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The West Orange times
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WEST ORANGE TIMES &YOU YOUR NEIGHBORS. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD.Celebrating more than 110 years in West OrangeObserver WOMANS CLUB TO HOST FORUMThe GFWC Womans Club of Ocoee will host its annual Political Forum at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 26, in the Ocoee City Hall Commission Chambers, 150 Lakeshore Drive. The public is invited to meet and hear the candidates for City Commission Districts 2 and 4. Those attending will have the opportunity to submit written questions for the candidates. The forum will be televised on Spectrum Channel 493. Questions from residents may be called in during the broadcast at (407) 5547118, or emailed to citizens@ ocoee.org In District 2 race, incumbent, Commissioner Rosemary Wilsen will face challenger Robert Rivera. The District 4 race will match George Oliver III against incumbent Commissioner Joel Keller.YOUR TOWN VOLUME 85, NO. 7FREE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 BLACK TIE Scarface sneaks into Horizon West. SEE 4.Proposed 18.25-acre project receives initial approvalThe Winter Garden City Commission gave preliminary approval for a rezoning associated with a future commercial project on West Colonial Drive.GABBY BAQUERONEWS EDITORWinter Garden city leaders approved unanimously the first reading of a rezoning request that would pave the way for an 18.25acre commercial development. Winter Garden Commissioner Mark Maciel recused himself from voting, because he is involved in the project and stands to gain from its final approval. The commission granted its approval of Ordinance 18-09 during the Feb. 8 meeting, allow ing the zoning classification for the property to be changed from Arterial Commercial District (C-2) to Planned Commercial Cementing her legacyTya Freeman became Legacy Highs rst 1,000-point scorer. SEE PAGE 15.Sugar-coated soire Family, friends remember Ocoee Fire Lt. James KelleyMr. Kelley served in the citys re department for 24 years. He died Feb. 4, after a battle with thyroid cancer.GABBY BAQUERONEWS EDITOR OCOEE You could say James Kelley was a man of many hobbies. Some included carpentry, collecting antiques, hunting, enjoying the soothing sounds of nature and spending time with friends and family. But, according to those closest to him, his favorite hobby was being the comedic relief and the source of someones laughter.SEE REMEMBERING PAGE 4Amy QuesinberryDavid Ray escorted his niece, Eymoni Wellington, left, and his daughters, Winter, front, and Summer to the annual Lake Whitney Elementary School Daddy-Daughter Dance. Fathers and daughters spent the evening of Friday, Feb. 2, dancing and snacking and playing games at Tanner Hall in Winter Garden.The theme was Candy Land, and the venue was full of bright and colorful decorations, including oor mats resembling the popular Hasbro game board. See more photos at OrangeObserver.com.First Baptist Church Windermere rolled out the red carpet for the 2018 Night to Shine. PAGE 7. SEE CITY PAGE 6

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2 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 OrlandoHealth.com/Cardiology 321.841.9690Next-Day Appointments Available for New Patients When it comes to your heart, you deserve to be in the very best hands. Orlando Health has an entire institute dedicated to collaborative care to create the best treatment plan for you. When you choose Orlando Health Heart Institute, you choose an experienced team of cardiovascular experts equipped with the latest technology and committed to locations throughout Central Florida, you have convenient outpatient services right in your own community. C hoose a te am dedicated t o heart health 263761 12403 WEST COLONIAL DRIVE, WINTER GARDEN (407) 654-9299 VISIT US ONLINE AT MAINSTREETMOWER.COM OUR TOUGHNESS IS YOUR STRENGTH. 263875 NOW OPEN 7AMPM YOUR CALENDARFRIDAY, FEB. 16ALL ABOUT EBAY 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16, at the Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant St. Learn the basics of buying and selling on eBay. Seating is limited. Registration recommended at (407) 8357323. FRIDAYS ON THE PLAZA 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16, at the gazebo on Plant Street in downtown Winter Garden. Enjoy music from Scotty Long, who performs folk and country music and hits from the 1960s to today. (407) 656-4111. INISHMORE GHOST TOUR 10 p.m. to midnight Friday, Feb. 16, in downtown Winter Garden. Presented by American Ghost Adventures, the tour takes participants through the Garden Theatre and shares its history and ghost stories. Tickets are $30, and a portion of this goes back to the theater. Advanced sales only at americanghostadventures.com. LENTEN FISH FRY 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16, in the Parish Hall of Resur rection Catholic Church, 1211 Winter Garden-Vineland Road, Winter Garden. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. The menu includes baked or fried cod, French fries, vegetables, cole slaw, hush puppies, drink and dessert. Tickets are $9 for adults, $5 for children. (407) 656-3113.SATURDAY, FEB. 17MINDFULNESS TO HELP TEENS DESTRESS 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant St. Learn how mindfulness, a simple but powerful tool, can help you handle stressful situations and transform dif cult relationships. This event is recommended for teens and parents. (407) 835-7323.SUNDAY, FEB. 18BLACK PANTHER SHOWING 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, at AMC West Oaks Mall, 9415 W. Colonial Drive, Ocoee. Nu Iota Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority is presenting the private showing of Black Panther. Tickets are $10 for this fundraiser for the Educational Advancement Foundation. Purchase tickets at akanuiotaomega.org. SPIRITUAL SONGS, A MUSICAL LEGACY OF THE HISTORY OF THE NEGRO SPIRITUAL 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, at the West Oaks Library, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee. Join Dr. Naima Johnston-Bush for a musical adventure that explores the negro spiritual as a historical American art form. JohnstonBush shares the stories behind the spirituals and a dynamic voice that brings each song alive. Tracing the history of this powerful musical expression of faith, Dr. Johnston-Bush leads her participants from the 1600s to the present illustrating the impact and inuence of AfricanAmerican spiritual music in all musical genres today. (407) 835-7323.WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21WINTER GARDEN ROTARY CLUB BLOOD SCREENING 7 to 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, at the Auxiliary Central Meeting Room at Health Central Hospital, 10000 W. Colonial Drive, Ocoee. Cost is $50 for pre-reg istered attendees and $60 for walk-ins. Fasting for eight hours required. (407) 296-1770.THURSDAY, FEB. 22BUNCO FUNDRAISER 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, at the Womans Club of Ocoee, 4 N. Lakewood Drive, Ocoee. Join the women for food, fun and prizes, including a 50/50 rae. Cost is $10, and all proceeds benet the clubs projects. To reserve a seat, contact Teresa at (407) 579-7977 or bmw lady97@aol.com. SQUARE FOOT GARDENING 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, at the Jessie Brock Community Center, 310 N. Dillard St., Winter Garden. Join Ed Thralls, residential horticulture and Master coordinator for the Orange County Master Gar dener Program, as he provides expertise in general education classes on urban horticulture. Cost is $5 per family. Advanced registration is required by calling (407) 254-9200. VAN GOGH LECTURE 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, at the Winter Garden Art Associations SoBo Gallery, 127 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden. This lecture will discuss Vincent Van Goghs life and paintings and will delve into the legacy of this impactful artist. Practically unknown during his lifetime and having sold only one painting during his brief career, Van Gogh is now admired as a master of Modern Art. Tickets are $10 for WGAA members and $15 for others. Reservations can be made at wgart.org or by calling (407) 347-7996.FRIDAY, FEB. 23FRIDAYS ON THE PLAZA 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, at the gazebo on Plant Street in downtown Winter Garden. Enjoy Good Times Jazz Band and their vibrant jazz music. (407) 656-4111. JAZZ IN THE PARK 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, in the Oakland Town Center, 221 N. Arrington St. Enjoy an evening of great jazz music with your Oakland neighbors. For more information, visit hapcopromo. org.

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 3 Come nd a safe haven for your soul at Haven of Grace Bible ChurchTemporarily meeting at: e Stone Crest Meeting House in the Foxcrest Subdivison 13520 Foxcrest Blvd. Winter Garden, FL 34787 Sundays at 9:30 and 10:30 am HavenOfGraceBibleChurch.com 407-952-0510 Our Mission is to:Serve the Lord and other saints Transform into the image of Christ E dify one another in love Evangelize with the Gospel of Grace Learn and apply Gods Word Together, through Gods strength, we can become spiritually strong as STEEL. Come grow with us!Friends of Les Feldick 263903 ERIC GUTIERREZSTAFF WRITERPastor Tim Grosshans took a deep breath as he stood among other audience members who were listening to President Donald Trump deliver his State of the Union Address. He savored the moment and thought about how lucky he was to be there. The thing that hit me is what a privilege I had to be in that room, Grosshans said. It was really a one in a 300 million chance that I would be one of the folks to be able to sit in that room and hear the president speak. Grosshans, a senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Winter Garden, said he was invited to attend the State of the Union Address after he got a call from Sen. Marco Rubios office. Ive been a big fan of Marco Rubio; he was my pick for president, Grosshans said. Rubio has actually been here to the church on a couple of different occasions. His outreach director is a personal friend of mine. Before the address started, Grosshans mingled with other attendees and got to meet reigning Miss America Cara Mund. She was really sweet, Grosshans said. She was real chatty (and) having the time of her life. She was just taking it all in. Grosshans thought the presi dent delivered a good speech that was well received. However, he said some people in the room that day may have thought differently. The partisan divide was palpable, (and) I was saddened by that, Grosshans said. I would understand that there were some policy things that they disagreed with but like I said, the partisan divide is sad. In addition to a speech from the president, attendees also heard from Ji Seong-ho, a man who defected from North Korea on a pair of wooden crutches. Another inspiring moment was the young man from North Korea who had lost his legs, Grosshans said. He had a set of crutches that he held up that he had (used to) travel across (North Korea). Although the experience is one he wont ever forget, this wasnt the first time Grosshans had seen a president in person. In fact, Grosshans has had the opportunity to meet presidents George Herbert Walker Bush and Bill Clinton. (Bush) actually came to First Baptist Church of Orlando when I was there, Grosshans said. That was great fun fooling with the Secret Service. I had such fun with them. They were just a bunch of good ol guys. We were laughing and cutting up, and when Bush showed up, its like a steel rod snapped in their backs. They just went from casual young guys to meaning business. Grosshans didnt get to meet Trump that day, however, he did sit 12 seats away from First Lady Melania Trump. Shes as good looking in person as she is on television, he said.Winter Garden pastor attended Trumps SOTU Courtesy photoFirst Baptist Church of Winter Garden Senior Pastor Tim Grosshans met with Sen. Marco Rubio during a visit to Washington, D.C., to hear President Donald Trumps State of the Union Address.Char-grilled grooves The sweet aroma of barbecue on the grill lled the air Satur day, Feb. 10, at Winter Gardens annual Blues and BBQ festival in downtown Winter Garden. Local vendors and food trucks, trailed by long lines of barbecue connoisseurs, lled the downtown pavilion, while musicians Ari & The Alibis, Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones, and Albert Castiglia enter tained festival attendees. Proceeds benetted various nonprot and community organizations. GABBY BAQUERO First Baptist Church of Winter Garden Senior Pastor Tim Grosshans was invited to the address by Sen. Marco Rubio.It was really a one in a 300 million chance that I would be one of the folks to be able to sit in that room and hear the president speak. Pastor Tim Grosshans Pete Germain and Devon Flanders, of Orlando Jerk Chicken and Ribs, had fun grilling various cuts of meat. Logan Clarke, 18 months, enjoyed a pulled chicken sandwich from 4 Rivers Smokehouse. Courtney Connor and Juan Rios, co-owners of Black Mar ket Ribs, prepared dishes for the many hungry patrons waiting in line. ONLINESee more photos at OrangeObserver.com Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones was one of three bands to grace the stage at the festival.

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4 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 ObserverPublisher / Dawn Willis, dwillis@OrangeObserver.com Executive Editor / Michael Eng, meng@OrangeObserver.com Design Editor / Jessica Eng, jeng@OrangeObserver.com Senior Sports Editor / Steven Ryzewski, sryzewski@OrangeObserver.com News Editor / Gabby Baquero, gbaquero@OrangeObserver.com Community Editor / Amy Quesinberry, amyq@OrangeObserver.com Black Tie Editor / Danielle Hendrix, dhendrix@OrangeObserver.com Sta Writer / Eric Gutierrez, egutierrez@OrangeObserver.com Advertising Executives Michelle Gentry, mgentry@OrangeObserver.com Cyndi Gustafson, advertising@Orange Observer.com Creative Services Tony Trotti, ttrotti@OrangeObserver.com Customer Service Representatives Allison Brunelle, abrunelle@OrangeObserver.com Katie Rehm, krehm@orangeobserver.com If we are to build a better world, we must remember that the guiding principle is this a policy of freedom for the individual is the only truly progressive policy. Friedrich Hayek Road to Serfdom, 1944WEST ORANGE TIMES The West Orange Times & Observer (USPS 687-120) is published weekly for $40 per year ($50 outside of Orange County) by the Observer Media Group, 720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden, Florida 34787. Periodical postage paid at Winter Garden, Florida. POSTMASTER send address changes to the West Orange Times & Observer, 720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden, Florida 34787. CONTACT USThe West Orange Times & Observer is published once weekly, on Thursdays. The West Orange Times & Observer can be found in many commercial locations throughout West Orange County and at our oce. If you wish to subscribe, visit our website, OrangeObserver.com, call (407) 656-2121 or visit our oce, 720 S. Dillard St., Winter Garden.TO ADVERTISEFor display or digital advertising, call (407) 656-2121. For Classieds, call (407) 656-2121.SEND US YOUR NEWSWe want to hear from you. Let us know about your events, celebrations and achievements. To contact us, send your information via email to Michael Eng, meng@ OrangeObserver.com.WEST ORANGE TIMES & 2017 The Observer Media Group Inc. All Rights ReservedOrangeObserver.comObserver Media Group Inc.1970 Main St. Sarasota, FL 34236 941-366-3468Editor and CEO / Matt Walsh Vice President / Lisa Walsh Chairman / David BelilesPublishers of the Longboat Observer, East County Observer, Sarasota Observer, Siesta Key Observer, Palm Coast Observer, Plant City Times & Observer, Ormond Beach Observer, West Orange Times & Observer, Windermere Observer, Winter Park/Maitland Observer, Business Observer, Jacksonville Financial News & Daily Record, Jacksonville Realty-Builder Connection, LWR Life, Season Magazine and Baldwin Park LivingAnd Mr. Kelley was known for being able to find a way to make anyone laugh. He excelled at pranks and jokes, some too inappropriate to share in a newspaper. Although, were he the one writing his own obituary, he likely would have considered making an exception if only to ensure a smile on someones face. So heres to Mr. Kelley, a retired Ocoee fire lieutenant who died Feb. 4 after a battle with thyroid cancer that included fearsome dragons and epic sword fights. Mr. Kelley, also known as Stumpy to his friends and colleagues for his short stature, is remembered fondly as none other than the greatest guy on earth to his lov ing wife, Charlene Kelley.SERVING THE COMMUNITYHe was a very loving husband and father, said Charlene, who enjoyed a 27-year marriage to her husband. He was an amazing friend to everyone he was close to. He would give you the shirt off of his back or the last dollar in his pocket. He absolutely loved to make you laugh. He could make a joke out of anything. His jokes you would just sit there and think, Oh my gosh, I cant believe he just said that. It was those type of jokes. But he was just an allaround great guy; the greatest guy on earth. Mr. Kelley was born on Aug. 23, 1967, in Winter Garden, and graduated from West Orange High School. He lived most of his life in the city of Ocoee and served the Ocoee community with the citys fire department for 24 years. He started working at the department as a volunteer firefighter after listening to various stories of how the firefighters had helped save people. It wasnt long before a few firefighters employed at the station at the time took him under their wing and helped him become a full-fledged firefighter in 1992. Mr. Kelley worked his way up from firefighter and became an engineer, and later was promoted DANIELLE HENDRIXBLACK TIE EDITOR HORIZON WEST Legendary mobster Al Capone always said he supplied a demand. Now, a restaurant inspired by his story plans to supply the Hamlin area with coal-fired pizza. 23 Restaurant Services, which also operates the Fords Garage restaurant chain, announced this week that it is opening the second Capones Coal Fired Pizza storefront in late 2018. Capones is a Prohibition erathemed restaurant, true to the type of establishment Capone himself might have frequented, restaurant officials said. The ambiance is set through warm wood and iron accents, exposed brick coal-fired ovens, Tiffany glass chandeliers, a speakeasystyle bar and artwork of the mobster himself. Perhaps the signature feature Capones boasts is an under ground vault encased in glass beneath the dining-room floor. This stems back to the 2014 construction of the original location in Fort Myers: The vault was created from a hole that an old elevator shaft had left in the floor. In Fort Myers, the former elevator shaft now acts as a model of Al Capones mysterious vault in the floor of the restaurant, with an engraved plaque explaining the story. The Hamlin location will measure 6,000 square feet, and the photography to be featured in it was done in Alcatraz where Capone was imprisoned to capture the essence of his jail cell. We want to create a dining experience and not just a meal with all of our restaurants, said Marc Brown, president of 23 Restaurant Services, which operates Capones and several other restaurant concepts. Hamlin is an excellent location for Capones and Fords Garage because of the combination of families and professionals in the community. Aside from paying homage aesthetically to the Prohibition era and incorporating Capones story, the restaurant is known for its 800-degree coal-fired ovens and pizza so good it should be illegal. Aside from pizza, other menu items include Italian favorites such as antipasto, bruschetta and Mama Capones meatballs, as well as coal-fired sandwiches, housemade pasta, custom calzones and salads. Also offered are Capones favorite cocktails and selections of draft beer, red and white wine and more. Restaurant Services dedication to creating memorable experiences for its customers is why were eager for them to join the Hamlin community, said Scott Boyd, President of Boyd Development Corporation, the developer of Hamlin. Capones is a unique concept that residents and visitors will very much enjoy. to the rank of lieutenant in 2012 before he retired in June 2017. A HEART OF GOLDOcoee Fire Department Battalion Chief Yancy Cleveland, who supervised Mr. Kelley, recalled his dedication to his work, patriotism and involvement in community organizations, for which he spearheaded several fundraisers and initiatives. He was very dedicated to his family, his profession in the fire service and his service to the community, Cleveland said. He liked the idea of making a differ ence. He also did a lot for military veterans; he was very patriotic. He was definitely a man who loved his country and was very involved with the Home for Heroes organization and Habitat for Humanity. Although Mr. Kelley was not a military veteran, his younger brother was honorably discharged from the U.S. Marines after suf fering a leg injury, Charlene said. He was very big on the Homes for Heroes program, she recalled. I know at one point, he helped some firefighters that had gone and built wheelchair ramps. If you needed help with anything, he never hesitated. His personality was beautiful. He never tried to think negatively; he was always positive. He was my best friend and he was my soul mate and there will never be anyone to replace him. I couldnt have asked for a better person to be the father of my kids. Mr. Kelley was interred Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Gotha. He is survived by his wife, Charlene Kelley; his 20-year-old daughter, Courtney Marie-Chaput; and his 11-yearold son, Jacob Bryar Kelley.He was my best friend and he was my soul mate and there will never be anyone to replace him. I couldnt have asked for a better person to be the father of my kids. Charlene KelleyRemembering Mr. KelleyCONTINUED FROM PAGE 1Courtesy photo Ready to supply a demand COMING SOON Axiom Bank Chase Bank Cinpolis Movie Theater Fords Garage Restaurant Hamlin Groves Dental Care Planet Smoothie ProVision Proton Therapy Center UPSCourtesy photo Capones is a Prohibition era-themed restaurant, similar to the type of establishment Al Capone might have frequented.Capones Coal Fired Pizza inspired by mobster Al Capone is the newest restaurant announced for the community.

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 5 Pat Sharr Realty 407-656-7947 MultiMillion Dollar Producer www.patsharr.com PAT SHARRBroker/Owner 407-948-1326patsharr@aol.com263778 BUYING A HOME? SELLING YOUR HOME? MICHAEL LOWERYSales Associate 407-558-0461michael.lowery12@gmail.com TALK OF THE TOWN!!!DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN!!! Take a look at this 3 BDRM. 2BA. 2260 sq.ft. of living and located on a corner lot! This home was built in 1948 and has a lot of charm. Open the front door to the foyer, spacious living room master bedroom/master bath is on one side of the house and the other 2 are centered around the guest bath. Formal dining room, breakfast area, kitchen comes complete with range, refrigerator, dishwasher and disposal. Just off the breakfast area is the large Family room and access to the detached 2 car garage.From the kitchen is the very large convenient laundry and storage room, plus you have access to the garage, yard and a storage building. This home is built to last and conveniently located to the many restaurants, shops and Farmers Market on Saturday, grab your golf cart and enjoy!!! Make your appointment to see this home today!!! Asking $355,000 WE DONT CHARGE TRANSACTION FEES! CALL US TODAY! JUST LISTED!!!MR. & MRS. CLEAN LIVE HERE!!! 4BDRM., 2.5 BA. 2 STORY POOL HOME!!!This is a picturesque setting, very well maintained landscaped yard and a superb interior. Inside you will find a ceramic tiled foyer, living/dining room that is currently being used as a living room, the kitchen features range, refrigerator, dishwasher and disposal all are staying. Inside laundry room, large walk-in pantry. Breakfast area with sliding glass doors leading to the screened lanai. Family room with wood flooring and large enough for everyday living!!! Also featured is a half bath on the first floor. Upstairs you will find the huge master bedroom adjoined by the master bath, garden tub, dual sinks, separate shower and large walk-in closet. The other 3 bedrooms are centered around the guest bath, dual sinks, tub with shower. Lets go back down stairs and out to the screened lanai and sparkling pool, no rear neighbors right in your back yard! ASKING ONLY $279,000 SOLD! NEIGHBORHOOD CONSCIOUS??? *NEW STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES***$2,000 TOWARD BUYER CLOSING COSTS/PRE-PAIDS***JUST FRESHLY PAINTED!!! LARGE SPARKLING POOL/SPA!!! GATED COMMUNITY!!! Nothing to do here but bring your furniture!!! This home is located in BROOKESTONE in Ocoee, 4 Bedrooms-3 Baths, Foyer, Dining Room, Living Room, Breakfast Nook, Family Room, Kitchen has 42 cabinets, Large Pantry, Breakfast bar, brand new appliances, washer & dryer in laundry room, 3 way split bedroom plan!!! Master bedroom features adjoining area that could be used as a sitting area, workout area and features sliding glass doors leading to the covered brick paver and open lanai. Master bath features jetted tub, separate shower and double vanities. The 3 way split bedroom plan with 2 of the guest bedrooms centered around the guest bath. The 4th bedroom w/ bath could be a Mother-In-Law suite or private guest bedroom. This is a MUST see, very convenient to shopping, schools and all major highways!!! asking $352,000 NEW PRICE WITH EVERY NEW LISTING!!!PAT SHARR REALTY WILL PROVIDE A HOME WARRANTY FOR THE BUYER WHEN YOUR HOME SELLS!!! FEBRUARY SPECIAL!!! PUT ANOTHER LOG IN THE FIREPLACE!!!Take a look at this CUSTOM BUILT 2 STORY BRICK COLONIAL!!! Located on 7.86 acres, bring your horses, cows, chickens or just enjoy all of the land. Open the door to your future, wood flooring, tile in all wet areas, living room, picture window dining room and custom eat-in kitchen includes all appliances, wood cabinets, granite counters and island. Family room features brick wood burning fireplace for those cozy evenings! All bedrooms are located on the 2nd floor, master bedroom has French doors leading to the private balcony, enjoy the panoramic views!!! Master bedroom is adjoined by master bath, dual sinks, garden jetted tub and separate shower. The other 3 bedrooms are centered around the guest bath and the end bedroom also has a private balcony. Located on the first floor also features 1/2 bath and laundry room. Property is fenced and has gated entrance!!! See this property today, get away from all the traffic and noise to quite country living!!! New roof to be installed!!! Asking Only $ 425,000 JUST SOLD SECLUSION AMONG THE TREES!!!***4.97 ACRES*** 2 BDRM.,2 BA. LOCATED IN WINTER GARDEN!!! **NO HOA**Take a look at this 2 story home!!! First level has bedroom/ bath, the 2nd level is as nice as can be!!! Living room/great room, dining area, kitchen with all appliances,bedroom, bath and laundry room! Wood flooring except the bedroom has carpet, sliding glass door with balcony. Panoramic views of Winter Garden, Clermont and Disney fireworks from the balcony off of the living area. You have your own private driveway and only minutes away from shopping and major highways! Plus an Orange Grove that the Sellers no longer work, but could have income. Asking only $349,000 JUST SOLD For More Information visitwww.TheGroveOrlando.com/SpecialEvents /TheGroveOrlando 4750-4757 The Grove Drive | Windermere, FL At the corner of Apopka-Vineland and Conroy-Windermere Roads Cinema Under the StarsFriday, February 166-9 pmMay the force be with you on February 16th when Groove at The Grove brings you the seventh episode of a popular franchise.PG-13 movie starts at 6:30 pm 266027 ADVERTISEMENTHEALTH OBSERVED 263973 (352) 242-6800 Clermont (321) 441-2020 Winter Park www.FloridaBlue.comCarol Lemerond is a nurse practitioner at the Florida Blue Center in Clermont and Winter Park where she teaches free health and wellness classes that are open to the public in addition to providing health coaching and assessments. Save Health Care CostsHealth Observed allows brands and businesses to connect directly with the Observers readership and participate in the conversation by creating engaging content on the Observers digital publishing platform. For more on Health Observed, email us at kohara@yourobserver.com.We all like to save a little money. From Black Friday deals to BOGO specials at the grocery store, trimming excess expenses feels good. Many dont realize there also are opportunities to stay healthy while cutting medical expenses. Here are four ways to trim your health care budget: 1. Avoid the ER The emergency room is the most expensive place to receive treatment and should only be used when you truly have an emergency. Urgent care and walk-in clinics cost a fraction of a trip to the ER. Theyre ideal for conditions such as sprains, colds, u-like symptoms, rashes, animal bites and minor broken bones like ngers and toes. Here in Central Florida, GuideWell Emergency Doctors is a great lower-cost alternative to the ER because its priced like an urgent care while able to treat both minor and more serious health concerns with board-certied emergency doctors, on-site labs, EKG, radiology and more. 2. Ask about Lower-Cost Medications For some conditions there may be several medications that do the same thing but have drastically different prices. Ask your doctor if theres a generic or lower-cost alternative to your expensive brand name medications. Some pharmacies may offer certain generic medications at no cost. You also can save money with most insurers by ordering a 90-day supply through the mail. 3. Use Free Preventive Care Benets Because of the Affordable Care Act, insurance plans pay the full cost of several preventive care services including a yearly checkup, u shots and other routine vaccinations, and blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol tests. Depending on your age, cancer screenings like mammograms and colonoscopies are also covered. Getting regular checkups is a good way to identify and address possible medical issues before they become more severe (and more costly.) 4. Shop Around You shop around for other pricy items, so why not health services? Your costs for a medical service may vary greatly depending on where its performed, which is why its important to shop around beforehand. For starters, make sure you always go to a doctor or facility that is in your insurance plans network. Next, investigate how much you will be responsible for at different locations. Florida Blue members can visit the member website or app to search for pricing and quality information of nearby facilities for services such as MRIs, common surgeries and ofce visits. Health care can be expensive, but you may save hundreds or possibly thousands of dollars this year if you just follow these four suggestions. By Carol Lemerond, ARNP, Florida Blue Nurse Practitioner

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 BLACK TIEORANGEOBSERVER.COM ALSO INSIDE: American Advertising Federation: 2018 ADDY Awards. 8 CFA Society Orlando: Annual Forecast Dinner. 9 ONLINESee more photos at OrangeObserver.com Royalty walked the red car pet and danced the night away at the Tim Tebow Foundations Night to Shine celebration, a prom for special-needs individuals, Friday, Feb. 9, at First Baptist Church Windermere. More than 100 VIP guests, crowned kings and queens for the night, arrived in style to the church for a night of dancing and fun. The churchs third annual event had 365 volunteers pairing up with the the prom kings and queens as their buddies. HARRY SAYER RISE & SHINE Volunteer Carsten and Alec Nachtsheim rocked out. Aaron Hoefs gave high-ves to as many people as he could. Honored guests were able to share dances with volunteers. Max Moss spent time with Joanne and Joey Houwers. Nickayla Bennett, left, looked fabulous for the night. Kelsi Borrelli and Jim Currie had a blast. Isamari Morales danced with Joshua Morales.

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8 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 263891 Visit us in our NEW location!Suite 200B in the TD Bank Building12200 W. Colonial Drive Winter Garden, FL 34787 rfntrbtfttfbftnbtnrftnrntfrntnnnbrnfnnrfnntnftrbftnttnfftnrtrfrbbrnfbnnrbftnrnffrfnnnrttbrfr WE ARE THE rffrn rtbr rb rrnrrt b r frr ffrrr rfntrt frbfffbftft ttrbftt rttfrbrfrt 266295For more information about owners title insurance, ask Treasure Title, an ALTA member. JoAnne Quarles, C.L.C. 255192 h in the NEW Hamlin town center area near the Independence Publix RSVP AT: 264535 REAL BLACK TIE Hundreds of individuals working in Orlandos adver tising industry enjoyed an evening of fun at the 2018 ADDY Awards, held Saturday, Feb. 10, at Hard Rock Live. The gala brought together advertising professionals to celebrate the past years creative accomplishments and reward the best campaigns. The American Advertising Federation Orlando also awarded Push CEO John Ludwig the prestigious Silver Medal for lifetime achievement. DANIELLE HENDRIX 2018 Orlando ADDY Awards Push CEO John Ludwig won the AAFs prestigious Silver Medal award. American Advertising Federation Orlando President Christian Knightly welcomed gala attendees to the event. Mary Henderson and Sam Hunter looked sharp for the event. Luisa Poveda, Nicole Clark and Leanne Ball dressed their best for the ADDYs. Right: John and Courtney Ruh were a goodlooking couple. ONLINESee more photos at OrangeObserver.com

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 9 NASHVILLE MUSIC ON TOURrfntbfbf rrrfntbfn f bbtbbr fbbnntrt nnr nttnnn bntftb ftnttfnttttn ntntb r bnnnnnt ntt 257430 Come enjoy this NIGHT OUT on the third Friday of every month Food Trucks & Movie in the Park At Bill Breeze Park, 125 N. Lakeshore Dr,OcoeeFood trucks 6 p.m. 9 p.m.266127 Relax and spend your evenings watching blockbuster movies! The Friends of Ocoee History Preservation will give tours of the Withers-Maguire House from 6:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Built in 1888, the historic house is located at 16 East Oakland Avenue, adjacent to Bill Breeze Park. Ocoee Parks and Recreation Dept. 407-905-3180 www.ocoee.org Discover the effectiveness of GENTLE SPECIFIC CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTING. Our therapy department, including a licensed massage therapist and acupuncturist enables us to treat many varied conditions. Acute or chronic, mild or severe, if you are suffering, we have the facilities and training to help you. Most insurance accepted. Lic. # MM1720, MA32524 CAR ACCIDENT PAIN ? I CAN HELP! Discover GENTLE CHIROPRACTIC DR. JO J. REEVES, CHIROPRACTOR 407-656-0390 Back Pain Headaches Shoulder Pain Neck Pain Arthritis Painful Joints Stiffness Numbness Arm/Leg Pain Bursitis Hip Pain Cold Hands/Feet 424 N DILLARD ST WINTER GARDEN, FL 263753 Central Floridas investors and business professionals broke bread and talked shop at the CFA Society Orlandos Annual Forecast Dinner Wednesday, Feb. 8. To mark the investment societys 25th anniversary, nancial trader Danny Moses and subject in The Big Short novel gave a presentation to the crowd and discussed relevant monetary topics in a Q&A. HARRY SAYERCFA Society Orlandos Annual Forecast DinnerREAL BLACK TIE Wyatt Smith, Danny Moses and Matthew Parks talked about the presentation after it concluded. Kateryna Semenova and Martin Bel enjoyed the wine and company.

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10 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 BAPTISTFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 125 E Plant St., Winter Garden 407-656-2352 Sundays 8:30 am Traditional 9:45 am Bible Study 11:00 am Contemporary Awana Wednesdays 6pm Pastor Tim Grosshans www.fbcwg.org 2nd Campus: FOUNDATION WORSHIP Sundays 9:45 am All Ages at Foundation Academy High School 15304 Tilden Road Winter Garden www.FoundationWorship.com 407.730.1867 STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH PO Box 521, 611 W Ave, Ocoee Pastor Jeff Pritchard (407) 656-2351 www.starkelakebaptist.org CHURCH OF GODOCOEE CHURCH OF GOD Pastor Thomas Odom 1105 N. Lakewood Avenue, Ocoee 407-656-8011 EPISCOPALCHURCH OF THE MESSIAH 241 N. Main, Winter Garden Services: 8, 9:30, & 11am, 7pm www.churchofthemessiah.com CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION 4950 S. Apopka-Vineland Rd. Orlando Sun.Serv 8:30am, 10:30am, 5:30pm. 407-876-3480 www.ascension-orlando.orgMETHODISTFIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 125 N. Lakeview Ave Winter Garden Service Times 9:00 AM and 11:15 AM Phone 407-656-1135 Web: fumcwg.orgUNITED CHURCH OF CHRISTWINDERMERE UNION CHURCH 10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Rd. Windermere, FL 34786 407-876-2112 Worship times: 9:00am Adult Sunday School 10:00am Worship www.windermereunion.org CHURCH DIRECTORY Advertise your Services or Events on this page weekly.This page appears weekly in the West Orange Times & Observer and online at wotimes.com.To advertise in the Church Directory call 407-656-2121 or email AdvertiseNow@OrangeObserver.com Restore the joy of Your salvation to me, and give me a willing spirit. Psalm 51:12 (HCSB) NON-DENOMINATIONALPURPOSE CHURCH OLANDO 13640 W. Colonial Dr., Ste 110, Winter Garden 407-654-9661 Prayer 9:30AM, Fellowship 9:45AM, Service 10:05AMNon-DenominationalHAVEN OF GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 13520 Foxcrest Blvd. Winter Garden, FL 34787 Services 9:30 and 10:30AM 407-952-0510264591 MIKE YOAKUMPASTORP: 407.656.1520 C: 407.758.3570 MYOAKUM407@AOL.COM1333 EAST CROWN POINT RD. OCOEE, FL 34761 LV14252 Matthews Hope Chest Workshop 407.905.9500 930 Carter Rd. Suite #311 1/4 Mile north of W. Colonial Drive Custom Furniture Repaired, Refinished and Repurposed Wood Furniture Pallet Art & Furniture 8am-5pm Mon SatFollow us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/MatthewsHopeChest/ Furniture Rehab Art Decor Custom Wordworking & More!Visit our Matthews Hope Chest Creations Booth at155 N. Hwy 27, Clermont, FL 34711/HIGHLIGHTSMARKET Open 11 to 7 Tuesday-Saturday Matthews Hope Chest Creations XNSP15450 4Rivers Smokehouse Bates New England Seafood & Steakhouse Black Rock Bar & Grill Cathee Brady Catering Chick-fil-A Ocoee and Winter Garden Cracker Barrel Crooked Can Brewing Company Walt Disney World Food Truck Ellie Lou's Brews & BBQ Hagan O'Reilly's Irish Pub and Restaurant House Blend Caf Jeremiah's Italian Ice Kona Ice of NW Orlando Ms. Bee's Popcorn & Candy Shoppe Nothing Bundt Cakes Orange Technical College Culinary Team Pammie's Sammies Pilars Martini SeaWorld Orlando Table Top Catering The Vineyard Wine Bar & Healthy Bistro TooJay's Restaurant and Deli UNO Chicago Grill Westerleys at MetroWest Golf Club New restaurants added each week! rf nt rfntffbbrffnfn tffrbftnffnft tbntfbf rfnft rrfn tb b b ttftt b rf rnt bf f f f ff f Critical Intervention Services, Inc. Reed Nissan 264843 Jazz jam benets HapCOThe HapCO Music Foundation held its Winter Jazz Concert Saturday, Feb. 3, at Ocoee High School. The concert featured perfor mances by the Ocoee High School Jazz band, directed by Bernie Hendricks, and The Flying Horse Big Band, also known as The UCF Jazz Ensemble, directed by Je Rupert. ERIC GUTIERREZ University of Central Floridas Director of Jazz Studies Je Rupert directed The Flying Horse Big Band, also known as the University of Central Florida Jazz Ensemble. Ocoee High School sophomore Harmon Hollis sang Every Day I Have The Blues. Ocoee High School junior Robert Manzueta performed a saxophone solo. ONLINESee more at OrangeObserver.com

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 11 rfntbrfn rfnt r t fnntbnntb 250524 rfntbrfn rfnt r t fnntbnntb Scan the QR code to RSVP for Open House or to schedule your personal tour or email admissions@therstacademy.orgThe First Academy is celebrating record enrollment! Come to Open House to secure your spot for 2018-2019.www.therstacademy.org rfntrfn rfntbrfn rfnt rt fnntbnntb rfntbrfn rfnt rt fnntbnntb rfntbrfn rfnt rt fnntbnntb Sunday, March 4 Wills/Advance Directives Estates Corporation/LLC Commercial transactions Landlord/Tenant Real estate: Contracts, Closings, Short Sales, Deed in Lieu And other matters Attorney At Law 407-656-5521 425 S. Dillard St. Winter Garden, FL 34787 B M. JProudly serving West Orange County for over 36 years.www.blairjohnsonlaw.com263755 266294 Trane Comfort Specialists. 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HWY 50MAGUIRE RD.XTHESE SHOWTIMES FOR:FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 thru THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22THE BEST MOVIE VALUE IN WO COUNTY 263910 GAME NIGHT RTHURS: 7:30P 1517 TO PARIS PG-13FRI: 4:10P 7:10P 9:55P SAT: 1:10P 4:10P 7:10P 9:55P SUN-MON: 1:10P 4:10P 7:10P TUES-THURS: 4:10P 7:10P BLACK PANTHER PG-13FRI: 4:00P 7:00P 10:00P SAT: 1:00P 4:00P 7:00P 10:00P SUN-MON: 1:00P 4:00P 7:00P TUES-THURS: 4:00P 7:00PBLACK PANTHER 3D PG-13FRI: 4:30P 8:00P SAT: 1:15P 4:30P 8:00P SUN-MON: 1:15P 4:15P 7:15P TUES-THURS: 4:15P 7:15PFIFTY SHADES FREED RFRI: 4:40P 7:40P 10:00P SAT: 1:40P 4:40P 7:40P 10:00P SUN-MON: 1:40P 4:40P 7:40P TUES-THURS: 4:40P 7:40PGREATEST SHOWMAN PGFRI: 4:15P 7:30P 10:00P SAT: 1:30P 4:15P 7:30P 10:00P SUN-MON: 1:30P 4:30P 7:30 TUES-WED: 4:30P 7:30P THURS: 4:30PPETER RABBIT PGFRI: 4:20P 7:20P 9:55P SAT: 1:20P 4:20P 7:20P 9:55P SUN-MON: 1:20P 4:20P 7:20 TUES-THURS: 4:20P 7:20P ERIC GUTIERREZSTAFF WRITERGrab your golden tickets: The West Orange High School Theatre Department will welcome the community to its chocolate factory for five performances of Roald Dahls Willy Wonka Feb. 15 to 18. The production blends pieces of Dahls Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and the movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory with new material. For this production, three actors Patrick DuChene, Jacob Gonzalez and Aidan Wamsley all will play double-casted roles meaning they each play two sep arate characters. DuChene and Wamsley each are double-casted for Willy Wonka and Mr. Bucket, and Gonzalez is double-casted for Charlie and Mike TV. How does double-casting work? DuChene: Aiden and I are double-casted, so when he is playing Willy Wonka, I will be playing Mr. Bucket. And then the next show, when Im playing Wonka hes (Mr. Bucket), so we go back and forth. How challenging is it to memorize the lines for two separate characters? DuChene: You really have to separate the two characters, because it could get confusing studying both characters at once. Gonzalez: In my situation, my two characters are always in the same scene. That poses a little dif ficulty trying to remember whose lines Im supposed to be saying. Wamsley: Its easier with two people rehearsing their characters together, because you can collaborate with each other and figure out what works and what doesnt. Its really fun. What was your favorite scene? DuChene: My favorite scene would be when the characters get to the factory and are shown the chocolate room for the first time. Theres a lot of humor in that scene, and you realize how little Willy Wonka actually cares about these children because he just does his own thing. Gonzalez: Mine is when Char lie finally finds the golden ticket after multiple tries. In that scene, hes thinking its his last chance to find one. When he finally gets the ticket, hes the most excited hes ever been in his entire life, because he hasnt had much, and its fun to portray that excitement. Wamsley: My favorite scene is the tunnel scene. Its was my favorite scene in the Gene Wilder Willy Wonka movie. Its really spooky and dark, and its very fun to do. If you were Charlie, and you just won a chocolate factory, what would you do with it? DuChene: I would invite every single person I know to help me. It says in the story that the Wonka factory has several thousand rooms. I wouldnt know what to do with that kind of space. Gonzalez: Id definitely bring my friends and family with me, because if I didnt, it would just be me and the Oompa Loompas and the chocolate. Wamsley: I would go into business school and study economics, (because) Id be an 11-year-old boy owning a large factory. Time is a precious thingThe West Orange Theatre Departments production of Roald Dahls Willy Wonka opens Feb. 15. IF YOU GOROALD DAHLS WILLY WONKAWHEN: 7 p.m. Feb. 15 to 17; 2:30 p.m. Feb. 17 and 18 WHERE: West Orange High School, 1625 Beulah Road, Winter Garden INFORMATION: wohstheatre.com THESPIANS SEEK DONATIONSThe West Orange Theatre Depart ment is seeking donations to help take its production of Bright Star on the road to the Florida State Thespian Festival and the International Thespian Festival. Bright Star is a bluegrass musical written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. The department presented a production of the musical in the fall, and it will be the rst high school to secure the rights to perform it, said depart ment Director Tara Whitman. Whitman applied in the fall to have the departments production of Bright Star be performed at the Main Stage at the Florida State Thespian Festival in March and at the International Thespian Festival in June. What a Main Stage is is if you get selected, you take your entire show on the road (and) on tour just like a professional theatre company, Whitman said. We have to pack up every costume, every lighting instrument, all of our microphones, all of the students, all of the parents, all of the food and we go. We perform the show for an audience at the (Florida) State (Thespian) Festival and the International (Thespian Festival) this summer. Whitman said its an honor to be able to perform Bright Star at the Florida State Thespian Festival, adding that this is the secondconsecutive year the school has achieved the opportunity. This is the rst time the department was selected to perform at the Inter national Thespian Festival. Internationals is the top thing that any high-school theater could win, Whitman said. Weve won a state championship and a world championship all in the same year with the same show. The department needs help raising money to take the show on the road. To donate visit, bit. ly/2G2LHUJ.

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For more information and a complete list of prices, please visit our website: www.cremationchoicesfl.comCremation Choices offers an affordable alternative to expensive funeral homes and cremation services in the Central Florida area. 264534 263780 Because You CareFAMILY OWNED & OPERATED (407) 695-CARE (2273) WWW.DEGUSIPEFUNERALHOME.COM THREE LOCATIONS FOR YOUR COMFORT Maitland9001 N.Orlando Ave. Maitland, FL 32751West Orange1400 Mathew Paris Blvd.Ocoee, FL 34761Sanford905 Laurel Ave. Sanford, FL 32771 All Inclusive Direct Cremation$795 BLANCHE MARIE WILLIAMS DIED JAN. 25, 2018.Blanche Marie Williams, 92, left peacefully to be with the Lord on Jan. 25, 2018. Marie, as she was known by most, was born in Gardner, West Virginia, and in 1958 moved to what was then the pristine shores of Lake Apopka with her second husband Haven (deceased). Although Florida became her home, she loved going back to visit the mountains of West Virginia whenever possible. She was the eldest girl in a family of 10 siblings and began working at age 14 for Lisagors Department Store in Princeton, West Virginia, as a counter hostess. She had an eye for fashion and a natural way with people that led to her becoming a clothes buyer. This gave her the opportunity to travel to fashion houses and clothing shows in places such as New York and St. Louis. Marie was an avid reader and believed education was a gift to be savored. While raising her two girls, she completed her GED through Mid Florida Tech and started an associates degree at Valencia Community College. The majority of her career was spent in various clerical roles for Florida Gas Co. and Florida Power Corporation (now Duke Energy), where she developed a wanderlust for travel that took her to all but two of the seven continents. Her real passions though, were her faith, her family and her community. She loved people, particularly the elderly, and she dedicated the majority of her retirement years as an elder advocate through AARP. Holding various leadership roles with AARP at both the district and state levels, she traveled throughout the state of Florida and made regular trips to Tallahassee and Washington, D.C., to help craft elder-care legislation. Her advocacy and passion for her beloved West Orange County led her to the West Orange Chamber of Commerce, where she became a Lifetime Ambassador. She was also an active member of VFW Post No. 2093. She loved gardening, cook ing, playing washboard in the AARP band, bowling (Orlando Champion for Mixed Doubles in 1963 and 1964), and college football especially the UCF Knights (gooooo KNIGHTS!). Widowed twice and a cancer sur vivor, her faith in the Lord knew few, if any, limits. She was a lifelong Methodist who understood fully her calling to reflect the light of Christ into the world. She loved volunteer ing over the years at Pine Hills UMC in various roles as youth chaperone, choir member and Vacation Bible School assistant. As the effects of aging made it difficult for her to attend worship services, she transferred her membership to St. Lukes UMC, where she volunteered by writing greeting cards to those who were shut-ins or going through illness. She would often say, They may not know me, but it doesnt matter. God knows them, and I can pray for them. She is preceded in death by husbands William Wesley Smith and Haven J. Williams and is survived by: daughters, Karen Wesley Williams and Alice Marie Williams, along with her adopted daughters, Pammie OBannon and Debby Zutter; sister Lillie Mae White (West Virginia); brother, James H. Johnson (Tennessee); and dozens of nieces, nephews and greats all of whom she dearly loved. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11 a.m. Feb. 17, at St. Lukes UMC, 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando, FL 32819. In lieu of flow ers, the family asks that donations be made to St. Lukes UMC designating either Shepherds Hope or the East Winter Garden (EWG) Initiative. WEST ORANGE OBITUARIES TINA MARIE IRWIN DIED JAN. 12, 2018.Tina Marie Irwin (Ping/Peters) was born on Feb. 20, 1959, in Indiana. She lived in Winter Garden for 45 years and just recently moved to Arizona with her husband of 35 years, David Irwin, to enjoy retirement. She passed away suddenly from the flu on Jan. 12, 2018. She is survived by her husband, David; mother, Sara Ping Robbins; son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Amy Peters; stepchildren, Jason Irwin, Greg Irwin and Jill Irwin; and three grandchildren; sister and brother-in-law, Patsy and Ronnie Starling; sister, Glenda and the late Ray Glass; brother, Ralph; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her father, Harold Ping; brothers, Junior, Jim Bob, Greg, William (Bezo), Ronnie, and sister, Penny, the late Joe Kline; and niece, Samantha Glass. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20, at Temple Freewill Baptist Church, 1208 E. Story Road, Winter Garden, Florida.

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There were plenty of unknowns for Jeff Carine when he took over the golf program at Foundation Academy. The team had one girl Foundation Academy eighth-grader Olivia Lu and it remained to be seen how the young golfer would adapt to playing from the boys tees. It didnt take long, however, for any questions about Lus game to be answered. The first meet was probably one of the highlights of the season just because you dont really know whats going to happen, Carine recalled. As you get toward the end, and the scores start coming in, and you begin to see (Lus) score she shot 43 for nine holes, and I just went, Wow, thats really solid. Lu medaled in that first match and continued to play well all season for the Lions. Since varsity season ended, she has continued to play well in her individual outings on local junior tours such as the Premiere Junior Golf Tour, the Top 50 Scholarship Golf Tour and the Florida Junior Tour. Lu, who won an event in the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour in August, won two more events in January a Top 50 event Jan. 13 at Dubsdread in Orlando and Premiere Tour event a week later at Legends Golf Club in Clermont. Her recent success is even more impressive considering she has only been playing the game for two years. I first started with a golf summer camp just for fun, Lu said. I Olivia Lu, who competed for the Lions boys varsity golf team last fall as an eighth-grader, won two local junior tournaments in January.Foundation eighth-grader making waves in junior golf A group of young men from the West Orange area set a goal, worked hard at it and reaped the rewards. The Renegades Special Olympics basketball team, which consists of seven local men ranging from age 23 to their early 30s, won both their games at the Special Olympics Florida State Basketball Championships Jan. 26 to 27 at The Big House in Tavares. In doing so, the group of West Orange area competitors were crowned state champions in Adult 5-on-5 Division 4. The team was coached by Olivia Banks and Lisa Landsberger, and it began practicing once a week at West Orange High School in October. I think they had a lot of fun, Banks said. They applied what they practiced and saw it was actually working. They really cant wait to start the season up again. Banks moved to Central Florida from the Miami area recently, but has been involved with Special Olympics for years. It was her first time coaching basketball, although she has played all her life, and she said she was impressed by the dedication of the team. I would make them work SPORTSFEBRUARY 15, 2018 West Orange sophomore Solomon Smith has been a welcome addition to the varsity wrestling team. Page 14.1 The Foundation Academy boys soccer team had quite a week last week, earning its rst playo victories and neither came in regulation. First, the Lions defeated Orangewood Christian 2-1 in overtime Feb. 7 in the Class 1A Regional Quarternals. Next, at The Masters Academy Feb. 10 in the regional seminals, it took penalty kicks for Foundation to earn the 1-0 victory. The Lions (15-3) played in the regional nal Feb. 14, after press time. The result can be found at Observer Preps.com.2 A wieball tournament held at Windermere High Feb. 11 to benet former West Orange baseball standout Gunnar Bradshaw raised more than $3,000. Bradshaw is battling bone cancer and the fundraiser was organized to help the Bradshaw family with the medical expenses that continue to accumulate.3 Spring sports are swinging into action, with the regular season for varsity softball beginning this week and Feb. 19, marking the beginning of the regular season for baseball and boys and girls lacrosse.4 The dedication and ribbon-cutting of Deputy Scott Pine Community Park took place Feb. 10. The facility in Horizon West includes the new o-campus stadium for Windermere High School. For more on what this means for the Wolverines, visit ObserverPreps.com.5 West Orange and CFCA boys hoops met Feb. 10 in the nale of West Oranges Cancer Awareness Classic. The Eagles pulled away for the 74-65 victory, led by a game-high 20 points from junior Jordan Preaster. A video recap and gallery are available at ObserverPreps.com. HIGH5 STEVEN RYZEWSKISENIOR SPORTS EDITORSEE LU PAGE 14 STEVEN RYZEWSKISENIOR SPORTS EDITORSEE BASKETBALL PAGE 14Steven Ryzewski Heart&HustleCourtesy photoThe Renegades are all smiles after winning both of their games at the state championships and earning rst place in their division.The Renegades, a West Orange-based adult ve-on-ve basketball team, won rst place in its division at the Special Olympics Florida State Championships in Tavares. Steven RyzewskiOlivia Lu recently won two junior tour golf tournaments.

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We love our volunteers!And well be having specials all through the month to celebrate those friendships. Every Tuesday, Wise Elders and Military Personnel get a 10% discount not just this month but all year long! SPORTS SPOTLIGHTSophomore wrester Solomon Solo Smith was bumped up to varsity at West Orange recently and has been a welcome addition for the Warriors. Not only has Smith a rst-time wrestler this winter put together a 5-2 record since moving to varsity, he also placed second at the Michael Hutchins Invitational at Bishop Moore in January. His work ethic and good attitude have made a strong impression on head coach Kristen Iannuzzi and her sta.SPONSORED BY MARKS FLOORSSolomon Smith THE BASICSAge: 15 Year: Sophomore Height: 5-foot-5 Weight class: 152 pounds Other sport: Football Football position: LinebackerWhat are the biggest things your wrestling coaches have taught you? To stay loyal and stay humble. They taught me to encourage other people. Do you remember in which game you saw your first var sity football action? It was the Lyman game (Nov. 9). Our starting linebacker got injured, so I had to step in. I was really nervous, but I was excited at the same time. He got injured on the first or second drive, so I played the rest of the game. Which pro or college football team is your favorite? The Philadelphia Eagles they just won the Super Bowl. Congratulations with whom did you watch the Super Bowl? I was watching with my dad (David Smith) at my house with one of my teammates. I was honestly surprised (the Eagles won). My dad is from Philadelphia. He was the most excited, definitely. Who is your favorite super hero? Spider-Man is my favorite superhero. Whats your favorite incar nation of Spider-Man? The movies with Tobey Maguire. They were the first ones I watched and the first ones who introduced me to (the character). STEVEN RYZEWSKI Why did you decide to join the wrestling team this year? My coach, Coach Geno Thompson, was also a coach for the football team. He was telling some of the football players that they should join wrestling. So I joined wrestling because of coach Thompson. Was the conditioning and training for wrestling hard in comparison to football? Its really hard I would say more than football. Its a lot more running and a lot more endurance training. Are you glad that you joined wrestling? Im glad I joined wrestling, its very fun. I enjoy the bond you have with your teammates. What have you noticed are you strengths and areas for improvement on the mat? Im good with my throws, and I think I should work on my ground game escaping pins and stuff. Im not an easy coach, to say the least, Banks said. They improved a lot from the first time I saw them. I was really impressed by all of them. The Renegades ran a manto-man defense and worked on setting screens on offense. This helped them achieve success in the area and state competitions after a rough couple of games in the county tournament against a higher level (Division 3) of competition. In Tavares, the Renegades won their first game by a score of 30-22 and their second 43-29. Banks said the Renegades success was a total-team effort but that Shelby Forester stood out as the teams most enthusiastic player cheering and rooting on teammates whether he was in the game or on bench and that Matthew Letcher was the teams leader. Banks said the experience of volunteering with the Renegades was rewarding. It was great for me, Banks said. Id never done this before, being a head coach, so I was unsure of how they would respond. To build that trust and that camaraderie with them they confided in me, and thats a big deal. Regardless of the score, just that we built a relationship to me was the most important thing, she said.BasketballFROM PAGE 13 MEET THE RENEGADES14 Shelby Forester 24 Ryan Letcher 25 Taylor Simpson 31 Patrick Murdock 32 Tyler Venkersammy 33 Christian Emrich 43 Matthew Letcher Head coach: Olivia Banks Assistant coach: Lisa LandsbergerTwo local schools celebrated National Signing Day Feb. 7 with ceremonies to commemorate seniors signing National Letters of Intent to compete at the collegiate level. West Orange High and Foundation Academy celebrated the signings of 12 student-athletes, combined. Some other seniors, including from CFCA and Ocoee High, signed during the fall, and some are still assessing their opportunities and expect to sign in the coming weeks. thought it was really fun. I was only doing it once a week, and I looked forward to it. Lu began training with her first coach and within the last year, she has started to regularly play events nearly every weekend. Her current coach is Andrew Park, and she trains with Park out of Orange County National. She has six tournament wins to her credit so far. The eighth-grader is off to an impressive start, but she knows there is plenty to learn. I wouldnt call myself good yet, because I know there are still so many better people than me, but I realized that I was pretty decent when I won my first tournament, Lu said. She also acknowledged it was tough beginning the var sity season playing from the boys tees but she got used to it quickly and now feels comfortable playing from either tee. Carine said one of the coolest parts of Lu being the only girl on the team last season was the way she gelled with the team. What was really fun was just to see how much the team grew to love her like a little sister, Carine said. The team got to be very close over the course of the season and right away, there was a lot of respect for the quality of her game. Lu said she is hard at work on all aspects of her game and hopes to continue to progress into more competitive events. She is also thankful to her par ents, who bear the burden of getting her to events each week end and footing the bills. I am so glad and I appreciate them so much its not cheap, Lu said. Carine, who anticipates returning again next fall to coach the Lions, said he will be excited to see how his young golfer progresses and how she could do in the FHSAA State Series as a freshman. The quality of her short game, the consistency of her ball striking she just knows how to play the game, Carine said. She knows how to get the golf ball in the hole. She has a tremendous amount of resilience. She has a bad hole, and she comes right back.LuFROM PAGE 13Local seniors ink NLIs on Signing Day FOUNDATION ACADEMY Kenny Ames Notre Dame College, football Lance Axson Campbell University, football WEST ORANGE HIGH Andrew Brickweg West Florida, football Adelyn Claborn University of South Carolina Upstate, womens soccer Ronald Dimatteo University of Mary, football Demond Harp University of Mary, football Brennan Harrell Franklin Pierce University, football Dametri Hill Murray State University, football Franklin Jackson Florida Atlantic University, football Savannah Sellers Ohio State, womens crew Kayla Strehle Spalding University, womens soccer Simon Sutherland Mount Union University, football

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