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Winter Garden Times
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Publication Date: May 17, 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, May 25, at noon, and the
deadline for classified is Tues-
day, May 29, by 10 a.m.
For more information, call
407-656-2121.

Last teen dance
set for Friday
The Ocoee Parks and Recre-
ation Department will host its fi-
nal teen dance of the school year
this Friday, May 18, from 7-10
p.m. Snacks and pizza will be
available for sale. Students are
asked to have their Ocoee Mid-
dle School IDs ready at the door.
Middle-school-aged residents
of Ocoee are also invited but
must bring an Ocoee water bill
for proof of residency.
As always, the dress code will
be strictly enforced.
The teen dances will resume
in the fall. For more information,
call Carolyn Bloom at 407-905-
3182.

Native plant walk
Representatives of the Flori-
da Native Plant Society will be
at the Tibet-Butler Nature Pre-
serve this Saturday, May 19, at
10 a.m. to lead a free Eco Satur-
days program on plant identifi-
cation. They will help partici-
pants learn to identify plants na-
tive to the state during a hike
through the preserve. The pro-
gram is open to all ages but lim-
ited to 50 participants. Registra-
tion is required, and hikers
should bring a sack lunch. To
register, call 407-876-6696.

Middle school dance
this Friday at Tanner
The Winter Garden Recre-
'ation Department is hosting a
middle school dance this Friday,
May 18, at Tanner Hall from 7-
11 p.m. It is open to all sixth-,
seventh- and eighth-grade stu-
dents. There will be a live DJ
and snacks available for pur-
chase.
School dress code and current
school ID are required. Cost is
$5. The dance is limited to the
first 250 students.
For more information, call
407-656-4155.

WO Seniors hold
weekly bingo games
The West Orange Senior Cit-
izens h6ld weekly bingo games
in the Ocoee Community Cen-
ter overlooking Starke Lake.
The games are held each Mon-
day from 1-3 p.m. The cost is 25
cents per card, and cash prizes
are awarded. Coffee and sweets
are provided.

Take a dip in
Farnsworth Pool
The Winter Garden Parks and
Recreation Department is gear-
ing up for the summer at its
pools, Farnsworth Pool at 1 Sur-
prise Drive and Bouler Pool at
362 11th St. Information can be
obtained by calling the rec of-
fice at 407-656-4155.
Farnsworth Pool is open from
1-5 p.m. daily for open swim
starting Saturday. 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
Saturday, 5:15-6:30 p.m. Mon-
days and Wednesdays and 5:15-
7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thurs-
days.
Bouler Pool will be open dai-
ly for swimming from 1-5 p.m.
May 23.


Windermere residents criticize Main Street Shoppes plan


-Most residents who
voiced their opinions
were against the
development design.

By Kathy Aber

Windermere residents spent more
than two hours telling the Town Coun-
cil what they dislike about Veranda
Partners' plans for the downtown area
during a public hearing last Tuesday.
The elected officials and the devel-
opers' representatives listened atten-
tively as residents expressed mostly
negative and even some harsh com-
ments and concerns about the $18 to
$20 million, 54,000-square-foot re-
design& that encompasses approxi-
mately four acres between Fourth and
Sixth avenues on Main Street. Less
than one-fourth of the 140 individu-
als attending the meeting addressed
the council.
Ken Simback, vice president of de-
velopment for Veranda Partners, gave
an overview of the project to open the
hearing. Main Street Shoppes, as the
project' is called, includes the former
Windermere Union Church property
and six smaller parcels. The existing
structures total 19,480 square feet, and
these will be replaced with four two-
story structures not to exceed 35 feet
in height with no residential units.
The proposed plan is the first to be
submitted under the town's Planned
Unit Development ordinance, which
requires two public hearings before a
final vote by the Town Council.
After Simback's brief explanation
of the project and another by Town


Photo by. Kathy Aber
Windermere residents Cindy McKenzie (left) and Lois Raymond review plans for the Main Street Shoppes
at Town Hall just before the start of last week's public hearing on the PUD plan.


Attorney Tom Wilkes, describing the
PUD process, residents stepped up to
the podium to detail their misgivings
about the development. Many speak-
ers came with written notes, several
said they had done their homework,
and one carried and read from a book-


marked copy of the town's Compre- velopment. Fay said the plan would
hensive Plan. erode the residential character of the
Pine Street resident Karen Fay town. She also questioned where con-
thanked Council Member Jennifer struction workers would park and em-
Roper for organizing a pre-meeting phasized her distrust of developer
the Saturday before the public hear- Kevin Azzouz commenting, "I'm not
ing to talk to residents about the de- saying anybody's been bought. Some-


how this stinks."
Roper organized a meeting May 5
via e-mail to brainstorm about the "fu-
ture development of downtown,"
which was resent through the town of-
fice. In the e-mail, she encouraged oth-
er council members to come and ob-
serve.
On the advice of the town attorney,
Town Manager Cecilia Bernier in-
structed other council members n6t to
attend because the meeting would not
meet Florida's "Sunshine Law for ad-
vertising for public attendance."
During the hearing, Doug Bowman,
who chairs the town's Parks and
Recreation Committee, said 15,000
square feet of permitted restaurant
space could equate to three Panera
Bread restaurants. To clarify the traf-
fic and parking problems this could
cause, he made a trip Monday to the
Panera restaurant on Sand Lake Road
and counted 82 vehicles parked out-
side. He called the plan a "Trojan
Horse."
Longtime residents Marilyn and
Larry Roofner said they don't "see any
benefits to residents of Windermere."
Cecil Robinson, who lives across
the street from the development area
at 202 E. Fifth Ave., asked if the coun-
cil has considered restrictions that
would protect residents from noise and
other consequences of the demolition
and construction process.
First Avenue resident Joan Laugh-
ner said there are 150 restaurants, 17
grocery stores, 69 dental offices and 18
veterinarians within a five-mile radius
of the -town. She said the 2,400

(See Windermere, 2A)


The City
Commission voted
against placing the issue
on the charter
referendum ballot.

By Michael Laval

City leaders debated last week
whether Winter Garden's commis-
sioners should be required to live in the
district they represent.
At last Thursday's meeting, the
commission reviewed proposals by
the Citizens Advisory Committee for
the City Charter review. One of the
most controversial issues facing Win-
ter Garden is single-member district
representation.
"This is a hot-button issue among the
constituency of this city," said Com-
missioner Gerald Jowers, who mo-
tioned to exclude the issue from the
charter review referendum, which will
be mailed to voters later this year. "We
have been using this system since
1983, and it hasn't been a problem,
not once."
Commissioner Harold Bouler, who
represents District 3, disagreed.
"Any district that's represented on
this board should be represented by
someone from that district," he said.
"I think that in District 3, if it weren't
for single-member districts, we'd be
in trouble."
Commissioner Colin Sharman sid-
ed with Bouler but offered a compro-
mise place single-member districts
on the ballot with the exception that
candidates from other districts can run
if no one qualifies for a given elec-
tion.
Sharman also questioned what
would happen if he, as the elected Dis-
trict 4 commissioner, had his neigh-
borhood rezoned by the city to Dis-
trict 3, which he said was a possibili-
ty. Bouler said he would welcome a
compromise of grandfathering in any
sitting commissioners who have their
residences rezoned to another district.
The debate became a standoff of
Bouler and Sharman vs. Jowers and
Commissioner Bob Buchanan.
"I'm going to stick with my gut and
what the voters in District 4 want,"
said Sharman.
With the vote tied, Mayor Jack
Quesinberry had to cast the deciding
vote. City Attorney Kurt Ardaman ad-
vised, though, that Sharman's com-
promise could pose a problem for the


city if a commissioner who has been
redistricted decided to run for anoth-
er term in the same office.
Based on Ardaman's comments, the
mayor sided with Buchanan and Jow-
ers for a 3-2 vote. Ardaman said,
though, he would further research the
issue of grandfathering and likely pre-
sent his findings at the next commis-
sion meeting.
"This is not your final decision,"
Ardaman said. "This is not the final
vote that goes to the public."
The City Commission could ap-
prove the ballot and charter referendum
special election following public hear-
ings scheduled for the June 28 and
July 12 commission meetings.
If passed, the charter referendum
ballots would be mailed to registered
voters from Sept. 5-15, and all ballots
would have to be returned by Sept.
25. The commission would canvass
the ballots at its Sept. 27 meeting.
While the city is tentatively set for
a Sept. 25 referendum date, a possible
statewide election on property taxes
could force Winter Garden to resched-
ule.
The City Commission also voted
unanimously last Thursday to conduct
the charter referendum by mail ballot
rather than at the polls.
In another matter, the city heard a
presentation from the West Orange
Airport Authority (WOAA), in which
the organization requested $40,000 in
funding. WOAA spokesman Guy
Haggard told the commission that by
joining the cities of Ocoee and Apop-
ka and Orange County in supporting
WOAA, Winter Garden would pave
the way for the airport authority to
take possession and operate two small
airports north of Lake Apopka as of
June 1.
By granting a one-year commitment
of $40,000, Haggard said, Winter Gar-
den would benefit economically and
be rewarded with a permanent seat on
the MetroPlan Orlando (MPO) board,
which the city would share with
Ocoee.
"You haven't convinced me that
Winter Garden's going to benefit from
this," said Quesinberry.
Jowers asked for the city staff to tell
the commission if the city would get
its money's worth.
"My job is to increase the city's tax
revenue and create good-paying jobs,"
said Shelly Weidenhamer, city eco-
nomic development director. "It is a

(See Winter Garden, 2A)


ONP is working on an authentic
caretaker's cabin onsite as well.

By Am3 Quesinberry

The Oakland Nature Preserve doesn't hate enough
money to complete the environmental education cen-
ter. but that's not stopping ONP President Jim Thomas
from moving for% ard ith plans to start construction
this summer. In fact. he's already signed a contract with
a log company to provide the %white pine.
"We're going on faith here a little bit." Thomas
said last Tuesda) at the Oakland Tow n Commission
meeting
ONP has approximately $450.000 of the estimat-
ed $605.000 needed for the project
ONP is hoping to bring the cost do,%n by getting
commitments from electricians, roofers and plumbers
who are interested in donating their time and services.
Thomas wants to use solar power to provide elec-
tricity and heating to "make this a truly environmen-
tal center."
Anyone interested in making a $250,000 donation
will get naming rights for the building.
Thomas also obtained quotes for cedar, cypress
and oak but decided on the white pine because itis the
"most sustainable wood," he told The West Orange
Times bn Monday.
The logs will come precut, likee a Lincoln Logs
kit," Thomas said.
The tin-roofed, log environmental education cen-
ter "will be a replica of a pioneer homestead cabin
that had a porch, two rooms and a dog trot, which
was an open area, and then a kitchen separate from the
two living rooms," Thomas said Monday. He ex-
plained that kitchens were located away from the liv-
ing spaces because they were so hot and they fre-
quently caught fire. The dog trot let air circulate be-
tween the living spaces.
The building will be 4,000 square feet when it is com-
pleted.
That's not the only construction work that will take
place at the preserve. A fishing cabin from the 1900s
that was moved from a former fish camp in Montverde
is being converted to a caretaker's home. Volunteers
from Oakland Presbyterian Church are helping with


The city of Ocoee Public Works ciency by bringing the city's Fleet
Department invites the public to at- Management, Solid Waste Collection,
tend the dedication ceremony for its Faculties Maintenance, Streets and
new building at 301 Maguire Road. Stormwater divisions into one central
The ceremony will be held Thursday, location.
May 24, at 11 a.m., and refreshments The facility has a large garage area
will be served. to provide lift service for more than
The new 14,000-square-foot Pub- 300 city vehicles from tractors to
lic Works Facility is designed to con- dump trucks.
solidate services and maximize effi- Public Works team members now


the project, which includes remodeling the interior
and replacing a fe%% boards outside Thomas said the
goal is to keep the exterior, including the roof, as au-
thentic as possible
The pecky cypress house has two tiny bedrooms,
one bathroom, a lIn ing room area. kitchenette and
porch. It sits to the east of the preserve entrance.
Thomas also made a request to the Oakland Town
Commission regarding % volunteers. They are desper-
ately needed, he said. and an orientation meeung has
been set for Thursday. May 31, at 7 p.m. at Oakland
Town Hall for anyone wanting to volunteer. Two do-
cent training programs will be offered in June.
"They don't have to be ecologists to do this."
Thomas said. The\ just have to care for the en\ iron-
ment.
To sign up or for more information on the volun-
teer program, caretaker's cabin or environmental ed-
ucation center, call the Oakland Nature Preserve at 407-
905-0054.
In other business, the elected officials:
passed the second reading and public hearing of
an ordinance that establishes and adopts mandatory
ethics guidelines for the Tow n Commission.
gave Scott Billue. pastor of NEXT Community
Church, permission to continue his Skate Jams on
May 23 and June 20.
learned from Police Chief Tim Driscoll that 48
people, including five members of the Oakland PD.
applied for the open lieutenant position. Driscoll was
putting together a panel ofcitizens to participate in the
interview process. which will culminate at a public
meeting Wednesday. May 23, at 7 p.m
Also:
*,Oakland A\ enue Charter School Principal Mar-
cia Cason announced that the fifth-grade graduation
is this Thursday, May 17, at 6:30 p.m. at Oakland
Presbyterian Church.
Mayor Kathy Stark read two proclamations declar-
ing May 7-11 Oakland.Teacher Appreciation Week
and May 13-19 Law Enforcement Memorial Week.
Police Chief Driscoll commended his officers for
solving a number of recent burglaries in the town. He
also announced that his department was set to host
the 3rd Annual Child Safety Fair at the charter school
this Wednesday, May 16.


work in colorful office spaces de-
signed to enhance job performance.
They will provide citizens with a num-
ber of enhanced services, including
testing Ocoee's lake water, making
street signs and tracking costs on new
digitized equipment.
For more information on the dedi-
cation ceremony, call 407-905-3100,
Ext. 91530.


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Ocoee to dedicate new public works building








2A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 17, 2007


RUTH CARLSON, 92, Winter Garden,
died Saturday, May 12. Gail & Wynn's
Mortuary, Orlando.
DOLLY TAYLOR DOUGHERTY, 86,
Windermere, died Monday, May 14.
Orlando Direct Cremation Service.
STEWART ALLEN "CAMPBELL"
HOPPER, 42, Winter Garden, died
Saturday, May 12. Baldwin-Fairchild
Funeral Home, Oaklawn Chapel, San-
ford.
BEATRICE BLACKWOOD MILLER,
90, Ocoee, died Wednesday, May 9.


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JOSE SERRANO

W.G. man dies of
gunshot wound
A Winter Garden resident, Jose
Salvandor Serrano, 32, died Sat-
urday, May 12, 13 hours after be-
ing shot in the chest as he sat out-
side his apartment. Winter Gar-
den police said they received a
call at 1:44 a.m. asking for an am-
bulance at 521 S. Park Ave.,
Apartment 52; the victim was un-
responsive and taken to Health
Central in Ocoee, where he died
at 2:42 p.m.
Police have no witnesses and
no motive. They said he was sit-
ting outside his apartment just be-
fore the incident happened. Ac-
cording to police, the apartment
door showed no signs of forced
entry and the victim did not ex-
hibit any signs of a fight. He was
in possession of his wallet when
he stumbled into the apartment to
get help from his roommates, po-
lice said.
Anyone with information about
this weekend shooting can call
the Winter Garden Police De-
partment at 407-656-3636 or
Crime Line at 407-423-TIPS.

Guns stolen in Ocoee
Sometime between 10 p.m. on
May 8 and 7 a.m. on May 9,
someone stole four guns from a
locked vehicle belonging to an
Orange County Deputy Sheriff
who lives in the Wesmere devel-
opment in Ocoee.
The deputy noticed his vehicle
had been broken into during the
night when he went to his vehi-
cle last Wednesday morning.
The Ocoee Police Department
is handling the case. Anyone with
information regarding this case is


Winter Garden
tool that I could use, but whether or not
it's worth $40,000 would require more
analysis."
City Manager Michael Bollhoefer
,offered his opinion that the MPO seat
for Winter Garden would be very ben-
eficial.
Jowers motioned in favor of sup-
porting the WOAA, and the motion
,passed 4-1 with Quesinberry casting
the dissenting vote.
"I feel the seat on the MPO board
would be worth its weight in gold for
the city of Winter Garden," Jowers
said.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
postponed a public hearing on
amending the city's Comprehensive
Plan to comply with the state Wekiva
Parkway and Protection Act. The or-


Collison Carey.Hand Funeral Home,
Winter Garden.
DEWEY F. ROBERTS, 75, Winter
Garden, died May 7. Dobbs Funeral
Home, Orlando; Florida National
Cemetery, Bushnell.
EDWARD EUGENE WRIGHT, 68,
Winter Garden, died Friday, May 11.
Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Win-
ter Garden.
RYAN SCOTT YUHAS, 26, Ocoee,
died Sunday, May 13. Collison Carey
Hand Funeral Home, Winter Garden.


urged to call Crimeline at 1-800-
423-TIPS or Ocoee Police De-
tective Jeff lannuzzi at 407-905-
3160.

Ocoee fire report
The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 89 calls for assistance
during the period of May 3-9:
Fire-1
EMS-52
Vehicle accidents--5
Hazardous materials-4
Public Service-23
False alarms-4
City calls-76
County calls-10
Winter Garden calls-1
Windermere calls-2.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire De-
partment responded to 75 calls for
assistance from May 6-12:
Fires-3
Emergency medical calls-48
Auto accidents-9
Automatic fire alarms-5
Public assist-3
Hazardous conditions-1
Miscellaneous-6.

Windermere police
report for April
The Windermere Police De-
partment reported 1,320 calls for
service from April 1 through 30 as'
well as:
Incident reports 49
Traffic Stops 321
Citations 224
Courtesy notices 118
Business checks 40 per night
Alarms.- 14
Assistance to public 431
Arrests 13
Accidents 3
Parking citations 1
The 13 arrests resulted in 18
charges, including the following:
warrants, possession of cannabis
over 20 grams, possession of
cannabis with intent to sell or dis-
tribute, possession of cannabis
under 20 grams, possession of
drug paraphernalia, possession of
cocaine, driving with license sus-
pended or revoked, domestic vi-
olence, no valid driver's license,
violation of driver's license re-
strictions, driving under the in-
, fluence, open house party and
driving on expired driver's license
(five years).


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dinance could be passed at the June
14 meeting.
passed an ordinance allowing
downtown businesses to pay a city
parking fee rather than provide on-
site parking. Funds generated by the
city would be placed in a fund used
to create hew parking facilities in the
downtown area.
donated $250 to the Autism and
Related Disabilities Gym program.
voted to place a $200 advertise-
ment in the West Orange High School
football program.
appointed Joe Knight to replace
Bouler's former seat on the Commu-
nity Redevelopment Advisory Board.
approved the final plat for Stoney-
brook West parcel 19 on the corner
of Stdneybrook West Parkway and
Avalon Road.


Obituaries


Lee Brenton, longtime local nurse, dies at 94


Local police and fire reports


Seminars on foster
care and adoption
Family, Services of Metro
Orlando has scheduled a free
seminar on foster care and
adoption services on Monday,
May 21, from 6-8 p.m.
The program will take place
at Family Services of Metro
Orlando, 2600 Technology
Drive, Room 144.
The program is for commu-
nity residents who interested
in learning more about foster
care or adoption services.
There are more than 60 chil-
dren and youth entering the
child welfare system each
month, creating an ongoing
need for additional foster
homes. Now more than ever,
it's important for more people
to consider becoming a foster
parent and providing a home
for children in need.
For more information, call
Anna Brown at 407-398-7334.



Disney gives $12.5 million
to new performing
arts center
The Walt Disney World Company
announced Monday that it will donate
$12.5 million to help build the Dr. P.
Phillips Orlando Performing Arts Cen-
ter (DPAC) in downtown Orlando.
"Disney's contribution toward the
construction of DPAC demonstrates its
commitment to making Central Flori-
da a cultural hub for the residents of,
our community as well as a premier
tourist destination," said Dr. Rita
Bornstein, a member of the executive
committee of the DPAC board of di-
rectors."
For its significant gift, the 1,800-
seat acoustical hall will be named for
the Walt Disney World Company.
DPAC will be home to the region's
resident organizations' performances,
including the Orlando Philharmonic,
Orlando Ballet, Orlando Opera and
Festival of Orchestras. In addition, it
will provide a venue for touring
shows.
The performing arts center plans to
develop a mixed-use urban arts facil-
ity with two large performance halls,
a 300-seat theater, educational facil-
ities and a pubic plaza for outdoor per-
formances.
"This financial investment is evi-
dence that Disney is dedicated to help-
ing revitalize Orlando, and I commend
them for believing in the performing
arts center so early in our develop-
ment," said DPAC President Kathy
Ramsberger.
Disney's gift brings the total pri-
vate contributions to DPAC to $67
million.


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


Counseling offered
'at Health Alliance
Family Care Center
For more than four years, Lakeside
Behavioral Healthcare 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-es-
teem.
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.


Leonne "Lee" Brenton, 94, of
Mount Dora, died Monday, May 7.
She was a longtime resident of Win-
ter Garden and a former nurse at the
city's old West Orange Memorial
Hospital.
She was born in Easthampton,
Mass., to Anthony and Gertrude
Kendrew and graduated from Mt.
Sinai School of Nursing in New York
City in 1934. She then joined Henry
Street Visiting Nurse Service as a pub-
lic health nurse in the Bronx until
1941.
During World War II, Brenton
served as an industrial nurse in the
Fisher Body Division at GM in Cleve-
land, Ohio. She was a public health
nurse in Long Island and a staff nurse
at Northport, N.Y., until 1952, when
she moved to Central Florida.
Brenton continued her love of nurs-


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
on Tuesday, May 22, from 6-7:30
p.m. Light refreshments will be
served.


Windermere


residents won't support more com-
mercial development and a market
study should be required from the de-
veloper to prove residents need the
services being proposed.
Her husband, Dale Laughner, a de-
veloper and urban planner who has
worked on projects in Reunion and
Celebration, said the Main Street
Shoppes proposal conflicts with the
town's Comprehensive Plan, which
calls for a low level of commercial ac-
tivity. Noting that Windermere was
incorporated 82 years ago, he told
council, "Please, don't screw it up."
Lake Butler Boulevard resident Paul
Raymond argued that the project is
going to ruin the lakes.
He said Azzouz has not been able
to manage seven acres he owns "on
the prettiest part" of Lake Butler and
asked the council, "Why are you go-
ing to turn him loose on this town?"
"What we're looking at here,
though, is of a scale that I really, tru-
ly think is beyond what most of us can
understand," said Angela Withers of
712 Main St.
Other residents criticized the scale
of the buildings, the overall size of the
project and the associated traffic im-
pact. They questioned the potential
hidden costs to taxpayers for sewer
connections.
The mayor responded that the town
would not pay a single cent for sewer.
When.20-year resident Byron Sut-
ton, 505 W. Second Ave., spoke to say
the project would be a "welcome ad-
dition to the city," his comments,were
met with boos and cat calls.
After a lengthy and steady barrage
of negative comments from more than
33 nlaysayers, two other residents
spoke in favor of the plan.
They both criticized their neighbors'
behavior.
"You should be able to stand up here
and give your opinion and not get
heckled for it," said David Sharpe,
1027 Oakdale St. "I've never been
more embarrassed to be a town resident
than I am right now. To have people
stand up here and give an opinion and
then have people boo and express ha-
tred...It's sad it's come to this."
Sharpe said he welcomes the im-
provements and called the plans "at-
tractive."


Another Oakdale resident, Joan Bai-
ley said, "I think this would be amaz-
ing."
Then, she admonished the audience,
saying, "If these were our children
who were speaking out of turn and
were booing other people, who had
their own little side conversations,
we'd probably punish our children for
acting like that. And that's what I saw
tonight, and I'm embarrassed by that."
The hearing last week is one of two
required as part bf the PUD process
to iron out and resolve various issues
such as traffic, drainage, lighting, sig-
nage and parking concerns. The de-
veloper and Town Council are cur-
rently negotiating to create a devel-
oper's agreement that addresses these
concerns and other issues and con-
forms to design guidelines adopted in
2004.
As currently proposed, the project
will have a mixed-use zoning that in-
cludes restaurant, medical and pro-
fessional office and retail space. No
fast-food operations will be permit-
ted, and hours of operation would be
limited to 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. The pro-
ject is required to have parking for 200
vehicles and a landscaping buffer ad-
jacent to residential properties.
Simback said the project would re-
quire the removal of seven trees, in-
cluding one large specimen. He said ad-
ditional significant landscaping would
be installed to mitigate the tree re-
moval.
He explained that the development
team has already resolved 15 items set
forth by the council last year, as well
as a list of conditions imposed by the
Development Review Board.
At the end of the public hearing,
Mayor Gary Bruhn asked Simback to
respond to the citizens' remarks.
"I didn't feel a lot of love in the
room," said Simback. "I am commit-
ted to working with you to get some-
thing approved."
The mayor and council have set up
,a workshop with the developers for
Monday, June 4, at 7 p.m. in Town
Hall to rediscuss the plan in light of
the citizens' remarks aired at the pub-
lic hearing. The workshop is open to
the public, but it is not a public hear-
ing. Last week, the council agreed to
hold two more public hearings before


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. Tosched-
uled a briefing, call 407-836-8990.
For details, call 407-654-8493.


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..


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a final vote is taken.
In other business, the council:
approved and is transmitting a
change to the town's Comprehensive
Plan to the state. The change pertains
to the open space element of the Comp
Plan.
unanimously passed an emergen-
cy ordinance providing an additional
homestead exemption for certain low-
income seniors.
granted a variance request for
Steve Walker, a member of the De-
velopment Review Board, and Lorry
Delfosse, 906 Oakdale St., amending
setback requirements on their comer lot.
Walker had abstained from voting on
the variance during the DRB meeting.
on the recommendation of the
DRB, agreed to amend the town code
on the setback requirements for cor-
ner lots because the current standards
often create a hardship situation, re-
quiring a variance.
discussed with Oakdale resident
Sharpe, spokesman'for the Lake Bessie
property owners (plaintiffs in a re-
cently resolved lawsuit against the
town), the need to delineate the town
right-of-way along the lakeshore.
Sharpe said he would discuss the mat-
ter with the other property owners and
respond next month.
authorized Professional Engi-
neering Consultants to evaluate the in-
tersection of Main Street and Chase
Road and determine the feasibility of
closing dirt Main Street to incoming
traffic.
heard a report from Jim Clarke,
chairman of the ad hoc sewer/septic
committee to review the impact of sep-
tic tanks on the water quality of the
Butler Chain of Lakes. Clarke report-
ed that the committee reviewed two
studies and concluded that the town
should take no action since there is a
reasonable certainty that septic tanks
are not a source of water quality degra-
dation.
approved a'request by the Parks
and Recreation Committee to move
forward with the design for phase one
of the plan for a linear walkway along
the shore of Lake Down.
under the consent agenda, ap-
proved an ordinance to repave
Bayshore Drive and the entrance to
Lake Street off of Sixth Avenue.


Getting married?
The West Orange Times will run
your engagement and wedding an-
nouncement on the social page. Forms
are available at the newspaper office,
720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden.
Deadline is the Friday prior to the
Thursday issue.
For more information, call 407-656-
2121.


"Living With Asthma" Nights presented by the
Association of Central Florida
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ton. Survivors include two sisters,
Phyllis Muench and Marjorie Wilby of


Massachusetts; a son, Larry Reiner of
Astor; two daughters, Lynn Bucklew
of Mount Dora and Cheryl Bunzick
Abell of Grafton, W.Va.; five grand-
children; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Her life was devoted to serving oth-
ers, yet she never lost her wonderful
sense of humor. She had a beautiful
voice and never missed the opportu-
nity to sing. She was a poet and loved
to recite verse and stories. She was an
example of respect and integrity and
loved her family with sweet, quiet pas-
sion.
Memorial services are this Thurs-
day, May 17, at 11 a.m. at Mount Dora
Seventh-day Adventist Church, High-
way 441 in Mount Dora. Lee will be
laid to rest with her late husband at
Woodlawn Memorial Park, Gotha. In
lieu of flowers, the family would ap-
preciate donations to Hospice.


Health Central has volunteer openings
Health Central Auxiliary in Ocoee is in need of volunteer help in
many areas of the hospital.
Support positions available include the information desk and medi-
cal office building desk (greeting and directing patients and visitors), med-
ical/surgical floor (assisting nurses and patients), outpatient lab (assist-
ing nurse/technician with patients), pharmacy, radiology, support ser-
vices (with such skills as computer knowledge, piano-playing and sec-
retarial support) and surgical waiting (assisting families of surgical pa-
tients).
Orientation and training are provided, and flexible hours are available.
For shift hours and details of duties and responsibilities, call Paulina
Wolfe, director of volunteer services, at 407-296-1148.


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Thursday, May 17, 2007 The West Orange Times 3A


The event was a fund-raising suc-
cess with $8,500 in sponsorship dollars
and $370 in merchandise and dona-
tions raised. In addition, the Winter
Garden Heritage Foundation Museum
raised $2,300 by selling smoked chick-
en dinners and collecting donations on
site.
As part of the fun, attendees were
able to vote on the next movie to be
shown in the series. The big winner, ET
the Extraterrestrial, is slated for July


The streets of downtown Winter
Garden were filled with more than
1,500 moviegoers Saturday evening
as the Garden Theatre premiered the
Starlite Movie Night series under the
marquee.
The two-story movie screen show-
casing the Ben Stiller movie, Night at
the Museum, provided free family fun
as a thank-you to the community for its
continued support of the theater while
building excitement around the re-
opening scheduled for January 2008.
This event, sponsored by Seasons
52 and Castle & Cooke, marked the
'first cinematic experience in the historic
downtown area in more than 40 years.
Families and friends gathered on
'blankets and lawn chairs to create a
drive-in ambiance and enjoyed the
Lakeview Middle Jazz Band pre-show,
while favorite movie refreshments -
popcorn, candy, snow cones and cot-
ton candy were served.
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Stafford and Beth Heidt (from left) pause for a picture before the cro
,start showing up for the Starlite Movie Night on Plant Street in W
;,Garden.


The Garden Theatre marquee lights up the night as movie-goers en-
- joy 'Night at the Museum' on the big outdoor screen in downtown Win-
ter Garden.

County health department offering
immunizations to prepare 7th-graders


Keeping immunizations up to date is
an important step in school preparation.
The Central Florida Immunization
Coalition is working diligently to prepare
students for the next school year. Coun-
ty health departments are starting early.
to help parents with the immunization
process.
Before children can register for
school, parents must provide documen-
tation (Department of Health Form 680,
Certification of Immunization) show-
ing proof of vaccination against many
vaccine-preventable diseases. While
there may be mild side effects, such as
low-grade fever, getting immunized is
much safer than getting the disease.
Orange County Health Department
representatives are visiting Orange
County Public Schools' sixth-grade
classrooms to provide immunizations
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 infectious diseases.
By keeping children up to date on rec-
ommended vaccines, parents and
guardians can protect them, their fami-
lies and friends in their school commu-
nity from serious, life-threatening in-
fections.
Education is an important component
of the Central Florida Immunization
Coalition; members develop relation-
ships with other agencies and visit
schools, daycare centers, childcare pro-
grams and long-term care facilities to
increase community knowledge of and
improve compliance for recommended
vaccines and when they should be giv-
en.
For more information on the CFIC,
visit http://www.cficcoalition.org.


Children's events set at West Oaks Library


The West Oaks Library, located at
1821 E. Silver Star Road in Ocoee, is
offering special programs for children.
The programs are free, and scheduling
is not necessary.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for You
and Baby is especially for infants birth
to 18 months and lasts approximately
15 minutes. It will be held each Mon-
day at 10:15 a.m. The rhythm and rep-'
etition of nursery rhymes are used to
introduce very young children to liter-
ature.
Toddler Time, especially for chil-
dren aged 18-36 months, will be held
each Monday at 10:45 a.m. The use of
picture books, finger plays, songs, po-
etry and Mother Goose rhymes and
flannel board stories encourage the de-
velopment of verbal and listening skills.
The program lasts approximately 20
minutes.
Storybook Fun for Your Little
One: This read-aloud program, held
each Monday at 11:15 a.m., is recom-
mended for children ages 3-5 years.
Children can enjoy folk and animal
tales, flannel and big book stories, plus
rhymes, songs and poetry. Groups, fam-
ilies, schools and childcare providers


are welcome to participate, and schedul-
ing is not necessary.
The West Oaks Library is open Mon-
days through Thursdays from 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m. and on Fridays and Saturdays
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The library is
also open Sundays from 1-6 p.m. For
more information, call 407-521-3330.


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n in- Health Central's
gen- director of ER
obtains Fellow status
Robert Stein, director of the Emer-
gency Department at Health Central,
has advanced to Fellow status in the
American College of Healthcare Ex-
ecutives, an international profession-
al society representing nearly 30,000
healthcare executives.
The announcement was made at
ACHE's convocation ceremony, held
during the organization's annual
Congress of Healthcare Management.
Fellow status is the highest level of
professional achievement in ACHE,
with nearly 3,000 healthcare execu-
tives in the nation holding this dis-
tinction.
With comprehensive programs in
credentialing, education, career de-
velopment, publications, research and
P.' public policy, the ACHE works to-
ward its goal of improving the health
status of society by advancing health-
: care leadership and management ex-
cellence.
ecky To obtain Fellow status, candidates
wds must demonstrate their education, ex-
inter perience and leadership in the health-
care field during a period of several
years. They must also complete a sig-
nificant project on a subject related to
healthcare management.


Seniors First needs
volunteer drivers
The Seniors First Meals on Wheels
department is looking for volunteer
drivers.
Meal routes are Ipcated throughout
Orange County with various pickup
locations. Routes are available Mon-
day 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 Neighbor-
hood Lunch Programs and Home Re-
pairs, Transportation and Guardian-
ship services.
To volunteer to be. a driver for
Meals on Wheels, call Lorraine Shu-
maker at Seniors First at 407-292-
0177, Ext. 260.



City Web site
Check out the city of
Ocoee's Web site at
www.ci.ocoee.fl.us to keep
up with meeting schedules,
ways to volunteer and ways
to ask questions of or com:"
plain to city staff and offi-
cials.


Photo by Michael Laval
Learning through video games,
Ocoee Middle School hosted a video game competition in which students played a game that tests their
skills in algebra. Gathered at the event are (1-r): Ntiedo Etuk, CEO of Tabula Digita, OMS students Dallas
Dunbar and Eddie Krause and Principal Dr. Kate Clark. As the winner of OMS's competition, Krause will
attend a national tournament of the educational game in Atlanta hosted by Tabula Digita. He will be accompanied
by runner-up Dunbar.


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.

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.

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


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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 Cen-
tral must receive the registration
form and the class fee. Registration
over the phone will not be accepted.


Alzhiemer support group
at Summerville
Summerville at Ocoee, an assist-
ed-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.

Summerville seeks
volunteers
Summerville at Ocoee, an assist-
ed-living and memory-care residence,
is seeking volunteers to assist with
events, outings, bingo, crafts, games
and other activities, as well as pro-
vide musical entertainment.
For more information, call Betty
Phillips and Joy Pensala at 407-299-
2710.


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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 17, 2007


Opinion


In our opinion .

Editorial


What exactly is the flavor that Windermere wants to preserve?
What characteristic embodies the flavor of a prescription filled; or 30 years ago when you
small town more than the respect that its resi- could walk up town and pick up your car after
dents have for one another? How ironic is it its oil had been changed or to watch your kids
that those in Windermere who are most deter- play Little League while the train rumbled by
mined to keep Windermere the way it's always or nearly 100 years ago when you could
been are the ones who walk to visit your rela-
heckled their neighbors ives at the Pine Tree Inn?
when they chose to stand And to one of the vocal
up and voice their support \ preservationists who lives
of the Main Streeti on the lake, is the "flavor"
Shoppes at last week's WiN M E we want to preserve more
public hearing? POWNWN VEMN reminiscent of the small
"I've never been more \J N l house you once lived in
embarrassed to be a town or the much larger one
resident than I am right you built after you tore
now," said David Sharpe, '- the house down?
whose children are- Like it or not, razing
fourth-generation Win- small buildings and re-
dermere residents. "To iFORplacing them with larger
have people stand up here ones is the direction Win-
and give an opinion and j, dermere has been headed
then have people boo and for years, so it's no sur-
express hatred, it's just .--- .. prise that a developer
sad." would want to do the
The old saying that "the nor I ot6w'o7 same with commercial
only thing that's constant property. The Main Street
is change" is even true "Anyone speaking in favor?" Shoppes is a big devel-
about Windermere, so opment for Windermere
when the preservationists and should continue to be
want to "maintain" Windermere the way it's carefully scrutinized to protect the interests of
always been, pardon us if we're confused. Are the town; but the "interests" of the town should
we talking about the Windermere today, where not be skewed by intimidating residents not to
you can walk to town to buy a wakeboard; or give their opinion.
15 years ago when you could walk to town to If residents want to maintain the charm of
get your mail; or 25 years ago when you could Windermere, they might be best served by us-
walk to town to eat lunch while you had your ing some charm.


National Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 20-26


By Tishya Luedtke,
Code Compliance Inspector
City of Ocoee


Observe Hurricane Preparedness Week by getting all
the items on your survival list and preparing your home.
Hurricane season begins June 1, so don't delay. Prepare
a survival kit for your family and review your hurricane
plan. Where will you go if you need to evacuate, and
where is your family's safe meeting place if you are
separated during a storm? What family member, who does
not live in the same area, is your family contact?
If you have a kit from last year, take it out and check
the expiration date on your batteries. These batteries
could be your only power source for light and operating
your radio, which will provide the information for weath-
er, locations of emergency distribution centers and what
retail stores are open. Remember to get enough pre-
scription medicines to last through the period of recov-
ery time. Pharmacies may not be open immediately fol-
lowing a storm due to lack of electricity. Review your
home insurance policy. Decide where you will go if you
need to evacuate, and develop an evacuation route that
you will use.
Locate important papers and make copies that you
will need to take with you and secure the originals in a


safe location. Don't forget to make plans for your pets'
safety and evacuation needs. Practice tornado drills with
your children so they will be better prepared if the need
arises. The city of Ocoee is very concerned with peoples'
safety and hopes that we have a non-eventful season.
To assist you in preparing for hurricane season, the city
of Ocoee has free Hurricane Preparedness brochures
available at the City Hall Information Desk and the
Building Division. These brochures are available in En-
glish and Spanish. You may also acquire information
on the Net. There are many Web sites that have bene-
ficial information such as: www.flash.org, www.red-
cross, www.nhc.noaa.gov and www.floridadisater.org
If you are a business owner, we suggest you formu-
late a plan for your business and check your insurance.
If you are a tenant, what are your responsibilities with
regard to building protection? Do you know what types
of losses you might entail from storm damage? Loss of
property is not the only type of loss. Businesses should
access what their losses might be because of business time
loss. There is a site to help you prepare a plan for you
business at www.floridadisaster.org.
Space doesn't allow listing all the things that you need
to do or to have available, so please go on line or stop
by Ocoee City Hall and pick up a brochure.
We all need to "be prepared."


From our archives

Old Times


65 years ago
The beautiful new Methodist church will be open for
service next week. The First Methodist Church of Win-
ter Garden was organized in 1895 in the Beulah com-
munity and was known as the Beulah Methodist Church.
Among the names appearing as charter members we
find Roper, Gregory, Sessions, Reams, Tanner, Collins,
McNabb, Higgins, Letson, Smith, Dunnaway and Robin-
son.
President Roosevelt set June 30 as registration day
for young men between 18 and 20 years of age. Males
between 20 and 45 are now subject to military, duty.
Bass and Rachel, local grocerymen, have been ap-
pointed as representatives who will mail a carton of
cigarettes to servicemen at a price of 85 cents per car-
ton. This only applies to boys who are serving overseas
or aboard ship.

40 years ago
The Lake Apopka Gar Derby is underway and will
continue for three months with $2,000 in prizes offered.
The first ticket was purchased by Gov. Claude Kirk who
has promised that something will be done about the pol-
luted condition of Lake Apopka. First prize goes to the
longest gar caught.
Long lines formed at the tag agency on Dillard Street
the last three days before the deadline for the 1967 auto
licenses. The convenience of having an agency in Win-
ter Garden was of special benefit to late purchasers -


it saved them trips into Orlando.

35 years ago
Frederick M. Savage, who teaches chemistry and bi-
ology at Lakeview High School, was honored as Out-
standing Science Teacher of Orange County by the
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
The prime reason given was his ability to arouse and
maintain the students' interest in the field of science.
Insects commonly called "love bugs," "honeymoon
bugs" and "telephone bugs" because they fly in pairs, are
bombarding Florida in vast numbers now.
Nonchalance is the ability to look like an owl when
you have acted like a jackass.
Discussion of county politics overheard at a party:
"He may be a crook, but he's our crook. And when he's
bought, he stays bought."

25 years ago
The first player signed for a 1982-83 baseball schol-
arship at Valencia Community College was West Orange
High School's All-Metro third baseman, Brent Hazen.
"It is the most prestigious scholarship a high school
senior can receive in Fine Arts," said West Orange High
School art teacher Rod Reeves of his student Beth Gat-
ley's Scholastic Arts Awards Scholarship to Columbus
School of Arts and Design in Columbus, Ohio.
The Ocoee Junior High School Future Problem Solv-
ing team has been selected to compete in the National
Bowl at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


Reader opinions

Letters to the editor


Former Windermere resident comments on meeting


Letter to the Citizens of the Town of Windermere:

There have been so many times in the past I wanted to
write when the town of Windermere was fighting over
the proposed plans of Mr. Azzouz, but somehow I nev-
er had the nerve. The article in the Local News Section
of the May 9 Orlando Sentinel gave me the courage.
My family came to Windermere in the early '40s, and
we would have liked to keep it the way it was back then
also, but change is inevitable, and change it did.
My father died at a very early age, but before he passed
away he had the foresight, along with Mr. Fisher, to de-
velop Davis Shores. He also built a new post office,
which was where John Oswald's Pharmacy used to be;
and a country store on the southeast comer of Fifth and
Main, where the dry-cleaner outlet is now located. I think
if you were honest you would agree that those buildings,
which are still standing, are much more attractive and


in keeping with a "small-village charm" than the two-sto-
ry red brick building on Main Street and the gray stuc-
co building by the Baptist church. I have nothing against
the Baptist church, but it also did nothing toward main-
taining a "small-village" image.
Where were all you complainers when those build-
ings were built?
I don't live in Windermere today, but I did so for many
years and still care about that community.
I don't know Mr. Azzouz, but I am sorry I haven't
written sooner on his behalf; and I don't
know those who spoke in favor of the project either, but
they did have the right to voice their opinion without the
rude residents booing and giving cat calls.
You should be ashamed.

Kay Davis SimRi
Orlando'


Commissioner Brummer discusses results of Wekiva studies'


Editor:
The objective of the Wekiva Parkway & Protection Act
(I was the Florida House sponsor) was to protect the Weki-
va River and its contributing springs. The law included di-
rection for the Department of Health (DOH) to determine
whether new rules for septic systems were required in the
Wekiva Study Area.
The DOH, without appropriate study, called for new
rules and was ready to implement them at great cost to
homeowners in the Wekiva Study Area. Fortunately, mem-
bers of the DOH's Technical Review and Advisory Com-
mittee (TRAP), led by its chairman, Robert F. Harper IB,
stepped in and stopped the dictatorial efforts of DOH.
In the 2006 legislative session, we were successful in se-
curing funding for two studies. DOH was funded to de-
termine whether septic systems contribute any nitrogen
to the Wekiva River and its contributing springs, and, if
so, is the amount significant. The Department of Envi-
ronmental Protection (DEP) was funded to determine the
inventory of nitrogen sources to the Wekiva River and its
contributing springs.
The research by DOH's Research Review and Advi-
sory Committee (RRAC) was divided into parts or tasks.
Task 1 was a detailed field sampling of test septic system
sites in each of the three counties to determine what amount
of nitrogen if any is coming from septic systems.
Task 2 was to analyze the differences in nitrogen dis-
bursement from the different types of septic systems. The
effort of this research is to estimate the overall nitrogen con-
tribution of all septic systems in the Wekiva Study Area.
The third task is the assessment of nitrogen contribution
of onsite waste treatment systems (OWTS). The Task 3 re-
port will compare the contribution from septic systems to
the contribution of other sources such as atmospheric de-
position, commercial fertilizer applications, livestock and
residential fertilizer.


The results of the studies are coming in. There is morenlii
information to be received. A report by Dr. Linda Youngcg.
of the University of Florida presents interesting data.
Dr. Young's report is Task 3 on the DOH list of stud-
ies. The report holds that septic s. stems contribute only
6 percent of the nitrogen to the Weki va Stud\ Area. The
report sites fertilizer as the source of 80 percent of the rm-
trogen to the Study Area.
Dr. Young's study is supported by an analysts b. the Fon-
da Department. of Environmental Protecuon That study
also shows input of nitrogen at 6 percent for sepuc systems
and 80 percent for fertilizer for the area studied.
The field studies for Task 1 are complete. The field .
work in Lake and Orange counties reflect that 70 to 80
percent of nitrogen is gone within 70 to 80 feet from the
septic system. In the Seminole County test, nitrogen xv as
reduced to "background" or "natural" levels at 100 feet from,
the system. Information in the studies supports that sep-
tic systems are performing extremely well in the Wekiva;:'
Study Area.
Task 4 of the Wekiva Nitrogen Contribunon Study is for.
DOH staff to develop a cost-effective solution to nitro-
gen contribution to the Wekiva River and its contnbut-
ing springs. Based upon the information in the recent stud- .
ies, will DOH staff be willing to change its position regarding
septic systems?
In order to truly preserve the Wekiva River and its con-
tributing springs resources and remedies must be focused'
on the major contributor of nitrogen, which is fertilizers....
Solutions should include converting to organic fertilizers
and limiting the amount of fertilizer that can be dumped
on the ground and eventually reaches our most precious.
environmental resource.

Frederick C. Brummer
Orange County Commissioner


State Rep. Nelson discusses hurricane sales-tax holiday


Editor:


With the first set of tropical storm systems moving through
the southeast last week, it is time for all of us to start plan-
ning for hurricane season again. Hurricane season, which be-
gins June 1, can easily become costly for Florida families.
It may be of some comfort, though, that Floridians will
again this year have some respite from sales taxes on hur-
ricane goods.
' Also beginning on June 1 will be this year's sales-tax
holiday on hurricane preparedness goods.
The following list of items will be exempted from the
sales tax until June 12:
Any self-powered light for $20 or less
Any self-powered, two-way or weatherband radio for $75
or less
Tarps or waterproof sheeting for $50 or less
Any ground anchor or tie-down kits for $50 or less
Gas or diesel fuel tanks for $25 or less
All packages of AAA, AA, C, D, 6- and 9-volt batter-
ies for $30 or less
Cell phone batteries for $60 or less or chargers for $40
or less
Non-electric coolers for $30 or less
Any portable generators for light, communications or food
for $1,000 or less
Any storm shutters for $200 or less
Carbon monoxide detectors for $75 or less
Any reusable ice for $10 or less
Any product that applies to two or more of these cate-
gories for $75 or less.


Family grateful for oppori
Editor,

If the past weekend is any indication, the arts in Win-
ter Garden are alive and well! Lakeview Middle School's
production of The Music Man was altered to be set in
Winter Garden, complete with Bray Hardware and the
Garden Theatre as set pieces. The talent that comes from
those students is just awesome, and the community is very
lucky to have such a young, vibrant group to entertain us.
If you weren't fortunate enough to have seen the play,
perhaps you caught a performance of the Lakeview Jazz
Band at the StarLite Movie Night on Saturday? The jazz
band played prior to the free outdoor movie hosted by the
Winter Garden Heritage Foundation's Garden Theatre.
The live music was wonderful, as was the film. Downtown
Plant Street was filled with families enjoying fun and fel-


tL


In addition to these sales-tax exemptions, the Legislature
also reauthorized the My Safe Florida Home program, an-
other hurricane safeguard for Florida families.
Under the My Safe Florida Home program, the Depart-
ment of Financial Services will offer free home inspections
to determine what mitigation measures might be necessary,
what insurance premiums should apply to the property and
what kind of improvements are necessary to harden the
property against vulnerability to hurricane damage..
These inspections are only available to single-family, res-
idential properties. Those that qualify, however, will re-
ceive the inspection at no cost from a certified wind specialist
contracted by the Department of Revenue.
Also included with the inspection will be a range of cost
estimates for the recommended mitigation improvements.
In response to an idea brought up in January's special
session on property insurance and hurricane preparedness,
the inspection of the home will also include information
specific to the insurer of the property, indicating how pre-
mium discounts will correlate to the recommended mitiga-1
tion measures.
These inspections will prove to be a great help in assess-
ing our region's level of hurricane preparedness and our
vulnerabilities.
For more information on the My Safe Florida Home pro-
gram and the free wind mitigation inspections, please visit
www.mysafefloridahome.com or contact my district office
at 407-880-4414.

State Rep. Bryan Nelson
District 38


unities in downtown W.G.
lowship, and the weather was picture-perfect!
Since I can remember the Winter Garden of the '70s
and early '80s, when you could have rolled up the side-
walks at 5 o'clock, even on the weekends, it really does
my heart good to see so many different types of people at-
tending so many types of events in the historic downtown
corridor. Renaissance? Rebirth? Whatever you want to
call it, I feel very fortunate to be experiencing it with my
family. Thank you, city of Winter Garden; there's nowhere
else I'd rather be.

Julie Jackson Butler
Administrator
Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
(I may live in Ocoee now,
but my heart's still in Winter Garden!)


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Thursday, May 17, 2007 The West Orange Times 5A




Business


Bee Kidz celebrates opening
Bee Kidz, a child's play and party zone in Winter Garden, held a ribbon-cutting event with the help of the West
Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors last week. Bee Kidz offers 'edutainment' for children under
the age of 7, plus enrichment programs in art and drama for children 3-10 years old. Pictured are (1-r): front
row, April White, Anthony Laughlin, Aubrey Smith, Rayna Smith, Cameron Webber, Taylor Rossmoore,
Nicholas Uhlman, Hunter Rossmoore; middle row, Jaclyn Whiddon, JoAnne Quarles, Pat Gleason, Marie Laugh-
lin;:Benita Smith, Robert Rossmoore, Joan Bailey; back row, Lori Tyson, Dianne Southwell, Peggy Issac-
son, Lenny Stark, Ron Garrison and Adriana Uhlman. Bee Kidz is located at 855 E. Plant St., No. 1600.


Bola Ristorante welcomes guests ,
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors helped Bola Ristorante celebrate its grand open-
ing recently. Located at 8148 International Drive, Bola Ristorante offers aged steak, fresh seafood, Italian
specialties and an extensive wine collection. Gathered at the ribbon-cutting event are (l-r): Chamber Pres-
ident Stina D'Uva, Heather Weidenbruch, Anette Luck, Hassan Baba, Hanan Agag, Jaclyn Whiddon, Di-
ane Southwell, Peggy Issacson and Ron Garrison.


Chamber receives certification of excellence


The West Orange Chamber of
Commerce has achieved the presti-
gious designation of Certified
Chamber of Commerce in Florida.
The designation was approved by
the Florida Association of Chamber
Professionals last week.
A Certified Chamber of Com-
merce meets standards of excellence
and assures businesses joining the


chamber that they are investing in
a not-for-profit corporation whose
revenues are utilized for business
and public good rather than person-
al gain.
The West Orange Chamber is one
of only 37 chambers in Florida to
achieve the Certified Chamber of
Commerce designation. The certi-
fication will be reevaluated after five


Broadband Internet service via
satellite available in Winter Garden


A new Internet service provider is
available in town.
WildBlue Communications an-
nounced last week it began offering
high-speed Internet in Winter Garden
through the company's new satellite,
WildBlue-1.
WildBlue, which has more than
130,000 customers nationwide, pro-
vides high-speed Internet access via
satellite to homes and small businesses
not served or underserved by other
high-speed providers.
The new satellite will allow Wild-
Blue to more than triple its customer
capacity, making high-speed Internet
service available to more than 750,000
rural customers throughout the con-
tinental United States.


To celebrate this service expansion,
new WildBlue customers will receive
one month of any service package free
of charge in May.
"WildBlue is eager to offer its high-
speed Internet via satellite service to
consumers in Winter Garden who
have been waiting for an alternative to
dial-up," said Brad Greenwald, Wild-
Blue vice president of sales and mar-
keting. "We continue to be the lead-
er in affordable high-speed Internet,
and we are committed to making
broadband Internet access available
to every consumer and small business
in Winter Garden."
For more information, call 1-866-
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All company owned and op-
erated hotels at the Walt Dis-
ney World Resort will become
smoke-free by June 1, ac-
cording to Erin Wallace, Dis-
ney's senior vice president for
operations.
The policy also applies to
all Disney, Vacation Club re-
sorts. With more than 20 Dis-
ney owned and operated re-
sorts on property, this repre-
sents the largest single resort
complex to institute this type
of smoking policy change,
Wallace said.


"We make adjustments to
our operations based on guest
demand," Wallace added.
"This policy complements our
efforts to provide our guests
with the healthy living options
they are requesting."
The new policy applies to.
all guest rooms, patios and
balconies and designates out-
door smoking areas at all re-
sorts affected by the change.
Currently, less than 3.5 per-
cent of Disney World's 24,000
resort rooms are smoking op-
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Students share ways to conserve water


Brian Kendrick restored and rebuilt a nature trail at a local elementary school to earn his Eagle Scout rank.
With him is his father, Glenn Kendrick.

Kendrick attains rank of Eagle Scout
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Brian Paul Kendrick of Winter Gar-
den has been awarded the rank of Ea-
gle Scout, the highest rank in Boy
Scouting. To receive such an honor,
a Scout must develop and have ap-
proved an Eagle project that will, in
some way, benefit the community at
large.
Kendrick took on the project of
restoring and rebuilding a large nature
trail at Palm Lake Elementan School


in the Dr. Phillips area. He assembled
a volunteer base of Scouts, family
members and Palm Lake parents, and
they cut back the overgrown flora and
fauna, rebuilt and stained three sitting
areas and identified and labeled all ex-
isting plants along the trail.
His management and leadership for
this project entailed many workdays
and a total of 281 man hours. It was also
his responsibility. to raise the funds


necessary to complete this project,
which totaled close to $1,000. ,j
Kendrick is an active memberjof
Scout Troop 225 in Windermere. He
is a senior at West Orange High
School, is taking all Advanced Place-
ment college-level classes and has
been awarded a 75 percent state schol-
arship. He plans to first train and Be-
come a firefighter and then will cn-
tinue his studies in college.


The city of Winter Garden Utilities De-
partment celebrated its ninth annual Drop
Savers contest, and more than 900 third-
and fourth-grade students from six ele-
mentary schools participated. Each student
had the opportunity to express ways to
conserve water through a T-shirt design
contest.
To aid students, a presentation was giv-
en covering various water-conservation
topics followed by questions and answers.
Schools participating were Dillard


Street, Maxey and Whispering Oak ele-
mentaries; Calvary Christian, Founda-
tion Academy and Hope Charter. At the
awards ceremony, Mayor Jack Quesin-
berry presented each winner with a T-
shirt with his or her design imprinted on
it, a gift card and a certificate signed by
the mayor and City Manager Mike Boll-
hoefer.
The winners are:
Calvary 4th grade, Siri-Jacob
Ramirez; 3rd grade, Jonathan Briones;


Dillard Street 4th grade, Michael
Diaz; 3rd.grade, Samatha Murphy;
Foundation 4th grade, Deborah
Holt (who was also an honorable-men-
tion state winner); 3rd grade, Colleen Lay;
Whispering Oak 4th grade, Kay-
lyn Frick; 3rd grade, Ziane Wimes;
Maxey 4th grade, Jovan Jones;
3rd grade, Tayneisha Johnson;
Hope 4th grade, Lauren White;
3rd grade, Kemper Jensen (3rd-place state
winner).


Artist opens gallery in Winter Garden
The Artists Studio, located at 54 W. Plant St. in Winter Garden, recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with
the help of the West Orange Chamber Ambassadors. The studio is Mark Pulliam's personal gallery of art-
work, and he sells and paints at this location and does conservation picture framing. Pulliam said he opened
this studio to have a larger place to work in and to have a gallery for people to have easier means to buy
and collect his work. At the ribbon-cutting are, I-r, Anette Luck, JoAnne Quarles, Peggy Isaacson, Pulliam,
Linda Osterberg and Ron Garrison.


Health Central Park treasures volunteers


The Recreation and Volunteer Ser-
vices Department and Adult Day Pro-
gram at Health Central Park recog-
nized the more than 50 volunteers dur-
ing last month's Volunteer Apprecia-
tion Week. The theme for the week
was Treasured Volunteers, and HCP
did just that.
All of these people have completed
and contributed more than 7,700 hours
since March 31, 2006. Volunteers
range from kindergartners and sec-
ond-graders from Dillard Street Ele-
mentary School to teen-agers at Ocoee


High School and Foundation Acade-
my. Many are seniors as well.
Volunteer services provided include
visiting residents, taking care of pets,
sewing, conducting church services
and Bible study, taking on clerical
tasks, setting up for parties and func-
tions, playing games, providing en-
tertainment and reading to residents.
Lunch was served to the volunteers,
and certificates of appreciation with
hours noted were given. They also re-
ceived Treasured Volunteer pins and
gifts.


Local businesses donated raffle
prizes, including Sam's, Lowe's, Posi-
tano, Ace Hardware, IHOP and Mc-
Donald's.
"We would be so lost were it not
for our volunteers," said Judy Skil-
ton, director of recreation and volun-
teer services. "They are all so gener-
ous of their time, energy and talents."
For more information on becoming
a Treasured Volunteer at Health Cen-
tral Park, call Skilton at 407-296-1656.
HCP is at 411 N. Dillard St. in Win-
ter Garden.


HCP residents are
treasures
'Treasure Our Elders' is exactly
what Health Central Park is doing
as the theme for 2007 National
Nursing Home Week May 13-18.
Residents' pictures have been
added to a gold coin and placed
in a treasure chest to honor them.
Events for the week have included
a Mother's Day Tea, 'Roll & Stroll
around the Park,' Health Central
Park Idol Contest and a 'We Trea-
sure You' picnic this Friday. The
Recreation Department is holding
a treasure hunt throughout the
week, and the hallways are
adorned with pearls of wisdom giv-
en by residents, families, staff and
volunteers. For more information on
the festivities, call 407-296-1656.


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VFW District Convention is Sunday
The VFW, District 18, Department of Florida will for 2007-08 will be held in the afternoon and followed
hold its convention this Sunday, May 20, at VFW, 8152 by the installation of the new officers.
Pine Hills Road, Orlando. District 18 Commander Bill Young and Ladies Aux-
The joint meeting will be at 11 a.m. with afternoon iliary President Debbie McCollum urge all members
meetings at 1 p.m. Election of officers for District 18 to attend.


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* Winter Garden
Recreation activities
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activities and classes.
.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
foi other
Preschool tennis A hands-on
introduction for preschoolers Tues-
dayos from 940 a.m. at Chapin Sta-
pon The cost is $60 for city residents.
',. Youth soccer Clinics are of-
r ferd in conjunction with Empire Soc-
r Academy at Walker Field, 415 S.
ark Ave., on Tuesday evenings. The
os [ is $90 for a six-week session for
.,-Yit%, residents, $95 for others.
i". Adult keyboard Lessons take
. place at the Old Fire Station Rec Cen-
:Yter. 127 S Boyd St., Wednesdays from
S9-10i a.m The cost is $50 for a five-
*eek 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-
L--41;5 5 or more information.

Free smoke detectors
The Winter Garden Fire Department
offers free smoke detectors to city res-
idents who don't have a working
'tnoke detector in their home. For more
information, call the Fire Prevention
loBureau at 407-656-4689, Ext. 2283.
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Library programs
for children
The Winter Garden Library has
programs for children on Wednes-
days. Tiny Tales is presented at 10:15
a.m. to infants from birth to 18
months. Toddler Time is at 10:45
a.m. for children 18-36 months. Sto-
rybook Fun for those ages 3-5 is at
11:15 a.m. The library is on East Plant
St.

Visit downtown
W.G. museums
Downtown Winter Garden has sev-
eral museums honoring the city's his-
tory. The Winter Garden Heritage
Museum is at 1 N. Main St. There is
no admission. For information or to
schedule a tour for large groups, call
407-656-5544. The Winter Garden
History Center is downtown on West
Plant Street. For information, call
407-656-3244. The Central Florida
Railroad Museum is at 101 S. Boyd
St. For information, call 407-656-
0559.

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


Rotary hears 1 family's experience.
Molly Piveral spoke to the Winter Garden Rotary Club recently about
the Leukemia Society and the disease. Her son, Kyle, was diagnosed
tith the disease in August 2004 and had to undergo extensive
chemotherapy treatments and bone-marrow transplants. Her son is
now,considered cancer-free. Since he was diagnosed, Piveral has be-
,;come active in the Leukemia Society and encourages everyone to sup-
port it. Besides monetary donations, citizens can help by donating blood
-band platelets, which are critical components in battling the disease.
-,:With Piveral is Winter Garden Rotary President David Sylvester.


Honored students
Brian Quinn and Tyler Camp were honored as the Most Improved Stu-
dents for the months of February and March at Edgewood Children's
Ranch. With them is their case manager, Xiomara Galdon. They were
awarded by the West Orange Kiwanis Club.


REBECCA M. UGALDE


Ugalde graduates
from Georgia Tech
Rebecca M. Ugalde, daughter of
Antonio and Lilian Ugalde of Winter
Garden, has graduated from the Geor-
gia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
Last year she received her bache-
lor's degree in chemical and biomolec-
ular engineering, and this year she
earned her master's degree in chemi-
cal engineering.
She is a 2002 graduate of West Or-
ange High. She earned a full scholar-
ship from Disney to fund her under-
graduate degree and earned another
full scholarship from ,British
Petroleum through the GEM Fellow-
ship to fund her master's degree.
She will be relocating to Houston
to start her career with BP.


KALLIE LEA WATERS


Kallie Waters graduates
from Eastridge High
Kallie Lea Waters, daughter of Ron
and Kathy Lewis Waters of Winter Gar-
den, will graduate from Eastridge High
School on May 18. She was a varsity
cheerleader and earned cum laude aca-
demic status.
Kallie was recently appointed by Sen.
Bill Posey to serve'as a senate page dur-
ing the recent Florida Legislative Session.
She will attend the University of North
Florida in Jacksonville.

Habitat looking for
volunteers and
committee members
I West Orange Habitat For Humanity
is looking for people to serve on its
various committees: Publicity, Fund-
raising, Nurturing, Building and Site
Selection. Call 407-905-0406 for de-
tails.
The group also needs volunteers to
help on the work site, locate families and
buildable sites, phone other volunteers
or photograph the progress. For details,
go to the Web site www.woh4h.org.

Computer classes
The Winter Garden Library offers
free computer classes each month in
English and Spanish. For information,
call 407-656-4582.


Baptist church hears missionaries
Missionaries from the Mission Service Corps of the North American Mission Board recently joined several
women's groups at the First Baptist Church of Winter Garden for a luncheon and discussion session. The
missionaries work with the G.A.P. (God's Appalachian Partnership) organization in McDowell, Ky. G.A.P.
is a needs-based organization dedicated to serving community members by meeting their spiritual, personal
development and physical needs such as food, clothing and housing. The church's Women's Mission
Study/Action Group and Nadia Henry's Sunday Bible study class regularly support G.A.P. with monetary
donations, as well as supply it with food items and school supplies. Above, I-r, are: front, Pauline Dees, Doris
Baker, Jane McCloud, Irnetz Yarborough, Masako Cornell, Johnnie Neal; back, Richard Kannon, Jake and
Willow Mae Wagoner and missionaries Steven, Lynn and Angie Wagoner. For more information on the
women's groups at FBC, call 407-656-2352.


Musicians and 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 musicians
for its three-day event Oct. 5-7.
Last year, the streets were crowded, the music was varied and
great, and vendors brought all sorts of fun and beautiful things.
Children enjoyed the KidzFest area, and the music seminars were
packed with both professionals and emerging professionals. The
local restaurants were still serving way'into the night to meet the
demands of the scores of patrons.
People were dancing in the streets. And many brought folding
chairs or grouped around the fountain to see the musicians, sam-
ple the food and enjoy the party atmosphere. There was a variety
of music, and all age groups were represented on the stage.
Organizers are looking forward to building on this success with
more stages, more music and more fun. To participate, contact Frank
Siano at 407-292-7922 or musicfest2007@aol.com.



Take advantage of Farnsworth, Bouler pools


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 calling
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
Famrnsworth 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 classes for chil-
dren ages 1-6 are $25. Parents must
be in the pool.
Swim Club for 'tweens and
teens A new club for ages 8-15 of-
fers endurance swimming, stroke de-
velopment, competitive starts and
turns and training. Pre-requisite: the
ability to swim the length of the pool.
Saturday competitions will be held
in conjunction with the city of


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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
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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.


Bible school at
First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church of Winter Gar-
den is holding Vacation Bible School
for first- through fifth-graders. The
theme is Game Day Central, and stu-
dents can join a team and learn how to
be true heroes in the game of life.
Bible school is from 6:30-9 p.m. June
3-8.
To register or for more information,
call Children's Pastor Will Blaine at
407-656-2352.

Middle school dance
this Friday at Tanner
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment is hosting a middle school
dance this Friday, May 18, at Tanner
Hall from 7-11 p.m. It is open to all
sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade stu-
dents. There will be a live DJ and
snacks available for purchase.
School dress code and current
school ID are required. Cost is $5. The
dance is limited to the first 250 stu-
dents.
For more information, call 407-656-
4155.


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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
headed to the dusty old town of
Tumbleweed Gulch, where God's
love changes everything. All chil-
dren ages 4 through fifth grade are
invited to this summer's free Va-


cation Bible School, set for June 4-
8.
Participants will meet at the
"barn" beginning at 6:45 each
evening to be deputized and as-
signed to their posse. The music
marshal will kick off each night
with trailside tunes. From there, ad-


venture sites include Cowpoke
Crafts, Gold-rush Games, Mustang
Bible Memory, Buckaroo Bible
Stories and Rattlesnake Snacks.
Faith Family Community Church
is located at 305 Beulah Road, Win-
ter Garden. For more information,
call the church at 407-877-7735.


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Celebrating moms
Golden Pond Communities hosted a Mother's Day Tea on Sunday for residents and their families, includ-
ing L.B. and Doris Chastain (center) and their children and spouses. The day included desserts, punch
and a variety of teas and photos of each family.


Musical lineup
at Attic Door
Attic Door in downtown Winter
Garden is hosting the following musical
acts this month:
May 17, Tom and Lindsey Grimes,
acoustic guitar and vocals; May 18,
Acoustic Tonic, bluegrass/folk/coun-
try 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 in-
strumental jazz; and May 31, Audrey
Johnson, indie/rock/acoustic guitar.

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 Win-
ter Garden. The camp runs weekdays
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 siblings.
Children must be registered 10 days
prior to their first day of attendance.
Registration forms can be picked up
from the church, 125 N. Lakeview
Ave. Call Joellyn McDaniels, direc-
tor of children's ministries, at 321-
202-1499 for a form.

Apply for a
Habitat home
West Orange Habitat For Humani-
ty will be accepting applications at an
orientation meeting Saturday, June 2,
at 9 a.m. The meeting will take place
at William S. Maxey Elementary
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 "Selec-
tion Criteria."

Day of Giving
planned at Maxey
Community Center
The 4th Annual Day of Giving will
be held at the Maxey Community Cen-
ter in Winter Garden on Saturday, June
9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The purpose
is to provide valuable resources to the
community, such as free haircuts,
health information, screenings, cloth-
ing and non-perishable food items.
The center is at 830 Klondike St.,
Winter Garden. The event is open to the
public and is sponsored by the Rev.
Willie and Mary Barnes with the In-
ternational Church of Faith and Or-
ange County.
For more information, call Pedro
Diaz at 407-836-2551.

Register for rec's
summer camp
The city of Winter Garden's sum-
mer day camp program through the
Recreation Department is for Winter
Garden residents ages 5 (must have
completed kindergarten) to 13. Camp
is Monday 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
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment has planned a series of day
trips for its Active 50 and Over pro-
gram. Registration and payment are
due in advance. The cost includes
transportation and the show.
May 19 Camelot at the Carr Per-
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.


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A sea of red hats at tea
The Winter Garden Parks and Recreation Department hosted its first
Red Hat Society and community spring tea and fashion show. The day
was filled with friendship, laughs, fun and, of course, tea, and one of the
highlights was the Red Hat Amazing Fashion Follies. Above, tea host-
ess Iris Peterson introduces her guest, Penny Radovcic.

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.


Classes at Downtown
Herb Shoppe, Day Spa
The Downtown Herb Shoppe &
Day Spa, 33 S. Main St., Winter Gar-
den, is holding a number of classes in
the coming weeks. Each is $10, and
pre- registration is required. Call 407-
656-9119 or go to www.radiantaro-
mas.com.
Advanced Aromatherapy 2 takes
place Thursday, May 17, from 6:30-
7:30 p.m. and is taught by Christine
Allen, owner of RadiantAromas Aro-
matherapy Bar.
Weight Loss for the Summer is'Sat-
urday, May 19, from 10-11 a.m.
Aromatherapy Business Building
is Thursday, May 24, from 6:30-7:30
p.m.


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.

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 down-
town Winter Garden. Tr6 Gravenstein,
minister of young adults at NEXT
Community Church, will lead the
group, and.meetings will include mu-
sic and lively discussion.
For details, call 407-654-9661 or go
to www.nextcommunitychurch. com.

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


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Health Central staffers at the Mall at Millenia's recent First Friday event: (1-r, in front) Senior/Elite Manag-
er Lesley Pinder and Community Relations/Marketing Coordinator Tina Armstrong and (in back) Event Co-
ordinator Terry Peters, Director of Community Relations Alma Van Der Velde and Foundation Administra-
tive Assistant Olga Barrios.

Health Central impacts the community at Mall at Millenia's First Fridays


Health Central partnered with the
Mall at Mellenia's First Friday's
spring series for two evenings recently
where performing artists Bobby
Blackmon and Rico Monaco & Sol
Suns played relaxing music for the
entertainment of an enthusiastic
crowd. The evenings featured cuisine


and beverages from a variety of the
mall restaurants.
Health Central's display attracted
crowds by offering an opportunity to
spin the wheel to win mall gift cer-
tificates and Health Central promo-
tional giveaways. Every guest who
stopped by received a Health Central


Ocoee High student honored by the National Society of I
The National Society of High excellence," said Nobel. "Robert is
School Scholars (NSHSS) has an- now a member of a unique commu-
nounced that Ocoee High School stu- nity of scholars, a community that
dent Robert S. Eisinger of Ocoee has represents our very best hope for the
been selected for membership. The future."
society recognizes the top scholars "Our vision is to build a dynamic
in the nation and invites only those international organization that con-
students who have achieved superi- nects members with meaningful con-
or academic excellence. The an- tent, resources and opportunities,"
nouncement was made by NSHSS said NSHSS President James Lewis.
Founder andQChairman Claes Nobel, "We aim to help students like Robert
a senior member of the Swedish No- build on their academic successes
bel family, and enhance the skills and desires to a
"On behalf of the NSHSS, I am have a positive impact on the glob-
honored to recognize the hard work, al community."
sacrifice and commitment that Robert is an Eagle Scout with Sil-
Robert has demonstrated to achieve ver Palm, the highest distinction in
this exceptional level of academic Scouting. ROE


Children's events set at West Oaks Library


The West Oaks Library, located
at 1821 E. Silver Star Road in
Ocoee, is offering special programs
for children. The programs are free,
*and scheduling is not necessary.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time for
You and Baby is especially for in-
fants birth to 18 months and lasts
approximately 15 minutes. It will
be held each Monday at 10:15 a.m.
The rhythm and repetition of nurs-
ery rhymes are used to introduce
very young children to literature.
Toddler Time, especially for
children aged 18-36 months, will
be held each Monday at 10:45 a.m.
The use of picture books, finger
plays, songs, poetry and Mother
Goose rhymes and flannel board
stories encourage the development
of verbal and listening skills. The


program lasts approximately 20
minutes.
Storybook Fun for Your Little
One: This read-aloud program, held
each Monday at 11:15 a.m., is rec-
ommended for children ages 3-5
years. Children can enjoy folk and
animal tales, flannel and big book
stories, plus rhymes, songs and po-
etry. Groups, families, schools and
childcare providers are welcome to
participate, and scheduling is not
necessary.
The West Oaks Library is open
Monday through Thursdays from
10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and on Fridays
and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to .5
p.m. The library is also open Sun-
days from 1-6 p.m.
For more information, call 407-
521-3330&.


bag filled with information on the lat-
est hospital services and a chance at a
promotional basket.
This free community event was
such a success that Health Central's
staff looks forward to partnering with
the mall again during its fall First Fri-
days series.


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Health Central has
volunteer openings,
Health Central Auxiliary in Ocoee
is in need of volunteer help in many
areas 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 knowledge,
piano-playing and secretarial support)
and surgical waiting (assisting fami-
lies of surgical patients).
Orientation and training are pro-
vided, and flexible hours are available.
For shift hours and details of duties
and responsibilities, call Paulina.
Wolfe, director of volunteer services,
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Chick-fil-A Spirit Night
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A special fund-raising event for
Saving 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 sud-
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young adults, as well as the need for
heart screenings for early detection
and the importance of placing auto-
mated external defibrillators in public
schools.
For more information, visit
www.savingyounghearts.org.

Registration for water
aerobics classes begins
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department will hold four sessions of
water aerobics, with nine classes per
session. The class times are Tuesdays
from 7:30-8:30 p.m. and Saturdays
from 11 a.m. until noon.
The second session will begin June
2, with registration from May 1-31.
The third session starts July 3, with
registration from June 1-30; and the fi-
nal session begins Aug. 4, with regis-
tration from July 1-31.
Class fees are $63 per session or $7
per class, and registration forms are
available at the Jim Beech Recreation
Center, 1820 A.D. Mims Road.
Participants can join a water aero-
bics class at any time as long as space
is available by paying the class fee or
a pro-rated fee for the remainder of
the session prior to the start of class.
Instructor Larry Levin has nine
years of experience as a water aerobics
instructor and holds certifications
through the Arthritis Foundation. He
has trained clients at the RDV Sport-
splex, Bally's Fitness and several YM-
CAs in Central Florida.
For more information, call Lavin at
407-492-9661:

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

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.


By Mary Anne Swickerath

The writing was the easiest part,
said Ocoee resident Michelle Post
about the publication of her first nov-
el, Spirits of Nature. The writing
poured through her almost as if it had
a life of its own. The hardest part was
taking care of the daily things she
needed to take care of, like mowing
the grass and doing the housework,
when all she wanted to do was finish
her novel. Also harder than the writ-
ing of it has been getting it published
and getting it publicized.
Originally from Chicago, Post is
the single mother of five children, four
grown and a 14-year-old daughter still
at home. Her novel first took shape
years ago, before she moved to West
Orange County.
"It sat on the shelf for 17 years,"
she said, "but I finished it in one sum-
mer in Ocoee."
She has always loved to write, and
as a small child she heard stories about
her great-grandmother having Indian
blood. This led to her interest in Na-
tive Americans, a subject she found
intriguing. She particularly became
fascinated by the Crow people, whose
history is the foundation of her novel.
"I really came to appreciate the
Crow culture," she said. "It was where
I felt I belonged. It was like a home to
me. The more I learned about the cul-
ture, the more it ran parallel to my
own beliefs."
She was particularly taken with the
Crow's belief in the importance of
family and the sanctity of the earth,
as well as their history as great warriors.
The heroine of the novel, Darcy
Butler, is a well-known and success-

Tours each weekend
at Ocoee museum
The Withers-Maguire House Mu-
seum, located in the Ocoee Munici-
pal Complex on Bluford Avenue, is
open each Saturday and Sunday from
2-4 p.m. Tours are $3 for adults and $1
for children.
Special group tours with special
rates can be arranged by calling Eliz-
abeth Maguire at 407-656-2051.


ful writer, who, like Post, had spent a
lot of time researching her family's
genealogy. This study led her to the
Crow Indians, and she is invited to
the reservation where she learns that
an elderly man refuses to die until he
has told her an important story.
The story of the novel follows Dar-
cy as she learns a lesson of love and
dedication that changes her life.
Post, who has already written a se-
quel to Spirits of Nature, as well as a
movie script of it, is proud of her book
and proud that half of the profits from
its sale is being put into a scholarship
fund at Little Big Horn Community
College. /
"Close to $1j00 has been raised for
the scholarship fund already," she said.
"It's a wonderful feeling."
Particularly because she wanted to
give back to the Native Americans in
appreciation of what their history and
culture have given her.
Post, who works as a bartender and
banquet server, is also happy that her
children have all read the novel and
"really liked it."
"They are real supporters of the
cause," she said.
She plans to continue to write and
to continue her search for her fami-
ly's connection to the Lakota Sioux
in order to document the stories she
heard as a young child.

Spirits of Nature is available at the
Spiral Circle bookstore on Thornton
Avenue near downtown Orlando for
$19.95 or from the Web site
www.thespiritsofnature.net. It will
soon be available on amazon.com and
the Barnes and Noble and Target Web
sites.

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


Michelle Post's novel, 'Spirits of Nature,' will soon be available on ama-
zon.com.

Ocoee author Michelle Post publishes 1st novel







Thursday, May 17, 2007 The West Orange Times 11A


St. Pauls welcomes Walt Cobb
Dr. Bryan Stamper (left), pastor of St. Pauls Presbyterian Church in
Ocoee welcomes Walt Cobb to the church staff as the minister of out-
reach. In this position, Walt will work with the community to introduce
those without a church home to St. Pauls. The St. Pauls staff describes
the church as one that creates a comfortable and relaxed environment
for those individuals who have previously felt uncomfortable attending
church. Two worship services are available weekly in addition to nu-
merous community groups scheduled throughout the week. Worship ser-
vices are contemporary, while community groups provide opportuni-
ties for growth and fellowship among members and guests. For more
information on St. Pauls, call Walt at 407-293-3696.

Ocoee to hold public hearing on redistricting plans


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 this Thursday, May
17, at 6 p.m. and.will be televised on
the city's cable station, Channel 21.
After reviewing population, growth
trends, demographics and other data,
the Redistricting Commission will
present three different .options de-
signed to balance the population in


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

Join the Ocoee
Historical Commission
Interested members of the communi-
ty are invited to attend the meetings of
the Ocoee Historical Commission on the
second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
at the Ocoee Woman's Club on Lake-
wood Avenue.

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


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


Square dance lessons
offered Thursdays
Square dancing with the Garden
Patch Squares is offered each Thurs-
day at the Vignetti Recreation Center
from 6-9 p.m. The center is located at
1910 Adair St. in Ocoee.
For more information, call Barbara
McBride at 407-889-8558 or 407-256-
7354.


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


Retirement celebration planned for Dr. Wait Fowler
Pastor Jason Cooper, the church el- This special day will begin at 9:30
ders and members of the Oak Level a.m. with music by the Victory Gospel
Baptist Church in Ocoee invite the com- Singers. There will be a time for com-
munity to a special event this Sunday, ments by those who would like to share,
May 20, to honor Pastor Walt Fowler and lunch will be served following the
for his faithful service to' the church for service. Participants are asked to bring
37 years. their favorite covered dish.


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to perform
The Victory Gospel Singers will
visit three local churches this month.
Pastor Charles "Buddy" Stephens and
New Hope Love of God Church, lo-
cated at 643 Coke Ave. in Winter Gar-
den, will host the singers this Friday,
May 18, at 7 p.m. Pastor Jason Coop-
er and Oak Level Baptist Church, lo-
cated at 10564 Second Ave. in Ocoee,
will host the Victory Gospel Singers
on Sunday, May 20, beginning at 9:30
a.m. as Oak Level and the communi-
ty honor Dr. Walter M. Fowler for his
37 years of effective leadership.
Pastor Tony Gilliam and Park Av-
enue Worship Center, located at 1f17
N. Park Ave. in Apopka, will host the
singers on Sunday, May 20, at 6 p.m.

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

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.


Last teen dance set
for Friday
The Ocoee Parks and Recreation
Department will host its final teen
dance of the school year this Friday,
May 18, from 7-10 p.m. Snacks and
pizza will be available for sale. Stu-
dents are asked to have their Ocoee
Middle School IDs ready at the door.
Middle-school-aged residents of
Ocoee are also invited but must bring
an Ocoee water bill for proof of resi-
dency.
As always, the dress code will be
strictly enforced.
The teen dances will resume in the
fall. For more information, call Carolyn
Bloom at 407-905-3182.


Evening line dancing
at Community Center
Lindy Bowers of Ocoee is
teaching Tuesday night line
dancing classes from 6:30-8:30
in the Ocoee Community Cen-
ter, 125 Lakeshore Drive. Her
dancers, known as lindy's lines,
include beginners (who prac-
tice at 6:30) and advanced be-
ginners (who practice at ap-
proximately 7:30).
Dancers are also invited to
come for the whole time for ex-
ercise and fun. The cost is $3
per evening. For more infor-
mation, call 407-721-5106 or
e-mail KickNBoot@ cfl.rr.com.


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At the Ocoee Rotary scholarship presentation: (1-r) Ocoee High Principal Mike Armbruster, scholarship win-
ner Tina Martin, OHS Counselor Lisa Bliss, scholarship winner Lynda Charles, OHS Counselor Chris
Stenger, scholarship winner Nathalie Janvier, OHS Counselor Catherine Curry and Ocoee Rotarian Pam
Bozkurt.


Ocoee Rotary Club awards 3 scholarships


The Rotary Club of Ocoee recent-
ly presented three $500 scholarships
to deserving Ocoee High School se-
niors. The recipients of the first-ever
scholarships from this club are Lynda
Charles, Tina Martin and Nathalie Jan-
vier. Lynda will be attending the Uni-
versity of Central Florida, and

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.

Summerville seeks
volunteers
Sunmmnerville at Ocoee, an assisted-
living and memory-care residence, is
seeking volunteers to assist with
events, outings, bingo, crafts, games
and other activities, as well as provide
musical entertainment.
For more information, call Betty
Phillips and Joy Pensala at 407-299-
2710.

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


Nathalie and Tina are both heading to
Valencia Community College.
After completing an application
form, getting letters of recommenda-
tion and sitting through a formal in-
terview with the club's scholarship
committee, the OHS seniors received
their scholarships at their high school


May 8.
The members of the interview com-
mittee, Johan Berg, Mike Schroll and
Pam Bozkurt, were impressed by the
students during the interviews, as well
as by their achievements at Ocoee
High and their future educational
plans.


Hurricane Preparedness Health Fair set at Summerville


Summerville at Ocoee, a senior-
residential and assisted-living facil-
ity at 80 N. Clarke Road, will host a
Hurricane Preparedness Health Fair
on Friday, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. The event will feature brochures
on disaster kits and hurricane pre-
paredness, free stress evaluations and
chair massages, free skin cancer
screenings, free diabetic/blood sug-


ar testing, free memory testing, tips
on living a healthy and active life,
free EKGs and blood pressure
checks, free bone density scans, a
blood drive and free evaluations of
medications.
There will also be refreshments,
door prizes and give-aways.
This health fair is free and open to
the public.


West Orange Seniors plan trip on Winter Park lakes
The West Orange Seniors' next lun- Golden Corral.
cheon meeting will be held this Thurs- The Seniors offer prayers for the ill
day, May 17, in the Ocoee Community or recovering members, Joe Lavor,
Center at 12:30 p.m. Frances Watts, Peter Pinto and Jack-
The May bus trip will be a cruise ie Rapport, and they wish bon voy-
of the Winter Park lakes via pontoon age to Helen Esposito and Carol Mor-
boat this Saturday, May 19. The bus ris, who are taking an Alaskan cruise.
will leave the Community Center at For more information, call Helen
9:30 a.m. for the 11 a.m. cruise, which Esposito at 407-948-2395 or Mary
will last an hour. Lunch is planned at Black at 407-656-4813.


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Pictured with the automated external defibrillation equipment are (1-r)
Rotary Club President Julia Strimple and guests Andy Lopez and Martha
Lopez-Anderson, who spoke to the club May 1 about a non-profit or-


Olympia graduate
becomes chief justice
of Univ. of Miami
Supreme Court
Francis Carbone, a 2006 graduate of
Olympia High School, has been ap-
pointed chief justice of the University of
Miami Student Government Supreme
Court. He will take office when current
Chief Justice Kelly Calisto, who is study-
ing abroad in the fall, resigns at the end
of the spring term.
Carbone graduated summa cum laude
from OHS and played the sousaphone in'
the OHS Marching Band and tuba in the
Wind Ensemble.
He has been associate justice of the
University of Miami Supreme Court
since his freshman fall classes in 2006
and has written several court opinions.
Carbone is studying psychology and his
goal is to attend law school.
He is the son of Richard and Nora Car-
bone of Windermere. Richard is the past
president of the Rotary Club of Winder-
mere and a financial advisor with
MetLife, and Nora is the director of Re-
ligious Education at Holy Family Church.


ganization, Saving Young Hearts.

Rotarians learn about
Ocoee resident Martha Lopez-An-
derson, president of Saving Young
Hearts (SYH), was a guest speaker at
the Rotary Club of Windermere May
1. She talked to club members about
a subject near and dear to both her and
her husband, Andy. SYH was estab-
lished in memory of Sean Alexander
Anderson, their son. The organization
is an affiliate of Parent Heart Watch,
a national network of parents who
have lost a child to sudden cardiac ar-
rest or have a child who is a known
risk.
Lopez-Anderson stressed the need
for public awareness, early detection,
heart screenings and the need to have
automated external defibrillators
(AEDs) available in all public facili-
ties and other places where youths
regularly gather.
She explained many SCA victims
have no prior heart disease and when
an attack occurs every minute counts.
Every minute a victim goes without


Saving Young Hearts
defibrillation, the chances of survival
decrease by 10 percent. Andy Ander-
son gave a demonstration on how an
AED would be used on a patient ex-
periencing SCA.
With the cooperation of Health Cen-
tral Foundation, the Rotary Club re-
cently donated an AED to the town
of Windermere. It is located in Win-
dermere Town Hall and available for
town events, as well as Rotary meet-
ings. Twelve Rotarians, as well as sev-
eral members of the police depart-
ment, have been trained to use the
AED.
Saving Young Hearts Inc. is a non-
profit 5011(c)3 corporation, located at
2438 Alclobe Circle, Ocoee, FL
34761. The e-mail address is
info@savingyounghearts.org, and the
phone number is 407-399-1039.
The Rotary Club of Windermere
meets Tuesday mornings at Town
Hall. For more information, call Co-
ert Voorhees at 407-876-6897.


WUC presents concert with dessert May 20


The Music Department of Winder-
mere Union Church, United Church of
Christ will continue its new concert se-
ries called Sound Sweets with a pro-
gram this Sunday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m.
The "Absolutely A Capella" concert
May 20 will feature the gospel choir,
Rejoice; Voices of Liberty from Ep-
cot; the Humdingers barbershop quar-
tet; 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 restai-

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


rant at the intersection of Conroy-Win-
dermere and Kirkman roads well
known for the fancy desserts it pre-
pares for retail and wholesale markets.
Beverages will be complimentary.
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 information, call 407-876-
2112.

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


Happy birthday, Barby
Good friends and tennis teammates Cathy Tegeler of Windermere, Rochelle Tomooka of Windermere, I
Barby Molnar of Westminster and Susie Rahimitabar of Orange Bay celebrated Molnar's birthday at the Ep-
cot Flower and Garden Festival at Walt Disney World. They ended the day at the San Angel Inn restaurant -.
at the Mexico pavilion with the wait staff singing 'Feliz Cumpleafios.' Molnar is pictured withTegeler (right)
while the wait staff is serenading her and friends sing along.


CHRISTOPHER KASPER


Kasper earns law degree
from Florida A&M
Christopher Kasper, the son of Bill
and Pat Kasper of The Lakes of Win-
dermere, graduated from Florida A&M
University School of Law on May 5.
He also graduated from West Or-
ange High School, where he was an
AP and honors student. He was re-
cruited by Brigham Young Universi-
ty in Provo, Utah, to play football and
graduated with a bachelor's degree in
political science.

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. Pro-
gram hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and
the fee is $125 per week. Children ages
2-and-a-half, 3 and 4 are invited to reg-
ister. To register, call 407-909-0464.
The preschool is located at 10710 Park
Ridge-Gotha Road, Windermere.


1st Baptist continues
class on love
First Baptist Church Windermere
has a new class Wednesdays at 6:30
p.m. that will continue through May 23.
It is designed to teach participants the
five primary love languages and how
to use them to express love with fam-
ily 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 more information and to regis-
ter, call 407-876-2234 or go to the
church Web site at www.fbcwinder-
mere.com.


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Patterson's history of Windermere available at Suzi Karr Realty


The recently released Windermere
history book, Windermere Among the
Lakes, The Story of a Small Town, by
the late Carl Patterson Jr. is now avail-
able at the Suzi Karr Realty office,
527 Main Street, Windermere.
One copy of the book is available
free to each Windermere household.
Books are being distributed during


regular business hours with proof of
residency within the Windermere
town limits.
For other individuals and residents '
who would like extra copies, the book
is available for purchase for $29.
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Rotarians honor essay contest winner
The Dr. Phillips Rotary Club invited Portia Cooks, the elementary school winner of its annual essay con-
test, to attend its weekly meeting at the Bay Hill Country Club. She attends Tangelo Park Elementary. Her
parents and school principal were also invited. The criteria for the award was to write an essay that reflects
the 4-Way Test. Cooks read her essay, and Sally Kamrada, incoming Rotary president, presented her with
a $100 savings bond and a certificate. All students who participated received a 4-Way Test ribbon.


Art Room holds student show
Many young artists displayed their body of artwork at a recent show put on by
The Art Room. Art student Ryan Montague proudly stands by his work. His
sister, Nicole, was also a featured artist in the show. Both children are home
schooled by their mother, Betsy Montague, and attend The Art Room as part
of their curriculum. The Art Room is located in the Albertson's plaza at Con-
roy-Windermere and Apopka-Vineland Road. For more information, go to
www.artroomorlando.com.


Learn public-speaking
skills at Toastmasters
weekly meetings
Do you have a fear of speaking in
front of an audience? Adults can eas-
ily learn public speaking and leader-
ship skills by attending Vista Toast-
masters Club 7250. The group meets
weekly in the community room at the
Southwest Library, 7255 Della Drive,
off Dr. Phillips Boulevard. Meetings
take place each Thursday from 6:45-
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New members are welcome, and
there is no charge. For more infor-
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The purpose of the club is to help
members become better speakers and
leaders while enjoying the process.
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Eco Saturdays to
focus on native plants
Area residents are invited to come to
the Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve Satur-
day, May 19, for the next Eco Saturdays
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 participants.
It includes a hike, and those interested
should bring a sack lunch.
The program on May 26 is about lake-
front restoration. Jim Thomas of Bio-
sphere 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 participants.
The preserve is located at 8777 Coun-
ty Road 535, Orlando. For more infor-
mation or for reservations, call 407-876-
6696. All programs are free, and par-
ticipants are encouraged to bring drink-
ing water for hikes.


Breast Cancer
Support Group
meets at St. Luke's
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 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,
407-876-4991, Ext. 262.

Holy Family plans
to form depression
support group
Holy Family Catholic Church is of-
fering a depression support group. If
you are in the midst of depression,
live with someone who is depressed or
has experienced depression and wish
to help others, consider joining this
group.
A definite date and time for the
meetings has not been set and will de-
pend on the responses received.
The group will meet at the church,
5125 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando. For more information and to
join, call 407-876-5320.

Registration open for
community day camp at
Salem Lutheran
Salem Lutheran Church, 7900
Apopka-Vineland Road at the corner
of Sand Lake Road, will host its annual
Community Day Camp July 9-13. The
theme for this year's program is Lis-
ten! God is Calling. Registration start-
ed May 6 and is ongoing.
The program offers classes for chil-
dren in pre-kindergarten through mid-
dle school. The pre-kindergarten
group and middle school groups are
limited to 10 campers each. Enroll-
ment is capped at 70 children for the
kindergarten-through-fifth-grade class-
es.
Sign-up forms are available at the
church in a box hanging on a post in
front of the covered walkway nearest
the mailbox. Registration requires a
completed health form.
The congregation offers this free
day camp as a joint ministry with
Lutheran Outdoor Ministries of Flori-
da. Community residents are invited
to participate.
For more information, call the
church office at 407-876-4000.


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Oakland


Oakland to host 1st African-American Arts Festival


By Orine S. Boyd


On June 16 the town of Oakland will
host its first African-American Arts
Festival in an effort to acknowledge
and celebrate its diverse citizenry.
That weekend many Juneteenth cel-
ebrations will be held throughout the
country because, historically, June-
teenth was the day the announcement
reached the state of Texas that the
slaves had been freed one year and
six months after the Emancipation
Proclamationhad been signed. It has
become a signature date for many
African-Americans.
The town of Oakland, incorporated
in 1887, is a friendly, unpretentious
semi-rural community of about 2,300
residents, located 17 miles west of
downtown Orlando.
The Oakland residents often equate
the town to a "sophisticated Mayber-
ry," nestled between the oaks, a place
where residents are wired and well-
educated, and "good 'ol boy" politics"
are a distant memory.
The mayor, police officers and post-
master know most residents by name,
residents wave as they drive past each
other on the clay roads and the water
clerk calls everyone "sweetie."
When visiting Oakland, you in-
stinctively slow down because the
town's character is reflective of a slow-
er pace of life. You can still hear the
crickets at night, and the birds sing in
the daytime. Although you won't see
Opie and Sheriff Andy going down to
the creek with their fishing poles, you
will be inclined to drive through the
community of beautiful homes and re-
flect on a simpler time. The roads -
some paved and others clay are a mi-
crocosm of the urban-vs.-country at-
mosphere of this beautiful communi-
ty.
In some cases, we prefer the clay
roads to paved ones because paved
roads encourage motorists to speed,"
said Nicey Nedd, long-term resident
of Oakland. "We are concerned for the
safety of our children who may be skat-
ing or playing stickball or our chick-
ens that may have escaped their
coops."
Oakland residents represent a cross
section of America and include de-
scendants of original pioneer families
and freed slaves who settled in the area.
The residents generally commute to
Orlando and other Central Florida
cities, with a few residents who own in-
dependent arts and home-owned busi-
nesses.
The town's vision is to maintain and
enhance the unique character of Oak-
lanid and shun the "grow for growth's
sake" philosophy that has invaded
many Florida communities.
Oakland's local government is in-
dicative.of its diverse cultural envi-
ronment. During the 1970s, they elect-
ed their first African-American may-
or, Curtis Massey, and in the 1980s,
their first African-American female
mayor, Francine Postell. The current
mayor, Kathy Stark, is female, and two

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


of the five commissioners are black.
One is Willie Welch, who has served
on the Oakland Town Commission for
20 years.
The other black commissioner is
Joseph Patrick "Hap" McMullen. He
brought the idea of the Triple A Fes-
tival to the town leaders, who em-
braced the idea immediately.
"We want to bring the best of
African-American talent together to
celebrate the cultural heritage of our
people," said McMullen. "Our chil-
dren need us to provide them with pos-
itive images that are reflective of the
best that we are in the arts, science,
politics ahd literature, as well as sports.
We are asking that the brightest of our
local communities send us samples of
their work, so they can participate in
what we hope will be the first of many
years of Triple A festivals to come."
Community youth from third to 12th
grade have been asked to. submit a
maximum 250-word essay naming one
thing they would change in their com-
munity and why. The winning essay
in each of three categories will be read
at the festival.
The festival is looking for artists,
musicians, dramatists, singers, dancers,
bands and food vendors from the local
community to participate in this fam-
ily-oriented event. The festival, which
is free to the public, will feature the
artistry of African-American artists,
dramatists, musicians and food ven-
dors from Florida.
There is no fee for artists who par-
ticipate in the festival; however, artists
must submit their resume and samples
of their work in order to qualify for
acceptance.
Anyone interested in participating
as an artist or vendor should call 407-
518-0443 for more information or send
resumes to Cando Event Planning, 20
S. Rose Ave., Suite 3A, Kissimmee,
FL 34741, by May 27.
The intent of the festival is to show-
case original work. Printed artwork
will be allowed only if artists are ex-
hibiting their own works of art. Com-
mercial art, clothing and sale of mu-
sic other than that produced by the
artists at the festival will be prohibit-
ed.
Vendors can complete applications
online at www.oaktownusa.com/, but
no location will be reserved until pay-
ment is received. Sponsorship oppor-
tunities are available. Visit the site giv-
en above for more information.
The town of Oakland is inviting all
of Central Florida to come and enjoy
a day of food, fun and culture qt the
festival,


West Orange Baptist Church is expanding its campus.

Christian Life Center planned at W.O. Baptist


After putting plans on hold a few
years ago, the members of West Oir-
ange Baptist Church voted unani-
mously at its April 25 business meet-
ing to begin the early stages of a Chris-
tian Life Center on its 5.5-acre site.
A presentation was brought before
the church members explaining the
needs of building the new center to
help reach out more to the communi-
ty. The plans for the new center will
include a large 70-foot by 100-foot
multipurpose room, which will be
used for a number of ministries.
Since bringing on Pastor Larry L.
Jinks as the senior pastor 10 months


Community meeting
planned for Thurs.
The town of Oakland and the Oak-
land Police Department are inviting
neighbors to the annual community
meeting this Thursday, May 17, at 7
p.m. at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, 420
Hull Ave.
Members of the Town Commission,
town government and OPD will attend
and update residents on local projects
and functions.


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ago, the congregation has doubled in
size, creating the need to expand to a
temporary sanctuary inside this new
center until a new, larger sanctuary is
built in the coming years.
The multipurpose room will also be
used for fellowship dinners, plays and
productions and youth activities, in-
cluding a full-size basketball court.
The center will house a commer-
cial-size kitchen, new pastoral office
spaces, storage, larger restrooms and
a number of new classrooms, allow-
ing for growth in the Sunday school de-
partment, which is near capacity in
the current building.


At the April 25 meeting, the con-
gregation also appro% ed the retention
of ser% ices of an architect and ci- il
engineer to begin the design phase of
the project.
The church is at 200 Tubb St.. Oak-
land


Weekend of events at
W.O. Baptist Church
West Orange Baptist Church has a
busy weekend of events planned for
this weekend. The church is at 200
Tubb St., Oakland.
On Friday, May 18, a \omenr's
dinner will take place at Steak 'N
Ale, 7320 W. Colonial Drive, Or-
lando, from 6-8 p.m. Rebecca
Mitchell % ill speak on the Book of
Ruth. and Carlene Pruit w ill sing.
Tickets are $15. and guests have the
choice of prime rib or Hawaiian
chicken For tickets., call the church
office at 407-656-9749. All women
in the conimunitN are invited to at-
tend
On Saturday May 19. at 5 p.r .
the Senior Nlinistry vill hold a blr-
becue in the Fellowship Hall. Ad-
mission is one non-perishable food
item for the church's food pantry'
Attendees are asked to wear red.
% hute and blue. Call the church for de-
tails.
On Sunday, Ma 20. a luncheon
after church w ill honor the gradu'ti-
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Planning & Zoning Board, third Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.
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WO Committee of f101 hosts social
The West Orange Committee of One Hundred and One (C101) held its
first private social of the year at Bella Collina. Todd South and Valerie
Tucker of Stonebridge Homes hosted the event at Castlelina, a 7500-
square-foot home built on Lake Apopka. Pictured at the social are (I-
r) Krista Compton, executive director of C101; host Todd South; and Pam
Gould, president of C101.


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

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 classmates
will be admitted. Register at
www.wohs82.com. Send registration
form and fee to P.O. Box, 89484, Tam-
pa 33689-0408. Make checks payable
to West Orange Reunion.
Friday: welcome reception. Satur-
day: celebration including dinner,
dancing and a presentation. Hotel
guests can meet poolside Saturday and
Sunday during the day.
For room accommodations at $99
nightly, call 407-996-9700.
For information, e-mail Julie
Sawyer Dern at BowCurtsey@
aol.com.


West Orange High
Class of 1987 to
include other classes
The West Orange .School Class of
1987 20-year reunion is June 29-30
and July 1 and is for anyone in class-
es 1985-89.
Friday: mix-n-mingle at Moon
Cricket Caf6, Winter Garden. Saturday:
"the reunion" at Gaylord Palms Re-
sort, Kissimmee. Sunday: catered fam-
ily picnic at OUC Park/Camp Down,
Windermere.
Prices are $125 for all three events;
$80 for Saturday only; and $25 for
Sunday only. Fees can be sent to West
Orange Class Reunion, P.O. Box 979,
Oakland 34760.
The deadline for tickets is May 10.
Contact westorangeclassof87@ya-
hoo.com or Allison Butler Painter at
407-656-3137 or ALPainter68@ya-
hoo.com.

West Orange High
Class of 1997
The West Orange High School
Class of 1997 is holding its 10-year
reunion Aug. 3-5. Friday: meet-and-
greet at Hard Rock Caf6 at Universal
CityWalk. Saturday: banquet at Dou-
.bletree Hotel at Universal Sunday:
family day at Turkey Lake Park.
Classmates can request an invita-
tion by e-mailing wohs97@hot-
mail.com and can visit the MySpace
page (display name: wohs class 97).


MR. AND MRS. GAYNOR

Gaynor-Branom wedding vows spoken


Elisha Mane Branom. fornieril of
Winter Garden. and Jan Michael
Gaynor of Cohoes. N.Y., were united
in marriage April 14 at the Holiday Inn.
Universal in Orlando
Danny PearcN. Nouth nunster of Frst
United Methodist Church of Winter
Garden, officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Linda
Przeclow ski of Orlando and the late
Ronald Branomn of Winter Garden. Her
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Terril
Branom of Winter Garden and Helen
Kauffmann of Lebanon. Ga.. and the
late Ray Kauffmann
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ned Gaynor of Cohoes, N.Y. His grand-
parents are Mary Gaynor and the late
John Gaynor and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Campbell, all of New York.
The bride was escorted to the altar
by her grandfather and her uncle,
Stephen Branom of Winter Garden.
She carried a bouquet of rust-colored
calla lilies and off- hite roses w ith an
accent of green hydrangea and peach
carnations %with the stems wrapped in
u hue nbbon.
The bride %wore a diamond-%white.
satin strapless gown The bodice was
laced dow n the back %% ith a %w ide satin'
nbbon ending w ith a large bow. The
front of the bodice and right side of the


dress \\ as embroidered and embellished
w ith silver and crystal beads. The front
of the gow\n skirt was pleated on the
right and draped across the left side.
The A-line skin w ent on to form its ow n
train in the back. She also wore a fin-
gertip \eil with sequined tim and a tiara
of Australian crystals.
Monica Branom. cousin of the bride.
was the maid of honor, and Jamie Wig-
gins was the bridesmaid. Brirtney Larkin
and Miranda Gaynor, nieces of the
groom \\ ere flow er girls The\ are both
from New York.
Jason Riddle of New York %was the
best man. Christopher Branom, cousin
of the bride, was a groomsman, and
Christopher Novac Jr. of New York,
nephew of the groom, was a junior
groomsman.
Nicholas Przeclowski of Orlando,
brother of the bride, was the ringbear-
er, and Jesse Branom of Hollister, Mo.,
also brother of the bride, served as ush-
er.
The recepuon was held at the Holiday
Inn. Universal in Orlando.
Out-of-towsn guests were from New
York. Texas. Missouri, Georgia and
northern Flonda.
After a short isit in the Winter Gar-
den area. the couple is now living in
Stillwater, N Y.


Also attending the event are (1-r) Mary Lyn VanDyke; Nick Shannin,
president of West Orange Habitat For Humanity; and Pam Gould, pres-
ident of C101. For more than 14 years, the committee has supported
projects important to west Orange County and Central Florida. During
the party, the C101 Board of Directors presented West Orange Habi-
tat For Humanity with a $1,500 donation in memory of the late Jerry
VanDyke, a treasured former C101 board member.

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Four public high schools. Eight private high schools.
Close to 3,000 graduates.
One of the graduating classes has four students. Two have
more than 750 graduates.
Mortarboards. Gowns.. Tassels. Diplomas. This week marks
the excitement. of graduations in West Orange County.
Some are held in huge auditoriums and -mnasiums and
arenas, while'others are in Church sa Auaries. But no
matter the'location, the. reason for. ga~.t ring-is the. same;
to celebrate these graduates' transition ifrom high school,
student to young adult.
Whether the 'graduates continue their education with
college courses or begin their careers immediately, The
West Orange TiMes congratulates them on this achievement.


Where' s your school?
Calvary Christian School.
Central Florida christian Academy
The Crenshaw School
Dr. Phillips High School.
The First Academy
Foundation Academy
Montverde Academy
Ocoee High School
Olympia High School
Victory Christian Academy
West Orange High School
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Valedictorian
LeAnne Hill

Salutatorian
John Knotts

Senior class officers
Berenice Briones
John Knotts


Homecoming royalty
King Cole Bishop
Queen Berenice Briones

Graduation info
Friday, May 25, 7 p.m.
at Calvary Baptist Church,
631 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden


Cole Bishop
Berenice Briones
Khazie Davis
LeAnne Hill
Nathanael Jackson
Zach Keen
John Knotts
David Luck
Joseph Torres


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SPresident Mallory Wells Homecoming royalty
Vice president Michelle Fuertsch King Warren Gibbs
Secretary -Porscha Valentine Queen Magen Beliveau
Treasurer Steven "Drew" Bedurah
Chaplain Alex Morehead Graduation info
Friday, May 18,7 p.m.
Student CoUncil at Central Florida Christian Academy's
senior representatives Grace Building, 700 Good Homes Road, Orlando
Warren Gibbs
Taylor Rapp

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SDaniel Baker Charles Martin
David Baker Alexander Morehead
Steven Bedurah Ryan Mosley
Magen Beliveau Khiem Nguyen
Andrew Burris Kristi Noah
Kristopher Clark Natasha Phicil
'Jessica Crandall Taylor Rapp
Sandra Edouard
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"R Michelle Fuertsch
Daniel Garner Travis Tewson
Warren Gibbs Deborah Updike
Frank Guerrin Porscha Valentine
Eric Iglesias Amanda Watson
Christopher Koch Mallory Wells
Kristin Luker Joy Williams
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Amber,
Graduation is a time
For feeling very proud,
For thinking lots of lovely thoughts
And saying them out loud.
It's a time for feeling love
About to overflow,
And just before it leaps its banks,
To let the loved one know.
And so we are very proud of you
For being who you are,
For making something of yourself,
For making it this far.
We are proud because we are a part
Of everything you do.
This time's the time to say how much
Love we have for you.
Congratulations on getting
accepted into FAU!
Love,
Dad & Mom


Lindsey Patterson
Every yesterday is a memory of dreams.
Every tomorrow is a vision of hopes.
We wish you every happiness and success at
The University of Central Florida.
Love,
Mom, Larry & Amy


Catherine Butler
Congratulations, Catie. We are so proud of you
and will never stop believing in you. Never
stop believing and investing in yourself.
All our love, Mom, Dad and Patrick






Kristin Claire
Tsukamoto


Kristin,

We are so very proud
of all that you have
accomplished and of
all of your future plans.
You are a wonderful daughter
and a dear friend.
Good luck at UCF
and in all you do.

Love,
Mom, Dad and Miranda


Dear Seniors.

Congratulations on completing your secondary edu-
cation! You have worked hard to reach this accom-
plished task. You have grown academically, spiritual-
ly, emotionally and physically as our Lord and Savior.
Jesus Christ. gave us an example in Luke 2:52. Re-
mnember your spiritual herita ge and the knowledge that
you have gained. 2 Timothl' 3:14-15 states. "But con-
tinue thou in the things winch thou hast learned and
hast been assured of knowing of whom thou hast learned
them: and that from a child thou hast known the holy
scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto sal-
vation through faith which is in Christ Jesus." .As Paul
admonished Timo/thy, we. too, want to admonish you
to remain faithdul to the things whicli you have learned.
You were first taught salvation through Jesus Christ.
As Ephesians 2:8-9 states, this salvation is by grace
"through faith, and that not of yourselves: it is the gift
of God: not of works. lest any man should boast. Then,
as you matured, you grew in t/he knowledge of Christ.
Along with this spiritual knowledge, you also have
gained a vast amount of academic knowledge. You have
been prepared to pursue God's will for your life., whether
it be in college or a career. Whatever path the Lord
leads you down, remain fiithlfid to him.
\I'c are proud of you at Calvary Christian School,
and we look forward to how the Lord will lead and
guide you in the future. We appreciate your student
leadership this year. Your graduation is a time of rejoicing
in what Christ has done and is going to do in 'our life.
Con gratulatiolns!

David Hill
Administrator, Calvary Christian School

Pastor T.J. Klapperich
President, Calvary Christian School


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Graduation info
Saturday, May 12, 11 a.m. at
Windermere Community Church


Jeffrey Baker, Brendan Barrack, Colleen Brady, Tuyen Bui, Russell Cox, Alaina Edmondson, Natha-
da Huachai, Justin Jordan, Chris Kamrada, Daniel Marulanda, Lauren Parmee, Joshua Parrish, Em-
manuel Rodriguez, David Shuster, Bentley Smith, Emma Snowdale, Stephen South, Alexandra Suarez,
Jessica Wilkes, Sam Zell-Breier

Dear 2007 graduates.
Congratulations! Thank 'ou tbfor all of the wonderful memories ii'e have
shared over your years at Crenshaw. I have great confidence that oYou will be
ready to meet (lie s challenges as 'you move out into the world. My wishl for you
is that you will fulfill all otf your dreams and aspirations for your future. Good
luck. and mav God bless each one of Aon. .
Love,
Tamie L. Shuster '
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Valedictorians
Catherine Lynch, Carlos Olivares, Raj Patel,
Jarrad Roeder, Ladekeysha Thomas

Salutatorian
Galina Losch


Senior class officers
President Cameron "Scooter"
Vice president Taylor Larson
Secretary Chase Sampson
Treasurer David Millay


Magruder


Student Council officers
President Andrew Cooper
Vice president Jackie Nugent
Secretary Taylor Larson
Treasurer Keyondra Johnson

Homecoming royalty
King Chris Warren
Queen Jessica Chavers

Prom royalty
King Blair Brown
Queen Yasmina Lyazidi

Graduation info
Saturday, May 19, 2 p.m. at Amway Arena


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CATALINA ADARVE
KATHERINE ADHAM
ANDREINA ADRIAZOLA
PATRICIA AGUERREVERE
ASHA AHMED
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REILLY ANDERSON
ANDREA ANDRADE
CHARLES ANDREWS
CECILIA ARCE
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ANTHONY AUGERI
PHILIP AUGERI
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Dear Seniors.

Over the past four years you have experienced the excitement, the
highs andt lows and the way of life associated wiith being a Dr.
Phillips Panther. The Class of 2007 has truly redefined excellence
in regards to school competitiveness. From academic prowess to
domination in sports, your senior class leaves an everlasting lega-
cy, enriching the vibrant culnture of Dr. Phillips High School for years
to collie.
Leaving Dr. Phillips, each of you will embark on a conrinuingjour-
ney rlirough lifie. Although none of you truly knows what the future
will hold, you can be certain of your roots and the long-lasting
tradition that You helped build here at DP.
Of these things we can be certain: Among the inembers of this se-
nior class, fittre leaders will undoubtedly emerge to make their con-
tributions both locally and globally. Rather than accept the given
world. \lour senior class will change it for the better.
As y'ou progress through lif., you must not forget ithe friends that
you made here at Dr. Phillips. 'li/en you encounter new obstacles,
those friends can provide the help you need to persevere and suc-
ceed.
Leaving Dr. Phillips, you will have the opportunity to put into ef-
fect everything you have learned over the past four years. You now
have ithe responsibility to better our society for generations to come.
This is vour chance to go forward to make a difference in the world.
You are the fixture!

Gene Trochinski, principal
A lisa Dorsert, intern principal
Andrew Cooper, Student Council president
Cameron Magruder, senior class president








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Chaplain Monica Ware
SGA vice president liaison -
Olivia Willats
SGA fine arts liaison Sara Crissman

Homecoming royalty
King Andrew Uth
Queen Tamara Klein

Prom royalty
Mr. TFA Brett Richardson
Miss TFA Krystal Thomas

Graduation info
Friday, May 18, at 7 p.m. at
First Baptist Church of Orlando,
3000 S. John Young, Orlando


To thle gradualnmg Seniors

"iThe rung ol a ladder -tIas never miealt to
iest upon. built aoni to hold a man 's loot long
tinongI to enable himn to pat the oilither some-
I hliar lu.eher "' (Tihoas Huti.vi l
You lhaive spent thle past Itoi yVears preparing
10to 1o ea little /ugher uip the ladder //lled hIe
l'e celebrate tnith Yvou as voi step liom your
high school e\perience onto the ne\w rntg A/
pral e is that eac lt ol on lhas grown acadenm-
Icall anid spiritually. that you have d covered
i'itir latlcIt anid gi(is, and 1/that ou have been
given a hitunger anid a thr-st to continue to learn
arid to sihar/e tWith those 11ho oss I owr paIth .4s
on cl leave The First .- ademn. I 11ould chal-
lenge \vou to lean onl Clhisi lor s1trenglth and di-
reI tin-Oi The tt t/o i 1 will i to it eaketi .I'otit/siep
andih shake viou" flith. .4/tAlivs re.eIber.: "But
those witho Itait on the Lord will ind new
snrcngth They will ilu high on wings like ea-
gles. Thie \i ill /lll r an/d 1iot grvw eti ieariy. Thev
t /il/ talk and not lain. (saiahi -0 31)
I challenge you to keep cli/nbing.


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Your future is unlimited;
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Ahead is a world of
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Reach beyond your dreams!
Congratulations on your
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"Remember, I loved you first!"

Love,
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Chaplain Aubrey Etchison
Homecoming royalty
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Graduation info
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Think big, dream positive,
reach for the sky, go for the gold,
plan abundance, imagine the
possibilities, strive for success.
Wishing you the blessings of
courage and the faith as you
follow your dreams and make
them all come true.
Congratulations and
God Bless You on this
wonderful achievement.
Love you always,
Mom & Dad


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Anna Walker

Congratulations!
We are so proud of you.
You are an amazing young
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has great things in store for
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Love,
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"Trust in the Lord with all
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your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge
Him and He will direct
your path."
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Valedictorian
Chang-Sup "Crimson" Lee
Seoul, South Korea

Salutatorian
Jeong Woon "Matt" Yang
Seoul, South Korea

Senior class officers
President Jordan Foley
Vice president Matt Edwards
Secretary David Cho
Treasurer Amy Brown

Student Council officer
President Bartosz Cwiertnia

'Graduation info
Baccalaureate at 10 a.m.
Saturday, May 26, at the
Sandra 0. Stephens Fine Arts Center

Commencement exercises at 1 p.m.
Saturday, May 26, at the
Sandra 0. Stephens Fine Arts Center


Solomon Makafan Alabi
Stephane Lucas Allegre
Geraldine Allien
Ryan Jamel Akeem
Barnes
Thomas Oliver Batteux
Devon Edward Bethel
John Paul Bittner
Carrie Ann Bow
Amy Louise Brown
Chin-Chia "Charlie"
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Keith Lee Farrington
Jordan David Foley
Rebecca Holly
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Jessica Marie Heady
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people stepped out of high school into a world so tilled with scientific knowledge, mechan-
ical conveniences and production-savings technology. It is reasonable to think iou should
pa'v your part in such a world and to contribute to those vet to come. tWe move fo'brard oni
the shoulders of those who preceded us. Never were these shoulders higher or the distance
into which we move longer but moiv ee we must.
Though we send yout out of the gates of this conununity with reluctance, we send yoU with
confidence knowing that each of you is well-prepared to meet the academic rigors of college.
to be positive contributions to your next community., and to practice the highest standards
ol'character in everything that you do. Though the challenges of life shall chisel away as the
sculptor to the stone, one thing will never change: you will always be a member of the
Monui'erde Academy family. On behalf of the Board of Trustees. faculty, staif and alumni. I
congratulate you, and I am proud ol youit.'
To the parents of our seniors, I thank.vot for your support of your children, for investing
in their education, tor supporting the school and for establishing a partnership with us that
has allowed us to prepare our children to experience the world.

Mr. Kasev C. Kesselring, B.A., ALEd.
Headmhnaster. Montr'erde Academy


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10B The West Orange Times Thursday, May 17, 2007


High School


Home of

the Knights!


What a great year it has been for this community and this school.

Here are just some of the highlights of what the young people of

our community are doing!!


Band


The OHS Maiching Band was invited
to the 2007 AT&T Cotton Bowl Music
Festival in Dallas, Texas.
o Overall Grand Champion
o Chris Bell -Most Outstanding Soloist
Jazz Band
o 1st Place Concert Band
o 2nd Place Marching Band Field
Show
o 2nd Place Jazz
Chris Bell & Robert Gibbs
participated in the Tn-State Music
Festival at Florida State Unisersity
The following students participated in
the Orange County Honor Band-
Lindsey Cannon. Elizabeth Smith,
Kim DiMascio. Robert Gibbs, Ryan
Kirkpatrick, Tarik Taylor. Shannon
Smith. Rasheed Rouphine, Andre
White and Darius Jones.

The OHS Jazz Band received a
"Superior" rating at District Music Performance
Assessment.
- OHS band students were awarded w\ ith over 100
"Superior" medals at the district solo and ensemble
festival.
- The Wind Ensemble received a "Superior" rating at
District MPA. Concert and Symphonic bands both
received an "Excellent" rating.
- Mark Filus and Michael Mann received "Superior"
ratings on grade 7 solos at the State solo and ensemble
festival


Chorus

Straight Superiors in Choral Music Performance
Assessments.
Ist Place in all Choral Festivals with the All Star
Music Festivals


Dance

L.A. Dance Force Competition @ the Hilton in
Daytona Beach.
Out of 60 dance performances at the senior level,
Ocoee High took home one gold and two silver
medals from the three pieces they performed and were
also honored with the "Best Onginal Concept" entered
into competition award on their piece titled "I Am".

PTA Reflections Award Ceremony for
Choreography "My Favorite Place"

Jolyne Lowery Award of Excellence Moing on
S. to compete at Nationals.

National Honor Society for Dance Arts at Ocoee
High School the only non-magnet public school in the
county to hase Society).

Channel 13 News
Phoenix Dancers %weie showcased on Central Florida
News 13 in the spring of 2007 in the "Our Kids"
segment of their news broadcast which aired for I
week

STARQUEST PERFORMING ARTS
COMPETITION
Lakeland, Florida
March 16-18, 2007. the OHS Phoenix Dance
Company attended the StarQuest Regional Performing
Aits Competition in Lakeland. Florida at the Lakeland
Center.

9 Inuites to Nationals World Finals
2 Platinums.
5 High Golds
4 Golds
2 High Silvers
2nd Place Overall Top Score Sr. Line Performance
3rd Place Oerall Top Score Sr large group
Mr. StarQuest Title (Jason Rivera)


The Oddessy A,\ard Pro-Am Award (Kimmy Keck.)
The Choreograph) Awaid iKimmy Keck.i
Top Scoring Recreational Piece (OHS Dance Tech. 3)
The Top Senior Solo Photogenic Award IJolyne
Lowery i,
5 Special Aw ards (Freedorn of Speech, Best Emotion.
Most Expressional Pieces. Most Creative. Best
Theme)
Cirque Show, Spring 2007
In May of 2007, the dance department, featuring the
Phoenix Company. produced their first original dance
theatre production.


Drama

Winner of 14 Central Florida Cappie Awards
* Best Musical: "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown"
* Sophomore Criftc: Sam Foarde
* Sound: Matthew Whalen
* Lighting- Daniel Boisrond
* Best Orchestra (thanks Mr. Misner. Mr. Hendricks.
and Mr. Lamos'!!)
* Male Vocalist: Jethro Gerbier
* Comic Actor in a Musical: Sam Foarde
* Comic Actress in a Musical: Kristin Jimenez
* Featured Actor in a Play: Armando Rivera
* Featured Actor in a Musical: Shay Bradford
* Featured Actiess in a Musical- Camellia Trubinski
* Best Song- Beethoven Day
* Cameo Actor in a Musical: Donnie Lane

District Thespian Festival
Superior One Act Play- "The Laramie Project"
Superior One Act Tech
Camellia Trubinski-All-Star Cast Member Award
Superior Ribbons-
1. Janet Randolph Solo Musical
2. Janet Randolph and Daniefle McGill Duet
Musical
3. Jasmine Styles and Bethany Hemmans Duet
Musical
4. Keysha Aviles. Ebonee Grimmage, Kristin
Jimenez. Meagan McCulloch, Danielle McGill,
Janet Randolph, Jasmine Styles Small Group
Musical
5. Megan Sorley and Sam Foarde Duet Acting
6. Jennifer Lomberk and Camellia Trubinski Duet
Acting
7. Daniel Boisrond, Sam Foarde, Jennifer_
Lomberk, Meagan McCulloch, Armando Rivera,'
Mari Tillman, Camellia Trubinski- Small
Ensemble Acting
8. Mari Tillman Playwriting

State Thespian Festival
2 Superiors
I Excellent


Fine Arts

Central Florida Fair


Diane Zeise
Nlara Ar in
Kristen Smith
Latrina Cobb
Erenis Johnson

Akil Allen
Alana Prasad
Debra Gladswin
Emily Holden

Stephanie Paradez


Pen and Ink 1st Place
B/W Photograph Ist Place
lewelry Making Ist Place
Ceramics 1st Place
Watercolor Paminting 1st Place
Acrylic 2nd Place
Ceramics 2nd. Place
Ceranumcs 3rd Place
Acrylic Ist Place
Watercolor 2nd Place
Pencil Drawing 3rd Place
Mixed Media 2nd Place


Congressional Art Competition

Diane Zeise Best of Show People's Choice
Mark Lingval 3rd Place ait will be placed in
congressional building. Exhibited for the first time at
the Maitland Art Festival, and we established
permanent display cases for our work in the school.


Student

Government

association
Served as Florida Association of Student
Councils Dismct 3 President
Will sene as Florida Association of Stu-
dent Councils State Secretar) and District
Secretarn for the 2007-2008 school year
Recognized as a 2007 Gold Council of
Excellence recipient from the National As-
". socianon of Student Councdis.
Served as Student Host for the National
Association of Student Councils LEAD
iLeadership Education and Development)
conference in Orlando
Completed o0er 7000 hoius of school and
community service projects
S Pasta for Pennies raised $3000
Adopted 45 kids for the Salharion Arm%
*. "Adopl-an Angel" program.
Collected three "truck loads" of food for
S- *. the Edgevwood Children's Ranch.
' Collected 300 units of blood for the Flori-
da Blood Centers
This year Ocoee High had its first annual Harambe celebra-
uon in honor of Black Hisior Month



* First place at the Central Flonda Fair Fair Booth Exvhbit


Slow Pitch Softball
Metro Runners-up


Fast Pitch Softball
Distinct Runner-Up-Qualified for the Re-
gional Playoffs


Bogs Lacrosse
District Runner-Up


Football
Beat rival Wesi:Orange for the Honor Bowl
Shield in double OT
Record setting season of 8-3 in second year
Beat Winter Park for first post-season win
to take home the Gridiron Bowl


Bogs Basketball
District Runner Up-Qualified br the Regional Playoffs
Lake Marn Chnstmas Tourntmient (first tournament champi-
onship in school history)
Defeated state ranked Edgewater in the district semifinals.
16-12 record
Marcel Wdil ams iDivision I scholarship to Austin Peay State
Umversity) i rst Division I Male to sign a scholarship.
Ranked in the final Sentineltop 12 for Central Florida


The l Well Girls Basketball
Studenr Writing Center opened. Inscribing Noble Knights-
students helping students with their writing stalls District Runner Up- Qualifed for the Regional Playoffs
Kamari Smith 2nd Tear All-Metro
Ashley Crider -- Maxpreps Lead Shot Blocker w/l55


SECmE
(Engineering Club)
National Mousetrap Car Champions money won $900
Kinetic Challenge Science tenter 1st Place money won $500
SECME REGIONAL CONTEST UCF:
1st place overall SECME winners
Ist place mousetrap car
3rd place mousetrap car
Ist place egg drop
2nd place egg drop
1st place solar car race
2nd place essay
3rd place essay
2nd place poster
2nd place math contest
2nd place web design


Computer

Programming team
5th place Stetson Programming contest scholar ships
won $60.000
2nd place FIU Programming contest
2nd place UCF Programming contest scholarships won
$6,000
2 USACO Silver Ratings
I USACO Gold Rating


Junior Ciuitan
In its first Near, received three patches for our banner.
* Florida District Honor Club
* So- Do 100 Contributor to the Ci itan International Research
Center
* 10% increase in Membership
* Raised money and donated $500 to the National Search &
Rescue Dog Association
Students of our school helped raise more than $22.000 for
Days) Moreno, a student in need of a Kidney Transplant


air Force Junior ROTC
Won 3rd place for Color Guard Inspection at the Lake Worth
High School Drill Competition back in Noember.


Girls WJeightlifting
4 Girls represented Ocoee H.S. in the State Meet.
Chanel Gadson (5th Plac,-i she also was back-to-back Metro
Champion"!!
Kamille Williams
Kristen Crowe
Constance Sobers


Girls Tennis
Celine Herrel #5 singles/distnct 2nd place


Individual Athlete Honors
Dominique Smith Isit eam All- Metro Slow Pitch and Fast
Pitch Softiball
Julianne Morris I st team All -Metro Boy's Soccer
Robert Hardwick and Jerome Lowery Ist Team All-
Metro Football
Kingsley Barconey Fnday Night Football Central Florida
Offensive Player of the Year. Orlando Touchdown Club
player of the week ss Fieedom (9/8/06)
Marcel Williams 2nd team All-Metro / 2nd Team All-Or-
ange County 2nd Team All-Central Flonda, Basketball
Chanel Gadsen Metro Champion 199 lb Champion
Whitne3 Brown District Champion in Shot Put
Alyssa Burkert District Champion in 3200M. 4th in State
in 1600 meter
Lutrisha Altidor- 10th in State in 400 meter

Ginger Klega was appointed by the Florida
Association for Media in Education as
Chair of the Florida Teens Read Asvard
Committee, a siate-wide program for teen
reading motivation in schools and public li-
braries
JP Hamilton was chosen as the Florida
High School Athlenc Trainer of the Year -
by the Athletic Trainers' Association of
Florida.
Fox 35 Cool School of the week!


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Dear Seniors,

To the Class of 2007, you made it! Most of you didn 't
ask to be pulled from your high school after your sopho-
miore Year. Most of you were happy with the school you
attended. You had spent rn\o years there, getting involved
and becoming a part of something special where you
were. Then. suddenly, a5s you approached your junior
vear., ou were sent to Ocoee High School. That first year
was unlike anything you had seen in school. Everyone
Was inew. 10no one knelw where anything was, tlere were no
traditions, there were problems with kids getting along.
It seemed like it was never going to get better. But it did
get better. Thanks. in large part, to this class. WI'hile you
were juniors. you began to take on your role as leaders,
and with a small first-year senior class, you were lead-
ers.
By the time that first year ended. we had begun our own'
traditions and we had begun to make a name for our-
selves as Ococe High School. Home of the Knigits. As
seniors, youl have made this school your own. You wear
your colors with pride. You helped to take our Advanced
Placement numbers from 187 students to nearly 600 stu-
dents. You led our athletic program to four district run--
ner-up trophies and a post-season bowl championship.
You gave tus reason to celebrate in the classroom. oil the
athletic fields and in the performing and fine arts. \I'e re-
ceived our first Superiors in draina and band. and our
dance program excelled. Ou- engineering students brought
home the gold. Our trophy cases are overflowing with
vour legacy. You brought so many firsts to our school
that I cannot begin to measure the pride I feel in this class
and in what you /have done. You truly took a difficult sit-


nation in having to )move in your junior year and turned
it into an a/liazing journey that has built an incredible
path for others to follow. Your legacy to Ocoee High
School will never be forgotten. Thank yon. Class of 2007.
I can only hope that as I have served as your principal.
I have served you to that same high standard that you set
for yourselves. I have said this before many times, and it
sums up mv true feelings or you: I will miss you Inost for
reinitforcing my strong faith in our youth today in an age
when imany in the world would try to shake that faith. You
proved time arid again that o1"ur youth today is made up of
wonderful, bright, energetic and service-oriented peo-
ple- real leaders. You achieved excellence in the class-
room. on the athletic fields, in the fine arts, iln our com-
miunityv and in your work experiences. I am truly thank-
fiul to live in a conununir' where our young people do so
well and I can be so proud.
.4s always. I want to end by saying thank you to every-
one who has helped to make our school such a wonder-
ful community institution in our first year. Our teachers.
clerical stafll administrators, school resource officers,
bus drivers. custodians, cafeteria workers, parents, vol-
uniteers. community partners and, most importantly, you,
our students. each make our school a better place. You are
all appreciated as you help us to move every future stu-
dent to where we are witli the second class of Ocoee High
School: graduation.
Have a good life, seniors. I love you and will miss ev-
ery one of you.


Sincerely,
Alike A rmbruster
Principal


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Salaam Abdelhaq
Spencer Adams
Davin Albern
Natacha Aldophe
Kevin Lewis Anderson
Sabrina Andrews
Travis Antosh
Fawn Armstrong
Mara Arvin Johnson
Riaz Azeez
Shannen Rae Ballardi
Zachary M. F. Ballard.
Jorge Barajas
Kingsley Lee Barconey
Blanca Estela Barragan-
Mallory Beasley
Cory Bernstine
John Besselievre
Chyna Boatman
Aliesha J. Bohan
Darrell Bridges
Fierra Bridges
Joshua Bridges
Porche Bridges
Whitney Taylor Brown
Cameron P. Buckles
Dwight Burney
Crystal Caballero
Micah-E. Cantlow
Samuel Carry
Brannon Carwise
Wilner Celestin
Leslie Clarke
Tiffany Cole
Levi Courtney
Shayla Crawford
Joshua Czerepka
Denice Daley
Deborah Dalmat
Deshannon Davis
Alexander Deleon
Brittni Cherie Dell
Allen Dillard
Gabriel Dilone
Jermaine Donaldson
Ryan Donohue
Sara Dungey
Keris Elcock
Clay Emerson
Reuben Escobar
Carlos Espinosa
Mckayla Flansburg
Keith Forbes
Darline Lavinia Fortune
Ronald Foster
Nichole Marie Fox
Diahann Francklin
Tabatha Frink
David Gage
Jose Garcia
Michael Garens
Robert Gibbs
Shannon Gilrane ,
Shawn Girdhari
Stephanie Goby
Bryan Gordon
Gregory Lavon Gregg
Mary Giselle Guevara
Kurt Gunter
James Hamilton
Adrian Harris
Lauren Harrison
Walter Hayes
Christina Hays
Ricky Henderson
Ashley Hernandez
Adriana Herrera
Cynthia Elizabeth Hewitt
Kimberly Alexis Hill
Stephanie Hoffman
Joseph Holder
Bibi A. Hoosein


Gina Houck
Curtis Howell
Johnny Irazoqui
Nicholas A. Jackowski
Nikita Jadoonandan-Kisso
Devin Jernigan
Brian Hunter Johnson
David Johnston
Joseph Michael Jones
Charles Kasbohm
Ab Khounphixay
Andrea S. King
Kyrstin Kispert
Sharday Knight
Shawnta Knight
.Franciska Kortas
Stephanie Laferriere
Danielle Larson
Jessica Lass
Jeremy Leighvard
Angelikah Aline Letzkus
Carl Joseph Lewis
Jacob Lewis
Linda Lindor
Brittany Long
Robins Louis-Jeune
Christopher Lowery
Merline Lubin
Samuel Makohuz
Jessica Manier
Alexander Martinez
Evan Noel Martinez
Antonio McCall
Pjari McCloud
Rachele LeShun McCoy
Kristopher McFadden
Darius McKinney
Hector Medina
Aeisha Melbourne
Wideline Michel
Jonathan Milner
Ashley Mincey
Brandi Mobley
Adamaris Morales
Adela Moreno
Stephanie D. Morocho
Josie Mouche
John Mullally
Seth Myers
Dontavies Newton
Daniela Nouel
Kegan O'Connor
Jerry Orys
Kenneth Ossont
Jessica Pappas-Quillinan
Evan Paterson
Henry Phillips
Nicholas Piccolo
likia Markeisha Poitier
Candis Rambisoon
Brian Ramlagan
Jessica Ramsay
Peterson Raymond
Kevin Reddick
Deshay Robinson
Johnny Robinson
Nicole Robinson
Megan Saade
Gabriel Jesse Santiago
Shaheed Sattar
Hailong Shen
Jadarrius Shinn
Kiel Tyler Sims
John Scott Sina
Tina Singh
Brandon Smith
Kenneth Smith
Brent Snyder
Jeremy A. Solano
Marisela Carolina Sotillo
Cortney Strickland
Damien Surrency
Rickeda Taylor


Marc A. Thernelus
Joel Torres
Jacqueline Toussaint
Christopher Travers
Camellia Emily Trubinski
Marion Vargas
Samuel Jean Walker
Lanissa DeNeen
Washington
Dante Wells
Danielle Rene Wilson
Marcus Woods
Royal Wright
Shartis Wright
Harvard
Jamal Agoun
Kaila Aguas
Carmelo Gerald Alvarez
Ana Arteaga
Destin Aubrin
Tasha Bailey
Kamelia Baker
Brian Barnett
Etser Bastien
Raquell Deshay Batie
Andrew Baxter
Courtney Baxter
Melissa Bell
Wade Bender
Latonia Blake
Daniel Boisrond
Lance Bower
Crisin.Brimer
Heather Jean Brimer
Sarah Caraballo
Cailyn Carroll
Godfrey Lance-Roy Carter
Anderson Luiz de Carvalho
Lynda Charles
Echie Cincois
Brady Claiborne
Rebecca Clifton
India Collins
Alisha Cordova
Jeni Lee Crews
Stephanie Cruz
Stephanie D Amario
Amanda Dagiau
Lakisha E. DeBoles
Lindsay Delva
Brittany Deuber
Kimberly DiMascio
Thomas Dinardo
Brantley Doctor
Jamesley Dorilas
Tearia Dowe
Curtaveyous De-Andre Epps
Adam Blake Flanigan
Anita Jerris Foster-Smalls
Anne Solitude Foucault
Krystal Francis
Christina Elizabeth Garner
Monica Geisner
Miguel Gilmore
Dacia Lauren Gonzales
Anthony Gonzalez
Brittany Gordon
Dominique Ann Gordon
Jonathan Michael Goshe
Kristopher Lee Grimes
Beata Guerilus
Ashley Michell Hall
Heather Lynn Hammond
Robert Lee Hardwick, Jr.
Ashley Nicole Hawkins
Isaiah Griffin Haynes
Ciara Henry
Marisa Herrera
Chantal Dominique Hiles
Sheldon Hill
Leah Hoffmann
Bibi A. Hoosein


Thomas Horn
Daiki lida
Annesia Katrina Jackson
Sasha Jackson
Jean-Marc Jeannite
Alicia Christine Jimenez
Janiris Jimenez
Caitlin Johnson
Erenis Olivia Johnson
Reginald Dennard Johnson
Jeremy Garnet Jones
Amanda Khooblall
Jennifer Labady
Benjamin Legrand
Joseph Lewkow
Sunshine Lima
Nathan Lindsay
Jerome Anthony Lowery
Roxana Carina Lupercio
Robert Shane Lyle
Jacob Marbais
Roselyn Martinez
Rachel Maury
Carla Maxime
Sarah Marie Mazza
Reynard McCord
Randall Reginald McGluen
Jerel Akeem McKenzie
Octavia McKinney
Miles Minor
Kyle Moore
Maggie Mwamba
Hang Nguyen
Maidy Nogueira
Breann Nuckoles
Brittney Renee Nuckoles
ShaeVoun O'garro
Miguel Olivo
Jennifer Olsen
Robin Roxanne Oropeza
Eric John Parker
Manuel Paulino
Tarika Annisha Vanis Peddie
Shirley Perez
Anderson Oswald Piard
Ashley Poston
Stephen Pyles.
Ryan McCagel Ragans
Kenneth M. Raley II.
Patrick Henry Ramirez
Jambvant Ramoutar
Margaret Nicole Ramsay
Erica Randall
Terrence Reynolds
Patricia Richardson
Ginnie Richcreek
Isaac Rivera
Jonathan Rivera
Shairra Rivera
Anthony Robinson
Carmen Rosas
Shawn Christopher Rose
Adam Rosenau
Erin Nicole Rumeau
Francisco Xavier Salinas
Steven Sanchez
Christopher Scott
Veronica Scott
Justin Seeley
Amanda Simpson
Andrew Singh
Nicholas Slaughter
Ashley Marie Smith
Dominique Gara Smith
Otis Smith
Shatavia Sherrine Smith
Christina Solivan
Deborah Tatiana Souverain
Erika Tilli Spivey
Joses Daniel St Fleur
Shanisse Stanley
Ebony Stephens
Michael Telladira


Mari Z. Tillman
Kevin Timirchand
Magdalena Torres
Christina Tyler
David Urbina
Kristin Vanherpen
Brandon Waldrop
Jasmine Racqu'el
Washington
Robert Wedlund
Mark Whittaker Jr.
Bernarise Williams
Daniel Williams
Marcel Williams
Anne Elizabeth Wilsen
Renel A. Wilson
Ryan Eric Yaptengco
Kristen Amanda Young
Princeton
Jessica Aguilar
Shana Aiken
Anthony Archa
Dariana Baez
Erin Bame
Erika Barroso
Thamar Bazile
Steven Billy
Seth Andrew Blum
Matilda Bomah
Cazio Brown
Jared Brown
Joy Mercedes Brown
Stebenson Brun
Calvin Buckley
Jesse David Busby
Jonisa Bush
Quinea Calloway
Ashley Cannon
Jeffrey Carlson
April Carson
Shana Alexandria Caviness
Loper
Chad Chandler
Rebekah Lynn Chandler
Karen Chariot
Sharita Darchelle Chatman
Micheal Christopher
Chaz Clontz
Clark R. Conyers
Kasey Corless
Bryce Crain
Monica Crane
Melvin Cruz
Jessica Louise Curtis
Janice Daley
Daffney Flady Daniel
Evelyne Dantes
Sharita Dhanraj
Edgar Duarte
Mavila Rachell.Dumanoir
Rachell Mavila Dumanoir
Christopher Miles Jullian
Duncan
Emre Durmaz
Charles Wesley Edmonson
Sean Egboro
Jecory Demitrius Ellis
Porsha Elizabeth Forbes
Sean Forester
Danielle Seant'e Gaddy
Christian Garces
Nicole Leslie Garcia
Alecia Gardner
Kenneth Gibson
Sabree Jade Green
Sommer Green
Pamela Ann Gregory
Felisha Erica Grizzle
Wendy Guajardo
Pamela Gust
Lauren Harris
Dominique Hector


Tara Hembrooke
Jessica Lea Henderson
Lauren Henry
Michael Hewitt
Brittnie Alexandra Hopkins
Breana.Huttel
Christabel lojiole
Malcolm Jackson
Nicholas Jackson
Nathalie Janvier
Sasha Dionn'e Jarrett
Jeff Jean Baptiste
Josie Jenkins
Rachel Joseph
Nakia Latrelle Kelly
Young-Woong Kim
Davia Tracey-Ann Knight
Desiree Maria Leepow
Cassandre Louis-Jeune,
Jvlonique Lowe
Franco Luberis
Sandra Mares
Tina Louisa Martin
Maxon Massillon
Heather Ruth McKinney
Charles Fletcher Meeks
Ashley Mich'ele Minard
Mark Andrew Mitchell
Jaime Luis Morales Jr.
Carol Myers
Anastasia Simone Newton
Anais Marie Nunez
Brittany Leigh Oliver
April Ann Orn
Myron Owens
Sonia Perez Princeton
Stephen Peterson
George Pherai
Alanna Nikole Pierluissi
Christopher Mario Pinelli
Lucero Powell
Ariel Simone Pryor
Lorenza Rashard Rainey
Edward Anthony Ramos
Mark Rampertab
Carissa Rembert
Jordan Ring
Jason Ray Rivera
Cory William Roach
Jonathan Marquis Robinson
Jim Roc
Ivan Daniel Rodriguez
Brittany Marie Romano
Joshua'David Rosenberg
Kevin Sanichar
Edward Scott
Dante Sharks
Matthew Armond Shorter
Amy Lynn Sims
Ashley Nicole Sims
Sean Anthony Singh
Anjay Smith
Antoine D. Solomon
Megan D. Sorley
Roxanna Sotello
Sara Stebbins
Frederick Stephens Jr.
Alexander Tanon
Kris Tirado
Bianca Yasmin Torres
Sara Alaina Townsend
Brittany Deyonda Turman
Ashley Elizabeth Turner
Firoz Umran
Antonio Valdez
Sarah Vance
William Thomas Vereb
Julie Jonata Volcy
Makisha Westby
Amanda Willett
Desiree Lanette Williams
Larissa Wright
Klarisa Deanne Yanez


Jocelyn Yeager
Mariuxi Yolanda Zamora
Keara Ziegerer
Yale
Adolfo Javell Aguilar
Lereste Alcime Jr.
Jeshsenia Almaraz
Whitney Tyshay Anderson
Yvonne Marie Arias
Antonio J. Ayala
Alan Baboolal
Michael Bagley
Stephen Bass
Christopher Bell
Brian Bishundat
Jerkisha Bolden
Jennifer Boyle
Seslie Brown
Briana Brunson
Michael Gary Bruyette
David Buckles
Travis Bush
Christopher Campbell
Michael Campfield
Remington Mikael Campos
Davorin Cancarevic
Roland Albert Canuel Jr.
Terrell Capi
Ryan Alejandro Caraballo
Kevin Carmant
Angela Hope Cascarelli
Keren Bethanie Charleston
Marco Antonio Chavez
Bernie Cheatum
Dana Cisney
Arielle Simon'e Clark
Joseph.Clarke
Cord Clay
Latrina Cobb
Chelsey J. Coker
Jose Antonio Concepcion
Luis Daniel Cortes
Vanessa Craven
Camille Crews
Michael Crum
Keith Daughtery
Travis Davis
Daishawn Decosey
Efrain Delgado
Elliot Francisco Delgado
Corey Allen Demings
Adrienne Renee Desomma
Justin Dixon
Michael A. Dookhran
Orlando Miguel Dos Santos
Derron Dunn
Kenneth John Eisinger
Allen Christopher Ellis
Richard Esardial
Brittney Ferrell
Lindsay Forrest
Siripaul Ganesh
Angel Garcia
Ashley Garrett
Valerie Garriga
Klarissa Lace Gelles
Darrius Godfrey
Jenny Gonzalez
Korian Antonio Graves
Latrice Green
Megan Grodsky
Allen Guy
Brandon Ray Harris
Garrett Haupt
Michelle Hawkins
Taylor Lenard Hayes
Angelique Estella Henry
Brandon Henry
James Hoffman
Ernies Holguin
Leronte Cordell Hubbard
Nicole Olivia Hudson


Jessica Ingram
Geno Junior Isidor
Latoya Carmelita Jean
Kristal Nichole Johnson
Carmen Iris Jose
Michae Langley
Kristina Ren'ee Leath
Melissa Lebron
Brechara Chantel Lee
Stephanie Loomis
Michael Mann
Ashatoria D. McGhee
Justin Meadows
Stephanie Marie Melendez
Shawn Memolo
Diane Merissaint
Roosevelt Monestime
Natalie M. Montijo
Amanda Morris
Julian Morris
Stephanie Murdock
Kevin Myhre
Yetzenia Ivon Negron
Benjamin Eugene Nichols
Frank Norelia
Ernesto Olivo
Amanda Orozco
Jose Ortiz
Maria Fernanda Osorio
Andrew Pace
Jeff Anthony Parrish
Vito Pennacchio
Erica Latia Pitts
Brittany Poole
Marqueia Denise Porter
Nicholas A. Powell
Victoria Elisabeth Powell
Licelys Leabim Quiel Diaz
Rajenda Ramkison
Stephan Rattan
Daniel Richman
Edwin Antonio Rivera
Jennifer Rivera
Matthew Robinson
Yrimar Rodriguez
Michael Rooney
Owen Rowell
Toni Russell
Derby Saint Luc
Cristina Sandoval
Samantha Satoski
Javimarie Sepulveda
Marissa Shannon
Matthew Wayne Sharp
Amrita Devi Singh
Amanda Sirisoukh
David Skirvin
James Franklin Smith
Megan Smith
Constance Sobers
Stanley St. Lot
Javaris Dante Temple
Matthew Edward Terrell
Jennifer Theodore
Egypt Alexi Tobin
George Torres
Quy Van
Veronica Voltaire
Larod Walker
Adam Waszczak
Aaron Williams
Larrisha Briana Williams
Eleanor Anne Winsemann
Kaliah Woolcock
Kristina Worswick
Whitney Alicia
Shantae Wynn


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Valedictorian
Amanda Dagiau

Salutatorians
Hailong Shen, David Skirvin


Student Government
Association officers
President Brantley Doctor
VP Academic Life Isaiah Haynes

Homecoming royalty
King Edward Scott
Queen Ashley Garrett

Prom royalty
King Brandon Henry and Leronte
Hubbard (tie)
Queen Larissa Wright

Graduation info
Monday, May 14, 7 p.m. at Disney's
Wide World of Sports Milk House Arena


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Valedictorian
Paige Conrad

Salutatorian
Radford Parker


Senior class officers
President Roxana Ramirez
Vice president Aly Fleck
Secretary Elisa Wolfe
Treasurer Mark Papero
Publicist Sharlene Patel

Graduation info
Wednesday, May 16, 3 p.m. at the
Milk House at Disney's Wide World
of Sports Complex


Student Government officers
President Hannah Sangalang
Vice president Jenn Armada
Secretary Ali Murtha
Treasurer Whitney Jones
Historian Nastasgia Santos

Homecoming royalty
King Ramzey Smith
Queen Rona Saif

Prom royalty
King Neil Sidlow
Queen Porchea Bell


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Viviana Andrea Abad Molina
Rodger Rashaud Adams
Michelle Priscilla Aguirre
Lauri J. Ahola
Jasmine F. Aidi
Fadia Albanna
Darika Aliaga
Maria Camila Almario
Emmanuel Efrain Alomar
Christine Alzate
Ariel Stephane Anaya
Brandon James Anderson
Jordan Taylor Anderson
Rajen Alexander Anderson
James Lamar Andrews
Leslie Carlisle Andrews
William Lee Anoka
Urooj Waseem Ansari
Stephanie Nicole Aponte
Kelly Arango
Erika Arcila
Ansley Katherine Ardaman
Veronica Arias
Jennifer Grace Armada
Samantha Lauren Armstrong
Kelly Rae Ashley
Juan Ayala
Thiago Mesquita Azevedo
Aneisha Azimulla
Aaqil Babwani
Ashton Elizabeth Bailey
Shaun Ryan Baksh
Darren Banks
Felicia Baptiste
Raymond Barretta
Roberto Alan Barrios
Brandon Bates
Milani Nicole Beaudrault
Dahsmeet Bedi
Andrea Michelle Beechy
Frederick Alejandro Belen
Logan McCarthy Bell
Porchea Reva Bell
Shyrenthia Bell
Stephanie Gene Bemiss
Sarah Marie Bender
Armando Benitez-Ojeda
Naiara Bernardo
Amy Caryn Bernloehr
Kashuntala Bhoja
Peter William Bindas
Jerald Joseph Birket
Joseph Biscuiti
Barry Leo Blackman
Wesley Blackwell
Ashlee Nicole Blair
Chelsea Ann Blakeman
Dana Blandin
Dominique Blandin
Carmina Victoria Blowe
Deanna Rochelle Boccumini
Austin Miles Boguslaw
Patrick Pierce Bornstein
Chelsea Lynne Bottoms
Katharina Anna Bourgeois
Kayleen Nicole Boyd
Collin Griffith Boyer
Shavonda Lorice Boykins
Joaquin Branche
Justin Martin Breslin
Collette Marie Brewington
Catherine Bridges
Candace Morgan Brookfield
Chase Thomas Brooks
Connor Brown
Kendrea Lynett Brown
Kurt Nile Broyles
Lauren Elizabeth Bucher
Ryan William Buck
Leticia Budnik
Julianne Marie Bull
Tristan Thomas Burch
Tyler Pierce Burnette
Taylor Burrer
Brett Adam Butler
Shane Patrick Butler
James Samuel Byrd
Lamar Hilliard Juan Byrd Jr.
Kiara Cabrera
Phillip Michael Tosoc Cada
Erin Kelly Cain
Steven Anthony Caito
Shayla Chablis Caldwell
Kristen Nichole Callaway


David Angel Camacho
Agustin Eduardo Cancel
Camilla Candido
Brittany Cantrell
Hieu Phung Cao
Christopher Joshua
Capitanucci
Francisco Carattini
Richard Albert Carbone Jr.
Katelynn Alura Carlson
Ralph James Carrino
Rory Caitlyn Cartelli
Charles Edward Carter
Dominique Earlette Carter
Francisca Carvallo
Janine M. Cato
Randy Ceballos
Noel Moises Centeno
Natayala Rene Chambers
Kyra Nicole Chambliss
Brandon Meon Chapman
Keyeria S. Chappelle
Sharonda N. Chappelle
Ashley Charlemagne
Jason Chen
Marshall Adam Childers
Kalan Christenson
Theo C Tinny Christopher
Joshua Cintron
Brittany Ann Cohrs
Kyre Devon Coleman
Nadia Collado
Miguel Angel Colon
Vanity Colon
Emily Condrin
Paige Christine Conrad
Maria Andrea Contreras
Gregory Kenneth Cook
Margaret Michelle Cook
Shaun Dhey Laurhyn Cooper
Mark John Costanza
Therlyn Cotin
Ryan Lee Countryman
Khouri Crenshaw
Roberta Florence Criger
Joshua Lamar Critelli
Ann Marie Crosby
Matthew Roy Crudele
Mitchell Evan Cruit
Rachel Catherine Curll
Amelia Ezzo Curotto
Colby Danielle Curtis
Jair A. Da Silva
Lee Craig Daintry
Catherine Opal Danley
Heather Jean Darden
Kyle Thomas Darin
Gurchan Dass
Amber Mercedes Davidson
Alicia Davis
Thiago De Arruda
Adriano Humberto De Jesus
Joseph A. De Lisle
Thais Ribeiro De Maria
Raquel Donna Deally
Lauren A. Dees
Kaylee Karina Deetz
William Patrick Delancey
Adam Bernard Deloach
Reginald John Calvin Denmark
Michael Tyler Dennison
Brittney Nicole Denomme
Carla Michelle Deorduna
Rose Adele Desauguste
Torrance Lane Desaulniers
Etienne Diaz
Harold Diaz
Michele Alessia Diaz
Matthew Narsingh Dindial
Troy Brandon Dinsdale
Petra Dojcsak
Samantha Dookram
Margaret Catherine Dooley
James Willis Cabilin Doolittle
Rodney Romel Dorsett
Elizabeth Margaret Dottavio
James Thomas Dougherty
Albert Cedric Doyle
Amanda Jaclyn Drago
Subrian R. Drepaul
Catherine Marie Drew
Adam Jacob Dry
Kelsey Alexandra Dupree
Sadie Marie Durning


Alexander William Eatough
Tarajade Theona Ebanks
Jeanese Moise Edmond
Erica Sam Eisenstein
Kiashia Shaunice Elkerson
Leanna Dale Elkins
Sara Nadine Elkorchi
Christopher Robert Elliott
Baylee Ann Ellson
Nathan Emigh
Kaitlyn Randell Erickson
Katie L. Erickson
Taylor Morgan Eson
Courtney Kemore Esterine
Jodie Ann Evans
Courtney Nicole Eversole
Gettys Pierre Fagg
Clinton Stuart Fanelli
Akayshia Farquharson
Jonathan Matthew Fasano
Yolanda Marie Febres
Adison M. Fernandez
Ana C. Fernandez
David Findlay
Brittani Lynn Fischetti
Alexandra Elizabeth Fleck
Caitlin Flowers
Jeremy Floyd
Tisheenia Daunielle Floyd
Kurt Fowler
Joshua Frasilus
Rochelle Antoinette Frazer
Wayne Ferrari Freeman
Alexander Frydenberg
Andrea Estefania Fuguet
William Emmett Fullmer
Lauren Elizabeth Fusan
Sean Futch
Lia Kathryn Gagliardi
William Gagnon
Karen Lisset Garcia
Maria Camila Garcia
Matthew Garcia
Mark Bryan Garzia
Melanie Renee Gasmen
Daniela Gaviria
Emily Jayne Genzianelli
Darline Georges
Emily Hope Gers
Ryan Gibson
Alexander Gilmore,
Matthew Gregory Giono
Timothy C. Gipson
Mark Phillip Goldhersz
Rosemary Victoria Goldman
Jeffrey Lewis Goldstein
Alexandra Gonzalez
.Giovanni Andre Gonzalez
Javana Gonzalez
Javier Daniel Gonzalez
Robert Andrew Gonzalez Florin
Dustin Robert Grant
Jocelyn Gray
Ruth Markeyta Grecni
Corey Ryan Green
Gary Greenwood
Thyve A. Grijalva
Fleetwood Lee Gruver
Kenderline Guillaume
Breno Guimaraes
Tarun Gujral
Matthew Gunning
Caryn Hall
Kristin Wynn Hall
Stephanie Anne Hall
Anthony "Hall Jr."
Alisa Joy Hamilton
Ryan James Hammond
Taylor B. Hammond
Danah Han
Brittany Nicole Hansford
Antonio Lee Hardemon
Aaron Joseph Hargis
Sanya Harjani
Laura Harman
Shelby Dawn Harrell
Kieron Steven Harripersad
Princess Ashley Harris
Kristin Marie Hartley
Tyler James Harvey
Jamar Hatcher
Michael Hazell
Eric Heatherly
Laura Helton


Ryan Daniel Hennessey
Sharon Anita Henson
Arlene Heredia
Gabriel David Hernandez
Heriberto Hernandez
Andres Herrera
Alyzee Herzog
Elijah Hewitt
Bridget Leigh Higginbotham
John Charles Hill
Ryan Alexander Hill
Charly Ann Hillman
Michelle Rachel Hochberger
Corey Russell Hoel
Omar Sean Hoilette
Joseph Scott Holder
Jonathan Alexander Holley
Deandre Raeshard Holmes
William Holmes
Shante Rakelle Horn
Ashley Rae Houston
Nicholas John Hudak
Emerald Hudson
John Edward Hunter
Jessica Hurtado
Taylor Edward Huskisson
Nathaniel Joseph Hutcheson
Cordell Agral Hylton
Melissa Anne Inman
Faatimah Ishmael
Lauren Kelli Islar.
Anna Elizabeth Ismer
Ainsworth Mark Anthony
Jackson
Chanelle Alyssa Jackson
Joy Jackson
Stephan Jainaraine
Sabrina Grace Janesick
Sasha Jarquin
Amanda Joelle Jenkins
Natalia Jimenez
Orianna Jimenez
Ryan Joseph John
Cheyenne Siera Johnson.
Dontay Shawn Johnson
Ebony Lashay Johnson
Kiara Nikole Johnson
Stephanie Lee Johnson
April Nicole Jones
Austin Franklin Jones
Chasity Lynn Jones
Dustin Thomas Jones
Prijon Jones
Sydney Kate Jones
Vincent Anthony Jones
Whitney Rae Jones
Kara Christina Jordan
Cherie Estrella Jorge
Emily Chiquita Joseph
Sharlene Anne Joseph
Adrien Kacapyr
Brett William Kane
Pei Hsin Kang
Monica Shanti Karcsmar
Cristina Nicole Katsch.
Anthony Kayden
Robert Michael Kechejian
Jonathan Eugene Keller
Kevin William Kemp
Aubrie Keoho
Michael James Kerkes
Aneeza Khan
Farah Khan
Ravina Khan
Rohan Sobhash Khublall
Nicholas Kikuchi
Dorothy Kim
John Joomsup Kim
Selena Kim
Danielle Leigh King
Ryan Nicholas King
,Adam Kinnear
Jessica Caroline Kirby
Bradley Kirk
Rebecca M. Kirven '
Sean Robert Kisselback
Ryan Anthony Kist
Madison Amanda Kite
lan Michael Kivler
Justin Lawrence Krantz
Harsha Kumar
Robert LaFrance
Michael James Lait
Timothy Lall


.Chelsea Marie Lamb
Elizabeth Anne Lamendola
Kyle Christopher Lamm
Gelisa Michelle Lamotta
Andrew Lee Larson
Ryan Hunter Latant
Subrina Latchman
Mark Anthony Latta
Cornelius John Laws
Phuong Mai Melissa Le
Hang Thanh Le Nguyen
Joshua Roshad Leaphart
Omshante Lee
Elyse Sarah Levin.
Aljahra Marlana Lewis
Kailey Julia Lewis
Kayleigh Elizabeth Lewis
Valerie Lewis
Wei Wei Li
Yabo Li.
Jonathan David Likovetz
Carolina Gioia Lima
Justin Linville
Shante Aquilla Lloyd
Nicholas Mark Locastro
Ryan Curtis Logsdon
Anthony Evan Lombardi
Quaneesha Nycole Long
Lance Vincent Lopez
Tamara Diane Love
Abigail Lowman
Christopher Macias.
Brynne Alexandrea Mackinnon
.Anaiss Madera
Ahrash Mahanpour
Megan Allyssa Maloy
Andrew Robert Mangione
Sean Patrick Manhertz
Julien Michel Mansier
Courtney Lynn Manzella
Stefany Campana Marcelino
Austin Daniel Marquis
Chadwick Alexander Martin
Stefan Clay Massol
Michael De Onshay Mathis
Cassandra Joana Mathurin
Monique Ruth May
David Steven Mayhew
Kristen Danielle Maynard
Samantha Marie Maynard
Megan McCann
Alexandra Marie McCaskill
Victoria Denise McFarley
Max Samuel McGahan
Sara Elizabeth McKee
Marcia Chanelle McMurray
Heather Michele Mead
Meghan Elizabeth Meagher
Hassan Esteban Mejia
Julian Felipe Mejia
Roberto Jose Mena
Sylvia Cristina Menendez
Hooshyar Moreno Merrikh
Kelvin Wayne Mesmin
Aimee Kathryn Miller
Andrew Paul Miller
Ashleigh Elizabeth Miller
Ayanna Chante Miller
Dexter Herman Miller
Kevin Miller
Rachel Ann Miller
Michael Miller
Kyle Minoo
Caitlin Michelle Mohney
Kristin Renee Mohr
Angelina Fazela Mollins
Nicole Marie Monaco
Bardsley Monfilston
Sergio Angel Montalvo
Crystal Melissa Montgomery
Michelle Alejandra Montoya
Nathanael Moreno
Amy Louise Morgan
Kevin James Morgan
Anita Moroz
Adele Morris
Christopher Hugh Hua Moy
Matthew Donald Moy
Andrea L. Muguerza
McKenzie Marie Mulder
Rachel Kelly Mullins
Lina Marcela Munoz
Alexander Murtha
Mohammed Samir Mustafa


Mohammed Muzammil
Vinson Raffinee Myers
Alexander Nascimento
Brianna Rene Neal
Felix Carlos Negron Jr.
Taylor Michelle Nelms
Michael James Neubacher
Kristyn Marie Newman
Danh Kha Nguyen
Danny Tien Nguyen
Darlene J. Nguyen
Peter Vien Nguyen
Uyen Carolyn Nguyen
James Nguyen Bui
John Thomas Nicholls
Shannon Ashley Nichols
Lauren Ashley Nieves
Krystal Danielle Noel
Evan Michael Nolan
Brittany Marie Norton
Joselyn Marie Nunez
Ashley Ann O' Day
Valerie Ocasio ,
Steven Bernard Odoms
Jason Thomas Ogle
Joanna I. Oh
Lauren Osarieme Omusi
Amanda Opron
Stephen Keith Otto
Lindsey Rebecca Owen
Jermaine Jesse Owens
Nathalie Pacheco
Robert Padilla Jr.
Edward Anthony Padua
Ray Anthony Pagan
Enuguy Couto Paiva
Kurtis William Palata
Ryan Andrew Pannone
Mark Anthony Papero
Sais'B. Park
Kristal Rose Parker
Radford Charles Parker
Milan Patel
Ritin Patel
Sharlene Mayur Patel
Lindsey Nicole Patterson
Pierre Elie Payen
Daria Elizabeth Pecorella
Justin James Pecorella
Laura Maria Pena
James Sutherland Penny
Leonardo V. Queiroz Pereira
Jaden Alyssa Perez
Wanda Liz Perez
Jazmin Persaud.
Mahendra Persaud
Michelle Maya Persaud
Courtney Shantaye Peterkin
Latini Ngoc Pham
Shelleda Jean Philippe
Emma Grace Phillips
Robert Stephen Phillips
Samuel Ribas Piccoli
Aaron Pichoff
Sionnis Pierre
Rodney Pinder
Justin Christopher Pinero
Jamie Nicole Piora
Robert Mark Pitt
Antonio Dante Plummer
Avonna A. Poindexter
Alan Joshua Pollock
Bruna Fernanda Pontes
Sarah Marie Pope
Christopher M. Poppell
Manoella Porto
Ashley Nichelle Potter
Nicole Leanna Potts
Brittany Renay Powell
Alyssa Martina Powery
Jazka Marie Prickett
Danielle Alicia Prince
Robert Dawson Pritchett
Brittney Michelle Pryor
Luis Felipe Puertas
Kesia Vivian Purcell
lan Patrick Quinn
Ryan Rahman
Talissa Nichole Rainwater
Ronald Tulsidas Ramdat
Roxana Ramirez
Richard Rampersaud
Lace Carol Ramsey
Zaynab Rasheed


Christopher James Reagan
Mindy Briann Reckart
Dania Ashari Reid
Meghan Christine Reina
Jennifer Reynolds
Seung H. Rhim
Kailey Nicole Riddleberger
Kevin Michael Rieck
Clarissa Marlette Rigaud
Justin Riipi
Lucie Kerline Rincher
Renae Yvonne Rippere
Abraham Rivera
Aldo Roberto Rivera
Eduardo Rivera
Natassha Rachell Rivera
Christopher Andrew Robb
Amanda Roberts
Bruno Alexis Rodriguez
Heidi Rodriguez
Josue Rodriguez
Julio Rodriguez
Leslie Luis Rodriguez
Markangelo Rodriguez
Rudy Rodriguez
Marquis Kenneth Rolle
Allana D. Rollerson
Stephanie Rondon
Lauren Ashley Rosa
Nicholas Andrew Rosella
Tasha Lynn Roundtree
Wesley Ryan Ruiz
Rona Saif
Aaron Salazar
Alia Akram Saleh
John Saltarelli
Alycia Samaroo
Andrew James San Agustin
Renzo Sanchez
Cashaya Shyrice Sanchez
Ashley Evonne Sanders
Hannah Diana Sangalang
Eliezer Santana
Daniel R. Santiso
Alexandre Xavier Santos
Mark Daniel Santos
Nastasgia Santos
Travis Edward Sapp
Jennifer Lea Savey
Jeffrey Martin Sawicki
Justin Joseph Scala
Abigail Caitlan Scherer
Jordan-David Schiller
Nichole Christine Schindler
Riley Peterson Schmidt
Dominique Sedan
Nikolai Semenkevich
Leena Sharad Shah
Jasmine Nicole Shand
Brittany Shipman
Aaron Craig Shockley
Austin Rand Shoener
Tony Terrell Shuler 11
Tooba Siddiqui
Neil Joshua Sidlow
Alexis Marie Sikole
Quintin L. Simmonds
Brett Aaron Simmons
Carolina Simone
Anthony Ansuane Simpson
Esaurdai Singh
Sharanjit Singh
Tasha Singh
Cheresa Chere Skanes
Jonathan Ryan Slimick
Gemma Georgiane Smith
Harrison Ross Smith
Jonathon Early Smith
Luke Andrew Smith
Mitchell Joseph Smith
Ramzey Lamar Smith
Christopher Junior Solomon
Shawn Anthony Somwaru
James Sorvillo
Welty Spears
Kimberly Stallworth
Kyle Matthew Stanforth
Brittany Cassandra Stape
Austin James Steele
Nathan Glennard Stephens
Michael Stephenson
Ashton Marie Steuer
Marcus Stewart
William Aaron Stewart


Bethany Joy Stiles
Charles August Streetzel
Casey Leigh Strickland
Shahid Mohamed Sukhu
Ashleigh Coudert Sweeney
Terence Wayne Tai
Isha Dipak Talati
Alexandra Pilar Tamashiro
Jessy Tang
Daouda David Tanon
Raymond Anthony Tapia
Eeman Tariq
Sari L. Tashjian
Maria Esther Tavarez
Vanessa Terrible
Devan Nicole Terry
Kristin Diane Terry
Anthony Thomas
Byron Frederick Thomas
Colton Thomas
Michael Andrew Thomas
Natalie Christina Thomas
Adrienne Rebecca Thompson
Candice Marie Thompson
Dennis Ricardo Thompson
Michael Anthony Thompson II
Samantha Leigh Tietjen
Irisellis Tirado
Brooks A. Tolbert
Andrew That Gia-luan Ton
Carolina Alejandra Totaro.
Lester Trentham
Courtney Beth Trimble
Jorge Gustavo Trujillo
Benjamin Truong
Kristin Claire Tsukamoto
Carlos Ugas
Samantha Upshaw
Andrea C. Urdaneta
Justin Bernard Valentine
Prudvi Vallabhaneni
Richard Robert Van Haaren
Amanda Carroll Van
Valkenburgh
Katelyn Irene Vanags
Ashley Vanderbilt
Zachary Alan Varraux
Rabon Vause
Annalisa Velardi
Elizabeth Marie Vickery
Marie Johanne Vilma
Curtis John Viselli
Nopparat Voaonsri
Dave Waca
Sekou Jahlon Walcott
Autumn Nicole Walker
Scott Behrens Walsh
Tiffany Marie Walsh
Tiffany Amanda Warden
Sean Allen Webley
Max Addison Wemyss
Shamelia Lashay Wesley
Jacqueline Christian
Westbrook
Sean Patrick Westphal
Mia Alyn Wetzel
Anjelica Riana White
Jessica Lynn White
Alexander Loren Wilkins
Craig Williams
Janaee Devandia Williams
Scott Williams
Robert Enea Williamson
Shean Omal Wills
Brittany Wilson
Dorcas P. Wilson
William Taylor Wise
Emily Wisner
Elisa Jean Wolfe
Cynthia Danielle Wood
Aleah Kamil Worrell
Tenera Wright
Terrence Marquise Wynn
Edwin Yan
Tao Yang
Brandon James Yetman
Samantha Yi
Lauren Amber Ykimoff
Doug Yoo
Maryann M. Youssef
Shalada Yusuff
Emily Jayne Zambito
Melody Zayas-Pena
Bolun Zhang


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Today. I tnlithe ,proud principal ot Ohmpa Hi ihi School's
Class ora200)7. It has been ny dreatn to lead one o the great-
est and nust e.xcituing scliools in llIhe United Stales., and here I
am. p root Itht education can make all the difference in a per-
soni 'S life.
I believe in education, and I promise you that it will make
a difference in your lives as w i'll: fur it is educated people
wh1 c(hainIc the \\world. Some of you mIay have the opportuni-
r' to do soniethinig great. something so great that it will in-
pact the lives of millions o other people through the work
that 'von will do. For that. our greatest reward will not be Inon-
eCar'. it 'Will be priceless. It will bC litfe-clhaineI inI. '
II yiii*, teachers. your school and y'our families have i
provided u lithe opportunity' and all the support that you
need to succeed. It is miy \wish that you find happiness in your l
new destination as you transition from high school to your
ne.\t endeavor in life. I hope you embrace the new. but don 'i
tor/l et \oir tond memories ot hiIgh school.
I would also like to commend the parents., tailies, friends
and teat hers of the graduates. I anm sure that their support
and guidance has been instrumental in Your success. Please
be sure to reuniember those who have nurtured and helped you
grow and realize \iour inanv talents.
Finalh. know this: Somebody loves vou.
AMay, Vou alwtavs feel like a Titan!

Jennyiv Gibson-Linkh
Principal
Olympia High School
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Valedictorians
Anna Walker, Christian Christoefl,
Charles Flint

Salutatorian
Brett Schlosser

Senior class officers
President Tarin Scarbrough
Vice president Jasmine Clayton
Secretary Vanessa Jagdeo
Treasurer -Amanda Arjune
Historian Kristin Stamper

Student Council officers
President Matthew Raulerson


Vice president Andrea Ginther
Secretary Lynn Ramlochan
Treasurer Andy Whitman

Homecoming royalty
King Anthony Johnson
Queen Marshaye Pollard


West @Gan]] Warriogs


Prom royalty
King Paul Kuehn
Queen Heather Gullivan

Graduation info
Tuesday, May 15, 8 p.m. at Amway Arena


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Regina Salome Abdool
Jessica Acevedo
Brianne Nicole Adams
Kiara Deborah Adams
Melissa Marie Alonso
Clenise Altidor Luis
Daniel.Alvarado
Gregory Scott Amato
Sean Allen Ambro
Olger Josue Anchundia
Ashley Ann Anderson
Kay AnnElizabeth Anderson
Charles Wesley Andrews
Michelle Anthony
Abron Ards
Anthony Lamar Ards
Amanda Arjune
Jose Isabel Arrona
Janina H Astaiza
James Christopher Avila
Oriana Gabriela Avila
Gabriel Francesco Avinaz
Jose Baez
Lester Thomas Bailey II
Maggie Suzanne Bailey
Daniel Peter Balcerak
Devin Fitzgerald Ball
Esgar Barragan
Rebekah Lynn Bauer
Brittany Anne Baugh
Luis Emilio Belloso
Gregory Davis Belmont
Katrina Nicole Bennett
Paul Robert Bennett
Leslie Berrocal
Kenneth Carl Bertotti
Lyanna Dee Blackmon
Katlin Brooke Bolen
Joe Anthony Boiling.
Renar Antionette Bondfield
Brantley
Nathan Bostick
Michael James Bottomley
Ted Vincent Bouler Jr.
Blaine Kimbel Bowerman
Ashley Nicole Boyden
Rachel Brakefield
Anthony Ray Brandt.
Monica Bernice Branom
Alexis Marie Braswell
Cleopatra Brathwaite
Allison Rennie Bratton
Samantha Christine Bremner
Sara Charlotte Bremner
Samuel Brito
Tracy N Brown
Robert Edward Browning
Jonathan Josue Burac
Joseph Forrest Burkhalter
Heath Edward Burnett
Catherine Janis Butler
Eduardo Cabrera.
Robin Teresa Caldwell
Marco Nunes Camara
Michael Benjamin Campbell
Joshua Earl Cantrell
Melinda Capps
Cecily Carcamo
Jeffrey Cardona
Michael Arlin Carpenter
Bianca Carpintero
Bibi Carpintero
Nallely Yurith Carrasco
Brittany Noel Carter
Michael Richard Carter
Tonya Carter
Griselda Casanova
Iselda Casanova
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Crystal Maria Castillo
Jose Julian Castro
Keytrice Castro
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Melissa Emily Chen
Whislene Cherenfant
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Joshua Mobley Clark
Tryzel Neysa Clark
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Jasmine Dominique Clayton
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Julie Nicole Conrad
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Robert Cox
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Ryan Crawford
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Jodanie Amanda Dalien
Kameila Natoya Dare
Carolyn Emanuelle Daetwiler
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Tiffany Prakash Daswani
Nathaniel Jack Davis
Tyler John Day
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Carlyn Dilger
Bryan Craig Dodge
Bryan Dombrowski
Zuleyka Valeria Dones
Sabina Donova
Cameron Tomas Dotson
Andrew Seth Doyle
Lee Allen Drake
Maria Luisa Duran
Hajar El Ayadi
Isaelis Enriquez
Moises Espinosa,
Natasha Espinosa
Nicole Espinosa
James Joseph Ettore
Minia Everett
Gabriela Falcon
Daniel Jonathan Fanelli
Ebony Lashae Farmer
Sabrina Nicole Favreau
Brittini Marie Ferguson
Richard Fernandez
Brittney Melissa Findley
Katie Leigh Findley
Erik Paul Fleming
Charles Leavitt Flint
Robert Shawn Flynn
Stewart Naaman Forness
Christopher Donald Forsythe
Corey Jeffrey Forsythe
Travis R Foy
Sylvia Antoinette Franklin
Brittany Ann Frey
Courtney Janeil Fuller
Kyle Nathaniel Furgus .
Amanda Nicole Gamez
Cassandra Jean Galbreath
Verali Ivane Gatica
Leslie June Gehring
Tiffany Marie Gibbons
Andrea Leigh Ginther
Johnnatan Arzafad Giraldo
Justin Ray Gise


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Jeffrey L Glisson.
Ashley Maria Glover
Nicholas Ryan Goelz
Libby Elyse Golding
Jesus Jose Gonzalez
Ninoshka Gonzalez
Sebastian Gonzalez
Brittany Marie Goodwin
Shannon Victoria Goodwin
Jocelyn Yvette Gordon
Tonya Lynette Goss
Aretha Shaune' Grady
Larondra Ebonne Graham
Ryan Christopher Grant
Manuel Jose Graterol
James Patrick Green
James Thomas Griffey
Dianne Guerrier
Heather Teresa Gullivan
Kyle Anthony Haith
Alysia Frances Hall
Tracy John Hanken
Brittany Christine Hanson
Joshua M Hargrove
Tegra Monae Harp
Deon Lee Harper
Meghan Brianna Harris
Nathan Howard Hartman
Nathan M Harvey
Heather Nicole Hebert
Emily Blair Heckman
Matthew C Heim
Amanda Lyn Henderson
Brett Ryan Henley
Jennifer Grissel Henriquez
Alexander Henry
Cedric Ali Hernandez
Elias Francisco Hernandez
Jason Anthony Hernandez
Jazmin Yurani Hernandez
Miguel Angel Hernandez
Jessica Paige Hersey
Bruce John Hicks
Jazmyne Michelle Higdon
Jessica Lee Hill
Zayed Michael Hindileh
Michelle Yen Ho
Johnathan Lopez Hooten
Christopher William Hoover
Candice Dawn Hopkins
Michael K Horila
Meranda Lynne Howell
Brittney Breann Hughley.
-Alycia Icenroad
Cameron Richard Jacks
Corinthian Shanel Jackson
Emily Ann Jackson
Lorenzo Osborne Jackson
Guyrnwattee Jagdeo
Michael Jamwant
Brian Sterling Jansik
Cristian David Jaramillo
Sonia Kaur Jass
Fils Carlo Jean
Kerry Alex Jean
Zacharie Leandre Jermin
Charles Edward Jewell
Ravindra Jobodh
Luis Alberto Jimenez
Anthony Lamar Johnson
Antonio Leon Johnson
Keiann Corlise Johnson
Kyla Ann Johnson
Salina Allene Johnson
Dale Ramone Jones
Donnie Wayne Jones
Joel Jordan
Timothy Masters Keating III
Chelsea LeeAnn Kelly
Joshua Ryan Kelly
Brian Paul Kendrick
Nathaniel Wade Kennington
Martin Luther Kerney
Fazal Insauf Khan
James Riley Kirby


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Kailey Francis Klopfenstein
Kristin Richelle Klopfenstein
Sheldon Kenneth Knowles
Vladlen Kogan
Paul Richard Kuehn
Ashley Natalie Kuhn
Priscilla Ann Lamb
Randall Freddie Lamb
Kaylee June Lane
Alexandria Eliese Latulippe
Tamela Danielle Lavan
Nicholas Anthony Law
Mary Frances Lawrence
Kevin Charles Lawrie
Jenita Jawana Lewis
Michael Anthony Lewis
Craig Anthony Little
Aaron Conrad Litz
Errin Nicole Lloyd
Bryan Allante Lockett
Diana Londono
Kyle Jacobs Long
Vanessa Lynn Lopes
Juliana Lopez
Karen Vanessa Lopez
Natalia Lopez
Amanda Sue Lougheed
Timothy Kyle Luebbert
Christianne Crystal Lutchman
Kaley Lauren Lynn
Federico Augusto Mac Master
Alyssa Anne Maddalena
John R Magee
Robert Michael Magee
Rodney Maingrette
Amanda Mandes
Leandro Marin
Kaitlyn Dawn Martin
Sarah Marie Martin
Esteban Martinez
Ssachy Melanie Martinez
Carmelo Pineda Matias
Krizia Liz Matos Figueroa
Kristine Sue Matthews
Danielle Elizabeth May
Jennifer Lynn McAllister
Berkley K McDowald
Brianna Marie McElvaney
Rachel Marie McKnight
Kimberly McMannen
David Lawrence McNiff
Courtney Anne McRae
Roberto Medero
Elias Medina
Rafaela Margarita Medina
Ryan Patrick Meehan
Marlene Mejias
Darryl Lamar Merchant
Alejandro Merizalde
Kasey Aston Merrigan
Kathiana Mervil
Joseph Gregory Migliori
James Louis Miller
Michael Warren Miller
Daniel Jordan Mogg
Andrew Philip Monk
Christine Lee Montalvo
Robin Tara Moran
Robert Joseph Morello
Benjamin Daniel Morris
Anthony J Morrison
Kyle Patrick Mullen
Vincent Mattias Mullins
David Michael Munden
Adrian Galo Munive
Tammi Lynn Morri Murphy
Fernando Jesus Murrugarra
Rosalyn Cerise Nguyen
Trang Nguyen
Kristina Lashae Nichols
Eric Lionel Nunez
Courtney Elizabeth O'Brien
Jose Javier Ortiz
Jasmine Otero
Andres D Palmer


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Jaclynn Lee Passero
Zacharey Wayne Peeler
Gabriel Peguero
James Maurice Pender
Denise Perdomo
Idalia Perez
Zikirich Perez
Jonathan Ravindra Persaud
Chelsea Renee Peterson
John Cameron Petty
Phogneunh Phanouvong
Michael Pisciottano
Marshaye Nicole Pollard
Shoubert Polynice
Revecca Ponce
Stephanie Louise Poston
Timothy Dwayne Pridgen
Dana'Justin Proulx
Chanel Marisa Rambhacus
Dylan Anthony Ramirez
Nalini Devi Ramlochan
Brandon Jeromy Ramlogan
Erbey Manuel Ramos
Juan Manuel Rangel
Matthew Alan Raulerson
Gary Rausch
Kristin Nicole Rawles
Emeko Laquesha Rawlings
Tivanne A Rawls
Biancha Raymonvil
Sharina Renea Reddick
Daniel Marc Reed
Stephen Patrick Reed
Janarris Deshawn Respress
Clarion Reyes-Rodriguez
Natasha Nicole Riedel
Edlyn I Rivera
Juan Carlos Rivera
Vanessa Noelle Rivera
Gary Davis Roach
Lucie Aileen Robinson.
Shayna Faith Rochell
.Ricardo Aramis.Rodriguez
Christian Roman
Alexandra Marie Rosado
Joanna Rueda
Lucina Sarahi Ruiz.
Kayle Scott Russell
Kevin Salcedo
Mariam Samih
Salem Erica Salinas
Christine Fay Samuels
Vanessa San Miguel
Christopher Daniel Sandberg
Stephanie Santa
Jayson Santiago
William Alexander Santiago
Marie Jeanette Sapper
Tarin Rae Scarbrough
Brett Adam Schlosser
Ashley Lorianne Schnacky
Cassendre Elizabeth Ann
Schoenauer
Aaron Scott
Kevin Charles Scripter
Michael Adam Serrano
Jessica Marie Shedrick
Melanie Sicard Thomas
Craig Siegfried
Stephen Marco Silguero
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Brooke Leaf Sims
Kyra Gean Sims
Megan Sinaswee
Cindy Singh
Melanie Singh
Parveen Singh
Roy Skiles
Shalonda Pleshette Sloan
Aubrey Ona-Noel Smith
Austin Toliver Smith
Connor Lynne Smith
Danita Smith
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Kenneth James Smith


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Collin David Solomon
Drew Kirkpatric Solomon
Melissa Sookdeo
Sufyaan M Sopariwala
Gabriel F Sopena
Justin Gregory Stamper
Kristin Monika Stamper
Steven Douglas Starling
Stephanie Michael Sterns
Alexis Simone Stewart
Jason Aaron Streit
Matthew Lee Strickland
Brittany Marie Stuart
Lourine Suldan
Joshua Sullivan
Brett Erick Summers
Cassandra Suzanne Sustik
Andrea Swift
Cassie Silver Swift
Paulette Loresa Sykes
Joel Evan Szasz
Ryan G Talbot
Joseph Michael Tatavitto
James Tate
Omari Tate
Cornelius Laquan Taylor
Jared Taylor
Justin Tellez
Emmanuel Thomas
Ashley Marie Thompson
Khari Roy Thompson
Amy Marie Thomson
Jamie Alexander Tibbs
Larry Wayne Tillis
Nadia Timol
Alejandra Torres
Jennifer Amaris Torres
Kerese Kayon Traille
Bret Eliot Turnage
Jennifer Ashley Updike
Jessica Amber Updike
Stevenson Bernard Upshaw
Kayshla Valle
Kevin Scott Van Wie
Chelsea Ann Vanderjagt.
Brittany Marie Varga
Tiffany Jasmine Vasquez
Aslec Vazquez
Gabriel Vazquez
Jesuel Vazquez
Stephanie Vazquez
Stephanie Pagan Vazquez
Zoeniete Ivette Vega
Roxana Carolina Velez
Vanessa Carolina Velez
Jahiedy Vinas
Latasha Denise Vinson
Erin Doreen Volan
Anna Elizabeth Walker
Assyria Marne Walker
Scott Christopher Walter
Vanessa Marie Ware
Latoria Washington
Zawana Patrice Washington
Jesse Lane Watkins
Kyle Anthony Watters
Samantha Nicole Whisler
Kabreka Brosha White
Felisha Williams
G Arie Shonquisha Wilson
Shalonda Fay Winchester
Michael James Wingate
Brandon Lee Wise
Jonathan Paul Wolff
Kiera Sade Wright
Melissa Irene Wright
Merriteres Annise Wright
Nareisha Wright
Damaris Zapatero
Jose Vicente Zelaya
Miriam R Ziyani
Vanessa Ziyani


.. 1625 South' Beulah Road, Winter Garden,.. Florida 34787


Leah Hoffmann


Congratulations on all your
accomplishments now and to come.
Love,
Mom


To thie I'est Orange High Class ot 2007,.

I goter mny sincerest congrandations. ) ont have grown in knoll ledge. mnanirirv and compassion. Now.
(as \oiU stand poised to see k vour own unique destinies, oui must carry with You all \von have learned
(aid become and build on it.
Take 'voui kno\ ledg~i e and expand upon it. Learniin, i'eer stops. Keep on open mind, for it is i as-
iest to fill with all the knowledge of a constantly chan.iging wIorld. ,\et er stop leantini. L
Take \our inatiuitV aiid rel upon it. Your education and e.\periences have endowed y'ou with
mioralirt. honor and i/itegritv. \1l'7en fiiced with lii' 's difficult choices. trust in ltheise qualities. Their
gulitdance is un tlfarlicin,.
Take our compassion and act upon it. The i'world is a wondrous place filled with adventure. dis-
coverT anid beaurt'. But war, povcrt. violence also exist in it. iou cannot turn a blind eve to it. Nor
calin you see it cl/ar/lv and do nothing.
I challenge yoU to unite the wealth of your knowledge, /the wisdom of your maturity and th/e soul
of your compais.sioin and impact thie wororldr the better. \lihatel'cr obstacles \oii encounter, never
lose 'Your resolve. Reienmber, moniul mental ichant,(e happens one persoit ai a time. Be a person wi/ho
afets5 chiani e.
Ironically, this tinu of year is the happiest and saddest I experience. I rejoice in all that each of
you has accomplished. But, it is a bittersweet ijoy. for now Y'ol must leave liUest Orange High and
those otfus who care so deeply about vyou. A.-la\'s remember thii lessons Yvol have learned here and
know that wherever /life takes youi. vot will always' be a I'arrior

Dr. Daniel C. Buckman
a Bun


Evan Alexander Paterson
Evan, you have grown into a fine, young man,
and made us laugh along the way. Keep on
keeping on. Lots of happiness in the future.
Love,
Mom and Dad


Chris Hoover
Congratulations, Chris!
We are very proud of you.
Good luck at UCF.
Love,
Mom, Dad, Ashley, Kaylee, Sandy and Casey

WETOAN1


Caitlin Mary Shepherd
You did it!!!!
We are so proud of all
your accomplishments.
Love,
Momma, Daddy, Jordan, Jillian,
Nana, Momma-Sue and Paw-Fred
FOUNDAION Ci AD


Kyle Long
Congratulations. Kyle Long. We are very
proud of you. Best wishes to you in your
college future.
Pop-0, Jojo and Aunt Tammy


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Thursday, May 17, 2007 The West Orange Times 15B


AMANDA ACKLEY
SPENCER ADAMS
WILLIAM VERNON ADAMS
SHANA AIKEN
MARIO ANTONIO ALICEA
FELICIA NICOLE ALLEN
JESHSENIA ALMARAZ
TONY ALVAREZ
SABRINA ANDREWS
GASTON ANGLADE
ARIYELL MAKA APO
SARAH ARDIS
KEVIN ARIAS
DAVID CHARLES AUBRY
JEREMY BAKER
DARREN BANKS
SHANNON BATES
COURTNEY BAXTER
TINA BELL
NICHOLAS BERGER
ALICIA BEWRY
BARRY LEO BLACKMAN
ANNA MARIE ELAINE BLAIR
ADAM BLOUGH
TIONNA MARIE BOOKER
EMILY BROOK BORKOWSKI
KATELYN BOWMAN
SETH BOWMAN
SHAVONDA LORICE BOYKINS
JEFFREY BRADY
MEGAN BRINSON
CANDICE BROWN
ELSA BRUNACHE
LAURA DOROTHY BRYAN
ANDRE GEREL BRYANT
WILLIE BRYANT III
JOY BUSH
CATHERINE BUTLER.
KIARA CABRERA
JOSHUA RAYMOND'CAIN
MICHAEL CAMPBELL
OLIVIA MONET CAMPBELL
LIDIE CANTAVE
JOSE CANTRES
ANNA MARIA CAPUTO
DOMINIQUE EARLETTE
CARTER
MATTHEW CARTER
BRANNON CARWISE
GRISELDA CASANOVA
ISELDA CASANOVA
DIEGO CASILLAS
SHANA CAVINESS LOPER
NOEL MOISES CENTENO
MEGHAN CHAMBERS
KIARRA CHATMAN
LENDL BRAAMS CHERY
ISMAEL CHRISTIAN
ANGEL DENISE CHURCHILL
ERIKA LOUISE CHURCHILL
CHELSEY COKER
DAVID EDUARDO COLLAZOS
SILVANO EGIDIO COLLI
AMARIS TRE'SHAUN COLLINS
LEHMAN CONNOLLY
ALEXA JANAE CORBIN
CHERELLE CAMILLE CORNISH
MATTHEW RYAN CORRIVEAU
BRANDY MARIE
COSCHIGNANO
MICHAEL S. COTE
JENI LEE CREWS
ALEXANDRIA CUNNINGHAM
KRYSTAL DE CURTIS
JOSHUA CZEREPKA
LADARIUS DAILEY
LAURA ELIZABETH DAVIDSON
ANGELA LAUREN DAVIS
ZAIRYLEE DE JESUS
LUIS DELOSSANTOS
SHARITA DHANRAJ,
LACIE DIAZ
ZOE MARIE DIAZ
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JULIE GABRIEL
DAVID GAGE
JENNIFER GAMA
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JEREMY ALLAN GARCIA
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JOSE GARCIA
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NELSON GARCIA
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ANGELA DENISE GLOVER
EVAN GOLDWAITHE
HERMAN LUIS GONZALEZ
LAUREN RUBY GOODMAN
JUSTIN GRIFFIS
STEVEN GUDERYON
LALA CHARLANET GUE
JONATHAN GUIROVICH
BRITTANY MICHELLE HALL
CARYN HALL
TRACY HANKEN
JAMEKA HARLEY
KIERON STEVEN
HARRIPERSAD
RENA HARRIS
TERYN HAWKINS
SIDNEY PAUL HAYES
MICHAEL HAZELL
CHARLES HENDERSHOT
JAMESON HENRIS
ALEXANDER HENRY
LUIS HERNANDEZ
ZABDIEL HERNANDEZ
DIANE HICKS
TIVIA HILL
JOSEPH HOLDER
DEANDRE RAESHARD HOLMES
MICHAEL HORILA
KAISHA HOWARD
HOWANIQUE HOWELL
EMERALD HUDSON
JIMMIE HUGHES .
KEVIN JAIKARAN
ALICIA JARMAN
CHALINE JEAN
RAVINDRA JIBODH
ANGIE JIMENEZ
JANIRIS JIMENEZ
BRIAN JOHNSON
CHEYENNE SIERA JOHNSON
EBONY LASHAY JOHNSON
KEIANN JOHNSON
APRIL NICOLE JONES
CHAD JOUGLARD
NEHEMIE PRISCILE JULES
JAMEKA HARLEY
JASON A. HERNANDEZ
JAZMIN Y. HERNANDEZ
WILLIAM HERNANDEZ
DIANE LATASHA HICKS
TIVIA TAQUISHEA HILL
JORDAN NOELLE HOFSTETTER


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ALICIA JARMAN
JEFF JEAN BAPTISTE
ANGIE JOANNE JIMENEZ
EBONY LASHAY JOHNSON
SHNIDINE JOSEPH
BRENTON AARON KNIGHT
AMANDA KHOOBLALL
KYRSTIN KISPERT
RAVINA KHAN
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LANCASTER
CAROLINA LANGER
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JENNELL LOPER
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ROBERTSON MARC
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AVON MARTIN
DANIELA MARTINEZ
YSAMAR MATOS
KRIZIA LIZ MATOS FIGUEROA
CHRISTOPHER MAXWELL
SHAUNAY LATIA MCCLAIN
ASHATORIA MCGHEE
TIFFANY MICHELLE MCGHEE
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MANCO
CHARDANAY NICOLE
MCWILLIAMS.
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OSCAR MEDINA
KASEY MERRIGAN
PAULE METAYER
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MARQUITA MONROE
ADELA MORENO
JOSIE MOUCHE
KAYLA ELIZABETH MOUNT
JOHN MULLALLY
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ERIKA MARIE NAVARRO
AIYANA NELSON
BRADLEY JAMES NICKEL
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RENET NOEL
JAMEEL NOORMOHAMED
CAROLINE NUNEZ
ELIZABETH ANNE NUNEZ
JASON THOMAS OGLE
JOSE LUIS OQUENDO
DARIUS ORA
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KRISTAL ROSE PARKER
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THOMAS PENA
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JONATHAN PERSUADE
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ANDREW PETERS
GEORGE ANDREW PHERAI
MEGAN PHILLIPS
NICHOLAS PICCOLO
ALANNA PIERLUISSI
ALAN E. PIERRE LOUIS
JOSE EDUARDO PINTO.
VICTORIA POWELL
ARIANYA MARIE PREST
TIFFANY LATISHA PRESTON
CHRISTOPHER QUEIROGA
MELISSA RAMIREZ
STEPHEN REED
JOSEPH REYES .
NYDIA A. REYES
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Joey Giufre.

We are so proud of
all your accomplishments
as you graduate high school.
We thank God for blessing
our family with you, and'
we pray God will continue
to pour out His blessings
on you in your future.
Stay focused and always
remember to put God first
in your life. We love you!

Love,
Mom, Mike, Sammy, Jordan,
Dad, all your grandparents,
aunts, uncles, cousins,
and your godparents.


James Thomas
Griffey III


Tommy,
CONGRATULATIONS!!!
You did it!!
We are ever so proud of you
and your accomplishments!
You have been the pride and joy
of our lives. We wish for you a
successful, adventurous and
prosperous future!
Stay focused and enjoy
everything that life has to offer!
God bless our son and guide him.

All our love to you!
Mom and Dad


Gabriel Jesse
Santiago


Congratulations,
Gabriel J. Santiago.
We love you anid
are very proud of you.
Good luck at
Florida Atlantic University.-
Remember to work hard
and stay smart.


Love,
Mom and Dad


Emily Blair Heckman


'This is our %k ih hor you.
Comfort on difficult dJ) s,
smiles when sadne.ss intrudes,
rainbow sl to follo:. the clouds.
laughter to kjss .:our lips.
sun-ets to a.rm .\our heart,
hug.s %hen spirits sag.
beauty for sour ees to see.
Inendshjip to brighten our being.
fanh .- trh.jt .u cjn believe.
Lonfidenriie t,-r a hen ,ou doubt.l,
courage t0 know '%ui elf and
LOVE to :c:'pleie ,our lite


Mom and Dad


Breann and Brittney
Nuckoles



You did it!

Wishing you the
best of everything in
the years to come.

We love you dearly,
Mom, Bob, Robbie,
Tymbre and Gracie


Lester T. Bailey II


"Congratulations, Lester"
You make us very proud
to be parents!

"May your future be filled
with lots of Happiness in all
you Do!" (Math:6:33)

We Love You!
Mom, Dad and
Your Lil' Sister Kendra


iL~IEL.. I


STEPHEN REYES
CLARION REYES-RODRIGUEZ
PATRICIA RICHARDSON
HECTOR RIVERA
JONATHAN RIVERA
MARISON RIVERA
YIBEN DIMARI RIVERA
TERRANCE ALAN ROBERSON
ASHLEY ROBERTS
ANTHONY ROBINSON
CARLICIA CHYKIRA
ROBINSON
ADALISA RODRIGUEZ
ELIE ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ
LYNETTE RODRIGUEZ
MARCELINO RODRIGUEZ
STEPHEN ROGERS
DWAYNE CORTNEY ROLLE
CARMEN ROSAS
SHATORRIA ROSS
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TASHA LYNN ROUNDTREE
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LUCINA S. RUIZ
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GABRIEL SANCHEZ
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JONATHAN SCHERER
SARA NOEL SCRIPTER
EMILY ANN SHELLEY
ALEJANDRA SIERRA
NICOLE S. SIMMS
DANIELLE ELIZABETH SMITH
GEMMA GEORGIANE SMITH
GABRIEL SOPENA'
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Bringing written language, God's Word to Papua New Guinea village


By Amy Quesinberry

Lisa Kappeler's e-mail to friends is not the typical for-
warded joke or link to a youtube video. Her correspon-
dence usually includes a couple of prayer requests and
some praises for prayers answered; a funny story, maybe
about being served a grisly hunk of pig spine or traveling
down river in a mud-patched canoe; a few lines of Scrip-
ture; and an update on how she's coming along with the
orthography of the previously unwritten Uriai language.
Kappeler is nearing the end of her six-month furlough
in the United States and will return this summer to the
Wabuku village she has called home for three years. The
1985 West Orange High School graduate and former Ocoee
resident is a missionary in Papua New Guinea with New
Tribes Mission.
Her ultimate goal with NTM is to present the people
with a written Bible and to help establish a church there.
But first, she and her team had to create a written version
of this language and they had to come up with an al-
phabet.
The 17 letters of the Uriai alphabet a, b, d, e, f, i, k,
m, n, o, r, s, t, u, w, y and ae might not look like much,
but for Kappeler and.her team, this is monumental.
In her late August 2006 edition of her e-mailed Kap-
peler Kronicles, she writes: "It is the foundation for liter-
acy, a milestone in our work here in Wabuku ohe step
closer to literacy...translation...teaching. The future
Wabuku church of believers.
'"This was worth.. .the hours and sweat that went into an-
alyzing sounds to get them into a usable alphabet."

Living among the villagers
The Uriai people (she calls them nationals) are animists,
Kappeler said, and they believe there are evil spirits in ev-
erything and that they must constantly manipulate those
spirits to stay healthy, to grow a prosperous garden, to
shoot a pig. They believe they were hatched from a bird'
and all the various clans come from different birds.
There are numerous gods in animism, she said, and the
goal of New Tribes Mission is to introduce the villagers
to the Christian religion.
In one update she wrote: "...we heard all the people
yelping and excited similar to when someone's shot a
huge pig but the rejoicing seemed even louder than
normal for even that.., .Men from a nearby village of Hela
Dila had killed the sanguma man (a witch doctor) shot
him with arrows then finished him off with a machete and
left him on the trail.
"The people were so excited they were clapping, a
few were dancing and they were all talking and so excit-


The Uriai people have become like family to Lisa Kappeler, a mission-
ary with New Tribes Mission in Papua New Guinea.


ed that this man had been killed. I almost started crying as
I watched them; I actually had to hold the tears in.
"The enemy has deceived them so well, and they don't
have a clue. They really think that if all the sanguma men
were killed, they could walk about freely without fearing
sickness or death."
This is why Kappeler is there. She wants the people to
hear the gospel, to know that there is comfort in God's
Word and there is salvation.
"A lot of people are asking for missionaries; they see
what's happening in other villages," she said. "Ultimate-
ly, they want the cargo that comes with us, and that's re-
ally what they're looking for machetes, pots and pans,
salt. They're really wanting that more than God.
"They just want uts to set up a whole welfare system,
handing out batteries as much as we can as often as we can,"
she said.
"What we see is that the cargo is what the Lord uses to
get us in there and then we're able to talk truth and to
teach and give them the word of God in their language."
When asked to sum up her observations about the vil-
lagers, she said: "The Uriai people are just like us. People
are people they're curious. Some are smart, some are
slower than others, some are probably more clever than we
are. They've not been taught to be logical, and they have
no education, but that doesn't mean they're not smart.


They know trails like we know highways... .They do live
in a more primitive setting, and the lack of education makes
them seem illogical, but they are teachable, and many are
very creative in terms of problem-solving."

What's in a day?
A typical day for Kappeler is so foreign to us. It could
include taking a two-hour canoe ride from the local airport
(which is really.a grasv,\ airstrip), being awakened by the
villagers' heart-breaking death wail when a child dies,
suffering with her own bout of malaria. She has participated
in many culture/language and phonemic workshops and has
analyzed grammar and discourse features.
She lives in a duplex with the team's other single wom-
an, Californian M'Liss Spero. They collect rainwater from
their tin roof for cooking and bathing. They share a freez-
er but have their own refrigerators. They have limited
power through solar panels and batteries that keep their com-
puters running. The missionaries don't have Internet or
cell phone service, but they can receive and send e-mail
over a high-frequency radio.
Wabuku is in the west central Sepik region of Papua
New Guinea. The village is one of three that make up the
Uriai people.
"We're in the lowlands area, pure swamplands," she
said.


Paving the path for missionary work
When Kappeler was a student at West Orange High
School, she was not a church-goer.
"I never went to church; we didn't even go on Christ-
mas and Easter," she said.
She was introduced to religion in her 20s through a
boyfriend and ultimately found a church she connected
with. This decision would completely change the course
of her life.
Her church hosted missionaries from New Tribes Church
who spoke about people who had no Bible in their lan-
guage. After hearing this, Kappeler was challenged.
"They had no one telling them about Christ. I knew that
the word of God had changed my life, and without a Bible,
how could they have their life changed?
"I felt like the Lord wanted me to do this," she said.
She began a series of Bible lessons, cross-cultural tran-
sition and language school before taking several short-
term missionary trips to Papua New Guinea with high
school and college-age students in 2000 and 2001. In 2002,
she served there for a year, taking over for someone on fur-
lough.
She moved to the Sepik region of New Guinea in 2003,
and the following year she moved into the tiny village she
now calls home.

Returning to the field
Once the New Guinea government completes the pro-
cess of renewing work permits and entry visas for about
440 missionaries, Kappeler will return to Wabuku. She's
hoping to be there within a month.
Kappeler feels a closeness to the villagers that is more
akin to a family connection than friendships. She has
missed them.
She's also anxious to begin working on translating the
Bible, then the team can start teaching lessons to the tribe
members.
"The best part is that one day they will see truth and not
have to live in fear and darkness anymore," she said.
"I long for the day when my friends here know that He
is God and that He's worthy of their trust," she wrote in
one of her earlier e-mails.
In addition to sharing the stories of the Bible, the mis-
sionaries will teach residents how to read and write their
own language.
Once the church is established, Kappeler said, the team
will move out.
"We don't want to make them dependent on us," she
said. "We want the church to be fully functioned with the
Holy Spirit working in their lives."


An aerial shot of the Wabuku village shows the tin-roof houses the missionaries live in. The villagers and
missionaries rely on the river for transportation.


Children often crawl up on Kappeler's lap.


Lisa Kappeler (2nd from right) poses with other workers on her team, I-r: Elias
and Jose Struik (with their sons, Jefta and Tomas) from the Netherlands and
M'Liss Spero of California.


Villagers react when Kappeler shows them their language in written form.









2C The West Orange Times Thursday, May 17, 2007


Sports


Ocoee tennis MVP to return home to Holland I


Simone Huiberts came to Ocoee
High last August from Amsterdam,
Holland. Although she already had
enough credits for a high school diplo-
ma in her home country, Huiberts
wanted to spend a year as a foreign
exchange student in America and im-
prove her English language skills.
"I was surprised to see so many dif-
ferent cultures in one school," Huib-
erts said of her first impression of
Ocoee High.
Huiberts recently finished the ten-
:nis season as the Lady Knights No. 2
singles players and part of the No. 1
doubles team. She won three match-
es this season in singles play and was
twice named Subway Player of the
Week. Huiberts picked up Ocoee
High's first-ever district point by win-
ning her first-round match at the dis-


trict tournament.
Coaches named Huiberts MVP of
the Ocoee varsity girls tennis team.
"In a word, sportsmanship," Assis-
tant Coach Irene McWhorter said in de-
scribing Huiberts. "She gave a strong
effort in every match and did it with
a smile on her face. She will truly be
missed next year."
Huiberts said she will miss her
friends at Ocoee when she returns to
Amsterdam in June.
"The close relationships I made with
the other teammates are something I
won't forget," she said.
Upon returning home, Huiberts
plans to attend college and study
tourism. The Ocoee High family
would like to thank Huiberts and wish
her the very best as she takes memo-
ries and leaves many behind in Ocoee.


Holy Family girls win 3rd straight volleyball championship
The Holy Family community would
like to congratulate a group of student-
athletes who will be graduating from the
school. The varsity girls volleyball a .'
team captured its third consecutive -
championship this spring. The Ladyf
Lions took the title by defeating for- 4 l -
mer No. 1-ranked Annunciation :ta'


Academy.
The Holy Family eighth-grade team-
mates won the junior varsity champi-
,pnships in 2005 and 2006 as sixth- and
seventh-grader,, respectively.
. During the team's three-year reign,
the roster has included Sally Azer,
Kristen Burket, Chelsea Costa,
Stephani DioGuardi, Taylor Flemion,
Charlotte Katheder, Amanda LaPorte,
Kell McCauley, Jennifer Miranda,
iMadison Monserez, Stephanie Ober-
weger. Christine Onderick and Court-
ney \ agner.
"\Vith great serving, precise tech-
nique. powerful hits, quick feet and
smaiT decisions on the court, this group
of ladies dounmated middle school vol-
leyball." said Sister Dorothy Sayers,
principal of Holy Family Catholic
School. "Throughout the tournament
and season, the communication, con-
stant rotation and hustle showed how
well-coached, intelligent and poised
these student-athletes truly are."


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Celebrating with their championship trophy are Holy Family varsity vol-
leyball teammates (1-r): kneeling, Stephanie Oberweger, Kelli McCauley,
Kristen Burket, Taylor Flemion; standing, Madison Monserez; Chris-
tine Onderick, Amanda LaPorte, Chelsea Costa, Courtney Wagner,
Stephani DioGuardi and Charlotte Katheder.


The Dr. Phillips High varsity boys volleyball team (26-4) celebrates on the court with their runner-up trophy
at last weekend's state championships.

DP volleyball is runner-up for state title


The Dr. Phillips varsity boys vol-
leyball team capped a tremendous
season by finishing as runner-up at
last weekend's state championships.
DP closed out its season with a
school-best 26-4 record after falling
to defending champ Boca Raton
Spanish River 25-20, 25-16, 25-14 in
the finals. It was the final game for
seniors Tanner Wright, Marcos
Waissmann, Ray Pinney, Basem
Elkhatib, Joe Eslait, Jarol Lao, Mitch
McKie and Brian Gilliam.
The Panthers entered the state tour-
nament with an 11-match winning
streak and as the No. 1-ranked team
in Central Florida.
DP earned a spot in the state tour-
nament with last week's 25-15, 25-
12,25-20 victory over Boone. Waiss-
mann led the way with 10 kills, 7
blocks and 6 digs. In the state quar-
terfinals, the Panthers defeated
Wellington 25-18, 25-18, 25-18. Dr.
Phillips advanced to the title match
by defeating Miami Coral Park 25-
14, 25-16, 25-23.in the semifinals.
The Dr. Phillips football team will
host Timber Creek for its spring game
this Friday, May 18, at 7:30 p.m. At
halftime, the school will honor the
boys volleyball team. Admission is
$5.
The Lady Panther varsity girls soc-
cer team held its annual banquet last
week. Coaches presented Martha
Taboas with the MVP and defensive
MVP awards, while Holly Hudson
and Alexis Garrand shared offensive


MVP honors. Also taking home
awards were Stephanie Pancotto
(most improved), Sarah Almaguer
(most consistent), Ashley Oldham
(mental toughness) and Ruth Joseph
(team-first award).
Matt Koch (Class of 2007) of the
Panther varsity baseball team has
committed to play baseball for the
Florida Institute of Technology in
Melbourne. Koch plans to major in
Marine Biology.
DP baseball alumnus Nick Carris
(Class of 2004) has garnered all-dis-
trict honors at Nova University. As a
relief pitcher this year, Carris had a 5-
2 record with a 2.18 ERA, 36 strike-
outs and 4 saves.
Congratulations to Katherine Ad-
ham of the DP swim and dive team
for signing a diving scholarship last
week with Florida State University.
Adham finished runner-up at the state
meet and garnered All-Central Flori-
da and All-Orange County honors this
year.
The Dr. Phillips boys golf team will
host a fund-raising tournament at
MetroWest on Sunday, May 20. For
more information or to register, con-
tact Coach Scott Drabczyk at
drabczs@ocps.net.
Dr. Phillips High was set to host its
Athletic Awards and Hall of Fame
ceremony on Wednesday, May 16,
at 6:30 p.m. The school will honor
select student-athletes and induct
alumni Tiffany Cook and Doug
Gabriel into the\DP Athletic Hall of


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Fame.
DPHS will be offering athletic
physical on Tuesday, May 29, at 6
p.m. in the school gymnasium. All
students wishing to participate in sum-
mer conditioning or tryouts during
the 2007-08 school year must have a
physical. Forms are available in the
main office (Room 100) and in the
athletic training room (618). The
physical is valid for one full year. The
cost of each physical is $20.


DP's Katherine Adham (center) signed a diving scholarship last week with Florida State University. Join-
ing her at the signing ceremony are her parents, Rich and Kay Adham.


warrior Daseball honors seniors
The West Orange High baseball program held its annual banquet and said farewell to its graduating seniors
last week. The 2007 Warrior varsity baseball team went 25-2, the best record in school history. Gathered
at the banquet are seniors (1-r): kneeling, Paul Kuehn, Gary Rausch, Robbie Flynn, Joey Burkhalter; stand-
ing, Nathan Hartman, Coach Adam Miller, Head Coach Jesse Marlo, Coach Jim Karr, Daniel Mogg, Craig
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MG Tennis sinies finalists
Runner-up Fabricelyrtil (left) and 1st-place winner Sebastian Pulido faced off in the finals of the MG Ten-
nis men's A-divisiom-house singles league. Pulido defeated Myrtil 6-4, 3-6, 1-0 (10-5) for his 2nd consecutive
1st-place trophy. Mi Tennis' flexible singles leagues for men, women and juniors is now beginning its sum-
mer season. For mre information or to register, call 407-254-9170 or log onto www.mgtennis.com.


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OARS placesB boats at state championship
The Orlando Ara Rowing Society (OARS), which is made up of more than 100 high school students,
placed eight of ii boats at the State Championship Regatta recently. Celebrating with their 1st-place tro-
phy are JV8 teannates (1-r): front row, Mary Katherine Vahle, Allison Welch, Laura Clausen, Sarah Parinel-
la; back row, Ca Vause, Calena Illean, Tania Gonzales, Karyn Clausen and Ali Moore. Girls JV8 placed
first, while boys /8, girls Varsity 8 and girls 3rd 8 each finished runner-up. Boys Varsity 8 and freshman
8 took home 4tlhlace finishes. Boys 3rd 8 placed 5th and boys lightweight 4 took 6th place.


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Marcel Williams became Ocoee High's first student-athlete to earn a 4-year basketball scholarship w6en
he signed last week with Austin Peay State University. Gathered at the signing ceremony are (1-r): seat d
Effie Williams, Marcel Williams; standing, Athletic Director Bill Chambers, counselor Devyani Balladin, Ai-
sistant Principal George Morse and Head Basketball Coach Greg Shirley.

Ocoee runners place at state championships


Alyssa Burkert and Lutrisha Altidor
stood out for Ocoee High at the state
championship track and field meet.
Burkert placed 4th in the 1,600m, while
Altidor finished 10th in the 400m.
The Ocoee football team will play the
rival West Orange Warriors for the
spring jamboree game this Friday, May
18, at 8 p.m. at WOHS.
Marcel Williams became the first
Ocoee High varsity basketball play-


er to earn a four-year basketball schol-
arship when he signed last week with
Austin Peay State University.
Ocoee High held its spring sports
banquet recently. The following stu-
dent-athletes were honored for having
their team's top GPA Cory Berns-
tine (varsity baseball), Connor Tidmus
(J.V. baseball), Krista Dukes (flag foot-
ball), April Tarpley (J.V. flag football),
Jared Sanders (boys lacrosse), T.J.


Hough (girls lacrosse), Ashley Hindes
(varsity softball), Ashley Clark (J.V.
softball), Brian Barnett (boys tennis,
Meaghan Faletti (girls tennis), Michl.l
Levins (boys track), Kristen Suith
(girls track), Kenneth Eisinger (b6ys
varsity volleyball), Daniel Jacks6rl
(boys J.V. volleyball), Aaron Fan (bfys
water polo), Samantha Aguirre (gilsh
water polo) and Michael Showaltr
(boys weightlifting). 1
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Ocoee High student-athletes celebrate with their awards at the school's spring sports banquet.


Spring Thaig benefits UCP
Local lady tens players put together the Spring Thang tournament recently to benefit United Cerebal Pal-
sy of Central lorida on behalf of teammate Janet Pirino, whose daughter, Annette, has cerebral palsy.
The tournament, sponsored in part by MG Tennis, hosted 32 ladies at Ft. Gatlin Tennis Center. The event
was organizeoy Rochelle Tomooka, Barby Molnar, Cathy Tegeler, Susie Rahimitabar, Roseanne Reyes
and Pirino. Saiantha Pearson and Julie Cipollone defeated Elisa Davis and Hilary Langford 6-4, 6-4 in the
doubles final. gathered nearby the courts are tournament participants along with Janet and Annette Pirino
(at far right). I


Lake Cancto host Orlando Tennis Open Tourney


Lake Cane Tekis Center on Turkey The registration fee to be included
Lake Road and A4 Tennis will host the with the application is $55, and there
Orlando TenniDpen on Thursday, are draw spaces for 128 men and 64
May 17, througHunday, May 20. The women.
entry deadline is'riday, May 11. Prize Entry selection is based on ranking,
money offered J$1,500 for the win- and an alternate list will be available.
ner, $500 for atnalist and $275 for For more information, contact tour-
the semi-finalisimen's division) and nament director Molly O'Brien at 407-
$1,000 for the v mer, $400 for the fi- 254-9170 or Molly@mgtennis.com.
nalists and $1 for semi-finalists Lake Cane Tennis Center is located
(women's divi n). at 5108 Turkey Lake Road, Orlando.


Olympia's kevedo named among elite soccer prospects
Olympia IJh senior Thiago The players were recognized at a
Azevedo was pong a select group banquet last week hosted by the Bue-
of Central Flora high schoolers se- na Vista Corporation and will also be
elected to the Oihdo Sharks Elite 11 introduced at a Sharks home game this
Pro Prospects scer team. fall.
Azevedo wasie only West Orange The Orlando Sharks are an expan-
County native sected on the 11-play- sion team with the Major Indoor Soc-
er boys or girlteams. The Sharks cer League and will open their inau-
named the aw4l recipients after re- gural season this fall at the Amway
viewing more tin 100 nominations. Arena.


WOHS water polo celebrates season
The West Orange High boys and girls water polo teams held their awards banquet last weekend. Award
winners for the 2007 season are (1-r): front row, Kenny Smith and Stefanie Carrier (MVP); middle row, Cody
Canavan and Jennifer (defensive players of the year), Adria Bell and Cameron Milner (most improved), Caitlihi
Bloom and Jacob Smith (rookies of the year); back row, Katie Macqueen and Alex Litz (Ironman awards)
and Andy Palmer and Tiffanie Williams (coach's award winners). Updike was also the recipient of the Bill
Marshall Scholarship.


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


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



Basketball camp this summer at Stetson


The Derek Waugh-Stetson
University boys basketball
camp will be held this summer.
Five different camp sessions
will take place shooting
camp (June 7-9), position camp
(June 9-13), Individual Camp
I (June 18-22), Individual


Camp II (July 29-Aug. 2) and
high school team camp (June
16-17).
For more details, log onto
www.stetson.edu/hoopscamp
or contact Sebastian Singletary
at 386-822-8101 or by e-mail
at ssinglet@stetson.edu.


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


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structor
As a freshman at Charles D. Owen
High School in Black Mountain, N.C,
I played JV basketball and watched
former NBA player Brad Daugherty
lead the varsity team to a state cham-
pionship game. Two years later I was
playing alongside NFL quarterback
and Super Bowl Champion Brad
Johnson. My coaches were Bill Bur-
rows, former assistant to Bobby Cre-
mons at Georgia Tech, and Coach
Bruce Arrowood.
To have two great coaches and two
future All Stars in the NFL and NBA
play at one high school in a five-year
period was incredible. Coaches Bur-
rows and Arrowood built our program
with hard work, patience and consis-
tency. The lessons I learned on and
off the basketball court from these
coaches carried over into my daily
life, spiritual life and into my golf
professional life.
Each day free throw shooting was
part of our daily practice routine.
Coach Burrows was adamant about
taking a deep breath, stepping to the
line, focusing on the front of the rim,
dribbling the ball a certain number of
times and shooting the ball. Each shot
had to be made the same way, with
the same number of dribbles and in
the same amount of time. Coaches
Burrows and Arrowood taught me the
art of the pre-shot routine.
In golf the pre-shot routine is as
important, if not more important, than
the actual golf swing. A great way to
remember the pre-shot routine is to
think of a line, circle and square.
First, before each shot, start behind
the ball and draw an imaginary line at
your feet. From behind the line, you
are allowed to think. It is appropriate
to think of a target, think of a swing
thought, visualize the shot or consid-
er club selection, wind, lie or course
strategy. If you are waiting on the
group ahead, it is appropriate to think
about something unrelated to golf or
to simply talk with a friend. From be-
hind the line the mind can relax, wan-
der or focus, it is up to you.
Now it is time to cross the line and
step into the circle. Once this hap-
pens, the thinking should stop and the
rehearsing begins. Rehearsal swings
are one of the most critical compo-
nents of the pre-shot routine.
Try to feel the shot and lie. Make as
many rehearsal swings as necessary
until the body is completely commit-
ted to the shot at hand. Try to resist
taking a certain number of practice
swings. Remember, in golf each shot
is different and for every shot the club
will be different. Don't step out of
the circle until the feel is established.
Next, step out of the circle and into
the square. Notice how I step into the
square while looking at the target.
Once the other foot is in the square I
will waggle the club, move my weight
from side to side to stay relaxed, look
at the target again and start the swing.
My focus is repeating the feel from
the circle, seeing the target in my
.mind while executing the shot. I am
not allowed to think of mechanics or
my swing thoughts.
Trust is critical to making this rou-
tine work. Without trust in the rou-
tine there is no chance of executing a
good shot even if the swing itself is
sound.
Shooting the foul shot is very much
like teeing off on the first tee ev-
eryone is watching you perform your
routine. This season work on a routine
that is yours and with some time and


Health Central Foundation will
hold its annual golf tournament Mon-
day, June 4, at Keene's Pointe on the
Golden 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 scram-
ble event will begin at 7:30 a.m. The
entry fee is $165 per person and in-
cludes greens fee, cart rental, range
balls and an awards luncheon fol-
lowing play.
For sponsorship opportunities or
individual registration, call 407-296-
1811 or visit the Web site at
www.healthcentralfoundation.org.
Sponsorship rates range from $150


Stoneybrook West Golf Club will
host a golf tournament Saturday, July
28, to benefit the Carson Chorney
Trust Fund.
Called the Courage for Carson Golf
Tournament, the benefit will help de-
fray medical costs for Carson's treat-
ment for nueroblastoma cancer. Car-
son, age 6, is currently in the last ma-
jor stage of a yearlong rigorous treat-
ment for his cancer. He and his fam-
ily are residents in the Stoneybrook
West area.
The tournament will get underway
at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start and fol-


Try the line-circle-square approach
to the pre-shot routine. Before
each shot, start behind the ball and
draw an imaginary line. From this
location, it is appropriate to think of
the target, a swing thought or con-
sider club selection, wind, the lie or
course strategy.


Next, step into the circle. This is
the place for rehearsals. The golfer
should try to feel the shot and the
lie. Don't step out of the circle un-
til the feel is established.


Finally, step out of the circle and
into the square. While looking at
the target, waggle the club, move
your weight from side to side, look
at the target again and then start
the swing.
practice this routine will hold up when
you need it most.
Jon Decker is currently in Ohio
working as the director of instruction
at New Albany Country Club. He will
return the Grand Cypress Academy
of Golf in November for the winter
months. Interested golfers can con-
tact him at JonD@nacc.com or
Jon.Decker@grandcypress. com


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;
Castle and Cooke; Lifestyles Publi-
cations; McKesson, Robbins and
Morton; Prism One; Hilton Grand Va-
cations; 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 Pro-
gram.
For more information, call Ana Fer-
nandez at 407-296-1837.


low a four-person scramble format.
The entry fee is $75 per person and
includes golf, contests, silent auction,
prizes and a barbecue lunch..
Volunteers, sponsors and donations
of prizes and auction items are need-
ed. Sponsorships begin at $200.
To help, call Kathy Fitzpatrick at
407-654-4147 or contact her at
fkathy@cfl.rr.com.
To make a donation to the fund,
send a check payable to the Carson
Chorney Trust Fund to Kathy Fitz-
patrick, 15354 Pebble Ridge St., Win-
ter Garden, FL 34787.


Uaks Drive, in harmony is oternng tree
lunch to golfers playing in the morning.
Those playing before 11:59 a.m.
through May 28 will receive a free lunch,
range balls, bag tag, yardage book, re-
pair tool and tees as part of their greens
fee and cart rental.
The lunch includes any entr6e item


update mommy at www.narmony-
golfpreserve.com under Greenside's
Restaurant, 19th-hole menu.
Players already booked during this
period will also receive the benefit.
For tee times, call 407-891-8525 or
go to the Web site at www.harmony-
golfpreserve.com.


Foundation Academy Touchdown Club plans golf tournament
The Foundation Academy football new equipment for the team.
team and Touchdown Club will host Sponorships are available and range
its first golf tournament fundraiser in price from $100 for a hole sponsor
June 4 at West Orange Country Club to $1,000 for the title sponsor. Each
in Winter Garden. The four-person sponsorship includes advertising ben-
scramble event will begin with a shot- efits. For more information or to reg-
gun start at 8 a.m. followed by a bar- ister, call tournament coordinators
becue lunch at the Lions new football Laura Ingram at 407-877-3239 (e-mrail
field. The festivities include awards ingraml@ocps.net) or Brad Lord at
presentation and auction. 407-758-6736 (e-mail alord2@cfl.rr.


Proceeds will be used to purchase com).


Golfing Fore Autism Tournamentset for June 9 at OCN
The Autism and Related Disabili- alized bag tag.
ties Gym Program Inc. and the Jim There are four hole-in-one prizes:
Beech Rec Center are planning the $10,000, a flat-screen television, do-
third annual Golfing Fore Autism mestic airfare for two and a set of
Tournament for Saturday, June 9, at Nike irons. Sponsorships are avail-
Orange County National Golf Cen- able for $100, $250 and $500 and in-
ter. clude various signage, advertising and
Registration will get underway at player entry fees.
7 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at To register, call Alan Moss at 321-
8 a.m. with a scramble format on the 303-7672 or Jo-Anne Houwers at
Crooked Cat course. 407-234-7456 or send an e-mail to
The cost is $125 per player or $440 moster2@earthlink.net or autism-
for a foursome and includes beer, gymdlaol.com. Proceeds from the
soda, water and cigars, lunch buffet, event will benefit the Autism and Re-
range balls, golf, cart rental, mango- lated Disabilities Gym Program, a
scented towel service and a person- non-profit 501(c)3 organization.

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

Ocoee Golf Assoc. meets on 2nd Thurs. with Sun. golf events


The Ocoee Golf Association, a
group established in 1983 and made up
of golfers of all skill levels, meets the
second Thursday of each month at
7:30 p.m. in the Ocoee Community
Center, near City Hall.
- Tournaments are held the third Sun-
day of each month at 8 a.m. at various


golf courses around the area. Awards
are given for low-gross and low-net
scores in five flights determined by
handicaps. A membership initiation
fee is $10, and yearly dues are $30.
For more information, call 407-656-
2669 or go to the Website at OCOEE-
Golf.TriPod.com.


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


10 a.m. to 2.m., and the cost is $150
per session.
Instructic includes a tour of the
golf course utility, procedures for ar-
ranging tee mres, hitting balls on the
range, puttii, chipping, skills com-
petition, pitting, bunker play, full
swing, shorgame, lunch, rules, eti-
quette, camphirt and on-course play.
Prizes wilbe awarded for course
play. Junior will play a scramble
event, and eat will receive an ID card
for 50 percenrdiscount for range balls
and play for ee with a paying adult.'
For more information and to regis-
ter, call 407-77-8533 or send an e-
mail to info stoneybrookgolf.com.
The club is bated at 15501 Towne
Commons Bkd.


U.S. Marines plan 3rd annual tournament in Clermont


The Marines will land once again
in Central Florida Friday, May 25,
when the Florida Chapter of the Unit-
ed States Marine Corps Combat Cor-
respondents Association holds its
third golf tournament at Sanctuary
Ridge Golf Club (formerly Diamond
Players Club) in Clermont.
The one-day event will feature a
four-person scramble-format begin-
ning at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start.
The entry fee is $75. The fee includes
greens fee, cart rental, lunch follow-
ing the event and range balls before
play.
Trophies will be awarded to the
three lowest team scores.
A hole-in-one will win a year's
membership at Sanctuary Ridge.
There will be a putting contest be-


fore the tournament and prizes for
the longest dve and closest to the
'pin on all pais.
The USMCCA is a unique and
elite band ofztive duty and retired
and former Mrines, seasoned pro-
fessionals in z aspects of mass com-
munication. le association annual-
ly sponsors alerit Award Program
for active du: Marines, a scholar-
ship fund fomembers and depen-
dents of meners, and more recent-
ly, the Wouned Warriors Fund for
Marines injured in Iraq and
Afghanistan. loceeds from the golf
tournament wl be used to support
these program *
For informaon or to register, call
Red Carpenteat 352-688-6720 or
send an e-mailo Jcar@innet.com.


Errol Estates CC to sponsor junior golfamp sessions


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


Gary Ellis irhe club's director of
golf and Melist Burton-Roberge is
the junior campirector and instructor.
Each participit will receive a camp
T-shirt and mit provide his or her
own clubs. The -ogram also includes
a golf exhibitioby PGA Tour player
Bobby Gage.
The club is hated at 1355 Errol
Pkwy., Apopka.'or more information
and. to register, all the golf shop at
407-886-3363 o:.oberge at 832-279-
8776.


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Schools


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The 5th-grade classes at Central Florida Christian Academy got the chance to break away for one last field
trip to Busch Gardens before the end of the school year. Looking forward to being the new students in mid-
dle school are (1-r): Ben Richardson, Cody Meadows, Jeremy Stone, Ben Moore, Tyler Rovnak'and Blake
Nagot.

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These Spring Lake Elementary students were honored for making all A's in the 3rd quinn: Zitlaly Gonza-
lez, Tyler Turner, Cody Allen, Lena Gonzalez, Alexis Johnson, Alexis Rodriguez, Vanessa Zepeda, Mar-
itza Zetina, Jeremiah Colon, Jeremiah Compo, Sierra DeFrancisco, Logan Hall, Jasmine Maldonado, Syd-
ney Mathis, Nick Schifftener, Yarita Arroyo, Alex Ruiz, Shauleah Tibby, Britnee Walters, Tommy Wilson,
Gabriela Castro, Kara Owens, Sebastian Gonzales, Ilyana Adame, Felix Mederos, Jesus Rosas, Ashley
Allen, Carol Castro and Cara Gaillaspie.



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findermere Elementary PTA was selected as the Most Outstanding PTA of Orange County for 2006-07.
'e school earned this honor for the first time in 2004-05. Many factors go into this accomplishment, including
number of events sponsored, school programs, volunteer hours, the newsletter, the electronic newslet-
ind membership. Pictured with OCPS School Board Chairman Karen Ardaman are outstanding PTA
'd members Leslie Hartog, vice president of ways and means; Marsha Rabito, corresponding secretary;
'/ Victor, vice president of student/parent services; Suzy Levi, vice president of communications; and
ny McCarus, president. Not pictured are Kayleen Stroud, recording secretary, and Tanya Cramer,
'jrer. A big thank-you goes to all of the WES PTA committee members and volunteers.


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F Alexandra Ferrer, an
8th-grader at'Chain of
Lakes Middle, was rec-
ognized as a 2006-07
All-American Scholar,
2nd Team recipient by
Pop Warner Little
Scholars. This honor
designates her as being
in the top 2 percent of
applicants academical-
ly. There were almost
400,000 total appli-
cants. Ferrer and her
family are invited to a
special ceremony in
Anaheim, Calif., May
25-26.


Musical Theatre
Summer Camp
The Moonlight Players Warehouse
Theatre in downtown Clermont is
offering a Musical Theatre Summer
Camp. Annie Jr. is for ages 7-10 and
runs Monday-Friday, June 18-30
from 9 a.m. to noon. Grease Jr. is
for ages 11-16 and runs July 23 to
Aug. 4 Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to
noon..
Tuition for each is $250, and the
performance for each is given on the
last day of class. Instructors for the
summer camp are Adrian Ahern and
Rosemary DeMott.
To register, call Demott at 407-
468-5520 or visit www.notjustdan-
ceLLC.com and click on "Contact
us."


Oakland Avenue Charter School 3rd-graders took a field trip to Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum recent-
ly. Standing in the 'World's Largest Tire' are (1-r) Alexis Williamson, Braidyn Tarquino, Kylie Opificius and
Nicholas Merbach.


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faculty hiring, finances or other educational programs typically afforded to all CCS students and faculty.


The 7th-grade Shark Team from Ocoee Middle visited the Pirate's Dinner Adventure recently. The show
introduced students to 15th- and 16th-century Florida history, the founding of St. Augustine, pirate raids and
Indian encounters. Prior to the trip, the captain and his crew visited OMS and delivered to each student a
hardcover copy of 'Treasure Island.'


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The West Orange High Warrior Band held its annual banquet and awards night at the Royal Plaza Hotel
recently. Pictured are (I-r): Robert Krahn, associate band director; Rodney Maingrette, recipient of the Out-
standing Musician Award; Jesus Gonzalez, recipient of the Outstanding Bandsman Award; Ricardo Rodriguez,
recipient of the John Phillips Sousa Award; and David Laniewski, band director.


Lenore Eastham, Thornebrooke Elementary 2nd-grade teacher, and Ann Dobson, media specialist, hon-
ored girls who donated hair to Locks of Love at a breakfast. The Sunshine State book, 'Because ofAnya,'
prompted their enthusiasm to share more than 10 inches of hair each. Locks of Love is a public non-profit
organization that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children suffering from long-term medi-
cal hair loss. Pictured are (l-r): (top row) Erin Lawson, Ashley Wilson, Hannah Hiers, Rachel Hiers, Taylor
Stone, Reece Smith, Alexa Wolber, Alexa Avecilla and Leann Figueroa; (2nd row) Brittany Wendzel,
Shobannah Ali, Mickenzie Gawron, Soumya Sreerama, Yasmin Bacchus, Anneliese Moon, Vanessa Arnold
and Sarah Bogovic; and (3rd row) Morgan McNeally, Ellie Roddy, Andrea Lim, Sarah Elleman, Claire EII6-
man and Paige Knotts.

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West Orange High and Herzing College recently announced the winners of the Herzing Cup Scholarship
Awards. More than 400 students throughout OCPS competed for 11 scholarships, and WOHS students won
5, including the overall winner and 1st recipient of the Herzing Cup. The winners of scholarships were Ran-
dall Seenandan, Kevin Bryant, Gina Cullen, Jamila Scott and Jonathan Ledgerwood. The students were
nominated by business teacher Randolph Waite and the awards ranged from $150 to $300. Cullen was the
overall winner and received a $1,000 scholarship and the trophy. Presenting the awards were Drew War-
ran, president of Herzing College; Kailey Hamilton, Herzing College; and Andrew Jackson and Cindy Haupt,
both assistant principals.

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The preschoolers at First United Methodist Learning Center had a special visit from Annie Gooch, who
played the violin for the children. Pictured are: Katelyn Scott, Tabitha Lane, Morgan Towhsend, Connor Gos-
selin, Lauren Gutierrez, Alex Rogan, Annie Gooch, Emily Dixon, Caroline Davis, Margie Gooch, Halle Peak
and Oz Brooks.

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The Montverde Academy Middle School students who were finalists in the Modern Woodmen of America
School Speech Contest are (1-r): (back row) Taylor Phillips, Tyler Gehr, Andrew Pendergast, Lyndsay Mer-
bach (3rd place), Zakery Cox, Christopher Sutton and Garrett Swanson; and (front row) Michaelle Neff, Gabriela
Barber (1st place), Akshay Naraine, Danielle Pechous, Kailin Kesselring, Katlyn Jones, Roberto Rodriguez
(2nd place) and Soo Yeon Bang.


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The Foundation Academy 3rd- through 8th-graders participated in the Math Olympics recently. The acade-
my would like to congratulate all the students who took part in the event. The students who placed in each
grade level are: 3rd grade, Reilly Lord (1st place, Computation), Alex Conchelos (2nd place, Reasoning)
and Luis Reyes (1st place, Reasoning); 4th grade, Michael Richards (5th place, Computation), Katie Con-
siglio (4th place, Reasoning) and Kyle Donahue (1st place, Reasoning); 5th grade, Don Sandargas (2nd
place, Reasoning); 6th grade, Josephine Liwang (1st place, Computation); 7th grade, Jordan Daley (5th place,
Reasoning) and Shelby Khandasammy (1st place, Computation); and 8th grade, Zack Bichard (4th place,
Reasoning), Jenni Lee (5th place, Computation) and Brandon Alford (2nd place, Computation).


Students from Mrs. Turner's kindergarten class at Lake Whitney Ele-
mentary enjoy the spring weather while learning how planted seeds
grow into plants.


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Ocoee Hig


Ocoee High Principal Mike Armbruster congratulates Mark Lingvall for
winning 3rd place in the Congressional Art Competition held by Ric
Keller in Winter Garden at the Studio, owned by local artist Sue Thomp-
son. Lingvall's work will be displayed in Keller's Orlando office for the
next year.


Ocoee High School congratulates Whitney Wynn (left) and Alanna Pier-
luissi for being chosen the Elks Club Teen of the Month for April and
May. Also pictured is Laura Vittum, who is the scholarship chairman for
the Winter Garden Elks Lodge #2165. The Elks' scholarship program
recognizes 8 seniors, 4 males and 4 females, throughout the year.
Each student selected receives a certificate and plaque and a check
for $50. They also will have the opportunity to receive one of the 2
scholarships for $500 that the Elks offer at the end of the year to' 1
male and 1 female from Ocoee High.


Ocoee High Principal Mike Armbruster congratulates Mikaela Sirju,
who was honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a Presi-
dent's Volunteer Service Award. The award recognizes Americans of
all ages who have volunteered significant amounts bf their time to serve
their communities and their country. The award was presented by the
Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program on behalf of the Pres-
ident's Council orh Service and Civic Participation.


Theater students excel
The Ocoee High Theater Depart-
ment won the following awards re-
cently at the Central Florida Cappies
Gala: Best Musical, You're a Good
Man, Charlie Brown; Sophomore Crit-
ic, Sam Foarde; Sound, Matthew
Whalen; Lighting, Daniel Boisrond;
Best Orchestra (thanks to Mr. Misner,
Mr. Hendricks and Mr. Lamos); Male
Vocalist, Jethro Gerbier; Comic Actor


in a Musical, Foarde; and Comic Ac-
tress in a Musical, Kristin Jimenez.
Also, Featured Actor in a Play, Ar-
mando Rivera; Featured Actor in a
Musical, Shay Bradford; Featured Ac-
tress in a Musical, Camellia Trubins-
ki; Best Song, Beethoven Day; and
Cameo Actor in a Musical, Donnie
Lane.
Wade Hair is the theater director for
OHS Troupe 6893.


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Ocoee High School congratulates
the 8 seniors who have been se-
lected for the Knights of the Round
Table for the 2006-07 school year.
The Winter Garden Elks Lodge
#2165 sponsors this program. The
Elks' program recognizes 8 se-
niors (4 males and 4 females)
monthly throughout the year. Each
student selected receives a cer-
tificate and plaque and a check for
$50 and has an opportunity to re-
ceive one of 2 scholarships for
$500 that the Elks offers at the end
of the year to 1 male and 1 female
student chosen from the monthly
winners. Pictured are (l-r, in front)
Laura Vittum of the Winter Garden
Elks Lodge #2165, Wendy Gua-
jardo, Alanna Pierluissi, Whitney
Wynn and (in back) Stephen Bass,
Bryan Gordon, Amanda Dagiau
and Marcel Williams. Not pictured
is Sam Walker.


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Windy Ridge Spring Fling, the annual fund-raiser, included a carnival,
dinner, silent auction with themed baskets and a drawing room. The
evening was a fun night for WRS families. Pictured are Principal Sarah
Concepcion and Robert Kaplan.



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


Cathy Errion's 2nd-grade class at Maxey Elementary are doing a math'
lesson on capacity. Pictured are Summer Nieves (at right) and Dylon
Romano.


Conservation Contest
Maxey Elementary third- and
fourth-graders entered the Winter
Garden Water Conservation T-shirt
Contest recently. Tayneisha John-
son, third grade, and Jovan Jones,


fourth grade, had their designs se-
lected as winners.
The students were honored by the
city of Winter Garden and received a
certificate and a T-shirt with the win-
ning design.


The Whispering Oak Elementary PTA hosted a child safety presenta-
tion at its May meeting entitled 'No Child Should Be at Risk: Preven-
tion Works.' Pictured are (1-r) Suzanne Telan from the National Center
for Missing & Exploited Children and Erin Hughes, PTA president.


I B y M a d o s


Bay Meadows Elementary DARE essay winners are Julianne Bickerton, Harry Stecher, Erika Harris and
Benjamin Mueller-LeClerc.


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If your child is feeling lost in the system, at the Crenshaw School
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Dr. Phillips High sophomore Elise Levesque won the Award of Excellence in the Senior Division for the Flori-
da PTA's Reflections Program for her musical composition. Her song will go on to represent the state of Flori-
da at the National PTA level. Senior Ted Henderson earned an Award of Merit for his musical composition
by the Florida PTA. The Reflections Program offers a venue for creative students to showcase their talents
in the arts. Presenting the awards to Levesque and Henderson was DPHS PTSA representative Lynn Irby.
Olm/i


Olympia High school honored the freshman class at an awards ceremony hosted by Principal Jenny Gib-
son-Linkh. The freshman students who received straight A's, Top 10 percent, Top 10 students and the
Principal's award received certificates, and the Principal recipients were awarded with a plaque. Five fresh-
man students received the Principal award: Kayla Shoener, Isabel Perera, Mathew Desir, Travis Helton and
Devon Price. Pictured, I-r, are Gerry and Mary Margarette Helton with their son, Travis Helton (Principal's
Award and Top 10 percent), Kayla Shoener (Principal's Award, Straight A's, Top 10 percent) with her par-
ents, Tamie and Randy Shoener.


KATHLEEN BENDER
Mrs. Bender retires
After 45 years of faithful service in
the teaching profession including
teaching at Calvary Christian School
since 2000 Kathleen Bender is re-
tiring.
She graduated from South Salem
High, Salem, Ore., in 1958. She re-
ceived a bachelor's degree in elemen-
tary education from Bob Jones Univer-
sity, where she was selected the "Ele-
mentary Student Teacher of the Year."
Shemarried Ken Bender in 1962 and
began her teaching career at Blythe El-
ementary in Greenville, S.C.
Between 1963 and 1978 she was in-
volved with her husband in a church-
planting ministry in Eyemouth, Scot-
land. She taught seven Bible classes a
week with children ages 4 to the teen
years. She also taught DVBS classes,
worked at summer camps, provided
housing for eight university students
each summer, taught a weekly wom-
en's Bible study and served as church
organist. She also gave birth to five chil-
dren during this time.
When her husband was diagnosed
with muscular dystrophy in 1971, they
had to leave Scotland because of his
weakening condition, the weather and
the terrain. They settled in Hialeah,
where Kathleen taught first grade at
Dade Christian School from 1978-1984.
During that time she was voted "Ele-
mentary Teacher of the Year" by her
peers.
Her husband took a pastorate at a
church in Decatur, Ala., from 1985-
2000. While in Decatur, Kathy taught
fifth grade at Grace Baptist School. She
later taught at Cornerstone Christian
School, where the 1992 yearbook was
dedicated in her honor.
When her husband became more
confined to a wheelchair, he left the
pastorate and the couple settled in Win-
ter Garden.
After 45 years of service, Kathleen
believes it is time to "pass the baton" to
the younger generation. She will be
missed by faculty and students alike.
As the yearbook dedication stated,
Kathy is a "...pastor's wife, mother and
teacher...an example of a virtuous
woman.... Even with her busy schedule,
she is always ready to lend a helping
hand."


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Fifth-grade students at Ocoee Elementary received firsthand training
in team building and survival during their overnight campout at YMCA
Camp Winona. The outdoor education program was made up of a se-
ries of initiative problems, trust exercises and challenge elements. Each
activity was designed to promote problem solving, leadership, teamwork
and trust. Pictured are Justin Krauss and Kyle Tursky learning how to
gather materials to build a campfire.

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Twenty-five 3rd- and 4th-grade students at Dillard Street Elementary
won Successmaker Awards.


Student successes
Students at pillard Street Elemen-
tary are enrolled in the Successmak-
er Program. This is a computer-based
program that helps students with prac-
tice in both reading and math skills.
Students have specifically designed
programs based on their ability. The dif-
ficulty levels move as the student mas-
ters a skill or needs remediation in a
specific skill.
As students progress through each
task, they are given scores and then
are assigned teacher-set goals to
achieve. Twenty-five third- and fourth-
graders surpassed their goals and
were awarded medals for their
achievement in reading and/or math.
The school is proud of these out-
standing students.
Special Area Night '
DSES Special Area Night was held
recently, and the teachers extend a
big thank-you to all the first- and sec-


ond-grade families who attended. The
chorus and ORFF students opened
the evening with a concert, and stu-
dent artwork was displayed throughout
the cafeteria.
After a light snack was served, fam-
ilies had the opportunity to visit mu-
sic, art, physical education, science
lab, math lab and the media center.
Each teacher explained the details of
the program and families participated
in hands-on activities.
It was a fun-filled evening, thanks
to all who helped make it such a huge
success.
Last day of school
The last day of school will be Tues-
day, May 22. Students are not to bring
backpacks on the last day.
The first day of school for the 2007-
08 school year will be Monday, Aug. 20.
Every student is encouraged to read,
write and practice math skills during
the summer.


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Winter Garden, FL 34787
One block north of Plant St.
407-656-1135
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Sunday. Schedule: '

Contemporary Services 9:00am
Sunday School 10:15 am

Traditional Worship Services 11:15 am
Youth TNT 5:00pm


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I Cntrl Foria Pep


Justice Augustin, Alex Ithau and Elon Rectorin Mrs. Ferguson's kinder-
garten class at Citrus Elementary celebrate the letter M by sorting and
graphing their M&Ms.


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Children of the Messiah Preschool had a Mother's Day Tea recently.
Pictured are Karen and Sam Hoenstine enjoying their special day to-
gether.


In his role of Headmaster of the Day, Win-
dermere Prep 3rd-grader Nicholas LaFalce
visits each classroom, escorted by WPA
Assistant Headmaster William Ford.


Headmaster of the Day
Third-grader Nicholas
LaFalce recently took over
the helm at Windermere
Prep as Headmaster of the
Day. His parents, Maria
and Nick LaFalce of Turtle
Creek, won him the honor
by being the highest bid-
der at this year's WPA
Gala auction.
As headmaster,
Nicholas sponsored a
Dress Down Day to bene-
fit the Society for the Pre-
vention of Cruelty to Ani-
mals. In order to come to
school out of uniform, the
students had to bring in
items from an SPCA wish
list that included dog food,
kennels, towels and clean-
ing and office supplies. ,
Although his fellow stu-
dents had the opportunity
to dress down, Nicholas
donned a tie and blazer -
more befitting his new title.
After greeting the student
body during the morning
announcements and visit-
ing every classroom, he
spent a large part of the
day collecting the items
brought in for the SPCA.
Hardly new to a leader-
ship role, Nicholas has
been consistently honored
at the school for his fund-
raising prowess in the Box
Tops for Education pro-
gram. He also has several
Perfect Attendance
Awards. He won a trophy
this year for Most Original
Car at the Bear Level in the
local Pinewood Derby as a
member of Cub Scout
Pack 84.
In his spare time, he en-
joys video and computer
games, playing with his
two cats and building with
Legos.


Emily Brooke Marie Ratcliff, 6, a kindergarten student at Central Flori-
da Prep, shows off her 1st-place ribbon in water color painting and
2nd-place ribbon in mixed media from the Central Florida Fair's Ele-
mentary Art Competition. The elementary division was made up of
competitors from kindergarten through 5th grade. Ratcliff also received
1st and 2nd place in 35 mm color photography and 2nd place in color
digital photography.

Winermre-nio


Special luncheon
Windermere Union Preschool hon-
ored three women with a luncheon re-
cently. Teacher Shirley Moran cele-
brated her 25th year of teaching; Mary
Ann Click, her 20th year; and Kim
Collins, her fifth year as director of the


school. All three are dedicated to serv-
ing their community.
The school moved this year to a new
location at 10710 Park Ridge-Gotha
Road.
For information about the school,
call 407-909-0464.


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


INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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



JEWISH

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



LUTHERAN

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

ZION NEW LIFE LUTHERAN
Paul Faust, Pastor.
Worship Service 8 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School Bible Study 9:15
Cnrnar nf Hamnp.l/Gntha Rd.r ntha


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.ora


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 nqt hold
Himself aloof from our difficulties. He is right
here, in the midst of our suffering, enduring more
of it than any of us ever has or ever will. And not
only that, but He gives us the power to bear our
suffering."
In the midst of all the painful emotions that come
as a result of such a horrific and tragic event, we must
remember that this occurred because we live in a
world that is fatally flawed through of the sin of


NON-DENOMINATIONAL

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

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

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

THIRD DAY CHURCH
12100 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden, FL
At the Portuguese-American Club
407-761-5791
Join us Sundays 9:00am


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


man. But praise God, He has chosen that if we ac-
cept the price for our salvation that Jesus paid on
the cross, we will not have to experience the futil-
ity and fatality presently inherent in this world.
Rather, in God, we have a promise of victory over
these circumstances. Jesus said in'John 16:33, "I
have told you these things (about his pending death
on the cross) so that in me you might have peace.
In this world you will have trouble, but take heart,
for I have overcome the world." This same victo-
ry was earlier promised in the beginning of a song
recorded in Psalm 46:1,2, 7, "God is our refuge
and strength, always ready to help in times of trou-
ble. So we will 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 \ ictory o~ er
pain and suffering on the cross,
From the believers at First Baptist Winter Garden
ADV.


(407)905-9391 AvalonPCA.org
Worship Service Sunday 6:00 PM

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

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


PENTECOSTAL

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


UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

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


10:15am Sunday School
for Adults and Children held
between the two services
www.windermereunion.ora


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


A1VSOUITH' BANK
Rose Pina
14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
407-656-3633



Southwest Church
Meeting @Ca Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere

Hwy 50


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


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SCHOOLS AND
INSTRUCTION

nterlinqua offers an un-
forgettable Summer
2amp. Programs are tai-
ored to instruction of fun
;hess, exciting Spanish
-lasses and recreational
activities. Ages 5 to 14.
Millennia Mall area. For
nfo call: 407-376-6788.
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3lad Tidings Church has
four spaces available for
private kindergarten,
)lease call 407-656-4140



040
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES

Self Employment- Less
than $300 to start. Com-
puter Necessary. Call
407-227-2636. 5/17ed


105
DOMESTIC

Senior Homecare By An-
gels: Our caring home
companions help Seniors
stay at home! Respite
care, hygiene assistance,
meal prep, light house-
work, errands. Up to 24
hr care. Reasonable rates.
We do things your way!
VISITING ANGELS
407-888-5999.
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OME CLEANERS
CEDED. $248 P/T-up
to $400 F/T: Your area.
Car/phone, English re-
quired. Anna's House-
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447-1451.5/24ah

Mother's Helper,
evenings/weekends, ap-
prox. 20-25 hrs/wk.
Clean, cook & pick up
kids, NON SMOKER
ONLY, dependable car,
background check. $8/hr
plus gas. 407-466-8127.
5/24db

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

Caregivers needed. Part-
time/FT. Seeking non-
medical caregivers to as-
sist elderly in their homes.
Top hourly fees. 407-888-
5999. 7/19va


110
CRAFT/SKILLS
/TRADE


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Dedicated Shorthaul



Home Most Nights!
Avg. $750 $850/week
65% preloaded/pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
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AIR CONDITIONING
TECHNICIANS AND
INSTALLERS NEEDED
FOR SMALL COMPA-
NY IN WEST ORANGE
AREA. PLEASE CALL
407-296-9622 OR 407-
877-6268. 5/24gs_ _

" FLORAL DESIGNER-
Must be experienced in
all phases of design. Full
& part time avail. Down-


town Clermont. Call
Shirley 352-516-3106.
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Pool Service Route, no
experience necessary,
will train. MANY
GREAT BENEFITS.
Must be 21 and have
good driving record. Call
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Mon.- Fri. After hours,
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Drivers Wanted! Must
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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

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-
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W. Davis 407-293-1361.
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VPK certified Director of
Preschool needed for lo-
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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


160
GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT




ms


for the following
Full Time Positions:

Bldg. Inspector I & II
Police Officer
Fire Inspector
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.


CHILDCARE WORK-
ER: Local Christian min-
istry is seeking a Child-


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


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


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


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


FO CLASIFIDADCAL_40-65-212_*_AX_47_66-605_9DEADINETUEDAY10A


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

General Office Help, Dis-
patcher, Inventory Clerk,
Paperwork Processor &
CSR needed for Winter
Garden business. Inter-
views held on Wednes-
days from 1-4pm. "About
Satellite.Com" located @
1319 Green Forest Ct.,
Ste. 406., Winter Garden.
407-877-5657. 5/31as

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

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

Maytag kitchen Appli-
ances from model home,
bisque, used only 5 weeks.
Side by Side refrigerator
with ice & water dispenser
in door- $599. Mi-
crowave- $100, Dish-
washer (never used)-
$200. Singer sewing ma-
chine 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, foy-
er & front door- $199.
407-654-8386 5/17ch


For Sale- JD 3000 Gen-
erator- $250, Electric
Pressure Washer- $80.00,
Microwave- $50.00, Hess
Toy Truck Collection-
$300.00. 5/17bm

Pioneer 60" T.V. $600
obo. Works Great, will
deliver. 407-466-5436 or
407-877-8620. 5/17tsr

Couch w/two built in Re-
cliners, Loveseat and
Rocker, $350. Call 407-
509-7852. 5/17to

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

Sofa, Broyhill custom
cream sofa w/nail head
trim. paid $1000 asking
$300 OBO. 407-656-
2144 5/24bs

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

240
GARAGE/
YARD SALE

Yard Sale- Sat. May 19
from 8a-2p at 418 S.
Woodland St., Winter
Garden. Lots of different
items. 5/17bw

Multi Family Garage
Sale- Sat. May 19,7:30 -
1pm. 106 Olympus
Drive, Ocoee. Furniture,
Decor, Clothes. 5/17cs

Moving Sale- Fri. May 18
from 9-4, Sat. May 19
from 9-2 in Oak Park
Subdivision located off
Plant St. between Park &
Story Rd. Household,
misc & craft supplies.
5/17dk

Moving Sale- Sat., May
19 from 8-2. 97 Desiree
Aurora St, near Lakeview
Middle & WO Trail.
5/17dr

Community Garage Sale-
Sat., May 19th 9-2. Tus-
cany Subdivision in Win-
ter Garden. 5/17thoa

Yard Sale/Car Wash to
benefit 0 Town Baseball
Team. Sat., May 19. Yard
Sale starts at 8am. Car
wash 10:30 am-1:30pm.


Taco Bell parking lot.
13309 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden. Thanks
for your support! 5/17kn

604 Beulah Rd.- Thurs &
Fri 8-5, Sat. 8-12. An-
tique furniture, beds, pi-
ano, dishes, oil lamps,
much more. 5/17ba

Huge Multi-Family Mov-
ing Sale- Furniture,
Kitchen items, Home
Decor, plus size clothing,
baby items, girls 0-18 mo.
clothing. Cash Only. Fri &
Sat May 18 & 19. 8am -
1pm. 603 Glenview Ct.
Winter Garden. 5/17dc

Inside Moving Sale- Sat.,
May 19th 7:30 ? 223
Story Rd, Winter Garden.
5/17ps

Thurs & Fri, May 17 &
18. 11413 Lk. Butler
Blvd., Windermere.
Household, 60's Bike,
dishes, TV, antique
sewing machine, beautiful
plants. 5/17kc

Fri & Sat, May 18 & 19,
8-1. 552 N. Main St.,
Winter Garden. Misc.
items, awesome patio
plant stand. 5/17jp


280
ITEMS WANTED



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


340
FREE TO GOOD
HOME

Free Cats, spayed &
shots/ 1 yr. pit bull,
spayed & shots/ 8mo pit
mix, spayed & shots. 407-
654-7018,407-234-1221.
5/17ne






400
AUTOS FOR
SALE

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

1997 Starcraft pop-up
trailer. Has a dinette, 3
burner stove,sink, cabi-
nets, propane tank, and
cooler. $1500 obo.
5/17tp

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


HELP WANTED


Diesel

Mechanic

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


407-877-0116


WINDS


Mark Kirkland
Whisper Winds
Landscaping


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


540
CLEANING

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


560
HOME
IMPROVEMENT


600
HOMES FOR
RENT


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


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


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


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

MONEY TO LEND:
Commercial & Residen-
tial Loans. All property
types.-Purchase or Re-fi-
nance. 866-783-1542.
6/7eb


Automotive Secretary

Professional work environment. Must have cash handling, phones, filing,
typing, and computer experience. Tuesday thru Saturday full time shift.
Self motivated, reliable individual with references needed.
Call Bill Seidle Chevrolet 352-394-6176 x267


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


For sale?


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real estate ad in

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and sell your home today!





For information, call


407-656-2121


REN1ASC
Winter Garden
*4/2.5/2 New home over
2500 sq ft. Asking
$1500.00. Community
pool and park.
Southern Pines Condos
*3/2 w/garage, $1250.
*2/2 for $950. Amenities,
pool, tennis, weight room,
indoor basketball & more.
$1,250.
*Mnneola 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


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

Gotha Cottage- 2/1, ceri
tral heat & air. $900 p/mi
plus security. No pets:
407-656-1575. 5/17fr

3/1 Home- Glassed in
front porch, Central H &
A. $950 p/mo, 500 secu-
rity. Call 407-656-566Y
or 407-766-3349. 5/24jil

4/1 Home in Winter Gar-
den, Family room, Cen-.
tral H & A. $950 p/mo,!
500 security. Call 407-
656-5660 or 407-766-
3349 5/24jk

3/1 Home in Winter Gar-
den, Central H & A. $950t
p/mo, 500 security. Call
407-656-5660 or 407-!
766-3349. 5/24jk

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

620
APARTMENT &
DUPLEXES

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

2/2 Upstairs Apartment.
8th & Magnolia, Win-
dermere. $1200.407-738-
9838. 5/17tv

111 APT. NEWLY refur-
bished. W.G. No pets..









2D The West Orange Times Thursday, May 17, 2007


* $550 p/mo. Within walk-
ing distance to shopping
& restaurants in historic
downtown. 407-376-
8763. tfnmec

Duplex 2/1 Rent $800,
Deposit $1000. 1 Month
Free Rent. Winter Gar-
den. 407-656-9762. TFN-
W Wgg


625
ROOMS/
EFFICIENCY

Room For Rent in Win-
ter Garden- $110p/wk.
Reduced rent in exchange
for cutting lawn and etc.
Furnished & utilities in-
cluded. 407-877-8992.
5/17rf

$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

Reduced rent for single
male in exchange for
lawn/maintenance help.
Private room/bath in
garage, no house access.
NON SMOKER ONLY.
$300 mo. Includes utili-
ties and cable. Call 407-
466-8127. 5/24db

1 BDRM. EFFICIENCY
on 2 private lakes in
Clermont. Non smoker,
no pets. 352-394-6091.
5/24cv


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

2400 SQ. FT. OF-
FICE/WAREHOUSE
LOCATED IN OAK-
LAND. GREAT LOCA-
TION, CONVENIENT
TO TURNPIKE. DOCK
HIGH ACCESS. CALL
352-394-5364. 5/31clp

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 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
MONTH ASK FOR
BILL STRAUGH,


WINDSOR REALTY
GROUP, INC. 407-716-
3010. tfnwr(39292j_ _

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

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

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


690
MOBILE HOMES

2BR/2BA, UTILITY
SHED, CARPORT, NO
PETS. 407-656-6543.
5/31wwv







700
HOMES/
OPEN HOUSE

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 ja


13750 West Colonial Drive I Suite 3301 Winter Garden, FL 34787
Licensed Mortgage Banker FL, SC, NJ, PA, TX

KAdvisors Mortgage Group, LLC

Ron Tosi, Mortgage Advisor

407-399-9275
www.AdvisorsMortgage.com/Ron Tosi

SAVE with No Points Refinancing!
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407-257-0502
Joanne. Tosi@Florida-Houses.com


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710
CONDO &
TOWNHOUSES

Townhouse- 2/2 partial-
ly furnished, screened
back porch, tile floors, 1/4
mile east of 545 just off
Hwy. 50. $2000 discount
on Closing Costs to all
Disney employees.


$139,900. Call 407-948-
2392 6/7mb


720
COMMERCIAL

WINTER GARDEN:Flex
condos. 1/2 mile off SR
429, 2278 S.F. & up, 20'
Ceiling, Concrete Const.,
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8200. www.APEXDE-
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760
MOBILE HOMES

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

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Thursday, May 17, 2007 The West Orange Times 3D


NOTICE OF SALE

Pursuant to Fl. St. 713.585, Auto
Lien & Recovery Experts, Inc.
w/Power of Attorney, will sell the
following vehicles to the highest
bidder to satisfy lien. All auctions
held with reserve, as is where is,
Cash or Certified funds. Inspect 1
week prior at lienor facility. Inter-
ested parties call 954-893-0052.
Sale date 05-31-07 @ 10:00 am.
Auction will occur where each ve-
hicle is located under License
AB0000538. Be advised that own-
er or lienholder has a right to a hear-
ing prior to the scheduled date of
sale by filing with the Clerk of
Courts. Owner/Lienholder may re-
cover vehicle without instituting ju-
dicial proceedings by posting bond
as per FL. Stat. 559.917; 25% buy-
er premium additional.
SNet proceeds in excess of lien
j amount will be deposited with the
Clerk of Court.
#ORGD398 lienamt $3935.66
1993 JEEP SW vin#
1J4GZ78S1PC603738
Sreg:DANIEL WILLIAM FARLEY JR.
of 5209 NEFF AVE, DETROIT
cus: JOHN DOE
I.h: NAVY FED CREDIT UNION of
PO BOX 3000, MERRIFIEID
lienor: MAXIMO AUTO REPAIR,
f 2596 MICHIGAN AVE, KISSIMMEE
phone: 407-518-9908
#ORGD424 lien amt $4510.90
S 1.998 FORD PK vin#
1FTZX1766WNA83576
reg: KEITH MARCEL HOLLAND of
11155 PINEWOOD COVE LN, OR-
LANDO
cus: KEITH HOLLAND
.h: MOTOR CAR CONCEPTS II of
2455 S HWY 17-92, LONGWOOD
lienor: CITYWIDE AUTO SALES,
INC., 3930 OLD WINTER GARDEN
RD, ORLANDO
phone: 407-292-0390
#0RGD425 lien amt $4174.65
1995 CHEVROLET vin#
1GNDM19WOSB143807
reg: SEGUNDO J GUAMAN-SAN-
TOS of 1066 REDMAN ST. #D, OR-
LANDO
cus: JUAN GUAMAN of 1068 RED-
MAN ST. APT D, ORLANDO
l.h: ARECIBO AUTO SALES, INC. Of
121 S. JOHN YOUNG PKY, KISSIM-
MEE
lienor: AAAAUTO ELECTRIC & A.C.,
1201 S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRL,
ORLANDO
phone: 407-420-1244
#0ORGD427 lien amt $5228.51 1987
VOLKSWAGEN MH vin#,
WV2ZBO253HH071881
reg: DIGNA M./CARLOS C. NUNEZ
of 7459 MARSEILLE CIR, ORLAN-
DO
cus: DIANA NUNEZ of 7459 MAR-
SEILLE CIRCLE, ORLANDO
I.h:
lienor: RAYCAR INTERNATIONAL,
INC. 1103 AMBER RD., ORLANDO
phone: 407-823-8000
#0ORGD428 lien amt $3475.00 1995
HONDA 4D vin#
JHMEG8645SS005534
reg: ALCOVIA JOHNSON of 1431
N. PINE HILLS RD, ORLANDO
cus: JOHN DOE
I.h: CHRYSLER FINANCIAL COR-
PORATION of PO BOX 9129,
MANSFIELD
lienor: WINSTON MOBILE AUTO
REPAIR, 1323 25TH STREET, OR-
LANDO
Phone: 407-426-0519
#0ORGD438 lien amt $4133.881993
CADILLAC CV vin#
1G6VS339XPU125833
reg: JAMES LOUIS FLAHERTY of
9325 FENTON ST., ORLANDO
cus: JIM FERTZ
.h: NONE
lienor: A.R.S. 1001 CARTER RD,
WINTER GARDEN
phone: 407-905-9144
#0RGD439 lien amt $4133.88 2005
CADILLAC 4D
vin# 1G6DM56TX50208031
reg: MICHAEL LEE/MARIA M.
CALARCO of 7626 SIMMS AV-
ENUE; ORLANDO
cus: MICHAEL LEE CALARCO of
7626 SIMMS AVE, ORLANDO
l.h: GMAC of PO BOX 8110, COCK-
EYSVILLE
lienor: CARMONA REPAIR, INC.,'
1455 W. LANDSTREET RD. STE.
502, ORLANDO
phone: 407-851-5000
#0RGD443 lien amt $3873.701998
DODGE4D0
vin# 1B3ES47C2WD686505
reg: JOYCE TORRES of 195 LEW-
FIELD CIR, WINTER PARK
cus: FRANCISCO VIDAL
Lh: NONE
lienor: MAXIMO AUTO REPAIR,
2596 MICHIGAN AVE, -STE C,
KISSIMME
phone: 407-518-9908
#0RGD444 lien amt $4225.00 1990
ISUZU SW
vin# JAACR01E9L9805693 ,


LEGAL

NOTICES


reg: CALICHES AUTO REPAIR
SHOP of 1322 35TH ST STE 103,
ORLANDO
cus: JOHN DOE
l.h: NONE
lienor: CALICHES GENERAL AUTO
REPAIR, 414 S OBT, ORLANDO
phone: 407-236-0008
5/17

NOTICE OF MEETING

Notice is given that the West Or-
ange Airport Authority Board will
meet May 23, 2007 at 10:00a.m.,
in the Ocoee City Hall, Ocoee, Flori-
da and will meet on the fourth (4th)
Wednesday of each month there-
after at 10:00am. The Board will
discuss the business of the estab-
lishment of a General Aviation Air-
port in West Orange County.
R. Patrick Phillips, Board Member
200 North Thornton Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
Telephone: 407-425-7676
5/17

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ON 5-29-07 @ 9:OOAM 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.
91 FORD 2D
VIN# 1 FAPP10J4MW333044
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.
5/17


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 5/29/07,10:00 am
at 119 5th St Winter Garden, FI
34787-3613. Slys Towing & Re-
covery reserves right to accept or re-
ject any and/or all bids.
1998 FORD TAURUS 4D
1FAFP52UXWA108542
5/17

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on June 2, 2007 at 8:00
a.m. at MD Towing, 1510 N. Forsyth
Road,Orlando, FL 32807 for the
towing and storage pursuant to F.S.
#713.78. Terms are Cash.
1983 Cadillac
Vin# 1G6AD6980D9142003
1990 Ford
Vin# 1 FAPP6049LH139300
1993 Pontiac
Vin# 1G2HX53L1 P1278321
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or.reject any and all bids.
5/17


NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will sell
at Public Sale at Auction the fol-
lowing vehicles to satisfy lien pur-
suantto Chapter713.78 of the Flori-
da Statutes on May 31,2007 at 10
A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCATED*
2006 TOYOTA,
VIN# 5TETX22N96Z260953
Located at: 151 TAFT VINELAND
ROAD, ORLANDO, FL 32824 Or-
ange
1985 MERCURY,
VIN# 2MEBP95F2FX708975
Located at: 151 TAFT VINELAND
ROAD, ORLANDO, FL 32824 Or-
ange
2006 CHEVROLET,
VIN# 2G1WM15K969269202
Located at: 151 TAFT VINELAND
ROAD, ORLANDO, FL 32824 Or-
ange
DEALERS ONLY
Any persons) claiming any inter-
est(s) in the above vehicles con-
tact: Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc.,
(954)920-6020
* ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD WITH
RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction.
LIC # AB- 0001256
RAINBOW TITLE,& LIEN, INC.
3389 Sheridan Street, PMB 221
Hollywood, Fl 33021
(954) 920-6020
5/17


Notice of Passage of
Emergency

Ordinance 2007-03

The Town Council of the Town of
Windermere, Florida has passed
Ordinance 2007-03, shown below,
at the Town Council meeting that
was held on May 8, 2007.

EMERGENCY
ORDINANCE NO. 2007-03

AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE OF
THE TOWN OF WINDERMERE,
FLORIDA PERTAINING TO HOME-
STEAD EXEMPTIONS FOR LOW-
INCOME SENIOR-CITIZENS;
DECLARING AN EMERGENCY EX-
ISTS REQUIRING ADOPTION OF
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE;
AMENDING ORDINANCE 2003-06
TO INCREASE THE ADDITIONAL
HOMESTEAD-EXEMPTION FOR
CERTAIN LOW-INCOME SENIORS
TO $50,000; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
Whereas, in accordance with sec-
tion 6(f), Article VII of the Consti-
tution of the State of Florida, the
Town Council for the Town of Win-
dermere may adopt an ordinance
to allow an additional homestead-
exemption for any person (i) who
has the legal or equitable title to real
estate and maintains his/her per-
manent resient residence on the property,
(ii) who has attained age 65, and
(ill) whose household income does
not exceed $20,000.
Whereas, the Florida Legislature
passed Chapter 99-341, Laws of
Florida, now codified as section
196.075, Florida Statutes authoriz-
ing an additional homestead of up
to $25,000.00 for certain low-in-
come seniors.
Whereas, the 2007 Florida Legis-
lature enacted House Bill 333
amending section 196.075 by au-
thorizing an additional homestead
of up to $50,000.00 for certain low-
income seniors.
Whereas, the town enacted Ordi-
nance 2003-06 in 2003 granting
the additional homestead-exemp-
tion of up to $25,000.00.
Whereas, the town must deliver an
adopted ordinance to the Orange
County Property Appraiseris office
no later than June 1,2007 to allow
the $50,000 exemption to take ef-
,fect in the tax year 2007 and to meet
this deadline, the town council must
adopt an emergency ordinance.
Whereas, the town council now in-
tends to amend Ordinance 2003-
06 to authorize an additional home-
stead-exemption of up to $50,000
for certain low-income seniors for
the tax year 2007. Now therefore,
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE
OF THE TOWN OF WINDERMERE:
Section 1. Declaring an emergen-
cy exists. The 2007 Florida Legis-
lature enacted House Bill 333 au-
thorizing an increase in homestead
exemptions for certain low-income
seniors. An emergency exists be-
cause House Bill 333 requires lo-
cal governments to deliver adopted
ordinances increasing the home-
stead amount to property apprais-
ers by June 1, 2007 and were the
town to adopt a non-emergency or-
dinance the deadline would not be
met and the homestead exemption
would not take effect in 2007.
Section 2. Amendment to Ordi-
nance 2003-06. Ordinance 2003-
06 is amended to read as follows:

SECTION 3. Additional
Homestead Exemption

There is hereby granted an addi-
tional homestead exemption of
twntyl fi: thoucand- dollars
($25,)00a fifty thousand dollars
($50.000) for any person who has
legal or equitable title to real estate
in the Town Limits and maintains
thereon the permanent residence
of the owner, who has attained age
65, and whose household income
does not exceed twenty thousand
dollars ($20,000). If title is held
jointly with right of survivorship,
the person residing on the proper-
ty and otherwise qualifying may re-
ceive the entire amount of the ad-
ditional homestead exemption.

SECTION 8
Delivery to Property Ap-
praiser. Event of Repeal.

Once enacted, a copy of this ordi-
nance shall be delivered to the Or-
ange County Property Appraiser no
later than DeembeFr 1,2003 June
1 2007. allowing the exemption to
begin in the tax year 942007. In
the event this ordinance is ever re-
pealed, the Gity town shall notify
the Orange County Property Ap-
praiser no later than Decembr1-4
June.1 of the year prior to the year
the exemption expires.
Section 3. Severability. If a provi-
sion of this ordinance enacted here-
by is held Invalid or unconstitutional
in judicial proceedings, the holding
shall not affect other provisions that
can be given effect. To that end, this
ordinance enacted hereby Is de-
clared to be severable.
Section 4. Effective Date. This or-
dinance takes effect immediately
upon enactment.


ENACTED by emergency ordinance
this 8th day of May, 2007, at regu-
lar meeting of the Town Council of
the Town of Windermere, Florida.
Town of Windermere, Florida
by: Town Council
by:
Gary Bruhn, Mayor
Attest:
Dorothy Burkhalter, CMC
Town Clerk
This Ordinance is available for in-
spection during normal business
hours. If any questions, please con-
tact Dorothy Burkhalter, Town
Clerk, Town of Windermere at 876-
2563 x 23.
5/17

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR THE 9th JU-
DICIAL 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 decedentis estate,
Including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, and who have
been served a copy of this notice,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE 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 OFTHE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, AMlY
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
FI 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

REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS

RFQ # 07-3658
The City of Winter Garden is ac-
cepting sealed packages for the fol-
lowing: Contractual Services for
Catering at Tanner Hall. Interest-
ed parties may acquire a copy of
the Request for Qualifications by
Contacting the Recreation Depart-
ment at 407-656-4155 or down-
load the RFQ from
www.cwgdn.com.
All packages must be delivered or
mailed to:
City of Winter Garden
Parks & Recreation Department


1 Surprise Drive
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Envelope must be identified as RFQ
#07-3658
5/17, 5/24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR THE 9th JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT, FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

Case No. 48-2007-CP-001110-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JAMES F. ADAMS,
DECEASED.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the estate of
JAMES F. ADAMS, deceased, File
Number 48-2007-CP-001110-0, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Or-
ange County, Florida, Probate Di-
vision, the address of which is 425
N. Orange Ave., Orlando, Florida,
32801. The names and addresses


of the personal representative and
the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSON ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedentis estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a
copy of this notice is served must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION'OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or de-
mands against decedentis estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
TREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
this Notice is May 17, 2007.
Personal Representative:


JANET ADAMS
c/o Jenny Hansen
14598 Laurel Road
Laurel, Delaware 19956
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive
Frank G. Finkbeiner, Attorney
Florida Bar No. 146738
108 East Hillcrest Street
P.O. Box 1789
Orlando, FL 32802-1789
(407) 423-0012
5/17, 5/24

SECTION 106
PUBLIC NOTICE
TBCom, Inc. is proposing to build
a telecommunications tower site
located at 902 Avalon Road, Winter
Garden, Orange County, FL at Lat-
itude N28-31-43.7, Longitude W81-
36-38.5. The tower would be a
Monopole design and 140'tall. TB-
Com, Inc. seeks comments from
all interested persons on the im-
pact of the tower on any districts,
sites, buildings, structures, or ob-
jects significant in American histo-
ry, architecture, archaeology, en-


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60 84 Across,
for one
61 Without _
(daringly)
62 "Thanks,
Robespierrel"
64 Happen
67 Wipe out
69 Furniture
wood
71 Hit rock
bottom
75 Ade
I ingredients
76 Self-
confidence
78 Andes
animal
79 Ham up
"Hamlet"
81 Gray or
Moran
82 Diva
Ponselle
84 Senegal's
capital
86 At once
89 Seixas of
tennis
90 Part 3 of
remark
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97 English
county
98 Rain hard?
99 About
100 store
102 First in a
series
103 Perceptive


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star
107 Muscat's
nation
109 Fawn's
father
110 Calculating
person?
111 Emulate
Ederle
112 Spring
115 End of
remark
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hummer
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125 Geologic
division
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instance
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watches
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vote
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130 Model of
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8 Cola cooler
9 Giant legend


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leader
Eugene
12 Out of sorts
13 "American
('72 hit)
14 Eddy
15 Couric of
"Today"
16 Pallid
18 Genuine
20 Telescope
view
25 Keatsian
crock
26 Strauss
specialty
29 Something
of value
32 Author
Dinesen
33 Prowl
34 Poverty
35 Desire
deified
36 Actress
Moore
37 "Treasure
Island"
extra
38 "I'm working

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contest
41 Henchman
43 Burly Bud
44 Bolger/
Haley
co-star
48 Decorative
49 Sib's kid


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play 88 Ridge
52 Violinist 90 Publisher
Zimbalist- Conde
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specialty 92 Actor
54 "I Am ... Enriquez
I 93 Surrealist
('71 song) Tanguy
55 Trigger 94 Tibia
Trigger 96 Measure
56 Ripped 100 Up for -
61 Throw (available)
(rage) 101 Dachshund-
63 North like
Carolina 102 "The Magic.
campus Flute"
64 _-Locka, heroine
FL 103 Examine
65 Machine part 104 Hackneyed
66 Security 105 Florida
grp. resort
68 Plants 106 Gibbon or
69 Novelist gorilla
Binchy 108 Isinglass
70 Taxing 110 Glinka's "A
time? Life for
72 In addition the __
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for one Down
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Slayton sainthood
77 Charlotte, 113 Bouquet
Emily, or 114 Kid at court
Anne 116 Whip up a
80 _-jongg waistcoat
83 Kruger of 117 Author Levin
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84 Jim 119 Dernier
Morrison's (latest
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NOTICE OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT
The City Commission of Winter Garden, Florida, proposes to adopt
the following ordinance:

ORDINANCE 05-56
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN'S COM-
PREHENSIVE PLAN TO COMPLY WITH THE WEKIVA PARKWAY AND
PROTECTION ACT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing will be held on June 14, 2007 at 6:30 p.m., or as
soon after as possible, to consider amending the City of Winter Gar-
den's Comprehensive Growth Management Plan to include Wekiva-Re-
lated Goals, Objectives, Policies, and Maps.
Any and all objections will be heard at this time. If no valid objections
are presented to the contrary, consideration will be given for approval
of the amendment. You are advised that if a person decides to appeal
any decision made with respect to any matter considered at such hear-
ing, then they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceed-
ings is made which includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
This public hearing will be held in Tanner Hall located at 29 West Gar-
den Avenue in Winter Garden, Florida. The amendment may be in-
spected by the public between the hours of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. at 270
West Plant Street in Winter Garden, Floridaor 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.
Written comments will be accepted before or at the public hearing.
Any persons with disabilities needing special accommodations should
submit a written requestto tohe Planning & Zoning Department, 270
W. Plant St., Winter Garden, FL 34787 or phone (407) 656-4111, Ext.
2024 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
This public hearing will be held in Tanner Hall located at 29 West Gar-
den Avenue in Winter Garden, Florida. The amendment to the restat-
ed interlocal agreement may be inspected by the public between the
hours of 8 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-
ning & Zoning Department, 270 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, FL 34787
or phone (407) 656-4111, Ext. 2024 at least 48 hours prior to the
meeting.


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5br/3.5ba, uligraded kit & tile, first,"
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Andrew Philippone, 407-574-5780,
Independence Realty Gr. LLC,


5/17/07


HOME
FOR
SALE


In your Price Range.
At last a 3BR 2BA + den home
in a great Clermont
community, "A".school district,
and near all essential services
Buy before June'07 and get
a $1K gift certificate. SP
$308,500. Ask me about the 0
D.ownpaymefit Option.
Call Now 14-88-547-4465 Ext. 6 for
details.


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


PAINT AND BODY SHOP FOR SALE

Up and running full collision paint and body shop!
2 spray buildings, 1 bldg. with 2 bays with 10' doors and
12' ceilings. 1 bldg. with 4 bays with 8' doors and 8-9' ceilings.
Current rental of partial shop of $900/mo. C-2 property $450,000.
Mike Lovett
352-255-7277
or
Call Dale Odom
352-406-8053


FOR SALE

Single Wide on over an Acre. In the country! Fenced and gated.
$59,000.
Fish from your Mobile Home on your canal on the Withlacoochee
River. $149,000.


EBLA


Mike Lovett
352-255-7277
or
Dale Odom
352-406-8053


Highland Lending
Tailored Lending Solutions


Erica Walker
Licensed Mortgage Broker


FL Lic. #CLB 0702865


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Apply online: www.completeprimeservices.com
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Are sou looking for a great 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 buis!
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 give us a call, we
look forward to helping you.


7009 Dr. Phillips Blvd, #150
Orlando, FL 52819
Sharon Lott & Mark Loft
Lott Team, Inc.
407-352-9078 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
wwwMarkLott.com


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OCOEE, 1207 OAKWOOD
Large pool, 3br/2ba, family room,
workshops, extended kitchen.
$250,000.


DOWNTOWN
WINTER GARDEN
Zoned C-2.122 2nd st. Many uses permit-
ted, retail, office, studio, day care, financial,
etc. 2/2 house plus large detached studio
1/1. Central heat and air. 1/4 acre lot.
$385,900.


BEAUTIFUL WOODED
ACREAGE
NEAR EUSTIS AND LEESBURG.2
6 acre parcels side by side.
$250,000 each parcel.

5-17-07
Ruth Minor, Reattor,
407-656-3343
Fax 407-877-6116
Residential Real Estate Services email: ruthmirior@earthlink.net


LOSS
MITIGATION
SERVICE
"Foreclosure? On My
Home?!" "What In The
World Can I Do?"
You have options. Don't go it
alone. But you must act NOW to
save your home. Go to:
www.stopforeclosureassistance
.com/tonyl2007 or call
1-888-547-4465 EXT. 60 7/5/07


FOR RENT
INDEPENDENCE
Near Park! $1,595 mo.
3br/2.5ba house with loft,
painted, 2 car garage.
Executive style home: $1,995/mo,
5br/3,5ba house and 3 car garage
or $,2500 house, garage and
carriage house. Photos at:
homesofindependence.com
Andrew Philippone, 407-574-5780
Independence Realty Gr. LLC,


Amy DuBois,
Real Estate Professional

(407) 325-2311


Searching for property or a home

in Isleworth, Keene's Pointe,

Bay Hill or Windermere Club?



Please call me.

Want to help you find


401 Main St. Ste. B Windermere, FL 34780
Tel (4.07) 876-2090



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WINTERMERE
HARBOR
Location, location, location. Super
convenient spot for this manicured
4b/3ba with bonus room.
Sparkling pool overlooks pond.


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


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INDEPENDENCE
$499,900
Corner Lot and Water View!
Upgraded kitchen, tile roof, great
porch! homesofinddependence.com
Andrew Philippone, 407-574-5780
Independence Realty Gr. LLC,


ROBINSON HILLS 10am-2pm
7734 Carfaro $339,900
Almost 3,000 sf, 4/2.5 with your own spa on screened porch.
Directions: North on Clarke Rd. right on Clarcona-(


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BUTLERS CHAIN OF LAKES
BEST PRICED IN SURROUNDING AREA !! AL-
MOST AN ACRE LOT !! 4BD/3BA WITH HEAT-
ED AND SCREENED POOL. 2535 SQ FT HOME
NEAR DISNEY ASKING $489,000







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WEST ORLANDO 4BR/2BA
NeC IN remodeled kjkhenI Neder rool and air
conditioner FormalJ hing and separate living
and dmiing rroori, .Honme is in excellent con.
dttion Just reduced it )$192.9100

Jerrn Berner 407-432-1700
Deborah Biuno 407-421-2658
Lillian Feliciano 407-375-9741
Ron Grant 407-468-2952
Paula Harriott 407-298-7750


WINTER GARDEN POOL HOME
2002 built 4br/2ba comer lot home on a cul-de-
sac. Solar heated pool with spa plus Koi pond
and herb garden. Option to buy fully furnished.
Asking $385,000.
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SANFORD NEW ON MARKET
Large. beaurrtfutJ. dec.:.rated 3br/2ba home %ith
l.536 sq fh 'l ing iarea Famirl room and a bonus
room 2 car garage Priced below appraised
.alue. Asking $25&.500
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FIRST FLOOR CONDO $132.000
Winter Garden. 2bi/2ba. spin barm plan New
carpet and fresh paint screened porch. associa-
tion dues nclude roof. building maintenance and
pest treatment

Rhonda Meagher 407-721-3306
Ouida Meeks 407-491-3000
Carl Parker4-107-4S4-5252
Illiana Ramos 407-832-9312
Mary Rich 407-291-6947


Sheri L. Loiacono Lisa Bennett
Broker/Owner Broker/Owner








DUPLEX-NORTH WINTER GARDEN
2br/2ba each side! Over 1,000 SF each side!
Sweet investment. Both sides leased. Walk to
downtown historic center asking $309,900.








ORLANDO-PATIO HOME $229,500
3/2 single story condo u alh over 1,80l0 if li\ ng
'pace Ige. screened pauo and 2 car attached
garage Commuruty pool Assoc feescotersroof
and esienor of building.








PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE!
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$121 !.<)

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


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DESIRABLE FOREST BROOKE This 5 BD, 3 BA beauty, next to park,
sports real wood cabinets w/granite countertops & stainless appli-
ances. Gated community w/pool & playground. Great schools!
$412,500
Call Dale Marx at 407-342-6098


FIRE.YOUR LANDLORD! It's the deal you've been waiting for-3 BD, ROMANTICS WANTED'To move into this well maintained Victori-
2 BA. Vaulted ceiling. Covered Porch. 2-car garage. Country quiet- an Style Home. White picket fence, screened porch, corner lot and
city convenience-Hurry to see it today tID=7030. newer appliances. You will fall in love right away. ID=6690 -
www.srgmac.com/etidwell $215,000
$179,900 Call 407-352-0520
Ellen Tidwell @ 352-243-7929


UOFKRl-EuD WAY.BtLUW IMAKEITi VP LUt. ImiNSTANT l-QUII TI:
Charming 3/2 near UCF and the thriving Medical Corridor. Large
fenced yard with no rear neighbors. Great for families and investors.
$269,900
Call Dale Marx at 407-342-6098


ACREACE IN OCOEE Many small acreage sites available in Ocoee.
Build in-back. Sell plants off front. All nursery equipment stays. Cur-
rently zoned agriculture. Could be church. ID=9530
www.srgmac.com/fwells.
$599,900
Call Frank Wells at 407-488-3185


WAILtKUKU L/AIL3 LUINUU DOBeauiTul DLU, L.3 D/A LUoniUU oen
unit. Exceptionally clean, great neighborhood close to UCF. Perfect
for student, first time buyer or investor.
$196,000
Call Dale Marx at 407-342-6098


INVESTORS DREAM Well maintained 1 bd, 1 ba condos. Commu-
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


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STUNNING POOL HOME This stunning, beautifully maintained 4 APOPKA TREASURE FOR YOU! Over 2100 Sq Ft of comfort near
BD, 3 BA home includes 1st flqor office and 2nd floor loftarea. This schools, shopping, park, bank and local churches-conveniences
home is perfect for entertaining with large screened pool area and huge within minutes. Buy this 4/2 beauty before it's too late! ID=4021.
hot tub and bath pool shower. ID=1029 $299,900
$449,000 Call 407-352-0520
Call 407-352-0520


EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS HERE 3 BD, 2 BA. Otters Chain of Lake QUALITY COMFORT CONVENIENCE That's what you will get in this
access, park by Lake Minneola, clubhouse, tennis courts, golf & pool. peaceful 2 story treasure nestled in a quiet Cul-De-Sac off Lake Pin-
Deluxe master bath & huge walk-in closet in master. ID=6550. to. This 3 BD, 2.5 BA home has a screened patio where you can re-
www.srgmac.com/bthompson lax and enjoy sunrises and sunsets. ID=6921
$265,000 $255,000
Call Barbara Thompson @ 352-409-0826 Call 407-352-0520


THE DR. PHILLIPS LIFESTYLE Totally remodeled Dr Phillips home.
New EVERYTHING! 3 BD, 2 BA with large screened patio and fenced
yard. Priced to sell. Hurry!
$299,900
Call Dale Marx at 407-342-6098













PRESTIGE HOME PREMIER End your day w/ a splash. 3 BD, 3 BA
pool home. Formal living, dining & family rooms. Master bedroom
with his and hers sinks, closets. Jetted tub. ID=1314
www.srgmac.com/bthompson

$340,000
Call Barbara Thompson @ 352-409-0826


SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Beautiful corner lot home is great
for entertaining. Desirable split plan and large backyard for a cook-
out and the kids to play. Convenient to shopping and all major roads.
ID=6923
$315,000
Call 407-352-0520


INVESTOR SPECIAL Rents easily. Currently rented. Loaded with up-
grades. 3 BD, 2 BA. Enclosed back porch. Fenced backyard. New-
er roof and plumbing. Central H/A. Storage shed. ID=7766.
www.srgmac.com/fwells
$214,000
Call Frank Wells @ 407-488-3185


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OCOEE
Opportunity Knocking in this 3/2 home that is
surrounded with shade trees & located near
the end of the street which provides for a
peaceful neighborhood & fenced backyard.
Open floor plan with vaulted ceilings over the
Florida room. Ceramic tile throughout.
Call: Ken White 407-948-3240
OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY MAY 19
10:00am-3:00pm







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HOWEY IN THE HILLS
VACANT LAND
Secluded, Cleared, Maintained 5 Acres
Ready for your Dream Home. The property
has electric, 200' well with water softener,
and a split septic tank that has been pumped
and certified. Fishing, canal both dried up at
this time due to the drought. There is also a
10x10 metal shed & 12x24 Smith built shed
with electric.
Call: Tracie Ruffolo 321-287-9123


OCOEE $474,995
Enjoy a Great Lake View & 33' of actual Lake
frontage in this 4/3 Ocoee home. This home
features formal & informal areas w/very open
kitchen-family room area. Large eating area
connects them. Third bath & laundry room
area off family room. Huge Master bedroom.
Call: Donna Liebi
407-719-1337



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OCOEE
This is the Model Home. This 4/4 comes with
all upgrades including door handles, lighting
fixtures, carpet, granite counter tops, wooden
floor, crown molding, wires for surround
sound, recess lights in kitchen & a Jacuzzi
tub in the master bathroom.
Call: Lisa Reed
407-509-7995


OCOEE
Completely Remodeled 4/2 pool home!! New
Roof, A/C, Stainless Appliances, New Paint,
Carpet, Light Fixtures, ceilings fans, Travertine
floors accent and a bull nose brick pool with
fountain makes this home a masterpiece. It
also features a fabulous kitchen and much,
much more.
Call: Alexis Hancock
352-516-5050


HOWEY IN THE HILLS
VACANT LAND
This is a 10 acre parcel on Emory Lake in
Howey In The Hills. A beautiful location and
piece of property which would be perfect for
your dream home. Lots of beautiful trees
throughout.
Call: Tracie Ruffolo
321-287-9123



WINTER GARDEN
VACANT LAND
$49,900
Building Lot located with easy access to the
429. There is a new house located just north
of the lot
Call: Donna Liebi
407-719-1337


WINTER GARDEN
VACANT LAND
Spectacular Lakefront 2.8 acres with
gorgeous sunsets. Build your dream home on
the shores of Lake Apopka near historic
downtown Winter Garden. Enjoy the
environmental beauty of nature. One plus
acre of upland area. Zoned R-1A.
Call: Ken White
407-948-3240


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CLERMONT
352-242-3939
www.avalarinclermont.com
Call: Lisa Reed
ORLANDO
407-472-1925
www.avalarorlando.com
Call: George Wilkinson


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