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Publication Date: September 20, 2007
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Ocoee Band drive
The Ocoee High School
Marching Band members
will canvas area neighbor-
hoods Sept. 24, 26 and 27
from 5-8 p.m. to ask for
monetary donations to help
support uniform cleaning,
shoes and transportation
costs.
Any donation amount
will be greatly appreciated.

Sr. Spirit Night
at Pat's Pizzeria
Pat's Pizzeria in Winter
Garden is sponsoring a West
Orange-High School Senior
Spirit Night on Wednesday,
Sept. 26. Mention WOHS
with any order (dine-in,
take-out or deliver), and the
restaurant will donate a por-
tion of the proceeds-to the
school's Senior Committee
to help defray the expenses
for senior events.
Pat's Pizzeria is at 1218
.Winter Garden Vineland
Road (County Road 535)
near the West Point Com-
mons shopping center. For
more details. call Pat's at
407-654-4744.

Warrior
Homecoming
Parade Fri.
afternoon
West Orange High School
will celebrate its Homecom-
ing this Friday. Sept. 2 1,
and the annual parade w ill
march through downtown
Winter Garden at 4 p.m.
The Winter Garden Heri-
tage Foundation will have
its antique fire iruck there
to carr as mans alumni as
it can pack in the back. Par-
ticipants can wear orange
and blue and represent their
class.
For more information
on either event or to sign
up for the parade. call the
Heritage Foundation at 407-
656-3244. Alumni can also
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wohs warriors.

Orienteering
offered at Tibet-
Butler Preserve
Saturday
Area residents are invited
to come to the Tibet-Builer
Nature Preserve in Septem-
ber for the ongoing Eco Sat-
urdays programs beginning
at 10 a.m. The one-hour
programs are free. *
This Saturday, Sept. 22.
guests can learn the fun-
damentals of orienteering.
Using provided materials,
participants can explore
how to use a map and com-
pass and find their way on
a white course laid out on
preserve trails.
The preserve is located at
8777 Count) Road 535, Or-
lando. For more informa-
tion or for reservations, call
407-876-6696

Ocoee Founders'
Day golf tourney
This %ear's Ocoee
Founders' Day Golf Tour-
nament will be held at the
Forest Lake Golf Course
on Friday, Oct. 12. Regis-
tration will begin at 11:30
a.m.. followed by a shotgun
start at 12:30 p.m. Entry
deadline is Friday, Oct. 5.
The fees are $60 per per-
son (and includes greens
fee, cart, and dinner), $240
per foursome and $100
sponsorship per hole.
For more information,
call David Wheeler at 407-
905-3100, Ext. 9-1504, or
e-mail him at dwheeler@
ci.ocoee.fl.us.





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Effort to save

Union chapel


Windermere's
Long-range Planning
Committee determines
the chapel doesn't
meet the town's needs.

By Kathy Aber

News that Windermere's
oldest church was leaving
town was hard for many resi-
dents to accept, especially
those who were married or at-
tended preschool there.
Some townspeople were
so disappointed when Wind-'
ermere Union Church sold its
property at Fifth and Oakdale
streets in 2002, they formed
a committee to save the cha-
pel. The congregation dates


from 1916, an
Oakdale Stree
1923.
Developer
the church's
has offered thi
town, if it could
That was fiv
Donations a
T-shirt sales h
a fraction of tI
and refurbish t
Once Wind
Church reloca
campus just o
last fall, Azz
plans to redev
ty, along with
owns along M
A month
Council aske
Long-range I
mittee to car


The Orange County Plan-
ning Division has scheduled
a com-munity meeting to dis-
cuss the development plan for
the southwest comer of Con-
roy-Windermere and Apopka-
Vineland roads.
The meeting will take place
in the cafeteria at Olympia
High School next Monday,
Sept. 24, beginning at 7 p.m.
The project is part of the
Four Comers Community
Village PD and is located on
20.49 acres on the south side
of Conroy-Windermere Road
and the west side of Apopka-
Vineland Road.


Windermere

is in jeopardy
d the chapel on the church building and deter-
et was built in mine the feasibility of moving
it and how it would fit into
Kevin Azzouz, Windermere's Master Plan.
current owner, Long-range Planning Com-
e building to the mittee Chairman John Fitz-
ld be moved, gibbon told the council at its
'e years ago. meeting last Tuesday that the
nd calendar and building does not fit into the
ave only raised Master Plan currently being
he cost to move developed.
:he building. "I am very sensitive to the
dermere Union folks who have poured their
ated to its new heart and soul into salvaging
outsidee of town a piece of Windermere's his-
zouz submitted tory," said Fitzgibbon.
elop the proper- "[The committee members]
several sites he approached our analysis with
ain Street. this in mind, while at the time
ago, the Town considering what is appropri-
-d the town's ate for the long-range future


Planning Com-
refully evaluate


(See Chapel, 3A)


The applicant, MSCW Inc.,
has headquarters in Orlando
and is planning to construct
69,574 square feet of retail
space, 112,210 square feet of
office and 61,000 square feet
for MVP Sportsplex.
Plans for the project are
available for review in the
Plan-ning Division, 201 S.
Rosalind Ave., 2nd floor, in
Orlando.
For questions on the meet-
ing, call John Smogor, Orange
County Planning Division,
at 407-836-5600 or send an
e-mail to John.Smogor@ocfl.
net.


Qualifying for Oakland

election starts Oct. 22


By Amy Quesinberry

Four seats on the Oakland
Town Commission will be on
the 2008 municipal election
ballot those of the mayor
and seats 2, 3 and 4.
The commission held the
first reading of an ordinance
last week that would move
the election date from March
11 to Jan. 29 to.coincide with
the Florida Presidential Pref-
erence Primary. Such a move
would save the town approxi-
mately $6,000.
Another ordinance would
set the first-phase qualifying
period from Monday, Oct. 22,
at 8 a.m. to Friday, Nov. 2, at
5 p.m.
The second reading and pub-
lic hearing of this ordinance
will take place at the next reg-
ular commission meeting set
for Monday, Sept. 17.
In Oakland, candidates can
qualify in one of two ways: by
obtaining 100 signatures from


residents who are registered
voters or by paying a $100
fee.
Those who opt to pay the
fee can qualify during the sec-
ond phase from Nov. 5-8.
Coming to an end are the
four-year terms of Mayor
Kathy Stark and town com-
missioners Mike Satterfield
and Willie Welch. Joseph Mc-
Mullen's seat is up because
he filled a vacancy left when
Commissioner Bill Sullivan
resigned after taking a posi-
tion with the Winter Garden
Police Department.
When setting the first-phase
qualifying dates, the commis-
sion took in consideration the
date of the Oakland Heritage
Festival (Oct. 27), which will
make it easier for candidates
to get signatures.
Also at the Sept. 3 meeting,
the elected officials:
awarded the bid for the

(See Oakland, 2A)


Bad Friday Photo by Michael Laval
The Dr. Phillips, Ocoee and West Orange high school football teams all suffered
losses last Friday night. Olympia did not play. DP Panthers Charles Favors (No.
46) and Lo Wood (No. 23) leap in an attempt to block an Apopka field-goal kick.
For more photos and complete stories, see 1 B.

Winter Garden nears adoption

of new budget, millage rate


By Michael Laval

City leaders took the first
step in adopting Winter Gar-
den's new millage rate and
budget for the coming fiscal
year. The City Commission
approved the first readings
of four fiscal-related ordi-
nances at last Thursday's
meeting.
Winter Garden residents
will see their property tax
rate change for the first time
in 12 years. The decrease,
from 4.3040 to 3.4296,
comes as a result of a bill
passed by the state legisla-
ture this year requiring cit-


ies to reduce millage below
the rollback rates. Based on
property tax values, Winter
Garden fell into a category
requiring a millage of nine
percent below the roll-back
rate of 3.7782.
According to City Man-
ager Michael Bollhoefer,
the lower millage rate will
produce a loss of- more
than $2 million in the city's
property tax revenues when
compared to the current
rate.
At the city's budget work-
shop last month, Bollhoefer
outlined how that loss of
income would force the city


to make significant cuts to
some services provided to
Winter Garden residents.
The city Parks and Recre-
ation Department suffered
the greatest losses in the
new budget, with funding
cut or significantly reduced
for many existing programs
and future expansion proj-
ects.
"You can't cut taxes
without cutting some ser-
vices," Bollhoefer told The
West Orange Times. "When
you're losing $2 million, you
have to cut some where."

(See Budget, 2A)


Former Wm. Frangus principal opens Sunset Park Elementary


This is the 3rd
article to introduce
new principals in
'The West Orange
Times' coverage area.

By Kathy Aber

Veteran educator Carol
Russ celebrated her 28th year
with Orange County Public
Schools gearing up to open
a new school Sunset Park
Elementary. While opening a
school was new to Russ, Sun-
set Park is her third assign-
ment as principal.
She left her previous job as
principal of William Frangus
Elementary School in January
to begin start-up preparations
for Sunset Park, west of the
Windermere Golf Center on
Overstreet Road.
In a recent interview, Russ
told The West Orange Times
she and her staff are eager to


implement the school's motto:
Soaring toward academic ex-
cellence.
"We're on our way to a very
successful school year. Our
teachers are teaching, and our
students are learning," she
said.
But opening a new school
always has distinct challeng-
es, Russ said.
"When you're building a
new school, you have to make
sure everything is going well
and working."
The teachers and staff came
back to work a week early to
prepare for opening day Aug.
20.
"They did a great job," said
the principal.
During the early phases of
construction, Russ focused her
attention on the task of hiring
teachers and support staff and
learning the new community.
"It's such an opportunity
to select the entire staff," she


Sunset Park Elementary School Principal Carol Russ reads to a group of students in the
media center.


said. Our teachers are from
just about every part of the
district. We are very diverse in
our teaching population."
Sunset Park serves a large
geographic area that encom-
passes quite a few subdivi-
sions in the Horizon West


area, including Independence,
Summerport and The Lakes of
Windermere, as well as other
neighborhoods along State
Road 535.
The two-story structure was
built to accommodate 830
students as a relief school for


Windermere and Whispering
Oak elementary schools.
Classrooms for third through
fifth grades are upstairs, and
primary grades are located on
the first floor. Sunset Park:

(See Sunset Park, 14A)


Winter Garden charter
amendment ballots must
be received by Sept. 25


By Michael Laval

Election Day is nearing
for Winter Garden's City
Charter amendment refer-
endum. Many of the city's
registered voters began re-
ceiving their mail ballots
earlier this month. All bal-
lots must be submitted by
Sept. 25.
The city had originally
intended for each ballot to
include an envelope with
return postage paid, but
legally that could not be
done. Voters must provide
58 cents worth of postage:
to ensure their ballots are
received by the Orange
County Supervisor of Elec-
tions Office.
The city also offers a free


alternative voters can
drop off their ballots with-
out postage at Winter Gar-
den City Hall, 251 W. Plant
St., or at the Supervisor of
Elections Office, located at
119 W. Kaley St., Orlando.
Each of the 14 proposed
changes to the City Char-
ter will be presented on the
ballot as a separate vote. A
"yes" vote means the voter
agrees with the proposed
change, while a "no" vote
signifies the voter rejects
the proposed change.
For more information re-
garding charter referendum
ballots, contact the City
Clerk's Office at 407-656-
4111, ext. 2254 or log onto
www.WinterGarden-Fl.
gov.


Community meeting set to
discuss 4 Corners plan


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Dining page

features restaurants,

food events








2A The West Orange Times Thursday, September 20, 2007


Ocoee fire report
The Ocoee Fire Department
responded to 81 calls for as-
sistance during the period of
Sept. 6-12:
Fire-l1
EMS-53
Vehicle accidents--6
Hazardous materials-2
Public Service--13
False alarms- 6
City calls-71
County calls- 3
Winter Garden calls- 3
Windermere calls-4.


Ocoee police report
For the period of Aug. 21-
Sept. 10, the Ocoee Police De-
partment reports the following
crimes (8 of them cleared by
arrest):
Aggravated battery- 1
Sexual battery-2
Stalking-I1
Robbery-0
Burglary of a conveyance-
11
Attempted burglary of a
conveyance--1
Burglary of a business--2


Embarq, Veranda
Park sponsoring
Music Fest in
downtown W.G.

Embarq and Veranda Park
are returning as presenting
sponsors for the Winter Garden
Music Fest 2007. This marks
the second year of continued
support from the community
leaders after the overwhelming
success of the music festival's
inaugural year.
In addition, Darden Restau-
rants, Oakland Park and The
Sembler Company have re-
turned as Music Fest patrons.
This year's event will have
more music,. shopping and en-
tertainment Oct. 5-7 and will
showcase some of Central
Florida's finest musicians, a
large variety of street vendors
and a chance to win raffle prizes
(including an Embarq-donated
flat-screen television).
There will be more than 21
hours of music with 30 diverse
musical acts, an added KidzFest
area with an educational compo-
nent and music seminars open to
the public.
Musical acts include genres
of rock, jazz, country, choral,
Celtic, blues, Latin, contempo-
rary, pop, gospel and Thai.
For a schedule of events
and performance times, go to


Obituaries.


BETTY ANN ADKINSON, 65,
Orlando, died July 15. She
was born in 1943 in Orlando
to Charles Virgil Adkinson and
Jessie Mae (Oliver). She was
preceded in death by her hus-
band, Johnny Helms; sons,
George Helms, James Helms;
daughter, Merlene Helms. Sur-
vivors: daughter, Sandra Marti-
nez and husband Juan, Orlan-
do; brothers, Gerald and wife
Ann, Ocoee, Johnny and wife
Nancy, Brandon; sister, Joyce
Smith and husband Jim, Gal-
latin, Tenn.; grandchildren, An-
gela, Tony, Carlos "Fransco,"
Michael, Christina, Johnathan,
Angel; great-grandchildren,
Victoria, Christopher, Ariana,
Evelyn. Funeral services were
set for this Wednesday, Sept.
19, at 2:30 p.m. at Oak Level
Baptist Church, Ocoee. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home,
Winter Garden; Orlando Me-
morial Gardens, Apopka.
JAMES P. BOUGHTON, 59,
Winter Garden, died Sept. 3.
Memorial donations can be
made to Wounded Warrior
Project, P.O. Box 758517, To-
peka, Kan. 65575-5517. West-
ern Reserve Cemetery, Ritt-
man, Ohio.
JAMES "MALLARD" CLARK,
79, Winter Garden, died Sun-
day, Sept. 16. He was born in
Bullock County, Ga., in 1928
to the late Sarah and John
Clark and was 1 of 7 children.
He was a lifelong resident of
Winter Garden. He attended
Lakeview High School and
was known as "The Legend"
because of his involvement
in school sports. He married
Margaret Francis "Smitty"
Smith, also of Winter Garden,
in 1946, and they were mar-
ried for 59 years until she died
in June 2006. He served briefly
in the United States Navy and
was honorably discharged. He
worked for the United States
Department of Agriculture as
an inspector for more than 40
years. Mallard and Smitty were
founding members of Calvary
Baptist Church in Winter Gar-
den. During his lifetime, he
was a member of the Fire-
house Squares, a local square-
dancing club and social group.
In recent years, he enjoyed his


morning coffee group at the
Ocoee Caf6 and his afternoon
coffee group at McDonald's.
He was an avid reader, card
player and sports fan. Survi-
vors: son, Carlton "Bo" and
wife Fran, Gotha; daughter,
Mallorie "Sissy" Ruppel and
husband Jeff, Windermere;
grandchildren, Leigh Ann
Turay, Rebecca Ruppel, Jef-
fery Ruppel; great-grandchild,
Sarah Turay; sisters, Ruby
Donahey and husband Buddy,
Laura Johnson and husband
Fred; many nieces, nephews
and cousins; lifelong friend,
Maggie Kennington. Visita-
tion for family and friends was
set for this Wednesday, Sept.
19, from 5-8 p.m. at Baldwin-
Fairchild Funeral Home, 428
Plant St., Winter Garden.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m. at
Calvary Baptist Church, Winter
Garden. Interment will follow at
Winter Garden Cemetery.
JANE FULLER, 84, Wind-
ermere, died Sept. 9. Collison
Carey Hand Funeral Home,
Winter Garden.

WILLIAM DELMA KNIGHT
SR., 85, Winter Garden, died
Sept. 10. He was born in Leb-
anon, Tenn., and resided most
of his life
in Nash-
ville. He
was a
welder,
working
for the
Nash -
vile I
Bridge
Compa-
ny and eventually owning his
own company, Madison Steel
and Iron Works. He retired
from Justice Steel in Nashville.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Mary Lee, in 2004.
Survivors: daughter, Mary Ann
Collings, Winter Garden; son,
William D. Jr., Fort Myers; 4
grandchildren; 4 great-grand-
children. Memorial donations
can be made to the Church
of the Messiah Building Fund
in Winter Garden. A memorial
service was held at the church
with interment of remains in the
church's Memorial Garden.


LUISA MARTINO, 86, Winter
Garden, died Sept. 8. Dove
Funeral Home, Orlando.
HILBERT MOSLEY, 75, Win-
ter Garden died Sept. 6. Wood-
lawn Memorial Park & Funeral
Home, Gotha.
J. JESUS NIETO, 48, Winter
Garden, died Sunday, Sept.
16. He was born in 1959 in
Guana-
ju ato,
Mexico.
,S u rvi-
vors:
parents,
Elias and
Zenaida;
siblings,
Ramon,
Jose,
Socorro,
Aurora, Lidia, Goria, Maria
Dolores; wife, Darlene; chil-
dren, Amanda Rene, Maria
Elena, Ana Alicia, Juan Carlos;
6 grandchildren. Funeral Mass
will be held this Thursday, Sept.
20, at 10 a.m. at Resurrection
Catholic Church. Visitation was
set for this Wednesday, Sept.
:19, at 10 a.m. at the church.
Collison Carey Hand Funeral
Home, Winter Garden.
CHARLES O'NEIL JR., 71, Ti-
tusville, died Sept. 10. He was
born in 1936 in Astoria, N.Y., to
the late Charles and Florence
O'Neil Sr. He was a teamster
for Friedmans Express Inc.
(FXI) and retired in 1986. He
was a member of Teamsters
Union Local 707 for 53 years.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Arlene Pericho O'Neil.
Survivors: daughters, Patty
Flugman and husband Mike,
Kings Park, N.Y., Susan Hom-
kow, Levittown, N.Y., Linda
Brunetti and husband Richard,
Callicoon Center, N.Y, Cathe-
rine Frey and husband James,
Ocoee; son, Thomas and wife
Aissa, Delhi, N.Y.; grandchil-
dren, Scott and wife Kim, Paul,
James, Joseph, Jason, Chris-
sy, Dylan; great-grandchildren,
Danielle, Jessie, Brooke;
brother, Daniel Sr. Woodlawn
Funeral Home, Gotha.
FRANCES LOUISE SWIN-
DEL ROPER, 79, Winter Gar-
den, died Sept. 5. Born in Phil


Campbell, Ala., she relocated
to Winter Garden in 1958. She
was an avid plant lover. Given
her expertise in horticulture,
she joined B.L. Cobia Inc. in
1965, where she became "su-
pervisor of the Research and
Developmental Department." A
major goal of the company and
research team was to create a
cactus unlike any other. Upon
her retirement of 30 years,
not only was there a "new"
cactus plant in the world, but
it also was completed with a
Paten Series Collection that is
known as part of the Christmas
Cactus. She was preceded in
death by her son, Grady Roper
Jr., in 1988. Survivors: hus-
band of 60 years, Grady Roper
Sr.; daughter, Peggy "Peg" Cox
and husband James "Doodle,"
Apopka; grandchildren, Kim
Roper Hall and husband Jerry,
Winter Garden, Robert Allen
"Rob" Cox, Apopka; brother,
Tom Swindel and wife Betty,
Howey-in-the-Hills; sister, Bar-
bara "Barb" Brock and hus-
band, Larry, Oakwood, Ga.;
great-granddaughters, Alysia
Frances Hall, Kayla Paige Hall,
both of Winter Garden. Bald-
win-Fairchild Funeral Home,
Winter Garden; Ferndale Cem-
etery.
JOHN L. SANSBURY, 61,
Winter Garden, died Sept. 9.
Family Funeral Care, Hunter's
Creek, Orlando.
DORIS SMITH, 83, Ocoee,
died Sept. 11. Mitchell's Fu-
neral Home, Orlando.

MIGUEL ANGEL VAZQUEZ,
68, died Sept. 7. He was born
in 1939 in Ponce, Puerto Rico,
to the late late Isabel and Baldome-
ro Vazquez. He was a member
of Radiant Life Assembly of
God Church. He was preceded
in death by a son, Jose Angel
Vazquez, in 1994. Survivors:
wife of more than 41 years,
Anna; children, Lucy, Evelyn,
Michael, Cheryl, Michele, Ste-
phen; siblings, Rosa, William,
Jose, Isreal, Jose; 14 grand-
children; 8 great-grandchildren.
Memorial donations can be
made to Radiant Life Church.
Woodlawn Funeral Home and
Memorial Park, Gotha.


is believe to have entered a
vehicle and left the area from
this location.
The suspect is described as
a black male, approximately
35 years of age, 5'11", with
a medium build and a closely
shaved head. He was wearing
a beige, long-sleeved shirt and
pants with black shoes.
. Anyone with information
regarding this robbery is be-
ing urged to call Detective
Gina Adams at the Oakland
Police Department, 407-656-
9797; or Crimeline at 800-
423-TIPS.

Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire
Department responded to 71
calls for assistance from Sept.
9-15:
Fires-2
Emergency medical calls-
44
Auto accidents-5
Automatic fire alarms-7
Public assist- 1
Hazardous conditions-5
Miscellaneous-7.


Center and, at last report, was
in stable condition.
This crash is still under
investigation by the Ocoee
Police Department.

Robbery in Oakland
On Sunday, Sept. 16, at
9:45 p.m., a man entered a
convenience store located
in the 17000 block of West
Colonial Drive in Oakland
and asked the clerk to make
change. According to po-
lice, when the clerk opened
the cash register, the suspect
lunged across the counter
and grabbed approximately
$15 in cash before running
out the door. While lunging
for the money, the suspect left
behind a pocket knife, police
said, and knocked the drawer
of the register off the counter,
slightly injuring the clerk. The
incident was caught on video
inside the store.
The Orange County Sher-
iff's Office's K-9 unit was
able to track the suspect's trail
to a nearby intersection, where
the scent was lost. The suspect


Oakland Heritage Festival is Oct. 27

The Oakland Nature Preserve, with assistance from the town
of Oakland, will hold the 10th Annual Oakland Heritage Festival
* Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Speer Park in Oakland.
The festival will include activities for the whole family. High-
lights include Model A car rides, hay rides, local history tours, live
music, dessert and chili cook-off contests, children's activities,
craft and plant vendors and displays by community organizations
and businesses. Narrated eco-boat tours of Lake Apopka will be
available, and there will be a silent auction.
All proceeds from the boat tours, the silent auction and canoe
raffle will go to benefit the Oakland Nature Preserve-and its mis-
sion to promote understanding of the fragile balances among land,
water, mankind and the environment.
For more information about the preserve or the festival, call
407-905-0054 or visit www.oaklandnaturepreserve.org/.


open hearts open minds open doors


Sunday at 10 am
Bridgewater Middle School
5600 Tiny Road
Winter Garden, FL 34787

www.hopespringfl.org
407.876.4991 ext 309


Burglary of a resi-
dence-6
Burglary of a structure-5
Grand theft-1
Grand theft/motor vehi-
cle-7
Child neglect- 1
Child abuse-1
Child-left unattended in
vehicle-1
Criminal mischief- 1
Criminal mischief/vandal-
ism- 1
Drugs-2.'

Bicycle crash
On Wednesday, Dec. 12,
at approximately 11:20 a.m.,
Ocoee police responded to a
bicycle vs. vehicle crash on
Silver Star Road. at Taylor
Street. A 2007 four-door Su-
zuki and a black bicycle were
westbound on Silver Star
Road. As the two approached
Taylor Street, the adult male
bicyclist made a left turn and
struck the right front pas-
senger door of the vehicle.
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Prayer Vigil
at Camp ithiel

The New Covenant Church
of the Brethren will observe the
International Day of Prayer for
Peace by holding a vigil in the
chapel at Camp Ithiel in Gotha
this Friday, Sept. 21. Those who
wish to participate can come to
the chapel at any time between
8 a.m. and 8 p.m. that day.
Resources will be available
to provide guidance for, the
time of meditation, prayer and
reflection. The Day of Prayer is
being observed by Christians all
around the world.


Death Notices
The West Orange Times pub-
lishes obituaries of the West
Orange area free of charge.
Deadline for information is
Monday at 4 p.m. We will
also include funeral arrange-
ments if the funeral is to take
place on or after our publica-
tion date. Information may
be brought by our office or
mailed to 720 S. Dillard St.,
Winter Garden 34787; faxed
to 407-656-6075; or sent by
e-mail to wotimes@aol.com.
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Church hosting youth in 40-day challenge


NEXT Community'
Church is hosting youth
from various churches in the
community, including Ocoee
Oaks United Methodist and
Westpoint Fellowship, for a
seven-week series of spe-
cial youth-oriented worship
services beginning Sept. 23.


This will prepare the youth
for the "See You at the Pole"
program and its 40-day chal-
lenge.
See You at the Pole is a
student-initiated and stu-
dent-led movement that
brings youth to their school
flagpoles for prayer.


Cuts have to be made, Boll-
hoefer added, based on pri-
orities essential services vs.
nonessential. With the arrival
of a new mall and increasing
crime rates in Central Florida,
Bollhoefer said he refused to
cut the police department's
budget.
The City Commissioners
unanimously approved the
proposed millage and budget
ordinances last Thursday with
no discussion. The ordinances
are expected to be passed at
the next public budget hear-
ing, scheduled for the Sept. 27
commission meeting.
In other business, the elected


officials:
reappointed Margo Ken-
nington as a trustee on the
General Employees Pension
Board.
approved a change order
worth $209,778 to Emerald
Utilities for the improvement
project at the intersection of
Ninth Street and Story Road.
approved a letter of com-
mitment for the Upper Ockla-
waha River Basin Management
Action Plan.
approved an interlocal
agreement with Orange Coun-
ty for widening and improve-
ments to be made to County
Road 545.


Oakland (Continued from A)


water master plan to CPH of
Orlando. CPH and the town
will develop a scope of ser-
vices, and then the firm will
create the town's first-ever
water master plan.
held another discussion
regarding the Remington
Square Development and.pro-
posed utility agreement. The
town has hired an attorney,,
Thomas P. Callan, to work
out an agreement to bring
back to the commission. The
agreement with developer
Ryan Langley is in its final
stages and will be discussed


at the next commission meet-
ing.
listened as Vice Mayor
Mike Satterfield read a proc-
lamation in honor of Consti-
tution Week Sept. 17-23 in
recognition of the 220th sign-
ing of the U.S. Constitution.
learned that the recent on-
line sale of the town's surplus
property (including equip-
ment and furniture) brought
in approximately $6,000.
reminded everyone that
the next regular Oakland
Town Commission meeting is
Monday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m.


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prostate screening Sept. 29

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day, Sept. 29, at the National Training Center on campus at 1099
Citrus Tower Blvd.
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exam and blood test (PSA). Blood pressure and BMI/body fat
composition screenings are also available.
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Chapel
of our town."
After a walk-through, Fitzgib-
bon and former Council Mem-
ber Stephen Withers, an archi-
tect, determined the structure is
in poor condition with signs of
leaks and poor structural fram-
ing and has no windows. The
church congregation removed
the stained glass windows and
took them to the new location.
Fitzgibbon said he has had
experience moving three build-
ings at Universal Studios, where
he was previously employed.
There is always potential for a
myriad of hidden expenses in a
relocation, which often costs as
much, if not more, than a new
structure, he explained.
In addition, there would be
substantially higher ongoing
maintenance and operating costs
in terms of energy consump-
tion.
Only the L-shaped portion of
the building could be salvaged,
and it would require additional
structural support. Also, the lay-
out and functionality of the cha-
pel structure does not lend itself
to multi-function uses, which
the town needs.
Fitzgibbon said there is a fu-
ture recognized need in Wind-
ermere's long-range plan for a
building that could seat 300 for
holiday events, meetings and se-
niors' activities with support fa-
cilities such as a kitchen, storage
and breakout rooms.
He said the cost of the reloca-
tion would closely approximate
the cost of a new structure de-
signed to support the town's
identified future needs.
"We have a very diverse group
on our Long-range Planning
Committee," said Fitzgibbon.
"Some were married in the
church, and others have seen
this structure in our town for a
very long time. We took the ini-
tiative very seriously."


(Continued from 1A)


He said the committee voted
unanimously to abandon the
notion of relocating the Wind-
ermere Union Church chapel to
the town center.
Fitzgibbon said the town could
consider preserving architectural
elements of the chapel building,
such as the steeple, or incorpo-
rating a replica of the steeple in
a new community center.
The committee is planning to
present its Master Plan proposal
at the October council meeting.
Following the meeting, May-
or Gary Bruhn told The West
Orange Times the project to
save the chapel is not "dead"
but there are serious concerns
about the cost of moving it and
maintaining it. He said the town
has no funding available for this
project, so private funds would
be required. Saving the build-
ing is not opt of the question,
the mayor said, if a donor would
step forward to make the preser-
vation possible.
The council has asked the
town's Historical Board to re-
view the overall project and
present its recommendations be-
fore a final decision is made.
The developer recently leased
the church building to a new
congregation, Maximum Life
Church Orlando, for one year,
anticipating that new construc-
tion was less than two years off.
In other business, the council:
held a second reading and
amended the wording of a town
ordinance to rename the town's
occupational license tax as local
business tax.
agreed to make road repairs
on Sixth Avenue near Johnson
Park and adjacent to the boat
ramp and on Ridgewood Av-
enue at the recommendation of
Tom Kelly of Professional Engi-
neering Consultants. The cost of
these repairs is $4,606, and they
are part of a longer list prepared


by Kelly that includes pedestrian
crossings and sidewalk exten-
sions. The council will consider
the remaining items at the Octo-
ber meeting.
voted to spend up to $55,000
to install a product called Safety
Deck II Mats to create a walking
and biking trail along the shore
of Lake Down. A portion of the
expenditure will be reimbursed
through a Florida Recreation
Development Assistance Pro-
gram grant that was previously
awarded to the town.
discussed seven residential
areas as possibilities for poten-
tial annexation into town. These
areas are Isleworth, Chaine du
Lac, Lake Crescent and adja-
cent parcels, Lake Crescent Re-
serve, the Reserve at Lake But-
ler Sound, The Willows at Lake
Rhea and Windermere Country
Club Association. Only the an-
nexation of Isleworth was sup-
ported by all five council mem-
bers; the town manager will
continue negotiations with the
Isleworth Homeowners Associ-
ation. The potential annexation
of Isleworth would more than
double town revenues.
authorized the town manag-
er to obtain a survey of dirt Main
Street from Seventh to Eleventh
avenues at a cost not to exceed
$22,780. The expense will be
taken from the Contingency
Fund.
agreed to hold two recreation
events recommended by the
Parks and IRecreation Commit-
tee. The committee will sponsor
a Fall Fest on Saturday, Oct. 27,
and a Christmas Walk on Sat-
urday, Dec. 15. The Fall Fest
includes a Halloween parade,
hayride and pumpkin-carving
event.
increased the budget for a
Downtown Street Fest set for
Saturday, Oct. 13, by $600 to
$1,600 to cover expenses for a


VFW men plan mini flea market
The Men's Auxiliary of West den. $20 to sell items such as tools,
Orange VFW Post 4305 will Rib or chicken meals will be appliances, clothes or plants.
hold a mini flea market this available for $5.50 per plate To reserve space, call Indigo
weekend, Sept. 21-22, from 8 and served with baked beans at 407-398-2589.
a.m. to 5 p.m. in the parking and cole slaw. Cold drinks are This is a fund-raiser for the
lot behind the VFW building $1. Men's Auxiliary to fund its
on Plant Street in Winter Gar- Anyone can rent a booth for community programs.


bluegrass band and tent rental.
Main Street will be closed from
Fifth to Sixth avenues from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. that day for the
street party, a promotion of the
Downtown Business Commit-
tee. There is an associated cost
of approximately $500 for po-
lice officers to monitor the street
closing.
unanimously adopted an
amendment to the Corner Lot
Setback Ordinance as recom-
mended by the Development
Review Board. First and second
readings and a public hearing
will be held before the council
takes a final vote to adopt it. The
provisions in the revised ordi-
nance will require fewer vari-
ance requests.
voted to reduce the speed
limit on the recently annexed
section of Park Avenue, west of
Windermere Elementary School,
from 45 ,mph to 30 mph. The
council directed the town attor-
ney to draft an ordinance to re-
flect this change. Resident Scott
Bush brought this matter before
the council during the Citizen's
Forum at the opening of the


meeting. The item was already
part of the agenda at the request
of Police Chief Dan Saylor.
formally named the town
park at the end of Fifth Avenue
at Lake Down as "Lake Street
Park."
selected a contractor to make
building repairs to the Wind-
ermere Library. The council
selected the Aagaard McNary
Construction Inc. bid of $49,748
by a vote of 3-1. Council Mem-
ber John Briggs voted no, pre-
ferring the low bidder, Mulligan
Constructors Inc., at $34,825.
Council Member Bums Hovey
abstained because his company
bid on the work. The work in-
cludes replacement of the siding
with fiber-reinforced concrete
siding and renovation of the
women's restroom in the Com-
munity Room area to a unisex
restroom compliant with new
ADA specifications.
after readvertising for bids
for auditor services, selected
McDirmit, Davis and Company,
its present audit firm, to contin-
ue for the next three years.
reviewed a schedule of


changes to building fees charged
by the town. The council agreed
to double some of the fees and
increase others. The town attor-
ney will draft a new ordinance to
reflect the revised fee schedule.
by a vote of 3-2 agreed to pay
approximately 50 percent of the
$32,000 cost of installing drain-
age improvements on Down
Point Lane. Council members
Hovey and Jennifer Roper voted
no. The improvements will fil-
ter stormwater runoff affecting
the residence of Todd South,
4312 Down Point Lane, before
it flows into Lake Down. PEC
engineers at the request of the
town manager designed the
improvements, and South has
agreed to share the cost. He and
the town manager will work out
terms of the agreement.
by a vote of 4-1, with Hovey
dissenting, approved an awning
permit for Mike Pirozzolo, the
proprietor of Windermere De-
sign Firm at 503 Main St.
under the consent agenda,
approved a window replace-
ment permit for Mark Allen, 523
Main St.


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Opinion


In our opinion

Editorials


From our archives

Old Times


Winter Garden Charter amendments bring needed changes


With all the controversy that sur-
rounded Winter Garden politics in re-
cent years, the impending City Char-
ter review process was expected, in
the beginning, to stir up more political
fighting. That has not been the case,
though, as contentious debate and
campaigning have not been common-
place at City Commission meetings for
several months. A review and make-
over of Winter Garden's antiquated
City Charter had been long overdue
and has been completed with little dis-
cord. The result is 14 proposed charter
revisions that are all reasonable and
should result in a more efficiently run
city government.
Most of the revisions are considered
"housekeeping" items that clean up
outdated or contradictory language in
the existing charter. The most signifi-
cant questions facing Winter Garden
voters are posed by proposed revisions
No. 2 and 3. Revision-No. 2 extends
the terms of office for the mayor ,and
commissioners from the current two-
year term to three years. We feel this
would be an improvement by allowing
elected officials more time to focus on
accomplishing goals while in office
rather than campaigning for the next
election. Revision No. 3 has, perhaps,
the greatest potential impact of all
the proposed changes. If passed, City
Commissioners and qualifying candi-
dates-for a commission election would
be required to live iirthe district they,
represent. Exceptions are made for sit-
ting commissioners, who would retain
their seats until the end of their terms,
if redistricted out of their districts.
With the, rapid growth and popu-
lation shift Winter Garden has wit-,
nessed in the past decade, especially
in its southern district, we believe the
city is ready for and in need of single-
member-district representation.
Recent elections have seen some
agenda-driven candidates who reside
outside District 4 run for that district's
commission seat. District 4 has a pop-
ulation that dwarfs Winter Garden's.
other districts, and its 'voters have dis-


played, in recent elections, a stagger-
ing level of apathy and non-participa-
tion in city elections. This has made
District 4 a fertile hunting ground for
agenda-driven candidates living else-
where in the city who are concerned
only with obtaining a seat on the com-
mission to serve themselves rather
than the constituents they are meant to
represent.
Revision No. 4 requires the city man-
ager to be hired by a written employ-
ment contract and requires a vote of at
least three of the five commissioners
for removal prior to the contract's ex-
piration. No. 5 allows for commission
vacancies to be filled by special elec-
tion if more than six months remain
on the term of office and by appoint-
ment by the commission if six months
or less remain. No. 7 establishes pro-
cedures and conditions under which
district boundaries must be redrawn in
order to maintain commission districts
that are roughly equal in population.
No. 8 replaces the current city elec-
tion canvassing board, composed
of the City Commission, with a new
board consisting of two citizens and the
city clerk. No. 9 creates a process by
which citizens may challenge existing
ordinances or propose new ordinances
to the City Commission by petition.
If such proposals are not adopted, the
petition would then be submitted to a
vote of the citizens. No. 11 makes the
- city clerk independent of the city man-
. ager when supervising elections. No.
13 establishes a formal requirement
that the City Charter be reviewed at
least once every eight years by a com-
mission-appointed citizens committee.
All remaining amendments not listed
should generally be viewed as house-
keeping items.
A "yes" vote on the mail ballot
means the voter agrees with the pro-
posed charter revision, while a 'no"
vote signifies the voter rejects the pro-
posed change.
We encourage voters to support all
proposed revisions on the City Charter
referendum.


65 years ago
Capt. Richard Ezzard piloted a Boeing
Flying Fortress'in a raid over Rabaul, the
Japanese-held New Guinea base. He started
his training in the Army Air Corps in 1938 at
Randolph Field, Texas.
U.S. Marine state headquarters in Orlando
has announced that married men no longer
need the consent of their dependents for en-
listment in either the Marine regulars or re-
serve corps. All men 17-36 are eligible for
service.
60 years ago ,
The Orlando Steam Laundry has added dry
cleaning and pressing to its services for West
Orange patrons. To acquaint customers with
the new service, a pair of nylon hose will
be given absolutely free to every customer
whose bill totals $6 or more.
Mr. and Mrs. Dal Duppenthaler have gone
to Washington state to make their home. Dal
will receive his degree from the University
of Washington in June.

40 years ago
The alertness of Mrs. Dave Starr of Oak-
land, wife of Orange County Sheriff Starr,
was responsible for the uncovering of a large
ring of thieves who have been operating in
the county for some time. Upon returning to
her home in Oakland after a horseback ride,
she discovered the thieves in the Starr home
and gave chase [in her car, not on horseback].
She got a complete description of the thieves'
car and the license plate number and, on the
sliort-wave transmitter used by her husband
at their home, immediately contacted the
Sheriff's Department. .


30 years ago
"The Man in the Stands" a.k.a. Ray Spears
does a lively commentary on the West Or-
ange High School football games. Among
his weekly "awards" was the Bone Crusher
Award given to Craig Maloy for a devastat-
ing tackle of the Oviedo quarterback that al-
most separated the head from the shoulders.
Joe McClellan was honored at a three-day
convention for outstanding State Farm In-
surance agents held at the Atlanta Hilton in
Georgia.
25 years ago -
Three weeks of traveling and living to-
gether in a Winnebago can be a real test of
friendship, but Ruth and Chick Gillard of
Windermere and Elaine and Cooter Creech
of Winter Garden swear they enjoyed every
minute of their summer trip together west-
ward ho and back again and are already
planning the next one. For Chick and Cooter
it was "old home week" as they checked on
some of the stores they used to service as
drivers for the late Harry Smith of Winter
Garden Ornamental Nursery.
20 years ago
Editor's Notebook: World-famous aerial
balloonist Joe Kittinger spent an hour at First
Union Bank in Winter Garden, but we're
not sure the folks at the bank even knew he
was there. At daybreak, he and some of his
cohorts from Rosie O'Grady's Flying Cir-
cus launched two hot air balloons from the
grassy field behind the bank.
Mark Twain said it:, "The only way to keep
your health is to eat what you don't want,
drink what you don't like and do what you'd
rather not."


State Rep. Nelson discusses Oct. 3 special session


Editor:- .
Last week, the call was made by House
Speaker Marco Rubio and Senate President Ken
Pruitt to reschedule the previously postponed
fall special session to reduce state spending.
Economic tightening over the last year has left
Florida's markets in need of a boost, though the
Legislature realizes that this is not a problem to
be solved with more taxes and fees.
Instead, our state government now has a re-
sponsibility to reduce spending much the
same way many Florida families have had to do
recently.
The Legislature will reconvene on Oct. 3 to
make sure that bigger taxes and more govern-
ment do not become short-term solutions to
patch Florida's budget shortfalls.
To address the coming $1.5 billion-plus bud-
get deficit, it is important that the Legislature
instruct government agencies to do exactly what
we asked from local governments: live within
your means and do not spend more than Florid-
- ians can afford.
This will require looking for inefficiencies in
parts of the budget and for innovative ways to
reduce state spending, as .well as ensuring that
our government practices fiscal responsibility
and is accountable to Florida taxpayers.
The state is off to a good start in addressing
this issue, however, as the original budget for
Fiscal Year 2008-2009 was passed at close to $i1
billion less than last year, with nearly $400 mnil-
lion in executive vetoes.


Rather than look for alternative sources of
revenue raising taxes, increasing fees and ex-
panding gambling the Legislature hopes to
protect our economy and to balance the budget,
as required by the Constitution, by spending tax
dollars more wisely.
For some programs, however, this may re-
quire funding cuts.
Although this scenario may be scary to some,
fulfilling the obligation to balance the state bud-
get will require examining all programs to look
for inefficient spending and better ways to fund
necessary programs.
Although healthcare and state-funded educa-
tion programs remain top priorities for the Leg-
islature, the amount of cuts necessary to balance
the budget may require reductions in all areas.
To ensure that the state budget remains bal-
anced and that the billion-dollar-sized hole in the
budget does not grow larger before next year's
budget negotiations begin, it is imperative that
the Legislature and governor cut another $1 bil-
lion in state spending.
If we do not reduce the budget by $1' billion
this special session, we could be forced to re-
duce the budget by $2.5 million during the 2008
regular session.
For more information on reducing state spend-
ing or details on the special session, please con-
tact my district office at 407-880-4414.
State Rep. Bryan Nelson
District 38


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Environmentalism fuels Westside Tech bio-diesel program


- The school has
become a site for
creating alternative
fuel and demonstrating
its uses.
By Michael Laval

Westside Tech in Winter
Garden has become one of the
area's leaders in developing
and using alternative energy
sources.
Since 2002, the school has
been using photovoltaic, or so-
lar, panels to generate electric-
ity and heat water. In recent
years, Westside has expanded
its alternative energy program
to include its bio-diesel dem-
onstration project.
Its purpose is to educate the
public on the benefits of bio-
diesel fuels by hosting student
field trips, teacher and adult
workshops and, eventually,
holding classes. The program
was made possible last year
by a $75,000 grant from the
Florida Office of Energy.
The demonstration center
is truly a homegrown facility.
Westside Tech students and
instructors from the building
technology apprenticeship
program provided the labor to
renovate an old tractor shed on
the north side of campus into
an outdoor learning labora-
tory where bio-diesel fuel is
processed. Westside's electri-
cal apprenticeship students
installed the electrical wir-
ing for the bio-diesel facility,
which uses a 6,500-watt diesel
generator for electrical power.
The generator, of course, runs
on bio-diesel produced at
Westside.
Clean-burning bio-diesel
fuel can be made from any fat
or oil. At Westside, vegetable
oil usually serves as the base
that is processed through steel
drums in a chemical filtration
process that creates the home-
made fuel.
Bio-diesel is an increas-
ingly practical alternative
to fossil fuels, according to
John Brennan, manager of Or-
ange County Public School's
(OCPS) energy administration
department. Brennan likened
bio-diesel to the microbrew
beer industry he envisions
the fuel being easily made at
home by anyone who is edu-
cated on the steps for process-
ing.
"Bio-diesel is a superior
product," Brennan told The
West Orange Times during a
tour of the Westside facility.
Bio-dies'el, he said, benefits
both the environment and the
consumer's wallet. According
to Brennan, bio-diesel pro-
duces 85 percent lower emis-
sions than fossil diesel, re-
duces America's dependence
on foreign petroleum, reduces
air and water pollution, re-
duces public health risks, is
fully biodegradable and may
be used independently or com-
bined with fossil diesel.
With fuel prices at all-time
highs in recent years, bio-die-
sel offers an alternative that is
significantly cheaper, as well


West Orange


John Brennan, manager of OCPS's energy administration
department, stands outside Westside Tech's bio-diesel fuel
demonstration center, which serves to educate the public.
on the benefits and necessity of alternative fuels.


John Brennan displays the steel drums at Westside Tech's
bio-diesel demonstration facility where the alternative fuel
is produced.


as environmentally friendly.
"You can produce one gal-
lon of bio-diesel for 70 cents,"
Brennan said.
Bio-diesel, he added, will
also clean out an engine's
sludge and allow it to run
smoother and last longer.
For most motorists who
drive unleaded-fuel cars, etha-
nol would be the alternative
fuel of choice. But for diesel-
engine vehicles, especially
buses and trucks owned by
municipalities, school district
and companies, bio-diese) can
have a profound environmen-
tal and economic effect.
According to OCPS, school
buses throughout the United
States travel more than 4 bil-
lion miles each year and use
about 350 million gallons of
petroleum diesel. The 24 mil-
lion children who ride school
buses each day are also vul-
nerable to the effects of petro-
leum-diesel emissions, which
can cause adverse respiratory
problems, including exacer-
bation of asthma. Based on
an OCPS report, asthma is a
major cause of absenteeism in
school children.
"We keep saying our children
are important, so shouldn't we
give them a clean environ-


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Although it will likely be
years before the school dis-
trict could begin fueling its
fleet of buses with bio-diesel,
Brennan said OCPS has been
very supportive of Westside's
alternative fuel and energy
programs.
All of Westside Tech has es-
sentially become a large dem-
onstration center for what is
possible with alternative ener-
gy sources. Nearly every cor-
ner of the campus is touched
by either bio-diesel fuels or
solar-powered energy.
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natural gas-fired water heater
replaced with a dual-fuel unit
that uses a blend of bio-diesel.
The cosmetology department
has been receiving its hot wa-
ter courtesy of solar-thermal
panels mounted on Westside's
rooftops. The school's overall
electricity consumption is also
lessened by photovoltaic panel
arrays that generate about 13
kilowatts a day. Brennan said
he plans to soon introduce
bio-diesel to Westside's lawn
maintenance vehicles.
These alternative energy,
sources can be just as easily
implemented into single-fami-
ly homes. Right now, Brennan
said, the best payoff comes
from a solar-thermal water
heating system, which takes
about four to five .years to pay
for itself.
On a national level, Bren-
nan feels making the switch to
alternative energy sources is
within reach but that it's up to
the public to demand change.
"It depends on our country's
commitment to clean air, a
clean environment and getting
off our dependence of foreign
oil," he said. "We don't have
the time or luxury to put off
the decisions that need to be
made; it's going to take politi-
cal leadership."
Westside's bio-diesel dem-
onstration program and solar
energy facilities are currently
educating children and adults
on the practicality and neces-
sity of alternative energy and
soon could grow into a full-
fledged curriculum.
Dr. Jody Newman, West-
side Tech assistant director,
said the school is working to
acquire more grants that could
lead to the creation of classes
for Westside students to be
trained in the development
and installation of photovol-
taic systems and processing of
bio-diesel fuels.
Westside Tech is located at
955 E. Story Road. To learn
mAore about the school, log
onto www.westside.ocps.net.


Mayor Crotty's 'Orange to Green'
Climate Change Summit set


Orlando Mayor Rich Crot-
ty has organized an "Orange
to Green" Climate Change
Summit to begin working
on a strategy to place Or-
ange County in the forefront
of the worldwide movement
to reduce green house gas-
ses. The summit will be held
Tuesday, Sept. 25, from 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Orange
County Convention Center,
9800 International Drive,
Orlando, North Concourse,
Room N320. Registration
will begin at 7:30 a.m.
Participants will explore
the issues, opportunities and
actions that must be taken
by government, business
and citizens to make a posi-
tive impact on the environ-
ment. The event will include
a keynote speech by Roger
Ballentine, founder and
president of Green Strate-


gies Inc., a panel discussion
and a question-and-answer
session.
Topics will range from
the challenges of the global
warming initiative, transpor-
tation and land-use issues,
waste-management issues
and energy use.
Who should attend: Those
interested in sustainable
communities, transportation,
housing and energy issues,
including local and tourist-
based businesses, industry,
developers, municipalities
and citizens.
Mayor Crotty will an-
nounce Orange County's,
greenhouse gas ,inventory
and emissions reduction tar-
get and plans for the coun-
ty's future course.
For more info. about the sum-
mit or to pre-register, visit http://
www.ocfl.net/orangetogreen/.


Florida Agriculture and Con-
sumer Services Commissioner
Charles Bronson announced
last week that applications
have been made available for
Florida's Farm to Fuel grants
program;
The 2007 Florida Legislature
appropriated $25 million for
the grants, program to provide
matching grants for demonstra-
tion and commercial projects,
as well as research and devel-
opment relating to bio-energy
projects in Florida.
Earlier this year, Bronson
and the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection
awarded $15 million to eight
organizations as part of the Re-
newable Energy Technologies
grant program for projects that
generate or utilize other renew-
able energy resources, includ-
ing hydrogen, biomass and so-
lar energy.
The Farm to Fuel grants pro-
gram centers on the production


and distribution of renewable
energy from Florida-grown
crops, agricultural wastes and
residues and other biomass.
"Florida is poised to be-
come a national leader in the
production of renewable ener-
gy," Bronson said. "The Farm
to Fuel grants program, in con-
junction with DEP's Renew-
able Energy Technology grants
program, will go a long way
toward Florida diversifying its
energy portfolio and reducing
its dependence on other states
and nations for energy and fuel
supply."
Applications for the Farm to
Fuel grants are due by Friday,
Oct. 26, at 5 p.m.
Projects will be evaluated
based on a number of different
criteria, including the extent to
which the project produces bio-
energy from Florida-grown crops
or biomass.
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Firefighters earn state license
Seven members of the Winter Garden Fire Rescue Depart-
ment have received their paramedic state license and are
now able to use their new skills in the city. Training for para-
medics in Florida is very intensive, taking about 2 years to
complete. The training involves classroom lectures, clini-
cal time in hospitals and ride time on ambulances. Once
certified by the state and the Orange County medical di-
rector, paramedics are licensed under a doctor to perform


advanced emergency medical.skills. 'Having licensed para-
medics in our fire department is a huge step in providing
our citizens with the most advanced medical care possible,'
said Fire Chief John Williamson. 'I am very proud of the in-
dividuals who have stepped up to take on this great respon-
sibility.' They are, I-r: engineers Tim Dunmire, Nick Palmer
and Shawn.Kelly; Lt. Bill Rosenfeld; firefighters Gerard
Draughon and Frederick Davis; and Engineer Sean Riser.


Mike Stalnaker to speak at Calvary Baptist Church Sunday


Mike Stalnaker will return
to his alma mater to speak at
Calvary Baptist Church this


Sunday, Sept. 23, at 9 a.m.
and 6 p.m. He attended Lakev-
iew Middle and West Orange


High schools and graduated
from Calvary Baptist Chris-
tian School in 1982.


He and his family recently
moved to Spring Hill, Tenn.,
to start; Community Baptist
Church.. He said he has a pas-
sion for teaching and preach-
ing the Word of, God and is
thankful for His grace and
goodness in his life.
Stalnaker and his wife of 21
years, Deena, have four chil-
'dren: Michaela, 17, Morgan,
15, Drew, 11, and Daniel, 8.
He can be contacted at
mike@cbcspringhill.org. The
church's Web site is www.
cbcspringhill.org.

Sale to help Church
of Messiah with
additions
The Church of the Messiah
will hold a yard sale and bake
sale Oct. 6 from 8 a.m. to noon
at the old Dillard Street Ele-
mentary School parking lot on
Tilden Street.
Proceeds from the sale will
help fund the new church ad-
dition, which includes a new
Parish Hall, narthex, office
complex, restrooms, kitchen
and library/parlor.
Gently used items in the
sale include toys, books, tools,
household items, small furni-
ture and appliances, art, an-
tiques, plants, baked goods and
homemade crafts.


Queen Katie team to 'parade' in Buddy Walk
Katie Tice, 5, of Winter Garden is participating in the Down
Syndrome Association of Central Florida's 10th Annual
Buddy Walk. It will take place Oct. 13 from 8 a.m. to noon
at Lake Eola Park. Katie attends kindergarten at UCP in
Winter Garden. She loves to dance, sing, color, play with
her puppy and sound out small words. This year, Glat-
ting Jackson, which employs Katie's mother, Patricia C.
Tice (above), is sponsoring the team, Queen Katie, and
will match up to $2,000. It will be a dress-up day, but the
team will welcome anyone to participate whether or not
they are dressed up. To make a donation to Katie's team,
go to www.firstgiving.com/QueenKatie.


Fall festival set at
Children's Lighthouse
Learning Center'
Children's Lighthouse
Learning Center of People of
Faith in Winter Garden is hold-
ing a fall festival Oct. 20 from
9 a.m. to noon. The.event will
include family fun and games.
Admission .is one canned
good per person, which will
be donated to the West Orange
Christian Service Center. Fam-
ilies can enjoy kid-friendly
games, music, bounce houses
and food.
Children can also wear their
costumes and participate in
Trunk-or-Treat and the cos-
tume contest. Silent auction
baskets will be available for
bid.
Children's Lighthouse is at
220 Windermere Road, Winter
Garden. For more information,
call 407-395-0077.


Action Coalition
to meet
The West Orange Citizens
Action Coalition Inc. meets
on the third Thursday of each
month at 6 p.m. at the Max-
ey Community Center, 830
Klondike St., Winter Garden.
Residents .of Winter Garden,
Ocoee, Oakland and the Til-
denville area are being asked
to come and offer ideas on
improving these communi-
ties.
For more information, call
Charlie Mae Wilder, presi-
dent, at 407-656-8325.


Diabetes screening
CholestCheck Corp. will
conduct a free diabetes screen-
ing Sept. 24-25 from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Kmart on West
Colonial Drive in Winter Gar-
den. For more information, call
800-713-3301. No appoint-
ment is necessary.

Gold Star Parents
Luncheon set
A Gold Star Parents luncheon
will be held Sunday, Sept. 30,
at Winter Springs VFW 5405,
420 N. Edgemon Ave., Win-
ter Springs. The event will be
hosted by the District 18 La-
dies Auxiliary. All Gold Star
Parents are invited to attend
and can call 407-656-5586 or
407-754-3209.
"Hats Off to You" is the pro-
gram theme, and poppy hats
and a mini flea market will be
the highlights.
Balancing your
hormones naturally
Dr. Jennifer Bourst of United
Family Chiropractic will hold
a workshop on women balanc-
ing their hormones naturally on
Saturday, Sept. 29. It will run
from 10-11 a.m. at the Down-
town Herb Shoppe & Day Spa,
33 S. Main St., Winter Garden.
The workshop is a guide to
help women make a more in-
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menopause, low blood sugar,
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Troop 210 heads to the
pinnacle of Scouting
When it comes to the pin- Steven Kittendorf. "This will
nacle of outdoor experiences truly be a life-changing experi-
in the world of Boy Scout- ence for many of our boys."
ing, there are few things that Troop 210, which has a long
can compare to a trek at the and distinguished history in
Philmont Scout Ranch in Winter Garden, now begins
Cimarron, N.M., and that is the process of preparing for
exactly where a local Scout this extraordinary trip.
troop is headed. Boy Scouts of Scoutmaster Steve Eisinger,
America Troop 210 from Win- an experienced leader when
ter Garden will be westward it comes to Philmont (having
bound next July to spend 12 led several treks for the Cen-
days hiking some of the more tral Florida Council of the
than 137,000 square acres of Boy Scouts) is preparing an
the Sangre de Christo range extensive array of hikes and
of the Rocky Mountains that outings to prepare his troop.
make up the largest Scout The group of 36 will be di-
ranch in the United States'. vided into three groups or
Twenty-three boys and 13 crews at Philmont. These
adult leaders have already be- crews will then spend the next
gun the preparations for what, 10 months learning to work to-
for many, will be the adven- gether as a team.
ture of a lifetime. Eisinger stresses that every
This is the first time in its participant needs to know his
more-than-70-year history that equipment "backward and for-
Troop 210 has been invited to ward," but, more importantly,
Philmont. In fact, each year, the boys need to know their
thousands of troops from crew: "Team building, confi-
across the country apply for dence with our gear, safety, hy-
the few hundred spaces that giene and, of course, physical
are available each summer. preparation will help us con-
"We're thrilled to have re- quer the 12,000-foot peaks."
ceived this invitationn" said Once out on the trail, the
Troop Committee Member crew members will depend on


The Boy Scouts of Troop 210 are raising money for their trip to Philmont in New Mexico.


each other. They are expected
to carry not only their own
supplies, but a portion of the
crew's gear as well. They can
carry up to 50 pounds of gear
on their backs as they climb up
and down the mountains and
valleys of Philmont over the
course of more than 100 miles
of backpacking.
Along the way, the partici-
pants will experience many
educational and recreational
opportunities at the various
stops. There are historical
camps that feature 1800s-
era gold mines, re-creations
of a settler's homestead and
an area where they will see
ancient Native American pic-
tographs. They can also rock


The Garden Community Choir rehearses each Monday evening at West Orange High
School.
Community Choir preparing for Music Fest


climb, rappel and, possibly,
burro race.
Even before reaching
Philmont, the troop will
spend a few days in the area
to begin acclimatizing them-
selves to the altitude, which
will provide additional time
to visit such historical sites
as the home of the Manhattan
Project and ancient Indian cliff
dwellings. Whitewater rafting
on the Rio Grande is also in
store for them, as well as a day
of mountain-biking.
All this comes at a price, and
Eisinger is fond of remind-
ing the boys of one of the 12
points of the Boy Scout Law:
a Scout is thrifty. ,
"Our adventure comes with

Crafters, vendors,
sponsors sought
for HCP celebration
Health Central Foundation
is hosting a Veterans Day Cel-
ebration, "A Day at the Park,"
on Saturday, Nov. 10, and is
looking for holiday crafters,
vendors and sponsors. This
celebration is a family-themed
event held in conjunction with
Dillard Street Elementary
School and Health Central
Park.
The event includes food,
entertainment, display booths
and a fall carnival. All pro-
ceeds will go to the School
Nurse Funds for Dillard Street
Elementary and expenses for
the Patriot Wing renovation at
Health Central Park.
Craft booths start at $25,
vendor booths start at $75, and
sponsorships are available for
$500 and up. Call 407-296-
1837 for more information.


a price tag, and I fully expect
our participants to earn their
way through fund-raising
work and/or donations," Eis-
inger said.
Troop 210 will be pursuing
several fund-raising opportu-
nities to allow those boys who
are going to help pay their way.
Fund-raisers include discount
cards to local businesses, sales
of popcorn sales or grants from
local community leaders and
businesses. The troop is trying
to raise several thousand dol-
lars for this trip.
"We understand that the cost
of this trip may be out of reach
of some of our families, so we
are committed to giving every-
one a chance to go by working

West Orange Duplicate
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wood 2. B. Burch-A. Aber-
crombie 3. Y. Peabody-M.
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together to raise the funds,"
Kittendorf said. "We're really
excited; this community has
always been very supportive
of our boys, and though this
is an extraordinary goal, we
believe we can reach it.
"It is the first mountain that
we must climb in order to get
the chance to climb the moun-
tains."
For more information
on how to help Troop 210
reach the goal of getting to
Philmont, contact the troop
leadership through the First
United Methodist Church of
Winter Garden, which spon-
sors the troop (407-656-1135),
or through the troop Web site,
www.Troop-210.com.

Bridge results
Nieman; E-W: 1. R. Austen-C.
Baldwin 2. J. and G. Woltman
3. B. and R. Blair 4. V. Oberai-
tis-J. Muzeni 5. N. Fortin-M.
Guthrie.


The Garden Community
Choir is working hard under
the direction of Choir Direc-
tor Jeff Redding in prepara-
tion for its first concert. The
choir's debut will take place
Oct. 7 at the Winter Garden
Music Fest 2007.
Anyone interested in join-
ing the choir for its winter


concert in December can at-
tend rehearsals every Monday
night at West Orange High
School.
The choir is nearly 60
strong at this time and wel-
comes anyone who would like
to participate.
Annual membership dues
are $100 each, in addition to


a $30 joiner's fee. Payment
can be brought to the first
rehearsal with checks made
payable to Winter Garden
Heritage Foundation.
Those needing an alterna-
tive fee structure or arrange-
ment can talk to Dr. Johan
Bergh, choir chair, by calling
407-353-2006.


BRENDA ROSS


Ross honored at HCP
Brenda Ross, a two-year vet-
eran, is the September Employee
of the Month at Health Central
Park. She is an Environmental
Services tech who is always will-
ing to do the "extras" in the facil-
ity. She assists with the dining
program on her neighborhood
and makes the unit clean.
She communicates well with
all staff, has a positive attitude
and is a team player.


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14-year-old Brittany Lee

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One of the highlights of the
Sept. 29 Country Fest 2007,
hosted by the Rotary Club of
Ocoee, will be a performance
by 14-year-old country-music
singer Brittany Lee of Or-
lando, who is in the process
of recording her own songs
for her upcoming debut CD.
She is working with Grammy-
;vinning producer Tim Coons,
president and founder of At-
lantic Hill Music Inc. and the
original music producer of the
Backstreet Boys and many
others.
Brittany has had a passion
for music all her young life. As
a 2-year-old, she would watch
musicals, such as Grease, Cats
and The Sound of Music over
and over, while other toddlers
were watching Barney. By the
age of 8, her idols were music
legends Dolly Parton and Wil-
lie Nelson, while other kids
her age were buying Brittany
Spears CDs.
She began her professional
career as a featured dancer and
singer for The Pop Shop Inc.,
a performance ensemble. She
went on to five years of school
chorus and roles in school
plays and musicals, along with
private voice lessons, talent
contests and performances in
charity fund-raisers for Give
Kids the World and the Boggy
Creek Camp.
Brittany recently won the
2007 Osceola County Fair Ka-
raoke Contest and entertained
at the Windermere Rotary
Festival Among the Lakes.
She hosts Brittany Lee Kara-
oke on Kids' Night at a local
Frogger's and plays at wed-
dings and graduation parties.
In August, she was invited
to share the stage at Bench-

Ocoee Founders' Day
The City of Ocoee 2007
Founders' Day Louis Fazio Jr.
5K Walk and Run will be held
Saturday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 a.m.,
starting from the West Oaks
Mall parking lot.
Entry fee through Sept. 30 is
$17. From Oct. 1-12 it is $19,
and on race day the fee is $25.
The top three overall male
and female, top male and fe-
male wheelchair, top three
male and female in each age
group and top male and female
walkers will receive awards.
Participants will also be eli-

6th Annual Poker Run
The Ocoee Founders' Day
Festival's Sixth Annual Poker
Run will rev up on Saturday,
Oct. 13, and will start and
end at Frank's Place, 146 N.
Clarke Road. Those driving
motorcycles and classic cars
are invited to participate in
this fund-raiser for the Ocoee
Police Department's Holiday
Toys for Tots in Need. Partici-
pants will drive to stations and
receive a playing card. Those


Brittany Lee will open for Patrick Gibson, the Florida
Cracker Boy, at the Rotary Club of Ocoee's Country Fest
2007 on Sept. 29.


warmers in Clermont with
Jim Van Fleet and the Reign
and Jeff Bates, and earlier this
month she opened for Nash-
ville recording artist Patrick
Gibson at the 33rd Annual
Pioneer Days Festival in Dade
City.
She will also open for Gib-
son, known as the Florida
Cracker Boy, at the Country
Fest 2007 to be held at Wild
West Ocoee located at 2151
Ocoee-Apopka Road.
The Country Fest will
feature a lot of music, beer
tasting, food vendors, line

5K Walk and Run set
gible for door prizes.
Race packets, including T-
shirts, will be available Oct. 8
at the Beech Recreation Cen-
ter, 1820 A.D. Mims Road.
The race will benefit the
Health Central Foundation's
School Nurse Program and lo-
cal high school track teams.
Entry forms are available on
the festival's Web site at www.
Ocoeefoundersfestival.org.
For more information, call
Mark Johnson of the Ocoee
Parks and Recreation Depart-
ment at 407-905-3180.

to help needy kids
with the top three poker hands
will win prizes.
Registration will begin at
9:30 a.m., and the fee and first
hand is $10, with additional
hands at $5 each.
Pre-registration is recom-
mended. Mail fee and shirt
size to Lt. Steve McCosker,
175 N. Bluford Ave., Ocoee,
FL 34761. For more informa-
tion, call 407-905-3160, Ext.
3316.


Ocoee Founders' Day Golf Tournament


This year's Ocoee Found-
ers' Day Golf Tournament
will be held at the Forest Lake
Golf Course on Friday, Oct.
12. Registration will begin
at 11:30 a.m., followed by a
shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. En-
try deadline is Friday, Oct. 5.
The fees are $60 per person


(and includes greens fee, cart,
and dinner), $240 per four-
some and $100 sponsorship
per hole.
TFor more information, call
David Wheeler at 407-905-
3100, Ext. 9-1504, or e-mail
him at dwheeler@ci.ocoee.


dancing, door prizes, silent
auctions.
Proceeds from this event
will be used to purchase bi-
cycle helmets and child safe-
ty seats for needy children
in Ocoee and West Orange
County and to fund academic
scholarships for Ocoee High
School seniors, as well as oth-
er of the Rotary's community
projects.
Advance tickets are now on
sale for $20 and are available
by calling 877-852-0745 or at
www.OcoeeRotary.org.


Teen Group to meet
The West Orange Chris-
tian Service Center Teen
Group will meet Sept. 25
from 6-7:30 p.m. Any teen
15 or younger is welcome
to attend. Parental permis-
sion will be required. The
center is located at 300 W.
Franklin St. in Ocoee.
'For more informa-
tion, call Melissa Singh at
407-921-0525 or .e-mail
ms726@aol.com.


Senior Health Day
at Belk in Ocoee
Senior Health Day will
be held Tuesday, Oct. 2,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the Belk department store
in the West Oaks Mall in
Ocoge. This event is joint-
ly sponsored by Belk Inc.
and the Ocoee Health Care
Center.
There will be bingo at
11 a.m. and 1 p.m., as well
as free health testing, door
prizes, informative semi-
nars and vendors present-
ing their services.
Lunch will be provided
from 11:45-12:30, and a
free gift will be presented
to the first 50 people to
bring in this press release
or their Senior Day letter.
This free event is open
to seniors and their fami-
lies in the West Orange and
South Lake communities.


Veterans Services
Office in Ocoee
American Legion Post 109
has arranged assistance for
veterans who need to file for
benefits.
Through the post's efforts,
Orange County Government
has established a. Veterans
Services Office in Ocoee and
agency representative Tommie
Maldonado will be available
Monday and Thursdays to
help answer questions and file
forms.
His services will be offered
at the Tom Ison 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, rat-
ing decisions and appeals; ap-
ply for increases, widows ben-
efits,. burial benefits, pensions,
survivor benefits program
claims and to prepare notice
of disagreements and appeals.
Counselors are also available
for group benefits briefings. To
scheduled a briefing, call 407-
836-8990.
For more information, call
407-654-8493.

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


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The Rotary Club of Ocoee inducted a new member this
month. Miriam Baderian, shown with her sponsor, Mike
Scroll of Colonial Bank, is a longtime Ocoee resident and
owner of Two Sisters Distributing. Club President Lou
Forges welcomed her and said, 'I am just thrilled of your
membership. I know you will be a great Rotarian and that
you will share the good grace of Rotary with those you
come in contact with daily.'


Children's events set at West Oaks Library


The West Oaks Library,
located at 1821 E. Silver Star
Road in Ocoee, is offering
special programs for children.
The programs are free, and
scheduling is not necessary.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time
for You and Baby is espe-
cially for infants birth to 18
months and lasts approxi-
mately 15 minutes. It will be
held each Monday at 10:15
a.m. The rhythm and rep-
etition of nursery rhymes are
used to introduce very young
children to literature.'
Toddler Time, especial-
ly for children aged 18-36
months, will be held each
Monday at 10:45 a.m. The
use of picture books, fin-
ger plays, songs, poetry and
Mother Goose rhymes and
flannel board stories encour-
age the development of ver-


bal and listening skills. The
program lasts approximately
20 minutes.
Storybook Fun for Your
Little One: This read-aloud
program, held each Mon-
day at 11:15 a.m., is recom-
mended for children ages 3-5
years. Children can enjoy
folk and animal tales, flan-
nel and big book stories, plus
rhymes, songs and 'poetry.
Groups, families, schools
and childcare providers are
welcome to participate, and
scheduling is not necessary.
The West Oaks Library
is open Mondays through
Thursday from 10 a.m. to
9 p.m. and on Fridays and
Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. The library is also open
Sunday from 1-6 p.m. For
more information, call 407-
521-3330.


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Thursday, September 20, 2007 The West Orange Times 9A


Don Weir (left) of the Adult Literacy League was recently
welcome to the Rotary Club of Ocoee meeting by Presi-
dent Lou Forges.
Change a life with the gift of literacy


Don Weir, a master tu-
tor, with the Adult Literacy
League. Inc., was the guest
speaker at a recent meeting of
the Rotary Club of Ocoee. He
shared some astonishing sta-
tistics with the club. In Central
Florida, 14 percent of adults
cannot read at a fifth-grade
level. Another 29 percent have
only the most basic of skills or
are non-literate in English.
The Adult Literacy League
(ALL) is an independent non-
profit organization, an accred-
ited affiliate of Pro-Literacy
America and governed by a
volunteer board of directors.
The mission is to affect
communitywide change by
improving individual literacy
skills and increasing literacy
awareness. ALL offers basic
literacy instruction to both na-

Ocoee High Class of 1
The Ocoee High School
Class of 1962 will hold its 45-
year class reunion Friday, Nov.
9, from 4-7 p.m. at the Ocoee
Woman's Club. The gradu-
ates are inviting the classes
of 1963-66 to join them from


tive speakers of English, and
those for whom English is not
a first language. Instruction is
provided by trained volunteer
tutors in either small group set-
tings or one-to-one. ALL also
offers family literacy services
in Orange County in partner-
ship with Head Start and Com-
munity Health Centers.
A variety of volunteering op-
portunities are available. You
can train to be a literacy tutor
(and meet with a student once
or twice a week) or you can be
an office volunteer, help with
our annual "Let's ALL Bee for
Literacy" corporate spelling
bee, share" a special talent or
be a committee volunteer.
For more information, you
can call ALL at 407,422-1540
or visit them on the Web at
www.adultliteracy.org.

962 to include '63-'66
7-10 p.m. as they continue in
the celebration of memories
from Ocoee High School.
For more information, call
Pat Ferguson at 407-877-7875
or Paul Maddox at 407-656-
4371.


Garden Club
holds butterfly
meeting
Robinswood Garden Club
President Dee Stack welcomed
all the members to the Sept. 4
meeting at St. Pauls Presbyte-
rian Church in Ocoee. Connie
Fowler presented a program
on butterflies. This must be
the year to study butterflies
because Bok Tower in Lake
Wales has a series of pro-
grams on butterflies, and But-
terflyFest will be hosted by
the Florida Museum of Natu-
ral History in Gainesville.
Each member shared a but-
terfly. story with the club, and
everyone learned interesting
facts about butterflies. The
smallest is inch long, and
the largest is 11 inches long.
Their average weight is equal
to two rose petals, and they
taste with their feet. There
are 24,000 species, and they
migrate and travel more than
3,000 miles. '
,Also at the meeting, Sharon
Zink distributed hsr club year-
books, and Cook:e Coykend-
all brought a sageplant for the
horticulture report. She uses
the leaves in Italian dishes.
Dolores Taylor gave the
Moment of Thought and won
the door prize.
The ongoing dlub projects
include collecting Campbell
soup labels for the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs
to benefit the Wekiva Youth
Camp and collecting items for
the Ronald McDonald House.
The club's neat meeting is
set for Oct. 2, ard Fred Fall-
man of Clermont will present
a program on hibiscus. Host-
esses will be Wilna Lentz and
Mary Dusek.


Civitan holds club social
West Orange Civitan members recently enjoyed a club social at the Ocoee home of
member Kelly Chambers. The club held its first bunco night. Many members had never
played before, but it was such an enjoyable evening the members agreed to hold an-
other. Prizes were awarded to Kay Buckner for most games won Kerry Herzig for most
buncos, Debbie Cervero for least amount of games won, and Gary Johnson for the trav-
eling chicken category. Shown in bunco action are (I-r) Diana Johnson, Gary Johnson
and Kay Buckner, who kept a close eye on the die.


Ocoee 8th graders to
take on Washington,
D.C., this spring
A group of up to 50 Ocoee
eighth-graders are planning
a trip to the nation's capital
during spring break this year.
They are in need of sponsors
to donate to this cause, since
the students need to raise
more than $70,000 to take
this educational journey.
Anyone who is interested
in helping these young peo-
ple is asked to call Diane
Burnett for details at 407-
292-4636. Any money col-
lected will be divided equal-
ly among all of the students
going.


Pilates classes begin at Beech Center


The Ocoee Parks and
Recreation Department has
begun new Pilates exercise
classes at the Jim Beech Rec-
reation Center, 1820 A.D.
Mims Road.
The classes are held Tues-
days from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
and on Saturdays from 10-11
a.m. The cost is $7 a class,
and registration forms can
be picked up at the Beech
Center. ,
The instructor is Larry
Levin, who has nine years
of experience as an instruc-
tor for various exercise pro-


grams and holds certifications
through the Arthritis Founda-
tion. He has trained clients at
the RDV Sportsplex, Bally's
Fitness and several YMCAs
in Central Florida.
Participants need to bring
their own floor mats and are
encouraged to bring one or
two pound weights to class.
The benefits of Pilates in-
clude improved endurance,
increased range of motion;
strengthening and toning,
relaxation, increased body
awareness and improved
balance and coordination.


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Windermere


'Hermie and Friends'
to premiere at 2
local churches
This Saturday, Sept. 22, the
world premiere of the newest
Max Lucado's "Hermie and
Friends" video will be shown
at two locations: First Bap-
tist Church of Windermere
and Windermere Community
Church. Families are invited,
and the event, which will fea-
ture a special guest appearance
by Wormie himself, is free.
The new video is entitled
"Buzby and the Grumble
Bees" and follows the adven-
tures of Buzby and his "mis-
bee-having" niece and nephew,
Beebee and Buddy. The story
Stalks about manners, respect
and doing chores around the
house.
Buzby is voiced by Sam
Mercurio, and the video stars
Tim Conway as Hermie and
Victoria Jackson as Beebee.
Also at the events will be
the writer of the series, Troy
Schmidt. He wrote the first
Hermie video based on the
Max Lucado story and has been
a part of the series ever since,
creating other characters.
Schmidt will speak and sign
copies of his books and videos,
which will be on sale. All pro-
ceeds from the event will go to
"Building God's Family."
The video will be shown at
10 a.m. at First Baptist, 300
Main St., Windermere, and 2
p.m. at Windermere Commu-
nity Church, 8464 Winter Gar-
den-Vineland Road. (County
Road 535), Orlando.
For more information, call
407-876-2234.

Children's events
scheduled at library
Storybook Fun for Your Lit-
tle One is offered weekly at 12
Orange County Library System
locations, including the Win-
dermere Library Thursdays at
11:15 a.m.
These free programs are
recommended for children
ages 3-5 and'younger, lasting
about 20 minutes.
Children enjoy folk and ani-
mal tales, flannel and big book
stories, rhymes, songs and
poetry. Groups, families and
childcare providers are wel-
come to participate.
Tiny Tales: Rhyme Time
for You and Baby is presented
Thursday at 10:15 a.m. This
program is especially for in-
fants from birth to 18 months
and lasts approximately 20
minutes. The rhythm and rep-
etition of nursery rhymes are
used to introduce very young
children to literature. The pro-
gram is free and scheduling is
not necessary.
Toddler Time is scheduled
for Thursdays, at 10:45'a.m.
This program is especially for
children ages 18-36 months
and lasts approximately 20
minutes. The use of picture
books, finger plays, songs,
poetry, Mother Goose rhymes
and flannel board stories will
encourage the development of
verbal and listening skills for
physically active children.
For more information on any
of these programs, call 407-
876-7540.


Windermere Union
book club to meet
Windermere Union Church,
United Church of Christ, has
book club meetings at 7 p.m.
at Border's bookstore in Ocoee
every third Thursday of the
month. Border's is at 9441 W.
Colonial Drive. The church
is at 10710 Park Ridge Gotha
Road.
All are invited to participate.
Call 407-876-2112 for more
information.
The following books will be
discussed at upcoming meet-
ings.
This Thursday, Sept. 20,
Oprah's Summer Book Club
selection Middlesex by Jeffrey
Eugenides will be discussed.
It's about a family with a ge-
netic mutation in its bloodline,
and the book is told by the final
inheritor of the gene, who trac-
es the recessive mutation down
through three generations.
The Oct. 18 book discus-
sion will feature Glass Castle
by Jeannette Walls. This is a
memoir of resilience and re-
demption and a revelatory look
into a family at once deeply
dysfunctional and uniquely vi-
brant.
The Treasure of Montsegur
by Sophy Burnham is the book
for the Nov. 15 meeting. This
novel about the Cathars mixes
romance with religious his-
tory.

Windermere history
books available at.
Suzi Karr Realty
The recently released Win-
dermere history book, Wind-
ermere Among the Lakes, The
Story of a Small Town, by the
late Carl Patterson Jr. is now
available at the Suzi Karr Re-
alty office, 527 Main Street,
Windermere.
One copy of the book is
available free to each Wind-
ermere household. Books are
being distributed during regu-
lar business hours with proof
of residency within the Wind-
ermere town limits.
For other individuals and
residents who would like extra
copies, the book is available
for purchase for $29.
For more information, call
the real estate office at 407-
876-3688.


Rotarians learn the
joys and pitfalls of
ocean reef diving
Retired local cardiologist
Dr. Gene Gross, who is also an
ocean reef diver, talked to Win-
dermere Rotarians during the
meeting Aug. 28 about some of
his dive trips.
According to club spokesman
Bill Criswell, Gross entertained
members with a well-narrated
talk and spectacular slide show
of incredible underwater sea life
and fauna of photos taken on his
many diving excursions.
Dr. Gross, who has traveled
around the world on diving ex-
peditions, explained the dangers,
thrills and beauty of ocean reef
diving. He said the Great Barrier
Reef in Australia provided fan-
tastic underwater photographic
opportunities as did some World
War II Pacific island battle-
grounds, such as Guam and Truk
Lagoon, where he dove and also
photographed sunken ships.
He said the Atlantic region of
Costa Rica provided some beau-
tiful waterfalls and unique div-
ing off the coast with varied sea
life. He added that Costa Rica is
known for its sharks.
"Dr. Gross is a charming
gentleman and well-informed
speaker," said Criswell. "Several
of his former cardiology patients
were fortunate to be in the audi-
ence. It is hoped that he will re-
turn as our guest at some future
date to keep us updated on his
latest diving adventures."
The Rotary Club of Wind-
ermere meets Tuesday mornings
at Town Hall. For additional in-
formation, call Coert Voorhees
at 407-876-6897.,


Retirement party for
Wanda Fischer
The community, friends
and former students and their
parents are invited to a retire-
ment party for longtime Win-
dermere Elementary teacher
Wanda Fischer. She has taught
at Windermere Elementary for
35 years. The get-together will
be held at the home of Mary
Frances Howard, 215 Mag-
nolia St. in Windermere from
2-4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30.
For more information, call
407-876-2707.


De-stress and
simplify your life
24-7 Simplified is a seminar
that will be held in the First-
Baptist Church Windermere
gymnasium this Saturday,
Sept. 22, from 8:30 a.m. until
noon. It is designed especially
for today's busy woman who
is stressed, frantic and over-
committed.
This seminar aims to iden-
tify one's priorities, manage
unwanted interruptions of
valuable time, learn how to say
"no" and become more orga-
nized and less cluttered.
The cost is $20 and includes
a continental breakfast, lunch
and a workbook. Call 407-876-
2234.
The Women's Ministry asks
that attendees support Mend-
ing Hearts by bringing T-shirts,
socks and underwear for boy
or girls in sizes 8-16. Dona-
tions are voluntary.

Windermere Union
Church to celebrate
anniversary
Windemnere Union Church is
having a ?arty to celebrate the
first year at its new location at
10710 Paik Ridge Gotha Road.
In celebraion, the church will
hold a spaghetti dinner Sunday,
Sept. 30, it 6 p.m. with a talent
show to follow.
The public is invited to join
the festivities. To audition
for the tabnt show and to get
dinner ticket prices, call 407-
876-2112 Tickets must be pur-
chased inadvance.

UMW begins
work for fall bazaar
The United Methodist
Women cf St. Luke's United
Methodis! Church will sponsor
the 25th annual bazaar, called
Silver Bels, on Saturday, Nov.
10. All proceeds go to missions
and otherUMW charities
The community is invited to
participate in craft workshops
to prepare for this year's ba-
zaar. Intersted individuals can
come to acraft session on any
Monday a 7 p.m. or any Tues-
day at 9 am. in the Fellowship
Hall of th, church.
For more in formation, call
the church office at 407-876-
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Windermere Mayor Gary Bruhn
appointed to Legislative Council


The Florida League of Cit-
ies has announced that Win-
dermere Mayor Gary Bruhn
has been appointed, to the
Florida League of Cities
Home Rule Administration
Legislative Council. Frank
Ortis, president of the Flor-
ida League of Cities, wrote
in a letter to Mayor Bruhn,
"Your responsibility will
be to work with the other
council members to discuss
and decide upon the many
issues facing our cities that
will come before the Florida
Legislature during the 2008
session."
Bruhn said he is honored
to be able to represent not
only Windermere, "but all of
the municipalities in respect
to the many issues facing lo-
cal governments."
Bruhn is also chairman of
the Orange County Coun-
cil of Mayors and is on the
board of directors for the


GARY BRUHN
Tri-County League of Cities
serving Orange, Osceola and
Seminole counties. In addi-
tion, he serves on the Metro-
Plan Municipal Advisory
Committee and is a member
of the West Orange Chamber
of Commerce Board of Di-
rectors, the Orange County
School Board Concurrency
Policy Committee and the
How Shall We Grow Joint
Policy Framework Commit-
tee.


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Thursday, September 20, 2007 The West Orange Times 11A



Dr. Phillips

Millenia Fine Art to present works


Central Florida Women's League Vice President Sue Goodwin (far left) and CFWL member Hol-
ly Grace (far right) congratulate this year's scholarship recipients (1-r) Porchea Bell, Katrina Ben-
nett, Monica Branom, Lynda Charles, Valeria Restrepo, Ruth Thomas and Trishwanda Howell.


The Millenia Fine Art Gallery will join with
the Museum of Florida Art in DeLand to pres-
ent the work of Florida artist Fran Hardy.
Hardy's recent work combines the ancient
with the contemporary while also combining
realism with abstraction. Known for her mas-
terful Florida landscapes, the artist now draws
from a variety of media and techniques such
as intaglio printing and oil over egg tempera.
Ancient trees and ancient cultures provide
both subjects and symbolism for her work.
Hardy begins with drawings in graphite on
gessoed panels. These detailed drawings are
then juxtaposed with abstract compositions
rendered in a variety of media from egg tem-
pera and ink to oil pastel over watercolor, as
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well as watercolor and encaustic.
Hardy is the recipient of a Florida Individ-
ual Artist Fellowship and was the subject of
Fran Hardy, In a Brilliant Light, a documen-
tary that aired on WMFE-TV. In 2004, she
and her husband moved to Santa Fe, a move
that enhanced her fusion of abstraction and
realism.
Pentimento, Fran Hardy, The Artist's Pro-
cess, another documentary on her recent
work, will air soon on WMFE.
Hardy's exhibit at Millenia Fine Art can
be viewed from Sept. 28 to Nov. 30 with an
opening reception Friday, Sept. 28, from 7-9
p.m. Call 407-226-8701 or visit www.Mille-
niaFineArt.com.


o r V w.n,,


Pictured at the awards luncheon at the Country Club of Orlando are Central Florida
Women's League officers (1-r) Monique Sanders, treasurer; Sue Goodwin, vice presi-
dent; Cindy Reese, secretary; and President Deanne Irwin.


From the left, Anu Jokinen and Audrey
Perrott from A Gift of Teaching accept a
$10,000 award from Sue Goodwin, CFWL
vice president. '


Carol Kane (left) and Sharon Whitley (cen-
ter) of Mustard Seed accept a donation of
$20,000 from Sue Goodwin of the Central
Florida Women's League.


Representatives of Share the Care, May
Ellen Grant (left) and Melanie Lucas, ac-
cept a check for $10,000 from CFWL Vice
President Sue Goodwin (right).


Gary Cain and Karen Atkinson (left) of the
Boys and Girls Club of Pine Hill are receiv-
ing a check for $30,000 from CFWL Vice
President Sue Goodwin.


Women's League presents annual grants


The Central Florida
Women's League, a non-
profit organization of
women from diverse back-
grounds, experiences and.
perspectives, recently an-
nounced that it had sur-
passed the $1 million fund-
raising mark. The group
seeks to enrich the lives of
those in the Central Florida
community through volun-
teer service and donations
to local charitable organi-


zations.
During the CFWL's an-
nual awards luncheon, held
at the Country Club of Or-
lando, the league awarded
grants of $10,000 to A Gift
for Teaching and Share
the Care. The Mustard
Seed received a $20,000
award, and the Boys and
Girls Club of Pine Hill was
given a check for $30,000.
Graduating seniors from
four local high schools


each received scholarships
of $3,000 each, for a to-
tal scholarship award of
$21,000 this year.
At the awards luncheon,
CFWL President Deanne
Irwin expressed her sincere
thanks to all league mem-
bers for their efforts and
support of the fund-raising
events of the past year.
For more information on
the league, visit www.cfwl.
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Ice cream fun
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annual summer ice cream social Sept. 9, with the local children enjoying the treats.

Music concerts at Mary, Queen shrine


Dr. William Picher, musical
director at Mary, Queen of the
Universe National Shrine, has
announced upcoming music
concerts. The concerts will
be held at the shrine, 8300
Vineland Ave., Orlando. For
more information, call 407-
239-6600, Ext. 38, or e-mail
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day, Oct. 9, at 7:30 p.m. Tick-
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Orienteering
program offered
at Tibet-Butler
Preserve Sept. 22
Area residents are invited
to come to the Tibet-Butler
Nature Preserve in September
for the ongoing Eco Saturdays
programs beginning at 10 a.m.
The one-hour programs are
free.
On Sept. 22, guests can learn
the fundamentals of orienteer-
ing. Using provided materials,
participants can explore how
to use a map and compass and
find their way on a white course
laid out on preserve trails.
On Sept. 29, the story of the
scrub jay, Florida's only en-
demic bird, will be explored.
Guests will learn about their
habitat and biology and the
plan to protect them from ex-
tinction.
The preserve is located at
8777 County Road 535, Orlan-
do. For more information, call
407-876-6696.


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The newly formed Sov-
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semble consisting of 10 brass
instrumentalists in Central
Florida, will present a concert
of heroic music by Gabrieli,
Strauss, Bach, Mozart and
more to kick off the season
Oct. 9.
On Thursday, Dec. 6, the
Shrine Choir and Brass En-
semble will present a concert
entitled "Music of Advent
and Christmas." The pro-


fessional choir-in-residence
was founded to minister to
the many tourists and visi-
tors to Central Florida and to
provide music at sacred ser-
vices. The choir is under the
direction of Dr. Picher. They
will be performing Daniel
Pinkham's "Christmas Can-
tata," along with a program of
classical and Christmas cho-
ral favorites by Praetorius,
Rutter, Lauridsen and Whi-
tacre, as well as a Christmas
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Oakland


PTO charges into new year Splishin' and splashin'
The 2007-08 Oakland Avenue Charter School PTO Board began a new school year with Oakland Presbyterian Church recently held a Splash Bash as part of its fall Rally Day for
its first PTO meeting, hosting 72 parents, teachers and administrators. On the board are, Sunday school. Children, including Annie Griffen and Patrick DuChene, above, celebrat-
I-r: back, Heather Rahaman (secretary), Amanda Ford (president), Pam MacDonald (vice ed the start of their new classes with a number of active water games. Sunday school for
president), Peter Staffelli (treasurer); front, Hollie Poynor (community events), Denise all ages is at 9:45 a.m., and worship is at 8:45 and 11.
Pellegrino (special events), Charmaine Owen (volunteers and membership) and Noelle
Herzig (publicity and marketing). Prepay procedures Revival set at Join Oakland


Help church fill
shoeboxes for
Christmas program
Samaritan's Purse has run
the Operation Christmas Child
program since 1993, and local
churches are eager to partici-
pate each year. NEXT Com-
munity Church is participating
this year and will collect shoe
boxes full of goodies for chil-
dren in other countries in time
for Christmas.
Boxes (standard-size shoe
box or similar-size plastic
container) can be filled with
school supplies, toys, personal
items and hard candies. Those
filling the box can also include
a personal note to the child and
a photo of themselves or their
family.
A $7 donation must accom-
pany the box to help cover
shipping. For more informa-
tion on the project or where to
drop off boxes, contact Pastor
Scott Billue at pastorscott@
nextcommunitychurch.com or
407-230-1010.

Sponsors needed for
Oakland's Triple 'A'
Festival next June
The Triple "A" (African-
American Arts) Festival in
the town of Oakland might
not be until next June, but or-
ganizers are seeking sponsors
now.
The purpose of the festival
is to encourage Central Flori-
da's black youth and amateur
and professional artists to dis-
play their talent at one venue.
This year's event attracted
20 different artist groups in
a wide variety of disciplines:
jazz, drama, poetry and visual
arts.
Sponsorship levels for
the June 14 celebration are
$3,000 for Gold, $1,500 for
Silver, $1,000 for Green,
$500 for Red and $250 for
Yellow. Advertising opportu-
nities are also available in the.
.event brochure, and prices
range from $25 to $125.
To become a Triple "A"
Festival sponsor, send checks
c/o Cando Event Planning,
20 S. Rose Ave., Kissimmee
34741. For more information,
e-mail cando01@earthlink.
net.


Donations to preserve
include naming rights
Naming opportunities est are $150. Twelve class-
are available through dona- room tables are $250 each,
tions to the Oakland Nature and six rocking chairs for
Preserve. A new education the serenity porch are $300
center is being built, and each. There are two op-
ONP is offering this op- portunities to purchase a
portunity as a way to raise museum display case for
funds for the facility. $3,000 and two opportuni-
Prices range from $25 to ties to buy lab equipment
$250,000 and give donors at $5,000. A stone fireplace
the chance to have their is $15,000, the staff office
name (or that of a loved is $25,000, and the entire
one) included on the gift. education center itself can
Planks for the boardwalk be named in memory or
are $25, and more than 100 in honor of someone for
are available. Classroom $250,000.
chairs are available at $75 For more information on
each. this program, call the pre-
Trees in the honor for- serve at 407-905-0054.


Lord's Supper Share your
at W.O. Baptist Oakland news
West Orange Baptist Church, The West Orange Times
200 Tubb St., Oakland, will welcomes news from the town
celebrate the Lord's Supper on of Oakland. Residents with a
Sept. 30, during the morning story or picture to share or an
worship service at 11. event to promote can e-mail
To sign up, call the church the information to wotimes@
office at 407-656-9749. aol.com.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED TAX INCREASE

The Town of Oakland has tentatively
adopted a measure to increase its property tax levy.

Last year's property tax levy:


A. Initially proposed tax levy $ 1,338,179

B. Less tax reduction due to Value Adjustment
Board and other assessment changes $ 221,742

C. Actual property tax levy $ 1,116,437

This year's proposed tax levy $ 1,437,877


All concerned citizens are invited to attend
a public hearing on the tax increase to be held

Monday, September 24, 2007
6:00 p.m.
at
Town of Oakland Meeting Hall
221 Arrington Street
Oakland, FL 34760

A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase
and the budget will be made at this hearing.


set for cemetery
The board members of the
Oakland-Tildenville Cem-
etery have established a pre-
pay burial plot policy for the
cemetery.
All installment prepay
plans will be locked in at the
existing rates applicable at
the start of their payments.
Payments must be complet-
ed with two calendar years.
A processing fee of $100
(or $50 per year) applies for
installment payment plans.
The first installment pay-
ment must be at least $50.
Also under the new guide-
lines, everyone pays unless
they have received a pre-
paid letter, have acceptable
documentation of payment
or are notified otherwise by
the cemetery board.
Anyone with questions
can call Diana at St. Paul
Missionary Baptist Church
at 407-877-6616.


St. Paul Missionary
St. Paul Missionary Baptist
Church in Oakland is hold-
ing a revival ThuTsday and
Friday, Sept. 27-28, at 7 p.m.
The guest evangelists are Elder
Jeremiah Ware and his con-
gregation from Leesburg on
Thursday and Pastor Maurice
Alexander of Okeechobee and
Pastor Gregory Clayton and
his congregation.
The church is at 413 W. Oak-
land Ave. The Rev. B Wade is
the pastor.


Nature Preserve
The Oakland Nature Pre-
serve invites new members
to join on one of five differ-
ent 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.


TOWN OF OAKLAND

BUDGET SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 2007-2008

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE TOWN OF OAKLAND
ARE 6.2% MQRE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES
IMPACT
CAPITAL
GENERAL PROJECT ENTERPRISE TOTAL
FUND FUND FUND BUDGET
CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD 115,420 711,554 0 826,974

AD VALOREM TAXES: Millage Per $1000 (o)4.9245 1,365,983 1,365,983

Sales and Use Taxes 576,895 576,895

Charges For Services 368,394 486,500 854,894

Intergovernmental Revenues 53,500 53,500

Licenses & Permits 16,300 16,300

Fines & Forfeitures 53,750 53,750

Franchise Fees 87,000 87,000

Interest Earned/Other 95,120 6,000 101,120

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES 2,616,942 0 492,500 3,109,442

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
AND BALANCES 2,732,362 711,554 492,500 3,936,416

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES

General Government 360,630 253,500 614,130

Public Safety & Fire 1,315,803 19,054 1,334,857

Physical Environment 181,800 152,500 334,300

Transportation 0 535,000 535,000

Debt Service 200,000 29,000 229,000

Human Services 316,893 316,893

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Capital Outlay 40,600 210,000 250,600

TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES 2,732,362 711,554 492,500 3,936,416

Reserves 0 0 0 0

TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES 2,732,362 711,554 492,500 3,936,416

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE
ABOVE-MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


THE TOWN OF OAKLAND
SUPPORTS FAIR HOUSING

The Town of Oakland is committed to ensuring fair treatment in hous-
ing by avoiding discrimination, providing equal opportunity, and taking
affirmative action to correct past discrimination. The Town of Oakland
implements civil rights laws which are designed to protect persons re-
gardless of race, religion, national origin, family status, color, gender, or
handicap in the choice of housing. If you believe you have been a victim
of housing discrimination, contact the Office of Fair Housing and Equal
Opportunity, Room 5116, Department of Housing and Urban Develop-
ment, 451 7th Street SW, Washington, D.C. 20410-1000; (202) 708-2878.
For more information, contact the Fair Housing Information Clearing-
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Thursday, September 20, 2007 The West Orange Times 13A




Social


Tewson-Johnson engagement


MICHELLE AND MICHAEL

Mnlt- iurnmv Mnnanaam nt Korver-Wortham joined in marriage


Wade Holt of Ocoee and
Mary Caylor of Burling-
ton, N.C., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Michelle Lynn Holt, to Mi-
chael David Gurney, son of
David Gurney of Fruitland
Park and Jannie Gurney of
Winter Garden.
After graduating from
West Orange High School
in 2000, Michelle pursued a
career as an EMT/firefighter.
She is currently employed
part-time with the Orange
City Fire Department and
full time with Health Cen-
tral Paramedics.
Michael is also a 2000
graduate of West Orange
High School. After return-


ing from playing baseball
for Thomas University, he
is currently working as an
EMT/firefighter for the city
of Winter Garden Fire De-:
partment.
Michael and Michelle
are currently enrolled in
the paramedic program at
Valencia Community Col-
lege and expect to graduate
together in the fall of 2008
with a degree in emergency
medical services.
An April 26, 2008, wed-
ding is planned at Tanner
Hall in Winter Garden.
Following a honeymoon
in the Bahamas, the couple
will reside in Winter Gar-
den.


Dan and Amy Jennings of Winter Garden recently cele-
brated their 25th wedding anniversary.

Couple celebrates 25 years of marriage


A party was held recently
to celebrate the 25th wedding
anniversary of Dan and Amy
Jennings of Winter Garden.
They were married on Sept.
1.1, 1982, at the First Baptist
Church of Winter Garden.
More than 100 friends from
the West Orange, area, as well
as guests from Jacksonville
and Naples, attended the cele-
bration, which was held in late
August at the church.
The luau-themed party fea-
tured tiki lamps, umbrellas,
fish, leis, flamingos and a life-
sized tiki hut made by guest
Stan Berherns. He and his
wife, Cyndi, also prepared and
provided the food for the cel-
ebration. The cake featured a
brown-sugar icing that resem-
bled a beach and had a topping
of luau figurines.

Habitat looking
and committee
West Orange Habitat For
Humanity is looking for people
to serve on its various commit-
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Nurturing, Building and Site
Selection. Call 407-905-0406
for details.


Danny, the Jennings' 20-
year-old son, was on hand to
help celebrate, as well as Ruth
Greenway, Amy's mother,
and Betty Whittermore, Dan's
mother.
Members of the wedding
party from 25 years ago also
attended the affair. Cindy
Baker and Hannah Green were
attendants in the wedding and
helped serve refreshments
at# the anniversary party. Jan
Walls, who served at the wed-
ding reception in 1982, also
served at the party, along with
Darlene Alderman.
In addition, Emerald Berh-
erns welcomed people as they
signed the guest book, and the
Rev. K. Faye DeSha, who of-
ficiated at the 1982 wedding,
oversaw the couple as they re-
newed their vows.

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The group also needs volun-
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sites, phone other volunteers
or photograph the progress.
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the Web site www.woh4h.org.


Jennifer Renee Wortham
and William Walter Korver
were joined in marriage May
19 at Henry Chapel, First
Baptist Church, Orlando.
The Rev. Wayne Johnson
officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter
of Jim and Pat Wortham of
Ocoee. The groom is the
son of John and Gertrude
Korver of York, Pa.
Given in marriage by
her father, the bride wore a
white satin strapless gown
with a blusher veil trimmed
in satin with a crystal-stud-
ded tiara. She carried a bou-
quet of red roses.
Barkley Franklin of Hi-
ram, Ga., served as matron
of honor. Bridesmaids were
Kathy Wortham of Orlando,
the bride's sister-in-law,
and Nikki Alvarez and Tif-
fany Jones, both of Kenne-
saw, Ga.
The attendants wore
strapless tea-length pool-
colored dresses and carried


bouquets of red roses. Adair
and Reagan Wortham, both
of Orlando and nieces of
the bride, served as flower
girls.
Ed Korver of York, broth-
er of the groom, served as
best man. Groomsmen were
Jim Wortham Jr. of Or-
lando, brother of the bride,
and Robert Krout and KC
McCleary, both of York and
both brothers-in-law of the
groom. The groomsmen
also served as ushers. Cam-
eron Wortham of Orlando,
nephew of the bride, was
junior groomsman.
Suzanne Horn attended
the bride's book, Jacquelyn
Horn was gift attendant, and
Derek and Lindsey Krout
were program attendants.
The reception was held
at Faith Hall, First Baptist
Church Orlando.
Following a honeymoon
cruise to Belize, Cayman Is-
lands and Mexico, the cou-
ple now resides in Ocala.


West Orange High Class of 1988
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ny Johnson, son of Pasquale
and Joann Forcino of Spring
Hill.
Abbey is a 2000 graduate
of Boone High School. She is
currently the office manager
of the Counseling, Corner in

Lakeview High
Class of 1958
Forty-nine years have gone
by, and the Lakeview High
School Class of 1958 is start-
ing to work on its 50-year re-
union for next year. It will be a
chance to reconnect with class-
mates and renew old friend-
ships.
To help in the planning of
this event, call Connie Sim-
mons Reeves at 407-656-4811
or Sybil Scroggins Morgan
at 352-978-3790. Those with
information on classmates is
asked to pass this along.


downtown Orlando.
Allen is a 1997 graduate of
Springstead High School and
is also a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Central Florida. He
is the BI Systems analyst for
Hilton Grand Vacations.
A Nov. 11 wedding is
planned, and the couple will
make their home together in
Winter Garden.

Ocoee High
Class of 1962
to include '63-'66
The Ocoee High School
Class of 1962 will hold its 45-
year class reunion Friday, Nov.
9, from 4-7 p.m. at the Ocoee
Woman's Club. The graduates
are.inviting the classes of 1963-
66 to join them from 7-10 p.m.
as they continue in the celebra-
tion of memories from Ocoee
High School.
For more information, call
Pat Ferguson at 407-877-7875
or Paul Maddox at 407-656-
4371.


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Sunset Park
now has 1,040 students, so
one of Russ' challenges was to
make sure there were enough
classrooms.
To accommodate the great-
er-than-expected enrollment,
Russ acquired 10 new "learn-
ing cottages," or modular
classrooms.
The cottages at Sunset Park
are "larger and designed dif-
ferently than the previous
modular classrooms used by
OCPS," said Russ.
They look just like regular
classrooms and have the same
equipment.
Sunset Park's "technology
is top of the line," said the
principal. "It's a big plus for
schools that are opening up."
The classrooms are all
equipped with visualizers
that are linked to computers,
enabling teachers access to
an extensive list of resources.
In addition to the classroom
computers, there is a com-
puter lab used in special area
rotation and additional com-
puters in the media center.
The school is using the
state-adopted curriculum for
elementary schools. In addi-
tion, students can be involved
in a writing team, math team,
science club, Student Council
and the Accelerated Reader
and Math Superstars pro-
grams. Sunset Park also offers
an Extended-Day program
before and' after school hours
that is operated on campus by
the YMCA.
Russ said parents are very
supportive and the PTA is
very active and hardworking.
The principal said many
teachers have their own Web
sites so parents and students
can communicate with them
via e-mail. It's easy for parents
to keep up with their child's
academic performance.


(Continued from 1A)


The principal invited par-
ents to visit the classrooms
and the school.
"We have many activities
planned throughout the school
year for parents and students
to become involved."
She is looking for class-
room volunteers, and the
school still needs crossing
guards. For information on
becoming a crossing guard,
interested individuals. should
call the Orange County Sher-
iff's Office.
Arrival and dismissal times
are very congested at Sunset
Park. Often, Russ said, there
are 500 vehicles queued in the
morning to drop off students
and again in the afternoon to
pick them up.
The school has such a large
number of car riders because
many students live within two
miles of the school and do not
qualify for bus transportation.
Some parents prefer to drive
their children to school rather
than allow them to cross State
Road 535 as pedestrians or
bicyclists. .
To simplify the arrival and
departure process, parents
have been asked to register
before driving into the car-
rider pickup loop. They are
given a placard bearing their
student's name to place on the
front dashboard of the vehi-
cle. Students are identified by
staff and escorted to their ve-
hicles. As a result, Russ said,
the dismissal process usually
takes only 15-20 minutes.
The school mascot is the
Eagle, and the school colors
are blue and yellow. Students
celebrate Spirit Day on Fri-
day by wearing their blue-
and-yellow T-shirts.
Sunset Park will host its
dedication ceremony Nov. 7
at 9:30 a.m., and the commu-


nity is invited to attend.
Russ has extensive experi-
ence with OCPS.
Before her principal as-
signment at Frangus Elemen-
tary, Russ was the principal at
Washington Shores Elemen-
tary School from 1998-2003.
She was assistant principal
at Lakeview Middle School
from 1992 until 1998 and also
served as assistant principal
at Hunter's Creek Elementary
School for one year.
Russ was an administra-
tive dean at Dr. Phillips High
School from 1990-92 and,
during that time, also was an
SAT math instructor at Winter
Park Community School, as-
sisting students in preparing
for the SAT examination.
She started her teaching
career at Dr. Phillips High
when it opened in 1987 and
taught geometry in grades
nine through 12 for three
years. She was also a SECME
math and science advisor
and a cheerleading advisor at
DPHS as well.
She holds a bachelor's de-
gree in mathematics from
Edward Waters College and
a master's degree in educa-
tional leadership from Nova
University.
She is a member of the Na-
tional Association of Elemen-
tary Principals, the Orange
County Association of El-
ementary School Principals,
Phi Delta Kappa, the Asso-
ciation for Supervision and
Curriculum Development and
Delta Sigma Theta sorority.
Russ is married and has two
sons who graduated from Or-
ange County Public Schools.
Her husband, Charlie Russ,
is a senior administrator' with
the OCPS Pupil Assignment
Office.


Edgewood Children's Ranch fishing event needs boaters
The 14th annual Edgewood treated to a morning of fishing, reels, life jackets, sporting
Children's Ranch fishing event boating, competition for tro- goods, books, dolls and other
is Saturday, Oct. 6, from 6 a.m. phies, lunch and raffle prizes. donations.
to 1 p.m. at the Orange County This is a free event, but boaters For more information, con-
Sportsman's Association, 9020 who can donate their boat, tack- tact Neal Lazarus at 407-383-
Kilgore Road, Orlando. le and time are greatly needed. 4223 or neallazarus@earthlink.
Seventy children will be The children need rods and net.


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over 1000 member businesses and organizations,
is the catalyst for a vibrant community. The West
Orange Chamber focuses on the issues that matter
mott to the business community: improving quality
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Panthers lose comeback bid vs. Apopka; DP falls to 0-3


By Michael Laval

Panther nation is faced with
a reality check after losing its
home-opener to Apopka 24-20
last Friday night. Dr. Phillips,
with its roster of top college
recruits, entered the season as
one of the region's most highly
regarded teams, but now enters
Week 4 winless.
But given the caliber of DP's
opponents thus far South-
eastern powerhouses Edgewa-
ter, Byrnes (S.C.) and Apopka
- the Panthers are likely the
best 0-3 football team around.
With all its district games yet to
be played, Dr. Phillips can still
salvage its season and should
be considered a favorite to re-
peat as District 5 champions.
The Blue Darters jumped
out to a 14-0 lead in the open-
ing quarter, with the first score
coming on a DP fumble re-
turned for a touchdown. The
Panthers got on the board with


a drive that started at their own
16-yard line. Thomas Shuler
rushed for 42 yards, includ-
ing a 20-yard burst that set
up Embry Peeples' 24-yard
touchdown run. Apopka took
advantage of DP mistakes, in-
cluding a turnover deep in its
own territory, to take a 24-7
lead into the half.
After lightning delayed the
start of the third quarter, the
Panthers took the field as a
different team. DP used a bal-
anced attacked to march 65
yards on the opening drive,
which was capped by Shuler's
16-yard touchdown catch from
quarterback Chris Wilkes. On
the ensuing possession, Dr.
Phillips recovered an Apopka
fumble at the 16-yard line and
quickly took advantage by cut-
ting Apopka's lead to 24-20 on
a 15-yard touchdown pass from
Wilkes to Kenny Shaw.
Entering the fourth quarter,
excited Panther fans sensed


their team was on the verge of
completing a stunning come-
back. DP held Apopka and
upon taking possession, the
Panthers drove down the field
with a 27-yard run by Marvin
Ford, a 19-yard reception by
Gary Myers and a 22-yard
Peeples run. The scoring threat
came up short, though, when
Wilkes threw an interception
in the end zone.
DP got another shot with
10 minutes remaining after
recovering an Apopka fumble
at midfield. That drive also
stalled and Apopka respond-
ed by mounting a long, time-
consuming drive that sealed
the game.
The Panthers will regroup
this week and enjoy a sched-
uled bye this Friday. DP's next
game is Friday, Sept. 28, at
University. Dr. Phillips plays
its first district opponent, Cy-
press Creek, at DPHS on Oct.
5.


An Apopka defender comes crashing down
Darter defense swarms in pursuit.


Photos by Michael Laval
on DP tailback Embry Peeples as the Blue


Dr. Phillips fullback Thomas Shuler drags an Apopka tackler in his wake as he plows
through midfield on a big gain. Dr. Phillips does not play this Friday. The Panthers will see
action again on Oct, 5th when they host district opponent Cypress Creek.


Warrior offense stalls vs. Oak Ridge


By Michael Laval

West Orange dug itself into
a muddy hole during last Fri-
day's 15-7 rain-soaked loss
to Oak Ridge. The Warriors
committed 5 turnovers to fall
to 1-2 on the season.
"There is not a high school
team in America that can win
a game with 5 turnovers,"
said WOHS Head Coach Tim
Smith.
After falling behind 9-0 in
the first quarter, West Orange
cut Oak Ridge's lead to 9-7
before the half on a 30-yard
touchdown pass from Blake


a potential game-tying drive
at the end. Oak Ridge secured
the win by intercepting Diet-
erich deep in its own territory
with less than two minutes
remaining.
Dieterich finished 5-for-
14 with 81 yards, 1 TD and
3 INTs. The Warriors also
coughed up 2 fumbles that set
up Oak Ridge's 2 touchdowns.
The usually potent West Or-
ange running attack was held
to only 133 yards, led by Ar-
ron Fisher's 76 yards on 8
carries.
The Warrior defense al-
lowed only 1 passing yard,


record, West Orange remains
focused and optimistic regard-
ing its season goals,
"We still feel we have a
solid team, and if our guys
keep working hard in practice,
we will get this season jump-
started," said Smith. "We be-
gin the real season this week
because Wekiva is our first
district game these are the
only games that count for the
playoffs."
West Orange celebrates
Homecoming this weekend
with Friday night's home game
vs. first-year school Wekiva.
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.


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The West Orange Warriors line up during last Friday night's home loss to Oak Ridge.


Dieterich to Travis Williams.
Oak Ridge extended its lead in
the third quarter on a 49-yard
touchdown run. The Warriors
blocked the ensuing extra-
point kick.
The West Orange offense
spun its wheels for most of
the game, but threatened with


but surrendered 199 yards
on the ground. Nathan Keller
helped keep West Orange in
the game with 12 tackles, 1
fumble recovery, a pass break-
up and a blocked kick. Rober-
son Charles had 9 tackles and
caused a fumble.
Despite opening with a 1-2


"We are close to getting
all our players back healthy,"
Smith added. "We are not
making any excuses, we just
want our fans to know we are
working hard and don't give
up on us. When we get click-
ing, we will be a force in Cen-
tral Florida."


Panther safety Damien Carr collides with an Apopka ball-carrier and makes the tackle.
After lightning delayed the start of the second half, DP mounted a comeback but fell
short, losing 24-20.






Ocoee weathers frustrating loss


By Michael Laval

The Knights (1-2) found
themselves off balance
through most of last Fri-
day's 21-14 home loss to
Freedom High. Poor weath-
er conditions played right
into Freedom's game plan,
while it hampered Ocoee's
spread attack.'
To say the Patriots fa-
vored the
running
game is an
understate-
ment. For
the entire
evening,
Freedom
attempted
only 1 pass
while rush-
ing the ball
60 times for
355 yards.
Three Pa-
triot backs
broke the _
century .
mark. :
"We were
able to slow
them down
up the mid- .
dle [of the
field], but
they adjust- i.:..
ed and ran
outside,"
said Jeff
Wenstrom,
Ocoee de-
fen s iv e
coach. "We
did not do a docdefense
great job of Knights lost
open-field
tackling or
containing the ball."
Ocoee still provided some
excitement for its fans who
endured the night's thun-
derstorms. Cornerback


Rasheed Mitchell tied the
game in the first quarter
by picking up a Freedom
fumble and returning it
50 yards for a touchdown.
Ocoee also blocked a Free-
dom field-goal attempt and
forced another fumble.
The Knight defense pro-
vided a courageous goal-
line stand in the fourth quar-
ter by stuffing Freedom on


Photo byE
monte Florence slashes throuc
e with a would-be tackler on
21-14.

four consecutive plays from
the 1-yard line. Tymiller
Newton and Blaine Cock-
croft stood out on defense
with 18 tackles apiece. Erik


June racked up 15 tackles,
and Terrance Robinson
added 11 tackles.
While Freedom's tail-
backs thrived in the wet
conditions, Ocoee's aerial
attack was grounding,
producing only 52 yards.
Dustin Denman completed
4 passes on 13 attempts.
Ryan Terrell rushed for 47
yards on 10 carries, includ-
ing a 1-yard
touchdown
that gave
Ocoee a 14-7
lead in the
third quai-
ter. Freedom
answered,
though, with
two unan-
swered TDs.
Hope still
remained,
though,
for many
Ocoee fans
who waited
through a
45-minute
weather delay
in the fourth

When play
resumed with
two minutes
remaining,
Ocoee be-
gan a drive
from its
own 1-yard
line. Forced
Scott Tidmus to kick on
h theFreefourth down,
his tail. The Ocoee's kick
sailed only
17 yards and
set up Free-
dom's final score.
The Knights play their
first district game this
Friday at Apopka at 7:30
p.m.


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Sports


Ocoee defeats DPHS in slowpitch softball


The Ocoee High girls
slowpitch softball team out-
scored the Dr. Phillips Panthers
5-2 last week. The Knights
scored 2 runs in the bottom of
the first inning when Lauren
Smoley walked, Devin Crabb
knocked a double, Brittandy
Spencer hit a sacrifice fly and
Miranda Isbell doubled.
DP scored one run in the
top of the third inning on two
singles, but Ocoee's Ashley
Hindes came back to score in
the bottom of that inning after
she singled, Crabb doubled
and Spencer hit another sacri-
fice fly.
The Panthers added their
second and final run in the top
of the sixth. With the score 3-2
the Knights came out in the
bottom of the sixth scoring 2
more runs with back-to-back
hits by Spencer, Isbell and Tif-
fany Coates.
In swimming action, the
Ocoee boys lost 86-62 to West
Orange High last week. Kyle
Santo had a personal best in
the 50 freestyle at 25.78. Jor-
dan Rawski was second in the
50 free, and Aaron Fan won
the 100 breast. Nick Houck
placed second in the 100 but-
terfly.
The girls swim team also
lost to WOHS by a score of
99-56. Winning the medley
relay with a time of 2:17.53
were Morgan Lowery, Lind-
say Holzworth, Alyssa Burket
and Michelle Ely. Also posting
first places were Lowery in the
200 IM at 2:51.88, Holzworth
in the 100 breast at 1:26 and
Burkert in the 100 butterfly at
1:13.
At the Lake Brantley Invi-
tational Swim Meet, personal
bests were performed by Da-
vid Torres, Pedro Santiago,
Brad McCluskey and Houck.
Fan placed second in his heat
in the 50 free, and Jarrod
Dixon won his heat in the 100
free.
For the girls at this meet,
the 200 free relay team (Holz-


worth, Samantha Aguirre,
Ely and Lowery) set a school
record with a time of 2:04.
Lowery also had personal best
times and school record times
in the 50 free and 500 free. Ely
had a personal best in the 50
free, and Kelly Morton had a
personal best in the 50 free.
In bowling, the boys var-
sity lost to Edgewater 2,390-
2,126. Freshman Brad Ham-
ilton bowled high games (200
and 167) for the Knights. Rich
Rambaran chipped in high
games of 169 and 145.
The Ocoee girls defeated
Edgewater 1,891-1,614 to
improve their record to 3-3.
They were led by Casey Pyl-
es, Lauren indall and Rebecca
Dornbush. Pyles bowled high
games of 148 and 140, and
Dornbush bowled a 419 se-
ries.
The Ocoee High cross
country teams competed in
the Lake Brantley Open this
past weekend. In the junior
varsity races, the Knights had
all novice runners. Kevin Do
led the way with a time of
24:09. Scott Tyler ran a 24:14,
and was followed by Josh Wil-
son and Hoa Le. Leading the
girls J.V. was Roesha Thomas
in her first-ever 5K in a time
of 30:27. She was followed by
Nicola Daley at 31:36.
The girls varsity finished
fifth out of 15 teams. Alyssa
Burkett was second over-
all out of 130 runners. Other
notable performers: Lutrisha
Altidor, Shenequa Fisher and
Kristen Smith.
The boys varsity finished
19th out of 20 teams, led by
Jeffrey Wood at 21:58, fol-
lowed by Michael Levins,
Edgard Colon, Ralph Barden,
Ryan Murphy and Karee
Pitts.
The Knights will compete
this Saturday at Trotter Park
on Lee Road beginning at 8
a.m.
The ninth-grade football
team's game was called be-


cause of weather but will play
Apopka at home this Thurs-
day at 6 p.m. In J.V. football,
Ocoee lost a hard-fought de-
fensive struggle last Thursday
to Freedom High 7-0. The
Knight defense led by Na-
taki Morris held Freedom to
122 yard total offense and no
passing yards. Freedom's lone
score was on a recovered OHS
fumble in the end zone late in
the fourth quarter. The team
will play at home this Thurs-
day vs. Apopka.
In golf, the Knights lost to
Boone 168-175, led by Zach
Moore with a 37.
In their first game of the
season, the girls volleyball
team dominated the Wekiva
High Mustangs in 3 game, 25-
19, 25-15 and 25-24. Sarah
Lucas racked up 19 assists
and one ace. Aredlia Morris
and Kim Corbitt dominated
the net with 10 kills each, and
Morris earned 5 aces. Court-
ney Tarpley had 3 k ills and
2 acres, and Bianca Carattini
and Rasheeda Pierre helped
out with 6 aces and 1 ace, re-
spectively.
The J.V. team lost to West
Orange 25-18 and 25-12 and
was led by Elizabeth Vasquez.
The varsity team played an
intense game vs. West Orange
last week and pulled out a vic-
tory in 4 games, 18-25, 25-19,
25-22, 25-17. Morris racked
up 10 aces, 1 block and 6 kills.
Lucas had 14 assists, and Tar-
pley and Corbitt earned 5 kills
each.
The varsity also competed
in the University High Volley-
ball Tournament., With roughly
25 teams playing in a two-day
period, the Knights put forth a
valiant effort. They lost to Yu-
lee High in 2 games and Lady
of Lourdes in 3 games, before
defeating Windermere Prep in
2 quick games and Colonial
in 3 games to bring home an
award to OHS. Allison Jarrett
contributed 27 good serves
and 5 aces.


WOHS Homecoming this week
West Orange High School celebrates Homecoming this week. Pictured (1-r) are the
WOHS 2007 Homecoming court: front row, Rob Jones, Nathan Keller, Sam Cappleman,
Kyle Morrison, Stefanie Carrier, Daniel Andrews, Latasia Bignall, Michael Albaladejo,
Melanie Woods, Rajendra Carter, Ayveron Gilreath, lan Hamilton; back row, Lorena Per-
ez, Megan Miller, Mandy Boyd, Laci Schwenneker, Andy Wittman and (in back) Arron
Fisher. The Homecoming coronation will begin at 6:30 p.m. prior to this Friday's Warrior
football game. The Homecoming parade will start at 3 p.m. Friday and run through down-
town Winter Garden on Plant Street.


Lady Panther volleyball gets off to hot start


The Dr. Phillips High varsi-
ty girls volleyball team broke
out with a 4-0 record to start
the season. The Lady Panthers,
defeated host Evans 25-8, 25-
10, 25-8 last Thursday. Soph-
omore Tiffany Strong led the
way with 10 service aces.
Earlier in the week, sopho-
.mores continued to dominate
the action as Megan Hodges
recorded 15 kills and Marisa
Gaynor tallied 7 blocks in
DP's 25-10, 25-12, 25-14 vic-
tory over East Ridge. Allison
Heaney provided 18 service
points.,
The junior varsity girls
volleyball team evened its
season record at 2-2 With last
week's 25-16, 25-11 victory
over Evans. Lindsay Lee stood
out with 5 aces and 6 kills.
The Panther varsity boys
golf team edged closer to a
share of the Metro Conference
title as it defeated Edgewater
155-165 and Boone 155-175
last week. Randy Kurzinsky


paced the 8-0 Panthers by
shooting an even-par 36.
: The varsity girls golf team
split its matches last week vs.
Freedom (227-273) and Boone.
(227-209). Cierra Hong. (52)
and Stephanie Lewis (55) shot
low scores for Dr. Phillips.
Evan Byron rolled a season-
high 639 series to lead the DP
varsity boys bowling team
to a 2,416-2,039 victory over
rival West Orange. The Lady
Panther bowling team won by
forfeit.
The Dr. Phillips varsity
slowpitch softball team
scored in the first inning and
remained tied for five innings
before Edgewater scored 5
unanswered runs in a 6-1 loss.
DP's Devin Carr went 3-for-3
at the plate with an RBI.
DP fell to Ocoee 5-2 earlier
last week. Through the sea-
son's first four games, sopho-
more Brittanie Sullivan held.
a .500 batting average with a
double, triple and home run.


Jamie Pindulic was hitting
.455 with 6 runs scored. Fresh-
man Samantha Randazzo had
a .364 average with 2 doubles
and 7 RBIs, while junior Susie
Stimmel held a .364 average
with 2 doubles.
The Lady Panther varsity
swim and dive team opened
its season with a strong 215-83
victory over Apopka. Cristina
Sanchez captured the 50 free-
style and 100 fly events, Halie
Lacey won both the 200 and
500 freestyle, Alice Horton
took 1st in the 200 individual
medley and 100 backstroke
and Ellice Mae Sanchez was
the winner in the 100 freestyle
and 100 breaststroke. DP also
won all three relay events, and
Marissa Kotzin placed 1st in
the diving competition.
The varsity boys swim and
dive team had a more difficult
time vs. Apopka, falling 191-
115. Ben Tuchton was DP's
lone individual winner, taking
the 100 breaststroke.


Ocoee High Subway Athletes of the Week
Jean Legere of Ocoee Subway recently presented plaques to the Ocoee High School
Subway Athletes of the Week. Pictured are (l-r): Bill Chambers, athletic director; Legere;
Bradley Hamilton; Jonathan Jenkins; Travis Cook; and Michael Armbruster, principal.


EMBRY PEEPLES


Touchdown Club
honors DP's
Embry Peeples
The Orlando Touchdown
Club honored Dr. Phillips
High senior tailback Embry
Peeples for his Week 1 per-
formance in the DP-Edge-
water football game on Aug.
30.
Peeples rushed for a career-
high 223 yards, which also
marked the second-highest
rushing total in DP school
history. Peeples accepted his
award at a Touchdown Club
dinner last week.
Peeples has given a ver-
bal commitment to sign with
Georgia Tech's 2008 recruit-
ing class.


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Golf


Gathered at the Keene's Pointe Ladies Golf Association's annual season-opener event
earlier this month are board members (1-r) Joanne Matinrazm, vice president; Carol La-
zenby, secretary; Pam Fouche, president; and Lisa Krause, treasurer.


Johnny Damon Foundation Celebrity Golf
Classic returns to Keene's Pointe


Keene's Pointe will once
again play host to the Johnny
Damon Foundation Celebrity
Golf Classic.
. The foundation is a non-
profit 501(c)3 organization
created by Dr. Phillips High
graduate and current New York
Yankee baseball player Johnny
Damon. Its purpose is to raise
and donate funds to charitable
organizations that promote the
future success of disadvan-
taged youths by assisting pro-
grams that provide leadership
and growth opportunities for
children at risk.
Proceeds from the Johnny
Jam '07 celebrity pairings
party and the golf classic will
go directly into the Johnny.
Damon Foundation, and West
Orange charitable groups are


certain to benefit from some of
the donations.
The festivities, including
the golf classic, will take place
over a two-day span, com-
mencing on Tuesday, Nov.
13, with Johnny Jam '07.
The celebrity pairings party,
presented by Johnny and Mi-
chelle Damon, will take place
at 7 p.m. at Blue Martini at the
Mall at Millenia. The evening
will include live music, food,
drinks and both silent and live
auctions. Actor and comedian
Mike O'Malley will serve as
master of ceremonies.
A limited number of tick-
ets will be made available for
public purchase to the exclu-
sive, private party.
"Johnny is very excited to
be hosting Johnny Jam '07


and the golf classic," said Ar-
den Czyzewski, director of the
Johnny Damon Foundation.
"Johnny is packing these events
with fun, surprises and special
guest appearances for all the
attendees to enjoy; knowing
the money raised from these
events will have a great impact
on so many lives."
The Johnny Damon Foun-
dation Celebrity Golf Classic
at Keene's Pointe will have a
shot-gun scramble start at 1
p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14. A
barbecue reception and awards
ceremony will immediately
follow. Every foursome will
be teamed up with a celebrity
player.
For more info. call 407-656-
1304 or lwolf@wochamber.
com.


KPLGA members (I-r) Sherry Glisson, Laurie Bratton and Kathy Bandy enact a comedy
skit to demonstrate that cell phone use on the course is considered poor golf etiquette.

Keene's Pointe Ladies present etiquette skit


The finer points of golf
etiquette were explained
through a comedy skit at the
annual Keene's Pointe Ladies
Golf Association season-
opener, held Sept. 4 in the


Magnolia Room at Keene's
Pointe's Golden Bear Club.
Sherry Glisson, Laurie
Bratton and Kathy Bandy
starred in the skit that also
featured Rita Brown, Rose


McCormick, Carol Lazen-
by, Joanne Matinrazm, Lisa
Krause, Sharon Sartin and
Evie Van Rens. In all, 46
KPLGA members attended
the event.


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Schools


West Orange High Theater opens season with Disney's 'Aladdin Jr.'


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The West Orange High
School Theater, under the di-
rection of Ken Rush, will open
its 2007-08 season with Dis-
ney's Aladdin Jr. This fam-
ily musical is a special stage
adaptation of the movie Alad-
din and includes songs from
the film, such as "Whole New
World and "Friend Like Me."
This production, which fea-
tures students from numerous
local middle and elementary
schools, will have three spe-
cial in-school performances
for local elementary students
and six public performances
beginning Oct. 1.
The show will star Andrew
Tongue in the title role, with
Kristen Cervone playing his
romantic counterpart, Jas-
mine. Senior Rob Mobley will
portray the Genie, a role made
famous by Robin Williams on
the big screen.
The cast will also include
Mark Glass as Jafar, Michael


Ross as lago, Justin Durgana
as Abu and Angelique Neu-
mann and Aimee Berger as the
Magic Carpet.
The role of Jasmine's moth-
er will be played by Giany
Beltran. Whitney Abell, Lind-
sey Mixon, Meredith Rhein
and Rushana Lewis will come
together as the narrators for
the evening.
Rounding out the cast
are Cole Abell, Clint Rivas,
James Bartel, Tyrone Speller,
Michael Privette, Grace Lew-
is, Alex Maciel, Abby Grif-
fith, Astrid Gonzalez, Aleli
Matias, Adriana McGee, El-
lyn Smith, Vincent Van Rijn,'
Elina Moon, Annelise Moon,
Clarissa Moon, Erin Schulte,
Michael Mogg and Brooke
Morris.
Also, Daisy Orihuela,Ariana
Anzola, Chase Countryman,
Stephen Countryman, Cassie
Countryman, Allie Brienza,
Heather Wood, Macy Rhein,


Kathryn Ross, Olivia Griffith,
Colin Ehrbar, Irene Orcasitas,
Kendall DeFranco, Julia Ham-
mond, Hope D'Erasmo, Ricky
Watters, Jesse Ramsdell, Ben
Winkleman, Ethan Winkle-
man, Natalie Turniczek, Neta
Efstein, Noy Efstein, Katie
McKenna, Myriad Speller and
Karina Mirabal.
Also, Abby Bowen, Ally-
son Demeanor, Kendall Sein,
Christy Bartel, Lauren Chill,
Baily Long, Chelsea Myrers,
Francine Gonzalez, Darryl
Bowen, Michael Mogg and
Landry Daughtry.
The technical duties of the
production are under the di-
rection 'of Benjamin Rush,
WOHS alumni and OCPS
volunteer. Tara Whitman, an-
other WOHS alumni, will be
creating the choreography
for the show. Taylor Aldrich,
last year's star of Peter Pan,
is Aladdin stage manager, and
she will be assisted by Kendra


Bartel and Kristen Litteral.
Bryan Blount will oversee
the construction of the set,
with assistance from Jesse
Bethke and Amira Elmaghra-
by. Beltran, Durgana and Bro-
gan Haynes will handle the
duties of costume chief, props
chief and sound chief, respec-
tively.
The show opens Wednes-
day, Oct. 3, and runs Oct.
3-6 at 7:30 p.m. with 2:30
matinees on Oct. 6 and 7.
All tickets are $10 and can
be purchased from cast and
crew members. Reservations
can also be made by calling
407-905-2400, Ext. 2282, and
then picking up the tickets at
the box office prior to the per-
formance.
The show will be presented
in the Harold Cooper Per-
forming Arts Center on the,
WOHS campus, located at
1625 Beulah Road in Winter
-Garden.


Dillad0Sree


The 2007-08 faculty and staff of Dillard Street Elementary School cordially invited DSES parents to attend open house
this Thursday,.Sept. 20.


Open house
The Dillard Street open
house is scheduled for
Thursday, Sept. 20, from
5:30-7 p.m. There will also
be a special meeting for


parents of third-graders re-
garding FCAT at 5 p.m. in
the cafeteria.

Important information
Mid-term progress re-


ports will go home with stu-
dents this Friday, Sept. 21.
Support Dillard Street's
School Nurse Program.
Please send in your $20
donation as soon as pos-


sible.
Join PTA. The cost is
just $5.
Send in Box Tops for
Education and Campbell's
Soup Labels.


PTSA members Susan Sullivan (left) and Jane Shafer
sell magnets during Southwest Middle School's orienta-
tion. Proceeds from the sales will help offset expenses for
student activities throughout the year. During orientation,
students were able to pick up schedules, and 6th-graders
visited classrooms and met with their teachers.


Winermre


Fifth-grade students at Windermere Elementary enjoy be-
ing a part of the science lab's Zoo Crew. Part of their daily
duties include caring for the animals, enriching the animals
by taking them out for 'walks' and noting the animals' daily
health and well-being to the science lab teacher, Lynn Tid-
mus. Zoo Crew members come early to school and also
leave class 15 minutes early in the afternoon to fulfill their
duties of animal care. Pictured are (l-r): (front row) Isabella
Plummer and Alexandra Kata; and (back row) Joseph Hor-
sham, Rhys Wells and Melissa Hummel.


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'Share the Vision' of OCPS on Oct. 3 at University High


The public is invited to learn
how Orange County Public
Schools achieves successes de-
spite modem-day challenges
at the free Mary Ellen Dugan
"Share the Vision" Conference
at University High on Wednes-
day, Oct. 3, from 3 to 6:15 p.m.
The event has three seg-
ments: workshops, a panel dis-
cussion and the annual "State of
the Schools" address by Super-
intendent Ronald Blocker.
The workshops will focus


on four topics: cyber-bullying
prevention, dropout preven-
tion, advances in the district's
rigorous high-level academic
programs and the district's new
strategic plan in a dialogue with
three school board members.
The panel discussion featur-
ing education, business and
community leaders will focus
on preparing students for life
after high school.
Refreshments and entertain-
ment will be provided, and door


prizes will be awarded (must be
present to win).
To register to attend, go to
www.sharethevision.ocps.net/.
Then bring the registration con-
firmation e-mail to the event to
be eligible for the grand prize.
This is the first year the con-
ference is named in honor of
Mary Ellen Dugan, who was a
dedicated member of the orga-
nizing committee and long-time
community activist. She passed
away March 5.


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the Orchestra Institute of America that will be offering after-school courses to the stu-
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6B The West Orange Times Thursday, September 20, 2007


I Huphres Jr


Central Florida Christian Academy started off the year
with 2 days of spiritual emphasis and games. Teams were
made by combining 6th- through 12th-grade students,


Chi f ae


Students at Humphreys Junior High often play Eggspert,
'. ?'.':' a quiz bowl-type game in which contestants compete to
., .. ,.. be the first to buzz in and give the correct answer to ques-
S:,t .., : tions about their history lessons. Members of the winning
"' team get to select goodies from a prize box. Ethan Ma-
who worked together in competitions, including Scripture trisciano (left) and Wesley Reynolds, who were on the
memorization, water balloon toss and group pyramids. winning team recently, show off their blue tongues after
Camp Days have been a tradition at CFCA since 1999. consuming a blue candy pop from the prize box.


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Tildenville Elementary is getting very health conscious. For 30 minutes a day, teach-
ers and students have chiseled time in their already busy schedules of reading, writing
and math to keep minds and bodies in good shape. Teachers educate their students
on proper nutrition, quality character and physical fitness. Each day of the week, class-
rooms rotate various activities as part of the wellness curriculum. One of the most fun
activities is walking. TES is 'walking' from Disney World to Disney Land in Anaheim, Calif.
Each step is recorded until the school reaches its destination. Pictured is Mrs. Wilkinson
leading her 1st-grade class in its walk along the Tiger Trail.
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Harrison Figura, a senior at Olympia High, relaxes after completing his Eagle Scout proj-
ect at Chain of Lakes Middle School.


Upgraded Garden
Chain of Lakes Middle
School is the recipient of a
beautifully restored flower
garden, thanks to the hard
work of former student
Harrison Figura. He chose
to clean up the garden and


add new plants as part of his
community service project for
his Eagle Scout Award.
Figura spent the summer
studying the garden and
meeting with Brian Boylan,
science teacher, to plan his
project. He wrote letters and


got sponsors to help him cover
the cost of the materials. The
garden is in memory of the
former gifted language arts
teacher, Joy McGill.
The school extends a big
thank-you to Figura for doing
an outstanding job.


Family Christian School K-4 and K-5 classes enjoyed a tour of the Reedy Creek Fire
Department recently. Pictured are: (top) the kindergartners with their teacher, Janet
Chesmore; and (front row) the K-4 class with teacher LeAnn Edmondson.

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Lake Whitney Elementary PTA hosted its annual PTA Volunteer Kickoff on Sept. 10 in the
school library. Parent volunteers were invited to enjoy breakfast and discuss some of the
many ways to be an involved parent at LWES. Any parent interested in getting involved
can also visit the Web site at www.lakewhit.ocps.net for more information. Pictured is
Denise Gregorie (left), the PTA chair, discussing opportunities with parent volunteer Di-
anne Dugger.

Valencia to host College Night 2007


Valencia will host College
Night 2007 on Thursday, Oct.
4, on its West Campus from
6-8 p.m. The evening is free
and open to the public.
More than 120 admissions
representatives from col-
leges across the country will


be present. Last year's repre-
sentatives included universi-
ties such as Yale, Cornell and
Notre Dame, as well as local
schools, such as Rollins, the
University of Central Florida,
Florida Southern and Stetson.
Students can receive informa-


tion on everything college-relat-
ed, from admission requirements
to financial aid, degrees and pro-
grams and campus housing.
The West Campus is located at
1800 S. Kirkman Road. For de-
tails call 407-582-1507 or visit
valenciacc.edu/collegenight.


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Miriam Boscana, Laura Longino, Beverly Powell and Luke Bennett. Not pictured is Tony
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I Monterd6 Aademy


All Montverde Academy moms were invited to attend a
special Welcome Back Breakfast on Sept. 5. Sherri Flynt,
MPH, RD, LD, co-author of the best-selling book 'Super-
sized Kids: How to Rescue Your Child from the Obesity
Threat' was the guest speaker. The moms enjoyed a
breakfast buffet and door prizes sponsored by the 2007-
08 Montverde Parent Association. Pictured are (1-r): Lori
Smith, president of the MVPA; Flynt; and Cindy Crosbie,
communications director.



OCPS expands Career Academy


Orange County Public
Schools recently announced
the expansion of its high
school Career Academy. The
program allows students to
combine academic and tech-
nical curricula in a specific
industry or career area based
on a student's vocational and
academic interests.
The Florida Department of
Education has recognized the
Career Academy model as a
comprehensive approach to
school restructuring at the
secondary level. The Career
Academy is coordinated
through OCPS's department
of career and technical edu-
cation. Currently, 13 OCPS
high schools are offering at
. least one Career Academy.
For Phillip Hennessey, a
graduate of Boone High, the
Career Academy experience
meant getting on the fast
track to a career in finance.
"Unlike my general aca-
demic classes, the Career
Academy allowed me to im-
merse myself in daily dis-
cussions that really piqued
my curiosity," said Hen-
nessey. "The true measure of
the program's success is that
it keeps me thinking even af-
ter I have left the classroom.
The academy has instilled in
me a strong desire to con-
tinue my studies in finance
while preparing me person-
ally for life."
"By expanding the Career
Academy program, we will
be able to offer more stu-
dents with industry-specific
educational experiences,
which ultimately lead to bet-
ter informed, productive ca-
reer choices," said Dr. Susan


Register now for
Spanish classes
at Lake-Sumter CC
Conversational Spanish
classes are scheduled at the
South Lake campus of Lake-
Sumter Community College
in Clermont and the Leesburg
campus.
Register now for classes
beginning in late September
through early November. For
details, go to www.Business-
ResourcesCenter.org and click
on "Continuing Education" or
call 352-365-3556.

LSCC offers
computer classes
The Computer Institute of
Lake-Sumter Community Col-
lege's Business Resources Cen-
ter is registering students for
computer classes at the Lees-
burg and South Lake campuses.
Classes available: one day from
8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturdays
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and
evenings from 6-9 p.m.
For details go to www.Busi-
nessResourcesCenter.org and
click on "Computer Institute"
or call 352-365-3556.


Moxley, OCPS associate su-
perintendent. "The program
is unique in that it combines
teachers from a variety of
* disciplines, including techni-
cal and academic; industry
experts; administrators; and
a select group of students
into a small, cohesive learn-
ing community within a high
school. This is a great exam-
ple of how we are partner-
ing with local business and
industry to prepare a new
generation of workers and
leaders."
A key component of the
Career Academy is active
and ongoing involvement
from local businesses. Based
on the focus of each acad-
emy, an occupational advi-
sory committee is selected to
work with students, adminis-
trators and teachers to ensure
the academy's success.
"Our involvement with
the Career Academy allows
us to support young people
in our community by help-
ing them build a stronger
future for themselves," said
Gary Neveras, senior direc-
tor of finance for Universal
Orlando Resorts.
Students enrolled in a Ca-
reer Academy enter the pro-
gram with a group of peers
who will remain together for
the duration of the academy.
This "cohort" approach al-
lows students and faculty
to develop strong personal
relationships. In addition,
students are provided with
ample opportunities for net-
working with members of
the business community who
are actively employed in the
student's career choice.


PTA meeting
The Whispering Oak El-
ementary PTA will host a gen-
eral membership meeting on
Tuesday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m. The
meeting is open to all parents,
teachers and community. Both
members and non-members
are invited to attend.
The school is located at
15300 Stoneybrook West Park-
way, Winter Garden.
For details call the PTA office
at 407-656-7773, Ext. 2317.

SAC meeting
The Whispering Oak Elemen-
tary School Advisory Council
will hold a meeting Tuesday,
Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. Parents teach-
ers and members of the com-
munity are invited to attend.
SAC is a diverse group of
parents, teachers and con-
cerned community members
who meet monthly to discuss
educational improvement op-
portunities at the school.
For information, call the
school at 407-656-7773.


PLC meeting
Frangus Elementary will
hold its first Parent Leader-
ship Council meeting Sept. 25
at 6 p.m. All parents of ESOL
students are encouraged to at-
tend. During the meeting, the
PLC will nominate a chair and
co-chair for the council and
hold a discussion of future top-
ics antd projects of importance
to ESOL students.
For details call Mr. Grnya at
407-296-6469, Ext. 298.



Annual fund-raiser
Lakeview Middle has kicked
off its annual QSP/Reader's Di-
gest Magazine Program Fund-
raiser. Forty percent of every
dollar comes back to the school.
The funds will be used to meet
important school goals.
Every order is important.
Anyone who usually purchas-
es magazine subscriptions
and knows a LMS student
should consider supporting the
school.
The fund-raiser ends on
Thursday, Sept. 27.

Mark the calendar
The LMS Open House will
be held Thursday, Sept. 27, at
6:30 p.m. Parents will receive a
copy of their student's schedule
and will follow it for the evening
as they meet with their child's
teachers.

Heroes
This quarter the theme for
Lakeview Middle School's ac-
tivities is "Heroes." Recently,
the school celebrated some lo-
cal heroes its transportation
workers. These sometimes un-
noticed heroes work everyday
transporting children to and
from school on the bus.
To honor the bus drivers, the
school hosted an appreciation
breakfast recently. Students
made thank-you cards for all
the drivers and then packaged
them with school T-shirts to be
presented during the breakfast.
The Ocoee Dunkin' Donuts
donated doughnuts for the cel-
ebration.


Lakeview's Closet to help needy students
The LMS Guardian Angel program at Lakeview Middle School
is continuing its project, Lakeview's Closet. The program is in
need of items to help homeless students in the community. Items
such as clothing, shoes, socks and underwear are requested.
For details, call Krystal Andrade at 407-877-5010, Ext. 233.


Ocoee


AP Physics students at Ocoee .High got a lesson in objects falling from the same dis-
tance at the school this week when their teacher, Carroll Stoner, got up on the roof and
dropped different types of melons 60 feet to the ground, including honeydew, while
student Shaun Herring looks on.


Ocoee High AP Physics students Anais Edwards, Ashleigh Drummond, David Wasser-
man, Robert Eisinger, Janna Moslow, Nick Daley, Tiffany Smith, Hieu Tran and Anna Ton
enjoy some of the spoils after the big drop.


The Ocoee High Student Government's executive council met with Principal Mike Arm-
bruster to reveal this year's Homecoming theme 'Knights at World's End.' In honor of
the theme, Armbruster conducted the meeting in pirate garb given to him by the council.
Homecoming will start with a pep rally during school on Friday, Sept. 28, followed by a
week of dress-up days and activities, such as a bonfire, Club Olympics and Spirit Night.
The big game will be against Olympia on Friday, Oct. 5, and the week will end with the
Homecoming Dance on campus on Saturday, Oct. 6. Pictured are (1-r): (front row) Caitlin
Jacobs (vice president of classes), Vicki Kaikaka (treasurer), Jasmine Styles (vice presi-
dent of student life), Krist DiMillo (parliamentarian) and Selene Jacobo (vice president
of clubs); (middle row) Lindsay Gray (corresponding secretary), Lindsey Woods (record-
ing secretary), Jenny Sitagata (vice president of academics), Jennifer Poon (historian)
and Melanie Shepherd (historian); and (back row) Armbruster and Kristopher Stephens
(president).


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and will precede the Wind En-
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Dining


Fresh catch at The Oceanaire Seafood Room


By Mary Anne Swickerath
It's always a good sign
when a seafood restaurant
prints a new menu every day,
one that is based on the fresh-
est fish and shellfish flown in
that morning and that is
what The Oceanaire Seafood
Room, one of the new upscale
restaurants recently opened at
Pointe Orlando, does. In ad-
dition, prominently displayed
chalkboards announce the
fresh catch of the day to din-
ers.
Although The Oceanaire
does offer steaks, veal, pork
chops and chicken, seafood
is its reason to be. A recent
menu featured Alaskan king
salmon, Maine sea scallops,
Georgia rainbow trout, Flor-
ida red snapper, Costa Rican
mahi mahi, Hawaiian bigeye
tuna, Gulf of Mexico shrimp,
littleneck clams, Cape Hat-
teras swordfish, jumbo lump
crab meat and Point Judit
squid. That is in addition to
10 varieties of oysters for the
restaurant's raw bar.
It is fish and shellfish heav-
en.
Executive Chef Gary Hiles
oversees the kitchen, which
produces more than just
grilled or broiled entrees. A
longish list of specialities
highlight creative touches to
the seafood, such as Stuffed
Grand Bank's Sole with
crab, shrimp, brie and fresh
dill; Cantonese-style fried
whole red snapper.with Asian
crunchy salad and plum
sauce; Black and Bleu At-
lantic Swordfish with sweet
onion confit and Roquefort
butter; and Crispy Fried Ha-
waiian Wahoo Katsu with
nori, sesame oil and ginger
cream sauce. Entr6e prices
range from $15.95 to $31.25
except for a $48.95 Alaskan
King Crab Leg dinner.
A standout among the appe-
tizers is Marinated White An-
chovies (these are of the fresh
variety, very different than the
small salted ones in Italian


EmU eea'J .Z .Y Al OTO WB


Executive Chef Gary Hiles is running the kitchen at The
Oceanaire Seafood Room at Pointe Orlando.


kitchens) with baby greens and
white truffle essence.
Chef Hiles recently was
part of a team of chefs who
prepared a seafood dinner at
the prestigious James Beard
House in New York City.
The anchovy salad was part
of the menu that was so well
received.
In charge of the front of
the house is General Man-
ager Dore Samoff, a certified
first-level .sommelier, who
has worked up an impressive
wine lists that includes 31
wines by the glass.
The restaurant has an up-
scale atmosphere that re-
minds me of either Cuban
clubs of the 1930s or a room
in a luxury ocean liner of long
ago, complete with white
walls and cherry-wood panel-
ing and white tablecloths ac-
cented by palms.
The wait staff is also very
knowledgeable and well-
trained.
The Oceanaire Seafood


Room is a delicious addition
to the Pointe Orlando restau-
rant boom and offers locals
a high-quality dining experi-
ence.
Because the freshest sea-
food doesn't come cheap and
because the average price per
guest checks is between $45
to $60, now is the time to
sample the restaurant's spe-
cial prix-fixe menu for $29
as part of Orlando's Magical
Dining Month throughout
September. This menu of-
fers an appetizer, entr6e and
dessert for this great price
(excluding beverage, tax and
tip).
The Oceanaire Seafood
Room is located at 9101 In-
ternational Drive, and its
hours are 5-10 p.m. Sunday
through Thursday and 5-11
p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Valet parking is complimen-
tary. For more information,
call 407-363-4801 or check
out the Web site: www.the-
oceanaire.com.


Where to eat lunch?


By Mary Anne Swickerath
On the August dining page,
we asked our readers to e-mail,
call or write and tell us where
they most like to eat lunch. The
results are wide-ranging. Fa-
vorite lunch spots getting votes
were Bonzai Sushi on Dr. Phil-
lips Boulevard for its pristine
seafood, Memories of India on
Turkey Lake Road for its won-
derful flavors, the Winter Gar-
den Restaurant on the comer of
Plant and Dillard streets for its
down-home food and friendly
service, Brio's at the Millenia
Mall for its consistent service
and food, Crispers on Kirkman
Road for its fresh and healthy
fare, First Watch on Sand Lake
Road for its lunchtime variety
and Tino's Cuban Food at the
comer of Dillard Street and
West Colonial Drive in Winter
Garden for its hot ham-and-
cheese sandwiches. One reader
who eats lunch in downtown
Orlando gave the thumbs up
to Java Lava on East Robinson
Street for its great staff, incred-
ible food and networking op-
portunities.
But the most interesting re-
sponse we received was an e-


mail from Sherri Hawthorne of
Main Street Mower in Winter
Garden.
She wrote: "I thought you
might enjoy a West Orange se-
cret that we've discovered -
the Lunch Lady. Her name is
Theresa Maloy, and she cooks
up lunch for our crew (Main
Street Mower) twice a week
She brings a delicious meal,
complete with dessert, enough
to feed seven to 10 people Her
meals are so good, we now
have several salesmen and cus-
tomers who plan their visits for
Wednesday and Fridays [the
days the Lunch Lady delivers
to this company].
We contacted Theresa and
asked her about how she got
started. She said Sherri and
her husband, Stan, were tired
of the same takeout options
and called her to see if she'd
be interested in catering lunch
twice a week for at least eight
employees knowing how
she loves to cook.
They also suggested she
make up a menu so that other
businesses and individuals
could enjoy the food like they
do, and she now delivers to


Hudson Tire and Joiner Auto
Parts, also in Winter Garden.
Her menu features both
lunch and dinner selections.
For lunch, she charges $10 per
person for a minimum of six
employees. Clients can choose
Mexican Day (with chicken
and/or beef enchiladas, taco
salad, Mexican dip with chips
and dessert), BBQ Day (two
pork sandwiches per person,
-baked beans, potato salad,
deviled eggs, homemade mac
and cheese and dessert), Ital-
ian Day (with a choice of lasa-
gna, baked ziti or baked riga-
toni, salad, bread and dessert),
Chicken Salad Lunch (with
rolls, two sides and dessert) or
Sloppy Joe Lunch (complete
with buns, two sides and des-
sert).
She also will deliver an im-
pressive variety of dinner en-
trees, including beef stew, pot
roast, shepherd's pie, baked
spaghetti, chicken pot pie,
crock pot cubed steak, chili
and soups. Cost is $45 for 8-10
servings and $30 for 4-6 serv-
ings.
For more information, call
407-656-3336.


7 18" 2 topping -i
407-005-0017 Brick;0ven $14.05 :
0Limit 2 per person.
P______ Pizza m.pepon.e
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' Stromboli's 99 W. Plant Street in Winter Garden


Epcot Food & Wine Festival on stage Sept. 28-Nov. 11


Wine, food and art from
around the world will be fea-
tured at the 12th Annual Epcot
International Food & Wine
Festival from Sept. 28-Nov.
11 at Walt Disney World Re-
sort.
Epcot guests can explore
wines and bites from dozens
of countries, including China,
Italy, France, Chile and Scan-
dinavia during the six-week-
long festival. More than 25 in-
ternational marketplaces will
serve tapas-sized portions of
regional specialties (including
vegetarian and sweets) from
$1.50-$4.50. Recommended
wines and beers will be avail-
able at each international ki-
osk.
Meanwhile, daily seminars
offer complimentary tastes
of wine, beer and food from
around the world. In addition,
a series of special culinary
programs features a lineup of
renowned winemakers, guest
chefs and speakers participat-
ing in elegant dinners, lun-
cheons, seminars and wine
schools.
"Our festival theme, 'Taste-
fully Inspired,' is an opportu-
nity to emphasize the relation-
ship between two expressions
of art the canvas and the


Guests can sample food from
more than 25 regions of the
world in marketplaces around
the World Showcase at Epcot.

table," said Nora Carey, festi-
val manager. "We're showcas-
ing great artwork from around
the world that celebrates food
and wine in many scenes. And
while the theme is an inspi-
rational springboard for our
culinary talent, it also lets us
tell stories to our guests that
will surprise, enlighten and
embolden them to think about
food in a new way."


The Epcot festival has
grown dramatically, attract-
ing a diverse audience of
more than one million each
fall, from wine connoisseurs
and epicures to neophytes
primed to boost their wine
IQs. Beer aficionados can
raise their steins at several
tasting locations, including
Germany's Biergarten, that
specialize in brews light to
dark.
"There's no other festival
environment in the world
like ours," Casey said. "From
the picturesque World Show-
case Lagoon to the authentic
architecture that showcases
many cultures, it's an ideal
backdrop for the exceptional
culinary and wine-related tal-
ent of Walt Disney World Re-
sort and for the great celebrity
chefs and wine connoisseurs
who join us each year."
To make reservations that
are required for the Party for
the Senses, Food and Wine
Pairings at Epcot restau-
rants, Exquisite Evenings at
Epcot dinners, Epcot Wine
Schools and Regional Feasts,
call 407-WDW-Fest (939-
3378). For more details visit
www.disneyworld.com/foo-
dandwine.


Small bites


Stromboli's opens
in Winter Garden
The former space occupied
by The Grove and Choctaw-
Willy's restaurants at 99 W.
Plant St. in downtown Winter
Garden is now filled by Strom-
boli's NY Pizzahouse & BBQ.
The newly opened eatery
features both thin- and thick-
crusted pizza, Italian specialty
rolls, calzones, stromboli's,
brick-oven baked subs, deli
sandwiches, pasta dishes, sal-
ads, burgers and barbecue, as
well as catering services.
For more information, call


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Signature Chefs
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Tickets are now on sale for
the annual Signature Chefs
Gourmet Gala & Auction that
will take place Wednesday,
Oct. 10, at the Portofino Bay
Hotel at Universal Orlando
and will benefit the March of
Dimes. Guests are invited to
join emcee Barbara West of
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local celebrities along with
Central Florida's top chefs as
they team up to cook a gour-


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Tickets are $150 for individu-
als, and $1,500 for corporate
tables of 10.
For more information, con-
tact Kimberly Price at the
March of Dimes at 407-599-
5077, Ext. 33, or kprice@
marchofdimes.com.


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130 MEDICAL

DENTAL ASSISTANT
needed will train.407-656-
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ORTHODONTIC ASSIS-
TANT NEEDED Universal
Studios area ortho office
seeks chair-side assistant.
Dental experience pre-
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son with right qualities.
Excellent salary & ben-
efits. Call 407/363-4800,
E-mail resume to gloria@
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10/4gg
OPTICAL ASSISTANT/
WORK-UP Tech needed.
Will train must be motivat-
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HIRING EXPERIENCE
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Housekeeper & P/t Re-
ceptionist All applicants
must be able to work 2
weekends a month. Apply
in person @ Golden Pond
Assistant Living Com-
munity. 404 Lakeview Rd,
Winter Garden, FI 34787.
Call 407-654-7217.
9/6gpc
WANTED RECEPTION-
IST and Office Nurse for
Downtown Windermere
Family Practice / Physi-
cians Office 407-646-
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PROFESSIONAL

SEEKING MOTIVATED
Individuals, After School
Care Activities Coordina-
tor, from 2 PM- 6 PM on
school days, apply within
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HWY 455 in Monteverde.
9/20ts
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CHURCH PRE-SCHOOL
Hiring one FIT teacher for
3 year old class.Experi-
ence preferred. Serious
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HELP WANTED- Christian
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Orange.407-876-2874.
9/20pm


140
RESTAURANT/
HOTEL/MOTEL


PERKINS .RESTAURANT
in Ocoee is hiring full time
and part time Line Cooks
and Hostess. Good pay,


benefits & work envi-
ronment, flexible work
schedule, 401 (k), health &
dental. Apply in person at
West Colonial Dr just east
of FL Turnpike in Ocoee.
Call 407-656-4383 EOE/
H/V/M/F/D. 9/13BW
BEST WESTERN in Ocoee
is hiring full time Mainte-
nance Associate. Mainte-
nance position requires
experience in A/C, electri-
cal and plumbing. Good
pay, benefits & work en-
vironment, flexible work
schedule, 401(k), health &
dental. Apply in person at
West Colonial Dr just east
of FL Turnpike in Ocoee.
Call 321-239-8519 EOE/
HN/M/F/D. 9/13BW
OCOEE RESTAURANT
looking for grill cook,
breakfast/lunch. Expe-
rienced preferred. Good
Pay, call 407-656-1181.
9/27ar
ORANGE COUNTY Nation-
al Golf Course is currently
hiring line cooks. We are
looking for energetic,
outgoing individuals who
have a positive attitude
and a minimum of 2 years
culinary experience. Call
407-905-2251. We are a
DF/EOE workplace. 9/20tn
PART-TIME SERVER at
private Country Club,
must be flexible, call 407-
876-1112 ext. 213. 9/27


160 GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT

EXPERIENCED KITCHEN
Manager, Deli Cook, Ca-
shier needed. GOOD PAY.
Mon-Thurs. Food Service
at Auto Auction. 407-947-
6327 for an appt. TFNafs
LOOKING FOR Whare-
house Clerks and Dis-
patcher. Entry level posi-
tion. Winter Garden Office.
407-877- 5657.9/27
2007 POST Office Jobs.
$18-$20.Hour. NO Experi-
ence, Paid training, Bene-
fits, Vacations. Call Today!
(800)910-9941. fcan20
NOTICE: POST Office
Positions Now Available.
Avg. Pay $20/hour or
$57K annually including
Federal Benefits and OT.
Get your exam guide ma-
terials now. (866) 713-.
4492 USWA Fee Req.
fcan20


165 PART-TIME

JANITORIAL SERVICE
accepting applications.
Part time evenings. 407-
953-8965.9/20cm
TRAVELING INDEPEN-
DENT SALES REP. Max.
Travel 6 hrs. from home.
Gone M-F. 'Commission
Position. Company avg.
pays $820.00/wk. Call
(800)225-6368, ext 333.
fcan20
PERMANENT PART-
TIME MERCHANDISERS.
Driveline Retail is seek-
ing merchandisers with
prior retail experience to
service local stores. No


TIRED OF
SUBDIVISION
LIVING?



Historic North Winter Garden Bungalow. 2300+/- sq. ft., 4br/2.5ba, large yard with
Grandfather Oaks and Detached Workshop with electric. Hardwood Floors, 9' ceil-
ings, Granite in kitchen. Totally remodeled and waiting for your family! $399,900.
Call Sheri Loiacono with Windsor Realty at 407-468-2025


At over 900 stores nationwide and in our Ft. Myers, FL, headquarters, we at the
Chico's family of brands pride ourselves on creating an upbeat, positive
environment and offering customers unmatched personal service. If you're an
energetic, enthusiastic person looking for a rewarding career in fashion, Chico's
may be for you! Currently, we have opportunities at our NEW CHICO'S
LOCATION OPENING In OCTOBER 2007 at WINTER GARDEN VILLAGE at
FOWLER GROVES In WINTER GARDEN, FL.
The ideal candidates will possess previous retail experience. We require highly
motivated individuals who demonstrate exceptional customer service skills and
the desire to be on a winning team. We look forward to speaking with YOU
about joining Chico's.
Excellent Benefits Package for Full-time AND Part-time Associates
Generous Employee Discount
Great Sales Incentive Program
Rexible Scheduling
To apply for the MANAGEMENT position, please visit us online at
www.chicos.com
To apply for the SALES positions, you may call 1-888-480-1751
for more Information.
Only candidates who are being considered will be contacted. EOE


CHICO'Sw
Chico's exclusive, private-label designs Include everything from comfortable, everyday
clothing to elegant eveningwear


selling. Must be friendly
and a self starter. Hourly
pay plus bonus for perfor-
mance. Please send name,
e-mail address, city and
state to: efbaum@driveli-
neretail.com. fcan20
P/T CLEANING position
available w/small cleaning
service. $9-$12 per hour
to start. Call for interview
407-928-3849.9/20ms


165
EMPLOYMENT
WANTED

92007
Caregiver Needed
In Your House?
Care giver/Home Health
13 yr. experience
References available
407-905-9203





200 ITEMS FOR
SALE

LAWN EQUIPMENT/BUSI-
NESS For Sale closed in
trailer, mowers, weedeat-
er etc. Call 407-968-1873.
9/27nf
LIKE NEW! Couch and
love seat! 200.00 neutral
colors. 407-287-7627.
9/20
CRIBS 2 Different Styles
of Dark Cherry Ragazzi
Cribs w/storage drawers.
Great condition/hardly
used. $250 each. For in-
terested buyers please
e-mail koontsrt@aol.com
for photos or call 407-
876-8436.9/20rk
WOLFF TANNING BEDS
Buy Direct and Save!
Full Body units from $22
a month! FREE Color
Catalog CALL TODAY!
(800)842-1305 www.
np.etstan.com. fcan20


220
COLLECTIBLES


ANTIQUE WASHING Ma-
chines all prices 407-252-
3747. 9/20jk


240 GARAGE/
YARD SALE

HUGE & RIDICULOUS
Yard Sale, downtown
Ocoee, Sat. 6:30 11:30,
15 S. Cumberland Ave.
9/20dd
MOVING SALE- Winter
Garden Orange Tree Park
off Park Ave. Household
items, ding room suite,
desk. Sat. Sept 22 and Sat
Sept. 29. 62 Hamlin Rd.
9/20f
GARAGE SALE: 203 S
Main, Winter Garden, fur-
niture, office, household.
9/22jt
GARAGE SALE 317 S.
Lakeview Ave. Winter Gar-
den Friday 9/21. 8am til ?
9/20as
OAKLAND FRI. thru Sun.
8-4. 9/21 9/23. Furni-
ture, Household and Misc.
Items. 205 Briley Ave. (Off
Tubb St.)
SATURDAY 9/22, 7:30-
Noon. 1257 Climbing
Rose Dr. off White Rd.
407-467-0699 Furni-
ture, PC/parts, Electron-
ics, Crafts, Housewares.
9/20kp
ESTATE SALE Sat. Sept.
22 8 a.m. ? 3 Holly Dr. 2
Holly Dr., Trailer City, Win-
ter Garden. 9/20
GARAGE SALE, Winter
Garden, 260 Gary Dr., Fri
2187 & Satt. 22nd, Fur-
niture, clothes, children's
clothes, beautiful plants.
9/20
GRACE WORSHIP Center
is having their annual fall
rummage sale on Thurs-
day September 20 & Fri-
day September 21 from 7
a.m. 5 p.m. it will be in
the fellowship hall at 1134


ACROSS or Muldaur need
.1 Tiller 57 Less 116 "Frasler"
5'Grandpa plentiful pooch
McCoy 60 Van Dyke 118 "- my lips!"
9 Michelangelo role 119 Loser to
masterpiece 62 Powerfully DDE
14 Ward of built 120 Vitamin
"Sisters" 65 Tractable bottle abbr.
18 "Typee" 67 Wooden 122 Tony winner
sequel strip Robert
19 Callas or 68 Flight 124 Young cadet
Caballe maneuver 128 Very slen-
20 Confess 71 "- Days" der
21 Roman ('75 tune) 134 Sharp-
fountain 72 Hypocrisy sighted
23 Stubborn 73 Bikini half 136 Malice
25 Courageous 76 Foolhardy 137 Practice
27 Fantastic 79 Pigment piece
bargain 80 Masterson 138 Cut short
28 Envelop colleague 139 Mile.,
30 "Xanadu" 82 Ginger farther
rock group 83 Haven, south
31 Trams CT 140 Pants part
transport it 84 Job opening 141 Inflexibility
32 "Red 87 Ceylon, 142 Some
Red -" today bills
'88 smash) 89 Coarse- 143 Jets, Mets,
34 Girl Scout featured or Nets
unit 94 Tahini base
38 Diplomacy 95 TV's DOWN
term "Three's -" 1 Brewery
41 Winked or 99, Loudly, to supply
waved Liszt 2 Give off
45 Journalist 100 Betting 3 Theater
Buchanan setting section
46 Former 101 Shallow 4 "Drums
autocrat area Along the
47 Actress 102 Spring mo. -" ('39
Massen 105 "Sat film)
48 Scrape by, tuffet..." 5 "Tobacco
with "out" 106 Humorist Road"
49 Light weight Bombeck character
51 Reformer 108 Illinois city 6 Wednesday
Lucretia 110 Maritime 7 Done
54 Montessori 113 Nutritional 8 Egyptian


East Plant Street. there are
mens & women's shoes,
furniture, Elis Presley
records, books, records,
guitars pictures, house-
hold items, chairs, organ,
drums, piano and other
miscellaneous items. 9/20


280 ITEMS
WANTED


JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing

SCRAP
BATTERIES
500 EACH

510 E. HWY 50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588






300 ANIMALS
FOR SALE

BEAUTIFUL BASSETT
Hound White & Honey
Colored. 9 Months old.
AKC Registered. Crate
Trained. Has Pedigree
Papers and Shots. $450.
407-575-8104.9/27tf
5 YEAR old Male Boston
Terrier. Shots up to date.
$350 Call Nikki 321-663-
0441.9/20nr


320 LOST &
FOUND PETS

FOUND KITTEN, off
Avalon Road and Alps.
Orange Tabby, 407-656-
8791.9/20cj


340 FREE TO
GOOD HOME


Nobellst
9 Chum
10 Infamous
Amin
11 Philips of
"UHF"
12 Antler part
13 Strawberry,
for one
14 Police
hdqrs.
15 Drop a brick
16 Divulge
17 Ward off
22 "- fixe"
24 Designer
Fiorucci
26 Billions of
years'
29 Common
affix
33 Vane dir.
35 Aroma
36 Responsi-
bility
37 French-door
part
39 Emulated
Gebel-
Williams
40 Amatory
41 Fiasco
42 Genesis
redhead
43 Wilson or
Weathers
44 "- Set"
('57 film)
50 Vocalize
like Vallee.
52 Riser's
relative
53 Metallic
55 Unwell
56 Literary


ORANGE & white 6 month
old kitten, male.Friendly,
sweet,& playful. 407-905-
5287. 9/20t
FREE TO good home, 5
adorable kittens, already
trained, lovable, 407-656-
7283.9/13
FREE 3 month old Pitbull
and Boxer Mix. Very pretty
and playful, 407-718-
3518.






400 AUTOS FOR
SALE

FOR SALE Mitsubishi
3000GT. Fully loaded
with CD/DVD/Navigational
system. Remote engine
starter. Electric Sunroof.
Garage Kept. Sporty HOT
RED. Only One Owner
Kelly blue book priced at
$6,800. Best Offer. Only
serious inquiry please.5
Central Florida Area.Cell
phone 951-906-5508 or
407-654-1873. 9/20va
2002 SILVER Ford Tau-
rus, 93k miles, very clean,
great condition. $3999
obo. 407-947-2803. TF-
Njc


405
ACCESSORIES

4 2002 Jeep Sport Rims
$140. Call 407-832-2329.
9/20


430 TRUCKS &
VANS

GIGANTIC 3-DAY AUC-
TION September 5, 6, 7,
2007 Montgomery, >
Alabama. Single, tandem
& tri-axle dumps, roll off
trucks, truck tractors,
crawler loaders & trac-
tors, excavators, motor
graders & > scrapers,
backhoes, rubber tired


collection
58 Soccer
superstar
59 Hacienda
material
60 Hawk
61 Diminutive
suffix
63 Natural gas
component
64 talk
66 Sanctify
69 "... .man -
mouse?"
70 Turkish title
73 Myerson or
Truman
74 Not as
common
75 Originate
77 Arrive at
78" Blame -
the Bossa
Nova"
('63 hit)
81 Telescope
sighting
85 Oven
setting
86 Eastern
"Way"
88 Donizetti's
"L'elisir d'-
90 Jeri of
"Star Trek:
Voyager"
91 Gator's
cousin
92 Sicilian
volcano
93 Distribute
the deck
96 Trickle
97 A sweeping


success?
98 Soldier on
101 More
granular
103 Ideal
104 Woody
herb
107 Director
Nair
109 Long or
Peeples
111 Surveyor's
need
112 Most
indolent
113 Cat's dogs
114 Harvests
115 Davis of
"Evening
Shade"
117 Vote in
121 -
Spumante
123 Challenge
125 Fontaine
role
126 carotene
127 Cheese-
board
choice
129 Harper
Valley grp.
130 Rainy
131 Yank
132 Maestro de
Waart
133 Wagner's
fliegende
Hollander"
135 Audio
antiques?


ANIMAL

Super CrosswordANATOMY







2C The West Orange Times Thursday, September 20, 2007

loaders, forklifts, paving, PAINTING PROS and $450 mo. $190 dep. 407- WINTER GARDEN Open off DanielsRd near new
skidders, feller bunchers, Pressure Washing LLC. 877-9450.9/27rl House Sat /Sun 1-4pm WG Village, large live H E L MM AM O S P I I E T A S E L I A
log loaders, farmtractors. Husband and Wife Team 282 Woodland 3/2 oaks, 2 billboards with 0 M 001I V A A DM I T R E V I
J.M. Wood Auction Co., Ready To Work For You. TWO ROOMS for rent, one $250,000 reduced $20K, income 321-228-1546.
Inc. (334)264-3265, Bry- Interior Exterior Pressure Winter Garden furnished and one unfur- Primac Realty call Jean 10/4bh P I G H E D E D N H E T E D
ant Wood AL LIC #1137. Washing. $150.00 cash 1,2&3Bedroom. Theultlmate nished, walking distance 407-929-7048.9/6jpr S ST EAL WRA-L O OR E
SInyammrnetaes.FUeis2/Garage tostore, in Winter Garden, 5 ACRES, Disney Area, *W NE T
fcan30 f yorNefighbor i Call Marcos Ava lem ar all utilities included, $115 OPEN HOUSEINICE 4/2 407-448-2775.10/11 Arew W
Torrez 407-924-6324. Clermont per week each, 407-877- WESTON PARK SUBDI- B E C K ON E E D N A R
9/20 4/3w/250 plus sq. ft.conve- 8992.9/13rf VISION, OCOEE. SUN BY OWNER NW Florida -O K E NCE MOT
460 BOATS -- nentlocation.Greatviews.2to .1:30-4:00 PRICE RE- Land. 60 Acre Farm, 2300 0 AEKE 0 UN C E0 M 0 TIT
choosefrom.Asklng$1,400. $600-ROOM FOR rent in DUCED $278,000, 1868 SF House 3br/3ba, In- M A R I A S PI AR S E R P ET R I E
16' BASS Tracker w/ 25hp Winter Garden, Winter SQ FT close to shopping ground pool, Barn, Creek, B U L L N C K E D 0 B E E I E N T
Johnson.$1500. Call407- WELL DRILL Orlando Oaks subdivision. Rent in- & West Oaks Mall, 2212 Deer, Turkey, 50 minutes
2329 9/Metrowest 2/2 Condo. Conve- cludes everything (Bright- E.H. POUNDS DR.(off Sil- to Destin. $590k. Beauti- AT H L 0 P L DA C NT
832-2329.9/20 PUMPS nient central location. Asking h
S. More homentrallocationdoAsking house high speed wireless ver Star & Johio Shores ful Choctawhatchee Bay B R A HA E B R A I N E-D D Y E
2000 16' American Eagle Smith Brothers Available. ond internet, cable, dvr, all util- Rd.)407-575-6594. rh9/6 Front Lot. Large view ofT S L
"Gheenoe like." Live well, Marshall Farms Rd. cities, washer/dryer). New Bay. 8 minutes to Gulf E A R P- A L E A-A S T L 0 T
2 builatformst- inn tackle boxes, 2 CaEE and is across from the MARKET Completely 834-2550.10/11mp F RI TI
tric trolling motor. Galva- 656-5883 or EFAAdvacednRealeAssc wates west orange trail. Close to Renovated 3BR/2BA 702 -
nized trailer. $1,000 firm. advancedrealty-era.com turnpike, new Winter Gar- Apricot Dr. Seller pays RE NI A R i NA
407-877-9676.9/13ps 656-4394 Email: advancedreaiyahoo.com den Village, and historic closing costs and home 7i E--R- MA Z I N AUT I C
Licensed Bonded Vine Village Plaza, district. Please, no pets. warranty. $199,500 407- 760 MOBILE
*Water or no Pay CR 535 & 50, Winter Garden Call Kelly @ 321-695- 256-9731.9/13tw HOMES P RE IN D D E i A D
IIEL-3435.9/2knDA PL E
Servicing of Central Florida 435.0% DOWN When you own MOBILE HOME for saleD A L E B E
rev ".1 mo "et Io 610 CONDO AND LAKEFRONT EFFICIENCY land. Modular, Mobile, & 1990, Double-wide ready ASPW -A I STI D EAGLEE YED
TOWNHOUSE $180/wkly. Utilities in- Stilt Homes. Come visit to move to your lot, 1400 S P I T E E T U D E C R O P S R T A
S.E. Dollen, Inc. eluded. 407-461-5332. our Plant City Model cen- sq. ft., needs recondition- S E A T R I G I0 R T E S E A M
500 MEDICAL & nter Garden lo CONDO FOR Rent 2/2 9/20ae ter with over 20 model ing, $10,000 080, 407-
HEALTH nta eln Screen Porch $785Mo 2832to view (800)622- 77-271. 9/20cm NORTH CAROLINA Cool to Jefferson Nat'l Forest. XX-2247, is pending in the
contractor serving in Winter Garden washer/ 23TWO TRAILERS for sale, Mountain Air, Views & State road frontage A per- CircuitCourtfor0rangeCoun-
MATURE COMPASSION- Central FL since 1983. dryer included.407-877- 640 WAREHOUSE 3/2 POOL home $245k 2 Handy Man Special, Streams, Homes, Cabins fect getaway $294,900. address obatwhchis425
ATE caregiver will assist All Service Techs are 2728. 9/27 car garage, large family Financing is needed, & Acreage. FREE BRO- Call now (877)202-2727. Orange Avenue, Room 340,
elderly in your home. Call Jol- LICENSED r CONDO WINTER AR WAREHOUSE/OFFICEAP- room, screened in patio, one is $2500 and the CHURE (800)642-5333. fcan20 Orlando, Florida 32801. The
zheimers experience. Call Journeymenand Master CONDO WINTER GAR- PROX. 700 sq.ft. Private nice workshed in fenced other is $2000, 407-877- Realty Of Murphy 317 names and addresses of the
407-765-1478 or e-mail Elecsscians DEN DiA, ae bath, $550 P.M. L.A Grimes backyard. 407-654-3141. 8992.9/13rf Peachtree St. Murphy, ESTATE HOMESITES in personal representative and
ov2care4u@aol.com. competitiveratescall CMM POOL $800 m Agency, Realtors. Call Larry 9/20jo N.C. 28906. www.real- Gated Lakefront Commu- attorneyaresetforthbelow.
9/6sd andcompetitiverates ContactOMM PBIL $800STRAUGH Grimes Owner/Realtors tyofmurphy.com.fcan20 nities on Pristine Lake's All creditors of the decedent
4076565818 WINDSOR REALTY GP 407-656-2223. TFN in beautiful Western and other persons having
SENIOR HOMECARE By EC 13001719 WINDSOR REALTY GP 770 REAL ESTATE ARIZONA LANLIQUIDA- North Carolina Call Now claims or demands against
Angels Our caring home 407-7163010.TFNwr WANTED TION! Near Tucson, Foot- (800)709-LAKE. decedent's estate onwhom a
companions help SeniorsWAT ball Field Sized Lots. $0 copy of this notice is required
stay at home Respite /2COhin DO or W es t Oaks Mall BEAUTIFUL N CARCOMMER-Down/$0 Interest, $159/ ATTENTION! SOUTHEAST to be served must file th
meal prep, light house- available now, washer Ma CIAL FOR RENT STLINA. ESCAPE TO BEAU-Month ($18,995 total). Real Estate. A collection THE LATER OF 3cMONTHS
dryer and more, 407-654- TIFUL WESTERN NORTH FREE INFORMATION. of Lake, Mountain, Golf, AFTER THE TIME OF THE
work, errands. Up to 24 re. RE5, 407-654- TIFUL WESTERN NORTH Money Back Guarantee! Beach Front and Retire- FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
hrwcare. Reasonableprat. 4259. 9/20 OFFICE SPAC S CAROLINA MTS FREE Col- NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
hr care. Reasonable rates .9Ft,2 Ba $1590 Rent/Plus Do a drive by orBrochue& Information (800)682-6103 Op#10. meant Properties for sale THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
We do things your wayl CONDO FOR rent in Win- Security 509 S. Dillard St and take a flyer. MOUNTAIN PROPERTIES fcan20 by leading firms www. cOPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
VISITINGHomeLocatorNetwork. THEM.
888-5999. Lc.302114299 ter Garden 3br/2ba 1326 W/G Call 407-292-3877. 125 W. Tilden St. with Spectacular views, 1ST TIME OFFERED Colo- net.fcan9/13 Allothercreditorsofthedece-
TNva icCardinal Lane Westside tfnsp Homes, Cabins, Creeks, radio Mountain Ranch. 35 dent and other persons having
TFNva 600 HOMES FOR Townhomes 352-243- W.G. $349,500. & Investment acreage. ACRES $49,900. Priced claims or demands against
RENT 6411.10/11 sk DOWNTOWN OCOEE of- CHEROKEE MOUNTAIN for Quick Sale. Overlook- their claimedent's wie state must file
SUHRPISfice spacq atN116W. McK- 407-656-6845 GMAC REAL ESTATE.. ing a majestic lake, beau- 820 WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
530 CHILDCARE 3 BDRM Hou seencl SOUTHERNPINESCondo, ey. 2000 sq ft, x roll- cherokeemountainrealty. tifully treed, 360 degree MISCELLANEOUS THEOATEOFTHEFIRSTPUB-
Fro Po sen gated and great location, up bay door, easy access 407-468-5582 com Call for free brochure mountain views, adjacent LICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
Front Porch 950mo.0 2/2 with one car garage, to 429, 408 and Turnpike. (800)841-5868.fcan20 to national forest. EZ *LAND AUCTION 350 ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
PM CHILD Care in my For- $500 security. C 407- 407-592-2719.10/4er Available ow. Call Gosse- to national forest. EZ *LAND AUCTION* 350 WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
est Brookecoee Home. 766-3349 or 407-656- R NT R8 GORGEOUS N.C. MOUN Terms. (866)353-4807. Props Must be Sold! Low SET FORTH IN SECTION
est Brooke,Ocoee Home. 766-3349 or 407-656- lin Realty 407-654-6688. GORGEOUS N.C. MOUN- D E a FF L
DCF/HRS Cert $25/ 5660.9/20jk 2/2 CONDO FOR RENT: 10/4SR 710CONDO & S TES fcan20 Down/E-Z FinancingFree 733.702 OF THE FLORI
night;$100/wk Call 407- mOcoee on Central to everything. TOWNHOUSES Acres from just $79,900 EXCLUSIVE ESTATES! Catalog (866)554-3852 EVER BARWRED.
S 3/2 IN Ocoee on acreage, Rent ready. Winter Gar- PROFESSIONAL OFFICE MINUTES TO ASHEVILLE Very rare estates being of- www.LANDAUCTION. NOTWITHSTANDING THE
EpaNmrking for commercial den, near Walmart. $825. SPACE for rent, North FOR SALE: 3 bdrm 2 bath N.C. Enjoy sweeping feredforsttime: Unique ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILTH
AYARE IN home- r es, iler or semi- Call Glen,407-296-4166. Dillard St. 407-656-2812. condo by West Oaks Mall mountain views, A mile of waterfall estate. 120 acreM
M-F from 7:30-5:30, ages $1200 p/mo.321-948- $195,000. Ph. 407-454 river frontage and walg gentlemansfarm.View@ .....LEGAL AFTER DECEDENT'SDATE
1-4. Call- Miss Jodi 407- 0808. 9/20ch OAKLAND OFFICE 7007. 9/20cg trails. Amenities includeom www.troutstreamestates. The date offist publication
299-6182.9/27js Space for Rent Charm- ity lodge& iver com.fan20 this notice is September 20,
FOR SALE OR RENT 2/1 620 APARTMENT ingS Downtown location, unity lodge & Riverside
DAYCARE 24/7 in my OceR ome S2 6C 0T 0 o 720 nN C MOUNTAINS 2 acres COAttorney for Personal Repre-
DAYCARE 24/7 in my Ocoee Home 10b8sqft & DUPLEXES 18'x18' $650/mo util incl, 720 nancing Available. GRAND with great view,' very COURT FOR ORANGE sentative:
Ocoee home 20 yrs. exp.I New floors;custom bath/ 1st Fir. Avail now. Call. COMMERCIAL OPENING Saturday, Oc- private big trees, water- COUNTY, FLORIDA STEPHEN D. DUNEGAN
have a degree in day care. kitchen, tropical lanai w/
Great Rates and ref. We spa407-5790218. 1/1 APT. NEWLY refur- 407-656-8090.tfnjdp tober 13th Call Today! falls & large public lake PROBATE DIVISION Florida Bar No. 0326933N,
have Lots of fun I only bished. W.G. No pets. WINTER GARDEN Two (877)890-5253 X 2987. nearby, $69,500. Call now BLOODWORTH, CAPOUANO &
have two more opening 3BD/2BA JOHNS Lake $550 p/mo. Move in spe- buildings both zoned C-3. fcan20 (866)789-8535.fcan20 IN RE: ESTATECOF BOZARTH, P.A.
left. 407-877-4066.9/27n Area $1150mo w/2car ga- cial, $200 off security. MOBILE One is used for residen- JUNE N. HEDRICK a/k/a ARH A
rage water included range Near historic downtown. 690 MOBILE One is used for residen-UNE NICHOLSON HEDRICK N. Magnolia Avenue, Suite
rage water included range Near historic downtown. tial rental income (can be LIMITED TIME OFFER LAKE EUFALA, ALABAMA File NICHOLSON HEDRICK 00N.MagiaBo nueSu
PINK. & .Blue refrigerator and dish- 407-376-8763. TFNmec HOMES easily converted to busi- 100% FINANCING- Gated Access to lake with corn- 48-2007-CP-001873-0 Florida 32802-2346
HomeDayCare. M-F washer, screened porch. ness) and other is set up Lakefront Community of munity slips. Homesites Division 1 Telephone: (407) 841-1200
7.30to6.00. 2m.to years call Bill Straugh 407-716- DUPLEX 2/1 Rent $800, 2 TRAILERS for rent,.$680 as commercial use with the NC Blue Ridge Mtns. starting at $39,990. Club- Deceased. FaxTelephone: (407) 423-1831
old.2501 Good Homes 3010 Windsor Realty Deposit $1000. 1 Month month or option to buy handicap ramp & parking. 90 miles of Shoreline house, naturetrails & oth- NOTICETO Fax: (407) 423-1JOHNHEDRICK
Rd.Call Marlene. 407-292- Group, Inc.wrgTFN Free Rent. Winter Garden. owner financing if needed $485,000 WINDSOR RE- start $99,000. Call Now er amenities. Call now for CREDITORS P.O. Box175HEDRICK
6306.9/20md 407-656-9762. TFNwgg to buy owner financing ALTY GROUP, INC 407- (800)709-LAKE.fcan20 appointment,andsaveon CREDITORS Monticello, Flox 175
407-, appointment, and save on Monticello, Florida 32345-
NEVER RENT Again! Buy, NORTH INTER Gard needed, one for $2500 877-3463.TFNwr closing costs! (866)339- The administration of the es- 0175
5BR/2BA $38,000! Only NORTH WINTER Garden/ other $2000. All utilities MOVE TO theSmoky 2555.fcan20 tateofJUNEN.HEDRICKaIk/a 50.9/13,9/20,9/27pm
$302/Mo! 3/BR $11,000! 1/2 Duplex, 2 Bedrooms, included with pool one WINTER GARDEN:FLEX Mountains 3/4-3 acre JUNE NICHOLSON HEDRICK,
540 CLEANING 5% down 20 years 8%. 2 Bathrooms right byW.O. Handy Man special. 407- condos. 1/2 mile off SR tracts starting at $79,900. DIRECT PRIVATE Access deceased,whosedate of death
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Thursday, September 20, 2007 The West Orange Times 3C


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT THE CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN PLANNING AND
ZONING BOARD WILL, ON
OCTOBER 1, 2007 @ 6:30
P.M. OR AS SOON AFTER AS
POSSIBLE, HOLD A PUBLIC
HEAR IGN CITY COMMIS-
SION CHAMBERS LOCATED
AT 251 W. PLANT STREET,
WINTER GARDEN, FL IN OR-
DER TO REVIEW A 5 FOOT
SIDE YARD SETBACK VARI-
ANCE REQUEST FOR PROP-
ERTY LOCATED AT 1409
FULLERS CROSS ROAD IN
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA.
IF APPROVED, THIS VARI-
ANCE WILL ALLOW THE
PROPERTY OWNERS TO
BUILD A SINGLE FAMILY
RESIDENCE.
ANY AND ALL OBJECTIONS
WILL BE HEARD AT THIS
TIME. IF NO VALID OBJEC-
TIONS ARE PRESENTED TO
THE CONTRARY, CONSIDER-
ATION WILL BE GIVEN FOR
GRANTING THIS REQUEST.
YOU ARE ADVISED THAT IF A
PERSON DECIDES TO AP-
PEAL ANY DECISION MADE
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MAT-
TER CONSIDERED AT-SUCH
HEARING, THEN THEY WILL
NEED TO ENSURE A VERBA-
TIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS IS MADE WHICH
INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY
AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH
THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUES-
TIONS, PLEASE CALL BRAN-
DON BYERS, SENIOR PLAN-
NER AT 407-656-4111 EXT.
2292.
9-20-07



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS THE ADAM
JOSEPH BELL FOR THE PRO-
POSED ADOPTION OF A MI-
NOR CHILD.
CASE NO:2007 DR13269

NOTICE OF ACTION
TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS
TO: UNKNOWN FATHER OF
ADAM JOSEPH BELL
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT A PETITION FOR TER-
MINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS FOR THE PROPOSED
ADOPTION OF A MINOR
CHILD HAS BEEN FILED
AGAINST YOU AND YOU ARE
REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY
OF YOUR WRITTEN DEFENS-
ES, IF ANY TO IT ON ED-
WARD R. GAY, ESQ. ATTOR-
NEY FOR PETITIONERS, ON
OR BEFORE OCTOBER 11,
2007, AND FILE THE ORIGI-
NAL WITH THE CLERK OF
THIS COURT BEFORE SER-
VICE ON PETITIONERS OR
IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER.
IFYOU FAIL TO DO SO, A DE-
FAULT WILL BE ENTERED
AGAINST YOU FOR THE RE-
LIEF DEMANDED IN THE PE-
TITION. ADDRESS FOR AT-
TORNEY EDWARD R. GAY IS:
1516 E. CONCORD ST, OR-
LANDO, FL 32803.
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL OF THIS COURT ON
AUGUST 27, 2007.
LYDIA GARDNER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ISI YADIRAAGUILAR
DEPUTY CLERK
9/6,9/13,9/20,9/27


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: TERMINATION OF PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS FOR DORO-
THY LEE-ANN ROBERT FOR
THE PROPOSED ADOPTION
OFA MINOR CHILD.
CASE NO:2007 DR13271

NOTICE OF ACTION
TERMINATION OF
PARENTAL RIGHTS

TO: LARRY BERNARD ROB-
ERT
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT A PETITION FOR TER-
MINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS FOR THE PROPOSED
ADOPTION OF A MINOR
CHILD HAS BEEN FILED
AGAINST YOU AND YOU ARE
REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY
OF YOUR WRITTEN DEFENS-
ES, IF ANY TO IT ON ED-
WARD R. GAY, ESQ. ATTOR-
NEY FOR PETITIONERS, ON
OR BEFORE OCTOBER 11,
2007, AND FILE THE ORIGI-
NAL WITH THE CLERK OF
THIS COURT BEFORE SER-
VICE ON PETITIONERS OR
IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO, A DE-
FAULT WILL BE ENTERED
AGAINST YOU FOR THE RE-
LIEF DEMANDED IN THE PE-
TITION. ADDRESS FOR AT-
TORNEY EDWARD R. GAY IS:
1516 E. CONCORD ST, OR-
LANDO, FL 32803.
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL OF THIS COURT ON
AUGUST 27, 2007.
LYDIA GARDNER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
BY: ISI YADIRAAGUILAR
DEPUTY CLERK
9/6,9/13,9/20,9/27


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO:
2007- DR-4050-0
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
LATCHMAN SINGH
PETITIONER, AND
GUYATRI SINGH
RESPONDENT.


NOTICE OF
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE WITH
MINOR CHILDREN
TO: GUYATRI SINGH
7966 ELMSTONE CIRCLE,
ORLANDO FLORIDA 32822
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT AN ACTION HAS BEEN
FILED AGAINST YOU AND
THAT YOU
ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A
COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN
DEFENSES, IF ANY, TO IT ON
LATCHMAN SINGH C/O
MARC ANTHONY CONSALO,
ESQUIRE ONE SOUTH OR-
ANGE AVE #304, ORLANDO,
FLORIDA 32801 ON OR BE-
FORE (DATE) OCTOBER 11,,
2007, AND FILE THE ORIGI-
NAL WITH THE CLERK OF
COURT FOR ORANGE COUN-
TY FLORIDA 425 NORTH
ORLANDO AVE, ORLANDO,
FLORIDA 32801 BEFORE
SERVICE ON THE PETITIONER
OR IMMEDIATELY THEREAF-
TER. IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO,
A DEFAULT MAY BE ENTERED
AGAINST YOU FOR THE RE-
LIEF DEMANDED IN THE PE-
TITION.
COPIES OF ALL COURT DOC-
UMENTS IN THIS CASE, IN-
CLUDING ORDERS, ARE
AVAILABLE AT THE CLERK OF
CIRCUIT COURT'S OFFICE.
YOU MAY REVIEW THESE
DOCUMENTS UPON RE-
QUEST.
YOU MUST KEEP THE CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT'S
OFFICE NOTIFIED OF YOUR
CURRENT ADDRESS.(YOU
MAY FILE A NOTICE OF CUR-
RENT ADDRESS, FLORIDA
SUPREME COURT APPROVED
FAMILY LAW FORM 12.915).
FUTURE PAPERS IN THIS
LAWSUIT WILL BE MAILED
TO THE ADDRESS ON RE-
CORD AT THE CLERK'S OF-
FICE.
WARNING: RULE 12.285,
FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES
OF PROCEDURE, REQUIRES
CERTAIN AUTOMATIC DIS-
CLOSURE OF DOCUMENTS
AND INFORMATION. FAILURE
TO COMPLY CAN RESULT IN
SANCTIONS, INCLUDING
DISMISSAL OR STRIKING OF
PLEADINGS.
DATED AUGUST 28, 2007.
CLERK OF COURT: LYDIA
GARDNER
BY: DEPUTY CLERK: ISI
YADIRAAGUILAR
9/6,9/13,9/20,9/27


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO:DR-07-13342
IN RE:JIOVANNY BEAUJOUR
PETITIONER, AND
LAKEISHA MICHELLE CHEST-
NUT RESPONDENT/HUS-
BAND.

NOTICE OF
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE WITH
MINOR CHILDREN

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LAKEISHA MICHELLE
CHESTNUT
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT AN ACTION FOR THE
PETITION TO ESTABLISH PA-
TERNITY HAS BEEN FILED
AGAINST YOU IN THE ABOVE
WRITTEN DEFENSES, IFANY,
TO IT ON COUNSEL FOR PE-
TITIONER, BRENDAN F. LIN-
NANE, ESQUIRE, WHOSE
ADDRESS IS 636 WEST YALE
STREET, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
32804
ON 0R BEFORE SEPTEMBER
11, 2007 OF THE COURT,
DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVI-
SION, AT 435 NORTH OR-
ANGE AVENUE, ORLANDO,
FLORIDA 32801. IFYOU FAIL
TO DQ SO A DEFAULT WILL
BE ENTERED AGAINST YOU'
FOR THE RELIEF DEMANDED
IN THE PETITION.
WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL OF COURT ON AUGUST
28,2007
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
LYDIA GARDNER
BY: DEPUTY CLERK
ISI YADIRA AGUILAR
9/6,9/13,9/20,9/27



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER:
48-2006-CP-003005-0
IN RE THE ESTATE OF:
MARIA RODRIGUEZ,
DECEASED.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE FORMAL ADMINISTRA-
TION OF THE ESTATE OF MA-
RIA RODRIGUEZ, DECEASED,
WHOSE DATE OF DEATH WAS
APRIL 03, 2006 IS PENDING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION; FILE
NUMBER 48-2007-CP-003005
-0, THE ADDRESS OFWHICH
IS 425 N. ORANGE AVENUE,
SUITE 340, ORLANDO, FL
32801. THE NAMES AND AD-
DRESSES OF THE PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE AND THE
PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE'S ATTORNEY ARE SET
FORTH BELOW.

ALL CREDITORS OF THE DE-
CEDENT, AND OTHER PER-
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE DE-
CEDENT'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 (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY


(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
F SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH
CREDITOR.
ALL OTHER CREDITORS OF
THE DECEDENT AND OTHER
PERSONS WHO HAVE CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST DE-
CEDENT'S ESTATE, INCLUD-
ING UNMATURED, CONTIN-
GENT OR UNLIQUIDATED
CLAIMS, MUST FILE THEIR
CLAIMS WITH THIS COURT
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-


EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
SEPTEMBER 13, 2007.
PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE:
HERMILO RODRIGUEZ
6208 TUCKER AVENUE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32807
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
DAVID W. VELIZ
FLORIDA BAR NUMBER:
846368
DAVID W. VELIZ, P.A.
425 WEST COLONIAL DRIVE
SUITE 104
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32804
PHONE NUMBER: (407) 849-
7072
9/13,9/20



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER:
48-2007-CP-002187-0
IN RE THE ESTATE OF:
JUAN MARTIN,
DECEASED.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE FORMAL ADMINISTRA-
TION OF THE ESTATE OF
JUAN MARTIN, DECEASED,
WHOSE DATE OF DEATH WAS
JULY 29,2007 IS PENDING IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION; FILE
NUMBER 48-2007-CP-003005
-0, THE ADDRESS OFWHICH
IS 425 N. ORANGE AVENUE,
SUITE 340, ORLANDO, FL
32801. THE NAMES AND AD-
DRESSES OF THE PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE AND THE
PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE'S ATTORNEY ARE SET
FORTH BELOW.
ALL CREDITORS OF THE DE-
CEDENT, AND OTHER PER-
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE DE-
CEDENT'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 (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
S30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
F SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH
CREDITOR.
ALL OTHER CREDITORS OF
THE DECEDENT AND OTHER
PERSONSRWHO HAVE CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST DE-
CEDENT'S ESTATE,'INCLUD-
ING UNMATURED, CONTIN-
GENT OR UNLIQUIDATED
CLAIMS, MUST FILE THEIR
CLAIMS WITH THIS COURT
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OFTHIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO(2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OFTHIS NOTICE IS
SEPTEMBER 13, 2007.
PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE:
DIANE MARTIN
1319 BROWN AVENUE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32809
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
'REPRESENTATIVE:
DAVID W. VELIZ
FLORIDA BAR NUMBER:
846368
DAVID W. VELIZ, P.A.
425 WEST COLONIAL DRIVE
SUITE 104
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32804
PHONE NUMBER: (407) 849-
7072
9/13,9/20



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER:
48-2007-CP4001826-0
IN RE THE ESTATE OF:
ARTHANIEL JEFFERSON,
DECEASED.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE FORMAL ADMINISTRA-
TION OF THE ESTATE OF
ARTHANIEL JEFFERSON, DE-
CEASED, FILE NUMBER 48-
2007-CP-001826-0, HAS
COMMENCED IN THE PRO-
BATE DIVISION OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT, ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE AD-
DRESS OF WHICH IS 425 N.
ORANGE AVENUE, SUITE 340,
ORLANDO, FL 32801. THE
NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF
THE PERSONAL REPRESEN-
TATIVE AND THE PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE'S ATTOR-
NEY ARE SET FORTH BE-
LOW.
ALL CREDITORS OF THE DE-
CEDENT, AND OTHER PER-
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE DE-
CEDENT'S ESTATE ON WHOM
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE HAS
BEEN SERVED MUST FILE
THEIR CLAIMS WITH THIS
COURT ATTHE 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 HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST DE-
CEDENT'S ESTATE ON WHOM
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE HAS
NOT BEEN SERVED MUST
FILE THEIR CLAIMS WITH
THIS COURT AT THE AD-
DRESS SET FORTH ABOVE
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AF-
TER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH BELOW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
SEPTEMBER 13, 2007.


PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE: *
LONNIE JEFFERSON
1120 MAXEY DRIVE
WINTER GARDEN, FL 34787
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
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
AX NUMBER:
E407)877-9166
LORIDA BAR NUMBER:
263036
9/13, 9/20


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
PURSUANTTO THE FLORIDA
STATUTES, NOTICE IS HERE-
BY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF
WINTER GARDEN PLANNING
,& ZONING BOARD WILL
HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN
THE CITY COMMISSION
CHAMBERS LOCATED AT 251
W. PLANT STREET, WINTER
GARDEN, FL ON OCTOBER 1,
2007 AT 6:30 P.M. OR AS
SOON AFTER AS POSSIBLE
TO CONSIDER THE ADOP-
TION OF THE FOLLOWING
ORDINANCES:

ORDINANCE 07-51
AN ORDINANCE OFTHE CITY
OF WINTER GARDEN, FLOR-
IDA, PROVIDING FOR THE
ANNEXATION OF CERTAIN
ADDITIONAL LANDS GENER-
ALLY DESCRIBED AS 4.06
ACRES LOCATED AT 510
WINTER GARDEN-VINELAND
ROAD, AND MORE SPECIFI-
CALLY DESCRIBED HEREIN
INTO THE CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN FLORIDA; REDEFIN-
ING THE CITY BOUNDARIES
TO GIVE THE CITY JURISDIC-
TION OVER SAID PROPERTY;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABIL-
ITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE. ,
ORDINANCE 07-52

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP
OF THE CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN'S COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN BY CHANGING THE
DESIGNATION FROM OR-
ANGE COUNTY RURAL TO
CITY LOW DENSITY RESI-
DENTIAL FOR PROPERTY
GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS
4.06 ACRES LOCATED AT
510 WINTER GARDEN-
VINELAND ROAD; PROVID-
ING FOR SEVERABILITY;
PROVIDING-FOR AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE 07-53
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF WINTER GARDEN, FLOR-
IDA, REZONING APPROXI-
MATELY 4.06 ACRES OF
CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY
LOCATED AT 510 WINTER
GARDEN-VINELAND ROAD
FROM ORANGE COUNTY CIT-
RUS RURAL TO CITY R-1;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABIL-
ITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EF-
FECTIVE DATE.
COPIES OF THE PROPOSED
ORDINANCE (WHICH IN-
CLUDES THE LEGAL DE-
SCRIPTION IN METES AND
BOUNDS OF THE PROPOSED
SITE) MAY BE INSPECTED BY
THE PUBLIC BETWEEN THE
HOURS OF 8:00 A.M. AND
5:00 P.M. MONDAY TO FRI-
DAY OF EACH WEEK AT 270
WEST PLANT STREET. FOR
MORE INFORMATION,
PLEASE CONTACT BRANDON
BYERS AT 656-4111, EXT.
2292.

INTERESTED PARTIES MAY
APPEAR AT THE MEETINGS
AND BE HEARD WITH RE-
SPECT TO THE PROPOSED
ORDINANCE. WRITTEN COM-
MENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED
BEFORE OR AT THE PUBLIC
HEARINGS. ANY PERSONS
WISHING TO APPEAL DECI-
SION OF THE PUBLIC BODY
SHOULD ENSURE A VERBA-
TIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS IS MADE. ANY
PERSONS WITH DISABILI-
TIES NEEDING SPECIAL-AC-
COMMODATIONS SHOULD
SUBMIT A WRITTEN RE-
QUEST TO THE PLANNING &
ZONING DEPARTMENT, 270
W. PLANT ST.,WINTER GAR-
DEN, FL 34787 OR PHONE
(407) 656-4111, EXT. 2292 AT
LEAST 48 HOURS PRIOR TO
EACH MEETING.
9/20


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
ON 10-1-07 @ 9:00AM AT
RALPH JOHNSON TOWING,
11409 W. COLONIAL DR.
OCOEE, FLORIDA. THE FOL-
LOWING VEHICLES WILL BE
SOLD FOR CASH FOR THE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT TO SUBSECTION
713.78 OF THE FLORIDA
STATUES. SOME OF THE VE-
HICLES POSTED MAY HAVE
ALREADY BEEN RELEASED
AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SAL-
VAGE SALE.
1991 FORD 2DR
VIN#KNJPT05H6M6127307
RALPH JOHNSON'S TOWING
SERVICE RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR RE-
JECT ANY AND ALL BIDS.
BIDDING
BEGINS AT THE AMOUNT
OWED. ALL VEHICLES SOLD,
AS IS. NO WARRANTIES AND
NO GUARANTEE OF TITLES.
CALL
407-656-5617.
9/20



NOTICE OF SALE
RAINBOW TITLE & LIEN, INC.
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC SALE
AT AUCTION THE FOLLOW-
ING VEHICLES TO SATISFY'
LIEN PURSUANT TO CHAP-
TER 713.78 OF THE FLORIDA
STATUES ON OCTOBER 4,
2007 AT 10 A.M. AUCTION
WILL OCCUR WHERE EACH
VEHICLE IS LOCATED-
2002 YAMAHA
VIN#JYARJ04E22A024464
'LOCATED AT: 151 TAFT
VINELAND RD, ORLANDO, FL
32824 ORANGE DEALERS
ONLY ANY PERSONS)
CLAIMING ANY INTERESTS)
IN THE ABOVE VEHICLES
CONTACT:
RAINBOW TITLE & LIEN, INC.
(954) 920-6020. ALL AUC-
ION ARE HELD WITH RE-

4


SERVE. SOME OF THE VEHI-
CLES MAY HAVE BEEN RE-
LEASED PRIOR TO AUCTION
LIC # AB-0001256
9/20


SLYS TOWING & RECOVERY
GIVES NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE OF LIEN AND INTENT
TO SELL VEHICLES PURSU-
ANT TO SUBSECTION 713.78
OF THE FLORIDA STATUTES
THAT ON 10/2/07,10:00 AM
AT 1195THST WINTER GAR-
DEN, FL 34787-3613. SLYS
TOWING & RECOVERY RE-
SERVES RIGHT TO ACCEPT
OR REJECT ANY AND/OR ALL
BIDS.
1996 BUICK PARK AVE 4DR
1G4CW52KOTH640444
1998 TOYOTA CAMRY 4DR
4T1 BG22K2WU362018
9/20


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THENINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.
48-2007-CP-002191
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BARBARA RAYE DUDLEY
DECEASED

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE ADMINISTRATION OF
THE ESTATE OF BARBARA
RAYE DUDLEY, DECEASED
WHOSE DATE OF DEATH WAS
JULY 13, 2007, IS PENDING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA,
425 NORTH ORANGE AVE.,
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801;
FILE NUMBER 48-2007-CP-
002191. THE NAMES AND
ADDRESSES OF THE PER-
SONAL REPRESENTATIVE
AND THE PERSONALREPRE-
SENTATIVEIS ATTORNEY ARE
SET FORTH BELOW.
ALL CREDITORS OF THE DE-
CEDENT AND OTHER PER-
SONS, WHO HAVE CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST DE-
CEDENTIS ESTATE, INCLUD-
ING UNMATURED, CONTIN-
GENT 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 AF-
TER THE DATEOF 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 DE-
CEDENTIS ESTATE, INCLUD-
ING UNMATURED, CONTIN-
GENT OR UNLIQUIDATED
CLAIMS MUST FILE THEIR
CLAIMS WITH THIS COURT
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTIS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
FIRST DATE OF PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE IS SEPT. 20,
2007
/S/
GARRY CHARLES BERUBE
700 W. BAY STREET
WINTER GARDEN, FL 34787
884 SOUTH DILLARD ST.
WINTER GARDEN, FL.
34787
PHONE: (407) 656-5750
/S/
WILLIAM N. ASMA, ES-
QUIRE
ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER
FL. BAR NO. 340367
9/20, 9/27



IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR ORANGE, COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE:ESTATE OF
FILE NO.
48-2007-CP-001927-0
GWENDOLYN CAROLE AD-
AMS
A/K/A GWENDOLYN C. COX
DECEASED

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE ADMINIS-
TRATION OF THE ESTATE OF
GWENDOLYN CAROLE AD-
AMS A/K/A GWENDOLYN C.
COX DECEASED WHOSE DATE
OF DEATH WAS JUNE 26,
2007, IS PENDING IN THE
CIRCUIT COURT FOR OR-
ANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA, 425
N. ORANGE AVE., ORLANDO,
FLORIDA 32801; FILE NUM-
BER 48-2007-CP-001927-0.
THE NAME AND ADDRESS OF
THE PERSONAL REPRESEN-
TATIVE AND THE PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES ATTOR-
NEY ARE SET FORTH BE-
LOW.
ALL CREDITORS OF THE DE-
CEDENT AND OTHER PER-
SONS, WHO HAVE CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST DE-
CEDENT S ESTATE, INCLUD-
ING UNMATURED, CONTIN-
GENT 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 AF-
TER THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

ALL OTHER CREDITORS OF
THE DECEDENT AND OTHER
PERSONSWHO HAVE CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST DE-
CEDENTIS ESTATE, INCLUD-
iNG UNMATURED, CONTIN-
GENT OR UNLIQUIDATED
CLAIMS MUST FILE THEIR
CLAIMS WITH THIS COURT
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTIS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
FIRST DATE OF PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE IS SEPT. 20,


2007.
PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE
/S/_
RICHARD P. COX
3111 SHADY OAK DR.
GROVELAND, FL 34761
PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVEIS ATTORNEY
/S/_
WILLIAM N. ASMA, ES-
QUIRE
FL BAR NO. 340367

WILLIAM N. ASMA P.A.
884 SOUTH DILLARD
STREET
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA
34787
407-656-5750
9/20, 9/27


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT THE CITY OF WINTER
GARDEN PLANNING AND
ZONING BOARD WILL, ON
OCTOBER 1, 2007 @ 6:30
P.M. OR AS SOON AFTER AS
POSSIBLE, HOLD A PUBLIC
HEARING IN CITY COMMIS-
SION CHAMBERS LOCATED
AT 251 W. PLANT STREET,
WINTER GARDEN, FL IN OR-
DER TO REVIEW A 14 FOOT
FRONT YARD SETBACK VARI-
ANCE REQUEST FOR PROP-
ERTY LOCATED AT 186
SOUTH MAIN STREET IN
WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA.
THIS VARIANCE WILL ALLOW
THE PROPERTY OWNERS TO
BUILD AN ADDITION.
ANY AND ALL OBJECTIONS
WILL BE HEARD AT THIS
TIME. IF NO VALID OBJEC-
TIONS ARE PRESENTED TO
THE CONTRARY, CONSIDER-
ATION WILL BE GIVEN FOR
GRANTING THIS REQUEST.
YOU ARE ADVISED THAT IF A
PERSON DECIDES TO AP-
PEAL ANY DECISION MADE
WITH RESPECT TO ANY MAT-
TER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
HEARING, THEN THEY WILL
NEED TO ENSURE A VERBA-
TIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS IS MADE WHICH
INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY
AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH
THE APPEAL IS TO BE
BASED.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUES-
TIONS, PLEASE CALL REGINA
MCGRUDER, PLANNER AT
407-656-4111 EXT. 2312.
9/20



NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
AUCTION FOR THE FOLLOW-
ING VEHICLES) WILL BE
HELD ON OCTOBER 2, 2007
AT 8:00 A.M. AT MD TOWING,
1510 N. FORSYTH ROAD,
ORLANDO, FL 32807 FORTHE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT TO F.S. #713.78.
TERMS ARE CASH.
2003 NISSAN
VIN# 5N1ED28T53C632334
9/20


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
AUCTION FOR THE FOLLOW-
ING VEHICLES) WILL BE
HELD ON OCTOBER 3, 2007
AT 8:00 A.M. AT MD TOWING,
1510 N. FORSYTH ROAD,
ORLANDO, FL 32807 FOR THE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT TO F.S. #713.78.
TERMS ARE CASH.

1991 PLYMOUTH VIN#4P3C-
S34T3ME116765
2001 FORD ESCAPE VIN#
1FMYU03171KA93855
2001 NISSAN VIN#
1N4DL01D21C135402
9/20



NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
AUCTION FOR THE FOLLOW-
ING VEHICLES) WILL BE
HELD ON OCTOBER 4, 2007
AT 8:00 A.M. AT MD TOWING,
1510 N. FORSYTH ROAD,
ORLANDO, FL 32807 FOR THE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT TO F.S. #713.78.
TERMS ARE CASH.
1996 DODGE RAM VIN#
2B7HB21X6TK179992
9/20



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER: 48-2007-CP-
002141-0
IN RE THE ESTATE OF:
EMMA L. GOMEZ,
DECEASED.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
THE FORMAL ADMINISTRA-
TION OF THE ESTATE OF
EMMA L. GOMEZ, DECEASED,
WHOSE DATE OF DEATH WAS
MAY 29,2007 IS PENDING IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ORANGE COUNTYFLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION; FILE
NUMBER FILE NUMBER: 48-
2007-CP-002141-0, THE AD-
DRESS OF WHICH IS 425 N.
ORANGE AVENUE, SUITE 340,
ORLANDO, FL 32801. THE
NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF
THE PERSONAL REPRESEN-
TATIVE AND THE PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE'S ATTOR-
NEY ARE SET FORTH BE-
LOW.
ALL CREDITORS OF THE DE-
CEDENT, AND OTHER PER-
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE DE-
CEDENT'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 (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
F SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH
CREDITOR.
ALL OTHER CREDITORS OF
THE DECEDENT AND OTHER
PERSONS WHO HAVE CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST DE-
CEDENT'S ESTATE, INCLUD-
ING UNMATURED, CONTIN-
GENT OR UNLIQUIDATED
CLAIMS, MUST FILE THEIR
CLAIMS WITH THIS COURT
ol


WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED. NOTWITH-
STANDING THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILEDTWO(2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
SEPTEMBER 20, 2007.
PERSONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE:
DENISE GOMEZ
12413 BRAXTED DRIVE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32837
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
DAVID W. VELIZ
FLORIDA BAR NUMBER:
846368
DAVID W. VELIZ, P.A.
425 WEST COLONIAL DRIVE
SUITE 104
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32804
PHONE NUMBER: (407) 849-
7072
9/20, 9/27


NOTICE OF MEETING
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE
WEST ORANGE AIRPORT
AUTHORITY BOARD WILL
MEET WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM-
BER 26,2007 AT 10:00AM, IN
THE OCOEE CITY HALL,
OCOEE, FLORIDA.
THE BOARD WILL DISCUSS
THE ANNUAL BUDGET AND
BUSINESS OF THE ESTAB-
LISHMENT OF A
GENERAL AVIATION AIRPORT
IN WEST ORANGE COUNTY.
R. PATRICK PHILLIPS, BOARD
MEMBER
200 N. THORNTON AVENUE
ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801
TELEPHONE: 407-425-7676.
9/20



NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO FL. ST.
713.585, AUTO LIEN & RE-
COVERY EXPERTS, INC. W/
POWER OF ATTORNEY, WILL
SELL THE FOLLOWING VE-
HICLES TO THE HIGHEST
BIDDER TO SATISFY LIEN.
ALL AUCTIONS HELD WITH
RESERVE; AS IS WHERE IS,
CASH OR CERTIFIED FUNDS.
INSPECT 1 WEEK PRIOR AT
LIENOR FACILITY. INTER-
ESTED PARTIES CALL 954-
893-0052. SALE DATE 10-04-
07 @ 10:00 AM. AUCTION
WILL OCCUR WHERE EACH
VEHICLE IS LOCATED UNDER
LICENSE AB0000538. BE AD-
VISED THAT OWNER OR
LIENHOLDER HAS A RIGHT


TO A HEARING PRIOR TO THE
SCHEDULED DATE OF SALE
BY FILING WITH THE CLERK
OF COURTS. OWNER/LIEN-
HOLDER MAY RECOVER VE-
HICLE WITHOUT INSTITUT-
ING JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS
BY POSTING BOND AS PER
FL. STAT. 559.917; 25%
BUYER PREMIUM ADDITION-
AL. NET PROCEEDS IN EX-
CESS OF LIEN AMOUNTWILL
BE DEPOSITED WITH THE
CLERK OF COURT.
#ORGD711 LIEN AMT
$5000.58t1994 CHEVROLETt
4 D t
VIN#1G1BL52P4RR1878821
LIENOR: MR. FIX IT MOBILE
AUTO REP, 130 BARLOW ST.
#16 & 17, ORLANDO.
#0ORGD742 LIEN AMT
$7097.23 1986 FORD, PK
VIN#1 FDKF371XGKA66069
LIENOR: JAYIS QUALITY
AUTO SERVICE, 2801 S. OR-
ANGE BLOSSOM TRL, OR-
LANDO. PHONE: 407-426-
9489.
#0ORGD756 LIEN AMT
$2795.00 2002 TOYOTA, 4D
VIN#JTDBE32KX20037845
LIENOR: CALICHES GENERAL
AUTO REPAIR, 414 S. OR-
ANGE BLOSSOM TRL, OR-
LANDO. PHONE: 407-236-
0008.
#ORGD757 LIEN AMT
$3050.00 1998 PONTIAC, 4D
VIN#1G2WJ52M1WF331023
LIENOR: RICKY MILLER
TOWING, 402 HOPE CIRCLE,
ORLANDO. PHONE: 321-594-
9744.
#0ORGD758 LIEN AMT
$2765.00 2000 GMC, TK
VIN#1GTGC33R2YF504074
LIENOR: PRECISION AUTO
REPAIR SPEC., 7163 ROSE
AVE, ORLANDO. PHONE: 407-
290-5353.
#ORGD760 LIEN AMT
$3325.00 1996 DODGE, SW
VIN#2B4FP2535TR699640
LIENOR: ORLANDO TRUCK
REPAIR, LLC, 9527 BACH-
MAN RD, ORLANDO. PHONE:
321-689-9880.
#ORGD765 LIEN AMT
$6864.56 1992 BMW, 2D
VIN#WBABF4319NEK02510
LIENOR: AUTO WORLD, 2010
W. WASHINGTON ST., OR-
LANDO. PHONE: 407-843-
0300.
'#ORGD771 LIEN AMT
$2825.00 1998 ACURA, 2D
VIN#19UYA2252WL003981
LIENOR: ORLANDO HONDA &
ACURA SPEC., 1228 29TH
ST., ORLANDO. PHONE: 407-
872-0802.
#0ORGD772 LIEN AMT
$2575.00 1995 VOLKSWAG-
0 ON, 4 D
VIN#3VWRC81 HOSM047964
LIENOR: ORLANDO HONDA &
ACURA SPEC., 1228 29TH
ST.,-ORLANDO. PHONE: 407-
872-0802.
#ORGD774 LIEN AMT
$2949.00 1992 EAGLE, 2D
VIN#4E3CS44R3NE036971
LIENOR: ORLANDO HONDA &
ACURA SPEC., 1228 29TH
ST., ORLANDO. PHONE: 407-
872-0802.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE:
HUGHES TOWING & RECOV-
ERY GIVES NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE OF LIEN AND IN-
TENT TO SELL
THESE VEHICLES ON
09/14/2007,08:00 AM AT 103
S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL 32805,
PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION
713.78 OF THE FLORIDA
STATUTES. HUGHES TOWING
& RECOVERY RESERVES
THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR
REJECT ANY AND/OR ALL
BIDS.
1B3EJ46X3VN609464 1997
DODGE
1FALP5348SA171361 1995
FORD
1FTDF1725VKD33366 1997
FORD
1G4AL54N9L6403261 1990
BUICK
1HGEM22913L022918 2003
HONDA
1N4DL01D9WC167481 1998
NISSAN
JT2EL56D7S0086147 1995
TOYOTA
9/2





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CITY OF WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA

-Pursuant to Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given that the City Commission of the City of
Winter Garden will hold a public hearing on September 27, 2007 @ 6:30 p.m. or as soon
after as possible at Tanner Hall, located at 29 Garden Avenue, Winter Garden, Florida to
consider the adoption of the following ordinances:

1. Cantero Property Annexation

ORDINANCE 07-28

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE AN-
NEXATION OF CERTAIN ADDITIONAL LANDS GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS 38 ACRES OF
LAND LOCATED SOUTH OFAVALON ROAD AND NORTH OF DAVENPORT ROAD, AND MORE
SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED HEREIN INTO THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN FLORIDA; RE-
DEFINING THE CITY BOUNDARIES TO GIVE THE CITY JURISDICTION OVER SAID PROP-
ERTY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

.2. Assaf Property Annexation

ORDINANCE 07-30

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE AN-
NEXATION OF CERTAIN ADDITIONAL LANDS GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS 40 ACRES OF
LAND LOCATED SOUTH OF LAKE AVALON AND NORTH OF AVALON ROAD, AND MORE
SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED HEREIN INTO THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN FLORIDA; RE-
DEFINING THE CITY BOUNDARIES TO GIVE THE CITY JURISDICTION OVER SAID PROP-
ERTY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

3. Cra-Mar Property Annexation

ORDINANCE 07-32

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE AN-
NEXATION OF CERTAIN ADDITIONAL LANDS GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS 63 ACRES OF
LAND LOCATED SOUTH OF JOHN'S LAKE AND NORTH OF MARSH ROAD, AND MORE
SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED HEREIN INTO THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN FLORIDA; RE-
DEFINING THE CITY BOUNDARIES TO GIVE THE CITY JURISDICTION OVER SAID PROP-
ERTY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

4. Edwards, McKinnon et al Annexation

ORDINANCE 07-34

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE AN-
NEXATION OF CERTAIN ADDITIONAL LANDS GENERALLY DESCRIBED AS 596 ACRES OF
LAND LOCATED NORTH OF LAKE AVALON, EAST OF THE LAKE COUNTY BOUNDARY, AND
SOUTH OF JOHN'S LAKE, AND MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED HEREIN INTO THE CITY
OF WINTER GARDEN FLORIDA; REDEFINING THE CITY BOUNDARIES TO GIVE THE CITY
JURISDICTION OVER SAID PROPERTY; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

The ordinances may be inspected by the public between the hours of 8 A.M. and 5 P.M. at
. the Winter Garden City Hall or by contacting Brandon Byers at 656-4111 (ext. 2292) 270
West Plant St. Winter Garden, FL 34787 for more information. Interested parties may appear
at the meeting and be heard regarding this ordinance. Any persons wishing to appeal a
decision of the City Commission should ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings
Is made. Written comments will be accepted before or at the public hearing. Any persons
with disabilities needing special accommodations should submit a written request to the
Planning & Zoning Department, 270 W. Plant St., Winter Garden, FL 34787 or phone (407)
656-4111, Ext. 2292 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.





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.3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath
1,522 sq. feet
Completely renovated
Hardwood floors-
Living room & dining room
Berber carpet- all 3 bdrms
All new light fixtures &
ceiling fans
$278,000 Granite countertops
Up to $10,000 cash back Stainless steel appliances
to any buyer or Ceramic tile- bathrooms,
commission to any seller kitchen, & patio
New ceiling with recessed lighting
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Fantastic! Best bargain in emerald Ridge of Winter Garden! Reduced
by $79,000! 4br/2.5ba with bonus room and great open floor plan with
over 2,800 sq. ft. It has wonderfully sized rooms, beautiful curb appeal,
just built in 2004 and reduced in price to an incredible $300,000! All
other similarly sized homes at Emerald Ridge priced out from $359,900
to $429,000. Pick up the phone and call now, 407-580-8117! Drive over
and take a look at Emerald Ridge on 1760 Delafield Drive off of Tilden
Rd. in Winter Garden and conveniently located near the 429. Don't wait!
MLS# 04742785

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4Br/2Ba Den and activity room, Formal Living
room and Dining room, Master suite w/garden
tub. Cul-de-sac. Lot backs up to conservation
area. Many numerous upgrades see on line.
Reduced (511 000 under appraised value)
133 Doe Run Dr, Winter Garden, FL 34787


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ST. ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH

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


ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Sandero de Luz Christian Church A.G.
(Pathway of Light)
325 Ocoee-Apopka Rd.
Ocoee, Fl. 34761
352-243-6461 407-654-5006
Wed. 7:30 pm Fri. Youth 7:30 pm
Evangalistic/Childrens Church
Sun. 10:30
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
www.SonPointe.ora
BAPTIST
BANANA BAY BAPTIST
1333 E. Crown Point Rd.
407-656-8558
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
671 Beulah Road, Winter Garden
S407) 656-3342
astor G. Steve Rice.
www.beulahfl.com
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631 S. Dillard St.
Winter Garden, FL.
Pastor T.J. Klapperich
S407) 656-3001
wana/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


Sendero De Luz
Christian Church A.G.(Pathway of Light)
315 ilai kii, .1a47181
352-243-6461 407-654-5006
Wed. 7:30 pm Fri.Youth 7:30 pm
Eniillltetlllhtll 0 l4 Sa. 10:30


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


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.org
VINELAND ROAD
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
890 Vineland Rd. Winter Garden
407-656-3949 Pastor Jim Crayne
Sunday: 10:30 am & 6:00pm
Wednesday: Family Night 7:00pm
Friday: Youth 7:00pm
www.vrcfellowship.org
WHERE EVERYONE FEELS LIKE FAMILY



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Rose Pina/Business Banking Officer
14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
407-656-3633


EPISCOPAL


CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On the corner of Main St. and Tilden.
(407) 656-3218
unday 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. Orlando,
FL 32819.1 block south of
Conroy-Windermere Rd. on right.
407-876-3480
Sunday Services 8:30am,10:30am.
and 6:30pm. Sunday School for all
ages 9:30am and Children's Chapel at
10:30am. Childcare provided.
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.conaregationsinai-clermont.ora
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
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.orq



Southwest Church
Meeting @ Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere
Hwy50
FL Turnpike

FannrmsRd.
7 i 429
IIP
Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15am
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
Tom Welch, Pastor
407-903-1384


"I am the vine; you are the branches. If a
man remains in me and I in him, he will
bear much fruit; apart from me you can do
nothing." -John 15:5

I was watching TV the other night and hap-
pened to notice a popular fitness company high-
lighting a guy in his forties in fabulous shape.
The mid-life bulge had melted away, revealing
six pack abs and an Atlas chiseled chest that
would shame most young men. As I polished off
the last of the chips, the urgency of getting back
in shape became painfully obvious. There I sat
- a humbled member of the flabby majority. Most
of us want to look good, but we simply aren't
willing to pay the price.

When Christ spoke in terms of Jooking good
it was from the inside out. It's not that God
doesn't care about toned bellies and firm poste-
riors, it just a matter of having healthy priorities.


NON-DENOMINATIONAL
THE CROSSINGS, A COMMUNITY
CHURCH
Corner of McKinnon Rd. and Lake
Butler Blvd, 1 mile west of Windermere
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
LIBERTY LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH
125 N. Lakeview Ave.
Saturday 6:00 pm
In the chapel 407-656-0316
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




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533 W. Plant St
Winter Garden
656-3307
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Taking care of the spiritual core trumps any
other core that may need our attention. The world
doesn't embrace this way of thinking and it's
evident by the evening news.. .things are out well
out of control. When we bend our will, towards
Christ all the other aspects of our life come into
balance. Something good begins to happen!

Christ doesn't simply want us to be better ver-
sions of our old self...he wants to transform us
into new people. The fruit of this new life is char-
acterized by love, joy, peace, patience, kindness,
goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-
control. Jesus is not calling us to act out these
qualities but to actually become them. What
would the world look like if more of us started
abiding in Christ and stopped working so hard
at just looking and acting good? Most of us aren't
willing to pay the price, but Christ already did....
we just need to remain in Him and let His spirit
do the work within us.
ADV.


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


GRACE WORSHIP CENTER
1132 E. Plant St. Winter Garden.
(407) 656-3727
astor Rick Faircloth
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
10710710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd.
Windermere, FL 34786
407-876-2112 Worship times:
9:00am Traditional Service
11:15am Contemporary Praise Service
10:15am Sunday School
for Adults and Children held
between the two services
www.windermereunion.org


Winter Garden on Lake Avalon $399,900. 3br/2ba on
nearly 1/2 acre waterfront property. More info. at
www.FloridaLakehouse.net 407-656-3227


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As I See It...

A Comment & Study of the Scriptures Remembering George Gano







Thursday, September 20, 2007 The West Orange Times 7C


YOUR FINEST OPPORTUNITY!
A BIT OF HEAVEN-OCEANFRONT!!! A REAL CREAM PUFF... STEP INSIDE TO THE BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOOR-
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FROM YOUR OWN BALCONY!!! IMMACULATE CONDITION, 5TH FLOOR, EXTRAS INCLUDING BREAKFAST NOOK, FAMILY ROOM INCLUDES A
OPEN FLOOR PLAN WITH 2 BDRMS., 2 BA., LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA, GORGEOUS BRICK FIREPLACE, SLIDING GLASS DOORS LEADING TO THE
EAT IN KITCHEN, NEW CERAMIC TILE, NEW CARPET, NEW HURRICANE SCREENED LANAI WITH PRIVACY FENCED YARD, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN,
SHUTTERS, ALL FURNITURE STAYS, INCLUDING WASHER & DRYER. MSTR BATH IS ADJOINED BY MSTR BATH WITH WHIRLPOOL GARDEN
HEATED POOL, RECREATION BLDG., TENNIS COURTS, PRIVATE ENTRANCE TUB, SEPARATE SHOWER...THIS IS A GREAT BUYII! WALK TO THE WEST
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GETAWAY DREAM COME TRUEIII ASKING ONLY $299,900 $264,900.
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NO STEPS TO CLIMB!!!
CHAIN OF LAKE ACCESS AND A GREAT BUY FOR A 3 BDRM., 2
BA., FORMAL LIVING/DEN/PLAYRM., FAMILYRM., DINING AREA,
KITCHEN WITH ALL APPLIANCES, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN,
INSIDE LAUNDRY, 2 CAR SIDE ENTRY GARAGE, SCREENED
LANAI, LUSH LANDSCAPED YARD. THIS IS A BEAUTY WITH
DECORATOR COLORS AND IMMACULATE CONDITION.ASKING
ONLY $259,000


OWNER SAYS "GET ME AN OFFER"
CORNER LOT, LOCATED ON CUL-DE-SAC, NO HOMEOWNERS AS-
SOCIATION, BEAUTIFUL BRICK WITH LARGE OAK TREE IN FRONT
YARD. 4 BDRM., 2 BA. LIVINGRM WITH BRICK WOOD BURNING
FIREPLACE, FORMAL DINING, BREAKFAST NOOK, BONUS/FAMI-
LYRM., SPLIT BDRM.PLAN. OVER 2200 SQ. FT. OF LIVING AREA.
HOME NEEDS SOME TLC AND CAN BE A REAL BEAUTY... ASKING
ONLY $244,000. SELLER WILL LOOK AT ALL OFFERS!!!
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DESIGNED WITH DISTINCTION!!!
GORGEOUS 3 BDRM. 2 BA. FORMAL LIVING & DINING, FAMI-
LYRM. WITH BRICK WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, SPLIT BDRM.
PLAN, INSIDE LAUNDRY RM., BONUS ROOM, HUGE PATIO
WITH SPARKLING HTD. POOL/SPA, ROCK WATERFALL, PRI-
VACY VINYL FENCED YARD. ALL APPLIANCES AND WINDOW
COVERINGS STAY...OVER 2200 SQ.FT. OF LIVING!II ENTERTAIN-
MENT PARADISE, YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR EYESI II ASKING
ONLY $299,900.


BtAU IIIULLT YIEMlUUtLtU!!!
GLENVIEW SUBDIVISION IN WINTER GARDEN IS THIS 3 BDRM. 2 BA.
REMODELED HOME WITH WOOD FLOORING AND CEILING IN LIVING/
GRT. ROOM WITH SEE THROUGH FIREPLACE INTO DINING AREA,
GOURMET KITCHEN WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCE, ISLAND
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EYES!!! SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, INSIDE LAUNDRY, SCREENED PATIO,
2 CAR SIDE ENTRY GARAGE & NO HOA... ASKING ONLY $279,900. ,


EVERYTHING IS LIKE NEW!!!
IF ONLY THE BEST... IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU! TAKE A LOOK AT
THISIII 3 BDRM., 2 BA., WELL BUILT & BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED
WITH FORMAL DINING, KITCHEN HAS STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES,
BREAKFAST NOOK, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, LARGE LIVING/GREAT
ROOM, BRICKWOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, SCREENED LANAI, SPAR-
KLING POOL & SPA, PRIVACY FENCED BACK YARD AND NO REAR
NEIGHBORS... PRICED TO SELLIII ASKING ONLY $249,900.


WALK TO DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN!!!
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3br/2ba extremely well kept home. Vol- Spacious floor plan in this 3br/2ba with $238,500
ume ceiling, kitchen island and break- over1700 sq ft. French doors and wood 3br/2ba 2006 built one story townhouse
fast nook with metered glass. Screened floors plus fresh paint. 2 car garage. with 1405 sq ft living area. 2car garage
porch (37x14). Asking $289,500. Asking $289,000. and comm pool. New on the market.
I I, l Immaculate condition


L / i' l ORLANDO-PATIO HOME $199,000 ~
OCOEE-NEW ON THE MARKET 3/2 single story condo with over OCOEE POOL HOME $184,900
3br/2ba split plan with 2 car garage .,800 sfi Iiing space Ige. screened 3brilba ith remodeled kitchen tile
freshly painted. 1993 year built. patnoand 2 car attached garage Com- tloors Eien a ruled Florida room. in-
Walk to golf course. Room to park munny pool Assoc fees covers roof ground diamond bright pool and work-
rv/boat. Asking $229.900. and exterior of building shop wih A.C Fenced yard






WINTER GARDEN $179.000 WEST ORLANDO
3br,'2ba plus a den.'office and large $139,900 WINDTREE GARDEN'S CONDO
fencedyard 2 storage shed and a 2cr Seller as- "submit all offers". 2-,'2bbphi planiiomeSthscreenedporchb
garage Seller %7,illh buyers 3br* es and both I Wt and 2nd flor units aadable
arae Seller lllh p ,,hbuye Sba. newer roof, sepnc andAC ndues coverrf.ouLdeobuld.
closing cost Home warranty, for first year. Screened ing and pesl treatment. Walk to everyth ng
porch and fenced yard. From $123.00t0 o$1'4,900

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527 Main St.* P.O. Box 667* Windermere, FL 34786 (407) 876-3688



ONE OF THE FINEST GATED COMMUNITIES IN WEST ORANGE COUNTY

Former Parade or Homes
Wonderful Custom Built Home Former Parade of Homer!
Winner!
in Gated Communfnty n,s i 4. stm built h. me I ,in perteci
condition, and offers mania upgrades in-
5 Bedrooms/5 Baths include Han attLhed in-la c.luding an o',rsized. shared p,.:, Lipper
apartment, custom kitchen rith ,Uainless steel lesel 5th bedro-m 'IT1feres pr'.ate spring
appliances, paser bricked lana n t h heated room. b,-rus trc,:-m :in r hore office The
pool with a rock ssaterfall and spa nev iF 211116 home i .ir ied for neti.,orking. sound and
and includes a summer kitchen ,-fool doors plasma TV stall ,n Large rc.m- in this
throughout the home and designer decorated beautiful offering and lois of cro-,n nmold.
place this homnie at the top f the st Offered at n This gated community offers man .. -
$959.000 Contact Suzit Karr 407-595-5258 amenies Offered at $%69.t000 Contat
Suzi Karr foir more ino 4 -'-595-5258


Lake Down Downtown Windermere Bronson Landing
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I is I me perfect sacarion or second nome LOIs 01 ample, aliergy-tree ino ca.r-
petingi space for everyone! Beautiful hardwoods and tile and upgraded, granite-
topped cabinetry in kitchen Huge boathouse. beach and grass area right acro.',
the street, and OWNED with this fine property, The home offers 4 bedrooms. 2
baths w/2.983 sq ft. Offered at $995,000 Contact Suzi Karr 407-595-5258

Brand new on the Market Lake Down $4,900,000


ov'u. til: h':me a m u.rr.mpletlcl remo:ddeled i 21"4. .u-d :ne'r I a.ll LIruqu. rcl-'.r pln -I h bul
aund he p e lnd he rL d Summcr ki.:het -and 1 r rall .-rp -.: f- .pli.-,e' in irie
S.LL-nmcr IK ichen H.-:.mn: include. gim r'-.m "iii. h bit. medi r.:..i "ilrls ta a-ld mrc pluck
huge e.er:ie r.,.m and ill equpiiear 'e-.lro:n. 5 bath -,th 5311 hid Sq Ofired
at i.i 9*I.1:.li ) C..cLi: Suz K ,in r i h '.5i .5l ,:r Bn err- Hi ci C l 1 41 '.' 24' 6555
a1 iaoa^ '. .f **'3)1 c A '' *-**' .. J"


Thi' great home lo aed in Ole Windermnnere and oflert 3 large beuroorns, orice ror
could be 4h bedtomi 2.5 bath. li ing room arid dining roOm Combo .'ith julied
ceiling Familt room offers a hee standingg fireplace and ar etpan-i'e mjnuri tof gla, I
to. enhance the ,ronderrul ine%. Pnvate access to Lake Besie and the pninne But-
ler Chain of Lake' makes his home a "inner Offered at 1649.000 Contact Sharon
Ziomek -T-4O02-3495
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LaKeirncitonn LKe nHancock >Cnain 01 Lake' 15uilI in .-iUU [ni. Drealnak.-
ing 4 3 I home sith- 4.252 hid Sq ft of Ising space offer it all It li
specucular --n ultra-large grounds "ith a 3-car 'ide-entr- garage. 'un'se
ienw and mran\. man. upgrades This is a great home for enienrining
Offered at $1,900.000i Contact Suzi Karr for more inf -4()07-595-5258.


Lakefront with boat house $1,350,000


Brand Nev. Ouner Tranierrcnd" WhTai an opp.'rrariirm oer 3.000 )'i,4 bedrooms, 4 full
blUia. -eparale .lfice nfl.;ise, up-tairs bonus rfo.m. formal living and dining rooms, and
be.urlul screened in pctol Some of the uperade.sinclude gorgeous wool floors. Planation
Shuncri throughout. cutomi paint and tlainlet. appliances. i il home is a MUST SEE'
Obered at 1689.91il Call Bngene Hick fJ(-.247-655

Breathtaking One Acre Lakefront Home


-1 bedroom. 2 5 baths. 3.1(14 hid sf Lakefront on Lake C)press with
deeded access to The Butler Chain of Lake- This fine home mwas custom
built b\ PRESENT oU ner and offers dock and boathouse Contact Siuzi
Karr 407-595-5258.


B.ildable Lot on Lake Sheen $1,300,000


Wonderful Butler Chain Itinmg on Lmile Lake Down in the Cit. Lim-
Located on the East side of Lake Do%% n, this property comes ith a its of Windermere. This fine home offers a boathouse % %ith ne" hoist Beautiful vacant lot on Lake Sheen of the Butler Chain of Lakes.
cottage that can be lived in or eten add a second storn, but the salue and electronic coser. outdoor kitchen complete for those bar-b-q's. This fine property is located in the C)press Shores area of other fine
is in the LAND. Beautiful sunset views over Lake Down. Lot dimen- There is a wood-burning fireplace in living room and htd. Sq. ft. is homes Bring your builder and design your Dream Home!! Contact
sons: 50 x 250. Contact Suzi Karr- 407-595-5258. 1.741 w ith 2 bedrooms. 2 baths Contact Suzi Karr: 407-595-5258 Suzn Karr: 407-595-5258
Buildable Lot on Lake Sheen $1,200,000 Butler Chain Pointe $5,500,000 Lake Butler-3 parcels $5,500,000


Wonderful lakefront vacant lot on Lake Sheen of the Butler Chain
of Lakes. This is a very popular and up and coming area \ern near
attractions. Bring y our builder to design your future home Contact
Suzi Karr. 407-595-5258


Olde Windermere at it's best Home is allergy free %ith tile throughout, new
paint inside and out and remodeled kitchen The home offers an open floor
plan % ith a fireplace in the family room and French doors leading to the Flor-
ida room Deeded access to the famed Butler Chain of Lakes. 3 bedrooms.
3 baths and 2.144 hid. Sq ft Offered at $659,000 Contact Brigette Hicks
407-247-6555 or Suz Karr -10"-595-5258
East Orlando! A Prize O

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Ver- umque opportunity to own your on peninsula with Lake Chase on one
side and Lake Tibet Butler on the other of the Butler Chain of Lakes 3+- Watch the sum-nne on this etiate proper) located on the Hest side of Lake Butler There
beautiful acres w ith sater on three sides and no hoa fees This property is are three parcels otal and each parcel has a home on it but being sod "AS IS". There
cer) private and does come .ith an older home in sshich to live while ,ou one beautdul home on one parcel in v hhh to tive ,lbie btuidirng our Estate home.
r d r a ome. C t an S h ome n 4 iu Also. included ith this properM is sour on pnvate boaw ramp Thlus ia rare find and he
build your dream home. Contact Sharon Ziomek: 407--402.3495 proper has many maestuc oakL for 'hade Contact Sun Karr 407-595-5258.

Reduced and Comnare the Price! With Lease & Lease-Purchase Possible Too!


F-antastic Location in Olde Windermere on brick lined street ith majestic
oaks This 4/4 on near one acre of wonderfully landscaped grounds has a gor-
geous sunset view oser Lake Down of the Butler Chain of Lakes. Seller is
mouisated so don't wan Many upgrades include over-sized screen enclosed
pool, large back yard and a 3-car side entry garage Offered at $825.000.
Contact Suzn Karr. 407-595-5258


3/2 in Wauseon Ridge %with owned Lakefront piece on Wauseon Bay
of the Butler Chain of Lakes. This fine 3/2 has been updated and
shows beauufully. Located in the town limits of Windermere, which
means lots of parks and tennis courts and more! Offered at $549,000.
Contact Suzi Karr: 407-595-5258.


Thi' inehome ha'been REDUCEDandhe'ownersareready for yr ThLuxury and quality define thi, custom 4 bedrooms, 3 bath
offer Tsr, 5 bedroom. 3 baths home offer, 3Al)6 hta Sq ft. of h 1ing 6'41 % irth a flex plan to fit your familY's needs 4.6100 This 43 I home is a "Handy man Special" and could home offering oser 3.900 sq ft. all on one level Spacious
spate arid upgrades galore' Go-urmet kitchen nuth 42 cabineL, uth square feet of JUST lush limig area Pnced to sell under be spectacular s.ith remodeling It is priced according, and open .ith 12 foo ceilings, this home is gracious. well
.spa~andnd upgrade;yourotalentsrThe home offers a42" crounb AithsquareefeetnofnJUSTalushdecoriA larea Priced.er sellnunder .
croun molding.all stainless ieel apphiancei s. gramnecounter lop, recent appraisal. only $997.500 Compare this home and and a ants your talents The home offers an in-ground mainained and neutral is dpcor Alarge lot oerlooking the
ceramic nleon h floor Thi home' i:oper, ard spaciu, i neutrnd common others and ou'll a tomoe ght screened pool and split bedreRoom plan as ell as a tood.- adjacent pond offers pnvacy and peace. Too many fine fea-
communit% 10 others and you'll %&ant to move right in- uetols.JtREU Dto$2900.C I'
co'lr, This home is, p.nd froinsge andoffered at $439.000 Contact Call Suz Karr 40'-595-5258 buing replace in the Great Room Offered at $429,000. re to ist. Just REDUCED to 1290000. Call for more
Taryarn kruchelnke,. 21.605.83"7 .Contact Suzi Karr fior more Info 407-595-525S info and appointment Elizabeth Taylor: 407.694-4339.

Ma'-olia Park of Winderme.' re .- Prime West Orange County Posh Townhouse Near Hidden S- rin -
Magnolia Park of Windermere H Prime West Oranee County [I Pos~h Townhonnw Nenr 1fHidden Snrinus


This lovel\ home ha, 4 bdrms, and 3 bath's plus a
'tuds and lolt area Sitiated on overanacreof land
% ith no rear neighbors' Separate timial I\ ing and
dining rooms, kitchen opens to family room with
fireplace and screened-in pool and spa make this
a terrific family home. Asking $649,000. Contact
Brigette Hicks 407-247-6555.


Acreage! Just Under 11+/- Acres


Ideal property for school or church site. Also on
the property are 3 homes and a large barn, citrus
and more. Contact Suzi Karr:407-595-5258. Ask-
ing $3.5M.


Walt Disney World!


Here it is a great
3/2/1 in MINT
condition read)
for) ou to no\ e
right in... Yes,
indeed
Call Suzi Karr,
407-595-5258.
Asking:
$234,000..


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Location. Location, Location' (Great 42 pool home
offers the comfort and convenience of I n ig in the
heart of Dr Phillips! Close to shopping. dining and
schools! Enjoy formal living and dining rooms,
separate family room with brick fireplace and a spa-
cious kitchen. Reduced to $365,000. Call today for
a private showing! Sharon Ziomek 407-402-3495.


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