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Osceola news-gazette
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Osceola news gazette
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By Rachel Christian Staff Writer Two white buckets overowing with Kit-Kat bars acted as sweet symbolism at a Valencia groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday. The Kit-Kats, perched on the plow of a bulldozer, were a nod to the construction of two new buildings on Valencias Osceola County campus Careers in Industry and Technology (CIT) building and the Center for Accelerated Technology (CAT). But the buildings will contribute much more than catchy acronyms. They will house new, short-term training programs aimed at boosting employee wages for in-demand jobs. Not all jobs require a bachelors degree. Not all jobs even require an associates degree, said Kathleen Plinske, president of Valencias Poinciana, Lake Nona and Osceola campuses. But essentially all new jobs require some education beyond high school. According to a recent Georgetown University study, 11.6 million U.S. jobs have been created since 2009. Yet, only 80,000 of those jobs went to individuals with only a high school diploma. e idea behind Valencias new short-term training programs is to teach blue-collar workers desirable job skills that will translate into higher wages and a better quality of life for residents. Sandy Shugart, president and CEO of Valencia, said the colleges goal is to train 5,000 people each year through these accelerate six-week to six-month programs. e notion there is that over a ve-year period, 25,000 families will By Charlie Reed For the News-Gazette NeoCity Academy wont have books or desks or even classrooms. Tests wont be given by teachers so much as presented by students. e new high-tech STEM high school is eschewing traditional teaching methods and instead is creating a whole new approach to learning. We consider ourselves disruptors of the status quo and were proud of that, NeoCity Academy Principal Michael Meechin said. Our school isnt based on the comprehensive model were all used to. Weve redesigned it from the ground up. Its inquiry-driven and project-based, said Meechin, the former principal at Poinciana High School. e idea that a teacher has a classroom you go to every day does not exist at NeoCity. The magnet STEM school (short for science, technology, engineering and mathematics) opens this fall with one class of about 110 incoming freshmen at a temporary campus at Gateway High School. But when the permanent campus opens at Osceola Countys technology park NeoCity in 2019, the physical innovations will be on full display. Glass interior walls will bisect much of the three-story, 45,000-square foot building. By Rachel Christian Staff Writer The history of Osceola County was shaped by cowboys, frontier tycoons, and of course, a man named Walt Disney. But the story of this area is still evolving, and ocials at the Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum wanted to reect the diversity of those changes. On Wednesday night, the Historical Society hosted Words of Pride: Living My History, a collection of six memoir-style videos featuring distinguished members of the Hispanic community. Capturing the recollections of older generations for archive purposes is common practice at many history museums across the country. In Osceola County, the historical society began collecting the oral histories of its residents on cassette tape in the 1980s. The preservation society has worked to digitalis those first-person accounts in recent years, but Historical Society President Donna Hart said the group hadnt recorded any new stories for a while. We realized we were missing a demographic from our community, Hart said. We wanted to make sure everyone was represented. Six local Hispanic gures were chosen to end the oral history hiatus and share their story. Those gures include two county commissioners, Viviana Foster youth in Osceola spotlighted.Residents are invited to participate in Foster Youth Connection Month.Page 11.New rapid training programs coming to Valencia Re-writing history: Museum debuts Words of PrideTaking cues from tech industry, NeoCity Academy bucks normal school modelsStaring at the starNEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCK Eric Hoin lets Sebastian Garzon and his mother, Marta, get a close look at the sun during the Caribbean Fusion festival held on Sunday at Kissimmees Lakefront Park. Hoin built the 10-inch telescope years ago after spending a year designing it. INSIDE ONG Informing readers. Helping build a stronger community. 50 CENTS WWW.AROUNDOSCEOLA.COM Saturday, April 28, 2018Around Osceola 1The egg recall.Extension Services tells residents what they need to know.2 3 The day the world stopped spinning.e eect 9/11 had on the city of Kissimmee.High blood pressure. Poinciana doctor explains the risks of hypertension.AROUND TOWN LOG ONFollow us at https:// www.facebook.com/ osceolanewsgazette FOLLOWFollow us on Osceola News-Gazette@ OsceolaNews TOP STORIESLOCAL State of the County address. Page 5.SPORTS St. Cloud plays for ag football championship. Page 7.REAL ESTATE Six home decor trends. Page 17.Serving Osceola County for 127 Years WHERE TO FIND ITViewpoint ................4 Daily Planner ........11 Business Services ..19 Classieds ..............20 Brainfood ...............23 WE BACK THE BLUE See Museum, Page 6. See Academy, Page 6.NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/CINDY JOINTMaria Grulich, center, the director of global business at Florida Realtors in Orlando, said she was honored to be selected to speak at the premier of the Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museums new exhibit called Words of Pride: Living My History. NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKRobert MacMillan, instructor of the new Mechatronics class at Valencia College (center), talks with students Antwyne Zanders (left) and Jim Anderson (right) at the ground breaking for the new Careers in Industry and Technology building and Center for Accelerated Training building. See Valenica Page 5.

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Page 2 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 A female panther and her two kittens are back in the wild today, after spending months in captivity. On April 10, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) panther team released the panther family on the Picayune Strand State Forest in Collier County. This is the first time the FWC has rescued, rehabilitated and released a family group of panthers. FWC biologists rescued the adult female panther, known as FP224, in December 2017 after she was struck by a vehicle in Naples. They took her to the Animal Specialty Hospital of Florida in Naples where veterinarians determined she had a broken hind leg. Following a successful surgery to repair the fracture, the FWC panther veterinarian took the panther to White Oak Conservation Foundation for rehabilitation. In June, FP224 produced a litter of one female and two male kittens, and biologists suspected these kittens were near where their mother was injured. They set up cameras to locate the young panthers, and two of the kittens were photographed and captured immediately thereafter. Unfortunately, biologists were not able to capture the third kitten. Biologists brought the two male kittens to White Oak Conservation Foundation. They were not immediately returned to their mother so that her leg had time to heal. Last month, the family was reunited in a 1-acre pen to maintain the family bond. Recently, veterinarians determined that all three felines were healthy and ready for release. Typically, orphaned kittens still dependent on their mothers need to be kept in captivity until they can survive on their own, said Darrell Land, FWC panther team leader. However in this case, the mother can continue to raise her kittens, teaching them the required survival and social skills they would not receive in captivity. FP224 is not new to the rescue and rehabilitation efforts of the FWC and partners. In 2013, she was struck by a vehicle and had to be rescued. In the years between the two accidents she has produced three litters of kittens, successfully contributing to the Florida panther population. CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR A SUBMISSION. AGRICULTURAL BRIEFS Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam released the following statement after the U.S. Department of Agriculture recently released its monthly citrus crop forecast for the 2017-18 season: Floridas citrus growers took a direct hit from Hurricane Irma and suffered unprecedented damage, which todays forecast clearly shows, he said. Were encouraged by the USDAs recent announcement that disaster relief is forthcoming, and Ill continue to work with the USDA, Governor Scott, our congressional delegation and industry representatives to make sure the disaster relief process is implemented in a way that will help Floridas growers and producers get back on their feet. The USDAs forecast of 45 million boxes of oranges for the 2017-18 season is unchanged from Februarys estimate and down 9 million boxes from the 54 million boxes predicted at the start of the season. The forecast represents a decline of more than 80 percent since the peak of citrus production at 244 million boxes during the 1997-98 season. In the wake of Hurricane Irma, Putnam announced that Florida citrus sustained more than $760 million in damages. In the weeks following Hurricane Irma, Putnam joined Gov. Rick Scott in Washington D.C to discuss the agricultural damage and to request federal assistance with Floridas Congressional Delegation. In February, the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives passed a spending bill that included more than $2.3 billion for agricultural assistance. UF researchers awarded USDA grants to advance livestock production Two researchers with the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences are one step closer to preventing flu in pigs and helping dairy producers get more milk for their buck, thanks to several grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. John Driver and Tim Hackmann, both assistant professors in the department of animal sciences, were awarded close to $700,000 in total from the USDAs National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Snook will close to all harvest in Gulf state, federal and inland waters, including all of Monroe County and Everglades National Park, starting May 1. Seasonal harvest closures conserve Floridas valuable snook populations and help sustain and improve the fishery for the future. Snook is open to harvest in Atlantic state, federal and inland waters, including Lake Okeechobee and the Kissimmee River, through May 31, closing June 1. Both the Atlantic and Gulf will reopen for recreational snook harvest Sept. 1. Snook are one of the many reasons Florida is the Fishing Capital of the World. While snook may be caught and released during the closed season, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) encourages anglers to handle their catch carefully to help the fish survive upon release. Proper handling methods can help ensure the species abundance for anglers today and generations to come. To learn more about fish handling, visit MyFWC. com/Fishing and click on Saltwater Fishing, Recreational Regulations and Fish Handling. Learn more about recreational fishing at MyFWC.com/ Fishing by clicking on Saltwater Fishing and Recreational Regulations. Its nesting season for Floridas waterbirds, and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and Audubon Florida are reminding beachgoers and boaters to give these birds and their young space to help keep them safe. This is a critical time of year for nesting birds and their young, said Craig Faulhaber, avian conservation coordinator for the FWC. By taking a few simple steps, people can enjoy a day at the beach or on the water without disturbing nesting birds and their chicks, which increases the birds chances of survival. Shorebirds and seabirds build shallow nests out of sand and shells on beaches in spring and summer, and eggs and chicks are difficult to see. Wading birds, such as herons and egrets, as well as pelicans, are also nesting now on islands around the state. Both types of birds can be easily disturbed if people approach too closely. Such disturbance can cause birds to abandon their nesting sites, exposing eggs and chicks to predators, sun exposure and other harm. UF veterinarians share health research with poultry farmers in Syria at conferenceThe conflict in Syria has caused more than $16 billion in crop and livestock losses and destroyed farming assets, according to a 2017 report from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. Since 2011, household livestock ownership in the war-torn nation has plummeted, down by 47 percent for poultry, the report states. Against that backdrop, in an area deemed not safe enough for University of Florida faculty to travel to at this time, attendees of the Fifth International Poultry Conference at Hama University in Syria this week will nonetheless benefit from the expertise of UF veterinarians who found a way to share their research. Gary Butcher and Jorge Hernandez, faculty members in the UF College of Veterinary Medicine with expertise in poultry medicine and epidemiology, respectively, were invited by conference organizers to exchange information with local scientists, policymakers and producers about diseases in poultry that are of economic and public health importance. I n his talk, Butcher discussed how other changes in antibiotics, vaccines, testing methods and broilers themselves have led the poultry industry to where it is today in combating the increased threat of mycoplasma infection. He also pointed out the proliferation of antibiotics and vaccines to control the spread of the disease has actually led to increased bacterial resistance. By Gabriela Murza As you may have heard in the news recently, a massive nationwide egg recall was issued for nine states along the East Coast because of potential salmonella contamination. No doubt, you may be wondering if your eggs are included on the list, as is, how it can get into an egg in the first place, the products that are being recalled, and how to prevent and treat a foodborne illness. Salmonella braenderup is a strain of salmonella that can affect poultry, eggs, and dairy products. It is found in the intestines and feces of infected humans and animals, including chickens. The chickens can pass on the bacteria to the egg before the shell develops, or after its laid if the egg is exposed to feces of the infected animal. Cleaning and inspection practices help prevent or decrease the potential for contamination. Animals are frequently tested for salmonella, and treated accordingly. In the manufacturing process, eggs are tested as well and taken out of the line so they dont get mixed with healthy eggs. An infected chicken will not always lay infected eggs! It will lay normal eggs with a few being contaminated. Therefore, the batches in the recall are not all contaminated. However, its not possible to know which eggs are contaminated, so to be extra cautious, the recall is for any eggs that come from a particular location. There is no evidence that organic, free-range, naturally raised or fed chickens are any healthier or safer from contamination than conventionally raised chickens. The recall comes from Rose Acre Farms with eggs labeled under brands that include Coburn Farms, Country Daybreak, Food Lion store brand, Crystal Farms, Great Value, and Sunshine Farms. Stores and some restaurants in Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia may be carrying the affected brands. The complete list can be found on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website.You can also check your egg carton for plant number P-1065 and Julian date range of 011-102. If you ate any of the eggs, look for symptoms that include fever, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea. Symptoms appear 12-72 hours after eating the contaminated product. Most people will experience the symptoms for a few days, but their body will fight it. Those at most risk are the elderly, young children, and those with a compromised immune system due to illness or medication. To prevent possible illness at any time, cook eggs thoroughly, and wash hands before and after handling food and after using the restroom. The best treatment includes washing your hands before and after handling food and after using the restroom, to minimize passing it on to others. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, and eat foods that wont irritate your stomach like plain toast, bananas, and other mild non-spicy foods. Gabriela Murza is an extension agent with UF/ IFAS Extension Osceola County. Photo by Carlton Ward Jr. in partnership with FWC.

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Page 4 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 Is widening of John Young Parkway from Portage to Vine Street in Kissimmee ever going to be completed? ats a question we believe has been on the minds of every motorist that has had to drive the 1.37-mile stretch of road. Its a construction project that never seems to end. Motorists were told the road-widening project would wrap up by January 2018. en the date was later pushed to May, and now the Florida Department of Transportation says the vague time frame of fall 2018. Is FDOT sure this time? We hope so. Because the drive and the excuses are starting to get old. Roughly 37,000 motorists travel the four-lane roadway daily, according to FDOT trac counts. Its turned into a rough, ugly road lined with barricades and orange cones. Some citizens have reached out to the News-Gazette for answers. So we asked the FDOT in a recent article. Steve Olsen, public information director for FDOTs East Central Florida district, said three factors have contributed to delays. Bad weather added 29 days to the project timeline, and holiday road closures added 47 days and multiple conicts with existing utilities in the ground tacked on an additional 137 days. Well, what constitutes as bad weather? We understand it can be dangerous working in a thunderstorm. But is just simple rain under that umbrella? Forty-seven days for holiday road closures? How many holiday parades or events does Osceola County really have? And with the utilities factor, sewer lines beneath Mabbette Street date back to the 1930s, and before work began on John Young Parkway, Toho Water Authority determined that the lines needed to be replaced at the same time. We just think that was just poor planning that should have been ironed out before starting the Parkway project. Some drivers have complained that they just dont see any work going on. Olsen said much of the work being done is occurring at night and underground, which may be why many drivers oen say they never see work taking place when they drive by. Well, that may be, but drivers are getting frustrated and angry trying to navigate the section of road, either trying to get to and from work or just reach a destination. And unfortunately frustrated drivers stuck in traffic can sometimes lead to worse situations, such as road rage. We cant point a nger at Kissimmee or Osceola County government ocials. ey have no control over the construction work. is is simply a state issue. So we wonder, when the fall rolls around, are we going to have a completed widening project or more excuses? Only time will tell. Sun Publications of Florida cannot be held responsible for advertising claims. We reserve the right to refuse or discontinue any advertising, and to edit editorial content. All materials in these publications are copyrighted. Publisher will not be liable for any errors in advertising to a greater extent than the cost of the space occupied by the error, and accepts responsibility only for an error in the rst weeks issue. to the editor?Email it to Editor Brian McBride at bmcbride@ osceolanewsgazette.com. When will parkway-widening project be completed? Year 127 No. 34Editor BRIAN McBRIDE Sports Editor KEN JACKSON A & E Editor JENNIFER DIDOMENICO Production Manager ANGELIQUE PRIORE Circulation Manager KATHY BECKHAM Chief Photographer MARTIN MADDOCK (USPS Number 513540) (ISSN 1060-1244) Published each Thursday and Saturday for $52 per year by Sun Publications of Florida. All rights reserved. Periodicals postage paid at Kissimmee, FLPostmaster: Send address changes to: Osceola News-Gazette 108 Church St., Kissimmee, FL 34741The Osceola News-Gazette is published by Sun Publications of Florida, a division of Lakeway Publishers of Florida, Inc. Phone 407-846-7600. Fax 407-846-8516. Email at news@ osceolanewsgazette.com. The Osceola News-Gazette is available online at: www.aroundosceola.com.What do you think of the red light running cameras in Kissimmee/ Osceola County? Give us reasons why they should stay or go. Stay Go Comments: ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Zip Code: ______________ Email: _ ______________________________ Would you like to speak with us in further detail? May we contact you? Yes No Please return this survey to our ofce or mail your comments to: Osceola News-Gazette 108 Church Street, Kissimmee, FL 34741 or you can also answer online at www.aroundosceola.com.

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 5 There are certain events throughout our lives that leave indelible marks. My parents could tell me exactly what they were doing when President John F. Kennedy was shot. Others knew what they were doing when the Space Shuttle Challenger blew up or even when it was announced that Elvis Presley had died. For my generation, I will always remember what I was doing and where I was when I rst heard of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks at the World Trade Center, Pentagon and Shanksville, Pa. I even remember that I received phone calls from family, friends and even my childrens school teachers to see what they should do, if anything. It was an unusual day to say the least. It was a Tuesday and I had training that day to renew my CPR certication. I didnt know what was going on in the world, but a lot of people thought all police must talk and know everything because they continuously called. We were all called in early so we could complete the CPR training early and then receive security assignments for the remainder of the day. Some of us were assigned to secure critical infrastructure like Kissimmee Utility Authority and Toho Water Authority plants. Some were stationed at the Amtrak train station and still others protected the hospitals. But what I am sure most people would not be aware of was the squad of ocers assigned to patrol and protect places of worship, specically, the mosque on Central Avenue as well as the Sikh Temple on Hoagland Boulevard. Why would we do that? We wanted to stop people from retaliating against dierent places of worship from their own because of the actions of those 19 hijackers. For many people, the shock of the attacks never really went away and in the aftermath of the attacks, there were many people who just wanted to add to the hysteria. I had recently been promoted to sergeant in late August. One of my rst days as a supervisor without another sergeant constantly checking on what I was doing was September 12, 2001. That was no easy task. In the rst four hours of that Wednesday, we had three bomb threats and a suspicious package. People were still calling and asking me and others at the police department what they should do. ere was an eerie silence as no planes were heard overhead getting ready to land at the Orlando International Airport and there was no noise coming from any of the flight schools at the Kissimmee Gateway Airport. There was a run on bread, milk and other essential items at the store as people were frightened and braced for the worst. Would there be other attacks? at was the question. The police telephone lines lit up with tips of who was and wasnt a terrorist. People even called the department to ask if it was true that Nostradamus had predicted this attack. I have never gured out how why someone would think we would have known that answer. While it was an out of control kind of day we still had a chance to laugh a little. Early in the morning ocers responded to 2407 W. Vine St. to what is now the Staymore hotel, in reference to a suspicious package. ere was a box with writing that said, Open and Die on it. We secured the area, re-routed trac o West Vine Street, and patiently waited for the Bomb Squad to arrive. We used the Orange County Sheriffs Office for their services and Im positive those guys were being run ragged. So, how is this funny enough to cause us all a little laugh? Let me continue. The bomb squad arrived and did what they do best: render the package safe. When the package was destroyed, we found that it had been chock full of pens, pencils, crayons and other school supplies and they were now all over the parking lot. Obviously, it was a childs school box. The funny part was that right after the package had been destroyed, a male pulled up to the scene and said he was looking for his sons pencil box and that his son had written a message on it to keep his brother from taking any of the supplies. When we pointed to the pencils and pens all over the parking lot of the hotel, we all busted out laughing! This was a moment of levity for all of us working. I am sure the people stuck in the traffic jam that was caused by closing West Vine Street werent happy, but we laughed and decompressed, if only for a few minutes. Events that occurred over 1,000 miles away from here had directly impacted Kissimmee. It was a scary time and none of us knew what would happen to the country or to our community. The world had truly stopped spinning. I am very thankful that the worst of it for us was that childs pencil box with the ominous warning to his brother. It was just a little humor through a horrible event. The day the world stopped spinning: part oneREMEMBERING KISSIMMEE JOHN LEWISFormer deputy police chief VALENCIAContinued from Page 1 be delivered from hand-tomouth work to a sustainable living wage, Shugart said. And that changes everything. Construction on the CAT building is set to wrap up in just nine months. Once complete, the facility will be home base for training programs like construction, transportation logistics and clinical medical assisting. It will also oer language courses such as intensive English and conversational Spanish. The much larger CIT building will be complete about a year later, and include classrooms for both training and associate degree programs like engineering technology and hospitality management. e two facilities will add a combined 50,700 square feet of instructional space to the Osceola County campus. Local and state leaders championed CIT and CAT as a gateway opportunity for low-income Osceola County residents. This is awesome, Im so ecstatic about this whole system, said State Rep. John Cortes, D-Kissimmee. Were going to keep working to make this a better community, so that everyone can have a job. NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKValencia Colleges Campus President Dr. Kathleen Plinske spoke about the purpose of the new Careers in Industry and Technology building. Osceolas growth focus of State of the County By Rachel Christian Staff Writer Osceola Countys rapid growth took center stage on April 19 at the sixth annual State of the County Address. From new massive developments, such as Magic Place and Sunbridge to the populations impact on roads and transportation, the topic of growth management dominated discussion by county ocials. County Commission Chairman Fred Hawkins Jr. said there is a denite disconnect between what residents want and what is actually going on in the community. Some people want things to stay the same way they are, but at the same time they want more, he said. Whether its a big box store chain or a chain restaurant, those things only come with more rooops. From the countys perspective, its about compromise.See State Page 6. Swing for All Generations Presented by CenterState Bank Schooleld Properties Publix Super Market Charities Friday, May 4, 2018 Celebration Golf Club 701 Golf Park Drive, Celebration, FL 34747 Registration 7:00 8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start 8:00 a.m. $125 per person (will provide 18 meals) $500 per team (will pro vide 72 meals) 4 Person scramble 9 Hole Regulation & 9 Hole Par 3 and Par 5 Challenge with $75 prizes on all 9 holes.SOLICITATION OF FUNDS : The Osceola Council on Aging, Inc. #SC00067 has complied with the registration requirements of Chapter 496, F.S., Solicitation of Contributions Act. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL FREE WITHIN THE STATE. 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Page 6 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 STATEContinued from Page 5 According to recently released U.S. Census Bureau estimates, Osceola County has grown an estimated 25.25 percent since 2010, making it Floridas secondfastest growing county. Local government enacted a six-month building moratorium in November to slow residential development while county ocials determined the best way to handle Osceolas fastpaced growth. Hawkins said the commission and sta have been working hard to review building codes and standards since then, including standardized street design, parking lots, driveways and home lot sizes. Although standardized lot sizes have been a hot button issue for many residents living in rural areas, the chairman said it isnt an issue. Its the quality of the product thats built on that lot, Hawkins said. ings like adding more quality and refined materials to enhance architectural style, so there are not hundreds of identical houses in neighborhoods. e moratorium didnt stop all growth however, and Hawkins discussed the impact of massive development projects such as Sunbridge and Tohoqua during his address. Sunbridge is set to become one of Central Floridas biggest developments, and cover some 37 square miles across Orange and Osceola County. A road connecting Sunbridge with Osceola has sparked controversy for over a year because the proposed route would go through a large nature reserve known as Split Oak. Hawkins didnt address the debated toll road, but said ocials continue to meet regularly with representatives from Tavistock, the developer of Sunbridge and Lake Nona. He noted that such communities will bring quality and diversity to our housing stock. Planning has been focused on the signicant infrastructure work to create a project of this scale, he said. A project of this magnitude will continue to be a priority for the county. Commissioner Brandon Arrington touched on how transportation in Osceola County has evolved over the years. ere was no Osceola Parkway, so if you wanted to get to Disney or anywhere else out west, you had to take 192, which was a twolane road and all there was a Holiday Inn and the big orange, he said. Arrington added that building and improving new roads will continue to be a vital part of Osceola Countys future. This board is doing everything it can to make sure people are getting where they need to be in a timely manner, Arrington said. Hawkins ACADEMYContinued from Page 1 Small and large commonarea spaces will replace traditional classrooms to foster the collaborative learning space. Science, design and fabrication laboratories will also be part of the small campus, Meechin said. e school is essentially wrapped in two essential concepts; that learning can happen anywhere and that you can see learning happening, he said. The school is being designed to look and feel like the unique work environments at companies like Apple, Amazon and BRIDG, the public-private technology consortium at the center of the countys $120 million-plus investment in NeoCity. The county also invested $15 million in NeoCity Academy along with donating the 5-acre parcel for the school. The high school is among the rst components of the new technology park that ocials in Osceola say will shi the economic base of the county, now anchored by tourism and agriculture. e students will help create a local talent pipeline to ll the thousands of highwage, high-skilled jobs that NeoCity is expected to produce. The highly selective school not only will be an opportunity for its students, but it will also serve as a draw for individuals and companies looking to relocate to Osceola to work at NeoCity, said School Board Member Clarence Thacker, who is also the business director for NeoCity. I do see us being the East Coast Silicon Valley, acker said. NeoCity Academy has secured commitments from engineering and software development rms and industry experts to help mentor students and participate in peer-reviewed projects. Much of the school work and assignments at NeoCity will revolve around solving real-world problems, with students and teachers using a variety of platforms and content. e grading system will be traditional A-F scale, although it will rely on internal standards, unlike other schools. Were going to be a place where failure is encouraged because that results in growth and innovation, which goes against traditional methods, Meechin said. Because when you look at companies like Apple, Amazon and SpaceX they dont move innovative practices forward without failure. Our school is built on that same concept. And forget traditional electives, such as drama and TV production. NeoCity electives will include engineering, cybersecurity, biodesign and healthcare robotics. And the same goes for sports. Instead of Friday night football games well have live feeds of SpaceX launches and other events like that, Meechin said. Language and physical education requirements will be completed online, which other high schools also oer. NeoCity Academy will also oer dual-enrollment courses with the University of Central Florida a partner with the school and the University of Florida. While the School Board approved the school and supports its novel concepts, we have some folks still unsure about this model, Meechin said. Were excited to show people what this learning will do. Our hope is that well have kids with fully funded Kickstarter projects by the time theyre in college. ese kids want to cure cancer and are driven by high-arching goals with global impact, Meechin noted. Our kids are operating with the goal of changing the world, she said. There are a few more spots available for the 2018-19 school year at NeoCity Academy. For more information, contact Principal Michael Meechin at 407-933-3903. MUSEUMContinued from Page 1 Janer and Peggy Choudhry, Osceola Star publisher Gullermo Bill Hansen, Hilda Perez of Experience Kissimmee, Kissimmee Police Department Lt. Ralph Herrera and Maria Grulich. Grulich, who works as the director of global business at Florida Realtors in Orlando, said she was honored to be selected, but also nervous about recording the story of her Spanish-Cuban heritage to preserve for future generations. I was proud of Osceola County for doing this... because it shows they care about inclusion, said Grulich, the former international development director for Experience Kissimmee.. We are part of that history. Were making history now. Wednesday night saw another inclusive addition to the Welcome Center the first self-guided walking tour offered in Spanish. Hart said its something the Historical Society has wanted to do for years, but didnt have the resources to do so until recently. We have a very small staff, a very small budget, so weve slowly worked to translate materials into Spanish, the director said. Ocials at the Welcome Center said they plan to continue enhancing content at the museum by translating material at Pioneer Village and eventually adding audio tours in Spanish at both locations. Hart said the historical society also plans to add oral histories from a mix of local residents moving forward. Videos from Words of Pride: Living My History can be found on YouTube and the Osceola County Historical Society website. NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/CINDY JOINTA video of Osceola County Commissioner Peggy Choudhry played during the museum exhibit. Is your nonprot group or local organization looking for volunteers to help you out in the community?The News-Gazette is establishing a new Volunteer section to list where volunteers are needed. If your organization or nonprot needs volunteers, then give the group name, a description of your group, the volunteer requirements and contact information.Email that information to Editor Brian McBride at bmcbride@osceolanewsgazette.com. There is no cost for this service.

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 7 By Ken Jackson Sports Editor For the third year in a row, Harmony and St. Cloud advanced to their district ag football championships. St. Cloud hosted Lake Nona Thursday for the District 2A-5 title (see www. aroundosceola.com for updates). Harmony, playing at East River in the A-10 championship for its third title in a row and ninth in 12 years, couldnt get the big play needed on oense and fell to Orlando Jones, 7-0. Jones scored in the rst half, ending a long drive on a short touchdown pass from Kamiya Webb to Porsha Jones. e Longhorns defense kept rising to the occasion in the second half, as Jenna Butcofski and Taitiyana Taylor had interceptions, and Bryn Hudson kept a fourth-quarter drive alive with a big fourth-down reception from Baylee Richards, but all night Harmony seemed one play short of getting an equalizing score. Defensively the girls did a great job, really got the job done, Coach Paul Strauch said. Oensively we struggled, and thats on me, usually were better on oense. But Im proud of the eort, we had our backs against the walls many times and the girls bowed up and gave us a chance to win until the very end. Harmony ended the season 11-1. We won 11 games and were heartbroken, but thats the way it should be, said Strauch, who is used to coaching the Longhorns into the regional and state playoff levels into May. Weve set a standard for Harmony ag football. The Bulldogs and Longhorns seminal games on Tuesday. St. Cloud (12-1) spotted Cypress Creek an early touchdown after an interception on the first play of the game, but then turned back into themselves in a 26-6 win in District 2A5. Quarterback Elly Schmidt threw four touchdown passes, all in the rst half, and completed 10 passes in a row at one stretch to push St. Cloud to the win. I was more nervous at the start about coming back from a loss (6-0 to Harmony last ursday that won the Longhorns the OBC title) than the kids were, St. Cloud Coach Codie Nieder said. Well be all right, were hoping to get our third district championship in a row. e win put St. Cloud in Thursdays championship against Lake Nona, who defeated Osceola, 14-0, in Tuesdays earlier game. Cypress Creek took the early 6-0 lead on St. Cloud, but from that moment Tuesdays game was all Bulldogs. Schmidt completed all six of her passes on the next drive, including a 38-yard strike to Andrea Hernandez that set up a 2-yard scoring strike to Ciera Enberg, who also caught the extra-point conversion to make it 7-6. Kayla Blackwood ended the Bears next drive with an interception that set up another 2-yard TD pass from Schmidt to Enberg. e games next two plays were an interception by Jada Nieves and a 19-yard touchdown catch by Hernandez. The Bulldogs made it 26-6 just before halftime when Hernandez got open on an outside crossing route and Schmidt hit her for a 58-yaerd touchdown strike. It was a good win, but it could have been better, Schmidt said. That first CONTACT KEN JACKSON OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE SPORTS EDITOR EMAIL KJACKSON@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM Hit paradeDistrict baseball playos next week.Page 8. Bulldogs in title hunt St. Clouds Liss in 2nd place in Elite One Man standingse ird Toho Marine Elite One Man Series was held last Saturday on Lake Okeechobee out of Scott Driver Park. There were 29 entries with ve places paid out and 22 anglers managed to catch a ve-sh limit. Over 300 pounds of sh came across the scales that day. Capturing first place with 17.67 pounds was Mitch Liss from St. Cloud, earning him 200 points and moving him into second place for the Angler Of e Year Award and a nice $1,030 check. Coming in second with 17.62 pounds after a 0.5 pound penalty was William Bennion and took home a $405 payout and an additional $135 for having the second biggest sh with a 6.66 pound bass. Third place and $315 was secured by Jason Hughey with his 17.33-pound limit that included 7.55 pounder worth an extra $270 for the Big Bass of the Tournament. Logan Murphy took home $202 for his fourth place nish of 15.85 pounds. And making the cut in fifth with 15.81 pounds was Charle Harrelson, who pocketed $105 for the nal spot in the money. The Enigma Fishing recipient for nishing one spot out of the money was Nicholas Kefalides. Next stop for the Elite One Man Series is May 19 on Lake Harris at Buzzard Beach. Current top 5 standings for the Elite One Man Series after 3 tournaments: Bob McDaniel, 397 points; Mitch Liss, 394; Ryan Hoover, 389 pounds; Tim Snellings, 388; Jim ( J.W.) Watkins, 386. Results from the Toho Marine Lake Toho Wednesday Night Shootout for April 18: 18 teams participated and brought in a total of 138.83 pounds and 45 bass. Only half of the teams weighed-in. ree places were paid out. Coming in first with 23.96 pounds was the team of Terry Seagraves and his partner Paul. They took home $215. Second place for another week in a row went to Shelton Smith and Steve Pennington for their 19.09 pounds, earning the duo $110. And the third place went to Don and Steve with 17.71 pounds, that included the Denali Rods Big Fish of the evening, a 8.17 pound trophy catch and $125 in their pockets. There was another Trophy Catch reeled in by the team of Ceasar and Edwin as well. Registration is now open for the Help Our Heroes Tournament June 2 at Overtstreet Ramp. Visit www.tohomarine.com for details or if you are interested in being a sponsor. Have a great weekend and tight lines friends!NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKSt. Cloud sophomore quarterback Elly Schmidt tossed four touchdown passes in a 26-6 District 2A-5 semifinal victory Tuesday over Cypress Creek.NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKChris Kokalis, general manager of the arena socccer team Orlando SeaWolves, which will play in Kissimmees Silver Spurs Arena, reveals the teams name and logo Wednesday at The Heritage Club. See Flag, Page 9.Harmony loses bid to repeat A-10 title By Ken Jackson Sports Editor Come December, youll get to let your hair down at the Silver Spurs Arena at an Orlando SeaWolves game. The Major Arena Soccer Leagues name, logo and colors were revealed Wednesday at the Heritage Club, exactly one month to the day that team and Osceola Heritage Park officials announced the indoor soccer team would be coming to Osceola County for the MASLs 2018-19 season. General Manager Chris Kokalis said the unique moniker was chosen out of 2,800 submissions made through a Name the Team promotion. Of four people who chose the name, Luke Kamp of St. Louis (another city with a MASL franchise) won two free season tickets. A sea wolf is a mythical creature according to the team, Merriam-Webster defines it as a fabulous sea beast. A wolffish, the closest actual creature to the description, is a strong-jawed sh native to the cold waters of the North Atlantic Ocean. A sea wolf can sustain itself on land, but can kick it with the gators in the water, Kokalis said. Its mark is perseverance, which is what well be looking for in a team and its players. Keith Flynn of Flynnagain Productions, a mainstay in the sports logo design landscape, designed the logo. The colors are golden, aqua, and London blue, a nod to Jack Londons novel e Sea-Wolf.See SeaWolves, Page 8. The Reel Deal Spurs soccer arenaOsceola, St. Cloud on to softball regionals Osceola and St. Cloud both returned to the regional playos this week with playoffclinching, no-hit victories in their district tournament seminals. District championships were played ursday night aer deadline. Check www. aroundosceola.com for updates. On Tuesday, Osceola got a ve-inning no-hitter and eight strikeouts from sophomore pitcher Shelby Jones, and Natalia Ferrer drove in three runs and homered for the Kowgirls (18-7) in a 15-0 win over Gateway in the 9A-5 tournament at Coey Field. Osceola played Davenport Ridge, a winner Monday night over Haines City, for the district championship and the right to host a Region 2 quarterfinal game on Wednesday. Over at St. Cloud, in a game delayed a day by Mondays rains, the Bulldogs were dominant in all phases of a 10-0 five-inning win Wednesday over Liberty in the 8A-10 tournament at the Mike Clark Soball Complex. St. Cloud (18-8) rapped out 11 hits and stole seven bases. Pitcher Alyssa ODonnell twirled her own ve-inning no-no gem with six strikeouts. The Bulldogs played first-year program Windermere in ursdays district championship. Harmony and Poinciana ended their seasons in the 7A-6 and 6A-10 tournaments. The Eagles fell to Lake Wales, 22-0 on Tuesday, and the Longhorns lost to host Melbourne, 140, on Wednesday.

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Alafaya Trail Orlando, Florida 32828Mon.-Sat., 9 am 6 pm042818.SNG SEAWOLVESContinued from Page 7. By Ken Jackson Sports Editor Like their softballplaying sisters, the countys baseball teams will play to secure regional playo brackets in next weekends district tournaments. They wont have the luxury of home-field advantage as the eight teams involved all head out of Osceola County to play. Gateway and Osceola travel to Haines City for the 9A-5 event; Celebration, Liberty and St. Cloud go to Windermere; Harmony is off to Viera in 7A-6; Poinciana drives down to Auburndale in 6A-10; and City of Life goes north to Geneva in 2A-4. In 9A-5, Gateway and Osceola are the top two seeds, meaning each can clinch a regional spot with one win on Tuesday. e Panthers, 16-5 aer a 12-2 loss to Cypress Creek on Tuesday, will play Davenport Ridge at 4 p.m. Panthers Coach Jim Moran said his team will go into next week with a bit of swagger. We hit the ball well last week, he said, noting the team outscored four opponents 54-4. Were ne. Its a young club that just goes out and plays. Were in good shape, but the kids know that any team can do something this time of year so we want to just go play the right way. Osceola, 17-6 after a 7-4 loss to Cypress Creek Wednesday to close the regular season, had one of the biggest innings in school history during Tuesdays 16-2 Senior Night win over Oak Ridge 15 runs on three singles, ve doubles and four home runs, including Frank Santaniellos grand slam, in the fourth inning. We had four home runs going into the game this year. Ive never seen anything like it, OHS Coach Scott Birchler said. Markeys Tavares homered for OHS on Wednesday. The Kowboys will play host Haines City on Tuesday at 7. They lost 7-2 to the Hornets in their district finale last week, causing pause. We realized their pitching could get us off balance, Birchler said. Maybe its a blessing, wed won nine in a row going into it and we hope it makes the kids refocus. We missed the regional playos the last two years (thanks to seminal matchups against Gateway) and so the kids are hungry to get back, thats for sure. e championship game is ursday at 7. In 8A-10, St. Cloud and Celebration are the No. 2 and 3 seeds and will meet on Tuesday. East River and Liberty meet in the No. 4/5 matchup on Monday, and the winner will face No. 1 seed Windermere on Wednesday. e championship game is on Friday. Windermere Highs eld has no lights; expect those games to begin at 4 or 4:30 p.m. St. Cloud Coach Bo ODell said his 14-7 Bulldogs, who closed the regular season with big wins over Oak Ridge, Harmony and Poinciana, go into next week with condence in knowing theyve beaten every team in the district at least once. We are nishing up the year with a better record than last year but not as good as we had hoped for, he said. We had some bumps along the way where errors and not getting the timely hit really hurt us. If we avoid the little mistakes and execute when we need to, we have a great shot at stringing something together and making it somewhere. at is the beautiful thing about this game, if you are playing good baseball you feel like you can beat anyone. In the 7A-6 tournament at Viera, Harmony is the No. 4 seed and will take on No. 5 Heritage on Monday at 7 p.m. e winner will take on top-seeded Melbourne on Tuesday at 4. The championship is ursday at 7. The name was chosen over a host of other suggestions, such as the Renegades, Oranges, Cobras, Sleeping Tigers, Lasers, Suns, Majestics and Roar. e team chose to use Orlando in its name over a Kissimmee or Osceola County. In a league that stretches to California, Washington and into the Mid-Atlantic, Kokalis said Orlando would have better name recognition countrywide while taking advantage of a regional appeal into populated Orange and Seminole counties and tapping into the Orlando City Lions fan base during Major League Soccers oseason. We knew that was something important to the arena and commissioners, but we feel like were coming into a first-class building. Were hoping to get the word out that this isnt just a rodeo ring, he said. Its really about the brand, the venue and the experience fans will have once theyre here. Larson said OHP and its SMG venue management arm are ne with it. Well all a part of a bigger Orlando region, he said. Central Florida has been excited about bringing this team to the area. The SeaWolves join a yet-unnamed team in Toronto as the 17th and 18th members of the MASL for the 2018-19 season. They will play 12 home games from December to April at the Silver Spurs. e SeaWolves will have an immediate and local rival the Florida Tropics play in Lakelands RP Funding Center and enter their third season in the MASL. With a name and a logo, the next things will be to nd a head coach and an inaugural roster of players. Kokalis said a coach will be in place by June 1, and the SeaWolves open tryout and Player Combine will be held May 19-20 at XL Soccer World located just north of downtown Orlando. Tryouts are open to players 18 and older, and the club asks that attendees be available for both sessions. Registration fee is $75 in advance or $100 at the door and includes a t-shirt. A travel package is available which includes lodging and transportation to and from training sessions. Details are available at the team website, www. orlandoseawolves.com.All the district tournaments are out of town, start Monday County baseball squads hit the playoff trail NEWS-GAZETTE PHOTO/MARTIN MADDOCKJoseph Roque is one of the pitchers Gateway will rely on in next weeks District 9A-5 baseball tournament.

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 9 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS PLANNING ADVISORY BOARD AND CITY COMMISSION This is to inform you that the Planning Advisory Board of the City of Kissimmee will make a recommendation to the City Commission concerning a request to replace the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Kissimmee based on the recommendations in the Evaluation and Appraisal Report. The Planning Advisory Board will hold a meeting to consider their recommendation on said request on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida 34741. All interested parties may appear and be heard regarding adoption of the proposed amendment. Written opinion will be received until 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 16, 2018. This is to inform you that the City Commission will hold a Public Hearing concerning this amendment on Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. in the Commission Chambers of City Hall, 101 Church Street, Kissimmee, Florida 34741. All interested parties may appear and be heard on the above date. Written opinion will be received until 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 19, 2018. The proposed amendment to be discussed at the public hearing will be as follows: Proposed Ordinance No. 18-02 AN ORDINANCE SUPERSEDING ORDINANCE NO. 2771 KNOWN AS THE ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF FLORIDA STATUTE 163.3184; REPLACING ALL ELEMENTS. CREATING A NEW LAND USE ELEMENT -CHAPTER 1; CREATING A NEW TRANSPORTATION ELEMENTCHAPTER 2; CREATING A NEW HOUSING ELEMENT CHAPTER 3; CREATING A NEW PUBLIC FACILITIES ELEMENT CHAPTER 4; CREATING A NEW CONSERVATION ELEMENTCHAPTER 5; CREATING A NEW RECREATION AND OPEN SPACE ELEMENT CHAPTER 6; CREATING A NEW INTERGOVERNMENTAL ELEMENTCHAPTER 7; CREATING A NEW CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS ELEMENTCHAPTER 8; CREATING A NEW ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ELEMENT CHAPTER 10; DELETING GENERAL MONITORING AND REVIEW CRITERIACHAPTER 11; AND INCORPORATING A NEW MAP SERIES; DIRECTING THE CITY MANAGER TO REPLACE THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN AS HEREIN PROVIDED AFTER THE PASSAGE OF THIS ORDINANCE; PROVIDING FOR A PUBLIC HEARING AS REQUIRED BY LAW; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.The proposed amendment and the supporting documents may be inspected in the Development Services Department, City Hall between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Any questions may be directed to the Development Services Department at (407) 518-2140. In accordance with Florida Statute 286.26, persons needing assistance to (407) 518-2308 prior to the meeting. (FS286.26) In accordance with Florida Statute 286.0105: any person wishing to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made. 042818.SNG St. Cloud High Hall of Fame banquet St. Cloud High School will hold its ninth annual athletic Hall of Fame dinner banquet and silent auction on May 4 at Royal St. Clouds Royal Crest Room. Tickets are $30 in advance, table sponsorships are $350 which includes program recognition. To reserve seats or tables, email Steanie Ansbaugh at c6923a@yahoo.com. e school is also seeking donated items for its silent auction. For information on donating items or cash, contact Chad Ansbaugh at Chad.Ansbaugh@ osceolaschools.net. St. Cloud We Dare To Care golf tourney e City of St. Cloud Public Servicves sta will hold its fourth annual charitable golf tournament on May 19 at 8 am. at Royal St. Cloud Golf Links. e event benets the We Dare to Care Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization that supports and raises funds for local charities, police ocers, reghters and other city employees in need. Registration is $70 per player or $250 per four-person team; other sponsor packages are available. To register, or for sponsorship information, go to http://stcloud charity golf.eventbrite.com, email alvey@stcloud.org or call 407-957-7326. The First Tee comes to Kissimmee e First Tee of Central Florida has addred two Osceola County e First Tee Program Locations Oaks National Golf Club and Royal St. Cloud Golf Club. To kick o these new locations, this Spring, e First Tee will host ve-week introductory sessions at each location for students ages 7-12. From April 24 through May 22, sessions at the Oaks will be taught by PGA Pro Paul Kenny, and held Tuesdays from 5-6:30 p.m. e St. Cloud sessions will be taught by PGA Pro Jim Endicott, Tuesdays from 6:30-8 p.m. e cost to register for either ve-week sessions is $25. Registration is available at www.therstteec. org/register. e First Tee of Central Florida continues to maintain the policy that no child be turned away for an inability to pay; nancial assistance is available. Anyone who would like to apply for nancial assistance can do so while they are registering for classes. SPORTS BRIEFS SOLAR BEARS PHOTO/FERNANDO MEDINAOrlando Solar Bears goalie Cal Heeter has an ECHLbest .980 save percentage (149-for-152) in the playoffs thus far. By Ken Jackson Sports Editor For the rst time since coming out of hibernation in 2012, the Orlando Solar Bears have won a playo series and advanced to the second round of the ECHL postseason. Pushed by incredible play from goalie Cal Heeter and a pair of overtime game-winning goals, the Bears completed a fourgame sweep of the South Carolina Stingrays with 2-1 overtime victories last ursday and Saturday at the Amway Center. Orlando moves on to play the in-state rival Florida Everblades in the Southeast Division finals. Game 1 was Friday at the Germain Arena in Estero and Game 2 is tonight. e series shis to Orlandos Amway Center for Games 3 (ursday), 4 (Friday) and 5 (Sunday). In Game 3 against the Stingrays, Hunter Fejes broke a 1-1 tie by splitting defenders and scoring a shorthanded goal late in the rst overtime for the winner. In Game 4 it was Jean Dupuy who netted the series-clinching goal when he made his way into the slot from behind the South Carolina net and snapped the puck past Parker Milner, who was named the ECHLs Goaltender of the Year prior to the opening of the playos, to li Orlando to victory. Im just happy its over. South Carolina played us hard all series. I think we played really well, Dupuy said following his gamewinning eort. We came out strong every single game. e last two games in overtime could have gone either way. Im really happy they went our way. We denitely showed up for this series and were going to show up for the rest. Its a good stepping stone and Im just happy its over. Heeter stopped 41 of 42 shots in Game 4, and nished the series with a .980 save percentage (149 out of 152). Following the sweep, Heeter, was already focused on the division nals against Florida. Asked whether he thought the Solar Bears were at a point where they believed they were ready to nally take a playo series from the Everblades theyve lost to them twice, including last year after taking a 3-1 series lead he gave an emphatic yes. Im completely condent in our game right now so well be able to make this a good series and that well be able to pull it out against these guys, Heeter said. Well be ready to play against these guys this weekend. e Solar Bears defeated the Stingrays despite being outshot 152-96. Orlando was a perfect 18-for-18 on the penalty kill in the series. The 10 combined goals in the series was the second-fewest scored in a four-game series in ECHL postseason history.Solar Bears sweep Stingrays, claim rst ECHL playoff seriesinterception was my fault. Tuesday At East River, the Longhorns just just enough according to Strauch in a 12-0 win over the host Falcons. ey got a short touchdown catch from Bryn Hudson after quarterback Baylee Edwards hit her on a 60-yard pass play to take a 6-0 lead. It stay that score until Tai Taylor intercepted a Falcons pass and took it back for a game-sealing touchdown. Strauch said Tuesday night he was nervous about facing Jones, who the Longhorns needed a last score to defeat 19-14 during the regular season. They beat Poinciana pretty well, and we were beat up, he said. On defense were playing great, as good as were going to, and on oense were doing just enough. Winners of district championships will advance to the regional playoffs, which will begin ursday (May 3). FLAGContinued from Page 7.

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Page 10 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 DAILYSATURDAY04-28A NIGHT OF MAGIC MUSIC AND MERCH e Lost Bros present e Kingdom Classic, a night of magic music and merch. e event begins at 7 p.m. at 3NINE at Rosen Plaza. Tickets are $29. Visit THEKINGDOMCLASSIC.COM SCIENCE OF WINE Sip, savor and support the mission of Orlando Science Center at the 8th annual Science of Wine. e event, presented by Southern Glazers Wines and Spirits, allows you to taste 150 wines and plates from 30 food partners, all with just one ticket. Must be 21 or older to attend. More information is available at OSC.ORG/WINE UNCORKED: FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL Uncorked: Food and Wine Festival is in its second year at Cocoa Beach. e festival runs all weekend. Tickets are $55 per person, per day for general admission. VIP tickets are available for $75 per person, per day. Visit COCOABEACHUNCORKED.COMLUPUS FOUNDATION WALK Lupus Foundation of America Florida Chapter is hosting a walk at Lake Ella Park: 512 E. Washington Street in Orlando. The walk will begin at 4 p.m. Advanced registration is available online at CHAPTERS. LUPUS.ORG. For more information, contact Devin Brown at 561-279-8606. SHAKESPEARE THEATER Orlando Shakespeare eater in Partnership with UCF (Orlando Shakes) has announced that LinManuel Mirandas and Quiara Alegra Hudes Tony Awardwinning musical, In the Heights will open their 30th Season. Tickets for In the Heights will go on sale June 2018. For more information call (407) 447-1700 ext. 1, or visit in person at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center (812 E. Rollins St.). PAINT OUT Save the date for the Winter Park Paint Out Garden Party. is years event will be held at the Polasek Museum. For more information go to WINTERPARKPAINTOUT.ORG MONDAY04-30YOGA AT THE CENTRAL FLORIDA ZOO Channel your inner animal during an hour-long evening yoga session at the Central Florida Zoo. Guests are asked to bring their own yoga mats. Check-in for the one-hour class is at 5:45 p.m. in the Safari Room. e class will start at 6 p.m. Cost is $20. CENTRALFLORIDAZOO.ORGSUNDAY04-29MICHELEE PUPPETS MicheLee Puppets is performing at the Sunday Family Fun Day event at the Lake-Maitland Civic Center. For more information, visit MICHELEEPUPPETS.ORG or call 407-898-7925. NAMASTE AND DRINK! Namaste and drink! Get your yoga on, hosted by Red Cypress Brewery. 855 E State Road 434 in Winter Springs. e event runs 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.WEDNESDAY05-02CENTRAL FLORIDA ANIMAL RESERVE Tijuana Flats (Goldenroad Road and University Boulevard) is hosting a spirit night to support the Central Florida Animal Reserve. Twenty percent of all sales between 5 and 8 p.m. will benet the reserve, a facility that serves big cats. ENCHANTED FLORIDA EXHIBITION Culture Pop! opening Enchanted Florida at the Art and History Museums in Maitland. Preview the Enchanted Florida exhibition. Elemental Arts activity for adults and kids, plus live music by e Moss Park Trio. Light bites and cash bar with wine and cra beer. Tickets are $10 at the door. Visit ARTANDHISTORY. ORG/EVENT/CULTURE-POPENCHANTED-FLORIDA RETIRED EDUCATORS GROUP (REAOC) Holds meetings at 11:30 a.m., on the second Friday of the month, Sept-May. Meeting includes a luncheon, program and business meeting. $10 per person. Barney Veal Senior Center: 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee, FL 34744. Email ginger40@earthlink. net or call 407-892-7428. THURSDAY05-03PHYSICIAN LECTURE SERIES Poinciana Medical Center is hosting Dr. Prakash Maniam in part of its physician lecture series at the Poinciana Library at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Maniam is a credentialed urologist at Poinciana Medical Center, and will discuss symptoms, treatment options and lifestyle modications for this condition. He will hold an open Q&A aer the lecture. Poinciana Library: 101 N. Doverplum Avenue. Reservations can be made: 1-888-253-8117.FRIDAY05-04TOTA LLY TOTS! EXHIBIT e Osceola County Historical Society presents Totally Tots!a temporary exhibit that will run through August. e opening reception begins at 5:30 p.m. Admission is free. 4155 W. Vine Street in Kissimmee. OSCEOLAHISTORY.ORGMENNELLO MUSEUM GUIDED TOUR Join Mennello Museum of American Arts Executive Director for a guided tour of the current exhibition When the Water Rises: Recent Paintings by Julie Heernan. e tour is free with regular paid admission or Mannello Museum membership. For tickets, visit store.MENNELLOMUSEUM.ORGPORKYS COMEDY CLUB Porkys Comedy Club in St. Cloud is hosting a performance with headliner Jim Holder. Plus feature act BJ Odom and opener Ben Brainard. e show starts at 8:30 p.m., doors at 7 p.m. A second performance will be held on Saturday, May 5. Beer, wine, liquor, and a selection of Jimmy Bears BBQ food. Guests must be 18 years of age. For tickets and more information, visit PORKYSCOMEDYCLUB.COM SATURDAY05-05MEET JONATHAN CAIN FROM THE BAND JOURNEY. Come out to Books A Million at e Loop and meet Jonathan Cain from the band Journey. Tickets are available and required to attend. Tickets include a signed copy of Cains new book, plus meet-and-greets and photo opportunities. Call 407-552-0077. BAHIA SHRINERS CIRCUS Osceola Heritage Park is pleased to announce the 64th Bahia Shriners Circus. Tickets are on sale now, $18 for all ages and free for children ages two and under. ey can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com, by phone 800.745.3000 and at the Silver Spurs Arena Box Oce. For more information, please visit OHPARK.COMLEGO STAR WARS DAYS LEGOLAND kicks o its LEGO Star Wars Days. e theme park will unveil its newest addition to the MINILAND, featuring memorable moments from Star Wars Episode VII, enhanced with lights, sound eects and animation. Special appearances by LEGO Darth Vader. LEGO Star Wars Days include weekends in May: 5-6, 12-13, 19-20. Visit LEGOLAND.COM/FLORIDAMONDAY05-07 GATOR WEEK AT WILD FLORIDA Wild Florida is hosting its second Gator Week, May 7-12. Free admission to the Gator and Wildlife Park during Gator Week, plus family-friendly, gator-themed activities every day.FRIDAY05-11DISNEY ON ICE Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream at Orlandos Amway Center for six performances, May 11-13. e ice skating extravaganza will feature Moana for the rst time in a live production. Visit AMWAYCENTER.COMBOK TOWER GARDENS Bok Tower Gardens is oering free admission for National Public Gardens Day. Download the free admission voucher online, before entering: PUBLICGARDENS.ORG/ PROGRAMS/NATIONAL-PUBLICGARDENS-DAY/ ABOUT-NATIONAL-PUBLICGARDENS-DAY SATURDAY05-12SMOKIN BREWS, BOATS & BBQ St. Cloud Main Street presents Smokin Brews, Boats & BBQ featuring P1 Power Beats. is event is packed with excitement, featuring a Cra Brew Festival, exhilarating Power Boat Races, and the Peoples Choice BQ Competition. Eat, drink and enjoy the races. Tickets available on Eventbrite. Visit STCLOUDMAINSTREET.COMWEDNESDAY05-16FLEA MARKET e Council on Aging is hosting a ea market from 8 a.m. to noon. e sale will feature a large selection of new and vintage items, and lots of jewelry all at a low price. For information, call Carmen Carasquillo at 407-483-1473. OH WONDER OH WONDER takes the stage at House of Blues Orlando at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets start at $25. For tickets, visit HOUSEOFBLUES.COM/ ORLANDOTHURSDAY05-17PHYSICIAN LECTURE SERIES Poinciana Medical Center is hosting Dr. Owen Kieran in part of its May physician lecture series. Dr. Kieran is a general surgeon at Poinciana Medical Center. He will conduct a lecture about surgical options for diabetic patients, and discuss symptoms, treatment options and lifestyle modications for this condition. A Q&A will be hosted aer the lecture. e event is open to the public. Call 407-530-2013. Weekly and Monthly Events CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR A SUBMISSION. Editors note: Due to space constraints, the News-Gazette cannot guarantee that all events submitted will be published in the Daily Planner in every ursday and Saturday edition. The whole family is invited to Movie Night at Leu Gardens. Bring your blankets, chairs, and even a picnic basket to this event in the gardens. Park Season Pops will sell popsicles and popcorn. Leu Gardens will open at 6 p.m., and the film Breathe (rated PG) will begin at 8:30 p.m. The gardens will close after the movie.WHO Everyone is invited!WHAT Movie Night feat. Breathe WHEN Friday, May 4WHERE Leu Gardens: 1920 N. Forest Avenue in OrlandoCOST Admission is $6 for adults, $3 for children (ages 4-17) ONGOINGST. CLOUD LINE DANCE CLUBAll levels of line dance are taught. St. Cloud Community Center, 101 17th St.; Mondays 2-5 p.m., ursdays 5:30-9 p.m.; $2 donation 407-957-7738 or 407-908-5976. FUN SEEKERS TRAVEL CLUB If you are interested in day, overnight and cruise trips, come join us. Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 1 p.m. at the Elks Club on Kings Highway, Kissimmee. Coee and Cake is served. Lunch is available at a cost. Membership is $10 per year. If you have any questions, please call 407-846-0088 TAI CHI FOR HEALTH ON SATURDAYS Tai Chi for Health takes place on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Check the library calendar for classes. For more information, call Tracy at 407-900-9003. FLORIDA OMBUDSMANAre you looking for an opportunity to make a difference in your community? The Florida Ombudsman Program currently has volunteer opportunities available statewide. Our volunteers visit with residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities to ensure they are treated with dignity and respect and receiving the care they deserve. To learn more about becoming an ombudsman volunteer, visit our website at ombudsman. myflorida.com, search for us on Facebook, or call toll-free at 1-888-831-0404.CRAFTY LADIESMeet at the St. Cloud Community/Senior Center Wednesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. e group knits and crochets lap rugs for veterans. Donations of clean, unused yarn are needed. Call 407-288-3069. SECOND MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH: Bring your pup and celebrate Yappy Hour at College Park. Prizes, raes, free treats, dog beer, local vendors, live music and more. Dog bowls provided. Partial proceeds benet Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando. K Restaurant: 1710 Edgewater Drive in Orlando.

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 11 For some people, working in the landscape gives that peace of mind that cannot be found anywhere else. e landscape is a place where you can listen to birds sing, enjoy seeing and smelling the owers; overall just keeping in touch with nature. e sad truth is that there are unwelcomed biting and stinging pests living in your landscape. ere are pests such as snakes, eas, ticks, wasp, mosquito, yellow jackets, hornets and spiders. It is oen said that the only good snake is a dead snake. is statement is far from the truth, there are good snakes that will not harm you; they will try to escape from you. ere are others that will only attack if they are feeling threatened. But it is best to avoid all snakes if you are not able to properly identify them in the landscape. Although eas may not be a major issue in the landscape, they can be a nuisance for landscapers. Fleas get all their food from sucking animal blood. If eas are present in the landscape, it means that there are pets nearby. Fleas can stay in the pupal case until a host is available. Many people nd it hard to eectively control eas. To successfully control eas, treat pets, the inside of the home and the landscape where the pets visit all at the same time. In addition, ticks are sometimes found in the landscape. Tick bites can be irritating and can cause Lyme disease. If ticks are present, spray animals and the landscape; keep vegetation short and avoid over-irrigation. Equally important are the many species of wasp in the landscape. Some are social while others are solitary and tend to have a bad reputation. Likewise, yellow jackets have a bad reputation. ey will defend their nest aggressively and inict painful stings. ey are daytime hunters and live in underground social nests. How can I forget the bald face hornets and the European hornets? Bald face hornets are black and white in color, active during the daytime, and can be aggressive. On the contrary, European hornets are brown and tan in color, active at night, usually live near woods, and generally not aggressive even at their nest. Also, it is important to note that the red and black velvet ant, which is really a wingless wasp, can also inict a painful sting on landscapers. Spiders are very prevalent in Floridas landscape because of its warm weather. Not all spiders are harmful; many eat insects, which normally would become pests in the landscape. In fact, the venomous spiders to avoid are brown recluse, brown widow, and black widow. Be careful not to blindly push your hands under debris or rocks. It would be benecial to wear gloves if a spider is known to be in your work area. Finally, mosquitos can also become a nuisance in the landscape. e larvae live in standing water, adult females feed on blood, while adult males feed on nectar. By Jennifer DiDomenico A&E Editor Residents of Osceola County and all of Central Florida are invited to participate in the 13th annual Foster Youth Connection Month events, presented by Foster Youth Connection and the Caribbean Community Connection of Orlando. Next month, there will be three opportunities for the community to show its support. The first opportunity will kick o the month on May 1 at 5:30 p.m., at the flagpole at City Hall (101 Church St. in Kissimmee). Community members are welcome to join in and speak about, or simply listen to, personal experiences with foster youth. Once you get this dialogue going, once you get this communication going [in the community], I believe itll start to help people become more and more understanding, said Evangelist Rupert D. Henry of Foster Youth Connection. e second opportunity will immediately follow, at the City Commission meeting. During the meeting, Kissimmee city commissioners will announce a proclamation to recognize the month of May 2018 as Foster Youth Connection Month. Finally, Foster Youth Connection and the Caribbean Community Connection of Orlando invite local churches, businesses and organizations to select a Sunday or a day in the month of May, in observance as Foster Youth Connection Sunday or Day. Make the day special for the kids, Henry said. Use your imagination for this. For businesses, make signs or use other things to mention and give the information. You never know, a customer may walk in, hear about it, and want to know more. For churches, build it up, he added. Preachers can have the youth come up and sing a song. Or foster parents in the audience can even come up and share about being a foster parent. Henry, who believes that he was called to serve this mission of aiding foster youth, was recently recognized for his work by his employer, PepsiCo, on a national scale. He was nominated and honored as one of four other candidates, out of hundreds. Ive been called to help. Im thankful I do it, he said. But I want to thank everyone over the years. Its not just me, its a group of people who care and want to do something. If you are interested in helping the foster youth community by fostering children, volunteering your time, or donating to the cause, contact Evangelist Rupert D. Henry at yesucan37@aol.com. For more information, visit www.caribecc.org. CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM Foster youth spotlighted by local events For more information, contact horticulture agent Grantly Ricketts at 321-697-3000 or via email at gricketts@u.edu. Do you have pests in the landscape? SUBMITTED PHOTOAs they did last year as shown above, Kissimmee city commissioners will announce a proclamation May 1 to recognize the month of May 2018 as Foster Youth Connection Month. Valencia College to hold graduation ceremoniesOn Sunday, May 6, more than 1,700 Valencia College students will receive their associate degrees when Valencia College holds its 49th spring commencement ceremonies at the University of Central Floridas CFE Arena. Valencia will hold two ceremonies on May 6. The rst will begin at 10 a.m., with the processional beginning at 9:40 a.m. The afternoon ceremony will begin at 2 p.m.; the processional will begin at 1:40 p.m. is years commencement address will be given by Jehojada Merilan, who was named the Mary Smedley Collier Distinguished Graduate by the Valencia Alumni Association. PHOTO/VALENCIA COLLEGEOn Sunday, May 6, more than 1,700 Valencia College students will receive their associate degrees when Valencia College holds its 49th spring commencement ceremonies. See Valencia Page 12.

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Page 12 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 **OFFICIAL** NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION I, Ken Detzner, Secretary of State of the State of Florida, do hereby give notice that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held in OSCEOLA County, State of Florida, on the SIXTH Florida Cabinet Governor Florida Cabinet Lieutenant Governor Florida Cabinet Attorney General 041218.TNG **OFICIAL** AVISO DE ELECCIONES GENERALES se llevarn a cabo ELECCIONES GENERALES en el Condado de OSCEOLA, Estado de Senador de los Estados Unidos Gabinete de la Florida Gobernador 041218.TNG rrrfr nt Orlando;Osceola Air, LLC;B19864-176518;6.61x3 (18Sp) fnttbnbr b nbtCac1817985 Offer expires 6/15/2018. *On a qualifying system purchase. Lennox system rebate offers range from $150 to $1,700. Some restrictions apply. One offer available per qualifying purchase. See your local Lennox dealer or www.lennox.com for details. Financing available to well qualied buyers on approved credit at a 0% APR for 72 months, with equal monthly payments. No down payment required. You may prepay your account at any time without penalty. Financing is subject to credit requirements and satisfactory completion of nance documents. Any nance terms advertised are estimates only. Normal late charges apply. See your Truth in Lending Disclosures for more information. 2018 Lennox Industries Inc. Lennox Dealers are independently owned and operated businesses. r fntbr b frr B19864-18Sp-176518-6.61x3.indd 1 4/24/18 3:42 PM 042818.SNG Cathy M. Rosenthal is a longtime animal advocate, author, columnist and pet expert who has more than 25 years in the animal welfare eld. Send your pet questions, stories and tips to cathy@petpundit. com. Please include your name, city, and state. VALENCIAContinued from Page 11 Merilan, whose older brother and twin sister graduated from the University of Florida, was himself an unremarkable student during high school. But at Valencia, he found his path and became an honors student and a student leader, and is transferring to the University of Central Florida with the goal of majoring in international relations. I want to be a part of a national or global eort to make lives better, and I know thats something I can do through foreign service, said Merilan. Although about 1,700 students are participating in this years commencement ceremonies, approximately 8,000 students were awarded degrees within the past year. In addition to associate degrees, 85 students have earned their bachelors degrees from Valencia College in the past year; bachelors degree recipients will participate in the aernoon ceremony. Valencia College began oering bachelors degrees in 2011 and currently oers bachelors degrees in three programs: electrical and computer engineering technology; radiologic and imaging sciences; and cardiopulmonary sciences. Parking will be available for graduates and guests in UCF parking garages D and H. One of the most common if not the most common conditions I treat people for is high blood pressure. Hypertension, as its formally known, runs rampant in the United States, partly because of our nations typical diet thats high in salt, fat and our sedentary lifestyle. e good news, however, is that high blood pressure is both preventable and treatable. Patients are used to having their blood pressure checked at most doctor visits. Keeping a record over time of your BP readings is what helps your physician monitor for signs of hypertension. Doctors become concerned when they see consistent readings above recommended guidelines, which were recently lowered by the American Heart Association. And, yes, they understand that sometimes your numbers could be elevated because youre anxious about your checkup. Heres a closer look at what you need to know about high blood pressure, including whos at risk and what you can expect with treatment: 1. e warning signs are hard to see. Hypertension is known as the silent killer. Most people with high blood pressure experience no symptoms or the signs are so negligible that they go unnoticed or are blamed on something else. The American Heart Association strongly warns: If you ignore your blood pressure because you think a certain symptom or sign will alert you to the problem, you are taking a dangerous chance with your life. 2. Some people are more at risk of developing hypertension. As we age, its not uncommon to see elevations in blood pressure values. There is also a genetic component involved. So if your parents had it youre at greater risk. Also, hypertension is more prevalent and AfricanAmericans and men. 3. Lifestyle plays a huge role. Lack of physical activity, excessive weight and alcohol consumption, and high stress levels also can cause blood pressure to increase. 4. Most people dont just have hypertension; they have another condition along with it. Hypertension may at times be co-morbid with other issues such as high cholesterol, diabetes, sleep apnea and coronary artery disease. There are also medical conditions that can cause whats known as secondary hypertension, including certain kidney disorders. 5. Untreated, there are serious health threats. Uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to increased pressure on the heart, which may result in heart enlargement that affects normal cardiac function. With compromised cardiac function, youre at increased risk for heart failure, stroke, chest pain, heart attack and other organ failure. 6. You can bring BP levels down with lifestyle changes. e rst step doctors take in most hypertension cases is to encourage patients to eat a healthier diet, including a low-salt diet, and to exercise more. Sometimes these things alone will help bring your blood pressure back to acceptable levels. 7. Many times, medications are needed. If improved diet and exercises regimens dont work or if a patient initially presents with extremely high blood pressure doctors will prescribe medication. Expect your physician to check your electrolyte levels and run blood tests before writing a prescription. Should lifestyle changes and medications not work, youll likely be referred to a specialist to check for any underlying health issues that could be contributing to your condition. Your family doctor is the front-line defense in diagnosing and treating hypertension. With regular screenings, you can take a proactive approach to keeping your levels in check. Dr. Marygold Fernandez is a primary care physician who practices at Poinciana Medical Center. For more information about Dr. Fernandez, search keyword Fernandez on PoincianaMedicalCenter.coms Find a Doctor page or call 1-888-253-8117. 7 things everyone needs to know about high blood pressureSpecialists in pain management help patients cope with chronic painDear Mayo Clinic: Ive had persistent headaches for about six months. Medication sometimes helps, but not always, and the pain just keeps coming back. My doctor checked to see if another medical problem could be causing the headaches, but she didnt find anything. She now recommends I see a pain management specialist. What can they oer other than more medication? Im missing a lot of work, and Im afraid Ill never get this under control. Answer: Chronic pain such as yours can be debilitating and, as youve seen, pain relievers arent always the solution. A specialist in pain management can assess your situation, give you alternative treatment options, and help you find ways to cope with the chronic headaches, so you can get back to living your life the way you want. As in your situation, when no underlying condition is found thats causing chronic headaches, then treatment focuses on lowering the frequency and severity of the headaches, as well as reducing the disruption they cause in your daily life. One of the best ways to identify the type of headache you have, along with examining specific headache therapies, may be to consider seeing a headache specialist such as a neurologist. e rst line of treatment for chronic pain, including headaches, is usually medication. Specic types of primary headache may respond to unique medication therapy, so it is important to have the right diagnosis. Pain-relieving medication management may also include a wide range of other potential drug therapies from over-the-counter options like nonsteroidal antiinflammatories such as ibuprofen, to neuropathic medications such as gabapentin, to strong prescription opioids such as morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone and fentanyl. Medications may be a viable ongoing treatment for chronic pain, but their use needs to be balanced with the risk of side eects, especially if they are used long-term. Opioids in particular should only be used for severe pain that doesnt respond to other medications, and the amount of time opioids are used should be limited. Research shows little benefit with long-term use of opioid drugs, but significant risk for complications. Those complications include decreased ability to function, increased tendency for depression, hormonal dysregulation and risk of addiction, among others. ere are other choices for controlling pain beyond medication. A number of minimally invasive procedures can be used to treat pain. They include trigger-point injections, peripheral nerve blocks, image-guided spine procedures and implantable medical devices, such as spinal cord stimulators. Less-invasive procedures such as acupuncture a procedure that uses hair-thin needles inserted into areas of your skin at specic points can sometimes be useful in reducing the intensity and frequency of headaches. Learning biofeedback can be helpful, too. With this technique, you may be able to lessen headache pain by becoming more aware of and then changing your bodily responses to pain, such as muscle tension and heart rate. Some pain management strategies dont get rid of pain. Instead, they help you learn how to better cope with it. For example, a type of counseling called cognitive behavioral therapy can oen be benecial for people dealing with chronic pain. With this therapy, you examine the negative ways you may be thinking about or reacting to pain. You then learn how to reframe your thoughts and behaviors so you can better manage your life, despite the pain, and move forward in productive, healthy ways. ere is clear evidence that cognitive behavioral therapy can provide meaningful, long-term improvement of chronic pain while also improving daily functioning. Additional techniques that may help reduce pain include stress management, relaxation strategies, physical and occupational therapy, sleep therapy and lifestyle management. Pain management specialists are physicians familiar with these and other pain treatments. ey typically are members of larger teams of professionals from diverse backgrounds who work with people to manage chronic pain. Neurologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, acupuncturists, psychiatrists and other mental health specialists oen collaborate as part of the multidisciplinary pain management groups. Working with a pain management specialist, along with other members of the team, you can create a pain management plan that ts your needs, allowing you to gain control over chronic pain and return to your normal routines. Jason Eldrige, M.D., Pain Clinic, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. (Mayo Clinic Q & A is an educational resource and doesnt replace regular medical care. E-mail a question to MayoClinicQ&A(AT SIGN)mayo.edu. For more information, visit www. mayoclinic.org.)

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 13 Mission Statement e mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. Orlandos Only Airboat & Wildlife Park Experience3301 Lake Cypress Rd. Kenansville, FL 34739407-957-3135www.wildoridaairboats.com The Scout Law.A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave,clean, and reverent. Friends of Scouting volunteering through donationsFriends of Scouting is your councils annual giving campaign. In most councils, Friends of Scouting (or FOS) represents the councils largest source of income. e funds raised are used to make improvements to camp, provide supplies, training and materials for leaders, maintain its digital space and help our scouts that need it most through camp scholarships and the like. In most councils, the Friends of Scouting campaign begins in November and ends in March. During the campaign, a volunteer visits packs and troops to explain the campaign and make an appeal for your support. Youll be asked to make a tax-deductible pledge to your local council. e Osceola District and Central Florida Council are at 80 percent of their goal of $21,500 at $17,215. If you havent done so already or would like to make an additional pledge please contact District Executive Cory Dewell at city.dewell@cscouting.org. Some companies, possibly including the one for which you work, will match their employees charitable contributions. Be sure to see whether your workplace has such a program. If so, youll double your impact. Bobcat Tiger Cub Wolf Bear Webelos Scout TenderfootSecond Class First Class Star Life Eagle By Cathy M. Rosenthal Dear Cathy, Nani is our 15-year-old cat. We lost her brother four years ago. She was depressed for two years, but then improved. When the family is all gone at once, I have someone come in every day to check on Nani, change the litter, and feed her. In December, we were gone for 13 days. Around day nine, she stopped eating and using her litter box. My friend couldnt find her and thought she had died. Turns out, she was just hiding. Our vet says she was stressed, presumably by being alone. He said it was a good thing we got back when we did. ere was also some inappropriate urination discovered later. What can we do to make it easier for her when we are gone the next time? Would pheromones help? Barb, Massapequa, NY Dear Barb, It can be dicult for any pet to be le alone for a few weeks, even with a pet sitter stopping by daily. Our pets often get sad when were away for any length of time. I once went on a two-week vacation and le my three cats with a pet sitter who stopped by twice daily to visit. While they had each other and about an hour of human companionship daily, my pet sitter noticed they seemed depressed aer the rst week. Since then, I have never le any of my pets at a kennel or in the home with a pet sitter for longer than a week. Shorter vacations are not always possible, so I would recommend feline pheromones plugged in throughout the home to reduce her stress. But the real issue here is loneliness, and the only solution for that is companionship. You might consider adopting another cat or better yet, asking someone to house sit for you when you all are gone. Nani will do much better if someone is at home for part of the day. Dear Cathy, My 8-year-old dog Zoe is part cattle dog and border collie. When we go for walks, she is very excited, grabbing on the leash and growling and barking. She is ne once we are about half a block in and doesnt make any noise the rest of the walk. I have tried bringing treats to distract her and looking angry at her. She was born deaf and maybe she doesnt realize how loud her barking is. Our walk is early, and I dont want to disturb the neighbors. If I dont pick up the leash and let her walk beside me, she doesnt make a sound. In the aernoon I take her to the park to catch a Frisbee. Again, she is excited, but now her sounds are high-pitched and crazy sounding. I call it the park bark. Do you have any suggestions to calm her down? Randy, Las Vegas, NV Dear Randy, Deaf dogs dont know how loud they are barking and even if they did, like most dogs, they probably wouldnt care. They arent thinking about the neighbors. But its nice youre thinking about the neighbors and trying to nd a way to calm your little yelper. Zoe barks when she is anticipating a fun activity or when she wants you to do something, like drop the leash. Once she is into the activity, her mind settles down and she focuses on the fun. Lets introduce some training. Pick up her leash for her walk. If she starts barking, put it down and walk away. When she stops barking, give her a treat, then pick up the leash again. Repeat these steps Going on vacation leaves some pets feeling sadSee Pets Page 15. Its that time of year again when gators seem to show up in the strangest places. Pools, backyards, Interstate 4, oce buildings and even front doors arent o limits to our toothy residents during our Florida springtime months. When teaching about this topic with younger kids, we sometimes refer to this time of year as alligator moving season, but in full disclosure the source of this alligator craziness is mating season. is is the time of year alligators may travel great distances to nd a boyfriend or girlfriend. Many of them seem to be trying to outdo each other by going next level with their appearances and searching for their 15 minutes of fame. e media loves springtime in Florida and help fuel our stereotype with wacky national headlines. To avoid sharing the spotlight with our infamous alligators, we recommend the following: especially near water and swampy areas. that seem to be displaced or acting strange Call the Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286) for gators that need to be removed We also recommend educating yourself and your family about these amazing animals. Its no secret Wild Florida knows a thing or two about alligators. To share this knowledge and passion with visitors, Wild Florida will host its second Gator Week May 7-12 and offer free admission for everyone to its gator and wildlife park throughout the week. To many, alligators are simply fierce carnivores on the hunt, but thats not the case. Like many misunderstood creatures, myths develop based on a lack of knowledge. It is because of this that Wild Florida decided to dedicate an entire week to educating and debunking many common myths surrounding these reptiles through live demonstrations and interactive experiences. Check out GatorWeek.com for more info and a schedule of all the fun daily activities happening May 7-12. Wild LifeFun facts about Florida wildlife.Alligator moving season 042818SNG THE

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Page 14 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 SUBMIT YOUR CHURCH BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR A SUBMISSION.Due to space constraints, the News-Gazette cannot guarantee that all church listings submitted will be published in the Worship page every Saturday edition. CHURCHES IN OSECOLA COUNTY OBITUARY DEADLINE FOR THURSDAY NEWS-GAZETTE IS TUESDAY AT 12 NOON Neptune Road Baptist Church1620 Neptune Road Kissimmee; 407-847-8174New Beginnings Baptist Church2001 Bulldog Lane St. Cloud; 407-325-2915New Life Free Will Baptist Church1211 Ocean St., Kissimmee(behind Krazy Verns Car Wash)863-640-4008 or 407-460-6411North Kissimmee Baptist Church425 W. Donegan Ave., Kissimmee; 407-847-5372Peace Lutheran Church3249 Windmill Point Blvd. Kissimmee 407-870-5965 www.peacelutheran kissimmee.orgPeace United Methodist Church13502 Town Loop Blvd. Orlando; 407-438-8947 www.peaceumcorlando.orgPoinciana Christian Church3181 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee 407-870-9700 www.poincianacc.orgPoinciana Pentecostal Church4912 Old Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee 407-944-1151Primera Iglesia Cristiana en Kissimmee Asambleas de Dios2031 Simpson Rd. Kissimmee; 407-348-6461 Real Life Christian Church Hunters Creek3232 N John Young Parkway Kissimmee 352-394-3553 www.real.life/#8mkibRedemption Church920 Osceola Parkway Kissimmee 407-247-9993 www.redemptionchurch.life St. Cloud Church of Christ904 Florida Ave. St. Cloud (corner of 9th St.) 407-957-8044 St. Cloud Church of God501 Dakota Ave.; St.Cloud stcloudchurchofgod.comSt. Cloud Missionary Baptist Church2400 10th St., St. Cloud 407-892-3444 www.scmbc.usSt. Cloud Presbyterian Church909 10th St. St. Cloud 407-892-2813 www.stcloudpresbyterian.orgSt. James AME Zion Church719 N. John Young Parkway Kissimmee; 407-847-3025 St. Johns Episcopal Church1709 North John Young Parkway; Kissimmee 407-847-2009 stjohns-ec.comSt. Luke & St. Peter Episcopal Church2745 Canoe Creek Road St. Cloud; 407-892-3227 www.lukeandpeter.orgSt. Nicholas Anglican Church1792 S. Orange Blossom Tr. Kissimmee; 407-344-2700 www.stnicholasanglican.comSt. Rose Of Lima Catholic Church3880 Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee; 407-932-5004 srlcc.orgShiloh Missionary Baptist Church604 N. John Young Parkway Kissimmee; 407-846-0544Solid Rock Church of God 1904 Michigan Ave. Kissimmee 407-847-3500 solidrock church ofgod.orgTabernaculo de Poinciana4937 Old Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee; 407-334-6508 Pastorjosesantiago.com Neptune Road Baptist Church1620 Neptune Road Kissimmee, Florida 34744 407-847-8174Pastor Dr. Bob Reaves Expanded Senior Ministry : special needs, spiritual counseling Sunday Worship Traditional at 11 a.m. Wednesday Bible/Prayer Service at 10:30 a.m. Lock Haven Baptist Church14246 Boggy Creek Road Orlando, FL 32824 (407) 851-5420LANE STOCKTON, PASTORSCHEDULE OF SERVICESSunday School ..................................... 10:00 am Morning Service ................................... 11:00 am Evening Service ..................................... 6:30 pm Wednesday Service ............................... 7:00 pmwww.lockhavenbaptist.org BEST OF OSCEOLA BEST OF OSCEOLA READERS CHOICE AW ARDS READERS CHOICE AW ARDS BES T B BEST BEST B B 20 17 020318.SNG And Cremation Services Cremation Services:Affordable, Simple, Dignifiedwww.conradandthompson.com 511 Emmett Street, Kissimmee, FL407-847-3188061116.SNG For daily obituaries and services please visit www.aroundosceola.com HOLTSCLAW -Eloise Holtsclaw, our beloved mother and MaMaw and Squeechy, has nished the race on 20 April 2018, at 87 years upon the earth, surrounded by her Children and Grandchildren. Called Home by her Eternal Father.Eloise was born in Wright, Minnesota on 20 March 1931 and moved to Oveido, Florida in 1942. She graduated from St. James in Orlando, and studied music at Rollins College.Until 1970 when she moved to Kissimmee, Eloise worked and lived in Sanford where she was manager of the Pig n Whistle a very popular restaurant of that era. She sang beautifully in the choir and played the organ at All Souls Catholic Church.In Kissimmee, Eloise worked for the Osceola County School District as a Teachers Aide for 20 years, and was a member of the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church for over forty years, where she had played the organ, participated in choir and assisted with the Religious Article Booth.Moms life was devoted to nurturing and loving her children and family and a faithful devotion to God and his Church.She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Lawrence B. Holtsclaw.Eloise is survived by her four children; sons, Tom and Mike Hickson, and his wife, Susan. Daughters; Stacy Holtsclaw and Kelli Craig and her husband, Weylan. Grandchildren; Jeni Hickson, Jamie Hickson, Jake Hickson, Mandy Morris, Tyler Craig, Nick Craig, Noah Craig, and Eli Craig. Great grandchildren; J.T. and Ava Williams, Finn and Brandt Hickson, and Britton Morris.Services will be held at the St. omas Aquinas Church, 700 Brown Chapel Road, St. Cloud, Florida, on ursday, the 3rd of May at 2:00 p.m. TOWNSEND Leon J. Townsend passed away on April 22, 2018.Leon was born on January 1, 1929 in Jewett, Ohio. He was a graduate of Jewett High School, class of 1947. Leon married the former Sivilla Gail Thompson, also of Jewett, in 1950. Leon was employed in both underground and surface coal-mining operations for 23 years. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America Locals 283 and 7690 from 1951 until his death. Leon was also a member of the Jewett Volunteer Fire Department, Jewett Sportsmans Club and coached Little League Baseball. Leon served as Mayor of Jewett and as a member of the town council.Leon, wife Sivilla, and son Tim moved to Kissimmee, Florida in 1973 where Leon enjoyed a 21 year career with Walt Disney World as an-Electrician/Animation Technician and a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 606 until his retirement in 1994. Leon was also a member of the Loyal Order of Moose in Kissimmee.Leon was preceded in death by his parents Leon F. and Wilma A. Townsend, wife Sivilla, sister elma, brother Paul and granddaughter Megan.Survivors include sons Monty and wife Barbara, Tim and wife Mary, four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.A family service was conducted April 25, 2018, at Osceola Memorial Gardens in Kissimmee, Florida. Free Methodist Church1701 N. acker Ave. Kissimmee; 407-847-4528Friendship Missionary Baptist Church1203 Orange Ave, St. Cloud 407-892-7665Gateway Baptist Church2601 Partin Settlement Rd. Kissimmee; 407-846-8595 Grace Lutheran Church and Preschool1123 Louisiana Ave. St. Cloud; 407-892-4653 gsca.orgIglesia Cristiana Casa de Vida1215 Old Hickory Tree Road, St. Cloud st.cloud@gmail.com 407-241-9045Iglesia de Cristo en Fortune Road2431 Fortune Road Kissimmee; 813-473-9075Iglesia de Dios de Kissimmee2550 Flamboyan St. Kissimmee; 407-348-8788Iglesia de los Hermanos: Nuevo Comienzo301 Commerce Center Dr. St. Cloud; 84-319-1195Impact Community Church29 E. 13th St., St. Cloud 407-593-1419 www.impactchurchfamily.org Intercession City Church of God5563 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee Intercessioncitycog.comJourney Bible Fellowship3220 Old Canoe Creek Road St. Cloud; 407-957-2057 journey3220@gmail.comKissimmee Christian Church415 N. Main St. Kissimmee; 407-847-2543 www.fcckissimmee.orgLiving Waters Church of God1001 W. Carroll St. Kissimmee; 407-847-6387Narcoossee Baptist Church870 N. Narcoossee Road St. Cloud; 407-709-3481 www.nbaptistchurch.org/

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 15 For a complete list of school events, visit www.osceola.k12.fl.us FOR UPCOMING SCHOOL EVENTS, CONTACT DANA SCHAFER EMAIL SCHAFER@OSCEOLA.K.12.FL.US THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR A SUBMISSION. THIS WEEKS CALENDAR OF EVENTS Cypress Elementary Deerwood Elementary Highlands Elementary School Kissimmee Elementary School Neptune Elementary School Partin Settlement Elementary Celebration K-8 School Westside K-8 School Denn John Middle School Discovery Intermediate School Neptune Middle School Liberty High School Osceola Technical College (oTECH) Poinciana High School Zenith Accelerated Learning Academy Cathy M. Rosenthal is a longtime animal advocate, author, columnist and pet expert who has more than 25 years in the animal welfare eld. Send your pet questions, stories and tips to cathy@petpundit.com. Please include your name, city, and state. You can follow her @cathymrosenthal.PETSContinued from Page 13 until she stops barking and you can attach the leash. Next, pick up your end of the leash and head for the door. If she barks, drop the leash and walk away. If she doesnt stop barking, remove the leash and start over. Repeat these steps until she walks to the door without barking. Use these same techniques for walking from the front door to the street. It will probably take about a week or so, but she will learn what you are communicating. Once she understands, train her with the disc inside the house and at the dog park using the same steps above. At the dog park, simply put the disc down or hide it in a bag until she stops barking. She will remember her leash training and will know to stop barking if she wants to see the disc again. This training requires patience, but most dogs are eager to please their owners. Let me know how she responds. Communication skills kids can learnAn ability to communicate effectively is a life skill that can serve a person well at any age. Communication is considered so essential that the Boy Scouts of America even require prospective Eagle Scouts to earn communication merit badges. Its never too early to help children become better communicators. From toddlerhood to grade school and beyond, learning how to interact with others are necessary at every stage. To develop communication takes time, but there are various techniques to help kids become better communicators. Great communication is a two-way process. Listening is often as important as speaking when communicating. Parents can help model good behavior by listening and letting children express themselves before offering their own opinions. Take turns in conversation. Rather than speaking at the same time or interrupting others, effective communicators take turns offering their thoughts. Listening to others can help shape what the other person might say. Speak regularly with one another. Initiate conversation frequently so that children become accustomed to speaking with adults and others. Chat about where youre going when running errands or discuss television plots during commercial breaks. Make conversations relevant. Allow experiences that are happening around the family to shape conversations. Encourage curiosity and introduce new themes and vocabulary. The more the child gets to experience, the more inclined he or she may be to discuss those experiences. Modify the communication methods. Some children may struggle to communicate effectively. By working with speech/language pathologists and making the most of digital and other communication aids, parents make things easier for kids who are struggling to communicate. Ask for details. e organization Understood. org advises adults to focus on recall and sequencing when speaking with children. These skills are important and can be enhanced when kids offer details. These techniques can help children ultimately develop strong comprehension and writing skills. Speak with others. Encourage children to speak to their peers, adults and educators as much as possible to establish comfort in various communication settings. Doing so will help in the shortand long-term. Communicating is an important component of school, home life and future employment. Children who learn to communicate eectively are in position to thrive in school and later in life.

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Page 16 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 Manufacturer PhotosSPECIFICATIONS 2018 FORD EXPLORER PLATINUMVEHICLE TYPE 7-passenger AWD SUV BASE PRICE $53,940 (as tested: $54,935) ENGINE TYPE EcoBoost turbocharged V-6 DISPLACEMENT 3.5-liter HORSEPOWER (net) 365 at 5500 rpm TORQUE (lb.-ft.) 350 at 3500 rpm TRANSMISSION 6-speed automatic OVERALL LENGTH 198.3 in. TURNING CIRCLE (curb-to-curb) 39.8 ft. CURB WEIGHT 4,890 lbs. FUEL CAPACITY 18.6 gal. EPA MILEAGE RATING 16 mpg city, 22 mpg highway Copyright, Motor Matters, 2018 FOR THE LATEST NEWS WEBSITE AROUNDOSCEOLA.COM Motor Matters Americas bread-and-butter SUV the model credited with igniting the countrys love affair with the segment Ford Explorer is one of the best turnedout models in its category. The 2018-model-year Ford Explorer soldiers on confident in its competence. This is particularly evident when the Explorer is experienced in Platinum trim. Just shy of being a full-on luxury sport utility, the top-of-the-line Ford Explorer Platinum features smart cruise control, upgraded leather, aluminum and wood interior detailing, a top-flight Sony audio system, and a dual-panel sunroof. Power for Explorer Platinum is served up courtesy of a 365-horsepower 3.5-liter turbocharged V-6, which is good for 350 lb.-ft. of torque. All-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic transmission complete the powertrain. We saw a pretty consistent 19 miles per gallon in mixed city and highway driving. Towing capacity is 5,000 pounds. Owing to its genteel nature, we werent tempted to go rock crawling in the Platinum Explorer. This Ford is FORDEXPLORERobviously geared more toward pavement than dirt, though it easily handled well-groomed trails. On the other hand, it rules on the highway. Exceptionally quiet and smooth, if youre looking for a spacious ride in which to accomplish long-distance travel, the 2018 Ford Explorer Platinum is solidly up to the task. Handling is also secure and in all frankness, Explorer tends to drive larger than it actually is. Drivers interested in experiencing more feel behind the wheel will appreciate the 2018 Ford Explorer Sport. Offering most of the same comfort and convenience equipment, Explorer Sport adds more aggressive suspension tuning, quicker steering, 20-inch wheels with low profile tires, and a tough-guy exterior treatment solidly telegraphing its intent. A more welcoming host for the outstanding twin-turbo V-6, body roll is minimized, turn-in is sharper, and grip is substantially improved without completely sacrificing ride quality. Allwheel drive is standard here too. Interior fit-and-finish on the Explorer Platinum are among the best weve ever seen in a Ford product. Quality softtouch materials abound. The look is decidedly premium. All controls feel nice to the touch and respond crisply when operated. The front seats are very comfortable especially over long distances and the passenger compartment is suitably quiet. Happily, the touch-sensitive controls of previous models were jettisoned in 2016 in favor of real buttons and dials for the audio and climate control systems. Opting for the secondrow captains chairs delivers adequate legroom for adults, even in the third row. However, youll only seat six with this choice as opposed to the seven you could accommodate with the rear bench seat. On the other hand, the bench renders the third row suitable only for children, so considering the stature of your passengers when choosing an interior configuration is a good idea. Maximum cargo capacity measures 81.7 cubic feet with the second and third rows folded. All of this is stacked on top of self-parking (both parallel and perpendicular), blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning, and massaging front seats. Thanks to the MyFord Touch interface system, voice activation and a high-res touchscreen provide even more of a premium vibe to the Explorer Platinum. The 2018 model year adds a 4G LTE hotspot to Explorers already-generous equipment list. Pricing for the 2018 Explorer lineup ranges from $31,990 to $53,940. On the safety front, NHTSA gave the Explorer five stars overall, while the IIHS rated the Explorer Good (its highest ranking) in nearly all tests except its small overlap frontal offset event, in which it was rated Marginal (the second-to-thelowest ranking). By and large though, you can feel good about pressing either the Explorer Platinum or Explorer Sport into service as family transportation. The love affair continues unabated.Crowd Pleasing Bread-and-Butter SUVThe 2018 Ford Explorer is packed with smart technology and comfort features. Updated style and greater choice for the 2018 Ford Explorer means ve new wheel options, a Safe and Smart Package, and available SYNC Connect with 4G modem and Wi-Fi hotspot that connects up to 10 devices. Among the standard features are automatic headlamps, auxiliary rear climate controls, hill start assist, and LED headlamps with halogen reector high beams.

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 17 The Osceola County Association of Realtors (OSCAR) is an advocate for consumers. According to a press release, OSCAR understands that homeownership is the American dream, and wants to make sure that it is not only an achievable dream, but one that is protected by sound legislation. National, state, and local associations stay pluggedin to legislative talks to make sure that your private property rights are being upheld in Congress. When new bills are proposed that may hinder those rights, OSCAR alerts their members and communicates to the public so that all interested parties can reach out to their representatives to make their voices and views heard. OSCAR knows that homeownership is a cornerstone to a healthy economy, and its important to them and those in the industry to help more Americans realize this dream. Our homes and businesses are the backbones of our communities, so the association makes it their mission to safeguard the rights associated with ownership of both so that communities may grow, spurring further growth of new homes and businesses. Each year, members from the association travel to Tallahassee to speak with representatives about legislative priorities that will protect your private property rights and help provide access to homeownership. e Great American Realtor Days event is held each year to engage directly with legislators so they can get an industry experts insight to the importance of these issues and their eect on the economy. is Rally in Tally is one of their many advocacy eorts on behalf of our consumers. Over the years, local Florida associations like OSCAR have stood behind a number of causes to benefit home and business owners. For instance, theyve just recently pushed for a reduction in the business tax rent to ease the financial burden on small businesses, supported a cap on estoppel certificate fees, saved property owners $645 Million through increases in Homestead Exemption, advocated for preserving a 10 percent cap on nonhomestead property taxes, and saved homeowners $600 Million by redirecting a portion of education funding from property taxes to the state. Further efforts for this year will seek to increase affordable housing, tackle vacation rental fairness and reform assignment of OSCAR spledges to keep their Realtor members informed, and make their advocacy eorts public so that consumers can be made aware of new challenges to private property rights, the press release stated. Follow OSCAR on Facebook and Twitter at: https://www.facebook.com/ osceolaassociationrealtors/ and https:// twitter.com/OsceolaRealtors The Osceola County Association of Realtors is the largest trade association in Osceola County and represents over 3,400 Realtors in the area, bringing valuable training and support to its membership, and oering community services to the Osceola County area. e association is dedicated to members success through personal development, advocacy, and community engagement. (StatePoint) Is your home deccor starting to feel a bit stale? Spruce up your interiors with some of the hottest home design trends for 2018 from customized cozy to natural textures to retro touches. Here are some stylish ways to incorporate new trends, from one of the nations most sought-aer celebrity interior designers, Taniya Nayak. 1. Create an Oasis: Make your home a tropical escape all year long. Add oral or banana leaf accents to form a staycationworthy at home paradise no matter the temperature. Nayak suggests pairing pops of metallic gold with plush greens and crisp white to build a look that is sophisticated, yet fun and exotic. 2. Keep it Simple: In 2018, Nayak encourages DIYers to dream big or go home in the simplest way imaginable. An easy way to accomplish this is to paint your baseboards, trim or window mullions a dramatic contrasting color, like black against a white wall, for an eortless, yet powerful eect. And when it comes to achieving clean, sharp paint lines, one of Nayaks vital, go-to tools is a premium painters tape, like FrogTape brand painters tape that delivers the sharpest paint lines possible. Treated with patented PaintBlock Technology, FrogTape is a foolproof way to get professional-looking results and eliminate the need for touch-ups. 3. Incorporate Natural Touches: is trend is all about natures textures think wood grain, geodes or ocean waves. One way to incorporate this look is to combine earthy tones like browns, beiges and deep blues with vibrant neon colors to generate the eect of the northern lights around the home. 4. Get Back to the Future: Give what is an old a modern, futuristic update to achieve this trend. Try painting a vintage chair with a pop of color, like the Sherwin-Williams 2018 color of the year, Oceanside, a combination of rich blue with jewel-toned green. is creates an eye-catching masterpiece that seamlessly integrates into both retro and modern home decor. Introducing bright colors to antiques produces a beautiful new spin on a classic look. 5. Design it with Love: Whats in home design this year? Creating warm and cozy spaces that are customized just for you. is is the true essence of DIY. Painting an accent wall in a pastel color, like lavender, will set a relaxed and comforting tone in the room. From there, add personal pieces like a so woven blanket, a macram wall hanging or ivory plates on a wall to transform any room to your room. 6. Embrace New England Prep: is style embraces the timeless combination of crisp white linens and navy blues, but what really gives a room an authentic New England vibe is the addition of camel-colored leather decor accents. Nayak recommends adding monogrammed pillows to a leather accent chair, or whitewashing your brick replace to create a look that never goes out of style. Visit FrogTape.com for more trend information and inspiration. Get started on your home projects now so you can enjoy your refreshed decor all year long. CONTACT BRIAN MCBRIDE EDITOR EMAIL BMCBRIDE@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM What a home buyer should knowIf youre in the market to buy a home, you may be bewildered by some aspects of the process. New buyers have a lot to contend with, but this article will give rst-timers a rundown of some important things to know. First and foremost know your credit score. A low credit score may sink your ability to land nancing, and chances are youre going to need it. You can get your credit score for free by going through sites like Experian.com or you can find out through your lender when getting prequalified. Pre-qualification will tell you how much the bank determines they will lend you based on your credit rating, your income, and debt to income ratio. It may be tempting to go online and choose some lender youve never heard of that is oering a deal thats almost too good to be true, but do you research rst. Talk to at least a few dierent lenders to get a feel for what will be the best choice for you, then when youve made your choice, get a pre-qualication letter to share with sellers that you make oers to, so that they know you have the nancial backing necessary to make a deal happen. If you havent been able to save the full 20 percent down-payment required for a conventional loan, you may have other nancing options available to you. Programs like FHA will allow you to put as little as 3.5 percent down, but there are restrictions to how much you can borrow depending on where you live. is is a good option if your credit score is less than perfect. e disadvantage of an FHA loan is that it requires the buyer to pay a mortgage insurance premium (MIP). Another option available to qualied buyers are VA loans which are guaranteed by the Veterans Administration (VA). ese loans are available to past and current members of the military and can allow veterans to qualify for a zero-down loan. ere is a funding fee, however, usually between 1.25 and 3.3 percent of the loan amount. When youre looking at properties, keep in mind that school districts can aect the price of properties. If you dont have young kids, you may want to consider nding better deals outside of top school districts that draw families. ere are a number of apps that can help you in your home search in addition to, and in conjunction with using your agent. Realtor.coms app updates every 15 minutes from the local MLS, so you can see all the newest listings right away. is is very helpful in markets with constrained inventory and tight demand. Once youve found that perfect house and have had your oer accepted, beware the dreaded appraisal. is can throw the whole deal o. e house must appraise at or above the price you and the buyer agree to for the sale to be approved by the lender. If it is less, either the buyer will have to agree to go lower, or you will be expected to come up with the dierence in cash. In many cases, this terminates the sale. Closings are the last step in the home buying process and are a pretty signicant chunk of change. Get with your agent to discuss how much youll need at the end of the process to close the sale. is is typically at least a few thousand dollars. In some cases, buyers can negotiate with sellers to cover at least some of the costs of closing. is is a strategy you should discuss with your agent to see if its best for you and your situation. Make sure before you close that you carefully read all pertinent documentation, paying special attention to HOA documents. You will want to know what restrictions and fees you will be responsible for as a member of this community. Hopefully this list of items helps demystify the process somewhat, but remember, your Realtor can ll you in on any questions or concerns that you may have. Realtors have the training and skill to take the stress out of the process and get you into your dream home. SNG 021018

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Saturday, April 28, 2018 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Page 21 View all Public Notices online www.aroundosceola.com and CONTACT : GARY LUGO EMAIL LEGALADS@OSCEOLANEWSGAZETTE.COM PHONE 407-846-7600 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. GeneralJurisdictionDivisio n Case#:2016-CA-001429MF U.S.BANKNATIONAL ASSOCIATION,NOTINITS INDIVIDUALCAPACIT Y BUTSOLELYASTRUSTEE FORTHERMACTRUST SERIES2016-CTT, Plaintiff, vs. ADACELIZDIAZ,etal., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated March28,2018,andentered in2016-CA-001429MFof theCircuitCourtofth e NINTHJudicialCircuit,inand forOsceolaCounty,Florida whereinU.S.BANKNATIONALASSOCIATION,NOTIN ITSINDIVIDUALCAPACITY BUTSOLELYASTRUSTEE FORTHERMACTRUST SERIES2016-CTT,isthe Plaintiff,andADACELI Z DIAZ;UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA,ACTINGON BEHALFOFTHESECRETARYOFHOUSINGAND URBANDEVELOPMENT aretheDefendant(s). ArmandoRamirez,asthe ClerkoftheCircuitCourt,will selltothehighestandbest bidderforcashatSuite2600/ Room#2602,2Courthouse Square,Kissimmee,FL 34741,at11:00A.M.,o n MAY15,2018,thefollowing describedpropertyasset forthinsaidFinalJudgment towit: LOT10,BLOCK"N",TROPICALPARK,UNITFOUR ASPERPLATTHEREOF RECORDEDINPLA T BOOK2,PAGES16&16A OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. TOGETHERWITHTHAT CERTAIN1988SHADOW MASTERDOUBLE-WIDE MOBILEHOMECONTAININGVIN#'S14604085AAND 14604085B PropertyAddress: 195ETROPICANACT, KISSIMMEE,FL34741 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. IMPORTANT AMERICANSWITHDISABILITIESACT: Ifyouarea personwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodat ionin ordertoparticipateinthis proceeding,youareentitled atnocosttoyou,tothepro visionofcertainassistance PleasecontactCourtAdministrationatTwoCourthouse Square,Suite6300,Kissimmee,Florida34741,Telephone:(407)742-2417at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;(describenotice);Ifyouar e hearingorvoiceimpaired call711toreachtheTelecommunicationsRelayService. DATEDthis5thdayofApril 2018. ROBERTSON,ANSCHUTZ &SCHNEID,P.L. AttorneyforPlaintiff 6409CongressAvenue, Suite100 BocaRaton,FL33487 Telephone:561-241-6901 Facsimile:561-997-6909 ServiceEmail: mail@rasflaw.com By: /s/ThomasJoseph THOMASJOSEPH,Esquire FloridaBarNo.123350 CommunicationEmail: tjoseph@rasflaw.com 16-016177-MoP April21,28,2018 NOTICEOF PUBLICAUCTION Thefollowingvehicleswillbe soldatauctionfreeofall priorliensforcash. 1)2002HONDAAccord EX-Silver VIN: 1HGCG16522A013817 SaleDate: MAY09,2018 AND 1)2007LINCOLNNavigator -Black VIN:5LMFU27517LJ01139 2)1997HONDAAccord LXWagon-Blue VIN: 1HGCE1728VA007485 3)2000TOYOTACorolla LE-Green VIN:1NXBR12E8YZ304710 SaleDate: MAY11,2018 AND 1)1991MERCEDES500 SL-Black VIN:WDBFA66E4MF029533 2)1995BMW325i-Black VIN: WBACB4326SFM25 327 S aleDate:MAY12,2018 SaleTime: 10:00A.M. SaleLocation: MAGIC TOWS,LLC.-1201Sawdust Trail-Kissimmee,Florida 34744 April28,2018 SEARCHING AnyoneknowingthewhereaboutsofKARLARIBERIO (54,135lbs,lightskin,curly brownhair,Brazilian,29 yearsold),pleasecontact IMMIGRATIONSERVICES at525N.LakewoodAvenue Ocoee,FL34761,ore-mail meat: steven86j@gmail.com April14,21,28,2018 May5,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE9thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:2009-CA-009403 BACHOMELOANS SERVICING,L.P.,F/K/A COUNTRYWIDEHOME LOANSSERVICING,LP, Plaintiff, vs. MATTHEWL.HARRIS, etal., Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoanOrderdated March27,2018enteredin CivilCaseNo.2009-CA009403oftheCircuitCourtof theNinthJudicialCircuitin andforOsceolaCounty,Florida,whereinBACH OME LOANSSERVICING,L.P., F/K/ACOUNTRYWIDE HOMELOANSSERVICING, LP,Plaintiff,andMATTHEW L.HARRIS,MALICHAND BAINHARRIS,MORTGAGE ELECTRONICREGISTRATIONSYSTEMS,INC.AS NOMINEEFORCOUNTRYWIDEHOMELOANS,INC., areDefendants,Clerkof Court,willsellthepropertyat publicsaleinSuite2600/ Room2602oftheOsceola CountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee, FLbeginningat11:00a.m. onMAY15,2018,thefollowingdescribedpropertyasset fo rthinsaidFinalJudgment, to-wit:. LOT13,INSTEEPLECHASE,ACCORDINGTO THEPLATTHEREOF,AS RECORDEDINPLAT BOOK6,ATPAGE142 THROUGH143,OFTHE PUBLICREOCRDSOF OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. A /K/A4106FoxtailCt., Kissimmee,FL34746 ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTHE PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAYS AFTERTHESALE. IFYOUAREAPERSON WITHADISABILITYWHO NEEDSANYACCOMMODATIONINORDERTOPARTICIPATEINACOURTPROCEEDINGOREVENT,YOU AREENTITLED,ATNO COSTTOYOU,TOTHE PROVISIONOFCERTAIN ASSISTANCE.PLEASE CONTACT:ADACOORDINATOR,COURTADMINISTRATION,OSCEOLA COUNTYCOURTHOUSE,2 COURTHOUSESQUARE, SUITE6300,KISSIMMEE, FL34741,(407)742-2417, FAX407-835-5079AT LEAST7DAYSBEFORE YOURSCHEDULED COURTAPPEARANCE,OR IMMEDIATELYUPONRECEIVINGNOTIFICATIONIF THETIMEBEFORETHE SCHEDULEDCOURTAPPEARANCEISLESS THAN 7DAYS.IFYOUARE HEARINGORVOICEIMPAIRED,CALL711TO REACHTHETELECOMMUNICATIONSRELAYSERVICE. D ated:April16,2018. KelleyKronenberg 8201PetersRoad, Suite4000, FortLauderdale,FL33324 Phone:(954)370-9970 Fax:(954)252-4571 ServiceE-Mail: ftlrealprop@kelleykronenberg.com /s/JasonM.Vanslette JasonM.Vanslette,Esq. FBN:92121 April21,28,2018 NOTICEUNDER FICTITIOUSNAMELAW PursuanttoSection865.09 FLORIDASTATUTES ToWhomItMayConcern: NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness underthefictitiousnameof: TROPICALOASIS VACATIONRENTALS locatedat:2331EagleTalon Court,intheCountyof Osceola,intheCityof Kissimmee,Florida34746, intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState,Tallahassee,Florida. That thecorporationinterestedinsaidbusinessenterpriseisasfollows: F OURCORNERS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES,INC. DATEDatKissimmee, OsceolaCounty,Floridaon this24thdayofApril,2018. April28,2018 NOTICEUNDER FICTITIOUSNAMELAW PursuanttoSection865.09 FLORIDASTATUTES ToWhomItMayConcern: NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness underthefictitiousnameof: KFSFITNESS &PERFORMANCE locatedat:3127DashaPlam Drive,intheCountyof Osceola,intheCityof Kissimmee,Florida34744, intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState,Tallahassee,Florida. DATEDatKiss immee, OsceolaCounty,Floridaon this24thdayofApril,2018. A pril28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. GeneralJurisdictionDivisio n Case#:2010-CA-000882MF BACHOMELOANS SERVICING,L.P.F/K/A COUNTRYWIDEHOME LOANSSERVICINGL.P., Plaintiff, vs. CESARANGARITA,etal, Defendant(s). NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated September21,2010,and enteredin2010-CA-000882 MFoftheCircuitCourtofthe NINTHJudicialCircuit,inand forOsceolaCounty,Florida whereinBANKOFAMERICA,N.A.ASSICCESSOR BYMERGERTOBA C HOMELOANSERVICING LP,F/K/ACOUNTRYWIDE HOMELOANSSERVICING LP,isthePlaintiff,an d CESARANGARITA;MARITZACARRERA;BANKOF AMERICA,NATIONALASSOCIATION,aretheDefendant(s).ArmandoRamirez,as theClerkoftheCircuitCourt willselltothehighestand bestbidderforcashatSuite 2600/Room#2602,2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee FL34741,at11:00A.M.,on MAY15,2018,thefollowing describedpropertyasset forthinsaidFinalJudgment towit: LOT25,BLOCK221 BUENAVENTURALAKES UNIT10,ACCORDINGTO THEPLATTHEREOF,AS RECORDEDINPLA T BOOK5,PAGES8 1 THROUGH83,OFTH E PUBLICRECORDSO F OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. PropertyAddress: 322PLUMWOODCIR, KISSIMMEE,FL34743 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. IMPORTANT AMERICANSWITHDISABILITIESACT: Ifyouarea personwithadisabilitywho needsanyaccommodationin ordertoparticipateinthis proceeding,youareentitled atnocosttoyou,tothepro visionofcertainassistance PleasecontactCourtAdministrationatTwoCourthouse Square,Suite6300,Kissimmee,Florida34741,Telephone:(407)742-2417at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;(describenotice);Ifyouar e hearingorvoiceimpaired call711toreachtheTelecommunicationsRelayService. DATEDonthis17thdayof April2018. ROBERTSON,ANSCHUTZ &SCHNEID,P.L. AttorneyforPlaintiff 6409CongressAvenue, Suite100 BocaRaton,FL33487 Telephone:561-241-6901 Facsimile:561-997-6909 ServiceEmail: mail@rasflaw.com By: /s/ThomasJoseph THOMASJOSEPH,Esquire FloridaBarNo.123350 CommunicationEmail: tjoseph@rasflaw.com 16-028346-TeU April21,28,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE On05/12/2018at09:00A.M. anauctionwilltakeplaceat 1720ALEXANDERST. KISSIMMEE,FL34746.The vehicleswhichwillbeauctionedinclude: 1)2013HD VIN:1HD1HHH11DC806618 2)2006HONDA VIN: 2HGFG12856H547589 Pleasebeadvised,perF.S 713.78thatanewspaperad mustbepublishedfor1day inanewspaperofgeneral circulation(dailyorweekly circulation)whichhasbeenin circulationforatleast1year Theadvertisementmustbe publishedatleast10calendardayspriortothedateof sale,inanewspaperofgeneralcirculationinthecounty inwhichthesaleistobe held.The10calendardays donotincludethedateofthe advertisementnorthedateof thesale. April28,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE PRESTON'STOWINGgives NoticeofForeclosureofLien andintenttosellthes e vehiclesonthefollowin g datesat9:00a.m.,at605E DoneganAvenue,Kissimmee,FL34744,pursuantto subsection713.78ofth e FloridaStatutes. PRESTON'STOWINGreservestherighttoacceptor rejectanyand/orallbids. MAY10,2018 1)2007CHEVROLET VIN: 2G1WU58R879265840 MAY11,2018 1)2001CHEVROLET VIN: 2G1WX15K619338539 MAY14,2018 1)2004DODGE VIN:1D4GP24R84B598074 April28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE9thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORID A CASENo.:2017-CA-002802 DIVISION:A W FBN:98730 0 WILLIAMBOSWELL, Plaintiff, vs. PRESTIGEHOMESLLC, aFloridaLimitedLiability Company;UNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOF THESUBJECTPROPERTY ; IFANY;andREUNIONRESORT&CLUBOFORLANDOMASTERASSOCIATION,INC.,aFloridaNotFor-ProfitCorporation, Defendants. AMENDEDNOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaFinalJudgmentofForeclosuredated February22,2018,an d enteredinCaseNo.2017CA-002802,oftheCircuit Courtofthe9thJudicialCircuit,inandforOSCEOLA County,Florida.WILLIAM BOSWELL,isPlaintiff PRESTIGEHOMESLLC,a FloridaLimitedLiability Company;UNKNOWNTENANT(S)INPOSSESSIONOF THESUBJECTPROPERTY IFANY;andREUNIONRESORT&CLUBOFORLANDOMASTERASSOCIATION,INC.,aFloridaNotFor-ProfitCorporation,are theDefendants.Wewillsell tothehighestandbestbidderforcashatBYELECTRONICSALEAT:Suit e 2600/Room#2602,ofthe OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare Kissimmee,FL34741,at 11:00A.M.,onthe17thday ofMAY2018,thefollowing describedpropertyasset forthinsaidFinalJudgment towit: Lot163,REUNIONPHASE 1,PARCEL1,UNIT1,accordingtothemaporplat thereof,asrecordedinPlat Book14,Pages15through 23,inclusive,ofthePublic RecordsofOsceol a County,Florida. PARCELIDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 352527484600011630 Apersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfrom sale,ifany,otherthanpropertyownerasofthedateof thelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafter sale. Thisnoticeisprovided pursuanttoAdministrative OrderNo.2.065. Inaccordancewiththe AmericanswithDisabilities Act,ifyouareapersonwith adisabilitywhoneedsany accommodationinorderto participateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,toprovisionofcertain assistance.Pleasecontact theCourtAdministratorat2 CourtHouseSquare,Kissimmee,Florida34741,Phone No.(407)742-3479within2 workingdaysofyourreceipt ofthisnoticeorpleading;if youarehearingimpaired,call 1-800-955-8771(TDD);ifyou arevoiceimpaired,call1800-995-8770(V)(ViaFloridaRelayServices). Datedonthis16thdayof April2018. SubmittedBy: By: /s/BruceHornstein BruceHo rnstein,P.A. 6961IndianCreekDrive MiamiBeach,Florida33141 Telephone:(305)397-8476 Facsimile:(305)713-1158 April21,28,2018 NOTICEUNDER FICTITIOUSNAMELAW PursuanttoSection865.09 FLORIDASTATUTES ToWhomItMayConcern: NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigneddesiringtoengageinbusiness underthefictitiousnameof : B&BESTATESALES &LIQUIDATORS locatedat:5251Harkley RunyanRoad,intheCounty ofOsceola,intheCityofSt Cloud,Florida34771,in tendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState,Tallahassee,Florida. Thatthepartyinterestedin saidbusinessenterpriseisas follows: ROBERTE. FRANKENBER G DATEDatKissimmee OsceolaCounty,Florida,on this24thdayofApril,2018. April28,2018 NOTICEUNDER FICTITIOUSNAMELAW PursuanttoSection865.09 FLORIDASTATUTES ToWhomItMayConcern: NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness underthefictitiousnameof: FLORIDAPRIMARY MEDICINE locatedat:308WestBass Street,intheCountyof Osceola,intheCityof Kissimmee,Florida34741, intendstoregisterthesaid namewiththeDivisionof CorporationsoftheFlorida DepartmentofState,Tallahassee,Florida. Thatthecorporationinter estedinsaidbusinessenterpriseisasfollows: F LORIDAPRIMECARE SOLUTIONSInc. DATEDatKissimmee, OsceolaCounty,Floridaon this24thdayofApril,2018. April28,2018 INTHECIRCUIT COURTOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION CaseNo.:2017-CP-174RR INRE:THEESTATEOF ALEXANDERMAYEA MAYEA, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateofALEXANDER MAYEAMAYEA,deceased, whosedateofdeathwas December5,2016,FileNumber2017-CP-174RR,is pendingintheCircuitCourt forOsceolaCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee, FL34741.Thenamesand addresses ofthepetitioner andthepetitionersattorney aresetforthbelow. ALLINTERESTEDPERSONSARENOTIFIED THAT: Allpersonsonwhomthis noticeisservedandwho haveobjectionsthatchallengethevalidityofthewill, thequalificationsofthepersonalrepresentativeorcurator,venue,orjurisdictionof thiscourtarerequiredtofile theirobjectionswiththiscourt WITHINTHELATEROF THREEMONTHSAFTER THEDATEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICEORTHIRTYDAY S AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETHE LATEROFTHREE MONTHSAFTERTHETIME OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICEOR THIRTYDAYSAFTERTHE DATEOFSERVICEOFA COPYOFTHISNOTICEON THEM. Allothercreditorsofthe decedentandotherpersons havingclai msordemands againstthedecedent'sestatemustfiletheirclaimswith thiscourtWITHINTHREE MONTHSAFTERTHEDATE OFTHEFIRSTPUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTSO FILEDWITHINTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHIN SECTION733.702OFTHE FLORIDAPROBATECODE WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWOYEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. ThedateofthefirstpublicationofthisNoticeis:April28, 2018. L UISE.BARRETO, ESQUIRE FERMINLOPEZ,ESQUIRE FloridaBarNo.946478 Successor PersonalRepresentative LuisE.Barreto& Associates,P.A. c/oLuisE.Barreto &Associates,P.A. 19WestFlaglerStreet Suite720 Miami,Florida33130 Telephone(305)358-1771 Facsimile(305)358-1773 lbarreto@miamiprobate.com April28,2018 May5,2018 NOTICEUNDER FICTITIOUSNAMELAW PursuanttoSection865.09 FLORIDASTATUTES ToWhomItMayConcern: NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN thattheundersigned,desiringtoengageinbusiness underthefictitiousnameof: EVERGREENFLORIDA VACATIONHOMES locatedat:52RileyRoad,# 327,intheCountyofOsceola,intheCityofCelebration, Florida34747,intendstoregisterthesaidnamewiththe DivisionofCorporationsof theFloridaDepartmentof State,Tallahassee,Florida. DAT EDatCelebration, OsceolaCounty,Floridaon this24thdayofApril,2018. A pril28,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICSALE FELDWRECKERSERVICE givesNoticeofForeclosure ofLienandintenttosell thesevehiclesonthefollowingdatesat8:00a.m.,MAY 11,2018,at907Garden Street,Kissimmee,FL 34744-1405,pursuanttosubsection713.78oftheFlorida Statutes. FELDWRECKERSERVICE reservestherighttoaccept orrejectanyand/orallbids. 1)2007JEEP VIN:1J4GK48K17W502345 2)2002BUICK VIN: 1G4HP54KX2U160725 3)2005CHEVROLET VIN: 1GCDS136558216808 April28,2018 NOTICEOFSALE JOE'SAUTOSERVICE CENTERINC.,112313th STREET,STCLOUD,FL 34769 Towed-04/07/2018 Year-1997 Make-FORD VIN: 1FALP6241VH130539 DateofSale-05/14/2018 Time: 10:00a.m. LocationofSale: Joe'sAuto ServiceCenterINC.,1123 13thStreet,St.Cloud,FL. 34769 April28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURTOF THE9thJUDICIALCIRCUIT, INANDFOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA CaseNo.:09-CA-889-MF THEBANKOFNEWYORK MELLON,ASSUCCESSOR INDENTUREDTRUSTEE UNDERNOVASTARMORTGAGEFUNDINGTRUST 2005-2, Plaintiff, vs. SAIMAS.KHAN,ET.AL., Defendant(s). RE-NOTICEOFSALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NOTICEOFSALEIS HEREBYGIVENpursuantto theorderofFinalJudgment ofForeclosuredatedFebruary01,2010andenteredin CaseNo.09-CA-889-MFof theCircuitCourtofthe9th JudicialCi rcuitinandfor OsceolaCounty,Florida, whereinTHEBANKOFNEW YORKMELLON,ASSUCCESSORINDENTURED TRUSTEEUNDER NOVASTARMORTGAGE FUNDINGTRUST2005-2,is Plaintiff,andSAIMAS. KHAN,ET.AL.,areDefendants,theOfficeofArmando Ramirez,OsceolaCounty ClerkoftheCourtwillsellto thehighestandbestbidder forcashattheOsceola CountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare,Room2602, Kissimmee,Floridaat11:00 A.M.onthe26thdayof JUNE,2018thefollowingdescribedpropertyassetforth insaidFinalJudgment,to wit: LOT162,OFESTANCIA, ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK15,PAGES 184AND185,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. andallfixturesandpersonal propertylocatedthereinor thereon,whichareincluded assecurityinPlaintiffsmortgage. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfunds fromthesale,ifany,other thanthepropertyownerasof thedateofthelispendens mus tfileaclaimwithin60 daysafterthesale. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceedings,you areentitled,atnocosttoyou, totheprovisionofcertainassistance.Pleasecontact: CourtAdministrationat2 CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,Telephone:(407) 742-2417,withintwo(2) workingdaysofyourreceipt ofthisdescribednotice;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call1-(80 0)955-8771. Datedthis25thdayofApril 2018. M cCabe,Weisberg &Conway,LLC By: /s/JonathanI.Jacobson JonathanI.Jacobson,Esq. FLBar#:37088 McCabe,Weisberg &Conway,LLC AttorneyforPlaintiff 500S.AustralianAvenue, Suite1000 WestPalmBeach,FL33401 Telephone:(561)713-1400 Email:FLpleadings@MWCLaw.com Reference#:13-400351 April28,2018 May5,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. CIVILDIVISION Case#:2016-CA-000682MF FIRSTGUARANTYMORTGAGECORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs. IMENEPIERRE,etal, Defendants. RE-NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE RE-NOTICEISHEREBY GIVENpursuanttoanOrder GrantingPlaintiffsMotionto RescheduleForeclosureSale filedMarch22,2018,and enteredinCaseNo.2016CA-000682MFoftheCircuit CourtoftheNINTHJudicial CircuitinandforOSCEOLA COUNTY, Florida,wherein FIRSTGUARANTYMORTGAGECORPORATION,is thePlaintiff,andIMENE PIERRE,etal,areDefendants,theclerk,ArmandoR. Ramirez,willselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cash,beginningat11:00 A.M.,OsceolaCountyCourthouse2CourthouseSquare, Suite2600/RoomNumber 2602,Kissimmee,FL34741, inaccordancewithChapter 45,FloridaStatutes,onthe 8thdayofMAY,2018,the followingdescribedproperty assetforthinsaidLisPendens,towit: L ot449,ANTHEMPARKPHASE3B,accordingto thePlatthereofasrecordedinPlatBook20,Pages 90through93,inclusive,of thePublicRecordsof OsceolaCounty,Florida. P ARCEL# R092630-008200014490 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfunds fromthesale,ifany,other thanthepropertyownerasof thedateofthelispendens mustfileaclaimwithin60 daysafterthesale. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationtoparticipatein thispro ceeding,youareentitled,atnocosttoyou,tothe provisionofcertainassistance.Pleasecontactthe ADACoordinator,CourtAdministration,OsceolaCounty Courthouse,2Courthouse Square,Suite6300,Kissimmee,Florida34741,(407) 742-2417,atleast7daysbeforeyourscheduledcourtappearance,orimmediately uponreceivingthisnotificationifthetimebeforethe scheduledappearanceis lessthanseven(7)days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711. Dated:April16,2018. PhelanHallinanDiamond &Jones,PLLC Attorneysf orPlaintiff 2727WestCypressCreek Road,FortLauderdale,FL 33309 Tel:954-462-7000 Fax:954-462-7001 Servicebyemail: FL.Service@PhelanHallinan. com By: /s/HeatherGriffiths PhelanHallinanDiamond &Jones,PLLC HeatherGriffiths,Esq. FloridaBarNo.0091444 EmilioR.Lenzi,Esq., FloridaBarNo.0668273 PH#87202 April21,28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA GeneralJurisdictionDivision Case#:2017-CA-00484MF WILMINGTONSAVINGS FUNDSOCIETY,FSB,D/B/A CHRISTIANATRUST,NOT INDIVIDUALLYBUTAS TRUSTEEFORHILLDALE TRUST, Plaintiff, vs. ROMMELI.GUAQUETA, JOSEANNEA.LUNKES, ET.AL, Defendants NOTICEOFSALE NOTICEISGIVENthat,in accordancewiththeFinal JudgmentofForeclosure datedMarch28,2018,inthe above-styledcause,the ClerkofCourt,Armando Ramirezwillselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cashatSuite2600/Room# 2602,oftheOsceolaCourthouse,2courthouseSquare, Kissimmee,FL34741,on MAY15,2018,at11:00a.m., thefollowingdescribedproperty: LOT(S)115,OFCHATHAM PARK,PHASE2ASRECORDEDINPLATBOOK7, PAGE70,ETSEQ.,OFTHE PUBLICRECORDSOF OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. P ropertyAddress: 2655CHATHAMCIRCLE KISSIMMEE,FL34746 ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESUR PLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHERTHANTHE PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAYS AFTERTHESALE. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinacourtproceeding orevent,youareentitled,at nocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertainassistance. Pleasecontact:ADACoordinator,CourtAdministration,OsceolaCountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare, Suite6300,Kissimmee,FL 34741 ,(407)742-2417,Fax #:407-835-5079atleast7 daysbeforeyourscheduled courtappearance,orimmediatelyuponreceivingnotificationifthetimebeforethe scheduledcourtappearance islessthan7days.Ifyouare hearingorvoiceimpaired, call711toreachtheTelecommunicationsRelayService. WITNESSmyhandonApril 25,2018. B y: /s/MatthewM.Slowik MATTHEWM.SLOWIK, Esq.,FBN#:92553 AttorneysforPlaintiff MarinosciLawGroup,P.C. 100WestCypress Creek Road,Suite1045 FortLauderdale,FL33309 Phone:(954)-644-8704; Fax(954)772-9601 ServiceFL@mlgdefaultlaw.com ServiceFL2@mlgdefaultlaw.com File#:16-04870-FC April28,2018 May5,2018 NOTICEOF SHERIFFSSALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN ThatpursuanttoaWritof Execution(s)issuedonthe 21STdayofFEBRUARY 2018A.D.issuedinth e COUNTYCourtofSEMINOLECOUNTY,Florida,inthe causewhereinCACHLLCis plaintiffandGRETCHENL BERNHARDTis/aredefendant(s),beingCaseNo.2014SC-001959-19insaidCourt I,RussellGibson,asSheriff ofOsceolaCounty,Florida havelevieduponalltheright titleandinterestofthedefendant(s)GRETCHEN BERNHARDTinandtothe followingdescribedPERSONALpropertytowit; 2010WHITEFORDF150 VIN#1FTEW1C87AFB59124 Onthe29thdayofMA Y 2018A.D.At(the)JOE S AUTOSERVICECENTERin theCityofST.CLOUDFlorida34769,atthehourof 11:00A.M.oclockorassoon thereafteraspossible,IRussellGibson,Sheriffof OsceolaCounty,willofferfor saleallofthesai d defendantsGRETCHENL BERNHARDTright,titleand interestinaforesaidproperty atpublicoutcryandwillsell thesame,subjecttoal l taxes,priorliens,encumbrancesandjudgments,if any,tothehighestandbest bidderorbiddersforCASH INHAND.Notimewillbeallowedforanyonetoleavethe premisestoacquireadditionalfunds.Theproceedstobe appliedasfarasmaybeto thepaymentofcostsandthe satisfactionoftheabove-describedexecution. RussellGibso n SHERIFFOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORID A BY:______________ LTDANWEIS Inaccordancewiththe AmericanswithDisabilities Act,Personswithdisabilities needingaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthis proceedingshouldcontact theOsceolaCountySheriffs Officeat2601EastIrloBronsonMemorialHighway Kissimmee,Florida,347444455,Telephone(407)3482222,notlaterthanseven dayspriortotheproceeding. Ifhearingisimpaired,(TDD) 1-800-955-8771orVoice(V) 1-800-955-6770,viaFlorida RelayService. April28,2018 May5,12,19,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. CIVILDIVISION Case#:2016-CA-000682MF FIRSTGUARANTYMORTGAGECORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs. IMENEPIERRE,etal, Defendants. RE-NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE RE-NOTICEISHEREBY GIVENpursuanttoanOrder GrantingPlaintiffsMotionto RescheduleForeclosureSale filedMarch22,2018,and enteredinCaseNo.2016CA-000682MFoftheCircuit CourtoftheNINTHJudicial Circuitinand forOSCEOLA COUNTY,Florida,wherein FIRSTGUARANTYMORTGAGECORPORATION,is thePlaintiff,andIMENE PIERRE,etal,areDefendants,theclerk,ArmandoR. Ramirez,willselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cash,beginningat11:00 A.M.,OsceolaCountyCourthouse2CourthouseSquare, Suite2600/RoomNumber 2602,Kissimmee,FL34741, inaccordancewithChapter 45,FloridaStatutes,onthe 8thdayofMAY,2018,the followingdescribedproperty assetforthinsaidLi sPendens,towit: Lot449,ANTHEMPARKPHASE3B,accordingto thePlatthereofasrecordedinPlatBook20,Pages 90through93,inclusive,of thePublicRecordsof OsceolaCounty,Florida. P ARCEL# R092630-008200014490 Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfunds fromthesale,ifany,other thanthepropertyownerasof thedateofthelispendens mustfileaclaimwithin60 daysafterthesale. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationtopar ticipatein thisproceeding,youareentitled,atnocosttoyou,tothe provisionofcertainassistance.Pleasecontactthe ADACoordinator,CourtAdministration,OsceolaCounty Courthouse,2Courthouse Square,Suite6300,Kissimmee,Florida34741,(407) 742-2417,atleast7daysbeforeyourscheduledcourtappearance,orimmediately uponreceivingthisnotificationifthetimebeforethe scheduledappearanceis lessthanseven(7)days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711. Dated:April16,2018. PhelanHallinanDiamond &Jones,PLLC Attorneysf orPlaintiff 2727WestCypressCreek Road,FortLauderdale,FL 33309 Tel:954-462-7000 Fax:954-462-7001 Servicebyemail: FL.Service@PhelanHallinan. com By: /s/HeatherGriffiths PhelanHallinanDiamond &Jones,PLLC HeatherGriffiths,Esq. FloridaBarNo.0091444 EmilioR.Lenzi,Esq., FloridaBarNo.0668273 PH#87202 April21,28,2018 NOTICEOF SHERIFFSSALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN ThatpursuanttoaWritof Execution(s)issuedonthe 21STdayofFEBRUARY, 2018A.D.issuedinthe COUNTYCourtofSEMINOLECOUNTY,Florida,inthe causewhereinCACHLLCis plaintiffandGRETCHENL BERNHARDTis/aredefendant(s),beingCaseNo.2014SC-001959-19insaidCourt. I,RussellGibson,asSheriff ofOsceolaCounty,Florida, havelevieduponalltheright, titleandinterestofthedefendant(s)GRETCHEN BERNHARD Tinandtothe followingdescribedPERSONALpropertytowit; 2 010WHITEFORDF150 VIN#1FTEW1C87AFB59124 Onthe29thdayofMAY 2018A.D.At(the)JOES AUTOSERVICECENTERin theCityofST.CLOUDFlorida34769,atthehourof 11:00A.M.oclockorassoon thereafteraspossible,IRussellGibson,Sheriffof OsceolaCounty,willofferfor saleallofthesaid defendantsGRETCHENL BERNHARDTright,titleand interestinaforesaidproperty atpublicoutcryandwillsell thesam e,subjecttoall taxes,priorliens,encumbrancesandjudgments,if any,tothehighestandbest bidderorbiddersforCASH INHAND.Notimewillbeallowedforanyonetoleavethe premisestoacquireadditionalfunds.Theproceedstobe appliedasfarasmaybeto thepaymentofcostsandthe satisfactionoftheabove-describedexecution. R ussellGibson SHERIFFOFOSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA BY:______________, LTDANWEIS Inaccordancewiththe AmericanswithDisabilities Act,Personswithdisabilities needingaspecialaccommodationtoparticipateinthis proceedingshouldcontact theOsceolaCountySheriffs Officeat2601EastIrloBronsonMemorialHighway, Kissimmee,Florida,347444455,Telephone(407)3482222,notlaterthanseven dayspriortotheproceeding Ifhearingisimpaired,(TDD) 1-800-955-8771orVoice(V) 1-800-955-6770,viaFlorida RelayService. April28,2018 May5,12,19,2018 LEGAL AD DEADLINES:Thursday News-Gazette Friday at 1:00 PM Saturday News-Gazette Tuesday at 5:00 PM

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Page 22 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A GeneralJurisdictionDivisio n Case#:2017-CA-000039MF NewPennFinancial,LLC d/b/aShellpointMortgage Servicing, Plaintiff, vs. ELSIEJ.CRUZ,etal., Defendants. NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoanOrdergrantingMotiontoResetForeclosureSaledatedMarch26 2018,enteredinCaseNo 2017-CA-000039MFofthe CircuitCourtoftheNinth JudicialCircuit,inandfor OsceolaCounty,Florida whereinNewPennFinancial LLC,d/b/aShellpointMortgageServicing,isth e Plaintiff,andElsieJ.Cruz ; DanielMercedes,Jr.,a/k/a DanielMercedes;Lak e LizzieReserveHomeowners Association,Inc.,arethe Defendants,thatArmandoR Ramirez,OsceolaCounty ClerkofCourtwillselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cashat,Suite2600/Room 2602,2CourthouseSquare Kissimmee,FL34741,beginningat11:00A.M.,onthe 10thdayofMAY,2018,the followingdescribedproperty assetforthinsaidFinal Judgment,towit: LOT31,LAKELIZZIERESERVE,ACCORDINGTO THEMAPORPLA T THEREOFASRECORDED INPLATBOOK14,PAGE 55,PUBLICRECORDSOF OSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711. Datedonthis17thdayof April2018. BROCK&SCOTT,PLLC AttorneyforPlaintiff 1501N.W.49thStreet, Suite200, FortLauderdale,FL33309 Phone:(954)618-6955 ext.4729 Fax:(954)618-6954 FLCourtDocs@brockandscott.com By: /s/JimmyK.Edwards JimmyK.Edwards,Esq. FLBarNo.81855 forKaraFrederickson,E sq. F loridaBarNo.85427 FileNo.16-F07515 April21,28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. PROBATEDIVISIO N FileNo.2018-CP-000184PR Division:_____ INRE:ESTATEOFEVELYN M.BLOWSKY,a/k/a EVELYNMAYBLOWSKY, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateofEvelynM.Blowsky deceased,whosedateof deathwasFebruary7,2018 ispendingintheCircuitCourt forOsceolaCounty,Florida ProbateDivision,thead dressofwhichis2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee FL34741.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonal representativeandthepersonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestate,onwhom acopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeserved,mustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETH E LATEROF3MONTH S AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TI MEPERIODSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeis:April28 2018. SusanM.Buscagli a PersonalRepresentativ e 4125BergamontCourt Kissimmee,FL34746 T.BrentJenkins,Esq. Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative FloridaBarNo.366080 Jenkins&Young 265ClydeMorrisBlvd.,#300 OrmondBeach,FL32174 Telephone:386-672-1332 Email: TBJenkinsPA@aol.com April28,2018 May5,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.: 49-2018-CP-000168PR Division:20B. INRE:ESTATEOF JESSEH.GOSS,JR., Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateof JesseH.Goss,Jr. deceased,whosedateof deathwasMay8,2016,is pendingintheCircuitCourt forOsceolaCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis2CourthouseSquare,#2600, Kissimmee,Florida34741. Thenamesandaddressesof thepersonalrepresentative andthepersonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforth below. Allcredito rsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestateonwhoma copyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeservedmustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETHE LATEROF3MONTHS AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis court WITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeis:April21, 2018. P ersonalRepresentative: JoyceGoss 26744CashCourt Leesburg,Florida34748 Attorneyfor P ersonalRepresentative: JaimeCouncil,Attorney FloridaBarNo.:0015951 LawOfficesof Curtis&Associates,P.A. 701MarketSt.,Unit109 St.Augustine,Florida32095 Telephone:(904)819-6959 Fax:(904)819-6936 E-Mail:jaimecouncil@curtisfirm.com SecondaryE-Mail: fatiahivory@curtisfirm.com April21,28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORID A GeneralJurisdictionDivisio n Case#:2016-CA-000512MF PennyMacLoan Services,LLC, Plaintiff, vs. AnwarKharfanand KianiKharfan,etal., Defendants. NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoanOrdergrantingMotiontoResetForeclosureSaledatedMarch26 2018,enteredinCaseNo 2016-CA-000512MFofthe CircuitCourtoftheNinthJudicialCircuit,inandfo r OsceolaCounty,Florida whereinPennyMacLoa n Services,LLC,isthePlaintiff andAnwarKharfan;Kiani Kharfan;SaratogaPar k HomeownersAssociation Inc.,aretheDefendants,that ArmandoR.Ramirez OsceolaCountyClerkof Courtwillselltothehighest andbestbidderforcashat Suite2600/Room2602,2 CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee,FL34741,beginningat 11:00A.M.,onthe10thday ofMAY,2018,thefollowing describedpropertyasset forthinsaidFinalJudgment towit: LOT37,SARATOGAPARK ACCORDINGTOTHEMAP ORPLATTHEREOF,A S RECORDEDINPLA T BOOK10,PAGE(S)123 THROUGH125,INCLUSIVE,OFTHEPUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOL A COUNTY,FLORIDA. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistance.PleasecontacttheADACoordinator CourtAdministration OsceolaCountyCourthouse 2CourthouseSquare,Suite 6300,Kissimmee,Florida 34741,(407)742-2417,at least7daysbeforeyour scheduledcourtappearance orimmediatelyuponreceivingthisnotificationifthetime beforethescheduledappearanceislessthan7days;if youarehearingorvoiceimpaired,call711. Datedonthis17thdayof April2018. BROCK&SCOTT,PLLC AttorneyforPlaintiff 1501N.W.49thStreet, Suite200, FortLauderdale,FL33309 Phone:(954)618-6955 ext.4729 Fax:(954)618-6954 FLCourtDocs@brockandscott.com By: /s/KaraFrederickson KaraFrederickson,Esq. FloridaBarNo.85427 FileNo.15-F0 7250 A pril21,28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT, INANDFOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. PROBATEDIVISIO N FileNo.:2018-CP-000208 Division:Probate. INRE:ESTATEOF: DANNYEDGARHAYNES, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS (SummaryAdministration) TOALLPERSONSHAVING CLAIMSORDEMAND S AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE: Youareherebynotifiedthat anOrderofSummaryAdministrationhasbeenenteredin theestateofDANNYEDGAR HAYNES,deceased,File Number:2018-CP-000208 bytheCircuitCourtfo r OsceolaCounty.Florida ProbateDivision,thead dressofwhichis:2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee Florida34741;thatthedecedent'sdateofdeathwas December17,2017,thatthe totalvalueoftheestateis $3295.00,andthatthe namesandaddresseso f thosetowhomithasbeen assignedbysuchorderare : Name: DannyEdgarHaynesJr. Address: 1025DakotaAve., St.Cloud,FL34769 ALLINTERESTEDPER SONSARENOTIFIED THAT: Allcreditorsoftheestateof thedecedentand.persons havingclaimsordemands againsttheestateofmedecedentotherthanthosefor whomprovisionforfullpaymentwasmadeintheOrder ofSummaryAdministration mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHINTHETIME PERIODSSETFORTHIN SECTION733.702.AL L CLAIMSANDDEMANDS NOTSOFILEDWILLBE FOREVERBARRED.NOTWITHSTANDINGANYOTHERAPPLICABLETIME PERIOD,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENTS DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisNoticeis:April21 2018. PersonGivingNotice : /s/DannyEdgarHaynes,Jr. DannyEdgarHaynes,Jr. 1025DakotaAve St.Cloud,Florida34769 Attorneyfor PersonGivingNotice: /s/KathyD.Sheive KathyD.Sheive,Esquire FloridaBarNo.:0752509 318N.JohnYoungParkway Suite1,Kissimmee,FL34741 Telephone:(407)944-4010 Fax:(407)944-4011 E-Mail:kdsheive@gmail.com SecondaryE-Mail: kathysheive@gmail.com April21,28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA GeneralJurisdictionDivision Case#:2016-CA-02470MF PENNYMACLOAN SERVICES,LLC, Plaintiff, vs. TIANN.LARODE, RAHIMHENDERSON, ET.AL, Defendants. NOTICEOFSALE NOTICEISGIVENthat,in accordancewiththeFinal JudgmentofForeclosure datedMarch28,2018,inthe above-styledcause,the ClerkofCourt,Armando Ramirezwillselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cashatSuite2600 /Room# 2602,oftheOsceolaCourthouse,2courthouseSquare, Kissimmee,FL34741,on MAY15,2018,at11:00a.m. thefollowingdescribedproperty: LOT264,SHINGLECREEK RESERVEATTHEOAKS PHASEIIIANDIV,ACCORDINGTOTHEPLAT THEREOF,ASRECORDED INPLATBOOK20,PAGES 108-110,INCLUSIVE,PUBLICRECORDSOFOSCEOLACOUNTY,FLORIDA. P ropertyAddress: 2960BOATINGBLVD., KISSIMMEE,FL34746 ANYPERSONCLAIMING ANINTERESTINTHESURPLUSFROMTHESALE,IF ANY,OTHER THANTHE PROPERTYOWNERASOF THEDATEOFTHELIS PENDENSMUSTFILEA CLAIMWITHIN60DAYS AFTERTHESALE. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinacourtproceeding orevent,youareentitled,at nocosttoyou,totheprovisionofcertainassistance. Pleasecontact:ADACoordinator,CourtAdministration,OsceolaCountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare, Suite6300,Kissimmee,FL 34741,(407)742-2417,Fax #:407-8355079atleast7 daysbeforeyourscheduled courtappearance,orimmediatelyuponreceivingnotificationifthetimebeforethe scheduledcourtappearance islessthan7days.Ifyouare hearingorvoiceimpaired, call711toreachtheTelecommunicationsRelayService. WITNESSmyhandonApril 25,2018. B y: /s/MatthewM.Slowik MATTHEWM.SLOWIK, Esq.,FBN#:92553 AttorneysforPlaintiff MarinosciLawGroup,P.C. 100WestCypress CreekRoad,Suite1045 FortLauderdale ,FL33309 Phone:(954)-644-8704; Fax(954)772-9601 ServiceFL@mlgdefaultlaw.com ServiceFL2@mlgdefaultlaw.com File#:16-10322-FC April28,2018 May5,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT, INANDFOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.:2018-CP-000274PR Division:Probate. INRE:ESTATEOF KATHLEENF.PAULSON, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe EstateofKATHLEENF. PAULSON,deceased,whose dateofdeathwasMay25, 2017,ispendingintheCircuitCourtforOsceola County,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis: 2CourthouseSquare, Kissimmee,Florida34741. Thenamesandaddressesof thePersonalRepresentative andthePersonalRepresentativesattorneyaresetforth below. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestate,onwhom acopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeserved,mustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt WITHINTHELATEROF THREE(3)MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOF ACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedec edentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestate, mustfiletheirclaimswiththis CourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTSO FILEDWITHINTHETIME PERIODSETFORTHIN SECTION733.702OFTHE FLORIDAPROBATECODE WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. ThedateoffirstPublication ofth isnoticeis:April28, 2018. P ersonalRepresentative: /s/RichardW.PaulsonJr. RichardW.Pailson,Jr. P.O.Box143 Orford,NewHampshire 03777 Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative: /s/LeeH.Massey LEEH.MASSEY Attorneyfor RichardW.Paulson,Jr. FloridaBarNo.36207 LEWISandMASSEY,P.A. 1021MassachusettsAvenue St.Cloud,Florida34769 Telephone:(407)892-5138 Fax#:(407)892-1534 E-Mail:lmassey@lewismasseylaw.com April28,2018 May5,2018 INTHECOUNTYCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUIT,INAND FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA Case#:2016-CC-380CF BATTAGLIAHOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC., Plaintiff, vs. HERIBERTOMARRERO, etal., Defendant. NOTICEOFSALE PursuanttoCHAPTER45 NoticeisgiventhatpursuanttotheAmendedFinal JudgmentofForeclosure datedApril11,2018,inCase No.2016-CC-380CF,ofthe CountyCourtinandfor OsceolaCounty,Florida, whereinBATTAGLIA HOMEOWNERSASSOCIATION,INC.,i sthePlaintiff, andHERIBERTOMARRERO,istheDefendant.The ClerkofCourtwillselltothe highestandbestbidderfor cashatSuite2600/Room 2602,oftheOsceolaCounty Courthouse,2Courthouse Square,at11:00a.m.,on JUNE5,2018,thefollowing describedpropertysetforth intheOrderofFinalJudgment: Lot5,BATTAGLIA,accordingtothemaporplat thereof,recordedinPlat Book18,Page116,ofthe PublicRecordsofOsceola County,Florida: W ithanaddressof: 4995 AlitaTerrace, St.CloudFL,34769. AnyPersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendensmustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. IFYOUAREAPERSON WITHADISABILITYWHO NEEDSANYACCOMMODATIONINORDERTOPARTICIPATEINTHISPROCEEDING,YOUAREENTITLED, ATNOCOSTTOYOU,TO THEPROVISIONOFCERTAINASSISTANCE. PLEASECONTACTTHE ADACOORDINATOR, COURTADMINISTRATION, OSCEOLACOUNTY COURTHOUSE,2COURTHOUSESQUARE,SUITE 6300,KISSIMMEE,FL 34741,(407)742-2417AT LEASTSEVENDAYSBEFOREYOURSCHEDULED COURTAPPEARANCE,OR IMMEDIATELYUPONRECEIVINGTHISNOTIFICATIONIFTHETIMEBFORE THESCHEDULEDAPPEARANCEISLESSTHANSEVENDAYS;IFYOUARE HEARINGORVOICEIMPAIRED,CALL711. D ATED:April17,2018. By: /s/CarlosR.Arias CarlosR.Arias,Esquire FloridaBarNo.:820911 ARIASBOSINGER,PLLC 140NorthWestmonteDrive Suite203 Altamont eSprings,FL32714 (407)636-2549 70823965 April21,28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT, INANDFOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA. PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.:2018-CP-000272PR Division:Probate. INRE:ESTATEOF MARYL.JUNG, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe EstateofMARYL.JUNG, deceased,whosedateof deathwasFebruary19, 2018,ispendingintheCircuitCourtforOsceola County,Florida,ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis: 2CourthouseSquare, Kissimmee,Florida34741. Thenamesandaddressesof theCo-Per sonalRepresentativeandtheCo-Personal Representativesattorneyare setforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedentsestate,onwhom acopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeserved,mustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt WITHINTHELATEROF THREE(3)MONTHSAFTER THETIMEOFTHEFIRST PUBLICATIONOFTHISNOTICEOR30DAYSAFTER THEDATEOFSERVICEOF ACOPYOFTHISNOTICE ONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecede ntandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedentsestate, mustfiletheirclaimswiththis CourtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTSO FILEDWITHINTHETIME PERIODSETFORTHIN SECTION733.702OFTHE FLORIDAPROBATECODE WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. ThedateoffirstPublication ofthisn oticeis:April28, 2018. C o-Personal Representatives: /s/NormaL.Sutton NormaL.Sutton 142ZacaloWay Kissimmee,Florida34743 /s/LoriA.Hoang LoriA.Hoang 436S.GatewayInternational Ridgecrest,California93555 AttorneyforCoPersonalRepresentatives: /s/LeeH.Massey LEEH.MASSEY FloridaBarNo.36207 LEWISandMASSEY,P.A. 1021MassachusettsAvenue St.Cloud,Florida34769 Telephone:(407)892-5138 Fax#:(407)892-1534 E-Mail:lmassey@lewismasseyl aw.com A pril28,2018 May5,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION FileNo.2018-CP-000164PR Division:Probate MERRILLC.VANN, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe estateofMERRILLC.VANN, deceased,whosedateof deathwasMarch14,2017,is pendingintheCircuitCourt forOsceolaCounty,Florida, ProbateDivision,theaddressofwhichis2CourthouseSquare,Kissimmee, FL34741.Thenamesand addressesofthepersonal representativeandtheper sonalrepresentative'sattorneyaresetforthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestate,onwhom acopyofthisnoticeisrequiredtobeserved,mustfile theirclaimswiththiscourt ONORBEFORETHE LATEROF3MONTHS AFTERTHETIMEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM. Allothercreditorsofthedecedentandotherpersons havingclaimsorde mands againstdecedent'sestate mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE. ALLCLAIMSNOTFILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSETFORTHINFLORIDASTATUTESSECTION 733.702WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisnoticeis:April21, 2018. Signedonthis16thdayo f April,2018. / s/ThomasC.VannII THOMASC.VANN,II PersonalRepresentative 785WoodsideRd. Maitland,FL32751 /s/MichaelA.Nardella MichaelA.Nardella FloridaBarNo.51265 Nardella&Nardella,PLLC AnthonyM.NardellaJr.,Esq. FloridaBarNo.:341274 250E.ColonialDrive, Suite102 Orlando,FL32801 Telephone:(407)966-2680 Fax:(407)966-2681 Email:mnardella@nardellalaw.com Email:anardella@nardellalaw.com SecondaryEmail: msayne@nardellalaw.co m A ttorneysfor PersonalRepresentative April21,28,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT FOROSCEOLA COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATEDIVISION File#:2018-CP-84 INRE:ESTATEOF EFTICHIAKRASA, Deceased. NOTICETOCREDITORS Theadministrationofthe EstateofEftichiaKrasa, deceased,whosedateof deathwasDecember18, 2017,ispendingintheCircuitCourtforOsceola County,theaddressofwhich is2CourthouseSquare, Kissimmee,Florida34741. Thelastknowaddressofthe decedentEftichiaKrasawas 2909SummerWindsCircle, St.CloudFL3476 9-6341. Thenameandaddressofthe personalrepresentativeisset forthbelow. Allcreditorsofthedecedent andotherpersonshaving claimsordemandsagainst decedent'sestate,onwhom acopyofthisnoticeisserved mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtONORBEFORETHE LATEROF3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICEOR30DAYS AFTERTHETIMEOFSERVICEOFACOPYOFTHIS NOTICEONTHEM.ALL CLAIMSNOTSOFILED WILLBEFOREVER BARRED. Allothercreditorso fthedecedentandotherpersons havingclaimsordemands againstdecedent'sestate,includingunmatured,contingentorunliquidatedclaims, mustfiletheirclaimswiththis courtWITHIN3MONTHS AFTERTHEDATEOFTHE FIRSTPUBLICATIONOF THISNOTICE.ALLCLAIMS NOTFILEDWITHINTHE TIMEPERIODSSETFORTH INFLORIDASTATUTESECTION733.702WILLBE FOREVERBARRED. NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIMEPERIODSETFORTH ABOVE,ANYCLAIMFILED TWO(2)YEARSORMORE AFTERTHEDECEDENT 'S DATEOFDEATHIS BARRED. Thedateoffirstpublication ofthisNoticeis:April28, 2018. Signedthis24thdayofApril, 2018. P ersonalRepresentative: /s/SharonKilcourse, SharonKilcourse, c/oBeecherA.Larson 1201RidgeRoad Longwood,FL32771 /s/BeecherA.Larson BeecherA.Larson, Attorneyfor PersonalRepresentative FloridaBarNo.52825, 1201RidgeRoad Longwood,FL32771 Telephone:321-206-3270; Fax407-209-0097; e-mail: beechlaw@earthlink.net. April2 8,2018 May5,2018 INTHECIRCUITCOURT OFTHENINTHJUDICIAL CIRCUITOFFLORIDA, INANDFOR OSCEOLACOUNTY GeneralJurisdictionDivision CaseNo.:2017-CA-002213 NATIONSTAR MORTGAGELLC, Plaintiff, vs. REBECATAPIA,ET.AL., Defendants. NOTICEOF FORECLOSURESALE NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuanttoaSummaryFinal JudgmentofForeclosure enteredMarch16,2018in CivilCaseNo.2017-CA002213oftheCircuitCourtof theNINTHJudicialCircuitin andforOsceolaCounty, Kissimmee,Florid a,wherein NATIONSTARMORTGAGE LLCisPlaintiffandREBECA TAPIA,ET.AL.,areDefendants,theClerkofCourtARMANDORAMIREZ,willsell tothehighestandbestbidderforcashatOsceola CountyCourthouse,2CourthouseSquare,Suite2600/ Room2602,Kissimmee,FL. 34741inaccordancewith Chapter45,FloridaStatutes onthe14thdayofJUNE, 2018at11:00A.M.,onthe followingdescribedproperty assetforthinsaidSummary FinalJudgment,to-wit: Lot501,IndianWell sUnit Five,asperplatthereofrecordedinPlatBook5, Page97,ofthePublicRecordsofOsceolaCounty, Florida. Anypersonclaiminganinterestinthesurplusfromthe sale,ifany,otherthanthe propertyownerasofthedate ofthelispendens,mustfilea claimwithin60daysafterthe sale. Ifyouareapersonwitha disabilitywhoneedsanyaccommodationinordertoparticipateinthisproceeding, youareentitled,atnocostto you,totheprovisionofcertainassistan ce.PleasecontactCourtAdministrationat TwoCourthouseSquare, Suite6300,Kissimmee,Florida34741,Telephone:(407) 742-2417withintwo(2)workingdaysofyourreceiptof this(describenotice);Ifyou arehearingorvoiceimpaired,call1-800-955-8771. DATEDonthis18thdayof April2018. B y: /s/LisaWoodburn LISAWOODBURN,Esq. McCallaRaymer LeibertPierce,LLC AttorneyforPlaintiff 110S.E.6thStreet, Suite2400, FortLauderdale,FL33301 Phone:(407 )674-1850 Fax:(321)248-0420 Email: MRService@mccallarayrner. com FlaBarNo.:11003 17-01307-3 April21,28,2018 NOTICEOFMEETING MAGICRESERVECOMMUNITYDEVELOPMENTDISTRICT AmeetingoftheBoardofSupervisorsoftheMagicReserve CommunityDevelopmentDistrictwillbeheldMonday,May7 2018,at10:00a.m.TheHistoricCourthouse,3Courthouse Square,3rdFloorConferenceRoom#315,Kissimmee,FL 34741.ThemeetingisopentothepublicandwillbeconductedinaccordancewiththepertinentprovisionsofFloridaLaw forCommunityDevelopmentDistricts.Themeetingmaybe continuedtoadate,time,andplacetobespecifiedontherecordatthemeeting.Acopyoftheagendaforthemeetingmay beobtainedfromFishkind&Associates,12051Corporate Blvd.,O rlando,Florida32817. TheremaybeoccasionswhenoneormoreSupervisorswill participatebytelephone.Attheabovelocationtherewillbe presentaspeakertelephonesothatanyinterestedpersoncan attendthemeetingattheabovelocationandbefullyinformed ofthediscussionstakingplaceeitherinpersonorbytelephonecommunication. Anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsatthismeeting becauseofadisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontact the DistrictOfficeat(407)382-3256atleast3calendardays priortothemeeting.Ifyouarehearingorspeechimpaired pleasecontacttheFloridaRelayServiceat1-800-955-8770for aidincontactingtheDistrictOffice. Eachpersonwhodecidestoappealanydecisionmadebythe Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatthemeetingis advisedthatpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsand thataccordingly,thepersonmayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade,includingthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuchappealistobebased. CarolL.Harris Ass t.DistrictManager April28,2018 NOTICEOFMEETING MAGICPLACECOMMUNITYDEVELOPMENTDISTRICT AmeetingoftheBoardofSupervisorsoftheMagicPlaceCommunityDevelopmentDistrictwillbeheldMonday,May7,2018 at10:00a.m.TheHistoricCourthouse,3CourthouseSquare 3rdFloorConferenceRoom#315,Kissimmee,FL34741.The meetingisopentothepublicandwillbeconductedinaccordancewiththepertinentprovisionsofFloridaLawforCommunityDevelopmentDistricts.Themeetingmaybecontinued toadate,time,andplacetobespecifiedontherecordatthe meeting.Acopyoftheagendaforthemeetingmaybe obtainedfromFishkind&Associates,12051CorporateBlvd. Orlando,Florida32817. TheremaybeoccasionswhenoneormoreSupervisorswill participatebytelephone.Attheabovelocationtherewillbe presentaspeakertelephonesothatanyinterestedpersoncan attendthemeetingattheabovelocationandbefullyinformed ofthediscussionstakingplaceeitherinpersonorbytelephonecommunication. Anypersonrequiringspecialaccommodationsatthismeeting becauseofadisabilityorphysicalimpairmentshouldcontact th eDistrictOfficeat(407)382-3256atleast3calendardays priortothemeeting.Ifyouarehearingorspeechimpaired pleasecontacttheFloridaRelayServiceat1-800-955-8770for aidincontactingtheDistrictOffice. Eachpersonwhodecidestoappealanydecisionmadebythe Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatthemeetingis advisedthatpersonwillneedarecordoftheproceedingsand thataccordingly,thepersonmayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordoftheproceedingsismade,includingthetestimonyandevidenceuponwhichsuchappealistobebased. CarolL.Harris Ass istantDistrictManager April28,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING PLANNINGADVISORYBOARD TheCityofKissimmeePlanningAdvisoryBoardwillholda PublicHearingon Wednesday,May16,2018,at6:00p.m. in theCommissionChambersofCityHall,101ChurchStreet Kissimmee,Florida34741toreviewabufferwaiverrequest fromSection 14-2-94(B)(1)(a )forthefollowingproperty: Thesubjectpropertyislocatedat 1557MillSloughRd. ParcelID:14-25-29-00U0-0170-0000 Allinterestedpartiesmayappearandbeheardontheabove date.Writtenopinionwillbereceiveduntil5:00p.m., Wednesday,May16,2018. Anyquestionsmaybedirectedtothe DevelopmentServicesDepartmentat(407)518-2140. Reference#DRC#18-00043PLANNI NGADVISORYBOARD FirstPentecostalChurchofKissimmeeKISSIMMEE,FLORIDA InaccordancewithFloridaStatutes286.26,personsneeding assistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshould contacttheOfficeoftheCityClerk847-2821#2309priortothe meeting.(FS286.26) InaccordancewithFloridaStatutes286.0105:anyperson wishingtoappealanydecisionmadebythePlanningAdvisory Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuchmeetingor hearingwillneedarecordoftheproceedings,andforsuch purposesmayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordofthe proceedingismade,whichrecordincludesthetestimonyand evidenceuponwhichtheappealismade. April28,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING PLANNINGADVISORYBOARD TheCityofKissimmeePlanningAdvisoryBoardwillholda PublicHearingon Wednesday,May16,2018at6:00p.m. in theCityCommissionChambersofCityHall,101ChurchStreet Kissimmee,Florida34741tohearaconditionaluserequestto establishanoutdoorstorage. Thesubjectpropertyislocatedat590N.HoaglandBlvd. ParcelID:19-25-29-00U0-0170-0000 Allinterestedpartiesmayappearandbeheardontheabove date.Writtenopinionwillbereceiveduntil5:00p.m.Wednesday, May16,2018 .Anyquestionsmaybedirectedtothe DevelopmentServicesDepartmentat(407)518-2146. Reference#DRC18-00056PLANNINGADVISORYBOARD AAAToilet s K ISSIMMEE,FLORIDA InaccordancewithFloridaStatutes286.26,personsneeding assistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshould contacttheOfficeoftheCityClerk847-2821#2309priortothe meeting.(FS286.26) InaccordancewithFloridaStatutes286.0105:anyperson wishingtoappealanydecisionmadebythePlanningAdvisory Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuchmeetingor hearingwillneedarecordoftheproceedings,andforsuch purposesmayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordofthe proceedingismade,whichrecordincludesthetestimonyand evidenceuponwhichtheappealismade. April28,2018 NOTICEOFPUBLICHEARING PLANNINGADVISORYBOARD TheCityofKissimmeePlanningAdvisoryBoardwillholda PublicHearingon Wednesday,May16,2018at6:00p.m .in theCommissionChambersofCityHall,101ChurchStreet, Kissimmee,Florida34741toreviewabufferwaiverrequest fromSection 14-2-94(B)(1)(a) forthefollowingproperty: Thesubjectpropertyislocatedat ParcelID:05-25-29-00U0-0028-0000 Allinterestedpartiesmayappearandbeheardontheabove date.Writtenopinionwillbe receiveduntil5:00p.m., Wednesday,May16,2018 anyquestionsmaybedirectedtothe DevelopmentServicesDepartmentat(407)518-2140. R eference#DRC#18-00044PLANNINGADVISORYBOARD LoopMedical&ProfessionalPark KISSIMMEE,FLORIDA InaccordancewithFloridaStatutes286.26,personsneeding assistancetoparticipateinanyoftheseproceedingsshould contacttheOfficeoftheCityClerk847-2821#2309priortothe meeting.(FS286.26) InaccordancewithFloridaStatutes286.0105:anyperson wishingtoappealanydecisionmadebythePlanningAdvisory Boardwithrespecttoanymatterconsideredatsuchmeetingor hearingwillneedarecordoftheproceedings,andforsuch purposesmayneedtoensurethataverbatimrecordofthe proceedingismade,whichrecordincludesthetestimonyand evidenceuponwhichtheappealismade. April28,2018

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Page 24 OSCEOLA NEWS-GAZETTE Saturday, April 28, 2018 The Caribbean and Floridian Association Inc., hosted its annual Caribbean Fusion festival on Sunday at Kissimmees Lakefront Park. The free event showcased the best of Caribbean culture with its food, arts and live music. Top row: New Generation Branches Steel Orchestra from Orlando played music through the day and got crowds dancing. Scott Clinton with Orlandos Taste of Caribbean Culture, cooks up some red snapper. Second row: Miranda Papius, Yvette Cotto and Neil Shillingford came down from Orlando for the fifth time in a row to enjoy the festival. A woman shows her pride in her island home. Four-year-old Kenya Latham shows her little brother, Kyro, how to Hoola Hoop. Third row: Vendor Roswell Deteiza sorts through his collection of Caribbean flags for a customer. Urla King sports a colorful feathered headdress as her friend, Guenet Roberts, give a smile of approval. Right: Mary Chinsee and Tracy Maragh danced to Orlando D.J. Code Reds tunes and was joined by a friend as they waited for Raggae band I-Land Rebels to start their set.News-Gazette Photos by Martin Maddock CARIBBEAN FUSION FESTIVAL