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Winter Garden passes all City Charter amendments


Deadline Fri. for
Ocoee golf tourney
This year's Ocoee Founders'
Das 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 1230p.m. Entry
deadline is this Frida,. Oct. 5
The fees are $60 per person i and
includes greens fee, can, and din-
ner), $240 per foursome and $100
sponsorship per hole.
For more information, call
David Wheeler at 407-905-3100,
Ext. 9-1504, or e-mail uhm at
dwheeler@ci.ocoee.tl us.

Join the Ocoee Found-
ers' Day Parade
The city of Ocoee, in partner-
ship with the West Orange
Chamber of Commerce, will hold
its annual Founders' Day Parade
on Saturday, Oct. 20. The parade
w ill begin at 9 a.m. at the Little
League Complex on Fle selling
Road and travel down Bluford
Avenue to Ocoee Middle School.
The old-fashioned hometown
parade features floats, decorated
bicycles, horses, antque and
more. Individuals, businesses and
community organizations are in-
vited to participate in this parade.
To join or for details, call the
Chamber office at 407-656-1304.

Library program
for home-schoolers
The Winter Garden Librar'
invites all home-schooled students
and their parents to a special
computer class to explore the
free databases, research tools and
homework help offered through
the library's Web site. The class
will be held Wednesda), OCt. 17,
at 4:30 p.m. Registration is neces-
sary by calling 407-835-7323.

Ocoee Lions set
turkey shoots
The Ocoee Lions Club will
host four Saturday turkey shoots,
this year. The dates are Oct 6,
Oct 27, Nov. 3 and Dec. 8. The
location for these shoots will be
88 1 Ocoee-Apopka Road, north
of Silver Star Road on the south
side of the West Orange Girls
Club Softball Complex. The
shoots begin at 9 a.m. and finish
at 4 p.m., and the cost is $2 50
per shot.

Shrine Concert Series
begins next Tuesday
Mary, Queen of the Universe
Shrine will hold the first program
in its concert series next Tuesday,
Oct 9, at 7-30 p.m.
The newly formed Soereign
Brass Union, an ensemble consist-
ing of 10 brass instrumentalists
in Central Flonda, will present a
concert of heroic music by Ga-
brieli, Strauss, Bach, Mozart and
more to kick off the season
Tickets priced at $9 are available
at the shrine gift shop or at the door
the night of the performance. Park-
ing is free.
The shrine is located at 8300
Vineland Ave.. Orlando. For details.
call 407-239-6600, Ext 38. or e-
mad shrinemusic@(netpass.com.

WO Women host
Holiday Bazaar Sat.
The West Orange Women will
hold a Holiday Bazaar this Sat-
urday, Oct. 6. from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p m. at Windermere Town Hall.
The proceeds w ill benefit the Rus-
sell Home for AtNpical Children.
Items for sale ,w ti include
jewelry, purses, accessories, cloth-
ing, tableware, Christmas d&cor.
handmade greeting cards, por-
celain collectibles, kitchen tools,
quilts, custom-designed dolls.
baked goods, jams, salad dress-
ings, gourmet cheeses and unusual
children's tos.
There will be a raffle for r"o
designer-decorated Christmas
trees, a Christmas wreath, a girt
certificate for a massage, several
gift baskets and a cookbook. The
bazaar will also includes a big
used book sale.



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By Michael Laval


Voters passed all 14 proposed
revisions to Winter Garden's
City Charter in the Sept. 25
mail-ballot referendum.
Approximately 1,300
residents participated in the
special election, with most
revisions winning by landslide
margins. Two amendments


prevailed by less than 230
votes.
The closest decision (766-
564) came on revision No.
6, which reduces the number
of commission members
required to call special
commission meetings, adjusts
notice requirements for
special meetings, provides
new procedures for calling


Ocoee trims budget,
lowers property tax
By Mary Anne Swickerath
During an almost-three-hour final budget
hearing last week, the Ocoee City Commission
pared down its 2007-08 budget and passed a
new property-tax rate of 4.2919 mills, a low-
er millage than last year's rate of 4.6295 and
within the guidelines of property tax cuts man-
dated by the Florida Legislature. The reduc-
tion of this rate will mean a lower tax bill for
Ocoee homeowners from the Orange County
Property Appraiser's Office than originally es-
timated. This rate is also lower than this year's
rollback rate of 4.2923 mills.
After eliminating items in the proposed
budget, the commission unanimously adopted
a General Fund budget of $32,567,765. That
budget went into effect Oct. 1.
(See Ocoee, 16A)

Winter Garden cuts park
expansion projects
By Michael Laval
Winter Garden residents will see their
property tax rates change for the first time in -2
years, but the reduced rates won't come without
consequences. Without any discussion, the City
Commission unanimously passed ordinances
last Thursday establishing a new millage rate
and approving the city's budget for fiscal
year 2007-08 with a General Fund budget of
$29,936,044.
The lowered property tax rate, from 4.3040
to 3.4296, comes as a result of a bill passed by
the state legislature this year requiring cities to
reduce millage below the rollback rates. Based
on property tax values, Winter Garden fell into
a category requiring a millage of nine percent
(See Winter Garden, 14A)

Oakland passes
$3.9M budget
By Amy Quesinberry
At its budget hearing Sept. 24, the town of
Oakland passed a budget of $3,936,416 for
Fiscal Year 2007-08. The town kept the same
millage rate as last year, 4.9245, and is expected
to bring in $1,365,983 in ad valorem taxes.
Town Manager Maureen Rischitelli said there
are no new major projects planned in the coming
year except for those that would use impact fees,
such as installing water lines during the state's
Highway 50 widening project and taking care
of minor road repairs.
The town manager said she keeps a list of
requested items from residents because the town
doesn't have money to pay for projects.
The town has no plans to cut or add any
(See Oakland, 14A)


emergency meetings and
reduces the required vote
for enactment of emergency
ordinances from unanimous
to an affirmative two-thirds
vote.
The next closest vote came
on revision No. 2 (741-514),
which changes the terms of
office for mayor and city
commissioners from two to


three years.
The other City Charter
revisions passed were:
No. 1 (1,100-131) -
incorporating a preamble and
technical revisions, removing
ineffective language and
providing for reorganization
and consolidation of the
charter.
No. 3 (1,141-91) -


requiring commissioners
to reside in the district they
represent.
No. 4 (990-241) requiring
that the city manager be hired
pursuant to an employment
contract.
No. 5 (1,112-211) -
establishing a new procedure for
(See Charter, 3A)


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A Titan Homecoming
Olympia High running back
Mike Bridges (above) fights
for yardage against the
Cypress Creek defense
last Friday night. Bridges
led the Titans with 96
yards and 1 touchdown
in Olympia's 14-7
Homecoming victory. Titan
tailbacks combined for 314
rushing yards, while the
defense racked up 5 sacks.
An Olympia fan (left) shows
off his team spirit 'as part of
the Homecoming festivities.
Photos courtesy of Zach
Bailey and www.joedaylor.
com.


Assistant principal promoted at Frangus Elementary


-This is the last in a
series of interviews with
new principals in 'The
West Orange Times'
coverage area.

By Kathy Aber

Dr. Jeffrey Bauer is a'familiar face
to students and staff at William E.
Frangus Elementary School even
though he was recently named as
principal.
He assumed his first assignment as
principal in January but had been the
school's assistant principal for four
years.
Bauer replaced Principal Carol
Russ, who left to open Sunset Park
Elementary School as its fir't prin-
cipal.
In a recent interview, Bauer told The
West Orange Times he is honored to


be the principal "because Frangus' from last year.
teachers, staff, students and commu- There have been quite a few cam-
nity are truly the best pus improvements this
in the West Learning year a new school
Community." gate;,fencing at the en-
During his tenure trance and around the
as assistant principal, playground, skirting for
Bauer said he de- the portables and new
veloped a good rap- concrete sidewalks. In
port with parents and addition, two portables.
teachers something have been removed
that improves student from the playground
achievement and staff to create a field for the
morale. school's new soccer
"Since [parents and team. The PTA is pro-
staff] have already viding funds for the
developed a good re- soccer nets and goals.
lationship, they feel Other projects slated
comfortable coming to Dr. Jeffrey Bauer, princi- for this year include
the principal when they pal of Frangus Elemen- repainting the picnic
have a personal issue," tary School tables, classroom doors
Bauer explained, and striping on the traf-
The enrollment at Frangus is 620 fic lanes, niew parking lot signs, a new
students this year, including prekin-
dergarten, a decrease of 110 students (See Principal, 16A)



SAdam's Road


managing hotel,


music career


By Amy Quesinberry

The members of Christian
pop band Adam's Road -
who live and work in the
Edgewater Hotel in downtown
Winter Garden strive to keep
their focus and their message
simple.
"When we first started as a
band, we made the decision
to write songs with Biblical
messages that could reach
people and touch their lives,"
said Micah Wilder. "We wanted
the words of our songs to be
clear and distinct, not be buried'
by loud music.
"That was a major part of our
decision to play only acoustic
instruments," he said.
Four vocalists in the Winter


Garden-based band sing lead
and background on different
songs. There is also a classically
trained pianist who'adds to the
unique musical blend.
Members say they deliver
"inspirational music with a
contemporary sound."
"A lot of people have
compared us with. the Beatles,"
Wilder said. "We'll let you
decide."
Folks can hear Adam's
Road's sound this weekend at
the Winter Garden Music Fest,
a three-day affair that will
offer a variety of music from
30 bands.
From the beginning, Adam's
Road sought to be different and

(See Adam's Road, 14A)


Members of Adam's Road live in the Edgewater Hotel in downtown Winter Garden. The
Christian pop band manages the bed-and-breakfast while working on its musical career.








2A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 4, 2007


NTC to host forum on caring for elderly


L VINCENT C. ADKINS SR., 43,
Winter Garden, died Saturday,
t Sept. 29. Marvin C. Zanders
-r Funeral Home, Apopka.
ac KIM K. BARAJAS, 54, Win-
dermere, died Sept. 21. She
was born in 1953 in Roches-
ter, Ind. She was preceded in
death by her parents, Richard
Manwaring and Bess A. Napier..
SSurvivors: husband, F. Daniel;
sons, Phillip, Daniel; daugh-
ters, Elizabeth, Natalie; broth-
er, Dan Manwaring and wife
Susan; stepmother, Betty Man-
waring; stepbrothers, Larry and
John Duncan; stepsister, Dana
Duncan. Memorial donations
can be made to the American
Canter Society, Orlando Metro
Unit, 1601 W. Colonial Drive,
Orlando 32804. Collison Carey
Hand Funeral Home, Winter
Garden.
JENNIFER BARKER-CARR-
AWAY, 33, Ocoee, died Mon-
day, Oct. 1. A lifelong resident of
Ocoee,
she
gradu-

West
Orange
Higa h d
School. ,
S h e
was a
lifelong
mem-
ber of
Oak Level Baptist Church in
Ocoee. Survivors: husband,
Tony Carraway; daughters,
Jade, Jennifer and Brooke Car-
raway; parents, Yvonne and
Donald Barker; sister, Brooke
Barker Braland. Collison Carey
Hand Funeral Home, Winter
Garden.

PAULINE C. BEARD, 82, Win-
ter Garden, died Thursday,
Sept. 27. She was born in 1924
in Montezuma, Ga., to Nancy
Ester (Napper) and Thomas
W. Collier. She retired from the
Winter Garden telephone office
and was a member of Beulah
Baptist Church. She was pre-
ceded in death by brothers Carl
Collier and wife Inez, Pascal
Collier, James Mathel Collier
and wife Eleanor, Jewell Col-
lier and wife Betty, W.D. Col-
lier and wife Wilma, Virgil Col-
lier; sisters Mittie Mae Pender
and husband Colson, Evelyn
Mixon and husband James,
Inez. Survivors: husband of 62
,years, Linnie; son, Gary D. and
wife Barbara; daughter, Susan;


grandchildren, Tracey Paris
and husband Jason, Shannon
Beard, Albert Valdes III, Bran-
don Valdes; great-grandchil-
dren, Madison, Grayson, Marlee
Paris; sister, Verna Stanridge
and husband Will Ernest, Stella
Jones and husband Edward;
sister-in-law, Margaret Collier;
and many nieces and neph-
ews. Funeral services were set
for this Wednesday, Oct. 3, at
11 a.m. at the Baldwin-Fairchild
Winter Garden Chapel, 428 E.
Plant St., Winter Garden. Inter-
ment will follow at the Winter
Garden Cemetery.
ROBERT, E. "ROBBIE" COX,
Clermont, died Sept. 20. Of
Pentecostal Faith, he was born
in Orlando and moved from
Ocoee to Clermont in 2005.
Survivors: mother, Janice Pearl
Bruton, Clermont; brother,
Gary D. and Kelly Singmas-
ter, Clermont; sons, Austin D.
Coro-Cox, Maitland, Cody D.,
Clermont; nieces, Lili Lynn,
Clermont, Courtney J., Ocoee;
nephews, Stephen W., Cler-
mont, Michael G., Steven M.
of Curry, Texas; grandmothers,
Dee Bruton, Las Vegas, Fran,
Ocoee. Brewer & Sons Funeral
Home and Cremation Services,
Clermont.
HATTIE MARIE CRUMP, 70,
Winter Garden, died Thursday,
Sept. 27. Marvin C. Zanders
Funeral Home, Apopka.
ODCIE DANIEL, 63, Winter
Garden, died Monday, Sept.
24. Gail & Wynn's Mortuary,-
Orlando.
AMIRALI HUSEIN KHIMANI,
75, Windermere, died 'Sept
23. Woodlawn Funeral Home,
Gotha.
GERALDINE B. LANG, 91,
Winter Garden, died Wednes-
day, Sept. 26. Mitchell's Funer-
al Home, Orlando.
DOROTHY GENELL MCKEE,
85, Winte Garde died Friday,
Sept. 28. Dobbs Funeral Home,
Orlando.
MARY LEE MINGER, 88, Win-
ter Garden, died Sept. 24 at
her residence with her family
at her side. Her life was cen-
tered around her church and
her family. She was born in
1919 in Geneva County, Ala.,
to Rueben Eugene and Fran-
ces Lindsey Hughes. She was
a seamstress and a homemak-
er. A resident of Panama City


since 1951, she was a mem-
ber of St. Andrew's Church of
God. She relocated to Winter
Garden- in 2000 and became
a member of Garden Cathe-
dral Church of God, where her
son is senior pastor. She was
preceded in death by husband
Allen W. Minger and 8 siblings.
Survivors: sons, Terry, Sr. and
wife Betty, Bartlett, Tenn., the
Rev. Dr. Ray G. and wife Bar-
bara, Winter Garden; daughter,
Frances Horton and husband
the Rev. Don Horton, Brandon;
brother, W.G. Hughes, Junc-
tion City, Kan.; 7 grandchildren;
3 great-grandchildren. .Becker
Family Funeral Home, Cler-
mont.

GEORGE H. REAVES Writing
my own obituary, I was born
here in Winter Garden in Oc-
tober

a n d
have




times: WWIpen the Great Depres-
the rest
of my
years, my swork was mechani-
here. I
came e
u could rent a horse and
througgy for the weekend. During

touWW I spent hour years in the
times:r Force, serving in the Great Depres-
sion and the rough times ofu
the in Tok30syo. During y working 1948
years mety work was mechani-
cal, involving citrus in one way
orate, another. I remember when
in downtown Winter Garden
you could rent. Ia horse and
buggy for the weekendces. During
WWII, I spent four years in the
Air Force, serving th sinctates
and the Far East, ancould haveI wound
up in Tokyo. I got home in 1948
and met Frances on a blind-
date, and the next 59 years
are history. I lost Francesindy
April of 2007. Frances got me
interested in church, and now It
have been a member of Oak-
land Presbyterian Church since
1951. I'm thankful Icnould have
God in my life all those years.
Francew it's timwas a fine, hard-work-
ing woman, and after all this
time I still miss her and bCindy
very much. Now I want to thank
all my many friends for just be-
ing friends. Now for my special
friends: You helped me through
some very lonely times. I can-
not thank you enough. I have
enjoyed life pretty much, and
now it's time for someone else
to fill in the last line..God bless.
George Reaves died on Sept.
28, 2007. A memorial service.


Obituaries


The National Training Center
in Clermont will host a forum en-
titled, "A Primer for the Sandwich
Generation." The program, which
is taking place for the third straight
year, will focus on the generation
caring for children and parents at
the same time in their homes.
The forum takes place Satur-
day, Oct. 6. Registration starts at
noon, with the program lasting
from 12:30-4 p.m. The event is
free and CEUs will be available at
no cost. Presenters will include Dr.


Thomas Valente, medical director
at Lifestream Behavioral Center;
Patrick Smith, elder law attor-
ney; Carmen Vasquez, prescrip-
tion assistance; Denise Sherman,
LPN, 'stress relief; and Julia Al-
len, Hospice of Lake and Sumter
counties.
Seating is limited, so the public
is encouraged to RSVP by Oct.
1 by calling Cheryl Fletcher at
352-394-5549. Attendees will
enjoy light refreshments, a trivia
contest and door prizes.


will be held this Friday, Oct. 5,
at 11 a.m. at Oakland Presby-
terian Church. Memorial dona-
tions can be made to Oakland
Presbyterian Church, 218
Oakland Ave., Winter Garden
34787 or the First United Meth-
odist Church of Winter Garden,
125 N. Lakeview Ave., Winter
Garden 34787. Baldwin-Fairch-
ild Funeral Home, 428 E. Plant
St., Winter Garden.

ROBERT WILLIAMS, 80, Win-
ter Garden, died Sept. 22. All
Faiths Funeral Alternatives and
Cremation Service, Orlando.

DOYLE H. WOMACK, 56, Cler-
mont, died Sept. 23 at home,
surrounded by his family. He
was born in 1951 in Sylacauga,
Ala., to John and Lucile Wom-
ack. He married Gaila Posey in
1978 in Orlando. He lived in the
same home on Lake Minneola
for almost 30 years and enjoyed
skiing and boating. He was a
member of Real Life Christian
Church and during the past 20
years served as a deacon, ush-
er and Sunday School teacher.
He was part of the Citrus Tower
Cruisers and participated in the
2005 and 2006 Hot Rod Power
Tour. Survivors: wife, Gaila,
Minneola; son, Clint and wife
Kerilyn, Winter Garden; daugh-
ters, Amanda McKnatt and hus-
band Corey and daughter Aryn,
Minneola, Anola, Atlanta, Lydia
Todd andhusband Dustin and
son Asher, Minneola; .brothers,
John L. Tyra and wife Harriet,
Braselton, Ga., Huey E. Tyra
and wife Polly, Charlotte, N.C.;
parents, John and Lucile, Min-
neola.; several nieces and
nephews. Memorial donations
can be made to the Student
Ministry at Real Life Christian
Church, 796 Hook St., Cler-
mont 34711. Becker Family Fu-.
neral Home.

ANDREA CATHERINE
"ANDIE" WALLACE WOOD,
54, Ocoee, died Sept. 25,
2007, after a battle with can-
cer. If a friend was in need, she
would always be there to help.
Survivors: husband, Robert C.;
mother-in-law, Zella; sons, Jus-
tin and wife Christina, Ryan and
wife Leslie, Nicholas; grand-
children, Brandon and Cassidy
Silvasman, Conor, Ethan, Sky-
la, Caulin, Reese. Memorial
donations can be made to the
American Cancer Society or
Hospice of the,Comf6rter.


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Summerville at Oak Park is works with high-risk individuals
teaming up with Maxim Health is encouraged to get a flu shot.
Systems to offer on-site flu shots Cost is $30 for flu shots and
Oct. 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. $40 for pneumonia shots.
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Correction
Windermere's assistant town manager, Robert NeeDel-
man, called The West Orange Times to clarify that the town's
$857,935 stormwater remediation project will begin at the
end of Fiscal Year 2007-08, not at the end of the calendar year
as stated in the budget article in last week's issue.
In addition, the drainage work on Oakdale Street at Twelfth
and at First avenues is funded by a grant from FEMA, not a
319 Grant as stated last week.

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Thursday, October 4, 2007 The West Orange Times 3A


Aggravated
battery in Ocoee
On Saturday, Sept. 28,
shortly before 5 p.m., Ocoee
police officers responded to
a fight in progress with shots
fired in the 2100 block of
New Victor Road.
Three adult males were
standing outside talking
when four assailants drove
up in a black four-door sedan
and got out. The victims and
'suspects exchanged words
about a female acquaintance
and a physical fight ensued.
As the victims ran away, the
suspects got into the sedan.
A single shot was fired at a
victim from the suspect ve-
hicle as it fled west on New
Victor Road.
The gunshot went through
a wood fence and into the
frame of a house. No one was
injured as a result of the fight
or gunshot.
The Ocoee police are with-
holding the victims' identities
pending further investiga-
tion.
Anyone with information
on this case is encouraged to
contact the Ocoee Police De-
partment at 407-905-3160 or
Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS
(8477). Crimeline offers up
to $1,000 for information
leading to a felony arrest,
and the caller will remain
anonymous.

Fire at Citrus
Elementary
On Tuesday, Sept. 25, at
approximately 10 p.m., the
Ocoee Fire Department re-
sponded to an automatic fire
alarm at Citrus Elementary
School. Upon arrival, units
advised they saw smoke in
the building and requested
a full structure fire assign-
ment requiring additional
Ocoee and Orange County


Charter
filling commission vacancies.
Under this amendment, if six
months or less remain in a
commissioner's unexpired
term, the commission will fill
the vacancy by appointment,
or, if more than six months
remain on the term, a special
election would be called to
fill the vacancy.
No. 7 (1,014-223) -
providing for redistricting, a
redistricting committee and
the adoption of redistricting
ordinances.
No. 8 (1,079-168) -
revising charter election
provisions, reconstituting
the canvassing board and
permitting delegation of
canvassing duties. The
city's past canvassing
board, composed of the
City Commission members,
will be replaced with a
board consisting of the
city clerk and two citizens.
Also, the amendment will
permit canvassing duties to
be delegated to the county
canvassing board.
No. 9 (1,119-128) -
establishing a charter process
for citizen, initiatives and


Fire Rescue units.
After entering the building,
they saw moderate smoke
coming from the office area
and an activated fire sprin-
kler. After gaining access to
the office, crews located the
fire and extinguished it.
The school suffered smoke
and water damage throughout
the first floor. The Ocoee Fire
Department and the State Fire
Marshal's Office determined
the cause of the fire was from
a fan that had shorted out in
the office area.
Once Orange County Pub-
lic Schools officials arrived
on the scene, it was deter-
mined by all.parties (OCPS
and Ocoee Fire Department)
that the building would be
closed to all persons- on
Wednesday, Sept. 26. Kin-
dergartners and first- and
second-graders had classes in
portables, with grades third
through fifth being bused
to Ocoee Middle School for
Wednesday classes.

Ocoee police report
For the period of Sept. 18-
24, the Ocoee Police Depart-
ment reports the following
crimes (2 of them cleared by
arrest):
Robbery- 1
Burglary of a convey-
ance-3
Attempted burglary of a
business-1
Burglary of a resi-
dence- 1
Attempted burglary resi-
dence- 1
Burglary of a struc-
ture-1
Grand theft- 1
Grand theft/motor vehi-


cle- 1.


for assistance during the pe-
riod of Sept. 20-26:
Fire-2
EMS-49
Vehicle accidents-5
Hazardous materials- 1
Public Service- 13
False alarms--6
City calls-69
County calls--3
Winter Garden calls-2
Windermere calls- 2.

Winter Garden
police report
The Winter Garden Police
Department reported 707
,calls for service from Sept.
24-30:
Arrests Adult, 23; juve-
nile, 1
Robbery-3
Sexual battery-1
Child abuse- 3
Assault/battery-14
Burglary, residential and
business-5
Burglary, vehicle-7
Vehicle thefts-2
Thefts-9
Criminal mischief-7
Drug violations- 1
DUI-3
Vehicle accidents-24
Alarms-32.
Police also conducted 100
foot patrols and 316 security
checks.

Winter Garden
fire-report
The Winter Garden Fire
Department responded to 78
calls for assistance from Sept.
23-29:
Fires-3
Emergency medical calls-


53


Ocoee fire report
The Ocoee Fire Depart-
ment responded to 76 calls


Auto accidents--7
Automatic fire alarms--7
Public assist-2
Miscellaneous -6.


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referendum. The proposed
amendment will create
a citizen initiative and
referendum process to
challenge existing ordinances
and propose new ordinances,
provided initiative petitions
meet certain criteria and are
then submitted to the City
Commission for adoption.
If not adopted, the petition
could be put to a citywide
referendum.
No. 10 (969-267) -
revising powers of the City
Commission and grounds
and procedures for removal
of commissioners.' This
amendment will reduce the
residency requirement for
commission candidates to
one year, reduce the number
of allowable unexcused
commissioner absences at
commission meetings from
four to three. and provide
commissioners facing
forfeiture with the right to a
public hearing.
No. .11 (916-320) -
adjusts the respective duties
of appointed officers and
provide for an independent
city clerk. The amendment


requires all city officers to
be appointed by the city
manager, except the city
clerk and city attorney, who
would both be appointed and
removed by the commission.
The amendment also names
the city clerk the supervisor
of municipal elections
and permit the clerk to act
independently of the city
manager while exercising
certain duties.
No. 12 (1,101-142) -
aligning the city's procedures
for adopting ordinances with
state law.
No. 13 (1,144-123) -
providing for charter review
once every eight years.
No. 14 (929-302) -
revising and consolidating
charter fiscal provisions
and providing for fiscal
management. The amendment
permits the City Commission
to reduce, transfer or make
additional appropriations or
emergency notes, require
the city manager to monitor
fiscal matters and allow the
city manager to transfer funds
among programs within a
department or unit.


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West Orange
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The West Orange Seniors'
October luncheon meeting
will be held on the fourth
Thursday, Oct. 25, instead of
the third Thursday because
of Ocoee Founders' Day
festivities taking place Oct.
19 and 20.
The club's October trip will
be to Sterling Casino Cruises.
The bus will leave from the
Community Center at 8 a.m.,
and the cost is $5.
The West Orange Seniors
play cards on Tuesdays and
Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in the
Community Center and need
more players to come and join
the group. The Senior Crafters
meet on the second and fourth
Thursday at 12:45 p.m. at the
center, and they are currently
working on holiday crafts for
local nursing homes.
The club also holds bingo
there each Monday from 1-3
p.m., with snacks at 2 p.m.
For more information, call
Mary Black at 407-656-4813.
Mary will serve as president
pro tern until elections of new
officers in November. The
officers will be sworn in at the
club's annual Christmas party
and will take office in January
2008. The Christmas party
is set for Dec. 20 at Golden
Pond. Tickets are $10.


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Opinion


Friends of Lake Apopka offers the facts regarding
Lake County Water Authority's NuRF project


The Friends of Lake Apopka continue to op-
pose the Nutrient Reduction Facility (NuRF)'
project proposed by the Lake County Water Au-
thority. This project, to be installed adjacent to
the Apopka-Beauclair Canal at the point where
the canal leaves Lake Apopka, includes the ad-
dition of an alum compound to waters flow-
ing downstream to remove nutrients, primarily
phosphorous.
Objections are based on the following details:
Infrastructure required for this project is pro-
posed on the CC Ranch, a 250-acre parcel that
was purchased using P-2000 funds in 1991. This
ranch is a key parcel in the Lake Apopka North-
shore Restoration Area because it is the only par-
cel that was never tilled and the only section that
Scan be restored to a wet-prairie ecosystem.
The restoration plan for Lake Apopka in-
cluded a cost to taxpayers of $105 million to
purchase the farmlands on the northshore, and
this included a requirement for restoration back
to marsh habitat. This proposed industrial use of
the CC ranch should not be allowed. The SJR-
WMD agreed to a lease of this land for $1/year!
The LCWA has options for this construction
downstream, which would treat more discharge
than the current location. Costs would be greater
because of additional pumping required, and the
land might not be free but it should be more ef-
fective.
There are some questions about the effective-
ness of this expensive project: as phosphorous
levels in Lake Apopka fall, the removal percent-
age will be less than calculations proposed when
the high P levels in the lake were very high.
When the lake levels fall (as they do routinely),
the system is not functional because it requires
gravitational flow.
Infrastructure proposed includes two nine-
acre ponds that are 20 feet deep, two new canals,
six 12,150-gallon alum tanks, an equipment
building, a building to hold a large centrifuge,
a 200,000-gallon floc storage tank, a gravel ac-
cess road and a 21-acre dewatered storage area
"for later use or disposal." Wet detention will be
required to treat stormwater, but no details are
given about design.
The predominant subsurface soil type is heavy
clay. Construction will generate at least 300,000
cubic yards of fill that will be retained on site.
Without immediate stabilization, erosion of this
material could impact many adjacent areas.
The proposal from LCWA includes a promise
to restore the site when the project is finished.
This will be impossible because of the delicate
hydrologic regime associated with the wet prai-
rie system and the heavy clay soils found on
site.
Construction and operation costs are high and
will be paid from several sources. The low bid,
by Gibbs and Register Inc., was $7,272,000, and
'the initial consultant contract, to ERD Inc., was
$71,973.44. Operation costs will range from
$825,555 to $1,499,695.
Monies will be sought from sources other than
the LCWA. The Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection has pledged $3,700,000 and
plans call for further requests from. the Florida
Legislature and the SJRWMD. Some concerns
have been expressed that this project will cause
some diversion of emphasis on the restoration of
Lake Apopka. Until these headwaters are clean,
downstream pollution will occur.
The lease with SJRWMD requires that the


project must comply with the USFWS Avian
Protection Plan. Review of this requirement
indicates the requirements only apply to those
species which use woody plants for nesting and
the LCWA report only reviewed 4 upland spe-
cies: Carolina Wren, Mockingbird, Loggerhead
Shrike and Fish Crow. The site is more valuable
for wetland species and newly hatched sandhill
cranes and killdeers have been observed on site
with utilization by many other species.
A required survey of protected species report-
ed occurrence of five protected species observed
on or adjacent to the site: bald eagle, sandhill
crane, tricolored heron, white ibis and Sher-
man's fox squirrel. Another survey reported 17
species of birds, one mammal, two reptiles, one
amphibian and two fish species. More extensive
surveys will indicate the presence of many more
species. In fact, other sections of the assessment
reported "many other aquatic avian species for-
aging in and around wetlands" but then declared
that proposed site work will have no impacts!
The proposed treatment process involves ex-
posure of lake water to a solution of aluminum
sulphate in the large setting ponds. This process
allows the A solution to flocculate nutrients and
other particles from the water column, forming a
layer of thin "slurry" on the bottom of the ponds.
This slurry will then be pumped to large stor-
age tanks and remaining water in the pond will
be allowed to flow back to the A-B Canal and
downstream. The stored flocculent will then be
centrifuged to separate water, leaving a semi-dry
cake material that will be stored on site.
. Concerns center on several facts; the effects
on downstream lakes are unknown if the alum is
allowed to leave the system. The fact that sudden
pH changes can alter the flocculent, creating a
potential toxic situation is known. No. concrete
disposition plan for the dried alum compound
has been proposed. Plans call for storage areas
that will hold up to 20 years of production. One
proposal calls for use of the sediment to fill in
the existing 20-foot deep ponds as part of the
restoration program. All this is proposed in an
environmentally sensitive site!
Liquid alum will be delivered to the site on a
routine basis in large tanker trucks. Operation of
the various pumps, dredges and centrifuge will
cause noise pollution that will impact wildlife
habitat value in all surrounding areas.
It seems clear that execution of this project
will entail use of taxpayer dollars to destroy a
parcel bought with taxpayer dollars for preser-
vation (P-2000) and more taxpayer dollars will
be used to construct a questionable project and
still more to attempt restoration of the site if the
project does not work.
Every effort should be made to stop this proj-
ect since permits have been issued, the lease is to
be, signed right away an contracts are being let,
the only hope we have is that Gov. Crist and/or
Michael Sole, director of FDEP, with intervene.
Please write them ASAP!
The Honorable Charlie Crist
State of Florida
PL-05 The Capitol
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0001
Michael Sole, Director
Florida DEP
3900 Commonwealth Blvd., MS 665
Tallahassee, FL 32399


October is Florida 'Greenways and Trails Month'
Greenways protect natural resources and connect communities


Emphasizing a commitment to a healthier
lifestyle for all Floridians, Governor
Charlie Crist and the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection (DEP). is
recognizing October as Florida Greenways
and Trails Month. With more than 5,000
miles of trails and 80,000 acres of greenway,
Florida provides residents and visitors of all
ages and abilities with year-round access
to a wide -variety of free health and fitness
activities. Greenways and trails provide
recreational opportunities, protect Floridais
natural resources, preserve historical and
cultural sites and connect communities.
"Florida Greenways and Trails Month
offers Floridians a chance to come together
and celebrate our natural resources," said Jena
Brooks, Director DEPis Office of Greenways
& Trails. "Greenways and trails provide
nature-based recreational opportunities as
well as encourage use of alternative, energy-
saving forms of transportation."
More than 100 events are taking place
in more than 59 counties around the state
to celebrate Florida Greenways and Trails
Month, including the 13th Annual Rails to
Trails Bike Ride on the Withlacoochee State


Trail, the Calusa Blueway Paddling Festival
and an Apalachicola Canoe Trip. Events
will highlight the natural beauty of Floridais
trails with equestrian rides, educational hikes
and birding festivals as well as paddling
excursions, running and mountain-biking
events.
DEP's Office of Greenways & Trails
manages eight state trails, in addition to the
Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway,
Floridais longest green corridor stretching
110 miles from the St. Johns River near
Palatka to the Gulf of Mexico near Inglis.
Of the eight state trails, six are rail-trails,
which are railroad corridors converted to
recreational trails for hiking, biking, skating
and equestrian activities. Through Florida
Forever, the states premier land acquisition
program, $4.5 million is allocated annually
to purchase and preserve land for Floridafs
greenways and trails.
For a list of events in your area, visit http://
www.dep.state.fl.us/gwt/news/gwtmonth_
oct/default.htm. To view the Governorfs
Greenways and Trails Month proclamation,
visit http://www.dep.state.fl.us/secretary/
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Our neighboring city, Clermont, is all
primed for staging one of the state's largest
field trials of the Florida Fox Hunters Associ-
ation in which more than 300 fox hounds will
open the event. Fred Roper of Winter Garden,
prominent citrus grower and sportsman, a
lifelong member of the association, will par-
ticipate in the program. Among those riding to
the hounds will be Sen. Spessard Holland and
Gov. Millard Caldwell.
Clarence E. Thompson, furniture dealer,
was elected mayor of Winter Garden, defeat-
ing E.O. Roper by seven votes, the closest
vote in a mayor's race in the city of Winter
Garden
30 years ago
"Donald Ray Tyndall, come on down!" the
announcer for the popular TV game show The
Price is Right hollered. And Tyndall went on
down, whooping and hollering the whole way.
The Winter Garden resident was on vacation
in California when he was televised on CBS.
Among items from West Orange merchants
to be sold at the Channel 24 Auction are straw
purses from Leader Department Store, sprin-
kling systems and a coffee percolator from
Bray Hardware, ceiling laps from Winter Gar-
den Lumber and shirts from Griffin's Men's
Wear. Local area auction workers are Char-
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25 years ago
The Times has been inundated with Let-
ters to the Editor concerning a request to the
Orange County School Board to change the
name of the Lakeview Junior High School
Red Devils on religious grounds.
From "Editor's Notebook": Ever won-
der how the Lakeview Red Devils got their
name? Roy Fulmer Sr. tells us he's the hero
or the culprit, depending on your viewpoint.
The new high school was built in 1927, the
year after he moved to Winter Garden from
Sylacauga, Ala., where the school mascot was
(and still is) the Red Devils. The new school
needed a name for its football team, and Roy
lobbied and won. And with the third genera-
tion of Fulmers now in school, he's still happy
with his decision.

20 years ago
Chen Dong of China is an exchange teacher
for a semester at West Orange High School.
He stayed at first with Bob and Kathy Mathei-
son of Windermere, where an unusual feature
of the household was that he conversed in his
native language with their daughter Cindy,
who studied Chinese at Georgetown Univer-
sity and has received a graduate fellowship for
Chinese Studies at Johns Hopkins University.
Chen is now living with Wade and Joan Har-
gadon of Windermere. Bill Bean is his master
teacher at WOHS.


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DiBiasio to work with 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' author


Biz After Hours at Apple Air
Apple Air Conditioning and Heating in Winter Garden recently celebrated its 10th anniversary
with a "Casino Night' party while hosting the West Orange Chamber of Commerce's Business
After Hours. Enjoying the festivities are (l-r) co-owner Kevin Butler, Kelly Legros, Chamber
President Stina D'Uva and co-owner Peter Lattner, Jr.


Many guests enjoyed the food, drinks and an evening of fun at Apple Air's Casino Night
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Engineered Homes names new sales specialist for Winter Garden community


Longtime new homes
specialist and former Home
Builders Association Sales
Associate of the Year Dolly
Rolly, GRI, IM, has joined
sales operations at Engineered
Homes.
Rolly, whose impressive 32-
year career includes general real
estate, broker and key on-site
sales positions with companies
such as Park Square Homes and
, Lennar Homes, will be handling
on-site sales for Engineered
Homes' new community in
Winter Garden, Johns Lake
Pointe.
Rolly joins the Winter Park-
based company after spending
the past seven years as a new
homes consultant for Park
Square Homes where she was
one of the company's top sales
producers, including 2005
When she posted better than $30
million in new home sales and
was honored as the company's


sales associate of the year.
Prior to that, Rolly worked
for about eight-and-a-half years
at Lennar Homes, where she
ranked among the company's top
sales people. In 1999, the HBA
of Mid-Florida recognized her
as its sales associate of the year.
She is also a former recipient
of the Longwood Chamber of
Commerce's Business Woman
of the Year award.
"Dolly Rolly has established
herself as one of the premier new
home specialists in the Orlando
area and we are delighted to have
her on our sales team," said Steve
O'Dowd, Engineered Homes
president and CEO. "She has
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sales numbers wherever she's
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encouragement.
"The group is an amazing
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DiBiasio said. "We believe that
we can use our joint energy to
not only build personal success,
but to also become leaders for
change in our communities.
Working in a group gives us
more contacts, more ideas and
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In addition to working as
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reach and motivate students and
to build better team dynamics
among school staffs.
DiBiasio said he learned the
tools for self-esteem building
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he attended that was taught
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who attended, Canfield selected
DiBiasio and 39 others to work
with his Platinum Mastermind
Group for next year.


Rick DiBiasio, CFP, a
Windermere resident and owner
of a Winter Garden financial
planning firm, was recently
selected to be a member of Jack
Canfield's Platinum Mastermind
Group. Canfield is the creator
of the Chicken Soup for the
Soul book series. He is also
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of the teachers in the DVD The
Secret.
Canfield asked 40 people
from around the world to join
him in working to increase
their levels of success and to
help other people reach their
personal and professional
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monthly conference calls. Group
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Windermere
Realtor earns
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Realtor Julia Anita
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Windermere, 'recently
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Institute (GRI) designation
by completed the required
curriculum. She joins
other top residential real
estate producers across
the country who hold the
designation.
Strimple earned GRI
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of at least 90 hours of
classroom instruction,
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Winter Garden


VFW activities
West Orange VFW Post
4305 Ladies Auxiliary and
Pine Hills VFW 8152 Ladies
Auxiliary will host bingo and
an ice cream social at the
Orlando VA nursing home
this Saturday, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m.
Anyone wishing to donate
items to veterans can drop them
off at the post home, 1170 E.
Plant St., Winter Garden, and
the auxiliaries will take them
to the center.
On Oct. 8, District 18 Ladies
Auxiliary President Jerry-Ann
Henry will make her official
visit to the meeting of West
Orange VFW 4305 Ladies
Auxiliary. The meeting will
begin at 7 p.m. followed by
refreshments.
On Oct. 12 and 13, the
Department of Florida Fall
Roundup meeting will be held
at the Ramada Inn in Ocala.
Chairmen will give reporting
and progress on the programs.
All Ladies Auxiliary members
are being urged to attend.

Families collecting
donations for
Oct. 13 Buddy Walk
The Winter Garden families
of Katie Tice, 5; Breven Walk-
er, 2 1/2; and Calvin Sanders,
3, are collecting funds for the
10th Annual Buddy Walk on
Oct. 13.
All money raised goes to the
Down Syndrome Association
of Central Florida. The walk
is from 8 a.m. to noon at Lake
Eola Park.
The families have their own
teams set up and their own
Web sites: www.firstgiving.
com/queenkatie, www.firstgiv-
ing.com/calvinscrusaders2 and
www.firstgiving.combreven-
bunch.


Vendors needed

for Halloweenfest


Groups looking for a
fun way to raise funds can
join in on the festivities at
the annual Halloweenfest
hosted by the Winter Gar-
den Parks and Recreation
Department. Thousands of
participants will gather on
Plant Street on Wednes-
day, Oct. 31, starting at 6
p.m. to take part in family-
friendly costume contests,
trick-or-treating, bounce
houses, entertainment and
more.
The Rec Department is
looking for school groups,
athletic teams, church


youth groups, Relay For
Life teams or other non-
profits who might want
to be interested in hosting
carnival activities, game
booths, cake walks or Hal-
loween-related activities.
Food and drink vendors
are also being sought.
Many opportunities
are available, and there is
no cost to participate for
non-profit groups. Call
the Parks and Rec office
at 407-656-4155 for more
details on how to be part of
one of the premier Hallow-
een events in the area.
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Before-, after-school program
started at Bay St. Church of God
Bay Street Church of God p.m., and breakfast lunch
in Christ in Winter Garden and a snack are provided.
has started a before- and To celebrate the
after-school program. This grand opening, program
fee-based program provides administrators are offer
services for elementary-age the first two weeks for $35
students from local schools. weekly and each week
Before-school care is thereafter for $50. Sign-up
from 7-8:30 a.m. Monday for this offer expires Oct.
through Friday and includes 15.
breakfast and transportation The King's Academy will
to school. After care includes provide transportation. The
a snack and transportation church is at 1301 E. Bay
from school from 3-6 p.m. St., Winter Garden. Simon
(2 p.m. Wednesdays. Care Thomas is the director.
is also provided on Teacher For more information, call
Workdays from 7 a.m. to 6 407-656-5665, Ext. 105.

Sunday morning bike ride planned
The Central Florida Chapter Sunday, Oct. 28, starting at 8
of the Florida Trail Association a.m. Participants should bring
is planning an 18-mile bike ride water and sunscreen. Helmets
on the West Orange Trail from are required at this free event.
the Orange-Lake County Line For more information, call
trailhead (off Highway 50) to the leader, Rodney Posey, at
Clermont and back. The ride is 321-436-2349.

Scores for West Orange duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. L. and T. Saulino 2. D. and J. Schweiger 3. Y.
Peabody-M. Voorhees 4. M.A. Cummings-L. Nieman 5. L.
White-J. Swartwood; E-W: 1. J. and G. Woltman 2. B. and R.
Blair 3. 0. and B. Brantley 4. H. Parker-C. Sniegowski 5. B. and
F. Van Buren.


Civitan attends annual district convention


Members of the West
Orange Civitan Club recently
returned from their annual
Florida District Convention
held in St. Augustine. It was
a rewarding and memorable
weekend for members Cindy
Baker, Gay Aaron, Helen
Galloway, Kerry Herzig and
Kelly Chambers.
During the convention,
annual awards are presented
in several categories in
recognition of the club's work
in its community. The clubs are
divided into two categories:
fewer than 30 members and
30 or more.
At the time of the entries,
the club was entered into the
larger category and, with only
32 members, felt it would be
difficult to compete with the
metro clubs with more than 80
members.
To the club's credit was
the total dedication it has to
the projects it supports. West
Orange won four first-place
awards and one third. The first-
place awards were for Club
Fellowship, Club Education,
Community Service Project
Relay For Life and Total
Community Service Projects.
The third-place award was
for its Tildenville Elementary
School Christmas Community
Service Project.
Another highlight of the
convention was the naming
of member Helen Galloway
as District Civitan of the Year.
She is a member of two clubs
and does double duty all year
long, in addition to her duties
at the district level. She was
rewarded with a gold sand
dollar necklace for her hard
work on the annual Civitan
convention that was held in
Orlando in July.
Members were treated to an
evening with Thomas Edison.
Actor/writer Frank Attwood
brought the man to life with
stories of success, failure and
stories of how he became such
a legend.


Helen Galloway not only received a necklace as Civitan
of the Year, but she also won the centerpiece for being in
Civitan longer than anyone at her table.


Clubs were asked to bring
canned goods for a food drive
for the local St. Francis House,
whose mission is to provide
food and shelter for the
homeless in the St. Augustine
area.
Club members take turns
chairing the various fund-
raisers and projects throughout
the year. Not everyone is able
to or expected to participate in


every event, and each chooses
what fits his or her schedule
and interests.
West Orange Civitan
meets the second and fourth
Thursday of the month at
6:30 p.m. at Grace Worship
Center. Members welcome
visitors.
For more information, call
Kelly Chambers at 407-656-
9841.


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Downtown fall art,
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Winter Garden's historic
downtown Fall Art and Craft
Festival is planned for Nov.
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Vendors will be set up from 10
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will be selling items like art,
photography, jewelry, pottery,
wood, metal and glass.
Entertainment, music and
food are part of the weekend
as well. Parking and admission
are free.
Event organizers are still
accepting applications from
vendors wanting to participate.
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Sunshine Singers
seeking altos and
sopranos
The Sunshine Singers is now
practicing Mondays at 9:30 a.m.
at St. Luke's United Methodist
Church at Apopka-Vineland and
Windermere-Conroy roads near
Windermere. These women en-
tertain at various senior residen-
tial, assisted-living and nursing
homes, as well as at senior and
civic groups around Orlando.
The group is always seeking
more altos and second and first
sopranos. Call Mary Ellen Boice
at 407-299-5244 for details.


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Are you an alumnus
of Tildenville Elementary?
Tildenville Elementary is turning 100, and the school
is planning a birthday celebration on Saturday, Oct. 13,
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Winter Garden Heritage
Foundation is looking for TES alumni so they can be
recognized at the celebration.
Tildenville is opening its doors to the entire community
and surrounding area for the event.
Anyone in the Tildenville community who wishes to
participate as one of the arts-and-crafts vendors may call
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Thursday, October 4, 2007 The West Orange Times 7A


Reelin' it in
Jordan Zinn of Mascotte was surprised while fishing one
evening in Lake Jackson, a small lake behind his home.
He pulled in a 10-pound largemouth bass, certainly the
catch of the day. Jordan is the grandson of Jerry and Lee
Zinn of Winter Garden.

Foundation gala to benefit new campus


Foundation Academy, a
Christian school for grades
K3 through 12th, is planning
its first gala to benefit the ex-
pansion of the school's new
south campus. This campus
will house the middle and high
schools. It is slated to open in
October.
The event is Saturday, Oct.
13, at 6 p.m. at Rosen Shingle
Creek. The evening will con-
sist of a gourmet dinner, live
auction by American Fund-
raising and silent auction by

Murder mystery
dinner theater at
Garden Cathedral
The Garden Cathedral Church
of God Drama Team will pres-
ent Murder Me Always by Lee
Mueller this Saturday, Oct. 6, at
6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 7,
at 12:30 p.m. It will take place
.in the Family Life Center, 1001
W. Plant St., Winter Garden.
This is a murder mystery din-
ner theater with audience par-
ticipation.
The menu includes a choice
of lasagna or Fettuccine Alfredo
with chicken; salad; bread; des-
sert; and coffee, tea or water.
Tickets are $12 for adults,
$8 for children 5-10 and free
for children under 5. Call 352-
394-7937 for more information
and for ticket purchase. Leave
a message and the call will be
returned.

Roper YMCA sets
3rd fall festival
The Roper YMCA Fam-
ily Center in Winter Garden
is holding an open house with
fun, food and prizes, a balloon
artist, carnival games, a pump-
kin patch, face painting, hay
rides, a dunk booth, a dog show
and more. The free event takes
place Saturday, Oct. 13, from
4-7 p.m.
Members of the community
can see what the Y has to offer
and will have one last opportu-
nity to save $50 on the joiner's
fee.
The Roper YMCA is at 100
Windermere Road. For more in-
formation, call 407-656-6430.

Candidate Long to
speak at Civitan
Todd Long, a candidate for
U.S. Congress District 8 oppos-
ing Ric Keller, will be the guest
,speaker at the West Orange
Civitan Club meeting Oct. 11.
Long announced his candidacy
last November and is anxious
to meet the citizens of his dis-
trict and express his views and
hears those of the residents.
Civitan's meeting starts at
6:30 p.m. at Grace Worship
Center on Plant Street, Winter
Garden.
For more information about
the club and its dedication to
the community, go to www.
civitan.net/westorange.


Artsy Auction. Cal Thomas
will serve as keynote speaker
and will sign copies of his new
book, Common Ground -
How to Stop the Partisan War.
that is Destroying America.
Entertainment is by Swing
In Time.
Corporate tables are $1,200
for 10 seats, arid two guests
can go to the private reception
with Thomas. .
For information on sponsor-
ship packages, call 407-656-
3677.

Blessing of animals
at Messiah church
The Church of the Messiah
in Winter Garden will celebrate
St. Francis of Assisi Day with
the Blessing of the Animals
this Sunday, Oct. 7, at 5 p.m.
All animals and their humans
are welcome. For their safety,
animals must be on a leash or
in. a container. The church is
located at the corner of Tilden
and Woodland streets.
For more information, call
407-656-3218 or go to www.
ChurchOfTheMessiah.com.

Garage sale to
benefit church youth
NEXT Community Church
is holding. a multi-family ga-
rage sale to raise money for its
expanding youth program. The
sale is this Saturday, Oct. 6, at
1041 Red Dandy Drive, Orlan-
do (in the RoseHill subdivision
off White Road in Ocoee.
For details, contact Pastor
Scott Billue at 407-654-9661 or
pastorscott@nextcommunity-
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Fall rummage sale
at Methodist church
The First United Method-
ist Church of Winter Garden
is holding its annual United
Methodist Women fall rum-
mage sale Saturday, Oct. 6. It
will take place in the Fellow-
ship Hall from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Donated items can be
dropped off at the church that
Wednesday starting at 5 p.m.,
Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8:30
p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to
7 p.m.
The church is at 125 N.
Lakeview Ave.
Make a card
for the troops
In celebration of World Car
Making Day, independent
Stampin' Up! Demonstrators
will hold various stamping and
card-making events this week
to kick off the holiday card-
making season.
This Saturday, Oct. 6, local
Stampin' Up! Demonstrators
Melanie Williamson, Karen
Mickel and Emily Justice will
hold an event at Little Hall
in Winter Garden in honor
of overseas troops. From 10
a.m. to 2 p.m., card-makers,
military spouses, friends and
family are invited to make a
holiday greeting card for the
troops that will be mailed and
distributed by Angel Stampers
for Soldiers.
There will be free technique
demonstrations and explana-
tions on basic stamping, dis-
plays of cards and projects to
view and holiday home d6cor.
For more details, contact
Emily Justice at 321-947-5502
or emilyjjustice@yahoo.com.
For details on the manufactur-
er, go to www.stampinup.com.
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 Elemen-
tary 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.
Families can join
in weekly run/walk
Tri & Run in downtown
Winter Garden hosts a Family
Fun Run/Walk each Thursday
at 6:30 p.m. The event is open
to everyone and consists of a
40-minute walk on the West
Orange Trail. Cold water is
available at the store.
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Planning a community choir
The Garden Community Choir is up and running. Members of the planning committee (1-r)
Stacy Hall, treasurer; Jean Humphrey, membership; Johan Bergh, choir chair; Mike Armbruster,
public relations; Jeff Redding, director; Barbara Roper, Winter Garden Heritage Foundation; and
Becky Stafford, Garden Theatre board chair met recently to discuss the progress. In its first
month, 68 people have attended rehearsals, and the choir is preparing for its first concert Oct.
7 during the Winter Garden Music Fest. Redding is still looking for interested singers. Anyone
interested in joining the choir for its winter concert in December can attend rehearsals every
Monday night at West Orange High School. 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 alternative fee structure or arrangement
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8A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 4, 2007




Ocoee


By Mary Anne Swickerath

The city of Ocoee is busy
gciring ready for this year's
Ocoee Founders' Day Festi-
val to be held at Starke Lake
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 19
and 20. Headlining this year's
Saturday night concert will
be Blake Shelton, along with
Darryl Worley, Heartland and
Jim Van Fleet & The Reign.
Shelton, who is only 31, has
had three No. 1 hits on Bill-
board's country charts, includ-
ing "Austin," "Some Beach"
and "The Baby." The Ada,
Okla., native, who records for
Warner Bros. Records, has
also had several top 20 songs
off his three albums, Blake
Shelton in 2001, The Dreamer
in 2003 and this year's Pure
BS, which was second. from
the top of the country charts.
In addition, Shelton has
been invited to be'a judge on
the television singing compe-
tition Nashville Star.
Worley, who made his
Grand Ole Opry debut in June
2000, also has had three No.
1 songs, as well as four best-

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Best-dressed cows
The 12-and-under winners of the West Oaks Mall Chick-
fil-A Cow Appreciation Day Contest were brothers Bryce
and William Walker, the grandsons of George and Nancy
Bekemeyer. The boys received a $50 West Oaks Mall gift
card. They are shown with the Chick-fil-A Cow and Market-
ing Director Beth Otts. .

Book signing at House Blend Cafe


Ocoee author Michelle Post
will have a book signing of her
novel The Spirits of Nature at
| the House Blend Caf6 this Fri-
day, Oct. 5, from 5-6 p.m. The
, novel highlights the culture of
the Crow Indians and shifts
between historic scenes and
modem ones.
Half of the profits from this
book is donated' to a scholar-
ship fund for the Little Big
Horn Community College in


Montana, and Michelle said
that one reason she wanted to
do a book signing at House
Blend Caf6 is because the caf6
is a company that gives away
its net profits to community
efforts.
"We have a similar spirit,"
she said.
House Blend Caf6 is located
at 10730 W. Colonial Drive (at
the corner of Bluford Avenue)
in Ocoee.


- Ocoee 8th graders to take on Washington, D.C.,


A group of up to 50
Ocoee eighth-graders are
planning a trip to the na-
tion's capital during spring
break this year. They are
in need of sponsors to do-
nate to this cause, since the
students need to raise more
than $70,000 to take this


6th Annual Poker
Run set Oct. 13
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 motorcy-
cles and classic cars are invited
to participate in this fund-rais-
er for the Ocoee Police Depart-
ment's Holiday Toys for Tots
in Need. Participants will drive
to stations and receive a card.
Those 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 information,
cal 407-905-3160, Ext. 3316.


educational journey.
Anyone who is interest-
ed in helping these young.
people is asked to call Di-
ane Burnett for details at
407-292-4636. Any money
collected will be divided
equally among all of the
students going.


Ocoee to offer
computer classes
The Ocoee Parks and Rec-
reation Department invites the
community to attend its basic
skills computer classes. Instruc-
tor Sharon Greenwood of Bob's
House of Computers will help
residents conquer their fear of
technology in a relaxed and
friendly environment.
The classes are set to be-
gin Oct. 15 and will be held on
Monday from 6-7:30 p.m. in the
Ocoee Community Center. Also,
instructors will teach additional
classes on the first and last Fri-
day of each month from 1-2:30
p.m. in the Community Center.
The cost is $3 per class (cash
only) and is payable at the door.
Participants are encouraged to
bring their own Japtop.
For more information call the
Parks and Recreation Depart-
ment at 407-905-3180.


Ocoee to celebrate Founders'


selling albums in six years. "I
Miss My Friend," "Have You
Forgotten" and "Awful Beau-
tiful Life" were his top hits,
and his album titles are Hard
Rain Don't Last, I Miss My
Friend, Have You Forgotten
and Here and Now.
The six-man country group
Heartland hails from Alabama,
and its members are Craig An-
derson, Keith West, Jason Al-
bert, Chuck Crawford, Todd
Anderson and Mike Myerson.
Heartland's debut single, "I
Loved Her First," reached the
top spot on the country charts,
and the group was nominated
by the Academy of Country
Music for Top New Duo or
Vocal Group.
The opening act on Oct. 20
in Ocoee will be Florida's own
Jim Van Fleet & The Reign,
the band that won the 2005
Central Florida Country Battle
of the Bands championship out
of 45 entries. Fox 35 morning
meteorologist Van Fleet is the
front man and lead vocalist of
the group, which has played a
lot of local festivals in the past
two years.


Day Oct. 19,20
But Saturday isn't the only
musical evening offered by
the city of Ocoee. On Friday,
Oct. 19, the eclectic Tremors
will kick off Founders' Day
with a wide variety of music,
including, Top 40, soul, rock,
Motown, dance disco, funk,
country and R&B. The nine-
piece high-energy dance and
show band works out of Win-
ter Springs and has been per-
forming since 1990.
The concerts both nights are
free and will be held at Bill
Breeze Park on the shores of
Starke Lake.
Besides music, Founders'
Day highlights include a Sat-
urday morning hometown pa-
rade, more than 100 arts and
crafts vendors, games, rides,
an antique car show, tours of
the historic Withers-Maguire
House and Museum, a fishing
tournament, food booths and
an art show all topped off
with a brilliant fireworks dis-
play on Saturday night.
For more information on
Ocoee Founders' Day, visit
www.ocoeefoundersfestival.
org or call 407-905-3100.

Ocoee Founders' Day
Car Show set
for Oct. 20
The 10th Annual Ocoee
Founders' Day Car Show will
be held Saturday, Oct. 20, from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on McKey
Street downtown and will fea-
ture special-interest cars, trucks
and motorcycles. The top 15 en-
tries will receive trophies, and
the dash plaques will be given
to the first 100 cars entered.
Registration will be held from
9 a.m. until noon, and prizes
will be awarded at 3 p.m.
The show is co-sponsored by
Marbais Enterprises of Ocoee
and Budget Auto Parts of Win-
ter Garden and will benefit the
Rotary Club of Ocoee's child-
safety programs and the Ocoee
High School Interact Club.
For details, call Steve Mar-
bais at 407-877-7422 or log on
to ocoeefoundersfestival.org.

Ocoee Founders' Day
5K Walk and Run
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-
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 local 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.

Mitchell completes
basic training
Navy Seaman Larry M.
Mitchell, the son of Paulie
Mitchell of Apopka and Larry
M. Mitchell of Ocoee, recently
completed U.S. Navy training
at Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Mitchell completed a
variety of training, which in-
cluded classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness.
Mitchell is a 2007 graduate
of Lake Brantley High School
in Altamonte Springs.


In September, Health Cen-
tral medical center hosted its
first Community Health Fair,
attracting more than 300 at-
tendees. Community friends
and families came to Health
Central for a day to re-exam-
ine their bodies, renew their
spirits and reinforce their
health knowledge. Many of

Painting class.
offered
The West Orange Christian
Service Center, 300 W. Frank-
lin St. in Ocoee, will host One
Stroke Painting Classes on Oct.
4, 11, 18 and 25 from 6-7:30
p.m. in a fun and friendly en-
vironment. The Christian Ser-
vice Center is located, at 300
'W. Franklin St. in Ocoee.
For more information, call
Melissa .at 407-921-0525 or e-
mail ms726@aol.com.

Teen Group to meet
in October
The West Orange Christian
Service Center Teen Group
will meet Oct. 9, 16. 23 and
30 from 6-7:30 p.m. Any teen
15 or younger is welcome to
attend and enjoy an evening
of movies, activities and dis-
cussions. Parental permission
will be required. The center is
located at 300 W. Franklin St.
in Ocoee.
For more information, call
Melissa Singh at 407-921-0525
or e-mail ms726@aol.com.

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 celebration of memories
from Ocoee High School.
For details, call Pat Ferguson
at 407-877-7875 or Paul
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the attendees registered for
a variety of wellness screen-
ings, .toured the hospital and
attended a series of health
seminars by Health Central's
physicians, who discussed the
latest, in healthy living; bal-
ance and prevention.
The event also featured
the Health Central showcase,


Kid's Corner with arts and
crafts, the blood mobileK for
blood donations, chair mas-
sages by Westside Tech ap-
prentices and community
partners, Dillard's Publix
and Babies 'R' Us, who par-
ticipated in offering beauty
makeovers, healthy tips and
the newest baby trends.


Summerville at Ocoee events planned


. Summerville at Ocoee
assisted-living facility has
planned three community
events this month.
On Wednesday, Oct. 10,
psychologist L. Russell
Mavrides, Ph.D., will
present a program entitled
"Understanding Dementia at
6:30 p.m. Seating is limited.
RSVP by Oct. 5.
An on-site flu shot clinic
will be held at Summerville
on Thursday, Oct. 18, from
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youngsters are invited to trick
or treat at Summerville on
Thursday, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m.
Summerville is located at
80 N. Clarke Road, just south
of Silver Star Road
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RSVP, call 407-299-2710.


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Foundation that benefits autistic and learning-disabled children. The kids painted pic-
tures on canvas, and these will be auctioned at the foundation's upcoming fund-raiser.
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Rotarians learn about green buildings
The procedure and design LEED (Leadership in En- Quist of KZF Design Ar-
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green building was the topic sign) Green Building Rating Planning and Interiors is a
of guest speaker Ann Quist System. The council, a non- member of the American In-
at the Sept. 4 meeting of the profit organization of lead- stitute of Architects.
Rotary Club of Windermere. ers from across the building The Rotary Club of Wind-
She provided interesting in- industry, aims to promote ermere meets Tuesday morn-
formation that was new to buildings that are environ- ing at Town Hall.
many of the members about mentally responsible, prof- For more information, call
the U.S. Green Building itable and healthy places in Coert Voorhees at 407-876-
Council and the USGBC's which to live and work. 6897.


At the Windermere Rotary meeting: (1-r) Rotarian Allan Parrish, Rotary President John
Crippen, guest speaker Ann Quist and Rotarian Betsy VanderLey Shaw.


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Windermere resident Peggy Collins, a member of the West Orange Women, poses with
the sign that now hangs at the entrance to town advertising the group's Holiday Bazaar
this Saturday, Oct. 6.
West Orange Women to hold Holiday Bazaar this Saturday at Town Hall
The West Orange Women jewelry, purses, accessories, toys.
will hold a Holiday Bazaar clothing, tableware, Christ- There will be a raffle for two
Oct. 6 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. mas d6cor, handmade greeting designer-decorated Christmas
at Windermere Town Hall. The cards, porcelain collectibles, trees, a Christmas wreath, a
proceeds will benefit the Rus- kitchen tools, quilts, custom- gift certificate for a massage,
sell Home for Atypical Chil- designed dolls, baked goods, several gift baskets and a cook-
dren. jams, salad dressings, gourmet book. The bazaar will also in-
Items for sale will include cheeses and unusual children's clude a big used book sale.


Windermere Garden
Back by popular demand,
Joel Nicole, R.N., clinical su-
pervisor at Health Central's
Emergency Room, will speak
at the Windermere Garden
Club's Oct.. 11 meeting. His
topic will be "Health Facts for
Gardeners."
. The meeting will be held


Club to meet b t. 11
in Town Hall at 10 a.m., with
coffee and refreshments served
at 9:30 a.m. The public is wel-
come at all. meetings.
For more information, visit
the club's Web site at wind-
ermeregardenclub.org or call
Tanya Chesire at -407-905-
9963.


UMW begins
work for fall bazaar
The United Methodist Wom-
en of St. Luke's United Method-
ist Church will sponsor the 25th
annual bazaar, called Silver
Bells, on Saturday, Nov. 10. All
proceeds from the bazaar go to
missions and other UMW chari-
ties.
The community is invited to
participate in craft workshops
to prepare for this year's bazaar.
Interested individuals can come
to a craft session on any Mon-
day at 7 p.m. or any Tuesday at
9 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall of
the church.
---The UMW will supply the
craft materials and give instruc-
tions on how to create the proj-
ects.
Area residents are invited to
join the group and make items
to be donated to the bazaar
while meeting new friends.
For details, call the church of-
fice at 407-876-4991, Ext. 221.


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 ev-
ery 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 in-
formation.
The following books will be
discussed at upcoming meetings.
The Oct. 18 book discussion
will feature Glass Castle by
Jeannette Walls. This is a memoir
of resilience and redemption and
a revelatory look into a family at
once deeply dysfunctional, and
uniquely vibrant.
The Treasure of Montsegur by
Sophy Burnham is the book for
the Nov. 15 meeting. This novel
about the Cathars mixes romance
with religious history.


WO Women dine at McCormick and Schmick's
The West Orange Women held their September luncheon
at McCormick and Schmicks restaurant at The Mall at
Millenia. Pictured are President Jo-Ann Anderson (right)
and member Peggy Collins.


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Windermere plans Fall Festival
Main Street in Windermere will be closed between
Fifth and Sixth avenues on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. for a Fall Festival. The community is in-
vited to attend this festive event that will include a Hal-
loween costume contest with prizes, art exhibits, crafts,
food, drinks and entertainment with a live bluegrass
. band.
The festival is presented by the town of Windermere
and the downtown businesses.
For more information, call the town office at 407-876-
2563.






Thursday, October 4, 2007 The West Orange Times 11A


Brothers in arms
Kurt and Greg Wibdenbeck of Gotha have recently completed tours of duty in Iraq. Greg
returned to Eglin Air Force.Base in early June after competing a 4-month deployment
with the 727 Eastern Air Control Squadron. Kurt is scheduled to return in early October
to Fort Bragg, N.C., after a 15-month deployment. Kurt is an Apache crew chief with the
82nd Airborne, 25th CAV. The brothers are planning a Thanksgiving week cruise to the
Caribbean together for fun and relaxation.


First Saturday
Singles Dance at St.
Luke's is Oct. 6
St. Luke's United Methodist
Church is having a First Satur-
day Singles Dance in the church
gym from 8-11 p.m. on Saturday,
Oct. 6. Doors open at 7:15 p.m.
Cost is $8 and includes a fin-
ger-food buffet and soft drinks.
The church is located at 4851
S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando.
For more information, call
407-876-4991, Ext. 236, or the
Singles Hotline at Ext. 300.

Kaleidoscope to meet
Kaleidoscope, a group for the
lesbian and gay community and
their supporters at Windermere
Union Church, United Church
of Christ, meets monthly on the
fourth Tuesday evening.
In October, the group will
meet on Oct. 30, the fifth Tues-
day, at 7 p.m. at Yellow Dog Eats
Caf6, 1236 Hempel Ave., Win-
dermere.
For more information, call
Linda at 407-230-1908 or the
church at 407-876-2112.


Special proclamation
Windermere Mayor Gary Bruhn (right) presented Orange
County Property Appraiser Bill Donegan (center) and Rog-
er Ross of the Orange County Property Appraiser's Office
with a proclamation thanking them for their support during
the town's recent annexation activity. Through their mutual
efforts, the town received additional revenue and provided
tax savings for the newly annexed property owners.


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DPHS grad wins Sketch
Comedy Competition in NYC


DP, Rotary welcomes new members
Dr. Phillips Rotarian sponsor Scott Michael (left) and Membership Chair Bill Baril (right)
welcome new member Dr. Pat Henessey.


Dr. Phillips Rotary President Sally Kamrada (from left), Membership Chairman Bill Baril,
new member Tim Keith and Rotarian sponsor Art Brown pose for a photo at a recent club
meeting welcoming new members.


At the CFWL luncheon at Pointe Orlando:.(1-r) Fran Biggin, Barbara Leach, Carolyn
Franklin and Sharon Smyth (at left) and (at right) Jeannie Fortier, Angela Courte and Erin
Lafever.


Enjoying the social hour at The Capital Grille: (1-r) Holly Grace, Louise Saulino, Howell
Anne Grace, Mary Rispoli and Carolyn Blankenship (at left) and (at right) Randy Cook
and CFWL President Deanne Irwin.


David Rispoli, a MetroWest
resident and a 2003 graduate
of Dr. Phillips High, recently
won Sketch Comedy Compe-
tition for the New York Televi-
sion Festival held in Manhat-
tan. Rispoli and his comedy
group, the Cool Table, entered
the competition by submitting
one of their comedy sketches
that they wrote and perform
on a weekly basis throughout
Chicago's comedy venues.
The group won for the entire
Midwest and were then flown
to New York to take part in a'
reality TV pilot show of the
competition. There they were
filmed during the competition
while they wrote new material
and performed it at the Comix
Comedy Club in Manhattan.
Proctor and Gamble spon-
sored the program, and the
final evening the Cool Table
was announced as winner.

Hospital to host
open house
Dr. P. Phillips Hospital is
hosting a free open house cel-
ebrating the grand opening of
the new Comprehensive Wound
Care Center on Wednesday,
Oct. 10, from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Free services will include
blood pressure, weight, glucose
and foot screenings. Chair mas-
sages will also be available.
Appointments are required
for glucose screenings. Call
407-351-8506 for an appoint-
ment.

Jazzercise classes set
In keeping with the church's
theme of strengthening the
mind, body and spirit, Wind-
ermere Union Church, United
Church of Christ, at 10710
Park Ridge-Gotha Road has
started Jazzercise classes in the
church sanctuary every Tues-
day, Thursday and Saturday at.
9:30 a.m. and every Tuesday
and Thursday at 6 p.m.
The first month is $20 with
electronic fund transfer, and
joining fees apply. Childcare is
available Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 9:30 a.m. All ages and
fitness levels are welcome.
For more information, go to
www.jazzercise.com or e-mail
Jodie at jodieritter@hotmail.
com or call her at 407-234-
'6165.

Church of the Lakes
to hold fall festival
Presbyterian Church of the
Lakes will hold its annual fall
festival on Saturday, Oct. 27,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There will be a rummage
sale, crafts, baked goods,
homemade jams, jellies and
pickles, as well as a silent auc-
tion of gift baskets, a car wash
and activities for children.
South African pancakes, hot
dogs and hamburgers will be
sold. .The blood mobile will be
"on site, also.
The church is located off
Conroy-Windermere Road on
Lincoln Avenue, about one-half
mile east of Apopka-Vineland
Road.
For information, call the
church at 407-291-2886.


Their prize was an interview
with Comedy Central and top
agency William Morris. The
TV pilot is being submitted to
all the major stations for con-
sideration.
At age 10, David began
his career at the Maile Acting
School, where he was enrolled
to build his confidence. He
was seen in numerous com-
mercials, plays and was a reg-
ular on the WB Aaron Spelling
TV series, Safe Harbor.
Rispoli graduated from the
DPHS Performing Arts Mag-
net Program with a scholar-
ship from DePaul University
in Chicago to study acting. He
graduated from there in June
with a Bachelor of Fine Arts
and is currently residing in
Chicago.
Rispoli is the son of Michael
and Loretta Rispoli, who live
in Rain Tree in MetroWest.


Millenia Fine Art
to present works
of Fran Hardy
The Millenia Fine Art Gal-
lery will join with the Museum
of Florida Art in DeLand to
present the work of Florida art-
ist Fran Hardy.
Known for her masterful
Florida landscapes, the artist
draws from a variety of media
and techniques such as intaglio
printing and oil over egg tem-
pera.
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 va-
riety of media from egg tem-
pera and ink to oil pastel over
watercolor, as well as water-
color and encaustic.
Hardy's exhibit at Millenia
Fine Art can be viewed through
Nov. 30. Call 407-226-8701.


Central Florida Women's League begins new season
The Central Florida Worn- 96 women. strom, Sara Ball and Linda
en's League Foundation Capital Grill General Man- Cardilli.
members met for their first ager Randy Cook welcomed The members of this active
luncheon of the year at The all attendees and provided an organization are looking for-
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Oakland


Heritage Festival links Oakland's past, future


The Oakland Nature Pre-
serve, with cooperation and
assistance from the town of
Oakland, will present the 10th
annual Oakland Heritage Fes-
tival on Saturday, Oct. 27,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Speer
Park in Oakland.
The festival will offer fun
for the entire family, including
Model A car rides, hay rides,
local history tours, live mu-
sic, dessert and chili cook-off
contests, a children's area, a
variety of food, craft and plant
vendors and displays by vari-
ous community organizations


and businesses.
One highlight of the event
will be narrated eco-boat tours
of Lake Apopka. A silent auc-
tion will provide opportunities
to purchase an array of items
and services.
All proceeds from the boat
tours, silent auction and ca-
noe raffle will go to benefit
the Oakland Nature Preserve,
a 501(3) not-for-profit orga-
nization whose mission is to
promote understanding of the
fragile balances among land,
water, mankind and the envi-
ronment.


Oakland Nature Preserve

presents 'nature creeps'


The Oakland Nature Pre-
serve docents are conducting
monthly "nature creeps" at the
preserve. These nature walks
are called "creeps" because
they are slow strolls through
various portions of the pre-
serve. Docents take their time
and stop and identify native
and non-native plants, animals
and reptiles; they discuss past
and current restoration activi-
ties; and any other points of
interest.
During recent nature creeps,


participants saw a fence lizard.
hanging out on a tree and a
gopher tortoise taking a stroll.
Several dozen residents take
part in the walks.
The next nature creep is
Sunday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m.
Those participating can meet
at the ONP office at the pre-
serve.
For more information,
contact the Oakland Nature
Preserve at 407-905-0054 or
tom@ oaklandnaturepreserve.
org


This year's festival spon-
sorship categories include
the following: Lake Apopka
Sponsor, Oakland Park; Wet-
lands Sponsor, Progress Ener-
gy; Ecotone Sponsors, town of
Oakland, Health Central and
Brentwood Custom Homes;
Uplands Sponsors, Ace Hard-
ware and Friends of Lake
Apopka; and Oak Hammock
Sponsors, Biosphere Consult-
ing Inc.
For more information about
ONP or the festival, call 407-
905-0054 or go to www.oak-
landnaturepreserve.org.

Help church fill
shoeboxes for
Christmas program
NEXT Community Church
is participating in the Opera-
tion Christmas Child program
and will collect shoeboxes full
of goodies for children in other
countries in time for Christ-
mas.
Boxes (standard-size shoe
box .or similar-size plastic con-
tainer) can be filled with school
supplies, toys, personal items
and hard candies. The box can
also include a personal note to
the child and a photo of the do-
nating family.
A $7 donation must accom-
pany the box to help cover
shipping.
For more information on
the project or where to drop
off boxes, contact Pastor Scott
Billue at pastorscott@next-
communitychurch.com or 407-
654-9661.

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


Naming opportunities are
available through donations to
the Oakland Nature Preserve.
A new. education center is be-
ing built, and ONP is offering
this opportunity as a way to
raise funds for the facility.
Prices range from $25 to
$250,000 and give donors the
chance to have their name (or
that of a loved one) included
on the gift.
Planks for the boardwalk
are $25, and more than 100 are
available. Classroom chairs
are available at $75 each.
Trees in the honor forest are


$150. Twelve classroom tables,
are $250 each, and six rocking
chairs for the serenity porch are
$300 each. There are two op-
portunities to purchased a mu-
seum display case for $3,000
and two opportunities to buy
lab equipment at $5,000. A
stone fireplace is $15,000, the
staff office is $25,000, and
the entire education center it-
self can be named in memory
or in honor of someone for
$250,000.
For more information on
this program, call the preserve
at 407-905-0054.


Flu shots,
healthcare
screenings for
seniors
The town of Oak-
land, Family Physi-
cians Group and Well-
Care are hosting a
free flu shot clinic 'and
healthcare screenings
for seniors 50 years or
older.
The event will take
place this Saturday,
Oct. 6, from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Oakland Pres-
byterian Church.



Activities at
W.O. Baptist
The men of West Orange
Baptist Church, 200. Tubb
St., Oakland, will hold their
monthly Prayer Breakfast at
the Sanctuary Ridge Clubhouse
on Oct. 6 at 8 a.m. All men of
the church and community are
welcome to attend.
The WMU will have their
monthly meeting in the church
Fellowship Hall on Oct. 13.
The WMU is collecting new
white socks (without tight elas-
tic) and new stuffed animals.
They will be given to residents
in the local nursing homes.
The youth are selling Chris-
tian calendars as a fund-raiser
for the 2008 summer camp.
The large wall calendars are
$10, and wallet size are $5.
The Gaither Homecoming
is coming to Amway Arena in
Orlando on Jan. 26 at 6 p.m.
The church is buying a group
of tickets, and if more than
10 are purchased, the cost is
$34.50 (a savings of $2).
To sign up or for more in-
formation, call the church of-
fice at 407-656-9749 or go to
westorangebaptist.org.

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


Qualifying

to begin in
The first-phase qualifying
period for the town of Oakland
2008 municipal election be-
gins Monday, Oct. 22, at 8 a.m.
Qualifying ends Friday, Nov. 2,
at 5 p.m.
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.
Four Town Commission
seats will be on the ballot:


for 4 seats

Oakland
those of the mayor and seats 2,
3, and 4. Coming to an end are
the four-year terms of Mayor
Kathy Stark and town commis-
sioners Mike Satterfield and
Willie Welch. Joseph McMul-
len's seat is up because he filled
a vacancy left when former
Commissioner Bill Sullivan
resigned after taking a position
with the Winter Garden Police
Department.
For more information about
the election, which is set for
Jan. 29, call Town Hall at 407-
656-1117.


Cub Scouts meet Red Sox
Oakland Cub Scout Pack 978 recently went to Tropicana
Field in St. Petersburg to take part in Scout Night. The
boys were in the pre-game parade, watched the Red Sox
win, had a player meet-and-greet and then got to spend
the night on the field. Claiming their spot on the field are
Noah Barefoot and Brendan Fleming.

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 organizers
are seeking sponsors now.
The purpose of the festival is
to encourage Central Florida's
black youth and amateur and
professional artists to display
their talent at one venue.
This year's event attracted
20 different artist groups in
a wide v riety of disciplines:
jazz, drarha, 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 opportunities are
also available in the event bro-
chure, and prices range from
$25 to $125.
To become a Triple "A" Fes-
tival 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







14A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 4, 2007


Adam's Road


original.
"Instead of looking to the out-
side for influence," Wilder said,
"we looked within ourselves
and used the different journeys
we had all been on to give us in-
spiration for music to write."
The band formally came to-
gether in July 2006 with five
members, but the beginnings
of the group took place over a
much longer period of time.
The first member was Jay
Graham, a Winter Garden native
who had the dream of starting a
band "that would reach people
across the world."
In 2003, he met Steve Kay,
a missionary for the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints, and the two began writ-
ing music. Brothers Micah and
Matt Wilder, also LDS church
missionaries, joined the circle
of friends, and by 2006, the fifth
band-member, Joseph Warren,
was on board.
None knew of the others' mu-
sical abilities upon first meet-
ing, "but we all felt compelled
to work together as God had
brought us. all together under
unique circumstances," Micah
Wilder said.
"It was then that we all left
our roots of the Mormon church
to pursue the musical minis-
try of Adam's Road full time,"
he added. "We are now non-
denominational Christians who
use the teachings of Christ and
the New Testament to teach the


Oakland
positions in the next fiscal year.
It also will not replace a lieuten-
ant that left the town earlier in
the year.
"We're all doing more with
less," Rischitelli told The West
Orange Times on Tuesday.
Over the past two years, the
town has cut, reused and elimi-
nated as much as possible.
In a report to the Town Com-
mission at its first budget hear-
ing Sept. 10, Rischitelli pro-
vided a brief synopsis of all
the revenues and expenses for
the last five years. Ad valorem
taxes have increased 89 percent,


(Continuedfrom IA)


Gospel through our music."
Earlier this year, Jonathan
Moss joined the band.
"There are no limitations on
what God might do with us and
whom He might bring into our
lives," said Micah Wilder. "Af-
ter all, we are all unlikely people
to have been brought together in
the first place."
Adam's Road is sponsored by
the Edgewater Hotel in down-
town Winter Garden.
The band actually lives in the
hotel and operates the business,
which originally opened in
1927. Micah Wilder married his
high school sweetheart in 2006,
and they had their first child
in April. Matt Wilder married
shortly after his brother, and
Joseph Warren will marry their
sister, Katie Wilder, on Oct. 14.
"The hotel is our home," Mi-
cah Wilder said. "We all live
there like one big family. We eat
meals together, hang out togeth-
er and take care of each other
just like a family would do."
The band members and their
wives also take care of all the
responsibilities of the bed-and-
breakfast, from cooking break-
fast for guests and doing laun-
dry to scrubbing the bathrooms
and sweeping the floors.
"When people come and stay
in the bed-and-breakfast, they
are guests in our home, and they
get a unique look into our lives,"
said Micah Wilder. "Each day
we meet new people and share


our ministry with them."
They have succeeded by liv-
ing simple lives, he said. "As
long as we have food in our bel-
lies, a roof over our heads and
each other, we are happy."
Clarice Blanchard, the mother
of one of the original restorers
of the hotel, lives with the band
and acts as the matriarch of the
family, even cooking meals for
everyone.
The men feel blessed to be
able to live where they work.
Without the hotel, the ministry
wouldn't be possible, they say.
In August, the band competed
in-Tampa in "Band With a Mis-
sion" against more than 20 oth-
er Christian bands and came in
first. They were invited to par-
ticipate after a talent scout dis-
covered them on MySpace. As
a national semifinalist, Adam's
Road will travel to Nashville
Dec. 1 to compete against other
regional winners from across
the country.
August was a busy month for
the band, which also shot a mu-
sic video in downtown Winter
Garden. The musicians went for
an amateur quality with a hand-
held video camera.
"It was kind of on the fly, as
we just tried to depict what our
daily lives are really like and
who we are as people," Micah
Wilder said.
To view the video for "Cra-
zy About Me," go to www.
myspace.com/adamsroadband.


There, you will see shots of the
men all around downtown Win-
ter Garden, from the caboose
and hotel rooftop to the theater
and the barbershop. The video
even features a cat that had ad-
opted the band and lives at the
hotel.
Micah Wilder explained the
making of the video: "One thing
that made it so fun was that it
was all done spontaneously
and none of the shots were set
up. Practicing, recording and
spending time at the hotel are all
part of what we do in everyday
life. We're just normal people
who love life and enjoy what
God has given us, and I think
the video shows that."
Adam's Road is in the process
of finishing its first full-length
CD of original songs, which
should be released in January.
It will be available online and at
the Edgewater Hotel.
How did the band get its
name? From the first song on its
MySpace site, which chronicles
the fall of Adam, the grace of
God, Adam's redemption and
one's individual journey to
Christ.
"The journey then is in fol-
lowing along Adam's road," ac-
cording to the site.
And in following this path,
band members will continue to
share their stories "about the
goodness and grace of God with
the world."


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and other taxes have gone up
25 percent. However, fees have
decreased 166 percent, she said.
'Overall, total revenues averaged
a 48 percent increase.
In expenditures, the biggest
increase was fire services at 72
percent.
Rischitelli also made compar-
isons for the water revenues and
expenses. The revenues are up
168 percent, and the expenses
are up 108 percent.
The town did not approve
the rollback rate as requested
by Legislature because it would
have left the town's budget short


another $184,000. That rate
would have been 4.2626 mills.
At the regular Town Com-
mission meeting that followed
the budget hearing, the elected
officials also made these deci-
sions:
accepted a housing rehabili-
tation contract for the first five
homes participating in the Com-
munity Redevelopment Block
Grant program. The winning
bids were $7,847, $21,805 and
$20,135 for the three houses
that are targeted for rehabilita-
tion and $71,550 and $87,450
for the two that are slated for


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demolition and replacement.-
awarded Smiley's the an-
nual contract for landscaping
services in the town.
granted a 12-month exten-
sion to Independence RV and
owner William R. Jordan for
construction commencement.
Jordan was originally given 18
months but requested an extra
year to take care of some un-
foreseen problems, including
securing wastewater service
from the city of Winter Garden
and reducing the building size
by 20 percent because of market
and cost changes.


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According to City Manager
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millage rate will produce a loss
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rate. That loss of income forced
the city to make cuts to some
services provided to Winter
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"You can't cut taxes with-
out cutting some services,"
Bollhoefer explained at an ear-
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The city Parks and Recre-
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greatest losses in the new bud-
get, with funding cut or signifi-
cantly reduced for many exist-
ing programs and future expan-
sion projects.
The loss in property tax rev-'
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The Parks Division saw its
total budget reduced from $2.28
to $1.244 million, while the
Recreation Division's total op-
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$356,388 to $298,357. Total
capital costs for the Recreation
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Cuts had to be made, Boll-
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orities essential services vs.
nonessential. With the arrival
of a new mall and increasing
crime rates. in Central Florida,
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priority on the police depart-
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Social


MR. AND MRS.tJASON WAHL

Wahl-LaBarge wedding vows spoken
On March 9, 2007, Lolliie nephew, was the ring bearer.
LaBarge and Jason Wahl were The bride's nephews, Tucker
united in marriage at a lake- and Tate LaBarge, distributed
side wedding held at Paradise the wedding programs.
Cove in Orlando. The lake A lakeside reception fol-
glimmered in the sunset as the lowed the ceremony as fam-
couple took their v6ws along ily and friends gathered for
the white sandy beach lined a Caribbean-stN le dinner and
with Cypress trees. Father lots of dancing.
Patrick O'Neillof the Arch- Lollie. and Jason met on a
diocese of Miami officiated blind date in 1997 while both
the ceremony. He was also the attended West Orange High
officiant at the marriage of the School. They dated through-
bride's parents. out college, but it wasn't un-
The bride is the daughter of til Jason completed graduate
Marge and Robert LaBarge of school and they ended up in
Windermere. The groom is the the same city again that their
son of Henry, Wahl and Sandy relationship was rekindled.
Fox of Orlando and Kathy and The bride received her un-
Gary Nelson of Minneola. dergraduate degree from Rol-
Given in marriage by her lins College, where she was a
mother and father, the bride scholarship soccer player. She
wore a matte satin and chif- was captain of the women's
fon dress, featuring spaghetti soccer team and a member
straps. She carried an informal of Chi Omega Sorority. She
cascade bouquet %with fuchsia earned a: degree in computer
mokara orchids, white and science and then. continued
green dendrobium orchids and her education at the Portfolio
pink mini calla lilies accented Center in Atlanta, "where she
with bear grass. earned a degree in design.
The bride's longtime friends The groom received his
Christie Barnett and Melissa bachelor's degree in design
IBrochu both served as maids from the School of Archi-
of honor. The groom's sister, tecture at the University of
Lauren Kari, was the brides- Florida. He furthered his edu-
maid, and the flower girl "as cation with a master's degree
Peyton Massey. The attendants in building construction at the
"wore coral cocktail-length Rinker School of Building
chiffon bubble dresses. Construction atUF.
The best man was longtime :The bride is a graphic de-
friend Jared Ellis. The grooms- signer for TG Madison Adver-
men were longtime friend Josh tising of Atlanta The groom is
Hazen and the bride's brother, a project manager for Foster &
Michael LaBarge. The ushers Company General Contractors
were Douglas and Pepi RibleN. of Atlanta.
longtime friends of the bride. Following a honeymoon
They wore island-inspired en- .trip to the Abaco Islands in the
sembles from Tommy Bahama. Bahamas. the couple resides in
Trevor LaBarge, the bride's Atlanta.

Get ready for Garden Theatre inaugural season
The Winter Garden Heri- Musicals: The Musical! pro-
tage Foundation and the Gar- duced by Jester Theater Com-
den Theatre have announced pany
the inaugural performing arts The dedication of the Garden
season at the renovated theater Theatre is March I at 8 p.m.
downto' n. In addition to the Steel Mlagnolihas b) Robert
theatrical productions listed, Harling. produced by The Vine
classic movies and community Theatre, is March 7-22.
events will be added to the sea- SPORT, produced by PB&J
son. Productions, is April 4-13.
Ticket prices are $10 to $25 Tuesdays with Morrie by
and go onesale in late Novem- Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Al-
ber. For details, go to www. bom will be produced April 25
wgtheatre.org or call Alauna through May 4 b) the Orlando
NlcMillen, general manager, at Theatre Project.
407-401-8660. Moonlight and Magnotias
The first full production in by Ron Hutchinson will be
the Garden Theatre on 'Feb. produced May 9-25 by Jester
1-17 will be The Musical of Theater Company.


MR. AND MRS. JAMES CALHOUN

Calhoun-Triplett joined in marriage


Kelly Suzanne Triplett and
James Patrick Calhoun were
married April 21, 2007, at Belk
Chapel of Queens University
in Charlotte, N.C. The Rev. Dr.
Kenneth Lyon officiated. The
reception hosted by the bride's
parents followed at the Design
Center Atrium.
The bride is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Neil
Triplett of Charlotte. She is
the granddaughter of the late
Claude and Margie Triplett
of Valdese, N.C., and the late
Rudy and Jane Barnes of Char-
lotte.
A graduate of Providence
'High School, Kelly received a
bachelor's degree in commu-
nication disorders from North
Carolina State University,. a
master's in speech pathology
from the University of South
Carolina -and is a licensed
speech pathologist at Cary
Health and Rehabilitation Cen-
ter in Cary, N.C.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Walton Calhoun
III of Orlando. He is the grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Orzech of Orlando and Dorothy
Dadoly and the late Harry W.
Calhoun Jr. of Port Charlotte.
A graduate of Dr. Phillips
High School, Jim received a
bachelor's degree in market-
ing/professional golf manage-
ment from Mississippi State
University and is employed by
the PGA Tour as head golf pro-
fessional at the. TPC Wakefield
Plantation in Raleigh, N.C.
The bride was escorted bN her
father. Maid of honor was the
bride's sister, Heather Triplett
Bridesmaids were the groom's
sister, Kimberly Crant, and col-
lege friends Alyssa Aikman,
Kate Hedrick, Alison Kidder,
Neely Redfem and Amy White.
Flower girls were ,the groom's
nieces, Abigail and Sophie
Crant.
Best man was the groom's
brother-in-law., Stephen Crant.
Groomsmen were the bride's
brother. Hank Fisher, and
friends Todd Hajduk, Todd
Harbour, Austin Knowles, Ron-
rue McCann, Matt Reese and,
Michael Thomas. Michael Mc-
Namara and Chris Terry served
as ushers.
Scripture was read by fam-
ily friend Laurie Little, and
the soloist was Camille Judge.
The bride's cousins, Pam Puri-


foy and Carrie Sohovich, were
greeters..
A "Welcome to Charlotte"
barbecue was hosted by the
bbnde's parents at their home.
A bridesmaids' luncheon was
given b) family) and friends of
the bride's family at the home
of Becky Browning. The re-
hearsal dinner was hosted by
the groom's parents at the
Duke Mansion. Friends of the
bride's family hosted a Sunday
brunch.
Following a wedding trip to
the Ladera Resort on St. Lucia,
the couple now resides in Ra-'
leigh.


ASHLEY AND DENNIS

Adler-Dunegan engagement
Dennis "A. Dunegan of received a Bachelor of Science
Windermere and Ashle) V. in Design and Environmental
Adler of Cape Cod, Mass., Analysis. She is employed as
are happy to announce their a workplace analyst for Toyota
engagement. Financial Services in Torrance,
Ashley is the daughter Calif.
of Jeffrey and Rosemary Dennis is a graduate of
Adler of Cape Cod and the Cornell University, where he
granddaughter of Edith Adler, received a Bachelor of Art in
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16A The West Orange Times Thursday, October 4, 2007


Principal
marquee facade and new shrubs
and flowers.
The theme this year at Frangus
is: "Dream big and make it hap-
pen leading to create perfor-
mance at a higher level."
Frangus has set annual goals
to complement its theme.
At the top of Frangus' list is
maintaining its FCAT "A" rating
and Five-Star School status.
Frangus has been a Five-Star
School since the recognition was
started. Criteria for this award
include volunteer participation,
student involvement in commu-
nity service projects, parental
and business support and estab-
lishment of a SAC.
A second goal is improving
school communication. A leader-
ship team was appointed to ac-
complish this task. The school's
Web site www.frangus.ocps.net
provides a calendar of upcoming
events as well as vital informa-
tion for parents. Bauer said about
half of the teachers have their
own Web sites, giving parents
and students updated information
and an easy way to communi-
cate. Each week, parents receive
phone messages on upcoming
events and progress reports on
their student's work.
In addition, Principal Bauer
makes. two personal calls a week
to recognize outstanding student
achievement. Frangus also com-
mends students for perfect atten-
dance and honors a Student of
the Month.
To emphasize health and well-
ness, a committee is organizing
a series of special events. In ad-
dition, every staff member will
participate in Red Cross first-aid
training,, Classroom teachers are
emphasizing good nutrition and
exercise in their daily lessons.
Fund-raising by the SAC will
make it possible to keep a school
nurse on staff this year.
Frangus has reestablished its
mentor program, and each staff
member will work with two stu-
dents a week.
While bullying has not been
an issue at Frangus, a team of
teachers has been trained in bully
prevention techniques.
Math Superstars and Acceler-
ated Reader are now mandatory,
rather than voluntary, programs.
Student participation in these
programs correlates directly with
student achievement, the princi-
pal explained.
Frangus has hired a science
resource teacher with a goal of
raising FCAT science .scores.
He will work with all classes on
a rotating schedule introducing
hands-on science activities.
There are two computer labs
and each has a new projector.
A large software purchase has
substantially improved technol-
ogy at Frangus, and all teach-
ers are scheduled to have a new
computer this year. Eighty-five
percent of the computers have
already been installed.
The school offers free tutor-
ing on Tuesdays and Thursdays
before and after school for fourth
and fifth grades. On Mondays
and Wednesdays, tutoring is
available before school for third-
graders.


(Continued from 1A)


This Thursday, Oct. 4, Fran-
gus will offer a Family Math
Day during school hours and a
Writing Night from 6:30-8 p.m.
for third- and fourth-graders and
theirfamilies. Food will be served
prior to the evening event.
On Thursday, Nov. 8, Frangus
has scheduled a Reading and Sci-
ence Family Night from 6-8 p.m.
with storytellers, guest speakers
and a book fair, as well as break-
out sessions for study strategies
to prepare for FCAT testing. A


meal will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Bauer said he made the deci-
sion to become an educator with
encouragement from family and
friends and after being inspired
by his own teachers, many of
whom were also his mentors.
Bom and raised in Akron,
Ohio, he moved to Orlando in
1992 after graduating from the
Walt Disney World College Pro-
gram.
He said recruiters from WDW
came to the University of Akron


and offered students an intern-
ship at Disney World with col-
lege credit and housing. After
participating in the three-month
program, he made the decision to
move to Orlando.
He earned a bachelor's degree
in elementary education from the
University of Akron and holds
master's and doctorate degrees
in educational leadership from
Nova Southeastern University in
Orlando.
Bauer taught in Ohio before


beginning his teaching career
in Central Florida at Deerwood
Elementary School in Osceola
County. There he taught fourth-
grade ESOL inclusion for five
years.
His first assignment with Or-
ange County Public Schools was
at Lake Whitney Elementary
School, where he taught third
and fourth grades.
Before coming to Frangus,
Bauer was administrative dean at
Spring Lake Elementary School.


In his leisure time, Bauer likes
to travel and spend time with
family and friends.
His brother lives in Orlando
and, in 'December, his parents
will be retiring and moving to
Orlando, as well. His sister lives
in California. Other relatives are
Florida natives and live in Port
St. Lucie.
He said he is grateful to many
individuals for their support
throughout his educational ca-
reer.


Ocoee
(Continued from lA)
The cost-cutting amendments
approved by the elected officials in-
cluded taking out $24,000 to recon-
figure offices in City Hall and the
Ocoee PoliceDepartment, $75,000
for a matching grant for lights at the
Jim Beech Recreation Center soc-
cer fields since the county has can-
celed the Field of Dreams grants,
$40,000 for programs on the city's
cable channel, $145,000 from capi-
tal projects and $100,000 in road
paving.
'OGTV will no longer air the
Good Living shows and will only
broadcast the meetings of the City
Commission and the Code En-
forcement Board.
But the new budget does include
[ $200,000 in road improvements, the
expansion of the city's reclaimed
water system, significant upgrades
for Central Park, a new roof for the
Vignetti Recreation Center, a city-
wide traffic calming project, storm-
water improvements and a $25,000
grant to Ocoee High School.
City Manager Rob Frank, in
his budget message, informed the
commission that the current slow-
down in the housing market not
only impacted the 2006-07 budget
but will also impact the 2007-08
revenues. Building permits were
down 43 percent for the first three
quarters of the last fiscal year and
are expected to be 35 percent lower
in the current fiscal year.
In addition, Frank informed the
elected officials that Advanced Life
Support equipment has been pur-
chased and training is under way
in the Fire Department to provide
ALS services early in this fiscal
I year.
At the end of last week's meet-
ing, Mayor Scott Vandergrift urged
staff to work on ways of enhancing
the city's income, such as seeking
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Thursday, October 4, 2007


Olympia running back Chris Eaddy breaks a tackle duringlast Friday's Homecoming The Titans used a strong running game 1(314 yards) and a tough defense (5 sacks)
game vs. Cypress Creek. Eaddy finished with 78 yards rushing and 1 touchdown. to defeat Cypress Creek 14-7. 0y!j*pia plays at Ocoee High this Friday night.


Titan defense holds on r...

for Homecoming win


By Michael Laval

A sack parade followed the
Homecoming parade at Olym-
pia High's Homecoming game
last Friday night. The Titans
brought down the Cypress
Creek quarterback 5 times,
including a late fourth-quarter
sack that helped seal Olym-
pia's 14-7 victory.
With only a minute remain-
ing in the game, Cypress
Creek began driving for a shot
to tie the game. With the Bears
facing third-and-7 from their
own 30-yard line, Titan de-
fensive back Brandon Strong
chased down Cypress Creek's
scrambling quarterback for the
night's final sack. Olympia
shut down the Bears on the en-
suing fourth-and-long to offi-
cially kick-off the Homecom-
ing celebration.


Strong also racked up 10
tackles, including 2 for losses.
Joseph Precht led the defense
with 12 tackles and 1 sack,
while DeAndre Dom added 10
tackles and Cornelius Sterling
finished with 8 tackles. Chris-
tian James, Austin Dier and
Ricked Roquemore collected 1
sack apiece.
Dier also grabbed Olym-
pia's lone interception to set
up his team's first touchdown,
which came on a 17-yard rush
by Mike Bridges (96 yards, 11
carries). Chris Eaddy contrib-
uted with378 yards on 9 carries,
including a 15-yard touchdown
that capped an 80-yard drive to
open the second half.
. Olympia controlled the line
of scrimmage from both sides
of the ball., The running attack
amassed 314 yards, averaging
7 yards per carry. Trey Odom


added 54 yards on 9 rushes,
and Tyson Pryor had 74 yards
on 7 touches. Trevor Siemian
broke free for an 18-yard run,
and Andrew Floyd rushed 12
yards for a first down.
Lining up at quarterback for
Olympia, Siemian completed
7-of-12 passes for 77 yards and
1 interception. Eaddy led the
team with 23 yards receiving,
followed by tight end Ryan
Hall (17 yards, 2 catches).
"Our team played hard
and stayed focused," said Ti-
tan Head Coach Bob Head.
"The staff is proud of our ef-
fort. We need to get a win in a
tough game this week against
Ocoee.'
The Titans (3-1 overall) hope
to0 improve their 0-1 district re-
cord when they play visitor for
Ocoee High's Homecomi4g
this Friday.


Photos by Zach Bailey


Olympia High Principal Jenny Gibson-Linkh (center) celebrates with OHS's newly crowned
2007 Homecoming King and Queen, seniors Chip Hawthorne and Zeidee Pineda.


Titan quarterback Trevor Siemian breaks through the line of scrimmage for a rushing
gain against Cypress Creek. Siemian ran for 18 yards and passed for 77 yards.



DP rallies on the road for 1st victory
By Michael Laval 8-yard TD run. by wide receiver Kenny Shaw
Riding high on momentum, for a 41-yard touchdown," re-
Heralded Panther tailback the defense proceeded to stuff called DPHS Athletic Director
Embry Peeples saved the day University and hand the ball John Magrino.
for DP, which nearly fell to 0-4 back to DP's offense at the Uni- University cut DP's lead to
on the season but instead rallied versity 30-yard-line. Peeples 3 points by intercepting Chris
for a 20-17 victory at Univer- took the drive's first hand-off Wilkes and returning the ball
sity last Friday night. for a 17-yard gain and, moments 81 yards for a touchdown. The
Peeples, a senior who has later, finished with a, 2-yard Panther defense responded by
verbally committed to play touchdown that gave Dr. Phil- slamming the door on Universi-
football for Georgia Tech next lips a 14-10 lead at halftime. ty during its final possessions.
fall, amassed 204 yards on 23 Peeples put the exclama- DPlinebacker Thomas Good-
carries, scoring all 3 Dr. Phillips tion point on his perfoinance en led the way with 14 tackles,
touchdowns. on DP's first drive of the third while Udarrious Slater had 13
University entered the game quarter, : tackles. Defensive tackle Matt
undefeated and jumped out to "After an apparent 31-yard South picked up 2 of his team's
an early 10-0 lead by capitaliz- touchdown run by sophomore 6 sacks.
ing on 2 DP fumbles. The Pan- Marvin Ford was called back. Dr. Phillips celebrates Home-
thers answered though, on their Peeples busted up the middle coming this week and pens its
next possession with a 72-yard, and into the secondary, ctt left District 5 schedule by hosting
5-play drive camped by Peeples' and followed a crushing block Cypress, Creek.


Olympia High students display a homemade banner as part of OHS's pre-game Home-
coming festivities.




Warriors suffer beat-down at Boone


By Michael Laval
The Warriors are licking their wounds
this week after last Friday's 29-0 beating
at the hands of Boone. Luckily for West
Orange (2-3, 1-0), it was a non-district
game, although the competition doesn't
get much easier this Friday when the
Warriors play at District 4 power East
Ridge.
West Orange must rebound from a game
in which it produced only 66 total yards
against .a stout Boone defense that has
allowed only 2 touchdowns this season.
"On offense we were really dismal,
and we're hoping that one more week of
healing will get all our running backs back
to full strength," said WOHS Head Coach
Tim Smith. "We have basically every skill


player a little dinged up, and Friday we lost
one of our best linemen, Sergio Magana,
to a knee injury in the second quarter."
On a positive note, the Warrior defense
continued to play tough, yielding only 189
total yards. Nathan Keller led the team
with 10 tackles despite playing through an
illness, Smith said, while fellow linebacker
Colt Rayburn had his best game of the
season with 8 tackles. Ryan Middleton
also made 8 tackles plus an interception.
Arron Fisher grabbed his 3rd interception
of the season to go along with 5 tackles.
"The only good news is that this was
not a district game and we are still 1-0
in the games that count [toward playoff
contention]," Smith said. "We will be
working real hard all week to get our
offense back on track."


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2B The West Orange Times Thursday, October 4, 2007


Knights run for fun
Ocoee High cross-country runners from past and present participated in the Lake Mary
Summertime Fun Run. Reunited on the track are (1-r) OHS graduate Sonnie Rennison,
current Lady Knights Alyssa Burkett and Kristen Smith and graduate Ashley Duncan. All
four ran well, with Burkett winning the race with a time of 19.34.67.

Ocoee firefighters to host Charity Golf Tournament


Ocoee Professional Fire-
fighters ,Union Local 3623,
will present its Third Annual
Charity Golf Tournament' to
benefit B.A.S.E. Camp Chil-
dren's Cancer Foundation on
Friday, Oct. 26, at Legends
Golf and Country Club, 1700.
Legendary Blvd. in Clermont.
The entry fee is $60 per
player and includes access to
the driving range and putting
green, complimentary goody


bag, GPS distance Measure-
ment golf cart, lunch with
beverage after the tourna-
ment, closest-to-the-pin and
longest-drive contests and an
Upswing golf club for every
player (with a $25 shipping
charge).
Four hole-in-one prizes are
a 2008 Harley Davidson mo-
torcycle, a Sharp flat-screen
television, Big Bertha Irons
3-PW! and two roundtrip air-


Knights attend Sportsmanship Summit
Ocoee High student-athlete Jared Sanders and Assistant
Athletic Director Jim Walker attended the Florida High
School Athletic Association's Sportsmanship Summit at the
Wyndham Orlando Resort on Sept. 14. University of Flor-
ida Basketball Coach Billy Donovan served as the event's
keynote speaker. Sanders' (at left), a junior lacrosse player
who carries a 4.6 weighted GPS, is pictured with Donovan
at the summit..


line tickets. In addition, there
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Sponsorships are available
from $4,000 to $300.
Tee-off time will be 8:30
a.m., with registration from 7
a.m. to 8:15 a.m.
For an application or more
information, call Fred Bow-
man at 407-466-4679, Keith
Collins at 321-663-3444 or
James Kelley at 407-947-
5948.

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JV Panthers beat University 22-0
The Dr. Phillips junior var- Dey led DP with a personal-best both ends of a doubleheader
sity football team blanked time of 17:17, followed by Alex last week to Apopka (2-1) and
University 22-0 last Thursday. Mund, Sean White, Kyle Cox, Colonial (12-5). Senior Jamie
Demetrius Hart provided an Justin Schwartz, Daniel Millay Pindulic and junior Susie Stim-
explosive highlight with a 95- and Josh Boggs. mel both went 2-for-4, while
yard touchdown run. LaQuen- The DP varsity girls vol- sophomore Brittanie Sullivan
tin Smith ran for the ensuing leyball team competed in the went 2-for-3.
2-point conversion. Trinity Prep tournament, defeat- The DP boys and girls swim
Ronald Robertson hit a Uni- ing Lake Mary Prep 25-17, 25- teams both defeated Ocoee last
versity tailback, causing a fum- 13, but falling to both Oviedo week. The boys won 114-53 to
ble that was recovered by Chris and Masters Academy. Me- improve to 2-1 on the season.
Matey at the 9-yard line. Mo- gan Hodges picked upl5 kills The Lady Panthers remained
ments later, quarterback Robbie against Masters while Lauren undefeated with a 139-36 vic-
Matey hit Patrick Williams on Tami had 7 digs and 4 kills vs. tory. Freshman Ellice Mae San-
a 7-yard pass to set up a 3-yard LMP. chez captured both the 200 free
TD run by Hart. In the fourth The Lady Panther varsity and 500 free races.
quarter, Hart drove the nail in girls golf team defeated West The Panther varsity boys
the coffin by rushing for a 24- Orange last week to improve bowling team lost to Uni-
yard touchdown. Hart finished to 5-6 on the season. Asheera versity 2478-2267 last week.
with 166 yards. Brinson led DP with a round of Evan Byron led DP with a 570
The Panther varsity boys 48. Stephanie Lewis shot 53 and series. The varsity girls bowl-
cross-country team placed ,Cierra Hong had a score of 55. ing team also fell to University,
5th at the Southern Stars meet The Dr. Phillips varsity 2056-1638. Meaghan Reardon
in Tamna last weekend. Ryan slowpitch softball team lost rolled a 488 series.


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JV Titans ready to go
The Olympia High junior varsity girls volleyball team entered last week with a 3-2 record.
The Lady Titans dropped a close match recently to rival Dr. Phillips 27-25, 25-23. Gath-
ered prior to the DP match are (1-r): in front, Stephanie Sanches; middle row, Lyndsay
Charlton, Jamie Fan, Darrah Matthews, Kayla Shoener, Erica Boccumini, Paige Pompa,
Teylor Emch, Abby Peele, Lindsey Jackson, Jamie Petkov, Krista Petkov; back row, Kyla
Smith, Graham Oakley and lan Carbiener. Not pictured: Celie Weaver and Coach Dale
Bovich.
Olympia V-ball
starts season hot
The Olympia High
varsity girls volley-
ball team opened its
season with a 3-1 re-
cord as of last week.
Gathered on the court
following a victory
are (1-r): seated, Erin
Crowder; front row,
Alex Campisi, Taylor
Cattoor, Alexis Ko-
stantinidis, Janice Ri-
vera, Christine Cline,
Danielle Gibson; back
row, Lauren Roche,
Katherine Billings,
Kirsten Watson, Whit-
ney Schiller, Amber
Schinzing and Lauren
Papero. The Lady Ti-
tans are coached by
Troy Helton and assis-
tant Kelly Burke.


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Crushers make noise
The Crushers fastpitch 12U softball team won their 1 st tournament of the season on Sept.
9 in Ocoee. The Crushers went 5-1 throughout the weekend and defeated the Brevard
Stealers 4-3 in the title game. Pitchers Nicole Jones, Kristina Keane and Demi Ames all
earned MVP awards for their near-perfect performances on the mound. MVPs Courtney
Rotton and Mary Elizabeth Warren led a flawless defense, while Shelby Lopresto, Gabri-
ella Venezia, Cindy Cuevas, Chelsi Lopresto, Jasmine Thompson and Victoria Venezia
provided countless hits.


Ocoee softball continues winning streak
After defeating Dr. Phillips Shawn Baker led OHS with a (68th), Jeffrey Wood (70th)
High 5-0 and Edgewater 2-1 high game of 201, Brad Ham- and Ryan Murphy (77th). .
last week, the Knights' var- ilton bowled a 183, Travis In- golf, the boys team
sity slowpitch softball team Cook pitched in a 172, and placed second in a tri-match
is now 9-0. It was not until the Kevin Bloethner added a 166. at Green Valley Country Club
sixth inning against DP that The Ocoee girls team came last week. South Lake shot
Ocoee put a run on the board. up 7 pins short of DP, losing a 152, Ocoee came in with a
With two outs, Devin Crabb 1655-1648. Casey Pyles set a 171 and the First Academy of
doubled and Brittany Spencer, new individual series record Leesburg posted a 199. Jona-
Miranda Isbell and Tiffany for the Knights with a 435. than Jenkins with a 39 and
Coates followed with base hits The freshman football Zach Moore with a 40 led the
bringing in the first run of the team lost to Apopka on Mon- Knights.
game. day of last weekl8-6, with the In the swimming meet vs.
The Knights scored 4 more Knights' only score coming University, the girls lost 94-65
in the top of the seventh on two on a 75-yard kickoff return and boys 89-71. For the girls,
Panther errors, a hit by Taylor by Karee Pitts. The Ocoee de- Alyssa Burkert placed first in
Skipper, a walk by Brianna fense played tough all night. the 100 butterfly, and Aaron
Marbais, a base hit by Ash- In their second game of the Fan was first and Jamie Fan
ley Hindes, another double by week on Thursday, the fresh- was second in the 100 breast-
Crabb and another base hit by man Knights lost to Winter stroke for the boys.
Spencer. Both teams played Park 14-8.. The defense shut The Lady Knights varsity
outstanding defense. out the Wildcats in the second volleyball team began last
After a rainout vs. Freedom half. Almicar Matus scored week with a loss to Boone in
on Wednesday, the Knights for OHS on a 40-yard TD pass 3 games: 25-16,25-12 and 25-
traveled to Edgewater on from Travis Barnes, and Pitts 21. Notable players included
Thursday and scored 2 runs in ran in the 2-point conversion. Sarah Lucas with 15 serves
the top of the first inning, with This Thursday, the Knights and 7 assists, Courtney Tar-
Edgewater scoring one run in will play at Olympia. pley with 4 serves and 2 kills,
the bottom of that inning. In junior varsity football, Rasheeda Pierre with 9 serves
For the Knights, Hindes and the Knights lost to Apopka and 1 ace, Bianca Carattini
Isbell led off the inning with 36-6 and to Winter Park 35-7. with 7 serves and an ace and
base hits and Crabb brought The offensive leaders were Ardelia Morris with 7 passes,
them in on a fielder's choice Adrian Riley, who rushed 4 blocks and 1 kill.
and an error. for 80 yards and scored one The girls' second match of
With the score 2-1, the Ea- touchdown, and Micah Smith, the week was a loss to Edge-
gles put a little pressure on who completed 6 of 9 passes water 25-15, 25-20 and 25-13.
the Knight defense in the bot- for 64 total yards. Tarpley had 12 -serves and 4
tom of the seventh, but OHS The boys and girls cross kills; Morris had 8 serves, 2
fought hard, not allowing country team competed in aces and 2 kills; and Kim Cor-
them to score. Hindes ended the Winter Springs Overbay- bitt had 7 kills.
the game with a great throw Monte Carlo Invitational Last Thursday, the Ocoee
from center field to second Meet last Saturday. The girls girls lost to Olympia 25-9, 25-
base for the forceout. finished 11th out of 17 teams, 13, 25-17. Lucas had 5 assists,
This week, the varsity will and the boys were 16th of 19. and Morris had 3 kills and 2
take on an undefeated Boone The top Ocoee girls, out of 84 blocks.
and a tough West Orange and runners, were Latrisha Altidor In J.V. volleyball, the Lady
Apopka. (31st), Shenequa Fisher (48th) Knights lost to Edgewater 25-
In bowling, the Ocoee boys and Kristen Smith (53rd). 13, 25-6 and to Olympia 25-8,
lost a tough match to Dr. Phil-' The top boys, out of 110 25-3.


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Thursday, October 4, 2007 The West Orange Times 3B


Wildfire win 1st tourney
The Windermere Wildfire 10U travel softball team won its 1st tournament championship
at the recent NSA September Shootout at the West Orange Girls Club in Ocoee. The
tournament featured teams from throughout Orange and Brevard counties. This was the
Wildfire's 4th-ever tournament. The team had previously placed twice in the semifinals.
Celebrating their win at the September Shootout are (l-r): front row, Lina Navas, Alex
Paulson, Katarina Graham, Haley Muller; 2nd row, Christie Clarkson, Megan Adams,
Mary Sloan Bradford, Michaela Hynes; 3rd row, Tate McClellan, Jessica Chabot, Kelsey
Morrison; back row, Coach Chris Hynes, Manager Dave Chabot, Coach Rob Graham and
Coach George Paulson.

Montverde soccer
wins inaugural
tournament
.,Montverde Academy's
varsity boys soccer team won
its inaugural soccer tournament
recently. The Eagles clinched
the championship by defeating
Grandview Prep (Boca Ratdn)
3-1.
Diego Mendez scored his first
goal 10 minutes .into the game
on an assist by Guilherme Sousa,
who added another goal two
"' minutes later. Alvaro Martinez
scored Montverde's third goal
with an amazing strike at the top
of the box.
The defense, led by Chris
Kohn and Dan Fenton shut
down Grandview until allowing
a goal late in the second half.
Fenton finished with. 10 saves
in goal.
Sousa took home the Golden
Boot award for scoring the most.
Montverde Academy's Sam Rondon (No. 4) and"Diego goalsthroughoutthetournament,
Mendez (at right) help lead the Eagles to a tournament while the MVP award went to
championship. Mendez.

Sanctuary Ridge to
Cool off in pools in Winter Garden host C&W Trucking's
The Winter Garden Parks and Recreation Department's 6th Golf Classic
pools, Farnsworth Pool at 1 Surprise Drive and Bouler ,C&W Trucking will host its
Pool at 362 11th St., are open. For information, call the 6th Annual Golf Classic, Drive
rec office at 407-656-4155. For A Cure, on Saturday, Oct. 20,
-'Pool hours Farnsuorth Pool is open from 1-5 p.m. at Sanctuary Ridge Golf Club in
daily for open s% un. Admission is $2 $1 for children 11 Clermont. The tournament is a
and under). benefit for Tampa Shriners Hos-
Adult lap s% im is ,londay through Saturday mornings piltal for Children.
and MNondaN through ThursdaN evenings.. The entry fee is $75 per person
Bouler Pool is open daily for swimming from 1-5 andincludes range balls before
pm lsos Lessplay with dinner and awards af-
SSwimlessons -,Lessons are available at both terward.
Farnsworth and Bouler pools. Sponsorships and donations
Swim Club This club is for ages 8-15. Classes are can be mailed to C&W Truck-
NlondaN. Wednesday and Friday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 ing Inc., 703 Hennis Road, Win-'
p.m. The cost is 65 per session ter Garden; FL 34787, in care
SWater aerobics Classes are $7 each at Farnsworth of Charleis Aug."Bill" Creeden. The
Pool on Tuesda\s and Thursdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. deadlineisAug. 31.
and Saturdays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. There is a $5 joiners Sponsorships range in price
fee.: from $5001for a hole sponsor to
Arthritic exercise Classes are Tuesday and For detals,000 fo call the C&W
Thursday from 8:15-8:45 a.m. Trucking office at407-877-2600,
___Ext. 232.


Disney hosts triathlon
Walt Disney World Resort held its annual triathlon Sept. 23 as part of its 3-day family
race weekend. More than 2,000 people competed in the triathlon, increasing the event's
participation by 500 people from the previous year. The triathlon took place at Disney's
Fort Wilderness resort and campground and featured a 1.5K swim, a 56K bike segment
and a 10K run. For more information, log onto www.disneyworldtriathlon.com.


K92 joins Ocoee cheerleaders
Representatives of the country music radio station K92 FM joined the Ocoee High
cheerleaders in rooting for the Knights during last month's home game vs. Freedom. Also
pictured are Ocoee Mayor Scott Vadergrift (far right) and Principal Mike Armbruster.


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4B The West Orange Times Thursday, Ocober 4, 2007


WOHS Subway Scholar-Athletes of the Week
West Orange High recently presented Subwayiicholar-Athlete of the Week awards to
Lauren Smith (Sept. 24-28) and Michelle Palmer (17-21). Smith plays for the slowpitch
softball team and Palmer (3.92) is a member of the girls swim team. Standing in front of
the WOHS trophy case are (l-r) Smith, Athletic Director John Boston, Subway represen-
tative Jean Legere and Palmer.


Ocoee High Subway Scholar-Athlete of the Week
Ocoee High School named sophomore Ryan Murphy as its Subway Scholar-Athlete of
the Week for Sept. 24-28. Murphy holds a 4.0 GPA and runs for the Knights cross-country
team. Gathered for the award presentation are (1-r) Principal Mike Armbruster, Murphy,
Subway representative Jean Legere and Athletic Director Bill QChambers.


,, Lady Warriors crush Apopka
,4.1, The West Orange High varsity slowpitch softball team celebrates after defeating the
Apopka Blue Darters 19-0 and 6-1 in a doubleheader last week at Apopka. The Lady
Also receiving the Subway Scholar-Athlete of the Week award from West Orange High Warriors are led by new head coach Bobby Brewer. Gathered on the field are (1-r): front
School for the week of Sept. 24-28 was Rachel Hoisego (holding plaque), who plays for the row, Rachel Housego, Shahlisa Shirley, Missy Harvey; middle row, Danielle Brewer, Laci
slowpitch softball team and holds a 4.0 GPA. Joining Housego are (l-r) Subway representa- Schwenneker, Kelsey LaNeave, Rheann Zielinski; back row, Jasmine Butler, Lauren
tive Jean Legere, Assistant Principal Cindy Haupt and Athletic Director John Boston. Smith, Valerie Proulx and Alexis Roberts.





Thursday, October 4, 2007 The West Orange Times 5B


Youth lacrosse underway
This 4th-6th-grade team is among many in the Orange County, Youth Lacrosse League
that have begun play for its fall season. The league is open to boys from throughout
Central Florida for either 4th-6th-grade or 7th-8th-grade teams. Games take place every
Saturday. The Knights, named for the Ocoee High mascot, consists of 17 players from
all over West Orange County.


Olympia boys
The Olympia High varsity
boys golf team has gotten off
to a very strong start to the
2007 season. The Titans
opened with an undefeated
record after convincing
victories overApopka, Cypress
Creek and Freedom.
Olympia also placed 3rd in
the Orlando Sentinel's Super
Six tournament at Orange
County National, which
featured the area's top eight
teams. The competition was
officially stopped at the 12th
hole due to rain. David Ziglar
shot 1-under-par, Chase
Sargent shot even-par and
Paul Schmidt carded a 2-over-
par score.
The Titans also captured 4th
place in the 12-team Lake
Highland Invitational, a
tournament with top teams
from the Orlando and Tampa
regions played at Mystic
Dunes Golf Club. Olympia's
top scorers were Sargent (70),
Ziglar (74), Schmidt (78) and
Davis Hall (80). Sargent's
70-stroke score earned a 2nd-
place individual finish for the
72-player field.
Despite Olympia's strong
start, Coach Kevin McElveen
believes his players still have
room for improvement.
"We haven't played our best


golf tees off on competition


Olympia senior Chase Sargent receives a trophy for
placing 2nd, individually, in the Lake Highland Invitational
72-player field.,


golf yet, but I have confidence
we will hit our stride in the
upcoming weeks," he said. "I
think our young men will


work even harder on their
games for when it matters
most -- the end of the
season."


Kicking off season with victory
The Montverde Academy Eagles varsity boys soccer team opened its season with an
8-0 win over Citrus Christian Academy from Tampa. Gathered on the field following the
game are (1-r): front row, Guilhermq SOusa, Sam Rondon, Kyle Berman, Alvaro Molina,
Kim Gentle; back row, Alvaro Martinez, Pierre Bakinde, Chris Kohn, Diego Mendez,
-Clayton Johnson and Daniel Fenton.


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Olympia High golfers (1-r) Paul Schmidt. David Marx and Davis Hall helped lead the
Titans to a 4th-place finish at the Lake Highland Invitational regional tournament.


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6B The West Orange Times Thursday, Octrber 4, 2007




Schools


CenralFloicaPrp


Two teachers at Central Florida, Prep Claudia Lefkowitz and Richard Sefick were.
honored with watches recently for 10 years df; dedicated service. Pictured are (l-r):
Rowena Flanders Ramos, director of CFP; Sefidi; Lefkowitz; and Sandy Graf, principal.


Teachers honored
Central Florida Prep recently
honored Claudia Lefkowitz and
Richard Sefick with watches for
10 years of dedicated service
as teachers. The administra-
tion, staff, parents and children
who have benefited from their
skill and dedication extend a
big thank-you to them.
Sefick is a real "rocket sci-
entist." He grew up wanting to
be an aeronautical engineer
and earned an undergraduate
degree with majors in physics
and math. He started his teach-


ing career in 1968, tut it lasted
only one year before he was
drafted into the military.
While in the Navy, he worked
in nuclear engineering and the
related fields of chemistry and
radiation health. His career in-
cluded seven years of teaching
reactor theory, which rekindled
his desire to continue teach-
ing.
The sign on his classroom
door states: "Math. math and
more math.' He teaches both
nigh school and micdle school
math at CFP.


Although a native Floridian,
Lefkowitz was raised in Day-
ton, Ohio. She graduated from
the University of Dayton with a
bachelor's degree in elementa-
ry education and a double mi-
nor in English and philosophy.
She has taught in Ohio, Mas-
sachusetts and Florida.
She moved back to Florida in
1972 and joined the CFP fam-
ily in 1997. She enjoys teach-
ing English, American history
speech and contemporary lit-
erature. In 2000, she added
yearbook advisor to rer lisl.


The preschool at Foundation Academy recently honored those students who showed
'initiative in the classroom. They received a certificate, along with a meal coupon to
Chick-fil-A. Pictured are (1-r): (top row) Grant Thibodeaux and Bobby Branch; (middle
row) Zara Smith, Zeta Chevalier and Hannah Nixon; and (bottom row) Josie Beth Glance
and Anelisa Bustamante.


I MonteSd- cadem


The students at Montverde Academy Middle School recently attended Camp McConnell
near Gainesville for the annual Middle School Retreat. The theme was 'Eagles Taking
Flight.' Each grade was designated a navigational office: 8th-grade students were
the commanders, 7th-graders were the pilots, and 6th-graders were the navigators.
Students took part in Camp McConnell's Nature Lab Program, which is a holistic learning
experience, linking outdoor educational and personal growth experiences to classroom
studies and life experience. During the 3 days, students learned the importance of
teamwork, leadership and perseverance.

Sprn Lake


Eleven 5th-graders at Spring Lake Elementary were recently selected as Safety Patrols
for the 2007-08 school year. The students were selected for their leadership abilities and
good grades. Pictured receiving their Safety Patrol pledge are: (1st row) Sara Londono,
Michael Campbell, Adarsh Persaud, Christina Gilespie and Skye Shephard; and (2nd
row) Lindsey Carter, Brice Phillips, Kenny Henderson, Alondra Barajas, Ana Escalante
and Valeria Torres.


Fifth-graders at Maxey Elementary actively participate in physical education activities.
Pictured are (1-r): Olivia Montgomery, Rose Marie Correa and Alicia Williams.

WhipeingOa


Whispering Oak Elementary teachers sponsored a Literacy Night to provide ideas and
strategies for parents to use at home to support their child. Pictured are Janet Seelig and
Shannon Deveault, 4th-grade teachers at the school. The evening was a big success.
Everyone should mark the calendars now for Math Night on Nov. 8.


FoudatonAcaem


-. .Four Ocoee Middle science
teachers Pat Thacker,
Babu Singh, Traci Dunbar and
A Cliff Mclnturff were select-
ed by the Keystone Center, a
non-profit organization based
in Keystone, Colo., to attend
the Climate Status Investi-
gations training Oct. 5-8 in
Silverthorne, Colo. The Key-
stone Center strives to foster
critical thinking and problem-
solvingig through education,
analysis and dialogue with
all segments of civil society
Sponsored by British Retro-
leum, the training will provide
innovative ways to teach stu-
dents about climate science.
The institute is facilitated
by a team of teachers who
have gone through various
Keystone Center training as
participants and are actively
Incorporating the curricula
into their classrooms. The 4
teachers all attended the Re-
,wards, Risk and Rovers Red
Planet Seminar in Cape Ca-
naveral this summer Based
on their work there, they were
offered the scholarship to at-
tend the October training.


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Jarred Blackmer, a 7th-grade geography teacher on the
Explorer Team at Southwest Middle School, talks to parents
at the annual Back to School Night. Parents followed their
child's daily schedule and met with their teachers to learn
about the curriculum and classroom policies. Information
about the PTSA and after-school programs was also
available during the evening.






Thursday,Dctober 4, 2007 The West Orange Times 7B


Tiffany Smid, the 8th-grade administrative dean at Chain
of Lakes Middle School, receives the Granny Award from
Rosie Becker, the media specialist.


Granny Award
Carol Kindt, principal of
Chain of Lake Middle School,
has begun a new program to
honor teachers who make
a difference. It's called the
Granny Award.
The first person to receive
it was Andrea Bowles, the
sixth-grade language arts
teacher. She then chose the
next recipient, who was Rosie
Becker, media specialist.


Becker selected Tiffany Smid,
the eighth-grade administrative
dean.
Named after the Granny
Smith apple, the person named
receives the award with a
green apple on it and displays
it in his or her classroom for
the, week.
Becker chose Smid because
of the good rapport she has
with the students throughout
the campus.


Alexis Adams, Mrs. Adams, Shelby Caropreso and 1st-grade teaser Mrs. Marik (from
left) enjoy dinner as they help raise funds for Oakland Avenue Chawpr School during the
recent Restaurant Night at Chick-fil-A in Clermont.


Dr.Pili sH


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The Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips recently presented the DPHS DramniClub yvith a check
for $5,000. Pictured are (1-r): Karenr Rugerio, theater director of th9DPHS VPA Magnet
Program; Rotarian Rudy Tapia; and Sally Kamrada, Rotary presideInt


A bad storm did not keep Tildenville Elementary parents,
students and staff from attending the recent open house.
Parents were invited to take part in many activities,
including the PTA nominations, a Title I parent involvement
informational session, sign-ups for after-school tutoring
and Girl Scouts enrollment. The open house also
showcased the high expectations and academic rigor of
the school. Pictured is TES parent Joy Wetmore with the
school receptionist, Lori Hager. The 2 greeted parents and
students with welcoming smiles. With 60 percent of TES
parents participating in the event, the school staff extends
a big thank-you to each parent who attended.


Happy 100th birthday
A 100-year birthday
celebration will be held on
the campus of Tildenville
Elementary School on Saturday,
Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The school is located on the
100-year-old site of the original
two-story Oakland-Winter
Garden School. Historical


activities will be set up both
inside and outside of the
building.
In a joint effort of the Winter
Garden Heritage Foundation,
the school alumni, staff and
students, the community 'is
invited to help celebrate.
The school is located at 1221
Brick Road in Winter Garden.


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The 2nd-grade team at Frangus Elementary had a Science
Kick-Off recently to stir up excitement about science. The
students did an experiment called 'All Gassed Up' by
predicting what would' happen to a liter soda bottle filled
with water and vinegar when baking soda was added. A
majority of the students thought it would smoke. But to
their delight and surprise, the bottle went 1 way and the
cork, the other.


Drama Club receives
Rotary donation
The Rotary Club of Dr.
Phillips and Dr. Phillips
High partner yearly at the
successful July 4th fund-
raiser. The event is held at the
Bill Spoone Stadium at the
school.
The Drama Club supports

School board meets
The Orange County School
Board heard an update on the on-
going strategic planning process
that began in February. After an
internal and external data analy-
sis, a draft strategic plan was
created, input form focus groups
was incorporated and the plan
was updated.
: Currently the board is seek-
ing employee and public input.
To that end, 12 town hall public
meetings will be held before Oct.
- 29:, after which time the strategic
plan will be finalized. A com-
plete listing of meeting times,
dates and locations is available,
on the calendar section of www.
ocps.net.
The school board rejected the
plan for a vote on a districtwide
elected school board chair. It did
not past a motion on a proposed
resolution to move the date of
a referendum on a districtwide
elected school board chair from
March 11, 2008, to Jan. 29,2008,
and the ballot language (by a
vote of 4-2 with Jim Martin and
Daryl Flynn in the minority and
Rick Roach absent).
In future action, the board
agreed to form a stakeholders,
committee to study governance
models and issues related to a
districtwide elected school board
chair. For details, call School
Board Services at 407-317-3236.



'Hope and Legacy Fest'
Hope Charter School and
Legacy High School invite the
community to attend their annual
"Hope and Legacy Fest" on Sat-
urday, Oct. 13, from 11 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the campus at 1550 E.
Crown Point Road, Ocoee.
The event will include fun ac-
tivities for the whole family, in-
cluding food, carnival games,
waterslides, face-painting, a
bounce house, petting zoo, en-
tertainment and a skate park pro-
vided by Ezekiel ministries.
Silent and live auctions will
include a variety of items, such
as theme park tickets, golf pack-
ages, a limo ride, restaurant gift
certificates and two pedal cars.
Guests can also take a chance
to win a 42-inch LCD HDTV with
tickets available until 1:45 p.m.
The live auction takes place at 2
p.m. on stage.
Hope Charter and Legacy
High schools serve both typical
and autistic children with small
teacher-to-student ratios.
For details on the schools or
on becoming a corporate or in-
dividual sponsor for the fest, call
the school at 407-656-4673.


the celebration by providing
assistance with organizing,
planning and providing a
variety of entertainment,
including a deejay and games
for the children.
The proceeds are donated
back to the community.
Recently, Rotarian Rudy
Tapia presented a $5,000


checkfrdm the club to Karen
Ruger, theater director.
Shethankedthe club for the
genenus donation and took
the opiortuniti to promote the
upcorrng musical, Singin' in
the Rdn. ShE also reported
that the team is working hard
to dewvlop anew Dr. Phillips
Comrrunity Tieater:


Ethan Barba, a senior at
Calvary Christian School,
volunteered to teach a
lesson to the 4th-, 5th- and
6th-grade classes during
their weekly chapel. He told
them the story of Jonah and
the Whale.,


Lake Whitney Elementary truly appreciatests Partners in Education who participated in
open house in September. Pictured is 5ttgrader Maddie McKelvain (center) assisting
the bakery manager from Publix at Plantion Grove in serving cake to students Riley
Welch, kindergartner, and Maddie Welch, lh-grader.


Partners in Education
Lake Whitney Elementary
extends a big thank-you to all
of its .Partners in Education who
participated in the open house
in September: Publix, Dinner
A'Fare, Papa John's, Quizno's


Subs, Penguit Paradise Des-
sert Bar, Conay's Barbecue,
Creative Mnories (Laura
Newman), Rimpered Chef
(Jeanne Earp:Plaster Cottage
of Clermont aj Heritage Mak-
ers (Sally Andson).


Also, Victory School of Life
Martial Arts, NYC Dance, Or-
lando Magic Basketball, R'devie
. Promotions, Star Child, Acad-
emy, Learning Tree of Orlando,
Maguire Road Self Storage and
AG Edwards (Kevin Gerry).


Teacher, Support Person
of the Year selected
Oakland Avenue Charter
School staff selected Sarah
Naddeo, the physical educa-
tion teacher, as Teacher of the
Year. Edgard Hernandez, the
head custodian and bus driver,
is the Support Person of the
Year.
Baby birds
The fifth-graders are eagerly
awaiting 10 bird eggs to hatch.
They were laid by the finches,
and the babies should peck
their way out during the week-
end.
Mark the calendar
Open House/Curriculum
Nightforfirst and second grades
was set for this Wednesday,
Oct. 3, from 6:30 to 7:30.
This Thursday, Oct. 4, is
FCAT Parent Night for fourth
and fifth grades from 6:30 to
7:30.


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I Dilar. Stret


Dillard Street Elementary 4th-grade students with teacher
Tami Budd visit downtown Winter Garden.


As the sun was rising Sept. 11 on the campus oCFCA, students formed a ring of prayer
around the American flag to pray for the county, each other and those who lost loved
ones in the tragedy 6 years ago.


Family hrstia


Local history tour
Fourth-graders at Dillard
Street Elementary got an up-
close look at the history of
Florida during a recent field
trip to downtown Winter
Garden.
The students learned about
the Timucuan Indians that
once inhabited the area, how
the railroad turned Lake
Apopka into a major tourist
destination and the rise and
fall of the citrus industry in the
area.
Their scavenger hunt for
historical artifacts took the stu-
dents to the 1918 Atlantic
Coast Line train depot, which
is now a museum, and up and
down the streets of the city to
locate buildings based on his-
toric photos. The field trip was
organized by the Winter
Garden Heritage Foundation.
Thank-you to families
, DSES extends a big thank-


you to all the families who
attended open house on Sept.
20. Anyone who did not get a
chance to join the PTA, pur-
chase school shirts or support
the School Nurse Program can
call 407-877-5000 or come by
the school from 7:30 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Mark the calendar
Parent-teacher conferences
will be held in October.
Information about this will be
coming home with students
soon.
The Scholastic Book Fair
will be held in the media center
Oct. 18-25.
Hispanic Heritage Night is
Thursday, Oct. 18.
Special Area Night for all
kindergarten and first-grade
families will be held Thursday,
Oct. 25.
There will be no school for
students on Friday, Oct. 19,
and Friday, Oct. 26.


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IHmhes Juio0HihS


Family Christian School recently elected 3 students for senatorial positions as part of the
school's inaugural Student Government Each student ran a good campaign, which
ended with a speech in front of the entire \tuden body. One student from 7th grade and
2 students from 8th grade were elected. 'ictund are all the candidates (1-r): (top row),
Chase Countryman, Samuel Goudy, Kati hristensen, Courtney Creeden and Andrew
Mogg; and (front row) Courtney Scott, Ca erineNinah, Bobby Estrada, Holly Baker and
Jill Groover.


Wi-dern -e Pre


Lexi Jeter, a student at Humphreys Junior High, played the part of Goliath at the Holy
Land Experience.


Holy Land
Students in grades five
through eight at Humphreys
-Junior High have been study-
ing the ancient Middle East.
Recently, they went on a field
trip to the Holy Land
Experience.
They saw a scale model of
the Temple of Jerusalem and
visited the Scriptonum, which
contains ancient manuscripts


of the Bible in Hebrew, Latin
and Greek. There was even a
copy of a Guttenberg Bible
there.
The students watched a
movie, saw a play and heard a
lecturer speak on the Dead
Sea Scrolls found in the
Qumran Caves.
Kid Venture is a new attrac-
tion there that provides enter-
tainment for children.
Humphreys student Lexi Jeter


I We~-st Oang Hih


'Getting to Know You' activities were on th agenda for Form II students at Windermere
Prep as the school year began. Pictured re (1-r) 7th-graders Lauren Heubler, Paulisha
Webster and Carolina Esteves interviewirh each other en route to composing the 10,
things fellow classmates need to know abut the friend they interviewed.

Wi rer


Disney's 'Aladdin Jr.' opened recently at West Orange
High, and public performances are set for this Wednesday
through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. with a matinee performance
on Saturday and Sunday at 2:30. More than 2,100 local
elementary students are expected to attend the in-school
performances. All tickets are $10 and can be purchased
at the door or by calling 407-905-2400, Ext. 2282.
Pictured are Rob Mobley as the Genie, Kristen Cervone as
Jasmine and Andrew Tongue as Aladdin.


The hard-working front office staff of Windenere Elementary warmly greets and assists
all visitors who enter the campus. Picturecare (1-r): Dinky Hall, attendance clerk; Laurea
Harrington, reception clerk; Judy Colon,. igistrar; Sue Acharekar, school nurse; and
Shirley Scott, school secretary.
It eTa


PTSA to meet
The West Orange High
PTSA will hold.a general meet-
ing of the membership to vote
on the 2007-08 budget on


Monday, Oct. 15, in the school
auditorium.
The meeting will be brief
and will precede the Wind
Ensemble Band Concert,


got to play the part of Goliath
in a children's play about David
slaying the giant.
The climbing wall provided
fun and exercise for those will-
ing to try to scale its heights.
Student Brett Strayer made it
halfway to the top. Students
also enjoyed Middle Eastern
food at the restaurant and
shopped for Holy Land souve-
nirs in the gift shops.

Students invited to
enter VFW contests
West Orange VFW Post
4305 and Ladies Auxiliary
invite youth in grades 6-8 to
enter the Patriots Pen contest.
The theme is "Why I am an
American patriot." The first-
place award is a $10,000
savings bond and a trip to
Washington, D.C. The deadline
to enter is Nov. 1.
Youth in grades 9-12 can
enter the Voice of Democracy
contest. The theme is "My role
in honoring America's
veterans," and the top prize is a
$30,000 scholarship.' State
winners will receive a trip to
Washington, D.C., in March.
The deadline to enter is Nov.
1.
For complete details, call
407-656-5586.

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

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


Movie trailer project
Summer was not all leisure
time for Lakeview Middle's
graduating eighth-grader,
Andrew Jin. He and his family,
along with his language arts
teacher, Ms. Roberts, traveled
to Chicago.
They were invited by Dr.
William McBride, author of
Entertaining an Elephant, to
present a movie trailer Andrew
created for The Husband by
Dean Koontz. He presenfed it
to representatives from
McDougal Littell at their nation-
al sales conference.
The project began as a read-
ing assignment in which stu-
dents developed a digital book
talk as the culminating project:
Over the summer, Roberts
showcased her students' work
at the Florida National Middle
School Conference. McBride,
the conference's keynote
speaker, was so impressed
with the movie trailers and
Andrew's work in particular that
he shared it with McDougal
Littell, a national publisher of
educational text.
Andrew was given an oppor-
tunity to share his work and
enjoy the sights of Chicago.
The McDougal Littell represen-
tatives were impressed and
asked him to begin work on a
new trailer that relates to their
new ninth-grade literature
book.


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Head Start program
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preschoolers ages 3-5.
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Music will play for 3 days in Winter Garden


By Amy Quesinberry

If you like loud classic rock, soothing jazz,
inspirational choruses, crazy cartoon themes
or music with an international flavor, three
stages will offer this and more at the second
Winter Garden Music Fest this weekend.
The Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
is hosting the musical acts from the
sophisticated to the silly Friday through
Sunday, Oct. 5-7. Music Fest 2007 is a free
three-day outdoor music celebration of
local talent held on Plant Street in historic
downtown Winter Garden.
This year, there will be more than 21 hours
of music with 30 diverse musical acts and
a large variety of street vendors a great
opportunity for the whole family to enjoy
quality music in the downtown atmosphere.
Musical acts include genres of rock,
jazz, blues, country, pop, choral, gospel,
contemporary, Celtic, Mexican, African,
Japanese and Thai. There's even some
yodelin', cartoon themes, a washboard and
acoustic performances.
Scheduled to perform are the West Orange
High School Choir, Olympia High School
Chorus, Garden Community Choir, UCF
Jazz Ensemble, Adam's Road, King Arthur
and the Holy Cow, Outer Toons, the Jake
and Elwood Blues Revue, Brutha Niel &
The Real Deal, Men with Mortgages, the
HWY 50 Band, Orisi Risi, Mit Thai, El
Tigre Lupercio, Nova Era, the Arzo Tureaud
II Quartet;
And Matsuriza Taiko Drums, the
Wyndbreakers, Nadeau/Glazer Quarter with


special guest Benoit Lajeunesse, Rodeo
Rhythm Kings, the Porchdogs, the Silson
Brothers, Dominic Gaudious, Randy and
Charlie Morris, Craig Zavett, Jason Thomas
and Billy Varnes, Bob Rafkin, Bakey and
Betty, Robin Gallo as Reba, Grant Livingston
and Randie Paul.
Other venue performances include the
Good Times Jazz Band playing Dixieland
Jazz on the Heritage Stage and Fred Harvey
on acoustic guitar at the Attic Door, both
Friday at 8 p.m. The popular jazz band has
monthly performances that are sponsored by
Winter Garden Pizza Company, Downtown
Brown's and Stromboli's.
Embarq and Veranda Park are the
presenting sponsors. Darden Restaurants,
Oakland Park and The Sembler Company
signed on as Music Fest patrons.

KidzFest
Children are invited to participate in
an area set up just for them. KidzFest is
sponsored by Fixel, Maguire and Willis and
by Lynx.
Bee Kidz in Winter Garden is organizing
the activities again this year from 5-8 p.m.
Friday, noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and 1-4 p.m.
Sunday.
Children can pick up a "passport" at
the KidzFest booth and have it stamped at
various destinations. Upon completion of
their trip, they can collect a prize bag. The
booth will also supply crafts and apply
temporary tattoos.
One of the musical acts, Outer Toons, is
performing as part of KidzFest


The Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
is also putting together coloring books.

Food and shopping
When you get hungry, vendors will be ready
to serve you dishes of barbecue, seafood,
Greek, Italian, Polish and Asian foods, along
with beer. Fun foods available include ice
cream, fried specialties, smoothies, Kettle
Corn, cotton candy, funnel cakes, chocolate
and an assortment of drinks.
Not all the vendors will have food. Therd
will be booths selling items such as jewelry,
wood items, metal work, scrapbooking
items, jams and jellies, candles, bath and
body products, books, clothing and, of
course, music.

Workshops
Guests can take part in free workshops
on Saturday and Sunday at Garden Music
Center, 40 S. Main St. Instructors will share
their experiences and a few tricks of the
trade and can answer questions participants
might have.
Times will be posted at the Garden Music
Center booth and at the store.
Forest Rodgers will present "Hot Guitar
Licks and Great Tricks!" The Nashville
session player, published author and DVD
star shares great performance skills and tips
for improving one's playing. He will play
live during the seminars.
Matt Farrington will share brass care
and performance tips. The pro French horn
player and instructor shares essential tips on
band instrument care, upkeep and inside tips.


Young school band performers might want
to attend this one.
Gregg Halteman will offer "Music as
a Business." The owner of Garden Music
Center will share insights from a 40-year
musical journey that could benefit anyone
considering a musical career.
Dominic Gaudious will share "Didgeridoo
For All!" This guitarist and Didgeridoo pro
will share the fundamentals of the authentic
Aboriginal instrument. Didgeridoos will be
available for purchase.

Winter Garden
Heritage Foundation
The Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
is the umbrella organization that supports the
History Center, Heritage Museum, Central
Florida Railroad Museum and Garden
Theatre.
The Heritage Museum, located at the
comer of Plant and Main streets (near the
yellow caboose), and the Railroad Museum
on North Main will have special weekend
hours: Friday and Saturday from 1-9 p.m.
and Sunday from 1-5 p.m.
A special exhibit of old sheet music and
musical theater playbills will be on show at
the Heritage Museum.



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Men with Mortgages


These men still may or may not have mort-
gages, but the one thing they do have for sure is
a classic-rock sound that draws people into the
street party.
Six local businessmen got together for a one-
time performance
for *the Dr. Phil-
lips Rotary Club 'N.
in 1992, and "it
was so much fun
that it rekindled
the desire to play
the music we had
grown up with, so
we turned it into a
regular 'gig,"'" said
Ron Sikes.
Before they were
Men with Mort-
gages, they were
students in middle
school, high school
and college who
played in various
groups and usual- Men with Mortgages, I
ly for "sock hops," Crotty, Ron Sikes, John
homecoming danc- gh and Dennis Johnston
es and "battles of
the bands."
Jim Katt played in the successful Barons in the
Central Florida area in the 1970s, while Sikes
played in the less-well-known Wipe Outs in 'the
mid-'60s in Titusville. John Sharkey has regu-
larly performed in the Orlando area as a solo
performer for the last two decades.
Also in the band are Chris Crotty, Tony Peugh
and Dennis Johnston.
"The distinction with us is that we decided not
to quit our day jobs and used the band to serve
as entertainment for various fund-raisers in the
Central Florida community," Sikes said.
And just what are those day jobs? Katt (key-
boards, bass guitar, lead guitar, vocals) is a com-


The Hwy 50 Band
The local Hwy 50 Band was started when
Rusty Roberson and Lee Grimes, childhood
friends since first grade, came together and
started playing original songs they had both
written. In time, they wanted to hear this music
played with a full band.
So they enlisted Mark Howell and Johnny
Harrell from an old cover band, the Note Ropers.
Also coming on board was Jack Pearsons, who
had done gigs with Roberson in the local cover
band Crispy Soup..
Last year, after several months of rehearsals at
Grimes' house, the group decided on a name: the
Hwy 50 Band. This road has been well-traveled
by all the band members, who mostly grew up
in West Orange County. Grimes, Roberson
and Harrell are from Winter Garden, Howell
is an Ocoee resident, and Pearsons hails from,
Holopaw.
Their sound has been described as Southern
rock/alternative country/pop with a twist. They


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munication professor at the University of Central
Florida, Sharkey (lead guitar, bass, harmonica,
vocals) works in UCF Internet Services man-
agement, Crotty (vocals, keyboard, cowbell) is
a dermatologist, Johnston (drums) is a manager
for the audiovisual
company Technical
,. Services Group,
Peugh (vocals,
saxophone, comic
relief) is a show
producer and engi-
neer for the inter-
national themed-
entertainment com-
pany Electrosonic,
and Sikes (rhythm
guitar and bass; no
vocals) is an attor-
ney.
Their musical
influences? "Pretty
much everyone in
the 'classic rock'
back, Jim Katt, Chris genre, starting with
harkey; front, Tony Peu- Carl Perkins and


continuing with
Wilson Pickett;
Crosby Stills, Nash and Young; Van Morrison;
and John Fogarty and continuing with Tom Petty
and the Counting Crows today."
The local guys said they love the atmosphere
that downtown Winter Garden sets for this kind
of family-friendly event.
"Then, you couple that with being associated
with a diverse selection of world-class talent,
outstanding organization, professional quality
sound and lots of good friends to cheer us on, and
you have a winner!" said Sikes. "We were highly
impressed with the first year of this event. We
hope to once again have people literally 'dancing
in the street' as we close out Saturday night with
our street party."


The Hwy 50 Band was named after the
frequently traveled road through West Or-
ange County.
are currently finishing their debut CD at Durbin
Audio in downtown Winter Garden.
Their influences? Tom Petty, Johnny Cash,
The Band, the Grateful Dead, the Allman
Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Eagles and
Dwight Yoakum "anything that grooves the
soul," said Grimes.
The Hwy 50 Band is ready for its stage
performance this weekend "to play for a
hometown crowd."


Randie Paul
Winter Garden resident
Randie Paul didn't start out
wanting to be a musician. She
was an art major in college
when she was diagnosed with
a rare form of macular degen-
eration. Within three months,
she was legally blind.
"With a career in art no lon-
ger an option, I was fortunate
enough to have the opportu-
nity to sing with some local
bands," she said. "I've been
singing professionally ever
since."
In the 1980s, Orlando was
home to scores of nightclubs
that featured live music.
"Many people that I run into
- pardon the pun remem-
ber me from my stints at the
Villa Nova, JJ Whispers, Club
R and the Why Not Lounge,"
she said.
She also performed at. the
Cheyenne Saloon at Church
Street Station and was a fea-
tured vocalist with the Hard
Rock Live house band at Uni-
versal Orlando. A local fa-
vorite, she was voted Female
Vocalist of the Year for six
straight years.
"I'm so blessed to have been
given a talent that affords me


the opportunity to work in
spite of my disability," said
Paul, who has lived in Winter
Garden since 1993.
The singer has performed
most recently at private parties
and corporate functions, so she
said she's "thrilled" to have a
chance to perform at a public
event.
"It's amazing to me that the
somewhat-deserted downtown
that I remember when I moved
here is now hosting such a ma-
jor event involving so many
talented entertainers," she said.
"As excited as I am to perform


El Tigre Lupercio
Internationally renowned Lupercio has always been a
singer Servando Lupercio grew hard worker, at one time selling
up in Jalisco, Mexico, with tacos at a nearby flea market on
humble, hard-working parents weekends. He called his stand
and a family of Taquito Jalisco
10 siblings. Be- -. and soon opened
cause his parents his own Mexi-
needed his help, can restaurant of
he finished sixth the same name in
grade then start- Winter Garden in
ed working. At 1993. Combining
age 16, he came his love,of music
to the United and food, Lupercio
States, settling liked to sing for the
in Winter Gar- diners.
den and getting :In 2003, he
work picking or- opened a sec-
anges, tomatoes ond restaurant in
and peppers. MetroWest.
In 1983, he He has record-
began working ed five albums,
for Walt Dis- opened his own
ney World. Later, he became a record company (TL Records)
busboy at Epcot's Mexican res- and toured in Mexico, the United
taurant, and it was here that he States, Spain and Guatemala.
found his passion for food and Currently, Lupercio sings rd-
music. He developed a great mantic music with a world-class
friendship with Mariachi El Co- costumed authentic Mexican
bre, and he had the opportunity Mariachi band. El Tigre Lu-
to sing with this group. He began percio is sponsored by Taquito
calling himself El Tigre. Jalisco.


with my band, I'm equally
thrilled to be able to enjoy all
of the other artists."
Paul isn't the only family
member with musical talent.
Her mother, who turns 90 this
year, was a concert pianist
and plays the piano for all the
events at her retirement com-
munity.
"We dragged her to a studio
a couple of years ago and sat
her down at the piano," Paul
said. "We told her to just relax
and play some tunes. What we
ended up with is a fabulous
compilation of jazz and pop
standards, along with a medley
of sacred music."
Paul's 13-year-old son,
Dana James, is also a profes-
sional singer and has been in-
volved in recording sessions
for several years with clients
including Walt Disney World
and PBS.
If Randie Paul can convince
him, Dana will sing a number
with his mother's band this
weekend.
"I'm not sure that people un-
derstand what a major under-
taking this festival is for the
organizers," Paul said. "I hope
that everybody in the area will
take advantage of this oppor-
tunity."


Bob Rafkin
An acoustic guitarist, song-
writer and performer, Bob
Rafkin of Orlando says his roots
go back to the late '60s music
scene of New York's Greenwich
Village and the West Coast's San
Francisco and Los Angeles. His
style is Americana and folk.
Now a solo artist, he began
his career as a studio musician
and has performed as a backup
guitarist for many artists, includ-
ing Joni Mitchell, Arlo Guthrie
and the Everly Brothers.
His song Lazy Waters was
recorded by the Byrds. Rafkin
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Brutha Niel & The Real De


Four guys from Winter Gar-
den and Ocoee have played to-
gether in various groups since
they were teens. Their latest,
Brutha Niel & The Real Deal,
has been together for nearly
eight years.
The current members are
Tim Nielsen (he would be
Brutha Niel) on guitar, keys
and vocals; and the Real Deal,
consisting of John Casey Hur-
ley on guitar, harmonica and
vocals, Tom Shuman on bass
and vocals and Tom Gettings
on drum and vocals. Several
members have come and gone,
but this lineup has maintained
the band for about a year.
The band's musical inter-
ests range from blues to old
standards with a little bit of
country thrown in from time
to time.
"We'll play just about any-
thing if we all like it," Nielsen
said.
The group plays original
songs too, and over the years,
Nielsen has released four CDs
that are available on www.cd-
baby.com/all/bruthaniel.
Nielsen's musical talents
were evident when he was a
boy of 12 or 13 and played in
bands with other musicians
who were much older. He has
shared the stage with perform-
ers like the Steve Miller Band,
Jimmy Buffett, .38 Special,


Garden Community Choir
The Winter Garden Heritage through song."
Foundation and Garden Theatre Jeff Redding, the choral direc-
will present the first public per- tor of West Orange High School,
formance of the Garden Com- has been working hard as the
munity Choir this weekend. The community choir director and is
choir is nearly 60 strong and is ready to present his new group.
always looking for new mem- "For a first-year choir, the
bers. Garden Community Choir has
The choir has attracted a wide surpassed my expectations,"
variety of ages and talent, from Redding said.
those with professional voice For information on joining,
experience to novice singers in- call Dr. Johan Bergh, choir chair,
terested in "building conununity at 407-353-2006.


The Garden Community Choir rehearses each Monday
evening at West Orange High School.


A regular at Bert's MoonCricket Grill in Winter Garden, Brutha
Niel & The Real Deal will take their gig outside this time.


Molly Hatchet, Foghat, the
Beach Boys and the Little
River Band.
Shuman, who plays bass,
started out in the music busi-
ness as a drummer. Hurley
said he has been a working
musician all his life. And, for
years, Gettings anchored the
rhythm section and toured the
U.S. with his brother, Glen, in
the Gettings Brothers Band;


they also played at the Tomor-
row Land Terrace at Walt Dis-
ney World.
The foursome rocked down-
town at last year's Music Fest.
Asked by the show's producer
to play again this year, the lo-
cal boys eagerly said yes.
Brutha Niel & The Real
Deal perform regularly at
Bert's MoonCricket Grill in
downtown Winter Garden.


King Arthur and the Holy Cow a trunk show
In this wacky show that father who has worked as a father, has provided the Central
expects audience participation, professional actor in Central Florida community with his
King Arthur and the Holy Cow Florida for nearly 20 years. He style of acting comedy for
takes a look at the tale of the is currently a contracted actor nearly 10 years. He is starting
Holy Cow, as told by King for Universal Orlando in a another year as a contracted
Arthur's traveling actors, Kenny number of acting venues and has actor in "Poseidon's Fury"
Babel and Greg Faucette. This co-written Universal's popular at Universal's Islands of
25-minute farcical comedy Halloween Horror Nights Adventure. He also was a
mixes ages past with modern parody "Bill & Ted's Excellent key element in creating the
pop culture references. Halloween Adventure" for the character of the Grinch for
The craziness was created by past several years. Universal's Christmas-themed
Babel, an actor/writer/husband/ Faucette, an actor/husband/ Grinchmas.


Jake and Elwood Blues Revue


The Jake and Elwood Blues
Revue, sponsored by Book
It Inc. pays tribute to the
legendary Blues Brothers and
their "mission from God."
According to Book It, this is
Sthe only Blues Brothers tribute


officially sanctioned by Dan
Aykroyd.and the John Belushi
Estate. Based in Orlando,
this team has performed for
more than 10 years as Joliet
Jake and Elwood Blues and
is a mainstay at Universal


Orlando.
The Blues Revue has been
seen on various television
programs and the Virgin Air
Lines in-flight video and has
performed with the original
Blues Brothers Band.


The University of Central Florida will bring its Jazz Ensemble.


UCF Jazz
The University of Central
Florida Jazz Ensemble has been
a working group for 30 years and
was formed through the UCF
music department.
The group plays classic Big
Band repertoire, as well as new
works and commissions for jazz
band.
Jeff Rupert, a Selmer saxo-


Ensemble
phone artist and director of jazz
studies in the UCF Department
of Music, said the jazz band likes
performing at the Winter Garden
Music Fest because "it's a lovely
venue with great people; a very
professionally run event."
The ensemble is sponsored
by UCF's Burnett Honors Col-
lege.


Robin Gallo as Reba


A vocalist with a soulful sound
and distinguished credits, Robin
Gallo puts on a country tribute
show sponsored by Universal
Orlando. She can impersonate
Reba McEntire and Lucille Ball
to perfection. She has been pay-
ing tribute to McEntire since
1995 and has traveled exten-
sively, performing at conven-
tions, festivals, casinos and pri-
vate parties.
She has been a featured vocal-
ist at local theme parks and the


former Church Street Station.
She has done studio recordings
as lead and backup vocals for
companies like Pizza Hut, Red
Lobster and Florida Power and
has performed as a singer/spokes-
person for AT&T, Countrytime
Lemonade, Kellogg's, Daytona
500 and Maxwell House.
As an opening act, Gallo has
taken the stage before K.C. & the
Sunshine Band, Roy Clark, Ken-
ny Rogers, the Coasters, Chubby
Checker and George Benson.


Orisi Risi
Orisi Risi, created in 1986,
blends an African folkloric
performance and an educational
program when on stage. The
group's show is a combination
of expressive music, drumming,
storytelling and dance.
Orisi Risi is co-produced,
directed and performed by
a husband-and-wife team
composed of Nigerian-born folk
artist Ilenbilu Adetutu "Tutu"
Harrell and Don Harrell, a music
scholar and performing artist.

Jason Thomas
and Billy Varnes
Jason Thomas is an award-
winning multi-instrumentalist
who plays a wide range of
musical styles primarily on
the fiddle and mandolin. Born
in Canada, he started the
mandolin at age 8, learning from
his father, Bob Thomas, and
playing bluegrass and gospel
with his family band in southern
Ontario.
He took a year of violin
lessons at age 12 and then
studied fiddle styles. Wanting to
experience more instruments, he
picked up guitar, banjo, bass and
viola in high school and started
his own band.
He has won the Canadian
Open Mandolin Championship
and two-time Florida state
champion on both the fiddle
and mandolin.
Billy Varnes was formerly
the bandleader at the Cheyenne
Saloon at Church Street Station
arid is one of the area's premier
country/bluegrass singers.


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Matsuriza
Junior Team
Members of the Matsuriza
Junior Team share their music
on traditional Taiko drums.
This fascinating music is an
important part of traditional
ceremonies and important
festival in Japan.
Takemasa Ishikura is the
director of Matsuriza, which
teaches Japanese drums to
children.
This weekend, the children's
group Orlando Taiko Dojo will
perform.


Nadeau/
Glazer Quartet
The Nadeau/Glazer Quartet
will take a break from its per-
formances at Cirque Du Soleil's
"La Nouba" this weekend to
entertain in Wwinter Garden.
And at this weekend's Mu-
sic Fest, the quartet will fea-
ture a special guest: Benoit
Lajeunesse and his urban jazz.
Sponsored by the Timucua Arts
Foundatiqn, the group plays
uplifting music that blends ur-
ban jazz with folk music from
Quebec.

Randy and
Charlie Morris
The husband-and-wife team
of Randy and Charlie Morris
presents a mix of jazz and
Swing. He is a specialist in
classic American music such
as Ragtime, New Orleans jazz
and Swing. He has appeared at
many jazz festivals throughout
the country and has recorded
several CDs.


Grant Livinqston


Miami resident Grant
Livingston presents himself
mostly as a solo act, and,
since the mid-1980s, has
performed original songs,
songs of Florida and music of
the 1920s.
He said he became interested
in songwriting "by meeting
most of the great family of
Florida songwriters at festivals
throughout the state."
Livingston's musical
influences are the sounds of
1920s-era swing, country-
blues, ragtime and Tin Pan
Alley.
"I'm also influenced by the
storytelling style of the 1960s
folk troubadors," he added.
His offbeat sense of humor
comes through his stories
and songs, and he employs a
wide range of characters -
armadillos, barnacles, dogs,
cats, Florida pioneers while
weaving in history.
Livingston is ready for this
weekend's festival.
"Downtown Winter Garden


is one of Florida's special
places, which remembers and
honors its past," he said. "This
is a great fit with my music,
which talks about Florida's
history and environment and
the music of the 1920s. It's
also a pleasure to be included
on the bill with so many other
great musicians."


Paul and Theresa Scavarda are Bakey and Betty.


Bakey and Betty


It all started at the Baker Mo-
tel. Bakey Baker was bom in
Room 3 under mysterious cir-
cumstances to Donnel Baker and
Lucille Blatz, motel manager
and part-time church secretary.
Betty Bryant was brought up
in a family of 12. She was the
only sibling blessed with the gift
of uncompromisable tonality -
but that would soon be compro-
mised.
Bakey Baker met Betty Bry-
ant while performing his nightly
ventriloquist act with Bucky on
the Branson stage to an emp-
ty house. Apparently, Bucky
scared small children, making it


difficult for Bakey to make time
with their mothers.
Soon after retiring Bucky,
they became the Bakers, Mr. and
Mrs.
Bakey and Betty currently
live in Florida with their Chihua-
huas, Web and Puck.
When asked why they wished
to perform at the Winter Garden
event, Bakey said, "Beats sitting
at home."
The vocal duo of Paul and
Theresa Scavarda make up
Bakey and Betty. They play
eclectic Americana on vocals,
guitar, ukulele, banjo, harmonica
and, yes, a washboard.


The

Porchdogs
The Porchdogs band was
founded in 1991 as a blue-
grass-folk-country-rockgroup
by Andy Burr, who performs
on guitar, harmonica and
vocals, and two other musi-
cians who are no longer with
the band. When Greg Taillon
(Cajun accordions and vocals)
joined in 1992, he brought the
Cajun and Zydeco influences
that are now the band's main
calling card.
Both men live in Winter
Garden.
Apopka's Jessy Daumen
(fiddle and vocals) joined the
band at age 15 in 1997.
Rounding out the band
are Achille DeSanctis (bass
guitar) and Mark Goldberg
(drums), both Ocoee resi-
dents.
. According to their myspace
profile, the musicians got to-
gether so they could play the
music they loved but rarely
heard in Central Florida.
The Porchdogs have played
at the Forida State Fair for
five of the past seven years
and are annual regulars at


The Porchdogs got together to play music they enjoyed
but rarely heard in Central Florida.


the Iron Horse Saloon during
Bike Week and Biketoberfest.
They also have regular per-
formances at Cypress Gar-
dens and Silver Springs.
According to Burr, this is
the only group that has per-
formed every year 15, so
far at the Fort Lauderdale


The Silson Brothers
Three brothers in the Silson three brothers who have lived
family Scott on vocals and through' life's hardships. apd
guitar; Kerry on vocals, guitar travesties and now want to
and harmonica; and James on share their experiences."
vocals, guitar, piano and the tin Kerry writes: "Music has
whistle make up the Silson been a part of our lives and
Brothers, and all contribute to a part of our souls since our
the writing and arranging of earliest recollections."
the music. And, writes Scott:
They call themselves a "Inspiration is abundant when
throwback to the '60s and say good fortune is not....We're
their mission is "to reinvent all bom into the same world,
the songwriter's song." and it is only our individual
Their music has been paths that shape us into unique
described as "honest, poetic people. Inside, we are the
and powerful with thought- same, and I believe that when
provoking lyrics that are a song truly comes from the
relevant to today's changing source within real feelings,
times." emotions, beliefs, honesty -
The Silsons do sing a few we can all relate to it and apply
sincere love songs, but their it to our individual lives.
music mostly addresses life "Then a song about one is a
events and perspectives, song about many."
trying to find the answers to The Silsons list the Bee
all of life's when's, why's and Gees; Crosby, Stills and
how's. Nash; the Everly Brothers; the
On myspace, James Silson Doobie Brothers; and Maroon
writes: "We write only what 5 as their musical influences.
we've experienced. Our music The brothers liken their sound
is very personal and honest, to the Bee Gees, Everlys and
laced with the passion of the Eagles.


Cajun/Zydeco Crawfish Fes-
tival.
The Porchdogs are ready to
hit the stage this weekend.
"Winter Garden is our
home, and we love it here,"
Burr said. "We want to be part
of the community's culture
and character."


High school choirs:
West Orange
and Olympia
The top-notch, award-win-
ning West Orange High School
Choir and Olympia High
School Chorus are scheduled
to perform at this weekend's
Winter Garden Music Fest.

The Arzo
Tureaud II
Quartet
Music has always been a big
part of Arzo Tureaud's life. He
was born in Springfield, Mo.,
the second of four siblings.
With two sisters and a brother,
Arzo and his family grew up
playing violin, clarinet and
viola. Their mom provided
music and dance lessons, and
Arzo took trumpet lessons from
Dr. Tijuana Julian. He was also
trained in the classical, jazz
and calicchio technique.
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Dominic

Gaudious
Dominic Gaudious is an
award-winning guitarist and
composer with a unique,
intricate style, blending the
sounds of classical, jazz,
flamenco, rock and world-
beat.
But his music wasn't always
of that vein. The Winter
Garden resident started in the
mid-1980s playing electric
guitar with a heavy metal
band from Atlanta that can be
described as a cross between
the Red Hot Chili Peppers and
Iron Maiden.
He has been a performer
for nearly 20 years, and his
musical influences "have been
almost every style out there"
but mostly rock mixed with
ambient music.
In his current music,
Gaudious works mainly with
six- and 12-string acoustic
guitars and incorporates
exotic instruments such as the
Australian Didgeridoo..
He regularly performs
at festivals (such as Race
Unity Festival, Greenpeace,
Sound Support for Autism
and Citizens .for a Better
Environment) and on college
campuses around the U.S. He
has played locally at many
venues, including SeaWorld
and Disney's Pleasure Island.
Reaching far beyond
the local stage, Gaudious


Mit Thail
Mit Thai is a six-woman
group composed of Thai-Amer-
icans playing traditional acous-
tic music from their country
of Thailand. Each member of
this musical group represents
the Wat Florida Dhammaram
temple in Kissimmee.
The women have been per-
' forming together for five years.
C On the stage this weekend
I are Orsasa Chong of Kissim-
I mee and Archareeporn Yoelao
I Lagana of Windermere, both


Craig Zavett
Craig Zavett is the com-
plete entertainer he sings,
plays a mean guitar and en-
-gages the audience. He mixes


The Wyndbreakers


has performed at the 1996
Centennial Olympic Games,
the Australian Embassy and
Montreux Music Festival and
has opened for the Atlanta
Symphony Orchestra, Pat
Benatar and Kip Winger.
Most recently, he was'
a finalist on Fox-TV's 30
Seconds to Fame and has been
a finalist and Honor Award
winner in the Great American
Song Contest for his song Far
East Fusion and nominated as
Best,Instrumental Artist 2004
and Best Performing Artist
2005 by campusawards.com.
He's eager to play at
the Winter Garden festival
"because it's just a few blocks
from my house and it's the
most convenient place for
friends and family to come see
me."
Dominic and his wife,
Becca, are expecting their first
child "any day."


of whom play the Thai Kim;
Sudarat Macruillan of Orlan-
do, who plays the Thai Cym-
bol; Beyanaad Hannemann of
Cocoa Beach, who plays the
Ranat Ek (wooden xylophone);
Boonchuan Jackson of Orlan-
do, who plays the Saw-Duong
(Thai Violin in soprano); and
Kam Gillett of Celebration,
who plays the Saw-U (Thai
Violin in bass).
The english translation of
Mit Thai is "Thai Friendship."
Working Actor Productions is
presenting the act at this week-
end's festival.

the classics from all eras in
his own style, which keeps
these, standards fresh while
maintaining the feel of each
song that you want to tap
along.


Wearing their traditional
kilts, the Wyndbreakers
deliver a "high-tech, lowbrow,
pub-rockin', neo-traditional,
mandolin-wranglin', blatantly
harmonizin', underpriced,
nearly acoustic, sorta not,
modem retro, flute-envying,
family-oriented yet vaguely
bawdy, born-on-the-wrong-
continent, string-plucking,
frozen-snottered, fiddle-
bowing, audience-interactive,
good-and-I-mean-it-buddy,
incessantly-rambling Scottish/
Irish/Ceilidh" sound.
The band has been together
for more than 20 years.
And why do members


love performing? "For the
cash," said Ennis Pruitt, who
performs on guitars, octave
mandolin, flute, whistles,
bodhran and keys. "OK, OK,
the joy we bring people, the
looks on children's faces and
the happiness we leave in our
wake. That and the cash.
"And where else could
a man like me wear a kilt in
public and not get beaten up,
I ask you?"
Other members of the band
are Amy Pruitt on guitar and
bodhran; Steve Brewer on
djembe and percussion; and
Craig Thomas on flute, fiddle,
recorders, keys and mandolin.


The Wyndbreakers will be in their kilts this weekend.


Rodeo Rhythm Kings
This cowboy phenomenon Texas fiddle sawin'." He began
plays authentic, good ol' cow- playing fiddle at the Diamond
boy tunes the way folks best Horseshoe Revue in Disney's
remember them: on the Big Magic Kingdom in 1990 and
Screen, sung by Hollywood soon started playing with Rast
idols like Gene Autry and Roy on fiddle and pedal steel at the
Rogers. Cheyenne Saloon. He once
Rodeo Rhythm Kings' motto: played solo violin in tuxedo
"Where real men ain't afraid to while a man proposed to his
yodel." sweetheart.
The group "El Jeffe" Dave And Durham runs the show,
Durham, "Gentleman" Jim playing ringmaster "to a con-
Rast and "Smokin"' Bo Frazer trolled musical pandemonium."
- formed in 2003 at Disney- For more than 20 years, he has
MGM Studios. provided the voices for the
Rast anchors the group "with Country Bear Jamboree at the
smooth baritone vocals and Magic Kingdom. He is an ac-
pounding doghouse bass slap- complished songwriter.
pin'." He has sung on radio and Members of the band are full-
TV commercials and jingles for time musicians, so they also
such clients as Pizza Hut, Ad- play with other groups, but "this
vance Discount Auto Parts and is our favorite thing to do," Rast
Fox TV Network. He performed said. "You don't see too many
for 17 years with his band, The cowboy bands in these parts, so
Malones, at the Cheyenne Sa- we feel like we have something
loon at Church Street Station unique to offer audiences."
before its demise in 2001. Why are the Rodeo Rhythm
Frazer has the musical spon- Kings eager to perform in Win-
taneity and "serves up scorchin' ter Garden? "Everybody, young
hot licks punctuating the RRK and old, likes cowboy music,"
sound with authentic but wry Rast said.


Outer Toons


Who would think of putting
together a band that played a
bunch of cartoon music?
Chris Charles would.
"In the summer of 1999, I
was spending some well-de-
served time with my children
between the local area theme
parks and cartoons. Looking
for local gigs again after two
solid years of touring, I came
up with the idea of a band
that played cartoon music. It
seemed like a good idea since,
at the time, there were no
bands anywhere that covered
this niche."
The first band auditioned in
August 2001, but the effects of
9-11 led to a temporary decline
in tourism and the band was
left to develop the show on its
own for family, events, local
schools and three appearances
at the Orlando Fringe Festival.
The musicians all have ex-
tensive professional experi-
ence, including the Boston
Symphony Orchestra and
Manhattan Transfer. Over the
last four years, the. group has
performed at many theme
parks in the Southeast.
A popular game the band
likes to play is "Name That
Cartoon," which tests parents
and children's musical mem-
ory.
Outer Toons now boasts
more than 60 cartoon'themes
and is composed of talented


Nova Era
Sculpted white wigs and
elaborate gowns are all part of
Nova Era's act, So is classical
music "with a groove"; an
exciting, contemporary New
Age twist. This band got its start


and extremely versatile Orlan-
do-area musicians ,"who have
been selected for not only the
ability to play and memorize
difficult music, but also the
dedication required to perform
the choreography and comedy
needed for such a huge under-
taking," Charles said.
Multiple players cover each
chair in the band because
they all have such demanding
schedules.
This ,weekend's sight and
sound spectacular will feature
Tom Damon ("Major") on
drums and effects; Colin Moos
("Scrubs") on bass and tuba;
Kehau Kuhi ("Hula Lagoona")
on keys, xylophone, vibra-
phone and vocals; Nate Ander-
son ("Neon") on tenor and alto
saxophones; Paul Roth ("Ace
Parthree") on trumpet, vocals
and keys; Terry Baber ("Pi-
rate Pete") on trombone, har-
monica and vocals; and Chris
Charles ("Maestro Klutz") on
vocals, soprano/alto/baritone
saxophones, flute, piccolo and
keys.
Charles is also serving as the
host of the show.
Because of limited time,
the group will not be able to
perform acts from the live 60-
minute live cartoon the mem-
bers have created. This show
is now being scripted and re-
corded, 'Charles said, for a TV
pilot early next year.


at Disney's Epcot. The six band
members play "electrifying
renditions" of the works of
such composers ; as Vivaldi,
Beethoven, Bach and Mozart.
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needed will train 407-656-
4702.10/4dk
ORTHODONTIC ASSIS-
TANT NEEDED Universal
Studios area ortho office
seeks chair-side assistant.
Dental experience pre-
ferred,, but will train per-
son with right qualities.
Excellent salary & ben-
efits. Call 407/363-4800;
E-mail resume to gloria@
goldieortho.com or fax
resume to 407/876-6085.
10/4gg
OPTICAL ASSISTANT/
WORK-UP Tech needed.
Will train must be motivat-
ed and have natural com-
municative skills. Great
Benefits. Call Jerome 407-
656-3755 or fax resume
407-656-5362. TFNmec


135
PROFESSIONAL

DO YOU have your Real
Estate License? If yes
Come join an established
TEAM with lead .genera-
tion already in place.Work
your own hours. No expe-
rience needed. Call Cen-
tury 21 Elite Properties
TEAMCONNECT at 407-
516-1000.10/4ph
SEEKING MOTIVATED
Individuals, After School
Care Activities Coordina-
tor, from 2 PM- 6 PM on
school days; apply within
Montverde Academy HWY
455.in Montverde. 10/5ts
SEEKING MOTIVATED
Individuals, After School
Care Teacher from 3 PM-
6 PM on school days,
apply within Montverde
Academy HWY 455 In
Montverde. 10/5ts


136 RELIGIOUS

CHURCH PRE-SCHOOL
Hiring one F/T teacher for
3 year old class.Experi-
ence preferred. Serious
Inquiries only. Call 407-
656-4140. Fax resume to
407-656-0606.10/4gtc
A GROWING pentecostal
church seeking a minister
of music. Keyboard and
organ experience needed.
Great pay. Travel expenses.
aslo considered. Call Pas-
tor Holloman 863-852-
6446.10/25nmcm


140
RESTAURANT/
HOTEL/MOTEL

OCOEE BREAKFAST and
Lunch Restaurant looking
for experienced cooks.
Good pay and working
conditions, call 407-760-
6702.10/4


150 RETAIL

CUSTOMER SERVICE
QuikDROP of Ocoee.
Should be computer
savvy in Microsoft Office,
Internet, eBay experience
a plus. Approximately 15-
25 hours/week, some Sat-
urdays. Responsibilities
include: customer service
communication (in-per-
son, email,, telephone),
item research on Internet,
writing skills selling items.
on Ebay, photograph
items, packing/shipping
items.This is a fun and
interesting job! Great for
college student or stay at
home parent, even a retir-
ee. Send resume/qualifi-
cations to quikdropfloco@
gmail.com. 10/4pc


160 GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT

FULL TIME CUSTODIAN,
benefits available, apply
within, Montverde 'Acad-
emy, C.R 455. 10/5


NOW HIRING
Management Help wanted. Apply in person
at any Ocoee/Winter Garden location or at
Subway.com Benefits include vacation,
health plan. For more information call

407-656-9358


EXPERIENCED KITCHEN
Manager, Deli Cook, Ca-
shier needed. GOOD PAY.
Mon-Thurs. Food Service
at Auto Auction. 407-947-
6327 for an appt. TFNafs
BODYGUARDS: STATE-
SIDE & Overseas.- Earn-
ing Potential: $350 / $750
per day. No Experience
Needed. Free Training.
(866)271-7779 www.
bodyguardsunlimited.net
http://bodyguardsunlim-
ited.net. fcan4
AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for high paying Avia-
tion Maintenance Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified -
Job placement assistance.
CALL Aviation Institute of
Maintenance (888)349-
5387. fcan4


170 EMPLOY-
MENT WANTED

I'M LOOKING for a Nanny
position, 10 years expert,
non-smoker, excellent ref-
erences, 352-409-0676,
or 352-409-0644.10/28*
REMOTE SECRETARY/
OFFICE CLEANING Word
processing, faxing, mail
outs Post Office/Bank
runs, office supply runs
and I can clean your of-
fice too confidential many
references quick turn
around call me or e-mail
Tracy (407)-595-4236 or
Tracylynn0007@aol.com
10/25t






200 ITEMS FOR
SALE

1920'S MAHOGHANY
Veneered Dining set. In-
cludes 4 leaves, 6 chairs,
curved front hutch and
buffet. $1500.00. 407-
877-2565.10/4ks
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-
876-8436.10/18rk
ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
FOR SALE! "Manufac-
turer Direct!" 25x30 Now
$4100. 30x40 $6400.
35x50 $9200. 35x70
$12,200. 40x80 $15,950.
Many .Others: Ends/
accessories optional.
Pioneer (800)668-5422.
fcan4
METAL ROOFING. SAVE
$$$ buy direct from
manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all' accesso-
ries. Quick turn around.
Delivery Available..
(352)498-0778 Toll free
(888)393-0335 code 24.
www.GulfCoastSupply.
com. fcan4


220
COLLECTIBLES

DOLL SALE, 1658 East
Springridge Circle Winter
Garden. Friday and Sat-
urday 10am-5pm or call
for appointment 407-656-
8798. 10/4ac


240 GARAGE/
YARD SALE

CHURCH OF THE MES-
SIAH will hold a yard sale
on October 6, 2007 from
8-12 noon at the old Dil-.
lard Street Elementary
School parking lot on Til-
den. Proceeds from the
sale will help fund the new
church addition which in-
cludes a new Parish Hall;
narthex, office, complex,
restrooms, kitchen and
library/parlor. Gently used
items will include toys,
books, tools, household
items, small furniture/
appliances, art, antiques,
plants, baked goods and
homemade crafts.10/4cs
GARAGE SALE, Chil-
dren's toys, children and
adult clothing, misc. (late
spring cleaning) Saturday
10/13 from 8-1. 300 S.
Woodland St. Winter Gar-
den. 10/11km
FALL RUMMAGE sale at
Methodist church. The
First United Methodist
Church of Winter Garden
is holding its annual Unit-
ed Meth-odist Women fall
rummage sale Saturday,,
Oct. 6. It will take place in
the Fellowship Hall from
7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Donated
items can be dropped
off at the church that-
Wednesday starting at
5 p.m., Thursday from 9
a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Fri-
day from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The church is at 125 N.
Lak-eviewAve.10/4
BIG MULTIPLE Family
Yard Sale Sat. Oct. 6. 8 to
1pm at 618 Silver Star
Rd. Ocoee, Across from
Starke Lake.1 0/4vs


GARAGE SALE BankFirst,
Sat. 10-6 8 to noon. Some
of Everything! 10/4
NEXT COMMUNITY
Church is having a Multi-
Family Garage Sale to
raise money for their ex-
panding Youth Program.
The Sale is Saturday Oc-
tober 6 from 7am to 1pm
and will take place at 1041
Red Dandy Drive, Orlando
(RoseHill subdivision just
off White Road in Ocoee)
For more information orto
makeidonationstothe Sale
or Fundraiser contact Pas-
tor Scott at 407.654.9661
or pastorscott@nextcom-
munitychurch.com or visit
www.nextcommunity-
church.com. 10/4ncc
YARD SALE, Friday Octo-
ber 5th 9-12 and Saturday
October 6th 8-12, 923
Hire Circle. Kids, baby,
men/women, electronics,
misc. tools. 10/4kh
YARD SALE 4 FAMILIES,
Oct.6th 7:30am-?, house-
hold items, baby items,
toys, and much more! Off
Stark Lake Cr. onto 904
Hawaii Drive 10/4bm
GARAGE SALE/OPEN
HOUSE, 1031 Glensprings
Ave., Winter Garden, Oct.
6 & 7, 7am-3pm, every-
thing must go! 10/4tb
BROOKESTONE COM-
MUNITY garage sale, off
Maguire Rd., Saturday
8am-2pm. 10/4





Butler Bay Rec. Center
11465 Park Ave. Wind.
55+ Families.
Everything from
Snewbornt teen.
Equip, clothes, toys,
and more.
1/2 mile W. of Wind.
Elementary School
407-247-8804


280 ITEMS
WANTED


JOWERS
BATTERIES
Now
Purchasing
SCRAP
BATTERIES
500 EACH

510 E. HWY 50
WINTER GARDEN
656-6588







300 ANIMALS
FOR SALE

SPRINGER DOODLE
PUPPIES: 9 weeks old. 2
males and 1 female. Both
parents on site (Mom is
a Toy Poodle and Dad
is a Miniature Springer
Spaniel). All shots, health
cert., tails doc. and dew
claws removed: Adorable!
$550. Call 407-399-0304.
10/4dc


320 LOST &
FOUND PETS

LOST LONGHAIRED Chi-
huahua, tan, one different
eye, shy, 407-877-3397;
10/4
FOUND COCKATItL Dr.
Phillips area 407-435-
0290.10/4
FOUND Dog, In Wind-
ermere Downs Sub. Off of
Park Ridge Gotha Rd. Very
Sweet, loveable, brown
and white, young, female
Boxer. If not claimed in
one week, then free to a
good home, only because
I have two dogs already or
I would take her. Call 321-
217-1714.10/11gh,


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date
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member
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staples
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('66 song)
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vowels
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abbr.
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quantities
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Wolfe's
hobby
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honey and
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('60 song)
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rye high
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sprite
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340 FREE TO
GOOD HOME

LAB MIX Male, Tan, 11
months. House broken,
Neutered and has shots.
Donation appreciated Call
407-235-0872.10/4






400 AUTOS FOR
SALE

2002 SILVER Ford Tau-
rus, 93k miles, very clean,
great, condition. $3999
obo. 407-947-2803. TF-
Njc
2002 CHEVY Silverado
1500 Extended Cab, AM/
FM/CD, Bed Liner, Tool
Box, Low Miles 58,200.
Call 407-466-1420.10/11
1996 MERCURY Sable-
low mileage, new tires,
.cold AC, remote entry,
power windows, $1000
OBO. Call (407) 376-0233.
10/18nb






500 MEDICAL &
HEALTH

SMALL PRIVATE adult
family care home in Or-
lando /Ocoee residential
area. Has 2 vacancies for
ambulatory, wheelchair or
bed bound residents, LPN
lives on property, for fur-
ther assistance please call
321-299-3694.10/11
SENIOR HOMECARE By
Angels: Our caring home
companions help Seniors
stay at home! Respite
care, hygiene assistance,
meal prep, light house-
work, errands. Up to 24
hr care. Reasonable rates.
We do things your way!
VISITING ANGELS 407-
888-5999. Lic.30211299


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CAREGIVER NEEDED in
your house? Caregiver/
Home Health, 13 year.
experience. References
available. 407-905-
9203.10/18ab


540 CLEANING

CLEANING SERVICE
home/office/tenant move,
a.. -outs, licensed, bonded
1TH insured (407)595-4236.
10/1i8ty


560 HOME
IMPROVEMENT
', ASSEMBLE INSTALL
,n repair. Fence Specialist.
r Home improvement proj-
'.' ects, sheds, furniture, etc.
33, Licensed & insured, free
3HT estimates. Drakes. 407-.
-8_ 448-9749. 10/18dd
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S.E. Dollen, Inc.
Winter Garden longest
established electrical
contractor serving
Central FL since 1983.
All Service Techs are
LICENSED
Journeymen and Master
Electricians.
For professional results
and competitive rates call
407-656-5818
EC 13001719


:-' WELL DRILL
PUMPS
Smith Brothers
Marshall Farms Rd.
-et OCOEE
656-5883 or
656-4394
Licensed Bonded
Water or no Pay
Servicing all of Central Florida
aa
585
MISCELLANEOUS

VIRTUAL PERSONAL As-
sistant/Language Tutor/
Translator/Editor. A ma-
ture, international, very
experienced administra-
tor, linguist and educator
is offering services for
reasonable rates to busi-
L nesses and
INDIVIDUALS WHO need
assistance in the south
lake county and west or-
ange
COUNTY AREA. Please
call 352 217-9597 or
email negrila@yahoo.
;com. 10/4G
ATTEND COLLEGE ON-
LINE from home. Medical,
2 business, paralegal, con-
puiers. criminal justice.
SJob placement assistance.
Financial, aid and com-
puter provided if qualified.
Call (866)858-2121, www.
OnlineTidewaterTech.
com. fcan4




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600 HOMES FOR
RENT


. 4 BEDROOM 2 bath Close
A, to Winter Garden Mall.
' Available October 1st.


9S


$1,800/mo. plus security
deposit. Call 407-947-
9998. tfnew __
WINTER GARDEN, large
3 br/2ba upstairs apt.,
completely refurbished.
New kitchen. Includes
fridge, stove, microwave,
dishwasher, new washer
and dryer. Central air/heat,
large closets. 1200/mo.;
first, last and sec. dep. No
pets. Perfect for retired
couple. Near downtown.
By appt. only call 407-
748-2904.tfnsd
3BD/2BA JOHNS Lake
Area $1150mo w/2car ga-
rage water included range
refrigerator and dish-
washer, screened porch.
call Bill Straugh 407-716-
3010 Windsor Realty
Group, Inc.wrgTFN
RENT OCOEE 4/2 HOME
w/A+ Schools. Near park
& lake. Quick to anywhere
$1,300/mo. & deposit. Call
407-448-2907.10/4mt
4/2, $1250 p/month, first
last and security, nice
quiet neighborhood, ready
for move in, 407-234-
6014.10/4dl
4/3 HOME in Summerport
$1750/mb. The Cygul.
Group 321-246-3632.
10/4sl
4/3 3 car garage, large,
single story $1595/mo
407-810-8295.10/4ph
3/2, OCOEE, parking
space available for com-
mercial vehicles or trail-
ers, pets okay, $1200,
321-948-0808.10/18
DR.PHILLIPS HOME;
Orange Tree. Near comm
pool; gated sub-div. 3
bedrms;3 baths,3 car
garage. $1,800. unfurn;
$1,900 furn. Call 386-409-
3824; MUST SEE!
WINTER GARDEN, 3/2,
carport; laundry room,
stove, refrigerator, dish-
washer, fenced yard, $950
month, $1025 security,
no pets, 407-399-1440.
10/11wl
WINTER" GARDEN His-
toric home (3/1/2) totally
restored with all amenities
1 block from downtown
shopping. Hardwood
Floors, Chef Kitchen with
3 ovens, all new premium
appliances; and so much
more. Owner looking
for long term lease with
possible renewal. Great
location 130 N. Lakeview
Ave. Ideal for retired cou-
ple.'As seen in the 2007
W.O. Chamber Business
Magazine; under beautiful
properties.407-405-1536.
10/4cy




Winter Garden
1, 2 & 3 Bedroom. The ultimate
in amenities. Units 2/Garage
Available from $850.
Clermont
4/3 w/2500 plus sq. ft. Conve-
nient location. Great views. 2 to
choose from. Asking $1,400.
Orlando
Metrowest 212 Condo. Conve-
nient central location. Asking
$1,100. More homes & Condes
Available.
407-905-3630,
ERA Advanced RealtyAssociates
advancedrealty-era.com
Erail: advancedreal@yahoo.com
Vine Village Plaza,
CR 535 & 50, Winter Garden


610 CONDO AND
TOWNHOUSE
2/2 CONDO For rent
$1200/mo. The Cygul
Group 321-246-3632.
10/4sl
CONDO WINTER GAR-
DEN 2BD/2BA Range,'
Refrigerator, Dishwasher,
COMM POOL $800 mo
Contact: BILL STRAUGH
WINDSOR REALTY GP
407-716-3010. TFNwr
2 BR/2BA Split plan, sec-
ond floor, Refurbished,
New Appliances, Great
View, Community Pool.
$800/mo. 407-876-1947.
10/4cm
SOUTHERN PINES, gated
community, 2/2, garage,
luxury amenities, 535
close to shopping, avail-
able Dec.1 407-592-2719.
10/4er


620 APARTMENT
& DUPLEXES
1/1 APT. NEWLY refur-
bished. W.G. No pets.
$550 p/mo. Move in spe-
cjal, $200 off security.
Near historic downtown.
407-376-8763. TFNmec
DUPLEX 2/1 Rent $800,
Deposit $1000. 1 Month
Free Rent. Winter Garden.
407-656-9762. TFNwgg
LAKE APOPKA AREA,
land 2 bedroom mobile
homes and cottages.
Starting at $150 per week.
Laundromat on site. 407-
697-2111,407-889-4094.
tfnfp
WINTER GARDEN -
Downtown. Vacant Studio
Apt. Furnished, Clean.
Separate Entrance. 1 Adult
Person, No Smoking, No
Pets, $600.00 Plus, De-
posit 407-656-4029 or
McFrenzie@gmail.com.
10/4mm ',
$199/MO! 4BR/2BA HUD
Home! (5% down 20 years
@ 8% apr) More Homes
Available from $199/Mo!
For listings call (800)366-
9783 Ext 5669.fcan4 .







1901 Adair St.
Ocoee, FL 34761
407-877-2670
Senior Citizens
Complex
1 & 2 bedroom apts.
Some handicapped
units periodically
available.
Mon-Fri 9:30-12:00




625 ROOMS/
EFFICIENCY
LARGE EFFICIENCY
Apartment. Great location,
good for one person. New
appliances, with furniture,
Washer/Dryer, Parking.
space. Seeks non-smok-
ing, day worker, mature
person and no pets, fe-
male preferred. Requires
1 month *security.Refer-
enrices $650/mo., negotia-


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407-748-8010.10/41d
2 ROOMS for rent, one
furnished, and one unfur-
nished, utilities included,
$115 per week. 407-877-
8992.___
ROOM FOR RENT, Clarco-
na-Ocoee area, quiet sub-
division, close to stores
and busses, $100 per
week includes utilities
and cable, 407-290-2379.
10/4ch
1 BDRM. STUDIO APT
on 2 private lakes in Cler-
mont, minutes from Dis-
ney. Non smoker, no pets.
352-394-6091 or 352-
348-1317.10/11cv


640 WAREHOUSE

WAREHOUSE/OFFICE
APPROX. 700 sq.ft. Pri-
vate bath,, $50 P.M. L.A
Grimes Agency, Realtors.
Call Larry Grimes Owner/
Realtors 407-656-2223.
TFN


650
COMMERCIAL
FOR RENT
SPACE: 1600 Sq-Ft, 2 Ba
$1590 Rent/Plus Security
509 S.Dillard St W/G Call
407-292-3877. tfnsp
DOWNTOWN OCOEE of-
fice space at 116 W. McK-
ey. 2000 sq ft, 8'x8' roll-
up bay door, easy access
to 429, 408 and Turnpike.
Available now. Call Gosse-
lin Realty 407-654-6688.
10/4SR
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
SPACE for rent. North
Dillard St. 407-656-2812.
tfnmab
OAKLAND OFFICE
Space for Rent Charm-
ing. Downtown location,
18'x18' $650/mo util incl,
1st'Fir. Avail now. Call
407-656-8090. tfnjdp'


690 MOBILE
HOMES
1 BR Furnished Mobile
Home- Adults Only. No
pets. $110 p/wk. plus
deposit. 407-656-2595.
10/18jw
NEWLY REMODELED
older mobile home. Nice
park. $41,000. Call 352-
429-4582.10/18bp
DOUBLE-WIDE 1194
Meadow Finch Dr., Winter
Garden. Westwood Vil-
lage. $42,000. 321-662-
4039.10/18cm







700 HOMES/
OPEN HOUSE

NATIONAL HOME BUILD-
ER Homes starting at $58
sq ft Call today to schedule
a FREE Construction cen-
ter tour and to view over
20 Completely furnished
model homes. (800)622-
2832.fcan4
3BR/2BA FORECLOSURE
$15,900!. Only $199/Mo!
5% down 20 years @ 8%
apr. Buy, 5/BR $298/Mo!


For listings (800)366-
9783 Ext 5760. fcan4
3BR/2BA FORECLOSURE!
$22,500! Only $199/Mo!
5% down 20 years @ 8%
apr. Buy, 5/BR $302/Mo!
For listings (800)366-
9783 Ext 5798. fcan4
MUST SELL, Must
see in Legends Golf
Comm.,Clermont, brand
new home, 5/3, 2-story
walk out, 3800 sq.ft. fin-
ished, 1000 unfinished.
warranties available, was
$550,000 now $389,000.
Call 407-394-4295
10/11 kc
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN
CLERMONT, zoned retail
with special exception
for resteraunt 1925sq. ft.
building. Possible lease
purchase located in cer-
tral business district. Just
reduced to $349,000. Call
Windsor Realty 407-877-
3463. TFN
LAKEFRONT* 3 Bedroom
2 Bath, Fireplace, Nice
Open Floor Plan, vaulted
ceilings, screened front.
porch and huge rear,
screened lani. $1,500 per
month. Call LisaBennett/
Windsor Realty Group,
Inc. 321-948-9296.
10/4wr


710 CONDO &
TOWNHOUSES
2/2 TOWNHOUSE Must
Sell. Drastically Reduced.
Make Offer! 407-948-
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Thursday, October 4, 2007 The West Orange Times 3D


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE NINTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF VALERIE
F. BANDY
Deceased.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.
48-2007-CP-001031-0
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
TESTATEE)
The administration of the
estate of Valerie F. Bandy,
deceased, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of which is
the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Orange County Courthouse,
425 N. Orange Avenue, Or-
lando, Florida 32801. The
estate is estate and the date
of the decedentls Last Will
and Testament is February
28, 2007. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representatives attor-
ney are set forth below.
Any interested person on
whom a copy of the notice of
administration is served
must object to the validity of
the will (or any codicil),
qualifications of the per-
sonal representative, venue,
or the jurisdiction of the
court, by .filing a petition or
other pleading requesting
relief in accordance with the
Florida Probate Rules, WITH-
IN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THE NOTICE ON
THE OBJECTING PERSON,
OR THOSE OBJECTIONS
ARE FOREVER BARRED.
Any person entitled to ex-
empt property is required to
file a petition for determina-
tion-of exempt property
,WITHIN THE TIME PRO-
VIDED BY LAW OR THE
RIGHT TO EXEMPT.PROP-
ERTYIS DEEMED WAIVED.
Any person entitled to an
elective share is required to
file an election to take elec-
tive share WITHIN THETIME
PROVIDED BY LAW.
Personal Representative
THOMAS MORROW
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative
FRANK G. FINKBEINER


Florida Bar No. 146738
108 East Hillcrest Street
P.O. Box 1789
Orlando, FL 32802-1789
(407) 423-0012
/27,10/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA

PROBATE DIVISION
Division: 1
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ABE RANISH
File No.:
48-2007-CP-001602-0
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of ABE RANISH, de-
ceased, whose date of death
was November 4, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court
or Orange County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is 425 N. Orange
Avenue, Room 340, Orlando,
Florida 32801. The names
and addresses of the per-
sonal representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is re-
uired to be served mustfile
their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons
having.claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIMEPERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER 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 first publication
of this notice is September
27,2007.
Personal Representative:
DENISE M. RANISH
22 Lavagetto Court
Alameda, CA 94501


Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
TERESA L. RAJALA
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative
Florida Bar No. 0154180
DEAN, MEAD, EGERTON,
BLOODWORTH, CAPOUANO
& BOZARTH, P.A.
P. 0. Box 2346
Orlando, FL 32802-2346
Telephone: (407) 841-1200
Fax: (407)423-1831
9/27,10/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
File No.
48-2007-CP-000687-0
Division 1
MARY LOU WHEELER,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(SUMMARY
ADMINISTRATION)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified that
an Order of Summary Ad-
ministration has been en-
tered in the estate of MARY
LOU WHEELER deceased,
File Number 48-2006-CP-
000687-0; by the Circuit
Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate 'Dvision, the
address of which is 425
North Orange Ave., Room
340, Orlando, Florida 32801;
that the decedentfs date of
death was February 16,
2006; that the total value of
the estate is approximately
$640.00 and that the names
and addresses of thQse to
whom it has been ass gned
by such order are:
Beneficiaries:
DENNIS D. BRAZIEL 205
West 89th Street
New York, NY 10024
GLENS. BRAZIEL 11940 NW
24th Street
Plantation, FL 33323
PAULA HOBLIT, SWANK
12717 Ohio Woods Lane
Orlando, FL 32824
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of
the decedent and persons
having claims or demands
against the estate of the de-
cedent other than those for
whom provision for full pay-
ment was made in the Order
of Summary Administration
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN


SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTiS
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this Notice is September
27,2007.
Person Giviig Notice:
DENNIS D. BRAZIEL
205 West 89th Street
New York, NY 10024
Attorney for Person Giving
Notice
Norma Stanley
Attorney for Petitioner
Florida Bar No. 0778450
Lowndes Drosdick Doster
Kantor & Reed, P.A.
215 North Eola Drive
Post Office Box 2809
Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: (407) 843-4600
9/27,10/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number:
48-2007-CP-001989-0
In Re The Estate Of:
CARLOS TOMAS CRUZ,
Deceased.,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of
the Estate of CARLOS
TOMAS CRUZ, deceased,
whose date of death was
April 10, 2007 is pending in
the Circuit Court for Orange
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
sion; File Number: 48-2007-
CP-001989-O, the address of
which is 425 N. Orange Av-
enue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
32801. The names and ad-
dresses of the Personal
Representative and the Per-
sonal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent,
and other persons having
claims or demands against
the decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice
has been served must file
their claims with this Court
at the address set forth
above WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (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 de-
cedent and other persons
who have claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE:
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. NOT-
WITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILEDTWO(2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this notice is October
4,2007.
Personal Representative:
DORA LIZETTE CRUZ
1428 Carey Glen Circle
Orlando,.FIorida 32824
Attorney for Personal Repre-4
sentative:
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
10/4,10/11


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number:
48-2007-CP-002236-0
In Re The Estate Of:
ETHEL SIMMONS,
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of
the Estate of ETHEL SIM-
MONS, deceased, whose
date of death was August 7,
2007 is pending in the Circuit
Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division; File
Number: 48-2007-CP-
002236-0, the address of
which is 425 N. Orange Av-
enue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
32801. The names and ad-
dresses of the Personal
Representative and the Per-
sonal Representative's at-


torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent,
and other persons having
claims or demands against
the decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice
has been served must file
their claims with this Court
at the address set forth
above WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (3) MONTHS-
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF-
THIS NOTICE ON SUCH
CREDITOR.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons
who have claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THREE'
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. NOT-
WITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS' SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILEDTWO(2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
"BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this notice is October
4, 2007.
Personal Representative:
HENRY SIMMONS
8622 Ridgeman Court
Orlando, Florida 32818
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
DAVID W. VELIZ
Florida Bar Number:
846368
David W. Veliz,P RA.
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 104
Orlando, Florida 32804
Phone number: (407) 849-
7072
10/4,10/11


NOTICE OF SALE
Slys Towing & Recovery
gives Notice of foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell ve-
hicles pursuant to subsec-
tion 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes that on
10/16/07,10:00 am at 119
5th St Winter Garden, Fl
34787-3613. Slys Towing &
Recovery reserves, right to
accept or reject any and/or
all bids.
1990 DODGE DYNASTY 4DR
1B3XC4639LD733886


1995 SATURN 4DR
1G8ZF5289SZ237990
10/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number:
48-2007-CP-002261-0
In Re The Estate Of:
SHERWOOD RUTH,
Deceased.
__J

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of
the Estate of SHERWOOD
RUTH, deceased, File Num-
ber 48-2007-CP-002261-0,
has commenced in the Pro-
bate Division of the Circuit
Court, Orange County, Flori-
da, the address of which is
425 N. Orange Avenue, Suite
340, Orlando, FL 32801. The
names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and
the Personal Representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent,
and other persons having
claims or demands against
the decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice
has been served must file
their claims with this Court
at the address set forth
above WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE AS SET FORTH BELOW
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
SUCH CREDITOR.
All other creditors or persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice
has not been served must file
their claims with this Court
at the address set forth
above WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
FORTH BELOW.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this notice is October
4,2007.'

Personal Representative:
KATHRYN J. TAMM
1157 Byery Way
Orlando, FL 32818
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:


ERIC S. MASHBURN
Law Office of Eric S. Mash-
burn, P.A.
Post Office Box 771268
Winter Garden, FL 34777-
1268
Phone number:
(407) 656-1576
ax number:
(407) 877-9166
Florida Bar Number,.
263036
10/4,10/11


NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc.
Will sell at Public Sale at
Auction the following vehi-
cles to satisfy lien pursuant
to Chapter 713.78 of the
Florida Statues on October
18, 2007 at 10 A.M. AUC-
TION WILL OCCUR WHERE
EACH VEHICLE IS LOCAT-
ED *
2001 MITSUBISHI,
VIN#JA4MT21 H1i1 P004361
2002 KIA, VIN# KND-
UP131126205236
2001 CHRYSLER, VIN#
1C3AL46U51N594056
2003 SUZUKI, VIN#'JS1-
GN7BA732109007
2002 BUELL, VIN# 4MZK-
P13CX23500437
1995 SUZUKI, VIN#
2S2AB21HXS6606310
1996 BUICK, VIN# 1G4N-
J12T6TC440626
Located at: 151 Taft Vineland
Rd, Orlando, FI 32824 Or-
ange DEALERS ONLY Any
persons) claiming any
interests) in the above ve-
hicles contact:
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc.
(954) 920-6020. ALL AUC-
TION ARE HELD WITH RE-
SERVE. Some of the vehicles
may have been released
Nrior to auction
IC # AB-0001256
10/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
SFLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number:
48-2007-CP-002287-0
In Re The Estate Of:'
RYAN RODRIGUEZ,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The formal administration of
the Estate of RYAN RODRI-
GUEZ-deceased, whose date
of death was February 10,
2007 is pending in the Circuit
Court for Orange County,
Florida, Probate Division; File


Number: 48-2007-CP-
002287-0, the address of
which is 425 N. Orange Av-
enue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
32801. The names and ad-
dresses of the Personal
Representative and the Per--
sonal Representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent,
and other persons having
claims or demands against
the decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice
has been served must file
their claims with this Court
at the address set forth
above WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE (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 de-
cedent and other persons
who have claims or demands
against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contin-
gent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE
ATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMSAND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. NOT-
WITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILEDTWO(2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this notice is October
4,2007.
Personal Representative:
ODETTE ACANDA
9382 Dominican Drive
Cutler Bay, Florida 33189
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
DAVID W. VELIZ
Florida Bar Number:
846368
David.W. Veliz, RP.A.
425 West Colonial Drive
Suite 104
Orlando, Florida 32804
Phone number: (407) 849-
7072
10/4,10/11


Legals Continued on pg. D06


ST. ANDREWS CATHOUC CHURCH

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


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
Meetinging 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 g ,
BAPTIST

BANANA BAY BAPTIST
1333 E. Crown Point Rd.
407-656-8558
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
671 Beulah Road, Winter Garden
(407) 656-3342
astor G. Steve Rice.
www.beulahfl.com
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
631 S. Dillard St.,
Winter Garden, FL.
Pastor T.J. Klapperich
(407) 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)
325 I -lola I.I Rf. 34781

352-243-6461 407-654-5006
Wed. 7:30 pm Fri. Youth 7:30 pm


E Sendero De Luz
(Behind Soblk's)
Silver SgrlR.
West Colonial Dr. <
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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. 7:30prh, 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




W. Hwy 50
at Dillard



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


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

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
ASCENSION
4950 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd. Orlando,
FL 32819. 1 block south of .
Conroy-Windermere Rd. on right.
407-876-3480
Sunday Services 8:30am,10:30amr.
and 6:30pm. Sunday School for all
ages 9:30am and Children's Chapel at
10:30am. Childcare provided.
www.ascension-orlando.ora
INTERDENOMINATIONAL

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

CONGREGATION SINAI, CLERMONT
635 West SR. 50, Ste. B
For services info. call
352-243-5353 or
www.congregationsinai-clermont.org
LUTHERAN
PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd, Winter Garden
Serv. 8:30am & 10:45am
407-877-3937
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOfFaith.ORG

ZION NEW LIFE LUTHERAN
Paul Faust, Pastor
Worship Service 8 am & 10:30 am
Sunday School Bible Study 9:15
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.oro -



Southwest Church
Meeting @ Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere
Hwy 50
FL Turnpike
Marshall /
Farms Rd.

EN 429

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


As I See It...

A Comment & Study of the Scriptures Remembering George Gano


Be prayerful and don't allow the en-
emy to bring fear. Fear produces many
wrong results that are not at first recog-
nized because of the emotion and the
human perspective that we do indeed
have something to fear.

1 Timothy 1:7 "God has not given us
a spirit of fear, but of power, love and
sound mind."

When fear (a demonic lying spirit)-
takes over, it is not God's Spirit in con-
trol, and:

1. We lose power/authority and begin
to be tentative in speaking the truth we
know;'


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.nextcommunitvchurch.com

NAZARENE

FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY CHURCH
OF THE NAZARENE
305 Beulah Rd, Winter Garden
FL 34787
Rev. Rick Page. 877-7735


2. We lose love/and become suspect
of all and make wrong judgments about
individuals motives and thus we become
guilty of the very thing we are fearful
of...lack of love toward another; and

3. We lose sound judgment and begin
to make wrong decisions in almost ev-
ery area not just in the area of the
"fear".

Take captive every thought to Christ
and every feeling too. Clothe yourself
in Christ from the inside out and walk
on in the Light/Truth that you have.

From the believers at First Baptist
Winter Garden

ADV.


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.org
PENTECOSTAL

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


AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
- 533 W. Plant St The Crossings
Winter Garden A Community Church
656-3307 10:30 am Worship Service* 407-656-6044
COMPLETE '. Ocee
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UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

WINDERMERE.UNION CHURCH
10710 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


Sines, Girvin,
Blakeslee & Campbell
Certified Publc Accountants, R A.
PO Box 771047
800 S. Dillard St Winter Gardlen 34777-1047
4(T07-65 611


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Broker Associate /
Cell 407-716-3010o
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160 S. Main Street
Winter Garden, FL 3477
407-877-FIND (3463.1


Keystone Builders, Inc.
We can pro\ ide ne\w homes and room
additions for everyone's taste.
David Buckles
General Contractor CGC060737
310 DillardS St Ste 200 \\inter Garden. FL 34787
Ph. 407-877-9779
Fax 407-877-9760
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; Pick & Bump Key Proof Locks
* Install, Repair, Replace all Locks
* Door Installations & Repairs
High Security .ks,
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Small Business
Insurance
Affordable Protection for
Business Owners & Contractors
General Liability
Commercial Vehicle
Property & Equipment
Business Life Insurance
King Insurance & Financial Services, Inc.
8516 01d Winter Garden Rd Suie 205 Orldand: FL 32835
P(407) 445-19919 F(407) 445-1992
Craig L. Coleman, Agent
colemanc@earthlink.net


Winter Garden Flooring Inc.


407-468-3259
Custom Installation, remodel, residential and commercial
Ucensed and Insured uno-


WEST ORANGE

ROOFING
BOB SWINDLE

Z^ Lic. #RC0033054
Bonded & Insured

Residential or Commercial
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Shingle Build-Up One Ply
5 Year Workmanship Warranty on New Roofs
1 Year Warranty on Repairs


CRAWFORD TIRE
SERVICE, INC.
110 Taylor St. Ocoee (407) 656-4575
MORE THAN JUST
TIRE VALUES
* Bridgetone Michelin Cordovan Lee Tires
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* Total turnkey operation Irom permits to completion'
* Less expensive tlarn traditional construction
* Hurricane resistant
Call 407-469-2124 today for a free estimate!


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* Leaks & Repairs New.
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Painting & Home Repairs
'WThane:Ma sItal"al
30 Year Experience
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Gotha, FL 34734
Please call (321) 947-7690


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Fax: 407-877-3486 a.
Winter Garden Grassing. Inc.
M/WBE ENTERPRISE since 1980
Commercial Seeding and Sodding
Residential Pick Up and Delivery
Hay Seed Bahia St. Augustine
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Air Conditioning
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249 Capital Court
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JAY'S QUALITY TREE SERVICE
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Winter Garden. FL
34777
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Office 407.292.5795 Cell 407.406.317


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Electrical Services
Lightning Protection with Warranty & Generators






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Advertising
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62 Sagecrest Drive, Ucoee 34/bi1
(Windsor Landing) Windermere area -
BD/3BA plus bonus gated tile roof.
$519,650. Jen WaLker
Cell 321-438.7454.


316 Serling Lale Drive Ocoee 34-61
(Silver Glen) 4BD Solar-htd pool
on corner lot downstairs master.
$350,000. Scott Taylor
Cell 407.925.2526.


255 Robyns Glenn Road O0oee0 34761
(Whitehill) Pool home w. NO rear
neighbors $274,999.
Christopher Baker Team
Cell 407.864.2454.
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810 W. Harbour Court, Ocoee 34761
(Harbour Highlands) Pool home -
Newer roof & A/C $269,999.
Christopher Baker Team
Cell 407.864.2454.


1a83 Baille u iaSS Lane, urlanoo
32835 (Hawksnest @ MetroWest)
4BD/3.1BA pool tile roof HOA
does lawn. $469,900. Joe Martinelli
Cell 407.721.9674.


2524 Roat Drive. Orlando 32835
(Paima Visia 4 MetroWestl Huge
lericeda-in pool soaring ceiling lile
rool giaed corn low 700 s Wooav
Porter Cell 407 361 8801


7849 Saint Andrews Circle, Orlando
32835 (St. Andrews @
MetroWest) Choose your own
granite top $410,000.
Woody Porter Cell 407.361.8801.


300 Snowshoe Court, Orlando 32835 1268 Portmoor Way, Winter Garden
(Winter Hill) ALL bedrooms oversized 34787 (Stoneybrook West) 4BD brick-
cul-de-sac location $319,999. front gated/golf corn $329,900.
Debbie Baer- Cell 407.448.5712. TEAMCONNECT. Paul Caponi
Cell 321.297.6113.


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14930 Masthead Landing Circle, Win- 1062 Ponmoor Way Winier Garden
ter Garden 34787 (Stoneybrook West) 34787 (Slornevbrook Wesil 4BD Guard'
5BD Guard/gated/golf corn $414,900. gated.'golt corn $310 000.
TEAMCONNECT Paul Caponi TEAMCONNECT Paul Caponi
Cell 321.297.6113. Cell 321 297 6113
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13936 Fo. Glove Street. Winter Garden
34787 IStoneybrook West, 5BD over-
looks 14th green no rear neighbors
$500 000 TEAMCONNECT
Paul Capon Cell 321 297 6113.


15049 Spinnaker Cove Lane. Winter 807 Dashwood Court, Winter Garden
Garden 34787 (Stoneybrook Wesil 34787 (Fo>cresi @ Sionecresti
Golnroni w!NO rear neigribors 5BD,'4BA pool ihealher w,'110
$399 900 TEAMCONNEiCT David screen more. $595 000 Jake
Schon Cell 407 770 8748 Johnson Cell 407 353 0106
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16209 Misry Bay Court Clermont-
34711 (Johns Lake Esiates) Huge
iil vaulted ceilings natural Ighiring
$295.1.100. Christopher Baker Team
Cell 407.864 7454


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION
.ile No. Division
g.N RE: ESTATE OF
IDEBORAH ARMSTRONG
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Trhe administration of the es-
jate of Deborah Armstrong,
d eceased, whose date of death
iwas June 26,2007, is pending
n the Circuit Court for Orange
SCounty, Florida, Probate Divi-
ion, the address of which is
S'425 North Orange Avenue,
Room 340, Orlando, Florida
32801. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal repre-
pentative and the personal
epresentative's'attorney are
jet forth below.
le creditors of the decedent
nd other persons having
ims or demands against
cedent's estate on whom a
py of this notice is required
be served must file their
ims with this court WITHIN
TE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
TER THE TIME OF THE
ST PUBLICATION OF THIS
E DATE OF SERVICE OF A
PY OF THIS NOTICE ON
g EM.
other creditors of the de-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
ust fil their claims with this


court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER 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 first publication of
this notice Is October 4,
2007.
Personal Representative:
Darren Andrew Gray
500 South Eola Drive
Orlando, Florida 32801
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
Gregory W. Meier
Attorney for Darren Andrew
Gray
Florida Bar No. 65511
Shuffield, Lowman & Wilson,
PA.
1000 Legion Place, Suite
1700
Post Office Box 1010
Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: (407) 581-9800
Fax: (407)581-9801
10/4,10/11


NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to Fl. St. 713.585,
Auto Lien & Recovery Experts,
Inc. w/Power of Attorney, will
sell the following vehicles to
the highest bidder to satisfy
lien. All auctions held with
reserve, as is where is; Cash
or Certified funds. Insect 1


week prior at lienor facility.
Interested parties call 954-
893-0052. Sale date 10-18-07
@10:00 am. Auction will oc,
cur where each vehicle is lo-
cated under License
AB0000538. Be advised that
owner or lienholder has a right
to a hearing prior to the sched-
uled date of sale by filing with
the Clerk of Courts. Owner/
Lienholder may recover ve-
hicle without instituting judi-
cial proceedings by posting
bond as per FL. Stat. 559.917;
25% buyer premium addi-
tional. Net proceeds in excess
of lien amount will be depos-
ited with the Clerk of Court.
#0ORGD735 lien amt
$3185.08
1997 FORDt PKI vin# 1FT-
DX172XVND23864'lienor:
MR. FIX IT MOBILE AUTO
REP, 130 BARLOW ST. #16 &
17, ORLANDO. Phone: 407-
298-7286.
#ORGD782 lien amt
$3225.001
1999 HONDA 3Dtvlni#2HGE-
J6328XH109137 lienor:.
CRAZY AUTOMATIC, 2200
FORSYTH RD STE E-36, OR-
LANDO. Phone: 407-733-
3907.
#ORGD783 lien amt
$2525.001 1975 JEEP 2Dt
vin# J5F83AH027835t lienor:
AMIGOS TIRES, 2794 NORTH
ORANGE BLOSSOM TR, KIS-
SIMMEE. Phone:407-935-
0022.
#ORGD785 lien amt
$7173.001 2006 SUSUKI MC
vin# JS1GT76A362105394t
lienor: ALBERT GRAPHICS,
2840 MICHIGAN AVE, KIS-
SIMMEE. Phone: 407-943-
8885.
#0ORGD786 lien amt
$7173.00t 2003 FORD TK+


vin# 1FDWE35L13HB33349t
lienor: TRUCK & BODY SER-
VICES, INC, 2507 EUNICE
AVENUE, ORLANDO. Phone:
407-292-8776.
#0ORGD788 lien amt
$3520.45t 1995 CHEVROLET
2 D t v i.n #
2G1FP22S2S2219696f1
lienor: CJL AUTO REPAIR,
INC, 101 WJACKSON ST, KIS-
SIMMEE. Phone:407-870-
7727.
#0ORGD789 lien amt
$3564.99t 1999 MAZDA 4Dt
vin# JM1TA2226X15160161t
lienor: UNIVERSITY MOTORS,
6144 EAST COLONIAL DRIVE,
ORLANDO. Phone: 407-273-
6085.
#ORGD790 lien amt
$3200.00t 1994 BMW 2Dt1
vin# WBABF4320REK14740t
lienor: CRAZY AUTOMATIC,
2200 FORSYTH RD STE E-36,
-ORLANDO. Phone: 407-733-
3907.
#ORGD792 lien anmt
$6125.00t 1985 MERCURY
4D1 vin# 1MEBP79-
M7FF6130591 lienor: CEN-
TRAL BODY & PAINT WORK,
2032 W. WASHINGTON ST,
ORLANDO. Phone: 407-843-
1756.
#ORGD793 lien amt $4900.00
1994 BMW 4D vin# WBAH-
D6328RGK40535 lienor: CITY
WIDE AUTO SALES, INC.,
3930 OLD WINTER GARDEN
RD, ORLANDO. Phone: 407-
292-0390.
#ORGD802 lien amt $5035.10
1995 MITSUBISHI 2Dt vin#
JA3AM84J5SY030091f
lienor: CARMELO'S AUTO
REPAIR SHOP, 108 WEST
OAKRIDGE RD, ORLANDO.
Phone: 407-438-0038.
#ORGD803 lien amt
$3560.38tL1994 FORD 2Dt
vin# 1FAL I404XRF196628t


lienor: CARMELO'S AUTO
REPAIR SHOP, 108 WEST
OAKRIDGE RD, ORLANDO.
Phone: 407-438-0038.
#ORGD806 lien amt $2675.00
2000 FORD 4D vln# 1FAFP33-
PXYW131550 lienor: CITY
WIDE AUTO SALES, INC.,
3930 OLD WINTER GARDEN
RD, ORLANDO. Phone: 407-
292-0390.
#ORGD807 lien amt $2675.00
1992 HONDA 4D. vin#
1HGEG8544NL010615 lienor:
CITY WIDE AUTO SALES,
INC., 3930 OLD WINTER
GARDEN RD, ORLANDO.
Phone: 407-292-0390.
#ORGD808 lien amt $2875.00
1993 TOYOTA 4D vin#
4T1SK12EXPU171791 lienor:
CITY WIDE AUTO SALES,
INC., 3930 OLD.WINTER
GARDEN RD, ORLANDO.
Phone: 407-292-0390.
#ORGD809 lien amt $2875.00
2000 GMC, SW vin# 1GKC-
S13W9Y2277408 lienor: CITY
WIDE AUTO SALES, INC., 3930
OLD WINTER GARDEN RD, OR-
LANDO. Phone: 407-292-0390.
10/4


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
Auction for the following
vehicles) will be held on Oc-
tober 16, 2007 at 8:00 a.m. at
MD Towing LLC, 1510 N. For-
syth Road, Orlando, FL 32807
for the towing and storage
pursuant to F.S. #713.78.
erms are Cash.
1995 Isuzu Vin#
JAACL11L9S7212531
10/4


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
SALE
Auction for the following
vehicles) will be held on Oc-
tober 19,2007 at 8:00 a.m. at
MD Towing LLC, 1510 N. For-
syth Road, Orlando, FL 32807
for the towing and storage
pursuant to F.S. #713.78.
Terms are Cash.
1993 Nissan Vin#
JN1HJ01F4PT071359
10/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOSEPH A
MIGIACCI
Deceased.
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 48-2007-CP-001980
-0

NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the es-
tate of Joseph A Migliacci,
deceased, Case Number 48-
2007-CP-001980-0, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Orange County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of
which is 425 N. Orange Ave-
nue, Suite 340, Orlando, FL
32801. The name and address
of the personal representative
and the attorney for the per-
sonal representative are set
forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
WHEREAS, Josph A. Migli-
acci. a residenT of Oranae


County, Florida died on Febru-
ary 27, 2007 owning assets in
the State of Florida; and
All persons upon whom this
notice is served have objec-
tions that challenge the valid-
ity of the will, the qualification
of the personal respresenta-
tives, venue or jurisdiction of
this Court are required to file
their objections with this Court
WITHIN THEATER OFTHREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served
within three months ofthe date
of the first publication of this
notice must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OFTHREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is October
4,2007.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
Eric C. Reinhardt, Esq.


Florida Bar No. 394629
13340 W. Colonial Drive,
Suite 220
Winter Garden, FL 34787
(407) ,654-4336
Personal Representative:
DennisJ Migiacci
1390 Caudle Street
Orlando, FL 32828
10/4,10/11


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR ORANGE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.
48-2007-CP-002330-0
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANK DEAHL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the es-
tate of Frank Deahl, deceased,
whose date of death was July
9, 2007, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for ORANGE Coun-
ty, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 425
North Orange Avenue, Room
340, Orlando, Florida 32801.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS


AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER 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 first publication of
this notice is October 4,
2007.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
/s/ Heidi W. Isenhart
Heidi W. Isenhart
Attorney for James Dozier
Florida Bar No. 0123714
Shuffield, Lowman & Wilson,
P.A.
1000 Legion Place, Suite
1700
Post Office Box 1010
Orlando, Florida 32802
Telephone: (407) 581-9800
Fax: (407)581-9801
Personal Representative:
James Dozier
3900 Pelican Lane
Orlando, Florida 32803
10/4,10/11


AUCTION

SUNDAY-OCTOBER 14th
OPEN HOUSE 2-4 PM

4 BEDROOM 2 1/2 BATH HOME

OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE

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J .rohn's Landing
Built 2004
3160 Sq Ft Ling Area
Gated Community
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CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? UNCROWDED LIVING!!!
OCEANFRONT? UNDER $300,0000oI! '5BDRM./4 BDRM./OFFICE/PLAYRM.,2BA.,LIVINGRM.,FAMILYRM.WITH
OCEAN FRONT CONDO ON SATELLITE BEACH, WATCH THE SHUTTLE FIREPLACE, REMODELED KITCHEN WITH ALL APPLIANCES, INSIDE LAUN-
FROM YOUR OWN BALCONY!!! IMMACULATE CONDITION, 5TH FLOOR, DRY ROOM, SCREENED FRONT PORCH (23x09) WITH VINYL WINDOWS,
OPEN FLOOR PLAN WITH 2 BDRMS., 2 BA., LIVING ROOM, DINING AREA, ATTACHED ONE CAR GARAGE PLUS DETACHED 2 CAR GARAGE, STORAGE
EAT IN KITCHEN, NEW CERAMIC TILE, NEW CARPET, NEW HURRICANE SHED. THIS HOME IS SITUATED ON 2 LOTS, NO HOAI THIS WAS ORIGI-'
SHUTTERS, ALL FURNITURE STAYS, INCLUDING WASHER & DRYER. NALLY A MANUFACTURED HOME BUT OWNERS HAVE ADDED ON AND IS
HEATED POOL, RECREATION BLDG., TENNIS COURTS, PRIVATE ENTRANCE BEAUTIFUL! LARGE OAK TREES, OWNERS HAVE PRIDE IN OWNERSHIP
TO THE BEACH. THIS IS A BEAUTY OF A BUY AND A MUST SEEI YOUR AND IT SHOWSIU GREAT BUYI!II. MOTIVATED SELLER AND IS CONSIDER-
GETAW.VA O, AM COME TO EEA rC' rlM iMJl[. -L. I ') __, irlJ ALL nFER;:FF iri':, IAlrJL I it.9 '":'


UtiILiNEU WIIH UISIINUIIUN!!!
*4 BDRM., 2 BA, SPARKLING POOL HOME, SCREENED LANAI,
FORMAL LIVING, FORMAL DINING, FMLYRM., BREAKFAST
NOOK, STAINLESS STEEL APPL. IN KITCHEN, SPLIT BEDROOM
PLAN, INSIDE LAUNDRY. LUSH LANDSCAPED PRIVACY
FENCED'BACK YARD... IT'S A DREAM. DECORATOR COLORS
INSIDE AND IMMACULATE CONDITION... WALK TO THE WEST
ORANGE TRAIL, PARK... CLOSE TO 429,408 & TURNPIKE.
NOTHING TO DO HERE BUT MOVE IN...ASKING ONLY $277,000.
THIS IS A MUST SEE.


CLERMONT BEAUTY
W/CHAIN OF LAKE ACCESS!!!
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 .I


PACKED WITH POTENTIAL!
CORNER LOT, LOCATEDON 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.
JUST PROFESSIONALLY PAINTED INSIDE AND WOW.. ASKING
ONLY $244,000. SELLER WILL LOOK AT ALL OFFERS!!I


BETHE PROUD OWNER!!!
FANTASTIC 4 BDRM., 2 BA. WITH FORMAL LIVING, DINING,
FAMILY ROOM, BREAKFAST NOOK, INSIDE LAUNDRY, 2 CAR
GARAGE, OPEN PATIO, PRIVACY FENCED YARD. WHAT A
DREAM... IMMACULATE CONDITION, NOTHING TO DO HERE
BUT MOVE IN... 'WALK TO ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE
SCHOOLS IN OCOEE, GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD AND LOCA-
TION... THIS IS A MUST SEE AND PRICED TO SELL... ASKING
ONLY 274.000. '


INSTANTLY APPEALING!!!
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
COOKING GAS BURNERS, STAINLESS STEEL HOOD, CUSTOM REFRIG-
ERATOR 5 FT.X 5 FT. CUSTOM CEILING, YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR
EYES!!I SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, INSIDE LAUNDRY, SCREENED PATIO,
.2 CAR SIDE ENTRY GARAGE & NO HOA... ASKING ONLY $279,900.


EXPECTTO BE ENVIED!
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, BRICK WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, SCREENED LANAI, SPAR-
KLING POOL & SPA, PRIVACY FENCED BACK YARD AND NO REAR
NEIGHBORS... PRICED TO SELL! I ASKING ONLY $249,900.


' WALK TO EVERYTHING!!!
THE STYLE THAT REFLECTS SUCCESS! HISTORIC WINTER GARDEN, WALK TO DOWNTOWN, CORNER LOT
GORGEOUS 3 BDRM. 2 BA. FORMAL LIVING & DINING, FAMI- ANDA BEAUTYOFA BUYI!! TAKE LOOKATTHIS3 BDRM.2 BA. WITH
LYRM. WITH BRICKWOOD BURNING FIREPLACE, SPLIT BDRM. REAL HARDWOOD FLOORS, LIVING RM., DINING RM.,BREAKFAST
PLAN, INSIDE LAUNDRY RM., BONUS ROOM, HUGE PATIO NOOK, FAMILY RM.W/BRICK WOOD BURNING/GAS FIREPLACE, WET
WITH SPARKLING HTD. POOL/SPA, ROCK WATERFALL, PRI- BAR AND NEW BONUS ROOM. FENCED AREA FOR AN RN OR BOAT,
VACY VINYL FENCED YARD. ALL APPLIANCES AND WINDOW NO HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION!!! ALL APPLIANCES AND WINDOW
COVERINGS STAY...OVER 2200 SQ.FT. OF LIVING!!! ENTERTAIN- COVERINGS STAY! NEW KITCHEN CABINETS & COUNTER TOPS, OVER
MENT PARADISE, YOU WON'T BELIEVE YOUR EYESIII ASKING 2100 SQ. FT. OF LIVINGII! NEW 19 SEER A/C..MUST SEElll ASKING
tnLhYV $OA Qnn ONI .t94MAnnn n


CLOSE TO NEW
WINTER GARDEN MALL
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 ($11,000 under appraised value)
133 Doe Run Dr, Winter Garden, FL 34787


407-947-9998

2.5% to Real Estate Agent.
To view more details visit:
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Historic No Winter Garden Bungalow.
2300+/- sq. ft., 4br/2.5ba, large yard w/
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WINTER GARDEN
BUILT IN 2005
4br/2ba,-2,443 sf home sitting on 1/3 of
an acre. Close to West Orange Trail and
historic north Winter Garden. Move in
ready. Asking $319.000.


WINTER GARDEN
CREAM PUFF
3br/2ba extremely well kept home. Vol
ume ceiling, kitchen island and break
fast nook with metered glass. Screen
porch (37x14). Asking $289,500.


WINTER GARDEN OCOEETOWNHOUSE NEW ON THE MARKET
PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP $238,500 $199,900
Spacious floor plan in this 3br/2ba ilth 3bri2ba 2006 built one stor tow house Orlando pato home. Spacious living
over 1700sqft French doors and wood with 1405sq ft living area. 2car garage and dimng Eat-in kitchen withslidin
lnoorS plus fresh paint 2 car garage and comm pool. New on the market doors leading to beaudfull landscape
Asking $289.000. Inunaclale condic.n scr;ened pano Commiuint pool'


NORTH WINTER GARDEN $179,000 OCOEE POOL HOME $184,900 VACANT LAND
All offers considered. Sellers moti- 3br/lba ,with remodeled kitchen ule Almost 5 acre; in area of rapidly devel
:.ted 3br home with hardwood floors floors. Esen a filed Honda room, in- oping residential churches and ne'
Nice size lot and one car garage. Great ground diamond bnghtpool and work- school. On a busy road with nice roa
staner home or investment. shop with A/C. Fenced yard. fronage. Asking $624,000. Call now


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Lanai has hook-ups for a hot tub!
Two car garage
Concrete block construction built in 2000
Formal living room and dining room
Spacious family room beside kitchen
All appliances stay including washer/dryer
Maple cabinetry in kitchen
Crown molding throughout!

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GAME.
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2 regular size Coke drinks and 2 cookies.


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Kironan Oaks Shopping Center (Krkhman .t Conroyl (407) 295-4687
S839 Conroy-Windermere Road (407) 909-9205
5539 W. Colonial Dr. (4t Kirhman) (407) 298-7647
2455 Hiawassee Road IMetroWe st Shopping Center) (407) 297-7735
2848 N. Hiawaasee Road (At Slvet Star) (407) 578-5700
7536 Dr. PhIllips Blvd. (At Sand Lake) (407) 248-8003
4669 MUlenia Plaza Way (407) 351-2888
4900 Miflenia Boulevard Building 1B rNorchbridge @ Millenia) (407) 345-0442


Highland Lakes (Hiawassee at Colonial' (407) 578-8104
13530 Sumrnmerport Village Pfrkway jWmndermeret (407) 905-6741
1045 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden (407) 877-2662
10588 W. Colonial Dr., Ocoee (407) 877-7220
1569 E. Silver Star Rd., Ocoee (407) 2970560
West Oaks Mail, Ocoee (407)290-5997
2488 S. Maguire Rd., Ocoee (Planlatlon Grove) 407-654-4986
NEW LOCATION Stoneybrook West Parkway & Avalon Rd. (CR-545)


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JOWERS BATTERIES
Auto Commercial Golfcarts Marine
510 E. Hwy. 50 Winter Garden, FL 34787
Phone (407) 656-3495


Computer Diagnostics Custom Exhaust
Computerized & Mufflers
Alignment I* Shocks & Struts
Air Conditioning Repair Brake Service
Family Owned & Opreated Stace /986
BFGoodricif UNIROYAL
CA K TIRE 407-656-7004
AND AUTOMOTIVE
(Across from K-Mart) Se Habia Espafiol
13062 W. Colonial Dr. Winter Garden


Bray Ace Hardware 500 S. Dillard St.
Winter Garden 407-656-2593
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; Associate Dealer TRAYWICK'S
TIRE KINGDOM GARAGE
GARAGE. 'nne


Phone-
NEW TIRES Address
* SE HABLA ESPANOL Brakes
* Complete Auto Repair Tire Rotation City/Stat
W* heel Alignment Computer Diagnostics
_-a SERVICE SPECIAL
FREE Tire Rotation i
1ul.nium ,im'e wrm With oil change. Most cars & light trucks. Must present
_07-656-1817 coupon. Limil lt upon per customer per visit.
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CIRCLE YOUR SELECTIONS BELOW FOR EACH GAME
I
PROFESSIONAL

SEATTLE @ PITTSBURGH
TAMPA BAY @ INDIANAPOLIS
NY JETS @ NY GIANTS
JACKSONVILLE @ KANSAS CITY
CHICAGO @ GREEN BAY


COLLEGE

FLORIDA @LSU
OHIO STATE @ PURDUE
GEORGIA @ TENNESSEE
VIRGINIA TECH @ CLEMSON
OKLAHOMA,@ TEXAS
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MONDAY MIGHlT
TIEEBREAKER
Indicate in this box the
I TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS
to be scored in the tie-breaker game:

DALLAS @ BUFFALO
Participants in the Subway/West Orange Times Contest should select the team
they feel will win each game and clearly circle their choice. Fill out the entry
form circling your selections for the games along with your name, address, and
telephone number. Limit one entry per person.
All entries must be post marked by FRIDAY 10/5/07, or turned into
I The West Orange Times office by 10:00 am SATURDAY 10/6/07
(mail slot available at the front door).
$50 cash and I Party Platter from Subway-Ocoee/Winter Garden will be presented
to the person who selected the most game winners correctly. In the event of a tie be-
tween entries, score of the tie-breaker game will determine the winner.

Name
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MAIL ENTRYTO:
FOOTBALL CONTEST
720 S. Dillard Street
Winter Garden, FL 34787
or drop it off at our office


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