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The Winter Garden Parks and Recreation
Department is hosting its annual Halloweenfest
this Saturday, Oct. 31, from 6-9 p.m. on Plant
Street in downtown Winter Garden.
Children can trick-or-treat with the down-
town merchants and at various stations through-
out the street. -.
Other activities include amusement rides,
carnlival games, face painting, food and live
On the main stage there will be a costume
contest for children and adults. The youth con-
test kicks off at 7 p.m., and the adult contest
will be at 8. Cash prizes will be awarded to all
winners. The youth contest will be divided by
age group. .
Live entertainment will be on stage to get the
crowd. Red Skeleton and the Boo Band will
perform at the Centennial Plaza gazebo.
In theGarden Theatre, magician Dan Staple-
ton will perform two shows (2 and 8 p.m.). At
10:30 p.m., the theater will feature Dr. Zom-
bie's Theatre of the Unexplained for adults.
Tickets to these theater shows are $15 general
admission, $10 for seniors and students. For
information, call 407-877-GRDN or go to gar-
At the American Legion Post at 271 W. Plant
St., a hearse and casket will be ready to spook
For more details on Halloweenfest, call 407-
656-4155 or go to www.wintergarden-fl.gov.
very rarely seen in mag-
ic shows," he said.
Stapleton, who has
lived in the Dr. Philips
area for 20 years, gained
national attention last
year when he wasa
contestant on Amlerica's
Got Talent. His act was
cut early in the season,
but he said that no magi-
cian ever goes too far in
those competitions. He
2 has performed at Atlan-
tic City and appeared on
two special episodes of
the original Love Boar
and on the Jerry Izwis
He was the owner of
the Mystery Fun House
on Kirkman Road.
scheud d o pom Fri
ing his magic tricks day and Saturday and 2
p.m.BSata Saned Sun-
of Sarasota is the opening act. He performs jug-
gling tricks, comedy and prop visual magic.
Tickets are. $15 general admission. $10 forr
senliors and stude~nts. F~or utcket information:
call1 40I7-877-GRKD N or gco to goardentheatre.
By Amy Quesinberry
if you see a car being
driven by a blindfolded
man Saturday night,
don't be alarmed. That's
just magician Dan Sta-
pleton making his grand
entrance for his show at
the Garden Theatre: in
downtown Winter Gar-
foml foulr shows Oct.
30 through Nov. I at
the theater Yes, he will
make people levitate and
disappear. No, he will
not reveal his tricks.
But he does promise
d"I really e 1 lhel Ru
to get down into the au- Dan Stapleton will i
diece it' going to be to Winter Garden.
His act incorporates lots of volunteers, he
said. and he especially likes to use teenagers
fo~r some. includingp thL **nilllatinel He Said this
Is not a "kidd~ie Showh" butf StreCSSed that the ma- .
reriall is appropIria~te for childivn. tis shlow\ it-
clude~s somer origillal tricks and "some things
Photo by Chris Silvelra
Two-year-old Grace Riley of Winter Garden found her pumpkins at St, Luke's Pumpkin
Patch oh Apopka-Vineland Road on Sunday. Will they be Halloween jack-o'-lantems or
baked in a pie?
By Michael Laval
Winter Giarden wrill use ~
nearly a half-million dollars
thanks to a utility agreement
approved at last Thursday
night's City Commission
mheetmconstruction begins in
two months on the long-await-
ed West Colonial Drive high-
way-widening project, the city
will begin purchasing water
and wastewater construction
materials at discounted rates
by piggybacking onto a con-
tract already in place between
Other governmental ~agencies.
Winter Garden joins the city
of Winter Park, Orlando Utili-
te cCoc isio Jacksonvdlle
utility service providers in a
contract with HD Supply Wa-
terworks. Through the atgree-
mntnr 1110 Sulpplyr Watcrwurks
w~ill provide \H anter Garden
with manterialls fo~r relocating
utility lines at prices that are
the same or lower than those
ogee to the other utility p O
"This is in an effort to do
this project in the most cost-
effective manner," said Don
Cochran, city public services
Without the agreement.
Cochran explained, the city
would likely pay an estimated
$1.7 million for construction
materials, but instead will be
paying $480,618 less.
"It's quite a savings for the
(See Winter Garden, 2A)
the dilapidated Colony Plaza
Hotel to help clean up this
blighted corner and spur rede-
The city wants to keep citi-
zensand business owners upto
date on the plans for this area
and to listen to their input as
the redevelopment proceeds.
The CRA encompasses the
We ter el 1 y50Stat Rod
429) to Clarke Road.
In other business, the elect-
*donated $1,000 to the
Ocoee Fire Department team
completing in the National
(See Ocoee, 2A)
By M~ary Anne SIuickerath
Whant is the future: of the
Highway 50 corridor through r
Ocoee? That will bet the topic
of" discussion at a icommnunity
workshop scheduled by the
city for Wednesday, Nov. 4. in
the Ocoee Commumty Center,
125 N. Lakeshore Drive, from
6-8y pManager Rob Frank
announced this meeting to the
elected officials at last week's
City Commission meeting and
explained that his staff is seek-
ing input' from citizens and
business owners concerning
their ideas on how the corridor,
which the city has designated
as a Community Redevelop-
ment Area. will change and
develop in the coming years. ~
Ocoee s Comnmunity Rede-
velopment Agenlcy (CRA) is
overseering ttuis process.
According to Frank: "The
CRA is a special district estab-
lished by the city of Ocoee to
encourage revitalization and
plos xrrimt to Sate Ro d
50, the commnity's main
commercial corridor. Our goal
is to stimulate local business
anld encourage new cuttmng-
edge growth to create a vibrant
and sustainable future within
the community. Our most re-
cent success is the removal of
The West Orange Hab~i-
tat For Humanity chapter is
breaking ground on its next a~f-
fordable home on Pine Street
in Winter Garden, but there's
one problem there is no
owner. For months, officials
have been soliciting and inter-
v~iewing applicants but have
yet to find one who qualifies.
Habitat is appealing to the
community to help the organi-
zation find worthy candidates.
West Orange Habitat builds
simple, affordable homes for
deserving families who fit cer-
tain qualifying criteria. These
hories are sold at cost and
financed with 20- to 30-ye~ar
interest-free' mortgages. In
addition to a small down pay-
nient, closing costs andi low
monthly mortgage payments,
homeowners invest their own
labor, or "sweat equity," into
building their homes.
Habitat uses the mortgage
payments to build even more
Among the basic qualifica-
tion criterion for this home:
*Must have lived in West
Orange County for 12 months
*Must have the same job or
verifiable source of income for
six nionths or more.
*Current living conditions
must be poor, substandard,
overcrowded, unsafe or unaf-
t Must be willing to part--
ner with Habitat to build the
Income guidelines also vary
according to family size.
Applications can only be
received by attending an ap-
plication orientation meet-
ing. For more information on
qlualifying for a Habitat home,
contact: Bob with West Oranlge
Habitat For Humanity at 407-
656-3239 or woh4h@yahoo.
com. For more information,
go to ovww.wohrlh.org.
When you set your clocks
back one hour Sunday, Nov.
1, the day that daylight-saving
time ends, set your irrigation
controller to one-day-a-week
watering. The winter rules for
watering require only turning
on the sprinklers one daly a
week instead of the two days
a week in force this spring and
Homes with odd-numbered
or no acddresses canl only wav ~
ter on Saturday. Those with
even-numbered addresses can
only water on Sunday, and
non-residential. properties canl
only water on Tuesday. No ir-
r~igation is allowed between 10
a.m. and 4 p.m1.
lThese rules are manndat~ed by
the St. Johns River Water Man-
agementl District. The restric-
tions apply towae unhdrawnlll.l\'l
fr~om ground or surface water,
f'romn a private well or pump or
from a public or private water
utility but do not apply to ir-
rigation using r~eclaimed water
or storm water.
Carter Jenkins took his 1-year-old friend, Roxy, to thie Oakland Heritage Day on Satur-
day. The 4-year-old is an Oakland resident. The event included cookoffs, art and food
vendors, music, hay rides, a silent auction and tours of the Oakland Nature Preserve's
new Environmental Education Center. For more photos, see 12A.
W.G. to host annual Halloweenfest
Magician bringing act to Garden Theatre
Ocoee Rec hosts
The City of Ocoee Parks
and Recreation Department
will host a haunted house
this Thursday, Oct. 29, from
7-10 p.m. and Friday, Oct.
30, from 7-11 p.m. at 951
ca d, bo nc ephr a
hayride, food and refresh-
ments. The cost is $1, and
everyone is encouraged to
bring a non-perishable food
For more information, call
the Parks and Recreation
Department at 407-905-
Windermere Parks and
Rec Commttee will host a
Halloween Party and Cos-
tume Parade this Saturday,
OQct. 31, from 9:45 a.m. to
noon at Town Hall. The
event includes refreshments'
spooky stories, hayride'
goody bags and trick-or-
.Blood drive Nov. 4
Foundation Academy and
First Baptist Church Winter
Garden will hold a blood
drive Wednesday, November
4, from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.
and 5-9 p.m.
The Bloodmobile will be
parked in the west parking
lot. Donors receive a free
mini physical, including
iron and cholesterol screen-
ings, and giveaways. Twenty
dollars per unit of blood col~
elected wdll go into a scholar-
ship program for graduating
Visit www.cbcsf.org to
pre-register. Call the church
office at 407-656,-2352 for
a ~r3739 010100dll 0
W.G. to save big bucks
With utility piggyback
Ocoee to hold meeting on S.R. 50 corridor
Habitat needs owner for next home
NOW Watering rules go into effect Sunday
Local police and fire reports
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THOMAS EUGENE MOORE,
66, A opka, died Friday,
Oct. 23. Loomis Family
Funeral Home and Crema-
tion Service, Apopka.
ROBERT C. SCHUTZ, 81,
Mount Dora, died Satur-
day, Oct. 24. Looms Family
Funeral Home and Crema-
tion Serylce, Apopka.
HARRY C. THOMAS, age
69 of Winter Garden, passed
away pHeacefullye October 21'
Y rw, and
Express Lines in 2002. Harry
is survived by his w fe, Joyce,
bothes Ke heh adB Rbrt;
sister, Gladys; grandchildren,
K~ristallin, Karina, Travis; and
several nieces and nephews-
Harry was a Life Group Leader
at First Baptist Church of Or-
lando at Ocoee. Internient was
at Hopewell Cemetery in Plant
City. A memorial service will be
held this Saturday, Oct. 31, at
10 a~m. at First Baptist Chu~rch
of Orlando in the Henry
Chapel. In lieu of flowers, the
family requests donations be
made to First Baptist Church
of Orlando Ocoee Benevo-
lence, 3000 S. John Young
Parkway, Orlando FL 32805.
You are encouraged to view
and sign the family guest book
ERIN STACY VOORHEES,
3 W ne me e, ddT urs-
Reformation Chapel, 106 E.
Church St., Orlando; or to
Cell Phones for SoJdiers, 243
Winter St., Nor well, MA 02061.
A Community Funeral Home &
Sunset Cremations, Orlando.
KAREN ANN WHISENANT,
45, Ocoee, died Wednesday,
Oct. 21. All Faiths Fu-
neral Alternatives & Crema-
tion Service, Orlando.
PAUL H. ANDREE III, Ocoee,
died Thursday, Oct. 15. *
Memorial donations can be
made to the West Orange
Compassion Center Food
Pantry at 452 Palm Drive,
Ocoee 34761; 407-905-
9339. Ocoee Family Funeral
and Cremation Chapel.
CHARLES C. ENNIS, 80,
Winter Garden, died Oct.
13. Marvin C. Zanders
Funeral Home, Apopka.
LANBOLYN GRANT, 58,
Ocoee, died Thursday,
Oct. 22. Gail & Wynn's
HAZEL PAULINE GROVER-
OUELEw E, 81, n d
Home, Winter Garden
`JUANITA KING HARRIS,
82, Winter Garden, died Oct.
18. She was bornr and raised
in Winter Garden. Marvin C.
Zanderis Funea Home, p-
p a; Wne ad Cmtey.
DONNELL JOHNSON, 56,
Ocoee, died Oct. 19. Postell's
Mortuary, Pine Hills; Eaton-
ville Memorial Gardens.
Em ergenc y medical
Automatic fire alarms--5
Calls for service--5.
City calls -59
Orange County calls--?
Ocoee fire report
The Ocoee Pire Iepat-
Inent respondedl to 77 calls
for assistance dluring: the pe-
riod of' Oct. 15-21:
Public Service- 18
Winte Gar~den cals 2
fire r prt
The Winter Garden Fire
Department responded to 69
calls for assistance from Oct.
"And who is my' neighbor?" In
repl Jsus sald: "A man was
going down from Jerusalem to
Jericho, when he fell into the
hands of robbers. They stripped
him of his clothes, beat him
and went away, leaving him
half dead. A priest happened to
be going down the same road,
and when he saw the man, he
passed by on the other side. So
too, a Levite, when he came to
the place and saw him, passed
by on the other side. But a
Samaritan, as he traveled, came
where the man was: and when
he saw him, he took pity' on
him. He went to him1 and ban-
daged his wounds, pouring on
oil anld wine. Then hie put the
mnan on his own donkey, took
hrim to an inn and took care
of him. The next day he took
out two silver coins and gav'e
them to the innkeeper. 'Look
after him.' he said, 'and when
I return, I will reimburse you
for anly extra expense you may'
have."'Which of these three do
you think was a neighbor to the
man who fell into the hands of
robbits?" (Luke 10:29-36) '
As I rush through my week, I
1) Pause and choose to notice
those along my pathl.
2) Allow other's stories to
engageI~ mly heart and change
3) Grab the towel of service
and discover mny neighbor.
Jion D 11cll L ad Pastor
SERVICE TIMES: SATURDAY 6 00PM
SUNDAY 9:00AM &* 10:45AM
that he was concerned for the
safety of the students and fac-
ulty, was told to remove Gabriel
from his classroom and escort
him to his vehicle.
According to the police re-
port, Gabriel was ordered to go
to Orlando Behavioral Health-
care to be examined.
After his removal, stated the
report, Gabriel contacted Lar-
sen, made indecent accusations
against him and threatened to
have the principal arrested. It
was reported that Gabriel called
and threatened West Learning
Area Supervisor Rosita Riley
In recent weeks, according
to the report, Gabriel had re-
peatedly called and e-mailed
his ex-wife, Sharyn Gabriel,
threatening her life. She filed
a restraining order against Jer-
rold Gabriel the day he was
high school facility.
*awarded a $160,710 con-
tract to Middlesex Co. for a
street-paying project to cover
South Lakeview Avenue, be-
tween Lafayette and Palmetto
streets; North Street, from
Plant to 11th streets; and War-
rior Road, between Beulah anld
*passed an1 ordinance annex-
ing 40.28 acres at 13036 Roper
*passed an ordinance an-
nexing 3.74 acres located off
County Road 545.
West Orange High School
science teacher Jerrold Leigh
Gabriel has been arrested on an
assault charge stemming from
threats he allegedly made to
students and faculty last month.
The Orange County Sheriff's
Office arrested 59-year-old
Gabriel of Orlando on Oct. 10.
He had been removed from the'
classroom in latte September and
was told he could not return to
campus until he was medically
cleared by a doctor, according
to the sheriff's report.
The report stated that Gabriel
entered a guidance counselor's
office with a student and told
the counselor he wanted this
student's name to be first on a
list for a specific class. Gabriel
further stated that "he would
take a gun and shoot any stu-
dent that was ahead of him on
the list," the report read, and
that he held his hands to simu-
Local makes Top.20
on 'So You Think
You Can Dance'
In case readers missed So
You Think Your Can Dance last
Wednesday, local dancer Jakob
Karr of 'Windermere was named
as a top 20 finalist.
The television show contin-
ued this week on Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday evenings.
Audience voting was expected
to begin this week, but a Karr
family friend told The West
Orange Times on Monday that
the audience voting would be
delayed into November.
Lake Apopka project
manager to speak at
David Walker, Lake Apopka
project manager, will be speak-
ing at the Friends of Lake Apo-
pka public board meeting on
Thursday, Nov. 5, at 5 p.m. at
the Oakland Nature Preserve.
Walker is scheduled to give a
presentation on the status of the
restoration of the lake and the
north shore area.
group at St. PaulS
An ongoing grief support
group meets every Monday at
St. Pauls Presbyterian Church
in Ocoee (across from the West
Orange Mall in the Citrus Odks
subdivision) from 6:30-8 p.m.
The group welcomes anyone
who would like to attend.
For more information, call
Tom Love at 407-256-5492.
The Winter Garden Po-
lice Department is organizing
Neighborhood Watch programs
to help prevent crime. To start a
program, call 407-656-3636.
The police department offers
free home security surveys for
residents living within the city
limits. An officer will come to
your house to check doors, win-
dows, locks, lighting and alarm
systems. To set an appointment,
late that he was holding a gun.
Principal James Larsen and
Orange County Public Schools'
Employee Relations office were
notified of Gabriel's behavior;
and Assistant Principal Andrew
Jackson, who had told Larsen
*renewed an interlocal agree-
ment with Orange County for
the Water Atlas project, a joint
venture with the University
of South Florida. The proj-
ect consists of a geographic-
batsed Web site that provides
information on data collected
in watersheds throughout Or-
ange County. Water Atlas also
provides education on local wa-
tershed issues. Winter Garden's
contribution amounts to $5,856
to be paid to the county in three
approvedd the site plan for
Hope Charter-Legacy High
School. to bebuilt atl1550 East
Crow\n Point Road. The plan
calls for an 18.795-square-foot
city,"' Cochran said.
The project's cost will fluctu-
ate over time, though. Accord-
ing: to the contract. HD Supply
Wa~terworks will maintain pric-
es for malterials for one year,
w~ith the exception of PVC pipe
and dulctile iron pipe. A~ftrc one
year, the price w sil be adtjusted
.ccrd~ingp to the Consumer
Price index. PVC and ductile
iron pipe prices are market
driven, Cochmra said, and will
therefore be evaluated every
three months. Depending on
the cost of rawi materials, Win-
terT Gatnrdn's bill coulld rise or
in other business. the elecrted
Combat Challenge in Las Ve-
gas on Nov. 15. The funds will
be used for lodging.
*proclaimed the following:
Florida Government Week,
National Family Week (Nov.
22-28), Red Ribbon Week
and United Nations Day (lOct.
*were told that the reland-
scaping of Silver Star Road
would be soon completed,
*announced that the Olcoee
High Theater Department is
presenting Murdter at Cafte
Noir Nov. 19-21.
*appointed Jennifer Hop-
kins to the Human Relations
*announced that the Sym-
phony Committee that is
working to bring the Florida
Lakes Symphony Orchestra to
Ocoee High on Feb. 20, 2010,
has raised more than $4.,000
and more sponsorships are still
needed. I For mrore information
on sulpporting this concert, call
Sherry Dahistedt at 407-886-
3285 or e-mail her at Nutty-
..heri;~lrol com 1 ~
*amlende~d the city's Edu-
cation Incentive Program for
employees to make it more
Ccst-erlemic(I~ and to have
employees repay education
fees if they receive a grade
below a C or fail to complete
*approved an ordinance
conCerning the requlirement1s
for FEM;A's National F=luoo In-
sumratce Program. This approv-
al was necessary for the city
to participate in the National
Flood Insurance Program.
approved 20~10 Christmas
holidav< of Dec. 24 and 27
and a F:ourth of July holiday
of July 5-
Items needed for Service Center
The West Orange Christia'n and baby food.
Service Center is in need of Takec donated items to the
volunteers, clothing and food Christian Service Center, 300
for its Family Emergency Ser- W. Franklin St., Ocoee.
'Items needed are small
household items, protein food
such as peanut butter, canned
meats, macaroni and cheese,
canned vegetables, soup,, rice
and powdered milk; and infant
items such as formula, diapers
Public meeting set
doan ocni e" BAyg
The Green Mountain Scenic By way Committee will hold a
community meeting to discuss the addition of the segment of Plant
Street from County Road 545 to Dillard Street to the existing Green
Mountain Scenic By way. The meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m.
in the lobby of the Edgewater Hotel in Winter Garden.
This is a public meeting. Members of the downtown business
community, as well as all interested persons, are being encour-
aged to attend.
Additional information can be found on the Scenic By way Web
site at www. greenmountainbyway. org, by e-mailing greenmoun-
email@example.com lor by calling 407-469-320i.
Ocoee -----(Contnued from llA)
The New Red is coming. Actually, if you've visited Health
Central recently, you'll notice it's already arrived. You will
see this in the form of our renewed sense of caring, our
re-dedication to the continun~ity and the emphasis on quality
healthcare services. Red represents this culture shift at Health
Central. Please visit TheNewRed.org for more information on
how H~ealth Central is improving anid how we can help you. =
WWW.'TH E~NEWRE D.O RG;
Thulrrsdaly, O.tob~er 29, 2009) The West Orange 7i'mes 3A
Orange County Public
Schools and the West Orange
H-igh School Band will present
a musical program by the' Air-
me~n of Note on Salturday, Nov.
14, at 7 p.m. .
The~ A~ilnrmuen f No~te is the
premier jazz ensemble of the
UI.S. A~ir F;orce. The members
are stationed in Warshingtoun,
D).C., butl thecy are taking a~ tour
of the South andt ha~ve scheduled~t
a free perfo,1rma~nce: at WC)IlS.
TIo reserve tic'ketS to) the
concert, enrlI 4107-')05-24109) or
send a~ se~lf-addrtlessedI stamnped
envelope to West Ora;ngie Highl
School, care of Ken Boydl, bandl
dlirector, 1625 S. Be~ulah Roadt,
Winter Giardetn, ;, F24787.
by the Scouts.
After the Scouts retrieve bags
filled with canned goods, they
deliver them to a local drop-off
location where volunteers sort
and box food. The food is taken
to Second Harvest Food Banlk or
a local food pantry in need.
In 2008, Scouting for Food
collected more than 600,000
potmds of food for Second Har-
vest Food Bank and other local
food pantries, which provided
more than 400,000 meals to the
Central Florida community.
Scouting for Food begins Sat-
urday, Nov. 7, when Boy Scouts
will hang more than 700,000
plastic bags on doorknobs in
Saturday, Nov. 14, is Collec-
tion Day, andScouts return to
pick up bags filled with donated
canned goods, which are then
distributed to Second Harvest
Food Bank and other local food
pantries in the district.
Filled bags should be placed
outside by 9 a.m. at a spot easily
visible from the road for pickup
98 candles for Dr. Gleason
Dr. Albert H. Gleason was honored at the Winter Garden
City Commission meeting on Oct. 22, which was also his
98th birthday. Joining him were his family, Mayor John
Rees and the commissioners. Gleason came to Winter
Garden after serving as a flight surgeon in England in the
Army Air Corps 92 Bomb Group. He was a founding mem-
ber of the former West Orange Hospital, holding various
positions from chief of staff to chairman of the board. As
the medical facilities changed in the area, Dr. Gleason
moved to Health Central in Ocoee. He is a lifetime member
of the Orange County and Florida medical societies and
the American Medical Association.
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Letters to the editor
Support the arts in Winter Garden
In ourT opinion
New watering rules. make
Niagara deal seem even more absurd
been to downtown Winter Garden. I thought
how wonderful it was to have them purchase
tickets at the theater and eat in our restaurants
and have each of them speak so well of our
for mom t sf yos w,- i nt Ias ths oC
the support of the community. The Garden
Theatre recently launched a Patrons fundrais-
ing campaign. Please consider supporting the
Garden Theatre by donating to this worthy non-
pofi arts center. You can dntate by lgingon
your support, the Garden Theatre will continue
to bring quality arts and culture to our city, as
well as help our small businesses in downtown
with more patrons to the stores and restaurants.
If you cannot donate to the Patrons Program,
please consider purchasing a ticket to the new
season. You cannot go wrong with plays like
Crimes of the Heart, Driving Miss Daisy and
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream-
coat. I guarantee you a great experience mn
downtown Winter Garden.
Garden Theatre Board Member
We are so lucky to have such a. wonderful
arts facility in historic downtown Winter Gar-
den. The Garden Theatre is slowing gaining
th atten npnof resients iry atl coae nr
dance and film. In just a few years, the theater
has hosted some of Central Florida's top the-
ater companies, musicians and dance troops, as
well as classic films from Casablanca to Psy-
chor so proud of all the people who have
worked halrd to bring this jewel to our little city.
It is obvious that a lot of halrd work has gone
into bringing the theatter back to its original
state. I'm thankfull for the city and the Heritage
Foundation for taking on the difficult task of
renovating the theater and bringing such qual-
ity programming to Winter Garden.
We are beginning to see the benefits that this
theater brings to downtown. Recently, I was at
the theater for a concert by a local vocal group,
42Five. They were fantastic! It was especially
great to see the hands in the audience raise
when they asked if this was the first time in the
theater. Nearly the entire audience had never
On our front page this week is a
notice regarding the "winter rules"
mandated by -the St. Johns River Wa-
ter Management' District. Beginning
Sunday, Nov. 1, you will be limited
to one-day-a-week watering.
We don't have a problem with water
conservation and watering only once
per week, but it does magnify the ab-
surdity of St. Johns allowing Niagara
Water Bottling Company to pump wa-
ter from our diminishing fresh water
supply to ship and sell.
We wonder if homeowners can re-
ceive a citation if they water their
lawns, say, twice per week, but with
Niagara bottled water that they pur-
Absurd, maybe, but it makes one
wonder who we're conserving for.
From our archives
35 years ago
"The community newspaper is the backbone
of our nation." Nelson Rockefeller.
The Winter Garden Rotary Club has sched-
uled an evening at Once Upon a Stage, Or-
lando's popular dinner theater. The production
doesn't sound too serious the title is No Sex
PPleaSe 'We're British. It is a benefit for Boy
Scout Troop 210.
Ocoee High School will hold its final Home-
coming madling its final year as a Junior-Senior
High School. Alumni are a special part of the
festivities as OHS celebrates its 50th anniver-
sary. In pre-game activities, all former princi-
pals, faculty members and cheerleaders will
25 years ago
As it marked the seventh anniversary of its
dedication. Holy Family Catholic Church of-
ficially nruned its social hall General Flynn Hall
in honor of ittired USAF Lt. Gen John P. Flynn.
A member of the church while a resident of
Windermere 1978-80, Gen. Flynn served his
nation in three wars. In 1967, he was shot down
over Hanoi and imprisoned for 5 1/2 years,
much of it in solitary confinement. He became
a close friend of father Joseph Harte.
65 years ago
Lt. Robert*G. Fischer, son of Esther Fischer
of Gotha and George Fischer of Orlando, was
killed in action over Norway Aug. 8. 1944.
He had previously been reported missing in
action. He was: attached to the U.S. Eighth
Air Force stationed inr England where he had
arrived just prior to D-D~ay. Pilot of a P-51
Musta~ng. he participated inl bomber escort mis-
sions and strafing 11ighlts. Besides his parents,
he is survivedi by a sister, Louise, and a brother,
Everette, of Gothn.
40 years ago
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this extra houT Of day~light while you can it
W~On't be long before your extra hour of golf
w~ill be cut short again. We kind of wish we
CoulJ hiave this time \eaT TOUnt ill Florida.
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Rotaryr C lub. a defensrrive driving school wvill
be held here. Other Watford heads the com-
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ficials were sw:onr into office by City Clerk
Loren WVilliams. Mayor Gerorge Barley begins
his second erml, and Julian Rev:els was seated
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South Lake Apopka Citrus
Growers Associaltion of Winter
Garden is celebrating its 100th
year of business.
According, to Sulnday~s ine the
Soutrh, published by th'e Winter
Garden Heritage Foundation,
South Lake Apopka CGA was
founded Sept. 27, 1909, by area
residents James H. Sadler, L.W.
Tilden, G.R. Croft, D.L. Pier-
son, S.B. Hull and A.`W. Hur-
ley and originally operated out
of a building that still stands at
1061 Tildenville School Road.
A packinghouse was built soon
afterward; the historic South
Lake Apopka CGA water tower
is still visible to those who travel
through the area.
At one time, South Lake was
one of the largest citrus coop-
eratives in the state, employing
up to 200 people and provid-
ing approximately 150 grower/
members with joint purchasing
and marketing services as well
as grove caretaking, harvesting,
packing and distribution. South
Lake shipped citrus nationally
under brands such as "South
Lake," "Fellowship" and "Good-
nL I u Iorn fos rive
Allbusinesses in'West Orange
County and their employees are
invited to participate in the Just
One Item Food Drive benefit-
ing the West Orange Christian
service Center in ocoee.
The center is in need of non-
perishable food items and hopes
to collect as many items as pos-
sible for the upcoming holiday
season. For more details, con-
tact Rhonda Gullette at 407-925-
2015 or rhondagull~aol.com.
Ashton Woods to
build on 74 home
sites in Ocoee
Ashton Woods Homes re-
cently acquired 74 home sites
at McCormnick Woods in Ocoee
andstlre c instruction of two
New, single-family homes will
be priced from $167,900 will
range in size froml1,530 to 3,436
square feet of living space.
L-3 C'olemaun Aerospa;ce a~n-
nounced it has hired r~etiredl U.S.
Air Force Maj. G~en. Chris An-
zalone as its president. Head-
quartered in southwest Orlando,
L-3 Coleman Aerospace spe-
cializes in missile hardware and
software development for mili-
tary customers and NASA.
Gen. Anzalone returns to
Orlando following a 32-year
career with the U.S. Air Force.
Prior to joining L-3, he served
in numerous Air Force and Joint
Command and staff positions,
including vice commander,
armaments center, Eglin Air
Force Base and director for
the Missile Defense Agency in
He is a graduate of' the Air
Watr College and holds a bache-
lor's and MBA degrees from the
University of Central Flonida.
"We are very pleased that
Chnis Anzalone will be heading
our Coleman Aerospace busi-
ness, and we look forward to his
contributions as we execute our
business strategy," said Jerry
Bates, president of L-3 Global
Security and Eng~inee~ring Solu-
An early photo of the South Lake Apopka Citrus Growers Association in Winter Garden.
nion Corporation offices in Win-
ter Garden. still providing mar-
iketing services to the remaining
cooperative's grower members.
South Lake handled more than
740,000 boxes of citrus frit dulr-
iing the past season.
South Lake Apopka CGA's
100th Annual Grower Meeting
was heldl Oct. 6 at the Oakland
Presbyterian Church. Cur-rent dli-
rectors Marury Boyd, David Stan-
ford, D~r. A.H. Gleason anld Scott
Boydf, all1 of Winter Garden, host-
ed the event. Attendees received
framed Soulth Lake "Fellowship"
citrus labels as mementos of the
South Lake Apopka Citrus
Growers Association was also
part owner of the Winter Garden
Citrus Products Cooperative, or
"WGCjPC," a processing plant in
Winter Garden that is now owned
by Louis Dreyfus Citrus.
Currently, South Lake Apopka
CGA operates out of the McKin-
tions, to whom Coleman Aero-
space reports. "His extensive
leadership experience and skills
will help us break into new mar-
kets and build on the excellent
professional services Coleman
Aerospace prov des."
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Eb ru anL GketurynTelhbve joined together to form CenturyLink. Winter Garden of-
fice employees (I-r) Jay Kraschinsky, Dan Tillis, Peggy Alexander, Sanja Hartfield, Jane
Widerman, Dawn Ussery, Susan Sarna and Star Kraschinsky celebrate the new brand's
launch. Existing Embarq and CenturyTel customers should not expect any change to
their service except the new name.
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Avalon community ""'T'
hOlding fall festival ~~~t 4
II 5L~ll'~ l,'l:I~r~l /f 11111~1~ watch for
Bghr Hos Chnel 0
Brid water's St
now has an agen
sixth-grader, Jaimie Ste
is now represented by 1
Artists Agency (AAA:
coastal talent agency w
fices in Los Angeles an
York. Steck's agent,
Green, founded the yol
apartment at AAA in 199~
also signed Suzanne Co
her manager. Based in L
geles, Coston is an exe
a Hlywo spcia
In addition to infom
and local films, Steck'
includes commercials f
Film, Mediacom, Chi
and area theme parks.
She lives with her p
Jim and Terri Steck,
Stoneybrook West com
in Winter Garden.
fashioned fallI fe~stivail, will
tatke place Nov. 14 frocm 2-6
p.m. to celebrate the rural life-
style of the .Lake Avalon Rutral
Settlement Village. This year.
it features live bluecgrass music
throughout the day, the: popu-
lar hlayride through the orange
groves, game booths, prizes,
candy, inflatable gamess~ face
paintinlg and more.
This festival is a free: event,
abl foo ies fo Avl n
Food Pantry will be welcomed.
At the end of the festival, ev-
eryone is invited to bring a
favorite dish and dessert and
enjoy a community covered-
Duel with the unidead
The Winter Garden Fencing
Academy is holding an "All
Hallow Eve's Duel of the Dead"
this Friday, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m.,
and the public is invited.
The duel is a black-light event
in the fencers' pl.lne! ard Visi-
tors will get a crash course in ba-
sic offense and defense and test
their skills in actual combat.
There is no charge: for this
event. For more information'
vii Owwfenc~ingae de my,
AARP to nmeet
The West Orange AARP
Chapter 369>7 will meet Mon-
day, Nov. 2, at the Hyde Park
Clubhouse at 1 p.m. All seniors
50 and older are invited to at"
tend. The annual fee is $2 for
National AARP membership.
Members are asked to bring
refreshments and food stems
for the West Ornane Chnistian
This month's guest speaker
will discuss loved ones serving
in the Armed Forces corningg
For more information, call
Esther Braswell at 407-905-
I,802 or Edith Olson at 40i7-
Day at the Park
Health Central Park in Wiln-
ter Garden is holding its fourth
aInnual"AXa atv 1 the Pa~rk cel-
ebration Nov. 7 from lo1.1 inl. to
3-p.m. A commemorations 'er-
emony for veterans who live at
HCP will take place in the morn-
ing, and there will be music and
entertainment throughout the
day, plus food, treats and ven-
Florida's Blood Centers will
be there with the Bloodmobile.
Boy Scout Troop 210 of Win-
ter Garden will assist with the
Ireterans commemoration pro-
Health Central Park is at 41 1
N. Dillard St.
Theli conuinunity is invited
to join hthe Avurlonl:est family
thiis year "out inl the country."
Avalonl'est will be haild atop the
Avalon Presbyterian Church,
commonly known as "The
Hill," at. 17564 Seidner Road
in Winter Garden.
For additional informa-
tion, visit Avalon Presbyterian
Church online at www.avalon-
terianCuc h a te b lo
Home and Property Owners
Association sponsors Avalon-
Fest; and the Korean Presbyte-
rian Church will be joining the
sponsorship this year.
Fall Blast Oct. 31
at Faith Famil
Faith Famiily Community
Church of the Nalzarene is holdi-
ing its second Fall UI.Ist this Sat-
urdlay, Oct. 31. fr~om 5-8 p.m.
The community is invited to en-
joy the event at the church, 305
Beulah Road, Winter Garden. It
will include games, inflatables,
food and live music.
Oais sC tt~~niyCht cht~ is
plning ni fill vant and cnew
and .relral~ es Thfair is Saturday,
Nov. 14, from I I a.m. to 3 p.nt
Food vendors are being sough(
as w\ell. Those interested should
RSVP quickly, as there cannot
be duplicate companies. o
tor more mSfomation,y g
church is at 609 A~valon Road,
at Medicine Shopp9
AZ free diabetes screening will
be heidld Tusday, Nov. 3. front
10 ar.m. to 1 p.m. a~t the Med~i.
cine Shoppe. 646 S. Dillard
St., Winter Garden. For mlore
information, call Cholestch~ck
at sMH)-7133-3301 No atppoint-
ment is necessary.
Share stories of
The Garden Theatre is pre-
senting Cfrimes the~c Healrt, a
tragic comedy of three sisters
in Mississippi, a~nd is cooking
for photos and stories of your
sisterhood (blood-related or
othe~rH ise > to share with the
audience during the show run,
Stories should be 250 w onlh or
less. Photos need to be? scanned
and satved as a JPG or TIFF: file
1MB or smaller. Emanil photos
and stories with SISTERHOOD
mnthelsu jer tlne by ndy,
in dance show
The non-profit Vodi Dance is
presenting Th~e Gamtes We Play
Nov. 6-8 at the Garden Theatre.
Dancers will present games on
the playground, games in rela-
tionships and games mn life.
The theater is at 160 W. Plant
St. in Winter Garden. Showtimes
are 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday
and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are $18 ($15 for se-
niors and students and $10 for
children under 12). For ticket
information, go to www.gar-
N-S: 1. T. Saulino-B. Nor-
wood 2. N. Fortin-M. Black 3.
B. and R. Blair 4. L. Dennis-B.
Burch 5/6 tied C. Baldwin-B.
Brantley, H. Parker-M. Lesnik;
E-W: 1. J. and B. Hebert 2. A.
and D. Hurst 37. L,. White-S. Jor-
dan 4. L. Hendry-M. Guthrie 5.
M. and F. Schwalrtz.
Cb Shout Pac n2s0 Bta Den visited Knox Nursery recently. The Scouts learned how a
nursery operates and discovered how poinsettias are grown. At the nursery, 1-r: Nicholas
Matthew, Sam Hamilton, lan Fitzpatrick, Jacob Smith, Russesil Curtis, Wesley Mule-
ro, Bryan Nadeau, lan Fisk, Shian-an Chiou, Brandon Otero, Zander Atkins, Michael
Gusewelle, Carson Chorney and Alejandro Hoyos. The pack will be selling poinsettias
this fall to raise money for camping and other activities throughout the Scouting year.
Go to www.scoutingwith220.org for more information. Cub Scout Pack 220 meets every
each Monday at 6:50 p.m. at Foundation Academy (Tilden Road location).
PrOgrams at the Wmnter Garden Library
It's~ a boy!
Jessica Alexander and Eric
Mathesius announce the arrival
of their son, Daiunan James Eric
Mathesius. Damian was born
Oct. 5 at 9:46 a.m. He weighed
6 pounds, 11 ounces and mea-
sixred 21 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Peter arid Patnicia Alexander
Sof Winter Garden. Paternal
grandparents are Dan and Kar-
en Mathesius of Kissimmee
and Kerry and Kevin Nardini
of Mechariicsville, Va. Mater-
nal greo 0 npwent ae Mu~
William Blair and the late Jean
Blair of Caryville and formerly
of Ocoee and Ferndale. Paternal
great-grandparents are Hilton
Mathesius of New Jersey, Janet
Daltonaof) Maine andLHarold
laHds au ts are Jenifer Moorel,
Kelly Hall, Rachel Mathesius,
Hannah Nardini and Amy Nar-
dini, and his uncle is Dylan
Family Movie Night
Thle Winter Garuden Library
will show Ther Battle jbr Terrar
on Thursday, Nov. 5S, at 6:30
p.m. during Family Movie
Night. A pealcefull alien planet
faces annihilation, as the home-
less re~mainder of the human
race sets its eyes on Terra.
Make a paper rocket
Learn how to make a paper
rocket in honor of Aviation His-
tory M~onlth at the Winter Gar-
den Libnrar on Saturday, Nov.
7, at I1:30 a.mt. The program
is presented by the Civil Air
Patrol and the Air Force Asso-
ciation, and materials will be
provided. Call 4t07-835-~'181
Improve your English-
.lu'king skins~ (vile enljoy ;ing
retryshllrnent ,st the Wintetr Gtr-
den ~ibrary on T~uesday, Nov.
1 at 6:0p.m.
On We~idne~sday,~ Nov. i1. at
4I:.:0 p.m. the Winter Giarden
Library will host bilingual
stories and crafts for children.
T~he inlteractive' strys\ime` is in
English andi Spalnish atnd is for
children ages 3 and older.
World Kindness Day
Thursday, Nov. 12, is World
Kindness Daly, andc the Winter
Gardten L.ibrary is planning an
event at 4 p.m. Attendees can
ma~ke glreeing cards for hou~se-
bosnd ugeirjr In i~lay tinbute to
The Winter Garden Librar
will hold an "I Love to Write"
event with Mad Libs and po.
etry Monday, Nov. 1 6, at 4 p.m.
Guests can share their love for
words and write something to
'The Winter Garden Library
w'ill present a p~rlograni on nu-
trition T'hursday. N~ovl. 19.) at 7
p.m. It is based on D~r. WVilliam
Sears' Lifestyle Exercise At-
titude Nutrition (LEAN) pro-
gram to help parents provide a
sound foundation for children's
nutritional and exercise needs.
Get crafty with Beads at
Metro West and learn how to
rnake holiday gifts at the Win-
ter Garden Library. All ages
are welcome to design color-
I jeelry on Saturday, Nov.
Do you love the Peanuts
gang? Visit the Winter Gar-
den Library on Tuesday, Nov.
24, at 4 p.m. and celebrate the
birthday of cartoonist Charles
Schulz with a short movie and
a take-home craft.
In honor of National Game
anld Puzzle Week. the Winter
Garden Library will offer board
gnunes to play Wednesday, Nov.
25, at 4 p.m1.
), a bi-
eef Eating healthy
eril.Downtown Herb Shoppe
s work will hold a class on how to eat
or Fuji healthy in a fast-food world. On
evrolet Thursday, Oct. 29, nutritional
educator Kathy Bee will teach
parents a class on making healthier
munity The class is from 6:30-7:30
p.m. and is free. Call 407-656-
9119 or visit the Herb Shoppe at
33 S. Main St., to sign up.
Bassai Karate Dojo (BKD) is
now conducting classes at the
Central Florida Dance Center
and the Church of the Messiah
in Winter Garden. For more in-
formation, call407-953-4237 or
go to www.bassaidojo.com.
Since 2006, BKD has been
conducting traditionally karate
classes locally for teen, adults
and children as young as 4 years
.old. The classes emphasize tech-
nique, history and tradition.
-BKD is under the guidance of
r~fSensei Darryl Williamns, 6th De-
gree Black( Belt and a members of
the World Union of Karate-Do
Morris honored at
Health Central Park
Kim Morris, a licensed practi-
cal nurse, is a five-year veteran
of Health Central Park. She was
nhaem ote .O~chobrEm of wich'
other staff and is an excellent
documentarian. She is the eqlual-
izer who balances the unit. She
is kind and can handle anything,
and families even seek her out.
She genuinely cares about the
residents and their families.
Morris was meant to be a
nurse; she has great assessment
skills. She knows if something
ris wrong with the residents and
takess care of them.
CITY OF WVINTER GARDEN
"The regular City Commission meeting of Thursda~y,
Novemnber 12, 200O9 has been chalnged to Tulesday,
Novem~ber 10, 20019 At 6:30 p.m. In City Hall11, 300 W.
Plant SnelCLI WinterI Gar'den, Filoridal. Also, the regularly
meetings of November 26, andl December 241, 2009' halve
been calncelledl for the holidays.
SATIUR)AY: OCTOBER li, 2009 :
Puff ins Dixie Hall, Joshua Raffield, Dawn Vollmer and Hayden Mock tamed the animals
in the real wood block zoo they built at ASP VPK< at Oakland.
OPH~ TrO~ TIFI$F PFUilBiCi
Saturday 8am-6pm, Sundays 8am-5pm
Jim Bruns (left) was installed as a new member of the West
Orange Kiwanis Club. With him is Lt. Gov. Gene Leonard.
Citizen Coalition to meet at Mlaxey Center
Residents of West Orange Cournty are: invited to the Matxey
Commulnity Center on the first T'hursday of each mlonth atr 5 pmrl
to assist with c~rime prevenrion~, buildmlg positive' re~lanons~lups ald
community pride. For details, call .4-I(-,6-8j325
We can help!
We have policies to fit everyone
Next to King's Ridge Community
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land m neeting hall on Nor~th Tubb Street. Rental
includes use of' the kitchen facilities and a seating
capacity of 1,08.
F'or i information, go to ww w.0aktownusa.com
aund click on meetingg hall facility" or call Oak-
Iland Tobwn Hall11 at 407-656-1 117.
Scouts can volunteer at ONP
The Oakland Nature Preserve is on the lookout
for volunteer Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. The
preserve welcomes boys working toward their
Eagle Scout badge and girls working on their
Bronze, Silver and Gold awards.
Many opportunities exist for completing a
project that would benefit the community and
ONP visitors. Those interested can contact ONP
Church plans Trunk-or-Treat
Oa;klandt Pre~sbyter~ianl Crur~ch will host' Trunk
or.-Trenti this Satu~rda;y, O>ct. 3 I, fr~om 5-8 p,m l
Trunulk-o~r-Trentil provides children a safe alter
native: to thre tend~itionail necighrborhoodI tr~ick-or -
Childlren will have thre op~portunity to walk
arlo~ound~ a pth collecting candy from dlecorated
trunks. In addltition, there will be a ha~yride and
fa\ll fecstival carnival games. A cakewalk will also
talke place inside the fellowship hall.
For more information about this and other ac-
tivities, obeck out the church Web site at www.
Rent Oakland meeting hall
Residents and organizations can rent the Oak-
Rotary hears update on WGHF
Kay Cappleman, a volunteer with the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, spoke at a
recent Winter Garden Rotary Club meeting, sharing information about what's currently
happening with the foundation and the city's museums and what the future plans are.
With her are Rotary member Benjamen Salata (who is also the museums director) and
Rod Talbot (right), Rotary president.
W.O. Kiwanis holds installation banquet
The West Orange ~Kiwanis
Club recently held its banquet
to install new officers and Board
of Directors members and a
new member to the club.
Gene Leonard, lieuten-
ant governor of Division 10,
inducted Jim Bruns of Win-
ter Garden as a new Kiwanis
member. Bruns was sponsored
by Cathy Klauzowski, an ac-
tive member and director on
thanked the outgoing board
and officers: John Hambuch,
president; Merv Johnson, past
president; Bill Marquis, sec-
retary; Tina Hambuch, trea-
Don Miller, Loretta Leda and
The new 2009-10 officers
are Hambuch, president; Leda,
president-elect; Marquis, sec-
retary; Margaret Miller, trea-
surer; McDowell, sergeant in
arms; and directors Paquette,
Klauzowski, Tina Hambuch
Annual awards were pre-
sented for years of service,
looking for old pIjcs
for first reunion
Foundation Academy is look-
ing for former students, faculty,
parents and friends of the school
interested in participating in the
school's first Reunion Round
Up. It is Nov. 27 from 4-6 p.m.
at the South Campus, 15304 Til-
den Road, Winter Garden.
RSVP to jbradford@founda-
tionacademy.net. Dinner will be
Foundation Academy is put-
ting together a PowerPoint pre-
sentation of the school years of
First Ba tistAC urch Sch ols
looking for photos. E-mail
digital to tjohnson@founda-
tionacademy.net.n Regular pho-
tographs can be mailed to or
dropped off at the North Cam-
pus office at 125 E. Plant St.,
Winter Garden 34787. Photos
will be returned after they are
Rec offers Active 50
The Winter Garden Parks and
Recreation Departmept has an
Active 50 and Over program for
seniors. To register for an activ-
ity, call 407-656-4155.
VFW auxiliary seeks
donate nse fo mII~t4305
Ladies Auxiliary is asking for
donations of white socks, lo-
tions, powders, non-perishable
foods and toiletries for boxes
to be sent to soldiers fighting
overseas. Items can be taken to
the post home, 1 170 E. Plant St.,
Winter Garden; after 2 p.m.
with Paul Zimmerman being
an active member for more
than 55 years. Additionally,
plaqlues went to Klauzowski
for membership and fulndrais-
ing, Paquette and D~on Miller
for membership growth, Tina
Hambuch for service leader-
ship, Pat Foreman for humor
miistress and Leda for public
relations efforts including web-
The West Orange Kiwanis
Club meets Wedinesdays, and
guests are always welcome. For
more information, go to www.
westorangekiwanis.org or call
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hoodl improvenient projects
ars part of its Most Valuable
Partnership (MVP)) Matlching
Grant P'rogram. Gooee ro-
meowner associations, civic
clubs and faitht-basedl organi-
zations are eligible to apply.
The maximum grant award is
Applications will be avail-
able beginning Nov. I on the
city's Web site at www.ocoee.
West Orange Seniors
to view movie
The West Orange Seniors'
next luncheon meeting is set
for Thursday, Nov. 19, at 12:30
p.m. in the Ison Center on Adair
Road in Ocoee.
The next Saturday bus trip for
ar Rupkw Csin otn No la 2
TThe cost for this trip is $10, and
the bus will leave at 7:45 a.m.
The Seniors will play bingo
Nov. 3, from I-3 at the Ison
TThe Seniors are invited to
lunch and a movie at the Ison
Center on Wednesday, Nov. 4'
at noon, and the group's annual
Christmas luncheon will be held
at Golden Pond in Winter Gar-
den on Thursday, Dec. 17, at 1
p.m. The cost is $8.
For more information, call
Wendell at 407-.5' -4-N~S
Holiday d~cor event
at Woman's Club
The Woman's Club of Ocoee,
4 N. Lakewood Ave., will host
"'A Holiday Dticor Illumination"
on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 9:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with the coop-
eration of Betty I's Florist.
Ti Rynn an, nwa d-iw inn n~g
the ltK)S Florida State Fl~orist
As oia dn Sushn C, wil
share decoralnny ulps tr the
home. Decorative items will be
for sale, and all of Rya~n's ar.
rangemeniiiii will be auctioned
off at the end of the day. In ad.
edition, guests will receive a con-
pon from Betty J's Florist.
Tickets are :$25 each and are
available to calling Sherry at
Ocoee Lions to host
The remaining Ocoee Lions
Club s annual Saturday turkey
shoots will be held Nov.7 and
Nov. 21 in the field next to the
Oee-plr RaGRd. Si in ~
beganir at 8 a.m. on each of' those
days, and cost is 5-' 50 a round
The shoots also include a con-
ce sion stand and a shotgun
org or at the C~ity Hall reception
dlesk. Completely applications
should be maniledl or delivered
to City Hall~1, Communityy Rel~-
tions, 150) N. Latkeshore DrIive,
Ocoee, F~lorida 3476,1. The
deadline to submit applica-
tions is Nov. 30.
The goal of the Most Valu-
able Partnership Matching
Grant Program is to improve
the quality of life in Ocoee by
assisting residents and orga-
nizations in making improve-
ments to their neighborhoods
or creating programs which
Applicants may submit proj-
ects that beautify neighbor-
hoods, address public safety
concerns or foster cultural,
recreational or educational
wants and needs of the neigh-
borbiood or organization.
For more information on
the MVP Grant Program, visit
www.ocoee.org or call Joy P.
Wright at 407-905-3100.
Oucome rei enW ewel Walker won 9 ribbons, including~ 1st place in jumping, at this
month's horse Show at Clarcona Horsemen Park. Walker, 17, is a junior at Legacy Char.
ter School in Winter Garden,
Ou Oflce Po~cy he padesnt and any other pason respDr~tbb
for pymetnrt has the right o refuse topaycaclpamnorb
reimbursed for naymnt for any omathr cseic, exargdminaon
taareamet hich perfomned~ asareut a mI wit~hin 7 hur
of repondingto the dvertisemet fr he d sm~freedsone e
Seniors donate to American Cancer Society
The City of Ocoee Parks and Recreation Department and the West Orange Senior Citi-
zens teamed up to hold a Casino Night in September, an event that helped raise funds for
the American Cancer .Society. At a check presentation last week, representatives of the
rec department and the Seniors donated $600 to ACS: 1-r, Dottie Lenkowski, Margaret
Palaigos, Bette Lenkowski, Wendell Singrey of the Seniors. Sean Gross, Jamie Meeks,
Barbara Buehrer and Vito Petrone-
OHS marching band
sale for Nov. 14
Ocoee High School March-
ing Knights Band Community
Garage Sale will be at the high
school's parking lot on Saturday,
Nov. 14 from 8 a.m. to noon. If
inte~reste~d in selling items alnc
renting a space, prices are $10
each plus a $110 refund on de.
For more information, se~nd an
e-mail toohsmarmh!: n kIghts, i
Band drive thlis week
The Oce Hig bsch I
Marching Knaights B nd is b ld-
wnestsBan me ibers olane'
to be out canvassing local
nerighborhok~xh around the high
school this Wednesday. Oct. 28.
after school and Saturday, Oct.
SAll monetary donations are
greatly appreciated and will help
support the band program.
Trunk or Treat
at Oak Level
Oak Level Baptist Church
;will host Trunk or Treat on Sat-
urday, Oct. 31, from 5-8 p.m.
This event provides a safe fam-
ily environment for trick-or-
Oak Level is located at 10564
Second Ave. in Ocoee.
For more information, call the
church office at 407-656-1523.
Entries sought for
Dec. 5 Ocoee
This year's Ocoee Christmas
Parade will be held Saturday,
Dec. 5, at 10 a.m., and it's not
too early to plan on participat-
ing in this community holiday
Applications and rules are
available by calling 407-905-
3100, Ext. 1036, and leaving a
fax number, postal address or
e-mail address. Participants can
also stop by D.J.'s Auto Sales at
Ooe ean y tk upda pa ad
The application, lineup in-
formation and route map are all
available for download on the
city's Web site at www.ocoee.
The entry fee to join the Ocoee
parade is a new unwrapped toy
from the Ocoee Pohece Depart-
ment's Holiday Toys for Chil-
dren in Need.
Paws to Read set
at West Oaks Library
The West Oaks Library is
hosting aPaws to Read program
Saturday, Nov. 28, at 11:30 a.m.
Sign up to practice your reading
skills by reading aloud to a furry
listener. Be An Angel Therapy
Dogs Ministry presents this pro-
gram for children with certified-
Seating is limited. Call 407-
835-7323 to register.
Ocoee to host
The city of Ocoee will host its
annual Veterans' Day ceremo-
ny on Wednesday, Nov. I1,
at 11 a.m. at the Starke Lke
Gazebo at 125 N. Lakeshore
Drive. The ceremony provides
an opportunity to thank all
veterans who have served their
The public is invited to attend.
Lunch will be served immedi-
ately following the ceremony.
A special bingo benefit will
be held Saturday, Nov. 7, from
4-8 p.m. at the Tom Ison Center
on Adair Street mn Ocoee. It will
be four hours of bingo and rafle
prizes. Everyone is invited.
Ocoee Oaks Methodist
Church is a host site for Angel
Food Ministries. You can buy a
week's worth of nutritious food
for a family of four for only
$30. Ordering online is now
available. Go to www.angcel-
foodministries.com, and click
on "Order Online." Deadline
for ordering is Nov. 8. Pickup
date is Nov. 21, at Ocoee Oaks
Church at 201 S. Clarke Road
from 9-10:30 a.m.
For more information, call
Tracy Frost 407-451-8619.
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Halloween parade in
Windermere Oct. 31
Windermere's Parks anld Rec-
reation Committee will host
the annual Halloween parade
Saturday, Oct. 31, beginning at
10 a.m. Children are asked to
meet in front of Town Hall at
9:45 a.m. Afterward, there will
be refreshments, goody bags, a
short program and a hayride.
Children can continue to
treat-or-treat at the downtown
businesses after the event.
For more information, call the
town office at 407-876-2563.
open at WUC
Windermere Union Church
Preschool is sponsoring its an-
nual Pumpkin Patch through
this Friday,'Oct. 30. There are
pumpkins in many sizes, as well
as bales of hay, for.sale.
For more information, call the
preschool at 407-909-0464.
Lakes basic training
Navy Seaman Recruit Mark
B. Garzia, a 2007 graduate of
Olympia High School, recently
completed U.S. Navy basic
training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week pro-
gram, Garzia completed a vari-
ety of training which included
classroom study and practical
instruction on naval customs,
first aid, firefighting, water
saey and urryival s sh pl
emphasis was also placed on
Women to meet
`The West Orange Republi-
can Women's Club, Federated
will hold its next meeting and
luncheon on Nov. 12, at 12: 15
p.m. at WIndermereCT Country
Club. The cost of lunch is $17.
The guest speaker will be Sel-
ena Owens, author of The Power
Within A Conservative Woman,
All Republican women are
welcome. For more information
on meetings or membership, call
Wendy West at 407-880-4604
or Linda O'Keefe at 407-292-
10:27 at FBC
First Baptist Church Wind,
ermere announces a new wor-
evenie.s eriene ss sricae
featuring high-energy worship
music lead by Tom Dale. Mark
Go~ff Chris Nix and Erik Hard-
grove, has been added to reach
young adults between the ages
of 18-30, but all are welcome.
The campus pastors will be
teaching through the book of
John I over the coming weeks.
Childcare is not available.
'St. Luke's plans
St. Luke's United Methodist
Women is planning its annual
Holiday Bazaar for Saturday,
Nov. 6, and Sunday, Nov. 7. For
more information, call Karen
Brown at 407-876-5532.
Learn to plan your
Leamn how to find a safe place
for your savings, determne the
best options for your 401(k),
identify strategies to save for re-
tirement and how to choose col-
lege savings plan or finance a col-
lege education at the ~Windermere
Library on Thursday, Nov. 5, at 6
p.m. and at the Southwest Library
on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 11 a.m.
Ameriptise Financial will pres-
ent the program.
CFWL meets at Ocean Prime
The Central Florida Women's League held its most recent meeting and luncheon at
Ocean Prime on Sand Lake Road. Pictured (1-r) are Mary Rispoli, Suzanne Fleming,
Michelle Green, Pam West, Shelley Griffiths, Karen Taylor, Angela Durruthy, Martha Wil-
liams and Sabrina Samuels.
Town hero ..
Windermere Mayor Gary Bruhn receives the inaugural
Home Rule Herp Award from Rebecca O'Hara of the Fllor-
ida League of Cities. O'Hara said the award is presented
for outstanding legislative advocacy in the fight for munici
pal Home Rule and the right to local self government,
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The CFWL welcomed new members and their sponsors at the October meeting. Pictured
(I-r) are Debbie Garrot, Kathryn Cook, Sherryl Becker, Kay Page, Carolyn Tnicoli, Suzty
Levi, Betty Lou Forbes, Jeanne Fortier and Janet Thomson.
Learn how traditional Chi-
nese medicine, herbs and foods
can help your immune system
without the dangerous side ef-
fects of antibiotics and other
Dr. Micelle O'Shaghnessy
from the Aesthetic Acupuncture
Clinic will present the program
Thursday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m. at
the Southwest Library. Registra-
tion is required by calling 407-
Book Club to meet
Nov. 10 at I~brary .
The Southwest Book Club
will meet T~uesday, Nov. 10, at
7 p.m. Members will discuss
Thte Painted Dorm by Louise
Erdrich. Readers will uncover
the mysterious powers of a cer-
emonial drum, which possesses
spiritual powers and changes the
lives of people who encounter
Anyone 18 years and older
is invited to attend this group
DPHS Theater plans
event this Saturday
Area children are invited to
the Hn l wedn Ha~unte Te-
events will take place at the Dr.
Phillips High School Perform-
in Arts Center. There is a $5
ca h only, admission fee fo
eac pro r~un fot
The a ternoon prog Idre
TheP mi y-r edl event in,
eludes games, treats, activities, a
bounce house, music, a costume
contest, face painting. food and
movies. The teen program is set
for 7-10 p.m. Guests can vote
for the ''Best Haunted Theatre
Scare Zone." No toy weapons or
faucemasks will be admitted.
The Eco Saturdays series at
Tibet-Butler Nature Preserve
will sponsor the free program
Florida's Slithering Snakes this
Saturday, Oct. 31, st 10 a.m.
Participants wil get an up-
close look at some of Florida's
native and non-native snakes.
The program is open to all Ages
but limited to 50 participants.
To register, call 4107-876-6696.
What a catch
Town resident Steven Swatkowski, the son of Doug and
Kim Swatkowski, shows the 10 Ib.-11 oz. bass he caught
at his 'secret pond' in Windermere.
Holy Family to host
Salute to American
Heroes Veterans' Day
Iraq war veteran and "Home
at Last II" recipient United
States Army Spc. Marcus Grif-
fin and his family will be guests
of honor at a Salute to American
Heroes Veterans' Day Dinner
sponsored by the Holy Family
Knights of Columbus Council
11488. The event will be held
on Saturday, Nov. 7, at6:30 p.m.
in the Parish Life Center at Holy
Family Catholic Church.
A gourmet dinner prepared
by Chef Angelo will be served,
with a special children's menu
available. Dinner, dancing and
entertainment by Rick Jeffries
should provide an evening to
Tickets are $15 for adults and
$7 for children 12-and-under.
Tickets must be purchased in
advance since they will not be
sold at the door.
To buy tickets, contact John
Adams at 407-267-7885 or
or call Jim McQuillan at 407-
877-2149. A portion of the pro-
ceeds will be designated for the
"Home at Last II" project.
The Parish Life Center is
Located at 5125 S. Apopka-
Vineland Road, Orlando.
'Celebrate the Arts
with Family' returns'
Nov. 4 at OHS
"Celebrate the Arts with Fam-
ily" returns this year as part of
the National Family Week cel-
ebration on Wednesday, Nov.
4. The free concert features
performances of music, dance
and visual arts and is being held
at the Olympia High School au-
ditorium from 7-8:15 p.m.
This year's performances
will include Central Florida
Ballet; Double Trouble, a bar-
bershop quartet from the Sun-
shine singers; and the Odyssey
String Quartet from the Flori-
da Young Artists Orchestra's
Chamber Music Ensemble
Program. There will be visual
arts and other displays enjoyed
in the foyer of the auditorium at
Olympia High School
For -more information, call
407-876-5188 or visit www.
Gaming party at
The Windermere Library
will host a gaming party Satur-
day, Nov. 14, at 2:30 p.m. The
program will be offered at the
Southwest Library on Wednes-
day, Nov. 18, at 3 p.m.
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10A The W+st Oran e nmes Thursday, October 29, 2009
SFoundation Academy students show their spirit dressed as their favorite super hero.
Foundation Academy celebrates Spirit Week
Foundation Academy par-
tciaea dthnt wa piritp We Health Central Hospital
bzthe Ho eheomun footall Atrium Lobby
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queen. 1 ~l ~ ~ l~,Cash, Checks, Cr-edit Car-ds, &r Payr-oll Deduction
Each day was given a dif-
ferentthemewiththe students Proceeds Benefit Health Centr'al Auxiliary
encouraged to dress the part,
and show their spirit.
Monday was College Day j& rll
with students dressing in the
colors of their favorite college.
Tuesday was Decade Day, and
they could-dress representing
any decade in history. & ir
Wednesday was Skittle
Day with each class drawing :s
a Skittle color and the whole ~
class dressing entirely in that i
color. Thursday was Super
Hero Day. Finally, Friday was The 2009 Foundation Academy Homecoming king and
Spirit Day, where all students queen were Wes Murray and Angela Rice.
from both the secondary and d
elementary campuses dressed
in the school colors.
Weekend to Roar began $ ~ ;
Friday evening with the t .
Homecoming game, where A, ;
During halftime the represen- p. I
tatives from each class were I, 1
~-introduced to the crowd. Wes .I
SMurray and Angela Ric were
crowned as the 2009 Home-
coming king and queen. I ~U!t any SOI'Vice with ad
The festivities continued on
Saturday at the South Cam-
pus, where students and their -
families enjoyed a day of fun' I ;~ ;
food and fellowship. The final
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West Orange High School alumni
invited to come home for Homecoming
West Orange High Schlool CI;atuates; ar~e inl- ava~ilable for $10 at the north galte of Raymond
vited to participate in the Illomrconslling~ Parade Screws Statdium a\t 5:30 before the game.
through downtown Winicir' Garden on Thursday, 'Tickiets will be available at the parade or canl
Nov, 5. Meet at the alumni tent in front of the be reserved by contacting Stephanie at 407-947-
Masonic Lodge (230 W. Bay St.) beginning at 4 7645 or by email at sabell@greenmachinenurs-
p.m. for the 5 p.m. parade. ery.comn.
Recognition will be given to the graduating After the meal, stay for the homecoming fes-
class with the most members present, tivities at 6:50 p.m., followed by the West Orange
On Friday, Nov. 6, join Warrior grads for a bar- vs. South Lake football game at 7:30. For more
becue dinner before the game. A special alumni information, check out the West Orange High
dinner, catered by Uncle Kenny's BBQ, will be: School Warrior Alumni Facebook page.
Bloom 'N' Grow continues to support Oaklaind Nature Preserve
Bloom 'N' Grow Garden Society president Mlarilyn Kellerman presents a check for $2,000
to Jim Thomas at the Oakland Nature Preserve. The funds will assist ONP in the instal-
lation of a large educational habitat garden at the preserve. Phyllis Hickman, right, is the
Bloom 'N' Grow volunteer in charge of the garden. The garden club has been assisting
and supporting the preserve since its inception, with funding and volunteer workers. A
recent donation of $6,500 brings the total support to date to more than $40,000. The
museum fireplace was made possible by the group and will be named for it. Anyone
interested in helping to plant the garden is welcome to attend the work party sch7eduled
for Saturday, Nov. 14, at 10 a.m. For additional information on this or other programs
offered at the preserve visit the Web site at www.oaklandnaturepreserve.org or call 407-
each Sat. In W.G.
The Downtown Winter Gar-
de~n Farmer's Market is open
every Saturday from 8 a.m. to
1 p.m. at the comer of Lakeview
Avenue and Plant Street. Many
downtown businesses are open
as well for shopping.
For information about the
market, call Cheryl Fishel at
Garden Club to meet
Windrme= Gden Cu'
held Thursday, Nov. L2. at
WVni~ndenner Town Hall. A cof-
fee will be at 9:30 a~m, and the
peneral, meeing~ will begin at
The program art this meetings:
,III be-"Holiday! A-n-.uigemntsl"
prese~nted by Dawn Ran~y. a flo-
atl specialist at Publix Markett.
Guests and new members are
welcome to attend.
Oakland Pre~sbytetrian Church
offers a MOPS group for Moth-
ers of Preschoolers. The group
will meet the first and third
Mlrtonda of every monthr fr-om
9-10 a~rm. Nursery care w:ill be
provided for children,
For more Infaonnationl.contact
1'Tft';n) Goggans~ at 407-656-
email@example.com or Karen
Crabtree at 321-689-2349 or
Evans Class of 1980
The Evans High School Class
of 1980 is planning a reunion
for July 30 through Aug. 1,
2010, in Orlando. The commit-
tee is gathering names and ad-
dresses on classmates at www.
Class of i 984
The West Orange High School
Class of 1984 is planning its 25-
year reunion for Nov. 6-7 and is
inviting members of the classes
of 1982,'83 and '85 as well. To
provide addresses and other in-
formation, contact Kim Catrett-
Halsey at 407-617-0419 or mt-
A few of the West Orange High School Alumni who plan to participate in the 2009 Home-
coming parade and BBQ. Warniot graduates are invited to join them'
Sponsors needed for concert
of patriotic music in Ocoee
auditorium. Tickets are $10
each and aIre available by call-
ing Myra Kinnie, chairman of
the Symphony Steering Com-
mittee, at 407-654-4846. Kallnnie
said 2,50 tickets have already
This city-endorsed perfor-
mance comes with a price tag
of $10,000, and the commit-
tee is seeking sponsorships to
cover the cost of this cultural
event so that the ticket prices
are minimal. So far, $4,8100
has been raised through spon-
sorships from businesses and
Sponsorships are available
for $5,000 to, 6$ 50 For 55.000. .
the sponsor will receive a full-
page in the concert program,
the company name and logo
in all prinlt advertising and 20
tickets in reserved 4reating
For 52.500, the sponsor w~ill
receive a b.lllf-page ad in the
concert prog~raml the company
name in all print .uivertising
and 10 tickets ih reserved seat-
ing. For $1,000, the sponsor
will receive a quarter page to
the concert prognun, the com-
pany name on all print advertis-
ing and five tickets in reserved
seating. For $500, the sponsor
will receive a business card
size ad in the concert progr.ln
For $50,~ the spo~nsor w ill be
listedf in the L~~ccrrt p~rlogramll a
a Frirend of the Symphony.
For more information on
sponsorship opportunities, call
Sherry Dahistedt at 407-886-
The much-praised Florida
Lakes Symphony Orchestra
will perform a special concert
in Ocoee as part of its winter
tour on Feb. 20, 2.010. This
orchestra is composed of more
than 60 professional musicians
from all over the world and is
currently in its fifth season with
Saint-Clair and award-winning
conductor Michael J. Garasi.
The orchestra will perform a
patriotic-themed concert enti-
tled Heartlan~dAmerica, featur-
ing such selections as "America
the Beautiful" and "Rhapsody
in Blue, as well as compositions
by John Phillip Sousa, Stephen
Foster and Glen Miller,
The evening concert will be
held in the Ocoee High School
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Celebrating town's heritage
Above are the winners, of ,the Chili
and Dessert Cookoff at Saturday's
Oakland Heritage Festival. April
Joiner of Winter Garden won the
People's Choice dessert award,
Peggy McDonald of Ocoee won the
People's Choice and Chili Cham-
pion award, and Christine Smith
and Meagan Dolan won the Des-
sert Champion award. At right, the
Lakeview Middle School Jazz Band
performed for the crowd. Below, Joe
Pack of Lake Nona holds his chil-
dren, Elias, 5, and Julia, 2 1/2, so
they can get a closer look at Gun-
ner, a 20-year-old 'resident' of Oak-
land. Jon Territo owns Gunner.
Photos by Amy Quesinberry Rhode
and Chris Silveira
T-hursday, October 29, 2009
Olympia receiver Rashad Lawrence breaks away across tal in an effort to make the stop. The Titans defeated the
midfield as Ocoee cornerback Morris Henry goes horizon- Knights 35-18 at Ocoee High.
Olympia High's Ra-
shad Lawrence, at
left, hauls in a 3rd-
down pass over the
shoulder of Oiboee
strong safety Chris
Devaughn. At right.
Titan receiver Suis
for a catch over
Trenier Orr last Fri-
Both the Olympia boys and girls varsity golf
teams have captured district golf champion-
ships. After winning their seventh district title
since 2001, the Lady Titans followed up with a
second-place finish at this Monday's regional
tournament at Hunters Creek. Junior Jessica
Uem lead the way, shooting 75, while team
captain Mia Semaan followed with 79.
The girls head to Ocala next week to play
in the Florida High School State Tournament
on Tuesday and Wednesday.
district golf titles
The chilly wind at Orange Tree Country
Club earlier this month made what is tradi-
tionally one of the more difficult golf courses
in Orange County even tougher as the boys
team scratched out a narrow five-stroke vic-
tory over West Orange High to claim its fifth
consecutive district crown.
Jumior Davis Hall had the low score for the
Titans with 78, while teammates Mikey Hauer
and Joey Petronio both shot 80s. Seniors Ste-
ven Yang shot 82, and Alan~ Schneider finished
with 83. ,
"Orarige T'ree is pretty tight, and the wind
'just made it that much harder, so you had to
play conservative all day, said Davis. "If you
got any bitl aggressive the course would take
over, so I blit a lot of three irons off the tee just
to keep it in the fair-way."
The Lady Titans also played in windy but
warer conditions at MetroWest CountryClub
and crushed the field, shooting 85 stmokes better
than district runner-up East Ridge. Uem shot
the low round among all the competitors, but
she was not satisfied with her score of' 79.
I1 need to hit my irons a lot more conlsis-
tently to attack the ~lags motre accuratelyy" said
Uem. "I need to practice mor~e with mly irons
inte wind finished with 83 strokes at the dlis-
Antwan Stepherson caught a career-high
five passes for 124 yards and a touchdown
while Marvin Ford rushed for a career-high
113 yards on 21 carries to lead top-ranked Dr.
Phillips to a 24-0
victory over host
Oak Ridge last
DP (7-0, 3-0
District 6) recor~d- -
ed their fourth -. ..
shutout of the sea- o.'
son, tying a school ~ 9qb~.r
record set in 1988
(4-37) played the .
Panthers tough on
their own field,
driving to the DP
goal line onl the .-...
but the Panthler
yard tackle for loss f' fF3
by Char~les Fa;vor~s.
a1 paSs breank-upl by
Lan~uentin Smithl w i~
and a 10-yalrd salck
by Jamar Mcl~ow-
ell forced a1 field- .^v
goal attempt from
42 yards that sailed 4
wide left. .
Smith pounced -
on an Oak Ridge ,
fumble on its next
drive to set up z
Ford's 13-yard ,
r'un and qluarter~
back Nick Patti's Marvin Ford had a cat
one-yarld TD'1 for last week for Dr. PhilliF
a\ 7-0 lead. Sha~wn
Moff~itt belted aI 39-yard~c field goal for n 10-0
lea~d at the hanlf.
In the thlird quarterl the DP1 defen~lse gave tle
offencse a lift again. Junior saft'y Rod~erick
Ryles picked offl his third palss of the year a;nd
r~et~urned it 58 yard~ts to inside the Oa:k Ridge
five-yard line. Two plays later, Patti punched
it in again anld DP's lead grw to 17-0. Facing
third down near the Panther goal line on the
Pioneers' next possession, DP junior Chris
Harden came up
big with a nine-
yard sack, and
on fourth down,
.his second pass of
the year to kill the
~~~ would capitalize,
'* dri~ln mes yards in
only six plays that
spanned less than
two minutes of
~b~ Pgame time. Senior
ble Matey found
Stepherson for a
60-yarld gain and
again three plays
I ater for a 28-und1~
tion for the 241-0
DP gained 353
ynilds of total of-
fense, as Patti
'' completedtd 9 of
14 passes for 117
yards and Matey
wenlt 2 of 4 for 88
yards and a touch-
. ly, the Panther's
held the Pioneers
Photo by Chris Silveira to only 136 yards
ter-high rushing game of total offense
s. while recording
and fonur sacks (Curtis, Mcnowell, Harden
alnd Rulfael Ce~deno).
Tlhe Pa:nther~s recturn home for a tw~o-game
strtc~h '1r~iday aganinst Ganteway (HomeLcom-
ing) aInd the following F~riday vts. Flreedom
Mia Semaan watches her shot at Mon-
day's regional tournament,
Photos by ChrisS ilvoire
Celebrating Olympia's district boys golf title are (1-r) Steven Yang, Davis Hall, Coach
Kevin McElveen, Alan Schneider, Mikey Hauer and Joey Petronio.
Titans top 0coee
to keep playoff
Olympia High kept its postseason football dreams alive by de-
feating the home team Ocoee Knlights 35-18 last Friday night. The
Titans improved to 5-2 and 4-0 in District 5 play to remain in the
hunt for the team's first playoff appearance since, 2003.
The Knights took command of the game throughout the opening
quarter, though, shutting out Olympia while D.J. Gary punched
in a two-yard touchdown rtm for Ocoee. The Titans got on the
scoreboard in the second quarter when Henry Eaddy capped an
Olympia drive with a four-yard TD run, and the teams remained
locked at 7-7 into halftime.
Olympia-quarterback Trevor Siemian, who finished with 212
yard's on 19 of 29 passing, connected with Rashad Lawrence for a
six-yard touchdown pass to open the second-half scoring. Minutes
later, an interception by Siemian set up a 42-yard field goal by
Ocoee's Patrick Moore, cutting Olympia's lead to 14-10.
Ocoee had momentum on its side as Darrien Oliver picked off'
another Siemain pass to put the Knights in position to take the
lead. Ocoee quarterback Dustin Delmian, though, turned the ball
right back with an interception grabbed by Corianl Hamiltuo.
Olympia took control of the game with a fourth-quarter drive
that consumed six minutes of game clock. The Titans capped the
drive with a three-yard touchdown run by SiemianI. After an Ocoee
turnover on its following possession, Eaddy extended Olympia's
lead to 28-10 with a 14-yard scoring run. The Titan defense shut-
out Ocoee throughout the fourth quarter, giving the ball back to
Olympia for another scoring drive that ended with a three-yard
rushing TD by fullback Ryan Bishop.
Ocoee's Adrian Riley provided a last-minute highlight by rip-
ping off an 89-yard kickoff return to the end zone.
The Titans return home this Friday to host district power Apo-
pka, which also boasts an undefeated district record and the state's
No. 2 ranking. In order to qualify for the playoffs, Olympia must
win at least one of its final district games against either A.popka
or East Ridge (Nov. 6).
There remains the eligibility question, though, for Olympia
tailback Jarius Pace, who transferred this summer from East Ridge
and started for the Titans to open the season. Pace sat oult the Ocoee
game and has now missed four games while awaiting a ruling
by the FHSAA. If the state authority rules Pace as ineligible, the
Olympia wins in which he participated could be forfeited, thus
shutting the Titans out of the phiyoffs.
Ocoee dropped to 6-2 overall and looks to bounce back at East
Ridge this Friday night.
NO. 1 P80tilefS Foil to 7-0
Buidog goundfeaedPhoto by AIISports Photography
The Ocoee Buildog Pop Warner Mitey Mite football team capped its 8-0 season by de-
feating the Merritt island Mustangs. The Buildog defense allowed only 3 touchdowns this
season. Ocoee will compete against the Dr. Phillips Panthers this Saturday, Oct. 31, in
the P~op Warner Mitey Mite Bowl at Olympia High School. Gathered on the field are (I-r):
bottom row, Tyson Terry, Dallas Powell, Trevor Taylor, Marshall Johnson, Devin Dorsey,
Tyler Gray, Dylan Winn, Garrett Duffina; 2nd row, Dylan Clinger, Matt Wolfal, Nathan
Johnson, Brayden Hudson, Hagen Fry, Billy Preston, Jacob Gillette, Stephen Godek;
3rd row, Garrett Clark, Zac Tuckfield, Corey Street, Teddarius Adkins, Andrew Dunham,
Braxton Jones, Ethan Long, Mack Carroll, Kasey Finger; back row, Dylan Street, Tyler
Lewis, Dorian Jones, Parker Townsend. Sam Strausbaugh, Kian Halls, Hunter Mercer,
Ryan Lattner and Caleb Danner. Not pictured: Phillip Gray. The coaching staff consists
of (I-r) Jeff Dorsey, Mickey Stevens. Bruce Jones, Mike Godek, Kern Halls, Head Coach
Bobby Clark, Shawn Carroll, Charles Taylor, Josh Wolfal and Travis Mathias. Coach
Clark thanked the team's supporting parents and team moms Susan Townsend and
Ages a ano
Wednesday, October 30th
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 4'"
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Vetefan's Park Softball Complex across from
WGLL. If you have any questions, please don't hosi-
tate to contact Shane Swan at
2B Thec W~est OnruLge TimesM Thursday, Octbe 2, 00
Ocoee's Burkert wins
Alyssa Burkert chaclked uip
another cross country victory
for her illustrious career. T'he
Ocoee High senior won the
pilh imm4ity race a~t the Edge-
water Invitntiolnal at Tr.otter~s
Park last Friday with a time
Burkert led the race fr~om
the beginning and looks to r~e-
peat her performance at Trot-
ters Park this week when the
shoswil lb hl on tahe s
to get a feel
for a course
before a big
meet, and I
will work on
little bit nmore
because I run .
finish in a'-
best time of
Lady Knights ~FL
demsoefrid not have a ,
son event, asth 1 3p r
ners were ill. ALYSSA BUR
varsity boys cross country
t1eam cihod pl3th outt o
Edgewater Invitational. The
Knights were led by Ryan
Murphy, who finished 44th
in 18:52. Alex Satoski fin-
ished 57th in a personal-best
and sophomore-record time
of 19:05. Fellow sophomore
Thomas Rushin finished 85th
in 19:59. Freshmen' Chase
Morgan (20:08). Mathew
Mcne w( 1:4 d Clollin
The Ocoee cross country
teams also defeated Jones
High last week in a home dual
meet at OHS. Murphy (17:52)
led the boys with a first-place
finish. Rushin finished fourth
and was followed by Morgan
(seventh place), Robert Wil-
liams (ninth) and Corey Birch
(10th). Charles Lopez-Ham-
mock (21:2'0), Pentkowski
(21:22), Mathew Mccee
(21:45) and Jeffrey Wood
(21:57) also turned in strong
perf'ormances f'or Ocoes.
F~ishler led the Lacdy Knights
against Jones with a tiime of
20:48, iand Flore Septimlus riun
the course in 27:32.
T'he Ocoee varsity boys
bowling teamn lost to Foun-
dn'tion Academy 2,4,57-.2,38.5.
Johnny Lomberk had a high
series of 501 for the Knights,
anld Sam Rosenblum recorded
the high game of 213.
b het Ocoee freshmaO fo t
pia 12-8 last
~on a 15-yard
a run in the
ter, and Will
on a one-yard
TD run with
~left in the
game to seal
.the victory for
held Oly m-
less in the
y ~the Knights
with his hard
KERT ished the sea-
The Ocoee junior varrsity
f otb i R te tem ost t ymp a
a QB sneak from the one-yard
line after a successful drive to
start the second half.
The Ocoee varsity boys
golf team finished third out of
12 teams in the district tour-
nament. Zach Moore finished
second by shooting 70. The
Knights will advance to play
in the regional tournament to
be helldbat Willl~nermere Coln-
The Ocoee varsity boys
soccer team will open the
preseason with its Kickoff
Classic game at Seminole
High on Nov. 2. The Knijghts
will then play Lyman High on
Nov.4J. Both games are set for
Ocoee High will hold iits fall
sports assemblyv to honour fall 1
sports athletes onl Thursday.
Nov. 19, in the auditorium
during first and second peri-
ods. Parents are welcome and
invited to attend.
Photo by Derek Curtis
nishfeger, Thomas Bell, Loren Curry, Khalil Jones, Dekari
Castell, C.J. Flowers, Julius Bennett Jr., Christian Hurst,
Rashad Lodge, Zachary Miller, Terrell Lewis, Michael
Haar, Matthew Jackson, Nathaniel Harmon, Quantavious
Goodlow, Derek Johnson, Joshua Wilson, and the coach-
ing staff led by Head Coach Steve Hamishfeger.
Peffect SeaSOn -
The Ocoee Buildogs Pop Warner Midget football team fin-
ished its season with a 9-0 record and captured the 2009
West Conference championship. Celebrating their perfect
season are Brandon Diaz, Dontavions Jernigan, Gabriel,
McClary, Robert Larocca, Deandre Danlgerfield, lan Ste-
phens, Joshua Klima, Germari Cosby, Christopher Har-
plans 5K, aquathon
fOf NOV. 7
The 2nd Annual Run for the
Gift ,5K and Aqutathon will be
held at Southwest Aqualtics in
Winter Garden on Saturday,
The day's activities kick off'at
8 a.m. with the Aqulathon, which
consists of a500-yrd swim plus
a SK run. Participants may also
choose to run or swim in only
one of the events rather than
both. Post-race festivities will
include an awards ceremony,
petting zoo, face painting and
other faimly activities.
All proceeds from the event
are used by The Gift of Swim-
Ining program to provide swim
le n ister, call 407-905~-0999
or visit www.southwestaquat-
ics.com. Southwest Aquatics
is located at 205 Windermere
The West Orulngr High fresl-
man football team trebunded
from its first loss of the Sea1SOn
to teri~ Olymp( Las we u
led the Warriors with three
touchdowns and 60 yards frush-
ing. Fullback Toiny Bryant
scored one touchdown while
consuming yardage up the
middle and rushing for 55 yards.
Alsorunlnine the ball well were
Roderick erniga~n and Michael.
Onr de~fense), ustinl Ed~ge. J.RZ.
Perkrinls Winston~ Cha~tanlg.
M~alik T'hompson alnd Mic~ha\e
Sta~lliby: had outstanding panels.
alongII with the rest of the defen-
The Foundation Acaderiy varsity girls vol-
leyball team has excelled all yeasr, finishing
the regular season with a 19-6 record, and will
be hosting the Class IA District 6 tournament
this week. Foundation enters as the No. I seed
and two-time defending champion. The tour-
nament's championship game is set for this
Thursday, Oct. 29, at 7 p.m.
The Lady Lions played in the Orangewood
Christian Tournament last weekend and took
home third place.
The varsity boys golf team finished sixth
out of15 schools last week in the ClasslA Dis-
trict 11 tournament. Alex Gates led the team
with 77 strokes and tied for fifth place over-
all. Gaston Khoury shot an 80 and riarrowly
missed advancing to the regional tournament
after losing in playoff for the final spot. The
scores were affected by the extremely windy
Robert Smith, a junior, led the varsity boys
cross country team with an Ilth-place finish
in a time of 18:38 at the Mt. Dora Bible Cross
Country Invitational. Smith will now prepare
for the district meet, as he attempts to advance
to regionals for the second straight year.
The Foundation middle school football
team defeati-d Merritt Island Christian 39- 13
to clinch a berth in the conference champrion-
ship set focr this T'hursday. Oct. 29., at Lake
The varsity football te~am crushed He~mando
Christian 69-30 last Friday night, improving
to 5-2 on the season. The Lions jumped out to
a 62-6 half time lead, as rcrler hing they' did
seemed to work.
The first play on offense was a 65-yard
touchdown run by Wes Murray, who finished
with 12'6 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
Kehny Strong continued his record-breaking
season by rushing for 243 yards and four
touchdowns. Strong's season totals through
six games now include 1,011 yards rushing
and 19 total touchdowns.
Other top performers mecluded Blake Sum-
mers (71-yard kickoff return TD, fumble
recovery), Jorge Sugranez (touchdown. in~
perception), Darius Lis (touchdown, blocked
kick, seven tackles, fumble recovery), Josl1
Greathouse (14 tackles) and Tal1 Minks (10
Foundation will plaly St. John's Lutheran this
Friday night at home for a berth in the Sun-
shine State Athletic Conference championship
game. Both teams enter the game undefeated
in the conference.
Wildfire win Classic
The Windermere Wildfire 95 girls fastpitch softball team won a berth in the ASA Hall of
Fame National Tournament by winning the Disney Citrus Classic. The Wildfire worked
their way through the double-elimination competition featuring the best teams in Florida
by going 6-0. The Hall of Fame tournament will coincide with the College Softball World
Series in Oklahoma City, Okla. Celebrating their win at Disney are (1-r): front row, Lainey
Dorris, Emily Mackedon, Arielle Pollock, Lexi Graham, Sarah Lang; back row, Coach
Mike Lang, Paige Kovalsky, Madison Paulson, Taylor Ziegler, Megan McReynolds,
Marisa Kugelmann, Tori Van Camp and Manager George Paulson.
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Playing for another championship this week are Lady Lions Meredith Leiferman, Hannah
Smith, Cary Sugranez, Bekah Higgs, Heidi Cote', Ashlee Hodgskin, Courtney Noble,
Maddy Cox, Rebecca Richards, Macy McRaney, Shanice Malone and Leah Richards.
Lady .Lions seek district 3-peat
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Hamley Barharita Jaclyn Licncoln, pAlexis Carrez Jui annaj Wrigthtn Sara Sounth andAnn
Whispering Oak 2nd-graders from Ms. Bridges' class rn~ade wind vanes while learning
about weather in Mrs. Edwards' primary science lab. The straws used by all 12 2nd-
gV de clase Ito make their wind vanes were donated by Panera Bread at Winter Garden
Ocoee. High School's Science National Honor Society participated in the Buddy Walk
supporting Dowin Syndrome Research and raised donations of $253.50. They have also
contributed to the Leukemia Society and American Heart Association walks. On Oct. 31,
they will walk in the Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk.
Ocoee High 's Air Force
Junior Reserve Officers'
Training Corp presented
the colors at the city
of Orlando's Mayor's
Hispanic Heritage Month
Luncheon on Oct 16. The
event featured Argen-
tinean food, dance and
song and was held in
observance of Hispanic
Heritage Month, an event
that unifies the people
of Spain, the Carib-
bean and North, Central
and South America in
colorful celebrations of
heritage and history.
b ^~Fe I- "' -2 IL O I
Dr. Joel Garcia, a cardiologist from the Orlando Heart Center visited students at Cen-
tral Florida Prep. Garcia brought a model of the heart and numerous stethoscopes so
each child could listen to each other's heartbeats. The Montessori class asked questions
about the human body and how it works. Garcia also spoke about eating healthy and
how to keep your body strong.
Leading the pack in the middle school race at the WPS Boosterthon are 7th-grader
Jay Hunter (1-r), 8th-grader James Cornwell and 7th-graiders Joshua Eberhart and Luis
them with monetary pledges for
laps completed. The proceeds
from the Boosterthon are go-
ing to help the WPVA fund a
new outdoor grill. Twenty-five
percent of the middle school
net profit will go to the charity
chosen by the class who gets
the most pledges.
WPS supports -
Windermere Prep Students
recently walked, skipped and
ran along the course at the
recent Boosterthon Fun Run
fund-raiser sponsored by the
Windermere Prep Volunteer
The Boosterthon combined
character building and fitness
awareness with fund-raising
and culminated in a marathon-
like race, in which most stur-
dents reached their goal of
completing 35 laps. Students
had friends and family sponsor
..be tidiaschlarsh$, service
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Lake Whitney was proud to host its annual Open House and Taste of P/E on the evening
of Sept. 24. Parents were invited to visit their child's classroom and enjoy a sampling
from many of the school's Partners in Education. Students Riley Welch, 1-r, Megan Pagi-
luca and Rachel Meyers join American Pie (on Moore Road) employee A//ex Krause and
owner Mike Gonzalez at the event.
--- Chain of Lakes
Faculty and staff enjoy a variety of foods at Chain of Lakes Middle's inaugural Men's
Bake-off to raise funds for the United Campaign. Male staff members baked their favorite
foods and the ladies brought their change and voted for their favorites. Charlies Clenney
,won 1st place fo~r his chicken and rce dish. Jimmy Say was runner-ubp for his pumpkin
a roll and third pladre went to Jason Jo~uza 's chocolate rum cake.
Ocoee Hiigh --
.-------- Central FlOrlda Prep
Mrs. Mattucci's 2nd-grade class at Thornebrooke Elementary, participated in a *mock
camnpout in their classroom. The students were celebrating Theme 2 in their Houghton
Mifflin reading books that deals with the topic of nature. The class sat around a pretend
campfire, ate s'mores, sang campfire songs, went on a nature walk and read Accelerated
Reader books in tents.
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Thiornebrooke -- ---
Officers of Olympia's chapter of the Science National Honor Society are, 1-r: in front,
Julie Chabot (historian), Sabrina Castro (co-secretary), Tatiana Sayegh (co-secretary);
in back, Alex Bentield (president), Logan Valentine (vice president) and Chas Robinson
(treasurer). Earlier this month, the chapter inducted nearly 100 students. To be eligible for
consideration, each student must have a minimum 3.5 unweighted overall GPA, a mini-
mum 3.5 unweighted GPA in science, successful completion of a college-level science
class and a favorable recommendation from the science department. The speaker for
the ceremony, Dee W~oolford, gave a speech about the organ donation program in Cen-
tral Florida. The officers thank Nancy Bridge (science department chair), Dr. Ava Green
(assistant principal), M\/ichael Simpson (orchestra director) and the Titan custodians for
assisting in the induction ceremony.
Seniors Alex Benfield
and Shawntae Zack-
ery are Olympia High 's
throughout high school, be
endorsed and recommended
by the high school principal,
write and essay and earn SAT
scores that confirm the PSAT/
Two types of scholarships
will be offered. Every finalist
will compete for one of the 700
one-time National Achieve-
ment $2,500 Scholarships,
which will be awarded on a re-
gional representation basis. In
addition, corporate and busi-
ness sponsors will underwrite
about 100 Achievement Schol-
arship awards for selected fi-
NMSC will announce the
scholarship winners in early
named at 01lypa
Jenny Gibson-Linkh, prin-
cipal of Olympia High, an-
nounced that seniors: Alex
Benfield and Shawntae Zack-
ery have been named the
school's National Achievement
The National Achievement
Corp. (NMSC) announced the
names of more than 1,600
black American high school
seniors who have been desig-
nated semiblnallsts in the 46th
Annual National Achievement
Scholarship Program. These
students will compete for ap-
proximately 800 Achievement
Scholarship awards, worth
about $2.6 million, to be of-
fered this spring.
The National Achievement
Scholarship Program, con-
ducted by NMSC, is a privately
financed academic competi-
tion that operates without gov-
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more than 29,500 young men
and women have received
awards worth$94 million,
Approximately 1,300 semi-
finalists are expected to fulfill
additional requirements and
advance to the finalist level in
the 2010 program.
To advance to the finalist
level in the competition, semi-
finalists must present a record
of high academic performance
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Firefighters Jason Fisher and Patryk Lesniewski with the Lake County Fire Department
visited Woodlands Lutheran School during Fire Prevention Week. They showed the chil-
dren the equipment they use each day and allowed each of them to spray the fire hose.
--~~ VWindermere --
--The First Academy -
Windermere Elementalry students Jessica Woy, Allison
Kish, Michelle McKenna and Kennieke Ellis skip, hop and
dance to the beat during the PTA fund-raiser, Boosterthon
FunRun. This year's theme, 'Stand up and Change the
World,' was a success. The children learned about witness'
fun and the importance of good character. WES thanks all
the families who helped support the PTA.
----- Oco~ee Middle ~
Melissa Keating prepares
lessons for her 4th-graders
on Florida history. The stud-
les will culminate with a trip
to St. Augustine.
- Brid eater -
Partners in Education
Bridgewater Middle is grate-
ful to its Partners in Educa-
tion, which have helped raise
more than $400 through Spirit
events. A .percentage of each
event goes back to the school
to support scholarships funds.
`clubs, band and sports.
Spirit events set for Novem-
ber are: Monday, Nov. 2, NYPD
Pizza, Avalon and Stoneybrook
West; Tuesday, Nov. 3, Texas
Roadhouse, Ocoee; Sunday,
Nov. 8, Cookies and Cream,
Winter Garden Village at Fowl-
er Groves; Monday, Nov. 9,
Monster Indoor Mini Golf, Win-
ter Garden; and Saturday, Nov'
14, Uno's Chicago Grill, Winter
G rde Vlae so,N Mn r
Deli; and Tuesday, Nov. 17,
Five Guys Burgers, Winter
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Fifth-graders at The First Academy are among the 1st to be inducted into the school's
newly established chapter of the National Blementary Honor Society. TFA also inducted
a group of 4fth-grade students into the chapter.
and "The Preamble." This fam-
ily-friendly, hour-long show will
also feature an art show pre-
sented by TFA Middle School
visual art students.
General admission tickets
are $2.50 for students, $5 for
adults and are available at the
For more information, visit
www.thefi rstacademy. org.
Llvel Jr '
The First Academy will re-
vive its Middle School Evening
at the Arts event on Nov. 5 at
7 p.m. and Nov. 6 at 3:30 p.m.
Performances will take place
in the First Orlando Student
Center on the campus of First
Baptist Orlando, 3000 S. John
The fun and energetic mu-
sical follows a new teacher,
Tom, as he prepares for his
first day of teaching and meets
the Schoolhouse Rock gang.
By enjoying familiar songs
from favorite Schoolhouse
Rock! episodes, Tom is re-
minded that learning can be
fun. Numbers include "Con-
junction Junction." "Just a' Bill"
Congratulations to 8th-grader Arianna Martinez of Ocoee
Middle School for winning 2nd place at the 4th Ami~ual
Peace Art Exhibit, which is associated with the Peace Film
Festival. Her work was exhibited at Orlando City Hall. She
is pictured with her mother, Dionne IMartinez, and Principal
Tildenville Elementary staff and studerjts helped kinder-
garten classes celebrate their annual Color Week. Every-
gonewr o*,ordj sir fr ea hday a te ekandrgeadden
garden classes learned their colors and how to read, write
and spell their color words.
-------Keene's Crossing ----
Spring Lake thanks the staff,
students and parents wh~o
came out for Spinit Night
at Chick-fil-A at West Oaks
Mall. Dr: Osborne and Kay-
lee Anastasi are pictured
enjoying the evening.
OCREA to meet
of,'' O o ge Co 0)> yeti
TIhursdany. Nov 5, at10 Illnm at
CIllege Park Ulnited Met~hodist
Churc.Lh, 644 W. Pr1inceton St.,
turc~ a musical salute to Broa,:d-
way b'y the'II''~C` 1henones Forman
information, visit thle accr-n-f.
org! or calll 4107-(i77-0444(>
Staff, families, and community gathered for a successful
School1 Sp/tit Night onl Tuesday, Cct. 20 at Chick-fil-A. This
was the second School Spirit Night for brand new school
Keaene's Crossing Elementa~ry located in Windermerue.
-- Spring Lake Tildenville ----_
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EVERYONE EN JOYS A FITTING REPLY: IT IS WONDERFUL
TO SAY TH E RIG HT TH ING AT THE RIGHT TIME!
CHURCH OF CHRIST
1450 Daniels Rd.
Winter Garden 407-656-2770
9:30 am Worship Gathering
10:45 am Bible Communities
5:00 pm Adult Bible Study
Y/adnesday 7:00 pm
Roper YMCA. 100 Windermere Rd-
SBible Hr. 9:15am
Worship Sery. 10:30am
Tom Welch Pastor 407-903-1384
CHURCH OF GOD
CHURCH OF GOD
11W. Plan St. Winter Garden
Sunday School 9:45
Worship 10:30, 6pm.
Wed. Sve. 7:30pm, Youth,
Men's & Women's Ministries.
OCOEE CHURCH OF GOD
Pastor Thomas Odom
105 6 L Teood Avenue, Ocoee
890 Vineland Rd. Winter Garden
407-656-3949 Pastor Jlm Crayne
Sunday: 10:30 am & 6:00pm
Wednesday: Family Night 7:00pm
WHERE EVERYONE FELS LIKE FAMILY
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On te corner of Main St. and Tilden.
ST ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH
l.,\ 11~ 1, ,,I n, .. .: M ontl)
H~astilg SI. ec K an R d
off West Colonial
Rose Pinla/Businless Bnllkinlg O)riCef
14705W Co oini Dr-
CONGREGATION SINAl C/P
Services at 8 pm followed by a
on thte se anrd finialkFli a
303 A North highway 27 in Mir
Information available at 352-21
ZION NEW LIFE AND
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
16161 Marsh Rd., Winter Gard
S una Fco al am e 9:1S
www.zion newl if e@e mbarq mail
Enrolling students nowl
PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd, Winter G;
Serv. 8:30am & 10:45am
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
unlb an DelanfFaith 000
Call about our preschool.
PR SB ~EIAN CHURCH OF THE
Conro -Windermere Rd.@ L incoln Ave.
Sunday School 9:00AM, Worship 10:30
Worship on Wed. 7:DO 7:30 PM
"Come hear the Gospel"
Rev. Ferdinand Brits
GRACE WORSHIP CENTER
10372 E Pla~nt Winter Garden.
Pastor Rick Faircloth
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd.
Windermlere, FL 34786
407-876-2112 Worship times:
9:00am Trraditional Service
11:15am Contemporary Praise Service
10:15am Sunday School for Adults and
Children held between the two services
A\Conununity Cnhur h407-6%-6044I
94X)0 am an 10:45 am ~htship Service
THE CROSSINGS, A COMMUNITY CHURCH
Comer of McKinnon Rd. and Lake
BI mn~tr Sc Io 1 :00 n Wrh p
Sunday 9:30am 407-877-8665
Meeting at West Orange High School
1625 Beulah Rd
Winter Garden, FL 34787
FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE m
305 Beulah Rd, Winter Garden~ FL 34787
Rev. Rick Pane. 877-7735
OAKLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL
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.
CROSSROADS FAMILY FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Jim Watson
Sun. 9:45 a.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m.
16913 Lakeside Dr.
M2 b ovjs .FoL 3M nterde Academy)
AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
533 W. Plant St
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
SNda SRvice DtE9N& 11:15 AM
Meeting @( Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere
Sunday Fait/ly Bible H~our9Y:15nni
Syndady Worship Service 10:39nm l
'Imn We'Clch.l Pn kn'
ur aHMNI Owl~hI) -otWoownliKan
mankl.c~onl ~ 407.R77.0
~l'1hurEsdry, O!_ctolwr 29,20 h etOag 2e 5BU
Victoria and Caroline Hwang from Mrs. Gifford's 1st-grade
class at Bay Meadows dressed in red, white and blue to
celebrate Freedom Week.
- Central Florida Christian Academy--
1sabel Griffiths, left, pictured with Mariah Lindsey.
A young girl
with a big heart
Being a senior at Foundation
Aademy it stil Iusrprie a
a difference in their commu-
nity. I was blown away when I
heard about 11-year-old Isabel
Griffith is in the sixth grade
and she is already making an
impact in her community. I had
the pleasure of interviewing
her and finding out more about
her compassionate service
SGriffith made desserts and
sold them to Foundation Acad-
in English, Spanish
The Winter Garden Library
offers free computer classes each
month in English and Spanish.
For information, call 407-656-
4582. The library is at 805 E.
Plant St. in Winter Garden.
TIhe Walnter Garden Library
has programs" for children on
Wednesday. Tiny Tales is pre-
sentedbiar\t 10158 s~. in at
dler Time is at 10:45 a.m. for
children 18-36 months. Story-
book Fzun for those ages 3-5 is
at 11:15 a.m.
The library is on East Plant
emy's student body during
lunch in order to benefit Can-
cer Care for Kids. In four d ys,
shih chshea tilsera seo Can
cer Care. Griffith stated to me
that her reason for doing this
project started out as her com-
munity service. However, she
became passionate about the
Cancer Care for Kids and de-
cided to make an impact in her
community. Griffith ended the
interview by stating that she
plans on helping Cancer Care
for Kids every year.
By Mariah Lindsey
Maxey Elementary Pre-K and kindergarten classes partici-
pated in 'Read for the Record' on Oct. 8. This is an an-
nual worldwide event in which students, teachers, parents
and community members all share the same book through
reading aloud. This year's book was 'T-he Very Hungry
Caterpillar.' Here, kindergarten teacher Ann Phongsvanit
reads aloud to her students*
---------- Westbrooke -------
Jonathan Detwiler, 1-r; Shelby Khandasammy, Sarah Ed-
ouard, Brandon Dobbs and Joel Edouard' supplement
their academic classes by spending time in the school's
computer lab learning about vocational job opportunities.
grades. Patriot's Pen is for stu-
dents in sixth through eighth
can bm rahdam 4B0a7 6 6
3078 or Janis Spicer at 407-
656-5586 for information or
West Orange VFW Post 4305
and Ladies Auxiliary invite
youth to enter several contests
ientnern oenr roe Te daa
Voice of Democracy is for
students in ninth through 12th
nahe iT Roowsk i hndT che rShof on w Year LiaHuit
Sanbert PK hon o teo Yas an
Lisa Hewitt as Teacher of the
Year. The surprise announce.
mnt ws mtadee b~yn PrnM p
Bixler said of Targowski
"Any principal would treasure
having Kathy as their secre.
Hewitt won for her compas-
sion ds rca~tonsands hetity
er. Sixier thought the award
was wel h'shred ho roHeew t
rs et of her~students, aar-
ents and peers."
Congratulations to both
Wildcat staff members.
West Orange Montessori
students Angelina Alarcon
and Falya Hussein work to-
gether on a puzzle.
ery care w ill be provided for
For more information, con,-
tact Tiffany Goggans at 4t07~-
656-4452 or go to www.oak.-
Oak land Presby terian
Church offers a MOPS group
for Mothers of Preschoolers.
The group will meet the first
and third Monday of every
month from 9-10 a.m. Nurs-
9th St. Winter Garden,Fl. Next to willies
BBQ. Sun.Even 5pm Wed. Even 7pm
Come and be revived by the word of
God.Pastor: Alisa Smith 407-535-1761
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
125 E Plant St., Winter Garden
Sun~d s 8i:30 m Traditional
11:00 am Contemporary
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Bible Study Group for all ages.
Pastor Tim Grosshans -
CROWN POINT BAPTIST CHURCH
1333 E. Crown Point Rd.
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
6471 Bulah3Road, Winter Garden
Pastor G. Steve Rice.
STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
611 West. Ave., Ocoee
Pastor Jeff Pritchard
WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb St., Oakland, FL.,
www stora gebaptist.org
Pastor Jay Edmonson
WHEDDST OUNVDEOR CPEI R
1006 E. Crown Pt. Rd.
Winter Garden, FL.
RESURRECTIa0N CMTHOLIC CHURCH
Winter Garden. 407-656-3113
NEW HORIZONS Sunday services at 8AM. 9:30AM 11AM
CHRISTIAN CHURCH & 7I:00PM with Sunday SChool f or all
Temporarily meeting at ages at 9:30.
Westbrooke Elementary School Child Care &Youth Ministry.
500 Tomyn Blvd., Ocoee www.churchotthemessiaJh.com
10 A.M. Worship~and Groups
EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
4950 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd. Orlando,
FL 32819. 1 block south of
Conroy-Windermere Rd. on right.
Sunday Services 8:30am.10:30am.
and 6:30pm. Sunday School for all
ages 9:30am and Children s Chapel at
10:30am. Childcare provided.
CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH
5425 South Apopka-Vineland Rd.
9:45 AM, Sunday School,
11:00 AM, Worship Service.
Located at the comer of Lakeview
A e~fm wgor P 07-656-1135
125 N. Lakeview Ave.
h caef o
,e OCOEE OAKS UMC
nneola 201 S. Clarke Road, COoee, FL.
43-5353 8:30am Traditional 10:00am SS
11:00am Contemporary. Monday night
services at 7:00pm. Pastor Ernie Post
R ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
ean 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd.
m s i tiaemP t Bans eLead P~asthor
Farabee-Puckett, The Rev. Jenn Stiles
i.com Williams. Dr David Stephens
Srdtuoal t nWIT 9:30 & 11:00 an)
Contemporary 9:30 am & 5:30 pm
n edra 407-876-4991 www.st.lukes or9
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VFW contests for local youths
MOPS group meets at Oakland Presbyterian
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General grounds and build.
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is accepting applications
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or call Peggy at 407-656-
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udto Sor 34 dab ek. Irn-
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ITEMS FOR SALE
including electric lift/carrier
wiring harness for vehicle'
new batteries $1,000 080.
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Double stroller $15. Riding
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and Saturday. 10/29
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2 CHIHUAHUAS: both
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CHOW CHOW Puppies 5
cinnamon, 3 males and 2
females, 6 weeks old, $250
each, ready to go November
14th. Call 407-297-0652.
LOST & FOUND PETS
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FREE TO GOOD
FREE CHOW, Female. Cin,
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2001 Nissan Aitimla $350!
2003 VW Jetta 4001 PO-
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65 ROOMS/ CIENCY C
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES
035 SCHOOLS AND
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY
070 LOST &FOUND
100 GENERAL OFFICE
15 PRF SSIONAL
1 R STURNT/HOTEL/MOTEL
15 SEA THBEA P
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED
liew carpet, washer/dryer,
dishwasher, refridge, stove,
laundry room, 1 large mas-
ter bedroom, 1 full bath,
large private porch, living
& dining room, clothes
line. No pets. No smoking.
$675/mo, property deposit.
2/1 DUPLEX Downtown
WG near WO Trail. $700/
mo. Call 407-656-9762.
2/2, CARPORT, $675 per
month, no pets, call 407-
WINTER GARDEN 1BR
$645, 2BR $695, 3BR $895
on Lake Apopka. Water/
Sewer included. 1mo FREE
on 2br! 407-656-7162.
Marshall Farms Rd
*Water orno Pay
Servidn all ot Cenhamol ldra
S.E. Dollen, Inc.
W\inler Garden longest
Casnald F~L since 1981
.All Service Tecsr~ are
Joumedmn tasJ Ir d~
REMO nDELN &Hnd.
man Services, small repalrs
to comrplete kitlchle and
baths. 352-321-1006 An-
thony. 12/1Tam l
$900 per month, Includes
electric and AC. 407-739.
INDUSTRIAL SPACE for
lease, easy turnpike access'
OFFICE BUILDING, private
office with connecting con-
forence room. Additional
office area with two desks.
Breakroom, waiting room.
$875/mno. Allen 407-616-
OFFICE SPACE for rent:
Hwy 50, Winter Garden in
Windtree Professional Cen-
ter. Two separate offices,
bathroom, and small stor-
age area. $500/month plus
5500 security. Call Land and
Homes Real Estate at 407-
300-458 cel in./508thr80-
Homes. Deposit $250, utili-
rgie 1 or enenacse
WINTER GARDEN 1/2
Acre & Up Industrial Lots
Call 321-217-1713. tfnjcsh
LOTS & ACREAGE
LAND BARGAIN 21+ AC
Only $89,900 Beautifully
wooded acreage close to
FL/GA border. Enjoy end of
road privacy! Perfect for
weekend getaway/ cabin in
woods/ horse farm. Pos-
sible subdivide. Excellent
financing. Call owner now
26ercto ON ac eseto9
acres each. Located in New
River Gorge Area of West
Virginia. Timber Recre-
ation Investment Hunting
- Development. Auction on
November 14. Go to www.
woItz.comT to see photos.
property details, preview
dates and actio terms,
brcaue 0 m Wolhtz~B
1000R Wol ta e rkcats
WINTER GARDEN Storage
Units 10'x15' $75mo,
10'x25' $150mo, 15'x30'
- s27smo, electric includ-
ed. Call 407-739-8454.
CEMETERY LOTS for sale.
Trinity Lutheran Church
Downtown Orlando has five
burial spaces for sale. Four
are in the Garden Of Rest in
Glenhaven Memorial Park
in Winter Park and one is in
Woodlawn Memorial Park,
Section J. The Garden of
the Four Apostles. All are in
closed sections of the cemn-
etery. For details call 407-
TCOON 0AND EFFICIENCY
WINTER GARDEN, private
2BD/28A CONDO. Ranlge, home gated, tumnished, utl.
retagperator. dishwvashot. i hes Included. $100tweek .
washeridryer. cslntral ait 321-332-8323 or 407-496
Patto & outside storage 261 09i
Call Wlindsor RealltY. Inc
8ill Straugh 40;7 716-3010P~7 d(~;l~ jV (VUI
EV(FRON(T CONDO '
o"2 W:. v A ccb WN8TERteGARuDEpdrivate
ser garbanc dsDSL ad 2-323 or4Td6
8n~ght House avai~able.24109r
Nonismrokers40 -t: )J
966 d29tu 1'311
Srie A~orab Te
Servi e, ritmmln and r 3
DAVWOD~twnoCONDO FORRfENTnw I W-
vice In~c. Licensed and In- hIthrame "us rmdl.
'ured tree esnates. soon inov tile. adp t b d nt
---'-~--- washer. hook up for washer
MISGUUII~US mntdh lus 7i50tssaur ty
MISCLLAMDUS Call Land and Homres Real
Estate at 407-877-2840 of-
PROFESSIONAL ROCK & 8 e r833045 et
Roll Karaoke! Music and -
Lighting for l events. oe-WNTEE GRES
esio an~d par-Condominium 2 Bedroom,
2 Bath. $650 per month.
---plus $500 secunty and dam.
ageC deposit. No Pels. Call
i _: ..~___.~ -~~.
1200 SQ. FT.. Office/Retail.
31 S. Main Street. previous
Cad P oprtis 4 -5 -
WINTER GARDEN Pro.
lessional Ottice Space for
rent. North DIllard Street.
Please call 407-656-2812.
2 ROOM OFFICE Sulite.
$350 per mnthnl. private
bathrooms. 2cod floor.
31 S. Main Stree. Candy
CIAL OFFICE wlStorage
for Lease. Licensable, 900-
ak0 Psa e. Wi8tle6 Garde
Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk.
- s .-
Classified Ad @
HOMES FOR RENT
3/1 WINTER Garden, $800
p/mnonth, appliances includ-
B0RI1^ sesoluo. .
OCOEE 38R/18A house.
tenlced yard 5825. Clermont
3/2/1 townhlouse, like nlew
$800. Pets considered.
Soreno Realty 407-654-
8222 or www.seionorealty.
4BR 2BA Foredlosure!
$11.500! Only $217/Mo!
5%b down 15 years @ 8%
apr. Buy. 3 Br $199/Mo! tor
listings (800)366-9783 ext
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LIMITED TIME ONLY
of the Circuit Court, Orange
~Coun y, Florlda, the address of
I~c~rlL~Sulte 340, Orlando, FL 32801.
The names and addresses of
the Personal Representative
---- ------ and the Personal Representa-
tive's attorney are set forth
CONRTTHECRIROCRUATE Alidct it s oortshoe do a elt,
COUNTY, FLORIDA' claims or demlands agninst th0
decadent's estate on whom a
PROBATE DIVISION copy of this notice hans boon
Division\ O1 served mulst file their claims
File No. 48-2009002021-0 with this Court at the address
set forth above WITHIN THE
IN RE: ESTATE OF LATER OF THREE MONTHS
MARGARET P. KLAY, A/K/A AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PRINCESS MARGARET KLAY PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
Deceased. CAS SET FORTH BELOW OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
NOTICE TO OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
CREDIORSTHISNOTICE ON SUCH CRED-
(Summary Administration) '
All other creditors or persons
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING having claims or demands
CLAIMS OR DEIVIANDS aantdecadent's estate on
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES- w om a copy of this notice has
TATE: not been served must file their
'You are hereby notified that an claims Vvith this Court at the
Order of Summary Admlnistra- address set forth above WITH-
tion has been entered In thees- IN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
tate of MARGARET P. KLAY, DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
alk/a PRINCESS MARGARET TION OF THIS NOTICE AS SET
KLAY, deceased, File Number FORTH BELOW.
'48-2009-002021-0, bythe Cir-
cuit Court for Orange Coun y, ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
Florida, Probate Division, toe NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
address of which is 425 North PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
Orange Avenue, Room 340. TION733.7020F THE FLORIDA
OradFlorida32801;thatthe PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
decedent's date of death was EVER BARRED.
September 10, 2009; that the
total value of the estates $0.00 N01WITHSTANDING THE TIME
and that the names and ad- PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE.
dresses of those to whom it has ANY CLAIM FlUED TWO (2)
been assigned by such order YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
are: DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
Address The date of the first publication
Mary A. Petty-Horner of this notice is October 22.
1130 Gopher Slough Road 2009.
Mims, FL 32754 Personal Representative:
Eulon Sibley Rolling
10424 Cypress Rd. JUDITH E. HINSON
Leesburg, Florida 34788 358541 Way South, #468
St. Petersburg, FL 33711
Carlton Rlcky Rolling
1065RosemaryDr. Attorney o esnl
Orlando, Florida 32807 ~ SnfBRep fresnttie:RICS.MASH
Karl Myron Rolling Law Office of Eric S. Mashbumn,
52 Hannah Dr. P.A.
Asheville. North Carolina Post Office Box 771268
28804 Winter Garden, FL 34777-
AL NNOTTR TTE PERSONS Ph no number: (407) 656,
All creditors of the estate of the Flrid ma rNu r: 239013666
decedent and persons having 10/22.10/29
claims or demands againstte
teha those r h my prvso
for full payment was made in
the Order of Summary Admin-
istration must file their claims NOTICE UNDER
with this court WITHIN THE FICTITIOUS NAME
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE STATUTE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS *
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR- Notice is hereby given that the
EVER BARRED. u~n er gn~ed pursatnet to he
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY ter865.09, FloridaStatutes,will
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME register with the Division of
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM Corporations, Department of
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR State. State of Florida upon
MORE AFTER THE DECEDET'S receipt of proof of the Dubilca-
DATE OF DEATH IS tion of this notice, the fictitious
BARRED. name, to-wit: SPARKNIGHT
under which we are engaged In
The date of first publication of .business at 5760 S. Semoran
this Notice is October 22, Blvd., Orlando,.Florida 32822.
2009. That the party laterested in said
business enterprise Is as fol-
Attomey for Person Giving No- lows: Spar knight, LLC
Is/ Heather C. Kirson Dated at Orange County, Florida.
Heather C. Kirson October 20, 2009
Florida Bar No. 0044359 10/29
801 N Magnolia Ave
Orlando, FL 32803
Telephone: (4 7 422-3017
"H~:Y for Mr 7A. Petty- GCA EON F NTRIRA
mer REVISED NOTICE OF
Person Giving Notice: PUBLIC HEARING
/s/ Mary A. PtyHorner
Mary A Petty- mrer The Ciy Commission of the City
1130 Gopher Slou b Road of Winter Garden will hold a
Mims, Rorida 3275 Public Hearing at a Regular
102,1029Mntio tg be held on Tuesday.
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true
and correct copy of the forepo-
Ing was furnished via First
Class US Mail this 23 day of
October, 2009 to:
Stephen J. Bozarth, as Trustee
of the Land Trust Agreement
8 Nrh Magnolia Avenue,
Sulte 1500, Orlando, Florida
RAILEY & HARDING, P.A.
Bv: Mark S. Reisinger, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 0490695
20 North Eola Drive
Orlando, FL 32801
Telephone: (0) 648-9119
Facsimile: (0 648-8049
Attorneys fo Plintiff
Orange County Towing & Re-
covery, Inc. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Llen and intent
to sell these vehicles, 08:00 am
at 1908 N. FORYSTH ROAD
ORLANDO, FL 32807, pursuant
to subsection 713.78 of the
Florlda Statues.0Orange County
Towing & Recovery, Inc. re-
serves the ri ht to accept or
reject any an lor all bids.
PONT Grand Prlx
Auction Date: 11/14/2009
Thlat tho (party) (parties) Inlter-
estel In sulid bus noass (is) (aru)
Dated: October 23, 2009, Or-
an a gCounty, Florida
NO ICE OF
PUB IC SALE
ON 11-9-09 @P 9:00AM AT
RALPH JOHNSON TOWING,
11409 W. COLONIAL DR.
OCOEE, FLORIDA. THE FOL-
LOWING VEHICLES WILL BE
SOLD FOR CASH FOR THE
TOWING AND STORAGE PUR-
SUANT TO SUBSECTION
713.78OF THE FLORIDA STAT-
UES. SOME OF THE VEHICLES
POSTED MAY HAVE ALREADY
BEEN RELEASED AND NOT
ELIGIBLE FOR SALVAGE
92 FORD 4D VIN# 2FACP-
RALPH JOHNSON'S TOWING
SERVICE RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT
ANY AND ALL BIDS. BIDDING
BEGINS AT THE AMOUNT
OWED. ALL VEHICLES SOLD,
AS IS. NO WARRANTIES AND
NO GUARANTEE OF TITLES.
PU BLIC SALE
Auctionl for the following
vehicles) will be held on No-
vember 13, 2009 at 8:00 a.m-
at 1510 N. Forsyth Rd., Or-
landto, FL 32807 tor thle towilg
anid stora e pursuantl to F.S.
#713.78. Thorns are Cash.
1995 Lincoln Vln# 1LNLM-
1998 Hyulndal Vin# KMHVF-
2000 Chlevrolet Vln# 1GiJ-
MD Towing, LLC reserves thle
1 idaccept or reject any and
Auction for the following
vehicles) will be held on No-
vember 15, 2009 at 8:00 a.m.
at 4211 Daubert Street, Or-
lando, FL 32803 for the towing
and stora e pursuant to E.S.
#713.78. Terms are cash.
1996 Chrysler Vin# 3C3EL-
Moldon's Towing, LLC reserves
the rl ht toaccept or reject any
and all bids
NOTI CE OF
Auction for tho following
vehicles) will be held on No-
vember 16, 2009 at 8:00 a.m.
at 4211 Daubert street, or-
Iando, FL 32803 for the towing
and stora e pursuant to F S.
#713.78. Terms are cash.
1991 Bulck Vinl 3G4AH-
Moldon' s Towing(, LLC reserves
thle ri hlt to accept or reject any
anld atl blds.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR ORANGE
CASE NO.: 2008-CA-24229
CATHAY HOLDINGS, INC., a
STEPHEN J. BOZARTH, as
Trustee of the
Land Trust Agreement SJBLT
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVE that pursuant
to a Final Sti ullited Judgment
of Forecloue dated October
22 2009, In te ab ves led
2as, I will sell to th e-ighest
an bst bidder for cash at the
O ane County Civll Court
B 12dn 425 I~orth Orange
Avenue, Sulte 350, Lobby, in
Orlando, Orange County, Flori.
da, at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesda ,
December 1,2009, the follo -
Ing described prpety.
Lots l4and15, REGENCY VIL-
LAGE REPLAT, according to the
Ilat thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 52, Page 4, Pubilc Re-
cords of Ora ge County, Flori-
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDi;NG THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THIE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH I
Thel dlate of first ulbllication of
this notice Is pOctober 29,
Attornley for Personail Re pre-
Patrick L. Sm~ith
Attornovy for Marjorle Harsha
Florida Bar No. 0027044
Law Offices of Joseph F. PiP-
19N. US Highway 27, Suite
Clermont, FL 34711
850 Keats Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32809
Slys Towinb & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and Intent to sell vehicles pur-
suant to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes that on
11/19/09,10:00 am at 119 5th
St Winter Garden, FI 34787-
3613. Slys Towing & Recovery
reserves ri ht to accept of re-
Ject any an /or all bids.
1986 MAZDA RX7 JM-
1991 MAZDA 626 1YVGD-
1993 NISSAN PATHFNDR JN-
1996 CHEV CAMAR0 2G1F-
2000 FORD FOCUS 3FAF-
Hu eso Town o Rcov~er
gv notc dof n oelsue
am at 2202 W. Washington St.
Orlando, FL 32805, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 0f the Flori-
da Statutes. Hughes Towing &
Recovery reserves the rgt to
ac pt or reject any an /r all
JH E854 PLS02 37 1993
IN THE COUNTY
COURT OF POLK
Correct Case Number
2008 S0 7135
Verilied on 10-21-09
Deputy Clork Inlida~ls AC
Rlchlard M. Welss, Clerk of the
CYNTHIA CROF00T RI-
MAIN STREET PIlZA & SUBS,
a Floridae Corporation, ald
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MAIN STREET PlZZA &
SUBS, INC., a Florida, and ROB-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that you are
required to appear in person or
by attorney at the NORTHEAST
POLK COUNTY GOVERNMENT
CENTER, 3425 Lake Alfred
Road #7 Gill Jones Center.
Winter Haven, Florida, on the
14th day of December,2009, at
10:00 a.m., for a PRETRIAL
CONFERENCE before a judge of
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for payment of legal ser-
vices has been filed against
Main Street Pizza & Subs, Inc.,
a Florlda corporation, and Rob-
ert Clotta, and you are regulled
to serve a copy of your written
defenses.Itfany,to Iton Cnthia
CrofaootRignanlese, Es Ire,
whose address is Postfie
Box 7604, Winter Haven, Flori-
da 33883-7604. on or before
December 1, 2009, and to file
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
plaintiff's attorney or immedi.
ately thereafter, otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This Notice of Action Is to be
published once a week for four
weeks in the West Orange
Times begin Am on Thursday,
October 29, 2uus.
CLERK OF COUNTY COURT,
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
Richard M. Welss
As Clerk of the Court
ey: isi sandy chasse
As Deputy Clerk
10/29. 11/5, 11/12,11/19
OWNED AND OPERATED
PARKS AND RECREATION FA-
CILITIES IN WHICH THE CITY
PARTICIPATES IN THE CON-
STRUCTION, OPERATION OR
MAINTENANCE OF SUCH PUR-
SUANT TO AN AGREEMENT
BETWEEN THE CITY AND AN-
OTHER GOVERNMENTAL EN-
TITY: PROVIDING FOR CODIFI-
RAINOL PNROVVEINOG FONR
FLICT'S; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ERABILITY: AND PROVIDING
FOR AN EF~ECT`IV DATE
Sald ordinance may be seel In
the City Clerkis Office, City Hall,
from 8:00 a.m, to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, except
holidays. You are advised that
If yon decide to appeal any decl-
sion made by the City Commis-
slon at such hearing, you will
need a record of the proceed-
Ings, and for such purpose you
may need to ensure that a ver-
batlm record of the proceedings
is made, which Includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is based. Any
persons with disabilities neled-
Ing special accommodations
should submit a written request
to the City Clerk, 300 W. Plant
St., Winter Garden, FL 34787
on hone (407d 656-4111, Ext.
22 4 at least 48 hours prior to
Kathy Golden, City Clerk
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ORANGE
File No. 2009 CP 20400
Divlslon: Probate Olvlslon
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN RICHARD HARSHA
TheaRdministration ofthe estate
of John Richard Harsha, de-
ceaseed, whose date of death
was July 14, 2009. and whose
social security number is XXX-
XX-4108. Is pending in the
Circuit Court for Orange Coun-
ty, Florida, Probate Division, the
s94,Orl ndo F ori a. 3202
the peroa I pdreas ttiet a
the personal representative 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 THE 3 MONTHS
AFTR THE TIME OF THE FIRST
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OFSENRVICOFAH CPY OF
All other creditors of the daee-
dent 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 WITH'
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the
'Fmicttos Name Statute' Chap-
tse 865.09, Ronda Statuts.vnil
register with the division of
Corporations. Rlorida Depart-
mn~t of tt''' I h tl
fictinous nmeY to with:
under which (1 am) (we are)
engaged in business
undenvbkih (1) (we) expect to
engage inbusness at
38 N.Boyd St
In the city of Win~te Garden,
Luckily, Alberto took
a CPR course in June.
N~ovembe6;r 10,200 at6:3
p.m. or as soon thereafter as
possible, at City Hall, 300 W.
Plant Street. Winter Garden, FL.
In order to consider the adop-
tion of the following proposed
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
CW RISSIO DOFECI DO!
AMENDING SECTION78-51 OF
THECODE OF ORDINANCES OF
THE CITY OF WINTER GARDEN
TO PROVIDE AN EXEMPTION
AND CONNECTION FEES FOR
PREMISES WHICH ARE
OWNED AND OPERATED BY
THE CITY AND GOVERNMENT
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ORANGE
In Re The Estate Of:
DLIZABT P. HINSON,
The formal administration of the
Estate of ELIZABETH P. HIN-
SON, deceased, File Number
2009-CP-002121-0, has com-
menced in the Probate Division
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5122 Dr Phillips Blvd Orlando FL 32819
407 721 9674
Over 20 Years Selling Central Florida!
What a viewl Watch the nightly Disney
fireworks from the comfort of your covered
dock or swim and boat in the clear waters
of Lake Butler. You'll love thiss 3br/3ba
lakefront home, with private questroom/
bath upstairs, separate alr/heat.
Priced to sell $1.299,000.
At traffic light, fronts 3 streets,
200 feet on Dillard, Zoned C-1.
Now $320,000. Hurry!
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Craftman style frame home. Built 1926, 2
bed/2ba, plus 12x12 Bonus room, fireplace.
Home rewired, plumbed, new roof, new
WA, new kitchen, new baths, and new tank
less water heater. A must seel Priced at
Safe storage/Manufacturing 13,000 sq.
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3BE/2BA, double garage, screened patio and big back yar~d.
Priced @ $135,500. MLS#04942439
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