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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Opinion
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    Section A: Main continued
        page A 5
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        page A 8
        page A 9
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    Section B: Sports
        page B 1
        page B 2
    Section B: Community Events
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        page B 7
        page B 8
        page B 9
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    Section C: Kicks, This Week
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        page C 2
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    Section C: Public Notices
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    Section C: Classified
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March 12, 2005


DRIVE TO MAKE ROADS SAFER


Agencies
again seek

cameras at P


intersections
By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Despite testimonials from
local police on its effective-
ness, area lawmakers are
refusing to back red-light run-
ning camera enforcement
this legislative session
because of government intru-
-sion concerns.
Rep. Ron Reagan, R-
Sarasota, and Sen. Steve
Wise, R-Jacksonville, are cur-
rently sponsoring legislation
that would allow the auto-
mated cameras to catch driv-
ers that run red lights. The
cameras, which are permit-
ted in 19 states, are outlawed
in Florida.
But Rep. Frank Atkisson,
R-Kissimmee, and Sen. Gary
Siplir, D-Orlando. which.,.
both have sections of Osceo-
la County in their districts,
will not back such a measure.
"I think it's a violation of
constitutional rights," Siplin
said. "There is no need for
it."
Atkisson echoed Siplin's
remarks.
"I think it's too much of a
Big Brother tactic," he said.
But with more than 900
people dying and nearly
200,000 injured in annual
crashes nationwide involving
red-light running, according
to the Insurance Institute for
Highway Safety, local
authorities said cameras are
needed to crack down on
offenses.
With the passage of the
See Cameras, page A-3


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News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
Cars apparently run the red light at John Young Parkwa and U.S. Highway
192 in Kissimmee Thursday. License plates have been blurred out to protect
privacy.

2 Osceola intersections on worst list


By Marvin G. Cortner
News-Gazette Staff Writer.
Osceola County has two
of the 10 worst locations in
metropolitan Orlando when
it comes to safety to
motorists, bicyclists and
pedestrians.
MetroPlan Orlando, which
oversees transportation
planning in Osceola,
Orange and Seminole coun-
ties, Thursday unveiled its
list of dangerous intersec-
tions in a program called
Worst 1st Regional Traffic
Safety Solutions.
MetroPlan also reported
the 10 worst, citizen behav-
iors as they walk, drive or
ride on the region's streets
and roadways.
Osceola County's most
dangerous intersections
between 1998 and 2003


Few voters


expected at


St. Cloud polls

Davis, Slatton square off

for seat on City Council


By Jason Holland
News-Gazette Staff Writer
With only two candidates in
one race, low turnout is
expected for the Tuesday St.
Cloud City Council election.
Seat 5 incumbent Wade
Davis and challenger Mike
Slatton who have expressed
vastly different views on how
to harness development and
retain the unique charm of the
city say they are continuing to
reach out to voters.
Two-term Councilwoman
Mickey Hopper, Seat 4, fac-


ing no opposition, will be
automatically re-elected to her
third two-year term.
"I would hope for a good
turnout, but historically St.
Cloud in off-year elections has
low turnout," said Davis, who
expects about 15 percent
turnout at the polls.
Davis said with a full sched-
ule from his job, community
work and council obligations,
adding campaign work has
been a challenge, but he feels
See St. Cloud, page A-6


Eyes on finish line


Artwork/MetroPlan Orlando
MetroPlan Orlando said two of the most danger-
ous intersections in Central Florida are at Vine
Street and U.S. Highway 192 and U.S. Highway
17-92 and Poinciana Boulevard.


were:
*U.S. Highway 17-92
and Poinciana Boulevard,
with 64 reported serious
crashes resulting in one fatal-


ity and 92 injuries. Failure to
yield resulted in 28 crashes,
15 incidents of careless driv-
ing, eight improper turns,
See Worst, page A-3


News-Gazette Photo, Sam Roberts
Deon Daniels approaches the finish line in the
25-meter wheelchair race during the Special
Olympics track and field event held at Poin-
ciana High School Thursday.


County waiting to

change building codes


By Marvin G. Cortner
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The storms that swept
Florida could be prompting
changes in state and local
building codes.
Changes in any county
codes will likely occur after
any change in the state level.
Jeffrey DeBoer, director of
the Osceola County Building
Department, in a recent
memo to the County Com-
mission, urged patience in
changing local building codes.
He recommended that the
county first allow Florida to
amend its code. Those
changes would take effect July
1.
"Statewide amendments
will either be included at that
time or follow shortly there-
after to address items learned
from the hurricanes," wrote
DeBoer.
In general, the most preva-
lent damage in Central Florida
involved failure of roofs and
aluminum structures and
water intrusion through walls.
Osceola County did not expe-
rience widespread water intru-
sion, DeBoer said, adding that
the culprit for this problem


where it did occur involved
cracks in stucco not being
sealed by exterior paint.
DeBoer added that most
new roofs installed according
to state building codes per-
formed well but that asphalt
shingle roofs older than 14
years performed poorly due
to staples being used (rather
than nails), not enough fasten-
ers and, most importantly, the
brittle nature of shingles
resulting from many years in
the Florida sun.
Installing heavier underlay
material and some new gener-
ation plastic and self-adhesive
products are being looked into
as a way to keep interiors dry
if shingles do blow off, said
DeBoer, adding that ridge,
off-ridge and soffit vents also
allowed water intrusion and
that some design changes are
already in the works for these.
The department head said
that structures built in the last
four years under the latest
Florida Building Code per-
formed well in the hurricanes.
He also cautioned that local
changes to the building code
need state approval and that
See Building, page A-6


GIVING TEACHERS A GIFT


I" ".. .
News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
Kissimmee Middle School eighth-grade American history teacher Richard
Eric Byrd picks out notepads at A Gift for Teaching Osceola store Monday.


By Ed Scott
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Richard Eric Byrd, an
eighth-grade American his-
tory teacher at Kissimmee
Middle School, recalls one
day when a student's back-
pack ripped apart. When he,
saw the boy trying to staple
it together, Byrd told him to
stay after class.


The boy thought he was
in trouble, but he wasn't.
Instead, Byrd presented
him with a new backpack
he had picked up at A Gift
for Teaching of Osceola


County, the free store for
teachers located off Simp-
son Road in the New
Beginnings Complex.
See Gift, page A-7


Former

coach

faces

child sex

charges
By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer
A former Orlando youth
baseball coach accused of
molesting an Osceola County
boy last month was arrested
again Tues-
day on simi-
lar charges
after a sec-
ond boy
came for-
waE d w i n
Vasquez, a
f o r m e r Edwin
coach for Vasquez
the Osceola
Rage, a team in the Amateur
Athletic Union youth baseball
league, was. arrested and
charged with lewd and lascivi-
ous conduct after an 11-year-
old Orlando player claimed
that he was molested.
See Charged, page A-8


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Patriot Act in October of
2001, which broadened gov-
ernment surveillance powers,
St. Cloud Police Chief Pat
Kelly questioned government
intrusion concerns.
"The whole issue is about
saving lives," Kelly said.
About half the deaths
recorded are pedestrians and
occupants in other vehicles
hit by red-light runners, insti-
tute reports said.
The cameras snap photos
of cars that enter an inter-
section once the light has
turned red and then take a
second picture from the back
to identify the license plate.
Some jurisdictions have addi-
tional cameras that also take
photos of the driver.
A citation is then mailed
to the violator.
"The cameras are the eas-
iest way to go and have been
effective in other jurisdic-
tions," said Kissimmee City.
Manager Mark Durbin. -
A 1999 institute study in
Oxnard, Calif., showed that
red-light running violations
across the city dropped by
42 percent after the city near
Los Angeles adopted photo
enforcement of intersec-
tions. Front to side or "T-
bone" collisions, 'the crash
type most associated with
red-light running, was
reduced by 32 percent in the
area, studies showed.
And in Fairfax, Va., viola-
tions were reduced by 40
percent after only one year.
of enforcement, studies.
showed.
"It's almost just as good as
a cop," Kelly said.
But law enforcement offi-
cers should be able to handle
the problem, Siplin said.
"That's why we have
police officers," Siplin
added. "That's what they get
paid for."
The problem, however, is
that officers can't be at every
intersection to spot offernd-
ers, said Kissimmee Police


Sgt. Jimmy Haddock, who
leads the traffic unit.
"We would be able to do
enforcement without having
*to put an officer at an inter-
section," Haddock said. "It
would free them up to do
other enforcement."
If signed into law, the city
could also conduct a public
education campaign on cam-
era enforcement, which
might persuade motorists to
think twice, Haddock added.
"They'll say, 'Hey, I'm
going to get caught if I run a
red light at an intersection,'
Haddock noted.
Recently, the Florida
Department :of Transporta-
tion placed concretemedians
on U.S. Highway 192 in
Kissimmee tc. t..p cars froir-m
cutting across the road from
side streets and causing a
crash, Atkis..c'n said Com-
bating that problem, other
infrastructure design need
to be identified to deter red-
light running, he said.
"That's really what we
need to be looking at,"
Atkisson said.
Police are currently using
confirmation lights when
working red-light enforce-
. ment operations. A white
bulb is affixed to the top of
every traffic signal in the
city. When the light is red,
the bulb is illuminated, allow-
ing police patrols to watch
violators from the side or
even-behind the signal. The
lights' were installed in 2003.
It' a huge maniapo%;.er
opera ton even u.ith the con-
firmation lights,' Durbin
said."
Haddock backed Durbin's
comments.
"They (lights) are just a
tool to help us," Haddock
said. "The confirmation
lights take us off the ground
but camera enforcement
would take us to the limit."
Contact Brian McBride at
407-846-7600, Ext. 208.
E-mail at bmcbride@ t "
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four cases of red-light running
and one crash that was the
result of an improper lane
change. There were no. pedes-
trian-related crashes and only
one bicycle crash. The crash
rate at this location was 7.83
per 10 million vehicle cross-
ings.
*U.S. 192 and John Young
Parkway, with 78 reported
serious crashes. There were
no fatalities at this location but
'72 injuries. Careless driving
caused 52 crashes; failure to-
yield, 15; red-light running,
11; and following too closely,
12. There were seven crashes
involving pedestrians and two
with bicycles. The crash rate
at this site was 4.54 per 10
million vehicle crossings.
The' worst motorist habits,
according to MetroPlan, and
not in any order of magni-
tude, were: red-light running;
aggressive driving that
includes speeding, improper
lane changes and tailgating;
failure to yield to pedestrians
at crosswalks; failure to wear
seat belts; driving under the
influence of alcohol or drugs;
distracted driving (talking on
the telephone, adjusting the
radio or talking with a passen-
ger, for example); and driving
with a suspended or revoked
license.
For pedestrians, their worst
habits are blatant violations of
crosswalk signals, and for
bicyclists, riding on the wrong
side of the roadway and riding
at night without lights.
"Nationally, we've seen a
herd where the number of
riousi- accidents and fatalities
has declined but in Central
Florida and Florida, we've
seen a spike, a drastic
increase in fatalities in recent
years," said Seminole County
Commissioner Randy Morris,
who is chairman of Metro-
Plan.
Morris said that in a five-
year period the three-county


area had 467 fatalities on the
roadways in some form or
fashion.
Morris said the goal of
MetroPlan, with support from
elected officials and citizens
from throughout the region, is
to get control of the rising
fatality rate by addressing cer-
tain kinds of behavior through
traffic regulation enforcement,
by providing the latest equip-
ment and engineering solu-
tions and by educating, or re-
educating if necessary, driv-
ers, pedestrians and bicyclists.
Harry Barley, MetroPlan
executive director, said red-
light running is the cause of 5
percent' of all crashes in the
region.
"It's not just illegal, it's'ver
dangerous," he said."."
Barley also said:,.some
motorists have little t.id for
pedestrians; that b0 percent
of those killed in vehicle crash-
es weren't v.e'riino seat belt.,
8 percent of cirshes wcier due
to impaired dir.'ing re-ultti-gi
from alcohol cr ,drug use; arnd
that as many as 5 percent of
moving violations given out in
Orange County went to driv-
ers who already had revoked
or suspended licenses.
"The court 'seems to have a
cavalier attitude and often
gives repeat offenders a slap
on the wrist," said Barley.
He said many judge; ate
reluctant to take away dri r.ing
privileges because of the
financial impact it could have
on the individual or his family.
Morris, in talking about the
10 most dangerous intsec-i.
.tions, said the U.S 17 92
intersection in Osce-ola Coun-
ty is in a high growth area
with a significant number of
drivers who may not know the
rules of the road because of
language issues, may not
know the territory very well or
who have bad driving habits.
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get involved in dealing with
the safety issue.
Mercer fdded that equip-
ment is being installed at the
two intersections on the
MetroPlan list that will help
police officers better enforce
red-light running. He also said
the County Commission on
Monday would hold a work-
shop to address a number of
transportation issues, includ-
'ing safety.'
"As chairman of Lynx, I
can say we are doing our part
1,,r pe.i-shtrianr safety," he said,
SrI-_i-in, to .a tw.'o-minute edu-
cati:,onal public service
'announcement being aired on
Lynx buses. "We hope
sch::.l-s, will show this in their
classes as well."
Osceola County Sheriff's
Sat Larrv Sa'. edce, \'.'ho
attended the meeting v'herie
the lists '.'ere released, said
people: often ask what law
enforcement is going to do
about motorists' bad behavior.
"The citizens of Central
Florida need to look in the
mirror and be responsible for
their own behavior," he said.
Savedge said the county
has added a drug recognition
officer to its staff that will help
in DUI arrests.
:,"We've also targeted the
12 worst DUI offenders in the
county," he said We're mon-
itoring them very closely. If
you choose to operate a
.motor vehicle \vhile under the
Influefnc. ,f drug. o0r alcohol
in O~,:,ola Cournty and you
are caught, you will go to jail."
Some safety programs
already being implemented in
different areas of the region
are: New intersections will
have pedestrian countdown
features that show how much
time remains before a light


changes; more intersections
where red-light running
occurs are .getting confirma-
tion lights allowing for better
police enforcement.
On the legislative and polit-
ical level, both elected officials
and citizens are clamoring for
stiffer fines for various traffic
offenses and mandatory court
appearances; better drivers
education for high school stu-
dents; legislation allowing
police to stop and ticket
motorists solely for not wear-
ing seat belts; and an enforce-
able aggressive driving statute.
Seminole County Sheriff
Don Eslinger said law enforce-
ment doesn't like to do crack-
downs because of motorist
backlash. What is needed, he
said, is for the $75 fine for
red-light running, for exam-
ple, to be doubled as a way to
get people's attention.
"In Seminole County,
home..:,c.ners can get radar
guns for use in their neighbor-
'ioods to help deal with speed-
ers," said Eslinger, adding that
improving safety must be a
collaborative effort between
the community and local
police.
"I'm optimistic we can
make an impact, that we can
really make a difference," he
said.
The other eight worst inter-
sections are: State Route 50
and State Route 436 and east
on State Route 50; the 1-4
ramp to Lake Mary Boule-
vard; U.S. 441 and Gore
Street; Pine Hills Road and
Silver Star Road; International
Dri.'-, and Kirkman Road;
State Route 436 and Howell
Branch Road; U.S. 17/92
and State Road 434; and
State Road 551 and Universi-
ty Boulevard.
'Contact Marvin G. Cortner I
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 205. E-
mail at mcortner@
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Opinion


Editorial ,


Vote Tuesday


St. Cloud voters will not have
two other issues to pull them out to
the polls this year.
Last year, the city election was
combined with the presidential pref-
erence poll and a measure propos-
ing to increase the sales tax to fund
education.
Those two issues, coupled with
the St. Cloud city election, got 24
percent of the registered-voters to
the polls last spring. The turnout
recorded by the city voters was
substantially higher than the 16
percent registered outside the city
limits.
.Hopefully, Tuesday will not be a
repeat of two years ago when less
than 10 percent of the city's voters
bothered to show up at the polls.
There has been a lack of the so-
called hot button issues that get
people out to the polls. That
shouldn't mean that city residents
should lack interest in the outcome
of the election.
At stake Tuesday is deciding
which way the City Council will
turn for at least the next year.
The council is often split and this
seat determines which way an


issue will be decided.
Whoever sits in the seat up for
grabs Tuesday will determine the
shape of the Community Redevel-
opment Agency for the city. The
city wants the district to stretch
along U.S. Highway 192 and
include the downtown area. Osceola
County, which must approve the
district, believes the district area is
too large.
The individual elected Tuesday
will have to determine how to bal-
ance the desire to maintain the
city's "small town" atmosphere in
the face of unprecedented growth.
The City Council will also be
dictating the annexation policy of
the city and determine whether
the current course is too aggres-
sive or too passive.
We believe thereare enough
issues that will determine the future
course of the city to get residents
out to the polls Tuesday. We hope
that voters would agree and show'
up to make their voices heard.
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I like hypocrites.
You would, too, if you had this
job. A hypocrite is the next best
thing to a day off. Some pious
moralizer contradicts his words
with his deeds and the column all
but writes itself.
It's different with Bill Cosby.
I don't know if he did what a
Canadian woman has alleged:
drugged her and fondled her. Cosby
denies the accusation and the fact
that prosecutors have declined to
prosecute obviously supports him.
Still, his ambiguous remarks in this
week's National. Enquirer interview
("Looking back on it, I realize that
words and actions can be misinter-
preted...") leave open the interpreta-
tion that something illicit might have
occurred.
All that aside, there is one thing
I do know. Bill Cosby has built a
career as an avuncular teller of
family-friendly tales. It is not mere
hyperbole when he is described as
America's dad. And these allega-
tions, whether true, false, or some-
where in between, are starkly at


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odds with that image.
What is infinitely worse, though,
is that they undermine his moral
authority precisely at the moment he
was using that authority to prod
black America into a long-overdue
public discussion. His language was
overbroad and sometimes harsh, I
will grant. But who can deny that last
year's now-famous remarks about
lackadaisical parenting, refusal to
invest in education and willingness to
embrace street values among the
black underclass struck a chord pre-
cisely because there was more than a
little truth in them?
Cosby talked about black folks
,like black folks do when white folks
are not around. In so doing, he
sparked a national debate about the.
need for the black community to


bear at least some of the onus for
its own dysfunction. It is worth not-
ing that he is one of maybe two
black people on earth (Oprah Win-
frey is the other) beloved enough,
"black" enough, respected enough
.and with moral authority enough to
have pulled that off.
So it's painful to see that authori-
ty compromised. I take solace in
remembering that moral authority is
not the same as moral infallibility.
Out on the Worldwide Web,
meantime, some folks are looking,
not for solace but for blood. Like the'
person who suggested on one mes-
sage board that the Cosby con-
tretemps was manufactured by liberal
conspirators out to silence him
before he could derail their gravy
train. I am not nearly as paranoid as
I'd have to be to buy that notion.
At the other extreme is a small
cadre of black commentators gleeful
at what they see as Cosby's comeup-
pance. It's that silly, shortsighted
response that vexes me most.
I will put the obligatory disclaimer
here. Racism exists. Racism oppress-


Who can deny that last year's now-famous
remarks by Bill Cosby about lackadaisical parent-
ing, refusal to invest in education and willingness
to embrace street values among the black under-
class struck a chord precisely because there was
more than a little truth in them?


es.. But after you acknowledge that,
after you commit yourself to sound-
ing the alarm and resisting it wherev-
er it is found, what do you do next?
Must black progress await the day
racism no longer exists and oppress-
es? If so, it will wait a very long time.
Cosby's achievement was to get
black folks talking "publicly" about
our role in our own uplift, to encour-
age us to see ourselves not .as pas-
sive victims of what white people do
to us, but rather, as men and women
capable of taking our fate in our own
hands. The debate he sparked was
difficult, healthy and "needed."
As somebody who has followed
Bill Cosby since the days of "I Spy,"
I will admit to a certain affection for
the man. But here, I speak from


affection for my community.
Its once-upon-a-time values, its
once-upon-a-time solidarity and
strength,, have been largely lost in
this era of nihilistic violence, shiny
materialism and aniiti-intellcctILiA poS-
turing. We should be. fearless in
exploring "any" avenue that promis-
es to return us to the best of what we
were. Yet some of us rejoice at'the
stumbling of a man who tried to
point the way?
That's about as hypocritical as it
gets.
Leonard Pitts is a columnist
for the Miami Herald, 1 Herald
Plaza, Miami, Fla., 33132.
Readers may contact him at
888-251-4407 or via e-mail at
lpitts@herald.com.


Letter


Problem drivers
To the editor:
As a former resident of England
now residing here I am witnessing
the careless and reckless behavior of
so many drivers.
The facts are so obvious and
must be known to the authorities
that, seem unwilling or unable to leg-
islate for tougher penalties' to
offenders.
I list but a few of the problems:
Driving too close to vehicle in
front (no braking distance)
Driving as if they are in Day-
tona's race
Jumping red lights
*. Impatient at junctions
Driving as they chat on cell
phone with one hand on steering
wheel and show a complete lack of
concentration
Driving in vehicles that are
falling apart, very dangerous
Age of learner driver too young
Driving .test should be on nor-
mal roads in traffic
Unless action is taken to improve
the situation, the number of acci-
dents will steadily increase and in
many cases loss of life and terrible
injuries will follow.
I trust the above facts will be of
assistance to bring the matter to
safer traveling for all road users.
Brenda Leather
Kissimmee
Responds
to letter
To the editor:
The letter begins: "Fifty-eight per-
cent of, all students at Poinciana
High are receiving free or reduced
lunch support. I found this quite
troubling." It then goes on to berate,


belittle and besmirch the school and
its surrounding community.
If one is not irked by such let-
ters to the editor concerning our
school, and community, it is
because one understands the fea-
tures, which distinguish facts from
imaginative ramblings.
According to our School
Improvement Plan, approximately
39 percent of our students receive
free and reduced lunches. That
means that even less receive free
lunches. That also means that the
majority of our students pay for
lunch. *
Taking a quick survey of my class
of juniors and seniors, approximate-
ly 25 percent have driver's licenses;
of these, less than 20 percent own
cars and pay for insurance.
Of the students I surveyed, none,
live within three blocks of the
school. According to our School
Improvement Plan, almost all our
students ride school buses to school.
In Poinciana, a deed of restric-
tions sees to it that the homeowners
maintain '(ideally) their property.
Manicured lawns are a sign of
adherence to this document, not a
sign of wealth in the community.
And yes, lack of "homeless" people
in Poinciana is something the com-
munity can take pride in.
Two cars in a driveway in Poin-,
.ciana... well, you see spouses/cou-
ples must each have a car because
each has a different job in this ser-
vice economy, which pays so little.
Extended families sometimes reside
in the same household, hence more
than two automobiles will be seen at
times in the driveway.
In the community, one will not
find just "groups of people" sharing
a roof. Generally, people residing
under the same roof are extended


families: father, mother, grandfa-
ther, sister, brother, cousin... they
are not strangers. Because this is
not the "ideal" mother, father, 2.3
children, and a dog, does not make
them less of a family.
One could go on...
But this is a democracy, and
everyone is entitled to their own
imaginative ramblings which can be
,taken as gospel.
Carlos Cayasso
Math teacher
Poinciana High School
Retire lights
To the editor:
We moved to St. Cloud from
Ocoee at the end of October. I lived
in the "manor" 25 years ago but
had not been back to Osceola Coun-
ty in quite a few years.
When our main street was deco-
rated, I laughed until I cried. I know
for a fact those are the same deco-
rations from 25 years ago. Although
the antiquated decorations did bring
back memories, I think it really is
time to "retire" them.
We have such a quaint beautiful
little town and it deserves to be
adorned in pretty new decorations
next year.
Cheryl Joynes
St. Cloud
Bigger is
not better
To the editor:
In regard to the Osceola News-
Gazette Saturday edition dated 05
March 2005 front page story "Larg-
er jets could be landing at Kissim-
mee airport:" As a long-time resi-
dent of Orange Gardens, Kissim-
mee, I have seen numerous changes
(not all of them for the better) from
renaming Limit Street to Thacker,


the widening of Thacker (now a race
track to Poinciana), the increase of
property taxes (mainly for public
schools overseen by a fiscally
unqualified, incompetent School
Board), and the destruction of a
small, rural community which is now
a bedroom community of Orlando,
and a .second-rate source of'
overnight beds and restaurants for
his majesty Walt Disney-Eisner's
guests. The graveling of Vine Street
(now U.S. 192) to the county com-
missioner's house just over Shingle
Creek; the street then continued
westward as an unmarked, unpaved
grove road to beyond the county
line.
Needless to say that property val-
ues have not increased commensu-.
rately with the inflation rate of the
dollar, mainly because Kissimmee is
no longer a desirable community in
which to live and raise a family.
Now, with the addition of an airport
inadequately managed by the city
(lack of direction and proper man-
agement), the buzzing of small air-
craft will soon be replaced with the
roar of jet engines.
In the mid 1980's San Francisco
International Airport banned the
Boeing 727 aircraft from its airport
as "too noisy." Also, departing
flights were not allowed between the
hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.,
although arriving flights were
allowed during those hours. Need I
say more?
God forbid that we should
become a community of abandoned
houses and stores. Take a look at
downtown Kissimmee arid see our
future.
Bigger is not better. The bottom
line should not be lord and master.
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St. Cloud
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he has managed to reach out
to the community. He has
focused especially on the
"super voters" who consis-
tently vote in each election.
Through his campaigning,
Davis said he has gotten a lot
of positive feedback from citi-
zens who are pleased with the
way he and the council are
directing the city. He said
while residents are concerned
about development, they
understand change is
inevitable and that the council
is working to control develop-
ment and retain St. Cloud's
small town feel.
"I don't feel a groundswell
for change," said Davis, who
has served a one-year special


term and is seeking his second
two-year term.
"I feel I've done a good job
for the city. It's about serving
the people, and I feel I served
them well."
In the last days before the
election, Davis said he will
be "tying up loose ends,"
contacting residents that
have specific questions or
concerns. Expect to see him
today waving from street
corners.
Davis said while it would
have been nice not to face
opposition like his fellow
council member Hopper, he
values the campaign experi-
ence.
"The campaign gets you


out talking to the people. You
get a feel for what the citizens
want and desire," said Davis.
Slatton, a newcomer to the
political scene, said he is run-
ning because he sees a need
for a more proactive
approach to control develop-
ment in the city, through bet-
ter annexation, stricter archi-
tectural guidelines and more-
timely infrastructure improve-
ments. Though he has not
served on any city boards, he
feels his educational back-
ground in public administra-
tion and planning would well
serve the city.
During the campaign he
has visited the homes of
more than 3,000 voters, said


Slatton, who noted a very
receptive audience for his
views on the city. In the run
up to Tuesday, Slatton plans
a mass mailing of campaign
literature.
,"If people- don't like my
message they're not telling
me," said Slatton.
Though he also expects a
low turnout, Slatton expects it
to be a close race.
"I feel my message has got-
ten out. I've brought up issues
that need to be addressed,"
said Slatton. "Win or lose,
some changes will take place
that will save the culture and
character of St. Cloud."
Slatton, 38, a five-year res-
ident of St. Cloud, -is currently


St. Cloud Coun-
cilman Wade
Davis will face
Mike Slatton in
his bid for re-
election March

Wade Davis Mike Slatton


a graduate student at the Uni-
versity of Central Florida
studying public administration
and planning.
Davis, 58, is a 14-year res-
ident of the city and a
research and evaluation spe-
cialist for the Osceola County
School District. He is also
heavily involved in a wide vari-
ety of organizations including


veterans and community out-
reach groups and the cham-
ber of commerce.
Council members are paid
$8,814 per year, while the
mayor receives $10,577.
Members serve two-year
terms.
Contact Jason Holland at
407-846-7600, Ext. 207.
E-mail at jholland@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Building
Continued from page A-I


the changes would be good
only for three years unless
included in the next Florida
Building Code update.
"The best and most helpful
thing we can do for our citi-
zens is to educate them on the
maintenance of their homes
and to urge them to replace
their roofing materials before
they fail," wrote DeBoer.
The county building depart-
ment plans to develop a hand-
out to give to homeowners
and possibly conduct seminars
on how to better prepare
homes and outbuildings for a
hurricane.
In general, investigators
who studied structures after
the 2004 hurricanes in Florida
have said that Hurricanes
Charley first and then Ivan
provided the best learning
environments since Hurricane
Andrew in 1992.
Among the findings
announced so far: heating and
cooling equipment that dis-


lodged from mountings -
especially from roofs added
to the debris and contributed
to damage; hurricane shutters
performed well; older manu-
factured homes, carports,
sheds and screen enclosures
suffered significant damage;
sheathing and soffit failure
contributed to widespread
roof damage; Spanish barrel
roof tiles and shingles showed
significant damage, with wind-
blown tiles resulting in dam-
age to nearby structures; and
there was great inconsistency
found in the placement of
structural hurricane clips tying
building parts together.
Other findings include:
Most public hurricane shelters
performed well; many critical
and essential buildings failed
for the same reason that
homes did (roof, window,
door or garage door failures
that allowed the wind to enter
the structure); and older
homes failed at a higher rate


Investigators who studied structures after
the 2004 hurricanes in Florida have said
that Hurricanes Charley first and then Ivan
provided the best learning environments
since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.


than newer ones.
A Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency report
assessing the damage from
Hurricane Charley should be
out by mid-March and the
report will help guide state
and local officials in making
any needed changes to the
building code.
Hurricane season begins
June 1 and runs through Nov.
30. Historically, the mostly
likely months for hurricanes
to hit Central Florida are
August and October.
The latest prediction is that
hurricane landfalls in the
Atlantic basin will be 155 per-
cent of average in 2005,
according to Tropical Storm
Risk, a consortium of experts


on insurance, risk manage-
ment and seasonal climate
forecasting led by the Ben-
field Hazard Research Centre
at University College London.
According to the consor-
tium, which has accurately
predicted the last -several
years of hurricane activity,
there is a 76 percent proba-
bility of an above-normal
Atlantic hurricane season, an
18 percent probability of a
near-normal season and only
a 6 percent chance of a
below-normal season
The prediction is for 14
tropical storms for the
Atlantic basin as a whole,
with eight of these being hur-
ricanes and four intense hurri-


canes. Storm risk also pre-
dicts that four tropical storms
will strike the U.S., of which
two would be hurricanes, and
that two tropical storms, one
of which would be a hurri-
cane, would strike the
Caribbean Lesser Antilles.
The two, main climate fac-
tors influencing the storm risk
hurricane forecast for 2005
are the expected values in
August and September for
the speed of trade winds
which blow -westward across
the tropical Atlantic and
Caribbean Sea and the tem-
perature of the sea waters


between west Africa and the
Caribbean where many hurri-
canes develop. The consor-
tium anticipates weaker than
normal trade winds and
warmer than normal waters
in 2005; conditions which
both favor an above-average
hurricane season.
As always, the consortium
warns that there is a great
deal of uncertainty about hur-
ricane and tropical storm sea-
son predictions.
Contact Marvin G. Cortner
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 205. E-
mail at mcortner@
osceolanewsgazette.com


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Gazette routinely publishes anniversaries of residents
of Osceola County whenever space permits. The news-
paper accepts photographs to accompany anniver-
saries but assumes no liability for a lost photograph.
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One national study shows
that government funding
provides only 5 cents per
student per day for supplies,
while another shows that the
average teacher spends
about $1,200 of his own
money annually for supplies.
Statewide, teachers are allo-
cated about $100 each
school year for supplies in
addition to funds each school
receives for supplies..
The Osceola branch of A
Gift for Teaching recently cel-
ebrated its one-year anniver-
sary. Paper may be the tradi-
tional gift for a first anniver-
sary, but if you give paper to
the folks who operate this
store, they'll find a teacher
who needs it more.
To reduce the burden on
teachers, A Gift for Teaching
distributes free supplies -
everything from crayons,
pencils, glue and paper to
token gifts they give students
as an incentive for good
behavior and high academic
performance.
Since opening in February
2004, this retail-style store
has received more than 3,400
shopping visits, and distrib-
uted school supplies valued at
almost $850,000. It quite
likely saved teachers, parents
and the school district a simi-
lar sum.
Everyday items are among
the most popular. More than
134,000 pencils, 14,000
books, 5,000 glue containers
and 3,700 packages of lined
paper have been distributed.
When something unusual is
donated, it's put on a shelf
with a note asking teachers to
talk about what they use it for,
while still in the store.
While the store eases the


burden on teachers, it also
reduces the everyday stress of
low-income students who
need supplies that others take
for granted. Putting everyone
at a similar level regarding
supplies in the classroom
gives each student an equal
opportunity to learn.
Beverly Brizendine, direc-
tor of elementary education
for the Osceola County
School District, is also a mem-
ber of A Gift for Teaching's
task force.
"We want all children to
have equal access to a good
education," Brizendine said.
"It's extremely valuable for
our teachers to assist stu-
dents whose parents don't
have the funds to provide all
the necessary materials for
their children."
A Gift for Teaching of
Osceola County resulted from
a partnership between the
Foundation for Osceola Edu-
cation and A Gift for Teach-
ing, an Orlando-based, non-
profit organization that
opened in 1998 and has dis-
tributed supplies valued at
more than $12 million to
teachers in Orange, Osceola
and Seminole counties.
The Orange and Osceola
stores share inventory and
coordinate solicitations of area
businesses.
Prior to last year, the Orlan-
do store supplied teachers in
Osceola County. But with
Osceola County's needs grow-,
ing, as more schools are built,
and the trek to Orlando get-
ting more difficult, the founda-
tion opened the Osceola
County store last year, sought
donations from the communi-
ty and used e-mail to market


the store to teachers.
Surveys of district teachers
show that the store is fulfilling
its mission.
"They're not spending the
money that they used to
spend at Wal-Mart," said
Marcie Hill, A Gift for Teach-
ing's program coordinator
and only full-time employee.
"They're spending their time
here and getting their stuff
for free, and they're taking it
back to their classrooms."
Hill has managed the Osce-
ola store since it opened. She
was first exposed to the
Orange County store while
working in community rela-
tions at Fairwinds Credit
Union.
"I was sold from the begin-
ning," Hill said. "Who doesn't
want to help kids? I realized I
wanted to do something that
felt good."
A Gift for Teaching is open
to teachers from all Osdeola
County public schools, but its
primary focus is serving teach-
ers at schools where 60 per-
cent or more of the students
receive free or reduced-fee
lunch. Thus teachers at those
schools are assured of an
opportunity to distribute sup-
plies to students who are most
in need.
Hill likens the store to sup-
plemental income for teachers
who would otherwise purchase
supplies at a major retail store.
"If I'm a teacher and I get to
save $3,000 a year, I'm feel-
ing a lot better about the dis-
trict that I work for," she said.
Some of the store's most
active donors include Gaylord
Palms Resort & Convention
Center, Walt Disney World,
Old Town, Universal Studios,


Tupperware, Gatorland and
Avatar.
Last August Old Town held
a competition among its 70
retailers, giving $50 to the
store that donated the most
school supplies to A Gift for
Teaching.
"It's really important for us
to give back to our communi-
ty," Old Town director of sales
Kelly Zimmerman said. "We
know how important educa-
tion is. A lot of people got
involved."
Some of the donations are
items the companies can no
longer use, such as personal-
ized coffee mugs emblazoned
with the address of a physician
who has moved her practice.
The store also benefits from
,adult volunteers, as well as stu-
dent volunteers from Gateway
High School's National Honor
Society and Osceola High
School's Key Club, who
strengthen their college appli-
cations by working at the
checkout counter.
The store is located in a
portable that Hill says is
"about three times too small"
for their needs. Foundation
officials believe the store needs
to be expanded.
"I love it," retired teacher
and store volunteer Jane
Glidewell said. "I wish there
had been something like this
when I was teaching. It's great.
We just need more room."
To learn more about A Gift
For Teaching or to make prod-
uct donations call 407-348-
2370.
Contact Ed Scott at 407-
846-76 ), Ext. 210.
E-mail ,scott@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Saturday, March 12, 2005, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A7


County gives sheriff

$1 million for cars


By Brian McBride
News-Gazette Staff Writer
Convincing the Osceola
County Commission of the
need, Sheriff Bob Hansell
received more than $1 mil-
lion from the board this week
to replace 47 law enforce-
ment vehicles.
Sheriff's officials were
concerned about vehicle per-
formance and deputy safety,
as each had been driven
more than the 100,000 mile
mark. The lowest odometer
reading was 103,000, while
the highest was 186,000
miles, said Sheriff's Office
Capt. July Rivers.
"You never know when
you are going to get into a
high speed situation," said
Rivers. "It will help them
(deputies) accomplish their
mission and do it safely."
The commission approved
the expenditure at a board
meeting Monday.
'The new vehicles will
include 32 Crown Victoria
models for the patrol unit
priced at $854,000; four
Ford F250 pick-up trucks for
the agricultural and marine
unit at $73,535; six Ford
Taurus vehicles for communi-
ty service officers at
$73,525; and five Chevrolet
Impalas for criminal investi-
gations priced at $128,000.
The total amount for all
47 vehicles amounts to
$1,155,856. The County
Commission approved
$1,110,000 toward the vehi-
cles out of the general fund
so the Sheriff's Office will


have to budget the remaining
funds, Rivers said.
County Chairman Paul
Owen said Hansell persuaded
the board to spend the
money through a convincing
presentation.
"He came to the board
with a detailed justification
for the funding," Owen said.
Hansell, who was in Talla-
hassee this week, could not
be reached for comment.
It was an accomplishment
that the former administra-
tion under Charlie Aycock
couldn't reach. Aycock didn't
receive any new vehicles last
year because he didn't pro-
vide acceptable data to the
board, Owen said.
"They (former administra-
tion) just came to the board
and said it was justified
because we need them."
Hansell's administration
provided county officials with
data showing that vehicles
five, to six years in age each
cost $2,500 in maintenance
bills annually. And vehicles
two to three years old cost
about $500 per year.
The Sheriff's Office cur-
rently has more than 350
vehicles.
"It really does add up,"
Rivers said. "You have a lot
of things, on the vehicles that
will wear out."
It was unknown when the
new vehicles would arrive, as
they hadn't been ordered yet
at press time, Rivers said.
Contact Brian McBride at
407-846-7600, Ext. 208.
E-mail at bmcbride@
osceolanewsgazette.com


The following meetings have been
scheduled starting Monday, March. 14.
Monday
Blue ribbon task force, 9 a.m.; workshop
on transportation issues, 10 p.m.; board of
county commissioners, 1:30 p.m., all at 1
Courthouse Square, Kissimmee.
Tuesday
Planning board, 6:30 p.m., St. Cloud
City Hall, 1300 9th St.; Osceola County
school board, 4:45 p.m., 817 Bill Beck
Blvd., Kissimmee; city commission work-
shop, 6 p.m., Kissimmee City Hall, 101


Church St.; board of adjustment, 7 p.m., 1
Courthouse Square.
Wednesday
Kissimmee Utility Authority, 8 a.m.,
KUA Building, 1701 W. Carroll St.,
Kissimmee; code of enforcement board, 4
p.m., 1 Courthouse Square; planning advi-
sory board, 5:30 p.m., Kissimmee City
Hall; recreation committee, 5:30 p.m., St.
Cloud Civic Center, 3001 17th St.; code
of enforcement board, 6:30 p.m., St.
Cloud City Hall.
Thursday
Planning corn'mission, 7 p.m., 1 Court-


house Square.
For more information on any of the
meetings, or to determine whether
the meetings will be held, call Kissim-
mee City Hall at 407,518-2305; St.
Cloud City Hall at 407-957-7320;
Osceola County School Board at 407-
870-4600; county Planning ,Commis-
sion at 407-343-3062; Kissimmee
Utility Authority at 407-933-7777;
county Board of Adjustment or Code
of Enforcement Board at 407-343-
3400; or County Commission at 407-
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Man sought in lewd
act probe
Osceola County Sheriff's
Office deputies are searching
for a local man accused of a
lewd and lascivious act on a
minor.
Daniel Scott Phillips, who
lives in the Holopaw area, is
wanted after a complaint was
made to authorities on March
3.
Deputies
served
Phillips, 38,.
with a search -
warrant on
March 5 at -
his home
and recov-
ered his Daniel Scott
computer Phillips
and other
materials related to the case.
Phillips is a white male, 5
feet 8 inches tall and has a
medium build. He is possibly
in the Apopka area.
Anyone having informa-
tion regarding the where-
abouts of Phillips is asked to
call the Osceola County
Sheriff's Office at 407-348-
2222.
O'Horo on state
committee
Kris O'Horo, the former
Osceola County Democratic
party vice chairman, was
recently appointed to the
Florida Democratic Party
Campaign Committee.
O'Horo, of Kissimmee,
was a candidate for the 2001
special election for state Sen-
-ate District 18.
O'Horo currently servesS
on the executive board of the;
International Alliance of The-
atrical Stage Employees,


Monday
Quesadillas; sloppy joe's;
potato rounds; peas and car-
iots. peaches, milk.
Tuesday
Chicken patties; egg salad
sandwich; luncheon salad
choice; veggie sticks with dip;
nmiised fruit; rolls; milk.
Wednesday
Turkey 'ticks, ham pattie;
luncheon salad choice; maca-
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Moving Pictures Technicians,
Artists and Allied Crafts
Local 631 and was nominat-
ed for re-election to that
union in March.
The state Democratic
Campaign Committee met in
Orlando March 12.
No burning
ban necessary
Given the heavy rain in
recent weeks in Central Flori-
da, Osceola County officials
aren't very worried about
wildfires at least not over
the short term.
Following a series of
crashes caused by smoke on
Canoe Creek Road several
weeks ago, County Commis-
sioner Bill Lane in February
had requested a report on
whether a burning ban was
needed because of the dry
weather.
Tad Stone, public safety
division administrator, told
county commissioners Mon-
day that the Keetch-Byram
Drought Index, a measure of
various atmospheric condi-
tions, had not yet reached a
critical level countywide.
According to Stone, the
wildfire potential within
Osceola County is monitored
on a daily basis by the Florida
Division of Forestry, the
National Weather Service
and by county staff.
"A multitude of factors and
atmospheric conditions drive
the decision-making process
for a burn ban but major con-
sideration is given to the
drought index," said Stone.
Stone said that under
Florida law only the governor
has the authority to issue a
burning ban involving con-
trolled burns on public land


blend; cornbread; fresh apple;
milk.
Thursday
Nachos with meat and
cheese; tuna sandwich; lunch-
eon salad choice; lettuce and
tomato; salsa and sour cream;
corn; applesauce; milk.
Friday
Pizza/Manager's choice;
salad; juice; pudding cup;
milk.
Week ending March 18.


and commercial burning
operations covered by state
permit.
"Either the fire chief
(Frank Montes de Oca) or I
have the authority to issue-a
ban on.local debris burning,"
said Stone. "We've had a few
brush fires but nothing our
fire department couldn't han-
dle. We really don't have any-
thing to worry about now."
Stone added that there is
"illegal burning going on
everyday somewhere in the
county" but that it hasn't
created a problem for fire-
fighters.
The drought index in the
county after the recent rains
- as much as four inches in
some areas was below
200. The index would have
to reach 500 before burn
bans are generally sought.
According to the Florida
Division of Forestry, the
Keetch-Byram Drought Index
increases for each day with-
out rain (the amount of
increase depends on the daily
high temperature) and
decreases when it rains. The
scale ranges from 0 to 800.
A prolonged drought influ-
ences fire intensity largely
because more fuel is available
for combustion. In addition,
the drying of organic material
in the. soil can lead to
increased difficulty in fire sup-
pression. Drought is not by
itself a prerequisite for wild-
fires. Other weather factors,
such as wind, temperature,
relative humidity and atmos-
pheric stability, all play a
major role in determining the
actual fire danger.
Volunteers needed at
museum
The Veterans Tribute and
Museum of Osceola County
needs volunteer help.


The museum, located in
the old Morrisons cafeteria
site at Osceola Square Mall,
has memorabilia donated and
loaned from every period of
conflict the United States.
Items in the exhibit include
uniforms, patches, pins,
weapons, unit photos, histo-
ries of the various armed
forces and their "order of bat-
tle" pictorial histories of each.
branch of the armed forces.
"We had to scrap opening
on Wednesday due to the
lack of volunteers," said
Frank G. Clark, treasurer and
agent for the veterans' muse-
um.
Clark said that on Thurs-
days, the museum opens at
noon and the shift from noon
to 2:30 p.m. is covered, but
volunteers are needed from
2:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. And on
Friday the noon to 2:30
p.m. shift is covered and vol-
unteers are needed again
from 2:30 p.m. to 8 pm. No
volunteers are needed for Sat-
urday.
There is no admission
charge to the museum..The
Osceola Square Mall is locat-
ed near the intersection of
West Vine Street and
Hoagland Street.
For information, to volun-
teer or to make a suggestion
call 407-846-4678.
Tree dedication
Joshua Stevens Chapter,
National Society Daughters of
the American Revolution, and
the Sons of the American Rev-
olution Central Florida Chap-
ter have rescheduled the dedi-
cation of a Liberty Tree and
plaque at St. Cloud City Hall
to Sunday, March 13, at 2:30
p.m. The tree, a magnolia, will
be dedicated to honor all
American veterans. The public
is invited to the ceremony. -


Charged
Continued from page A- 1


According to Orange
County Sheriff's Office
reports, while driving together
to a team function in Down-
town Disney in September,
Vasquez held the victim's head
down in his lap. The boy, who
made several attempts to pull
away, said he could feel
Vasquez's genitals on his
head, reports said. On anoth-
er occasion Vasquez pulled
the boy's pants and under-
wear down, sheriff's, officials
said.
"It was really sad what he
did," said Orange County
Deputy Barbara Miller.
Vasquez, 33, was first on
arrested on lewd and lascivi-
ous molestation and conduct
charges Feb. 9, after the 12-
year-old Osceola boy reported
the incident to his father,
Orlando police reports said.
The victim was permitted
to sleep over at Vasquez's
Orlando home Jan. 28 after
his father had to go out of
town. After baseball practice,
Vasquez drove to the home,
where the boy undressed and
got into bed. Vasquez got into
the bed with the boy and put
his arm over him. The victim
said he, could feel Vasquez
"cuddling him" and felt his
genitals on his back, police
reports said.
On the following morning,


the boy was in the shower
when Vasquez stepped inside
and grabbed a bar of soap. He
then proceeded to lather the
boy's body including his geni-
tals, reports said. The victim
told him to stop.
It wasn't until more than a
week later when the boy told
his father about the incidents.
"He was afraid if he
(Vasquez) got arrested that he
would split up the team," said
Orlando Police Detective Rick
Salcedo.
The Osceola Rage has
since been disbanded, AAU
officials said.
In a controlled phone call
set up by police, the boy told
Vasquez that he wasn't com-
fortable "when you touched
me in my private area."
And then when the boy
asked Vasquez to promise not
to touch him again, Vasquez
replied, "I promise," police
reports said.
During a police interview,
Vasquez said he "could have
cuddled" with the boy because
he had often hugged the vic-
tim. He also admitted to
washing the victim's body,
including his buttocks, but
denied touching his genitals,
reports said.
Vasquez was being held at
the Orange County Jail on a
$25,000 bond.


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Scholbref


Wakefield recognized
Laura Wakefield, a Nep-
tune Middle School teacher,
has been selected as Osceola's
recommendation for the Flori-
da Council of Social Studies
Excellence in Teaching Histo-
ry award. Wakefield was
selected as an outstanding
teacher who strives for excel-
lence in her classroom.
Florida Center for
Teachers
Four Osceola teachers
were selected to participate in
the 2004 Florida Center for
Teachers summer seminar
program.
Selected were: Ileana Man-
dia, Gateway High School
Bilingual specialist; Rebecca
Mandea, Gateway High
School, bilingual specialist;
Edith Rivas, Osceola High
School bilingual specialist;
Deborah Zuk, drop-out pre-
vention specialist, Osceola
County Juvenile Detention
Center.
Selection was based on
learning and a commitment to
excellence in teaching. The
program is designed to recog-
nize those outstanding career
professionals who year after
year make a positive differ-
ence in children's lives.
Read to achieve
Central Avenue Elementary
has partnered with the Orlan-
do Magic for Read to Achieve.
The Orlando Magic will be
issuing, cards to students called
"Get Caught Reading." Stu-
dents who take Accelerated
Reader tests and have suc-
cessful scores will have their
Get Caught Reading Card
punched. When students have
10 punched holes on their
card, they will receive an
Orlando Magic incentive
prize.
Coqui Dancers return
More than 280 Cypress
Elementary students audi-
tioned for places in the Coqui
Dancers.
The group is under the
direction of Magdali Carrillo
'and a new team of choreogra-
phers that will bring the
Coquis a fresh look, while
keeping the strong traditions
instilled with the group. This
year, the team of advisers
includes Eric Velez, Amy Cha-
con, Jennifer Hykes and Vic-
toria McNeil.
Anyone interested in hav-
ing the Coqui Dancers per-
form should contact Cypress
Elementary at 407-344-
5000.
Wildcats of the
Month
The following Thacker
Avenue Elementary students
were chosen, as student of the
month in their class for Sep-
tember: Pre-K Lauren Fer-
nandez and Andrea Echevar-
ria; Kindergarten Katherine
Skinner, Luis Aponte, Megan
Correa, Julie Beaver and
Daniel Arevalo; first grade -
Michelle Perez-Mejias, Leydi-
an Lopez, Mayisah Rahman,
Darrell Smith, Edwin Maftinez
and Steven Soto; second
grade Osvaldo Clavero,
Keysha Sepulveda, Gladys
Crespo, Christopher Green
and Caitlin Smith; third grade
- Aracely Ruiz, Juana Garcia,
Claudia Ortega, Jeremy Mar-
tinez and Ivan Salazar; fourth
grade Adam Spear, Ashley
Frazee, Jessica Santos and
Cory Petrovcik; fifth grade -
Madeline Rios, Zemelis
Samuel and Jessica Frowein;
and other: Natasha Olmeda,
Corey Williams, Francesca
Argueta, Sean Phillips,
Joshua Moiso, Nikolai Mon-
tero, Himey Rodriguez, and
Dakota Navarro
Each student and their par-
ents were invited to a special
breakfast in honor of their
Student of the Month. Each
child received a certificate, a
medal, a sports bottle and a
folder filled with various cer-
tificates from different busi-
ness partners for free kids
meals.
Art students win


awards
Two Osceola County
School for the Arts students
received recognition for their
artwork in the Creme de la
Creme Art Festival at Celebra-
tion. In the high school divi-
sion, Bruce,Yau received first
place for his graphic design
"Piece Maker" and Elyse
Salazar received third place
for her photography piece,


"Novel Idea."
School receives grant
The Osceola County
School for the Arts received a
$2,000 grant from the Super
Target store, located at U.S.
Highway 192 and State Road
535 in Kissimmee. The grant
will help purchase lighting for
the Performing Arts Theatre.
National contest
winner
Jaron Lowe, a third-grade
student at Kissimmee Elemen-
tary, has won the Geico Insur-
ance art contest for the entire
United States. Company
executives and the company
mascot, the Gecko, came to
Kissimmee Elementary to
present Jaron with a check for
$600 and another check to
the school for art supplies for
$400'
His mother, Joella, is a
teacher at Kissimmee Elemen-
tary.
Volleyball champs,
Narcoossee Community
School's volleyball team cap-
tured the county's volleyball
championship Jan. 14, the
second year in a row that the
school's team went unbeaten


en route to the champi-
onships. Team members
were: Alex Githen, Chris
Valdez, Kristin Ramierez,
Samantha VanTassel, Duyen
Vo, Harrison Porter, Saman-
tha Martz, Kati Carter, Kyle
Carr, James Lacey, Jacob
Meadors, Scott Marischka,
Chris Tabacznski, Vance Har-
ris, Kaitlyn Toms, Seth Hans-
ford, Stephani Walsh and
Matthew Young. The team
was coached by Ali Caloiaro
and Audie Confesor.
Cheerleaders take-
first
Narcoossee Community
School's cheerleaders won
first place at a regional com-
petition hosted by Americheer
Jan. 15 at Harmony High
School. Second place went to
Horizon Middle and third
place went to Denn John Mid-
dle School.
Spelling bee winners
Duyen Vo for won first
place, and Lexi Ciulla took
second place in the Nar-
coossee Community School
middle school spelling bee
Feb. 17. The students
advanced to the county
spelling bee on Feb. 28.


Disney Dreamers and
Doers
Narcoossee Community
School selected its Disney
Dreamers and Doers. Harley
Serna was the elementary
nominee and Samantha Van-
Tassel is the winner for middle
school. Elementary runner-up
is Macon Falotico, and middle
school runner-up is Joel
Marchel.
Basketball team
named
Narcoossee Community
School recently had its sixth-
grade basketball tryouts, and
the following students made
the team: Cory Boza, Sam
Cross, Alex Githens, Chris
Grillo, Will Hastings, Josh
Maughan, Nolan McKenna,
Jacob Meaders, Chris Spang-
lo, Carson Sherrod and Tyler
Whitney.
Flee To Be Free
Ross E. Jeffries Elementary
students who won in the Flee
to be Free poster contest
were: Fifth grade, Kevin Fer-
nandez; fourth, Lauren Ben-
nett; third grade, Taylor Wat-
son; second, Gillian Gomer;
first grade, Jessica Shane;


kindergarten, Destony Cobb.
Special recognition
The St. Cloud Theater
recently donated four tickets
to the movie Because of Winn
Dixie to Ross E. Jeffries Ele-
mentary. The school's local
Winn-Dixie also donated two
movie tickets, three books and
the stuffed dog Winn Dixie to
the media center. Any student
who completed the book and
successfully took the Acceler-
ated Reader test was eligible
for the prize drawing. Winners
were: Two movie tickets each,
Timothy Maxwell, Taylor
Macks and Isreal Rosario;
book, Emma Demeulenaere,
Emaly Comfort and Kyle
Beaver; stuffed dog, Amber
Head.
Reading workshop
Ross E. Jeffries Elementary
will be offering a better read-
ing workshop to parents of
first-, second-, and third-
.graders March 21.
This will be a fun, enter-
taining and wonderful learn-
ing experience for parents
and their school-age child.
The workshop will have
.breakout sessions for parents
to learn easy, fun ways to help


their child become better
readers. The first 120 parents
to sign up will receive a pack-
et of materials to use at home.
The school will provide
refreshments and free child
care for school-age children.
Spelling bee winners
Winners of the Denn John
Middle School spelling bee
are: Sixth grade, Brian
Sundin; seventh grade, Austin
Silbelink; and eighth grade,
Thor Jonsson.
These students moved on
to the county spelling bee on
Feb. 28.
Service project
Denn John Middle School's
eighth-grade students raised a
total of $720 in their math
classes for St. Jude's Hospital.
The following students
received the most pledges for
the St. Jude's Hospital: Jean
Louis Rodriguez $150. He
will receive a super slim CD
player with AM/FM tuner.
Other top students were:
Angelica Bravo, $110;
Chelsey Watson, $105; and
Sarah Davila, $90. All the stu-
dents will receive a sports bag
and T-shirt, in'addition to a
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WEIGHTLIFTING PREVIEW


St. Cloud Bulldogs are still


beasts of the conference


By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The question in Osceola
County, as it has been for the
past decade, is: can anyone
knock the St. Cloud
weightlifters off of the confer-
ence throne?
The Bulldogs have won the
past six Orange Belt Confer-
ence titles and 10 of the past
11.
The architect of that domi-
nation, John Wallauer, retired
after last season, leaving Matt
Kemper in charge
St. Cloud, Osceola, Gate-
way and Poinciana compete
in 2A Section 6. Harmony
and Celebration are in A Sec-
tion 7.
St. Cloud
"Yes, the pressure is on
with Coach Wallauer being
gone," admits Kemper, the
school's football coach.
"Heck, the weightroom is
named after him and he is a
weightlifting legend around
here. He deserves it, though,
with all he did to build this
program."
Kemper's job is made eas-
ier with the return of junior
Nate Sandoval at 169
pounds. He placed fourth at
last year's state tournament.
Others competing for var-
sity spots include freshman
Daniel Garaguso and sopho-
mores Robbie Pedicone and
Ryna Creagan at 119
pounds..


"Garaguso is near 300
pounds total and has a realis-
tic shot to set a clean and jerk
record (195 pounds)" said
Kemper.
Sophomore Christopher
Fleming should be competi-
tive at 129, said Kemper,
along with freshman Colby
Warnick.
Sophomore Paul Montal-
bano is the top lifter at 139
ahead of sophomore Sonley
LaGrace and freshman Joe
Gibson.
At 154, senior Jeff Epping
and sophomore Steven Mon-
talvo will compete.
Joining Sandoval at 169 is
junior Josh McDaniel.
Kemper believes his 183
pounders, senior Justin Mak
and Cade Parkes, could be
the best in the county.
St. Cloud is loaded at 199,
where seniors James Beasley,
Jacob Carr and Andy Blevins
are potential state qualifiers.
James Owens and Ryan
Lawyer are best at 219
pounds,' said Kemper, while
juniors Mike Taylor and
Justin Walsh are strong at-
238.
The top heavyweights are
juniors Trevin Moore and
Jacob Beekman, along with
sophomore Jody Smith.
"The team is very young,
and we must have someone
new step up and earn points
at the OBC level," said Kem-
per. "Osceola should be very


good, and Poinciana has a lot
of returners."
The Bulldogs (91) easily
won their opening meet over
Poinciana (51), Gateway (36),
Harmony (25) and Celebra-
tion (17).
Poinciana
Coach Keith Simmons
prodded the Eagles .to their
best showing ever at last
year's OBC meet when the
squad was second.
Simmons said his lifters are
enthusiastically pursuing bet-
ter things for 2005.
"The kids, both the return-
ers and the newcomers, are
excited about the season. It
will be fun to see the guys
develop as the season pro-
gresses," he said.
While the lightweight class-
es will be inexperienced, Sim-
mons is counting Alex
Holmes, Luis Garcia, Kevin
Crotty, Joseph Roseman,
Daniery Rosario, and Josh
Sessom to perform well in
the middle and upper-weight
classes.
Top newcomers include
Devin Jackson, Eddie Wash-
ington, and Chad Arthur.
Osceola
Coach Dave Darnell be-
gins his first season' with a
roster that boasts one of the
county's top lightweights,
119-pounder John Mollica,
a' senior who was fifth at
the Class 2A state meet last
season.


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Osceola's 1 19-pounder John Mollica was fifth at the state meet last year.


Other top seniors include
heavyweight Carlos Rodri-
guez, Troy Copper (183) and
Nick Cooper (169).
Darnell said he also has a
large group of underclassmen
preparing to compete.

Gateway
Coach Don Cald'.. ell
begins his second season with
the Panthers.
Among the top lifters are
senior heavyweight Luis
Vazquez and juniors Chad
Zadlo (199) and Ernesto


Joseph (169).
Celebration
Coach Joe Siragusa fields
the pir:.";.;ims secnd team.
Litter ir cliide senior
Jamie Flores (heavyweight),
ji.-iiol David Braun (169) and
..phoiorne:r's Ale- Rivera
'139) ard Thoir.as Roberts
(183).
"The kids have reialk' done
Sa great job with their work-
outs. I believe we're going to
see a lot of improvement this
year," he said.


Harmony
Coach Jerrad Butler takes
the team into its first season
with a very young lineup.
"We've had good partici-
p.'ati:on Seven of the 12
v'ouno men who lifted in ,-,ur
. iSt meet were teshnenri,"
said Butl.er. "I'm very excited
about the team."
Butler looks for Chad Wil-
son (169), Austin Franey
(199), Jordan Munns (199)
and heavyweight Kory
McCloughen to lead the
squad.


Wolves rally over St. Cloud;


OHS gives Coffey No. 200


-By Rick Pedone
News-Gazette Staff Writer
A softball pitchers duel
exploded into a slugfest
Thursday at St. Cloud, but
unfortunately for the Lady
Dogs, Timber Creek did most
of the slugging.
The Wolves, 6-3, scored
nine runs over the final three
innings to hand St. Cloud its
first loss of the season, 9-4.
Carrie Brooks' three-run
double tied the score at 4 in
the fifth inning after St.
Cloud's Tyler Journigan hit a
grand slam to put St. Cloud
up 4-0 in the fourth.
The score remained tied
until the seventh, when Tim-
ber Creek scored a run to
make it 5-4 before the big
blow that put the game away:
Britteny Rankins' grand slam.
St. Cloud's Ashley Iveson
took the loss, surrendering
her first earned runs of the
season.
Coach Joey Foster said lit-
tle mistakes added up to trou-
ble for his team, which was 7-
1, 0-1 in 6A District 5 before
a game Friday against Free-
dom.
"I told them after the
game that we really didn't
do anything wrong," he
said. "There were a couple
of bad decisions that got us


into trouble."
Iveson looked untouchable
over the first three innings,
striking out eight. In the
fourth, shortstop Megan
DeYoung's relay to Joumi-
gan cut down Timber Creek's
April Donachie at the plate to
keep the game scoreless.
After Journigan's slam put
St. Cloud ahead, Timber
"Creek loaded the bases in the
fifth setting up a showdown
between Iveson and Wolves
pitcher Carrie Brooks.
"They know each other
pretty well, and Ashley felt
like she could get her," said
Foster.
But, Brooks fouled off a
dozen fastballs before lining a
gapper that cleared the bases
to tie the score.
"Ashley didn't want to
throw her change there
because she was afraid she
would walk in a run," said
Foster. "I explained to her
after the game that you have
to understand the situation
you are facing. It's okay to
walk that girl because Ashley
had been striking out the girls
behind her. It's all right to
give up the run there. She's
young, and she's learning.
Two pitches made the differ-
ence."
The Lady Dogs meet West
Orange on Wednesday


before hosting Osceola Fri-
day for a district contest.
The Kowgirls -gave
Coach George Coffey his
200th career victory pn
Thursday with a nailbiting 2-
1 win in 13 innings at Orlan-
do Boone.
"It was great. I was real
proud of them,"' said Coffey.
'Senior Megan Hord wen-
the distance and struck out.
16 to pick up the victory.
which lifted Osceola to 5-4.
Osceola trailed 1-0 in the
sixth when Melissa Francoe
drove in Hord, who had
doubled.
Both teams escaped bases-
loaded jams in extra innings
before Osceola won in the
13th when freshman Caitlyn
Warren doubled. Jessica
Muller entered to pinch run
and scored the game winner
on freshman Erica Hord's
double.
"It. was a well-played game
on both sides. Our kids really
stepped up," said Coffey.
"Even in the late innings.
when we've had our prob-
lems, the kids were solid. You
could see them mature on the
field."
The Kowgirls left 16 run-
ners stranded, while Boone
left 11 on base.
"It wasn't that we played
poorly. We hit some line


News-Gazette Photo/Sam Roberts
St. Cloud catcher Tyler Journigan slaps a tag on
Timber Creek's April Ddnachie in the fourth
inning of their game Thursday. Donachie was
out, but the Wolves won, 9-4.


shots right at people," said
Coffey. "I think our kids took
a huge step forward in this
game."
The Ko:'.'gii Is host Gate-
way on Tue.day bef.:.re their
showdown at St. Cloud on
Friday.
Gateway beat Cypress
Creek, 13-8, on Tuesday to
earn its second 6A District 5
victory of the season. Masisiel
Bravo went 4-for-4 with two
doubles and two runs scored.
Keiley Deboer went 3-for-3


and Anabel Chavez had two
hits. Nine Panthers scored.
Anabel Chavez struck out
seven to earn the win..
, The Parthei s, 2-10, lost a
6-5 heartbreaker in nine
innings at University on
Thursday.
Gateway scored three
times in the sixth to tie the
score and went ahead 5-3 in
the seventh before 'the
Co'uga s tied it. The Panthers
coniniitted t.-e err, rs I 'ding
to four unearned runs.


Jacque
Mitchell
Fishin' Fun
captain-jac.com

It's been just a little on the
cool side. Usually, by this time
of year, we're not having tem-
peratures in the 40s. Oh well,
it beats ice and snow!
As you might imagine, bass
fishing has been slow. Even
some of the fishermen, using
shiners are finding the bass
hard to locate. Fish can be
caught on artificial baits, but.
it'll be slow going. I've heard
that some bass are being
caught 'by flipping alligator
grass and even Hleavy Kissim-
mee grass. The main thing to
remember is to fish ultra slow.
If you think you're fishing
slow, slow down some more.
Bass have pretty much left the
spawning areas and probably
will stay away until the water
temperatures come back up.
On the other hand, the
spec fishing has been good.
That is, if you can get out .on
a day when the wind isn't
blov..ing 20 to 30 mph. The
south end of the lake.seems to
be lthe, hot end so far this
year. I've heard of some being
.caught near the attractor out
from Granada Landing and
also in goblets Cove.
Let's all hope for some
warmer weather and some hot
fishing.
Call Jacque Mitchell at
(407) 933-0951 to report
information.


Kowboys Alex Burgos shuts down Poinciana, 3-1


By Ken Jackson
News-Gazette Staff Writer
The Osceola Kowboys
were quiet on the baseball dia-
mond in victory on Thursday,
and have quietly put together,
in the same fashion, the best
record in the county.
Freshman pitcher Alex
Burgos quieted the Poinciana
bats as he struck out 14 Eagle
batters in a 3-1 win at Kow-
boy Field Thursday. The
righty walked one in the one-


hitter and retired 14 straight
Eagles at one point.
"He was on, that's for
sure," said OHS Coach Jim
Murphy. "And we fielded and
put the ball in play. Just rou-
tine stuff."
Osceola scored two in the
bottom of the second on
shortstop Enrique Alma's
(another freshman) fielder's
choice. Eric Johnson scored
from third, and Burgos scored
behind him from second on a
heads-up play. The other run


came in the third on a RBI sin-
gle by left fielder B.J. Zimmer-
man the third freshman on
the OHS varsity roster.
The win moved Osceola to
6-2 overall and 1-0 in Orange
Belt Conference play. The
team won its first District 6A-
5 game of the year, a 3-2
decision over Cypress Creek
on a RBI single in the bottom
of the ninth by Alma. Senior
Bo O'Dell pitched the Kow-
boys to victory in that game
after throwing a no hitter on


Feb. 24 against Lincoln Park
in the Port St. Lucie Classic.
"We've been in the hunt
against everybody we've
played, including Gulliver
Prep (ranked nationally) in the
tournament,'" Murphy said.
"We've done well but we've
done nothing great. We've
just put the ball in Play and did
the things' we preach in prac-
tice right."
Poinciana stands 3-3 and
dropped to 1-2 in OBC play.
It begins District 5A-6 play on.


Tuesday when the Eagles trav-
el to Lake Gibson.
"I'm not worried about
this," said Coach Jim Moran.
"We're in a little funk right
now. I've got the right guys on
my team."
Celebration, who played
Osceola on Friday night, also
begins district play next week,
hosting Winter Haven Tues-
day and going to Kathleen Fri-
day in District 4A-12 action.
The Storm is 3-2 and hitting
.351 on the year as a team.


Gateway and St. Cloud
took matching 2-5 records
into Thursday night, which
turned into a game night after
Wednesday's rains. The Pan-
thers got an 8-5 win at Lake
Howell on the -strength of
sophomore C.J. Woods' four-
hit, four-RBI night. Luis Gon-
zalez had three hits and Jose
Hernandez pitched six innings
for the win.
"I told them the pitching
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Sporsbres


Saturday
Track Kowboy Invite. 10
a.m.
Monday
Tennis Gateway at Osceola,
4 p.m.; First Academy at St. Cloud,
3;30 p.m.; Cypress Creek at Gate-
way, 3:30 p.m.
Track South Lake, Tavares,
Timber Creek, Freedom at St.
Cloud, 4 p.m.
Boys volleyball Cypress
Creek at Osceola, 7 p.m.
Tuesday
Baseball Gateway at Osceo-
la, 7 p.m.; Oak Ridge at St. Cloud,
7 p.m.; Poinciana at Lake Gibson, 7
p.m.; Winter Haven at Celebration,
7 p.m.
Softball Gateway at Osceo-
la, 7 p.m.; Haines City at Poinciana,
7:30 p.m.; Celebration at Kathleen,
7:30 p.m.
Boys Tennis Gateway at Cel-
ebration, 3:30 p.m.
Girls Tennis Poinciana at St.
Cloud, 4 p.m.
Flag football Oak Ridge at
Osceola, 7 p.m.; Harmony at West
Orange, 7 p.m.
Water Polo Osceola at Tim-
her Creek, 6 p.m.
Wednesday
Softball West Orange at St.
Cloud, 7 p.m.
Boys Tennis St. Cloud at
Poinciana, 3 p.m.
Weightlifting St. Cloud, Cel-
ebration, Harmony at Poinciana,
3:30 p.m.
Track Osceola, Oak Ridge,
Harmony at Poinciana, 3 p.m.;
Gateway at Eau Gallie, 3:30 p.m.
Thursday
Baseball Oviedo at OHS, 7
p.m.; Cypress Creek at Gateway, 4
p.m.; All Saints at PHS, 7 p.m.;
Florida Air at Harmony, 6 p.m.
Softball Parramus, N.J. at
Osceola, 7 p.m.; Gateway at Colo-
nial, 8 p.m.; Poinciana at George
Jenkins, 7 p.m.; Harmony at Mel-
bourne C.C.,. 4 p.m.
Girls Tennis Celebration at
Harmony, 4 p.m.
Boys volleyball Dr. Phillips at
Osceola, 7 p.m.
Friday
Baseball George Jenkins at
Poinciana. 7 p.m.; Celebration at
Kathleen, 7 p.m.; All Saints at Har-
mony, 6 p.m.
Softball St. Cloud at Osceo-
la, 7 p.m.; Gateway at Tavares, 7
p.m.; Poinciana at Lake Region, 7
p.m.; Winter Haven at Celebration,,
7:30 p.m.


SC lifters win
St. Cloud's boys weightlift-
ing team (81) won a six-team
meet Wednesday over Osceo-
la (47), Gateway (40), Lake
Highland (22), South Lake
(19), Harmony (11). St.
Cloud's winners:
Chris Fleming (129, 200-
170-370); Nate Sandoval
(169, 335-290-625); Justin
Mak (183, 280-270-550);
James Beasley (199, 320-
285-605); James Owens
(219, 295-255-550); Mike
Taylor (238, 320-270-590).
Osceola's winners: John
Mollica (119, 245-190-435);
Carlos Rodriguez (Hvy., 340-
275-615).
Gateway's Lewis (175-
205-380) won at 139.
SC tennis wins
St. Cloud's boys remained
unbeaten (5-0) in the Orange
Belt Conference Monday with
a 4-3 win over Poinciana.
Results:
No. 1 Ricardo Brown (P) d.
Rob Wilson, 6-4, 6-4; No. 2
Paulo Faulkenheiner (P) d.
Zack Kueker 4-6, 6-4, 6-3;
No. 3 Diego Hoyas (SC) d.
Zack Davis 7-5, 6-1; No. 4
Craig Baldwin (SC) d. Jean
van Konningsbruggen 6-0, 6-
3; No. 5 Andres Hoyas d.
Anthony Amendola 6-3, 6-3.
Doubles: No. 1 Brown-Davis
(P) d. Wilson-D. Hoyas, 8-6;
No. 2 Baldwin-Kueker (SC) d.
Konningsbruggen-Falkenhein-
er 8-3.
Kreatures party
The Kissimmee Kreatures
will hold an open house Sun-
day from 3 to 6 p.m. at the
Silver Spurs Arena.
Fans will have a chance to
meet players, dancers and
staff for the NIFL football
team which begins play
March 19. The event features
games, food and inflatables
for the kids. Free game tickets
will be available. Call 321-
697-3324 for information.
Kowboys youth fb
Kissimmee Kowboys foot-


ball and cheer registrations
are being held on March 12
and 19 at Sports Authority
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Rates are $100 registration
fee and $50 deposit. New
participants must bring a
copy of their birth certificate.
Participants must bring an
original physical dated after
Jan.1, 2005.
For information, call Shelly
Emanuel at 407-870-7945,
Kenny King at 407-908-3012
or visit www.kissimmeekow-
boys.com.
SC Wrestling Club
The St. Cloud Wrestling
Club meets on Tuesdays and
Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the
St. Cloud High wrestling
building.
The USA Gold Medal Club
features instruction from Bull-
dog Coach Vic Lorenzano,
three-time Central Florida
Coach of the Year and state
coach of the Year in 2002.
Assisting are Bulldog coaches
Frank Cousins and Tom Oliv-
er, and NCAA D-I wrestler
and high school state champi-
on Jose Vazquez. There is no
fee to join.
St. Cloud will host a two
day clinic featuring Olympic
Coach Rob Hermann March 7
and 8 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
The clinic will feature Greco
Roman and Freestyle tech-
niques. Call Lorenzano at 407-
891-3100 for information.
SC flag football
St. Cloud Youth Flag Foot-
ball registration is underway
for boys and girls age 8-15.
The fee is $40. Call 407-
498-6959 or 407-892-8241
for information.

SC 5K run/walk
The St. Cloud 5K
run/nature walk and 1-mile
kids run will be held March
19 at 7:30 a.m.
Early registration begins at
.6 a.m.at the St. Cloud Civic
Center on 17th Street. The
fee is $15 over-15 and $10
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Registration forms are
available at the Civic Cen-
ter. For information call
Mike Snyder at 407-791-
3296 or e-mail mcita-
tion525@aol.com.
SC skatepark
The St. Cloud Skatepark is
open from 4 to 6 p.m.
Wednesday through Friday.
The Park is open from 2 to 6
on Saturday and Sunday. Hel-
mets are required at all times.'
Children under 10 must be
accompanied by a parent.
Waivers are required for those
age 18 and under.
Spring break camp
The Kissimmee recreation
department Sports Express
Spring Break Camp runs
March 25-April 1 from 9
a.m. to noon at the Kissim-
mee Civic Center for children
ages 11-14.
The fee is $65.
The department is also
hosting a tennis camp for all
skill levels during the same
week at the Oak Street com-
plex from 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Children ages 7-17 are eligi-


ble. The fee is $65.
Children should wear ath-
letic apparel for both camps.
For information call 407-518-
2575.

Hoops open gym
The Kissimmee recre-
ation department will hold
adult open gym basketball
each Wednesday from 6 to
10 p.m. March through
August at Denn John Mid-
dle School. The fee is $3
per person. Players age 16-
over are eligible. Clean
shoes required.
SC Ladies golf
The St. Cloud Golf Club
offers a Thursday morning
Ladies League beginning.at 8.
All ages and handicaps are
welcome
A Tuesday Shootout will
begin March 2 which runs
through October. The fee is
$40.
A Ladies clinic is offered
each Thursday at 5 p.m. Pri-
vate lessons are also available
from PGA pros.
For information contact
the club at 407-891-7010.


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Continued from page B- I
always comes around first and
then the bats catch up," said
Panther Coach Bobby Strum-
lauf. "The guys have been
playing hard but pressing a lit-
tle. A game like this made
them feel that we'd be fine."
Gateway is 1-0 in 6A-5
after a 10-0 whitewash of
Oak Ridge last week. Gate-
way travels to Osceola Tues-
day night and hosts Cypress
Creek on Thursday. after-
noon in district play.
St. Cloud, 0-2 in the dis-
trict, fell 5-0 to Class 4A
state champ Rockledge on
Thursday. The Bulldogs host
Oak Ridge in district play on
Tuesday.
"We're not getting the
clutch hits," said Coach Rob
Frasca. "We were hitting .303
and our fielding percentage
was .930 going into Rock-
ledge, we just haven't put it
together as a team yet."
Harmony is 0-1 in District
3A-8 after losing to Mel-
bourne Central Catholic last
Friday. The Longhorns play
Cocoa Beach today at 11 a.m.
and host Florida Air at 6 p.m.
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Hobbies,

games


KAST Club
Winners were: Feb 21 Euchre: Madalene
Birkmeier, first; Mary Jane Lewis, second.
Dominoes; Gerald Lemenager, first; Barbara
Hilow, second.
Feb 28 Euchre: Gerald Lemenager, first;
Bob Clark, second; Betty Rigney and Kermit
Lamie tied for third. Dominoes: Diana
Deutch, first; Barbara Hilow, second.
March 7 Euchre: Richard Paty, first; Hazen
Lewis, first; Gerald Lemenager, second; Bob
Clark, third; Betty Rigney and Kermit Lamie
tied for fourth. Dominoes: Table 1, Steve
Deutch, first; Timothy Johnson, second. Table
2, Barbara Hilow, first; Gerald Lemenager,
second.
Games are held on the following schedule:
Shuffleboard Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day at 1:30 p.m.; dominoes and euchre Mon-
days 7 p.m.; pinochle Wednesdays at 6:30
p.m.; 5-card pinochle Fridays at 7 p.m.
The KAST Club is located at 322 E. Monu-
ment Ave., Kissimmee. For information on
activities call 407-892-2817 or 407-348-
6368.
Osceola duplicate bridge
Results from Friday, March 4: North/
South, Eva Fucile and Syd Kelly, first; Dave
Lennox and Phyllis Benedict, second; Rachel
Eney and Helen Beardsley, third; Val
Oberaitis and Allis Scott, fourth; Lora Lackey
and Lee Bailey, fifth; Lorraine Bowes and
Donna Yetman, sixth; Arlene Howe and Betty
Robertson, seventh; Jeanette Coleman and
Joanne Hahn, eighth; Kathy Jones and Eve
Herms, ninth.
East/West, Glen Harmer and Tammy Stag-
gs, first; Jeanne Colton and Rob Colton, sec-
ond; Gen Jones and Paul Jones, third; Leslie
Eder and Patricia Eder, fourth; Audrey Cole
and Charles Cole,, fifth; Frank Hoffman and
Dodie Checani, sixth; Jan Peterson and Joy
Payne, seventh; Ruth Clark and Anthony
Bertolini, eighth; Mary Barnes and Sophie
Radosevich, ninth; Gene Moroz and Julie
Moroz, 10th.
The Osceola Duplicate Bridge Club meets
Friday at 11 a.m. at the Kissimmee Woman's
Club, 1616 Oak St. Director Geoff Jones,
407-277-6416.
St. Cloud games
Euchre March 2: Jane Word, first; Lois
Sloan, second; Serene Gamache, third; Ed
Morey, fourth.
Cribbage March 3: Mike Caro, first; Bob
Atkins, second; Ted Cooper, third; Pat Keith,
fourth; Louie Gyoffry, fifth; Sophia Anders,
sixth.
Pinochle Feb. 25: Harry Clement, first;
Opie Lange, second; Nelda Lange, third;
Sharon Hawthorne, fourth. Feb. 26: Serene
Gamache, first; Harry Clement, second; Nelda
Lange, third; Jane Weeks, fourth. March 2:
Jane Weeks, first; Harry Clement, second;
Phyllis Randall, third.
Card games are held at the St. Cloud Shuf-
fleboard Club, 7th Street and Ohio Avenue.
Scheduled are: duplicate bridge, Monday,
6:30 p.m.; euchre, Tuesday, 6:30 p.m.;
pinochle, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday,
6:30 p.m.; cribbage, Thursday, 6:30 p.m. For
more information call Charlotte at 407-498-
0455 or Bobby at 407-892-2749. For infor-
mation on the St. Cloud Shuffleboard Club
games call Louise at 407-957-8733.
Mah jongg
March 2: Pat DeVillers, first. For informa-
tion on the Kissimmee Parks and Recreation
mah jongg games call Pat at 407-933-7223.
March 1: Bonnie Gearhart, first; Harry
Newcomer, second; Madeline Newcomer,
third. For information on the St. Cloud Shuf-
fleboard Club mah jongg. games call Louise at
407-957-8733.
Quilt Guild
A new quilting group meets the second
Monday of each month from 9 a.m. to noon
at the Kissimmee Community House, 300 E.
Monument Ave. Quilters of all skill levels are
welcome. For more information visit
www.quiltersatheart.com tersatheart.com or call 407-343-1323.
Corvette club
Tri-County Corvette Club meets the second
Wednesday of every month at Coggins
Chevrolet in Kissimmee at 7 p.m. Free mem-
bership to Corvette owners. For details call
Steve Jones at 407-509-0662 or e-mail yel-
vettelovrl@aol.com.
Sunset R/C Inc.
The Sunset R/C (model airplanes) welcome
interested people to visit the St. Cloud flying
facility, off Budinger Road near the landfill.
Club members are on site from 9 a.m. to
noon Wednesday and Saturday. Call Doug
Calaway at 321-624-1081.


St. Cloud woman's club speakers
Photo/
Jean Witherington '
At a recent meeting of
the Woman's Club of St.
Cloud, City Manager .
Paul Kaskey, left, '
and Mayor Glenn
Sangiovanni spoke to /
members about plans I1[
for the lakefront and w
other projects. The
program for the meeting '
Wednesday, March 16,
will be a presentation
by Sue Ring and Marsha
Crabtree on Community .
Vision and Leadership .
Osceola. The meeting is
at 2 p.m. at 1014
Massachusetts Ave., .. f
St. Cloud.


Plant clinic
The Osceola County Master Gardeners
conduct a free plant clinic at the Extension
Services building in Osceola Heritage Park
Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. A staff member is available when Master
Gardeners are off duty. People can take their
plant problems, either disease or insect, for
identification and advice. See the latest plants
available in their landscape and vegetable gar-
dens. For more information call 321-697-
3000.
Antique car club
For-meeting location or other information
about the Central Florida Antique Car Club, a
division of the national AACA, call Ralph
Brueggeman, president, 863-424-1872; or
Jean Leonardy, secretary, 407-846-7713.
Mid-Fla. Corvette
The Mid-Florida Corvette Club meets at 7
p.m. the first Tuesday of each month at Holi-
day Chevrolet, 1001 E. U.S. Highway 192.
Member of NCCC. For more information call
Chuck Deal at 407-498-4923 or e-mail
chuckcdeal@aol.com.
Osceola Rodders
The Osceola Rodders meet at 7 p.m. the
first Wednesday of each month. For the meet-
ing location or any other information call
Becky at 407-892-1203.
Corvair Club
The G.O. Vairs Corvair Club hqlds monthly
meetings. For more information contact Titus
Stewart at 407-892-5999.
Play Scrabble
Scrabble, games are held every Monday at 9
,a.m. at the Poiriciana Commiiriit Cerntr All
levels of players invited. For more information
call 863-427-1782.
Thursday Night Quilters
The Thursday Night Quilters meet at 6:30
p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Building D,
in St. Cloud. All quilters or would-be quilters
are invited to join the group. Call 407-892-
2685 or 407-892-5775.
Fishing club
The St. Cloud BassCasters Fishing Club
meets the first Thursday of the month .at Fat
Boys restaurant on U.S. Highway 192 in St.
Cloud. Tournaments are held the following
Saturday. Boaters and non-boaters welcome.
Call The Fishing Pad II, 407-891-1003, or
Marc McKenzie, 407-891-7368.
Cruise-Ill
Members of the St. Cloud Thursday Night
Cruise-In mriet e,.'eiy Thisdai.' from 5 to 8
p.m. at the St. Clo ud Wal-Maiit, U.S. Highway
192 and Brown Chapel Road For details call
407-957-6869.
Model railroads
The Kissimmee-St. Cloud Model Railroad
Engineers Club meets every Wednesday at 7
p.m. at 34 Brown Chapel Road, St. Cloud.
Visitors welcome. For more information call
Greg Smith at 892-0436 or Bob Fisk, 892-
2616.
Osceola Riders
The general membership meeting of the
Osceola Riders motorcycle enthusiast group is
held the second Sunday of each month at 1
p.m. Call Mike at 943-3686 for directions.
Latin Touch
Car Club
Meets every Saturday at 7 p.m. at 3040 W.
Vine St., Chevron For more information call
J.R. Ramos, president, at 407-348-2234 or
Tito Garcia, vice president, at 407-931-8587.


Car club
The Solo Pa Mi Gente Car Club meets Sat-
urdays at 8 p.m. at 1707 W. Vine St. For
more information call Jesus "Gee" Rivera at
931-2061 or Tito Nieves at 407-944-0181.
Patchers quilters
The Patchers of Time quilting guild meets
at the Osceola Center for the Arts, 2411 E.
Bronson Highway, the second Monday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. Visitors welcome.
Call 407-892-5775.
Cribbage class
A free cribbage class is offered by the
Kissimmee Parks and Recreation Department
every Friday from 10 a.m. to noon at the
Lakeshore Recreation Center. For details call
407-847-2388.
Stamp club
The Osceola Stamp Club meets the first
and third Wednesday of each month at 1:30
p.m. at the Senior Center, 1099 Shady Lane.
Evening meetings are at 7 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday of each month at the center.
Holds auctions at the first Wednesday meeting
of each month.

Military

American Legion Post 10
American Legion Post 10, 200 Lakeshore
Blvd., Kissimmee, holds general membership
and auxiliary meetings at 7 p.m. the fourth
Wednesday of each month. The Sons of the
American Legion meetings are held the third
Wedsday of each month at 7 p.m.
Friday bingo and seafood dinner for mem-
bers and guests is at 5:30 p.m. Saturday din-
ners are at 6 p.m. and dance music is at 8
p.m. Sunday bingo for members and guests is
at 4 p.m. Monday's ladies pool tournament is
at 7 p.m. For more information call 847-
4193.
An Osceola chapter of the Military Order of
the Purple Heart is 'being organized. If you
were awarded the Purple Heart and are inter-
ested in chartering a chapter in Osceola
County contact Jon at 321-284-7613 or
Cowboy at 407-460-1195.
American Legion Post 80
St. Cloud American Legion Post No. 80,
1019 Pennsylvania Ave., holds meetings at 7
p.m. the second Thursday of each month;
auxiliary meetings are at 7 p.m. the first
Thursday of each month; and the Sons of
American Legion meetings are at 06:30 p.m.
the second Monday of each month.
The Post is trying something new -
karaoke, hosted by -Jerry Cox, is on Wednes-
days from 7 to 11 p.m. This is also "Steak
Night" sponsored by the Sons of American
Legion from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Post has dinners every Friday from 5
p.m. to 8' p.m., with entertainment beginning
at 7 p.m. The Post has Sunday breakfast from
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. with a buffet and a full
menu.The public is invited. Bingo for mem-
bers and guests is on Saturdays at 7 p.m.
Karaoke with Jerry Cox every Saturday at 8
p.m. Call the post at 407-892-8808 for more
information.
VFW Post 4225
Members of VFW Post 4225, .504 S. Ran-
dolph St., Kissimmee, meet at 7 p.m. the first
and third Wednesday of each month. The
Ladies Auxiliary meets the third Wednesday of
each month at 7 p.m.
Pool tournaments Mondays at 7 p.m., darts
Thursday at 7 p.m. and steak bingo every
third Tuesday at 7 p.m. Free pool all day Fri-
days. Happy hours Monday through Thursday
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and all day Friday.
Dinners are served Saturdays from 5 to


To publicize a non-profit event or
meeting, submit in writing a notice
to the newspaper's office in Kissim-
mee at 108 Church St. or 1109 10th
St. in St. Cloud. Or, mail it to the
newspaper at P.O Box 422068,
Kissimmee, FL 34742. The newspa-


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per's fax number of 407-933-6856.
E-mail events to bolson@osceola
newsgazette.com/.
Deadlines are 5 p.m. Monday for
Thursday's paper and 5 p.m. Wednes-


day for Saturday's paper.
Those categories of community
events listed in Thursday's paper will
be: activities, benefits, bingo, civic
groups, classes and for, about kids.


Those categories of events listed in Sat-
urda y's paper will be: health, hob-
bies/games, military, miscellaneous,
recreation, religion and thrift stores. For
more information on community events,
contact news assistant Barbara Olson
at 407-846-7600, Ext. 211.


7 p.m. and are open to the public.
The auxiliary accepts used eye glasses for
reconditioning for those in need. Call 407-
847-7855 for dinner menus and future sched-
uled entertainment and special events.
The Tribute
The Veterans Tribute and Museum of
Osceola County has been established at the
Osceola Square Mall in what was the Morri-
son's cafeteria storefront. Items of military
memorabilia are on display both as a tribute to
veterans of all U.S. wars and to inform stu-
dents of our country's history. Free. Volun-
teers are needed to staff the exhibit during the
hours it is open. For more information call
Jim Kervin at 407-922-9482.
DAV
DAV Chapter 148 and the Auxiliary meet
the second Sunday of the month at 2:30 p.m.
at 21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee. The lounge is
open Monday through Saturday beginning at
1 p.m. Call the chapter home at 407-846-
4141 for special events.
Attn: World War II vets
Anyone who served the United States in
World War II and was stationed in Miami
Beach during training or for any other assign-
ments is being asked to contact the Miami
Beach World War II Veterans Memorial at
Judith S. Berson, c/o The Edison Hotel, 960
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139-5013,
and give their remembrances of Miami Beach
in wartime.
A book is being compiled of World War II
veterans' memories. Questionnaires will be
sent to veterans to give their memories and
qualifications. This is an outgrowth of the
recent veterans reunions held in Miami Beach
from 1999 to 2003.
Marine Corps League
Marine Corps League September 11th
Detachment meets the first Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. at DAV Chapter 148, 21 E.
Keen St., Kissimmee. For more information
call Jose Olmeda, 407-348-3193.
Seabee vets
Navy Seabee Veterans of America, Island
X-21,. meets the first Saturday of every, month
at Ryan's restaurant, 4551 13th St. (U.S.
Highway 192), St. Cloud. Breakfast at 10
a.m., meeting at 11 a.m. Wives welcome. For
details call Don Oman, 407-846-2369.
Navy Seabee Veterans of America, Island
X-4 meets the third Saturday of the month
at 11 a.m. at the Golden Corral Restaurant,
7251 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando. Wives
welcome. For details call Harold Beal, 407-
277-0007.
Navy Seabee Veterans of America, Island
X-2, meets the second Saturday of the month
at Ryans Steak House, Route 33 N. Lakeland.
Ladies welcome. For details call J.W. Miller,
island secretary, at 933-7573.
Fleet Reserve Assoc.
The Delbert D. Black Branch 117 of the
Fleet Reserve Association meets the second
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the
VFW 4287, 3500 S. Goldenrod Road,
Orlando. Any retired Navy, Marine Corps or
Coast Guard personnel are eligible for mem-
bership as well as personnel currently on
active duty. For more information call Ship-
mate President Anthony Cassata at 407-275-
7791 or Shipmate Vice President Jim Mid-
dlekauff at 407-273-6175.
Korean War vets
The Korean War Veterans Association of
Osceola County meets at VFW Post 3227,
915 New York Ave., St. Cloud, the third
Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. All mili-
tary veterans who served honorably in the
U.S. armed forces during the Korean War
period are eligible for membership. For
more information call David L. Conboy at
407-892-7409.
Vietnam vets
The Vietnam Veterans of Osceola County
and Associates meet at the DAV Chapter
148, 21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee, the second.
Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Eligibility:
Vietnam and Vietnam-era veterans who
served on active duty in the U.S. military, for
other than training, between Feb. 28, 1961,
and May 7, 1975, in country, or between
Aug. 5, 1964, and May 7, 1975, for Viet-
nam-era veterans. Associates membership is
open to all who believe in what the Vietnam
Veterans of America represents. Meetings are
Open to the public.
Call Jim Kervin at 407-846-7278 or Tony.
Cianciotta, 407-957-1400.
VFW Post 3227
VFW Post 3227, 915 New York Ave., St.
Cloud, meets the first and third Thursday of
the month at 7:30 p.m. The ladies auxiliary
meets the second Thursday of the month at .
7:30 p.m. Karaoke for members and their
guests is every Saturday at 7 p.m. Call 407-
892-6761.

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The post and ladies auxiliary
are collecting canned and dry
goods throughout the year for
the St. Cloud Community
Pantry. Contributions may be
dropped off at the post.
Women veterans/
sea services
The local unit, Orange
Blossom Unit No. 69, is an
organization of women vet-
erans and active duty per-
sonnel of all seagoing ser-
vices, including Navy, Coast
Guard, Marines, Yeoman F
of World War I and Navy
nurses of any era.
Under the WAVES
National designation, Unit
69 includes all in the Kissim-
mee/Orlando area and
meets at 11 a.m. the second
Saturday of each month at
Westminster Towers. For
information call Susan Acos-
ta, president, at 407-240-
6124 or Teri, secretary, at
407-348-4313.
American Legion
Post 10
American Legion Post
10, 200 Lakeshore Blvd.,
Kissimmee, holds general
membership and auxiliary
meetings at 7 p.m. the
fourth Wednesday of each
month. The Sons of the
American Legion meetings
are held the third Tuesday of
each month at 7:30 p.m.
Bingo for members and
guests is on Friday at 5 p.m.
and Sundays beginning at 4
p.m. Seafood dinners are
served Fridays at 5:30 p.m.;
steak dinners are served on
Saturday at 6 p.m.?, with
dance music at 8 p.m.
For more information call
407-847-4193.

Other

St. Cloud museum
talk
Stanley Whitted will discuss
"Narcoossee and St. Cloud -
Th-.-, and Now" Sunday, March
13, at 2 p.m. at .the St. Cloud
Heritage Museum, 1012 Mass-
achusetts Ave. The talk is free
and open to the public.
Free dinner
Donate a unit of blood and
receive a free steak dinner the
second Wednesday of each
odd month. of the year from 4
to 7 p.m. at the St. Cloud
Senior Center, 3101 17th St.


The next dinner is coming up
Wednesday, March 16. The
dinner is sponsored by the
Independent Order of Odd
Fellows No. 66. For more
information call the Osceola
branch of Florida's Blood
Centers at 407-931-2131.
Genealogy Club
The Genealogy Club of
Osceola County meets the
first Sunday of the month at
2 p.m. at Central Library on
Dakin Avenue in Kissimmee.
As a continuing program,
volunteers from the Genealo-
gy Club are on hand to
answer questions about family
research at the Central
Library Tuesdays from 10
a.m. to 11 a.m. and Thurs-
days from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Genealogy Club meets
at the Central Library on
Dakin Avenue in downtown
Kissimmee at 2 p.m. the first
Sunday of the month. .
For more information and
a copy of the newsletter call
407-957-4347 or 407-892-
5726.
St. Patrick's Day
sale
Members of the. Kissimmee
Woman's Club will hold their
annual St. Patrick's Day
book, bake and white ele-
phant sale Saturday, March
19, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
their clubhouse, 1616 W.
Oak St., Kissimmee.
Paperback books are a
quarter each or five for $1.
Hardback books are 50 cents
each. All proceeds go to local
charities.
AARP Tax Aide
AARP Tax Aide volunteers
are available to provide free
tax help for taxpayers with
middle and low incomes, with
special attention to those age
60 and older. Take the fol-
lowing items with you: 2003
tax return copy; photo ID;
Social Security cards; W-2
forms from each employer;
1099 forms from bank, bro-
ker, pension provider, Social
Security benefits, etc.; sup-
porting documents for item-
ized deductions and depen-
dent care provider.
Tax Aide does not work on
complex or business tax
returns. No appointments
necessary.
Help is available at the fol-
lowing locations through
April 15.
Monday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


St. Cloud Senior Center,
3101 17th St. (E-file avail-
able); 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. First
Baptist Church-Poinciana,
601 Walnut St. (E-file); 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Holy Re-
deemer Church, 1603 N.
Thacker Ave., Kissimmee.
Tuesday: Noon to 4 p.m.
H2U (Senior Friends), 1500
Village Oak Lane, Kissimmee
(E-file).
Wednesday: Noon to 4
p.m. Orange Gardens Civic
Center, 1114 George St.,
Kissimmee (alternate Wednes-
days); 12:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. Osceola Council on
Aging, 1099 Shady Lane,
Kissimmee; noon to 4 p.m.
Polo Park Community Center,
Polo Park Boulevard and
Hempstead, Davenport (E-file).
Thursday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Elks Lodge bingo hall, 1655
Kings Highway, Kissimmee.
Friday: 12:30 p.m. to 4:30
p.m. BVL Community Center,
501 Florida Parkway, Kissim-
mee (E-file); noon to 4 p.m.
Central Library, 211 E. Dakin
Ave., Kissimmee (E-file).
To locate a site near you call
1-888-227-7669 or visit Web
site www.aarp.org/taxaide.
School reunions
The St. Cloud High School
class of 1980 .has planned a
cruise of the Western
Caribbean for its 25th
reunion. The cruise is
planned for June 11-16.
(Alumni of other SCHS class-
es are invited.) For more
information contact Cheryl
Bowers McGhee at 407-957-
1056 or Rick Tattoli at 407-
908-0306.
The Osceola High School
class of 1985 will hold its 20-
year reunion at the
TradeWinds Island Grand
Resort in St. Pete Beach July
29-31. Bring the children -
there will be activities for the
whole family. Faculty from
the '80s is encouraged to
attend. To receive a package
with all the details, e-mail or
call Keith Overton at kover-
ton@twresort.com or 727-
363-2235. A local number
for more information is 407-.
709-9969.
Crime watch
The Kissimmee Neighbor-
hood Crime Watch meets the
second Thursday of every
month at 6:30 p.m. at the
Kissimmee Police Depart-
ment on Stewart Street. For
more information call 407-
344-2591.


Tap Cracker
Cloggers
The Tap Cracker Cloggers
practice each Tuesday night.
Beginning class is 6:30; inter-
mediate 7:20; advanced, 8:15
p.m All ages are welcome.
Adults only class is Monday,
6:30 p.m. For more informa-
tion call 407-892-2766.

Recreation

Makinson Aquatic
Center
The Makinson Aquatic
Center, next to Valencia
Community College, is open
from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
weekends. Cost of admission
is $4. Seasonal pool passes
available for $50 (family dis-
counts offered). For more
information call 407-870-
POOL or visit www.kissim-
meeparksandrec. com.
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,86, born June 26, 1918, went
home to be
with our Lord
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Bain on March
7, 2005 in St. .
Cloud. She
died from a heart attack and
pneumonia. She was survived by
three children: James; Ross Bain
of Goshen, Ohio; Clinton Bain
of Orlando, FL; and Linda Bain
of Sanford, FL. Five grandchil-
dren: Dwight' Bain of Orlando,
FL; Patricia Bain of Orlando,
FL;, Adessa Beth Kays of St.
Cloud, FL; Jami Zimmer of St.
Cloud, FL; and Megan Pearison
of Sanford, FL. Three great-
grandchildren: Nicholas Zimmer,
Heidi and Garrett Bain.
She was born in Buffalo, NY,
resided in Southeastern Ken-
tucky and moved to St. Cloud,
FL, in 1960. She brought love
and wisdom every where she
went. The love she had for us all
had no beginning and no end, it
was unconditional and bountiful.
She was a member of St. Cloud
FL Chapter #46 Order of the
Eastern Star and a-member of
First Christian Church. She.-will
be missed and will live on in our
hearts forever.
Funeral services will be held
at Carmen Funeral Home, Flat-
woods, KY, on Saturday, March
11 at 1 p.m. and laid to rest at
Bellefonte Memorial Gardens. A
memorial service will be held at
Osceola First Christian Church
on 1122 Kentucky Ave. at 7:00
p.m., March 15, 2005.

HEIDT Beverly Stulgis
I Heidt graduated to Heaven


March 6, 2005. Born in Lorain, '
OH, Sept. 24, 1932, she was
72. Beverly moved to Venice FL
in 1948 and graduated from
Nokomis High School in 1950.
She moved to Kissimmee, FL in
1981 and was employed by
Good Samaritan, Kissimmee
from 1981-1992.
She is survived by daughter,
Holly Heidt Slater, Kissimmee,
FL, son, James Faren Heidt,
Atonka, TN, Brother, William c.
Stulgis, Nokomis, FL, sister,
Mary helen Walters, Silver
Springs, FL, four grandchildren,
and seven great-grandchildren.
"Forever Young at Heart!"

BUTTS Sarah Alice Butts,
88, of St. Cloud, died Sun-
day, March 6,
2005. She was
born in Cov-
ington, Ken- ,-
tucky and mov- .
ed from Bre-
men, Ohio to
St. Cloud in
1962. Mrs. Butts operated


beauty salons in Ohio and
Florida for over 50 years, the lat-
est was Alice's Beauty Center on
the corner of Tenth and
Kentucky Ave. in St. Cloud. She
was a member of St. Cloud
Church of God, the Royal
Neighbors, Russel, KY., and
Model Gleaners #323 Order of
the Eastern Star, Bremen, Ohio,
and served as Worthy Matron
twice while in Bremen, Ohio.
She is survived by son, Alfred
and wife Phylis, St. CLoud,
granddaughters; Diana Faye
Yates (Terry C.) Galena, Ohio
and Sara Alice Shuttera
(Rodney) St. Cloud; and three
great-grandchildren; Alfred
Donald Yates, Catherine Anne
Yates, and Erica Lynn Shuttera.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, March 10, 2005 at
Fisk Funeral Home. Interment
followed at Osceola Memory
Gardens Cemetery, Kissimmee,
Funeral Arrangements under the
direction of Fisk Funeral Home,
1107 Massachusetts Ave., St.
Cloud, FL 407-892-2155.


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Events
Continued from page B-4


English country
dancers
The Central Florida Eng-
lish Country Dancers meet at
the St. Cloud Senior Center,
3101 17th St., St. Cloud,
Hall B on the second Satur-
day of each month from 4 to
7 p.m. The dance is very
similar to square dancing, but
no partner is required.
Beginners are welcome. The
cost is $1. Also, please bring
a finger-food snack or drink
to share. For more informa-
tion contact Steve or Diana
at 407-847-6055.
Spring break camp
Kissimmee Parks and
Recreation will offer a,
Spring Break Camp for chil-
dren in grades pre-K 8 at
the Berlinsky Community
House from March 28 -
April 1. It includes field trips
to Party Zone, swimming,
an end-of-the-week party
and more. Register at Oak
Street Park Community
Center, 717 N. Palm Ave.
The cost is $70 per child.
This price includes lunches,
morning and afternoon
snacks and supervision from
7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 407-847-2388 for
more information.'
Pavement Pounders
The St. Cloud Pavement
Pounders running/walking
club holds monthly meetings
the second Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. Discussions
are held on club issues, run-
ning/walking events, commu-
nity involvement and items of
physical fitness. The club also
meets at the St. Cloud City'
Hall parking lot every Tues-
day for a stress-free 5k
run/walk. Walkers start at
6:15 p.m., runners start at
6:30 p.m. Beginners encour-
aged to join the group on
Tuesday. Call 407-791-
3296 for monthly meeting
locations.
Wagon Wheel
Wagon Wheel Square
Dance Club holds dance
lessons at the St. Cloud
Senior Center, 3101 17th St.
every Wednesday and Friday
from 7 to 10 ap.m. Caller is
Dale McClary. Line dance
lessons by Dot and Dusty
Wilkinson between square
dance tips. Ballroom dancing
during all sessions. Casual
dress; all ages welcome.
For more information call
Walt and Marilyn at 407-891-
1380 or Eddie and Bivian at
407-892-9665.
Pony Express
Cloggers
The cloggers are currently
meeting at the Moose Lodge,
1019 Main St., Kissimmee.
Beginner, intermediate and
advanced classes are offered
starting at 6:30 p.m. in the
front room. Classes are open
to age 5 and up; no partner is
needed. Families are wel-
come. New beginners pay
$10 to register and get the
first four classes free.
The cloggers are also avail-
able to entertain at all func-
tions. Call Ruth at 407-847-
4666, Jan at 407-396-1943
or Shelly at 407-935-1255.
Celebration dance
The Dance Experience
offers classes at Celebration
High School in its dance stu-
dio. Classes are beginner
combo class, ballet I & II, tap
I & II, jazz I & II, adult
jazz/hip-hop and adult bal-
'let/stretch. For more infor-
mation contact Sabrina Camp
at DanceExperience@aol.com
or 407-716-4945.
Sing barbershop
The Society for the Preser-
vation and Encouragement of
Barbershop Quartet Singing
in America is looking for men
who sing or would like to sing
to join them. The group
meets Wednesdays at 7:30
p.m. at the Osceola Center


for the Arts, 2411 U.S. High-
way 192. Call Jim McElravy
at 407-397-2294 for details.
Kissimmee
recreation
The following adult
programs are held at the
Oak Street Recreation Cen-
ter, 717 N. Palm Ave. For
more information call 407-


847-2388.
Fit & Tone class: A form
of low impact aerobics and
toning. Details available at the
center.
Tennis lessons: For adults
of all ages and skill levels.
Individual and group lessons
available. Tuesday sessions
and Thursday sessions 9 a.m.
- 10 a.m., 10 a.m. 11 a.m.;
$40 month (per session). Pre-
registration required. Call
407-847-2388 for the Oak
Street Park Community Cen-
ter or contact instructor John
Lefort at 407-808-3121.
Kenpo & Taekwondo:
Martial arts and self-defense.
Year Round Monday and
Thursday: Beginner Taek-
wondo and Kenpo
6 p.-m. 7 p.m.; Intermedi-
ate Taekwondo and Kenpo
7 p.m. 8 p.m.; Advanced
Taekwondo and Kenpo 8
p.m. 9 p.m. $30 per
month.
Motivators
A2 Square Dance Club
meets the first and third Sun-
days of the month from 2 to
4 p.m. at the St. Cloud
Senior Center, 3101 17th St.


For more information call
407-892-9665.
St. Cloud
recreation
The hours for the Chris
Lyle Aquatic Center are:
Monday through Thursday
noon to 3 p.m. and 7 to 10
p.m.; Friday noon to 3 p.m.;
Saturday and Sunday noon to
5 p.m. For details call St.
Cloud Parks and Recreation
at 407-957-7244.
Hours for Aqua-fit class at
the Chris Lyle Aquatic Center
are Monday through Friday
from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.; Mon-
day through Saturday from
11 a.m..to noon; and Mon-
day through Friday from 6
p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuning,Toning and Talking
is at 10 a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
Tai chi classes are Wednes-
days from 7 to 8 p.m. Cost is
$ 2. For details call 407-957-
7243.
BMX Track hours are Sun-
days from 11 a.m. to 1:45
p.m.; Wednesdays from 6
p.m. to 8 p.m.; and Fridays
from 6 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.


Tennis/racquet ball
A "for fun" tennis and rac-
quet ball club has formed in
St. Cloud. Anyone can join,
no rankings or ratings. You
set times and days of play. No
fees or dues. Call Tom Long
at 407-892-5836.
Yoga & more
Yoga, meditation and
relaxation meets every
Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30
p.m. at the Poinciana Com-
munity Center. For details call
the center at 863-427-1827.
Boat club
The Tohopekaliga Boat
Club meets the first Monday
of the month at the lake-
front in Kissimmee. Social
hour is at 7 p.m., potluck at
7:30. For information call
Commodore Scott Whidden
407-933-7151, or visit web
site www.geocities.com/toho
boatclub
Camping group
The Osceola Sams, a local
camping group, go camping
the third weekend of the
month but sometimes change
for special events each


month. Call Char at 892-
8024 or Helen at 870-9927.
Toho Cloggers
The Toho Cloggers meet
every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
For information about the
club or to have the club per-
form call Joan at 273-9791
or Joyce at 957-5425.
Line dance classes
Line dancing classes are
held Mondays at 12:25 p.m.
at the BVL Community Cen-
ter. For more information call
Cindi at 407-348-2535.
Sugar Belt
Express Cloggers
The group, for adults only,
meets and practices every
Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the
Narcoossee Community Cen-
ter. For more information call
892-2766.

Religion

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conference
Good Samaritan Commu-
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Sunday, March 13. Services
will be Sunday at 9:45 a.m.
and 5:45 p.m. The services
are open to all residents and
employees of the village, as
well as their friends and
guests.
For more information call
the church office at 407-933-
3245.
Easter events
Osceola Christian Church
will hold a free community
egg hunt Saturday, March 26,
from 9:30 a.m. to noon on
the new church grounds at
2275 Canoe Creek Road, St.
Cloud. There will be more
than 5,000 eggs, prizes, a-
bounce house, music and
food.
An Easter service will be
held Sunday, March 27, at
10:30 a.m. on the new
church grourids. For more
information call 407-892-
5511.
Welcome Table
Welcome Table Ministries
provides lunches, resume ser-
vices and Christian encour-
agement to areas of need in
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AGENDA

All Day
Craft show, food and
beverage, community
entertainment and
Caribbean arts and crafts
in the park.

1 1:00am-Noon
ISLAND MUSIC

12:00pm- 1:00pm
THE CONNECTION CREW:
Three-piece band with steel
pan.

1: 1 5pm-2:0 Opm
KREYOL DANCE TROUPE
and NALINI AND NADIA
PERSAUD:
Caribbean and East Indian
dancers entertain the crowd
with their unique island
dances.

2:30pm-2:45pm
THE SPIRIT OF THE V.I.
MOKO JUMBIES:
Colorfully dressed,
Caribbean-style stilt walkers
provide dazzling
entertainment for the crowd.

3:00pm-5:00pm
CAMACHO & MYSTIK
NRG: The sounds of reggae
hit the stage with this popular
Central Florida group! Their
unique blend of youth and
experience, magically bring
the sounds of the islands to
Kissimmee!

KIDS ENTERTAINMENT
Climbing Wall
Kids Games
Pony Rides

NOTE: Agenda subject to change.






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Events
Continued from page B-5


Osceola County. Lunches will
be given out on Saturdays. All
services and food are free to
the public. Free resume ser-
vices are also offered to the
community at large. To have
Welcome Table Ministries go
to your neighborhood call
Carlton and Sandra Tynes at
407-932-0767.

Seniors

Toho telephone
friends
Members of the Toho
Retired Telephone Friends
will hold a luncheon meet-
ing March 24 at the Elks
Hall on Kings Highway,
Kissimmee. A bake sale will
be held from 11:30 a.m. to
noon. The lunch meeting
will begin at noon. All com-
munication workers are wel-
come. For more informa-
tion call Ken Glover at 407-
957-2923.
NARFE meetings
National Association of
Retired Federal Employees
Chapter 0147 meets the sec-
ond Thursday of the month
from October through April
at 11:30 a.m. at the .St.
Cloud Senior Center, 7th
Street and Indiana Avenue.
Take a covered dish.
St. Cloud AARP
The group meets the
fourth Monday of the month
at 12:30 p.m. at the St.
Cloud Senior Center, 3101
17th St. Take a covered dish,
to share and your own place
setting. Call 407-957-4516.
BVL AARP
The Buenaventura Lakes
AARP Chapter 4259 meets
the third Wednesday of the
month at noon at the Robert
Guevara Community Center,
501 Florida Parkway. Take a
covered dish to share. For
details call 407-892-5970.
Poinciana AARP
Chapter 3520 meets the
third Thursday of each month
at the Poinciana Community
Center. Dues are $2.50 per
year. Call 863-427-0619.
Senior programs
The following programs
are held at the Oak Street
Community Center, 717 N.
Palm Ave., Kissimmee.
Phone: 407-847-2388.
"Peg-A-Longs" Cribbage
Club Year Round, Fridays
9:07 a.m. to 12:07 p.m.
Free.
Mah Jongg Club Year-
round Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to
noon. Free.
Ladies Craft Club Year-
round Tuesdays 10 a.m. to
noon. Free.
Young at Heart
Young at Heart, a ministry
of Crossroads Baptist Church of
St. Cloud, meetsthe third
Thursday of every month at
10:30 a.m. in St. Cloud. Every-
one is invited for food, fun and
fellowship. Call Elmer Mayes,
407-414-6889.
Golden Rollers
Adults roller skate at
Kissimmee Skate Reflections,
1111 Dyer Blvd., each
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m. Call 407-846-8469.
Senior club
The Holy Redeemer
Catholic Church Senior Club
meets every Monday from
noon to 4 p.m. in the social
hall. All seniors are welcome
to enjoy coffee, cards and
conversation. Call Jeanette
Onderisin at 407-847-3913.

Thrift

Stores

Osceola ARC
Due to circumstances
caused by the recent hurri-
canes the thrift store on
Clyde Street cannot accept or


sell items temporarily.
However, the other store
at the Shoppes of Kissim-
mee at 3241 S. John
Young Parkway, corner of
Pleasant Hill Road, is open
for business. Hours are 9
a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday. Phone
407-343-6272.


Helping Kids
In Mill Creek Mall, 1324 E.
Vine St., Kissimmee, 407-931-
0001, open from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Satur-
day. New and used household
items, quality used clothing,
furniture, appliances, gifts,
new crafts. Donations of
items to be sold'in the store
needed. Call for pickup. Volun-
teers needed.
Thriftee Center
In the Hunter Arms build-
ing on 11th Street, St. Cloud,
407-891-8155. New and
used clothing for all ages,


household gadgets, bedding
and a lot more. Hours: 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday. Operated by the
Presbyterian Women.
Goodwill Store
Kissimmee Square at 1363
E. Vine St., open from 9 a.m.
to 8 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and from noon to 5
p.m. Sunday. Carries all
kinds of new and used items
and also takes donations. Call
407-932-0002.
Three Saints
1026 New York Ave. in


St. Cloud, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Monday, Tuesdays, Thurs-
days, Fridays and. Satur-
days. Donations may be
dropped off during shop
hours. Operated by the
Ladies of St. Luke and St.
Peter Episcopal Church.
Phone: 407-957-7704.
Good Samaritan
In Good Samaritan Village
on 17-92, Kissimmee, 407-
944-4341. Open from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday
through Fridays. Donated
items welcome. Proceeds to
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RELIGION: A guide to religion in the area


Editors note: To correct or add any information or add a
new listing, contact Barbara Olson at the News-Gazette at
407-846-7600; mail information to the News-Gazette,
P.O. Box 422068, Kissimmee, FL 34742; fax it to 407-
933-6856; or drop it off at the News-Gazette Kissimmee
office at 108 Church St. across from Kissimmee City Hall,
or at the St. Cloud office, 1109 10th St., between 8 a.m.
and noon and 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1702 Brack St., Kissimmee,
407-847-4446. Sunday worship services 7:45 a.m. and 11
a.m.; church school 9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting and Bible
study Tuesday 7 p.m.
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD
Calvary Assembly of God, 711 N. Thacker Ave.,407-
847-5673. Sunday: Sunday school for all ages 9:30 a.m.
Praise & Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Children's Church
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Evening Worship at 6 p.m. Youth ser-
vice on Sunday 6 p.m. Tuesday, Women's Bible Study at 10
a.m. Wednesday prayer service 6 p.m. Worship service at 7
p.m. offering adult Bible study, Missionettes and Royal Explor-
ers program for girls and boys 3-18. Nursery provided.
El Faro Spanish Assembly of God meets at the
Kissimmee Woman's Club, 1616 W. Oak St., Kissimmee,
407-870-2365. Sunday school 6:30 p.m., worship at 7:30
p.m. Family home Bible study is on Wednesdays. Friday
worship service at 7:30 p.m.
Faith Assembly of God Church, 1406 Eastern Ave.,
St. Cloud, 407-892-5656. Sunday: Traditional worship ser-
vice 8:15 a.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., contemporary
worship at 10:30 a.m. and the evening service at 6 p.m.
Wednesday: Youth worship service, Royal Rangers, Mis-
sionettes, and adult Bible study at 7 p.m. Turning Point
classes available; call for schedule. Web site www.faithassem-
blyofstcloud.com
First Spanish Assembly of God, 1006 Thacker
Ave., Kissimmee, 870-9191. Sunday school 10:30 a.m.
Worship at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m. Friday
prayer service 7:30 p.m.
Iglesia La Nueva Jerusalen, 4925 Old Pleasant Hill
Road, Poinciana, 407-933-2622. Sunday service 10 a.m.,
evening service 6:30. Tuesday prayer, Royal Rangers and
Missionettes 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Youth meet 7:30 p.m.
Life Assembly, 2269 Partin Settlement Road, between
Kissimmee and St. Cloud, 407-847-8222. Sunday school
for all ages 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:30 a.m. Chil-
dren's worship and nursery 10:30 a.m. Praise and worship
6 p.m. Wednesday family night with adult Bible study,
youth, Missionettes and Royal Rangers at 7 p.m.
THE BAHA'I FAITH
"Oneness of God, oneness of religion, oneness of
mankind." Devotions and discussions Tuesdays at 7:30
p,.m. and on request. Meet in members' homes. Call 407-
931-4328.
BAPTIST
Amazing Grace Baptist Fellowship, 407-891-6254.
Meets Sundays at Hickory Tree Elementary School, Hickory
Tree Road, St. Cloud, at 9:30 a.m. for Sunday school,
10:45 a.m. for morning worship hour, 6 p.m. for evening
service. Wednesday prayer meeting 7 p.m. at 4835 Deer
Run Road, St. Cloud.
Bible Baptist Church, 1500 E. Vine St., Kissimmee,
407-847-4087. Sunday school for all ages 9:30 a.m. Morn-
ing worship 8:15 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.; AWANA. Evening
worship service 6. Each Wednesday, worship service, Chil-
dren's Choir and Ground Zero 7 p.m. Deaf ministry avail-
able at all services. Nursery provided for all services.
Cornerstone Baptist Church, 2925 Canoe Creek
Road, St. Cloud, 407-892-3300. Sunday Morning: Con-
temporary Services, 9 and 10:45 a.m., The Edge (students
6th 12th grade) 9 and 10:45 a.m., Kidz Church (1st-5th
graders) 9 and 10:45 a.m., Preschool (birth -kindergarten) 9
and 10:45 a.m. Sunday evenings: Small Groups 4:30-6:30
p.m., AWANA 4:30-6:30 p.m. (during school year), Middle
School and High School Discipleship 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Wednesday: Life Service 1st, 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of
the month from 6:30-8 p.m.
Crossroads Baptist Church, 3797 Edsel Ave., St.
Cloud, 407-891-8688. Sunday school for all ages 9:40
a.m. Sunday morning worship 10:30, Sunday evening wor-
ship 6:15. Wednesday prayer and Bible study 7 p.m.
Eastern Ave. Missionary Baptist Church, Eastern
Avenue between 10th and 11th streets, St. Cloud, 892-
4644. Sunday school 10 a.m., morning worship 11. Sun-
day evening service 15. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m.
Emmanuel Baptist Church, 2627 Lehigh Ave.,
Kissimmee, 407-846-8230. Sunday: Sunday school is at
9:45 a.m. Sunday morning worship is at 10:45 a.m. Sun-
day evening prayer bands are at 5:30 p.m. Baptist training
course is at 5:45 p.m. Sunday evening worship is at 6:30
p.m. Wednesday: Mid-week prayer service is at 7:30 p.m.
Faith Baptist Church of Kissimmee, 1990 Neptune
Road, Kissimmee, 407-846-0157. Sunday school 9:45
a.m. for all ages; worship service is at 11 a.m. with child
care and children's church available at that time; Sunday
evening service at 6 p.m. Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. AWANA
Youth Clubs for ages 3 through 8th grade. Tuesday mom-
ing Ladies Bible Study at 10 a.m. Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
prayer meeting and Bible study. Thursday 7 p.m. NO
WALLS youth ministry (6th-12th grades).
Fellowship Baptist Church, 3880 S: Orange Blos,
som Trail, 407-846-8363. Sunday school 10 a.m., morning
service at 11, evening service at 6. Wednesday prayer ser-
vice 7 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Kissimmee, 1700 N. John
Young Parkway, 407-847-3138 (www.fbckiss.org). Sunday
school at 9:15 a.m. and 11 a.m. Worship service at 9:15
a.m. and 11 a.m. as well. Child care provided during wor-
ship services for all children up to age 5. Sunday evening
service at 6:30. Wednesday services include student, chil-
dren, preschool and adult choir practice respectively at 5,
5:15, 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.; Bible study and prayer at 6:30
p.m.; Mission Friends and GA's/RA's 6:30 p.m. Arabic
Evangelical service Sunday at 5 p.m. Spanish service Satur-
day at 6:45 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Poinciana, 601 Walnut St.,
Poinciana, 863-427-0075. Sunday school for all ages 9:15
a.m.; Sunday worship service and children's church at
10:30 a.m., evening Worship 6 p.m. First Baptist Poinciana
Hispanic Church holds Sunday school at 10:45 a.m., fol-
lowed by worship service at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday,
Awana Clubs, age 3 through sixth grade, meet at 5:55
p.m., junior and senior youth meet at 6 p.m., prayer and
Bible study at 6:30 p.m. Bus transportation available for
Sunday school and 10:30 a.m. worship service. Nursery
provided for all services.
First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, 1717 13th St.,
St. Cloud, 407-892-7125: Sunday: Life Change classes/
Bible study 9 a.m.; worship service 10:30 a.m.; Kidz
Church (K-3rd grade); Spanish Mission 2:30 p.m.; Awana
5:15 p.m.; Youth and Adult C.A.R.E. Groups 5:30 p.m.
Monday: Men's prayer gathering 6 a.m.; English as a Sec-
ond Language 6:30 p.m.; Men's Bible Study 7 p.m. Tues-
day: M.O.M.S 9:15 a.m. the first and third Tuesdays; ARK
Club (Homeschoolers). 9:15 a.m: the second and fourth
Tuesday; Women's Bible study 6:30 p.m.; Co-ed bible
Study 6:30 p.m. Wednesday: Wednesday night supper 5
p.m. by reservation; KIDZ Choir 5:15 p.m. (K-6th grade);
Revolution Youth Gathering 6:30 p.m.; Scripture and
prayer gathering 6:30 p.m. Thursday: Seniors LLL Club


noon second Thursday; Adult C.A.R.E. Group 6:30 p.m.;
Spanish mission 7 p.m. Friday: Men's prayer gathering 6
a.m. Saturday: Gospel Sing third Saturday, fellowship hall,
7 p.m.
First Haitian Baptist Mission, 1700 N. Bermuda
Ave., Kissimmee, 407-846-0408. Sunday school 11 a.m.,
worship services noon and evening services at 7:30. Bible
study 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Prayer meetings in home 7:30
p.m. Thursdays-call for address.
Free Will Baptist Church, Home Street east off
North Orange Blossom Trail, one block north of Carroll
Street, 407-933-8786. Sunday school 10 a.m. Worship
service 11 a.m. Sunday evening worship 6. Prayer meeting


7 p.m. Wednesday.
Gateway Baptist Church, 2601 Partin Settlement
Road, Kissimmee, 407-846-8595. Sunday school 9:15
a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m., evening service 6. Wednesday
Word of Life for ages 4 through teens 6:45 p.m., prayer
service 7 p.m.
Hope Baptist Church, 2440 Fortune Road, Kissim-
mee, 870-0070. Sunday worship services are at 10 a.m.
and 6 p.m.; Sunday Prayer and Bible study 9 a.m. Wednes-
day worship is at 7 p.m.
Iglesia Bautista Central de Kissimmee, 2275
Boggy Creek Road, comer of Simpson Road, 348-0288.
Sunday: worship services 8 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sun-
day school 9:30 a.m.. and 6 p.m. Wednesday: Bible study
10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Mondays, Tuesdays and
Thursday at 9 a.m.
Iglesia Bautista Alfa y Omega meets at the Poin-
ciana Community Center, 395 Marigold Ave., Poinciana,
407-932-4024. Sunday Bible study and worship at 9:30
a.m. Bible study Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Iglesia Bautista de Avivamiento, 14246 Boggy
Creek Road, Orlando, 813-427-0134 or 348-4731. Sun-
day school 10 a.fn. Sunday worship services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Wednesday Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Lakewood Park Baptist Church, 721 Sylvan Ramble
Road, Davenport, 863-421-7312. Sunday school 10 a.m.
Sunday services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday service 7:30
p.m. (Independent and fundamental)
Lighthouse Baptist Church meets at 1664 Shepherd
Lane, Intercession City, 957-6018 or 870-1611. Sunday
school 9:45 a.m. Church services 11 a.m. Sunday evening
services 7. Wednesday prayer meeting and Bible study 7 p.m.
Lockhaven Baptist Church, 14246 Boggy Creek
Road, 847-5192 or 851-5420. Sunday school 10 a.m.
Morning worship at 11. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m. Ser-
vices also offered in Spanish. Sunday school 10 am.,
evening service 7 p.m. Bible study Wednesdays 7 p.m.
B.A.S.I.C. (youth program) meets at various times through-
out the month.
Mission Bautista De St. Cloud Evangelizando el
Sefiorio del Cristo Rey, 1717 13th St., St. Cloud, 407-
870-0852. Sunday service from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Thursday
Bible study 7 to 8:30 p.m. in building E behind the church;
fellowship and refreshments follow the Bible study. Saturday
11 a.m. evangelization teams.
Narcoossee Baptist Church, 870 N. Narcoossee
Road, 407-892-3567. Sunday Bible study for all ages
9:45-a.m. Worship services 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Wednesday prayer service 7 p.m. Awana for ages 3
through sixth grade every Wednesday during the school
year from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m.
Neptune Road Baptist Church, 1620 Neptune
Road, Kissimmee, 407-847-8174. Sunday: Sunday school
9:45 a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednes-
day: Prayer service 7 p.m., Bible study 7:30 p.m. Activities
for all ages: children's activities, missions, youth activities,
senior adults, Bible study, choir, orchestra, ladies prayer and
Bible study, Baptist men ministry.
New Faith Community Church of Holopaw, 5000
Holopaw Road, Holopaw, 407-892-1285. Sunday worship
9:30 a.m., Bible study 10:30 a.m. Second Sunday
service/supper 6 p.m.
New Hope Southern Baptist Chuich, 407--361-
7596, meets Sundays at St. Cloud Middle School,1975
Michigan Ave. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m., morning
workshop at 10:45 a.m., Stomp youth group at 5 p.m.,
evening worship at 6 p.m. and Wednesday prayer meet-
ing at 6:30 p.m.
North Kissimmee Baptist Church and North
Kissimmee Christian School,, 425 W. Donegan Ave.,
Kissimmee, 407-847-5372. Sunday: Sunday school adult
class 9:45 a.m., Sunday school children and youth class
9:45 a.m., .worship service 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday:
Bible study and prayer 7 p.m.
The Oaks: A Church for the Communities, .meets
at Michigan Avenue Elementary School, .2015 Michigan
Ave., St. Cloud, 321-443-4316 or theoaks.net/. The Oaks
Cafe for fellowship at 9:15 a.m. and worship at 10 a.m.
Old Canoe Creek Church, 3000 Old Canoe Creek
Road, St. Cloud, 407-891-1991. Sunday school 10 a.m.,
worship 11 a.m. Prayer service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Open Door Missionary Baptist Church, 407-846-
8985. Sunday services held at the Poinciana Community
Center 2:30 p.m. Bible study held in the home 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
Osceola Bible Church, a ministry of First Baptist
Church of Central Florida, 2123 N. Smith St., Kissimmee,
932-2380. Sunday school for children and adults at 9:30
a.m. followed by worship service at 10:30 a.m. Bible study
and prayer meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Pine Grove Missionary Baptist Church, at 2951
Tampa Ave., Kissimmee, 407-846-8779. Sunday service
11 a.m. Bible and prayer service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
St. Cloud Missionary Baptist Church, comer of
10th Street and Tennessee Avenue, St. Cloud, 407-892-
3444. Sunday school 10 a.m.; Sunday morning worship
11; Sunday evening service 6. Wednesday service 7 p.m.
St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, 400 E. Colum-
bia Ave., Kissimmee, 407-847-8348. Sunday school 9:30
a.m. Sunday morning worship 11 a.m. Prayer service/ Bible
study Tuesday 7 p.m. Children's ministry Tuesday 5:15 p.m.
Sunday school teachers meeting Thursday 6:30 p.m.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 602 Bermuda
Ave., Kissimmee, 846-0544. Sunday school 9:30 a.m. and
morning worship at 11. Bible training 4 p.m. and evening
worship at 5. Bible study each Monday 7:30 p.m. Prayer
meetings 7 p.m. Thursday.

Victory Baptist Church, off U.S. Highway 17-92 at
Immokalee Avenue, Intercession City. Sunday school 10
a.m., morning worship 11. Prayer bands for men and
women 6 p.m., evening service 6:30 Sundays. Service
every Wednesday 7 p.m. Ladies auxiliary meets the last Sat-
urday of each month.
Westbrook Baptist Church meets at the Orange Gar-
dens Community Building, 1114 N. George St., Kissimmee,
870-5405. Sunday worship service 10:45 a.m. Children's
church also meets.
BIBLE CHURCH
New Hope Bible Church, 1730 Vinitage St., Camp-
bell City. Sunday worship service 10 a.m. Wednesday family
night at 7.
CATHOLIC
Old Holy Roman Catholic Church, 600 Orange
Ave., St. Cloud, 892-5703. Sunday Mass 9 a.m.; Bible
study Wednesday 7 p.m.
Sts. Perpetua and Felicity Catholic Church, 703
13th St., St. Cloud, 957-6666 or 957-5622. Saturday Holy
Mass 7 p.m. English. Sunday Holy Mass 9 a.m. Spanish,
11:30 a.m. English, 7 p.m. Spanish. Sunday Holy Rosary
11 a.m.
ROMAN CATHOLIC
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, 1603 N. Thacker
Ave., Kissimmee, 407-847-2500. Masses are held at the
church. Times are Saturday Masses at 4 p.m. (English) and
7 p.m. (Spanish), Sunday Masses at 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10:30
a.m., noon and 1:30 p.m. (Spanish). Confession is Saturdays
at 11 a.m. and at 3 p.m. and also by appointment.
St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 344-
9607: 2750 E. Osceola Parkway Saturday Vigil Masses:
4 p.m. in English (September-April), 5 p.m. (May-August); 7


p.m. in Spanish. Sunday Masses: 10 a.m. in English; 8:30
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. in Spanish; 1:30 p.m. in French.
Effective June 11, Sunday Masses: 8 a.m. in Spanish; 10
a.m. in English; 11:45 a.m. in Spanish; and 1:30 p.m. in
French. Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturdays 3 p.m.
(September-April), 4 p.m. (May-August). Weekday Masses:
Tuesday and Thursdays 9 a.m. in Spanish. Wednesday
and Fridays 9 a.m. in English.
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 140 Pompei
Drive, Poinciana, 407-932-5004. Daily Masses: Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m.; 9 a.m. Haitian Mass, first, third
and fifth Sunday, 12:30 p.m. Confessions Saturdays, 2:30-


3:30 p.m. Weekend Masses English, Saturday, 4 p.m.;
Sunday, 9 a.m. Spanish Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 11
a.m. Holy Days of Obligation Vigil 7:30 p.m., 8 a.m. and
7 p.m.
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Brown
Chapel and Neptune roads at the intersection of 13th
Street, St. Cloud, 957-4495. Mass through September: Sat-
urday at 4 p.m.; and Sunday at 8:30 a.m., 10 a.m. and 6
p.m. in English. The Spanish Mass is Sunday at 11:30 a.m.
Confessions: 30 minutes before each Mass.
CHRISTIAN
Disciples of Christ of Kissimmee, meets at the
Alliance Church, 1485 Mill Slough Road, Kissimmee, 348-
2584. Sunday Bible school 1 p.m.; worship services 2:30
p.m. Bible study 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Worship and prayers
7:30 p.m. Friday. All services are in Spanish.
First Christian Church, 415 N. Main St., Kissimmee,
407-847-2543. Saturday casual worship 5:30 p.m. Sunday
worship 8:40 a.m. and 11 a.m. Bible fellowship 9:50 a.m.
Spanish worship 1 p.m.
Iglesia Cristiana Amor y Verdad Inc., 219 W.
Cypress St., Kissimmee, 407-847-0225. Services: Sun-
days, worship, 10 a.m., children and youth classes also on
Sunday; Tuesdays, prayer meeting 7:30 p.m.; Fridays,
Bible studies, 7:30 p.m.
Narcoossee Christian Church, holds worship ser-
vices each Sunday at 11 a.m., youth activities at 9:30 a.m.
and Sunday school at 10:15 a.m. at Narcoossee Communi-
ty School, 2700 N. Narcoossee Road, St. Cloud, 407-891-
9190. A Bible study fellowship group meets at 7 p.m. each
Wednesday at Rustic Acres off Boggy Creek Road. Lessons,
activities and films for the children.
Northeast Christian Church, 2885 Partiri Settlement
Road, Kissimmee, 407-870-0520. Sunday Bible school
9:15 a.m.Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. Small groups meet
throughout the week. Wednesday fellowship meal 6 p.m.,
Bible study and activities for all ages 6:30 p.m.
Osceola Christian Church, 1122 Kentucky Ave., St.
Cloud, 892-5511. Sunday: Bible school 9:30 a.m., worship
service 10:30 a.m., gospel hour 6:30 p.m. Family hour 7
p.m. Wednesday.
Poinciana Christiah Church, 3181 Pleasant Hill
Road, Kissimmee, 407-870-9700. Sunday morning wor-
ship services 9 and 10:30. Wednesday at 7 p.m. Bible study
and youth groups for all ages.
CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE
Alianza Cristiana y Misionera, 2617 Michigan Ave.,
across from the post office, 407-846-3061. Sunday service
10 a.m. Wednesday Bible study 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Church for the Nations, 1485 Mill Slough Road,
407-846-1959. Bilingual services Sundays at 10 a.m. and 7
p.m. Bilingual prayer meeting and youth meeting Wednes-
day at 7 p.m. Cell groups meet on various evenings in
homes throughout the area. Call the church for details.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Christian Science Society of St. Cloud, 1102 Min-
nesota Ave., St. Cloud, 407-957-3002. Sunday school and
the moving church service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday evening
meetings 7:30. Reading room located at the church open to
the public Tuesdays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
and Wednesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Child care
provided at church services and reading room.
Christian Science Society of Kissimmee, 317
Randolph Ave., Kissimmee. Sunday service 11 a.m.
Reading room where literature can be read, borrowed or
purchased at the church from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
except on holidays.
CHURCH OF GOD
Ocean St. Church of God, 1211 Ocean St., Kissim-
mee, 407-935-9131, 407-892-1782. Sunday school 10
a.m.; Sunday worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.; worship 7 p.m.
Wednesday.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Church of Christ, 921 W. Vine St. (next to Wendy's),
Kissimmee, 407-847-5749. Bible study Sunday 9 a.m., wor-
shiplO a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Church of Christ, 9th Street and Florida Avenue, St.
Cloud, 407-892-1105 or 407-892-4185. Sunday worship
11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday Bible study 10 a.m. Wednesday
Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Downtown Church of Christ, 1504 Patrick St.,
Kissimmee, 407-344-9027. Bible study 9:30 a.m., worship
10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Fortune Road Church of Christ, 2461 Fortune
Road, Kissimmee, 407-348-0300. Sunday morning Bible
study 9:30 a.m., worship 10:30 a.m. Evening service 6
p.m. Bible class each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. All ages are
welcome to Bible and Sunday school classes.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Meetings at 2821 Old Canoe Creek Road: Canoe
Creek Ward, Sacrament 9 a.m., YMYW Tuesday. and
enrichment the third Thursday at 7 p.m.; St. Cloud Ward,
Sacrament 1 p.m., enrichment the second Tuesday of the
month and YMYW Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Meetings are at 1900 N. John Young Parkway, Kissim-
mee. Kissimmee Ward meets Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m.; activity night is Tuesday with personal enrich-
ment night meeting on the third Thursday. Pleasant Hill
Ward meets Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon; activity night is

Thursday at 7 p.m. with Relief Society meeting on the sec-
ond Tuesday. Visitors welcome.
EPISCOPAL
St. John's Episcopal Church, 1709 N. John Young
Parkway (North Bermuda Avenue), Kissimmee, 407-847-
2009. Sunday Holy Eucharist Rite I at 8 a.m. and Holy
Eucharist II at 10:30 a.m. Christian education for all ages at
9:15 a.m. Family night Wednesday, supper at 6 p.m.,
teaching at 7 p.m. Nursery provided.
St. Luke & St. Peter Episcopal Church, 2745
Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, 407-892-3227. Sunday:
Services 8:30 a.m. (traditional) and 10:30 a.m. (praise and
worship). Child care available for Sunday services. The Pio-
neer Club for childreinin pre-K through fifth grade meets
Wednesday from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
EVANGELICAL
Hope Community Evangelical Church, 1014 Mass-
achusetts Ave., St. Cloud, 407-957-0434. Sunday school
9:30 a.m., church service 10:45 a.m.
GOD'S MISSIONARY
Pleasant Hill God's Missionary Church, 3331
O'Berry Road, Kissimmee, 407-847-5024. Sunday school
9:45 a.m., morning worship 10:45 a.m., evening worship 6
p.m. Wednesday service 7:30 p.m.
INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Abundant Harvest Church, 2510 N. Thacker Ave.,
Kissimmee, 407-870-5000. Sunday services 10 a.m. and 6
p.m. Nursery provided. Thursday service at 7 p.m.
Alliance of Divine Love, meets at Energy Works, 503
Bermuda Ave., 407-870-2906. Sunday spiritual awareness
hour 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.; master mind prayer group 11
a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Course in miracles Thursdays from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m.
Back to the Old Path Holiness Church, 1132 E.
Donegan Ave., Kissimmee, 407-957-6978, 407-518-9955
or 407-496-2855. Sunday worship 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.


Tuesday Bible study and prayer 7 p.m.
CrossPointe Church meets Sunday at 10:30 am at
the Lake Nona YMCA, off Narcoossee Road and North
Lake Parkway between State Roads 417 and 528. For
information call 407-207-7060 or check website at
www.crosspointe-Orlando.com/.
Freedom Tabernacle Int'l. Outreach Ministries,
meets at 1700 E. U.S. Highway 192, Kissimmee, across
from the Silver Spurs, 944-1773. Sunday: Worship service
and children's church 10:30 a.m., worship service and
youth service 6 p.m. Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Intercessory
prayer Monday 7:30 p.m. School of the Spirit Friday 7:30
p.m. Nursery available at every service.


Grace Fellowship Church, 870-9268. Sunday ser-
vices are held at the Poinciana Community Center 9:30
a.m. Wednesday evening prayer and Bible study 7:30 in the
homes of various parishioners.
Heartland Community Church, 2874 E. U.S.
Highway 192, two miles east of Florida's Turnpike Exit
244 in Kissimmee, 847-9397. Sunday services 9 a.m.
and 11 a.m. Separate services for adults and teens each
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Children's church and nursery pro-
vided during all services.
Hungry Heart's Fellowship, (941) 858-9667, meets
at the Mill Creek Mall, 1362 E. Vine St. and Oak Street,
Kissimmee. Service at 6 p.m. Sunday.
Ministry of Divine Revelation, meets at the St.
Cloud Woman's Club, 1014 Massachusetts Ave., 891-
1435. Worship 11 a.m. Sunday, praise and worship at 6
p.m. Sunday and family fellowship at 6 p.m. Thursday.
Osceola Christian Center meets in the Kissimmee
Christian Academy building, comer of Lehigh Avenue and
Martin Street, 957-5700, 957-5188 or 344-2544. Services
10 a.m. Sunday. Wednesday meetings 7 p.m.
Osceola World Prayer Center meets in the St. Cloud
Senior Center, 701 Indiana Ave., for Sunday worship at 10
a.m. Wednesday service is held at 7 p.m. Call 407-891-
1106 or cell phone 321-443-3605 for location of Wednes-
day service and more information.
Rivers of Refreshing Church, 700 W. Vine St.,
No. 101, Kissimmee, 407-345-0420. Service Sunday at
10:30 a.m.
JEWISH
Celebration Jewish Congregation Holds Shabbat
Dinner at 6 p.m. and Recornstructionist Shabbat services at 7
p.m. every other Friday. For details contact Iris Kraft at 566-
8322.
Congregation Shalom Aleichem, 3501 Oak Pointe
Blvd., 3 miles south on Pleasant Hill Road off Highway 17-
92, Kissimmee, 407-935-0064, website www.shalomale-
ichem.com/. Reform Jewish services 8 p.m. the first and
third Friday of each month.
LUTHERAN
Grace Lutheran Church and Preschool, St. Cloud,
1123 Louisiana Ave., 407-892-4653 (church) and 407-
892-9814 (preschool). Sunday services 8:30' a.m. and 11
a.m. Sunday school and Bible classes 9:45 a.m. Weekly
Bible studies 1 p.m. Wednesday. Member LCMS.
Peace Lutheran Church, comer of Pleasant Hill Road
and Windmill Point Boulevard, 2 miles south of Highways
17 and 92 in Kissimmee, 870-5965. Sunday Bible class
and Sunday school 9 a.m.; worship 10 a.m. Peace Lutheran
is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran synod and is in fel-
lowship with the WELS. A Spanish worship service is held
Sunday at noon.
Trinity Lutheran Church, 3016 W. Vine St., Kissim-
mee, 847-4204. Worship services 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Sunday school for all ages 9:45 a.m. Saturday service 5
p.m. with communion the first and third Saturdays of each
month. Fellowship groups for elementary school youth
through senior citizens.
METHODIST
Ball Chapel AME Church, 1125 Crawford Ave., St.
Cloud, 407-891-0070. Sunday: Church school 10 a.m.;
Worship 11 a.m. Tuesday: Prayer meeting and Bible study
6:30 p.m.
First United Methodist, 101 W. Dakin Ave., Kissim-
mee, 407-847-3700. Sunday services at 8:15 a.m. (gospel),
9:40 a.m. (contemporary) and 11 a.m. (traditional) in the.
sanctuary. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. Youth fellowship -
6 p.m. Sunday, Night Alive with supper at 5:30 p.m., and-I
worship at 6 p.m. in fellowship hall. Nursery available. Ser--
vices in Spanish are held in Wesley Chapel: Sundays, Sun-
day school 9:45 a.m. and worship services 11 a.m.;
Wednesday, worship services 7 p.m.; Thursdays, Bible
study/prayer 7 p.m.
1st United Methodist Church, 1001 10th St., St.
Cloud, 407-892-3128. Sunday: Worship services 8:30
a.m. and 11 a.m., along with children's church (ages 4 2
grade); Sunday School 9:50 a.m. Nursery available during
Sunday Services. Youth fellowship 5 p.m. Sunday. Various
Bible study groups during week. Monday morning prayer
group. Fellowship dinners Wednesdays 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.,
FLC. Call office for dinner reservations. Women's and men's
groups. Choir, bells, chimes and instrumental group avail-
able. Web site: www.stcloudfumc.com
or e-mail address: lstumc-
stcloudfl@earthlink.net.
Good Shepherd Free Methodist, 1701 N. Thacker
Ave., Kissimmee, 847-4528. Sunday 9:45 a.m. Bible class-
es for all ages; 11 a.m. worship service, children's church
(ages 4 through 4th grade), nursery for birth -3 years; 6
p.m. evening service. Wednesday 7 p.m. family night, adult
Bible study with prayer, youth worship and fellowship.
Thursday 6 p.m. youth Bible quiz practice. Young adult and
senior adult groups meet monthly for fellowship.
Iglesia Metodista Unida Hispana, comer of Sproule
and Mitchell streets in Kissimmee,(407) 935-1492. Sunday
worship services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the Wesley Memori-
al Chapel. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. This is the Spanish mis-
sion of First United Methodist Church.
New Beginnings, 857-6746, a United Methodist min-
istry serving the BVL and Meadow Woods areas. Small basic
Christian communities being formed to meet in local homes
for prayer, Christian Bible study, mutual ministry and com-
munity service. It has a multiethnic focus.
Peace United Methodist Church at Hunter's Creek,
13502 Town Loop Blvd., 438-8947. Sunday services at
7:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. (traditional), 8:45 a.m. and 10
a.m. (contemporary praise). Nursery is available at 8:45
a.m., 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages at
10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Summer Youth (7th-12th grades)
dinner, fellowship and worship starts at 5 p.m. Wednesday
supper at 6 p.m.'and contemporary disciple'worship at 7
p.m., nursery available, children's Bible study at 7 p.m.,
High School Bible study (Even Deeper) 6:30 p.m.- 7:30
p.m. Healing service on the fourth Sunday of every month,
7:30 p.m. Care groups meet Sunday Friday.
Primera Iglesia Metodista Libre en Kissimmee,
meets at Good Shepherd Free Methodist Church, 1701 N.
Thacker Ave., Kissimmee.- Worship service 1 p.m. Sunday
in church sanctuary.
St. James AME Zion, 719 N. Bermuda Avenue, 847-
3025. Sunday school 9:45 a.m., worship 11 a.m. Bus ser-
vice provided Sundays from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday
service 7:30 p.m.
Shingle Creek United Methodist, 2420 Old
Vineland Road, Kissimmee, 407-396-6364. Sunday school
9:30 a.m., morning worship 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. A
worship service in Spanish is held Sundays at 6 p.m.
NAZARENE
Kissimmee First Church of the Nazarene, 1550 Mill
Slough Road, Kissimmee, 847-5510. Senior adult Bible class
9:45 a.m. Worship service/church for children 10:45 a.m.
Evening Bible study 6. Wednesday devotional hour 7 p.m.
Iglesia del Nazareno de Kissimmee, 2367 Fortune
Road, Kissimmee, 407-348-9575. Sunday school classes
for all ages at 10 a.m. Sunday worship service at 11 a.m.
Youth: Sunday 7:30 p.m. Wednesday worship service for
the whole family at 7:30 p.m. Services in Spanish.
St. Cloud Church of the Nazarene, 19th Street and


Michigan Avenue, St. Cloud, 407-892-1682. Sunday -
Bible study for all ages 9:45 a.m.; worship service and chil-
dren's church 10:45 a.m.; evening worship 6:30. Wednes-
day Bible study, youth, adult; Children's Caravan study
and activities 7 p.m.
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Breakthrough Ministries, 855 E. Irlo Bronson High-
way, St. Cloud, 407-957-9700. Services Sundays 10 a.m.
and Wednesdays 7 p.m.
Calvary Chapel South Orlando, 407-240-1975 or
www.calvarychapelsouthorlando.com. The contemporary,
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Churches
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Bible-based fellowship meets Sundays
at Hunter's Creek Middle School,
13400 Town Loop Blvd., at 10 a.m.
for Calvary Cafe and at 10:30 a.m. for
the service. A Wednesday service is
held at 7 p.m. at the Agape Center,
1140 Donegan Ave., Kissimmee. Min-
istries include children's, teen's, men's,
ladies' and musicians.
Christ Our Savior Fellowship,
meets at the VFW, 915 New York
Ave., St. Cloud, 407-891-3825. Sun-
day: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.; wor-
ship service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday:
service (call for time).
Christian Community Church,
meets at Canoe Creek Charter School,
3600 Canoe Creek Road, Room 113,
St. Cloud, 407-240-5359. Worship ser-
vices are Sundays at 10:45 a.m. and 6
p.m. Sunday school is at 10 a.m.
Christian Life Church, meets at
the P.M. Wells Charter School, comer
of Partin S'nlari r.-nt Road and Rem-
ington Bcioul..rd Kissimmee, 407-
9i3-5371 .:o -147-. '08-8057. Services
ar- Su.,nday at 1I0 0 Ia I i' and 6 p.m.
and Wcdrnedja. at p ni
Church of Christ 'th Street and
Florinda Aeru-. Si Cl-:.ud 892-1105
c.r 89'241'5 Surid. .,..,:.rship 11 a.m.'
arid 6 pm rr undav.L BiL..i -tudy 10-a.m.
WedrkidJay BbIl, 0u,. ';1 p.m.'
Church of Reconciliation Wor-
ship Center, 855 Irlo Bronson High-
v.ay, corri-r ..of U.S. Highway 192 and
Crawford Avenue, St. Cloud, 407-729-
3605. Sunday worship at 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Thursday worship at 7 p.m.
Destiny Church, 2220 E. U.S.
Highway 1P2, Suite 1, Kissimmee,
870-2592. Meetings Sundays at
10:30 a.m. Call for additional services.
Destiny International Christ-
ian Center Church, 205 iCypress
Road, Kissimmee, 407-729-0495.
Services Sunday 10:30 a.m. and
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
End-Time Revival, 2006 Michi-
gan Ave., Kissimmee, 407-944-
0340. Services 11:30 a.m. Sunday
and Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
Faith Harvest Worship Cen-
ter, 1537 Mill Slough Road, Kissim-
mee, 407-932-1025. Sunday: Sun-'
day school 9:45 a.m.; services 11 a.m.'
and 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible study for
all ages 7 p.m. Friday nights teen
nights; call for events.
Florida Victory Church, 1400
Sugar Cane Drive, Kissimmee, 407-870-
0773, e-mail victoryflorida
@yahoo.com. Men's Bible Study at 6
a.m. Tuesday, followed by breakfast.
Miracle Meetings about deliverance,
miracles and healings are Sundays at
6 p.m.
Hickory Tree Road Communi-
-ty Church, 1215 Old Hickory Tree
-Road, St. Cloud, 407-498-0356. Sun-
day: Sunday school 9:45 a.m., wor-
ship service 10:45 a.m., Bible study'6
p.m. Tuesday: evening visitation 6:30
p.m. Wednesday: service 7 p.m.
Thursday: prayer team 6:30 p.m. Sat-
urday: men's breakfast 8 a.m. Monthly
ladies group events.
Hope Center for Christ, 556
Bar Drive, Poinciana, 427-0298. Sun-
day school 11 a.m., Sunday worship
noon. Bible study 7 p.m. each Tues-
day, prayer service at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, also ministering prayer to the sick
and deliverance. All night prayer every
third Friday of the month.
Love Temple Fellowship, meets
at 101 W. Cypress St., Suite E, Kissim-
mee, 407-847-3696. Sunday: 9:30
a.m. Christian enrichment hour; 10:30
a.m. Worship service. Wednesday: 7
p.m. Hour of power and deliverance.
New Birth Church, 1213 Cen-
tral Ave., Kissimmee, 407-797-8185.
Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday wor-
ship 11:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible
study and family fellowship 7 p.m. Fri-
day Youth services 7 p.m.
New Life Ministries, 1116 E.
Donegan Ave., Kissimmee, 943-
8803. Sunday: Morning prayer, 6:30
a.m., Sunday school, 10 a.m.; morn-
ing worship, 11 a.m. Every first Mon-
day: Ishah Elohim, 7 p.m. Wednesday:
Fasting and prayer, 10 a.m.; Bible
study/evangelistic service, 7 p.m. Fri-
day: Youth meeting, 7 p.m.
New Light Chapel, 123 Broad-
way, Kissimmee, 407-931-3648 or
407-870-7335. Sunday service 11
a m Bible trud'., 7 ,p rn. Wednesday.
River of Life Ministry, Best
Weerr, H.: lI l :r-..:. from the Osceo-
la Malli. 401 W Il AVine St., Ambiance
Conference Room, 407-870-9371.'
Sunrdam' service 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m.-8 p.m.
Solid Rock Church of God,
1904 N. Michigan Ave., Kissim-
mee,407-847-3500. Workship service
Sunday at 11 a.m. Bible study and
prayer meeting'Tuesday at 10:30 a.m.
and Wednesday at 7 p.m. A multi-cul-
tural non-denominational congregation.
Standing in the Gap Ministries,
1431 Palmway Ave., Kissimmee, 348-
0003. Sunday praise and worship 9
and 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible study
7:30 p.m.
Sword of the Spirit Christian
Church, 2525 Fortune Road, Kissim-
mee, 407-994-2333. Services are
scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday and 7
p.m. Wednesday.
True House of Jesus Christ,
meets at 800 Office Plaza, Suite 401,
Kissimmee, 407-935-9827. Sunday
school 10 a.m., worship at noon. Bible
study Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Evangelis-
tic service Friday 7:30 p.m. ,
Universal Circle of Light, meets
at Holiday Inn Downtown Kissimmee,
comer of Thacker Avenue and Vine


Street, 407-397-9239. Sunday wor-
ship 3 to 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday healing',
class 10 to 1,1:30 a.m.; and Wednes-
day Bible study 7 to 8:30 p.m.
PENTECOSTAL
Church of God, 501 Dakota
Ave., St. Cloud, 892-3838. Sunday
school 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m, Sun-..
day evening service 6. Wednesday
evening service 7.
Church of God Living
Waters, 1001 Carroll St., Kissimmee,
847-6387. Sunday school 10 a.m.;


morning worship and children's church
10:50 a.m.; evening worship service 6
p.m. Wednesday service 7 p.m.
Church of God Poinciana
New Testament, meets at 4545
Pleasant Hill Road, Suite 105, Poin-
ciana, in Bridgeport Commerce Park,
behind Avatar Realty. Sunday school
10 a.m., Sunday services 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Friday
youth service 7:30 p.m.
New Life Worship Center, 819
N. Central Ave., Kissimmee, 407-953-
1030. Sunday school 9:45 a.m., wor-
ship services 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday worship service 7:30 p.m.
Eglise de Dieu Haitienne, 1320
W. Bryan St., Kissimmee, 846-1129.
Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday worship
service 11:30 a.m. Tuesday Bible study
7:30 p.m. Thursday prayer service
7:30 p.m. Fasting and prayer Saturday
9 a.m. All services are in French/Cre-
ole. Transportation available.
Faith Church of God Kissim-
mee, 2380 N. Smith St., 240-5178.
Sunday school 10 a.m., divine worship
11 a.m. Wednesday prayer meetings in
homes 7:30 p.m. Free pickup offered.
First Apostolic Church, 2317
Clay St., one block west of Thacker
Avenue, 348-6521. Sunday service at
noon. Bible study 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
days. Individual or family home Bible
study available.
1st United Church of Jesus
Christ Apostolic, 550 E. Jackson
St., Kissimmee, 847-4009 or 846-
6864. Sunday school 10 a.m., wor-
ship services noon and 7 p.m. Tuesday
service 7 p.m. Prayer service for young
people 7 p.m. Friday.
First United Pentecostal
Church, 1557 Mill Slough Road,
Kissimmee, 847-9141. Sunday ser-
vices 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Sunday,
school 10 a.m. Prayer Tuesday 7 p.m.
Bible Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
Gladtidings Pentecostal Assem-
bly, 4545 Pleasant Hill Road, Oak-
bridge Commons, Suite 105, Poin-
ciana, 407-944-0200, 407-847-0217. Sun-
day school 10 a.m. Sunday service 11
a.m. Wednesday Bible class 7 p.m. Fri-
day youth service 7 p.m.
Hope Center for Christ, 556
Bar Drive, Poinciana, 427-0298. Sun-
day school 11 a.m., Sunday worship
noon. Bible study 7 p.m. each Mon-
day, also ministering prayer to the sick
and deliverance. All night prayer the
third Friday of each month.
Iglesia de Cristo Misionera,
M.I., 1013 Dakota Ave., behind Ross
Jeffries School, St.. Cloud, 957-3950.
All services in Spanish. Sunday school
10 a.m., evening service 6:30. Tues-
day and Thursday services 7:30 p.m.
Iglesia Cristo Misionera, 1003
Brack St., Kissimmee, 846-8531.
Worship service 7 p.m. Sunday.
Prayer night and Bible study 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Bible school 7:30 p.m.
Friday.
Iglesia de Dios Mision Board,,
2361 Fortune Road, Kissimmee, 348-
0015 or 352-6633. All services are in
Spanish. Sunday school 1:30 p.m.,
worship 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Bible
study and prayer 7:30 p.m. Saturday
service is held in homes.
Iglesia de Dios Mission Board,
907 Kentucky Ave., St. Cloud, 957-
0367. Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday
worship service 7 p.m. Tuesday and
Thursday services 7:30 p.m.
Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal,
M.I., 2519 Fortune Road, 348-7705.
Sunday school in Spanish 10 a.m.,
Sunday evening worship 6:30. Tues-
day prayer service 7:30 p.m. Thursday
worship 7:30 p.m. Friday service 7:30
p.m. in Spanish.
Iglesia Pentecostal Roca de
Salvaion, meets at 1238 S. Bermu-
da Ave., Kissimmee, 348-0829. All
services in Spanish. Sunday school
10 a.m., Sunday worship service 6
p.m. Services Tuesdays and Thurs-
days 7:30 p.m.
Kissimmee Pentecostal Assem-
bly, 722 Main St., Kissimmee, 847-
0005. Sunday school 10:30 a.m.;
Sunday worship 11:30 a.m. Bible
study Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Youth
service Friday 7:30 p.m.
Ministerio Evangelistico El
Camino, 950 E. Carroll St., Kissim-
mee, 348-3844 or 846-8864. For the
Hispanic community. Sunday school 10
a.m., worship service 6:30 p.m. Prayer
and children's church Tuesday 7:30
p.m. Bible Institute Thursday 7:30 p.m.
Healing service Friday 7:30 p.m.
Promise Land Ministries, 2006
Smith St., Kissimmee, 931-2233.
Sunday school 9:45 a.m., morning
Worship 11 a.m., an evangelistic ser-
vice 6:30 p.m. every Sunday. Prayer
service Wednesdays 7:30 p.m., youth
service Fridays7:30 p.m.
Poinciana Pentecostal Church
of God, 4912 Pleasant Hill Road,
Kissimmee, (941) 944-1151. Sunday
school, 10:30 a.m.; Sunday worship,
11:30 a.m.; Sunday evening service,
6:30. Prayer and Bible studies,
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
True House of Jesus Christ,
1111 Kentucky Ave., St. Cloud, 935-
9827. Sunday school 10 a.m., chil-
dren's Sunday school, 10 a.m. to
noon, Sunday worship noon. Wednes-
day: Bible study 7:30 p.m., evangelis-
tic service 7:30 p.m.
Souls Harvest Church, meets at
1557 Eastern Ave., St. Cloud, 957-
1255. Sunday church service and Sun-
day school 10 a.m., church service 6
p.m. Bible study 7 p.m.Tuesday.
Word of Life Fellowship, South
Orange Blossom Trail (Highway 17-


92), Intercession City, 933-4803.
Worship service Sunday 10:30 a.m.,
praise, and teaching 6:30 p.m. Bible
study 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
PRESBYTERIAN
Community Presbyterian
Church in Celebration, 511 Cele-
bration Ave., 407-566-1633. Sunday:
classical worship service 8:30 a.m.;
blended worship service 11 a.m. Sun-
day school for all ages 9:45 a.m. to
10:45 a.m. Mid-week "Oasis" Bible
studies for all ages Wednesdays from


6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
El Buen Vecino Spanish Pres-
byterian Church meets at 2700
Boggy Creek Road, next to the BVL
Winn-Dixie Shopping Center, 407-
344-0450. Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
worship 11 a.m. Bible studies Tues-
days 7:30 p.m. starting with a prayer
service. Meets first and second
Wednesday at 10 a.m. for coffee and
Bible chats. Pastoral counseling Tues-
days to Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to
noon. Youth, women and men's
groups meet once a month.
First Presbyterian Church, 15
W. Church St., Kissimmee, 847-2807.
Worship service 8:45 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Sunday. Sunday.school for all ages
9:45 a.m. Youth activities 4 p.m. Sun-
days.
Hope Presbyterian Church,
meets at 2521 13th St. (U.S. Highway
192, Wilson Plaza), St. Cloud, 891-
9858. Sunday services 10:45 a.m. and
5:30 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m.
Pleasant Hill Presbyterian,
3250 Pleasant Hill Road, 846-1318.
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
(ARP) church. Sunday school 9:30
a.m., worship 10:50 a.m.
St. Cloud Presbyterian, 10th
Street and Indiana Avenue, St. Cloud,
407-892-2813. Sunday: contempo-
rary.worship service at 8:30 a.m.;
Sunday school for all ages at 9:40
a.m.; traditional worship service at 11
a.m. Thursday: Seekers Bible study
group at 7 p.m. Presbyterian Youth
meets Sunday evening at 6 p.m. Dur-
ing Lent and Advent, Wednesday mid-
week services 7:30 p.m.
SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST
Iglesia Adventista del Septimo
Dia, 1219 N. Ingram St., Kissimmee,
870-9391 or 848-5081. Saturday ser-
vices 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.; prayer
meeting 8 p.m. Wednesday; and youth
meeting 3 p.m. Friday.
Kissimmee Seventh-day


Adventist, 2391 Fortune Road,
Kissimmee, 348-0066. Sabbath
school Saturday at 9:30 a.m., morning
worship 11 a.m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7.
Poinciana Seventh-day
Adventist Mission worships at
the Church of God, 4912 Pleasant
Hill Road near Doverplum Avenue,
(941) 427-0731. Saturday: Sab-
bath school 9:15 a.m., divine wor-
ship. 11 a.m. Prayer meeting Tues-
days 7:30 p.m.
Shuler St. Cloud Seventh-
day Adventist, 38 E. 10th St.,
St. Cloud, 392-7800 or 344-
0226. Worship service 11 a.m.
each Saturday, Sabbath school
9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting each
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
SALVATION ARMY
The Salvation Army, corner
of Bermuda Avenue and Emmett
Street, 3 S. Bermuda Ave., Suite
9, 931-4343. Sunday: Sunday
school 10 a.m., holiness meeting
11 a.m. Wednesday: Women's
ministry 11 a.m. Thursday: Bible
study 7:30 p.m.
SPIRITUALIST
The Church of Spiritual
Awakening meets at 2978 Old
Dixie Highway, Suite E, Kissim-
mee, 407-851-6510. Sunday ser-
vices at 10 a.m., followed by fel-
lowship. Mini-readings are held the
third Sunday of the month follow-
ing services. Children's lyceum
(Sunday school) is held for all ages.
WESLEYAN
Community Wesleyan Church,
beside the post office in Intercession
City, 931-2087 or 933-5125. Sun-
day school 9:30 a.m. Morning wor-
ship 10:30 a.m. Evening service 6
p.m. Wednesday prayer and praise
service 7 p.m.; a missionary service
is held the first Wednesday of the
month at 7 p.m.


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information on any program, please call 407-847-2388 or visit www.kissimmeeparksandrec.com


No more Super Saturday lines.
Register now (while space is available) for
Camp DiSCovery-Cr'C1;iOT 0 m ? -fl .U; 'u? a -
Camp Discovery-Cypress
and Teen Extreme.

Registration fee of $30 per family is required along with
the 1st week's payment of camp. Proof of residency is
required. Register at the Oak Street Registration Center.
For more information,
call 407-847-2388.


CAMP SCOVE RY &

ON SPRING

SI (Mar. 28 April 1 )
,; i. n '7 =.j through eighth grade)
School is out! It is time for your child to enjoy spring break
ever. Field trips to places like the Makinson Aquatic Center.
'Fun Spot and Atlanta Braves baseball game! Plus, there is an
'end of the week Spring Break Party! This combined camp
:will include children up through 8th grade (new!) Space is
limited Register at the Oak Street Recreation Center.
-.,.l.: Monday, March 28th-Friday, April 1st

$75 per child Camp Location: Community House
i^ more information,
call407-447-2388.
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SUPER SATUTZ D I`'T7.R ON
Registration will be held for all Sports and Specialty Camps and
final registration for Camp Discovery programs and Teen Extreme camp
on Satug'd y, April 2, 2005 frdm 8am-10Oam
at the Oak Street Park C mim n C'fii r.t Firsfr come-first serve.
You must register in person, provide proof of county residency (utility bill gas, electric, phone)
and complete a parent's packet. Call for details.


YOUTH

GROUP'TENNIS

LESSONS
Sign up for our tennis
programs or lessons
offered by USPTA-
certified teaching pro
John LeFort.
We offer programs for all levels


Ages:
Date:
Time:


5 & older (school age)
Ongoing, Tuesdays
5:30pm-6:30pm


Cost: $40.00 4 sessions


YOUTH

SPRING G 1_,K.



Join John LeFort
and staff for
Spring Break week:
Monday, March 28th-
April 1st
from 9am-11-:30am each day.
Cost is $65
and pre-registration is required
by Thursday, March 24th.


ADULT PROGRAMS
~SWINGSALSA l''iD CH ll

DANCE LESSONS
Singles and couples of all ages are welcome


I AT llDWPTENNIS LESSONS
Sign up for our tennis programs or lessons offered
by USPTA-certified teaching pro John LeFort.

We offer programs for all ages and all levels. From tennis camps to
private lessons to group sessions, learn it from the best! Call John
Lefort at 407-933-0617 or e-mail him at johnnyl@cfl.rr.com
*Private lessons also available by contacting the instructor

Date: Ongoing, Tuesdays
Time: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Cost: $40.00 4 sessions |
Instructor: John LeFort and Staff
(407-933-0617) or johnnyl@cfl.rr.com


Date: Year Round, Tuesdays
Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm. Each class sessions one hour
Location: Berlinksy Community House
Cost: $20 per month/Single's Rate;
$35 per month/Couple's Rate per dance style


KISSIMMEE PARKS AND RECREATION:
Oak Street Park Community Center
717 N. Palm Avenue, Kissimmee, FL 34741
ph. 407- 847 .

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Above, Roger Bass sings and plays guitar for the band Tater Hill during the Kissim-
mee/Kiwanis Bluegrass Festival held at Osceola Heritage Park Saturday. The
band Tater Hill is from Arcadia and members have been playing together for
more than 20 years.


Patrick Robertson plays guitar with the band Michelle
an International Bluegrass Music Association nominee.


Members of the Kiwanis Club grill steaks in preparation for a steak
dinner held Saturday evening at the Kissimmee/Kiwanis Bluegrass
Festival.


Finger Pickin' Good


The 28th annual Kissimmee/Kiwanis


Above, the band Michelle Nixon and Drive performs
on stage.


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Above, the band Tater Hill performs in front of a large crowd at Osceola Heritage Park Saturday.


News-Gazette photos by
Sam Roberts


Above, left, Bill Rich, and his son, Nathan, jam together outside of the Kissimmee/Kiwa-
nis Bluegrass Festival Saturday.


Above, the band On the Edge practices together outside of the
Kissimmee/Kiwanis Bluegrass Festival Saturday.


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The Orlando Fringe Festival is still a few
weeks away, but you can get a sneak preivew
at the Fabulous Fringe event March 14 at the
Peacock Room, 1321 N. Mills Ave., from 6-9
p.m. The event will feature guest star
appearances from well-known theater
favorites as well as prize raffles and gourmet
food. Tickets are $25 per person, $40 per
couple. Call 407-648-0077 or reserve tick-
ets online at www.orlandofringe.org.


BE


COOL


There's nothing hip about it

Be Cool is a flat attempt at humor for Travolta and company


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Chili Palmer (Travolta). The
new adventure finds Palmer
bored with the movie business,
his last foray. With a winking
eye he says he is tired of lousy
sequels and making films where
using the "F" word more than
once means a sure R rating. It's
the only time you hear the
word and, sure enough, Be
Cool is rated PG-13.
Tired of the movies, he decides
to go into the music business and


quickly finds a young talent
(played by Christina Milian) who
wants to get out of her contract
with her hip-hop producer (Vince
Vaughn).
Vaughn plays a dumb white
guy desperately trying to be
black. and i,.it like that Jamie
Kinned'. .-.periment Mal-
ibu's Most Wanted the joke
becomes less funny the longer
it goes on, much like the rest of
Be Cool.


But Vaughn has plenty of '
company in the one-joke-that-,'
goes-on-too-long category. The "
Rock plays his gay bodyJuard,
a guy who wants to be in the;
music business. The V.:reistlir-
turned-actor is mostly on tar-
get, and even scores a couple
of laughs, pa ti.:i.l.,l '.'.'ith his
audition video of the Loretta
Lynn classic You Ain't Woman
See Movie page C-4


0 The city of Kissimmee's Con-
cert in the Park series presents
Caribbean Fusion Sunday,
March 13. The lakefront park
event features headliner Creig
Camacho and Mystik. They
Swill perform two sets starting
at 3 p.m. The afternoon
Includes many other perform-
ers, as well as children's
Activities, craft displays and
food vendors. Admission and
parking are free.

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Be Cool
Starring John Travolta, Uma Thurman
Directed by F. Gary Gray
Running Time 122 Minutes
Rating PG-13


John Travolta stars in the sequel to Get Shorty, Be Cool,
the continuing adventures of Chili Palmer.


Expose yourself to photography exhibit


Keeping Shadows is

at Orlando museum

until May 22

By Peter Covino
Nev, s-Gazetle Entertainment Editor
It i pit. -. : i ** :t'i :- thousand
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it ,:t th. O rl,:,n,:l '.I,:.-urn of Art
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daguerreotypes to digital prints of
Jupiter and one of its moons to
Mathew Brady and Imogen Cun-
ningham, Keeping Shadows is a
slice of the major developments
it photography over the past
150 years.
The traveling show, part of the
extensive collection of the
Worcester Art Museum, will be at
the Orlando museum through
May 22. The Orlando stop is only
one in the Southeast for the
exhibit.
"Exhibitions of the scope and
quality of Keeping Shadows are
not often available, so we feel
See Photos page C-4


Available fro


Some of the most stunning images on exhibit anywhere can
be found at the Orlando Museum of Art through May 22.
The exhibit includes some of the earliest photos made, from
the 1840s to planetary explorations.


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It is the mission of the Osceola Disaster Relief Coalition to bring together human service agencies and community
resources to respond in a coordinated way to crisis situations and disasters occurring in Osceola County.
Activation and Response,
The Osceola Disaster Relief Coalition convenes and responds to needs in Osceola County following a disaster,
crisis, or state of emergency and appropriates funding from individuals, groups and charity events to collabora-
tively utilize financial and other resources to meet a variety of unmet needs. The funds are dispensed to agencies
dealing with affected individuals. The Coalition does not duplicate traditional relief resources from FEMA, Red
Cross, etc. but rather reacts to unmet needs.

Osceola County enjoys a proud tradition of neighbor helping
neighbor and this effort offers everyone a chance to reach out to
local residents in need. Because of the collaborative nature of the ..
decision making process you can make a contribution, confident that
funding will be utilized effectively and allocations determined with .


Here is how you, your club, faith group or civic group
or organization can contribute .

Go to any irst Natio nal Bar t o .i s ,
Main Office, 920 N. John Young Pkwy, Kissimmee /
2801 13th St., St. Cloud 6o.Wuw"'
850 Cypress Parkway, Poinciana
1000 Osceola Parkway
12285 South OBT, (South Chase), S. Orlando .,

Make your tax-deductible donation to the Osceola O K
Disaster Relief Coalition C/o Community Vision andt fo giesa sty

Coalition assisted in the 98 Tornado Relief Efforts.


Questions... Please Note...
Contact Community Vision 407-933-0870 or Allocations will be made through partnering
via e-mail sring@communityvision.org agencies only... not to individuals.









ROAD


Continued from page C-1


Arts beginning March 18
and continues weekends
through April 3. Appearing
in the show are David Chi-
mento as Nanki Poo; Sarah
Bowlin as Yum Yum, Tim
Evanicki as Ko Ko and
Father Kent Walker as Pooh
Ba. Show times for The
Mikado are 8 p.m. Friday
and Saturdays and Sundays
at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15
for adults, $12 for seniors
and $10 for students.
ACCORDION FUN
ORLANDO There's
another gathering of accor-
dion enthusiasts coming up
March 15 as the Central
Florida Accordion Club gets
together at the Elks Lodge
at 12 N. Primrose Drive.
Club members of various
styles and skill levels will
perform beginning at 5 p.m.
There is also an optional
dinner at 5:30 p.m. Mem-
bership is open to all accor-
dionists as well as accordion
music lovers. Call Thomas
Yost at 407-678-0943 for
more information. The
group meets again April 19.
FRINGE FUNDRAISER
ORLANDO -The Fabu-
lous Fringe Fundraiser will


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Send in the clowns and a whole lot more as the Cole Bros. Circus, the largest
circus under the big top, returns to Central Florida March 19-20 at the DeLand
Airport Show Grounds. To buy tickets by phone call 800-919-6272.


be held March 14 from 6-9
p.m. at the Peacock Room,
1321 N. Mills Ave. The
event will feature 'guest star
appearances from well-
known theatre favorites as
well a prize raffles and
gourmet .food. Tickets are
25 per person, $40 per
couple. Call 407-648-0077
or reserve tickets online at
www.orlandofringe. org.


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games for the family and
more. Admission is $2.50.


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Photos
Continued from page C- 1
very fortunate to be able to
bring this outstanding collec-
tion of photographs to Orlan-
do," said museum assistant
curator Maureen McKenna.
"Diverse viewpoints, subject
matter and photographic
techniques characterize these
100 works, offering a fasci-
nating look at the major devel-
opments in photography over
the past 150 years, as well as
providing viewers with the
opportunity to see the world
through the eyes of many of
the talented individuals who
helped shape the medium."
Like looking at an old fam-
ily photo album, Keeping
Shadows is meant to be
enjoyed, one photo at a time
since each photo speaks
reams of history. Included are
acknowledged masterpieces
such as Steiglitz' -The Steer-
age, a 1907 photogravure of
steerage class passengers on a
luxury liner. There are also
Civil War photos by Mathew
Brady and Timothy O'Sullivan
as well more recent war
remembrances from World
War II and Vietnam.
Other innovators and mas-
ters of the medium included
in the exhibit are Ansel
Adams, William Henry Fox
Talbot, Eadweard Muybridge,
Paul Strand,. Dorothea
Lange, Man Ray, Henri
Cartier-Bresson, Robert
Frank, Cecil Beaton, Mar-
garet Bourke-White and
Robert Capa, among others.
The Worcester museum is
recognized as having one of


The photo exhibit includes classics such as this untitled Bruce Davidson
photo from his 1966 collection, East 100th Street. The Orlando Museum of
Art exhibit will be on display through May.


the finest collections of photo-
graphic art in the country.
The museum began exhibiting
photography as early as
1904, when it began present-
ing annual shows.
For more information on
the show call 407-896-4231
or visit wwwv.OMArt.org.
Admission is $8 for adults, $7


for seniors (55+) and college
students with ID; $5 for stu-
dents ages 6-18, free for chil-
dren age 5 and younger and
OMA Members. Residents of
Orange, Seminole, Lake and
Osceola counties receive free
admission on Thursdays from
1 to 4 p.m. The museum is
open Tuesday-Friday from 10


a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday and
Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.;
and closed Mondays. The
OMA is located in Orlando
Loch Haven Park at 2416 N.
Mills Ave.
Contact Peter Covino at
407-846-7600, Ext. 206.
E-mail at pcovino@
osceolanewsgazette.com


Movie
Continued from page C- I


Road
Continued from page C-3


Enough (to Take my Man).
But director F. Gary Gray
(The Italian Job) isn't
happy until he drains the life
out that character as well.
There are other low
points as well. The second
half of Be Cool becomes
another bad hour on MTV.
Singer Milian finally gets her
big break, appearing in.con-
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noticed that Steven Tyler is
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the other way around.
Others getting paychecks
for appearing in Be Cool
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Danny DeVito, Cedric the
Entertainer and James
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Contact Peter Covino at
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E-mail at pcovino@
osceolanewsgazette.com


22. It begins at 6:30 p.m.
and includes the All County
Jazz Band as well as other
selected student talent.
There will also be a juried
art display in the lobby.
Scholarships will also be
given out. Tickets are $10
for adults, $5 for students,
with proceeds going to stu-
dent scholarships. Tickets
can be purchased at the
Osceola Center for the Arts
at 407-846-6257.


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St. Cloud Twin
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4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
Saturday late show: 9:35
p.m.; weekends, 1:30 p.m.
*Robots (PG), daily: 5
p.m. and 7 p.m.; Saturday
late show: 9 p.m.; week-
ends, 1 p.m.
A.M.C. Celebration
The Pacifier (PG), week-
ends: 3 p.m., 5:15 p.m. and
7:30 p.m.; Saturday late
show: 9:45 p.m.; weekdays:
5:15 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.
*Robots (PG), weekends:
2:45 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7:15
p.m.; Saturday late show:
9:30 p.m.; weekdays: 5 p.m.
and 7:15 p.m.
Osceola Square East
*Be Cool (PG-13), 1 p.m., 4
p.m., 6:50 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Constantine (R), 4:40
p.m., 7 p.m. and 9:35 p.m.
Diary of a Mad Black
Woman (PG-13), 1:20 p.m.,
4:10 p.m., 7:10 p.m. and
9:45 p.m.
Hitch (PG-13), 1:30 p.m.,
4:20 p.m., 7:05 p.m. and
9:40 p.m.
Man of the House (PG-
13), 1:50 p.m.
The Pacifier (PG), 1:10
p.m., 4:30 p.m., 7:20 p.m.
and 9:35 p.m.
Robots (PG), 1:40 p.m.,
4:30 p.m., 7:20 p.m. and
9:35 p.m.
AMC Pleasure Island 24
(Late shows Friday and
Saturday only)
Are We There Yet? (PG),
5:40 p.m., 8:05 p.m. and
10:25 p.m.
The Aviator (PG-13), 4:25
p.m. and 7:55 p.m.
*Be Cool (PG-13), 1:40
p.m., 2:15 p.m., 3:05 p.m.,
4:20 p.m., 4:55 p.m., 5:45
p.m., 7:15 p.m., 7:55 p.m.,
8:30 p.m., 10:05 p.m., 10:40
p.m. and 12:05 a.m.
Because of Winn-Dixie
(PG), 1:45 p.m. and 4:15
p'.m.
Constantine (R), 1:05
p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m. and
9:45 p.m.
Cursed (PG-13), 12:55
p.m., 3:20 p.m., 5:35 p.m.,
7:45 p.m., 9:55 p.m. and
12:20 a.m.
Diary of a Mad Black
Woman (PG-13), 1:35 p.m.,
4:35 p.m., 7:35 p.m. and
10:20 p.m.
Finding Neverland (PG),
12:50 p.m. and 3:15 p.m.
Hitch (PG-13), 1:55 p.m.,
2:35 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 5:15
p.m., 7:25 p.m., 8:05 p.m.,
10:15 p.m. and 10:55 p.m.
*Hostage (R), 1:50 p.m.,
4:50 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 7:40
p.m., 9:20 p.m., 10:20 p.m.
and 12:15 a.m.
The Jacket (R), 1:15 p.m.,
4:40 p.m., 7:20 p.m., 9:50
p.m. and 12:25 a.m.
Man of the House (PG-
13), 12:45 p.m.; 3:20 p.m.,
5:50 p.m., 8:15 p.m. and
10:35 p.m.
Million Dollar Baby (PG-
13), 1 p.m., 4:05 p.m., 7:10
p.m. and 10:10 p.m.
*The Pacifier (PG), 12:40
p.m., 2:10 p.m., 3:10 p.m.,
4:40 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:10
p.m., 7:50 p.m., 9:40 p.m,,
10:10 p.m. and 12:10 a.m.
The Passion Recut (NR),
1:10 p.m., 2:20 p.m., 4:10
p.m., 5:10 p.m., 7:05 p.m.,
8:10 p.m., 9:50 p.m. and 11
p.m.
Pooh's Heffalump Movie
(G), 12:35 p.m. and 2:25 p.m.
*Robots (PG), 12:30 p.m.,
1:30 p.m., 2 p.m., 2:30 p.m.,
3 p.m., 4 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5
p.m., 5:25 p.m., 7 p.m., 7:30
p.m., 8 p.m., 9:30 p.m., 10
p.m., 10:30 p.m., Midnight
and 12:30 a.m.
Sideways (R), 1:20 p.m.,
4:40 p.m., 7:35 p.m. and


10:25 p.m.
The Wedding Date (PG-
13), 7:05 p.m. and 9:25 p.m.
Touch Star/South Chase
Be Cool (PG-13), 1 p.m.,
4 p.m., 7:05 p.m. and 9:55
p.m.
Because of Winn-Dixie.
(PG), 12:55 p.m. and 3:45
p.m.


Adrien Brody stars in the thriller, The Jacket.
Bewefaa (NR), 6:15 p.m. 3:50 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9:50 The Pacifier (PG), 1:10
and 9:45 p.m. p.m. p.m., 4:10 p.m., 7:10 p.m.
Constantine (PG-13), Man of the House (PG- and 10 p.m.
6:45 p.m. 13), 1:05 p.m. and 4:05 p.m. Son of the Mask (PG),
Cursed (PG-13), 10:10 *Robots (PG), 12:30 p.m., 1:20 p.m..and 4:20 p.m.
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rum, real kiwi, strawberry and
mango ices. For those who
prefer non-alcoholic bever-
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and refreshes with a tropical
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beginning at 5:30 p.m. Tickets
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only at the box office. Tickets
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Pokemon State Championship
will be held March 19 at La
Quinta Lakeside. Admission is
free. Participation is open to all
eligible POP players. The state
winners will advance to the
national championships. Prizes
are awarded to the top eight
players in each category.
LOG HOME SHOW
ORLANDO The Log &
Timber Home Show comes to
the Orange County Convention
Center March 18-20. It show-
cases everything needed to
plan, build and experience the
log home and timber lifestyle.
The event features workshops,
displays, companies, building
suppliers, furniture makers and
more. Tickets are $12.
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10k walk will begin at the
learning center, 2700 Scrub
Jay Trail. A shorter walk will
also be available. Walkers
receive a map with detailed
instructions and can walk as a
group or by themselves. Reg-
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glasses
A paring knife, a blender, a
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Ingredients:
Fresh kiwi, mango and
strawberry (Peel the kiwi and
mango, and cut into slices,.
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Granulated sugar
Three to four lemons,
limes and oranges
Cuervo Gold Tequila
Dekuyper Cactus Juice
Schnapps (chilled)
Simple Syrup Recipe: Mix
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syrup to the fruit juice. Then
refrigerate the mix. These
two mixes will last for 24
hours.
Fruit Ices: Blend each fruit,
ice and two ounces of simple
syrup separately until thick.
Store separately in bowls.
These three mixes will last for
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Ready to serve:
Step 1: Blend Margarita
mix, tequila and ice until
thick.
Step 2: Add two teaspoons
of each ice in the bottom of
your chilled martini glass.
Step 3. Top with the thick
Margarita mix, and it pour
over the drink.
Step 4. Mix a shot of Cac-
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Step 5. Place lime and
orange wedge on the rim to
serve.
Lemon Breeze
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Ingredients:
One whole fresh lemon,
cut in half
One cup fresh squeezed
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syrup
Two cups crushed ice
Simple Syrup Recipe:
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ABUNDANT HARVEST CeURCI


There is a $2 charge for non-
credit walkers. Lunch will also
be available for $5. Reserva-
tions are required for lunch.
Call Letty Zook at 863-419-
9368 for more information.
LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL
ST. AUGUSTINE The
St. Augustine Lighthouse
and Museum presents the
13th annual Lighthouse Fes-
tival Saturday, March 19,
from 11 'a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission to the tower,
museum and grounds are
free. There will also be vari-
.ous activities throughout the
day plus Bill Younger, cre-
ator of Harbour lights Col-
lectable Lighthouses, will be
in attendance. There will be
a 5K run/walk at 4:30 p.m.
Call 904-824-3939 for
information at the run. Call
904-829-0745 for informa-
tion on the festival.
FLY-IN
POLK CITY Fantasy of
Flight will host the Florida
Antique Biplane Association
Fly-In Saturday March 26.
Dozens of brightly-colored
multiwinged planes will be fly-
ing into the aviation attraction
throughout the morning and
staying the day. More infor-
mation is available at
www.fantasyofflight.com.


WINTER PARK EVENTS
WINTER PARK Up-
coming events in the city
include the 26th annual St.
Patrick's Day Parade March
13 at Park Avenue and
Central Park at 2 p.m.; the
46th annual Winter Park
Sidewalk Art Festival March
18-20 at Central Park; the
51st annual Easter Egg
Hunt March 26 at 9:30
a.m. in Central Park; the
fourth annual Founders
Day, 8 a.m. to noon, April
9, Central Park; Dinner on
the Avenue, 5 p.m. on Park
Avenue April 9.
ROMANTIC COMEDY
ORLANDO The Jester
Theater Company presents
Romantic Comedy, a comedy
about two writers that work
together and practically live
together but can't get togeth-
er romantically. The show is
at The Studio Theatre, 398
W. Amelia in the Centroplex
II, next to Bob Carr Perform-
ing Arts Center. 'Perfor-
mances are weekends March
4-20. Tickets are $15. Call
407-927-5043 for informa-
tion/reservations.
CHIMPS AND HUMANS
DAYTONA BEACH The
Southeast Museum of Photog-
raphy, 1200 W. International


Speedway Blvd., will host an
exhibition featuring National
Geographic photographer
Michael Nichols and anthropol-
ogist Jane Goodall. The illustrat-
ed show explores the kinship
between humans and chim-
panzees. Titled Brutal Kinship,
the images are based on the
book of the same name.
The exhibit will continue
through June 20. Call 386-
506-4475 for more infor-
mation.
ATLANTA BRAVES
KISSIMMEE The
Atlanta Braves spring training
game schedule begins March
2 at Cracker Jack Stadium at
Disney's Wide World of
Sports. The full slate of home
games includes action against
the New York Yankees, New
York Mets, St. Louis Cardi-
nals and Los Angeles
Dodgers. For information on
the spring training season and
tickets call 407-939-GAME.
NEW MUSEUM
ST. CLOUD The St.
Cloud Heritage Museum is now
open. The museum, the former
Veterans Memorial Library, fea-
tures items, photographs and
historical records of the veterans
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donations are welcome. The
museum is open Thursday, Fri-
day and Sunday.
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3-20. Tickets are $22 (seniors,
students $18). For reservations/
information call 407-328-
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flower show April 1-3. The col-
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tures creations by area floral
designers. The east gallery will
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Florida laws protect your right OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE
to know and provide that certain
legal proceedings be published

for your informationande s


Public Notmices


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
Case Number: Cl 04-MF-2555.
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
Inc., as nominee for NOVA-
STAR HOME MORTGAGE Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAYMOND AMEZOUITA;
RUTH N. AMEZQUITA;
UNKNOWN PERSON(s)
T POSSESSION OF
HE SUBJECT PROEPRTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated February 24,
2005, and entered in Case Num-
ber: Cl 04-MF-2555, of the Cir-
cuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
Circuit, in and for Osceola Coun-
ty, Florida, wherein MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGIS-
TRATION SYSTEMS Inc., as
nominee for NOVA-STAR
HOME MORTGAGE Inc., is the
Plaintiff, and RAYMOND
AMEZQUITA; RUTH N.
AMEZQUITA; UNKNOWN PER-
SON(s) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
are the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at the OSCEOLA COUN-
TY COURTHOUSE, 2 Court-
house Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, in the City of
Kissimmee, Florida, at 11:00
o'clock A.M., on the 24th day of
MARCH 2005, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment to-wit'
Lot 12, in Block 18, PEBBLE
POINTE, Unit 3A, according to
the Plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 12, at Pages 54, 55
and 56, of the Public Records of,
Osceola County Florida.
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance.
Please contact: Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2421, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
Notice or Pleading; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-
(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 28th day of
February 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Stacie T. Wildermuth
STACIE T. WILDERMUTH
As Deputy Clerk
Submitted by:
Kahane and Associates, P.A.
1815 Griffin Road, Suite 302
Dania Beach, FL 33004
Telephone: (954) 920-2999.
04-11613 NVSTR
Match 5, 12, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
General Jurisdiction Division.
Case Number: Cl 04-MF-2616.
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A.,
successor by merger to WELLS
FARGO HOME MORTGAGE
Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LASCELLES WAYNE SEATON,
if living, and if dead, the
unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees and
all other parties claiming an
interest by, through, under or
against LASCELLES WAYNE
SEATON; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF LASCELLES
WAYNE SEATON, if any;
SWEETWATER CLUB CON-
DOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
Inc.; JOHN DOE and JANE
DOE, as UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION.
Defehdant(s).
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
February 23, 2005, entered in
Civil Case Number: Cl 04-MF-
2616, of the Circuit Court of the
9th Judicial Circuit, in and for
Osceola County, Kissimmee,
Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
Osceola County Courthouse, 2
Courthouse Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, in Kissimmee, Flori-
da, at 11:00 A.M., on the 23rd
day of MARCH 2005, the follow-
ing described property as set
forth in said Summary Final
Judgment to-wit'
U,,;i I Bu;i.j;r.- D, SWEETWA-
IEH .:Li_ a condominium,
according to the Declaration of
Condominium, filed in Official
Records Book 1025, Page 2383,
Public Records of Osceola
County, Florida, and amend-
mentsthereto, if any. Together
with an undivided interest in the
common elements as set forth in
said the Declaration
If you are a person with a dis-
"ability who needs accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance.
Please contact: Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2421, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
Notice of Hearing; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-
,ZTEE..:.r. Ir... 28th day of
February 2005.
.(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Stacie T Wildermuth
STACIE T. WILDERMUTH
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
The Law Offices of:
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.,
801 South University Drive
Suite 500,
Plantation, Florida 33324
Telephone: (954) 233-8000
04-35237 (FM) NCL
March 5, 12, 2005

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
The following personal prop-
erty of DEBORAH A. BRESNA-
HAN will, on MARCH 21, 2005,
at 11:00 A.M., at Lot # 185, 3845
Covington Drive, St. Cloud,
Osceola County, Florida 34772,
in the COVINGTON ESTATES
MOBILE HOME PARK, in Osce-
ola County, Florida, be sold for
Cash to satisfy storage fees in
accordance with Florida
Statutes Section 715 109'
2001 REDMAN INDUSTRIES,
HOUSE TRAILER
VIN #: FLA146C6129A
Title #: 0084730786
VIN #: FLA146C6129B
Title #: 0084730753
Prepared By:
JODY B. GABEL
ALLISON G. LUCAS
LUTZ, BOBO, TELFAIR,
EASTMAN & LEE
Two North Tamiami Trail
Suite 500
Sarasota, Florida 34236.
March 5,12, 2005


NOTICE OF SALE
The vehicle listed below will be
sold for cash at Public Auction


at: FIELD BODY SHOP, 907
Garden Street, Kissimmee,
Florida 34744, on MARCH 19,
2005, at 11:00 o'clock A.M.
Telephone: (407) 847-3623, or
(407) 239-4505
1) 2002 DAEWOO
VIN #- KLAVA69262B323347
March 12, 2005


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
As of MARCH 25, 2005, at
9:00 o'clock A.M., the vehicles/
vessels listed below shall be
sold at Public Auction for cash at
RUSSELL'S R & S AUTO
REPAIR &-TOWING SERVICE
Inc., 2720 13th Street, St. Cloud,
Flonrida 34769.
Telephone- (407) 892-5466.
1) 1978 FORD
VIN #: F26HCBG4060
2) 1986 CHEVY
VIN #: JG1MR6854GK808885
3) 1994 CHEVY
VIN #: 1G1JC1449R7202640
March 12, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
General Jurisdiction Division.
Case Number: 01 04-MF-2484.
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS
Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRIAN W. HOLMES, if living,
and if dead, the unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees and all other
parties claiming an interest by,
through, under or against
BRIAN W. HOLMES; SANDRA
L. HOLMES,,a/k/a SANDRA L
HOMES, if living, and if dead,
the unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees and
all other parties claiming an
interest by, through, under or
against SANDRA L. HOLMES,
a/k/a SANDRA L. HOMES;
WINDSOR PARK AT REMING-
TON HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
CIATION Inc.; PRIME ACCEP-
TANCE CORP.; JOHN DOE
and JANE DOE, as UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION.
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
February 28, 2005, entered in
Civil Case Number. Cl 04-MF-
2484, of the Circuit Court of the
9th Judicial Circuit, in and for
Osceola County, Kissimmee,
Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
Osceola County Courthouse,'2
Courthouse Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, in Kissimmee,
Florida, at 11:00 A.M., on the
30th day of MARCH 2005,'the
following described property as
set forth in said Summary Final
Judgment to-wit,
Lot 59, REMINGTON, Parcel M-
1, as per Plat thereof, recorded
in Plat Book 14, Pages 123-126,
of the Public Records of Osceo-
la County Florida,
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to the pro-
vision of certain assistance.
Please contact: Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephohe: (407) 343-
2421, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
Notice of Hearing; if you are
hearing or voice impaired, call 1-
(800) 955-8771.
' DATED on this 28th day of
February 2005.
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Stacle T Wildermuth
TACIE T. WILDERMUTH..
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
The Law Offices of:
DAVID J. STERN, P.A.,
801 South University Drive
Suite 500,
Plantation, Florida 33324
Telephone: (954) 233-8000
04-33681-A (EMC)
March 5, 12, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
General Jurisdiction Division.
Case Number CI 05-MF-0062.
COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANA I. SANCHEZ, a/k/a ANNA
I. SANCHEZ, and JOSE R.
SANCHEZ ORTIZ, a/k/a REY
SANCHEZ, her husband; and
ANA L. APONTE, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary
Final Judgment of Foreclosure
Including Award of Attorneys'
Fees and Costs dated February
28, 2005, entered in Case Num-
ber: Cl 05-MF-0062, of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 9th Judicial Cir-
cuit, in and for Osceola County,
Florida, wherein COUNTRY-
WIDE HOME LOANS Inc., is
the Plaintiff, and ANA I.
SANCHEZ, a/k/a ANNA I.
SANCHEZ, : and JOSE R.
SANCHEZ ORTIZ, a/k/a REY
SANCHEZ, her husband; ANA
L.APONTE and
APONTE; Unknown Spouse of
ANAL. APONTE, if married;
OAK GROVE AT KISSIMMEE
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION Inc., a Florida corporation;
JOHN DOE and JANE DOE,
are the Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at the OSCEOLA COUN-
TY COURTHOUSE, 2 Court-
house Square, Suite 2600,
Room 2602, in the City of
Kissimmee, Florida, at 11:00
o'clock A.M., on the 31st day of
MARCH 2005, the following
described property, as set forth
in said Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure Including
Award of Attorneys' Fees and
Costs, to-wit-
Lot 5, OAK GROVE, according
to the Plat thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 7, at Page 150, of
the Public Records of Osceola
County Florida
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs accommo-
dation in order to participate in
this proceedings, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance.
Please contact: Court Adminis-
tration at 2 Codrthouse Square,
Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Florida
34741, Telephone: (407) 343-
2421, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this
Notice; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 1-(800) 955-
8771.
DATED on this 28th day of
February 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Stacie T Wildermuth
STACIE T. WILDERMUTH
As Deputy Clerk
ERIC M. MYERS, Esquire
ADORNO & YOSS, P.A.
2525 Ponce De Leon
Boulevard, Suite 400,
Miami, Florida 33134.
Telephone: (305) 460-1100
March 5, 12, 2005


NOTICE OF
PUBLIC AUCTION
The vehicles listed below shall
be sold auction free of all prior
liens for cash on the following
dates at MAGIC TOWS, 2760
Lake, Vista Drive, Kissimmee,
Florida 34744, at 5:00 P.M.
Phone #, (407) 847-5333
.... APRIL 7, 2005
1) 1980 TOYOTA
Corolla, 2 door
VIN #: TE720509693
2) 18 ft. Utility Trailer
Tandem Axle Homemade
APRIL 12, 2005
1) 1990 ACURA Integra, 3 door
VIN #' JH4DA9362LS031955
March 12, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 05-MF-0024.
FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff(s),
vs.
DEXTER HENNINGTON, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a Final Judgment dated Febru-
ary 24, 2005, In Case Number Cl 05-MF-0024, of the County Court of
the Ninth Judicial Circuit, in and for OSCEOLA County, Florida, in
which FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION, a Florida corporation,
is the Plaintiff, and DEXTER HENNINGTON; JAMES HENDERSON,
GWENDOLYN HENDERSON and CARRIE WAGNER; PATRICIA E.
HAYES; ROBERT H.-HAYES and ELAINE HAYES; RUSSELL G.
JACKO and SUSAN W. JACKO; TODD HUTSON and BETH HUT-
SON; JOHN G. HUTCHINSON and LISA A. HUTCHINSON; R. GOR-
DON HUGHES and SUSAN HUGHES; DEBRA FRIGAULT; NANCY
C. FRANK; RAYMOND D. FLORES and MERCEDES M. FLORES;
-iUr-:ELL FLETCHER LEOrDIE,'RS JUDD and MARGARET JUDD;
.R tirEL. .1 tiljE .' .-, ':EHIRLE ( M. KINNEY, are the Defendants,
I will sell'to the highest and best bidder for cast at the OSCEOLA
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 2'Courthouse Square, Suite 2600, Room
2602, Kissimmee, Florida. at 11:00 o'clockA.M., on MARCH 24, 2005,
the following described property set forth in the Final Judgment,
Week 36, Condominium Parcel Number 628, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase V;
Week 48, Condominium Parcel Number 637, of THE SPAS-AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase VII;
Week 41, Condominium Parcel Number 521, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase IV;
Week 40;, Condominium Parcel Number 627, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase V;
Week 49, Condominium Parcel Number 533, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase VI; .
Week 42, Condominium Parcel Number 561, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;'
Week 40, Condominium Parcel Number 667, of THE SPAS AT'
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XI;
Week 39, Condominium Parcel Number 623, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase IV;
Week 5, Condominium Parcel Number. 662,. of THE SPAS AT,
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;
Week 5, Conlomipium Parcel Number 603, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase I;
Week 25, Condominium Parcel Number 663, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;
Week 4, Condominium Parcel Number 567, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XI;
Week 48, Condominium Parcel Number 763, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Phase XII;
Week 37, Condominium Parcel Number 669, of THE SPAS AT
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO Phase XI
According to the Declaration of Condominium, recorded in Official
Record Book 886, Page 1061, and amendments thereto recorded in
Official Record Book 886, Page 1170; Official Record Book 922, Page
1397; Official Record Book 977, Page 755; Official Record Book 989,
Page 96; Official Record Book 1004, Page 341; Official Record Book
1009, Page 2062; and in Official Record Book 1065, Page 0857, Pub-
lic Records of Osceola County, Florida.
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons with,
disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Court Administration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, telephone number (407) 343-2421, not
later than two working days prior to the proceeding. If hearing
impaired, (TDD) 1-(800) 955-8771, or Voice (v) 1-(800) 955-8771, via
Florida Relay Service.
DATED on this 28th day of February 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/Stacie T. Wildermuth
STACIE T. WILDERMUTH
As Deputy Clerk
March 5, 12, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 05-MF-0510.
FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION, ...
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff(s),
vs.
SHANNON BROWN, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: SHANNON BROWN
7358 Wichita Court, Apt. # 33
Manassas, VA 20109
KIM CRAWFORD
3003 12 SE, Apt. B31
Wyoming, Ml 49508
LINDA S. JACKSON
66 Sutton Street SW,
Grand Rapids, Ml 49507-2931
JAMES T. DAVIS
717 East 85th Street, Apt. 251
Brooklyn, NY 11236-3547
SHARON RIDGEL
3162 Bayview Avenue, Apt. 2B
Brooklyn, NY 11224-1827
PAUL R. JACOBS
25196 Kalmia Avenue
Sunnymead, CA 92388


BONNIE JO JACOBS
25196 Kalmia Avenue
Sunnymead, CA 92388
RANDALL G. KELLEY
241 Shelby 62 South
Harpersville, AL 35078
LISA F. KELLEY
241 Shelby 62 South
Harpersville, AL 35078
JULIUS LONG
100 Heath Lane, Apt. 14
Spartanburg, SC 29301-3672
ANIBAL M. MARIN-LOPEZ
P.O. Box 80
Isabela, Puerto Rico 00662-0080
MARISOL RIVERA-MISLA
P.O. Box 6666
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 00681-6666
WILLIAM MOSS
6354 Webb Street
Detroit, Ml 48204
TWYLA MOSS
6354 Webb Street
Detroit, Ml 48204
JUAN CARLOS OSPINA
Carrera 23 # 13-12 Torre 3, Apto. 203
Pereira Risaral, Colombia
MELVA PATRICIA VALENCIA
Carrera 23 # 13-12 Torre 3, Apto. 203
Perela Risaral, Colombia
JOHN PEITSCH
1771 Cooper Road
Kelowna,,BL V1Y 7T1
LOUISE PEITSCH
1771 Cooper Road
Kelowna, BLV1Y7T1
ANTHONY STEPHENS
2226 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11233-3306
SANDRA STEPHENS
108-16 172nd Street
Jamaica, NY 11433-3030
ANTHONY STEPHENS
2226 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11233-3306
SANDRA STEPHENS
108-16 172nd Street
Jamaica, NY 11433-3030
JAMES WERNER '
104 Montauk Drive
Vernon Rockville, CT 06066-5308
DONNA W. WERNER
*17 Park Street # C
Stafford Spring, CT 06076-1319
BRUCE WROLSTAD
General Delivery
West Fargo, ND 58078-9999
SANDY GRANDBOIS
101 21st Street S TRLR 4
Fargo, ND 58103-1442
GEORGE W. YATES Jr.
20 Mansfield East
Columbus, NJ 08022-2112
MARIAN A. YATES
20 Mansfield East
Columbus, NJ 08022-2112
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against
you to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property in
Osceola County Florida to wit:
Week 5, Condominium Parcel Number 103, in Building Letter A, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 44, Condominium Parcel Number 214, in Building Letter C, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 2, Condominium Parcel Number 212, in Building Letter C, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 16, Condominium Parcel Number 109, in Building Letter B, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 3, Condominium Parcel Number 110, in Building Letter C, of
. RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 39, Condominium Parcel Number 105, in Building Letter B, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 34, Condominium Parcel Number 109, in Building Letter B, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 48, Condominium Parcel Number 210, in Building Letter C, of
, RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section 1, a condominium;
Week 19, Condominium Parcel Number 104, in Building Letter A, of
RESORT WORLD.OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 1, Condominium Parcel Number 108, in Building Letter B, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO; Section I, a condominium;
'.; i -, '*-,:.,,.:minium Parcel Number 104, in Building Letter A, of
FE ,T ,. j-H'-'IrI OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 2, Condominium Parcel Number 210, in Building Letter C, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 42, Condominium Parcel Number 1.05, in Building Letter B, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section I, a condominium;
Week 41, Condominium Parcel Number 212, in Building Letter C, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section 1, a condominium;
Week 18, Condominium Parcel Number 104, in Building Letter A, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO Section I a condominium-
According to the Declaration of Condominium, recorded in Official
6.:.:.r.3 ;..:. "6 FBa e t.. ui ir, Fu l.7,: 51,,,i-.: : i:.iC sceola Coun-
t, `,:.IrI.3I ,r r, l l 6I lI ''r. Idl l -ll: Iriq r te ii al'l, ria 5 t.I rr Il .a.iiiiir iil
I1_1 1-- 1 l :llJ usil r .. h.:i i r I- .:III :o p :l: j r .- i r l i3i-1. 1,. I- iI
any, to: JOHN M. CAMPBELL, Esquire, Attorney for the Plaintiff,
whose address Is: 4700 Millenia Boulevard, Orlando, Florida 32839,
and file the original with the Clerk of the above styled Court on or
before APRIL 11, 2005; otherwise a judgment may be entered against
you for the relief emended In the complaint.
NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Court Administration at2 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, telephone number (407) 343-2421, not
later than. two working days prior to the proceeding. If hearing
impaired, (TDD) 1-(800) 955-8771, or Voice (v) 1-(800) 955-8771; via
Florida Relay Service. TO EACH SHERIFF OF THE STATE: You are
commanded to serve this Summons and a copy of the Complaint in
this lawsuit on the above-named Defendant(s).
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on this 7th day of March
2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF COUNTY AND CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Linda Phillips
LINDA PHILLIPS
As Deputy Clerk
March 12, 19, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: Cl 05-MF-0511.
FIRST CONTINENTAL CORPORATION,

vs.
JOSE A. SEPULVEDA and ALMA SEPULVEDA, et al
4 Defendants..
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: JOSE A. SEPULVEDA and ALMA SEPULVEDA
3428 Braddock Drive
Woodbridge, VA 22193
FERNANDO A. MARTINEZ and LOURDES ROSA
622 Turin Street
Vega Baja; Puerto Rico 00693;
JAMES F. KENNEDY and BONNIE L. KENNEDY
37 Crestfield Lane
Leominster, MA 01453
JOSE A.:SANCHEZ and TRINA'SANCHEZ
100 Rockland Street
West Roxbury, MA 02132
RONNIE BURGE
3908 172nd Street
Country Club Hills, IL 60478
REGINALD L: DAVIS
4355 Thrasher Circle
Macon, GA 31206
GREGORY E. FLINTZ -
3600 South Sheffield Avenue, Lot 367
Hamond, IN 46327
LYNETTE E. FLINTZ
P.O. Box 146
Stronghurst, IL 61480
LOREN K. BRADSHAW
13224 9th Street.
Santa 'Fe, Texas 77510,
EDNA S. BRADSHAW
11618 Vinedale Avenue
Houston, Texas 77099
WILLIAM CARTY
8714i57th Street, Apt. 4B
Elmhurst, NY 11373
SUSAN CARTY
2009 21st Street, Apt. 1B
Astoria, NY 11105
RICHARD L. CATANZANO
23 Ravine Avenue
Glen Cove, NY 11542
MICHAEL JENNINGS and DENISE JENNINGS
12559 Elm Street
Blue Island, IL 60406
SAMUEL DIAZ.and JUDY L DIAZ
2608 26th Street
Zion, IL 60099
PHILIP G GASIOROWSKI
2907 North Menard Avenue # 2
Chicago, IL. 60634
MATfIE F GASIOROWSKI
6150 Normandy Avenue
Chicago, IL 60638
CHRISTINE HANLEY
182 Monroe Street
Mastic, NY 11950
ALLEN B. SIEGEL
182 Monroe Street
Mastic, NY 11950
ROBERT E. PENNEY Sr. and WANETA A. PENNEY
25 Tamarack Drive
South Berwick, ME 03908
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against
you to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property in
Osceola County Florida to wit-
Week 19, Condominium Parcel Number 275, in Building Letter J, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section 11 G, a condominium;
Week 37, Condominium Parcel Number 141, in Building Letter G, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II D, a condominium;
Week 18, Condominium Parcel Number 232, in Building Letter F, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II C, a condominium;
Week 20, Condominium Parcel Number 227, in Building Letter E, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II B, a condominium
Week 20, Condominium Parcel Number 217, in Building Letter D, of


RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II A, a condominium;
Week 16, Condominium Parcel Number 217, in Building Letter D, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II A, a condominium;
Week 39, Condominium Parcel Number 172, in Building Letter J, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II G, a condominium;
Week 14, Condominium Parcel Number 272, in Building Letter J, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II G, a condominium;
Week 9, Condominium Parcel Number 263, in Building Letter I, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II F, a condominium;
Week 14, Condominium Parcel Number 253, in Building Letter H, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II E, a condominium;
Week 32, Condominium Parcel Number 218, in Building Letter D, of


RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II A, a condominium;
Week 30, Condominium Parcel Number 240, in Building Letter G, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II D, a condominium;
Week 10, Condominium Parcel Number 234, in Building Letter F, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II C, a condominium;
Week 8, Condominium Parcel Number 24t, in Building Letter G, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO, Section II D, a condominium;
Week 4, Condominium Parcel Number 133, in Building Letter F, of
RESORT WORLD OF ORLANDO. Section II C a condominium:
According to the Declaration of Condominium, recorded in Official
Record Book 748, Page 2468, of the Public Records of Osceola
County, Florida, and all amendments thereto, if any, has been filed
against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written
defense, if any, to: JOHN M. CAMPBELL, Esquire, Attorney for the
Plaintiff, whose address is: 4700 Millenia Boulevard, Orlando, Florida
32839, and file the original with the Clerk of the above styled Court on
or before APRIL 11, 2005; otherwise a judgment may be entered
against you for the relief amended in the complaint. .
NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special accommodation to participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact Court Administration at 2 Courthouse Square,
Kissimmee, Florida 34741, telephone number (407) 343-2421, not
later than two working days prior to the proceeding. If hearing
impaired, (TDD) 1-(800) 955-8771, or Voice (v) 1-(800) 955-8771, via
Florida Relay Service. TO EACH SHERIFF OF THE STATE: You are
commanded to serve this Summons and a copy of the Complaint in
this lawsuit on the above-named Defendant(s).
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court on this 7th day of March
2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF COUNTY AND CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/Alison Acito
ALISON ACITO
As Deputy Clerk
March 12, 19, 2005


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-2321.
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS OWNERS ASSOCIATION Inc.,
a Florida Non-Profit corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANTHONY J. APPLEBY and
EVANGELINE M. APPLEBY, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION
To: ANTHONY J. APPLEBY and EVANGELINE M. APPLEBY,
Buyantanshi Road, P.O. Box 32621, Lusaka, Zambia;
MOHAMAD M. AL-MALLOUHI and THAN M. KOUCHAJE, Olay
St. Mousa Boulevard, Riyadh 1143, Saudi Arabia;
WILLIAM D. McCULLOUGH and VERONICA R. McCULLOUGH,
2025 Presnell School Road, Banner Elk, NC 28604-8311;
MARIA CRISTINA REYES RUBIANES and JORGE HIDALGO,
Retamas 69 Casilla 205A, Quito, Ecuador.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the Institution of the above-styled
proceeding by the Plaintiff to Foreclose a Mortgage relative to the fol-
lowing described property,
Assigned Unit Week No. 46 Whole, in Assigned Unit No. MM-04;
Assigned Unit Week No. 3 Whole, in Assigned Unit No. NN-12;
Assigned Unit Week No. 18 Whole, in Assigned Unit No. LL-107;
Assigned Unit Week No. 39 Whole, in Assigned Unit No. LL-309;
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS, Phase XV, a Time Share Resort,
according to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restric-
tions thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1072, at Page
1194, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
Amendments thereto if any
AND you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the Complaint upon AMANDA L. CHAPMAN, Esquire, 201 East
Pine Street, SUite 500, Orlando, Florida 32801, attorneys for Plaintiff,
on or before the 11th day of APRIL 2005; and file the original with the
Clerk of the above-styled Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2421, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this proceeding; if you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 4th day of March 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
March 12, 19, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-2437.
VACATION BREAK RESORTS AT STAR ISLAND Inc,
a Florida corporation, etc.,

MARTA P. BERTOLDO, et al., .
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION
To: GERARDO ESPINOZA and MA ELVIRA ESPINOZA, Avebud
Slkudaredad 12721282 Colonia Carmelina Morella, Michucan, Mexi-
co;
SHERWOODF. WOODARD and CAROLYN A. DIXON, 3518
North Kenwood Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46208;
JUSTIN R. BEAUCHANE, 3010 Hennepin Avenue, Apt. 277, Min-
neapolis, MN 55408;
YORDIS RODRIGUEZ and ANGEL RODRIGUEZ, Sector Santa
Maria Calle, 76 Con Av 27 Ed Finquitat, Marcalbo, Venezuela.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the Institution of the above-styled
proceeding by the Plaintiff to'Foreclose a Mortgage relative to the fol-
lowing described property*
Unit Week Number 37-Full, of Condominium Unit Number 1817
Unit Week Number 43, of Condominlum Unit Number 1837(F)
Unit Week Number 38-Full, of Condominium Unit Number 1855
Unit Week Number 01-Full, of Condominium Unit Number 1821
VACATION BREAK RESORTS AT STAR ISLAND IV, together with all
appurtenances thereto, according and subject to the Declaration of
'Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1541, at
Page 1630, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, togeth-
er with any and all amendments and supplements thereto
Unit Week Number 16, of Condominium Unit Number 2831(F)
VACATION BREAK RESORTS AT STAR ISLAND II, together with all
appurtenances thereto, according and subject to the Declaration of
Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1329, at
Page 230, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, together
with any and all amendments and supplements thereto
AND you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the Complaint upon AMANDA L. CHAPMAN, Esquire, 201 East
Pine Street, Suite 500, Orlando, Florida 32801, attorneys for Plaintiff,
on or before the 11th day of APRIL 2005; and file the original with the
Clerk of the above-styled Court either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a disability who needs accommodation in
order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2421, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this described notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 4th day of March 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
March 12, 19, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-2457.
B.L. VACATION OWNERSHIP Inc.,
a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACK M. STAPLETON III, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION
To: BRUCE MARK COFSKE and THERESA ANN COFSKE, 6801
Stage Coach Drive, # 5, Castroville, Texas 78009;
CRISTIAN PIMENTEL, 11 Saint Dennis Drive, Gloucester, MA
01930;
ROBERT A. MOSS and LARHONDA MOSS, 6000 Cheri Lynn
Drive, Dayton, Ohio 45415;
ARTHUR T. WILLIAMS and MARGIE N. THOMPSON, 48 Alan
Court # A, San Pablo, CA 94806;
MAURICIO MORENO SANTOS and DEBORATH SOUZA De
ALMEIDA, Rua Patrana 269 Ed. Villaverde, Apt. # 501, Salvadore,
Brazil 41830-170;
KEITH I. CARROLL and JARISHA M. KENNEDY, 19330 Conley
Street, Detroit, Ml 48234.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the Institution of the above-styled
proceeding by the Plaintiff to Foreclose a Mortgage relative to the fol-
lowina described property'
CELEBRATION WORLD RESORT, a Vacation Ownership Resort, as
defined in the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
for the Resort Facility, as recorded in Official Records Book 1687, at
Page 832, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
Amendments thereto if any -
AND you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the Complaint upon AMANDA L. CHAPMAN, Esquire, of 201 East
Pine Street, Suite 500, Orlando, Florida 32801, attorneys for Plaintiff,
on or before the 11th day of APRIL 2005; and file the original with the
Clerk of the above-styled Court either before service on the Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
DATED on this 4th day of March 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
March 12, 19,2005



iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,


IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-2534.
WESTGATE TOWERS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION,
a Florida corporation, as general partner of
WESTGATE TOWERS LTD., a Florida limited partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DERAK DILLAHUNT, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION
To: DERAK DILLAHUNT and DONNA J. DILLAHUNT, 2712 Ashe
Street, Durham, NC 27703-4304;


JAMES KELLEY and SANDRA KELLEY, 1915 South Parkway
East, Apt. 3, Memphis, TN 38114-2034;
LOURDES E. ARIAS BALSECA, Independencia 1104, Y Enrique
Cuello, El Oro, El Oro Pasaje, Ecuador;
DARLENE H. PITTMAN, 7123 Blue Earth Court, Orlando, Florida
32818;
MAX A. LOPEZ and YOLANDA B. VILLANUEVA RUSKA, Los Tal-
lanes 104, Lima L03, Peru;
PHYLLIS C. WALTERS and MARYLIN C. WALTERS, 21 Kidd
Place, Marion Rd Charlton, London SE78HG, England..
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the Institution of the above-styled
proceeding by the Plaintiff to Foreclose a Mortgage relative to the fol-
lowins described property,
Assigned Unit Week No. 8 Even, in Assigned Unit No. WTC-125;
Assigned Unit Week No. 42 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. WTA-305;
Assigned Unit Week No. 42 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. WTB-114;
Assigned Unit Week No. 6 Even, in Assigned Unit No. WTB-117;
Assigned Unit Week No. 2 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. WTA-402;
Assigned Unit Week No. 17 Even, in Assigned Unit No. WTB-316;
ALL of WESTGATE TOWERS, a Time Share Resort, according to the
Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions thereof, as
recorded in Official Records Book 1364, at Page 427, of the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all Amendments thereto, if
any
AND you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the Complaint upon AMANDA L. CHAPMAN, Esquire, Capital
Plaza I, 201 East Pine Street, Suite 500, Orlando, Florida 32801,
attorneys for Plaintiff, on or before the 11th day of APRIL 2005; and file
the original with the Clerk of the above-styled Court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2421, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this proceeding; if you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 4th day of March 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
March 12, 19, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-2611.
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc.,
a Florida corporation, as general partner of
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS LTD.,
a Florida limited partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDWIN F. RABANALES, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION
To: EDWIN F. RABANALES and XIOMARA RABANALES, 14068
Lotus Lane, Apt. 414, Centerville, VA 20120-6360;
FRANK TUFARO and MARIE J. TUFARO, 3282 Radio Drive,
Bronx, NY 10465-1204;
LESLI CASTILLO, 7913 60th Lane, Ridgewood, NY 11385-6053;
GREGORY RUSHING and WAVENLEAN MOSES, 6424 Button
Wood Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70812-1723;
VILMA R. NADALand JAIME E. RIVAS, P.O. Box 1155, Federico
Velazquez 118, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic;
ROBERT JONES and SALINA JONES, 4307 Woodhollow Drive
402, Dallas, Texas 75277.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE-of the Institution of the above-styled
proceeding by the Plaintiff to Foreclose a Mortgage relative to the fol-
lowing described property-
Assigned Unit Week No. 1 Even, in Assigned Unit No. JJ-01
Assigned Unit Week No. 23 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. 11-03
Assigned Unit Week No. 28 Even, in Assigned Unit No. HH-09
Assigned Unit Week No. 18 Even, in Assigned Unit No. 11-12
Assigned Unit Week No. 26 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. 11-11
Assigned Unit Week No. 49 Even, in Assigned Unit No. KK-07
-ALL of WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS XIV, a Time Share Resort,
according to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restric-
tions thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1021, at Page
1053, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
amendments) thereto if any
has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to the Complaint upon AMANDA L.
CHAPMAN, Esquire, Capital Plaza I, 201 East Pine,Street, SUite
500, Orlando, Florida 32801, attorneys for the Plaintiff, on or before
the 11th day of APRIL 2005; and file the original with the Clerk of the
above-styled Court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2421, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this proceeding; if you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED oh this 4th 'day of Macrh 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
March 12, 19, 2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-2614.
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc.,
a Florida corporation, as general partner of
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS LTD.,
a Florida limited partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DEBI L. WILLIAMS, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION
To: DEBI L. WILLIAMS and AARON M. FISHER, 3843 Barto Place,
Shelby, NC 28150-9132;
JOHNNY D. BURRIS Jr. and CYNTHIA C. McCLURE BURRIS,
432 Kimbrook Court, Rock Hill, SC 29730-6403;
ANGEL A. SUAREZ, 465 Fishtail Terrace, Weston, Florida 33327-
2477;
KORY K. MAYERS and ARLENE E. MAYERS, 804 Carol Street,
Fayetteville, NC 28303.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the Institution of the above-styled
proceeding by the Plaintiff to Foreclose a Mortgage relative to the fol-
lowing described property
Assigned Unit Week No. 52 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. SSS-312
'Assigned Unit Week No. 45 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. SSS-302
Assigned Unit Week No. 35 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. UUU-13
Assigned Unit Week No. 37 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. SSS-203
ALL of WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS XXIII, a Time Share Resort,
according to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restric-
tions thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1202, at Page
0071, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
amendments) thereto if any
has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to the Complaint upon AMANDA L.
CHAPMAN, Esquire, Capital Plaza I, 201 East Pine Street, SUite
500, Orlando, Florida 32801, attorneys for the Plaintiff, on or before
the 11th day of APRIL 2005; and file the original with the Clerk of the
above-styled Court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Flori-
da 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2421, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this proceeding; if you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 4th day of March 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk
March 12,19,2005



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-1787.
WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS Inc.,
a Florida corporation, etc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARCUS A. DEMAR, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order or Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure dated the 24th day of February 2005, and entered
in Case Number: Cl 04-MF-1787, of the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judi-
cial Circuit, in and for Osceola County, Florida, wherein WESTGATE
VACATION VILLAS Inc., is the Plaintiff, and MARCUS A. DEMAR, et
al., are the Defendants, that I will sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the OSCEOLA COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 2 Courthouse
Square, Suite 2600, Room 2602, Kissimmee, Osceola County, Flori-
da 34741, at 11:00 o'clock A.M., on APRIL 5, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in said Final Default Judgment of Fore-
closure to-wit
Assigned Unit Week No. 46 Even, in Assigned Unit No: 000-03
Assigned Unit Week No. 20 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. QQQ-01
Assigned Unit Week No. 21 ALL, in Assigned Unit No. QQQ-01
Assigned Unit Week No. 49 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. PPP-03
Assigned Unit Week No. 8 Even, in Assigned Unit No. PPP-07
Assigned Unit Week No. 10 Even, in Assigned Unit No. 000-05
Assigned Unit Week No. 16 & 17 ALL,
in Assigned Unit No. OOO-10;
Assigned Unit Week No. 33 Even, in Assigned Unit No. PPP-04
Assigned Unit Week No. 50 DD, in Assigned Unit No. OOO-11
ALL of WESTGATE VACATION VILLAS XXII, a Time Share Resort, '
according to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restric-
tions thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 1210, at Page
1213, of the Public Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all
amendments) thereto if any
If you are a person with a disability who needs accommodation in
order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100, Kissimmee, Flori-


da 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2421, within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this Notice of Sale; if you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-(800) 955-8771. '
DATED at Kissimmee, Florida, on this 28th day of February 2005.
LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Stacie T Wildermuth
STACIE T. WILDERMUTH
As Deputy Clerk
March 5, 12, 2005







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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NUMBER: Cl 04-MF-1546.
WESTGATE TOWERS DEVELOPMENTCORPORATION -
a Florida corporation, asgeneral partner of
WESTGATE TOWERS LTD., a Florida limited partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN ROSS, at al.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
SERVICE OF PUBLICATION
To: JOHN ROSS, 10 Puketal Place, Little Waldingfield, C0100SU,
New Zealand;
JEFFREY JACKSON and WENDY JACKSON, 941 Ridge Haven
Drive, Brandon, Florida 33511-7041;
MIREYA D. VIVEROS, Puerto Arturo Prat 313, Cisnes Alsen, Chile.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED of the Institution of the above-styled
proceeding by the Plaintiff to Foreclose a Mortgage relative to the fol-
lowing described property'
Assigned Unit Week No. 10 ODD, in Assigned Unit No. WTB-211;
Assigned Unit Week No. 52 ODD, In Assigned Unit No. WTB-211;
Assigned Unit Week No. 6 EVEN, in Assigned Unit No. WTA-303;
ALL of WESTGATE TOWERS, a Time Share Resort, according to the
Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions thereof, as
recorded in Official Records Book 1364, at Page 427, of the Public
Records of Osceola County, Florida, and all Amendments thereto, if
any.
AND you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any,
to the Complaint upon AMANDA L. CHAPMAN, Esquire, Capital
Plaza 1, 201 East Pine Street, Suite 500, Orlando, Florida 32801, attor-
neys tor Plaintiff, on or before the 11th day of APRIL 2005; and file the
original with the Clerk of the above-styled Court'either before service
on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a disaDil/ity who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this proceedings, you are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Court
Administration at 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100, Kissimmee,
Florida 34741, Telephone: (407) 343-2421, within two (2) working
days of your receipt of this proceeding; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-(800) 955-8771.
DATED on this 4th day of March 2005.


March 12, 19, 2005


LARRY WHALEY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Kathy Rodriguez
KATHY RODRIGUEZ
As Deputy Clerk


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License #CBC046664
Painting, Vinyl, Tile Work, Texturing
Insurance Work
Doing Business For 25 Years
Member Better Business Bureau
Of Central Florida
1-800-374-0331
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Drywall Repair & Texture
Remodeling
Interior, Exterior, Commercial Painting
Licensed/Insured
All Major Credit Cards Accepted
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Interior Exterior
20/yrs. Experience
Licensed Insured
Free Estimates
407-738-0612
515-Care For The Elderly

EXPERIENCED CAREGIVER will sit or
care for your loved one. Monday-Friday.
407-891-8239.
525-Business
Opportunity

START YOUR Own Business. Training
Available. Space Technology. Air & Water
Systems. Call Now!!! 407-590-9389.

540-Garage Sales
Kissimmee

1578 REGAL OAK off King's Hwy. Moving
Sale, furniture and misc. items. Fri.3/11,
Sat.3/12. 7:30am-1:30pm.
2/FAMILY YARD sale- Sat.3/12, 8-? Alpine
Court, Poinciana, behind Publix.
Something for everyone!
5213 SUNSET CANYON DR., Off Poin-
ciana Blvd. 3/11 & 3/12, 9AM-2PM. Furni-
ture, Household, Clothing, Toys & Morel!!
FRIDAY, 3/11, Saturday, 3/12. 9AM-2PM.
4184 Big Valley, Off Pleasant Hill. Furni-
ture, Household, Restaurant Items, Cloth-
ing, Morel!!
GARAGE SALE. Friday, 3/11. Saturday,
3/12. Indoor/Outdoor. Sofa & Loveseat.
Decorative Fish Aquarium. Clothes. Lots
of Items. 192 To Siesta Lago Blvd. To
Chatham Park or Poinciana Blvd. To Sies-
ta Lago Blvd. To Chatham Park.


GARAGE SALE. Household Items. Furni-
ture. Clothing. Friday, 3/11. Saturday,
,. 3/12. 7:30AM-5PM. 103 Poinciana Circle,
off N. Main. Behind Dellwood Towing.


GARAGE SALE. Household Items. TV.
Today!!! Saturday, 8AM-3PM Only. 2697
Devonshire Ct., Pebble Point Subdivision.
GIANT BACKYARD Book Sale! Fri.3/11,
g9ai-1 pm. Sat.3/12, 8am-noon. 146 Snap-
dragon Ct., BVL. Hundreds of books,
.25/ea. Mystery, general fiction, thriller,
romance and household items.
GOOD SAMARITAN Village. Spring Fling.
March 12th. 8AM-1PM. Flea Market & Vil-
lage Wide Yard Sales!!!
INTERCESSION CITY Civic Association
Annual Garage & Bake Sale. 1531 Immo-
kee Street. 8AM-2PM. Saturday, 3/12. Re-
freshments Served.
MOVING SALE- Everything must gol
Furniture, tools, golf clubs, clothes, & mis-
cellaneous, Fri.3/11, Sat.3/12, 8am-?
3951 Citrus Street off Pleasant Hill Road.
MOVING SALE. Saturday, Sunday, 8AM.
No Early Birdsl 113 E. 'Keen Street. Toys,
Furniture, Misc,
MULTI FAMILY. Saturday, 3/12, 8AM-
3PM. 1570 Shady Oak Dr., Off Kings Hwy.
Household, Kids Stuff.
NASCAR DIECAST, handtools, misc.
household, clothes, toys. Saturday only.
SELL OUTII 707 Robert St., Kissimmee.
ORANGE GARDENS. Lots of Garage
Sales. Look For Orange Balloons. Satur-
day, 3/12.
SAT.3/12, 1356 Patricia Street,
Emerald Lakes Subdivision. Clothes- tod-
dler boys, women's small to large. Lots
of miscellaneous!
SAT.3/12, SUN.3/13, 830 Alpine Ct.,
Poinciana. Tools, furniture, clothing,
toys, tablesaw, outdoor basketball pole
& backboard set (New, still in box!).
407-846-2775.
YARD SALE Misc. items, movies -.$2 &
under, CD's $1 & under, DVD's $3.
Sat.3/12, 8am-??? 117 Pickering Dr.
YARD SALE Saturday, 3/12. 8AM-1PM.
Misc. Baby Items. Baby Boy Clothes.
Women's Clothes. Other Misc. 308 S.
Clyde, Off Emmett Street.
YARD SALE. 3/Family, Saturday. 1639
Marks St., Campbell City (near Good Sa-
maritan Village). Collectibles & misc.
545-Garage Sales
St. Cloud

FRIDAY-3/11, Saturday-3/12, 8am-2pm.
St.Cloud Manor, Rambler Ave., Packard
Ave., Hixon Ave. Signs along Deer Run.
GARAGE SALE Fri.3/11, Sat.3/12. 8am-
2pm. 6120 Lake Lizzie Dr.
GARAGE SALE Fri.3/11, Sat.3/12. 8am-
4pm. 1508 Cypress Woods Circle, Canoe
Creek Subd. Fertilizer. spreader, lawn
aerator and much more.
GARAGE SALE Sat.3/12, 7am-2pm.
Rain or shine! 3130 Tindall Acres Rd. off
Boggy Creek near Narcoossee Rd. Con-
crete patio table, TV, collectible diecast,
lots of misc. Everything must go! CHEAPI
GARAGE SALE!! Saturday-3/12, 7am-
???. 2807 Latter Day Ct., Canoe Creek
Lakes. Furniture, household items, tools,
misc.
GARAGE SALE. March 11,12,13, 7am-
2pm. Toys, clothing (children & adult), fur-
niture, Nintendo games, lots of misc. 2356
Sweetwater Blvd. (Sweetwater Creek
Subd.)
HIDDEN OAKS Annual Community Sale.
On Rummel Road, off Narcoossee. Gates
open Saturday-3/19, 8am-12/noon only.
HUGE 9/FAMILY Yard Sale. Friday-3/11 &
Saturday-3/12, 9am-4pm. 9085 Jupiter
Drive, Holopaw. Something for everyone!


HUGE NEIGHBORHOOD SALE. Satur-
day, 3/12. Canoe Creek Woods Subdivi-
sion. Tony Circle Next To Michigan Ave-
nue.
LARGE MULTI Family sale. Sat.3/12.
8am-12noon. 4259 Climbing Aster Ct., Ca-
noe Creek Lakes.
MOVING SALE 704 Grape Ave. Sat.3/12.
Jesus Loves You!
MOVING SALE. Everything must go! Fri-
day-3/11 & Sturday-3/12. Furniture, dish-
es, tools, household, outgood misc., much
much more. 608 Indiana Ave. 7am-??.
MULTI FAMILY Yard Sale. 3/11 & 3/12,
8AM-5PM. 415 Ohio Ave. New Costume
Jewelry, Household Items,' Books, Large
Selection Clothes, Sizes 9,1'0, 12, 2X, 3X,
4X.
MULTI FAMILY. Saturday-3/12. 717 Ten-
nessee Ave. Collectibles, tools, furniture,
lamps, irrigation materials, vases, 1950's
car accessories.
MULTI-FAMILY garage sale- Sat.3/12,
8am-? 160 Raintree Ct., Narcooossee.
Furniture, home decor, baby items.
Lots of stuff!
NEIGHBORHOOD SALE Fri.3/11,
Sat.3/12. 8am-3pm. Bradley Dr. off 192
East. Something for everyone!
SALE. 3/11 and 3/12. 1375 Jan Lan
(Hickory Hollow) Antiques, collectibles,
misc.
YARD SALE. Friday-3/11 & Saturday-
3/12. Pool, wedding gown, Disney, etc.
1601 Kentucky Ave. Something for every-
body!
YARD SALE. Friday-3/11 & Saturday-
3/12. 19 Delaware Ave. Lots of stuff.
YARD SALE. Friday-3/11, Saturday-3/12
only. Lots to sell! 1400 Montana Ave,
St.Cloud.
YARD SALE. Friday. Saturday. 2909 6th
Street, off Columbia Avenue. "You Name
It". 7AM-5PM.
YARD SALE. Saturday, 8AM, Clothes,
Toys, Misc. 1321 Paperwoods Dr., Canoe
Creek Woods.
590-For Sale General 1

20/YEAR COLLECTION of music cas-
settes & VCR movies. First $100. 407-
957-7511.
BEAR COLLECTION, $30. Box Craft
Wreaths, $15. SC Memory Typewriter,
$30. Shell Collection, $25. 407-957-7528.
CLOTES DRYER $20. Lawn mower. $25.
407-892-9371.
COLOR COPIER for sale.
2002 Imagistics CD6100 color, black, &
white copier. Sorter, automatic document
feeder, extra supplies. $3,000 OBO. 407-
892-2599.
CORELLE DISHES Complete set. $15.
Ironing board, $12. Toaster, $4. All excel-
lent condition. 407-935-0361.
FORD 8N tractor with bush hog.
Rebuilt motor. New clutch. Good condi-
tion. $3,500 OBO. Possible \rade. 407-
908-5841.
HEAVY DUTY round trampoline w/pad-
ding. $100. 407-738-0198.
HOT TUB/SPA $1995. Brand new. Ther-
apy Jets, waterfall, cup holders. Energy ef-
ficient, 110volt. Free delivery. 407-870-
7549.
HOTTUB/SPA, 5/PERSON Lounger.
5HP, 20/Jets. Cabinet. Lights. Never
Used, Warranty. Retail $4300, ,Sacrifice
$1595. (407) 859-2562.
POOL TABLE Brand new, gorgeous 8'
wood table, 1" slate, leather pockets. Still
in cratel Never used Cost $5K, sell
$1350. 407-846-8822.;
VERTICAL BLINDS Doublewide wind-
ows, pink. 3 sets. $50. 407-343-1607.
WALT DISNEY World 20th. Anniversary
Mirror. 1991. Large, Fine Condition. $75.
(407) 870-0400.
600-Antiques/
Collectibles
COLLECTIBLES FOR Sale. Retired Dept.
56 DickensHouses, 1984/1990. Holiday
Barbies 1990-1997.' 407-891-9330.

I 610-Appliances I
2 ELECTRIC Stoves. $65/Each. Will De-
liver. 407-744-8309.
DRYER, $100. Must see. Like new. 407-
957-5390.
MARVIN'S APPLIANCES
For Sale: Quality used washers, dryers,
stoves, refrigerators, completely recondi-
tioned. $100 & Up. Guaranteed!
Delivery Available. Parts,
In Home Repair available.
407-846-4448.
MCNisa accepted.
REFRIGERATOR, $200. Must see. Like
new. 407-957-5390.
WANTED TO BUYI Refrigerators,
Washers, Dryers, Stoves. Top Dollar
Paid! 407-846-4448
WASHER, $125. Must see. Like new. 407-
957-5390.












FRED'S AUCTION

Osceola County's Oldest &
Largest Auction Company

407-892-2838
CALL TODAY
AB892 AU2108 |
Owner Fred Irving Jr.
10% Buyers Premium


620-Air Cond./
Heat Pumps

2/AC'S. $50/EA. Obo. 1-800-574-7088.

I 625-Furnishings I
ANTIQUE BED Frame including dresser
with mirror & 1 drawer nightstand, $450.
407-957-5416.
BED $135. All brand new orthopedic,
2/piece, queen pillowtop set. 5/yr. warran-
ty. Can deliver. Also, full set $100. Twin
set $90. 407-846-8822.
BED $195. All New King! 3/piece ortho-
pedic pillowtop set. 5/yr. warranty. Can de-
liver. 407-846-2365.
BED FRAME- solid maple, 60 years old.
Fine condition. $65. 407-891-2166.
BEDROOM SET $495. 6/piece set.
Brand New! Never used. Includes head-
board, nightstand, dresser, chest.... 407-
870-7549.
BUNKBED/TWIN BED set, armoire,
2/dressers, 2/shelving units. $200. 407-
738-0198.
CASH NOW!!!
For Good Used Furniture & Antiques
407-230-4590
HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE
Brand new living room, dining room and
bedroom, 65" TV. Cheap!!
407-709-3474
HOUSE FULL!!! Like New!!! Den, Living,
Bedroom, 12/Piece White Wicker Patio.
Hospital Bed, Lift Chair. (407) 847-8641.
JUEGO DE comedor mesa, cuatro sillas
+stand para loza. Buena condition. $200.
407-251-7640. Hunter's Creek. .
SLEEPER SOFA, Loveseat, (Light Tropi-
cal Print). Oversized Coffee Table, 2/End
Tables, 24" RCA Color TV. 3/Globe Brass
Floor Lamp, Table Lamp. $500 For All!!!
(863)427-0893.
SOLID WOOD twin 4/poster bed, no mat-
tresses, $70. Twin spread, $30. 407-870-
2488 between 3:30-7:30.
VANITY W/BENCH, $70. Twin comforter,
$25. Lamp, $15. All like new. 870-2488
between 3:30-7:30;
WHITE TABLE, 4/Chairs, $100. Portable
Playpen & Bassinet, $30/Each. 2/Toddler
Beds, 1/White, 1/Blue, $20/Each. 407-
390-1681.
WHOLE HOUSE FULL!!! Family Room
Set, $250. Home Office Furniture, Formal
LR Set. Much More Available!!! Just Call!!!
(407)-908-4175.
I 635-Lawn & Garden I

SOD FOR Sale. Delivered anywhere in
Osceola County. Call for information, 407-
846-0912.
665-Musical
Instruments

TECHNIC ORGAN with bench, $600.
Music, $30. Call 407-858-9691.
685-Commercial
Equipment
1979 CHEVY DUMPTRUCK C-70. 7 yd.
New brakes, radiator, ready for work,
$4000 obo. 407-957-7017.


6' BOXBLADE, 3pt hitch, New, $450. 6'
Back Blade, $250. 7' Back Blade, $350.
Both new. 407-892-9352.
ALMOST NEW Heat transfer machine.
16"x16". Comes with transferable gems
and embroidered appliques. 407-892-
9288.
700-Help Wanted General

V V V V V V

BARTON
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Toll Collectors, Custodians
And Entry Level Supervisors
needed for
Kissimmee area.
Full & Part Time Available.

.Free Life Insurance.
Paid Vacation.
Paid Training.
Background/Drug Test Required.

407-578-7106

ARC TOWING
Tow Truck Driver Needed Immediately.
No Experience Necessary.
I Must Have CDL.
7421 W. 192, Kissimmee .
(407) 396-7076
BECOME A
CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER!
Certification Workshop Only $299.
When: Sunday April 3rd, 2005 9am-1pm
Where:
Orlando Fitness and Racquet Club
Call (407)383-6965 for more information.
Register online at www.ptclass.com
CAMPING WORLD
Join the nation's leading retailer of RV
camping supplies, accessories and servic-
es! Since we opened in 1966, we have
grown to 40+ locations nationwide. We are
currently accepting applications for the fol-
lowing positions in our Kissimmee, Florida
location.
* CASHIERS FT & PT
* STOCKERS FT & PT
* JANITOR PT
* INSTALLERS FT
* TIRE INSTALLERS FT OR PT
* OIL CHANGE TECHNICIANS -
FT OR PT -
Please apply in person at:
CAMPING WORLD
5175 W. Hwy. 192
Kissimmee, FL
Or fax your resUme/application to:
877-878-4429
EOE
We promote a drug free
work environment.

CHILDCARE PERSONNEL To Work Full
Time & Part Time. .Good Hours. Good
Benefits. Apply In Person: Shady Oaks
Private School, 2355 N. Orange Blossom
Trail, Kissimmee. EOE.
CLEANERS WANTED. Monday-Friday.
Residential homes only. Car required. To
$9/hour. No evenings. Call 321-697-0063.
E.O.E.
CLEANING PERSON For vacation rental
company. Weekends required. Depend-
able with experience and transportation.
Gopd wages and benefits. 407-390-8200.


CHILDCARE WORKERS Needed. 40/hr.
training. 1/yr. experience required. 407-
892-5437.
COME JOIN THE TEAM!
Hiring School Bus Drivers
Osceola County School District
(407) 518-4540
COMMERCIAL LIGHTNING technician.
On job training. Valid Florida driver's
.license. Competitive pay. Excellent benefit
package. Call 800-228-5241 ext. 128
or fax 866-567-1947.
DAYTIME P/T Housekeeping and Main-
tenance/Painter. Must be flexible and have
reliable vehicle. 407-396-7182.
DEPENDABLE LICENSED CDL drivers
to move and deliver furniture. No criminal
background and must have transportation.
Apply in person Monday through Friday,
9am-5pm at 1200 Georgia Ave., St.Cloud,
FL, 34769.
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED!
Covenant needs tractor trailer drivers
NOW! No experience necessary! $700+
per week earning potential. No CDL? No
problem! CDL training available! Call Now!
Toll free 1-877-214-3624. '
DRIVERS- Start Immediately.. $600-$900
(Or More)/Wk, Benefits, No Heavy Lifting,
6/Day Week, Home Every Night, A CDL.
(866) 666-8524.
EXPERIENCED DELIVERY Person for
busy pharmacy downtown Kissimmee.
Delivery times 'afternoons and evenings.
Company vehicle provided. 407-847-
2424.
FOOD & BEVERAGE- Friday, Saturday, &
Sunday a must! Experience a plus! 407-
846-2811.
FULL TIME Receptionist needed Monday
through Friday. 8:30am-5pm. Benefits.
Fax resume 407-846-3162.
HELP WANTED. Driver. 6-8 hours weekly.
$60 week. Academy of Martial Arts, 3229
S. John Young Parkway, Kissimmee, FL
34746. Phone #407-846-8686.
HELP WANTED. Full or Part Time. Experi-
enced Stable Help. Must Work Weekends.
Call 407-957-0207.
IMMEDIATE PART TIME OPENINGS
Starting at $8-$10.00 per hour
Paid Training
No Experience Necessary
Weekend Availability a Must!
Reliable Transportation Needed
To learn more call'now!
407-351-1492
RGIS Inventory Specialists
An Equal Opportunity Employer
INCOME OPPORTUNITY
The Osceola Shopper and Osceola News-
Gazette is taking applications for future
openings as they come available to deliv-
er our publications. Must be available
Tuesday afternoon and evening for Shop-
per delivery and from 9pm Wednesday
until delivery is done Thursday morning.
Also from 9pm Friday until delivery is done
Saturday morning. Must have dependable
transportation and be self motivated and
PERSONALLY RELIABLE. Apply only if
you meet these qualifications. Retirees
welcome to apply. Apply atour offices at
108 Church Street in Kissimmee or 1109
10th Street in St.Cloud.
LAWN MAINTENANCE Help wanted. At
least 1/yr. experience a must! Valid driv-
er's license a must 321-624-7003.


GOOD SAMARITAN VILLAGE

AT KISSIMMEE
Health Care Center: Village Environmental Services:
+ NURSING POSITIONS + GROUNDS 7:00 AM 3:30 PM
RN/LPN Full time Full Time. Commercial Experience
3:00 PM 11:00 PM. REQUIRED!
11:0 PM 7:00 ANI +* VILLAGE PATROL: Full Time
Weekends Only 11:00 PM 7:00 ARequired Clean Drivers License. A
On Call All Shifts security license class D or above,
CNA Weekends Only Military or Civil Law Enforcement
DIETARY Part Time prefer 3 or more years experience
4:30 PM 8:30 PM Village Transportation
PRN All Shifts + BUS DRIVER Part Time FLEXIBLE
Long-term care experiences a plus. HOURS REQUIRED! CDL with
Must have State of Florida credentials, passenger endorsement, clean driver's
license record and extensive
Home Health knowledge of Central Florida
+ CNA On call REQUIRED! Must be 21 or older.
C-\STS Z0 Apply in Person. Wed., Thurs & Fri. 8:30am-4:00pm for all positions.

S1550 Aldersgate Drive, Kissimmee, Florida 34746
SPhone 407-933-2128, Fax: 407-518-7842 .
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Saturday, March 12, 2005, NEWS-GAZETTE, Page Cll


JOY FOODS
CASHIER POSITION
Full Time, Part Time, Weekends, Night
Shift. Benefits. Apply In Person Between
8AM-2PM. Monday-Friday, 1822 N. Main
Street, Kissimmee. No Phone Calls
Please.
LAWNCARE MAINTENANCE person
needed. Must have experience & clean
driver's record. 407-957-5396, 407-908-
9729.
LOOKING for personal trainers. Must be
certified. Flexible shifts, weekends,
evenings. Contact Matt at 407-518-2575.
LOOKING FOR SEAMSTRESS
Working With Commercial Machines In
The Field Of Drapery Workroom.
Call For Appointment. (407) 846-3474.
MAINTENANCE MAN-
Part Time. Must Have Own Tools &
Truck. Great For Retirees.
Please call Diane at
407-944-1098 or
fax 407-348-5573
Email: familymedi@aol.com
MANAGEMENT TRAINEES & ACTORS
Needed FT/PT For Year Round Haunted
Attraction In Old Town. (407) 847-7552.
NEEDED EXPERIENCED Operators and
CDL drivers. 407-892-8827/DFW policy.
NOW HIRING: Companies Desperately
Need Employees To Assemble Products
At Home. No Selling, Any Hours. $500
Weekly Potential Info. 1-985-646-1700,
Dept. FL.-343.
PACKERS' needed immediately! Call
CORESTAFF 407-240-7176.
PART TIME Nursery worker. East
St.Cloud. Experience preferred potting,
weeding, etc. Accepting applications
10am-noon. 407-892-7755.
PARTY MARKET now hiring F/T.
Cash handling experience. Weekends.
9421 South Orange Blossom Tr.
407-438-2904
PAYROLL COORDINATOR
Experienced Payroll Coordinator needed
for 400+ employees. Timberline.
experience a PLUS and supervisory
experience required.
Please send resume to:
Hr@terryselectric.com
or apply in person at:
600 N.Thacker Ave.
Kissimmee
PLANT NURSERY WORKERS & Order
Pullers needed for wholesale annual &
bedding plant nursery. Full time, some
weekends required. Will train. 3200 Tindall
Acres Rd., off Boggy Creek Road, 1.7
miles from Narcoossee Rd. 407-957-
9915.
RELIABLE PART time Newspaper Deliv-
ery help for commercial route, weekends a
must. Please leave message, 407-493-
2763.
RETAIL MAGIC Shop needs FT/PT dem-
onstrator. Paid training. Must be motivated
and energetic. 407-847-7552.
RETAIL SERVICE CLERK. PT. Cash han-
dling, department maintenance and cus-
tomer service. EOE. Call VF Outlet at
(407)239-6500 for details.
SALADMASTER FUN JOB
Full Time, Part Time
and Management Available.
CALL Eric 352-636-8875
TRUCK DRIVER' / Mechanic Helper. Call
(407)892-2800 between 8AM-5PM, Mon-
day-Friday. '
WANTED Wrecker Driver.
Clean driving record. Class "D" license.
Call John. 407-892-8081
DFWP
WISE LANDSCAPING
Is hiring skilled landscape professionals
for various positions. Minimum of 2 years
experience in a professional landscape
position. 'Professional landscape refer-
ences required. Application available at:
www.wiselandscaping.com
or call for appointment -
407-518-9473.
715-Hotel/Motel |
FRONT DESK Clerk for Kissimmee resort.
Trainable, dependable, friendly person.
Some computer skills and experience a
plus but not required. Part time. Call Mon-
day through Friday. 9am-4pm. 407-397-
2700, ext.4002.
FRONT DESK Part time for timeshare re-
sort. Weekends a must! 30 hours per
week. $8/hr. Apply in person at:
Club Sevilla
4646 W. 192
NOW HIRING
For The Following Positions:
Front Desk Accountant
Front Desk Staff
Maintenance
Housekeepers
Bartenders
Bar Manager
Night Auditor
Apply in person between 10am-2pm
Monday through Wednesday
201 Simpson Rd.
Kissimmee, FL
WE HAVE A JOB FOR YOU!
Front Desk/Night Auditor
Do you have great customer service skills
and have experience working for a large
hotel at the front desk? Would you like to
earn $9.50, to $10.00 per hour and two
weeks paid vacation after your first year?
Then come apply at:
DAYS SUITES AT OLD TOWN
5820 W.Irlo Bronson Hwy.
Kissimmee, FL 34746
Or fax resume 407-396-5412
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Management Opportunities

This position in our Black Lake/Kissimmee market will assist with employee training, ensure excellent
customer service, meet sales goals, manage costs, and execute policies and procedures. Requires a
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We offer fantastic compensation/benefits and a popular career path. Please
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Kissimmee, FL 34747, fax resume to ATTN: Juan Marin at: (407) 629-0641;
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EEO Employer


720-Restaurant/Lounge I
CAPONE'S DINNER & SHOW
Now Hiring Box Office & Servers!
Apply In Person
4740 West Highway 192
COUNTER HELP, Preparation Cook.
Good Pay. Schiano's Pizza, Osceola
Square Mall, (407)933-5383, St.Cloud,
(407)957-1919.
DELI SHOP Opening Soon. St.Cloud.
PT/FT Positions Available. Call Michele,
(321) 624-2961.
SERVERS & BARTENDERS WANTED
FT/PT Positions Available. Weekends A
Must. Cadillac Diner, Old Town.
(407) 908-1461.
SHORT ORDER Cook. Willing to train.
Full time. St.Cloud Area. 321-624-1974.

1 725-Clerical I
COMPANY SEEKS Full Time Clerical Per-
son, 11:30am-8:30pm. Experience in
Word & Excel. Call 407-396-9020 to set
appointment.
ENTRY LEVEL Position. Basic office
work, professional attitude a must. $16K.
Monday through Friday. 9am-5pm. Fax re-
sume 321-677-0501.
FRONT DESK/RECEPTIONIST For small
construction office in Kissimmee. Answer
phones, light typing and filing. Customer
service skills a plus. Full time. Fax resume
407-932-0114.
FULL TIME
Receptionist/Clerk
Fax or E-mail Resume: 407-957-8744
office@infrastructureengineers.com
General office duties, report preparation,
proofreading. The ideal individual would
be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel,
have excellent grammar skills, and be
able to run office errands. Candidate will
have a good work ethic with a profession-
al appearance and a friendly attitude.
WE ARE A NON-SMOKING OFFICE.
EEOC.
HELP WANTED, Physician's Office, Front
Desk. Experienced In Insurance Preferred
But Will Train. Daytime PT Position, 8AM-
12PM. (321)-228-5335, For Appointment.
RECEPTIONIST FOR Busy law firm.
Computer skills a must! Mail resume to:
Overstreet, Miles, Ritch & Cumbie
.100 Church St.
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Or fax to: 407-847-3353
Or email to: dnewman@omrclaw.com
RECEPTIONIST NEEDED
Need receptionist plus filing clerk for a
Doctor's office at W.Oak St., Kissimmee.
Experience not necessary, but preferred..
Bilingual preferred. Minimum starting
$7/hr. or higher with experience. Please
fax your resume at 407-847-4412 or call
us at 407-870-2155.
I 735-Educational |

NOW ACCEPTING Applications for Full
Time and Part Time Classroom Assistants.
Experience preferred. Apply in person to
Gingerbread House, 99 Bridle Ct., Kissim-
mee, next to BVL Library.

I 740-Security |
SECURITY OFFICERS Needed. Experi-
enced Preferred But Not Necessary. Will
Train. Licensed D Officers. Call For Inter-
view. (407) 932-3330.
I 750-Telemarketing |

APPOINTMENT SETTERS. Top pay.
Hourly or commission. 467-931-3603.
I 755-Sales I
SALES PROFESSIONAL (Low Voltage)-
Premier Electric, Florida's Largest Resi-
dential Electrical Contractor is seeking a
sales person for its Home Entertainment,
Security, & Structured Wiring Division. Ex-
cellent pay and benefits including 401K,
Group Health/Dental/Life, etc. DFWP. Fax
resume to 239-444-2587.
760-Beautician
Cosmetology
GREAT CLIPS
Is hiring stylists.Our average stylist earns
$10 $15 per hour. We offer medical, den-
tal, life insurance, paid vacation, 401K and
advancement opportunities.
Call Debbie at (407)-342-9684
ST.CLOUD FANTASTIC Sams Salon. Hir-
ing full time licensed stylists.
407-760-2634.
STYLISTS AND Nail Techs needed. Kis-
simmee and St.Cloud locations. Commis-
sion. Sign-on bonus with clientele. 407-
791-8712.
CANCEL OR change classified ads by
calling the Osceola Shopper at 846-7600
before 'noon on Friday.


770-Maintenance I
FULL TIME Maintenance needed for
small resort. Experience required. Fax re-
sume 407-348-5083 or call 407-348-5246.
JANITORIAL/MAINTENANCE
FULL TIME
General cleaning of office/common areas.
Must be reliable.
Qualified applicants only.
Background check.
407-483-4000
MAINTENANCE PERSON For villa man-
agement company. Painting, carpentry
and general repair skills required. Good
pay and benefits. Flexible schedule. 407-
390-8200.
MAINTENANCE PERSON Friday, Satur-
day, Sunday a must! Experience pre-
ferred. Osceola Flea Market. 407-846-
2811.
MAINTENANCE TECH Needed for large
Kissimmee apartment communtiy. Experi-
ence helpful. Salary and benefits. Call
407-846-2383.
775-Crafts, Trades
& Skills

CARPENTERS HELPERS WANTED
Looking for responsible, motivated people
that want to get the job done. Transporta-
tion a must. (407) 908-9663.
ELECTRICIAN, SERVICE
needed by established Kissimmee
firm. Residential remodeling and serv-
ice experience required. Permanent
position includes top pay, 401 K,
bonus plan, paid holidays and gener-
ous vacation benefits, truck and over-
time potential.

PALMER ELECTRIC COMPANY
2642 Michigan Avenue, Suite A
Kissimmee
Call Larry or Don at 407-846-8873
EEO/AA/H/V/DFWP


ELECTRICIANS NEEDED
by established locally owned
Kissimmee Firm. Experienced resi-
dential journeymen and experienced
helpers needed IMMEDIATELY. WE
NOW, HAVE BOTH HOURLY AND
FLEX RATE PAY-PLANS. Both plans
pay top rates plus overtime. We have
an apprenticeship program for
helpers, 401 K, bonus plan, paid holi-
days and generous vacation benefits.
Some positions include a company
provided truck.
PALMER ELECTRIC COMPANY
2642 Michigan Avenue Suite A
Kissimmee
Call Don at 407-846-8873
EEO/AA/H/V/DFWP

EXPERIENCED DRIVERS Needed
W/Forklift Experience For Hauling Sod.
Must Be Able To Run AM/PM Hours. NO
BANKERS HOURS! Class A CDL License
Required. Call (407) 892-6934.
EXPERIENCED LOADER Operators and
laborers needed. Great pay. Benefits
available. Gary's Grading. 407-892-3690.
EXPERIENCED RESIDENTIAL Bobcat
Operator & Laborers Needed. Good Pay,
Benefits. (321) 624-3870.
GLAZIERS WANTED. Residential experi-
ence in lay-out & install. Gary's Quality
Mirrors. 407-857-9684.
HELP WANTED- Laborers, heavy equip-
ment operators, welders, & truck drivers
with CDL. Call 407-892-2800 8an-Spm.-
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS Structured wire
and cabling. Experienced installers and
assistants. Pay based on experience. Call
for more information.
Mitech Systems, Inc.
407-857-4007
LICENSED SURVEYOR AND CREW
CHIEF- 2 positions. Const. layout (resid &
comm), Total Station & GPS exp. Full ben-
efits. Kissimmee area.
Call 407-932-4323 or
Fax resume 407-932-3555,
email president@benchmark-design.com
LOOKING FOR An experienced drywaller.
Paid daily. 800-374-0331.
LOW VOLTAGE Technician- Premier
Electric, Florida's Largest Residential
Electrical Contractor is now hiring Low
Voltage Technicians. Excellent pay and
benefits including 401K, Group
Health/Dental/Life, etc. DFWP. Call 407-
832-1621 or fax resume to 407-420-1991.
MACK CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Now Hiring Pipe Crew &
Epuipment Operators. .407-892-4043.


MIG WELDERS &
AG EQUIPMENT PAINTER
Experienced. Full Benefits.
SIGN ON BONUS
Lawson Manufacturing
700 Dyer Blvd., Kissimmee
(407) 944-1500
NOW HIRING Forklift, Loader & Knuckle
Boom Operators. Good Pay. 6 Days A
Week. (407) 891-8400.
NOW HIRING!!!
Plumbers & Experienced Helpers.
Good Pay & Benefits!
Donhie Daniels Plumbing Inc.
(407) 847-0339 or (407) 933-1448
OWNER OPERATORS
For Florida only.
Min. 2 years exp.
813-885-6061, ext.1.
OWNER OPERATORS
and
COMPANY DRIVERS
OTR and SE Runs Available
Must Have One Yr. Exp.
Class A CDL, Clean MVR
New Pay Package
Home Often
Call Safety for Details
W.W. Trucking, Co.
813-659-0203
800-226-8075


PAINTERS WANTED
Good pay, lots of local work.
Call Ed at 352-267-6430.


PALM HARBOR HOMES
Is now accepting applications for
experienced warranty service techs.
Pay 45K+ with great benefits.
Call Tommy
@ 1-800-760-6141, ext. 207.
PLUMBERS &
PLUMBERS HELPERS NEEDED
Excellent Pay For Experience
Overtime Available. Benefits After 1Yr.
Work In Osceola County Only.
407-957-0010
PLUMBERS & Plumber helpers. Experi-
ence a must! Needs to have own tools and
valid driver's license. Poinciana. 321-624-
7633.
785-AC/Heating
Mechanics

SERVICE TECH/INSTALLER. Heating
and Air Conditioning. Full time employ-
ment, great pay. 407-380-5560.

I 790-Automotive |
MECHANIC/EQUIPMENT MANAGER
For construction fleet. Flexible hours with
benefits. 407-847-5822 or fax 407-847-
5825.
TIRE SERVICE man needed. Five days a
week. 407-847-3080.
I 795-Professional I

LOAN ORIGINATORS WANTED
Chapman Mortgage
Growing office in Kissimmee needs hard
working, fun people, with a proven track
record to originate mortgage loans:
Great Commission Structure!
Florida Mortgage Broker
License Required!
Phone: 407-343-5422
Joe or Mary
"I 810-Medical I

CHIROPRACTOR NEEDED. Motivated,
Licensed. Office with potential: Salary +
bonus. Fax resume to 727-467-9686.
CMA, RECEPTIONIST, Operator. Busy
pediatric office. So.Orlando/Kissimmee.
Flex/must multi-task. English/Spanish:
Fax 407-447-6100. '-
raquelstrny2@aol.com
Come Join Our Team Of
Health Care Professionals

LICENSED NURSES
Needed full-time & part-time positions'
All shifts available
Competitive salary & benefits available
Please contact:
Southern Oaks Healthcare Center
C/O Director of Nursing
2355, Kissimmee Park Road
St.Cloud, FL 34769
407-957-2280
Fax 407-957-5319
HELP WANTED Physician's office. Front
desk experienced in insurance and billing.
F/T position. 407-846-1044.


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FRONT DESK/BILLING ClerK for cnhiro-
practic office. Needs to be familiar with in-
surance, billing & collection procedures.
Call 407-518-9339 or fax resume to: 407-
518-0421.
HELP WANTED, Physician's Office, Front
Desk. Experienced In Insurance & Billing.
Daytime PT Position, 8AM-12PM. (321)-
228-5335, For Appointment.
HOMESTEAD RETIREMENT home is
looking for a night aide, Tue.-Sat., from
11pm-7am. 407-892-3837. Ask for Mike
Ortiz.
IMMEDIATE F/T busy medical practice.
Front desk reception 10:30-7.
Telephone reception 7-3:30.
Salary/Benefits.
Fax resume to 407-483-0548.
LPN
All shifts available for LPN's needed for a
homecare case located in Poinciana. Min-
imum 1 year experience. Great pay with a
reputable homecare company.
Call TEHC Health Care Today!
407-628-1114
WANTED RECEPTIONIST In Doctors of-
fice. Must have knowledge of insurance.
407-846-6331.


Medical




Gentiva
READY FOR THE BEST?
Gentiva Home Health Services is growing
and currently interviewing for the following
positions:
RN/LPN/PT/HHA- Osceola area
Full-time/per diem with benefits.
Give. us quality hours on a regular weekly
basis and we'll find a schedule that suits
your needs!
Make a difference in your life and some-
one else's by making a change to home
care!
Call Jill at 1-866-GENTIVA
or email
Jil.Lindsey@gentlva.com
Come home to Gentiva
America's home healthcare leader
EOE


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Osceola County

3 Courthouse Square

Suite 100

Kissimmee, FL 34741


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JOB TITLE

Civil Engineer III. .
Civilian Technician .
Contract Specialist.
Corrections Director

Corrections Officer .
Deputy Dir. of Plannir
Heavy Equipment ME
Heavy Equipment Op
Household Chem Co
Light Equipment Ope
Lube Technician ...
Maintenance Worker
Quality Review Offic(
Residential Inspector
Residential Plans Ex
Senior Mechanic.. .
Senior Planner ..
Sr. Fire Plans Reviev
Sr. Planner (School F
Supervisor of Inspect
Telecommunicator. .
Tradesworker ..
Training LT Fire ...


SALARY/HOURLY

. . . $46,962
.... . $22,605
. ....... $30,276
....$72,849 $109,264
. ....... $32,427
ng ............ $54,362
mechanic ........ $26,160
)erator ....... $22,605
election Tech .... $22,605
)rator ....... $19,533
S. . .. $19,533

.... ... ... $19,533
er . . $35,050
S. . . $35,050
aminer ...... $35,050
. . . $26,160
. . . $46,962
ver ......... $40,578
Fac) ......... $46,962
tors ........... $40,578
. . . $26,160
. . . $26,160
. ....... $42,798


*= Part-Time Position
Physical and drug test required. NCIC/FCIC background checks will be conducted.
Veterans preference ADA-EOE


Apply at www.osceola.org or
OSCEOLA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES
3 Courthouse Square, Suite 100
KISSIMMEE, FL 34741


OFFICE: (407) 343-2800
L HEARING IMPAIRED LINE: (407) 343-2820
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MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Bilingual pre-
ferred. Please call 407-933-2255.
PLANTATION BAY currently has an open-
ing for a Part Time Dietary Aide. Experi-
enced only need apply.
Apply in person:
401 Kissimmee Park Rd.
St.Cloud
RN CLINICAL COORDINATOR Needed
for busy sub-acute unit in skilled nursing
facility. Long term care experience a must.
Call 407-935-0200 for appointment.
*RECEPTIONIST-
Walk in Medical Center.
Knowledge of co-pays,
pre-certs a must.
Medic a plus. 12/hour shifts. Medical
Office Experience only need apply.
Please call Diane at 407-944-1098
or fax 407-348-5573.
Email: familymedi@aol.com
S 815-Construction
CONSTRUCTION HOME Wrap laborers.
No experience necessary. Valid DL and
own transportation. 407-891-6372 or 321-
624-3261.
SOIL TECHNICIAN Soil/Construction,
Materials Testing, Entry Level Experience,
Excellent Benefits. Company Vehicle. Fax
407-898-1837. Mail. Apply: GEC, 1230
E. Hillcrest Street, Orlando, FL 32803.
I 825-Warehouse
WAREHOUSE MANAGER. Shipping, re-
ceiving, chemical blending,-maintenance.
$8/hr+. 407-957-2225.
WAREHOUSE WORKER
VISTAR CORPORATION
is looking for Experienced
Warehouse Workers only for the
2nd. Shift operation
of Food Distribution.
Starting pay of $11.00 plus.
Excellent benefit package.
Apply in person at: 1700 Ave. B
Poinciana Industrial Park, M-F,
9am-4pm or online at
VistarVSA.com
EEO Supporting a Drug Free
Workplace
M/F/D/V



. 830-Babysitter Wanted
BABYSITTER NEEDED For 14/mo. old.
Your.home. Must have references, child
proof home. Part time afternoons, 16-
20/hrs. per week. 407-892-9288.
1004-Wanted To
Rent/Buy

WE BUY HOUSES
& APARTMENTS
ANY PRICE, ANY CONDITION
407-810-5399

We Buy Houses Fast!
cashhomesolutions.com
Cash for houses!
Any condition. Any Range.
407-908-3701
WE BUY HOUSES!! CASH!!
Any Area, Any Condition!
407-709-8116, 407-891-0234
407-384-0934
1010-Rooms I
ROOM TO Rent. All utilities inclusive.
Large garden and parking area. St.Cloud.
407-922-2105:
ROOMS FOR RENT. From 53'30 Fer
Monin +n LIl/hhl" *11 lu,3 "r-a
(40lu 791-0166
1015-Roommates I
ASIAN MALE. 29, Slim, 5'4 See1-'
American female for relations-,p rnsr.
riage minded. jauconxx@yahoo.,.:.m

FREE ROOM and Board for single imrr.ale
in exchange for housekeeping &S iaunr.,
Pool, hot tub, private room & oair.
Executive couple. 'Pleasant Hill RoA are
Call 407-908-9192.
KISSIMMEE, SHARE home. Prvaii
room. Washer, dryer, dishwashe- lui, iur.
nished. $375 month '+ uli.i..e ,ij'-:.-1
5822
| 1020-Apartments I
BVL AREA- 2BR/2.5BA Apartrr.nri ,e.w
Carpet. Newly Refurbished Applanr.e-:
$700/Mo., $850/Dep. 407-851-0016
LOOKING FOR A BRAND
NEW LOOK IN 2005?
: Pleasecome and live at -
Heatherwood Apartments
Located at 1105A North Hoagland Blvd.
Kissimmee, FL 34741
Or Call 407-932-1613
ROOMS & Apartments for rent. 407-892-
0033.
1025-Efficiencies I

FOR RENT
New Park Models & RV's In Quiit' Resort
Park. 7 Miles From Disney. $125-$175/wk.
Monthly Rates Also Available.
(407) 397-9110
S 1040-Townhouses I
BVL NICE 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath
Townhome. Tile Floors. New Carpet.
No Pets. $650/Mo.
Jim Carter.' (407) 908-0541.

1045-Homes |
3BR/2BA, 1840 Sq.Ft., 'Family Room,
Gated Community. Brand New. $1400
Month, $1400 Deposit. (407)-791-6579.
4/3, 3000/SQ.FT. 1-1/2 acre. Close to
schools & lake. $1550/month. 863-273-
0132.
4BR/2.5BA, OVER 2500/sq.ft. ,2/story,
built 2003. Fireplace, wood floors, new ap-
pliances. Amberly Park off Boggy Creek
Rd. $1550/mo.
Regency Group
407-931-2400 or 407-791-4058
FOR RENT
Neptune Pointe, Kissimmee
3/2/2, pool, gated,
$1,750/mo. including pool/yard
.SunLakes Realty
407-908-4549


HOUSE FOR Rent. 3BR/2BA, deck, be-
hind Thacker Elementary. 711 Forrest St.
$950/mo. Accept Section 8. 407-933-
5018.'
KISSIMMEE New 2 Story. 3 Br/2.5 Ba.
Washer. Dryer. Garage. C/H/A.
Gated. $1,200/Mo. No Pets.
Call (407) 729-1392. (718) 987-1836.
MONTEGO BAY, 3BR/2BA, Pool, Spa.
$1350 Month, Including Pool Service.
Sunray Realty. (407)870-9190,
NARCOOSSEE 3BR/2BA, $800mo.
First, Last, Deposit. Non-Smoker.
Criminal/Credit Check. (407)-873-3958.
OSCEOLA PARKWAY / John Young Area.
Huge, Beautiful, Brand New 4BR/2BA,
1/Story Home. Many Extras.
$1950/Month. (407) 361-4976.


REMINGTON, 2/STORY, 4BR/2-1/2BA,
3/Car Garage, Community Pool.
$1350/Month. 407-846-0488,
407-729-5868.
RENTAL HOMES / CONDOS
2-5 Bedrooms, From $650
World Of Homes
(407) 932-4777
RENTALS
The Oaks
4/2 $1,500-Pleasant Hill Road
4/2 $1,600- Pleasant Hill Road
Trevi Court
4/2 $1450 w/pool, 1/2 acre lot (fenced),
home office w/private entrance
Pleasant Hill Road
Catalina
3/2.5 w/loft $1175 Poinciana
Abbotsbury
4/2 w/loft $1300 Poinciana
Parkway
1/1 $750 near Celebration, Kissimmee
Monroe Circle
3/2.5 $1250 Davenport
3/2.5 $1250 Davenport
Bedford
4/2 $975 Poinciana
The Home Exchange Realty
407-932-4311
I 1050-Condos I
ST.CLOUD- Palm Gardens, 2BR/1BA,
$625/mo. plus deposit. 407-719-1489 or
407-319-0226.
I 1055-Duplexes I
KISSIMMEE DUPLEX. 2BR/1BA. New
paint W/D hook-up, CHA. Near schools.&
YMCA. No pets. $575/Month plus deposit,
(407)892-5043.
KISSIMMEE. Just renovated 2BR/1BA
duplex. $610 on time rent, $600 Security
Deposit. $35 application fee.
321-206-8931
www.regattaproperty.com


ST.CLOUD- New duplexes available.
$980/mo., 3/2 w/screen porch. No pets.
One family per unit. $25 credit fee. 815,
817, 819, & 821 Eastern Ave. Daytime
call: 407-846-2787. After hours: 407-908-
6042 or 407-908-0320.
I 1060-Mobile Homes
MOBILE HOME-. 2BR/2BA, C/H/A.
$650/month, $650 security. 321-624-
7895, 407-847-4706.
MOBILE HOMES For Rent In Downtown
Kissimmee. No Pets. (407) 933-2350,
(407) 933-8394.


I 1085-Office Space
OFFICE SPACE for rent. Downtown Kis
simmee. 1600 Sq.Ft. Call Cindy (407-908
6380.


OFFICE SPACE starting at $130/mo.
600 North Thacker Avenue, Kissimmee
407-933-4200
OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE
FREE RENT
Best location in Osceola County.
Mini & Executive Suites.
100 to over 5000/sq.ft.
Going Fast.......
Call Now or come see the new
La Mirada Plaza
407-847-7330
SPACE FOR LEASE
Office/Retail/Professional/Warehouse.
Kissimmee/St. Cloud./4-Corners Area.
Call For Details And Availability.
Latitude 28 Real Estate Brokerage.
(321) 624-7895.
CANCEL OR change classified ads by
calling the Osceola Shopper at 846-7600
before noon on Friday.


I 1095-Warehouses I


WAREHOUSE 1250/sq.ft., industrial,
near OBT and Osceola Pkwy. $700/mo.
1/yr. lease required. 407-847-5822.

I 1135-Homes I
2/1 W/FAMILY room. Fenced yard, large
shed. Close to schools and downtown.
Great investment or first home.
$125,000. 603-677-2138.
3BR/2BA COUNTRY Home on 1/2 acre.
2378 total. Quailwood Subd. off Canoe
Creek, St.Cloud. Screened in backporch,
well/septic with water system, wood floors.
$215K. 407-957-1762.
3BR/2BA HOUSE 5/ac., high and dry.
Southwest Osceola Co. 10/min. from
Champions Gate, 14 and Disney.
$385,000. 407-847-5012.

We Buy Houses
Quick Cash Or Take Over
Payments
cashhomesolutions.com

Any condition. Any Range.
407-908-3701

FOR SALE
4/2/2/ Brand New
Harmony
2009 under A/C, $289,900
SunLakes Realty
407-908-4549
FOR SALE. 3BR/3BA Home on 5.66 acr-
es. Kissimmee Park w/view of Lake Toho.
407-891-9128.
HOUSE FOR Sale. 3BR/2BA, over
1800/sq.ft., new shingles, corner lot.
$164,000. 407-847-6346 or 313-231-
3394.
LEASE TO OWN. Poinciana, 3BR/2BA,
2/Car Garage. Built 2001. $1100 Monthly.
$5000 Deposit. (407)-257-1725. -
POINCIANA- 3/2, remodeled top to bot-
tom, 1250/sq.ft., screened patio, new roof,
living room & family room. $156,900. Call
407-908-5330. Realtor Owned.
SALE BY owner- Kissimmee Home.
3/2 3/Carport. 95'x135' Lot. Fenced Yard.
Well/City Water. Close To Everything.
$175,000. Call IMAM 407-846-4650.
ST.CLOUD-3BR/1.5BA, lOOsq./ft. New
appliances, shed, & windows. Near
lakefront! $189,000. 407-891-9890.


I ST.CLOUD/CAMELOT Subdivision:
Spacious 4BR/3BA with pool. $423,000.
s- Go to www.infotube.net ad #99041, or call
t 407-791-5291.


I 1165-Mobile Homes I


TEKA VILLAGE
St.Cloud
Gated, adult park. Beautiful cedar siding,
1700/sq.ft. home on it's own lot, furniture,
etc. 3BR/2BA, FR, DR, screened room. .
407-892-1187.
2BR/2BA, 55+ Community. Kissimmee
Gardens. $15,750. (407) 922-1701.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE. Furnished, applianc-
es, 2/screen rooms, carport, shed.
$41,500. Lot rent $170/month. 55+ park.
407-957-2210.


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ACKLEY REALTY RESIDENTIAL
2/1 KISSIMMEE, Remodeled house, 1 car garage, Avail 4/1 ............................... $700
2/2 POINCIANA @ OSCEOLA CTY, Remodeled condo, comm. pool, Avail NOW .............. .$800
2/2 TIMBERBROOK @ MEADOWOODS, Furnished Condo,,gated, water & sewer, comm. pool, 4/1 .$975
2/2 DAVENPORT @ HIGH VISTA, Adult gated/golf community, screened porch, Avail. NOW ...... .$999
2/2 SOLIVITA, New home, gated, golf, comm. pool, Avail 6/01 ......................... ...$1350
3/2 POINCIANA @ OSCEOLA CTY, Remodeled home, 1 car garage, screened porch, Avail Now .$850
3/2 POINCIANA @ OSCEOLA CTY, remodeled home, 2 car garage, Avail NOW ............. .$875
3,2 POINCIANA POLK CTY, New home, 2 car garage, Avail 4/1 .........................$900
312 KISSIMMEE @ BVL, House, 1 car garage, new roof, Avail NOW ..................... ..: $950
3/2 POINCIANA @ OSCEOLA CTY, Duplex, 1 car garage, screened porch, Avail. NOW ......... .$925
3/2 DAVENPORT @'ROYAL RIDGE, House w/1 car garage Avail. Now .................... .$999
3/2 S. ORLANDO @ VILLA DEL SOL, 2nd story condo, screened porch, Avail NOW ............ $975
3/2 POINCIANA @ POLK CTY., Remodeled home, fenced, Avail NOW ...................... .$999
3/2 S. ORLANDO @ FAIRWAY GLEN, Furnished condo; Comm Pool, Avail Now .............. $1100
3/2 KISSIMMEE @ STONEHURST, Like New House, 2 car garage, screened porch, Avail. Now .. .$1200
3/2 S. ORLANDO @ MEADOWOODS, Remodeled home, 1 car garage, screened porch, NOW ...$1200
3/2/DEN DAVENPORT New House, 2 car garage, Avail NOW .......................... .$1200
3/2 POINCIANA @ OSCEOLA CTY., Pool home, 2 car garage, Avail. 4/1 ................... .$1400
3/DEN/3 KISSIMMEE @ BELLALAGO, New house, 2 car garage, upgrades, gated comm., NOW .. .$2000
3/DEN/3 KISSIMMEE @ BELLALAGO, New house, 2 car garage, upgrades, gated comm., NOW .. .$2100
3/DEN/2.5 KISSIMMEE @ BELLALAGO, New house, 3 car garage, upgrades, gated comm., NOW .$2250
3/3+DEN KISSIMMEE BAY, Executive pool home, gated, golf comm., Avail 4/1 ................. .$2500
4/2 POINCIANA 8 OSCEOLA COUNTY, Remodeled pool home, Avail. NOW ................ $1200
4/2 POINCIANA @ POLK CTY., Remodeled house, large driveway, Avail NOW .............. $1200
4/2.5 KISSIMMEE @ POLK CTY, New 2 story house, 2 car garage, Avail 4/1 ................. .$1300
4/3 DAVENPORT @ HIGH VISTA, Adult golf/gated community, Avail NOW .................. .$1300
4/2.5 KISSIMMEE @ REMINGTON, New house, 2 car garage, comm. pool & club, NOW ........ .$1300
4/2 DAVENPORT @ FLORIDA PINES, Like new house, 2 car garage, comm pool, NOW ....... .$1400
4/2.5 KISSIMMEE @ BELLALAGO, New 2 car garage home, 2 story, gated, Avail NOW .......... $1650
4/2.5 ORLANDO @ CONWAY AREA, 2 story home, 2 car garage, Avail NOW ................. .$2000
5/3+DEN KISSIMMEE @ OAK HAMMOCK, New 2 story home, upgrades, Avail NOW ............ $2000






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622-2832.


FOR SALE. Mobile home in adult com-
munity. 2BR/1BA, new carpet, excellent
condition. Quiet location. Call Lisa, 321-
377-3116.
FREE HOME!! Remove and it's yours!
Great for storage or fix up! 407-847-4690.
HOMES OF MERIT
DOUBLEWIDES
New 2005 3BR/2BA. $41,900
Includes Delivery, Set-Up
A/C, Skirting.
Bob Uhl
Mobile Home Sales
414 Galloway Road,
Lakeland (Between 1-4 & 92)
863-687-2199
KISSIMMEE
Big New Doublewides
S$39,000
New & Used
See All Homes At:
WWW.TREETOPSALES.COM
CALL 407-935-0098
KISSIMMEE 55 + Park. 14' X 60'.
2 BD/2BA. Carport. Screen & Vinyl
Florida Room. Shed. Awnings. Aluminum
Roofover. Furnished, $15,750.
Unfurnished, $14,750. (407) 870-8661.
KISSIMMEE, Beautiful Park. 2003 Homes
Of Merit. 80X32, 4BR/3BA, 2/Master
Suites. Spacious Front & Back Patios.
$110,000. O.B.O. (407) 847-8641.
MOBILE HOME For Sale. 26'x52'
3BR/2BA. Mark Park, St.Cloud. Like new
condition. 407-891-9330.
MOBILE HOME. 12 X 48. Furnished
or Unfurnished. 2 Bedrooms. 1 Bath.
Screen Room With Vinyl Windows.
Good Samaritan Village. 55+.
Open House Saturday, March 12th.
1587 Parkgate Drive. (407) 932-3107.
MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE.
*St.Cloud area- 3BR/2BA Doublewide,
1750/sq.ft.,1/acre. .
*Kissimmee- 3BR/2BA Doublewide,
1/2 acre.
All excellent condition & new appliances.
Financing Available.
407-933-4899
PALM HARBOR Factory Liquidation Sale.
All models must go. Call for free
brochures.' 1-800-622-2832.
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KISSIMMEE. Close To Disney. 1BR/1 BA,
New Roof, 2/Year Old Central Heat & Air
Unit. Screened Porch, Appliances Includ-
ed. $20,900. 407-397-3353.
ST.CLOUD remodeled single and dou-
blewides with new home warranty in nice
quiet park. Lease purchase available. 407-
957-7979, 407-873-6124.


Office/Professional
CLOSE TO COURTHOUSE
15 S. Orlando
1432 sq. ft. 4 Offices, Reception, &
Conf. Room, $2148 per month
111 S. Randolph remodeled
1289 sq. ft. Reception, 2 Offices, 2 Bath,
Conf. Room, $1935 per month
100 N. John Young Brand New
1 office approx. 435 sq. ft. $725 per month
1012 Emmett Brand New
2100 sq.ft. $3413 per month
Retail & Office Space on Broadway
Call for details
Industrial/Storefront
BRAND NEW BLDGS
behind Racetrac on 192
' 25x60 ft. bays $1500 per unit,


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SHERWOOD FOREST- Manufactured
Home for sale or lease. Located just off
Hwy.192. 1BR/1BA Park Model. Pool,
Lake, Furnished, Extras. Bill, 863-427-
9747.
WINDSOR MOBILE HOMES
Resales Available
and Rental Lots Available 55+
407-933-5331
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5pm weekdays, 407-908-8250.
1265-Auto Parts/
Accessories
4/TIRES LIKE New. 205 70R15. Steel belt-
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1270-Vans I
1982 DODGE D350 Sportsman Van.
150,000/mi., automatic, 318 engine. $700.
407-448-7929.
1990 GMC Safari Cargo Van.
Cold A/C. Runs Great.
$2,500. OBO. (321) 689-3437.


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1993 CONVERSION Van. 250 Ram. Fully
loaded. Low miles, 87,000. Asking $4000.
407-908-4647.
1993 TOYOTA Previa Van, 145K. Runs
great. Clean. Good shape. $3,000. Call
407-892-8317.
1995 FORD van (low miles). Handicapped
inside lift. Wheel chair carries up to
300/lbs. 407-957-5740 after 6:30.
1996 AEROSTAR. 7 Passenger. Dual
Air. Fully Loaded. New Tires. New
Battery. $3,800.00. Call (407) 846-4933.
1998 FORD E250 Cargo Van. V-8, runs
and looks great! AC, AM/FM. Extra clean!
$6500. 407-870-2972 or 407-791-7700.
1999 CHEVY Venture. Low Miles. Fully
Loaded, Rear A/C. Asking $8,000. O.B.O.
Call 407-787-3837.
2003 PONTIAC Montana, 7/Passenger,
Loaded. 6/Cyl. Immaculate Condition.
$13,700 Or Payments $286/mo. (321)
230-0389.
92 FORD Econoline! Ready For Work!
Excellent Condition. A/C. Many New
Parts. $1,950.00. OBO. (407) 460-9086.
95 LUMINA VAN. Completely Recondi-
tioned. Fresh 100K/Mi. Warranty On Mo-
tor. New A/C. Like New. $4995 OBO. (407)
847-2334.
'94 DODGE Conversion Van. Hightop, TV,
VCR, DVD. Cold AC, New Tires. $1900
obo. 407-973-2011.
'94 LUMINA Mini-van. High miles, looks
and runs great. Cold air, six passenger.
$3000 obo. 407-957-0474.
'98 WINDSTAR Luxury Van. V6. Like new.
Low miles, CD, power everything. $4900.
407-383-5071.

I 1275-Trucks I
1951 FORD Pickup Street Rod. $15,000
Or Will Take SUV Or Newer Pickup In
Trade. (407) 933-8728 After 5pm.
1954 CHEVY Pickup Truck. 5/Window, All
Original. $6000. (407) 656-0990.
1971 JEEP WAGONEER. 4WD. V-8.
Automatic. New Starter, Battery And
Alternator. First $800 Takes It Home!
(407) 791-5711.
1972 CHEVY Cheyanne Pickup. Good
condition. 407-928-8791.
1991 F800 24Ft. Box Truck With Liftgate,
5/Speed With 2/Speed Rear End. $5000.
(407) 892-5010.
1991 JEEP Wrangler. 138K/Mi. Soft Top,
Radio. $3300. (321) 443-3692.
1994 FORD F-150 Super Cab 4x4. Top-
per. Excellent! $8,500 OBO. (814)771-
0165.
1996 FORD F-350. Crew Cab Dually
Diesel. 166K. Automatic. Loaded. Super
Nice. $11,500. OBO. (321) 228-1660.
1996 FORD F250 4x4. Good shape.
$7500. 407-957-8815.
1997 FORD F150, 4.6 L, V-8, 5/Speed,
Towing Package. $5500. (321) 624-0437.
1997 TAHOE LT 2WD, Loaded, Leather,
Tow Package. One Owner. All Records.
Excellent Condition. $9,000. 407-344-
1801.
1998 RANGE ROVER for sale. Excellent
condition. Asking $15,000. 863-381-6988.
1999 DODGE DAKOTA pickup. Excellent
shape! 4/speed, V8Magnum. $6,995. 407-
257-1998.
1999 DODGE DAKOTA Sport, 4 cylinder,
5/speed, 36K miles, $7,000. 321-624-
3419.
1999 F250 Super Duty 4X4, 5/Speed, AC,
Stereo. 83K/Miles, Towing Package. Serv-
iced Regularly, Clean: $10,500. (407)-
892-2984.
2000 CHEVROLET 1500 Silverado. Ext.
Cab, 3rd./Door, PS/PB/CC, LS/Package,
AM/FM/CD. Tow Package. 145K/Miles.
Excellent. $7999. (40.7) 957-3866.
2000 DODGE DAKOTA. 4X4.
50,600 Miles. Good Condition.
Many Options. Must Sell.
$11,000.
407-892-3255
2000 NISSAN Frontier, regular cab. Cold
A/C. Automatic. Runs great. 48,727/mi.
$6,500 obo. 407-892-4688.
2000 NISSAN XTERRAS.E.FoQur wheel
drive, sun roof, fully loaded. Excellent con-
dition. $16,000. 407-957-0357.
2001 CHEVY S-10. 42K/Mi. CD Player.
Runs & Drives Great. $6500. (407) 849-
9439.
2002 F-150. 6/Cyl., 5/sp., 6' Bed. 20K
Miles. $11,400. Excellent Condition. (407)-
892-9417. (407)-383-0407.
2003 GMC Envoy-SLT. 3 Yr. Warranty.
Fully Loaded. 7 Passenger. $27,000.
OBO. 18,000 Miles. (321) 624-1229.
68 DODGE PICKUP V-8 Automatic. Old
Town Cruiser. Daily Driver. $3000 OBO.
(407) 847-2334.
'01 BLACK Ford Ranger Edge.
36K/Miles. Runs & Drives Like New!
$8500. O.B.O. (407)460-5506, (407)892-
7443.
'03 GMC Sierra 2500HD. Duramax/Allison
RC/LB, 4WD, 20k/miles. Extras, Warranty.
$29,900. 407-297-7644.
'73 FORD F-600. 2/Ton. 20'X8' Aluminum
Box W/Ramp, $2000. 407-957-6648.
'95 .TOYOTA Landcruiser. Loaded, sun-
roof, 4/WD, ABS, dual airbags, running
boards. Sweet! $9000. 407-847-2199.
'98 FORD LARIAT. V8, 70,000/mi., ex-
tended cab, towing package. Excellent
condition. $11,300. 407-383-0407 or 407-
892-9417.
'99 RANGER Automatic, AC, good tires.
Excellent condition! Low miles. $5300.
407-414-1066.

1285-Travel
Trailers

1989 PROWLER Lynx. 24'. Sleeps 5/6.
Good Condition. $4200. (321)-624-5631
Or (407)-891-8343.
2003 DREAM 36' Travel Trailer.
14' Slide Out. W/D. Like New.
$16,500.00 Firm. Call 304-904-1969.

2004 18' Shadow Cruiser. Never used.
Light weight for minivans. Asking $12,000.
O.B.O. 407-319-4368.
34' FLEETWOOD Prowler. 1989. Very
Good Condition. 2/AC Units. Sleeps 4-5.
$6400. S.Kissimmee Area. (845)-794-
2525.


PREMIER, 32/FT, Super Slide, CHA, Self
Contained. $20,500. Must See!!! Kissim-
mee, O.B.T. Cell (315) 733-5155.

1290-RV's/ Motorhomes

1999 POP-UP Camper (Roof-air).
Like new. Call 407-957-4369.
2004 HY-LINE PARK MODEL. 39.5 foot
with 3 slide outs. New $34,000, Asking
$26,000 O.B.O. Call 407-341-0596.
CASH BUYER!L
Needs Motor Homes, Travel Trailers &
RV's of all kinds.
1-321-689-0102
TALK TO Thousands in a minute with an
Osceola Shopper classified ad which also
includes the Internet. Just call 846-7600
its that simple.


1295-Motorcycles

2004 KAWASAKI Ninja. Green/Black.
1000 Miles. $2,550. Excellent Condition.
1992 Jet Ski Seadoo $1,000.
(407) 870-5668,

1305-Automobiles

1937 FORD. 2/Door. $3000. (407) 847-
6483.
1960 CHEVY 4/door sedan. Good condi-
tion. 407-928-8791.


1962 1/2 FORD Fairlane 500,260V8. All
original. Running condition. $1,900 OBO.
407-908-5268.
1962 FORD 2/door Hardtop Fairlane.
Good condition. 407-928-8791.
1966 FORD Mustang Coupe. A/C, 6/cyl.
Lots of new. Running great! $7,500. 407-
957-6252.
1968 CAMARO R/S. Excellent condition.
Custom upholstery. Must see! $12,500
OBO. 407-870-0199, 407-870-2771. *
1976 MERCURY COMET 2/Door, 6/Cylin-
der, Automatic, Good Running Restorable
Condition. $900. (863) 965,9502.
1978 FORD Bronco 4X4. 400 Big Block.
Custom, Stainless Steel. $3000 OBO.
407-343-1234.
1979 VW Convertible, Yellow, Great Con-
dition, New Tires, Upholstery, Top. Runs &
Drives Very Well. $8900. (407) 846-7713.
1983 TOYOTA Cressida Wagon, Fully
Loaded. Working Fine. Overhauled Whole
Transmission & Rear End. $1500 OBO.
(407) 348-2899.
1985 MONTE CARLO. V-6. Runs. Body
work started. $1000 O.B.O. 407-892-
0579, leave message.
1986 CORVETTE Coupe. Red, Glass
Sunroof, 128K/Mi. Runs Great. Cover In-
cluded. $7495. (407) 908-1457.
1986 DODGE 600 Turbo convertible,
$3,000 OBO. 1983 Georgie RV,'$5,000
OBO. Must see! 407-370-9151.
1986 MERCEDES 300SL convertible.
Hardtop w/ceiling hitch. New soft top.
Almost perfect. Real beauty! $11,800.
407-957-9470.
1988 FORD Mustang GT, 5.0, restored,
new paint/weatherstrips. $5,000 OBO.
407-932-4415.
1988 NISSAN Pulsar. Standard Shift.
$1,000. Call 407-348-5783.
1990 ACURA Legend LS. Loaded,
cold air, 6/CD. Good tires. Good car!
$2,950 OBO. 407-396-8427.
1990 CADILLAC Brougham. 97K Miles,
Good Condition, Cold A/C, Runs Great.
$4200 OBO. (407) 766-9958.
1990 FORD Mustang 5.0. Many new
parts. $3,500. Ask for Jim. 407-497-0734.
1990 HONDA Accord. AC, P/W, P/L. Good
condition, runs great! $1500 obo. .786-
877-7474.
1991 OLDSMOBILE 98. Runs great. Ex-
cellent condition. A/C needs work. 115,778
miles. $3500 O.B.O. 407-892-7201.
1993 BUICK Lesabre. Excellent Condi-
tion. 68K original miles. 1st. tune-up at
55K. AC. $3500. (845)-794-2525.
1993 NISSAN Maxima, 4/door sport, V6,
automatic, power windows, power brakes,
cold A/C. 104,000/mi. Very good condition.
Asking $4,500 OBO. 407-957-2797.
1993 TOYOTA Corolla DX. 4/door sedan.
Automatic, A/C. Excellent condition.
$2900. 407-344-1400.
1994 FIREBIRD Hatchback. Air, power
windows and brakes. Runs gpod. Asking
$3200. 407-344-3259 or 407-908-4647.
1994 SATURN SL2. 1/owner, low miles,
(48,958), CD, sunroof, 4/door, twin cam.
$4500 obo. 407-908-0840.
1995 CHRYSLER LeBaron Convertible.
6/cylinder, auto, cruise, all power, new
tires. Runs great. $3500. 407-957-0995.
1995 HONDA Civic EX. V-Tech Engine,
Sunroof, CD. $5500. (407) 729-6804.
1995 THUNDERBIRD. 4.6 V8.
82 K Miles. Exceptionally Clean.
Camillion Blue/Grey Interior.
$4,995.00. Call (863) 420-2352.


1996 BUICK Park Avenue. 4/Door, Load-
ed, Leather Interior. 112K/Mi. Runs Great.
Blue Book $4650, Asking $3850 OBO.
(407) 892-3398.
1996 BUICK Regal. Custom, 59K/miles,
2/door, new tires, bucket seats, loaded.
Immaculate condition. Must see. 407-957-
5390.
1996 CAVALIER. New A/C, new tires, red.
Excellent condition. $2,600. 407-346-
5958.
1997 HONDA Civic EX. V-tech Engine,
Sunroof, CD. $5800. (407) 908-5988.
1997 MITSUBISHI Spyder convertible.
Turbo, auto, leather. Beautiful car. White
with blacktop. $8,750. 407-847-6191.
1997 PLYMOUTH NEON. Excellent condi-
tion A/C, auto transmission. $3,250. 407-
346-7644.
1998 MITSUBISHI Mirage, 4/door auto-
matic A/C, air bags, aluminum rims.
$3,200. 407-873-7369.
1999 HONDA Civic EX. A/C, Sunroof,
PW/PL, 58K/Miles. $8500 OBO. (407)
343-0431.
1999 SL2 Saturn. 4/Door, Auto, Low
Miles. Excellent Condition. $4300. (407)
414-1066.
2000 HONDA Civic EX. Good Condition.
5/Speed, Sunroof, CD Player. $7500.
Days (407) 847-3800, Ask For Tom. Eves
(407) 944-0292.
2000 MAZDA MPV LX, Excellent Condi-
tion. 71K Miles. $9250. Call (407) 850-
2227.
2000 MERCURY Grand Marquis GS. Mint
condition. One owner. Garage'd.
62,500/miles. $8775 OBO. 407-240-3468.
2000 MITSUBISHI Galant, White, 76K/Mi.
All Power, $3000 In Stereo, Extras, 4/New
Tires, New Brakes. All Records. $9250.
(352) 427-4986.
2001 CAVALIER- 2/door, A/C, auto.
$7500 or take over payments. Must see!!
407-908-6811 or 321-624-1774.
2001 OLDSMOBILE Intrigue GX. Excel-
lent condition, loaded, new tires, cloth
seats. $8000 O.B.O. 407-957-8955.
2001 PONTIAC GRAND AM SE,
15,000/mi., sunroof, CD/cassette. Excel-
lent condition. REDUCED! $7500. 407-
892-6851.










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407-870-9462


2001 SATURN SL1 4 door, CD, cold A/C.
Great condition. $3,900. 321-231-9117.
2001 SATURN SL1 sedan. Like new. Low
miles, Call 407-851-5337.
2002 HONDA Accord SE, 4/door,
60K/mi., CD, sunroof, automatic. Excellent
condition. $12,000 OBO. 407-892-5998.
2002 HYUNDAI Accent. 2 Door.
Hatchback. 4 Cyl. Warranty. Excellent
Condition. $9,950. Call (407) 847-7030.


2002 HYUNDAI Accent. 4/door hatch-
back. 4/cylinder, warranty. Excellent con-
dition. $6500. 407-892-9371.
2002 KIA SPECTRA
4D, Sport Hatchback
Below 2400/miles!!!
Under warranty until 65000/mi.
Asking $8,500.
Last price!! 407-518-9732
2003 FORD FOCUS ZX3, 22,000/miles,
A/C. tinted windows, multi disc CD. $7495.
Gary, 407-579-5147.
2003 MONTE Carlo. 21K Hwy. Miles. Ga-
rage Kept. New Car Smell. $14,300. (407)
932-1181.


2003 TOYOTA Solara- Gold, sunroof,
great condition. Great Gift! Call for more
info, 407-498-0779.
93 LINCOLN Continental. 4 Door. AC. 6
Cyl. Leather. Loaded. 119K Miles. Great
Condition. Only $1,995. (407) 758-4860.
CLASSIC 1978 Chrysler Cordoba. Runs
Good. Call Cell # (407) 346-8139, After
4:30 At (407) 846-8139 Or Leave Mes-
sage.
LIMOUSINE, 1989 Lincoln Towncar. Call
352-281-5772.
'77 CORVETTE Fair condition. $5000
obo. 407-343-0265.
'86 MUSTANG GT Convertible. 5.0, auto,
new trans. Runs excellent! 407-932-3397,
leave message.
'86 T-BIRD PARTS, $250. '76 Ford E150
van, $495. '86 Volvo, good condition, $995
O.B.O. 407-375-8746.
'92 VW Jetta. Standard transmission.
Runs good. $1000 O.B.O. 407-498-4921.
'93 INFINITI J30. Sunroof, leather interior,
some woodgrain, very good condition.
$3650. 407-344-0980.


2004 MAZDA Tribute LX, V-6, SUV. 9000/
Miles. Blue. Excellent condition. Fully '95 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL. All au-
loaded. Will accept any reasonable offer. tomatic, cold air. Runs good. 113,000/mi.
407-870-0695. $4800 obo. 407-427-0027.


'96 MITSUBISHI GALANT. Excellent con-,
dition! New tires, brakes, runs good.
82,000/mi. $2700. 407-414-1066.
'97 LUMINA. 2/door, V-6, A/C, automatic,
keyless entry, AM/FM cassette, ABS.
Good condition. $3850. Call 407-957-
9710.
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18'2" SEA RAY Bowrider, 3.0L 1/O,
135HP, 1996. Runs great. $7500 O.B.O.
407-414-1169.
2000 16-1/2' Lowe w/trailer. 2001 50HP
Johnson w/trim & tilt, stainless steel prop.
$4500. (407) 892-0441.


99 KEY WEST 17' 2 ". Center Console,
75/HP Yamaha. Shorelander Trailer, Fish
Finder, Trolling Motor. $9200. 407-891-.
1910.
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