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Children heading to Give Kids village all smiles, A-2 Randy Fisher retires after 32 years with rec department School children meet city ofcialsPage A-6 Index:Page A4 ...................................... Editorial Page A6 ........................................... Sports Page B1 .............. Arts & Entertainment Page B4 ................................Community Page C1 .....................................Classied Page C3 ...........................................Legals Page C8 ...................................DiversionsTime to do that doggy paddle at Barktober Fest See page B-1e dog water gala features pool time for dogs, dog pool contests and a best swim attire competition. Serving Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Celebration, Poinciana, Harmony, Narcoossee, BVL Page B-4Saturday Edition By Charlie Reed Staff Writer A new outdoor concert venue at Old Town that will hold up to 15,000 patrons should be ready by next summer, officials from the shopping and entertainment complex said this week. The planned venue will accommodate almost twice as many people as the arena at Osceola Heritage Park. It allows the county to put on larger events, General Manager Chris Spicer said. Old Town recently purchased an undeveloped eight-acre parcel of land on its east side that will be paved and outfitted with a mobile stage for special events. Attendees will park off-site and be shuttled into Old Town, Spicer said. The area will otherwise serve as parking lot for about 1,000 cars. There are no bands booked yet, but Spicer said he hopes the project will be completed in time to kick off a summer concert series in 2015. Ticket prices will vary depending on the act but should range between $15 and $20, a fraction of the average cost for a show at the Amway Center in Orlando, Spicer said. We believe in affordable family fun, he said. And we want to bring in artists that everyone can afford to see. The planned concert venue is part of a major renovation project underway at Old Town, which first opened in 1986. The retail complex filed for bankruptcy in 2013 and was purchased by Travel Corps in April. Much of the makeover plan is still in the conceptual phase, but the idea is to restore Old Towns original 1950 and s era theme, Spicer said. Were making sure Old Town is structurally sound and then well move into more of the aesthetics, he said. Some 70 retail shops, restaurants, cafes and bars line the brick promenade that defines Old Town, a nod to small town Americana. On Saturday nights, the street opens up to a classic car cruise that organizers tout as the largest and longest running classic car show in the country. We havent missed a Saturday night in 25 years, even the Saturday night Hurricane Frances hit in 2004, said Bobby Lance, who owns several businesses in Old Town and heads the merchants association. While the car show will stay, the fate of the amusement park rides remaining on the property is unclear, Spicer said. But a fence separating Old Town from Fun Spot USA next door has been removed. The Windstorm roller coaster that anchored the south end of the complex and the Ferris wheel at the entrance were Old Town to add new concert venueFacility to hold up to 15,000 people News-Gazette Photo/Marc CleryVisitors stroll through Old Town on Wednesday. The entertainment complex is planning to add a new concert venue that is expected to hold up to 15,000 people.See Old Town, page A-3 By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Osceola County Commission Chairman Fred Hawkins Jr. announced this week that he would be resigning as president of the St. Cloud Greater Osceola Chamber of Commerce. An announcement was made at last Saturdays annual banquet, when the chairmans gavel ceremonially passed from Keith Ronan to Marcy eobald, that Hawkins would step down at the end of the year. He did not attend the banquet as he continues to recover from an acute viral infection, but said his illness was not a factor in him giving up the position. Politics-wise, Im so busy, Hawkins said. Im a husband and father rst, a commissioner and then I have my private sector job. I have other opportunities to explore. When he earned the job in April 2013, topping a eld of 40 applicants, Hawkins said he was making a one-year commitment. Aer a year I was satised, but I thought we could go a little further to put it in a better nancial position, he said. We streamlined the nances, got all the outstanding bills paid, got the roof xed and secured, and submitted a solid budget for the next year. Im so proud of what this chamber accomplished, and their future is bright. Hawkins said the chamber has ideas for its plan for continued prosperity, which President resigns from St. Cloud chamber Capturing Kissimmee News-Gazette Photo/Marc CleryA couple walk along the lakefront of Lake Tohopekaliga in Kissimmee on Thursday. Hawkins See Hawkins, page A-3 By Jennifer DiDomenicoFor the News-Gazette The Education Foundation for Osceola County ranked No. 8 in a national study of K-12 education foundations by Dewey & Associates released Sept. 24. It is one of six Florida foundations in the top 25. We are so proud to be part of such a big movement, said Kippy Jacob, public relations director of the foundation. Stepping Up: The Top K-12 Education Foundations in the Nation study looks at eight key performance categories to determine the ranking: annual revenues, revenues per students, total assets, assets per student, investment income, Education Foundation Osceola ranked eighth in nation, study shows See Study, page A-3 By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Despite relative silence on the matter from the company and Osceola County ocials, Colt is coming. ats the message from local leaders. e rearm manufacturer previously agreed to move one of its business units to the former Osceola County Council on Aging building o U.S. Highway 192. Colts Manufacturing Company LLC, based in Hartford, Conn., said in 2011 that it would bring 63 jobs that paid an average annual salary of $45,000. Since that announcement nearly three years ago, none of those jobs have arrived, making some locals wonder if Colt is ever coming. But dialogue between the two sides is ongoing. Colt representatives were in town earlier this year, county staers said, and another meeting is scheduled early next week, County Manager Don Fisher said. Colt Senior Vice President of Operations Colt still coming to Osceola, county ocials say File PhotoGov. Rick Scott visited Osceola County in 2011 to announce that Colt Manufacturing Company was opening a local business unit.See Colt, page A-5
Page A2, By Charlie Reed Staff Writer ey might be sick, but the 36 kids who arrived at Orlando International Airport last week know how to smile. e children and their families whose ights were covered by American Airlines Something mAAgic Foundation spent the week at Give Kids the World in Kissimmee. e charity organizations 70-acre compound o U.S. Highway 192 serves as home base for youngsters with life-threatening illnesses visiting Central Florida. GKTW partners with more than 250 corporate, religious and wish-granting charities around the world and hosts 7,500 families By Tremne Triplett For the News-Gazette e outbreak of enterovirus infections in 32 states, including Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, is no need for alarm, but precaution, according to health ocials. As Florida remains the only state in the Southeast without a reported case, residents and visitors, alike, can reduce the spread of the virus by understanding what it is and practicing prevention. e conrmed cases grabbing media spotlight and driving 220 people, overwhelmingly children, to receive medical attention from general practitioners and emergency rooms are caused by Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68). e virus is not new to the United States. It was rst reported in California in 1962, and summer and fall are the most common seasons for enterovirus infection in this country. However, usually there are not many cases of EV-D68 reported. What makes the outbreak of the virus signicant this year is its widespread eect. Physicians attribute the start of the school year as a contributing factor to the increase in cases, where as the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) point to the number of states investigating the concentration of people reporting severe respiratory illness as the primary reason. At any given time, the number of reported cases in the media can vary largely from the number of conrmed cases released by CDC. e discrepancy is attributable to testing. Several states are continuing to investigate, and specimens are being processed, said Darlene Foote, CDC spokesperson. is will take some time. EV-D68 is one of many types of enteroviruses. It causes mild respiratory illness associated with cold or u: fever, runny nose, sneezing, cough, mouth blisters and body/muscle aches. In severe cases, children have reported diculties breathing and wheezing. In general, infants and children are most likely to get aected because they have not achieved immunity to enteroviruses, said Nathaly Acosta, epidemiologist program manager for Florida Department of Health in Osceola County. Transmission of the virus can be caused by touching surface areas infected by the virus, then making contact with your mouth, nose or eyes. Making close contact with an infected person especially someone who is coughing or sneezing can pass the virus, as well. It can be found in feces (the stool), eyes, nose, mouth secretions or blisters, like a cold sore, of an infected person, said Acosta, who works as a disease detective as an epidemiologist. You dont want to come in contact with the blister uid. We want to keep our social distancing and wash our hands well. Preventing the spread of the virus centers largely around hand washing and monitoring close contact with infected persons. Hand washing for 20 seconds aer diaper changing is recommended Health ocials keep eye on virusSee Virus, page A-5Osc eola County Sheriffs Office detectives on Friday arrested an Osceola County Fire Rescue lieutenant on child pornography charges. Jarrod Lee Taylor, 38, was charged him with 10 counts of promoting photo/movie sexual performance of a child. The investigation began in late August, when detectives identified a computer with an IP address that was linked to child pornography. After further investigation, detectives learned that the computer was located at Taylors home in St. Cloud. Taylor is a lieutenant with Osceola County Fire Rescue, Sheriffs Office reports stated. On Sept. 26, detectives obtained a search warrant for Taylors home and took the computer into evidence. Taylor was home and cooperated with the investigation. Based on his statements and the evidence, he was arrested and booked into the Osceola County Jail. The investigation is ongoing, with additional charges pending.Fire Lt. arrested for child porn Police news Do you have Osceola County news?If you have news that you would like to share with the Osceola News-Gazette, contact Editor Brian McBride at 321-402-0436. You may fax information to the newspaper at 407-846-8516 or email it to email@example.com or news@osceolanews gazette.com. Children heading to GKTW all smiles Submitted PhotoA total of 36 children arrived at Orlando International Airport last week to stay at Give Kids The World in Kissimmee. The charity organizations 70-acre compound off U.S. Highway 192 serves as home base for youngsters with lifethreatening illnesses visiting Central Florida. 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Saturday, October 4, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3 total program expenses, expenses per student and volunteers. e studys purpose is to recognize the best foundations, and to advocate the importance of K-12 education foundations. Stepping Up is about much more than comparing a $3 million a year foundation to a $300,000 one, said Dewey Caruthers, president of Dewey & Associates and author of the study. is study proves that some of the smaller foundations are among the top-performing foundations. Dewey & Associates is a Tampa-based rm that specializes in obesity prevention, juvenile justice reform and K-12 education. Most parents have never heard of their local K-12 education foundation, yet nearly all children are impacted by the foundations work, said Caruthers. Education foundations enhance public education in many vital ways: with scholarships that send lowincome students to college, arts and music programs that open childrens minds to more than a high-stakes test and dropout prevention eorts that keep students from quitting, just to name a few. One of the Education Foundation for Osceola Countys most successful programs is Bookmark Buddies a program that helps third grade students improve their reading skills. Its newest program, the Medical Pipeline Program, gives middle and high school students the opportunity to get a rst-hand look at the medical career eld. Were trying to make sure that as many students as possible really know and understand what all of their educational opportunities are here locally, said Rhonda Baur, manager of the Medical Pipeline Program. You can go to college, you can go to medical school, you can do what you set your mind to. You just have to learn about it. includes ideas like expanding into the Lake Nona/Medical City area. And he plans to still be a part of that success. Im still an aliate director with my role on the County Commission, so Ill always be here to help the chamber, he said. Ronan said straightening out the scal end of the chamber was the main goal, and he attributed the success of that to Hawkins focus and ability to stay on target. e cool thing is were good friends, so we were able to work together so well, he said. Its a completely dierent scenario now, with us being in the black we can focus on being advocates of businesses and organizations as well as being about the quality events we put on. By remaining as president until Dec. 31, he said he could play a role in the transition to a new business leader, including helping name his successor, if asked. If asked for input, I will help, but Id rather let them decide, Hawkins said. I will help with the transition. removed last month to prepare for renovations. I didnt like to see the Ferris wheel go, said Ed Mahon, who recently bought the Blue Max Tavern and plans to convert it into an Irish pub called Cavanaughs. People saw the rides going away and thought Old Town was closing, and thats the furthest from the truth. Im really excited to be here at Old Town, Mahon said. Every building, from top to bottom, is getting a facelift. Originally from Denver, Mahon first came to Old Town 16 years ago on vacation. Its just a unique place with unique shops and has a good feel to it, he said. So when I had an opportunity to invest and saw that the Blue Max was for sale I jumped on it. Chelle Brooks, longtime manager of Black Market Minerals, one of a handful of original Old Town stores, said shes happy Old Town is returning to its roots in shopping and entertainment. I remember when Old Town first opened, before the rides. This was the place to be. All the shops were full. There was a real buzz. We need to get back to that, Brooks said. Old TownContinued from Page A-1 HawkinsContinued from Page A-1 Osceola School District is oering all parents and students the use of InSync Education, a free online academic resource that will allow parents to help out with their childrens homework, espec ially in areas that parents havent worked on in years like upper grade science and math. rough InSync, parents and students have free access to more than 1,200 activities and resources to assist with lessons and homework from kindergarten through 12th grade. Parents and students can read or listen to the information in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole. InSync Education can be accessed from any computer, tablet, or mobile device with an Internet connection 24 hours a day. Parents and students can explore thousands of academic sub jects, concepts, and activities by grade level or subject area, including math, sci ence, social studies and language arts. Informa tion also can be found to assist with test prep, accelerated learning and college and career readiness. InSync Education provides critical information about how parents can help their children learn and master particular academic skills and subjects, Osceola School District Superintendent Melba Luciano said in a release. I hope parents make use of InSync Education as they work collaboratively with teachers to support the academic success of their children. To log on to InSync, visit the school districts homepage at www. osceola.k12..us and click on the Insync logo on the le-hand side of the page. Users will be prompted to enter the districts code, which is osceola, and will need to create a username, password and prole to begin. 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Page A4, Editors note: e following two letters to the editor are in response to the Sept. 27 letter titled Nature trumps same sex marriage.Letter writer deserves applauseTo the Editor: Ellen umma deserves applause for speaking the truth about homosexual relationships. A ght against nature is a ght against yourself. Homosexuality is a blueprint for your own extinction, how smart is that? e push to obtain a marriage license is really all about legal sanction. Once you have a legal document, you are vindicated of any wrongdoing and the homosexual community wants nothing more than to be told they are right in their age old quest to have that which is forbidden more by nature itself than any man made law. Few have the courage to face that truth. Todays young people let MTV set the agenda, as if the entertainment media knows anything about right and wrong. Jerry Mobley St. CloudLive and let liveTo the Editor: In response to Ellen ummas views in Saturdays Sept. 27 paper, I would like to correct her denition of marriage. She states that irrevocably, that it takes a male sperm and a female egg to produce a baby.... that is marriage. Nope, I disagree. When using the Webster dictionary, which Ms. umma uses as her denitive source, she would have found that the correct denition for the union of a sperm and a female egg is fertilization. And really I did not nd anywhere in the Websters dictionary where a marriage has to take place in order for the sperm and the egg to fertilize. Rather, fertilization more oen relies on the viability of both the egg and the sperm. Further, she states that if same sex couples want to live together, do not call it marriage for it is not natures way. Really? In nature, I have yet to see the birds, the bees or any species capable of reproducing via sperm/egg unions get married. And to further correct her premise that in nature there are not two mommies or two daddies. While there is only one birth mother, there usually are many males who compete to deliver the sperm. Ms. Thumma is correct when she states that in our current society marriage often determines the legal rights of partners who have chosen to live together. So, why would we need to create yet more laws (at considerable cost I might add) to sanctify and legalize partnerships. I would rather live, let live, and be happy that love has found two souls that choose to legalize their union. Pam Mulligan Kissimmee Barack Obamas central dilemma last week, when he tried to sell a new war to the American public on the eve of the 13th anniversary of 9/11, was to speak convincingly about the wisdom and effectiveness of U.S. foreign policy over the last decade-plus while at the same time, alas, dropping the bad news that it didnt work. Thus: Thanks to our mil itary and counterterrorism professionals, America is safer. Hurray! God bless drones and mission accomplished and a million Iraqi dead and birth defects in Fallujah. God bless torture. God bless the CIA. But guess what? Still we continue to face a terrorist threat. We cannot erase every trace of evil from the world, and small groups of killers have the capacity to do great harm. So its bombs away again, boys another trace of evil has popped up in the Middle East and I find myself at the edge of outrage, the edge of despair, groping for language to counter my own incredulity that the God of War is on the verge of another victory and Planet Earth and human evolution lose again. Obama ended his executive declaration of more war with words that the military-industrial shills have slowly managed to turn into an obscenity: May God bless our troops, and may God bless the United States of America. God bless another war? Tom Engelhardt, writing a few days ago at TomDispatch, called it Iraq 3.0, noting: Nowhere, at home or abroad, does the obvious might of the United States translate into expected results, or much of anything else except a kind of roiling chaos. . And one thing is remarkably clear: each and every application of American military power globally since 9/11 has furthered the fragmentation process, destabilizing whole regions. In the twenty-first century, the U.S. military has been neither a nationnor an army-builder, nor has it found victory, no matter how hard its searched. It has instead been the equivalent of the whirlwind in international affairs, and so, however the most recent Iraq war works out, one thing seems predictable: the region will be further destabilized and in worse shape when its over. Obamas speech is addressed to a nation with a dead imagination. Doing something about the Islamic State means dropping bombs on it. Bombing runs dont inconvenience a politicians constituents and always seem like stalwart action: a squirt of Raid on an infestation of bugs. They never kill innocent people or result in unintended consequences; nor, apparently, do they provoke an instant sense of horror, the way a beheading does. Indeed, declarations of war always seem to lift people up. This is because they separate us from the evil that our enemies are committing. Addressing the complexity of others brutal behavior means facing our terrifying complicity in it which is asking far too much of any Beltway-entrenched U.S. politician. Obama hasnt broken in any way from his inarticulate predecessor in attempting to exploit the simplistic emotional safe haven of war and militarism. How do I respond when I see that in some Islamic countries there is vitriolic hatred for America? George Bush asked during a press conference a month after the 9/11 attacks (quoted recently by William Blum in his latest Anti-Empire Report). Ill tell you how I respond: Im amazed. Im amazed that theres such misunderstanding of what our country is about that people would hate us. I am like most Americans, I just cant believe it because I know how good we are. Obama is trying to extract the same public acquiescence to military aggression from the IS beheadings of two U.S. journalists and a British aid worker as Bush did from 9/11. Bush had the distinct advantage of not having himself and the disastrous mess he created as his predecessor. Nevertheless, Iraq 3.0 is going to become a reality, even though bombing Iraq will just strengthen IS and likely open the door to the next multi-year military quagmire. As David Swanson laments on the website World Beyond War, speaking of the first journalist IS brutally murdered, James Foley is not a war ad. When 9/11 victims were used as a justification to kill hundreds of times the number of people killed on 9/11, some of the victims relatives pushed back, Swanson writes. Linking to a video in which Foley talks about the hell and absurdity of war with filmmaker Haskell Wexler during the NATO protests in Chicago two years ago, he adds: Now James Foley is pushing back from the grave. He invites us to watch Foley talk about the dehumanization needed before people can be killed, the shallowness of media coverage and other toxic realities of war that usually dont show up in presidential speeches. We cannot erase every trace of evil from the world . . I cant believe I live in a country that still tolerates such simplistic, knifeedged rhetoric. Oh, so much evil out there! The U.S. government, in all its might and purity, has no choice but to go after it with every weapon in its arsenal. What Obama doesnt bother to say, though perhaps in some helpless, futile way he knows, is that engaging in the game of war is always an act of defeat. And the opponents, in their brutal aggression toward each other and everyone else, are always on the same side. Robert Koehler is an award-winning, Chicagobased journalist and nationally syndicated writer. His new book, Courage Grows Strong at the Wound (Xenos Press) is now available. Contact him at koehlercw@gmail. com, visit his website at commonwonders.com or listen to him at Voices of Peace radio. Aer some hand-wringing over British citizens who have chosen to ght with ISIS, Prime Minister David Cameron said he thinks one reason for the defection is that too many of the defectors have forgotten what it means to be British. As a means of ghting the radicalization of young people, he wants all of Britains schools to again teach British values. It is a diagnosis Americans would do well to consider because an unknown number of Americans (FBI Director James Comey says he doesnt have a precise number because they are hard to track) have abandoned their country to ght with jihadists. In order to teach values, whether British or American, we must rst agree on what they are. Since the turbulent s, some Americans have chosen to ignore, even oppose, values taught to their forebears. ese tenets begin with personal responsibility and accountability, hard work, capitalism, self-reliance, faith in God and patriotism. As I see it, too many students pay little heed to the Pledge of Allegiance. Few will serve in the military, or feel compelled to give back to their country as did those who fought and died for their freedom. A look at what used to be taught in public schools before the advent of multiculturalism oers a lesson in what we have lost. In 1923, the superintendent of Public Instruction in Lancaster, Ohio, J.J. Phillips, created a series of booklets for elementary school students called Selections for Memorizing. ey included many verses from the Bible that would be banned today. ey also included passages about respecting and loving parents and love of country. Beginning in rst grade, children were exposed to sentiments like these: I give my hand and my heart to my country. One country, one language, one ag. In an entry by Daniel Webster called Duty of American Citizens there is this: is lovely land, this glorious liberty, these benign institutions, the dear purchase of our fathers are ours; ours to enjoy, ours to preserve, ours to transmit. Generations past and generations to come, hold us responsible for this sacred trust. Our fathers from behind admonish us with their anxious, paternal voices; posterity calls out to us from the bosom of the future; the world turns hither with its solicitous eyes all, all conjure us to act wisely and faithfully in the relation which we sustain. Webster concludes: But what are lands, and seas, and skies to civilized man, without society, without knowledge, without morals, without religious culture? And how can these be enjoyed in all their extent, and all their excellence, but under the protection of wise institutions and a free government? Who decided these virtues were outdated and no longer worth teaching to new generations, especially millennials, who seem so cynical about them? Even conservatives, who still cling to those values in theory, are doing less in practice to arm them. Too many have their children in public schools that challenge their beliefs. Too many conservative families are breaking up, instilling conditional love in their children. As Peter Beinart wrote in last Februarys National Journal, e very attributes conservatives say make America special religiosity, patriotism, and mobility are ones theyve inadvertently undermined. Is it any wonder millennials are less impressed with their country? In a letter to his wife, Abigail, John Adams wrote: Posterity! You will never know how much it cost the present Generation to preserve your Freedom! I hope you will make good use of it. If you do not, I shall repent in Heaven, that I ever took half the Pains to preserve it. If we could question those Americans who have gone to ght with jihadists, it would be interesting to see what they were taught in school and how they came to hate America so much. Meanwhile, we had better get back to teaching the current and future generations what we used to teach, or risk losing not only them, but the entire nation. Selections for Memorizing might be a good place to start. Cal omas latest book is What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America is available in bookstores now. Readers may email Cal omas at tcaeditors@ tribune.com. Guest column OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE(USPS Number 513540) (ISSN 1060-1244) Published each Thursday and Saturday for $52 per year, by Sun Publications of Florida, a division of Lakeway Publishers of Florida, Inc. All rights reserved. Periodicals postage paid at Kissimmee, FL. 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Hand washing after bathroom use is a strong preventive strategy, she said. If you are infected with enterovirus, hand washing will not cure you of the virus. However, eective hand washing will help to contain the virus. It will help reduce the spread and potential outbreak of not only EV-D68, but any other virus, said Acosta. When someone is ill and they have all kinds of secretions from the nasal passages, you need to be washing your hands because there can be other germs involved that we want to get rid of. We do not want to share them on our door knobs, with friends and family. Acosta also agreed with CDCs recommendations to avoid eye, nose and mouth touching with unwashed hands, and to avoid close contact, like kissing and hugging or swapping eating utensils with infected persons. Social distancing is important, said Acosta. If someone is going to sneeze, you want to be far enough away not to have an encounter, she said. John Michael Magouirk noted in the letter in January that the company had diculties during 2013 in completing an acquisition and merger of its business units, forming a new limited liability company (LLC). He noted that protracted negotiations prevented the new company from making a denitive decision on the nature of the operations to be carried on in Kissimmee. Other economic factors and business decisions aecting its Connecticut operations also have slowed the process down. ey never, from a corporate standpoint, intended for any of this to happen, Fisher said. ey have a representative in Florida weve been working with. e dialogue has been ongoing. Weve wanted to communicate with them about their intentions. Weve told them that if they dont intend to come, we want to know as soon as possible. Weve had an awful lot of interest from dierent local entities for the building, and they are all good uses for the facility. County Director of Strategic Initiatives Je Jones said this week that Colt received $250,000 in incentives from the states Quick Action Closing Fund, but it had to forfeit $50,000 of it when it failed to meet its rst performance goal of having 10 jobs in place by the end of 2013. ey still have other goals to meet, Jones said, referring to having jobs in place by the end of 2014 less than three months away and 2015. Fisher and Jones said they met with Colt representatives at the Shady Lane building in July to talk about where each party stood. Fisher said Colt has reportedly already moved some computers and other business equipment into the building. Jones said moving the rest of its manufacturing equipment requires Colt to work with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Its a rigorous list of things they have to do, but Colt seems to manage it because theyve done it many times before, Jones said. ey are still committed to coming here. Its a big move. e county spent roughly $550,000 to renovate the building. Valencia College had originally oered $100,000 to design and start a specialized training program to provide Colt a local labor force. At the 2011 agreement announcement, Colt said it would make additional capital investments in the building. Under terms of the lease on the building, Colt is paying Osceola County $1 a year in rent through 2015 and $108,000 a year for seven years beginning in 2016 for a total of $756,000. Calls made to Colts ColtContinued from Page A-1 File PhotoThe Colt Manufacturing Companys business unit is the former Osceola County Council on Aging building off U.S. Highway 192. a year. Typically the partner organizations identify the children and provide transportation costs for them and their families. GKTW covers the rest of the expenses, including lodging, meals, tickets to theme parks and daily entertainment, said GKTW spokesman Mark Hoewing. GKTW includes 144 villas, a wheelchair accessible pool, a shing pond, a miniature golf course and more all of it wrapped in fanciful facades reminiscent of area theme parks. e organization, which opened in 1989, is in the process of adding 50 additional villas to support the growing interest, Hoewing said. Unfortunately in this world children are born everyday with lifethreatening illnesses, he said. Our goal is to never say no to a child. Hundreds of volunteers serve food, greet incoming guests at the airport and serve a variety of other functions at GKTW. Learn more at www. gktw.org. GKTWContinued from Page A-2 VirusContinued from Page A-1
Page A6, Longtime local rec leader retiring Go to: www.aroundosceola.com So long, Randy Fisher Rick PedoneSports Editor Randy Fisher prepares to cut the cake celebrating his retirement after 32 years with the Kissimmee recreation department Tuesday at the City Commission chambers. Fisher was instrumental in the growth of the recreation department and he spearheaded the creation of many programs to benet local residents of all ages.News-Gazette Photo/Marc Clery Fishers Kissimmee tenure 32 years PICKS OF THE WEAK By Rick Pedone Sports Editor ere werent too many people in Kissimmee when Randy Fisher came to town in 1982, taking a job as a groundskeeper for the Kissimmee recreation department. irty-two years later, the citys population has grown ve-fold, to about 70,000, and the recreation department, whose ocial name now is the Kissimmee Department of Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities, saw its employee population expand from 19 to more than 150. ose employees are responsible for maintaining dozens of facilities and supervising thousands of adults and children in a variety of recreational programs. Two constants through all of that growth were Fisher and his supervisor, parks Director Dan Loubier. Loubier lost one of his most trusted, enthusiastic and popular employees Tuesday when Fisher stepped down from his position as Supervisor of Public Facilities and Special Projects. Dozens gathered at Kissimmee City Hall Tuesday for a gathering to bid Fisher a happy retirement. City Manager Mike Steigerwald presented Fisher with a gold watch. Fisher, 62, plans to remain in the Kissimmee area and enjoy the recreational facilities he is intimately familiar with, and he plans to enjoy them with his family that includes his 19-month-old granddaughter, Lucy. I thought at times about leaving the area, but when I would go and check out other places, they really werent comparable to what we were doing here, Fisher said. One reason I plan to stay here is that our recreational opportunities here, and also in St. Cloud and in the county, are outstanding. Aer spending 19 months in grounds keeping aer he arrived, Fisher transferred to the citys IT department and he might have stayed there were it not for Loubier, who wanted to ll a position that was vacated when Terry Stewart, the popular recreation department assistant manager, passed away in 1989. It wasnt an interview as much as it was going to lunch with Dan, over at Mrs. Macs (restaurant), back in the day, Fisher recalled. We just talked about what we thought about things, and the more we talked the more we realized that we had the exact same vision about what we wanted to do. e next thing I knew, I had the job. Fisher, even while he worked in the IT department, still spent a lot of time aer hours helping Terry Stewart in the recreation department. I was a soball player, so I became Terrys unocial helper, so to speak, Fisher said. I helped set up the elds, I refereed a lot of games and I umpired. Loubier said he could have spent a lot of time interviewing candidates for that position and he would never have found a better Randy Fisher shares a hug with Parks Director Dan Loubier. Loubier and Fisher have worked together for 25 years.News-Gazette Photo/Marc CleryOBC golf, swimming next weekIts been mentioned here and at bazillions of other media outlets that there are an awful lot of college football bowl games. At last count there were 37, and who knows if any others have been spawned over the past few weeks? ese bowl games are played mostly in the lateDecember early-January holiday period. eoretically, they are supposed to be rewards to the players for having a good season, but in actuality the primary purpose of most of them is to ll TV broadcast schedules. Why else are unwatchable 6-6 teams receiving bowl bids? But, apparently there arent enough of the mediocre bowl games to go around, because TV still is seeking sports programming for the holidays. Well, if the NFL and the colleges cant get the job done, where else to look? Hello, high school football! e Florida High School Athletic Association and Paragon Marketing, out of Chicago, have committed to a state champions bowl series Dec. 27 at a site to be determined in Florida. e format is for three Florida high school champions to play state champs from other states. Paragon will make the selections based on national rankings. ESPN (surprise!) will broadcast the event. At some point, ESPN will televise T-ball games between 4-year-olds, but I digress. Proponents of the championship series say that the student-athletes and Florida high school football in general will benet from the national TV exposure. Im dubious on a number of fronts, the rst being that the teams that participate in these bowl contests will be playing their 17th game of the season, counting Kicko Classics. By contrast, the college teams that meet for the national championship in January will play a maximum of 15 games. Honestly, does Florida high school football need more exposure? Is there a college coach in North America who is not aware of the prep football talent here? You can trip over the college coaches scouting spring practices and spring games. e main beneciaries of this enterprise are Paragon, ESPN and the FHSAA, which will collect a ve-digit chunk of money from Paragon for its endorsement. e participating schools will receive either $12,500 from Paragon or a merchandise contract worth $25,000. Paragon pays travel expenses for up to 75 participants from each team. Im all for giving high school athletes opportunities to excel on a big stage. ats what the eight Florida state championship games are. So why ask the players to risk injury and to sacrice their holiday vacations for one more meaningless game? Paragon and the FHSAA have made it clear that the winners of these bowl games will not be declared national champions. So, whats the point? And, what about the winter sports? Football playos already encroach on the rst half of the basketball and soccer seasons. Osceola High Coach Doug Nichols, whose team could qualify for a state champions game, said he isnt a fan of the idea. at would make for a long year and cut into the players second (winter) sport, he said. Wisely, the FHSAA will not require teams to accept an invitation to the state champions contests. Perhaps if enough teams say no, then this will be a short-term arrangement. e Mighty News-Gazette Divine 9: No. 1: e Arizona Cards. No. 2: e Cincy nonBungals. No. 3: Mike John Elway Glennon. No. 4: Roll Tide. No. 5: Boomin Sooner. No. 6: e Oregon Ducks. No. 7: Pink. No. 8. e KC Royals. No. 9: Friday Night Lights. Lots of good college matchups today. To the picks: Miami (-1.5) at Georgia Tech: If the Canes are real, well nd out here. Canes by 4. Florida at Tennessee (-2.5): Will Muschamps Gator coaching career is on life support each week. He may need the cardiac paddles today. Vols by 4. LSU at Auburn (-7.5): Tigers still reeling from that thumping from Mississippi State. Its Auburns turn, this week. War Eagle by 3. Stanford at Notre Dame (-2): is has developed into a nice little intersectional rivalry. Flip a coin. Irish by 1. Oklahoma (-5) at TCU: Sooners better put the high-speed radial tires on those schooners for this one. Streaking Sooners by 6. e paid professionals: Tampa Bay at New Orleans (-10): e Saints will come out slinging aer their drubbing at e Jer. Saints by 12. Pittsburgh (-6.5) at Jacksonville: Dont fear for Blake Bortles. e Steelers front seven couldnt sack a six-pack at a convenience store. Stillers by 3 Arizona at Denver (-7): e Mile High edge works for the Broncos. Wild Horses by 2. Kansas City at San Francisco (-6): Niners cant let up aer their win against Philly. Niners by 3. Cincinnati (-1) at New England: Is the Tom Brady dynasty over? Not this week. Pats by 2. Brian Big Man McBrides Super Snier Upset Special: Chiefs over Niners by 3. Petey e Gators Are Going To Win Covino says: Gators by 8, maybe. J.D. Dr. Dan Pearson, who had the Bucs over the Steelers by 3 last week, says: Canes have trouble with the triple option, Tech by 6; Brady is ne, Pats oense is not, Cincy by 7. Marc Blue Hen Clery says: Tech by 6, Gators by 2, Cincy by 2. Ken Not So Young Jackson says: Stanford by 3, Cincinnati by 8 and, yes, the Brady-Belichick dynasty IS over.Prep champ bowl games is a bad idea By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Orange Belt Conference championships for golf and swimming/diving will be determined next week. e OBC boys golf tournament tees o at 10 a.m. Monday at Kissimmee Bay Country Club. e conference girls golf tournament begins 9 a.m. at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links. Harmony won both championships last year. e OBC diving competition begins ursday at 6 p.m. at the Makinson Aquatic Center in Kissimmee, while the OBC swimming events start at 10 a.m. Friday at the St. Clouds Marissa Leaton and her teammates are among the favorites to win the Orange Belt Conference swimming championship Friday.News-Gazette Photo/Marc Clery See Fisher, page A-8 See OBC, page A-7
Saturday, October 4, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A7 Fox Baldwin competes in RussiaSports BriefsMakinson Center. Harmonys female golfers, led by Christina Stevens and by sisters Madison and Brooke Wetzell, are favored again, although undefeated Osceola (6-0) will try for the upset. Harmony Coach Robert Hainlen said his team must round into championship form not only for the OBC tournament but also for the district tournament in two weeks. We are condent that we can win the conference, but our big concern is regionals. With a district that includes Viera and Vero Beach (Nos. 2 and 3 at the Class 3A state tournament last season), we have to amp up our game, he said. e Lady Horns are going to West Palm Beach aer the OBC tournament for the Honda Classic Girls High School Invitational. at will be the setup to prepare us for the postseason, Hainlen said. Osceola girls Coach Ray Lackey said his team, like most, has been hampered by persistent rain which caused the Kowboys to cancel matches and practice time on the driving range. We have a slim chance if everyone posts a personal best, but Harmony is very good right now, Lackey said. Osceolas Brittney Calhoun shot a 42 for nine holes in a three-way match this week. Osceolas match against Harmony was rained out. St. Cloud is the favorite to win the OBC boys tournament. With Tyler Bennett, last years player of the year, Diego Rodriguez, Ryan Geasey and Carson Sampl leading the way, the Bulldogs have a solid lineup that is unbeaten against OBC competition. Celebration will be St. Clouds primary challenger. e Bulldogs won a dual match against the Storm last week. Celebration did not play their best golf, Bulldogs coach Shane Muller said. Our team has been much more consistent this year compared to the past. If we continue to play well, I think we have a strong chance at an OBC title. Storm Coach Tony Brus said three of the teams matches last week were rained out, which does not help its preparation for the OBC tournament. We blew up our scorecards at Royal St. Cloud last week, he said. St. Cloud has some talent. I would imagine it will be a good match between us at OBC, and were hoping for a win. e OBC boys swimming competition should be a showdown between defending champion Gateway and Harmony. e girls championship should be decided from among Harmony, St. Cloud and defending champ Osceola. Last year, both championships werent determined before the nal event, the 400 relay. I think it will come down to St. Cloud and Harmony for the girls, but with the eort and work my kids have put in, but who knows? Maybe we can surprise people like we did last year, Osceola girls Coach Krystle Singleton said. OHS has won three of the past four girls titles.Gateway, which has set several county relay and individual records with Walker Brooks, Josh Longeld, Nico Olarte and Nick Moran, will be challenged by a strong Harmony team that saw a string of seven consecutive OBC titles interrupted last year.Gateway looks very strong and is probably the favorite for the boys, Harmony Coach Terry Brown said. It should be a good OBC.OBCContinued from Page A-6 By Rick Pedone Sports Editor Osceola High senior wrestler Fox Baldwin will make another overseas journey with Team USA this month. Baldwin, a four-time high school state champion, will go to Russia to compete at the Ramzan Kadirov Cup in Grozney Oct. 11-14. He also will wrestle in Vladikavkaz and Ossetia. He will train with the Russian Wrestling Federation. I am excited about this opportunity and the journey God has planned for me, Baldwin said. Baldwin traveled with Team USA to Turkey in May and placed h at the International Junior Championships in Ismir. He trained at the U.S. Training Center in Colorado for much of the spring and summer. Baldwin won two gold medals at the 2012 Pan American Games. Tax deductible donations for Baldwins trip expenses can be made to e U.S. Center for the Education and Development of Elite Athletes at 1515 Michigan Ave., Kissimmee, 34744. Harmony baseball golf tourneye Harmony High Longhorns Baseball Team Golf Tournament is Nov. 15 at 8 a.m. at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links. e entry fee is $260 per foursome and includes range balls and lunch. Sponsorship opportunities begin at $75. Corporate sponsorships begin at $500. Longhorns Baseball Coach Troy Girdner is seeking gi items and rae prizes such as gi certicates to be awarded at the tournament. All proceeds will benet the baseball program. For more information or to register call 407-9083789.PRCA Champions RodeoSeven-time Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association All-Around champion Trevor Brazile and two-time world champ Tuf Cooper highlight the Wrangler Champions Rodeo at the Silver Spurs Arena today at 7:30 p.m. Kissimmees Kaley Bass, the leader in the WPRA barrel racing standings, also will compete. A purse of $115,000 will go to the winners at the rodeo, which features the top 10 cowboys and cowgirls in the PRCA standings. e event will be taped for later broadcast on CBS TV. Tickets are $20, $12 for children over age 5. HOW DO MILLENNIALS CONNECT WITHNEWSPAPER MEDIA? AroundOsceola.com ACROSS ALL PLATFORMS,40 MILLION MILLENNIALSget news and information from newspaper media each week. 75 % React to Advertisments in print newspapers A large portion of millenials Use coupons in the newspaper or visit the website for further information. 091814.TNG
Page A8, FisherContinued from Page A-6man for the job than Fisher. He was the rst person I hired aer I got here and right from the start it clicked. We had the same philosophy of what we wanted to do with the department, where we wanted to go, and Randy was always the guy who would be at the forefront of making those changes, Loubier said. One thing you can say about Randy is that he would never ask anyone to do something he had not already done himself. When Fisher and Loubier teamed up in 1989, Kissimmees recreation facilities were modest: a few ball elds, a small recreation center, and limited youth activities. Today, the recreation departments activities schedule reads like a magazine. Two dozen facilities fall under its umbrella, including the recently opened Shingle Creek Regional Park at Steee Landing. Other major additions during Fishers tenure were the Makinson Aquatic Center on Denn John Road, the Mark Durbin Community Park at Lakeside and Kissimmee Lakefront Park, which is nearing completion aer three years of construction. I take my granddaughter to Lakeside Park, and we have a great time. Its going to be fantastic when its completed. eres really nothing else like it in Central Florida, Fisher said. Fisher was instrumental in the construction and day-to-day operations of Fortune Road Athletic Park, opened in 2006 and recognized by the United States Specialty Sports Association as the USSSAs national Facility of the Year in 2010. at was really Randys baby. He had the vision of what he wanted to accomplish there, and he saw it through, Loubier said. Fisher le the Fortune Road job, at Loubiers request, to take the Public Facilities position. He was the one I felt the most comfortable about moving into that position, and Randy being Randy, he took it and did a great job with it, Loubier said. Fisher said he feels fortunate that he and Loubier were together throughout his career. Dan is a great boss, and hes great because whenever we were working on a proposal or a project, Dan was right there giving his input and pointing the way, and then he leaves it up to you to make it work, Fisher said. I feel very fortunate, I feel blessed, that I had the opportunity to work with Dan, and with so many wonderful people during my career. Replacing Stewart in 1989 was not an easy task, but Fishers aable personality made him a natural to inherit the job. If you can say two words about Randy, it is honesty and integrity, Loubier said. Randy just naturally has the type of personality that people really like and respond to. He walked right into that job and was great. People knew that whatever Randy said he was going to do, it would get done. Two of Fishers favorite accomplishments still are contributing to the communitys betterment today. Fisher was instrumental in creating the Kissimmee Mustangs football program in the 1990s aer the Kissimmee Boys Club football program had disbanded. I thought it was important to have a program like that available to the kids here, so I got together with some parents and some people in the community, like Mike Hulon and Phil Downs and John Quigley from Terrys Electric, and we were able to get that program going, Fisher said. e group purchased used equipment from Seminole County for $6,000 to get things rolling, Fisher said. Eventually, the Mustangs were renamed the Kissimmee Kowboys and separated from the city, although Fisher served on the teams board of directors for several years to assist through the transition. Osceola Highs football success of the past two decades (15 playo appearances) is thanks in large part to the Kissimmee Kowboys program, where young athletes learn the fundamentals of football. Since Osceola High is the only high school that is actually in the (Kissimmee) city limits, weve always thought that it was important to assist the athletic program there and do whatever we can to help, Fisher said. Another of Fishers major initiatives is the Kissimmee/ St. Cloud Senior Games, which became a center of attention for Osceola County residents starting in the 1990s. e local Senior Games grew to the point where Osceola County served as the host for the Florida State Senior Games several times. Fisher also started and supervised the Terry Stewart Memorial golf and soball tournaments, which produced revenue that Fisher used to fund scholarships for hundreds of local students. A lot of the people dont remember Terry now because its been so long, but its important that his contributions be remembered, Fisher said. Fishers career was interrupted in the late 1990s when he took time o to twice battle lymphoma. It was one of those things that you have to deal with. Everyone has those little rocks on the road, he said. e people at the city were great in working with me through all of that, and Im happy to say today that its over. He recently underwent knee replacement surgery and is recovering nicely, he said. Im doing very well with it. Its probably a good thing I had it done so that I can keep up with Lucy, and I have another grandchild on the way, he said. Fisher said that he and Loubier always had the goal of giving Kissimmee residents recreational facilities and services that would serve them well, not only today, but well into the future. Leaving a footprint is the way we thought of it, Fisher said. We took countless surveys to see what was important to the people who lived here, what they wanted to see. We tried to anticipate what facilities and services we would need to make that happen. A lot of the credit has to go to Dan and to (former Kissimmee recreation superintendent) Julia (Recker) when she was with us for their vision in making it happen. Dan is the one who goes to the city commissioners to convince them to fund the projects. Loubier said there is only one small part of Fishers tenure with the citys recreation department that disappoints him. No, I was never able to convert him into becoming a true Florida State fan, the avid FSU supporter said with a laugh. EVeENING APPOINTMeENTS AND FINaANCING AVaAILaABLeE Restore your Smile with the gentle touch of a lady dentist. 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www.aroundosceola.com www.aroundosceola.com Go to: Go to: October 4, 2014 Scarecrow FestivalDADE CITY e Pioneer Florida Museum will host e Scarecrow Festival, Saturday, Oct. 11. e all-day event features a pumpkin patch, games, a train ride, as well as the chance to make your own scarecrow. Admission is $5, children ve and under free. e museum is located at 15602 PioneerMuseum Road. Call 352-567-0262 for information.Fall FestivalKISSIMMEE e city of Kissimmee will host the 18th Annual Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Kissimmee Lakefront Park. e event will feature free family fun activities for all ages, including music, games, face painting, a costume contest, arts & cras, hay rides, bounce houses, and plenty of chances to get Halloween candy. Admission is free. e Halloween costume contest is open to all ages, with prizes in four dierent age categories. Check in on-site at the information tent to participate. Four legged family members are included in the fun too. Uptown Pet Salon of St. Cloud will host a Pet Costume Contest during the event. Dress your pets in their best for a chance to win pet prizes. Stick around for some scary fun at the annual Kissimmee Fright Nights event at the Berlinsky Community House, an event for mature audiences only and may be too scary for small children. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Admission for Kissimmee Fright Nights is $5 per person, with doors opening at 8 p.m.OktoberfestCASSELBERRYe annual Oktoberfest celebration sponsored by the German-American Society of Central Florida, returns Oct. 4 and Oct. 25 from 2 to 11 p.m. at the German-American club at 381 Orange Lane. e event is open to all. ere is a $5 donation. Children under 12 are free. e event features authentic German food and beer, a ag parade, ag dancing, contests live music and more. e net prot supports the German American Society. Call 407-834-0574 for more informationCelebration festivalCELEBRATION Celebration Town Center undergoes its annual tranformation for its fall festival, Oct. 17-18. Friday, Oct. 17, is Oktoberfest and it will be celebrated in the old-world German tradition featuring the sounds of Dan Witucki & Heimatland Musikanten. e event continues Oct. 18 with Rocktoberfest. featuring the Jonnie Morgan Band.e weekenkd features a hayride, live music, paint a pumpkinand more. Plus, leaves fall daily at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. Parking and admission are free. Corn MazeKENANSVILLE e Partin Ranch Corn Maze opens weekends beginning Oct. 10, and will be open Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays, and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. e event features a corn maze, pumpkin patch, barrel train, ranch animals, hay rides, food and beverages, zip line for kids and more. Admission is $11 for adults, $5 kids 5-10, four and under are free. e ranch is located 13 miles south of U.S. 192 in St. Cloud, on Canoe Creek Road. Call 407-709-7250 for more information.Veterans WeekendKISSIMMEE Solivita will host Salute Our Veterans Weekend Nov. 7-11, with a variety of events including a Kick O Street Party, Friday, Nov. 7, 5-9 p.m., with food trucks, entertainment and vendor expo; a record-breaking day, Sunday, Nov. 9, with a Guiness Book of Records attempt for the Worlds Longest Ice Cream Dessert and a Veterans Memorial Service, Tuesday, Nov. 11, at Veterans Memorial in Freedom Park. For more information call 863-427-7125,Trail of TerrorST. CLOUD e PegHorn Nature Park Trail of Terror Halloween event returns Oct. 18, 24, and 25, at 8 to 11 p.m., at PegHorn Nature Park and Trail (2101 PegHorn Way). Admission is $5 person. Parents are advised: The PegHorn Nature Park Trail of Terror may be too frightening and inappropriate for younger children. Parental discretion is strongly advised. Submitted Photo Art Under the Stars, the 38th annual Maitland Rotary Arts Festival, returns to Lake Lily, Oct. 4-5. The festival features artists from a variety of disciplines, live music and more. The festival features more than 135 artists and will be held from noon until 10 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Texas Chain Saw celebrates 40 years October is pro bably my fav orite time of month for watching movies on TV. Whether it is a Friday the 13th marathon on SyFy or the original Frankenstein on TCM, there is pretty much an endless glut of horror, good and bad on broadcast and cable TV starting now and gaining in intensity until Oct. 31. So what better time to release the 40th anniversary edition of e Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I hadnt watched what still is one of the most important horror lms ever made one of the few lms that makes every horror list, year aer year for at least four or ve years. And this was the rst time-ever, watching it in a restored Blu-ray edition (MPI Media Group). Texas Chainsaw, which was shot on a miniscule budget back in 1974, on 16mm, will never, no matter what the restoration, be confused with the amazing look and detail of say, any Lord of the Rings lm in Blu-ray. But if you have caught Texas Chainsaw on cable over the last decade or two, you would never think this classic lm could look this good. So many lms have copied the look and feel of Texas Chainsaw through the years, but director Tobe Hooper (Poltergeist) got so much right in his second lm, his career probably could have stopped right then. is was one of the rst horror lms featuring a bunch of doomed teens or See DVDs, page B-3 Peter CovinoFilm CriticPhoto/MPI Media GroupThe Texas Chainsaw Massacre 40th Anniversary Edition includes a fully-restored Blu-ray version of the movie, as well as one disc of bonus features. PUTTING ON YOUR DVDS By Peter Covino A&E Editor It has been a busy week for rodeo in Osceola County. Last week, the annual Florida Ranch Rodeo came to the Silver Spurs Arena, with 16 teams from across the state competing in various events, and this weekend, the arena at Osceola Heritage Park will once again host a big event e Wrangler Champions Challenge Tour presented by Justin Boots. Tonights rodeo will even be part of a special madefor-TV series of Champions Challenge rodeos this year on CBS Sports. e competition includes seven-time World Champion Trevor Brazile and twotime World Champion Tuf Cooper. e weekend rodeo, part of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, will feature rodeo professionals competing for a $115,000 purse and prizes. Tickets for the made for TV event are $20 for adults, $12 for youngsters 12-6 years of age, 5 and under are free. Tickets can be purchased at www.silverspursrodeo.com, 407-67-RODEO and at the box oce. Our fans will see the current best PRCA contestants in one very exciting night, said Tim Shirah, Silver Spurs Big Boss in a press release. Its a rodeo that will leave you on the edge of your seat for the whole night, he said. e top seven nishers in each event from the 2013 world standings were automatically invited to Wrangler Champions at OHPSubmitted photoSeth Hardwick is shown competing in the Bareback Event at the 2013 Wrangler Champions Challenge in Kissimmee. This weekends rodeo features seven-time world champion Trevor Brazile and two-time champion Tuf Cooper. Rodeo cowboys will compete for $115,000 at Silver SpursSee Rodeo, page B-3 By Peter Covino A&E EditorWhy didnt the skunk enter the rst Barktober Fest dog event at Kissimmees aquatic center? Because he had too much scents. e jokes can go on and on with the city playing host to both a canine swimming event at the city pool and a skunk show also coming to town. First up is the Barktober Fest, a new event that encourages both dogs and their owners to come on out to the Makinson Aquatic Center, Sunday, for an aernoon in the pool. e new event was the idea of city employee Emily Salzman. Salzman, recreation & leisure services coordinator, has a dog of her own. I thought it would be something fun to do, Salzman said. e dozens of dogs expected to attend should certainly have a good time because this will be their day. Dogs usually are not welcome at the aquatic center, and certainly not in the pool, but from 1 to 4 p.m., only dogs will get to doggy paddle or try an Australian shepherd crawl. Humans are not allowed. If your dog isnt the fastest swimmer in the pack, one of several events scheduled, that shouldnt be a problem. e aernoon of doggy contests also includes the farthest jump and fastest ball retrieve. e day of pageantry also features a best swim attire costume. And why not, because how can a German shepherd resist a French poodle clad only in a bikini? In addition to the contests, Salzman said she is working on getting some vendors involved as well, including pet adoption agencies. e event is also sponsored by Uptown Pet Salon. ere is a $3 entrance fee per dog. And owners must provide proof of rabies and current shots records. e aquatic center is located at 2204 Denn John Lane. For more information, call 407518-2360. And on Saturday, Oct. 18, the 26th annual Skunk Show, hosted by the Florida Skunks as Pets and Florida Skunk Rescue comes to the Ramada Gateway Hotel in Kissimmee. Anyone with a pet skunk (skunks must be at least six months old and spayed or neutered) is welcome to attend the show. e skunk show starts at noon, once everyone, skunks and humans, have been checked in. All skunks must Barktober Fest also features a swimsuit competitionSee Show, page B-3 Time to do that doggy paddleSubmitted PhotoThe city of Kissimmee and Uptown Pet Salon will host the rst Barktober Fest in the city at the Makison Aquatic Center, Sunday. The dog water gala features pool time, for dogs only, dog pool contests, and even a best swim attire competition. The event is from 1 to 4 p.m.
Page B2, By Peter Covino A&E Editor Is there nothing better than a creepy urban legend, especially when the creepy legend involves a stretch of road that many of us have travelled on many times? With Halloween quickly approaching, here is one more legend to give you a few goosebumps when you wake up in the middle of the night. I had never heard of the I-4 Dead Zone, a stretch of interstate just north of Orlando at the St. Johns River that is renowned for strange occurrences, including a large number of trac fatalities, reports of ghost hitch-hikers, static on car radios and cellphones, as well as spooky sightings of white mist and balls of light as you pass through the section of the interstate. is Bermuda Triangle of the highway will be getting some national attention on Sunday, Oct. 26, as e Weather Channel and local Channel 6 WKMG meteorologist Tom Sorrells unravel the science and science ction on the TV series American Super/ Natural. e show will look at the phenomenon, including interviews with local residents, recreations of rst-person accounts and testimonies from experts. I was surprised with the amount of information available on the Internet about the I-4 Dead Zone, including many websites reporting on the strange goings-on on the stretch of highway. One of the best sources for information is the Weird U.S. website (www.weirdus.com) that sites sources that claim there have been an estimated 1,048 to 1,740 car crashes at the location since the highway was opened in 1963, with a signicant number of fatalities. At the root of the dead zone, apparently, is a small graveyard, that was part of a Roman Catholic colony in 1887. Aer an outbreak of yellow fever, members of a family were buried in the woods, part of a tiny cemetery. Even when the land changed hands, the small island of graves remained undisturbed with farmland around it. e government bought the land in 1959 and construction began soon aer for Interstate 4. But instead of relocating the graves, ll dirt was dumped on it to elevate the new highway. e legend probably begins here, because at that same time, Hurricane Donna, one of the most powerful storms of the era, seemingly abruptly changed course and hit Florida near Tampa, with a path that crossed right over the new highway. e website says that on the day the interstate opened to trac, a tractortrailer truck became the zones rst casualty, when it mysteriously went out of control and jackknifed right above the graves. And the urban legend continues to this day, with the reports of more frequent accidents, as well as all of the various supposed supernatural goings-on on the roadway. e Weather Channels American Super/Natural series will air at 10 p.m. on Oct. 26. You can also view a short trailer on the I-4 Deadzone and the TV series at https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =Tul0k9giC6o&feature=you tu.be. I dont remember any close encounters with balls of light or phantom hitchhikers anytime I have driven to Daytona Beach, but I did encounter a fairly close shave over the weekend. How is that for a segue into a new tech gadget? I love gadgets, sometimes even when they are not very useful, but the Shavetech will hopefully prove to be very useful in the near future. e Shavetech will not replace one of those overpriced ve blade razors or a really good electric razor, but the Shavetech does just what is is supposed to do give you a shave when you are on the go. e most brilliant thing about the Shavetech in this age of high tech: you charge it via a laptop or similar USB port. It is the only way to charge and recharge the Shavetech. Nicely packaged, and featuring a sleek design, the Shavetech is perfect for the traveling man, or maybe just to keep at your desk in the oce, where a handy charge is always close by. It takes about ten hours to fully charged the Shavetech out of the box, and less for recharges. I have used the shaver about three times now, and found it gets easier with practice. You dont use it like a traditional razor. e instructions recommend with the shaver in one hand, use the other hand to straighten the shaving surface, namely your face. e Shavetech does a much better job like this, rather than just applying the shaver to your face. It also tends to pull on long beard stubble if you dont use the pulling technique. I havent got a perfect shave yet, like from a blade, but I kind of like perpetual 5 o clock shadow. But the more I think about it, the more I will probably like the Shavetech. Not only is it small, it is about the same size an average smart phone, but if even if you are an international trip, the Shavetech can be easily charged since you dont need to worry about any of those other electrical standards found worldwide. e Shavetech is available in black or white and has a suggested list price of $29.99. It is available at www.shavetech.com and select retailers. An optional wall adapter also is available.Weather everywhereWith all this wet weather, everyone should have at least one good weather app on their phone or tablet, and Bright House Networks has added two in recent days. Bay News 9+ and News 13+ apps are now available at no additional charge for iPhone, iPad, Android phones and Android tablets. Area Bright House customers can get both cable news channels, but News Submitted PhotoThe Weather Channels American/Supernatural TV series looks at the I-4 Dead Zone on Sunday, Oct. 26. The show will feature WKMG (Channel 6) meterologist Tom Sorrells.The Weather Channel TV series looks at the I-4 Dead ZoneSee Tech, page B-3 TECHNICALLY SPEAKING Submitted PhotoThe rechargeable Shavetech electric shaver uses a USB connection for recharges, making it very convenient for shaving on-the-go.Is infamous part of Interstate 4, the highway to hell? Florida Theres Always Something Going on in 051613.CELE Donations Needed! Hope for Humanity (501c3 charity) FREE Pick Up 407-507-3947 Your donations feed & clothe people locally. Your proceeds also help support Give Kids the World and the Rock Church Youth Ministry. www.hopeforhumanityusa.org Open 7 Days A Week Food Pantry Open Wed 9 AM 3 PM (Near mile marker 10 1/2 mile east of Old Town)HOPE THRIFTAnd if I do what I do not want to do, I agree that the law is good. Romans 7:16 Come join the birthday celebration for the two-year anniversary of Food Truck Friday! Special activities will include a balloon artist, a variety of local bussiness/organization vendors, and a great time for all! Also, a preview of this years Founders Day Village Games competitions will make for a great night! More than a dozen of the best food trucks in Central Florida will come together and provide delicious eats! Enjoy great music, children-friendly activities, and family fun! Although tables and chairs are provided, it is recommended that you bring a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on, since this is a popular event and seating is limited. If your family has a hard time deciding on what to eat because everyone wants something dierent, this is the perfect choice for dinner! Everyone gets to choose what type of food they want... and it is a tough decision! Stop by on the second Friday of each month from 5-9 pm at Celebration Town Hall parking lot, 851 Celebration Ave. Octobers list of gourmet food trucks (schedule may change without warning) Kona Dog, Chillin N Grillin, the Yum Yum Truck, TJ Seafood Shack, Firehouse BBQ, Korean Taco Box, Mayan Grill, Tallulahs Table by the Sea, Tamale Co, e Crepe Co, Phillys Best Cheesesteaks, Belly Full Food Truck, and Charlies Gourmet Pastries. See you there!! CELEBRATION, FLORIDA 2nd BIRTHDAY BASH! 100414.SNG 100414.SNG 100414.SNG
Saturday, October 4, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3 RodeoContinued from Page B-1 participate. Two of the remaining three spots will go to whoever is leading the 2014 world standings and the 2014 Wrangler Million Dollar Tour standings 30 days before each Champions Challenge event. e last spot will be awarded to the host rodeos defending champion. If, as is the case with Kissimmee, there is no defending champion, the nal spot will go to the highest-ranked competitor in the 2014 standings who is not already in the eld. e format will be a 10-person, single-round rodeo with the wins going to the fastest times and highest scores. e PRCA, headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., is the largest and oldest professional rodeosanctioning body in the world. e recognized leader in ProRodeo, the PRCA is committed to maintaining the highest standards. For daily updates of news and results visit the PRCAs ocial website, www.prorodeo.com. e Silver Spurs Riding Club, a non-prot organ ization, is a volunteer based Osceola County tradition since 1942. Club members dedicate endless hours to club events such as the biannual Silver Spurs Rodeo of Champions.TechContinued from Page B-2twenty-somethings. By the time Halloween and Friday the 13th came around some six years later, the format already was becoming a clich. It also was probably the rst that had its killer put to use, that most gruesome of weapons, the chainsaw. It just might be the rst lm to feature a family of cannibals, certainly the rst showing the family feasting at the dinner table, a sort of very grotesque version of Ozzie and Harriet. Despite the hungry cannibals, Texas Chainsaw probably is not as big a gore-fest as you remember or think you remember. e lm was banned in many countries for years, mostly because of its subject matter, but the onscreen violence is mostly at a minimum, especially compared to the lms that followed. Hooper also had the courage to go against the grain and cast a character in a wheelchair who is not very likeable. In fact Franklin (Paul A. Pertain), is so dislikeable with all his whining and grumping, it is a relief when he becomes a Leatherface chain saw victim. A lot has been written about Texas Chainsaw through the years, its various inuences, including infamous serial killer Ed Gein and with this new collector edition, you too can become an expert. is four-disc set is practically a college course on the subject of the lm with one disc consisting of nothing but features, interviews, deleted scenes, outtakes, trailers, original TV and radio spots and more. Disc one also includes an additional six hours of audio commentaries, with Hopper and cast and crew. Unfortunately Marilyn Burns, who played Sally, the lead role in the lm, died in August at the age of 65. Burns also played a very convincing Linda Kasabian in Helter Skelter, the movie based on Vincent Bugliosis book about Charles Manson, his family and their victims. Edge of Tomorrow is weeks big premiere new movie (comes to stores Tuesday) is Edge of Tomorrow, another Tom Cruise science ction blockbuster epic. I was already sleepy on the couch watching the rst few minutes of Edge, and the long opening battle scene, didnt do too much to help keep me awake. But this Groundhog Day-meetsStarship Troopers alien invasion lm denitely got more interesting aer the initial battle fatigue. Cruise, who has made some really good, sometimes daring lms (Magnolia, Vanilla Sky, Jerry Maguire, e Last Samurai) over the past decade or so, but mostly he plays it safe with the action/ scigenre, and Edge of Tomorrow is more of the same, but it does have a lot more going for it then Oblivion or Jack Reacher. Cruise plays Major William Cage, a military guy with no military experience who nds himself thrust into a global war in the middle of Europe. e opponents: some giant insect like invaders who came to Earth via a meteor. Yes, it sounds like S tarship Troopers or War of the Worlds. e twist (this is based on a best selling Japanese book) comes in the form via that Groundhog Day premise. Because of Cages close contact with a particular variant of the insects, he gets to die and live again, over and over and over. e lms tagline is almost part of its title: Live. Die. Repeat. Each time Cage is killed o, and it must happen hundreds of times, but we dont see every killing, Cage gains from the experience and increases his odds of beating the alien invaders. Helping him is special forces warrior Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt), who had the same amazing ability, until a blood transfusion ended her ability to reset the clock. Edge of Tomorrow (directed by Doug Liman of e Bourne Identity and Swingers fame) is a nice mix of science ction with bits of comedy thrown in as Cage nds he must overcome the same hurdles and military bureaucracy time aer time. He knows his entire unit is on a suicide mission, the enemy knows what they are going to do before they get there, but they all killed over and over again. e supporting cast includes Bill Paxton (Aliens, HBOs Big Love) Brendan Gleeson (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1) and Noah Taylor (Lawless). Edge of Tomorrow is available in Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D and DVD. Blu-ray bonus features include: Operation Downfall Adrenaline Cut Storming e Beach Weapons Of e Future Creatures Not Of is World On e Edge With Doug Liman Deleted Scenes Standard DVD bonuses include: .Weapons Of e Future Creatures Not Of is World.DVDsContinued from Page B-1 be pre-registered by Oct. 11, or a $10 late fee will be charged. e skunk entry fee is $15 for the rst skunk, $10 for each additional skunk. If your house is overrun with skunks, the maximum charge is $50. To register your skunk, contact Lisa or Keith Cober at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 388-756-6385. You dont have to have a skunk to attend the show. Non-skunk participants are admitted for $2. No other animals are permitted. In addition to the show, the gathering is a great place for those interested in learning about having a skunk as a pet. e event includes vendors selling skunk products and raes. Skunk enthusiasts can make a weekend out of it. ere is a special overnight rate at the Ramada for skunk show participants. Your skunk can even stay in the room with you, but there is a $25 pet deposit, which is refundable. All proceeds from the show to Florida Skunks as Pets, a network of skunk owners dedicated to fostering and nding homes for domestic skunks when their owners can no longer care for them. 13+ is the Orlando-area based channel. I downloaded the News 13+ app and it is pretty much is a one-stop location for not only news, sports and entertainment, but live radar, 24 hours a day. e apps also provide SAF-T Net custom weather warnings that track your location and notify you when storms move into your area. In addition, users can interact directly with the stations by sending in story ideas, photos and videos on a special feedback page. e apps are available for download at: mynews13. com/appcenter and baynews9.com/appcenter. My current favorite weather application currently is Accuweather. While it does pretty much the same thing the other weather apps do, it does have one handy feature during the rainy season: Minutecast. It has a visual graph showing participation in the area over the next 120 minutes, with an accompanying graph that tells you what intensity you can expect. A few days ago, I switched on my phone and the app said there will be light rain in the area in one minute, and I had barely looked up from the phone (from my passenger seat) and the rain drops began falling. And, yes, it works for snow as well, but that isnt a likely scenario in Central Florida, even with climate changes. At least not this year. Warner Bros. The Live. Die. Repeat. theme is actually a more tting name for Edge of Tomorrow, the Tom Cruise science ction lm coming out on Blu-ray and DVD, Tuesday. 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Page B4, Breakfast charity evente West Kissimmee LongHorn Steakhouse will host a Campre Breakfast event on Saturday, Oct. 11 from 8 to 10 a.m. to benet the Westside K-8 school. e breakfast will cost $5 per person, and will feature steak, bacon, eggs, juice and beverages. Longhorn Steakhouse is located at 8150 W. U.S. Highway 192 in Kissimmee. Tickets can be bought in advance at the school or call 407-390-1748. Veterans weekendSolivita will host Salute to Veterans Weekend, Nov. 7-11 with various events, proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity and USO Central Florida. Events include a Kick O Street Party, Nov. 7; a 5K/10K run, golf tournament, Nov. 8, Guiness Book of Records event (the worlds largest ice cream dessert), Nov. 8; charity variety show at 6:30 p.m., Nov. 10; and Veterans Memorial Service, Nov. 11. For more information contact Marissa Cardona at 863-427-7125.Education forume Summit on Puerto Rican Aairs in Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month hosts Education Forum #2 with the topic Ongoing Education: Workforce Preparedness and Personal Enrichment, Wednesday, Oct. 8, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Valencia College Osceola Campus, Building 4, Room 105. Space is limited. To reserve your space email email@example.com.Aluminum can driveCalling all cans, aluminum that is. Life in the Son Ministries uses them to serve the homeless and veterans of Osceola County. e group also collects old appliances, which they will pick up. You may also drop your cans at 18 W. Bass St. in downtown Kissimmee or call 407-933-0300 for appliance pick up.Artisans neededLocal artists, craers, and farmers are needed for the Holiday Market, Dec. 13 at the Narcoossee Elementary School, 2690 North Narcoossee Road, St. Cloud. Sell your homemade/ homegrown goods e cost per 10x10 space is $25. All proceeds benet the circa 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse restoration. Hosted by Narcoossee Area Chapter of Osceola County Historical Society. For registration paperwork and deadline visit www. narcoosseehistory. org or email info@ narcoosseehistory.org. Phone: 407-595-6727.Citywide garage saleSt. Cloud will hold another citywide garage sale Nov. 7-9. Residents/property owners qualify for the citywide no-fee permit for yards sales during the event. e City Council authorizes two annual citywide garage sales. Free community concertChristian Life Church, 2750 Partin Settlement Road, will host a free concert, Sunday, Oct. 26 at 6 p.m. with the Ferguson Family along with e Groves Family. For more information call Wayne at 407-436-2210.Garden club returnsSt. Cloud Garden Clubs rst meeting of the year is on Saturday, Oct. 18 at 11.30 a.m. at the St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th St., B Hall. e meeting will welcome new members as well as returning members and to discuss plans for the upcoming year. Members are asked to bring a covered dish for buet style lunch and donation for the Food Pantry. e club typically meets the second Saturday of each month, October through May unless otherwise noted. All welcome. For information call Alan Gouldthorp, 321373-7649.Tootsie Roll Drivee Knights of Columbus Council, Saint omas Aquinas Catholic Church, 700 Brown Chapel Rd. St Cloud will be holding a Tootsie Roll Drive for the intellectually challenged, for Bishop Grady Village, on Oct. 17-18 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Winn Dixie store, 3328 Canoe Creek Road. No donation is too small, and all proceeds stay within the community. Yard SaleTMCL (Teen Moms Choose Life of Central Florida) is having a yard sale Saturday, October 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 3310 Cypress Point Circle, St. Cloud. e sale will feature, clothes all sizes and ages, toys, household items, furniture, and much more. Transportation community workshopere will be an East Central Florida Corridor Task Force Community Workshop, Tuesday, Oct. 7 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Kissimmee Civic Center Ballroom, 201 East Dakin Ave. e task force was created to develop consensus recommendations on future transportation corridors in the region. Transportation sta will present on over of the task forces work to date. Participants can add their input on the various issues. For more information, visit www. ECFCorridorTaskForce.orgViva Osceola boothse deadline to reserve a booth for the upcoming Viva Osceola is almost here. Booths must be reserved by 4 p.m., Oct. 7. Viva Osceola will be held at the Kissimmee Lakefront Park, Oct. 11, featuring live music, arts and cras, kid stu and more. Contact Tatiana Sutton at 407-8475573 for more information.Float-a-CadeOsceola County 4-H families and friends will kayak and canoe historic Shingle Creek on Saturday, Oct. 11, as part of a nationwide celebration of the 4-H youth development program. e event is scheduled from 9 am to approximately 1 pm. Pre-registration is required online by Oct. 8 at https://4hoatacade2014. eventbrite.com. For questions contact Kevin Kersey, volunteer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Miss Ellie (Eleanor Foerste) UF IFAS Extension Faculty at 407-908-4379 (cell). Float-A-Cade will launch on Shingle Creek from the new Paddling Center at Steee Landing, 4266 West Vine Street (Highway 192). Parking and onsite check will be at the Welcome Center (4155 West Vine Street). Elvis/countryKenn E. Grube will appear in concert at the American Legion Post #10 in Kissimmee as Elvis and in a country music show, Sunday, Oct. 19 at 1:30 p.m. Admission is $10 at the door. Breast cancer awareness gamesSCYF youth football will host the breast cancer awareness games Oct. 11 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.. During each tackle game that day (at half time) there will be a rae that chooses 5 people (plus one preselected dignitary local celebrity to come out and have the chance to kick a eld goal for a donated prize; $20 per rae to enter for the chance to kick the eld goal. For more information or to make a donation, contact Traci Reno 321-624-3168Fall Start Smart Soccere city of Kissimmee Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities Department is oering Start Smart Soccer for preschool aged participants. e Start Smart program will teach children the basic motor skills necessary to play organized soccer while they work one-on-one and spend quality time with their parents. e program focuses on teaching children and their parents kicking, dribbling/ball handling skills, trapping, throw-ins and running/agility without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Start Smart Soccer meets once a week for six weeks at Mark Durbin Community Park through Nov. 5. For more information or to register, call 407-518-2360. Divorce care/divorce care for KidsDivorceCare is a 13-week program designed to help you nd comfort and healing in a divorce recovery support group program. DivorceCare for Kids, a program for children 5 years of age, is a companion to the adult DivorceCare. Start your family on the road to recovery today, register at dckissimmee. com. Seating is limited at Poinciana Christian, Church, 3181 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee. e program runs through Dec. 17, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Bingo fund raisere Osceola County Home and Community Education Fall Fundraiser Card Bingo and Luncheon will be held Friday, Oct. 24. It will he held at Extension Services, Osceola Heritage Park, 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee starting at 11:30 am. Call 321-6973000 for more information.Flu shotsFlu season is fast approaching so its never too early to get your annual u shot. Flu shots will be available at the Humana Guidance Center in Kissimmee, 3180 W. Vine St., on Friday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. ose wishing to receive a u shot must show proof of insurance at the time of service. All insurance is accepted and the u shots are free with insurance. No cash, checks or credit cards will be accepted. No pre-registration required. Walk-ins welcome. Humana Medicare Advantage members can also see their primary care physician or participating clinic for a u shot. For more information, call 407-932-5340.OBI Public meetinge OBI/Osceola Ballot Initiative will be meeting on the rst ursday of each month at Fat Boys in St. Cloud at 11:30 a.m. and on the third ursday of each Month at 7 p.m. at the Kis simmee Arena, (Gary Suhls rodeo) on Hoagland Boulevard, Kissimmee. Meetings are open to everyone and are free. If you are inter ested in what happens in the county, plan to attend.Supper Clube Osceola Council on Aging has restarted its monthly Supper Club every third Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. e Supper Club is a health and wellness outreach program of the Osceola Council on Aging to reach the more active seniors in our community. It is a social setting where seniors are able to socialize with others, enjoy a meal based on the theme of the monthly event and dance to lively music. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 407-846-8532, Ext 513. A donation of $8 is payable at the door to help cover the cost of the meal and entertainment. Sponsorships of this event are available.Smart Driver ClassA Smart Driver Class will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 21, from 9 a.m. 4 p.m. at the Osceola Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. AARP, oers a driver safety course Smart Driver designed to help all drivers be safer while be hind the wheel. e course is $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members payable on the day of the class. Call 888-227-7669 to register. Fun Seekers travel Clube Fun Seekers Travel Club meets the second Monday of every month at the Elks Lodge o of Kings Highway in Kissimmee. e meeting will be from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Day trips, overnights and cruises will be discussed. For more information on trips or about the club call 407846-0088 or email gtskiss@ aol.com or visit the website grouptravelspecialistskiss. com.Teen pregnancyTeen Moms choose life of Central Florida is a nonprot Osceola County organization helping young moms nd the resources and support to have a successful pregnancy and birth and raise a healthy baby. e group meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. e group has a donation room at Zenith High School lled with various baby items and a stocked pantry. is months meeting is Oct. 21 at 1557 Mill Slough Road, Kissimmee.New to St. Cloud?I f you are new to the area or looking for activities, the St. Cloud Senior Center has a variety of activity clubs run by seniors but open to all ages. Groups include: State of Origin Clubs, dance clubs, exercise clubs, tai chi, shueboard, mahjong, card clubs, A T.O.P.S. weight reduction chapter, garden club, needlework club, quilting club and Sons of Italy Vets Camp. Musical groups include e Osceola Community Orchestra, Silver Clouds Chorus, two music clubs. ere also are social dances on Monday and Saturday nights as well as special events and shows. For more information on all activities visit www.scscci.org.Spaghetti dinnere Boy Scouts of Troop 192 will be serving their famous spaghetti at the First United Methodist Church at 1000 10th Street, St. Cloud from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. on Nov. 1. A single dinner includes home-made spaghetti sauce over pasta, garlic bread, salad, beverage and dessert for $7. A party of four dines for $24. Dine in or carry out. For more information on this event or on the troop, visit the website:www. stcloud192.mytroop.us.Health insuranceHealth Insurance Marketplace oers information on healthcare. You can enroll for individual coverage through Healthcare.gov. and get insurance covering any pre-existing conditions. Get help to apply for subsidies. Free enrollment. e marketplace is located at 421 W. Vine St., Kissimmee. Spanish, Portugese and French spoken, in addition to English. Call 407-7294508 for information. How to Survive Your Role as Caregiver Caring for a loved one with Alzheimers disease or re lated dementia can be over whelming at times for the caregiver. Visit the Osceola Council on Aging and learn about caregiver stress and healthy ways for dealing with it at a special class on Friday, Oct. 10, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the main campus located at 700 Gen eration Point, Kissimmee. e class is free and reserva tions are not required, but respite is not available. Call the Alzheimers & Demen tia Resource Center at 407843-1910 for more informa tion about this presentation.Goodwill Job DayGood will Industries of Cen tral Florida will be hosting its rst Job Fair Day, today from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kissimmee Job Connection Center, 1356 E. Vine St. Job fairs will be held at all nine of Goodwills Job Connec tion Centers, hosting more than 100 employers.Sons of Italy Lodge 2523e Osceola County Lodge 2523 Order Sons of Italy in America meets the third Tuesday of each month beginning at 7 p.m. at St. omas Aquinas Social Halls Aquinas Room. e lodge welcomes all men and women of Italian heritage, their spouses and nonItalian friends to join. Events are held throughout the year for charities and local high school scholarships. For more information contact, lodge president Gertrude Dorries at 321-286-6787.Free Medicare counselingSHINE oers free Medicare counseling yearround at the following locations. Counseling is on a rst-come, rst-served basis. Bring a list of all medications, insurance card, Medicare card. Annual enrollment period is Oct. 15 to Dec. 7. Generation Center, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee, 407-846-8532 10 a.m. noon. e rst and See Events, page B-5 COMMUNITYCOMMUNITY C OMMUNITY C OMMUNITY www.aroundosceola.comGo to: www.aroundosceola.comGo to: Kids meet city officials Submitted photoKissimmee Mayor Jim Swan and City Commissioner Cheryl Grieb attended Makira Watfords first grade class recently at First United Methodist School. The students are learning about government in social studies and had fun asking questions and participating in a class discus sion with the city officials. Both city officials answered every question. Swan and Grieb ended the meet and greet time with a big thank-you to teacher, Watford; principal, Dr. Richelle Sampl; and first-grader, Olivia Siegel for inviting them. Each child also received a goody bag. and in return, Watfords class prepared a handmade thank-you card designed by student, Charlotte Lee and was signed by each student.
Saturday, October 4, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5 third Tuesday of the Month. second Wednesday of the on the second and fourth Dream Village Gala event is at Reunion Resort. College Night across the country. More Wills and Trusts seminar Tue Christmas Boutique Document shredding Park And Ride Lot behind Griefshare recovery meetings faiths who have suered Kissimmee mall walkersJoin seniors to exercise and Hebrew study Osceola Fan Faire Republican Party headquarters Pancake breakfast Fun 2 B Fit Club Ahoy Travel Club and third Mondays at the Music, dancing event Flea Market Domino Club at www Tai Chi classes It Ladies needed for g amesLadie Food bank League looking for Marines De variety Bluegrass jam center. ited. Musicians interested in American Legion Post 10 Fridays is seafood invited. Hospice Care volunteers area who can befriend Cribbage Poinciana Friends of the Library on the third Tuesday each reached at Friends of the Events See Events, page B-6 100414.SNG 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
See Events, page B-3 Library, P.O. Box 702087, St. Cloud, Fl. 34770-2087.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 cards. 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., Kissimmee, phone 4078464141.Belles and Beaus Dance Clube Belles and Beaus Danc e 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 So Touch band. Singles and couples are welcome. Refreshments are provided. Cost: $5 per person. Details: 407-277-7008. bellesandbeausdance.com.Volunteer opportunitiese Osceola County Historical Society is always looking for new volunteers. Contact Kristi Prescott at 407-396-8644 or Kristi@ osceolahistory.org for more information. First serviceFa ith 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. 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. Spirit 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 je ds email@example.com.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 program activities such as mileage, postage, and necessary supplies.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.Kissimmee Lionse Kissimmee Lions Club meets the rst and third Monday of each month at the clubhouse, 3050 Lions Court, just o Osceola Parkway, Kissimmee. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m., followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. Men and women 18 and older are invited to visit the club. Used glasses and hearing aids will be collected. For more information, call Phyllis Brannaman at 407847-2744.Volun teer child advocates neededInterested in helping a child? Volunteers are needed to be advocates for children in foster care. For more information, contact Linder Snider, volunteer program coordinator at 407-742-6656 or linder.snider@gal..gov.Self-defense classesSelf-defense classes, oered by Grand Master Harry Hamzy will be held each Tuesday and ursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Proceeds will benet St. Judes Childrens Hospital and MADD. For information call 407870-8477.Narcoossee Historical Society meetinge Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society has a new time for its meetings. ey will now be at 5:30 p.m. on the rst Monday of each month at the Narcoossee Community Center 5354 Rambling Road, Narcoossee. For more info see www. narcoosseehistory.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 407 595-6727.Healing TouchHis Healing Touch cancer support/encouragement group meets the rst Wednesday of every month at 5:15 p.m. at First Baptist Church Kissimmee, Building C.VFW KissimmeeVFW Post 4225 is at 504 S. Randolph Ave., Kissimmee. e Ladies Auxiliary meet at 7 p.m. the rst Wednesday of each month. e Mens Auxiliary meet at 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month. Events include Meat Bingo 7 p.m. on the third Tuesday each month. Dinners are served 5-7 p.m. each Saturday, followed by karaoke. Call 407-847-7855 for scheduled events.Boggy Creek Specia l OlympicsBoggy Creek Elementary School in Kissimmee is the rst program to house the Young Athletes Program for Special Olympics. e Young Athletes Program (YAP) is an innovative sports play program for children ages 2-7 with intellectual and developmental disabilities (and their peers). It teaches the fundamentals of sports before becoming an athlete in Special Olympics. is is a free program and is geared to the Sunshine State Standards. For more information or to start a program in your school or community, contact YAP Coordinator Aspacia Lindstrom at 407-760-3349 or email@example.com Lions Club e Lions Club is now requesting anyone who has photos of a past president of the club for its Lest We Forget album and records to contact Phyllis Brannaman at 407-847-2744. Fitness & Running (GOFAR)Walkers and runners are welcome to participate in GOFAR on Tuesdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud Lakefront Marina, Wednesdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at Vintage Vino, Kissimmee, and ursdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at the corner of 10th Street and New York, St. Cloud.SCUBA Club Sociale SCUBA Club Social meets at Broadway Pizza Bar, 403 Broadway in downtown Kissimmee at 6:30 p.m., every second Monday of the month. Bring your stories, dive wish list and appetite and enjoy the company of fellow divers. No fees, dues or membership. Call Ron or Mike at 407-483-5941 for more information.EuchreEuchre is played every Tuesday at the American Legion post 10 on Lake shore Drive at 1 p.m.. A beginners lesson is at 12:20 p.m. Everyone is invited.Senior Exercise ClassWould you like to begin a regular exercise class in St. Cloud and meet new friends? The group meets three days a week at the St. Cloud Senior Center located at 702 Indiana Ave., from 8 to 9 a.m. We exercise all parts of the body and for those who are not as mobile as others some of the exercises can be done sitting. Mats are provided for floor exercises, but you are requested to bring a towel. Call Seniorcize Club President Jane Grimm at 407-892-5775 for additional information.Pinochle Wednesday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Contact Bobbi Clement by calling 407892-2749.Celebrate RecoveryCome celebrate recovery. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12 step program based on Biblical principles with the purpose of letting God restore our mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health with His healing power. rough Celebrate Recoverys 12 steps, which uses scriptures from the Bible along with the 8 Celebrate Recovery principles, individuals can begin healing and gain freedom from hurts, habits and hang-ups (including self-esteem issues, divorce, grief, co-dependency, depression, alcohol addictions, sex addiction, eating disorders, anxiety disorders, people who have been sexually abused and everyday life struggles etc.). Celebrate Recovery meetings take place every Friday night from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at First Christian Church of Kissimmee, 415 N Main St. For more information call 407-847-2543 or visit the Ministries tab at www.fcc kissimmee.org .German American Clube Osceola German Club meets the second Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Club on Kings Highway in Kissimmee. Anyone interested in German culture and meetin g new friends is welcome to join the group. For more information, call Kay at 407-931-1645.VolunteersVITAS 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, make crafts, help repair medical equipment or help with administrative work. Call 407-691-4541 or e-mail central.floridavolunt eers @vitas.com for more information.BVL Crime Watche BVL Neighborhood Watch Coalition invites citizens to be the extra eyes and ears in your neighborhood. You can join your neighbors and help take a bite out of crime the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at the Robert Guevara Community Center, 501 Florida Parkway, Kissimmee. For more information, call 407-201-6333.St. Cloud Librarye Friends of the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial Library meet on the third ursda y of each month from 11 a.m. until noon in a meeting room on the upper level of the library. e meeting follows the Book Club Group Meeting which starts at 10 a.m. e Friends main purpose is to promote the library. If you are interested, come to the Friends meeting and the Book Club.OSCAR Toastmasterse OSCAR Toastmaster Club meets weekly at the Osceola County Realtors Association. Everyone is invited to sharpen their speaking skills at the meetings. Meetings are held Mondays at 5:30 p.m. at 1405 Shady Lane. You do not have to be a Realtor to take part. For more information contact Betty Dobbie at 407-8464500 or email bdobbie@ integrity.com.Fu n Seekers Tra vel Clube Fun Seekers Travel Club m eets the second Monday of every month at the Elks Lodge on Kings Highway in Kissimmee. e meeting will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Day trips, overnights and cruises will be discussed. For more information on trips or about the club, call 407846-0088 or email gtskiss@ aol.com. Visit the website grouptravelspecialistskiss. comVolunteer Opportunitye AARP Tax-Aide program provides free tax preparation to 2.6 million taxpayers per year. Most of these taxpayers are seniors. AARP provides extensive training, soware and hardware. If you are interested in volunteering, contact sam_garwood@ umit.maine.edu or go to the AARP Tax-Aide website for more information.Line Dancee Smith N Western Advanced Line Dance Club meets at the St. Cloud Senior Center on Fridays 6 9 p.m. in Hall A. Lessons & Open Dance. Basic knowledge of line dance steps is required. All ages welcome. A donation of $2 per person is requested. For information call Gail Smith 407-408-5039.Friends of Mahjong Tuesday and Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Contact Louise Owens by calling 407-9578733. Club dues are free for the rst year and then its $20 per year. It covers all shuing and card games. Volunteer child advocates neededInterested in helping a child? Volunteers are needed to be advocates for children in foster care. For more information, contact Linder Snider, volunteer program coordinator at 407-742-6656 or linder.snider@gal..gov.GriefShare Recoverye GriefShare recovery and support group meets at First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, 1717 13th St., on ursday nights from 7-8:30 p.m. A second location for meetings is the EventsContinued from Page B-5See Events, page B-7 Page B6, Request forms should be updated every year. KEEP IT COMING!OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE 108 Church Street Kissimmee, FL 34741 FAX: 407-846-8516 YES! 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Saturday, October 4, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B7 Village Church at Good Samaritan Village, 1441 Hoeger Circle, Kissimmee, Friday mornings from 1011:30 a.m. GriefShare features nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. Seminar sessions include e Journey of Grief, When Your Spouse Dies, Your Family and Grief, Why? and Stuck in Grief. Following the presentation, all those present may share their experiences, their questions, and their reactions to grief. It is a safe place for all. is 13-week session is open to people of all faiths who have suered the loss of a loved one. For more information, contact Nancy Boss at 407-873-1067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.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.Opportunity Center Board Memberse Opportunity Center (Osceola ARC) is looking for board members. If you have a heart for persons with disabilities and want to serve the community, the center has a volunteer opportunity for you. e board meets the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6:15 p.m. at e Opportunity Center on 310 North Clyde Avenue, Kissimmee. For more information, call Sherry Cain at 407847-6016, Ext. 5060.OSCAR Toastmasterse OSCAR Toastmaster Club meets weekly at the Osceola County Realtors Association. Everyone is invited to sharpen their speaking skills at the meetings. Meetings are held Mondays at 5:30 p.m. at 1405 Shady Lane. You do not have to be a Realtor to take part. For more information contact Betty Dobbie at 407-8464500 or email bdobbie@ integrity.com.e American Legion of Kissimmee Post 10 is having the following events: Friday: Bingo at 5:30 p.m.; seafood dinner from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday: dinner from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; dancing at 7 p.m. Sunday: bingo at 4 p.m. Tuesday: karaoke from noon to 4 p.m.; bean bag rst and third Tuesday at 7 p.m. For more information, call the post at 407-847-4193 or Frank Rohman at 407-9222019. Social Dance/ Country DanceMo nday nights from 7 to 10 p.m. are Social Dance nights at the St. Cloud Senior Center in Hall A; live bands every Monday, all year long. ese dances are subject to hall maintenance scheduling. A donation of $4 per person is requested. Saturday nights from 7 to 10 p.m. are Country Dance nights at the St. Cloud Senior Center in Hall A; live bands on Fridays, November through April. On these months, a donation of $4 per person is requested. On other months, music will be provided by a DJ and admission is free. All ages are welcome. For more information regarding the social dance, call John McMahon at, 407951-9700.Caribbean and Toho FriendsToho Friends meet at noon the second ursday of every month with a covered dish lunch and Bingo at the Parks and Recreation Building, 717 N. Palm Ave. All seniors are welcome.Floridian Associatione Caribbean and Floridia n Association holds its regular general monthly meetings every fourth Saturday of the month at 6 p.m. Meetings are held at Solid Rock Youth and Educational Center located at 1904 N. Michigan Ave., Kissimmee. All are welcome to attend. For mor e information call CAFA at 407-953-5544.Nar coossee Area American Legion Post 10e American Legion Post 10 Kissimmee, 200 Lake Shore Blvd. will hold the followi ng events: Sundays from noon until closing are game days, free pool, bowling, and pingpong. 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., the public is welcome; Euchre also will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. and also is open to the public. Wednesdays are Barn Yard Bingo every rst and third Wednesday. ursdays are Barn Yard Bingo every second and fourth ursdays. On Fridays, a seafood dinner will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. followed by entertainment by a live band and dancing from 7 to 11 p.m., the public is invited. On Saturdays, dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. followed by entertainment by a live band and dancing, the public is invited. e American Legion Post 10 has a large hall available for rent for special occasions. Anyone interested may contact Judy. For mor e information, call 407-847-4193.e Spirit of Lodge 221 F&A.M. meetingSt. Cloud Lodge 221 F&A.M. holds stated communications on the second and fourth ursdays of each month at 7:30 p.m. Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge, 901 Oregon Ave., St. Cloud. Contact Jim Rouse, secretary, at 407-892-4412 or email yeggp@ aol.com.Heritage Museume St. Cloud Heritage Museum hosts a historical scavenger hunt every Saturday from 11 a.m. 3 p.m. for school age children to adults. Discover, learn and have fun during this very special journey to the past. e museum is open to the public for learning about St Cloud history as well as military memorabilia. For museum information, contact Jean Witherington at 407-957-4347 or jow email@example.com. Museum hours are ursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1012 Massachusetts Ave., St. CloudSons of Italy 2523e Osceola County Order Sons of Italy in America Lodge 2523 meets at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at Kissimmee Bay Golf and Country Club. e lodge welcomes all men and women of Italian heritage (or spouse that is Italian) to join. It holds events throughout the year for charities and high school scholarships. For more information, contact lodge president Gertrude Dorries at 321-286-6787 for more information.Confederate Rosee Frances Kirby Smith 22 Chapter, Order of Confederate Rose is an independent support group to the Sons of Confederate Veterans and local camps thereof. It is nonprot, nonracial, nonpolitical and nonsectarian. Confederate ancestry is not required for membership. It assists SCV with its historical, educational, benevolent and social functions. Special emphasis is placed on the preservation of Confederate symbols. e meetings are held the third Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Library, Barbara ornton Room, in St. Cloud. For more information, email franceskirbysmith22ocr@ gmail.comGoodwill seeks volunteersGoodwill Industries of Centr al Florida is calling for volunteers at its retail stores, warehouse and administrative oces. e hours are exible and positions are suitable for volunteers of all skill levels, including students (must be 16 or older), retirees or anyone who wants to give back and support Goodwills mission of helping people with barriers to employment nd jobs. To apply, visit www. goodwillc.org volunteering opportunities are listed under the Donate tab. For any additional questions, or to arrange volunteer groups, contact Darlene Kaiser at 407235-1536 or dkaiser@ goodwillc.org.St. Cloud Friends of the Librarye Friends of the St. Clo ud Branch Veterans Memorial Library meet on the third ursday of each month from 11 a.m. to noon on the upper level of the library.e main purpose is to promote the library. It also has a St. Cloud Book Club that meets from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the third ursday of each month.ats located at U.S. Highway 192 and Indiana Street in St. Cloud.If you are interested in reading good books and meeting inter esting people, come join the group. Line dance e Smith N Western Advanced Line Dance Club meets at the St. Cloud Senior Center Fridays from 6 to 9 p.m. in Hall A. ere are lessons and open dance. Basic knowledge of line dance steps is required. All ages are welcome. A donation of $2 per person is requested. For more information, call Gail Smith at 407-408-5039.Kissimmee Writers Groupe Kissimmee Writers Group is looking for ction writers and authors of all genres. Attendance is free and open to everyone, from aspiring writer to published author. e group motto is Writers Helping Writers, and member benets include education, critique, networking, and support. Meetings are held on the second ursday of each month from 6-8 p.m. at the Hart Memorial Library in downtown Kissimmee, 211 E. Dakin Ave., Kissimmee. For more information, email Randy Austin at firstname.lastname@example.org.Access FloridaNew Horizon Family Center, 2958 Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee, has programs on food assistance, temporary cash assistance, and Medicaid to help in purchasing food, paying home expenses, and paying for medical services. Assistance is available Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or call to make an appointment. For more information call, 407-201-7906.EventsContinued from Page B-6 Since 2002, Porta Coeli has provided respectful service and options for families to create a meaningful service at an affordable cost. 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Page B8, To Place Your Ad Here Call 407-846-7600 OSCEOLA OSCEOLA Visit AroundOsceola.com and check out the Whats Cookin page for fantastic recipes that you and your family will enjoy. Watch on-line videos that guide you through each step of the cooking process. Its entertaining and informative. Weve added an exciting new Lifestyles feature for our readers! With over 700 professionally lmed HD videos with new ones added weekly, and over 3,000 text recipes for download. Each video recipe is accompanied by a list of ingredients and step by step instructions. Visit www.aroundosceola.com In the Lifestyles section. Whats On The Side? Ingredients2 to 3 pounds assorted tomatoes (cherry, plum, beefsteak, assorted colors), diced 2 garlic cloves, pressed 1/2 cup hand torn basil leaves 6 ounces mozzarella cheese, diced 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar Zest of 1 lemon Juice from half of a lemon Kosher salt & fresh ground pepper to taste 1 pound whole wheat pasta (try dierent varieties) Freshly grated Parmesan cheeseInstructions1. In a large bowl, combine tomatoes, garlic, basil, mozzarella, oil, vinegar, lemon juice, lemon zest, salt and pepper. 2. Cover and let stand at room temperature for 1-2 hours. 3. Boil pasta according to package directions. 4. Drain* the pasta and add to the bowl. 5. Toss the pasta to coat completely and the cheese starts to melt. 6. Serve hot or at room temperature. 7. Before serving, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and garnish with more fresh basil. *Reserve about -cup of cooking liquid to add to the pasta if it seems a bit dry. InstructionsPreheat oven 375 degrees 1. Place onions into a mini chopper and pulse chop until onions are almost pureed. 2. Melt butter in a small frying pan, add onions and cook over medium to high heat until onions are translucent. 3. Remove onions from heat and place them back into mini chopper. 4. Place all remaining marinade ingredients into mini chopper and pulse 3 to 4 times to mix all marinade ingredients together. 5. Place both tenderloins into a large Zip lock bag, add marinade, seal bag and give it a few shakes to mix all ingredients together. Refrigerate at least 4 hours (I prefer overnight). 6. Remove Zip lock bag with tenderloins from refrigerator and set on counter for 15-20 minutes to take the chill out of the tenderloin. 7. Place both tenderloins into a glass baking/roasting pan and discard the marinade. 8. Place tenderloins into preheated 375 degree F. oven and bake 25 minutes or until internal temperature of the tenderloins are 160 degrees. 9. Remove tenderloins from oven and cover with foil let them rest on counter for at least 10 minutes before slicing. 10. While tenderloins are resting prepare the sauce. For the Sauce: 1. Melt 2 tablespoons salted butter over med/high heat, add chopped onions, cook 2 to 3 minutes. 2. Add olive oil and cook 1 to 2 minutes until onions are translucent. 3. Lower heat to medium, add g lling, chicken stock and continue to cook until sauce reduces by half. 4. Fold fresh g pieces into sauce, remove from heat, and set aside. For the Couscous: 1. Follow instructions on box (I prefer to use the microwave instructions). 2. Add White Balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and peppers to cooked couscous and mix well. Plating your pork tenderloin: 1. Fix couscous on serving platter. 2. Slice tenderloins inch thick on a diagonal, and arrange on top of couscous. 3. Pour warm sauce over tenderloins.Pasta SaladStrawberries and CreamInstructions2 pounds Cortland apples, peeled and cored 1 cup white sugar cup brown sugar 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon cup all purpose our 2 nine-inch pie crusts Pork Tenderloin with Fig SauceFigs are used extensively in Mediterranean and Middle East cooking. You may have heard of Italian sweets such as Fig and Ricotta Tarts, Fig and Pistachio Biscotti and of course Italian Fig Cookies. But they are also used for more savory foods, such as this Pork Tenderloin marinated in an onion and g mixture and then served over couscous with an onion and fresh g sauce. If you can get them, there is nothing quite like the unique taste and texture of a fresh g. ey can be eaten whole, skin, seeds and esh. Since fresh gs are one of the most perishable fruits, they should be purchased only a day or two in advance of when you are planning on eating them. Look for gs that have a rich, deep color and are plump and tender, but not mushy. Ripe gs should be kept in the refrigerator where they will stay fresh for about two days. California gs are available from June through September; while some European varieties are available through autumn. Dried gs are available throughout the year and you can use dried gs in most recipes. e ripe g fruit does not transport well, and once picked does not keep well. Because of this, the majority of gs are dried, either by exposure to sunlight or through an articial process, creating a sweet and nutritious dried fruit that can be enjoyed throughout the year. When purchasing dried gs, make sure that they are still relatively so, free of mold, and have a mellow, pleasant smell. Whats For Dessert?Ingredients1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees 2. Peel and slice apples. 3. Toss apples with sugar (white and brown), cinnamon and our and set aside. 4. If you made your own crust, roll it out to make slightly larger in order to t into a nine-inch pie plate. 5. Fit bottom crust in pie pan, turn in apple mixture and dot with butter. Put top crust on and crimp edges of crust together. 6. Wet hands with water and dampen top of pie. You can sprinkle with additional sugar. Puncture top with fork or create three to four slits with a knife to vent. 7. Bake 15 min. at 450 degrees, reduce heat to 350 degrees and continue baking for 45 minutes more, until crust is golden brown. Serve warm with a wedge of cheddar cheese or vanilla ice-cream. 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