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The West Orange times

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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 OBSERVER WINS FNAME AWARDSThe West Orange Times & Observer and Windermere Observer won nine awards in the 2017 FNAME Creative Excellence Award Contest for excellence in advertising. The papers won three Gold awards: Key Lime Marina: Tony Trotti and Michelle Gentry Main Street Mowers: Tony Trotti and Cyndi Gustafson Aldos Fine Jewelry: Tony Trotti and Darlene McMahon In addition, the papers won three Silver and three Bronze awards: Wine & Dine Program, silver: Tony Trotti Tom West Blueberries, silver: Tony Trotti and Cyndi Gustafson Garage Mama Fitness Kickstart, silver: Tony Trotti and Cyndi Gustafson Willies BBQ, bronze: Tony Trotti and Michelle Gentry Discover, bronze: Tony Trotti, Cyndi Gustafson, Dar lene McMahon and Michelle Gentry Multimedia Campaign, bronze: Tony Trotti YOUR TOWN This Canopy Oaks home, which won Parade of Homes honors, sold Aug. 10 for $909,000. SEE PAGE 16.FREE AUGUST 23, 2018West Oranges Mei Ashton returned recently from a performance in London. 11. STRONG START ERIC GUTIERREZSTAFF WRITERPaws & Play Pet Resort owner Mike Cavinder treats his employees like family. So, when one of his employees was forced to leave her job because of a severe autoimmune disease, he created a GoFundMe page to help that employee Paws & Play owner organizes fundraiserMike Cavinder is asking the community to contribute to a former employee who needs a liver transplant.SEE HELPING PAGE 4The West Orange Warriors cruised to victory against rival Windermere in the Wolverines rst game at their new stadium. SEE PHOTOS ON PAGE 8. Practically perfect! r fntb bb rffn tb ff t b b IN THIS ISSUE: REAL ESTATEAMY QUESINBERRYCOMMUNITY EDITORThe Oakland Town Commission on Aug. 14 approved two agreements that will have a big impact on the Oakland Park developments commencement of construction in the town limits of Oakland. Oakland Park lies within the jurisdictions of Oakland and Winter Garden, and the homes currently built in the neighbor hood are all within the Winter Garden limits. The first agreement is an amended interlocal with the city Oakland signs agreements with Winter Garden, Oakland ParkThe interlocal agreement includes provisions for sewer and water service. The developers agreement outlines construction of Motomassek Road and Starr Street. VOLUME 85, NO. 33SEE OAKLAND PAGE 4 West Oranges David Jones shrugged o a tackle as he worked through the Windermere defense Aug. 17.Troy Herring

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2 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 Check in Online Select Treatment Time Wait at HomeChoose your ER time. Online. *For minor emergencies that are not lifeor limb-threatening.And wait from the comfort of your own home.* With eight conveniently located ERs in Central Florida, youre never far from highly specialized emergency care close to home. Choose expert care thats close when it counts. Choose Orlando Health. 5932-128909 HCH ER 2.0 Woman Observer Media.indd 1 8/3/2018 10:33:35 AM 280849 280882 ONE ERADICATOR LAST 90 DAYS! 12403 WEST COLONIAL DR WINTER GARDEN, FL 34787 4078772553 ERADICATORS $1995ONLY... Available at: THURSDAY, AUG. 23BUNCO FUNDRAISER 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 23, at the Womans Club of Ocoee, 4 N. Lakewood Drive, Ocoee. Join members for food, fun and prizes, plus a 50/50 rae and more. Proceeds benet the clubs projects. Cost is $10. To reserve a seat, call Mary at (407) 656-4813. CORK & CANVAS AT THE PRESERVE 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 23, at the Oakland Nature Preserve, 747 Machete Trail. Enjoy a special evening at the preserve with wine and snacks while creating beautiful art. Instructors will guide attendees to create their own masterpiece while learning about the preserves plants and animals. Supplies will be provided. Must be 21 or older to attend. Space is limited. Register at oaklandnaturepreserve.org/cork-canvas/. Cost is $30 for ONP members, $35 for others. (407) 905-0084. HELLO, NEIGHBOR! 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 23, at the West Oaks Library, 1721 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee. Welcome to the neighborhood of make-believe. Learn practical skills with stories and interactive activities. Inspired by PBS Kids Daniel Tigers Neighborhood series. Recommended for toddlers and preschoolers. (407) 835-7323. FRIDAY, AUG. 24JAZZ IN THE TOWN CENTER 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, in the Oakland Meeting Hall, 221 N. Arrington St., Oakland. Enjoy a relaxing evening featuring live smooth jazz with eats and drinks from Melts on Main Street. Presented by HapCo Music Foundation. (407) 656-1117. PUPS, PINTS & PEEPS 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24, at Crooked Can Barrel Room, 426 W. Plant St., Winter Garden. Grab your pup, call your peeps and get ready for a puppy hour like no other. Who wouldnt enjoy a Happy Hour amongst their four-legged friends? (407) 456-7144.SATURDAY, AUG. 25#FELTSTRONG SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT FUNDRAISER First game is at 8 a.m. Satur day, Aug. 25, at Braddock Park, 13460 Lake Butler Blvd., Winter Garden. Proceeds from the double-elimination competition will be given to the parents of Tyler Felt, who died from injuries sustained in a vehicle crash. Register by emailing margiearivera@gmail.com. Cost is $225 per team. For questions, call or text Jim Klick at (407) 462-3921, Allan Campos at (352) 9785467 or Margie Rivera at (407) 202-2362. ART LOVERS BOOK CLUB Noon Saturday, Aug. 25, at the SoBo Gallery, 127 S. Boyd St., Winter Garden. The discussion is hosted by the Winter Garden Art Association and is based on Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (In That Order), by Bridget Quinn. Central Florida art historian, lecturer, artist and writer Adrienne H. Lee is the presenter. Tickets are $10 for WGAA members, $15 for others. For information, call (407) 347-7996 or email info@ wgart.org. To register, visit wgart. org/events/summer-book-clubbroad-strokes. CUISINE CORNER JUNIOR: POPT CANVAS 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant St. Celebrate all that is special about the Pop-Tart. Add your own twist as you use your imagination to make a blank canvas pop. Recommended for upper elementary, tweens and teens. (407) 835-7323.WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29LOCATING IMMIGRATION RECORDS ONLINE 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29, at the West Oaks Library, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee. Immigration records are a rich source of information for the family historian. Learn more about your familys history by using passenger lists, passports, alien registration cards and naturalization records. A brief overview of the laws that caused the creation of these records will also be presented. (407) 835-7323.THURSDAY, AUG. 30CHAMBER AFTER HOURS CORPORATE TAILGATING 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Observer Media Group, 661 Garden Commerce Parkway, Suite 180, Winter Garden. Join the West Orange Times & Observer and Windermere Observer for this West Orange Chamber of Commerce After Hours event, which will include networking, tailgating, food, drinks, games and music. Awards will be given to the at tendees with the most corporate spirit. (407) 656-1304 or (407) 656-2121. RESEARCHING FAMILY HISTORY ONLINE 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, at the West Oaks Library, 1821 E. Silver Star Road, Ocoee. Learn how to best utilize the internet for family history research. Discover what is and isnt online. Become familiar with the leading genealogy websites as well as some lesser-known gems. Discover how to search and locate websites that relate to your family history research. (407) 835-7323.FRIDAY, AUG. 31OPEN LAB: ASK A TECH 10:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31, at the Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant St. Are you stuck on a software-related project or simply need constructive ideas to get you started? A technology trainer will be available in this open lab. Seating is limited. Registration recommended at (407) 835-7323. YOUR CALENDAR

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 3 278851 At Growing Together Pediatrics we offer comprehensive medical care for infants, children and adolescents. We provide physicals, immunizations, ADHD/behavior consultations and treatment, acne and eczema care and so much more.Phone: 407-770-1414 1583 E. Silver Star Rd. Ocoee, FL 34761 www.GrowingTogetherPeds.comOpen: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm Same day CHANDENISE BUDHOO AGE: 34 OCCUPATION: Teacher EDUCATION: Bachelors degree, University of Florida; masters degree, Liberty University RESIDENCE: ApopkaWhy do you want to represent District 7? As a veteran teacher, the reason I decided to run is because I am passionate about education and impacting the lives of all students so that they can excel academically and become productive members of society. I have been a public servant and educator for (more than) a decade, working hard to help our children in reading, writing, math, science and social studies. I have worked in some of the most challenging Title I schools helping the students who need it the most, starting at Carver Middle School in 2006. I understand the frustrations of educators, and I will be a voice of reason and change fighting on their behalf. If elected, what would your priorities be? I intend to focus on school safety, student achievement,retaining highly qualified teachers and community involvement. I am a firm believer and endorser of the arts, technical programs and athletic programs. These programs give students a sense of hope and motivate them to use their talents and skills to share with the world.... I would like to see OCPS take a more proactive approach securing theinfrastructureand perimeter of the schools. In addition, hiring more resource officers and working closely with our local law-enforcement officers. What measures should the district take to retain high-quality teachers? We should give teachers raises and bigger retention bonuses. If OCPS cannot provide raises, they should be able to provide toll and gas stipends to teachers who live far from their work location, in addition to free school lunch. The administration at every school should make it a priority to ensure the morale of their teachers (is) high and their teachers feel appreciated. What is your opinion on standardized testing? Should students test scores impact teacher evaluations? This is an unfortunate problem where students test scores affect the teachers evaluations, job security and potential raises. Each student is not equally endowed with the ability to perform at grade level. Therefore, most teachers would like to see growth from certain students and proficiency from others. ... Its very upsetting to know you can work the entire year teaching your heart out and if Johnny fails that test, your job, raise and evaluation are in jeopardy. MEET THE CANDIDATES ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 7The Orange County School Board District 7 seat, which represents schools in representing northwest Orange County, is up for election. The election for District 7 is a special election. School Board Member Christine Moore is resigning to run for the Orange County Commission seat for District 2. The four candidates, Chan-Denise Raquel Budhoo and Melissa Byrd, both of Apopka; Je Richardson, of Ocoee; and Eric Schwalbach, of Winter Garden, will face o in the upcoming Aug. 28 election. If none of the candidates receives more than 50% of the vote Aug. 28, the top two face o in a runo election on Nov. 6. Because it is a special election, the winner will serve a two-year term. Richardson did not respond to repeated requests seeking participation in this Q&A. For complete, unedited responses, visit OrangeObserver.com. GABBY BAQUEROMELISSA BYRDAGE: 43 OCCUPATION: Substitute teacher for Orange County Public Schools EDUCATION: Bachelors degree in elementary education RESIDENCE: ApopkaWhy do you want to represent District 7? As a parent, I navigated District 7 schools with my children for more than a decade and share the frustrations expressed to me by parents repeatedly. As an educator, I was heartbroken when teachers told me I should not go back into the classroom because of the environment. I made the decision to work to improve our schools using my unique per spective and skills. Frankly, our schools in District 7 need to be better. Fewer than 10% of our district schools are A-rated, but 30% of schools districtwide are. If elected, what would your priorities be? First, improve the classroom environment, pushing for the proper enforcement to change disruptive and dangerous behaviors, giv ing our kids a productive and safe learning environment. Second, increase communication and transparency with regular community meetings, a designated and anony mous phone line for teachers, a community advisory council and regular home visits with families. Third, bring more educational opportunities to District 7, such as innovative magnets and vocational schools. Finally, advocate for our teachers. We lose teachers at an alarming rate, and morale is low. We must work together on solutions to fix the problems that are plaguing our teachers. What measures should the district take to retain high-quality teachers? The first step is to improve the working environment for our teachers. One of the biggest issues for teachers is the evaluation system currently being used. It is belittling ... and difficult to navigate. ... Finally, they want to have someone listen to their concerns and acting. Until we start treating our teachers with the respect they deserve, we will continue to see good teachers quit or retire early. What is your opinion on standardized testing? Should students test scores impact teacher evaluations? Ive dried the tears of my children dur ing testing season as so many parents have. Its horrible the stress we put on these children, particularly in elementary school. Although some tests are state mandated, some are put forth by OCPS and need to end immediately. Student test scores should never impact the evaluations or pay of our teachers. Too many factors can affect how a student tests on one day to allow that score to affect something as important as a teachers wage.ERIC SCHWALBACHAGE: 47 OCCUPATION: Teacher (supplemented income as a Realtor, mortgage broker, nancial planner and real-estate investor EDUCATION: Bachelors degree in education CITY OF RESIDENCE: Winter GardenWhy do you want to represent District 7? To keep politicians away from our children.I started teaching in 1996 with yearround schools and chalkboards. I have taught at elementary and middle schools in both Ocoee and Winter Garden while coaching sports at West Orange and Ocoee high schools. I have worked with all socioeconomic income levels and taught our highestand lowest-performing students. ... Politicians have forgotten what education is all about.Teaching to a test and manipulating data is causing our children to suffer. ... Lets build healthy, productive income-producing citizens who are lifelong learners not students who only know how to take standardized tests. If elected, what would your priorities be? School safety is No. 1. Making sure we have a licensed, armed professional protecting our most valuable resources is mandatory. See something, say something, do something will be mandatory in my district. Identify and help our at-risk youth is second (using high-school mentors and tutors who need Bright Futures community-service hours to help struggling students is an obvious solution). Give teachers back their time and stop the unnecessary paperwork and mandates that are not helping our children learn.Efficient use of time and resources will be the key. What measures should the district take to retain high-quality teachers? Give them back their planning time. Cut back on work that is not directly helping struggling students.Pay them a living wage. What is your opinion on standardized testing? Should students test scores impact teacher evaluations? It cannot be used to evaluate or pay teachers. This was a failed experiment based on a false narrative.Most teachers have been getting evaluated and paid based on test scores for children and subjects they do not even teach.So they create more tests for kids to take and waste 20% of the year testing instead of learning.... We have to listen to teachers and tell the state what they are saying to stop the teacher-shortage crisis.We are losing teachers faster than we are replacing them, and kids are not going into college for education.

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4 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 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 Executive Cyndi Gustafson, advertising@OrangeObserver.com Business Development Kim Kowske, kkowske@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 Or ange County) by the Observer Media Group, 661 Garden Commerce Park way, 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, 661 Garden Commerce Parkway, Suite 180, 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 Livingof Winter Garden. The original agreement was approved in 2006. The amendment includes pro visions for sewer and reuse water services to come to the Oakland portion of Oakland Park. The city is providing the services, and the town will handle the billing. The developer, Crescent Communities, will design, permit and construct the master sanitary sewer system to support the development of the Oakland property to the standards and requirements of the city and its Code of Ordinances. It also outlines details concern ing the development of Motomassek Road. Winter Garden will contribute $250,000 toward the construction of the road, which is the southerly extension of Winters Landing Drive from West Oakland Avenue to West Colonial Drive. Winter Garden officials saw a need for another northsouth corridor to be developed from Oakland Avenue to Colonial so they have agreed to contribute toward its construction. The amendment to the development agreement between the town of Oakland and Crescent Communities, includes the Motomassek agreement plus stipulations on upgrades for Starr Street. Per the agreement, Crescent will design, permit and construct a rural pavement section on Starr, from Vandermeer Avenue to Oakland Avenue. This work will be limited to regrading the existing surface and swales and overlaying with one inch of asphalt. These improvements must be completed by Dec. 31, 2023, or by the 175th certificate of occupancy issued in Oakland Park, whichev er comes first.ANNEXATIONA first reading and public hear ing was held for the proposed annexation of 11.6 acres of property, located at 17920 and 17812 W. Colonial Drive, on the LakeOrange county border and owned by Gary M. and Dana D. English. The parcel is being annexed from unincorporated Orange County into the town of Oakland, and the applicant, LIV Development LLC, plans to build a housing development. Mayor Kathy Stark said the request comes in under the cur rent gateway-corridor development moratorium declared in February and recently extended until December and is subject to the new overlay rules. Residents who live near the property questioned the zoning and also asked about guidelines for access to Johns Lake from the southernmost piece of land, which fronts the lake. Stark emphasized that this is merely an annexation and not a rezoning. In Orange County, the property was zoned rural. IN OTHER NEWS The commission voted on the ocial name for the towns future art center: The Arts and Heritage Center at the Town of Oakland. Mayor Kathy Stark said the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation is starting a capital campaign and will include Oaklands new center in the fundraising. The WGHF also has agreed to store the historic items and help the town with its exhibits. The groundbreaking is expected to take place in a few weeks. The commission approved the rst reading of an ordinance that presents a new Code of Ordinances for the town. Ocials have been working with MuniCode for several years to update and amend the codes. Residents can view the nal product online at municode.org. The town extended the two-year contract for building permitting and inspection services with PDCS Inc.cover medical bills. We just thought of what we could do to help her, Cavinder said. We all try to help each other out any way we can. That employee is Emily Low ing. She recently left her job after working at Paws & Play for about two years. She moved Aug. 13 back to Michigan to stay with her family during her ongoing treatment and recov ery, Cavinder said. Lowing has autoimmune hepatitis, a liver inflammation that occurs when the bodys immune system attacks the organ. Unfortunately, the liver damage for me has gotten worse and has turned to cirrhosis, Lowing said. There are times, especially if I have a cold or something, where it flares up and causes severe abdominal pain and my liver does not function properly. Instead of filter ing out toxins, they go into my blood and mess with my enzyme levels, which causes my body to basically shut down. The ongoing treatment means Lowing will be in and out of hospitals sometimes for two weeks at a time making it dif ficult for her to work and live a normal life. The only way she could get better is with a full liver transplant, Lowing said. Lowing is on a waiting list with more than 350 other people who are in need of a liver transplant, according to the GoFundMe page set up on her behalf. In the time that Lowing worked at Paws & Play, she grew a strong bond with her co-workers and even considers some of them her best friends. I was speechless, Low ing said of learning about the GoFundMe page. Ive had a few friends mention the idea, but I always said I was fine and would make things work and do it on my own. When he (Cavinder) reached out to me, I was shocked. I have never had a boss that cared so much about their employees. He said I am family to him and he wants to do anything he can to help me get better. In addition to creating the GoFundMe, Paws & Play also donated $1,000 to the page. Hopefully, the community will help us support her, Cavin der said.DANIELLE HENDRIXBLACK TIE EDITORThe Windermere Wolverines first home game against the West Orange Warriors was certainly one to remember. The rain cleared just in time for fans to pack the stands at and the roads around Deputy Scott Pine Community Park Friday, Aug. 17. The Wolverines scored their first touchdown of the season, putting them on the scoreboard, and fans went wild. Additionally, Windermere fans got to show off their new, eight-acre football stadium. Everyone was excited, but with anything new comes a learning curve. The 200 on-site parking spaces and overflow lot filled up more than an hour before kickoff, and many fans either sat in their cars or on a shuttle bus to the stadium in heavy traffic. Some people are going to be frustrated with riding on the bus and the traffic situation, but the truth is Ive sat in longer lines trying to get into the Amway Center in downtown Orlando, said District 1 Commissioner Betsy VanderLey. Any time you get an event that draws a lot of people, youre going to have traf fic that goes with it. Obviously, theres going to be some kinks that have to be worked out, and well work with our partners at Orange County Public Schools to make sure that it runs smoothly. But given kind of a first blush and what Ive seen so far, its kind of exceeding expectations. I thought it would be a lot tougher. Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said about six deputies and three OCPS police officers were on duty to manage traffic and pedestrian flow. Whenever you try to get as many people in at one time as youre doing here, youre going to have traffic congestion, Demings said. For years, I managed the special operations for the law-enforcement response at the Citrus Bowl, and thats a major event with hundreds of lawenforcement officers working, and you still have traffic. This is what happens when you have a major gathering like this. Another challenge faced by school and county leaders and fans was the amount of seating in the stadium. Many fans had to stand along the sides of the stadium because the seating areas were filled. Band members, cheerleaders and dancers all stood on the track throughout the game. And a lack of space made it impractical for the West Orange marching band to attend the game. The challenge is going to be seating in the stadium, and we knew that, VanderLey said. We deferred to OCPS in terms of what their typical package is for a stadium and stadium seating for a new high school. We dont do stadiums, so we had to count on them to tell us what they need. Other issues included procedures in the case of a lightning delay or thunderstorm and lack of shelter. The typical procedure for a lightning delay is to stop the game and evacuate a stadium if there is a lightning strike within a five-mile radius. In Windermeres case, the radius was increased to 20 miles to have more time to evacuate attendees. No one is ignoring this, and no one is nave enough to think that this doesnt come with some problems, but to the extent that we can plan, we are; to the extent that we have funding to address things, we are, VanderLey said. Were going to learn.First Windermere High School game presents stadium challengesSchool and county ocials are working to smooth the process of facilitating football games at Windermere Highs o-campus stadium.Courtesy photoEmily Lowing enjoyed some play time with Starla on the dogs birthday. TO DONATEIf you wish to contribute, visit gofundme.com/pawsamp-play-family-support. 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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 5 282282 ERIC GUTIERREZSTAFF WRITERIf you asked Tyler Felts family and friends what he was known for, there wouldnt be just a single answer. His loved ones recall his open friendliness, contagious smile, endless generosity, happygo-lucky attitude, hard-working nature and his penchant for linedancing backward at Cowboys. His humor, wit and charm captivated those who had the pleasure of knowing him. He had a goofy demeanor that attracted many, many friends all of whom have suffered a great loss with his recent passing. Tyler died Aug. 8 as a result of injuries sustained from a vehicle accident. He was 26 years old. On the day of his funeral, Aug. 14, more than 400 people gathered to mourn his death. To his sisters, the support was overwhelmingly heartwarming. We actually had about 250 memorial cards printed for that morning, and we ran out before (some) people got a chance to come in, Tylers younger sister, Becca Dotson, said. We had to get another 200 printed for the night so we would have some that night. He had a lot of different types of friends from different areas of his life, and not all of them knew each other, Tylers older sister, Sarah Felt, said. These people that came and that were supporting him and that were showing up and mourning him werent like acquaintances he genuinely had relationships with all of these people. They loved him. The love Tylers friends have for him has brought many of them together to support his family. His friends created a hashtag in his honor #FeltStrong which has been made into shirts, wristbands, decal stickers and cups and has been used as the namesake for various fundraising events in his honor. One of those events will be the #FeltStrong Fundraiser Mens & Coed Softball Tournament at 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at Braddock Park, 13460 Lake Butler Blvd. All proceeds from the fundraisers benefit Felts family. The team-registration deadline has passed. However, shirts and wristbands will be sold at the tournament. Felt was a passionate and talented athlete. He played softball and kickball regularly and played baseball and football growing up. He started playing football in Pop Warner as a child and played at Ocoee High School. He also loved to fish, hunt and drive his lifted truck down dirt roads. He played sports four nights a week, at least, Dotson said, adding that he also played sports all day on Saturdays. He played for the Winter Garden league. ...He played in a Clermont league and then he played on a tournament team on Saturdays. And then (he played) kickball with the Winter Garden league. He had so many championships, Sarah Felt said. He won all the time. Margie Rivera and Jodi Smith both have known Tyler for a decade. Rivera played kickball with Tyler, and Smith played kickball and softball with him. He is definitely the goofiest person weve met, Rivera said. He could turn anyone into a best friend. Everyone felt like they were Tylers best friend. To know Tyler was to love him, Smith said. He was a very respectable, loving kid. I mean, I looked at him like my own son. Smith said Tyler was always willing to help people and often helped her husband with work. She added she was also his cookie baker. I bake cookies all the time, and I always saved him his own special bag, Smith said. I dont know who Im going to make cookies for. Alan Campos and Jim Klick both played softball in a Clermont league with Tyler and knew him for about a year. Although they didnt know Tyler long, his absence is felt. Theres already a void in me, and I only knew him for a short time, Campos said. And I think theres going to be a void on our team even though we all just kind of met him last (year). He was a presence when he showed up, Klick said. Its the character that went with him you can replace a ballplayer that can field any position, but you cant replace a good character. You cant replace a personality. Smith added, You cant replace Tyler Felt. Friends and family remember Tyler FeltThe 26-year-old played football while at Ocoee High and more recently played softball and kickball in West Orange. IF YOU GO#FELTSTRONG FUNDRAISER MENS & COED SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT WHEN: 8 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25 WHERE: Braddock Park, 13460 Lake Butler Blvd., Winter Garden. COST: Free to attend

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6 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 1$2,500 minimum deposit is required for opening the Money Market Account. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of 1.50% is guaranteed for 6 months from account opening date. The Money Market account must be opened with new money or monies not currently held at Fidelity Bank. After 6 months, the Money Market Annual Percentage Yields apply. They are today: the APY is 0.15% for balances up to $24,999.99. For balances from $25,000 to $49,999.99, the APY is 0.20%. For balances from $50,000 to $99,999.99, the APY is 0.25%. For balances of $100,000 to $249,999.99 the APY is 0.25%. For balances $250,000 and above, the APY is 0.30%. APYs are accurate as of 7/25/2018. Rates are subject to change at anytime. A monthly maintenance fee of $10 applies if the balance falls below the minimum daily balance requirement of $2,500 for a Business Money Market account. A monthly maintenance fee of $6 applies if the balance falls below the minimum daily balance requirement of $1,000 for a Personal Money Market account. Six withdrawals per statement period are permitted. There is an excessive withdrawal fee of $10 for each additional withdrawal of any type. Fees could 2Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of 1.60% for 12 months, 1.80% for 18 months, and 2.00% for 24 months is accurate as of 7/25/2018 and is subject to change at any time. Minimum balance to open and obtain this APY is be imposed for early withdrawal. No public funds or managed funds are eligible. 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The citizens of Gotha want the old building for a community center, which would be operated on a nonprot basis. Ladies clubs are giving a boost to the Winter Garden Chamber of Commerce fundraising drive for the repair and redecorating of the old ACL depot for its new oces.40 years agoWinter Garden Elementary School will close its doors soon after the rst of the year, and its students will be absorbed into the newly renovated facility at Dillard Street Elementary. Jeerson P. Jake Voss, of Oakland, has been appointed principal of both schools.35 years agoThe Christian Service Center is about to move its West Orange branch from the old ACL Railroad Depot on Plant Street in Winter Garden to East Bay and First streets at the east end of Winter Garden Automotive. THESE OLD TIMES WEST ORANGE HISTORYFROM THE WINTER GARDEN HERITAGE FOUNDATIONTHROWBACK THURSDAY JULY 28, 1988 The West Orange Times and the West Orange Chamber of Commerce hosted a West Orange Night in the Baseball City Stadium at Boardwalk and Baseball, the theme park and baseball elds at the intersection of Interstate 4 and U.S. 27. B&B, which took over after Circus World left the premises, was the spring-training home of the Kansas City Royals. More than 1,000 West Orange County residents attended the event, and Tim Shidel, of Ocoee, and 3-yearold Jason Grimes, of Winter Garden, threw out the rst pitches. The mission of the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation is to preserve the heritage and architecture of Winter Garden while creating new cultural experiences. The Foundation also preserves the material culture of West Orange County, using it to educate the areas youth on the communitys rich history.FROM THE ARCHIVESThe Lakeview High School Mens Quartet, 1950-51: Larry Grimes, left, Leroy Huckabee, John Arnold and John Buddy Sewell. The Winter Garden Heritage Foundation notes the recent passing of Larry Grimes, longtime foundation supporter. Larry shared hundreds of photographs made by his grandfather, Winter Garden pioneer James Lafayette Dillard. These century-old images of Winter Garden have provided impor tant information about the citys earliest days and form a vital part of the WGHF archives. Call (407) 656-3244 for further information about researching the collection.

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 7 282858 PROVEN LEADERSHIPFOR THE ORANGE COUNTY WE DESERVE rfr fnrfrtfnbr r fbrrrfr Three Ways to Vote for JERRY DEMINGS for Orange County Mayor:bnfrnbfnffrffr rfrfrrff 12 3Vote by Mail fnn rffnnr Early Voting r r At the Polls f (321) 307-6769 jerrydemingsformayor@gmail.com www.jerrydemingsformayor.net /JerryDemingsForMayor @JerryDemings

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 9 Please note that this gift must be utilized by 12/31/19 and advanced reservations are a must. Rooms based on availability. Please have alternative dates in case your preferred dates are not available. Maximum occupancy in the suite is 4 persons two of whom must be adults 25 years of age or older. Credit card will be required for incidental purchases. The FairField Inn & Suites Orlando Ocoee is a pet and smoke free hotel-service animals only-Please contact Bob Marx, General Manager 407.573.1010 for reservations 282447 ADVERTISE OR SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Call us at 407-656-2121Email us at AdvertiseNow@OrangeObserver.comor Subscribe@OrangeObserver.com School and sports physicals New patients welcome Same day sick visits Immunizations ADHD evaluations Saturday appointmentswww.prempeds.comwww. 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Our focus has always been on the quality of your dental treatment to insure the best possible outcome for the long term. 407-877-6666Network provider for Delta Dental, MetLife, CIGNA, Aetna, BC/ BS, Florida Combined Life, Humana, United Healthcare, & Dentemax PPOs. Financing offered through Care Credit. Most major Insurances Accepted.280861 ERIC GUTIERREZSTAFF WRITERWhen it comes to having a good time, Defy Orlando takes fun to new heights quite literally. The extreme air-sports trampoline park opened its doors on Friday, Aug. 10, at 8010 W. Colonial Drive. Defy features a wide variety of obstacle courses, slacklines, tons of trampolines, a wipeout machine and many more aerial attractions. Flight tickets to Defy are sold based on time and can be pur chased online or on-site. Flyers must sign a waiver before they could enjoy the park. Flyers under 18 must have the waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian, and those under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. We try to have obstacles for all age ranges, General Manager Brenden Bogenschutz said. We opened here in this location, because we felt like we wanted to offer something that was wholesome recreation for kids. Bogenschutz added Defy Orlando is fun for the whole family and is open to would-be flyers of all ages. Defy even hosts events that geared toward older individuals. Every Friday and Saturday night, the lights turn off, and it turns into a club, Bogenschutz said. Anybody can come in and find something theyre going to like. In addition to club nights on the weekends, Defy also will host various other activities. Well do different events, Bogenschutz said. We do some great summer camps. Well do home-school activities. Well actually start to do special-needs days and a bunch of different things that (are) kind of customized to the local community. Were teaming up with local schools to do fundraisers. Defy also can be rented out for private events and parties. The air-sports park features four party rooms and a large mezzanine that can be converted into a party area, Bogenschutz said. We do group rates, we do private parties (and) we do lockins or overnight slumber parties where they have the whole park to themselves, he said. Birthday parties will be a huge thing for us, as well. Despite having only been open for less than a month, Bogenschutz said Defy has been well-received in the community and already has repeat customers. Its exciting to see somebody walk in and just be like, Wow, Bogenschutz said. Thats what one of the most rewarding things is: when somebody comes in for the first time, and you feel like youve already exceeded what they thought it would be like.Defy Orlando is an extreme air sports trampoline park that opened Aug. 10.Eric GutierrezGeneral Manager Brenden Bogenschutz said Defy Orlando is ready to provide fun. IF YOU GODEFY ORLANDO 8010 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando HOURS: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays; 9 a.m. to midnight Fridays and Saturdays; 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays PHONE: (407) 307-3700 WEBSITE: defyorlando.com EMAIL: jump@defyorlando. com New business defies gravity, takes fun to new heights

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10 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 281441 Paid Political Advertisement paid for by the CFHLA Political Committee, 6675 Westwood Blvd., Suite 210 Orlando, FL 32821 independently of any candidate. is advertisement was not approved by any candidate. For more information on the CFHLA-PC, phone 407-313-5035. 281019 TRAVELIN TIMES As you pack your suitcases for all your worldly travels, be sure to put in a copy of the West Orange Times & Observer or Windermere Observer. All entries will be entered into our ongoing Travelin Times contest. Entering is easy! Once you nd an interesting background, feature your weekly newspaper in a high-quality photo and email it to Community Editor Amy Quesinberry at AmyQ@orangeobserver.com. You can also mail or drop o the photo: Observer Media Group, 661 Garden Commerce Parkway, Suite 180, Winter Garden 34787. Emailed photos should be at least 200 dpi. Include the names of everyone in the photo, where it was taken and a phone number where the editor can reach you. AMY QUESINBERRY Bill and Kelly Chambers of Ocoee took a monthlong trip West and visited San Xavier Mission in Tucson, Arizona.

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ARTS + CULTURETHURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 ORANGEOBSERVER.COM DANIELLE HENDRIXBLACK TIE EDITORAt age 11, Victoria Mei Ashton has been to 22 countries, performed in 12 shows and attended musical-theater camp in London three times and shes just getting started. The Foundation Academy student, who goes by Mei, lives in MetroWest and has been involved in productions with Winter Gar dens Acting Up Theater Academy since she was 7. Her mother, Jeannie Lee, first thought of introducing her to musical theater when she realized her daughters passion for singing wasnt just a phase. Some of her favorite songs to sing, from a young age, included Journeys Dont Stop Believin and Beyoncs Single Ladies. Shes always loved singing, so I thought, Lets try musical theater, because shes been singing since she was 2, Lee said. (And) ever since she was 4 years old, when you asked her what she wanted to be she would say a singer, and shes never deviated from that. One of my favorite memories was her teacher in transitional kinder garten sent me a video of her singing (Journey) right in the middle of class when she was working. And if you ask Mei why she sings and acts, the answer is simple. Its just my passion, she said.STAR OF THE SHOWMei is no stranger to the spot light, and most of the time any stage fright she feels can be cured with one simple, deep breath. In fact, she just finished callback auditions for her 13th show with AUTA, Footloose. I like the stage, when you get a lot of applause, she said. Its just really fun, and its amazing. You get to meet some new friends, and my best friend started acting with me when I did my first show with AUTA. Most recently, Mei took on a big challenge in AUTAs spring rendition of Mary Poppins, reprising the role of none other than the magical nanny. It was her first starring lead, and she found out it was hers while she was at Epcot. For the next four months, she spent as much time as she could studying her new role and even participated in acting lessons over FaceTime with a West Orange High student who played Mary Poppins in the high schools show. I had to work really hard toward it to learn my lines in all the songs, Mei said. We would listen to the music every day in the car on the way to school, practice, Irish dance lessons, all that stuff. Sometimes, Id bring my script to school and learn it at recess. It was really nice, because its fun to get your own bow at the end of the show. For Mary Poppins, I practiced basically the whole time, except when Star in the making Victoria Mei Ashton, 11, recently completed her third performance at Her Majestys Theatre in the heart of Londons West End.Mei Ashton starred as Mary Poppins in Acting Up Theater Academys rendition of the popular musical this spring.Courtesy photoMei Ashton is getting ready to perform in her 13th production with Acting Up Theater Academy in Winter Garden.Danielle HendrixSEE BUDDING PAGE 12

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12 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 280899 I was at school or sleeping. Lees favorite memory of seeing Mei in Mary Poppins was the method her daughter used to control her reaction to her best friend, Gaby, playing the role of Mrs. Andrews: Mei would cross her eyes so she couldnt see Gaby, therefore preventing her from laughing while pretending to be enemies. Aside from acting and singing, Mei also takes Irish dancing lessons, plays violin and both draws and paints.ADVENTURES ABROADMost recently, Mei and her mother returned from a five-week trip to Europe, two weeks dur ing which they stayed in London for Meis third time at West End Stage. The program is the United Kingdoms premier theater summer school for young, aspiring thespians from ages 8 to 21. Its really fun, because theres lots of new people from differ ent countries, Mei said. I met a girl named Olivia, and she was from Japan. One person was from Norway. People were from a lot of different countries. We did a masterclass with beatboxing and an Aladdin master class, which was probably my favorite. (The person who plays) Aladdin taught it, and we learned the dance, a couple of steps from Friend Like Me. All of Meis teachers were West End Stage performers, and she once again got to perform at Her Majestys Theatre in the heart of the West End, which is home to Andrew Lloyd Webbers Phantom of the Opera. Whats more: Mei even paid for her own summer-camp tuition. She and her mother save all year, every year, to be able to take trips to Europe and attend the camp. Mei commissioned and sold paint ings, wrote to businesses asking for sponsorships, sold cupcakes and made bows. (Acting) is fun, because you get to show your expressions, Mei said. Its amazing how you get to act. When people act they can make you cry and its so emotional. I also get to see a lot of new countries and learn a lot of facts on tours, and its educational. Wherever Meis theater journey takes her, Lee is ready to support her and be her travel companion through it all. Through theater, shes grown a lot in her confidence but also in teamwork and compassion, Lee said. She reaches out to the newbies and is compassionate for them because shes now a veteran. For the England part, really it was always her choice. The second and third year, she raised her own money, and that was part of the deal. With the cultural part and her wanting to do theater, it opens so many doors for her in terms of learning stories, going to watch a show and seeing it come to life in front of her eyes.DANIELLE HENDRIXBLACK TIE EDITORIf youve walked into Winter Garden Wheel Works lately, youve probably seen a color ful bike frame, designed with the concepts of graffiti, urban art and cubism in mind. Its one of the countless works Winter Garden resident Luke Lsos Sosinavage has completed since getting serious about art as a profession a few years ago. The Philadelphia native always welded his life experiences together with his knack for creativity. When I was in early school, instead of doing my subjects, I was usually always drawing, he said. (I was inspired by) a lot of early influences like movies, music and some friends I met through skateboarding. I was always just drawing and got into different mediums. Sosinavage, 40, credits getting into skateboarding and being in uptown Philadelphia as one of his earliest introductions to urban design, graffiti and street art. Additionally, his passion for comic books served as another inspiration to the type of art he wanted to create. I have a simplistic basis for what street art was to me, he said. As far as a following with graf fiti, I was influenced by people in Pittsburgh when I was younger deejays, musicians and activists. It was almost a schooling for me. Although he began studying graphic design at one point to try to get work, he ended up moving to Florida to be closer to family and dive into fresh inspiration. The move also sparked new connections with other artists, as well as his willingness to get out in the community and do art shows or paint in public. Probably about 2005 was when I got serious about art, he said. From 2005 to 2009 things resonated a bit, and then I just saw what other guys were doing, and it made things click a bit. Getting out around the community and painting other places and doing art strolls or shows (helped me) get back with other artists. Sosinavage currently paints From street art to SOBOCyclesWinter Garden artist Luke Lsos Sosinavage hopes to get more involved with community art and make a dierence through creativity.Right now the work ethic to what Im doing is to accomplish something, or if people are inter ested in purchasing art. thats a benet. I have to be thank ful, because Im not a starving artist. Luke Lsos Sosinavagemainly with acrylic and aerosols, paint markers and permanent markers. He creates on anything from sketchbooks to canvas to discarded furniture or cabinets. From plein air and abstract expressions to nature-inspired pieces with bright or earthy colors, he is spontaneous with whatever technique he feels best for a given project. I go with impressionistic values and my technique has impressionistic qualities, he said. As far as realism I might paint characters. For landscapes or patterns, I (use) graph cubism. For most patterns, I use a lot of lines, and Ill spot paint. Most recently, he was asked to paint a SOBOCycle for the Winter Garden Art Association, along with five other local artists. The name of his piece is chik3n scratch dragon junk trance, and it was put up for auction toward the beginning of the month. He used aerosol paints, paint markers and a sealer to finish his cycle, which he estimates took about 10 hours of work. Right now the work ethic to what Im doing is to accomplish something, or if people are inter ested in purchasing art. Thats a benefit, Sosinavage said. I have to be thankful, because Im not a starving artist. Theres a lot of people who create art, and theyre good. Itd be nice to prosper a little more than what I am now. I resonate with painting a lot, and Id like to be able to communicate with people and have a positive influence.Danielle HendrixBudding West Orange actress returns from LondonCONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 281518 1801 E. Colonial Dr., Suite 112

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 13 282643 $10$25/person Get tickets @ http://WindermereArts.Eventbrite.com 407-808-0665 WindermereArts.com Facebook.com/WindermereArts Friday, September 7, 2018 5:30 8:30 PM Downtown WindermereGet Tickets @ http://WindermereArts.Eventbrite.com 407-808-0665282745 For about three hours, about 300 people waited in a line that wrapped around The Barrel Room at Plant Street Market for a special popup shop hosted by The Lost Bros. The growing, theme park-inspired clothing company is based partly in Windermere and sells shirts, hats and more. At the popup shop, held Wednesday, Aug. 8, customers could buy discounted The Lost Bros apparel and accessories, as well as grab custom doughnuts from Sir Benjis Donuts. DANIELLE HENDRIXShop til you pop! Michele Mikowski and Justin Obordo helped assemble boxes. Jenny and Emma Falcone helped serve doughnuts from Sir Benjis Donuts. Left: Emily Trammell, Katlyn Phillips and Shaina Wild held up their special popup-shop boxes. Ben Falcone, co-owner of Sir Benjis Donuts, poured a milk shot into a cereal-and-doughnut-cup creation. The Lost Bros co-founder Cody Tapoler showed o one of the clothing companys upcoming products.

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14 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 283145 rfntbnfn n tnfrfntfbfbnnnnfrfbtbfrfr Living the You could describe Sonata West as being beautiful, inviting, eventful and calming. But the real beauty of Sonata is their management and staff. They are friendly, caring, respectful, servicing and lots of fun. -Barbara, Resident Family Member They continue to surpass our expectations & meet Moms every need with a caring, loving approach. Their compassion for the elderly is apparent in every capacity; they are angels in disguise.Lisa, Resident Family Member Activities are constantly being produced in a wide variety of venues so that literally there is something for everyone. The motto At Your Service is always on the lips of the staff and in their actions. Alan, Resident at Sonata West Resort Retirement LivingGood Life ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY #13099Half Off of 2nd person fee for 1 year a $6,000 SAVINGS! (Must move in by September 30, 2018.) sonatawest.com 420 Roper Road Winter Garden, FL 34787 Wed love to meet you!Call to schedule a visit!407.654.3530 281984 283132 250293 407-573-1300 14100 W Colonial Drive Winter Garden, FL 34787 Bowlers hit the lanes for charity Saturday, Aug. 18, at Winter Garden Bowl for the seventh Annual Jimmy Crabtree Cancer Fund Family Fun Bowl. The JCCF Family Fun Bowl is just one event the organization hosts to help families in need. Proceeds of the event benet families that are battling cancer. Since the Jimmy Crabtree Cancer Fund was established, it has raised $213,500 and helped 42 families. ERIC GUTIERREZ A strike against cancer From left: Fred, Sue, Andy and Karen Crabtree all mingled with bowlers throughout the event. Fred and Sue are Jimmy Crabtrees parents, and Andy and Karen are his siblings. Callen Tornatore was on a roll on the lanes last weekend. Kris Cortinas was all smiles at the event. Left: Brandon Paulikas had fun bowling. He recently beneted from the JCCF.

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 15 283058You know about 911 what about 811? As summer comes to a close, you may have some home improvement projects to wrap up and check o your list. But, whether planting a bed of owers, building an outdoor deck or installing a new mailbox, youre likely missing one very important step that is required before doing any work that involves excavation, demolition or construction calling 811. Call 811 is a national program that helps property owners locate underground utility lines before beginning any work that could damage those lines. Every six minutes, an underground utility line in the U.S. is damaged because someone starts a project without calling 811 rst. And, studies show that less than half of the population is aware that this call is required. However, homeowners, business owners and contractors only need to follow a few easy steps to ensure their own safety and that of their community. Because the depth of natural gas pipelines and other underground utility lines can vary from just a few inches deep to over 2 feet below ground surface, Sunshine 811, the Florida chapter of the national initiative, was established to take the guesswork out of where those lines are located. In Florida, you must call 811 at least two business days prior to beginning your excavation, demolition or construction project. Simply dial or submit an Internet Ticket Entry at Sunshine811.com. Utility companies will then place dierent colored ags or paint markings, indicating the type of utility lines located below the surface, in and around your work site. You can check the Positive Response System (PRS) online throughout the process to follow each members progress. Once the utility has responded, before you put a shovel in the ground, its important to check the PRS summary again to see if the utility company has left you a no conict code or if you have been left with further instructions. Calling 811 isnt exclusive to large-scale projects. In fact, it applies to tasks as simple as planting or removing a tree. Removing a tree can cause severe damage to a utility line as root systems often grow up to ve times the size of a trees canopy. If you are reading this, chances are you live or work within Lake Apopka Natural Gas Districts service area, which includes over 870 miles of natural gas pipelines in Orange and South Lake counties. With more than 22,000 residential, business and industrial customers, the District keeps safety and security of the communities it serves top-of-mind, every day. By taking the extra step to call 811, you can better prevent the likelihood of causing service outages, injuries, environmental contamination, property damage, and the associated nes and repair costs that can result from those incidents. By calling 811, youre not only protecting yourself, but other members of your community as well. For more information and resources, visit Sunshine811.com or contact a member of the LANGD service dispatch at (407) 656-2734 x 704, custsvc@langd.org or visit www.langd.org. 282819 r ffntbf ffntbf ffntbf rfntb tb Bruce Young, CFP, CRPCFinancial Advisor.17301 Pagonia Road Ste 100 Clermont, FL 34711 407-654-4915 Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 08/10/2018. CDs offered by Edward Jones are bank-issued and FDIC-insured up to $250,000 (principal and interest accrued but not yet paid) per depositor, per insured depository institution, for each account ownership category. Please visit www.fdic.gov or contact your financial advisor for additional information. Subject to availability and price change. CD values are subject to interest rate risk such that when interest rates rise, the prices of CDs can decrease. If CDs are sold prior to maturity, the investor can lose principal value. FDIC insurance does not cover losses in market value. Early withdrawal may not be permitted. Yields quoted are net of all commissions. CDs require the distribution of interest and do not allow interest to compound. CDs offered through Edward Jones are issued by banks and thrifts nationwide. All CDs sold by Edward Jones are registered with the Depository Trust Corp. (DTC). 2.05$10002.80 3.00$1000 $10006-month 2-year 3-year 282917 r ffntbf ffntbf ffntbf rfntb tb Bruce Young, CFP, CRPCFinancial Advisor.17301 Pagonia Road Ste 100 Clermont, FL 34711 407-654-4915 Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 08/10/2018. CDs offered by Edward Jones are bank-issued and FDIC-insured up to $250,000 (principal and interest accrued but not yet paid) per depositor, per insured depository institution, for each account ownership category. Please visit www.fdic.gov or contact your financial advisor for additional information. Subject to availability and price change. CD values are subject to interest rate risk such that when interest rates rise, the prices of CDs can decrease. If CDs are sold prior to maturity, the investor can lose principal value. FDIC insurance does not cover losses in market value. Early withdrawal may not be permitted. Yields quoted are net of all commissions. CDs require the distribution of interest and do not allow interest to compound. CDs offered through Edward Jones are issued by banks and thrifts nationwide. All CDs sold by Edward Jones are registered with the Depository Trust Corp. (DTC). 2.05 $1000 2.80 3.00 $1000 $1000 6-month 2-year 3-year r ffntbf ffntbf ffntbf rfntb tb Bruce Young, CFP, CRPC Financial Advisor.17301 Pagonia Road Ste 100 Clermont, FL 34711 407-654-4915 Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 08/10/2018. CDs offered by Edward Jones are bank-issued and FDIC-insured up to $250,000 (principal and interest accrued but not yet paid) per depositor, per insured depository institution, for each account ownership category. Please visit www.fdic.gov or contact your financial advisor for additional information. Subject to availability and price change. CD values are subject to interest rate risk such that when interest rates rise, the prices of CDs can decrease. If CDs are sold prior to maturity, the investor can lose principal value. FDIC insurance does not cover losses in market value. Early withdrawal may not be permitted. Yields quoted are net of all commissions. CDs require the distribution of interest and do not allow interest to compound. CDs offered through Edward Jones are issued by banks and thrifts nationwide. All CDs sold by Edward Jones are registered with the Depository Trust Corp. (DTC). 2.05 $1000 2.80 3.00 $1000 $1000 6-month 2-year 3-year r ffntbf ffntbf ffntbf rfntb tb Bruce Young, CFP, CRPCFinancial Advisor.17301 Pagonia Road Ste 100 Clermont, FL 34711 407-654-4915 Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 08/10/2018. CDs offered by Edward Jones are bank-issued and FDIC-insured up to $250,000 (principal and interest accrued but not yet paid) per depositor, per insured depository institution, for each account ownership category. Please visit www.fdic.gov or contact your financial advisor for additional information. Subject to availability and price change. CD values are subject to interest rate risk such that when interest rates rise, the prices of CDs can decrease. If CDs are sold prior to maturity, the investor can lose principal value. FDIC insurance does not cover losses in market value. Early withdrawal may not be permitted. Yields quoted are net of all commissions. CDs require the distribution of interest and do not allow interest to compound. CDs offered through Edward Jones are issued by banks and thrifts nationwide. All CDs sold by Edward Jones are registered with the Depository Trust Corp. (DTC). 2.05 $1000 2.80 3.00 $1000 $1000 6-month 2-year 3-year West Orange High seniors added their own personal touches to their parking spaces Saturday, Aug. 18, during the schools traditional painting event. Seniors broke out brushes, rollers, tape and stencils to paint their parking spots. Some seniors decorated their spots with the colors of their college of choice, while others painted popular popculture icons. Some spots showed West Orange school spirit, while others displayed motivational quotes. ERIC GUTIERREZ From left: Maria, Shyann and Miyetta Evans enjoyed family time while painting. Bryan and Kaeli Crews painted a volleyball on Kaelis spot. Kaeli will be going to college the University of South Carolina on a volleyball scholarship. Abby Vencatasawmy painted enjoyed painting her spot. Ian Payne used tape to create and paint a brick pattern on his parking spot. ONLINESee more photos at OrangeObserver.com Custom designs

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16 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 280998www.jaysqualitytreeservice.com STUMPED?? Call us today!We specialize in: Tree services including tree removal and stump grinding Mistletoe and Moss removal Crane, land clearing, and bobcat services Hurricane preparation And all your landscaping needsOce: 407-880-2221Cell: 407-358-4188 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICEFree estimates Licensed and insured www.westorangehabitat.org280904 13369 West Colonial Drive( between 9th and Dillard Street, behind Taco Bell in Winter Garden)Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm Saturday, 8 am to 4 pm. Closed Sunday Upgrading your appliances?Check us out on Facebook West Orange Habitat ReStoreWe will gladly nd a new home for your gently used ones. We accept refrigerators, stoves, ovens, washers and dryers in working condition. DONATION HOTLINE: 407-905-0406 I get it. Your home and car are more than just things. Theyre where you make your memories and they deserve the right protection. Its why Im here. LETS TALK TODAY.State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company State Farm Fire and Casualty Company Bloomington, IL 1706814They matter to me. Jo Barsh, Agent 317 West Road Ocoee, FL 34761 Bus: 407-299-0301 www.jobarsh.com M-F 8:30 5:30pm Sat 10-2 Evening by Appointment 280886 283057 Call us at 407-656-2121Email us at AdvertiseNow@OrangeObserver.comor Subscribe@OrangeObserver.comVisit us at rfnftfb A home in the Deer Island community topped all Winter Garden residential realestate transactions from Aug. 10 to 16. The home at 17631 Deer Island Circle, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $2,033,995. To be built in 2019, it will have seven bedrooms, four baths, two half-baths, a pool and 7,497 square feet. The price per square foot is $271.31. These are the highestselling homes in each community in West Or ange.HORIZON WESTHICKORY HAMMOCKThe home at 15887 Emerald Pointe Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 16, for $862,190. Built in 2018, it has four bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths and 3,892 square feet. The price per square foot is $221.53.INDEPENDENCE/ SIGNATURE LAKESThe home at 6106 Cypress Hill Road, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $320,000. Built in 2015, it has four bedrooms, two baths and 2,227 square feet. The price per square foot is $143.69. The home at 14654 Old Thicket Terrace, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $289,000. Built in 2006, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 2,224 square feet. The price per square foot is $129.95.LAKEVIEW POINTEThe home at 7131 Half Moon Lake Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 14, for $349,600. Built in 2018, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,980 square feet. The price per square foot is $176.57.LATHAM PARKThe home at 1400 Shocklach Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 16, for $550,000. Built in 2015, it has five bedrooms, four-andone-half baths, a pool and 3,543 square feet. The price per square foot is $155.24.PANTHER VIEWThe home at 14921 Winter Stay Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $469,725. Built in 2018, it has four bedrooms, three-andone-half baths and 3,505 square feet. The price per square foot is $134.02. The home at 14957 Winter Stay Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $458,465. Built in 2018, it has five bedrooms, four baths and 3,791 square feet. The price per square foot is $120.94. The home at 14969 Winter Stay Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $436,225. Built in 2017, it has four bedrooms, three-andone-half baths and 3,505 square feet. The price per square foot is $124.46. The home at 14903 Winter Stay Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $424,240. Built in 2018, it has four bedrooms, three baths and 2,656 square feet. The price per square foot is $159.73. The home at 9209 Cut Shot Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $334,407. Built in 2018, it has five bedrooms, three baths and 2,634 square feet. The price per square foot is $126.96.RESERVE AT CARRIAGE POINTEThe home at 15408 Sandfield Loop, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $442,500. Built in 2014, it has four bedrooms, three-andone-half baths, a pool and 2,728 square feet. The price per square foot is $162.21. The home at 15414 Sandfield Loop, Winter Garden, sold Aug. REAL ESTATE SNAPSHOTTotal Sales: 99 High Sale Price: $2,033,995 Low Sale Price: $85,000Deer Island estate tops Winter Garden sales realtor.comThis Canopy Oaks home, at 12910 Canopy Woods Way, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 10, for $909,000. This home won the highest award in the recent Parade of Homes.

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 17 15, for $433,000. Built in 2014, it has four bedrooms, four baths and 3,352 square feet. The price per square foot is $129.18.WATERLEIGHThe home at 10126 Beach Port Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $286,000. Built in 2018, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,689 square feet. The price per square foot is $169.33.OAKLANDJOHNS COVEThe home at 912 Johns Cove Lane, Oakland, sold Aug. 14, for $350,500. Built in 2004, it has three bedrooms, two-andone-half baths, a pool and 2,442 square feet. The price per square foot is $143.53.OAKLAND TRAILSThe home at 1960 Standing Rock Circle, Oakland, sold Aug. 14, for $391,490. Built in 2018, it has five bedrooms, two-andone-half baths and 3,446 square feet. The price per square foot is $113.61. The home at 1823 Standing Rock Circle, Oakland, sold Aug. 13, for $370,000. Built in 2017, it has three bedrooms, two-andone-half baths and 2,088 square feet. The price per square foot is $177.20. The home at 2193 White Feature Loop, Oakland, sold Aug. 10, for $310,000. Built in 2018, it has three bedrooms, two-andone-half baths and 2,008 square feet. The price per square foot is $154.38. The home at 1955 Standing Rock Circle, Oakland, sold Aug. 13, for $273,379. Built in 2018, it has three bedrooms, two-andone-half baths and 2,186 square feet. The price per square foot is $125.06.WINTERS LANDINGThe home at 503 E. Henschen Ave., Oakland, sold Aug. 16, for $510,000. Built in 2006, it has four bedrooms, three-andone-half baths, a pool and 3,500 square feet. The price per square foot is $145.71.OCOEEARDEN PARKThe home at 1236 Arden Oaks Drive, Ocoee, sold Aug. 12, for $564,832. Built in 2016, it has five bedrooms, four-and-one-half baths and 4,545 square feet. The price per square foot is $124.28.FOXFIREThe home at 494 Picwood Court, Ocoee, sold Aug. 13, for $179,900. Built in 1978, it has three bedrooms, one bath and 1,275 square feet. The price per square foot is $141.10.HIDDEN GLENThe home at 2401 Stricker Drive, Ocoee, sold Aug. 15, for $250,000. Built in 1992, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,688 square feet. The price per square foot is $148.10.INGRAM TRAILSThe home at 2785 Pythagoras Circle, Ocoee, sold Aug. 15, for $247,000. Built in 2009, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,699 square feet. The price per square foot is $145.38.LAKEWOOD HILLSThe home at 702 Starke Lake Circle, Ocoee, sold Aug. 10, for $197,000. Built in 1962, it has four bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,402 square feet. The price per square foot is $140.51.MARION PARKThe home at 203 S. Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee, sold Aug. 14, for $455,000. It has five bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths, a pool and 3,018 square feet. The price per square foot is $150.76.THE MEADOWSThe home at 472 Northern Durango Ave., Ocoee, sold Aug. 16, for $195,000. Built in 1981, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,200 square feet. The price per square foot is $162.50. The home at 328 Northern Durango Ave., Ocoee, sold Aug. 10, for $180,000. Built in 1981, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,025 square feet. The price per square foot is $175.61.REFLECTIONSThe home at 1087 Shimmering Sand Drive, Ocoee, sold Aug. 15, for $268,000. Built in 1966, it has three bedrooms, two baths, a pool and 1,897 square feet. The price per square foot is $141.28. Pat Sharr Realty 407-656-7947 MultiMillion Dollar Producer www.patsharr.com PAT SHARRBroker/Owner 407-948-1326patsharr@aol.com280867 BUYING A HOME? SELLING YOUR HOME? CALL ME TODAY! WHAT IS YOUR OFFER???STUNNING 4 BDRM/ 2 BA HOME AND PANORAMIC VIEW OF LAKE MINNE HAHA...THIS HOME IS LOCATED IN THE DESIRED GATED SUBDIVISION OF OSPREY POINT. THE WATERFRONT COMMUNITY OFFERS THE RESIDENTS A PRIVATE FISHING PIER AND WATER ACCESS TO THE CLERMONT CHAIN OF LAKES. Just renovated to a very open floor plan... Beautiful laminate wood flooring throughout the home with the exception of laundry and bathrooms. The kitchen is a decorators dream and features custom cabinets, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, island, breakfast bar, walk-in pantry and just off the kitchen is the laundry room and access to the garage. The oversized breakfast area is exceptional with a view of lush landscaping and stately trees...living/family room is highlighted by the wood burning fireplace large sliding glass doors leading to the open brick paver patio... Spacious master bedroom that is worthy of its name...luxurious master bath, granite counter tops, dual sinks, garden tub/separate shower. This is a split bedroom plan. The two other bedrooms are located in the hallway with a full bath convenient to both bedrooms...the fourth bedroom is being used as an office. Lowest price in Osprey Pointe! Asking $509,900 JUST LISTED 3 DAYS!!!3 Bdrm/2.5 ba.***HONEY STOP THE CAR***NO HOA***NO REAR NEIGHBORS*** FRESHLY PAINTED***REPLUMBED IN 2006***DOUBLE PANE WINDOWS***NEW SOFFITS***WATER SOFTENER***STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES IN KITCHEN STAY*** WINDOW COVERINGS STAY*** This home says Welcome home the minute you step in the Foyer with wood flooring this very open floor plan is a dream!!! Living room has plenty of room for com fortable chairs & sofa. Breakfast area/Family room is designed where everyone can Live A Little French doors are leading to the covered and screened lanai, you also have a open wooden deck with soft lighting around the deck. This is a perfect place for entertaining with the fenced yard and no rear neighbors PRIVACY WITHOUT ISOLA TION. You are minutes away from the West Orange Trail, minutes from DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN*** farmers market every Sat urday, annual festivals, great restaurants, shopping and the Crooked Can Brewery and the Plant Street Market!!! ASKING $285,000 SOLD! LET ME HELP YOU MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE SOLD! JUST LISTED!!!4Bdrm. 3 Ba. ***NO REAR NEIGHBORS***BACKS UP TO CON SERVATION ARA*** LAKE VIEW*** NEW AIR CONDITIONER JUST INSTALLED***FRESHLY PAINTED***GATED COMMU NITY 24 HOUR GUARD*** Dont miss the opportunity to see this home!!!If you like tile, you will love this home! Step inside to the impressive foyer, open entertainment size living/family room highlighted by plant shelves and vaulted ceiling also sliding glass doors leading to the covered/open patio area. The kitchen features a bright breakfast nook, 42 cabinets, granite counters, pantry, tiled back splash, all kitchen appliances stay and adjacent laundry room. Spacious but intimate dining room that puts gra ciousness back into entertaining. This home features a 3-way split bedroom plan, guess bath, private bedroom plus another full bath conveniently located between two guest bedrooms often referred to as Jack N Jill bedrooms. Master bedroom features large walk-in closet, sliding glass doors leading to the covered/open patio. Mas ter bath has jetted garden tub, separate shower and vanity with dual sinks. The covered/open paver patio provides privacy without isolation and view of Lake Tilden. Asking $320,000A RECENT TESTIMONIAL: Love her!!! She made the process of selling our first home fun!!! She gave me honest feedback to help me sell my home by making it more marketable. You cant go wrong with her as your realtor.-Jessica & Hedrick Rivero jobs.cityfurniture.comDistribution Center & Delivery Driver Positions:August 29, 2018 9:30am 3:00pm Showroom Positions: August 30, 2018 9:30a m 3:00pm Orlando Hiring EventEvents located at Faireld Inn & Suites Ocoee 10791 West Colonial Drive Ocoee, Florida 34761WALK-INS WELCOME 281462 CITY OF WINTER GARDENThese are the largest building permits issued by the city of Winter Garden from Aug. 10 to 16, in order of dollar amounts. ADDRESS PERMIT APPLICANT AMOUNT 16179 Lew Gem Court Pool/spa/fountain Thomas F. Armstrong $49,000 13677 Killebrew Way Pool/spa/fountain Theresa Philogene $37,000 2155 Black Lake Blvd. Pool/spa/fountain Eric Sochocki $33,000 15514 Lake Burnett Shore Court Two-story patio additions Bree A. and Scott Stenzel $30,000 2024 Wintermere Pointe Re-roof Josephine Walker $25,916 2454 Oakington St. Solar installation Juan Villegas $22,318 13204 Lakeshore Grove HVAC change out Charles Bruce Hance $17,773 108 Doe Run Drive Re-roof Debra Williams $17,700 209 Valencia Court Re-roof Donna and Timothy Kunsman $16,530 736 Hurley Drive Re-roof Robert J. and Mary Lizzi $15,360 TOP BUILDING PERMITS myvisuallistings.comThis Winters Landing home, at 503 E. Henschen Ave., Oakland, sold Aug. 16, for $510,000. It was the largest transaction in the town of Oakland from Aug. 10 to 16.

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18 WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 www.cfcg.com 278145 Dr. Bennetts clinical practice focuses on: Dr. Jennifer Bennett MD, FACC Central Florida Cardiology Group PAhas been providing cardiac care to Central Florida since 1948.1002 S. Dillard St Suite 118 Winter Garden, FL 34787 407-554-2782 1745 N. Mills Ave Orlando, FL 32803 407-841-7151 Now Open Coronary Artery Disease Womens Care Valvular Disease Congestive Heart Disease Hypertension Lipid Disorders Preventative Cardiology 280843 Wills/Advance Directives Estates Corporation/LLC Commercial transactions Landlord/Tenant Attorney At Law 407-656-5521 425 South Dillard St. Winter Garden, FL 34787 B M. JProudly serving West Orange County for over 36 years.www.blairjohnsonlaw.com Real estate: Contracts, Closings, Short Sales, Deed in Lieu And other matters 280845 RESERVEThe home at 1164 Montheath Circle, Ocoee, sold Aug. 13, for $280,000. Built in 2000, it has four bedrooms, two-and-onehalf baths and 2,135 square feet. The price per square foot is $131.15.VILLAGES OF WESMEREThe home at 316 Spruce Pine Road, Ocoee, sold Aug. 10, for $317,000. Built in 2013, it has four bedrooms, two-and-onehalf baths and 2,309 square feet. The price per square foot is $137.29.WESTYN BAYThe home at 2895 Cardassi Drive, Ocoee, sold Aug. 14, for $370,000. Built in 2006, it has five bedrooms, four baths and 3,496 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $105.84.WINTER GARDENCANOPY OAKSThe home at 12910 Canopy Woods Way, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 10, for $909,000. Built in 2017, it has five bedrooms, five baths, two halfbaths, a pool and 4,388 square feet. The price per square foot is $207.16. The home at 12904 Canopy Woods Way, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 14, for $791,000. Built in 2017, it has four bedrooms, four-and-one-half baths, a pool and 3,665 square feet. The price per square foot is $215.83.COBBLESTONE OF WINTER GARDENThe home at 318 Country Cottage Lane, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 10, for $325,000. Built in 2007, it has four bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and 2,640 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $123.11.COOPER AND SEWELL ADDITIONThe home at 128 N. Highland Ave., Winter Garden, sold Aug. 16, for $380,000. Built in 1920, it has four bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and 2,332 square feet. The price per square foot is $162.95.COVINGTON PARKThe home at 1011 Meadow Glade Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 10, for $322,500. Built in 2007, it has four bedrooms, four baths and 2,836 square feet. The price per square foot is $113.72. The home at 705 Meadow Glade Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 10, for $320,000. Built in 2012, it has five bedrooms, three baths and 2,474 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $129.35.OAKLAND PARKThe home at 1201 Union Club Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $636,500. Built in 2014, it has four bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths and 2,793 square feet. The price per square foot is $227.89. The townhouse at 1429 Eastover Loop, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 14, for $357,770. Built in 2008, it has three bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths and 2,378 square feet. The price per square foot is $150.45.STONEYBROOK WESTThe home at 1345 Portmoor Way, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $382,500. Built in 2004, it has four bedrooms, twoand-one-half baths, a pool and 2,458 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $155.61. The home at 1333 Portmoor Way, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $354,000. Built in 2002, it has four bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and 2,860 square feet. The price per square foot is $123.78.STOREY GROVEThe home at 10263 Memoir Ave., Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $323,570. Built in 2018, it has four bedrooms, three baths and 2,139 square feet. The price per square foot is $151.27.WINTERMERE POINTEThe home at 2520 Prairie View Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 10, for $345,000. Built in 2003, it has four bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and 2,493 square feet. The price per square foot is $138.39. The home at 10287 Memoir Ave., Winter Garden, sold Aug. 16, for $310,930. Built in 2018, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 2,082 square feet. The price per square foot is $149.34. The townhouse at 11018 Suspense Drive, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 13, for $238,125. Built in 2018, it has three bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and 1,668 square feet. The price per square foot is $142.76.TUCKER OAKSThe condo at 1628 Scarlet Oak Loop, Winter Garden, sold Aug. 15, for $217,000. Built in 2009, it has three bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and 1,699 square feet. The price per square foot is $127.72. REAL ESTATEHARRY P. RAYMOND JR., M.D. DIED SUNDAY, AUG. 12, 2018.Harry P. Raymond Jr., M.D., devoted husband, father, grandfather and surgeon, peacefully passedon Sundayin the presence of family, while sleeping. Born Oct. 7, 1926, in Fort Eustis, Virginia, son of Harry P. Ray mond Sr. and Berenice McAdam, Harry graduated from Charlotte Central High School and was an accomplished violinist (Char lotte Symphony Orchestra). He also achieved the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout. Harry graduated with honors from Duke University and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Harry interned at George Washington University Hospital and completed his residency training at Bellevue Hospital in affiliation with NYU School of Medicine. While making surgery rounds, he saw Lois Ruth Saeger, a nursing student, and immediately proclaimed to his friend, I am going to marry her! They were two days shy of celebrating 63 years of marriage. Following surgical residency, Harry was drafted into the United States Air Force, serving as a Captain in the Korean War. He was responsible for a hospital in Chaumont, France; Bitburg, Ger many; and Vandenburg Air Force Base, California (1955-1959). He also served as a Private in the Army during WWII (1944-1945). After his military commitment, he and Lois relocated to Orlando. Harry practiced 46 years of medicine in Orlando. As Chief of Surgery at Lucerne Pavilion Hospital and Orlando Health, he thoroughly enjoyed teaching and working with residents. Additionally, Harry was Director of the Burn Unit for many years and worked as a Trauma Surgeon until he retired at age 75. Harry loved practicing medicine. Every patient could expect an hour meeting with him prior to sur gery. Doing his own history and physical, he explained to each patient the surgery, complete with drawings. This way, I get to know the patient, and the patient knows me, he said. Following surgery, he visited his hospitalized patients twice a day, seven days a week. Harrys love of medicine inspired two children and three grandchildren to pursue medical careers. Harry is survived by his wife, Lois; daughter, Dardanella Yawman, (Gregg); grandchildren, Emily, Jonathan, Daniel and Hannah; son, Paul; sisters-inlaw, Miriam Huebner and Joyce Saeger; nieces, nephews, greatnieces and great-nephews. Services will be heldat 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at Trinity Lutheran Church, E. Livingston St., Orlando; (407) 488-1919. Interment will be heldat 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 28, at Cape Canav eral National Cemetery, 525 US-1, Mims; (321) 383-2638. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church and School. Arrangements entrusted to Colonial Funeral Home,2811 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, FL 32806; (407) 895-2561.WEST ORANGE OBITUARIES

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Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Mildred was a resident of Winter Garden since 2013. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Edward Loughlin, and is survived by daughters, Melinda Siburt, of Port St. Lucie, Lorraine Drumheller and husband, Lance, of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, and Nancy Loughlin (Burke), of Winter Garden. Mildred is also survived by three grandchildren, Deanna (Burke) Darigan of Orlando and husband, Sean, James Burke, of Winter Gar den, and Eddie Drumheller, of Mechanicsburg; as well as two great-grandchildren, Avery Darigan and Kyrie Darigan. One of five siblings, Mildred is survived by her youngest sister, Pat Petragnani, as well as many nieces and nephews. Family gathered to honor her memory on Aug. 16, 2018, as Mildred was laid to rest beside Edward at South Florida National Cemetery.FREDERICK JOHN KOENIGDIED WEDNESDAY, AUG. 8, 2018.OUR FATHER WROTE THIS IN 1997 FOR HIS 50TH HIGHSCHOOL CLASS REUNION: Born July 2, 1928, in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey. Attended St. Agnes Catholic School for first grade. Moved to Leonardo, New Jer sey, Hosford Avenue. Attended Leonardo Grade School, 19351943. Went on to Leonardo High School, 1943-1947. Graduated and went on to graduate Newark Preparatory and Business College, 1947-1949. Forced to enlist in the U.S. Navyand on to basic training at Great Lakes N.T.C. in Illinois. Attended Machinist Mate School 1949. Sent to 7th Fleet on West Coast and assigned to A-Division Aircraft Carrier Boxer CVA21 and remained aboard for 36 months through the Korean War, 1949-1953. Discharged in 1953 at Treasure Island San Francisco as a Machinist Mate 2nd Class. Came home. Worked at Bendix Aviation in Red Bank, New Jersey, for six months while awaiting the hiring process of the Bell System. In 1953 joined N.J. Bell Telephone Co. as a lineman, moved on to installer then repairman. Worked in Red Bank, Long Branch and Bell Labs in Holmdel. In 1955, I met my lovely wife, Annette, and married in 1955. Lived in Middletown, New Jersey, and had three children, Debbie, Diane and Jeff. In 1968 accepted a permanent transfer to Southern Bell in Orlando, Florida, as a service tech, getting ready for Disney World, Lockheed Martin and the Space Coast. Spent 31 years with the Bell system and retired in 1984 at age 56. In 1991, my son-in-law started a truck repair business, and that business has grown to three locations in the Greater Orlando area with a large number of wellknown accounts in the trucking business. So at age 69 and after triple bypass, Im still going strong with my family and six grandchildren, all in the local area, enjoying life to the fullest and hoping for many more years. AND SO WE PICK UP FROM THERE: Our father continued to have a full life. He lost the love of his life, our mother, Annette, in 2005. He soldiered on sur rounded by not only the six grandchildren he mentioned, but an additional nine great-grandchildren. He was blessed to have lived the last three years with his son, watching football, baseball and the stock market (his second love!). He was a Mason and a Shriner, playing drums in the Shriner band. He was a wonder ful father who worked hard to provide us with everything we ever needed growing up. We will miss him terribly but know that one day we will be with our parents again.HOMER HORACE CRAIGDIED SUNDAY, AUG. 5, 2018.Homer Horace Craig, 81, of Winter Garden, Florida, went to be with Jesus on Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018.Homer was born March 30, 1937, in Canfield, Ohio, to the late Russell Leroy and Jessie Florence Clay Craig. After moving to Florida, he attended Edgewater High School. Homer served his country as a member of the United States National Guard.He owned sev eral businesses over his lifetime, attended First Baptist Church of Winter Garden and was an avid Florida Gator fan. Homer is survived by his lov ing wife, Joyce Dorothy Padgett Craig; son, Brian Craig; daughter, Tina Freeman (Ric); grandchildren, Richard Freeman Jr. (Cherie) and Joshua Freeman; siblings, Dean Craig (Margaret), Russell Craig (Martha), Alice Spilliard (David); greatgrandchildren, Shyanne, Colton and Kimber; sister-in-law, June Ashley; five nephews and six nieces. He is predeceased by his par ents; sister, Sue Shriver (Maurice); and a nephew and a niece. A funeral service with military honors was held Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018, at First Baptist Church of Winter Garden, with inter ment at Winter Garden Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Homer Craig to: Jimmy Crabtree Cancer Fund (JCCF), P.O. Box 770446, Winter Garden, FL 34777; jccancerfund.org.MARILYN J. FRISCHDIED FRIDAY, AUG. 10, 2018.Marilyn J. Frisch, of Oelwein, Iowa, born on May 27, 1935, to the late Frances and the late Clarence, passed away at age 83 on Aug. 10, 2018, in Lynchburg, Virginia. Marilyn was preceded in death by her brothers, Lowell, Dale and Kenneth; and sisters, Karen Kay and Sally (McNally). She is survived by her brother, Ronald; and many nieces, nephews, greatand great-great nieces and nephews. WEST ORANGE OBTUARIES

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Kicking OFF A NEW Season! To advertise or subscribe email AdvertiseNow@OrangeObserver.com or call 407-656-2121 Sponsored in part by...Follow Your School... Photo Galleries Interviews Team of the Week Videos & More 283142 Facebook ..... Observer Preps Twitter .......... @ObserverPreps Instagram .... @observerpreps 407-271-8931www.southwestorlandoeyecare.comAllergies/Tearing Blepharitis Cataracts Conjunctivitis Diabetic eye exams Dry eyes Emergency eye care Foreign body removal Glaucoma Iritis/ uveitis Keratoconus Lasik Consultations Latisse Consultations Macular degeneration Pink eyes Styes Plaquenil toxicity exams Vision Therapy Vision TrainingComprehensive eye exams for all ages | Award-winning Optical Boutique Contact lens ttings from simple to complexDr. John Nowell Dr. Ben KonynenbeltFree Single Vision Lenses With The Purchase of Any Frame August 1, 2018-August 31, 2018 SPORTS AUGUST 23, 2018 West Orange junior Bryce Adkinson helps Windermere Wildfire team place seventh in nation. Page 22. 1 The Florida High School Athletic As sociation announced Aug. 20 it and Lee County Sports Development have entered into an agree ment to host the 2018-20 FHSAA Girls Volleyball State Championships at the Suncoast Credit Union Arena on the campus of Florida SouthWestern State College in Fort My ers. 2 Boosted by two defensive touch downs by Chester Geard and Lovie Jen kins the Ocoee Knights topped Oak Ridge 23-12 in a preseason football game Aug. 17. A full recap is available at Observer Preps.com. 3 In preseason football action, the West Orange Warriors defeated the Windermere Wolverines 56-7 Aug. 17. The game was played in front of an at-capacity crowd at Deputy Scott Pine Community Park. For photos, see page 8 or visit ObserverPreps.com. 4 The CFCA football team rallied from a 21-6 decit to beat Northside Christian 28-27 in preseason action. Keenan Milroy tossed the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter. 5 Registration for West Orange Babe Ruth will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 25 at 560 Flewelling Ave., Ocoee. For more informa tion, visit westorangeba beruth.org. HIGH 5 1 Can West Orange match its unprecedented success from 2017? Any team that is return ing the core group of Taylor Head (Arkansas commit), Kaeli Crews (South Carolina com mit) and Torey Baum (Boston College commit) is immedi ately a state-title contender. Graduating the likes of Mikayla Heidelberg (Tulane), Baylor Bumford (UNCW) and Blake Hollis (Cornell) is no easy thing for a program to withstand, but players such as Italia Bollo have improved to help offset such losses. The Warriors also have a new head coach, Roberto San tasofia, and a schedule that fea tures several elite tournaments. Perhaps the Warriors dont match their undefeated season from 2017, but they certainly will be a team to follow once the postseason arrives. 2 Is Olympia a contender again in 2018? Much like West Orange, Olympia which made a state 10 TEAMS, 10 QUESTIONS CANTMISS GAMES The First Academy at West Orange: 7 p.m. Aug. 28 Legacy Charter at Foundation Academy: 6 p.m. Sept. 4 The First Academy at Windermere Prep: 7 p.m. Sept. 13 Olympia at Dr. Phillips: 7:30 p.m. Sept. 13 Hagerty at West Orange: 7 p.m. Sept. 27 Windermere at Winder mere Prep: 7 p.m. Oct. 4 Olympia at West Orange: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 9 West Orange at Winder mere: 7 p.m. Oct. 11 2017 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS The West Orange volleyball team went undefeated and won the FHSAA Class 9A State Championship. The Olympia Titans had an impressive run through their district and regional playo brackets, reach ing a state seminal for the rst time in program history. The Windermere Wol verines didnt let being a new program stop them from making the FHSAA Class 8A Playos in their rst season after nishing as district runner-up. Dr. Phillips went 18-8 and had a strong season but missed the playo after falling in the district seminals to Olympia. 2018 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW Steven Ryzewski The core group of Kaeli Crews, left, Taylor Head and Torey Baum has Warrior fans excited for the fall season. SEE VOLLEYBALL PAGE 22

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Johnna Shamley (Holy Cross), Alix Polk (Sacred Heart) and Gabby Nye were leaders for the team in 2017, and those responsibilities now pass on to Bucknell commit Mya Wilson, junior setter Emma McElveen and senior libero Anaeli Perea. New coach Julianne Calcote brings a collegiate background to the table, but the Titans will need to see new faces step up to try and make another run. 3 How deep is the roster at Dr. Phillips? Because of the way seeding worked out for the district tournament in 2017, Dr. Phillips and Olympia met in the district semifinal and not the district final. That was a shame, because both teams had strong seasons and deserved a shot at the postseason. The Panthers missed the playoffs in 2017 but are not to be slept on in 2018. The team boasts a core group of returners, including seniors Mallory Porcher (NC A&T commit), Laura Misko (Stetson beach volleyball commit) and dynamic underclassmen. Under the fiery coaching of Danny Eleutiza, the Panthers will be a team fans can always expect to play hard and to the final whistle.4 Who will emerge as the new playmakers for the new-look Royals? Two years removed from a state championship in 2016, The First Academy will be led by junior standout Elli McKissock, a Florida Gators commit. Beyond McKissock, though, coach Dan Hedgers team will be looking to players such as Emily Oerther to shoulder the load and help the team achieve success at the Cramer Family Field House. 5 Is a young Windermere roster ready to make a leap? The Wolverines took some lumps in their inaugural season but also showcased some tangible potential, making the playoffs in Class 8A in their first season. Winder mere boasts several dynamic returns, including Cassidy Chambers, Ava Czyzewski and Erin Welsh, and can expected to add a handful of talented newcomers from the Bridgewater Middle School team that won the OCPS County Championship. The team is only in its second season, but the Wolverines could be on the verge of some impressive results in 2018.6 Can Windermere Prep emerge from a rugged district? The Lakers finished at 14-14 in 2017 and compete in a tough district, with Lake Highland Prep, Trinity Prep, The First Academy and Montverde Academy all fighting for two playoffs spots. But Windermere Prep has added the Bergner sisters Angeline and Arianna to an already talented roster that could help the Lakers emerge as a playoff contender. Returners Riley Nowick, Mia Russo, Natalie Work and Julia Bernardes form a core with lots of height and firepower.7 How much improvement can Foundation expect in year two under Vicky Veloz? In coach Vicky Velozs first year in 2017, the Lions were ultra-young, with eight play ers who were sophomores or younger two of whom were eighth-graders. Foundation went 6-10, but even the defeats the team suffered served as valuable reps for those young, talented players. Rising senior Anna Grace Williams who led the team in kills and digs in 2017 will lead a team that is hopeful to surprise some folks in its district in 2018.8 Can Ocoees seniors help the team turn a corner? Ocoee struggled in 2017, finishing 3-16. The Knights, once again, will be under the veteran tutelage of longtime coach Cathy Edwards-Lee this fall and look to build on some positives from last season with returners such as seniors Emily Ratcliff and Japhia Robinson leading the way.9 Can Legacy eclipse its 2017 win total? Legacys volleyball program has had some lumps in recent years the team went 2-16 in 2017 but the Eagles are optimistic heading into the 2018 season. Abigail Dannels, who was second on the team in kills and first in digs in 2017, is back for her senior season. The team also boasts a talented passer in Ava Tewson, a junior who led the team in assists last fall. Steve Gegerson coaches the Eagles tough, and they figure to be a formidable foe this fall.10 Can CFCA replace the senior leadership it lost to graduation? The Eagles graduated a large class from last years team a team that had some success and went 8-10 in Stacy Osbornes third season. Replacing those players many of whom were with the program for a few years will be no small task. The Eagles compete in a tough district with programs including Victory Christian, International Community and Winter Parks Geneva School. What happened at the tournament after the team started 1-2 and was in danger of being sent home early? All of us girls got together and had a little meeting about coming together as a team at first we werent playing for each other. We came together and started playing together. Of which win during the sixgame winning streak are you most proud? We lost the first game of bracket play, and we beat that team (in the losers bracket) we beat them pretty bad, actually. We were fired up, because we knew this team was the team that knocked us out (of the winners bracket). What was the favorite nonsoftball part of the trip to the Seattle area? The trip was super fun we got to see the Space Needle. My favorite part, because I dont see snow that often, was when we went to Mount Rainier. We all had snowball fights and played in the snow for a couple hours. Do you enjoy playing for the Wildfire alongside some of your rivals from the varsity season? Yes, its super fun. We go to different high schools, and we play (there during the spring), but were all like sisters on this team, and we play well together. What did you like about Murray State that led you to commit there? Well, Im country, and I like the country, and Kentucky is very country its a small school and a small town. The coaches were a big part. Theyre easy to talk to and comfortable. What was your first season playing varsity at West Orange like last spring? We all got hurt at the beginning there were a bunch of us hurt. We didnt do too hot at the beginning, and our coach (Todd LaNeave) had a heart attack. At the end, we all came together and started winning we took it all the way to state. Whats the better feeling getting an important hit or making a tough catch? Thats hard. Id have to say making a tough catch. I robbed one (from being a home run) over the summer, and it was pretty amazing. Whats your favorite area of study at school? P.E. athletic stuff. Do you have hobbies outside of softball? I like to hunt and fish. We go to Ocala and hunt and Englewood to fish. I like hunting we hunt with dogs. STEVEN RYZEWSKI SPORTS SPOTLIGHTBryce Adkinson is a junior at West Orange High and was an important part of the Windermere Wildre 16U Paulsen travel softball team that placed seventh in the nation recently. An outelder, Adkinson has impressive range and does well at the plate, too. She has committed to play her college softball at Murray State.SPONSORED BY MARKS FLOORSBryce Adkinson THE BASICSAGE: 16 SCHOOL: West Orange YEAR: Junior HEIGHT: 5-foot-3 POSITION: Outeld RESIDES: Winter Garden COMMITTED: Murray State Volleyball preview CONTINUED FROM PAGE 21 The Legacy Charter Eagles hope to be an improved team in 2017.File photo

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 23 Difference rfntbt frtb tbrtffr fbrbbt btrtbb tfbtb bbtt fbtbfb ftrttbrtb tr bbrrbbr bb rbrfrb rbt tbrbrbbtb rfntnbbfn fbb br br t 283138 STEVEN RYZEWSKISENIOR SPORTS EDITORKristen Butlers softball career has taken her around the world. There have been many stops since she was a six-year standout for Central Florida Christian Academy as a star player at the University of Florida, as a professional player in Chicago and in Japan, and then there is her coaching career but Butler still can recall her time on the campus in east Ocoee. I grew up there, Butler said. I was there because mom worked there. I remember it like the back of my hand. Currently, shes only about 1,000 miles away in Piscataway Township, New Jersey, settling in as the recently hired head coach of the Rutgers University softball program. Its an exciting opportunity for the former Eagle to lead a program within the Big Ten after an incredibly successful four years at the University of Toledo her first go-around as a head coach after years as an assistant. Reached by phone Aug. 13, Butler said one of the more pressing goals for her and family is to simply finish unpacking. We havent been there a ton this week will kind of be our first week being (in the familys new home) for a good while, Butler said. Were trying to finish unpacking and get going. Getting going will be impor tant there is no rest for Division I coaches. The spring season for college softball, which begins in February, is closer than it seems, and the work recruiting and building a program never ends. Butler wouldnt have it any other way. Its always been a dream of mine, since I was a softball player, to be a head coach, Butler said. Toward the end of her playing career she retired in 2015 Butler began working as an assistant for a handful of programs, including her alma mater. Toledo gave her a shot as a head coach in 2014, and she did not disappoint, overseeing a turnaround wherein the Rock ets enjoyed their best four-year stretch since the late 1990s, reaching the 30-win plateau in 2018 for the first time since 1995. Earlier this year, she was recognized as the Mid-American Conferences Coach of the Year for the Rockets strong season. Now, preparing to lead the Scar let Knights, she has a good grip on coaching at the collegiate level and why she has been so taken by it. Its a constant learning thing each year the kids are different, and as a coach, you have to keep adapting to that, Butler said. Its fun because every day, I still get to get out there and play softball, too. Butler is looking forward to injecting a little more Florida into the program at Rutgers, too. While at Toledo, Butler had four players from Florida on the roster, including Samantha Golden, who graduated from West Orange High. She is excited to lean into her local connections and was pleasantly surprised when the roster she inherited already had a head start. I was excited to look at the roster at Rutgers and see theres a young lady from just south of Tampa, Butler said. Theres already a Florida girl there, and thatll be a good connection. Kristen Butler has had several stops in her soft ball career, as a player and a coach, making memories along the way. CFCA (player, 19972002): Butler was part of a run at CFCA where the Eagles softball program went to the FHSAA Final Four all six years she was part of the varsity team, winning two state championships. We didnt know any dierent other than going to the (FHSAA) Final Four, Butler said. UF (player, 2003-06): Butlers career for the Gators was so decorated that it is tough to pick out memories. She was recognized as SEC Player of the Year and was part of teams had several signature wins. I think just competing in the SEC, in general, was so fun, and we host ed regionals three out of four years that I was at Florida, Butler said. Professional career (2006-15): Butler had a number of stops in a professional playing career that carried over into her coaching days. She fondly remembers her time playing internationally, in Japan. I set a record over there for home runs, and I think that the culture shock was fun I would recommend (playing internationally) to any body, Butler said. The language barrier, I think that was so much fun theyre shouting things from the stands and you just turn and smile and wave. Toledo (head coach, 2014-18): Butler oversaw a program turnaround wherein the Rockets enjoyed their best fouryear stretch since the late 1990s and reached the 30-win plateau in 2018 for the rst time since 1995. She said that her second season coaching, Toledo stood out, during which the team went on a 13-game winning streak and made the conference tournament for the rst time in several years. That was just an unreal feat that that team did, and Ill never forget that, Butler said. Rutgers (head coach, 2018-present): Obviously, having just settled in at Rutgers, Butler has not had much time to make memories but she is condent they are coming. They have done nothing but have a red carpet for me, Butler said. Its been a really fun transition and Im very honored to be at Rutgers. There are several more memories to come at Rutgers.Settling in in scarlet MAKING MEMORIESPhoto courtesy of the University of Toledo CFCA softball alumna Kristen Butler was named the head coach of the program at Rutgers University this summer.

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 25 rfnftbb rfrf frrfr ntfrr b rf ftf rn frfnfnnn b Autos For Sale GOLF CART club car, 48 volt, high speed, very little use, like new. Needs batteries. $2,000 or best offer. 407-466-9163 db9/6 Garage/Moving/Estate Sales RUMMAGE SALEST. LUKES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH is sponsoring a huge rummage sale on Saturday, August 25th, from 8 am to 1 pm in the St. Lukes gymnasium. Everything from furniture to clothes to household items, toys, shoes, electronics, etc. you name it, will be on sale at great prices! All proceeds will go to charity. COME ONE COME ALL 4851 S. Apopka Vineland Road in Southwest Orlando! WHALE OF A S A L E gym full of bargains. Plants for sale. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, August 23, 24 and 25. 8AM ? 11149 Roberson Rd, W.G. 8/23bw rfr13178 W. Colonial Dr. Winter Garden Merchandise Wanted R E G I S T E R E D A K C Great Dane puppies available to approved homes. 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Company offers major medical plan, eye and dental plans, paid holiday, vacation, sick time, retirement for full time employees. Completive salary. Apply at Montverde Academy, CR 455, Montverde FL ma8/23 Help Wanted Sign up today for our FREE eNewsletter and get News You Can Use delivered right to your inbox! Just enter your email address in the subscribe here box at the bottom of our home page at: www.OrangeObserver.com TO ADVERTISE IN OUR CLASSIFIEDS CALL 407-656-2121Or email us at advertisenow@ orangeobserver.com CHURCH DIRECTORY 125 E. PLANT STREET WINTER GARDEN XNSP16474130 years and counting. On August 26, 1888, nine individuals believed that a church should be established and Winter Gardens rst institution was born. For a time the church met in railroad boxcars, but J.L. Dillard oered property near its current location.On Sunday August 26th, the church will celebrate. You are invited to join us! 280958BAPTISTFIRST 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.orgNON-DENOMINATIONALPURPOSE CHURCH ORLANDO 13640 W. Colonial Dr., Ste 110, Winter Garden 407-654-9661 Prayer 9:30AM, Fellowship 9:45AM, Service 10:05AM HAVEN OF GRACE BIBLE CHURCH 13520 Foxcrest Blvd. Winter Garden, FL 34787 Services 9:30 and 10:30AM 407-952-0510Advertise 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 Interested in a Montessori Education, with a Christian Worldview, for your preschool child? Learn more now by emailing Preschool Director Ginger Allen at ginger@MatthewsHopeMinistries.org XNSP16456OPEN HOUSE Saturday, September 15 10AM 2PMAdministrative Oces, Nurses Oce, Social Work Oce, Food, Hygiene & Clothing Pantries & Hope Chest Workshop611 Business Park Blvd. #101(o Story Rd. across from Orange Technical College)Our entire community is invited to stop in Administrative Oces 407.905.9500 MatthewsHopeMinistries.orgFacebook.com/MatthewsHopeMinistries

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WEST ORANGE TIMES & OBSERVER | THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 2018 27 r r rr fffffn tbbtbtrrrrfftfffffr FLOORING HOME SERVICES Residential Commercial Tile MetalEmail: keithksj@cfl.rr.com Ocoee, FL 34761President CCC1325778 r ff ROOFING ntbnnttnorb@HomeRebateRealty.com frffff tfft tfffbHomeRebateRealty.com REALTORS rfntbbtrffntb fnt n nntbbt btt b btb frr b rf nf LAWN CARE tnbbtnb b rn r C&A LAWN SERVICEtbb PROFESSIONAL SERVICES rfnt rfr ntrfbbbnnntnf rfnt bbnbnftbb bb t PET SERVICES PEST CONTROL rrrffntbtbt r tr We are Orlandos Fumigation Company Your ad here! 407-656-2121720 S. Dillard St Winter Garden, FL 34787 3.3" x 1" starting at $25.00 3.3" x 2" starting at $30.00 3.3" x 4" starting at $50.00 Color included on all ads! Publishes every Thursday, and deadlines Friday the week prior.3 Business Card Sizes to choose from: Here's My Card BUSINESS DIRECTORY TFN Your Complete Service Center 10 West Story Rd. Winter Garden, FL 34787REG# MV-01095Phone 407-656-6646 Richard Hudson Reggie Hudson TFN UPGRADES & REPAIRS VIRUS & SPYWARE REMOVAL DATA & PASSWORD RECOVERY WIRELESS & WIRED NETWORKINGSOLVING PROBLEMS SINCE 1990QUALITY SERVICE THAT COMES TO YOU FLAT RATE GUARANTEEblue kitecomputers.co msales@ blue kitecomputers.c om 407.374.0233 CRAWFORD TIRE SERVICE, INC.110 Taylor St. Ocoee (407) 656-4575MORE THAN JUSTTIRE VALUES Bridgetone Michelin Toyo BFG Tires ALIGNMENT BRAKES SHOCKS OIL & LUBE SERVICE NEW & USED TIRES REPAIR & BALANCING ROAD SERVICE WE INSTALL LIFTS! MV03215 Mobil 1 Oil Amsoil SyntheticTFN -FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED 407.296.9622 407.877.6268www.gsairsystems.com email: gsairsystems@cfl.rr.comLicensed & Insured State License #CAC1814407 Quality Service Sales Installation Commercial ResidentialCall for a FREE estimate on Equipment Replacement.We offer financing with approved credit TFNTFN TRAYWICK'S GARAGE1045 S. Vineland Rd. Winter Garden New and Used Tires Alignment Complete Auto Repair A/C Serv. & More 407-656-1817 FIRE TECH EXTINGUISHER SERVICEOcoee, FLDanny MotesCell 407-466-4738 Tel 407-654-2395 Fax 407-654-2986www.Firetechextinguisher.com TFN AIR CONDITIONING AUTO SERVICE COMPUTERS Travis HamricBranch Manager 1081 9th Street Winter Garden, FL 34787 (407) 654-9516 Office (407) 491-0355 Mobile (407) 654-0145 Fax pcm050@sunbeltrentals.com sunbeltrentals.com Mention this ad for10% OFF your rental 4/28/16 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AUTO SERVICE CONTINUED REALTORS TFN TFN Residential Commercial Tile Metal407.614.5962Email: keithksj@cfl.rr.com Ocoee, FL 34761Keith KellerPresident CCC1325778 UPGRADES & REPAIRS VIRUS & SPYWARE REMOVAL DATA & PASSWORD RECOVERY WIRELESS & WIRED NETWORKING ROOFING CONSTRUCTION FINANCIAL SERVICES Andrew T. KatsanisYour Local Financial Advisor32 East Plant St. Winter Garden, FL 34787 Bus. 407-877-0534 Fax. 877-222-5656 Cell. 352-242-7063 andrew.katsanis@edwardjones.com www.edwardjones.com Erectile Dysfunction Drugs May Be Dangerous To Your HealthFREE book by doctor reveals what the drug companies dont want you to know!(800) 960-4255www.MensMedicalClinic.com HEALTH SERVICES Bob & Edie Gentile 561-744-7016No home parties No large nancial risk Free and simple training provided Lots of friends, fun and freedom TFN Your pets home away from homea unique no-cage facility daycare and overnight boarding(407) 654-8885703 S. Vineland Rd. Winter Garden, FL 34787www.puppydreams.com Puppy Dreams Pet Hotel PET SERVICES WE BUY JUNK CARS WE BUY SCRAP METAL OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8AM 5PM www.budgetupullit.com 881 S. 9th Street Winter Garden, FL 34787 407-656-4707 Specializing in BMW, Mercedes and Volvo Service & SalesKeeping You On the Road $75.00 Includes up to 7 qts. full synthetic oil, lube, & lter. Tax and recycling fee extra. See store for details. Not valid with any other oers. Expires 6/30/15. FULL SYNTHETIC OIL CHANGE Expires 12/31/15.FREE DELIVERY, Visit our Website for Monthly Specials www.certi edbuildingsystems .com 407-380-71338001 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32807 RENT TO OWN FINANCING AVAILABLE CERTIFIED BUILDING SYSTEMS Visit our Website for Monthly Specials FINANCING AVAILABLE Ask About Our $1000 CASH GIVEAWAYO er ends 8/31/15 MYWAY LIEN & RECOVERY COMPANY Mechanics & Storage LiensGET CLEAN TITLE IN 31 DAYS LICENSED TITLE CLERK Processing and Legal Fees $390.00 Includes: Title history report, legal owner & lien holder & theft search. Notice of claim of lien certicate mailed to all parties. If address changed local law enforcement agency will be notied. Newspaper advertising for auction date. Auction at law oce. If lien is not satised, clean title will be issued by private tag agency, same day service, fast clean titles. Just send us your work order, copy of your repair MV License by fax or email.Down payment of $200 and remaining balance due when clean title is issued.Phone 407-970-3060 Fax 321-226-5000mywaylien@gmail.com www.mywaylien.com YOUR CARD HERE! TO ADVERTISE CALL 407-656-2121or email: AdvertiseNow@OrangeObserver.com IN PRINT AND ONLINE! 2018 rfn tbbf rf rntrr b r tbbf rrt ttr r tb

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