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Suspects sought for ATM skimming devices, A-2 OBC golf tournament results Wet and wild at Makinson Aquatic CenterPage A-6 Index:Page A4 ...................................... Editorial Page A6 ........................................... Sports Page B1 .............. Arts & Entertainment Page B4 ................................Community Page B8 ........................... Whats Cookin Page C1 .....................................Classied Page C3 ...........................................LegalsCountys largest Hispanic festival is at Lakefront Park See page B-1is is the 23rd year for Viva Osceola in Kissimmee. e event starts at 11 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. Serving Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Celebration, Poinciana, Harmony, Narcoossee, BVL Page B-4Saturday Edition By Charlie Reed Staff Writer A pedestrian bridge that eventually will span John Young Parkway is taking shape, with completion expected this spring. e $9 million project funded by state and federal grants will connect the east and west sides of the six-lane highway just north of its intersection with Columbia Avenue. e 220-foot wide metal bridge will display a welcome sign, solar-powered lights, LED panels for digitized messages and trac information, with winding, spiral ramps on either side. Its a continuation of the Kissimmee Trail Loop bike path and also part of the regional Shingle Creek Trail, covering 32 miles between Orange and Osceola counties. Eventually, the trail will merge into a larger network that will extend from Kissimmee to Wekiva Springs State Park in Seminole County, and from Orlando to Mascotte in Lake County. e bridge over the parkway also represents the kind of pedestrian-oriented infrastructure Kissimmee is moving toward to reduce trac and build ridership on public transportation, said Craig Holland, director of Development Services for the city of Kissimmee. e world is not going to get any less congested trac wise, he said. Were not anti-car but at a point theres no way to really relieve it. e roads are going to be crowded. Holland said the city is working with Lynx to establish a circulator bus that would connect the citys major employers including Osceola Regional Medical Center, Florida Hospital, Valencia College and the city and county administration buildings. With Kissimmees SunRail station scheduled to open in 2016 alongside the Lynx super stop bus station downtown, the city is expected to become a hub for public transportation, he said. Kissimmees plans to revitalize Vine Street the stretch of U.S. Highway 192 running through city limits are being developed with this in mind, Holland said. e strip mall model that characterized much of the development along the highway in the 1980s and 90s is being replaced with plans to bring in mixed-use development, a combination of commercial businesses and residential properties, with an emphasis on density and height, Holland said. Building communities where people Pedestrian parkway bridge taking shapeCompletion is expected in the spring News-Gazette Photo/Marc CleryVehicles drive under the crossover bridge, currently under construction, on John Young Parkway in Kissimmee on Thursday.See Bridge, page A-3 Rough rideNews-Gazette Photo/Marc CleryJustin Miller with team Pro Rodeo Gear rides bareback during the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Champions Challenge at the Silver Spurs Arena on Oct. 4. By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Osceola County, in all its whimsy, was the star of a series of videos last weekend. Film crews were out capturing the best of Osceola Countys unique oerings in order to showcase them to travel-savvy consumers potential visitors in international markets. e work is part of a partnership between Experience Kissimmee, the countys tourism marketing arm, and Brand USA, a cooperative destination marketing organization that works to enhance the image of the U.S. among worldwide travelers in order to inuence intent to visitation and spend. On Monday, New Yorkbased lmmaker Amon Focus was at Wild Florida getting footage of the native ora and fauna with help from on-camera talent Monica Patel for a show that will air in the United Kingdom. Patel, like the rest of the on-air talent in the videos, is a native of the nation where the video will be shown (in her case, ames Ditton, United Kingdom), but she currently works out of Los Angeles. It took Patel a little while to get accustomed to Floridas back woods. Did I just walk into a spider web? she said, when she grazed some hanging Spanish moss. Patel also was able to learn about and chronicle how cypress trees grow from knees in standing water and the speed, sound and thrill of an airboat ride. e short promotional videos will target Brazilian, Mexican, Dutch, British and French Canadian travelers in their home languages, so nothing gets lost in translation. Experience Kissimmees mission is to show o the countys convenient location to all popular theme parks while highlighting the variety of rental properties and their amenities like golf courses as well as family shopping Film crews capture the best of Osceola News-Gazette Photo/Marc CleryProfessional photographer Amon Focus captures video of Monica Patel and Wild Floridas Sam Haught on Monday.See Film, page A-5 By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Osceola County Co mmissioner John Quiones is continuing his ght against a transfer fee charged by Kissimmee Utility Authority and paid to the city of Kissimmee to oset the costs of generating and distributing power. At their meeting Monday, Osceola County commissioners discussed what action it can take to have a say in KUAs fee structure. Commissioners asked their legal counsel to dra what a county charter amendment would look like and have it ready for their Oct. 20 evening meeting. at amendment would have to be approved by voters in an election, but it would not be on the Nov. 4 ballot, instead turning up in a special election held next spring if the proper procedures are followed. Last month, Quiones approached the KUA board, asking it repeal the transfer fee, calling it taxation without representation for residents of the unincorporated county. Board members said the fee, which was introduced in 2009 to replace the city of Kissimmees re fee, was legal and in the best interests of rate payers. is is like a corporation with 55 percent of the stockholders having no say in matters, Quiones said Monday. ey derive no benet. We need notice and to have a say. Marsha Segal-George, an attorney with Fowler, OQuinn, Feeney and Sneed, a rm contracted by the county to look into the situation, told commissioners that the county can have a regulatory stance on a municipal utility, but according to county charter, in a dispute between the county and a city, the city would trump the county. She also said that a utility like KUA would need to hold a public hearing before putting any at surcharge in place on customers bills, Quiones continues fight against utility authority transfer feeSee Fee, page A-5
Page A2, Kissimmee police detectives are asking for the publics help to identify two fraud suspects who placed skimming devices on a bank ATM in September. According to police reports, on Sept. 22, the rst suspect placed a skimming device on the ATM machine at the SunTrust bank located at 1000 N. Main St. in Kissimmee. e device was removed later that same day. On Sept. 27, a second suspect placed a skimming device on the same ATM machine. at device was also removed later that same day. A total of 60 customers accounts were compromised during the two incidents. Detectives are suggesting that consumers get to know the style and overall appearance of their banks ATM. Look for parts that do not appear to match. Covering your hand while inputting your PIN can block hidden cameras from capturing the keystrokes. If something does not seem right, report it to the bank immediately and do not use that ATM. Anyone with information on any of the suspects is urged to contact the Kissimmee Police Departments Economic Crimes Unit at 407846-3333, by email at email@example.com or Crimeline at 1-800423-TIPS (8477). Calls made to Crimeline remain anonymous, and tips that lead to the felony arrest of suspects and/or the recovery of stolen property and drugs are eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000.Deputies looking for suspect who committed lewd act in front of girl Osceola County Sheris detectives are asking for the publics help to identify a suspect who inappropriately touched himself Tuesday in front of a 15-year-old girl. At approximately 2:20 p.m., the 15-year old girl was walking home from school in the area of Octavia Boulevard in the Blackstone Landing community. A man, driving an older model, four-door vehicle was parked near the entrance. He asked her for directions, but the teenager said she couldnt help him. He then drove ahead of her and waited as she walked by. She continued to ignore him but he made a U-turn and parked on the sidewalk until she approached him again. e suspect opened the door and asked the victim if she wanted a ride home. She declined, but when she looked in the vehicle, she could see he was partially dressed and inappropriately touching himself, Sheris Oce reports stated. e driver is described as a thinly built Hispanic male, approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall in his late 20s with short dark hair and dark eyes. He spoke to her the entire time in Spanish and was driving an older model four-door vehicle with shiny chrome rims. Anyone with information is asked to call the Osceola County Sheris Oce at 407-348-2222 or Crimeline at (800) 423-TIPS (8477). Calls made to Crimeline remain anonymous, and tips that lead to the felony arrest of suspects and/or the recovery of stolen property and drugs are eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000.Detectives clear 50 burglary cases with arrest of four suspectsOsceola County Sheris deputies arrested four suspects who allegedly committed more than 50 burglaries in the Central Florida area. Arrested were: Stephen Orr, 20, Todd Baggs 37, Candace Franko, 36, all of Davenport and Jacek Zatyka, 37, listed as a transient. ey were charged with burglary and grand the. e investigation began in early August, when deputies took numerous burglary reports from victims renting timeshare properties in the West U.S. Highway 192 area. On Sept. 2, deputies were investigating a burglary and identified Orr and Baggs as possible Suspects who put skimming devices on ATM machine sought Police newsSee Police, page A-5 Suspect 1 Suspect 2 100414.SNG 101114.SNG 101114.SNG 072614.SNG
Saturday, October 11, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3 By Jennifer DiDomenicoFor the News-Gazette Osceola County School District officials announced the new communication strategies that are being put into place for the 201415 school year at the School Board meeting Tuesday. The communications depart ment has greatly expanded its social media outreach. It has recently created accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Insta gram and YouTube, and it is posting on each profile multiple times a day. The department is looking to gain followers and subscribers by encourag ing its audience to share informational posts. We know people are operating online, said School Board Chairman Tim Weisheyer. We know that theyre looking for information online. To comply with the countys public record require ments, ArchiveSocial will be utilized to automatically ar chive records of so cial media activity transmitted by any device, computer, or network. In addition to creating social media, the department has worked a great deal on the electronic newsletter, which is emailed to the can live, work and play will create a more stable business for proprietors who open in the area, he said. Businesses on Vine Street, even major retailers, have struggled in recent years. Some, including Target, picked up and moved locations, leaving empty, aging box stores in their wake. Those parcels are not particularly attractive to developers because of the cost of demolition, Holland said. But the Community Redevelopment Agency for Vine Street, formed in 2012, will begin generating money in the next few year that will help. The citys plan tentatively includes buying and packaging smaller parcels and demolishing the abandoned strip malls of yesteryear to make room for Kissimmees urban center 25 years from now, Holland said. BridgeContinued from Page A-1 e Osceola County School District got a reprieve from state education ocials for a data reporting error that raised at least two schools grades from Ds to Cs. e district under-reported the number of students who were attending school in the U.S. for the rst time in data it submitted to the Florida Department of Education. In this particular case, it was students who were in the U.S. less than one year, who counted (as part of school population) and should not have counted, Osceola County School Superintendent Melba Luciano said. e formula used by the state factors in such challenges for schools when calculating their performance grades. Schools that maintain As or improve grades receive extra state funding. Since the error was corrected, both Avante Guard Academy and Poinciana Academy of Fine Arts have been bumped from a D rating to a C rating. Another seven high schools affected by the error have received more performance points from the state since the data was corrected, according to Osceola officials. Elementary and middle school grades were released in June. High school grades will not be released until next month. Luciano said district ocials caught the error aer the rst set of grades was released this summer while looking at schools that were only a few points short of receiving a higher grade. I recognize the reporting error made by our district and have taken the necessary steps to ensure future accuracy in reporting data to FLDOE, said Luciano. I am also grateful to FLDOE for making changes to their system and accepting our grade appeals.FDOE grants grade appeals for nine Osceola schools Luciano District announces new communication team strategies See District, page A-5 Weisheyer EVeENING APPOINTMeENTS AND FINaANCING AVaAILaABLeE Restore your Smile with the gentle touch of a lady dentist. 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Page A4, A county of slobsTo the Editor: A few days ago I ventured to the Osceola County Courthouse. As I approached the elevator, a horde of people were being escorted by a deputy. My rst thought was that there had been a dope bust the night before. I was wrong. ey were jurors. Not one man wore a coat and tie and only one woman was wearing a dress. ere were more tattoos showing then an NBA game and I counted 15 of the 60 wearing shorts and tank tops. e women looked like the last time they went to the beauty shop was never and the men were all unshaven or appeared that way. ey were all acting like it was a big hassle to decide the fate of their fellow citizens. My uncles stormed Normandy and New Guinea and both were wounded severely. ank the Almighty they have passed and never had to see what use their fellow countrymen made of the freedom they saved for them. If this oends any of your readers, good. Charles B. Tiffany Kissimmee If you think the NFLs do mestic violence problem has been talked to death, theres one inter ested party that begs to differ. The leaders of several national black womens organizations have written a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell asking for a meeting. In the national conversation about domestic violence that was kindled by the beatings of AfricanAmerican women and children by NFL players, these African-American leaders are determined not to be sidelined. Race is a material factor here, no matter how reluctant some might be to steer the discussion in that direction. Not to acknowledge the disproportionate danger that domestic violence poses to the lives of black women is to show sexism and racial bias in one fell swoop. Thats what prompted the Black Womens Roundtable to write a letter to Goodell. In the public relations nightmare for the NFL that followed the release of security video showing Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice flattening his then-fiancee in an elevator, the league established a womens advisory group to help the league formulate policy on domestic violence. The problem is, according to the roundtable, it doesnt include any AfricanAmerican women. (The NFL has responded that it has two other personnel, both black women, who will also have input.) The Black Womens Roundtables recent report, Black Women in the United States, 2014, lays out some sobering statistics. Black women are a mere 8 percent of the population, yet they account for 29 percent of domestic abuse victims. They are 22 percent of domestic violence homicide victims, and domestic violence is the leading cause of death for African-American women between the ages of 15 to 35. They are twoand-a-half times more likely to be murdered by domestic violence than white women. Black men, the roundtable pointed out to Goodell, comprise 66 percent of the NFLs players. If the league wishes to address the issue in a culturally competent way, black women need a seat at the table. Welcome to the complexities of race relations circa 2014, Commissioner Goodell. To a certain extent, society has been lulled into overlooking the statistical disparities for black women by endless public awareness campaigns that portray about domestic violence as an equal-opportunity crime. Were taught that women of all economic spheres, all races and ethnicities and all religions can be affected. And thats true. However, like any social issue, it is impossible to disentangle the impacts of racism (past and present), class, economic security and cultural differences. All these factors need more study, but experts do acknowledge them as well. Its important not to racialize the issue, as it already has been by the usual trolls on Internet comment threads. African-American men are no more inherently hard-wired to commit domestic violence than men of any other race. They may, however, have been more susceptible to conditions and influences during childhood that correlate with increased cases of domestic violence. Victims of different races, too, are often subject to different conditions and cultural influences that affect if, when and how the women seek help. Consider the effect of one common economic condition, unemployment. Higher rates of unemployment tend to correlate with higher rates of domestic violence. This is true for men of all races when they are the abusers. Feelings of inadequacy linked to traditional perceptions of masculinity, coupled with a lack of coping and other skills to handle anger appropriately, can lead a man to abuse a spouse, girlfriend or child. Its not an excuse; its an explanatory factor. Its a clue to how we can prevent domestic violence. But the fact that black men are unemployed at much higher rates than other men is a factor to be better understood. An NFL star might have the multi-million paycheck now, but he could have been raised and influenced by a community where that is far from the norm. The class of a victimized woman is also a factor. Social connectedness, independent means of support, and financial resources available from extended family can influence whether and when a victim seeks help. Finally, race as a unifier between victim and abuser is believed to be significant. For a black woman to accuse an abuser risks playing into old mythologies that painted black men as overly aggressive. A hint of the complicated and sensitive nature of this issue can be found in the statement of one of the roundtables members, Marcia Dyson, CEO of Womens Global Initiative: We dont want anyone to believe that Black men are the poster boys for domestic violence. These young men are our sons and brothers. Many of them went through school as star athletes and came out without the proper boundaries. Indeed. Roger Goodell has an extraordinarily complex problem on his hands. Luckily, hes got some well-placed observers offering to help him solve it if hell only listen. Mary Sanchez is an opinion-page columnist for The Kansas City Star. Readers may write to her at: Kansas City Star, 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 64108-1413, or via e-mail at msanchez@ kcstar.com. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. During this time, we encourage members of our local community to become familiar with how the local office of the Osceola Clerks of the Court can help you or someone you know. Unfortunately, one in four women and one in seven men in the United States suffer physical violence at the hands of their spouses, intimate partners or even family members. Additionally, three out of four Americans personally know someone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence. When applied to the state of Florida alone, these statistics are staggering and show what a tremendous impact domestic violence has on our local communities. However, it is vital that we recognize that this violence is not inevitable, nor is it somebody elses problem. In order to effectively make strides against this issue and improve these statistics within Osceola County, we must not remain silent upon experiencing, witnessing or hearing about incidents of domestic violence. With this in mind, it is important to focus on what we can do to help victims and, ultimately, how we can put an end to domestic violence in Osceola County. Floridas court clerks are keenly sensitive to the needs of domestic violence survivors and take these matters very seriously. We are committed to assisting victims, with complete confidentiality and discretion, throughout the entire process of filing reports and connecting victims with advocate programs. If you or someone you know is suffering from domestic violence, please contact the Osceola County Clerk of Court, Injunction Processing Unit, at 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 3100, Kissimmee, or call 407-742-3492. Domestic violence is a prominent issue and the Florida court clerks stand ready to protect community members and lend a helping hand for those in need of domestic violence assistance. We work very closely with the local sheriffs office, ensuring that both safety and justice are achieved for victims and their families in the event that a domestic violence incident occurs. Armando Ramrez is the Osceola County clerk of the court. Submit letters to the editor to Osceola NewsGazette, 108 Church St., Kissimmee, FL 34741. If you wish to fax your letter to the newspaper, the number is 407-846-8516. Email letters to news@ osceolanewsgazette.com. No more than one letter per writer will be published each month. 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Kissimmee, FL 34744 407.742.6000 NOTICE OF TESTING OF ELECTRONIC TABULATION EQUIPMENTPursuant to Section 101.5612, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby given of the Logic and Accuracy Testing of the electronic tabulation equipment to be used in the November 4, 2014 General Election. Testing will be held on October 20, 2014 at located at 2509 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy., Kissimmee, FL. Mary Jane Arrington Supervisor of Elections Osceola County 2509 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy. Kissimmee, FL 34744 407.742.6000 101114.SNG suspects. The vehicle they were occupying contained stolen property matching the description of items recently stolen in burglaries in the area. They also located a screwdriver and bold cutters in the car. Orr and Baggs cooperated with the investigation, which led to identifying Zatyka and Franko as suspects who assisted with the crimes. They told detectives they committed more than 50 burglaries in Polk, Lake and Osceola counties and the city of Davenport. Based on the evidence and information, all four suspects were arrested and booked into the Osceola County Jail. e investigation is ongoing with additional charges pending.Kissimmee police seize more than 40 pounds of marijuanae haul from a raid on a suspected drug house conducted Tuesday by the Kissimmee Police Departments SWAT Team included more than 40 pounds of marijuana, other drug paraphernalia, guns and ammunition and over $7,000 in cash. e raid was conducted on a home on Peridot Circle aer detectives in KPDs Street Crimes Unit began receiving information in September that residents in the home were involved in selling large amounts of marijuana. Aer a month-long investigation, detectives obtained a search warrant for the residence. e resident of the home, Omar Cox, 31, was arrested and charged with armed tracking in 25 pounds or more of cannabis, possession of a structure while tracking narcotics, possession of a rearm by a convicted felon and sale and delivery of drug paraphernalia. Around noon, the SWAT Team served the search warrant without incident, KPD spokesperson Stacie Miller said. Detectives seized 40.6 pounds of marijuana, most of which was packaged and stored in grey buckets. Detectives also seized two handguns and ammunition along with the money. Cox was taken to the Osceola County Jail where he is held on no bond. parents and guardians of students every Friday. The newsletter is now mobile friendly, for better and easier viewing. More than 7,000 people subscribe to the newsletter, with 40 to 50 new subscribers every month. With use of mobile devices at its highest, the communications department hopes to also create a mobile app for the district. We strongly believe, to increase engagement with our parents and community, we need to meet the audiences where they are, School District spokeswoman Dana Schafer said. More and more, theyre on their smart phones and other mobile devices. The biggest change, however, is the reformation of the districts website. The current platform is more than 10 years old, houses over 600 pages and is mostly incapable of necessary updates. It also links to over 70 additional websites of information and documents. This is an extremely important piece of what we do, Weisheyer said. Its really a vital component. Though the date is not yet established, Schafer said the websites rebuild could begin in January 2015. Providing frequent and clear communication is the key to fostering trust, Schafer said. and attraction options things that would make the Kissimmee area a vacation must-see for international travelers. e program was initiated last spring and has been in planning mode for about six months, EK ocials said. Renan Leahy (a Brazilian native), Ricardo Berron (Mexico), Linda Angel (the Netherlands), Marieve Herington (Ontario, Canada) and Patel toured Reunion and Medieval Times on Saturday and Boggy Creek and Gatorland on Sunday. e areas outlet malls and other shopping options were highlighted. We reached out to our major patrons to gauge their interest, and weve showcased a good crosssection of what our area oers, said Rochelle Siegel, an EK media relations representative. We had a lot of interest. Wild Florida owner Sam Haught was the crews tour guide on Monday, showing o native macaws and other wildlife. Were 45 minutes from Disney. Were even closer to the developed areas of Kissimmee, he told the Focus and the crew. People dont know they can come see how Florida used to be, and how close it is to them. Instagram users can view Brand USAs photos at @discoveramerica.FilmContinued from Page A-1 but not if the added fee is added to the price for power (per kilowatt, for example). Kissimmees City Commission and the KUA board updated the transfer fee for the rst time in 2011, then again in April 2013. Quiones said the fee raises $4.7 million for the city from customers countywide more than the $3 million the former re fee generated. I have some constituents who are paying 30 percent more than last year, said Quiones, whose district 2 includes areas like Buenaventura Lakes, Lakeside, Remington and Kissimmee Bay. To accomplish what Quiones wants to do, Segal-George said the county would need a charter amendment. Commission Chairman Fred Hawkins said the county should rst try to reach a resolution through conversation with KUA. Lets try to work that way prior to spending extra tax dollars on a special election, he said. County Manager Don Fisher was directed to meet with city of Kissimmee ocials and KUA management to discuss the municipal transfer fees, and to have sta look into and compare the fees imposed by other Central Florida utilities against what KUA charges. Board members asked to see what a dra of what the charter amendment might look like and invite Jim Welsh, KUAs general manager, to participate in discussion on the matter at an October meeting.FeeContinued from Page A-1 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. 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Page A6, St. Cloud boys and Lady Horns win Go to: www.aroundosceola.com J. Daniel PearsonFor the Gazette OBC golf tournamentThe St. Cloud Bulldogs display the Orange Belt Conference championship trophy after their victory Monday at Kissimmee Bay Country Club. The Bulldogs compete Tuesday at the 3A-16 district tournament.News-Gazette Photo/Donald Lamb District tournaments next week PICKS OF THE WEAK By J. Daniel Pearson For the News-Gazette Junior Ben Sedwick birdied the first playoff hole to claim medalist honors at the 2014 Orange Belt Conference boys golf championship Monday at Kissimmee Bay Country Club. St. Cloud won the team title, 315-341, over defending champion Celebration. Harmony nished third (350), Osceola was fourth (408) and Liberty was h (488). Poinciana and Gateway did not eld full teams and only had individual entries. Harmony won the OBC girls championship in commanding fashion Monday at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links, 326-432, over runner-up Osceola. St. Cloud and Celebration followed. Libertys Alice Munn (74) edged Harmonys Madison Wetzel, the defending champion, by one-stroke to become the girls medalist. Sedwick and St. Cloud freshman Carson Sampl each shot 5-over 76 to tie for lead at the boys tournament. In the rst hole of sudden death, Sampls third shot on the par-5 rst hole ew directly over the agstick and into the back bunker. Sedwick responded with a 52 degree wedge from 126 yards out in the right rough, hitting the center of the green and stopping eight-feet from the pin. When Sampl le his fourth shot in the sand, it all but ensured Sedwicks victory. But the Celebration honors student put it an exclamation point on it by draining the putt for birdie. I really felt the adrenaline kick in before the third shot, Sedwick said. I normally hit a pitching wedge from that distance but when Carson went long, I decided to go to my 52. I hit it really clean and knew it was a good shot. Sedwick credited the winning round to playing it conservatively on the tight, 6,200-yard, par-71 course. He hit his hybrid iron o the tee on 12 of the 14 driving holes. I usually hit a three wood o the tee but the rst two times I hit that club today the results werent very good. I decided to stick with the hybrid for the rest of the round regardless of the length of the hole and the strategy paid o. Not counting the playo hole, Sedwick had 11 pars, a birdie and six bogies on the day. Led by Sampl, the Bulldogs placed four golfers in the top ve. It included pretournament favorite Tyler Bennett, who missed the playo by one shot with a 77. Diego Rodriguez and Ryan Geasey each tied for fourth with 10-over totals of 81. Probably the worst round of the year for me, When did it change? Once upon a time in college football, when your team won seven games and went to a bowl, it was considered a good season. Not anymore. Now 10-2 seasons in some circles are considered failures, if not outright disasters. Hiding behind the anonymity of message boards, fans scream for the head of the coach aer a couple of losses and if it doesnt happen, the athletic director also becomes a target. e game has become less of an entertainment diversion and more of a gut-wrenching three-hour torture session where we not only demand a victory from our teams, but by a margin big enough to impress the pollsters. Perfection has become an obsession for these fans, who lash out at their coaches even the popular ones when it is not attained. Will Muschamp won 11 games as the Gators head man in 2012. Last year, Florida struggled as the team suered multiple injuries and calls for his ring were deafening. ey got a lot louder aer the Alabama loss this year, even though the team now sits at 3-1 and appears to be facing a not-sodaunting schedule the rest of the way. e noise in Gator nation was not reserved only for Muschamp. For as revered as he remains with most Gator fans, Steve Spurrier readily admitted that it was time to get out aer 10 seasons at UF when two losses in a calendar year started to be viewed as a failure. Love him or hate him, Urban Myer pretty much said the same thing when he quit the Gators not once but twice for health reasons which he said resulted from the intense pressure he felt from fans and boosters, despite winning a pair of national championships and compiling a 65-15 record. Many Georgia fans have been calling for Mark Richts head for the last three years. His crime? Playing in the toughest conference in college football, he has averaged just 10 wins and won just two division titles over that period. Oen, the delusional fans of these powerhouses invoke the names of the legendary coaches of the past as if those coaches never lost a game. But the facts seldom back up that contention. Richts career winning percentage with the Bulldogs is currently 23 points higher than that of the legendary Vince Dooleys. Hall of Fame Michigan head coach Bo Schembechler lost three or more games 12 times in his career and was 5-12 in bowl games. Not sure he would have ever had the opportunity to coach 27 years and roll up 234 wins in todays era, especially aer losing 13 games from 1982-84. Im guessing Woody Hayes would never get a fourth season in todays world if he started his Ohio State career with the same 16-9 record he did when rst hired in Columbus. So when did it get so crazy that fans feel anything short of perfection is a disaster? Its been a combination of factors. Bowl games are no longer special. A 6-6 record will get you into a bowl and fans no longer consider an invitation as being the benchmark of a good season. e creation of the BCS added even more signicance to the mythical national championship and created the notion that if you were not in consideration for the title game, the season was a failure. e biggest reason may be the pressure that sustained success brings. Win a conference championship, string two 10-win seasons together or get an invitation to the nal four and fans are going to demand that as the new standard for their expectations. Having a down year or a slip-up is no longer acceptable. Florida State heads into this weeks game against Syracuse with a school record 21-game winning streak, but God help Jimbo Fisher if the Noles stumble before January. e Mighty News-Gazette Divine 9 : 1. e Pats Not kicking dirt on Brady-Belichicks grave just yet. 2. e Good Tony Romo. 3. Whoever gets to play Michigan. 4. Will Muschamp. 5. e 1972 Dolphins, whose perfect record is safe for another year. 6. Gordon Lightfoots If You Could Read My Mind. 7. Ethics, as in Firing the Coach in Person, Not over the Phone. 8. e weekly SEC grind. 9. e state of Mississippi. Cincinnati at Miami (-14.5): Canes recruiting classes have been ranked high last three years, which indicates that Al Golden is not so hot at player development. Still, at home, Canes, 30-24. Auburn (-3) at Miss State: Bulldogs are good, but Auburn is better. Tigers, 35-17. Ole Miss at Texas A&M (-2): Hard to believe, but 5-0 starts put both Mississippi teams in the top 5 and make them relevant. Well, so much for that. Aggies, 28-24. LSU (-1.5) at Florida: Despite the criticism of Muschamp, Gator defense is really good and going against a young quarterback in the Swamp will create problems for the Tigers. Gators 17, LSU 3. FSU (-24.5) at Syracuse: Talk about noise in the system. Have you ever heard such complaining about the style of a 5-0 team that has beaten opponents by an average 17 points a game? In a get ready for Notre Dame rehearsal, Noles 31-10. Jags at Tennessee (-6): Blake Bortles wins one in the Upset of the Week. Jags, 21-17. Green Bay (-3) at Miami: Aaron Rodgers too much for the Fish. Pack by 14. Ravens (-3) at Bucs: Tampa Bays oense has started to come alive. Upset Special, Tampa Bay 28, Baltimore 17 Cowboys at Seattle (-8): Aer all the fun poked at Tony Romo and the Cowboys Horrible defense, who saw this as Week 6s premiere game? But take the Seahawks, 30-21.Fans demand perfection from coachesSee Picks, page A-7Harmony baseball fundraisere 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. For more information or to register call 407-908-3789.Recruiting presentationA seminar to prepare parents and athletes for the college recruiting process will be held at Celebration (Tuesday) and St. Cloud (Wednesday) high schools at 7 p.m. A program titled Guiding the College-Bound Athlete presented by Rick Wire, president of Dynamite Sports, will provide information and topics for student-athletes in middle and high school and their parents concerning the recruiting process. ere is no charge. Interested participants are asked to come early, if possible, to receive a number of handouts and watch a pre-program video. For information about Dynamite Sports, go to www.dynamitesports.com.Heritage Christian volleyballe Heritage Christian volleyball team has completed its regular season and has won 11 in a row. e Eagles, 23-6, will host a Florida Christian Conference playo game next week aer placing second in the FCCs East Division. Harmonys girls successfully defended their Orange Belt Conference title Mon day at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links. Harmony returns to action for the 3A-16 district tournament Tuesday at Royal St. Cloud.Photo/Special to the News-Gazette See OBC, page A-7 Orin Larson with team B&W Trailer Hitches rides bareback during the Pro Rodeo Cowboys Associa tion Champions Challenge last weekend at the Sil ver Spurs Arena.News-Gazette Photo/Marc ClerySports Briefs
Saturday, October 11, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A7 PicksCont. from Page A-6OBCContinued from Page A-6Brian Big Man McBrides Super Snier Upset Special: Jags over Tennessee by 3. Petey e Gators Are Going To Win Covino says: Gators by 3. Ken Not So Young Jackson says: Rebels by 1 in Kenny Put Ole Miss In e Final 4 And Wants To Look Smart Upset Special, LSU by 11, Ravens by 6. Rick Train Wreck Pedone says: Ravens by 6, Titans by 4. Marc Blue Hen Clery says: Rebs by 12, Titans by 12, Ravens by 7. You still may enter the Osceola News-Gazette Picks football contest at aroundosceola.com. Winners receive a $20 gi certicate from Kers WingHouse of Kissimmee. Bennett, the two-time Osceola Gazette Golfer of the Year, said. Bennett had two birdies on the day but also had an uncharacteristic three double bogeys in the round. It was really a grind out there for all the players, St. Cloud head coach Shane Muller said. e course was still extremely wet from all the rain we had last week and judging from the scores, I think a lot of players struggled with it. But Im really proud of how our team played. Sampls round was outstanding but not all that surprising. Hes extremely composed for freshman and he is going to be a great player for us. But the truth is these team championships are won with depth. Tyler was o a little but Diego and Ryan came through with solid rounds thats what put us on top. Celebration head coach Tony Brus said he was proud to have the individual champion and was pleased with the way Sedwick showed composure in the playo. Ben just went out and played his game, but overall it was a tough day for our team, Brus said. We had two players with foot injuries and that pretty much took us out of contention. Luke OConnell was hobbling around the course all day and shot a 90. I think the last time he shot 90 he was probably 10 years old. e top seven golfers and ties earned spots on the allconference team. Joining Sedwick, Sampl, Bennett, Rodriguez and Geasey on the All-OBC team were Harmonys Kevin Carr and omas Giambrone and Celebrations Graon Mouen. ree tied for 6th at 15-over 86. Munn arrived late at the course Monday aer being caught in a trac jam near Poinciana. Several players from other teams also arrived to the course late. But, Munn settled in and shot a great round, Coach Bo ODell said. She did not get to warm up except maybe 15 minutes. She nally got in a groove and went 4-over on the front and 2-under on the back, he said. Joining Munn and Wetzel on the girls all-OBC team are Harmonys Brooke Wetzel, Cristina Stevens, Tia Lindsey and Allie Ashcra, and Osceolas Brittney Calhoun. Harmony girls coach Robert Hainlen said his team performed well at the conference tournament. e Lady Horns competed at the Honda Classic in South Florida to prepare for the 3A-16 district tournament Tuesday at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links. St. Cloud also will compete. State powers Viera and Vero Beach are in the district, but three teams advance to the regionals. We can get to the regionals, but we will need another 10 strokes minimum to get to states, Hainlen said. I think these ladies have it in them. e boys 3A-16 tournament is at Melbournes Baytree National Tuesday. Osceola, Celebration and Gateway compete at the 3A-8 district tournaments. e girls tournament is at Kissimmee Golf Club Monday. OHS girls Coach Ray Lackey said his team is capable of defending its district title, but he expects more competition this time. Yes, Lake Nona is better. Freedom also has a couple of good players and Boone may also compete. It should be fun, Lackey said. e boys tournament is Tuesday at North Shore Golf Club in Orlando. Celebrations boys and Osceolas girls are the defending district team champions. Liberty competes at the 3A-9 tournaments Monday, the boys at Cleveland Heights in Lakeland and the girls at Schalamar Creek in Lakeland. ODell likes Munns chances to become the district champion. If she plays like she did all year, she will have a great opportunity, he said. Poinciana competes at the 2A-10 tournaments at Dubsdread in Orlando on Monday. 100914.TNG AroundOsceola.com FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCHKissimmee 101 W. Dakin Ave.407-847-3700www.kissimmeefumc.orgGod Bless you for your service! God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. 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www.aroundosceola.com www.aroundosceola.com Go to: Go to: October 11, 2014 Vampires BallORLANDO Orlando Ballet presents its season show opener, Vampire Ball, for three shows only Oct. 17-19. is also will be the ballets nal performances at Bob Carr eatre before the move to the new Dr. Phillips Center. Tickets available at Orlandoballet.org or or by calling 407-426-1739.Scary-aokeKISSIMMEE Reunion Resorts Clubhouse Grille will host Scary-aoke and a costume contest, Halloween night, from 8 to 11 p.m. The Clubhouse Grille is offering karaoke, bar bites and drink specials for All Hollows Eve. In addition to the Clubhouse Grille, Reunion Resort features three more restaurants: Forte, an Italian restaurant with an impressive wine cellar; the Grande Sushi Bar; and Eleven, Reunions rooftop steakhouse that features views of Disneys nightly fireworks display.For guests who would like to extend their Halloween evening into a weekend getaway at the Orlando-area luxury resort, rates start at $179 per night, plus taxes and resort fees. Reunion Resort is located at 7593 Gathering Drive. For more information, visit online at www. reunionresort.com or call 407662-1000.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.Scarecrow FestivalDADE CITY The Pioneer Florida Museum will host The Scarecrow Festival, today. The 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 five and under free. The museum is located at 15602 Pioneer Museum 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. 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. Submitted Photo Jekyll and Hyde, The Musical, opens Friday, Oct. 17 at the Osceola Center for the Arts, and continues weekends through Nov. 2. Tickets are $22 for adults, $19 seniors and $15 students. For more information call 407-8466257, Ext. 0. By Peter Covino A&E Editore largest Hispanic event in Osceola County, and one of the biggest festivals in Central Florida, Viva Osceola, returns to Kissimmee Lakefront Park, today. e free admission event attracts thousands to the lakefront each year. In addition to music and dance, the festival also features a wide selection of Latin food, as well as arts and cras. is is the 23rd year for Viva Osceola and the fun kicks o at 11 a.m. and continues until 6 p.m. is years headlining act is Grupo Mania. Also appearing is Emmanuel and Felito. Viva Osceola also features a childrens play area with activities just for youngsters. Other entertainment includes mariachis, magicians and clowns. ere also will be on stage DJs from radio station Salsa 98.1. In other related Hispanic Heritage Month events, the art exhibit at Kissimmee City Hall continues through Wednesday. e exhibit features the artwork of Cuban artist Pablo J. Hernandez, a self-taught artist who was born in Havana in 1961. Hernandez has been painting for more than 25 years and during his career in ne arts, he has been nominated for numerous awards and has been the recipient of nationally acclaimed prizes. He has also participated in more than 41 collective exhibits and more than 17 personal exhibits, including international and private presentations. e exhibit is free and available for viewing during regular city hall hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Coming soon is Festival Calle Orange, Sunday, Oct. 26, starting at 1 p.m. and continuing through 7 p.m. e event features more than 35 live performing acts on three large stages. e Orange County event is the largest Hispanic festival in Central Florida. For more information call 407-381-5310.e Southern Womens Show is this weekend at the Orange County Convention Center.e popular event features shopping, pampering, preventative healthcare, tness, home dcor, travel and culinary inspiration. ere also is food and celebrity guests. e show will be held Saturday and Sunday. e show features more than 500 exhibits. Special events include: Countys largest Hispanic festival is at Kissimmee Lakefront Park By Peter Covino A&E Editor e cooler weather has arrived, and right on cue, it is time for Boktoberfest at Bok Tower Gardens and Oktoberfest at Celebration. e popular event at the historic Lake Wales location, has become one of the areas most popular fall events with its celebration of gardening, music, food and more. Boktoberfest comes to Lake Wales, Saturday, Oct. 18, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ere also is a sneak peek of the plant sale, Friday, Oct. 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. for Bok Tower Gardens members. Admission to Boktoberfest is free. More than 40 vendors from across the state are expected to attend the event. ey will oer a variety of plants for sale including orchids, palms, tropical fruits, Florida natives, ferns, bamboo, roses, heliconias, bromeliads, tillandsia air plants, lilies and many more. Educational vendors will be on hand as well from Lake Kissimmee State Park, Happy Hives, HEART Institute, Keep Polk County Beautiful, Polk County Master Gardeners, Archbold Biological Station, Ridge Rangers, and Florida Industrial & Phosphate Research Institute. Boktoberfest was really the start of something special for the Gardens, said Jennifer Beam, director of visitor services and programs, Bok Tower welcomes fallSee Viva, page B-3Its about time for About a BoyOnly about 5.7 million people watched the rst season nale of About a Boy on NBC last May. at means some 313 million of us, including myself, were busy doing something else. Fortunately, you can set your own time to watch About a Boy, now available on DVD (Universal Studios Home Entertainment). is is, for the most part, a gentle comedy, based on the Hugh Grant movie from 2002, and pretty much follows that same formula. Comedian/singer David Walton has the Grant role, a carefree bachelor living in San Francisco, who does nothing but have a good time, living o the royalties from the one hit record he made. He is content to live his self-centered existence, until the new neighbors arrive next door a single mom (Minnie Driver) and her 11-year-old son (Benjamin Stockman), who desperately needs a best friend and a father gure. Will (Walton) and Marcus (the kid) are not surprisingly, a lot a like. In fact, the kid is usually the more mature member of the duo, but Will is able to impart a lot of helpful information on how to survive girls, bullying boys and the other daily occurrences of life in middle school. Fiona (the mom) almost needs as much help as the son she overprotects, and Will is usually able to help her as well, though their relationship is strictly platonic, through season one, at least through all the episodes I watched. Will has an unlikely other See DVDs, page B-3 Peter CovinoFilm CriticSubmitted photoBoktoberfest wil feature more than 40 vendors from across the state, selling a variety of plants, including everything from Orchids, palms and tropical fruit. Photo/UniversalSinger/comedian David Walton plays a carefree bachelor who befriends a lonely boy (Benjamin Stockman) and his mom (Minnie Driver) in NBCs About a Boy. Bokoberfest celebrates gardens music and food and its free PUTTING ON YOUR DVDSSee Bok, page B-3Viva Osceola returns todaySubmitted PhotoPopular merengue band Grupo Mania will headline this years Viva Osceola event at the Kissimmee lakefront. The Puerto Rican group has recorded more than a dozen albums since it was formed in 1993. The free admission Viva Osceola event also includes Latin food, arts and crafts and more.
Page B2, By Peter Covino A&E Editor is is more like rubbing it in, but you really should have been to Taste of ailand last weekend. Or maybe not. is increasingly popular event, is held at the ai temple Wat Florida Dhammaram, in Kissimmee, and drew a really large crowd, so if more people show up next year, it could get really crowded. But it is quite the cultural event. Some 40 ai restaurants from throughout Central Florida and beyond, are in attendance, preparing just about every ai menu item you can think of. And it is all you can eat for just $12 (children under 6, $6). And that doesnt include all of the traditional music and dancing live on stage, and the merchants selling ai items as well as plants used in Asian cooking. It is all in the tranquil setting of the Buddhist temple. So maybe you should mark you calendar now for next year. Just remember that even though there is plenty of food, arrive early, because some of the more popular items are gobbled up early by the apprec iative crowd. Wat Florida Dhammaram is located at 2421 Old Vineland Road.Roadhouse GrillYes, we have no salmon, we have no salmon today. With gi card in hand from the folks at Logans Roadhouse Grill, I was already to try their limited time post-summer special last weekend, a salmon glazed by Kenny Chesney, well at least glazed by his own brand, Blue Chair Bay White Rum. But aer ordering at about 4 p.m. on a Sunday aernoon, our server returned about 5 minutes later with regrets and no salmon. e salmon proved to be just a little too popular and they were all out. Ten days later, I returned to the Kissimmee restaurant and tried again, and this time the salmon had no trouble swimming upstream to my table, with a little help from the serving sta. e salmon was indeed tasty, moist and avorful and a nicely priced at $14.99. e dinner-sized portion comes with a grilled veggie skewer (mushrooms, squash, tomatoes), sliced grilled pineapple and one side item. I opted for the steak and salmon entre, a woodre grilled sirloin, that was cooked perfectly. It comes with the same side options at just $1 more. It is all part of Logans Roadhouse Everlasting Summer promotion and an exclusive partnership with Kenny Chesneys Blue Chair Bay Rum. In addition to the entrees, the restaurant also features a specialty drinks featuring Blue Chair Bay Rum, including the new Blackberry Mojito. During the earlier visit to Logans, while I didnt try a Blue Chair Bay Rum drink, I did try another new option, the Roadhouse Tea Flight, a generous sized sampling of four dierent Roadhouse (alcohol) teas. ere are six dierent teas available, and whether it is the new menu items Tye Dye Tea (such pretty colors) and Watermelon Roadhouse Tea, or one of the traditional avors like Southern Peach or Roadhouse Punch, they are all tasty, and only $7. And there is enough to share. e Everlasting Summer promotion continues until mid-November. For more information, or list of locations of all area restaurants, visit www. logansroadhouse.com. Osceola barbecueIf you like barbecue, the biggest barbecue event ever to hit Osceola County is coming to Osceola Heritage Park in March of 2015. e Florida Heritage Barbecue Classic, a Kansas City Barbecue Society sanctioned championship event, comes to Kissimmee, March 26-28. e three-day event will feature more than 100 of the best, award-winning competitors hand-grilling and smoking beef, pork, brisk and even gator and other exotic meats, vying for a $25,000 purse. A big festival highlight comes on ursday, March 26, with the Big Pig Bash, where companies and individuals can sit in of barbecue festival featuring select chefs showcasing their talents. e event features unlimited barbecue, and open bar and live music. For more information on the Big Pig Bash, call 321-697-3323. If you want to be a competitor or for other information on the event, go to www.ohpark. com. Admission to the barbecue March 27-28 is free. Parking is $8.Best burgersere is more festive eating coming up today, Saturday, when Barks and Burgers, a rst of its kind cooking competition, comes to Orlando Festival Park, Oct. 11. e new event is also being called the Orlando Burger Battle, and it will be a qualifying event for the World Food Championships in Las Vegas. Bot h local and national restaurants, as well as backyard grillers will be competing to win the crowds vote for Orlandos Best Burger. All proceeds from the event will support local pet rescues and animal spay/ neuter programs, Musical entertainment for Barks and Burgers includes Carly Jo Jackson (Americas Got Talent), as well as the area favorites Je Howell and the Holocomb Brothers. Barks and Burgers benets e Urban Pet Project, which focuses on local pet rescues and shelters. Tickets for the event are $15, children 10 and under are free with paying adult. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www. barksandburgers.com.Home showIf you were thinking about making the trip to the NewsJournal Home Show at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, here is more reason that just might tip the scale to make the trip: e Chefs Table. John Schmitz, the new executive chef for Ovations, the exclusive caterer for the Ocean Center, and will introduce the Chefs Table and prepare some special dishes, Oct. 24-25. Schmitz will prepare two dishes to order on the show oor. e dishes: Caesar salad on stick, a heart of romaine with Caesar dressing, and Parmesan crouton crumble served on a stick Banh mi walk around, a chipotle tortilla with harvest greens, sauted chicken, pork belly, pickled carrots and daikon topped with siracha mayonnaise and spicy mustard. e annual News Journal Home Show attracts thousands of visitors to the Ocean Center and we at Ovations have a wonderful opportunity to give potential convention clients a taste of the unique and delicious catering options available, said Schmitz in a press release. e Chefs Table dishes will be served in addition to regular concessions and available during all hours of the home show. For more information about the News Journal Fall Home Show, visit www. dbnjs how.com.Crispy M&MsPeople love their crispy M&MS, apparently. According to the company, aer a decade of phone calls, petitions, Facebook posts and countless other pleas, Mars Chocolate North America has announced M&MS Crispy will return to stores nationwide in Jan. 2015 following a 10-year hiatus. The corporate folks credit the diehard fans for bringing back the popular treat. From the M&M news release, which may overstate the case a bit: M&MS Crispy feature a delectable, crispy center covered in rich, creamy milk chocolate, enclosed in a colorful candy shell. is crispy, crunchy and delicious treat is slightly larger than the original milk chocolate variety, and will be featured in a new, eye-catching, bright green bag. e launch of M&MS Crispy is the biggest M&MS Brand launch since the introduction of M&MS Pretzel Chocolate Candies in 2010. M&MS Crispy was rst available as a limited-edition item in 1998, and the products re-emergence is a testament to the unwavering loyalty shown by consumers and media who refused to let the beloved avor.News-Gazette Photo/Peter CovinoFor a limited time, Logans Roadhouse is serving up a salmon entree glazed with Kenny Chesneys Blue Chair Bay Rum.And you missed something special at Taste of Thailand event EATING OUT News-Gazette Photo/Peter CovinoThe Taste of Thai event featured a sampling of food from some 40 restaurants as well as many vendors.Let the summer roll on at Logans Roadhouse Grill 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 THRIFTBlessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 5:3 CELEBRATION FALL FESTIVAL On October 17th and 18th, Celebration Town Center transforms before your very eyes as the falling leaves of the season drop on Market Street in the Fall Festival known as Oktoberfest. Listen for the rustling of leaves, relax by the lakeside and rock your troubles away, and enjoy the live music with family and friends in this one-of-a-kind themed extravaganza. On Friday October 17th Oktoberfest will be celebrated in the old-world German tradition featuring the sounds of Dan Witucki & Heimatland Musikanten. Come join in on the interactive live show featuring everything from yodeling to crowd sing-a-long fun. Then, come back on October 18th as Celebration Town Center welcomes Central Floridas nestThe Jonnie Morgan Band and Jason Domulot. Hop on a hayride, dance to terric live music, paint a pumpkin, or just stroll and enjoy the crisp fall air and enjoy the great savings at the lakeside promenade. There is something for everyone at this one of a kind Fall Festival presented by Lexin and sponsored in part by Melia Suite Hotel, Axis Magazine, The Celebration Town Tavern, and the Experience Kissimmee. 101114.SNG 101114.SNG 101114.SNG
Saturday, October 11, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3 BokContinued from Page B-1 in a release. Were able to engage thousands of visitors in a meaningful and practical way by bringing in plant growers and specialists to speak about native plants, what plants to grow at home, how to choose the right vegetable garden, and how to grow organically. Theres great German food, entertainment, and activities for kids, too. It makes for a really fun day with your family. Attendance at last years event exceeded 9,000 visitors. Celebration Town Center is home the annual Oktoberfest in the West Osceola County community. Market Street is transformed into fall with a little magic as leaves really begin to fall, on schedule. On Friday Oct. 17, Oktoberfest will be celebrated in the oldworld German tradition featuring the sounds of Dan Witucki & Heimatland Musikanten. The live show features everything from yodeling to crowd sing-a-long fun. The festivities continue Oct. 18 as Celebration Town Center will celebrate Rocktoberfest, featuring the The Jonnie Morgan Band. Events also include a hayride, paint a pumpkin, as well as shopping at the lakeside promenade. Leaves fall daily at 7, 8, and 9 p.m. Parking and Admission are free. For more information, visit www.celebration towncenter.com For an even more authentic Oktoberfest, the German-American Society of Central Florida will host its annual Oktoberfest event, Oct. 25 from 2 to 11 p.m. at the at the German-American club at 381 Orange Lane in Casselberry. There is a $5 donation. Children under 12 are free. The event features authentic German food and beer, a flag parade, flag dancing, contests live music and more. The net profit supports the German American Society. Call 407834-0574 for more information best friend, former DJ, Andy (played by Al Madrigal), who has a wife, who doesnt think much of Will and three small children. Despite the major dierences between Fiona and Will (vegan/meat-eater obsessive/free-spirit etc., the adults also begin to learn a lot from each other as the season progresses. is is a nicely-written show, with situations not so unlike the TV classic e Courtship of Eddies Father, but less saccharine. e casting is excellent as well. e rst season DVD contains all 13 episodes, and season two is set to begin on NBC, Tuesday night. ere is no particular theme or rhyme or reason to this weeks DVDs, but sticking with the comedy theme for now, we can go way back to one of the classics, the new Classic Shorts from the Dream Factory (Warner Archive Collection) Volume 3 Featuring Howard, Fine and Howard (collectively known as e ree Stooges). Even if you are a big Stooges fan, there is an excellent chance you have never seen the six shorts in this collection, when they were just second bananas to MGM star Ted Healy. e Stooges are, well the Stooges, well on the way to perfecting the various sight gags they worked on through the years. A few of these shorts, look very much like a vaudeville act, with Healy singing some pretty much intolerable song, while the Stooges do their utmost to sabotage it. e Stooges, with Healy, are Moe and Jerry (Curly) Howard and Larry Fine. Brother Shemp Howard, was one of the original Stooges, but he was replaced by Curly and appeared in only one of Ted Healy shorts, not included in this set. Shemp Howard would later return to e ree Stooges in the 1940s. e six shorts in the set (from 1933-34) feature a little bit of everything from the standard routines, to minimusical dance numbers with a stage full of chorus girls. One even includes a bit of Technicolor, when everything was black and white. e one really big rarity is Hello, Pop!, which was only recently rediscovered and restored. e collection: Healy gets unreliable stage help from Howard, Fine, and Howard while trying to set up a series of big production numbers. (1934) Jerry Howard takes a solo-turn alongside George Givot and Bobby Callahan. is Hollywood-themed spoof features Jerry sans his Curlyisms. Two-color Technicolor sets up shop as a for-hire scenarist and the Stooges make the scene. Features sequences from earlier MGM musicals. B&W Healy, Howard, Fine and Howard take up the high-end restaurant trade aer Healy gets them booted from the stage. B&W Healy plays a papa trying to soothe some unruly children (Howard, Fine and Howard) with some o-kilter nursery rhymes. Two-color Technicolor thought to be forever lost, this rarely-seen short discovered in Australia in 2013, and restored from the last-known print for your enjoyment! Ted Healys unruly children (Howard, Fine and Howard) show-up backstage just in time to ruin Ted Healys Follies opening night. Twocolor Technicolor. Like all DVDS from the Warner Archive Collection, the DVD is available only online at www. warnerarchive.com Also newly available from the Warner Archive Collection is season nine of e FBI is was the end of the line for the popular ABC series from Quinn Martin productions (e Fugitive, e Streets of San Francisco, Cannon) which had a pretty astounding run of 240 episodes. It may be the end, but the formula was the same as Inspector Lewis Erskine (Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.) continued to safeguard the nation, almost singlehandedly. As the show reminded us each weekend, the stories were pulled from the les of the FBI, with only the names being changed. Returning for the nal season is Philip Abbott as the FBI assistant director, but William Reynolds, who played Agent Colby almost from the beginning, is gone, replaced by Special Agent Chris Daniels (Shelley Novak). Novak was also from the NFLs San Diego Chargers. While e FBI seems dated, along side the likes of CSI, Criminal Minds and Chicago PD, the show was entertaining right up until the very last episode. Each season of e FBI contained many guest stars, usually some of the biggest names in the business, or up and comers. e nal season list includes Jackie Cooper, Anne Francis, Leslie Nielsen, Susan Oliver, Gary Lockwood, Richard Jaeckel, Joan van Ark and Dabney Coleman. e late arrival of my review copy of the new Diamond Edition of Disneys Sleepy Beauty was too late for inclusion in this weeks DVD column. e DVD was released earlier this week. Sleeping Beauty is the latest Disney classic to get the Diamon Edition treatement, so popular with Disney collectors. e new DVD has been restored and includes a Blu-ray disc, standard DVD and digital copy. e Diamond Edition also includes many bonus features, never appearing on DVD before. Look for the review of Sleeping Beauty in next weeks column. DVDs Continued from Page B-1 Find New Roads with Chevrolet Take a pit stop at the Chevrolet exhibit to check out the 2014 Camaro, Malibu and 2015 Tahoe, and pick up a Chevy reusable pink Solo Cup. en put yourself behind the wheel of a brand new Chevy and test drive to receive a portable phone charger. Celebrity Guest Randy Fenoli, star of TLCs Say Yes to the Dress and Randy to the Rescue will be onsite ursday to dish on fashion and the fabulous life. Join Randy at the Brides Against Breast Cancer, Pop-up Wedding Dress Pavilion for his qualied advice and opinion on selecting a wedding gown. Disney The Sleeping Beauty Diamond Edition, featuring a restored Blu-ray disc and lots of bonus extras is now available at retailers and online. Look for a review of the Disney classic in next weekends A&E section.VivaContinued from Page B-1 To fin d out what is available for students in elementary, middle, and high school, parents and students are invited to attend an Academic Resource Fair September 30, 2014 at Liberty High School 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Osceola County Schools Offer Many Free Academic Resources For Use At Home To Help Students in Grades K 12 Succeed! 101114.SNG Academic Resource FairOctober 14, 2014 at St. Cloud High School 2000 Bulldog Ln., St. Cloud 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. CELEBRATION CAMPUSREGISTRATIONNOW OPEN www.stetson.edu/lifelong CLASSES BEGIN OCT. 14 Stetson University Center at Celebration 800 Celebration Avenue, Suite 104 | Celebration, FL 32747 321-939-7600 | www.stetson.edu/celebrationStetson University, founded in 1883, offers a personalized and rigorous education with undergraduate and graduate programs in arts and sciences, business, music and law. The Celebration Center, opened in 2001, offers graduate programs in business, counseling, and education, with courses for professional development, lifelong learning opportunities for mature adults and childrens programs. Center at Celebration DR. BETTY THORNE: Dont Become a Victim! OCT. 15 4:15 P.M. Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones from this rapidly growing crime and the simple steps you can take to save yourself years of frustration and expense. FRANK STONE, MD: Lifestyle MedicineOCT. 29 4:15 P.M. Cardiac risk reduction TRACY FRAMPTON: Wildlife Conservation Through Education and ParticipationNOV. 5 4:15 P.M. FREE GUEST LECTURES 101114.SNG060714.SNG Music Lessons $18 Per WeekW e can prepare your child to attend a scho ol for the arts. 117 E. Broadway Ave, Kissimmee, FL 34741(407) email@example.com
Page B4, 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. Womans Club meetinge next meeting of the Womans Club of St. Cloud will be Wednesday Oct. 15 at 1:30 p.m. ere will be a presentation from Tom Hurt, St. Cloud City Manager. All are welcome. WCSC is a social and civic organization empowering women to improve their community, support public education and provide annual scholarship assistance for St. Cloud graduates. Monthly meetings occur on the 3rd Wednesday, Sept. through May, at 1:30 p.m. e clubhouse is located at 1012 Massachusetts Ave. For more information contact club President, Charmaine Baust at 407-957-1845 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Florida Native Plant Societyis months presentation at the meeting of the Pine Lily Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will be Embrace Your Bugs with Loret atcher. e meeting will be held on ursday Oct. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 101 W. Dakin Av, 2nd Floor, Kissimmee. atcher is a longtime member of the chapter and writes a national wildlife gardening blog. She will talk about the necessity of insects in the food chain as well as some of the native plants that serve as hosts for these insects. is program is free and the public is encouraged to attend. e purpose of the FNPS is to promote the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the native plants and native plant communities of Florida. Pine Lily is an umbrella chapter covering Osceola County and the surrounding communities. For further information or to join the organization call 407-4334483, PineLilyFNPS@aol. com or visit www.fnps.org.Divorce Care for KidsDivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is a program for children (ages 5) of families experiencing divorce and separation. It meets at Poinciana Christian Church in Kissimmee each Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 p.m., located at 3181 Pleasant Hill Rd, Kissimmee. DC4K is a hands-on interactive kid friendly support system that presents skills to assist children in maneuvering through the dicult places of divorce or separation. For more information, call 407870-9700.Monthly Financial Market Update Robert Rosen, nancial Advisor with Edward Jones in Kissimmee, is holding a monthly update on market events and investment strategies. e free meeting will discuss timely market topics and potential solutions to help you stay on track toward your nancial goals. e next event will be on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 5:30 PM at Vintage Vino, 14 E. Dakin Ave, Kissimmee. For more information call: 407870-5464.Fall 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.Jazz Meets Motown EventOn Oct. 25, Jazz Meets Motown will celebrate its anniversary at the Rotary of Celebration Pancake Breakfast Run at the Celebration Fire House. is is a Health Fair coSponsored by Florida Hospital Celebration Campus and e Rotary Club Of Celebration. ere is a $5 price for all the pancakes and sausages you can eat while hearing great music and support a good cause.Horseshoe clube St. Cloud Horseshoe Club schedule for 2014-15 includes tournaments held at the horseshoe courts at the St. Cloud Civic Center. Tournament dates are Oct. 18, Nov. 8, Dec. 20, Feb. 7, March 7 and April 4. Members of the National Horseshow Pitchers Association and Florida State Horseshoe Pitchers Association can qualify to pitch in the tournaments. e tournament director is Vickie Marteney, 321-2971802. Practice sessions contacts are Dave Jagers, 407-892-3651 and Tom Gowan, 321-443-6871. Halloween dinner and dancee Kissimmee Elks Lodge 1873 will host a Halloween costume dinner and dance, Saturday, Oct. 25 featuring live music by Homer Stiles starting at 5:30 p.m. ere will be a cash bar and graveyard grub buet. Cost is $20 for members and spouses; non-members, $25. For more information contact the lodge at 407847-291.Country concertBilly T Reddish will be at the AmVets Club, 13th St., St. Cloud, Oct. 31 from 4 to 8 p.m. Admission is $5. Food will be available for purchase. For information call 407-922-4502.Elvis tribute fundraisere Donny Edwards Tribute To Elvis Show will be at the American Legion Hall, 200 Lakeshore Drive, Kissimmee, Sunday, Nov. 30 from 2 to 5 p.m. Edwards is winner of many Elvis concerts. ere will be an opening act as well. Proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project and Atypical Children. For information go to epcontinentals.com.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.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 designed to help young moms nd the resources and support to achieve their goals of having a successful pregnancy and birth and raise a healthy baby. e group meets monthly, the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. with guest speakers and varying topics of maternal health and parenting issues. e group also has a donation room in the Zenith High School lled with various baby items as well as a stocked pantry. is months meeting is Sept. 23 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.Goodwill Job DayGoodwill 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.Health insuranceHealth Insurance Marketplace oers information on healthcare. You can enroll for individual coverage through Healthcare.gov. and get insurance covering any preexisting 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.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.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.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 third Tuesday of the Month. Library Room 104, 211 E. Dakin Avenue, Kissimmee, from 10 a.m. noon on the second Wednesday of the month. 3101 17th St., St. Cloud from 10 a.m. to noon on the second and fourth Tuesday of the Month. Call 407-957-7392.Dream Village GalaHelp celebrate the Sunshine Foundations 5th Annual Dream Village Gala Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. e sole purpose is to answer the dreams of children living with lifelong chronic illnesses, physical challenges and the trauma of abuse. e village has been answering dreams for more than 35 years, and this it celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Sunshine Foundation Dream Village, a 22-acre Central Florida resort built to handle the special needs of the children it serves. e event is at Reunion Resort. For more information, email Rich Mergo at rich@ sunshinefoundation.org.Wills and Trusts seminarCapital Estates Educational Services will host a complimentary informational lecture presented by Wealth Preservation Associates. e topic for the presentation will be Wills and Trusts. e lecture information is provided purely as an educational service. No legal matters will be discussed and all requests for further information will be referred to appropriate legal counsel for individual consultation. Have you recently relocated to Florida? Updated your will? e seminar will be held Tue sday at 6 p.m. at the Adult Learning Center Osceola, 2320 New Beginnings Road, Kissimmee. Reservations are required. RSVP to Tom Dalton at 407-908 3708. Christmas Boutiquee Womens Ministry of Cornerstone Family Church will hold the annual Christmas Boutique Saturday, Nov. 15 from 4 to 8 p.m. e group is looking for unique handcraed items, holiday decor, and boutique gi items from a variety of local artisans as well as demonstrators or consultants from popular direct sales companies. If you would like to participate as a vendor email Nancy@ CornerstoneFamily.com to obtain an application. Spaces will ll quickly.Document shreddinge Kiwanis Club of Kissimmee will be holding a free document shredding day Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Shady Lane See Events, page B-5 COMMUNITYCOMMUNITY C OMMUNITY C OMMUNITY www.aroundosceola.comGo to: www.aroundosceola.comGo to: Wet and wild News-Gazette Photo/Marc CleryDogs got to rule over the weekend at the first Barktoberfest event at the Makinson Aquatic Center in Kissimmee. Dogs usually are not welcome at the community pool, but dogs had their day at the special event. In edition to doing that favorite doggy swim stroke, the doggy paddle, there were various dog contests including farthest jump and fastest ball retrieve and even a swim attire contest.
Saturday, October 11, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5 Park And Ride Lot behind the Hess Gas Station on Shady Lane. For more information, call 407 8917893. Griefshare recovery meetingse GriefShare recovery and support group meets at First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, 1717 13th St., St. Cloud, on ursday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m., from until Nov. 21. A second location for meetings is the Village Church at Good Samaritan Village, 1441 Hoeger Circle, Kissimmee, Friday mornings from 10 to 11:30 a.m., from until Nov. 21. GriefShare features nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. Topics include e Journey of Grief, Why?, and Grief and Anger. ese groups are open to people of all faiths who have suered the loss of a loved one through death. For more information, contact Nancy Boss at 407-873-1067, or email email@example.com Hebrew studyA Hebrew worship (Messianic) and scripture study is near you. Come worship and study with us this every Saturday at 11:30 a.m., 1098 Plaza drive, Kissimmee. Biblical feast days are coming, so be prepared for Rosh Hashana (Trumpets), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) and Succot (Tabernacles). Contact: Phyllis at 412537-6960 or Paul 352470-2995 or email: thescriptureoruth@yahoo. com.Osceola Fan Fairee second Osceola Fan Faire will be held at Hart Memorial Central Library in downtown Kissimmee Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. e event is expected to attract 1,000 people or more to a celebration of geek culture, anime, science ction comics, role play and now it is all connected back to literature and a love of reading. All are welcome to the family-friendly event. Republican Party headquarterse headquarters for the Republican Party of Osceola County is located at 214 E. Oak St., Kissimmee, and is open every day except ursday. Call 407-846-8889 for the hours of operation or if you are interested in volunteering.Pancake breakfaste Rota ry Club of Kissimmee West will host the third annual pancake breakfast, with sausage and juice, for only $5 at the Family Life Center at Trinity Lutheran Church and School, 3016 W. Vine St., Saturday from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Tickets will be available at the door or from Kissimmee West Rotarians. ere will be displays and activities for all ages, including the Miss Purdy contest, daring local gentlemen to dress up real fancy. For more information, contact Lynn Ingersoll at LYNNI1508@gmail.com. Fun 2 B Fit Clube Fun 2 B Fit Club is held Mon day, Wednesday and Friday all year long from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th St. ere are a variety of workouts. ere is a requested $2.50 donation per class. Call Beverly Wilcox for more information at 407957-3377. Ahoy Travel Clube Ahoy Carefree Travel Club meetings will be at 12:30 p.m. on the rst and third Mondays at the Elks Lodge, 1655 Kings Highway, Kissimmee. Lunch is available. No membership fee is required. Travel includes day bus trips, overnights, cruises and international travel. For additional information, call 407-569-2118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Kissimmee mall walkersJoin seniors to exercise and socialize at VillaDelSol (formerly Osceola Square Mall) Monday through Friday 8-10 a.m. at the Food Court. No charge. Group osite luncheons being planned. Music, dancing eventere will be live classic country music and some 1950s rock and roll, dancingand some line dancing Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Osceola County Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. ere is no admittance fee but there will be 50/50 tickets sold to help support the eort. Bring a covered dish or snack to be part of the meals at break time. For more information, call 407-892-3338.Flea MarketVFW Post 3227, 915 New York Ave., St. Cloud will have an indoor ea market the second Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. with breakfast available from 8 to 11 a.m. Table rental is $10 per table and spaces are limited. e VFW will also have an all you can eat spaghetti dinner every Monday from 5 to 7 p.m. for only $5; trivia every Tuesday beginning at 6:30 p.m.; bingo every Wednesday, early bird games start at 6:30 p.m., regular games at 7 p.m.; dinners every Friday night, 6 to 8 p.m. and Karaoke Saturday nights. Chuck Wagon Bingo is the third Sunday of each month beginning at 2 p.m. with an assortment of meat as prizes. For more information on activities and qualications for membership, call 407892-6761.Tai Chi classes Tai Chi classes are now open for new students in Hunters Creek and St. Cloud. Tai Chi is a gentle exercise recomm ended by many doctors to improve balance, range of motion and agility. It is calming, yet energizing; easy to do, but profound in its eects. Mondays: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., South Orange Wellness Center, 4170 Town Center Blvd., Suite 101, Hunters Creek (free) and Tuesdays: 1-2 p.m., St. Cloud Community Center, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud (donations accepted). For more information call 407-738-7001. Ladies needed for g amesLadies are needed to ll in some empty spots for bridge and canasta games at the Kissimmee Womens Club, 1616 W. Oak St. in Kissimmee. For more information, call Vera Bas s at 407-846-3787. Food bank e Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida is now sponsoring an Aer school Meals Program at Iglesia Principe De Paz, 2204 W. Columbia Ave., Kissimmee. e program will bring nutritious meals and snacks to children in aer school programs. Snacks and meals will be available at no charge. League looking for Marines e Marine Corps League Detachment No. 1092 is requesting Marines join the group. e league does a variety of things including sending care boxes overseas, memorials, parades, color guard, Toys for Tots drives and also has scholarship programs. e group meets the fourth ursday of the month at the VFW in St. Cloud. ere also is a breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. every second Saturday of the month. For more information, call Jim Underwood at 863-4961107 or the VFW at 407892-6761.Bluegrass jame Bluegrass Jam at the Osceola County Historical Society Welcome Center and History Museum will continue through the sum mer. For the summer months the free monthly jam, held the rst Sunday of every month, will be held indoors at the center. Bring your own chairs. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Musicians interested in joining in and for more information, con tact Ken Leiner at 407-2569957. American Legion Post 10e American Legion Post 10 Kissimmee, 200 Lake Shore Blvd. will hold the following events: Sundays from noon until closing are game days, free pool, bowling and ping pong. On Mondays, free Texas Hold-Em will begin at 5 p.m., the public is invited. On Tuesdays, karaoke will run from noon until 4 p.m. e public is welcome. Euchre will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m. and it is also open to all. Wednesdays is Barn Yard Bingo, every rst and third Wednesday. Barnyard Bingo is also held every rst and third ursday. Fridays is seafood dinner night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., followed by entertainment with a live band and dancing until 11 p.m. All are invited. On Saturdays, dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. followed by entertainment, a live band and dancing. All are invited. e American Legion Post has large hall available for rent for special occasions. Call Judy at 407-847-4193 for more information. Hospice Care volunteersVITAS Innovative Hospice Care of Central Florida needs volunteers in your area who can befriend terminally ill patients, provide relief for weary caregivers, accompany their pet on Paw Pals visits, visit with veterans, provide art and music therapy, make bereavement calls, sew Memory Bears or garment bags, knit/crochet afghans, make cras, help repair medical equipment, or help with administrative work. Call 407-691-4541 or e-mail central floridavolunteers@ vitas.com if you would like to nd out more information.Poinciana Friends of the Librarye Poinciana Friends meet on the third Tuesday each month at 11 a.m. at the Poinciana Branch Library. New members are always welcome. Membership is open for active or supportive status. e group can be reached at Friends of the 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 serviceFaith International Baptist Church, 7769 W. U.S. Highway 192, are now holding services Sundays, at Maingate Lakeside Resort. Services are at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. ere is more information at the www. faithinorlando.com. 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 ub e 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 jeds 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.Cribbage ursdays at 6:30 p.m. Contact Dave Roberts by calling 407-892-2087.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.Domino Clube Triple Flava Domino Club, a nonprot social club in the Poinciana area, meets Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 p.m. at 4683 Old Pleasant Hill Road, Poinciana. EventsContinued from Page B-4 See Events, page B-7
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Saturday, October 11, 2014 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B7 See Events, page B-3 For more information, call 407-230-9631 or on the web at www .tripleava.com.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 classesSel f-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.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. Ran dolph 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 s cheduled events.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.Fitness & Running (GOFAR)Walkers and runners are welco me 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.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 bef ore 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 aspa 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.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.Pinochle Wednesday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Contact Bobbi Clement by calling 407892-2749.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.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 .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. Events Continued from Page B-5 ObituariesFor daily obituaries and services please visit our We bsite: www.ar oundosceola.com SUNRISE-11/23/1946S unset-10/15/2010 In Loving Memory of Luz Mary Mitchell. S he left us quic kly H er thoughts unkno wn B ut left a memor y, We are proud to ow n. So treasure her Lord, in y our garden of rest, F or when on ear th, s he wa s one of the best. Lo vingly Remembered, by y our Husband RogerMa y Y ou Rest in P eace FA TKIN Ea rl L. Fa tkin, 90, passed away on T uesda y, Oc tob er 7, 2014 in Kissimm ee Flo rida Ea rl Fa tkin was bo rn on Se pt ember 2, 1924 in Ca rlos, Ma ry la nd. The so n of Geo rge and Mi ldr ed Fa irgrieve Fa tkin, Ea rl Fa tkin grad ua te d in 1942 fr om Be al Hi gh Sc ho ol in Fr ostb urg, Ma ry la nd. He work ed for the CSX Ra il ro ad, (f or merly B&O and Chessie Ra il ro ad). He st ar te d as an o ffice bo y an d re ti re d, 44 ye ars la ter in 1986, as an elec trical su pe rv is or in So ut h Cu mb erland, Ma ry la nd Mr Fa tkin married Betsy Robertso n on Decem ber 7, 1947.The co up le re ar ed four so ns and led an active family life. Ea rl Fa tkin was ab ov e all a family man, an d he and Betsy were a perf ec t te am .T he co up le en jo ye d family vac at ions, sq ua re da ncing, and tr ave ling, in the st at es and abro ad .E arl, lo vi ng ly kn ow n as Pa p by his gr andchi ldren, en jo ye d woodwo rking, especiall y making it ems to be en jo ye d by family Pa p was al ways whis tling, and he had a sa yi ng for almost ev ery si tu at ion in life, such as Y ou du mb go ose, an d H e s a ca tbir d th at wo ul d ne ver fail to br ing a smile to your face. Ea rl Fa tkin was a memb er of the Al i Ghan Sh rine and char te r memb er of th e Mo tor Co rp unit in Cu mb erland, Ma ry la nd for more th an 50 ye ars. He also was a memb er of the Ohr Lod ge Ma so nic Order of Cu mb erland, Ma ry la nd fo r ov er 50 years. Duri ng their re ti re me nt ye ars, the co up le re loca te d to Kissimm ee Flo rida in 1994 to be closer to their chi ldren an d gr andchi ldren. They were memb ers of the First Un it ed Me thodis t Ch ur ch in S t. Cl ou d. Mr Fa tkin is su rv iv ed by his wi fe, B etsy, and so ns J. Allen and Ba rbara Fatkin fr om Wa rner Ro bi ns, Ga.; Ea rl Fatkin, II, fr om Kissimme e; Da v id an d Ra mona Fatkin fr om T allahasse e, FL; and Ke it h and Gina Fatkin fr om Kissimm ee FL. He is su rv iv ed by eig ht gr andchi ldren and nin e gr ea t gr andchi ldren. He is also su rv iv ed by his sister Christine Busk irk fr om Ne w Oxford, P A. He is pr edeceased by hi s da ug ht er, Les lie An n Fatkin. Hi s memorial se rv ice will be held on Sa turd ay Oc tob er 11 at 11 a.m., at the First Un it ed Me thodis t Ch ur ch in St. Cl ou d, Flo rida In lieu of fl ow ers, Me morial do na ti on s ma y be made to th e Ahlzheimer s As soci at io n (alz.o rg .) or the Sh riner's Ho spit al for Childr en (shrinershos pit alsf or chi ldren.org). GODWIN W illia m Rile y Go dwin II, 89, of Ha nahan, SC passed away on Oc tob er 4, 2014 af ter a br ief illness .B or n a 5th genera ti on Flo ridian in St Cl ou d, FL on No vemb er 19, 1924 to Henry Lilb urn and Evadne Ha rri s Go dwin, W .R . was an Ea gle Sc ou t, at tend ed St Clo ud sc hools an d grad ua te d fr om S t. Cl ou d Hi gh Sc ho ol in 1942. He enr ol led at the Un iversity of Flo rida bu t left sc ho ol to enlist in the Un it ed St at es Na vy Mr Go dwin was aw arde d the Distinguished Flying Cross and 4 Air Me dals. He was au th or ized to we ar the Air Cr ew In signia wi th Go ld Se rv ice St ars (co mb at missions) in addi ti on to nu merous ot her aw ards fo r se rv ice in the Pacific Thea ter du ri ng Wo rld Wa r II. Mr Go dwin re ceived an Ho norable Discharge in 1946 and re en tere d th e Un iversity of Flo rida grad ua ti ng in 1949. Wh il e at UF he was a memb er of the De lt a Ta u De lt a Fr at erni ty and th e Un iversity of Flo rida Marc hing Ba nd. In 1965 he re ceived his MBA fr om Rollin s Co llege. Mr Go dwin married Ma rt ha Granger of Kissimm ee on Ma y 19, 1951. He was pr eceded in de at h by his wi fe of 46 ye ars. After a distinguishe d ca re er in em ploy ee re la ti on s, Mr Go dwin re ti re d in 1982. Hi s re ti re me nt was sp ent tr ave ling around the world, visi ti ng his chi ldren an d gr andchi ldren, re kindling his lo ve for mu sic pl ay ing the trum pet in th e Ch arleston Co mmuni ty Ba nd and ch eeri ng for his be lo ve d Ga tors He was a memb er of Ye amans Pa rk Presbyter ia n Ch ur ch ha vi ng se rv ed as an Elder .H e co nt inued to se rv e his fe ll ow veterans as a memb er of the VFW Ho nor Gu ard. Mr Go dwin is su rv iv ed by so ns W illia m R. Go dwin III (Lynn) of Ca ry NC ; Ja mes R. Go dwin (Virginia) of Al pharet ta GA; da ug ht er sS uzanne G. Di tm an so n (Dale) of Gatlin bu rg TN and Na nc y G. Vo ll and (W oodleigh) of Mt. Do ra, FL. Mr Go dwin is also su rv iv ed by nine gr andchi ldren and on e gr ea t grands on Fu neral se rv ices will be held Sa turd ay Oc tob er 11, at 10:00 a.m., at E pipha ny Anglican Ch ur ch in Eu stis Flo rida .I nt erme nt w ill be at 2:30 p.m., at Rose H ill Ce mete ry in Kissimm ee FL. In lieu of fl ow ers, th e family re quests do na ti on s be made in Bill s name to ei ther Ye amans Pa rk Presbyter ia n Ch ur ch 5931 Mu rr ar y Dr., Ha nahan, SC 29410 or Ho norFlig ht.o rg 300 E. Au bu rn Av e, Sp ri ng fi eld, OH 455054703. Arrangemen ts handled by Ha rden-P au li, Eu stis, FL RO GERS Ch arles Leva to r Ro gers, 76, of Kissimm ee FL passed away on T uesda y Oc tob er 7, 2014 at his residence su rr ou nded by his lo vi ng family He was bo rn on Ap ril 16, 1938 to Jo hn and Ne llie (K eeler) Ro gers in Sw eetw at er, TN. On Decem ber 11, 1959 he married Fa nnette Sargent WEEKS Dianne C. We eks, age 73, died peacefull y in Wi nt er Pa rk FL on Oc tob er 5th, 2014 af ter a lo ng illness. Dianne resided in Po inciana, FL. Dianne was bo rn on Ap ri l 10, 1941 to Ha ro ld an d He len Uh lin of Sc ar sdal e, NY. She was married to W illia m S. We eks on Ju ly 21, 1963, wh o pr edecease d he r. Dianne has lived in Ma maroneck, NY; Pe ekskill, NY; and then mo ve d wi th W illia m to Po inciana, FL in 2000 wh ere she, li terall y, re fuse d to le av e. Dianne lo ve d to sing and was pa rt of th e Ce nt er Singers Co mmuni ty Ch or us for sev eral ye ars. Dianne is su rv iv ed by he r mother He len Uh lin (n ow 101), as we ll as he r da ug ht er Ka thleen We eksBreks a, and Ka thleen s sp ou se Ke vin Breks a, bo th fr om Ma maroneck, NY; her da ug ht er Pa trici a An tonett i, Pa trici a s sp ou se Da niel An tonett i, and gr ands on, Tho mas An tonett i all residing in Po rt Je rv is, NY. Dianne was mu ch lo ve d by he r siblings Ja ne Sw ee ny Ha rr y Uh lin, Su sa n Geier, an d Jim Uh lin and those she consider ed her Flo rida family namely the Aike ys. She w ill be missed Vi si ta ti on w ill be held on Sa turd ay Oc tob er 11th fr om 10:00 a.m. -12 no on at the B eec her Flook s Fu neral Ho me loca te d at 418 Be df or d Road Pl easa n tville, NY 10570 wi th the se rv ice to foll ow at no on at the sa me loca ti on Inte rmen t will be at Ke nsico Ce mete ry in V alhalla, NY Ch arles is su rv iv ed by his lo vi ng wi fe of 54 ye ar s Fa nnette, tw o Da ug ht ers, Lo re tt a Ann Ro gers of Kissimm ee FL, Ma ry R. Tharrington and he r hu sband Wa lt er of Rock y Mo unt, NC; So n, Ch arles A. Ro gers and his wi fe Pa m of S t. Cl ou d, FL; gr ands on ; Michael T. Ro gers of St Cl ou d, FL; gr andd au gh ters : Thar yn N. Ro gers of St Cl ou d, FL; Ha nnah G. Tharrington of Rock Mo unt, NC. Gr ea t Gran d Kids and Many Ni eces an d Ne phe ws. Tw o Sisters, Lill y We bb of Sw eetw at er, TN, Do ro th y Jon es of Rock y Mo unt, NC; tw o Brot hers Ja mes Ro gers of Sw eetw at er, TN, Ge ne Ro gers of Sw eetw at er, TN. Close family frien d; Ke vi n W ilkin s and Sp ecial Angles wh o ca me to Dad's assistance as needed ; Cl arence He nk e, Ma so n Sanders. A Me morial Se rv ice will be co nduc te d on Sa turd ay Oc tob er 11, 2014 at 3:00 p.m., wi th Mr Wa lt er Tharrington; So nIn-L aw o ffici at ing. In lieu of fl ow ers th e family asks th at do na ti on s be made in his name to Vi tas Co mmuni ty Co n ne ctio n c/o Vi ta s In no va ti ve Ho spice Ca re 2201 Lucien Wa y, Su it e #100, Mait la nd, FL 32751. Arrangemen ts under th e ca re of Os ceola Me mo ry Gardens, Ce mete ry Fu neral Ho me an d Crem at or y, 1717 Ol d Bo gg y Cr eek Road Kissimm ee Fl 34744. 1717 Old Bo gg y Road Kissimm ee FL 34744 www .osceolamemgds.co m 060714.SNG And Cremation Services rfnftb www.conradandthompson.comt 100914.TNGEverything You Want to Know About Cremation, Funeral & Cemetery Planning407-957-2511 Call today to reserve your seats. Dont put it off!Learn how to make it easier for your family. This informative Seminar will beTuesday, October 14th, 2014 at 11:30 a.m.at the Buffet City, 4551 13th St., St. Cloud, FL PENTECOSTAL CHURCHRev. P. Sewell, Pastor GRACE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF JESUSA Church where Worship, Praise and Prayer is a liberty. ALL ARE WELCOMED. Worship Services: Sunday School...10:00am Morning Worship...11:15am Wednesday Bible Study...6:00pm 4501 Reaves Rd. Kissimmee, FL 34746 321-402-6684 OR 407-933-1794 Sunday Worship: 8:15am & 11:00am Traditional 9:40am Contemporary FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCHKissimmee 101 West Dakin Ave., Kissimmee, www.kissimmeefumc.orgOpen hearts. Open minds. Open doors.The people of The United Methodist Church Lock Haven Baptist Church14246 Boggy Creek Road Orlando, FL 32824 (407) 851-5420 LANE STOCKTON, PAs S TOR SCHEDULE OF SERVICEsS Sunday School . ..................................... 10:00 am Morning Service . ................................... 11:00 am Evening Service . ..................................... 6:30 pm Wednesday Service . ............................... 7:00 pmwww.lockhavenbaptist.org
Page B8, To Place Your Ad Here Call 407-846-7600 O SCEOLA O SCEOLA 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? Ingredients1 tablespoon butter for greasing 12 medium-large leeks, green o, white split and sliced into rounds 2 cups mascarpone cheese 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon pepper 1 1/2 teaspoon salt 4 ounces grappa or vodka 2/3 cup grated parmesan cheeseInstructions1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Grease an oval dish with the butter. 2. Place leeks in a large bowl. In smaller bowl place and combine the mascarpone cheese, nutmeg, pepper, salt and grappa (or vodka, depending on which you choose to use). 3. Scrape mixture into leeks bowl and combine gently with two forks. 4. Spoon mixture into greased baking dish and spread evenly. 5. Scatter parmesan cheese over the mixture. Bake for 2025 minutes, or until deep golden crust forms.Instructions1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray roasting pan with nonstick cooking spray. 2. Place turkey breast in pan with roasting rack. Slather butter on outside of the turkey skin. 3. Grind fresh sea salt and pepper over skin. Cover with foil. 4. Place turkey in oven and roast according to package directions. Uncover the turkey in the last 15 to 30 minutes of cooking time to brown up nicely.Baked LeeksInstructionsFor the crust: 1 cups crushed vanilla wafers (about 45 cookies) 1/3 cup chopped pecans melted butter For the lling: 1 package 8 ounce cream cheese, soened 2/3 cup confectioners sugar 2 tablespoons Orange liqueur 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup whipping cream For the topping: 1 cup sugar 3 tablespoons cornstarch 3 tablespoons water 2 cups fresh or frozen raspberries divided Roasted Turkey Breast If you are a white meat and turkey breast fan you might want to consider cooking just the turkey breast instead of the whole turkey. It takes a lot less time to cook, is easier to handle and clean up, and will taste just as good. If you can, you will want to nd what is called a hotel style breast because that will include some of the extra parts you can use for gravy, such as portions of the giblets, neck, back, and neck. e hotel breast also oen has whole wings attached and sometimes comes with at least some of the dark meat as well. Preparing the breast for cooking can be done as you would a whole turkey. You can brine it, for example, or fry it as well. Brining pulls the skin together and allows the moisture to remain during cooking. ere are many dierent brining recipes but one of Julie Gearys favorites is originally from Gourmet magazine. It is 16 cups water, 2 cups each of sugar and coarse salt, 5 cloves of crushed garlic and 1 tablespoon pickling spices. Heat the ingredients until they are dissolved and then let cool before using. Immerse the turkey completely in the brine and let it sit in the refrigerator overnight. Note: When you are going to brine a turkey you should not buy a turkey that is labeled self-basting. A selfbasting turkey or chicken has been injected with a salt and avoring solution. If you buy a frozen turkey breast or whole turkey remember to thaw it out far enough ahead of time so that it is ready to cook. Always use either the refrigerator thawing method (about 1 day of thawing for every 4 pounds) or if you have less time you can use the cold water thawing method. With the cold-water method you place it breast side down and immerse it completely in your sink lled with cold water. Allow about 30 minutes for every pound and change the water about every hour or so. (You can use a large cooler if you do not want to or cannot use your sink.) You should never thaw out a turkey on the counter or anywhere else at room temperature as bacteria can form in the process. Whats For Dessert?IngredientsFor the crust: 1. Combine wafer crumbs, pecans and butter. Press onto the bottom and up the sides of a greased 9 pie plate. For the lling: 1. In a large bowl beat cream cheese, confectioners sugar, liqueur and vanilla until light and uy. Fold in whipped cream. Spread into piecrust. Refrigerate until chilled. For the topping: 1. In a small saucepan, combine sugar and cornstarch; stir in water and 1 cups raspberries. Bring to boil. Cook, stirring constantly for 2 minutes, until thickened. Transfer to a bowl. Refrigerate and chill. Spread topping over lling. Garnish with remaining berries..IngredientsBone In Turkey Breast Only (hotel style if possible) stick of unsalted Butter, room temperature Freshly ground sea salt Freshly ground black pepper, to tasteRasberry Cream Pie
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