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In brief


Join Reading Reindeer campaign to give books to tots for Christmas


Veteran event at
Health Central Park
Health Central Park in
Winter Garden is holding
its fourth annual "A Day at
the Park" celebration this
Saturday, Nov. 7, from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. A ceremony
for veterans who live at
HCP will take place in the
morning, and there will be
music, entertainment. food,
treats and vendor booths.
Florida's Blood Centers
will be there with the Blood-
mobile. Boy Scout Troop
210 of Winter Garden will
assist with the veterans com-
memoration program.
Health Central Park is at
411 N. Dillard St.

WOHS Homecoming
Parade is Thursday
The West Orange High
Warriors will parade through
downtown Winter Garden
this Thursday, Nov. 5, for
Homecoming, and all gradu-
ating classes canrparticipate.
The parade will start at
5:30 p.m. Alumni should
wear orange and blue and
can register starting at 4 at
the alumni tent in front of
the Winter Garden Ma-
sonic Lodge, 230 W. Bay St.
Organizers want to see all
classes represented, and the
one with the most members
there will be recognized.

Health Day Sat. at
Dr. Phillips Hospital
Dr. P Phillips Hospital
is hosting a Community
Health Day this Saturday,
Nov. 7, from 10 a.m. until 2
p.m. Enjoy complimentary
health screenings, refresh-
ments, giveaways and more.
Free parking is in the garage
deck across from the hospi-
tal's main entrance.
For more information,
contact Ann Alexander
at 407-351-8506 or go to
www.drpphillipshospital.
com.

27th annual
St. Luke's UMW
bazaar Fri. and Sat.
The United Method-
ist Women at St. Luke's
Methodist will host its 27th
annual Holiday Bazaar this
Friday, Nov. 6, from 5-9
p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 7,
from 9 a.m. to noon. The
church is at 4851 S. Apop-
ka-Vineland Road, Orlando.

ONP hosting
bug-lovers' group
The Central Florida Insect
Enthusiasts will lead an
Insect Safari at the Oak-
land Nature Preserve this
Saturday, Nov. 7. Interested
parties will meet at the visi-
tors' center at 10 a.m. for a
lecture about aquatic insects
and then walk to Lake Apo-
pka to locate and identify
bugs.

Quilters needed for
S.T.A.R.S. project
Quilters are needed to
assist S.T.A.R.S. (Supplies
To Assist ouR Students) in a
hand-quilting project at the
West Oaks Mall. The project
runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Nov. 9-13, and all supplies
are provided.
For more information, call
407-292-3559. S.T.A.R.S.
is located in Suite 106 near
JCPenney.

Inside
Deaths.. .2A
Opinion...4A
Business.. .5A'
Winter Garden... 8A
Oakland.. .9A
Ocoee... 10A
Windermere... 11A
Dr. Phillips... 11A
Social... 13A
Sports... 1-3B
Schools...4-6B.



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For the 12th year,
'The West Orange
Times' is looking for
community support
with its annual
literacy drive.

By Kathy Aber
Reading Reindeer started in
1998 with a concept to collect
new books as Christmas gifts
for needy children in West Or-
ange County.
The West Orange Times
asked local clubs, civic
groups, churches, businesses
and its readers to join in this
effort to encourage parents
to read to their little ones and
stress the importance of good


reading skills for all children.
The community over-
whelmingly embraced the en-
deavor - more than 30,000
new books have been given
to local children in the pro-
gram's 11-year history.
This year will be one of the
neediest holiday seasons in a
long time, so the Times has
set its goal at 3,000 books
and $5,000. The West Or-
ange Junior Service League
has already donated $2,500
and the West Orange Cham-
ber of Commerce Committee
of One Hundred and One has
given $1,000 toward this goal.
Many more groups and neigh-
borhoods have been faithful
supporters and are expected
to help out in the next seven
weeks.
Again this year, Reading,


The synopsis: Two very different brothers
are held together by a tragic bond. Curiosity
turns to violence in this poignant story of fra-
ternal love.
Down Came The Rain, a story that explores
family relationships through the eyes of two
siblings as they enjoy the experience of a week-
end camping trip, is being performed once by
the West Orange High School Theatre Depart-
ment on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the
auditorium at the high school,
This production will be the local Thespians'
entry in the one-act play competition at the
Florida Theatre Conference in Lakeland later
the same week.
This is a statewide competition and one that
these award-winning Thespians have taken top
honors in on several occasions. The Florida
Theatre Conference will bring together theater
departments representing high schools from
across the entire state competing for the chance
to be one of the two schools that will represent
the state of Florida at the South Eastern Theatre
Conference this coming March in Kentucky.


Reindeer will continue its
partnership with Brnes and
Noble booksellers at the Win-
ter Garden Village at Fowler
Groves. The store will spon-
sor a four-day book fair with
a portion of the shoppers pur-
chases going to benefit the
book drive.
Any new book suitable for


Inspiring art
Herold Alvares of Haiti paints by holding a paintbrush in his mouth because he was born
without arms. He and a group of fellow artists put on an exhibition of their Work last month
at Health Central in Ocoee to raise money while also hoping to inspire hospital patients.
For more photos and story, see 12A.



Oakland selects interim manager


By Amy Quesinberry Rhode

A Clermont resident with
several Oakland ties has
stepped forward and agreed to
serve as interim manager for
the town of Oakland until a
permanent manager can be lo-
cated and hired. Dennis Foltz
began his paid temporary po-
sition Monday.
While the town was search-
ing for an interim manager
through a Florida retired
managers program, Foltz con-
tacted Oakland officials and
expressed his interest in the
position.
"Some acquaintances from
Oakland made me aware of
the position," Foltz told The
West Orange Times earlier
this week. "I believe that with
my background I can provide
professional management as-
sistance to the town until they


DENNIS FOLTZ


can secure a new town man-
ager."
Mayor Kathy Stark agreed:
"He has a very appropriate
background to help us out.
We're very excited."
Before retiring a few years
ago, Foltz owned a consult-


In previous years, West Orange has had the
honor of advancing to the national level with
a production of Children of a Lesser God and
Holy Ghosts. The production of Children took
first-place honors at the national level and gar-
nered a Best Actor and Actress Award for its
two leading performers, Ben Rush and Rainey
McCoy.
The cast and crew for Rain consists of Jen-
nifer Colaiuta, Chase Countryman, Justin
Durgana, Kalyn Eury, Brenna Hayes, Brogan
Haynes, Aubrey Hoffman, Jaci Johnson, Han-
nah Linquanti, Brooke Morris, Lisa Pedraza,
Alex Quinn, Sarah Schodrof and Vincent Van
Rijn. The two brothers make up the entire cast
and will be played by senior Michael Ross and
sophomore Jacob Waldron.
The West Orange students have been work-
ing closely with special-needs students in re-
searching information for the show and their
individual performances.
Ross,whoplaystheroleofBrucie,a 14-year-old
(See Dr!na, 2A)


a child from infancy to age 12
is appropriate. Book donation
boxes are available at nine lo-
cations: the Santa photo sta-
tion at the West Oaks Mall,
S.T.A.R.S. of West Orange
(Space 106 at the West Oaks
Mall near JCPenney), Barnes
and Noble in the Winter Gar-
den Village, West Orange
Chamber of Commerce office
on West Colonial Drive, Win-
dermere Library, West Oaks
Library, Winter Garden Li-
brary, Southwest Library and
the Times office, 720 S. Dil-
lard St., Winter Garden.
Reading Reindeer is de-
signed to promote commu-
nity literacy by giving new
bboks to children of all ages
who might not have books to
read at home.' Educators con-
tinuously tell us local children


might have toy chests and bed-
rooms filled with playthings,
computers and video games,
yet many of these same house-
holds have no books for chil-
dren to read.
Each book delivered in-
cludes family literacy infor-
mation provided by the Adult
Literacy League to remind
parents of the importance
of reading to children of all
ages.
This year's book drive will
continue through Dec. 17.
The Times needs your support
to deliver books to children
through the following organi-
zations: West Orange Christian
Service Center; Toys for Tots
sponsored by the Ocoee, Win-
dermere and Winter Garden

(See Reading, 2A)


Meeting set to discuss

widening of S.R. 50

through Winter Garden


By Mary Anne Swickerath

For those interested in see-
ing the final design concepts
for the reconstruction and
widening of West Colonial
Drive (State Road 50) through
Winter Garden, a public infor-
mation meeting is being held
next Thursday, Nov. 12, from
5-7 p.m. in the Winter Garden
City Hall Commission Cham-
bers, 300 W. Plant St.
Representatives of the Flor-
ida Department of Transporta-
tion will be at this meeting to
present the design drawings
and inform residents of the
construction schedule. This
will be an informal open house
for the public to review the de-
sign and ask questions of the
project staff.
The project includes the wid-
ening and reconstruction of the


existing roadway to a six-lane
urban divided roadway with
a raised 30-foot-wide median
from Avalon Road (State Road
545) to the Western Beltway
(State Road 429).
Also included will be the
construction of sidewalks and
bikes lanes on both sides of
West Colonial Drive, as well
as improved curb ramps and
upgrades at all intersections
and side streets.
The project, which received
a notice to proceed on Oct. 9,
is expected to take 600 days
for the completion of con-
struction.
For more information on
this meeting or the project,
call Steve Olson, DOT public
information officer, at 407-
482-7813 or e-mail him at
steve.olson@dot.state.fl.us.


ing firm that specialized in
'regional, city and school
planning and management
services. He is very familiar
with Oakland - he serves on
the board of directors of the
Oakland Nature Preserve and
attends Oakland Presbyterian
Church. In 2001-02, he served
as the principal transportation
planner for the city of Ocoee.
Foltz holds a master's de-
gree in regional and city plan-
ning from the University of
Oklahoma.
"During this transition be-
tween town managers, I hope
to assist the town with taking
a fresh look at functions and
organization that will be use-
ful to them and their next town
manager," Foltz said. "Of
course, I will also assist them
with keeping town functions

(See Oakland, 2A)


Trick or treating downtown ' ". ' ."".""'."'"'
Emilie Scheetz, 9, of Dr. Phillips dressed up as Lucille
Ball and enjoyed spending Halloween in downtown Winter
Garden with her mother, Anne, for the city's annual festival
on Plant Street. For more photos, see 6A.

Ocoee to host Veterans Day ceremony
The city of Ocoee will host its annual Veterans Day Ceremony
on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 11 a.m. at the Starke Lake Gazebo at
125 N. Lakeshore Drive. The ceremony provides an opportunity
to thank all veterans who have served their country.
The public is invited to attend. Lunch will be served immedi-
ately following the ceremony.
For more information, contact Joy P. Wright at 407-905-
3100. L.


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performance of family drama Tuesday


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2A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 5, 2009


STEVE V. BLANTON, 55,
Gotha, died Oct. 24. Memo-
rial donations can be made
to the Blanton Memorial
Fund at Old Southern Bank,
250 N. Orange, Orlando
32801; make checks payable
to Jill D. Blanton. Baldwin-
Fairchild Ivanhoe Chapel.
NHAN HUU BUFF, 68, Wind-
ermere, died Oct. 26. Wood-
lawn Funeral Home, Gotha.
KITTIE HARRISON passed
away peacefully on Friday,
October 30, 2009. She was
under the care of Cornerstone
Hospice
for the
last two
years.
She
was a
gentle
soul
and
Chris-
tian.
Being
a Mom
and Grandma was her favorite
role. She rejoiced when she
was surrounded by all her chil-
dren and loved a family get-
together. She was a housewife
and widow for many years.
She never worked outside her
home. Her life was very shel-
tered. Joining her savior, Jesus
Christ, for eternal bliss was her
wish. She was predeceased in
death by her husband, Omer;
mother, Willie Bryant; and
grandson, Brent Lowe. Survi-
vors are sons, Jack (Stepha-
'nie) of Astatula, Rickie of St.
Cloud, Jerry (Pam) of Shef-
field, Ala., Jimmy of Astatula;
and daughter, Shirley Hardy of
St. Cloud. The family received
friends Monday, November
2, 2009, at Baldwin Fairchild
Funeral Home-Winter Garden.
Funeral Services were Tues-
day, November 3, 2009, at
Baldwin Fairchild Chapel, 428
East Plant St., Winter Garden,
Fl. 34787; (407) 656-2233.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made to'
Cornerstone Hospice of Os-
ceola, 407-343-1341. Please
sign and view the guestbook
at www.baldwinfairchild.com.
OPAL CARPENTER, age 80,
of Ocoee, passed away on
Oct. 30. He was a veteran of
the US Army. Mr. Carpenter
is preceded in death by wife
Vera; father Berry; mother
Bama. He is survived by three
children: Webster Wheeler
Acree, Margaret W. Acree and
John H. Boyd; three brothers
and five sisters, James A.,
Marlin J., Mack V., Mervie Lee
Long, Velma Dollar, Earlene
Thomas, Hilda Huckabee,


The American Lung Asso-
ciation's third annual Fight for
Air Climb event will be held
at the Bank of America Center
in downtown Orlando on Sat-
urday, Nov. 14, at 8 a.m. The
venue, one of downtown Or-
lando's tallest buildings, will
host hundreds of participants,
including local area firefight-
ers,
In recognition of Novem-
ber as Lung Cancer Aware-
ness Month, the climb chal-
lenges teams to race all 512
steps to the 25th floor as they
raise funds and awareness in
the fight against the coun-
try's leading cause of cancer
death.
Climbers will be sent up the
stairwell every 15 seconds.
The race also requires climb-
ers to take the additional step
of raising a minimum of $100
in order to participate.
All proceeds benefit research
and programs that educate the
community about lung disease
and lung cancer. The American
Lung Association anticipates'
raising $70,000 for the fight
against lung cancer. Those
interested are encouraged to
participate.
"Event registration is limit-
ed," says event director Sarah
Greene, "you can only fit so

Friday night music
The city of Winter Garden is
sponsoring Fridays on the Plaza,
a concert series at Centennial
Plaza on Plant Street. Each Fri-
day from 7-9 p.m., residents can
bring a lawn chair for some free
evening entertainment.
The plaza is on Plant Street in
downtown Winter Garden.


Computer classes
at library are free
The Winter Garden Library
offers free computer classes.
Adults and older children can
attend classes, which include
a personal computer for each
student and big-screen instruc-
tion.
For information, call 407-
656-4582. The library is at 805
E. Plant St. in Winter Garden.


Obituaries
Ruby Sasser; best friend,
Bobbie Shirley; two grandchil-
dren, Shawn and John and
two great-grandchildren, Josh
and Natalie Stanton. Funeral
services were held Tuesday at
10 a.m. at Oak Level Baptist
Church, Ocoee. Interment
followed at Winter Garden
Cemetery. Visitation was held
Monday at the funeral home.
Services entrusted to Collison
Carey Hand Funeral Home,
Winter Garden; 407-877-6700.
MARGARET M. COSTELLO,
82, Winter Garden, died
Saturday, Oct. 31. Memo-
rial donations can be made
to Cornerstone Hospice of
Lake County. Arrangements
by Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home, Winter Garden, with
visitation set for this Wednes-
day, Nov. 4, from 6-8 p.m.
and funeral Mass to be held
Thursday, Nov. 5, at noon
at Resurrection Catholic
Church, Winter Garden.
DON HAMMON, 75, went
home to our heavenly father
unexpectedly on Monday, Oc-
tober 26, 2009. He was born
Novem-
ber 5,
1934, in
Green-'
camp,
OH,
and
moved
to
Winter
Garden,
FL, in
1950.
He is survived by his beloved
wife, Anne, of 50 years; his
son, Rusty Hammon; and
his daughter, Brenda Ham-
mon Kilgore; his brother,
Millard Hammon; and his two
grandchildren, Asa Hammon
and Fiona Kilgore. He was
the Manager at Westwood
Village in Winter Garden for'
25 years, until his death. He
was an active member of FBC
of Orlando since 1981 and
served in their preschool pro-
gram for 20 years. His Godly
ministry did not stop with the
children, but included their
families, his community and,
most of all, his own family. He
will be missed deeply for his
Godly wisdom, encourage-
ment, shoulders to cry on and
hands to help. Services were
held Friday, October 30, 3 pm,
at Henry Chapel at the First
Baptist Church of Orlando. Ar-
rangements have been made
through the National Crema-
tion Society. In memory of
Don, donations can be made
to the First Orlando Founda-
tion, 3000 South John Young
Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32805.


many people in one stairwell
and.we've already registered
more people than at last years
event."


ANNA DESANTIS, 96,
Winter Garden, died Oct. 23.
Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral
Home, Winter Garden.
WILLIAM RICHARD EVANS,
78, Winter Garden, died Satur-
day, Oct. 31. Baldwin-Fairchild
Funeral Home, Winter Garden.
JANICE HOLT, 67, Winter
Garden, died Oct. 27. Gail &
Wynn's Mortuary, Orlando.
HELEN M. KANE, 84, Winter
Garden, died Oct. 26. Cen-
tral Florida Direct Crema-
tion Service, Orlando.
LOUIS WINFIELD SMITH JR.,
84, Oakland, died Oct. 24.
Neptune Society, Kissimmee.
DONALD EDWARD TYREE,
age 52 of Ocoee, Florida
passed away on November
1, 2009. Mr. Tyree was born
on Broward County, Florida
on March 30, 1957 to James
Ferrell and Carolyn Irene
Tyree. Mr. Tyree was a Trades
Tech 1 Supervisor for Orange
County Public Schools for
17 years. He was a 12-year
veteran in the US Army. Mr.
Tyree is preceded in death
by his parents James Ferrell
and Carolyn Irene Tucker. He
is survived by his siblings,
Patricia Lee of Findlay, OH,
James Tyree Jr. of Apopka, FL,
Claudia Schimborski of Ocoee,
FL, Carolyn Mason of Kenton,
OH, Frederick Robinson, Jr. of
Orlando, FL, Patrick Robinson
of Orlando, FL, Timothy Rob-
inson of Kenton, OH, Michelle
Robinson of Irving, TX; son,
Steven Tyree of El Paso, TX;.
daughter, Diana Keller of El
Paso, TX, daughter, Brittany
Tyree of Winter Garden, FL;
grandchildren, Luke Keller,
Ava Tyree, Josh Tyree, all of
El Paso. TX. Visitation will be
held on Wednesday, Novem-
ber 4, 2009 from 1-2PM at
West Orlando Baptist Church,
1006 East Crown Point Road,
Ocoee, FL 34761 followed
by a 2PM service. Inter-
ment will follow at Woodlawn
Memorial Park. In lieu of
flowers, Memorial Contribu-
tions in honor of Donald
may be made to a charity of
your choice. Arrangements
by Baldwin-Fairchild Fu-
neral Home - Winter Garden
Chapel. Please sign and
view the family guest book at
www.baldwinfairchild.com.
GRADY NEAL UPSHAW, 90,
Winter Garden, died Oct. 27.
Newcomer Family Funeral
Home, East Orlando Chapel.


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Winter Garden
fire report
The Winter Garden Fire
Department responded to 78
calls for assistance from Oct.
25-31:
Fires-5
Emergency medical
calls-52
Vehicle accidents- 1
Automatic fire
alarms--11
Public assist- 1
Hazardous conditions-2
Calls for service- 6.
City calls--67
Orange County calls-4
Ocoee calls--7.


Reading

police departments; Winter
Garden Children's Health
Center; West Orange Neigh-
borhood Center for Families;
Migrant Education Program
of Orange County Public
Schools; Edgewood Chil-
dren's Ranch; Maxey Center;
Headstart at Maxey Elemen-
tary School; Play and Learn
Day School Inc.; residents at
the Center for Drug-free Liv-
ing; and infants born at Health
Central.
Make checks payable to
Reading Reindeer and send to
The West Orange Times, 720 S.
Dillard St., Winter Garden, FL


Oakland police
report
The Oakland Police Depart-
ment provided the following
monthly activity report for
October. There were 5 crimi-
nal reports, 10 arrest reports,
1 non-criminal reports and 5
traffic crash reports.
Arrest activity reports -
This includes driving with a
suspended license (2), battery
(1), DUI (1), possession drug
without prescription (1), pos-
session cannabis with intent
to sell (1), warrant arrests
(4).
Non-arrest reports -


34787. These donations will
be used to purchase copies of
Dr. Seuss's ABCs for distribu-
tion to babies born at Health
Central, where there are 1,200
births annually.
Local teachers have reported
they are seeing the beginnings
of home libraries for many
of these needy children who
received a Reading Reindeer
book inthe past.
What better way to reach a
child this holiday season than
by giving a copy of a favor-
ite bedtime story? For more
information, call Kathy Aber
407-656-2121.


D rama -(Continued from 1A)


special-needs individual, said:
"This show has really opened
up a broad spectrum for me.
It's helped me to better under-
stand individuals with special
needs and to catch a glimpse
of our world through their
point of view."
Waldron portrays the older
brother who is responsible for
taking care of Brucie, and he
says that the play has given
him "an appreciation for the
struggles that families endure
and for the special love and
joy that comes from knowing
a special-needs individual."
Admission to the 45-minute
production will be $5, and all


seats are general admission.
Reservations are not required.
The school is located at 1625
South Beulah Road in Winter
Garden.
Director Ken Rush said: "I
am very excited about this
production and hope that lo-
cal audiences will come out
and support the West Orange
Thespians as'they represent
our school at the Florida The-
atre Conference.
Those attending the show
will have an evening of laugh-
ter, of tears and, as always,
of professional quality theater
on a high school stage."


This includes child abuse
(1), possession cannabis with
intent to sell (1), burglary
structure/larceny theft (2) and
grand theft auto (1).
Traffic activity reports
- total traffic citations, 120;
warnings issued, 0. This in-
cludes driving with no license
(4), driving with suspended
license (23), tag violations
(12), failure to obey traffic
control device (1), running a
stop sign (4), running a red.
light (1), child restraint (1)
and unlawful speeding (28).


(Continued from 1A)

operating smoothly."
The deadline for applications
for the permanent town manager
position was Oct. 30. Stark an-
ticipates the town will make
a final decision in January or
February.
Maureen Rischitelli resigned
as Oakland town manager last
month after five years on the
job. She is now an assistant to
the district manager for The Vil-
lages Community District.
In other business, the elected
officials:
* agreed to just one meeting
each in November and Decem-
ber because of the holidays. The
meetings are set for Nov. 10 and
Dec. 8. (The Nov. 24.and Dec.
22 meetings have been can-
celled.)


Volunteers needed
for Hurst fund-raiser
The Ocoee Lions Club and
Rotary Club of Ocoee and
friends ofWayne Hurst are hold-
ing a benefit Turkey Shoot and
Festival on Saturday, Dec. 12,
at the property adjacent to the
West Orange Girls Club.
SAn organizational meeting
will be held this Thursday, Nov.
5, at 6:30 p.m. at the Ocoee Li-
ons Club, located at 108 Taylor
St in Ocoee.
For more information; attend
this week's meeting or call
Cathy Sills after 5 p.m. at 407-
810-0290.


West Orange Trail offers
beginning racewalking program
Orange County Parks and Recreation Division's West Orange
Trail is offering a beginning racewalking program. The program
is held every Monday from 5:05-6 p.m. and Sunday from 8:35-
9:30 a.m. The program is free and year round at the West Orange
Trail's Chapin Station. Pre-registration is required.
Chapin Station is located at 501 Crown Point Cross Road,
Winter Garden. For more information or pre-registration, call
407-654-1108.


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with my whole life,
I am giving thee assent
With my whole power,
I am giving thee praise ,
with my whole tongue,
I am giving thee honour
with my whole utterance,
I am giving thee reverence
with my whole understanding,
I am giving offering
with my whole thought,
I am giving thee praise
with my whole fervour,
I am giving thee humility
In the blood of the lamb.
I am giving thee humility
in the blood of the lamb.
I am giving thee love
with my whole devotion,
I am giving thee kneeling
with my whole desire,
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with my whole heart,
I am giving thee affection
with my whole sense,
I am giving thee my existence
with my whole mind,
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Some of the Heart Walk participants from Health Central stop for a picture.

Health Central shows commitment to fight heart disease


More than 70 Health Central
employees and friends walked
for the cause to find a cure for
heart disease and stroke, partici-
pating in the Oct. 3, American
Heart Association Heart Walk
at Loch Haven Park. Under the
organization of registered nurse
Joyce Mcllroy, Health Central
Heart Walk corporate team
leader, 10 departmental teams
consisting of Health Central
employees raised more than
$6,000 for the American Heart
Association.
The annual event includes a
T-shirt design competition, and
Health Central walked away
with the "most innovative use
of the AHA Start! Walk logo"
prize.
Health Central promotes


heart health in the West Orange
community on many levels,
most recently with the ongoing
fundraising efforts to support
the new interventional cardiac
catheterization lab. The Agency
for Health Care Administra-
tion ruled that Health Central's
physicians may perform mini-
mally invasive vascular and
cardiac catheterizations using
cutting-edge technology that
saves lives. Intravascular Ul-
trasound, thrombolysis and the
latest in balloon, wire and stent
technology are implemented in
the fight against vascular and
cardiac disease.
Intravascular Ultrasound
allows physicians to actually
"see" inside the arteries and
veins through the same access


point used for angiography to
clearly define problem areas.
This helps to identify the size
and type of blockage to deter-
mine the best avenue for treat-
ment. These newer techniques
allow patients to recover faster
and can be performed under lo-
cal anesthesia rather than under
general anesthesia.
With these procedures ex-
panding Health Central's ser-
vices, and coupled with a staff
of seasoned physicians, Health
Central puts its heart into serving
and treating the community. For
more information about Health
Central, visit healthcentral.org.
To learn more about the cath lab
and the supporting fundraising
efforts, visit healthcentral.org/
foundation.


A celebration of Arbor Day ,
Jim Thomas, president of the Oakland
Nature Preserve, opens the Oakland
Heritage Festival with a celebration of
Arbor Day and an important reminder
of the significance of trees. Holding the
branch of a live oak tree, Thomas talked -
about the oaks as part of Oakland's
namesake and their role in the town's
natural heritage. The Bloom 'N' Grown
Garden Society planted a Holly tree
for Arbor Day in front of the Oakland
Post Office that will be dedicated to the
memory of Ruby Wilkes' mother, Nelle
Hoover, for all her work in the community.


Scouts tackling hunger with Scouting for Food


Scouting for Food begins this Saturday, Nov.
7, when Boy Scouts will hang more than 700,000
plastic bags on doorknobs in Central Florida.
Saturday, Nov. 14, is Collection Day, and
Scouts return to pick up bags filled with donat-
ed canned goods, which are then distributed to
Second Harvest Food Bank and other local food
pantries within the district.
Filled bags should be placed outside by 9 a.m.
at a spot easily visible from the road for pickup


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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 Bank
or a local food pantry in need.
In 2008, Scouting for Food collected more than
600,000 pounds of food for local food pantries,
which provided more than 400,000 meals to the
Central Florida community.


Day at ath Par

Old Fashioned Family Fun

SEntertainment * BBQ * Popcorn * Cotton Candy
* Free Health Screenings and more!


Celebrating Veterans at Health Central Park
For additional information, contact Health Central Park at 407-296-1656 or 1620.
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4A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 5, 2009



Opinion


In our opinion --

Editor's Notebook

.Holiday wreaths for veterans' graves


-- Reader opinions

Letters to the editor

Writer: Tax Niagra for water it withdraws from aquifer


By Mary Anne Swickerath
More than 97,000 military veterans from
conflicts dating as far back as the Second
Seminole and Civil wars are buried at the
Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell. The
names on the graves include two Medal of
Honor recipients: Master Sgt. James R. Hen-
drix, who won our nation's highest military
award for his actions at the Battle of the
Bulge during World War II, and Sgt. Maj.
Franklin D. Miller, who was honored for his
bravery during action in Vietnam.
Also resting there are Maj. David Moniac,
who fought in the Seminole War and who
was the first Native American graduate of
the United States Military Academy at West
Point, and Col. Leonard T. Schroeder Jr., the
first soldier ashore in the Normandy Landings
on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
The cemetery is located on more than 500
acres in Sumter County about 50 miles north
of Tampa.
Next Wednesday, Nov. 11, is Veterans Day,
a day originally called Armistice Day to mark
the anniversary of the signing of the Armi-
stice treaty that ended World War 1 in 1918.
In 1954, the day was renamed Veterans Day
to honor all who served their country.
So next week is an appropriate time for the
community to begin taking part in a campaign
to place Christmas wreaths on the graves of
veterans, an effort that began in 1992 when
Morrill Worcester, the president of Worcester
Wreath Co. in Harrington, Maine, still had
nearly 5,000 fresh wreaths left right before
Christmas. He asked for permission to lay
these wreaths on the head stones at Arlington


National Cemetery in Virginia.
That very first year six volunteers placed
the wreaths, but over the years since thefi
thousands of volunteers have laid the wreaths
there.
Out of this thoughtfulness, Wreaths Across
America was created as a non-profit organiza-
tion in 2007 in response to the many requests
from people who wanted to get involved with
the project.
Now more than 350 locations where veter-
ans are buried are part of the wreath-laying
program, including the Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell.
Myra Kinnie of the Woman's Club of Ocoee
is spearheading a local campaignto make
sure the graves there have holiday wreaths,
and she invites veteran organizations to be-
come involved.
To sponsor a wreath costs $15, and an order
form is available by calling 207-483-2039
or by logging on to wreathsacrossAmerica.
org. You can also fill out the form and pay
online at that address. The important thing is
to designate your sponsorship for the Bush-
nell cemetery by writing "FLUSMVMC01"
in the sponsoring group ID number blank
and writing "Florida National Cemetery in
Bushnell" in the cemetery designation blank
and "FLNCBU" in the cemetery ID number
blank.
A special wreath-laying ceremony will be
held at Bushnell on Saturday, Dec. 12, and
Myra and other members of the Woman's
Club will be on hand.
For more information on taking part in this
event or to learn more about Wreaths Across
America, call Myra at 407-654-4846.


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Editor:
St. Johns River Water Management District
has punched all Central Florida citizens square-
ly in the teeth. It is allowing Niagra Bottled
Water Company to withdraw 15 million gallons
of water per month out of our precious aquifer
supply while instituting new restrictions on
citizens. This is all upside down.
Where is the outrage from cities, counties,
citizens? Again, we take this lying down, ex-
cept the brave citizens of Groveland. They are
outwardly protesting and filing a lawsuit. While
all cities and counties should be helping them
with the expense, they are going it alone.
There are two action plans: 1. All cities, coun-
ties, citizens should contact their state represen-
tatives and senators to pass legislation to reverse


Editor,
I must comment on the picture and caption re-
garding my recent Home Rule Hero Award from
the Florida League of Cities. I am very proud to
receive it, and it represents a year of effort. But
the title "Town Hero" is not appropriate. The
title should read what was submitted as a press
release: "Mayor Gary Bruhn Receives Florida
League of Cities Home Rule Hero Award."
Our heroes are the single parents raising their
children: Our heroes are those people who vol-
unteer their time and knowledge to make our
communities better. Our heroes are those who


'65 years ago
Word has been received by Mrs. L.A. Grimes
that S/Sgt Elmer Thompson was killed over the
Tyrranian Sea. He is the brother of Hugh O.
Grimes of Winter Garden who is serving with
the Merchant Marines overseas.
Roger B. Seidner, Naval Reserve Officers
Training Corps, is attending the V-12 at Duke
University in Dunham, N.C. He recently visited
his parents in Windermere.
S/Sgt Esrom (Red) Ison of Winter Garden is
now stationed with the AAF at Keesler Field,
Miss., having been in the service since 1941.

40 years ago
From Barbs & Bouquets by Don: Not all is
bad. Cars may not be safe, streets may be dan-
gerous, and life may be full of perils - but,our
TV.commercials assure us that under the arms
we can have complete protection.
Hubert Fox is the new mayor of Ocoee by


the decision of one bureaucrat.
If plan 1 fails, then plan 2 is to slap a sever-
ance tax of 5 cents per every gallon of water sto-
len from us. The first $750,000 of this should go
to the brave city of Groveland, who has fought
this without anyone else's help.
The severance tax works for Alaska, which
taxes oil taken from the state. They make so
much they send money to its residents.
Since the money-grubbing local authorities
are doing things like installing red light cameras
to scarf money from its citizens, then how about
the severance tax as a money maker?

Henry Morgan.
Ocoee


are defending our way of life around the world
and put their life on the line every day. Our
heroes are the mothers and fathers, wives and
sons and daughters, who wait for their loved
ones to come home from a life in peril defend-
ing our nation;
I feel that it is important to put things in
perspective. There are so many more people
who are doing so much more that should be
recognized.
Gary Bruhn, Mayor
Town of Windermere


virtue of defeating Scott Vandergrift 400-131. A
three-way race was created when John T. Minor
announced his retirement, and the third candi-
date was John Carter who polled 40 votes.

35 years ago
From Editor's Notebook: Monday, Oct. 28,
was Veterans Day and yet we noted no local
observance except the post office was closed.
Speaking of veterans, one of the highlights of
the Lakeview High School's last Homecoming
Parade was the color guard - Franklin Capple-
man, Ed Henderson, Dick Smith and Duck Teal
looked sharp.

30 years ago
Carl Patterson, vice president of Windermere
Realty, has been appointed by the Florida Bar
as one of the first non-lawyers representing the
public on local committees for investigation of
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Thursday, November 5, 2009 The West Orange Times 5A

Business


Pink-tober fest
Staffers at.Knox Nursery in Winter Garden wear pink in celebration of their Pink-tober
fund-raiser. The event raised $202 by selling ribbons, brownies and cake, and the nurs-
ery matched that amount to donate a total of $404 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.


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Bridging the generation gap
The West Orange Chamber of Commerce and Workforce Central Florida joined to pres-
ent a seminar on Oct. 27 at Valencia Community College entitled 'Bridging the Genera-
tion Gap.' Michael Shugg, professor of theater and entertainment technology at VCC,
held a discussion on the strengths, motivations and approaches of each generation.
Enjoying the seminar are (I-r) Anette Luck, Sergio Leon of Workforce Central Florida,
Shugg and Chamber President Stina D'Uva.


Windermere Realtor wins marketing award


Realtor.com presented Kath-
erine Bordelon of Fannie Hill-
man and Associates with its
Real EstateOnline Marketing
Award of Excellence.
The award recognizes agents
who consistently provide great
marketing services for clients
as evaluated by Realtor.com.
Only 26 Realtors in Central
Florida received the honor.
Bordelon was recognized for


her use of multimedia presen-
tations to display homes on her
Web site and for descriptions
of the properties she lists for
sale.
"There are always some real
estate agents who distinguish
themselves from other agents
by doing a little more for their
sellers," said Max Pigman,
the vice president of Realtor.
cor.


Health Central's
Perin earns
ACHE award
Jonathan Perin, Health Cen-
tral's budget manager, was
recently chosen to receive the
Early Career Healthcare Execu-
tive Award from the American
College of Healthcare Execu-
tives (ACHE).
The award recognizes hard
work and devotion to the field
of healthcare management.
Perin was considered by
ACHE after a recommenda-
tion by Keith Lundquist, ACHE
chapter president vice president
of Health First Hospital. Upon
being nominated by Lundquist,
Perin underwent a formal re-
view by the ACHE Florida
eastern regent, Kevin DiLallo,
CEO of Wellington Regional
Medical Center.
DiLallo presented Perin with
the award at the American Col-
lege of Healthcare Executives
annual meeting and dinner.
Perin has. bachelor's and

Health Central
praised by AHA
The American Health Asso-
ciation recognized Health Cen-
tral in Ocoee for an initiative to
improve patient care.
Kathryn Deel, Health Cen-
tral's director ofquality man-
agement health information
services, was featured by the
(AHA) for her role in the hospi-
tal's quality initiative to reduce
hospital-acquired urinary track
infections.
In the Sept. 28 edition of AHA
News Now, Tom Priselac, AHA
chairman, praised Health Cen-
tral in his weekly column for its
best practices initiative as a role
model for other facilities.


Jonathan Perin of Health Central, right, receives the ACHE
Award from Kevin DiLallo.
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ministration from the Univer- operations analyst in finance
sity of Central Florida and has since 2008.


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Award-winning film will have exclusive
showing at West Orange 5 cinema in Ocoee


Local support can help dancer on 'So You Think You Can Dance'
Last week, Windermere resident Jakob Karr moved into the top 18 contestants on the TV
show 'So You Think You Can Dance.' This photo from a family flier illustrates his dancing
talent and reminds viewers to join the audience voting. The program airs Tuesdays.


By Mary Anne Swickerath

West Orange 5 cinema in Ocoee has received
the rights to present an exclusive showing of
the award-winning independent film Beautiful
Dreamer. This will be the film's first theatrical
showing. The movie will run at the West Orange
5 cinema beginning this Friday, Nov. 6, for the
next two weeks.
The film, which tells the love story of a World
War II pilot and his wife, won best-feature awards
at the Central Florida Film Festival, the L.A.
Femme Film Festival and the Temecula Valley
International Film Festival in 2006.
Taking the starring roles are Brooke Langton
(The Replacements) as Claire and Colin Egg-
lesfield (All My Children and the new Melrose
Place) as Joe. Claire and Joe grow up in a small


town, fall in love and marry just before the U.S.
declares war in 1941. His plane is shot down,
Claire is told he is dead. Years later she finds this
is not true, and the film traces her search for her
husband after the war.
The film, an old-fashioned, heart-warming
love story, much like those made in the 1940s,
was directed by Terri Farley-Teruel, a graduate
of the UCLA School of Theater Film and Televi-
sion, This is her first feature, although she has
had short films entered in festivals earlier in her
career.
Patrick Sirois, owner of the cinema told The
West Orange Times the reason his theater got
the opportunity for this exclusive screening was
through contacts he made during the Central
Florida Film Festival held at the West Orange
5 in September.


HCP earns national quality

improvement recognition


Health Central Park has
been praised nationally for its
extraordinary commitment to
quality care and services for
frail elders and people with dis-
abilities. HCP was honored with
a Step I Quality Award by the
American Health Care Associa-
tion (AHCA) during AHCA's
recent 60th Annual Convention
& Expo in Chicago.
This year, 439 facilities
were recognized with the Step
I Award. The Quality Awards
are independently judged by
a Board of Overseers, who
recently strengthened the pro-
gram by. developing 11 suc-
cess factors that serve as a
valuable framework and tool
for facilities that are initiating
a systems-based perspective
to achieve sustainable levels
of performance excellence.
Recipient'facilities have made
quality outcomes and customer
satisfaction top priorities.
A member of the Florida
Health Care Association, HCP
was one of 34 Step I Quality
Award recipients to receive this


prestigious honor in Florida.
The award was presented dur-
ing the closing ceremony for
AHCA's 60th Annual Conven-
tion, where nearly 3,000 long-
term-care professionals from
across the nation gathered to
learn best practices, network
with colleagues and rededicate
their commitment to quality
care.
"Florida long term care pro-
viders understand that quality is
the cornerstone of their profes-
sion, and we are pleased that
the American Health Care As-
sociation has recognized these
facilities and the staff for the in-
credible work they do each day
to ensure our state's frail elders
receive the highest quality care
they expect and deserve," said
Emmett Reed, FHCA executive
director.
Lori Jowett, Health Central
Park administrator, accepted
the award. Upon returning
to the Winter Garden center,
she threw a pafty for the staff
and .told everyone that "this
award was earned because of


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the team's quality approach to
care."
Each staff member was given
a gold quality pin to wear on his
or her badge to commemorate
this honor.


West Orange Habitat has lot, needs owner for next house


The West Orange Habitat For Humanity chap-
ter is breaking ground on its next affordable home
on Pine Street in Winter Garden and is still look-
ing for a qualified family to live in it.
Habitat builds simple, affordable homes for
deserving families who fit certain qualifying


criteria.
Applications can only be received by attending
an application orientation meeting. For more in-
formation, contact Bob with West Orange Habi-
tat For Humanity at 407-656-3239 or woh4h@
yahoo.com.


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Winter Garden


Sam I New Horizons church chooses best Sloppy Joes


New. Horizons Christian'
Church sponsored a Big Sloppy
Joe Cook-off recently in which
contestants prepared their per-
sonal versions of Sloppy Joe
sandwiches. There were two
categories of entries: traditional
and non-traditional.
The winner in the traditional
category was Donna Russell
of Winter Garden, and second


place went to Susan Walter of
Winter Garden. The winner of
the non-traditional category
was JacynNietrzeba of Ocoee,
and the second-place award
went to Anna McCrickard of
Winter Garden.
Each winner received an
apron announcing the victory.
Two impartial judges, Dee.
Clingman of Orlando and


J.D. Fitzsimons of Clermont
(who were not members of
the church), scored each entry-
according to three criteria for
Sloppy Joes. During the con-
test, members of the church
sampled the entries for them-
selves.
For more information, con-
tact the church office at 407-
654-5050.


Next sees well put to use
Pastor Scott Billue and Brian Vail of Next Community Church celebrate the opening of
the new well and water filtration'system with some of the children of Cuesta Arenas,
Dominican Republic. Church representatives took a recent mission trip to the city after
the installation was complete. The church has been collecting donations to be put toward
this well and system.


Susan Walter and Donna Russell (left photo) won for their traditional Sloppy Joe recipes.
Anna McCrickard and Keith Nietrzeba (representing his mother in her absence) won for
their non-traditional entries.


THOMAS HUCK
PATERSON

It's a boy!
Marcus and Amy Paterson of
Winter Garden are the parents
of a baby boy, Thomas Huck'
Paterson, born at 3:51 p.m. on
Oct. 22. He was 6 pounds, 15
ounces, and measured 19 inches
in length at birth.
Maternal grandparents are
Jane Leatherland of Clermont
and the late Paul Leatherland.
Paternal grandparents are Kay
Paterson of Clermont and the
late Thomas Paterson.
He joins his big brother, Hen-
drix.

Preschoolers invited
to Teddy Bear Tea
The Winter Garden Parks
and Recreation Department is
preparing for the Fifth Annual
"Teddy Bear Tea" for preschool-
ers ages 3-5 years old. The tea is,
Monday, Nov. 9, from 10 a.m.
to noon at Tanner Hall, 29 W.
Garden Ave. The event is free.
Guests can enjoy tea, cakes, face
painting, crafts, story-time and
a special surprise guest.
For more information, call
the Parks and Recreation office
at 407-656-4155 or visit www.
wintergarden-fl.gdv.

Oasis church plans
craft festival
Oasis Community Church is
hosting a craft festival Saturday,
Nov. 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and the community is invited for
shopping, food, raffle prizes and
more. Handmade items and jew-
elry and cosmetics are among
the items that will be for sale.
Vendors and crafters can
e-mail events_coordinator@
OASIS-CC.org. Oasis is at 607
Avalon Road (County Road
545) in Winter Garden.

Avalon's fall festival
is on 'The Hill"
The old-fashioned AvalonFest
fall festival is Nov. 14 from 2-6
p.m. with live bluegrass music,
a hayride through the orange
groves, game booths, prizes,
inflatable games and a commu-
nity covered-dish supper.
The festival is at 17564
Seidner Road, Winter Garden.

Garden Theatre
to host 'Crimes'
The Garden Theatre presents
the Beth Marshall Presents pro-
duction of Crimes of the Heart
from Nov. 13-29 at the Garden
Theatre (160 W. Plant St.).
The Garden Theatre and
Beth Marshall Presents will
offer Post-Performance Talk-
Backs on Sunday, Nov. 15, and
Sunday, Nov. 22, following the
show, and guests can ask ques-
tions of the cast and crew.
For tickets, contact the Box
Office at 407-877-GRDN.


W.G. Police Department planning Welitrax hosts aging expert on importance of grandparents
annual to ro ram for children


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The Winter Garden Police
Department is kicking off its
annual Holiday Gifts for, Kids
program for city residents. To.
register a child between the age
of newborn and 12 years old,
stop by 8 N. Highland Ave. (the
old Water Department building)
on one of the following dates:
Monday, Nov. 30, from 5-8 p.m.
and Saturday,.Dec. 5, from 8-10
a.m. and 4-6 p.m.
When registering, a guardian
or parent must be present and
bring a valid Florida Identifi-
cation Card or Florida Driver's
License with a current address,


the child's original birth certifi-
cate (not a copy from the hos-
pital) and proof of residency in
Winter Garden (such as a water
bill, and the address on the bill
must match the guardian's or
parent's Florida Identification
Card or driver's license).
The pick up for the toys will
be on Dec. 19 between 8 and 9
a.m. at 8 N. Highland Ave.
The Winter Garden Police
Department will accept d6na-
tions of new toys or cash until
Dec. 14. For more information
on this program, call 407-877-
4816.


Training session Nov. 14 for
Garden Theatre volunteers


The Garden Theatre's next
volunteer training session is
Saturday, Nov. 14, from 11 a.m.
to noon and will provide details
on theater history and opera-
tions and volunteer roles.
The Garden Theatre is seek-
ing individuals interested in
volunteering for the 2009-10
live performance season in the
concession area, taking tick-
ets, ushering and a variety of
other activities. High school


students 15 and older needing
community service hours can
also fulfill their requirements
with this volunteer opportunity.
Volunteers are invited to watch
the performance for free on the
night they volunteer.
For additional information or
to register for the training ses-
sion, contact the Garden The-
atre Box Office, 160 W. Plant
St., at 407-877-4736 or email at
volunteer@gardentheatre.org.


Photo by Nicole Manvel Walls
The theater's 'youngest volunteer,' 6-month-old Julianna
Fallucca, 'helped' her grandmother, Lyn Fallucca, as she
worked the theater's Music Fest booth last month.

Watch for
Winter Garden's
"BOWLING
FOR DOLLARS"
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If anyone had any doubts that
"grandparents are special," those
doubts were dispelled by Dr.
Nancy Williams, aging special-
ist, in her recent talk at Welltrax.
Her topic was "The Importance
of Grandparents."
She dispelled negative stereo-
types surrounding grandparents
and the older population and
told the story of a 105-year-old
woman who volunteers at her
local senior center by driving
"old folks" to their doctor ap-
pointments.
One of the most important
services grandparents provide
is to take care of the grandchil-
dren while their parents work.
Studies show that 30 percent of
preschoolers receive free day
care from a grandparent. More-
over, she said approximately 4.7
million children in the U.S. live
on a full-time basis with their
grandparents.
Williams emphasized the im-
portance of grandparents main-
taining their health through good
nutrition and exercise.
The speaker finished her
presentation on a positive note,
sharing a number of creative
ways they can remain a special
part of their grandchildren's
lives. The highlight was a "Qui-
et Book" that Williams' grand-
mother had handmade for her
daughter many years ago. Made
from cloth pages, it contained an
assortment of objects to teach
the child about buttons, zippers,
numbers and many more engag-
ing activities.
Welltrax is a physical and edu-
cational wellness center located
at 55 N. Dillard'St. Welltrax of-
fers an array of wellness oppor-
tunities, including classes like
Dr. Williams', fitness classes
tailored to specific groups, pri-
vate personal training, massages
and individual wellness consul-
tations by Dr. Jacque Dunegan,
exercise physiologist and well-
ness expert.
The next class is "Age-Relat-
ed Wellness Strategies For Men
- Getting Older and Wiser, Not
Wider" by Ron Owens, MA and
exercise physiologist, Thursday,
Nov. 5, from 7-8 p.m. A sched-
ule of events is available at
www.welltrax.com.


Aging specialist Dr. Nancy Williams spoke to grandparents
and other seniors recently at Welltrax in Winter Garden.




First United Methodist Church
"The Place for Children"


Service Times
9. AM Praise & Worship Service
10:15 AM Sunday School for All Ages
11:15AM Morning Worship.Service



1 Block off Historic Plant Street
125 N. Lakeview Ave.
www.fumcwg.org 407-656-1135
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PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF WINTER GARDEN

The regular City Commission meeting of Thursday,
November 12, 2009 has been changed to Tuesday,
November 10, 2009 At 6:30 p.m. In City Hall, 300 W.
Plant Street, Winter Garden, Florida. Also, the regular
meetings of November 26 and December 24, 2009 have
been cancelled for the holidays.


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5K Fun-Run
planned in W.G.
The Winter Garden 5K Fun-
Run is Saturday, Nov. 21, start-
ing at 7:30 a.m. on West Plant
Street. The fee for the "Run in
the Garden" is $18 prior to Nov.
14, $23 from Nov. 15-20 and
$30 on race day.
Registration information is
available at Tri-n-Run of West
Orange at 407-905-4786 or
wwwtrinrun.com.

8th annual
W.G. Art Festival
is Nov. 21-22
The Winter Garden Art Festi-
val is the weekend of Nov. 21-22
in Winter Garden. It is produced
by the Downtown Winter Gar-
den Merchants Guild. A juried
art show will take place, and
there will be food vendors and
live entertainment.
The event is free to the public
and is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday. It will be located along
downtown Plant Street.


At the library
Family Movie Night
is Thursday at 6:30
The Winter Garden Library
will show The Battle for Terra
this Thursday, Nov. 5, at 6:30
p.m. during Family Movie
Night. A peaceful alien planet
faces annihilation, as the home-
less remainder 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 Month at the Winter Garden
Library this Saturday, Nov. 7, at
11:30 a.m. The program is pre-
sented by the Civil Air Patrol
and the Air Force Association,
and materials will be provided.
Call 407-835-7481 to register.

English chatter
Improve your English-
speaking skills while enjoying
refreshments at the Winter Gar-
den Library on Tuesday, Nov.
10, at 6:30 p.m.


Thursday, November 5, 2009 The West Orange Times 9A


Oakland


Birthday wishes
The Puffins & Monkeys celebrate Ms. Colleen's birthday. It's not only the kids who have
fun at ASP VPK at Oakland.


Rent meeting hall
Residents and organizations
can rent the Oakland meeting
hall on North Tubb Street. Rent-
al includes use of the kitchen
facilities. For information, call
Town Hall at 407-656-1117.

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


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Theirs to keep
Raffle winners Richard and Barbara Bricker show off their
new bikes after winning the raffle at the recent Oakland
Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival. The raffle was held by
the Friends of Lake Apopka'to benefit the Oakland Na-
ture Preserve. FOLA purchased 1 of the bikes, and Dennis
Jones, owner of Wheel Works in Winter Garden, donated
the 2nd bike. It was the first time the Brickers had been to
Oakland. 'We came over to rentbikes and ride the trail and
ended up spending the day at the festival instead,' said
Richard. 'Now we can come out and ride the trail as often
as we like.'



Oakland I A
Presbyterian iL
Church

218 E. Oakland Avenue g ,
(State Road 438) Oakland, FL 34760 V


407-656-4452
www.oaklandpres.org

Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr.
Pastor
Jennifer Hunt
Music Director
Emily Justice
Youth Director
Diane Flagler
Organist
Bonnie Litteral
Children's Choir
Tiffany Goggans
Director of Christian Education

Men's Prayer Breakfast
Tuesday 7am


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Nursery Care
Children & Youth Ministry
Senior Citizen Events
Outstanding Music Program
Upward Basketball
Program
Vacation Bible School
Summer Music Camp
SPreschool

Sunday Worship
8:45 a.m. Informal &
Contemporary
11:00 a.m. Traditional

Sunday School
S9:45 a.m.


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Save the Date!

November 14, 2009

* Ribbon cutting by Winter Garden Mayor, John Rees
& City Council Members
* Professional circus jugglers, stilt walkers and face painters
* Tours of state-of-the-art program and campus by
Directors and faculty
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10A The West Orange Times Thursday, November 5, 2009


Ocoee


Nadia Garzon brought one of the Michelee Puppets to an
Ocoee Rotary meeting.

Puppeteer visits Rotary Club of Ocoee
Nadia Garzdn, a professional actor and puppeteer with Michelee
Puppets, recently brought a friend to help show the Ocoee Rotary
Club just how well puppets can connect with kids. The art of pup-
petry educates as well as entertains, she explained.
Nadia and her troupe present productions all over Central Florida
that are great fun for children of all ages - but fun with a seri-
ous purpose. Programs include performances and workshops that
address subjects such as bullying, diversity, literacy and health
education.
A noteworthy part of Nadia's presentation was sharing letters
from kids about how their lives have been touched by the shows
and the remarkable ability of a puppet to teach. Kids have learned
through these shows about health and become empowered to deal
with bullying and other childhood challenges.
For more about Michelee Puppets, visit www.MicheleePuppets.


org or www.OcoeeRotary.org

Lions to host final
fall turkey shoots
The Ocoee Lions Club's fi-
nal fall turkey shoots will take
place Saturday, Nov. 7, and Sat-
urday, Nov. 21, in the field next
to the West Orange Girls Club
on Ocoee-Apopka Road. Sign-
ups begin at 8 a.m. on each of
those days, and the cost is $2.50
around. The shoots also include
a concession stand and a shot-
gun raffle.

Romero graduates
Army National Guard Pvt.
Elias Romero has graduated
from the Direct Fire Infantry-
man One Station Unit Training
at Fort Benning in Columbus,
Ga.
The training consisted of Ba-
sic Combat Training and Ad-
vanced Individual Training.
Romero, a 2006 graduate of
Ocoee High School, is the son
of Hector and Elvia Romero
of Sand Dollar Key Drive in
Ocoee.

Bedtime stories
Children can dress up in their
comfy pajamas and bring their
favorite blanket or stuffed ani-
mal for bedtime stories at the
West Oaks Library on Thurs-
days, Nov. 5 and 19, at 7 p.m.
Call 407-835-7323 to register.

Make a paper rocket
Learn how to make a paper
rocket in honor of Aviation His-
tory Month at the West Oaks Li-
brary on Saturday, Nov. 7, at 2
p.m. The prograntis presented
by the Civil Air Patrol and the
Air Force Association, and ma-
terials will be provided. Call
407-835-7481 to register.

Holiday gifts
Get crafty with Beads at
MetroWest and learn how to
make holiday gifts at the West
Oaks Library. All ages are wel-
come to design colorful jewelry
on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 6:30
p.m.


Community dinners
at House Blend Caf6
House Blend Cafe at 10730
W. Colonial Drive in Ocoee will
host community dinners from
5:30-8 p.m. on Friday nights in
November. The table-service
dinners will be only $2.99 per
plate, including beverage, and
will include entrees such as pork
loin, shrimp linguine and baked
ziti. The menu will change from
week to week.
House BlendCaf6 will also
prepare a Thanksgiving dinner
free for the homeless on Thurs-
day, Nov. 26, from 5:30-8 p.m.
A shower trailer will be parked
at the restaurant, and free hair-
cuts will be offered at 1 p.m.

Bingo benefit
A special bingo benefit will
be held this Saturday, Nov. 7,
from 4-8 p.m. at the Tom Ison
Center on Adair Street in Ocoee.
It will be four hours of bingo
and raffle prizes. Everyone is
invited.


At the festival
West Orange Civitan member Bernice Long and Ocoee
Mayor Scott Vandergrift were on hand at the Citrus Ele-
mentary School Fall Family Festival. Civitans volunteered
to help with games and food serving.

Holiday d6cor event at Woman's Club


The Woman's Club of Ocoee,
4 N. Lakewood Ave., will host
"A Holiday Decor Illumination"
on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 9:30
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with the coop-
eration of Betty J's Florist.
Tim Ryan, an award-vinning
floral designer and recipient of
the 2008 Florida State Florist
Association Sunshine Cup,
will create holiday arrange-


ments and share decorating
tips for the home. Decorative
items will be for sale, and all
of Ryan's arrangements will
be auctioned off at the end of
the day. In addition, guests will
receive a coupon from Betty J's
Florist.
Tickets are $25 each and are
available by calling Sherry at
407-886-3285. ,


Local businesses asked to donate


All businesses in Southwest
Orange County are invited to
participate in a Just One
Item Food Drive benefiting
the Christian Service Center
in Ocoee. As always, the Center
is in desperate need of non-per-
ishable foods items and would
like to collect as many items as
possible for the upcoming holi-
day season. The center asks that


each participating business re-
quest each student, employee or
visitor to donate Just One Item
towards the Food Drive.
For further informa-
tion and details about the Just
One Item Food Drive, contact
Rhonda Gullette during busi-
ness hours at 407-925-2015 or
email her at rhondagull@aol.
com.


Need help stretching your food budget?


Ocoee Oaks Methodist
Church is a host site for An-
gel Food Ministries. You can
buy a week's worth of nutri-
tious food for a family of four
for only $30. Everyone in the
community is invited to partic-
ipate. Ordering online is now
available. Go to www.angel-
foodministries.com, and click
on "Order Online." Deadline
for ordering is Nov. 8. You can
send checks to Angel Food


Garage sale set
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
interested in selling items and
renting a space, prices are $10
each plus a $10 refund on de-
posit. For more information,
send an e-mail to ohsmarch-
ingknights @ gmail.com.


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1151 Blackwood Ave. Ste. 120
Ocoee, FL 34761

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Ministries, P.O. Box 680313,
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also pay when you pick up
your order for the next month
by debit card now.
You can also drop off money
or a check at the church be-
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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.,


Ocoee native's

book published
Tommy Mann, an Ocoee
native, who is now the pastor
of students at Philippi Baptist
Church in Union, S.C., has re-
cently had his book, All the Law,
published by PublishAmerica.
"I wrote All the Law because
I think so many Christians have
become slaves to legalism," said
Mann. "They become obsessed
with obeying rules for an out-
ward show, but in their hearts
there is no love for God. Chris-
tianity was never intended to be
a religion of labor but a relation-
ship of love. All the Law teaches
us that if we love right then we
will live right."
Mann is a graduate of Calvary
Christian School in Winter Gar-
den and earned a degree from
Arlington Baptist College in
Texas with a major in the Bible.
He and his wife, Alicia, have a
daughter, Reagan.
PublishAmerica's goal is
to encourage and promote the
works of new and previously
undiscovered writers.
For more. details on pur-
chasing this book, visit www.
publishamerica.com or
ww.tommymannministries.com.


TOMMY MANN


'All the Law' was written by
Tommy Mann.


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Thursday, November 5, 2009 The West Orange Times


- The United Methodist Wom-
en of St. Luke's Methodist
Church will host its 27th annual
Holiday Bazaar this Friday and
Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7. The sale
hours are 5-9 p.m. on Friday and
9 a.m. to noon on Saturday. The
bazaar theme this year is "Joy to
the World," and the UMW has
been holding craft workshops
for many months to prepare for
the sale. Proceeds from the ba-

WO Republican
Women meet Nov. 12
The West Orange Republi-
can Women's Club, Federated
will hold its next meeting and
luncheon Thursday, Nov. 12,
at 12:15 p.m. at Windermere
Country Club. The cost of lunch
is $17. The guest speaker will
be Selena 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-
6782.

1st Baptist presents
new worship - 10:27
First Baptist Church Wind-
ermere will present a new wor-
ship experience on Tuesdays at
7 p.m. Tom Dale, Mark Goff,
Chris Nix and Erik Hardgrove
lead the service, featuring
high-energy worship music. It
has been added to reach young
adults between the ages of 18-
30, but all are welcome.
Childcare is not available.
For more information, call
the church office at 407-876-
2234.

Learn to plan your
financial future
Learn how to plan for your fi-
nancial future at the Windermere
Library on Thursday, Nov. 5, at
6 p.m. and at the Southwest Li-
brary on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 11
a.m. Ameriprise Financial will
present the program. Refresh-
ments will be provided.

PJ Jamboree set
for 3rd Thursday
Once a month on the third
Thursday, the Windermere Li-
brary will sponsor a Pajama
Jamboree. Area children are
invited to come to the library
Thursday, Nov. 19, at 6 p.m. in
their favorite pajamas for a bed-
time story and crafts, as well as
cookies and milk.

Gaming party at
local library
The Windermere Library
will host 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 3Pp.m.


Scouts create tiles
for 9/11 memorial
Eagle Scout candidate Jeff
Cox of Boy Scout Troop
6 organized a group of
fellow Scouts to paint tiles
for his project to install
a Sept. 11 memorial in
Windermere. Cox is acquir-
ing a section of steel from
the World Trade Center in
New York that will become
the main element of the
monument. Last week
at Studio 6 ceramics on
Maguire Road, the Scouts
painted and glazed tiles
that will be featured in the
memorial. The tile designs
represent the 90 countries
who had citizens killed in
the attack. At right, Cox is
shown with a number of the
completed tiles. Below, he
helps other Scouts cre-
ate a design for his tile.


zaar will go to charity.
The bazaar will feature great
variety of items in extensive
arrangement of merchandise
shops.
The shops include-a bakery,
silent auction booth, handmade
crafts, a boutique, wooden crafts
for the home and yard, Santa's
workshop, photos with Santa,
jewelry, Christmas decorations
and ornaments, seasonal items


and greenery for fall, garden or-
naments and accessories, angel
d6cor items, handmade aprons
and quilts, knitted hats and
shawls, fresh Georgia peanuts,
food concessions and much
more.
The church is located at 4851
S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando. For more information,
call Carol Morris at 407-903-
0718.


Join in Camp Ithiel Junk From


Your Trunk sale
Area residents are invited
to join a cooperative Com-
munity Yard Sale at Camp
Ithiel on Saturday, Nov. 7,
from 8 a.m. to noon. The event
is co-sponsored by the Ithiel
Camp and Retreat Center and
New Covenant Church of the


Saturday, Nov. 7
Brethren at 2037 Hempel Ave.
in Gotha.
To reserve a space for the
Junk From Your Trunk Sale,
call 407-592-4994. Proceeds
from the reservation fees
will benefit the West Orange
Christian Service Center.


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* 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, at 6:30 p.m. in
the Parish Life Center at Holy
Family Catholic Church.
A gourmet dinner prepared
by ChefAngelo will be served,
with a special children's menu
available. Dinner, dancing and
entertainment by Rick Jeffries
should provide an evening to
remember.
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


Local libraries host
Canine Social
Bring your dog to the South-
west Library this Saturday, Nov.
7, at 1 p.m. and to the Wind-
ermere Library on Saturday,
Nov. 14, at 1 p.m.
There will be free dog treats
and a raffle.

Strengthen your
immune system
Dr. Micelle O'Shaghnessy
from the Aesthetic Acupuncture
Clinic will present' a program
this Thursday, Nov. 5, at 7 p.m.
at the Southwest Library on how
traditional Chinese medicine
can help the immune system.
Call 407-835-7323 to register.

Holiday Bazaar
at Christ the King
Lutheran on Nov. 14
Christ the King Lutheran
Church, 4962 Apopka-Vineland
Rd., will hold a Holiday Bazaar
on Saturday, Nov. 14, from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will
feature crafts, baked goods and
raffles. For more details, call the
church at 407-876-2771.


U.S. Army Spc. Marcus Griffin and his family will be hon-
ored at Holy Family Catholic Church on Nov. 7.


johnradamsorl@yahoo.com
or call Jim McQuillan at 407-
877-2149. A portion of the pro-
ceeds will be designated for the


Book Club to meet
Nov. 10 at library
The Southwest Book Club
will meet Tuesday, Nov. 10, at
7 p.m. Members will discuss
the book The Painted Drum by
Louise Erdrich. Readers will
uncover the mysterious powers
of a ceremonial drum, which
possesses spiritual powers and
changes the lives of people who
encounter it.
Anyone 18 years and older
is invited to attend this group
discussion.
For more. information, call
407-835-7323 or send an e-mail
to southwest@ocls.info.


"Home at Last II" project.
The Parish Life' Center is
located at 5125 S. Apopka-
Vineland Road, Orlando.


First Saturday
Singles Dance set
for this Saturday
St. Luke's United Methodist
Church is having a First Satur-
day Singles Dance in the church
gym from 8-11 p.m. this Satur-
day, Nov. 7. Doors open at 7:15
p.m.
Cost is $8 and includes a fin-
ger-food buffet and soft drinks.
Music will be provided by Cen-
tral Florida Entertainment.
The church is located at 4851
S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Or-
lando.
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Herold Alvares uses his left foot to complete his painting.


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Overcoming challenges through art


Herold Alvares, above, writes his name on
a business card as he sells his paintings.
Joseph Jean Paul, below, works on sketch
drawings.


By Michael Laval

Health Central in Ocoee hosted a pair of
artists from Haiti last month who put on
an exhibition of painting and drawing and
overcoming challenges.
Crowds gathered around and-watched in
the atrium at Health Central while Herold
Alvares, who was born without arms, and Jo-
seph Jean Paul, who is without arms or legs,
created their colorful works of art. Some in
the crowd liked what they saw enough to
purchase and take home their art.
The two men have displayed their art in
several cities throughout North America
and were accompanied to Ocoee with fa-
ther Gaby Tassy of St. Vincent's Center for
Handicapped Children in Port-au-Prince,
Haiti. Both Alvares and Jean Paul were
raised at St. Vincent's and taught to write
and cultivate their artistic talents.
SWhen the school first opened its doors
in 1945, it cared for six blind, deaf or mal-
nourished children. Today, St. Vincent's
provides medical attention, schooling, food
and clothing for more than 400 students,
most of whom are deaf, blind or physically
handicapped. Many of the children have
been dropped off by parents who cannot
care for them.
Due to the extremely poor and unsani-
tary conditions in Haiti, Tassy said, many
children are born with deformed or missing
limbs.
Despite their handicaps, both men are liv-
ing productive lives. Alvares sold several
paintings at Health Central for as much as
$150 apiece and said he is working toward
his goal of having his own home. Jean Paul
now lives in Quebec, Canada, where he con-
tinues his art and works for a company that
develops prosthetic limbs.
Paulina Wolfe, director of volunteer ser-
vices at Health Central, said the men from
St. Vincent's and their art.were an inspi-
ration to many patients and visitors at the
hospital.


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Thursday, November 5, 2009 The West Orange Times 13A


Social


YMCA holds 1st Y-not? Wirfe & Fashion Show


Stefano's Italian Grille, lo-
cated in the Summerport Vil-
lage Shopping Center in Winter
Garden, was recently the host
and main sponsor of the first
Y-not? Wine & Fashion Show
benefitting the Roper YMCA
Youth Scholarship Fund. The
event was a collaboration of
community partners from the
Winter Garden and Ocoee ar-
eas.
Kevin Scott, a local musi-
cian, performed live on his
saxophone, and disc jockey
Brandon Ozdemir pumped out
the tunes. Donna Simpson, an
instructor at the Y, was master
of ceremonies for the event.
Models heating up the red
carpet were all locals. Patty
Chastang, Cassy Rivers, Kelli


Malmberg, Mary MaCeachin
and Eric Koolitch are all mem-
bers of the Roper Y. Three of
the models (Marcell Harris,
Winston Chastang and Nate
Ozdemir) are players on the
West Orange High School foot-
ball team. Johan Bergh is a lo-
cal pastor. Jacobie Green and
Bianca Heylek are employed
by YMCA. Barbara Roper,
namesake of the Roper YMCA
and avid supporter of the local
community, showed off her
Chico's accessories. She even
enticed Johnnie Rivers, a local
restaurateur and event guest, to
join her in a dance down the
red carpet.
The littlest model, Jonatha
Ozdemir, unexpectedly joined
the event in his own wardrobe


and personal style of working
the red carpet.
Apparel for the show was
provided by Jos. A. Bank and
Chico's, both from the Winter
Garden Shopping Village at
Fowler Groves, as well as the
pro shop at the Windermere
Country Club.
Jason Gladfelter of Jos. A.
Bank, shared his enthusiasm,
Adding, "We definitely want in
next year."
. Special thanks went to Olga
and Sea Heylek for their tire-
less efforts to pull this event off
and Pastor Jo Dunwell, YMCA
board member, for providing
the red carpet ambience and
quenching the thirst of attend-
ees on such a hot evening with
his own brand of water.


Bloom'N' Grow garden club continues
to support Oakland Nature Preserve
Bloom'N' Grow Garden Society President Sara Smith presents a check for $2,000 to Jim
Thomas at the Oakland Nature Preserve. The funds will assist ONP in the installation 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. Anyone
interested in helping to plant the garden is welcome to attend the work party scheduled
for Saturday, Nov. 14, at 10 a.m. For more information on this or other programs offered
at ONP, go to www.oaklandnaturepreserve.org or call 407-905-0054.


Fashionable lunch
The Olympia High School PTSA hosted a teacher and staff lunch partly sponsored by
Froots on Oct. 22. Wraps and salads were served along with numerous desserts donated
by volunteers.


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'We can't eliminate stress,' says Lisa Broesch, president
of In Bliss Coaching and Consulting Group. 'But we can
create strategies to deal with the issues of stress in our
everyday life.' Broesch spoke at the West Orarge Kiwanis
Club recently offering members and guests tips and sug-
gestions for them to go from stress to success within min-
utes. She also suggested people focus on what they don't
want in their life. With her is Kiwanian John Hambuch.

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W.G. museums
seek volunteers
There is a wide range of ac-
tivities for volunteers at the
museums of the Winter Garden
Heritage Foundation. To volun-
teer at a museum, call 407-656-
3244.


Duplicate bridge
N-S: 1. B.J. Ellis-B. Shel-
ton 2. L. and T. Saulino 3. B.
Ballenger-B. Cox 4. D. Parrish-
J. Mitchell 5. V. and J. Elwell;
E-W: 1. J. and G. Woltman 2. V.
Oberaitis-J. Muzeni 3. B. and R.
Blair 4. L. and J. Pylman 5. E.
Burrow-L. Meador.


Volunteer at Health
Central Park
Volunteer opportunities are
available at Health Central Park,
a long-term care facility'in Win-
ter Garden..
Call Judy Skilton, director of
Recreation Therapy & Volunteer
Services, at 407-296-1656, to
apply or for information.

Scouts can
volunteer at ONP
The Oakland Nature Preserve
is looking for volunteer Girl
Scouts and Boy Scouts. The pre-
serve welcomes boys working
toward their Eagle Scout badge
and girls working on 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 at 407-905-0054.

Evans Class of 1980
The Evans High School Class
of 1980 is planning a reunion
next summer in Orlando. The
committee is gathering names
and addresses on classmates at
www.evans 1980.coln.


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Foundation Academy plans 1st reunion
. Foundation Academy is looking for former students, faculty, par-
ents and friends of the school for the school's first Reunion Round
Up. It is Nov. 27 from 4-6 p.m. at the South Campus, 15304 Tilden
Road, Winter Garden. RSVP to jbradford@foundationacademy.
net. Dinner will be served.
Foundation Academy is putting together a presentation of the
school years of First Baptist Church School/Foundation Academy
and is looking for photos. Digital photos can be e-mailed to tjohn-
son@foundationacademy.net. Regular photographs'can be dropped
off at the North Campus, 125 E. Plant St., Winter Garden.


Happy Birthday Audrey!
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Thursday, November 5, 2009


DP clinches
District 6 football
title with record-
breaking blowout
The Dr. Phillips Panthers
shattered 11 school football
records in a 69-0 thrashing of
Kissimmee Gateway to clinch
their third district championship
in four years and home field ad-
vantage in the first round of the
playoffs.
Dee Hart scored four touch-
downs, including two on punt
returns of 64 and 47 yards, Mar-
vin Ford rushed for three scores
and Roderick Ryles intercepted
two passes, returning one for
a 31-yard touchdown, as the
Panthers improved to 8-0. The
Panther defense recorded its
school-record fifth shutout of
the year, punishing Gateway to
the tune of negative 19 yards of
total offense.
DP ran only 29 plays from
scrirmnage in only seven pos-
sessions but scored on six. Ford
(seven carries, 47 yards) got the
Panthers on the board in the first
quarter with a five-yard touch-
down run and followed up with
a three-yard scoring run with
three minutes remaining in the
period.
After the defense forced a
punt on the ensuing possession,
Hart (216 all-purpose yards)
fielded the punt at the DP 36-
yard line and raced 64 yards for
the touchdown to push the lead
to 21-0 at the end of the quarter.
In the second, Ryles blocked his
first punt of the season to give
the Panthers possession at the
SGateway 27, and a minute lat-
er, Hart's 10-yard touchdown
pass from Robbie Matey (3 of
8 for 51 yards) pushed the lead
to 28-0.
Charles Favors jumped an
a Gateway fumble on its next
drive to give DP possession at
the 13-yard line, and two plays
later, Hart took it to the house
for a 34-0 lead.
Abad punt on Gateway's next
drive set up DP once again in
the red zone before Kenny Shaw
scored on a 15-yard touchdown
run. HaSean Clinton-Dix fol-
lowed on the ensuing possession
with a 47-yard interception re-
turn for a touchdown to give DP
a 48-0 lead at the half.
The second half saw the Pan-
thers run a total of seven plays,
all in one drive, but the points
piled up regardless. Ford's
18-yard touchdown run on the
opening drive pushed the score
to 55-0 and was followed by
Ryles' fifth interception of the


High school rowers from the
Orlando Area Rowing Society
(OARS) competed in their first
regatta of this school year on
Oct. 10 in the 21st First Coast
Head Race.
The regatta is a 5,000-me-
ter (3.1-mile) course on the
St. Johns and Arlington Rivers
in Jacksonville. In contrast to
sprint races in which boats race
against each other, in head races
all boats are started sequentially
and race against the clock.
The OARS youth boys and
girls won first place in the Light-
weight 4+ categories. The boys
won third place in the 8+ boat
and second place in the 4+ boat.
The girls won second place in
the 8+ boat and third place in
the 4+boat.
"The most important accom-
plishments from the race was
the team's maturity and profes-
sionalism shown on and off the
water," said OARS Coach Justin
Knust.
For more information about
OARS, visit wwvw.oars-online.
com.


OARS rowers (bottom to top) Lauren Hudak, Ashley Flow-
ers, Calena Illan, Elizabeth Kelley, Aspen Davis, Jenna
Suss, Christian Hansen, Katie Bell and Jessica Dasher
compete on the St. Johns River.


In the annual showdown between the Knights,
East Ridge defeated visiting Ocoee 32-20 last Fri-
day night.
Ocoee (6-3, 3-2) got on the scoreboard first
with a two-yard touchdown run by D.J. Gary that
capped a first-quarter drive. East Ridge answered
with a pair of touchdowns in the second quarter, and
Ocoee quarterback Dustin Denman connected with
tight end Dillon Kelly on a nine-yard touchdown
pass that gave Ocoee a 14-13 lead at halftime.
East Ridge regained the lead, 19-14, with the
lone touchdown of the third quarter. The Ocoee


The 2nd Annual Run for the Gift 5K and Aqua-
thon will be held at Southwest Aquatics in Winter
Garden this Saturday, Nov. 7.
The day's activities kick off at 8 a.m. with the
Aquathon, which consists of a 500-yard swim
plus a 5K run. fe.rticipants may als(qchoose to
run or swim in only one of the events father than


defense broke up East Ridge's attempt at a two-
point conversion pass. East Ridge extended the
margin to 25-14 in the fourth quarter with a 10-
yard touchdown run. Ocoee rallied as Denman hit
Trenier Orr on a 15-yard touchdown pass, but the
two-point attempt fell short, leaving Ocoee trailing
25-20. On the ensuing kickoff, though, East Ridge
iced the game with a 52-yard kickoff return to the
end zone.
Ocoee looks to close out its regular season with
a win this Friday when the Knights host Apopka
for their home finale.


both. Post-race festivities will include an awards
ceremony, petting zoo, face painting and other
family activities.
All proceeds from the event are used by The
Gift of Swimming program to provide swim
lessons. To register, call407-905-0999 or visit
www.southwestaquatics.com.


Olympia upsets Apopka


to capture 1st district crown


Pholos by Michael Laval
DPHS crowned Lepert Jarrett (right) and Jshari Denmark
as its Homecoming king and queen last Friday night.


Olympia High rallied from an early 12-point
deficit at home to defeat longtime district power
Apopka 22-12 last Friday night. Pending the
results of an eligibility ruling by the FHSAA,
the victory sealed Olympia's first-ever district
football championship.
"This victory means everything to our pro-
gram," said Titan Head Coach Bob Head. "This
is the school's first district title, and we are
playing for a home game in the playoffs. I think
when you beat a team like Apopka, it shows your
team that you can play with anybody. It could
have been easy to quit after going down after
the first four minutes of the game; however, our
kids never quit and never panicked. They played
their hearts out."
After the Blue Darters scored on a pair of first-
quarter touchdown runs that were both followed
by missed extra-point conversions, the Titans
.trailed 12-0. Quarterback Trevor Siemian, who
passed for 173 yards on 18 of 30 passing, an-
swered for Olympia by capping a 90-yard drive
with a seven-yard touchdown pass to Rudy
Crowder, who set up the score moments earlier
with a 50-yard catch and run over the middle.
Both teams were held out of the end zone
throughout the second quarter, and Ja'air Young
kept Olympia within one score by intercepting
an Apopka pass near the goal line before half-


time.
The Titans opened the second half by march-
ing 87 yards down the field and taking the lead
with another TD pass from Siemian to Crowder
from inside the 10-yard line. Siemain ran for the
ensuing two-point conversion to put the Titans
up 15-12.
The Olympia defense continued to show its
toughness by shutting out Apopka's high-pow-
ered offense throughout the final three quarters of
play. Stephen Ragin killed another Apopka scor-
ing threat with a fourth-quarter interception.
Clinging to a three-point lead in the final
minutes, Olympia methodically pushed forward
against Apopka and twice converted on fourth
down to keep the final drive alive. Facing fourth
down with two minutes remaining, Siemian
sealed the victory by connecting with Sanders
Suis on a six-yard fade pass in the end zone.
Olympia improved to 6-2 overall and 5-0 in
District 5 play. The Titans, though, are still await-
ing an FHSAA ruling on the eligibility of tailback
Jarius Pace, who transferred this summer from
East Ridge. Pace has sat out Olympia's last five
games, but if the state authority rules against
him, the Titans would forfeit two district wins
in which Pace played earlier this season. In that
case, Olympia would still need a win this Friday
at East Ridge to keep its crown.


DP sweeps Olympia for district volleyball title


Megan Hodges recorded 25 kills and 12 digs
as the Dr. Phillips High varsity girls volleyball
team cruised to its second consecutive district
championship with a 25-19,25-14,25-14 victory
over rival Olympia.
Krystal Rodriguez finished with 15 digs, and
Tiffany Strong added 12 digs and five aces as the
Lady Panthers improved to 24-2 on the season.
DPjumped out to a 7-2 lead in game one and
extended the lead to.13-4 on Erika Figueroa's
four-point serving run. Hodges smacked down
two consecutive kills to make it 20-11, but Olym-
pia went on an 8-1 run before the Panthers closed
it out on a Strong kill, 25-19.
In the second game, DP held a 6-3 lead, but
Olympia tied the match at 7-7 before Marisa
Gaynor's two-handed dunk capped a 6-0 run and
the Lady Panthers ran away with a 25-14 win.
Game three mirrored the first with DP rac-


ing out to a 10-1 to force an Olympia timeout.
DP jumped ahead 21-9, but Olympia fought
furiously as play jumped back and forth with
spectacular blocks and digs by both teams until
Megan Hodges ended the flurry with a powerful
kill off a defender's head. Chantal McCrimon
finished the match with a block and a follow-up
kill for the 25-14 final.
The Lady Panthers were set to host Kissimmee
Gateway this Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. in the
regional quarterfinal match.
DP clinched a spot in the regional finals with
a 25-6, 25-13, 25-11 sweep of host South Lake
in the' semifinals of the district tournament last
week. Hodges picked up 14 kills and seven digs,
Strong had ten kills and five aces, Kailyn Hemani
totaled eight digs and six kills, while Rodriguez
(ten digs) and Gaynor (five kills) had superb
outings.


Panther football players celebrate one of many touch-
downs last Friday night with a leaping chest bump.


year for a 31-yard touchdown.
A 47-yard punt return for a score
by Hart resulted in the final mar-
gin.
Hart's four touchdowns in-
creased his career total to a
school-record 34, eclipsing
Thomas Shuler's mark of 33.
DP also set records for points
(69), interceptions in a game
(Ryles), extra points (Shawn


Moffitt, nine), touchdowns in a
game (10), first downs allowed
(three), fewest rushing yards al-
lowed (-40), fewest total yards
allowed (-19), return touch-
downs (Hart, two) and team
return touchdowns (four). DP
will host Freedom this Friday
for Senior Night, the final Pan-
ther home game of the regular
season.


Photo by Chris Si
DP players and coaches huddle during the district tournament.

Lady Panthers step closer to realizing dreams


By Chris Silveira

The road to Dr. Phillips High's second consecu-
tive varsity girls volleyball title was secured last
Thursday in the Lady Panthers' 25-19, 25-14, 25-
14 three-game sweep over rival Olympia.
It started on a Saturday morning prior to the
season during a traditional team bonding session
in the Lady Panthers locker room.
"Every year right before the season starts, we
paint a block inside the volleyball locker room,"
said senior outside hitter and team captain Tiffany
Strong. "The underclassman get a small block and
the seniors get a large block, and it's a lot of team
bonding being together and having fun for a couple
of hours. It symbolizes you were part of the varsity
team."
The five-foot, six-inch-tall Strong, who Head
Coach Lindsey Rankin said "is so aggressive that
she jumps out of the gym," is one of six seniors
who led the Panthers on their journey to a 21-2
regular-season record and another trip to the re-
gional tournament this week.
The other seniors, Krystal Rodriguez, Hannah
Whittington, Chantal McCrimon, Marisa Gaynor
and team captain Megan Hodges, have waited for
this year to make a run at a state title and to cast
aside a few demons along the way.
"I had high expectations because I have five girls
who are three-year varsity players and one who is a
four-year player, so after all those rebuilding years,
they are finally seniors," said Rankin, who is in her
fourth year leading the Lady Panthers.
"It feels really good to win districts with six
seniors and with the entire team working so hard
and so well together," said Whittington.
While there were a couple of bumps midway
throughthe season with losses to Bishop Moore
and Oviedo, the lessons learned in both those
matches helped Dr. Phillips overcome two op-
ponents who the seniors had never before beaten
in a match.
"We had hard losses to Bishop Moore and Ovie-
do, but at the same time that kind of helped us go-
ing into playing Timber Creek and Winter Park,"
said Hodges. "It helped us be more competitive,
and we learned from what we did wrong and we
hope to improve with every match we play."
Four years of frustration ended in a three-game
sweep of the defeating state champions.
"We've played Timber Creek seven times since
I've been the head coach, and we lost every time,"
said Rankin. "And last year they were state cham-
pions, so we have a lot if heart when it comes to


those teams."
"Some of those rallies went a long time, and
no one was letting the ball hit the ground," said
Hodges, who finished the match with 25 kills and
15 digs. "We were covering everything and were
running and diving and just playing out of our
minds."
The next game was Senior Nightagainst a Win-
ter Park team that had not let the Panthers taste
victory since 1999.
"The girls are thinking, Why did you sched-
ule such a great team on Senior Night," said
Rankin. "We have six seniors, and if we lose it's
going to be terrible, but they kept their focus with
all the banners and everything going on."
Ten years of Panther heartache washed away in
another three-game sweep. The second game of the
Winter Park match was the pivotal turning point
of the season in which weeks of both physical and
mental preparation paid off.
"We were down 24-19 in the second game, and
I said to the girls, 'You just have to get one point
at a time,'" said Rankin. "And sure enough, we got
one point at a time, a block here, a good dig here
and a great kill there, and they got through that,
and that's hard to do against a good team. They
have a lot of heart."
The heat and soul of the Dr. Phillips team is Ro-
driguez, who calls the defense from the backcourt
and plays with focus and intensity.
"We want it and we put our hearts out there,"
said Rodriquez.
With two big regular-season victories and a
second district title, the Panther seniors still have
other goals to achieve.
"Our coach always mentions going a step further
than the previous year, and we went to the regional
finals last year, and we want to get back to where
we were and then hopefully go to the Final Four,"
said Hodges. "We have big plans, but we focus
on everything one step at a time throughout our
season."
Should Dr. Phillip continue to take the right
steps, one at a time, on this season-long journey,
it would lead to-the school's first-ever girls vol-
leyball state championship.
"lt would be phenomenal," said Hodges. "All
the underclassman really work hard, and we have
six seniors, and that would mean everything to
us. We want to rack up district and regional titles,
but to win a state championship would just blow
our minds."
The journey continues this week for Dr. Phillips
- one point at a time.


OARS cruises at First Coast Head Race


East Ridge wins battle of Knights


Southwest Aquatics hosts 5K, aquathon this Sat.








2B The West Orange Times Thursday, November 5, 2009


Lady Panthers top Olympia to sweep

Metro, district swim meets


Photo by Chris Silveira
West Orange's Trey Griffey cuts behind the blocking of Marcus Ison in 1st-quarter action
last Thursday night.

Wekiva Mustangs stampede past Warriors


Turnovers and mistakes plagued the West
Orange High football team last Thursday night,
as the Warriors lost 20-0 at Wekiva High. The
outcome marked Wekiva's first-ever shutout in
varsityfootball and left West Orange (3-5, 0-5)
still winless this season in district competition.
Wekiva (2-6, 2-4) capitalized on four West
Orange fumbles to score three touchdowns. The
Mustangs led 12-0 at halftime as a result of a
missed extra-point kick and a failed two-point


conversion attempt. After a scoreless third quar-
ter, Wekiva punched in another touchdown run
but saw the Warriors block the ensuing extra-
point kick. With the Warriors pinned back deep
in their own territory, Wekiva tacked on two more
points with a safety as a wild snap rolled out of
the back of the end zone.
West Orange celebrates Homecoming this Fri-
day and hopes to reverse its fortunes when the
Warriors host South Lake at 7:30 p.m.


Leading the pack
Foundation Academy junior Robert Smith (right) outruns a
South Lake opponent at a recent cross country race. Smith
led the Foundation varsity boys cross country team with
an 11th-place finish in a time of 18:38 at the Mt. Dora Bible
Cross Country Invitational.


CFWL hosts golf tournament this Fri.


The Central Florida Women's
League Foundation will host its
10th Annual Charity Golf tour-
nament this Friday, Nov. 6, at


Trial
Memberships
now available.

You can join a truly
Private Country Club
Today.

Annual Holiday
Shopping Bazaar
Wednesday
November 18th
6:00 - 9:00 pm
"Public Welcome"

Home of the
West Orange Invitational


Marriott's Grande Pines Golf
Club.
The event includes golf,
continental breakfast, compli-
mentary beer, specialty drinks
and sodas and concludes with
a luncheon buffet and awards
ceremony. For more informa-
tion, contact Michelle Greene
at 407-760-3764 or visit www.
cfwl.org.


Stoneybook West
Golf Club wins
WO Cup
The- Church of the Messiah
held a golf tournament Oct. 10
at Stoneybrook West Golf Club
to award the first West Orange
Cup. The church invited local
golf clubs to enter teams to de-
termine which club in West Or-
ange County has the best team
of golfers.
Tom Batz, manager and head
golf professional at Stoneybrook
West, was proud to accept the
trophy for his club's team. The
winning team of Tom Wirbal,
Pete Yachnetz and Ed Weaver
completed the match with a
5-under-par score of 67.
The tournament also featured
the church's third annual char-
ity golf event. In the four-person
scramble, the team of Chris
Brown, Bob Sivil, Frank Scal-
etta and Fred Smart took home
the first-place trophy. Finishing
in second place were George
Callahan, Jack Morgeson, Joe
Mahue and Jeremy Brown. Sivil
had the longest drive, and Ja-
cob Sizemore won the putting
championship and took home a
$100 prize.
I . . . - r. ". ..


Tom Batz, manager and
head golf professional at
Stoneybrook West Golf
Club, accepts the West Or-
ange Cup on behalf of the
winning team members.


The Dr. Phillips High varsity girls swim and
dive team captured its second consecutive and
seventh all-time district championship at the
YMCA Aquatic Center last week.
DP edged out runner-up and rival Oympia
by only nine points with Halie Lacey bringing
home an individual title in the 100 breast and
DP team taking the championship in the 200
free relay. The Panther boys swim team had a
strong showing as well, taking second place at
the district meet while senior Erik Bing took
the gold in the 100 free.
Joining Lacey in the 100 breast and the girls
200 free relay were Ellice Mae Sanchez, Mer-
edith Smith and Cristina Sanchez. Lacey also
'finished second in the 200 IM. Finishing in the
top eight and moving on to the regional champi-
onship this weekend are Ellice Mae Sanchez in
the 100 free and 100 back, Cristina Sanchez in
the 100 fly, Kaleigh DeHart and Erin Lansberry
in both the 200 ahd 500 free, Alice Horton in
the 100 fly and 500 free, Katie Goulden in the
100 breast, Nicole Kliewer in the 200 IM and
100 fly, Nora Davis in the 50 free, Smith in
the 100 fly and 100 back and Ashley Alliano
in the 100 breast. The 200 medley relay of
Smith, Alliano, Horton and Cristina Sanchez
finished second. The 400 free relay finished
second as well with Sanchez, Sanchez, Horton
and Lacey.
The second-place finish by the boys squad
was highlighted by Bing's victory in the 100
free and a third-place finish in the 200 free.
Relays moving on to the regional champion-
ship include the 200 medley with Arthur Smith,
Ryan Staton, Bing and Bruno Ferreira. The 400


free relay of Bing, Ferreira, Smith and Jack Or-
chard will compete as well. Individually, Chris
Ohe will compete in the 200 and 500 free, Ben
Ohe in the 100 back, Ferreira in the 100 free and
200 IM, Orchard in the 200 IM and 100 breast,
Avery Ford in the 100 fly, Smith in the 500 free
and 100 back, Austin Sellers in the 100 back
and Ryan Staton and Aaron Madden in the 100
breast. The 200 free relay of Staton, lan Perkins,
Orchard and Collin Brandt finished fifth.
At the Metro Conference meet, the Dr. Phil-
lips girls outdistanced second-place Olympia
by 92 points as all DP swimmers placed in the
top 12 of their respective events. First-place
finishers included Horton (500 free), Lacey
(100 breast) and the 200 free relay team of El-
lice Mae Sanchez, Lacey, Smith and Cristina
Sanchez. Second-place finishers were DeHart
(200 free and 500 free), Ellice Mae Sanchez
(100 back), the 200 medley relay team of Mer-
edith Smith, Horton, Alliano and Davis and the
400 free relay team of Ellice Mae Sanchez,
DeHart, Horton and Lacey. Third-place finish-
ers included Lacey (200 IM), Cristina Sanchez
(100 fly), Ellice Mae Sanchez (100 free) and
Smith (100 back).
The DP boys swim team finished third at the
Metro meet, only 35 points behind Olympia and
Apopka and more 200 points ahead of fourth-
place West Orange. Top three finishers included
Smith (second, 500 free), Ferreira (third, 100
fly), Bing (third, 100 free), Chris Ohe (third,
500 free), Ben Ohe (third, 100 back), the 200
medley relay team of Smith, Bing, Staton and
Ferreira (third) and the 400 free relay team of
Orchard, Ferreira, Smith and Bing (second).


DP cross country repeats as Metro champs


SDr. Phillips High's Novian
Middleton won the overall
Metro Conference individual
title and the Panthers swept the
top four positions in the West
Division as the DP varsity boys
cross country team won its sec-
ond consecutive Metro Confer-
ence Championship last week
at Trotter's Park.
Middleton's time of 16:13
was followed by Alex Mund
(second, 16:26), Daniel Millay
(third, 16:32) and Josh Boggs
(fourth, 16:43). Logan Kruse
placed eighth at 17:09, Sean
White was ninth at 17:10, and
Michael Pancotto finished 10th
at 17:29.
. "They put these goals out
there, and they're perfection-
ists and best friends," said DP
Coach Angie Yarbrough. "I
have a team of guys who care
so much for each other and hold
each other accountable for ev-
erything, whether it's getting to
bed on time or eating a proper


lunch. It's awesome to see the
bond they have together that has
grown over these past years."
The Panthers now have their
sights set on a second consecu-
tive district championship this
Saturday at Lake Minneo-
la Trail Park in Clermont.
The junior varsity boys cross
country team defended its Met-
ro Conference title as well, with
DP taking eight of the top 45
positions. John Bateman was
runner-up at 18:21, Sean Frith
placed third at 18:31, and Jake
Adkins pulled in the sixth spot
at 18:55, followed by Alex
Heyen (ninth, 19:01), Jared
Watkins (10th, 19:17), Karl
Mund (11th, 19:20), Todd
Jarolimek (13th, 19:29), Zach
Lore (15th, 19:36) and Aaron
Thomas (24th, 19:59).
The DP varsity girls cross
country team also had an out-
standing showing, placing sec-
ond at the Metro Conference
West Championship.


Dana Demsky placed, fifth
with a time of 21:03, Amber
Johnson took eighth at 21:24,
and M.K. Vahle ran a solid race
to finish 11th in 22:02. She was
followed by Abbey Baron (12th,
22:13), Juliann Steiner (18th,
23:08), Sara Mund (22nd) and
Erin Chance (26th). The Lady
Panthers will compete in this
Saturday's district meet in Cler-
mont.
The DP junior varsity girls
cross country team also took
home the Metro West Champi-
onship last week. Leading the
way was Emily Serra (seventh,
23:44), Ariel Allman (ninth,
23:56), Melissa Lore (14th,
24:35) and Kassell Ardaman,
who set a new personal record
of 25:08 to finish 22nd overall.
Finishing out the field for the
Lady Panthers were Ashley Ve-
vera (45th), Lexi Cerep (50th),
Mythili Dommeti (51st), Shan-
non Greene (57th) and Melissa
Theiss (67th).


Burkert tops Metro XC meet for Ocoee


Alyssa Burkert led Ocoee High's varsity girls
cross country team with a first-place individual
finish at the Metro Conference championship
meet.
Burkert finished in 19:16.7 and was followed
by teammate Shenequa Fisher, who placed sev-
enth with a time of 21:13.7. Overall, the Lady
Knights finished sixth out of nine teams. Al-
though there were no individual top finishers
for the varsity boys cross country team, the
Knights also finished sixth overall.
The Ocoee High varsity boys bowling team
placed second in the Metro Conference standings
with a 5-2 record. The Knights defeated Edge-
water 3-0 last week with a season-high game of
180 by Alex Smith.
The varsity girls bowling team lost to Edge-
water 2-1. Kayla Switzer struck out in the 10th
frame for Ocoee.
The Ocoee junior varsity football team lost
to Jones 28-15 last week.
Congratulation to Nick Houck of the varsity
boys swim team for making finals at the district
meet in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. He
also set new school records in both events. Caleb
Clark also made finals in the 100 breaststroke,
placing 11th overall and setting a new school
record. The boys 200 medley and 400 free relay
teams also set new school records. Congratula-
tions also go out to Connor Santo, Michael Stark,
Kathleen Lenz, Caleb Clark, Justin Mieras, Kyle
Eazsol and Brody Peck for greatly improving


their individual times.
The varsity girls volleyball team lost 25-16,
25-11, 25-16 in the district tournament to Apopka
last week.
Practice begins Nov. 16 for the Ocoee varsity
girls weightlifting team. Any girl interested in
participating should contact Coach Nikki Thorn-
dill at nicole.thordill@ocps.net.
The Ocoee varsity girls soccer team shrugged
off a slow start and defeated the Edgewater
Eagles 6-1 in their preseason classic last week.
Micah Brown scored two goals and had three
assists. Freshman Laura Resendiz, making her
high school debut, scored a goal and chipped in
with an assist. Cass Christie, Heather Smith and
Marisol Barajas also scored. Christie and Karla
Martinez also dished out assists. The Ocoee
defense held Edgewater to only five shots on
goal.
In the second game of the preseason clas-
sic, the Lady Knights came back from one goal
down to defeat Cypress Creek 2-1. Brown and
Resendiz scored both Ocoee goals in the last
three minutes of the game. Christie and Brown
had one assist a piece.
The Ocoee varsity boys basketball team will
hold its Black and Gold intra-squad scrimmage
on Nov. 12 at 5:30 p.m.
The Ocoee High fall sports assembly is set
for Nov. 12 in the auditorium during first and
second periods. Parents are welcome and invited
to attend.


Subway Scholar-Athletes of the Week
Ocoee High Principal Mike Armbruster congratulates Subway Scholar-Athletes of the
Week award winners (1-r) Adrian Riley (Sept. 28), Lauren Tindall (Sept. 21), Mindy Corbitt
(Oct. 12) and Jamie Laros (Sept. 14).


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Montverde hosts all-star golfers
Montverde Academy 10th-grade student Xin 'Amy' Wang (bottom right) was recognized
for making the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Team. The ceremony, at-
tended by top junior golf instructor Gary Gilchrist.(center), was held at the Montverde
Academy Junior All-Star Invitational conducted by the American Junior golf Association.


OMS wins county soccer title
The Ocoee Middle School boys soccer team completed an undefeated season to capture
the Orange County championship. The Ocoee boys won the title on Oct. 26 by defeat-
ing rival Lakeview Middle. Celebrating their victory are Rohan Roberts, Jordane Wong,
Tyler Williams, Edrik Ramirez, Keith Worrell, Rubens Brun, Ramon Galvan, Bruce Hicks,
Ramin Ragbir, Devon Leckie, Kevin Baker, Gonzalo Galvan, Benjamin Barajas, Austin
Lundahl, Brady Adams, Francisco Martinez, Cole Kramer, Jackson Largin, Jordan Sul-
livan, Hector Maldonado, coaches Brandon and Lauren Kari, Principal Gabriel and Ath-
letic Director Marcus Spencer.


WOCC hosts girls regionals
West Orange Country Club hosted the Florida State High School girls Regional golf
tournament last week. Pictured are individual winners advancing to this week's state
tournament (1-r) Ashely Holder, Sierra Brooks, Kaila Tuccio, Dree Fausbaugh and Nicole
Quinn.


Windermere Prep golfers compete at regionals
Windermere Prep golfers were successful in the Class 1A District 11 tournament, earn-
ing the WPS boys team's 1st trip to the Region 4 tournament. The boys finished in 3rd
place with strong showings by Jordan Riemer, Alex Purdom, Colin McCullough, Motin
Yeung and C.J. Wagner. Samantha Wagner, the only WPS golfer to participate in the
girls district tournament, shot a 73 to garner medalist honors and her 2nd trip to next
week's regional tournament as an individual. Pictured are WPA varsity and junior varsity
golf team members and coaches (I-r): front row, Sully Zagerman; Samantha Wagner;
Patrick Byrnes Ethan Stoudenmire, Coach Kathleen Wilsont back row, Coach Cori Hock,
McCullough, Alex Purdom, Riemer and C.J. Wagner. Not pictured are Yeung and Kyle
Masson.


Golfing to fight cancer
Jim Cline (1-r), Chad Cline, John Hoffman, Daniel Scime and Mike Scime came together
on the green at the 2nd Annual James Scott Cline Memorial Golf Tournament at Arnold
Palmer's Bay Hill Club and Lodge last month. The tournament was held in memory of
James Scott Cline, an Orlando resident who died in 2008 from brain cancer. Ninety play-
ers participated in the event to help raise $26,000. All proceeds went directly to the Pres-
ton Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University to raise money for brain cancer
research. The family would like to thank Bay Hill Club and Lodge and all who participated
and donated.


KPLGA plays Halloween scramble
A total of 29 Keene's Pointe Ladies Golf Association members took part in the annual
Halloween Scramble event at the Golden Bear Club at Keene's Pointe on Oct. 28. All
18 holes were played with a challenging Halloween theme. Best costume award went to
Joanne Matinrazm, and second place went to Lori Powers. Best golf cart decoration went
to Mary Raymond. The sportsmanship award was won by the team of Matinrazm, Mary
Raymond, Carol Lazenby and Marjorie Barch. Second place went to Carol Wade, Laurie
Bratton, Marita Young and Kim Bean. First place in tournament play was won by Elena
Kurlancheek, Powers, Rita Brown ahd Christina Mezo.


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Schools


Lake Whitney


Bridgewater Middle
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Bridgewater Middle School sends its top Bobcat off with balloons. Bridgewater Middle
showered departing Principal Debra Lucas with gifts, messages, balloons, videos and
creative songs. Lucas will be a principal on assignment with Professional Development
Services at the Educational Leadership building of Orange County Public Schools.


Lake Whitney Elementary kindergarten students were treated to a fun day of learning at
Green Meadows Petting Farm. The students milked a cow, enjoyed a hayride and got
hands-on experience with pigs, cows, goats, sheep, chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese.
Enjoying the farm is Mrs. Turner's kindergarten class: (1st row, I-r) Braden Griffiths, Cam-
eron Costa, Ethan Schalte, Gabriela Ling, lan Yates, Brooks Adams, Hannah Vo, Luke
Hall and Giancarlo Castano; and (2nd row) Eric Roesch, Ramy Sadek, Mrs. Turner, Olivia
Lane, Carson Bellet, Trevor Yates, Artavia Jackson and Stephanie Buttenbender.

Oakland Avenue Charter
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Seth Young and
Emma MacDonald
enjoy the Kids' Corner
offered by the OACS
PTO at the Oakland
Heritage Day celebra-
tion. A Hula Hoop
contest, bounce
house and crafts' were
among the many
activities in which the
'children participated.


Ocoee High


Whispering Oak
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Mrs. Runnell's 4th-grade class holds autographed photos and messages from Cleveland
Browns football player Herman Fontenot, who spoke with Whispering Oak 4th-graders
about the importance of making good choices in their lives. His message was to choose
your friends and your path in life with care. Fontenot spoke about his career playing
professional football and how the choices in his life made him the man he is today. The
students were thrilled to meet and spend time with Fontenot and made him a thank-
you card (drawn by 4th-grader Jace Cookson, far right in center row). He responded
by sending the students in Mrs. Runnell's class autographed photos with personalized
messages of encouragement.


SAC, PTO meetings
The Whispering Oak El-
ementary School Advisory
Council will meet at 6 p.m. on
Thursday, Nov. 19. Parents,
teachers and members of the


community are invited to at-
tend.
A meeting of the PTO will
follow at 7 p.m. This general
membership meeting is open
to all parents, teachers and


community members.
The school is located at
15300 Stoneybrook West
Parkway in Winter Garden.
For more information, call
the school at 407-656-7773.


MetroWest


Ocoee High School's Peer Mediation students recently kicked off Red Ribbon Week by
tying red ribbons to the antennas of the cars in the parking lot. The peer group helped to
promote being drug free by having students sign pledges during their lunch shifts to stay
drug free. Statistics were also read to students on the dangers and effects that are as-
sociated with drugs and alcohol. Pictured are (left to right) Brandon Sanders, Shenequa
Fisher, Nyash Simmons, Deonte Moore, Amanda Clark and Jesse Brown.


Ocoee High Principal Mike
Armbruster congratulates
senior Rebecca Navarro
for being selected as a
2009-10 National His-
panic Recognition Pro-
gram Scholar. She was
1 of only 5,000 Hispanic
students selected nation-
wide from a pool of more
than 200,000 Hispanic
students. Program Schol-
ars placed in the top
2 percent of Hispanic
students who entered the
2010 competition by tak-
ing the 2008 Preliminary
SAT/National Merit Schol-
arship Qualifying Test.


SWINDERMERE REGISTRATION DETAILS
PREPARATORY SCHOOL CAMPUS Advance Prce: $35 (ages 3-1T):
Fireworks! WPS Rocks featuring all others FREE
L WPS Rock Bands! Gate Price: $40 (ages 3-17,.
Carnival Style Swings. ' all others FREE
Human Roller Balls, Wrecker L
S Awesomep Anrachilns including Wrr tbnLC WELCOMle no t mis the uWPS
Mechanical Bull, Velcro Wall. Obstacle PUBLIC WELCOME! Dot miss ine Fun'
Challenge. Orotor Ride, RoDo Surier. WE NEED A FEW DONATIONS:
Rock Wall Face Painting, Slides! WENEEDAFEWDONATIONS:
SVedor Bths Raffle Items or Professional Family
Vendor BoothsEntertainment
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MetroWest Master Association Board Members Jeremy Hollis (president) and Jody Altier
(vice president) present a $10,000 check to Pat Smith (MetroWest Elementary principal)
and Lisa Mahlon (PTA president).


Building the future
For more than 11 years, the
MetroWest Master Association
provided grants to MetroWest
Elementary. Recently, in keep-
ing with tradition, a $10,000
check was presented to .the
school on behalf of the resi-
dents of MetroWest. Technol-
ogy is the source of modern-
day miracles, and with this
check MWES will be able to
uphold its motto of "Miracles in
the Making."
This grant award will sup-
ply six class sets of wireless
communicators that comple-
ment the school's new Pro-
methean boards and allow for
increased student interaction
with the curriculum.
"The MetroWest Master
Association has donated
$10,000 each of the last
10 years to MetroWest El-
ementary because it believes
that we need to invest in our
schools for the benefit of the


entire community," said Jer-
emy Hollis, MetroWest Mas-
ter Association Inc. president.
"An A-rated school is one of
the items that attract people to
MetroWest, and we are very
proud of our A-rated elemen-
tary school."
This year's grant money
was presented to the school
by residents serving as board
members of the MetroWest
Master Association - Hollis
and Vice President Jody Altier.
Accepting the check on behalf
of MWES and the PTA were
Principal Pat Smith and Lisa
McMahon, PTA president.
"MetroWest Elementary
School is humbled and hon-
ored to be working with our
PTA and is proud to have had a
partnership with the MetroWest
Master Association for over 11
years," said Smith. "We have
incredible students, teach-
ers and families at MetroW-
est Elementary School, and
they have all benefited incred-


ibly from the support shown
by these two organizations.
Our school theme this year is
'Building our School, Building
our Community, Building our
Future,' and the symbiotic re-
lationship we share with the
MetroWest Master Association
is an example of how we can
all work together to achieve
this goal. We are able to offer
our students more because of
the generosity and community
support shown to the school
by the MetroWest Master As-
sociation."
The MetroWest Master As-
sociation, which has donated a
total of $130,000 to MWES, is a
not-for-profit organization that
serves as an umbrella orga-
nization unifying the MetroW-
est community. In addition
to maintaining the common
areas throughout MetroWest,
the Master Association also
strives to promote the social
and economic welfare of the
residents of MetroWest.


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Montverde Academy junior David Velasquez visited the Leesburg High Key Club. As
the Key Club lieutenant governor of Division 9, Kiwanis, he will consult with the other
Key Club Officers in the division. Pictured are (l-r): Jennifer Freeman (faculty advisor),
Lisa Sabino (faCulty co-advisor), Kristine Bates (president), Cody Malloy (treasurer) an#
Velasquez.


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Thursday, November 5, 2009 The West Orange Times 5B


Airmen of Note jazz ensemble brings

'Big Band' concert to WOHS Nov. 14


Orange County Public
Schools and the West Orange
High School Band will pres-
ent a musical program by the
Airmen of Note on Saturday,
Nov. 14, at 7 p.m.
The Airmen of Note is the
premier jazz ensemble of the
U.S. Air Force. The members
are stationed in Washington,
D.C., but they are taking a
tour of the South and have
scheduled a free performance
at WOHS.
The Airmen of Note is a
performing unit of the United
States Air Force Band. This
musical organization has
performed for more than 65
years.
The band's official mili-
tary life began in 1941 with
the formation of the Boiling
Army Air Forces Band. Dennis
M. Layendecker is its current
conductor.
The United States Air Force
Band and its components -
the Air Force Strings, Airmen
of Note, Ceremonial Brass,
Concert Band, Diplomats,
Max Impact, Silver Wings and
Singing Sergeants - have per-
formed for millions live and
through radio and television
appearances.
The Airmen of Note was
originally created in 1950 to
carry on the tradition of Glenn
Miller's Army Air Corps dance
band.
Twice yearly, the Note tours
the United States and also ap-
pears regularly at the world's
most famous jazz festivals, in-
cluding feature performances
at Detroit/Montreux, Notre


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Third-grade teacher Chris Home shares FCAT reading strategies with families during
Maxey Elementary's Family Reading Night.


Olympia High


The Airmen of Note, the premier jazz ensemble of the U.S.
Air Force Band will play a free concert at West Orange
High School on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 7 p.m. For more in-
formation and to reserve tickets, contact Ken Boyd, WOHS
band director, at 407-905-2409.


Dame, Jacksonville, Wichita,
Elkhart and Pensacola.
Master Sgt. Alan Baylock,
the Note's current chief ar-
ranger, maintains the band's
commitment to tradition and
"cutting edge" innovation.
Many of its members are ac-
complished clinicians with ex-
tensive backgrounds in music
education, and they routinely
lead clinics at high schools and
colleges across the country.

Foundation Academy


The Note's Jazz Outreach
Program, a series of education-
al clinics and performances, is
the epitome of this commit-
ment.
To reserve tickets to the
concert, call 407-905-2409 or
send a self-addressed stamped
envelope to West Orange High
School, in care of Ken Boyd,
band director, 1625 S. Beu-
lah Road, Winter Garden, FL
34787.


The Olympia High chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 179 new members on
Oct. 21. The guest speaker was Dr Patrick Simpkins, director of engineering for NASA's
Kennedy Space Center. Pictured are, I-r, NHS officers Mohamad Shatara, Chas Rob-
inson, Ayan Nasir, Dr. Simpkins, Maggie Doerr, Julia Nething, Santiago Corradine and
Romi Garcia.


Windermere Prep


The 4th-grade students from Foundation Academy, including this group from Mr. Car-
reker's class, recently made a trip to the historical sections of St. Augustine. This trip
coincided with their study of Florida history. They visited the Castillo de San Marcos and
saw a re-enactment of the cannon firing. The students also visited the British Quarter
and Military Hospital and the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse. In each of these places they
learned how people from that time lived. All of the students enjoyed learning about the
oldest city in the United States but agreed they were glad they lived in 2009.


Windermere Prep kindergartners recently took a field trip to the Reedy Creek Improve-
ment District Emergency Services Headquarters at Disney. Sharon Leach's class took
time out to pose with the fire engine they got to sit in: (front row, I-r) Jasmine Rosenfield,
Ty Wilder, Roberto Gamboa, Zachary Grzeszczak, Sam Gordon, Nicholas Morello and
Ashley Turpin; (middle row). Timothy Granjean, Lindsey Stokes, Kinilani Magpuri, Alizah
Thompson, Nicholas Niccoli, AJ Bustamante-Kennaugh, Samantha Axelrod and Hudson
Tinn; and (back row) Sharon Leach and kindergarten aide Cheryl Branson. Students also
got to tour the firehouse, spray water with the hose and learn about fire safety.


DPHS


Central Florida Prep


Central Florida Prep's
fall festival was a huge
success with food,
games, face-painting
and pony and train rides.
Here, students Daniel
Bailey, Olivia Haycraft,
Reeves Arabitg, Hunter
Chard and Christian
Sullins (from left) enjoy
the sack race.


The First Academy


Members of the Republicans at The First Academy who won a recent election process:
Raja Anand, Scott Simmons, Bobby Rohrlack, Arianna Legassie, Alana Hardeman, Lau-
ren Fair, Aria Seegobin and Jenny Smith.


Campaign time
For the past four years,
the seniors of Miss Damron's
American Government class
have planned, arranged and
held their own presidential
election to get a hands-on feel
for the American election pro-
cess. Students were given five
weeks to prepare for Election
Day. With the Democratic and
Republican parties already
selected, every student had a
role to play in the election. The
assigned campaign special-
ists lined the hallways and the
classroom with propaganda
and Election Day materials on
C the day of the speeches. The
media specialist's job is to pre-


pare a brief election video with
the help of their president and
VP.
After weeks of realistic cam-
paigning experience, the Dem-
ocrats and Republicans had fi-
nally reached the moment they
had been anxiously awaiting.
The. two energized parties
placed themselves in a class-
room garlanded with the fruits
of their hard work: banners,
balloons, confetti and more.
The Democratic candidate and
his running mate were up first,
showing their campaign video
and delivering a well-written
speech, immediately followed
by thp Republican candidates.
For three consecutive


years, the Democratic Party
has come out on top, but this
year the mold was broken by
Republican wins across the
board.
"I've never been given the
opportunity to be a part of
something this exciting in a
classroom setting," said Dem-
ocratic foreign affairs special-
ist Catherine Duran. "It gave
me an appreciation and a feel
for what really occurs during
the November elections." This
relatively new tradition has
given the seniors of The First
Academy a new appreciation
for one of the most vital opera-
tions of our government, not to
mention y~ exciting alternative
to a written test.


DR. ABDUL KALAM
Indian president
visits DPHS
The only surviving former
president of India visited Dr.
Phillips High School on Oct. 23
and spoke to nearly 700 stu-
dents, many of whom are en-
rolled in the International Stud-
ies Magnet Program at DPHS.
Dr. Abdul Kalam was the 11th
president of India from 2002-
2007.
Dr. Kalam is an aeronautical
engineer by training and has
made what many consider sig-
nificant lifelong contributions to
the Indian space and defense
programs. He is popularly,
known as the "Missile Man of
India" because of his contri-
butions to the development, of
the ballistic missile and space
rocket technology in India.
He is also a well-published
author. His most recent book,
titled India 2020, outlines his
vision for India. Dr. Kalam is of-
ten referred to as "the People's
President" by some in India,
and they say Dr. Kalam is also
seen as the "modern Gandhi."

- St. Andrew
Fall Festival
St. Andrew Catholic School
will hold its 22nd Annual Fall
Festival on Friday, Nov. 13,
5-11 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 14,
11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sunday,
Nov. 15, 12:30-5 p.m.
The event includes rides,
games, an International Food
Court, bingo, bake shop, ice
cream shop, 50/50 raffles, fun-
nel cakes and a flea market.
The school is located at 801
Hastings St., Orlando. Fqr more
details, call 407-295-4230.


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Windermere - CFCA


Spring Lake


A ceremony was held in honor of Mrs. Carryl, a 3rd-grade teacher who passed away this
summer. A tree was donated by Archer Farms and a plaque by Performance Trophy. The
tree was planted in the school courtyard. The staff has nominated Carryl as SLE Teacher
of the Year for 2009-2010. Gathered around the tree are, I-r, Mrs. Storey, Mrs. Jimenez,
Dr. Osborne, Mrs. Bromby and Mrs. Steinmeyer.


Mrs. Casey's 4th-grade class at Windermere Elementary
recently created geographic landforms using a goop reci-
pe, which consisted of salt and baking soda. The students
demonstrated their knowledge by making toothpick flags
to note many of the landforms studied. Pictured in the
forefront, I-r, are Jayle Garcia, Quadry Jones and Adam
Alamdar. Other students in the class include Fares All,
Daniel Core, Dorzell Daughtrey, Harold Graham, Vincent
Kha, Elvensky Ledoue, Brooke Penkal, Sabrina Pinto, Pri-
tika Reddy, Samantha Rodriquez, John Rumph, Amber
Ryland, Monzer Shaikh, Peyton Warp, Lewis Wells, Sarah
Williams and Nicholas Witten.

Westbrooke


Two hundred and eighteen students participated this year
in Westbrooke Elementary's Read-a-Thon. The Wildcats
read more than 126,000 minutes in all, raising thousands
of dollars for the media center and academic program-
ming. Courtney Johnson's class read the most, but ev-
ery class had participation. The top 3 readers were Juliet
Patterson with 3,183 minutes, Kaitlyn Hime with 2,340
minutes and Kayla Strehle with 2,181 minutes. Congrat-
ulations go to the students, parents, teachers and even
siblings who read for this cause. Pictured are (l-r): (front
row) Christian Neuman, Madison King, Giovanni Noto,
Jack McGarry, Cameron Tonkavich, Ava Donahue, Trisha
Patel and Lincoln Wright; (2nd row) Cole Quitter, Courtney
Afram-Gyening, Angelina Kim, Nabiha Nur, Sean Lewis,
Amanda Denis and Gillian Corpuz; (3rd row) Kaitlyn Hime,
Samantha Jacobson, Olivia Lee, Noah'Lewis, Nick Giam-
marino and Cameron Afram-Gyening; and (4th row) Juliet
Patterson, Hannah Worsham, Alexander Baker, Christian
Peterson, Joyce Ko, Finn Wright and Principal Bixler. Not
pictured is Kayla Strehle.


Ocoee


Central Florida Christian
Academy Lower School
Principal Dr. Barbara John-
son prepares for a visit to
Amman, Jordan. She will
be part of a Quality Assur-
ance Review Team visiting
a school in Amman seek-
ing accreditation from the
Commission of Interna-
tional and Trans-Regional
Accreditation, a division of
AdvancEd.


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Alex Curtis molds letter
shapes with dough at West
Orange Montessori School.


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SANDRA NNE

TEACHe. OF

THE YEAR


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The faculty and staff are proud to have Sandra Conner
represent Ocoee Elementary as the school's 2009-10
OCPS Teacher of the Year candidate. Conner has taught
in Orange County for 25 years.

Legacy High


Rachel Wilder, joined by Legacy High forensics team
Coach Maureen Mannion, won best novice award and
took 2nd place overall in original oratory at the 2nd local
NFCFL tournament of the year, held at Lake Mary Prepa-
ratory School on Oct. 24. The competition featured Con-
gressional debate, public-forum debate, extemporaneous
speaking and original oratory events.


Computer classes
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.

Library programs
for children
The Winter Garden Library
has programs for children on
Wednesday. Tiny Tales is pre-
sented at 10:15 a.m. to infants
from birth to 18 months. Tod-
dler Time is at 10:45 a.m. for
children 18-36 months. Story-
book Fun for those ages 3-5 is
at 11:15 a.m.
On Wednesday, Nov. 11, at
4:30 p.m. the library will host
bilingual stories and crafts for
children ages 3 and older. The
library is on East Plant Street.

Register children for
Head Start program
The Orange County Head
Start program is enrolling pre-
schoolers ages 3-5. Parents can
register at 407-654-5161.

Poetry class open
to Oakland youth
A poetry class is held at Mt.
Zion AME Church in Oakland
from 6-8:30 p.m. on the second
and fourth Saturday of each
month. Youth in kindergarten
through 12th grades are wel-
come. Classes are free.
For details, call Opal Walker
at 407-452-2427. The instructor
is Omar Warren.


APOSTOLIC NEW HORIZONS Sunday services at 8AM, 9:30AM 11AM
CHRISTIAN CHURCH & 7:00PM with Sunday School for all
G COVENANT Temporarily meeting at ages at 9:30.
IINISTRY Westbrooke Elementary School Child Care &Youth Ministry.
SGardenfl. Next to willies 500 Tomyn Blvd., Ocoee www.churchofthemessiah.com
n 5pm* Wed. Even 7pm 10 A.M. Worship and Groups
revived by the word of 407-654-5050 EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE
lisa Smith 407-535-1761 NewHorizonsChristianChurch.org ASCENSION


BAPTIST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
125 E Plant St., Winter Garden
407-656-2352
Sunday 8:30 am Traditional
9:45 am Bible Study
11:00 am Contemporary
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Bible Study Group for all ages.
Pastor Tim Grosshans
www.fbcwg.org
CROWN POINT BAPTIST CHURCH
1333 E. Crown Point Rd.
407-656-8558
crownpointbaptist.org
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
671 Beulah Road, Winter Garden
(407) 656-3342
Pastor G. Steve Rice.
www.beulahfl.com
STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH
611 West. Ave., Ocoee
Pastor Jeff Pritchard
(407) 656-2351
Email: slbchurch@yahoo.com
WEST ORANGE BAPTIST
Tubb St., Oakland, FL.,
(407) 656-9749
www.westorangebaptist.org
Pastor Jay Edmonson
WEST ORLANDO BAPTIST &
CHILD DISCOVERY CENTER
1006 E. Crown Pt. Rd.
Winter Garden, FL.
www.westorlandobc.org
407-905-95808
CATHOLIC
RESURRECTION CATHOLIC CHURCH
1211 S. Vineland Rd.
Winter Garden. 407-656-3113


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CHURCH OF CHRIST
1450 Daniels Rd.
Winter Garden 407-656-2770
www.cocwo.com
9:30 am Worship Gathering
10:45 am Bible Communities
5:00 pm Adult Bible Study
Wednesday 7:00 pm
CHRISTIAN &
MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
SOUTHWEST CHURCH
Roper YMCA. 100 Windermere Rd..
Bible Hr. 9:15am
Worship Serv. 10:30am
Tom Welch Pastor 407-903-1384
CHURCH OF GOD
GARDEN CATHEDRAL
CHURCH OF GOD
1001 W. Plant St. Winter Garden
407-656-1855. .
Sunday School 9:45
Worship 10:30, 6pm.
Wed. Svc. 7:30pm, Youth,
Men's & Women's Ministries.
www.GardenCathedralCOG.org
OCOEE CHURCH OF GOD
Pastor Thomas Odom
1105 N. Lakewood Avenue, Ocoee
407-656-8011
COMMUNITY
VINELAND ROAD
CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
890 Vineland Rd. Winter Garden
407-656-3949 Pastor Jim Crayne
Sunday: 10:30 am & 6:00pm
Wednesday: Family Night 7:00pm
www.vrcfellowship.org
WHERE EVERYONE FEELS LIKE FAMILY
EPISCOPAL
CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH
On the corner of Main St. and Tilden.
(407) 656-3218

ST. ANDREWS CATHOLIC CHURCH

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


A REGIONS
Rose Pina/Business Banking Officer
14705 W. Colonial Dr.
Winter Garden
41 407-656-3633


4950 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd. Orlando,
FL 32819. 1 block south of
Conroy-Windermere Rd. on right.
407-876-3480
Sunday Services 8:30am,10:30am.
and 6:30pm. Sunday School for all
ages 9:30am and Children's Chapel at
10:30am. Childcare provided.
www.ascension-orlando.ora
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
CHRIST COMMUNITY CHURCH
5425 South Apopka-Vineland Rd.
9:45 AM, Sunday School,
11:00 AM, Worship Service.
www.orlandoccc.org
407-909-9495
JEWISH
CONGREGATION SINAI C/P
Services at 8 pm followed by an Oneg.
on the second and final Friday of each
month.' Rabbi Cardonick officiates.
303 A North highway 27 in Minneola
Information available at 352-243-5353
LUTHERAN
ZION NEW LIFE AND
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
16161 Marsh Rd., Winter Garden
Sunday Service 8am & 10:30am
Sunday School all ages 9:15am
Rev. Paul Foust
407-656-5751
www.zionnewlife@embarqmail.com
Enrolling students now!
PEOPLE OF FAITH CHURCH
220 Windermere Rd, Winter Garden
Serv. 8:30am & 10:45am
407-877-3937
Pastor Rev. Johan Bergh
www.PeopleOfFaith.ORG
METHODIST
FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
OF WINTER GARDEN
Sunday Services at 9 & 11:15 AM

Southwest Church
Meeting @ Roper YMCA
100 Windermere Rd. Windermere
Hwy 50
LTurnpike
Marshall
Farms Rd.
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Sunday Family Bible Hour 9:15ani
Sunday Worship Service 10:30am
0 Tom Welch, Pastor
407-903-1384


Located at the corner of Lakeview
Avenue. & Newell Street
www.fumcwg.org Ph. 407-656-1135
125 N. Lakeview Ave.
OCOEE OAKS UMC
201 S. Clarke Road, Ocoee, FL.
8:30am Traditional 10:00am SS
11:00am Contemporary. Monday night
services at 7:00pm. Pastor Ernie Post
407-293-0700
ST. LUKE'S UNITED METHODIST
4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd.
Dr. William S. Barnes, Lead Pastor
Associate Pastors: The Rev. Beth
Farabee-Puckett, The Rev. Jenn Stiles
Williams, Dr David Stephens
.Sunday Worship
Traditional 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 am
Contemporary 9:30 am & 5:30 pm
407-876-4991 * www.st.lukes.orQ
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
CROSSROADS FAMILY FELLOWSHIP
Pastor Jim Watson
Sun. 9:45 a.m. Wed. 7:00 p.m.
407-469-3927
16913 Lakeside Dr.
Montverde, FL 34756
(2 blocks N. of Montverde Academy)


AUTO ELECTRIC CO.
' 533 W, Plant St
Winter Garden
656-3307
COMPLETE
AUTO REPAIR


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THE CROSSINGS, A COMMUNITY CHURCH
Corner of McKinnon Rd. and Lake
Butler Blvd, 1 mile west of Windermere
Elementary School. 10:00 am Worship
Service. 407-656-6044
GRACE CHURCH
Sunday 9:30am 407-877-8665
Meeting at West Orange High School
1625 Beulah Rd
Winter Garden, FL 34787
www.GraceChurchOrlando.ora
I NAZARENE
FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
305 Beulah Rd, Winter Garden FL 34787
Rev. Rick Page. 877-7735
PRESBYTERIAN
OAKLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave. Oakland, FL
407-656-4452 www.oaklandpres.org
Near exit 272 off the FL Turnpike
Worship at 8:45 am and 11 am
Sunday School for all ages at 9:45am.
Nursery provided during worship.
Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr., Pastor.


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Conroy-Windermere Rd. @ Lincoln Ave.
Sunday School 9:00AM, Worship 10:30
407-291-2886
Worship on Wed. 7:00 - 7:30 PM
"Come hear the Gospel"
Rev. Ferdinand Brits
www.pcol.org
PENTECOSTAL
GRACE WORSHIP CENTER
1132 E. Plant St. Winter Garden.
(407) 656-3727
Pastor Rick Faircloth
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd.
Windermere, FL 34786
407-876-2112 Worship times:
9:00am Traditional Service
11:15am Contemporary Praise Service
10:15am Sunday School for Adults and
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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100
GENERAL OFFICE

FRONT DESK - Full time
position for a very busy
Pediatric office located in
Ocoee, FI, email resumes to
jspeds@gmail.com. 11/12

110
CRAFT/SKILLS/
TRADE

MAINTENANCE POSI-
TION, Montverde Acad-
emy, full time with benefits.
Must pass background
check. General grounds
and building maintenance,
able to work on ladders, lift
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LABOR

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130
MEDICAL

LPN NEEDED for adult
day care, part-time, 20-25
hours per week, $15 p/
hour, call or fax resume to
407-654-3625. tfn43811

140
RESTAURANT/
HOTEL/MOTEL


TIONAL Golf Course is
currently hiring servers
and cart attendants. En-
ergetic, outgoing individu-
als with a positive attitude
and a minimum of 2 years
F&B experience in a full
service environment. Call
407-905-2251 or complete
application online at www.
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155
HEALTH & BEAUTY

NOW HIRING: Massage
Therapist position for
booth rental. Salon info,
call Paula for interview at
407-654-6235.11/5ph

160
GENERAL
EMPLOYMENT

HELP WANTED, Seasonal
Retail Store Clerk Needed.
Work hours 2:00 p.m. -
6:00 p.m., Monday - Friday,
computer and cash regis-
ter experience necessary.
Send resume to linda@co-
noleyfruit.com. 11/5cc
TELEMARKETER WORK
from home setting ap-
pointments, must be ex-
perienced. Call Richard at
407-656-1024. 11/5jk
FULL TIME Maintenance
Man - Ocoee. Duties in-
clude but not limited
to, electrical, carpentry,
plumbing, painting, and
air conditioning. You will
work closely with property
manager of Mobile homes
and houses. Please apply
only if experienced, must
pass criminal background
check, have a resume avail-
able to fax, please contact
407-654-8155.11/5
EXPERIENCED PROFES-
SIONAL looking for addi-
tional homes for cleaning.
Have references. Please
call 407-656-1450 to set
appointment for estimate.
11/1211
LOCATOR NEED for natu-
ral gas company. Prior ex-
perience and knowledge of
natural gas business pre-
ferred. Good driving record
required. Competitive pay
and benefits. Email resume
to drochell@langd.org or
complete job application
on line @ www.langd.org
and fax to 407-656-9371
or email. Deadline to.apply
11/13/09. EOE. 11/51a
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for the following
Full Time Positions:
* Executive Assistant
* Course Instructors
(PT) Part Time)
*Wastewater
Treatment Manager
*Public Service Worker I

JOB DESCRIPTIONS
AND APPLICATIONS
ARE AVAILABLE
ONLINE AT
www.wintergarden-fl.gov
Phone 407-656-4111
Fax 407-656-4952
The City of Winter Garden is
an equal opportunity employer.


170
EMPLOYMENT
WANTED.

ARE YOU a small business
looking for bookkeeping
services? We specialize
in Bookkeeping Services
with QuickBooks Pro and
Payroll Services for small
businesses, call Erica 407-
427-0398.11/19ew





200
ITEMS FOR SALE


ORANGE COUNTY NA- ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR,





MHomeTeam
P PEST DE FENS EN ,E

Home Team Pest Defense is hiring
FULLTIME AND PARTTIME
INDOOR/OUTDOOR SALES REPS
hourly plus commission, selling pest control.
Contact Elliot 407-656-8492


GENERAL: MERCHANDISE:
010 ANNOUNCEMENTS 200 ITEMS FOR SALE
020 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES 220 COLLECTIBLES
030 PERSONALS 240 GARAGE/YARD SALE
035 SCHOOLS AND 280 ITEMS WANTED
INSTRUCTION PETS:
040 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 300 ANIMALS FOR SALE
050 HEALTH/DIET & BEAUTY 340 FREE TO GOOD HOME
070 LOST & FOUND 380 PET SERVICES& SUPPLIES
090 MISCELLANEOUS
VEHICLES:
EMPLOYMENT: 400 AUTOS FOR SALE
100 GENERALOFFICE 401 TRADES
105 DOMESTIC 405 ACCESSORIES
110 CRAFT/SKILLS/TRADE 410 AUTO PARTS
120 LABOR 420 AUTO SERVICES & REPAIR
130 MEDICAL 430 TRUCKS & VANS
132 LEGAL 440 RVS &TRAVEL TRAILERS
135 PROFESSIONAL 450 MOTORCYCLES
136 RELIGIOUS 455 EQUIPMENT
140 RESTAURANT/HOTEL/MOTEL 460 BOATS
150 RETAIL 470 BOAT PARTS
155 HEALTH & BEAUTY 480 VEHICLESWANTED
60MIS AEOUS 480 VEHICLES WANTED
160 MISCELLANEOUS
165 PART-TIME
170 EMPLOYMENT WANTED


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


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


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including electriclift/carrier,
wiring harness for vehicle,
new batteries $1,000 OBO.
"Esab," migmaster 250
welding machine, including
gun & tank, $1,200 OBO.
321-436-4185. 11/5je
WOODLAWN MEMORIAL
Park, Cemetery Plots for
sale. Section E, Lot 311,
Spaces 1,2,3,4,5, & 6,
selling part or all, value is
$3995 each, asking $2995
each. Call 850-520-4414.
11/26
BEDS - ALL New, Ortho,
Queen Pillow Top Mattress
and Box Spring, Starting at
$180, King Size Pillow Top
Mattress and Box Spring,
Starting at $295, all sizes
available including memory
foam starting $400, with
Warranty and can Deliver.
407-340-3751.11/26
VIBRATING BASSINET -
$20, Pooh Play Pin - $20,
Cosco Port-A-Crib/Mat-
tress - $35, Babylady Three
Star Flea Market. Call 407-
731-4248. 11/12rk
SPIDERMAN TODDLER
Bed/Mattress - $35. Call
407-731-4248. 11/12rk
BIG STROLLER - $8.95,
Baby Walkers $8.95. Call
407-731-4248. 11/12rk
RECEIVING BLANKETS
250, Crib Sheets $1.95. Call
407-731-4248. 11/12rk
METAL ROOFING TAX
CREDIT! 40 yr Warranty.
Direct from manufacturer.
30 colors in stock Quick
turnaround.'Delivery avail-
able. Gulf Coast Supply &
Manufacturing, (888)393-
0335 www.gulfcoastsup-
ply.com. FCAN2

240
GARAGE/YARD SALE

HUGE GARAGE Sale, 1472
West Spring Ridge Circle,
Winter Garden (Crown
Point Springs Sub.). Fri-Sat
8am till 4pm. 11/5rs
YARD SALE, Friday the 6th
and Saturday the 7th, 8 am
- 3 pm, lots of everything,
2 door refrigerator, tread
mill, tools, 227 Bluford
Ave. Ocoee. 11/5mt
HEN'S NEST Annual Holi-
day Open House - Saturday
November 7th, 10am -
2pm, Door Prizes, Refresh-
ments, Antiques, Shabby
Chic's and Unique's, some-
thing for everyone, stop by
to register and check us
out, you will be glad you
did! 127 West Washing-
ton Street, Minneola, FL,
2 doors down from the
post office, 352-242-9484.
11/5
GARAGE SALE, Nov. 6 &
7, 9-3. 13080 Reaves Rd.,
Winter Garden. Furniture,
Toys, Clothes, Household
Items. 11/5ch
ANNUAL BIG Neighbor-
hood Sale, Trails of Mont-
verde, November 7th, 8 am
-2 pm. 11/5ck
810 STARKE Lake Circle,
Ocoee. November 6th and
7th. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
11/5cj
240 HARBOR Dr., Winter
Garden, November 5, 6, &
7, 8am - 1pm., Antiques,
Christmas, Records, Christ-
mas, Records, Household.
Good Stuff! 11/5
MOVING SALE 16405
Sandhill Road, Winter
Garden 34787, Friday
11/6, 8:30am - 3pm and
Saturday 11/7, 8:30am -
3pm. Many household,
yard items, tools, pottery,
leather couch w/ two ott-
mans and TV Amoire, ect,
all must go! 11/5
YARD SALE Starke Lake
Circle, Ocoee. Saturday
11/7. Baby items, kids pool
table. 11/5
MULTI FAMILY Yard Sale


- Southern Oaks, Mill Hol-
land Way in Oakland. Fri-
day 11/5 and Saturday 11/6
from 8am - ?. A little of
everything! 11/5vp
VARIETY OF garage tools
including tire machine,
electric saws, 90 gal salt
water fish tank has every-
thing included, household
goods, clothes & much
more. Fri 6th 8-4 & Sat 7th
8-?, 39 Magnolia Street in
Ocoee. 11/5ml
SLEEPY HARBOUR An-
nual Neighborhood Yard
Sale East lake shore drive
and adjacent streets off of
Orlando Ave in Ocoee. Sat-
urday November 7th, 8am
-?: 11/5
YARD SALE Friday 11/6
and Saturday 11/7, 472
New Meadow Ct. off Wurst
Road in Ocoee. 11/5
COMMUNITY YARD Sale,
Saturday November 2cnd,
8am - 2pm, Suburban
Shores (Suburban Tarrance
& Shore Drive) Winter Gar-
den. 11/5
LARGE YARD Sale, Friday
11/6 and Saturday 11/7,
7:30am - 3pm. 131 Tradi-
tions Drive, Winter Garden
(off W. Bay St.). 1000's
of items, many Christmas
decorations (some new).
11/5eb
COMMUNITY YARD SALE
- Winter Oaks Subdivision!
Saturday, November 7th,
8am - 1pm. Household
items, baby items and
much more. No early birds
please. 11/5tl
YARD SALE - 3 FAMILIES
- Good scrubs for Nurse's,
new toys, & dolls. Lots of
clean cheap stuff. Take
Hwy 50 to 545. Turn right
on Phil C. Peters Road,
17401, November 7th, 1
day only, 8:30am - 4pm.
11/5ec

280
ITEMS WANTED


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300
ANIMALS FOR SALE

CHIHUAHUA FOR sale.
1 male, born on 8-31-09,
$200. Call 407-694-4374.
11/12
CHOW CHOW Puppies - 5
cinnamon, 3 males and 2
females, 6 weeks old, $250
each, ready to go Novem-
ber 14th.. Call 407-297-
0652. 11/12

320
LOST & FOUND PETS

5LB. YORKIE, not wearing
a collar. Goes by the name
"Princess", 10 years old,
last seen on Lake Mabel Dr.
near Windermere Commu-
nity Church. Call 407-929-
4849 or 407-435-2053. tfn

340
FREE TO GOOD
HOME

FREE CHOW, Female, Cinna-
mon, 2 years old, outside dog.
Call 407-297-0652. 11/12


THe KidSSaLe

November 6, 7, & 8 * Fri & Sat 9-2, Sun 11.2
12100 W. Colonial Dr. Winter Garden, FL 34787
Intersection of Hwy 50 & 429.
(407) 234-6397 (407) 247-8804" www.thekidsale.biz


FREE TO Good Home, 8
month old dog, Male, Lab/
Mix, up to date on vaccina-
tions and housebroken, call
407-373-5294. 11/12
MALE DOG 5 years old,
part schnauzer and cairin
terrior, very loving. Good
home only! 4.07-656-6845.
11/12





400
AUTOS FOR SALE

POLICE IMPOUNDS!
Honda 1999 Civic $200!
Nissan 2001 Altima $350!
Ford 2001 Taurus $700!
For listings call (800)366-
9813 ext 9275. FCAN2

480
VEHICLES
WANTED

DONATE YOUR VEHICLE
RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY
COUPON UNITED BREAST
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520
COMPUTER

SLOW PC Start Up? Slow
Internet? Let DV8 Comput-
ing Help. 407-456-2699.
Ask about our senior citi-
zen discount.11/5dh

530
CHILDCARE

NOW ENROLLING All
ages, no enrollment fee, 4C
and VPK accepted, offer-
ing extended day program,
open late with homework
assistance and tutoring.
Creation Station Academy,
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EXPERIENCED PROFES-
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Have references. Please
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and baths, 352-321-1006
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656-5883 or
656-4394
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Winter Garden longest
established electrical
contractor serving
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All Service Techs are
LICENSED
Journeymen and Master
Electricians.
For professional results
and competitive rates call
407-656-5818
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570
LAWN & TREE

ROBERT EVANS Tree
Service - Affordable Tree
Service, Trimming and re-
moval. Call 407-395-3007.
11/12re
DAVE WOODS Lawn Ser-
vice Inc., Licensed and in-
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851-8859.12/31dw

585
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like new $800. Pets consid-
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654-8222 or www.sereno-
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CONDO AND
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2BD/2BA CONDO. Range,
refrigerator,. dishwasher,
washer/dryer, $650-700.
Patio & outside storage.
Call Windsor Realty, Inc.
Bill Straugh 407-716-3010.
10/29tfn49139
CONDO FOR RENT in Win-
ter Garden: 2 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, just remodeled,
new tile, carpet, and paint.
central air & heat, dish-
washer, hook up forwasher
and dryer. No pets. $750/
month plus $750 security.
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2/1 DUPLEX Downtown
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month, no pets, call 407-
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$645, 2BR $695,3BR $895
on Lake Apopka. Water/
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COMMERCIAL
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1200 SQ. FT., Office/Retail,
31 S. Main Street, previous
toy store, $1000 p/month,
Candy Properties, 407-
656-6420.10/29tfn48211
WINTER GARDEN - Pro-
fessional Office Space for
rent. North Dillard Street.
Please call 407-656-2812.
10/29ffn44118
2 ROOM OFFICE Suite,
$350 per month, private
bathrooms, 2cnd floor,
31 S. Main Street. Candy
Properties 407-656-6420.
10/29tfn48212
INDUSTRIAL/COMMER-
CIAL OFFICE w/ Storage
for Lease. Licensable, 900-
1250 sq. ft., 816 Mary's
Park Place, Winter Garden.
$900 per month, includes
electric and AC. 407-739-
8454. tfn44354
INDUSTRIAL SPACE for
lease, easy turnpike ac-
cess, 5,000-15,000sf. 407-
375-5231.10/29tfn48783
OFFICE BUILDING, pri-
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conference room. Addi-
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desks.. Breakroom, waiting
room. $875/mo. Alien 407-
616-6933.11/12tfn49179
OFFICE SPACE for rent:
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Windtree Professional Cen-
ter. Two separate offices,
reception/secretary area,
bathroom, and small stor-
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$500 security. Call Land and
Homes Real Estate at 407-
877-2840 office, or 803-
300-4758 cell. 11/5lahre

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Thursday, November 5, 2009 The West Orange Times 9B


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2009 CP 2040 0
Division: Probate Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JOHN RICHARD HARSHA
Deceased.
NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of John Richard Harsha, de-
ceaseed, whose date of death
Swas 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
address of which is PO Box
4994, Orlando, Florida, 32801.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative and
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 OFTHE 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OFTHIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
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
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of
this notice is October 29,
2009.
SAttorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
Patrick L. Smith
Attorney for Marjorie Harsha
Florida Bar No. 0027044
Law Offices of Joseph F. Pip-
pen, Jr. & Associates
179 N. US Highway 27, Suite
F
Clermont, FL 34711
Telephone: 352-241-8760
Fax: 352-241-0220
Personal Representative:
Marjorie Harsha
850 Keats Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32809
S10/29,11/5


IN THE COUNTY
COURT OF POLK
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
' Correct Case Number:
2008 SC 7135
Verified on 10-21-09
Deputy Clerk Initials AC
Richard M. Weiss, Clerk of the
Circuit Court
Case No..
2008SC-007135-0000-WH
CYNTHIA CROFOOT RI-
GNANESE,
ESQUIRE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAIN STREET PIZZA & SUBS,
INC.,
a Florida Corporation, and
ROBERT CIOTTA
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
MAIN STREET PIZZA & SUBS,
INC., a Florida, and ROBERT
CIOTTA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thatyou are
required to appear in person or
byattorneyattheNORTHEAST
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


this Court.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion for payment of legal ser-
vices has been filed against
Main Street Pizza & Subs, Inc.,
a Florida corporation, and Rob-
ert Ciotta, and you are required
to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Cynthia
Crofoot Rignanese, Esquire,
whose address is Post Office
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 beginning on Thursday,
October 29,2009.
CLERK OF COUNTY COURT,
POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA
Richard M. Weiss
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Sandy Chasse
As Deputy Clerk
10/29,11/5,11/12, 11/19


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR ORANGE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2008-CA-24229
DIVISION: 34
CATHAY HOLDINGS, INC., a
Delaware
corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
STEPHEN J. BOZARTH, as
Trustee of the Land Trust Agree-
ment SJBLT 10
Defendant.

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO
FLORIDA STATUTE
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant
to a Final Stipulated Judgment
of Foreclosure dated October
22, 2009, in the above-styled
cause, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
Orange County Civil Court
Building, 425 North Orange
Avenue, Suite 350, Lobby, in
Orlando, Orange County, Flori-
.da, at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
December 1, 2009, the follow-
ing described property:
Lots 14 and 15, REGENCY VIL-
LAGE REPLAT, according to the
plat thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 52, Page 4, Public Re-
cords of Orange County, Flori-
da.
CERTIFICATE O.F
SERVICE
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true
and correct copy of the forego-
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
SJBLT 10,
800 North Magnolia Avenue,
Suite 1500, Orlando, Florida
32803,
RAILEY & HARDING, P.A.
By:Mark S. Reisinger, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 0490695
20 North Eola Drive
Orlando, FL 32801
Telephone: (407) 648-9119
Facsimile: (407) 648-8049
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10/29,11/5


NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will
sell at Public Sale atAuction the
following vehicles to satisfy lien
pursuant to Chapter 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes on Novem-
ber 19, 2009 at 10 A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS LO-
CATED*
1998 PLYMOUTH, VIN# 1 P4G-
P44GOWB504551
2006 CHRYSLER, VIN# 2C3K-
A43R86H223323
1997 HONDA, VIN# 1HGE-
J8255VL126405
Located at: 151 TAFT
VINELAND ROAD, ORLANDO,
FL 32824 Orange
2003 TOYOTA, VIN# 5TDZ-
T34A63S157276
Located at: 1240 W LAND-
STREET ROAD, ORLANDO, FL
32824 Orange


DEALERS ONLY
Any persons) claiming any
interest(s)in the above vehicles
contact: Rainbow Title& Lien,
Inc., (954) 920-6020.
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE*
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction
LIC # AB-0001256
11/5


NOTICE OF SALE
Rainbow Title & Lien, Inc. will
sell at Public Sale at Auction the
following vehicles to satisfy lien
pursuant to Chapter 713.585 of
the Florida Statutes on Novem-
ber 19, 2009 at1 0lO A.M.
*AUCTION WILL OCCUR
WHERE EACH VEHICLE IS LO-
CATED*
Lot #: 011522
1998 CADILLAC CATERA,
VIN# W06VR52R5WR042268
Located at: BRONCO JOHNS
TRANSMISSION
2021 N ORANGE BLOSSOM
TRAIL
ORLANDO, FL 32804
Owner:
CLIFTON P PICTON 1249 EM-
ERALDA RD
ORLANDO, FL 32808
Customer: LARRY Unknown
Address,
Lienholder: NONE,
Lien Amount:
$4,510.53
Lot#:011523
2004 FOD FOCUS,
VIN# 3FAHP305X4R1 23795
Located at: RICO EXPORT
AUTO SALES, INC
1227 W MICHIGAN ST, OR-
LANDO, FL 32805
Owner: PE-
DRO ALENCAR PORTO LIMA
6200 BODEAUX CIR, SAN-
FORD, FL 32771
Customer: PEDRO LIMA
13616 PLATE CREEK #2
TAMPA, FL 33613
Lienholder: SUNTRUSTBANK
PO BOX 305053
NASHVILLE, TN 37230
Lien Amount:
$2,965.00
a) Notice to the owner or lienor
that he has a right to a hearing
prior to the scheduled date of
sale by filing with the Clerk of
the Court.
b) Owner has the right to re-
cover possession of vehicle by
posting bond in accordance
with Florida Statutes Section
559.917.
c) Proceeds from the sale of the
vehicle after payment lien
claimed by lienor will be depos-
ited with the Clerk of the
Court.
Any persons) claiming any
interests) in the above vehicles
contact: Rainbow Title & Lien,
Inc., (954) 920-6020.
*ALL AUCTIONS ARE HELD
WITH RESERVE'
Some of the vehicles may have
been released prior to auction
LIC # AB-0001256
11/5


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PUBLICC NOTICE Name:
Unit#
annual report of the Roper Contents:
y Foundation is available Julia Medina
0S. Dillard Street, Winter 210
en, Florida for inspection HHG
g regular business hours Julius L. Battle
ly citizen who requests it 106
1180 days afterthis date. HHG
Foundation's Principal LindseyJ. Dunlap
ee is Mr. Bert E. Roper. 140
HHG
Christopher Taff
236
HHG
Lee Hart
611
NOTICE OF HHG
PUBLIC SALE Crissa R. Graham
601
ion for the following HHG
;le(s) will be held on No- Purchases must be paid for at
ber 19, 2009 at 8:00 a.m. the time of.purchase by cash or
211 Daubert Street, Or- credit card only. All purchased
, FL 32803 for thetowing items are sold as is, where is,
storage pursuant to F.S. and must be removed at the
.78. Terms are Cash. time of the sale. Sale is subject
to cancellation in the event of
Dodge Vin# 2B3H- settlement between owner and
121H660835 obligated party.
on'sTowing, LLC reserves 11/5,11/12


the right to accept or reject any
and all bids.
11/5


NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned intends to sell
the personal property described
below to enforce a lien imposed
on said property under The
Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801-
83.809). The undersigned will
sell at public sale by competitive
bidding on Tuesday, November
24,2009 on the premises where
said property has been stored
and which are located at the
following locations:
MAGUIRE ROAD SELF STOR-
AGE, 2631 MAGUIRE ROAD,
CITY OF OCOEE, COUNTY OF
ORANGE, STATE OF FLORIDA,
ON TUESDAY, THE 24th DAY OF'
NOVEMBER 2009, AT 12:30.
PM, the following:
Name:
Unit#
Contents:
Alfred Cyr
208
HHG
Alvin T. Smith Jr.
216
HHG
Anatole Sereda
505
HHG
Kimberly Lewellen
508
HHG
FOTOZINES INC.
511
HHG
FOTOZINES INC.
512
HHG
Maria Echevarria
748
HHG
Jamie Parani
946
HHG
STONEYBROOK WEST SELF
STORAGE, 1650 AVALON
ROAD, CITY OF WINTER GAR-
DEN, COUNTY OF ORANGE,
STATE OF FLORIDA, ON TUES-
DAY, THE 24th DAY OF NOVEM-
BER 2009, AT 1:00 PM, the
following:


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
Slys Towing & Recovery gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and intent to sell vehicles pur-
suant to subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes that on
11/25/09,10:00 am at 119 5th
St Winter Garden, Fl 34787,
407-656-1996. Slys Towing &
Recovery reserves right to ac-
ceor reject any and/or all
bids.
1995 PONTIAC TRANSPORT
1GMDUO6L5ST217919
1996 SATURN 4DR
1G8ZH5282TZ369016
2001 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
3G2JB52461S117270
2003 DODGE RAM15
1D7HA18D73S293195
11/5


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE:
Orange County Towing & Re-
covery, Inc. gives Notice of
Foreclosure of Lien and intent
to sell these vehicles, 08:00 am
at 1908 N. FORYSTH ROAD
ORLANDO, FL 32807, pursuant
to subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statues. Orange County
Towing & Recovery, Inc. re-
serves the right to accept or
reject any and/or all bids.
1MELM6240TH603507 1996
MERC Cougar
1FALP53S3TA219123 1996
FORD Taurus
Auction Date: 11/19/09
6MPCT01Z2M8609253 1991
MERC Capri
Auction Date: 11/21/09
1LNHM83W1YY769539 2000
LINC Town Car
1G4HP52K5WI517200 1998
Buick LeSabre
Auction Date: 11/24/09
JM3LV5220M0354754 1991
MAZD MPV
2P4GP4534TR566575 1996
PLYM Voyager
Auction Date: 11/25/09
11/5


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PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned pursuant-to the
IFictitious Name Statutei Chap-
ter 865.09, Florida Statutes, will
register with the Division of
Corporations, Department of
State, State of Florida upon
receipt of proof of the publica-
tion of this notice, the fictitious
name, to-wit: GreenPath Energy
Solutions Under which I am
engaged in business at P.O. Box
1301 Windermere, FL 34786
The party interested in said
business enterprise is Samuel
Graham at 321-948-3623 Win-
dermere, FL 34786.
11/5


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME
STATUTE

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the
"Fictitious Name Statute" Chap-
ter 865.09, Florida Statutes, will
register with the division of
Corporations, Florida Depart-
ment of
State, in the State of Florida,
upon receipt of proof of this
publication of this notice of
fictitious name, to-wit:
PM MOTORS
under which (I) (we) expect to
engage in business at
13501 W. Colonial Dr.
In the city of Winter Garden,
Florida 34787
That the (party) (parties) inter-
ested in said business (is) (are)
as follows:
Lee & Park, LLC
10958 Piping Rock Circle
Orlando, FL 32817
Dated: 11/2/09, Orange Coun-
ty, Florida
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HOME ON ONE ACRE LAKEFRONT
Unforgettable sunsets from this custom built home
with over 4600 sq ft of living space. 14ft ceilings, 2
master bedrooms & work out gym with mirrors. A
must see. $599,000


SOUTH EAST ORLANDO
3bd/2ba pool home with 1684 sq foot living area.
New carpet and a completely tiled & screened patio
overlooking the pool and mature land scaping.
$199,900


NEWER HOME IN
GATED GOLF COMMUNITY
2005 Built home with 1990 sq foot living area.
4bed/2ba in excellent condition. A must see.
Asking $149,000.


VACANT LAND
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME
Gotha - 1/3 acre - no HOA fees $149,000
Ocoee - 1/3 acre - owner financing $69,900
Ferndale - Over 1/2 acre $49,500


Minutes from Amelia Island and the Atlantic Ocean
11:00 AM *Thursday, November 19
Auction to be held on site: Waterman's Bluff- GrandviewManor, Yulee Florida


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* 23 units in Orlando Sun Village, one unit furnished
* Deed-restricted * Two swimming pools
* Plus, eight lots available*
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One of South Georgia's Finest Plantations
Offered for the First Time in Over 25 Years
* Professionally Managed World Renowned Trophy Managed Wildlife - Deer,
Hunting Plantation Quail, Turkey & Hogs
* Fantastic Development Potential - Excellent Fishing
* 2 Miles of Flint River Frontage * Small Tracts Available
* Abundance of Timber - Cruise Available Irrigated Food Plots
* Frontage on Stocks Dairy & Flowing Well Roads Extensive Road System
Throughout Property
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