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Man facing child
porn charges
MINNEOLA -. A 38-year-
old man was arrested
Tuesday'on 50 counts of
possession of child pornog-
raphy.
Officials with the Lake
County Sheriffs Office
arrested Jason Mark Hussey
during a raid on his home
ir which the suspect
allegedly had over 50
images of young males
under the age of 18 years
old engaged in various sexu-
al acts and poses, according
to an arrest affidavit.
Hussey is being held in
the Lake County jail in lieu
of $250,000 bail.

Health A7
Post-abortion healing
Bible study "SaveOne" deals
with issues of guilt and
hame that many people
experience after abortion.
The study will be a guide
into the amazing forgive-
nress and love of God where
there is peace and restora-
tion. The leaders of the
study are post-abortive and
all information shared in
the group study is kept con-
fidential. This is a safe place
to come for healing and
support. Classes meet week-
ly from 6:30 8 p.m. at Real
Life Christian Church for 12
weeks. Pre-registration is
.required.
Religion A5
Hallelujah Acres
monthly support group
meets at 10:30 a.m. on the
first Monday of each
month. Hallelujah Acres is a
faith based ministry teach-
ing the principles of healthy
eating and wholesome
lifestyle from a biblical per-
spective. For more informa-
tion or to make lunch reser-
vations, call 394-7702.


Cub Scouts


take scrub


jays under


their wings

ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT With shovels in hand,
local Cub Scout Wolf Pack 268 arrived
at the Florida Scrub Jay Trail ready to
work.
The second-grade boys were greeted
by owners Bruce and Cathy Brown
along with three of the blue feathered
friends that seemed to sense that the
boys were there to plant trees just for
them.
The outing was to raise the boys'
awareness of nature and will earn them
part of their conservation award.
"Activities like this help instill the
concepts and values we're trying to
teach the boys," pack leader Bert
Merring said. "It reminds them that
we're all part of this world together and
that it's part of their responsibility to
pass all they can to those after them."
The Scrub Jay Trail is a not-for-profit,
educational venue designed to provide
a natural habitat for many species of
plants and animals, including the Scrub
Jay, Florida's only endemic species.
The trail has been around since 2001
but was officially launched in 2003
with a grant from the National Wildlife
Federation's Keep the Wild Alive,
Species Recovery Fund.
Over the years, the Browns have
maintained the 15 acres the trail runs
through, clearing it of exotic and inva-
sive plant materials and replanting it
with scrub oaks, shrubs and groundcov-
ers that attract scrub jays or that are
listed as endangered species themselves.
Eventually, the trail will connect with
other state trails.
The Browns do not do it alone
though, and encourage any help they
can get from individuals or communi-
y-oriented groups.
They have worked with Boy Scouts,
dub Scouts, Girl Scouts and Brownies,
in addition to many church groups and
garden clubs in the area. Cathy Brown
said they also welcome individuals who
wish to plant a memorial tree for some-
one or some cause.
"If there's anyone who wants to
come out and plant a tree, we'll be glad
to provide one, along with a shovel,
gloves and instructions," Bruce Brown
said.
Cathy Brown said they have groups
that come out about once a week.
On Sunday, the Cub Scouts were
given a tour of the grounds, then led to
the area where their potted scrub oaks
stood, waiting to be transplanted.
Following the Browns' instructions,
the 40 trees were planted in just under
two hours by the seven scouts, their
leaders, siblings, family and friends.
Co-leader Tim Kohler said the troop
has planted trees for the trail in the
past, adding that it's a good way to
teach., the kids about the environment,
the importance of wildlife and nature.


Travis
Palowski, a
member of
Local Cub
Scout Wolf
Pack 268,
helped plant
a tree at the
Florida Scrutl
Jay Trail on
Sunday.
ROXANNE
BROWN
DAILY
COMMERCIAL


Lake completes development plan


BENJAMIN ROODE
Staff Writer
A light golf clap signaled the end of four years of
work for Lake County's Local Planning. Agency
Friday morning. '
The group submitted the last recommendation for
the county's 2030 Comprehensive Plan, the coun-
ty's roadmap for development in Lake's unincorpo-
rated areas for the next 21 years.
The Future Land Use Element and Map ties
together the six other parts of the plan trans-
portation, conservation, recreation, public facilities,
economic and public education facilities and
shows where different types of development should
occur in Lake during the coming decades..
Lake County commissioners must now review the
See PLAN, A2


Population estimates will be medium-low


Lake County's proposed 2030
Comprehensive Plan will use
population numbers from the
University of Florida's Bureau of
Economic and BLsiness Research
that average the low and medi-
um projections for the cOun .
Commissioners voted fast June to
use the university's low number,
saying slowing growth showed
the county should plan for fewer
people than the medium-to-high
numbers the previous compre-
hensive plan used
But state officials with the
Department of community
Affairs said the low numbers
were too low, said Amye King.


senior director of the county's
Department of Growth
Management.
Some community members
questioned the county's wish for
low population numbers. They
cited conflicting population
estimates from the U S. Census
Bureau and UF: The low univerSi-
ty number for 2010 was lower
than the Census Bureau's popu-
lation estimate for 2007.
That discrepancy, they argued,
snowed the university numbers
weree suspect.
The new number for 2010 is Still
lower than the 2007 U.S. Census
number.


City learning 'equal representation


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
GROVELAND The voters have
spoken, and now it's up to City
Councilors to figure out how to
implement political districts in
Groveland.
An ordinance passed by voters in
November became effective Jan. 10,
but still needs "adopting."
What's causing a stir is the dis-
tricting map and how the council
seats should be assigned to it a
detail that wasn't outlined on the
voting initiative.
"We need to find a way to do this
because we're not talking about just
this upcoming election or the fol-
lowing one, but about the way the
city is going to be governed from
now on," Mayor Richard Smith
said. "And no matter how we look
at it, someone is going to be affect-
ed."
With districting, the city will be.
mapped out in four sections. The


"The districting ordinance was put to the voters as
equal representation for everyone in their town, not
depending on where a council man sits."
Councilman Allen Sherrod


idea is that interested candidates
run within a specific district and are
elected on a one-council member-
per-voting-district basis.
The mayoral seat will still be an
"at large" position and if no one
from a specific district runs, then
anyone in the city may seek that
seat.
A map on display at the work-
shop outlined four voting districts
designated "A," "B," "C" and "D."
The map was also the one voters
saw at the booth in November.
Council members must assign
numbers to replace the letters on
the map in the most fair way and


legally.
Discussions at last week's workshop
and Monday's meeting did not "un-
complicate" the matter, officials
said.
Every scenario appeared to pose
additional problems for council
members..
Another problem involves board
members becoming unqualified to
retain their seats or unable to run
for re-election in their current dis-
tricts.
"The districting ordinance was
put to the voters as equal represen-
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Death Notices

Hilda Asaro
Hilda Asaro, 94, of
Clermont died Friday, Jan.
30, 2009. Brewer and Sons
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Richard C. Freemal
Richard Charles Freemal,
71, jf Clermont died
Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009.
Brewer and Sons Funeral
Home, Clermont.
Phillip Malone Gray
Phillip Malone Gray, 60,
of Clermont died Saturday,
Jan. 31, 2009. Becker
Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Marissa Milian
Marissa Milian, 40, of
Clermont died Monday,
Feb. 2, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Richard L. Rehn
Richard L. Rehn, 60, of
Clermont died Friday, Jan,
30, 2009. National
Cremation Society,
Fruitland .Park.
Aroon Subnaik
Aroon Subnaik, 23, of
Minneola died Tuesday,
Jan. 27,. 2009. Michael A.
Floyd Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Homer Verl Walker
Homer Verl Walker, 92,
of Holly Hill died
Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009.
Brewer and Sons Funeral-
Home, Clermont.
Clayton L. Wright
Clayton L. Wright, 82, of
Apopka died Saturday, Jan.
31, 2009. Brewer and Sons
Funeral Home, Groveland.


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT -
Smilee Cox has had
her 15 minutes of
fame. But it seems
to keep going on
and on.
The record-setting text-
messaging East Ridge fresh-
man has been in high
demand since her 35,463
text messages in one month
was declared a record.
She appeared on ABC's
Good Morning America.
Emilee appeared on CBS'
Inside Edition two weeks
ago. And she has taped a
Public < Service
Announcement for Sprint,
her family's cellphone serv-
ice provider.
Emilee, 14, still can't
believe that her testing has
attracted so much atten-
tion.
Her dad, Brad Cox, relates
how it all began. "I saw a
story online about a girl in
California who texted
about 15,000 messages one
month and thought it was
kind of weird they were
making such a big deal
about it because I knew my
daughter did more than
that."
Cox said he then began
looking back at past bills
and though he kind, of
knew Emilee's numbers
were high, was surprised
when he realized "how
high."
"When we saw it was in
the 20,000s and 30,000s, I
was like, 'Come on Emilee,
get a life."'
Brad contacted a local
media outlet thinking
someone might be interest-
ed in doing a human inter-
est piece since it was a
rather funny revelation,


Emilee Cox to appear on 'Good Morning America'


but never dreamed things
would go as far as they


texting total, the word
"amazing," came to mind,


"When we saw it was

in the 20,000s and

30,000s, I was like,

'Come on Emilee, get a

life.'"

Brad Cox

Girl's father


have.
So how did Emilee rack
up 30,000-plus text mes-
sages in a month?
"I text my boyfriend, my
friends from school, the
girls on my cheer squad
and my family. But that's
just normal everyday,"
Emilee said. "The first thing
I do when I wake up is
check my phone. When I
texted over 35,000 it was
summer; usually it's only in
the 20,000s or something."
Emilee claims she does
not like talking on the
phone because she has to
hold the receiver to her ear
and can't talk to more than
one person at a time. She
can converse, via text, with
about eight or nine people
at once.
Kristen Wallace, a
spokesperson from Sprint-
the Cox's provider-said
when she heard of Emilee's


considering the customer
average is 268 messages per
month.
Wallace verified that in
June 2008, the total num-
ber of both outgoing and
incoming text messages
from Emilee's phone was
indeed 35,463. When bro-
ken down, that's 1,182 mes-
sages per day and if work-
ing in about eight hours
sleep, is still about 74 mes-
sages an hour.
"We did a little research
to see exactly how unique
this was arid found that
fewer than one percent of
our customers text more
than 25,000 messages per
month," Wallace said. "It's
a good thing the Coxes
have unlimited texting."
Emilee's story received
worldwide attention, but
now, has also opened the
doors to an opportunity to


help other teens.
In fact, Brad and Emilfe
jumped at the opportunity
Wallace presented then
with when she asked 4if
Emilee would tape a Pubic
Service Announcemeht
with dosomething.org, an
organization Sprint sup-
ports.
Wallace said the organi-
zation targets teens and
hooks them up via text
messages with volunteer
opportunities in their area.
If interested, teens can
text the name "Emilee" to
30644 and receive a text
with the information.
On Monday, Emilee was
in New York taping the spot
to be aired on Good
Morning America and also
taped a video for dosome-
thing.org that will be fea-
tured on the foundation's
Web site soon.
Back at home Wednesday,
Brad Cox said he will con-
tinue allowing Emilee the
freedom to text, as long as
her grades stay up and she
stays out of trouble.
Brad said he'd rather
Emilee text than chat
online because it still
allows her to be with the
family and do what she
needs to do instead of
being stuck on the comput-
er.
Emilee said all the atten-
tion her texting garnered
really came as a surprise
and has been fun. But the
best thing, she said, is the
opportunity to reach out to
other teens that came out
of it.
"I hope I'll be able to
make a difference somehow
through all of this," Emilee
said.


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could take more than a
year.
For the LPA, Friday
marked a climax in plan-
ning for a growing county
that hopefully can retain
its rural character in the
coming years, said Nadine
Foley, the board's chair-
woman.
"What all of Central
Florida says they want to
d with the Comprehensive
Plan, Foley said.
On the map, a large por-
tion of unincorporated
Lake County land is desig-
nated either "rural" or
"conservation" land.
Rural areas would gen-
erally allow limited devel-


opment, except for along
specific roadways and at
special intersections. A
general rate of one home
per five acres is in place.
-Conservation land is
located mainly in the
north, east and southwest
parts of Lake, covering the
Ocala National Forest,
Wekiva River Basin and
Green Swamp areas. Small
amounts of development
can occur here.
Areas abutting cities
generally allow for more
commercial and residential
development than conser-
vation and rural areas.
Special areas for com-
mercial and industrial
development are included


along major corridors and
near cities.
Developers can apply for
amendments allowing
them to put development
in places originally not
planned for such growth.
LPA members Friday added
a provision requiring a
supermajority of at least
four "yes" votes by county
commissioners to approve
any comprehensive plan
amendment.
It's taken more than four
years for the LPA to finish
its recommendations on
the seven elements of the
plan. The state's
Department of Community
Affairs, which approves
final comprehensive plans,
eventually prohibited the
county from approving any


amendments or changes to
its current plan because of
the delay. The current plan
was adopted in 1993 and
expired in 2005.
The comprehensive ball
is now in the Lake County
Commission's court. That
body is planning at least
three public hearings
across the county to get
public input on the propos-
al.
Once the commissioners
are satisfied, they will send
the plan to Tallahassee and
await and changes arid
eventual approval. That
approval could come by
the end of the year depend-
ing on changes and
appeals, said Brian
Sheahan, county planning
director.


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station for everyone in their
town, not depending on
where a council man sits,"
Councilman Allen Sherrod
- said. "However it is and
wherever it falls is wherever
it falls. We have to accept it
for what it is
and not make
it a hanging "As soon a(
chad."fve supervisor
All fiveI
councilors says, 'you
said they implement
realize they is how you
have to find a
way to imple- it,' We can
I ment district- on the age
ing.
At their vote."
workshop,
the council
reached a
consensus to
vote on assigning Seat 2 for
A district on the map, Seat
3 for B, Seat 4 for C and
I Seat 5 for D.
A number 1 was skipped
on the map since it would
correspond to Seat 1, the
mayor's at large district.
Residents had mixed feel-
ings. One felt voters were
misled when seat numbers
were not specified by voting
day; another said the deci-
sion should not be made by
the council alone.
The numbering issue
failed with a 3 to 2 vote.
Councilmen Sherrod,
John Griffin and James
Smith dissented.


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tt
n
p
fnl


Geraci was directed by
council members to contact
Lake County Supervisor of
Elections Emogene Stegall
for advice on how to imple-
ment the districts and
whether it was appropriate
for the coun-
cil to num-,
(Lake's ber them. ,
f elections) After the
ave to council
meeting,
his and this Richard
ieed to do Smith said
lace it back he was disap-
pointed that
da for a the motion


to number
the districts
Allen Sherrod failed
City Councilman because of
the prior
consensus
they'd reached. He said he
did not foresee a change.
"There were some con-
cerned citizens claiming we
weren't doing due dili-
gence," Sherrod said.
He said he thinks city res-
idents may feel better after
Stegall has a chance to
review the initiative and
responds with suggestions
on how to implement and-
number the districts.
"As soon as she (Stegall)
says, 'you have to imple-
ment this and this is how
you need to do it,' we can
place it back on the agenda
for a vote," Sherrod said.


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What do you think about President Obama's cabinet appointments?


Some of them have not gone too
well obviously since some have
already withdrawn their names. I
, think Hillary Clinton is the best
one so far though.
John Lusk
Keyser, WV


Lake County

PAL members

help

handicapped

students


KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER/ SLP
'Zuly Colon, right, applies paint to
Victoria Nelson's hand.
ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
GROVELAND Friends,
old and new, met up at
South Lake High School for
fun, bondingg and one of
life's most important lessons:
the realization that all chil-
dren are created equal.
On Tuesday morning, that
concept was reinforced by
seven students in the Lake
County Police Activities
League and the students in
the school's trainable men-
tally handicapped classes for
the second year in a row.
.; "The main thing I've got-
ten out of this is meeting
,new people and making
.friends," Chris Alonzo, 13,
said. "The kids here are all
so nice no matter what.
None of them are mean like.
some of the students some-
times are at my school."
Mike Ryan, South Lake's
TMH teacher, said his stu-
dents are nice to everyone
because they do not judge
anyone.
"They don't care what you
look like or how you talk.
That's the beauty of it. But
unfortunately, the rest of
society isn't like that," Ryan
-said.
Last year, Ryan's class
washed the PAL van as part
-of their auto detailing and
job training studies, a task
that inspired the PAL stu-
dents to visit with them to
say "thank you."
This year, however, the
day of fun was prompted by
the simple desire to reunite
with old friends.
Lake County Sheriff's Cpl.
Tom Brown, who oversees
the PAL program, said he
will make the annual visit a
tradition. Brown said he also
hopes to expand it by hav-
ing the students attend each
others' bike races and Special
Olympics basketball games.
In fact, Brown and some
of his PAL students made
good on a promise they
made last year: to attend a
basketball game. Ryan said
his kids were excited when
their surprise guests showed
up last week to see them
play.
"These are the kinds of
things we do that leave a
long lasting impression on
the kids," Brown said. "I've
had parents tell me that the
kids were still talking about
visiting the students for a
week or more afterwards."
The PAL students, ranging
in age from 7 to 15, arrived
at 8 a.m. and stayed until
about 1:30 p.m. The two
groups painted T-shirts and
joined forces to create a spe-
cial one for Lake County
Sheriff Gary Borders.
The students then went
outside for a spirited game
of kickball, had a "Louie and
Gino's Pizza" lunch together,
then met up in the gym for
a game of basketball.


I think he should have checked
things out more closely, especially
making sure to have checked their
tax records first.
Dixie Lusk
-Clermont


Minneola


man facing


porn charges


Cops find more than

50 images of young

males under age 18

MILLARD K. IVES
Staff Writer
MINNEOLA A 38-year-old man was arrested
Tuesday on 50 counts of possession of child
pornography.
Officials with the Lake County Sheriffs Office
arrested Jason Mark Hussey during a raid on his
home in which the suspect allegedly had over 50
images of young males under the age of 18 years
old engaged in various sexual acts and poses,
according to an arrest affidavit.
Hussey is being held in the Lake County jail in
lieu of $250,000 bail.
The .investigation was part of the sheriff's
Cybercrime unit's ongoing operation with the
Internet Crimes Against Children task force.
Sheriff's spokesman Sgt. John Herrell said inves-
tigators suspected the child pornography was
being downloaded from Hussey's home at 104 W.
Silverton St. in Minneola when they went there
this morning with a warrant.
The affidavit added that with Hussey not home,
investigators went to his job as a cook to question
him about the allegations when he admitted
"there was some stuff on his computer that he
should not have."
The computer was found in the bedroom of his
home, where he lived alone.
He was arrested about noon Tuesday without
incident and taken to the jail.


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An aerial photo of the library under construction in Clermont.


One year and counting

County's largest library less than a year away
ROXANNE BROWN week revealed that the roof was in and the
Staff Writer interior walls had been framed.
CLERMONT Residents can look forward The brick on the sides of the building
to the opening of the county's largest are all nearly installed and in approxi-
library by summer's end, officials say. mately two to three weeks, the installa-
"It looks like we're staying, officials say.ck with tion of the glass curtain walls will begin.
It looks like we're staying on track with Breeden said that the county has als
the projected date of completion in late been working with the architect on interi-
June or early July," Lake..County Library or design schematics and furniture choic-
Services Directory Wendy Breeden said. es.
"And it's looking very impressive." Several meetings to discuss other issues,
Breeden said an in-house tour of the such as preparing for technological addi-
new, joint-use library ,on the campus of tions and planning for the move, have also
Lake-Sumter Community College last occurred.


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Joint Commission Triennial Survey
South Lake Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission. An unannounced triennial
survey is due 2009 which will evaluate the organization's compliance with nationally
established joint Commission standards.
Joint Commission standards deal with organizational quality of care issues and the
safety of the environment in which care is provided. Anyone believing that he or
she has pertinent and valid information on such matters should contact the hospital's
administration department. If the concerns cannot be resolved through the hospital,
the individual may request a public information interview with the Joint Commission.
Information presented at the interview will be carefully evaluated for relevance- to the
accreditation process,
Requests for an interview must be made in writing, indicate the nature of the information
to be provided, and should be sent to the Joint Commission to:
Division of Accreditation Operations
Account Representative
Joint Cornrnmmission
One Renaissance Blvd.
Oakbrook Terrace, II 60181
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Holding back on hiring


wo local governmental bodies
are taking the right steps by
instituting hiring freezes.This
past week, the Lake County School
Board approved such action.
However, the freeze only involves
certain positions, such as custodians,
food service workers and mechanics.
It would not apply to vacant teach-
ing positions that have to do with
the 'health, safety and welfare of
students," district officials said.
Considering the prospect of state
budget cuts, the board is looking for
ways to fill fiscal holes, while keep-
ing a safe distance from classrooms
and having to cut teaching posi-
tions.
State legislators are trying to make
up a $2.3billion budget shortfall,


and Lake school district officials are
anticipating losing $5.9 million in
state funding.
After dipping into reserves, district
officials are still looking at $333,000
to cut. And bigger cutsloom pos-
sibly as high as $20 million next
budget year, which begins July 1.
Lake County has been operating
under a de-facto hiring freeze for the
past year, meaning county depart-,
ment heads had to justify refilling
vacancies to County Manager Cindy
Hall. But action taken this past week
by county commissioners to formal-
ize a hiring freeze means they will be
the ones to decide if someone needs
to be hired to a certain position.
As with the private sector, both
school board members and county


commissioners are facing some stark
challenges. But one solution to over-
come those challenges is instituting
a hiring freeze. It may not be a pop-
ular choice, but it's a tough decision
that will help both the board and
commission address concerns with
their budgets.
These two entities are obviously
not alone in this type of tough deci-
sion making, because many busi-
nesses across the country are making
the same hard choices involving.
their employees.
We support the school board and
county commission's decision of a
hiring freeze, as it's a good start in
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Dayshawn Cox, William Lewis, Madelynn Martin, Terell Wodard, Meagan Blake, Tyrek Hill, Shaquauis
Shipman, Jacob McNabb, Chante Henderson, lan Bracero, Alexis Robinson, Phylicia Richardson,
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Sanchez, Xavier Luis Bernal, Amelie Saint Lot, Shane Ryan, Zachary Woodhouse, Juan Romero, Heather
Turchiano, Alexandria Melara, Luke Russell, Hannah Hoffman, Mariana Webster Hubbard, Madison
Tannhauser, Monica Mondesir, Eric Zhang, Kayla Anderson, Fabiola Rosa, Kelly Tela, Elijah Perez, Will
Karns, Chuma Tarver, Manuel Cooper, Abigail Ashley, Marcus Brown, Hailey Thomas, Lauren Signorile,
Liam Machinski, Justice Candelario, Maleik Roberts, Blake Baker, Carlos Aleman, Juleeyah Wright, Angela
Davila, Cody Lowry, Dillion Liberatore, Elerick Hernandez, Celynez Gomez, Andrea Rangel, Jan-Carlo
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FAITH CALENDAR


First United Methodist
Church of Clermont have
planned the annual
Rummage Sale from 8 a.m.
:to 2 p.m. Saturday in the
church social hall, 950 7th
-St., Clermont. Proceeds
-fom the sale will fund
many of the church's mis-
sion projects.
Shepherd of the Hills
ILutheran Church video/dis-
Iussion series on
Christianity at various
tImes during the day, call
394-3382 for details.
Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church Ash
Wednesday Liturgical
Service at 7 p.m. Feb. 28.
. n Church at South Lake
has scheduled "Perspectives
bn the World Christian
Movement" from 6 9 p.m.
every Monday at the
:church, 268 Mohawk Rd.,
Clermont. This is a 16-week
class examining the impact
Christians have had on
,world events and social
development. This interna-
tionally recognized course
Is an opportunity for peo-
ple to find their most ful-
filling life work. For more
information, call Gabriel
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Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church has
scheduled worship services


at 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m.
every Sunday with Sunday
School for all at 9 a.m.
13600 Caspian Lane,
Clermont.
The Mission of Project
Zion of Zion Lutheran
Church, 547 S. Main Ave.,
Groveland, is asking for
donations to help assist
those neighbors in South
Lake County in need of
food, aid with prescription
costs or help to pay utili-.
ties. Project Zion cannot
provide long term assis-
tance, but is intended to
help in emergencies. Funds
received are to help people
and hope to make Project
Zion a year round mission
in keeping with Jesus'
appeal to "Feed my Sheep."
Call 429-2960 for more
information.
Relative Caregivers
Raising Children Support
Group has scheduled a


meeting at 6:30 p.m. on
the first Tuesday of the
month in the education
building of the First United
Methodist Church of
Clermont, 950 7th St.
Clermont. If you are raising
a relative's child and need
support or encouragement
please plan to attend, child
care will be provided. To
make reservations or for
more information, call 394-
2412.
Hallelujah Acres
monthly support group
meets at 10:30 a.m. on the
first Monday of each
month. Hallelujah Acres is
a faith based ministry
teaching the principles of
healthy eating and whole-
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HEALTH CALENDAR


PINE RIDGE


WOMEN'S SHELTER HOTLINE 753-5800
Post-abortion healing Bible study
S'SaveOne" deals with issues of guilt and
hame that many people experience after
abortion. The study will be a guide into the
makingg forgiveness and love of God where
there is peace and restoration. The leaders of
:he study are post-abortive and all informa-
ion shared in the group study is kept confi-
'dential. This is a safe place to come for heal-
ing and support. Classes meet weekly from
'6:30 8 p.m. at Real Life Christian Church
for 12 weeks. Pre-registration is required.
For more information or to register, call
Janet with Beauty for Ashes at 874-5164.
Narcotics Anonymous open meetings:
8 p.m. Tuesday at First Missionary Baptist
Church, 153 Mills St., Groveland;
8 p.m. Wednesday at Wootson Temple,
836 Scott St., Clermont;
7:30 p.m. Friday at Shepherd of the Hills,
13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont.
S- The Lake County Health Department is
providing pediatric immunizations at no
cost from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. every
Wednesday at the Women, Infant and
Children clinic, 560 DeSoto St., Clermont.


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The walk in clinic offers same day appoint-
ments and parents are required to bring
proof of previous immunizations. Proper
proof is considered a Florida Certificate of
Immunization or "Blue Card" which can be
obtained from a physician or the local
County Health Department. For more infor-
mation, call the Health Department at 357-
1668.
The Greater Clermont Cancer
Foundation's cancer support group meets
from 7-9 p.m., second Tuesday of each
month at 927 7th St. in Clermont.
Relative Caregivers Raising Children
Support Group: 6:30 p.m. first Tuesday of
the month in the education building, First
United Methodist Church of Clermont, 950
7th St. Clermont. Child care will be provid-
ed. For reservations or more information
call 394-2412.
Hallelujah Acres monthly support
group meets at 10:30 a.m. on the first
Monday of each month. Hallelujah Acres is
a faith based ministry teaching the princi-
ples of healthy eating and wholesome
lifestyle from a biblical perspective. For
more information or to make lunch reserva-
tions call 394-7702.


KIDS OF GROVELAND


CUUKITESY HUIU
The Terrific Kids of Pine Ridge Elementary School are: Emma Stewart-Stein, Lisa Cherry, Fausto
Carrasquillo, Joshua Vrana, Griffen Brewer, Megan Linneman, Connor Gottschalk, Jena Salber, Steven
Baker, Connor McEwen, Arianna Chavec, Sara Hovel, Joni Persaud, Kennedy Terrell, Dylan Webb,
Mckenzie Miller, Alysha McClean, Willie Sermons, Charity Rollins, Charlie Jacob, Kaitlynn Hernandez,
Michael Riege, Riley Rodriguez, Brooklyn Ricci, Ryan Shaver, Samariah Gilchrist, Bailey McCoy, Daniel
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Itati Morales, Cameron Treantafel, Sam Smrekar, Alexa Tarquine, Damarys Rosado, Kody Schillinger,
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Magana and Shylow Schickler. Kiwanian Humphrey Boothe, Principal Dale Delpit and Kiwanian Fred.
Fallman are shown at the rear of the group.


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GRASSY


LAKE


COURTESY PHOTO
The Terrific Kids of Grassy Lake Elementary School are: Wesley Perez, Keliah Canuso, Cailyn McCreery,
:Hunter Landry, Gracie Sheldon, Stephanie Castro, Jenna Mason, Adie White, Jason Denis, Myah Gilbert,
Christopher Cedeno, Emily Lachhman,-Jonathan Singh, Addison Raulerson, Taylor Couture, Mackenzie
:Divelbiss, Alysse Sutherin, Alayna Santana, Javier Flores-Meraz, Kayla Bowers, Jordan Harris, Kimberly
luentes, Sanali Thomas, Emily Waalewyn, Sarina Sukhram, Will Cohde, Eric Paltoo, Sergio Singh, Cora
,Stasiowski, Mayra Romero, Michaela Adams, Tiana MacDonald, Noah Sturge, Colton Seybert, Michael
:Eusain, Justin TenEyck, Jarriel Hyatt, Sergio Singh, Makayla Silba, Hudson Griffin, Antonio Canuso, Zachary
bethell and John Thunberg. Kiwanian Judy Yeager and Assistant Principal Robert Sherman are standing
:at the rear of the group.


KARAOKE MASTERS.


COURTESY PHOTO
Pictured are Billy Bowles, Mike Madawi and Kathy DeSilva. The latest winners of the Karaoke Master
Contest at Sports on Tap were Billy Bowles of" Center Hill and Kathy DeSilva of-Lake Monroe. Each
received a $25 gift certificate from Sports on Tap and a T-shirt from Smooth Entertainment, the contest
promoter.Both earned a spot in the semi-finals which will be held on Wednesday, Mar. 11 with the finals
to follow at Pig on the Pond on Saturday night, Mar. 14. Eight finalists and four alternates will compete
for over $1000 in cash and prizes.


PENGUINS


COURTESY PHOTO
Pictured with an unidentified snowperson are Andrew Megler, Danielle Duran, Alia Rodriguez and
Christian Stromberg holding their penguins. The Montverde Academy Kindergarten Classes recently
completed a comprehensive study of penguins.


KIWANIS


COURTESY PHOTO
President Jack Wallace and
Kiwanian Tom Thomas welcome
Dr. Iris Ayala, center, to the
Clermont Kiwanis Club. Dr.
Ayala has been a resident in
Clermont for several years and
is a partner in the Healthy
Choice Ob/Gyn Office. The
Clermont Kiwanis Club
welcomes all visitors and those
interested in becoming
members to help with the work
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CLOWN PARADE & IMPERSONATOR'S
SATURDAY AT 1PM






SOUTH OF LEESBURG
AT CR 33 & SR 27


BIZ BRIEFS

Sweetbay Supermarket is
opening a new location
at1714 US Hwy 27, Clermont:
On Saturday, there will be live
calypso music, welcome
pineapple & sweet carnation:
giveaways, gourmet choco-
late chip cookie giveaways,
milk and ice cream sandwich
giveaways, reusable Tote
Bags filled with merchandise,
in-store sampling and Tony
the Tiger will also be in the
store. All giveaways through.
out the day will be only while
supplies last.
On Saturday, Feb. 14 the
Sweetbay's Culinary Cruiser, a
traveling kitchen equipped
with a Sweetbay chef, will be
onsite to demonstrate several
recipes for customers to
sample and there will be a
Melitta coffee sampling.
-sweetbay Supermarket was
launched in 2004 in Largo and
is headquartered in Tampa;
there are now 109 stores in
Florida.
The Small Business
Development Center at UCF
in Clermont is partnering with
the Lake County Library
System to offer a Brown Bag
Lunch Seminar Series on the
basics of starting a small
business. The seminars will
.be offered at no-cost at vari-
ous Lake County Library
System locations through out
2009.
The first seminar "How to
Start a Business" is scheduled
from 11:45 a.m. 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 11 at Cagan
Crossings Comm. Library. It is
designed to help entrepre-
neurs understand what it
takes to start a business and
will be taught by Gene
Romagna, site manager for
the SBDC. For more informa-
tion, call 407-420-4850 or go
online to
www.sbdcorlando.com
The Seventh Annual
South Lake Women's Club
Expo, sponsored by the
Clermont Woman's Club, is
scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Saturday, Mar. 28 at
Minneola City Hall, 800 N Hwy
27. Applications are still avail-
able for vendors that would
like to be a part of this year's
Expo.


PENGUINS








Friday, February 6, 2009 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A9


GARDEN CLUB


COURTESY PHOTO
Flower Show Judge Carolyn Schaag and Clermont Garden Club president Arlene Hanks display some of
the variety of materials used in floral designs,


SCOUTS


IOUUnTiIT rn' iu
Members of Boy Scout Troop #551 and Girl Scout Troop #730 load boxes of books that have been
donated by an anonymous area resident to the Friends of Cooper Library book sale which is scheduled
for Saturday, Feb. 28 in Jenkins Auditorium.


ITPAYSTO SHO
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A,"em


FEATURED BUSINESS OF THE MONTH


Established In 2004 by Ed and Linda Apodaca and located at
836 W. Montrose Street, In Historic Downtown Clermont,
,Clermont Office Suites was created to bring affordable office
space for small businesses in South Lake County. The building
which dates back to the early 1920's was remodeled in 2004 for
5 offices and, because the venture was so successful, the
building was completely gutted and renovated to 2008 state
safety standards for an addition of 5 more and larger offices.
Keeping small businesses in mind Ed and Linda's plan is to have
All-inclusive office space. This means that tenants pay one price
per month for rent and all amenities such as unlimited phone
service for local and long distance, phone calls, use of a state-
of-the-art conference room with video and telephone
conferencing, high speed internet, .all utilities, ADT Security for
peace of mind and 24/7 access, daily cleaning service, daily
USPS mail delivery plus FedEx and UPS delivery. Situated across
the street from the Clermont Police Department tenants and
customers have an easy walk to the Post Office, library,
restaurants, City Hall, waterfront pier and park and other. local
businesses. Besides use by the tenants' local civic groups use
the conference room occasionally for meetings.
Clermont Office Suites caters to professionals and current
tenants include Financial Services, Attorneys, Educational
Programs and Professional Services. Rent for the All-Inclusive
office space begins at $299.00 a month. Ed and Linda are
members of the So Lake Chamber of Commerce and the
Clermont Downtown Partnership. Ed Is also a retired US Air Force
Veteran and Is a member of the South Lake Rotary Club and the .
Orlando Area Chair for the Employer Support of the Guard and
Reserve (ESGR). Linda is a professional meeting planner and a
partner In Ed and Linda Apodaca and Associates (ELAA) based in
Clermont. Call Ed or Linda at 321-214-1770 for more
information or visit our web site at www.elaallc.com.


741 .." M-www.clermontsewing.com
Fabrics, Threads, Classes,
Notions, Patterns, And
New Friends AwaitI
Cleaning & Repair
(All Brands)
741 W. MontroseW.
Downtown Clermont
352-243-4568
Hours: Mon-Fri, 10 am-5pm & Sat 10Oam-3pm
10i HsqanVING


If you are interested in advertising
on this page please contact
Paula Heidorn at the South Lake Press

Phone 352.394.2183
Fax 352.394.8001


SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Serving Clfment, Minvola, Groviland, Moscoin 4 Moniverds


BACCHUS
VINO ETCETERA


Wine & More


I have parts for all major appliances and air
conditioning and authorized repair service too!
CALL ME OR COME SEE ME!


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Since 1955
(352) 394-6111
757 W. Montrose St. Clermont, Florida 34711


Downtown Clermont
Farmer's Market

Every Sunday
From lOam 3pm.
INCLUDES:
Fresh Produce Plants Flowers Fruit
Vegetables Herbs And So Much Morel
For more Information visit
,www.clermontdowntownpartnersihIpcom
or call Cheryl Fishel at 352-394-8618












A10 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, February 6, 2009


DONATION


COURTESY PHOTO
Pictured are Lions President Jim
Purvis, Chief Executive Officer
of Lake/Sumter Habitat for
Humanity Jim Fischer and Lion
Ray Goodgame. Fischer
accepted a check for $1,000,
part of the proceeds from the
2008 Lions Golf Outing. The
2009 Golf Outing is being
planned for May 22. The
Clermont/Minneola Lions Club
meets from noon to 1p.m.
every Thursday at Sanctuary
Ridge Club House Restaurant.
Lions Clubs all over the world
work to help people of all ages
in need, especially those with
sight and hearing impairments
and invite new members to join
them.


SHUFFLE BOARD




COURTESY PHOTO
Pictured are Jim Thome and
Steve Raly who were the high
scorers in a recent inter-city
shuffleboard competition.
The Clermont Shuffleboard Club
S invites interested adults to
enjoy the game at 1 p.m. every
.. ,, Tuesday and Friday at the
Kehlor Building, 466 W.
.Minneola, Clermont. There is no
-. cost, equipment or experience
S required. In addition, every
.. Wednesday during the winter
months, intercity tournaments
are held. For more information,
call Jake at 242-9756 or Coleda
,-. at 394-6597


CLERM ONT


BLESSED SACRAMENT
CATHOLIC CHURCH
720 12th Street Clermont, FL 34711
352,394-3562
Saturday Vigil Masses
English: 4 pm and Spanish: 7 pm
Sunday Massest
8 am, 10 am, 12 noon (Contemporary Mass)
5 pm (Contemporary Mass)
Reconciliation on Saturdayt
3:00 pm 3:45 pm (Eng.)
6:15 pm 6:45 pm (Sp.)
Corner of Hwy 50 & 12th St. (Rt 561)
www.blessedsacramentcc.com

CATHEDRAL OF POWER
INTERNATIONAL
BRAND NEW LOCATION
202 Hatteras Ave
(off of Citrus Tower Blvd)
"The Place of Expectancy"
Corporate Prayer Sunday 10:20am
Sunday Worship 10:30am
Kingdom Kidz Sunday 10:30am
Kingdom Babies Nursery (Sundays)
Intercessory Prayer Monday 7:30pm
Generation of Power (Youth) Thursday 7:30am
Bible Study Thursday 7:30pm
Women By Design (3d Sunday Night) 6pm
Men of Power (Bi-monthly)
EO.C.U.S (Singles) (Bi-monthly)
Kingdom Covenant Couples (Quarterly)
*2nd Service Coming EASTER
Pastors Christopher & Carla Walker
352-404-9975 www.cathedralofpower.org

CELEBRATION OF PRAISE
CHURCH OF GOD
3700 S. U.S. Hwy. 27 (352) 394-2855
www.celebrationofpraise.net
Staff:
Chris & Julie Dutruch, Senior Pastor
Everett & Kateena Gates, Executive &
0 Worship Pastor
Jimmy & Tracy Williams, Associate Pastor
Dale & Raye Cosden, Administrative Pastor
Will & Beatriz Perez, Hispanic Ministries Pastor
Rodney & Sherri McKinley, Youth Pastor
* Jason & Mellnda Benson, Children's Pastor
Dustin & Jessica Alexander, Media
Production Specialist
Travis Hill, Lead Musician
Sherri McKinley, Chief Financial Officer
Mary Withers, Chaplain of Pastoral Care
Ian Withers, Facility Director
Stephanie Aguiar, Church Secretary
Michelle Jenkins, Church Secretary
SUNDAY
Worship 9:30 am
Children's Service 9:30 am
Hispanic Worship Service 2:00 pm
TUESDAY
Bible Study & Prayer 10:00 am
Crossroads Grief Support by appt. only
Hispanic Bible Study 7:30 pm
WEDNESDAY
Family Enrichment Service 7:00 pm
Marriage Ministry 7:00 pm
Children: Ages 3-11 yrs 7:00 pm
dv8 Youth Service Ages 12-18 7:00 pm
PRESCHOOL/DAYCARE
Children of Promise Nurturing Center
Infant Pre-K A BEKA Curriculum
Stacy Butterworth, Dirtector 352-536.9268
www.daycare@celebrationofpraise.net

CHURCH OF CHRIST
500 Grand Hwy. 352-394-7374
Sunday School 9:00 am
Sunday Worship 10:00 am & 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pm

CONGREGATION SINAI
A Mainstream Jewish Congregation
Religious services are conducted on the second
and last Friday of each month at 8:00 pm
Services are held at Jenkins Auditorium in
downtown Clermont (next to city hall)
West Montrose and 7th St.


in downtown ienrmons.
High Holiday Services
Religious School
Educational and Social Activities
www.cdngregatlonsinal-clermont.org
e-mail: congrejationsinal@cfl.rrcom
Message Line: 352-243-5353

THE CROSSING CHURCH
SWhere Faith Comes to Life
Sunday 10:00 am
at South Lake Charter School
15220 Hartwood Marsh Rd
Clermont 34711
Nursery & Children's
Activities Provided
Kendal Anderson, lead pastor
352-241-9909
www.thecrosslngchurch.org

FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
915 W DeSoto St.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 10:30 am & 6:30 pm
Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm
Omar Walker 394.5966

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
"People Connecting with God, Others,
and the World"
498 W. Montrose Street
(352) 394-4221
clennontfirstbaptist.com
Sunday Worship -
9:30 am Traditional
11:00 am. Contemporary
(Children's Church 11:00 ari)

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
"Encountering Christ, Growing in Christ, Sharing
Christ, wherever we are..."
950 Seventh St. 352-394-2412
Pastor: Rev. Doug Kokx
www.fumc-clermont.org
Saturday Worship Service 6:30 pm
Sun. Worship (Traditional) 8 & 11:00 am
Sun. Worship (Contemporary) 9:30 am
Sunday School 9:30 am & 11:00 am
Sun. High School POWERhouse 7-8:30 pm
Wednesday Men's Fellowship
(at Holiday Inn Express) 6:30 am
Tuesday Middle School POWERhouse
6:00 8:00 pm
Nursery Provided All Events
Weekday School:
Preschool

GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH
CLERMONT, FL
Evangelical Free Church of America
Honored to serve among the other
fine churches of South Lake County
Sunday Worship: 10:00 am
Many Other Activities each week
Jon Bekemeyer, Senior Pastor
Chuck Kinzer, Associate Pastor
Brooke McKinney, Youth Pastor
Sam Reckart, Worship Pastor
14244 Johns Lake Road, Clermont
(1/2 Mile East of Wal-Mart)
407-877.4048
communltychurchclermont.org

GRAND HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
(One block east of the Citrus Tower)
100 S. Grand Hwy., Clermont 34711
352-536-2824
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:30 am
Sunday Evening 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pm


\esqunia 5nwy Au a care i
Reuniones en el Salon Social
Todos los Domingos a las 6:00 pm
Visitas a los hogares con cita previa.
Favor de lilamar para mas information y
pedidos de oracion.
Pastora Maria Fernandez
321-946-6833


LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday
Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am
Worship Service 10:40 am
Family Prayer Service 6:00 pin
Wednesday
Bible Study 7:00 pmin
Groups for adults, teens, and children
-Nursey provided for all services-
Chris Johnson, Senior Pastor
For directions and more information, visit:
www.lbcclermont.org
11043 True Life Way
Clermont, FL 34711
352.394.0708
Located just off of Lakeshore br.

NEW JACOB'S CHAPEL MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
410 W. Hwy. 50
Clermont, FL 34711
Phone: 352-394-4720
Rev. Rex Anderson, Pastor
Minister Nathenia Montgomery, Assistant Pastor
Minister Kenneth Williams, Youth Pastor
Church Motto: "Equipping Changed People for A
Changing World!"
Saturday Intercessory Prayer 8:00 a.m.
Sunday Services Morning Service 7:45 &
11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Youth Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Thursday Adult Bible Study 6:45 p.m.
Website: www.newjacobschapel.com
e-mail: info@newjacobschapel.com

PRIMER IGLESIA BAUTISTA
HISPANA DE CLERMONT
498 West Montrose Street
Clermont, Fl 34711
352-394-4221
Intinerario de Nuestros Servicios
Domingo: Estudio Biblico 9:45 am
Servicio de Adoracion 11:00 am
Miercoles: Estudio Biblico y Oracion 7:00 pm

REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
"Helping real people, find
real faith, for the real world"
Worship Times
Saturday 6:00 pm
Sunday 9:30 & 11:15 am
Weekend Programs
The EDGE (Children)
All Services
Student Life Groups
Sundays- 9:30 am (Middle School)
Sunday 11:15 am (High School)
The Way (Middle & High School)
Wednesday 6:00 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
1501 Steve's Rd 352-394-3553

RENAISSANCE CHURCH
"Church For A Change"
Sunday Worship 10:00 am
830 W Montrose St.
Clermont, Florida 34711
Children's Ministry Provided
James Wheeler, lead pastor
352-425-3288
www,thechurchforachange.com


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Visit our website at
www.riverchurchclermont.com

SHEPHERD OF THr HILLS LUTHERAN
13600 Caspian Lane
Tuesday 8:30 am at the
Bob Evans on Hwy 27
Is Pastor's Prayer Breakfast
Wed: Service 7 pm & Choir Practice 7:30 pm
Worship Services 8:00 am & 10:15 am
Sunday School 9:00 am
Rev. Jonathan C. Ostenberg
(352) 394-3382.

SOUTH LAK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH'
A Place of Love, Life & Growth
131 Chestnut St., Clermont
352-394-2753
East Ave I block south of SR 50
Worship Times:
Sunday
9 AM (Casual); 11 AM (Traditional)
5 PM Song in the Night (Artistic/Alternative)
Church school for all ages 9:30 AM
Chilldcare provided.
www,southlakepresbvterian.org

ST. MATTHIAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Experience Traditional Worship
and a Warmnn Welcome!
574 Montrose St. 394-3855
in Downtown Clermont
Sunday Services 8 & 10 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery 9:45 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Service & Study 5:30 p.m.
www.stmatthiasfl.org

WOOTSON TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD
IN CHRIST
Elder TL. Wootson
836 Scott St. Clermont, FL 34711
394-1396 or 394-3004
Sunday 11:00 am & 7:30 pm
Thursday 7:30 pm



FE RNDALE

FENDALE BAPTIST CHURCH
at CR455 & CR561A
407-469-3888
Pastor: Scott Fortenberry
Sunday School: 9:15 am
Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 am
Evening Worship &
Discipleship Study: 6:00 pm
TeamKid: Sunday 6:30 pm
Wednesday: 7:00 pm
Prayer Service, Youth Activities,
Mission Kids for Children



GROVELAND

BETTER LIFE WosHIP CENTER
1200 W. Broad Street Groveland, FL 34736
Tel (352) 429.2634
Fax (352) 429-2831
WWW.UNAMEIORVIDA.NET
Bishop Juan Rivera, Senior Pastor
OFFICE HOURS
Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 am 5:00 pm
Wednesday & Friday 9:00 am 4:00 pm
Lunch Hour 12:00 noon 1:00 pm
WORSHIP SERVICES
Sunday: Worship Services
First Worship Service English 9:00 am 10:30 am
Second Worship Service Spanish


Nursery provided for all services THE RIVER CHURCH 11:00 am 1:00 pm
Children's church during morning svc. 796 Hooks St. Wednesday Family Training Hour 7:30 pm
"Sharing God's love across the street Clermont, FL 34711 Thursday Prayer Service 10:00 am
and around the world" Coffee & Doughnuts 9:30 am Friday Worship Service/Youth 7:30 pm
Rev. Joel Shackelford, Senior Pastor Sunday Worship 10:00 am Friday Fun Night/Children 7:30 pm
www.grandhwybaptistr.org River Kids Church &
River Babies Nursery available CENTRO DE ADORACI6N
IGLESIA METODISTA UNIDA Wednesday H20 Surge Youth Group UNA MEJOR VIDA
"EL FARO" 6:00 8:00 pm 1200 W. Broad Street Groveland, FL 34736
"Una iglesia con mentes, corazones y Wednesday & Thursday Connect Groups Tel (352) 429-2634
brazos abiertos" 7:00 pm 8:30 pm Fax (352) 429-2831
950 7th Srreer. Clermont. FL 34711 For more information call 352-243-7505 or WWW.IINAMEIORVIDA.NET


Pastores: Obispo Juan & Awilda Rivera
Horatio de Oficina
Martes y Jueves 9:00 am 5:00 pm
Miercoles y Viemes 9:00 am 4:00 pm
Servicio de Adoraci6n
Domingo: Primer Servicio 9:00 am 10:30 am
Segundo Serviciq 11:00 am 1:00 pm
Miercoles: Serviclo de Estudio Biblico 7:30 pm
Jueves Servicio de Oracidn 10:00 am
Viemes Serviclo Familiar 7:30 pm
Nuestra Iglesia Ofrece Capllla Y guarderia de
Niflos en todas los servicios

EDGE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
441 S. Main Avenue, Groveland
352-429-2572
Rev. Dr. Donna Manwaring
Sunday Worship 9:30 AM
Sunday Fellowship 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Wednesday 5:30 PM Dinner
Wednesday &30 PM Christian Education
Sunshine Early Learning Center
352-429-5980

FIRST BAPTST CHURCH
137 E. Cherry St. 429-2651
*Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 10:50 am & 7:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 pm

MT. OLIVE MISSIONARY
BAPYST CHURCH
Sunday Worship Service 11:00 AM
Sunday School 9:30 AM
Prayer Service Saturday 8:30 AM
Bible Study Wednesday 7:00 PM &
2nd and 4th Sundays 4:00 PM
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church
15641 Stuckey Loop
Stuckey, FL 34736 (West of Mascotte)
Rev. Clarence L. Southall-Pastor
Phone: (352)429-3888

PRAISE TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD
"Where you can experience the Difference"
Pastor: Rev. Clayton B. Langley
There's a lot happening at Praise Temple and
we want you to be a part of it! Everyone is
welcome and is invited to join us for times of
fellowship, growth, and worship.
Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 am
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Children's Church 9:45 am
Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Tuesday: Ladies' Ministry
(3rd Tues.) 7:00 pm
Wednesday: Family Night 7:00 pm
Kid's Club 7:00 pm
Youth Service 7:00 pm
Friday: Youth Fellowship Night 7:00 pm
**Nursery provided during Sunday Worship
Services**
Our Ministries
Praise Temple Christian Academy Over The
Rainbow Daycare
Nursery (Under 5 Years of Age)
Children's Church (Ages 5-10)
Youth Group (Ages 11-19)
Sunday School (For All Ages)
Discipleship Classes
Women's Ministries
Bible Studies
Come Join Us For Our Services
5910 Bible Camp Road, Groveland, FL
34736 (352) 429-8805



MINN 0LA

FIRST BAFTIST OF MINNEOLA
Comer of Pearl & Galena Street
Bible Study Sunday 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm
Youth & Children meet
6:00 7:00 pm every Wed
Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 pm
Sam's to Yam's


TEMPLE OF THE LIVING GOD
415 Old Hwy 50 394-4596
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship & Children's Church 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed Worship & Youth Service 7:00 pm
Rev. Loyce Rowland



NMAONTVERD E

CROSSROADS FAMILY FELLOWSHIP
Come to the Country... Where God, families and.
community are our priority. Located at 16913 #11.
Lakeside Dr. Montverde, 34756 1 block north of
Montverde blinking light Hwy 455
Services Times: Sunday 9:30 am Praise/Worship
10:00 am service and children church
Wednesday evening 7:00 pm
First Sunday evening monthly 6:00 pm
Pastors Jim and Linda Watson
Youth Pastors Rob and Leslie Durant
407-469-3927 or 321-948-2350

FIRST BAFMnsT CHURCH
OF MONTVERDE
Sunday Praise
Service 10:30am
Adult/Youth/Children Groups
9:15 am
Wednesday
Worship Team Rehearsal 7:00 pm
Jonathan Winningham, Pastor
8th and Franklin
fbcmontverde@peoplepc.com
407-469-4569

WOODLANDS LTHERAN
CHURCH & SCHOOL
(2 miles N of SR 50 on CR 455)
Sunday Worship 8:30 am & 11:00 am
Sunday School 9:45 am
Monday Worship 7:00 pm
Pastor. Rev. Dr. Brian N. Kneser
(407) 469-2525



OAKLAND

MOSAIC CHURCH
A Church Rethinking Church
Non-Denominational
www.mosaicfl.orf
407-654-8220
Worship Service Sunday's at
8:32 am, 10:02 am, 11:32 am & 6:02 pm
608 W. Oakland Ave.
Oakland, FL. 34760

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
218 E. Oakland Ave.
(1/2 mile N. Hwy 50 at
Tubb St./ West Orange Lumber)
8:45 am Contemporary Worship
9:45 am Sunday School For All Ages
11:00 am Traditional Worship
Nursery Provided All Services
407-656-4452
Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr.
www.oaklandpres.org



WINTER GARD N

FAIm FAMILY COMMUNITY CHURCH
305 Beulah Rd. Winter Garden
(407) 877-7735
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:45 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wednesday Family Nieht 7:00 nm









Friday, February 6, 2009 SOUTH LAKE PRESS All


YARD OF THE MONTH


COURTESY PHOTO
The Sandspurs Circle of the
Clermont Garden Club has chosen
this hillside home overlooking Lake
Minnehaha as their yard of the
-month. The home is nestled under
large trees and surrounded by a
variety of lovely gardens and
plantings.


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COMMUNITY CALENDAR


WOMEN'S SHELTER HOT-
LINE 753-5800

LIFE, a social support
program for widowed per-
sons, has scheduled aw 'ch-
eon at 11:30 a.m. on Thbrsday
in the Leesburg Community
Center, 109 E Dixie Ave. The
guest speaker will be Kathryn
Lynn of Millhorn Law Firm,
who will discuss the legalities
which need clarification when
a spouse dies. The buffet will
be $10, call 787-0403 for
reservations.
Marion Baysinger
Memorial Library has sched-
uled an "Authors at the
Library" event as part of the
celebration of Black History
Month at 2 p.m. on Thursday
in the Puryear Building, 243 S.
Lake Ave., Groveland. The
author, Gary Corsair, will lead
a discussion of his book, "The
Groveland Four. The sad saga
of a legal lynching".
-- Friends of Cooper
Memorial Library are planning
a book sale at Jenkins
Auditorium on Saturday, Feb.
28. They are now asking for
donations of used books of
any and all types in good con-
dition. All donated books may
be dropped off at Cooper
Memorial Library.
Weight Watchers have
scheduled meetings at 9 a.m.
every Saturday at Windermere
Union Church, United Church


of Christ, 10710 Park Ridge
Gotha Road, Windermere.
Visitors and members are
welcome to attend for a '
weigh-in and then stay for
discussion on nutrition, activi-
ty, healthy habits and suc-
cesses to celebrate. For more
information, please log onto
WeightWatchers.com.
The AARP Tax-Aide pro-
gram, intended for middle and
low income taxpayers is
scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. until Wednesday, April 15
at Jenkins Auditorium, w.
Montrose St., Clermont.
Taxpayers should bring social
security cards, all tax records
and a copy of last year's tax
return for themselves and all
dependents.
All volunteers have attend-
ed a course on the Federal
Tax Code and have passes
the test to become certified
counselors. The Tax-Aide pro-
gram is sponsored by AARP
and the IRS.
The South Lake Art
League has planned a photog-
raphy show for the month of
February. All adult amateur
photographers of Lake and
Sumter Counties are invited
to submit entries. The entry
fee is $6 per photo for League
members and $8 per photo
for non-members. There is a
limit of three photos per per-
son. All registration and
entries are due by Saturday.
Registration forms are avail-


able at the South Lake Art
League's Gallery or at the
Clermont Chamber of
Commerce office. For more
information, call Shirley
Sojourner at 394-7338.

ONGOING:
Downtown Clermont
Farmer's Market, scheduled
from 10 a.m. 3 p.m. every
Sunday featuring fresh pro-
duce, Yalaha Bakery bread,

See COMMUNITY, A12


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59.Years Ago 1951
The people of Clermont are making repairs to property and swinging back
into normal routine after a hurricane swept the state August 26 and 27.
Nobody, so far as reported to this office, was killed or injured as a direct result
of the storm; but in the state at large, according to Red Cross reports, one man
was killed in Miami and 94 people were injured there and elsewhere. The Red
Cross said 50 homes in Lake County were destroyed.
However, the big loss in Lake County was to the citrus crop, particularly
grapefruit. County Agent R.E. Norris estimates the county's grapefruit loss as
20% and 2% for oranges. Other estimates range as high as 85% for grapefruit
nahd 10 -15% for oranges. Losses in South Lake were much higher than those
for the county as a whole.
: Stephen L. Zelazo will replace Alfred G. Cole as engineer and city superin-
tendent.
: Two small fires, one a tree and the other an auto, brought the Clermont
Tire Department into action under Fire Chief Albey Sheldon's direction.
* The first was a palm tree on the property of Miss Florence Holton, society edi-
tor of the "Clermont Press". The tree was being trimmed and a wasps' nest was
encountered. A torch was applied to the nest, which resulted in the tree catch-
ing.fire.
- The second fire was in the automobile of Fates Suggs when it was near the
water tower. Loss was confined to the upholstery.
Mrs. R.C. Dillard, R.N. has been, appointed supervisor of South Lake
Memorial Hospital, succeeding Mrs. C.B. Lee, who resigned because of ill
health.

20 Years Ago -1989
- Jo Marie Hebeler, formerly Assistant Director of Community Relations at
Boston University in Boston Mass., will be South Lake Memorial Hospital's new
Director of Public Relations and Marketing.
S- Maggie Meiggs has retired from SLHS after 22 years of employment.
Prices at Publix: Hellmann Mayonnaise, 32 oz. jar $1.69; Strip Steak,
.$3.99 per lb.; Key Lime Pie, 9 inch $4.99; London Broil, $2.99 lb.; Red Delicious
Apples, 3 lb. bag 99c.; Folger's Coffee, 13 oz. bag $1.99; Dairi-Fresh Yogurt, 3.8
oz. cups 89c.; Deli Bologna, $2.59 lb.; Italian Bread, 89c loaf; Pepsi,12 pak of
12 oz. cans, $2.95.
" Prices at Town-N-Country Discount Liquors, 840 W. Highway 50: Smirnoff
Vodka, Itr. $8.49; Tanqueray Gin, 750 mL $11.59; Christian Bros. Brandy, 750
inl. $7.39; Cap'n Morgan Rum, 750 ml., $6.99; Early times, 1.75 Itr., $12.99.
Stephanie Kidder, daughter of Rob and Janine Kidder and granddaughter
of Bob an Donna Kidder and Jack and Jackie Ulch, all of Clermont, was pictured
with a '"Huffy" 2-wheel bike she won while celebrating pre-Christmas in the
Orchid Garden at Church Street Station in Orlando.
- Elizabeth Anne Breeden, 12-year-old daughter of Glenn and Marilyn
Breeden of Clermont, was pictured with a Magnavox radio she won from a
drawing at her dentist's office in Orlando ... ..
. Virginia and George Craig of Crystal, Virginia, visited the SL Press. Virginia
was a writer for the then "Clermont Press" from 1960-61, under Publisher
Shorty Hullinger. George was a photographer for the "Sentinel".
They were in town Dec. 10 to see the music portion of the Christmas program
at Jaycee Beach. They also managed the Beach House while they lived here. The
only person they recognized that night was Glenn Olivenbaum, who used to be
a lifeguard at the Beach. They also visited with Police Chief Prentice Tyndal.
S- Visiting Ed and Cuqui Whitehead from Bayville, New York were Ed's older
brother, Gary, and his wife. Guess what her name is? Cookie Whitehead!
Keith Hogan, Mark McLean, Dale Ladd and Darryl Ladd are pleased to
announce that they have formed Hogan,McLean & Ladd, Inc., Real Estate and
Investment. They will be located in Sunnyside Plaza, Clermont.
After six years of association with Plummer Real Estate, Peggy Weatherbee
has opened Lake Shore Realty at the comer of West Montrose Street and West
Avenue. Her associates include Keith Sonier and Sara Lowe.
Mascotte Elementary faculty and staff honored Jeanette Edmundson upon
her retirement from 34 years as school secretary.
Jan. 9, 1989 in my "South Lake Scene" column. "Hasn't this low to mid 80
degree weather been beautiful?"
Beta Theta sister Bonnie Kranz picked me up at my boat dock on Lake
Minnehaha for a pontoon boat spin, we drove to Lake Susan and picked up sis-
ter Suzanne McClure and husband, Larry, after viewing their new home in
Cypress Walk, which is beginning to develop nicely.
We stopped at Lake Susan Lodge that has developed nicely. The new boat
docks are super and so is the newly enclosed screened porch with the trees left
intact by the cement flooring and roofing.
The hotel at the U.S. 27 interchange comet with Florida Turnpike entrance
that was built as a Days Inn and then became a Comfort Inn is now a
Travelodge.
Dr. and Mrs. Nevin Thompson entertained fellow members of the South
Lake (Breakfast) Kiwanis Club and their spouses at their home off Villa City Road
with a holiday brunch.
Glenn, Middleton won the Christmas stocking drawing at the Clermont
Chevron Station, donated by owners Jerry and Jenny Fisk.


appear in 'The Warrior's
Quest' in October 2009
STAFF REPORT
CLERMONT Action Star Media, Inc has cast
local martial arts master, Richard Hackworth, as a
featured star in the upcoming movie "The Warrior's
Quest".
Hackworth, an 8th Degree Grand Master in the
self defense art of Hapkido and 6th Degree Master
in Taekwondo, will play the part of a Hapkido
Grand Master in the film.
Shooting began in Atlantic City, N.J. on Jan. 9
and continued in Jupiter, Fla. through Feb. 1.
Richard Hackworth is the host of the "World
Martial Arts Radio Show" on the Action Radio
Network and star of the "Turning Up The Heat!" TV
Show on Brighthouse Networks.
He is also the senior master instructor at the
American Dragon Martial Arts Academies in
Clermont.
Hackworth, a former military linguist, speaks five
languages and has worked with the Seoul City
S.W.A.T. Team and Korean Presidential Body
Guards.
"We chose Grand Master Hackworth because of


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Movie Producers Danny Zaino (left) and Theresa Zaino;
Actor Phil Morris from the television shows Seinfeld and
Smallville, and Martial Arts Expert Richard Hackworth
from Clermont on the set of "The Warrior's Quest" movie.
his excellent reputation as America's leading
Hapkido master and his years of experience in the
television industry. He brings a lot of value to the
project," the movie's producer, Danny Zaino said. I
"The Warrior's Quest" movie is set to be released
internationally in October 2009.


Teacher should avoid medication advice


Dear Tori,
My child was recently iden-
tified as ADHD by his teacher.
I am really confused because
he behaves so well at home.
The teacher tells me that he
often gets out of his seat,
speaks out of turn and prefers
to draw pictures rather than
do his schoolwork. She said
he will probably ne
ed medication and that real-
ly makes me uncomfortable.
He's only six. Could you
please give us another recom-
mendation besides medica-
tion?
Signed,
ADHD at School
Dear ADHD at School,
ADHD, which stands for
Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder, is a
mental illness, usually begin-
ning in childhood, which
affects a person's ability to
focus in all areas of their lives
and prevents them from being
effective.
Since you're telling me the
problem is contained to the
school environment apd not
in your home,
I suspect that your son will
not meet all the criteria for a
diagnosis of ADHD, as the
Diagnostic and Statistical
Manual for Mental Disorders
clearly states one must suffer
in all environments.
While his teacher is certain-
ly able to recognize problem-
atic behavior in her classroom,
she is certainly not qualified
to make such a diagnosis,
much less make a recommen-


Tori Kelley,


Ph.D


Talking
with Tori


dation for med-
ication. Mental illnesses are
beyond the scope of a
teacher's education and
should be left in the hands of
qualified clinicians.
ADHD is a difficult illness to
diagnose, as it affects the
brain, but without expensive
brain imaging technology the
clinician must rely on psycho-
logical testing, behavioral
reports of the parents and
teachers, and direct observa-
tion.
It is a serious diagnosis that
inhibits a person's success,
especially where learning is
concerned and should be
treated with proactive atten-
,tion and consistency.
Unfortunately, this is an ill-
ness which is overly diag-
nosed. It is not as common as
one Would think based on the
children who allegedly suffer
from it.
In fact, all the behaviors you
mentioned for which your son
is getting in trouble are to be
expected from a six year old,
and personally, I still prefer to
draw pictures myself rather
than do schoolwork!
The teacher needs to estab-
lish clear guidelines as to what


is expected of him and have
consequences for any infrac-
tions. I think it would be rea-
sonable to give him a warning
first to tall his attention to
the undesired behavior and
have a chance to make a bet-
ter choice; if he does not,
than a time out, or a recess
penalty could be administered
to get his attention.
It is important to work on
extinguishing one problematic.
behavior at a time, so priori-
tize them and pick one to
focus on until it is under con-
trol before moving to the next
problem.
The teacher should give lots
of praise and "catch him"
doing the right thing to
enforce the behavior she
would like to see.
If either you or she find that
you still have serious con-
cerns, ask your pediatrician
for a referral to consult with a
psychologist.
To submit an anonymous
question, go to
www.CentralFloridaMentalHealt'
h.com and click the "Talking
with Tori" icon. Tori Kelley,
Ph.D. is a licensed psychothera-
pist practicing in Clermont. The
contents of this column are for
informational purposes only and
are not meant to be used as a
substitute for professional thera-
py.
Tori Kelley, Ph.D., LMHC,
Owner Central Florida Mental
Health, Inc., 221 North Highway
27, Suite B, Clermont. Tel. 536-
2364, fax. 536-2370, www.cen-
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TOURNEY GAME TO ORLANDO

CHRISTIAN PREP AT THE MAIT

FRANK JOLLEY
Sports Editor
MONTVERDE -
Reggie Kohn has been in countless big basketball games
in his playing and coaching career. The former Winter
Park Lake Howell standout was a prep legend in the
1990s as a high-scoring guard, leading the Silver
Hawks to a state championship.
After hanging up his sneakers, Kohn stayed involved with
the game as a coach and led Orlando Christian Prep to the
Class 1A state championship in 2008. Despite his many suc-
cesses, however, Kohn said Friday night's 40-32 win against
Montverde Academy at the Montverde Academy Invitational
Tournament may have been the biggest win of his career.
"This was a huge win for our program and for me," Kohn
said. "Especially to beat a team like Montverde Academy on
their floor. We did just enough things right to pull this one
out. It was a grinder. Every possession meant something and it
might not have been pretty to watch, but it sure was exciting
to be a part of."
The Warriors (22-2), who will play Henderson (Nev.) Findlay
See ORLANDO CHRISTIAN, B4

Photography by y Keri Rasmussen-Bekier
and Victoria Aldrich
South Lake Press


--
Left: Montverde Academy's Justin Jackson drives for the basket as
Orlando Christian Prep's Keith Clanton, left and Oral Jones tries to block
during the Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament on Friday
.Above: Jackson goes in for a lay-up against Orlando Christian Prep
during the Montverde Invitational Tournament on Friday.


KIMBERLY SARMIENTO
South Lake Correspondent
MONTVERDE For the
finall game on the opening
l:ay of the Montverde
,Academy Invitational
tournament Thursday, the
)Mount Dora Hurricanes went
lip against the home team -
Jhe Montverde Academy
Eagles.
: The Henry D. Roberts
l3ymnasium was jammed for
the contest, including college
recruiters from around the
country including UCF, Penn
State, Florida, Stetson and
South Carolina, and watched
the Eagles come from behind
in the second half to win 59-
44.
Montverde Academy's
average height is 6-foot-5
and it starts several players


taller than Logan Bridges,
who at 6-foot-8 is the tallest
members of the Hurricanes.
Despite the size disparity,
Mount Dora who entered
the tournament with an 8-9
record, led Montverde (17-5)
33-28 at the half. Much of
that success came from the
perimeter as Bridges sank
four 3 pointers in the half -
tying him for most three-
point shots made in a half in
the tournament's history.
But the second half was a
different game.
Bridges was minimized,
sinking only one trey after
the break, and Mount Dora
was held to a total of 11
points in the second half.
"It was the tale of two
halfs," said Montverde
Coach Kevin Sutton. "We


started Marek (Legorce-Ross)
in the second half and he is a
great defender."
Midway through the third,
after forward Justin Jackson
was fouled in his lay-up his
extra point from the free-
throw line gave Montverde a
two-point lead. It was their
first of the game. A series of
fouls by Mount Dora allowed
Montverde who was 18 of
25 at the line to build on
that lead. By the end of the
third, they were up by nine.
Give Montverde an inch
and they will take a mile.
James Bell proved that point
when he sunk a dunk off the
alley-oop at the start of the
fourth to the wild cheers of
the packed stands. With a


See MOUNT DORA, B4


Montverde senior
forward Rob Chubb (33)
and senior center Ruslan
Pateev (23) scramble for
the ball in overtime
action during the
Montverde Academy
invitational Tournament
on Saturday at the
school. The Eagles beat
Winter Springs, 53-50.










Noel's


16 points help South


South Lake learns in loss against

nationally-ranked Findlay Prep


KIMBERLY SARMIENTO
South Lake correspondent
MONTVERDE In the opening game of the
Montverde Academy Invitational
Tournament Thursday, the Findlay Prep
Pilots squared off against the South Lake
Eagles.
Last year, in their second season, the Pilots,
from Henderson, Nev., finished 32-1 and
were declared the second-best national prep
school in the country.
Undefeated thus far this season (21-0), the
Pilots easily routed the Eagles (11-9) 70-26.
Findlay Prep showed early why it is in the
midst of a perfect season, outscoring South
Lake 20-7 in the first quarter alone. A buzzer-
beating dunk by Pilots' forward Victor Rudd
gave Findlay Prep a 38-18 advantage going
into intermission.
The break only energized the Pilots as they
played their best quarter yet. The Findlay
Prep players were smiling throughout the
third particularly when Avery Bradley hung
on the rim a few seconds after an easy dunk
and Carlos Lopez put in an easy layup. It was
clear that the Pilots were enjoying this game.
*: On the other side of the court, the Eagles
'were losing heart scoring just eight points in
'he second half. The last points of the game
weree scored by Rudd as he put in back-to-
back dunks on the alley-oop. Rudd led the
,Tilots in scoring with 26 points.
i The lead scorers for South Lake were Roy
VIoel with 10 points and Matt Chattin with
pine. Those points came almost entirely from
*the perimeter (Noel was one for two at the
ine). That outside game may help South Lake
:step up today and Saturday to meet Coach
parcell Thomas' expectations for the rest of
'he tournament.


Findlay Prep's Godwin Okonji blocks a basket
attempt by South Lake High's Victor Rudd shoots
against South Lake High's Nijah Cunningham
during the Monteverde Academy Invitational
Tournament Thursday at Montverde Academy.
Findlay Prep, from Henderson, Nev., beat South
Lake 70-26.
"I think our chances are good for the dura-
tion of the tournament," Thomas said. "I'm
expecting us to bounce back (today),"
Thomas said. "We just played a great team.
They are number one for a reason."
In the tournament's second game, Choice

See SOUTH LAKE, B4


Lake outlast Mount Dora


KIMBERLY SARMIENTO
South Lake Correspondent
The last day of the Montverde Academy
Invitational Tournament opened with the
South Lake Eagles defeating the Mount Dora
Hurricanes, 47-33.
Jordan Ozerities got the Hurricanes off to
an energetic start putting the first four
points on the board for Mount Dora. His
efforts combined with Logan Bridges' shoot-
ing gave Mount Dora a 12-5 lead at the end
of the first.
But South Lake fought back and took the
lead late in the first half when Roy Noel
sunk a clean three. The Eagles took a five
point-lead into the locker rooms after Nigel
Cunningham put in a lay-up in the final
seconds of the half.
The Eagles played nearly identical quarters
in the second and the third. They added 19
points to their score each period while hold-
ing Mount Dora to seven points in the sec-
ond then eight in the third.
South Lake coach Marcel Thomas rotated


out his entire line-up early in the fourth
which may explain why the Eagles only
added another four point to their final score
that quarter. But he did it as an exercise to
prepare for district competition which is
how he has looked at participation in this
tournament.
"We're trying to build on our depth,"
Thomas explained. "You never know what is
going to happen in districts. Someone you
rely on might get in foul trouble or foul out
late in a game," he said.
"Our guys came out a little slack," he said
of the game against Mount Dora. "We ended
up picking it up." Cunningham and Noel
led South Lake with 16 points each.
The Eagles finished tournament play at
12-10 and enters the playoffs second in their
district. South Lake opens against Bishop
Moore on Feb. 10.
South Lake faces East Ridge on Tuesday.
Anthony Harley and Logan Bridges tied to
lead Mount Dora in scoring with 11 points
each.


Findlay Prep ekes out 62-58 championship win


KIMBERLY SARMIENTO
South Lake Correspondent
The Championship game
of the Montverde Academy
Invitational Tournament pit-
ted USA Today's number one
team in the nation the
undefeated Findlay Prep
Pilots against the defending
1A Florida State Champions
- the Orlando Christian
Warriors.
Not surprisingly, the com-
petition between the two


teams was intense. Every
shot mattered and no sec-
ond was wasted as every bas-
ket, made or allowed, could
make the difference between
winning and losing.
With eight seconds left in
a tied game, one question
hung in the air for Findlay
Prep as they held the ball -
would they see the end of
their perfect season in a hos-
tile stadium packed with
Orlando Christian fans.


Avery Bradley answered
that question when he
scored to give Findlay Prep
the lead then added two
more at the free-throw line
to put the game away. The
Pilots defeated the Warriors
62-58.
A three-point shot at the
buzzer by Carlos Lopez
ended the first quarter with
Findlay Prep leading 20-17.
See CHAMPIONSHIP, B4


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Second-half push lifts Montverde Academy

to a 59-44 triumph against Mount Dora









Friday, February 6, 2009 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B3


Hudgins wins, misses mark


FRANK JOLLEY
Sports Editor
TAVARES Bryan Hudgins went
into the final round of the
Bassmaster Southern Open with
two goals.
. The tournament frontrunner
.after two days entered Saturday
'needing 29 pounds, 8 ounces to set
.a new three-day weight record and
:after landing more than 30 pounds
Friday, he felt the record was within
:reach.
" Hudgins also wanted to make cer-
tain he didn't get so wrapped up
:chasing the record on the Harris
-Chain of Lakes that he wound up
'coughing up a tournament title.
, The Orange Park angler accom-
:plished one of those goals, but fell
short of the other.
:* Hudgins boated a solid 14-9 five-
:fish limit to earn his first career win
:and $50,657 in prize money, beat-
ing runner up Scott Ashmore by
.more than 10 pounds. His three-
'.day total of 68-6 fell short of the
'Bassmaster record of 83-5, set in
,'2000 by Byron Velvick on Clear
:Lake, Calif.
"This has always been a special
'fishery to me," Hudgins told a
'capacity crowd at Wooton Park. "I
"fish here quite a bit and I know
.what it's capable of producing. You
'have to catch fish every day to win
-- you can't rely on one good day at
:a place like this.
:- "Even today, when a significant
' weather changed really affected the
:fish and you have to work a lot
harder to find the bass and catch


them, you still have to come in
with a solid sack to win."
Hudgins set the stage for
Saturday's finale with a 30-15 catch
Friday, good enough to give him a
6-3 lead over first-day leader John
Kremer.
Anglers launched Saturday in
sunny, but near-freezing conditions
after enjoying temperatures in the
60s and 70s for the first two days.
As expected, the cooler made the
less aggressive and forced anglers to
slow down approach.
Hudgins relied on his past experi-
ences on the waterway and flipped
into the pads and grass on Lake
Carlton. He said many of the fish
he caught were in the process of set-
ting up beds on which they could
lay their eggs.
"You could see them moving up
to bed, but they weren't looking for
food," Hudgins said. "I hit some
spots and moved on, and came
back a couple of hours later and saw
that the bass had set up their beds.
I expected it to be slower
(Saturday), but I didn't think I
would see them setting up beds that
quickly.
"Florida bass are pretty tough.
They get used to the weather
changes and just go about their
business, almost in spite of the cold
water."
Prior to Saturday, Hudgins' best
career finish was third-place at the
2006 Wild-Card qualifier, also held
on the Harris Chain. In that tourna-
ment, also a three-day event,
Hudgins landed 32-13 pounds and


"You can't rely on one
good day at a place like
this."

Bryan Hudgins, Orange Park

earned $29,310.
Second place went to Oklahoma
angler Scott Ashmore with 58-2
pounds. The third-to-last angler to
weigh in,- Ashmore toted a 12-1
limit to the scales and briefly held
the tournament lead.I
Ashmore fished in Lake Griffin
Saturday and said he was forced to
fish slowly and patiently. He spent
the entire tournament flipping
worms in the same general loca-
tion.
"I couldn't see the fish I was
catching," Ashmore said. "Some of
them were bedding and others were
.near the bank. They weren't doing a
lot out there, so (Saturday) was def-
initely a lot more work than it was
Thursday and Friday.
"Still, I can't complain. This was
the best finish of my career and,
hopefully, it will be the start of very
good season for me."
Lakeland's Bobby Lane finished
third with 54-13. After beginning
the day in fourth place, Lane relied
on his equipment and past history
on the fishery to overcome the
weather and land 14-11.
Lane finished third in last sea-
son's Bassmaster Elite Series


Sunshine Showdown on Harris
Chain. During that stop, Lane and
the rest of the field endured a sig-
nificant cold front passing through
the area that brought wind, rain
and bitterly cold temperatures.
"The weather definitely got tough
(Saturday)," Lane said. "I managed
to find some bed and let my gear
work for me. For me, any kind of
black-and-blue bait on a 65-pound
test line was a good combination,
I'm surprised I caught what I did,
but I've been through weather on
this lake and I relied on that experi-
ence to produce a solid finish."
Kremer dropped from second
place after Friday's round to finish
fourth. The Sanford native landed
only one fish a 3-12 pounder -
after opening with limits on the
first two days totalling 47-10.
"I simply spent too long in a bad
spot," Kremer said. "The weather
was a factor, but I cost myself a shot
to win by not moving. Late in the
day (Saturday), I moved into some
grass and caught my fish. If I


These two bass
helped Bryan
Hudgins of Orange
Park win the pro
division of the
Bassmasters
Southern Open
Saturday at Wooton
Park.



VICTORIA ALDRICH /
SOUTH LAKE PRESS

would've done that earlier in the
day, I think could've had a better
showing.
"Fourth place is okay though.
There's a lot of guys below me who
would love to be sitting where I at'
On the co-angler side, Donnit
Dodd from Alabama earned his first
win with 32-7. Dodd, who began
Saturday in fourth place, held off
Tampa's Marlon Crowder for the
victory. Crowder was the second-
day leader with 25-11, but he man-
aged only 4-15 Saturday to finish
second.
For his win, Dodd earned a fully
equipped fishing boat.
In total, more than $200,000 was
awarded to 193-professional angler
field, with the top 50 earning
checks.
The next stop on the Southern
Open will be April 30-May 2 on
Wheeler Lake in Decatur, Ala. -
The Bassmaster Elite Series is s&t
to start Feb. 20-22 with the
Bassmaster Classic on the Red River
near Shreveport, La.


Super Bowl and Springsteen, both were superb


I saw my first Bruce
Springsteen concert Sunday
night.
Oh yeah, there was quite a
football game wrapped
around the Boss' 12-minute
gig.
The Arizona Cardinals and
-Pittsburgh Steelers provided
'the Super Bowl warmup act
:for Springsteen, filling 30
minutes of football time
with enough momentum
swings to send even the
-most dedicated fans running
:for the refreshment stand to
-recharge. their batteries.
The 43rd edition of
-America's greatest sporting
spectacle was proved to be
:one of the best ever played.
4nd even Pittsburgh line-
lbacker James Harrison's 100-
~ard interception return for
2 touchdown on the final
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live forever in my mind. I
had the opportunity to meet
some of the craziest and
wacky fans I've ever run
into. I saw those same fans,
most of them wearing
Pittsburgh's black-and-gold
jerseys, although some were
adorned in Cardinals colors,
enjoying each other's com-
pany and toasting their
teams with a cold beverage.
At times, it almost seemed
like Steelers fans were show-
ing fans of the upstart
Cardinals how to react to
the demands of Super Bowl
Sunday. .
An Auburn-Alabama game
it was not.
Why is there so much pas-
sion for the Super Bowl? It's
just another football game,
right? The winner will be
declared the league champi-


on, but both of the teams
playing Sunday went
through virtually the same
ceremony two weeks ago
when they won their confer-
ence titles. The only differ-
ence Sunday was that the
trophy is little larger and the
financial payout to both
teams is somewhat more.
After spending a few hours
with some fans who made
the drive from Pittsburgh
and running into a couple
who jetted in from Arizona,
I think I've finally figured
out the true meaning of the
Super Bowl.
The game isn't for the
teams or the players, as
much as it is for the fans.
SPittsburgh fans live and
die with the Steelers. The
franchise is a source of pride
for residents of a city that,
like many rust-belt towns, is
struggling with an economy
that only seems to be get-
ting worse.
No matter what is happen-
ing in a fan's day-to-day life,
for three hours every Sunday
in the fall and winter, there
is no talk about whether
Monday will bring another
round of layoff notices or


LEISURE TIPS


The Downtown Clermont
Farmer's Market now has
Plant City Strawberries avail-
able. The Market is scheduled
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every
Sunday along W. Montrose St.,
historic downtown Clermont.
Shop the many vendors for
produce, plants, flowers,
cooked and prepared special-
ty foods. If you are interested
in becoming a vendor at the
.Market, call Cheryl Fishel at
394-8618.
City of Minneola
Recreation Department has
planned a "Minneola Gym
,Flix" at 6 p.m. in the City Hall
"Gymnasium. Admission is free,
blankets and lawn chairs are
welcome. There will be free
popcorn and lemonade as
well as Lil' Anthony's Pizza for
sale $2.50 for a slice and
drink. The feature presentation
Is the high-tech action packed
-adventure: "Transformers", the
showing will be the edited PG
Rated family version. For more
information, call 394-3598
Ext.229
The "KARAOKE MASTER"
Contest continues at Sports
on Tap (former
Benchwarmers) until Mar. 11.
Enter for a chance to win cash
and prizes. The Wednesday
semi-finals will be followed by
the finale at Pig on the Pond
on Saturday evening, March
14 with cash prizes and tro-
phies to be awarded at that
time. The is the third year that
the contest has been held in
conjunction with the popular
annual festival. The event is a
production of Smooth Musical
Entertainment owned by
Clermont resident and busi-
nessman, Mike Madawi. For
:mrpe information, call Mike


Madawi at 267-0044 or go to
www.smoothme.com
The South Lake Art
League has scheduled a
Photography Show from
Wednesday, Feb. 11 to
Saturday, Feb. 28 at the
League's Gallery, 776
Montrose St., Clermont.
Deadline for entry registration
is Saturday, Feb. 7. Entry fee is
$6 per photo for members and
$8 per photo for non-mem-


bers with a limit of three pho-
tos per person. Ribbons and
awards will be given at a
reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 13. For more
information, call Shirley
Sojourner at 394-7338 or go
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country during World War
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Kenesaw Mountain Landis
wrote to President Franklin
Roosevelt in the middle of
the war, oflring to put a


halt to the game until the
wvar had ended.
Roosevelt's response no
way!
The president felt baseball.
gave weary citizens, tired
after a long day on the job,
an outlet to relax and forget
about the troubles of the
.day. Turn the clock ahead
more than 60 years and the
Super Bowl provided every-
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either in person, at home, or
in the bar a reason to for-


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bling them and the nation.
Our problems are still
there this morning. The
game didn't change that.
Perhaps for Pittsburgh ana
Arizona fans, the economy
might not seem as bad as it
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days.
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ORLANDO CHRISTIAN
From B2


MOUNT DORA
From B2


Prep at 7:30 today for the tournament
championship, rebounded from an
eight-point deficit midway through the
third quarter to earn the win. Orlando
Christian Prep's 6-foot-8 center Keith
Clanton and 6-foot guard Tyshawn
Patterson paced the comeback.
Patterson scored five quick points to
virtually eliminate Montverde
Academy's 18-11 lead and Clanton
became a force on both ends of the
floor. In the fourth quarter, Clanton
made a pair of crucial blocks that
Orlando Christian Prep turned into
.baskets and enabled the Warriors to -
:build its final margin of victory.
"That little spurt that brought us
back in the third quarter after
Montverde Academy threatened to run
away was the deciding factor for us,"
Kohn said. "They were playing at home
and had the crowd behind them and
our kids wouldn't crumble. They
wouldn't quit and they found enough
to get back into the game. Once we got
the lead, they found enough offense
and played great defense to stay in
front."
Both teams struggled offensively in
the first half, never finding their
rhythm. Clanton scored six points to
keep the Warriors in the game. Rob
Chubb. paced Montverde Academy,
matching Clanton's offensive output.
The Eagles and the Warriors used a
variety of offensive attacks to find its
offense. Not until James Bell drained a
3 pointer in the opening seconds of
the third quarter did Montverde appear
comfortable on the offensive end of
the floor,
After Bell's bomb, the Eagles began
slashing to the basket and running the


baseline with more effectiveness. But
Orlando Christian Prep answered the
outburst with Clanton sealing off the
baseline and clogging up the middle.
"(Clanton) Is such a great player,"
Montverde Academy coach Kevin
Sutton said. "He plays with so much
poise and does everything so well. He's
a great defender, he can handle the ball
and he can step up and hit critical free
throws. He's proof of the quality of
high-school basketball players we have
here in Central Florida.
"I've got to give Orlando Christian
Prep all the credit in the world. They
never lost their composure and they
played well. They did the things you
have to do in order to win."
Patterson paced the Warriors with 17
points, followed by Clanton with 13.
Montverde Academy (18-6) was led
by Bell with 11 points, followed by
Chubb and Kaleb Clyburn with eight.
points apiece.
The Eagles will face nationally
ranked Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep
for tournament title. Henderson
Findlay Prep advanced to the finals
with a 65-21 throttling of Winter
Springs Friday.
The Pilots' superior size and quick-
ness proved too much for the Bears.
Henderson Findlay Prep used.a 31.0
scoring run over an 11-minute span in
the first and second quarters to put the
contest on Ice. During that run, Winter
Springs attempted 17 shots, but (ere
unable to slow down the Pilots..
Winter Springs' only offense In the
second quarter was provided by Louis
Jacobo, who sank a pair of free throws
with 11 seconds left in the quarter,
Jacobo also hit the Bears' only field


goal In the period, a turnaround at the
3 minute, 20 second mark in the first
quarter.
The Bears managed the same number
of field attempts at Henderson Findlay
Prep before intermission 23 but the
Pilots scored on 15 of those attempts,
as opposed to the Bears' lone basket.
A running clock was used midway
through the third quarter, due to the
35-point mercy rule.
Carlos Lopez, the Pilots' 6-foot-10
senior center, led the way during the
second-quarter onslaught with 10
points three dunks and a layup, com-
plimented with a pair of free throws.
Lopez, who has committed to UNLV,
finished with 14 points to tie for game-
high honors with Victor Rudd.
Winter Springs was led by Jacobo
with eight points.
In the opening two games Friday,
South Lake fell to Choice Academy 57-
37 and Mount Dora dropped a 70-53
decision to Oldsmar Christian.
The Hurricanes' sliced Oldsmar
Christian's lead to nine 52-43 early in
the fourth quarter, before.Oldsmar
Christian closed on an 18-10 scoring
run to sew up the win.
Today's final day will begin at 2:30
p.m. with South Lake facing off against
Mount Dora, followed by Choice
Academy and Oldsmar Christian taking
the floor at 4:10 p.m, Winter Springs
will face Orlando Montverde Academy
at 5:50 p.m,, with Orlando Christian
Prep and Henderson Findlay Prep
vying for the tournament champ.
onship at 7:30 p,m,
Tickets for the four-game set are $10,


LEISURE TIPS
From B3


"Biloxi Blues" Mar. 13 to
Apr. 12.
"Li'l Abner" May 8 to June
7,
The South Lake Art,
:League has scheduled a varl-
ety of Art Classes for this sea-
son from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at
the Art League's Gallery, 776
Montrose St., Clermont, The
classes are for both beginners


and advanced painters, The
registration fee is $30 with an
additional $10 for supplies or
you may bring your own.
ACRYLIC PAINTING Monday
- call Bob Panzinl at.242-5388
BEADING & JEWELRY -
Tuesday call Lorna Fleming at
394-6648 -
ACRYLIC PAINTING -
Wednesday Call Kathle


Camara at 241-6407
DRAWING Thursday Call
Beth Kreutz at 241-7665
OIL PAINTING Friday call
Harry Gray, Jr. at 243-0040
WATERCOLOR -from 1 3
p.m. Tuesday call Pat Percy at
863-424-3083.
ACRYLIC PAINTING II from
10 a.m. noon call Kathle
Camara at 241-6407


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LLC's Club Moulin Mystere: 7-
11p.m., Saturdays for those
who enjoy the unexpected
and love a good mystery,
Evenings of surprise artistic
performances by Ibcal artists,
comedians, dancers, and
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for age 21 and over.


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total of five team steals in the
second half, Montverde gave
everything they had to main-
tain control of the game.
Tempers rose late in the
fourth as Mount Dora was
whistled for two technical
fouls. Mount Dora coach
John Liptak and Hurricane
fans were displeased believ-
ing the refs missed fouls
committed by Montverde's
players in the exchange.


"It was a hotly contested
game," said Sutton. "I think
emotions just got involved
and we had to calm them
down,"
Jackson led Montverde in
scoring with 21 points and
11 rebounds. Bell followed
with 12 points and 8
rebounds.
Mount Dora's leading scor-
er was Anthony Harley with
20 points.


CHAMPIONSHIP
From B2

Orlando Christian built up a double-digit lead in the sec-
ond, but Victor Rudd's eight-point scoring run put Findlay
Prep right back in it. Before the half was over, the score was-
tied at 35.
The third quarter saw the battle between the two teams
intensify. D.J. Richardson's lay-up as time ran out in the
third gave Findlay a four-point lead going into the fourth.
The Pilots would go on to win the game by four, handing
Orlando Christian just their second loss of the season,
Montverde placed third in their own tournament defeat-
ing Winter Springs 53-50 in overtime.
With the game tied 45-45, Montverde held the ball as the
final seconds clicked off the clock. But they missed their
final shot, giving the last attempt in regulation to Winter
Springs. The Bears missed and the game went into overtime.
Montverde had to play overtime without one of their best
scorers, After getting in early foul trouble in the first half,
Justin Jackson fouled out with four minutes left in the
fourth,
A great deal of the points scored in overtime were done at
the free-throw line, but the key play of the game was when
Ruslan Pateev stole the ball from the Bears protecting
Montverde's then razor-thin two-point lead. Montverde
added one more point from the line giving them their three-
point victory.
The leading scorer for Montverde was James Bell with 24
points and five rebounds. Luis Jacobo led Winter Springs
with 18 points.
"We are the third best team in here," said Montverde
Coach Kevin Sutton. "We showed a lot of character
tonight."
All-MAIT team
The All Tournament Team consisted of Victor Rudd, Avery
Bradley and DJ. Richardson from Findley Prep, Keith
Clanton and Tyshawn Patterson from Orlando Christian
Prep, James Bell and Rob Chubb from Montverde Academy
and Luis Jacobo from Winter Springs High School.
The Most Outstanding Player was DJ. Richardson from
Findley Prep.
The Most Valuable Player was Keith Clanton from
Orlando Christian Prep.
SOUTH LAKE
From B2


Academy dropped a 51-46
decision to Winter Springs.
The lead scorers from
Choice Academy were Tony
Mitchell with 12 points and
Paul Sati with 11,
Choice Academy went into
half time with a 25-23 point
lead, but Winter Springs held


them to four points in the
third quarter while scoring
13 points themselves. The
fourth quarter saw several
momentum changes, but
ultimately the Bears won out.
The lead scorer from
Winter Springs was Luis
Jacobs with 20 points.


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NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE:
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These vehicles on
02/18/2009, 08:00 am at
19430 US HIGHWAY 27,
CLERMONT, FL 34715-
9028, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes, SOUTH
LAKE TOWING, .INC.
reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
1991 LES
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Feb.06, 2009


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SOUTH LAKE TOWING, INC.
gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and Intent to sell
these vehicles on
02/24/2009, 08:00 am at
19430 US HIGHWAY 27,
CLERMONT, FL 34715-
9028, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. SOUTH
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reserves the right to accept
or reject any and/or all bids.
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NOTICE OF PUBUC SALE:
SOUTH LAKE TOWING, INC.
gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and Intent to sell
these vehicles on
02/21/2009, 08:00 am at
19430 US HIGHWAY 27,
CLERMONT, FL 34715-
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subsection 713.78 of the
Florida Statutes. SOUTH
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008 Legal
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PUBUC NOTICE
to satisfy owners lien for
rent due In accordance
with Florida Statutes,
"The Self Storage
Facility Act" (Sections
83.801-83.809),
contents of the leased
storage units (individuals
Identified below)
Including all personal
property consisting of
miscellaneous
household Items,
furniture, clothing, boxes
and other items will be
sold at Public Auction to
the highest bidder (or
otherwise disposed of)
at the following
locations and times.'
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following the auction. All
units advertised may not
be available at the time
of auction In the event
of settlement between
owner and obligated
party.
SAFE-T-STORAGE I
300 E. DIVISION
MINNEOLA, FL 34715
Date: February 20, 2009
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Tenant Name Unit No.
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Edward Peckinpaugh 249
Marion Plummer 362
Damaris Burgof 2154

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MINNEOLA, FL 34715
Date: February 20, 2009
Time: 8:30 a.m.
Tenant Unit No.
Charles Duhart 392

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Date: February 20, 2009
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IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.:2008-CA-006015
DIVISION; 07
UCN:
352008CA006015XXCICI

BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY M. ROBERTS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
MARY M. ROBERTS; JOHN
DOE;
Defendants)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO THE FOLLOWING
DEFENDANT (S)
MARY M. ROBERTS
1756 W. SCHARTZ BLVD.
THE VILLAGES, FL. 32159
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action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following
property In LAKE County,
Florida.
LOT 1420, UNIT 7,
ORANGE BLOSSOM
GARDENS, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
27, PAGES 56 THROUGH
65, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Has been filed against you,
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on the
attorney for the Plaintiff:
NIXON & ASSOCIATES 3105
W. WATERS AVE., SUITE
204
Tampa, FL 33614
on or before (30) days from
the first publication of this
notice of action, and file the
Original with the Clerk of
this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's
attorneys or Immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint.
Dated on January 15, 2009
NEIL KELLY,
Clerk of the Clrtcuit Court,
LAKE County
P 0 Box 7800
TAVARES, FL 32778-7800
By: /s/W. TIIIman
As Deputy Clerk
No: 00133233
Jan. 23, 30, Feb.6 & 13
2009 1


003 Legal
Notices

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 09CP410DB
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLARD G. RUSSELL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of WILLARD G.
RUSSELL, deceased, whose
date of death was
November 24 2008, and
whose social security
number is 264-38-8948, is
pending In the Circuit Court
for Lake County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is 550
West Main Street, Tavares,
FL 32778. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, on whom
a copy of this notice Is
required to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this notice Is January 30,
2009
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
/s/ MareT. Blume, Esq.
Attorney for Helen V. Russell
Florida Bar No. 0493181
RO. Box 2763


008 Legal
Notices
Inverness, Florida 34451
Telephone:
(352) 726-7778
Fax: (352) 726-7798
Personal Representatives:
/s/ Helen V.. Russell
822 Hackett Court
Mt. Dora Florida 32757
No.: 00133811 ,
Jan. 30 & Feb. 6, 2009




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Fruitland Park area.
Please call 352-326-
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100 Personals
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values for long term
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Instruction


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Opportunities
WEEKLY PAYCHECK
Possible from home
mailing our mortgage
product postcards.
References Available.
No Advertsing
Required. Materials
provided. No
Gimmicks. 877-774-
9295

LIQUOR LICENSE
Lake County.
Price Reduced for
Quick Sale
Realtymasters Realtor
Call: 800-523-7651

810 Business
For Sale
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Dora. $70K. Some
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Sumter County Adult
Education Is seekIng a:
*DIGITAL
PHOTOGRAPHER
INSTRUCTOR
*C.N.A. INSTRUCTOR
Please call:
352-793-5719
for more Information.

410 Sales

SALES/OFFICE CLERK
SPart Time
20 hrs. per week.
Call 352-406-3379


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Knowledge of all areas
of accounting required.
Must be able to adjust
general ledger & issue
accurate financial
each month. Verifiable
work references
required. Fax resume
to 888-849-2506

425 Clerical
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Leesburg & the
Villages.
Fax resumes to 315-
4112

TITLE CLERK- PT
Experienced preferred
for Automotive
title work.
Send reply to Box 236
The Dally Commercial
P.O. Box 490007
Leesburg, FL
34749-0007

430 Retail

X-MART
SUPElCENTER
973 E. SR 44,
WILDWOOD, .FL 34785
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Lake Harris


BE A "C.NA."
In less than 40 hours.
Classes Forming Now
In Your Area for
days & weekends.
Cost Is $300 plus
State
examination fee.
Please call:
Florida Medical Prep
352-573-967


435 Medical

Doctors m
RNG ALL POSITlONS.
axesume to:
I 352-365-0330
GARE 6(1Vt, live In.
24/hr. Room, board,
salary. Exp/ref's.
Call 352-314-9361

FRONT DESKI
SUPERVISOR
Min. 2 yr. exp. for busy
oncology office.
Supervisory exp. a
plus.
Fax resume:
352-787-0178

FRONT OFFICE
medical exp. req'd for
busy medical office
In Leesburg.
Fax resume to:
352-728-8030 or
352-307-2520
or email
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INDIV'MUALS WAIN I
That are willing to work
with developmentally
disabled individuals
who need help with
daily task. Must pass
Level II Backgrounc
Screen. FT/PT hrs.
Fax resume to 352-
621-0503
U1UNW MetNAI.AL
HEALTH THERAPIST
or Ucensed Clinical
Social Worker
Must be able to pass
Level II background
screening. Req home
visits. Pay $40 per hr.
Please call 352-621-
0502

MEDICAL ASST.
Immediate opening for
family Medical office.
Exp. & phlebotomy req.
Fax resume 352-360-
0668


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SPORTS CALENDAR


-A Bass Fishing
Tournament to benefit South
Lake High School Football
Program, sponsored by HT3
Outdoors, is scheduled from
"safe light" to 3 p.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 28 at Hickory
koint Recreation Facility ramp
and is open to all entrants.
This will be a team tourna-
ment with a $125 Team
Registration Fee. There will be
a $1,000 cash prize guaran-
teed for 1st place. For more
information, call Ryan Langley
at 407-616-5295 or email
southlakefootball@hotmail.co
m
S- The Green Valley Country
Club Ladies Nine-T-Niners (a
9-Hole group) recently donat-
ed $200, part of the proceeds
from the Invitational "Golfing
With the Stars" to the South
take High School Girls Golf
program and is open to ladies
who wish to play just 9 holes,
all skill levels are welcome
and course membership is
pot required.
: For more information tall
Jerri at 242-0496 oq.,athy at
f42-2541. ":
A Minneola Recreation
Oepartmeriffis planned a
Spring Ipckey League in the
tity of Minneola Gymnasium
lor boys&& girls ages 6 -.15. All
practice 'and games will be on
Monday or Tuesday rights
beginning in late February,
Depending on number of
teams.iAll players will be
required to wear protective
equipment including helmet
with face guard. Running is
involved but no skating skills


are required Come learn
hockey skills, teamwork and
have fun in an air-conditioned
environment.
Fee for the league is $40
for Minneola residents and
$50 for non-residents.
Registration deadline is Feb.
19 or until program is full. Age
by March 3, 2009 will deter-
mine playing age and age divi-
sions will be determined by
number and age of regis-
trants. A League orientation
meeting will be held at 6:30
p.m. Feb. 10 at the Minneola
City Hall Gym. Volunteer
coaches urgently needed. For
more information call 394-
3598, ext.227
The City of Minneola
Recreation Department is
offering adults/seniors the
opportunity to utilize the City
Hall Gymnasium as a place to
walk for fitness and exercise.
The gym is open on Thurs.
and Fri. 7:45 a.m.-9 a.m. No
registration necessary and the
cost is free. For more informa-
tion, call the Minneola
-Recreation Department at
394-3598, ext. 229.
Cutting Edge Sports and
Fitness has scheduled a "Kids
Fit 'N' Fun" program for chil-
dren ages 8-11, 4:30 to 5:30
p.m. every Tues. and Thur.,
through Mar. 1 at Trail Head
Park, 317 Madison Ave.,
Minneola. An easy, fun and
exciting way for kids to stay fit
and healthy. Registration fee is
$45 for a four week program
includes a water bottle and
awards at the end of the pro-
gram. For more information


call Eric at 978-6740.
-The City of Minneola
Recreation Department has
scheduled a fall Aerobics
Class from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
every Monday and
Wednesday. The class will
combine traditional "floor"
aerobics for all fitness levels,
followed by a muscle
strength/toning segment, as
well as stabilization exercises
that target the body's core '
muscles. Each participant will
be able to customize their
own workout. Instructor is
Lee O'Donnell" certified fitness
professional and 15 year fit-
ness industry veteran. Fee for
the class is $85 for Minneola
residents and $95 for non-res-
idents. To register, call 394-
3598 ext. 227. Space is limit-
ed.
-Adult Pickup Co-ed
Volleyball Program: 6:30 to
9:30 p.m. every Thursday at -
the City of Minneola's gym.
Cost is $2 per player.
The City of Minneola
Recreation Department has
scheduled a series of baton
twirling lessons for girls ages
six and up from 4-6 p.m. every
Mon. to May. $30 for resi-
dents, $35 for non-residents
per month plus a one time
registration fee that includes a
t-shirt. Coach Krlsti Carver,
who has been twirling in the
central Florida area since
1984, will be the instructorr
For more information and to
register, call 407 637-6474.


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CLUB NOTES


-A new club South Lake
Woodworkers have scheduled
meetings at 7 p.m. the first
Tuesday of the month and the,
10 a.m. the third Tuesday at
18235 CR 455, Clermont. For
.more information, call Rollin
Patrick at 407-496-1143 or e-
mail boxnotbbx@embarq-
mail.com
Clermont Garden Club
has scheduled a series of flo-
ral design classes from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9 and
16 at the Mildred Amateis
Garden Center, 849 West Ave.,
Clermont. For more informa-
tion, call Carolyn Schaag at
365-6434' or e-mail' '
,edward.carolyn.schaag@juno.
.com
S- "The Christian Women's
:Club of Southlake, sponsored
:by Stonecroft Ministries, have
:scheduled their Monthly
:Luncheon Meeting from 11:30
a.m.to 1 p.m. on Monday,
'Feb. 16 at Sanctuary Ridge
'Golf Club,2601 Diamond Club
Dr. Clermont. The program
will be by inspirational speak-
er, Maria Goodsell with a spe-
cial feature presented by
Steve Smith. The luncheon will
.be $14 per person; and reser-
vations are required. For
More information or reserva-
,tions, call Janice Bell at 407-
469-4511. Everyone is wel-
iome to attend.

RESULTS
Winners of Monday Night
Bridge at the Clermont
,Recreation Club in the Kehlor
Building for Jan. 26 were: 1st
place, Judy Herzig; 2nd place,
George Bergh; 3rd place,
Radka Vatev; 4th place, Dave
Herzig. All intermediate' level
bridge players are welcome.
Call 394-5803 for additional
information. Play begins at 7


ONGOING


Moms Club for infor-
mation, call 536-1219.
-- Clermont Shuffleboard
Club -1 p.m., Tuesdays and
Friday, Kehlor Park, corner of
Fifth St. & Minneola, Clermont.
Call 242-9755 or 394-6597.
-Alpha Delta Kappa
Sorority, call 243-9310.
SATURDAY
South Lake Arts League,
Artist 1 p.m. first Saturday,
South Lake Arts League
Gallery, 776 Montrose St.,
Clermont.
-The Chess Club 10
a.m.-6 p.m., Saturdays, all lev-
els of experience, Kehlor
Bldg., corner of Fifth St. and
Minneola, Clermont. Call 242-
9697.
Clermont Pet Therapy
Group 2 to 3 p.m., every
fourth Saturday. Train pets to
visit hospitals, nursing homes,
and schools to share the
unconditional love that dogs
can give to those in need.
Meg King at 243-2098 or
www.pettherapy meetup.com/
157.
SUNDAY
South Lake Atheists and
Freethinkers second and
fourth Sunday at different
locations and times. For more
information, go online to
www.atheists.meetup.com/65
5/
Sons of the American
Legion noon, second
Sunday, American Legion Post
55, 1063 DeSoto St., Clermont.
Call 394-4472.
Scrabble Club of
Clermont 1 p.m., every
Sunday, Kehlor Club, corner of
Fifth St. and Minneola,
Clermont. Call 348-3879.
MONDAY
Auxiliary of the American
Legion 7 p. m., second
Monday, American Legion


Post 55, 1063 DeSoto St.,
Clermont. Call 394-4472
Sons of Italy 7 p.m.,
third Monday, Jenkins
Auditorium. Call John
Mastroianni, president, at 394-
7828.
MOPS I -9:30-11:30
a.m., second and fourth
Monday, social hall, First
United Methodist Church, 950
7th St., Clermont. Call 227-
9688
MOPS 2 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., first and third Mondays,
social hall, Church at South
Lake, 332 Mohawk Rd. Call
536-1844


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compensation
dependent on exp. &
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needed, $250.00 sign
on bonus for full time,
$250.00 for part time.
Great benefits. Call
April at 352-429-0014.

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POSTAL JOBS
$17.80 to $59.00
hour Entry Level. No
Experience
Required/NOW
HIRING! Green Card.
O.K. Call-800-370-
0146 ext. 52


RETAIL SALES
BUILDING SUPPLIES
Full Time, 8am -5pm
Apply In person:
1095 N. 14th St.
Leesburg


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Financial aid if
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Excellent Pay.
Stateside and
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Fast paced Veterinary
practice seeking
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strong work ethic
mandatory, heavy
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weekends and some
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service phone skills
must be able to multi-
task work well with
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Fax resumes to:
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Paid training, Full
benefits. Call for
information on
current hiring
positions in
Homeland Security,
Wildlife, Clerical &
Professional.
1-800-320-9353


HOUSEKEEPING FT/PT
Executive Homes,
Windermere area
Must speak English,
transportation
needed No nights or
weekends Accepting
applications from
South Lake & West
Orange Counties
only. 407-877-9300


MOVIEEXTRAS/MODELS
NEEDEDI Earn $100-
$300 per day. No
Experience Required.
PT/FT. All Looks and
Ages Needed. Call
Now! 1-800-605-
6851

MYSTERY Shoppers
earn summer gas'
money. Up to
150$/day.Undercover
shoppers needed to
judge retail and
dining
establishments. Exp.
not req. 800-742-
6941


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day! Undercover
shoppers needed to
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establishments.
Exp. not required.
Please call:
1-877-758-2861


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school & more.
No exp. needed.
H.S. Graduates
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Call Mon. Fri.
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POST OFFICE NOW
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CHIHUAHUAS, pups,
CKC registered, 12
: .wks old, health cert.
$250 ea. 205-2353

KITTENS 4 mo. & older,
shots & fixed. Free to
good home. Call
352-429-9602.

PIT BULL female, 2 yr.
old, spayed, brindle,
w/white on chest &
face FREE 999-1586

YELLOW LABRADOR
4 yrs., Spade &
shots.. Free to good
home. 742-1458

YORKIES (2) puppies (1)
male (1) female. 8
wk old. Home-raised,
parents on premises.
Precious, Parents
under 7 Ib.. AKC
w/Champion blood-
lines, micro chipped,
health cert.. Lifetime
warranty against
defects. Asking
$1,000 Please Call
352-406-9069
520 Uvestock


HAY for Sale, 4'x5'
Bahia, not fertilized.
$35/roll. Call 352-
303-0791

WATER TANK
poly, 100 gallon.
Asking $60. Please
call 352-793-1645

560 Pet
Supplies


CAGE, fA6"x23", white &
'green base
w/wheels. Asking
$75. 352-217-0575


560 Pet
Supplies
CAGE, Ig. & medium
for a dog. $100 for
both. 352-551-8798

CRATE, good cond. like
new, 19"x20"x24",
Carrier, 18"x26"x22"
$50/all. 753-7795

DOG CRATE, metal 48"
x 30" x 30" 2 doors
+ divider for Ig. dog.
$90. 308-9286

PET CARRIER BAG,
.nylon, like new,
airline approve,
12x10x20. $25.
352-323-8168




600
Merchandise
Mart



601 Antiques
CLOCK ANTIQUE Eight
Day wall, 'German
movement, excel.
$95.314-3073
STEAMER TRUNK, Old,
flat top. Asking $40.
352-435-0350

808 Collectblues
CHILDREN'S BOOKS
(100) old, hard & soft
cover.. Good Cond.
$100. 315-1612

DICKENS Christmas
lighted houses,
3/$45. Call 352-
728-8460

DOLL 2 1/2' tall, blonde
hair, dressed In
velvet. $25. Please
call 352-751-6252

GRANDMA MOSES
(4) framed authorized
'paintings. $30. 352-
330-4484

JOE CAMEL
memorabilia, cups,
decks golf balls &
etc. $35. 352-330-
4484

PICTURE, 18"x22"
"Laughing Christ"'
from Branson. $35.
352-728-6036

QUILT-YO-YO
50"x68" all colors.
Asking $100. Please.
call 352-728-6036

RIFLE Kentuckian
muzzel load, long,
black powder. $165.
Call 352-330-4484

TEA SET, Hummel,
Umbrella girl. Asking
$500 Call 352-742-
9923

TRUCKS, COKE,.,
18 wheeler, '01, '02,
'03 & '04. $100/all.
Call 352-742-0529

TRUCKS,HESS,
-1995 '00, '01, & '04;
$100/all. Call 352
742-0529

604 Furniture
ALL NEW Queen-size
Orthopedic pillowtop
mattress w/
boxsprings only
$375, w/warranty.
Can deliver Call 352-'
552-0525
BED All.new
Ortho Plllowtop
SMattress
w/boxsprings.
Queen-size
with warranty
Starting at




$160 Can deliver
352-243-1021

BED All new
Ortho King-size
pillowtop mattress
& boxsprings
with warranty
Starting at
$250. Can deliver




352-243-1021


BED All new Memory
Foam Mattress.
Starting at $399
incl. warranty
Can deliver





352-243-1021

BED full size Sealy
Posturepedic. Clean
& excel. cond. $100.
352-406-1127
BEDROOM SET, .
dresser nightstands
$100. 352-728-1227


804 Furniture
BEDS NEW



Full, Queen &
King Size
Ortho Pillow top.
W/warranty. Starting at
$120. Can deliver.
Call 352-394-5813

BED ROOM Set, 5pc,
Italian black laqueur.
Big king. $300 Call
321-206-3503

BED, Queen, double
pillowtop, Kingcoil.
Deck base/6 drawer
storage. Book case
headboard. $299.
413-519-3377

BED, queen, mattress,
box springs & frame,
like new. Asking $75.
606-571-4224
BEDROOM SET $895



Gorgeous custom 6
pc. brand new
bedroom set. Still In
boxes. Can deliver
Warranty
352-394-4372

CABINET for television/
stereo, 3 shelves
. 36"x 26"x 23. $60.
Call 352-348-1221

CHAIR beige, rocker/
recliner/glider. Asking
$65. Please call
'585-317-1842
CHAIR High back black
vinyl. Like New. $25.
Call 352-793-3295

CHAIR over-stuffed, off
white fabric, like
new. Asking $60.
352-568-2007

CHAIR, Rocker, blue &
gold. Good cond.
Asking $50. Please
call 352-735-1874.
CHAIRS folding, (2)
$10/both. Call 352-
728-4584

I NA CABINET, looks
Snew. Asking $275.
352-561-4157

CHINA HUTCH
black, 6:5'x4', glass
door. Asking $98.
Call 352-942-0048

COFFEE TABLE (2) &
SOFA TABLE, metal
w/heavy glass tops.
$?6 SOLD

COFFEE TABLE
glass top, light oak'
finish. Asking $50
obo. 352-742-9094

COFFEE TABLE wood,
glass, wrought iron.
$50. Call 352-793-
3295

COUCH & LOVESEAT
Med. Brown cloth
Clean, attractive.
$200. 346-5565

CURIO CABINET cherry,
glass front & sides
w/5 glass shelves.
Asking $250. 407-
7329-0898

DAY BED W/TRUNDLE
king size, brown
wicker, like new.
$9,$$ SOLD $8$

DAYBED w/trundle, twin
size, 2 set bedding,
comforters & skirting.
1 mattress, never
used. $4.0. $$$
SOLD $$$

DESK Solid wood, 60+
yrs old. Excel Shape,
1 file 7 drawers.
.$99/obo. 516-3596

DESK, computer, good
cond. Asking $75.
352-516-8009 call
between 9am & 9pm

DINETTE SET
4/chairs, rectangular.
Asking $45. 352-
735-1874

DINETTE SET
with 4 chairs,
rectangular. Asking
$40.352-735-1454

DINING ROOM SET,
temple Stewart, 72"
long hutch/buffet.
Table 2 leafs w/pad..


4 captain chairs,
$1,000 931-735-
1496

DINING SET, round glass
table w/4 chairs.
Asking $200/obo.
Call 352-315-1578

DINING TABLE with 4
chairs, Pub style, 2
months old. $44
fri -SOLDI

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, holds 32"
TV, great cond. $40.
352-365-6588


604 Furniture
DINING TABLE, by
Broyhill, Topical
Retreat collection,
44"x72", expands to
a 108" w/2 leafs.
$250. Call 352-742-
2481

DRESSER/MIRROR &
HEADBOARD queen
size with shelves,
blonde wood. $300.
352-504-0419
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER. Asking $40.
352-728-6514

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, Oak, Free
27" color TV. $95
847-651-9653

ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, on rollers
w/ lots of storage. 60
x 53. $100 748-
5268
FUTON $299



Brand new. all wood
frame & plush 8"
mattress, w/warranty
Delivery available
Call: 352-394-3593

FUTON black metal with
mattress, good cond.
Asking- $65. Please
call 352-552-2147

FUTON, black & white
checkered. Asking
$"6. Please call
SOLDIIIII

GLASS TABLE TOP
thick, beveled. -Like
New! $65. Call 352-
396-2961

HI LOW TABLE, great for
an handicap person,
computer or RV. $80.
352-874-1350

HUTCH Cherry 4
drawers, 2 doors.
See to believe. $95
firm. Call 352-365-
2888
HULTCH, Cabinet, 2 pc.
Asking $495. Please
call 352-753-1271

ISLAND, Excel. Cond.
Asking $325. Please
call 352-753-1271

LIVING ROOM SET




$699 Brand new plush
micro-fiber sofa &
loveseat, can
deliver.
Call: 352-394-3593

MATTRESS SET, twin,
Seal Posturepedic,
good cond. $50.
793-5382. (Sumter)




















RECUNER, Wingback,
Excel. Cond. $125.
352-753-1271

SCHOOL DESK
hardwood chair style.
From the 60's. $20.
449-9881 (Webster).

SLEEPER SOFA, real
good condo. Asking
$50. Please call.
606-571-4224

SOFA & CHAIR Italian
black 'leather
w/coffee .& end
tables, excel cond.
$750. 352-504-
0419

SOFA 98"L& LOVESEAT
75" L matching, light
floral print. '$100
352-750-4247

SOFA TABLE,
light cream, good


shape. $50. Please
call. 352-250-2895

TABLE 4'.5"Lx 1'7"W x
25" H, glass top.
$25/obo. Call 352-
787-0613
TABLE round w/2
leaves. $65. Call 352-
326-2893

TABLE wall mounted
pull-out. Asking
$100. Please call
352-343-7047

TABLE white vintage
wicker, beautiful, 40"
glass top. $85. 352-
406-4316


604 Furniture

TABLE, Vintage,
porcelain, has leafs
that pulls out on
sides. $100 343-
1917

TABLES (2) END
TABLES, rattan legs
& white tops. $45 for
the set. 343-1963

TABLES, 2 glass top
tables 2 x 2 shiny
black. Nice $30.
352-330-4338

WICKER SET Rocker,
Joveseat, & 2/coffee
tables & end table.
$80. 352-504-6406

605 Appliances

APPLIANCE REPAIRS &
SALES from $60-
$70 and Up. Call
352-504-1597 or
352-315-9010

CHAIR, white wicker
excel. cond.
w/magazine & cup
holder. $65. 352-
406-4316

DRYER GE Heavy duty
good cond. Asking
$75. Please call
352-728-2534

DRYER, Kenmore Elite
front loading, super
capacity plus. $375.
352-217-4809

DRYER, Kenmore,.
Excellent shape.
Asking $68. Please
call 352-728-5506

FREEZER Kenmore 10,
upright, excel, cond.
Asking $100 obo.-
352-821-2234

FREEZER Kenmore,
upright,' 46" tall,
Works fine, small
dent. $8W. SOLDIIII!

FREEZER, Danby, white,
small, chest. Runs
good. $100. Call
352-343-4714

MICROWAVE
(Convection)
KitchenAid. Works
great. Asking $75.
352-857-0483





















OVEN (Convection)
KitchenAid, glass top.
Works great. $100.
857-0483

PATIO GRILL,
George Foreman,
elec., hardly used,
$60/obo. 307-9555

RANGE Whirlpool, white,
ceramic top, &
Microwave, $325
Call 352-742-9403

REFRIGERATOR *
GE Mini 3.7cu.ft.,
Excel cond. $90. Call
352-753-8361

REFRIGERATOR
Kenmore, side by
side; 22 cu. ft.
Bisque. Ice & water
in door. Water filter.



2354

REFRIGERATOR/FREEZE
R, Amana, bik, ice in
door, excel, cond.
$75. 352-314-8933

STOVE,
Whirlpool elec.
almond. Asking $75.
SOLD 1ST CALL


STOVE/OVEN Ceramic
top. Like New, White.
$250. Call 352-360-
8380

WASHER & Dryer Asking
$100. Lake
Panasoffkee. Call
352-793-5319

WASHER & DRYER,
older, Maytag,
electric. $75 call
352-217-9292

WASHER Kenmore Elite,
front loading, super
capacity. $475. Call
352-217-4809
P'


005 Appliances

WASHER, Maytag, large
capacity, 3 yrs, old
works great. $.1Q
$$$ SOLD $$$

WASHER, Sear,
Kenmore, heavy duty,
super capacity. $85
352-223-7903

606 Bectronics


BATTERY for
camera.
NB3L.
w/chargers.
324-2559


Canon
Model
(2)
$30.


CAMERA Minolta SLR'
Mint cond. $95. Call
352-735-1854

CAMERAS (4) Kodak
35mm 1 time flash.
$50/all obo. Call
352-589-1372

CAMERAS 35mm (2)
Fuji (1) Nikon incl.
film. $50/all obo. Call
352-589-1372

CELL PHONE Metro PC
Slider, w/car charger.
$100. Value $200
753-9341

CELL .PHONE Sprint
Sanyo SCP 8400,
camera phone. $65.
Call 352-461-6089

COMPUTER GET A NEW
COMPUTER Brand
Name laptops &
Desktops Bad or NO
Credit- No Problem
Smallest weekly
payments avail. It's
Yours NOW 1-800-
640-0656

GAME SYSTEMS Super
orig., 64 NES, Dream
Cast, Saturn. $100.
352-357-2771

GET'A NEW COMPUTER
Brand name laptops
& desktops. Bad or
NO Credit-No
Problem. Smallest
weekly payments
avail. Its yours NOW
800-932-3721

GET A NEW COMPUTER
Brand name laptops
& desktops. Bad or
NO Credit-No
Problem. Smallest
weekly payments
avail. Its yburs NOW
800-804-5010

GET A NEW COMPUTER
Brand name laptops
& desktops. Bad or
NO Credit-No
Problem. Smallest
weekly payments
avail. Its yours NOW
800-804-7475

GPS Garmin C330, 1
yr. old. $80. Call 352-
S589-1479




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PICTURE PHONE Sprint,
PM225. Paid $179.
$40/obo. Good Cond.
455-4872

SPEAKERS (2)
Pansonc, 3' x 1'x 9
1/2". $80 for both.
352-460-0423

SPEAKERS BOSE 301
Series 2, sounds
great! $90/pr 352-
751-7398

SPEAKERS, 10" square;
Audiovox. Works &
looks great. Asking
$15, 352-753-9341

TELEMSION RCA, 26".
Excel Cond. $200. Call
352-728-4584

TELEVISION (2) 27" RCA
AV jacks. Asking $80
for all. Please call
.321-283-7095

TELEVISION 35"
Mitsubishi, black,
good working cond.
$70 Call 352-348-
1221

TELEVISION 27" color,
has RCA jacks. $35.
352-360-1792 or
352-254-0104

TELEVISION 36" HD,
Panasonic, 4 yrs old.
Flat screen-heavy,
excel, cond. $200.
S$$$$LD$$$$$$


Friday, February 6, 2009.


806 Bectronics

TELEVISION 41"
Magnavox. Great
picture! $325. Call
Gary 352-636-5963

TELEVISION Portable, 5"
LCD screen, color,
great cond. $50.
352-455-4872

TELEVISION RCA 25"
w/remote. Good
Cond. $30. 352-
343-6651

TELEVISION Sharp 20"
w/remote. Good
cond. $30. Call 352-
343-6651

TELEVISION, "19, color
w/remote, excel.
cond. $20. Call 352-
343-4439

TELEVISION, 20", great
picture, w/remote.
Asking $30. Please
call 352-314-0411

TELEVISION, 25",
Zenith, color,
w/remote, works
great. $75. 352-
245-0716

TELEVISION, 27",
w/remote, nice
picture: Asking $45.
Please call 352-314-
0411

TELEVISION, 46"
projection, '92,
Sharp, on rollers,
good cond. $100.
753-7795

TELEVISION, 50"HDTV,
like new, Pasasonic
PT50LC14, w/stand.
Asking $600. Please
call 352-446-0331

WINDOWS XP
DESKTOP, works
good. $90. Call 360-
1792 or 254-0104

824 Children's
items

BABY SWING Winnie the
Pooh, Safety 1st.
$40. Call 352-729-
2079

BASSINET Kolcraft,
Tender Vibes,
hooded, white eyelet.
$20. 352-793-1469

BASSINET, Winnie the
Pooh,' mobile with
lights, music &
vibration .$45. 357-
0621

CHANGING TABLE,
Storkcraft Natural
Finish, w/2 shelves.
$60. 352-350-0326

CLOTHES Girls' Infant &
baby, newborn to 3-6
mo. $20/bag. Call
352-729-2079

CLOTHING Boys size 3T.
Good cond. 50+ pcs.
Coogi Rocaware.
$100/all 457-1786

LEAP FROG activity
station & other nice
toys & clothes Sell
all for $50.357-3996

PLAYPEN folds w/bag,
blue, nice cond.
Asking $o.
SOLDIIIIIIIIIII

PORTA CRIB Fisher
Price. $20. Call 352-
589-1479
ROCKING CRADLE wood
19"w x36"I x 36"h
on stand. $45. 352-
255-7623

STROLLER w/top
underneath storage,
blue nice cond. $35.
Call 352-253-9236

TUXEDO Boys w/tail,
size 3T, black. Brand
new. $50. Call 352-
457-1786

625 Building
Supplies/
Materials

CERAMIC TILES 10
boxes, 15sf./box
4.25x4.25, off white.
$98/all! 942-0048


INSULATION (10) 40
sq. ft. rolls. $75/all Call
352-821-0254 '[
LUMBER New, 17 pcs.
2"x6"x18', 24 pcs.
2"x8"x16'. $295
352-303-5207

PAINT Anchor coatings
Mastic Primer 101.
15 gallon. Asking
$50. 352-357-3371

STEEL BUILDINGS All
sizes welcome. Steel
prices are down! Will
help with design.
Additional discounts
available.
www.greylensteel.co
m 1-866-802-8573


025 Building
Supplies/
Materials

WINDOW vinyl tinted for
Florida rm. 34"x68'
Excel. Cond.
$40.352-343-9092

WINDOW vinyl tinted for
Florida rm. 37"x68'
Excel. Cond.
$40.352-343-9092

620 Farm
Equipment

KUBOTA, L245 tractor
w/ 5' mower, disc &
300 gal fuel tank.
$5,000 787-0534

028 Pea
Markets/Auctions

COME and join us at 6ur
annual Mid Florida
Lake indoor Flea
Market. Located in
Leesburg on 44
across from the
concrete plant. Sat.
Feb. 7th 8am to 1
pm:

080 Garage Saes

CLERMONT MOVING
SALE Sat2/7 7 am -
? 15725 Bay Lakes
Trail Lazyboy
recliners, sofa beds,
TV tables, 8 piece.
Dining Rm set,
computer desk,
microwaves, Bassett
TV entertainment
center, Christmas
items & misc

685 Garden

AERATOR, 28" wide,
draw type. $25. 352-
787-1226
LAWN MOWER, Push,
20" & gas weed
eater. Both for $100.
Call 352-348-5843

TRIMMER, EDGER &
HEDGER TRIMMER,
new Worx, w/battery.
$80.728-3572

TRIMMERIEDGER,
string, Weedeater,
elec., Good cond.
$20. 352-742-0894

VIBURIUM BUSHES (6)
7 gallon containers.
Asking $60 for all.
352-324-3254

WEEDEATER
Commercial style, 4
cycle. Works like
new. Only $65, 352-
728-4913

640 Guns

GUN SHOW
Buy-Sell-Trade
Feb. 7th & 8th
Sat. 9-5 & Sun. 9-4
Lake Co. Fair Grounds
Eustis (CR 44A &
CR452)
1 Block West of Hwy
19
Concealed Weapons
Class lam & 2pm
321-777-7455
NORTH AMERICAN
ARMS, 22LR/
22MAG, new in bpx.
$230. 365-2301

SHOT GUN Remington
1100, 410, new
cond. w/box. $700
firm. SOLDI
STAR M43 Firestar,
stainless, new in the
box. $420. Call 352-
365-2301

649 MedIcal

CARRIER, New, for elec.
scooter/chair,
powered alum.
platform, 3501b
capacity, attaches to
hitch. $500. Please
call 352-217-3437

COMMODE stand alone
or fits toilet, or
shower. $35. Please
call 352-753-7835

HEALTH "0" METER,
Physicians scale
org. price $336 now
$100obo 589-5422
NECK/SHOULDER


MASSAGE & FOOT
MASSAGER w/heat.
All $35. 352-753-
7835

POWER CHAIR Lg. Hover
Round w/charger.
Asking $350. 978-
6346 or 978-6342
SCOOTER tnvacare
electric mobile. New!
Easy to transport..
$800. 793-3295

WHEEL CHAIR
folding, wide seat,
foot pads, grips on
wheels & back.
Asking $90. 978-
6346 or 978-6942









Friday, February 6, 2009


CALL CLASSIFIED AT. LAKE 314-3278, SUMTER 748-1955 South Lake Press


860 Computers
& Equip
ADM 3A Lear Slegler
Terminal, 1977 serial
228. $100. 352-
223-8693

ATTEHY BACK-UP,
Model APC 500, 350
Watt, good cond.
$25. 352-568-3348

COMPUTER MONfTOR,
& KEYBOARD never
hook-up to Internet,
$100.314-0518

ICROSOFT WEBCAM,
VX3000. Asking $25.
Please call 352-324-
2559
PRINTER Desk Jet,
new In box. $35. Call
352-343-9168

PRINTER Lazer Brother
Black & White. $35,
Call 352-589-1479
PRINTER, Epson High
Definition R260,
Photo printer, new,
$45,326-5296

861 Articles
Wanted
AVIATION, MllItaty &
Naval Memorabilia,
Medals, books,
badges, letters,
uniforms etc 689-
7679

BICYCLE 3-wheel
Needs repairs or
tires?' OK,
Reasonable, 978-
0346 or 978-6342

RETfREDCOLLIECTOR -
WANTS: Knves,
Swords & Guns, Any
age or condition, Fair
prIces, 751-0090
WILD TURKEY
WHISKEY DECANTERS,
352-343-0614

862 Articles
FoP Sale
AC UNIT, over 10,000
btu, Just AC, no
heat,,$100. Please
call 352-449-9799

ALL Satellite Systems
are not the same,
Programming
starting under $20
per month, HDTV
programming under
$10 per month and
FREE HD and DVR
systems for new
callers, CALL NOWI
1-800-790-4935

AREA RUG,-iihades of
mauve, 5x8, beautiful
Shape, looks new,
$80, 352-043-8084

A ORT TOOLS,
hammers,
screwdriverS ,
wrenches 'to, $35.
352728=44584

1fDFNG full-Sialze, 2
eats of sheets &
comforter kIrt.,
Excel. $100 763-
2764

bLNDS white vertical
(3) 35" wide. Like
new $30, Call 352-
S787-0888

*BLOUSE, new, Karen
Scott, pink, cut work
collar/pockets, small,
S$17,352-357-9663

BOOTS Justin, lace ups
11D, brown, good
cond, $65/obo,
Wildwood 352-748-
2156

BRACELET Semlnole,
Danbury Mint, Never
Worn, $75,
Gorgeous, 365-1437

BREAD MAKER
Braadman, like new
Asking $40,' Please
call 352=408-2075

BRIDAL GOWN White.,
Beautiful, brand newl
SAsking $90, Mt,
Dora, 304-210-3060

BURGLAR ALARM All
attachments, new In
box, Asking $95,
362-793-5741

CAMERErony D1gital,


3,3mp, memory
cards, new case
$50 352-787-8396

OCAW1AVIGATOR, Mib
DIgl Walker,
w/windshield holder,
$76, 352-787-6528

CHAIR MAT for hard
floor from Office
Depot like new 425,
352-787-0888'

-CHANDELIER
Williamsburg, gold
w/6 candles/bulbs &
shades. $46. 352-
205-7617
A,,


062 Articles
For Sale
COATS Leather full &
mid length, black,
shorter purple, $95
all, 407-284-0012

CORN HOLE GAME
2 boxes & 8 corn
hole bags. Asking
$50. 352-508-5374

DECORATIONS Guitars
(3) wall decor, 3
sizes. Wrought Iron.
$90.352-365-1437

DIAPERS Adult, and
more, Ig box of
items. $33 for allil
352-324-3025

DISHES, Pfalpzgraft,
"Remembrance". 75
pc. Asking $100,
(352)330-4149

DON'T FORGET
VALENTINE'S DAYI
save $20 on 12 Long
Stemmed Red roses
& Free Ruby Vase,
Only $39.99. Order
Now, Supply Is
Limited, Only at
www.proflowers.com
/credit or 866-312-
7735

DUMBBELLS, Plastic,
' brass colored 6,6 lbs
each, Nice, $10, Call
352-753-9341

FIREPLACE SURROUND
56' W x 4' H white
good cond, $960~o,
80LDIIIIII
TOLDINeB good
cond, $10, 362-728-
4684
FOLDING TABLES (2)
brand new, 0',
sturdy, w/handles,
$100, 748-9611
FREE DIRECT
4 Room SystemlI
265+ Channels I
Starts $29.99
FREE HBO,
Showtime, Starzl
130 HD.Channelsl
FREE DVR/HD
No etart Up Cotal
Local Intallerel
1-800-973-9044

FREEDIRECTV
4 Room SystmlI
265+ Channels I
Starts $29,99
FREE HBO,
Showtime, Starzl
130 HD Channell
FREE DVR/HD
No start Up Cotal
Local Installerml
1.-00-620-0058

FURNACE Gas Coleman,
mobile home,
48,000 BTU, Newt
$200, 588-1478

HAT, Cowboy, Reslsitol,
size 7, bik, Asking
$46/obo, Wildwood
352 748.21566

HEATER, Kerosun omni
15, 8700 BTU, 8
gallons of fuel. $50
352-365-9803

HEATERS, (Kerosene) 3,
all for $100. Please
call 352-343-1917

JEANS Women's IZOD
boot cut Jeans, size
16 petite, New with
tags. $11. 357-3996

JEWELRY BOX, new,
puzzle, heart shape,
exotic wood, $15,
352-357-9663

KEROSENE HEAi=R
Aladdln, w/new wIck,
$40/obo Call 352-
750-1562 m/g

LEATHER COAT, /4
length, black, size
medium Asking $45,
352-483=3372

LEMON, PONDEROSA
Larger then
grapefruit, Great Fun
Glftli 12 /$12 742-
4870

LUGHT FIXTURE round
21" diameter, NEW
ceiling or wall mount,
$10,352-435-0055

MATTRESS COVER dbl,
size & comforter set
brand new. $100 for
all, 352-259-3522


MEMORY FOAM
THERAPEUTIC
NA8CO VISCO
MATTRESSES
WHOLESALEI T-$299
F.$349 Q-$399 K-
$499 ADJUSTABLES-
$799 FREE DELIVERY
25 YEAR WARRANTY
90 NIGHT TRIAL1-
800-ASLEEP 1-800-
287-5337
WWW,MATTRESSDR,
COM


RUG 5'x7' Caramel &
black, Animal print,
New, $60.365-1661


852 Articles
FoP Sale

MOVING BO)ES, gently
used, all sizes.
Asking $25 for all.
352-787-4919

PAININGS, framed
prints (2) Claude
Monet & (1) van
Gogh $75 735-6927

PICNIC TABLE, 8' x 4'
folding, green. Asking
$50. Please call
352-516-0961

PLANTATION
SHUTTERS, new.
Asking $100 for pair,
Please call 352-613-
2394

REACH over 30 million
homes with one buy.
Advertise In NANI for
only $2795 per
weekly For.
Information,vleIt
www.nanlnetwork.
corn

RECORD ALBUMS
Old Classics, approx,
15, Asking $40 obo,
954-588-5170

RUGBlue w/design,
Room size, Good Cond.
$50, 408-8122

RUGBilue w/deslgn,
Room size, Good Cond,
$75, 408-8122
RUG Ig, for living rm,
Excel Cond, $75, Call
362-367-9306 or
382-466-2224

RUG Sq-uare w/frult
design, med, size,
Good Quality, $75,
352-357-9305

RUG, 92" x 92" Square,
Chocolate brown, low
nap. $50 Call 352-
728-6237

SEWIf MACHINE 2008
Necchi Sew & Serge,
all In one, Has all reg,
stitches, plus sews
seam & trims metal
gears, heavy duty,
factory warranty
unclaimed, Layaway,
Pay off balance,
$178. 352-323-
0058

BEING MACHINE
old, portable, mlnt
cond., case, AskIng
$96 352-793-5741

W I4 MACHINE,
Singer, '20'8
portable, w/case,
Excel, '$85. 435'
0350

SHOW Tickets 3/14
Legally Blonds at Bob
Carr excel, seats 2
for $80,728-8460

SIGN ays 'OPEN",
neon 331/2" X 16i
Aasng $100, Please
call 352-40-0423

sNdVIA SUlf men's
extra.lg, Bib, Jacket &
goggles, $40. 352-
516-7920

SWAG LIGHT, brown
w/flilckering amber
lights. $60, Must
Seel 352-787-3162

TABLE antique pedal
sewing machine
base w/marble top,
$100.735-1570
TABLE LAMPS, (2)
Sculpted, pale peach
base, 28" high, $25
pair, 352-748-0399

TUXEDO Men's, Jacket
& pants sz,, 48-48
long, $300 new, sell
$60,217-4809

TYPEWRIa Electric.,
Fact, Vintage,
$25,/obo, Call 352-
750=18552 meg

VEST Carhartt, fleece
lined construction
vest, size large, $25,
352-253-1106

WORKBENCH
New, sturdy built all
wood, 8' long, $70.
352-343-7201

5866 Muecal


Instruments

GURfAR, Epiphone
Gibson, mint, case,
stand, Asking $350
cbo 352-735-1591

ORGANWalnut Full
keyboard lots of
buttons 88 keys
Excel Cond. $100,
348-5565

PIANO, good lor 1st
time student, Asking
$150/obo, Please
call 352-561-4157
i


890 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
TABLE Conference,
laminated oak,
36'x72', $15/obo,
352-307-9550
876 sports/
Recreation
BICYCLE 18" Huffy girls,
pink/purple Sea Star,
Asking $15. Please
call 352-357-3616

BICYCLE 26" w/balloon
tires, coaster brake.
Great shape $25.
352-483-3029

BICYCLE 3-wheel, large
seat & basket, rebuilt
$100, 978-6346 or
978-6342

BICYCLE EZ Roll, 3-
wheel, w/big seat &
basket. $100. 352-
399-2260

BICYCLE
GT 26" Mountain,
Asking $100, Please
call 954-588-5170

BICYCLE
Mountain/Touring,
multi-speed, $50.
352-978-6346 or
978-6342

BICYCLE Vintage. Good
cond, Asking $100,
Please call 352-504-.
6406

BICYtET ol -ufty
Beach Cruiser, excel,
cond, Women's, $75
352=269-3522

BICYCE, -26", men's
coaster break, extra
wheels & tires, $25,
352-255-4913
BICYCLE, folding, good
cond,.Asking $50,
352-569-4310
BICYCLE, men's Easy
Spirit, 26", good
shape, Asking $30.
352-343-4550
BICYCLES, (2), fold up,
Asking $75 for both,
336=-817-7609

BIKE RACK, holds 3
bikes w/lock, Asking
$30. Please call,
352=750-9693

8OWFLEX TT*adClimber,
with mat, New cost
$1,800 'sell for
$1,000 obo. 352-
688-3905
AMWAI RMi.
Asking $99, Pleae all

IVOMN/SNORKEI 18,I
3pair, new cond, $75
all. 435-030

w/uettIng Health
Ways System 1600,
$20,.748-9811.

ER1ISE MACHINE
956 Air Bike dual
action. Asking $50.
352-735-1454

ERu iE MACHINE
Power Racer, Asking
$50. Please call
352-669-6742

EXERCISE MACHINE,
similar to Bowflex &
exercise bike. $75,
606-571-4224
EXERCISER (Fitness
Flyer), retail $250,
Asking $75, Call
352-753-7713

FISHINGr RODS & REELS
(5), $75 takes all.
Please call 362-323=-
1843

FISHING RODS (2)
w/Shlmano reels,
Like Newl aQie,
SOLDI

0 CART axle wheels,
tires, sprocket chain,
clutch, Asking $45,
352-815-0268

GOLF BALLS Good
cond, & choice, You
pick, $3 per dozen,
Call 352-314-9343

GOLF CLUBS new Jumbo
Graphite woods 3-
PW, Irons & bag,
$60, 735-60927


Ladles, 3 iron-PW, 1,
3, 5, woods/bag, $75
h2245.0716

HEiLMEr, chest guards
& Jersey for dirt
bike, "No Fear," New,
$75,308-6623


Brana New custom
double-arch
table. Must seal
Can deliver.
Call: 352-304-3279


876 Sports/
Recreation


Brand new w/fiber
optic waterfall, cup
holders, therapy
Jets. Can deliver.
$189,5.
Call: 352-394-3279
LEG MAGIC, Like new,
only used a couple of
times. $75 Call 352-
357-0621
UNDER GEIHMAN KNMIi
Asking $99 Please call
352-259-1119
MUSCLE Toner Leg &
Stomach, Cor
Evolution, As seen on
TV. $50. 352-346-
5565

POOL TABLE 8' slat top,
w/ping pong
conversion, all
accessories. $350.
636-5963
RECUMBENT stationary
bike, LIfeStyler, time,
speed, distance,
calories, variable
resistance. Excel,
cond,, rarely used.
801SOLD 1ST DAY
ROAD BIKE SADDLE,
Cannondale Light,
Asking $25, Please
call 362-760-9693

RO/SPINNING REEL
COMBO, new, quality,
Asking $26, Call
(352)728-6685
SU DE, Swimming pool,
8', fiber glaps, needs
cleaning, $30, Call
352-748-2883
STEPPER Nordic Track
MTN 740 w/floor
mat, Like new $400.
352-750-6684 ,

TRAMPOLINE w/safety
net, Extra large.
Asking $,
SOLDIIIIIIIII
WEIGHT BENCH Welder
Pro Style excel, cond,
Asking $50 firm, Call
362-217.0588

885 Tools/
Machinery

BAND SAW, Craftsman,
"12, like new, w/new
extra blades, $75.
352-307-7092

WHAN SAW, :0f
Poulan, gas 14"
(NEW), never used
$100 Call 352-348-
5843
[%e i b6o5 waltl
Ilke new, Asking $850.
[362-787-4967
JACK Hydraulic, 2 to 5
ton Asking $20. 352=-
978-8346 or 362-
978-8342

ADDE, Alum, sliding'
16' total, Asking
$60, 978-6346 or
978-6342
PAINT SPRAYING
OUTFIT New In box.
Gun Regulator &
Hose, $80. 787-
3162

RADIO ARM SAW
Craftsmen, $,
e ,6,-- GCLERMONT
area. SOLDI
SHOP LIGHTS, (2), 48",
hanging, Asking $30
for both. Please call
352-343-0587
TOOLBOX plus tools,
Craftsmen, like new,
Asking $225, Call
352=-5861-4157

701 Dining &
Entertainment
SUNDAY BRUNCH
11:30-2:30
V'o'e Emberom
352-728-8989




800
Real Estate
For Rent



805 Houses
Furnished
LEESBURG 4/2,
$1,200/ me. No


Pets, Smoke Free.,
Call 352-787-6928

808 Houses

Unfurnished

EUSTIS 3/2/2
$950/mo, 1st & last,
Call 362-589-0257


800 Houses

Unfurnished

1,2&3BA
Starting at



ER.om mrriuerd
REALTORS'


$650

352-314-1599

ALTOONA off 445,
20339 Bobcat, 2/1.5
home. $650 + dep,
240-491-6999

CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550, Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details

DONA VISTA 3/1,5
w/garage, corner lot,
$825/mo + dep.
352-669-8281 or
352-434-5756 cell

EUSTIS 2/1 w/2 car
garage, $875/mo,
1st, & last, Section 8
OK 407-489-6192

EUSTIS 3/1 chain link
fence, carport, quiet
area, Families
welcome no pets,
$950/mo + $950
sec. 352-357-2296

EUSTIS 3,/2 A/C, ahining
rm, W/D, garage, big
yard, 1603 S Grove
St, 1,400 tf.
$995/utll not Incl.
Avail to show Feb.
1st for March 1st
move In, 1st,, last
due w/ signed lease.
Sm Pet OK, 561-
542-8681

FRUIT.AND PARK New
4/3 open floor plan,
$1,350/mo, Nice
area 352-314-0303
FRUITLAND PARK
Unique opportunity, 1
ac + property,
w/3/2/2 house &
4,200 sf warehouse
w/office & bathroom,
$1,950/mo both.
357 Walters PI off
*Micro Race Track Rd,
352-750-5793

HOWEY7 l1,T OBsiT
ano fenced yard,
w/water softner,
$750/mo, 324-2275


cottage, new deck
.patio, white picket
fence, wood fire, CHA,
$450/mo Jeff 352-
874-4064
Parent Realty Inc,
LEESBURG 2 houses,
nice, 2/1, J.5,5n/mr,
+ dep, $650/mo +
dep, 352-357-3821

LEESBURG 2/1 w/den,
CHA; fireplace,
$800/mo,
FRUITLAND PARK
3/2/2 on 5 ac. CHA,
fireplace.
$1,175/mo. 352-
787-3009

LEESBURG 3/1
$750/mo, 1st, last &
sec, dep, req'd 352-
636-0192
LEESBURG 3/2/2 CHA,
apple, Great area,
$1,100/mo + sec.
352-787-9436

LEESBURG iassvlle
Park 3/1 CHA, Water
Inel,, fenced yard,
near school,
$750/mo, Call 407=
252-1814

LEESBORG3/2 Galed
Incl cable & lawn
care, 1st + sac,
$1,000, 267 6989

OXFORD- 1/f HIouse,
$400 mo, + util, Call
352-748- 4539 or
352-303-1623

TAVARES 3/2
waterfront, 1.600 st,
fireplace, dock, boat


house, fenced yard.
No Pets, $950/mo +
sec.352-742-4538

TAVARES Be.juiIIul 3/2
Tavares Schools,
private fenced
backyard, 1
entrance, 1 exit
community, Pets OK.
$1,000/mo, 1st &
last. Call 352-483-
6746

TAVARES sm. cute 2/1
Super Cleanl
$700/mo. 1st & sec.
Avail 3/15/09. 352-
343-9281


809 Houses

Unfurnished
UMAT11LLA 3/2 on 2 ac.
on lake, remodeled,
W/D. $850/mo, Call
Fred 352-455-1918

WEIRSDALE Country
Small, unfurnished.
2/1, .yard
maintenance Incl.
$660/mo. I dopoolt.
RENTEDIII

WILDWOOD 3/1 close to
all, fenced back yard.
$675/mo. Call 352-
874-2790
807
Apartments

Unfurnished
EUSTIS PARKVIEW
APTS 1, 2 &3 BR
SPECIAL $425, $525,
$625. Nice, newly
remodeled, new appl,
Water, trash, peat
control Incl, $99 dep,
w/thle ad, 362-357-
5675
LADY LAKE 3 BR 2 BA
All appl. stay, Pool,
gated community,
Only $795/mo Call
Todayl. 753-0722
APARTMENTS
& DUPLEXES
Starting at
$425

El omGrizr
/ REALTORSO


1, 2, & 3 BR
352-314-1599

BLUEBEHHRY HILL I
AptB
SPECIAL
Rent $456/mo,
Pets Accepted.
BpIre Feb, 1 2009
352-787-1199

BUSHNELL GARDENS II
Spacious 1 I& 2
Bedroom Apts,
Rental Rates BegInning
at $550 plus
utIlities, For Rental
Information call
352-793=4838
TDD 800-955-8771
200 Jumper Dr S,
Bldg. D, Bushnell, FL
Mon,-Frl 0am.5pm,
Equal Opportunity



Provider
and Employer
CLRMONT IGroveland
Hwy, 50 1 & 2 BRH
From $550, Units for
gale with low down
352-' -49-2 -0
Details





COME LIVE
WITH US,
YOU'LL
LOVE ITI

Great Location

RENTAL IWI'IRE) ON

In Eust/si
The LONGER
you stay,
The LESSyoupayll

*Great move=In gifts
*1 & 2 Bedroom Units
*All First Floor=
No Stalrel
*Private Entrances &
Patios
'Washer & Dryer
hook up
*Lots of Storage
*Cathadral Ceilings
*On-Slte ProfessilonaL
Management
*Beautiful LandscapIng
and Open Space
WE PAY WATER
& SEWER
Saves you Moneyl
PETS WELCOME


LYN
TERRACE
APARTMENTS
1661 CR19-A
352-357-7332
Mon.-Fri.. Noon-6pm
Sat.-Sun. 1pm-5pm
Appointments
ANYTIME
EUSTIS 1/1 -$600/mo
Incl utlil. $650 Move-
In, (Incl 1st mo rent)
407-617-2508

SLEESBURG 2/1, CIA,
No Pets, $520/mo. +
dep, 362-728-6516


807
Apartments

Unfurnished

LADY LAKE 1 BR 1 BA
All appl. stay. Pool,
gated community.
Only $569/mo Call
Todayl 753-0722

LADY LAKE 2 BR 2 BA
All appl. stay. Pool,
gated community.
Only $684/mo Call
Today 753-0722

LADY LAKE 4 BR 3 BA
All appl. stay, Pool,
gated community.
Only $859/mo Call
Todayl 753-0722




















ac, water ncl


LEESBURG21/711wS
Lone Oak Dr. $550/
mo, Other units avall,
352-434-9785

LEESBURG *2/2 W/D
hook-up, scrn porch.
$675/mo *2/1 W/D
hook-up $575/mo,
.e2/1 no ,hook-up,
$550/mo, No Pets,
Smoke Freel 352-
787-6928

LEESBURS Downtown
area. The Enclave-at
Cauthen Circle, A
new 5B+ community
of 1 BR, 1 BA Luxury
apts. Rents beginning
at *$898/mo call
Cauthen Propertles,
352-250-4289

LEESBURS Efflolency &
1 BR $150 wki $350
Move-In, Incl. Utli,
Boat Slip Avail. 352-
742-3377


SPECIAL let mo,
$297,50, 2/1
$598/mo + $5l5
see, N6o Pet, 3152-
787a-

"L-iJRaSunwood'
Village Start the new
year wIth ul Move-In
Special $100
352-728-1965

MOV-IN OR $200
THRU2/16,1 &2BR
FROM $495 352-229-
6667

MT DORA 1/1 Centrally
located, $520/mo +
$300 sec,. No Pets.
Call 352-735-2071

MT DORA 1/1, ground
floor, walk to
downtown, $550 mo,
Ino W/D, partial utiOO
1st & sac. (407)421-
2311

MTDORA 2 BR Jack &
Jll bae., pool. NICEI
$725/mo, 2 $500
depl 352-4B5-2888

MT. DORA Lg 2/1
Duplx 449 11th
Av e, $7/m No
pets, 407-844-
, 7841


SUN VILLAGE APTS,
Now renting 1 & 2 br.
apts. Equal Housing
Opportunity provided,
Call 352-429-4571
TDD# same as the
office. Groveland

WILDWOOD 1 Bedroom
apts. UtIl Incl, Call
352-399-4350 or
352-748-5688


808
Apartments
Furnished

FRUnmA PARK
Weekly rentals now
avail Twin Palms
Resort Marina, Fully
furn. Incl. all util &
cable, Great FehlngI
352-348-1864 or
352-636-2594
WWW.
twinpalmsresortmarina.co
m
LEESBURG Clean, Nice,
CHA, many extras.
$888/mo Ask about
season discount,
352-787-3063

UMATILLA Lg. Furn
studio for $550. until
incl., Furn.1 BR $575.
Adults, priv parking
No pets. 250-4711

809 Roommate
-Wanted
EUSTIS AREA Furnished
room for rent, $95
wk, + dep, Incl, utll,
352-589-0108 msg

LEESBURG 1 BR, shared
BA, kitchen
privileges, $550/mo
Incl, utlil, 352-702-
,2946

810 Duplexes
EUST18 Nearly New
3/2,5, 2 car garage:
$1,000 me, + dep,
No pets, Bill, 352-
58956823 or 352-
S551-3504

FRUITLA PARK-272 &
3/2 with garage,
$700 and. up, Call
352-787-5540

GROVELAND 2 master
BR w/baths, 1 guest
bath, $850/mo, 407-
402-7336 Bob
LEESBURG 2/1
$625/mo, & 1/1
$525/mo. No Pets
352-504-5407
LEESBURG 2/1 util rm,
W/D hookups, No
pets, $525/mo, +
$500 seOc589=1998
LEESBUR- 2/1,5 wl
storage, near
downtown $650/mo,
+ $500 dep 362-
323-4974 Realtor
LEEiBURG 2/1,6
w/garage, W/D hook-
up, open fir plan,
$750/ mo + sea,
728-5673

garage $876 mo, +
$600 see, Call Mike,
352-223-5300
LEEIBURG 2/1 W/Utll,
room, Vary olean, No
pets, $625/mo,,
$500 Security. 787-
0700
MT.DORA Downtown Lg,
2/2, screen porch, Ig,
yard. W/D hook up,
carport, $760 391-
2421

811 Condos/

Townhouses

1, 2, & 3 BR
Starting at

$695

fREALTORS


352-314-1599
LEESBURG MOVE-IN
SPECIAL 1st mo,
$325, 2/1,6 W/D No
Pets,,3852-7875885

M DORA Mint 2/2.5
w/lake view In park
like setting,
Sunroom, pool,
clubhouse, dock,
$850, 352-223-
0503 *

812 Rooms to
Rent
3 BR 2 BA $342/mol 3
BR 2,5 BA Only
$25/miol 2 BR 1 BA
Only $199/mol (5%
Down 20 Years @


8,5% APR) For
Listings 800-272-
9416

LADY LAKE Clean fum.
3/2 home to share,
Incl, cable, laundry &
all udl, 352-753-
9341

818 Homes
To Share
EUSTIS Rm/Rent: House
forest, pool. Female to
share w/same, $432.
Non Smoking. Leave
msg 352-357-5284


818 Homes
To Share
LADY LAKE near
Villages, Lg, fully fUrn
home. $350- $450.
Available nowl 917-
301-8093

MTb6RA 3 BR, 2
BA custom home,
close In, Your own
bedroom & bath
w/dlrectTV. Pet OK,
prefer female, non-
smoker. $125/wk..
S352-516-1832

818 CommercIal
Property .
CLERMONT Office
Warehouse 2400 sf
with 400 sf
additional space free
only $5.75 per ft
Monthly $1,281,77
call 321-689-5785
or 352 394-5477.
CLERMONT Retail Space
1610 sf, up to 3220
sf, Hwy 50 frontage
free 1st mo rent, and
owner will help with
build out, avall
Immed Contact 321-
689-5785 or 352-
394-5477
LEESBURG Downtown
office Suites Availl,
Hwy, Commercal
Offices & 3,8006F
Qfflce/Showroom/Wa
rehouse, Call
Galbreath Realty
jb2 ?b? .4584

OFFICE AND
WAREHOUSE
SPACE



REALTORS'

AVAILABLE
352-314-1599

81,
Manufactured
Homes



1, 2&3 BR
Starting at,
'$450

l~marl~u
/REALTOR!'

362-314-1599

$4 mo, + $400 Ms
No Pets, 382-7356
2071
ALTOOA3/2Q
$535/mo, + $40099e
No Pats. 352-735-
2071
CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 &'2 BR
From $550, Unite for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details

LUESBUGf Near Mall
in 21+ park2/1 funm.
scm rm, CHA, FREE
Boat slip (3-mo)
Only $625/mo NO
Pets. Option Avail.
352-408-4373
LEESBURG Near Mall,
Clean. quiet park,
1/1, $525/mo, 2 Br


PALM RIDGE MOBIL
VILLAGE Great .
Neighborhood, 1 BloK
Off Hwy, 27 2/2 Mobile
Homes for RENT or
SALE, Clubhouse,
Whirlpool, Heated -
Swimming Pool, ,
ActlvItles and Morel,
COME SEE 5 and
Over Only, $306 PER
MONTH, 352-787-
2408
TAVARES 2/1,5, newly
reconditioned on
Lake Dora, fenced
yard w/boat dock.&
lift, $850 mo. + dep,
No pets/smoking,
Call 863-221-2273

TAVARES 3/2 Double
Wide, Single St.
Lakevlew, fenced
backyard. $850 :+


sec. Call 352-728-
8278
THE HAVEN ON LK
HARRIS 1/1 Partially
furn. $500/mo. No
Pets,. 352-978-
5077
UMATILLA on horse
farm, 3/2, fenced
yard. $700, 3/2 Ig.
scrn deck, W/D,
$800, Owner/Agent.
352-409-2807
WILDWOOD 3/2 double
carport on 5 ac, 44 &
44A. $650/mo.,
727-808-0792










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Friday, February 6, 2009,


900
Real Estate
For Sale


802 Open
Houses
For Sale
LAKE PANASOFFKEE 52
Outlet Dr. Riversedge
MHP, off CR 470 Fri.-
Sat, 8am-? 352-
793-2910
L ESBURG ESTATE
SAYS SEULlI
Open House Sunday,
Feb. 8, 2009, 1 to 5
pm. Trustee for estate
will be on -site. All
offers considered!
2005 Tweed Ct.
(Scottish Highlands)
3/2 home, oversized
2 car garage, sun rm.,
patio. $155K. Drawing
for gold coin from
estate.
www.2005tweedcourt.co
mr. Virtual Tour: Patsy
Shafer: John Roberts
Realty 352-267-4362



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003 Homes
For Sale
3BR 2BA Only $56,0001
Buy Foreclosurel 1-4
Bedroom HomesI
Call for Listings 800-
279-1604

LEESBURG In
Plantation. 55+ gated
community, resident
owned, 2,100 sq. ft., 2
master bedrooms +
den, 2 1/2 baths, 2
1/2 car garage, 2 golf
courses-18 hole,
amenities $85 a mo.,
extras galore. $189K
352-408-0952

MT. DORA 3/2/2 split,
2,370 sf/1650 CHA.
New windows &
kitchen, 2469
Southland Rd.
$154,900. Call 352-
735-1496


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$15,900, $159/mo.
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1001 Mid Homes
For Sale
Al INilON: Brand
new dbl. wide $37,900
Delivered & set up. 0-
Down, land/home

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MOBILE HOME SALES
$650 mo. Repos avail.
352-307-2244
LEESBURG 2/2 furn. in
Adult park, CHA,
appi, $5,500/obo.
Call 352-728-4841


1001 Mid Homes
For Sale
LEESBURG 2/2 In 55+
active park, 12'x60',
addition, scrn rm.,
utility shed, A/C CHA,
new washer, new
fridge. Clean & Good
Cond. $8,000. 352-
787-5241


LEESBURG JUST
REDUCED FROM
$29,900 TO
$19,900 Moving
north, must sell
55+ community fully
fum. 3/2, '83, many
upgrades, 2 sheds,
many extras. Call
352-365-9799

LEESBURG, 2/1, single
Side; furn., nicely
decorated, w/golf
cart, new -washer, 2
large TV's,
2/Craftmatic beds,
microwave, central
air. Asking $7,500.
607-759-8440


1001 Mid Homes
For Sale

LEESBURG Breath taking
riverview while you
watch the boats go
by from your living
rm. & FL rm. 2/2
manufactured home
on the water in this
55+ gated
community. This
home has new
laminate flooring
throughout, a newly
remodeled kitchen,
incl. apple & cabinets,
plus much, much
more! The apple &
A/C have G.E.
warranty. Master
bedroom has a
bonus rm. that can
be used as an office,
exercise or craft rm.
One of the only
gated, marina
communities in the
area. Each home
equipped with
emergency button
w/EMTs on-site 24
hr/day, clubhouse for
concerts, dances
and over 120
monthly activities. All
this for $99K House
reduced from $125K.
All resident owned
Hawthorne. Call Alice
352-315-9476'


1001 Mid Homes
For Sale

TAVARES Singlewide,
furn. 2/1 Low rent
Nice 55+ park, CHA,
W/D, many
amenities. $12,900.
352-343-5646

1002 Mfg
Homes
W/ land
For Sale

FRUITLAND PARK 3/2
doublewide on nice
corner lot, 36745
Shadow Hill Dr. Inside
& out remodeled,
new carpet & apple.
Ready to move In.
$79K. 267-8391

LEESBURG 2/1.5
Great Deall $29.500
Call 352-636-2599
LEESBURG 2/2
doublewide in 55+
park, CHA, fresh'
paint Inside. Variety
of fruit trees,
$46,500. Call 352-
315-1863


1100
Recreation


1101 Boats
BASS TRACKER TX 17'
aluminum 80hp
Mercury, fully loaded,
w/trailer.$4. 00
SOLDIl

PONTOON '02,
Crestliner, 20',. Fish
Model, 90hp
Johnson, tandem
axle trailer. $5,500.
Call 352-787-6692
or 605-351-1419

PONTOON BOAT 24'
Suntracker, 100 hp
Mercury. Nice shape!
Runs Excel. 2 axle
trailer. $3,800/obo.
352-303-3853

PONTOON, Sun Crusier,
24', 50hp Johnson,
w/traller & boat
cover. Excel. cond.
$8,500.315-1705


1101 Boats
PONTOON, Sweetwater,
19 1/2", '06, 50hp.
Yamaha & trailer.
Used very little.
$12,000. 'Call 352-
365-2391 or cell
352-702-1066

1120 Marine
Equip/
Supplies
OPE, 200 feet, 3/41
nylon, line, new. $951
all 352-735-1591 |

1150 RV &
Campers
CAMPER, 90,
Coachman pop-up
(needs work)
$500/trade Call 352-
348-5843
COACHMAN
CHAPARRAL, travel
trailer, '05, w/slideout
29', furn. $144,699.
SOLDI
COACHMAN Cross
country SE '06. 39'.
300hp Cummins
diesel. Allison trans.
12,900 miles.
Orlando magic
colors. 3 slides,
moving satellite,
great kitchen, all the
goodies. $1 1OK.'Call
352-396-1519.


1150 RV &
Campers
JAYCO '00 Eagle, 29.5'
pull behind, ducted
air & bedroom
separate. Asking
$649. SOLDIIIII

SHASTA '69, 16', good
cond. excel, hunting
cabin. $1,800. 352-
561-0362
1200
Transportation

1205 Autos
2000 Honda. Accord
Only $21001 Buy
Police Impounds!
Many makes
Available! For
Listings
800-671-1134
CHEVROLET '96
Lumlna, 116K, loaded,
excellent condltlonill
Asking $2,200.
Call 352-446-7900

CHEVROLETCorvette
2003 run and looks
brand' new. only
3700 miles Loaded
two tops heads up
display 50th
anniversary edition
Only $29,500. Call
352-394-5477 or
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CALL CLASSIFIED AT: LAKE 314-3278, SUMTER 748-1955 South Lake Preps


1205 Autos
CHRYSLER PT Cruiser
'05, purple, 42K mi.
Full power. Like New.
$6,900. Call 407-
, 595-7814

CORVETTE 85' white
. w/blk interior,
automatic, runs
good. $3,999. 449-
9799

DONATE A CAR Today to
Help Children And
Their Families
Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing.
STax Deductible.
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Fund of America, Inc.
www.ccfoa.org
'1-800-469-8593
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CHILDREN FIGHTING
DIABETES. Fast, Free
Towing. Call 7
days/week. Non-
runners OK. Tax
Deductible. Call
Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation
S1-800-578-0408
KA '02, SEDONA
Good cond. Asking
$1,000. Please call
352-358-4584
UNCOLN TOWN CAR
'98 Best for less.
Make me prove it
$4,985. Please call .
352-406-6422
LINCOLN, Town car, '97,
. 84K miles, like new.
- Asking $5,500 Call
- 352-742-9923
,TOYOTA '00 Echo, 2/dr.,
runs great, excel. gas
mileage. $4|Q6.
SOLD


1205 Autos
MAZDA 626, '93, V6, 24
valve, all power, AC,
leather, custom
wheels, new paint,
excel. cond. 149k mi.
Asking $1500. Call
352-217-3437

NISSAN Stanza '91, 4
cylinder, auto, great
MPG, vary reliable,
new tires, recent
tune up, 76K original
miles. Distress sale.
$1800 obo 352-
978-5649 or 352-
343-5704

OLDSMOBILE, Regency,
'95, 4 door, V-6
leather, A/C, PW.
Looks & runs good
Only 67K miles.
$3950 350-1054

POLICE IMPOUNDS!
$500 Hondas/ Chevys/
Jeeps & More!
Cars from $500!
For Listings
800-'773-2204


1206 Aviation

1275 Golf
Carts
BATTERY BOYS INC.
48v set, $599.95
36v set $509.95
Installed at your home
352-321-9331
CLUB CAR '93, 36V, '06
batteries lights,
windshield,
enclosure. $1,500.
352-315-0999

CUJB CAR BODY
1-rear section.
Asking $40. Please
call 352-357-7652.

E-Z-GO 4 passenger,
high speed, loaded,
super clean. $1,950.
352-323-1632

GOLF CART BATTERY
CHARGER used, 36
volt. Asking $100.
Call 352-253-4775

GOLF CART E-Z GO
36 volt, new batteries
w/warranty, curtains,
good rubber &
charger. $760 cash.
SOLDIIIIII
GOLF CART PARTS:
windshield, tires,
rims, hubcaps: $50.
352-357-7652
GOLF CART PARTS:
windshield, tires,
rims, hubcaps. $50.
352-357-7652
GOLF CART TIRES &
RMS Brand new!
$90 for set of 4.
352-323-1632


1275 Golf
Carts
WANTED TO BUY: GOLF
CART Dead or Alive,
336-817-7509 or
352-455-8383

YAMAHA NEW '09. 48V,
4 YR WARRANTY. F
YOU BUY ANYWHERE
ELSE WE BOTH
LOSEI 352-793-
3948 or 813-477-
0050
1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Road King '04. Fully
loaded, extra
chrome. New
upgrades. $12,900.
352-753-8461 eves

MOTOR SCOOTER '87
Honda, Elite, 250cc,
water cooled, low
mileage, excel. cond.
Looks good & runs
good. $1,280. 352-
205-3887

RAMP 7'.6" long, 11"
wide, folds up.
Asking $100. Call
978-6346 or 978-
6342
SADDLE BAGS
Good condition $55
Call 352-357-8877
SADDLE BAGS Gold
Wing, hard, with tall
lights. Asking $60. I
352-365-2301

YAMAHA XT225 '07,
Like New. Great
MPG!. $4,700/obo.
Call 352-391-1982


1214 Mcycle
Repair
SEAT & SET OF PIPES,
Harley Davidson.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-551-8798
1230 Vans
FORD Aerostar '95,
auto, 4 cyl., cold A/C.
$1,800/obo. 352-
348-5843
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DODGE '97, DAKOTA
Ext Cab V-6, Extra
Clean, Excel. Cond.lIl
$2,900. 446-7900
FORD Explorer Sport
'00, 2 door, 4.0 liter,
V-6, with 5 speed.
Very sharp & clean.
A/C is cold. $2,985.
131K miles. Partial
trade considered.
352-978-5649

1240 Trucks
Ought Duty
CHEVROLET,
SILVERADO 1500
extended cab. '07,
3,000 mi, loaded
$15,000 787-0534

DODGE '03, Dakota STX
4.7, 37K mi., black.
Asking $8,250. 352-
787-6692 or 605-
351-1419

DODGE Ram '94,1,500,
V8, 88K mi. 3/4 ton.
White. $1,199.
449-9799


1240 Trucks
ULght Duty




RANGER XLT
111K ml., 1 owner.
Excellent CondltlonI
Asking $2,400.
Call 352-406-1167
i .SAN t-ronuer, u4,
extra cab, 1 owner,
212k mi. MUST SEE.
$4950.449-9799
1247 Trailers
TOW-DOLLY, '07,
Master Tow, 80HDT,
new cond. Elec.,
Brakes, spare tire.
Sacrifice $86O.
SOLDIIIIIII,
imAtM enclosea u/,
6'x10' custom with
A/C/heat, V-nose,
one of a kind.
$2,950 Call 352-
408-8452
1250 Antique
Cars
B swap Lars orrli
Show 16th annual
Sumter Swap Meets,
Sumter Cnty.
Fairgrounds.
Bushnell, FL. Feb.
13,14 & 15, 2009.
1-800-438-8559
1284 Auto
Parts

Accessory
W3buHlt:LU I (1) uz
Altima (1) '98
Concorde $60/all.
352-787-5819


1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
CADILLAC V-8 head,
valve job done.
Warehoused 25 yrs.
$100. 324-2173

CHEVROLET '38 starter,
distributor generator,
carburetor. $100/all
352-343-6542
CHEVROLET DANA
REAR END, 8 lug, 14
bolt rear cover. $100.
357-3616
ENGINE & Transmission
Chevy 1938 $100/all I
343-6542 .
RFTH WHEEL HITCH for
pick-up beds. $200.
978-6346 or 978-
6342

HITCH, Roadmaster, for
Motor Home to pull a
car. Asking $100.'
336-817-7509
PICK-UP TOPPER
6', sliding windows,
black. Asking $225.
352-391-3786
RIMS, 4 custom Primax
wheels w/21535zr18
Nitto Gen tires rims
fit Honda/Acura
$500, 978-5649
RIMS, from Hummer
almost brand new,
also. fits 8 lug Chevy
$4.0-SOLD
SPARK PLUG WIRES
MSD 8.5 mm. New in
box. Paid $101. $70
'352-751-7398


1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
STEP BARS Westin for
'00 Ford Crew Cab
truck $100/both. Call
352-821-0254

TAIL LIGHT for Chevy
S10, fits '98-'02.
Asking $25. Call
352-314-3073
TIRES (2)
New, P22570R14's.
Asking $100. Call
352-324-3254
TIRES (2), Kumho
1955016, half the
tread left. $40 obo.
352-455-3342
TIRES used (4) Goodyear
P235/65R137. Asking
$, 6 REDUCED $40.
352-255-7623

TOW BAR,
Tow Master. Asking
$80. Please call
352-358-4584
TRANSMISSION, 2
wheel drive, 5 speed,
4.0, Jeep. Asking
$100 308-6623
TRUCK BED COVER
fiberglass fits long
bed Ford 2500 like
new. $100. 223-
8500
TRUCK TOPPER fits
'01 Ford F150. Asking
$99. 352-753-4141
WHEELS &TIRES (5),
Jeep 30x9.50R15LT.
Buckshot Maxxis
Mudder. Less than
2K mi. $500. 352-
787-7584


1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
WHEELS (4) 15", 5 lug
from Mitsubishi.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-735-1570

WHEELS 14" Chevrolet
S10, chrorne &
center caps. $40.
$$$$SOLD$$$$$$


1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
WHEELS, (2) Alum.
Rodeo or Passport,
SUV, 16X7JJ. $40
/obo. 352-787-1922

WINDOW Rear, tinted &
gasket F-150; Bug
shield '06 Explorer.
$60/all 787-5819


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ERA NEIL FISCHER REALTY


Mount Dora pool home

has ample green space


Live close to Mount Dora shopping and lounge by your pool.


This spectacular Mount Dora pool home,
in a' beautiful area is a short walk to shop-
ping!
Imagine the memories you will make in
this spacious 2787 sq ft, 2 story home,
watching the children swim as you relax on
the lanai, enjoying the privacy of the green
space behind you.
The downstairs features a 20x24 living
room for entertaining, large kitchen With
cooking island, double ovens, custom wood
cabinets, and a cozy family room complete
with fireplace. Don't worry about those
stairs the master suite is on the first floor
and is custom designed with his and her
walk in closets, and a large oversized show-


The upstairs bedrooms feature individual
walk in closets, "Jack and Jill" bathroom,
complete with a pull out step in front of
the sinks to give those little people just the
right boost.
You will enjoy many features as this
house is loaded with extras such as a central
vacuum system, three separate AC units,
skylights, storage closets, fully decked stor-
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Also features laminate wood flooring, ter-
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Amazing floor plan in an amazingly pop- The Plantation at Leesburg is an active
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PEP talk

People, Events and Places in Real Estate


Firm celebrates
.with grand
opening in
Leesburg
: LEESBURG Morris
realty and Investments cel-
ebrated their Grand
Opening on Thurs. Jan. 22,
with a large turnout at
their newly renovated
*offices in the Subway Plaza
just West of the Lake
Square Mall in Leesburg.
. Morris Realty opened
Iheir doors with nine
agents and many years of
experience. The entire team


looks forward to providing
integrity, service and
results for the Central
Florida area.
Visit their office anytime
at 10135 U.S. Hwy. 441,
Suite 3, in Leesburg or their
website -
www.morrisrealty.com.
For more information
call 435-4663.


Morris elected
to treasurer
post for GLCAR
LEESBURG Rob Morris,
Realtor and Owner of


Morris
Realty and
Investments
in Leesburg,
is proud to
announce -
that he has
been elect-
ed to the
position of Morris
Treasurer of
the Greater Lake County
Association of Realtors for
the 2009 term.
Morris who also chairs
the Financial Committee,
has been a Realtor since '
2001, specializing in all
aspects of Commercial Real
Estate.


Central Ave. Umatilla, FL Holly Curley

352-669-4500 352-516-0335,


Lennar Homes
offering new
mortgage
program
TAMPA Lennar's
Central Florida Division is
offering a new "Peace of
Mind" Mortgage Protection
Program that will pay up to
$1,800 per month for up to
six months in the event a
new home buyer suffers job
loss due to the economy.
Mark Metheny, President
of the Central Florida
Division of Lennar, which
builds new homes in 32
communities all over
Central Florida including,
Orange and Lake, said
"Lennar's new "Peace of
Mind" Mortgage Protection
Program is available in
select Lennar communi-
ties."
Metheny said Lennar and
the Universal American
Mortgage Company
(UMAC) introduced the
new "Peace of Mind" pro-
gram to provide new home
buyers with continued con-
fidence in their purchase
decision. For more informa-
tion call Lennar Homes at
(888) 317-7489.


Capital group
closes on 17
loans
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS -
Mercantile Commercial
Capital, LLC, the Orlando
area firm that ranks as one
of the nation's leading
providers of U.S. Small
Business Administration
(SBA) 504 loans for small
business owners who want
to acquire or develop their
own facilities, reported it
closed on 43 commercial
loans in 2008 valued at
more than $75 million.
Christopher G. Hum, co-
founder and president of
Mercantile Commercial
Capital, said over all loan
volume was down just
slightly from 2007 levels but
strong growth toward the
end of the year bodes well ,
for 2009 prospects. "We
processed commercial prop-
erty loans in 17 states,
including 17 loans in Florida
during 2008," Hum said.
The firm's largest single
loan for the year, was for
$6.1 million. It financed the
acquisition and redevelop-
ment of a Fort Lauderdale
manufacturing plant. "The
SBA 504 loan program might
rank as the most effective
business stimulus program
offered by any U.S. govern-
ment agency," Hum said.


"Each loan is tied to job cre-
ation, and the overall effect
of the program is to provide
below-market interest rates
that substantially increase
capital availability for small
business growth," he said.
For more information call
(407) 786-5040.


Mortgage
Brokers to host
trade show
ORLANDO The Florida
Association of Mortgage
Brokers (FAMB), Central
Florida, Space Coast, and
Volusia Chapters will host
the Tri-Chapter Trade Show,
3-7 p.m., Thurs., Feb. 26 at
The World Center Marriott
Resort, 8701 World Center
Drive in Orlando.
This event provides a great
opportunity to network and
expand business partner-
ships with other's who work
in the mortgage industry.
This year's FAMB Tri-Chapter
Trade Show theme is "The
New Frontier: Pioneering the
new landscape of lending."
Cost to attend is free to
FAMB members and non-
members. For more informa-
tion contact Billie Jo at 386
738-9633; Dan at 386 788-
5211 or Jean Marie at 321
722-1580, or visit
www.famb.org.


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DISTANCE TO DOWNTOWN SHOPS RESTAURANTS. PARIS & LAFE MInVE IN
READY' 2 WITH SPACOuS OPEN LV RM S DIN RM NEW L l'l-T & NEWER A'PL
PRIVATE PATIO & I CAR-CARPORT BET PRICE IN THE COMMUNITOi ASSOC fEE
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Dorothy
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Presented by
Dorothy C. Menacho
Broker/President
OPENING
NEGOTIATIONS
Current market conditions may lead
some sellers to cling to overblown
home values, and some prospective
buyers may feel they can make low-
ball offers to their hearts' content.
As a result, sellers with emotional
attachments to their homes might
feel insulted by low offers. This is
when a real estate agent experi-
enced in negotiation plays a key
role, as he or she views a lowball bid
as an opportunity. If a seller remains
firm but flexible, it may be that the
first offer can be parlayed into a
second or third. An experienced
agent realizes that there are more
options in a negotiation than simply
rejecting the first offer outright, or
splitting the difference with a coun-
teroffer.
In this volatile market, having a
savvy negotiator on your side is'vital
to getting a good price on a home,
whether you're buying or selling. At
Menacho Realty, Inc., we have years
of experience handling the complex-
ities of negotiations, as well as the
marketing skills and area knowl-
edge that you deserve in an agent.
We also offer property management
services, including full-service man-
agement, placement of tenants, and
seasonal rentals. Call (352) 360-
2660 today or see the professionals
at my office at 1003 E. North Blvd.
Mid-Florida's Reliable Real Estate
Team!
HINT Aside from market
conditions, personal cir-
cumstances (of both the
buyer and sell er) can play
a major role in influencing
a real estate negotiation.
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Robert L. Witte and Diane J.
Witte to Mary M. Kirkland Ind
And Tr and Mary M. Kirkland
Revocable Trust, Lt 6067
Villages Of Lady Lk Un 22,
$180,000.
Baragona Properties Inc. to
Dave Indar, Lts 44, 45 BIk 4
Rosenwald Gardens, $20,000.
Dennis L. Horton Tr to
Cherry Lake Development
LLC, Trs D, E Garden City Sub
Ph 1 D Etc, $93,000.
Jones, Luther C Tr And Life
Est and Luther C Jones Family
Trust to Luther C. Jones, Lt 18
Valencia Terrace, $10.
Jones, Luther C Tr And Life
Est and Luther C Jones Family
Trust, Jeffery Scott Jones, Lt 18
Valencia Terrace, $10.
Luther C Jones Family Trust,
Luther C Jones Tr And Life Est
to Deborah Lynn Bucchino, Lt
18 Valencia Terrace, $10.
Baragona Properties Inc. to
Dave Indar to Pt Lt 13
Edwards Newtown Addition,
$30,000.
John H. Sievers Sr. to Betty
L. Sievers to Lts 25-28 BIk 50
Mt Plymouth, $85,000
Diane J. Fields to Aurora
Loan Svcs LLC, Lt 1 BIk B
Rainbow Ridge, $94,900.
Konian, Mabil Mida and Billy
John Childress to Pulte Home
Corp., Lt 68 Verde Ridge Un 1,
$149,900.
Natasha Burns and Janneta
Wilks to KB Home Orlando
LLC, Lt 327 Southern Fields Ph
III, $171,238.
Kirsty Connor Helton to
Dale Robert Pitts, Lts 7-9 BIk
129 Groveland, $10.
Sharlene Moberly and
Cecil C. Moberly to Betty M.
Moberly, Lt 55 Western Shores


Sub First Addition, $10.
Tammy Sage to Citifinancial
Mtg Co Inc., Lt 6 Somerset
Ests Ph I, $177,200.
Robert Hicks to Lasalle Bank
Na Tr and First Franklin Mtg ;
Loan Trust 2007 Ffi Mtg Loan
Asset Backed, Lt 111
Cherryridge At Ests At Cherry
Lk, $125,000.
Gene Layman Tr, Donna
Barnabe Tr and Donna
Barnabe Revocable Trust to
Byron Faudie, Metes And
Bounds, $39,000.
Spring Ridge Ests LLC to K
Hovnanian Cambridge Homes
LLC, Lts 102, 106, 122 Spring
Ridge Ests, $30,000.
Judith Brown to U S Bank
Na Tr Aurora Loan Svcs Ffmit
2005 Ffh2, Lt 129 Hidden Lks
Ests Ph Three, $143,000.
Charles R. Smith, Charlene
R. Proto and Carol J. Smith to
Charles R. Smith, Lt 13
Highland Lks Ph la, $10.
David W. Smith to Roger D.
Rife, Lt 56 Imperial Mobile
Terrace Third Addition,
$75,000.
Gerald R. Bennett Tr, Kay F.
Bennett Tr and Gerald And Kay
Bennett Revocable Inter Vivos
Trust to Gerald R. Bennett and
Kay F. Bennett, Lt 134 Legacy
Of Leesburg Un 1, $10.
Ramnarine Roopnarine and
Brihaspati Roopnarine to
Deutsche Bank Natl Trust Co
Tr First Franklin Mtg Loan
Trust 2006 Pass Through
Certificates, Lt 157 Skyridge
Vly Ph II, $135,000.
Daniel Mangar and
Kalawatie Mangar to
Secretary Of Veterans Affairs,
Lt 114 Magnolia Park Ph II,
$155,000.


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LOCATION: Bushnell LISTING PRICE: $169,000 SELLING PRICE: $168,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Dale Odom & Mike Lovett, Micki Blackburn Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Jesse Griffin, Micki Blackburn Realty.


LOCATION: Fruitland Park LISTING PRICE: $1,599,990 SELLING PRICE: $1,100,000 LISTING
AGENT & OFFICE: Mary Ann Merritt, Micki Blackburn Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Jesse Griffin, Micki Blackburn Realty.


LOCATION: Montverde LISTING PRICE: $475,000 SELLING PRICE: $442,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Jane Franklin, Dale Odom, Mike Lovett, Micki Blackburn Realty. SELLING AGENT &
OFFICE: Robert Porter, Pyke-Porter Properties, Inc.


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$103,075 SELLING PRICE: $168,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Richard Halligan, Century-21 Faldo designed golf course. LISTING PRICE: $64,900 SELLING PRICE: $60,000 LISTING AGENT &
Arrow Realty SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Steve Misciagno, Watson Realty. OFFICE: Richard Halligan, Century 21 Arrow Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Phillip Monroe, PM
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nday N n 5 CThanks to the arrival of new gas fireplaces, homeowners
now have the freedom to install these heartwarming fix-
tures in any room of the house, including the kitchen and
bath.
Adding a fireplace to your home can increase its value,
provide warmth and ambiance and, in the case of some
SSt [kitchen models, provide an additional cooking source. But
February 21is March 1t selecting the right fireplace for each application requires
some research.
Monday Saturday 10:00am 5:00 pm "The first question you need to ask is, 'Where is the fire-
:0mends direct-vent gasplace going and for what purpose do I want it?'" says Bruce
5d 23 3-7101 0 TheCarlson of Consolidated Kitchens and Fireplaces in Omaha,
Neb., a hearth-industry expert with 30 years of experience.
Do you want your fireplace to provide warmth or just look
pretty? And if you want it to provide warmth, how big (or
small) is the room it will be installed in? "You want a fire-
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RIVERSIDE ESTATE W/CHAIN OF LAKE ACCESS & COM-
MUNITY BOATRAMP. UPSTAIRS HAS 3 BDRMS, DOWN-
STAIRS HAS MASTER BDRM, FAMILY RM, FORMAL DIN &
LIV -RM. EAT-IN KIT PLUS A FIREPLACE IN FAM RM.
WOODED LOT NEEDS SOME TLC, LOWEST PRICED
HOME IN RIVERSIDE ESTATES. GREAT POTENTIAL. WILL
CONSIDER ALL OFFERS. $194,900 ASK FOR CB#597


INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN ASTATULA. 1 BED-
ROOM, 1 BATH 500 SQ.FT MANUFACTURED HOME
WITH ADDITION ON ALMOST AN ACRE OF LAND
COULD POSSIBLY BE FIXED UP FOR A RENTAL OR
REPLACE IT WITH SOMETHING NEW. ADDITIONAL
PARCEL NEXT DOOR WITH A BARN/WORKSHOP ON IT
IS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE. MAKE AN
OFFER! $54,900 ASK FOR CB#616


GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN WESTERN SHORES. 3
BEDROOM 2. BATHROOM 924 SQ.FT. MANUFAC-
TURED HOME HAS EAT IN KITCHEN, SPLIT BED-
ROOMS AND VOLUME CEILINGS. ALSO INCLUDES A
DETACHED WORKSHOP AND A SCREENED PORCH.
$44,900 CB#596


TOTAL REMODELED LEESBURG HOME. 1967 2
BEDROOM 1 BATH 780 SQ.FT. MANUFACTURED
HOME ON 6,751 SOFT. LOT. HAS A UTILITY SHED
AND IS ON A PAVED ROAD. WILL RENT FOR $600 A
MONTH. ONLY $39,900 TO OWN ASK FOR CB#586


MANUFACTURED HOME IN FRUITLAND PARK. 2
BEDROOM, 1.5 BATHROOM HOME FEATURES A
LARGE COVERED BACK PORCH AND LARGE FENCED
BACK YARD. THE HOME HAS NEW CARPET AND
PAINT. SELLER WILL CONSIDER RENTING. PETS
ALLOWED. $44,900 ASK FOR CB#628


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GREAT VACATION HOME ON CHAIN OF LAKES!
CANAL FRON- HOME N CANAL TO LITTLE LAFE
HARRIS. NICE 0C., WITH ELECTRIC ANDO WATER
LARGE SCREENED PORCH 2 CAR CARPORT AND 2
SHEDS. NEW ROOF 2(10)7 NICE NEir'iHBIRHOOD
EASY COMMUTE CLOSE TO TuRNPKE.l 441 AND 19
$72,500 ASK FOR CBRGEi 8


COUNTRY LIVING IN TAVARES. 3 BEDROOM I
BATHROOM HOME ON 43,560 SO FT OF LAND JUST
NEEDS SOME WORK. HOME HAS A SCREENED PATIO.
AN OPEN PORCH, A LARGE UTILITY SHED AN OUT-
DOOR SHOWER AS WELL AS A RANGE AND REFRIG-
ERATOR. THIS HOME IS OUT IN THE COUNTRY WITH
LOTS OF PROPERTY TO ENJOY AND YOUR PETS ARE
WELCOME. ONLY $89,900 ASK FOR CB#629


10 ACRES 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH, 2.641 SO FT. FAM-
ILY ROOM APPLIANCES AND AiC ARE NEW SPLIT
PLAN. SMOVE ALARM FOYER PATIOIPORCH COV-
ERED, FENCED 2 CAR GARAGE;DOOR OPENER
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INVESTOR ALERT IN LADY LAKE. 3 BEDROOM, 2
FULL BATHROOMS AND A BONUS ROOM THAT COULD
BE USED FOR A 4TH BEDROOM OR DEN WITH 2,442
SQ.FT OF LIVING SPACE. THIS HOUSE SITS ON 1 ACRE
OF LAND AND HAS AN IN GROUND, SCREEN
ENCLOSED SWIMMING POOL & A DETACHED WORK-
SHOP. $189,900. ASK FOR CB#622


INVESTOR ALERT IN EUSTIS. THIS HOME FEATURES
3 BEDROOM 1.5 BATHROOM 1,313 SQ.FT HOME HAS
A BONUS ROOM THAT COULD BE USED AS A 4TH
BEDROOM IF NEEDED OR WOULD MAKE NICE COM-
PUTER ROOM, AN EAT-IN KITCHEN AND AN INSIDE
LAUNDRY ROOM. THE BACKYARD IS FENCED AND
HAS A LARGE SHED FOR STORAGE. $99,900 ASK FOR
CB#627


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BELLA COLLINA GATED GOLF COURSE COMM:

GOLF COURSE FRONTAGE ............... $151,900
INTERIOR LOTS .............$142,500 & $148,500

HOWEY IN THE HILLS:

BLOOMFIELD ROAD 22 ACRES THAT CAN
BE SPLIT INTO 5 ACRE PARCELS ..........$227,000
BLUE LAKE SPRINGS ALMOST 4 ACRES .....$129,900


LOTS FOR SALE:

CIRCLE WAY W/POND FOR MOBILE
OR SINGLE FAMILY HOME USE .. .$24,900
LAYTON .................... $34,900
MARIE AVE .................$11,000
TUSKEGEE ST............. ... $18,500
CAMELLIA AVE ............... $16,500
HIGHLAND PARK BLVD .........$28,000


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Lakewood Park ....................... 3/2,1659 SF, canal front.......................... $139,000
Lake Frances Estates ............. huge manuf., needs work, corner lot ..................... .$49,000
EUSTIS
Century Oaks .............. .3/2/2,1300 SF, split plan, stainless appliances ................ $130,000
Century Oaks ................. 3/2/2, 1952 SF, large screened in porch ............... . $135,000
Bright Water Place ........... 6/3/2, 3100 SF, beautiful upgrades, lake access ................ .$285,000
Park Place ................ 4/3/2 pool home, established community, lake access ............. .$230,000
Horizon Oaks....................... 4/2.5/2, 2-story, never lived in .......................$160,000
Belmont Heights ............... 3/2/2, 1676 sq. ft.SF, close to 441 shopping ................. .$145,000
Eustis Heights ............ .. ... . 3/2/1,1502SF, remodeled & updated ................ . .. .$145,000
Black Bear ............ ... . . .4/2/2,*2671 SF, granite kitchen, tile floors .......... . .... ....$179,000
Downtown ......................... 3/2/1, 1163 SF, big corner lot ......................... $89,000
County Road 44 ................. 3/2,1902 SF, on Lake Eustis canal, pool, ...... ..... ....... $205,000
Downtown .......................2/2,1400 SF, Lake Gracie access ....... ...........$84,900
FRUITLAND PARK
King's Cove ......... .... 3/2/2, pool home, 1566 SF, open plan, lake access ............... .$237,000
GRAND ISLAND
Ralntree Harbor ...................... 3/2/2,1472 SF, split plan ......................... $145,000
Grand Island Ridge ............. .4/2/2, 2205 SF, new home, upgrades ............... .. . .$158,000
LEESBURG
Harbor Shores .............. 2/2/2 plus den, 1458 SF, lake access, cute home ............... .$115,000
Lake Square Mall area ............ 3/2/1, 1570 SF, pool, over .5 acre lot ............... ...$135,000
Lake Square Mall area .... ................ 3/1, 1260 SF ............. ............. $95,000
Treadway area ............. .. .3/2/2,1606 SF., close to elementary school .... . .... ... . .. $130,000
Royal Highlands .............. 2/2,1550 SF, on Lake Royal, great community ................ .$122,000
West Leesburg ........................ 3/1, great starter home ...........................$80,000
Silver Lake area .............. 3/2/3, 3068 SF, huge family room w/fireplace ................. .$150,000
MASCOTTE
Cardinal Pines ................... 3/2/2-, 1778 SF, great island kitchen ..................... .$139,000
SORRENTO
Sorrento Springs ...............4/3/2, 2360 SF, gated golfing community .................. .$195,000
Cross Tie ................. 4/3/2, 2454 SF, pool home, bonus room over garage .............. .$340,000
Park At Wolf Branch ..................4/2/2, pool home, corner lot ........... ............$240,000
MOUNT DORA
Stoney Brook ................ .. .4/3/2, open plan, stainless appliances ................. .. .$175,000
Summit Condos ................... 2/2, 1145 SF, awesome lake views .................. .. .$279,000
Golden Heights .................... 3/1.5, 1030 SF, recent roof & A/C .......................$80,000
Gilbert Park area ............. ..2/1, charming bungalow, well maintained ................ . .$219,900
Golden Heights .................3/2/1, pool, hot tub, remodeled kitchen ...................$190,000
APOPKA
Breckenridge .............. 5/3/2, 3142 SF, $70K in upgrades, close to 441/429 .............. .$300,000
VACANT LAND
8.5 acres ................ ..Off Hwy 44, build your home, bring the horses ................. $125,000
Eustis ......................... last lot in Westgate, Lake Eustis access ..................... $99,000
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SARAH WELCH
AND ALICIA ROCKMORE
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Getting organized was
one of the top three New
Year's resolutions in 2001)
for the majority ol people. It
you were one of those han-
kering to get a little bit more
buttoned up this year, but
haven't quite gotten off the
mark, what's holding you
back?
Are you overwhelmed and
wondering where fo start?
Are you too busy? No matter
the excuse, we've put
together a list ot 10 simple
things you can do today,
this week or this month to
get you on your way to a
neater, more organized life.'

Enlist the Troops
If you find you're just too
busy and can't find the time
to get organized, you need
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tion Enlist the help of fam-
ily members or roommates
by using a laminated calen-
dar and dry-erase markers to
list (.oles/errands/tasks for
each person to do each
week. This step alone will
get everyone in your home
more organized and that
makes less "tornado"
cleanup work for you! If you
don't have people to share
the load, consider enlisting
the help of a buddy to get
you motivated, or hiring a
professional to get you start-
ed.

Use the "One-A-
Week" Goal
Focus is a powerful thing.
Pick one, and only one, area
of your home per week to
spend an hour or two reor-
ganizing or cleaning.
Whether it's the pantry,
closet or bathroom drawers,
set the time and date and be


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done. Trying to spend a
whole Saturday doing a
super sweep clean may work
once in a while, but it usual-
ly just leads to an aggravat-
ed and exhausted family
and a frustrated you.

Take a Commercial
Break
Anytime you're watching
TV, take the time during
commercials to tidy up one
room of the house. You will
be amazed at what you can
accomplish.

Start a Family
Agenda
If schedules are hectic,
one central family "appoint-
ment" book where everyone
in the house writes in all
school, work, social, athletic
and other commitments
will eliminate a lot of
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a central spot, the whole
family can get up to speed
quickly without relying on
one person (Mom) to know
everyone's schedule, reduc-
ing chances that someone
will be double-booked by
mistake.

Set up a Mail Center
The mail pile is a problem
area for many people. To
keep yours under control,
set up a mail center in your
foyer, hallway or kitchen.
The most essential part of
your mail station: a stylish
recycling bin for all of that
unsightly junk mail that
makes its way into your
mailbox each day. Try a mail
depot with different com-
partments for each member
of the household, plus a
separate one for 'catalogs
and magazines.

Can the Spam!
If you have e-mail and
you haven't set up your
spam filters, you could save
yourself at least five minutes
a day by eliminating or at
least seriously curbing unso-
licited e-mails that you have
to deal with. You'll not only
save- time by ensuring you
receive only your most
important messages, you'll
reduce the potential of get-
ting a virus.

Start a YUNK Box
Do you have papers that
you are holding on to, not
because 'you need them, but
because you're afraid that if
you throw them out, you
might just need them? If so,
you should start a YUNK
box. YUNK stands for "YoU
Never Know," the perfect
name for those betwixt-and-
between files. Your box can
be a simple cardboard box, a
durable plastic container or
even an accordion file --
whatever works for you. You
may also want to create one
for holding the magazine
pages, brochures and photos


SHNS ILLUSTRATION
No matter the excuse, put together a list of 10 simple things you can
do today, this week, or this month to get you on your way to a neater,
more organized life.


that inspire you or represent
things you want to try or do
someday (such as that
brochure showcasing the
relaxing vacation in the
Caribbean, a wine label or
the picture of a dream
house).

Clear Clutter From
Your Car
Is your car a rolling junk'
bin? Improve the environ-
ment you spend so much
time in by grabbing a trash
bag and sifting through the
clutter, throwing away
garbage or junk. Don't for-
get to check the glove com-
partment and setback
pockets for unnecessary
items. The whole process
shouldn't take more than 10
or 15 minutes.

Organize Family
Paperwork One
Week at a Time
We all know we should
organize our most impor-
tant documents and family
information, but it can seem


like a daunting task. Get a
binder with six tabs and cre-
ate six sections: family
basics, emergency plan,
medical information, insur-
ance, finances and legal.
Take one week at a time to
organize the information
for each area.

Simple File
If you don't have a filing
system, get started with a
simple one. Get 13 hanging
folders with labels and make
space in a portable file box
or cabinet drawer. Label 10
files: Home, Medical,
. Family, School/Work,
Dental, Legal, Credit Card,
Bank, Insurance, Taxes.
Make two miscellaneous,
and one active. Put any-
thing you'll need for the
next week or two in the
Active file so it's easy to get
to.

rhe writers are co-founders of
Buttoned Up, a company dedicat-
ed to helping stressed women
get organized. Send ideas and
questions to yourlife@getbut-
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Well appointed kitchen '
Separate breakfast area
Large master bedroom area
Beautiful view of the pool area from
the lanai
One Car Garage
Pool is just steps away for a relaxing
swim or just lounging
Located near the shores of scenic
Lake Harris
.* Close to Howey=in=the=HII!s
Twol 8 hole Championship golf
courses
Three restaurants & spa on property
Marina near by
Please call today for a private
showing of this exceptional property!


TIM CANTRELL
rcantrel@remix.corn

352-516-9655


Rea ty Centre, Inc.
2812 David Walker Dr.
Eustis, FL 32726


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