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Osceola news-gazette
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Serving Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Harmony, Narcoossee, BVL 117TH YEAR THURSDAY EDITION 50 CENTS JULY 25, 2013 Builder confidence rises in July. Page C-1HomefinderOHS football player Josh Phelps signs with MethodistPage A-9Sports We ekend We atherPa r tly cloudy 40 pe rc ent chance of thunderst orms Osceola School District to open hotline for students, parentsThe Osceola County School Board knows that in the beginning of a new school year, parents and students have plenty of questions. See page A-2 Index Schools r fn t tb f br r f b r n t Police Do you plan to use SunRail when there is a stop in Kissimmee? Yes I do. No, I wont. Depends on cost and the schedule. Im not sure.Vote at www.around osceola.comResults from the July 18 Question of the week: Did you think the jury finding George Zimmerman not guilty of seconddegree murder was the right verdict? Yes it was. .1% I thought at least manslaughter. 20.5% No, he should been found guilty. 8.4% I have no opinion. 0%Fire kills St. Cloud womanA St. Cloud woman died early Saturday morning after her mobile home caught on fire. See page A-2 For the latest activities, events and classes see ...Page B-3 Community By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer The Osceola County Expressway Authority board is one step closer to making Poincianas next thoroughfare a reality. After months of narrowing down candidates and receiving proposals and bids, the board selected Jr. Davis Construction to be the design build firm for Poinciana Parkway. The parkway has been at the top of the boards list of projects since it was established in 2010. Once completed, it will span from the intersection of County Road 54 and U.S. Highway 17/92 in Polk County to Cypress Parkway in Kissimmee, with a toll. Approximately 10 miles in length and four lanes wide, it also stands as a spearhead for the Expressway Authoritys master plan of highway construction, projected to be completed by 2040. Were very excited. Weve followed this project for a long time, and were excited to get the opportunity to build the roadway, said Jr. Davis, president of Jr. Davis Construction. It was one of three construction companies picked out of a list of 11 to prepare and send a proposal with a bid of how much they would charge for the project to the Expressway Authority board. A selection committee of representatives from Florida Department of Transportation and Florida Turnpike Enterprise scored each proposal based on their practicality. Jr. Davis Construction was ranked first out of the three companies, due to receiving the highest score by the selection committee and submitting the lowest bid. Jr. Davis Construction is a company based in Kissimmee, which already worked on a number of projects in Poinciana. The board selected it not only because of its high ranking, but also because of the amount of detail in both road and surrounding environment in their design. They were knowledgeable about the project and the way of the environment in reference to how the bridge is going to be built, the landscape and the future noise it can create to have the expressway. They were ahead of the curve on everything. I felt comfortable that they know what theyre going to be doing, said Osceola County Expressway Authority Board Member Art Otero. The next major steps in the project are funding and design. An engineer with the Osceola County Expressway Authority will look over the winning bidders proposal application again to confirm that its design is realistic and practical. A traffic and revenue report also must be updated, which will show how much the parkway will generate as a toll road. Both the amount of potential revenue and the price of construction are taken into account when requesting the funding needed. Depending on when the report and proposal approval will be done, the decision for funding should be made by October or November of this year. Ground breaking for Poinciana Parkway is projected for December of this year. Construction of Poinciana Parkway to start in DecemberKissimmee firm chosen to build roadway By Ken Jackson Staff W riter Osceola County staff, in assembling the 201314 budget for Experience Kissimmee, the countys tourism marketing arm, projected 1.7 percent industry growth in the coming fiscal year. Some, like Tourism Development Council Chairman Brian Wong, think the industry is getting sold a little short. Deputy County Manager Beth Knight presented the TDC board at its meeting last week with projections of tourist development tax collection, both for the r emainder of the cur rent fiscal year (ending Sept. 30) and for 201314 starting Oct. 1. This years collections are projected at $36.6 million, ahead of the $33.9 million anticipated during the budget process last year. That extra $2.7 million will remain in Experience Kissimmees reserves. When planning for the 2013-14 fisca l year, county staff made a conservative projection of $37.32 million in tourist tax collections, just a modest gain. Wong questioned if that number was too conservative, noting that collections during the last 12-month period are up 9 percent over the same period a year ago, and asked if data from local competitors was taken into account. What are VisitFlorida and Orlando and Tampa and other neighbors projecting? I think we need some perspective, he said. This is a competitive business environment. Look at the industry and competition and what theyre projecting to get perspective. These are conversations I know they dont have. Wong said there is a ton of data on how County staff projects cautious tourism growth See T ourism, page A-8 By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff W riter Like the students they teach, stART still has room to grow as a summer arts program. Now in the middle of its fourth year, stART puts 160 seventh to twelfth grade students from 23 Osceola County schools through a two-week intensive arts program. Taught by a combination of students from The Juilliard School in New York and teachers in Osceola County, each student experiences each of the five performing artsdance, drama, chorus, band and visual artand collaborate with other students on an original piece performed at the end of the program. With 300 students auditioning for the program this past March, Nina Cochran and Evan Todd, founders of the program, now are shifting the focus from creating a yearly success to becoming a staple summer program. Todd, an alumnus of Juilliard, already has passed his role of leadership to Marcus Guy, who is this summers program director. As a senior Juilliard teaching artist coordinator and stART teacher since the beginning of the program, Guy became Todds choice as a start in cycling new directors as teaching artists complete Juilliard and move on from stART. Our main concern is how Osceola County summer program finds its artistic spirit News-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanA classroom full of middle and high school vocal talent works on their harmony during stART, an art intensive collaboration between the Osceola County School District and The Juilliard School in New York. See Program, page A-3 By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer For the second year in a row, Osceola County Sheriffs Office won the Florida DUI Challenge, unlocking a fully equipped DUI enforcement vehicle along with the honor. The Florida DUI Challenge Initiative is designed to reduce the number of alcohol-related crashes, fatalities and injuries in Florida by putting local law enforcement to the test. They reward law enforcement agencies that dedicate a significant level of resources to impaired driving enforcement, awareness and training. The challenge lasted the whole year, ranking agencies based on the enforcement numbers reported by each countys sheriffs office. The Osceola Sheriffs Office was able to reach high enforcement numbers due to its comprehensive safety program, Sheriffs Office wins DUI enforcement car in challenge See Challenge page A-5 072713.SNG AT COST BELOW COST TOTAL LIQUIDATION ANNUAL DISPOSAL EVENT SALE 1 WEEK ONLY PUBLIC NOTICE Hwy. 192 St. Cloud | Across from Home Depot | 407-891-2213 www.thompson-jewelers.comTrusted For Over 60 Years See Page A3

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Page A2, 030713.TNG407-892-2608In Our 52nd Year of Doing Business in Osceola County rd DOWN rd IN 30 DAYS rd IN 60 DAYS SAME AS CASH Same Day Delivery HOME APPLIANCE HODGINSNew Major Brand Appliances 1024 New York Ave. St. Cloud, FL 34769 Appliance Parts For Most Major Brands Sales & Service Since 1961W By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff W riter Dietrich Vasquez, the band director at Horizon Middle School, who was arrested for sex with a minor last week, will be moved to a different department, according to Osceola County School District spokeswoman Dana Schafer. Vasquez was arrested on July 17 for having sexual relations with a former male student, who is now 17. Although the report by Osceola County Sheriffs Office stated that the sex was consensual, he was charged with unlawful sexual activity with certain minors, contributing to the delin quency of a minor and publ ic indecent exposure. The two were found in the backseat of Vasquezs vehicle after a call to deputies about a suspicious vehicle in Trafalgar Village subdivision off Poinciana Boulevard. The vehicle was parked in the back of the community, and as deputes approached, both Vasquez and the minor were intoxicated. Half a bottle of Vodka and two empty cans of Bud Light were found in the car. The two began talking on Facebook after the minor left a post asking for someone to buy him alcohol. The two kept in contact and they agreed to meet. They parked in Trafalgar Village earlier in the day, then left to buy drinks. It was during the second time they parked in the subdivision that talk turned toward a sexual nature, which led to their sexual acts. While the arrest had been made, the district doesnt want to make any decisions about his employment until he is proven either guilty or not guilty by the court. Until that time, Schafer said that when Vasquez reports back for teacher pre-planning, he will be removed from Horizon Middle School and transferred to a district department with no interaction with children. Even if it was during the school year, anytime anything like this happens, and unfortunately, we have 7,000 employees, so sometimes things like this happen, this is our normal process. If its certainly anything involving a child, or anything that we feel like they need to be removed from the school to make sure everyone is safe, we go ahead and remove that employee and put him in a location where there are no children, said Schafer. Once the court has made a decision, the district will then make a decision on Vasquezs employment, based on the outcome in the court. Gov. Rick Scott has announced the reappointments of Art Otero and Thomas White to th e Osceola County Expressway Authority. Otero, 50, of Kissimmee, is an insurance agent with the Health Insurance Store. He has previously served as a commissioner and vice mayor for the city of Kissimmee. Otero also has been a board member of the Osceola County Council on Aging, a chairman for the Kissimmee Housing Advisory Board and is currently a board member for the Osceola Housing Authority. He is appointed for a term beginning July 12, 2013, and ending June 30, 2017. White, 58, of St. Cloud, is a senior vice president and the Osceola area executive of Florida Traditions Bank. He currently serves as a board member of the Kissimmee/Osceola County Chamber of Commerce and the Osceola County Toho Water Authority. White received a bachelors degree from the University of Central Florida. He is appointed for a term beginning July 12, 2013, and ending June 30, 2017. Gov. Scott reappoints Otero, White to Osceola Expressway Authority The Osceola County School Board knows that in the beginning of a new school year, parents and students have plenty of questions. The districts BackTo-School Hotline at 407518-8159 will be open for calls on the following days and times: Before school starts: Wednesday, Aug. 14, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. During the first week of school: Monday, Aug. 19, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. School District representatives who speak both English and Spanish will be available to answer any questions parents may have about bus routes/bus stops, school uniforms, school open house dates, school attendance zones, school beginning and ending times, school lunches, necessary immunizations, beforeand after-school care, kindergarten and prekindergarten, registration information and more. Parents and students also will be able to find information about bus routes at their schools open house. Osceola School District to open hotline for students, parents Middle school band teacher arrested for sex with a minor transferred, district says Vasquez Police newsA St. Cloud woman died early Saturday morning after her mobile home caught on fire. Sallie Mason, 57, was pronounced dead at Orlando Regional Medical Center. According to St. Cloud police reports, St. Cloud Fire Rescue and St. Cloud Police Department responded at about 3:11 a.m. to the victims 1009 Elm St. home at the Mark Mobile Home Park in response to a structure fire. Firefighters rescued Mason, who was trapped inside of the residence, and initially took her to St. Cloud Regional Medical Center. S he wa s later transferred to Orlando Regional Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead at 5:45 a.m. Based on the initial on scene investigation, the state fire marshal and police detectives advised that the fire does not appear to be suspicious and the cause of fire was believed to be electrical. The investigation is ongoing.Fire kills St. Cloud woman Mason

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Thursday, July 25, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3 do you keep the longevity of a program going, which is what were learning now. At school, from seeing other programs, I felt that the way that it happened is that it has to be passed down, and there has to be someone at the school whos been a part of the program, and feels passionately enough about the program to want to continue to see it succeed. It cant just be me because Im from Kissimmee, said Todd. Both Todd and Cochran said they were amazed at the programs current success. When it started as Juilliard-Osceola County Summer Art Intensive three years ago, their only goal was to sustain the two weeks. Todd, who was already involved in Juilliards outreach program, wanted to take his passion for the arts and volunteering to Kissimmee. Cochran, theatre director at St. Cloud High School, was able to bring the support of the Osceola County School District with funding, teachers and a location to teach, while Todd brought Juilliard down to Florida. Between the two of them, a countywide summer arts program was born. With each passing year, the program went from an enthusiasm for the arts to an artistic focus that drives both the students and staff of the program. Perspectives is currently the theme of the program. As students work on individual and collaborative projects, Perspectives help them focus on the relationship they have to their work, where they perform and with their peers. The theme also gave a new focus to the scheduling of the program. Guy planned equal time blocks for every class, giving students 50 minutes for every project. In the past, we had so many ideas and we were all so eager and enthusiastic about them all, that sometimes, on a day to day basis, we were flitting. And thats to be expected as the program finds its feet, said Guy. Students, more than half of whom are returning to the program, also have shifted the programs focus to the future. This is the first summer that representatives from different colleges and universities are talking to students in the program, or college talks, in the afternoons. It was at the request of students, according to Todd, who want to take their art beyond the program and pursue it as part of their career. Like the name of the program implies, Todd and Cochrans collaboration has provided a springboard for many Osceola students who are passionate about the arts. Talks from outside colleges and universities are an extension of that springboard, giving students a potential place to land as their next step in the arts. Todd said he was inspired by the eagerness students in the program are showing for their future, and anticipates that it will keep stART a part of many outgoing students individual artistic journey. It really has become a place to begin something, whether its a conversation, whether its a piece, or a volunteer project, or a relationship or the discussion about college. It really is a springboard for so many other things. Its not just a summer arts program for two weeks, said Todd. For students interested in perusing the program, visit: www.startosceola.org. ProgramContinued from Page A-1 News-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanErin Birks-Kilman, who will be a sophomore at Osceola Count y School for t he Arts t his f all, works on a painting project during stART, an art intensive c ollaboration between t he O sceola County School District and T he J uilliard School in New York. 072013.SNG ANNUAL DISPOSAL EVENT SALE 1 WEEK ONLY www.thompson-jewelers.com Trusted For Over 60 Years PUBLIC NOTICE TOTAL LIQUIDATION AT COST BELOW COST TOTAL LIQUIDATION Specializing in Minimally Invasiv e Proc edures ~ In O ce Surgery Ce nter ~ Michael Denardis, D.O. Obstetrician / Gynecologist Veronica Figueroa, M.D. Obstetrician / Gynecologist Mark Palazzolo, D.O. Obstetrician / GynecologistMarcietta WilsonColeman, D.O.Obstetrician / Gynecologist Princess Prendergast, N.P. Nurse Practitioner Judith Siron, ARNP/CNM Nurse Midwife/ Womens Health N.P. Ofce hours: Monday-Wednesday 8 am 5 pm Thursday 8 am 7 pm, Friday 8 am 5 pm, Saturday 8 am 12 pm407-518-10741160 Cypress Glen Cir., Kissimmee 1018 Cypress Parkway, PoincianaKissimmee Womans Health Center 13 Neptune Rd, Kissimmee Most Insurance Accepted, Including Medicaid & MedicareWarmly Welcoming New Patients 040413.TNG

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Page A4, Opposed to incorporating PoincianaTo the Editor: We are a resident group recently established (MARCH 2013) in response to the opposing group to establish Poinciana as a city again. Our primary objective is to keep Poinciana from becoming an incorporated area. The biggest reason for our position is now is not the right time to add another layer of government to our cost of living. We recognize that the U.S. and Poinciana are in a deep recession and all attention should be turned to trimming our budgets, not increasing our cost. When our community becomes a thriving economic economy again, we will then be happy to consider becoming an incorporated area. Our goal is to develop plans to streamline our cost of living in all areas like transportation, food, utilities, entertainment, clothing, heating/ cooling, taxes, etc., in order to live as best we can. Areas that we have no control over like federal, state, city and local governments can create cost to us that we must pay or run the risk of losing our homes. In an effort to prevent situations that would trigger home foreclosure, we will resist any attempt to increase cost to us in those areas. Having a city will mean more homes will go into foreclosure!!!! Therefore, at this time our position is no city for Poinciana, rather, lets stay where we are-which is a place where we can afford to pay. We have reviewed the executive summary to the Poinciana Municipal Incorporation, the charter of the city of Poinciana and the feasibility study for Poinciana. We want to point out that we are not administrators or managers or specialists trained in how to create city government. We will therefore respond as concerned citizens of the community. First it bothers us that the person submitting the feasibility study, Valentin Ramos, is from the Association of Poinciana Villages (APV) Home Owners Association (HOA) management team. He served for 20-plus years in that organization before being summarily dismissed in 2013. We strongly fear that he now is trying to create havoc for the APV by making Poinciana a city. As he has written, the APV will have to dissolve itself and turn all monies and resources over to the new city. He plans to have a managing role in this new city that he mastermind and thereby succeed in his retaliation against the APV. The documents he has submitted are not based in fact, they are misinterpreted or are misrepresenting the group they claim to address. For example, he makes constant references to the HOA APV serving as a government like city, county, state or federal when we all know that HOAs manage your home only. His documents refer to the HOA failure to allow them to elect representatives from the community to represent them. This is not true as elections are made every year. In June 2013, Ramos asked the APV, at the publicly held meeting to pay for a new feasibility study as the study done in 2009 was ruled frothed with errors. The APV refused to fund a new study. Ramos has submitted this supposedly new study but the only thing he did was to change the identity of the villages and a few other numbers in the 2009 study and has resubmitted that same study to be considered as the 2013 study. This is a gross misrepresentation of the facts, data and the citizens of the Poinciana areas. It should represent deception to the state representatives and senators. Under the subtopic boundary characteristics, Ramos has included village 3 as a village to be covered in the city. I personally am a member of village 3 and I have signed petitions of 300 other members (will be sent under separate cover by email) of my village showing we do not want to become a city. I have other team members collecting signatures of villages 1,2,5,7 and 8 who also do not want to be included in Mr. Ramos city. The group size is growing every day but these figures are sufficient to show that Mr. Ramos is including many members of Poinciana who do not want to be in his city because it will cost too much money. Since this is not a scientific study as addressed above, I do not believe I should waste any more of my resources and money to address this monstrosity, but I will add one additional point. I am attaching a copy of letter I sent to both Osceola and Polk counties requesting specific information regarding the use of police, fire and EMS Services and amount of cost that would be involved if Poinciana became a city. They both responded that if Poinciana became a city the cost factor for supplying services to the level we are currently receiving would be much more costly than it is now. They stated that once an unincorporated area becomes a city an entirely different scale of cost comes into play. Both county officials stated that they would be happy to meet with State Officials and any other members I would like to bring to a group gathering to discuss this matter further. Based on this information, Mr. Ramos suggestion that our cost for these extremely important services would remain the same if Poinciana became a city is ludicrous. In summary, we beg our state officials to refuse to place on the ballot the option to make Poinciana a city as the majority of the people in Poinciana do not want a city at this time. We will continue to send you our signed petitions stating same as we continue to collect them. Beverly Sanders Poinciana Editors NoteSubmit letters to the editor to Osceola News-Gazette, 108 Church St., Kissimmee, FL 34741. If you wish to fax your letter to the newspaper, the number is 407-846-8516. Email letters to Editor Brian McBride at bmcbride@osceolanewsgazette.com. No more than one letter per writer will be published each month. An individual will be allowed to submit one letter of rebuttal if he or an organization he represents is the subject of a letter to the editor. Letters should be no more than 500 words and should include the name, address and daytime phone number of the writer for verification purposes. The News-Gazette will not publish the writers phone number. 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Thursday, July 25, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A5 which includes high visibility patrols, check points, saturation patrols and public and agency education, according to Sgt. Brian Adams, supervisor of the traffic unit. For the challenge, the unit focused on removing impaired drivers on the road, and pushed education on impaired driving, speeding and other areas of traffic safety. The unit was grateful for the opportunity to participate in the program and the award of new equipment provides additional resources at no cost to taxpayers, said Adams. The winners were announced during the Florida Law Enforcement Liaison Challenge Awards Ceremony on July 19. For first place, the Osceola County Sheriffs Office received 15,000 challenge points. That transferred to $15,000 to spend on traffic safety related items. The agency also placed second in the Florida Law Enforcement Challenge Champions class, which rewards the best overall traffic safety programs in Florida, receiving $12,000 for traffic safety related equipment. Some of the equipment it will purchase is speed measurement devices and emergency lighting. The money also will go toward public education programs on the dangers of impaired driving, aggressive driving, and the importance of seat belts. I am proud of the hard work and dedication of the traffic unit and we are honored they are being recognized for their commitment to DUI enforcement, said Osceola County Sheriff Bob Hansell.ChallengeContinued from Page A-1 Submitted PhotoThe Osceola County Sheriffs Office won a DUI enforcement vehicle in the Florida DUI Challenge Initiative. PIOCOS CC HICKEN 2062 E Osceola Pkwy Kissimmee, FL 34743 407-348-8521 $ 3 99 1/4 ChickenW/Beans & Rice 10 a.m. 2 p.m.072513.TNG DELI & BAKERY Lunch Special CC AT EE R ININ G A VA I I LABL E E When Only The Best Will Do! We have specialized in commercial properties & million dollar home owners for years. Now we are offering our expert services to everyone because you deserve the best! Nancy 407-608-0944 Artistic Services Artistic Services $ 95 $ 95 Carpet Cleaning Carpet CleaningWhole House Special Sofa & Loveseat Sofa & Loveseat Expert Tile & Grout Cleaning Expert Tile & Grout Cleaning Area Rugs Area Rugs $ 15 $ 15OFF $ 15 $ 15OFF $ 10 $ 10OFF Dont Replace It... Just Re-face It! BATH TUB & COUNTER TOPSCommercial & Residential Save 70% OFF Replacement Cost $ 199 $ 199 Kitchen Countertop ResurfacingOFF Tub Renishing Tub Renishing Call Today: Mike 407-508-8786Make Everything Look Brand New Again. 072513.TNG CARPET CLEANING Kitchen Countertop Resurfacing $ 100 $ 100 071313.SNG Assisted Living Facility License # 123009309 S. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando, F 32837407-859-7990www.PlantationOaksSeniorLiving.com Presented By Plantation Oaks Senior Living and Y.E.S.S.Benetting Y.E.S.S. and Central Florida Pug Rescue INC. Date: Saturday July 27th, 2013 Time: 10:00am-2:00pm Adopt A Pug!centraloridapugrescue.orgPlease RSVP to: Nora Lowery at 407-859-7990 or by email at mkt.crc.orl@posl.com Join us as local businesses showcase the unique services they provide! Open to the public and their small pets under 35lbs! Food Live Entertainment Blood Pressure Checks Massage Chair Meditation Tai Chi Demonstrations Eye Exams Caricature Drawings Rafes AN dD SO mM U cC H mM O reRE

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Page A8, the growth was achieved in the form of occupancy and average daily rate (ADR, the average cost of a night in a hotel room). By studying it, the industry can get its own clearer picture of how to maximize its tax collections. Is our strategy to grow through ADR? You have to draft tactics to support growth, he said. Weve never looked at the budget that way. Just because it hasnt been done that way doesnt mean the exercise shouldnt be done. We have a lot of data on how we got to 9 percent growth. Ninety percent of it was through ADR. I dont think well be at a 1.7 percent increase, that will be changed. Knight said staff looked at historical data to come up with t he f igures, and that it can monitor tourist tax collections and make quarterly revisions to the projected income figure. This is just a budget, its a flexible, working document, she said. TDC board member Cheryl Grieb acknowledged the growth figure was conservative, but in drafting a budget its prudent to be on the conservative side. Is it too conservative? I dont know, Id have to ask county staffs opinion of that, she said. Experience Kissimmee interim Executive Director Tracy Ward confirmed the numbers from the last 12 months. tourist tax collections are up 9.5 percent in Osceola County; Orange County reported just a 5.8 percent bump, he said. The 6 percent tourist tax collection is broken up into six pennies, siphoned off to pay for different Experience Kissimmee initiatives. The first three pennies go to sales and marketing, the fourth and sixth pennies go to pay for facility operation and debt service for Osceola County Stadium and the rest of Heritage Park and other county facilities. The fifth penny funds meetings and convention incentives. Knight said the sales and marketing budget will be $15.7 million for 2013-14, more than $1 million more than it was in fiscal 201112, and that staff and administrative costs are lower despite higher pension plan costs. Experience Kissimmee also will receive $1.2 million for grants and community support, on par with prior years. Among other b udget highlights, the deputy county manager also noted that grant support for the Veterans Museum ($150,000) in this budget will be the final time tourist tax dollars will be provided to it, unless the County C ommission takes ne w action. Another workshop will be held on this budget in August, she said. TDC and County Commission board m ember M ike Harford said that, with a clear path and plan, business owners should be able to form their own success rather than looking to the county when they dont succeed. Put your best product and price forth for consumers to use. We hear from the same 12 or 15 hoteliers whenever we try to form an identity, he said. In other action from the meeting, the TDC, at the urging of member George Chen, drafted a letter of recommendation for former Experience Kissimmee Executive Director Shelley Maccini, who abruptly left the post in late May. First, I f eel her leaving was orchestrated by the county and the powers that be, Chen said. Second, since her departure we have been searching for a replacement, and if we set the culture of doing that without an exit interview and despite all their good work and their dedication, t hen weve failed as an organization and well have a hard time finding good, strong leadership. Its for our own good. Tourism Continued from Page A-1 Contact Ken Jackson at 321-402-0435 or by email at kjackson@osceolanews gazette.com. 071113.TNGJoan at 352-382-4485 072513.TNG 072513.TNG PUBLIC NOTICEBOARD MEMBER APPLICATIONS SOUGHT The Board of Supervisors is responsible for the oversight and governance of the Tohopekaliga Water Authority which provides water, wastewater, and reclaimed water service to a large portion of Osceola County and small parts of Orange and Polk Counties. Applicants for this seat must be qualied electors within Osceola County and receive water, sewer or reclaimed water service from the Tohopekaliga Water Authority. It is recommended that Board members have backgrounds in business, water resources, surveying, engineering, accounting, nance, other scientic elds, utility or governmental/public service areas. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR INDIVIDUALS TO CONTRIBUTE THEIR TIME AND EFFORTS TO PROVIDE FOR A HEALTHY LOCAL ECONOMY THROUGH A SUCCESSFUL LOCAL UTILITY SYSTEM. If you are willing and able to serve in this capacity, please contact the City Manager at 101 N. Church Street, 5th Floor, Kissimmee, FL 34741, to obtain the required form for submittal of brief biographical information. Alicia Smith 101 N. Church Street, 5th Floor Kissimmee, FL 34741 407-518-2300 072513.TNG 407-518-9820 We Pay The Most For Your Used Gun 072513.TNG G G U U N N S S Concealed Weapons Classes1352 Bill Beck Boulevard KissimmeeOffered in English and Spanish Online... All the Time! www.AroundOsceola.com

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Thursday, July 25, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A9 Signing up Follow us on Twitte r Phelps selects Methodist By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Osceola High guard Josh Phelps will reunite with a former teammate when he joins the Methodist University football program next month after signing to the Fayetteville, N.C. university recently at the high school gym. Phelps, a 6-2, 290pound guard, was an important part of the offensive line that helped OHS reach the Class 7A state semifinals last season. When I visited (Methodist) with my dad (his parents are Brian and Laura Phelps) we liked the school and the coaching staff. It seemed like the right place, Phelps said. Former OHS k icker Cody Ausherman has been at Methodist for the past two seasons and established himself as one of the top kickers in the USA South Conference. Ausherman kicked a 45-yard field goal to tie the game and a 29-yard game winner in overtime to lift the Monarchs over LaGrange College, 26-23, in a game in October. Hes had a good career there, Phelps said. He made a couple of kicks that won games for them last season. Phelps visited a couple of other schools before making his decision, he said. We have family and friends near (Methodist), and my parents feel a little better about it knowing they will be nearby, Phelps said. Its about an hour drive away, so Ill be able to get away from college life every once in a while. Phelps and his fellow linemen helped the Kowboys rush for over 4,000 yards last season. Phelps said Methodist Head Coach C.J. Goss expects him to play guard or center at Methodist, a NCAA Division III program. I dont think there will be much of a change from what I did at Osceola, except that they like to play fast, Phelps said. I think the coaches said that they want to snap the ball eight seconds after its spotted. Phelps plans to major in business. Thats one reason I picked Methodist, they have a good business program, he said. Its not a real big school, its like 2,000 or 3,000 students. I think the (studentteacher) ratio is like 20:1, so you dont feel like this insignificant little speck in a big classroom.Offensive lineman Josh Phelps signs his grant to Methodist University at the Osceola High gym with his parents, Brian and Laura Phelps.Photo/Special to the News-Gazette Osceola Ravens tryoutsThe Osceola Ravens semi-pro football team will play in the Florida Football Alliance early next year. The team will hold tryouts for players who have high school or college ability Aug. 3 and Aug. 24 at Archie Gordon Field in Buenaventua Lakes from 10 a.m. to noon. The fee is $50. Players must be 18 to be eligible. For more information, visit www.osceolaravens. com or call 407-655-8798.SC soccer teams seek playersThe St. Cloud Soccer Club seeks players for its U15 and U16 boys teams. To schedule a tryout, contact Brian Cecil at saintcloudstampede@gmail.com. SC soccer registrationRegistration for the upcoming 2013-14 St. Cloud Soccer Club season is available online at www. stcloudsoccer.com. The age chart and fees are listed on the website. Payment is available online through Visa or MasterCard. C hecks may be mailed. Register at the soccer field Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. or Aug. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For those who are interested in coaching please contact Janice Lavigne at janice.lavigne5@gmail.com. FUNdamentals football campThe City of Kissimmee Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities Department together with USA Football and former Green Bay Packer and Miami Dolphin Brent Fullwood will co-host a Football FUNdamentals camp Aug. 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fortune Road Athletic Complex. The free one-day clinic is designed to introduce children ages 5-18 to football by teaching basic skills in a fun and energetic environment and is supported through a grant from the NFL Foundation. FUNdamentals camp incorporates a series of drills to teach passing, catching and running skills in a non-contact setting. The Fortune Road Athletic Complex is located at 2500 Fortune Road in Kissimmee. For more information, contact Jaime Paul at 407518-2599 or by e-mail at jpaul@kissimmee.org.Osceola Overdrive softballThe Osceola Overdrive youth softball travel program is looking for age 12-under players and coaches for the team. For more information, call Susie Santamaria at 407-572-5688 or email susymsantamaria@yahoo. com.SC Bulldogs youth footballThe St. Cloud Youth Football Bulldogs flag football program is holding registration for the fall season for children ages 4-15. Registration for co-ed and powderpuff leagues is available online at www. scyfbulldogs.com. The fee is $75 for flag football (ages 4-9) and flag cheer. The fee is $175 for tackle football (ages 6-15) and tackle cheer.Celebration marathonThe inaugural Town of Celebration Marathon and Half Marathon will be Jan. 26, 2014. The Celebration race will be a qualifier for the Boston Marathon and will be held on a 13-mile loop through Celebration. Registration has begun. All proceeds benefit scholarships for Osceola County students. or more information, visit celebrationmarathon. com.Orlando Magic hoops campThe Orlando Magic will hold a summer basketball camp at Trinity Lutheran Church at 3016 U.S. Highway 192 in Kissimmee Aug. 5-9. Children ages 7-16 are eligible. Each camp session offers instruction provided by the National Basketball Academy and other top area coaches, personalized attention with a coach (no greater than a 1:10 coachto-camper ratio), drills, skills development and an evaluation. All participants will receive an official camp T-shirt, full-size Magic basketball, commemorativ e certificate of achievement and a ticket to a 2013-14 Orlando Magic home game in the Amway Center. To register call 216-3780932 or go to OrlandoMagicCamps.com. Osceola County Commissioners have been reluctantly drawn into a high-stakes bidding war to keep Grapefruit League baseball alive in Kissimmee. At stake are millions in potential sales tax revenue generated by the thousands of fans who attend Houston Astros games at Osceola County Stadium each spring. The estimates vary, but the Bonn Marketing Research Group of Tallahassee pegs the annual economic impact of spring training in Florida, generated by 15 teams, at about $750 million. Figure that Osceola County probably grabs somewhere between $30 to 40 million of that, based on recent attendance figures. The Astros hav e called Kissimmee their spring home since 1985, but owner Jim Crane seems determined to move the team to Palm Beach Gardens, where he has significant real estate holdings, in 2016, when the Astros lease expires. County officials wisely developed a backup plan to bring the Washington Nationals to Kissimmee. The Nationals will move from their Viera base in 2016 and they have agreed to come if Osceola County will build a new $100 million, 8,600-seat stadium on the Judge Farm property, located across U.S. Highway 192 from the current stadium complex. The hitch is, how is Osceola County going to pay for another baseball stadium? Just 10 years ago, the county remodeled Osceola County Stadium to the tune of about $19 million. The stadium cost around $5.5 million to build in 1985. As an aside, what is it with these Astro-nomical (pun intended) stadium construction costs? A check of the Bureau of Labor Statistics inflation calculator shows that $5.5 million in 1985 is the equivalent of $11.9 million today. So, where is this $100 million price tag for the new stadium complex coming from? Bigger hot dog stands? County tourism officials are rightly concerned about funding a new stadium from tourist tax revenues. The bond issue would swallow about $3 million a year. The state would kick in about $20 million spread over 30 years. The upside is that the Nationals potentially would attract significantly bigger crowds than Houston has produced. Last spring, according to statistics provided by the state, the Astros were in the Grapefruit League attendance cellar by a wide margin at 53,602 over 16 games, an average of just 3,350 per game. The Florida Marlins were the next lowest at 4,300 fans per game. Washington was mid-pack at 85,000 fans over 16 dates, an average of 5,329. The best possible outcome for Osceola County would be to hit the NationalsToronto Blue Jays quinella. The Blue Jays may vacate their Dunedin home after their lease expires in 2017. If Kissimmee can bring in two teams, the picture changes dramatically. The state would up its contribution for the stadium to $50 million, plus there would be twice as many games and much more revenue flowing from the stadium. But, guess who is enticing the Blue Jays to join the Astros in Palm Beach Gardens? Yes, Mr. Crane. This is what they call a mell of a hess. The county commissioners tabled discussion on the matter until their Aug. 19 meeting, to the displeasure of Nationals officials attending last weeks commission meeting. There are many options to consider, among them to downscale the new stadium plans. Another option is to have the Nationals throw some money into the pot, and, at the very least, to ask them to contribute much more than the $550,000 in annual rent that was proposed last week. Perhaps local officials could persuade the Atlanta Braves, based at Disney, to aid their cause. If no team replaces the Astros in Kissimmee, the Braves nearest spring road trip would be at Lakeland, 50 miles away. Osceola County must develop a plan should spring training end in Kissimmee. Osceola County Stadium is an excelSpring baseball in jeopardy Rick PedoneSports Editor Lineman will join former teammate Pride in pursuit of first in NPF Sports briefsSee Column, page A-11 By Rick Pedone Sports Editor The USSSA Pride continues its pursuit of the Chicago Bandits for first place in the National Pro Fastpitch softball standings this week at Osceola County Stadium. The Pride, with six of the top 10 batters in the league, host the Akron Racers (10-18) today for a double-header starting at 5:35 p.m. and again Friday at 7:05 p.m. before welcoming the Bandits for a four-game series starting Sunday. 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Thursday, July 25, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A11 A-11 ColumnContinued from page A-9 Gateway will host recruiting seminar Celebration basketball player Kyle Arzt will play for Erskine College in South Carolina. He signed his scholarship papers recently with his Storm teammates, coaches and athletic director Chris Lavoie (right).Photo/Special to the News-GazetteStorms Arzt joins Erskine College lent facility, centrally located, that is a significant asset. The stadium is booked most of the year for amateur tournaments. Its possible that college and high school baseball tournaments could generate significant room visits to boost the local economy and partially compensate for the loss of Grapefruit League games in February and March. But, make no mistake, having a Major League spring tennant is the best option for Osceola County. Spring training attracts visitors, it brings national exposure, and it provides high paying jobs, some year round. If a new stadium is what is required to keep us in the Grapefruit League, then lets have another round of give and take with the Nationals and make it happen. Stormy weather Sunday as Osterman (11-2) threw a four-hitter. She leads the league with 155 strikeouts. Ashley Charters, Jenn Salling, Gionna DiSalvatore and Krystyn Sandberg each had two hits and multiple RBIs for the Pride. DiSalvatore leads the league with 28 RBIs. Shortstop Natasha Watley (.410) is second in the league in batting behind Chicagos Megan Wiggins (.432). Charters (.397) is third in batting average. Chicago (21-6) swept three games against the Racers last week after one game was rained out and rescheduled for Aug. 8. The Prides series against the Bandits begins Sunday at 7:05 p.m. and continues Monday, also at 7:05 p.m. The series concludes Tuesday with a double-header starting at 5:35 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children. This will be Chicagos last appearance in Kissimmee this season. The teams will meet in Chicago for four games in August to conclude the regular season. Chicago will host the league championship series beginning Aug. 21.PrideContinued from page A-9 By Rick Pedone Sports Editor A college recruiting workshop for Osceola County athletes in grades 8-12 and their parents will be Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. at the Gateway High auditorium. The workshop, called Guiding the College Bound Athlete, will provide information and topics for every student-athlete in middle and high school and their parents to educate and prepare them for opportunities and careers after graduation. Many student-athletes who aspire to play at the college level are not familiar with the ins and outs of academic requirements and eligibility as they need to be in order to pursue their goals. Attendees will receive a free ACT/SAT prep DVD, limit one per family. 071813.TNG 062013.TNG Every Fri. Sat. Sun.OVER 60 BOOTHS4301 W. Vine St. (Hwy 192) Kissimmee, FL 34746(located on Hwy 192 (Vine St.) between Osceola Mall and Wal-mart) www.192fleamarketprices.comCall for Rental Info407-396-4555 The Original 7-Day Flea Market192 Flea Market GARAGE SALE Bring This Coupon to Building G to Receive a FREE gift!NGWe are Osceola Countys best local ea market. Lots of new vendors. Stop by and see for yourself.Open 7 Days a Week 9-6pm Bring the Family & Enjoy the Day With US. Over 400 Booths of New Products with Great Savings! 071813.TNG Weekly Auctions Every Friday @ 7 PM Weekly Auctions Every Friday @ 7 PM AUCTIONS EVERY FRIDAY @ 7 PM!Come Early, Get Good Seats 030713.TNG Lic. #CAC042735 Financing Available Heating ree FRACCA 2588 Boggy Creek Rd. Kissimmee FL 34744407-690-3151 Like Us On Facebook 072513.TNG Window & Door Co.OSCEOLA Celebrating our 25th year in business 407-957-59591235 Hackney Road, St. Cloud, FL 34771 Hurricane Protection Made Easy FREE ESTIMATES! R epEP AI rs RS S t T A rt RT I ng NG A tT $20.00062713.TNG 072513.TNG 072513.TNG 321-805-4781

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BPT) Ah, the hot days of summer when a neighborhood lemonade stand is the perfect place to buy or sell a cold, refreshing drink. While a lemonade stand is a classic summer activity for kids and their parents, its also a great way to help teach children about earning money, building community and expressing creativity. To set a lemonade stand apart and attract neighborhood attention, kids can have the opportunity to show off their personalities and have fun personalizing their business. One example is to offer a sweet and creamy beverage just for adults to enjoy, like International Delight Iced Coffee. After all, they deserve a summer treat too. Lifestyle blogger, Kim Stoegbauer of The TomKat Studio, has teamed with International Delight to create a simple guide parents can download to help their kids punch up their lemonade stands. It includes tips and free printables even a drink calculator to help determine how many drinks you should make for the number of people you expect. Find it at http://www. internationaldelight.com/ summer. Parents can also try these five creative tips to make their booth stand out above the rest. 1. Donate: Donate the proceeds to a local cause. Or encourage people to pay it forward and buy a cup for a fellow neighbor, the local postal worker or dog walker. Advertise this on the booth using large signs and have brochures about the local cause available to hand out to customers. 2. Just add iced coffee: Expand the offerings to include other beverages like refreshing iced coffee Section C REAL ESTATE IN OSCEOLA & SURROUNDING COUNTIES www.aroundosceola.com July 25, 2013 CLASSIFIEDS Pages C5 C7 LEGALS Page C8 The small dip doesn t necessa rily mean rates will continue to fall until they reach the low levels seen earlier this year says Brett Sinnott, dire ct or of secondar y marketing fo r CMG Mo rt gage Group in San Ra mon, Calif T hey are star ting to fall back a little bit as we are past the initial panic, Sinnott says But I think rates are going to stay at these levels at least in the near term . The panic Sinnott re fe rs to star ted in late Ma y, when the F ed Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Fed was preparing to reduce the pace of its bond-purchasing program later this year The F ed spends about $85 billion a month in the purchases of mort gage-backed securities and Tr easury bonds in this quantitative easing program, kn own as QE3. These purchases have helped keep a lid on mor tgage rates. Bernanke tried to calm the markets this week when he told Congress that the Fe d remains committed to providing economic stimulus until the economy needs it and Mo rt gage tip:On average yo u ll spend 2.5 percent to 3 percent of your home s value annually on upkeep repairs and maintenance .Mo rt gage Ne ws So ur ce : Ba nk ra te .c om 2013 3.73 3.73 3.60 4.14 4.56 2/27/20134 /3/20135 /8/20136 /12/20137/17/20133.25 3.50 3.75 4.00 4.25 4.50 4.75 Ad justable rate mo rt gages So ur ce : Ba nk ra te .c om 2013 2.97 3.02 2.94 3.21 3.04 2.68 2.72 2.64 3.00 3.56 2/27/20134/3/20135/8/20136/12/20137/17/20132.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 3.75 1 yr ARM 5/1 ARM Bankr ate National Tr end s L ocal Mo rt gage Rate sInstitution Phone Ra te Orig Disc. Lock APR Ra te Orig. Disc. Lock APRThese are largest area rates that banks and thri ft s were charging W ednesda y. For additional Florida area rates visit www .bank rate.com Po lyana da Co rate.comBank rate mor tgage updateMo rt gage rates retreated slightly this week as the Federal Reserv e tried to calm ers who have watched rates jump by more than a percentage point in recent week s. percent last week kr ate.com national sur vey of large lenders. The mor tgages in this week s surv ey had an average total of 0.31 discount and origination point s. One year ago that rate stood at 3.78 percent. Four weeks ag o, it was 4.12 percent. lows at 3.52 percent on May 1. with 3.75 percent last week. The benchmark 5/1 adjustabl erate mo rt gage fe ll to fe ll to 4.71 percent from 4.82 percent.In almost all cases the rate is based on a lock-in period of 30 to 60 days owers should review how the rates are calculated and inquire about additional closing costs such as appraisal fees and title searches NA means rate quotes not available on sur v ey date Ra tes are based on a loan amount of $165,000 to $417,000 with a 20 pe rc ent down payment. 800-432-1000 4.500 0.00 0.55 60 4.614 3.625 0.00 0.47 60 3.809 SunT 800-273-7827 5.490 1.00 0.20 60 5.628 4.490 1.00 0.20 60 4.717 STUFF FINDER HOME FINDER AUTO FINDER INSIDE TODAYS HOMEFINDERCLASSIFIEDSCLASSIFIEDS JOB FINDER WASHINGTON Builder confidence in the market for newly built, single-family homes rose six points to 57 on the National Association of Home Builders/ Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) for July, released last week. This is the indexs third consecutive monthly gain and its strongest reading since January of 2006. Todays report is particularly encouraging in that it shows improvement in builder confidence across every region as well as solid gains in current sales conditions, traffic of prospective buyers and sales expectations for the next six months, noted NAHB Chairman Rick Judson, a home builder from Charlotte, N.C. However, he cautioned that This positive momentum could be disrupted by threats on the policy side, particularly with regard to the mortgage interest deduction and federal support for the housing finance system. Builders are seeing more motivated buyers coming through their doors as the inventory of existing homes for sale continues to tighten, noted NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe. Meanwhile, as the infrastructure that supplies home building returns, some previously skyrocketing building material costs have begun to soften. Derived from a monthly survey that NAHB has been conducting for 25 years, the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index gauges builder perceptions of current single-family home sales and sales expectations for the next six months as good, fair or poor. The survey also asks builders to rate traffic of prospective buyers as high to very high, average or low to very low. Scores from each component are then used to calculate a seasonally adjusted index where any number over 50 indicates that more builders view conditions as good than poor. All three HMI components posted gains in July. The component gauging current sales conditions rose five points to 60 its highest level since early 2006. Meanwhile, the component gauging sales expectations in the next six months gained seven points to 67 and the component gauging traffic of prospective buyers rose five points to 45 marking the strongest readings for each since late 2005. All four regions also posted gains in their HMI scores three-month moving averages. The Northeast showed a four-point gain to 40 while the Midwest reported an eightpoint gain to 54, the South posted a fivepoint gain to 50 and the West measured a three-point gain to 51. Housing declines Nationwide housing starts declined 9.9 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 836,000 units in June as construction of multifamily buildings slowed following recent months of strong activity in that sector, according to newly released figures from HUD and the U.S. Census Bureau. Meanwhile, the pace of single-family production held fairly even, with a decline of less than one percentage point. While demand for new homes and apartments has grown considerably over the past year, builders are still being very careful not to get ahead of the market, and todays report reflects that cautious approach, said Rick Judson, Chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a home builder from Charlotte, N.C. The large dip in multifamily production in June follows a boost of activity in May, and is consistent with the volatility that has come to characterize that sector as well as the uneven pace of the housing recovery, noted NAHB Chief Economist David Crowe. That said, the fact that single-family starts and permits both rose in three out of four regions in June is a positive sign thats in keeping with our forecast as well as recent Photo/BrandpointBuilder confidence in new home construction went up six percent in JuLY. H OMEFINDER H OMEFINDERBuilder confidence rises in July Photo/BrandpointSummer is the perfect time to create frontyard business opportunities for kids, such as revamping the old lemonade stand into an updated version. to appeal to parents. International Delight Iced Coffee offers a variety of authentic coffeehouse flavors and light options for an ice cold pick-me-up that suits every taste. The multi-serve half gallon is a great starter size for a lemonade booth. Of course, the iced coffee is just for the adults, and not for the kids, so make sure nobody sneaks a sip. Take a photo of your standout lemonade stand and post it on social channels, such as Instagram or Twitter, with the tag @indelight #IcedCoffeeLove. 3. Promote: Build a marketing campaign for the booth, a great way to meet the neighbors. Your children can create signs to advertise the booth at corners around the neighborhood, directing traffic to the stand. Tell your friends on your private Facebook page or through a text message or email. 4. Timing is everything : Encourage k ids to r esearch events coming up that would have good foot traffic moving past their lemonade stand. For example fairs, baseball games, street festivals and outdoor concerts are great options for good sales. 5. Incentivize: Create incentive programs to keep children interested in their business throughout the summer. If they choose to donate the earnings, plan a special trip to the organization to drop off the check. Or if they are saving up to purchase something special, establish a Money Earned chart showing how close they are to their goal. In addition to raising funds, lemonade stands are great for social gatherings in a neighborhood. You can visit with your neighbors over a tasty beverage and your young entrepreneurs will learn valuable lessons from this summers lemonade stand experience to last a lifetime.Making summer fun teach your kids life lessons See Builder, page C-3

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Q: Due to a recent death, I have inherited a house filled with antiques and collectibles. Although I need to liquidate the estate, I have no idea of values. What do you suggest? -Cynthia, Soulard, Mo. A: I went through this same situation when my mother died several years ago. She had lived in the same house for a number of decades and had filled it with almost everything imaginable. My sister and I were overwhelmed. We began by contacting and hiring a good certified appraiser so we had a better idea of what to keep, what to sell and what to discard. That is, perhaps, what you should do first. Dont rely on a neighbor or someone who claims they know about antiques and collectibles, but a certified appraiser. The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) is one of the leading groups in this country and can help you find certified professionals near you. Contact is 11109 Sunset Hills Rd., Suite 310, Reston, VA 20190, 800-272-8358. To underscore the importance of hiring an appraiser, let me share a story. Several weeks ago, a reader contacted me with four older rugs. She had been offered $1,500 for the four rugs but suspected they might be worth more. She hired an appraiser, who discovered the rugs were Navajo and from the 1920s. To cut to the chase, her rugs were valued at $35,000, not the $1,500 she had been offered. Although an appraisal is not free, it can be an extremely valuable investment in the long run. *** Q: I recently purchased a piece of Hull pottery at a yard sale. It is a 9-inch vase in the Mardi Gras pattern. What can you tell me about this pattern, and is it worth more than the $35 I paid for it. -Betty, Tyler, Texas A: The vases were originally created for chain stores and florists, according to Warmans Hull Pottery: Identification and Price Guide by David Doyle. Most of the pieces Ive seen are identified with a sticker, not the usual impression in the mold. 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Adjusting a pilot light Q: I have an older gas furnace in my home upstairs that works very well, but I havent had it maintained it in a few years. I think the pilot light looks weak, but theres no setting for a higher flame. How can I improve the pilot light flame? -Nancy in Buffalo, N.Y. A: There is a way to control the height of the pilot light flame. Next to the Pilot indicator on the furnaces control switch, there is a small screw located near the pilot light-thermocouple assembly. Ill typically shine a small flashlight and use a magnifying glass to read the imprinted type on the control housing to make sure thats the right screw. With the pilot light burning, use a Phillips-head screwdriver to carefully turn the screw one way and then the other, watching the pilot light to see if it gets stronger or weaker. The flame should be angling toward a nearby object that looks like a small vertical pipe: This is called the thermocouple, an important safety device. If the pilot light goes out, the thermocouple detects it and shuts the valve supplying gas to the pilot. The pilot flame should touch the thermocouple at a specific level. If the flame is blue and weak, and barely reaches the thermocouple, it needs to be stronger. If it extends well above the thermocouple, its too strong. If the flame covers the top of the thermocouple and burns steadily with a yellow tip, thats just about right. What if the pilot light wont stay lighted? If the assembly looks OK, turn off the gas supply at the nearest valve and try heating the thermocouple using a match for about 30 seconds to a minute. Then relight the pilot. If that doesnt work, replace the thermocouple by carefully unscrewing it from the control housing using an open-ended wrench, being careful not to ding or bend the supply pipe or the pilot-light assembly. Install a new thermocouple by screwing it in, heating it up a bit, and then lighting the pilot. Keep in mind that this task can be a little frustrating, because youre almost always working in a cramped, hard-toaccess spot. Be patient and take frequent breaks if necessary, rather than compromise safety or damage the unit. HOME TIP: Make sure you know exactly where the main shutoffs for your homes gas, water and electrical supply are located, and that you know how to turn them off in an emergency. Send your questions or home tips to ask@thisisahammer. com. My new e-book, Best Home Tips, is available to download on Amazon Kindle! Pick it up it today for just 99 cents. (c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. By Samantha Mazzottasurveys in which single-family builders have registered an increasingly positive outlook. The annualized rate of multifamily production declined 26.2 percent to 245,000 units in June after a 28.2 percent gain in the previous month. Meanwhile, single-family construction slipped by a marginal 0.8 percent to a 591,000unit pace. 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Page C4, 4 DEAR PAWS CORNER: Were headed off on vacation, and I would like my cat to be cared for during the two weeks were gone. I dont know a reliable pet sitter whom I can trust to come into my house. Is there such a thing as kennels for cats? -June in New Orleans DEAR JUNE: There are boarding facilities that will take cats as well as other pets. I prefer to use facilities that are exclusively for cats, but not everyone has that option available in their area. Still, call around to several facilities. Even if none cater just to cats, look for one that has a living and play area completely segregated from other types of pets. One of my favorite places offered each cat a private cubby with scratching post and shelf. There were no bars or fence grates. Instead, each cubby had a clear plastic door so caretakers could see each cat, and a one-way-glass wall with a view of a park. During the day, they were taken to a common area to socialize with other cats, and the facility was attached to a veterinarians office. Contrast that with a boarding facility I found in another region when trying to board my cat. It was mainly for dogs, with a small room full of metal cages for other pets, including cats, rabbits and so on. The pets all looked stressed out, especially as the constant barking from the dogs play area reverberated into their living area. Thats why its important to personally visit each facility youre considering, so you get a feel of the place. Itll help make the experience better for your cat. If you cant find one that works, please reconsider the pet sitter. Send your questions or comments to ask@pawscorner.com. Did you know mosquitoes can transmit heartworm larvae to dogs, but fleas dont? Find out more in my new book Fighting Fleas, available now on Amazon. (c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. Boarding your cat during vacationFive reasons to install a ceiling fan in every room (NewsUSA) From summertime cool-downs to winter-ready temperature maintenance, ceiling fans deliver powerful environmental effects for every room. They are decorating essentials, too, helping to complete the look of a room. The American Lighting Association (ALA) offers the following reasons to consider a new ceiling fan. 1. Ceiling fans help you stay comfortable. A room with a ceiling fan sees a huge difference in the amount of air moved (otherwise known as CFM or cubic feet per minute), which can create a breeze that makes the ambient temperature feel eight degrees cooler than it actually is. That can save homeowners as much as 40 percent on their air conditioning bills. CFM, which ranges from 2,000 to 10,000, may be more important than motor size. Choose a 48to 52-inch-wide fan with about 4,500 CFM. 2. Ceiling fans add beauty. Far from a limited palette of decorating choices, ceiling fan varieties have expanded by the hundreds, with manufacturers creating designs that are nearly as personalized as a one-of-a-kind paint swatch. 3. Ceiling fans can be sized to every space. For general guidance, use these measurements: a. Small Room (0-75 square feet) means a 36-inch diameter fan. b. Small/Medium Room (76-144 square feet) means a 4250 inch diameter fan. c. Medium Room (144-225 square feet) means a 52-54 inch diameter fan. d. Large Room (225-400 square feet) means a 54-72 inch diameter fan. e. Great Room (400-plus square feet) requires more than one fan, each being 52-72 inches. 4. Ceiling fans work year-round. During the winter months, you can increase energy ef ciency by running your ceiling fan in reverse on low speed. Hot air rises, and the fans winter ow circulates warm air downward. 5. Ceiling fans have the latest technology in place. Brushless Direct Current ceiling fan motors consume just 18-33 watts of energy. That is less than $.01 per hour, using standard electric costs. Some fans have circuit boards and optic sensors that adjust to run faster or slower, depending on the weight of the blade installed, and most come with wall or hand-held controls. Visit your local ALA-member retail showroom to see the newest products and talk to an expert about the ceiling fans that are most appropriate and energy ef cient for your space. To nd your closest ALA-member lighting showroom, visit AmericanLightingAssoc.com.By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR With summer well under way, we are spending more time on our decks and boats. Many of you have celebrations and parties scheduled in the next couple of months. And, even if you dont, sitting by the poolside with a glass of chilled white wine is appealing. Are we right? Hot temperatures call for simple wines that can be chilled without impacting their flavors. Thankfully, these wines dont have to be expensive. If you prefer cold pastas, fruit plates, veggie trays, salads and the like, chilled white wines will do well. One wine you should consider is Soave in the Veneto region of northeast Italy. The Soave made in the plains is inexpensive, simple and not very complex. Those soaves made on hillsides are of better quality, but come at a higher price. These wines are called either Classico Superiore DOCG or Colli Scaligeri Superiore DOCG. The difference may be the amount of trebbiano toscano grapes that are n the blend this is a variety not allowed in DOCG wines. The common grape variety used in all Soave is garganega. Italy produces more than Soave. Pinot grigio continues to grow in popularity and varieties like greco, arneis, verdicchio and vernaccia offer very crisp, refreshing wines for summer quaffing. Here are several white wines, including soaves, we recommend for backyard sipping: Cantina di Soave Re Midas Soave 2012 ($10). Great value, simple and fresh. Made entirely from garganega grapes. Cantini di Soave Rocca Sveva Soave Classico 2012 ($16). Nice dimension in this step-up from a common soave. Made entirely from garganega grapes, it sports apple notes and crisp acidity. Inama Vin Soave Soave Classico DOC 2011 ($15). Elegant profile with a flowery nose and mineral and almond notes mingled with apple flavors. Inama Vigneti di Foscarino 2010 ($24). The aromas are more assertive in this interesting soave. Honey and elder flower notes are followed by apple and mineral flavors. Aia Vecchia Vermentino Maremma Toscana IGT 2011 ($11). Composed entirely of vermentino grapes, this refreshing wine has grass and grapefruit flavors and a medium body to make it a nice sipping wine. Terras Gauda O Rosal 2012 ($24). We loved the tantalizing flavors of this Spanish blend of albarino, l oureiro and caino blanco grapes. From the Rias Baixas region that brings us the wonderful albarinos, this wine has generous peach and baked apple notes with a dash of pine and mineral. It would be great with crab and other seafood dishes. Atalon Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2012 ($20). This is a vibrant, crisp sauvignon blanc that would do well as an aperitif or with appetizers. Citrus notes abound with a dash of mineral. Waterstone Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2012 ($18). Lemon and tangerine flavors characterize this quaffable sauvignon blanc. Good balance and nice herbal notes keep it interesting. Stonestreet Terrace Ridge Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc 2011 ($35). This Bordeaux-style blend is a tantalizing spin on sauvignon blanc. Using mountain-grow grapes, it has a range of aromas and flavors. Fig, mango and lemongrass are just a few. Bonterra Sauvignon Blanc 2012 ($15). One of the early and most reliable organic wine producers in California, Bonterra continues to knock out a beautiful sauvignon blanc year after year. The fruit is drawn from Lake and Mendocino counties. A dash of muscat and chardonnay is added to the blend to give it some roundness and dimension. Grapefruit and melon notes highlight the wine. Benziger Family Winery Sauvignon Blanc 2012 ($15). Expect to find lots of bright citrus aromas and the classic grapefruit flavors in this wonderful North Coast sauvignon blanc.Simple Chilled Wines Coming Next Saturday, in the... AroundOsceola.com PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT: INDUSTRY FINDINGS REVEAL 7 COSTLY MISTAKES HOMESELLERS MUST AVOID WHEN SELLINGIMPORTANT INDUSTRY FINDINGS REVEALED IN FREE REPORTFree information package identified the 7 most deadly errors homesellers make: how to spot them, how much they could cost you, and how to avoid them.To receive this free report call:1-800-281-5303 ID# 1000or visit: www.want2sellnow.comConsumer info supplied by FrontGate Realty Not intended to solicit properties currently listed for sale. Copyright 2013.No Paper? 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;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ rnff+=5/+<= .+B<,/08;/B8>;<-2/.>5/. -8>;=+99/+;+7-/8; 366/.3+=/5B>987;/-/3?371=23< 78=303-+=38730=2/=36/,/08;/ =2/<-2/.>5/.+99/+;+7-/3< 5/<<=2+7 +;/2/+;3718;?83-/369+3;/. -+55b ,"H?Lbfr ( $& $$!&&b($ GGBEA8LF9BE(?4 *B47bBEG$4H78E74?8b$ f ,8?ttfff Kttffr +8EI<685L8@4J b4GC4:8F4A7bB9G;8 (H5?<6*86BE7FB9'F68B?4 BHAGLb?BE<74n ALC8EFBA6?4<@+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387=89+;=3-39+=/ 37=23<9;8-//.371B8>+;/ /7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8B8>=8 =2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>
;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ rnff+=5/+<= .+B<,/08;/B8>;<-2/.>5/. -8>;=+99/+;+7-/8; 366/.3+=/5B>987;/-/3?371=23< 78=303-+=38730=2/=36/,/08;/ =2/<-2/.>5/.+99/+;+7-/3< 5/<<=2+7 +;/2/+;3718;?83-/369+3;/. -+55b ,"H?Lbfr ( $& $$!&&b($ GGBEA8LF9BE(?4 *B47bBEG$4H78E74?8b$ f ,8?ttfff Kttffr +8EI<685L8@4B9 G;8+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=23<9;8-//.371 B8>+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<387<80-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;=.6373<=;+=387+=f 8>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ r(/5/9287/nf f@3=237=@8f@8;4371 .+B<80B8>;;/-/39=80=23< ./<-;3,/.78=3-/30B8>+;/ 2/+;3718;?83-/369+3;/.-+55 nnb ,4G#B9G;86BHEGb E@4A7B*4@+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=2/+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>
;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ r(/5/9287/nf f+=5/+<=.+B<,/08;/ B8>;<-2/.>5/.-8>;= +99/+;+7-/8;366/.3+=/5B >987;/-/3?371=23<78=303-+=387 30=2/=36/,/08;/=2/<-2/.>5/. +99/+;+7-/3<5/<<=2+7 .+B<30B8>+;/?83-/369+3;/. -+55=8;/+-2=2/ (/5/-866>73-+=387<&/5+B '/;?3-/b ,BAG;*7n +HF;4??B998E9BEF4?8G;8 9B??BJb(4:8bB9G;8(H5?<6 *86BE7FB9'F68B?4BHAGLb ?BE<74bJ8 BHEGb#AB?4G8EG;4A f74LF49G8EG;8F4?8n 0B8>+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=23<9;8-//.371 B8>+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;=.6373<=;+=387+=f 8>;=28>+;/ 3<<366//58;3.+r (/5/9287/nff @3=237=@8f@8;4371.+B<80 B8>;;/-/39=80=23<./<-;3,/. 78=3-/b0B8>+;/2/+;3718; ?83-/369+3;/.-+55nn b ,;5(b-45/B (-$,n !&#$bFDn ?BE<74Ef C;?8LG4L?BEt64E?Fn6B@ ,$'**$+b(nn rf&n/8FG@BAG8E4, &#' &/1'*#b+ +-++'*t!&t!&,*+, ,'"(%'*& + &#b&nnb+,*-+, '**+,*&+++, #+-*!,!+b* +,*&+$,t,*-+,b %'*,(++t *'*,!!,+b +*!+fftrb (?4b(4:8b4F 4@8A7875Lb (4:8rb4F4@8A7875L +8I8AG;@8A7@8AGGB 86?4E4Gb (4:8rb(H5?<6*86BE7FB9 'F68B?4BHAGLb?BE<74n ,B:8G;8EJ*B47bBEG $4H78E74?8b$fb4A7G;8 9J5.78 5+=/;=2+7;=< .3<+,353=B-88;.37+=8;+=8>;= .6373<=;+=387+=(@8 8>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//!r (/5/9287/nffb0 2/+;3718;?83-/369+3;/. -87=+-=(nn ?3+;3.+&/5+B'B<=/6b /!,&++%1 && +$'+!'-*,BAG; "H?Lrbbfr !&, !*-!,'-*,' G;"-!!$!*-!,b !&&'*'+'$ '-&,1b$'*!n !.!$!.!+!'& +frffr%n "(%'*& +&#b &,!'&$++'!,!'& +-++'*1%** ,' + '%!&&b $$ (?4Jrb(4:8FrrbB9G;8 (H5?<6*86BE7FB9'F68B?4 BHAGLb?BE<74n ALC8EFBA6?4<@+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387=89+;=3-39+=/ 37=23<9;8-//.371B8>+;/ /7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8B8>=8 =2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ rnff+=5/+<= .+B<,/08;/B8>;<-2/.>5/. -8>;=+99/+;+7-/8; 366/.3+=/5B>987;/-/3?371=23< 78=303-+=38730=2/=36/,/08;/ =2/<-2/.>5/.+99/+;+7-/3< 5/<<=2+7 +;/2/+;3718;?83-/369+3;/. -+55b ,"H?Lbfr ( $& $$!&&b($ GGBEA8LF9BE(?4 *B47bBEG$4H78E74?8b$ f ,8?ttfff Kttffr +8EI<685L8@4 %,, // $&b4> %,, /,n/ $&b8G4?nb A74AGF ,BG;89B??BJ4 %,, // $&b4>4 %,, /,n/ $& ff+/A7I8 '64?4b$ %,,/ $&b4>4 %,, // $&b4>4 %,, /,n/ $&b' *!+,'( *#&b +)n ff+/A7I8AH8 '64?4b$ 1'-*&',!!G;4G4A 46Grb(4:8Fr 4A7rbB9G;8(H5?<6*86BE7F B9'F68B?4BHAGLb?BE<74n 4>f&8JGBAGb +4B9G;B9G;8AJABJ4A 4GGBEA8LbLBH@4L64??4A 4GGBEA8LE898EE4?F8EI<68BE4 ?8:4?4<7B99<68?n ,;+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=23<9;8-//.371 B8>+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>
;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ rnff+=5/+<= .+B<,/08;/B8>;b<-2/.>5/. -8>;=+99/+;+7-/8; 366/.3+=/5B>987;/-/3?371=23< 78=303-+=38730=2/=36/,/08;/ =2/<-2/.>5/.+99/+;+7-/3< 5/<<=2+7.+B<30B8>+;/ 2/+;371369+3;/.-+55b /!,&++@L;4A74A7G;8 F84?B9G;B9G;8BHEG5L L t "H?Lrbbfr !&, !*-!,!.!$ '-*,', &!&, "-!!$!*-!,' $'*!b!&&'* '+'$'-&,1n !.!$!.!+!'& +&Bnfrtt%n B9 G;8BHEGJfb/!&%!$$ ('!&,t-&!,b466BE7rfb(4:8F4A7 bB9G;8(H5?<6*86BE7FB9 'F68B?4BHAGLb?BE<74n 4A76B@@BA?L>ABJA4Fr /+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.< +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=23<9;8-//.371< B8>+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;=.6373<=;+=387+=f 8>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ r(/5/9287/nf f@3=237=@8f@8;4371 .+B<80B8>;;/-/39=80=23< ./<-;3,/.78=3-/30B8>+;/ 2/+;3718;?83-/369+3;/.-+55 nnb ,BAG;4, &#' &/1'*#b+,*-+, '* *,!!, '$*+' /$,b!A6nb$,*&,!. $'&,*-+,fft'b %'*,(++t *'*,!!,+b +*!+fft'b (?4rb(4:8Frfbrf4A7 rfb(H5?<6*86BE7FB9 'F68B?4BHAGLb?BE<74n ;4F588A9B9G;+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=2/+;//7=3=5/. +=78-8<==8B8>=8=2/ 9;8?3<38780-/;=+37+<<3<=+7-/b %5/+;= .6373<=;+=387+=f8>;=28>+;/'>3=/rnn 3<<366//58;3.+r (/5/9287/nff @3=237=@8f@8;4371.+B<80 B8>;;/-/39=80=23<./<-;3,/. 78=3-/30B8>+;/2/+;3718; ?83-/369+3;/.-+55nn b ,BA"H?Lbfrn *%&'*%!*2 +$*#', '-*, L t *'*, #n',+'&b8G4?nb A74AGFn &',!!+ *1!.& CHEFH4AGGB4B9G;8BHEGbJ+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37+-8>;= 9;8-//.3718;/?/7=B8>+;/ /7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8B8>=8 =2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+7=B 88;.37+=8; 8>;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>
;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//!r nff+An rn+=5/+<=.+B< ,/08;/B8>;<-2/.>5/.-8>;= +99/+;+7-/8;366/.3+=/5B >987;/-/3?37178=303-+=38730 =2/=36/,/08;/=2/<-2/.>5/. -8>;=+99/+;+7-/3<5/<<=2+7 .+B+;/2/+;3718; ?83-/369+3;/.-+55=8 ;/+-2=2/(/5/-866>73-+=387< &/5+B'/;?3-/b ,G;B9BHEG J+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=23<9;8-//.371 B8>+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366// 58;3.+rnff +=5/+<=.+B<,/08;/B8>; <-2/.>5/.-8>;=+99/+;+7-/ 8;366/.3+=/5B>987;/-/3?371 =23<78=303-+=38730=2/=36/ ,/08;/=2/<-2/.>5/. +99/+;+7-/3<5/<<=2+7 .+B<30B8>+;/2/+;3718; ?83-/369+3;/.-+55b ALC8EFBA6?4<@b(4:8b(H5?<6 *86BE7FB9'F68B?4BHAGLb ?BE<74n !&, !*-!,'-*,' G;"-!!$!*-!,b !&&'*'+'$ '-&,1b$'*!n +&Bnfrttf%n "(%'*& +&#b &,!'&$++'!,!'&b +-++'*!&!&,*+, 1(-* +*'% *$('+!, !&+-*&'*('*,!'& +*!.*' /+ !&,'&%-,-$ &#b9>4/+ !&,'& %-,-$&#bnnb (?4rfb(4:8GBbB9 G;8(H5?<6*86BE7FB9'F68B?4 BHAGLb?BE<74n ;4F588A9*B47bBEG$4H78E74?8b $f4A79B9G;8BHEGb J9BEGJB 6BAF86HGF+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37+-8>;= 9;8-//.371B8>+;//7=3=5/.+= 78-8<==8B8>=8=2/ 9;8?3<387<80-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ r(/5/9287/nf f+=5/+<=4, &#' &/1'*#b+,*-+, '* *,!!, '$*+' /+b!&nb++,t #*,!!,+b +*!+fftb (?4B9BHEG Jb4G (4:8rbB9G;8(H5?<6*86BE7F !&, !*-!,'-*, '*'+'$ '-&,1b$'*! !.!$!.!+!'& +&'nrrtt%n &#'%*!b&nnb +-++'*%** ,' '%$'&+ +*.!!&b$(b (?4B9 G;8+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=23<9;8-//.371 B8>+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;=+=nff@3=237 =@8f@8;4371.+B<80B8>; ;/-/39=80=23<./<-;3,/.78=3-/ 30B8>+;/2/+;3718;?83-/ 369+3;/.-+5558;3.+&/5+B '/;?3-/+=nnb ,4G#4 '-&,*1/! '% $'&++*.!!&b$n(nb (?4 +*n&*!,b8G4?nb A74AGFn *t&',!!+ *1 !.&CHEFH4AGGB4A'E78E E4AG4 '-&,*1/! '% $'&++*.!!&b$n(nb4+*n &*!,b8G4?nb4E8 898A74AGFbG;86?8E>JrbB9 -&.&,-*$#+ -&!,rfb4FC8E(?4GG;8E8B94F E86BE787b(4:8 rG;EBH:;bB9G;8(H5?<6 *86BE7FB9'F68B?4BHAGLb ?BE<74n ALC8EFBA6?4<@+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387=89+;=3-39+=/ 37=23<9;8-//.371B8>+;/ /7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8B8>=8 =2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;= .6373<=;+=387$<-/85+ 8>7=B8>;=28>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ rnff+=5/+<= .+B<,/08;/B8>;<-2/.>5/. -8>;=+99/+;+7-/8; 366/.3+=/5B>987;/-/3?371=23< 78=303-+=38730=2/=36/,/08;/ =2/<-2/.>5/.+99/+;+7-/3< 5/<<=2+7 +;/2/+;3718;?83-/369+3;/. -+55b ,BAG; *B47bBEG$4H78E74?8b$ f ,8?8C;BA8ttfff Kttffr L t*B47b+HB9G;+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.<+7B +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=2/+;//7=3=5/. +=78-8<==8B8>=8=2/ 9;8?3<38780-/;=+37+<<3<=+7-/b %5/+;= .6373<=;+=387+=f8>;=28>+;/'>3=/rnn 3<<366//58;3.+r (/5/9287/nff @3=237=@8f@8;4371.+B<80 B8>;;/-/39=80=23<./<-;3,/. 78=3-/30B8>+;/2/+;3718; ?83-/369+3;/.-+55nn b ,BA"H?Lbfrn *%&'*%!* F$*#', '-*, L t rrtf "H?Lrbbfr B9'F68B?4BHAGLb?BE<74n ALC8EFBA6?4<@+;/+9/;<87@3=2+ .3<+,353=B@287//.< +--8668.+=387378;./;=8 9+;=3-39+=/37=23<9;8-//.371 B8>+;//7=3=5/.+=78-8<==8 B8>=8=2/9;8?3<38780-/;=+37 +<<3<=+7-/b%5/+;=.6373<=;+=387+=f 8>;=28>+;/'>3=/ rnn 3<<366//58;3.+ r(/5/9287/nf f+=5/+<=.+B<,/08;/ B8>;<-2/.>5/.-8>;= +99/+;+7-/8;366/.3+=/5B >987;/-/3?371=23<78=303-+=387 30=2/=36/,/08;/=2/<-2/.>5/. +99/+;+7-/3<5/<<=2+7 .+B<30B8>+;/2/+;3718; ?83-/369+3;/.-+55b ?47FGBA8$4JEBHCb(nn GGBEA8L9BE(?4*B47 +H<;+="+7<88; &-+*,%&+''*bFDn ?BE<74E&Bnrrf 'HEF8rtfff "H?Lrbbfr ,/08;/B8>;<-2/.>5/.-8>;= +99/+;+7-/8;366/.3+=/5B >987;/-/3?371=23<78=303-+=387 30=2/=36/,/08;/=2/<-2/.>5/. +99/+;+7-/3<5/<<=2+7+;/2/+;3718; ?83-/369+3;/.-+55b ,"H?Lbfrn *%&'*%!* $*#'!*-!,'-*, L tB9G;8BHEG ,)5*740,5+)(61r (;8?4A 4??*B47b BEG$4H78E74?8b$f ( r "H?Lrbbfr

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Section B Go to www.aroundosceola.com for all St. Cloud news July 25, 2013 Including: oinciana L For their heroic actions in rescu ing a man from a burning home in January, two local law enforcement officers were recognized statewide for their exemplary service. The Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police named Osceola County Sheriffs Sgt. Brad Butler and Deputy Scott Koffinas the 2013 law enforcement officers of the year. Each year, the Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police accepts nominations from police departments and sheriffs offices across the state to recognize law enforcement officers for exemplary service, valor and dedication to the profession and the community they serve. Recently at its annual meeting, Florida State Lodge President James Preston presented the award to Butler and Koffinas during the lodges general session held in St. Pete Beach. They were selected as the Osceola County Sheriffs Office nomination based on a life-saving incident that occurred in January of this year. First to arrive at a structure fire, Butler and Koffinas rescued a 50-year-old man from a smoke filled apartment. The man had a previous brain injury, which made it difficult for him to communicate and it was apparent he would not have been able to escape the apartment, which was on fire without assistance. The man was treated at the hospital for smoke inhalation and has since fully recovered from the incident. In February, Sheriff Bob Hansell also presented both deputies with the Sheriffs Office Life Saving Award for their heroic actions. Butler has been a member of the Sheriffs Office since 2003 and currently works in the Patrol Division. Koffinas started at the Sheriffs Office in 2006 and works in the Special Operations Division. The Fraternal Order of Police is the worlds largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers, with more than 325,000 members in more than 2,100 lodges.Osceola County deputies named officers of the year Submitted PhotoFrom left are Osceola County Sheriffs Office Deputy Scott Koffinas, Sheriff Bob Hansell and Sgt. Brad Butler. Koffinas and Butler were named law enforcement officers of the year by the Florida State Lodge Fraternal Order of Police for saving a mans life.Several charities and students in the Kissimmee area will receive monetary awards during the 20th Annual Convention of the Supreme Council of America, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rites Masons and the Supreme Grand Chapter of America, Order of the Eastern Star, Inc., at the Embassy Suites, 4955 Kyngs Heath Road. The awards banquet is from 7 to 11 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15. More than 400 members are expected to attend. Each year, all grand chapters and grand lodges come together to make contributions to charitable organizations, in the city in which the annual convention is held, college students, as well as to widows and orphans. Since 1993, the Supreme Grand Council and Supreme Grand Chapter has contributed $600,000 dollar to scholarships and $300,000 to various charities. To date 70 college students are receiving financial assistance. Keynote Speaker: Justice Peggy A. Quince moved to Florida in 1978 and opened a law office in Bradenton, where she practiced general civil law until 1980. In February of 1980, Quince began her tenure with the Attorney Generals Office, Criminal Division. As an assistant attorney general she handled numerous appeals in the Second District Court of Appeal, the Florida Supreme Court, including death penalty cases, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. Her 13-plus tenure at that office included five years as the Tampa bureau chief. Presently, Justice Quince is on the executive counsel of the Appellate Section of The Florida Bar and is the Supreme Court liaison to the Small Claims Rules Committee and the Supreme Court Library Committee. In 1993, Quince became the first African-American female to be appointed to one of the district courts of appeal with her appointment by Gov. Lawton Chiles to the Second District Court of Appeal to a term effective January 4, 1994. She was retained in office by the electorate in November 1996. On Dec. 8, 1998, Quince was appointed by Chiles and Governor-elect Jeb Bush to the Florida Supreme Court.Kissimmee area charities, students to benefit from annual conventionYoung Friends of the Osceola County Historical Society recently selected two recipients to receive their annual scholarship. We were able to award two scholarships this year due to the overwhelming support of our annual Young Friends Pub Crawl through Downtown Kissimmee. We hope to continue the growth of this program each year, said Kelly Trace, co-chair for Young Friends of the Osceola County Historical Society. Kevin Schneider and Haili Seabourn, both 2013 graduates of Osceola High School, were awarded the groups scholarship in front of the Osceola High School Senior Award Ceremony in May. Both recipients have shown dedication to conserving Osceola Countys history through their countless hours volunteering at the Pioneer Village and for the Osceola County Historical Society Summer Camp, said Rachael Pinkert, also cochair for Young Friends. This member and volunteer group was created to assist in the education of the residents and visitors concerning the rich past of Osceola County. They are sharing the vision with the historical society to instill a sense of place by inspiring an appreciation to the Countys culture and natural heritage, while preserving a legacy for the future. I am thrilled to be a part of this Young Friends group who works so hard every year to be able to fund this scholarship for local high school seniors in Osceola County, said Pinkert. I feel that we are truly helping to further the mission of the Osceola County Historical Society, which makes the impact of this opportunity that much bigger. For more information regarding membership and sponsorship opportunities, contact the Osceola County Historical Society at 407-3968644, or visit www.facebook. com/YFOCHS.Osceola High Schoool grads chosen to receive Young Friends scholarships The following classes are hosted by the University of Florida/ Osceola County Extension Services office and are free unless stated otherwise. Friday through Sunday, Aug. 2 4, Florida Small Farms and Alternative Enterprises Conference, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Informing and inspiring agriculture innovators. Farm tours, trade show, workshops, networking, locally-grown food. Sessions for advanced or beginners. Visit www.ocagriculture.eventbrite.com. From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Aug. 5, 12, 19, Landscape Design Series (three-week series $20 fee). Its at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Learn how to use color, texture, and form to design a landscape that you will love. The class will consist of three consecutive seminars that will cover these design techniques along with plant selection and identification. Visit www.ocagriculture.eventbrite.com. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6, Florida-Friendly Landscape Green Industries Best Management Practices Training at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. The fee is $15 pre-registration. For landscape/pest management/property management professionals. This training is required to obtain the new Commercial Fertilizer Applicator License. Preregistration deadline is Aug. 1. Visit h ttp://occeu.even t brite.com/ From 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 6, 13, 20 an 27, A Home of Your Own, First Time Homebuyer Series, at Extension Services at Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. This class addresses the ins and outs of buying/building a home. Participants will learn how to prepare financially, select a home, negotiate price, review contract and what to expect at closing. The fee is $10. Visit www.tinyurl.com/homebuyer1 From 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 7, Taking Control of Your Money, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Visit www.ocfcs.eventbrite. com. From 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9, Fall Vegetable Gardening, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Learn the basics of growing vegetables in Florida, different vegetable seasons, common pests and diseases that may attack your crops. Visit http://ocagriculture. eventbrite.com/. From 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13, Compost 101, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Compost happens! Learn how to recycle your landscape debris and food scraps to create beautiful compost to use in your garden efficiently and effectively. Visit http://ocagriculture. eventbrite.com/ Wednesday, Aug. 14, Food Preservation Canning Vegetables, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Put that pressure canner to use by canning some vegetables in this hands-on class. Learn the process and receive resources to continue canning at home. Class size is limited so pre-register soon. Cost is $10 per project that can be taken home 12-24 hours after completion. Register through Eventbrite at www.ocfsc.eventbrite.com by Aug. 9. From 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, Contractors Continuing Education Green Advantage: Remodeling Opportunities to Reduce Energy / Water Use, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Visit http://www.buildgreen. ufl.edu/cecampus.htm. On Thursday, June 6, from 6 to 8 p.m., Using Your Sprinkler System Efficiently, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Have a prettier landscape and save money by irrigating efficiently. This workshop teaches you how to operate your sprinkler system control box and fix basic sprinkler problems. For more information visit http://ocagriculture.eventbrite. com. On Friday, June 7, from 1 to 3 p.m., Plant Propagation, at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. Learn how to start & multiply your own plants through seeds, cuttings, and division. Take home some new plants that you propagate in class. A $6 fee applies. 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Page B2, Raphael and Josephine Ledone was born in Italy about 1865. They married there about 1885 and in 1888, they immigrated to the U.S. and entered through the Port of New York. They then settled in the borough of Brooklyn where Raphael worked as a carpenter to support his large family. He died in Brooklyn in June 1929, just before the Great Depression of October of 1929. His wife, Josephine, died in Brooklyn in April of 1935. Both of them are buried in a Catholic cemetery in New York City. They were survived by the following children: Nicholas Ledone was born in February of 1887 in Italy. He married and died Brooklyn in July of 1974. He was survived by a daughter, Antoinette Ledone, who was born about 1923. Her current whereabouts, living or deceased, are unknown. She is being sought for inheritance purposes. Charles Ledone was born September of 1892 in Brooklyn. He was married and died in Brooklyn in November of 1962. He was survived by two known children: Charles Ledone, who was born 1932 and Robert Ledone, who was born 1934. Joseph A. Ledone was born in November of 1894 in Brooklyn. He was married and died in October of 1975 in New York. He was survived by at least one child, whose name and whereabouts are unknown. Ralph Ledone was born in June of 1898 in Brooklyn. He was married and died in Merrick, Long Island, in June of 1970. He was survived by Ralph W. Ledone, who was born about 1917-1922, Joseph Ledone, who was born about 1924 and May Ledone, born about 1927. Philomena Ledone was born about 1901 in Brooklyn. She was alleged to have never married. Her date and place of death are unknown. Anthony Ledone was born about 1903 in Brooklyn, NY. He was married. His date and place of death are unknown. Katherine Ledone was born about 1905 in Brooklyn. Her date and place of death are unknown. Michael Ledone was born in 1907 in Brooklyn. He was married and died 1988 in Miami. He was survived by a son, Michael Ledone, who was born in 1938. James Ledone was born about 1910 in Brooklyn. His date and place of death are unknown. The whereabouts of rightful heirs to the estate inheritance of $125,000 are probably living in New York or Florida. Contact the office of Cushing Forensic Genealogy, Kissimmee, at 407-933-4778 if you have any helpful information. We also can be contacted via email: gcushing@mrrightful heir.com. If the rightful heirs are not found, the money will escheat to the State Treasury. Jerry CushingMr. Rightful Heir Searching for: descendants of Raphael, Josephine LedoneEvery year in early July, thousands of people run with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. While the event is exciting, it also is hazardous, and many runners have gotten badly injured over the years. As an investor, you may find that running with the herd is dangerous to you, too because if youre constantly following what everyone else is doing, your own financial goals could end up getting trampled. The urge to run with the herd, or follow the crowd, may have been hard-wired into our psyches, according to anthropologists. Today, there are far fewer rewards for following a herd mentality especially in investing. For example, consider what happens when the financial markets go through a period of volatility. Virtually every time this happens, many investors flock to gold, apparently believing that the shiny yellow metal will always be valuable and that its price will never drop. Yet, the fact is that gold prices, like those of other financial assets, do fluctuate. Furthermore, certain types of gold-based investments can be quite risky in their own right. What other follow the herd movements should you avoid when you invest? For one thing, try to stay away from feeding frenzies. If you look back about 15 years ago, you may remember the buzz surrounding speculative technology stocks many of which were companies that had futuristic names but lacked some useful elements, such as profits or business strategies. For a few years, the prices of these companies soared, but in 2000 and 2001, the dotcom bubble burst, splattering investors with big losses that were either irreversible or, at the least, took years from which to recover. The herd mentality often applies even when investors know the right moves to make. To illustrate: One of the most basic rules of investing is buy low, sell high and yet many investors do the exact opposite. When prices drop, they sell, so that they can cut their losses even though they may be selling investments that, while temporarily down, still have strong potential. On the other hand, when an investments price has shot up, these same investors will often keep buying more shares, hoping to reap even bigger gains even if the investment has now become quite expensive, as measured by the price-to-earnings ratio, and has little upside potential remaining. Look for quality investments and hold them for the long term. Dont be discouraged by the inevitable market downturns, but be ready to adjust your portfolio as needed. Above all else, be patient and disciplined, always keeping your eye on your ultimate objectives. Courtesy of Edward Jones, Robert Rosen, financial advisor, 109 E. Monument Ave., Kissimmee, 407-870-5464. Robert RosenEdward Jones Dont get trampled by the herd Chick-l-A Kissimmee 4450 W. Vine Street(Wal-Mart outparcel between Bass Rd. and Oren Brown Rd.) Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner FREE Chicken SandwichWith the purchase of a Medium Soft FREE Chicken BiscuitWith the purchase of a Medium 902 S. 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Thursday, July 25, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3 Whats new?Greater Republican Womens NetworkThe Greater Republican Womens Network will meet at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 27, at the St. Cloud Heritage Museum, 1012 Massachusetts Ave, St. Cloud. Everyone is welcome to attend for a tour and lunch. There is a donation asked for the tour. After the tour, lunch will be at a local restaurant, a la carte. RSVP to JoniDougherty@aol.com Free document shreddingThere will be a free document shredding again from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 28, at the park and ride lot behind Hess Station on Shady Lane at the Floridas Turnpike entrance off U.S. Highway 192. Its hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Kissimmee. For more information, call 407-932-2037.Democratic organizations The Osceola County Democratic Executive Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 25, in the Osceola County administration building room 4727 in the Courthouse Complex, 1 Courthouse Square, Kissimmee. Guests are always welcome. The Democrats of Celebration (DOC) will mee Wednesday, July 24. The social gathering is at 6:45 p.m., followed by meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. at Town Hall, 851 Celebration Ave, Celebration. The guest speaker will be Vivian Rodriguez, who is the field constituent representative in U.S. Congressman Alan Graysons Osceola office.Poinciana Predator fundraiserOn July 27, there will be a yard sale benefitting the Poinciana Predators youth football/cheer league at 9 a.m. At 11 a.m., there will be a BBQ in the Park. The events will be at Vance Harmon Park, 50 Country Club Road in Poinciana.Kissimmee Writers GroupThe Kissimmee Writers Group is looking for fiction writers and authors of all genres. Attendance is free and open to everyone, from aspiring writer to published author. The group motto is Writers Helping Writers, and member benefits include education, critique, networking, and support. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month from 6-8 p.m. at the Hart Memorial Library in downtown Kissimmee, 211 E. Dakin Ave., Kissimmee. For more information, email Randy Austin at flenviro@gmail.com. Ahoy Travel ClubThe Ahoy Carefree Travel Club meetings will be at 12:30 p.m. on the first and third Mondays at the Kissimmee Moose Lodge, 1019 N. Main St. Lunch is available. No membership fee is required. Travel includes day bus trips, overnights, cruises and international travel. For additional information, call Donna, liaison officer, at 407-5692118 or email dparkins8@gmail. com. Shiloh Church free marketShiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 604 N. John Young Parkway, will hold a free market Aug. 10, at 7 a.m. at Osceola Square Mall, 4081 W. Vine St., Kissimmee. Donations are now being accepted. Pickup is available. Call 407-932-1898, 407-8910866 or 407-201-6912.Edward Jones supports school supply drive Those wishing to donate school supplies to the Education Foundation of Osceola may drop them off at the Edward Jones branch office of Rob Rosen, 109 E. Monument Ave., Kissimmee, through Aug. 16. The items needed for the schoolsupply drive include: crayons, pencils, markers, scissors, glue, sharpeners, erasers, paper, notebooks, folders and backpacks.DAV informationBack by popular demand on Saturday, July 27, Fun OKe with Billy OKe starting at 1 p.m. Finger Foods are welcomed. Our monthly meetings will be on Sunday, Aug. 18. DAVA meeting starts at 2 p.m. and the DAV at 3:30 p.m., all members please attend. The DAV Service officer is here every Tuesday at noon until 4 p.m. Wednesday is ladies night. Special drink prices for the ladies! Every Friday is Red Shirt Friday. Wear your red shirt to how your support for our military troops serving overseas. The second and fourth Friday of the month is $1 long necks for those who come in wearing a red shirt. Barnyard meat bingo is the first and third Saturday of the month starting at noon. We are located at 21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee. Contact 407-846-4141 for more information.SC soccer teams seek playersThe St. Cloud Soccer Club seeks players for its U15 and U16 boys teams. To schedule a tryout, contact Brian Cecil at saintcloudstampede@ gmail.com.SC soccer registrationRegistration for the upcoming 2013-14 St. Cloud Soccer Club season is available online at www.stcloudsoccer.com. The age chart and fees are listed on the website. Payment is available online through Visa or MasterCard. Checks may be mailed. Register at the soccer field on the following dates: July 26 from 5 to 8 p.m. or Aug. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For those who are interested in coaching, contact Janice Lavigne at janice.lavigne5@gmail.com.The Lets Dance Ballroom ClubThe Lets Dance Ballroom Club meets every Wednesday at the St. Cloud S enior Center, located at 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud. In July, we will feature night club two step lessons for five weeks. Class meets July 17, 24 and 31. Class starts promptly at 7 p.m. Come early to register. For more information, call Sheila Lauer at 407-738-7546.St. Cloud Senior Center weekly eventsMonday Night : There is a social dance from 7 to 10 p.m. in Hall A. There is a live band on Mondays, but is subjected to hall maintenance schedules. A donation of $4 per person is requested. For more information, call John McMahon at 407951-9700. Saturday night: There is a country-style dance from 7 to 10 p.m. in Hall A. There are live bands from November through April. A donation of $4 per person is requested. During the other months the music will be by a DJ and admission is free. All ages are welcome. For more information, call John Dutt at 407-957-2295.Line dance The Smith N Western Advanced Line Dance Club meets at the St. Cloud Senior Center Fridays from 6 to 9 p.m. in Hall A. There are lessons and open dance. Basic knowledge of line dance steps is required. All ages are welcome. A donation of $2 per person is requested. For more information, call Gail Smith at 407-408-5039.Fun Seekers Travel ClubThe Fun Seekers Travel Club meets the second Monday of every month at the Elks Lodge on Kings Highway in Kissimmee. The meeting will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Day trips, overnights and cruises will be discussed. For more information on trips or about the club, call 407-846-0088 or email gtskiss@aol.com. Visit the website grouptravelspecialistskiss. comEagles 4048 bingoThe Eagles 4048 group will be playing bingo Sundays at 4 p.m. at 15 W. Darlington Ave., Kissimmee. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 407-846-4990. Celebrate RecoveryCome celebrate recovery at the Celebrate Recovery Program, dealing with lifes hurts, habits and hangups, at Cornerstone Family Church, 2925 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, every Friday night from 7 to 10 p.m. Celebrate Recovery is a Christcentered 12-step recovery program based on the eight principles found in Matthew 5. Celebrate Recovery offers a person the opportunity to participate in a group fellowship where love and hope combine with Gods purpose to mend out lives. Cornerstone Family Kitchen serves a free meal from 6 to 8 p.m. for struggling families in the community and Celebrate Recovery participants.GO FAR clubThe Greater Osceola Fitness and Run Club GO FAR meets Tuesdays at Crabby Bills at 7 p.m. and Thursdays at Hideout at 7 p.m.American Legion Post 80 eventsThe American Legion of St. Cloud Post 80, 1019 Pennsylvania Ave., will have the following events. On Mondays, bingo will be at 6 p.m. in the smoke-free Civic Hall. On Tuesdays, the dart tournament will start at 7:30 p.m. On Wednesdays, dinner specials run from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursdays are free pool. Dinner specials run from 5 to 8 p.m., $1 drafts are available, and Trivia Game Night begins at 8 p.m. Fridays are free shuffleboard from 3 to 7 p.m., grill menu weekly, prime rib dinners on the first and third weeks, and N.Y. strip steak on the second and fourth weeks. Saturdays are road kill bingo on the first and third weeks and N.Y. strip steak on the second and fourth weeks. On Sundays breakfast will run from 8 to 11 a.m. and bar bingo will run from 2 to 4 p.m. Post 80 is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you are a veteran, or the spouse, son or daughter of a veteran, we invite you to speak with us regarding membership in the American Legion, Auxiliary, Riders, or Sons of the American Legion. Serving veterans is out only goal. For more information, call the post at 407-892-8808 or Mike Turco at 352-527-1261. Poinciana Friends of the LibraryThe Poinciana Friends of the Library meet the third Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. at the Poinciana branch library. New members are welcome. Membership is open for active or supportive status. For more information, contact the Friends of the Library, P.O. Box 702087, St. Cloud, FL, 347702087.Osceola Friends of the LibraryThe Osceola Friends of the Library Board of Directors meets the second Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. at the Hart Memorial Branch Library. Membership is open for active or supportive status. For more information, contact the Friends of the Library, P.O. Box 702087, St. Cloud, FL, 347702087.Kissimmee Moose 2056The lodge has lunch specials everyday from 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. Every week it has the following events: Tuesdays Texas Hold em from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday Bingo from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday and Sunday Karaoke from 7 to 11 p.m. Every Friday night is date night. Prime rib is every first and third week; surf and turf is every second and fourth week. There also be a live band. There are special events coming up that can be found in a calendar at the door. The lodge has been non-smoking since 2011.Music, dancing eventThere will be live classic country music and some 1950s rock and roll, dancing and some line dancing Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Osceola County Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. There is no admittance fee but there will be 50/50 tickets sold to help support the effort. Bring a covered dish or snack to be part of the meals at break time. For more information, call 407892-3335. German American ClubThe Osceola German Club meets the second Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Club on Kings Highway in Kissimmee. Anyone interested in German culture and meeting new friends is welcome to join the group. For more information, call Kay at 407-931-1645. New York Artist ShopNo cost creative writing classes/ meetings with a focus on poetry will be led by local poet George Bishop at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday nights. If you are a poet, have written poetry in the past, or just enjoy the messages poetry and poetry alone can suggest to us, then this class is for you. For more information call Denise at 407-957-1583.Historical SocietyThe Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society meets every first Monday of the month starting at 6 p.m. in the Narcoossee Community Center, 5354 Rambling Road, Narcoossee. The first project is to protect and restore the 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. For more information call 407-595-6727 or contact lisaliu@embarqmail.com Church offeringCome enjoy a free meal at 6 p.m., a short service at 7 p.m., and a giveaway of groceries following the end of service every Wednesday at the Altar St. Cloud Vineyard Church at 1215 Old Hickory Tree, St. Cloud.American Legion Post 10The American Legion Post, Kissimmee, FL will hold the following events: Tuesdays, Karaoke from noon to 4 p.m., food served. Friday, Bingo at 5:30 p.m. and a Seafood dinner from 5:30 to 7:30. Saturdays, Full course dinner served every Saturday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Music by local bands and dancing from 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday, Bingo from 3 to 7 p.m. Nominations for officers during General Meetings, Feb., March, and April. Elections will be held on May 4, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information call 407847-4193.GriefshareGriefShare support and recovery group meets at First Baptist Church of Kissimmee, 1700 N. John Young Parkway, Kissimmee. GriefShare meets every Wednesday from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. for 13 weeks. Each session is self-contained, so you may begin at any time during the 13-week cycle. Childcare is available. Adults 18 years and over are better served in this group. GriefShare is a grief recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of losing a loved one through death. This group of friendly, caring people will walk along side of you Fun on the Fourth The St. Cloud Soccer Club seeks players for its U15 and U16 boys teams. To schedule a tryout, contact Brian Cecil at saintcloudstampede@ gmail.com.Just for kicks Whats happening?News-Gazette P hoto/Andrew S ullivan Holly P olio, at left, and her sister Jennifer Polio, both of Kissimmee, waved sparklers prior to the start of Kissimmees fireworks show from t he seawall of the recently-opened Kissimmee Lakefront Park on I ndependence Day. See Community, page B-4 C OMMUNITY C OMMUNITYSee additional Community Events/News at www.aroundosceola.com

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Page B4, through one of lifes most difficult experiences. GriefShare features a video series with nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. For more information, call 407-847-3138, or e-mail denise.h@fbckissimmee.com.The Spirit of Gun Club of Central FloridaThe Spirit of Gun Club of Central Florida meets at 6:30 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links, 5310 Michigan Ave, in St. Cloud. For more information or to RSVP, call Jed Suhl at 407908-0568.Travel ClubThe Ahoy! Carefree Travel Club meets every first and third Monday at the Moose Lodge at 1019 N. Main St. in Kissimmee. There is cruise information from noon to 1 p.m. and discussed from 1 to 3 p.m. are one-day trips, three-day trips or longer. For more information, call Donna Parkins, president, at 772-539-0088 or by email at dparkins8@gmail.com.BingoBingo is held every Wednesday in the VFW Post 3227 hall. Early bird games begin at 6:30 p.m. with regular bingo starting at 7 p.m. Call the post at 407-8926761 for membership eligibility information and upcoming events.DARThe Joshua Stevens Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution meetings are held the second Saturday of each month. The group welcomes visitors. Anyone interested in learning more about DAR or need help in searching for possible family members who fought in the war, contact Lori at 407-694-5277 or Carole at 407-846-1992 for more information.Elmers Meal KitchenElmers Meal Kitchen Ministry is a 501c3 approved nonprofit ministry serving free hot meals to the needy and homeless in the community of St. Cloud. A combined total of 33 local community churches, ministry groups, businesses and restaurants have been voluntarily serving for over 12 years. Contact your church leader or current group serving you if you would like to participate in serving meals. If your church cannot serve, get it involved by making love offerings and memorial donations to help purchase food items needed. Elmers Meal Kitchen Director Carol Broski can be reached at 407-957-9839.Friends Who CareThe Friends Who Care Club of Osceola County meets the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the St. Cloud Senior Center at 3101 17th St. Membership is open to men and women from 18 years and up. St. Cloud Horseshoe ClubThe St. Cloud Horseshoe Club invites everyone to join the group. The horseshoe pits are located between the St. Cloud Civic Center and the St. Cloud Senior Center on 17th Street. The 2013-14 tournament schedule is Oct. 19, Nov. 9, Dec. 21, Feb. 8, March 8 and April 5. Members of the National Horseshore Pitchers Association (NHPA) and of the Florida State Horseshoe Pitchers Association (FLSHPA) can qualify to pitch at the tournaments. Tournament director Vickie Marteney may be contacted at 321-297-1802. More information is available at the NHPA website. The clubs practice sessions contacts are: John Grayson at 407-873-8240 and Tom Gowan at 321-443-6871.Tai chi and qigong (Chinese yoga)Tai Chi and qigong (Chinese yoga) classes being offered by Madame Wu Tuesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud, and Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m., at the Barney Veal Center, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. All classes taught by donation. For more information, call Madame Wu at 407-7387001. Sons of Italy 2523The Osceola County Order Sons of Italy in America Lodge 2523 meets at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at Kissimmee Bay Golf and Country Club. The lodge welcomes all men and women of Italian heritage (or spouse that is Italian) to join. It holds events throughout the year for charities and high school scholarships. For more information, contact lodge president Gertrude Dorries at 321-286-6787 for more information.The St. Cloud Line Dance Club The St. Cloud Line Dance Club, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud, meets: Monday, novice (2-2:30 p.m.); beginner 2:30-3 p.m.); intermediate (3-5 p.m.). Thursday, novice (5:306 p.m.); beginner (6-7 p.m.); intermediate (7-9 p.m.). Its a $1 donation for the day. Call Glenda Brown at 407744-3892 for more information. Order of Confederate RoseThe Frances Kirby Smith 22 Chapter, Order of Confederate Rose is an independent support group to the Sons of Confederate Veterans and local camps thereof. It is nonprofit, nonracial, nonpolitical and nonsectarian. Confederate ancestry is not required for membership. It assists SCV with its historical, educational, benevolent and social functions. Special emphasis is placed on the preservation of Confederate symbols. The meetings are held the third Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Library, Barbara Thornton Room, in St. Cloud. For more information, email franceskirbysmith22ocr@gmail.com Osceola Community OrchestraThe Osceola Community Orchestra welcomes orchestra musicians high school age and older to our Monday evening rehearsals at 7 p.m. at the Senior Center. For more information, contact Bill Lauer at 407-8925011.The N.E., N.Y. N.J. ClubThe New England, New York, and New Jersey club meet the third Tuesday of each month at the senior center, hall B, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud, (through April). Bring a pot luck dish and utensils. For more information, call 407957-3952.VFW Post 3227 eventsThe following events will be taking place at VFW Post 3227, 915 New York Ave., St. Cloud: Bingo every Wednesday. Early bird begins at 6:30 p.m. Regular bingo will begin at 7 p.m. Chuckwagon Bingo is the third Sundayof the month at 2:00 p.m.American Legion EventsThe American Legion of St. Cloud Post 80 will have the following events: Mondays: Bingo at 6 p.m. in the smoke-free Civic Hall. Tuesdays: Dart tournament at 7:30 p.m.. Wednesdays: Italian dinner night ($5.75). Thursdays: Free pool. Wing night 10 for $5. $1 Drafts. Trivia game night 8 p.m. Fridays: Free shuffleboard from 3 to 7 p.m. Grill menu weekly, prime rib dinners first and third weeks, 5 to 8 p.m. Karaoke weekly at 8 p.m. Saturdays: fish fry dinner and roadkill bingo first and third weeks; NY strip dinner second and fourth weeks. Sundays: Full breakfast 8 to 11 a.m.; bar bingo 2 to 4 p.m. Post 80 is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. If you are a veteran, or the spouse, son or daughter of a veteran, the post speak with the post regarding membership in the American Legion, Auxiliary, Riders or Sons of the American Legion. For more information, call the post at 407-892-8808 or Mike Turco at 352-572-1261. The post is located at 1019 Pennsylvania Ave., St. Cloud St. Cloud Masonic LodgeSt. Cloud Lodge No. 221 F & A.M. hosts stated communications on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge, 901 Oregon Ave., St. Cloud. Contact Jim Rouse, secretary, at 407-892-4412 or email yeggp@ aol.com. Lodge No. 80 F&AMThe Orange Blossom Lodge No. 80 F&AM meets the first and third Monday of each month. There is a social at 6 p.m. and meeting at 7:30 p.m. The lodge is at 321 E. Dakin Ave., Kissimmee. For more information, contact the secretary, Johnny Brock, at 321-624-2682 or email jbrock65@cfl.rr.com.Osceola Stamp ClubThe Osceola Stamp Club meets the first and third Wednesday of the month from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Barney E. Veal Center, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. Come trade, sell and meet other stamp collectors. New members are welcome and needed to keep the club going. For more information, call Charles Frazer at 407-2014192. Osceola County Support Group for Mental Illness Osceola County Support Group for Mental Illness is a free anonymous support group for bi-polar, depression and anxiety disorders and their families. It meets every Monday evening at the Veterans Memorial Library, 810 13th St., St. Cloud, second floor in the Barbara U. Thornton Room from 7 to 8:30 p.m.. For more information, call 407-556-4998 or 407-8929272 in the evening.Lodge 221 F&A.M. meetingSt. Cloud Lodge 221 F &A.M. holds stated communications on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge, 901 Oregon Ave., St. Cloud. Contact Jim Rouse, secretary, at 407-892-4412 or email yeggp@ aol.com.Volunteer child advocates neededInterested in helping a child? Volunteers are needed to be advocates for children in foster care. For more information, contact Linder Snider, volunteer program coordinator at 407-742-6656 or linder. snider@gal.fl.gov.The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War meets at the Senior Center, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud, at 1 p.m. the first Saturday of every other month except for January and July. In those months, the group meets on the second Saturday. For more information, visit http://www.c4dofsuvcw.org/ camp4officers.htmlCelebrate Recovery at First Christian Church of KissimmeeCelebrate Recovery meets every Friday at 6:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, 415 N. Main St., Kissimmee. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered recovery group for anyone who has hurts, hang-ups and habits including alcohol and drug abuse; co-dependency; anger; self-esteem issues; divorce; and grief. For more information, call 407-847-2543 or visit www. fcckissimmee.org (click on Ministries tab).The Ohio, KY and Michigan Club The Ohio, Kentucky and Michigan Club will meet at 12:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month through April at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th St., CommunityContinued from Page B-3 See Community, page B-5 YES! 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Thursday, July 25, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5 Hall B. Bring a potluck dish and utensils. For more information, call Larry Kinney at 407-8917396.IOOF to meetThe Independent Order of Odd Fellows St. Cloud Lodge No. 66, 1122 New York Ave., St. Cloud, meets at 7:30 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays. For more information, call 407-891-0773 or 321-722-3381. For more information, call Buster at 407-729-1378.Osceola Coin ClubThe group will meet at Broadway Pizza in the side room every first Monday of the month at 6 p.m. The group will be for trading, selling or buying coins for those interested. Call Ron at 407-944-9718 for information.English Country Dance ClubThe English Country Dance Club meets every second Saturday year round at the St. Cloud Senior Citizens Center, 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud, from 2 to 5 p.m. Learn to dance early English style dances, no partner is needed, and beginners are welcome. Cost is $5 per person. Bring a snack to share. For more information call Diana Kehr at 407-847-6055.Osceola County Camera ClubThe Osceola County Camera Club invites anyone interested in taking photographs and having a good time to attend the clubs twicemonthly meetings. The club will meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the Osceola Center for the Arts in the Edward Moore Studio at 7 p.m. For more information, visit www.osceola countycameraclub.com or the clubs Facebook page at http://bit.ly/ackyi7.East American Legion Post 10 eventsThe American Legion of Kissimmee Post 10 is having the following events: Friday: Bingo at 5:30 p.m.; seafood dinner from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday: dinner from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; dancing at 7 p.m. Sunday: bingo at 4 p.m. Tuesday: karaoke from noon to 4 p.m.; bean bag first and third Tuesday at 7 p.m. For more information, call the post at 407-847-4193 or Frank Rohman at 407-9222019.Toho Friends Toho Friends meet at noon the second Thursday of every month with a covered dish lunch and Bingo at the Parks and Recreation Building, 717 N. Palm Ave. All seniors are welcome. The Craft Club meets every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the same building. Come work on your crafts or just visit. Crochet, embroider or whatever you enjoy doing. Fun cards meets every Friday from 1 to 3 p.m. All seniors are welcome. For information, call Elaine at 407-847-8970, or Lois at 407-846-2848. Alcoholics AnonymousThe Osceola Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup Office carries all the literature and books that are available for the AA groups here in the county to buy and use. It also maintains a 24-hour phone line. Anyone who wants help with a drinking problem can call a 24-hour line at 407-870-8282. Callers can find where the nearest meeting is. There are no dues or fees. Ministry medical clinicThe O sceola Christia n Ministry at 700 Union St., Kissimmee, offers a medical clinic most Thursday mornings. It serves the uninsured and people with a family income at or below the 200 percent of the federal poverty level. The clinic operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 9 a.m. and it can serve eight to nine people. It also has a Tuesday afternoon clinic once a month, which serves adults only. The doors open at 12:30 p.m. To confirm the hours for either clinic for the week, call 407-944-9968 for the correct information. Greyhound adoptionsThe public is invited to come every third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Pet Supermarket, 2924 13th St., St. Cloud, 407-4980929, located one mile east of Walmart, to meet retired racing greyhounds ready for adoption. These are mature, adult dogs and they transition very easily into homes. Most get along great with other dogs and children and many are cat friendly, as well. Get to know the dogs and speak with local greyhound owners. For more information, call Gods Greyts Greyhound Group at 407-578-7496 or go to www.godsgreyts.com. St. Cloud Friends of the LibraryThe Friends of the St. Cloud Branch Veterans Memorial Library meet on the third Thursday of each month from 11 a.m. to noon on the upper level of the library. The main purpose is to promote the library. It also has a St. Cloud Book Club that meets from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the third Thursday of each month. Thats located at U.S. Highway 192 and Indiana Street in St. Cloud. If you are interested in reading good books and meeting interesting people, come join the group. Kissimmee LionsThe K issimmee Lion s Club meets the first and third Monday of each month at the clubhouse, 3050 Lions Court, just off Osceola Parkway, Kissimmee. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. Men and women 18 and older are invited to visit the club. Used glasses and hearing aids will be collected. For more information, call Phyllis Brannaman at 407847-2744. St. Cloud Shuffleboard ClubPractice at the St. Cloud shuffleboard courts, 701 Ohio St. St. Cloud, is 8:30 to 10 :30 a.m. Monday through Saturday. Games are at 1:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. For more information, call 407-498-0603. Leave a message if there is no answer. Duplicate Bridge: M ondays at 6:30 p.m. and Fridays at 1:30 p.m.Contact Jim Davis by calling 407348-4399. Euchre:Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. Contact Kevin Fryback at 321 624-4546. Pinochle: Wednesday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Contact Bobbi Clement by calling 407-892-2749. Cribbage: Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. Contact Dave Roberts by calling 407-8922087. Mahjong: Tuesday and Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Contact Louise Owens by calling 407-957-8733. Club due s are free for the first year and then its $20 per year. It covers all shuffling and card games. CommunityContinued from Page B-4 See Community, page B-6 And Cremation Services Mark is a third generation funeral director from Pittsburgh, PA. He received his license in 1980 where he managed his family funeral home and then owned and operated his own funeral home until 2006. Mark received his Bachelors degree in Economic/Business Administration at Edinboro University of PA in 1978 and received his Masters Degree in Business at the University of Phoenix in 1986. He moved to Ocala, Florida in 2007 and now resides in Kissimmee, FL. Mark is a past president of the North Side Lions Club of Pittsburgh, PA. He has held many positions in the Knights of Columbus including being a Past Grand Knight of Council 1400 and Past Faithful Navigator of Fort Pitt Assembly. He volunteered for the Allegheny County Sheri Department as a reserve motor ocer for 8 years. He is a new parishioner at St. omas Aquinas Church in St. Cloud, FL. In his spare time he enjoys SCUBA diving and cruising. He is married to his wife Sherry Brady for 33 years and has two grown children Matthew Brady and KC Brady both living in Florida.511 Emmett Street, Kissimmee, FL 407-847-3188www.conradandthompson.com062013.TNGWelcomes Mark Brady to Osceola County Path of Life For nearly a century, Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory has provided respectful service and options for families to create a meaningful service at an affordable cost. 5% Discount if paid in full. Offer expires September 30, 2013.072513.TNG 407-846-1666072513 TNG $5 OFF any $20 PurchaseDine in or Take Out Weekly Lunch Special All You Can Eat Spaghetti $4.99 Not valid with any other offer 2 Slices Cheese Pizza & Soda $4.50 1 Slices Cheese Pizza Tossed Salad & Soda $5.75 ObituariesFor daily obituaries and services please visit our Website: www.aroundosceola.comINMEMORYO FTHOMASGLY NNDECEMBER22, 1925 JULY9, 2013 Thomas Glynn Memorial service will be held at Holy Redeemer Chapel on August 5, 2013 11:00 a.m. STURGEON Mr. George Franklin Sturgeon, Jr., 68, of St. Cloud, FL passed away Friday, July 19, 2013. George was born in Norristown, Pennsylvania on August 6, 1944, the son of the lateG eorg e F. Sturgeon and Alma J. (Shupe) Bodna r. He was a life member of the VFW Post 3227 in St. Cloud and served in the U.S. Navy serving during the Viet Nam Wa r. He loved the sea and loved to take cruises with his wife. He is survived by his loving family; wife; Patricia (Greer) Sturgeon of St. Cloud; a son, David (Pam) Sturgeon of PA He is also survived by 2 grandchildren; two brothers, Claude (Judy) Sturgeon of Ohio; John (Susan) Sturgeon of PA .H e is also survived by his brothers-in-law; Mark (Holly) Scott of St. Cloud, FL; Te rry (Linda) Greer of Murf reesboro, TN; mothe rinlaw; Clara Sutter of St. Cloud and many nieces and nephews. AM emorial Service will be conducted on Friday, July 26 beginning at 2:00 p.m., in the funeral home chapel. The family will receive friends from 1:00 p.m.,until service time. A reception will follow at the VFW Post 3227 in St. Cloud. In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made in his name to the Mike Conley Hospice, 2100 Oakley Seaver Dr., Clermont, FL 34711. Arrangements are under the direction of Osceola Memory Gardens Cemetery, Funeral Home and Crematory, 2000 13th Street, St. Cloud, FL 34769. (407)957-2511 www.OsceolaMemGds.com

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Page B6, Hospice offers bereavement groupsNonprofit Cornerstone Hospice has announced three bereavement support groups in Osceola County for people who have experienced the recent loss of a loved one. The groups are completely free and the only requirement is to call ahead of time to pre-register. They are: Mondays, from 2:30 to 4 p.m., at Good Samaritan Village, Clubhouse Board Room, 4250 Village Dr., Kissimmee. Tuesdays, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at Osceola Memory Gardens Funeral Home, 1717 Old Boggy Creek Road, Kissimmee. The first Thursday of the month (Spanish speaking support group) from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Porta Coeli Funeral Ho me, 2801 E. O sceola Parkway, Kissimmee 34743 Call Claudia Swonger to preregister for any of these three groups at 407-206-2273. The Ohio, KY and Michigan Club The Ohio, Kentucky and Michigan Club will meet at 12:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month through April at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th St., Hall B. Bring a potluck dish and utensils. For more information, call Larry Kinney at 407-891-7396.Ladies needed for gamesLadies are needed to fill in some empty spots for bridge and canasta games at the Kissimmee Womens Club, 1616 W Oak St.in Kissimmee. Call Debbie Salisbury at 407791-7007. Confederate Dames to meetThe Osceola Confederate Dames No. 2684 chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy meets the third Monday night of each month. Meetings begin at 7 p.m. and are at the Osceola County Sheriffs Community Room. Membership is open to females age 16 years and older with documentation of an ancestor who served in or provided material aid to the Confederate Army. For more information, call 407-361-0984.Hospice volunteers neededVITAS Innovative Hospice Care of Central Florida needs volunteers in the Central Florida area who can befriend terminally ill patients, provide relief for w eary caregivers, accompany their pet on Paw Pals visits, visit with veterans, provide art and music therapy, make bereavement calls, sew, make crafts, help repair medical equipment or help with administrative work. For more information call 407-691-4541 or email central.floridavolunteers @vitas.com. Bible study groupUniversal Circle Of Light Learning Center, 4275 Neptune Road, St. Cloud, has a group that meets every Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. According to a center press release, it believes that it is Gods will that every individual should live a healthy, happy and prosperous life and it teaches how to achieve such a life. For more information, contact Rev. Lottie Clodfelter at 407-729-0798 or Patricia Lewis at 407729-3330.Quilt GuildThe Patchers of Time quilt guild meets monthly on the second Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Osceola Center for the Arts, 2411 E. U.S. Highway 192. Meetings include lectures, demonstrations, workshops, guest speakers and prizes. Anyone interested in quilting is welcome to attend. For more information, call Debbie at 407-346-6086.In Step with the SpiritThe In Step With the Spirit organization, a Christcentered recovery group for alcohol and drugs, meets 6:30 to 7:30 Thursdays at the Osceola Christian Ministry Center, 700 Union St., Kissimmee. For more information, call Richard Burton at 407944-9968. CommunityContinued from Page B-5 EASY ACCESS PARKING AT TOHO SQUARE! 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