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By Ken Jackson Staff W riter Over the last two years and change, talks between Colts Manufacturing Company and Osceola County have been largely on-and-off about whether the firearms manufacturer would move one of its operating units here from its current home in Hartford, Conn. The state and county have plied the company with incentives, but as of the end of 2013, the company had not placed any jobs when Colt announced the deal as part of its 175th anniversary it projected 63 jobs averaging $45,000 per year. But a letter sent to the county from the companys vice president of operations noted the company still plans to fulfill the obligations it signed on for and will conduct operations in 2014 at the former Council on Aging building on Shady Lane. John Michael Magouirk noted in the letter, dated Jan. 9, that the company had difficulties during 2013 completing an acquisition and merger of its business units, forming a new Colts Manufacturing Company LLC. Magouirk said in the letter the work created protracted negotiations that prevented the new company from making a definitive decision on the nature of the operations to be carried on in Kissimmee. County Manager Don Fisher said the letter is the most encouraging bit of communication staff has had with Colt since visiting company leaders in Connecticut over the summer. The letter wasnt specific, but were still encouraged by the communication, he said. Theyve had organizational issues with the merger of their units and arbitration with the unions up there, but the merger is now complete. Theres been dialogue and certainly there is intent on their part that they may be moving down here. The letter didnt create any timetables for when Colt would finally place workers in the county Of course, I want to know when, Fisher said but language in the incentive-laden agreement Colt struck with the state of Florida and county could create a sense of urgency for the gun maker. The state provided $250,000 from the Governors Quick Action Closing Fund, and the county spent roughly $550,000, to renovate the building. 118TH YEAR 50 CENTS JANUARY 18, 2014 We ekend We ather Clea r 56/36F Community honoring Martin Luther King with banquet, day of serviceIn honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, residents can serve their community in the name of the legacy of the civil rights leader in the early part of the day, then they can attend a commemoration banquet in his honor and be served dinner in the evening. See page A-3 Index Local rfn tb n n r n f County Should cell phones be b anned from movie theaters? Yes, they can cause fights. No, people should just have better manners. Im not sure. No opinion. Vote at www.around osceola.comResults from the Jan. 4 Question of the week:How would you describe the homeless problem in Osceola County? Severe. 67% Not that bad. 2% Average. 18% Not a problem. 13% Health Department pushing to increase birth defect awarenessIn 2012, 17 babies in Osceola County died before their first birthday, according to the Florida Department of Health. See page A-3WWW.AROUNDOSCEOLA.COM Serving Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Harmony, Narcoossee, BVL Saturday Edition For the latest activities, events and classes see ...Page B-4 Community Arts & Entertainment Editor Peter Covino reviews the drama The Invisible Woman.Page B-1Arts Harmony girls advance to soccer regionalsPage A-6Sports By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff W riter Stacy Ford, resident of Lake Ajay Village, doesnt mind a county expressway being built, but doesnt want that road possibly taking away anybodys house. The Osceola Parkway Extension, designed to better connect residents to major roads, will edge the 30 year-old gated community in Northeast Osceola County. The residents in the neighborhood were given fliers about the project about a year ago, but it wasnt until a meeting with KimleyHorn, the consulting firm for the project, last November that the effect of the project really hit home. We have people in our neighborhood who dont know whether they should be doing substantial improvements or costly maintenance to their homes, because they dont know if its worth putting money into a home that might be taken by eminent domain in a year from now, or less, said Ford. The northern tip of the community is included in a study area for the extension, which is still in the planning phase. For the residents of Lake Ajay Village in St. Cloud, this could mean that the road could fall in the path of at least 20 homes, relocating them to a different part of the community, or bump up against the property line of several homes in the community. The study area for the Osceola Parkway Extension is a mile and a half wide, and includes land farther away from the community. The extension itself is only 400 feet wide. Jeff Jones, Osceola County strategic initiatives director, said that Kimley-Horn is currently narrowing down from a list of 36-40 road alignment options, and is keeping Lake Ajay Village in mind with their decision. The process is designed for public input, and so there are points along that process to bring the public in and show them where we are and get their response to that. Were not quite at a point to be able to show them anything in terms of solid ideas of what were going to pursue in terms of alignment. Were not quite there yet. And, understandably, theyre concerned about whats happening, Jones said. Kimley-Horn will have those 40 road options narrowed down to between three to five options, called preferred alignments, by May. They will then present these options to the Osceola County Expressway Authority board and residents of Lake Ajay Village, using the input from both groups to create the final plans for the extension. In the meantime, Kimley-Horn has another meeting with Lake Ajay Village residents in February to keep t hem updated with the progress of the project. We understand growth. We understand that growth is going to come. You cant stop growth. But, we just want to stop the highway from coming through the neighborhood, said Anthony Megalie, a resident of Ajay Lake Village. The Osceola Parkway Extension will begin at the end of Osceola Parkway at Boggy Creek Road and move east, with an interchange at State Road 417, ending at Cyrils Drive, off of North Narcoossee Road. Along with lessening traffic in the future, the extension is part of the larger Osceola County expressway loop, to be completed by 2030. There will be a new toll facility at the S.R. 417 interchange.County residents rally against road project By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff W riter For many, American Idol is a singers dream, and Jordan Grizzard credits the Osceola High School choir for taking him there. Raised in Kissimmee, Grizzard received the chance to audition for this seasons American Idol. His road to the show began in the American Idol Experience at Disneys Hollywood Studios, where he auditioned on a whim and won the grand prize Dream Ticket at the end of the day. The ticket, which allows one person a spot at the front of an American Idol audition line, took him to Austin, Texas, where he went through days of auditions. It was a couple long days of auditions and waiting and praying and excitement and nervousness and every emotion you can think of, Grizzard said. His audition was on Sept. 26 of 2013. Jordan said he was not allowed to speak about how far he advanced on the television show.American Idol show contestant traces music passion to Kissimmee From Staff Reports If food is your passion, then www.aroundosceola.com has something cooking for you. Whats Cookin, the Osceola News-Gazettes new online microsite, has debuted with thousands of recipes, hundreds of cooking videos, tips and a lot more, all at the click of a button. We think the Whats Cookin site is not only going to make some viewers immed iately hungry, but probably motivate some people to become amateur chefs, News-Gazette serves up Whats Cookin site See Site, page A-5 See Contestant, page A-5Following merger, Colt again talking to Osceola County File PhotoIn 2011, Gov. Rick Scott came to O sceola C ounty to announce t hat t he Colt Manufacturing Company was moving to the area. County o fficials are still awaiting its a rrival. See Colt, page A-5 Submitted PhotoFormer Kissimmee resident Jordan Grizzard, right, pictured with his family, won a Dream Ticket to audition for American Idol.
Page A2, One of Kissimmee longest-ten ured businesses is in the business of recreation. The Kissimmee Golf Club just wrapped up its 50th year serving all sorts of golfers youth, locals and out of town guests with the unique backdrop that is the pair of runways of Kissimmee Gateway Airport. The clubs patrons can thank local attorney Ed Brinson, one of the clubs original investors, for that vision. In the early 1960s, he was on a business trip to Cincinnati and saw a golf course right next to runway and thought it was an intriguing idea. When I got back, I knew there was pasture land surrounding our airport here that was being used by nothing but cows, and that the airport was barely used, he said. I gave a talk at a Rotary Club meet ing about that and a man named Burt Fraser was listening and said we should get some people togeth er to pitch in and lease the land and build a course. A nine-hole course with no clubhouse and no irrigation system designed and built for $500 fifty years ago has turned into an 18-hole course known throughout the area as a good golf value and stern challenge that is full of golf ers, especially these days during snowbird season. Its just been crazy today, KGC General Manager Christina Bell said Jan. 2, just another day in the busy season. Not long after Brinson and a handful of other locals raised money to start the club they paid a designer named Mr. Loos (Brin son couldnt recall his first name) $250 to design the nine holes then another $250 to build them in 1963, the course became popular, mostly from a lack of other choices. Just about everyone in town who played golf came out, he said. We had a lot of help and people who donated supplies to keep it running. We bought three golf carts from a club in Miami, and frankly I didnt think people would pay to use them out here, but thered be a waiting list for them. Brinson, who eventually became Kissimmees City Attorney, bro kered the first lease with the city, a 25-year deal with two 10-year options. And like anything else thats been around for 50 years, the more things change the more things stay the same. That lease has been amended to one running through 2037. And the course itself has gone through many changes, too. The original tiny building on Gil bert Street that served as a make shift clubhouse got an aluminum above-ground pool a few years into its existence after the downtown hotel it was home to closed. But the club couldnt afford to move it, Brin son said, so the original investors gave the club to a contractor, Lee Graves, in exchange for moving it. He would eventually sell it to a person who sold it to former National Hockey League player Dave Creighton, who held it for many years before selling it within the last year to Integrity Golf Management, which also runs Celebra tion Golf Club. In the 1970s, designer Bill Bohmer added and built what is now the first nine holes. The course remained the same until around 1990, when big changes came, notably when the current clubhouse was erected off of Florida Coach Way. According to Brinsons recollection, in 1991 Gateway Airport planned to extend one of its runways, forcing KGC to re-route most of the original nine holes, now the back nine. They wanted to extend it 1,000 feet, which would have crossed over the golf course and essentially put it out of business, he said. I brokered a deal where they made it 500 feet at each end. The clubhouses pro shop and snack bar recently got a facelift, and in honor of the anniversa ry KGC unveiled a new logo to highlight its relationship with the airport. Aside from that it has remained largely unchanged during the last 20 years, mostly because its staff hasnt changed much. Former head professional Rick Sargent, now working in Ohio, served there from 1988-2007. Bell arrived shortly after Sargent, and Darren Martinez has been the head course superintendent since 2000. In the early s the course became the home course for Osceola High School golf teams, and has employed some of their players. Bells daughter Samantha played all four years at OHS and has worked at the course off and on since graduating 10 years ago. We employ hometown kids and have become a real part of the community, Christina Bell said of the clubs continued success. Its a real hometown course thats always in good condition. We provide a great deal for the average golfer or the snowbirds on a set income who play three times a week when theyre here. We keep a friendly staff and with the junior golf camps we do we pride ourselves on being family friendly. Its something to say weve survived tucked back here away from the major roads. Brinson is now 88, but still comes to the course nearly every day to hit some range balls and socialize with the staff and other players. He said he takes pride it what he and a few enthusiastic golf ers started on a shoestring budget 50 years ago. Its such a good location, and a great asset for the city and public. Stonegate Gold Club hosts wish child and familyStonegate Golf Club recently extended its hospitality to 9-year-old Andrew Lumm and his family for a special VIP treatment weekend. Andrew who is a wish child with Give Kids the World along with his twin sister, Katelyn, and brother, Ryan, mother, Rose Mary Lumm and father, David Lumm were all given VIP treatment during their threeday stay. Arto Rahmani, general manager for Stonegate, said Rose Mary Lumm spoke to club members about what Give Kids the World has meant to her family. Andrew loves exploring, reading and meeting new people and his Katelyn enjoys the outdoors, skating and praise dance. Ryan loves drama, reading and helping others. The Lumm family currently lives in Orlando. When asked; what does Give Kids the World mean to your family? Rose Lumm replied: It is a gift a slice of heaven on earthFurry Tails Pet Grooming benefits from FSBDC at UCFMaking your passion your lifes work sounds like a good plan but often is filled with challenges and obstacles. For Carlos Hernandez and Lesly Miranda, co-founders and owners of Furry Tails Pet Grooming in Poinciana, that was certainly the case, particularly when they wanted to grow their business. Established in 2008, Furry Tails Pet Grooming is an independent, full-service grooming salon that caters to all breeds of dogs and cats and emphasizes convenience for the dog owner. But how do you turn a passion for animals into a sustainable busi ness? Earlier this year, they decided assistance was needed to expand their pet grooming business in Osceola County. Fortunately they had heard of the Florida Small Business Devel opment Center Network at UCF through a local newspaper. They met with FSBDC at UCF and started to proactively work with the trials of surviving and thriving in a tough eco nomic climate. The FSBDCs Certified Busi ness Analyst Rafael Pratts assisted and guided them to refocus on marketing; redefine their target market, look for complimentary product/services to offer, invest marketing dollars wisely, and helped identify effective ways to keep in touch with current and past customer. Equally important, he provided insights into how to properly secure additional working capital for our business operations! The key to their success will likely be in continuing to offer exceptional high quality service, paying attention to the overall retail image and in being proactive business owners, said Rafael Pratts of the FSBDC at UCF. With that said, Furry Tails Pet Grooming expects to reach 20 percent projected sales growth by end of 2014, according to the owners. They are more excited than ever about their efforts to increase overall retail space by 300 percent and at the same time lowering total retail square footage cost by 30 percent with new services. City golf course celebrates 50th anniversary Each year offers a chance for new beginnings an opportunity for people to reflect on the past and make personal resolutions to use their time effectively to prosper in the year ahead. The same is true for businesses, as entrepreneurs and business owners set new strategic goals and plans for growth. Managing time is what is costing business own ers. Twenty-three million small-business owners across the U.S. lose four billion hours each year managing time-consuming but crucial business operations and administrative tasks, according to the OfficeMax Small Business Efficiency Index sourced in the fall of 2013. In addition to lost time for growth, most business owners said these tasks also drained their passion for their business. The following resolutions are designed to help business owners who want to use their time more productively and achieve stronger growth in 2014. Explore the resources available to you. A challenge for many small-business owners is understanding how to utilize resources to fur ther grow their business. In fact, many of these owners arent even aware about the various assets that a trusted, reliable vendor can provide to their business. Through extensive national research, OfficeMax found that small-business owners have a lot of questions, such as which vendors to turn to; what questions to ask; how much time to invest in researching appropriate vendors for each specific business need. Resolve to explore the options and resources available to you in order to assign important tasks to a reliable partner. One such resource is the OfficeMax Services Center, which offers more than 40 business solutions services, from credit card processing and payroll services to IT support and cloud storage solutions. Use new technology to your advantage. A majority of surveyed business owners expressed concern that their current vendors were not keeping up with technology trends. Be sure to enlist support that offers you the hardestworking technology options aligned with your business needs, whether for website hosting or on-call IT support. Cloud storage is another priority technology that can help business owners save time and sleep sounder knowing that files are secure and easily accessible in one central location. Resolve to save time looking for files throughout the year by using cloud technology that will ensure key files are in the right place and give your business a new sense of organiza tion and technological proficiency. Select reliable vendors to provide support. Fifty-four percent of survey respondents felt their current service vendors do not understand their business or specific needs. An important part of reinvesting time for growth is finding trusted vendors to get the job done. Business owners spend a lot of time conducting support work that, while critical, takes them away from working with their customers and growing their business. OfficeMax learned that business owners want to refocus their time building their businesses, and they want reliable partners who will address their specific needs. Resolve to make finding those vendors a priority. Depending upon your specific business needs, OfficeMax Services Center staff helps pair businesses with reputable and professional service providers including North American Bancard; Company.Payroll; GoDaddy and Car bonite Online Backup. So, you could hand over the reins of these tasks with confidence that your business processes are being handled by skilled professionals. For additional information about the business solutions services available through the OfficeMax Services Center, visit your local store or visit www. officemax.com/services.Business owners: Resolve to use your time for growth in 2014 OSCEOLA BUSINESSO SCEOLA BUSINESS O SCEOLA BUSINESSSee additional Business News at www.aroundosceola.com See additional Business News at www.aroundosceola.com By Ken Jackson Staff Writer With all the buzz surrounding business use of cloud com puting, you might think the concept of conducting business anywhere on the road, in the board room, on a soccer field or in the gym was a new one. But small-business owners (SBOs) have been working on the go for decades. The arrival of mobile apps has just made things a little easier for them. A decade ago, an entrepreneur might have worked through her sons Little League game with a laptop balanced on her knees and then downloaded her completed work when she got back to the office, says Michael Alter, president and CEO of SurePayroll, Inc., a Paychex company. Now, she can complete tasks such as running payroll or cutting paychecks on the spot, wherever she is, using the right mobile app and her smartphone. If youre a small-business owner looking to make your mobile devices even more useful for business, consider these types of apps that can help: a payroll app for either their Apple or Android devices. The app allows SBOs to pay employees; track earnings, deductions, work hours, vacation, sick and personal time; set a check date; view payroll summary reports; access employee contact infor mation; and run payroll with a single click. Taxes are paid and filed automatically. The Mobile Paycheck app allows employees to securely view current and past paychecks online from their Apple devices. Visitwww.surepayroll.com/product/payroll/ mobile-payroll.asp to learn more. often, so does your inventory. A variety of apps can help you keep track of both products sold and materials needed. Cant keep a particular item in stock? An inventory tracker can send you a mobile alert when supplies are running low so you can reorder before you run out and avoid disappointing customers eager to buy the product. some fee-based with subscriptions to popular accounting soft ware can help you manage your cash flow on the go. Apps juggle receivables, accounts payable, bank balances, credit card ledgers and more to help give users the most up-to-date snap shot of their businesss cash flow status at a moments notice. mobile device whatever you do on your desktop, including word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Designed to help boost productivity, office apps range in price from free to nominal fee to pricey. How much you pay will depend on how much you need your app to do. youre driving, dial a number without touching your phone or open a file while your hands are otherwise occupied, voice rec ognition apps can do that for you. a client while watching your daughters soccer game. If you forget to record the call, thats billable time youve overlooked and money lost. Invoicing apps can help by allowing you to enter and track billable hours from your mobile device. You can also track expenses and create invoices for your work. Some of these apps even allow you to send invoices digitally and gener ate reports on how much time a project has consumed. Thanks to apps like these, its easier than ever for smallbusiness owners to balance their work and personal lives, Alter said.Top apps help keep small-business owners efficient
Saturday, January 18, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3 By Fallan Patterson For the News-Gazette In 2012, 17 babies in Osceola County died before their first birthday, according to the Florida Department of Health. To combat birth defects as t he l eading cause of infant mortality, the Florida Department of Health in Osceola County joined the National Birth Defects Prevention Network to increase awareness of birth defects in the community. Infant mortality is a sentinel event thats representative of the health status of the entire community, said Linda Clarke, a registered nurse with the health department and chairwoman of the departments Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Community Action Team (FIMR). Most infant deaths occur within the first month of life, with many happening within the first few days (after birth), she added. January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month and the health department, along with the Healthy Start Coalition of Osceola County, is focused on raising awareness among the women of childbearing age as well as the general public about the frequency of birth defects and how to prevent them. Using data from the U.S. Census, Clarke and the fellow members of the FIMR Committee are focused on several areas of Osceola County where the number of infant deaths are high. Those areas include the western part of the city of Kissimmee; the downtow n area south of Vine Street; and the areas from Brack Street going east to Oak Run Boulevard and north to the Orange County line, including the McLaren Circle and Marydia communities, Clarke said. The committee a lso is focused on the portion of St. By Ken Jackson Staff W riter In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, residents can serve their community in the name of the legacy of the civil rights leader. In the morning, they can volunteer, then attend a commemoration banquet in his honor and be served in the evening. Those are among some of the events taking place on Mondays national holiday in Osceola County. In St. Cloud, the citys annual Day of Service will honor Kings memory through service to the community and is c oordinated by the citys Parks and Recreation Department. Volunteers from neighborhoods around the park, members of Canoe Creek Christian Church and Home Depot employees will gather at Hopkins Park (620 E. 17th St.) from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and work side-by-side with Parks and Recreation personnel to complete various park improvement projects. The theme is, Make It a Day On, Not a Day Off, city spokesperson Sandra Ramirez said. The event is part of the St. Clouds and Parks and Recreations continued efforts to revitalize Hopkins Park. The team will work on outdoor beautification projects and an indoor resource center for children to use after school. For information or to volunteer, call 407-957-7243. Monday evening, the nonprofit group Osceola Visionaries, who continue to instill the dreams King so eloquently shared with any and all audiences, will recognize those who keep his hope alive locally at its 24th annual Kings commemoration banquet and dinner. The event begins at 6 p.m. at the Kissimmee Civic Center (201 E. Dakin St.). Tickets are $35, and proceeds go to provide scholarships for area high school seniors. Hundreds from all races and cultures have annually attended the gala. We honor his birthday every year, along with some of our local heroes, said Shirley Taylor, a co-chairperson for the event. From humble beginnings in 1989, the banquet has grown to annually highlight those who have been advocates and mentors to young people, seniors and others who have lacked a clear voice in Osceola County. This years honorees are educator Sheryl Alexander, Kissimmee Utility Authority Chairman Reginald Hardee and Kissimmee City Commissioner Wanda Rentas. Rev. Michael C. Woods of St. Lukes Missionary Baptist Church in Narcoossee will give the keynote address. For information or to get advance tickets, contact Taylor at 407-348-4629 or 407414-0766.Community honoring Martin Luther King Jr. with banquet, day of serviceYour local government officials have a message for everyone this weekend: Stay safe, if you have Martin Luther King, Jr. Day off enjoy it, and well see you on Tuesday. Most offices will be closed for the national holiday on M onday, and t hat i nclude s the cities of Kissimmee and St. Cloud offices (including the St. Cloud Utilities Customer Walk-In center at City Hall), Osceola County administration and the courthouse (including libraries and the Bass Road Resource Recovery Center), the School District of Osceola County and Kissimmee Utility Authoritys customer service center and administrative offices. Curbside commercial trash collection and solid waste services will be as scheduled in the cities and unincorporated counties. The St. Cloud Transfer Station drop-off area will be open during regular hours. Customers wishing to make a KUA bill payment over the holiday weekend can do so through the utilitys automated telephone system (407-9337777), online at www.kua. com or at any area Amscot location. Customers can report outages at 407-933-9898. 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Page A4, Claims theres no fair or balanced reportTo the Editor: I was dismayed reading the Jan. 9 article by Tiffanie Reynolds headed Poinciana group hoping to speed up incorporation process with updated study. The article was not only erroneous; it was not a balanced presentation of the issue. At no time has Ms. Reynolds interviewed or provided the public with the opposing side to this very important issue regarding the Poinciana incorporation issue. This article was more of a press release on behalf of Mr. Laytham and the group he represents than an accurate portrayal of the issue. First, the group Poinciana No City did not present criticism of the Feasibility Study at the Nov. 1 Osceola County Legislative Delegation meeting but the group COPI did a 20 minute presentation of the faults of the Feasibility Study. Poinciana No City presented petitions from residents opposing incorporation (along with additional petitions from another individual) and made the argument that the Feasibility Study was plagiarized from the 2009 Study. Furthermore, Ms. Reynolds didnt do any research and compare the reformatted Feasibility Study with the original but took the word of Mr. Laytham that he reformatted the Study to show that it meets the statutory standards. Upon review of the reformatted study the first thing that pops out is that it is just a restatement of the original study reworded. Rewording wrong information or still not mentioning those requirements that the study doesnt touch upon is not showing how the study meets the requirements as Mr. Laytham claims and Ms. Reynolds reports. Ms. Reynolds would recognize this if she just didnt take Mr. Laythams word and actually compared the two studies and spoke with the opposition to incorporation that produced the rebuttal to the study to get a clear understanding of both sides of the issue. Second, this new Feasibility Study is not an expansion of the original study as Ms. Reynolds reported. It does not cover many of the items that the 2009 study covered. While the 2009 Study was poorly done and the research was inadequate to prove that it was feasible for Poinciana to become a city at that time, this new study does not resemble it whatsoever. And similar to the 2009 study, does not prove that Poinciana is feasible to become a city. The question at the end of the day is why are Ms. Reynolds and this paper acting as Mr. Laythams press secretary by just reporting what Mr. Laytham says to write? Where is the investigative reporting on the issue? Where is the balance? Since this issue came to light, this paper has reported only one side of the issue, the one Mr. Laytham tells them to write. This is an individual who doesnt even live in the coverage area of the paper. Isnt it time that Ms. Reynolds and this paper provide the Osceola readership with a fair and balanced report on this issue? Jeffery A. Goldmacher KissimmeeDont let the clock run out on incorporation effortTo the Editor: In the Osceola News Gazette editorial published Nov. 8, the News-Gazette urges the legislators representing Poinciana to let residents decide if they want incorporation. At the Dec. 16, Polk Delegation meeting, the problem was clearly stated by Danny Ellis, executive representing the Poinciana HOA property management company, when he stated that the wishes of the 40 percent of Poinciana residents who are renters, not property owners, should have no say in local Poinciana government decisions but the property owners who dont even live in Poinciana should. Your editorial states this is not a battle between sports two sports teams. This is about what is best for Poinciana. The recent article published in the News-Gazette by ( staff writer) Tiffany Reynolds describes the requests made by Representatives Larosa and Rangel to ask the Florida House committee experts to provide their assessment on the incorporation feasibility study and Poincianas ability to form a new city. A city where all citizens can be represented, not just the property owners and corporate developers. Hopefully this information can be provided to those who have worked so hard on the Poinciana Incorporation effort in a timely manner so that any issues or concerns can be addressed before the clock runs out on the 2014 Florida Legislative session time requirements? Keith Laytham PoincianaThank youTo the Editor: New Years Eve was welcomed in downtown Kissimmee with the dropping of a 2 by 2 cube with blinking lights Hundreds of people gathered on Dakin Avenue near Broadway to celebrate the event. Thank you to KUA for supplying the hugh crane and two employees, Mike Taylor and Chad Sullivan who timed the drop perfectly. Thank you Elaine Makinson for letting us use their parking lot. The citys Parks and Recreation set up the stage for entertainment and the cities Central Services designed and built the cube, thank you Dan Loubier and David Derrick. Once again, a great time was had New Years Eve and to the 10 count down people, you didnt miss a beat. Dont forget to mark your calenders for New Years Eve and well do it again. There will be other surprises. Jerry Gemskie Kissimmee No, it is not your television set. And its not a thunderstorm disrupting satellite service. You can try shaking it or even giving that set a well-placed kick if you have DirecTV, you no longer have The Weather Channel. For 20 million viewers nationwide and thousands in Osceola County, The Weather Channel has gone silent. And that is a big deal in Central Florida. Sure, The Weather Channel is no longer the only choice when it comes to weather emergencies in the area. The local channels do more than their fair share when severe thunderstorms or a hurricane is looming in the Atlantic to let us know about potential meteorological dangers. But when you turn on that TV, it is great to know 24-hour detailed weather information is available. DirecTV pulled The Weather Channel off the air for all of its viewers earlier this week in yet another one of those money arguments between TV service providers (like cable and satellite) and those that provide the programs. And as usual, it is the viewer who loses. The Weather Channel is asking for what it calls a negligible increase to DirecTV for its weather service. And as of late this week, it looks like the two sides are pretty far apart in coming to an agreement. The Weather Channel actually urged Congress to intervene in the business dispute before the contract expired, saying it could harm the public safety if it went dark. That is a bit of a stretch, of course, if you have checked out The Weather Channel in the last few years. A lot of its programming is more of the reality type, so it isnt even necessarily the first place to go for weather anymore. But it is a major resource during hurricane season where it seemingly always provide round-the-clock coverage. If you have DirecTV, the company does have its own service, Weather Nation, a channel it launched in response to consumer complaints that The Weather Channel isnt all about weather forecasting anymore, with all of that reality programming. And if there is an emergency, DirecTV also will have its own emergency channels available for weather programming. Still, considering all the money we viewers pay each month, we should expect more both from our TV service providers and those who provide the programming. Lets stop letting everything, even getting something as simple, or sometimes as important as the weather, be all about profit. Submit 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 news@ 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. All letters include the name, address and daytime phone number of the writer for verification purposes. The News-Gazette will not publish the writers phone number. Letters to t he e ditor are published on Thursdays and Saturdays. They also may be published in other Florida Sun Publications, including on the News-Gazette website. If you have any questions about letters to the editor or the Opinion page, contact Editor Brian McBride at 321-402-0436. Email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our view Got a gripe? Perhaps youve heard of the Fourth Amendment. Thats the one that guarantees freedom from unfettered government snooping, the one that says government needs probable cause and a warrant before it can search or seize your things. That guarantee would seem to be ironclad, but weve been learning lately that its not. Indeed, maybe weve reached the point where the Fourth ought to be marked with an asterisk and followed by disclaimers in the manner of the announcer who spends 30 seconds extolling the miracle drug and the next 30 speed-reading its dire side effects: To wit: Fourth Amendment not available to black and Hispanic men walking in New York, who may be stopped and frisked for no discernible reason. Fourth Amendment does not cover black or Hispanic men driving anywhere as they may be stopped on any pretext of traffic violation and searched for drugs. Fourth Amendment does not protect library patrons as the Patriot Act allows the FBI to search your library records without your knowledge. Fourth Amendment does not apply to anyone using a telephone, the Internet or email as these communications may be searched by the NSA at any time. To those disclaimers, we now add a new one: Fourth Amendment not effective at the U.S. border. Just before New Years, you see, federal Judge Edward Korman tossed out a suit stemming from something that happened to Pascal Abidor, a graduate student who holds dual French and U.S. citizenship. He was taken off an Amtrak train crossing into New York from Canada in May 2010, cuffed and detained for hours by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents. They seized his laptop and kept it for 11 days. It seems the computer contained photos of rallies by Hamas, the radical Islamist group, and his passport indicated travel in the Middle East. Abidor explained that hes a student of Islamic studies at McGill University and that hes researching his doctoral thesis. According to at least one news report, hes not even Muslim. None of this moved the border agents or the judge. He rejected the suit brought by the ACLU, among others, on behalf of Abidor and the National Press Photographers Association, among others, on grounds the plaintiffs had no standing to bring suit because, he says, the searches are so rare there is little risk a traveler will be subjected to one. More jarring, Korman found that even had the suit gone forward the plaintiffs would have lost on the merits. It is permissible, he said, for border agents to seize your devices and copy your files, even without any suspicion of wrongdoing. He questioned whether people really need to carry devices containing personal or confidential material and said that dealing with a possible search of such a device is just one of the inconveniences a traveler faces. As it happens, border-control officers already operate under a looser constitutional standard. They are allowed to conduct warrantless, suspicion-less searches of our bodies and our bags. But our laptops? Our iPads? These devices are repositories of financial records, health information, confidential news sources and diaries. Are you required to surrender even the most intimate stuff of your life and work on the whim of a border agent because he or she doesnt like your looks? Apparently, yes. It is a sobering reminder -not simply that the law lags the innovations of the Information Age, not simply that the whole idea of privacy is shrinking like an ice cube in a tea kettle, but also that if you lard a right with too many exceptions, that right becomes impotent. So maybe instead of counting the places and situations where the Fourth Amendment no longer applies, we should start counting the ones where it still does. Its getting so that might be a shorter list. Leonard Pitts is a columnist for The Miami Herald, 1 Herald Plaza, Miami, Fla., 33132. Readers may contact him via email at lpitts@ miamiherald.com. 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Saturday, January 18, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A5 said News-Gazette Editor Brian McBride. The site, located at food. aroundosceola.com, is more than just cooking videos and recipes. The site has partnered with professional chefs who demonstrate some of their favorite dishes, as well as food bloggers who offer recipes with an extra dash of insight into the creative process behind the dishes. From bacon sausage rollups to grilled tuna steaks, the chefs really take you by the hand and walk you through step by step on how to make some incredibly delicious dishes, McBride said. The site, which grows each week with new and exciting recipes, already is a treasure trove of possibilities for anyone looking to add a little spice to their life. The variety of dishes is simply amazing. Go to the site, give it a try, and enjoy, McBride said. Cloud north of 13th street from New York Avenue to Eastern Avenue; parts of Buenaventura Lakes south of Alameda Drive and Poinciana west of Poinciana Boulevard. We are seeking individuals, especially from these targeted areas, who will work with us to develop an action plan to reduce the number of fetal and infant deaths in our county, Clarke said. A womans health before she becomes pregnant is extremely important. Pre-natal health is part of what Ethel Smith, senior health educator at the health department, focused on at a Lunch and Learn meeting on Jan. 16 aimed toward women between the ages of 18 and 40. Her topic was Pre-conception as a Way of Life. The goal of this Lunch and Learn was to reduce the risk of birth defects, Smith said. Some people plan their pregnancies; however, I would venture to say there are more unplanned pregnancies. A womens lifestyle prior to conception plays a role in the outcome of both her pregnancy and the babys health, according to the National Birth Defects Preventio n Network. Most people are unaware of how common, costly and critical birth defects are in the United States, or that there are simple steps that can be taken to reduce the risk of birth defects, said Belinda Johnson-Cornett, administrator at the Osceola County Health Department. The health of both parents prior to pregnancy can affect the risk of having a child with a birth defect. Food intake, lifestyle choices, factors in the environment, health conditions and medications before and during pregnancy all can play a role in reducing or increasing the risk of birth defects. There are many different kinds of birth defects including congenital heart defects, cleft lip or palate, defects of the brain and spine, bones, muscles and internal organs, and a variety of genetic syndromes such as Down syndrome. Some have only a minor and brief effect on a babys health while others have life-threatening or lifelong effects, which can often be lessened by early detection and treatment. In Osceola County, 20 infant deaths between 2009 and 2013 were caused by congenital and chromosomal defects, according to the Florida Department of Health. Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant are advised to consume 400 micrograms of folic acid daily; manage chronic maternal illnesses such as diabetes; reach and maintain a healthy weight; talk to a healthcare provider about taking any medications, both prescription and overthe-counter and avoid alcohol, smoking, and illicit drugs. Pregnant women also should see a healthcare provider regularly; avoid toxic substances at work or at home; ensure protection against domestic violence and know their family history and seek reproductive genetic counseling, if appropriate. Small s teps like visiting a h ealthcare provider before pregnancy and taking a multivitamin every day can go a long way, said Johnson-Cornett. To learn more about preventing birth defects, please contact the Florida Department of Health in Osceola County at 407-343-2000 or visit www.osceolahealth.org. Valencia College originally offered up $100,000 to design and start a specialized training program to provide Colt a local labor force. The state can ask for the money back, Osceola County Strategic Initiatives Director Jeff Jones said. They had to deliver a certain number of jobs by Dec. 31, and they have to report to the state on that by the end of this month, so well see what happens by Jan. 31. But when we were there in the summer, higher-ups like their CEO, general counsel and liaison expressed continued interest in coming to the county. Original contact language stated that Colts has penalties due, up to $50,000 to Osceola County, if the new jobs are not delivered by the end of 2014. At the 2011 agreement announcement, Colt said it would make additional capital investment in the building. The companys rent is $1 per year until 2016, w hen it will pa y $108,000 annually. Now a worship pastor in Dallas, Texas, Grizzard lived in Kissimmee with his family for about 10 years, until he graduated from Osceola High School in 2004. Before choir at OHS, Grizzard described himself as anti-music, playing sports throughout his childhood while his mom and older brother sang at First Baptist Kissimmee. He walked away from sports after his first year at OHS, and it was his brother who suggested trying out for choir instead. From that first audition, he fell in love with the craft. It was the first time he ever sang with a group, and it was in those three years, Grizzard said, that he discovered his talent and passion for music theory. I caught onto it quickly, and I was going back for a little more. I wanted to know and understand why music was making sense the way it was. Why it fits together, and what makes these sounds and how to piece-meal together. That was not normal. Most people dont care enough to do that, and for some reason I just had this desire to figure out why that came alive like that, Grizzard said. He continued to study music, and later worship leadership, in college. Along with leading a church in Dallas, Grizzard also traveled with the group Voices of Liberty during college, singing in 120 concerts a year, and has recorded with the company Wow Entertainment. His musical influences are Marc Broussard, Charles Billingsly and his mother, Sandy Bruetten, but his biggest musical influence is his brother, Kyle Grizzard. Jordan describes him as always being passionate about music, and always encouraging him when he became serious with it in high school. I got to watch him go through life, and watch him do what he wants to do. Which, for a younger brother, its always exciting for me to watch that. So, to watch him and see him grow and develop as a musician, that was really good for me to see that, Grizzard said. His brother now works as a worship pastor at First Baptist Kissimmee. His mother also worked as music ministry assistant at First Baptist for 17 years.ContestantContinued from Page A-1 ColtContinued from Page A-1 DepartmentContinued from Page A-3 Do you have Osceola County news?If you have news that you would like to share with the Osceola NewsGazette, contact Editor B rian McBride at 321-4020436. You may fax information to the newspape r at 407-846-8516 or email it to email@example.com or news@osceolanews gaz e tte.com. 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Page A6, Girls district soccer Follow us on Twitte r Lady Longhorns advance By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Harmony advanced to the girls soccer regionals for the fifth year in a row after overcoming pesky Celebration, 6-2, at the 5A-9 district semifinals Wednesday at St. Clouds Gannarelli Field. The Lady Longhorns, 10-3-1, played Davenport Ridge Community, 17-8, for the district championship Friday. Ridge Community held off St. Cloud, 6-4, in the semifinals. Sage Leffew scored three goals Wednesday to lead the Lady Longhorns, the tournaments No. 1 seed. Celebration, 9-6-3, tied the score at 1-1 and 2-2 in the first half and trailed by only one goal, 3-2, at the half. Harmony Coach Stephanie Jones said her team, which was playing for its fourth consecutive district championship Friday, better play much better at the regionals than it did against Celebration. We came out lackadaisical, like we knew that we had gone through the whole season without giving up a goal in the district. Thats how we played, Jones said. Give Celebration credit. They came out and played with a lot of intensity. They wanted it more than we did. Leffew, off an assist from Sarah White, scored from 10 yards to put the Horns ahead, 1-0, 6:27 into the match, but Celebration forward Sophia Perez made a terrific run from midfield and scored four minutes later to tie the score. Leffew countered from the top of the box 26 minutes into the game to put Harmony up by 2-1, but Celebration tied it again when Perez fed Sophia Graves with 6:31 left in the half. Three minutes later, Leffews header off a feed from Breana Plattner made it 3-2. Leffew used the same term as her coach, lackadaisical, to describe Harmonys first-half performance. We all could have played better. We did in the second half, she said. Leffew, who returned to the Horns for her senior year after playing club soccer last season, said that scoring the hat trick was fun. Yeah, anytime you can score a goal, thats good, she said. Leffew will sign a soccer grant to Northwestern State, La., next month. Harmony asserted itself in the second half, scoring three goals and holding Celebration to few shots on goal. White boomed in a shot from 20 yards out to give Harmony a 4-2 advantage 2:39 into the second half, and Jessica Fandino cleaned up from in front of the goal to make it 5-2 11 minutes later. Plattner wrapped up the scoring with 17:50 left. Jones said that the regional competition from District 5A-10 will be at a high level, and her team must come prepared to play Thursday. One thing that we teach our girls is to play with no regrets, she said. Im confident that we will give a much better effort at the regional. They understand what the situation is. The teams from that district (5A-10) are extremely good. Vero Beach we have seen and they got us by a couple of goals, and then Jupiter beat t hem. No matter what team comes from that district, its not going to be easy. That Whether by karma or simply good fortune, the NFLs Final Four Sunday is perfect. The best teams from the AFC and NFC will play for their spot at Super Bowl XLVIII. The conference collisions Sunday also highlight the best of the old guard quarterbacks, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, and two of the premier new blood signal callers, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick. During the preseason in August, it wasnt difficult for clued-in NFL fans to determine that, barring injuries, these four teams were the class of the league. The Denver-New England AFC game is a relatively rare meeting of Nos. 1 and 2 playoff seeds. San Francisco might have the most talent of any team in the league and would normally rate at least a No. 2 playoff seed, but because of the unfortunate circumstance that three of the NFCs top five teams resided in the West Division, the Niners are the No. 5 wild card behind No. 1 Seattle. Expectations for Sundays games are high, in part because last weeks divisional round was such a dud. With NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell determined to expand the playoffs, last weeks lackadaisical performances should be a warning about the quality of future NFL playoff fields. Even with only 12 of the NFLs 32 teams invited to the playoffs, there tends to be two or three pretenders among the field. At the same time, under this limited playoff format, a few worthy teams like this years Arizona Cardinals (10-6) are left behind. We would advise the commissioner to tread lightly about playoff expansion. Talk of adding one more playoff team per conference for a total of 14 probably wouldnt dramatically taint the playoff field, but adding two more teams per conference 16 total would put 50 percent of the league into the postseason, a strategy that has not served either the NBA or the NHL particularly well. Under a 16-team playoff format this season, Pittsburgh and the N.Y. Jets would have made the AFC playoff field. That might have been interesting as both played well down the stretch, but what were the odds of them advancing very far? Arizona and (yikes!) Dallas would have joined the NFC playoffs. Honestly, havent Cowboys fans suffered enough late in the season? Do we really want to see some 7-9 or 6-10 interloper get hot at the right time and win the Super Bowl? Oh, what the heck. Its the NFL. Wed love it. The Mighty News-Gazette Divine 9 : No. 1: The Professor and Mary Ann (and Reuben Kincaid). No. 2: The Seabirds. No. 3: CenturyLink Field. No. 4: Crazy Legs Kaepernick. No. 5: The Niners. No. 6: The Broncos. No. 7: The Pats. No. 8: The Partridge Family. No. 9: Gilligan, Ginger, The Skipper, Mr. and Mrs. Howell. To the picks: New England at Denver (-5): BradyManning XV. Few TV series have lasted as long as this quarterback rivalry. Not quite sure about this point spread. P. Manning is 4-10 against Brady/ Belichick. Although in the preseason I had Denver beating Seattle in the Super Bowl, the Broncos fans might well endure another playoff disappointment. Pats by 3 in the B/B Upset Special. San Francisco at Seattle (-3.5): Weve heard endlessly about Seattles remarkable home field advantage at CenturyLink, how the crowd is so noisy that whales 3,000 miles offshore cover their blow holes. But, the Niners have been there, done that. This will be a slugfest in the Steelers-Ravens mold, but the Niners look like a team on a mission. Niners by 2 in the Were On A Mission From Frisco Upset Special. Brian Big Man McBrides Super Sniffer Upset Special: Niners by 4. Ken Jackson says: Seattle will play NFLs final four is spot on Rick PedoneSports Editor Picks of the Weak Harmonys Sage Leffew races past Celebration defender Courtney Morgan (3) and prepares to shoot during the Lady Longhorns 6-2 victory at the 5A-9 district tournament at St. Cloud Wednesday.News-Gazette Photo/ndrew Sullivan Leffews hat trick propels HarmonySee Horns, page A-7 See Column, page A-7 Baldwin is new national pins king 5A-9 soccer tourney wide open By Rick Pedone Sports Editor For Osceola High junior wrestler Fox Baldwin, its one national record down and one to go today at the Dunedin Falcon Duals. Baldwin, a three-tim e state champion, set the record for career pins (243) at Orange City University High Wednesday. Today, he goes for the national career victories record (324), held by his older brother, Pete Baldwin. Pete Baldwin also had the pins record. I was excited about it. I wanted to get the job done, Fox said. Im always looking for the pin. Thats how you get the most points for your team. As is the case with most of Baldwins 33 victories this year, his 160-pound match at Orange City did not last long. He pinned his opponent in 48 seconds. All of his victories have come by pin this season, except for one forfeit. Baldwin has 321 career wins and he will wrestle four or five times today, OHS assistant coach Rick Tribit said. It depends on how they adjust the pools because one team dropped out, Tribit said. See Baldwin, page A-7 Members of the Gateway Panthers soccer team gather around Orlando City Lions goalie Miguel Gallardo (top center) after Gallardo spoke to the team recently. Gateway begins district tournament play Monday.Photo/Special to the News-Gazette By Rick Pedone Sports Editor The 5A-9 boys district soccer tournament next week at St. Cloud will be one of the most competitive in Central Florida, according to the district coaches. Its as close as Ive ever seen it, Osceola Coach Tom Bell said. Bell, who led his team to the regional finals two years ago, said his Kowboys plus Gateway, Harmony, Celebration and Davenport Ridge Community should a ll have expectations of advancing to the regional playoffs, and Bell said host St. Cloud, Liberty and Haines City also are dangerous and are capable of upsetting the top seeds. Osceola, 7-5-2, concluded the regular season at Gateway, 9-5-2, Thursday. The Kowboys, 5-1-1 in the district, tied Harmony, 10-4-4, in the district regular season standings, but they earned the top seed based on a regular season victory over the Longhorns. The 5A-9 tournament begins at the sites of the top four seeds in the eightteam district Monday at 6 p.m. and then moves to St. Cloud for the semifinals Wednesday (6 p.m. and 8 p.m.) and finals Friday at 6 p.m. The Kowboys host No. 8 St. Cloud, 1-11-1, Monday. Harmony, No. 2, hosts Liberty, 2-8; No. 3 Ridge Community, 10-5-2, hosts Haines City, 6-11-2, and No. 4 Gateway hosts Nov. 5 Celebration. Gateway and Harmony (5-1) tied at the top of the Orange Belt Conference standings after the Longhorns, 12-4-4, beat Celebration, 3-0, Thursday. Osceola was 4-1-1 in the OBC. Celebration, 7-8-1, is 3-3-1 in the district and 3-2-1 in the conference. Bell said his team should be stronger with the return of center midfielder Tim Elsterman, out since early in the season after suffering a concussion, Bell said. He will help us. He was scoring goals before he was hurt, Bell said. A young lineup with only three seniors and one junior has made this season a learning-on-the-job production, Bell said, and he is happy with the progress displayed by his team. We dont have the same caliber of players you see in counties like Orange and Brevard, but I wouldnt trade a single one of my kids for them, Bell said. Theyve been playing great together. We play hard every game. Sophomore Alex Medina leads the Kowboys in scoring with 12 goals, and Austin Richards and Luis Medrano, two seniors, also have been productive around the goal. Bell said keeper Jonatan Cruz, the teams third senior, has saved several games for OHS Hes been fantastic. See District, page A-7
Saturday, January 18, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A7 ColumnContinued from page A-6DistrictContinued from page A-6well when the chips are down and everything means everything. They have to, right? Frisco is playing the were disrespected card, but you dont get to play that in the NFC Championship game ... Seahawks by 3. Everything just feels right for Denver. The Patriots want to run the ball these days but theyll have to throw it to keep up with Peyton.Tom Bradys not a bad guy to be throwing it, but thats like driving an Audi against a Ferrari ... Broncos by 1. being said, are they capable of being beaten? Certainly they are, but we will have to play much better. Celebration Coach Ed Kuzma lauded h is t eams effort. I dont know what to say. No one had scored on Harmony all year in the district. My girls played hard, Im very proud of their effort, Kuzma said. We went to camp with (Harmony) last summer and played with those girls. We picked up a few things from them, like their toughness, and then having Coach Jones say encouraging things about our players, that is a very positive indicator for the future of our program. St. Cloud, 14-2, led Ridge Community, 1-0, on Brittney Luthurs goal at the half Wednesday before the Bolts exploded for five goals early in the second half to go up, 5-1. But, St. Cloud, who had won 12 straight matches, countered with three quick goals late in the half to pull close before the Bolts added an insurance goal. The Lady Bulldogs beat Ridge, 3-2, in December. The Harmony-Ridge Community winner Friday will host a regional playoff game Jan. 23. The loser w ill visit the 5A-10 champion.HornsContinued from page A-6Hes kept us in a lot of games this season, Bell said. Bell said Gateways experience and excellent coaching from first-year Coach Dean Olliff make it a district favorite. Theyve got seniors there who are very good, and Coach Olliff has done a fantastic job there. Hes one of many very good coaches we have in the county. I think that might signal an upturn for soccer here in Osceola County, Bell said. Weve had several of our former players return here to help me as assistants this year, and they are doing a fantastic job for our program. Olliff said that although his squad has struggled at times, as it did in a 4-0 loss to Lake Nona Monday, it should benefit from a philosophy that Olliff borrowed from boxing legend Muhammad Ali: Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion. Olliff said that he brought Orlando City Lions goalkeeper Miguel Gallardo to Gateway to speak to his players, and Gallardo challenged them to make the most of the opportunity they have. They seem to have taken him up on the challenge, Olliff said. Osman Toro and Rodolfo Morales lead the Panthers in scoring, and Victor Restrepo and Carlos Rojas have made key assists. Olliff credits assistant coach Sagar Patel for molding a group of young defenders into an effective unit. He has had his work cut out with essentially a brand new back line. Hopefully, our work early in the season will pay off and we will retain our consistency going into the district tournament, Olliff said. Celebration Coach John Prow said sophomore goalie Johnathan Price has been excellent this season. He is one of the best young players in the area and he is just learning how good he can be, prow said. Senior captain Juan Buitron has excelled at midfield and provided leadership for the Storm, Prow said, and senior Nabil Hawari has anchored the defense when needed and moved forward to provide a scoring threat as well. He has scored in the double digits. We are improving and I think we will be a threat, Prow said. OHS won t he match against University, 55-15. Baldwin is invited to the Olympic Training Center starting Feb. 24. 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If just the thought of turning the pages of Great Expectations or Oliver Twist sets your heart racing, have I got a movie for you. The Invisible Woman certainly isnt for everyone. If Iron Man 3 was your favorite film of 2013, you probably best stay away from this film which goes in infinite detail about Charles Dickens and his infidelity with a much younger woman as he approached his middle years. I read a few of the compulsory Dickens books in high school and college and usually just couldnt get my head in 19th century British literature. And I do not remember hardly any discussion about Dickens life. The Invisible Woman handles both chores quite nicely and will probably be part of class movie outing field trip as well as DVD viewing once the film arrives in that format. Directed and starring Ralph Fiennes as Dickens featuring Felicity Jones as the object of his affection, a not yet 18-yearold girl named Nelly. Told mostly in flashback, Ellen Ternan (Nelly) is a happily-married mother and schoolteacher in 1880s England. But there is something dark deep inside of her that has been haunting her her secret affair with Dickens that lasted the last 13 years of Dickens life. If you want lots of action, The Invisible Woman is going to be pretty painful. As a .sca r The Invisible Woman is detailed version of a very secret affair Peter CovinoFilm Critic Section B Check out aroundosceola.com January 18, 2014 It s a Dickens of a tale CHILI COOKOFFKISSIMMEE Its chili time all-day today at Kissimmee Lakefront Park. The 18th annual Kissimmee Sunshine Regional Chili Cook-off event kicks off at 11 a.m. and continues until 5 p.m. in the Civic Lawn at the Kissimmee Lakefront Park. Competitors from across the state of Florida and throughout the nation will show off their chili cooking skills at this International Chili Society sanctioned event. All cooking is done on site and over 60 entries are expected to compete this weekend. More than $4,000 will be awarded in cash and prizes, including $1,500 for the 1st place winner. Competitive categories include ICS Chili, Peoples Choice, Chili Verde, Salsa and new this year; Homestyle. Local dignitaries, experienced chili judges and event sponsors will judge the chili. Residents and guests are encouraged to cast their votes for the Peoples Choice Award from 12:30.to 2:30 p.m. The general public will be able to sample all of the competitors chili after 3 p.m. In addition to the chili tasting awards, there will be prizes for the best decorated booth. Admission is free. This tasty event draws thousands of spectators each year, who come out to enjoy chili samples, live music, arts and crafts, a beer garden, great food and a kids play area sponsored by KUA. This years event will feature music from the group Hay Fire.OTRONICON RETURNS ORLANDO For the ninth consecutive year, multiple industry partners join Orlando Science Center to celebrate the role interactive technology has in the way we live, learn, work and play during Otronicon Jan. 18. The event has the opportunity to inspire a childs interest in science and tech careers through the appeal of video games, interactive technology and virtual reality. New partners Microsoft and Sony join the likes of Walt Disney World Resort, EA SPORTS, Florida Hospital for Children, Lockheed Martin and the University of Central Florida to demonstrate Orlandos impact on the world of entertainment, simulation, education, training, health care and more. Admission to Otronicon is $19 for adults and $13 for youth (ages 3-11). CELEBRATION FOUNDATION SERIESCELEBRATION The Celebration Foundation has announced its upcoming classical music series schedule: Sunday Jan. 26, 4 p.m. Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra, Saturday Feb. 15, 7:30 p.m. Orlando Philharmonic, Saturday March 8, 8 p.m. Notre Dame Glee Club. Sunday March 16 4 p.m. Brooklyn Rider. Complete series tickets are $80. Go to www.thecelebrationfoundation.org for more information.MECUM AUCTIONKISSIMMEE Mecum Collector Car Auction looks to break another one of its records as the Kissimmee auction returns to Osceola Heritage Park through Jan. 26. The event will see more than 3,000 vehicles ride the red carpet. In addition to the classic rides, 750 items of Road Art will be available on Jan. 20 Tickets are on sale now through the Silver Spurs Arena Box Office. Ticket prices are $20. Children 12 and under are free with paying adult. See Movie, page B-3 SonyThe Invisible Woman Directed by: Ralph Fiennes Running time: 116 minutes Rated: R BFelicity J ones and Ralp h Fiennes star in T he Invisible Woman, a story of the middle-aged Charle s Dickens secret a ffair. By Peter Covino A&E Editor Fancy a cup of tea? Ive got just the spot for you. While there are several places to get a good cup of coffee in downtown Kissimmee, there really isnt a place to sit back and have a nice cuppa in that timely British tradition, until now. Lyndees Bakery & English Tea Shoppe is one of the newest dining places downtown and a nice place to just relax and unwind from an otherwise busy day. Maria Mitchell, who has been baking British confections such as scones and pasties at home for years, and just recently opened Lyndees (named after her two daughters) late last year. Men usually get nervous in tea rooms, but there is no danger of being the bull in the china shop at Lyndees. The dcor is inviting for all and as soothing as one of the many varieties of teas available. And the prices for tea are pretty soothing as well. For just $1.95, you get your choice of tea in a small pot, which is more New tea shop features baked goods, lunch and a high tea on Sundays Get ready for the Florida State Fair See Tea, page B-2Its almost time for the corn dogs and cotton candy. The Florida State Fair Authority has announced the 2014 Florida State Fair return to the state fairgrounds Feb. 6 17. Advance tickets are on sale now at Walgreens locations throughout the State and also at participating AAA area locations. 2014 marks a historic 110th annual Fair, with the theme st Place For Fun reminding fairgoers that the Florida State Fair is the first state fair of the year in the country. Boasting the largest independent midway and highlighting the largest traveling roller coaster in North America, the fair also offers 110 free things to do; four featured concerts including America, Country Gold, Sister Hazel and Uncle Kracker; amazing animals and livestock; the Mildred W. and Doyle E. Carlton Jr. Cracker Country; bizarre side show spectacles like sword swallowing and fire eating; an exciting FMX Motorcycle Thrill Zone; fantastic fair food and other exciting entertainment throughout the twelve days of fair fun. Weve created expanded daily discounts and promotions to appeal to every group from honoring our heroes on opening day and four senior days to college day and four student days touching nine surrounding counties, notes Charles Pesa-Tickets are on sale for the 110th annual state fair, Feb. 6-17Tea for two or maybe more See Fair, page B-2 From f air f ood to midway rides and other e xciting entertainment, the F lorida State Fair is one of the biggest winter attractions in the state. The 70th Annual Osceola County Fair returns Feb. 14 23. The Childrens Pet Show also will return for an afternoon of adorable pets, even cuter kids, fun, laughs, ribbons and the coveted Best of Show trophy. Children from both rural and urban backgrounds come together to showcase their pets to the spectators and judges. Each contestant is given the opportu nity to walk or carry their pet around the show ring. Judges ask basic questions about their pet. Categories include; Best Cat, Best Dog, Best Livestock, Ugliest Pet, Most Unusual Pet, Best Performing Pet, Best Costumed Pet. Ribbons will be awarded in each category. A Rosette trophy will be awarded for Best in Show. The event is free to enter. Forms are available at the KVLS Fair Office located at Osceola Heritage Park, 1911 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee. News-Gazette photo/Andrew SullivanMaria Mitchell recently opened Lyndees Bakery & English Tea Shoppe in downtown Kissimmee. The shop features teas of all types, as well as coffee, sandwiches and baked goods.
Page B2, than enough for two cups of the steaming beverage. The menu itself is still in the development stage, but it already includes a nice assortment. Apple fritters and the already mentioned scones are definitely a prerequisite with tea. Apple fritters are $2.50 and scones (served with jam and butter) are $3, so a little tea break is not going to break the bank by any means. If you want something a bit heartier, the shop also has spinach or cheese quiche ($5.50); English pasties ($7.95); and a chicken sandwich with chipotle dressing ($6.99). Other items include bagels with cream cheese ($2.50), carrot juice, fountain drinks and orange juice. And just because it is a tea shop, it doesnt mean coffee isnt available. There is the standard house variety, as well as cappuccino and espresso. Flavored coffees also are available. If you are looking for something special, Lyndees offers a traditional high tea on Sundays. The tea ($19.95 for two) features your tea of choice, Victorian sandwich, scones and finger sandwich. The tea shop could be the perfect place to bring that special someone for Valentines Day. A Valentine special will be featured for that day as well. Because of limited space, Mitchell advised calling ahead for the high tea and on Valentines Day (407 552-6229). Stop in today (Saturday) for some grand opening specials as well, she said. This is something I really enjoy doing, said Mitchell, a first-time business owner, a nd downtown Kissimmee seemed like the perfect place for a shop of this kind. Mitchell said she found the location last year, but as with any business it takes several months to get up and running. Right now it is pretty much a one-person operation, but hopefully her daughter will be working in the shop soon and her son helped with much of the carpentry work, so it is a family operation. In addition to the regular tea and high tea on Sundays, Lyndees also caters and is nice place for special events. I had a bridal party here recently (including a couple of men from the bridal party) she said. It is just a soothing place to be, Mitchell said. Plus it is good place to bring youngsters for a bit of a structured setting on how to behave. I would like to hav e some classes for young kids on Saturdays, she said, to teach that kind of thing. Lyndees offers a variety of American, British and Caribbean blend teas and has free Wifi. The shop, located at 121 Broadway, is open daily Tuesday through Thursday from 7 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 7:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. High tea is served on Sunday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.Lakeridge Winery A clink of the wine glass to the Lakeridge Winery in Clermont, which donated a check of more than $4,000 to the Greater Orlando American Heart Association. Each month the winery attracts thousands to its themed festivals featuring food, music and wine. While there is no admission, a $2 admission is accepted at the gate with a portion going to a local charity. We are so thankful to Lakeridge Winery for their support in our mission of building h ealthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke, said Dan Artone, Greater Orlando American Heart Association Board Chairman. Funds will go towards the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association to help eliminate the number one killer of all Americans heart disease. In February, Lakeridge Winery will host Winefest XXIV, which will benefit the South Lake Chamber of Commerce.Pollo TropicalGot an old phone that you are not using or that doesnt even work? Pollo Tropical is offering a way to get rid of them and support a great cause at the same time. On Tuesday, Jan. 21, guests can help battered womens shelters by dropping off their old phones at the restaurants, and in return receive a free Tropical Chicken Spinach wrap. The annual Handheld for a Handheld event, now in its fourth year, provides cellphones to abused women for emergency use. Pollo Tropical hopes to collect 2,000 phones to donate to womens charities including Women in Distress of Broward County, Harbor House of Central Florida, and the Naples Shelter for Abused Women and Children. Pollo Tropicals annual cellphone drive provides a valuable tool in our mission to stop domestic violence abuse for everyone through intervention, education and advocacy, said Danay Pelaez, director of development and operations for Women in Distress of Broward County. Domestic violence is a community problem, and t his program raises awareness and helps the community be part of the solution. We strongly believe in giving back to the communities in which we do business, and our annual Handheld for a Handheld campaign is a great way to get our guests involved, said Pollo Tropical Director of Marketing Sandra Pascual. Its a total winwin guests get rid of their unused items and try our delicious new Tropical Chicken Spinach Wrap in return. Pollo Tropical introduced the Tropical Chicken Spinach Wrap at select locations in mid-December as a healthy, portable new option to enjoy on the go. The grill-pressed wrap is made with citrus marinated chicken breast, fresh spinach bits of bacon, melted Monterey jack and cheddar cheeses, wrapped up with a flavorful cilantro-garlic sauce. There is no limit on the number of phones customers can donate or the number of wraps they can receive, and the phones dont need to be in working order they just need to have a battery. For locations and additional information about Pollo Tropical, go to www.pollotropical.com.Fresh To OrderI try to avoid a trip to Waterford Lakes because it just seems like a really long drive, but Fresh to Order just may make the driv e worthwhile. The first Florida Fresh to Order upscale fast fine food concept, is scheduled to open soon at Waterford Lakes Town Center. Waterford Lakes T own Center has just announced Fresh to Order will be coming soon to the center. From the release: Fresh to Order couples the level of quality found in casual fine dining with the price point of a fast casual establishment. Their menu offers c hef-inspired e ntrees, pizzas, paninis, soups, salads, and burgers. Guest favorites include Coconut Curry Salmon, Bourbon Filet Steak, Almond Chicken Skewers. Fresh To Order offers a selection of beer and wine and Gluten Free, Vegan and Kids Menu options are also available. Fresh To Order will be a welcome addition to our restaurant mix at Waterford Lakes Town Center, said Jamie Fraser, director of marketing and business development at Waterford Lakes Town Center. Their extensive menu and fine food fast concept will offer our visitors another delicious and differentiated dining option as they relax and unwind before or after shopping. Fresh To Order, which specializes in flavorful, fresh and affordable traditional favorites with a creative twist, began in Atlanta and is actively pursuing franchisees in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida and the Carolinas. The Waterford Lakes Town Center location in Orlando will be the first Fresh To Order to open in Florida and will be owned by Giriam Patel, with Girdar, LLC, experienced restaurant operators, who plans to open eight Fresh To Order units in the Orlando area. The restaurant serves a menu of freshly prepared entrees, Panini sandwiches, soups and salads in under 10 minutes for around $10. Fresh To Order has received numerous accolades from the foodservice industry including Nations Restaurant News 2013 Hot Concepts and Top 50 Break-Out Brands, and QSR Magazines 2013 Best Franchise Deals. Downtown Food & WineI will elaborate on this popular downtown Orlando event as it gets a bit closer, but the Sixth Annual Downtown Food & Wine Fest returns Saturday, Feb. 22 and Sunday, Feb. 23. The popular event attracts more than 20,000 foodies and wine lovers to experience local cuisine paired with wines from around the globe. The event will be held noon until 9 p.m. Saturday and noon until 7 p.m. Sunday, at Lake Eola along Robinson Street. Admission is $15 per person, per day with online purchase (admission day is $20 per day. Admission children under age 12 is free. For all-weekend Fest fans, a new, two-day ticket is available for $20 per person with advance online purchase. Food and beverage tickets are available at the Fest for $2 each; food and beverage offerings range from one to four tickets. For tickets/information go to http://downtownfoodandwinefest.cbslocal. com/2012/01/11/ticketinfo/. The beneficiary for Lakeridge Winerys Wine & Chocolate Festival held on December 14-15, 2013 was the American Heart Association. On December 17, 2013, Lakeridge Winery proudly presented a check to the AHA for $4,025.80. We are so thankful to Lakeridge Winery for their support in our mission of building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke, said Dan Artone, Greater Orlando American Heart Association Board Chairman. Funds will go towards the lifesaving work of the American Heart Association to help eliminate the number one killer of all Americans heart disease. In February, Lakeridge Winery will host Winefest XXIV, which will benefit the South Lake Chamber of Commerce.National Pie DayThursday, Jan. 23, is National Pie Day and the Nielsen guys conducted a survey recently, asking about favorites and pie habits. The survey revealed that pie is a preferred dessert even on special occasions other than Thanksgiving, with 70 percent favoring it on Christmas and 67 percent considering it a staple of family gatherings. What are Americans favorite pies? Apple of course, but perhaps surprisingly chocolate pie tied with pumpkin in the No. 2 spot, while cherry placed third, according to the survey. Tea Continued from page B-1 FairContinued from page B-1 no, Executive Director of the Florida State Fair Authority. This is a great year to experience the fair and the key for having epic fun on a budget will be to buy early and save.At-a-glanceWhen: February 6 17 Where: Florida State Fairgrounds 4800 US Hwy. 301 North, Tampa. Parking: Free. Admission: Advance pricing is $7 for seniors (select senior days only); $9 for adults. $5 for children ages 6-11. Children 5 and under are free. Ride armbands $25 in advance. Ticket Purchase: Available at Walgreens stores and participating AAA locations throughout the area including: Orlando. Country Gold concert tickets on Wednesday, Feb. 12 can only be purchased through the Florida State Fair Authority. Shows will be at noon and 4 p.m. All tickets available through the Fair box office, website, mail or fax: Call 800-345-FAIR (3247). Mail must be postmarked by January. Other significant discounts exist throughout the fair on ride armbands, themed promotional days and evening hours on select days. Checkwebsite for details. More fair info: Go to www.floridastatefair.com. Theres Always Something To Celebrate inFlorida051613.CELE Donations Needed! Hope for Humanity (501c3 charity) FREE Pick Up 407-507-3947Come visit us at Your donations feed & clothe people locally. Your proceeds also help support Give Kids the World and the Rock Church Youth Ministry. www.hopeforhumanityusa.org Open 7 Days A Week Food Pantry Open Wed 9 AM 3 PM(Near mile marker 10 1/2 mile east of Old Town)HOPE THRIFT Celebration Upcoming EventsWinter Sidewalk SaleJoin us today and Sunday for the best deals in Town Center at the Annual Winter Sidewalk SaleTODAY AND TOMORROW Saturday, January 18th Sunday, January 19th
Saturday, January 18, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3 Shopping & Dining MovieContinued from page B-1 director, Fiennes lingers over every detail. An upper middle class Londoner (though most of this is set elsewhere) from the 1870s, would feel very much at home watching the film. From the costuming to the proper behavior of Victorian England, it all seems right. Of course, Victorian citizens would be shocked and outraged (they already suspected the much beloved Dickens was having an affair) to find out just who this woman was. Directed obviously by a man, The Invisible Woman is, very much, a film that appeals to women. From Nelly herself and her mother (played by Kristin Scott Thomas) and sisters (actors all) to the poor suffering Catherine Dicken s (Mrs. Dickens), it explores the various difficulties of womanhood during the time period. Mrs. Ternan (Nellys mother) knows and backhandedly approves of her daughters affair, after all, it is Charles Dickens. Meanwhile Mrs. Dickens must suffer all of the indignities of being the cast-aside older woman, and it is more than a matter of age. Mrs. Dickens (Joanna Scanlan) has a whole brood of children with Charles, but she can never understand the man the way young Nelly does. The Invisible Woman opens exclusively (Orlando area) at the Regal Winter Park theaters Friday.Brazilian filmsValencia College will hold its 7th Brazilian Film Festival from Feb. 13 through Feb. 21, with free showings of five Brazilian films. Florida Mall to get new food pavilion in 2015 By Peter Covino A&E Editor There are some big changes coming to Florida Mall. Central Floridas largest shopping center will be getting a new food pavilion to replace the Saks store at the mall. The new food pavilion will create an expanded d ining experience focused on comfort and convenience, according to mall officials. It will face the Sand Lake Road side of Florida Mall. The food pavilion will feature 16 eateries, including several healthy fare options and new-to-market dining choices. The new design doubles the available seating and will feature indoor and outdoor dining options. According to the Florda Mall release the new pavilion design features a contemporary feel and numerous amenities including soft seating, skylights, a childrens play area, new expanded restrooms, family bathrooms, hand washing stations, and outlets for customers to charge their electronic devices. Also opening adjacent to the food pavilion will be two new restaurants and space for several new retailers. The new food pavilion and retail area will be unlike anything in the market, said Brian Hanson, general manager of Florida Mall. The design of the space will create a true gathering place for shoppers and area office workers alike. Hanson added that the existing food space would continue to serve customers until the new food pavilion opens, which is expected to be in spring 2015. A total of 105,000 square feet will be repurposed to include the new food pavilion, additional mini-anchors, small shops, and restaurants. There will also be a new major entrance to the mall to accommodate better customer flow into both the mall and food pavilion. The current food area will ultimately be repositioned for new retail space. We have great demand for any space at the Florida Mall, said Hanson, so the ability to reposition existing space and create new mini-anchors, stores, and restaurants is a fantastic opportunity for us to even better serve our shoppers. This weeks announcement comes on the heels of many new retailers to the Florida Mall in 2013. The mall and its customers celebrated the arrival of Michael Kors, Bose, Original Penguin, Polaroid Fotobar, The Art of Shaving, Wasabi Sushi and Pinkberry, with more on the way this year. 2014 will see the opening of the highly-anticipated American Girl store, the first and only location in Orlando, will open in the fall. This spring shoppers will find other additional new stores including Call It Spring and Zingara, and will enjoy an expanded Zara store representing a 30,000 square foot flagship location for this popular retailer.About Florida MallWith more than 20 million visitors per year, The Florida Mall is Central Floridas largest shopping center. The shopping and tourist destination features more than 1.8 million square feet with more than 250 fine stores and restaurants. Macys, Dillards, jcpenney, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue and Sears complement fashion-forward concepts such as H&M, Zara and XXI Forever. Recent additions include fresh concepts such as Michael Kors and TOUS. The mall is also home to one of only four M&Ms World stores worldwide. The shopping center is open Monday Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. For additional information, contact the mall management office at (407) 851-7234 or visit www.shopfloridamall.com.Hyatt anniversaryHyatt Regency Grand Cypress celebrates 30 years in 2014 and to mark the milestone the hotel resort has several special events planned. 30th Anniversary Weekend Jan. 31 Feb. 2 Enjoy two nights in a deluxe guestroom with a $100 food and beverage credit for use during your stay at the resorts award-winning restaurants including Cascade American Bistro, Hemingways, or the encore Sunday Brunch at La Coquina on Feb. 2. Rates start at $396. Use special offer code 1984. Hemingways 30th Anniversary Grand Three-Course Dinner, Friday, Jan. 31 and Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014 $84 per couple (plus tax and gratuity). Retro Menu Highlights: Coconut Shrimp, Lobster Crusted Sea Bass, Baked Alaska Style Key Lime Pie, Duo Chocolate Covered Strawberries. Open for dinner at 6 p.m. nightly. Call to make reservations: 407 239-3854 or make reservations online. La Coquina 30th Anniversary Encore Sunday Brunch. The one-time return of an award-winning classic Sunday, Feb. 2. $69 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Retro Menu Highlights: Florida Greens, Local Tomato Gazpacho, Truffled Pasta Pouch, Terrine of Goat Cheese, Seafood Bar, Beef Wellington, Parsley Crusted Rack of Lamb, Whole Roasted Dover Sole, Breast of Pheasant with Ravioli, Shrimp Scampi on Herb Breaded Tomatoes, Belgian Waffles with Devonshire Cream, Traditional Eggs Benedict, Array of Display of Cakes, Tortes, Petite Fours & Chocolate Truffles. Live entertainment; resort attire preferred. Open for seatings 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call to make reservations: 407-239-3830. 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Page B4, Whats new?History volunteers neededThe Osceola County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to greet and give tours to guests at the Pioneer Village. Join the society in educating the community and visitors to what life was like in Osceola County during the late 1800s. If you have some spare time, consider being a volunteer in any number roles with the organization, from greeters and tour guides, to office help or grounds keepers, theres a role that is a perfect fit for you. Training will be provided for all roles. To explore the possibilities, call volunteer coordinator Kristi Prescott at 407-396-8644 Ex1 or e-mail questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to check out the website at www.osceolahistory.org.Friends of St. Cloud LibraryThe Friends of the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial Library meet on the third Thursday of each month from 11a.m. until noon in a meeting room on the upper level of the library. The meeting follows the Book Club Group Meeting which starts at 10 a.m. The Friends main purpose is to promote the library. If you are interested, come to the Friends meeting and the Book Club.St. Cloud Womans Club fundraiserGo to the club for the Annual Open House Scholarship Fundraiser, Jan 25 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. when history comes alive as members of The Womans Club of St. Cloud pay a special tribute to historical women who battled bravely to reshape the roles and rights of women in the United States. Bring your daughter to learn how the voting rights, career and life choices she enjoys today were not always possible. Bring your son to learn the sacrifices women have made to be an equal and why they should be respected. Hear and see Eleanor Roosevelt, Susan B. Anthony, Francis Perkins, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Margaret Sanger and others speak about their lives. Learn and have fun during this very special journey to the past. Free, but all donations go to St. Cloud graduate scholarships. For museum information, contact Jean Witherington, at 407-957-4347 or email@example.com. Museum hours: Thurs-Sat 11 a.m. 3 p.m.Flea market, book and bake saleThe Kissimmee Womans Club will sponsor a Flea Market, Book & Bake Sale, Saturday, Jan. 18 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the club house, 1616 W. Oak Street, Kissimmee. There will be lots of trash and treasures, plus paper back books for 25 cents and hardback books 50 cents and up. All items in the bake sale are home baked goods. All proceeds go to the Kissimmee Students College Scholarship Funds.Youth Purity ProjectThe Calvary Assembly of God Church invites youth and young adults of to come celebrate and be a part of the Youth Purity Project ceremony on Sunday Feb. 2 at 10:30 a.m. The church is located 711 N. Thacker Ave., Kissimmee. The event invites youth and young adults to take a stand and make a public declaration for sexual purity. To participate in the ceremony or for more information regarding this event email YouthPurity@yahoo. com or call 407-952-8770. Its free but you must RSVP by Jan. 28.Old-fashioned revival New Life Freewill Baptist Church, 1211 Ocean St., Kissimmee (behind Krazy Verns Car Wash) will host an old-fashioned, spirit-filled revival, Monday, Jan. 20 through Friday, Jan 24, each night at 7 p.m. There will be a different, Godcalled preacher each night to share Gods Word. There will also be special singing each night. This is a great way to start the New Year off in the right direction for everyone looking to renew and refresh their spirits. Everyone is welcome to join us in fellowship with brothers and sisters in Christ. Phone: 863-6404008 or 304-660-4800 for information or directions.Running BearsNarcoosee Middle Schools 4th annual 5k race, Running of the Bears, will be held at the school Jan. 25. Registration is at 7 to 7:45 a.m. with the walk/run at 8 a.m. Adults $20, children 6 and up, $10. All proceeds go to the schools booster club. For more information go to the school website, ncms,osceola.k12.fl.usValentines DanceA Valentines Day Dance sponsored by Belles and Beaus Dance Club will be held Wednesday, Feb. 12 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Marks St. Recreation Complex, 99 E. Marks St., Orlando. Join in for an evening of fun and dancing to Latin, ballroom and line music by the Soft Touch. Singles and couples are welcome. Refreshments provided. Cost: $5.pp. Details: 407-277-7008.Community Hu ChantsEckankar, the Religion of the Light and Sound, will have the three following presentations: St. Cloud Branch Library, 810 13th Street St. Cloud, Wednesday Jan. 22, 6 p.m. Buenaventura Lakes Branch Library, 405 Buenaventura Boulevard Kissimmee, Wednesday, Feb. 5 6 p.m. West Osceola Branch Library, 305 Campus Street, Celebration, Wednesday, Feb. 19, 6 p.m. Expand your awareness, experience divine love, and gain peace and calm. Light refreshments follow. For more information call 407-1717.Library Book SaleThe Osceola Friends of the Library will hold a book sale at the Hart Memorial Library on Thursday, Jan. 23 1 to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, Jan. 24 and 25, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.First Friday BingoFirst Friday Bingo will be held Friday, Feb. 7, (and each First Friday of the Month) at Mount Sinai Ministries (Zoe Caf), 2955 Vineland Road, Kissimmee at 8 p.m. Cost is 1 card, $3; 4 cards, $10; 10 cards, $20. Win gift cards for favorite stores, restaurants and entertainment. St. Cloud Soccer Club Registration St. Cloud Soccer Club will be holding registration for ages 5 and up for the 2014 spring soccer season. Registration dates are Jan. 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Feb. 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will be held at Stephanie Rothstein Park located at 2701 Missouri Avenue, Saint Cloud. Online registration is available through Feb. 8. For registration information visit the website at www.stcloudsoccer.com or you can call the hotline at 321766-8715.Womans Club of St. Cloud (WCSC)The next meeting for the WCSC will be on Wednesday Feb. 19, at 1:30 p.m. WCSC is a social and civic organization empowering women to improve their community, support public education and provide annual scholarship assistance for St. Cloud graduates. Monthly meetings occur on the 3rd Wednesday, September through May, at 1:30 P.M. The Clubhouse is located at 1012 Massachusetts Ave. For more information regarding the club contact club President, Jean Witherington at 407-9574347 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Lets Dance Ballroom ClubThe Lets Dance Ballroom Club meets every Wednesday at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud. In January, we will feature the fox trot. Class will meet on Jan. 22 and 29. Class starts promptly at 7 p.m. A beginners class will be from 7 to 8 p.m., followed by an advance class from 8 to 9 p.m. Cost is $12 for the month. Please come early to register. For additional information, call Sheila Lauer at 407-738-7546. OSCAR ToastmastersThe OSCAR Toastmaster Club meets weekly at the Osceola County Realtors Association. Everyone is invited to sharpen their speaking skills at the meetings. Meetings are held Mondays at 5:30 p.m. at 1405 Shady Lane. You do not have to be a Realtor to take part. For more information contact Betty Dobbie at 407-846-4500 or email email@example.com.Wills & Trusts Seminar Capital Estates Educational Services will host a complimentary informational lecture presented by Wealth Preservation Associates. The topic for the presentation will be Wills & Trusts. The lecture information is provided purely as an educational service. No legal matters will be discussed and all requests for further information will be referred to appropriate legal counsel for individual consultation. Have you recently relocated to Florida? Updated your Will? The seminar will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 28, 6 p.m. at the Adult Learning Center Osceola, 2320 New Beginnings Road, Kissimmee.. The program is complimentary and reservations are required. RSVP to Joe McQuaid at (407) 593 2243 or Tom Dalton at (407) 908 3708. Monthly financial update Robert Rosen, financial advisor with Edward Jones in Kissimmee, is holding a monthly discussion on market topics and investment strategies. The next event will be on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 5:30 p.m. at Vintage Vino, 14 E. Dakin Ave, Kissimmee. For more information, call: 407 870-5464.Volunteer opportunityThe AARP Tax-Aide program provides free tax preparation to 2.6 million taxpayers per year. Most of these taxpayers are seniors. AARP provides extensive training, software and hardware. If you are interested in volunteering, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the AARP Tax-Aide website for more information.Silver Spurs 2014 eventsThe Silver Spurs Riding Club announces 2014 event dates for three PRCA rodeos and one bull riding event to take place at the Silver Spurs Arena at Osceola Heritage Park. Bucking into action first, will be the 3rd Annual Monster Bulls, Saturday, Feb. 15 at 7:30 pm. The following weekend, Feb. 21-23, will be the 132nd PRCA Silver Spurs Rodeo, Friday & Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2. On June 6-7 will be the 133rd PRCA Silver Spurs Rodeo, both performances at 7:30 pm. Returning for the second year will be the PRCA Wrangler Champions Challenge October 2014. The Monster Bulls is a bull riding event only. Riders will compete for big money as they try to stay atop a 2 ton bull for eight seconds. The PRCA Silver Spurs Rodeo of Champions will have hundreds of top rodeo professionals competing in traditional rodeo events such as; bull riding, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, and barrel racing. The Wrangler Champions Challenge is a televised event, touring with the top champions of the PRCA. This event gives you the experience of the National Finals Rodeo, it is the best of the best competing for big money purses. For tickets call 407 67RODEO or visit www.silverspursrodeo.com To build a partnership with the Silver Spurs Rodeo, contact Wendi Jeannin of B&B Promotions at 321624-1606. The Silver Spurs Riding Club, a non-profit organization, is a volunteer based Osceola CoGriefShare RecoveryThe GriefShare recovery and support group meets at First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, 1717 13th St., on Thursday nights from 7-8:30 p.m beginning Jan. 16, 2014. A second location for meetings is the Village Church at Good Samaritan Village, 1441 Hoeger Circle, Kissimmee, Friday mornings from 10-11:30 a.m. beginning Jan. 17, 2014. GriefShare features nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. Seminar sessions include The Journey of Grief, When Your Spouse Dies, Your Family and Grief, Why? and Stuck in Grief. Following the presentation, all those present may share their experiences, their questions, and their reactions to grief. It is a safe place for all. This 13-week session is open to people of all faiths who have suffered the loss of a loved one. For more information, contact Nancy Boss at 407-873-1067 or email bossdn1@ yahoo.com.Golden WeddingWere you married in 1964? Wed love to celebrate your 50th wedding anniversary with you. The Golden Wedding Anniversary program will be followed by a buffet. Bring a dish to share. After the buffet, there will be dancing to the music of the Osceola Community Orchestra. The Golden Wedding Anniversary Celebration is at 7 p.m., Feb. 11 at the St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th St. Friends and family are welcome. F or more information c ontac t John Dutt at 407-744-1700.Caribbean and Floridian AssociationThe Caribbean and Floridian Association holds its regular general monthly meetings every fourth Saturday of the month at 6 p.m. Meetings are held at Solid Rock Youth and Educational Center located at 1904 N. Michigan Ave, Kissimmee. All are welcome to attend. For more information call CAFA at 407-953-5544.DAV 148The DAV Service officer is on site every Tuesday at noon until 4 p.m. He will be there to help with your military benefits needs. The DAV welcome all veterans and their families. We will honor all military membership cards, VFW, DAV, etc., and active duty identification cards. All day, every Wednesday is Ladies Night. Special drink prices for the ladies. The DAV will have bingo cards three for $20 or $10 each. Barnyard Meat Bingo is every first and third Saturday of every month starting at noon. Every Friday is Red Shirt Friday but if you come in wearing a red shirt showing your support for our military troops serving overseas, youll get the special $1 long neck beer on the second and fourth Friday of each month. We are located at 21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee, 407-8464141.DivorceCare programPoinciana Christian Church, 3181 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, will host a 13-week DivorceCare program through April 6, from 6 to 8 p.m. For more information, call 407870-9700.Elvis tributePeter Alden and Steven Gillis will perform tributes to Elvis from 7 to Photo contest winner The Lets Dance Ballroom Club meets every Wednesday at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud. In January, it will feature the fox trot. Class will meet on Jan. 22 and 29. Class starts promptly at 7 p.m. Cost is $12 for the month. Come early to register. For additional information, call Sheila Lauer at 407-738-7546. Lets Dance C OMMUNITY C OMMUNITYSee additional Community Events/News at www.aroundosceola.comSara and Reed Hunt of St. Cloud, accept the $250 prize from Brian Craven of Bright House Networks for winning the cable companys Keep It Bright holiday photo contest held in late December. The company recently held a contest promoting the Moss Park Light Up the Wild holiday displays. Sara Hunt posted her photo of an illuminated oak tree and it was the first prize winner. I was thrilled. I think this is the first thing I have ever won, she said. Sara received her cash prize, as well as a Bright House Networks goodie bag, on Jan. 10. She and her family are long-time Bright House customers, she said. Community Events changeEditor Brian McBride is no longer compiling Community Events. Please send all Community listings to Arts and Entertainment Editor Pete Covino at pcovino@ osceolanewsgazette.com. He can be contacted by phone at 321-402-0432. See Community, page B-5 Whats happening?
Saturday, January 18, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, at the American Legion Post 10, 200 Lakeshore Drive, Kissimmee. Tickets will be sold at the door for $10 per person. Food may be purchased from the kitchen. For more information, call Shirley at 407-922-4502 or 407-847-3012.AARP Smart Driver ClassA Smart Driver Class will be Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Osceola County Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. AARP offers a Driver Safety Course smart-driver designed to help all drivers behind the wheel. Insurance providers could offer a reduction in premiums for Florida drivers 55 and older who successfully complete this course. A certificate of completion will be provided and a $20 nonmembers payable on the day of the class. AARP members can get in for just $15. For more information, call 1-888-227-7669. Heritage MuseumThe St. Cloud Heritage Museum, 1012 Massachusetts Ave., hosts a historical scavenger hunt every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for school are children to young adults; discover, learn, and have fun during this special journey to the past. The museum is open to the public for learning about St. Cloud history as well as military memorabilia. Every Friday, historian Roger Heiple, brings history to life for visitors. Museum hours are: Thursday Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, call Jean Witherington at 407957-4347, or email jowgen@ embarqmail.com. Looking for scholarships and/or sponsors Eighth-graders at Kissimmee Middle School will be traveling to Washington D.C. in May 2014. They are in need of local business owners and community members that might be interested in providing sponsorship or scholarship money to help lower the cost of the trip. Contact Karen Hernandez for more details at 407-870-0857, Ext. 09229Narcoossee Area Historical SocietyThe Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society meets every first Monday of the month in the Narcoossee Community Center, 5354 Rambling Road, Narcoossee, at 6 p.m. Its first project is to restore the 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. New members are welcome! For more information, visit www.narcoosseehistory.org or call 407-595-6727.American Legion Post 10The American Legion Post 10 Kissimmee, 200 Lake Shore Blvd. will hold the following events: Sundays from noon until closing are game days, free pool, bowling, and ping-pong. On M ondays free Texas Hold-Em will begin at 5 p.m., the public is invited. On Tuesdays karaoke will run from noon until 4 p.m., the public is welcome; Euchre also will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. and also is open to the public. Wednesdays are Barn Yard Bingo every first and third Wednesday. Thursdays are Barn Yard Bingo every second and fourth Thursdays. On Fridays, a seafood dinner will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. followed by entertainment by a live band and dancing from 7 to 11 p.m., the public is invited. On Saturdays, dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. followed by entertainment by a live band and dancing, the public is invited. The American Legion Post 10 has a large hall available for rent for special occasions. Anyone interested may contact Judy. For more information, call 407-847 -4193.Xi Lambda NuXi Lambda Nu, a local chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, is hosting its fifth Annual Jazz Up Your January Event with A Salute to America, featuring Starlites, a local performing trio. In addition, the local Civic Air Patrol will be participating in a Presentation of Colors. The event will be Jan. 25 at the Osceola County Council On Aging at 11:30 a.m. Cost is $15 per person which includes luncheon, entertainment and door prizes. There also will be a separate gift basket raffle. This event is held each year to raise funds for local charities and this years beneficiary will be The Wounded Warrior Project. For more information, call Marianne Davitt at 407-8477912.Celiac/Crohns support groupThe Celiac/Crohns support group meets the second Wednesday of every month at Pro Health Family Physicians, 3100 17th Street, St. Cloud, from 6 to 9 p.m. All are welcome to attend. For more information, call Barb Thomas at 407-9085607 or email, bthomas@ embargmail.com.Social Dance/ Country DanceMonday nights from 7 to 10 p.m. are Social Dance nights at the St. Cloud Senior Center in Hall A; live bands every Monday, all year long. These dances are subject to hall maintenance scheduling. A donation of $4 per person is requested. Saturday nights from 7 to 10 p.m. are Country Dance nights at the St. Cloud Senior Center in Hall A; live bands on Fridays, November through April. On these months, a donation of $4 per person is requested. On other months, music will be provided by a DJ and admission is free. All ages are welcome. For more information regarding the social dance, call John McMahon at, 407-951-9700.Line DanceThe Smith N Western Advanced Line Dance Club meets at the St. Cloud Senior Center on Fridays from 6 to 9 p.m. in Hall A. There will be lessons and open dance; a 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 email@example.com. Visit the website grouptravelspecialistskiss.comAhoy Travel ClubThe Ahoy Carefree Travel Club meetings will be at 12:30 p.m. on the first and third Mondays at the Kissimmee Knights of Columbus, 2000 Neptune Road, Kissimmee. 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 407-569-2118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Historical Society needs volunteersThe Osceola County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to greet and give tours to guests at the Pioneer Village. Join the village in educating the community and visitors to what life was like in Osceola County during the late 1800s. If you can spare one to three hours per week, consider being a volunteer in any number roles with our organization, from greeters and tour guides, to office help or grounds keepers, theres a role that is a perfect fit for you. Training will be provided for all roles. To explore the possibilities, call volunteer coordinator Terry Hooker at 407-396-8644, Ext. 7, or email questions to terryh@ osceolahistory.org. Be sure to check out our website at osceolahistory.org. 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, 407-498-0929, 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. Kissimmee LionsThe Kissimmee Lions 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. 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 407-744-3892 for more information.Heel and Toe Square Dance ClubHeel & Toe Square Dance Club meets at the Senior Center Annex, 702 Indiana Ave., in St. Cloud, from 6:30 to 9 p.m., every Monday. No experience is necessary; beginners receive lessons at the start of the evening. The minimum age for dancing is 10 years old. Come as an individual, couple, or a family. Everyone is welcome. The cost is $5 per person per lesson. For more information call Ellen Bell or Paul Kurek at 407931-1688.Access FloridaNew Horizon Family Center, 2958 Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee, has programs on food assistance, temporary cash assistance, and Medicaid to help in purchasing food, paying home expenses, and paying for medical services. Assistance is available Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or call to make an appointment. For more information call, 407-201-7906.Greater Osceola Fitness & Running (GOFAR)Walkers and runners are welcome to participate in GOFAR on Tuesdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud Lakefront Marina, Wednesdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at Vintage Vino, Kissimmee, and Thursdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at the corner of 10th Street and New York, St. Cloud.GriefShare groupThe GriefShare recovery and support group meets at First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, 1717 13th St., on Thursday nights from 7 to 8:30 p.m. A second location for meetings is the Village Church at Good Samaritan Village, 1441 Hoeger Circle, Kissimmee, Friday mornings from 10 to 11:30 a.m. GriefShare features nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. Seminar sessions include The Journey of Grief, When Your Spouse Dies, Your Family and Grief, Why? and Stuck in Grief. Following the presentation, all those present may share their experiences, their questions, and their reactions to grief. It is a safe place for all. This 13-week session is open to people of all faiths who have suffered the loss of a loved one. For more informa-CommunityContinued from Page B-4 See Community, page B-6 Dear Harmony Residents, Toho Water Authority (Toho) will resume the use of chloramine (a combination of chlorine and ammonia) to treat water at the Harmony Water Treatment Plant (WTP) beginning Tuesday, January 21. This temporary treatment process will work in conjunction with the current Miex water treatment system. In August, Toho installed the Miex water treatment system to reduce disinfection by-product (DBP) precursors from the groundwater at the Harmony WTP. Toho staff has been working with the Miex manufacturer to monitor and make adjustments to the system over the past four and a half months to produce water that meets the DBP levels required by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) and the federal Safe Drinking Water Act. Most recent monitoring results indicate the new Miex water treatment process has not been able to achieve all required performance expectations; specifically, reducing the concentration of total trihalomethanes (TTHMs) to below the required regulatory limits. Toho Water Authority staff has been working diligently with the MIEX system provider and after much consideration has decided to incorporate the chloramine disinfection process with the MIEX system. Prior to the start-up of the Miex water treatment system, the chloramine disinfection process had been an effective way to maintain regulatory TTHM levels in the water system. Changing to chloramines is anticipated to reduce the TTHM levels while the Miex manufacturer continues to work on modifications to the system to provide all required performance expectations. When will the change take place? The transition to chloramines will take place on Tuesday, January 21, 2014. Is this an approved method of treatment? Yes. Chloramine is a common disinfectant method approved by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Will I notice a change in my water service? When we transition the disinfection process to chloramines some customers may notice a slight change in taste, color or odor to the water. Is the water safe to drink? Yes, this is not an immediate health risk. If it had been, you would have been notified immediately. If you have specific health concerns consult your doctor. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) requires water utilities to notify customers whenever we make changes to the disinfection process. The TWA/Harmony Water System has used chloramines to treat your water in the past and when the water system is changed to chloramines you may notice a slight difference in taste, color or odor. Customers who are kidney dialysis patients should be sure to properly monitor for disinfectant residual and should contact their doctor for information. Fish owners are advised to contact your local pet store for more specific information regarding fish, aquariums and availability of water conditioning products. Those customers with water softening systems should consult the manufacturer for precautionary measures to take, if any. HARMONY WATER SYSTEM: PWS # 3494427 Temporary Change in Water Treatment ProcessIf you have any questions please email Toho Water Authoritys Customer Service at email@example.com or call 407-944-5000IMPORTANT UPDATE: 011814.SNG Restore your Smile with the gentle touch of a lady dentist. COSMETIc C AND FAMILY DDENTISTRY VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION! 2618 13th St. St. Cloud, FL(Right across from Kentucky Fried Chicken & Dairy Queen)407-957-5344www.dentistorlando.com NEW Patients & Emergencies Welcomed! EVeENING APPOINTMeENTS AND FINaANCING AVaAILaABLeE 083113.SNG Lizette M. Morad, D.M.D.Dr. Lizette M. Morad really cares! 011814.SNG
Page B6, tion, contact Nancy Boss at 407-873-1067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Goodwill seeks volunteers Goodwill Industries of Central Florida is calling for volunteers at its retail stores, warehouse and administrative offices. The hours are flexible and positions are suitable for volunteers of all skill levels, including students (must be 16 or older), retirees or anyone who wants to give back and support Goodwills mission of helping people with barriers to employment find jobs. To apply, visit www.goodwillcfl.org volunteering opportunities are listed under the Donate tab. For any additional questions, or to arrange volunteer groups, contact Darlene Kaiser at 407-235-1536 or email@example.com.Heritage MuseumThe St. Cloud Heritage Museum hosts a historical scavenger hunt every Saturday from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. for school age children to adults. Discover, learn and have fun during this very special journey to the past. The museum is open to the public for learning about St Cloud history as well as military memorabilia. For museum information, contact Jean Witherington at 407-957-4347 or jow firstname.lastname@example.org. Museum hours are Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1012 Massachusetts Ave., St. Cloud Eagles bingoThe Eagles 4048 group plays bingo at 4 p.m. every Sunday and 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday. Its at the Eagles building, 15 W. Darlington Ave., Kissimmee, near the Kissimmee Police Department station. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 407-846-4990. Visit www.celebrationhealth.com for more information. St. Cloud Senior Center eventsThe following events are hosted weekly by the St. Cloud Senior Center. On Monday nights a Social Dance is held in Hall A from 7 to 10 p.m. Live bands are present all Mondays, all year. A donation of $ per person is requested. For more information call John McMahon at, 407951-9700. On Saturday nights a Country Dance is held in Hall A from 7 to 10 p.m. Live bands are present November thru April. A donation of $4 per person is requested. In other months music will be provided by a DJ and admission to the dance is free. All ages are welcome to Line dance and Social dance to a variety of music. For more information call John Dutt at, 407-957-2295. On Fridays The Smith N Western Advanced Line Dance Club meets at the St. Cloud Senior Center in Hall A from 6 to 9 p.m. for 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. 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.EuchreEuchre is played every Tuesday at the American Legion post 10 on Lake shore Drive at 1 p.m.. A beginners lesson is at 12:20 p.m. Everyone is invited.Central Florida Cash Flow ClubThe Central Florida Cash Flow Club meets the first Saturday of every month at noon at Nikkis corner caf 3277 S. John Young Parkway Kissimmee, 407-910-4228. Learn the secrets of becoming rich by having fun and playing Robert Kiyosakis popular board game Cash Flow 101. The game teaches the basics of fundamental investing, how to take control of personal finances and how to invest with greater confidence in real estate and other businesses. The Cashflow board game is recommended for adults and children age 10 and older. Contact Brad Lee at 407-2018088 for more information.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 email@example.com. 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.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 407-951-9700. 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.Celebrate RecoveryCome celebrate recovery at the Celebrate R ecovery Program, dealing with lifes hurts, habits and hang-ups, at Cornerstone Family Church, 2925 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, every Friday night from 7 to 10 p.m. Celebrate Recovery is a Christc entered 12-step r ecovery 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.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 407-892-6761 for membership eligibility information and upcoming events.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. 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Saturday, January 18, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B7 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.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 407-892-3335. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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. 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 407-201-4192.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 407595-6727 or contact lisaliu@ embarqmail.com .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, 34770-2087.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 S unday 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 nonsmoking since 2011.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 selfcontained, 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 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 -mai l email@example.com.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 407-847-4193.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. Community Continued from Page B-6 See Community, page B-8 011114.SNG 011814.SNG ATTENTION RESIDENTS OF UNINCORPORATED OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, THE OSCEOLA COUNTY SOLID WASTE DEPARTMENT WILL OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAY SCHEDULE:ON MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 2014, (MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY), THE BASS ROAD RESOURCE RECOVERY SITE AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED. CURBSIDE GARBAGE and recycle COLLECTION WILL RUN AS NORMALLY SCHEDULED. ________________________________________________________ ATENCION RESIDENTES DEL CONDADO OSCEOLA, NO INCORPORADOPARA SU CONVENIENCIA, EL DEPARTAMENTO DE desperdicios solidos DEL CONDADO OSCEOLA OBSERVARA EL HORARIO PARA EL SIGUIENTE DIA DE FIESTA:EL LUNES, 20 DE ENERO 2014 (DIA DE MARTIN LUTHER KING), EL CENTRO DE RECICLAJE DE BASS ROAD Y LAS OFICINAS ADMINISTRATIVAS ESTARAN CERRADAS. SU SERVICIO DE RECOGIDO DE BASURA y reciclaje NO SERA INTERUMPIDO. Osceola County Solid Waste Department 750 S. Bass Road, Kissimmee, FL 34746 407-742-7750 PENTECOSTAL CHURCHRev. P. Sewell, Pastor GRACE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF JESUSA Church where Worship, Praise and Prayer is a liberty. ALL ARE WELCOMED. Worship Services: Sunday School...10:00am Morning Worship...11:15am Wednesday Bible Study...6:00pm 4501 Reaves Rd. Kissimmee, FL 34746 321-402-6684 OR 407-933-1794 Sunday Worship: 8:15am & 11:00am Traditional 9:40am Contemporary FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCHKissimmee 101 West Dakin Ave., Kissimmee, www.kissimmeefumc.orgOpen hearts. Open minds. Open doors.The people of The United Methodist Church Lock Haven Baptist Church14246 Boggy Creek Road Orlando, FL 32824 (407) 851-5420 LANE STOCKTON, PAs S TOR SCHEDULE OF SERVICEsS Sunday School . ..................................... 10:00 am Morning Service . ................................... 11:00 am Evening Service . ..................................... 6:30 pm Wednesday Service . ............................... 7:00 pmwww.lockhavenbaptist.org KISSIMMEE CONGREGATION FORMINGSunday Worship: 10:00am For more information Call 407-591-0251www.redeemerkissimmee.org 011814.SNG
Page B8, Cloud Golf Links, 5310 Michigan Ave, in St. Cloud. For more information or to RSVP, call Jed Suhl at 407908-0568 or email to jedsuhl@ yahoo.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. 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.Tai chi and qigong (Chinese yoga)Tai Chi and qigong (Chinese yoga) classes bein g offered by Madame Wu Tuesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud. All classes taught by donation. For more information, call Madame Wu at 407738-7001. 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. 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 tournament schedule is 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. 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.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 321-2866787 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 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 email@example.com. 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.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.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. 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