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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 FREE THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018Chamber CEO leads push for doggie dining. PAGE 3. Spring fun for everyone REAWL ESBLACK TIELOSS INSPIRES LOCAL NONPROFITThe Color Blue and Hope delivers boxes to mothers who have lost a baby. SEE PAGE 7 Spring Fever in the Garden oered a weekend full of outdoor delights. SEE PAGE 12.VOLUME 85, NO. 15GABBY BAQUERO NEWS EDITOROcoee leaders approved the first reading of two final site plans per taining to phase 2 of a future business park on Maguire Road during its April 3 City Commission meeting. The 13-acre site, which is cur rently undeveloped, is zoned Light Ocoee OKs site plans for business park on MaguireLeaders also discussed police response to a recent call about a house party.A WIN-WINShepherds Hope has partnered with the University of Central Florida to provide medical services and ongoing care to patients at its Ocoee clinic. SEE STORY ON PAGE 4. Gabby BaqueroBy working at organizations such as Shepherds Hope, University of Central Florida College of Nursing students gain real-world experience while pursuing their degrees. The Winter Garden native battled cancer to get back to the eld. PAGE 15 SPORTSGABBY BAQUERONEWS EDITORCarlos Anglero, the Ocoee officer who shot into a familys home after being sent to the wrong address by a Winter Garden police dispatcher, will avoid jail time. Instead, Judge Kim Shepard ordered Anglero to pay restitution to the Lewis family and sentenced him to three years of supervised probation and 100 hours of community service. Shepherd also withheld adjudication, meaning Anglero will not have a felony conviction on his record. Anglero, who had been placed on unpaid administrative leave from the Ocoee Police Department, was sent to a residential address for a domestic distur -BAILEYS BATTLESEE CARLOS PAGE 4No jail time for Ocoee ocer who shot into wrong home The police ocer was ordered to pay restitution and sentenced to three years of supervised probation and 100 hours of community service.SEE MAGUIRE PAGE 6 Photo by Mindy Dunlap

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2 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 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 269842 271221 ONE ERADICATOR LAST 90 DAYS! 12403 WEST COLONIAL DR WINTER GARDEN, FL 34787 4078772553 ERADICATORS $1995ONLY... Available at: THURSDAY, APRIL 12ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS FOR CENTRAL FLORIDA 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 12, 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. ART HISTORY TRENDING 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at the Winter Garden Art Associations SoBo Art Gallery, 127 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden. Pop Culture, Social Media & Instagram is this months discussion in the series of historical art topics through the lens of todays social media and pop culture trends, such as seles and food pictures. Register at wgart.org/events/lecturearthistorytrending. Information at (407) 347-7996. FRIENDS OF LAKE APOPKA MEETANDGREET 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, 21 E. Plant St., Winter Garden. Learn about the creation of The Lake: A Documentary Exploring the Land and People of Lake Apopka, a photography and painting ex hibit through April 25 in Winter Garden. (407) 656-3244. WEST ORANGE REPUBLICAN WOMEN FEDERATED GENERAL MEETING 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at the West Orange Country Club, 3300 West Orange Country Club Drive, Winter Garden. Guest speakers are Betty Turner, administrator at the Russell Home for Atypical Children, and Bobby Olszewski, District 44 House representative. Buet lunch is $20. RSVP to rebeccatmellen@gmail.com or (407) 230-5968.FRIDAY, APRIL 13FRIDAYS ON THE PLAZA 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 13, at the gazebo on Plant Street in downtown Winter Garden. Enjoy folk music by Crenshaw. (407) 656-4111. ORLANDO BALLETS BEST OF BROADWAY 8 p.m. Friday, April 13, and Saturday, April 14; and 2 p.m. Sunday, April 15, at the Gar den Theatre, 160 W. Plant St., Winter Garden. This glittering spectacle honors Harriett Lake and highlights the greatest hits from some of the biggest Broadway shows. Tickets are $34 ($30 for students and seniors). For more, visit gardentheatre.org/more.SATURDAY, APRIL 14AMERICAN WARRIORS FOR AUTISM RACES 8:30 a.m., with kicko at 9 a.m., Saturday, April 14, at Tiger Minor Park, 401 Geneva St., Ocoee. In recognition of Autism Awareness Month, the Ocoee Police Department is partner ing with Autism Law Enforcement Response Training and The Princeton House Charter School for relay and obstaclecourse races. The event will include participation from police ocers and reghters from several local agencies in Central Florida, partnering with people with autism, to complete the races. Includes a silent auction. Cost is $25 for adults, $10 for children 12 and younger. Register at runsignup.com/ Race/FL/Ocoee/1stAnnualAm ericanWarriorsForAutism. (407) 905-3160. BLUE HIKE: GOURDNECK SPRINGS 8 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Oakland Nature Preserve, 747 Machete Trail, Oak land. Join ONP President Jim Peterson for a guided paddle tour of Gourdneck Springs on Lake Apopka. Bring sunscreen, eyewear, a hat, water and other outdoor essentials. Call (407) 905-0054 for launch point, to register and to reserve a kayak. BRIDGEWATER MIDDLE SCHOOL PARTY IN THE PARK 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at Deputy Scott Pine Community Park, 6865 Ficquette Road, Windermere. This event will feature kid entrepreneurs, food trucks, music, vendors, games and more. For more, visit bit.ly/2GJEnm1. WINDERMERE 5K/10K RUN AMONG THE LAKES 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 14, at Windermere Town Hall, 520 Main St. Experience this beautiful and unique 5K run/walk and 10K run that travels the dirt roads of Windermere under a canopy of century-old oaks and along several lakes. This is a familyfriendly event beneting the Windermere Parks and Recreation Department. (407) 8762563, Ext. 5321.MONDAY, APRIL 16EARTH DAY, HOORAY! 10:30 a.m. Monday, April 16, at the Southwest Library, 7255 Della Drive, Orlando. Celebrate Earth Day with nature-friendly stories, crafts and activities. Ages 2 to 4. (407) 835-7323. SMARTER SENIOR SERIES: DOWNSIZING 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 16, at the Southwest Library, 7255 Della Drive, Orlando. This workshop will provide information especially for adult children who are helping their aging par ents with the dicult process of downsizing. Part of the Smarter Senior Seminar Series presented by Mike Flahaven, certied senior hours professional. Registration or RSVP required at youroridahaven.com or by calling (407) 340-5291 or (407) 835-7323. YOUR CALENDAR

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 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 270547 ERIC GUTIERREZSTAFF WRITERSome dog owners enjoy taking their four-legged friends along with them to dine outside of restaurants on days when the weather is nice. Some restaurants welcome their patrons dogs and even set up water bowls for them. But are they following the rules? It depends on whether their local government has an ordinance in place that allows for dog-friendly dining at restaurants. West Orange Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Stina DUva said for dog-friendly dining at restaurants to be allowed, the local gov erning body of where a restaurant is located must have an ordinance in place to allow it. Right now, theres a state statute that allows for municipalities and counties within the state to enact an ordinance that would then by a permit process allow restaurants with outside dining areas to allow owners and their dog pets to be outside, DUva said. Currently the city of Winter Garden (and) the city of Orlando already have an ordinance (and) a permit process. Unincorporated Orange County like the Gotha area, Dr. Phillips area does not.THE LOOPHOLESFlorida Statute 509.233 covers the rules for dog-friendly dining at restaurants. Dogs only are allowed at outside dining areas of a restaurant, and the restaurant must have sanitation measures available in case of accidents. Additionally, local municipalities are in charge of regulation and enforcement of the procedures outlined in the statute, among other requirements. There are certain things in the state statute that are very specific that would have to be adhered to, DUva said. Dogs are becoming more compatible everywhere you go, and were not talking about service dogs. Of course, service dogs would be allowed inside and outside of an establishment no questions asked, but this is not for the service dog. Its for just pets. DUva added she has been working with local officials to allow for dog-friendly dining at restaurants in West Orange. We are trying to help our businesses, DUva said. The chamber board of directors (is) supportive of an ordinance that would allow (dog-friendly dining at restaurants).WINDERMEREBrad Cornelius, of Wade Trim, works with the town of Windermere and handles planning review and consultations. The towns code is silent to the issue of doggie dining, Cor nelius said. For doggie dining to be allowed in the town, the town would have to adopt an ordinance that puts in place the specific requirements for doggie dining.ORANGE COUNTYChris Testerman, assistant county administrator for Orange County, said the Orange County Board of County Commissioners will have a work session June 5 to address whether to adopt a dogfriendly dining ordinance. The board is going to have a work session to see if they want to adopt such an ordinance, Testerman said. (At) the work session, well give an overview of the concept and the board will give us direction of where to go from there (and) whether to go forward and draft an ordinance to bring back for public hearings.OCOEEThe city of Ocoee also lacks a dog-friendly dining ordinance, however, adopting one may be possible in the future, said City Manager Robert Frank. (Although) the issue has come up sporadically in the past, there have been no requests to look into the issue by restaurant owners; most likely due to the lack of sidewalk dining-type areas in the city, Frank said. Although we dont have such an ordinance, this is one issue that will be addressed as the downtown redevelopment project progresses. The plan for downtown includes expandedwidth sidewalks and pedestrian areas, so we will be adopting some rules for the use and enjoyment of these areas in the near future.OAKLANDOakland Town Manager Dennis Foltz said the town currently does not have many restaurants. How ever, he also said a dog-friendly dining ordinance is something that could be considered in anticipation of more restaurants coming to the town. The idea of dog-friendly dining is something that we certainly want to consider when we get some restaurants, but it is an issue that has not been raised, Foltz said. Id like for us to be look ing at it in anticipation (of more restaurants). I think it would be good for the commission to talk about early on as were updating our codes. We dont have the restaurants right now.Pooches permitted?Currently, Winter Garden is the only West Orange municipality that has an ordinance allowing doggie dining. West Orange Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Stina DUva is working to change that. Dogs are becoming more compatible everywhere you go, and were not talking about service dogs. Of course, service dogs would be allowed inside and outside of an establishment no questions asked, but this is not for the service dog. Its for just pets. Stina DUva, West Orange Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Ocer

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4 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 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@OrangeObserver.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 & 2018 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 Livingbance call alongside three other officers on Feb. 6, 2016. However, the Winter Garden dispatcher sent the law-enforcement officers to Bend Grass Avenue instead of Bent Grass Avenue. So when Angleros fellow officer and girlfriend Stephanie Rodriguez rang the doorbell and knocked on the door, the homeowner, Christopher Lewis, awoke confused and in fear for his safety and that of his familys. The homeowner, who lived with his wife and then 12-year-old son, grabbed a handgun and made his way to the door when the officers noticed he was in possession of a weapon. Shots were fired. During Angleros sentencing on Thursday, March 29, Rodriguez said she was the first to fire into the home. Anglero said he fired second, releasing four bullets into the Lewis familys living room and foyer. While testifying as the states sole witness, Lewis said the incident was traumatizing and shattered the familys sense of safety. Anglero had 10 witnesses testify for leniency on his behalf, recalling moments Anglero had supported them when they were faced with challenging circumstances. I say all of this because sending Carlos away would not only affect Carlos, but the community itself, said Lorenzo Torres, who befriended Anglero in 2014. A family would lose its father, a Cub Scout would lose a trusted leader, a young man like myself would lose a mentor, but most impor tant to me, I would lose a man I call dad. Rodriguez also spoke on Angleros behalf and commented on the fact that the incident has had different results for all parties involved. How is that a human error can have three different outcomes for the same exact incident? Rodriguez said. I am no longer with the department for medical reasons from that night. The dispatcher received no repercussions from sending us to the wrong address, and here we stand today with officer Anglero waiting a sentencing for simply doing his job. Due to my life being in jeopardy, I shot first, and I was cleared of everything. And yet because he shot second in order for the rest of us to get cover, instead of an award, hes being questioned in a courtroom and his life is on the line. Defense lawyer James W. Smith argued that Judge Kim Shepard should consider Angleros char acter, including the fact that he has no criminal history or complaints on his record. The question comes to this: Has he done enough good in his life that this court should give him a second chance? Smith said. The states argument is no. The state wants you to focus in on one night a period of five minutes or less and say that he deserves to have a felony conviction for the rest of his life. Thats not justice. When asked to come to the stand, Anglero emphasized that he behaved as he had been trained and penalizing him might set a dangerous precedent, making officers believe they need to give anyone pointing a gun at them a freebie before they are allowed to shoot back and protect themselves. Assistant State Attorney Deborah Barra had recommended Anglero be sentenced to pay a $10,000 fine and serve six months in the Orange County jail followed by two years of probation. She also emphasized Anglero should be treated like anyone else in that situation, regardless of emotional sound bites, comparisons to similar police-related incidents and his status as a lawenforcement officer. What has gone without any mention are the true facts of what happened and the true conduct of Carlos Anglero, Barra said. And what he did on that night has absolutely nothing to do with anybody except for himself his own conduct. It was his conduct that when he arrived at, yes, the wrong house it was the deci sions he made from that point on that determine exactly why were here today. And the decision that he made was that after his girlfriend fired into Mr. Lewiss house twice, and all the officers were retreating back to process the situation, it was the defendant who chose to not fall back or hide behind anything and assess the situation, Barra said. It was his decision to point his weapon, and it was his decision, on four separate occasions, to pull the trigger and fire bullets into the home of a husband, and a wife and their 12-year-old son. That is his responsibility because although hes a law-enforcement officer, it does not exempt him from crime.GABBY BAQUERO NEWS EDITORPatients who visit Shepherds Hope Health Center in Ocoee will be seeing many new faces soon now that the nonprofit organization has partnered with the Univer sity of Central Floridas College of Nursing. Shepherds Hope, founded in 1997, offers free medical care to uninsured people from its five health centers in Orange and Seminole counties. Although the organization has partnered with UCF for four years, thanks to a $62,000 grant provided by the West Orange Healthcare District, both under graduate and graduate nursing students now will be able to apply their knowledge and receive realworld clinical experience all while supporting Shepherds Hope mission to aid Central Flor idas economically disadvantaged population. The realism of health care today is that not everybody can get what they need when they need it, so having services such as Shepherds Hope helps to provide those services and gives those students a realistic ... (experience), because not every body has the platinum health insurance plan, said Mary Lou Sole, the UCF College of Nursing dean. So our undergraduate students are doing health screenings, health assessments, health evaluations and setting up differ ent educational programs so that the individuals out there seeking health care can gain more knowledge about managing ... common health problems that are seen. And then the graduate students can receive experience learning to manage (patients) as an advanced practice nurse. According to the U.S. Census, 18.6% of Ocoees population younger than 65 are living without health insurance. This is higher than the national uninsured rate of 10% and Floridas uninsured rate of 15.3%, UCF spokeswoman Rachel Williams said. But having provided care to 19,575 patients in 2017 alone, Shepherds Hope is helping to bridge that gap with the help of UCFs nursing students. The opportunity for the students to come into contact with these patients whose essential health care needs are typically under-met is a wonderful winwin opportunity for both of our organizations and the patients, said Marni Stahlman, CEO and president of Shepherds Hope. And a Shepherds Hope clinic is capable of treating a patient like any other outpatient doctors office where you can be seen for acute illnesses, such as a respiratory or an ear infection in a young child to more chronic or lifethreatening diagnoses, (such as) cancer. Some procedures can be accomplished at our clinic, but obviously, were limited like any other outpatient clinic with not having access to more robust diagnostic equipment or tools that would help treat those patients, Stahlman said. So at that point, we would utilize our hospital partners at both Florida Hospital and Orlando Health. UCFs nursing students have collectively provided more than 30,000 hours of medical services to economically disadvantaged residents in Central Florida in the past 20 years. They also will help staff Shepherds Hope upcoming 10,000-square-foot health center in Winter Garden, scheduled to open in December at 455 Ninth St. Community partnershipThe opportunity for the students to come into contact with these patients whose essential health care needs are typically undermet is a wonderful win-win opportunity for both of our or ganizations and the patient. Marni Stahlman, CEO and president of Shepherds HopeGabby BaqueroUCF nursing students created educational materials that will help patients avoid the u for display at Shepherds Hope. Carlos Anglero avoids jail timeCONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 5 rf ntb An evening of cocktails and conversationrf This is your opportunity to meet some of West Orange Countys leading women, with plenty of time for cocktails and conversation. Join us April 25 at ShowcaseWG in Winter Garden for the latest event! Attendees will enjoy getting to know each of our featured guests in this engaging, round-robin style event. Featured speakers include: Executive Vice President & Head of Community Banking, Seacoast Bank; Orlando Business Journal 2017 Business Executive of the Year Founder & CEO, Fattmerchant rfnn Creative Designer & Founder, Bay Hill Jewelers tf bb Orange County Clerk of Courts Sports Director, News 6 WKMGTickets available at brrb. Chamber member advance rate: $36 Non-member & at the door rate: $46 nn Presenting Sponsor Event Sponsor 271161 FREE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE AND ELECTRONICS COLLECTIONrfrnrfrtbbb rt rffntnfb nfffn For more information, visit www.ocfl.net/HHW 269134 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Ages K-8 Full and half-da y programs Only 25 minutes from Orlando! Boys & GirlsTENNIS PREVIEWMVAProgramSummer Programs at montverde.orgTwo day sessions: July 9-14 | July 16-21 | Overnight camp July 8-21CAMPS ARE STILL BEING ADDED! Check our website daily for new camps, pricing, dates, times, and camp details. Ha ve more fun and more choices, all in one great location!Day & Overnight Day CampJune 18 July 27 Grades K-8 June 4-8 | June 11-15 June 18-22 | Grades 3-8 Catch a SNEAK PREVIEW of Montverde Academys summer programs! Weve got camps including day camp, camp invention, tennis, baseball, golf, swim, equestrian, yearbook, and soccer. We offer before/after-care and hot lunches for most full-day camps. Summer Programs at montverde.org CAMP INVENTION Session 1: June 11-14 | Session 2: July 30-Aug. 2 | Grades K-6 EQUESTRIAN17235 Seventh Street, Montverde, Florida 34756 269685 ERIC GUTIERREZSTAFF WRITERHorizon West residents soon will have a new place to grab a pint, a plate of bangers and mash and enjoy live music with the opening of Yeomans Cask & Lion in Hamlin. Yeomans Cask & Lion is a British-themed restaurant and pub operated by 23 Restaurant Ser vices thats set to open this fall at the Hamlin Town Center. The new location will be the pubs first location in Central Florida. The original Yeomans location is located in downtown Tampa. Yeomans is our Britishthemed pub, 23 Restaurant Ser vices spokeswoman Lindsay Kenyon said. Its definitely one of our most fun restaurants. You come in for wonderful food, a great atmosphere, and then we have live music throughout the week. Kenyon said the pub offers British staples, such as bangers and mash, fish and chips and shepherds pie. The menu also offers an assortment of American dishes. If you dont like British food, we also have American dishes, Kenyon said. We have what I would say the best Philly cheesesteak in town, Kenyon said. Its really, really delicious. We have a great assortment of macaroni and cheeses that people rave about (and) chicken wings, burgers and wonderful salads. Yeomans Cask & Lion will have two full-liquor bars one located inside the restaurant and one located on the outdoor patio. Drinks will include craft beers and cask ales. The interior of the pub will set the illusion of stepping onto the streets in England with wood and brick textural elements on the walls, blue and red colors throughout the pub and two Royal Guard mannequins guarding the entrance. Weve really tried to wrap our heads around doing a British theme inside, and when you step through the door, you can really see that when you come into the restaurant, Kenyon said. Yeomans Cask & Lion will be 23 Restaurant Services third restaurant to open in the Hamlin Town Center. The other two restaurants are Fords Garage and Capones Coal Fired Pizza. Yeomans Cask & Lion plans Hamlin expansion THREE TO TRY Piped Up Philly Cheesesteak Yeomans take on the Philly cheesesteak is served mild, medium or hot with grilled onions and american cheese on an authentic Philly amoroso roll. Bualo Chicken Mac and Cheese Yeomans homemade macaroni and cheese served with a choice of fried or blackened chicken that is tossed in bualo sauce. Fish and Chips A British pub classic. Freshly prepared North Atlantic Cod deep fried with Yeomans signature beer batter and served with chips (fries), coleslaw, lemon and homemade tartar sauce.

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6 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 rrfntbtnntrrntrnr nnrnfrnbtbnnfnn rnnrrnbftrnrnntnrbn bntntrrnbtnnr tnbtbtrtnbtnftbtbtnr nntnrtntrnnfnfbtntnrn rnnntnnfnfrr rrfntbtnntrrnnnnf ttrnrnnrnnrnrrn nrrnrnnntnnfnfr rntrr rfn ntrfMONEY MARKET CD SPECIAL! Limited-Time Only rfn b b 270755 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A NEW HOMEEnjoy Luxurious Lakefront Living on The Butler Chain of Lakes LAKEFRONT 5 BEDROOM 7.5 BATHS 7,021 SQ FT 3 CAR GARAGE POOL BAY HILL 6038 PINE VALLEY DR, ORLANDO, FL 32819-4318 $2,295,000 rfntnbbb fttnftnf bbbVIEW OUR VIRTUAL TOURrfrntbf Navigating YOUR Success! Results Driven Team!rSteve Amburgey 272235 271969 industrial and located west of Maguire Road and south of Frank lin Street. In phase 2, the property owner intends to develop the site with 105,663-square-foot and 144,000-square-foot buildings for light industrial and flex office. Two entrance points to the site via Maguire Road are planned as well, coupled with a future access road via an extension of Ocoee Crown Point Parkway, two stormwater retention ponds and a park ing lot with 242 spaces.HOUSE PARTY POLICE RESPONSEDuring the public forum, two residents expressed dissatisfaction with the Ocoee Police Departments response to a neighbors house party on Friday, March 23. Residents Steven Sandvik and Charles Hooper said the house party took place around 11 p.m. and disturbed surrounding homes due to its loud music and large amount of people. I called the police because they were throwing a party across the street, Sandvik said. Conservatively, there were about 400 people there. They had a guy with a wand frisking and collecting cover charges, so I called the police and they sent an officer out who pulls up in front, walks out of the car and talks to them. The music goes down, but when he gets back in his car and leaves, the music goes up twice as loud as it was before. Sandvik said he sat outside until about 1:30 a.m. and later was informed by two officers that the department didnt have the resources to disperse the party, despite the party-goers smoking marijuana in front of police. The one officer tells me he wrote them a ticket for the noise, not for the marijuana, Sandvik said. We have a right to assume that the police is going to take care of a problem like this, and if they didnt have more than seven offi cers as they told us while they were on duty that Friday night then they should have called Orange County (Sheriffs Office) for backup. Sandvik said a similar incident happened in June. That time, he and his neighbors heard gunshots and found 12 bullet casings. Ocoee Police Chief Charles Brown said the homeowners were issued a civil citation in June as well as during the more recent occur rence in March. IN OTHER NEWS The City Commission postponed discussion of an unsolicited oer from Beazer Homes, which seeks to purchase 8.5 acres of city-owned property near the intersection of AD Mims Road and Clarke Road for $960,000. The city aims to conduct a property appraisal of the land, which was part of a 12-acre land purchase from 2006. The site was to be developed with a new police department headquarters had the city not instead decided to relocate the department to its current location. Ocoee city leaders approved the subdivision plat for three lots totaling 6.96 acres located at the eastern end of Westrun Road, which the property owner wishes to develop into a commercial subdivision with three leasable lots. Maguire proposalCONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

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DANIELLE HENDRIXBLACK TIE EDITORThere are times when Jenna Dail sees a random blue balloon trapped in a tree, stuck in a gut ter, floating along in the sky and immediately feels a sense of hope. Its always a blue balloon, and she believes its never a coincidence. Its a sign her boys are always there, even though they arent physically. Dail, a Winter Springs resident, and her husband are parents of four children two here to hold and two we long to see again in heaven, she said. They lost their twin boys Grady Dean and Ryder Dylan three years ago. She went into labor at Florida Hospital in September 2014 at 22 weeks pregnant. Grady lived for three hours after birth; Ryder was born sleeping. Through her pain and grieving, she felt as though God wanted to use her story to help other women in similar situations, and thats where the story of her Orlando-THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 BLACK TIEORANGEOBSERVER.COMOut of the blue After losing her twin boys prematurely, Jenna Dail nds hope in her familys story and purpose for the boys lives through her nonprot The Color Blue and Hope. Photos by Mindy DunlapAbove: Jenna Dail and her family have found healing and hope through their mission of serving moms on bedrest. Top: Boxes of Hope are given to mothers on bed rest and those admitted to the hospital long-term. SEE SPREADING PAGE 8

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8 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 270633 Throughout the year, Lift provides camps, community events and family services that elevate life for families and individuals impacted by disability. Lift Disability Network is a place where the disability community comes together to discover opportunity, faith, fun and a real sense of community for your entire family unit. Winter Garden Heritage Foundations Heller Hall 21 E. Plant St. | WInter Garden Thursday April 26 7:30 am Arrivals and complimentary breakfast 8:00 am Program RSVP, donate or sign up to host a table at: liftdisability.net/2018-breakfast APR262018THURSDAYOver breakfast learn about the impact Lift Disability Networks services have and how you can get involved nancially, as a regular volunteer or in prayer for our ministry.PLEASE JOIN US FOR THEA FUNDRAISING EVENT FOR LIFT DISABILTY NETWORKLIFT LIFE BREAKFAST BETSY VANDERLEYis Orange Countys District 1 Commissioner. She has been an Orange County resident since 1971 and has been very involved in local non-prot organizations for many years. Her involvement has included Habitat for Humanity, Hapco Foundation, Home at Last, Winter Garden Rotary, Young Fathers of Central Florida and more. She is a rm believer that you get out of life what you give. GUEST SPEAKER: DisneyOnIce .com Tickets Start at $1 8!Restrictions, excl usions and additional charges may appl y. Subject to availability .MAY 11 13AMW AY CENTER1700943 270631 270596 based nonprofit, The Color Blue and Hope, began.THE COLOR BLUEThree-and-one-half years ago, Dail was placed on bed rest for about a month at a hospital in Miami, four hours away from her family and friends in Orlando. She was diagnosed with twin-totwin transfusion syndrome, a rare, serious condition that can occur in pregnancies when identical twins share a placenta and blood flows unevenly between the babies. She underwent a laser surgery to correct the TTTS, but her water broke, and she was given an amniopatch. I couldnt even sit up while eating; I wasnt allowed to roll to my side, she said. Through that journey, I realized there was nothing there I didnt have family to go to the store to buy stuff I needed, because everyone was here in Orlando. I needed lotion my skin was peeling, because I hadnt showered for so long. Finally after a few days of begging (for lotion), a nurse brought her own lotion from home. Thats where the Boxes of Hope came to mind: I was like, Oh my gosh, there needs to be a service or box to give to these moms when theyre here long-term. After Dail went into premature labor in September 2014 and ultimately lost both sons, her way of dealing with the grief was through writing and journaling. She wanted to write to be able to remember and look back on their journey, so she started a blog called The Color Blue, named for the boys. The color blue is the boys, she said. The boys were born premature in September, which is (a) sapphire (birthstone). I had friends who came to visit, and they gave me bracelets with the boys birthstones on it. Ever since then, the color blue is the boys. If I see blue anywhere, its them. The hope part (of the nonprofits name) is the hope that I found in our story.SPREADING LOVE AND HOPEFrom Dails own experience, she realized there was a need in both hospitals and the community. That was the need for supplying women in similar situations with things necessary for long-term hospital stays. Boxes of Hope are provided to women who are on bed rest, and Boxes of Love can be curated and sent to women who have lost a baby. The mission is always to spread hope in seasons that feel hopeless, she said. Boxes of Hope contain items such as facial wipes, deodorant, books, stationery, combs, colored pencils, nail polish, lotion and hand sanitizer anything moms might need or want while staying in the hospital. The organization became a nonprofit in early 2017 and partners primarily with Florida Hospital, where Grady and Ryder were born. The hospital serves a few dozen mothers on bed rest or those with high-risk pregnancies each month. The moms are looking at the box as a gift from the nurse, and its helped create this strong bond and relationship between the mom and nurse, Dail said. Weve heard from moms who say its been a reminder to them that theres still hope in their story and not to give up and theyre not alone. To date, The Color Blue and Hope has packed and distributed about 400 Boxes of Hope. Boxes of Love serve as a reminder that the mother has loved ones supporting her. Friends and family can choose items to fill a Box of Love, and it will be sent to the mother along with a personalized note and support resources. Its an emotional roller-coast er, Dail said. First and foremost, it keeps me going. I feel like if I didnt have this mission at hand, Id feel hopeless in our story. It gives our boys purpose and that gives me drive instead of being stuck in a dark place. Its been good to see and hear their names being spoken so often now, so it keeps their story going and gives them purpose, which in return helps me heal.SPREADING HOPE THE COLOR BLUE AND HOPEFacebook: facebook.com/ thecolorblueandhope Instagram: thecolorblueandhope 600 CAMPAIGN Dails organization has launched its Campaign, which aims to help 600 women by packing and distributing 600 boxes. Florida Hospital South alone serves 600 mothers on bed rest annually, and her goal is to serve each of those women through The Color Blue and Hope. To donate or volunteer for the cause, learn more about the boxes or help with the 600 Campaign, visit thecolor blueandhope.com. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 11 With my Moms type of Dementia, I couldnt provide the 24 hour supervision and stimulation that my Mom required for a quality of life. I researched residential centers for months serenadesbysonata.com ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY #12328 CALL TODAY FOR A TOUR! 720 Roper Road Winter Garden, FL 34787 407-614-8680 270545 Pat Sharr Realty 407-656-7947 MultiMillion Dollar Producer www.patsharr.com PAT SHARRBroker/Owner 407-948-1326patsharr@aol.com269957 BUYING A HOME? SELLING YOUR HOME? MICHAEL LOWERYSales Associate 407-558-0461michael.lowery12@gmail.com WE DONT CHARGE TRANSACTION FEES! CALL US TODAY! BRING YOUR GOLF CART!!!***LAKEFRONT*** DOCK***SCREENED POOL*** NO HOA*** Take a look at this home that features 3 Bdrms.2 Ba. Living room, dining area, eat-in kitchen, family room, brick wood burning fireplace,screened pool and scenic views of the lake!!! This home is just minutes away from DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN with the many restaurants, specialty shops and FARMERS MARKET on Saturdays!!! Step into this home and relive the good ole days of when this home was built in 1961. Living room features the corner brick fireplace, entertain in uncrowded comfort in the spacious dining area. The family room is a favorite spot for fun and informal entertaining and is very open view of the large lot, dock and lake. This home is situated on almost an acre on a quiet dead end street. Asking $425,000 FANTASTIC BUY WITH A POOL!!!IMMACULATE CONDITION!!! 4 BDRM.,2 BA. FORMAL LIVING AND DINING, KITCHEN COMPLETE WITH APPLIANCE THAT ARE 1 YR. OLD, QUARTZ COUNTERS, BREAKFAST AREA, FAMILY ROOM, SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN. PAVER COVERED SCREENED LANAI AND SCREENED SPARKLING POOL!!! MINUTES AWAY FROM SHOPPING, ALL MAJOR HIGHWAYS!!! THIS IS A DREAM COME TRUE AND NO REAR NEIGHBORS!!! ASKING ONLY $250,000!!! SOLD! JUST REDUCED!!!LETS GO TO CLERMONT!!! 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12 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 272014 Winter Garden, FL | April 2, 2018 e West Orange Chamber of Commerce (WOCC) today announced a matching grant program to raise $70,000 to create the Danniel J. Petro Conference Room, as part of its Growth Matters capital campaign. e Growth Matters campaign will transform the WOCC headquarters to create a state-of-the-art interior with expanded meeting areas, new member service stations, upgrades to the buildings exterior and accommodations for a growing sta to meet members needs. Construction on the project commenced on March 29. e Chambers growth would not have been possible without many amazing leaders like Danniel J. Petro. Dan exemplied the Chambers mission through his service as a teacher, Marine, business owner, entrepreneur, mentor and philanthropist. anks to the generosity of Bright Future Electric, the Petro Family Foundation, the children of Danniel J. Petro and Chamber Board members, dollar-for-dollar donations will be matched up to $35,000, helping the WOCC raise $70,000 toward completing its goal. is money must be secured by May 31 in order to fully execute the renovation that is needed to serve our dynamic business community, while facilitating economic growth and stability. To learn more and to download a Growth Matters pledge form, please visit wochamber.com/growth/danniel_j._petro_matching_grant or contact the West Orange Chamber of Commerce at 407-656-1304West Orange Chamber announces Danniel J. Petro matching grant campaign, begins construction Top left: Tyler Stover, Carrie Wilson, Krista Carter, Stina DUva, Viviane Bispo, Kelly Jones, Sue Steeves WOCC Top right: Joe Alarie Alarie Design Associates, Stina DUva WOCC, Dawn Willis Observer Media Group, Rob Maphis Collage Design & Construction Group Bottom right: Maria Hockman RLF Architects, Doug Mathews Collage Design & Construction Group 270615 1801 E. Colonial Dr., Suite 112 Register Online at SommerSports.comWindermere Run Among the Lakes 17th Annual UMCSaturday, April 14, 2018 267554 Downtown blossoms with annual Spring FeverThousands of plant enthusiasts attended the Bloom and Grow Garden Societys annual Spring Fever in the Garden festival, held April 7 and 8 in downtown Winter Garden. This years festival included a variety of vendors, shows, seminars, live entertainment and food for at tendees to enjoy. The festival also included a sidewalk art competition, a kids zone, Ask the Experts booth, rae, buttery exhibit and live music. GABBY BAQUERO Top row, from left: Amelia Sauls, Zoe Farr, Jessica Stroup and Mikayla Blosmo. Bottom row, from left: Marcus Lundine, Justin Petrak and William Ortiz. Seminole Springs Herb Farms tent, manned by Mike Christian and Tracie Anderson, was a popular vendor. The event also featured a Kids Zone section lled with familyfriendly activities. Stilt walker Lisa Scott expertly crafted balloon animals for children. ONLINESee more photos at OrangeObserver.com

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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. 270742 WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK AND FUNERAL HOMEServing the Orlando area since 1926.400 Woodlawn Cemetery Rd. Gotha, Florida 34734407-293-1361 269818 WILLIE LEE LIGHTNING LIGHTNER DIED WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 2018Willie Lee Lightning Lightner, 73, of Winter Garden, Florida departed this life on Wednesday, April 4, 2018. Willie was bornon May 16, 1944 to the late Willie Mae Lightner and Willie B. Patter son in Clayton, Alabama.He worked in the citrus industry for several years. Willie is survived by his wife, Dorothy Lightner; stepchildren, Darrol (Gretchen) Ward, Chantina Hayes and Danza Petty; 10 siblings; 15 grandchildren; a host ofotherrelatives and many friends. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, April 13, at St. Paul AME Church, 330 Center St., Winter Garden. A service of celebration will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 14, at the church. Interment at Winter Garden Cemetery. Postells Mortuary is providing service for the Lightner family. WEST ORANGE OBITUARIES JUDY RUSSELL DIED FEB. 13, 2018.Judy Russell was a beloved wife, mother, Gran, sister, motherin-law, sister-in-law, aunt, and friend. The love for Judy will never die, because love never dies. Judy Russell passed away February 13, 2018 in her home surrounded by many of those who loved and cared for her. Despite lifes obstacles, Judy radiated a grace and dignity that is rare to find.When asked by a minister if there was anyone she needed to make amends to before she died, the family noted that Judy had no one who had anything but love both from Judy and for Judy. The world, as well as Judys husband, her four children, and all of her family and friends lost a beautiful part of their lives. However, Judys gift of love will live on within each and every person whose life she touched. Judith Joyce Russell was born Nov. 6, 1942 in Stafford Kansas.She was the daughter of the late Marjorie and Anthone Polzin. Judy is survived by her lov ing husband of 54 years, Ron Russell of Ocoee, Florida. She is survived by four children, Cindy Fabry and her husband, Paul, of Winter Garden, Flor ida; Andria Cadman, of Kansas City, Missouri; Tom Russell, of Kansas City, Missouri; and Diana Harmon and her husband, Bob, of Alpharetta, Georgia. Judy, better known as Gran, is also survived by 12 beautiful and loving grandchildren and their spouses; as well as 16 great grandchildren. Judy is survived by many nieces and nephews who loved her dearly. In addition, Judy is survived by two sisters, Melinda Amio and Deanna Hamaker and two brothers, David Polzin and Steven Polzin. Judy was preceded in death by her brother, Michael Polzin. The family wishes to acknowledge their overwhelming gratitude to Judys wonder ful and dedicated caregivers, Sharita Wright and Lupe Cisneros.Both Sharita and Lupe have become a valuable part of our family, taking Ron under their wings, as well. The family also wants to thank Kim Hogan, their neighbor, who provided help and support throughout Judys battle with dementia. Arrangements entrusted to Collison Family Funeral Home, 3806 Howell Branch Road, Winter Park, FL, 32792; (407) 678-4500.

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BAILEYS BATTLE West Orange boys track wins Metro West SPORTSAPRIL 12, 2018 Ocoee baseball senior Caleb Andreaus is hitting over .400 this season and has 18 RBIs for the Knights. Page 16.1 CFCA senior Caleb Brenyo signed to play college football for Geneva College in Pittsburgh last week. Brenyo was a leader for the Eagles last season, start ing at quarterback and helping to guide a young program through its rst season under new coach Jeremy Campbell.2 Grace Spitulski drove in Karleigh Curtis in the bottom of the seventh inning April 5 to give Ocoee softball a walk-o 7-6 win over Buchholz. The win improved the Knights to 6-11.3 The West Orange baseball team swept Lake Brantley last week in a crucial district series, bringing the Warriors to 4-2 in their district (8-8 overall). West Orange won 8-0 April 4 and 4-1 April 6. After being swept by Apopka to open district play, West Orange rst swept Wekiva and now the Patriots. Doug Nikhazy and Ryan Jean earned complete game wins for the Warriors, allowing three and four hits, respectively, in their impressive outings.4 West Orange lacrosse senior Mikey Berkman was recognized on the American Family Insur ance ALL-USA Preseason Boys Lacrosse Teams as selected by Brendan Hall last week. USA Today High School Sports published the picks April 5. Berkman has received national attention recently for becoming Floridas rst varsity player to amass 200 goals and 200 assists in his career.5 The CFCA baseball team played a double-header against St. Andrews Episcopal Academy (Fort Pierce) April 6, dropping both contests. A photo gallery from the Eagles second game against the Lions is available at Observer Preps.com. HIGH5 The Metro West Conference Championship for boys and girls track and field took place April 7 at Deputy Scott Pine Community Park home of the Windermere High Wolverines. The meet, which included all 10 schools from the western half of Orange Countys Metro Conference, was dominated by local teams, with West Orange High winning the boys championship and upstart Windermere High winning the girls championship. West Orange additionally placed third in the girls championship and Olympia placed second in the boys championship. Individual highlights for local competitors at West Orange, Ocoee and Windermere included several first-place finishes. For West Orange, Taryn Dotson won the girls triple jump; Simon Sutherland won the boys discus throw; Elijah Jackson won the boys shot put; Jasmine Williams won the girls 100and 300-meter hurdles; and Shyanne Mayes won the girls 800-meter run. Isa-STEVEN RYZEWSKISENIOR SPORTS EDITORThe Warriors boys won rst place while the host Windermere Wolverines won the girls meet. SEE TRACK PAGE 16Steven RyzewskiWest Orange senior Elijah Jackson placed rst in the shot put to help elevate the Warriors to a Metro West Conference Championship.Photo courtesy of Veda Singh Bailey Fernandez spent the days after Christmas 2010 in a hospital bed, recovering from a brain surgery that removed a rare tumor. Today, the Winter Garden native is a standout varsity softball player.Photo by Steven RyzewskiBailey Fernandez is the top hitter for the South Lake High School varsity softball team.The headaches were debilitating and frequent. Bailey Fernandez was just 10 years old at the time; she grew up in Winter Garden and played youth softball out of the West Orange Girls Club. For a girl who loved softball and being out on the field with her teammates, the increasing frequency with which the headaches occurred and the overwhelming discomfort they caused was jarring. Her coaches didnt know what to do and often opted to sit her out to be on the safe side. (The headaches) were bad to where I couldnt really open my eyes or the smallest shade of light would hurt my head, Bailey said. As her condition worsened, her parents Malissa and Gilbert Fernandez decided to take Bai-SEE BAILEY PAGE 16 STEVEN RYZEWSKISENIOR SPORTS EDITOR

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16 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 bella Matos won the adaptive shot put, as well as the adaptive 800-meter run and the adaptive 200-meter run. For Windermere, Amaya Ugarte won the girls long jump and high jump; Danielle Ficka won the discus throw and shot put; and Onix Ortiz won the boys 1,600 meters and the boys 800-meter run. Ocoees Jeremiah Fails had the Knights top individual per formance, finishing third in the boys 100-meter dash. For the new track-and-field program at Windermere High, the meet represented an impor tant opportunity to not only compete but also to show its peers in the Metro Conferences western portion what the Wolverines program and facilities are all about. It showcases our school, our facility, our athletes and how we do things, Windermere coach Jason Greer said. I think its a great attribute to our program to have an amazing training facility. Have our Mobile Showroom come to you! Minneola Location 301 E. 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CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7.C Martin Ins and Fin Svcs Inc Craig A Martin, Agent 13330 W Colonial Drive Winter Garden, FL 34787 Bus: 407-656-1040 Se habla Espaol 270549 Trane Comfort Specialists. Quality Work & Customer Satisfaction is our #1 PriorityCall us and catch a great deal!407-470-7014 Get hooked on great Service!www.DuncansACOrlando.comSALES SERVICE INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE 1319 Green Forest Ct, Suite 412 Winter Garden, FL 34787 ley to South Lake Hospital in the fall of 2010. DIAGNOSISThe initial diagnoses was a sinus infection, but when Bailey the youngest of four sisters awoke on Christmas and could not even enjoy the electric guitar Santa had left under the tree, Bailey and her family returned to the hospital. This time, the doctors recommended she immediately be taken to Arnold Palmer Hospi tal for Children in downtown Orlando for an MRI. I was just wondering, What the heck is going on? said Bailey, now 17 with her 18th birthday looming April 17. What are (the doctors) talking to my mom about? A frantic night ensued, with long conversations between her parents and the doctors. When the final verdict came down, it was initially devastating: Bailey had a cancerous brain tumor that would require surgery. The rare tumor causing Baileys striking discomfort was known as pilocytic astrocytoma, a slow-growing tumor that occurs most commonly in children and young adults. On Dec. 27, 2010, Bailey Fer nandez endured a six-hour brain surgery that much to the relief of worried family and friends was successful.SHES A FIGHTERA little over seven years later, Bailey and her family still recall the ordeal in vivid detail. A junior at South Lake High and now residing in Lake County, Baileys softball career is back on track and thriving. She is a dynamic power hitter and leads the South Lake Eagles in RBIs (19), hits (23) and batting aver age (.442). She is also a standout for one of Texas Glory Fastpitch Softballs four Florida-based teams. Colleges are taking note of her power at the plate and her strong arm and pop time at catcher. It may sound like a long time ago, but it isnt necessarily so for the Fernandez family. Malissa Fernandez, in particular, still remembers the way her youngest daughter struggled during her recovery. Shes a fighter, Malissa Fer nandez said. Bailey had to be kept mostly inside for several months and had to wait for her hair to grow back from where the surgery took place a tough thing for a 10-year old girl who wanted to feel pretty. I felt like an alien with a bunch of stuff wrapped around my head, Bailey said. It felt weird. Baileys hair grew back, she recovered and eventually got back out on the field by the summer of 2011. A travel team called the Diamonds Fastpitch 10U took Bailey on that summer. Even as she recovered and struggled with being out in the Florida heat again, and even as her parents were worrying of injury, she began to feel like her old self.BALL OUTFor years after, Bailey would see a doctor every six months to track her progress and see that the cancer didnt return. In 2017, she was declared cancer-free. Despite all of this, and the tremendous strength and positivity she showed throughout, Bailey was reserved about her story many of her travel and varsity teammates are not aware. I dont really tell anybody, Bailey said. People are so judgmental these days. Now, as her junior season nears districts and she prepares for college visits, Bailey has shared her story. She and her family hope it inspires anyone going through a similar situation and make more folks aware that childhood cancer is real. She was so worried other kids would think she was a freak, Malissa Fernandez recalled. We tell her, Dont be ashamed God is great and has a plan for her. In addition to schoolwork and playing varsity softball, she trains every weekend with Garrett Nuss at V2Pro Fitness and Sergio Rodriguez. She is working to get faster to increase interest from colleges. And mostly, shes happy to be out on the softball diamond as often as possible knowing, better than most teens her age, how lucky she is to be out on the field doing so. If it wasnt for softball, Id stay at home and do nothing, Bailey said. Its something that I do I get to come out here and ball out. Ocoee had a breakout season in 2017. How motivated were you to build upon that success? I was very motivated. After we graduated seven seniors (from the 2017 team), everyone counted us out. We came out of the chute playing well weve just got to keep working hard. Of which win for the team are you most proud so far this spring? Beating West Orange (2-1, Feb. 27), because for us seniors, it was the first time that we actually got to do it. It was the best game weve played, defensively, all year. Offensively, it was an all-around good game for the team. What have you learned from being in head coach Bobby Brewers program? He just knows a lot about the sport. What you have to learn about him is when hes on you, it means he cares. Who is an alumni of the program who made a big impression on you? Colby Karr. (He) and I grew up playing together. We became really good friends, and he motivated me to stick to baseball. Can you explain what you love about baseball? I just love the way the sport is. Its mentally tough I like the challenge. In its own way, its a me sport and a team sport. You have to do your job in order SPORTS SPOTLIGHTOcoee High baseballs Caleb Andreaus has been a leader for the Knights at the plate and on the eld. Andreaus, a senior with interest from Texas Tech as a possible walk-on, is hitting .428 this spring with 20 runs scored and 18 RBIs. He also has just one error out on the eld for the Knights (13-7), spending time playing second base, third base and center eld.SPONSORED BY MARKS FLOORSCaleb Andreaus THE BASICSClass: Senior Age: 17 Hometown: Orlando Height: 5-foot-8 Weight: 175 pounds Hits/throws: Right Travel team: WABA Gold GPA: 3.9for your team to be successful. Is there a professional player whom you admire? Ben Zobrist, because hes always been an underdog and worked hard to make his way on the field. He won a World Series ring, and its every kids dream to go out there and do that. If you could play a ballgame at any ballpark past or present which would you pick? Were going old school and playing at the Polo Grounds (baseball and football stadium in New York City, demolished in 1964). Its a unique ballpark it was like 250-something (feet) down the line and 500 (feet) to dead-center. Whats the best baseball advice youve received? Youve got to learn to let stuff go. If you strike out in your first at-bat and you dwell on it, then youre not going to have a successful day. What do you think youd like to study in college? Im going to study sports mar keting and try to become a sports agent. I just want to be around sports all the time. Whats your favorite postgame meal? A lot of times we always go to Chipotle. I get a steak bur rito bowl with white rice, black beans, cheese, sour cream and lettuce. STEVEN RYZEWSKI Bailey TrackFROM PAGE 15 FROM PAGE 15 ONLINEFor galleries of local competitors at the Metro West Conference Championship April 7 at Deputy Scott Pine Community Park, visit ObserverPreps.com. Steven Ryzewski Jasmine Williams placed rst in the 100 meter hurdles and the 300 meter hurdles.

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20 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 268557 Saturday April 14, 2018Robarts Arena | Sarasota, FL9am:30pmDoors open at 8am, program starts at 9am FREE EVENT Registration required. Online registration is strongly encouraged at www.neurochallenge.org. Call 941-926-6413 for more information. THE PARKINSONS EXPO will feature presentations from medical experts on treatment options, the latest in research, managing the non-motor aspects of the disease, and more.This event is presented to the community at no charge thanks to the following partners: A complete listing of speakers and topics is available on the Neuro Challenge website. www.neurochallenge.org | 941-926-6413 The Slater-Kassan Charitable Fund of the Manatee Community Foundation SYNOVUS The Pines of Sarasota-Rehabilitation Senior Care Community Manatee Educational TelevisionRobarts Arena 3000 Ringling Blvd Sarasota, Florida 34237 PRESENTING SPONSOR PLATINUM SPONSORS GOLD SPONSORS 270919 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 WEDNESDAYS 6pm Awana Pastor Tim Grosshans www.fbcwg.org 2nd Campus: FOUNDATION WORSHIP SUNDAYS 9:45 am All Ages Foundation Academy High School 15304 Tilden Rd., Winter Garden www.FoundationWorship.com 407-730-1867 STARKE LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH PO Box 520, 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 OrangeObserver.com.To advertise in the Church Directory call 407-656-2121 or email AdvertiseNow@OrangeObserver.com XNSP15768 Ask the Lord for rain in the springtime; it is the Lord who sends the thunderstorms. He gives showers of rain to all people, and plants of the field to everyone. Zechariah 10:1 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 407-952-0510271096 MIKE YOAKUMPASTORP: 407.656.1520 C: 407.758.3570 MYOAKUM407@AOL.COM1333 EAST CROWN POINT RD. OCOEE, FL 34761 LV14252 Matthews Hope Chest Creations Custom Furniture Repaired, Refinished and Repurposed Wood Furniture Pallet Art & FurnitureFollow us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/MatthewsHopeChest/Visit our New Workshop Location at 930 Carter Rd. Suite #311, Winter Garden 1/4 Mile North of W. Colonial Dr. 407.905.9500 8am-5pm Mon Sat XNSP15668