. She is currently a honeymoon cruise to the Caribbean.


Andrus-Schaeffer wedding vows spoken


Elizabeth Schaeffer and Randy An-
drus were married March 10 in Mait-
land.
The bride is the daughter of Dr. John
Schaeffer and Linda Schaeffer of San-
ford. The groom is the son of Lee An-
drus Sr. and Sherin Andrus of Lake
Placid. He is the grandson of Geor-
gianna Hendrix and the late James D.
Hendrix Jr. of Winter Garden.
Elizabeth graduated from the Uni-


versity of Central Florida with a bach-
elor's degree in nursing. Randy is also
a graduate of UCF with a bachelor's
degree in biological sciences and also
has a nursing degree from Lake-
Sumter Community College. The cou-
ple is employed by Florida Hospital in
Orlando.
Following a honeymoon to Hawaii,
the newlyweds now live in Altamonte
Springs.


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50th wedding anniversary
Feb. 1 was the golden anniversary of the marriage of Mickey and
Lynette Cornell, long-time residents of West Orange County. They re-
cently celebrated with a trip to England and Scotland. While in Eng-
land, they visited many historical sites, including Stonehenge, the Ro-
man Baths and several castles. Their time in Scotland was spent in
the Highlands in the Trossachs National Park and visiting places such
.as Loch Lomond and Stirling Castle.


Harps renew vows after 50 years


H.M. Harp Sr. and Louise V. Jones
Harp were married Jan. 17, 1957,
and renewed their vows this year to
mark their 50th wedding anniver-
sary.
The couple moved from Arling-
ton, Ga., in the late 1950s-early
1960s to Florida and made this area
their home. They have nine children:
H.M. Harp Jr., David Harp Sr., James
Harp Sr., Diane Douglas, MaryAnn
Thompson, Dorothy Harp, Betty Car-
roll, Jeannette Dozier and Annette
Harp, all of whom live in Florida.
During the ceremony to renew the
vows, the bride was escorted by
David Jones Sr. Geraldine Watkins


served as the matron of honor, and
best man was Roosevelt Harp.
Bridesmaids were Diane Douglas,
MaryAnn Thompson, Dorothy Harp,
Betty Carroll, Jeannette Dozier, An-
nette Harp, Sebrenia Brown-Jones
and Movita Lamb..Zari Gant served
as the flower girl.
Groomsmen were H.M. Harp Sr.,
David Harp Sr., James Harp Sr., An-
thony Watkins Sr., Emory Harp,
James Harp Jr., Theophilus Harp and
Anthony Watkins Jr. Malik Harp was
the ring bearer.
Ushers were David Harp Jr. and
Japheth Harp. Melody Tatum was
the hostess.


Wilburn-Beauchemin engagement


Mr. and Mrs. Raphael "Ray"
Wilburn of Auburn, N.H., and for-
merly of Windermere, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Melis-
sa Ashley, to Brandon Jay Beau-
chemin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Normand
Beauchemin of Lincoln, R.L
Melissa and Brandon both gradu-
ated fronim Rutland High School and
St. Michael's College in Vermont with
a degree in accounting.
Melissa is currently pursuing her
master's degree in accounting at


Northeastern University in Boston.
She is employed at Vitale, Catarano
and Company as an accountant in
Boston.
Brandon is also currently pursuing
his master's degree in accounting and
is also employed at Vitale, Catarano
and Company in Boston as an ac-
countant.
A June 7, 2008, wedding is planned
in Derry, N.H, with a reception to fol-
low at Atkinson Country Club in
Atkinson, N.H.


West Orange Seniors plan trip on Winter Park lakes
The West Orange Seniors' next lun- Nursing Home in Winter Garden this
cheon meeting will be held this Thurs- Thursday, May 10, at 2 p.m. The
day, May 17, in the Ocoee Commu- Kitchen Band will play and will bring
nity Center at 12:30 p.m. snacks and entertain the residents.
The May bus trip will be a cruise of Celebrating birthdays last week were
the Winter Park lakes yia pontoon boat. Mary Jane Shaner, Milly Nelson, He-
The bus will leave the Community len Esposito and Grace Roberts.
Center at ,9:30 a.m. for the 11 a.m. The members offer prayers for Joe
cruise, which will'last an hour. Lunch Lavor, who recently underwent knee
is planned at Golden Corral.' surgery, and Betty Boggs.
Last Thursday, the Seniors attended The Seniors wish all the snowbirds
the AARP Chapter 2518 meeting and going north to have a safe trip, and the
heard a speaker from the OrangeCoun- travelers are asked to write Frances
ty Sheriff's Department, Laura Lang, Watts a letter to let her know they ar-
who discussed personal safety, espe- rived safely. For details, call Helen Es-
cially when shopping at the mall. The posito at 407-948-2395 or Mary Black
chapter will next meet at Quality Care at 407-656-4813.

Robinswood Garden Club ends year with banquet
The members of Robinswood Gar- made by Dan Nicholson.
den Club and their husbands celebrat- The club will begin its 48th year at
ed the end of the club year recently the Sept. 4 meeting at 1450 Citrus Oaks
with an installation banquet at Logan's Drive, Ocoee. Visitors are always wel-
Road House. come.
Wilma Lentz installed the 2007-09
club officers: Dee Stack, president;
Fowler, first vice president; Sharon
Zink, second vice president; Betsy P.
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Talpalar, secretary; an Dors n a ,
treasurer.
Each member received a cedar box


HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY


To my mom and my best friend,

At times, I often look back on mB childhood and remember
all the great things wendid together and ho\ much fun we
had together. We are still very close, andwe are going to-have
many more memories together as both of us get older. We
have the best mother-daughter relationship, you arenmy best
friend. Someone I can share ever, thing ith. both the good
and the bad things. Someone who istens to me when I need
a shoulder to cry on. Someone who tries to guide me in the'
right direction whether I listen or not. Someone who is proud
of me no matter what I do. Someone who loves me ho matter
what. You are the best mother a daughter could ask for.
I'm glad to be called your daughter.

Love you,
Laura Cotton

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The Pleus Kids and Grandkids


MR. AND MRS. ANDRUS


A mother's gentle guidance and love,
Are gifts sent down from up above,
And when the care is twice as much,
We can't say thank you quite enough.

















Happy Mother's Day, Mom (Grammie)

and Annie Lee (Yee Yee)

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Spring football kicks off at DP, Ocoee, Olympia and West Orange


Dr. Phillips High star wide out Damion Allen (No. 18) eludes defenders at practice
last week.


A Panther quarterback attempts a pass. DP will host Timber
Creek May 18 for its spring jamboree game. -


A wide receiver and a defender lock up at the line of scrimmage
during practice.


Ocoee Head Coach Clint Moles (center) watches a tailback crash
through defenders during the 'Ocoee Drill.'


An Ocoee lineman overpowers the ball carrier during tack- Ocoee players prepare for their May 18 spring jamboree showdown at rival West
ling drills. Orange.


Titan Head Coach Bob Head watches closely
stacle course.


as his players run through an ob-


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Olympia players crash into the blocking sled last week at practice. The Titans
play May 18 at Bishop Moore.


Titans leap out of the starting gate and slam into their
opponents.


A West Orange High quarterback follows his block-
ers on a running play last week.


The Warrior running game gets tuned up for the May 18 spring jamboree game
when WOHS hosts rival Ocoee.


A West Orange running back grinds out yardage during short-yardage rushing
drills last week.


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2B The West Orange Times Thursday, May 10, 2007


Sports


Ocoee High fund-raiser a success
The Ocoee High Athletic Booster Club held its annual golf tournament fund-raiser April 28 at Stoneybrook
MWest. Club President Pat Buckles (center) congratulates the tournament's winning team members (1-r):
A.ou Hermesman, Jamie Bore, Todd Rainer and Dave Bailey. The event was considered a great success,
According to organizers Buckles, Scott Tidmus, Lisa Daughtry, Kim Hendrixson, Frank Scarlata and Noreen
\Wilkins. Graduates of the original Ocoee High Joe Stinnett, Linda Simmons, Henry Nobles and Rusty
Johnson participated as golfers or volunteers.

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YMCA Gladiators
The YMCA Orlando Gladiators water polo team recently competed in a tournament at Ransom Everglades
School in Miami. Standing by the pool are (1-r) Coach Randy Walters, Omar Sayegh, Austin Sellers, Trent
Massey, Bruno Ferreira, Jack Orchard, Collin Brandt and Ryan Staton.


plympia volleyball honors seniors
rThe Olympia High varsity boys volleyball team celebrated Senior Night last week by honoring seniors and
parents (1-r): Larry Krantz, Justin Krantz, Tamie Shoener, Austin Shoener, Randy Shoener, Sean Webley
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The Panther varsity boys volleyball team celebrates with its 3rd consecutive district championship trophy.

DP volleyball wins 3rd straight district title


The Panthers rolled through last
week's tournament to claim their third
consecutive district championship.
The Dr. Phillips High varsity boys
volleyball team swept Florida Air
Academy 25-19, 25-14, 26-24 in the
finals.
Tanner Wright had,14 kills and 6
digs in-the title game, while Marcos
Waissmann had 10 kills, Jarol Lao
dished out 25 assists and Victor Calla-
do finished with 7 kills and 7 aces.
The Panthers were set to host Boone
on Tuesday evening for the regional
play-in game. The winner will quali-
fy for this weekend's state finals tour-
nament at Timber Creek High.
After falling behind early in the dis-
trict semifinal game, DP stormed back
to defeat Cypress Creek 26-24, 25-
20, 25-13. Waissmann led the way
with 13 kills and 3 blocks. Wright had
10 kills and 9 digs, and Lao racked up
28 assists.
Wright and Waissmann were both
named last week to the All-Metro
Conference First Team, while Calla-
do earned Second Team honors.
The Panther varsity boys track
team competed last weekend at the
state championship meet. The 4x400


Summer junior
golf camp sessions
will be offered at
Stoneybrook West GC
Stoneybrook West Golf Club in
Winter Garden will sponsor six junior
golf camp sessions this summer. Chil-
dren ages 7-17 are invited to participate
in the three-day programs. Stoneybook
assistant pro Kris Crabbendam, a cer-
tified golf instructor who has taught
junior golf clinics at the club for three
years, is the program 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 arrang-
ing tee times, hitting balls on the range,
putting, chipping, skills competition,
pitching, bunker play, full swing, short
game, lunch, rules, etiquette, 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.


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relay team of Curtis Huggins, Damion
Allen, Ricardo Miller and Embry
Peeples captured 3rd place. The 4x100
relay team of Marvin Ford, Allen, Lo
Wood and Peeples finished 12th.
Peeples placed 5th Saturday in the
100m.
The boys track team set several new
records this season. Allen broke the
school record in the 400m, Peeples
tied the best time in the 100m, and the
4x400 relay team also set a new
record.
An informational meeting was
scheduled for Wednesday, May 9, at
1:30 p.m. in Room 216 to discuss
summer conditioning and the fall sea-
son for the varsity boys and girls
cross-country teams.
The Panther varsity baseball team
saw its season come to an end with a
7-3 loss to Melbourne, the state's top-
ranked team, in last week's regional
quarterfinal game.
Trailing 5-0 in the fourth inning,
Mark Nelson (2-for-3, double) scored
on Matt Koch's RBI single to put'DP
on the board. Two innings later, with
Nelson on base, senior catcher Bradley
Hutton blasted a 2-run home run over
the left field fence.


The Panthers finished the season as
district runners-up with an 11-18
record.
Congratulations to Michaela
McGinty of the DP varsity girls wa-
ter polo team for being named to the
All-Metro Conference team.
At the Special Olympics State
Summer Games at the University of
South Florida, DP freshman Mario
Ballesteros captured 1st place in boys
singles tennis by winning 6-2 in the
finals and 6-2, 6-1 in the semifinals.
DPHS announced last week that
varsity football player Steven Alon-
zo will continue his football career at
LaGrange College in Georgia. Alon-
zo joins Ricky Booker, Franklin
Carter, Jared Vaughn, Marty Carr and
E.J. Gilley as members of the Class
of 2007 who will be playing at the
next level.
Athletic Director John Magrino an-
nounced last week that Dr. Phillips
High athletics had finished the school
year in 4th place overall in the Metro
Conference standings. This is the
school's highest finish since 2000.
The DP boys athletic program finished
No. 1 in the conference for the school
year.


Olympia High varsity girls lacrosse players (1-r) Carly Garrison, Saman-
tha Eld and Katie Carbiener earned first-team honors for the All-District
and All-Metro Conference teams.

Olympia honors girls lacrosse players
The Olympia High girls lacrosse da Debord (best defense), Kelly Mar-
program celebrated the 2007 season tinez (most improved) and Anna Hig-
at last week's team banquet. The var- ginbotham (coach's award).
sity team captured 1st place at the dis- Several Lady Titans were also hon-
trict tournament this spring and fin- ored for their athletic and academic
ished with a 13-6 record. performances by USLacrosse and the
Coaches recognized the following Metro Conference.
varsity players for their individual Carbiener was selected to first-team
performances Samantha Eld (best All-District and All-Metro and re-
attack), Carly Garrison (best mid- ceived an All-American honorable
field), Jackie Gomatos and Lena Pro- mention. Carbiener also earned Aca-
copio (best defense), Jessica Bullock demic All-American and Metro All-
(most dedicated), Jessie Erickson Academic honors. Bullock was also
(most improved), Lexi Sikole named an Academic All-American.
(coach's award), Brianne Ferone Eld and Garrison earned first-team
(rookie of the year) and Katie Carbi- honors for both the All-District and
ener (MVP). All-Metro Conference teams. Go-
Junior varsity player awards went matos and Ferone were chosen for
to Rachel Slocum (best offense), All-District second team and All-
Brielle Larkin (best midfield). Rhon- Metro honorable mentions.


Errol Estates CC to sponsor
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.


junior golf camp sessions
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
Parkway, Apopka. For more informa-
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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times 3B


Health Central Foundation plans Tee Off for Community Health Golf Tournament June 4


Health Central Foundation will hold
its annual golf tournament Monday,
June 4, at Keene's Pointe on the Gold-
en Bear Club course. The event will
begin with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
Registration and a continental
breakfast for the four-person scramble
event will begin at 7:30 a.m. The en-
try fee is $165 per person and includes
greens fee, cart rental, range balls and
an awards luncheon following play.


For sponsorship opportunities or in-
dividual registration, call 407-296-
1811 or visit the Web site at
www.healthcentralfoundation.org.
Sponsorship rates range from $150
for a tee sign to $10,000 for a pre-
senting sponsor. Committed sponsors
include Progress Energy; MCRG;
Keene's Pointe; Mercedes Benz of
South Orlando; BellSouth; Isleworth;
West Orange Junior Service League;


Danskin Women's Triathlon

Series returns to Disney


The Olympia High varsity baseball

A magical run for
The best baseball season in Olympia
High's history came to a close last Fri-
day night in the Class 6A regional
semifinal.
The district champion Titans lost 9-
1 at Tampa Alonso, snapping a 13-
game winning streak. Olympia fin-
ished the season with a 19-10 record.
The Titans scored their only run in
the top of the first inning. After Brad
Miller was hit by a pitch, Nick Kikuchi
and Chris Taladay connected for base
hits to bring home the run.
Alonso quickly responded, though,
by tying the score in the bottom of the
first and knocking Olympia starter
Austin Steele out of the game with 3
more runs in the second inning.
Michael Grimes pitched in relief.
The Titans were shut down by Alon-
so's star pitcher, who had 9 strikeouts
in six innings.
Olympia opened the state playoffs by
winning its regional quarterfinal game
over Vero Beach 6-5 on May 1.
Last month, Olympia caught fire
and rode its winning streak to an im-
probable district championship. Strug-
gling with a 6-8 season record,
Olympia turned things around and rode


team celebrates after winning the district championship.

Olympia baseball ends at regional


timely hitting, solid defense and out-
standing pitching to a 13-game win
streak.
The Titans entered the tournament
as the district's No. 6 seed and kicked
things off by upsetting No. 3-seeded
Boone 4-0.
Taylor Hammond pitched seven
shutout innings vs. Boone, while Brett
Butler, Miller, Taladay, Junior Rivera
and Lamar Byrd produced runs at the
plate.
Ryan Countryman threw five score-
less innings, followed by Ryan Hall's
two shutout innings, in Olympia's 7,
0 semifinal victory over Gateway.
In the district finals, Olympia rolled
to a 13-2 victory over rival Dr. Phillips
in five innings. Steele held the Pan-
thers scoreless through four innings,
and Justin Hodges closed out the game.
Butler went 4-for-4 vs. DP and fin-
ished a combined 9-for-12 for the en-
tire tournament.
Starting pitchers Hammond, Coun-
tryman and Steele threw 16 scoreless
innings to lead the Titans to the dis-
trict crown. The trio, along with
Grimes, went a combined 10-0 for the
second half of the season. The Olympia


mis


pitching staff's ERA was 2.50, a new
school record. #
Hammond led the group with 5
wins, 4 1.50 ERA and 51 strikeouts.
Countryman and Grimes (1.77 ERA)
both registered 4 wins. Hodges, Hall
and Lothrop combined for 3 wins and
4 saves.
Olympia entered the regional tour-
nament with a .315 team batting av-
erage, led by Butler, Miller Taladay,
Kikuchi, Rivera.and Byrd. Butler hit
over .600 during a 10-game hitting
streak last month, in addition to lead-
ing the team in steals this season.
Miller hit nearly .500 on the year,
led the team in runs scored and broke
Olympia records for home runs, RBIs
and walks. Taladay hit over .400 while
leading the team in hits and finishing
second in home runs and RBIs.
Taladay was also great behind the
plate, especially during the district
tournament when he picked off 4 run-
ners. Infielders Grimes, A.J. Mackey,
Miller and Rivera played great defense
and turned 4 double plays vs. Dr.
Phillips in the district final. Outfield-
ers Jabari Henry, Butler and Kikuchi
also provided excellent defense.


The Danskin Women's Triathlon
Series is coming back to Walt Disney
World Resort for Mother's Day week-
end, May 12-13. For the second year
. in a row, Disney will play host to one
of the largest and longest running
women's multi-sport events in the
world.
Taking place Sunday, May 13, the
race consists of a half-mile swim,
12.5-mile bicycle ride and a 3.1-mile
run.
Women of all shapes, sizes, back-
grounds and athletic abilities will run
the race anchored by Danskin Series
veteran and spokeswoman Sally Ed-
wards. An Iron Man Master's world
record-holder, Edwards will volun-"


tarily bring up the rear of the pack to
drive home Danskin's point that it's all
about finishing the race.
The festivities kick-off Saturday,
May 12, with a full range of activi-
ties, seminars, speakers and give-
aways. Edwards will be on hand to
speak and share her success stories as
the pre-race day rituals prepare en-
trants to write their own success sto-
ries.
The race, which is expected to
quickly reach its maximum number
of entrants allowed, will be donating
10 percent of all race fees to the Breast
Cancer Research Foundation. All par-
ticipants can register at www.dan-
skin/triathlon.com.


Disney to host MLB

regular-season series


For the first time ever, Disney's
Wide World of Sports complex will
host a Major League Baseball regu-
lar-season series.
The Tampa Bay Devil Rays will
host the Texas Rangers for a three-
game series taking place May 15-17
at The Ballpark at Di'sney's Wide
World of Sports. All three games are
set to begin at 7:10 p.m.
Tickets are available through Tick-
etmaster and on the team Web site
www.devilrays.com.
Other sporting events scheduled
for Disney's Wide World of Sports
complex in May include the Disney-
created Muddy Buddy event ori Sat-
urday, May 12. Muddy Buddy is a
trail running and mountain biking
adventure race where teams of two
will travel a six-mile course ending


with a dip in an enormous mud pit.
For more information or to regis-
ter for Muddy Buddy, log onto
www.disneysports.com or call 407-
938-3398. Registration is $145 per
team.
Top athletes will come to Disney
on May 20 for the Ironman 70.3.
One of the most challenging of all
endurance events, the Ironman 70.3
will feature competitors vying for
150 qualifying spots for the 2007
Ironman World Championship in
Clearwater.
The.May 20 event will consist of
a 1.2-mile swim through Disney's
Ba\ Lake, a 56-mile bike ride and a
13.1-mile run around Wall Disney
World Resort. For more information,
log onto. www.floridahalfiron-
man.com.


Castle and Cooke; LifestylesPubli-
cations; McKesson, Robbins and Mor-
ton; Prism One; Hilton Grand Vaca-
tions; and many others.
Proceeds from the tournament will
benefit the elderly residents of Health
Central Park in Winter Garden and
students receiving care through the
Health Central School Nurse Program.
For more information, call Ana Fei-
nandez at 407-296-1837.


Play, cheer for n
W.O. Pop Warner
Registration takes place this Sat-
urday, May 12, for football players
and cheerleaders interested in par-
ticipating in the West Orange Pop
Warner program. Sign-ups are from
9 a.m. to noon at Walker Field on
Park Avenue in Winter Garden, J
For information, call 407-654-
4487 or go to the Web site,
www.leaguelineup.com/westor- i
angewildcats.

Ocoee Golf Assoc.
meets on 2nd Thurs. with
Sun. golf events
The Ocoee Golf Association, Ta
group established in 1983 and made
up of golfers of all skill levels, meels
the second Thursday of each monthat
7:30 p.m. in the Ocoee Community
Center, near City Hall. L
Tournaments are held the third Sun-
day of each month at 8 a.m. at vari-
ous golf courses around the ared.
Awards are given for low-gross ano
low-net scores in five flights deter-
mined by handicaps. A membership
initiation fee is $10, and yearly due4
are $30.
For more information, call 407-
656-2669 or go to the Website at
OCOEEGolf.TriPod.com.

Soccer clinics with
Winter Garden Rec
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers youth soccer clinics
in conjunction with Empire Soccer
Academy. Experienced and highly
trained coaches teach the basics.of the
game, sportsmanship, agility ant
more.
Classes are at Walker Field, 415 S.
Park A ve., on Tuesday evenings. The
cost is $90 for a si.x-week session fo
cit. residents. $95 for others. ,
. For more details, call the rec office
at 407-656-4155.


Torres signs Ocoee's 1st baseball scholarship
Ocoee High varsity baseball player Joel Torres became the school's first student to sign a baseball schol-
arship when he signed last week with South Florida Community College. Gathered at the signing ceremo-
ny are (I-r): seated, mother Ana Gomez, Joel Torres, father Jose Torres, sister Geraldine Torres; standing,
Athletic Director Bill Chambers, Assistant Principal George Morse, Head Baseball Coach Eric Entrekin,
Assistant Baseball Coach Eddie Doyle and Principal Mike Armbruster.

Windermere Bobcats
football and cheerleading Ocoee Youth Swim League
to hold meeting
The Windermere Bobcats will hold registration set
an informational meeting for anyone The Ocoee Parks and Recreation Department's Youth Swim
interested in participating in the youth League will begin in June for advanced swimmers aged 8-15, and
football and cheerleading league. registration for the first session of team lessons will be held May 26
The Bobcats are members of the from 1-6 p.m. and continue until the first class on June 2 or until the
AAU and Mid-Florida Football Con- session is full. There will be a total of four teams this season with
ference. Teams are available for chil- no more than five members of each team.
dren ages 4-14. A session consists of 17 lessons. Normal youth swim league prac-
The meeting will take place Thurs- tice days are Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 p.m., and normal
day, May 10, at 6 p.m. in the Thorne- competition days are Saturdays at 10 a.m.
brooke Elementary School library. The cost is $70, payable by check or money order at registration.
The president of the Mid-Florida Foot- For more information, call 407-905-3100, Ext. 9-5002.
ball Conference will be present to an-,
swer questions.
For more information, log onto the
team Web site www.windermere-
bobcats.com or call Ron-and Laura
McCoy at 407-760-5103.

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Windermere CC Women's Golf Invitational benefits Rally For A Cure
Sixty-four women teed off April 27 for the annual Windermere Country Club Women's Golf Association In-
vitational Tournament. This year the event doubled as a benefit for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foun-
dation fund-raiser, Rally For A Cure. The group is pictured on the 10th tee prior to the shotgun start.


I n the scramble-best ball format tournament, the 1st-place winners were (1-r) Jen Addeo of Windermere Coun-
try Club, Donna Young of Ventura Country Club, Kim Hightower of Windermere Country Club and Shari Williams
of Isleworth Country Club. They finished the round with a score of 54. Young also scored the prize for the
straightest drive on hole No. 9, and Williams scored the longest drive on No. 6.


in 2nd place with a score of 56 was the team of (1-r) Carolyn Skorich of Monarch Country Club, Lisa Ham-
mons of Windermere Country Club, Jane Haney of Kings Ridge Golf Club and Shelley Crews of Stonegate
Golf Club. Michelle Gottlieb of Kings Ridge (not pictured) won the closest-to-the-pin prize for the guests,
and Candy Neibert (not pictured) of Windermere Country Club was closest to the pin on No. 7.


Third-place winners (1-r) Jeanne Polarolo of Keene's Pointe, Helen Bilkey of Ventura Country Club, Con-
nie Kaskey of Windermere Country Club and Nancy O'Brien of Red Tail Golf Club finished with a score of
59. Not pictured are Linda King of Victoria Hills, who was closest to the pin .on hole No. 14, and Maria Ran-
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The teenagers of West Orlando
Baptist Church are raising funds to at-
tend the Youth Alive Summer Camp
in Tennessee and are planning a ben-
efit golf tournament May 19 at Sanc-
tuary Ridge Golf Club in Clermont
(formerly Diamond Players Club).
The entry fee for the four-person
scramble tournament is $60 per 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 avail-
able for three for $10 with a maxi-
mum of three per team. Super tickets
are $20. There are also prizes for a
hole-in-one, closest-to-the-pin, longest
drive and a putting contest. Festivi-
ties include raffles and door prizes.
The registration deadline is May 10.
Sponsorships are available for $100,
$200, $300 and $500 and include var-
ious player entries and signage. The
sponsorship and registration deadline
is May 10.
Proceeds from the event will be
used to help church youth attend the
camp at Tennessee Temple Universi-
ty in Chattanooga.
The church is located at 1006 E.
Crown Point Road, Ocoee.
For more information or to regis-
ter, call Sharon Woollet at 407-877-
3273 or Brian Woollet at 407-733-
1526. Registration forms are available
online at www.westorlandobc.org
(youth ministry/activities).

Pastor's Masters
Tournament set for
Orange Co. National
People of Faith Lutheran Church in
Winter Garden and the Orange Coun-
ty Chapter of Thrivent Financial for
Lutherans will present the 16th annu-
al Pastor's Masters Golf Tournament
Saturday, May 12, at Orange County
National Golf Center. The tournament
will begin with a shotgun start at 7:45
a.m.
Registration forms are available at
www.PeopleOfFaith.org. This event
is a fund-raiser for the West Orange
Christian Service Center and People
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Schools


OakandAvenue


11 hilrenof heS essah


It was a race to the finish line as Oakland Avenue Charter School 2nd-graders competed to fill buckets of
water 1 sponge at a time. Kyle Duncan, Ginny Crook, Tommy Pogany and Erik Nieto (from left) hold the
buckets on their heads while their classmates race to fill them. Students had a good time participating in
the Field Day events.


Chai ofLaks mddl


Children of the Messiah Preschool sang recently at Church of the Messiah in Winter Garden. Singers 'n-
cluded Kim Marie Stalker (teacher), Jeremy Kirkland, Sara Smerichko, Brooke Ramsey, Grant Thibodea ix,
Cohen Ram, Lily Kolterjohn, Alexa Cecchi, Holly Heath, Rachel Weaver, Kendall Parmer, Abigale Stalk ,r,
Kyle Binkley, Hailey Tate, Madelynn King, Courtney Simmons, Tori Simmons, Gabby Defranco, Harm on
Hollis, Evan Devine, Wyatt Kennedy, Sydney Ludwig, Carolina Vecino, Lily Gold, Maddie Grubb, Kaihy
Brown (teacher's aide), Sheryl Weslowski (teacher), Alyssa Oxtal, Emilyann Stalker, Anna Binkley, B n-
jamin King and Bailey Wise.


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Chain of Lakes Middle School hosted a Level II contest for the Modem Woodmen of America School Speech
Contest. Eight students from 4 schools in Orange County presented their speeches on an American lead-
er. The Chain of Lakes Show Choir, under the direction of Yelitza Taylor, performed several songs to en-
tertain parents' and students while the judges made their decisions. A big thank-you goes to Taylor and the
Show Choir for sharing their outstanding talents.


Tildenville Elementary celebrated Administrative Professionals' Day by honoring the front- office team. Pc-
tured are TES assistants (1-r) Debra Valentin, Barbara Robertson, Linda Parrott, Lori Hager and Lydia Tor-
res. The hard work and dedication of this group of women help to keep the school afloat and moving for-
ward.


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The kindergarten class at Family Christian School takes a short break from 'exploring the wild' at Gatorland.
Pictured are (1-r): Kayla Smith, Anna Badman, Chloe McLean, Sam Harris, Trey Harris, Brendan Riley,
John-Matthew Collard and Drew Michael.
Palm Lak


Ocoee Elementary participants in the speech contest sponsored by Modem Woodmen of America are:
(top row) Diane Hooper (CRT), Adam Khan (1st place), Annie Davis, Eloisa Nieto and Sheilla Johnsbn
(principal); (center row) Brittany Fowler, Niamh Hayes (3rd place), Calla Butler (2nd place) and Roshe(le
Alvarez-Ramos; and (bottom row) Connor Wilkins, Gage Cantu, Garrett Kelly and Brendon White.


.Oration contest
Fifth-grade students at Ocoee Ele-
mentary recently demonstrated their
public speaking skills in the speech
contest sponsored by Modern Wood-
men of America. This year's topic was


"A Great American Leader."
The winners were Adam Khan, first
place; Calla Butler, second place; and
Niamh Hayes, third place. Each re-
ceived a trophy and a gold award pin.
Other participants were Brendon


White, Gage Cantu, Connor Wilkins,
Brittany Fowler, Annie Davis, Garrett
Kelly, Roshelle Alvarez-Ramos and
Eloisa Nieto. They also received pins
and certificates of participation for their
hard work.


Palm Lake Elementary 2nd-grade teachers took Debbie Kendrick to the JW Marriott for a fun and relaxing
weekend to wish her a happy retirement. She has been an educator for the past 25 years and has taught
2nd grade at PLES for the past 6 years. Pictured are (1-r): Kathy Parizo, Lucretia McCall, Kendrick, Cyn-
thia McKenzie apd Sally Lacy. C


Two local teachers selected for Florida Center for Teachers


Two local teachers, Mary Forness of
Lakeview Middle and Kristi Snow of
Citrus Elementary, are among the 10
Orange County teachers selected by
the Florida Humanities Council to par-
ticipate in the Florida Center for
Teachers 2007 summer program.
The teachers will attend a weeklong
seminar designed to recognize and re-
ward Ftjrida's best teachers. Selec-


tion was based on two criteria: pas-
sion for learning and commitment to
excellence in teaching.
Although the center is open to
teachers of all grade levels and all sub-
ject areas, this is not a program for all
teachers. It is designed to recognize
those career professionals who year
after year make a positive difference
in chil&den's lives and to address the


critical need for retaining Florida's
best teachers.
All expenses are paid, and each ses-
sion is led by a scholar who is an ex-
pert in his or her field of study. Par-
ticipants choose from a range of top-
ics: Florida Folk Culture, Seminole
and Miccosukee History and Culture,
Modern Florida History and the
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O oee 1 0,H


The Building Construction Technology Program at Ocoee High built a new Hope Castle for this year's Re-
lay For Life. The tradition started last year with the 1st. castle being transported to the host, WOHS. After
last year's event, the castle was dismantled and rebuilt in the end zone of the football field. This year's cas-
tle was designed, built and painted once again by students and teacher Rob Moody. The new 60-foot-long
castle, with its 17-and-a-half-foot end towers, will make its permanent home at the end zone for the upcoming
athletic season at OHS. Pictured are the students and teacher who planned, built and painted Hope Cas-
tle this year (1-r): Samantha Woodward, Stephen Bass, Sarah Mazza, Sean Forrester, Michael Bruyette,
Zchary Ballard and Moody.


CFCA juniors and seniors recently enjoyed a 4-day visit to Washington D.C. Pictured are Garrett Bess,
Brian Diaz, Andrew Burris, Joy Williams, Michael Scott, Porscha Valentine, Brandon Hurtt, Samantha
Neubauer, Julian Watson, James Burris, Kristi Noah, Magen Believeau, Robert Pryor, Frank Guerrein,
Alexis Smith, Jason Hales, Mallory Wells, Taylor Rapp, Tia Phicil, Nick Marcotte, Michelle Fuertsch, Jesse
Crandall, Rachel Brigham, Alyssa Bess, Candace Bartell and chaperones Mrs. Bartell and Mrs. West. Not
pictured is Mr. Ozolnieks.


Touring the capital
Central Florida Christian Academy
juniors and seniors recently returned
from a four-day visit to Washington
D.C., where they toured the nation's
capital. The tour included visits to the
three branches of the U.S. govern-


ment Congress, the.Supreme Court
and the White House.
The American history and govern-
ment students attended a briefing by
the National Right to Life Committee.
Among the sights and museums vis-
ited were the Air and Space Museum,


Arlington National Cemetery, the Na-
tional Holocaust Museum and the Na-
tional Archives.
Plans are already underway for the
students to visit historic locations in
the Northeast in 2008, including
Philadelphia, New York and Boston.


More than 300 Ocoee High sophomores and juniors were nominated by their teachers to be mentors for
freshmen. They gathered recently at a breakfast meeting to find out more about the program. Pictured are
(14r): Ellen Robinson, Sara Hudson, Heidy Medina Rondon, Jennifer Gonzalez, Kieara Gaskin and Lisa
Joseph.


Adrianna Gilbert is the 2006-07
SOAR to Victory Award-winner at Rachel Wilder (left) and Lorena Knezevic represented Lake Whitney El-
Citrus Elementary. She is a well- ementary at the Modern Woodmen of America Level II Speech Com-
rounded student and a good ex- petition. The event was held recently at Whispering Oak Elementary.
ample to others. She strives to do The theme of the contest was 'A Great American Leader.' Wilder spoke
her best and to show growth in all about Susan B. Anthony, and Knezevic spoke about Thomas Edison.
areas. Congratulations go to both for outstanding speeches.

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Cory Chancey. Elizabeth Frank, Dustin Aaron and Beth Buckner (from left) of the Ocoee High School FFA
won 1st place for their Mini Golf Decoration Contest at the Central Florida Fair. The chapter chose to edu-
cate the public on composting.


Freshmen Mentoring Program
,Ocoee High recently hosted a
breakfast for more than 300 sopho-
mrores and juniors who have been
nominated by their teachers to be a
mentor next year in the Freshmen
Mentoring Program.
'OHS believes the freshman year is


the most important one in determin-
ing the success of a student, so the
school has begun this program using
volunteer upper classmen. The men-
tors will give half an hour every day to
work with a class of freshmen during
their regularly scheduled research
time. The goal is to have five upper-


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classmen mentors per freshmen re-
search class;
The nominated students listened to
Principal Mike Armbruster, testimoni-
als from current mentors and FMP Co-
ordinator Kim Baker before deciding
to become a mentor and make a dif-
ference in a fellow student's life.


Mr. David Hill
Administrator
631 S. Dillard St.* Winter Garden
407-656-3001


CCS does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic gups with regard to student admissions,
faculty hiring, finances and other educational programs typically aorded to all CCS students and faculty.


Six West Orange High seniors in the Interact Club received scholarships from the Rotary Club of Winder-
mere, which sponsors Interact. Pictured are (1-r): Julia Strimple, Rotary Club president; Abron Ards; Anthony
Ards; Matthew Heim; Tiffany Daswani; Daniel Fanelli; Vanessa Jagdeo; and Joyce Rose, faculty advisor
and teacher.


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Interact scholarships
The Interact Club of West Orange
High is sponsored by the Rotary Club
of Windermere, and its faculty advi-
sor is teacher Joyce Rose. The name
Interact is short for Intemational Action.
Each year senior Interact members
compete for scholarship awards. This
year at the annual WOHS Senior
Awards Night, Rotary Club President
Julia Strimple presented scholarships
totaling $7,000 to six students.
Tiffany Daswani, Interact Club pres-
ident, plans to attend the University
of Central Florida for two years and
then transfer to Florida State Univer-
sity and major in advertising and mi-
nor in a foreign language.
Daniel Fanelli plans to go to the Uni-
versity of Florida and become a writ-
er or teacher. Vanessa Jagdeo hopes
to attend UCF and study molecular
biology.
Anthony and Abron Ards, twin
brothers, both plan to attend Clark
University in Atlanta to study pre-
law/political science. Matthew Heim
will attend UCF with no major select-
ed yet.


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Twenty-three Windermere Prep students achieved top scores on the National Latin Exam. Pictured are (I-
r): (front row) Emily Harris, Sydney Waitz, Garrett Fairchild, Tyler Santostefano and Tansel Ismail; (middle
row) Bianca Trifoi, Scott Stratman, Alex Boisvert, Ashley Bowdoin, Natalia Schneider, Manha Mohiuddin,
Hania Mumtaz and Rohith Sompalli; and (back row) Latin teacher Sandra Enscoe, Kira Ambrose, Beaula
Illingworth, Breanna Sniffen, Christine Prevel, Bradley Prevel, Helene Brun, Justin Eng, Usman Mumtaz and
Ryan McKercher. Not pictured is Zach Demko.


Latin students excel
Twenty-three Windermere Prep Up-
per School students received awards
of outstanding merit on the 2007 Na-
tional Latin Exam (NLE). Two eighth-
graders and three seventh-graders
achieved the Summa Cum Laude
Award, which is the highest honor
awarded.
Eighth-graders Helene Brun and
Bianca Trifoi and seventh-graders Kira
Ambrose, Tansel Ismail and Tyler
Santostefano each earned a gold
medal and a certificate of merit.
Ninth-grader Christine Prevel and


eighth-graders Manha Mohiuddin,
Scott Stratman and Ashley Bowdoin
garnered Magna Cum Laude Achieve-
ment Awards for their scores on the
test.
Receiving Cum Laude Awards were
10th-grader Zach Demko; eighth-
graders Mohiuddin, Stratman and
Bowdoin; and seventh-graders Natal-
ie Schneider, Rohith Sompalli, Syd-
ney Waitz, Ryan McKercher and Ha-
nia Mumtaz.
Offered under the joint sponsorship
of the American Classical League and
the National Junior Classical League,


the NLE is a 40-question, multiple-
choice exam which assesses a stu-
dent's proficiency in vocabulary, gram-
mar, history, mythology and culture in
the Latin I-VI studies.
Sixty-six WPS students were among
the more than 149,000 students from
all 50 states and 13 foreign countries
to participate in this exam.
According to Enscoe, the NLE is
considered the most difficult of the
standardized exams in Latin language
and culture, with questions on sub-
jects that students may not have even
been taught yet.


Kayla Ward is Maxey Elementary's
2007 Disney Dreamer and Doer.
She was chosen as 1 of the 100 fi-
nalists and was honored recently
at an awards ceremony at Epcot's
World ShowPlace Events Pavil-
ion. She is in Ms. Summerville's
5th-grade class.


Skinner places 3rd
at oration competition
Andy Skinner and Allison Couch
represented Dillard Street Elementary
in the second level of the Modern
Woodmen of American Oration Com-
petition, held at Gotha Middle.
Andy's speech on Dwight D. Eisen-
hower earned him a third-place tro-
phy.


'Drop Savers'
Fourth-grader Michael Diaz and 3rd-
grader Samantha Murphy are winners
in the Winter Garden water conserva-
tion contest called "Drop Savers."
Students in Winter Garden elementary
schools designed T-shirts promoting
water conservation. The winners, along
with their parents, were invited to an
awards ceremony at City Hall recently.


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Foundation Academy recently honored a student from each class for the month of March in K3 through 5th
grade who most exemplified friendship, based on John 15:13. These students were rewarded with recog-
nition at school chapel and presented with an honorary certificate. Pictured are (l-r): (1st row) Reshedra Lyons,
Austin Baessler, Elizabeth Holcombe, Anthony Christo and Abby DeStefano; (2nd row) Lydia Brady, Alaina
Blankenship, Dakota Sirois and Cameron Strickler; (3rd row) Andrew An, Rachel Vannice, Delaney Sharp,
Alyssa Martens and Walker Collins; and (4th row) Alex Conchelos, Stevanna Ames, Ryan Smith, Savan-
nah Lewis and Ashley Gordon.


Montverde Academy hosted an open house recently for the Lower School PK-3 through 5th grade in t'ie
DeWitt Family Center for Teaching and Leaming. The open house for middle school 6th-8th grade was
held in the Conrad Lehmann Building. A student-guided tour of the facilities included the media center,. a
health clinic, computer and science labs and the music and art rooms. It was a good opportunity for the paf,- 1
ents and students to meet with the teachers in their classrooms. Pictured are (l-r): (front row) Molly Holtcp,,
Teddy DeWitt and Matt Ellis; (middle row) Andrew Pendergast, Jose Portela-Berrios, Barrett Pyke and Mtt
Edwards; and (back row) Nicole Waitt, Katie Nyhuis and Lyndsay Merbach. ,

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Marissa Sidwell and
Zac Briggs play fhhe",
drums in the 'Sea to
Shining Sea' play pre-
sented at Windermq'-e.
Elementary. The qjui--
sical production cod'-
ered early American .
history from the des'-
covery of America,
through the Transcon-
tinental Railway. All
the multi-age students.
(grades 1-3) mermo-
rized the Preambles-to,
the Constitution of the
United Sates. The a-
dience enjoyed the in-
teresting facts giv.n
about the states. -A
tribute to the men ad
women of the arrod
services of yesterday
and today was agso -
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Windy Ridge held a Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A on Kirkman Road recently to help raise awareness and nmon-
ey for the School Nurse Program. The community came out to support the program, and both students and
parents were delighted to see Sarah Concepcion, principal, behind the counter serving ice-cold sodas.
Mrs. Rito's class was recognized with an ice cream party for having the most students aod parents in at-
tendance. Pictured are Principal Concepcion and teacher Catherine Bamabei.


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Dillard Street Elementary student Andy Skinner was 3rd-place winner
at the 2nd level of the Modem Woodmen of America Oration Compe-
tition. He is pictured with his teacher, Elaine Pace.










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Christina Gillespie of Spring Lake Elementary was honored for her
power Up contest poster at the Ocoee City Commission meeting recently.
She is pictured with Ocoee Mayor Scott Vandergrift.
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Students at Humphreys Junior High wrote research papers and made
presentations to the class about what they learned. After the presen-
tations, students shared refreshments that were related to their subject
matter. Eighth-grader John Seligson wrote about an Indian leader,
Crowfoot. He and his mother, Sherri, made a huge cookie decorated
with 3 flavors of chocolate chips (like pixels) that form an image of
Crowfoot. The creation was admired and then promptly consumed by
thb students.



Lakeview's Closet to help needy kids
The LMS Guardian Angel program at Lakeview Middle School
has a new project, Lakeview's Closet. The program is in need of any
items that would help homeless students in the community. Items
such as clothing, shoes, socks and underwear are requested.
For more information, call Krystal Andrade, Lakeview's SAFE
coordinator, at 407-877-5010, Ext. 233.


y Opening

This Fall

.2007!
Now accepting enrollment applications
t for 2007-2008

Primary Program (3-6 yr. olds)
Montessori Elementary I (6-9yr) & Elem. II (9-12) Programs
can be added with enough parent interest.


Open House planned for late August '07
First Day of School is Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007


Michelle Dulany, a native of Winter Park, has a Masters in Education and is Founder,
Owner, and Head Teacher of Midcoast Montessori School in Bath, Maine which she
opened in 1999. Michelle is looking forward to teaching the primary 3-6 program at West
Orange Montessori School. She holds AMS Montessori Teacher Certification for Primary
(3-6yr), and Elementary I & II (6-9yr) and (9-12yr. olds).
Please email us through our web site contact page with your interest and questions.
www.midcoastmontessori.com Ph. 207-442-9447


Health dept.
offering
immunizations
for 7th-graders

Keeping immunizations up
to date is an important step in
school preparation. The Cen-
tral Florida Immunization
Coalition is working dili-
gently to prepare students for
the next school year. County
health departments are start-
ing early to help parents with
the immunization process.
Before children can register
for school, parents must pro-
vide documentation (Depart-
ment of Health Form 680,
Certification of Immuniza-
tion) showing proof of vacci-
nation against many vaccine-
preventable, diseases. While
there may be mild side ef-
fects, such as low-grade fever,
getting immunized is much
safer than getting the disease.
Orange County Health De-
partment representatives are
visiting Orange County Pub-
lic Schools' sixth-grade class-
rooms to provide immuniza-
tions required for seventh-
graders. These 11- and 12-
year-olds will be vaccinated
for tetanus and diphtheria and
hepatitis B.
Vaccines provide safe and
effective protection from in-
fectious diseases.
By keeping children up to
date on recommended vac-
cines, parents and guardians
can protect them, their fami-
lies and friends in their school
community from serious, life-
threatening infections.
Education is an important
component of the Central
Florida Immunization Coali-
tion; members develop rela-
tionships with other agencies
and visit schools, daycare
centers, childcare programs
and long-term care facilities to
increase community knowl-
edge of and improve compli-
ance for recommended vac-
cines and when they should
be given.
For more information on
the CFIC, visit http;//www.
cficcoalition.org.


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

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

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

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


The combined choral groups of West Orange High School are pictured behind Tanner Hall in Winter Garden.

West Orange High Choral Department will host Spring Concert this Fri.


The West Orange High School
Choral Department will hold its an-
nual Spring Concert this Friday, May
11, at 7 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church .in downtown Or-
lando. This concert will conclude an-
other year of sharing "Unity" through
music as students have touched and
changed the lives of many individuals'
throughout the Central Florida region
and the country with their singing.
The Concert and Bel Canto choirs
recently returned from a Spring Tour
in New York City, where they com-
peted at the Heritage Festival of Gold
at Riverside Church. The festival at-
tracted choirs from all over the coun-
try.
The Concert Choir gave a passion-
ate performance of the selection
"Signs of the Judgment" and finished
second overall in the competition be-
hind a private school for the per-
forming arts from Maryland.


Of the performance, Jeffrey Red-
ding, WOHS choral director, said:
"They sang with so much passion. We
left 21 choir members at home, yet
they sang their hearts out. They
showed what 'unity' was all about."
The Bel Canto Choir finished fourth
overall with the strongest piece -
"We are the Music Makers."
The choirs continued to touch and
change lives beyond the concert hall
as they toured New York City. The
place of strongest impact was Ground
Zero. The students were visibly moved
by the scene, gathered together and
held hands to sing "Unity." As the stu-
dents sang "...behold, how good and
pleasant it is for brethren to live to-
gether in unity...", onlookers from the
street joined hands and sang along
with them.
"This moment will have a lasting
impact on the kids," said Redding.
"This was another powerful trip."


The other major trip for the Con-
cert Choir included a performance at
the American Choral Directors' As-
sociation National Convention in Mi-
ami. The choir was one of only two
Florida groups invited to perform.
Weston Noble, one of the most re-
spected directors in the country,
praised Redding's work with the
choirs.
"Your choir was exceptional," said
Noble. "You are so musical it hurts."
"It is life changing for one of the
top choral directors to recognize what
we do here at West Orange High
' School," said Redding. "Thank you to
the community for your love and sup-
port of our program."
To hear the choirs at this week's
performance, buy your tickets for $10
through the WOHS Choral Depart-
ment (407-905-2400, Ext. 2375) or at
the door on Friday at First United
Methodist Downtown Orlando.


Dr. Phillips High students cast in 'Sacha on Broadway'


Dr. Phillips High School seniors
Breana Jarvis and Brittany Cheek
were cast in Sacha on Broadway.
Miami Vice star Philip Michael
Thomas wrote the book, music and
lyrics for the musical.
Sacha on Broadway is an origi-
nal musical fairy tale about a young
girl's dream to become a Broad-
way star. Sacha battles with the
demons of fear and self-doubt when
she has the chance of a lifetime to
audition for a Broadway show.
Overcome by fear, she messes up
her routine and is thrown out.
Feeling crushed by the experi-
ence, she decides to give up on her
dream. But her mother, Olive
Goodman, who also gave up a
dream of becoming a prima balle-
rina, is determined to stop Sacha
from continuing the cycle of bro-
ken dreams.
Sacha on Broadway is a family
musical that sends a positive mes-
sage about love, hope, courage and
the power within. The show is be-


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Leadership West Orange Class 'goes to school'
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce's 2007 Leadership West Orange Class recently spent the day
touring different educational facilities in West Orange County. The class started the day with a presenta-
tion from Dr. Lee Baldwin with OCPS and then a visit to Maxey Elementary, Westside Tech, Valencia Com-
munity College and Edgewood Children's Ranch. Pictured are (1-r): (back row) Todd Duncan, Glenn Fetchen-
burg, David Thorington, Michael Laval, Todd South, Carlos Palenzuela, Byron Carter, Alex Haughey, Jan-
na Crouch, Allen Gaskins, Rafeal Rodriguez, Mary Cortner, Tim Haberkamp, James Gustino and Leigh Anne
Nichols; (middle row) Shane Perry, Cindy Bodine, Joan Bailey, Candace Tupper, Julia Parsons, Tenis
Kopansky, Rose Pina and Maritza Martinez; and (front row) Alma Van Der Velde, Gaby Acks and Angie Mis-
urale.


Juvenile Commission to hold public forum on juvenile crime


The Orange Cdunty Juvenile Com-
mission will hold a public forum as
part of its regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday, May 30, at the Orange
County Public Schools Board Room,
445 W. Amelia St. in downtown Or-
lando. The commission meeting be-
gins at 5:30 p.m., with the forum fol-
lowing at 6.
The forum will provide the general
public with an opportunity to voice
concerns and opinions directly to com-


mission members about juvenile crime.
"We want to hear from parents,
teachers, youth leaders, students and ev-
eryone else about the issues involving
young people in our community," said
Ninth Circuit Judge Tony Johnson,
who chairs the commission.
The commission, which includes
District Administrator Alan
Abramowitz with the Department of
Children & Families, Public Safety
Director Jerry Demings, Sheriff Kevin


Beary and Chief Judge Belvin Perry
Jr., along with many other communi-
ty leaders, was established in October
2006. Its purpose is to address issues
of juvenile truancy, suspensions and
violence.
The commission is charged with
identifying community resources,
mental health and substance abuse,
trends in truancy and crime, law en-
forcement options and juvenile justice
processing.


BAPTIST

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

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

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

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

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

WEST ORLANDO BAPTIST &
CHILD DISCOVERY CENTER
1006 E. Crown Pt. Rd.
Winter Garden, FL.
www.westorlandobc.org
407-905-9508


CATHOLIC

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



CHRISTIAN

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


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


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



CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

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



CHURCH OF GOD

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

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


COMMUNITY

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

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



EPISCOPAL

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

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

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



JEWISH

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


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

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


METHODIST

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

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

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


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 ydu 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 not 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
9:45ani. 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 Falrcloth



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
T0:15am Sunday School


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

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


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



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SCHOOLS AND
INSTRUCTION

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


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100
GENERAL
OFFICE


for the following
Full Time Positions:

Bldg. Inspector I & II
Police Officer
Fire Inspector
Public Service Worker I
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.



105
DOMESTIC


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

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

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

HOUSE CLEANING IN
WEST ORANGE- Ex-
cellent Working Condi-
tions, Paid Travel Time,
Paid Vacation, Paid
Training, Make Excellent
Wages. Monday thru Fri-
day, Drug Free Work-
place, Background
Check. We value our em-
ployees and we would
like to consider you for a
position. Call 407-290-
6188. 5/31bcs


110
CRAFT/
SKILLS/TRADE

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

Drivers Wanted! Must
have valid drivers license.
Call 407-656-1824.
5/31db

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


Driver Apollo Beach
Dedicated Shorthaul



Home Most Nights!
Avg. $750- $850/week
65% preloaded/pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com



DRIVER:
Hiring Event! ***Re-
gional Runs*** Dedi-
cated Account. In State
and Local runs. Home
Nightly. Event will be
held Thurs. May 10th
through Sat. May 12th
9AM to 6PM Hampton
Inn 44117 Hwy. 27,
Davenport, FL. If un-
able to attend these
days, please call for
personal appt. 760-774-
7717 or 800-625-5292.
Must be 23 yrs. old.
KOCH COMPANIES
Class A CDL & 1 yr.
exp. EOE
www.kochcompanies.com


120
LABOR

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


130
MEDICAL

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. Sher-
ry Pearce 407-408-7656.
6/21sp


135
PROFESSIONAL

NOW HIRING. Pre-
School and Pre-Kinder-


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


garten teachers. Must be
18. CDA preferred. Great
Pay & Benefits. Contact
Vanessa 407-808-3513.
5/101blc

Commercial Sales- Salary
+ Commission, 401K,
Vehicle Allowance, Fuel
card, Full benefits. Fast
Paced, 60 year old service
business. EOE. Please fax
resume to 407-839-0366.
5/10gcr

Woodlawn Funeral
Home and Memorial Park
is seeking 2 individuals
to join our staff to assist
Client families with Pre-
planning their Funeral
and Cemetery arrange-
ments. These are full time
sales positions. Hourly
base pay and a quality
bonus program. Medical,
Dental, 401K, and paid
vacation. Please e-mail
resumes to
Richard.Davis@ sci-
us.com POC: Richard
W. Davis 407-293-1361.
5/31wfh

VPK certified Director of
Preschool needed for lo-
cal church. Entering our
6th year in the fall, we
will have a full program,
including 4-5 classes and
Extended Day. Use Wee-
learn curriculum. Com-
petitive salary, new facil-
ity, pleasant atmosphere.
Send resume to PO Box
38, Oakland, FL, 34760.
6/7opc


140
RESTAURANT/H
OTEL/MOTEL

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

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-


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


pointment call 407-342-
5284. 5/10musa

CHILDCARE WORK-
ER: Local Christian min-
istry is seeking a Child-
care worker for elemen-
tary age children. Drivers
license and ability to
drive 15-passenger van.
Drug test and background
screening required. Call
407-656-6678 5/17csc

Teaching Assistants are
needed for the 2007-8
school year at Little Fish-
es Preschool. All posi-
tions are part-time; per-
fect for a college student.
Call 407-291-3292, or e-
mail resume to littlefish-
es@bellsouth.net 5/171fps

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

Kids on 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)





200
ITEMS FOR SALE

Tools offered for Sale on
or after May 15- Jacks &
Jack Stands, Sockets, Box
Wrenches, Tool Boxes
and numerous other tools
pertaining to mechanics.
5/1lOdj

14 ft. Aluminum John
Boat- $100. Postal Bat-
tery Exam Study Guide-
pd. $120, asking $100
obo. Call 407-583-7578
5/10cp

BED FOR SALE- BIG
CHERRY LEGS WITH
WROUGHT IRON


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


FLOWER DECO IN
THE MIDDLE, Q SIZE
HD, FT, RAILS. NEW
IN ITS BOX $196.00
5/10st

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

Maytag kitchen Appli-
ances from model home,
bisque, used only 5
weeks. Side by Side re-
frigerator with ice & wa-
ter dispenser in door-
$700. Microwave- $100,
Dishwasher (never used)-
$200 & double sink w/
faucet-$75. Singer sewing
machine w/30 stitch func-
tions, still in box- $180.
Electrolux Floor buffer,
w/ 3 brushes- $50. 1 set
of Franciscan china- $40.
1 set of 4 mission style
light fixtures w/stained
glass. Kitchen, dining
room, foyer & front door-
$200. 5/10ch

2 Birchwood Wardrobes
$100 each, Daybed w/
mattresses $100, Sofa
Table $35, Table w/ 4
chairs $75. and Hall
Bench w/ cabinet $100
for both. 407-929-1176.
5/17jr

BEDS- ALL NEW
SETS, KING- $200,
QUEEN- $150, FULL-
$119, TWIN- $99. CAN
DELIVER. 407-340-
3751. 5/24afb

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



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


240
GARAGE/
YARD SALE

5/12 Mult. family sales
on two streets North
Main and North Boyd
(527 N. Boyd St. Qual-
ity items that include sofa,
loveseat, Cherry tables,
jewelry, collectibles,
dishes, toys, bikes,


clothes, tools, garden and
misc. items.) 5/10sa

2 Family Yard Sale- 1264
Oak St., Ocoee, Sat. 5/12
only from 7:30 1:00.
5/101p

Garage Sale- 515 N.
Woodland.'F-riday 5/1 i
and Sat 5/12 from 8-3.
5/10md

Ocoee Sidewalk Sale-
Sat. May 12th 9-noon?
Handmade items, Inde-
pendent Consultants. Cor-
ner of Kissimmee Ave. &
Washington St. kel-
ly@ gayletradingcompa-
ny.com 5/10at

GIANT SALE IN
BARN. ENOUGH
SAID. MAY 11, 12,
7AM TILL? 11149
ROBERSON ROAD
OFF MAGUIRE TO-
WARD WINDER-
MERE. 5/10bw

Leather Love Seat, dou-
ble recliner, dark navy-
like new, collectibles,
Blue ridge & others,
kitchen items, clothes,
new & used. Fri & Sat
May 11 & 12. 669 Glen-
view Drive, Winter Gar-
den. 407-877-8739.
5/10cc


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

Ball Python- Male, 16mo.
Very Docile, cage in-
cluded. $60 obo. 407-
914-8449. 5/10rh


340
FREE TO GOOD
HOME

Precious & loving 1 yr.
old Cat, black & white,
fixed & shots, donation
appreciated. 407-294-
2658. nc5/10

3 Black beauties cats,
fixed & shots. 407-862-
1742. nc5/10

2 eight week old kittens,
orange & black. Donation
Appreciated. 407-579-
5708. nc5/10


HELP WANTED


Diesel

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


407-877-0116


- WINPDS-P


Mark Kirkland
Whisper Winds
Landscaping


640 WAREHOUSE
650 COMMERCIAL
655 INCOME PROPERTY
670 VACATION
690 MOBILE HOME
695 WANTED
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE:
700 HOMES AND 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


3 yr. old Beagle- Female,
spayed, housebroken.
Good w/ children. 407-
877-3397. 5/10bm





400
AUTOS FOR,
SALE

96' Mustang G.T. 5 speed
$5000,91' Mazda Miata 5
speed $4500, 85' Vette
Auto $10,500. All a/c, all
very nice. Will trade for
nice street rod or classic.
Need room. -107-654-
6655. 5/10ri

1997 Cadillac Eldorado-
31,000 original miles,
loaded. My mom's one-
owner cherry-$8500.407
656-9534 or 407-739-
8454. 5/17bc

2003 Cadillac CTS-
White with Tan leather.
Great car with only 45k.'
$16,000. 407-810-4535
5/17tw


440
RVS & TRAVEL
TRAILERS

Enclosed Private & Se-
cure Storage w/ 24/7 ac-
cess and 50 amp electrical
service for Recreational
Vehicle up to 45' long and
14' high. $125-$175/
month. 321-948-0808.
TFNch


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


460
BOATS

BASS BOAT- 2000 19ft.
Bumble Bee, New 200
Mercury Outboard in-
stalled August 2006 w/
wiring, Red & white, fast
and ready to fish. New
carpet/ dual axle trailer w/
new tires. Tournament
ready. $14,750. 407-595-
4236. 5/10t


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


515
MUSIC &
PHOTOGRAPHY

MUSIC FOR TEA PAR-
TIES- Sounds include:
Harp, Violin, Piano &
more. Plus Tatted items


WELL DRILL
PUMPS
Smith Brothers
Marshall Farms Rd.
OCOEE
656-5883 or
656-4394
Licensed Bonded =
Water or no Pay
Serv.cng 511 al Cai-.rral Fronda


Kitchen Design & Re-
models- Full Ser\ices
from Design & Renova
tions to completed pro
ject. Licensed & Insure
Contractor. CBC034469
Call 407-877-2338
5/0lle

REPAIR, REMODEL,N
RENOVATIONS & in-
stallation services. Call,,
Handyroo's. Licensed/In-,


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Join Our Sales Team!

Comprehensive training in the high paying automobile sales profession.
No experience required! Sign on bonus available for experienced
salesperson. Call Bob Z. or Lynn for an interview appointment,
apply in person, or apply online at apryl@billseidlechevy.com

BILL SEIDLE CHEVROLET
14138 STATE ROAD 50 CLERMONT, FL 34711
Phone: 407-656-9418 Fax: 352-394-0532


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For information, call


407-656-2121


& Smocked dresses for
sale. 407-654-8644.
5/10dk


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 & LALUN-
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


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










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570
LAWN & TREE

Bo's Lawn Service-
When the grass is high,
say goodbye. Cheapest
price around. 321-228-
0380 or 407-287-9681.
6/7kb


585
MISCELLA-
NEOUS

Storage Units for Rent
from $75/mo (10' x 15').
Large 15' x 30' units also
available with or without
air from $275 to
$350/mo. 407-656-9534
or 407-739- 8454. 5/17bc








600
HOMES FOR
RENT







WINTER
GARDEN
2 bedroom, 1 bath house
in Winter Garden, near
former library. Looking
for a handy tenant for
some improvements.
Rent is negotiable.
Must have references
and deposit.

407-963-0660




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.
*Minneola 3/2 with Lake
Access. Screened porch.
$1,200/mo.

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


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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

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

WGdn home 3/1 on Win-
ter St. Front porch under
air, carport, 20X24
shop/garage, laundry in-
side, no pets. $950. 352-
243-7775. 5/17ss

Ocoee- 3/1 newly re-
modeled, quiet neighbor-
hood, good schools. Rent
or Own 407-353-3294 or
407-448-2907. 5/24mt

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

TOWNHOUSE FOR
RENT- 2br/2ba in Win-
ter Garden, walking dis-
tance to stores. $850
p/mo. No Pets. 407-877-
8992. 5/10rf


620
APARTMENT
& DUPLEXES

One Person for furnished
studio apartment. Utili-
ties included, references
required. $600 p/mo and
$600 security deposit.
407-656-5586. 5/10js

WINTER GARDEN.
SMALL furnished apt.
Single working female,
utilities furnished. No
smoking/drinking. Refer-
ences. $499/mo. 407-877-
6467. 5/17sg

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)

Duplex 2/1 Rent $800,
Deposit $1000. Winter
Garden. 407-656-9762.
TFNwgg(39238)

2/2 Upstairs Apartment.
8th & Magnolia, Win-
dermere. $1,200.00.407-
738-9838. 5/17TW


625
ROOMS/
EFFICIENCY

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

ROOM FOR RENT: in
Winter Garden. $110/wk,
utilities included and fur-
nished. In exchange for
work, cutting lawn and
etc, reduced rent. 407-


877-8992. 5/10rf

$625p/ mo -Room for
rent in Winter Garden
(Beautiful Winter Oaks
Subdivision) Everything
included (Brighthouse
High Speed Internet, ca-
ble and all utilities). No
deposit required, avail-
able May 12, no pets
please. Call 321-695-
3435. 5/17kn_


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. TFNlag(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-
TEM. 21 PARKING
SPACES. $4500 PER
MONTH PLUS TAX.
CONTACT 7 BILL
STRAUGH, WINDSOR
REALTY GROUP, INC.
407-716-3010. tfn-
wr(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


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shall there be any sale of these securities In any state In which such offer, solicitation or
sale would be unlawful under the securities laws of any such state. Offers and sales shall
only be made pursuant to a prospectus, a copy of which can be obtained by either calling
the Highwater Ethanol office at 888-667-3385, attending one of the meetings near you,
or visiting us at www.highwaterethanol.com.


MONTH ASK FOR
BILL STRAUGH,
WINDSOR REALTY
GROUP, INC. 407-716-
3010. tfnwr(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.
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8090. tfnjdp

Office space for rent, 31
S. Main St., starting at
$300, 407-656-6420.
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690
MOBILE HOMES

2BR/2BA, UTILITY
SHED, CARPORT, NO
PETS. 407-656-6543.
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700
HOMES/
OPEN HOUSE

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

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

Priced to Sell- 6 Existing
Homes in Winter Garden
for $170,000 and. less.
Jim 407-469-2422.
5/3 lja


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429, 2278 S.F. & up, 20'
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760
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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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IRS Auction Salel Nice mobile home lot in Barefoot Bay near
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Notice: Post Office Positions Now Available. Avg. Pay $20/
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Heavy Equipment, Trucks, Vehicles, Computers.
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Thursday, May 10, 2007 The West Orange Times 3C


CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS

: The City Commission of the City of
Winter Garden will hold a Public
Hearing, at a Regular Meeting to be
held on Thursday, May 24,2007 at
6:30 p.m. or as soon thereafter as
possible, at Tanner Hall, 29 W. Gar-
den Ave., Winter Garden, FL, in or-
der to consider the Second Reading
and adoption of the following pro-
posed ordinance:
ORDINANCE NO. 07-19

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA,
AMENDING CHAPTER 78 OF THE
WINTER GARDEN CODE OF ORDI-
SNANCES RELATING TO UTILITIES
BY AMENDING THE FOLLOWING
SECTIONS THEREOF: ARTICLE IV
INDUSTRIAL WASTE; SECTION 78-
1 STANDARDS AND SPECIFICA-
TIONS FOR WASTEWATER AND
WATER MAIN CONSTRUCTION;
SECTION 78-35 TEMPORARY WA-
TER SERVICE; SECTION 78-126
PURPOSE AND POLICY; SECTION
78-127 DEFINITIONS; SECTION 78-
128 ABBREVIATIONS; SECTION
78-129 USE OF PUBLIC SEWERS
REQUIRED; SECTION 78-130 PRI-
VATE SEWAGE COLLECTION SYS-
TEM CONNECTED TO POTW; SEC-
TION 78-131 BUILDING SEWERS
AND CONNECTIONS; SECTION 17-
132 PROHIBITIONS AND LIMITA-
TIONS ON DISCHARGE INTO THE
POTWS; SECTION 78-133 ADMIN-
ISTRATION; SECTION 78-134 IN-
DUSTRIAL WASTEWATER DIS-
CHARGE PERMITS; SECTION 78-
135 PROCESSING AND ISSUANCE
IWDPS; SECTION 78-136 PERMIT
REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRIC-
TIONS; SECTION 78-137 RE-
PORTING REQUIREMENTS AND
RETENTION OF RECORDS FOR
IWDP HOLDERS AND OTHER IN-
DUSTRIAL USER; SECTION 17-138
ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES;
SECTION 78-139 APPEAL OF EN-
FORCEMENT ACTION; SECTION
78-140 AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES
OF DISCHARGE VIOLATIONS; SEC-
TION 78-141 PROVIDING FOR
CODIFICATION, SEVERABILITY
AND EFFECTIVE DATE
Said ordinance may be seen in the
City Clerkis Office, City Hall, from
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday. You are advised
that if you decide to appeal any de-
cision made by the City Commis-
I sion at such hearing, you will need
a record of the proceedings, and
for such purpose you may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which in-
cludes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is based.
Any persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodations should
submit a written request to the City
Clerk, 251 W. Plant St., Winter Gar-
den, FL 34787 or phone (407) 656-
'4111, Ext. 2254 at least 48 hours pri-
or to the meeting. Please contact
Don Cochran, Public Services, at
(407) 656-4100 Ext. 2263 with any
questions.
5/10

TOWN OF OAKLAND
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
SPECIAL EXCEPTION
i The Town of Oakland Planning and,
Zoning Board propose to hear a re-
quest to allow a dog and cat board-
ing facility (kennel) at the follow-
ing property generally located at
300 Countyline Court, and make a
recommendation on the proposed
special exception:
TAX ID / Location
30-22-27-8896-00-060
CASE # SPX 07-01
TO ALLOW Dog and Cat Kennel
The property is zoned for light in-
dustrial uses (I-1). A public hear-
ing will be heard on the request by
the Planning and Zoning Board at the
following time and place:
DATE: May 15, 2007
WHERE: Town Center Meeting Hall
221 N. Arrington Street
WHEN: 6:30 P.M.
A copy of the proposed amendment
may be inspected at the Town of
Oakland Town Hall during regular
business hours at 220 N. Tubb
Street, Oakland, Florida. All hear-
ings are open to the public. Any in-
terested party is invited to offer
comments about this request at the
public hearing or in writing to the
Town of Oakland, PO Box 98, Oak-
land FL 34760, or by e-mail to plan-
ning@oaktownusa.com. Any par-
ty appealing a land use decision
made at a public hearing must en-
1 sure that a verbatim record of the
Proceedings is made, which in-
cludes the evidence and testimony


that is the basis of the appeal.
The time and/or location of public
hearings are subject to change.
Changes are announced at the Ini-
tial scheduled hearing. Notice of
any changes will not be published
or mailed.
Any person needing special ac-
commodations to attend a public
hearing must contact Linda Bal-
savage, Town Clerk, at 407-656-
1117, at least 24 hours before the
meeting.
5/10

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 Representativesi at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against the decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served must file their claims
with this 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 B. RHODES
981 Glenmeadow Drive
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
ERIC S. MASHBURN
Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A.
Post Office Box 771268
Winter Garden, FL 34777-1268
Phone number: (407) 656-1576
Fax number: (407) 877-9166
Florida Bar Number: 263036
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 WLOO, 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 appli-
cant are Herbert P. Gross, John B.
Gross, and Margaret Gross. A copy
of the application and related ma-
terials is on file for public inspection
during normal business hours at
2301 Lucien Way, Suite 180, Mait-
land, FL 32751.
4/26, 5/3, 5/10

NOTICE OF SALE

Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will sell,
at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suant to Chapter 713.78 of the Flori-
da Statutes on May 24, 2007 at 10
A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*
2002 TOYOTA, VIN#
5TEHN82Z884486
2000 CHEVROLET, VIN#
1G1JC5246Y7413741
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 aucrton.
LIC #AB- 0001256
RAINBOW TITLE & LIEN, INC.
3389 Sheridan Street, PMB 221


Hollywood, Fl 33021
(954) 920-6020
5/10

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Orange County Towing & Recovery,
Inc. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehi-
cles on 5/24/2007, 08:00 am at
1820 N. GOLDENROD ROAD OR-
LANDO, FL 32807, pursuant to sub-
section 713.78 of the Florida Stat-
ues. Orange County Towing & Re-
covery, Inc. reserves the right to
accept or reject any and/or all bids.
1MEFM50U1WA612157 1998
MERCURY
5/10

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 5/22/07,10:00 am
at 119 5th St Winter Garden, Fl
34787-3613. Slys Towing & Re-
covery reserves right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
1992 TOYOTA 4DR
4T1SK12E2NU147708
1995 PONTIAC GRANDAM 4DR
1G2NE55D7SC843991
2004 HARLEY MOTORCYCLE
1HD1GRW154K306110
5/10

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
The Car Store of West Orange, Inc.
gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and Intent to sell these vehicles on
5/25/07, 07:00 am at 12811 W
Colonial Dr Winter Garden, FL
34787-4119, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statutes. The
Car Store of West Orange, Inc. re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
N/A BOAT
N/A BOAT TRAILER
1G4HP52L5RH404781 1994
BUICK
1G4HP52L9RH549371 1994
BUICK
CPM32A3312550
1980 CHEVROLET
1GCCS19Z6P0171294 199.3
CHEVROLET
1FALP52U9VA296858 1997 FORD
2FABP74F7HX183993 1987
FORD
2FALP71WXTX153128 1996
FORD
1FACP41M2PF167264 1.993
FORD
1HGCA5642JA174876 1988
HONDA
1HGEJ6229TL011233 1996
HONDA
1HGEG8558SL033092 1995 HON-
DA
KMHVF14N7TU258833 1996
HYUNDAI
KMHVF14N6TU278586 1996
HYUNDAI
JAACL11EXK7211681 1989
ISUZU
1LNLM81W3SY603608 1995
LINCOLN
MBV00141082-83
1983 MASTE
1N4EB32A7NC715196 1992 NIS-
SAN
JN1C21DXTT704199 1996 NIS-
SAN
1G2JB54TON7500047 1992
PONTIAC
4T1SK12E7PU252585 1993 TOY-
OTA
5/10

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 5-21-07 @9:00OAM 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
OF THE FLORIDA STATUES. SOME
OF THE VEHICLES POSTED MAY
HAVE ALREADY BEEN RELEASED
AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SALVAGE
SALE.
1993 TOYOTA CAMRY
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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.
5/10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR THE
9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 48-2007-CP-000153
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MADE L. VOSS,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of


MAUDE L. VOSS, deceased whose
date of death was June 27, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Or-
ange County, Florida, 425 North Or-
ange Ave., Orlando, Florida 32801;
file number 48-2007-CP-000153.
The name and address of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representatives attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims or
demands against decedents estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliqoidated claims, and who have
been served a copy of this notice,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
.All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have claims
or demands against decedentis es-
tate, including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims must
file their.claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.


ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTIS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
FIRST DATE OF PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE IS 5/10/07
Personal Representative
Bernice Austin
542 Beulah Road
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Personal Representativels Attorney
William N. Asma, Esquire
Fl Bar No. 340367
WILLIAM N. ASMA P.A.
884 South Dillard Street
Winter Garden, Florida 34787
Fl Bar No. 340367
407-656-5750
5/10, 5/17


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 public hearing on May 24,
2007 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon after as possible, to consider the following
sixth amendment to the restated Interlocal agreement for the joint
planning area (JPA) between Orange County and the City of Winter
Garden:
COUNTY AND CITY NOW DESIRE TO AMEND THE RESTATED AGREE-
MENT, AS AMENDED, BY EXPANDING THE JOINT PLANNING AREA
DEPICTED ON EXHIBIT "A" AND GENERALLY INCLUDE THE PROP-
ERTIES BOUNDED BY THE AVALON RURAL SETTLEMENT AREA AND
LAKE AVALON TO THE SOUTH, LAKE COUNTY TO THE WEST, JOHNS
LAKE/TURNPIKE TO THE NORTH AND THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN
TO THE EAST TO THE FIFTH AMENDMENT, AND TO ASSIGN LAND
USES TO THE EXPANSION AREA.
N Exhibil "A"
JPA 6



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den Avenue in Winter Garden, Florida. The amendment to the restat-
ed interlocal agreement may be inspected by the public between the
hours of8 A.M. and 5 P.M. at 270 West Plant Street in Winter Garden,
Florida or by contacting Ed Williams at 407-656-4111 (ext. 2272) for
more information. Interested parties may appear at the meeting and
be heard regarding this amendment. Any persons wishing to appeal
a decision of the City Commission should ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made. Written comments will be accepted be-
fore or at the public hearing. Any persons with disabilities needing
special accommodations should submit a written request to the Plan-
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or phone (407) 656-4111, Ext. 2024 at least 48 hours prior to the
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2648 State Road 434 West | Longwood, FL 32779 Enterprises, Inc.


SELLER WILL HELP
WITH CLOSING COSTS
3br/2ba. Almost 1500 sq ft,
ceramic tile. Great starter
home. $235,000.


PREFORECLOSURE
SALE
Cambridge Home with custom brick
front, ceramic tile, 42" cabinets, owner
wants to sale. $324,900. Make an offer.


CROSS CREEK BEAUTY
4 BR/ 3.5BA
Spacious home shows like a niodel. Bonus nn could
be 5th bdrm w/own bath. Almost 3000 s.f. allows
for large rms and open feeling. Great, gated neigh-
borhood has many amenities: pool, tennis and bas-
ketball courts and playground. Come and see for
yourself today. $440,000


Amy DuBois,
Real Estate Professional
(407) 325-2311
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401 Main St. Ste. B Windermere, FL 34786
Tel (407) 876-2090


MAIN STREET REALTORS" .*
"A neighborhood tradition since 1985."
amy@mainstreetrealtors.com


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




Bank Owned / Foreclosure Specialist
Are iou looking for a 8reat deal on a newhome for yourself or for investment. With the
rising number of Bank Owned and Foreclosure homes on the market, now is the time to buyi
Mortgage rates are still great and the deals are all around you.
With over 41 years of combined experience in the real estate market, we know the ways to
help you get the best deal on your newhome or investment property. So 8ive us a call, we
look forward to help'in6 ou.


7009 Dr. Phillips Blvdc, #130
Orlando, FL32819
Sharon Lott & Mark Lott
Lott Team, Inc.
407-352-9678 Office


Sharon Lott
Broker Associate
407-247-3224 Cell
sharon@sharonlott.com
www.SharonLott.com


Mark Lott
Broker Associate
407-948-5857 Cell
mark@marklott.com
wwwlMarkLott.com


5/31/07


You'll love this 3/2 with
.back and workshop with


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: $155/SF + CAM, Unit dimensions:
30'X70', Year built: 2006. Zoned 1-1.


y Desirable
d --- .. ' Newbury Park
Brand new, never occupied 3
... ." bed, 2 bath home in Newbury
"' '- Park. Located on the south
S:. B f side of the Butler Chain at 535
---, EE. .' and Reams Road, with
S 'spectacular view of Disney
... fireworks. This small
community offers great
amenities 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.

-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 inthis fabulous
S.:.' 7,000 square foot office building.
.-." : '-' 7Separate 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, RealtorR
.. | lr^ 4110 Winter Garden-Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, Florida 34787TOWN CENTR
Cell: 407-342-5284
Office: 407-654-9977 russellgay@mac.com
SA Fax: 407-654-7775 www.windermereFLlakefront.com


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'OY and get
a $1K -gift certificate. SP
$308,500. Ask me about the 0
Downpaymerit Option.
Call Now 1-888-547-4465 Ext. 6 for
details.


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


Highland Lending
Tailored Lending Solutions


Erica Walker
Licensed Mortgage Broker FL Lic. #CLB 070865

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

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iillon Dollar Producer PLEASE CALL ME!

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JUS ISTED!!! PAMPERED PERFECTION!!
JUST LISTED !!! A REAL CREAM PUFF... STEP INSIDE TO THE BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORING... FORMAL
ADORABLE 3 BDRM., 1 BA. COMPLETELY REMODELED AND CUTE AS CAN BE. HARD- LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN WITH MANY EXTRAS INCLUDING BREAKFAST
WOOD FLOORS, NEW TEXTURED WALLS, DECORATOR COLORS, NEW WINDOWS, NOOK, FAMILY ROOM INCLUDES A GORGEOUS BRICK FIREPLACE, SLIDING GLASS
DOORS, KITCHEN CABINETS, APPLIANCES INCLUDED, REFRIGERATOR, DISHWASH- DOORS LEADING TO THE SCREENED LANAI WITH PRIVACY FENCED YARD, SPLIT BED-
ER, DISPOSAL, MICROWAVE. 1YR. OLD ROOF, AIR HANDLER, PHONE & CABLE IN EV- ROOM PLAN, MSTR BATH IS ADJOINED BY MSTR BATH WITH WHIRLPOOL GARDEN
ERY ROOM NO HOA, WALK TO DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN... 100% FINANCING IS TUB, SEPARATE SHOWER...THIS ISA GREAT BUYIII WALK TO THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL,
AVAILABLE ON THIS HOME... MOTIVATED SELLER... BRING OFFERS... ASKING $169,900. CLOSE TO 429,408, & TURNPIKE... ASKING ONLY $294,900.


PEACE AND CONTENTMENT!!
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.


A WORLD OF LIVING!!!
JUST LISTED!! 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 POOLWITH 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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JUST LISTED!!!
MOTIVATED SELLER...BRING ALL OFFERS ON THIS 4BDRM. 2 BA. WITH 2276 SQ.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.


INVESTOR'S OPPORTUNITY!!!
MINUTES FROM THE BEACHi!!
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


SCREENED POOL HOME $289,000
North Winter Garden. 3br, 2ba with tenced ,ard
for kids to pla', in Great floor plan i'.h Laiul-
ed ceilings and eat-in k then Must eetoap-
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WEST ORLANDO 4BR/2BA
Ne\ I-, remodeled kitchen' Neser roof and air
conditioner Formal lh ming and separate I img
and dining rooms Home is in excellent con.-
dilion Mrs. clean hles here' Oni% $213.,9f i

Jenrry Berner 407-432-1700
Deborah Bruno 407-421-2658
Lillian Feliciand 407-375-9741
Ron Giant 407-468-2952
Paula Harriott 407-298-7750


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FIT FOR A KING!!!
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


CHARM PROPERTY WITH STATELY TREES
ALMOST AN ACRE, PRIVACY FENCED BACK YARD WITH STATELY TREES AND NO
HOAIII 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/WORKOUT AREA 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.


PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE! WINTER GARDEN CONDO $131,500
V, e. iier G.- Jen 1., rn.1- ,rIM 2t 'r.in igr ..u l il.,or All Seller as.is! s tih buyers closing ,cOS. 2br/2b.;
l.iulla'.u.= i .nco ,...Au.uCn Icoer r.xl'.otutde split plan on 2nd door with screened porch Nes.-
... blhJr.-,.j ,,-uand. Commnrrn, prl. Asking er A/C, refrigerator. range and ast-her and dry-
i 1 I .i.iI er. Walk to banking and shopping.


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


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


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CONDO-GATED-LAKE ACCESS 2 BD, 2 BA condo. Move in condition.
Great location. Community offers pool, tennis, racquetball, club-
house. Tile in wet areas. All appliances. Great price. Covered patio.
ID=6016
$265,000
Call 352-243-7929


KIL-E TU U SELL iNever live in spacious nome iocateU Cluse Lu
downtown Winter Garden. Many upgrades, in-law suite, oversized
private yard. Cultured marble, upgraded, kitchen. You must check
this one out! ID=4826
$334,900
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 407-352-0520


LAKEFRONT ON LAKE MARY JANE Over 2400 Sq ft. right on Lake
Mary Jane. Over 2400 Sq ft. w/ 4 bedrooms and 2:5 baths. Offered
below recent appraisal. Instant equity. ID=3908
$795,000
Call 407-992-5030


LOVELY CORNER HOUSE This 4 BD home has potential. Built in
the 1950's. This home has modern amenities, detached utility shed
and a huge fenced yard. Motivated seller. Bring all offers. ID=1437
$245,000
Call 407-352-0520


NEW CONSTRUCTION WINTER PARK Home in Mead Gardens GREAT STARTER HOME Enjoy your new domain in this great fair-
area. 4 BD, 2.5 BA w/formal living room & dining room, family room, ly new home. ALL Bedroom's up. Loft can be converted to 4th BD,
bonus room, granite counter tops, moldin, inside laundry, stainless game room or office. Cherry cabinets in spacious kitchen w/nook area
appliances, and many upgrades. ID=9412 & huge pantry. ID=2711
$729,900 $274,000.
Call 407-352-0520 Call 407-354-1060


S.E. ORLANDO, CONWAY AREA Bryn Mawr community. Excel-
lent condition inside and out. 3 BD, 2.5 BA. Master bedroom down-
stairs. 2 big bonus rooms. Eat-in kitchen. Built in bar. Fireplace. 2,144
S.F. Two- car garage. ID=7451
$325,000
Call 352-243-7929


CYPRESS SPRINGS Move-in condition! 3BD/2BA home on Green-
belt. Neutral colors, new carpet, updated kitchen & master bath.
Walk to Cypress Springs Elem. School. Community pool, playground,
tennis courts. 1D=2533
$245,000
Call 407-992-5030


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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
$309,900 -
Call 407-354-1060


SHOWS LIKE A MODEL Move-in ready town home with 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


INVEI31UK3 UKI'REVI vvel maintained I uu, I uDa Uonos,. Luimmu-
nity heated pool, playground and tennis court. Convenient to shop-
ping and restaurants. Easy access to Interstate 4 and Maitland Ex-
hange 414. ID=2076
$125,000
Call 407-352-0520


IMMACULATE 2-STORY HOME Master BD on 1 st floor, bonus room
makes 4th BD in fairly new & spacious town home w/2.5 BA. High-
ly desirable community w/lakes, ponds, walking trails & communi-
ty amenities. 2-car garage. ID=5066
$283,000
Call 407-354-1060


$415,000
Call 407-992-5030


QUALITY COMFORT CONVENIENCE That's what you will get in this
peaceful 2 story treasure nestled in a quiet Cul-De-Sac off Lake Pin-
to. This 3 BD, 2.5 BA home has a screened patio where you can re-
lax and enjoy sunrises and sunsets. ID=6921
$255,000
Call 407-352-0520


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OWESMERE POOL HOME
Stunning 4/3+den, 2672 sf. For-
mal Living Room & Dining Rm.
Gas FP, Outdoor Kitchen, Hot
Tub. Pool resurfacing just com-
pleted. Updated kitchen cabinets
and Master bath with jetted tub.
$439,500.
Call Mary 321-663-8263

Mary Lamoray, The Rogers Team
Realty Executives Central Florida r
7551 W. Sand Lake Rd. Orlando, FL 32819
407-352-4020 office 866-574-4020 direct
321-663-8263 mobile 5/10/07





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