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Publication Date: May 31, 2007
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Ocoee native makes waves saving sea turtles


Chick-fil-A Spirit
Night for Saving
Young Hearts
fA 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. this
Thursday, May 31.
Customers can donate 15 per-
cent of their purchases to Saving
Young Hearts, an organization
committed to raising public
awareness about sudden cardiac
arrest in children and young
adults, as well as the need for
heart screenings for early detec-
tion and the importance of plac-
ing automated external defibril-
lators in public schools.
Be sure'to mention Saving
Young Hearts when placing your
order.
For more information, visit
www.savingyounghearts.org.

WOHS freshman
football meeting
Any incoming ninth-grader in-
terested in playing freshman foot-
ball at West Orange High School
is invited to a special meeting set
for Monday, June 4, at 6 p.m. in
the stadium. For more informa-
tion, e-mail Coach Russell
Crouch at crouchr@ ocps.net.

Ocoee to host
movie June 8
The city ofOcbee is hosting a
"'Movies by the Pool" program
this summer, beginning Friday.
June 8, at 8:30 p.m. This program
includes a full-length movie on a
17-foot projection screen, su-
pervised swimming and food
sold at a small cost. There is an
entry fee of $1 for adults and 50
cents for children under 18. All
'children under 18 must.be ac-
companied by an adult.
The movie for June 8 will be'
Over the Hedge.

Singles Dance set for
June 2 at St. Luke's
St. Luke's Singles will host a
singles dance this Saturday, June
2, from 8-1-1 p.m. Central Flori-
da Entertainment will provide
music for dancing.
Doors open at 7:15 p.m., and
the cost is $8 per person.:A fin-
ger-food buffet and.soft drinks
are included in the admission.
-price. The dance will take place
inthe gymnasnim, Buildirig', in
the'FellowshipCGeeiter., -
Th-e church- is at 4,851' S.
Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlan-
do. For details.1 call 407-876-
4991, Ext. 236.

First Baptist hosting
Family Movie Night
The community is invited to
Family Movie Night at First
Baptist Church Windermere on
Wednesday, June 6. at 6:15 p.m.
for the family movie Facing the
Giants. Director of Photography
Bob Scott will introduce the
movie. Preschoolers will enjoy a_
VeggieTales movie. Duke and
the Great Pie War.
The cost is free for both
movies. For details, call 407-
876-2234..

Christian Service
Center kidsFOCUS
Summer Program
The kidsFOCUS Summer
Program at the West Orange
Christian Service Center offers
supervision and a variety of en-
richment activities for children in
kindergarten through fifth grade.
The program is fee-supported by
those using its services.
For more information, call
Karen at 407-656-6678. The
center is at 300 Franklin St. in'
Ocoee.

Apply for a
Habitat home
West Orange Habitat For Hu-
manity will accept applications
this Saturday, June 2, at 9 a.m. at
Maxey Elementary School 1100
E. Maple St., Winter Garden.
For details, go to the Web site
www.woh4h.org and click on
"Selection Criteria."


Todd Jones has become a
pioneer in the field of
leatherback sea turtle research.

By Michael Laval

The struggle to save one of the world's old-
est species of animals is being fought by Ocoee


native and West Orange High graduate Todd
Jones.
Years of traveling the world studying ma-
rine sciences brought Jones to the University
of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver,
Canada, where he is now a Ph.D. candidate in
the department of zoology. Since arriving at
UBC in 2002, Jones has been making waves
with a groundbreaking project that aspires to


help save leatherback sea turtles from extinc-
tion.
"We call the whole study conservation phys-
iology," Jones told The West Orange Times.
'We're answering physiological questions that
are important to the conservation of the animal."
Jones' work at UBC has garnered acclaim
from marine biologists because it marks the
first time in history in which more than one


Photo courtesy of Martin Dee/University of British Columbia
This rare leatherback sea turtle has been thriving in captivity a West Orange High graduate who is working toward a Ph.D.
thanks to an invention created by Todd Jones (in background), in zoology at the University of British Columbia.


WOAA plans don't fly

with Winter Garden


By Michael Laval

Winter Garden is no longer on
board with the West Orange Airport
Authority (WOAA) after learning the
city might have been presented mis-
leading information at a previous City
Commission meeting.
City leaders voted 4-1 at the May
10 commission-meeting in favor of,
granting WOAA with $40,000 in op-
erational funding. Mayor Jack Quesin-
berry cast the dissenting vote.
Representing the WOAA, Guy
Haggard told the commission on May
10 that the authority's plans to take
possession of two small airports north
of Lake Apopka would be finalized
once Winter Garden committed to
funding, just as Orange County and
the cities of Apopka and Ocoee had
already done. In return for paying the
one-time grant of $40,000, Winter
Garden was promised a permanent
seat on the MetroPlan Orlando (MPO)
board that it would share with Ocoee.
Douglas Rodante, president of the
Orlando Apopka Airport Association
(OAAA), which owns one of the air-
ports in question, gave the commis-
sion a different side of the story at last
Thursday's meeting.
The OAAA and its owners, Rodante


said, are not in agreement with
WOAA's plans as Haggard had im-
plied. Orlando Apopka Airport is con-
trolled by its hangar owners, much
like a condominium association. Ro-
dante said he is very confident the
OAAA owners will not approve do-
nating their runway to the WOAA and
that many OAAA owners likely did
not even know about the WOAA's
proposals.
"Haggard is asking us to donate mil-
lions of dollars of property," by giv-
ing up the runway, he said. "That's
not going to fly."
Rodante disputed other claims pre-
viously made by Haggard and asked
the commission to withdraw its fund-
ing for the WOAA.
"I know you want a seat on the
MPO board, but we don't want that
at our expense," he said. "We've got
a good runway there, and we believe
we can run it better than anyone else."
Quesinberry reminded the com-
mission he had been against the pro-
posal from the beginning.
"I voted against it last time because
I didn't think we had enough infor-
mation," Quesinberry said. "If Ro-
dante had been here last week, the vote

(See Winter Garden, 3A)


School building program

heats up during summer


May 22 was the last day of school
for more than 174,000 students en-
rolled in Orange County Public
Schools. When students leave their
classrooms for the summer break,
that's when the professionals in the
school district's Design and Con-
struction Department accelerate their
work.
This summer OCPS Design and
Construction has 20 projects under
construction that are budgeted at
more than $546 million. In the plan-
ning/design stages, 21 projects are
being developed.
"~We have one of the most suc-
cessful and aggressive school con-
struction programs n the country,"
said Superintendent Ronald Block-
er. "Our design and construction team
is dedicated to completing projects
in time for the start of school and
within budget."
"When students are out for the


summer, it's crunch time for our em-
ployees and contractors," said Patrick
Herron, chief facilities executive, new
construction. "We crank it up a few
notches so that new facilities will be
ready when students return to
school."
"During the summer, we have a
window of opportunity to complete
projects we are working on and start
new ones," said Glen White, chief
facilities' executive, renovations. "The
summer is our time to both reap and
sow."
Since 2003, the district has opened
18 new schools to relieve over-
crowding, replaced six schools and
completed the renovation of 10
schools. The projects have been paid
for using several funding sources, in-
cluding sales tax revenues, Certifi-
cates of Participation, class size re-
duction money from the state and lo-
cal impact fees.


leatherback has been successfully raised in
captivity. The pair of 2-year-old female tur-
tles Jones cares for are the second longest liv-
ing and second largest leatherbacks ever raised
in captivity from hatchlings.

Leatherbacks 101
Leatherbacks, named for their rubber-textured
"soft" shells, differ from other sea turtles in
many ways. While the other six species of sea
turtles forage along coastlines or reefs,
leatherbacks are oceanic-pelagic animals,
which, Jones explained, means they live beyond
the continental shelf. Unlike their sea turtle
cousins, leatherbacks are programmed to swim
continuously in open water and have no con-
cept of boundaries. They are the deepest div-
ing of all sea turtles, reaching depths greater
than 1,000 meters. -
Although the hatchlings are small enough to
fit in the palm of your hand, fully grown
leatherbacks can tip the scales at 1,250 pounds
and reach the size of a Volkswagen Beetle.

On the brink of extinction
After roaming the Earth for more than 100'
million years, leatherbacks are now listed as
a critically endangered species. Scientists es-
timate there are less than 50,000 leatherbacks
living today in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.
Within the past 20 years, Jones said, the num-
ber of nesting female leatherbacks in the Pa-
cific has dwindled from 90,000 to only 3,000.
Without significant help, the entire
leatherback population could be extinct by
2015.
Fisheries by-catch, Jones said, is the No. 1
cause of death for adult leatherbacks in the
wild. They often get caught by commercial
fishing nets meant to capture tuna or shrimp.
Other causes of death include the loss of flest-
ing beach habitat to tourism or resorts and light
pollution from beachfront homes or cities that
interfere with nesting behavior by disorienting
hatchlings and adults.
In the wild, Jones said, only one in 1,000
hatchlings make it to adulthood due to a com-
bination of natural causes and human activi-
ties. Humans, he added, can help by reducing
consumption of shrimp and pelagic fish, in


(See Turtles, 1B)


Photo by Mary Anne Swickerath
Ocoee dedicates new public works building
The Ocoee Public Works Department is happy to finally have a brand-new facility that is large enough to
consolidate all of its services in one central location. The city dedicated the new building last Thursday, with
Mayor Scott Vandergrift unveiling the dedication plaque. Public Works Director Steve Krug welcomed ev-
eryone to the ceremony and said the facility, located at 301 Maguire Road, will enable the department to
provide better customer service to residents and businesses. He then presented engraved mementos to
(l-r) City Commissioner Scott Anderson, Mayor Vandergrift, City Commissioner Rusty Johnson and City Man-
ager Rob Frank.



Oakland seeking nat'l recognition for

Green Mountain Scenic Byway


By Amy Quesinberry

Oakland is setting its sights high-
er now that one of its roadways has
received Florida Scenic Highway
status. The town is hoping to re-
ceive national designation for the
Green Mountain Scenic Byway,
which includes the portion of
County Road 438 that's within
Oakland's town limits, as well as
County Road 455 and Old High-
way 50.
At last week's Town Commis-
sion meeting, the elected officials
approved the Green Mountain
Scenic Byway Corridor Manage-
ment Plan, which is a sub-recipient
grant agreement between the town
and the Florida Department of
Transportation.
The $25,000 in grant funds will
go toward hiring a part-time staff
person, who will assist in the im-
plementation of the Corridor Man-
agement Plan and in seeking Na-
tional Scenic Byway designation,
and to cover related expenses.
The total estimated cost of the
project is $38,091. Tasks to be


completed include "the update and
maintenance of an existing Geo-
graphic Information System (GIS)-
based community participation and
fund-raising database, coordina-
tion with local governments in the
revision of local comprehensive
plans and the creation and imple-
mentation of protection techniques
and the identification of grants to
further the goals of the Corridor.
Management Plan and to help attain
financial self-sufficiency," ac-
cording to the project description the
town received.
The Florida Scenic Highways
Program was developed in 1996 to
preserve, maintain, protect and en-
hance the state's outstanding cul-
tural, historical, archeological,
recreational, natural and scenic re-
sources.
In other business, the elected of-
ficials:
accepted Holly Vanture's ap-
plication to the Oakland Avenue
Charter School Advisory Com-
mittee as a community member.
The Orlando resident works for
Castle & Cooke, which is bring-


ing the Oakland Park development
to Oakland and Winter Garden.
passed the first reading and
public hearing of an ordinance that
increases the Homestead Exemp-
tion for low-income seniors from
$25,000 to a maximum of $50,000.
voted 3-1 (with Commission-
er Mona Phipps opposing) to al-
low an animal kennel at 300
Countyline Court. The business,
owned by Holly Kierski of Cler-
mont, will include an outdoor run,
a "doggy daycare" for up to 15
dogs and an unknown number of
cats and an overnight kennel with
30 to 40 animal spaces.
learned from Police Chief Tim
Driscoll that the department re-
ceived a DUI trailer with 10 barri-
cades, traffic cones and lights. The
town was awarded the package
worth $4,500 for providing police
department statistics to the state of
Florida.
listened to Mayor Kathy Stark
read two proclamations recogniz-
ing May 2007 as Neurofibromato-
sis Awareness Month and May 22
as Boy Scouts of America Day.


I News Briefs I







2A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 31, 2007


Obituaries


MARION "ELAINE" AUSMUS, 81,
Winter Garden, died May 25. Since
relocating to Florida in 1965, Elaine
was a dedicat-
ed hospital "0
volunteer, log-
ging more ,'
than 17,000
hours at the
West Orange
Hospital and .
later Health
Central, along
with managing
the hospital
gift shop. She
was involved
in church groups, including the Ster-
lings, and was treasurer of the wom-
en's group at Oakland Presbyterian
Church for many years. She was also
treasurer of the Clermont AARP. She
was active in the Eastern Star and a
member of the church since 1979.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, George; parents, James J.
Foster Sr. and Anna Frerichs Foster;
brother, Robert Foster. Survivors:
brother, James J. Foster Jr. (and
Irma), Homewood, III.; step-children,
Wayne, Linda, Larry; nephew, James
J. Foster III; niece, Cindy Swenson;
cousin, George Frerichs; and many
close friends and loved ones. The fam-
ily will receive friends on Friday, June
1, from 3-8 p.m. at the Baldwin
Fairchild Winter Garden Chapel. The
funeral will be held Saturday, June 2,
at 11 a.m. at Oakland Presbyterian
Church with the Rev. Dr. Robert P.
Hines Jr. officiating. Interment will fol-
low at Winter Garden Cemetery.
MERCEDES YVETTE BASS, 17, Or-
lando, died May 20. She attended Dr.
Phillips High School. Postell's Mortu-
ary, Pine Hills Chapel, Orlando; Wash-
ington Park Cemetery.
HUEY RAY CARDWELL, 74, Ocoee,
died May 22. He was born in Coffee
County, Ala., in 1932, the son of Ear-
ly Franklin and Mattie Sasser Card-
well. He was a self-employed auto me-
chanic. He was of the Pentecostal faith
and a longtime resident of Central
Florida. ,Survivors: sons, Billy Ray,
Kissimmee, Jimmy Lamar, Ocoee,
Kenneth Lee, Ocoee, Marcus Dean


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

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


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: Moon Cricket Caf6, Win-
ter Garden. Saturday: Gaylord Palms
Resort, Kissimmee. Sunday: OUC
Park/Camp Down, Windermere.
Prices are $125; $80 for Saturday
only; and $25 for Sunday only.Con-
tact westorangeclassof87@yahoo.
com or Allison Butler Painter at 407-
656-3137 or ALPainter68@ya-
hoo.com.


"Mark," Orlando, Huey Eugene,
Goosecreek,
S.C., Baylor
Clay, Omaha,
Neb., Ernie
Leon, Enter-
prise, Ala;
daughters,
Carolyn Hen- .
drix, Kershaw, H
S. C., Marilyn
Rice, Nichol-
son, Ga., Kitty
Jordan, Lay-
erne, Ala; 28
grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren;
sisters, Betty Westmoreland, Ponto-
toc, Miss., Bonnie Williams, Enterprise,
Lessie Bee, Albany, Ga.., Myrtice
Cook, Crestview. Collison Carey Hand
Funeral Home, Winter Garden.

AMELIA DENISE COATES, infant,
Winter Garden, died May 23. Marvin C.
Zanders Funeral Home, Apopka.
ELSIE DOWNEY, 85, Ocoee, died
May 24. Woodlawn Funeral Home,
Gotha.
CHARLES J. HAMEL SR., 63, Winter
Garden, died May 13. A Community
Funeral Home & Sunset Cremations,
Orlando.

HORACE CYRUS HAWN JR., 85,
Athens, Ga., died May 24. A native of
Watertown, N.Y., Dr. Hawn was born
in 1921 to the late Horace Cyrus Hawn
Sr. and Mary Clark Hawn. He moved
to Florida as a child and was raised in
New Smyma Beach. He received his
bachelor's degree in music in 1942
and his master's degree in education
in 1948, both from Stetson University.
He received his PhD from Ohio State
University in 1969. He, served in the
U.S. Marine Corps Reserve as a naval
aviator, attending pre-flight school in
Athens in 1942. He was Commander
of VMF-144, Naval Air Station, Jack-
sonville, and retired as a colonel after
39 years, with active service during
WWII and Korea. He was a dedicated
educator, holding positions of high
school band director at Lakeview High
School in Winter Garden; principal of
Rocklake Elementary in Orlando; and
professor in the College of Education


Items needed for
Service Center
The West Orange Christian Service
Center is in need of volunteers, cloth-
ing and food for its Family Emergen-
cy Services program. Items needed
are small household items; protein
food such as peanut butter, canned
meats, macaroni and cheese, canned
vegetables, soup, rice and powdered
milk; and infant items such as formu-
la, diapers and baby food.
Take donated items to the Christian
Service Center, 300 W. Franklin St.,
*Ocoee.

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 details, call 407-
656-2121.



WGPD programs
The Winter Garden Po-
lice Department is organiz-
ing 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
officer will come to your
house to check doors, win-
dows, locks, lighting and
alarm systems.
To set an appointment,
call 407-656-3636.


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DR. JO J. REEVES,
CHIROPRACTOR
407-656-0390 G
1080 S. DILLARD ST. WINTER GARDEN, FL Art
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at the University of Georgia, retiring in
1992 after 23 years. He also served
as choir director at Friendship Pres-
byterian Church for 25 years, was a
Paul Harris Fellow and George H.
Reavis Associate as a member of
Classic City Rotary, a member of
Torch and a 20-year member of the.
Athens Symphony Orchestra. Sur-
vivors: wife, Grace; sons, Rick, Flori-
da, Dennis Dann, Texas, Michael (and
Sonja), North Carolina, Thomas (and
Chris), Georgia; daughters, Carol Per-
ri (and Johnny), Georgia, Rebecca
Poffenberger (and Brad), Florida; 13
grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; sis-
ters, Helen Flowers, Anna Lou Luz-
nar; brother, Eddie Vogt. Memorial
contributions can be made to a char-
ity of one's choice. Bernstein Funeral
Home.
WILLIAM "OLD MAN" JONES JR.,
Ocoee (and formerly of Winter Gar-
den), died May 16. He was born in
1921 in Leland, Miss. Survivors: 3
brothers and his godchildren, Kerrye
and Harry Owens, Damien and Aman-
da Ford, Jarry Owens Jr., Jason
Owens and Desmond Owens, all of
Ocoee; 4 god-grandchildren, Genesis
Ford, Damien Ford Jr., Hannah Ford,
Isaiah Owens; life companion, Shiela.

RICHARD LYMAN "BUTCH"
LOOMIS, 68, Ocoee, died May 22.
Memorial donations can be made to
Cornerstone Hospice, 108 W. Ameri-
ca St., Orlando 32801; 800-679-6088.
Central Florida Direct Cremation Ser-
vice, Orlando.
NELSON RIVERA SR., 70, Orlando,
died Wednesday, May 23. He was
born in Corozal, Puerto Rico. He was
a painting craftsman. He was Catholic.
Survivors: wife, Luz Z.; sons, Nelson
Jr., Ronald.D., John S., Nelson E., Luis
A., Carlos L.; daughter, Marangely
Rivera-Hernandez; sisters, Pastora
Nieves, Lillian Mercado; brother, An-
gel Luis; 13 grandchildren; 2 great-
grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
neral Home, Winter Garden; Chapel
Hill Cemetery, Orlando.
ROBERT C. THRUSH, 71, Winter
Garden, died May 27. Family Funeral
Care, Hunter's Creek, Orlando.


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

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


SPECIALIZING IN TREATING
A UTO ACCIDENT INJURIES
Licensed Massage Therapist
:NTLE CHIROPRACTIC HAS BEEN EFFECTIVE TREATING:
Back Pain Headaches Shoulder Pain Neck Pain
thritis Painful Joints Stiffness Numbness Arm/Leg
Pain Bursitis Hip Pain Cold Hands/Feet


Shooting investigation
Shortly after 11 p.m. on Sunday,
May 27, two unknown suspects
armed with a handgun approached
two males in the Pioneer Key 2 mo-
bile home park in Ocoee. Shots
were fired, and one male sustained
a head injury thought to be a gun-
shot would but was later found to
be the result of being struck with
the handgun, according to police.
The second victim ran away and
was uninjured. The suspects es-
caped on foot.
Ocoee police were dispatched to


Orange County Animal
Services needs homes
for many cats, kittens
Now is a good time to adopt a cat or
kitten from Orange County Animal
Services, 2769 Conroy Road, Orlan-
do (near Mall at Millenia). The facil-
ity has an overflow of felines awaiting
new homes.
The adoption. fee is $40 and in-
cludes, spay/neuter, initial vaccina-
tions and tags, microchip for identi-
fication, heartworm check, feline
leukemia and AIDS test, bag of dry
food and information on caring for a
new pet.
For more information, call 407-254-
9150 or visit www.ocnetpets.com.

Senior Health Day
at Belk in Ocoee
.Senior Health Day will be held-
Tuesday, June 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the-Belk department store in the
West Oaks Mall in Ocoee.
There will be bingo at 11' a.m. and
1 p.m., as well as free health testing,
door prizes, informative seminars and
vendors presenting their services.
Lunch will beprovided from 11:45-
12:30, and a free gift will be present-
ed to the first 50 people to bring in
this press release or their Senior Day
letter.
This free event, which is sponsored
by Belk, Ocoee Health Care Center '
and Care America Home Health, is
open to seniors and their families in the
West Orange and South Lake com-
munities.

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


Come Home To...

SUPERIOR
RESIDENCES
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the scene where they found the in-
jured victim. The victim was trans-
ported to Orlando Regional Medi-
cal Center for emergency treatment.
Orlando Regional Medical Center
reported the victim to be in stable
condition.
The Ocoee Police Department is
requesting that anyone with infor-
mation about this incident contact
the department at 407-905-3160 or
Crimeline at 1-800-TIPS.

Ocoee fire report


The Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to 84 calls for assistance
during the period of May 17-24,
Stations 1, 2 and 3:
Fire-4
EMS-39
Vehicle accidents-7
Hazardous materials-2
Public Service-22
False alarms-10
City calls-72
County calls-7
Winter Garden calls-3
Windermere calls-2.


Safe Sitter classes offered at Health Central'


Young children cannot always
communicate their needs or protect
themselves. Left alone, the babysit-
ter needs to be able to handle any sit-
uation that may arise with care and
in a calm manner. Health Central
medical center in Ocoee will teach
summer Safe Sitter classes. These
classes offer medically accurate,
hands-on instruction that teach both
boys and girls ages 11-13 how to han-
dle emergencies when caring for chil-
dren.
Safe Sitters learn what to do when
a child chokes, safety for the sitter,
how to call for emergency help,

Counseling offered at Health
* 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-esteem.
Lakeside serves all age groups, and
the main purpose of providing ser-
vices in the West Orange community

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

Hold your event
at Tanner Hall
Tanner Hall on Lake Apopka is
available for rental for events on week-
ends and weekdays. For more infor-
mation, call the Winter Garden Recre-
ation Department at 407-656-4155.
The Tanner is at 29 W. Garden Ave.


babysitting business skills, basic
childcare skills and how to entertain
children 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 hospital.
A fee of $50 covers the two-day pro-
gram.
For more information and to reg-
ister, call the Education Department
at Health Central at 407-296-1440.
Classes fill up fast, so register early.
To confirm placementHealth Cen-
tral must receive the registration form
and the class fee. Registration over
the phone will not be accepted. i

Alliance Family Care Center
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-Thursr
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.HealthAllianceOnriline.org.

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,
at 407-296-1148.


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Our Office Policy: The patient and any other person responsible for pay-
ment has the right to refuse to pay; cancel payment or be reimbursed
Sforpayment for any other service, examination or treatment which is
performed asa result ofand within 72 hours of responding to the ad-
S- -v ertisement for the free, discounted fee or reduced fee service, ex-
m anination or treatment.





A whole new lifestyle

awaits you.


Studio and 1 bedroom apartments
available now. Check our rates!


Sometimes just a little assistance
can enable more independence leading to
a higher quality of life.

Veterans may qualify for reimbursement. Ask us!
Licenses ALF, LNS & ECC AL#10160

Come by for a tour
1600 Hunt Trace Blvd. Clermont, FL 34711
(352) 394-5549 (Behind the Home Depot)


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Local police and fire reports


It's been a year,
they say time heals
all sorrow and help
us to forget.
But it's only proven
how much we miss
: you mommy.
You were so loved,
you are now
stirrounded by angels.
(No mote tears,
Sno more pain).

We miss you,
In Loving Memory your loving daughter

Linda S. Morgan Carrie
May 23, 1953-June 1, 2006







Thursday, May 31, 2007 The West Orange Times 3A


Tom Rodriguez, executive director of the Oakland Nature Preserve, and 2 board members, Krista Comp-
ton and Theresa Joiner, participated in a training session at Yosemite National Institutes, where they were
given personal tours and attended meetings to help explore ideas about programs.


Oakland Nature Preserve begins

planning programs to be offered


j The Oakland Nature Preserve mem-
bership has begun planning future pro-
.grams and facilities and is inviting all
-interested persons to participate. Plans
call for construction of the education
-center to begin soon. Brainstorming
has begun about physical layout of the
museum, classroom and lab, as well
as the types of programs to be offered.
Tom Rodriguez, executive director,
and two board members, Krista Comp-
ton and Theresa Joiner, have just re-
'turned from a training session at
Yosemite National Institutes, where
they were given personal tours and at-


tended meetings to help explore ideas
about programs.
The public is invited to a program to
be held this Thursday, May 31, at 7
p.m. in Oakland Town Hall, where a
brief history of the preserve and fu-
ture programs will be discussed. Many
volunteers are needed to help devel-
op these programs, as well as carry out
important duties such as greeting vis-
itors to the boardwalk and trails.
Help is needed for a number of
tasks, and no experience is required.
Volunteers will be able to set their own
schedule with as much time as they


County task.force to hold
public meeting on ethics reform


The Orange County Task Force on
Ethics and Campaign Finance Reform
will hold a public meeting next Thurs-
day, May 31, to discuss issues related
to ethics and campaign finance reform
and to gather public input on these im-
portant areas.
The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.
at the Orange County Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners Chambers, first
floor, 201 Rosalind Ave., Orlando.
The task force was established by.
resolution of the BCC and members
were appointed by the Chief Judge of
the Ninth Judicial Circuit for the pur-

Program on new
prostate treatments
Dr. Ken Essig, an urologist, will
discuss Recent Innovations in Prostate
Treatment on Tuesday, June 12, at
6:30 p.m. in the National Training
Center on the campus of South Lake
Hospital.
The program is free, but seating is
limited. Registration is recommend-
ed, and refreshments will be served.
For more information and to regis-
ter, call 352-394-4071, Ext. 4412.


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

West Orange Teen Group
The West Orange Christian Service
Center in Ocoee presents a West Or-
lange 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.

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 Mal-
donado will be available Mondays and
efhursdays to help answer questions and
file forms.
His services will be offered at the Tom
'son Seniors and Veterans Center, 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 appeals; apply for
increases, widows benefits, burial ben-
Ofits, pensions, survivor benefits pro-
gram claims and to prepare notice of
disagreements and appeals. Counselors
kre also available for group benefits
briefings. To scheduled a briefing, call
'407-836-8990.
For details, call 407-654-8493.


pose of conducting meetings and tak-
ing testimony to assess the need for
local regulation in the area of ethics and
campaign finance reform.
The public is encouraged to attend
and invited to address the task force.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA), if any
person with a disability, as defined by
the ADA, needs special accommoda-
tion to participate in this proceeding,
he or she should contact the Orange
County Communications Division
(407-836-3111) no later than two busi-
ness days prior to the proceeding.

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.

Christian Service Center
kidsFOCUS Summer
Program
The kidsFOCUS Summer Program
at the West Orange Christian Service
Center offers supervision and a variety
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 Center for
hands-on experiences, as well as field
trips to Rock Springs, libraries, recre-
ation parks, history and art museums,
swimming pools and Gatorland.
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.


want to serve.
Two training sessions will be orga-
nized in June to begin the docent pro-
gram. For further information, call the
Oakland Nature Preserve at 407-905-
0054.
The preserve has been acquired, re-
stored and operated by volunteers and
has become more and more popular
in the area. Plans for the future include
construction of a unique environmen-
tal education building and organiza-
tion of an environmental education
program for children, adultsand stu-
dents.



Property tax reform
will be topic of 2
town hall meetings
State Rep. Bryan Nelson re-
cently announced two town hall
meetings to discuss property tax
reform in preparation for the
June 12-22 special session in
Tallahassee.
The first meeting is scheduled
for Tuesday, June 5, at the
Apopka City Hall from 6-8 p.m.
The second meeting is Wednes-
day, June 6, from 6-9 p.m. at the
Ocoee City Commission Cham-
bers at City Hall.
"Lowering property taxes is
the most pressing issue for
Floridians, and I am committed
to finding a solution that will
significantly lower property tax
bills for our taxpayers without a
Band-Aid fix," said Nelson.
Nelson has asked anyone who
cannot attend the meetings but
would like to comment on the
property tax issue to send ques-
tions and suggestions
to Bryan.Nelson@myflorida-
house.gov.


You do not want to
miss this event!!!


UCF student identifies 1,013 Central Florida veterans for memorial wall


A University of Central Florida
social work student has compiled
the names of more than 1,000 Cen-
tral Florida veterans who died serv-
ing their country for a memorial
wall. The wall will be built at the
planned veterans' hospital in Or-
lando.
Lauren Barr, who is pursing a
master's degree in social work at
UCF, spent months scouring military
records (beginning with World War
I) for the names of men and wom-
en from the region who died while
in the Army, Navy, Marines, Air
Force and Coast Guard.
Barr started the project under the
guidance of Paul Maiden, associate
professor of social work, who had
been contacted with a request for
assistance by Central Florida Vet-
erans.
Barr identified the names of 1,013
veterans from six Central Florida
counties who died during WWI,
WWII, the Korean War, the Viet-.
nam Conflict, the Persian Gulf War
and the recent wars in Afghanistan
and Iraq.


Winter Garden
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probably wouldn't have happened."
Commissioner Harold Bouler dis-
cussed the regret he felt after voting
to fund the WOAA at the May 10
meeting.
"I lost three nights of sleep after
voting to give that $40,000 at the last
meeting," Bouler said. "There are so
many other things that need to be done
with that money, things that could
benefit the city more than this air-
port."
The commission quickly deter-
mined it could withdraw its support of
the WOAA's plans without needing
to vote.
"Our pledge from the previous
meeting was contingent on the
WOAA's deal going through," Com-
missioner Bob Buchanan said. "So,
now it's meaningless."
Quesinberry added that he was con-
fident Winter Garden would never
pay the $40,000 to the WOAA.
In other business, the elected offi-
cials:
awarded the contract for im-
provements to the intersection of
Ninth Street and Story Road to Emer-
ald Utilities for $817,097.
approved the first readings of
three proposed ordinances to annex,
rezone and amend the city's future
land-use map for 1.43 acres located at
12728 W. Colonial Drive.
voted.to waive the permit fee for
First Baptist Church of Winter Garden
to use the downtown gazebo on June
4.
passed a trio of ordinances to an-
nex, rezone and amend the future
land-use map for 0.34 acres at 81
Broad St


With help from Hal Mendelsohn,
librarian at UCF, and Donald Post,
analyst at the Florida Department
of Veterans' Affairs, Barr located
most of the records online or in spe-
cial archives published by the Flori-
da Department of Military Affairs.
She learned, however, that some
records are missing information. For
example, collective death records
for WWII do not include the date
of death. This information is record-
ed on a veteran's individual record,
which may not be easily accessible.
Other records are unclear as to the
cause or location of death.
"The biggest surprise was to learn
just how difficult it is to get accurate
information," Barr said. "It's really
opened up my eyes about the lack of
awareness and the sheer numbers
involved."
Barr's list of names and those
gathered by the Central Florida Vet-
erans Memorial Park Foundation
will be used to create a memorial
wall at a planned veterans' hospi-
tal to be built at Lake Nona near
UCF's new College of Medicine.


The foundation's chairman, Neil
Euliano, said its members have been
meeting regularly with architects to
fine-tune the details of the wall,
which will consist of a large semi-
circle made of black granite.
"The wall will be approximately
12 feet high with two-inch engraved
letters identifying each veteran,"
Euliano said, adding that it will be
designed so that new names can be
added over time. "In the center will
be an eternal flame flanked by the
U.S. flag, the Florida flag and the
MIA flag."
The wall will be part of the con-
struction of the hospital, but it will
be paid for with donations to the
foundation.
Euliano said positioning the wall
at the hospital's entrance will pro-
vide the facility with a perfect venue
for welcoming dignitaries and hold-
ing press conferences. It will also
serve as a reminder to the thousands
of visitors, employees and patients
who visit the hospital each month
of the ultimate sacrifice made by
"fallen Central Florida heroes."


Arts & Framing grand opening
Arts & Framing Portrait Studio celebrated its grand opening recently with' the help
of the West Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors. Arts & Framing, for-
merly known as Beyond Framing, had been serving Central Florida for more than
10 years. The new store is located on 1201 CR 535, in Winter Garden. The busi-
ness specializes in custom framing, wedding photography, portraits, and features
an art gallery with original art, shadow boxes and sports memorabilia. Gathered
at the grand opening are (1-r): ambassadors Chesta Hembrooke and Joan Bailey,
artist/manager Michel Dubeau, owner Sal Colaci, ambassador the Rev. Tom Ruther-
ford, owner Michele Colaci and ambassadors Pat Gleason and Anette Luck.




TOWN OF OAKLAND
NOTICE OF LARGE SCALE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND
ZONING MAP AMENDMENT CHANGES
AND PUBLIC HEARINGS

The Town of Oakland Town Commission proposes to change the Future Land Use (CPA
07-01) and Zoning Map (ZMA 07-01) designations of the following 13.3 acre property
generally located south of Lake Apopka and west of Hull Island Road. The Town of Oak-
land proposes to adopt the following ordinances:
ORDINANCE 2007-03
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF OAKLAND, FLORIDA, TO AMEND THE
TOWN OF OAKLAND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, BY AMENDING THE OFFI-
CIAL FUTURE LAND USE MAP ESTABLISHING THE FUTURE LAND USE
DESIGNATION OF AGRICULTURAL FOR THOSE PARCELS DESCRIBED IN
SECTION I OF THIS ORDINANCE; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS, SEVER-
ABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE 2007-04
AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF OAKLAND, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
TOWN OF OAKLAND OFFICIAL ZONING MAP AS ESTABLISHED IN ARTI-
CLE III, SECTION 3.1, ZONING CODE OF THE TOWN OF OAKLAND, FLORI-
DA, AS AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTED; ESTABLISHING THE ZONING
CLASSIFICATION OF A-1 FOR THAT PARCEL DESCRIBED IN SECTION I OF
THIS ORDINANCE; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS, SEVERABILITY, CODI-
FICATION AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.










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A public hearing will be heard on the request by the Town Commission at the following time
and place:
DATE: June 12, 2007
WHERE, Town Center Meeting Hall
231 N. Arrington Street
WHEN: 7:00 P.M.
All hearings are open to the public. Any interested party is invited to offer comments about
this request at the public hearing or in writing to the Town of Oakland, PO Box 98, Oak-
land FL 34760, or by e-mail to planning@oaktownusa.com. A copy of the request can be
inspected at the Town Hall. Any party appealing a land use decision made at a public hear-
ing must ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which includes the ev-
idence and testimony that is the basis of the appeal.
The time and/or location of public hearings are subject to change. Changes are announced
at the initial scheduled hearing. Notice of any changes will not be published or mailed.
Any person needing special accommodations to attend a public hearing must contact Lin-
da Balsavage, Town Clerk, at 407-656-1117, at least 24 hours before the meeting.


2 teams will battle it out for 3 days
,to.see who Will- be awarded afithe
War Games Champions.
This event is for thosefthat a

going into the 6th grade -Those
that graduated this year.


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CITY OF WINTER GARDEN
NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORKSHOP

The City of Winter Garden City Commission will conduct a pub-
lic workshop on proposed Charter amendments Thursday, June
14, 2007, 6:30 p.m. at Tanner Hall, 29 W. Garden Avenue, Win-
ter Garden.
All city residents are invited and encouraged to attend and address
the City Commission regarding the proposed Charter changes. The
proposed changes are available on the city's web site at www.Win-
terGarden-FL.gov and at the City Clerk's office at City Hall (407)
656-4111 Ext. 2254.


WAR GAMES


ARMY VS NAVY
: .. 23







4A The West Orange Times Thursday, May 31, 2007


Opinion


These Times


My 1st year as a
By Jennifer Couch

As we all start our summer vacations filled with wa-
ter park adventures, camps and road trips, I wanted to
take a minute and reflect on my first year of teaching.
I moved here last July from Michigan to start my career
as an elementary teacher.
Graduating from Western Michigan University, I felt
like I knew it all. (Don't most young adults?) Howev-
er, I soon came to find out teaching is a profession you
build upon and your mind fills up with new, valuable
information daily.
Thanks to the wonderful staff at Windermere Ele-
mentary, my horizons have broadened. I left my portable
recently and headed to a 10-by-15-foot storage unit
filled to the top with "treasures" I have collected in this
school year alone. Thanks to my mentor, Vicki Hor-
ton, my book collection is outstanding and filled with
every single Clifford book available.
This year has been filled with many firsts my first
class, the first time I was thrown up on by a kid, the
first time a student stuck a rock up his nose (on accident)
and the first school year with first-day jitters. I feel like
I could publish a book with all of my memories and the
quotes I wrote down from my students this year.
I learned many new and interesting things this year
as well. I learned how to spell Wal-Mart the correct
way 'tW-a-l-star-M-a-r-t. I learned that in Florida
bell and sail do sound the same. I learned that the Spice
Girls are a "new" group. I learned that one of my stu-
dents likes to sit on a raft in her pool with a bag of chips
and tan all while sipping on a pina colada (no alco-'
hol, of course).


1st-grade teacher
I also learned that paper mach6 with first-graders is
not a good idea. I learned how to kill a cockroach faster
than anyone around. I learned it's always a good idea
to wear flip-flops to school in Florida or I'll regret
it by 3 o'clock. I learned that a Starbucks run at 8 a.m.
is almost a necessity and that weekends were made for
teachers. I learned that Nurse Sue holds the key to ev-
ery medical problem on earth saltine crackers.
I also learned a hug will make any day better and that
"I'm not your friend" is the most hurtful thing a 6-year-
old child has ever heard. I learned I made a difference
in 18 little minds and they will never forget me, nor
will I ever, ever forget them. They were my first class,
and I'll always remember the grief they gave me ev-
ery day about being a "teenager" because I'm a young
teacher or about not having a boyfriend. They also
begged me to have a baby why, I don't know.
Kids have a great sense of telling the truth, especial-
ly when I have a pimple on my' chin. They would let me
know about it and stare at it all day. Parents should be
careful what they say around their kids because the next
day the children bring it to their teachers to share. This
is how I know most women have belly button rings so
they can feel younger.
Kids bring you back to reality. They make me solid
and who I am. They make me laugh; they make me cry.
They make me want to go back for more.
Next year I'll be at a new school, Sunset Park Ele-
mentary, with a different class with different little per-
sonalities. I have to guide them in the best direction I
can. And thanks to this school year and my unforget-
table Windermere family, it should be an easy accom-
plishment.


Jennifer Couch at Windermere Elementary with her first 1st-grade class.


Editor:

I am writing to express my shock and disapproval of
a recent decision by West Orange High School to re-
move Mr. David Laniewski as band director.
Mr. Laniewski has spent more than 20 years at West
Orange, loyally serving his school and his students. I
was fortunate enough to be one of those students, and I
can personally attest to his greatness as a leader, teach-
er and mentor. His love for his students is like that of a
father,' and it shows in his dedication to their success
both musically and personally.
Meetings held at West Orange High with school lead-
ership have made it clear that there was no misconduct
that led to this decision. The band has a long history of
success on the field and in the concert hall and remains .


Editor:

Each legislative session, the House and Senate are
charged with appropriating the state budget, the only
piece of legislation that must be passed by the end of
session.
Over the next several weeks, my column will focus
on breaking down the state budget, which was sent to
the governor this year at $71.9 billion.
This year brought many challenges to the legislature
during the budget process, as sales tax receipts had slowed
considerably as a result of a mostly hurricane-free sum-
mer, saving Floridians money for their own pockets but
also reducing the pot to be split up in the budget.
For the first time in many years, sales tax receipts ac-
tually amounted to less than the year before, and so the
total budget has been reduced as well, from $73.6 billion
for the last fiscal year.
One might wonder, with a budget so big, how could
legislators offer proper scrutiny of the funding so as to
remain responsible stewards.of tax dollars?
In reality, the entire budget comes together only at the
end of the process, after it has been dissected and trimmed
in sections through deliberation in its council of juris-
diction and the following conference committee with
both House and Senate members.
This approach allows members with the most exper-
tise in any givenpolicy area to analyze and amend the
'budget items before any of them make it int6 the Gen-
eral Appropriations Act.
The biggest of these council sections funds the Health
and Human Services budget, with education following
close behind.
Each council budget draws on a number of issue- and
project-specific trust funds, which hold the money to be


a highly respected program throughout the state. i
For these reasons, I join a throng of students, parents!
and alumni who are calling for the school board to in-I
vestigate this action and determine if it was justified.
Hundreds in our community have been affected byi
this loss. That same community has now rallied behind
the director that taught them passion and determination.
We are determined to support David Laniewski, and our}
passion for this cause will not grow cold.
We humbly ask that our teacher, our mentor and our
friend be given the decency and due process that he de-j
serves.

Asa Walkeft
Winter GardekI
M


appropriated for various projects.
This year, the Environment and Natural- Resources
Budget Conference Committee, on which I sat, ended
*with a budget of $7 billion, highlighted by a substantial1
increase in funding for comprehensive Everglades restorat
tion, including Lake Okeechobee and the St. Lucie anri
Caloosahatchee Rivers. i
These funds came from a combination of General Rev-
enue funds, which can be appropriated for nearly any
purpose, and 27 other trust funds associated with the De-
partment of Environmental Protection and other related
agencies. 'A
Trusts funds available to the Environment and Natut-
ral Resources Council range in purpose from "Admin-
istrative" to "Save Our Everglades" to "Wastewater;
Treatment and Storm Water Management Revolving"
Loans."
This process of drawing from policy-specific trust
funds is similar for all House council budgets.
Revenue can be classified in two ways: recurring and
non-recurring.
In any given budget year, the Legislature, by consti'W
tutional amendment, cannot appropriate more than 3 per-
cent of non-recurring dollars (one-time revenue sources)
for recurring budget items.
This year, Orange County fared well through the bud--
get negotiations, with the biggest slices going to the Uni-
versity of Central Florida, Valencia Community College
and transportation projects, highlighted by $16.3 mil-'
lion for the commuter rail project.
If I can answer any questions on this year's budget,
please contact my office at 407-880-4414.

State Rep. Bryan Nelson
District 38,


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Thursday, May 31, 2007 The West Orange Times 5A




Business


Gathered at the future site of StarChild Academy are (1-r): kneeling, Arya Sant, owners Anil Sant and Dan-
ny King; standing, owner Varsha Sant; Shelly Weidenhamer, Winter Garden economic development di-
rector; Robyn Sims, SunTrust branch manager; Nelson Blankenship, Jr. of Blankenship Architects; City
Manager Michael Bollhoefer; owner Peter Zimmermann; Espy Elliot, project coordinator for MRI Architec-
tural Group; architect Ben Celones; construction administrator James Dyer; and Darand Williams, vice
president of D&D Construction.


StarChild Academy breaks ground
, StarChild Academy broke ground classrooms and a bright, open envi-
this month on a two-building, 25,000- ronment with glass walls dividing all
s.quare-foot facility in Winter Gar- classrooms.
4en. Construction on the school, lo- The school will offer high-quality,
cated at 1324 Winter Garden- education-oriented programs for in-
Vineland Road, should be complet- fants through Kindergarten, before-
ed by December. school and after-school, summer pro-
StarChild Academy of Winter Gar- grams, as well as half-day preschool
den is designed to be a state-of-the-art and pre-K programs.
learning environment with extensive StarChild Academy's programs of-
safety features, video cameras in all fer nationally recognized curricula


Health Central gala
Health Central Foundation's
'"Evening of Temptation" gala, held in
March at the Rosen Shingle Creek
Resort, raised a record-breaking
$400,000-plus through donations,
sponsorships and auction items.
Tracy Seebach, Health Central
Foundation board member and di-
rector of office sales for Veranda
Park, chaired the gala committee and
directed the record-breaking fund-
raising effort. In addition, Veranda
Park, a $700 million development un-
der construction in MetroWest,
stepped up as the gala's presenting
sponsor.
Proceeds from the gala benefited


in Winter Garden
for each age group, including A Beta
Phonics, McGraw-Hill SRA Open
Court phonics reading and the Sax-
on math curricula.
Anil and Varsha Sant, Danny King
and Stephanie Tsang are owners of
the Winter Garden StarChild Acade-
my. The school will be open Monday
through Friday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
For more information or to enroll,
call 407-877-0345.


raises $400K for school nurse program


the Health Central Foundation School
Nurse Program, which was estab-
lished in 1995 to bring healthcare to
students whose socio-economic status
has left them without medical and
dental care.
"The Health Central Foundation
School Nurse Program is extremely
important for the well-being of our
children, as well as our entire com-
munity," Seebach said.
"It gives schools an opportunity to
provide real heath care that would
otherwise not be readily available to
children who desperately need it," she
added. "The Health Central Founda-
tion gala is the biggest fund-raising


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The road to successful investing is paved differently for each investor. One in-
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matter which road an investor finds himself taking. Below is a listing of some of
these basic principles that may lead an individual along the road to successful
investing.
Formalize your goals. As with the achievement of any goal, commitment to
the goal is half the battle. Formalize your commitment to attaining your goals
by writing them down, both short-term and long-term. Follow your progress by
updating them at least annually. How else will you know if you are actually
going to attain your goals?
Invest early as possible. Procrastination is an investor's worst enemy.
Though there is no perfect or ideal time to start investing now may be the best
time of all.
Invest in what you understand. If you do not understand how an investment
works you will not fully understand the risks associated with that investment.
Is it really worth it placing your hard-earned money in this type of investment?
No.
Consider the impact of inflation and taxes. Inflation and taxes erode an in-
vestor's purchasing power. The consideration of investments that minimize the
impact of these two forces may be key in meeting your goals.
Your portfolio is for you and you alone. The design and formulation of your
portfolio is based on your goals, time horizon and risk tolerance. Understand
that what may work for your friend, cousin, or co-worker may not work for you
! because one size does not fit all.
A basket of eggs is better than just one. Diversification of your investment
assets may bring the positive benefits of reduced risk and stable returns to your
investment portfolio basket. Mutual funds are a cost efficient way to invest
while at the same time reaping the benefits of diversification.
Use time, not timing when investing. Trying to correctly time the ups and
downs of the market is a risky, if not impossible, task. Most investors will fare
far better by keeping their investment assets in the market the entire time. It is
*time in the market, not timing the market.
The old team player may be better than a young hotshot. Try to avoid the
temptation of investing in the new "hotshot" investment that may lose its luster
quickly. Seek investments with solid track records that will benefit you more
over the long run.
Know when to cut your losses. Many investors do not know when to get out
of an investment. If your investment selection is heading'south and most likely
won't return to previous form, face the music and consider getting out before
your lumps get too big.
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event of the year benefiting the school
nurse program."
The foundation currently provides
registered nurses in 33 Orange Coun-
ty public schools that serve 40,000
students on a daily basis. The foun-
dation must secure $528,000 this year
to support the school nurse program
for the 2006-07 school year.
The gala provided a live and silent
auction for its 800 guests, along with
a four-course dinner and live enter-
tainment by Grammy award winner
Richard Street, lead singer of the
Temptations from 1971-95.


Winners of the Greater Orlando NACE chapter awards (1-r):
Julie Ford, Classic Party Rentals, NACE Affiliate of the Year;
Ed DiAntonio, director of catering, Disney Swan and Dolphin Re-
sort, NACE caterer of the Year; and Billy Singleton, Grand Cy-
press Villas and Golf Course, Spirit of NACE award winner.

Disney Swan and Dolphin director
named caterer of the year
The Greater Orlando chapter of National Association of Catering
Executives (NACE) presented Ed DiAntonio, director of catering at
the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin resort, with its Caterer of
the Year award for 2007.
The NACE award recognizes individuals whose participation, con-
tributions and involvement have made a significant impact on the
NACE Orlando chapter. As director of catering, DiAntonio oversees
the catering operation for the hotel, which conducts an average of
4,200 covers per day.
"Our catering department has been recognized several times over
the years for its exemplary work," said Peter Kacheris, Swan and
Dolphin general manager. "We credit this success to.Ed's strong lead-
ership skills. On behalf of the hotel, we truly congratulate him on this
award."
DiAntonio received the award at the NACE Orlando chapter's an-
nual awards program.



Construction begins at Windermere Business Center


Pelican Bay Development an-
nounced it has begun vertical con-
struction of Windermere Business
Center. The project is located on the
northeast comer of the intersection at
Conroy-Windermere and Turkey Lake
roads.


. Jim Nashman, president of Pelican
Bay Development, also announced he
had appointed Michael Hall as assis-
tant project manager for Windermere
Business Center. All retail space on
the development's ground floor, he
added,-has been sold.


Central Florida Native

TIPS FOR A GREAT
SETTLEMENT

When you come to sign the final pa-
pers for the settlement of the sale of your
home, you will probably leave keys, dis-
cuss the final details with your realtor and
perhaps drink a toast. Sometimes that
setting is filled with tension and pressure
as you work out important aspects of the
transaction at the last minute.
How can you help make your transac-
tion a relaxed and happy one? First, try
to get the fine points worked out ahead
of time with your real estate agent. There
may be a few unresolved issues, such as'
repairs that were not completed, a disap-
pearing dining room chandelier or an oc-
cupancy agreement. The atmosphere
doesn't need to become adversarial, and
minor upsets should not threaten the trans-
action. If you anticipate a problem, no
matter how minor it may seem, be sure to
communicate the situation to your Real-
tor in advance, so that it can be handled
before the date of title transfer.
If you would like to talk further about
buying or selling real estate, please con-
tact Libby Tomyn CRS at Century 21
Professional Group. Call me on my per-
sonal message line, 321-293-2160.



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Winter Garden


With the Bravo mariachi band are, I-r, Avril Davy, Deb Strickland, registered nurse Petrona Ferguson and
Director of Nursing Reuben Bowie of Health Central Park.

Park goes international for nurse week


"Around the World in Seven Days"
was the theme of National Nurses'
Week at Health Central Park. Direc-
tor of Nursing Services Reuben Bowie
went gangbusters planning a fun-filled
food celebration week May 6-12 with
themed meals.
A Sunday afternoon tea party with
a variety of teas and freshly baked
scones for her staff was just the be-
ginning.
On Monday, nurses enjoyed a Eu-
ropean breakfast. Tuesday, the nurs-


ing staff was served an Asian buffet
catered by Asian Bistro Buffet.
Wednesday was Mexican night, and in
addition to the food and drinks, they
were treated to music by Bravo, a lo-
cal mariachi band. Bowie also gave
out door prizes such as American Ex-
press gift cards, Darden restaurant gift
cards and gift baskets.
Thursday's stop around the world
was Italian. On Friday, the nurses were
treated to an All-Americah griller's
extravaganza. To wrap up the week, the


certified nursing assistants held a
Caribbean dinner for their nurses.
The week wasn't just about eating.
It was a celebration of the loyal, hard-
working licenses nurses at Health Cen-
tral Park. Bowie has been honoring
her licensed staff in this manner for
years and says this is her way of let-
ting them know she enjoys them and
appreciates their expertise and dedi-
cation to the residents.
HCP is located at 411 N. Dillard
St., Winter Garden.


Day of Giving planned at

Maxey Community Center


Samantha Threadgill introduces
her baby brother, Jake Ryan
Threadgill.

It's a boy!
John and Valerie Threadgill of Win-
ter Garden are the parents of a baby
boy, Jake Ryan Threadgill, born
March 9 at Florida Hospital South.
He weighed 9 pounds and measured 21
3/4 inches in length at birth.
Grandparents are Fred and Ann
Threadgill of Dr., Phillips and Fred
and Nancy Jones of Clermont.
Jake joins a big sister, Samantha,
who is 9.


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 event is
free and open to the public. The pur-
pose is to provide valuable resources
to the community, such as free hair-
cuts, health information, screenings,
clothing and non-perishable food
items.
There will be free face painting, a
bounce house and other fun activities
for the children, plus special give-
aways.
Guests can receive information from
the following organizations: Ameri-
group, Central Florida Drowning Task
Force, Orange County Public Library,
Orange County's "The Club," Com-
munity Health Centers Inc., Orange
County Supervisor of Elections, A&S
Discount Med Supplies, Primary Care
Access Network, Florida KidCare, city
of Winter Garden EMS, Orange Coun-
ty Head Start, LIHEAP, Career Insti-


tute, Orange TV, ADA Office of Dis-
abilities, 211 Community Resources;
And Orange County Dental Clinic,
Orange County Healthy Start Coali-
tion, AHCA Area 7 Medicaid office,
Senior Resource Alliance, People with
Special Needs Program, Seniors First,
Greater Orlando Food Bank, Univer-
sity of Florida IFAS Extension, Win-
ter Garden Parks & Recreation De-
partment, Center for Multicultural
Wellness & Prevention, Legal Aid So-
ciety of OCBA, Citrus Healthcare,
Family Physicians Group, Valencia
Community College and Orange
County WIC.
The center is at 830 Klondike St.,
Winter Garden. The event is sponsored
by the Rev. Willie and Mary Barnes of
the International Church of Faith, Or-
ange County Community Action Di-
vision and District 1 Commissioner
Teresa Jacobs
For more information, call Pedro
Diaz at 407-836-2551.


Winter Garden Recreation activities


The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment offers activities and class-.
es. For more details or to register, call
407-656-4155.
Acting Classes are Tuesdays
from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Old Fire
Station Rec Center, 127 S. Boyd St.
The cost is $65 for city residents, $68
for others.
Preschool tennis A hands-on
introduction for preschoolers Tues-


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days from 9-10 a.m. at Chapin Sta-
tion. The cost is $60 for city residents.
Youth soccer Clinics are of-
fered in conjunction with Empire Soc-
cer Academy at Walker Field, 415 S.
Park Ave., on Tuesday evenings. The
cost is $90 for a six-week session for
city residents, $95 for others.
Adult keyboard Lessons take
place at the Old Fire Station Rec Cen-
ter, 127 S. Boyd St., Wednesdays
from 9-10 a.m. The cost is $50 for a
five-week session for city residents,
$55 for others.


New Horizons
announces move
Philip Walter, minister at New Hori-
zons Christian Church, has announced
its move from its present meeting
place on the main campus of West Or-
ange High School to the cafeteria at the
high school's ninth-grade center on
June 3. For the past year, the church
has been meeting in the main cafete-
ria, but the construction of the new
school has made it difficult to use the
old building.
The West Orange High School
south campus is on Warrior Road, a
quarter mile east of Beulah Road. For
more information about the church
and meeting times, call New Horizons
at 407-654-5050 or send an e-mail to
info@NHCChome.org.

Apply for a
Habitat home
West Orange Habitat For Humani-
ty will accept applications at an ori-
entation 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 "Se-
lection Criteria."

Splash around in
Winter Garden pools
The Winter Garden Parks and
Recreation Department is ready up for
the summer at its pools, Fansworth
Pool at 1 Surprise Drive and Bouler
Pool at 362 11th St. Information can
be obtained by calling the rec office at
407-656-4155.
Pool hours Famsworth Pool
is open from 1-5 p.m. daily for open
swim. Admission is $2 ($1 for chil-
dren 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. Monday and Wednes-
day, 5:15-7:30 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday.
Bouler Pool is open daily for swim-
ming from 1-5 p.m.
Swim lessons -Lessons are of-
fered at Famsworth Pool for all ages
and skill levels every two weeks now
through Aug. 17. Each session offers
eight 40-minute lessons and is $35 per
child.
Mommy & Me classes for children
ages 1-6 are $25. Parents must be in
the pool.
Swim lessons are also available at
Bouler Pool; call the rec for details.
Swim Club for 'tweens and teens
- A new club for ages 8-15 offers
endurance swimming, stroke devel-
opment, competitive starts and turns
and training. Classes meet Monday,
Wednesday and Friday from 11:45
a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Sessions are June
4-22, June 25 through July 13 and July
16 through Aug. 3. The cost is $65
per session.
Water aerobics Classes are $7
each and take place at Farnsworth Pool
on Tuesday and Thursdays from
6:30-7:30 p.m. and Saturdays from
9:30-10:30 a.m. There is a first-time
joiners fee of $5; pre-registration is
not required.


Elena Bowers beams as she fin- Kim Wetzel crosses the finish line
ishes the triathlon. 35th. i

Crossing the finish line


Two Winter Garden women were
among the participants in the recent
Danskin Women's Triathlon held
at Walt Disney World. Participants
swam a quarter mile, biked nine
miles and ran two miles.
Kim Wetzel finished 35th out of
1,072, and her finish time was


AARP to meet
The West Orange AARP Chapter
3697 will meet Monday, June4, at 1
p.m. at Logan's on West Colonial
Drive. This is the final meeting of the
season. Members will meet at the
Hyde Park Clubhouse at 14253. W.
Colonial Drive, Winter'Garden, at
noon to carpool. Members are asked
to bring their regular donation of
canned or boxed food for the West
Orange Christian Service Center ip
Ocoee; used postage stamps, eye-
glasses and hearing aids for the Win-
ter Garden Lions Club; and aluminum
can tabs for the Ronald McDonald
House.
Chapter meetings will resume Sept.
10 at 1 p.m.
The chapter celebrated its anniver-
sary with a barbecue May 7, and on
May 10, National AARP Day, Adeline
Baxter was the recipient of the spe-
cial community project.
For more information, call Presi-
dent Esther Braswell at 407-905-9802.

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Family conference
at Calvary Baptist
The church members at Calvary
Baptist Church are inviting families
in West Orange County to its family
conference June 3-6 from 7-9 p.m.!
The adults and children of each
family can enjoy the sites and sounds
of the Family Fun Fair with games
like Pluck the Duck, Ring Toss, Dunk
Tank and Ring the Bell. Each night
will also include a different attraction,
from a moonwalk to pony rides.
The teen "war" between the Army
and Navy will involve intense com-
petitions in sports like Spoke Tacklei
America's Roughest Race, and TrailH
er Tractor Tube Tug. Bible lessons
for each age group will be presented
by church members.
Calvary Baptist is at 631 S. Dillard
St., Winter Garden. For more infor-
mation, call 407-656-3001.

Musicians, vendors
can sign up now
for Music Fest '07
The Winter Garden Music Fest
2007, produced by the Winter Garden
Heritage Foundation, is seeking ven-
dors and musicians for its three-day
event Oct. 5-7.
Organizers are looking forward to
building on last year's success with
more stages, more'music and more
fun. To participate, contact Frank
Siano at 407-292-7922 or mu4
sicfest2007@aol.com.

Cleansing and
detoxifying workshop
Christine Allen, owner of Radi-
antAromas at the Downtown Herb
Shoppe and Day Spa, is holding a seq
ries of summer workshops. They are all
held at the Herb Shoppe, 33 S. Nlain St.,
Winter Garden. Pre-registration is re;
quired, and classes are $10 in advance
and $15 at the door. For more inform.
nation, call 407-656-9119 or register
at www.radiantaromas. com.
Cleansing and Detoxifying Your
Body is Thursday, June 7, from 6:30-
7:30 p.m.
Summer First Aid Kit is Saturday,
June 16, from 10-11 a.m.
Cholesterol...What Is It and Why
Do We Need It is Saturday, June 23,
from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Donate to troops
stationed in Iraq
West Orange VFW Post 4305
Ladies Auxiliary continues Operatior
Shoebox, which sends toiletries and
other items to troops overseas. The
auxiliary has adopted two troops sta-
tioned in Iraq and is asking for items
for men and women. I
The men and women would also
like to receive letters and would apT
preciate phone cards. Letters can be
sent to James Kendrick, APO, AE
09393, Iraq; and Sgt. Maj. Billy
Richards, APO, AE 09342, Iraq. 1
Anyone wanting to donate item
can drop them off at 1170 E. Plant St.,
Winter Garden.


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Thursday, May 31, 2007 The West Orange Times 7A


Lakeview grads take annual trip to Georgia


Four years ago, several members
from the Lakeview High School
Class of 1952 wanted to celebrate
their 70th birthdays in a special way.
They came up with the idea of go-
ing to Dillard, Ga., and staying at the
Dillard House to enjoy the food, fun
and beautiful spring mountain
scenery. .
That first year, only nine couples
and a few singles made the journey.
Word spread, and other classes asked
if they could come too.
This year, the Lakeview "spring-'


breakers" totaled 60 people.
Everyone arrived at the Dillard
House on a Sunday and enjoyed the
family-style meal. The next day, ev-
eryone scattered throughout the
mountains on day trips and then re-
assembled in nearby Franklin, N.C.,
at Fat Buddies Bar-B-Que for din-
ner.
Again on Tuesday, everyone made
day trips of interest. Some went to
Harrah's Casino in Cherokee, N.C.,
others visited nearby waterfalls, and
some just enjoyed the view from the


rocking chair on the second-story
porch outside their room.
Besides the views and family-style
meals, the Dillard House also offers
horseback-riding, a petting zoo, ten-
nis courts, a fishing pond, swimming
pool, hiking, hayrides and an out-
door barbecue. There are numerous
motel-type rooms, some with fire-
places, and 25 chalets located two,
miles away on a mountainside.
Anyone who attended Lakeview
High School is invited to join in the
fun next year.


Students form bonds with HCP residents
The yearlong intergenerational programs with the residents of Health Central Park and Michelle Friedman's
and-grade class from Dillard Street Elementary School came to a close for the school year. A special pi-
lte party was held to go along with National Nursing Home Week and the 'Treasure our Elders' theme. Dur-
ig the course of the school year, the 19 students took a short walk across the yard, bringing their favorite
books to practice their reading skills with the residents and working together with flash cards for math im-
ovement. They also enjoyed journal- and letter-writing together, planting seeds and flowers, visiting and
nging. In October, the students visited for a Halloween costume parade and facilitywide trick-or-treat ex-
vaganza. Judy Skilton, director of recreation therapy services, said the intergenerational program is a high-
light and the relationships are priceless to the seniors. For more on becoming involved, call 407-296-1656.


IRec offers Active 50
group for seniors
; The Winter Garden Recreation De-
!partment offers Acuve 50 and Over. In-
kterested seniors can call the rec office at
[407-656-4155 for details.
I Mly Critic's Choice offers a chance
to visit local restaurants and critique the
dining experience. Lunch and Learn
rets seniors.enjoy a catered lunch and
hear guest speakers. Day trips are sched-
uled every month. A greeting card re-
cycling group meets the second Tues-
day of each month at the Old Fire Sta-
t"on Recreation Center. Armchair Trav-
eler gatherings are the third Friday of
each month. The West Orange Page
Turners Literary Book Club meets
te second Monday of each month.

Day trips for seniors
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment has planned a series of day
trips for its Active 50 and Over program.
Registration and payment are due in ad-
vance. The cost includes transportation
and the show.
June 24 American Voices at Mad
Cow Theatre.
,:July 22 -Always... Patsy Cline at
the Ice House Theatre. Cost is $24 foeres-
idents, $26 for others.
Aug. 15 -Nunsense IIat the Starlight
Theatre. Cost is $51 for residents, $53 for
others.
Seniors can call the rec office at 407-
656-4155 for details.
Shuffleboard Club,
New players are invited to participate
in the city of Winter Garden's Shuffle-
board Club. Games are Wednesdays at
-12:30 p.m. at the Trailer City courts, 21
E. Crest Ave. There is no charge to play.
To join the club costs $4 annually.


Lakeview High
Class of 1972
The Lakeview High School Class
of 1972 is holding its 35-year reunion
July 7-8. 'On Friday, the casual
evening will be held at the Winter
Garden Elks Lodge from 6-11 p.m.
On Saturday, a family picnic is from
noon to 5 p.m. at the Engstrom Camp
on Lake Butler. Classmates can con-
tact Laura Lasseter Liggett at 770-
956-9461 or Lliggettl@mac.com,
Chris Warden Spears at 407-948-1546
or cspearsl954@yahoo.com or Peg-
gy Reeves Cross 407-595-7933 or
peggyrtr@yahoo:com.

West Orange High
Class of 1982
The West Orange High School
Class of 1982 is planning its 25-year
reunion and is inviting the classes of
'81 and '83; The event is Sept. 28-30
at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando.
The cost is $105 for the weekend.
Register at www.wohs82.com and
send registration form arid checks
payable to West Orange Reunion to
P.O. Box 89484, Tampa 33689-0408.
For $99 room accommodations, call
407-996-9700. For details, e-mail
Julie Sawyer Dern at BowCurt-
sey@aol.com.

West Orange High
Class of 1992
The Class of 1992 at West Orange
High School is holding its 15-year re-
union Oct. 12-13 and is looking for
alumni.
For details, go to www.wohs 1992.
com.


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Kiwanis learns about food charity
West Orange Kiwanis Club enjoyed hearing about Bread of Life Fel-
lowship Inc. as presented by Mark Anthony (at right, with Kiwanis Pres-
ident Lenny Stark). He and his wife, Ruth Anne, started this food char-
ify in 1991. The plan is to provide the needy with food for the body and
the soul,. The Anthonys secure donated food and see that it is dis-
tributed where it is needed in the west central area and including Win-
ter Garden, Ocoee, Mascotte, Kissimmee, Dundee, Webster and
Okahumpka. Churches in these locations go to the Ocoee warehouse
and collect boxes of food to take care of the needy. There are volun-
teer opportunities available for sorting, packing and loading food. In
2006, the fellowship averaged 7,100 clients representing 21,000 adults
and children. Bread of Life is now located in a permanent home in
Ocoee donated by a Christian construction company. For more infor-
nriation, contact Mark Anthony at 407-654-7777 or www.BreadOfLife-
Fellowship.com.






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6:00 PM each Sunday evening

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Winter Garden, FL 34787
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Check out our Youth Group at Stoneybrook
West Clubhouse. Monday at 6:30 PM


Teen group meets
at W.G. Library
The Winter Garden Library is host-
ing BLT's (Book Loving Teens), a
summer teen group, Thursdays at 7
p.m. beginning May 31. Those at-
tending will read and discuss the
newest young adult fiction, fantasy
and science fiction and graphic nov-
els.
Teens can also find out about pos-
sible community service .hours.
The library is on East Plant St., Win-
ter Garden.

Kids Camp Son Shine
debuting at FUMC
Camp Son Shine summer camp for
children 3-12 begins this week 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.
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 and
sibling discounts are available.
Children must be registered 10 days
prior. Registration forms are available
at the church, 125 N. Lakeview Ave.
For information,- call the church at 407-
656-1135.

Enter Wild West
at Faith Family's
Vacation Bible School
Faith Family Community Church is
saddling up for a trip to the Wild West,
and participants will head to the dusty
old town of Tumbleweed Gulch, where
God's love changes everything. All
children ages 4 through fifth grade are
invited to this summer's free Vacation
Bible School, set for June 4-8.
Participants will meet at the "barnm"
at 6:45 each evening to be deputized
and assigned to their posse.
Faith Family Community Church is
located at 305 Beulah Road, Winter
Garden. For more information, call the
church at 407-877-7735.


War Games at
Beulah Baptist
SBeulah Baptist Church is planning
three days of War Games Army vs.
Navy.- June 7-9 from 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Two teams will battle it out to see who
will be awarded as the War Games
champions.
This event is for students going into
the sixth grade. There will be fut, food,
games and prizes each night.
For details, call the church at 407-
656-3342. Beulah Baptist is at 671 Beu-
lah Road, Winter Garden.


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A group of Lakeview High School graduates enjoys a stay at the Dillard House in Georgia, including Richard
Charles, Richard and Hazel Johnston, Alice Lincoln, Virgil Lincoln, James Cothern and Ann Townsend.


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 details, call
Children's Pastor Will Blaine at 407-
656-2352.

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

Quilting Club
The Winter Garden Recreation De-
partment's Quilting Club is for expe-
rienced quilters or those wanting to
learn more. Topics include applique,
paper piecing and hand quilting.
The group meets the second Monday
of each month from 6-9 p.m. at Little
Hall on Garden Avenue. The cost is
$10. For details, call 407-656-4155.

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


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


Young adult
ministry continues
A young adult ministry meets Mon-
days at 6:30 p.m. at the Attic Door on
Plant Street in downtown Winter Gar-
den. Tr6 Gravenstein, minister of
young adults at NEXT Community
Church, leads the group:,
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 sup-
port group meeting every second
Thursday of the month. Refreshments
are provided. Anyone interested in
joining this support group or for more
information can call Phyllis Tyson at
407-296-1655. HCP is at 411 N. Dil-
lard St.


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Ocoee


Chris Lowe (2nd from left) of Ocoee is an extra in the George Clooney
film 'Leatherheads.' She had to cut her medium-length blonde hair into
a bob and dye it brown.

Lowe appears in Clooney film


When anyone asked Chris Lowe
what she wanted for her recent 40th
birthday, her reply was the same:
George Clooney. Little did the Ocoee
woman know that the next day, she
would receive a phone call asking her
to be an extra in Leatherheads, a foot-
ball movie set in the 1920s and di-
rected by you guessed it -
Clooney.
The call was actually for her son,
Hudson, who was needed to play the
role of a paperboy.
The agency said Lowe could be in
the scene too, but she would have to
cut her medium-length hair into a bob
and dye it brown. A tough decision, but
she went for it. It was, after all, a film
with Clooney.
In the scene, which was shot in
Winston-Salem, N.C., actress Renee
Zellweger walks through a crowded
Tribune lobby to the elevator. Hud-
son, dressed in knickers, a bow tie and
a hat, is the paperboy in the middle of
the crowd, and Lowe walks past Zell-
weger to buy a paper from the boy.
Lowe said, ironically, that she has
been writing movie scripts and one of
them was written with Clooney in
mind. She said she finished the story
the week she got the call so she took
it with her and actually had it in the
hands of his assistant. Unfortunately,
she said, another associate said the as-


sistant couldn't give it to him.
The film is due out in theaters Dec.
12.


Hudson Lowe of Ocoee plays a
paperboy in the film, due out in
theaters Dec. 12.


Local cadet graduates
from the Citadel
Cadet Phillip Andrew Berntson of
Ocoee graduated May 5 from the
Citadel, the Military College of South
Carolina. Former New York City
Mayor Rudy Giuliani delivered the
commencement address to the 458
members of the South Carolina Corps
of Cadets and military enlisted per-
sonnel who completed their under-
graduate degrees.
Berntson earned a Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree in biology. He also
achieved dean's list recognition giv-
en to those students registered for 12
or more semester hours whose grade-
point ratio is 3.2 or higher with no
grade below a C for the previous
semester's work.
In addition, Berntson earned a gold
star for achieving a 3.7 grade-point
average or higher.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bradley David Berntson.

Vacation Bible School at
Starke Lake Baptist
From June 18-22, Starke Lake Bap-
tist Church, 611 West St. in Ocoee,
will host Vacation Bible School for
children 4 years old through those who
have completed sixth grade. The class-
es will be held from 6-8:30 p.m. each
of those days, and this year's theme
is "Game Day Central: Where Heroes
Are Made."
Pre-registration will be held in Sun-
day School or in the church office.
Parents can also register their child
on June 18, but they are asked to ar-
rive before 6 p.m. to do so.

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 at the Family
Aquatic Center at the Jim Beech
Recreation Center, 1820 A.D. Mims
Road. The sessions consist of eight
classes each, and class days are Mon-
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
days. 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.

Care for the Caregiver
program planned.
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.

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


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Heath and Dacia Moore Alexander
of Atlanta announce the birth of their
first child., a daughter, Auden Wren
Alexander, on May 2 at 10:11 p.m.
The new arrival weighed 8 pounds,
4.3 ounces and measured 20 inches.
Grandparents are John and Carolyn
Alexander of Ocoee and Don and Di-
ana Moore of Winston-Salem, N.C.
Great-grandparents are Louis and
Dayle Hofstetter of Durham, N.C.,
and Eloise Scott of Orlando.

Hurricane Preparedness
Health Fair set at
Summerville
Summerville at Ocoee, a senior-res-
idential and assisted-living facility at
80 N. Clarke Road, will host a Hurri-
cane Preparedness Health Fair on Fri-
day, June 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The event will feature brochures on
disaster kits and hurricane prepared-
ness, free stress evaluations and chair
massages, free skin cancer screenings,
free diabeticilood sugar testing, free
memory testing, tips on living a
healthy and active life, free EKGs and
blood pressure checks, free bone den-
sity scans, a blood drive and free eval-
uations of medications.
There will also be refreshments,
door prizes and give-aways.
This health fair is free and open to
the public.

Senior Health Day
.at Belk in Ocoee
Senior Health Day will be held Tues-
day, June 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the Belk department store in the West
Oaks Mall in Ocoee.
There willbe bingo at 11 a.m. and 1
p.m., as well is free health testing, door
prizes, infori-ative seminars and ven-
dors presenting their services.
Lunch wil be provided from 11:45-
12:30, and afree gift will be presented
to the first 50 people to bring in this
press releaseor their Senior Day letter.
This free event, which is sponsored
by Belk, Occbe Health Care Center and
Care America Home Health, is open to
seniors and t eir families in the West Or-
ange and Soath Lake communities.

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


Richard and Cleone Davis (blow, today, and, above, on their.wed-
ding day) were married 60 years ago next week.


A 60th wedding celebration planned
Richard and Cleone (Barnes) Davis They have five grandsons (Travis,
of Ocoee will celebrate their 60th Chase, Joshua, Davis and Kai) and
wedding anniversary June 7. They five granddaughters (Jennifer, Caro-
were married in the Alpha Sigma Al- line, Alison, Rebecca and Angeleah)
pha House in Cortland, N.Y., on that and two great-grandchildren (Paddock
day in 1947 with the Rev. Ralph Lan- and Adale Davey).
kler officiating. Richard and Cleone have been res-
Richard, from Candler, N.C., was in idents of Florida since 1975, the year
the Air Force during World War II, they moved to this area from North
briefly stationed at the air base in Syra- Carolina so he could take a position as
cuse, N.Y,, in 1944 where he and Orange County auditor. He is retired
Cleone met. After returning to civil- from 20 years with GE Outdoor Light-
ian life in 1946, he continued his ed- ing Systems in Hendersonville, N.C.,
ucation at Duke University, receiving, and from Orange County. Cleone
degrees in business administration and worked as an elementary school teach,
economics in 1949. Both he and er while the couple was living iri
Cleone are avid supporters of Duke Durham, N.C., and later worked as a
University and its basketball team, secretary at Ecusta/Olin Mathieson in
recording games to watch all year un- Pisgah Forest, N.C. and at GE in Hen-
til the new season begins. dersonville. She retired from the for-
They are parents to five daughters: mer Court of Flag in Orlando.
Marilynn Sproull, Sylva, N.C.; Re- They enjoy visits from family and
becca Rice, Matthews, N.C.; Debo- friends and have traveled extensively
-rah Landers, Fairview, N.C.; Nancy with many home exchanges, both in
Kirkpatrick, Leesburg, Va.; and Car- the United States and Canada and
ol Evans, Palm Coast. abroad.


Concert planned at Glad Tidings Church
Mike and Kelly Bowling will perform at Glad Tidings Church on
Sunday, June 3, at 6:30 p.m. The community is invited.
The church is located at 2009 Fullers Cross Road in Ocoee. For
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'A trip to Greece just wasn't long enough


Seasoned travelers Kelly Chambers
;of Ocoee and her Lake Mary friend
:Melissa Robinson recently spent nine
'days touring Greece but Kelly says
i i aJsn't long enough to see all the sights
,of the ancient country, one rich in his-
tory, art and architecture.
I Their tour began with three days in
[Athens.
"The first thing we saw as we walked
into the Plaka, the old part of town, for
lunch was the Acropolis with the
,Parthenon looming above us," said Kel-
lv "As visitors we were constantly in
!awe of the ruins each step of the way.
'Whether we were headed to eat, shop
ior visit the Olympic Stadium or Parlia-
fment Building, we passed ancient ruins
along the way."
One of their favorite views was from
he Acropolis looking out over the
,Olympic Stadium and the Temple of
Zeus and a vast sea of houses.
"In a country of 11 million, five mil-
lion live in Athens," said Kelly. "There
are homes as far as the eye can see from
the Acropolis."
They next took a regional bus to the
southern tip of Greece to see the Tem-
ple of Poseidon on a cliff at the edge of
the Aegean Sea, as well as the Nation-
al Archeological Museum.
"What a fantastic museum that we
did not have nearly enough time to cov-
er," said Kelly.
But she said the bus ride to the mu-
seum was memorable: "We sat in the
front seat, which maybe was a bad idea.
Whe road curved along the ocean and
lacked guardrails. As we approached,
'the dri er bet the ticket taker he could get
there in seven minutes, and she said 20.
'Well, it was seven as we were swaying
left and right and hugging the curves.
The ride back was not nearly as exciting."
After Athens, Kelly and Melissa left
,the port of Pireus for a three-day island
cruise.
"Melissa was disappointed that we
.were not going to get to the island of
Santorini, but it worked out for the best
that we didn't," said Kelly. "Our ship
was the one that sunk at Santorini on
the \ ery next cruise."
A highlight of the cruise was a stop on


the island of Mykonos with its legendary
windmills and stark white buildings with
bright blue roofs the color of the sea.
Kelly said the windmills of Mykonos
are all privately owned as homes.
On theisle of Rhodes they walked
for miles inside the walled medieval
area of Rhodes before riding through
the ancient part of the town full of ruins.
"The last day of the cruise was hec-
tic," said Kelly.
The ship made two stops, first in Pat-
mos, where they visited the Holy Cave
of the Apocalypse where St. John wrote
the Book of Revelations, and then at
Kusadasi, Turkey. The mountain above
this seaside town is thought to be where
Jesus's mother, Mary, had her final
home, which now has a shrine erected
over its foundation.
From there, they toured the vast ruins
of Ephesus, which Kelly said still looks
like a town with a main street leading to
the library and theater. Outside of town
is the stadium where Christians were
persecuted.
"We only had a few hours in Eph-
esus, and it would easily have taken all
day to see it all," said Kelly.
Once back on the mainland of Greece,
they rented a car for three days on the
road and enjoyed touring Delphi, cross-
ing the Rio Antirrio Bridge and experi-
encing their first sunset over the Ionian
Sea.
They also spent time in Olympia,
home of the Olympic Games.
"It's so peaceful there, and the trees
were flowering, making it a beautiful
place," said Kelly. "The highlight was
running and walking a lap around the
original Olympic track. We were pant-
ing pretty hard, but we did it."
On their last day in Greece, Kelly and
Melissa drove through the beautiful
countryside through acres and acres of
olive trees, saw a city on the side of a
steep mountain, viewed the canal of
Corinth (a man-made wonder) and vis-
ited the theater of Epidarus, "one of the
best-preserved ruins in existence," ac-
cording to Kelly.
The friends shared this memorable
adventure and only wished it could
have lasted much longer.


The Parthenon looms over the oldest part of Athens.


The famous windmills of Mykonos are now private homes.


A visit to Ephesus was a highlight of Kelly and Melissa's recent trip to
Greece. The tall building was once the library in the ancient city.


Kelly Chambers and Melissa Robinson watched the changing of the guard
at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in front of the Parliament Building
in Athens.


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Melissa (left) and Kelly walked and ran a lap of the original Olympic
track.


Kelly (right) and Melissa posed at the Lions Gate entry to Mycenae,
known as the home of King Agamemnon.


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VIA .^M* -' ] Windermere Rotarians visit Edgewood Ranch


It was not a dude ranch or the big
Ponderosa and there were no cow-
boys or stampeding cattle but Win-
dermere Rotary Club members had
an opportunity to meet and enjoy
breakfast May 15 with ranchers -
the boys and girls of the Edgewood
Children's Ranch.
The club arranged the special
event to recognize Edgewood Ranch
students who were the winners in
the Rotary's annual Four-Way Test
Essay Contest.
After enjoying a complete break-
fast in the chow hall (dining room),
everyone went to the Arthur J.
Williams Chapel to listen to the con-
test winners read their essays. Ro-


tarians and guests also received
copies of the winning essays.
Willie Ruiz was the winning ele-
mentary school student with his es-
say about "Stealing." Sheinah Ham-
stra's composition about Fast Food
and Junk Food was the winning es-
say in the Middle-School Division.
Gilbert Jean-Louis chose the topic
"Watching Television" for his win-
ning essay in the High-School Di-
vision.
Rotary members congratulated
teachers Karen Westberry, Priscil-
la Wilson and Ryan Murname for
their efforts and cooperation.
Each winner was awarded a gold-
en ruler with the Four-Way Test en-


graved on it, a wall plaque and $50
in cash.
Dr. Joan Consolver is executive:
director of the Edgewood Children's:
Ranch, a 41-year-old facility. Thel
current enrollment is 65 students
who live in one of seven separate
cottages located on the Ranch cam-
pus. Each cottage has a house moth-
er and father.
Each year the Rotary Club spon-
sors the Four-Way Test Essay Con-
test at three elementary schools, as
well as the Edgewood Ranch.
The club meets Tuesday morn-i
ings at Town Hall-in Windermere.
For more information, call Coert
Voorhees at 407-876-6897.


The WIRED Ministries of First Baptist Church of Windermere recently held a girls retreat called Beautiful
Battle. Participants are pictured during the weekend event that featured lessons and physical challenges.
to develop confidence and personal integrity.


WIRED Ministries hosts Beautiful Battle retreat


The title of the 30-hour retreat spon-
sored recently by WIRED Ministries
at First Baptist Church Windermere
was Beautiful Battle.
The speaker, Amy Brady, led the
girls through six session based on the
book, Every Young Woman's Battle
by Shannon Ethridge. Participants
were divided into Platoon Groups to
compete in games of'physical chal-
lenges and activities that tested their


minds with out-of-the-box contests.
They even were given a Combat Man-
ual to guide them with space for them
to record their own personal battles.
While the retreat topic was purity
and personal integrity, the lessons ex-
tended much further from relation-
ships to authenticity, sportsmanship,
learning to enjoy Christ's reasons,
confidence building, acceptance of
forgiveness and new knowledge of


where to "put your Jesus on the dash-
board of your truck." It was a week-
end where faces were unmasked, lives
shared and Jesus revealed.
"It was a fabulous and freeing time
of discovery and decisions," said
Kathryn Fowler of WIRED Ministries.
"Girls got to be more than 'ladies'
while investigating what it takes to be
a strong and confident woman in body,
mind and spirit."


The Edgewood Ranch student winners in the Windermere Rotary Club's annual 4-Way Test Essay Con-
test are (1-r, in front) Sheinah Hamstra (middle school), Willie Ruiz (elementary school), teacher Priscilla Wil-
son and (in back) Rotary President Julia Strimple, teacher Karen Westberry, Edgewood Ranch Executive
Director Dr. Joan Consolver, high-school winner Gilbert Jean-Louis and Rotarian John Landgraf, chairman
of the contest.


Ashley's Angels raise $11,000 for cystic fibrosis .
Windermere resident Ashley Aken was joined by her family and friends for the Great Strides Walkathon spon-
sored by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Baldwin Park in April. Aken, who has cystic fibrosis, and her team,
Ashley's Angels, have participated in this event for a number of years. The year, the Angels team raised
more than $11,000. The amount raised through the event nationwide has not yet been released but it is ex-
pected to exceed $25 million. Pictured are the Ashley's Angels team members Alex Aken, Kellie Lewis, Kay-
la Turiczek, Cayla Ontko, Teresa Aken, Sylvia Alarie, Ashley Aken, Karla Lewis, Robin Turiczek, Kurt Aken,
Cassidy Alarie and Diane Ontko.


First Baptist hosting
Family Movie Night
The community is invited to par-
ticipated in Family Movie Night at
First Baptist Church Windermere on
Wednesday, June 6, at 6:15 p.m. for the
family movie Facing the Giants. Di-
rector of Photography Bob Scott will
introduce the movie.
Preschoolers will enjoy a Veggi-
eTales movie, Duke and the Great Pie
War.
The cost is free for both movies.
For more information, go to the
Web site at www.fbcwindermere.com
or call 407-876-2234.



Gotha resident
earns AA degree
Chanel Randolph of Gotha
was awarded as Associate of
Arts degree from North Flori-
da Community College in
Madison on May 3.


Windermere Union Preschool teacher retires
Windermere Union Preschool teacher Shirley Moran, pictured with her
husband, Dennis, is retiring after 25 years at the school.



Parsons School Dance to perform at Bob Carr June 3


Elizabeth Parsons School of
Dance, now in its 26th season,
will perform June 3 at 2 p.m. at
the Bob Carr Performing Arts
Center. The students will present
their annual production called
Change the Channel and Dance.
The production will feature all
forms of dance, along with spe-
cial choreography. The perfor-
mance will also include a mini
production of Peter and the Wolf,


choreographed by Barbara Rig-
gins.
Tickets are available at the Or-
lando Arena Box Office or Tick-
etMaster for $15, $17 and $20.
The dance school is located at
116 West Sixth Ave., Winder-
mere. The Bob Carr Performing
Arts Center is located at 401 West
Livingston St., Orlando.
For more information, call 407-
876-4604.


Council to hold work
session on Main Street
Shoppes PUD
The Town Council has set up a
workshop with the developers of the
Main Street Shoppes for Monday,
June 4, at 7 p.m. in Town Hall. Dur-
ing the work session, the council and
representatives of Veranda Partners
will discuss the plan in light of the cit-
izens' remarks aired at the public hear-
ing held May 15.
The workshop is open to the public,
but it is not a public hearing. During
the Town Council meeting May 15,
the council agreed to hold two more
public hearings before a final vote is
taken.
For more information on next
week's meeting, call the town office
at 407-876-2563.


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Dr. Phillips


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Pictured at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new 6 Kingdom Garden at Southwest Middle School are (I-
r) Principal Dr. Anne Carcara, science teacher James Lis, Eagle Scout candidate Johnny Suomo, art teach-
ar Mia Schweickert and Nancy Pavlovsky.

Southwest Middle School cuts ribbon 6 Kingdom Garden


Southwest Middle School teachers, Orange County Public Schools ir-
students and community members re- rigation department installed sprin-
cently attended a ribbon-cutting cer- klers.
S mony for the school's newly named A teacher with a connection to a lo-
5ix Kingdom Garden. cal nursery arranged for a donation of
In January, 2006, when planswere three trees.
S ut into place to remove portable class- Teachers and students constructed
moms from a grassy field adjacent to flowerbeds that were subsequently
' classroom wing at the school, a few planted and are maintained by the sci-
t achers started to dream of develop- ence students in Lis's classes.
ig an outdoor garden and classroom. A Dr. Phillips High School student
S Over the course of the next year, and Eagle Scout candidate, Johnny
xth-grade science teacher, James Lis, Suomo, developed a plan for a land-
t ok the lead and rallied community escaped student seating area and a bird-
sipport for the project. house education station. The Eagle
SThe SWMS PTSA stepped in with Scout project involved more than 30
finding for some initial plants, a wood- Scouts and community members.
dhip path and supplies for benches. SWMS's art teacher, Mia Schwe-

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

Learn public-speaking skills at Toastmasters weekly meetings
Do you have a fear of spear of speaking in there is no charge. For more infor-
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Club 7250. The group meets weekly in members become better speakers and
the community room at the Southwest leaders while enjoying the process.
Library, 7255 Della Drive, off Dr. Toastmasters International is the
Phillips Boulevard. Meetings take world's largest educational organiza-
place each Thursday from 6:45-8 p.m. tion devoted to communication and
New members are welcome, and leadership development.

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


ickert, was then recruited to develop
mosaic sculptures representing the six
kingdoms of living organisms. Each
sculpture was designed and built by
students in the school's YMCA Af-
ter-School Zone art club, and the art-
works line the wood-chip path.
Lis has plans for the future expan-
sion of the garden, including a stylish
shade tent for the outdoor classroom
and a large container garden for stu-
dents to grow vegetables.
"My hope is for this garden to pro-
vide intellectual growth for my stu-
dents through hands-on experiences,
while also bringing the school and
wider communities closer together,"
said Lis.

Adult Literacy League
looking for adult
tutoring volunteers
The Adult Literacy League is look-
ing for volunteers to help adults learn
basic reading and writing skills or im-
prove English as a second language.
The non-profit organization has
scheduled a two-session training
workshop at its main office, 345 W.
Michigan St., Suite 100, Orlando. The
two sessions are scheduled for Thurs-
day, June 7, from 5:30-9 p.m. and Sat-
urday, June 9, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more details and to register, call
407-422-1540 or go to the Web site
at www.adultliteracyleague.org.

Singles Dance set for
June 2 at St. Luke's
St. Luke's Singles will host a First
Saturday Singles Dance this Saturday,
June 2, from 8-11 p.m. Central Flori-
da Entertainment will provide music
for dancing.
Doors open at 7:15 p.m., and the
cost is $8 per person. A finger-food
buffet and soft drinks are included in
the admission price. The dance will
take place in the gymnasium, Build-
ing C, in the Fellowship Center.
The church is located at 4851 S.
Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando.
For more information and direc-
tions, call 407-876-4991, Ext. 236, or
the Singles hotline at 407-876-4991,
Ext. 300.


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wildlife photography
Area residents are invited to come to
the Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve Sat-
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urdays event, beginning at 10 a.m.
Garry Shorter, a renowned wildlife
photographer, will present a program,
that includes a display of his images of
Florida wildlife. He will discuss dif-
ferent techniques for photographing
wildlife and various types of equip-
ment. The program is open to all ages
but limited to 50 participants.
The program on June 30 is titled Re-
cycled Water. Allison Kadlecek will
discuss the cycle of reclaimed water.
Participants will learn how it is used and
the importance of using reclaimed wa-
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and humans. This program is open to
all ages but limited to 50 individuals.
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cil's 11 annual In Her Honor luncheon the restrooms at Southwest Middle
held at Disney's Yacht Club Resort. School for their Gold Award project.
The Gold Award is the highest The girls called the project Southwest
achievement a young woman can earn Restroom Extreme Makeover. It in-
in Girl Scouting. To earn this award, volved cleaning and pressure wash-
a girl must plan and carry out a large- ing the walls of the bathroom to re-
scale community service project. In move debris and spider webs and then
addition, the award has certain pre- repainting the walls to remove graffi-
requisites, including earning the'Senior ti. Cottingham, LaCroix, Moffit, Popp,
Girl Scout Challenge, Senior G1l Sikes and Stewart all attend Dr.
Scout Leadership Award, Career Ex- "hillips High School; Vierling is a
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today. They discussed body image and adding new window treatments and
helped empower participants to be painting the office and bathroom. She
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Oakland


Mark Drennan took over Maureen Rischitelli's role as Principal Marcia Cason handed over her duties to
town manager. Kara Glover.


The dean, Sue Bowden, shared her desk with Brianna Taylor for the Julia Campbell assisted GiGi Hall
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Stephanie Sullivan shadowed Tisha Rayburn in 2nd
Nurse Nan Sheafer and Crystal Morales spent the day grade, and Kristin Caswell shadowed Donna Bailey,
together, the school registrar.

Students take on administrative roles


Oakland Avenue Charter School is-
sued a Principal's Challenge to its
fifth-grade students May 11. They
could choose any job in the school,
and to qualify for the program, stu-
dents had to write an essay on why
they wanted the job'they chose. They
found out what it would be like to be
in the staff's shoes for a day.
Each student submitted his or her
top three choices of jobs and turned
in a packet with the essay and parent
consent. Eventually, all students who

Business meeting
at W.O. Baptist
West Orange Baptist Church had
planned its regularly scheduled church
business meeting for this Wednesday,
May 30, at 7 p.m. A covered-dish din-
ner was set for 6 in the Fellowship
Hall preceding the business meeting.
All members of the church are be-
ing urged to attend. West Orange Bap-
tist is at 200 Tubb St., Oakland.

OPD has number for
non-emergency calls
Residents who see suspicious be-
havior, have a nuisance or need an of-
ficer to respond to a non-emergency
can call the Oakland Police Depart-
ment's 24-hour dispatch at 407-836-
HELP (4357).
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.

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


qualified to participate were assigned
to almost every classroom and office
job.
Kara Glover ran the school as the
principal for the day, and Mark Dren-
nen was the town manager. Brianna
Taylor served as the school dean, and
Crystal Morales was the school nurse.
Jean Sanon served as the guidance
counselor, Kristin Caswell was the
registrar, Harrison Waller spent the
day as an administrative assistant and
Julia Campbell tended to the front

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


desk.
Serving as P.E. teacher was Brooke
Bradshaw, and acting art teacher was
Austin Belton.
Spending the day as classroom
teachers were Maddy Murphy, Nicole
Pharo, Brittany Anzaldi, Jay Arbuck-
le, Brandon Budron, Patty Patterson,
Diane Tido, Riley Calnan, Hailey
Wilkens, Hillary Hernandez, Stephanie
Sullivan, Reshma Persuad, Bobby
Lyons, Jake Braden, Alban Harp, An-
nette Rivera and Destinee Hardwick.

Events at W.O. Baptist
The West Orange Baptist Men's
Prayer Group will hold its monthly
breakfast this Saturday, June 2, at 8
a.m. at the Sanctuary Ridge Clubhouse
(formerly Diamond Players Club) at
2601 Diamond Club Drive, Clermont.
The monthly Ladies Night Out is
Monday, June 4, at 6:30 p.m. at Out-
back Steak House on Highway 50 in
Clermont.
Vacation Bible School is July 8-12.
The church is at 200 Tubb St., Oakland.


Town of Oakland to host 1st African-Ame


On June 16 the town of Oakland
will host its first African-American
Arts Festival in an effort to acknowl-
edge and celebrate its diverse citi-
zenry.
The town of Oakland was incorpo-
rated in 1887. Residents represent a
cross section of America and include
descendants of original pioneer fam-
ilies and freed slaves who settled in
the area.
Oakland's local government is in-
dicative of its diverse cultural envi-
ronment. During the 1970s, residents
elected their first African-American
mayor, Curtis Massey, and in the
1980s, their first African-American
female mayor, Francine Postell. The
current mayor, Kathy Stark, is female,
and two of the five commissioners are
black. One is Willie Welch, who has
served on the Oakland Town Com-
mission 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-


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

Guidelines set
for cemetery
The board members of the Oakland-
Tildenville Cemetery have established
a burial plot policy for the cemetery.
Under the new guidelines, everyone
pays unless they have received a pre-
paid letter, have acceptable docu-
mentation of payment or are notified
otherwise by the cemetery board.
Anyone with questions can call the
St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church
office at 407-877-6616 or stop by 413
W. Oakland Ave., Oakland.

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

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


braced the idea.
"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 and 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."
Students from third to 12th grade
can submit a maximum 250-word es-
say naming one thing they would
change in their community 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 family-oriented event. The festi-
val, which is free to the public, will
feature the works of African-Ameri-


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


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Social


fashion show models at the Bloom 'N Grow 10th anniversary celebration are (1-r): Connie King, Gretchen
Boyd. Marilyn Kelyman, Arlene Emery, Vera Carter, Nancy Sines, Glena Gibbons and Andy Davis.


Bloom 'N Grow
celebrates 10 years
in community
-t Recently the Bloom 'N Grow Gar-
den Society celebrated its 10th an-
niversary with a luncheon and fash-
ion show at Leu Gardens. Joan Lasek,
deration of Garden Clubs district
rectoro, and Joan Ochs, state presi-
dent, installed the new officers.
New officers for 2007-08 are Bet-
ty Anne Griffin, president; Marilyn
Kelyman, first vice president; Andy
Da\ is. second Vice president; Karen
Ste% art. recording secretary; Diane
Johnson. corresponding secretary; Ca-
role Wingate, treasurer; and Janet
Woodcock, outgoing president.
MNodeling fashions from'Janet
Carr's Accessories & More from Sara-
sota v\ ere Connie King, Gretchen
(Boyd, Kelyman, Arlene Emery, Vera
Carter, Nancy Sines, Glena Gibbons
mand Davis.
In its 10-year history, the club of
just more than 100 members, has do-
nated $141,000 and more than
350.000 volunteer hours to the West
range and South Lake communities.


Betty Anne Griffin (at right), incoming Bloom 'N Grow president, and Janet
Woodcock (at left), past president, were installed by Jean Ochs (2nd
from right), FFGC state president, and Joan Lasek, FFGC districtdirector.


Each year the major fund-raiser is the
Spring Fever in the Garden Festival,
a plant, garden art and horticultural
event on Plant street in downtown
Winter Garden.
Among the many charities the club
supports are Oakland Nature Preserve,


Habitat for Humanity, horticultural
scholarships, landscaping various
town centers and. parks and its own
Path of Life at Chapin Station along the
West Orange Trail.
Spring Fever in the Garden 2008
will be held April 12-13.


West Orange Seniors
honor veteran members
Eleven West Orange Seniors met for
lunch at the Country House in Winter
Garden last Thursday before meeting
in the Ocoee Community Center where
they welcomed back those who had
just returned from their Alaskan cruise:
Helen Esposito, Carol Morris, Rose
Straley and Cam Alieo. Also welcomed
back was Kay Jaeger, who is back from
her trip to Holland.
The Seniors also honor all their
members who are military veterans:
George Claflin, Daniel Gyomber, Tony
Manescaleo, Peter Pinto, James Shubert,
Clinton Roberts, Robert Longshore,
James Spergeon and Rosie Owen.
Prayers are being said for the sick
Betty Boggs and Joe Levor, and con-
dolences are offered for Rose Straley
and her family. For details, call Helen
Esposito at 407-948-2395 or Mary
Black at 407-656-4813.

1st Marine Division
Association to meet
The Central Florida chapter of the 1st
Marine Division Association meets
the first Saturday of October, February,
April and June at 10:30 a.m. at O'Boys
Bar-B-Q, 565 W.Fairbanks Ave. in
Winter Park (at Pennsylvania Avenue).
All Mprines, active, former or retired
and members of all attached support
units are invited.
After a short business meeting and
a guest speaker, lunch and fellowship
will follow. ,
The guest speaker Saturday, June 2,
is Jerry Pierce, president of Central
Florida Veterans Inc. He will discuss
plans for the Veterans Administration
Hospital. For details, call Mike
Galyean, president, at 407-740-5097 or
e-mail him at koolade@earthlink.net.

Lakeview High
Class of 1972
The Lakeview High School Class
of 1972 is holding its 35-year reunion
July 7-8. On Friday, the casual
evening will be held at the Winter Gar-
den Elks Lodge from 6-11 p.m. On
Saturday, a family picnic is from noon
to 5 p.m. at the Engstrom Camp on
Lake Butler. Classmates can contact
Laura Lasseter Liggett at 770-956-
9461 or Lliggettl @mac.com, Chris
Warden Spears at 407-948-1546 or
cspears1954@yahoo.com or Peggy
Reeves Cross 407-595-7933 or peg-
gyrtr@yahoo.com.


KELLY AND ROCKY


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addition to recycling and preventing
pollution and litter.

Harnessing innovation
One of the greatest challenges in
rearing leatherback sea turtles is deal-
ing with their innate desire to swim
continuously for great lengths. Even
when inside a large laboratory tank,
leatherbacks are prone to injure them-
selves by swimming into the side or
bottom of the tank.
Researchers around the world have
attempted to raise leatherbacks in cap-
tivity since 1936, Jones said, but only
two other scientists have ever been
able to maintain a leatherback for
more than a year.
To solve the problem, Jones pio-
neered a technique that has allowed the
leatherbacks to thrive in captivity.
While working with hatchling
leatherbacks for his master's degree
at Florida Atlantic University, Jones
began using a homemade tether made
of fishing line and Velcro to restrain
the turtles, keeping them from crash-
ing into their tank.
Jones brought the tether idea with
him to UBC, but as his hatchlings
grew, he developed custom-fitted har-
nesses made of rubber hose to ac-
commodate the strength of the grow-
ing leatherbacks. Each harness is teth-
ered to an anchor suspended above
the tank, allowing his turtles to move
freely and continuously without hit-'
ting the walls.
This breakthrough technique has
made it possible for the UBC project
to successfully raise multiple
leatherbacks, providing crucial com-
parative data.
"The harness that Todd developed
has been totally indispensable for our
project raising leatherback turtles,"
Dr. David Jones, Ph.D., professor of
zoology at UBC told the Times. "We
have made, thanks to Todd's skill and
expertise, great advances with respect
to rearing turtles in a captive envi-
ronment.
"In this respect, the turtle world
owes a debt of gratitude to Todd and
his colleagues," Dr. Jones added. "I'm
sure these studies by Todd will play
a major part in restoration of world-
wide leatherback populations."

Turning the tide
If leatherback sea turtles are to be
rescued from extinction, Jones' in-
novation and the data yielded by his
research could be critical to making it
happen.
"It's difficult to create conserva-
tion plans or put them into effect if
you don't understand the basic biol-
ogy of the animal," Jones said.
When sea turtles hatch, they crawl
from their beach nest into the ocean.
Scientists can observe the develop-
mental stages of most sea turtles since
they stay relatively close to shore.
Leatherback hatchlings, on the other
hand, can swim non-stop for about
36 hours and journey into the ocean
depths. Female leatherbacks that sur-
vive, Jones said, are often never seen
again until they return to the shores as
first-time mothers.
Before Jones' research began at
UBC, scientists knew very little about
how a leatherback develops from a
hatchling into an adult.
"Our research provides the infor-
mation we can't get in the wild be-
cause we don't know where they are,"
Jones said.
Through a series of non-invasive
experiments and observations, Jones
and his team of researchers at UBC are
the first to determine the exact amount
of energy, or calories, a female
leatherback requires to reach sexual
maturity.
"We've calculated the energy bud-
get for a leatherback, from hatchling
to adult, to become sexually mature,"
Jones explained. "If you want to bring
an animal back from the brink of ex-
tinction, the best thing you can do is
protect the sexually mature females
to improve the species' reproductive
output."
In the wild, Jones estimates that fe-
male leatherbacks could reach first-
time nesting size in as little as seven
years and mean nesting size at 13
years, compared to 15-30 years for
other species of sea turtles. An adult
leatherback, he added, will lay be-
tween 3,000 and 5,000 eggs in a life-
time.
Jones arrived at his figures by me-
thodically charting his leatherbacks'
physiological development. He knows
their exact caloric intake because he
regularly feeds his turtles a home-
made gelatin concoction made with
squid and reptile vitamins. Isotopes
in the blood are analyzed to deter-


mine how much water is consumed.
Even respiration output is measured
by having each turtle breathe into a
specially made device as it lifts its
head above water.
By closely monitoring how
leatherbacks' metabolic rates and con-
sumption of oxygen respond to
changes in water temperature in the
laboratory, Jones hopes his research
will also determine in which geo-
graphic regions of the ocean
leatherbacks are likely to live in the
wild.
According to Jones, leatherbacks
spend more than 38 percent of their to-
tal energy budget on osmoregulation
(balancing internal water and miner-
al levels) and a combined 25 percent
for processes such as digestion, ther-
moregulation and locomotion. This
leaves 37 percent of their daily total
energy for somatic (body tissue) and
reproductive growth.
The balance between these bodily
functions, Jones said, is critical to the
survival of the species.
"With increasing human pressures,
such as harvesting, by-catch and habi-
tat loss, coupled with climate change
due to global warming, leatherbacks
are witnessing a reduction in resource
availability," he explained. "They're,
spending more energy on locomotion,
by traveling farther to find food, and
on thermoregulation because of more
time spent in colder waters. This re-
duces energy allocated to somatic and
reproductive growth, thus lowering
the reproductive output.
"By increasing the time it takes to
become sexually miiature," he added,
"humans are making the species less
productive."

International recognition
As an undergraduate biology major
at FAU, Jones started out cleaning
sea turtle tanks. Now he is a respect-
ed leader in his field.
In February, scientists-and sea tur-
tle conservationists honored Jones by
presenting him with his second Archie
Carr Biology Award, named after the
father of sea turtle conservation, at
the 27th Annual Symposium on the
Conservation and Biology of Sea Tur-
tles. Jones first earned the award in
2002 for his previous work with
leatherbacks.
"It's very gratifying to have your
fellow colleagues approve of your
work," Jones said.
He has written several published
papers and abstracts on sea turtles and
also penned a chapter in a book in
which he describes sea turtle research
he conducted in Baja California, Mex-
ico, prior to attending UBC.
Jones said he is often asked by oth-
er scientists to collaborate and review
their research.
Growing up in Ocoee, Jones was
an avid surfer, diver and fisherman
who took an early interest in marine
sciences. As a child, Jones said, he
always loved watching Jacques
Cousteau and other marine wildlife
programs on television.
Jones also credited West Orange
High teachers Bob Restivo, Rich
Feldman, Fred Savage and Paulette
Stone for inspiring him intellectually.
Without the mentorship of Dr. Jones
at UBC and Drs. Mike Salmon and
Jeanette Wyneken at FAU, Jones said
his accomplishments would not have
been possible.
Most of all, he pays gratitude to his
mother, Carole Faye Jones, who now
lives in Gotha.
Sea turtles have been the focus of
Jones' life for several years. For the
past three years, he and his colleagues
at UBC have spent up to 15 hour a
day, seven days a week, caring for
their leatherbacks.
Once he earns his Ph.D., likely next
summer, the rearing project at UBC
will end. The two leatherbacks, he
said, could be released in the Atlantic
or they could stay in Jones' care for
further research, if he wishes.
Jones has yet to decide where to
take his career in conservation phys-
iology, but he said he is considering
becoming a professor and maintain-
ing a research lab or working as a gov-
ernment fisheries biologist.
No matter what path he takes, Jones
said he will dedicate his life to con-
serving leatherback sea turtles, along
with all marine life.
"If I was not using my skills as a
physiologist to help conserve these
magnificent creatures, then I would
be a failure," Jones said. "There is no
way I could go to sleep at night or
look at myself in the mirror if these an-
imals go extinct and I did not do ev-
erything I could as a scientist to pre-
vent that outcome."


Ocoee native Todd Jones examines one of hilleatherback sea turtles
in a laboratory at the University of British Colmbia, where he has led




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Photo courtesy of Martin Dee/University ot British uolumDia
one of the most successful projects ever to raise leatherbacks from
hatchlings. Jones' research could save the rare turtles from extinction.


Jones measures a leatherback turtle for a cutom-fitted harness.


Photo by Michael Carey/UBC
Jones attaches a tether to a turtle's harness, allowing it to swim continuously
in the UBC lab.


Photo by MervinHastings/UBC
A 10-month-old leatherback is fed its homernade gelatin
squid meal.


Photo by Mervin Hastings/UBC
Jones hand-feeds a 1-week-old leatherback.


Photo by Mervin Hastings/UBC
A hatchling leatherback swims with its custom-made tether device at the
UBC lab.


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2B The West Orange Times Thursday, May 31, 2007


Sorts


Two OARS varsity rowers earn scholarships


Two Orlando Area Rowing Soci-
ety varsity women rowers have ac-
cepted collegiate scholarships offers.
Petra Dojcsak will row with Nova
Southeastern University in Fort
Lauderdale, and Kristi Roblin will
row with the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dojcsak and Roblin have rowed
together for the past four years, un-
der the direction of Coach Kirsten


Anderson. The women's varsity
eight earned first place in the US-
Rowing Southeast Regional Cham-
pionship in Clemson, S.C., last week-
end.
The girls and their varsity eight
rowers will be traveling to the US-
Rowing Youth National Regatta in
Cincinnati June 8-10.
Both signed NCAA National Let-
ters of Intent at the OARS boathouse


recently.
Dojcsak graduated frin Olympia
High and is the daught of'Pal and
Elizabeth Dojcsak.
Roblin graduated frol the Boone
High Law Magnet. She the daugh-
ter of Skii and Colleen .oblin.
OARS is planning several summer
"Learn to Row" session. For infor-
mation, log on to waw.oars-on-
line.com.


OARS has stellar finish at regionals
The Orlando Area Rowing Society (OARS) had a great showing at the Southeast Regional meet in Clem-
son, S.C. The OARS women's varsity 8, women's JV 8 and men's JV 8 all captured 1st place in their re-
spective events. Both the men's varsity 8 and women's varsity 8 qualified for the national championship fi-
nals in Cincinnati, Ohio in June. The members of the OARS two championship boats are: Alex Miller, Will
Kacheris, Leigha Miceli, Michael Finnell, Morgan Kelley, Robbie Markle, Kristi Roblin, Peter Newman, Pe-
tra Dojcsak, Matt Kacheris, Emily Clonts, Chris Harding, Chelsey Green, Gio Gonzalez, Kaley Tierney,
Brandon Horak, Ansley Ardaman and Steven Welch.


Petra Dojcsak (middle) signs NCAA National Letter of Intent for Nova Southeastern University in ort Laud-
erdale with Kirsten Anderson (left), OARS head coach, varsity women, and her mother, ElizabettDojcsak,
looking on.


Ocoee Devil Rays go undefeated
The Ocoee Junior Devil Rays completed their season with a perfect, 19-0 record. Gathered on the field are
(1-r): front row, Roderick Brown, Kyle Pickup, Jose Nieto, Blake Milner, Donavan Lacroix, Tyler Whitaker,
Tyler Cariglio; back row, Coach Rob Pyles, Head Coach Tim Daughtry, Will Resnik, Tad Daughtry, Chris
Pyles, Mat Oset, Dalton Kelley, Coach Jeff Kelley and Coach Dan Oset.


Kristi Roblin signs her NCAA National Letter of Intent with the University of North Carolina at Ciapel Hill
as Kirsten Anderson (left), OARS head coach, Varsity women, and her parents, Colleen and Skii Riblin, look


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 pans
summer junior golf camp sessions


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


10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the 6st is $150
per session.
Instruction includes a our of the
golf course facility, proce res for ar-
ranging tee times, hitting Ialls on the
range, putting, chipping, :kills com-
petition, pitching, bunko play, full
swing, short game, lunct. rules. eti-
quette, camp shirt and on-;ourse play.
Prizes will be awardec for course
play. Juniors will play' scramble
event, and each will recewi an ID card
for 50 percent discount foirange balls
and play for free with a plying adult.
For more information aid to regis-
ter, call 407-877-8533 oi send an e-
mail to info@stoneybro The club is located at 1501 Towne
Commons Blvd.


Golfing Fore Autism Tournament set for June c at OCN


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


alized bag tag.
There are four hole-inone prizes:
$10,000, a flat-screen television, do-
mestic airfare for two aid a set of
Nike irons. Sponsorship are avail-
able for $100, $250 and ,500 and in-
clude various signage, advertising and
player entry fees.
To register, call Alan MoJss at 321-
303-7672 or Jo-Anne I bu%%ers at
407-234-7456 or send at e-mail to
moster2@earthlink.net or autism-
gym@aol.com. Proceeds from the
event will benefit the Autsm and Re-
lated Disabilities Gym Program, a
non-profit 501(c)3 organization.


Ocoee tennis
summer schedule
The city of Ocoee Parks and Recre-
ation Department will hold its sum-
mer tennis lessons and activities from
June 1 to July 26.
For details, contact Coach Jack Vin-
son at 407-295-6958.


Golf tournament will
support Heritage Family
Preservation
The Heritage Family Preservation is
organizing its first golf tournament on
Saturday, June 23, at Orange County
National Golf Center.
Play will take place on the Crooked
Cat course beginning with a shotgun
start at 7:45 a.m. The entry fee is $100
per player. Sponsorships are available
and range in price from $75 for a hole
sponsorship to $5,000 for a title spon-
sor. Each sponsorship has associated
benefits, including advertising and
player registration.
Play will follow a four-person
scramble format, and there will be
prizes for a hole-in-one, longest drive,
closest-to-the-pin on all par 3s and a
putting contest, along with team
awards for first, second and third
place. The entry fee also includes a
buffet lunch. There will be a silent
auction and door prizes.
Tournament proceeds will benefit
the Heritage Family Preservation Cen-
ter, which is aimed at building bridges
to community resources to promote
skills that lead to preservation of the
family unit. The organization is a
501(c)3 non-profit group that advo-
cates the success of all families
through resources that encourage and
educate family members to preserve the
family unit. Donations are tax de-
ductible.
To register for the tournament or
become a sponsor, call 407-292-7722.


7
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Tee Off for Community Health Tournament
is June 4 at Golden Bear Club at Keene's Pointe


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 arid 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


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.


Golf tournament to benefit Carson Chorney Trust Fund


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-


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.


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


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Foundation.
Academy Touchdown
Club plans
golf tournament
The Foundation Academy
football team and Touchdown
Club will host its first golf tour-
nament fundraiser June 4 at
West Orange Country Club in
Winter Garden. The four-per-
son scramble event will begin
with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.
followed by a barbecue lunch
at the Lions new football field.
The festivities include awards
presentation and auction.
Proceeds will be used to pur-
chase new equipment for the
team.
Sponorships are available
and range in price from $100
for a hole sponsor to $1,000 for
the title sponsor. Each spon-
sorship includes advertising
benefits. For more information
or to register, call tournament
coordinators Laura Ingram at
407-877-3239 (e-mail in-
graml@ocps.net) or Brad Lord
at 407-758-6736 (e-mail
alord2@cfl.rr.com).


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Golf


West Oange Women's Golf hosts Member-Guest Tournament
The WesfOrange Country Club Women's Goll Association hosted a Member-Guest Golf Tournament on
April 24. RFirst-place winners in the tournament were (1-r) Diana Black of WOCC and her guests Gloria Bey-
er, Tammi Wilmot and Cathey Richie.


Guys and dolls compete
In 1st place with a score of 115 for the 2 best-ball Guys and Dolls Tournament were (I-r) Phil Krupoff, Kathy
Levin, Sofia Chiswick and Tim Levin. Not pictured are Windermere CC Pro Wayne Stone, who was closest
to the pin for the men on hole No. 17, and Jen Addeo, who hit her drive closest to the pin on hole No. 4.


For the Guys and Dolls Tournament, the team of Roberto Guillen, Rita Boardman, Marian Gardner and John
Gardner took 2nd place with a 2 best-ball score of 119 for 18 holes. Guillen hit the longest drive for the men.


From the left, the team of Barbara Wimer, Jay Kaplan, Nancy Boos and Frankie Dudding came in 3rd with
a score of 120. Dudding hit the longest drive for the women on hole No. 5.


In the final event of the season for the Windermere Country Club Women's Golf Association, the team of
(1-r) Joan Meachem, Steve Davis, Kim Hightower and Mike Roper won the low-gross prize with a total score
of 149. Meachem also won the prize for being closest-to-the-pin on hole No. 14 and hitting the straightest
drive on hole No. 9. Davis won the closest-to-the-pin prize for the men for his shot on No. 7.


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Schools


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Tom Kroohs and his Whispering Oak Elementary lunchroom staff were honored for having the greatest
percentage of increased participation in the school's breakfast and lunch program. His staff does an out-
standing job providing great food and customer service to WOES students through 2 school cahterrias.


PTA meeting meeting open to all parents, teachers
The Whispering Oak Elementary and community members at 7 p.m. on
PTA will hold a general. membership Monday, June 4. The school is located


OakandAvenue


at 15300 Stoneybrook Wes Parkway,
Winter Garden. For informabn, call the
PTA Office at 407-656-7773 Ext. 2317.


Pioneer Portraits came to life recently at Citrus Elementary. The Orange County Regional History Center
brought its pioneer show to Mrs. Baker's and Miss Thurman's 4th-grade classes. The 1-man show high-
lighted pioneers from the past. Sharone Lanier narrated the show as 'Snapshot' and captivated the audi-
ence with portrayals of Mary McCleod Bethune, Bessie Coleman, Clara Frye, Ray Charles and others.
Lanier is pictured portraying 'Snapshot' with student Brady Adams from Mrs. Baker's class.

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Oakland Avenue Charter School students are 'Goin' Buggy.' Second-graders gave 2 performances of the
popular children's play. Pictured are Mrs. Rayburn's and Ms. Smith's classes in the bug march-off

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Dillard Street Elementary's Art Club students do texture rubbings at the Maitland Art Center during a recent
field trip.
Art Club trip the center. school's main office beginning June 5.


Missy Cottle took her Art Club stu-
dents from Dillard Street Elementary
on her,annual field trip to the Maitland
Art Center on May 8. The students
toured an oil painter's studio and talked
with the working artist about her paint-
ings.
They also toured the gallery, where
they saw Mexican tin prayer paintings,
then the students did texture rubbings
of the tile reliefs in the garden area of


Partners In Education
Dillard Street expresses its appre-
ciation to its Partners In Education for
the 2006-07 school year: Ale House, Ti-
juana Flats, Carter Family Bowl,.
Lowe's, Health Central and Subway.
Mark the calendar
For students who did not receive
their report cards, parents can visit the


Summer main office hours will be
7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday.
The annual Meet Your Teacher will
be held Thursday, Aug. 16, from 3-5
p.m.
The first day of school for the 2007-
08 school year is Monday, Aug. 20.
Principal Bixler says to have a great
summer and remember to read, write
and practice math skills.


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Montverde Academy's Lower School dean, Warren Delmolino, visited Shannon Lewis' 1st-grade class to
congratulate the 'Book It' All-Stars. The students in Lewis' class who completed their reading bog every
month during the 6-month program received a certificate and a sticker. Proud of their accomplishments, I-
r, are Addison Adkins, Baylor Bumford, Katherine Ghivizzani, Collin Jakob, Mayrangela Rodriguez, Jordan
Cooke and Megan McDowell.

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At an awards ceremony on May 21, Garett Kelly was presented with the West Orange Chamber of Com-
merce's S.O.A.R. Award. Garett was nominated for the award by teachers at Ocoee Elementary, where is
a 5th-grader. His nomination was a result of his supreme character, kindness and school involvement.
Garett is a member of Student Council and the special Assets Team and a school safety patrol. In addition,
he consistently achieves academic honors in school and the community. With his are his parents, Freda
and Dennis Kelly, and his brother, Craven.


Musical Theatre Summer Camp in Clermont


The Moonlight Players Warehouse
Theatre in downtown Clermont is of-
fering a Musical Theatre Summer
Camp. AnnieJr. 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 Mon-
day-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."


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


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Windy Ridge School's Spring Fling was bigger and better than ever. The parents planned a great evening
of events for the students and families. This year's theme was 'Race Track,' and there were a variety of games
centered around that. The school thanks the parent community for putting together a great family event.

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Central Florida Christian Academy's teachers were shown much appreciation for their hard work. The Hin-
kle family, Kurt and Dina and their children, John and Sarah, who attend CFCA, presented awards as they
drew names from a basket. All the teachers received a variety of prizes, including Chick-fil-A coupons,
massages and weekend get-aways. Kurt Hinkle expressed his gratitude to the teachers for their investment
in his children and all the other students. He had been planning this event from the beginning of the school
year. The teachers were touched deeply by this family's expression of love and support.


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Foundation Academy's 1st-grade classes went on a field trip to Cypress Gardens on May 4. Mrs. Curtis',
Mrs. DelValle's and (above) Mrs. Reynolds' classes were studying the life cycles of a butterfly and went to
visit the butterfly conservatory. There, they were able to walk among the butterflies and study cocoons and
newly formed butterflies.


Patty Stewart (left), the PTSA president at Southwest Middle, was Lauren Cramer was selected as
named the school's Volunteer of the Year. With her is Dr. Anne Carcara, the Disney Dreamer and Doer for
Southwest principal. Ocoee Middle.

'Newsweek' picks 11 Orange County high schools for 'Top of the Class'


The "Top of the Class" list was re-
leased by Newsweek magazine in its May
28 issue. Eleven Orange County high
schools rank among the best 1,258 pub-
lic high schools in the nation, according
to Newsweek journalist Jay Mathews.
Mathews uses a Challenge Index to
rank schools. It's calculated using the
total number of Advanced Placement
and International Baccalaureate tests tak-


en at a school and dividing that figure
by the number of graduating seniors. He
said this way large schools do not have
an advantage over small schools.
Schools that make the Newsweek list
represent the top five percent of public
high schools in the nation. This year
Matthews selected these Orange Coun-
ty high schools: Olympia, Dr. Phillips, Cy-
press Creek, University, Winter Park,


Edgewater, Oak Ridge, Timber Creek,
Boone, Freedom and Apopka.
In Florida, Cypress Creek and Uni-
versity high schools were listed among
the upper 30 schools. Orange County
Public Schools was among the top three
districts represented nationwide for hav-
ing the most schools listed. This is the
district's second year to make the
Newsweek list.


Imogene Bryant, the secretary at Family Christian School, is retiring this year. She has been a counselor,
mentor, friend, nurse and wisdom giver, and she will be missed by the parents, teachers and students.


William
Jackson Teal
Graduated from South Lake High School,
Clermont. 5/18/07. Class of 2007.
Son of Bill and Barbara Teal
Class Motto:
Together we have experienced life,
separately we will pursue our dreams,
and forever our memories will remain.


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West Orange High's 3rd-period piano recital featured Piano II, III and.V students, including graduating se-
nior Adrian Munive (2nd from right), who's entire piano education was at WO.


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Ocoee High School Principal Mike Armbruster (left) and Assistant Principal George Morse present the WinA
ter Garden Elks Lodge 2165 and Laura Vittum with a plaque of appreciation for the club's yearly dedicaA
tion and efforts to the OHS senior class through the Knights of the Round Table and Teenager of the Month,
program and scholarship fund. "

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The 2nd-period piano recital at WOHS featured Piano I and V students, including graduating senior Jose'
Baez (pictured with his hands on the piano).


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Piano I students played in West Orange's 4th-period piano recital.


West Orange piano students perform


Sixty students developed perfor-
mance skills in the piano lab classes
at West Orange High School this
year, two-thirds as first-timers to the
piano. Beginning and advanced stu-
dents of the lab recently gave three
piano recitals for students, faculty
and parents offering classic, movie,
popular, duet and sacred literature
music.
Students also shared their music at
the first and second semester "Pianos
Everywhere," rotating among five pi-
anos around the Commons, school


office and faculty dining room dur-
ing school lunchtimes.
This year, pianists from the lab also
provided music for Civitan's Relay
For Life Tea Party Extravaganza, the
Gift of Music choral benefit, the
Choral Department's annual winter
and spring concerts, West/Orange's
TMH graduation and WOW-TV. Gail
Mininger teaches the piano classes,
which are a branch of the Choral De-
partment, led by Jeffery Redding.
Among this year's pianists is grad-
uating. senior Jose Baez, who came


from Colombia, South America, as a
freshman with no knowledge of pi-
ano and little knowledge of the English
language. Baez took piano classes all
four years at West Orange, advancing
to th6 point of speaking English,
learning French and performing
Chopin's "Evolutionary Etude" at
end-of-the-year events.
Graduating senior Adrian Munive,
also new to'the piano since entering
West Orange, climaxed the third-pe-
riod recital with Beethoven's "Moon-
light Sonata."


Personal Attention, Caring Faculty...The Crenshaw School
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Our School Program provides:

Grades K-12
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Help needed to replace
playground equipment
Lake Whitney Elementary is cele-
brating its 10th anniversary by kicking
off its "Dive.into a New Decade" cam-
paign to replace the original play-
ground equipment.
The PTA Dad's Committee is over-
seeing the capital contribution cam-
paign to raise $50,000 by the start of
the 2007-08 school year.
There are several donor levels, and
all donors will be recognized this fall at
the anniversary celebration. The lev-
els are Platinum Dolphin ($1,000),
Golden Dolphin ($500), Silver Dolphin
($250) and Bronze Dolphin ($100).
For more information, contact Mack
McLaughlin at mmclaughlin@
fxbuilt.com.


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


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Winermre re


With the backdrop of student artwork on display, families attending the
recent Windermere Prep Spring Picnic had the opportunity to create a
book together using the Klutz 'Build-a-Book' kit. The kits, which in-
lIuded blank pages, felt pieces, glue and googly eyes, were available
for purchase at the Scholastic Book Fair. Families were encouraged to
make books together to create lasting memories. Pictured are 2nd-
grader Karlee Gordon (left) and her father, Randy, spending quality
time together crafting their own unique book.


FAs the experts for childrWNif ih special
needs, we pjo\ide the' beit' support,
education, and therapy- allin one place.
Now enrolling children in our Pre-K
Charter School, Midd le School and Therapy
Programs! For more information, call
.(407) 905-0531 or visit wvww.ucpefl.org.


S.T.A.R.S.
begins
funding drive

S.T.A.R.S. of West Or-
ange Inc. has begun its
fund-raising drive to pro-
vide disadvantaged stu-
dents in the 39 West Or-
ange schools it services.
All financial donations are
tax-deductible.
S.T.A.R.S. has been pro-
viding backpacks and
school supplies for chil-
dren in grades kindergarten
through 12th since 2003
when it raised enough
money to provide supplies
to more than 2,000 stu-
dents in six schools.
Last year, the group has
supplied more than 12,000
children with backpacks
and supplies with the help
of the community.
Any donations can be
sent to S.T.A.R.S. at 9600
W. Colonial Drive, Ocoee
34761 or can be dropped
off at the West Orange
Chamber of Commerce in
Winter Garden.
For more information,
go to the Web site:
www.supportstars.org,
where you can find out
about the 39 schools, how
to donate by credit card,
how supplies are distribut-
ed and more. S.T.A.R.S. is
an approved charity by Or-
ange County Public
Schools, the West Orange
Ministerial Association
and the Chamber. The
group recently received a
Partners In Education
award from OCPS.
According to Joe and
Chesta Hembrooke, par-
ents, teachers and students
recognize the importance
of these supplies and say
they have helped students
improve not only on FCAT
testing but with school
work in general.
Joe Hembrooke, treasur-
er and director, can be
reached at 407-292-3559.


'We Beat the Street' is required reading for Ocoee High students


In an effort to support academic per-
formance, a lifelong love of reading and
a community connection, Ocoee High
School is announcing its first "2007 One
Book, One Ocoee Community" re-
quired summer reading title. We Beat
the Street: How A Friendship Pact Led
to Success is written by doctors Samp-
son Davis, George Jenkins and Rameck
Hunt with Sharon M. Draper.
In the book, the three doctors share
how they found the strength and deter-
mination through their difficulties to
complete high school, college and med-
ical school together.
Every student in the school will be


required to read this book. This is in ad-
dition to any summer reading assign-
ment for specific programs or classes.
A schoolwide multiple-choice exam
and writing prompt will be given to ev-
ery student at the same time within the
first few weeks of school in August.
"Qcoee High School's summer read-
ing program forms an essential com-
ponent of our school literacy plan and
supports our learning community," said
Principal Mike Armbruster. "We en-
courage you to enjoy this book over the
.summer."
A limited number of copies will be
sold in the media center for $5 during


summer school. Students can also check
local bookstores and public libraries for
availability. The book is widely avail-
able in paperback with the ISBN
0142406279.
Olympia and Freedom high schools
are also reading Beat the Street as their
"2007 One Book, One Community"
summer reading.
.The authors summed up their book
this way: "It will motivate young peo-
ple who feel that they have come to the
end of possibility, encourage those who
need a boost and blend perfectly with
others who feel they are on the right
path."


District awarded $1.5 million grant for emergency generators


The Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Administration and the Florida Di-
vision of Emergency Management have
awarded a $1.5 million grant to Orange
County Public Schools. The funds will
be used to install emergency power
generators at Olympia, Freedom and
University high schools, which have
been designated as special need evac-
uation centers in the event of an emer-
gency or natural disaster.
"This grant money will allow us to
permanently install more powerful gen-
erators at these shelters," said Bob


Proie, senior facilities director, opera-
tions and maintenance for OCPS. "The
stationary power generating equipment
will give us the flexibility to use our
mobile generators at three other loca-
tions in the event of an emergency."
After hurricanes cut a path of de-'
struction and havoc through Central
Florida in 2004-05,'the school district's..
Operations and Maintenance Depart-
ment looked for ways to accommodate
special needs persons seeking shelter
in schools activated as evacuation cen-
ters..


According to federal and state regu-
lations, special need shelters should
meet American Red Cross standards
for hurricane evacuation shelters. Once
. installed, the new emergency generat-
'ing units will provide power and air
conditioning for a minimum of 72hours
without off-site assistance or refueling.
."Our schools are not only for learn-
ing. They are also safe havens for
neighborhoods in times of need," said
Superintendent Ronald Blocker. "This
grant will provide us with another tool
to better serve our communities."


Chino Lke idl


Chain of Lakes Middle recently held a McTeacher Night at the McDonald's on Kirkman and Vineland roads.
The string quartet, under the direction of Tricia Hardy, performed a variety of songs throughout the evening.
Several teachers volunteered to serve food, and the students really enjoyed seeing them in their aprons. The
event was a fund-raiser for the A VID and gifted students who will participate in an etiquette training next week.
The school thanks its Partner In Education, McDonald's marketing coordinator Heather Weidenbruch, for ar-
ranging the evening and a big thanks to all the families who attended. Enjoying the night are, 1-r, Jessica Clark,
Mariah Ming, Sarah Frith, Min Jang and gifted-class teachers Diana Lewis and Christine Szymanski.


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Moore


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For info call: 407-376-6788.
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Summer Tutoring: Reading
comprehension, Math, FCAT
test taking skills, Writing, Cur-
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LOOKING FOR A SUMMER
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Tutoring available in all sub-
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OFFICE


for the following
Full Time Positions:
Bldg. Inspector I
Bldg. Inspector II
Engineering 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.


"FULL TIME ACCTS.
PAYABLE- Fast paced large
nholesale/retail automotive
'iompni looking for a Full
'Time Accts. Payable Admin-
fstrator. M-F. Must have the
abilityy to multi-task, have
.strong computer skills, have an
0ye for detail, excellent data
iptry .skills and ability to han-
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Duties included: Extensive data
'entry, daily research, balanc-
ing charge statements, check
cutting, collection of docu-
i cents, approvals, data entry of
1pmployee commissions. Full
,Benefit package provided.
i Send resume with salary re-
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link.net. 6/7afl

\ ci Clinic has full time open-
ing. Apply at 8932 South
Apopka Vineland Road.
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105
DOMESTIC

Seeking a caring patient per-
son to serve meals to, administer


oral medication, give a bath and
provide housekeeping for a se-
nior citizen. Also perform dai-
ly general housekeeping and
laundry. Answer phone at of-
fice evenings. Hours 1-9. 321-
438-1132 5/311s

HOUSE CLEANING IN
WEST ORANGE- Excellent
Working Conditions, Paid
Travel Time, Paid Vacation,
Paid Training, Make Excellent
Wages. Monday thru Friday,
Drug Free Workplace, Back-
ground Check. We value our
employees .and we would like
to consider you for a position.
Call 407-290-6188. 5/31bcs

Nanny: Near Winter Garden, I
am looking for someone with
motherly affections and busi-
ness instincts to care for my
children in the mornings and
late afternoons. Hours will be
7:00 am until 9:30 am and then
2:00 pm until about 7:00 pm
during the school year and full
time during the summer. Must
have a clean driving record and
background. Other duties will
include grocery shopping, light
house cleaning and occasional
light cooking. References will
be required. Fax resume to 407-
654-8451. 6/7djb

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


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

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


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CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
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OwnersOperators- Southeastd
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SERVERS/DISHWASHERS:
Immediate openings in upscale
assisted living facility for FT
and PT servers and PT dish-
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CARPENTERS & HELPERS
NEEDED. Steady work in W.
Orange area. Transportation.
Available. Call 407-579-9277.


Drivers Wanted! Must have
valid drivers license. Call 407-
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NOW HIRING ** At Floridan
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GENERAL:
010 ANNOUNCEMENTS
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
030 PERSONALS
035 SCHOOLS AND
INSTRUCTION
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST & FOUND
090 MISCELLANEOUS
EMPLOYMENT:
100 GENERAL OFFICE
105 DOMESTIC
110 CRAFT/SKILLS/TRADE
120 LABOR
130 MEDICAL
132 LEGAL'
135 PROFESSIONAL
136 RELIGIOUS
140 RESTAURANT/HOTEL/MOTEL
150 RETAIL
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY
160 MISCELLANEOUS
165 PART-TIME
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


MERCHANDISE:
200 ITEMS FOR SALE
220 COLLECTIBLES
240 GARAGE/YARD SALE
280 ITEMS WANTED
PETS:
300 ANIMALS FOR SALE
340 FREE TO GOOD HOME
380 PET SERVICES & SUPPLIES
VEHICLES:
400 AUTOS FOR SALE
401 TRADES
405 ACCESSORIES
410 AUTO PARTS
420 AUTO SERVICES & REPAIR
430 TRUCKS &VANS
440 RVS & TRAVEL TRAILERS
450 MOTORCYCLES
455 EQUIPMENT
460 BOATS
470 BOATPARTS
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 ii
610 CONDO TOWNHOUSE
620 APARTMENT & DUPLEXES
625 ROOMS/EFFICIENCY
630 ROOMMATES


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

Hermann Engelmann Green-
houses is looking for people to
fill the following positions:
Production & Shipping. Ap-
plications are being accepted
at 2009 Marden Road, Apop-
ka from 8:00a'm 4:00pm
Mon.- Fri. 5/31heg


130.
MEDICAL

BILLER/OFFICE MGR. FOR
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OCOEE. EXP. WITH INS.
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RELIABLE AND MOTI-
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I am a certified nursing assis-
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senior family member or a sit-
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with seniors. Sherry Pearce
407-408-7656. '6/21sp


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PROFESSIONAL

Woodlawn Funeral Home and
Memorial Park is seeking 2 in-
dividuals to join our staff to as-
sist Client families with Pre-
planning their Funeral and
Cemetery arrangements. These
are full time sales positions.
Hourly base pay and a quality
bonus program. Medical, Den-
tal, 401K, and paid vacation.


AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS NEEDED

We are now hiring for all level technicians from lube techs up to full
master techs. Our service department is extremely busy and we need
to add to our current staff to keep up with the customer demand.
We offer competitive pay, bonuses, uniforms, health insurance, paid
vacations and a 401K. Call today or stop by to join our team!!!


BILL SEIDLE CHEVROLET
14138 STATE ROAD 50 CLERMONT, FL 34711
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Please e-mail resumes to
Richard.Davis@sci-us.com
POC: Richard W. Davis 407-
293-1361. 5/31wfh

VPK certified Director of
Preschool needed for local
church. Entering our 6th year
in the fall, we will have a full
program, including 4-5 class-
es and Extended Day. Use
Wee-leamrn curriculum. Com-
petitive salary, new facility,
pleasant atmosphere. Send re-
sume to PO Box 38, Oakland,
FL, 34760. 6/7opc

Preschool teaching assistants
are needed for 2007-8 school
year. All positions are part-
time. Perfect for college stu-
dents. Call 407-291-3292 or
e-mail resume to littlefish-
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Inside Sales Rep- An indepen-
dent wholesale food distribu-
tion company in Winter Gar-
den needs a full time inside rep.
Responsibilities include call-
ing existing customers for their
food orders NO COLD
CALLS, entering orders into
the computer, must be able to
work in a faced paced envi-
ronment, bilingual a plus, and
computer literate (Excel,
Word). Good pay + benefits.
Tues-Sat flexible hours. Ap-
ply Kelly Foods, 650 Carter Rd
Winter Garden or fax resumes
407-654-2469. 6/7kf


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HEALTH &
BEAUTY

Fantastic Sam's Clermont hir-
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location on Hwy 27. Earn up
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GENERAL
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DRIVERS: Local, Great Ben-
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CDL-A req. Winn-Dixie Dis-
tribution:( 24 Hrs.) 4401
Seaboard Rd., Orlando 32808
5/31aa

Award winning Orange Coun-
ty National Golf Center &
Lodge is currently accepting
applications for a Landscape
supervisor. The position will
oversee the landscape mainte-
nance of the clubhouse area &
common grounds of the prop-
erty. The Ideal candidate must
be proficient in the operation
of maintenance equipment, pest
control, fertility applications,
and irrigation service. We of-
fer an excellent benefit pack-
age and a starting salary of
$32,500.00 year. Please contact
Carl @ 407-905-2214 to sched-
ule an interview. 5/31ocn

General Office Help, Dis-
patcher, Inventory Clerk, Pa-
perwork Processor & CSR


needed for Winter Garden busi-
ness. Interviews held on
Wednesday from 1-4pm.
"About Satellite.Com" located
@ 1319 Green Forest Ct., Ste.
406., Winter Garden. 407-877-
5657. 5/31as

VENDING ATTENDANT to
fill & service. Deli. Cook,
Cashier, good pay. Mon-Thurs.
Food service at Auto Auction.
407-947-6327 for an appt. TF-
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PART-TIME

COOK. Immediate opening in
upscale assisted living facility
for PT cook. Some experience
necessary, SERVESAFE cer-
tification a plus.
Days/Evenings/Weekends,
must be flexible and have reli-
able transportation. Apply in
person at 80 N. Clarke Road,
Ocoee or fax resume to 407-
299-2185. 5/31sa6o

Part-Time help wanted. Wood-
lawn Funeral Home in Gotha
is looking for a dignified/de-
pendable individual, with a
team player mentality to serve
as a receptionist for weekends
and holidays. We offer a mean-
ingful work environment, with'
a flexible schedule. Please ap-
ply in person 400 Woodlawn
Cemetery Rd., Gotha, Florida
34734. Drug Free, EOE,
M/FV/D. 6/7wfh_

Part Time Church Custodian
needed to keep building,
grounds, and equipment in or-
derly condition and to perform
various other duties as required.
Position requires someone with
the skills and strength to per-
form these duties and who is
flexible on working hours, an-
ticipated to be approx. 20 hours
per week. Applications are be-
ing taken at Oakland Presbyte-
rian Church, 218 East Oakland
Ave, Oakland, FL. 34760
Phone: 407-656-4452. 6/7opc

RECEPTIONIST/DATA EN-
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SIONAL WEEKENDS!
PART-TIME! 20-25 HOURS!
ENERGETIC REAL ESTATE
OFFICE! CENTURY 21
ELITE PROPERTIES. CALL
LUCY MARTINELLI @
407.295.1700 X1836. 6/7c21e

Do You Love Candles?
PartyLite Gifts, the nation's pre-
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accessories is currently ex-
panding their team of sales con-
sultants in the Orlando area.
For info: 407-654-5786 or
www.partylite.biz/candlechick
6/7cc

NOW HIRING PT OFFICE
MANAGER. Elizabeth Par-
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dermere. Requires ability to
work evenings and computer
skills. Please Call 407-654-
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484-8153. TFNepsod(39448)


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200
ITEMS FOR SALE

King Size bed frame. Sil-
ver/Gold headboard and foot-
board. Great Condition.
(bought new $1,000) Asking
$150. And Slightly used
Cream colored carpet $100.
Clean/great condition. Please
call 321-947-9739. KS5/31

Gently used 3 person off-white
couch, pillow back, with over-
sized
chair to match, very comfort-
able. Also, small black enter-
tainment center. Must sell!
321-299-2457. JC5/31

Couch w/two built in Reclin-
ers, Loveseat and Rocker, $300
obo. Call 407-509-7852. 6/7to

Hot tub! $1,795 Loaded! 4-
seater with digital Balboa con-
trols, therapy jets, cup holders,
fiber-optic waterfall. Brand
new w. warranty. Delivery in-
cluded. Clermont 352-394-
3279 6/21sl

Bedroom set- $1,300 Beautiful
7-piece cherry sleigh bed set.
Brand new. 352-394-5813
Clermont 6/21sl

Mattresses- Brand new sets w.
warranty in twin,full,queen,
and king starting at $100.00.
Memory foams from $495
352-394-3593 6/21sl


Pool Table- $1,350 Beautiful
brand new w. 1" Italian slate,
leather drop pockets, double-
arch design. Delivery and set-
up available! Clermont 352-
394-4372 6/21sl

Futon- $199 Brand new with
wooden arms and plush 8" mat-
tress. Clermont 352-394-3279
6/21sl
Dining Room Set- $899 New
mahogany table with 2 12"
leaves and 2 arm and 4 side
chairs with leather. Clermont
352-394-5813 6/21sl

Sofa and loveseat- $799- Plush
micro-fiber. Never used! Cler-
mont 352-394-4372 6/21sl

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


240
GARAGE/YARD
SALE

Moving & Downsizing! Home
decor, holiday items,tools, an-
tiques, artwork, furniture, to
many things to list! June 1 &
2, 8am 3pm

1131 Hawthorne Cove Drive
(Ocoee) in Lake Olympia sub-
division. 5/311h

392 N. Main St., WG- Design-
er clothes, men, women & chil-
dren, household items, furni-
ture & toys. Friday & Sat June
1 & 2. 7am-? 5/31et


Saturday June 2nd- 8 til ? 997
Glenmeadow Dr. Winter Gar-
den 5/31khb

Sat: 6/2- 526 N. Main St, WG.
King mattress set & box spring
set, bedroom set, lamps, linens,
Wicker sofa & love seat
w/matching pieces. Rattan din-
ing table & 6 chairs, computer
desk, dishes, misc. household.
407-656-2556. 5/31dd

Antiques- Oak, Wrought Iron,
Advertising, Records. 240 Har-
bor Drive, Winter Garden. 6/1
&6/2from 8-1. 5/31mm

Estate Sale- This Friday and
Saturday 9 am to 3pm. Furni-
ture, Household goods, Linens,
Tools, 2 large Freezers. Ev-
erything must go. 5911 Carter
St. Off Old Winter Garden Rd.
via Hudson St. Orlo Vista. 407-
488-6070 5/3 lbs

Garage Sale- Ocoee, Silver
Bend. 1739 Cassingham Cir-
cle. Sat, 6/2. 8-4. 5/3 dec


280
ITEMS WANTED



JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing

SCRAP
BATTERIES
500 EACH

510 E.HWY50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588




300
ANIMALS FOR
SALE

German 'Shepherd Puppies.
Mom CKC, Full Blooded, tak-
ing deposits, ready 7/10 /07
$500.407-625-8380 6/21jg




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400
AUTOS FOR
SALE


1988 Mitsubishi Eclipse, R,S
2.0L, Red, 100,000k miles.
$3000. 321-746-4336.6/7mc

2000 Cadillac Seville SLS1,
Silver. 106,000 miles. $17,000.
407-209-4781. 6/7mc






500
MEDICAL &
HEALTH

Experienced Health Care
Worker with references, will
provide love and care, all shifts
available, 407-797-8833
6/21pc

Senior Homecare By Angels:
Our caring home companions
help Seniors stay at home!
Respite care, hygiene assis-
tance, meal prep, light house-
work, errands. Up to 24 hr care.
Reasonable rates. We do things
your way! VISITING AN-
GELS 407-888-5999.
Lic.30211299 TFNva .


530
CHILDCARE

Childcare available in loving
home. 407 748 6558 6/71m


560
HOME
IMPROVEMENT


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


HANDYMAN SERVICE
'AVAILABLE. Drywall, trim
work, carpentry, painting, pres-
sure washing, custom tile work,
kitchen cabinetry work, etc.
321-388-1330. 6/17rp

Kitchen Design & Remodels-
Full Services from Design &
Renovations to completed pro-


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LOWEST PRICED IN PALMA VISTA!
Fabulous kitcen'lamily combo' Large pool w.touriains-
waderfalls' Tile roulo Gaied golI comic $648.500 Lucy
Marninlli

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NO H.O.A. IN SW ORLANDO!
Workshop and storage sheds rernal.in-law aparnmeni
room Io park your RV on 1'2 acre loi $429.900 Scon
Taylor


MINUTES TO VERANDO PARK!
Fenced 'sc pool. spjaious la3ily 'lichen combo, Ireshly
paired Olympia nighn 389.900 TEAM CONNECT Paul
Capon


StLLtH NRbUUIIABLt!
Coming attraclon inew carpets' This 4Bd/3Ba pool
home is wailing tor yout Enjoy ALL amentllies o01 Huners
Creek $379 500. Lucy Marlinelli.


WHAT A
PRICE!
Nice corner o01,
wraparound porch,
fenced yard, com-
munity pool tennis,
Olympia High
$225 000 Serge
Rene


75K BELOW NEXT COMPARABLE!
Ses! only $121 PiSF. NO REAR NEIGHBORS. 5BD mas-
ter up master down. lakefron. cul-de-sac. $425,000.
Dean Harris


REDUCED 10OK! HUGER FLORIDA ROOM!
Great *c(h,)0oI. gaed] Vensingion Park magrii f.:eri 4Br 2Ba 1S ceramic iile on 1.4 acre PLUS LOT in 200's
gourmet kitc hen. huge Donus room. FAB pool' $775 000. 24 7 for details 1 888 828.7051 x223 Chris Baker
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570
LAWN & TREE

Bo's Lawn Service- When the
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Cheapest price around. 321-
228-0380 or 407-287-9681.
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MISCELLA-
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MONEY TO LEND: Com-
mercial & Residential Loans.
All property types. Purchase or
Re-finance. 866-783-1542.
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600
HOMES FOR
RENT

Winter Garden area- 2br/2ba, .
double wide mobile home in
quiet lakeside adult park. $750
p/mo. 407-656-2525. www.kil-
lareycourt.net 5/31kc,

Windermere area 2600sf
$2500/month, 4bdrm/3bath, 1


131y

PARCIB


acre fenced lot, pool, 2 car
garage. 407-656-8877 6/21zl

WINTER GARDEN NICE
HOUSE, 3/2 W/FAMILY
ROOM AND ALL APPLI-
ANCES. WALK TO HIS-
TORICAL DOWNTOWN.
$1,300 MONTH. CALL OUI-
DA MEEKS, WINDSOR RE-
ALTY GROUP, INC. 407-
491-3000 TFNWR (5/24 -
5/31)




Winter Garden
*4/2.5/2 New home over
2500 sq ft. Asking
$1500.00. Community
pool and park.
Southern Pines Condos
*3/2w/garage, $1250.
*2/2 for $950. Amenities,
pool, tennis, weight room,
indoor basketball & more.
$1,250. ,
*M6inneola 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



610
CONDO AND
TOWNHOUSE

WINTER GARDEN 2/2
CONDO- 1ST FLOOR, ALL
APPLIANCES PLUS COMM
POOL AND 2 ASSIGNED
PARKING SPACES. $825
MONTH. CALL BILL
STRAUGH, WINDSOR RE-
ALTY GROUP, INC. 407-
716-3010 TFNWR (5/24 -
5/31)


620
APARTMENT &
DUPLEXES

Bay Pointe Apts. NOW RENT-
ING. 3 bedroom apts. Starting
at $441. to $590. Equal Hous-
ing Opportunity. 1053 Horizon
St, Winter Garden. 407-656-
1661. 5/31bpa


2br/1.5ba Duplex- fenced yard,
no smoking. $950 p/mo. Ap-
plication Rpquired. Addition-
al rent for pets. 407-656-0873.
5/31 tc

3br/2ba, washer & dryer, gated
community, covered parking,
pool. $1175 p/mo. 407-770-
8875 or407-721-2841. 5/31jf

WINTER GARDEN- Small
furnished apt. Single working
female, utilities furnished. No
smoking/drinking. References.
$499/mo. 407-877-6467.6/7sg

1/1 APT. NEWLY refurbished.
W.G. No pets. $500 p/mo.
Move in special, $200 off se-
curity. Near historic downtown.
407-376-8763. TFNmec

Duplex 2/1 Rent $800, Deposit
$1000. '1 Month Free Rent.
Winter Garden. 407-656-9762.
TFNwgg


625
ROOMS/
EFFICIENCY

1 BDRM. EFFICIENCY on 2
private lakes in Clermont. Non
smoker, no pets. 352-394-6091.
6/7cv

For Rent- furnished room,
walking distance to stores in
Winter Garden. $120 p/wk. All
utilities included. 407-877-
8992. 5/31rf

Clean nice room in quiet sub-
division, close to buses & shop-
ping. $100 p/wk, $100 deposit.
Please call 407-292-9136.
5/31ch

$600- Room for rent in Winter
Garden (Beautiful Winter Oaks
Subdivision) Everything in-
cluded (Brighthouse High
Speed Internet, cable and all
utilities). No deposit required,
no pets please. Call 321-695-
3435. 5/3 Iknc

MetroWest Furnished Bed-
room with cable, Washer/Dry-
er, Bus Link & 408 access,
walk to shopping. NS.
$115/week 407-299-1811.
6/14am

640
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up door, private bath. $650
p/mo, plus 1st & last mo. L.A.
Grimes Agency Realtors, Own-
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650
COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT

2400 SQ. FT.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE LO-
CATED IN OAKLAND.
GREAT LOCATION, CON-
VENIENT TO TURNPIKE.
DOCK HIGH ACCESS.
CALL 352-394-5364. 5/31clp

WINTER GARDEN OFFICE
SPACE- APPROX 6400 SQ
FT WITH 15 OFFICES
FRONT ENTRY AREA,
COMMON AND STORAGE
AREAS. EMP KITCHEN
AND DINING. PHONE &
SECURITY SYSTEM. 21
PARKING SPACES. $4500
PER MONTH PLUS TAX.
CONTACT BILL STRAUGH,
WINDSOR REALTY
GROUP, INC. 407-716-3010.
tfnwr(39444)

WINTER GARDEN 2 PRI-
VATE OFFICES, RECEP-
TION 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(39292)


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

Oakland Office Space for Rent
- Charming Downtown loca-
tion, 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)


670
VACATION-

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TN. Owned by Ocoee family.
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Angel's Loft, cabin #244.
5/31nl1


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MOBILE HOMES

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Auctions


AUCTION APALACHICOLA, FL, June 9th, 1 lam, 20 Prop-
erties. Condominiums, Gulf View & Gulf Access Lots, His-
toric District Home, St. George Island Lots
www.idurhamauctions.com (800)342-2666 J. Durham & As-
sociates, Inc., J. Hendry & Associates, Inc. AB#2013 AU2608.

Auction 80* acres Divided. Prime recreational real estate,
quiet, secluded homesites, well stocked ponds, Washington
County, FL, Friday, June 8 @ 2pm. (800)323-8388 AU4779'
AB296 rowellauctions.com.

27 Single-family homes, villas & condos & lots. Ft Myers,
Marco Island, Naples and more. Auction: June 16th. Premier
RE Auctions www.oremierrealestateauctions.com (866)898-
6558 AB2580/BK3189552.

GIGANTIC 3-DAY Auction June 6, 7, 8, 2007 Montgomery,
Alabama. (131) Single, Tandem & Tri-Axle Dumps, (70, are
2007-2006) Mack, (6) 2007-2006 Mack Roll Off Trucks, Truck
Tractors, Lowboys, Crawler Loaders & Tractors, Excavators,
Motor Graders & Scrapers, Backhoes, Rubber Tired Loaders,
Asphalt Recycler, Forklifts, Paving, Skidders, Feller Bunchers,
Log Loaders, Farm Tractors. J.M. Wood Auction Co., Inc.
(334)264-3265, Bryant Wood AL LIC#1137.


Automotive


$500 Police Impounds! Honda Accord 97, $800! Toyota
Camry 94, $5501 Nissan Maxima 93, $7501 for listings
(800)366-9813 Ext.9275.

91 Acura Integra $1,2001 Only $44 / Mol Police Impounds
Available from $29 / Mo! $0 down 36 months @ 19% apr. For
listings Call (800)366-9813 x 9271.


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Employment


ROAD TRIP! Explore and experience travel. If you are at least
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Notice: Post Office Positions Now Available. Avg. Pay $20/
hour or $57K annually including Federal Benefits and OT.
Get your exam guide now. (800)709-9754 EXT.5799 USWA
FeeReq. .

Help Wanted

Drivers: GET MOVIN' 36-43cpm/$1.20pm Sign On Bonus
$0 Lease NEW Trucks CDL-A + 3 mos OTR (800)635-8669.

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Driver: DON'T JUST START YOUR CAREER, START IT
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ADVERTISING SALES Reps and/or Managers. Up to 50%
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Homes ForRent


Never Rent Again! Buy, 3BR/2BA $16,6001 Only $199/Mol
2/BR $10,0001 5% down 20years 8%. HUD Homes Avail-
able! For listings (800)366-9783 Ext 5796.

HUD HOMES! 4BR/2BA $199/mo! Stop Renting! 5% dw, 20
yrs @ 8% apr. 5BR/3Ba Foreclosure! $222/mo! For Listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5798.


Priced to Sell- 6 Existing
Homes in Winter Garden for
$170,000 and less. Jim 407-
469-2422. 5/31 ja

CLERMONT- MUST SELL
3/2 NEWLY REMODELED
CUSTOM HOME, 10434
LAKESHORE DR., LAKE-
VIEW, 3/4 ACRE, 2,500 SF,
NO-HOA, LEASE OPTION
AVAILABLE, REALTORS
WELCOME 3% COMMIS-
SION. $499K/OBO 786-295-
0148. 6/7rem

Brand New! Rock bottom pric-
ing. No BROKERS no com-
missions paid at this low, low
price. 2000+ sq ft home in
Howie-in-the-Hills. Many up-
grades and extra special touch-
es: granite countertops, tile
floors, crown and chair mould-
ings, custom painting, stainless
appliances. Enjoy the serenity
of country living for ONLY
$349,000. Will consider lease
w/option to purchase. Call 407-
402-7336. 6/7bm


710
CONDO &
TOWNHOUSES

Townhouse- 2/2 partially fur-
nished, screened back porch,
tile floors, 1/4 mile east of 545
just off Hwy. 50. $2000 dis-
count on Closing Costs to all
Disney employees. $139,900.
Call 407-948-2392 6/7mb


720
COMMERCIAL

WINTER GARDEN:Flex con-
dos. 1/2 mile off SR 429, 2278
S.F. & up, 20' Ceiling, Con-
crete Const., Avail Now. 407-
654-8200. www.APEXDE-
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3Br 2Ba Foreclosure! $30,0001 Only $238/Mo! 5% down
20 years @ 8% apr. Buy 6/BR $215/Mo! For listings (800)366-
9783 Ext 5853.

4/BR Foreclosure $14,000! 6BR/4BA Only $27,000! Stop
Renting! More Homes Available from $10,000! For Listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5669.


Homes For Sale


4/BR Foreclosure $14,000! 6BR/4BA Only $27,000! More
Homes Available from $10,0001 For Listings (800)366-9783
Ext 5669.

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Land For Sale

AUCTION 1,126+/- Acres Divided Sat., June 9, 10:00 a.m.
Tracts From 3 to 6 Acres Crawford County, GA. These select
properties have been owned by the same timber 'company for
over 25 years. 37 tracts from 3 to 160 acres. Wooded residen-
tial tracts, several hunting tracts, no restrictions. These tracts
are in the eastern and northern sections of Crawford County.
Auction held at Goodwill Conference Center, 5171
Eisenhower Parkway in Macon, GA. Pay 10% down, 10%
buyer's premium. GAL#2034. Call For Information (800)479-
1763 John Dixon & Associates www.johndixon com.

So. Central 2+ Acre Lake Access Was $179,900 NOW
$79,900. Located in private gated lakefront community. Lake
views. Excel Fin. Owner must sell. Call (888)320-8399 x
2008.

82 ACRES Gainesville, FL area, excellent shape, planted
pines and other scattered hardwoods $389,900. Flexible owner
financing available. (800)352-5263 Florida Woodland Group,
Inc. Lic RE Broker.


Miscellaneous


DIVORCE$275-$350*COVERS children, etc. Only one sig-
nature required! *Excludes govt. fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000, ext.600. (8am-6pm) Alta Divorce, LLC. Es-
tablished 1977.

AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high paying Aviation
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ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. Medical, busi-
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Call (866)858-2121 www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com.

WANTED: 10HOMES To Show OffOurNew Lifetime Exte-
rior Paint. Call Now to see if your home qualifies. (800)961-
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Movers/Services

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NANTAHALA LAKE LOT with old fish camp and 2/BR
septic permit, close to public boat ramp. $225,000.00
Valleytown Realty http://valleytownrealty.com (800)632-
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WINTER GARDEN START
YOUR OWN BUSINESS- 2
BUILDINGS ZONED C-3,
ONE CONVERTED TO
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i Town of Oakland
.,. Request for Bid

Bid 2006-07-01:
The Town of Oakland has declared
a certain parcel of land as surplus
land details as found on our web
i-site: http://www.oaktownusa.com
'f interested, the completed bid
^packet, (8 copies) must be delivered
,to Oakland Town Hall, 220 N. Tubb
_Street, Oakland, Florida 34760, on
or before 3:00 p.m. Friday, June
29, 2007. Sealed quotes shall be
(returned to Oakland Town Manag-
er, Bid 2006-07-01, SURPLUS, PO
Box 98, 220 N. Tubb Street, Oak-
and, Florida 34760.
AII quotes received after that time will
:be considered null and void. Ques-
tions or requests for copies should
be addressed to Maureen Rischitel-
1-1i, Town Manager, via email at town-
Imanger@oaktownusa.com.
5/24, 5/31


y, Town of Oakland
,Notice of Public Hearing
The following ordinance will be
heard at the regular public meeting
of the Town of Oaklandls Town
Commission on Wednesday, May
30, 2007, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon
after as possible, in Oaklandls
Meeting Hall, 221 North Arrington
Street. Interested parties may ap-
pear and be heard.

ORDINANCE 2007-06
AN ORDINANCE OFTHE TOWN OF
OAKLAND, FLORIDA, AMENDING
CHAPTER 66, TAXATION, SECTION
66-83.3, TO PROVIDE AN ADDI-
TIONAL EXEMPTION FOR LOW IN-
SCOME SENIORS TO INCREASE THE
MAXIMUM OF $25,000 TO A MAX-
IMUM OF $50,000; PROVIDING
FOR CODIFICATION; CONFLICT;
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE..
The ordinance may be viewed at
Oakland Town Hall, 230 North Tubb
Street, from 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm,
Monday through Friday.
Any person with disabilities need-
ing special accommodation should
submit a written request to Linda
Balsavage, Town Clerk,,P.O. Box
98, Oakland, FL 34760, or phone
407.656.1117 at least 24 hours be-
fore the meeting.
5/31


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the City
of Winter Garden Commission will
hold a second reading and public
hearing on June 28, 2007 at 6:30
p.m., or as soon after as possible,
to consider the adoption of the fol-
lowing ordinances:

ORDINANCE 07-09
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, PRO-
VIDING FOR THE ANNEXATION OF
CERTAIN ADDITIONAL LANDS
GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS
1.43+/- ACRES LOCATED AT
12728 W. COLONIAL DRIVE, AND
MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED
HEREIN INTO THE CITY OF WIN-
TER GARDEN FLORIDA; REDEFIN-
ING THE CITY BOUNDARIES TO
GIVE THE CITY JURISDICTION
OVER SAID PROPERTY; PROVID-
ING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVID-
ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE 07-10
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, RE-
ZONING APPROXIMATELY 1.43+/-
ACRES OF CERTAIN REAL PROP-
ERTY LOCATED AT .12728 W.
COLONIAL DRIVE FROM ORANGE
COUNTY C-3 TO CITY C-2; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE 07-11

ORDINANCE 07-11 AN ORDI-
NANCE AMENDING THE FUTURE
LAND USE MAP OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN'S COMPRE-
HENSIVE PLAN BY CHANGING THE
DESIGNATION FROM ORANGE
COMMERCIAL RURAL TO CITY
COMMERCIAL FOR PROPERTY
GENERALLY. DESCRIBED AS
1.43+/- ACRES LOCATED AT
12728 W. COLONIAL DRIVE; PRO-
VIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PRO-
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of the proposed ordinance
(which includes the legal description
in metes and bounds of the pro-
posed site) may be inspected by
the public between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday
to Friday of each week at 270 West
Plant Street. For more information,
please contact Regina McGruder at
S656-4111, ext. 2312.
Interested parties may appear at
the meetings and be heard with re-
spect to the proposed ordinance.
I Written comments will be accepted
before or at the public hearings.
Any persons wishing to appeal a
Decision of the Public body should
ensure a verbatim record of the pro-
Sceedings is made. Any persons with
disabilities needing special accom-
modations should submit a written


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request to the Planning & Zoning
Department, 270 W. Plant St., Win-
ter Garden, FL 34787 pr phone
(407) 656-4111, Ext. 2312 at least
48 hours prior to each meeting.
The meeting will be held at Tanner
Hall, located at 29 West Garden Av-
enue, Winter Garden, Florida.
5/31


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
Pursuant to the Florida Statutes,
notice is hereby given that the City
of Winter Garden City Commission
will hold a public hearing on June
28, 2007 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon af-
ter as possible at Tanner Hall, lo-
cated at 29 West Garden Avenue,
in Winter Garden, Florida to con-,
sider the adoption of the following
ordinance:

ORDINANCE NO. 07-22

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA,
AMENDING CHAPTER 88 OF THE
CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA; PRO-
VIDING FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF
COSTS, EXPENSES AND FEES IN-
CURRED BY THE CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN IN REVIEWING RE-
QUESTS RELATING TO DEVELOP-
MENT; PROVIDING FOR FEE
SCHEDULES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Any and all objections will be heard
at this time. If no valid objections are
presented to the contrary, consid-
eration will be given for granting
this request. You are advised that
if a person decides to appeal any
decision made with respect to any
matter considered at such hearing,
then they will need to ensure a ver-
batim record of the proceedings is
made which includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based. If you have any
questions, please call Brandon By-
ers, Planner at 407-656-4111 Ext.
2292.
5/31



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

Division:
File No: 48-2Q07-CP-000845-0
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CECELIA BROWN A/K/A
CECELIA M. BROWN A/K/A
CECELIA MERRILL BROWN
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CECELIA BROWN a/k/a CECELIA
M. BROWN a/k/a CECELIA MER-
RILL BROWN, deceased, whose
date of death was February 22,
2007, and whose Social Security
Number is xxx-xx-5711, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is 425 N. Or-
ange Avenue, Room 340, Orlando,
FL 32801. The names and ad-
dresses of the Personal Represen-
tatives and the Personal Represen-
tative's attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served mustfile their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice Is May 24, 2007.
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
LAUREN Y. DETZEL, ATTORNEY
Florida Bar No. 253294
DEAN, MEAD, EGERTON, BLOOD-
WORTH,
CAPOUANO & BOZARTH, P.A.


P.O. Box 2346
Orlando, FL 32802-2346
Telephone: (407) 841-1200
Fax: (407) 423 -1831
Personal Representative:
LINDA C. POWELL
565 Gatlin Avenue
Orlando, FL 32806
5/24, 5/31


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

IN RE: ESTATE OF
AGUSTIN YRENE NUMA, .
Deceased.
PROBATE DIVISION
File No: 48-2007-CP-001094-0
Division:1

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate of,
AGUSTIN YRENE NUMA, deceased,
whose date of death was April 20,
2006 is pending in the Circuit Court
for Orange County, Florida, Probate
Division; File Number 48-2007-CP-
001094-0, the address of which is
Drawer
425 North Orange Avenue, Room
340, Orlando, Florida 32801. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims or
demands against decedent's 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 OFTHE
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 the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent 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, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO(2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION
OFTHIS NOTICE IS: May 24,2007.
Personal Representative:
SORAYA WHITE
3850 Southpointe Drive
Orlando, Florida 32822
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
DAVID W. VELIZ
Florida Bar No. 846368
David W. Veliz, P.A.
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 104
Orlando, Florida 32804
Telephone: 407-849-7072
Fax: 407-849-7075
5/24,5/31

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number:
48-2007-CP-001175-0
In Re The Estate Of:
EUGENIO TORRES,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of the
Estate of EUGENIO TORRES, de-
ceased, File Number 48-2007-CP-
001175-0, has commenced in the
Probate Division of the Circuit
Court, Orange County, Florida, the
address of which is 425 N. Orange
Avenue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
32801. The names and addresses,
of the Personal Representative and
the Personal Representativels at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent, and
other persons having claims or de-'
mands against the decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served must file their claims
with this Court at the address set
forth above WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE AS SET FORTH BE'
LOW OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH CREDITOR.
All other creditors or persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has not been served
must file their claims with this Court
at the address set forth above
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW.


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ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED
The date of the first publication of
this notice is May 24, 2007.
Personal Representative:'
AURA I. TORRES a/k/a AURA I.
MALDONADO
6442 Tidewave Street
Orlando, FL 32822
Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
ERIC S. MASHBURN
Law Office of Eric S. Mashburn, P.A.
Post Office Box 771268
Winter Garden, FL 34777-1268
Phone number: (407) 656-1576
Fax number: (407) 877-9166
Florida Bar Number: 263036
5/24, 5/31


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell these ve-
.hicles on 06/08/2007, 08:00 am at
103 S. Orange
Blossom Trail Orlando, Fl 32805,
pursuant to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida
Statutes. Hughes Towing & Re-
covery reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or
all bids.
1FTEX15YSSKC15855 1995
FORD
1 FTNS24W37DA24757 2007
FORD
3GNDA23D46S541943 2006
CHEVROLET
JT2AEO9E4PO013664 1993
TOYOTA
5/31


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
Hughes Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell these ve-
hicles on 06/15/2007, 08:00 am at
103 S. Orange
Blossom Trail Orlando, Fl 32805,
pursuant to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida
Statutes. Hughes Towing & Re-
covery reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or
all bids.

1FMCU22X7PUC19429 1993
FORD
1G2HX52LOR4247046 1994
PONTIAC
1GCEG25H1L7137309 1990
CHEVROLET
1GHDX03E4WD290209 1998
OLDSMOBILE
2FACP73W1PX133997 1993
FORD
3A4FY48B67T542033 2007
CHRYSLER
JT2ST67C4J7259269 1988
TOYOTA
5/31


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 6/12/07,10:00 am
at 119 5th St Winter Garden, FI
34787-3613. Slys Towing & Re-
covery reserves right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
1989 Chevy Suburban S/W
1GNGV26KOKF165610
1995 Ford Mustang 2 DR
1FALP4045SF106517
1995 Nissan Quest UT
4N2DN11W9SD863531
1998 Ford Explorer SW
1 FMZU32E8WZBO7495
5/31


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on June 11, 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.
1995 MAZDA 626
VIN# 1YVGE22CXS5365532
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all bids.
5/31

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on June 14, 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.
1995 NISSAN MAXIMA


VIN# JN1CA21D6ST009989
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all bids.
5/31


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on June 16, 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.
1993 MAZDA 323
VIN# JM1BG2327P0580855
1995 FORD ESCORT
VIN# 3FASP13J8SR166239
1997 FORD
VIN# 1FMEU176XVLC35310
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all bids.
5/31


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

Auction for the following vehicles)
will be held on June 17, 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.
1988 LINCOLN TC
VIN# 1 LNBM81 F2JY675829
1994 PONTIAC
VIN# 1G2WJ52M4RF306525
MD Towing, LLC reserves the right
to accept or reject any and all bids.
5/31


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT FRANCIS WYZGOSKI
File No.: 48-2007-CP-1272-0
Division: 01
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The ancillary administration of the
Florida estate of ROBERT FRANCIS
WYZGOSKI, deceased, whose date
of death was December 30, 2006,
is pending in the Cifcuit Court for
ORANGE County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
425 North Orange Avenue, Room
340, P. O. Box 4994, Orlando, Flori-
da 32802-4994. The names and
addresses of the personal repre-
sentative and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
'LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OFTHIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this,
notice is May 31, 2007.

.Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
/s/ Heidi W. Isenhart
Heidi W. Isenhart
Attorney for Joan Kline
Florida Bar No. 0123714
Shuffield, Lowman & Wilson, P.A.
1000 Legion Place, Suite 1700.
Post Office Box 1010
Orlando, Florida 32802 .
Telephone: (407) 581-9800

Personal Representative:
/s/Joan Kline
Joan Kline
6212 Colonial
Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
5/31,6/7



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LILLIAN CHRISTINIA HOUSE,
Deceased.


PROBATE DIVISION
File No: 48-2007-CP-001093-0
Divlsion:1

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of,
LILLIAN CHRISTINIA HOUSE, de-
ceased, whose date of death was
march 29, 2007 is pending in the
Circuit Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division; File Num-
ber 48-2007-CP-001093-0, the ad-
dress of which is
425 North Orange Avenue, Room
340, Orlando, Florida 32801. The
names and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.

All creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who. have claims or
demands against decedent's 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 THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS 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 the decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims, must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. '
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO(2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.


THE DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE IS: May 31,2007.
Personal Representative:
LESTER CLARK HOUSE, JR.
105 Lake Brantley Terrace
Longwood, Florida 32779

Attorney for Personal Representa-
tive:
DAVID W. VELIZ
Florida Bar No. 846368
David W. Veliz, P.A.
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 104
Orlando, Florida 32804
Telephone: 407-849-7072
Fax: 407-849-7075
5/31,6/7



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
File No. 48-2007-CP-001008-0
Division: Probate Division
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
Chester Lee Perry,
a/k/a Chester Perry,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of the
estate of Chester Lee Perry, a/k/a
Chester Perry, deceased, File Num-
ber 48-2007-CP-001008-0, has
commenced in the Probate Division
of the Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida, the address of
which is 425 North Orange Avenue,
Orlando, Florida 32801. The names
and addresses of the Co-Personal
Representatives and the Co-Per-
sonal Representativesi attorney are
set forth below.


All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or de-
mands against the decedent's estate,
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must file their claims
with this Court at the address set
forth above WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE AS SET FORTH BE-
LOW OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH CREDITOR.
All other creditors or persons hav-
ing claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy
of this notice has not been served
must file their claims with this Court
at the address set forth above
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW..
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILLED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is: May 31, 2007.
Co-Personal Representatives:
Charlotte Weber
303 Charlotte Street
Winter Garden, Florida 34787
Robert Lee Bentley
2727 Bon-Air Drive
Orlando, Florida 32818

Attorney for Co-Personal Repre-
sentatives:
Blair M. Johnson
Blair M. Johnson, P.A.
P.O. Box 770496
Winter Garden, Florida 34777-0496
Phone number: (407) 656-5521
Fax number: (407) 656-0305


Florida Bar Number: 296171
5/31,6/7


NOTICE .UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE

Notice is given that JENNY OYOLA
REALTY, LLC intends to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of
JENNY OYOLA REALTY, at
2718 Valiant Drive, Clermont,
Florida 34711,
and intends to register that name
with the
Secretary Of State Of Florida.
Dated this 14th.day of May, 2007 at
Orange County, Florida.
JENNY OYOLA REALTY, LLC, d/b/a
JENNY OYOLA REALTY
By: JENNY OYOLA
BLAIR M. JOHNSON, P.A.
BLAIR M. JOHNSON, ESQUIRE
Post Office Box 770496
Winter Garden, Florida 34777-0496
(407) 656-5521
Florida Bar No. 296171
Attorney for Applicant
5/31


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ASSEMBLY OF GOD

SONPOINTE CHURCH
Casual Authentic
Worship Experience
Meeting in Clock Tower Bldg.
301 S. Tubb St. Oakland, FL 34760
,(100 yrds north of the
caution light on Hwy. 50)
Sunday 10:00am
407-340-5351
Swww.SonPointe.orq

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 9th Grade Center
12301 Warrior Rd, Winter Garden.
Vintage Worship 9:30am
Relaxed Worship 11:00am
Philip Walter, Minister
407-654-5050
NewHorizonsChristianChurch.org


CHURCH OF CHRIST
1450 S. Daniels Rd. Winter
Garden, FL 34787 407-656-2770


Minister -Mark Smith.
9:00 am Sunday School.
10 am Worship.
6:00 pm Adult Bible Study
Wednesday Service 7:00pm

CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

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.orao

EPISCOPAL

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

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


for all ages with childcare.
www.ascension-orlando.org

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

JEWISH

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

LUTHERAN

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

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

METHODIST

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

FIRST UNITED METHODIST
125 North Lakeview Avenue
407-656-1135
Rev. Russell Belcher
9am-10am Contemporary
10:15am-1'1:05am Sunday School
11:15-12:15 Traditional
5-7:30pm TNT Youth Group


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

Newell St.
Post 1First United
Office Methodist Church i.
Plant St. N

_j Colonial Dr. IN


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


"But one thing I do, forgetting those things which
are behind and reaching forward to those things
which are ahead. I press toward the goal for the prize
of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus." Phil.
3:13,14

After jail then what? This is the question that
we ask ourselves prior to being released from jail
or prison. We wrestle and struggle with our past
lifestyle, not knowing what awaits us in the near fu-
ture. This time of transition is very important in our
life and the lives of our loved ones waiting for our
release. We spend months, even years, thinking
about that day, the day of freedom! Do we go back
to the same lifestyle that landed us in jail or do we
search out a new lifestyle that we may continual-
ly experience freedom?
We absolutely must have a God-given
plan once released from jail or prison and we must
stick to it. Anyone released from prison needs sup-
port .. .spiritual, physical, and mental.. .to help live


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


a new lifestyle, different from the one that landed
them in jail.
Support means "to sustain (a person, the mind,
spirit, courage, etc.) under trial or affliction, to
maintain by supplying with things necessary to ex-
istence". It's very important that we surround our-
selves with people of faith, people of encourage-
ment, people that are willing to lend a helping hand
with this new direction of our lives. We must stay
focused on our new-lifestyle daily. We cannot give
thought to our old lifestyle because that old lifestyle
is now behind us. We are now looking forward to
a new lifestyle!
Will this change be easy? No! Can we make it?
Yes, with the help of the Holy Spirit, the Word of
God, prayer and people of faith. Matt. 19:26 says,
"With men this is impossible, but with God all
things are possible."

From the believers at First Baptist Winter Garden
ADV.


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

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

PENTECOSTAL

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

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

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


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


AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
S 533 W. Plant St
Winter Garden
656-3307U
COMPLETE
AUTO REPAIR


LOSS
MITIGATION
SERVICE
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Home?!" "What In The
World Can I Do?"

You have options. Don't go it
lUone. But you must act NOW to
save your home. Go to:
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1-888-547-4465 EXT. 60 7/5/07


-Erica Walker
Licensed Mortgage Broker FL Lic. #CLB 0702865

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

Residential, Commercial,
and New Construction Loans d


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


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Thursday, May 31, 2007 The West Orange Times 7C


Pat Sharr yNGwHOME
S a756-797 EASEL CALL OURME!
SMultiMillion Dolar Pbduc PLEASE CALL ME!

Sl patharr@aol.com 0 .407 .948-1326

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PLEASURE FOR SALE!!!
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE PRICE ON THIS 3 BDRM., 2 BA.!!! LUSHLAND- WAITING FOR A BARGAIN!!!
ESCAPED YARD, FORMAL LIVING & DINING, BREAKFAST NOOK, FAMILY COME AND GET IT BEFORE IT'S GONE...3 BDRM., 2 BA. WITH LIVING
ROOM, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, SCREENED LANAI WITH SUMMER ROOM, FAMILY ROOM WITH BRICK WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE AND
KITCHEN INCLUDING TWIN JENN-AIRE, INSIDE LAUNDRY COMPLETE BRICK ACCENT WALL, DINING ROOM, EAT-IN KITCHEN, SCREENED
WITH WASHER DRYER,ECURITYSYSTEM,SPRINKLERSYSTEM,2CAR LANAI WITH BUILT IN SPA AND WATERFALLI!I 1 CAR GARAGE
GARAGE AND OVER 1900 SQ. FT. OF LIVING AREA.WALK TO THE WEST
ORANGE TRAIL, CLOSE TO 429,408 & TURNPIKE.THIS IS A MUST SEE... W/OPENER, CORNER LOT... ALL KITCHEN APPLIANCES AND WIN-
ASKING ONLY $279.900.00 DOW COVERINGS STAY II ASKING ONLY $193,900.


FAMILY TREES!!! A SPECTACULAR VIEW!!!
SLEEPY HARBOUR... PRICED TO SELL... LAKE ACCESS TO STARKE LAKE... NO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION HERE!!! YOU WILL THINK YOU ARE IN NORTH
FANTASTIC 3 BDRM., 2 BA. REMODELED, FRESHLY PAINTED INSIDE & CAROLINAWHEN YOU SEE THE BACKED. OFTHIS BEAUTY... SURROUNDED BY BEAU-
OUT, NEW CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, FORMAL LIVING & DINING, FAMILY TIFULSTATELYTREES... INSIDE IS IMMACULATE CONDITION WITH WOOD AND CE-
ROOM WITH WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, SCREENED LANAI, GORGEOUS RAMIC FLOORING..NO CARPET HERE! 2 STORY FOYER, UPSTAIRS IS THE LIVING
RM BRICK FIREPLACE, KITCHEN, 3 BDRMS., 2 BA., DOWNSTAIRS YOU WILL FIND
PEACEFUL LANDSCAPED BACK YARD WITH STATELY OAK TREES, 2 CAR THE FMLYRM., 1/2 BA. INSIDE LAUNDRY AND SLIDING GLASS DOORS LEADING
GARAGE PLUS 1 CAR CARPORT. THIS HOME SHOWS LIKE A MODEL... ASK- TO THE BEAUTIFUL SCENIC BACK YD WITH SCREENED PORCH & OPEN PATIO!
ING ONLY $254,900. ASKING ONLY $269,000.


BUSHELS OF APPEAL!!!
THIS CUTIE IS LOCATED IN EDGEWATER, FL. AND IS A DREAM, NOTHING
TO DO BUT MOVE IN. MINUTES AWAY FROM THE BEACH. 2 BR/1BA, SPA-
CIOUS LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA, INSIDE LAUNDRY ROOM, ALL AP-
PLIANCES STAY, ALL WINDOW COVERINGS STAY, SCREENED PATIO, PRI-
-VACY FENCED BACK YARD. THE PRICE CAN'T BE BEAT... GREAT INVEST-
MENT... NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN... ASKING ONLY $159,000.00


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$10,000 in Closing Cost
See what your money can buy in Clermont.
Over 2000 sq. ft. New appliances, wood floors.
Like new. $299,000.


NEW DEADLINE FOR

CLASSIFIED ADS






For more info call

407-656-2121


HOME WITH CHARACTER!!!
ALMOST AN ACRE, PRIVACY FENCED BACR YARD WITH STATELY TREES AND NO
HOA!!! TAKE A LOOK AT THIS 3 BDRM., 2 BA., LIVING/GREAT ROOM WITH WOOD
BURNING FIREPLACE, DINING AREA, INSIDE LAUNDRY RM, MASTER BDRM HAS
SITTING AREA/WORKOUT AREA WITH WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE AND FRENCH
DOORS LEADING TO SCREENED PORCH. WALK TO THE WEST ORANGE TRAIL,
CLOSE TO 429,408 & TURNPIKE. ASKING ONLY $309,000.


Sunday 6/3 1-4pm
ROBINSON HILLS 7733 Carfaro $299,000
Motivated owner, large 4/2 owner will assist with closing
costs. Directions: North on Clarke Rd. right on Clarcona-
Ocoee Rd, right into Robinson Hill subdivision.

First time home Buyers
Get in for as little as $500 down

CALL NOW
Many new programs
*Down payment + Closing Cost Assistance
Low Down/No Down
Credit Challenged


DEADLINE
REAL ESTATE ADS

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For more info
call
407-656-2121


407-

877-FIND


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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
NE %R DISNEY ASKING $4180 ()o n


DUPLEX-NORTH WINTER GARDEN
2br/iba each side' Over 1.000 SF each side'
Sweet investment Both side leased Walk to
dow.nion hiiionc center asking $309.900

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


WINTER GARDEN POOL HOME CLERMONT 4BR/3BA
2002 built 4br/2ba comer lot home on a cul-de-sac. FIRST TIME ON MARKET. EXTRA LARGE LOT.
SolheatedpoowieraluKot iondan NO REAR NEIGHBORS. 17'14' KITCHEN WITH
Solar heated pool with spa plus Koi pond and herb LOADS OFCABINETS. "A" RATED SCHOOLS
garden. Option to buy fully furnished. Asking PLUS COMMUNITYPOOL,TENNIS CQURT &
$385.000 w w 162-1-malc:m.p-p.ir,i c..m PL AYGROUND ASKING $119.rin


OCOEE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Noi in a subdi'vion! Nem roof in 22005. re-
plunbexd 199' 3br!2ba home has 1.620 sq f liv-
ing area .plus 10.20 covered patto Large
92'x164' klot ith no rema neighbors $235.01XI
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ORLANDO-PATIO HOME $229,500
3/2 single siory condc, with over 1,800 sf thingg
space. Ige screened pano and 2 car attached
garage Communt) pool. Asoc fees covers roof
and em\erior of building


WEST ORLANDO 4BR/2BA WINDTREE GARDENS CONDO SELLER TO PAY $3,500 OF BUYER'S COST
Newly remodeled ktchen! Newer roof and ar Winter Garden -beauutifully decorated, nicely mniei Garden oownh:rne. 2br/2ba ground floor All
conditioner Formal living and separate hying maintained, 2nd Iloor unit with screened porch Jppb.nce staLy A.,wiation daes coer r-,ours, ide
and dnamg rooms Home is in exceUllent con- and 2 assigned parking spaces Community pool of bldg and grounds. Commurtr) pool Asking
diton. Just reduced to 5192.900 plus alk to everything. Asking $134.900 SIl 1.500
Jerry Berner 407-432-1700 Ron Grant 407-468-2952 Ilhana Ramos 4107-832-9312


Dallas DeFee 407-470-8768
Lisa Dutton 407-697-7615
Lillian Feliciano 407-375-9741
Orlando Florez 407-497-4841


Paula Harriott -107-298-7750
Rhonda Meagher 407- 721- 3306
Ouida Meeks 407-491-3000
Carl Parker 407-484-5252


Mary Rich 407-291-6947
Bill Straugh 407-716-3010
Ralph Suggs 407-947-6188
Thelma Willis 352-406-9080


Windsor Realty Group, Inc. 160 S. Main St. Winter Garden, FL 34787
w w w.Find Windsor.com www.Rent-in-FL.com


A w-.1 'Two


WINTER GARDEN
4br/2.5ba. Brand New
$1,250/Mo

forto Req,
Call Days ".
or Evenings
www. serenorealty.com
(407) 654-8222


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,







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


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The West Orange Times
and sell your home today!

For information, call
407-656-2121


N. Winter Garden-Large Home w/2 Master Suites
Seller will pay up to $10,000 of buyer's closing cost. 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
53107






F. ,

BEAUTIFUL 5 BEDROOM/4 BATH POOL HOME
in gated Windermere Crossing. 2972 sq. ft heated, tropical landscaping and brick pavers
surround solar heated pool. Unique screened patio with insulated roof. Features den/opt.
6th bdrm, cherry cabinets, corian countertops, 3 car garage w/floored attic. Home war-
ranty, cash back at closing. Only $589,000.
Call Annie Pad (407) 616-4878 at Exit Realty
C M K


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Flex space office/warehouse condominiums
Each unit in this newly designed office park is 2,100 SF. Ready for buildout by tenant to tenant's
specs. Quality construction. Private entrance for each unit. Owner occupied. Located in the
City of Oakland, between Winter Garden and Clermont and near future Collina Plaza mall. Great
access to turnpike, Beltway and Hwy 50. Building size: 12,600 SF, Unit size: 2,100 SF, Price for
Lease: $12.50/SF ($2,100/month)+ CAM, Price for Sale: $155/SF + CAM, Unit dimensions:
30'X70', Year built: 2006. Zoned 1-1.

Desirable
.Newbury Park
,:\,.-1! ~ Brand new, never occupied 3
bed 2 bath home in Newbury
Park. Located on the south
1 "" side of the Butler Chain at 535
4 and Reams Road, with
spectacular view of Disney
fireworks. This small
.: community offers great
amenities including two
parks, community clubhouse and a beautiful pool. This home has many upgrades. Exquisite,
white Corian countertops with special edge work and upgraded cabinets with crown molding.
This is a gorgeous kitchen. Beautifuuly coordinated, neutral color optionseasily allowing you to
decorate to your tastes. $319,000. Need to sell.
--- Professional Office
Space For Lease
Winter Garden
Newly remodeled office space in
HistoricDistrict of downtown Winter
Garden. 1,800 square feet of office
space still available in this fabulous
Separate entrance, front and rear;
and it's own address. This highly visible corner location is on Main Street, a main corridor into
the downtown district. Building is anchored by the Gill Group, a national high-end commercial
kitchen design firm that does work for many major restaurants, casinos and hotels all over the
United States. Easy access to West Colonial Drive (Hwy 50), 429 and the Turnpike make this
office easily accessible. Lease Rate: $2,000/month.

Russell Gay, Realtor@
4110 Winter Garden-Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden, Florida 34787
TOWN CENTRE
Cell: 407-342-5284
Office: 407-654-9977 russellgay@mac.com
Fax: 407-654-7775 www.windermereFLlakefront.com


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INDEPENDENCE
53107 $499,900
Corner Lot and Water View!
Upgraded kitchen, tile roof, great
porch! homesofindependence.com
Andrew Philippone, 407-574-5780
Independence Realty Gr. LLC,







8C The West Orange Times Thursday, May 31, 2007


RETIRED HUNTING CAMP!!!
60 ACRES VACANT LAND deeded in 2 parcels
(40/20). Close to the State Forest & wooded with
tall cypress & pine trees. Cell tower lease on
western 5 acres with monthly income. Quiet &
Private!!! $1,440,000. MLS#G4601185
(14787 CR 751)
CALL KATHY THOMPSON (352) 408-6500


GREAT INVESTMENT!!
5BD/3BA HOME
that ccome cu.mpletel\ furniihcd ,iih 2-451 l fi
A be.Iuilful -creened enclosed pooe l o tih bp.
Both are heated 5720..it0 MNLLS54t,-lo l
CALL MARX ANN MERRJfT i 52-.in-3n73


NICE HOME ON 10 ACRES
Fenced A Gated Another 10 Acre- car, bu\ tihii
for ar, addio.nal price MLS5 G-:.1 4'351 54,-1- .1111iii
CALL DALE ODOM :'52 -lih.O;JS.3


NEWLY RENIODLED
3BR/2BA
nhme .hh c reened in p.rch ba.sc up
[i- 'je fI'.re,it $55i i'I
MILS4 11. lR2' 1
CALL IESSICA BECKFORD 321 -1 5.05.47


EXCELLENT
COMMERCIAL LOCATION
in heavy traffic area. Fronts busy high traffic area on
SR 50 & SR 471. Almost 3 acres with lots of poten-
tial. Everything is moving west buy while you can!!
$550,000. MLS#G4591825 (SR 50 & 471)
CALL KATHY THOMPSON (352) 408-6500


LOOKING FOR GOOD
INVESTMENT PROPERTY
There .e e2 building on o thi pr-:.r'er,n ne buith in
I 1 I & e othlier in 20041i- I Botih building,. ha. e 2110
nip panel, \ilah Sli & liu It Ba, D..,,or Zone.J
C.' 2R'5.000 MLSE1RFa6162.r-S4
(-CA.LL MARY ) NN MERRITT I 352i n-.i""33


HUNTERS PARADISE
Cedar Ho-,me on hme Rier \ thm an \ wildlife
Aj.rea D nes,'.' tlir- c-mplete in-ila tulte we 33
Coiered Area .%i Cemenr FlI..O 539r.000i
MNLS(G34.6139-44
CALL DALE ODOM 3'52I 406I.SO-53


LUXURIOUS TOWNHOME!
BEAUTIFUL MEDITERRANE \N STYLE
TO(WVN HOUSE Zroned Sh.nrt Term Rental &
Full, Furnished C 'ic [- Orlando Disne', \ world
$2l..001i I MLSGtG-I15456
C :LL JESSICA BECKFORDi'.21,95i-l.0547


GORGEOUS 3BD/2BA,
VERY LG. HOME
w/surnmir kLnchen ,,r, I acre. lush Ilandc.aped ccomer
lo[ MosIi upgrading ha' been dire Hia an in-
ground p.,l OWNERS MOTI\ ATED BRING
OFFER"' $274.i900NI MLStG4.tlo35
i2412 Central A. eilue. C.lemani
CALL KATHY THOMPSON 3521 4.1s.650ti


2BR/2BA BLOCK HOME ON
5 NICE FENCED ACRES
Open floor plan & another r,:o,-m ihat can he
made mnio the 3rd bedroom Nice pasture land
ithat sis on a pajed ruod in Center Hill $279.5001
MLSsrG-I46 3c00
CALL DALE ODOM i352' 4fh.-S053l


d I4
BEAUTIFUL 3/2/2 HOME
W/OVERSIZED GARAGE
Si, rn tihe 7h hole n tihc El-.ibl,Yhed Colf
C.,mmunriir Of \\hipernng Oai.. Estales No: rear
neighbor-. : $2I ll. 0 K1LSGI461I5S8 i34-129
Cedarfield Dr Ridge Manori
CALL MN1RY ANN MERRITT i 352r (.'6. 3733


HORSE LOVERS. HERE IT
IS! 24 BEAUTIFUL ACRES
Has v. od fencing acrty., the front propenm a ith
lence/cro>s tenced Open pa'ture land & somef
tees Thits iou must e' ecl600.000O
NMLS#G4615048
CALL MARY A:NN MERRITT 352 1.36-3733


GORGEOUS 3BR/3BA
LOG HOME ON CANAL
to Withlacoochee Rn'er
Almost 3000 sq ft hvng mrrass-e Great roo-rr
a le openmg 1to kitchen. diinmg rom & I,%ing area
Has an adimmnng Lo- prced separate $395.t00
MLStfG4610S563
CALL DALE ODOM i352i -140-1i53


NEWLY REMODELED
3BR/2BA HOME ON <
FENCED ACRE
Home has new lior,, ror,of. ,idJ rd screened porch
$24-1-.900 MLS#-I .15322
CALL JESSICA BECKFORD) 3219-1,.0i547


3BR/2BA HOME ON [I ACRE
FENCED PROPERTY (mol)
2 BR IBA on I smde itm IBR, IBA vri other side
of pro:,per., Li e n one home hntile Lou rent out
the other .-.r eten use as a 3BR,2BA $169.90)
NTLStfG4h|41395S
C.ALL RYAN HEITMAN 07i -1497.6SS5


DIRECT LAKE FRONT
Beautiful 3853sqft., 4bd/2ba with office and Luarge
bonus room, 5 car garage, pool, and spa. Bo-il
heated. .98 of an acre, dock with boat hoist. MUSI
SEE"' $1.090.000 MLS#G46152?84
CaLL R)YN HEITMANI.N-7407i4'.0.S.S


SELLER MOTIVATED
BRING OFFER!
2Bd'I Ba S\VMAH in Leisure
Time Mobile Park Nice Malnna ',.boat lamp &
bolar lip' for all home :,-.nvrs Ewcellent price"'
$54 900I MLSNG4461.il1. S
C \LL GAIL BARNARD i 352i 'i.03-35S


THIS HOME IS MOVE IN
READY!...
New paint in and out. Just bring your furniture
and enjoy the lifestyle, of this 3BR/2BA block
home, w/ possible 4th BR and office area. This
freshly painted home is ready for a new owner.
MLS# G4617330 $286,500
CALL LETHA COSSON (352) 250-3267


THIS COULD BE
YOUR PONDEROSA!
20 acres with 2300 + sq.ft.
3Br/2.5Ba brick home. Has large workshop & 2
RV Hookups. Sits on a paved road.
$789,000 MLS#G4597748
CALL LETHA COSSON (352) 250-3267


UNIQUE PROPERTY
This peninsula offers you an open view to beautiful
Lake Panasoffkee. Beautiful 3 Br/2Ba Home
w/detached garage on 1 acre of laviously landscaped
property w/canals on both sides. $399,900.
MLS#G4615063
CALL LETHA COSSON (352) 250-3267














COUNTRY CHARMER!
BD/ BA, 2000 SQ FT HOME ON 5 BEAUTIFUL
ACRESCountry atmosphere w/wood through out
home, Magnificent Oaks, in ground pool & horse
barn. $375,000. MLS#G4613311
CALL LETHA COSSON (352) 250-3267


4BEDROOM/6BATHROOM
HOME ON 5 ACRES
Exercise pool, 8 person sauna. All bedrooms are
master suites. 3 car drive thru garage. Recreation
room and more. MLS#G4615096 $795,000
CALL LETHA COSSON (352) 250-3267


BEAUTIJF UL 20UU5 .ilI/LZA STIILI
HOME ON KEATON BEACH
95% Complete w/a beautiful floor plan & a very
nice view of the Gulf & Marsh. Sits on a deep
canal that leads out to the Gulf Of Mexico.
$950,000. MLS#G4609224
CALL CINDY TOMPKINS (352) 457-1030
CALL NORMA MARTIN (352) 303-4919


BEAUTIFUL DOES NOT
DESCRIBE THIS PROPERTY!!!
3BD 2BA HOME '% large deuched garage &
workshopo p o-n 5 24 gorgeous. landscaped acreage
Properr:'ie fenced & secluded Lots o'f etra'"
$289.00,0 MLS N G Iol151.4
HIi9:3 SW' lOULh A\e Bui'netUl
CALL MARY ANN MERRIIT 1 3521 636-3733


HERE IT IS!!! 18.5
BEAUTIFUL ACRES
ru-i tailring i'r thai perfect h,.metc 10 be buili'
Fenced & cr,:.;' fenced lih a mall pond & Iarge
males.c'L ...-kA & palm trees Elecurc. 'ell A&
[lelph:rne ines already in place .-1i3.00il
NILS I4Gt1-l4o-3
CALL MARY ANN MERRITFTi 352i 06.3733


UP & RUNNING PAINT
& BODY SHOP
2 ,pra', building I buying v th 2 bas I
building ii itl 4 a, ;s Rents part of it for 90000
a month i-50.000 MILSfS JI'9305
CALL DALE ODOM I ,352i 406-.053


CUTE 3BD/1.5BA
ON ALMOST 1] ACRE
Sits in a gLeat neighborhood ihat.s perfect for an.
family. Surrounded bm beautiful pastrue land
Must See' l16'.9i00 MLS#GJ460"306
CALL IESSIC A BECKFORD i21'9 45-05-47


FORGET YARD WORK!
BE-UTI[FUL SOUTH BE NCH STILE T()\\N
HOME Zoned I'.-r Sh,:r Term Reniald or h.e in
O\VNER MOTIVATEDD' $2412.Oif
NILStfG41I5-4 I
CALL IESSiCA BECKFORD 1321 '4 50547


3BR/2BA POOL HOME
ON 2.6 ACRES\
In ground pool is completel'. screened v. h
.urldoor 1ho. er'.. built in bafr.b- que grill A the
knchen hai a pas- through 'ihid,.-. t.: -.uiu ide
p.aico $22.000 MLStGJ-oI'1451 I
C \LL \\A NE HOOTEN i 352i 33-i"9"'


ABSOLUTELY
BREATHTAKING
3BR/2.5BA HOME
Magrniicent 2 .ion h-.me ,, ,barn on 9 38 ACRES of
large grandfather o.ak, Thi' is nome ol thie nm-t
beautiful acreage in Florida Bring ihe hor.,res'
,r-,4'4.9ii0 MLStG-450813
CNLL Gt IL BARNARD i 352.;, i03.35.3


GREAT 3BR/I1BA SWMH
(w/addition) ON 1.6 ACRES imol)
Neat. Clean & "ell maintained home wA/creened
porch & 3 car carport Man opuons island such
a, 2nd residence $59.900. MLSffG4613tl 29
CALL FRANCES REED i352i 303.62S9


GENTLEMAN'S HORSE
FARM!!
BEAUTIFUL 3BR/2BA BLOCK HOME & 1400sq
ft. workshop with electric. This beautiful 10 acre
property has a gated entrance into some gorgeous
grandfather oaks. $699,000 MLS# 4612858


3/2 COUNTRY COTTAGE
STYLE HOME
;it; on -I'A acre, Derached g .rage,'cofrksh-'p i Just
one of the man% exrrasj n tis' home Quick trip t:
the husile and bustle of the cil[. Net cloie enough to
the peace arnd quiet rf the .ountrn $17i5.001)
MNLS 4-l(.I01)i, 1052 SR 471. \\eb'[eri
C ALL LETHA COSSON '35.2, 250.3-27


WILDLIFE PARADISE!!
Over 2400 sq.ft. mobile home on a very private
10 acre tract. Has front & back porches w/30x40
detached garage/workshop & additional 12x16
workshop. $425,000. MLS#G4605971
CALL LETHA COSSON (352) 250-3267


WOW!! 4/4 CB HOME
ON 5 ACRES
with 2 huge upstairs bonus rooms. Home under
construction, come pick your floors and colors,
Limited time. House has 2 huge bonus rooms,
24x16 and 23x34. Call for more details.
$585,000 MLS# 4619708
CALL CINDY TOMPKINS (352) 457-1030
CALL NORMA MARTIN (352) 303-4919


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