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By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Some local honored guests were attendees at a June 6 ceremony to honor the 70th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy during World War II known as D-Day to most of the world in France. Oh yeah, President Barack Obama was there, too. John Colacchio, a Celebration resident, was there, and shook the commander in chiefs hand. e president was there to honor men like Colacchio and Bill McChesney, another current Celebration resident, for their service back in 1943. e two, who fought in D-Day along with their worldwide Allied counterparts in the mission to usher the German ird Reich out of France Colacchio hit the ground with the Navy in the 2nd Infantry Division, McChesney ew with the Air Forces 365th Fighter Group were part of the memorial celebration. During their ve-day stay in France, Colacchio, 89, and McChesney, 92, were awarded the French Legion of Honour, something only attainable to foreign nationals who have served France or the ideals it upholds, at a ceremony in Cannes. e president spoke at the D-Day 70th anniversary memorial, calling Nor mandy democracys victory. Our victory in that war decided not just a century, but shaped the security and well-being of all posterity, he said. We tell this story for the old soldiers who pull themselves a little straighter today to salute brothers Airport hangar wins aviation project of the year, A-2 Celebrations Victor signs track grant to University of Florida A sneak peek at Diagon Alley at Universal StudiosPage A-6 Index:Page A4 ...................................... Editorial Page A6 ........................................... Sports Page B4 ................................Community Page C1 .....................................Classied Page C3 ...........................................Legals Page B5 ................................... Obituaries Page B6 ................................... DiversionsAnimal Services takes on adoption challenge again See Animal, page A-3e county agency is hoping to surpass last years numbers. A total of 940 animals were adopted during the 2013 challenge. Serving Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Celebration, Poinciana, Harmony, Narcoossee, BVL Page B-1See Veterans, page A-5 By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer With the goal of boosting small businesses and attracting local shoppers, Plaza Del Sol unveiled El Mercado in Kissimmee on Wednesday. Formally the Osceola Square Mall, Plaza Del Sol holds 34 local businesses under the look of a Latin village marketplace. Each storefront is painted in a dierent color, with decorative windows mounted above for the appearance of the shops second oor and all standing under a painted sunny sky. At least 75 percent of the business owners are from Osceola County, according to Plaza Del Sol ocials, and sell products from bathing suits and clothing to services like computer repair. You create this Mercado, which is a virtual anchor, and it allows tenants to come in, vendors to come in, small business people, and it gives them all the support that they need to start their own businesses, and, eventually, they migrate up to larger tenants, said Andrew Brown, president of Bayshore Capital from Toronto, Canada and proprietor of the mall. Brown and others from Bayshore Capital bought the property about a year and a half ago. Looking at local demographics to identify the malls clientele, Brown quickly saw the percentage and growth of the Hispanic population in the county, and decided to use Plaza Del Sol to highlight and support that population. El Mercado was designed to directly support the entrepreneurial spirit of Osceolas population by providing smaller storefronts at cheaper rates to get new businesses started in the mall. Providing a space exclusively for small, local businesses is a new concept Plaza Del Sol promoting small business News-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanA reception held in the newly-refurbished Plaza Del Sol, formerly called the Osceola Square Mall, introduced small businesses and shoppers to a new concept in design. Called El Mercado, the new layout accommodates smaller merchants with the feel of a village marketplace. Planting partyNews-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanWorkers with Earth Balance on Wednesday began the planting of aquatic vegetation along a pond near the Kissimmee Civic Center. Besides adding curb appeal, the plants also will work to naturally lter water before it reaches Lake Tohopekaliga and offer habitat for wildlife.Celebrations D-Day veterans attend Normandy memorial Submitted PhotoCelebration resident Bill McChesney salutes a veterans group who came to Orlando International Airport to give him and travel companion John Colaccchio a heros welcome home June 8 after returning from a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of the Normandy Invasion in France. By Ken Jackson Staff Writer According to a state Department of Transportation ocial, the SunRail Phase II segment expected to come south into Osceola County is still on target for hearing those train whistles in Poinciana and Kissimmee by late 2016. DOT District 5 Secretary Noranne Downs shared with Osceola County commissioners at their meeting Monday the anticipated schedule for the review of the $63 million included in President Barack Obamas latest budget addendum on March 4 that will be used to pay for the mass transit rail project. e project is set for a full review by the federal Project Management Oversight Committee on July 21. A nal report is due to that agency by Sept. 8. If those deadlines are met, Congress will begin a 30day review of the funding grant on Jan. 3, 2015. At Mondays presenta tion, Downs shared that 13 of 14 parcels for the Osceola leg of SunRail have been acquired. Construction can begin in 2015 if the alloca tion for funding is indeed in next years budget, but the entire gure will be spread over multiple scal years. As for some of the details and current updates on the three planned Osceola SunRail stops: At the stop adjacent to Tupperware headquarters north of Osceola Parkway, 65 percent of the design work has been completed. At the downtown Kissimmee stop, which will be across the tracks from the Kissimmee Intermodal bus depot, all of the right-of-way is in hand. Its parking lot will be behind Kissimmee Civic Center, and the stop will be designed in a historic motif, as the Kissimmee railway station is a designated historic place. e Poinciana station, which will be the southern terminus of the entire Osceola-to-Volusia rail line, will include a light vehicle maintenance facility. SunRail phase II still on track for 2016 See Plaza, page A-3 See SunRail, page A-5Saturday Edition
Page A2, A part of the American dream is to own a home and buying one can be one of biggest financial and life decisions someone will make in their lifetime. When it comes to buying a home there are important things every buyer should know and consider before the search for their dream home begins. In order to help you navigate the home buying process, we are highlighting five things every homebuyer should know, but might not. Whether you are first time homebuyer or seasoned when it comes to making this kind of purchase, this information is for you. 1. Pre-qualified vs. pre-approved. Your Realtor and mortgage professional may tell you its critical to apply for a loan before shopping for a home. Guess what, they are right. If youre planning to borrow money for your home purchase, then the first place to start is asking your Realtor about the type of home loans available and talking with a highly recommended mortgage broker. This will enable you to know how much you can actually borrow, what your interest rate will be, and what your monthly payment will be. Further, you should know there is a difference between a pre-qualification and a pre-approval. told your mortgage professional basic information about yourself and your finances, but nothing has been verified. Based on the information you provided, your mortgage professional can issue a pre-qualification letter stating they think you can get a loan. Being there are so many variables that determine a borrowers ability to obtain a mortgage, this letter is not very strong and does not communicate your real strength as a Buyer something youll need when negotiating with the seller. communicates that you not only shared your personal and financial information with your mortgage professional, but that they have also verified some of the information, ran your credit, and many times obtained a preliminary approval for your home loan through an automated underwriting program, such as Fannie Maes desktop underwriter. Armed with a pre-approval letter you now have a strong financial position to bring to the table when your Realtor begins to negotiate your home purchase. When getting pre-approved, be prepared to equip your mortgage professional with your financial footprint. Such documentation includes your: months. years. This will give you the ability to save time looking at the right homes, have a faster closing. home loan. Most buyers I meet with are familiar with the concept of a down payment and most have been saving money for a while to cover this important part of the process. However, very few really understand the true costs associated with obtaining a loan to purchase a home namely Closing Costs. Closing costs are fees charged by the lender and third parties for things such as loan origination, appraisal, survey and title fees to name a few. You will also need to deposit money in an escrow account at the time of your Fortunately, working with a competent Realtor and reputable mortgage professional will ensure none of these catch you by surprise. They will prepare and review with you an important document called a Good Faith Estimate (GFE) which will outline all the costs anticipated for your loan. So, be prepared that before you can walk away with the keys in hand at the end of the home buying process you may have to bring money to closing. 3. Not all property listing websites are created equal. When it comes to finding a new home, research shows most people turn to the Internet to begin their search. Using popular sites like Zillow, Trulia and Realtor.com seem to many to be the easiest way but sometimes easy is not always best. While Realtor.com is the most accurate of the three, you should to help you find a home, but to generate advertising and marketing revenue for the website owners. In fact, when you create an account, select a home or request additional information on these sites your personal information is actually being sold to real estate agents hungry for leads. While these sites tend to be inaccurate and contain a lot of out of date information it is important you know how to find some of the same information your Realtor has at their disposal. Realtor use a database called the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and individual real estate companies use the MLS to share their listings with all the members of the MLS in an effort to gain Additionally, Realtors make this live and accurate listing information available to their customers for free on their company websites and on their company mobile apps. When youre looking to start your home search, dont waste your time on websites designed to sell your information. Instead, go directly to the source of the information by using a Realtors website this will ensure you are getting the most recent, up-to-date information of what your area has to offer, making your search that much easier in the long run. 4. Factor in all costs of homeownership. Home buying and home ownership are two different things. While there are certain costs associated with the purchase of your new home, there is another set of costs associated with actually owning a home. In my opinion, one of the worst things that can happen to a homebuyer is to underestimate the true cost of owning a home as this can lead to considerable financial hardships. It is important to remember there are monthly costs such as utilities, lawn care, pool supplies and homeowners association (HOA) dues that arent included in your monthly mortgage payment. Also, while owning a home is one of the best financial investments you will make in your life, you also need to plan for costs that can arise at any time such as general maintenance and home repairs. Your Realtor can help you understand how to plan for and budget for these important, Realizing the need for sound financial planning before buying will help you be prepared for any situation that may arise after you have purchased your home. 5. Find an Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR). All Realtors arent created equal. Realtors that have earned the ABR designation have taken time to complete the required training and professional development and have the homebuyers. In fact, the ABR designation representation. This coveted designation is awarded to real estate practitioners by the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council (REBAC) of the National Association of Realtors who meet the specified criteria. Accredited Buyers Representatives are real estate professionals focused on all aspects of Buyer representation and have the training necessary to meet the needs and desires of Buyers in todays market. Less than 3 percent of Realtor nationwide have earned this valuable designation and right to be identified as an Accredited Buyers Representative. Dream Builders Realty is a full service real estate company located in Central Florida. Founded by Tim Weisheyer ABR, They have served their customers and clients with their motto, Achieving Your American Dream. For information, visit http://www.dreambuildersonline.com/.Touching Hearts opens Kissimmee office Central Florida area. Terri White, Sonya Weathers and Julia Montalvo have opened their office in downtown Kissimmee at serve families living in Osceola, Orange and Polk counties. Overwhelmingly, four out of five older adults apartment, and community. Aging requires different levels of support based on different needs. Touching Hearts at Home promotes that: Aging in place has never been easier. Local owners Terri, Sonya and Julia said they recognize the importance of providing those in need with the opportunity to live dignified lives in their own home, satisfying the areas need for affordable and accessible home care. Aid and attendance means possibly getting the veterans services paid for free. This is a service they offer as well as financial consulting for free. For as little as including weekends and holidays, Touching Hearts home care services, including companionship, light housekeeping, meal preparation, medication reminders, transportation, laundry and more. To ensure the highest quality of standards of care, all caregivers must pass background checks. Caregivers are also trained, bonded and insured. To learn more about Touching Hearts at Home visit the website at touchinghearts.com/centralflorida Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores awarded 2014 Tripadvisor awardLake Buena Vista Factory Stores recently announced that it has received a TripAdvisor establishments that consistently achieve outstanding qualifying businesses worldwide. TripAdvisor uses a proprietary algorithm to determine the honorees that takes into account reviews ratings. Businesses must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, volume and recency of reviews. Additional criteria include a business tenure and popularity ranking on the site. is a true source of pride for the entire team at Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores, and wed like to thank all of our past guests who took the time to complete a review on TripAdvisor, said Terry Lynn Morris, director of marketing for the outlet center. There is no greater seal of approval than being recognized by ones customers. With the TripAdvisor Certificate of a remarkable vote of confidence to our business and Marc Charron, president of TripAdvisor top performing establishments around the world the recognition they deserve, based on feedback from those who matter most their customers. From Australia to Zimbabwe, we want to applaud he said.Lennar to host grand opening at ChampionsGate Lennar will host a grand opening today to showcase new coach homes and vista condominiums at ChampionsGate, the golf community located on Mark Metheny, president of Lennars Central Florida division, said the event is open to the public one tournament for a chance to win a home. Metheny said the public is invited to tour the Augusta and Turnberry models at Lennars community of The Champions Club at ChampionsGate. The Augusta Coach Home offers two bedrooms with two baths and a one-car garage. The Turnberry in the Vista Condominiums is a twoor three-bedroom floor plan with two baths and a one-car garage. Coach Homes and Vista Condominiums range Metheny said an oasis amenity center is nearing completion, opening later this year with several resort-style swimming pools, a lazy river, water slides, spa, splash pad, Tiki bar, cabanas, volleyball and a clubhouse with fitness center, theatre and game room.Visit www.Lennar.com. Five things homebuyers should know, but might not OSCEOLA BUSINESSOSCEOLA BUSINESSOSCEOLA BUSINESSSee additional Business News at www.aroundosceola.com See additional Business News at www.aroundosceola.com An airport hangar, constructed jointly between Kissimmee Gateway Airport and SunState Aviation, recently received the award for Aviation Project of the Year for Architecture, given by the Southeast Chapter of the American Association of According to city of Kissimmee press release, SunState Aviation was founded in the spring and co-founder Steve Graham saw a need for a quality flight-training center. It would both serve the needs of local student pilots as well as being a prime location for an Accelerated Flight Training Center. Starting with one airplane rented space, SunState square-foot state of the art training center and a large fleet of quality training aircraft, and is Americas premier Accelerated Flight Training Center. The innovative design and eye catching architectural features of the hangar were the direct result of AVCONS talented team capturing SunState Aviations vision for their facility, which has now set the standard for future redevelopment of this portion of the airport. Our preliminary design for the future replacement control tower, to be located adjacent to the SunState of the same design elements and colors in the SunState design, and will carry over to future facilities as they develop, said Terry Lloyd, director of aviation at Kissimmee Gateway Airport. For more infor ma tion, visit www.Sun StateAviation.com or www. KissimmeeAirport.com.Kissimmee Gateway Airport hangar receives aviation project of the year award By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer After working with Terrys Electric promoted Pat Murphy to chief operating officer of the company. Murphy is now in charge of day-to-day operations with Terrys Electric, keeping tabs on all departments and the projects that the company takes on. His promotion also allows B. Terence Terry Quigley, chairman/CEO of Terrys Electric, to spend more time supervising the company, while working with Murphy on whats happening day-to-day. Our board of directors has the utmost confidence in Pat Murphys proven track record of performance, and I am proud to say that he has earned the full respect of all within our company as well as our industry. Under his leadership, Terrys Electric will continue to provide the same brand of leadership and performance for weve become known over the past 35 years, said Quigley. Murphy started working as an estimator, pricing potential projects and making bids on those projects for the company. From there, he moved up to project manager, overseeing work in the companys projects. He then became chief estimator, manager of the commercial division of Terrys Electric and vice president in the commercial division in became a shareholder with the company. Terrys Electric, run and operated by locally to serve the community World. Only bought by a corporate company for a few years, keeping the business local is a point of pride for Terrys Electric. Mark Wylie, CEO of the Central Florida Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors, said that promoting someone in the company like this tells other employees that they also have a chance to be valued in the business. I think it has an encouraging aspect to it. For the other employees to know that there are opportunities to move up in the business, even if theyre not members of the family, because the family is going to make sure that the best candidate rises to the top. Its got to be a reinforcement to all those folks, Im sure theres hundreds and hundreds of them outside of the family, that want to work hard and do well and get some reward for themselves as they move up, said Wylie, who has known Quigley and the company for years. While working as the vice president of the commercial division of terrys Electric, Murphy has been involved in some major projects with the company. This includes the electrical work on the 34-story tower and convention Hyatt Regency Orlando (formally the Peabody) the company has done to date, costing upwards of year, Murphy and the company finished their work on Universal Studios Cabana Bay Beach Resort, installing the lighting for As the chief operating officer, Murphy is million electrical project center near the Orlando International Airport. This project is scheduled for completion by October. Longtime employee lands leadership position in Terrys Electric www.aroundosceola.comGo to: Kate Stangle joins Broad and Cassels Orlando officeThe statewide law firm of Broad and Cassel recently announced the addition of Kate Stangle as of counsel in the firms public finance and capital projects practice group. Most recently, Stangle served as the deputy county attorney for Flagler County. Prior to joining Flagler County, she was the deputy county attorney for and served as interim county attorney provided legal assistance in a broad range of areas, including planning and zoning, permitting, procurement, grants, economic development, ethics, Sunshine laws, finance, real estate transactions and public works. She also assisted in the preparation of development orders, comprehensive plan amendments, ordinances, resolutions, regulations, policies and agreements. Stangle, an Osceola County resident, holds a bachelors degree from Illinois State University in Normal, Ill., and received her juris doctor from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Tim WeisheyerDream Builders Realty From left are Mike Camelin, director of SunState Aviation, Terry Lloyd, Kissimmee Gateway Airport director, Steve Graham, owner and CEO of Sun State Aviation and Tim Shea, business development manager for AVCON, INC.
Saturday, June 21, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3 By Ken Jackson Staff Writer e Osceola County School District is holding its second annual auction today to cash in on its surplus property. But just like the typical weekend yard sale on your block, youll need to arrive early to get a shot at the good stu. e public auction will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the District Administrative Complex Warehouse on Bill Beck Boulevard. Items can be previewed beginning at 7:30 a.m., and some of the lots can be found at the auctioneers website (www. holzmanauctioneers.com). Like last year, a variety of vehicles, food service equipment, auto and machine shop parts, oce supplies, lawn and maintenance equipment, computers and related components will go to the highest bidder. e district chose to host its own event last year, rather than contracting with rms from outside the county to pick up and sell the excess inventory at a surplus auction in Zellwood. It cost too much in fuel and hauling, and we didnt get much of a return, District Supervisor of Purchasing Cheryl Jessee said. She said the inaugural auction brought in more than $75,000, and a smaller one was held in October to create more room in the districts warehouse facilities. We get all the things the schools dont need when they receive new inventory, so we did it based on our capacity, Jessee said. Working through Holzmans helped draw a crowd last year, she said. I dont know if its their name or their online presence, but they really bring people in, Jessee said. And people come from all over the state, like Tampa and the (East) coast. A lot of them are specialty people looking for their niche items. Among the items up for grabs include: Vehicles (will be auctioned rst) step vans, a box truck with ligate, a dual-wheel truck chassis with no bed; shop equipment refrigerant recovery machines, testing and diagnostic equipment, drill presses, a car wash soap system; computer and audio/visual pallets of PCs and laptops, monitors, printers, servers, mixing consoles, VCRs, DVD players, big screen and TVs; oce equipment copiers, collating systems, shredders, desks, le cabinets and other storage, desks; lawn and maintenance equipment and parts. e Holzman website contains more information and photos of some of the merchandise available. e items have no reserve, meaning theyre priced to move. Everythings got to go, she said.School District selling surplusproperty By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff Writer Osceola County Animal Services once again is participating in the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) Rachael Rays $100K Adoption Challenge. But this year, the focus is getting the adoption of animals started on the right paw. e county organizations participation in last years challenge jump-started foster care and shelter transfer programs, which play a major role in this years competition. Since the competition started June 1, Animal Services has adopted out 143 animals. e number of animals going into the shelter also has increased this summer, as the season brings in stray litters of kittens and puppies, adding a challenge to the shelters adoption numbers. We feel like were o to a good start, but the important thing that we all have to remember is weve got to continue this pace. We cant back o and then lose ground, so, basically, throughout the summer we need to do about 100 adoptions a week. ats what we need to do to be able to meet our goal by the end of the summer, said Osceola County Animal Services Director Kim Stanton. Osceola County Animal Services is competing with other shelters in division 4, those that hold 7,000 to 11,000 animals. e goal is beating last years total adoption numbers. Last year, 940 animals were adopted by the end of the challenge, which runs through Aug. 31. Like last year, Animal Services will hold special events to get as many animals adopted as possible. e services kicko event, Adoption Blowout, last weekend saw 72 animals get adopted. e agency is holding another weekend event July 12 and 13 called Big Hugs for Big Mugs to promote the adoption of larger dogs. Animal control ocers also are stepping up by bringing more stray animals back home instead of to the shelter, and talking to people around the county about the challenge and adoption. e foster care and shelter transfer programs, both started earlier this year, now consist of more than a dozen foster homes and ve shelter partners. e services class on foster care just two weeks ago attracted another 25 to 30 people, and Stanton expected to add half that class, or 10 to 15 families, to their list of foster care homes. Animal Services started the foster care program as a way to house kittens and puppies too young to be spayed and neutered and put up for adoption at the shelter. Both kittens and puppies have to be 8 weeks old and two pounds to be spayed and neutered, but, through the foster care program, they dont need to be put back into the shelter to be adopted. With the shelter transfer program, Animal Services partnerships with other shelters help to hold animals when the Osceola shelter is full. ose shelters also have a higher adoption rate than Osceola, which gives animals transferred a chance to stay in a shelter for a shorter amount of time. e only challenge is that many of those shelters also get a large number of animals, and they might also be full as well. In the challenge, each transfer of an animals to another shelter counts as half. If that animal gets adopted there, its another half of a point. We feel like the programs we do throughout the challenge are things we need to continue to do throughout the year. e good thing about the challenge is that it forces us to do things that are new and dierent, and sort of pushing the envelope a little bit. But, it also gives us an opportunity to see what works and what doesnt, said Stanton. With the help of a donation from a nonprot, Osceola Animal Services will be putting a collar and tag on every adopted dog and cat throughout the summer. Stanton also encourages people in the community, if they cant adopt, to become a volunteer or a part of their foster care program. While the challenge is on for Osceola Animal Services this summer, Stanton wants to keep many of these programs that connect animals to homes all year round. Osceola Animal Services hopes for long term impact with 2014 Adoption Challenge for many malls in the United States. Brown said that hes only seen six other malls in the country catering to small business through rent and space, and Plaza Del Sol is the rst in Osceola to oer it. Its an international concept with a Latin theme. We tried to recreate the village, like in Spain, like in Turkey, those squares where the big businesses and the small businesses both marriage together. is is something that the mainstream is not used to in this country. Were bringing something, a dierent kick, for the community to experience something dierent. To browse around, look around and say, Wow, this is unique, said Arturo Adonay, concept developer for El Mercado. It took Adonay and the rest of the development team almost a year to come up with the rst phase of El Mercado. Future developments for this small business concept include expanding El Mercado to the other end of the mall, providing more space for small businesses, scheduling weekly entertainment events on the new stage built at the center of the mall to attract shoppers and adding other local touches such as a family restraint and a Latino-themed grocery store. El Mercado will hold a public grand opening today from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., with entertainment and giveaways accompanying the local shops. 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Page A4, Too oen the law is nothing more than prejudice embedded in jargon. So the Obama administration, in its attempt to hammer another national security leaker, is directly challenging the right of journalists to protect condential sources. Administration lawyers, arguing this week before the Supreme Court which rejected New York Times reporter James Risens appeal of a Circuit Court decision that could require him to testify in the case against a former CIA ocer asserted, according to the Times, that reporters have no privilege to refuse to provide direct evidence of criminal wrongdoing by condential sources. Wrongdoing is one thing but, wow, criminal wrongdoing is quite another. e phrase bristles with righteous fury, summoning a sense of no-nonsense seriousness that sends a tremor to the very foundations of our society. e former CIA guy the administration wants to nail, Jerey Sterling, may have passed classied information this is the governments contention along to reporter Risen, and therefore endangered the nations security. Criminal wrongdoing! Same as murder, rape and shopliing. Freedom of the press doesnt give journalists the privilege to protect people like this. One problem here is that the discussion of this issue is safely conned to abstract concepts. When we unravel the facts of this matter and put them in a real context of national indeed, global security, the legal trumpet-blasting reduces to a kind of weak toot. is is all about nuclear weapons, geopolitics . and public relations, specically, the governments right to orchestrate what the public knows. Sterling may have been the source that helped Risen drag a bizarre CIA project called Operation Merlin out of hiding behind the label classied, which oen enough means, uh-oh, we dont want anyone to know about this. Risen described Operation Merlin in a chapter of his 2006 book, State of War: e Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration. In 2000, during the Clinton administration, according to Risens account, the CIA conceived of a plan meant to sabotage Irans nuclear weapons program. Enlisting the services of a Russian scientist who had defected to the U.S. some years earlier and was on the CIA payroll, the agency decided to give the Iranians a awed blueprint that addressed a crucial aspect of constructing a nuclear weapon. Yes, the blueprint was intentionally awed, so it was supposed to set back Irans nuclear program by several years, but, according to Risen, Operation Merlin was slipshod and clumsily handled, possibly causing the eort to backre. Risen wrote: e former ocials also said these kind of programs must be closely monitored by senior CIA managers in order to control the ow of information to the adversary. If mishandled, they could easily help an enemy accelerate its weapons development. at may be what happened with Merlin. He added that the program may have been one of the most reckless operations in the modern history of the CIA, one that may have helped put nuclear weapons in the hands of a charter member of what President George W. Bush has called the axis of evil. So now let us return to the Obama administrations legal assault on Sterling and, in order to get him, Risen, and the concept of criminal wrongdoing. According to the operating consensus, the American public has no right to know what the CIA is up to, even when what its up to is extremely questionable in terms of dealing with our ocially proclaimed enemies; and liberating such data from the crypt called classication is criminal behavior. e CIA actions may seem like wrongdoing but they arent criminal because . well, the law is the law, and its purpose is to protect entrenched institutions from embarrassment and censure resulting from the unsanctioned actions of individuals. Get it? Looking at this from a larger perspective still, its clear that what the public has no right to is any window at all on the reality of the game called geopolitics. e players in this game must not be subjected to public scrutiny, even aer the fact, when they make decisions about matters of enormous global import, such as nuclear weapons proliferation. is is where, for me, things get really scary. War is a game. e arms race is a game. ose who play it need both skill and license, with the role of the public to be nothing more than acquiescent spectators or rather, spectators, allowed access only to the sanitized, PR version of the game. No matter that its our lives and our future that are ultimately at stake. e premise here is that the designated experts will take care of everything, and that their shenanigans will bring peace. But peace is not a game. It can only be created slowly, deliberately and openly, in an atmosphere of honesty and integrity. I have no secret plan for peace, said George McGovern when he was the Democratic presidential nominee in 1972. I have a public plan. And as one whose heart has ached for the past ten years over the agony of Vietnam, I will halt a senseless bombing of Indochina on Inaugural Day. But this is not the sort of leadership weve bequeathed ourselves. Were stuck in a geopolitics of lethal oneupmanship, played out in secrecy, oen with reckless lack of concern for long-term consequences. Occasionally a participant quits the game in disgust and leaks some of its reality to the media. is is called criminal wrongdoing. Robert Koehler is an award-winning, Chicago-based journalist and nationally syndicated writer. His new book, Courage Grows Strong at the Wound (Xenos Press) is now available. Contact him at email@example.com, visit his website at commonwonders. com or listen to him at Voices of Peace radio. A new era of traffic safety is about to begin at the most dangerous intersections in Osceola County. Authorities will now use red-light safety cameras to enforce traffic laws and correct the dangerous and prevalent red-light running behavior that too often leaves innocent drivers and passengers injured. Red-light running is preventable. The ultimate goal of the traffic safety enforcement program is to change driver behavior by increasing driver awareness and discouraging dangerous driving and red-light running. Our priority is to promote the safety and welfare of our residents by reducing the number of red-light running violations, and thus decreasing intersection crashes and injuries. The Red-Light Safety Camera Program begins with a 30-day warning phase. During this time, authorities will review camera images of vehicles illegally entering the intersection. Violators will receive a warning notice, but no fine, during the introductory phase of the program. July 16 will be the go-live date. Violations occurring on that day could result in a notice of violation being issued with a $158 fine. Vehicle owners may contest the fine with a hearing officer. The first intersection at Pleasant Hill Road and Poinciana Boulevard will have two cameras northbound and southbound on Pleasant Hill Road. Cameras at nine other intersections are scheduled to be installed in August and October. Risky driver behavior is the constant in all traffic crashes, and is the target for red-light safety camera programs. Osceola County selected the intersections for its program based on traffic volume and crash frequency. Vehicles that enter an intersection on a yellow light are not photographed even if they are still in the intersection when the light changes to red. The technology is designed to document vehicle position with an active red light signal. Photographs are taken of the vehicles license plate, not the driver. All the evidence is evaluated by the Sheriffs Office, whose deputies verify that a violation did occur and determine whether a notice of violation should be mailed to the vehicles registered owner. The notice of violation provides its recipient with access to all the data reviewed by authorities. Remember, the best way to avoid a violation is to stop when a light turns red. 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Pub lisher 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 in the Criminal wrongdoing and the CIA eir view Robert KoehlerTribune Media www.aroundosceola.comGo to: O PINION O PINION OPINIONOPINION Year 118 No. 51 PublisherMATT PLOCHAEditorBRIAN McBRIDEAdvertising Sales managerJERRY TURNERSports EditorRICK PEDONELifestyles EditorPETER COVINOCirculation ManagerKATHY BECKHAMProduction ManagerSTEVE KRAUSArt DirectorJERRY TESTA Friend: My daughter is graduating from college, so I guess its time for the talk. Jill: Didnt you do that when she went away to school? Friend: Not THAT talk, the MONEY talk! Why is it so hard for some families to have tough conversations about money? e answer is obvious: Because nancial matters are oen weighed down by emotional baggage. ats why it can be so hard to talk to both your kids and your parents about something that should be quite easy. Lets start with the kids. Since its graduation season, its an ideal time for parents to begin the conversation, especially if your child is graduating with student loans. Your role as nancial advice-giver should begin with laying out a strategy to attack the debt. Depending on their circumstances, your son or daughter may want to consider deferment, consolidation and/or income-based repayment plans that are oered through the government. ere is a lot of valuable information at studentaid.ed.gov. Even if the kids are lucky enough to graduate debt-free, the sooner that we encourage our kids to pay attention to their money habits, the better o everyone will be. e rst step is to track how they are spending money. With that information, they can create an emergency reserve fund that can cover six to 12 months worth of living expenses. And of course, encourage those recent grads with jobs to start contributing to retirement accounts, at least up to the company-match levels. You should explain to your kids the importance of establishing and maintaining good credit. If you have sosigned on a credit card during the college years, its time to let the kids y solo. To get started, encourage them to use a secured credit card, which is a great way to begin the process, without the liability of them racking up big credit card bills. Remember that debit cards may be useful in managing cash ow, but they do nothing toward building credit. Since you are already having the tough money talk with the kids, its also a great opportunity to talk to your aging parents about their nancial situation. Now this is a bit thornier, because you will be in full-blown role reversal. Unlike the talk with your kids, your parents may be more reluctant to have the conversation. e areas that you should be discussing include: cash ow (do they have sucient income to maintain their lifestyle? Are they dipping into investments and savings to fund the gap between Social Security and retirement income needs?); estate planning (Do they have current documents? Where are the originals? What is the name/contact information of the attorney who draed the documents?); (Who is managing the portfolios? Are they comfortable with the current risk level?); (Where are the policies kept?). If your parents seem reluctant to reveal details, dont push them, but say something like, If you dont want to talk to me about this, I understand, but you should consider seeking advice from a third party, like an estate attorney, a Certied Financial Planner or a CPA. Before you send them down this path, be sure to remind them how nancial salespeople can be very convincing. Tell them to talk to you or to get a second opinion before purchasing any nancial product, or opening new accounts, or oer to receive duplicate statements sent to your address to make sure your parents are buying suitable investments. Finally, you can only do what you can do. If your parents simply shut down or refuse to talk to you about their money, dont ght it. ey may not want to talk today, but at least they know that the door is open. Jill Schlesinger, CFP, is the Emmynominated CBS news business analyst. How to talk to kids/parents about money Jill SchlesingerTribune Media Fred Hawkins Jr.County Commission
Saturday, June 21, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A5 who never made it home. At the end of the war, when our ships set o for America, lled with our fallen, tens of thousands of liberated Europeans turned out to say farewell, and they pledged to take care of the more than 60,000 Americans who would remain in cemeteries on this continent. Upon their arrival back in Florida on Sunday, the two were greeted at the Orlando International Airport by a veterans group and representatives from the USO with a heros welcome. at was a big surprise, Colacchio said. Ill remember that as much as Ill remember what we did over there. While McChesney said he had been back to Normandy 30 years ago, it was Colacchios rst trip back since the war. Seeing Utah Beach, where his unit emerged from the English Channel and hit the shore, at peace provided a completely dierent perspective. e Germans were up on a hill, looking down at us, no wonder our rst waves of kids that hit the beach were picked o so easily, Colacchio said. We had that Channel full of hundreds of ships, guys like me waiting for our orders. e 29th and 1st Divisions drew the short straw you could say, they went down those ropes rst. It could have been us. He was seeing the cemetery, which houses thousands of other soldiers who gave their lives during the invasion, for the rst time. It was mindboggling. It was 200 yards away from the ceremony, he said. I saw some names of guys I knew. McChesney enlisted the help of niece Kimberly Farmer to arrange the trip, which Colacchio arranged to join later. It was important for me to make it to this. I might not get back, he said. It is always a thrill to be there, to honor the greatest move ever made by an army. e ceremony was terric, there were thousands of people there. And I got to sit about 15 feet from the President. McChesney ew a handful of ghter missions, delivering paratroopers and munitions during D-Day, but his best personal World War II story began about two months aer the Normandy invasion. Around Aug. 25, 1944, his plane was shot down south of the beaches, and he was taken as a German prisoner of war. He was put on a train to a POW camp, but when the steamengine train stopped for water and wood to fuel it, he said he ed once he realized he could get out. I saw a way out and just decided to leave, I didnt want to be a captive, he said. I had to climb a 10-foot barricade, but I just ran to the nearest town. Took me two days to realize where I was, a town ca lled Dole. He joined French resistance forces until he could meet up with other American troops working their way through France coming from Italy. By Oct. 13 he was in London for debrieng and by Nov. 1 he was back home in Pittsburgh. e DOT will store train sets there and have a facility to clean the trains in-use overnight. Downs said aer Phase II, the DOT will work to get routes that serve Orlando International Airport and the Lake Nona area. Since May 19, when riders began to pay to use the service that runs from Sand Lake Road in south Orlando up to DeBary in Volusia County, daily ridership has averaged 4,100 passengers. Downs said her agency hoped that number reaches 4,300 next year, and anticipates an uptick in ridership when a massive Interstate 4 construction project begins in 2015. But I-4 passing through downtown Orlando is already hectic, and some county employees are already using SunRail from points north, and using Lynxs circulator bus route to get into downtown Kissimmee from the Sand Lake station, the last station on the Phase I route. Public Information Production Specialist Deborah Carson said she uses the train-bus combination three or four days a week to get from Maitland to Kissimmee in just over an hour, a few minutes longer than her I-4 and Floridas Turnpike commute would take in decent trac. But the $5.50 round trip is less than what she would pay in gas and tolls, and the piece of mind of not having to drive is comforting. You drive that every day and you turn into another maniac driver, Carson said. On the train I can start my work before I get to the oce, they have great Wi-Fi. You just have to be exible and have a schedule where you can get that bus from Sand Lake. 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Page A6, Celebrations Victor signs with Gators By Donald Lamb For the News-Gazette Another Celebration track athlete is heading for the University of Florida. Jhonny Victor, ranked among the top 20 high school athletes nationally in the high jump this season, signed a grant to the Southeastern Conference powerhouse at the high school recently. He joins former Celebration track stars Tyler Osorio (2011) and Sean Blaney (2006) as UF signees. Victor, who placed third (6-2) at the Class 4A state meet and eighth in the triple jump, said Florida was his rst and only choice. I got my very rst oer from UF and accepted it because it was the school I always wanted to go to since I was young, Victor said. Other schools showed interest, but ultimately I didnt want to leave the state of Florida. Unlike some high school athletes, Victor found the recruiting process enjoyable. I enjoyed being in the spotlight. I had coaches calling me all the time and my visit to UF was very enjoyable, he said. Victor has been one of the top high jumpers in Florida the past few years, reaching his best jump of 6-10 in March at the St. Cloud Invitational. He went over 6-6 twelve times in the past two years, winning every meet he competed in as a junior and senior except two the state championships. Poor weather two straight years in Jacksonville was his only hiccup along the way. Along with his high jump, he picked up the triple jump late into his junior year and became a consistent winner, hitting his top mark of 45-2 to win the 4A-2 region last month. He qualied for state in the long, triple and high jumps this year. e Celebration coaching sta said Victor was an outstanding athlete, and student. We are very proud of him and know that he will represent CHS very well, boys track coach Joel Fox said. Cory Green, who mentored as well as coached Victor at Celebration, said that the Storm athlete was outstanding. Jhonny works really hard and he is deserving, Green said. Victor excelled in the classroom, posting a 4.0 GPA. ere are numerous athletes out there with SEC talent, but miss out due to grades. Academics have always been big in my family, so having good grades was a competition among my household, Victor said. I also keep up my grades because if sports dont work out, I can still get a good job. Victor will be joining perhaps the nations premier college track program. e Gators have won ve indoor/outdoor NCAA championships over the past ve years. Olympic medalists Christian Taylor and Will Claye competed for the Gators, along with 2013 NCAA champ See Victor, page A-7 Go to: www.aroundosceola.com A few years back we were trolling for dolphin off of Cape Canaveral when we had a strike. Line ripped off the reel and we assumed we were hooked up with a monster. Holding the rod, I knew two things. First whatever was on the line was really big. Second, whatever was on the other end was fighting like no fish I had ever hooked before. After 40 fruitless minutes of battling in 90 degree heat, I was exhausted and handed the rod over to my pal John Garrison, who spent the next hour battling the beast without gaining any headway. We both felt that we had not hooked a normal fish and the best guess we could come up with was perhaps a giant ray. A little after the two-hour mark, we finally got our catch to the surface and were totally shocked to see a giant Loggerhead turtle still struggling with our plug firmly embedded into his front right flipper. We got him as close to the boat as possible but were unable to dislodge the hooks from his flipper. We were able to cut the line close to the lure and watched as he descended into the depths where he came from. Although we had no way of measuring, we estimated the turtle to be more than three and half feet across at the shell and probably weighed more than 200 pounds. I bring that story up to remind everyone that it is turtle nesting season along our beaches and everyone should take care in protecting these magnificent animals. Nesting season on Floridas beaches runs from May until early October. Floridas shallow bays and estuaries provide important habitats for threatened and endangered sea turtles. The Sunshine State accounts for 90 percent of sea turtle nests in the continental United States and five of the worlds seven beach-nesting species of sea turtles, including the Loggerhead, green turtle, leatherback, hawksbill and the rarest and most endangered sea turtle, the Kemps Ridley. The Loggerhead is the most common nesting turtle found in Florida. A full-grown Loggerhead can be more than 100 inches in length and weigh more than 1,000 pounds. It is estimated that up to 15,000 of these turtles will climb on to the beaches from Brevard County down to Palm Beach County to lay their eggs this year. Although that may sound like a huge number, the Loggerhead is very much an endangered species. These turtles will travel from as far away as the African coastline to lay their eggs on Floridas beaches. Each turtle will dig a nest and lay between 85 to 120 ping ball-sized eggs in one sitting and will repeat this 4 to 8 times during the nesting season. As both eggs and hatchlings, these turtles face many perils from predators looking for an easy meal. But we all can do something to help in the survival of these animals. If you discover a nest, report it to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at 1-800-404-FWCC. Volunteers will come and mark the nest to make beachgoers aware of its presence. You should also call that number if you see a sea turtle injured or stranded. Respect zones around nests and on the dunes. Remember to keep back to avoid accidentally stepping on the eggs. Do not disturb females while they nest. Keep the beach clear. Do not litter or leave behind beach equipment fishing line, plastic beer can rings or anything that can entrap turtles or hatchlings. Demolish sandcastles and fill in holes. Consider cleaning up litter spotted around you. By following these simple steps, you can help ensure the survival of these animals for future generations to observe. As always, tight lines and good luck! Have a great day on the water? Have a column idea? Contact me at Underthebobber@yahoo.com. J. Daniel PearsonUnder the Bobber Beware of the nesting sea turtlesAbove, The Neptune Middle School cross country team was one of ve at the school that won Osceola County Middle School Athletics championships during the past school year. Below, athletes at Neptune Middle gathered to celebrate the Seahawks fourth consecutive All-Sports championship. Neptune was second in the countys team academic standings, behind Celebration K-8.Photos/Special to the News-GazetteNeptune is middle school athletics champ Jhonny Victor signed a track scholarship to the University of Florida before the end of the recent school year at Celebration High. Members of the schools coaching and advisory staffs joined him for the event.News-Gazette Photo/Donald Lamb Jumping to UF By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Neptune Middle School won the Osceola County Middle School Athletic Conference All-Sports Cup for the fourth year in a row, and Celebration K-8 was the Team Academic champion. Neptune (41) won ve sports championships and had four runnersup. Horizon Middle and Celebration K-8 tied for second place (23). Neptune won girls and boys cross country titles, girls and boys basketball championships and boys track. Horizon won boys wrestling and girls track. Celebration was rst in boys volleyball, competitive cheerleading and ag football. Other schools winning championships included Denn John Middle (girls volleyball), Westside K-8 (boys soccer), Narcoossee (girls soccer), St. Cloud (soball) and Bellalago (girls wrestling). Celebrations cumulative GPA was 3.682, led by the girls soccer teams 3.9 GPA. Neptune (3.407) was second. UNDER THE BOBBER Sea turtles are nesting for the next several months along the Florida coastline.Photo/Special to the News-Gazette
Saturday, June 21, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A7 Attack Club wrestlersSeveral members of the Attack Wrestling Club recently competed at the USA Wrestling Southeast Region Greco Roman, Freestyle and Folkstyle Ironman Champonships in Atlanta. Among those placing in the Kids and Cadet Greco Roman standings were, 1st: Gunner Holland (intermediate 70) and George Duncan (intermediate 80: 2nd: Adaias Ortiz (peewee 3844), Cooper DavidsonHaase (intermediate 70), John Locksmith (junior 132); 3rd: Nolin Eaddy (novice 90), Blake Fuller (cadet 100), Jose Cuevas (cadet 113). 4th: Melvin Ewen (novice 95); Malyke Hines (schoolboy 91). Girls: 1st: Rebecca Donaldson (140-165), Rose Donaldson (150-over). 2nd: Maria Diaz-Trejos (150plus). 4th: Maria DiazTrejos (140-160). 5th: Anissa Martin (140-165). Girls freestyle: 1st: Rebecca Donaldson (140-165), Rose Donaldson (150-plus); 2nd: Maria Diaz-Trejos (150over). 4th: Maria DiazTrejos (140-165). 5th: Anissa Martin (140-165). Kids and Cadet Folkstyle: 1st: Adaias Ortiz (peewee 45), Cooper DavidsonHaase (intermediate 70), George Duncan (intermediate 80). 2nd: Nolin Eaddy (novice 90), Deven Acevedo (junior 113), John Locksmith (junior 132). 3rd: Melvin Ewen (novice 95). 4th: Leandro Velazquez (cadet 138), Giovanny Bonilla (junior 152).OHS full contact football campe Osceola High Full Contact Football Camp for children ages 9-14 is July 24-26 at the high school. e camp runs from 6 to 8 p.m. July 24-25, and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 26 (snack and lunch provided). e fee is $60 for Kissimmee Youth Football League players and $85 for others before June 15. the fee is $85 for members and $100 non members from June 16 to July 13. Registration is from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays and ursdays at the KYFL practice eld at 320 N. Beaumont Ave. in Kissimmee. Open gyme City of Kissimmee, in partnership with the 360 ESAH Foundation, is oering Open Gym basketball at Denn John Middle School for teens ages 13-18. The dates are June 27, July 11, 18 and 25. The gym is open from 6 to 10 p.m. Denn John Middle School located at 2001 Denn John Lane. The cost is $1 per person each visit. Open Gym Basketball gives teens in Kissimmee an opportunity to practice their skills while they gather with friends for a fun and safe Friday evening. All dates may be subject to change due to scheduling conflicts. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Jamie Paul at 407-518-2599 or firstname.lastname@example.org.OHS Summer Volleyball CampOsceola High Coach Carrie Palmi and her staff of current and past players (including those with collegiate playing experience) will hold the annual Osceola Summer Volleyball Camp June 30 through July 2 at the OHS gym. e camp, for boys and girls ages 6 and up, runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. e fee before Monday is $90, $110 aer. Each camper receives a free T-shirt and will learn fundamentals of the game including hitting, defense, blocking, serving, setting, passing and game situations. Camp ends with a fun and competitive tournament. Space is limited. E-mail Osceolavolleyball@ aol. com for a registration yer or call 321-663-3645. Magic dra conteste Orlando Magic is oering the opportunity to win $100,000 for accurately predic ting the players to be draed in spots 1-14 of the 2014 NBA Dra. e promotion closes Sunday at midnight. e contest is open to Florida residents, 18 and older, who live within 75 miles of Orlando, one entry per person. Entries may be submitted at www.orlandomagic. com/dracontest or mailed to the Orlando Magic at 8701 Maitland Summit Blvd., Orlando, 32810. e order in which the player is selected matters regardless of any team trades and the team which ultimately winds up with the ri ghts to a player. The St. Cloud Knights basketball team won the Florida Basketball and Volleyball Association age 16-18 championship recently. Team members, rear, l-r: Brandon Rosado, Orlando Rosado, Joshua Flores, Jondarius Burnham, Phil Smith, Jason Flores and Head Coach Rev. Bob Hernandez. Middle, l-r: Joshua Brush, staff assistant Alyssa Torres. Front, l-r: Assistant Coach Phil Smith, Marquise Jackson, and Venice Wilson.Photo/Special to the News-GazetteVictorContinued from Page A-6Sports briefs Omar Craddock. To practice with Olympic medalists is a rare (opportunity) that can happen, and for me to possibly have the opportunity to get better with them is a blessing, he said. Victor thanked Fox, Green and all of his high school support group plus Storm Athletic Director Chris Lavoie for their support. My biggest inspiration has to be everyone involved in my life that pushed me, including my mother and my three sisters, he said. 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www.aroundosceola.com www.aroundosceola.com Go to: Go to: June 21, 2014 Summer Dance ORLANDO Valencia College will hold its 14th annual Valencia Dance Summer Repertory Concert on July 11 and 12 at 8 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center at Valencias East Campus. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. e concert will showcase the work of Valencia students enrolled in the colleges Associate in Arts dance-performance program, and will include choreography from faculty and guest artists, including alumni from the colleges dance program. e Valencia Summer Dance Institute is a four-week program that provides low-cost instruction to highschool students from Central Florida. Participating students are given the opportunity to work with college and guest instructors. Ticket prices are $12 for the general public and $10 for senior citizens and Valencia College students, faculty and sta. For more information and tickets, visit http://valenciacollege.edu/arts/ or call the box oce at 407-582-2900.Action Sports FestivalKISSIMMEE e free to enter and compete Go Skateboarding Day and Action Sports Festival will be held at Mark Durbin Park at Lakeside today, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. e event features skateboard, BMX and inline skating racing and best trick competitions, a BMX stunt show, live entertainment, music and food. Food and beverages will be on sale. Participants must provide their own helmets.RapunzelORLANDO Shakespeare eater, in partnership with UCF, presents the comical retelling of the classic fairy tale Rapunzel from June 19 July 27. Based on the story by e Brothers Grimm, Orlando Shakes actor/playwright Brandon Roberts returns with another family-friendly adaptation aer past summer hits Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. Preview shows are June 19 and 20, at 10:30 a.m. Tickets are $9 for preview performances. Opening day performances are June 21, at 2 and 4:30 p.m. Adults, $15, children, $12. e opening day party is June 21 at 3 p.m. Admission is free with ticket. Tickets can be purchased at www.orlandoshakes.org.Les Miserables is comingORLANDOOrlando Shakespeare eater, in partnership with UCF, has announced that Broadway star and Orlando native Davis Gaines will be featured in its fall 2014 production of Les Misrables. Best known for playing the title role in e Phantom of the Opera more than 2,000 times in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, Gaines will join the Orlando Shakes cast as Police Inspector Javert. Les Misrables runs from Sept. 10 Oct. 12, in the Margeson eater. Single tickets are on sale now. Season subscriptions are also available by calling (407) 447-1700 or in person at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center (812 East Rollins Street). Disney on Ice Frozen ORLANDO e 34th Disney On Ice spectacular will bring the Academy Award-winning and number one animated feature lm of all time, Disneys Frozen, to life. Disney On Ice presents Frozen in Orlando, from Sept 5-7, for seven performances at the Amway Center; tickets go on sale Monday at 10 a.m. e tale will be told live for the rst time in this production, capturing the dynamic between two royal sisters, Anna and Elsa. Anna, a girl with an extraordinary heart, embarks on an epic journey to nd her sister, the magical Elsa, who is determined to remain secluded as she nally feels free to test the limits of her powers. Audiences will get to sing along with such musical masterpieces as Let it Go, Do You Want to Build a Snowman? and Fixer Upper.Bluegrass JamKISSIMMEE e Bluegrass Jam, at the Osceola County Historical Society Welcome Center and History Museum, will continue through the summer. For the summer months the free monthly jam, held the rst Sunday of every month. e next one is July 6, and will be held indoors at the center. Submitted photoYou dont necessarily need reworks to get some patriotic fervor this Fourth of July. The Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex has decades of the spirit of American Independence including the $100-million Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibition. Admission is $50 plus tax for adults and $40 plus tax for children ages 3-11. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers annual passes starting at $75 plus tax for adults and $60 plus tax for children ages 3-11. Space Shuttle Atlantis, Shuttle Launch Experience, Apollo/Saturn V Center, Astronaut Encounter and the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame are included in daily admission.A sneak peek at Diagon Alley By Peter Covino A&E Editor Unless you have fallen under the spell of Harry Potters magic wand, you probably already know that the Wizarding World of Diagon Alley nally will open to the public on July 8. National and local media went through a fairly intensive three-day schedule of events this week, highlighting all the new things Universal Orlando Resort has to oer before the main event Wednesday night and ursday morning the long awaited preview of Diagon Alley. Diagon Alley, the expansion of the Wizarding World Hogsmeade at Islands of Adventure, does not disappoint. The 20-acre attraction seems even larger than it is with its winding streets, shops and restaurants. e main focus, of course, is the latest notto-miss thrill ride, Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts. It has one of the most memorable interiors of any ride, only the setting of Disneys Tower of Terror at the Disney Studios compares. rill-seekers enter the Gringotts Wizarding Bank, the place where all wizards and witches store their money and valuables. e bank, owned and operated by goblins, is fully-staed with animatronic creations. And it does look like a bank wizards would patronage, with its huge chandeliers and long entry hall. Getting on the ride itself, is still several steps away. ere are winding halls, a place to pose for a magical photo (which you can check out at the end of the ride) and nally, a staging area with a short presentation by some favorite Potter animated characters. en it is down, way down on an elevator, to the deep underground of the Gringotts vault. But we are not there yet. ere is still a long, winding stairway that takes you to the ride itself. Somewhere along the route, you also pick up a pair of 3D glasses. Yes, its a 3D thrill ride. Eventually, (the wait for this ride will easily exceed two hours on busy days) you board the four-personacross, high-speed coaster. e adventure zips and dives and turns as you face the banks formidable security measures, as the cars travel through the numerous vaults. ere are some friendly faces, such as Harry Potter, Ron and Hermione, but the going gets a lot more perilous with the likes of the series best loved villains Voldermort and Bellatrix, as well as other New Harry Potter area opens July 8 at UniversalPhoto/Universal OrlandoDiagon Alley takes on an other wordly appearance at night, with its myriad of shops, eateries and more. The 20-acre expansion features several cobblestone streets and a centerpiece thrill ride at Gringotts Bank, which also is home to a dragon. By Peter Covino A&E Editor It will be a very busy inaugural year for the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts when it ocially opens its doors later this year. e center will oer a wide range of shows with performances of theater, dance, popular music and family entertainment. Our board of directors and team are proud to present the rst look of our diverse and acclaimed programming for our inaugural season, said Kathy Ramsberger, President of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in a press release. e broad variety of performing and recording artists that we will oer this year will be inviting, inclusive and new to our region. Were looking forward to providing Arts for Every Life at Central Floridas Dr. Phillips Center. e center already has announced Broadway and Orlando ballet seasons at the Walt Disney eater, the newest additions include the highly acclaimed Jazz Roots A Larry Rosen Jazz Series, presented in part by Morgan Stanley, which begins in November. e concert and educational Jazz series includes Georgia on my Mind: Celebrating Ray Charles; Pink Panther 50: Tribute to Henry Mancini; An Evening with Chris Botti and A Night in Rio. Its Snowtime in Orlando, as the international phenomenon Slavas Snowshow premieres at the Dr. Phillips Center for a limited two-week engagement. According to the center release, the deeply imaginative Slava, who draws on the vaudeville approach grounded in the innocence of discovery, takes his audience on a dreamlike journey reconnecting them with their inner child. e show is a magical experience combining clowning and spectacular visuals culminating in a snowstorm. Slava has been described as a breathtaking theatrical experience full of vibrant images, delightful comedy, enchanting music, and Dr. Phillips Center opening nearsSee Harry, page B-3See Center, page B-3Jersey Boys is almost Goodfellas, the musicalBeing a Jersey boy at heart, I have to have a so spot for Jersey Boys. I have never seen any Broadway version of the popular longrunning musical based on the life and times of one of New Jerseys most popular boy groups, e Four Seasons. And this Clint Eastwood-directed lm hits the right notes, well at least most of the time. Told at least partially in narrative form by each one of the bands major components: Tommy DeVito, Bob Gaudio, Nick Massi and of course, Frankie Valli, Jersey Boys literally sings at times, feeling almost like a musical version of Goodfellas, as these Jersey boys mix with mob gures and get in and out of trouble with the law throughout their teenage years. Mom and dad adore their boy Frankie (born Francesco Stephen Casteluccio). He works at the neighborhood barbershop, where he oen has encounters with the mob guys in the neighborhood including local boss Angelo Gyp DeCarlo (Christopher Walken). Walken just might be the best thing about Jersey Boys because he doesnt take things too seriously and is just shy of giving a wink to the camera. And as long as Jersey Boys doesnt get too serious, it works just ne. It is the standard story of blue collar boys making it big, thanks to Vallis voice and the creative talents of Gaudio. But when Jersey Boys takes a dramatic turn, and it does so frequently, it feels forced and out of place, even if it is based on actual events. e movie comes to a grinding halt as Valli has domestic squabbles with his ex-wife and drug-addicted daughter. It probably has its place in the lm somewhere, but Eastwoods direction feels clumsy and out-of-place. e boys are uniformly good (John Lloyd Young plays Valli, Erich Bergen plays Gaudio, Vincent Piazza is DeVito and Michael Lomenda is Massi), doing an adequate job as actors, but really standing out as they do live versions of See Film, page B-2 Peter CovinoFilm CriticSubmitted photoThe hit Broadway musical religious satire, The Book of Morman, by Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, comes to the Dr. Phillips Center in December. Photo/Warner Bros.It is a mostly unknown cast that stars in the music bio-epic, Jersey Boys, the good and bad times of one of the most popular groups of the 1960s. Inagural year features theater, dance and Broadway MOVIE OF THE WEEK
Page B2, Universal CityWalk has some new tasty treats FilmContinued from Page B-1 many Four Seasons hits such as Big Girls Dont Cry, Sherry and Walk Like a Man. Also adding an inte resting layer to the mix is Mike Doyle who plays the groups lyricist/ producer Bob Crewe, and, at least according to the movie, was flamboyantly gay at a time when even Liberace was considered to be just colorful and eccentric. The Four Seasons aura is further enhanced by the presence of Joe Pesci (played by Joseph Russo), who was there before the group hit it big, trying to line up gigs for the aspiring quartet. Jersey Boys, for all of its good musical points, should have been better. There are times when it just has a great nostalgic feel, but that is just about impossible to sustain for what in places feels like a long, 134 minutes. Critics Rating: B-. Jersey Boys is rated R, mostl y for language.UpcomingFathom Events and Rhino Entertainment present the annual Grateful Dead MeetUp at the Movies: Beat Club 4/21/72, in theaters nationwide July 17. All screenings are at 7:30 p.m., local time. Central Florida theaters include Regal theaters in Winter Park and Waterford Lakes. The event will feature a complete rare live studio performance of the Grateful Dead captured during their legendary European tour in 1972 with audio remastered from the original analog tapes. Never officially released and never before seen in its entirety, the Bremen, West Germanys Beat Club TV program studio performance features the classic 1972 lineup, and captures the Dead in their prime, playing at the height of their powers and tearing through a condensed version of a typical Europe concert. e event oers a unique view of the band, allowing fans in cinemas to hear yon-the-wall chatter and get up-close and personal with band members in one of their most intimate studio performances. Tickets for Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies: Beat Club 4/21/72 are available at participating theater box oces, including the Orlando area, and online at www.FathomEvents.com. e event will be presented in more than 360 select movie theaters around the country through Fathoms Digital Broadcast Network. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit the Fathom Events website. The event features stand-out versions of set staples like Bertha, Sugaree, Playing In The Band (two versions) and a classic Truckin>Drums>The Other One. This performance is one of the last known video captures of Ron Pigpen McKernan, a founding member of the Grateful Dead. Pigpen was legendary for his blues influence on the bands sound. To see such outstanding footage of some of the Grateful Deads most important songs from 1972, including a 20 minute version of e Other One and two wayout-there renditions of Playing In e Band is a truly remarkable experience, said Grateful Dead archivist David Lemieux, in a press release. By Peter Covino A&E Editor I have seen Universals future and it comes in the shape of a hot dog. As day one of the Universal Harry Potter/Diagon Alley media event came to a conclusion earlier this week, it was the newest Harryland getting all the attention. But amazingly, even at e Wizarding World of Harry Potter, there is always room for a hot dog, a pparently. Harry Potter was most definitely not on the menu Tuesday night as media from around the U.S. and Canada, too, as well as other lands even more exotic than Canada, sampled CityWalk future. Universal Orlando Resort released the hounds, or make that wieners, at a sneak preview of of one of two new upcoming restaurants at the CityWalk entertainment complex. e Hot Dog Hall of Fame, looks to be close to completion at CityWalk, and just like the name implies, the new restaurant hopes to take hot dogs to new heights of greatness. Developed by Steve Schussler, the creative guy behind Rainforest Cafe, hopes to hit the ball out of the park litera lly, with this newest creation which is a tribute to hot dogs and baseball. Schussler said his team has been traveling worldwide experimenting in search of that best hot dog experience. Media sampled several varieties (but there was a stop at Vivo Italian Kitchen, another new Citywalk restaurant, so even media-types were not particularly hungry) of hot dogs, many of them seemingly from another era, like the Coney Dog or Chicago hot dog. And when the restaurant does open (it will even feature baseball-like stadium seats) the menu promises to be even more exotic. is will be the best hot dog experience, I promise, Schussler said. Using a variety of hot dogs before the ingredients will be just the beginning. Schussler said diners will have 12 dierent mustards to choose from and will be encouraged to get creative and not select just one. In addition, there will be ve dierent bun selections. Buns and mustard are very important, he said, maybe almost as important as the hot dog itself. If you have never been self conscious about eating a hot dog in public though, you may want to consider this: the Hot Dog Hall of Fame will feature large screen TVs so maybe, just maybe, you might get caught with 12 dierent varieties of mustard on your face. Or even worse, you could be one of the two people eating what he calls his hot dog built for two: the 2-foot-long hot dog. Other new food ventures coming to CityWalk soon include the strange, but tempting, Cowsh Sushi Burger Bar. ere is only one other place like it, apparently, in Charlotte, N.C., home of the original Cowsh Sushi Burger Bar, a restaurant that specializes in sushi of course, and burgers, predictably, but also a very weird hybrid the Burgushi, a fusion of burgers and sushi. Sadly, yes, I said sadly, Cowsh Burger Bar is not quite ready for primetime at Universal Orlando yet, but it is coming soon. And we the media, are ready and eager for the challenge.More City Walk eatse Tuesday eatingaround-CityWalk-event included some of the newest restaurants at the complex, the already mentioned Vivo Italian Kitchen and Antojitos Authentic Mexican Food. Vivo features an open kitchen concept (you can watch the fresh pasta being made). And there are other delights as well including baked breads, antipasta and more. Not surprisingly, there also is a strong emphasis on wine in this modern dcor Italian restaurant. Entrees range in price from $11 to $32 and the restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight daily and 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday. You can make reservations online at www. Universalorlando.com. By the time the media group got to Antojitos (it is hard to miss this brightly painted building, which looks especially cool at night), there were not too many takers for burritos and tacos. I did sample some really fresh guacamole and an oversized margarita served up in a glass that was actually more colorful than the restaurants exterior. Antojitos has many imported beers and an extensive collection of tequila and mescal. e restaurant is open daily 11 a.m. until midnight. And reservations can also be made at www. Universalorlando.com. News-Gazette Photos/Peter CovinoAntojitos Mexican restaurant is not only colorful, but offers some authentic South of the Border fare. The Hot Dog Hall of Fame, (below) with a menu featuring great hot dogs from all over, opens soon at Universal Orlando CityWalk. EATING OUT Florida Theres Always Something Going on in COMING EVENTSSCI-FI 4TH OF JULYFRI. JULY 4TH 051613.CELE Donations Needed! Hope for Humanity (501c3 charity) FREE Pick Up 407-507-3947 Your donations feed & clothe people locally. 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Saturday, June 21, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3 HarryContinued from Page B-1 of course lots of snow. Following sold-out engagements around the world, including Barcelona, London, New York, Buenos Aires and Madrid, the critically acclaimed show makes its Orlando debut Feb. 16 28, 2015. On Nov. 29, the Dr. Phillips Center enters a journey with Clare through her enchanting dream as she travels with the Chocolate Nutcracker and the Sugar Plum Fairy to the Kingdom of Toys in Clare and the Chocolate Nutcracker. Filled with dazzling costumes, lavish set designs and exciting dance, this original adaptation of the popular classical ballet is for audiences of all ages. On April 4, 2015, the Dr. Phillips Center will feature the modern dance company Pilobolus. is internationally renowned dance company, founded in 1971, continually strives to break down barriers between dance disciplines and challenge the audiences ideas about dance. e award-winning production engages and inspires audiences through incredible feats of dance, physical strength and choreography. Hailed by Newsday as a mind blowing troupe of wildly creative and physically daring dancers who leap, y, intertwine and break all the rules, Pilobolus has been seen by more than half a million people around the world and has been featured at the 79th Annual Academy Awards, on e Oprah Winfrey Show, Sesame Street, 60 Minutes and Late Night with Conan OBrien. e Dr. Phillips Center will also bring the best in family entertainment to the Central Florida community in 2015. On Feb. 14, 2015, Wild Kratts Live!, an all-new theatrical stage show based on the hit childrens animated series, will take the stage as the Emmy-nominated stars come to life and introduce the audience to amazing animals and their special Creature Powers. Next, join Buddy, Tiny, King, Don and more in Jim Hensons Dinosaur Train Live! Buddys Big Adventure on May 10, 2015. Based on the television show Dinosaur Train, this fun-lled, interactive show encourages basic scientic thinking skills as the audience learns about life, science, natural history and paleontology while on a trip back in time to an age when dinosaurs roamed the earthand rode in trains. In June 2015, Chugginton Live! e Great Rescue Adventure, based on the popular series on Disney Junior, comes to the Dr. Phillips Center. e actionpacked stage show will thrill youngsters with fun, catchy music, adventure and trainloads of fun. e Florida Blue Concert Series will include a performance by the U.S. Navy Band on Saturday, March 7, 2015. e free concert series playing the CNL Arts Plaza will also include performances by Tiempo Libre and Original Wailers among others (dates to be announced). For the complete schedule of upcoming events visit www.drphillipscenter.org. not so nice creatures of the underground. While the ride was operating Wednesday night and ursday morning, Universal ocials could not give any kind of denite word on whether there will be a so opening for Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts and the rest of Diagon Alley before the ocial opening, July 8. If you have a trip scheduled to Universal Orlando Resort before the opening, you might just get lucky. e other major ride at Diagon Alley is Hogswart Express, the train that links Diagon Alley with the Wizarding World of Harry Potter Hogsmeade at Islands of Adventure. At Diagon Alley, you board at Kings Cross Station. And this is more than just a train ride. It is an adventure with all sorts of trick mirrors when boarding, and lots to see as you pass the countryside. And the journeys are completely dierent leaving Diagon Alley and returning from Hogsmeade. But the really good news for Potter fans, is Diagon Alley is an adventure onto itself. Diagon Alley is only the main street of the new attraction. For those who are not part of the Harry Potter fandom Diagon Alley is the center of wizarding London, completely hidden from the Muggle world and the place where wizards do their wizard-type shopping and more. O of Diagon Alley are other streets and areas including places such as Garkitt Market; Horizont Alley and Knockturn Alley. While media explored the area at night, some of the attraction is enclosed, so even in daytime, it can still be on the dark side. And it is pretty easy to get lost, especially at night, until you get your bearings. Diagon Alley is very much about shopping and eating, so be prepared to spend a lot more money than the theme park admission price. Fans will nd all sorts of unique gis including a wizards robe at Madam Malkins Robes for All Occasions; everything for the avid quidditch player at Quality Quidditch Supplies and Scribbulus, the place to buy paper, pen and ink. And Borgin and Burkes, that sells skulls and Death Eater masks are more for those who want to explore the dark side. ere is lots of window shopping too, with stores that are just more or less fronts, so it is just really window shopping. But Diagon Alley is also about eating and drinking. Butterbeer caused a sensation when it was rst introduced at the original Wizarding World, and at Diagon Alley, there are several new concoctions that will make you want to open up your wallet. ere are several new drinks including a few amazing ones such as Tongue Tying Lemon Squash and Otters Fizzy Orange Juice. Other new drink items include Fishey Green Ale and Peachtree Fizzing Tea. If you are hungry, the Leaky Cauldron restaurant awaits with lots of standard English pub grub including sh and chips, chicken pie and more. e restaurant is nicely designed with both smaller tables and long, large tables for a group experience. One of the new experiences is an interactive wand game, which, of course, requires the purchase of a wand. e special wand does do tricks at designated areas of the park. You can make things appear or change with a wave of the wand and the shout of a command. ere are 34 dierent areas that interact with the wand. And just one more little thing there really is a rebreathing dragon who heats things up dramatically when you least expect it. Universal kicked o the big night Wednesday with a red carpet event featuring executives from Universal, NBC and Warner Bros. But the crowd behind the barricade was there to see Harry Potter stars and while there was no Daniel Radclie, there were several stars from the lms including villians Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) and Bellatrix Lestrange (Helena Bonham Carter). Other Harry Potter cast members walking the red carpet included Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley); Domhall Gleeson (Bill Weasley); James and Oliver Phelps (Fred and George Weasley) Robbie Coltrane (Hagrid); Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) and Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom). To experience all of Harry Potter, you will now need to buy a two-park ticket, which will cost about $136 for adults. If fans want to see both Harry Potter areas, a twopark ticket is required. For adults, a two-park ticket for one day costs $136; for children, its $130. Florida residents can save money on multi-day passes and annual passes. For more information on tickets and the new Harry Potter Diagon Alley attraction, go to www. universalorlando.com.CenterContinued from Page B-1 Photo/UniversalSeveral stars from the Harry Potter lms walked the red carpet at the preview opening Wednesday night, including Helena Bonham Carter, Tom Felton and Robbie Coltrane. Osceola, Polk & Orange Counties(407) 600-0013060714.SNG 062114.SNG Its coming...The Best of Osceola County Readers Choice AwardsLook for your ballot beginning June 26th in the Osceola News-GazetteHouse Ad
Page B4, American Legion Post 10e American Legion Post 10 Kissimmee, 200 Lake Shore Blvd. will hold the following events: Sundays from noon until closing are game days, free pool, bowling and ping pong. On Mondays, free Texas Hold-Em will begin at 5 p.m., the public is invited. On Tuesdays, karaoke will run from noon until 4 p.m. e public is welcome. Euchre will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. and it is also open to all. Wednesdays is Barn Yard Bingo, every rst and third Wednesday. Barnyard Bingo is also held every rst and third ursday. Fridays is seafood dinner night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., followed by entertainment with a live band and dancing until 11 p.m. All are invited. On Saturdays, dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. followed by entertainment, a live band and dancing. All are invited. e American Legion Post has large hall available for rent for special occasions. Call Judy at 407-847-4193 for more information.Celebration of JuneteethBethel AME, one of Kissimmees oldest historical African-American Churches remembered the Celebration of Juneteenth with other several community groups to remember June 19, 1865. at was the day the news of the end of slavery, (1863) two years aer the Emancipation Proclamation, nally reached Galveston, Texas. General Gordon Granger brought the General Order 3 by ship from President Lincoln. e groups of participants were brought together by Avaline Baytops, Bethels organizer, under the pastorship of Rev. Willie Bell Coleman. e Cornerstone Hospice, Branch Chapter 5121-NAACP, Genesis Chapter of the OES, KUA, and Miller s Nursing Review School and others, interacted with the public at last weekends remembrance.Coee & Conversatione Kissimmee/Osceola Chamber of Commerce will hold an information presentation, June 24 at 7:45 a.m., hosted by the Kissimmee Utility Authority, 1701 W. Carroll St. Consumer Energy Alliance Florida Executive Director Kevin Doyle and Southeast Executive Director and Vice President of State Aairs Brydon Ross, will discuss the multitude of ways for energy eciency and new trends coming in the future of Florida. Breakfast and coee provided. Cost is $5 for chamber members, $10 non-members. Limited seating. Call Amy Jones to RSVP at 407-847-4434.Dance classHozanna Ballet Academy will hold an intensive dance class, July 7 through Aug. 1 featuring ballet, hip-hop, jazz, modern, choreography and body language, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; ages 14 and up with some experience, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is $100 a week at 209 Cypress St., Kissimmee. Two-week minimum purchase. Space is limited. For more information call 407-870-0206. Hospital yard salee Osceola Regional Hospital Auxiliary, Kissimmee, will host a yard sale at the former Senior Friends/H2U building, Kissimmee on ursday, June 26; Friday, June 27; and Saturday, June 28, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. ere will be many assorted items for sale, including chairs, oce equipment, commercial furniture, household supplies (pots, dishes, etc,), ORMC Gi Shop merchandise and much more. e public is invited to attend and participate in the bargain price sale. e auxiliary is comprised of men and women who volunteer their time as a service to the ORMC Hospital and community. To become a member or for additional information, call Volunteer Services Director/Aliate Director H2U, Elizabeth Galarza at 407-518-3907.Osceola Democratic Executive Committee e Osceola Democratic Executive Committee will meet ursday, June 26 at 7 p.m. at conference room 4702 on the 4th oor of the administration building in the Courthouse Complex. Guests are welcome.Vacation Bible SchoolShingle Creek United Methodist Churchs annual Vacation Bible School will be Weird Animals Where Jesus Love is One-of-a Kind, June 23 June 27, from 6:30 8:30 pm. Located at 2420 Old Vineland Road, Kissimmee, VBS is free to children ages 3-11. Call 407-396-6364 for more information.Open basketballe City of Kissimmee, in partnership with the 360 ESAH Foundation, is oering Open Gym Basketball for teens and young adults between the ages of 13 to 18 years old. Upcoming Open Gym Basketball dates are June 20 & 27 and July 11, 18 & 25 and will take place from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. at Denn John Middle School located at 2001 Denn John Lane. e cost is $1 per person each visit. For more information or to volunteer, contact Jamie Paul at 407.518.2599 or email@example.com.Democrats of CelebrationCelebration Democrats will meet Wednesday, June 25, starting with social gathering at 6:45 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. It will be held at Town Hall, 851 Celebration Avenue. Osceola County Commissioner Mike Harford is the guest speaker. Football Fundamentalse City of Kissimmee will once again oer a freeFootball FUNdamentals camp together with USA Football and former Green Bay Packer and St. Cloud High School standout Brent Fullwood. e camp will take place on June 21 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Fortune Road Athletic Complex located at 2500 Fortune Road in Kissimmee. e clinic, which is supported through a grant from the NFL foundation, is designed to introduce children ages ve-18 to the sport of football using non-contact oensive and defensive positions, agility training, skills contests and scrimmages in a fun and energetic environmentFor more information call 407-518-2599. or jpaul@ kissimmee.org. Music at American LegionGeo Farmer will perform at Ame rican Legion Post 10, 200 Lakeshore Drive, Kissimmee at 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door. Food may be purchased from the club. It is a country show /dance. Kennedy Roosevelt Dinnere Osceola County Democratic Executive Committee will host the rst Kennedy Roosevelt Dinner, July 12 at the Berlinsky Community House, 300 E. Monument Ave. e dinner is from 6 to 10 p.m. Tickets are $50 each before June 20, $60 aer June 20. To purchase tickets, go to www.democratsosceola. com and download the form which contains sponsorship/ticket information, and also the address for mailing both the form and payment. An online ticket purchasing link should be live soon as well and will be sent out as soon as its nalized.PetapaloozaSavannah Court of St. Cloud will host Petapoolaza Saturday, June 21 from 2 to 5 p.m. to help support Happy Tails, the countys rst pet food pantry that helps the elderly feed their pets and help prevent their animals from going to shelters if they become ill and and have to be hospitalized. e event includes free pet grooming, rabies shots and prizes. For more information go to http://www. savannahcourtstcloud. com/.City Commission debatee Kissimmee/Osceola Chamber of Commerce and KUA will host a city commission debate with candidates Wanda Rentas and Jim Fisher (Seat 2) and Art Otero, Carmelo Garcia, Korshed Hossain, Jerome Gemskie and Alejandro Victoria (Seat 4), Wednesday, June 25 at City Commission Chambers, Kissimmee City Hall, starting at 5 p.m. Model Train Showe Knights of Columbus, 2000 Neptune Road, will host a model railroad show, with vendors, model layout, videos and more, July 19 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $5. Vendors are welcome. All scales, any train items, trains, tracks, accessories, or any other hobby related items you may be interested in selling. If interested call Joe at 727244-1341 or go online at www.regalrailways.com.Bluegrass jame Bluegrass Jam at the Osceola County Historical Society Welcome Center and Hist ory Museum will continue through the summer. For the summer months the free monthly jam, held the rst Sunday of every month, will be held indoors at the center. Bring your own chairs. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Musicians interested in joining in and for more information, contact Ken Leiner at 407256-9957. Band car washe St. Cloud High School Marching band will hold a car wash at Firehouse Subs in St. Cloud, June 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. e band will also have spirit night at Fire House Subs, June 26 from 4 to 8 p.m. e band is raising money to buy a new equipment truck. Tai Chi classes Tai Chi classes are now open for new students in Hunters Creek and St. Cloud. Tai Chi is a gentle exercise recommended by many doctors to improve balance, range of motion and agility. It is calming, yet energizing; easy to do, but profound in its eects. Mondays: 12:30 p.m.1:30 p.m., South Orange Wellness Center, 4170 Town Center Blvd., Suite 101, Hunters Creek (free) and Tuesdays: 1-2 p.m., St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud (donations accepted). For more i nformation call 407738-7001.Narcoosee school fundraiserere will be a fundraiser barbecue for the Historic Narcoossee Schoolhouse, Saturday, June 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the schoolhouse, 5026 Yukon Street, Narcoossee (near the intersection of Narcoossee Road and Jones Road by the ashing light). Cost is $8 per meal for a pulled pork sandwich and sides. All proceeds go to restoration of the circa 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. Tickets may be purchassed on site or in advance. Contact Tracy Paul at 407-791-5738 or email the Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society at info@ narcoosseehistory.org. Valencia tuition increaseValencia College trustees approved a modest tuition increase of $4 per credit hour for next fall, bringing the total cost per credit hour for Florida residents to $103.06. e increase amounts to $32 more a semester for the average student. Total tuition and fees for a full-time student will be less than $2,500 per year. Even with the increase, Valencias tuition remains lower than every state college and university in Central Florida and the fourth least expensive in the state. Valencia has worked hard to keep costs low for students. e college does not charge students for parking permits or tutoring, and has implemented discounts on textbooks purchased through the college bookstore. To help oset the tuition increase and provide an incentive to high school graduates to continue their educations, the college will oer free tuition for one class this fall to 2014 Orange or Osceola county public high school graduates. Students must apply and register for the class by July 3, 2014, to qualify: http://valenciacollege.edu/ freshmanfreebie.First serviceFaith International Baptist Church, 7769 W. U.S. Highway 192, are now holding services Sundays, at Maingate Lakeside Resort. Services are at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. ere is more information at the www.faithinorlando.com. For information email firstname.lastname@example.org.July 4 vendors needede St. Cloud Chamber of Com merce is looking for vendors of all types for the upcoming holiday event at St. Clouds lakefront, July 3-4. Arts and craers, food and beverage, political candidates, business vendors and non-prot groups are all welcome for the event which includes a Margaritaville Party July 3 and more party and fun for July 4, ending with reworks. e event is expected to attract more than 30,000 over the two days. ere are several other sponsorship opportunities available including beer tent sponsor, band sponsors, T-shirt sponsors and more. Contact the St. Cloud Osceola Chamber of Commerce for more information at 407-8923671 or stop the chamber during business hours to pick up a registration form. Kis simmee library eventse downtown Kissimmee library has the following June events. June 25 at 3 p.m. Summer Reading Club and the Osceola Center for the Arts Childrens eatre presents a special visit from Dr. Seuss friends. Watch these beloved characters come to life as they read, dance, and sing, reminding us all that Dr. Seuss teaches us we can do anything. For information call 407742-8924.Tai Chi classes Tai Chi classes are now open for new students in Hunters Creek and St. Cloud. Tai Chi is a gentle exercise recommended by many doctors to improve balance, range of motion and agility. It is calming, yet energizing; easy to do, but profound in its eects. Mondays: 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m., South Orange Wellness Center, 4170 Town Center Blvd., Suite 101, Hunters Creek (free) and Tuesdays: 1-2 p.m., St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17thStreet, St. Cloud (donations accepted). For more information call 407-738-7001. Harmony cafDon Hall, founder and executive director of Transition Sarasota, one of a number of locally based, but united eorts in the U.S. and internationally that are developing simple, community scale projects that are contributing to meeting the challenges that a shi in energy sources and climate conditions are presenting, is the guest speak at Conservation Caf, June 30 at Harmony Banquet Hall. Hall will explain the grassroots movement that is helping to nd new ways of sharing resources and coming up with new ideas. It starts at 6:30 p.m. ere is more information at http://www. harmonyfl.com/CentralFlorida-Community/ sust ainability .Aviation open houseSunState Aviation, at Kissimmee Gateway Airport, is hosting an open house on Saturday, June 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Starting with one airplane and 500 square feet of rented space, SunState Aviation is now home to a 16,000 square-foot state of the art training center and a large eet of quality training aircra. Students interested in aviation opportunities as well as the general public are welcome to the open house and invited to explore this award-winning facility. ere will be food, displays and opportunities for an introductory lesson at signicantly reduced cost. SunState Aviation is See Events, page B-5 COMMUNITYCOMMUNITY C OMMUNITY C OMMUNITY www.aroundosceola.comGo to: www.aroundosceola.comGo to: Memorial scholarship Submitted photo A $500 scholarship was recently presented in the memory of the late Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show & Fair board member, Donald Garmany. Garmanys unexpected death in December 2013 left a huge void in the hearts of the fair family he had been a part of for many years. Through the years, he served on many fair committees, but was best known as being the chair of the Independent Food Concessions. He knew every vendor personally, treated each fairly and took pride in the positive relationships he created through the years. He also represented the Osceola County Fair as a member of the Florida Federation of Fairs. The first Donald Garmany scholarship was awarded to Phoebe Obrecht, shown above, center, an exhibitor at the Osceola County Fair. Presenting the scholarship to Phoebe was Garmanys widow, Meg. Also pictured is Dale Davis, Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show president.
Saturday, June 21, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5 at 3008 Patrick Street. For more information, contact the Kissimmee Gateway Airport at 407-518-2505 or visit www.SunStateAviation. com.Memory disorder clinic e East Central Florida Memory Disorder Clinic will conduct a free presentation on Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), discussing the condition, how it is diagnosed and the impact of MCI on daily life. All are welcome to attend this free class to learn more about MCI in addition to treatment strategies and available resources for caregivers and families. e clinic is at the Osceola Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee, June 13 at 10:30 a.m. e monthly Alzheimer and Dementia family caregiver support group will immediately follow the clinic. e support group is free and open to all. For more information, call 321434-7614.Young authorKissimmee resident Samantha Coville is 16 years old and has published her rst book, Blood Oath. You can nd out more at her website http://samanthacoville.com/. Her book is available in both paper back and ebook on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords. Samantha took on a challenge to write a book during National Novel Writing Month last November and then she took it all the way to publication. Writers groupe St. Cloud Writers Group will host Steven James, author of the Patrick James thrillers. He will be chatting with the group from Tennessee about his newest book, Story Trumps Structure. It is a must have book for aspiring writers, where he demonstrates how one can write a great story and break all of the writing rules. e group meets Monday at the Veterans Memorial Library at 7 p.m. For more information on James book go to http:// www.storytrumpsstructure. com.Ladies needed for gamesLadies are needed to ll in some empty spots for bridge and canasta games at the Kissimmee Womens Club, 1616 W. Oak St. in Kissimmee. For more information, call Vera Bass at 407-846-3787. Quit smoking classIf youre ready to quit tobacco, we are ready to help with a six-session program. ere is no charge to enroll or for materials. is is a six-week program that meets at St. Cloud Regional Medical Center, Suite E. e program provides f ree nicotine patches, while supplies last. e groups led by professionals. It covers all forms of tobacco. Free quit smoking now workbook also is included. For more information about attending this class or to register, call 877252-6094. Classes begin Tuesday and continue through July 15 at 5:30 p.m. Rock and Gem showe Central Florida Mineral and Gem Society, a not-for-prot educational organization, will host a show with vendors oering beads, minerals, gemstones, custom jewelry, fossils, artifacts, metaphysical stones and more, Sept. 5-7 at the Florida National Guard Armory in Orlando. ere also will be a silent auction and door prizes. Demonstration of faceting stones, cabochons, wire wrapping and chain maille also are part of the weekend. Admission is $5 adults, $2 students.Call for artistse Harmony Music and Arts Festival is seeking artists for the upcoming event. Artists may submit in various categories including ne art 2-D and 3-D, photography, jewelry and ne cra. e show features $5,000 in prizes. For rules, fees and more information on submitting art go to http://harmony. com/Amenities/musicarts-festival. Submission deadline is Aug. 25. For more information, contact festival director Nick Deacon, at 407-8912606. e festival will be held Sept. 27-28.League looking for Marinese Marine Corps League Detachment No. 1092 is requesting Marines join the group. e league does a variety of things including sending care boxes overseas, memorials, parades, color guard, Toys for Tots drives and also has scholarship programs. e group meets the fourth ursday of the month at the VFW in St. Cloud. ere also is a breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. every second Saturday of the month. For more information, call Jim Underwood at 863-4961107 or the VFW at 407892-6761.Christmas in July ea marketVeterans of Foreign Wars Post 3227, 915 New York Ave., St. Cloud will be hosting a Christmas in July ea market, cra and rummage sale on Saturday, July 12, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. e event will be held in the post hall rain or shine with A/C, restroom facilities, and snack bar. Table rental is available for $10 per table, spaces are limited. Stop by the post to reserve a table.Domino Clube Triple Flava Domino Cl u b, a nonprot social club in the Poinciana area, meets Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 p.m. at 4683 Old Pleasant Hill Road, Poinciana. For more information, call 407-230-9631 or on the web at www.tripleava.com.Re al estate meet ingGood Samaritan Com munity Center will host a free real estate meeting featuring current trends for todays sellers. Gain insights from local real estate industry leaders to assist in selling your home. Light refreshments served. e event is ursday, June 12, from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Space is limited, call 407-9331999 to RSVP. e center is at 4197 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee.Smart Driver Class KissimmeeA Smart Driver Class will be held on Tuesday, June 24, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Osceol a Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. AARP, oers a Smart Driver course designed to help all drivers be safer while behind the wheel. Insurance providers may also oer a reduction in premiums for Florida drivers 55 and older who successfully complete the course. A certicate of completion will be provided at the conclusion of the class. e course is $15 for AARP members and $20 for n on-members payable on the day of the class. Call 1-888-227-7669 to register.Spi rit of Gun Cl ube Spirit of Gun Club of Central Florida meets at 6:30 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links, 5310 Michigan Ave. For more information, call Jed Suhl at 407-908-0568 or email jedsuhl@ yahoo.com.Smart Drivers Class A Smart Driver Class will be held on two consecutive Wednesdays, July 16 and July 23 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Osceola Health Care and Rehab Center, 4201 Nolte Road, St. Cloud. Insurance providers may also offer a reduction in premiums for Florida Drivers 55 and older who successfully complete this course. A certificate of completion will be provided at the conclusion of the class. e course is $15 for AARP members and $20 for nonmembers payable on the day of the class. Call 1-888227-7669 to register.Volunteers neededVolunteers are needed to become part of the AARP Driver Safety Smart Driver Program. is program helps millions of drivers age 50 and older be safe drivers. If you have access to a computer, enjoy meeting people and are ready to make a dierence in your community, contact Joe at 407-593-1957 for more on the program. Training provided and all volunteers are reimbursed for approved out-of-pocket expenses related to pro gram activities such as mileage, postage, and necessary supplies.Belles and Beaus Dance Cl ubThe Belles and Beaus Dance Club meets every Wednesday night from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Marks Street Recreation Complex, 99 E. Marks Street, Orlando. Join in for an evening of fun and dancing to ballroom, line and Latin music by the Soft Touch band. Singles and couples are welcome. Refreshments are provided. Cost: $5 per person. Details: 407-277-7008. bellesandbeausdance.com.Medicare enrollmentere will be free SHINE counseling dates, Florida Department of Elder Aairs, for medicare enrollment, at various locations in Osceola County. Barney Veal All Generation Center, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee, from 10 a.m. to noon, rst and third Tuesday of the month. 407-846-8532.; Hart Memorial Central Library, room 104, 211 E. Dakin Ave., Kissimmee, January through July, second Wednesday of the month, 10 a.m. to noon; and St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud, second and fourth Tuesday of the month. 407-957-7392.Reunion/ graduatione 25th anniversary reunion and graduation event for Community Visions Leadership Osceola Class will be June 13. Alumni are encouraged to contact Sue Ring at sring@ communityvision.org for more information. Hebrew studyA Hebrew study group on Pentecost (Shavuot) will be held at Hart Memorial Library in downtown Kissimmee on the third Saturday of each month at 11:30 a.m. It will be held on the second oor in the Roseada room. For information, call Phyllis at 412-537-8960 or Paul or 352-470-2995.Lets Dance Clube Lets Dance Ballroom Club meets every Wednesday at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud. rough June 18, will be hustle plus. Learn how to incorporate dance steps from one dance to another. Cost for the six weeks of lessons is $18. Class will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Come early to register on the rst night of class. For additional information, call Sheila Lauer at 407-7387546. Hospice helpersVITAS Innovative Hospice Care of Central Florida needs volunteers in the area who can befriend terminally ill patients, provide relief for weary caregivers, accompany their pet on Paw Pals visits, visit with veterans, provide art and music therapy, make bereavement calls, sew Memory Bears or garment bags, knit/crochet afghans, make cras, help repair medical equipment, or help with administrative work. Call 407-691-4541 or email central.floridavolunteers@ vitas.com if you would like more information.Elvis, oldies, musicRelive the golden age of music with original oldies and Elvis music. ere will be a special appearance by Lil Jeremy and the Rock and Rollers. Its at the Ramada Gateway Hotel. 7470 W. U.S. Highway 192, Kissimmee June 14. Doors open at 3:30 p.m., the music starts at 4 p.m. Admission is $6 for adults; children 6-12 are $4. Proceeds to benet various charities. For more information, contact Nancy at 407-962-0263,email defalconan2den1@ aol.com or visit www. epcontinentals.com. Spiritual Festivale New Vision Spiritualist Center will host a community-wide spiritual festival, Saturday, June 14. It will be held at the Ormazd Grotto Building at 1700 Edgewater Dr., Orlando. e event is open to all and is a fundraiser for the church and its charities. e festival will oer mystical and psychic arts, from aura photography to tarot readings. Psychics will be available. Tickets are available at the door. e festival is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call 407-8260807 or visit the website spiritualistchurch.com.Hospice Care volunteersVITAS Innovative Hospice Care of Central Florida needs volunteers in your area wh o can befriend terminally ill patients, provide relief for weary caregivers, accompany their pet on Paw Pals visits, visit with veterans, provide art and music therapy, make bereavement calls, sew Memor y Bears or garment bags, knit/crochet afghans, make cras, help repair medical equipment, or help with administrative work. Call 407-691-4541 or e-mail central.floridavolunteers@ vitas.com if you would like to nd out more information.Food banke Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is now sponsoring an Aer school Meals Program at Iglesia Principe De Paz, 2204 W. Columbia Ave., Kissimmee. e program will bring nutritious meals and snacks to children in aer school programs. Snacks and meals will be available at no charge. Bowling funDo you like fun? Time Out For Fun is forming an adult mixed summer bowling league, at Orange Bowl on 1221 E. Vine St. Kissimmee. e group will bowl from 10:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every ursday morning. Come join us for fun and friendly competition. Contact Ray or Linda at Orange Bowl, 407-8472866, or orangebowllanes. com, for more information. Osceola Stamp Clube Osceola Stamp Club meets the rst and third Wednesday of the month from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Barney E. Veal Center, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. Come trade, sell and meet other stamp collectors. New members are welcome and needed to keep the club going. If anyone has any stamps they would like to donate to the club, they will be gratefully accepted. For more information, call Charles Frazer at 407-705-3593. DAV #148e DAV Service ocer is here every Tuesday at noon until 4 p.m. He is here to help with your military benets needs. e DAV welcome all veterans and their families and honor all military membership cards, VFW, DAV etc., and active duty ID c ards. All day, every Wednesday is Ladies Night with special drink prices for the ladies. Barnyard Meat Bingo is every 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month starting at noon. Bingo cards are $10 each or 3 for $20. Every Friday is Red Shirt Friday but if you come in wearing a red shirt showing your support for our military troops serving overseas, youll get the special drink prices on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. e DAV is at 21 E. Keen St., Kiss., phone 4078464141. Events Continued from Page B-4 061914.TNGEverything You Want to Know About Cremation, Funeral & Cemetery Planning407-957-2511 Call today to reserve your seats. Dont put it off!Learn how to make it easier for your family. This informative Seminar will beTuesday, June 24th, 2014 at 11:30 a.m.at Buffet City, 4551 13th St., St. Cloud, FL 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 060714.SNG And Cremation Services rfnftb www.conradandthompson.comt ObituariesFor daily obituaries and services please visit our Website: www.aroundosceola.comRESLER Rola nd Robert B ob , age 61, of Kissimm ee FL passed away on Su nd ay Ju ne 15, 2014 at Mi ke Co nley Ho spice Ho us e in Clermo nt Bo b was bo rn on Ju ly 30, 1952 in Tu cs on Arizona, the so n of the la te Rola nd Robert Resler, Sr ., and Do ro th y Mc Ji lton Leddo n. He was a re ti re d CPA. 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