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Salon hosting annual drive to collect hair for kids with medical woesThe stylists at Double J Salon & Spa in St. Cloud are in the stretch run of their annual chal lenge to provide hair for wigs to go to children who have lost their own to any medical reason. See page A-3 Index St. CloudPage A4, Editorial Page A6, Sports Page B4, Community Page B1, Arts & Entertainment Page C1, Classied Page C4, Legals Page B6, Obituaries Poinciana Do you plan on going to the Osceola County Fair this year? year. Vote at www.around osceola.com Results from the Feb. 8 Question of the week:What do you plan to do on Valentines Day? 16% Host of Build it Bigger visits Poinciana High carpentry program of the Science Channels who has traveled all over the world exploring feats brought his experiences to the Poinciana High Schools carpentry pro gram. See page A-3 Serving Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Celebration, Poinciana, Harmony, Narcoossee, BVL Saturday Edition rf ntbr r rrrr rrArts rr Sports By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer In the News-Gazettes contin ued series on homelessness in Osceola County, this article deals with how the economy in the last few years heavily contributed to the local problem. Homelessness in Osceola County not affects the countys economy as a whole. county has risen from 4.6 percent to highest rate of unemployment occurred 2009 to 11.1 percent in January 2011. Osceola County. The industry with the biggest amount Department of Economic Opportunity. level pay for most jobs under these indus the average entry-level pay among all positions is $9.07 an hour. the State of Homelessness in Osceola County report calculated that households rent alone. This will leave these families not sustainable for long-term stability. are seeing more and more people who got the issue that there are many people but theyre always living so close to zero. lessness and part of the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness. homeless for Osceola County happened only 20 percent of people staying there began to see the homelessness problem on the West U.S. Highway 192 corridor in 2012. She started hearing about the Homeless on 192 highlights state of economy Spotlight on homelessness See Homeless, page A-5 Weekend Weather Partly cloudy 70/44F Visit us online for more great content www.aroundosceola.com By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Anyone on westbound Highway 192 from down town Kissimmee to Old may have been caught in a The hut from a cattle ranch ambled across town of course. The Osceola County His Pioneer Village interactive house was transported intact from its former home at Kissimmee and down U.S. 192. The building will be one of the centerpieces of a new eight-building living history exhibit addition to the history experience at Historic buildings begin move to Babb Landing News-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanThe Osceola County Historical Society began its focused effort to gather and preserve parts of old Osceola this Tuesday, as two structures were moved from Henry Partin Road to their new home at Babb Landing as part of the new Pioneer Village site. Police newsOsceola County Sheriffs Office deputies are searching for two registered sexual offenders; one who violated probaregister. On Tuesday at approximate Sheriffs deputies responded to a registered sex offender. State probation officers notified the Sheriffs Office them that he was not at his home within his curfew hours. According to one of the condia curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. each night. ily who said he was last seen leaving his home at approxihis family he was going to later contacted them at approxwas in the area of north Orange Sheriffs Office reports stated. convicted of lewd and lascivious Failed to registerOsceola County Sheriffs detectives obtained a felony for the charges of failing to report name or residence ing permanent residence and failing to register as required.Two sex offenders sought See Police, page A-5 By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Severe weather rolled through the area Wednesday Osceola County. The strong line of storms made way for a sunny but effect as a sustained wind dangerous boating conditions craft prone to capsizing. Structure and home dam age was reported at nearly a dozen locations Wednes house of St. Cloud Emergency Cold front brings damaging winds to St. Cloud Image/National Weather ServiceA National Weather Service radar image shows a line of strong storms on Wednesday caused by a cold front that caused wind damage in St. Cloud. See Buildings, page A-5 See Cold Front, page A-5

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Page A2, When Kissimmee residents James, Carrie and Nathan Davis enrolled together at the Marine Mechanics Institute in Orlando, a little more than a year ago, the fam ily decided that they would all be in the same boat. James Davis along with his wife and 20-year-old son have taken all 17 classes together at MMI-Marine. The trio have even worked in the same group for every class project. We have been focused on our long-term goal of success at MMIMarine and beyond and we work really well as a team, said James. Since we live together and see each other so much, we sometimes get on each others nerves but the positives outweigh any negatives. So is the family competitive with each other in school? Answering this question, James immediately rattles off that Carrie is the top academic performer of the group with five student of the course awards and a 4.0 grade point average. However, James and Nathan are close behind, with a 4.0 and 3.8 GPA, respectively. And James has one student of the course merit. My stepmom is an absolute book nerd, said Nathan. But it definitely has paid off. Seeing her study so much has kept me moti vated to keep up the pace. Sailing Toward a Business Goal One of the reasons the family has worked as a cohesive unit is that they have had a central goal in mind. Together, they plan to open a mobile boat repair business called Crimson Creek Boat works in the heart of Alabamas Gulf Coast. As a former U.S. Marine helicop ter technician for 20 years, James hatched the mobile boat business plan about six years ago. He has always enjoyed working on boats, and his technical skills as a mechan ic translated well to the work he wanted to do. With the lower overhead associated with a mobile business and the partnership, enthusi asm and support of his family, the group made a commitment to make it happen. Nathan remembered growing up and spending time on the family boat with his dad. So when the time came after high school graduation to decide what he wanted to do, his fathers vision resonated with him. Carrie also has a mechanical aptitude and was a former Canadian police officer. Longtime MMI-Marine instructor Michael Cora, who taught the Davis family in numerous courses, pro vided encouragement and advice. Cora owned and operated his own mobile service and boat repair com pany for nearly a decade. I have a lot of admiration for the family, and I think they are well pre pared with mechanical aptitude as well as the discipline and customerservice centric attitude needed to succeed in the business, said Cora. The Davis family spent a lot of time after class picking Mr. Coras brain, taking detailed notes on his advice. Mr. Cora and the other MMIMarine instructors and staff have been an invaluable support sys tem in this process, said James. Its nice to know that we have had support from each other and from the school in what we want to accomplish. The family recently graduated in late January and will move to Mobile, Ala. to officially start Crimson Creek Boatworks. The Davis family plans to con tinue to make its way through calm and rough waters together. To learn more about their journey and business, contact CrimsonCreekBW@ gmail.com. Steppe wins Patients Choice AwardDr. Michael Steppie from Associates in Dermatology recently received the Patients Choice Awards for the third consecutive year. Of the nations 870,000 active doctors, just 5 percent were honored with this award in 2013. Associates in Dermatology is also cel ebrating its 25th anniversary this year.St. Cloud Regional opens Heart Catherization LabSt. Cloud Regional Medical Center announced the opening of its new multipur pose cardiac catheterization lab. Now patients have access to the latest cardiovascular services they need without having to travel far from home. The new lab, an investment of $1.5 million, will allow physicians to perform cardiac catheterizations, as well as peripheral vascular cases and interventional radiology procedures. By early next year, the lab is slated to have an additional certification for even more advanced cardiac interventions. Dr. Atul Madan, cardiologist and a medical director for St. Cloud Regionals Cath Lab, performed the first diagnostic catheterization on Jan. 7. The cath lab is outfitted with the latest in diagnostic equipment, said Madan. St. Cloud Regional is preparing for the growth of its community by providing a state-of-the-art cath lab. The lab is equipped with high-tech imaging and hemodynamic monitoring equip ment, allowing physicians to observe blood flow and pressure to better diagnose and treat cardiovascular events. The opening of the multipurpose cath lab is one more way we are demonstrating our firm commitment to providing the very best healthcare close to home, said Mari Jones, interim CEO at St. Cloud Regional Medical Center. The Celebration Golf ExperienceNow that the season is under way, golfers at Celebration Golf Club near Walt Disney World in Osceola County already are praising what club staffers privately call the Celebration Golf Experience. But John Bixler, general manager at Celebration Golf Club, said the Celebration Golf Experience is an under-the-radar term. Its not something we advertise, Bixler said. Its something our golfers remember when they leave, its why they come back again and again, but no one talks about the Celebration Golf Experience, he said. Before the season began, Bixler put his entire staff through a rigorous customer ser vice-training program developed by the XFactor Institute, a Division of Learning Journey. Celebration Golf Club is the best golf course in Central Florida. We have groomed it to perfection and you wont find better play anywhere, Bixler said. But I know 15 other golf courses here who can all say the same thing. What sets Celebration Golf apart is the thing no one talks about. The Celebration Golf Experience is what makes us unique, Bixler said, and its unique for every golfer. The one way we distinguish ourselves from every other golf course in Florida is the Celebration Golf Experience. Its not supposed to overpower golfers, Bixler said. The Celebration Golf Experience is a feel ing of satisfaction. Its the same feeling you get after a really good meal with really good company. And in a few days, it turns into a feeling of anticipation for the next Experi ence, he said. Bixler said programs like his are creating what he calls the Experience Economy. No one talks about the Celebration Golf Experience at Celebration, Bixler said, tongue in cheek. But our golfers talk about it. Thats when we know were succeeding. All in the same boat and business OSCEOLA BUSINESSO SCEOLA BUSINESS O SCEOLA BUSINESSSee additional Business News at www.aroundosceola.com See additional Business News at www.aroundosceola.com The real estate market has been picking up and gaining much needed traction after the dra matic impact felt by the recession. Although the beginning of 2014 is showing signs of our recent price increases slowing down, the good news is prices are still continuing to rise and the door is still wide-open for buying and selling real estate in Cen tral Florida. Osceola County and the Central Florida region took quite a hit over the past seven years, with property val ues declining more than 65 percent in a very short period of time. By January 2008, there was more than four years of inventory available in Osceo la County alone, with home prices continuing to decline. In fact, there was a time when more than 75 percent of all of the homes for sale in Osceola County were in a state of preforeclosure or had already been foreclosed on by a bank or financial institution. The rash of foreclosed homes on the mar ket, coupled with an increasing unemployment rate, put downward pressure on home prices, throwing off the balance of supply and demand and further exasperating the real estate market. Throughout 2008, housing inventory remained at high levels and relatively unchanged with an average absorption rate of less than 4 percent. The increased inventory, low property values and high foreclosure rates created a huge renters market where large private equity and real estate investment firms capitalized on market conditions moving their cash, due to low rates of return, from financial institutions into the promising real estate sector. Since the beginning of this unprecedented decline, property owners have been trying to fig ure out when they may begin to see their home equity return. I am glad to say the wait is finally over. Although market activity actually started a positive upturn in the beginning of 2009, home prices continued to decline, creating a strong buyers market for those in the position to purchase. This increase in home sales was further supported by declining mortgage interest rates and the introduction of first-time homebuyer tax credits which brought more owner-occupied buy ers to the marketplace. In February 2011, Osceola Countys Median Sales Price had reached a low of $87,000, cre ating a bidding frenzy. These low prices helped bring the aforementioned buyers to the market and placed strong upward pressure on home prices in the area. Just a year later, in February 2012, home prices increased 16 percent with no signs of slowing. The trend continued into 2013 with a Median Sales Price of $143,000 in Osceola County 64 percent higher than Febru ary 2011. Although this represents a significant increase in property values, current home prices are supported by the median household income in Osceola County. Throughout most of 2013 inventory levels remained low, but the increase in listing inventory towards the end of 2013 indicates a shift in the market on both ends. Buyers have increased hous ing stock to pick from and can expect a less frantic experience in buying their new home and sellers can now expect a fairly quick home sale with the help of a competent Realtor, an effective market ing plan and an appropriately priced home. At the end of 2013, the average home was on the market for only 79 days, a decrease from the 5-year high of 97 days. Additionally, homeowners can now expect more favorable and solid offers, with an average sales price-to-list ratio at 96.7 percent, up from a 5-year low of 89.9 percent. As 2014 is poised for continued growth, buy ers are expected to continue to take advantage of historically low interest rates and affordable options as home prices level off and more sellers are expected to sell while there are plenty of buy ers and favorable market conditions. As a seasoned real estate professional, Tim Weisheyer, Broker/Owner of Dream Builders Realty, has set himself apart as an expert in understanding the ever changing real estate market and knowing whats selling and what people are buying in Osceola County and throughout Central Florida. Go to www. dreambuildersonline.com to learn more. Tim WeisheyerDream Builders Realty The market rebounds in Osceola CountyCommissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam recognized the Kissimmee Park Ranch as the recipient for the 2013 Commissioners Agricultural Environ mental Leadership Award. During the Governors Cabinet meet ing held at the Osceola County Commis sion Chambers, Shane and Carol Platt, of Kissimmee Park Ranch, located in St. Cloud, was once again honored by Governor Rick Scott, Putnam, Florida Cabinet members and Osceola County elected officials and leaders. Since 1994, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has recognized agricultural enterprises that demonstrate leadership in develop ing and implementing innovative tech niques to safeguard the environment and conserve natural resources. As a pioneer ranching family, Shane and Carol Platt oversee the family owned ranch, which has been under continuous family ownership for 135 years. The Kissimmee Park Ranch encompasses 1,200 acres in Osceola County and features orange groves and a cow/calf operation. Weve worked diligently with several state organizations such as University of Floridas IFAS depart ment and Florida Forestry Services to increase our cattle herd, enrich our pastures for a higher nutritional value for cattle and deer, and implement a much newer and effective irriga tion and fertilization plan to increase our citrus production, Shane Platt explained. One of the things that we usually stress in non-ag groups is that we are just one of many farms and ranches that implement best practices to protect natural resources and run a viable agriculture business. We try to let people know that while it is truly exceptional to win this recognition, its a reflection of agriculture businesses and ranchers in general. The Kissimmee Park Ranch is only the second Osceola County ranch to be named one of Agricultural Environmen tal Leaders; Deseret Ranches of Florida was honored in 1995. To learn more about Floridas agri cultural and further information on the Commissioners Agricultural Environ mental Leadership Award, visit the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services website www.fresh fromflorida.com. Platt Ranching Family honored Martin named executive directorThe Greater Osceola Partnership for Economic Prosperity (GOPEP) recently announced the hiring of Bill Martin as the organizations first executive director. Bill has the experience and track record we sought in a person to set up the organiza tion, said Cheryl Grieb, vice mayor of Kissimmee and chair of GOPEP. We welcome him to our community. Martin has a 40-year history in economic development. Most recently, he served as president of Quad Cities First and senior vice president-economic development for the Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce (located in Illinois and Iowa). Martin is a Kansas native and graduate of Emporia State University. He holds the Certi fied Economic Developer designation from the International Economic Development Council. Martin can be reached at 407-742-4251 or bmartin@go-pep.com. Osceola Regional Medical Center has announced a new partnership between Pediatrix Medical Group and the hospital. Pediatrix Medical Group will bring a team of experi enced hospital-based pediatric hospitalists to further enhance Osceola Regionals exceptional pediatric program. The 11 pediatricians in this group are board cer tified and have more than 150 years of experience in pediatric and newborn medicine combined. We look forward to collaborating with the esteemed clini cians at Osceola Regional to provide outstanding pediatric inpatient and newborn services to the patients at Osceola Regional Medical Center, said Dr. Dianna Brozyna, medical director of the pediatric hospitalists. Together, our team will provide a family-centered and comprehensive approach to best serve the children and families of this community. In addition to its pediatric unit, Osceola Regional has the only Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Level II in Osceola County. The unit is staffed by Pediatrix Medical Group neonatologists and has been since its opening. In cases of emergency, Osceo la Regional has dedicated pediatric emergency room services staffed with board certified pediatric ER physicians. Were combining the best of both worlds, said Robert Krieger, CEO at Osceola Regional Medical Center. Were adding resources from an industry-leading national medical group, and coupling it with the proven proficiency of our Medical Centers trusted physicians. . Pediatrix Medical Group also specializes in caring for hospitalized pediatric patients at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and newborns at Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies. For more information please visit: OsceolaRegional.com Osceola Regional expands pediatric services

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Saturday, February 15, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3 By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer Danny Forster, host of the Science Channels show Build it Bigger, who has traveled all over the world exploring feats of architecture, recently brought his experi ences to the Poinciana High Schools carpentry program. He addressed the student body, highlighting some of the places he visited on Build it Big ger as well as shedding some light on construction as a career. Some of the buildings highlight ed were the construction of New Yorks One World Trade Cen ter tower and the Washington Monument, the deepest elevator in the world at the gold mines in South Africa and the new one tower, self-suspended San Francisco Bridge. His visit also highlighted the variety of jobs within the field of construction, many of which fall under Osceola Coun ty School Districts STEM (Sci ence, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program. With the states pressure for students to graduate career or college ready, the district is pushing these subjects in schools to inspire more students to pursue them. After the presentation, Forster got the chance to talk to students in Poinciana High Schools Car pentry Program and tour their shop. While he has visited many student shop classes, Poinciana was the first that hes seen function as a business. Irwin Inwood, teacher of the carpentry pro gram, designed the program to run like a genuine construc tion business, down to students selling their carpentry pieces to the public. I think, fundamentally, all of these careers are where the rubber meets the road by doing. You study a lot, you theorize a lot you practice a lot and then you do. Whats fascinating about this is that they are doing right now. Theyre putting it together right here, so I think thats kind of confidence building by suc ceeding. And by success I mean it exists. It stands right before us and someone comes and actually pays for it. I think that kind of experience, seeing the life cycle of a project and idea, thats invaluable, Forster said. Inwood was brought to Poinciana High School five years ago, after spearheading a carpentry program at New Beginnings alternative school in Kissimmee. In Poinciana, he also constructed the program from the ground up, using that first summer to turn the class room into a professional car pentry shop. As one of nine academies at Poinciana High School, every class is set up to mirror a professional environment. Each class is assigned a project based on the skill level of the students, with lower level classes working on basic furniture projects and upper classmen working on more com plex projects, such as sheds, as well as managing or supervising other projects. During Forsters visit to the shop, one student talked about how he interned with a local con struction company over the sum mer and was just offered a job. Inwood has 30 years of experi ence in the construction industry, and brings those business connec tions to his students. The program works with companies such as Pyramid Masonry, Skanska, Ran dall Mechanical, Lowes, Home Depot and the Osceola County maintenance Department. Poinciana High School Prin cipal Pete Hodges currently is rebuilding the schools engineer ing program, as well as bringing back other programs such as TV production to strengthen the schools focus on STEMrelated careers. He said that the programs are not only for students preparing to go to col lege, but also students who want to jump into a career after high school graduation. You know, most kids when they come into high school they dont know what they want. So, we have a wide variety of opportunities for them to kind of point them in a direction to see what they are interest ed in. Then, also build those skills, because not everyone is going to go to college, so we have to have another avenue for those kids to be trained here and go right into the workforce, Hodges said. By Ken Jackson Staff Writer The stylists at Double J Salon & Spa in St. Cloud are in the stretch run of their annual challenge to provide hair for wigs to go to children who have lost their own to any medical reason. Giving those people under 21 their hair, and in some cases their dignity, back is nice, but giving Scott Ramsey, the Big Boss of next weekends Sil ver Spurs Rodeo, a pink hairdo will be even better. Double J Salon, owned by Lisa Johnson, is in the middle of its annual drive to collect hair to provide Children With Hair Loss, a nonprofit orga nization that provides customized human hair replacements, at no cost, to children who suffer from medically-related hair loss, with hair for wigs. Salon patrons can choose to contribute their cut hair to the annual effort, which is in its fourth year. Johnson and her cast of cutters will work right up until next weekends rodeo, includ ing at the rodeo, to surpass last years total of 5,060 inches of hair collected. Pam Sanderson, Johnsons sister and co-worker in the family business, said by work ing in the industry, they were able to find a use for all that hair hitting the floor just await ing a broom. Wed just throw it all away otherwise, but why throw away something kids could use? she said. It was just a matter of finding an avenue for it. While the stylists in the shop were just going to compete with themselves this year to surpass the 132 wigs they saved hair for last year, Ramsey came in with a better challenge. He wagered that in two weeks the salon would not be able to col lect 1,944 inches of hair a sentimental number referring to the first Silver Spurs Rodeo in 1944. Should they reach the goal prior to the first bull buck ing Friday night at the rodeo, he will have his hair dyed pink in honor of that nights Tough Enough To Wear Pink performance. According to the salons Facebook page on Thursday afternoon, Double J was just 177 inches away with over a week to get there. Considering one woman was able to donate more than 60 inches at one time, the stylists are only a few more cuts away. Were going to get there, Sanderson said. More than 7,200 inches of hair has been collected by Double J Salon & Spa since it started, noteworthy since it takes just six people to donate eight inches of hair to be able to create one wig. Im so excited to make it to the 10,000 mark (later this year), Johnson said. The Double J Salon & Spa is located at 3684 Old Canoe Creek Road and will be open Tuesday through Friday this week from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. to anyone who wants to help the cause. As much as we want Scott to have pink hair Friday, every one who donates gets a certifi cate, Sanderson said. CWHL (www.childrenwith hairloss.us), based in Michi gan, is a nonprofit organiza tion started in 2000 that pro vides the hair replacements complete free of charge. It operates entirely on revenue from donations, fundraisers and grants.Salon hosting annual drive to collect hair for kids with medical woes Host of Build it Bigger visits Poinciana High carpentry program 021514.SNG 021514.SNG 021514.SNG 021514.SNG

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Page A4, About the only difficulty Ive encountered here, wandering alone, far from the official Winter Olympics staging grounds, has been my inability to speak Russian. Still, Im able to communicate somewhat effectively, as I often do at home with our earthier elected officials, through use of broad pantomime, exaggerated facial expres sions and voice inflection. And every so often here in Rus sia, I find someone who speaks a bit of English. Then I confuse them by speaking Chicago. But after all the solitary explor ing, I feel the need for crowds with common purpose and sport that spans the globe. Theres skating and hockey to see, and skiing up in the mountains. And Ill see that in the coming days. But there was just one more thing I had to do in Sochi, the port city about 40 minutes away by train from the Olympic compound and its ring of steel. I lit a candle in church. The Cathedral of St. Michael the Archan gel sits on a hill overlooking the Black Sea. The Russian Orthodox house of worship is the oldest in the city, commissioned by a Rus sian noble in the late 1800s, after the long, bloody wars when the army of the czar drove the Muslims from the land. And then, after the Russian Revolution, when the Communists decreed that reli gion was the opium of the people, priests all over the nation were tortured and killed or sent to the Gulag. Many churches were destroyed or, like this one, turned into ware houses. Christians were banned from the Communist Party. A generation was frightened away from worship and subsequent generations were coerced. Children were born and grew old and were buried without ever hear ing the ancient divine liturgy of St. John the Chrysostom sung in the churches of their grandfathers. Many churches of Russia fell into ruin, but with the fall of communism, they are making a comeback, one of these being St. Michael the Archangel, perfectly restored in recent years. The Russian Orthodox comeback is difficult, with cultural clashes and terrible incidents such as the shooting Sunday that killed a nun and a worshipper in far eastern Russia. But faith has survived in Russia. I visited St. Michael on a warm sunny morning, with a moist breeze from the sea on my face as I climbed the steep narrow sidewalk to the gates to the courtyard. Just inside the doors sat an old woman in a folding chair. She was dressed in black and appeared destitute, most likely a widow. Her head was covered with a kerchief. She held out a cup and begged for alms, making the sign of the cross to bless those who gave. To the left was the tall white church with its great wooden doors and to the right, the auxiliary, also white, but low to the ground. Between them stood a cypress grove, the cypress trees ordered like tall, dark, green columns of some living, outdoor temple. There were bushes and other trees in the grove as well, some beginning to bud in February, and there were songbirds among them. A woman walked past in a short white fur jacket, tight jeans and white boots, bright hard-yellow hair, gold bracelets and chains. She pointed to the auxiliary, where there were small icons for sale, and packets of incense for use at homes and gravesides. There, I purchased a thin brown candle, the smallest I could find. From the beggar at the gate to the one with the white boots, to the attendants and others walking the grounds, all were women, except for one old gentleman. He seemed to be in his 80s, erect and neat, in a dark coat, his white hair combed back, with bright eyes and hawkish features. I asked if he spoke English and he smiled a No. I walked across the courtyard to the church, up the steps, and opened the great door. There were no pews, just a hard polished floor to kneel upon. And from ceiling to floor were magnificent Byzantine icons, the religious paintings that some Western Christians mistakenly believe are prayed to by those of us of the East. We Orthodox do not pray to the icons. But we venerate them for what they represent. And they help us focus our minds and hearts for difficult journeys. Three icons were on wooden stands, and before these crowded other old women, setting their candles and making their cross. After I finished, I looked up and the old man Id met earlier, the one who spoke no English, pointed at a girl, praying. English, he said. I watched her pray for a while, a collegeaged girl with long brown hair among the white-haired crones, then walked outside and waited. Her name was Ekaterina. I speak English, she said. She had either real wealth or impeccable taste or both. There was nothing flashy about her, no gold, or heavy makeup, no hardworldliness. Her dark boots looked as if they were handmade and cost a fortune. She wore a simple gray coat of fine wool. A fine silk ivory scarf was at her throat. I told her: Youre so young, and everyone else is old here. Im learning, she said hesitantly. My grandmother teaches me. I know many young people dont come to church, but I do, also other young, and I hope there will be more to come. I imagined her as a wife and mother, bringing her own children to church, her husband, his brothers. This is also how faith is restored. Ekaterina excused herself, as her grand parents were waiting, the old man with the white hair, smiling proudly, and an old woman, the grandmother, understated and elegant. We nodded to each other and they walked off. I watched them go, arm in arm, through the gates. John Kass is a columnist for the Chicago Tribune who also hosts a radio show on WLS-AM. His e-mail address is jskass@ tribune.com, and his Twitter handle is @ john_kass. In the News-Gazettes spotlight series on homelessness in Osceola County, we published the unhappy fact that there were 3,173 students regis tered in the Families in Transition (FIT) program in the School District of Osceola County. Thats 3,173 homeless children in our commu nity absolutely astonishing. One homeless child is too many. The FIT program not only identifies students in temporary housing situations, but it also helps those students and their families break down sys tematic barriers like transportation in order to continue their education. It also provides resources like school supplies, new uniforms and weekend meals and connects students to resources for higher education and other needs. We think the School District is doing great work. But we need to look at the bigger picture. We need facilities to house these children and their families. We know its not going to happen overnight, but we believe the public and private sector must come together and work on establishing a facility in Osceola County. Last month, a study called the The State of Homelessness in Osceola County was released at Rethink Homelessness, a summit of local busi ness leaders held at Florida Hospital Celebration Healths Nicholson Center. Many local entities contributed to the report, including the School District, U.S. 192 Hotel/ Motel Association, Park Place Behavioral Center, Experience Kissimmee, the University of Central Florida Institute for Social and Behavioral Sciences and the Homeless Services Network of Central Florida. This is a step in the right direction and were pleased to see the community responding. Roughly 1 in 100 homeless children in the United States live in Osceola County with most in hotels or doubled up living with other families. At any given moment, there are roughly 1,700 families that are homeless and need housing in Osceola County. Osceola County has funding to assist only 163 families per year less than 10 percent. The scope of this problem, and the fact that many of these struggling families relocated here in hopes of landing good jobs, makes it impera tive that Osceola County receive more help from state and federal agencies to solve this heartbreaking situation. The children are depending on us. Submit letters to the editor to Osceo la News-Gazette, 108 Church St., Kis simmee, 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 veri fication purposes. The News-Gazette will not publish the writers phone number. Letters to the editor are published on Thursdays and Saturdays. If you have any questions about letters to the edi tor or the Opinion page, contact Editor Brian McBride at 321-402-0436. Email at bmcbride@osceolanewsgazette.com. Our view Got a gripe? Why has America forgotten the three most important economic lessons we learned in the 30 years following World War II? Before I answer that question, let me remind you what those lessons were: First, Americas real job creators are consumers, whose rising wages generate jobs and growth. If aver age people dont have decent wages, there can be no real recovery and no sustained growth. In those years, business boomed because American workers were get ting raises and had enough purchasing power to buy what expanding busi nesses had to offer. Strong labor unions had ensured that American workers got a fair share of the economys gains. It was a virtuous cycle. Second, the rich do better with a smaller share of a rapidly growing economy than they do with a large share of an economy thats barely growing at all. Between 1946 and 1974, the econ omy grew faster than it has grown since, on average, because the nation was creating the largest middle class in history. The overall size of the economy doubled, as did the earnings of almost everyone. CEOs rarely took home more than 40 times the average workers wage, yet they were riding high. Third, higher taxes on the wealthy to finance public investments better roads, bridges, public transportation and basic research, plus world-class K-12 education and affordable higher educa tion improve the future productivity of America. All of us gain from these investments, including the wealthy. In those years, the top marginal income tax rate on Americas highest earners never fell below 70 percent. Under Republican President Dwight Eisenhower, the top marginal rate was 91 percent. Combined with tax rev enues from a growing middle class, it was enough to build the interstate highway system, dramatically expand public higher education and make American public education the envy of the world. We learned, in other words, that broadly shared prosperity isnt just com patible with a healthy economy. Its essential to it. But then we forgot these lessons. For the last three decades the Ameri can economy has continued to grow, but most peoples earnings have gone nowhere. Since the start of the recovery in 2009, 95 percent of the gains have gone to the top 1 percent. What happened? Many of us bought the snake oil of supply-side economics, which said big corporations and the wealthy are the job creators -and if we cut their taxes, the benefits will trickle down to every one else. But nothing trickled down. Meanwhile, big corporations were allowed to bust labor unions, whose membership dropped from over a third of all private-sector workers in the 1950s to under 7 percent today. Our roads and bridges were allowed to crumble under the weight of deferred maintenance, our public schools deteriorated, and public high er education became so starved for funds that tuition rose to make up for shortfalls, making college unaffordable to many working families. And Wall Street was deregulat ed, creating a casino capitalism that caused a near-meltdown of the econ omy six years ago and continues to burden millions of homeowners. CEOs began taking home 300 times the earnings of the average worker. Part of the reason for this extraor dinary U-turn has to do with politics. As income and wealth concentrated at the top, so did political power. The captains of industry and of Wall Street knew what was happening, and some played leading roles in this transfor mation. But why didnt they remember the lessons learned in the 30 years after World War II -that broadly shared prosperity is good for every one, including them? Robert Reich is Chancellors Pro fessor of Public Policy at the Uni versity of California at Berkeley and Senior Fellow at the Blum Center for Developing Economies. Their view No newspaper?If you have signed up to receive copies of the Osceola NewsGazette and it is not being delivered, contact Kathy Beck ham, circulation manager, by phone at 321-402-0401, or by email at kbeckham@osceolanewsgazette.com. OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE(USPS Number 513540) (ISSN 1060-1244) Published each Thursday and Saturday for $52 per year, by Sun Publications of Florida, a division of Lakeway Publishers of Florida, Inc. All rights reserved. Periodicals postage paid at Kissimmee, FL. Postmaster: Send address changes to: News-Gazette, 108 Church St., Kissimmee, FL 34741. Call 407-846-7600. Fax 407-846-8516. Email at news@osceolanewsgazette.com. The Osceola News-Gazette is on the World Wide Web at: www. aroundosceola.com.Year 118 No. 14 Publisher MATT PLOCHA Editor BRIAN McBRIDE Advertising Sales Manager JERRY TURNER Sports Editor RICK PEDONE Lifestyles Editor PETER COVINO Chief Photographer ANDREW SULLIVAN Circulation Manager KATHY BECKHAM Production Manager STEVE KRAUS Art Director JERRY TESTAOne homeless child in Osceola County is too many OPINIONOPINION OPINIONOPINION Sun Publications of Florida cannot be held responsible for adver tising claims. We reserve the right to refuse or discontinue any advertising, and to edit editorial content. All materials in these publications are copyrighted. Publisher will not be liable for any errors in advertising to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied by the error, and accepts responsibility only for an error A flickering flame in Sochis oldest Orthodox church Their viewWhy did we forget important economic lessons? Robert ReichTribune Media John KassTribune Media

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Saturday, February 15, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A5 issue in other hotels and motels on the corridor in 2009 and 2010. For many, the migration of homeless families to independent hotels and motels was something that slowly took them by surprise. It took her hotel to be featured and trained on Hotel Impossible before she began to put policies in place to house more tourists. Now, she requires that the guest use a credit card to check in a room, which has helped her guest turnover. She has shared this policy with other hotel owners on the corridor. As part of the 192 Hotel/ Motel Association, the biggest goal of all independent hotel owners is to better establish and market themselves as a tourist destination. Ive been passing all the messages on to them and theyre doing more and more as well. Its changing at a slow pace, but it is changing the independent hotels views on what they need to improve, Choundry said. Bailey said that for Osceola County to bounce back eco nomically, it has to look at the state of homelessness from a business standpoint, and figure out doable solutions to overcome it. Both Bailey and Jeff Jones, Osceola County strategic initiatives director and part of U.S. 192 Redevelopment Authority, agree that bridge housing programs are the best system to get families on the corridor into perma nent housing. Bridge hous ing is a temporary, afford able living space for homeless families while they work with public organizations to receive training and jobs for a permanent housing situation. That strategy is the one you see unfolding on the corridor, where youre trying to get them out of motels and into transitional housing thats set up to deal with family needs, or, for that matter, just individual needs. Its safer. Services can be provided to it, and on, and on, and on. Thats something that the economy as a whole has been working towards, Jones said. Muhammad also has an active warrant out of New Jer sey for violation of probation. On Feb. 7, deputies discov ered Muhammad no longer lived at 308 Colonade Court in Kissimmee, the address that he registered with the Sher iffs Office. Florida law requires all registered sex offenders to report a residential change within 48 hours of mov ing. Based on this informa tion, detectives obtained the felony warrants. Muhammad is described as a black male, 5 feet 9 inches tall, 170 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. He was convicted of a out of state sex offense on Jan. 10, 2003. Anyone with information is asked to call the Osceo la County Sheriffs Office at 407-348-2222 or Crimeline at (800) 423-TIPS (8477). Calls made to Crimeline remain anonymous, and tips that lead to the felony arrest of suspects and/or the recovery of stolen property and drugs are eli gible for cash rewards of up to $1,000. Management Director Bill Johnston. I was wrapping everything up at our operations center, and I get a call from my neighbor asking if Id heard about my house, said Johnston, who said the roof on his covered deck blew into nearby woods, and that luckily nobody was home at the time. I guess that makes me a survivor. Damage to roofs and exterior structures such as sheds and horse barns as well as some lost shingles and detached awnings and gutters were reported along Summer Raye Court in the Sweetwater Creek subdivision along Canoe Creek Road. A handful of trees at the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links blew down. Between 6 and 6:30 (p.m.) there was a real strong microburst, probably about 60 (mph), said Head Golf Professional Doug Holloway, who lives behind the course. Scattered power outages also were reported around the city and were resolved by 11:30 p.m. Johnston said no tornado watches or warnings were ever posted, but the National Weather Service had dispatched a crew Thursday to survey damage to determine if any embedded storm cells had any twisting rotation. The damage was really spotty, just like what I heard from Polk County, he said. It had the look of straightline winds. As for the citys response, everything worked like it was supposed to. Dispatch got calls out, law enforcement was out monitoring situations and by morning crews were out cleaning up. It was a pretty good dress rehearsal for us. The National Weather Service in Melbourne issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Osceola Coun ty shortly before 4 p.m. that lasted until 11 p.m. By 5:30 p.m., an ominous shelf cloud was clearly visible, and at 6 p.m. SkyWarn network spotters reported 1-inch hail east of Celebration, prompt ing the first of three Severe Thunderstorm Warnings posted for Osceola County between 6-7 p.m. A St. Cloud weather sta tion recorded a 36 mph gust at 6:23 p.m. Wednesday. Weather service meteorologist Amanda Bowen said the squall line, which was the southern edge of a cold front associated with a win ter storm that brought freezing rain and snow to other parts of the Eastern United States, produced 50 to 60 mph gusts in some portions of Polk, Osceola and Brevard counties. Based on pictures we received of damage it was all from straight-line winds, she said, adding that there are no more significant cold fronts expected over the next seven days and that a general warming trend is in the forecast. A barn located near the workers house was taken apart and will be reconstruct ed at the new site, in addition to a ranch house that will be moved later this month from Narcoossee to the Shingle Creek park. Other structures will be moved from the countys cur rent home for Pioneer Village on Bass Road across U.S. 192 to the new location this summer, putting all of the Historical Societys museum pieces either at the park or the Osceola County Historical Museum. The two eventually will be directly connected to the Osceola County Historical Museum by canoes on Shingle Creek or a bike/walking path along the waterway. The Bass Road site still will be home to research and artifact storage of more than 10,000 items, and will be renovated to double its size. The screened pavilion also will remain so that resi dents can rent it for outdoor family gatherings. The relocation of the Partin Ranch structures marks the first steps in the expansion of Pioneer Village, which will include the addition of eight historic structures to the inter active history experience at Babb Landing. Eventually the park will include a pioneer building from the 1900s as a welcome center, a train depot, school house, church, saw mill, cow camp and Semi nole Indian village. Osceola County earmarked $1.4 million of Tourist Devel opment Tax funds in Decem ber to consolidate all the historical buildings into one interactive history campus to show off its heritage within hiking or biking distance from the countys Welcome Center and History Museum, which opened in the fall of 2012. During Tuesdays move, Osceola County Historical Society Executive Director Donita Dampier was a mem ber of the moving party. It was so cool seeing it lifted up, she said. We were going to do it at sunrise but we were told the traffic wouldnt be as bad around 10 a.m. This is the first one to move, so were excited, Dampier said. The TDT contribution from the county covers the costs to move existing buildings. Current fundraising is under pay to build all the new struc tures, which will cost around $750,000 to complete. The county also is seeking propos als for a company to maintain and operate a canoe rental facility on Shingle Creek. It is invaluable as we con tinue our initiative to preserve Osceola Countys rich history, she said. Each dollar supports our mission to educate tourists and residents and offer them an authentic experience about how our region has evolved. When its complete, people can park at the Welcome Center, then walk or ride a bike to the museum at Babb Landing, then rent a canoe on the creek, she said. This project offers a great oppor tunity to experience all that unique history. The expansion project is a collaborative effort of the His torical Society, Osceola Coun ty, city of Kissimmee, South Florida Water Management District and the Florida Com munities Trust. More informa tion is available at the soci etys website at www.osceola history.org.BuildingsContinued from Page A-1 Cold frontContinued from Page A-1 Police newsContinued from Page A-1 HomelessContinued from Page A-1 Copyright 2014 FLP, LLC. All Rights Reserved. All sales plus tax, title, tag and $699.00 dealer fee, with approved credit.$57.00 Auto Acquisition Event Opens To Public, Cars Starting At $1,995.00 Staff Writer Curt Lentz Kissimmee, FL Due to the national increase in defaulted automotive loans, banks are having to store and stock pile vehicles that at one point and time had owners with good credit. Chris Shackleford, General Manager of Starling Chevrolet, was asked for help in storing and disposing of the desired inventory. Helping the banks is the right thing to do. After all, I cant count the number of times that they have loaned money to customers of ours that were turned down all over town. Vehicles included in this three day event will be domestic and imported sports cars, vans, sport utility vehicles, and trucks, many still under factory warranty. Dave Fokine, Used Car Manager, explained, This is a great deal for bargain hunters. Simply pick out one of the 239 vehicles that have been traded, repossessed or purchased from around the country, pay a $57 acquisition fee and start making payments. This is not a lease program. The banks are making buy of a lifetime offers, thus making it very attractive for the person who wants a super clean safety inspected car or truck. Fokine continues, First of all we mark down all prices up to $1800 below Blue Book value and also include up to a 100,000 mile warranty on many of these cream puffs, at no charge to the buyer. Last, but not least, huge discounts will be given to whoever wants to pay cash. 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Page A6, Theres an old adage in sports: You never want to replace The Man. Its generally used when a football coach is hired to replace a legend. Its much better to replace the man who replaced the man. That said, it doesnt always work that way. I was approached by News-Gazette Sports Editor Rick Pedone to pen at least temporarily a fishing column after long-time legend Jacque Captain Jac Mitchell passed away last year. In essence, Rick asked me to replace The Man. In accepting this assign ment, I knew I would be replacing a legend on the local waters, and its a pair of shoes I know I will never really fill. But, I will do my best to pass on a little informa tion each week about Osceola County fishing. Heres a little on my fish ing background: I grew up in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in north-central Pennsylvania, where I spent an awful lot of my youth and teen years chasing after brook, rainbow and brown trout. Earth worms were the bait of choice, but as I got a little older and more coordinated, I fell in love with dry fly fish ing. I idled away my college years at West Virginia University. While I spent the majority of my evening hours trying to impress the college girls with my disco moves, I did spend a considerable amount of time and effort try ing to catch channel catfish in the Monongahela River, while also pursuing small and large mouth bass in Cheat Lake, a large, deep man-made lake on the Pennsylvania-West Virginia border. Upon moving to Tallahassee in 1981, most of my fishing expe riences took place along the beaches of St. George Island and along the dikes of St. Marks Light house, where sea trout, whiting, sand trout and redfish were the targeted species. In 1987, I moved to the Kissimmee area and bought a house on Emerald Lake (Fish Lake to many long-time residents). To be honest, the deal-clincher came when the real estate agent was walking me through the backyard. The former owner was sitting on a bucket and fishing in the canal. He looked up and asked if I liked fishing, and when I replied in the affirmative, he reached over the seawall and pulled up a stringer of about 20 fat specs. House sold! Over the years, I have spent a lot of time on that lake fishing for largemouth bass, specs, bluegill and stumpknockers. The biggest largemouth I ever caught out of the lake checked in at just under 10 pounds and 27 inches, but I swear I had a bigger one hooked up about a year ago. On the saltier side, I enjoy flats fishing and the occa sional off-shore trip when I am lucky to be invited. Nothing is more fun than watch ing a big red bust on a topwater lure as the sun is break ing over the horizon or the biceps-burning thrill of bat tling a 50-pound torpedo also known as the yellowfin tuna. But, enough about me. My intention is to make this column about the real fishermen and women of Osceola County. And to do this, I will need your help. Over the past week or so, I have been calling on some of the local fish camps, bait shops and guides to introduce myself and hopefully gather some weekly information on what is happening on the local fish scene. I also invite all of the read ers to help out. If you had a great day on the water, let me know about it and send some pictures, too. Provide as much detail as possible and include first and last names, the body of water you were fishing, weather conditions and details of the catch. Drop me an email at underthebobber@yahoo.com Tight lines and good fishing to all! State tournament is the goal Softball previewThe Osceola News-Gazette invites its readers to follow all of the action at the 2014 Win ter Olympic Games at Sochi at aroundosceola.com. Simply scan the QR code below with your cell phone, or visit aroundosceola.com and click on the Sochi 2014 ban ner, for a direct link to break ing Olympics news. The medal count for the United States will be updated in each issue of the paper through the end of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. By Rick Pedone Sports Editor It was probably the most exciting game played at the new Osceola High gym, but the wrong team won. Haines City, thanks to a nine-point outburst from guard Bryan Morales in the last 2:28, edged Osceola, 86-85, Thurs day in a 7A-2 regional quarter final boys basketball shootout. Morales helped the Hor nets erase an 80-75 Kowboys lead by scoring six straight points, including back-to-back layups, that put Haines City up, 81-80. With most in the gym standing, the teams raced up and down the court, bodies crashing to the floor on both ends. The lead switched hands four more times before the Kowboys last hope, a 3-point attempt at the buzzer, bounced off the front of the rim. Haines City, 19-11, advanced to Tuesdays region al semifinal at Bartow while the Kowboys, the 7A-5 district champions, finished 19-9. Bartow, the 7A-6 champ, beat Gateway, 53-47, Thursday. Osceola Coach Nate Alex ander sat in his office after the game, trying to piece together what went wrong in the last six minutes, after the Kowboys led 75-67 on Alain Allards (4) back-door dunk off a feed from Tre Perry (16). With four Kowboys scor ing in double figures and the team shooting 55 percent from the field (32-of-58), all the elements seemed in place Bobbin along with Dan, the new fishing guy Kowboys edged in 7A-2 regional; Panthers ousted Follow the 2014 Olympics right here By Rick Pedone Sports Editor The 2013 high school soft ball season was one of the best in Osceola County with Har mony, Osceola and St. Cloud all advancing to the regional playoffs. Harmony reached the Class 7A state tournament, its sec ond appearance there in three seasons. For 2014, the Lady Long horns should be one of the best teams in Class 7A, and St. Clouds lineup is full of young, talented players. Osceola, as always, will be in contention for district and Orange Belt Conference titles. Those three teams join Liberty, Gateway, Celebration and Lake Nona in 7A District 5. Poinciana plays in 6A Dis trict 8 in Polk County.HarmonyCoach Jeff Fiorelli returns for his second season with the Lady Longhorns after guiding the team to a 26-4 record. The Longhorns lost in the state semifinals to eventual Class 7A champion Fort Lau derdale St. Thomas Aquinas, 1-0, in nine innings. Harmony lost several out standing seniors to graduation, but pitcher/shortstop Aleshia Ocasio returns for her senior year, and that fact by itself makes the Lady Longhorns a very dangerous team. Ocasio, the News-Gazette Player of the Year for 2013, has committed to the Univer sity of Florida after a junior season that saw her post a 17-3 record and 0.42 ERA. She struck out 178 batters in 115 innings. She also is one of the teams leading hitters. Fiorelli is blessed with depth on the pitching staff. Junior Lily Mann, another UF com mit, and senior Molly Baker both own varsity experience on the mound. Savannah Aus tin, an outfielder, is the only other senior on a young and talented roster. Infielder Brooke Harris and outfielder Taylor Soltys, both juniors, return, and St. Cloud transfer Maddie Urquiola, a sophomore, should step in at shortstop. Sophomores Rebekah Bat son and Jaden Kline bring var sity experience to the lineup, along with Mikeila Bush and Jeleah Nunez. Freshman Kendall Kisa more rounds out the varsity lineup. Harris has committed to Jacksonville State, and Urqui ola has selected Southern Mis sissippi as her commitment. The Longhorns are the defending Orange Belt Con ference champions and are off to a 4-0 start.St. CloudThe Lady Bulldogs became a potent force last season with an outstanding group of young players under Coach Ray Whobrey. Whobrey is ramping up the schedule to test his team. With my senior leadership, I believe we will have a very good team this year, and we should contend for the district and the conference champi onships, he said. We are setting our goals high and we expect to achieve them. The team is well balanced with four seniors, three juniors, three sophomores, and four fresh men. The seniors include infielder Emily Blackmore, who recent ly signed with Ava Maria Uni versity; outfielder KaDeisha McCowen, the countys stolen bases leader last season; third baseman Hayle Pittman and catcher Shina Hunsicker. Juniors include catcher Paola Del Valle and infield er Audrey Wentzell, who is recovering from a broken leg. The sophomores are outfielder Sara Crawford, last years team home runs leader, and pitchers Paige Shantz and Lindsay Markham, who com bined last year for 149 strike outs and a 1.57 ERA. They will share first base. As good as that group is, Whobrey is excited about his freshmen class. It is probably the best freshmen class I have seen coming into the school since I have been here, he said. Outfielder Emily Hender son, infielder/outfielder Kayla Jensen, pitcher Skylar Whobrey and shortstop Cortney Wentzell all will contribute, the coach said. The coaching staff and myself are very excited about this years team; we are look ing forward to the season and have very high expectations for the girls this year, Who brey said. We have the ability to hit the long ball and speed to do the short game. Our defense will be very good with quickness in the infield, speed in the outfield, and we will have Cerberus (a three-headed dog in Greek Mythology) for our pitching.OsceolaCoach George Coffey returns for his 20 th season with a young lineup that Cof fey believes will eventually develop into a powerhouse. Maybe not this year, but it wont be long before this becomes a really, really good team, Coffey said. The Kowboys coach likes the teams strong work ethic, enthusiasm and talent.Harmonys multi-talented junior Lily Mann (7) has committed to the University of Florida, one of two Lady Longhorns who have committed to the Gainesville university along with pitcher Aleshia Ocasio.News-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanSee Softball, Page A-7 United States Medal Tally GOLD 04 SILVER 02 BRONZE 06 Osceolas Jamey Morris (4) drives past Haines City defenders DJ Law (23) and Jack Tisdale (3) during the 7A-2 regional playoff game Thursday at the OHS gym. Haines City won, 86-85, ending the Kowboys season.News-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanHorns eye return to 7A final fourSee Basketball, Page A-8 Fo llow us on Tw itter www.twitter.co m/Osceo laSp orts Go to: www.aroundosceola.com J. Daniel PearsonUnder the Bobber

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Saturday, February 15, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A7 Harmony girls thrash Bartow, 40-29A-7 I have such a great time working with these kids. They are fantastic. I enjoy every minute I spend with them, he said. Coffey, who lost several standouts to graduation from last years district champion ship team, said the only thing the team lacks is experience. We have one senior, two juniors, three sophomores and the rest are freshmen. We are young, he said. Also, it will be difficult to replace Kenya Pereira, a fouryear varsity pitcher who went to Florida A&M. Kali Jones, a junior, will step up in the rotation, and Coffey has high expectations for Nicole Santanello and Brit tany Foster. This group is good. If we can get the pitching, we could go a long way, Coffeys said. Back are standouts like senior Chantal Crockett, who can play the outfield or catch, and a trio of talented sophomores including Haisette Escudero, a sophomore who hit four home runs last season, Santanello and Claire Anren das. All three sophomores hit over .400 last year. Jones batted .507 and scored 27 runs last season. Coffey said a stream of promising freshmen is ready to contribute in players like Justine Calderon, Trinity Gibbs, Leila Santiago, Abigail Kendrick and Janelys Rosado. Realistically, with dis trict foes Harmony and St. Cloud both deep in pitch ing, it will be difficult for the Lady Kowboys to reach the regional playoffs. Its a very tough district, no question. Harmony and St. Cloud are very talented, Cof fey said. But, I never count us out. Our team chemistry is great. How quickly we can get the newcomers up to speed will be the key.PoincianaCoach Kim Harrison begins her second season with the Lady Eagles, and she is looking forward to seeing how well her squad can compete in 6A District 8. Six players return: Veron ica Pineiro, Tiffany Laboy, Yessenia Garcia, Neisha Figueroa, Lillianne Marcheggiani, and Jayleen Orengo. Also returning from injuries are Ramona Hernandez and Valentina Jorge. Watch-out players are Tiffany Laboy, Ramona Her nandez and newcomers Emily Kersey and Lizmarie Nieves, Harrison said. We are in a new district and we are hopeful on having great competi tion this year, Harrison said. Harrisons assistant coach is Joe Marcheggiani.CelebrationAfter a two-year absence, Coach Ed Kuzma returns as the Storm softball coach. Kuzma is pleased that two standouts from his last team from 2011, the battery of Maddie White and Sarah Stelwag, are back for their senior campaigns. Maddie will be continuing on to play at Lynn University, Kuzma said. The infield returns Morgan Molina (first base) and Britta ny Moore (second base). The other side of the infield is a work in progress, Kuzma said. Freshman Sydney Hayes will fill one of those spots. Kuzma said that, except for his battery, the team is inexperienced. Our goal this year is to limit the number of outs we give our opponents. We will spend the majority of prac tice working on raising our game IQ and understanding the roles of each position in each situation, he said. We will focus on not compound ing errors with more errors. Kuzma said that the team could be successful playing small ball. I think we can put up a few runs a game with the combination of the experi enced middle of the order and the desire of the girls bat ting around them, he said. If we can play defense and make our opponents earn their runs, we can come out above .500. I guarantee that there will be a game where all the cylinders are clicking and we give someone a game that they did not expect.GatewayCoach Ron Styron begins his second season with a good group of lettermen. Senior Selena Torres returns to the mound and batted .410 last season. Junior Brooke Johnson (catcher/infield) is back, along with sophomores Mary Acosta (first base), Desiree Fernandez (shortstop/pitcher) and Kaelin Ruiz (catcher/third base). Newcomers include freshmen Liera Acosta (outfield/ pitcher) and Nyrobi Milien (second base/pitcher).LibertyCoach Nichole Shiko takes over the Lady Chargers pro gram this season. We have a strong, talented and knowledgeable freshman class and a senior class that consists of veteran athletes who possess excellent leadership and motivational skills, she said. We are very excited about the season and have been working diligently to improve our skills these past few weeks to not only become competitive in our conference, but to strengthen our team unity as well. Libertys seniors include Tajaray Ballentine, Zorylisse Bentancourt, Jamie Marrero, Livia Palmer, Giomara Perez and Lina Pinto. All but Ballentine return from last season. Stephanie Dalgado, Car men Eusebio, Arianna Reyes, Dalissa Rojas and Ariana Var gas are the juniors. Sopho more Kaela Cloutier and freshmen Courtney Benja min, Ciara Ramos, Alexandra Reyes and Taylor Bates round out the varsity roster. Our girls are eager and excited to take on the challenge of a tough schedule against highly competitive and skilled opponents, Shiko said.Heritage ChristianThe Lady Eagles reached the Florida Christian Conference championship game last season and return eight play ers under Coach Ryan Grot house. We are looking forward to another great year, he said. Seniors Sara Bedoya and Kelly Riascos return this sea son and join eighth-graders Brooke Beaver and Jamie Uriarte in the starting lineup, which also includes sopho more Katie Kleinhans and Taylor Suarez. Freshmen Syanne Rowe and Rosarnie Perez also return. Newcom ers include freshmen Shariely Figueroa-Mendez and Ynayah Boyd. Sian Arichibald (8 th ) and Lourdes Rivera (7 th ) also are on the roster.SoftballContinued from page A-6 021514.SNG Call Today! 407-931-3800 NMLS#204032 Call us to discuss how you can become a proud homeowner once again. 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Both lifts are definitely bests for the year. She did very well, he said. Were very proud of her. St. Cloud Coach Lonnie Beckel said his lifters also performed well at states. Leeah and Mackenzie both lifted really well, Beckel said. Beckel said several more of his lifters also had excellent performaces at the state meet but were unable to place among the top six. We had three girls that broke school records in the clean and jerk and could not place, he said. Melissa Cuervo clean and jerked 150 pounds for St. Cloud in the 110-pound weight class. Lynn Jackson broke the school record (155) for the clean and jerk at 129 pounds and Daniela Rincon, at 139 pounds, broke another record by clean and jerking 175 pounds. Haley Webber, at 199 pounds, lost by body weight in a three-way tie for sixth place. Congratulations to our girls for a great state meet and a tremendous season, Beckel said. for an OHS victory. Except: We couldnt finish we made some foolish mistakes at the end. We had the lead and we were pushing it, making silly turnovers, when we should have pulled it back, Alexander said. It is a fair analysis, but given the breakneck tempo of the game for 32 minutes, the Kowboys could be excused for not being able to downshift when they held the lead. Haines City, which seemed on the verge of getting blown out two or three times, always came back thanks to relentless work on the boards from junior FSU football commit Derwin James (10 points, 17 rebounds) and teammates Jack Tisdale (20) and DJ Law (17). Law made national head lines last week after signing three football national letters of intent on National Signing Day, but he seemed to know what he was doing on the basketball floor Thursday. Morales (20) scored nine of Haines Citys last 11 points, but James made one of the biggest baskets of the game when he grabbed a missed free throw by Morales with the score tied at 82 and stuffed it through to put the Hornets up, 84-82. They killed us inside all night, Alexander said. The Kowboys countered immediately when Cortez Edwards (21) brought the ball down the floor, pulled up at the 3-point arc, and swished the shot to make it 85-84 with 33 seconds to play. The Hornets then beat Osceolas pressure defense and Morales went to the basket, missed, but grabbed his own rebound and dropped in the winning shot with 12 seconds to play. After a timeout, the Kowboys came down the floor but lost the ball when James broke up a pass and started a scramble at midcourt that left Morales at the free throw line with 3.6 seconds left. Morales missed two free throws and OHS got the ball near midcourt with three seconds left. It was enough time to get off a shot just outside the 3-point arc. It (the inbounds play) started out the way it was supposed to, and we ended up getting a better look than I thought we would, Alexander said. OHS started the game like it was going to run the Hor nets out of the gym when Jamey Morris (game high 24 points) drilled three 3-point shots for a 9-0 lead, but the Hornets countered with a sixpoint run to stay close. The teams played at a breakneck pace throughout the game. Osceolas Edwards put OHS up, 35-32, in the second quarter by scoring under the basket with the Hornets Demaris Span draped on him like a cape. The Hornets built a 47-40 lead at the half. The Kowboys put on a shooting clinic in the third quarter, hitting 75 percent (12-for-16) to go up, 69-67. Orlando Martinez scored six of his 11 points in the third quarter for OHS. They did what we expected them to do, but not the shooting. They didnt miss much (32-of-64), Alexander said. Its tough. I dont know. Its just hard to understand how we let the lead get away. Bartow (19-11) center Tony Bradley (22) scored 14 points in the fourth quarter, including a putback in the last min ute, to hold off the Panthers. 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They dont make them like this anymore. Literally. The Jungle Book is one of those joy-to-behold films that was animated with ink and paint, way back before anybody even thought about making an animated film with a computer. It is also the last film that Walt Disney himself had a ma jor hand in (though he died be fore it was released). Disney has just released The Diamond Blu-ray Edition of the 1967 film, which has got some of the greatest characters and music of any Disney film. The story doesnt exactly sparkle, but with vocal appear ances by Louis Prima, Phil Har ris, Sebastian Cabot George Sanders and Sterling Holloway, The Jungle Book is still a gem in this Diamond Edition. Based on a series of short stories by Rudyard Kipling, its the tale of Mowgli, a young or phan boy who is found deep in the jungles of India by Bagheera (Cabot), a black panther. But there is always something dark and sinister in the jungle and this time is is Shere Khan (Saunders) a man-eating Bengal tiger. Bagheera wants Mowgli to get to the safety of the nearest man village, but there are many obstacles along the way. Among the many high lights: that fun-loving bear, Baloo (Harris), who teams up with Mowgli for one of the alltime great Disney tunes The Bare Necessities. Later, Mowgli is kidnapped by a band of monkeys, where he meets King Louie (Prima), the orangutan for another great Disney tune I Wanna Be Like You. The third great song in the film is the hypnotic Trust in Me, sung by Disney legend Sterling Holloway, as Kaa, the snake, who wants to make Mowgli his next meal. Its a great, jazzy score (not to mention those vultures who are a direct reference to the most popular band of the time, The Beatles). This is a two-disc set, plus digital copy. The Blu-ray disc has some new bonus features, .scar Two Blu-ray/DVDs that are must-haves for music fans Peter CovinoFilm Critic Section B Check out aroundosceola.com February 15, 2014 Into the jungle and The Big Easy COUNTY FAIR KISSIMMEE 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, rib bons and the coveted Best of Show trophy. Children from both rural and urban back grounds come together to showcase their pets to the spectators and judges. Each contestant is given the opportunity 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.KOWTOWN FESTIVALKISSIMMEE Anyone interested in being a vendor at the 2014 Kowtown Festival, compet ing at the Kissimmee Valley Rib Rodeo sanction by the Florida BBQ Association or just want more information about the upcoming event should check out www.kissimmeemainstreet. com/kowtown. For all questions about the event call Kissimmee Main Street at 407-846-4643.ANTIQUES VINTAGE AND GARDEN SHOWORLANDO The Orlando Museum of Art Council of 101 presents the annual Antiques Vintage and Garden Show this weekend. There are various events scheduled including Appraisal Days, Saturday and Sunday. Cost is $10 per item with paid admission. Admision to the show includes admission to the current Orlando Museum of Art exhibitions including Rembrandt, Rubens, Gainsborough and the Golden Age of Painting in Europe from the Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky. For more information go to www.omart.org/programs.MOCK TRIALORLANDO Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF will hold its 6th Annual Mock Trial on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park. Presented by the Bards Board Barristers, this years mock trial is based on Charles Dickens The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts I and II (adapted for the stage by David Edgar). Ticket holders will watch as the Margeson Theater is transformed into an interactive courtroom and Nicholas Nickleby is put on the stand, charged with the assault and battery of Headmaster Wackford Squeers. Tickets, priced at $25 (regular) and $15 (students), are available by calling (407) 447-1700, online at www.orlandoshakes.org, or in person at 812 East Rollins StreetSUN N FUNLAKELAND The 40th anniversary of Sun n Fun, the spring break for pilots and aviation enthusiasts, returns to Lakeland this year, April 1-6. For four decades, the Fly-In has preserved the future of aviation by focusing on educating new gen erations with a variety of hands-on activities. The week-long event is expected to attract more than 200,000 visitors from around the globe to the Cen tral Florida area. Throughout the week, attendees will have the opportunity to view more than 10,000 different aircrafts from homebuilts to warbirds, ultralights and new models on the exhibit floor, and then participate in a number of hands-on activities, workshops, forums and view daily airshows. Lake land Linder Regional Airport will become the busiest airport in the region, with 10,000-15,000 aircraft flying in and out during the week. See DVDs, page B-2 Photos/Disney, HBO Great soundtracks are the common link between this weeks two Blu-ray debuts, the timeless Disney classic, The Jungle Book and HBOs post Katrina-New Orleans drama series, Treme.By Peter Covino A&E Editor Elizabeth Taylor was famous for her affinity for diamonds, but the real celebrity of the stone world is coming to the Dark Sky event at Harmony. The annual festival, now in its 18th year, will feature a lunar sample, more commonly called a moon rock. It will be on display for both days of the event, Feb. 28 and March 1. According to Dark Sky Festival Director Bill Fife, the special guest at the festival was collected by astronaut Dave Scott, while he was on the moon as part of Apollo 15 in 1971. While rocks were collected dur ing all six Apollo lunar surface excursions (about 842 pounds were collected total and 2,415 samples), by rock standards, they are still quite rare and considered priceless. According to Wikipedia, three small fragments from the Soviet explorer Luna 16, weighing 0.2 grams, sold for $442,500 back in 1993. The lunar sample on display at the Dark Sky Festival, while still a fragment from a larger piece of rock, weighs about 93.1 grams. It originally came from a piece of rock that weighed 4,770 grams (about 10.5 pounds). It will, of course, be guarded the entire time it is on display, and kept in a safe after hours. According to information sup plied by Fife, the lunar sample is breccia (rock composed of broken fragments) and is estimated to be Moon rock sample will be on display at Harmony event, Feb. 28 and March 1Putting on Your DVDs Art center starts new youth county choir See Lunar, page B-2 By Peter Covino A&E Editor Sing, Osceola youngsters, sing. The Osceola Center for the Arts is starting an all-new musical group for students The Osceola County Youth Choir. The new youth group should be busy and in good hands, said Kacie Davidow, marketing manager for the Osceola Center for the Arts. Osceola County music veteran Greg Carswell, who taught choral music for 35 years at Osceola High School and even took the choir to perform at the opening ceremonies of the 2009 Summer Olympics in Beijing, is the new choir director. Carswell served as the co-founder of the Osceola All-County Chorus and has been awarded teacher of the year twice The choral group will have its first informational meeting on Monday, Feb. 24, at 6:30 p.m. in the Studio Theater at the center. It is something the center has thought about for awhile, Davidow said of the new group. The center already has a theater group for youngsters, broken down into three different age groups. We wanted to start something else for teens, she said. The choral group will be open to all students in Osceola schools public, private and charter, in grades 8-12. While it would be great if every youngster interested in joining the group has vocal talent, it wont be necessity. We would like to start with about First meeting of new group will be Monday, Feb. 24Lunar rock star at Dark Sky Festival See Choir, page B-2 The choir joins established Osceola Center for the Arts youth groups such as the Center Childrens Theater, shown here in a production of State Fair. Bucking bulls and courageous cowboys will compete for 8 seconds of glory dur ing the 3rd Annual Monster Bulls event, presented by Florida Hospital Celebra tion Health on today, at 7:30pm at the Silver Spurs Arena at Osceola Heritage Park. Bull riding is rodeos favorite event and riders will compete for thousands of dollars in prize money. Florida Hospital Celebration Health is honored and excit ed to partner on an event that so richly showcases the history and heritage of the community we serve, said Flori da Hospital Celebration Healths Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Monica Reed. Tickets are $15 per person, children 10 and under free, paid admission also includes a ticket to the Osceola County Fair, happening right next door. Visit www.silverspursrodeo.com or call 40767RODEO (76336) for information.Photo/NASALunar rocks were collected during all six Apollo lunar excursions, about 842 pounds in all. The sample that will be on display at the Dark Sky Festival originally came from a piece of rock that weighed about 10.5 pounds.

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Page B2, the best being Music, Memories & Mowgli, a conversation with songwriter Richard B. Sherman, of Sherman Brothers fame and Walts daughter Diane Disney Miller. There also is an alternate ending, created by combining some newly discovered script and created storyboard and BearE-Oke, that presents five of the films songs in a sing-along style. The second DVD disc has a lot more bonuses, all of which ap peared in the last reissue of The Jungle Book, a Platinum Edition in 2007. Disney fans are collectors of the various editions. The Plati num Edition has been out of print since 2010, so there will be a lot of fanfare with this latest release. And fans will not be disap pointed. There is more music joy (but it is just a sidelight) with the re lease of HBOs Treme, both the fourth and final season as well as Treme: The Complete Series. Treme has been a highlight for the premium network, a net work that has produced some of the best films and series ever seen on TV. The show ends on a high-note (it began just three months after Katrina) as the people of the city of New Orleans, still rebuilding their lives, culminate it in true New Orleans fashion with Mardi Gras 2009. If you already have the first three seasons, it does seem sense less to pluck down the bill for the whole set, but there is one truly great bonus in the complete set: a bonus disc that includes more than a dozen music videos from the series. And music always played such in important part, un derstandably, to the series Treme. The complete series includes all 36 episodes from the four sea sons, plus all of the extra features included with when each season was released individually. Bonus es with Treme have always been great, highlighting the food and culture of one of Americas great cities. It is really something spe cial to have it all gathered here in one place. You can by season four by itself of course, a season high lighted by the historic election of President Barrack Obama, but tempered by the slow recov ery, further dampened by police corruption, violence and crime. Season four is available in both DVD and Blu-ray. While the drama on the show was always outstanding, I think it is the music of Treme that will be long remembered. Most of the music was captured live and features many of the citys music legends. Combine that with the storm that almost destroyed the city, the complete series is very much, New Orleans legacy. Since this is the last season, it is only fitting that the entire cast take a final bow as well, and here they are: Wendell Pierce as Antoine Batiste; Khandi Alexander as LaDonna Batiste-Williams; Clarke Peters as Albert Lambreaux; Rob Brown as Delmond Lambreaux; Steve Zahn as Davis McAlary; Kim Dickens as Janette Desau tel; Oscar winner Melissa Leo as Toni Bernette; John Goodman as Creighton Bernette; Lucia Micarelli as Annie Tee; Michiel Huisman as Sonny; David Morse as Terry Colson; Jon Seda as Nelson Hidalgo; India Ennenga as Sofia Bernette; and Chris Coy as L.P. Everett. Back in the 1970s, seeming ly every big film star had to get their own TV series and James Stewart was no exception. Stewart starred in, the appropriately named, The Jimmy Stewart Show, which aired on NBC in 1971-72. The 24-episode series was re cently released by Warner Bros. and is available exclusively online at WBShop.com. Stewart was renowned for his slow delivery and the pacing of the one-season curiosity belies that. Stewart is James K. How ard, an anthropology professor at a small town university. Stewart is always likeable and fans will appreciate his homespun style and humor, but for modern audiences, the series makes Ozzie and Harriet look hip. Stewart is head of a household that has expanded to include his older son, when his house burns down and his wife and son are forced to move in with the pro fessor and his family. The shows gimmick, if it had one at all, was that Stewart has a second son who is is about eight or so, the same age as Stewarts grandson on the show. And that kid hates having to call his same-age uncle, uncle. The only big positive show, other than Stewart himself, is the frequent guest appearances of best friend Dr. Luther Quince, played by longtime veteran actor John McGiver. DVDsContinued from page B-1 about 3.9 billion years old. Thats older than 99.99 per cent of all Earth rocks. Scientific research con tinues at NASAs Johnson Space Center on the larger, remaining piece of rock. And similar studies continue at other research centers in the United States of the lunar samples collected during the Apollo program. You can get an up close look at the lunar sample (it will be on a pedestal and roped off) from 5 to 10 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March 1. While the rock is the stel lar attraction at this years Dark Sky event, there will be a lot of other things to do at the festival, which was created to promote dark sky awareness in Osceola County and beyond. Light pollution has become a major problem for stargazing, not only in urban areas, but throughout the United States. The event features exhibits, stuff for kids to do as well as a large selection telescopes for sky viewing, set up by various area star-gazing groups. The current lineup of speakers includes: Former NASA astronaut Dr. Story Musgrave (Saturday Night). Katherine Nagy, head of Astronomy Education for the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (Friday Night). Derek Demeter, director of the Seminole State College Planetarium. Beverly Rother, represent ing Virgin Galactic space travel Featured exhibitors include: NASA, Earthrise Space, Orlando FamiLAB, Orlando Mini Makers Faire, Hobby town USA, Orlando Science Center and Toms Rocket Gear (Saturday Only). Admission and parking to the Dark Sky Festival is free.Space CenterAt the nearby Kennedy Space Center, two Space Shuttle astronauts will be join ing the prestigious list of the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. Space shuttle astronauts Shannon Lucid, the only American woman to serve aboard the Russian Space Station Mir, and Jerry Ross, the first human to complete seven space shuttle missions, have just been selected for induction into the Astronaut Hall of Fame. Their selection as the 2014 inductees was announced this week at the new Space Shuttle Atlantis attraction at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex by Dan Brandenstein, chairman of the Astronaut Scholar ship Foundation and himself a four-time shuttle astronaut and Hall of Fame member. Lucid and Ross will be inducted into the Astronaut Hall of Fame at 3 p.m. May 3 during a ceremony at the Visi tor Complex, joining the ranks of well-known space explorers such as Alan Shepard, John Glenn, John Young, Neil Armstrong and Sally Ride. Lucid and Ross were select ed by NASA to become astro nauts within two years of each other; Lucid in 1978 and Ross in 1980. Now retired, both achieved honorable milestones throughout their careers with NASA. Lucid joined the first U.S. astronaut class to include women and held the record until 2007 for the most flight hours in orbit by a female astronaut (5,354 hours, or 223 days). Ross was the first to break the world record for being the first human launched into space seven times. Lunar Continued from page B-1 ChoirContinued from page B-1 60 students, Davidow said, so there probably wont be any au ditions during this first year, un less the response is much greater than 60 students wanting to be part of the choral group. While this is a youth group, it is suggested that students come with their parents, at least for the informational meeting, especial ly for those interested since the $75 start-up fee can also be paid at that time. After the initial $75 fee, the cost is only $50 for the renewal fee. The Osceola County Youth Choir s will perform at various community and regional events, fundraising events and at local retirement centers. Each year, the choir will present a holiday program and Spring Concert. Rehearsals will be held Thurs days from 6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. at The Osceola Center for the Arts. Call 407-846-6257 for more information.Also at the centerThe next show in the centers Broadway Series, is the come dy-musical, A Funny thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. The show opens next weekend, Feb. 21 and continues, week ends, through March 9. Originally brought to Broad way in 1962 (with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim), it was inspired by the farces of the ancient Roman playwright Plautus. The original show won several Tony Awards including Best Musical. Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2 p.m. and select Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults, $19 for seniors and $15 for students. Auditions for the centers next show, Dial M for Murder, will be held at the center, Feb. 23-24 at 6 p.m. Actors will be asked to read from the script in a British ac cent. Rehearsals will be held at various times Monday Friday with performance dates, week ends, April 4-13. The center is also acceping applications for the Images of Osceola Photography Show. Juried work will be on display March 3-28 and the Awards Reception will be Wednesday, March 12. 021514.SNG

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Saturday, February 15, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3 Etc. Etc. and so Forth Drinking to pretty Osceola sunsets with a Shirley Temple By Peter Covino A&E Editor Talking about your pretty sunsets, it doesnt get much nicer than the sun setting on a cool, winter evening at the recently-opened Twin Oaks Conservation Area. This was my first time in the conservation area, an almost 400-acre piece of land, located just off Macy Island Road (which is located just off of Henry Partin Settlement Road). I tagged along with a group from the Osceola County Camera Club on one of their regular photo shooting outings this week. So there we were, admiring the quiet and beauty of this former ranch land, they of big lens and tripods and monopods and me, with my Nexus 5 cell phone. I will say one thing about my cell phone, versus some Nikon camera with a bunch of lenses it sure it nice to be portable. If you are interested in taking photos of wildlife (eagles are apparently frequent visitors to the wildlife area, as well as hawks), you are going to need a bigger, better camera. But if you are just going to sit on the dock by the lake, waiting for the sun to go down, a cell phone camera will do quite nicely. In addition to the fishing dock, the conservation area features a distinctive wind mill-powered water station for horses (if you should just happen to bring a horse) near the front of the former ranch. Twin Oaks also has a canoe and kayak launch area and a covered pavilion area with tables and benches for a Sunday picnic. There are also trails for horseback rid ing and hiking. The conservation area is open from dawn to dusk, but overnight camping is permit ed with advance reservation.A drink for ShirleyThe memorium list for the upcoming Oscar ceremonies just got a little bit longer a few days ago with the passing of Hollywood icon Shir ley Temple. Anyone who grew up with Shirley (her movies were seemingly on all the time when I was kid) probably died a little bit themselves with her passing. In an age where for mer child stars like Justin Bieber could actually be ordered to leave the U.S. for his alleged egging inci dent of a neighbor (what a waste of a super-sized omelet) its nice to think back on the innocence of little Shirley Temple. Temple joins an Oscar memorium list that wil prob ably include most recent additions, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Maximilian Schell and Dave Madden. So lets all raise a glass, a Shirley Temple of course, to Shirley. The drink, suppposedly concocted in the 1930s at Chasens restaurant in Bev erly Hills, for the little miss, contains ginger ale, a splash of grenadine and a mara schino cherry. The adult Temple replaced ginger ale with alcoholic gin ger beer and dark rum. Way to go, Shirley. I never knew this was a similar drink for the boys, a Roy Rogers. It is made with cola and grenadine syruy and the ever present maraschino cherry.Happy manateesWith all the bad press SeaWorld has gotten of late, and the debate on the treatment of killer whales (I wont be singing at its Bands, Brew and BBQ Fes tival in any case, this weekend) the theme park should be commended for all the good work they do to rehabilitate sick and injured marine animals. This week, SeaWorld Orlandos Animal Res cue Team (and some other agencies) returned three manatees to the Blue Spring State Park. The three manatees were rescued from the St. Johns River in Jacksonville due to cold stress. Sissy was rescued on December 18, 2013, and Bycatch was rescued a week later on Dec. 26, by the SeaWorld Animal Rescue Team. A few weeks later, on Jan. 5, Wallace was rescued by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Following their rescue, Sissy, Wallace, and Bycatch were transported to Sea World Orlando for medical care and rehabilitation. Over the past few months, they received treatment, including antibiotics, fluids and other supportive care. After being medically cleared for todays return, the three manatees were transported by SeaWorlds Animal Res cue Team to Blue Spring State Park, a designated manatee sanctuary. At the time of their release, Sissy weighed 460 pounds and was 7 feet long, Wallace weighed 660 pounds and was nearly 8 feet long, and Bycatch weighed 775 pounds and measured just over 8 feet long. SeaWorld animal experts have helped more than 23,000 animals in need ill, injured, orphaned and abandoned for more than four decades. If you see an injured marine animal, you can help by calling the FWC hotline at 888 404-3922 or by dialing *FWC on a cellular device.ShoppingWe recently reported some big changes coming to the food court at Florida Mall. Well Orlandos Water ford Lakes Town Center has announced some new shop ping and eating opportuni ties as well. Waterford Lakes Town Center has announced soon-to-be added Coopers Hawk Restaurant and Win ery, Fresh To Order, Body Alive Nutrition and Mar lows Tavern, as well as the now-open Banana Republic. Coopers Hawk Winery and Restaurant is slated to open this April, a place for wine connoisseurs, includes an upscale casual dining restaurant, full-service bar, private barrel-aging room, and Napa-style tasting room as well as a retail gift store. Fresh To Order is also projected to open at the mall in 2014, as the first location to open in Florida. The restaurant is a pioneer in the fast fine food concept by offering a level of quality that is found in casual fine dining with the price point of a fast casual establishment. Well that is what the release says, anyway. Locally owned and operated, Body Alive Nutrition will open its doors in April and Marlows Tavern, which has other locations in Central Florida, will open in late 2014. I personally anxiously await the arrival of the areas first Trader Joes market. Trader Joes (it is an adventure in grocery shopping) comes to Winter Park later this year and the Orlando area will actually get a second Trader Joes in the Dr. Phillips area. That project was only recently approved by the Orange County Commission. Also coming soon, is the Minus5 Ice Bar, one of those bars where everything (bars, tables, benches, walls and even the glasses) are made of ice. This will be the fourth U.S. location for Minus5 and it is coming to Pointe Orlando on International Drive in the spring. There will be more information on the frozen-themed concept (Orlandos Minus5 will have a tropical/space coast theme apparently) as the opening gets closer. If you have a new, interesting business/restaurant send me an email at pcovino@osceolanewsgazette or if you want to share the experience of your first Shirley Temple you can find me on my Twitter account at @ICmovies. News-Gazette photo/Peter Covino You wont see a much nicer setting sun then the one you will find at the Twin Oaks Conservation Area in Osceola County. You can capture some magical moments, even with a cell phone camera. Twin Oaks is a little bit of rustic paradise, just miles from home 021514.SNG PLEASE VISITWWW.CFHLA.ORG/COMMUNITY

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Page B4, Whats new?Hula into HealthWells Clinic of Chiropractic will host the first Hula into Health Party at Toho Square in downtown Kissimmee, March 1, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The event features bounce houses, food, games, health vendors and Dunk the Doc. All donations will be given to Give Kids the World Village.Poinciana LibraryThe Poinciana Friends of the Library meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. at the Poin ciana Branch library. New members are always welcome. Membership is open for active or supportive status. The group can be reached at Friends of the Library at PO Box 702087, St. Cloud, Fl. 34770-2087.Kissimmee ElksThe Kissimmee Elks have the following upcoming events: A fundraiser for Ella Flynn, who lost her home in an early morning fire in St. Cloud in January, will be held Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 5 p.m. at the lodge. Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish. Donations will be accepted at the event and also can be left in a donation jar at the lodge. For more information contact William Misczak at 484-201-6636 A Daisy Mae/Sadie Hawkins dance will be held Feb. 28 at the lodge, from 6 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 advance, $12 at the door. Din ner choices will be friend chicken, $10; fish, $10; shrimp, $11 and steak $13. There will be a 50/50 drawing and western attire is encouraged. Music to be announced. For more info call the lodge at : 407846-2444 A St. Patricks Day dance will be held March 15 at the lodge. Baked chicken or corned beef and cabbage will be served. Tickets are $22 for members, $25 for non-members. For more information call the lodge at 407-846-2444.Speaker availableChris Ballard, certified financial planner, has 27 years of experience in a wide array of healthcare and financial topics. He is available to speak at any event for your group or community to educate them on topics, such as the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, retirement planning, long term care and income planning for all ages. For more information or to book an event, please contact Ballard Financial Group at 407944-4484. There is no charge for the service.New meeting timeThe Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society has a new time for its meet ings. Meetings will now be at 5:30 p.m. on the first Monday of each month at the Narcoossee Community Center, 5354 Rambling Road, Narcoossee. The first project is to restore the circa 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. Please join us in this historic effort. For more information, go to www.narcoosseehistory.org, e-mail: info@narcoosseehistory.org or call 407-595-6727.Self-defense classesSelf-defense classes, offered by Grand Master Harry Hamzy will be held each Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will benefit St. Judes Childrens Hospital and MADD. For information call 407-870-8477. All-Day CafThe Womans Club of St. Cloud will hold the All-Day Caf at the clubhouse, Saturday, March 1. All proceeds will go to the Womans Club Scholarship Fund to provide a scholarship to one high school senior from both St. Cloud and Harmony high schools. Tickets can be purchased at the St. Cloud Heritage Museum or call 407-892-5285. The fundraiser will be held at 1014 Mas sachusetts Ave. The event schedule includes breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. (cof fee, pastries, fruit), $5; tea luncheon, noon until 2:30 p.m. (entertainment by the Osceola Center for the Arts and fashion show by the Thrifty Center), $10; social buffet from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. (featuring local fare and club member favorites), $15. There will be entertainment during each dining opportunity including the cast from the art centers A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum at lunch and entertainers from the center at dinner.Community Food DriveA Community Food Drive will be Sunday, Feb. 23 beginning at noon when the gates open for the last day of the 2014 Osceola County Fair. Realizing the need for food among the hungry and homeless within our community, Southern Ford Deal ers has partnered with the fair to provide guests a discount of $2 off adult admission and $1 off senior and child admission with each nonperishable canned food item. Donations will benefit the Central Florida Community Breadbasket of Intercession City. The Breadbasket is a nonprofit organization committed to helping the hungry, homeless, poor and needy with the community. For additional information, contact the Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show & Osceola County Fair 321-697-3050 Celebration Democrats The Democrats of Celebration (DOC) will meet Wednesday, Feb. 26. Social gathering is at 6:45 p.m., followed by meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. It will be at Town Hall, 851 Celebration Ave. Former Congress woman Pat Schroeder will be the featured speaker. An accomplished progres sive leader renowned for her wit, Schroeder currently lives in Osceola County. She was a member of the U.S. House of Repre sentatives for 24 years and the first woman elected to Congress from Colorado. All are welcome at the free meetings, whether or not you live in Celebration. Springtime Narcoossee arts, crafts, farmers marketThe Naroossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society will hold the Springtime Narcoosee Arts, Crafts & Farmers Market, Saturday, April 26, at Narcoosee Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost for a booth/space at the event is $20. Deadline for sign-up is April 21 or sooner if sold out. All funds will go to the chapters restoration project, the 1886 Narcoossee schoolhouse. For exhibitors rules and information, go to www. narcoosseehistory.org, email: info@ narcoosseehistory.org, or phone: 407-595-6727.Tip-A-Cop events for Special Olympics In an effort to raise awareness and support for Special Olympics, Sheriff Bob Hansell and Osceola County Sheriffs deputies will par ticipate in various Tip-A-Cop events. The public is invited to attend Osceola County sheriffs deputies will work as celebrity waiters and their tips will benefit Special Olympics, a non-profit organization that provides year-round sports training and athletic competition to more than 2.2 million people with intellectual disabilities in more than 150 countries. Area Tip-A-Cop events are: Feb. 15, 7 to 11 a.m. Woodsbys Cafe, 4515 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee and April 5, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., Outback Steakhouse, 1407 13th Street, St. Cloud.Cornerstone Hospice seeks Valencia volunteersValencia College students who want to make a difference in their community are invited to join the team of dedicated and caring Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Carevolunteers. Hospice volunteers assist with office duties and market ing events, as well as visit hospice patients in their homes offering con versation and to give caregivers a welcome break. Some volunteers even help take care of the patients pets. All Cornerstone Hospice vol unteers must complete a 16-hour training session and the next training for Valencia College students only is scheduled for later this month: Friday, Feb. 21 and Friday, Feb. 28. Each day, from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Valencia College, Osceola Campus, Building 1, Room 219B Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Both days of training are required. To learn more about Cornerstone Hospice or to register for the volunteer training, call or email: Esperanza Saud, volun teer specialist, Osceola: 407-3940306, esaud@cshospice.org or Diane Klebanow, volunteer special ist; Orange: 407-304-2604, dklebanow@cshospice.org. Good Samaritan Spring Festival The Spring Festival is coming soon to Good Samaritan Village, March 15, from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. in Amelia Park and the grounds of Good Samariatan. The festival is free and open to everyone. There will be an art show, craft show and sale, childrens area, bounce houses ,dunk tanks, food of all kinds to purchase and entertainment from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The annual parade is at 2 p.m. and the line-up and judging is at 1:30 p.m. The entertainment will be in the Amphitheater featuring Groups from Living Waters Church, I.L.Y.O. Marital Arts Review, special one hour show By Kenyon Lockry and the Dynamite Stompers. There will be a pet review and much more. Vendors table are still available. For more information call George Weber at 407-933-3744. TOPS meetings and yard saleTake off Pounds Sensibly TOPS (TOPS) Chapter 89 meets every Wednesday 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Senior Center Annex, corner of 7th Street and Indiana Avenue, St. Cloud. For more information call Jane Pearce, 407-957-2865. The annual TOPS yard sale, will be held Saturday, March 1, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.35th annual Elvis FestThe Elvis Continentals will host the 35th annual Elvis Fest, March 7-9 with various events held all three days. Featured events include a din ner and show, Elvis Goes Hollywood with Russell Home Girls Dancers; Elvis in Concert and more. For more information call 407 952-0263 or online at www.epcontinentals.com. Senior Exercise ClassWould you like to begin a regular exercise class in St. Cloud and meet new friends? The group meets three days a week at the St. Cloud Senior Center located at 702 Indiana Ave. from 8 to 9 a.m. We exercise all parts of the body and for those who are not as mobile as others some of the exercises can be done sitting. Mats are provided for floor exercises, but you are requested to bring a towel. Call Seniorcize Club President Jane Grimm at 407-892-5775 for additional information. Kissimmee Library events The Kissimmee Memorial Cen tral Library will host the Literacy Through Art Exhibition, through March 13 at the Hart Memorial Central Library, an all-day exhibit. Celebrate local student artists by enjoying the artistic endeavors of tal ented K-12 Osceola Students in this years juried art exhibit. This exhibit showcases original student art pieces that spotlight literacy and Floridas rich history and culture. Also at the library, Saturday, Feb. 15, Essential Oils for Everyone at 2:30 p.m. Nicolette Reynolds, Doterra aromatherapist facilitates a fun and informative workshop on the many usages for essential oils ranging from increasing relaxation and managing moods, to fighting off infections and colds, to green clean ing your home. Susan B. Anthony Birthday party Join Florida Hospital Celebration Health and the Celebration Founda tion as they host a birthday party in honor of Susan B. Anthony, a womens rights activist who led a suffragette movement in the 1800s, featuring keynote speakers Con gresswomen Patricia Schroeder and MTV Host Julie Carrier. The confer ence and luncheon will be held on Sunday, Feb. 16, at the Florida Hospital Celebration Health Nicholson Center located at 404 Celebration Pace, Celebration, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 and registra tion is required. To purchase tickets or for more information, call 407566-1234 or email staff@thecelebrationfoundation.org or go to www. thecelebrationfoundation.org. Mason Lodge 100-year rededicationSt. Cloud Lodge No. 221 (Free and Accepted Masons) will have a 100-year rededication of its lodge, Feb. 22, at 5 p.m., with members and dignitaries from the Masonic organization including the Grand Master of Masons of the state of Florida. Osceola County Democratic Executive MeetingThe executive committee will meet Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. in conference room 4702 on the fourth floor of the Administration Building in the Courthouse Complex, 1 Courthouse Square, Kissimmee. Guests are welcome. Hispanic Democratic CaucusThe Osceola County Democratic Hispanic Caucus will meet Wednes day, Feb. 19, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in con ference room 4727 on the fourth floor of the Administration Building in the Courthouse Complex, 1 Courthouse Square.Dennys fundraiserFor the third straight year, Den nys throughout Florida will this week kick-off an annual fundraising cam paign for Tour de Force, a Miamibased organization that provides much-needed financial support to the families of Florida law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Beginning Saturday, Feb. 1, 146 Florida Dennys and participating law enforcement officers across the state will begin month-long fundraising efforts that aim to raise more than $75,000 for the non-profit charity organization. Now through Feb. 28, guests are invited to visit their local Florida Dennys, sign a pledge of support and donate $3 to the cause to receive $9 worth of Dennys coupons in return 100 percent of all proceeds will be donated directly to the families of fallen heroes.Opportunity Center Board MembersThe Opportunity Center (Osceola ARC) is looking for board members. If you have a heart for persons with disabilities and want to serve the community, the center has a volun teer opportunity for you. The board meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:15 pm at The Oppor tunity Center on 310 North Clyde Avenue, Kissimmee. For more information, call Sherry Cain at 407847-6016 ext. 5060.Cuttin Hair for CancerThe Double J Salon & Spa is teaming up again with Silver Spurs Rodeo for the 4th Annual Not Your Regular Cuttin. The Double J Salon & Spa, located in St. Cloud, has officially started cutting and collect ing hair for the 2014 challenge at the salon, the challenge will conclude during the Friday and Saturday night performances of the 132nd Silver Spurs Rodeo, no hair cutting will take place during the Sunday after noon event. Big Boss Scott Ramsey has challenged salon owner Lisa Johnson with a side wager, if 1,944 inches of hair is collected prior to the first bull bucking at the Friday night Rodeo, then he will have his hair dyed pink, in honor of Friday Nights Tough Enough To Wear Pink event. The sentimental value of 1,944 inch es, the Silver Spurs held its first rodeo in 1944. To date, more than 7,200 inches of hair has been colSusan B. Anthony Party The Elvis Continentals will host the 35th annual Elvis Fest, March 7-9 with various events held all three days. Featured events include a dinner and show, Elvis Goes Hollywood with Russell Home Girls Dancers; Elvis in Concert and more. For more information call 407 952-0263 or online at www. epcontinentals.comElvis Fest COMMUNITYCOMMUNITYSee additional Community Events/News at www.aroundosceola.com COMMUNITYCOMMUNITY See additional Community Events/News at www.aroundosceola.comSubmitted photo Former U.S. Congresswoman Patricia Schroeder is the keynote speaker at Sundays special birthday party honoring womens right activist, Susan B. Anthony, at Celebration Health. Florida Hospital Celebration Health and the Celebration Foundation will host the party honoring the woman who led the suffragette movement in the 1880s. MTV Host Julie Carrier will also be a keynote speaker. Carrier is an award winning speaker, author and role model who is recognized for her work promoting youth leadership and self-esteem in young women. The conference and luncheon will be held at the Florida Hospital Celebration Health Nicholson Center located at 404 Celebration Pace, Celebration from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 and registration is required. To purchase tickets or for more information, call 407-566-1234 or www.thecelebrationfoundation.org. See Community, page B-5 Whats happening?

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Saturday, February 15, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5 Turn in your drawing with coupon lled in completely to:Globie108 Church St., Kissimmee, FL 34741 WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED WEEKLY. 5 WINNERS TOTAL. _ _ _ COLORING CONTEST COLORING CONTEST Harlem Globetrotters Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 7:00pm Ticketmaster.com011614.TNG 021514.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! 021514.SNG lected by Double J Salon & Spa. Last year we collected 5,060 inches, said Lisa John son, Owner of Double J Salon & Spa. Im so excited to make it to that 10,000 mark, Johnson exclaims. The hair donation event benefited Children With Hair Loss (CWHL), a non-profit organization that provides cus tomized human hair replacements, at no cost, to children who suffer from medicallyrelated hair loss.Line DanceThe Smith N Western Advanced Line Dance Club meets at the St. Cloud Senior Center on Fridays 6 9 p.m. in Hall A. Lessons & Open Dance. Basic knowledge of line dance steps is required. All ages welcome. A donation of $2 per person is request ed. For information call Gail Smith 407-408-5039.Next Big Star auditionsSinging auditions for the 6th Annual Central Floridas Next Big Star singing competi tion, a gala fundraiser to ben efit The Childrens Advocacy Center Osceola, will be held at the Osceola YMCA Teen Room, 2117 W. Mabbette St., Kissimmee, Feb. 22. The audition is from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. The event will showcase local singing talent. Singers will audition without musical accompaniment and must be at least 16 years of age to compete. Auditions are free. To reserve your audition spot email sandyg@sandygeroux. com or call 407-856-1188. For more information go to: www.osceolakids.com.AARP Tax Aide ProgramThe AARP Tax Aide Pro gram provides free tax filing to those 50 and older and low income taxpayers. The service is provided at various locations through April 15. The times and locations are: St. Cloud Senior Center, Mondays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 3101 17th St. Poinciana Community Cen ter, Mondays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 395 S. Marigold Ave. The Village Medical CenterH2U, Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., 1500 Village Oak Lane, Kissimmee. Osceola Council on Aging (Barney Veal), Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., 700 Genera tion Point, Kissimmee. Polo Park Club House, Wednes days, noon to 4 p.m., 426 Polo Park Blvd., Davenport. Robert Guevara Commu nity Center, Thursdays, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 501 Florida Parkway, Kissimmee. Osceola County Central Library, Fridays, noon to 4 p.m., 211 E. Dakin Ave., Kis simmee. Womans Club of St. Cloud (WCSC)A luncheon meeting for members will be at Royal St Cloud Golf & Country Club on Wednesday Feb. 19 at noon. at WCSC is a social and civic organization empowering women to improve their com munity, support public educa tion and provide annual schol arship 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 Massachu setts Ave. For more informa tion regarding the club contact club President, Jean Wither ington at 407-957-4347 or jowgen@embarqmail.com.Lois Club meetingThe annual meeting of the Lois Club of Florida will meet Thursday, Feb. 13 at Golden Corral in Kissimmee. Come and bring a friend. For more information call 407-8462848 or 407-847-3385.Free dental careAspen Dental offices in Kissimmee will offer a free day of service, Saturday, Feb. 15. To receive free service, patients must make advance appointments at a participat ing Aspen Dental location by calling 844-ASPENHMM. In the spirit of helping as many people as possible, dentists will focus on treating the most urgent dental need of each patient by providing a ser vice such as filling, extraction,, basic cleaning or denture repair. Aspen Dental and Oral Health America have joined forces to create The Healthy Mouth Movement -a commu nity giving initiative designed to deliver free dental care to thousands of people in need in communities across the United States, and oral health education to millions more. 100 million Americans didnt go to the dentist last year, and millions more live in communi ties where there is little or no access to care. The Healthy Mouth Movement will deliver much-needed dental care to those who need it most.Community HU ChantsExpand your awareness, experience divine love, peace and calm, Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. at the W. Osceola Branch Library, 305 Campus St., Celebration. For information: 407 494-3144 or www.facebook.com/Ecka nkarinOrlando Presented by Florida Satsang Society, Inc., a Char tered Affiliate of Eckankar.Hearts Give Hope GalaJoin us in celebrating the inspirational stories of lives changed through Catholic Charities of Central Florida while supporting the agencys vital programs and services. and Opportunity Award Pre sentations by Bishop John Noonan to: Community Part ner: Publix Super Markets, Inc. Parish: St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church Individual: served with Complimentary tainment and Dancing The attire for the evening is black tie optional. Complimentary self-parking is included in the ticket price april 5 6-10 Gay lord Palms $150 information email renee.baker@cflcc.org.Gospel ConcertThe New Life Freewill Baptist Church, 1211 Ocean Street, Kissimmee (behind Krazy Verns Car Wash) will hold a gospel concert, Sat urday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. with Jonathan Buckner and Cho sen Road. This is a young bluegrass gospel group from West Virginia. They travel up and down the East coast, singing about Jesus and His good news of salvation. Check out their website at www.chosenroad.org. There will be a love offering.Meals on Wheels 5kThe Osceola Council on Aging Meals on Wheels pro gram will participate and host the national 2014 March for Meals campaign. The Rock & Roll Run & Stroll 5K March for Meals event will take place on Saturday, March 22 and will include a 5K walk, run or rock (rocking chairs on-site), Kids Run, silent auction, dress up as your favorite rocker cos tume contest, and more. Plus, if you bring non-perishable food items, you will be entered into a prize drawing. The event will take place at the Kissimmee Lakefront starting at 7 a.m. (registration) and the run and walk begins at 8a.m. and the rockers will start at 9 a.m. The cost is $25 (before March 8) and $30 (March 9-21) and $35 (day of event). To register online go to www. osceolagenerations.org.Black History MonthThe Osceola County Historical Society has partnered with other community orga nizations to celebrate Black History Month this Febru ary. The Historical Society has worked hand-in-hand with Jamie Paul of the City of Kis simmee to organize an exhibit that explores some of Osceola Countys most famous Afri can Americans. The exhibit, Black History of Osceola County, will be on display at the Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum for the entire month of Febru ary. Along with the exhibit, the Historical Society will host an event, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Comes to Life, pre sented by Ersula Knox-Odom. Ms. Odom, a noted author and performer, will be por traying Dr. Bethune and shar ing stories about Bethunes extraordinary life. Both the museum and presentation are free. The presentation will take place on Saturday, Feb. 8, at 2 p.m. at the Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum, 4155 W. Vine Street. Friends of St. Cloud LibraryThe Friends of the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial Library meet on the third Thursday of each month from 11 a.m. until noon in a meeting room on the upper level of the library. The meeting follows the Book Club Group Meet ing 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.Singing Audition Who will be the 2014 Cen tral Floridas Next Big Star? This gala fundraiser will show case local singing talent and benefit The Childrens Advocacy Center Osceola., which helps Osceola County child victims of neglect and abuse. Auditions will be held on Sat -CommunityContinued from Page B-4 See Community, page B-6

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Page B6, urday, Feb. 22, 8:30 11:30 a.m., at Osceola YMCA, Teen Room, 2117 W. Mabbette St., Kissimmee. Vocalists must be at least 16 years of age and audition without musical accompaniment. To reserve your audition spot email san dyg@sandygeroux.com or call 407-856-1188. For more information visit: www.osceolakids.comBoy Scouts spaghettiThe Boy Scouts of Troop 192 will hold a spaghetti din ner, featuring all you can eat spaghetti, salad bar, garlic bread and drink on Feb. 8 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in St. Cloud, 1001 Tenth St. Scout mulch fundraiserKissimmee Boy Scout Troop 826 will hold a bark mulch fundraiser. The home delivery day for the mulch will be Saturday, March 8, with a back-up date of Saturday, March 15, in case of inclem ent weather. The last day to place orders is Feb. 28. Cypress, pine bark or red mulch will be available in units of nine bags, which is equal to a cubic yard (27 cubic feet), at a cost of $49 per unit (includes delivery), with a $10 discount for additional units. One bag, which contains 3 cubic feet of mulch, will cover 12 square feet to a depth of 3 inches. BSA Troop 826s bags of mulch are 50 percent larger than those at the big box stores. Residents can order mulch either by the Internet at www. troop826hogs.com or by U.S. mail using an order form that will be distributed in select neighborhoods. If ordering by mail, payment must accompany the order form; make checks payable to BSA Troop 826 and send to Mulch Fun draiser, 3381 Buckingham Way, St. Cloud, FL 34772. Call 407-953-9195 for assis tance in ordering or if you need more than 10 units of mulch. Mulch spreading at your home or business on a separate date will be available by request at a negotiated price. Free delivery will be in the Kissimmee and St. Cloud areas as well as in neigh borhoods near the OrangeOsceola County line.Spring Fashion ShowThe Council of Catholic Women will hold its annual fashion show Feb. 15 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 700 Brown Cha pel Road, St. Cloud. Tick ets are $15 and it includes refreshments. Participating vendors include Bliss-Ology, La Bell Cosmetics, Cary Girl Designs by K, Miche Hand bags, Orange Blossom Bou tique, Chicos Jennifer Brantley Designs, Florida Techni cal College and Origami Owl Jewelry. Fashion show time is 1 p.m. Doors open at noon. Tickets are available online at www.stacatholic.org/ccw and at the church Feb. 1 and 8 after masses.Pet-PaloozaOn Saturday, April 5 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mullinax Ford in Kissimmee, 1810 E. U.S. 192, will host Pet-Paloo za, an onsite pet adoption of pups and kittens. The event will raise money for Save A Life Pet Rescue. There will be complimentary food and refreshments, goodies bags and a gift basket give away. For every guest that attends Mullinax will donate $10 up to $500 to Save A Life Pet Rescue. Also joining in sup port of Save A Life Pet Rescue will be Professional dog trainer Heather Szasz from Think Alpha Dog and Woof gang Bakery will be bringing their delicious treats.St. Cloud Garden ClubSt. Cloud Garden Club meets the second Saturday of each month at 11.30 a.m., October through May, at the St. Cloud Community Center on 3101 17th St., St. Cloud B Hall. Members asked to bring a covered dish for buffet style lunch and a donation for the Food Pantry. The Feb. 8 meeting speaker will be Tom Mac Cubbin, the urban horticulturist emeritus with the Uni versity of Florida Coopera Community Continued from Page B-5 See Community, page B-7 020614.TNG rfntbnbb r b brfntEverything You Want to Know About Cremation, Funeral & Cemetery PlanningLearn how to make it easier for your family. For nearly a century, Fisk Funeral Home & Crematory has provided respectful service and options for families to create a meaningful service at an affordable cost. 021314TNG 1107 Massachusetts Ave St. Cloud ARE YOUR AFFAIRS IN ORDER?FREE LUNCH SEMINAREverything you want to know about Funeral, Cremation & Cemetery Planning.Da te: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 11:30am Plac e: Catsh Place 2324 13th St., St. Cloud www.FiskFH.comSe habla espaolSeating Is Limited. Reserve Your Seat Today By Calling407-892-2155 Path of Life 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 121413.SNG And Cremation Services rfnftb www.conradandthompson.comt 407-847-0339 Established in 1978 4411 Tami Lane, Kissimmee, FL 34746 CFC044170 New Construction Commercial & Residential082213.HFSewer Video Camera Repair Repipe Remodels Backflow Testing ObituariesFor daily obituaries and services please visit our Website: www.aroundosceola.comKARALee Lavelle June 16, 1977 February 11, 2014 Our beloved, Kara Lee Lavelle went to be with the Lord on Tu esday, February 11, 2014. She passed away at home with her family by her side. She was 36 years old, but still a child. She is now out of pain and suffering, and running with her cousins, Amy and Barbie Koon in Heaven. Kara was born on June 16, 1977, and raised in Saint Cloud, FL. She went to school at Hickory Tr ee Elementary. The family moved to Georgia eight years ago. Memorial services are planned at a later date. Inte rm ent will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Cairo, GA. She is survived by: her parents, Henry and Sherry Lavelle of Cairo, GA; grandmothe r, Barbara Koon of Holopaw, FL; 4 aunts and 5 uncles; and a host of cousins. She was preceded in death by: her sister, Crystal Marie Lavelle; her matern al grandfathe r, Oliver Koon; her patern al grandparents, Henry and Amy Lavelle; her godfathe r, Jacky Koon; and her godmothe r, Sister Te resa Lavelle. Guests may sign the online register at www.clarkfuneral.com MINK Ethel Hunte r, 95, of St. Cloud, formerly Bakers town, PA died on Sunday, February 9, 2014. Preceded in death by her husband Howard; parents Alex & Marg aret Hunter;son David; 7 sisters & 2 brothers. Survived by her son, Keith Mink of Lancaste r, PA ; daughte rin-law Barbara Mink Burn s of Aiken, SC; & sistersin-law Hazel Mink and Ione Mink.A dditionally she has 4 grandchildren and 8 greatgrandchildren. Ethel taught for 35 years at We st Deer and Pine-Richland schools and was a longtime member of Deer Creek Presbyterian Church.Upon retirement, Ethel & Howard moved to St. Cloud, where they lived for 30 years. Donations in honor of Ethel Mink to Deer Creek U.P. Church, 33 Bairdford Rd, Gibsonia, PA 15044. A memorial service will be held at Schellhaas Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd, Bakerstown, PA at a date & time to be announced .P lease offer condolences at www.schellhaasfh.com ROGERS Mrs. Agnes Rogers, 85, of Kissimmee, passed away We dnesday, Feb. 12, 2014. A gnes was born in W eehadkee, Ala bama on Oct ober 2, 1928, the daugh ter of the late Jessie James a nd Janie Jewell (Johnson) R eaves. She graduated Osceola High School in 1945 .S he was the wife of the late Murray Rogers to whom she was married to for 65 years.She was a retired sales clerk from Shore's To wn and Country and a member of First United Methodist Church, Kis sim mee. Agnes is survived by a daughte r, Nancy Rogers Moore of Kissimmee; a son, Glenn M. Rogers; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren.Agnes was also preceded in death by a daughte r, LindaWilliamson. Funeral services will be 10 A.M., Friday, Feb. 14 in the Chapel of Osceola Memory Gardens, Kissimmee, with Pastor Bob Wooten officiating, assisted by her son, Glenn Rogers. Inte rm ent will be in Inte rm ent at Rose Hill Cemetery Kissimmee, FL. Osceola Memory Garden s Funeral Home, Kissimmee is in charge of arrangements. W ILLIAMSON Mr. R obert Gerard (Bob) W illiamson, 78, of Kissimmee FL. passed away February 7, 2014 in Altamonte Springs, FL. He is survived by his b eloved wife, of 56 years, G ladys (T r out) W illiamson. He is also survived by his two children R obert Bobby W illiamson (Kristina) of Caribou, ME Lisa Castles (Alan) of Kissimmee. He is also survived by one granddaughte r, Miranda W illiamson. He is survived by one brothe r, Harry J (Evelyn) W illiamson of Kissimmee. He was a US Airforce Ve teran serving proudly during the Korean Wa r. He was born in Philadelphia, PA to the late W allace and Honora W illiamson on July 18, 1935. B ob loved old movies, especially We sterns with J ohn W ayne. He loved to walk his dog Rocky a nd work in his s hop. He repaired c ountles s lawnmowers a nd pretty much anything that n eeded to be f ixed. He loved his old movies a nd enjoyed his snacks while watching them. He was a loving husband, fathe r, grandfathe r, a nd friend to many. He will be greatly missed. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to Hospice of the Comforter: 480 W. Central Parkway Altamonte Springs Fl. 32714. A rrangements e ntrusted to Osceola Memory Garden s Funeral Home www.osceolamemgds.com CLASSIFIED ADS SHOPPERS GUIDE TO EVERYTHING

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Saturday, February 15, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B7 tive Extension Service. All are welcome. Questions can be referred to Jeanette Coleman 407957-1955.Girl Scout Cookie timeThe Girl Scouts are back with favorite cookies again including the new Cranberry Citrus Crisp cookie this year. Cookie booth sales start Feb. 7 and continue through March 2. You can find Girl Scout cookies at various locations each Friday from 4-8 p.m. and the hours vary by location Saturday and Sunday. For booth locations visit www. citrus-gs.org. Lets Dance Ballroom ClubThe Lets Dance Ballroom Club meets every Wednesday at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud. 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 infor mation, call Sheila Lauer at 407-738-7546. History volunteers neededThe Osceola County His torical 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 keep ers, theres a role that is a perfect fit for you. Training will be provided for all roles. To explore the possibilities, call volunteer coordinator Kris ti Prescott at 407-396-8644 Ex1 or e-mail questions to kris tiprescott89@gmail.com. Be sure to check out the website at www.osceolahistory.org.Valentines 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 provid ed. Cost: $5.pp. Details: 407277-7008.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 communi ty, support public education and provide annual scholar ship 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 informa tion regarding the club contact club President, Jean Wither ington at 407-957-4347 or jowgen@embarqmail.com.Silver Spurs 2014 The 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 Champi ons 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 321-624-1606. The Silver Spurs Riding Club, a non-profit organi zation, is a volunteer based Osceola CoOSCAR ToastmastersThe OSCAR Toastmas ter Club meets weekly at the Osceola County Realtors Association. Everyone is invit ed 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 infor mation contact Betty Dobbie at 407-846-4500 or email bdobbie@integrityft.com.GriefShare 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. A second location for meetings is the Village Church at Good Samaritan Village, 1441 Hoeger Circle, Kissim mee, Friday mornings from 10-11:30 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 infor mation, contact Nancy Boss at 407-873-1067 or email bossdn1@yahoo.com.First Friday BingoFirst Friday Bingo will be held Friday, March 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. 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 sam_garwood@umit. maine.edu or go to the AARP Tax-Aide website for more information.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, Kissim mee. 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. Camera ClubThe Osceola County Cam era Club invites anyone inter ested in taking photographs and having a good time to attend the clubs twicemonthly meetings. The club will meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the Osceola Center for the Arts in the Edward Moore Studio at 7 p.m. For more informa tion, visit www.osceola countycameraclub.com or the clubs Facebook page at http://bit.ly/ackyi7.BVL Crime WatchThe BVL Neighborhood Watch Coalition invites citi zens to be the extra eyes and ears in your neighborhood. 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